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LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



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BOOK ONE 
THE STUDENT 



BOOK TWO 
THE UNIVERSITY 



DAN BARNES 
Editor 



"Where are you goin' with nylons and all 
to see all the bears in the zoo or play ball?" 

"I'm goin' to college and not to the zoo 
and I won't come back till I'm better 'n you." 





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Halls of brick and towers of stone 
what is in this place? 
Bearded men who know the truth 
will meet us face to face 

Crowds and mobs mill all around 
faces all the same 
We will sift them like the wheat 
and they will know our names 




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Here are girls as ripe as plums 
and luscious boys with bangs 
the fruit decides itself among 
the orange orangutans 

Gold, and everlasting dawn; 

Ivory and lace; 

God, and some poor stranger's 

love 

all are in this place. 




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Well old man 

spill it out 

what's it really all about 

why should you 

why should I 

build on nothings till we die 

stack our hopes up to the sky 

love our girlfriends' mothers 

WHY? 



"A-prlori propositions have, 
of existential value, 
somewhat 

according to Husseman." 



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Codger codger 

give the word 

what's this transcendental bird 

does it thinl< 

can it love 

is it really like a dove 

is it here or up above 

will it give my soul that shove? 

"Denis Diderot, on the other hand, 

died 

from eating too many stewed cherries." 



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Fuzzy fellow 

tell the truth 

since we came here from Duluth 

we ain't seen 

we ain't been told 

where to find the pot of gold 

all we've heard's been dead and cold 

tell the truth: have we been sold? 

"to which Pascal replied 

that he was very fond of the radical arc 

though he had not experienced it." 




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All in a herd we follow the grass 
with our tongues on the ground 
and the wind in our tails 
(Buffalo usually follow the grass) 

Hi there funny thing with eyes 

that mal<es a noise like me 

Can you see the ground with those 

or find the nearest tree? 

I can see the sky with mine 

and I can bellow too 

In fact, I'm not a buffalo 

that's odd! neither are you? 

golly, funny thing with eyes 

Let's organize! 

All in a herd they follow the grass 
with their tongues on the ground 
they follow my Yes 
(buffalo follow me follow the grass) 



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Little girl with the foot-high hair 
atop your head 
(and it's mostly air) 
you smell of Sen-sen 
and 1 could care 
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^^^ »1he chairman's daughter from U. S. Steel 

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^■^*^ We won't settle for nothin' less: 
▼♦^•wife who'll fit 
^t^t our new address 
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I've got a ten story building 

(they haven't completed it yet) 

and I've got a penthouse on Michigan Street 

and a dorm named for Father Marquette 

I've rented a flabby old man in a suit 

who knows how the world came to be 

and he comes and explains it for three hours 

each week 
to forty-four others and me 
I have an army of Autumn nights 
and I have a harem of books 
My troops are stretched out between Winter 

and me 
for as far as a Sophomore looks. 



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Summer School 





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Summer School: 
more school than Winter 
take a little thing — 
RatPsych 
(two hours in class) 
your agent intellect 

picks up categories 
for an hour on the el 
four hours winding transformer cores 
typing "My dear sir: 
Re your previous monads . . ." 
half-hour: home 

four more hours of fat Italian monk 
RATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 

(Girls? what's that?) 




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Welcome 
Week 



When the mob 
slows down 
the faces won't 

bluurrr 
she can see my nose 
and I 

can see her 
(however it ought to be) 
For right now 
it's like 
the downtown 

at noon 
but the beanied heads 
will settle down 

soon 
(particular eyes to see) 
There's a man 
quite big 
who seems 

like a rock 
he would shoot your ma 
for 

half of a buck 
(he's a sophomore probably) 
With a jaw 

set firm 
I'll go 

to the cur 
I'll transfix the brute 
I'll say 

"Morning, Sir!" 
(What do you expect of me?) 
When the mob slows down 
she can see my nose 
and that'll be good 
as far as it goes 



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Greek Games 




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See the running Alpha Delt 
See the Pi Alph run 
See the Tau Delt jump and run 
See the Sigma Delt pant 

(See also the watching girlfriends) 
Oh Alpha Delt! Oh Pi Alph! 
Oh Oh Oh!! 
See the TKE 
The TKE is not panting 
The TKE is not sweating 
See the TKE 

The TKE is leering 
Oh Delta Sig! Oh Tau Delt! 
Oh Darn! 




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Founder's 
Day 



To begin 

the fathers built their college 

in a neighborhood 

with the help of a parish fair 

(the city noticed — 

you'll find it in old newspapers — 

and looked forward to being 

"the intellectual heart of the West") 

these founders 

and students and later alumni 

didn't disappoint the city: 

it's been a reciprocal arrangement 

encouragement, leadership exchanged 




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First row: David Kennedy, Foster McGaw, Orlando Wilson, Dr. 
Eric Oldberg, Mrs. Querin Dorsctnel, Very Reverend James F. 
Maguire, S.J., Cliarles Slimming. Second row: Dr. Paul Davidson, 
Edwin Lederer, Honorable Emmett Morrissey, Dr. J. Robert Fitz- 
gerald, Lawrence Marcucci, Timothy Connelly, Margaret Kennedy. 




First row: Nicholas Emanuele, Ludwig Streck, Jeanne Neu, Dean 
F. Virgil Boyd, Raymond Daly, Edward Samples. Second row: 
Robert Rutledge, Richard Mortara, Ronald Sl<lar, Richard Jor- 
dan, James Mirabile. 



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Our first glimpse of tine gods 

and aren't we stunning! 

(mill mill mill) 

it was they who invited us you know 

because of our vital importance to them 

(brrrrrrrr — notice a draft?) 

yes, I shook hands with one 
nothing, really .... 
(mill mill shiver mill) 

Whew! 

tough, this being a god 

give me something to sign or something 





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Homecoming 



A fire's what we've got 

and it l<eeps all the lions and bears and hyenas 

and adults away when we sit by it 

screaming and hollering out in the night 

it's the civilized way 

it's our very own fire and it's probably magic 

so keep at a distance as long as you stay 

because it's our day 





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7966 Miss Loyola Candidates: Chris Glazar, Kathy 
Byrne, Mary Jo Kupst, Carol Breslin, Ellen 
Chamberlain, Sandy Mlinarcil<, Betty Bereznak. 




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Military Ball 



For three hundred thirty cadets 
(and their dates) 
it's not Pow Wow or "V" show 

that tingles the toes 
it's "IVIil Ball" 
the military 
lends a certain elegance and solemnity 

to social events 

the presence of Major Generals 

the Lebanese consul 

the president of the University 
all contribute an atmosphere of significance 
The cadets won't forget it 





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Oliver Gaddini and Mary Hoehl, Frank Malito and Mary Scherer, 
Ken Zych and Ann Solari (Military Ball queen), Norman Nuna- 



nnaker and Janis Meade, John Brennan and Barb Krai. 



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Variety Show 



You be Bette Davis 

I'll be all four Trogs and Lassie 

let's pretend 

(did you know the Bolshoi 

is residing in the Delt house 

let's pretend?) 

I'm just a chorus hoofer 

but some day I'll make it big 

Richard Burton shares my Foetal pig 

Let's pretend 

(it shouldn't end) 
W. C. Fields is 

any Greek who drinks martinis 
let's pretend 
I can sing like Lennon 
and write songs like Leon Trotsky? 
let's pretend? 

You look like Julie Christie 
standing in the shade at night 
(and like Agatha out in the light) 
but let's pretend 

(you still my friend?) 



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You act like Kate Hepburn 

when she's opening a soup can 

but pretend! 

I have all the charm of 

Frank Sinatra when he's sleeping 

but pretend! 

It happens once a year now 

to a bunch of you and me 

Variety Show gives a chance to be 

to our pretend 

(until it ends) 





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Drama 




See the girl 

in the stiff shiny green? 

she's a royal daughter 

or a washroom attendant 
she humms along mornings 
blithe and silly 
glances and bounces along 
you notice the other? 
a worrier 
brooding over some 

discrepancy 
between herself and something 
that someone just ran by 
and yelled out 
calling it "reality" 
then there is me 
actress 
looking very much like 

either one 
of those curious ladies 
and what am I really like? 
Really sir! 

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Water Polo 



Polo on horseback kills the horses 
Polo in water drowns the players 
or seems to, from poolside 

treading, sprinting, lunging through the thick stuff 

that gets thicker and heavier with every play 
body contact of football 

with the protection of a gymnast 
sprint power of a 25-yarder 

with the endurance of a soccer player 
smooth, heavy muscles of a wrestler 

with the grace of a ballet dancer 

leap like a porpoise to bat a small ball 
the length of an Olympic pool 

crashing and charging 
fighting and feigning 
pass and shoot 
swim and sprint 
from goalie to goalie 
back and again 

taking the toll of a horse from a waternaut 





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Swimming 



Ten feet of water 

blue with chlorine 

a team of eyes red with water 

six lanes to labor in 

from start to finish 

starter's gun cannonades off the tiled wall 
the swimmers leap to knife the surface 
the printers splash and churn 
kick and pull 
drive as fast as they can 
not much time 
to get where they're going 
the long distance men's lazy style 

far way to go 
may as well lope with form and style 
an easy grace with regular rhythm 
variation loses time 
and exhaustion steals that rhyme 

the water is to float on 
and gargle 

see through 
and get through 

glide over the top 
and dive to the bottom 

work out every day 

practice the same thing daily 

try hard 

be confident 

don't play games 

that will tie up your muscles 
watch what you eat 
put it on the line 
and shave a second 

or two 

a fraction 
in the next race 




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John Fegan (captain). Seated: Paul Meyer, Greg Gibbs, Herb Moss, Bill Ryan, Ray Hixon, 
Ted Konfederack, Paul Akers. Standing: Jim Radclitfe, Steve Hamilton. Joe Larmon, Rich 
Harper, Glen Nomura, Al Snyder, Bob Straub, Gene Garner. 



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Run circles 
for miles every day 
fast and short, long and slow 
end always where it started 
run! 

lungs ache 
throat gasps 
legs of rubber 
arms of lead 
salty sweat, hot and wet 
then on a day stand for hours 
to wait 

for the few seconds and their tenths 
that make it worthwhile 



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Jerry Hahn, Assistant coach and Jerry Wei- 
land, Coach. 





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Bellarmine School Of Theology 

This is a professional school: 
Bellarmine Scholasticate 
it prepares men to be priests, 
and trains them 

as teachers, missionaires, 
and administrators 
Like Loyola's other professional schools 
it serves the Chicago community 
(and Detroit province as well) 
At first it's a world of its own 

(in a former luxury motel-live in) 
but the scholastics come over 
as candidates for higher degrees 
to the other branches of their university 





REV. ROBERT MURRAY, S.J., Rector 



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REV. JOSEPH DE VAULT, S.J. 
Dean of Theology 



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Dental School 



The school of Dentistry 
orients its four-year program 
toward 

intellectual 

spiritual 

social values 
and professional excellence 

since 1844 
when its predecessor's 
first graduating class 
began public service 
the Loyola School of Dentistry 
has won world and national recognition 




DR. WILLIAM SCHOEN 
Dean 





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Graduate School 




DR. RICHARD MATRE, Dean 



These are the ones 
for whom 

learning itself 
will be a trade 
this means the end of textbooks 

the beginning of contact 
with 

the raw materials of the arts 
the most creative aspects 

of the sciences 
Graduate school 
is a grueling thing 
it means business 




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Home Study 




MARY LOUISE McPARTLIN, 
Director 



No lectures 

just the book and you 

(shades of Abraham Lincoln) 
and thousands of words (yours) 

sent off in an envelope 
to a Michigan Avenue office 

They return 

corrected and graded 

to workers, soliders, invalids 

Loyola comes 
in a big brown envelope 
to those who cannot come to it 

They earn college credit 
more money 

they contact a university 



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Insfitute Of Industrial Relations 



Lately everything 

(education 

government 

social work) 
seems to resemble 
INDUSTRY 

the work of industrial relations- 
helping those who manage 

those who obey 
to come to terms 

becomes ever more necessary 




DR. JULIUS REZLER, Director and MR. TERRY WILKIN, Assistant Director 



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Law School 



Common agreement 
(in form of customs 
and the opinion of our legislators) 
and 

something else 
maybe a respect 
for a higher will and order than 
mere 

(CONSENSUS)! 

these are law 
which looks like a machine 
but is alive and ever-changing 




DR. JOHN HAYES, Dean 




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Medical School 




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Here's the School of Medicine 
a strange place to the rest of us 

the teachers 

outnumber the students two to one 

the medical center 

(34.5 million dollars worth) 
dwarfs the other campuses 
even from a distance 

it works that way 

because it's oriented toward 

one aim 
the training of physicians 
it has been training them 
for half a century 




DR. WILLIAM RICH 

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 



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DR. JOHN SHEEHAN, Dean and Vice- 
President for the Medical Center 



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DR. FREDERICK SELFRIDGE 
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs 



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RESEARCH LABORATORIES. C-II9 
RESEARCH COORDINATOR. C-IRS 



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RADIOISOTOPE RESEARCH SERVICE. C- 1 41 
RADIOISOTOPE SERVICE. G-ISO 




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"Today we are in the midst ot another revolutionary 
and dramatic moment in the history of science — in 
an age of mass socialization, mass building programs, 
mass medical centers, and mass medical research, 
when it is crucial that the mass approach must not dis- 
place the recognition of the intrinsic dignity possessed 
by each individual patient," (Strilch School 0/ Medicine 
BuWetin 1964-1966) 



The Sword Of Loyola 



The sword 
of Ignatius 
Loyola offers 
to Dieter Dengler 
for courage 
dedication 
service 
qualities 
of soldiers 
of educators 
between men 
whose traditions include both 




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Stritch Awards Dinner 




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Nursing 




M. LODGE 



DR. MARY LODGE, Dean 



The new home of Nursing is Daman Hall 

in the midst 
of Philosophy, Bio.; all of the Arts 
and the Sciences which rehearse 

the well rounded Physicist 

Poet, Mechanic, or Nurse 

A four year curriculum (B.S.N.) 

is comprised 
of a hospital training and Public Health 
with the liberal course of work 

which the lady already trained 

takes as a Registered Nurse 




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Rome Center 




Evenings 

Rome has pink and green 

the smell of pine and pasta 
and Loyola 

(not the odour: students 
wandering piazzas 
or indoors 
just as you or I 
cramming for tests) 
eternals campus of the humanities 
Rome 
with the roar of more motor-scooters 
than Rogers Park 

drowned in even louder fountains 
is host to 

the Rome Center 
where the scope of the student life experince 
is broadened to match the education 






Buzzing like locusts 

You swept across tiie sea 

Guzzling champagne lil<e love or rye; 

And with ready winds I welcomed you 

Who devoured 

Cento coins and mille lire bills 

Buying birra Peroni and Canadian Club 

With November's wet winds, I 

Shattered your shuttered windows bitterly, 

And you escaped to Europe's sugar shrines; 

My winter's indifference was temperate 

Because I craved your love. 

Rebounding with starch-filled mouths, 

My Colosseo glowed more 

Like gold than Scotch; 

In San Pietro to those Kodak creatures, 

Blurting enthusiasm from love-filled lips, 

Searching with "Dove?" and "Che cosa e?". 

You wondered 

Where my winds are and what I am. 

Then you skipped across the sea 

Chattering like children; 

Shouting of the rapture of our love, 

And the first taste of rum candy. 




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School Of 
Social Work 



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DR. MATTHEW SCHOENBAUM, Dean 



A large Society demands it: 

Social Work 
the application science — 

a knowledge of human behavior — 
to the physical, mental, emotional 
problems which a large society involves 

Social Work 

is not the subtle art 
of handing out or withholding 
the monthly check 
it is a humanizing science 
learned by thousands from around the world 
At Loyola's School of Social Work 



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University College 



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MR. JOHN DONOHUE, Acting Dean 



MR. JOSEPH BARNEY, Assistant to tlie Dean 



Education for the Working Man 

for teachers, married people 
busy citizens 

Is at University College 
in the spare hours 

of the evenings; weekends, 
men and women 

earn B.S., A.B. degrees 

In Business, Liberal arts and Education 

For Fifty three years 

The University College 
has helped complete 
the education of Chicagoans 



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Mid-year Graduation 



Shed a tear 

for mater's alma 
get out quick 

in time for dinner 
with aunt Katharine 
from Quincy 
"thank you father" 

now you're old 
tremble down the red rug's softness 
cross the stage 

and clutch the sheepskin 
it was done before you knew it 
(pattern broken) 
we are holders of degrees 
from The University 
now it's for us to make them mean 

in a new society 
i/vhich doesn't grade success with letters 
or at all 

after dinner with aunt Katharine 
who came all the way from Quincy 
after Summer, post vacation 
but we'll have to do it 

("Thank you father") 
and we can 





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Resid 



ences 



We're on our own 

our moms are far behind 
the folks we've got 

are not the lovin' kind 
and so we'll trick them 

deaf and dumb and blind 
there'll be a hot time 

in the mess hall 
tonight 

J board knows 

all the rules in all the books 
Proctor's sore 

cause he hasn't got our looks 
down the hall 

there's a prude who thinks we're crooks 
there'll be a hot time 

at the dean's place 
tonight 

One year here 

can help you grow like ten 
One year here 

is like seven in the pen 
But we're glad we're here 

and we'll tell you once again 
there'll be a hot time 

in the mess hall 
tonight 




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Campion Hall 



Where the boys are 

four hundred strong 
institutional life 

(that's getting along 
with the guy down the hall 

who plays drums and a gong) 
is experience none would give 

up or prolong 

does anyone reading this 
still worship Fong? 




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chamberlain Hall 




Girls in a group 

are different from guys 

(in case you don't l<now this 

we're putting you wise) 

tliey organize luaus 

brew tea by the tanl< 

smile sweetly and curtsey 

and trot to the bank . . . 



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It looks 

as if it would house 

stately widows 

bank presidents 

politicians 
or maybe 

Hugh Hefner 
in the 

(not-so-shabby genteel) 
manner to which they are accustomed 

the Gold Coast has been invaded 

each year 

young ladies from Alabama 
Alaska 
Arizona 
Arkansas 
(not to mention Arlington Heights) 
move in next door to society 
(a few blocks from the much- 
avoided poor) 
and create 

in this unlikely atmosphere 
"closeness" 





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Edgewater Beach 



Ladies, we said 
are not quite lil<e men 
at the Edgewater Beach 
you can see this again 
their first year together 
these delicate waifs 
formed a powder puff game 
that made living unsafe . . . 





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Gonzaga Hall 



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Gonzaga hall is something unique: 
a student-run residence 
which does not have 
the prestige of a national fraternity 

behind it 
by doubling as a retreat house 
it helps to earn its l<eep 

Gonzaga has become something of a 
symbol: what the undergraduate can do. 




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St. Joseph's Manor 



Only a couple of blocks from the zoo 
where old men pat the gregarious Gnu 
in case he should bite, there's a hospital too 
at St. Joe's 

There are nurses and girls from both campuses there 
they ride on busses and cut their own hair 
(I can't find my scissors; do you have a spare — 
so it goes) 

Seems like confusion and chaos combined 
but if you look closely, you'll probably find 
they're working together (that's how it's designed 
heaven knows) 
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Stebler Hall 





Pilots of the purple Bonnevilles 
dropping in with tie and tails 
wouldn't recognize our Stebler 
ratting hair and shining nails 
they have seen them in the twilight 
in a dimly lighted hall 
they have seen them smiling back 
they have seen them not-at-all 
we are certain that we know them 
as they really are today 
dignity, a bit self conscious 
fights a natural spark of play 
we have seen them study 

Shakespeare 
till the shaggy hours of dawn 
we have seen them sit and gossip 
on the stairway, by the lawn 
If we dipped into the future 
far as eye of man could see 
we might find them on committees 
pursing lips and drinking tea 
but we don't like that conclusion 
(freedom's most of it's not all) 
so we'll locate our affections 
next to Locks . . . er, Stebler Hall 



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Arts Council 



Arts Council's best 

of the Tri-Council three 
it's artsiest 

(offers you movies to see) 
runs symposia 

you can get into for free 
and will print things for you 

at a nominal fee 

The Arts council's great 
as your council should be 

and I help to run it 
so please vote for me 





First row seated: John Rowan, Joseph Atkinson, John Ryan. Second row seated: Michael 
Beehner, Helen Von Ebers, Charles Thomason, Elizabeth Bereznak, James Brophy, Jack 
Stevenson, William Schroeder. Standing: Joseph Jagiello, Virginia Meares, David Scully, 
Patricia Manelski, Thomas Dolan, Orlee Nicholson, Chris Glazar, Jerry Black, Les Lentino, 
Terri Wojcik, John Forsythe. 



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Terrence Riccio (treasurer), Kim Denkewalter (secretary), Ludwig Streck (president), 
John Sctireiber (vice-president), Karen Johnson, John Nicholas. Edward Walsh, Frank 
Hoban, Robert Jacks, Roger Grabowski. 



With Business School's 
council there's none to 
compare 
It runs mixers 

and helps get you jobs 
(which is rare) 
It invented the booksale 
which treats students 
squarely I run it 
so vote for me 
that's only fair 



Business Counci 



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Nursing Council 



To be in the unified 

Nursing School's shoes 
the other two councils 

would eagerly choose 
its social events 

all the students can use 
and the Freshman tea 

starts all the nurses 
to fuse in a sisterly 

bond 
(vote for me or I'll lose) 











Seated: Terryann Tortorello, Sharon Truedson, Pat Wysocki, Peggy Lescher, Marcella Jordan, 
Andy Zullo, Carole DiLallo, Pat Maloney, Carol Poulsom, Terry Janiga. Standing: Fran 
Harshbarger, Jinni Bach, Karen Johns, Anne Schatteman, Marianne Bette, Victoria 
Stachowicz, Judy Baron, Sue Layfield, Virginia Majcherek, Pat Kauth, Jeanne Neu, 
Christine Cwiklinski, Mary Bigongiari, Eileen Harrington, Gerri Stroka. 



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Tri-Council 



Tri-council's getting something done 

among the colleges 
(Business, Nursing, Arts) 

it does it by trying 
to rise above 

the politics 
of the individual councils 

Tri-council prints the student directory 
runs some events 

when the individual councils permit it 

it will do more, mean more 
it is the chief hope of student government 




Dave Scully (treasurer), Bob Jacks (executive officer), Carol 
Poulsom (executive officer), Jo Anne fvleier (secretary), (Vlike 
Beefiner (executive officer). 




Seated: Carol Poulsom, Terry Janlga, Ginny Majcherek, Jo Anne Meier, 
Mike Beehner, Marilyn Triolo, Sunnie Venclovas, Ralpfi Bawden. Standing: 
Jofin Ryan, Bob Riley, Dave Scully, Roger Grabowski, Bill Hedrich, 
Bob Jacks, Jack Nicholas, Bob Sedivy. 



133 



Remember the evening when nobody came 
to the concert or do you remember 
the name of the Pow Wow week chairman 
and all these dances 
the chances would favor your having 
forgotten the bickering quibbling parochial 
rotten surprisingly adult Activities Board 
which does all the work on our fun 
and the hoards of committees that scurry 
at getting things done for personal reasons 
they'd rather not air which is how 
things are now being done everywhere 




Jack Donahue (chairman), Ed Muldoon (treasurer), Elaine 
Culen (secretary), Ed Hapaniewsl^i (vice-chairman). Max 
Jarmoc (program coordinator). 



Student Activities Board 



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Cad 



ence 





Yvonne Amar, Co-Editor-in-Chief 



Dick Jordan, Co-Editor-in-Chief 



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Cadence 

is the outlet of expression 
(your former girl's poem 
with you in it) 
it constitutes 

the college literary magazine 

printing verse 

short stories 

literary criticism 
some of it good 

some of it expressive 
it fosters talent and feeling 




First row: Dick Jordan, Yvonne Amar. Second row: Chris Jordan, Miss Rita Ciarkson 
(moderator), Margaret Patterson, Arlene Plocinski, Joan Hurley, Bob Goicoechea. 



137 



Detlev Von Pritschyns, Editor-in-Chief 



Loyola 
News 



If it's new or if it's unexpected 
if it's fun, or even if it's true 
you can circulate it in the union 
you can let it out 

Loyola News 

If some club has done a deed of 

goodness 
each committee head must have 

his due 
better get it straight and pull no 

punches 
treat it like a scoop 

Loyola News 

une vendetta, but in moderation 
(scholarship is all you have to lose) 
College journalism's rather trickey 
write between the lines 
Loyola News 

Criticize and scoff at criticism 
paint the enemy in crimson hues 
still, without you this would be a 

desert 
wake us up somehow 

Loyola News 




138 




139 



Don Calibraro, Production Editor 




140 



Bob McGann, Sports Editor 



Ed Erxleben, Copy Editor 







. t 1 

Paul Rundquist, Chris Chatlos, Marge Woods, Joe Sjostrom, typists 



141 



Loyola n 





Ed Trischmann, Assistant Editor 



Dan Barnes, Editor-in-Cfiief 



142 



Here's the yearbook 
in most respects 
a typical undergrad organization 
it strives for beauty 
studies ethics instead 

rushes to get things done 
succeeds less that it would like 
its members make friends 
they learn a little discipline 
secretly think they're special 
and want to see their pictures 

in the yearbook 



Paul Biwer, Photographic Editor 




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Tom Geoffroy, Photographer 



Frank McMahon, Photographer 



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Donna Eichinger, Production Editor 



Joe Durlak, Business Manager; 
Chris Polk 




Mary Carroll 




Lalma Ivanauskas, Lucy Borysenko, Ralph Levitt, Bob 
Rusignuolo, Bonnie Bednarz. 




Carol Kusnierz, Tony Yerkes, Mavourneen Cahill 



Carol Michelini, Tiffany Lynn, Veronica Butler. 








Paul Barrett, Copy Editor 




145 




146 




Rattle rattle 

down the chute and out 

will you look at this dump! 

some palace — 

teeny-boppers swishing around 

old department chairmen 

waddling 

what's in this place? 

none of that stuff we thought 
(gods, gold, slaves, orangutans) 
not even me 

if all those things were never 

here 

why is it lonely now? 



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AHfmo: 





"La de da de da de da de da" 

(the way we used to talk) 
remember that? 
seemed pretty orderly at the time 

kids hoarding toys in a corner 
kids hoarding books for a term paper 
kids hoarding courses for a degree 
quite orderly 
evidence of firmness of purpose 
(doing what one is told) 




A word about our old girlfriend 
(boyfriend): 
THE CITY OF CHICAGO 
(Richard J. Daley, Mayor) 
tore down the building in which she lived 
and built ADLAI STEVENSON EXPRESSWAY 

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 
(Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam) 
cut down the tree she sat under 
and built NOTHING 

(She ran off 
grew a beard 
and married 

a saxophone player) 

this is unfair 



150 




151 




The South building couldn't live without us 

The North building didn't stand a chance 

half the library fell down in despair 

five apartment buildings tumbled 

The Med school moved eight miles 

the juke box broke 

there's nothing left at all 

(except that big white thing 

in the South parking lot and 

the new addition to the library 

and the 19 story dormitory and 

the medical school complex and 

Dumbach Hall) 

We miss this place with nothing in it 



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153 



This place has taught us to think 
(if and in so far as we do) 
it threw us up and out of it 

so we could see how we'd changed 
if we don't like 

all we see in this place 
it's because Loyola University 
(name of this place) 
taught us to think 
(It also made us 
potential Doctors of Medicine 
Dentistry 
Philosophy 
lawyers 
politicians 
businessmen 
figpickers 
which fact 

while true 
is less important 
than other, nameless things) 
we no longer call ourselves 
pre-meds 
or pre-dents 
or English majors 
we're out 

we don't use names besides our own 
and that's good too 




154 





155 







156 



The sixty-seven model girl 
looks however she may 
is sharp as she has to be 
has eyes that see 
a mouth that opens and closes 
and heels that reach 
from the bottom of her shoes 
all the way to the ground 
she's irresistible 




157 




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jifei-.-./'- 



If nobody sees 

and nobody cares 

and God doesn't say a word 

but we still do it 

in spite of everything 
or don't do it 

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 
6525 N. Sheridan Rd. 
Chicago, III., 60626 

is a wild 
gigantic 
smashing 
ecstatic 
SUCCESS 



158 




159 



"Where did you come from all shaggy and spare 
with holes in your stockings and dirt in your hair?" 




160 



LOYGLAN 



There are some 

whose lives are devoted to education 
they teach 
finance 
research 
manage 
plan 
they mal<e education possible 

make education challenging 
they do it 

in the conviction of man's worth 

for love of him 
and from the vision they have 
in all of this 
of God's greatness 
they do it to strengthen 
and improve 
their nation 
their community 
we iil<e to thinl< 
they also worl< 

to give us a place in which to grow up 
this is their book 




LOYOLA UNIVERSITY, CHICAGO ILLINOIS, ...BOOK NUMBER TWO. ..THE UNIVERSITY 



161 





Julia Deal Lewis 



To everyone associated with Loyola University 
tiie name of iVIrs. Frank J. Lewis is familiar 
her charities were innumerable 

her beneficence and counsel 
a mainstay of the university 
the record of her concern 
bridges the lifetimes of many of us 
for man's spiritual, intellectual and social well-being 
we do not have space or words 

to enumerate all she did 
we can only say: this woman lived for others 



162 




163 




VERY REVEREND JAMES F. MAGUIRE, S.J., President 



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



164 






REV. ROBERT 

MULLIGAN, S.J. 

Vice-President and Dean 

of Faculties 



MR. THOMAS HAWKINS 
Vice-President and 
Business Manager 



MR. W. DANIEL 

GONROYD 

Vice-President for 

Development, Public 

Relations and Alumni 

Relations 




DR. JOHN SHEEHAN 

Vice-President for the 

hAedical Center 



165 



Entrusted with the general 
welfare of the University, 
the Board of Jesuit Trustees 
nnust have a wide scope: 
long range planning and 
policy formation are its 
main concerns. The Board, 
under the chairmanship of 
the Very Rev. James F. 
Maguire, S.J., is thus the 
seat of administrative 
authority — the most 
important agency of the 
University. 



Jesuit Trustees 



Seated: Rev. Walter Kroli- 
kowski, S. J., Rev. Robert 
Mulligan, S. J., Very Rev. 
James F. Maguire, S. J., 
Rev. Stewart Dollard, S. J., 
Rev John Mentag, S. J. 
Standing: Rev. Joseph De 
Vault, S. J., Rev. Donald 
Hayes, S. J., Rev. John 
Bieri, S. J., Rev. Joseph 
Small, S. J. Not pictured: 
Rev. Felix Biestek, S. J. 




166 



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



Administrative Counci 




Seated: Rev. Raymond Baumhart, S. J., Rev. Robert 
Mulligan, S. J., Rev. Walter Krolikowski, S. J., Miss 
Mariette LeBlanc, Very Rev. James F. Maguire, S. J., 
Mr. W. Daniel Conroyd, Miss Gladys Kiniery, Miss 
Elizabeth McCann, Mr. Harry McCloskey. Standing: Mr. 
Thomas Hawkins, Mr. Matthew Schoenbaum, Mr. John 
Hayes, Dr. William Schoen, Mr. James Cox Dr. John 
Sheehan, Rev. John Malloy, S. J. 



167 




Mr. Cushman B. 
Bissell 



Dr. James J. 
Callahan 





Mr. W. Roy 
Carney 



Mr. Charles F. 
Clarke, Jr. 



Mr. Walter J. 
Cummlngs 




Hon. Walter J. 
Cummings, Jr. 




Mr. Thomas A. 
Dean 




Mr. John D. 
deButts 




Mr. James A. 
Dooley 




Mr. Querin P. 
Dorschel 





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Mrs. Paul V. 
Galvin 




Mr. Frederick M. 
Gillies 




Mr. George S. 
Halas 



Mr. Matthew J. 
Hickey, Jr. 



i 




Mr, Charles M. 
Hines 



Mr. Patrick H. 
Hoy 



Mr. John B. 
Huarisa 



^ 







Mr. Samuel 
Insull, Jr. 




Mr. Owen 
Barton Jones 



Mr. Robert E. 
Joyce 



Mr. Arthur 
Keating 




Mr. Charles H. 
Kellstadt 



Mr. Charles C. 
Kerwin 




Mr. Sidney R. 
Korshak 



168 



Lay Trustees 




Mr. John F. 
Smith, Jr., 
Chairman 




Mr. Joseph B. 
Lanterman 




Mr. Arthur T. 
Leonard 






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i^- 



Mr. John L. 
McCaffrey 




Mr. Louis W. 

Menk 




Mr. Joseph E. 
Merrion 




Mr. Walter F. 
Mullady 




Mrs, Conrad E. 
Nlehoff 




Mr. John F. 
O'Keefe 



Mr. William J. 
Quinn 



Mr. Vincent D. 
Sill 




Mr. Frederick W. 
Specht 



Mr. Bolton 
Sullivan 





Mr. Richard L. 
Terrell 



Mr. T. M. 
Thompson 




Mr. Reuben 
Thorson 



Mr. Jerome W. 
Van Gorkom 




Mr. Charles S. 
Vrtis 



169 



Women's Board 



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




Mrs. Walter Stuhr.Jr. 
Chairman 



Mrs. Thomas Amberg 
Mrs. Thomas Stanton Armeur 
Mrs. William H, Arnold 
Mrs. Charles A. Bane 
Mrs. B. Edward Bensinger 
Mrs. Robert Lee Berner 
Mrs. Arthur E. Biddle 
Mrs. John M. Bireley 
Mrs. Cushman B. Bissell 
Mrs. John R. Begardus 
Mrs. Louis H. G. Bouscaren 
Mrs. Augustine J. Bowe 
Mrs. William J. Bowe 
Mrs. Harry Boysen 
Mrs. Jerald C. Brauer 
Mrs. John B. Bremmer, Jr. 
Mrs. James G. Brennan 
Mrs. Britton I. Budd 
Mrs. John R, Burdick 
Mrs. James 0. Burke 
Mrs. Thomas B. Burke 
Mrs. Thomas J. Byrne, Jr. 
Mrs, William Jerome Byrnes 
Mrs. Julien J. Gaestecker 
Mrs, James J. Callahan 
Mrs. Charles B. Cannon 
Mrs. 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. 
Mrs. John W. Clarke 
Mrs. Fairfax M. Cone 
Mrs. Timothy J, Connelly 
Mrs, John C, Connery 
Mrs, Thomas J, Coogan 
Mrs. Thomas E. Cooke 
Mrs. James C. Corbett 
Mrs. William A, Cremin 
Mrs. Patrick F. Crowley 
Mrs, Edward A, Cudahy 
Mrs. Walter Cummings, Jr. 
Mrs. John F. Cuneo 
Mrs. Richard J. Daley 
Mrs. Thomas A. Dean 
Mrs, James M, Delaney 
Mrs, Louis A, de Smet 
Mrs, Terrance Dillon 
Mrs. James A. Dooley 
Mrs. William G. Dooley 
Mrs. Querin P. Dorschel 
Mrs. Harry L. Drake 
Mrs. Lyman M. Drake, Jr. 
Mrs. R. Jerome Dunne 
Mrs. Paul F. Elward 
Mrs. John N. Estabrook 
Mrs. John J. Fahey 
Mrs. John V. Farwell, III 



Mrs. George Fiedler 
Mrs. Jerome K, Flaherty 
C, Larkin Flanagan 
Augustine A, Flick, Jr. 
Robert M. Foley 
Mrs. J. Dennis Freund 
Mrs. Charles J. Gallagher 
Mrs. Paul V. Galvin 

Frederick M. Gillies 
Malcolm D. Gilchrist 
Lynne Walker Goldblatt 
Donald M. Graham 
Robert F. Graham 
Joseph E. Guilbault 
Mrs. Henry Hater 
Mrs. Donald H. Haider 
Mrs. Emil D. W, Hauser 
Kenneth B. Hawkins 
Harris Haywood 
Matthew J. Hickey, Jr. 
Chtarles J. Holland 
Dr. Helen Howe 
Mrs. Patrick H. Hoy 
John B. Huarisa 
Neil C. Hurley, Jr. 
Edward J. Hutchens 
Michael L. Igoe 
Samuel Insull, Jr. 
Henry Porter Isham, Jr. 
Christian E, Jarchow 
Owen Barton Jones 
Miss Ann Joyce 
Mrs, Joseph T, Joyce 
Mrs. Robert E, Joyce 
Mrs, Frank L. Kartheiser 
Mrs. Joseph S. Kearney 
Mrs. John A. Kennedy 
Mrs. Otto Kerner 
Mrs. Edward M, Kerwin 
Mrs. Weymouth Kirkland 
Mrs. Sidney R. Korshak 
Mrs. John R. Laadt 
Dr. Ann Lally 
Mrs, Joseph B, Lanterman 
Mrs. William J. Lawlor, Jr. 
Mrs. Eugene M. Lennon 
Mrs. Arthur T. Leonard 
Mrs. James J. Lewis 
Mrs. John R. Lewis 
Mrs. Thomas A. Lewis 
Mrs. Edward C. Logelin 
Mrs. Lenox R. Lohr 
Mrs. John L. McCaffey 
Mrs. McCarty 
Mrs. Edwin B. McConville 
Mrs. Eugene T. McEnery 
Mrs. Charles L, McEvoy 
Mrs, John F, McFeatters 
Mrs, John P, McGoorty, Jr. 
Mrs. Clarence W. Mcintosh 



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Mrs 
Mrs 



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



Mrs 
Mrs 
Mrs 
Mrs 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs, 
Mrs, 
Mrs, 



Mrs, Robert C. McNarma, Jr. 

Mrs. Henry W, Meers 

Mrs. Joseph T. Meyer 

Mrs. Robert J. Migely 

Mrs. John S. Miller 

Mrs. John A. Morrissey 

Mrs. Aldan I. Mullett 

Mrs. John T. Moss 

Mrs. Paul L. Mullaney 

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. Frederick 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 Washbourne 

Mrs. Herbert J. Watt 

Mrs. Harold M. Williams 

Mrs. Lynn A. Williams, Jr. 

Mrs. Austin L. Wyman 

Mrs. Eugene R. Zacher 



170 



Alumni Council 



In an effort to maintain a fruitful 
relationship between the University and 
its graduates, the Alumni Council — 
created only a few years ago — has 
already initiated an Alumni Newsletter 
and a very successful Alumni Day. The 
continued service of loyal alumni is the 
beneficial result. 



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



Sr. 



171 



Norbert F. Armour 
John W. Baird 
Charles A. Bane 
O. D. Bast 
Robert L. Berner 
Otto L. Bettag, M.D. 
John M. Bireley 
Cushman B. Bissell 
Thomas J. Boodell 
Andrew R. Bopp 
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 
W. Roy Carney 
Wallace E. Carroll 
Anthony E. Cascino 
Thomas J. Cavanagh, Jr. 
H. M. Cavanaugh 
Norman L. Cavedo 
Col. 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 

Col. Henry Crown 

Michael Cudahy 

Martin A. Culhane 

Hon. Walter J. Cummings, Jr. 

Henry J. Curran 

A. J. Cusick 

Thomas A. Dean 

John D. DeButts 

Donald Defrees 

Charles W. DeGryse 

William J. Donahoe 

James L. Donnelly 

James F. Donovan 

James A. Dooley 

Richard F, Dooley 

William G. Dooley 

Querin P. Dorschel 

Leo J. Doyle 

Hon. Raymond P. Drymalski 

Thomas F. Duffy 

John J. Dunn, Jr. 

Edward W. Dunne 

Hon. Robert 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 

Edward J. Feulner 

Edward H. Fiedler 

Hon. George Fiedler 

George J. Fitzgerald 

John C. Fitzgerald 

Joseph J. Fitzgerald 

Peter Fitzgerald 

Daniel L. Flaherty 

John J. Flanagan 

Frank Flick 

John J. Foley 

Ray Foley 

Clarence E. Fox 

Zollie S. Frank 



172 



Stephen J. Frawley 
Arthur J. Gallagher 
Charles J. Gallagher 
Adm. William O. Gallery 
James L. Garard 
Lee J. Gary 
Francis J. Gerty, M.D. 
Frank J. Gillespie 
Frederick M. Gillies 
Joshua B. Glasser 
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. Guildbault 
Donald H. Haider 
Charles J. Haines 

George S. Halas 
William J. Halligan, Sr. 
Eugene A. Hamilton, M.D. 
Philip F. Hampson 
Emmett Hanley 
Harry P. Heuer 

Matthew J. Hickey, Jr. 
Matthew J. Hickey III 
Charles M. Hines 

John P. Hoffmann 
Brigadier Gen. Jeremiah 
P. Holland 
Michael Hewlett 
Patrick H. Hoy 
John B. Huarisa 
John J. Hurley 
James T. Igoe, Jr. 
Samuel Insull, r. 
Bruce R. Jagor 
Albert E. Jenner, Jr. 
Clarence B. Jennett 
Edward J. Jennett 
Howard J. Johnson 
Owen Barton Jones 
Murray Joslin 
Walter J. Joy, Jr. 
Robert E. Joyce 



Frank L. Kartheiser 
John S. Kavanaugh 
Joseph S. Kearney 
Arthur Keating 
Joseph W. Kehoe 
Peter M. Kelliher 
Charles H. Kellstadt 
John J. Kelly 
Hayes Kennedy 
John E. Kenney 
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 
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 
Park Livingston 
Edward C. Logelin 
Major Lenox R. Lohr 
Bernard W. Lynch 
Richard V. Lynch 
William J. Lynch 
Jack Mabley 
John Madden 
John Madigan 
Walter J. Madigan 
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. McCormick 
Morgan F. McDonnell 
Charles F. McErlean 
William L. McFetridge 
William J. McGah 
John P. McGoorty, Jr. 
John B. McGuire 
John F. McGuire 
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. Muroy 
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 
John F. 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. Renynolds 
John H. Riley 
G. Gale Roberson 
Burke B. Roche 
Leonard D. Ronin 
Arthur Rubloff 
Anthony J. Rudis 
Morris B. Sachs, Jr. 
George F. Salrerno 
Joseph P. Savage 
John W. Scallan 
John Schmidt 
Dr. William M. School, Jr. 
Gilbert H. Scribner, Jr. 
Barnabas F. Sears 
Thomas W. Sexton 
Martin F. Shanahan 
Edward D. Sheehan 
J. Glenn Shehee 
Joseph D. Shelly, Dr. 
Donald T. Sheridan 
Leo J. Sheridan 
R. Sargent Shriver, Jr. 
Vincent D. Sill 
Jackson W. Smart 
John F. Smith, Jr. 
John M. Smyth, Jr. 
Frederick W. Specht 
Gerald C. Specht 
A. L. Starshak 
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 



Citizen's 
Board 



W. McNeil Kennedy 
Chairman 




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



173 



Businessmen For Loyola University 



Henry W. Angsten, ..jr. 
Gen. William H. Arnold 
James F. Ashenden, Jr. 
Alexander H. Bacci 
Samuel W. Bailey 
George M. Baker 
Frank J. Balasa 
William M. Barr 
James L. Barry 
Charles R. Beauregard 
Edward J. Bennan 
John A. Bernauer 
Hon. Arthur J. Bidwil! 
Chester F. Biel 
John M. Bireley 
Cushman B. Bissell 
George T. Bogert 
Thomas J. Boodell 
F. Virgil Boyd 
Leonard T. Braband 
A. J. Bremner 
James G. Brennan 
James J. Brice 
Thomas B. Burke 
William P. Burke 
C. J. Burny 
Robert E. Burny 
John D. Byrnes 
William E. Cahill 
Joseph E. Calderon 
Frank C. Callahan 
James J. Callahan, M.D. 
Kent Campbell 
Thomas E. Carey 
Raymond N. Carlen 
A. R. Carlson 



W. Roy Carney 

Thomas J. Cavanagh, Jr. 

Norman L. Cavedo 

John H. Chamberlain 

H. Grant Clark, Jr. 

James W. Close 

John F. Coaker, Jr. 

Robert M. Cole 

John E. Colnon 

Stuart Colnon 

Charles A. Comiskey 

Harry H. Comstock 

Timothy J. Connelly 

W. Daniel Conroyd 

Frank W. Considine 

Thomas J. Considine, Jr. 

Francis M. Corby 

Joseph N. Cordell 

Philip H. Cordes 

S. Charles Corte 

Harry Creighton 

William A. Cremin 

Philip R. Crippen, Jr. 

Louis J. Cross 

Donald J. Crowder 

Patrick F. Crowley 

Michael Cudahy 

James J. Cullen 

Walter J. Cummings 

Hon. Walter J. Cummings, Jr. 

A. J. Cusick 

Thomas A. Dean 

James E. Degnan 

Charles W. DeGryse 

Philip A. Delaney 

William P. Devine 

A. J. DeWolf 

Angelo Dicello 



Joseph C. Diffenda! 
Terrence J. Dillon 
William T. Divane 
James L. Donnelly 
James A. Dooley 
Richard F. Dooley 
William G. Dooley 
Guerin P. Dorschel 
J. D. Dougherty 
Leo J. Doyle 
Timothy J. Doyle 
William J. Brennan 
George E. Driscoll 
Hon. Raymond P. Drymalski 
Thomas F. Duffy 
Edward W. Dunne 
James A. Egan 
R. J. Eichner 
Alexander Eulenberg 
John C. Evans, Sr. 
David B. Fallon 
Edwin J. Feulner 
Edward H. Fielder 
Morgan M. Finley 
George J. Fitzgerald 
Joseph J. Fitzgerals 
John J. Flanagan 
John J. Foley 
John O. Foy 
Andrew D. Frain 
Michael B. Frain 
Maurice B. Frank 
Stephen J. Frawley 
J. B. Gable 

Arthur J. Gallagher, Jr. 
Charles J. Gallagher 
Frank A. Gallagher 
Admiral William O. Gallery 



James H. Galligan 
Alfred E. Gallo 
Thomas J. Gaivin 
William J. Garvy 
John J. Gearen 
J. Jay Gerber 
Frederick M. Gillies 
Edward P. Glesson 
Louis Glunz 
John R. Goldrick 
Thomas A. Gonser 
Hubert Gotzes 
Bernard C. Grafft 
Vincent J. Graham 
James F. Griffin,, Jr. 
J. E. Grogen 
George S. Halas 
Louis Glunz 
George Halas, Jr. 
William J. Halligan, Sr. 
R. Emmett Hanley 
Eugene L. Hannon, Jr. 
J. Ira Harris 
Harry W. Haser 
Wayne E. Healy 
James R. Heller 
Thomas J. Hermes 
Matthew J. Hickey, Jr. 
Preston A. Higgins 
William J. Hillmert 
Charles M. Hines 
Gen. Henry H. Hoeffer 
A. H. Hokanson 
Matthew D. Hoy 
Patrick H. Hoy 
John B. Huarisa 
Eugene Humphrey 
John J. Hurley 
James T. Igoe, Jr. 



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Henry Meers 
Chairman 



Joseph Lanterman 
Vice-chairman 



BMLU began in 1955 when a 42-member team 
secured $111,000 and the total results 
have climbed steadily in the intervening 
decade until last year when approximately 
300 Businessmen for Loyola University 
secured gifts totaling $477,120. During the 
decade of BMLU effort, nearly $4,000,000 
has been obtained for the Great Teaching 
Program. 




Samuel Insull, Jr. 
Bruce R. Jagor 
Howard J. Johnson 
W. E. Johnson 
Owen Barton Jones 
Gerald F. Jordan 
Robert E. Joyce 
Thomas J. Kane 
Robert S. Kay 
Joseph S. Kearney 
Arthur Keating 
Joseph W. Kehoe 
Charles H. Kellstadt 
Raymond L. Kelley 
Floyd M. Kenlay 
W. McNeil Kennedy 
John E. Kenney 
Edmund J. Kenny 
Charles C. Kerwin 
Edward M. Kerwin 
John J. KInnare 
Weymouth S. Kirkland 
Lawrence E. Klinger 
Paul R. Klingsporn, Jr. 
Frank P. Knoll 
Milton A. Kolar 
Sidney R. Korshak 
Leonard O. Krez 
Alexander X. Kuhn 
George A. Lane 
Joseph B. Lanterman 
Robert B. Latousek 
John N. Latter 
Elmer F. Layden 
Elmer F. Layden, Jr. 
William R. Leahy 
Morris I. Leibman 



Nathaniel P. Leighton 
Arthur T. Leonard 
Robert P. Leroy 
John R. Lewis 
Thomas A. Lewis 
Robert J. Ley 
C. Ross Littig 
Warren A. Logelin 
Robert D. Luxom 
Hon. William J. Lynch 
William C. MacDonald 
John G. Mack, Jr. 
David S. Mackle 
Eugene S. Mahany 
Neil J. Maloney 
Samuel R. Marotta 
James R. Martin 
Robert W. Martinez 
Howard G. Mayer 
John L. McCaffrey 
Arthur J. McConville 
Edwin B. McConville 
Bernard McDevitt 
Clement J. McDonald 
Henry J. McDonald 
Frank J. McGarr 
John E. McGovern, Jr. 
Patrick J. McGuan 
John B. McGuire 
H. V. McNamara 
Charles L. Mee 
Henry W. Meers 
Edward A. Menke 
Joseph E. Merrion 
William A. Moloney 
Edward J. Morrissey 
Patrick J. Mullady 



Walter F. Mullady 

Walter F. Mullady, Jr. 

Richard E. Murphy, Jr. 

Aldan 1. Mullett 

John A. Naghten 

T. Clifford Noonan 

Robert O'Boyle 

Patrick W. O'Brien 

A. J. O'Callahan 

William T. O'Donnell 

Frank E. O'Dowd 

Paul B. O'Flaherty 

John F. O'Keefe 

William P. O'Keefe 

William F. O'Meara 

Joseph T. O'Rourke 

John E. O'Shaughnessy 

Thomas W. O'Shaughnessy 

Carl E. Overton 

Bernhard Pallasch 

Robert F. Perkaus 
James M. Pigott 

Donald A. Potter 

Howard I. Potter 
James R. Quinn 
William J. Quinn 
James W. Reedy 
Thomas J. Feedy, Jr. 
Ben Regan 
Henry Regnery 
William H. Roberts 
Burke B. Roche 
Burke B. Roche 
Joseph W. Rose 
Edwin A. Rowland 
Anthony J. Rudis 
Cornelius M. Ryan 



Philip J. Ryan 
Joseph M. Savage 
John Schmidt 
Martin F. Shenahan 
Edward T. Sheridan 
Vincent D. Sill 
A. C. Smith 
John F. Smith, Jr. 
John M. Smyth, Jr. 
Gerard C. Specht 
Frederic W. Specht 
Harry T. Spellman 
Clarence L. Steber 
Bolton Sullivan 
John P. Sullivan 
John H. Swan 
Edwin M. Taber 
Henry N. Theisen 
James E. Thompson 
T. M. Thompson 
Reuben Thorson 
Harry J. Trainer, Sr. 
Doran Unschuld 
Frank H. Uriell 
Jerome W. Van Gorkom 
Charles S. Vrtis 
John J. Waldron 
John R. Walsh, Jr. 
D. G. Wetterauer 
Frank M. Whiston 
Jerome Whiston 
Robert Wieczorowski 
Albert J. Wilkins 
Robert L. Will 
Gart A. Winkler 
Eugene R. Zacher 
Michael E. Zacher 



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Cushman B. Bissell, Chairman 



John J. Waldron, Vice-Chairman 



Estate Planning 

The Estate Planning Committee, 
an association of outstanding 
attorneys, trust officers and 
accountants, offers a variety of 
plans designed to benefit the 
University including gifts, trusts, 
scholarships, buildings, professor- 
ships, research projects, and 
cultural activities, all aimed at the 
goal of increasing the quality of 
educaliun at Loyola. 





Alexander Eulenberg 



Clair W. Furlong 



John P. Goedert 






Morris I. Liebman 
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Frank D. Mayer 



John P. McGoorty 




Charles H. Kellstadt 
Chairman 




James E. Coston 




Onthe threshold of a 50 year dream 
— fulfillment of plans for the new 
Loyola Medical Center — the 
University is indebted to volunteer 
members of the Citizens' Council 
who have assisted with long 
range planning for this enterprise. 




Robert W. Galvin 



Charles C. Kerwin 




Medical 

Center 

Council 




Harold Lachman 





John R. Lewis 



Joseph E. Merrlon 



Mrs. C. E. Niehoff 



Michael Notaro 



Leo H. Schoenhofen 







Fred B. Snite 



Frederick W. Specht 



W. Clement Stone 



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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Parker 
General Chairmen 



Mr. and Mrs. 

Raymond Bilodeau 

Secretary 



Mr. and Mrs. William Buhl 
Vice-Chairmen 




Mr. Ellworlh Finnell 
Treasurer 



College can be 

a very large part of life 

for parents as well as students 

Parent Associates of Loyola 

help find the money 

which pays the teachers 
help bring the students they teach 
Student Associates of Loyola 
tell prospective students 
what it's like 
why Loyola is for them 
both groups work 

through personal contact 
to expand and improve an integrated family 



Parents Associates; 
Students Associates 




Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Arendt 



Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Baran 



178 




Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Canning Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dichelman 



Dr. and Mrs. Aural Goglln 




Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hayes 






Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. John Kusnierz Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leuer Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McCarthy 






Mr. and Mrs. Mark McDonaugh Mr. and Mrs. John Niekrasz Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pallasch 




Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pierce 



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Mr. and Mrs. Maxfield Weisbrod 



Dean Of Admissions Office 





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



MR. THOMAS DYBA 
Assistant Dean of Admissions 



180 



Student Counselors 



REV. GEORGE VON KAENEL, S.J. 
Director of Spiritual Activities 



REV. CHARLES KOZANECKI, O.F.M. CONV. 
Student Counselor 





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



REV. JOHN DILLON, S.J. 
Student Counselor 



181 



Dean Of Students Office 



The Students' deans: 
they represent potential 
what students can do 
at the university 
through their government 

for student's rights 
expansion of services 
through organizations 
in social 
cultural 
charity work 

the life the student lives: 
his residence 
fun 

ambitions 
awful discipline 
advice 
good, cautious or both 
all centers in the offices 
of the Students' deans 



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MR. HARRY McCLOSKEY, Dean of Students 



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MARIETTE LE BLANC, Dean of Women 

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MR. RICHARD MADAY, Director of Housing 



MR. JOHN TOSTO, Director of Student Activities 





JOAN STEINBRECHER 
Assistant Dean of Women 



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MR. MICHAEL HAWKINS 
Director of f^ale Personnel 



IRENE KREUSER 
Assistant to ttie Dean of Women 



183 



Administrative Staff 





MR. JAMES McCUE 

Assistant to the 

Director of Development 



MR. WILLIAM MOLONEY 

Director of Development, 

Stritch School of Medicine 



MR. JAMES SASSEN 
Alumni Relations 





MR. THOMAS SANDERS 
Director of Development 



MR. ALVO ALBINI 
Director of Public Relations 



MR. CLAYTON BERRIGEN 

Director of Development, 

Dental School 



184 



Camellia Award 




Camellia 

the prize 

of community improvement 
is the community itself 
beheld and understood 
its recognition 

the Camellia Award 
an honor to the woman 
whose efforts are most significant: 

Mrs. Mary Lasker Block 



185 



Administral-ive 
Deans 



Socrates could walk up and down 
teach young men great things 

and get away from his wife at the same time 
today 
it can't be done 

Someone has to put a roof over Socrates 

make sure he knows what he's talking about 

find a place for all the young men 

keep them away from the young women 

see that Plato and Socrates 
aren't in the same place at the same time 

pay Socrates 

see what the young men have learned 

pass the word along 
it's a hard job 
made no easier by the thought of Socrates 





REV. WALTER KROLIKOWSKI, S. J., Dean 



MR. DION WILHELMI, Assistant Dean 



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REV. HUGH RODMAN, S.J. 
Associate Dean 



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Assistant Dean 




MR. HARRY BLANTON 
Assistant Dean 



187 



Anthropology 



Anthropology studies human society 

in it's least self conscious form 
it glues together old pots 
marks out the ebb and flow of 
cultures 

views modern complexity 
from the vantage 
of primitive simplicity 
and trys to map out a development 
it's a serious business 
with romantic overtones 



REV. FRANCIS GROLLIG, 
Department Chairman 



S.J. 




188 



Biology 




Biology is full of hints: 

it points toward half of medicine 
it suggests an ordered cosmos 
it's terribly mundane 

(and deadly for foetal pigs) 
but Biology 

(the matter of life) 
still fascinates and bewilders 



REV. WALTER PETERS, S.J. 
Department Chairman 



189 



chemistry 




The Chemist's the classic scientist 
liking things for what they are 
He looks at gallons of cobalt 
says: "Cobalt is blue, you know" 
and then you do 
so do the Physicist and the Biologist 



DR. RAYMOND MARIELLA, Department Chairman 

190 



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Classics is 

quite literally 
a world 
it has its own language, 
history, theology, science, 
geography, literature .... 
It has its own dignity 

and sense of order too 
and the study of the classics 
(or so the layman imagines) 
can help us catch a needed glimpse 
of the heroic 




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

191 



Education 




Perhaps it's a matter 

(at bottom) 
of eliciting response 

teachers love, tease, 

threaten, apply 

technique, 

love, plead, discard 

lesson-plans and love 
If the word "education" 
has a 

dull thud to it 
think of it 

as the science of 

getting across 

to the apathetic, 

discouraged and 

ordinary 
Education is nothing short 
of momentous 



DR. JOHN WOZNIAK, Department Chairman 



192 



English 



Sometimes 

English looks pretty pedantic 
(from rules of spelling and 
rules of grammar to the five 
basic uses to spondee: the 
etymology of "What? Ho!") 
English can seem pedantic 
because communication is 
a very subtle matter. In 
trying to capture it completely, 
one can slip into pedantry 
and lose everything. 
But, as the chief joy of life 
most think it's worth the risk 




DR. JOHN GERRIETTS, Department Chairman 



193 



History 




Whenever 

you take something for 

granted 

you're dealing with History 

(Democracy is good for you 

History is bunk 

and so forth) 
History is the study of 

attitudes and habits 
and where they come from 
— Oh yes: and the date 
of the Norman Conquest 
(1492?) 



DR. PAUL LIETZ, Department Chairman 



194 



Math 



Math's more human than it looks: 
it's reason's wild imagination 
(It's also Bach's and Physics' tool 
and Yearbook pagination) but 
don't think of it as a device. 
Math is as real as the mind 
which makes the rules. 




MR. JOHN CONNELLY, Department Chairman 



195 



Military Science 




Men are constantly fighting one 

another 

from their offices 

their typewriters 
their foxholes 
soldiers 
are men honest enough 

to admit what they must do 
fvlilitary Science 
prepares them to teach others 
one of mans sorriest necessities 



LT. COL. DONALD GLUCK, Department Chairman 



196 



Modern Language 



Modern Language teaches 

more than another way of saying 

"I am an American Student" 

(which hardly anyone says these 

days) 

Each language 

has its own logic 

its own spirit 
each offers a different way 
(of thinking about being an 

American Student) 




DR. LOUIS SOLANO, Department Chairman 



197 



Natural Science 




Natural Science 

was the first of tiiose 

sciences of life 

it studied tlie elements 
classified various beasts 
observed the rules of 
heredity 
and aroused curiosity 
about Biology 

Chemistry 
Medicine 





DR. LLOYD ARNOLD, Department Chairman 



198 



Philosophy 



Philosophy is implicit: 
one does not worship or love 
see, touch or smell 

one does not think without it 
to study Philosophy 
is only to stop 

to reflect on the assumptions 




DR. FRANCIS CATANIA, Department Chairman 



199 



Physics 




Physics takes an overview: 

wants to know how corn oil flows 

the specific gravity of alligators 

so it can guess universal laws 

(it is very religious) 

good luck to these men and their escalator 



MR. MARK MINKLER, Acting Chairman 



200 



Political Science 



There are those 
who think of government 
as a rationally constructed machine 
(pour in politicians 

turn the crank 

it goes) 
These people may have given 
Political Science 

its name 
Those who study politics 

know the rules of a government 

are alive 




REV. JOSEPH SMALL, S.J., Department Chairman 



201 



Psychology 




Psychology finds reasons 
for the strangest things 
and does some of them 
it flashes curious words 

in front of undergraduates 
it slices up the brains of rats 
it sits in dark rooms 

watching little points of light 
and every other humanistic 
discipline 

is much the richer for it 



DR. RONALD WALKER, Department Chairman 



202 



Sociology 



Human interaction on a large scale: 
Customs, mores, patterns 
are raw materials 

of Sociology 
Sociology collects them, 
it adds them and analyzes them 
and touches on the fears and hopes 
of the many 
the pressures they place 

on the few 




DR. PAUL MUNDY, Department Chairman 



203 



Speech 




Speech is the art 

with the "feeling tone" 
it stirs emotion in debate 
brings life (and thought) alive 
in drama 
gives full meaning 

to the written word 
Speech is the discipline 
where deceit is hardest 



DR. DONALD STINSON, Department Chairman 



204 



Theology 



God reveals 
Theology explores 
and God reveals 
The processes are fused 
Theology — 
no more static than the universe — 
Theology's an active Queen of 
Knowledge 




REV. FRANCIS FILAS, S.J., Department Chairman 



205 




Honors Program 



For those to whom learning 

will be life and profession 
and for those who move farther 

and faster 
The Honors Program 

is a real necessity 
it gives an added depth to courses 
provides a congenial peer group 
and 
never 
lets life become too easy 



REV. CARL BURLAGE, S.J. 
Director 




Seated: Pat Merwick, Marge Woods. Bill Iburg, Denny McShane, Veronica Butler, Fred 
Stumbaugh, Friar Victor Abegg, O.F.M. Standing: Nick Emanuele, Jack Sobieski, Chris 
Polk, Joe Durlak, Dan Barnes, Kathy Corrigan, Jim Strom, Paul Rink, Mike Kunich. 



206 



Library 



Keeping a library 

requires more tlian a dust rag 

and a l<nowiedge of decimais, 
constant, careful planning 
of expansion, acquisition, building 
and a seemingly limitless talent 

for finding things 
make the librarian 

a known and respected figure 
to all who take their education seriously 



MR. JAMES COX 
Director 





207 



Business Administration 




Business Administration's tools 
are inevitable accounting, 
binding law 
forceful economics 
their intent 

is to make co-operation 
more than another tool 
to tie it to 
the voluntary Christian ethic 



DR. VIRGIL BOYD, Dean 



208 



Accounting 



Accounting 

makes the most gigantic things 

quite manageable 
it translates them 

into common terms 
with it you can 

liquidate your surplus . . . 
(any number of mysterious things) 
from the beginning of modern times 
(the beginning of large-scale trade) 
Accounting had been an essential tool 
of civilization 




DR. ROBERT MEIER, Department Chairman 



209 



Business Law 




Business Law 

defines the common meaning 

of those understandings — 
contracts, securities — 
which form the basis of 
trust 
the element which mal<es 

all commerce 

possible 



DR. JOHN ZVETINA, Department Chairman 



210 



Economics Finance 



Wealth 

(the idea of wealth) 
moves crops 
digs holes 

keeps (almost) everybody 
moving. 
Wealth— 

this energy-in-convenient form 
is the subject of 
Economics-Finance 
Hardly a sedentary study 




DR. THEODOSI MOGILNITSKY, Department Chairman 



211 



Marketing 



The science of Marketing 
(wlien to dig tiie turnips 

and tal<e tliem to town) 
has developed 

into an art 
(tie a blue bow around the turnips 

put them in a plastic sack) 
it seeks out tastes 

and forms them 




MR. DONALD MEYER, Chairman 



212 




Management 



J. J. Astor 

trapping foxes 
happened to be a genius 

Today 
if the man who owns the fox 
doesn't happen to be a genius 
or, more lil<ely, 

if 426,889 men own the fox 
they can hire a manager 
who co-ordinates 
fox-feeder 
fox-breeder 
fox-wrapper 
fox-skinner 
fox-seller 
and fox 
the manager brings skill 

without ownership 
Howard Hughes 

you're obsolete 



DR. RAYMOND MAYER, Chairman 



213 



Greeks 



Spartans eat Milesian generals for snacks 
and Athenians use Thebans as rugs 
but if any Barbarians laugh at the Greeks 
they'll flatten the miserable thugs 

(They are proud of their temples 

whose doors never close, and their wine 

like the dusky Aegean that flows 

never ending around them, 

as everyone knows who's not been there) 

Pallas Athena with eyes flashing gray 
they honor with sacrifice due 
she mingles amongst them in various forms 
(maybe ASA, Kappa, Phi Mu) 






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Fun? 
Listen: 

if it was athletic pushing 

and shoving on a muddy field 

or dark and smokey 

in the gym or in some basement 

if it was bright-lit 

flouncing and flashing 
a Greek probably did it 
Yeah! 
those jokers with the jewelry on their shirts 

(blouses, etc.) 
Work? 
Oh yeah: 

keeping orphans amused 

they've done that 

Helping run our student government 

(I said they worked — not that they were geniuses) 

collecting clothes for the poor 

(you name it: organization, charity . . .) 
a Greek did it 
Really! 

The ones that sit around their own tables in the union 
(houses, street corners) 
The mugs who send their pledges 
to ask you for a dried prune 
They do all kinds of things 
besides giving each other an identity 
Greeks 
Yeah! 

how about that 






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First row: Bob Brennan, Bob McGann, Mike 
Tario, John Kavadas. Second row: John Sawi- 
cki, Steve Emiley, Len Rutkowski, Joe Malee, 
Tom Neglia, Al Kleszynski, Dan Callahan, Domi- 
nic Calibraro, Joe Macaluso. Third row: Nick 
Xanders, Ray Hixon, Tom Wiscarz. 



Alpha 

Delta 

Gamma 



Seated: John Fegan (president), Rev. John Dulin 
(moderator). Bill Grohar (treasurer). Standing: 
Kenne Wadas (sergeant-at-arms), Ross Fasano 
(stevifard), Don Calibraro (parliamentarian). Bill 
McDonnell (rush chairman). Bob Abhalter (his- 
torian), Jim Carey (athletic director), Bob Cer- 
mak (secretary), Brian McKillup (executive 
secretary). 








First row: Detlev Von Pritschyns, Frank Madda, Paul Petit, Bob Trudeau, 
Jerry Urbancik. Second row: Phil Nash, Bill O'Brien, Bill White, Greg 
Furda, Bill Hirschauer, Steve Titra. Jack Meyers. Third row: John Mirro, 
Mike Brand, Chuck Duffy, Bob Oehlberg, Don Yuzeitis. 



216 



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Alpha 
Kappa 
Psi 



David Kalina, William Dolatowski, John Nicholas, Dan Patt, Stan Bart- 
niczak, Paul Blakely, Roger Grabowski, Jim Kosinski, Joe Shrader, Joe 
Del Campo, Bob Rogan, Jim Prebis, Jerry Kulpa, Tony Valvo, Marty Webb. 




Donald Mansell (master of rituals), John Pionke (assistant treasurer), 
John Schreiber (treasurer), James Vahey (secretary), Jim Durkin 
(president). 



217 



Alpha Phi Omega 




First row: Frank Kudia (recording secretary), Robert 
Liskza (president), Charles Chianelli (second vice-pres- 
ident), Ted Lorenc (treasurer). Burton Krain (corres- 
ponding secretary). Second row: Rictiard Kerscher 
(tilstorian), Raymond Graves (first vice-president), Leslie 
Gombus (sergeant-at-arms), Robert GIbula (alumni 
secretary). 




Seated: John Keane, James Dowdle, Joe Burger, Luke Lundmark, 
Joseph Spielman, George Warneck. Standing: Mr. Michael Haw- 
kins, Roger Young, Charles Kuszynski, Mitchell Ciesia, Vincent 
Hilden, John Domke, Richard Wegrzyn, Robert Czerniak, Carl Glatz. 



218 



Delta Sigma Phi 




Kneeling: Fred Restarski, Don Pochopien, Randy Kemmer, Mike 
Flesor, Chuck Janowsky, Stan Zawila. Standing: Frank Schmidt, 
Mike McCann, Al Piskorski, Hugh Carr, Tim Hicklin, Jim Weimar, 
Ken Kinney, Tony DeMonte, John Minarcik. 



Phil DePauw (secretary), Fred Schudel (presi- 
dent), Jerry Zajaczek (sergeant-at-arms), Mike 
Kretch (treasurer). 




219 



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Delta Sigma Pi 




Seafed; Daniel Sliwa, Lawrence Caltagirone, Denis 
Wong, Gerald May. Standing: Gerard Ozark, Eugene 
Guetzow, Paul Muzereus, Brian McCarthy, Thomas 
Kessel, Richard Adamczyk, Sal Danza. 




Seated: Frank Ramljak (senior vice-president), Michael Buschbacher (president), Edward 
Walsh (secretary), James Hynes (junior vice-president), Terrence Walsh (treasurer). 
Standing: Robert Marrella, Bernard Bradley, John Stanitz, Renato Bacci, Peter Quinn, 
Thomas Repel, Vincent Rangel, William Nadey, Earl Nichols, Donald Colby, Joseph Vasile, 
John Lipinski, Dwight Mitchell, Thomas Jacobs. 

220 



Pi Alpha Lambda 



Phil May (president), Mel Thiliens (vice-president), Joe 
Egan (pledge master), Mike Wiese (secretary). 





Seated: Phil May, Jerry Crimmins, Rick Ulbrich, Jerry Frake, Stan Seagren. Standing: Mel 
Thiliens, Mike Wiese, John Reuter, John Garritz, Joe Egan, Bill De Nicolo, Tom Cassidy. 



221 



Phi Kappa Theta 




Seated: Jim Salvator (historian), Joe Hollenkamp (sec- 
retary), Joe Chodorowski (athletic director), Jerry 
Lattyal< (pledge master). Standing: Mike Pisano (treas- 
urer and sergeant of arms), Dick Byrd (vice-president), 
Mike Mokeike (president), John Stopka (vice-president), 
James Horn (I.F.C. delegate). 



First row: Gerald Peterson, Dan Stolarczyk, Chuck Barsano, 
John Granado, Tom Stempien, Glenn Davis. Second row: 
James Horn, Jack Sullivan, Hilary Neybert, Bernard Doyle, 
Neil Sullivan, Marty Geraghty. 




Kneeiing: Wayne Sochacki, Lou Pisano, Len DIgate, Mike 
Meehan. Standing: Glenn Hansen, Rich Pawela, Bill Wirth. 
Ray Kalfas, Kevin Redmond, Don Pluta, Roy Perell. 




222 



Sigma Delta Phi 



Sealed: Joe Thomas (vice-president), Jim Brophy 
(president). Standing: Wayne Prepura (secretary), 
Jim Blascovich (treasurer), John Powers (house 
steward). Tim Zeien (secretary). 





Kneeling: Bob Kirst, A! Juocys, Tony Grella. Jack 

Brophy. Paul Meinardus. Standing: Bill Slover, Mike 

Beehner. Carl Munson. Ed Abromaitis, Darrell Wilk. 
George La Brot. 




First row: Jerry Pisano, Jerry Brennan, Ralph Bawden, 
Phil Kaufmann, Bob Rusignuolo, Frank Cimino, Vince 
Slagel. Second row: Jim Magee, Bob Ross, Bob Di 
Girolano, A! Lubanowski, Tom Dolan, Bill Broderick, 
Greg Thomma. Tliird row: Lare Schlee, Kei Narimatsu, 
Mike Gerberi, Bill Kamai. 



223 



Sigma Pi 



Seated: Ron Refer (president), Mike Garcia (vice- 
president). Standing: William Todd (pledgemaster), 
Terence Banich (secretary), Paul Ingevaldson 
(treasurer), Frank Slocumb (alumni secretary). 





First row: Joseph Ptasinski, John Fitzgerald, Paul Ingevaldson, Daniel Kendzierski. Second 
row: Tony IVlazzulla, Bill Todd, Tom Krueger, Charles Saletta, Paul Vakselis. Tliird row: 
Ron Reter, Mike Garcia, Larry Stockey, John Wolosewick, Terry Banich, Frank Slocumb, 
Bob Potempa. 



224 




Tau Delta Phi 



First row: Peter Morganti, Tony Vanella, Bob Stanuch. 
Second row: Drew Starsiak, Rick Multack, John Caciop- 
po, Rich Lang. Third row: Bob Lang, Eric Arroyo, Phil 
Radtke, Brian Kissane. Fourth row: '" ■■-"■- 



PO, ...^.. ^^M. 

Radtke, Brian Kissane. . 

Schlesinger, Paul O'Neill. Fifth 
Wall, Vic Janulaitis, Tom De 
Dominiec. 



row: 
Zur, 



Ian Natkin, Gary 
Jeff Carlson, Jim 
Joe Dooley, Bob 




First row: Eric Arroyo (editor-historian), Tony Vanella (president), 
Jim Wall (steward). Second row: John Cacioppo (secretary), Jeff 
Carlson (pledge master), Ed Walsh (grand scribe). Rick Multack 
(secretary), Bob Dominiec (treasurer). 



225 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 



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Seated: Richard Garvey (president), Thomas McCormick, 
Richard Yule (sergeant-at-arms), Leonard Buczkowski. 
Standing: Anthony DeOrio, Thomas Zimmerman, Vince 
Jolivette (pledge trainer), Mark Niekrasz (secretary), David 
Scully, Robert Scigalski (vice-president), Richard Randick, 
Paul Lietz (treasurer), Thomas Zmugg. 



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Seated: Patrick Klunder (alumni historian). Bill Leahy (historian), Mike 
Gajewski, A! Fiore, Louie DeRose. Barry Humphrey. Standing: James 
Seymour, John Madden, Anthony Hayne, Robert Gajewski (chaplain), 
Michael Frost, Steve Graham (corresponding secretary), Michael Close, 
Daniel Barrett, Michael Timmons, Tad MacCartie, Richard Buscaglia, 
Frank Taendler. 




First row: Harley Andrzejewski, Dave Casaman, Jim Finne- 
gan. Second row: Hank Kreutzjans, Frank Peters, Mike 
Roach, Bob Sawicki, Bob Madsen, Len Buczkovi^ski. Third 
row: Pat Smucher, Don Murray, Pete Hernandez, Ed Mat- 
thews. Fourth row: Mike Gajewski, Bill Leahy, Jeff Zoller. 



226 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 




Ginger Meares (president), Noreen Mysyk 
(vice-president), Joan Sorich (recording secre- 
tary), Kathy Coniglio (treasurer), Katie Bau- 
mann (cliaplain), Jo Carol Blumenthal (liis- 
torian), Susan Lowell (rush chairman), Carol 
Kubistal (song chairman), Noreen Mueller 
(pledge trainer). 




First row: Mary Grant, Carol Gregory, Clarene Pontlcelli, Cathy Gerken, Maryann lantorno, 
Diane Mostek, Chris Hosek, Noreen Mueller. Second row: Bev Kopala, Gretchen Raach, 
Susan Lowell, Cheryl Wiese, Carol Kubistal, Katie Baumann, Pat Marshall, Barb Allen, 
Bunny Lyons, Rosaleen Kelly. Third row: Ginger Meares, Janet Wege, Ram Wolski, Noreen 
Mysyk, Jo Carol Blumenthal, Grace Nasca, Gail Grodoski, Gigi Tylutki, Kathy Coniglio, 
Kathy Zol, Joan Sorich. 



227 



Alpha 

Tau 

Delta 



Seated: Ellen Dennis (secretary), Mary Kay 
Thegze (president), Jean McDonald (vice- 
president). Standing: Mary Anne McCauslin 
(treasurer), Betty Obert (pledge mistress), 
Laura Van Leuven (social chairman), Mary 
Natale (archivist). 





First row: Joanne Meier, Ginny Majcherek, Ellen Dennis, Mary Kay 
Thegze, Sue Sullivan. Second row: Barbara Krai, Ellen Norbey, Mary 
Anne McCauslin, Betty Obert, Dawn Petrole, Mary Sheehan. Third row: 
Chris Motzny, Laura Van Leuven, Eileen Wayne, Jean McDonald, Mary 
Natale, Judy Kiees. 



228 




Kappa 

Beta 

Gamma 



Noelle Dreher (pledge mistress), Paula Valaitis (president), Mary Jo 
Budill (historian), Chrisann Schiro (Panliellenic delegate), Ida Velez 
(secretary), Mary Jo Kupst (rush chairman), Marie Morissette (vice- 
president). 




Mary Ann Bukowski, Elaine Gorczyca, Rita Lynn, Joyce Pieszchala, Helga 
Noeller, Rita Goetz, Sharon Clark, Mary Korenjak, Diane Klein, Linda 
Kobel, Dee Patterson, Kathleen Burke, Joan Frey, Diana Dresen. 




Kris Skowronek, Maria Ginex, Kathy Cieplak, Bonnie Shea, Dolores Lang- 
er, Mary Gillmore, Sharon Cooper, Lynda Thompson, Lynn Dieter, Debbie 
Spears, Elaine Budzisz, Arlene Plocinski. Joann Pucilo, Liz Engert, 
Jeannine Hucklenbroich. 



229 



Seated: Sheila Corboy (secretary), Mary Kay Motto (president), Kathy 
McGinley (vice-president). Standing: Mary Betti McClay (membership 
director), Margaret Lewikey (treasurer), Terry Wojcil< (Panhellenic dele- 
gate), Joanne Sutl<owski (junior Panhellenic delegate). 



Phi Mu 




Joanne Sutkowski, Pat Merwick, Micky McClay, Terry Wojcik, Margaret Lewikey, Sheila 
Corboy, Pat Lubke, Pat Krzyzaniak, Joan Zaehler, Ann Muldoon, Mary Kay Motto, Mary 
Dryden, Kathy McGinley, Micky Raabe, Mary Margaret Stilwagen. 



230 



Theta Phi Alpha 





First row: Toni Blaney (vice-president), Judy Medick (president), 
Rosemarie Guadagnuolo (pledge mistress). Second row: Kathy 
Haravon (treasurer), Pamela Phillips (corresponding secretary). Third 
row: Mary Graham (historian), Kathy Smiaiek (recording secretary), 
Melody Stala (marshall). 



First row: Margaret Harhen, Betty Bereznak, Jane Smith, Judy Reese, 
Mary Ann Bubness, Dee DeCarlo. Second row: Connie Pietrucha, Jeanne 
Wall, Janice JachlnskI, Margaret Schneider, Betty Giunta, Mary Lynn 
O'Neill. Tiiird row: Mary Eastman, Marilyn Hatzell, Louise Pope, Patricia 
Manelski, Mary Jane Young. Fourtli row: Elaine Burke, Mary Allen, 
Lynda Wait, Renee Struck, Margaret Skidmore, Beverley Mace-Junas. 
Fifth row: Ellen Chamberlain, Puddy D'Esposito, GInny Kelly, Andrea 
Pacer, Tommie Wurst, Mary Nielsen, Penny Stelner. 



231 



Prof 



essiona 



I 



Fraternities 



There's twice as much reason 

for joining these Greeks 
(the first cause is fun 

and the second's the future) 
They've one common goal 

and their files mean a lot 
("since you're a brother 

I'll lend you a suture") 
Of course all fraternities form lifelong bonds 
but these can give mutual recommendations 
to patients afflicted with Bactrian crud 
and clients who covet immense corporations 
So if you're among those 

who l<now what they want 
(to stake out a place 

in a pleasant profession) 
you may want to join 

the professional Greeks 
(lord saves us from medicare 

or a recession) 



232 



Alpha 
Omega 




First row seated: Neil Wilner, Don Salem. Second row: Sanford Block, 
Michael Rubenstein, Barry Pinsky, Steve Karden, Bob Lubar, Arnie Morof. 
Third row: Larry Feldman, Jan Rosen, Mike Kirshenbaum, Allen Brody, 
Larry Slayer, Al Schneider, Dan Durslag, Al Novich, Dan Rudin, Bruce 
Sanders. 



233 



Delta Sigma Delta 




First row: Doug Pierre, John Anderson, John Streiff, Rich Johnson. Second row: Joe 
Ladone, Jim Koning, Dicl< Matthews, Dictc Lubman, Tom Oilman, Stan Franson. Third row: 
John O'Malley, Edward LeMire, Ray Lang, Ed Samples, Roger Moon, Jack Lynch, Steve 
Sue, Dave Musich. Fourtti row: Charlie Schanzel, Dick Saunders, Lane Harbertson, Ron 
Cook, Tom Haverstock, Tony Aurelio, Ted Brasky, Walker Armstrong, Rich Stephens. 
Fiftt) row: Bill Devlin, Arnie Morof, Matt Gryzio, Glen Hansen, John Webb, Claude 
Gadbois, Dan Bruzzini, Jim Coglianese, Bob Herring. Sixth row: Ken Peterson, Phil 
Johnson, Ernest Maggioncalda, Dan Fuertges, Bob Rokos, John Francis. 



I 



234 



Phi Beta Pi 




Sealed: Lars VanPutten, Leonel Urdaneta (house manager). Robert Malachowski (secre- 
tary). Kneeling: Roger Traxel. Tim Betchel. Fred Kassis. Steptien Hempelman, Ed Drum, 
John Leyland. Standing: Dennis Mychak, Mike Ranahan. John Hagan (treasurer), John 
Boyle, Micky Shuetz, John Fromkes, Larry Cogan, Mark Lucianna, Joseph Zanga. 



235 



Phi Chi 




First row seated: Tom Galvin. Second row seated: John Parker, Bill Scott, Tom Layden, 
John Ladineo. Third row: Armand Simone, Ed Grabowski, Jim Hassett, Richard Pope, 
Bob Krance, John McFadden, George Volpetti, Bob OIko, Tom Murphy. 



236 



Psi Chi 




Dr. Frank Kobler, Rich Izzett, Fr. John Cade, Everett 
Jacobson, Jim Young, Shula Luber, Paul Hettich, Hugh 
Creedon, Richard McGlynn, Peter Kaufmann. 



237 



Psi Omega 




Rich Ochwat 



238 



Xi Psi Phi 



Rich Campbell, Rich Muneretto 





First row: Dave Wilson, Bob Wilkey, Vince Rossi, Bob Galliani. Second 
row: Dave Bern!, John Wortel, Bob Witek, Pat Catullo, Ron Baron, 
Archie Estey. Third row: Jerry Heiman, R. J. Sullivan, Jim McCall, Mike 
Truppa, Ron Veselsky, Gregory Klezik, John Schulien, Marsh Oleck, 
Rich Campbell. Fourth row: Carl Gangitano, Bob Hodur, Matt Camp- 
bell, Ron Magneson, Tom Nale, Frank Foehr, Ed Walsh. Fifth row Rich 
Caraba, Nick Cubin, Phil Cannizzaro, Charlie Schanzel. Bob Malorney, 
Freddie Orendach. Sixth row: Terry Prevender, Dick Sullivan, Bill Tener, 
Lance Kruise, Bob Mueller. Seventh row: Ron Isbell, Ron Hartzer, Bob 
Hoffman, Dave Binotti. Eighth row: Roy Appelgren. 



239 




240 




241 



They dare to be different 
look at themselves 
(not at what everyone else does) 
and step out to lead 
a few plod through books 
hours on end 
most create 

in lab and class 
student government 
organizations 
We can't help noticing them 
so we say so 
(hang medals on 'em, give them keys, 
slips of paper, what-have-you) 
Having little heros 

is an age old urge 
these are ours 



Honoraries 



242 



Alpha Sigma Nu 



JESUIT HONORARY 




Friar Victor Abegg, O.F.M., Conv. 

Philip Bakes 

Terence Banich 

Ernest Beutel 

James Bogan 

John Boyer 

Thomas Breier 

Gerald Bresnahan 

William Carney 

Mark Caster 

Anthony DeOrio 

John Dulin, S.J. 

Walter Durkin 

Nicholas Emanuele 

Nicholas Etten 

Robert Fletcher 

John Gaynor 

Martin Geraghty 

Alfred Gross 

John Hynek 

William Iburg 



Richard Jordan 
Edward Joyce 
Daniel Kamykowski 

Robert Kania 
David Kelly 
William Kipnis 
George Kiskunas 

Stanley Kroll 
Joseph Ladone 
William Leavy 
John Madden 

Paul Maier 
John McGinley 

Dennis McShane 
R. Eugene Mellican 
Charles Meschler 

Philip Moore 
Raymond Morrissy 

Richard Mortara 
Joseph Moschiano 



Eric Motley 
James Pawlikowski 
William Ranieri 
Richard Rappaport 
LeRoy Regner 
Peter Saldanha 
John Schreiber 
Robert Shearin 
Gregory Sikora 
Ronald Sklar 
John Sobieski 
Bruce Spengler 
Kenneth Steffan 
Ludwig Streck 
William Theis 

Leon Till 
William Toolson 
James Weiss 
Terrence Wilkin 
Thomas Zimmerman 



243 




Beta Alpha Psi 



ACCOUNTING 
HONORARY 



Donald Adamitis 

Michael Arnow 

Peter Cangelosi 

Leonard Di lorio 

James Durkin 

Brother Paschal Erick, C.F.A. 

Eugene Furman 

John Gaynor 

Frank Hahn 

James Horvath 

Robert Jacks 

Myra Swick 



244 



Beta Gamma Sigma 




BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 
HONORARY 



Thomas Breier 

Leonard Dilorio 

Brother Paschal Erick, C.F.A. 

John Gaynor 

Roger Grabowski 

Frank Hahn 

James Horvath 

Robert Jacks 

Jerome Jezuit 

John Kostolansky 

Lynn Kowalski 

David Leach 

Raymond Ligocki 

Dean March 

Joseph Moschiano 

Karl Steigerwald 

Ludwig Streck 

Myra Swick 

John Tabor 

Christine Tischler 

James Vertenten 

Norene Wade 

Daniel Wallingford 

Michael Whaley 

Robert Zana 

Bernadette Zawilinski 



245 





Blue Key 



MEN'S HONORARY 



Robert Abene 
Sheldon Altschul 
Daniel Barnes 
Michael Beehner 
Frank Benak 
Gerald Black 
John Block 
Michael Buschbacher 
Warren Busscher 
William Caldwell 
Francis Cimino 
William Clohesy 
David Cochran 
James Coglianese 
James Collins 
Robert Cronin 
Anthony DeOrio 
William Devlin 
John Donahue 
James Durkin 
Gerald Eidenmuller 
Nicholas Emanuele 
Nicholas Etten 
Patrick Falvey 
Alphonse Fiore 



Robert Fletcher 
Patrick Foley 
Gregory Furda 
Richard Garvey 
Robert Goehl 
Roger Grabowski 
James Guido 
Edward Hapaniewski 
John Hofherr 
William Hogan 
Edmund Hunt 
Robert Jacks 
Mindaugas Janulaitis 
Max Jarmoc 
Richard Jordan 
Richard Kennedy 
Frank Kimmel 
Joseph Ladone 
Ernest Maggioncalda 
John Martin 
William McDonnell 
Thomas Minogue 
James Mirabile 
Michael Mokeike 



Richard Mortara 
Edward Muldoon 
Zenon Myszkowski 
Jerome Pisano 
Vincent Rangel 
Richard Rappaport 
Paul Rink 
Robert Saigh 
Edward Samples 
Richard Saunders 
John Schreiber 
William Schroeder 
David Scully 
John Sheahin 
John Sobieski 
Jon Stevenson 
Ludwig Streck 
William Theis 
Charles Thomason 
William Toolson 
Detlev Von Pritschyns 
Denis Walsh 
Edward Walsh 
Joseph Wolf 



246 



Circumference 



WOMEN'S HONORARY 



Yvonne Amar 
Elizabeth Bereznak 
Mary Bigongiari 
Diane Brown 
Maryann Bubness 
Mary Carroll 
Judith Cholewa 
Marcia Chwierut 
Kathleen Cieplak 
Patricia Connery 
Sheila Corboy 
Catherine Gerkin 
Christine Glazar 
Gail Grodoski 
Bonita Harding 
Eileen Harrington 
Nan Johnson 
Barbara Juskevich 
Mary Kelly 
Rosaleen Kelly 
Susan Kempfer 
Kathleen Kennedy 
Linda Kobel 
Cynthia Krol 
Mary Jo Kupst 
Jeanne Lammert 



Dolores Langer 
Anne-Maureen Maloney 
Mary Marmoll 
Patricia Merwick 
Noreen Mysyk 
Jeanne Neu 
Elizabeth Obert 
Mary O'Connell 
Joan O'Mara 
Andrea Pacer 
Geraldine Paterkiewicz 
Constance Pietrucha 
Arlene Plocinski 
Christine Polk 
Carol Poulsom 
Chrisann Schiro 
Noel Smoron 
Kathy Smiaiek 
Melody Stala 
Stephennie Stopak 

Myra Swick 
Joan Sykstus 

Mary Thegze 
Paula Valaitis 
Bernadette Zawilinski 



247 




Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha 



SPEECH HONORARY 



Jerry Black 
Ruby DeGryse 
Elaine Koprowski 
Anne-Maureen Maloney 
Noel Smoron 
John Sobieski 
Donald Stinson 
Bill Theis 
James Weiss 



248 



Phi Sigma Tau 



PHILOSOPHY HONORARY 




Friar Victor 
Abegg, 0. F. M. 
Yvonne Amar 
Carol Annes 
Daniel Barnes 
Jack Beaulieu 
John Bennett 
Paul Bessette 
Ernest Beutel 
James Bogan 
Frank Bolin 
Michael Breen 
Veronica Butler 
Mary Carroll 
Kathleen Cieplak 
William Clohesy 
Patricia Connery 
George Cook 
Peter Copek 
Sheila Corboy 
Dominick 

D'Ambrosio 
Kathleen Dee 
James DeJohn 
Robert Del Greco 
Martin DeNys 
Anthony DeOrio 



Gerald DeVries 
Barbara 

DiLeonardo 
Victoria Dolezal 
Joseph Durlak 
Nicholas Emanuele 
Paul Emmett 
Nina Fitch 
Robert Foster 
Richard Gambia 
Martin Geraghty 
James Gilsinan 
Mary Grover 
Glenn Gryonka 
Michael Harrigan 
James Heller 
Carol Hendren 
John Herkei 
Susan Higgins 
John Hynek 
William Iburg 
Matthew Ignoffo 
June Jarolim 



Richard Jordan 
Stephen Jubyna 
Daniel Kamykowski 
James Karpus 
Carolyn Klos 
Donald Kopec 
Michael Kunich 
Barbara Kusenko 
Richard Lang 
William Leavy 
Diane Lennon 
William Lipari 
Thomas Livorsi 
Fernando Llosa 
Anthony Macievic 
Daniel Maday 
Paul Maier 
Dennis McShane 
Patricia Merwick 
Garfield Munroe 
Richard Neis 



William Nosek 
Mary O'Connell 
Andrea Pacer 
Margaret Patterson 
Kathleen Peca 
Christine Polk 
Nance Raasch 
Ann Marie Ratkovic 
Paul Rink 
Patricia Rittle 
Alice Shadell 
Joanne Sheahan 
Christine 

Skowronek 
Wayne Sliwa 
Leon Smith 
John Sobieski 
Samuel Sorich 
Bruce Spengler 
Michael Stefancic 
Sandra Stein 
Daniel Stolarczyk 
James Strom 
Dianne Sulceski 



Ronald Tavares 
William Theis 
Bruce Trumpis 
Erwin Decker 
Paula Valaitis 
Edward Volk 
Jeanne Wauck 
Daniel Weinman 
Rose Marie 
Zabinski 



249 




Yvonne Amar 
Frank Benak 
Daniel Barnes 
Kathy Burke 
Warren Busscher 
Dominick Calibraro 
Mary Carroll 
Christine Chatlos 
William Clohesy 
Peter Copek 
Donna Eichinger 
Nicholas Emanuele 
Edward Erxleben 
Connie Fletcher 
Robert Fletcher 
Robert Goicoechea 
Edmund Hunt 
Frank Joebgen 
Richard Jordan 
Jeanne Lammert 
A. Frederick Lobo 
Franklin McMahon 
Dennis McShane 
Mary O'Connell 
Margaret Patterson 
Robert Saigh 
Joseph Sjostrom 
William Theis 
Edward Trischmann 
Detlev Von Pritschyns 



Pi Delta Epsilon 



JOURNALISM HONORARY 



250 



Pi Delta Phi 




FRENCH HONORARY 



Yvonne Amar 
Janet Battiste 
Kathleen Burns 
Stephanie De Caluwe 
Mary Heidenrick 
Barbara Juskevich 
Rosemary Lanzarotta 
Kathleen Lazarski 
Robert Meehan 
Anna Marie Merwick 
Mary O'Connell 
Jane O'Connor 
Gabriella Passerini 
Arlene Plocinski 
Karen Popek 
Sharon Radloff 
Tamara Santos 
Mary Jane Swanson 
Joseph Whitaker 
Mark Wolff 



251 




Active Members 
Richard Adamczyk 
Ralph Bawden 
James Borowski 
Robert Golden 
Paul Govekar 
Walter Gutowski 
Timothy Hicklin 
Daniel Hopfner 
Matthew Ignoffo 
Clarence Izydorski 
Ronald Klimas 
James Magee 
Anthony Mellens 
William Moore 
Bruce Mueller 
Ian Natkin 
Kenneth Olejnik 
Richard Polheber 
Ronald Rokosz 
David Rolewick 
Thomas Rot! 
Frank Slocumb 
Frank Speh 
Willard Stovall 
Ronald Zielinski 
Gerald Zopp 



Scabbard & Blade 



MILITARY SCIENCE 
HONORARY 



Associate Members 
Lieutenant Colonel 

Donald Gluck 
Major William Vergot 



252 



Sigma Theta Tau 




NURSING HONORARY 



Jeannette 

Adolphson 
Angela Ambrosia 

Anderson 
Nadia Andrushka 
Essie Anglum 
Marie Arreguin 
Gayle Aubrey 
Siiirley Boettger 
Ida Boikan 
Darlene 

Bracegirdle 
Rena Brands 
Ruth Ann Brinkman 
Lucille Broadwell 
Diane Brown 
Bernice Carroll 
Barbara Losinski 

Coleman 
Mary Cook 
Marion Corcoran 
A. Barbara Coyne 
Mary Jane Skvier 

Cullinan 
Bernadette 

Davidson 
Viola Debord 
Mary Deneen 



Rose Desch 
Barbara Rivan Doll 
Alice McHugh 

Durkin 
Mary Ann Dzik 
Sharon Chwierut 

Firlit 
Juliana Fish 
Mary Ann Hardy 

Foley 
Jacqueline Fortier 
Mary Kovac Galo 
Frances Geddo 
Martha Goodrich 
Helen Grace 
Christopher 

Hannan 
Mary Ann Harvey 
Doloras Harwas 
Barbara Hayes 
Marianne Henry 
Monica Hoffler 
Janet Holcomb 
Sonja Holton 
Marjorie 

Kaepplinger 



Sister Kane 

R.H.S.J. 
Sister Ann Kateri 

S.S.C.M. 
Muriel Kaufman 
Margaret Keeler 
Virginia Keller 
Imogene King 
Gladys Kiniery 
Bernice Kleinfall 
Mary Ann Krol 
Norma Kubash 
Sister M. Laura 

C.S.F. 
Catherine Leahy 
Janice LeBlanc 
Myra Levine 
Mary Lodge 
Greta Malhoit 
Caroline 

Manderfeld 
Edna Mae Mayer 
Mary McCann 
Avis Neeman 

McDonald 
Margaret McDonald 

McGrath 
Rose McKay 

253 



Jacqueline Specht 

Meservey 
Mary Ann Michor 
Doris Mills 
Kathleen Zelaska 

Motto 
Marianne Muno 
Patricia Jahnke 

Nelson 
Jeanne Neu 
Sister Mary 

Nicholas P.H.J.C. 
Diane Peininger 
Dorothy Petrowski 
Judy Rogers 

Powers 
Joan Pruchniak 
Celeste Renier 
Patricia Rice 
Edna Roache 
Madeline Roessler 
Anne Roney 
Anne Schatteman 
Oliver Schneider 
Barbara Becker 

Schwegel 
Barbara Shipman 



Mary Ruth Sloan 
Marilyn Smith 
Leona Smolinski 
Noel Smoron 
Mary Anita 

Wilhelm Soyka 
Dollie Ann 

Sparmacher 
Marcia Stachyra 
Colette Stack 
Jean Stavros 
Virginia Stift 
Mary Bussert 

Szwed 
Nancy Mysyk 

Tamul 
Catherine Loftus 

Thayer 
Mary Kay Thegze 
Kathleen Hawkins 

Triantafillows 
Diane Wachowski 
Ann Weiss 
Susan Koile 

Westiake 
Suzanne Whitehead 
Suzanne Witt 
Sarah Zeena 



Club! 



There's a club here 
for people 

who like to dig sherds 
monkey with words 
learn about Kurds 
and their families 
you can find something 
exciting to do 
even if you 
play the kazoo 
or love Goldwater 
those who like drama 

and people who ski 
folks who sing glees 
or bend their knees 
riding horses 

can change the world or forget it a while 
in magnificent style 




254 






255 




Accounting Club 



256 



American 
Chemical Society 




Joseph Wrobel (treasurer), Kristine Lineck (secretary), Frank 
Guziec (vice-president). John Crinion (president), Denise Madi- 
gan (program chairman). 




Seated: Pat Brunkard, Louise Williams, Geraldine Tylutki, Terry Mackin. Standing: Joseph 
Nash, Patrick Gallagher, Ron Przybyla, Mitch Smas, Bob Matusik, J. Anthony Anzelmo, 
Frank Schmidt, David Long, John Krasniewski, Tom Chorba, Dr. Frank Cassaretto. 



257 



Business Administration Coed Club 




First row seated: Joan Jakob, Teresa Wojcik, Sylvia Alvino. Second row seated: Marge 
Longeway, Norene Wade, Marilyn Hatzell (president), Dee DeCarlo (treasurer). Standing: 
Marianne Pfaff, Bernadette Zawilinski, Diana Dziedzina, Tiffany Lynn, Chris Tischer, Sue 
Heilnnan, Rita Lynn, Mary Pullam, Barbara Jerome. 



258 





Seated: Johanne Pachankis (second vice- 
president), Cecily Dicl^inson (corresponding 
secretary). Standing: Ken IVIoore (president), 
Linda Kobel (vice-president). 



Chardin Anthropological Society 



First row seated: Sandra Lazarz, Virginia Zanello, Virginia Sobansl<i. Second row seated: 
Brottier Cliarles Bolser, C.S.V., Albert Ripperger, Patricia Tipton. Ttiird row seated: Michael 
Heffernan, Joiianne Pachankis, Ken Moore, Rev. Francis Grollig, S.J., Frank Harrold. 




259 



Coed Club 




First row seated: Fran Farrell. Jeanne Wall, Leila Rishtya, Kathy Poloway. Second row seated: Gerrie Paterklewicz, (president), Connie 
Pietrucha (vice-president), Chris Polk (secretary), Nancy Dobrocki, Mary D'Andrea, Kathy Catalano, Eileen Klocko. Ttiird row: Judy Staes. 
Maria Vuocolo, Joanne Seminetta, Pat Connery, Jeannine Hucklenbroich, Judy Buscemi, CinDee Antas, Adrienne Brizich. 



260 




Concert Choir 



Theresa Drew (librarian), Martin DeNys (vice- 
president), Camille Wanat (secretary). 




First row: Catherine Jackson, Beverly Beed, Diane Vandagrift, Patricia Napolitano, Second 
row: Gail Fontana, Leon Griffin, Theodore Smith, Alan Sedivy. Third row: Agnes Canning, 
Renette Coachman, LaVerne Jones, Paula Marie Brown, Barbara Williams, Standing: Harris 
Mosley, Frank Piaskowy, Clyde Reid, Alexa Galias, Ann Flynn, Sue Walker. 



261 



Curtain Guild 



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nnnxnnrr- 




Barbara Kozlowski (secretary), Romaulda Deksnys (his- 
torian), Jean Moran (moderator), Cheryl Casper (presi- 
dent), Robert Theis (director). 




First row: Marianne Gorski, Linda Gerbac, Mary Hoobchaak. Second row: Bernie Whitley, Marty Gapshis. Al Keeney. 
Third row: Keith Urban, Suzi Pink, Bill Beadle. Fourth row: Bob Hartigan, Dan Wynn, Lee Faust. Fifth row: Dave 
Moran, Rich Forst, Kevin Killacky. 



262 



Debate Club 




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Seated: Linda Wawzenski (secretary), Elaine 
Koprowski (moderator). Standing: Bill Theis 
(president), Jerry Black (vice-president), John 
Sobieski (archivist), Paul Rundquist (treasurer). 



First row: Pat McElroy, Anne-Maureen Maloney, Sandra Wollnik. Second row: Ruby 
de Gryse, Ellen RInaldo, Elaine Koprowski. Third row: Tom Sommers, Linda Wawzenski, 
David Montgomery, Mike Nigro. Fourth row: Jerry Black, Dave McMahon, John Sobieski, 
Bill Theis, John Nicholas. Fifth row: Michael Crotty, Jerry Kaup, Bill Haley, Paul 
Rundquist, Bill Cummins. 



263 




Econ- Finance Club 




First row: Joan Jakob, Noreen Wade, Bernadette Zawilinski, Richard Souyoul (secretary-treasurer), Philip May (president), Bob Lenahan 
(vice-president). Second row: Ludewig Streck, Al Leksander, John Stanitz, Paul Blakely, Jim Petullo, Frank Rachwalski, Lee Regner, Pat Urbut, 
Jack Kogut, Jerome Jezuit, Thomas Griffin, Al Nastali. 



264 




Epsilon Pi Rho 



Seated: Dr. D. Herbert Abel, Claudette Ivanic. Standing: Leon Smith, Anthony Macievic. 



265 



German Club 




Seated: Jim Bohan (treasurer), Annamarie Forner (vice-president). Standing: Dick Kudia (corresponding secretary), Russell Gunderson 
(president), Mr. Joseph Wandel (moderator). 



266 



Historical Society 




First row: Chuck Thomason (president), Ray Krupa. Second row: Sue Kempfer (vice-president, LSC), Pat Connery (secretary, LT), Nance 
Raasch (secretary, LT), Andrea Pacer (vice-prsident, LT), Mariann Hildebrand. Third row: Bernard Doyle. Daniel Pantera, Michael Kunich, 
James Weiss, Elfriede Wedam. Fourtti row: Eric Motley (editor, newsletter), Judith Buscemi, John Leonarczyk. Fifth row: William Leavy, 
Peggy Carroll. 



267 



Italian Club 




Seated: Maria Vuocolo, Joset Mentesana, Jeannine Hucklenbroich, Gerrie Paterkiewicz. Standing: Jerry Buttitta, Loris 
Tisocco, Leonard Slotkowski, Sandra Lazarz, Roger Grabowski, Vince Pascale, Carlo Di Carlo. 



268 



Knights Of Columbus 





First row: Fidel Facio, Peter Cangelosi, Robert Golden. Second row: Jan Ramirez, 
Laurence Kunkel, Kenneth Olejnik. Third row: Richard Mondlak, Vincent De Luga, 
Robert Widlic, Lorin Volberding. 



Laurence Kunkel (grand knight), Fidel Facio (trustee), 
Kenneth Olejnik (deputy grand knight), Richard 
Mondlak (guard), Jan Ramirez (trustee). 



269 



Gold Torch 




First row: Major William Vergot (moderator), Dick Sohm (president), Mike O'Byrne (secretary), Dick Adamczyk (treasurer), John Woods. 
Second row: Jim Sharpe, Clifton Lewis, Dan Volz, George Marinier, Terry Gainer. Third row: Richard Heiss, Al Piskorski, Tony Putis, John 
Nottoli, John Werbowecky, Byron Clark. Fourth row: Kim Denkewalter, Mark Steffens, Tom Posey, Enrico Clausi, Michael Brown. 



270 




Loyola Men 




271 



Marketing Club 




Seated: Chris Tischler (secretary). 
Standing: Max Jarmoc (president), 
Vince Rangel (vice-president), Tom 
Breier (treasurer). 




First row: Bob Musiala, Bernadette Zawilinsl<i, Diana Dziedzina, Norene Wade, Joan Sykstus, 
Tiffany Lynn, Kenneth Panek, Dean March. Second row: Jim Coari, Tom Mindak, Don 
Green, John Jakob, Alan Leksander, Tom Henningsen, Dan White, Richard Adamczyk, 
Richard Ertman, Robert Franke. 



272 




First row seated: Ed Trischmann, Bob Sharkey, Sal Gallicchio. Second row seated: Terry 
Brown, Donetta Brzoza, Paula Valaitis, Lucy Borysenko, Sheila Corboy, Thomas LivorsI, 
Mary Kay Motto, Vincent Hilden. Standing: Rich Kerbs, Helga Noeller, Dee Patterson, Mary 
Margaret Stilwagen, Nancy Froehlich, Ann Muldoon, Brother David Plesh, C.S.V., Mary 
Dryden, Bob Setka. 



Math Club 



Seated: Mary Kay Motto (president), Dr. Ter- 
rence Brown (moderator). Standing: Tom 
Livorsi (vice-president), Sheila Corboy (secre- 
tary-treasurer). 



273 




Modern Language Club 




Seated: Yvonne Amar (president), Joan Sykstus (secretary), Janet 
Battiste (secretary), Arlene Plocinski (treasurer). Standing: Jeannine 
Hucklenbroich, Sylvia Aivino, Martha LeFebre, Cecile Dooley, Dolores 
Ruzicka, Janet Mini, Peter Cangelosi, Robert Meehan (vice-president). 



274 



Physics Club 




Seated: Joe Maciejewski, Raymond Rossi, William Procarione, 
Warren Busscher. Standing: Norman Derby, William Clohesy, 
John Baier, Darrell Wilk, Frank Bolin, Ray Rasane, Paul Frans- 
ioli. 




Paul Fransioli (treasurer), Norman 
Derby (secretary), Warren Busscher 
(vice-president), Raymond Rossi 
(president). 



Psychology Club 




Pat Connery (second secretary), Joe Durlak (treasurer), Gerrie Paterkiewicz (first secretary), Dan Barnes (vice-president), Chris Polk (president). 



276 



The Rangers 




First row: Jim Magee, Michael Byrne, Jack Brophy, Joseph Kiefer, Ralph Bawden, Frank Speh. Second row: George Loba, Phillip Tracy, 
Herbert Spohr, David Rupright, Raymond Wilson. Third row: Charles Barry, Barney Dwyer, Michael Brown, David Held, Mark Podobinski, 
Kenneth Zych. 



277 



Readers Circle 





278 




Ski Club 



Diana Dziedzina (vice-president), James Alessio (president), Barb 
Pleva (secretary), Jeff Winklebleck (treasurer). 




Seated- Peggy Kelly, Marie Morrissette, Mary Hoobchaak, Johanne Pachankis, Roberta Teeling, Janet Wege, Chris Tiscfiler Aggie Canning, 
Cheryl Piccinini Marcia Chwierut, Julie Seely, Tiffany Lynn. Standing: Mike Fedjniak, Frank Cimino, Ken Panek, John Fitzgerald, Larry Manning, 
Adam Grzywna.'Tim Kolton, Ron Metelka, Kevin Collins, Richard Heiss, Larry Stayton, Ed Behen, Teresa Wojcik. 



279 



St. 

Apollonia 

Guild 




First row: Stanley Matusik (president.) Second row: Edward LeMire, Arnold Morof, Joseph Mor- 
rissey, Raymond Lang. Third row: Matthew Campbell, Philip Cannizzaro, John Streiff, Thomas 
Gillman, Douglas Pierre. Fourtii row: Joseph Ladone, Daniel Bruzzini (treasurer), Matthew Gryzio, 
Jan Rozen, Vincent Rossi (secretary). 



280 




Society for the 

Advancement of 
Management 



Leonard Dilorio (secretary), Joe Mo- 
schiano (treasurer), Karl Zwolfer 
(vice-president), Dave Leach (presi- 
dent). 




First row: Dean March, Dennis Kendzior, Peter Cangelosi, Daniel Feltman, Rita Mae Lynn, Marilyn Hatzell, Diana Dziedzina, Edward 
Walsh, Robert Musiala, Edwin Guziel. Second row: Leroy Regner, Duane Pecci, Pad Loh, Paul Ingevaldson, Donald Woytek, Robert Malecki. 



281 



Student American Dental Association 




First row: Joseph Morrissey, Joseph Ladone, Arnold Morof (president), Edward LeMire. Second row: Sanford Block, Thomas Gillman, John 
Streiff, John Anderson, Charles Schanzel, Raymond Lang, Matthew Gryzlo. 



282 




Joseph Valaitis (vice-president), Bob Subers (treasurer), Paul Chicafelli (president), Lee Hubrich (secretary). 



Student American Medical Association 



283 



Student 
National 
Education 
Association 




Seated: Karen Cecil, Jeannie Hucklenbroich, Barbara 
Moloney, Ginny Candioto. Standing: Mary Frances 
Dougherty, Kathleen Gallery, Marie Morrissette, Mary 
Corcoran, Chuck Thomason, Eric Motley. 




Standing: Dr. Melvin Heller. Seated: Ray Krupa (president), 
Elaine Bates (secretary), Marcia Chwierut (treasurer), Ginny 
Kelly (membership chairman), Joan Sykstus (social chair- 
man), Kathy Smiaiek (activities chairman). 



284 




First row: John Sullivan, Bob Hellgeth, Dan Weinman, Pat Luby, Ralph Calistro, 
Rev. Robert Fox, S.J. Second row: Ray Domagalski, Mike Kunich, Jim Hurst, Irene 
Baker, Mickey (mascot), Ray Rasane, Judy Gunderson, Pat Henaghan, Terry 
Krogstie. Third row: Judy Krivis, Tita Navarro, Ruth Liszka, Jo Tortorello, Carol 
Smith, Marcie Ruholl, Carol Francona, Rosemary Saems, Bob Abene, Toni Zvanut, 
Liz Kunke, Agnes Luby. 




United 

Independents 
Of Loyola 



Seated: Judy Krivis (president), Ralph Calistro (vice- 
president), Carol Francona (secretary). Standing: Liz 
Kunke (social chairman). Bob Abene (founder), Marcie 
Ruholl (activities chairman), Pat Henaghan (corres- 
ponding secretary), Dan Weinman (treasurer). 



285 



Wasmann Biological Society 




Seated: Marjorie Woods, Diane Lewis, Bernadefte Szajna, Patricia Sebastian. Standing: Robert Strug, Jim Kraiss, Chuck Barsano, Mr. John 
Hudson, Luis Suarez, Bob Zadylak. 



286 




Seated: Rosemary Saems, Judy Baron, Major John Rhinedollar. Tita Navarro, Mary Ellen Metzler, Standing: Karen Johnson, Carol Michelini, 
Pat Slomka, Diane Dahm (captain), Gail Jotinson. Barbara Ostrom. 



Womans Rifle Club 



287 




Young Democrats 



First row: Marcy McCarthy, Connie Pascucci, Peggy O'Brien (secretary), 
Roger Kenny (president), John Nicholas (vice-president). Second row: 
John Ryan, Paul Rundquist, Douglas Stephens, Bill Schroeder, Dave 
McMahon, Mike Nigro. 




Mike Draper (president), Pat Ronan, Donna Parrilli, John Ronan. 



United World Federalists 



288 



Young Republicans 




Jim Brophy (president), Ken Klamut (secretary), Carol Breslin, 
Joe Kiefer (vice-president), John Grivetti, Bob Edgeworth (vice- 
president), Liz Ford (secretary), Ken Kouba (treasurer). 



Conservative Club 




Jim Brophy (treasurer), Carol Breslin (newsletter editor), 
Brophy (vice-president), Joe Kiefer (president). 



Jack 



College Of Arts And Sciences 

1967 Graduates 




VICTOR P. ABEGG 
O.F.M. GONV. 



ROBERT M. ABENE JUDITH M. ADENT PAUL T. AKERS YVONNE A. AMAR 






CAROL A. ANNES 



CHERYL E. 
ARMSTRONG 



ARLENE A. 
BACHMANN 



WAYNE A. BALANCH DANIEL F. BARNES 



291 




PATRICIA A. BARTH 



VINCENT E. 
BATTAGLIA 



BARBARA F. 
BAUKERT 



JACK G. BEAULIEU MICHAEL L. BEEHNER 




KAREN D. BENIGNO HAROLD BERGAN ERNEST W. BEUTEL BARBARA A. BIGA JAMES F. BINSFELD 




GEORGE J. BIRD NANCY S. BISKUP 



GERALDYNE M. 
BLAKE 



THERESE M. BLAKE ANTONIA L. BLANEY 



292 



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CONSTANCE L. DENNIS J. BOHLMAN FRANK P. BOLIN CHARLES G. BOLSER, LUCY BORYSENKO 



BLAZEWICZ 



C.S.V. 




KATHLEEN J. 
BOWERS 



RUTH E. BRAUN MICHAEL E. BREEN 



JOHN J. 
BREITENBACH 



JUDITH M. BRONARS 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 



293 




DONETTA M. BRZOZA LEONARD E. 

BUCZKOWSKI 







JAMES M. BURKE JOHN J. BURKE 




WARREN J. BUSSCHER VERONICA L. BUTLER 



KATHERINE L. BYRNE PHILIP L. CAMPAGNA LILA M. CANNING 




in 




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LAURENCE W. MARY A. CARROLL 

CAPRIOTTI 



PAUL A. CHAVIN MARCIA L. CHWIERUT KATHLEEN T. 

CIEPLAK 



294 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 





RODERICK C. 
CIOMBOR 



MARY E. COLLINS CHERYL K. CONNER 



PATRICIA K. 
CONNERY 



KATHLEEN M. 
CONNIFF 





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GEORGE H. COOK PETER J. COPEK 



SHEILA M. CORBOY CATHLEEN L. COULAS ALKIVIATHIS P. 

COULOLIAS 




GERALD M. CRIMMINS JOHN C. OPINION MARY J. DEENIHAN JAMES P. DE JOHN 



ROBERT D. DEL 
GRECO 



295 








MARTIN J. DE NYS ANTHONY J. DE OHIO NORMAN F. DERBY CECILY R. DICKINSON 



BARBARA M. 
Dl LEONARDO 




SIMON K. 
DMUKAUSKAS 







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VICTORIA H. 
DOLEZAL 




DENNIS T. DOLIGALA 



PATRICIA M. 
DONOVAN 



DALE A. DOOLEY 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 




LUDMYLA 
DOROSHENKO 



JOHN R. DOVE JAMES P. DURKIN 



296 




JOSEPH A. DURLAK 



ROBERT J. 
EDGEWORTH 



DONNA J. EICHINGER 



NICHOLAS V. 
EMANUELE 






PAUL J. EMMETT MARTHA A. ERNST MARY A. FALKEIS JOHN J. FEGAN 





JUDITH T. FERRARO NINA M. FITCH ROBERT G. FOSTER 



DARIUS S. 
FRANCESCATTI 



PAUL M. FRANSIOLI 



297 




QUENTIN A. 
FREEBURG 



NANCY T. FROEHLICH CEZAR M. FROELICH MARY L. FUTTERER ARN R. GABEL 






RICHARD J. GAMBIA JOSEPH E. GARDNER RICHARD J. GARVEY PAUL F. GAST 



NANETTE M. 
GENDRON 




ALFRED J. GENSLER MARTIN P. GERAGHTY JAMES F. GILSINAN MARIA C. GINEX 



BETTYANN A. 
GIUNTA 



298 




BRUCE A. GOBER AUREL E. GOGLIN SHARON K. GOGOLA 



ROBERT B. 
GOICOECHEA 



ROBERT J. GOLDEN 




PAUL W. GORMAN JOSEPH M. GRADY MARY K. GRAHAM ROBERT R. GRAHAM 




WILLIAM P. GROHAR GEORGE M. GROTE 



THOMAS E. 
GUADAGNO 



FREDERICK J. 
HAFNER, C.S.V. 



ROBERT S. HAJDUK 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 



299 




TERRY A. HALLBERG SALLY B. HALVERSON 



BERNADETTE M. 
HANLON 



TERRENCE P. 
HANLON 



MICHAEL J. 
HARRIGAN 



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JOHN C. HART 



CHARLES R. 
HARTMAN 



ROBERT J. HARTMAN ANTHONY E. HAYNE EILEEN M. HEALY 





WILLIAM K. HEDRICK ROBERT J. HELLGETH JOHN W. HERKEL SHARON L. HESOTIAN JOHN D. HOFHERR 



300 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 




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KATHRYN M. HOGAN 



JOSEPH F. 
HOLLENKAMP 



CHRISTINE M. HOSEK JUDITH A. HOWALD MICHAEL A. 

HUGUENARD, C.S.V. 





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EDMUND B. HUNT JOHN J. HYNEK WILLIAM J. IBURG 



MATTHEW F. 
IGNOFFO 



MICHAEL H. 
JACOBSON 



301 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 




ALLEN F. JAMESON MONICA A. JANCZAK 



MINDAUGAS V. 
JANULAITIS 




JUNE E. JAROLIM 



LAWRENCE W. 
JENKINS 



FRANCIS H. JOEBGEN JAMES O. JOHNSON RICHARD M. JORDAN 




JOANNE M. JOYCE STEPHEN R. JUBYNA 



JURATE A. 
JUOZEVICIUS 



ALLAN N. KACZALA MARY LOU KALGER7 



302 




ifeii 




DANIEL L. 
KAMYKOWSKI 



KENNETH E. KANIA JAMES T. KARPUS DIANNE E. KAVANAGH 




KATHLEEN A. 
KAVANAGH 



RAYMOND A. KA2LAS BARBARA J. KEENAN CHARLES H. KEFER, 

JR. 




MARY V. KELLY SUSAN J. KEMPFER HELEN C. KENNEDY 



303 



RICHARD T. 
KENNEDY 





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RICHARD J. KERBS KENNETH D. KLOBA 




MICHAEL J. KLOCKER RONALD E. KLIMAS CAROLYN B. KLOS 





JOHN J. KNIPPER THOMAS C. KNUTH 



LINDA M. KOBEL RONALD A. KOEHLER GEORGE R. KOKASKA 





DONALD A. KOPEC 



KATHLEEN A, 
KORANDA 



RAYMOND R. KRUPA JAMES J. KUBIK CAROL A. KUBISTAL 

304 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 






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FRANK S. KUDIA HUGH W. KUEHLTHAU MICHAEL J. KUNICH 



MARY JO KUPST ARNIETA M. KURTZ 





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MICHAEL J. KUSH KAREN A. KUZMIAK MICHAEL L. LACKAFF 



JAMES L. LAMB JEANNE E. LAMMERT 





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ROBERT J. LANDRY RICHARD J. LANG DOLORES J. LANGER 

305 



ROSEMARY A. CATHERINE R. LASKA 

LA PORTA 









MARTHA J. LE FEBRE BETTE G. LEIBOWITZ RICHARD A. LENART MARGARET E. PAUL S. LIETZ 

LEWIKEY 




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PAULA M. LINGO THOMAS J. LIVORSI ANDREW F. LOBO 



KATHLEEN R. 
LUCKRITZ 



ROBERT G. LUND 




THADDEUS R. 
MAC CARTIE 



ANTHONY V. 
MACIEVIC 



RICHARD E. MACIULIS DENISE M. MADIGAN MICHAEL E. MAES 



306 




PAUL T. MAIER 



ANNE-MAUREEN 
MALONEY 



MARIA L. MANOLIS STELLA MANTALOS DENNIS M. MANZKE 





DEAN L. MARTINELLI 



DOROTHY J. 
MARTINKOViC 



JAMES M. MATAYA DEIDRE D. MAY MARY BETH McCLAY 




MICHAEL J. McCLURE 



MAUREEN L 
McCORMACK 



THOMAS M. 

Mccormick 



DENNIS J. McSHANE VIRGINIA A. MEARES 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 



307 





€ 




JUDITH A. MEDICK PATRICIA A. MERWICK BERNARD J. MICHNA SUSAN M. MILLER 



DEAN R. MILOS 






MARIE T. 
MORRISSETTE 



MARY CATHERINE THOMAS A. MOUHELIS JANE F. MUELLER EDWARD J. MULDOON 
MOTTO 





ANN M. MULKERIN 



GARFIELD A. 
MUNROE 



JANE E. MYERS NOREEN F. MYSYK JUDITH A. NAPIER 



308 








KEI NARIMATSU GRACE J. NASCA JOSEPH C. NASH PHILIP G. NASH MARK J. NIEKRASZ 




... II 




JUDITH A. NOE HELGA NOELLER WILLIAM G. NOSEK DIANE I. O'BRIEN 



RODERICK P. 
O'BRIEN 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 



309 





JAMES V. O'CONNOR JANE R. O'CONNOR PAMELA B. O'CONNOR 



THOMAS A. 
O'CONNOR 



MICHAEL P. O'GRADY 




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JAMES F. 
O'HALLORAN 



TIMOTHY J. O'KEEFE JOAN M. O'MARA OLYMPIA M. ONESTO RAYMOND J. ORGLER 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 




ANDREA S. PACER SUSAN M. PARENT 



GABRIELLA 
PASSERINI 



310 




GERALDINE E. 
PATERKIEWICZ 



MARGARET F. 
PATTERSON 



KATHLEEN A. PECA ROBERT F. PERRIN 




EDWARD R, PETRICIG BERNARD E, PAMELA A. PHILLIPS JAMES M. PIALA 

PETTINGER 






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JOYCE M. 
PIESZCHALA 



ARLENE V. 
PLOCINSKI 



CHRISTINE M. POLK 



KATHLEEN R. 
POLOWAY 



311 





CLARENE J. 
PONTICELLI 



LOUISE M. POPE 




LARRY K. POWE JAMES J. POWERS JOHN J. POWERS 





WILLIAM L. 
PROCARIONE 



BARBARA A. 
PRZYWARA 



LOUIS V. PUPILLO MICHAEL W. RADA CHERILYN F. RADOUS 





RICHARD M. 
RANDICK 



ANN-MARIE M. 
RATKOVIC 



JUDITH A. REESE STUART J. REILLY ALLAN G. REISBERG 



312 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 




FRANK D. REZAC PAUL W. RINK 



MAUREEN L. 
RIORDAN 



PATRICIA M. RITTLE MARIO S. RIZZO 




KAY E. ROBISON STEVEN G. RODMAN LOUIS E. ROVAI RAYMOND P. ROSSI THOMAS D. ROT! 




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WELDON J. 
ROUGEAU 



JOSEPH L. ROY WILLIAM F. RULLE PAULA A. RUSSO 

313 



ANITA L. RUTILI 




DOLORES A. 
RUZICKA 



JOHN J. RYAN JAMES R. SALITORE DONNA M. SANTELL RICHARD E. SARGENT 




JANET S. SAVIER CHRISANN SCHIRO JANE T. SCHLACKS 



JANET A. 
SCHLECHTER 






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GARY L. 
SCHLESINGER 




WILLIAM R. 
SCHROEDER 



DANIEL R. SCHUH 



MICHAEL A. 
SEAGROVES 



WENDELL A. 
SEBASTIAN 



314 




i 




JULIANNE M. SEELY ROBERT J. SHARKEY MICHAEL J. SHEEDY DEAN C. SAVOY FRANCIS C. SINCERE 




CHRISTINE A. 
SKOWRONEK 



MARILEE A. SKUBLE SHIRLEY A. SLABY WAYNE M. SLIWA MITCHELL J. SMAS 








KATHY M. SMIALEK LAUREEN M. SMITH LEON D. SMITH LESLIE P. SMOLOCH JOHN L. SOBIESKI 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 



315 




RICHARD W. SOHM ROBERT E. JOAN F. SORICH 

SOLTYKOWSKI 



HARRIET E. SPEARS BRUCE L. SPENGLER 




NICHOLAS M. SPINA ROBERT L. STADLER WILLIAM T. STALL NADINE STANTON ROBERT T. STARKS 




l> ••■S^:^M 

CLARET M. STATION 




MICHAEL F. 
STEFANCIC 



SANDRA J. STEIN 
316 



MARY MARGARET 
STILWAGEN 



DANIEL A. 
STOLARCZYK 



Graduates 

Arts and Sciences 




STEPHANNIE A. 
STOPAK 



JOAN T. SYKSTUS 





DOLORES A. 
STREZEWSKI 



JAMES J. STROM JOHN L SULLIVAN PATRICK J. SWEENEY 




THOMAS V. 
SZYMCZYK 



STEFAN B. 
SZYMONIUK 



JENNIFER F. TALSO LAURA L. TARANTINO 



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JUSTIN J. TEDROWE WILLIAM H. THEIS 



CHARLES W. 
THOMASON, JR. 



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SANDRA V. THON 



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JAMES F. THORNTON 



317 





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MICHAEL J. TIMMONS CECELIA A. 

TOMASZKIEWICZ 



MARY L. TORNABENE SYLVIA L. TRINE! 



EDWARD W. 
TRISCHMANN, JR. 




ANNE T. TUNNEY MICHAEL A. UNGARI 



GERALD W. 
URBANCIK 



PATRICK J. URBUT ANITA UTINANS 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 




PAULA J. VALAITIS THERESA B. VALAITIS IDA M. VELEZ 



318 




SAULENE M. 
VENCLOVAS 



KATHLEEN R. 
VITTORE 



LORIN E. 
VOLBERDING 





EDWARD L. VOLK 



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KENNETH J. WADAS JUANITA A. WALZ 



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CHRISTINE A. 
WARDEN 



JEANNE F. WAUCK 




DANIEL J. WEINMAN JAMES M. WEISS RICHARD J. WELTIN 



EDWARD Z. 
WESOLOWSKI 



319 



Graduates 



Arts and Sciences 




JANE M. WHITE RICHARD J. WIET 




DAVID C. WILLIAMS LOUISE C. WILLIAMS MARY C. WINSLOW WILLIAM J. WIRTH 




GEORGE J. 
WITTEMAN 



MARGARET M. 
WITTENBRINK 



JOHN J. WOLOSEWICK PAMELA J. WOLSKI 



320 




KENNETH E. WOZNIAK MARY J. YOUNG 




RONALD J. ZIELINSKI GERALD M. ZOPP, JR. 




RONALD R. 
SCHREIBER 



321 





MICHAEL P. BARRY ROBERT J. BALTRUM JOSEPH W. BIJAK 

322 



DAVID L. 
BREDEMANN 



School Of Business Administration 

1967 Graduates 




MICHAELS. 
BUSCHBACHER 



PETER A. 
CANGELOSI 



NORMAN J. CATELLI 



CHARLES A. 
CHIANELLI 



DONALD C. 
CHODKOWSKI 




LEONARD J. DIIORIO GILBERT F. DRAUS 



DIANA P. 
DZIEDZINA 



RICHARD P. ERTMAN ARTHUR A. FORMELL 



323 



Graduates 



Business 




FREDRICK P. FRITZ JOHN M. GAYNOR JAMES H. GERKE 



KONRAD 
GERSTENBRAND 








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JEROME D. GIRSCH 



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ililiiik 



PAUL L. 
GOVEKAR, JR. 



ANTHONY M. GRASSI 



WALTER J. 
GUTOWSKI 



EDWIN F. GUZIEL FRANK A. HAHN 




LAWRENCE J. 
HALUSEK 



THOMAS F. HAYDEN 



THOMAS R. 
HENNINGSEN 



MICHAEL E. 
HERMES 



JAMES J. HORVATH 



324 







PAUL M. 
INGEVALDSON 



NICHOLAS W. 
JANNITE 



WAYNE J. 
JORGENSEN 



JAMES H. 
JUGHCINSKI 



DENNIS W. 
KENDZIOR 




ROBERT T. KIRST DENNIS W. LAKOMY 



EDWARD C. 
LAUDUSKIE 



ALAN F. LEKSANDER ROBERT E. LISZKA 






DENNIS C. 
LOCKWOOD 



PAUL P. LOH PAUL J. MARNELL 



325 



ROBERT P. 
MARRELLA 



JAMES A. MARTINEC 




GERALD F. MAY PHILIP R. MAY 



JAMES F. 
MC CAFFREY 



THOMAS J. 
MC GOWAN 






Jlrife 




JOHN T. MORAN DAVID T. MORIARTY 



JOSEPH A. 
MOSCHIANO 



GERARD J. OZARK 









THOMAS D. PANDELL DENNIS A. PARKER 



326 



ROBERT L. 
PASQUESI 



DUANE R. PECCI 




ALBERTO I. PEREZ RICHARD T. PHELAN WILLIAM C. POWERS PAUL L. PRICE ERIC I. PYTLIK 




FRANK J. FRANK A. RAMLJAK VINCENT E. RANGEL TIMOTHY W. REGAN JOSEPH T. SHEEHAN 

RACHWALSKI 



Graduates 



Business 




RICHARD F. SMITH 



RICHARD T. 
SOUYOUL 



JOHN P. STANITZ 



327 




LUDWIG A. STRECK MYRA A. SWICK 



CHRISTINE 
TISCHLER 






NORENE A. WADE EDWARD F. WALSH 



LOUISE C. 
WISNIESKI 



Graduates 



Business 




TERESA H. WOJCIK 
328 



BERNADETTE A. KARL M. ZWOLFER 

ZAWILINSKI 



School Of Nursing 

1967 Graduates 










329 





CATHERINE L. 
ACCORSI 



VIRGINIA L. BACH 



BEVERLY D. BEED MARY J. 

BIGONGIARI 




JUDY M. BOEDEKER 




BARBARA E. BOHN SUSAN K. BRADLEY DIANE C. BROWN 



MARYANN M. 
BUBNESS 



MARY JO BUDILL 








SUZANNE C. BULLAT 



MAVOURNEEN 
CAHILL 




EDRIS J. CLARKE 



SHIRLEYAN M. 
COOPMANS 



CHRISTINE 
CWIKLINSKI 



Graduates 

Nursing 



330 




MARYANN 
DEMILLIANO 



ELIZABETH J. 
DOHERTY 



LAURIE A. DONLON 




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SISTER MARY DIANA M. DRESEN 

SHEILA DONOHUE, 
H.H.S. 





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GAIL M. DRING 



SISTER M. 
GABRIELLE, O.S.F. 



DONIA L. GEYER 



JOAN M. GILLERAN SISTER M. GREGORY 




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GAIL P. GRODOSKI VALERIE J. HACKERT 



EILEEN A. 
HARRINGTON 




ANNA K. HEIN JOYCE K. HOLOHAN 



331 



Graduates 



Nursing 




KATHERINE J. 
KELLER 



JUDITH L. KLEES 



MARILYN J. 
KOLANOWSKI 





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BEVERLY J. KOPALA GAIL M. KOPPA CAROL A. KUSNIERZ MARY M. LAWNIK 



ALETA G. 
LEVANDOSKI 




SISTER M. ELLEN 
LOUISE 



SISTER MARY 
LOUISE, L.C.M. 



CAROL A. MACKEY 
332 



PATRICIA A. 
MALONEY 



CAROLE J. MANELLi 



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SISTER M. 
MARGUERITE, O.S.F. 



LINDA L. MASON 



KATHLEEN A. 
MC ANALLY 




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SANDRA MC GARY ANNE E. MC GLONE SISTER MIRIAM 

CECILIA 



SALLIE A. 
MC CAFFREE 




JEANNE P. NEU 



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GERTRUDE S. 
NEUHAUS 



JEAN H. NOVAK 



ELIZABETH A. NANCY J. PASQUALE 

OBERT 

333 




SHARON A, 
PENDLETON 




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SISTER M. PHILIP 



CHRISTINE A. 
PLANUTIS 



CAROL A. POULSOM 



ROSEMARY E. 
PRITCHARD 




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DANA L. ROEHM 




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ANNE M. 
SCHATTEMAN 



iMI 



BARBARA B. 
SCHWEGEL 




CAROLYNN L. 
SCHWIND 



MARY A. 
SCOPACASA 




4\ 

JO ANNE SIMON 



PATRICIA L. SMITH 




NOEL C. SMORON 
334 




SUZANNE M. SOBIN 



SUZANNE M. 
SULLIVAN 



BARBARA J. 
SWANSON 



ROBERTA C. 
TEELING 



MARY K. THEGZE 





DIANE M. 
VANDAGRIFT 



BARBARA ANN 
WAYNE 




i\ 



JANET F. WEGE 



MADELINE S. 
WOJCIK 




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ANTHONY J. YERKES 



Graduates 

Nursing 



335 





336 




University College 
1967 Graduates 




GEORGE A. 
ALEXANDER 



ROBERT G. BARBER 




ROSEANNE BURKE JOHN L. DAMKO CAROL ERICSON 



337 




ANTHONY GARGIULO ALEXANDRA GEKAS PATRICK L. JAMES A. HANSON 

GUBBINS 





HELEN M. HOFFMAN 



JERRY L. 
JANOWICK 



ANNA M. JONES 





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REV. BERNADINE P. JOSEPH W. LANG ANNETTE L. LANGER ALEXANDRA MC NAIR 

LAGHEZZA 



JAMES M. 
MITCHELL JR. 



338 







EARL C. OLSEN RUTH PERHACK CAROL PETER JOHN R, PONINSKI EILEEN RICE 






1 

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ELWOOD RILEY JAY R. SABATH ANDREA E. SAFFOLD JIM SALTORE DONALD R. SIDMAN 



Graduates 

University College 




DAVID F. SCULLY 



339 




CONRAD J. STOZEK J. STUART 



W. TOWERS 




T^' t^ '^ 



ANTHONY S. 
WENCKUS 



GERALD J. WHITE 



WALTER A. 
WINCHELL 



THEODORE J. 
WORKUN 



Graduates 

University College 



340 



Graduate School 
1967 Graduates 




MICHAEL C. 
BERTHOLD 




JOHN R. BROWN LAZZEROW BROWN SIMON H. FANG 



IMELDA W. 
GALLAGHER 



JOHN F. KULA 




WILLIAM R. NEWTON DONNA A. PELTZER 



EDWARD A. 
QUATTROCKI 



SURENDRA B. 
SAHGAL 



341 




342 



Stritch School Of Medicine 
1967 Graduates 




ALBERT ADAMS DENNIS A. BAKER RONALD BERARDI 




JAMES R. BERG KENNETH BISTRICKY ROBERT BOCKEL JAMES BOUTROUS GERALD BRESNAHAN 

343 




PETER A. BRUSCA 



RICHARD M. 
BUCHTA 



JOHN BURGIN 



PHILLIP L. 
CACIOPPO 



PATRICIA A. 
CALVELLO 




EUGENE J. CARLISLE PAUL D. CHICATELLI WILLIAM H. EGAN JOHN ESPINOSA DAVID G. GARDNER 





RICHARD GREEN PATRICK C. GRIFFIN WILLIAM E. HANNON HENRY HOLLANDER ALEXANDRA M. 

ILKIW 



344 




AL JENKINS JEFFREY JOHNSON THOMAS E. JOHNSON 



Graduates 



Medicine 




THEODORE M. 
KANELLAKES 



ROBERT J. KANIA 



MARSHALL M. 
KAPLAN 




JOHN P. KIRCHNER ROBERT J. KWOK JOHN F. LEE 



345 




JAMES W. LEWIS ROBERT H. LUND THOMAS J. MARR EDWARD J. McGINN JOHN M. MEDVED 




BONNIE MILLER THOMAS MINOQUE 



RAYMOND T. 
MORRISSY 



THOMAS MURPHY JOHN H. NEIS 




STEVEN PINSKY 



THEODORE E. 
PLUCINSKI 



STEVEN R. POTSIG JAMES A. RAETTIG 

346 



RAYMOND D. 
SANTUCCI 





ROBERT SAWICKI JOSEPH F. SCAVETTA ANGELO C. SORCE CHRISTIAN STEHR 




JON TOUSSAINT ROBERT P. TUFO 



S. GLADYS 
VALOOKAREN 



DONALD E. 
WEDGBURY 



347 



Graduates 



Medicine 





WAYNE K. 
ADAMSON 




SHELDON ALTSCHUL 



348 



School Of Dentistry 
1967 Graduates 




ROY O. APPELGREN 



EDWARD D. 
BARRELIER 



ROBERTA. BENNY 




GEOFFREY M. BILD DAVID A. BINOTTI 



JOHN D. BLOCK PAUL P. BOCK 

349 



Graduates 

Dentistry 




JAMES D. BROWN 



RICHARD F. 
CALLAHAN 



RICHARD J. 
CAMPBELL 



JOSEPH B. 
CAPPIELLO 




RONALD W. CARROLL ROBERT R. CARTER 



TIMOTHY T. 
CHATTON 



JOHN W. CLANCY 




DEAN D. COLE RONALD A. COOK BERNARD W. CROSS WILLIAM J. DEVLIN 

350 




RICHARD W. 
ECONOMOU 



PATRICK J. FALVEY 



RONALD J. 
FERNBACH 



MARK L. FINN 



HERBERT I. 
FRIEDMAN 




'F*; i^^y 






JOHN R. FROH DANIEL B. FUERTGES THOMAS S. GOLEC 



THOMAS A. 
HAGEDORN 



LANE A. 
HARBERTSON 




RONALD C. HARTZER GERALD R. HEIMAN JACK L. HILDE ROBERT J. HODUR 

351 



ROBERT L. 
HOFFMANN 





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RONALD L. ISBELL ROBERT D. JAMES DONALD P. JOHNSON 



DONALD T. KAWANE JOHN F. KLEIN 





LANCE W. KRUSE EUGENE T. JOSEPH A. LADONE 

KWIECIEN 



RAYMOND L. LANG CLARENCE J. LARKIN 





GEO. E. LEMIRE PHILIP J. LEVOY DENNIS A. LIND 



RUDOLFO LUDENA 



RONALD E. 
MAGNUSON 



352 



Graduates 



Dentistry 




JOHN D. MARTIN STANLEY J. MATUSIK 




JAMES J. 
MC CLUGAGE 



THOMAS F. 
MC MAHON 



ROBERT M. MENDEZ 






DENNIS J. MIKUTIS ARNOLD S. MOROF 




JOSEPH S. 
MORRISSEY 



ROBERT C. MUELLER THOMAS W. NALE 






JOHN P. O'MALLEY RICHARD S. OCHWAT 



FREDERICK J. 
ORENDACH 



KENNETH H. 
PETERSON 



EDMOND P. PISARSKI 



353 



Graduates 



Dentistry 










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ROBERT S. POLOVY GARY M. POPYAK RONALD A. POWELL 




JOHN R. RIGGS ROBERT C. ROLOS EDWARD C. SAMPLES 




DAVID C. 
PULSIPHER 



KEITH C. RADLEY 




NILS F. SANDSTROM 



RICHARD L. 
SAUNDERS 



354 




GLENN S. 
SCHWEITZER 



RICHARD C. SHUKES JAMES W. SISLO ERNEST L. SKOWRON EDWARD R. STABELL 




SAM J. STASSI 



CHARLES R. 
STEARNS 



JOHN F. SULLIVAN WILLIAM E. TOOLSON DAVID C. VALENTINE 




EDWARD F. WALSH JOHN F. WEBB NEIL S. WILNER JOHN R. 

WITTENBROOK 

355 



RICHARD W. 
ZAWADZKI 




356 



School Of Law 
1967 Graduates 





Mm 




RAYMOND F. 
AGRELLA 



LUCIEN R. BATTIATO EDMUND P. BOLAND 



FRANK M. 
BONIFACIC 



WILLIAM I. 
CALDWELL 




PETER M. CALLAHAN 



RICHARD J. 
COCHRAN 



COLEMAN M. 
CONNOLLY 



WARREN R. FULLER EDWARD J. HALLE 



357 




EMERY J. HOMOR 



JOEL KLEIN 



GERALD E. 
KUBASIAK 



RONALD A. 
LEBOWITZ 



MICHAEL J. 
MADIGAN 




WALTER J. MONCO 



ZENON F. 
MYSZKOWSKI 



THOMAS J. NOVAK 



JOSEPH P. 
OHALLORAN 



JOHN C. 
PENDERGAST 



Graduates 



Law 




JAMES W. RITT 



RAYMOND J. 
SANDERS 



JAMES H. WILLIAMS 
358 



BEEHNER, MICHAEL L 
Libertyville, Illinois 



Biology 



Arts Council 3,4, Treasurer 3, Communique 
Ed-in-Chlef 3, Pres. 4; Blue Key 3,4, Alum. 
Secy 4; Loyola News 2,3,4; Sigma Delta Phi 
2,3,4, Secy 4; SAL 1; Tri-Council 4, Exec. 
Officer 4; Y.D.'s 1. 



Graduate Directory 



ABEGG, O.F.M. CONV., 
Chicago, Illinois 



VICTOR P. 



Chemistry 



American Chemical Society 1; Honors Coun- 
cil 3,4; Loyola News 2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 
3,4. 

ABENE, ROBERT MICHAEL 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 



BAILEY, PETER 
Chicago, Illinois 



BALANCH, WAYNE A. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Historical Society 2. 



Medicine 



History 



BENIGNO, KAREN D. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 1,2; Equestrian Society 2. 



BERG, JAMES R. 
Grand Rapids, Michigan 

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



Medicine 



Anthropology Club 3; Blue Key 3,4; Loyola 
News 1,4; Psychology Club 4; SAB 4, Inde- 
pendent Rep. 4; United Independents of Loy- 
ola 2,3,4, Founder 2, President 2,3; Wasmann 
1,2. 



BALTRUM, ROBERT J. 

Bellwood, III. Marketing 

Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4, Chancellor 2,3,4. 



BERGAN, HAROLD 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Loyola News 3; YD's 2,3,4. 



ADAMSON, WAYNE K. 
American Fork, Utah 

Dental School Choir 
Representative 2,3,4. 

AKERS, PAUL T. 
Chicago, illinois 

Alpha Delta Gamma 2,3,4; Monogram 1,2,3,4, 
President 3,4; Swimming Team 1,2,3,4; Was- 
mann 1,2; Water Polo Team 1,2,3,4, Captain 
3,4. 



Dentistry 
1,2; Student Council 



Biology 



AMAR, YVONNE ADELE 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Cadence 1,2,3,4, Managing Editor 3, Ed. 4; 
Circumference 3,4; Epsilon Phi Rho 1,2,3; 
Modern Language Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, 
President 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Pi Delta Epsi- 
lon 3,4, Treasurer 4; Pi Delta Phi 3,4, Vice- 
President 3,4. 



ANNES, CAROL ANNE 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Psychology Club 4. 

APPELGREN, ROY OSCAR LEONARD 
Hickory Hills, Illinois Dentistry 

Apollonia Guild 1,2,3,4; Class Treas. 3,4; Out- 
door and Sportsman Club 3,4, Vice-President 
3, President 4; Student Council 4; Xi Psi Phi 
1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Pres. 4. 



BACH, VIRGINIA L. 
Elmwood Park, Illinois 



Nursing 



Nursing Council 4; Registered Nurse Div. 3,4, 
Treasurer 4. 



BARNES, DANIEL F. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Psychology 



Honors Council 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Loyolan 
3,4, Scheduling Ed. 3, Ed.-in-chief 4; Phi Sig- 
ma Tau 3,4; Psychology Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Blue Key 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 4. 



BARTH, PATRICIA A. 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Coed Club 1,2; Historical Society 3,4; SNEA 
4; SAL 2. 



BATTAGLIA, VINCENT E. 
Chicago, Illinois 



History 



CALM 3,4: Historical Society 4; Italian Club 
3,4; Knights of Columbus 2,3,4. 



BATTIATO, LUCIEN R. 
Chicago, illinois 

BAUKERT, BARBARA F. 
Brookfield, Illinois 



Law 



Psychology 



Coed Rifle Team 2; Historical Society 1; SAL 
3; Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4; UAB 2. 



BAZIOTES, NICKOLAS G. 

Chicago, Illinois Admin. & Supvr. 



BEAULIEU, JOHN G. 

Glenview, Illinois Biology 

CALM 3; Knights of Columbus 2,3,4, Treas. 
2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



BERTHOLD, MICHAEL C. 
Munster, Indiana 



BEUTEL, ERNEST W. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



BIGA, BARBARA A. 
Niies, Illinois 



Psychology 



Biology 



Education 



Historical Society 1,2; Lodorians 1,2; SNEA 
3,4. 



BIGONGIARI, MARY JULIA 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 2; Cir- 
cumference 3,4, Treasurer 4; Freshman Nurs- 
ing Class Pres.; Nursing Council 1,2,3,4, Sec- 
retary 1, Treasurer 2, Union Board Rep. 3; 
Senior Nursing Class Secretary; Soph. Nurs- 
ing Class Pres.; Variety Show Director 3. 



BIRD, GEORGE JOSEPH 
Chicago, Illinois 

Track Team 1,2,3,4, Captain 4. 



History 



BIRD, RICHARD MICHAEL 
Chicago, Illinois 



Political Science 



Historical Society 1,2; Phi Kappa Theta 1,2,3,4, 
Historian 1, Pledgemaster 2,3, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Political Science Club 2. 



360 



BISKUP, NANCY STEPHANIE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Biology 



Kappa Beta Gamma 2,3,4; Pow-Wow Com- 
mittee 3, Chairman 3; Stebler Hall Judiciary 
Board 3; Wasmann 1. 



BROWN, DIANE CATHERINE 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Nursing Council 4; Sigma Theta Tau 3,4; 
SNAI 1,2,3,4; Variety Show 2; YR's 3,4. 



BUTLER, VERONICA LEAH 

Peoria, Illinois Biology 

Honors Council 3,4; Loyola Women 3; Loyo- 
lan 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Wasmann 3. 



BLANEY, ANTONIA LOUISE 
Skokie, Illinois 



Education 



Coed Club 1,2,3; Foreign Students Associa- 
tion 2; Loyolan 1; S.A.L. 3,4; SNEA 4; Student 
Senate 4; Theta Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4. Pledge- 
mistress 3, Vice-Pres. 4. 



BLOCK, JOHN DAVID 
Cincinnati, Ohio 



Dentistry 



Blue Key 3,4; Outdoorsmans & Adventurers 
Club 3; Psi Omega 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice- 
Pres. 3; S.A.D.A. 1,2,3,4; Ski Club 4. 



BOGAN, JAMES JOSEPH 

La Grange, Illinois English 

Honors Council 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 

BOHLMAN, DENNIS JOHN 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Epsllon Pi Rho 1,2,3; Historical Society 4. 



BROWN, JOHN RALSTON 

Evanston, Illinois Education 

Foreign Students Association 1. 



BROWN, LAZZEROW JR. 

Chicago, Illinois Adm.-Supvr. 

BRZOZA, DONETTA MARLENE 



Chicago, Illinois 
Math Club 4. 



Mathematics 



BUBNESS, MARYANN MARGARET 
Worth, Illinois 



Nursing 



CALM 2; Chamberlain Hall Judiciary Council 
2; Circumference 3,4; Panhellenic Council 
3,4; St. Joseph Manor Judiciary Council 3; 
SNAI 1,2,3,4; Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Panhel- 
lenic Delegate 3,4. 



BUCHTA, RICHARD MICHAEL 
Binghamton, New York 



BYRNE, KATHERINE LEE 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Curtain Guild 2,3,4; Historical Society 1,2,3,4; 
YCS 1. 



Medicine 



BYRNE, MICHAEL A. 
Chicago, Illinois 

CACIOPPO, PHILLIP LEON 
Chicago, Illinois 

SAMA 1,2,3,4. 

CAHILL, MAVOURNEEN 
Skokie, Illinois 
Loyolan 4. 

CALVELLO, PATRICIA ANN 

Chicago, Illinois Medicine 

SAMA 4; St. Luke's Committee 1; Jr. Branch 
WAMA, President 1. 



Law 



Medicine 



Nursing 



BOHN, BARBARA ELIZABETH 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Nursing Council 4. 

BORYSENKO, LUCY 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Loyolan 4; Math Club 4. 

BRAUN, RUTH ELLEN 

Hillside, Illinois Psychology 

Lodorians 1; Psychology Club 3,4. 

BREDEMANN, DAVID LEE 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 3,4; Loyola Men 2. 

BREITENBACH, JOHN JOSEPH 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Gold Torch 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Rangers 2,3, 
Squad Leader 2. 



BRONARS, JUDITH MARIAN 
Harwood Heights 



Education 



Coed Club 4; Equestrian Club 3; Historical 
Society 3; SNEA 3,4. 



BUDILL, MARY JO 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Kappa Beta Gamma 2,3,4; Loyolan 4; Variety 
Show 1,2; YD's 1,2,4; Wasmann 1. 



BUHL, RICHARD EDWARD 
Chicago, Illinois 



Speech 



Curtain Guild 1.2,3,4; Gold Torch 1,2; His- 
torical Society 4; Knights of Colombus 1,2; 
UIL 2; YR's 1,2,3,4. 



BURKE, JOHN JEROME 
Chicago, Illinois 



History 



MICHAEL STEVEN 



BUSCHBACHER, 

Chicago, Illinois Finance 

Blue Key 3,4; Business Council 1,2; Secretary- 
Treasurer 1; Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4, Pres. 1; 
Economics-Finance Society 3,4; IFC 2,3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 3. 



BUSSCHER, WARREN JOHN 
Wilmette, Illinois 



Physics 



Blue Key 3,4; Honors Council Senator 3; 
Loyolan 3,4, Captions Ed. 3; Loyola News 
2,3,4, Managing Ed. 3; Loyola Men 2; Physics 
Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 
2,3,4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4, Pres. 4. 



CANGELOSl, PETER ANTHONY 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 4; American Chemical 
Society 1; Knights of Columbus 3,4; Modern 
Language Club 4; SAM 4. 

CAPRIOTTI, LAURENCE WAYNE 

Chicago Heights, Illinois History 

Gonzaga Hall Assistant Manager 2; Italian 
Club 4; Historical Society 1. 



CARROLL, MARY A. 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Chamberlain Hall Vice-President 2; Circum- 
ference 3,4; Curtain Guild 4; Historical 
Society 4; Loyola News 1,2,3, Copy Editor 2; 
Loyolan 2,3,4, co-editor 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; 
Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4. 



CATELLI, NORMAN JOSEPH 



North Riverside, Illinois 




Accounting 


CHAIKOVSKY, LARYSA 


OKSANA 




Chicago, 


Illinois 




Biology 


CHAVIN, 


PAUL ANTHONY 




Chicago, 


Illinois 




Biology 


Tau Delta Phi 1,2,3,4. 







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DANZA, SALVATORE MICHAEL 

Chicago, Illinois Marketing 

Delta Sigma Pi 3,4; Marketing Club 4; SAL 
3,4. 



DEL GRECO, ROBERT DAVID 

Chicago, Illinois English 

History Club 1,2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



CHIANELLI, CHARLES ANTHONY 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 3,4; Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4, 
Secretary 3, Vice-Pres 4, Pledgemaster 4; 
Bus. Ad. Council 1; Secretary-Treasurer 1. 



CHICATELLI, PAUL DOUGLAS 

Conneaut, Ohio Medicine 

SAMA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4. 



CHODKOWSKI, DONALD C. 
Norridge, Illinois 

SAM 4. 



ONONIS, CHRISTINE SOPHIA 



Management 



Chicago, Illinois 



CHWIERUT, MARCIA LYNN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Education 



Circumference 4; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Treas- 
urer 4; SAL 2,3; SNEA 2,3,4, Treasurer 4. 



CIEPLAK, KATHLEEN THERESE 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Circumference 4: Kappa Beta Gamma 3,4; 
Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Variety Show 4, Secretary 
4. 



ClOMBOR, RODERICK CHARLES 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 



CONNERY, PATRICIA KAY 
Chicago, Illinois 



Psychology 



Circumference 4; Coed Club 4; Equestrian 
Society 2; Historical Society 1,3,4, Rec. Sec. 
3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4, Secretary 4; Psychol- 
ogy Club 3,4, Rec. Secretary 4. 



CONNIFF, KATHLEEN MARY 
Oak Park, Illinois 

Coed Club 1,2; SNEA 4. 



Education 



CONLON, DENNIS M. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Marketing Club 4. 



Marketing 



CONNER, CHERYL K. 

Elmhurst, Illinois Political Selene 

Italian Club 4; Lodorians 1; Variety Show 1; 
YD's 1. 



CONNOLLY, PATRICIA CATHERINE 
Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Circumference 4; Nursing Council 2,3,4; 
Spanish Club 4. 



COOK, GEORGE H. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Urban Studies Phi Sigma Tau 4. 



COPEK, PETER JOSEPH 
Downers Grove, Illinois 



English 



English 



Honors Council 3,4; Loyola News 2,3,4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4, Treasurer 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 
3,4. 



CORBOY, SHEILA MARIE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Mathematics 



Circumference 4; Coed Club 2,3,4; Historical 
Society 1; Math Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treas- 
urer 4; Phi Mu 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Phi Sigma 
Tau 3,4. 



COULOLIAS, ALKIVIATHIS PHILIP 
Elmhurst, Illinois Biology 

Interfraternity Council 1, Treasurer 1; Tau 
Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4. 



CRIMMINS, GERALD M. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Psychology 



Curtain Guild 2; Pi Alpha Lambda 2,3,4, 
Pledgemaster 3; Variety Show 3. 



CRINION, JOHN C. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Chemistry 



American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4, President 
4. 



DE MILLIANO, MARYANN 

Brookfield, Illinois Nursing 

DE ORIO, ANTHONY JOSEPH 

Elmwood Park, Illinois Biology 

Blue Key 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2. 



DEVLIN, WILLIAM JOHN 
Northbrook, Illinois 



Dentistry 



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



DICKINSON, CECILY R. 

Evanston, Illinois Anthropology 

Chardin Society 3,4, Corresponding Sec. 4. 

Dl lORIO, LEONARD JOSEPH 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 4; SAM 3,4, Recording Sec- 
retary 3, Corresponding Secretary 4; Was- 
mann 1. 



DOHERTY, ELIZABETH JOSEPHINE 
Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

SNAI 1,2. 



DOLEZAL, VICTORIA HELEN 

Berwyn, Illinois English 

Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3; Equestrian Soc. 1; His- 
torical Society 1; Loyola News 2; Phi Sigma 
Tau, 3,4; SNEA 4, Publicity Chairman 4. 



DOLIGALA, DENNIS THOMAS 
Chicago, Illinois 

Speakeasy Association 1,2. 



History 



DONAHUE, JOHN FRANCIS 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Arts Council 1, 2, President 1, Vice-President 
2; Orient. Committee 3, Chairman 3; SAB 4, 
Chair. 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4; UAB 2. Arts 
Council Representative 2; University Week- 
end Committee Vice-Chairman 3. 



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DONLON, LAURIE ANNE 

Crystal Lake, Illinois Nursing 



DONOVAN, PATRICIA MARY 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

CALM 2; Human Relations Club 3,4; Variety 
Show 1. 



DOROSHENKO, LUDMYLA 
Chicago, Illinois 



DRAKE, BONNIE 
Lyons, Illinois 



DRAUS, GILBERT FRANK 
Chicago, Illinois 



DRING, GAIL MARY 
Oak Park, Illinois 

Variety Show 1. 



Spanish 



Accounting 



Nursing 



EMMETT, PAUL JAMES 

Morton Grove, Illinois Mathematics 

Honors Council 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



ERNST, MARTHA ANN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Drama 



Curtain Guild 3,4; Equestrian Club 2; Radio 
and TV Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Reader's 
Circle 3. 



ERTMAN, RICHARD PAUL 
Bellwood, Illinois 



Marketing 



Medicine Marketing Club 3,4. 



FEGAN, JOHN J. 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Alpha Delta Gamma 1,2,3,4, Social Chair. 2, 
Vice-President 3, President 4; Swimming 
Team 1,2.3,4, Captain 1; Water Polo Team 
1,2,3,4. 



FROEHLICH, NANCY THERESE 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Math Club 2,3,4; SAL 4; UIL 3,4. 



FUERTGES, DANIEL BERNARD 

Bradlord, Illinois Dentistry 

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



FUTTERER, MARY LOU 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

GABEL, ARN RICHARD 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Historical Society 3,4; Y.D.'s 3. 



GAMBLA, RICHARD JOSEPH 

Oak Lawn, Illinois Latin 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 3,4. 



DURLAK, JOSEPH ALLEN 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Honors Council 3,4; Loyolan 4, Business Man- 
ager 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4; Psychology Club 
4, Treasurer 4. 



DZIEDZINA, DIANA PATRICIA 
Park Ridge, Illinois 



Marketing 



Business Administration Coed Club 1,2,3,4; 
Business Administration Student Coun. Sec- 
retary 3; Econ-Finance Society 4; Marketing 
Club 3,4; Ski Club 3,4, Vice-President 3,4; 
SAM 4; YR's 3,4. 



EDGEWORTH, ROBERT JOSEPH 

Chicago, Illinois Classical Languages 

Epsilon Pi Rho 2,3; YR's 3, Executive Board 
3. 



EGAN, WILLIAM HUTTON 
River Forest, Illinois 



EICHINGER, DONNA JEAN 
Decatur, Illinois 



Medicine 



Biology 



CALM 1,3; Loyola Women 1,2,3; Loyolan 4, 
Production Editor 4; Wasmann 2,3. 



SISTER M. ELLEN LOUISE, C.S.C. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Welfare Committee 4. 



Nursing 



FERRARO, JUDITH THERESE 

Oak Park, Illinois English 

Coed Club 1,2; Historical Society 4; SAL 2. 



FITCH, NINA MARIE 
Plymouth, Ohio 



Biology 



Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Stebler Hall Pres. 2; 
Variety Show 1,2,3; Wasmann 1,2. 



FITZPATRICK, COLLEEN ANN 

Chicago, Illinois Education 



FORMELL, ARTHUR ALAN 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; SAM 4. 



FOSTER, ROBERT GERALD 

Elgin, Illinois Political Science 

Historical Society 1; Honors Council 4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4. 



FREEBURG, QUENTIN ALFRED 
Chicago, Illinois 



Biology 



FRITZ, FREDERICK PAUL 

Chicago, Illinois Business Administraion 

Marketing Club 4; SAM 4. 



GARDNER, JOSEPH EUGENE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Sociology 



Phi Kappa Theta 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1; Human 
Relations Club 4. 



GARVEY, RICHARD J. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Philosophy 



Blue Key 3,4; Junior Class President; Tau 
Kappa Epsilon 1.2,3,4, Historian 3, President 
4; Loyola News 1,2,3; SAB 4; Tri-Council 3; 
SAL 2,3,4. 



GAYNOR, JOHN MICHAEL 
Chicago, Illinois 



Accounting 



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



GENDRON, NANETTE MARIE 

Chicago, Illinois History 

CALM 1. 

GERACE, JAMES EDWARD 

Candor, New York Medicine 

Phi Chi 4; SAMA 4. 



GERAGHTY, MARTIN PATRICK 



Chicago, Illinois 



Political Science 



Loyola News 1,2, L.T. News Editor 2; Loy- 
olan 3; Phi Kappa Theta 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 
3,4; Historical Society 1; Y.D.'s 3; Epsilon 
Pi Rho 1,2,3. 



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GUZIEL, EDWIN FRANCIS 

Chicago, Illinois Personnel Management 

SAM 4. 

HAFNER, C.S.V. FREDERICK JOHN 
Chicago, Illinois Spanish 



Graduate Directory 



GERKE, JAMES H. 

Park Ridge, Illinois Marketing 

Marketing Club 3,4; Knights of Columbus 3,4. 



GERSTENBRAND, KONRAD 
Evanston, Illinois 

Marketing Club 4; SAM 4. 



GILLERAN, JOAN MARIE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Marketing 



Nursing 



GRAHAM, MARY KATHERINE 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Curtain Guild 1; Psychology Club 2; Theta 
Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Publicity Chairman 3, His- 
torian 4; SAL 3. 



GRAHAM, ROBERT RAYMOND 

River Forest, Illinois Political Science 

Human Relations Club 2, Treasurer 2; Arts 
Council 4, Senator 4. 



HAGEDORN, THOMAS ANTHONY 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Dental Choir 1, 2; St. Appolonia Guild 
1,2,3,4. 



HAHN, FRANK ALEXANDER 

Blue Island, Illinois Accounting 

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



HAJDUK, ROBERT STEVEN 
Chicago, Illinois 

Psychology Club 3,4; U.I.L. 3. 



Psychology 



GILSINAN, JAMES FRANCIS 

Oak Park, Illinois Sociology 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Human Relations Club 
3,4, Vice President 4. 



GIUNTA, BETTYANN ANGELA 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4; Coed Club 1,2,3; Hu- 
man Relations Club 2,3,4; YD's 2,3,4. 



GRIFFIN, PATRICK C. 

Grand Rapids, Michigan Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4; SAMA 1,2,3,4. 



GRODOSKI, GAIL PATRICIA 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 1,2,3,4, Corresponding 
Secretary 2, Vice President 3; Circumference 
3,4; Panhellenic 3, Chairman-Rush Workshop 
3; Pow-Wow 2,3, "Miss Loyola" 3. 



HALLE, EDWARD JOSEPH 
Park Ridge, Illinois 



Law 



Phi Alpha Delta 4; Student Bar Association 
1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. 



HALUSEK, LAWRENCE JOHN 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 1. 



GOGOLA, SHARON KATHRYN 

Bellwood, Illinois Sociology 

Human Relations Club 1,2,3; YD's 1. 

GOICOECHEA, ROBERT BRIAN 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Cadence 2,3,4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4. 

GOGLIN, AUREL EUGENE 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Historical Society 1; Wasmann 1. 



GOLDEN, ROBERT JOHN 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Drill Team 1,2,3,4; Sociology Club 2,3; 
Knights of Columbus 3,4; Scabbard and 
Blade 3,4, President 4. 



GORMAN, PAUL WILLIAM 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 



GROHAR, WILLIAM PATRICK 
Joliet, Illinois 



Psychology 



Alpha Delta Gamma 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4 
Swimming Team 1,2,3,4, Manager 1,2,3,4 
Water Polo Club 1,2,3,4, Manager 1,2,3,4 
Monogram Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4. 



GROTE, GEORGE MICHAEL 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Italian Club 3; Loyola Men 1; Variety Show 2. 



GROVER, MARY RUTH 
Alma, Michigan 



Biology 



Loyola News 2; Loyola Women 1,2,3: Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4; Wasmann 2,3. 



GUADAGNO, THOMAS EDWARD 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Modern Language Club 1; Monogram Club 
1,2,3,4; Political Science Club 4; Track Team 
1,2,3; YD's 1,4. 



HALVERSON, SALLY BERTHA 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 



HARBERTSON, LANE A. 
Roy, Utah 

Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4. 



Dentistry 



HARRIGAN, MICHAEL JOSEPH 

Evergreen Park, Illinois History 

Historical Soc. 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



HARRINGTON, EILEEN ANN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Circumference 3,4; Nursing Council 3,4; Sen- 
ior Class President 4; St. Joseph's Manor 
Council 2, Secretary 2. 



HART, JOHN CLIFTON 
Chicago, Illinois 

Historical Society 3,4. 



History 



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HARTZER, RONALD C. 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

St. Appolonia Guild 1,2; Xi Psi Phi 1,2,3,4. 



HAYDEN, THOIVIAS F. 
Morton Grove, Illinois 



Accounting 



Accounting Club 2,3,4; Econ-Finance Society 
2; Loyolan 2; Historical Society 1; Ski Club 3. 



HOSEK, CHRISTINE MARIE 
Downers Grove, Illinois 



Sociology 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Coed 
Club 1; Human Relations Club 2,4; YD's 
1,2,3,4. 



HUGUENARD, MICHAEL ALAN 

Chicago, Illinois Theology 



JANNITE, NICHOLAS WAYNE 
Chicago, Illinois 

Accounting Club 4. 



Accounting 



JANULAITIS, MINDAUGAS VICTOR 
Chicago, Illinois Biology 

SAL 3,4, General Chairman 3,4; SAB 3,4; Tau 
Delta Phi 1,2,3.4, Secretary 3; UAB 3; Variety 
Show 1,2,3,4; Wasmann 1. 



HEALY, EILEEN MARIE 

Chicago, Illinois Education 



HEDRICK, WILLIAM KENNETH 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Arts Council 4; Historical Society 1,2,3,4; 
Loyola News 4; TrI-Council 4. 



HELLGETH, ROBERT JOSEPH 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Historical Society 1; UIL 4. 



HENNINGSEN, THOMAS REX 

Chicago, Illinois Marketing 

Concert Chorus 1; Marketing Club 4; YD's 4. 



HUNT, EDMUND B. 
Broadview, Illinois 



History 



HERKEL, JOHN WAYNE 
Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



Biology 



HESOTIAN, SHARON LYNN 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 3; Equestrian Society 3; SNEA 3,4. 



HOFHERR, JOHN DOUGLAS 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Arts Council 4; Loyola Men 2; Rome Center 
Yearbook 3; SAB 4. 



HOLOHAN, JOYCE KATHRYN 

Morton Grove, Illinois Nursing 

General Nursing Council 3; Nursing Council 
4. 



HORVATH, JAMES JOHN 

Chicago, Illinois Accounting 

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



Historical Society 4; Loyolan 4; Loyola News 
2,3,4, Sports Ed. 2,3; Pi Delta Epsilon 4; 
Track Team 1,2,3. 



HYNEK, JOHN JEROME 
Cicero, Illinois 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



IBURG, WILLIAM JOHN 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Chemistry 



American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4; Honors 
Council 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



IGNOFFO, MATTHEW FREDERICK 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Gold Torch 2,3.4, Secretary 3, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Rangers 3; Scabbard and 
Blade 3,4. 



ILKIW, ALEXANDRA MARIA 
Chicago, Illinois 

SAMA 1,2.3,4; WAMA 1,2,3,4. 



Medicine 



INGEVALDSON, PAUL MARTIN 

Berkeley, Illinois Management 

SAM 4; Sigma Pi 2.3,4, Treasurer 4; Wasmann 
1,2. 



IVANIC, CLAUDETTE ANN 
Niles, Illinois 



Latin 



CALM 2; Coed Club 1; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4, 
Treasurer 3; Modern Language Club 3,4. 



JACOBSON, MICHAEL HAROLD 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4, President 2.3; Amer- 
ican Chemical Society 1; Loyolan 2; Loyola 
News 2; Psychology Club 1,2.3; Variety Show 
2,3; Wasmann 1,2,3. 



JAROLIM, JUNE ELLEN 

Hollywood, Illinois History 

Historical Society 2,3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



Nursing 



JEROME, MARCELLE M. 
Chicago, Illinois 

General Nursing Council 2,3,4. 

JOEBGEN, FRANCIS HENRY 

Sumner, Iowa Psychology 

American Chemical Society 1; Knights of 
Columbus 2,3,4; Loyola Hall Senate 1,2, 
Treasurer 2; Loyola News 1,2.4, Photo. Ed. 
2,4; Loyolan 2; Psychology Club 4; Rome 
Center Yearbook 3, Photo Editor 3. 



JONES, ANNA MAE 

Bobbins, Illinois Education 

JORDAK, WILLIAM LOUIS 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

JORDAN, RICHARD M. 

Glenview, Illinois Psychology 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4: Cadence 3.4, Managing 
Editor 3, Editor 4; Epsilon PI Rho 2,3; Hon- 
ors Council 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Psychology 
Club 3,4. 



JOYCE, JO ANNE MARIE 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

SNEA 4. 

JUBYNA, STEPHEN ROY 

Chicago, Illinois French 

Phi Sigma Tau 3. 

JUOZEVICIUS, JURATE ALEKSANDRA 
Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Human Relations Club 4. 



KAMINSKI, MITCHELL VALENTINE JR. 
Chicago, Illinois Medicine 



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KLOS, CAROLYN B. 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Co-ed Club 1; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; Fine 
Arts Club 3,4; Loyolan 2; Ptii Sigma Tau 
3,4; SIEA 4. 



KNIPPER, JOHN JAMES 
Chicago, Illinois 



Biology 



KANIA, KENNETH EDWARD 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Arts Council 4, Senator 4; CALM 3,4; Human 
Relations Club 3. 



KENNEDY, HELEN CONSTANCE 

La Grange, Illinois Sociology 

Historical Society 2; Sociology Club 4. 



KNUTH, THOMAS CHARLES 

Wes?c/7es(er, Illinois English 

Historical Society 1; YD's 1; SNEA 4; SIEA 4. 



KAPLAN, MARSHALL MAYER 
Chicago, Illinois 



Medicine 



Junior Class Secretary; Phi Delta Epsilon 3,4; 
Senior Class Treasurer; Student Council 3,4. 



KARPUS, JAMES THOMAS 
Elmhurst, Illinois 

Piii Sigma Tau 3,4; Wasmann 1,3. 



Biology 



KERBS, RICHARD JOHN 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Math Club 4; Young Democrats 1. 



KINNEY, KENNETH RAPHAEL 

Deerfield, Illinois Philosophy 

Delta Sigma Phi 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Phi- 
losophy Club 4. 



KOBEL, LINDA MARIA 
Chicago, Illinois 



Anthropology 



Chardin Anthropological Society 3,4, Vice 
President 4; Circumference 4; Kappa Beta 
Gamma 3,4; Wasmann 1. 



KOPALA, BEVERLY J. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4. 



Nursing 



KAVANAGH, KATHLEEN ANN 
Riverdale, Illinois 



History 



Co-ed Club 1; Historical Society 2; Young 
Democrats 1. 



KAWANE, DONALD TAKEJI 
Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii 



Dentistry 



KIRST, ROBERT THOMAS 

Niles, Illinois Accounting 

Accounting Club 2,4; Sigma Delta Phi 3,4. 



KLEES, JUDITH LOUISE 
Chicago, Illinois 

Alpha Tau Delta 3,4; CALM 1. 



Nursing 



KOPPA, GAIL MAUREEN 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 



KRUPA, RAYMOND ROMAN 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Historical Society 1,2,3,4; SNEA 3,4, Presi- 
dent 4; YD's 1,2. 



KELLER, KATHERINE JOYCE 
Chicago, Illinois 

General Nursing Council 2. 



KLEM, JAMES G. 
Nursing Cincinnati, Ohio 



English 



Loyola News 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1,2,3,4, 
Historian 2. 



KUBIK, JAMES JOHN 
N/7es, Illinois 

Glee Club 1, Vice President 1. 



English 



KEMPFER, SUSAN J. 
Downers Grove, Illinois 



History 



Circumference 4; Historical Society 1,4, Vice 
President 4; Italian Club 4; Ski Club 2. 



KENDZIOR, DENNIS WILLIAM 

Addison, Illinois Management 

SAM 1. 



KENNEDY, ANNE MARGARET 

Midland, Texas Psychology 

CALM 1,2; Stebler Hall Social Chairman 2; 
Student Council, Rome Center 3; UAB 2; 
Women's Inter-Hall Council 2. 



KLIMAS. RONALD EUGENE 

Summit, Illinois Psychology 

Gold Torch 2,3,4; Phi Kappa Theta 1,2,3,4, 
Secretary 2, President 3; Psychology Club 3; 
Scabbard and Blade 3,4. 



KLOBA. KENNETH DOUGLAS 

Cicero, Illinois Sociology 

Historical Society 4; Human Relations Club 
3; Lithuanian Club 4; Spanish Club 4. 



KLOCKER, MICHAEL JOSEPH 
Skokie, Illinois 

Historical Society 1,4. 



History 



KUBISTAL, CAROL ANN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Education 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4; Coed Club 1,2; 
Lodorians 1,2; SAL 1,4; Variety Show 1,2,3,4; 
SNEA 4. 



KUDIA, FRANK STEPHEN 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Alpha Phi Omega 3,4, Recording Secretary 4. 



KUDULIS, JOHN JOSEPH 
Berwyn, Illinois 



Latin 



Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; Historical Society 4; 
SNEA 4. 



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KUEHLTHAU, HUGH WILLIAM 

Maywood, Illinois Biology 



KUNICH, MICHAEL JOSEPH 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Historical Society 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; 
SAL 4; UIL 4. 



KUPST, MARY JO 
Chicago, Illinois 



Psychology 



Circumference 4; Kappa Beta Gamma 1,2,3,4, 
Rush Chairman 4; Variety Show Producer 4; 
Loyolan awards committee 3; Panhellenic 
Assn., 3,4, President 3; SAL 1,2,3,4. 



KURTZ, ARNIETA MARIE 
Downers Grove, Illinois 

Coed Club 3; SNEA 3. 



KUSH, MICHAEL JOEL 
Chicago, Illinois 



Education 



Biology 

Tau Delta Phi 1,2,3,4, Editor-Historian 3; 
Wasmann 1. 



KUZMIAK, KAREN ANN 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Human Relations Club 3,4. 



KUSNIERZ, CAROL ANN 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Glee Club 2; Loyolan 4; Nursing Council, 
1; Secretary Nursing Class 1; UIL 2; Variety 
Show 2. 



KWOK, ROBERT JOHN 
Kowloon, Hong Kong 

Phi Beta Pi 1,2,3,4. 



LACKAFF, MICHAEL LOUIS 
Downers Grove, Illinois 



Medicine 



Sociology 
Historical Society 4; Wasmann 1; YR's 4. 



LADONE, JOSEPH ANTHONY 
Hillside, Illinois 



Dentistry 



Blue Key 3,4; Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; 
St. Appolonia Guild 1,2,3,4. 



LAGHEZZA, REV. BERNADINE P. 

Winona, Minnesota Guidance & Counseling 



LAMMERT, JEANNE E. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Biology 



CALM 2,3; Circumference 4; Loyola News 
2,3, News Editor 2, Associate Editor 3; Loy- 
olan 3,4, Layout Ed, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Wasmann 1,2. 



LANDRY, ROBERT JOSEPH 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 



LANG, RICHARD JOHN 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



IFC 2,3; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; SAL 4; Tau Delta 
Phi 1,2,3,4. 



LANGER, DOLORES J. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Political Science 



Circumference 3,4; Coed Club 1; Historical 
Society 1,2; Kappa Beta Gamma 1.2,3,4; Pan- 
Hellenic Council 2; SAL 2,4; Union Activities 
Board 2; YD's 1,2,4. 



LaPORTA, ROSEMARY ANNE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Speech 



Curtain Guild 1,4; Historical Society 1; 
Readers Circle 1. 



LASKA, CATHERINE ROBERTA 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Historical Society 3,4; SIEA 3,4. 

LAUDUSKIE, EDWARD CHARLES 
Springfield, Illinois Accounting 

Historical Society 3,4; SIEA 3,4. 
Accounting Club 2,3,4. 



LAWNIK, MARY MAGDELENE 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 



LeFEBRE, MARTHA JO 

Indianapolis, Indiana French 

Delaware Hall, Soc. Chairman 3, V.Pres 4; 
Modern Language Club 1,3,4; WIHC 3,4. 



LEKSANDER, ALAN FRANCIS 
Morton Grove, Illinois 



Finance 



Econ. -Finance Club 3; Equestrian Club 2; 
Finance Club 4; Historical Society 1; YR's 3. 



LEVANDOSKI, ALETA GAYLE 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

LEVOY, PHILIP JAMES 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Xi Psi Phi 2,3,4, V. Pres. 4. 

LINGO, PAULA MOLETTE 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Coed Club 1,2,3,4. 

LISZKA, ROBERT EDWARD 

Chicago, Illinois Marketing 

Alpha Phi Omega, 3,4, Treas. 3; Chem. Club 
1,2; Drama Club 1; Marketing Club 2. 



LIVORSI, THOMAS JAMES 
Chicago, Illinois 



Mathematics 



Math Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Phi Sigma Tau 
3,4. 



LOBO, ANDREW FREDERICK 

Gary, Indiana Psychology 

German Club 4; Loyola News 1,2,3,4; Loyo- 
lan 3,4, Sports Ed. 3; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4. 



LOCKWOOD, DENNIS CHARLES 

Chicago, Illinois Personnel 

SAM 1,2,3,4. 

LOH, PAUL PATRICK 

Chicago, Illinois Economics 

Foreign Students Assoc. 2,3; SAM 4. 



LUCKRITZ, KATHLEEN RUTH 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

SAMA 1,2,3,4. 



LUKAS, RONALD LARRY 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Human Relations Club 3. 



LUND, ROBERT H. 

Chicago, Illinois Medicine 



MAC CARTIE, THADDEUS ROBERT 

Des Plaines, Illinois English 

SAL 2,3,4, Executive Board 4; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 2,3,4, Social Chairman 3, Pledge 
Chairman 3. 



367 



MAY, GERALD F. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Marketing 



Delta Sigma Pi 1,2,3,4, Social Chairman 3,4; 
Marketing Club 4. 



Graduate Directory 



MC ANALLY, KATHLEEN ANN 
Chicago, Illinois 

Variety Show 2. 



Nursing 



MACIEVIC, ANTHONY VINCENT 
Chicago, Illinois 



History 



Debate Society 1,2; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3, 
President 3; Loyola News 2; Phi Sigma Tau 
3,4; Pi Delta Phi 3. 



MACIULIS, RICHARD EUGENE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Cadence 4; Chess Club 3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 
1,2,3; Outdoor Club 2; YR's 4. 



MACKEY, CAROL ANN 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 



MAES, MICHAEL EDWARD 

Downers Grove, Illinois Psychology 

Psychology Club 3,4. 



MAGNUSON, RONALD E. 

Great Falls, Montana Dentistry 

Dental School News 3; Science Club 1; Xi 
Psi Phi 4. 



MAIER, PAUL THOMAS 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Dorm Council 1; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



MALONEY, ANNE MAUREEN 

Evanston, Illinois Political Science 

Circumference 4; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Secre- 
tary 2, Treasurer 3; Debate Club 2,3,4, Secre- 
tary 3; Delta Sigma Rho 3,4; Political Science 
Club 1,2; YD's 1,2,3. 



MANTALOS, STELLA 
Lincolnwood, Illinois 

SNEA 4. 



MARCH, DEAN EMANUEL 
Oak Lawn, Illinois 



Education 



English Marketing Club 3,4; SAM 4. 



MARNELL, PAUL JOSEPH 
Northbrook, Illinois 



Marketing 



Accounting 



Accounting Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; ROTC 
Rifle Team 1. 



MARR, THOMAS JOHN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Medicine 



Blue Key 3; Freshman Class Treasurer 1; 
SAMA 1,2,3,4; Sophomore Class Vice-Pres.; 
Student Council Secretary 3. 



MARTINKOVIC, DOROTHY JOSEPHINE 
Berwyn, Illinois English 

Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; SNEA Historian 4. 



MASON, LINDA L. 

Westchester, Illinois Nursing 

Loyolan 2. 



MATAYA, JAMES MICHAEL 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Historical Society 3,4; Human Relations Club 
2; Young Democrats 3. 



MC CAFFREE, SALLIE ANN 

Chappaqua, New York Nursing 

CALM 1,2; Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4; Chamber- 
lain Hall Judiciary Board 2; SAL 3; SNAI 3,4. 



MC CLAY, MARY BETH 
Des Plaines, Illinois 



Biology 



Phi Mu 2,3,4, Membership Director 3,4; Was- 
mann 3,4; YR's 3,4. 



MC CORMACK, MAUREEN LEE 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Anthropolgy Club 3; Coed Club 1,2; Curtain 
Guild 4; Panhellenic Council 3,4; Phi Mu 
2,3,4, Vice-President 3,4; SAL 2; YD's 1,2,3. 



MC CORMICK, THOMAS MICHAEL 

Forest Park, Illinois Psychology 

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



MC GARY, SANDRA 

South Milwaukee, Wisconsin Nursing 



MC GOWAN, THOMAS JAMES 

Chicago, Illinois Marketing 

Kappa Beta Gamma 2,3,4. 



MC SHANE, DENNIS JAMES 

Westchester, Illinois Biology 

Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; College Bowl Panel 
Member 3; Honors Council President 3,4; 
Loyola News 2,3,4; Loyolan 3, Prod. Editor 
3; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4. 



MALONEY, PATRICIA ANN 

South Holland, Illinois Nursing 

Nursing Council 3,4, Secretary 4. 

MANOLIS, MARIA L 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Historical Society 1; Y.C.S. 1. 



MATUSIK, STANLEY JOSEPH 
Chicago, Illinois 



Dentistry 



St. Apollonia Guild 1,2,3,4. Sec. 3, President 
4; Student Council 4. 



MAY, DEIDRE DIANE 
Chicago, Illinois 

Psychology Club 2; SNEA 4. 



English 



MEARES, VIRGINIA ANN 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 1,2,3,4, President 2,3,4; 
Arts Council 4; 50th Coed Anniversary Ball 
Chairman 2; Panhellenic Council 2,3,4, UAB 
Rep. 3, Panhellenic-IFC Joint Committee 3,4; 
UAB 3, Constitution Revision Committee 3, 
Ad Hoc Committee for Student Rights Charter 
3; Senior Class first Vice-President 4; Tri- 
Council Student Directory Chairman 4. 



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MEDICK, JUDITH ANN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Sociology 



Coed Club 1,2, 



Intramural Chairman 2; 
1; Human Relations Club 



vyt-fcu v^iuL^ I ,£., 1 1 IK ai I iu( ai v^iiaiiiiiaii tL , 

Equestrian Club 1; Human Relations Club 
3; Panhellenic Council 4; Theta Ptii Alpha 
2,3,4, Recording Secretary 3, President 4; 



YD's 1. 



MERWICK, PATRICIA ANNE 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Circumference 3,4, President 4; Chamberlain 
Hall Judiciary Board 3; Honors Council 3, 4; 
Loyola Women 1,2,3; Phi Mu 2,3,4, Pledge 
Director 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; SAL 3,4; 
Wasmann 2,3,4. 



MICHNA, BERNARD JEROME 

North Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Gonzaga Hall 1,2,3, Manager 2. 



MILLER, SUSAN MARIE 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Coed Club 1,3,4; Historical Society 1; Psy- 
chology Club 3,4; Ski Club 3; Women's Rifle 
Team 1. 



MORRISSETTE, MARIE THERESE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Education 



Coed Club 1,4; Kappa Beta Gamma 1,2,3,4, 
Vice-President 4; Ski Club 1,4; SNEA 4. 



MORRISSEY, JOSEPH SCOTT 
Chicago, Illinois 



Dentistry 



Dental School News Editor 4; Psi Omega 
1,2,3,4; St. Apollonia Guild 1,2,3,4; SADA 
1,2,3,4, Chairman 4; Student Council 2,3,4, 
Vice-President. 



MOTTO, MARY CATHERINE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Mathematics 



Coed Club 1,2,3,4; Math Club 2.3,4, Secretary- 
Treasurer 3, Pres. 4; Pan-hellenic Council 4; 
Phi Mu 1,2,3,4, Pledge Mistress 2, Secretary 
3, President 4; SAL 2,3,4. 



MUELLER. JANE FRANCES 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4, Social Chair. 



MALE, THOMAS WALTER 

Berwyn, Illinois Dentistry 

Ski Club 3,4; Xi Psi Phi 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4. 



NAPIER, JUDITH ANN 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Coed Club 1; Psychology Club 2,3. 



NARIMATSU, KEI 
Chicago, Illinois 



Biology 



Sigma Delta Phi 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Was- 
mann 1. 



NASCA. GRACE JOANNE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Education 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 3,4; Equestrian Society 
1; SIEA 4. 



NASH. JOSEPH CONRAD 

Chicago, Illinois Chemistry 

American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4. 



MILOS, DEAN ROYAL 
Chicago, Illinois 



Biology 



German Club 4; Historical Society 1; Loyola 
Men 3; Ski Club 3,4. 



SISTER MIRIAM CECILIA, C.S.C. 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Junior Class Treasurer; Nursing Council 3. 



MITCHELL, DENNIS LESTER 

Toledo, Ohio Psychology 

Dorm Council 1,2,3, Secretary 1; Psychology 
Club 1. 



MULKERIN, ANNE AMRIE 
Chicago, Illinois 

Psychology Club 2. 



Psychology 



MUNROE, GARFIELD AUGUSTUS 
Westmoreland, Jamaica 
Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



MYERS, JANE ELIZABETH 
Racine, Wisconsin 



Biology 



Sociology 



NASH, PHILIP GEORGE 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Alpha Delta Gamma 3,4, Executive Sec. 3, 
House Manager 4; Dorm Council 1. 



NEU, JEANNE PATRICIA 

Berkeley, Illinois Nursing 

CALM 1,2: UAB 2; NSG Council 2,3,4, Class 
Secretary 2, Class Vice-Pres. 4; Sigma Theta 
Tau 3,4; SNAI 2.3,4; St. Joseph's Manor 3, 
President 3; Circumference 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
WIHC 2,3. 



Historical Society 4; Italian Club 4. 



MITCHELL, SAMUEL CHILDERS 

West Frankfort, Illinois Law 



MONCO, WALTER J. 

Chicago, Illinois Law 



MOROF, ARNOLD SOLLIE 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Alpha Omega 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Dental 
School Newspaper 1,2,3,4; St. Apollonia Guild 
2,3,4; SADA 1,2,3,4, President 4; Student 
Council 4. 



MYSYK, NOREEN FRANCES 
Hebron, Illinois 



Biology 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Cir- 
cumference 3,4. Secretary 4: Lodorians 1 ; Pan- 
hellenic Association 4, Treas. 4; SAL Repre- 
sentative 3; Variety Show Committee 3; Was- 
mann 1. 



MYSZKOWSKI. ZENON FRANCIS 

Chicago, Illinois Law 

Blue Key 2,3; Delta Theta Phi 2,3, Pres. 2,3; 
Student Bar Association 1,2,3. 



NEUHAUS, GERTRUDE S. 
Chicago, Illinois 



NIEKRASZ, MARK J. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Biology 



Fine Arts Club 1,2; Loyola Men 1; SAL 2,3; 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Secretary 4. 



NOELLER, HELGA 

Chicago. Illinois Mathematics 

Kappa Beta Gamma 2,3,4; Math Club 3,4. 



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PECA, KATHLEEN AICE 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Riding Club 3; SNEA 4, 
Publications Committee 4; YR's 3,4. 



NOSEK, WILLIAM GEORGE 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Epsilon Pi Rlio 1,2; Historical Society 1,3,4; 
Modern Language Club 2; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



O'MARA, JOAN MARY 
Chicago, Illinois 

Circumference 4. 



Mathematics 



PECCI, DUANE RICHARD 
Chicago, Illinois 

SAM 4. 



PELTZER, DONNA 
Chicago, Illinois 



Management 



Education 



NOVAK, JEAN HELEN 
El Salvador, Chile 



Nursing 



Chamberlain Hall, Judiciary Board 2; C.S.N.C. 
1; SNAI 1,2,4, Class Rep. 2; Wasmann 1. 



NOVAK, THOMAS J, 

Chicago, Illinois Law 

Delta Theta Phi 1,2,3, Secretary 2,3. 



NOWICKAS, GARY ANTHONY 
Cicero, Illinois 

Econ. -Finance Society 3,4. 



Finance 



O'NEILL, PAUL EDWARD PENDLETON, SHARON ANN 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology Chicago, Illinois 

CALM 3; Tau Delta Phi 2,3,4, Alumni Scribe 3. 



ONESTO, OLYMPIA MARIE 

Chicago, Illinois French 

Modern Language Club 4; SNEA 4. 



ORENDACH, FREDERICK J. 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Choir 1,2,3; Histology Club 1,2; St. Appo- 
lonia Guild 1,2,3,4. 



Loyolan 2; SAL 1,2. 



PETRICIG, EDWARD RONALD 
Oak Lawn, Illinois 



Rangers 2. 



Nursing 



History 



PETTINGER, BERNARD EDWARD 

Wilmette, Illinois History 

Gold Torch 3,4; Historical Society 1,3. 



OAKES, SUSAN M. 

Wilmette, Illinois 



Sociology 



Coed Club 1,2; Curtain Guild 1,2; Human 
Relations Club 1,2,3; Variety Show 1,2. 



OCHWAT, RICHARD STANLEY 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Psi Omega 1,2,3,4, Ed. 4; Student Clinicians 
ADA 1,2,3,4. 



O'CONNOR, PAMELA BETH 
Orland Park, Illinois 



Education 



PACER, ANDREA SUSAN 
Chicago, Illinois 



History 



Circumference 4; Coed Club 1,2; Historical 
Society 1,3,4, Vice-President 4; Loyola News 
2; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4, 
Corresponding Secretary 3; YD's 1. 



PAPANDREA, JAMES JOHN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Dentistry 



Dental Clinic (ADA) 2; Delta Sigma Delta 2,3; 
Sophomore Class Vice-President. 



PASQUALE, NANCY JOAN 
Elmwood Park, Illinois 



Nursing 



PHELAN, RICHARD THOMAS 

Chicago, Illinois Finance 

Econ-Finance Society 4; Marketing Club 3. 



PHILLIPS, PAMELA ANNE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Education 



Coed Club 1,2; Theta Phi Alpha 1,2,3,4, Cor- 
responding Secretary 4. 



PIALA, JAMES MATTHEW 
Chicago, Illinois 



Biology 



Alpha Delta Gamma 2,3,4; Gold Torch 1,2, 
3,4; Wasmann 1. 



O'HALLORAN, JOSEPH PATRICK 
Cary, Illinois 

American Chem. Society 1,2,3,4. 



Law 



PASQUESI, ROBERT L. 

Highwood, Illinois Accounting 

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



PICCIONE, JOHN JOSEPH 
Chicago, Illinois 



Law 



Student Bar Association 1,3,4; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon 2,3,4. 



O'MALLEY, JOHN PATRICK 
New Buttalo, Michigan 



Dentistry 



Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4, Pledge Chrmn. 2, 
Scribe 3, Gr. Master 4; Student Council 4. 



PATTERSON, MARGARET FRANCES 
Wheaton, Illinois English 

Cadence 2,3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2; Phi Sigma 
Tau 3,4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4. 



PIESZCHALA, JOYCE MARIE 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Coed Club 1; Kappa Beta Gamma 1,2,3,4, 
Vice-President 3; SAL 2,3; SNEA 4. 



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PLOCINSKI, ARLENE VICTORIA 



Chicago, Illinois 



English, French 



Cadence 3,4; Circumference 4; Kappa Beta 
Gamma 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 3: 
Modern Language Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Pj 
Delta Ptii 4; SAL 1,2,3,4; YD's 2. 



POLK, CHRISTINE MARIE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Psychology 



Coed Club 1,3,4, Secretary 1; Historical So- 
ciety 1,4; Honors Council 4; Phi Sigma Tau 
4; Psychology Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Presi- 
dent 4; YD's 1. 



POLOVY, ROBERT STANLEY 
Chicago, Illinois 



Dentistry 



Freshman Class Treasurer; IPC 4; Psi Omega 
1,2.3,4, Grand Master 4; School Choir 1; 
SADA 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4. 



PONTICELLI, CLARENE JOY 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4; Coed Club 1,2; 
SNEA 3,4. 



POPE, LOUISE MICHAELENE 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Coed Club 3; Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4. 



POTSIC, STEVEN RICHARD 
Cicero, Illinois 



Medicine 



SAMA 1,2,3,4! Student Council 1,2,3,4, Treas- 
urer 2,3, Vice-President 4. 



POULSOM, CAROL ANN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Circumference 3,4; Historical Society 1; Nurs- 
ing Council 2,3,4, President 4; SAL 1,2,3,4, 
Nursing Representative 2; SNA! 2,3,4; Sopho- 
more Class Treasurer; Tri-Council 3,4, Execu- 
tive Officer 4. 



POWE, LARRY KENNETH 
Mobile, Alabama 



Biology 



POWERS, WILLIAM CLARK 

Chicago, Illinois Personnel 



PRIMEAU, RICHARD GERARD 

Chicago, Illinois Law 

Beta Alpha Psi 1,2,3,4. 

PYTLIK, ERIC IRVIN 

Chicago, Illinois Marketing 

QUATTROCKI, EDWARD A. 

Chicago, Illinois English 

OUEVILLON, ROBERT DEWALL 

Kalamazoo, Michigan Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4. 



RACHWALSKI, FRANK JOSEPH, JR. 
Chicago, Illinois Economics 

RAETTIG, JAMES ARTHUR 

Burlington, Wisconsin Medicine 

Phi Chi 4; SAMA 4. 

RAMLJAK, FRANK ANTHONY 

Chicago, Illinois Finance 

Delta Sigma Phi 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Senior 
Vice-Pres.; Economic-Finance Club 4; S.A.L. 
3,4. 

RANDICK, RICHARD MATTHEW 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

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

RATKOVIC, ANN-MARIE MICHAELEEN 
Chicago, Illinois English 

Coed Club 3,4: Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; S.N.E.A. 4. 



REESE. JUDITH ANN 
Skokie, Illinois 



Education 



Arts Council 3, Secretary 3; Coed Club 1; 
Foreign Students 3; Loyolan 1; Theta Phi 
Alpha 1,2,3,4; Variety Show 1,2. 



RINK, PAUL WILLIAM 
Chicago, Illinois 



History 



College Bowl Alternate 3; Historical Society 
4; Honors Council 3,4; Loyola News 3,4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 4. Vice-Pres. 1. 



RITTLE, PATRICIA MARGUERITE 

Mt. Prospect, Illinois Biology 

Concert Choir 3; Loyolan 3, Business Mana- 
ger 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Wasmann 1. 



RIZZO, MARIO SANTO 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Curtain Guild 1; Historical Society 3,4. 



ROBISON, KAY ELAINE 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Equestrian Society 3; S.N.E.A. 4. 



ROSSI, RAYMOND PAUL 

Chicago, Illinois Physics 

Physics Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Pres. 4. 



ROTI, THOMAS DAVID 
Chicago, Illinois 



Political Science 



Gold Torch 2,3,4; Rangers 2,3; Scabbard & 
Blade 3,4, Treasurer 4. 



ROUGEAU, WELDON J. 
Lake Charles, Louisianna 



ROY, JOSEPH LECOUR 
Kankakee, Illinois 



Sociology 



Political Science 



Alpha Delta Gamma 1,2,3,4, Pledge Master 
3,4; Chardin Anthropologic Society 4; Epsilon 
Pi Rho 4; Historical Society 1; Ski Club 1,3,4. 



POWELL, RONALD ANTHONY 
Chicago, Illinois 



Dentistry 



Freshman Class President; Delta Sigma Delta 
1,2,3,4; Dental News 1,2,4; Dental School 
Choir 1; St. Apollonia Guild 1,2,3,4, Treas- 
urer 1. 



POWERS, JAMES JOSEPH 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 



REISBERG, ALLAN G. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Loyola Historical Society. 



REZAC, FRANK DAVID 
Peoria, Illinois 



History 



Psychology 



Gonzaga Hall 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; 
Loyola Men 3,4; Wasmann 1. 



RUDIS, VANDY DAWN 

Maywood, Illinois Psychology 

Theta Phi Alpha 2,3,4, Social Chairman 3,4. 



RUSSO, PAULA ANN 
Melrose Park, Illinois 

Historical Society 3,4; S.I.E.A. 4. 



History 



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SCHROEDER, WILLIAM ROBERT 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Arts Council 4; Human Relations Club 3, 
Vice-President 3; Senior Class Pres.; YD's 
1,2,4. 



Graduate Directory 



RUTILI, ANITA L, 
Elmwood Park, Illinois 



Sociology 



Coed Club 1; Human Relations Club 4; Ital- 
ian Club 3. 



RUZICKA, DOLORES ANNE 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



Cadence 1,2,3,4; Foreign Students 1; Loyolan 
1; Modern Language Club 1. 



SAFFOLD, ANDREA EUGENIA 
Chicago, Illinois 

Reader's Circle 1. 



Education 



SAHGAL, SURENDRA BAHADUR 

Chicago, Illinois Industrial Relations 

International Club 3. 



SAMPLES, EDWARD C. 
Los Angeles, California 



Dentistry 



Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4; Freshman Class 
President: Student Council 3,4, Secretary 3, 
President 4. 



SANDSTROM, NILS FREDERICK 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 



SANTELL, DONNA MARIE 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Coed Club 1; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4; Psy- 
chology Club 3,4. 



SARGENT, RICHARD ELLIOTT 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 



SAVIER, JANET SUE 
Chicago, Illinois 

Human Relations Club 4. 



Sociology 



SAVOY, DEAN CHRIS 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Historical Society 1. 



SCAVETTA, JOSEPH F. 

Forest Park, Illinois Medicine 

Phi Chi 1,2,3,4. 



SCHATTEMAN, ANNE MARIE 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Sigma Theta Tau 3,4; SAL 3,4, President of 
RN Division 4. 



SCHIRO, CHRISANN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Biology 



Circumference 4; Kappa Beta Gamma 1,2,3,4; 
Panhellenic Council 4; Reader's Circle 1; 
SAL 3; Wasmann 3,4; YR's 1,2. 



SCHLACKS, JANE THERESE 
Berwyn, Illinois 

Historical Society 4. 



History 



SCHLECHTER, JANET ADRIENNE 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 



SCHLESINGER, GARY LEE 

Evanston, Illinois Sociology 

Historical Society 1; Human Relations Club 
3; Loyola News 1; Tau Delta Phi 1.2,3,4; 
YD's 2. 



SCHREIBER, RON RAY 
Pecatonica, Illinois 



Biology 



Delta Sigma Phi 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; 
SAL 4. 



SCHUH, DANIEL ROBERT 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

American Chemical Society 1. 



SCHWEGEL, BARBARA BECKER 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4; SAL 3. 



SCHWEITZER, GLENN STEVEN 
Elmhurst, Illinois 



Dentistry 



Glee Club 1,2; Psi Omega 1,2,3,4; St. Apol- 
lonia Guild 1,2,3,4. 



SCHWIND, CAROLYNN LOUISE 

Morton Grove, Illinois Nursing 

Cheerleading 1; Kappa Beta Gamma 2,3,4, 
Historian 3, Treasurer 4; Variety Show 1,2, 
3,4. 



SCULLY, DAVID F., JR. 
Des Plaines, Illinois 



Psychology 



Arts Council 4, Vice-President Senior Class 
4; Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4, Vice-President 3; 
Tri-Council 4, Treasurer 4. 



SEAGROVES, MICHAEL ANTHONY 
Glenview, Illinois History 

Knights of Columbus 2,3,4. Recording Sec- 
retary 2. 



SEELY, JULIANNE MARY 
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

Coed Club 4; SNEA 4. 



Education 



SHARKEY, ROBERT JOSEPH 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Bowling 2; Cross Country 1; Math Club 3,4; 
SAL 1,2. 



SIMONS, KENNETH McCORMICK 

Chicago, Illinois Medicine 



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SINCERE, FRANCIS CHARLES 

Chicago, Illinois Philosophy 

De Chardin Society 2,3; Gonzaga Hall Treas- 
urer 1; Loyola Men 1,2; YR's 1,2,3,4. 



SISLO, JAMES WILLIAM 

Superior, Wisconsin Dentistry 

PsI Omega 1,2,3,4, Senator 2,3,4. 



SOHM, RICHARD WILLIAM 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Gold Torch 1.2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Pres. 4; 
Rangers 2,3,4. 



SOLTYKOWSKI, ROBERT EUGENE 

Chicago, Illinois History 

Historical Society 1,2,3; Psychology Club 1; 
YD's 3; YR's 2. 



STATION, CLARET MARY 

Chicago, Illinois English 



STEARNS, CHARLES RADFORD 

Chicago, Illinois Dentistry 

Psi Omega 1,2,3,4, Pledgemaster 3. 



SLABY, SHIRLEY ANN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Psychology 



Historical Society 2: Psychology Club 2,4; 
Riding Club 2. 



SORICH, JOAN FRANCES 
Chicago, Illinois 



Spanish 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Coed 
Club 2,3; Modern Language Club 1,2; SNEA 
4; YD's 3. 



STEFANCIC, MICHAEL FLORIAN 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Dorm Council 1; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; SAL 
1,2,3,4; Variety Show 1,3; Wasmann 1. 



SLIWA, WAYNE ANTHONY 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; Psychology Club 3,4. 



SMAS, MITCHELL JAMES 

Chicago, Illinois Chemistry 

American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4. 



SMITH, LEON DELAND 
Chicago, Illinois 



Latin 



Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,3,4, Quaestor 1; Honors 
Council 3.4; Phi Kappa Theta 1,2,3,4, IFC 
Delegate 1; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



SMITH, RICHARD FRANK 
Chicago, Illinois 



Management 



Historical Society 1; SAL 2; Sigma Delta Phi 
4; Wasmann 1; YD's 2. 



SMORON, NOEL CAROL 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Circumference 3,4; Curtain Guild 1,2; Debate 
Club 1,2,3,4, Archivist 3; Delta Sigma Rho 4; 
Lodorians 1,2; Loyola News 2; Loyolan 4, 
Index & Identifications Editor 4; Sigma Theta 
Tau 3,4; UIL 2,3; Variety Show 1,2. 



SOUYOUL, RICHARD THOMAS 

Chicago, Illinois Economics-Finance 

Economics Finance Society 3,4, Sec.-Treas. 
4; Gold Torch 1,2,3,4. 



SPENGLER, BRUCE LAWRENCE 
Chicago, Illinois 



History 



Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; College Bowl Panel 3; 
Epsilon Phi Rho 1,2; Historical Society 1,3,4; 
Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



SPINA, NICHOLAS MICHAEL 

Melrose Park. Illinois Sociology 

Historical Society 2; Human Relations Club 
4; Knights of Columbus 1,2,3,4. 



STADLER, ROBERTA LOUISE 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Coed Club 1,2; Epsilon Pi Rho 1; Historical 
Society 1; Loyola News 2. 



STALL, WILLIAM THOMAS 
Chicago, Illinois 



STANTON, NADINE 
Chicago, Illinois 

SNEA 4. 



Biology 



Education 



STEIN, SANDRA JOAN 
Chicago, Illinois 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; SNEA 4. 



STILWAGEN, MARY MARGARET 



Education 



Chicago, Illinois 



Mathematics 



Coed Club 3,4; Math Club 3,4; Phi Mu 3,4, 
Standards Chairman 4; SAL 4. 



STRECK, LUDWIG AUGUSTINE 
Cicero, Illinois 



Finance 



Alpha Kappa Psi 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4, 
Treasurer 3; Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Beta Gam- 
ma Sigma 3,4, President 3.4; Blue Key 3,4, 
Treasurer 3,4; Business Council 2,3,4, Presi- 
dent 4; Econ-Finance Society 3,4; Senior 
Class President; Junior Class Vice-President; 
UAB 3. 



STROM, JAMES JOHN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Philosophy 



Honors Council 3,4; Loyola News 2,3,4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4, President 4. 



SULLIVAN, EDWARD J. 
Chicago, Illinois 

Human Relations Club 1. 



Sociology 



SOBIESKI, JOHN LEONARD 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Debate Society 3,4; Delta Sigma Rho 3,4; 
Honors Council 3,4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4. 



STARKS, ROBERT TERRY 
Chicago, Illinois 



Political Sience 



Historical Society 3,4; Human Relations Club 
2,3,4; YD's 2,3,4. 



SULLIVAN, SUZANNE MARIE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Alpha Tau Delta 3,4, Rush Chairman 4; Nurs- 
ing Class Vice-President 1,2; SAB 4; Variety 
Show Treasurer 2; YD's 2. 



373 



TORNABENE, MARY LOUISE 

Aurora, Illinois Psychology 

Psychology Club 4. 



TRINEI, SYLVIA LOUISE 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 



SWANSON, BARBARA JANE 

Chicago, Illinois Nursing 

Stebler Hall Judiciary Board 1. 



SWEENEY, PATRICK JOHN 

Bloomington, Illinois Biology 

Historical Society 1; Wasmann 1. 



THEGZE, MARY KATHRYN 
Hammond, Indiana 



Nursing 



Alpha Tau Delta 2,3,4, President 4; Cham- 
berlain Hall Executive Board 1,2, Secretary 
1, Treasurer 2; Circumference 3,4; Junior 
Class President 3; Nursing Council Vice- 
President 3; Variety Show 2,3,4; Women's 
Interhall Council 1,2, Treasurer 2; Panhel- 
lenic Council 4; Sigma Theta Tau 3,4. 



TRISCHMANN, EDWARD WALTER, JR. 
Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 

Loyolan 1,2,3,4, Layout Editor 1, Co-Editor- 
in-Chief 2, Assistant Editor 3,4; Math Club 
2,3,4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4. 



TUFO, ROBERT PETER 
Chicago, Illinois 

Class Treasurer 3. 



Medicine 



THEIS, WILLIAM H. 
Morton Grove, Illinois 



English 



SWICK, MYRA AGNES 
Pari( Ridge, Illinois 



Accounting 



Accounting Club 2,3,4; Beta Alpha Psi 3,4; 
Secretary 4; Beta Gamma Sigma 3,4; Business 
Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Circumfer- 
ence 4. 



SYKSTUS, JOAN THERESA 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Circumference 4; Human Relations Club 4, 

Recording Secretary 4; Marketing Club 4, 

Board Secretary 4; Modern Lang. Club 4, 
Treasurer 4; SNEA 4. 



SZYMCZYK, THOMAS VINCENT 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 



SZYMONIUK, STEFAN B. 
Niles, Illinois 



Alpha Sigma Nu 3,4; Blue Key 3,4; Debate 
Society 1,2,3,4, President 3,4; Delta Sigma 
Rho 3,4; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2,4; Loyola News 
2,3,4; Pi Delta Epsilon 3,4. 



THOMASON, CHARLES WILLIAM, JR. 
Chicago, Illinois History 

Arts Council 2,4, Vice-President; Historical 
Society 1,3,4, President 1; SNEA 4, 



THORNTON, JAMES FRANCIS 

Chicago, Illinois Mathematics 



TIMMONS, MICHAEL JOSEPH 

Evergreen Park, Illinois Biology 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 2,3,4; SAL 3,4; YR's 3,4; 
Wasmann 1,2,3,4. 



TUNNEY, ANNE THERESE 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

Coed Club 2; SNEA 3,4; YD's 3. 

UECKER, ERWIN ALBERT 

Chicago, Illinois Philosophy 

Historical Socviety 3; Phi Sigma Tau 4. 

UNGARI, MICHAEL ALBERT 

Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Variety Show 3. 



URBANCIK, GERALD WALTER 

North Riverside, Illinois Psychology 

Alpha Delta Gamma 1,2,3,4, Rec. Sec. 1, 
Exec. Sec. 2; Epsilon Pi Rho 1,2; Psych 
Club 4. 



English 



UTINANS, ANITA 
Chicago, Illinois 



Sociology 



TALSO, JENNIFER FRANCES 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

SAB 4; Stebler Hall Vice-President; Variety 
Show 3; Women's Interhall Council 2. 



TEDROWE, JUSTIN JOSEPH 
Midlothian, Illinois 

Student Senate 4. 



Political Science 



TISCHLER, CHRISTINE 
Chicago, Illinois 



Marketing 



Beta Gamma Sigma 3,4; Business Coed Club 
1,2,3,4; Marketing Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Ski 
Club 3,4. 



TOMASZKIEWICZ, CECILIA ANN 

Cicero, Illinois Political Science 

President of Delaware Hall 4; Epsilon Pi 
Rho Treasurer 1; Women's Interhall Coun- 
cil 4. 



VALAITIS, PAULA JEAN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Mathematics 



Circumference 4; Coed Club 3,4; Kappa Beta 
Gamma 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Pres. 4; Loyola 
Wevvs 4; Math Club 3,4; Panhellenic Council 
4; Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; YD's 1. 



VALAITIS, THERESA BIRUTE 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

CALM 3; Coed Club 3,4; SNEA 4. 



374 



VELEZ, IDA MERCEDES 
Chicago, Illinois 



Sociology 



Human Relations Club 3,4; Kappa Beta Gam- 
ma 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Sec. 4; SAL 2,3,4, 
Assistant Chairman 3. 



VITTORE, KATHLEEN R. 

Chicago, Illinois Education 

SNEA 3. 



VOLBERDING, LORIN ELROY 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

Knights of Columbus 2,3,4. 



VOLK, EDWARD L. 

Hanna, Indiana English 

Historical Society 1; German Club 4; Phi 
Sigma Tau 3,4. 



WEGE, JANET FRANCES 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Alpha Sigma Alpha 2,3,4; Judiciary Board 4; 
Ski Club 1,2,4. 



WEINMAN, DANIEL JOSEPH 

Niles, Illinois Political Science 

Phi Sigma Tau 3,4; UIL 3,4, Treas. 4. 



WELTIN, RICHARD JOSEPH 
Chicago, Illinois 

SAL 1,2,3; Variety Show 3. 



Psychology 



WHITE, GERALD JOSEPH 

Chicago, Illinois Personnel Management 

University College Club 3. 



WIET, RICHARD JAMES 
Niles, Illinois 

Wasmann 1,2. 



Biology 



WOJCIK, MADELINE SOPHIE 
Norridge, Illinois 



WOJCIK, TERESA HELEN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Accounting 



Business Coed Club 1,2,3,4: Business Council 
2,3,4; Coed Club 1,2,3,4, Secy. 2.3; Panhel- 
lenic Council 3,4, Secy. 3; Phi Mu 2,3.4, Pan- 
hellenic Delegate 3,4; SAL 2,3,4; Ski Club 
3,4; Variety Show 2,3. 



WOZNIAK, KENNETH EDWARD 

Chicago, Illinois Biology 

SAL 1,2,3,4, Exec. Board 3,4; Tau Delta Phi 
1,2,3,4; Pledge Board 3,4; Variety Show 1,2, 
3,4; Wasmann 1. 



YERKES. ANTHONY JOSEPH 
Chicago, Illinois 



Nursing 



Loyolan 4; SAL 2; UIL 2,3,4; White Cap 
Staff 4. 



VON PRITSCHYNS, DETLEV HEINZ 
Chicago, Illinois Political Science 

Alpha Delta Gamma 1,2,3,4; Arts Council 2, 
Sophomore Class President; Blue Key 3,4; 
Loyola News 1,2,3,4, Editor-in-Chief 4, LSC 
News Editor 3, Business Manager 3; SAB 2,3. 



WADE, WILLIAM MICHAEL 
Chicago, Illinois 



English 



WALSH, EDWARD FRANCIS 

Chicago, Illinois Personnel Management 



Delta Sigma Pi 2,3,4, Secy. 4; 
3,4; Tri Council 4. 



SAL 3,4; SAM 



WILLIAMS, LOUISE CHRISTINE 

Chicago, Illinois Chemistry 

American Chemical Society 2,3,4. 



WILNER, NEIL STUART 
Chicago, Illinois 



Dentistry 



Alpha Omega 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; 
IFC 4; Kronfeld-Sicher Research Organ. 2; 
SADA 1,2,3,4; St. Apollonia Guild 2,3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 4. 



WINKLEBLECK, JEFFREY C. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Mathematics 



Math Club 2,3,4; Ski Club 1,2,3,4,5, Treas. 
3,4,5; Water Polo Team 2,3,4. 



YOUNG, MARY JANE 
Evergreen Park, Illinois 



Education 



SAL 3; SNEA 3,4; Theta Phi Alpha 1.2,3,4, 
Publicity Chairman 3. 



ZAWILINSKI, BERNADETTE A. 
Chicago, Illinois 



Finance 



Beta Gamma Sigma 3,4, Vice-President 4 
Business Coed Club 1,2,3,4. Secretary 3 
Circumference 4; Econ-Finance Society 3,4 
Marketing Club 3,4. 



ZAWISLAK, EMILY MARY 
Chicago, Illinois 

Modern Language Club 1. 



Spanish 



WALZ, JUANITA ANNE 

Elmhurst, Illinois English 



WARDEN, CHRISTINE ANNETTE 

Chicago, Illinois Sociology 

Coed Club 1; Curtain Guild 3; History Club 
1; Horsebackriding Club 2; Human Relations 
2,4. 



WEBB, JOHN F., JR. 
Worth, Illinois 



Dentistry 



Delta Sigma Delta 1,2,3,4, Tyler 3; Dental 
School Chorus 1,2. 



WISNIESKI, LOUISE CATHERINE 

Elmwood Park, Illinois Personnel Management 

Business Administration Coed Club 1,2,3,4, 
Treas. 2,3; Coed Club 2; Economics-Finance 
Society 2,3,4, Secy. -Treas. 3,4; Marketing Club 
2,3,4, Secy. 3; SAM 3. 



WITTEMAN, GEORGE JOHN 
Chicago, Illinois 



Biology 



Arts Council 4; Class Senate 4; Monogram 
Club 2,3,4; Track Team 1,2,3,4. 



WITTENBRINK, MARGARET MARY 

Chicago, Illinois Psychology 



ZIELINSKI, RONALD JOHN 

Chicago, Illinois English 

Scabbard and Blade Society 3,4, Sec. 4. 



ZOPP, GERALD MARTIN 
Niles, Illinois 



Political Science 



Drill Team 1,2; Gold Torch 1,2.3,4; ROTC 
Rangers 2,3,4, Commander 4; Scabbard and 
Blade 3,4. 



ZWOLFER, KARL MICHAEL 
Chicago, Illinois 

SAM 3,4, Vice-President 4. 



Management 



375 



Abegg, Friar Victor, O.F.M. 206, 243, 

249, 291, 360 

Abel, Dr, D. Herbert 265 

Abene, Bob 246,285,291,360 

Abhalter, Bob 216 

Abromaitis, Ed 223 

Accorsi, Catherine 330 

Adamczyk, Richard 220, 252, 270, 272 

Adamitis, Donald 244 

Adams, Albert 343 

Adamson, Wayne 348, 360 

Adent, Judith 291 

Adolphson, Jeanette 253 

Agrella, Raymond 357 

Akers, Paul 73, 291, 360 

Albini. Alvo 184 

Alessio, James 279 

Alexander, George 337 

Allen, Barb 227 

Allen, Mary 231 

Altschul, Sheldon 246, 348 

Alvino, Sylvia 258, 274 

Amar, Yvonne 136, 137, 247, 24B, 249, 

250, 274, 291, 360 
Amberg, Mrs. Thomas 170 
Anderson, Angela 253 
Anderson, John 234, 282 
Anderson, Randolf 174 
Andrushka, Nadia 253 
Andrzejewski, Harley 226 
Anglum, Essie 253 
Angsten. Henry 174 
Annes, Carol 249, 291, 360 
Antas, Cindee 260 
Anzelmo, Anthony 257 
Appelgren, Roy 239. 349, 360 
Armour, Mrs. Thomas 170 
Armstrong, Cheryl 291 
Armstrong, Walker 234 
Arnold, Dr. Lloyd 198 
Arnold, Gen. William 174 
Arnold, Mrs. William 170 
Arnow, Michael 244 
Arreguin. Marie 253 
Arroyo, Eric 225 
Ashenden, James 174 
Atkinson, Joseph 130 
Aubrey, Gayle 253 
Aurelio, Tony 234 

Bacci, Alexander 174 

Bacci, Renato 220 

Bach, Jinni 132, 330, 360 

Bachmann, Arlene 291 

Baier, John 275 

Bailey, Peter 360 

Bailey, Samuel 174 

Baker, Dennis 343 

Baker, George 174 

Baker. Irene 285 

Bakes, Philip 243 

Balanch, Wayne 291, 360 

Balasa, Frank 174 

Baltrum, Robert 322, 360 

Bane, Mrs. Charles 170 

Banich, Terence 224, 243 

Barber, Robert 337 

Barnes, Dan 142, 206, 246, 249, 250, 

276, 291, 360, 388 
Baron, Judy 132, 287 
Baron. Ron 239 
Barr. William 174 
Barrelier. Edward 349 
Barrett, Daniel 226 
Barrett. Paul 145. 388 
Barry, Charles 277 
Barry, James 174 
Barry, Michael 322 
Barsano, Chuck 222. 286 
Barlh. Patricia 292. 360 
Bartniczak. Stan 217 
Bates. Elaine 284 
Battaglia. Vincent 292, 360 
Battiato, Lucien 357,360.. 
Battiste, Janet 251, 274 
BauKert, Barbara 292, 360 



Baumann, Katie 227 
Baumhart, Rev. Raymond 167 
Bawden, Ralph 133, 223, 252. 277 
Baziotes, Nicholas 360 
Beadle, Bill 262 
Beaulieu, Jack 249, 292, 360 
Beauregard, Charles 174 
Bednarz, Bonnie 145. 388 
Beed. Beverly 261. 330 
Beehner. Michael 130, 133, 223, 

246, 292, 360 
Behen, Ed 279 
Benak, Frank 246, 249, 250 
Benigno, Karen 292, 360 
Bennan, Edward 174 
Bennett, John 249 
Benny, Robert 349 
Bensinger. Mrs. Edward 170 
Berardi. Ronald 343 
Bereznak, Betty 40, 130, 231, 247 
Berg, James 343, 360 
Bergan, Harold 292, 360 
Bernauer. John 174 
Berner, Mrs, Robert 170 
Berni, Dave 239 
Berrigen, Mr. Clayton 184 
Berthold, Michael 341, 360 
Bessette. Paul 249 
Betchel, Tim 235 
Belte, Marianne 132 
Beutel, Ernest 243, 249, 292, 360 
Bianco. Philip 256 
Biddle. Mrs. Arthur 170 
Bidwill. Hon. Arthur 174 
Biel, Chester 174 
Bieri, Rev, John 166 
Biestek, Rev. Felix 166 
Biga, Barbara 293. 360 
Bigongiari. Mary 132, 247, 330, 360 
Biiak, Joseph 322 
Bild, Geoffrey 349 
Binotti, David 239, 349 
Binsfield, James 292 
Bird, George 293, 360 
Bird, Richard 360 
Bireley, Mrs. John 170 
Biskup, Nancy 292, 361 
Bissell, Mr. Cushman 168, 174, 176 
Bissell, Mrs. Cushman 170 
Bistricky, Kenneth 343 
Biveiey, John 174 
Biwer, Paul 143, 388 
Black, Jerry 130. 246. 248. 263 
Blake. Geraldyne 292 
Blake. Therese 292 
Blakely, Paul 217. 264 
Blaney, Toni 231, 292, 361 
Blanton, Mr. Harry 187 
Blascovich. Jim 223 
Blazewicz, Constance 293 
Block, John 246, 349, 361 
Block, Sanford 233, 282 
Blumenlhal, Jo Carol 227 
Bock, Paul 349 
Bockel. Robert 343 
Boedeker. Judy 330 
Boeltger. Shirley 253 
Began. James 243. 249. 361 
Bogardus. Mrs. John 170 
Bogert, George 174 
Bohan, Jim 266 
Bohlman, Dennis 293, 361 
Bohn, Barbara 330, 361 
Boikan, Ida 253 
Boland, Edmund, 357 
Bolin, Frank 249, 275, 293 
Bolser, Brother Charles, C.S.V. 259, 

293 
Bonifacio, Frank 357 
Boodell, Thomas 174 
Borowski, James 252 
Borysenko, Lucy 145, 273, 293, 361, 

388 
Bouscaren, Mrs. Louis 170 
Boutrous, James 343 
Bowe, Mrs. Augustine 170 



Bowe. Mrs. William 170 
Bowers. Kathleen 293 
Boyd. Virgil 35, 174, 208 
Boyer, John 243 
Boyle, John 235 
Boysen, Mrs. Harry 170 
Braband, Leonard 174 
Bracegirdle, Darlene 253 
Bradley, Bernard 220 
Bradley, Susan 330 
Brand, Mike 216 
Brands, Rena 253 
Brasky, Ted 234 
Brauer, Mrs. Jerald 170 
Braun, Ruth 293, 361 
Bredemann, David 256, 322, 361 
Breen, Michael, 249. 293 
Breier. Thomas 243. 245, 272 
Breitenbach, John 293, 361 
Bremner, Mr. A. 171, 174 
Bremner, Mrs. John 170 
Brennan, Bob 216 
Brennan, James 174 
B.-ennan, Jerry 223 
Brennan, John 45 
Breslin, Carol 40, 289 
Bresnahan, Gerald 343 
Brice, James 174 
Brinkman, Ruth Ann 253 
Brizich, Adrienne 260 
Broadwell, Lucille 253 
Broderick, Bill 223 
Brody, Allen 233 
Bronars, Judith 293, 361 
Brophy, Jack 223, 277, 289 
Brophy, James 130, 223, 289 
Brown, Diane 247, 253, 330, 361 
Brown, James 350 
Brown, John 341, 361 
Brown, Lazzerow 341, 361 
Brown, Michael 270, 277 
Brown, Paula 261 
Brown, Dr. Terrence 273 
Brown, Terry 273 
Brunkard, Pat 257 
Brusca, Peter 344 
Bruun, Mr. John 171 
Bruzzini, Daniel 234, 280 
Brzoza, Donelta 273, 294, 361 
Bubness, Mary Ann 231, 247, 330, 

361 
Buchia, Richard 344, 361 
Buczkowski, Len 226, 294 
Budd. Mrs. Britton 170 
Budill. Mary Jo. 229. 330. 361. 388 
Budzisz, Elaine 229 
Buhl. Richard 361 
Bukowski. Mary Ann 229 
Bullal. Suzanne 330 
Burdick, Mrs. John 170 
Burger. Joe 218 
Burgin. John 344 
Burke. Elaine 231 
Burke, James 294 
Burke, Mrs. James 170 
Burke, John 294, 361 
Burke, Kathleen 139, 229, 250 
Burke, Roseanne 337 
Burke, Thomas 174 
Burke, Mrs. Thomas 170 
Burke, William 174 
Burlage, Rev. Carl, S.J. 206 
Burns, Kathleen 251 
Burny, C. J. 174 
Burny, Robert 174 
Buscaglia, Richard 226 
Buscemi, Judith 260, 267 
Buschbacher, Michael 220, 246, 

322, 361 
Busscher, Warren 246, 250, 275, 

294, 361 
Butler, Veronica 145, 206, 249, 

294, 361 
Buttitta, Jerry 268 
Byrd, Dick 222 
Byrne, Kathleen 40, 294, 361 



Byrne, Michael 277, 361 
Byrne, Mrs. Thomas 170 
Byrnes, John 174 
Byrnes, Mrs. William 170 



Cabin, Nick 239 

Cacioppo, John 225 

Cacioppo, Philip 344, 361 

Cade, Fr. John 237 

Caestecker, Mrs. Julien 170 

Cahill, Mavourneen 145, 330, 361, 388 

Cahill, William 174 

Calderon, Joseph 174 

Caldwell, William 246, 357 

Calibraaro. Dominic 140, 216, 250 

Calistro, Ralph 285 

Callahan. Dan 216 

Callahan. Frank 174 

Callahan, Dr. James 168, 174 

Callahan, Mrs. James 168 

Callahan, Peter 357 

Callahan, Richard 350 

Caltagirone, Lawrence 220 

Calvello, Patricia 344, 361 

Campagna, Philip 294 

Campbell, Kent 174 

Campbell, Matthew 239, 280 

Campbell, Richard 239, 350 

Candioto, Ginny 284 

Cangelosi, Peter 244, 256, 269, 274, 

281, 323, 361 
Canning, Agnes 261, 279 
Canning, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene 179 
Canning, Lila 294 
Cannizzaro, Phil 239, 280 
Cannon, Mrs. Charles 170 
Cappiello, Joseph 350 
Capriotti, Laurence 294, 361 
Caraba, Rich 239 
Carey, Jim 216 
Carey, Thomas 174 
Carlen, Raymond 174 
Carlisle. Eugene 344 
Carlson. A. R. 174 
Carlson. Jeff 225 
Carney. William 243 
Carney. Mr. William 168, 174 
Carney, Mrs. William 170 
Carr, Hugh 219 
Carroll, Bernice 253 
Carroll, Mary 145, 247, 249, 250, 294, 

361, 388 
Carroll, Peggy 267 
Carroll, Ronald 350 
Carter, Robert 350 
Casaman. Dave 226 
Casey, Mrs. John 170 
Casper, Cheryl 262 
Cassaretio, Dr. Frank 257 
Cassidy, Tom 221 
Cassin, Mrs. John 170 
Caster, Mark 243 
Catalano, Kathy 260 
Catania, Dr. Francis 199 
Catelli, Norman 323, 361 
Catullo, Pat 239 
Cavanagh, Mrs. Joseph 170 
Cavanagh, Thomas 174 
Cavedo, Norman 174 
Cecil. Karen 284 
Cecilia. Sister Miriam 333, 369 
Cermak, Bob 216 
Chaikousky, Larysa 361 
Chalton, Mrs. Henry 170 
Chamberlain, Ellen 40, 231 
Chamberlain, Mrs. Henry 170 
Chamberlain, John 174 
Champagne, Maurice 388 
Chatlos, Christine 141, 250 
Chatton, Timothy 350 
Chavin, Paul 294, 361 
Chianelli, Charles 218, 323, 362 
Chicatelli, Paul 283, 344, 362 
Chmura, Mike 256 
Chodkowski, Donald 323 



376 



Chodorowski. Joe 222 
Cholewa, Judith 247 
Chonis, Christine 362 
Chorba, Tom 257 
Chwiecut. Marcia 247, 279, 284, 

294, 362 

Cieplal<. Kathy 229, 247, 249, 294, 362 

Ciesia, Mitchell 218 

Cimino, Francis 144, 223, 246, 279, 

388 
Ciombor, Roderick 295, 362 
Clancy. John 350 
Clark, Byron 270 
Ciack, H. Grant 174 
Clark, Sharon 229 
Clarke, Mr. Charles 168, 174 
Clarke. Mrs, Charles 170 
Clarke, Edris 330 
Clarke. Mrs. John 170 
Clarkson. Miss Rita 137 
Clausi, Enrico 270 

Clohesy, William 140. 246. 249. 250, 275 
Close, James 174 
Close, Michael 226 
Coachman, Renette 261 
Coaker, John 174 
Coari, Jim 272 
Cochran, David 246 
Cochran, Richard 357 
Cogan, Larry 235 
Coglianese, James 234, 246 
Colby, Donald 220 
Cole, Dean 350 
Cole, Robert 174 
Coleman, Barbara 253 
Collins, James 246 
Collins. Kevin 279 
Collins. Mary 295 
Colnon. John 174 
Comiskey. Charles 174 
Comstock, Harry 174 
Cone, Mrs. Fairfax 170 
Conigiio. Kathy 227 
Conley. Dr. Raymond 171 
Conlon, Dennis 362 
Connelly. Mr. John 195 
Connelly. Timothy 35, 174 
Connelly, Mr. Timothy 171 
Connelly, Mrs. Timothy 170 
Conner, Cheryl 295, 362 
Connery, Mrs. John 170 
Connery, Pat 247, 249. 260, 267, 276. 

295 362 
Coniff', Kathleen 295, 362 
Conolly. Coleman 357 
Connolly. Patricia 362 
Conroyd. Mr. W. Daniel 165. 167. 174 
Considine. Frank 174 
Considine. Thomas 174 
Coogan. Mrs. Thomas 170 
Cook, George 249, 295, 362 
Cook, Mary 253 
Cook. Ronald 234, 350 
Cooke, Mrs. Thomas 170 
Cooley, Dennis 256 
Cooper, Sharon 229 
Coopmans. Shirley 330 
Copek. Peter 249, 250, 295, 362 
Corbett, Mrs. James 170 
Corboy. Sheila 230, 247, 249, 273, 

295, 362 

Corby, Francis 174 
Corcoran, Marion 253 
Corcoran, Mary 284 
Cordell, Joseph 174 
Cordes, Mr. Philip 171, 174 
Corrigan, Kathy 206 
Corte, S. Charles 174 
Coston, James 177 
Coulas, Cathleen 295 
Coulolias, Alkivialhis 295, 362 
Cox, James 167, 207 
Coyle, A. Barbara 253 
Creedon. Hugh 237 
Creighton, Harry 174 
Cremin, William 174 



Cremin, Mrs. William 170 

Crimmins, Jerry 221, 295, 362 

Crinion. John 257. 295, 362 

Crippen, Philip 174 

Cronin, Robert 246 

Cross, Bernard 350 

Cross, Louis 174 

Crotty, Michael 263 

Crowder. Donald 174 

Crowley, Patrick 174 

Crowley, Mrs. Patrick 170 

Cudahy. Mrs. Edward 170 

Cudahy. Michael 174 

Culen. Elaine 134 

Cullen, Bernard 388 

Cuilen, James 174 

Cullinan. Mary Jane 253 

Cummings, Hon. Walter 168. 174 

Cummings, Mr. Walter 168. 174 

Cummings. Mrs. Walter 170 

Cummins. Bill 263 

Cuneo, Mrs. John 170 

Cusick. A. J. 174 

Cwiklinski. Christine 132, 330 

Czerniak, Robert 218 



Dahm, Diane 287 

Daley. Mrs. Richard 170 

Daly, Ramond 35 

D'Ambrosio. Dominick 249 

Damko, John 337 

D'Andrea, Mary 260 

Danza, Sal 220. 362 

Davidson. Bernadette 253 

Davis. Glenn 222 

Dawson. Dr. Paul 35 

Dean, Mr. Thomas 168. 174 

Dean. Mrs. Thomas 170 

Debord. Viola 253 

deButts. Mr. John 168 

DeCaluwe, Stephanie 251 

DeCarlo. Dee 231. 258 

Dee. Kathleen 249 

Deenihan. Mary 295 

Degnan. James 174 

DeGryse. Charles 174 

DeGiyse. Ruby 249. 295 

DeJohn. James 249. 295 

Deksnys. Romaulda 262 

Delaney. Mrs. James 170 

Delaney. Philip 174 

Del Campo. Joe 217 

Del Greco. Robert 249, 295. 362 

De Luga, Vincent 269 

Demilliano, Maryann 331. 362 

DeMonte, Tony 219 

Deneen, Mary 253 

Dengler, Dieter 98 

De Nicolo, Bill 221 

Denkewalter, Kim 131. 270 

Dennis. Ellen 228 

Denys. Martin 249. 261, 296 

DeOrio. Anthony 226, 243, 246. 249. 

296. 362 
DePauw. Phil 219 
Derby, Norman 275. 296 
DeRose. Louie 226 
DeRosia. Sue 388 
Desch. Rose 253 
deSmet. Mrs. Louis 170 
D'Esposito. Puddy 231 
DeVault, Rev. Joseph 166 
Devine, William 174 
Devlin, William 234, 246. 350, 362 
De Vries, Gerald 249 
DeWolf. A. J. 174 
DeZur, Tom 225 
DiCarlo, Carlo 268 
Dicello, Angelo 174 
Dichelman, Mr. S Mrs. Carl 179 
Dickinson. Cecily 258. 296. 362 
Dieter, Lynn 229 
Diffendal, Joseph 174 
Digate, Len 222 
Di Girolano, Bob 223 



Dilorio, Leonard 244, 245, 256, 281, 

323, 362 
Di Lallo. Carole 132 
Di Leonardo, Barbara 249, 296 
Dillon, Rev. John 181 
Dillon, Terrence 174 
Dillon. Mrs. Terrance 170 
Divane. William 174 
Dmukauskas. Simon 296 
Dobrocki, Nancy 260 
Doherty. Elizabeth 331. 362 
Dolan. Thomas 130, 223 
Dolatowski, William 217 
Dolezal, Victoria 249. 296. 362 
Doligala, Dennis 296, 362 
Doll, Barbara 253 
Dollard, Rev. Stewart 166 
Dominiec. Bob 225 
Domke. John 218 
Domagalski, Ray 285 
Donahue, Jack 134, 246, 362 
Donlon, Laurie 331, 363 
Donnelly, James 174 
Donovan, Patricia 296. 362 
Dooley. Cecile 274 
Dooley, Dale 296 
Dooley, Mr. James 168, 174 
Dooley, Joe 225 
Dooley, William 174 
Dooley, Mrs. William 170 
Doroshenko. Ludmyla 296, 363 
Dorschel, Mr. Querin 168, 174 
Dorschel. Mrs. Querin 35, 170 
Dougherty. J. D 174 
Dougherty. Mary 284 
Dove. John 296 
Dowdle. James 218 
Doyle. Bernard 222, 267 
Doyle, Leo 174 
Doyle, Timothy 174 
Drake, Bonnie 363 
Drake. Mrs. Harry 170 
Drake, Mrs. Lyman 170 
Draus. Gilbert 323. 363 
Dreher. Noelle 229 
Drennan. William 174 
Dresen. Diana 229. 331 
Drew. Theresa 261 
Dring. Gail 331, 363 
Driscoll, George 174 
Drum, Ed 235 
Dryden, Mary 230, 273 
Drymalski, Hon. Raymond 174 
Duffy. Chuck 216 
Duffy. Thomas 174 
Dulin. Rev. John 216, 243 
Dunne, Mr. Edward 170, 174 
Dunne, Mrs. R Jerome 170 
Durkin. Alice 253 
Durkin. Jim 217. 244. 246. 296 
Durkin, Waller 243 
Durlak. Joe 144, 205, 249, 276, 

296, 363, 388 
Durslag. Dan 233 
Dwyer. Barney 277 
Dyba. Mr. Thomas 180 
Dziedzina. Diana 258, 272, 279, 281. 

323. 363 
Dzik. MaryAnn 253 



Eastman. Mary 231 

Economou. Richard 351 

Edgeworth. Bob 289. 297. 363 

Egan, James 174 

Egan, Joe 221 

Egan, William 344, 363 

Eichinger, Donna 144, 250. 297. 363. 

388 
Eichner. R. J. 174 
Eidenmuller, Gerald 246 
Elwald, Mrs. Paul 170 
Emanuele, Nick 35. 206. 243, 246, 

249. 250. 297 
Emiley. Steve 216 
Emmett, Paul 249, 297, 363 



Engert, Liz 229 

Erick, Brother Pascal, C.F.A. 244, 

245, 256 
Ericson, Carol 337 
Ernst, Martha 297. 363 
Ertman. Richard 272. 323. 363 
Erxleben. Edward 141, 250 
Espinosa, John 344 
Estabrook, Mrs. John 170 
Estey, Archie 239 
Etten, Miss Marion 171 
Etten. Nicholas 243, 246 
Eulenberg, Alexander 174, 176 
Evans, John. Sr. 174 



Facio. Fidel 269 

Fahey. Mrs. John 170 

Falkeis. Mary 297 

Fallon. David 174 

Falvey. Patrick 246, 351 

Fang. Simon 341 

Farrell. Fran 260 

Farwell. Mrs. John 170 

Fasano. Ross 216 

Faust. Lee 262 

Fedjniak. Mike 279 

Fegan, John 73, 216, 297, 363 

Feldman, Larry 233 

Feltman, Daniel 281 

Fernbach, Ronald 351 

Ferraro. Judith 297, 363 

Feulner, Edwin 174 

Fiedler. Edward 174 

Fiedler. Mrs George 170 

Filas, Rev. Francis 205 

Finley. Morgan 174 

Finn. Mark 351 

Finnegan. Jim 226 

Flore. Al 226, 246 

Firlit, Sharon 253 

Fish. Juliana 253 

Filch. Nina 249. 297, 363 

Fitzgerald. George 174 

Fitzgerald. Dr. J. Robert 35 

Fitzgerald, John 224. 279 

Fitzgerald. Joseph 174 

Fitzpatrick. Colleen 363 

Flaherty. Mrs. Jerome 170 

Flanagan, Mrs, C. Larkin 170 

Flanagan. John 174 

Flesor, Mike 219 

Fletcher. Connie 139, 250, 388 

Fletcher. Robert 243. 246. 250 

Flick. Mrs. Augustine 170 

Flynn. Ann 261 

Foehr. Frank 239 

Foley. John 174 

Foley. Mary Ann 253 

Foley. Patrick 246 

Foley, Mrs. Robert 170 

Fontana. Gail 261 

Foody. Mr. Walter 171 

Ford. Liz 289 

Formell. Arthur 256. 323, 363 

Forner, Annamarie 266 

Forst. Rich 262 

Forsylhe. John 130 

Fortier. Jacqueline 253 

Foster. Robert 249, 297, 363 

Fox. Rev. Robert 285 

Foy. John 174 

Frain. Andrew 174 

Frain. Michael 174 

Frake. Jerry 221 

Francescatti, Darius 297 

Francis, John 234 

Francona. Carol 285 

Frank. Maurice 174 

Franke. Robert 272 

Fransioli. Paul 275, 297 

Franson. Stan 234 

Frawley. Stanley 174 

Freeburg. Quentin 298. 363 

Freund. Mrs. J. Dennis 170 

Prey, Joan 229 



377 



Friedman, Herbert 351 

Fritz, Fredrick 324. 363 

Froetilich, Nancy 273, 298, 363 

Froelich, Cezar 298 

Froh, John 351 

Froml<es, John 235 

Frost, Michael 226 

Fuertges, Daniei 234, 351, 363 

Fuller, Warren 357 

Furda, Greg 216, 246 

Furlong, Clair 176 

Furman, Eugene 244 

Futterer, Mary Lou 298, 363 



Gabel, Arn 298, 363 

Gable, J, B. 174 

Gabrielle, Sister M. 331 

Gadbois, Claude 234 

Gaddini, Oliver 45 

Gainer, Terry 270 

Gajewski, Mike 226 

Gajewski, Robert 226 

Galias, Alexa 261 

Gallagher, Arthur 174 

Gallagher, Charles 174 

Gallagher, Mrs. Charles 170 

Gallagher, Frank 174 

Gallagher, Imelda 341 

Gallagher, Patrick 257 

Gallery, Kathleen 284 

Gallery, Admiral William 174 

Galliani, Bob 239 

Gallicchio, Sal 273 

Galligan, James 174 

Gallo. Alfred 174 

Gale, Mary 253 

Galvin, Mrs. Paul 168, 170 

Galvin, Robert 177 

Galvin, Thomas 174, 236 

Gambia, Richard 249, 298,363 

Ganey, Mr. Raymond 171 

Gangitano, Carl 239 

Gapshis, Marty 262 

Garcia, Mike 224 

Gardner, David 344 

Gardner, Joseph 298, 363 

Gargiulo, Anthony 338 

Garner, Gene 73 

Garrilz, John 221 

Garvey, Richard 226, 246, 298, 363 

Garvy, William 174 

Gast, Paul 298 

Gaynor, John 243, 244, 245, 256, 

324, 363, 
Gearen, John 174 
Geddo, Frances 253 
Gekas, Alexandra 338 
Gendron, Nanette 298, 363 
Gensler, Alfred 298 
Geoffrey, Tom 143, 388 
Gerace, James 363 
Geraghty, Martin 222, 243, 249, 298, 

363 
Gerbac, Linda 262 
Gerber, Jay 174 
Gerberi, Mike 223 
Gerke, James 324, 364 
Gerken, Cathy 227, 247 
Gerrietts, Dr John 193 
Gerstenbrand, Konrad 324, 364 
Geyer, Donia 331 
Gibbons, Mr. William 171 
Gibbs, Greg 73 
Gibula, Robert 218 
Gilchrist, Mrs. Malcolm 170 
Gilleran, Joan 331, 364 
Gillies, Mr. Frederick 168, ,174 
Gillies, Mrs. Frederick 170 
Gillman, Thomas 234, 280, 282 
Gillmore, Mary 229 
Gilsinan, James 249. 298, 364 
Ginex, Maria 229, 298 
Girsch, Jerome 324 
Giunta, Betty 231, 298, 364 
Glatz, Carl 218 



Glazar, Chris 40, 130, 247 

Glesson, Edv^fard 174 

Gluck, LTC Donald 196, 252 

Glunz, Louis 174 

Gober, Bruce 299 

Goedert, John 176 

Goehl, Robert 246 

Goetz, Rita 229 

Goglin, Aurel 179, 299, 364 

Goglin, Mrs. Aurel 179 

Gogola, Sharon 299, 363 

Goicoechea, Robert 137, 250, 299, 

364 
Goldblatt, Mrs. Lynne 170 
Golden, Robert 252, 269, 299, 364 
Goldrick. John 174 
Golec, Thomas 351 
Gombus, Leslie 218 
Gonser, Thomas 174 
Goodrich, Martha 253 
Gorczycam, Elaine 229 
Gorman, Paul 299, 364 
Gorski, Marianne 262 
Gotzes, Hubert 174 
Govekar, Paul 252, 324 
Grabowski, Ed 236 
Grabowski, Roger 131, 133, 217, 

245, 246, 268 
Grace, Helen 253 
Grady, Joseph 299 
Grafft, Bernard 174 
Graham, Mrs. Donald 170 
Graham, Mary 231, 299, 364 
Graham, Robert 299, 364 
Graham, Mrs. Robert 170 
Graham, Steve 226 
Graham, Vincent 174 
Granado, John 222 
Grant, Mary 227 
Grassi, Anthony 324 
Graves, Raymond 218 
Green, Don 272 
Green, Richard 344 
Gregory, Carol 227 
Gregory, Sister M. 331 
Grella, Anthony 223, 299 
Griffin, James 174 
Griffm, Leon 261 
Griffin, Patrick 344, 364 
Griffin, Thomas 264 
Gnvetti, John 289 
Grodoski, Gail 227. 247. 331. 364 
Grogen. J. E. 174 
Grohar. Bill 216. 299, 364 
Grollig, Rev. Francis 188, 259 
Gross, Alfred 243 
Grole, George 299, 364 
Grover, Mary 249, 364, 388 
Gryonka, Glenn 249 
Gryzio, MatthevK 234, 280, 282 
Grzywna, Adam 279 
Guadagno, Thomas 299, 364 
Guadagnuolo, Rosemarie 231 
Gubbins, Patrick 338 
Guetzow, Eugene 220 
Guide, James 246 
Guilbault, Mrs. Joseph 170 
Gunderson, Judy 285 
Gunderson, Russell 266 
Gutowski, Walter 252, 324 
Guziec, Frank 257 
Guziel, Edwin 281, 364 



Hackert, Valerie 331 

Hafer, Mrs. Henry 170 

Hafner, Frederick, C.S.V. 299, 364 

Hagan, John 235 

Hagedorn, Thomas 351, 364 

Hahn, Frank 244, 245, 256, 324, 364 

Hahn, Jerry 76 

Haider, Mrs. Donald 170 

Hajduk, Robert 299, 364 

Halas, Mr. George 168,174 

Haley, Bill 263 

Hallberg, Terry 300 



Halle, Edward 357, 364 

Halligan, William 174 

Halusek, John 256 

Halusek, Lawrence 324, 364 

Halverson, Sally 300, 364 

Hamilton. Steve 73 

Hanley. R. Emmett 174 

Hanlon. Bernadette 300 

Hanlon. Terrence 300 

Hannan. Christopher 253 

Hannon. Eugene 174 

Hannon. William 344 

Hansen. Glenn 222, 234 

Hanson, James 338 

Hapaniewski, Ed 134, 246 

Haravon, Kalhy 231 

Harbertson, Lane 234, 351, 364 

Harding, Bonita 247 

Harhen, Margaret 231 

Harper, Rich 73 

Harrigan, Michael 249, 300, 364 

Harrington, Eileen 132, 247, 331, 364 

Harris, J. Ira, Sr. 174 

Harrold, Frank 259 

Harshbarger, Fran 132 

Hart, John 300, 364 

Hartigan, Bob 262 

Harlman, Charles 300 

Hartman, Robert 300 

Hartzer, Ronald 239, 351, 365 

Harvey, Mary Ann 253 

Harwas, Dolores 253 

Haser, Harry 174 

Hassett, Jim 235 

Hatzell, Marilyn 231, 258, 281 

Hauser, Mrs. Emil 170 

Haverstock, Tom 234 

Hawkins, Mrs. Kenneth 170 

Hawkins, Michael 183, 218 

Hawkins, Mr. Thomas 165, 167 

Hayden, Thomas 324, 365 

Hayes, Barbara 253 

Hayes, Rev. Donald 166 

Hayes, Dr. John 90, 167 

Hayes, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph 179 

Hayne, Anthony 226, 300 

Haywood, Mrs. Harris 170 

Healy, Eileen 300, 365 

Healy, Wayne 174 

Hedrick, Bill 133, 140, 300, 365 

Heffernan, Michael 259 

Heidenrick, Mary 251 

Heilman, Sue 258 

Heiman, Gerald 239, 351 

Hein, Anna 331 

Heiss, Richard 270, 279 

Held, David 277 

Heller, James 174, 249 

Heller, Dr. Melvin 284 

Hellgeth, Bob 285, 300, 365 

Hempelman, Stephen 235 

Henaghan, Pat 285 

Hendren, Carol 249 

Henningsen. Tom 272, 324, 365 

Henry, Marianne 253 

Herkel, John 249, 300, 365 

Hermes, Thomas 174 

Hernandez, Pete 226 

Herring, Bob 234 

Hesctian, Sharon 300, 365 

Hettich, Paul 237 

Hickey, Mr. Matthew 168, 174 

Hickey, Mrs. Matthew 170 

Hicklin, Timothy 219, 252 

Higgins, Preston 174 

Higgins, Susan 249 

Hilde, Jack 351 

Hildebrand, Mariann 267 

Hilden, Vincent 218, 273 

Hillmert, William 174 

Hines, Mr. Charles 168, 174 

Hirschauer, Bill 216 

Hixon, Ray 73, 216 

Hoban, Frank 131 

Hodur, Robert 239, 351 

Hoeffer, Gen. Henry 174 



Hoehl, Mary 45 

Hoffier, Monica 253 

Hoffman, Helen 338 

Hoffman, Robert 239, 351 

Hofherr, John 246, 300, 365 

Hogan, Mr. Frank 171 

Hogan, Mr. James 171 

Hogan, Kalhryn 301 

Hogan, William 246 

Hokanson, A. H. 174 

Holcomb, Janet 253 

Holland, Mrs. Charles 170 

Hollander, Henry 344 

Hollenkamp, Joe 222 

Hollenkamp, Robert 301 

Holohan, Joyce 331, 365 

Helton, Sonja 253 

Homor, Emery 358 

Hoobchaak, Mary 262, 279 

Hopfner, Daniel 252 

Horn, James 222 

Horvath, James 244, 245, 256, 324, 

365 
Hosek, Chris 227, 301, 365 
Howald, Judith 301 
Howe, Dr. Helen 170 
Hoy. Matthew 174 
Hoy, Mr. Patrick 168, 174 
Hoy, Mrs. Patrick 170 
Huarisa, Mr. John 168, 174 
Huarisa, Mrs. John 170 
Hubrich, Lee 283 
Hucklenbroich, Jeannine 229, 260, 

268, 274, 284 
Hudson, Mr. John 286 
Huguenard, Michael, C.S.V. 301, 365 
Humphrey, Barry 226 
Humphrey, Eugene 174 
Hunt, Edmund 246, 250, 299, 365, 388 
Hurley, Joan 137 
Hurley, John 174 
Hurley, Mrs. Neil 170 
Hurst, Jim 140. 285 
Hutchens. Mrs. Edward 170 
Hynek. John 243. 249, 301, 365 
Hynes, James 220 



lantorno, Maryann 227 
Iburg, Bill 206, 243, 249, 301, 365 
Ignoffo, Matthew 249, 252, 301, 365 
Igoe, James 174 
Igoe, Mrs. Michael 170 
llkiw, Alexandra 344, 365 
Ingevaldson, Paul 224, 281, 325, 365 
Insull, Mr. Samuel, Jr. 168, 174 
Insull, Mrs. Samuel, Jr. 170 
Isbell, Ronald 239, 352 
Isham, Mrs. Henry 170 
Ivanauskas, Laima 145, 388 
Ivanic, Claudette 265, 365 
Izydorski, Clarence 252 
Izzett, Rich 237 



Jachlnski, Janice 231 

Jacks, Robert 131, 133, 244, 245, 

246, 256 
Jackson, Catherine 261 
Jacobs, Thomas 220 
Jacobson, Everett 237 
Jacobson, Michael 301, 365 
Jagiello, Joseph 130 
Jagor. Bruce 174 
Jakob, Joan 258, 264 
Jakob, John 272 
James, Robert 352 
Jameson, Allen 302 
Janczak, Monica 302 
Janiga, Terry 132, 133 
Jannite, Nicholas 256, 325, 365 
Janowick, Jerry 338 
Janowsky, Chuck 219 
Janulaitis, Vic 225, 246, 302, 365 
Jarchow, Mrs. Christian 170 



378 



Jarmoc, Max 134, 246. 272 

Jarolim, June 249, 302, 365 

Jenkins, Al 345 

Jenkins, Lawrence 302 

Jerome, Barbara 258 

Jerome, Marcelle 365 

Jezuil, Jerome 245, 264 

Joebgen, Frank 250, 302, 365 

Johns, Karen 132 

Johnson, Donald 352 

Johnson, Gail 287 

Johnson, Howard 174 

Johnson, James 302 

Johnson, Jeffrey 345 

Johnson, Karen 131, 287 

Johnson, Nan 247 

Johnson, Phil 234 

Johnson, Rich 234 

Johnson, Thomas 345 

Johnson, W. E. 174 

Jolivette, Vince 226 

Jones, Anna 338, 365 

Jones, LaVerne 261 

Jones, Mr. Owen 168. 174 

Jones, Mrs. Owen 170 

Jordak, William 365 

Jordan, Chris 137 

Jordan, Gerald 174 

Jordan, Marcella 132 

Jordan, Richard 35, 136, 137, 243, 

246. 249, 250, 265, 302 
Jorgensen, Wayne 325 
Joyce, Ann 170 
Jo^ce, Edward 243 
Joyce, Joanne 302, 365 
Joyce. Robert 168. 174 
Joyce. Mrs. Robert 170 
Jubyna, Stephen 249. 302. 365 
Juchcinski, James 325 
Junas, Beverly Mace 231 
Juocys, Ai 223 
Juozevicius, Jurate 302, 365 
Juskevich, Barbara 247, 251 



Kaczala. Allan 302 

Kaepplinger, Marjorie 253 

Kalfas, Ray 222 

Kalgert, Mary Lou 302 

Kalina, David 217 

Kamai, Bill 223 

Kaminski. Mitchell 365 

Kamykowski, Daniel 243, 249, 303 

Kane, Thomas 174 

Kane, Sister R. H.S.J. 253 

Kanellakes, Theodore 345 

Kania, Kenneth 303, 366 

Kania. Robert 243, 345 

Kaplan, Marshall 345, 366 

Karden, Steve 233 

Karpus, James 249, 303, 366 

Kartheiser, Mrs. Frank 170 

Kassis, Fred 235 

Kateri, Sister Ann, S.S.C.M. 253 

Kaufman, Muriel 253 

Kaufmann, Peter 237 

Kaufmann, Phil 223 

Kaup, Jerry 263 

Kauth, Pat 132 

Kavadas, John 216 

Kavanagh, Dianne 303, 366 

Kavanagh, Kathleen 303 

Kawane, Donald 352, 366 

Kay, Robert 174 

Kazlas, Raymond 303 

Keane, John 218 

Kearney, Joseph 171, 174 

Kearney, Mrs. Joseph 170 

Keating, Arthur 168, 174 

Keeler, Katherine 332 

Keeler, Margaret 253 

Keeley, Dr. John 171 

Keenan, Barbara 303 

Keenan. Robert 171 

Kenney, Al 262 



Kefer, Charles 303 

Kehoe, Joseph 174 

Keller, Katherine 366 

Keller, Virginia 253 

Kelley, Raymond 174 

Kellstadt. Charles 168, 174, 177 

Kelly, David 243 

Kelly, Ginny 231, 284 

Kelly. Mary 247, 303 

Kelly, Peggy 279 

Kelly, Rosaleen 227, 247 

Kemmer, Randy 219 

Kemofer, Sue 247. 267, 303, 366 

Kendzierski, Daniel 224 

Kendzior, Dennis 281, 325, 366 

Kenlay, Floyd 174 

Kennedy, Anne 366 

Kennedy, David 35 

Kennedy, Helen 303, 366 

Kennedy, Mrs. John 170 

Kennedy, Kathleen 247 

Kennedy, Margaret 35 

Kennedy, Richard 246, 303 

Kennedy, Mr. & Mrs. Richard 179 

Kennedy, W. McNeil 173, 174 

Kennedy, John 174 

Kenny, Edmund 174 

Kenny, Roger 288 

Kerbs, Rich 273, 304, 366 

Kerner, Mrs. Otto 170 

Kerscher, Richard 218 

Kerwin, Charles 168, 174, 177 

Kerwin, Edward 174 

Kerwin, Mrs. Edward 170 

Kessel, Thomas 220 

Kiefer, Joe 277, 289 

Killacky, Kevin 262 

Kimmel, Frank 246 

King, Imogene 253 

Kiniery, Gladys 167, 253 

Kinnare, John 174 

Kinney, Kenneth 219, 366 

Kipnis, William 243 

Kirchner, John 345 

Kirkland, Weymouth 174 

Kirkland, Mrs. Weymouth 170 

Kirshenbaum, Mike 233 

Kirst, Robert 223, 325, 366 

Kiskunas, George 243 

Kissane, Brian 225 

Klamut, Ken 289 

Klees, Judy 228, 332, 366 

Klein, Diane 229 

Klein, Joel 358 

Klein, John 352 

Kleinfall, Bernice 253 

Klem, James 366 

Kleszynski, Al 216 

Klezik, Gregory 239 

Klimas, Ronald 252, 304, 366 

Klinger. Lawrence 174 

Klingsporn, Paul 174 

Kloba, Kenneth 304, 366 

Klocker, Michael 304, 366 

Klocko, Eileen 260 

Klos, Carolyn 249, 304, 366 

Klunder, Patrick 226 

Knipper, John 304, 366 

Knoll, Frank 174 

Knuth, Thomas 304, 366 

Kobel, Linda 229, 247, 259, 304, 366 

Kobler, Dr. Frank 237 

Koehler, Ronald 304 

Kogut, Jack 264 

Kokaska, George 304 

Kolanowski, Marilyn 332 

Kolar, Milton 174 

Kolton, Tim 279 

Konfenderack, Ted 73 

Koning, Jim 234 

Kopala, Beverly 227, 332, 366 

Koppa, Gail 332, 366 

Koprowski, Elaine 248, 263 

Koranda, Kathleen 304 

Korenjak, Mary 229 



Korshak, Sidney 168, 174 

Ko.shak, M.S. oidney 170 

Kosinski. Jim 217 

Kopec, Donald 249, 304 

Kostolansky, John 245 

Kouba. Ken 289 

Kowalski, Lynn 245 

Kozanecki, Rev. Charles, O.F.M. 181 

Kozlowski, Barbara 262 

Krain. Burton 218 

Kraiss. Jim 286 

Krai, Barbara 45, 228 

Krance, Bob 236 

Kretch, Mike 219 

Krasniewski, John 257 

Kreuser, Irene 183 

Kreutzjans. Hank 226 

Krez, Leonard 174 

Krier, Diane 145. 388 

Krivis. Judy 285 

Krogstis. Terry 285 

Krol, Cynthia 247 

Krol, Mary Ann 253 

Krolikowski, Rev. Walter 166, 167, 186 

Kroll, Stanley 243 

Krueger, Tom 224 

Kruise, Lance 239 

Krupa, Ray 267, 284. 304. 366 

Kruse, Lance 352 

Krzyzaniak, Pat 230 

Kubash. Norma 253 

Kubasiak, Gerald 358 

Kubik. James 304. 366 

Kubistal, Carol 227, 304, 366 

Kudia, Dick 266 

Kudia, Frank 218, 305, 366 

Kudulis, John 366 

Kuehlthan, Hugh 305, 367 

Kuhn, Alexander 174 

Kula. John 341 

Kulpa. Jerry 217 

Kunich, Mike 206. 249. 267. 285. 

305, 367 
Kunke, Liz 285 
Kunkel, Laurence 269 
Kupst, Mary Jo 40. 229, 247, 305, 

367 
Kurtz, Arnieta 305, 367 
Kusenko, Barbara 249 
Kush, Michael 305, 366 
Kusnierz, Carol 145, 332, 367, 388 
Kusnierz, Mr. & Mrs. John 179 
Kuszynski, Charles 218 
Kuzmiak, Karen 305, 367 
Kwiecien. Eugene 352 
Kwok. Robert 345, 367 



Laadt. Mrs. John 170 

LaBrot. George 223 

Lachman. Harold 177 

Lackaff. Michael 305. 367 

Ladineo. John 236 

Ladone, Joseph 234. 243, 246. 280. 

282, 352, 367 
Laghezza, Rev. Bernadine 338, 367 
Lakomy, Dennis 325 
Lally. Dr. Ann 170 
Lamb. James 305 
Lammert, Jeanne 144, 247, 250, 305, 

367, 388 
Landry, Robert 305, 357 
Lane, George 174 
Lang, Bob 225 
Lang, Joseph 338 
Lang, Raymond 234, 280, 282, 352 
Lang, Rich 225, 249. 305, 367 
Langer, Annette 338 
Langer, Dolores 229. 247. 305, 367 
Lanterman, Joseph 169, 170, 174, 175 
Lanzarotta, Rosemary 251 
LaPorta, Rosemary 305, 367 
Larkin, Clarence 352 
Larmon, Joe 73 
Laska, Catherine 305, 367 



Latousek, Robert 174. . 

Latter, John 174 

Lattyak, Jerry 222 

Lauduskie, Edward 325, 367 

Laura, Sister M., C.S.F. 253 

Lawlor, Mrs. William, Jr. 170 

Lawnik, Mary 332, 367 

Layden, Elmer 174 

Layden, Tom 236 

Layfield. Sue 132 

Lazarski, Kathleen 251 

Lazarz, Sandra 259, 268 

Leach, David 245. 281 

Leahy. Catherine 253 

Leahy. William 174, 226 

Leavy, William 243, 249, 267 

LeBlanc, Janice 253 

LeBlanc. Mariette 167, 182 

Lebowilz, Ronald 358 

Lederer. Edwin 35 

Lee, John 345 

LeFebre, Martha 274, 306, 367 

Leiber, Shula 237 

Leibman, Morris 174 

Leibowitz, Bette 306 

Leighton, Nathaniel 174 

Leksander, Alan 264, 272, 325, 367 

LeMire. Edward 234, 280, 282 

Lemire. George 171. 352 

Lenahan. Bob 264 

Lenart. Richard 306 

Lennon. Diane 249 

Lennon, Mrs. Eugene 170 

Lentino. Les 130 

Leonarczyk. John 267 

Leonard. Arthur 169. 170. 174 

Leroy. Robert 174 

Lescher, Peggy 132 

Levandoski. Alela 332. 367 

Lever, Mr. & Mrs. Paul 179 

Levine, Myra 253 

Levitt, Ralph 145, 388 

Levoy, Philip 352, 367 

Lewikey, Margaret 230, 306 

Lewis, Clifton 270 

Lewis. Diane 286 

Lewis. James 346 

Lewis, Mrs. James 170 

Lewis. John 174. 177 

Lewis, Mrs. John 170 

Lewis, Mrs. Julia Deal 162 

Lewis, Thomas 174 

Lewis, Mrs. Thomas 170 

Ley, Robert 174 

Leyland, John 235 

Liebman, Morris 176 

Lietz, Paul 226, 306 

Lietz, Dr. Paul 193 

Ligocki, Raymond 245 

Lmd, Dennis 352 

Lmeck. Krisline 257 

Lingo, Paula 306, 367 

Lipari. William 249 

Lipmski, John 220 

Liszka, Robert 218, 325, 367 

Littig, C. Ross 174 

Livorsi, Thomas 249, 273, 306, 367 

Llosa, Fernando 249 

Loba, George 277 

Lobo, A. Fred 250, 306, 367 

Lockwood. Dennis 325. 367 

Lodge, Dr. Mary 101, 253 

Logelin, Mrs. Edward 170 

Logelin, Warren 174 

Loh, Paul 281, 325, 367 

Lohr, Mrs. Lenox 170 

Long, David 257 

Longeway. Marge 258 

Lorenc. Ted 218 

Louise. Sister M. Ellen 332, 363 

Lowell, Susan 227 

Lubanowski, Al 223 

Lubar, Bob 233 

Lubke, Pat 230 

Lubman, Dick 234 



379 



Luby, Pat 285 

Lucianna, Mark 235 

Luckritz, Kathleen 306, 367 

Ludena, RudoHo, 352 

Lukas, Ronald 367 

Lund, Robert 306, 346, 367 

Lundmark, Luke 218 

Luter, George 187 

Luxom, Robert 174 

Lynch, Jack 234 

Lynch, Hon. William 174 

Lynn, Rita 229, 258, 281 

Lynn, Tiffany 145, 258, 272, 279, 388 

Lyons, Bunny 227 



Macalusi, Joe 216 

Mac Cartie, Tad 226, 306, 367 

Mac Donald, William 174 

Maciejewski, Joe 275 

Macievic, Anthony 249, 265, 306, 368 

Maciulis, Richard 306, 368 

Mack, John 174 

Mackey, Carol 332, 368 

Mackin, Terry 257 

Mackle, David 174 

Maday, Daniel 249 

Maday, Richard 183 

Madda, Dr. Carl 171 

Madda, Frank 216 

Madden, John 226, 243 

Madigan, Denise 257, 306 

Madigan, Michael 358 

Madsen, Bob 226 

Maes, Michael 306, 368 

Magee, James 223, 252, 277 

Maggioncalda, Ernest 234, 246 

Magnuson, Ronald 239, 252, 368 

Maguire, Very Reverend James F. 164, 

166, 167 
Mahany, Eugene 174 
Maier, Paul 243, 307, 368 
Mair, Paul 249 

Majcherek, Ginny 132, 133, 228 
Malachovtfski, Robert 235 
Malecki, Robert 281 
Malee, Joe 216 
Malhoit, Greta 253 
Malito, Frank 45 
Malloy, Rev. John 167, 180 
Maloney, Anne-Maureen 247, 248, 263, 

307, 363 
Maloney, Neil 174 
Maloney, Pat 132, 332, 368 
Malorney, Bob 239 
Manderfeld, Caroline 253 
Manelli, Carole 332 
Manelski, Patricia 130, 231 
Manning, Larry 279 
Manolis, Maria 307, 368 
Mansell, Donald 217 
Mantalos, Stella 307, 368 
Manzke, Dennis 307 
March, Dean 245, 272, 281, 368 
Marcucci, Lawrence 35 
Marguerite, Sister M. 333 
Mariella, Dr. Raymond 190 
Marinier, George 270 
Marmoll, Mary 247 
Marnell, Paul 256, 325, 368 
Marotta, Samuel 174 
Marr, Thomas 346, 368 
Marrella, Robert 220, 325 
Marshall, Pat 227 
Martin, James 174 
Martin, John 246, 353 
Martinet, James 325 
Martinelli, Dean 307 
Martinez, Robert 174 
Martinkovic, Dorothy 307, 368 
Mason, Linda 333, 368 
Mataya, James 307, 368 
Matre, Dr. Richard 86 
Matthews, Dick 234 
Matthews, Ed 226 
Matusik, Bob 257 



Matusik, Stanley 280, 353, 368 
May, Deidre 307, 368 
May, Gerald 220, 326, 368 
May, Phil 221. 264, 326 
Mayer, Edna Mae 253 
Mayer, Frank 176 
Mayer, Howard 174 
Mayer, Dr. Raymond 213 
Mazzulla, Tony 224 
McAnally, Kathleen 333, 368, 388 
McCaffree, Sallie 333, 368 
McCaffrey, James 326 
McCaffrey, John 169, 170, 174 
McCall, Jim 239 
McCann, Miss Elizabeth 167 
McCann, Mary 253 
McCann, Mike 219 
McCarthy, Brian 220 
McCarthy, Marcy 288 
McCarthy, Mr. & Mrs. Maurice 179 
McCarty, Mrs. James 170 
McCauslin, Mary Anne 228 
McClay, Mary Beth 230, 307, 368 
McCloskey, Harry 167, 182 
McClugage, James 353 
McClure, Michael 307 
McConville, Arthur 174 
McConville, Edwin 174 
McConville, Mrs. Edwin 170 
McCormack, Maureen 307, 368 
McCormick, Thomas 226, 307, 368 
McCue, James 184 
McDevitt, Bernard 174 
McDonald, Avis 253 
McDonald, Clement 174 
McDonald, Henry 174 
McDonald, Jean 228 
McDonaugh, Mr. & Mrs. Mark 179 
McDonnell, Bill 216, 246 
McElroy, Pat 263 
McEnery, Mrs. Eugene 170 
McEvoy, Mrs. Charles 170 
McFadden, John 236 
McFeatters, Mrs. John 170 
McGann, Bob 141, 216 
McGarr, Frank 174 
McGary, Sandra 333, 368 
McGaw. Foster 35 
McGinley. John 243 
McGinley, Kathy 230 
McGinn, Edward 346 
McGlone, Beth 333 
McGlynn, Richard 237 
McGoorty, John 176 
McGoorty, Mrs. John 170 
McGovern, John 174 
McGowan, Thomas 326, 368 
McGrath, Margaret 253 
McGreevy, John 174 
McGuan, Patrick 174 
McGuire, John 174 
Mcintosh, Mrs. Clemence 170 
McKay, Dr. Rose 101, 253 
McKillup, Brian 216 
McMahon, Dave 263, 288 
McMahon, Frank 143, 250, 388 
McMahon, Thomas 353 
McNair, Alexandra 338 
McNamara, H. V. 174 
McNamara, Mrs. Robert 170 
McPartlin, Mary Louise 88 
McShane, Denny 206, 243, 249, 250, 

307, 368 
Meade, Janis 45 

Meares, Ginger 130, 227, 307, 368 
Medick. Judy 231, 308, 369 
Medved, John 346 
Mee, Charles 174 
Meehan, Mike 222 
Meehan, Robert 251, 274 
Meers, Henry 174, 175 
Meers, Mrs. Henry 170 
Meier, Joanne 133, 228 
Meier, Dr. Robert 256 
Meinardus, Paul 223 
Meirer, Dr. Robert 209 



Mellens, Anthony 252 
Mellican, R. Eugene 243 
Mendez, Robert 353 
Menk, Louis 169 
Menke, Edward 174 
Mentag, Rev. John 166 
Mentesana, Joset 268 
Merrion, Joseph 169, 174, 177 
Merwick, Pat 206, 230, 247, 249, 

251, 308, 369 
Meschler, Charles 243 
Meservey, Jacqueline 253 
Mestek, Diane 227 
Metelka, Ron 279 
Melzler, Mary Ellen 287 
Meyer, Donald 212 
Meyer. Mrs. Joseph 170 
Meyer, Paul 73 
Meyers. Jack 216 
Michelini, Carol 145, 287, 388 
Michna, Bernard 308, 369 
Michor, Mary Ann 253 
Migely, Mrs. Robert 170 
Mikutis, Dennis 353 
Miller, Bonnie 346 
Miller, Mrs. John 170 
Miller, Susan 308, 369 
Mills, Doris 253 
Milos, Dean 308. 369 
Minarcik. John 219 
Mindak, Tom 272 
Mini, Janet 274 
Minkler, Mr. Mark 200 
Minogue, Thomas 246, 346 
Mirabile, James 35, 246 
Mirro, John 216 
Mitchell, Dennis 369 
Mitchell, Dwight 220 
Mitchell, James 338 
Mitchell, Samuel 369 
Mlinarcik, Sandy 40 
Mogilnitsky, Dr. Theodosi 211 
Mokeike, Michael 222, 246 
Moloney. Barbara 284 
Moloney, William 174, 184 
Monco, Walter 358, 369 
Mondlak, Richard 269 
Montgomery, David 263 
Moon, Roger 234 
Moore, Ken 259 
Moore, Philip 243 
Moore. William 252 
Moran, Dave 262 
Moran. Jean 262 
Moran. John 326 
Morganti. Peter 225 
Moriarty, David 326 
Morissette, Marie 229, 279, 284, 308, 

369 
Morof, Arnold 233, 234, 280, 282, 353, 

369 
Morrissey, Edward 174 
Morrissey. Hon. F. Emmett 35 
Morrissey, Mrs. John 170 
Morrissey, Joseph 280, 282, 353, 369 
Morrissy, Raymond 243, 346 
Mortara, Richard 35, 243, 246 
Moschiano, Joseph 243, 245, 281, 326 
Mosley, Harris 261 
Moss, Herb 73 
Moss, Mrs. John 170 
Motley. Eric 243, 267, 284 
Motto, Kathleen 253 
Motto, Mary Kay 230, 273, 308, 369 
Motzny, Chris 228 
Mouhelis, Thomas 308 
Mueller, Bruce 252 
Mueller, Jane 308, 369 
Mueller, Noreen 227 
Mueller, Robert 239, 353 
Muldoon, Ann 230, 273 
Muldoon, Ed 134. 246, 308 
Mulkerin, Ann 308, 369 
Mullady, Patrick 174 
Mullady, Walter 169, 174 
Mullaney, Mrs. Paul 170 



Mullett, Mrs. Aidan 170, 174 

Mulligan, Rev. Robert 165, 166, 167 

Multack, Rick 225 

Muno. fvlarianne 253 

Mundy, Dr. Paul 203 

Munroe, Garfield 249, 308, 369 

Munson, Carl 223 

Murphy. Mrs. Joseph 170 

Murphy, Richard 174 

Murphy, Thomas 236, 346 

Murray, Don 226 

Murray, Fr. Robert 80 

Murtaugh, Mrs. Lewis 170 

Musiala, Bob 272, 281 

Musich, Dave 234 

Muzereus, Paul 220 

Mychak, Dennis 235 

Myers, Jane 308, 369 

Mysyk, Noreen 227, 247, 308, 369 

Myszkowski, Zenon 246, 358, 369 



Nadey, William 220 

Naghten, John 174 

Naghten, Mrs. John 170 

Nale, Thomas 239, 353, 369 

Napier, Judith 308, 369 

Napolitane, Patricia 261 

Narimatsu, Kei 223, 309, 369 

Nasca, Grace 227, 309, 369 

NJash, Joseph 257, 309, 369 

Nash, Phil 216, 309, 369 

Nastali, Al 264 

Natale, Mary 228 

Natkin, Ian 225, 252 

Navarro, Tita 287 

Neglia, Tom 216 

Neis, John 346 

Neis, Richard 249 

Nelson, Patricia 253 

Neu, Jeanne 35, 132, 247, 253, 333, 

369 
Neuhaus, Gertrude 333. 369 
Newton, William 341 
Neybert, Hilary 222 
Nicholas, John 131, 133, 217, 263, 

288 
Nicholas, Sister Mary, P.H. J.C. 253 
Nichols, Earl 220 
Nicholson, Orlee 130 
Niehoff, Mrs. Conrad 169, 170, 177 
Niekrasz, Mr. and Mrs. John 179 
Niekrasz, Mark 226, 309, 369 
Nielsen, Mary 231 
Nigro, Mike 263, 288 
Noe, Judith 309 

Noeller, Helga 229, 273, 309, 369 
Nomura, Glen 73 
Noonan. T. Clifford 174 
Norbey, Ellen 228 
Nosek, William 249, 309, 370 
Notaro, Michael 177 
Nottoli, John 270 
Novak, Jean 333, 370 
Novak, Thomas 358, 370 
Novich, Al 233 
Nowickas, Gary 370 
Nunamaker, Norman 45 



Oakes, Susan 370 

Obert, Betty 228, 247, 333 

O'Boyle, Robert 174 

O'Brien, Bill 216 

O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis 179 

O'Brien, Diane 309 

O'Brien, Patrick 174 

O'Brien, Peggy 288 

O'Brien, Roderick 309 

O'Byrne, Mike 270 

O'Callahan, A. J. 174 

Ochwat, Richard 238, 353, 370 

O'Connell, Mary 139, 247, 249, 250. 

251 
O'Connor, James 310 
O'Connor, Jane 251, 310 



380 



O'Connor, Mrs. Leonard 170 
O'Connor, Pamela 310, 370 
O'Connor, Thomas 310 
O'Donnell, William 174 
O'Dowd, Frank 174 
Oehlberg, Bob 216 
O'Flaherty, Paul 171, 174 
O'Grady, Michael 310 
O'Halloran, James 310 
O'Halloran, Joseph 358,370, 
O'Keefe, John 169, 174 
O'Keefe, Mrs. John 170 
O'Keefe. Timothy 310 
O'Keefe, William 174 
Oldberg, Dr. Eric 35 
Oleck. Marsh 239 
Olejnik. Kenneth 252, 269 
OIko, Bob 236 
Olsen. Earl 339 
O'Malley, John 234, 353, 370 
O'Mara, Joan 247, 310, 370 
O'Meara, Norton 171 
O'Meara, William 174 
O'Neill, Mary Lynn 231 
O'Neill, Paul 225, 370 
Onesto, Olympia 310, 370 
Orendach, Frederick 239, 353, 370 
Orgler, Raymond 310 
O'Rourke, Joseph 174 
O'Shaughnessy, John 174 
O'Shaughnessy, Mrs. John 170 
O'Shaughnessy, Thomas 174 
Ostrom, Barbara 287 
O'Toole, Winifred 171 
Overton, Carl 174 
Ozark, Gerald 220, 326 



Pacer, Andrea 231, 247, 249, 267, 310, 

370 
Pachankis, Johanne 259, 279 
Pallasch, Mr. Bernard 174, 179 
Pallasch, Mrs. Bernard 170, 179 
Pandell, Thomas 326 
Panek, Kenneth 272, 279 
Pantera, Daniel 267 
Papandrea, James 370 
Parent, Susan 310 
Parker, Dennis 326 
Parker, John 236 
Pascale, Vince 268 
Pascucci, Connie 288 
Pasquale, Nancy 333, 370 
Pasquesi, Robert 326, 370 
Passerini, Gabriella 251, 310 
Paterkiewicz, Geraldine 247, 260, 

268, 276, 311, 388 
Patt, Dan 217 
Patterson, Dee 229, 273 
Patterson, Margaret 137, 249, 250, 

311, 370 
Pawela, Rich 222 
Pawlikowski, James 243 
Peca, Kathleen 249, 311, 370 
Pecci, Duane 281, 326, 370 
Peininger, Diane 253 
Peltzer, Donna 341, 370 
Pendergast, John 358 
Pendleton, Sharon 333, 370 
Perell, Roy 222 
Perez, Alberto 326 
Perhack, Ruth 339 
Perkaus, Robert 174 
Perrin, Robert 211 
Peter, Carol 339 
Peters, Frank 226 
Peters, Rev. Walter 189 
Petersen. Mrs. William 170 
Peterson, Gerald 222 
Peterson, Kenneth 234, 353 
Petit, Paul 216 
Petricig. Edward 311, 370 
Petrole, Dawn 228 
Petrowski, Dorothy 253 
Pettinger, Bernard 311, 370 



Petullo, Jim 264 

Pfaff, Marianne 258 

Phelan, Richard 327, 370 

Philip, Sister M. 334 

Phillips, Pamela 231, 311, 370 

Piala, James 311, 370 

Piaskowy, Frank 261 

Piccinini, Cheryl 279 

Piccione, John 370 

Pierce, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald 179 

Pierre, Douglas 234, 280 

Pieszchala, Joyce 229, 311, 370 

Pietrucha, Connie 231, 247, 260 

Pigott, James 174 

Pink, Suzi 262 

Pinsky, Barry 233 

Pinsky. Steven 346 

Pionke, John 217 

Pisano, Jerome 223, 246 

Pisano, Lou 222 

Pisano, Mike 222 

Pisarski, Edmond 353 

Piskorski, Al 219, 270 

Planutis, Christine 334 

Plesh, Brother David. C.S.V. 273 

Pleva, Barb 279 

Plocinski, Arlene 137, 229, 247, 251, 
274, 311, 371 

Plucinski, Theodore 346 

Pluta, Don 222 

Pochopien, Don 219 

Podesta, Mrs. Robert 170 

Podobinski. Mark 277 

Polheber, Richard 252 

Polk, Chris 144, 206, 247, 249, 260. 
276. 311. 371, 388 

Polovy. Robert 354. 371 

Poloway, Kalhy 260, 311 

Poninski, John 339 

Ponticelli, Clarene 227, 312, 371 

Pope, Louise 231. 312, 371 

Pope, Richard 236 

Popek, Karen 251 

Pooyak. Gary 354 

Posey, Tom 270 

Potempa, Bob 224 

Potsic, Steven 346, 371 

Potter, Donald 174 

Potter, Howard 174 

Poulsom, Carol 132, 133, 247, 334, 

371 
Powe. Larry 312, 371 
Powell, Ronald 354, 371 
Powers, James 312, 371 
Powers, John 223, 312 
Powers. Judy 253 
Powers, William 327, 371 
Prebis, Jim 217 
Prepura. Wayne 223 
Prevender, Terry 239 
Price. Paul 327 
Primeau, Richard 371 
Pritchard, Rosemary 334 
Procarione, William 275, 312 
Pruchniak. Joan 253 
Przybyla. Ron 257 
Przywara, Barbara 312 
Ptasinski. Joseph 224 
Pucilo, Joann 229 
Pullam, Mary 258 
Pulsipher, David 354 
Pupillo, Louis 312 
Putis, Tony 270 
Pytlik, Eric 327, 371 



Quattrocki, Edward 341, 371 

Ouevillon, Robert 371 

Quinn, James 174 

Quinn, Peter 220 

Quinn, William 169, 170, 174 



Raabe, Micky 230 



Reach, Gretchen 227 

Raasch, Nance 249, 267 

Rachwalski, Frank 264, 327, 371 

Rada, Michael 312 

Radcliffe, Jim 73 

Radley, Keith 354 

Radloff, Sharon 251 

Radous, Cherilyn 312 

Radtke, Phil 225 

Raettig, James 346, 371 

Ramirez, Jan 269 

Ramljak. Frank 220. 327, 371 

Ranahan, Mike 235 

Randick, Richard 226, 312, 371 

Rangel, Vincent 220, 246, 272, 327 

Ranieri, William 243 

Rappaport, Richard 243, 246 

Rasane, Ray 275, 285 

Ratkovic, Ann-Marie 249, 312, 371 

Redmond, Kevin 222 

Reedy, James 174 

Reedy, Thomas 174 

Reedy, Mrs. Thomas 170 

Reese, Judy 231, 312, 371 

Regan, Ben 174 

Regan, Timothy 327 

Regner, Leroy 243, 264, 281 

Regnery, Henry 174 

Reid, Clyde 261 

Reilly. Stuart 312 

Reisbejg, Allan 312, 371 

Remien, Mrs. Charles 170 

Renier, Celeste 253 

Repel, Thomas 220 

Restarski, Fred 219 

Reter, Ron 224 

Reuter, John 221 

Reynolds, Mrs. Thomas 170 

Rezac, Frank 313. 371 

Rezler, Dr. Julius 89 

Rhinedollar, Major John 287 

Riccio. Terrence 131 

Rice. Eileen 339 

Rice, Patricia 253 

Rich. Dr. William 94 

Riggs. John 354 

Riley, Bob 133 

Riley. Elwood 339 

Rinaldo, Ellen 263 

Rink. Paul 206. 246. 249, 313, 371 

Riordan, Maureen 313 

Ripperger, Albert 259 

Rishtya, Leila 260 

Ritt, James 358 

Rittle. Patricia 249, 313, 371 

Rizzo, Mario 313, 371 

Roach, Mike 226 

Roache, Edna 253 

Roberts, William 174 

Robertson. Mrs. Raymond 170 

Robison. Kay 313, 371 

Roche, Burke 174 

Rodman, Rev. Hugh 187 

Rodman, Steven 313 

Roehm, Dana 334 

Roessler, Madeline 253 

Rogan, Bob 217 

Rokos, Bob 234 

Rokosz, Ronald 252 

Rolewick, David 252 

Rolos, Robert 354 

Romb, Rev. Anselm, O.F.M. 181 

Roney, Anne 253 

Rose, Joseph 174 

Rosen, Jan 233 

Ross, Bob 223 

Rossi, Raymond 275, 313, 371 

Rossi, Vincent 239, 280 

Rothing, Mrs. Frank 170 

Roti, Thomas 252, 313, 371 

Roubik, Mrs. Charles. Sr. 170 

Rougeau, Weldon 313, 371 

Rovai, Louis 313 

Rowan, John 130 



Rowland, Edwin 174 
Roy, Joseph 313, 371 
Rozen, Jan 280 
Rubestein, Michael 233 
Rubloff. Mrs. Arthur 170 
Rudin, Dan 233 
Rudis, Anthony 174 
Rudis, Vandy 371 
Ruholl, Marcie 285 
Rulle, William 313 
Rundquist, Paul 141, 263, 288 
Rupright, David 277 
Rusignuolo, Bob 145. 223, 388 
Russo, Paula 313. 371 
Rutili. Anita 313. 372 
Rutkowski, Len 216 
Rulledge, Robert 35 
Ruzicka^ Dolores 314, 372 
Ryan, Bill 73 
Ryan, Cornelius 174 
Ryan, John 130, 133, 288, 314 
Ryan, Philip 174 



Sabath, Jay 339 

Saems. Rosemary 287 

Satfold, Andrea 339, 372 

Sahgal, Sorendra 341, 372 

Saigh, Robert 246, 250 

Salavator, Jim 222 

Saldanha, Peter 243 

Salem, Don 233 

Saletla, Charles 224 

Salilore, James 314 

Saltore, Jim 339 

Samples, Edward 35, 234, 246, 372 

Sanculius, Joseph 171 

Sanders, Bruce 233 

Sanders, Raymond 358 

Sanders, Thomas 184 

Sandstrom, Nils 354, 372 

Santell, Donna 314, 372 

Santos, Tamara 251 

Santucci, Raymond 346 

Sargent, Richard 314, 372 

Sassen, James 184 

Saunders, Richard 234, 246, 354 

Savage, Joseph 174 

Savier, Janet 314, 372 

Savoy, Dean 315, 372 

Sawicki, Bob 226, 347 

Sawicki, John 216 

Scavetta, Joseph 347, 372 

Schanzel, Charles 234, 239, 282 

Schatteman, Anne 132, 253, 334, 372 

Scherer, Mary 44 

Schiro, Chrisann 299, 247, 314, 372 

Schlacks, Jane 314, 372 

Schlechter, Janet 314, 372 

Schlee, Lare 223 

Schlesinger, Gary 225, 314, 372 

Schmidt, Frank 219, 257 

Schmidt, John 174 

Schmitt, Mrs. William 170 

Schmitz. Mrs. Herbert 170 

Schneider, Al 233 

Schneider. Olive 253 

Schneider, Margaret 231 

Schoen, Dr. William 82, 167 

Schoenbaum, Matthew 167 

Schoenhofen, Leo 177 

Schreiber, John 131, 217, 243, 246 

Schreiber, Ronald 321, 372 

Schrceder, William 130, 246, 288, 314 

372 
Schudel, Fred 219 
Schuetz, Micky 235 
Schuh, Daniel 314, 372 
Schulien. John 239 
Schwegel, Barbara 253, 334, 372 
Schweitzer. Glenn 355. 372 
Schwind. Carolyn 334, 372 
Scigalski, Robert 226 
Scopacasa, Mary 334 



381 



Scott, Bill 236 

Scully, David 130, 133, 226, 246, 372 

Seagfen, Stan 221 

Seagroves, Mictiael 314, 372 

Sears, Mrs. Richard II 170 

Sebastian, Patricia 286 

Sebastian, Rita 314 

Sebastian, Wendell 314 

Sedivy, Alan 261 

Sedivy, Bob 133 

Seely, Julianne 279, 315, 372 

Seko, Mr. & Mrs. Louis 179 

Selfridge, Dr. Frederick 95 

Seminetta, Joanne 260 

Setka, Bob 273 

Sexton, Mrs. Thomas 170 

Sexton^ Mrs. William 170 

Sextro, Fred 171 

Seymour, James 226 

Shadell, Alice 249 

Sharkey, Bob 273, 315, 372 

Sharpe, Jim 270 

Shea, Bonnie 229 

Sheahan, Joanne 249 

Sheahin, John 246 

Shearin, Robert 243 

Sheedy, Michael 315 

Sheehan, Edward 174 

Sheehan, Mrs. Edward 170 

Sheehan, Dr. John 95, 165, 167 

Sheehan, Joseph 327 

Sheehan, Mary 228 

Sheila, Sister Mary Donohue, H.H.S. 

331, 388 
Shenahan, Martin 174 
Sheridan, Donald 174 
Sheridan, Mrs. Donald 170 
Shipman, Barbara 253 
Shrader, Joe 217 
Shukes, Richard 355 
Sidman, Donald 339 
Sikora, Gregory 243 
Sill, Vincent 169, 174 
Sill, Mrs. Vincent 170 
Simon, Jo Anne 334 
Simone, Armand 236 
Simons, Kenneth 372 
Sincere, Francis 315, 373 
Sinek, Mrs. William 170 
Sislo, James 355, 373 
Sjostrom, Joseph 141, 250 
Skidmore, Margaret 231 
Sklar, Ronald 35, 243 
Skowron, Ernest 355 
Skowronek, Christine 249, 315 
Skuble, Marilee 315 
Slabv, Shirley 315, 373 
Slagel, Vince 223 
Slayen, Larry 233 
Sliwa, Daniel 220 
Sliwa, Wayne 249, 315, 373 
Sloan, Mary Ruth 253 
Slocumb, Frank 224, 252 
Slomka, Pat 287 
Slotkowski, Leonard 268 
Slover, Bill 223 
Small, Rev. Joseph 166, 201 
Smas, Mitch 257, 315, 373 
Smialek, Kathy 231, 247, 284, 315 
Smith, A. C. 174 
Smith, Jane 231 
Smith, John 169, 174, 177 
Smith, Lawreen 315 
Smith, Leon 249, 265, 315, 373 
Smith, Marilyn 253 
Smith, Patricia 334 
Smith, Richard 327, 373 
Smith, Theodore 261 
Smith, Mrs. Walter Byron 170 
Smolinski, Leona 253 
Smoloch, Leslie 315 
Smoron, Noel 144, 247, 248, 253, 334, 

373, 388 
Smucher, Pat 226 
Smyth, John 174 
Smyth, Mrs. John, Jr. 170 



Snite, Fred 177 

Snyder, Al 73 

Sobanski, Virginia 259 

Sobieski, John 206, 243, 246, 248, 

249, 263, 315, 373 
Sobin, Suzanne 335 
Sochacki, Wayne 222 
Sohm, Dick 270, 316, 373 
Solano, Dr. Louis 197 
Solari, Ann 45 
Soltykowski, Robert 316, 373 
Sommers, Tom 263 
Sorce, Angelo 347 
Sorich, Joan 227, 316, 373 
Sorich, Samuel 249 
Souyoul, Richard 264, 327, 373 
Soyka, Mary Anita 353 
Sparmacher, Dollie Ann 253 
Spears, Debbie 229 
Spears, Harriet 316 
Specht, Frederick 169, 174, 177 
Specht, Mrs. Frederick 170 
Specht, Gerard 174 
Speh, Frank 252, 277 
Spellman, Harry 174 
Spengler, Bruce 243, 249, 316, 373 
Spielman, Joseph 218 
Spiess, Mrs. Carlos 170 
Spina, Nicholas 316, 373 
Spohr, Herbert 277 
Stabell, Edward 355 
Stachowicz, Victoria 132 
Stachyra, Marcia 253 
Stack, Colette 253 
Stack, Tom 388 
Stadler, Roberta 316, 373 
Staes, Judy 260 
Stala, Melody 231, 247 
Stall, William 316, 373 
Stamm, Dr. Thomas 171 
Stanitz, John 220, 264, 327 
Stanton, Nadine 316, 373 
Stanuch, Bob 225 
Starks, Robert 316, 373 
Starsiak, Drew 225 
Stassi, Sam 355 
Station, Claret 316, 373 
Stavros, Jean 253 
Stayton, Larry 279 
Stearns, Charles 238, 355, 373 
Steber. Clarence 174 177 
Stelancic, Michael 316, 373 
Steftan, Kenneth 243 
Steffens, Mark 270 
Stehr, Christian 347 
Steigerwald, Karl 245 
Stein, Sand.a 249, 316, 373 
Steinbrecher, Joan 183 
Steiner, Penny 231 
Stempien, Tom 222 
Stephens, Douglas 288 
Stephens, Rich 234 
Stevenson, Jack 130, 246 
Stift, Virginia 253 
Stilwagen, Mary Margaret 230, 273, 

316, 373 
Slimming, Charles 35 
Stinson, Dr. Donald 204, 248 
Stockey, Larry 224 
Stolarczyk, Daniel 222, 249, 316 
Stone, W. Clement 177 
Stopak, Stephennie 247, 317 
Stopka, John 222 
Stovall, Willard 252 
Stozek, Conrad 340 
Straub, Bob 73 
Streck, Ludwig 35, 131, 243, 245, 

246, 264, 328, 373 
Streiff, John 234, 280, 282 
Strezewski, Dolores 317 
Stroke, Gerri 132 
Strom, Jim 206, 249, 317, 373 
Struck, Renee 231 
Strug, Robert 286 
Stuhr, Mrs. Walter Jr. 170 
Stumbaugh, Fred 206 



Suarez, Luis 286 

Subers, Bob 283 

Sue, Steve 234 

Sulceski, Dianne 249 

Sullivan, Bolton 169, 174 

Sullivan, Mrs. Bolton 170 

Sullivan, Dick 239 

Sullivan, Edward 373 

Sullivan, Mrs. Harold 170 

Sullivan, John 174, 222, 285, 317, 

355 
Sullivan, Mrs. John 170 
Sullivan, Neil 222 
Sullivan, R. J. 239 
Sullivan, Sue 228, 335, 373 
Sutkowski, Joanne 230 
Swan, John 174 
Swanson, Barbara 335, 374 
Swanson, Mary Jane 251 
Sweeney, Patrick 317, 374 
Swick, Myra 244, 245, 247, 256, 328, 

374 
Swift, Mrs. Hampden 170 
Switala, Chester 340 
Sykstus, Joan 247, 272, 274, 284, 317, 

374 
Szajna, Bernadette 286 
Szwed, Mary 253 
Szymczyk, Thomas 317, 374 
Szymoniuk, Stefan 317, 374 



Taber, Edwin 174 

Tabor, John 245 

Taendler, Frank 225 

Talbot, Mrs. Edwin 170 

Talso, Jennifer 317, 374 

Tamul, Nancy 253 

Tarantino, Laura 317 

Tario, Mike 216 

Taussig, Mrs. J. Thomas 170 

Tavares, Ronald 249 

Tedrowe, Justin 317, 374 

Teeling, Roberta 279, 335 

Tener, Bill 239 

Terrell, Richard 169 

Thayer, Catherine 253 

Thegze, Mary Kay 228, 247, 253, 335, 

374 
Theis, Robert 262 
Theis, William 243, 246, 248, 249, 

250, 263, 317, 374 
Theisen, Henry 174 
Thillens, Mel 221 
Thomas, Joe 223 
Thomason, Chuck 130, 246, 267, 284, 

317, 374 
Thomma, Greg 223 
Thompson, James 174 
Thompson, Linda 229 
Thompson, Mrs. T. M. 169, 170, 174 
Thon, Sandra 317 
Thornton, James 317, 374 
Thorson, Reuben 169, 174 
Thorson, Mrs. Reuber 170 
Till, Leon 243 

Timmons, Michael 226, 318, 374 
Tipton, Patricia 259 
Tischler, Chris 245, 258, 272, 279, 

328, 374 
Tisocco, Loris 268 
Titra, Steve 216 
Todd, William 224 
Tomaszkiewicz, Cecelia 318, 374 
Toolson, William 243, 246, 355 
Tornabene, Mary 318, 374 
Tortorello, Terryann 132 
Tosto, John 183 
Toussaint, Jon 347 
Tracy, Phillip 277 
Trainer, Harry 174 
Traxel, Roger 235 
Triantalillow, Kathleen 253 
Trinei, Sylvia 318, 374 
Triolo, Marilyn 133 



Trischmann, Ed 142, 250, 273, 318, 

374, 388 
Trudeau, Bob 216 
Truedsoiv, Sharon 132 
Trumpis, Bruce 249 
Truppa, Mike 239 
Tufo, Robert 347, 374 
Tunney, Anne 318, 374 
Tuohy, Mrs. William 170 
Turk, Mrs. Frank 170 
Tuzzolino, Gerald 256 
Tylutki, Geraldine 257 
Tyluiki, Gigi 227 



Uecker, Erwin 249, 374 
Ulbrich, Rick 221 
Ungari, Michael 318, 374 
Unger, Mr. and Mrs. John 179 
Unschuld, Doran 174 
Urban, Keith 262 
Urbancik, Jerry 216, 318, 374 
Urbut, Patrick 264, 318 
Urdaneta, Leonel 235 
Uriell, Frank 174 
Utinans, Anita 318, 374 



Vahey, James 217 

Vakselis, Paul 224 

Valaitis, Joseph 2S3 

Valaitis. Paula 229, 247, 249, 273, 

318, 374 
Valaitis, Theresa 318, 374 
Valentine, David 355 
Valookaren, S. Gladys 347 
Valvo, Tony 217 
Vandagrift, Diane 261, 335 
Vanella, Tony 225 
Van Gorkom, Jerome 169, 174 
Van Gorkum, Mrs. Jerome 170 
Van Leuven, Laura 228 
VanPutten, Lars 235 
Vasile, Joseph 220 
Velez, Ida 229, 318, 375 
Venclovas, Saulene 133, 319 
Vergot, Major William 252, 270 
Vertenten, James 245 
Veselsky, Ron 239 
Vittore, Kathleen 319, 375 
Volberding, Lorin 269, 319, 375 
Volk, Edward 249, 319, 375 
Volpetti, George 236 
Volz, Dan 270 
Von Ebers, Helen 130 
Von Kaenel, Rev. George 181 
Von Pritschyns, Detlev 138, 216, 246, 

250, 375 
Vrtis, Charles 169, 174 
Vuocolo, Maria 260, 268 



Wachowski, Diane 253 

Wadas, Ken 216, 319 

Wade, Norene 245, 258, 264, 272, 328 

Wade, Mrs. Walter 170 

Wade, William 375 

Wait, Lynda 231 

Waldron, John 171, 174, 176 

Waldron, Mrs. John 170 

Walk, Mrs. Maurice 170 

Walker, Dr. Ronald 202 

Walker, Sue 261 

Wall, Jeanne 231, 260 

Wall, Jim 225 

Wallingford, Daniel 245 

Walsh, Dennis 246 

Walsh, Edward 131, 220, 225, 239, 

246, 281, 328, 355, 375 
Walsh, John 174 
Walsh, Terrence 220 
Walz, Juanita 319, 375 
Wanat, Camille 261 



382 



Wandel, Joseph 266 

Warden, Christine 319. 375 

Warneck, George 218 

Washburne, Mrs. Hempstead 170 

Watt, Mrs. Herbert 170 

Wauck, Jeanne 319 

Wawzenski, Linda 263 

Wayne, Barbara Ann 335 

Wayne, Eileen 228 

Webb, John 234, 355. 375 

Webb. Marty 217 

Wedam. Elfriede 140, 267 

Wedgbury, Donald 347 

Wege, Janet 227, 279, 335, 375 

Wegrzyn, Richard 218 

Weiland, Jerry 76 

Weimar. Jim 219 

Weinman. Dan 249. 285. 319. 375 

Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Maxfield 179 

Weiss. Ann 253 

Weiss. James 243. 248. 267, 319 

Weltin. Richard 319. 375 

Wenckus. Anthony 340 

Werbowecky. John 270 

Wesolowski. Edward 319 

Westlake, Susan 253 

Wetterauer. D. G. 174 

Whaley. Michael 245 

Whiston. Frank 174 

Whiston. Jerome 174 

Whitaker. Joseph 251 

White, Bill 216 



White. Dan 272 
White. Gerald 340. 375 
White. Jane 320 
Whitehead. Suzann 253 
Whitley. Bernie 262 



dlic. Robert 269 

eczorowski. Robert 174 

ese. Cheryl 227 

ese. Mike 221 

et, Richard 320. 375 

Ihelmi. Dion 186 

Ik, Darren 223, 275 

Ikey, Bob 239 

Ikins, Albert 174 

Ikin, Terrence 243 

II. Robert 174 

lliams. Barbara 261 

lliams. David 320 

lliam. Mrs. Harold 170 

lliams. James 350 

lliams. Louise 257. 320. 375 

lliams. Mrs. Lynn 170 

Iner. Neil 233. 355, 375 

Ison, Dave 239 

Ison. Orlando 35 

Ison. Raymond 277 

nchell. Walter 340 

nklebleck. Jeffrey 279. 375 

nkler. Gart 174 

nslow. Mary 320 

rth. William 222. 320 

scarz. Tom 216 

isnieski. Louise 328, 375 



Witek, Bob 239 




Yule, Richard 226 




Witt. Suzanne 253 




Yuzeitis. Don 216 




Witteman. George 320. 375 








Wittenbrink. Margaret 320. 375 






Witlenbrook. John 355 








Wojcik. Madeline 335. 375 








Wojcik. Terry 130. 230. 258. 


279, 328, 


Zabinski. Rose Marie 


249 


375 




Zacher. Eugene 174 




Wolf. Joseph 246 




Zacher. Mrs. Eugene 


70 


Wolff. Mark 251 




Zacher. Michael 174 




Wollnik. Sandra 263 




Zadylak. Bob 286 




Wolosewick. John 224. 320 




Zaehler, Joan 230 




Wolski. Pam 227. 320 




Zajaczek, Jerry 219 




Wong. Denis 220 




Zana, Robert 245 




Woods. John 270 




Zanello, Virginia 259 




Woods. Marge 141. 206. 286 




Zanga. Joseph 235 




Workun. Theodore 340 




Zawadzki. Richard 355 


Wortel. John 239 




Zawila. Stan 219 




Woylek. Donald 281 




Zawilinski, Bernadette 


245, 247, 258 


Wozniak. Dr. John 192 




264. 272. 328. 375 




Wozniak. Kenneth 321. 375 




Zawislak. Emily 375 




Wrobel. Joseph 257 




Zeena. Sarah 253 




Wurst. Tommie 231 




Zeien. Tim 223 




Wyman. Mrs. Austin 170 




Zielinski. Ronald 252. 


321, 375 


Wynn. Dan 262 




Zimmerman, Thomas 226, 243 


Wysorki, Pat 132 




Zmugg, Thomas 226 
Zol, Kathy 227 
Zoller. Jeff 226 




Xanders, Nick 216 




Zopp. Gerald 252. 321 


, 375 


Yerkes, Anthony 145. 335. 375. 388 


Zullo. Andy 132 




Young. Jim 237 




Zvelina. Dr. John 210 




Young. Mary Jane 231. 320, 


375 


Zwolfer. Karl 281. 328 


375 


Young, Roger 218 




Zynch. Ken 45, 277 






383 




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General Index 



Accounting Club 256 

Accounting Department 209 

Administration Council 167 

Alpha Delta Gamma 216 

Alpha Kappa Psi 217 

Alpha Omega 233 

Alpha Phi Omega 218 

Alpha Sigma Alpha 227 

Alpha Sigma Nu 243 

Alpha Tau Delta 228 

Alumni Council 171 

American Chemical Society 257 

Anthropology Department 188 

Arts Council 130 

Basketball 60 

Bellarmine 78 

Beta Alpha Psi 244 

Beta Gamma Sigma 245 

Biology Department 189 

Blue Key 246 

Business Administration Coed Club 258 

Business Council 131 

Business Law Department 210 

Business Men for Loyola 174 

Cadence 136 

Camelia Award 185 

Chardin Anthropological Society 259 

Chemistry Department 190 

Circumference 247 

Citizen's Board 172 

Classics Department 191 

Coed Club 260 

Concert Choir 261 

Conservative Club 289 

Curtain Guild 262 

Dean of Admissions Office 180 

Dean of Students 182 

Debate Club 263 

Delta Sigma Delta 234 

Delta Sigma Phi 219 

Delta Sigma Pi 220 

Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha 248 

Dental School 82 

Dormitories 112 

Campion Hall 114 

Chamberlain Hall 118 

Deleware Hall 120 

Edgewater Beach 1 22 

Gonzaga Hall 124 

St. Joseph Manor 1 26 

Stebler Hall 128 

Drama 52 

Econ-Finance Club 264 

Econ-Finance Department 211 

Education Department 192 

English Department 193 

Epsilon Pi Rho 265 

Estate Planning 176 

Founder's Day 34 

German Club 266 

Gold Torch 270 

Graduate Directory 360 

Graduates, 1967 

College of Arts and Science 291 

Graduate School 341 

School of Business Administration 323 

School of Dentistry 349 

School of Law/ 357 

School of Nursing 329 

Stritch School of Medicine 343 

University College 337 

Graduate School 86 

Greek Games 32 

Historical Society 267 

History Department 194 

Home Study 88 

Honoraries 242 

Honors Program 206 

Institute of Industrial Relations 89 

Intramurals 58 

Italian Club 268 



Jesuit Board 166 

Kappa Beta Gamma 229 

Knights of Columbus 269 

Law School 90 

Lay Trustees 168 

Library 207 

Loyola Men 271 

Loyolan 1 42 

Loyola News 1 38 

Management Department 213 

Marketing Club 272 

Marketing Department 212 

Math Club 273 

Mathematics Department 195 

Medical Center Council 177 

Medical School 94 

Mid-year Graduation 110 

Military Ball 44 

Military Science Department 196 

Modern Language Club 274 

Modern Language Department 197 

Natural Science Department 198 

Nursing Council 132 

Nursing, School of 100 

Orientation Week 28 

Parent Associates of Loyola 178 

Phi Beta Pi 235 

Phi Chi 236 

Philosophy Department 199 

Phi Kappa Theta 222 

Phi Mu 230 

Phi Sigma Tau 249 

Physics Club 275 

Physics Department 200 

Pi Alpha Lambda 221 

Pi Delta Epsilon 250 

Pi Delta Phi 251 

Political Science Department 201 

Pow-Wow 38 

Psi Chi 237 

Psi Omega 238 

Psychology Club 276 

Psychology Department 202 

Rangers 277 

Reader's Circle 278 

Rome Center 104 

ROTC 46 

Scabbard and Blade 252 

Sigma Delta Phi 223 

Sigma Pi 224 

Sigma Theta Tau 253 

Ski Club 279 

Social Work, School of 108 

Society for the Advancement of Management 281 

Sociology Department 203 

Speech Department 204 

Saint Apollonia Guild 280 

Student Activities Board 134 

Student American Dental Association 282 

Student American Medical Association 283 

Student Counselors 181 

Student National Education Association 284 

Summer School 26 

Swimming 71 

Sword of Loyola 98 

Tau Delta Phi 225 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 226 

Theology Department 205 

Theta Phi Alpha 231 

Track 74 

United Independents of Loyola 285 

United World Federalists 288 

University College 109 

Variety Show 48 

Wasmann Biological Society 286 

Water Polo 70 

Women's Board 170 

Women's Rifle Team 287 

Young Democrats 288 

Young Republicans 289 

Xi Psi Phi 239 



385 




A yearbook seems at first glance to be a fairly simple proposition. The picture of your girlfriend 
is either more or less inadequate, the description of your favorite activity misses the point by a greater 
or lesser margin than last year, and the front or back covers either do or do not hold the book to- 
gether. Aside from a chuckle or a moment of indignation, this may be all the thought you give to the 
matter. But, don't be fooled. 

If you've arrived at this point in a moment of ennui, and nothing else is pressing for your attention, 
you might want to take another look at your investment. First, have a glance at one of the photographs, 
preferably that of someone you don't know. It will probably reveal some element of composition. Some 
of the shots may even show a kind of attractiveness. This is the work of our photographers. They've 
arranged the U.I.L. to look like a unified whole and they've discovered a semblance of design in the 
Alumni Gym. 

They did not accomplish this alone. It was easy enough to corner tie gymnasium, but getting the 
United World Federalists together and finding the chairman of the Phrenology department at his ease 
were entirely different problems. The scheduling department did this. It wasn't easy, and a good deal 
of screaming and hollering went on in all directions, but by and large the schedulers did their job, and 
you'll observe that most of what should be there is there. 

There is a sort of impressionistic narration accompanying the book this year. The Copy Editor, 
who composed it, adamantly insists that it is overwhelmingly, perhaps even gushingly appreciative of 
the University. He managed to convince the Editor of this, and you might want to spend a cold wet, 
evening trying to see if he was on the level. While you're at that task, you will notice something else 
about the copy: most of it is correctly spelled and punctuated. This did not just happen. The Copy 
Editor being semi-illiterate, the ladies who did the typing had to correct for it. Mixed in with their job 
were the tasks of several other departments which shared the work of putting things into print. The 
identifications staff also provide a clue to the contents of the photographs. Try figuring out a page 
without the headlines and identifications, and you will see that their drudgery provides the logical 
structure of the entire book. 

If you still have nothing to do, you can check to see that all of the copy, captions, pictures, and 
identifications fit together. Keeping the TKEs off the ASN page was the job of another crew of name- 
less persons. But it does not stop there. If you have an eye for such things, you'll notice that the 
masses of print and photograph on each page are roughly (or smoothly) balanced off, just like the 
elements in the pictures, the layout staff did this, with a combined mathematical and artistic tech- 
nique which is utterly incomprehensible to the rest of us. The whole herd was whipped together by 
the production staff, and the awful responsibility for your eight dollars was shouldered by the Editor 
and his assistants. Finally, our faculty advisor exercised the professionalizing influence he has con- 
tributed to so many previous books. You can't see it, or even sense it, but you can credit it for any 
trace of smoothness you may find. 

None of this is unique, of course. The same basic facts are true of Time magazine and your grand- 
ma's scrapbook. We mention it because the work these people did was particularly hard; done in addi- 
tion to their regular school work and jobs; and because the great part of the work was done without 
hope of financial remuneration or public recognition. A lot of the impetus to work on a yearbook is 
social, and not a little is the result of the obligations of friendship. But we like to dwell on the really 
determining element: the desire to celebrate our university — not as an institution, but as a temporary 
way of being and feeling. We hope you joined a little in that celebration, even if you always couldn't 
tell what the noise and laughter was about. It will make us feel a part of the real thing, which is what 
we wanted all along. 

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Dan Barnes Editor-in-Chief 



Edward Trischmann Assistant Editor 



Paul Barrett Copy Editor 

Mary Carroll, Maurice Champagne, Edmund Hunt 



Paul Biwer Photograptiic Editor 

Tom Geoffroy, Frank McMahon, Tom Stack 



Noel Smoron Index & Identification Editor 

Mavourneen Cahill, Connie Fletcher, Carol Kusnierz, Kathy McAnally, Sr. 
Mary Sheila, HHS, Tony Yerkes 



Joe Durlak Business Manager 

Bonnie Bednarz, Lucy Borysenko, Mary Jo Budill, Laima Ivanauskas, Diane 
Krier, Ralph Levitt, Gerrie Paterkiewicz, Chris Polk 



Donna Eichlnger Production Editor 

Veronica Butler, Sue DeRosia, Mary Ruth Grover, Tiffany Lynn, Carol 
Michelini 



Frank CImIno Scheduling Editor 

Diane Krier, Bob Rusignuolo 



Jeanne Lammert Layout Editor 

Bernard Cullen Advisor 

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