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Chicago: Our Kind of Town 

A glance at the city we call home. 
Featuring a special section on the visit 
of Pope John Paul II to Chicago. 




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The Campuses 

A look at Loyola's five campuses: 
Lake Shore, Water Tower, May wood, 
Niles, and Rome. 



Dorms 



The places we lived in and played in 
for a whole year. Plus the ever popular 
"Mertz Suite Pictures". 



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Organizations 



Some of Loyola's frats, sororities, 
ethnic organizations, service organiza- 
tions, governments, and publications. 



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Events 

The things that happened at Loyola 



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Administration /Academics 

The administrators and academic 
department chairmen that we love. 





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Sports 

The victories and losses of the 
Rambers at Waterpolo, Basketball, 
Volley Ball, Hockey, Soccer, Tennis, 
Bowling, Swimming, and Intramurals. 



Graduates 

The people who made it through 
four hard years. 






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"So, Chicago is... it's where we live, i('s 
work, it's where we play, if'.s where 
we pray, it's where we study and learn, iff. 
our inspiration, it's our dedication, it's our 
(own, it's our kind of town." 
Chicago, it's where we live; out in (Iie 
downtown in the Loop, or 
even, gasp, in the suburbs. Chicago, even 
with 'today's mass human homogenization and 
miction, manages to maintain it's 
cultural diversity. Chicagoans are proud of 
their cultural heritage, j i i r- Irish havi 
Patrick's Day, the Jtsttftnn have Columbus 
snd hardly a wool: goes by that yon don't 
hborhood parading or partying 
liowoff'it's uniqueness, We have Ukranian 
neighborhi have Latino neighbor- 

hoods, we have neighborhoods nfran- 

ed beatnicks *nd hippies, 
brothers of every persuasion. When I think of 
1 think of breathing and eating 
from (be kielba.sa oi the south-west 



side Poles throngh the gyros of Greektown to 
theborsht of the Rodgers Park Jews, Chicago 
ir. * gasfrononiical delight. Von can see, hear 
hi, taste, and smell the whole world 
without ever reaving Chicago. 

Chicago works, Chicagoans work, in 
isil tower that Sears built, the business of the 
world ir. being carried out every day. In the 
Merchandise Mart and McCormick Place 
selling is the name of the game and venders 
and manufacturers gather from across the 
nation to exhibit theii wares. Prom the 
research labs of our many universities, fo the 
classification rooms of Field Museum, to the 
operating rooms si pifal, 

science ir. faking enormous strides. And it's 
people work, from (lie steel mills of the 
south-side to (he factories (hat ring our fair 
city, Chicagoans produce one third of aii that 
ir. marie in the U.S.A. As Chicagoans woi 
floor. Chicago work, Chicago ha. - : the best of 



Clochvise from top left,: McCormick Place; 
Soldier Field; Chinatown. 
the big-city machines delivering not only the 
votes, but also benefits and sendees through- 
out (he fifty wards. 

And Chicagoans love fo rela^r and to play. 
We have (wo large zoos, one aquarium, one 
planetarium, and sn Opera Company. We 
have (he C.S.O., the Chicago Symphony 
Orchestra, one of the world's greatest 
have parks to stroll in and Ravina. and Grant: 
Pari: fo listen in and museums fo leam in and 
the iaire fo swim in. Oh the isire, how we love 
the lake, we swim in if, sail on i(: ; fly over if, 
drinkif, fish in if, transport across if:, and walk 
by it for those moments of quiet solitude we all 
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Clockwise from top left: 4845 S. Ellis; Inside the 
Museum of Science and Industry; The Town Shop 
Apartment Store; Rockefeller Chapel, south side; 
St. Nicholas Ukranian Catholic Cathedral 




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Clockwise from top left: Uptown Theatre; Bizarre 
Bazaar; The Earl of Old Town; Swift Mansion, south 
side; University of Chicago. 



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Paul 17 paid a thirl i hour visit to 

Chicago as a part of his visit to the 
c. The Supreme Pastor 
touched the hearts and minds of the 
city. A true shepherd, he walked 
among his fiod r ; talking, joking and 
praying. From the north side to 
Pilsen. from Quigley Seminary South 
to Grant Park, John Paul spoke to 
diverse crowds including numerous 
ethnic groups, the American Bishops 
and if,e Chicago Seminarians. But 
>tly, he was with the people. They 
felt his warmth, his vitality, his spirit, 
and his faith. For many, his visit 
ended too soon. But for many others, 
the memory and inspiration of his visit 
still lingers. This man of God touched 
the lives of those who encountered 
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Lake Shore Campus 

A stroll through Loyola's largest 
campus located nine miles north of 
downtown Chicago. 




Water Tower Campus 

A look at the campus on the 
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Maywood Medical Center 

A visit to the Campus which houses 
the School of Dentistry, Stritch School 
of Medicine, McGaw Hospital, Dental 
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Niles College 

A part of the Loyola community 
which is nestled peacefully on a few 
acres of land bordered by Harlen, 
Touhy, and Milwaukee avenues. 




Rome Center 

An opportunity to expand beyond 
the traditional boundaries of educa- 
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Birthday cakes 



Apple bobbing 



Taffy apple sales 



An unknown comic 



A well-known game 



The Stateroom 



The laundry room 



Where people meet 



Where people play 



Where friendships begin 



Where a long day ends 



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Pledging in the Rambler Room 



Dorm student Food Fights 



The Loyolan 



The Phoenix 



Cadence 



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Scoring a touchdown 



Self defense 



Self improvement 



Kite flying 



Roller skating 



Championships 



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Dissections 



Psychology experiments 



Wind tunnels 



Broken escalators 



New languages 



Old Politics 



Sociology 
Anthropology 
Meeting places 
Sleeping places 
Language labs 
Nursing labs 



The greenhouse 



The fish tanks 



Laughing 



Crying 



Learning 



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Nuclear labs 



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Test tubes 



Bunsen burners 



Minor explosion: 



Major clean-ups 



White coats 



The thrill of victory 



Yellow fingers 



The agony of defeat 









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Peace 



Nurses Capping 



A Christmas concert 



Celebrations 



Meditations 



Solitude 



Silence 



A prayer 



A song 



Father Mertz- 



His dream come true 



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Job cards 




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The theory of relativity 



Learning to give a speech 



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Ivy covered walls 



Snow covered walks 



An empty dome 



Before class 



Pre-class cramming 



Between class rushes 



After class... relief 











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Too many term papers 



The echo chamber 



An art gallery 



The stacks 



The study carrols 



Study breaks 



Coffee breaks 



An afternoon study group 



An all-nighter 



Quiet snoring 



Loud giggling 



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Lewis Towers 



The Library 



Searching 



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Tranquility 



A place for quiet study 



Uninterrupted concentration 



Daydreams 



The bookstore 



A card for a friend 



Required reading 



Unchewed pencils 



Wrigley's Spearmint gum 



The smell of books 



The smell of scholars 




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Lewis Towers 



A place for praying 



Reflection 



Quiet meditation 



A place for playing 



Swimming, streching, shaping 



Intramurals 



Healthy mind, healthy body 



A place for paying 



Tuition and fees 



Financial aids and loans 



WLT Radio "on the air' 



WTG "Willing to Give' 



Elevators 



Stairs 



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ARA special of the day 



The news on the North wall 



A little help from the Health Service 



A little Game Room action 



SOB "Smile when you say that' 



A little socializing 



Fraternities and friends 



Sharing the food 



The music 



The noise, the mess 



Our lives 





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SOB Tuesday specials 



Watching the soaps in Santa Clara 



A place to meet 



Smiling faces in Student Services 



"What's Happening at W.T. 



Seminars and Speakers in 



Registration and Blood Drives 



Meetings in Alumni Lounge 



and in front of my locker 



A cup of coffee and a book 



A friend 



And a place 



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Classrooms 



The insides 



Where we create 



A commercial 



A masterpiece 



The perfect program 



Where we study 



Learn and listen 



Where you can get a little help 



from a friend 



from a professor 



Classroom daydreams 



Lectures, frustration, insight 



Assignments, papers, ledgers 



Case studies, books, desks 



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The Buildings 



The Outsides 



Reaching for the sky 



Standing all alone 




Where our president works 



From where we hope to find work 



Where we learn to work 



Social Work 



Business Work 



A variety of places 



With wonderous things inside 



Knowledge 



Wisdom 



Truth 



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Our home away from Home 



Streeters, Flapjaws, Pippins 



Midday snacks 



Joe Pierce's 



McDonald's and Burger King 



Arby's & Jack in the Box 



A little class 



Great Gritzbe's, Don Roth's 



All of Chicago is at our doorsteps 



Rush Street 



Michigan Avenue 



From the top of the Tower 



We can even see the Lake 



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Loyola University Medical Center 
in suburban Maywood is one of the 
most comprehensive health care facil- 
ities in the Chicago metropolitan 
area, providing education, patient 
care, research and community ser- 
vice. The medical center is 12 miles 
west of the Chicago Loop, and easily 
reached from the metropolitan ex- 
pressway system and O'Hare Inter- 
national Airport. It is an integral part 
of a unique 300-acre medical complex 
which contains the John Madden 
Mental Health Center operated by the 
State of Illinois, and the 1,500 bed 
Hines Veterans Administration Hos- 
pital. Together, these three" instit- 
utions compromise one of the most 
extensive health care centers in the 
United States. 

The components of Loyola Univer- 
sity Medical Center are the 504-bed 
Foster G. McGaw Hospital, the 
Stritch School of Medicine, the Loyola 
University School of Dentistry, and 
the Burke Ambulatory Care Center, 
which includes the Primary Health 
Care Center. 

Education is a large part of Loyola 
University Medical Center's activity 
with more than 2,000 health-care 
professionals in training. This in- 
cludes physicians, dentists, dental 
hygienists and assistants, nurses, 
researchers and technicians. The 
Stritch School of Medicine, founded 
in 1915, conducts research into heart 
disease, multiple sclerosis, myasthe- 
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James E. Whitehead, M.S., Dean of Students 



Michael J. Lambesis, Assistant Dean of 
Students, Director of Recreation 

Mary Rhey, Coordinator for Student Health at 
Medical Center 

John Bornhneft .Ph.D., Post Doctorate 
Microbiology 



Robert Carlson, M.D., Student Health 
Physician 

Bernice Opila, Secretary 

Gary Tovsen, Pub Supervisor 





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LOYOLA IN!VE»SITY 
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The oldest and largest dental 
school in Illinois, Loyola University's 
School of Dentistry enrolls more than 
580 students in the basic dental 
program. With a staff of over 300 full 
and part-time faculty members, the 
dental school also offers dental hy- 
giene and dental assisting programs 
with more than 150 students enrolled. 

Raffaele Suriano, D.D.S., Dean, 
School of Dentistry 



John V. Madonia, D.D.S., Ph.D., Associate 
Dean, School of Dentistry 



Gerald R. Guine, D.D.S., Assistant Dean, 
School of Dentistry 

Marie Jacobs, D.D.S., Associate Dean, School 
of Dentistry 

Rita C. Khouri, M.S., Assistant Professor, 
Dental Hygiene Education Program 

William Hanko, Business Manager, School of 
Dentistry 



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Medicine 



Clarence N. Peiss, Ph.D., Dean, Stritch School 
of Medicine 

Richard A. Matre, Ph.D., Provost of the 
Medical Center 



Over 440 students from across the 
United States are obtaining their 
medical education at Loyola's Stritch 
School of Medicine. One of four 
Catholic affiliated medical schools in 
the nation, the Stritch School of 
Medicine has over 235 full and 
part-time faculty members and over 
600 volunteer faculty members. 



Anthony L. Barbato, M.D., Sr. Associate Dean 
for Academic Affairs 



Michael L. Rainey, Ph.D., Associate Dean for 
Student Affairs 



Roland R. Cross, M.D., Associate Dean- 
Admissions 

John F. Imirie Jr., Director of Foster McGaw 
Hospital 



Teresa Wronski, Registrar 



Jodie L. Root, Director of Admissions 



Dorothy Wactor, Financial Aid 





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Graduate 
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Francis J. Catania, Dean of the Graduate 
School, Professor of Philosophy 
Eugene O. Major, Ph.D., Associate Dean of 
the Graduate School 



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Celebrating its tenth anniversary in 
1979, Foster G. McGaw Hospital 
serves the Chicago area as a center 
for health care. Affiliated with 
Loyola's Stritch School of Medicine 
and School of Nursing as well as other 
health-science schools in the area, 
McGaw is considered a teaching 
hospital with some of the finest 
faculty in the country on its staff and 
the most modern equipment available 
for patient care. McGaw offers a wide 
range of specialized medical services. 

Cardiovascular surgery, kidney 
transplants, microneurosurgery and 
limb reimplantations are a few of the 
highly sophisticated surgical proce- 
dures performed in its 10 operating 
rooms. Acute care units include 
medical and surgical intensive care, 
coronary care, pediatric and neonatal 
intensive care and the burn center. 
Many other services are offered to 
patients of McGaw Hospital. 



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First Hall is the only dorm at the 
Medical Center Campus. Housing 62 
women, it is made up of 30 single 
rooms and 16 doubles. A television 
room-lounge and a recreation area are 
provided for relaxation. Residents 
are 70 percent undergraduate (Dental 
Hygiene and Dental Assisting stu- 
dents,) and 30 percent graduate 
(Dental, Medical and Graduate school 
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Originally a veteran's administration 
hospital gymnasium, the gym itself is 
pre-World War II. Bought by Loyola 
from Hines Veterans Administration 
Hospital, the gym has a raquetball- 
handball court, a weight room-exer- 
cise area with a nine-station universal 
gym, and a balcony exercise area. 
The gym hosts intramural basketball, 
volleyball and softball. 



I lie Pub 



The Pub was originally founded in 
the early 1970's as a Friday night 
student life area. Now, the Pub 
continues as a student life area, but it 
has expanded to include hospital staff 
and faculty. These days the Pub is 
open Monday - Friday for lunch, in 
addition to Friday nights. 

The Pub has a dining area, bar, ice 
cream parlor, and game room. The 
pub hosts regular live entertainment, 
and it also has a large screen video 
television which is brought out for 
special events like this year's U.S.- 
Russia hockey game. 





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Niles 
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We ponder, we pray 



What do we do when we do Liturgy^ 



The seeds of Community 



Memories in the making 



Focus: Retreat weekend 



Hitting the books-- but not too hard 



Age brings widom, youth studies 



A mass of simplicity 



The Kingdom of God: here and not yet 



Light Service 





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Refreshing retreat weekend 



Winter doldrums: hope of spring 



Wild Oats, a Chicago Premiere 



Orville and Wilbur-Niles high fliers 



Paths cross, diverge 



Finding one's self in God 




Chardin: Coke Center 3 and locks 



Saudis: 25 years and going strong 



Razzle-Dazzle: Uptown -Downtown 



Mundelein 



Murphy, and Papa Giovanni Paolo II 



Priesthood 



"Plugging in' 



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Cramer player of the game 



Sharing our talents--our gifts 



I am among friends 



Talents recognized, appreciated 



Gifts and more gifts 



This is not a country club 



Will we really see the pope? 



Sharing our talents --all of our gifts 



Cubes in basic blue 



These cubes got to go 



Community 



The Niles Experience 



Philosophy meets Theology 



Clandestine on the Morning Line 



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Here I have lived 



Lasting friendships made 



We struggled to survive 



A small community 



A new culture 



Together 



We traveled 



Partied 



Studied 



Attained new knowledge 



Architecture and 



Spaghetti eating 



How to live 



Different circumstances 



Expressing real emotions 



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History and ancient places 



All of Rome, of Italy 



All of Europe 



Dazzled by sights 



New sounds and tastes 



Roman festivals 



Monumental memories 



Never before dreamed 



Never to be repeated 



We came with friends 



We came alone 



Together we returned 



Aware of passions 



Lessons learned 



Experience of a new life 






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Mertz Hall 



A look at Lake Shore Campus' largest 
dorm, and of course, those famous 
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Campion Hall 



Inside Loyola's second largest dorm. 
An all male residence which sponsors 
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A visit to the largest all-women dorm 
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A view of the second largest women's 
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Lake Shore's unique living experience 
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Inside the only women-only apartment 
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Winthrop Halls 



Lake Shore's apartments for men and 
women located at the south end of 
campus. 




Sheridan Place 



A visit to Loyola's newest dorm, 
apartment-style living with the con- 
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Mundelein Dorms 

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Mertz Hall 




Mertz Hall is the largest dorm on 
Loyola's Lake Shore Campus. The 17 
residence hall floors house 673 resi- 
dents in single and double rooms. 
Floors 7 and 13 house both men and 
women in alternating suites. Floors 3 
though 8 are male while women live 
on floors 9 through 19. 

Mertz Hall provides students with 
the opportunity to live together in a 
comfortable relaxed environment 
while pursuing an undergraduate 
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President, John Connolly President. Chris 
Unger- Secretary. Bill Scott- Treasurer. Jeff- 
rey Gentile. Judson H. Pitt- Assoc. Hall 
Director. ROW TWO: Tom Iannucci. Brad 
Gruhb. John Boufis. JeffSzotek. Scott Brand. 
Dominic Cimino. Kurt Wagner. Arnold Smith. 
ROW THREE: Bill Berry. John Sier. Bob 
Rasmussen, Hall Eilian. 




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Campion Hall is a three story 
structure located on the north corner 
of Sheridan Road and Loyola Avenue. 
This dorm is the only all male dorm on 
campus. Campion houses 344 men in 
double occupancy rooms. 



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Chamberlain Hall 




Chamberlain Hall is an all women's 
residence hall which houses 87 stu- 
dents. It is located one block east of 
Sheridan Road. Students are housed 
in rooms of single, double, and triple 
occupancy. Chamberlain provides a 
feeling of community among its 
residents, while at the same time, 
giving students the privacy of a small 
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Stebler Hall is another women's 
dorm in which 67 women reside. This 
hall is located on the corner of Loyola 
Avenue one block east of Sheridan 
Road. The rooms sizes accommodate 
single, double, and triple occupancy. 
Stebler Hall is designed for the 
student who prefers small dorm 
living, rather than the large dorm 
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Gonzaga Hall has been the home 
for fifty-five men this year and it is a 
unique living experience. Gonzaga's 
primary objectives are three-fold. 
They are 1) to foster academic 
excellence and integrity, 2) to expand 
Christian spiritual horizons, and 3) to 
promote social maturity. In Gonzaga's 
home atmosphere, deeply rooted and 
lasting friendships are made that help 
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FRONT ROW: Lesley Brinkman- President. 
Pat Stevens- Athletic Director. BACK ROW: 
Audrey Soltunas- Secretary, Carole Ann 
Santangelo- Vice President, Jamie Jones- 
Treasurer. 



This three story structure is located 
on the north side of Loyola Avenue 
and houses 45 women. Loyola Hall 
provides apartment style living to its 
residents. There are nine apartments 
each housing five persons. Each 
apartment consists of two bedrooms, 
a living room, kitchen and one and a 
half bathrooms. 





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provide apartment style living to both 
men and women. These buildings 
house 210 students and are designed 
for two, three, or four students. 
Although both Winthrop Halls and 
Winthrop Apartments have kitchen 
facilities, the room only option is only 
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This apartment complex houses app- 
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and Northland Halls located on the 
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with Mundelein students while atten- 
ding Loyola. These halls are usually 
temporary housing until room is 
available in Loyola's dorms. 



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Smaller events including day time 
programming like "Big Twist and the 
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Second semester's headliners, in- 
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The Cellar 

A look at the people who performed 
at Lake Shore's weekly entertainment 
place. 



Tuesday Afternoons at WTC 

A compilation of the many preform- 
ers who appeared in the Georgetown" 
Room at the Water Tower Campus. 




Theatre 

Loyola University Theatre's 1979-80 
season, featuring American Buffalo, 
She Stoops to Conquer, Uncommon 
Women, and The Robber Bridegroom. 



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"Nothing ever goes on at Loyola" 
"There's absolutely nothing to do" 
"The students are so apathetic" 
"I'm so bored I could die" 



September Events 
WTC Orientation Day 
WTC Orientation Picnic 
Welcome Week Ice Cream Social 
Welcome Week Banquet 



Mass of the Holy Spirit- M.D.S. 

Meet the Business Faculty 

Rape Awareness Program 

Sparky Rucker- Cellar 

Welcome Week Dance 

Mass of the Holy Spirit- LT Chapel 

Welcome Week Picnic 

Nursing Seminar 

Movie, "Heaven Can Wait"- SAB 

Dances EZE 

LASO Reception 



Panhellenic Reception 

KBG Rush 

Women's Volleyball vs. North Park 

Ginni Clemmens- Women's Center 

APT Rush 

Speaker of Elba Tab ets- Theo. Dei 

Big Twist & The Mellow Fellows- S^ 

Women's Volleyball vs. St. Xavier 

PKO Rush 

Amnesty Int. Information Day 

Dakota Dave Hull- Cellar 




Theater Dept. Costume Sale 




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MERGE Pumpkin Sale 




One of& great many Bake Sales at W.T.C. & L.S.C. 



Hunger Week soup line 



American Buffalo"- Theatre Dept. 
lass of '54 Alumni Reunion 
How to Love Children"- seminar- 
Modern Languages Dept. 
AP- Weekly Speakers 
larketing Club- bi-monthly speakers 
ig Pi Rush 

J. Anderson- Mime- SAB 
riminal Justice Career Day 
lood Drive- TPA 
udent Talent Nights- Cellar 



RTA Petition Drive- WTG & LSGA 
Co-Rec Volleyball (Intramurals) 
Four Man Basketball (Intramurals) 
Foosball Tournament- SOB 
APA Rush 

October Events 

Coffee Hours- Women's Center 
Tony Thomas Ventriloquist- SOB 
Marketing Club Membership Drive 
Self Defense Training- Women's Cen. 



Movie, "Reefer Madness"- SAB 
Bob Grossberg, Spkr, Deans Adv. 
Papal Vigil- Madonna Delia Strada 
Govt. Careers Day- Career Planning 

& Placement Center 

Movie, "Creature from the Black 
Lagoon"- SAB 

Chicagoland Lakefront Invitational- 
Men's Cross Country 

Robin Downing- Cellar 

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Every year new and returning 
students get a chance to meet new 
people, explore the Loyola area, and 
most of all have a good time. The way 
they get to do this is through 
Welcome Week. 

Some of the events during Welcome 
Week '79 included performances by 
The Unity Bluegrass Band, the Loyola 
Jazz Band, comedian Tom Parks, and 
singer Harry Waller. Sports events, 
an ice cream social, a lakefront 
barbecue, a night at the movies, and 
the Welcome Week picnic also high- 
lighted the week. 



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One of many Halloween parties [L. U.A.S.A.] 




L.A. S.O. " Welcome Home ' ' Reception 



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Mertz Hall's Birthday Party 



One of many Birthday Parties [Phoenix] 



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LASO Reception 

"Timothy P. and R.R. 3" Band- SOB 

Spker on Education and Student 

Rights- LUASA 
LSGA Elections 

Univ. Committee Seminar- WTG 
Rape Awareness Prog.- Women's 

Center 
Annual WTC Hayride- SOB 
Megan McDonough, Singer- SOB 
Peace Corps VISTA Day- VAP 



"Mighty Joe Young" band- SAB 
"Therapeutic Touch"- spkr, Nurs. 

Council 
"Chicago Politics", speaker Vito 

Marzullo- Coll. Dems & WTG 
Hubbard Street Dance Ensemble- 

SAB 
Voter Registration Drive- LSGA 
Speaker on Communication Careers 
Scott Jones- Cellar 
Tour of Holloway Corp.- Mgmt. Sci. 



Voter Registration- WTG 
Ethnic Day- Mod Lang Dept. 
Movie, "Close Encounters"- SAB 
Oktoberfest- SOB 
LUASA Dances 

WTC Semi-Annual Blood Drive- WTC 
Food Survey- LSGA 
Rome Center Slide Show 
"I Cinque Fiati"- classical music-SOI 
"Marketing Research", C.C. Daniel 
Marketing Club Speaker 



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Jackie Taylor 



"ounder's Day Luncheon 
>pkr on Black Accountants- LUASA 
J ree Throw Contest- Intramurals 
Christmas Renewal Workshop 
'resident's Ball- McCormick Place 
Admissions Open House 
pumpkin Carving Contest- SOB 
\pple Bobbing for UNICEF-WLT 
'Hunchback of Notre Dame"- SAB 
To-Rec Swimming (Intramurals) 
Polish movies- Polish Club 



November Events 
10th Annual National Radio Conf. 
Birthday Dance- MERGE 
"Realizing Your Potential"- retreat 
All Saints Day Mass- Madonna Delia 

Strada & Sacred Heart Chapel 
Child Abuse Program- Circle K 
Hunger Week: University Ministry 
Dr. Kay Felkins, spkr on stress- 
Women's Center 
Theatre Dept. Symposium 



Interfaith Prayer Service for Hunger- 
University Ministry 
Hunger Wk. Talent Shoe- Univ. Min. 
Pennies for Hunger 1 Univ. Min. 
50 hour Fast for Hunger- Univ. Min. 
Food Drive- KBG & DSP 
Diet Contest- Ski Club 
Nutritional Food Awareness- ARA 
Short-changing for Hunger- WTG 
Hunger Runathon- SOB 
Food Drive- LUASA 



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The weekend of Sept. 1 and 2 was 
Welcome Weekend for new students 
at the Water Tower Campus. 

The weekend started with speeches 
by President Raymond Baumhart, 
S.J., Vice President for Student 
Services Mariette LeBlanc, Water 
Tower Dean of Students Joan Stein- 
brecher, Water Tower Government 
President Sam Cannizzaro and S.O.B. 
President Rich Vail. Speeches were 
followed by a dinner and a dance. 

Welcome Weekend concluded Sept. 
2 with a picnic at Ft. Dearborn Camp, 
filled with plenty of food, sports and 
games. 




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LT Daily Elevator Stuffing Contest 



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Roller Skating 





One of many L.U. Blood Drives [A.S.A.] 



Gameroom Backgammon Tournament [S.O.B.] 



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Teacher Course Evaluation- LSGA 
"The Econ. of the Oil Industry"- 

Economics Club Speaker 
"The Value of Poetry"- English Dept. 
"Interviewing. Techn."- spkr- ASPA 
History Careers Day 
Black Choir Sing 
"Juvenile Probation"- spkr-Criminal 

Justice Organization 
"Blazing Saddles" & 3 Stooges"- 

movies- SOB 



Death Penaltv Conf.- Anmesty Intl. 
LSGA Iran Petition 
"Careers in Govt. Acctg."- Acct. CI. 
Loyola Jazz Band performance 
"Bitch", rock group- SOB 

December Events 
Movie. "Foul Play"- SAB 
LSGA Open House 
Lab Review- Tri Beta 
Mistle Toe Rental- SOB 



"Big Event"- MERGE 
Quanza-Black Christmas Celebration- 
Black Cultural Center 
Christmas Stocking Drive- Nrsg. Coun 
"Winnie the Pooh" & "The Point' 

Nickelodeon Films 
"Kidnap for Charity"- TKE 
Equal Rights Amendment Seninar- 

Water Tower Government 
Christmas Kisses- Univ. Ministry 
Kathy O'Hara, folksinger- SOB 



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T.K.E. Kidnap- for-Charity 




Women 's Center self-defense training 



One of R. 0. T. C. s many outdoor program's 



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Talent Show- BCC 

"December Sunday" 

Mass of Our Lady 
LASO 

University College Stud. Coffee Hr. 

"Duke Tumatoe"- Jazz Band- SOB 

"Tony Sings"- ARA 

Christmas Eve Midnight Mass- 
Madonna Delia Strada 

Dance- Chamberlain & Campion Hall 



A university is more than just books 
and classrooms. We learn in all we 
see and do. And we do a lot. The 
above list includes just some of the 
many activities Loyola students- 
participate in. Not included is the 
almost daily Bake, Popcorn, and Taffy 
Apple sales sponsored by Sororities, 
Cheerleaders, and Ethnic Organi- 
zations. Speakers, Sales, Parties, 
Entertainments and Activities all help 



us become better students and better 
people. 



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The Presidents' Ball is held each 
year to honor the recipients of the 
President's Medallion and other stud- 
ents for their personal accomplish- 
ments in leadership, scholarship and 
service. This year, on October 27, the 
Presidents' Ball was held in the 
Chicago Room of McCormick Place. 
As always, a large crowd was in 
attendance socializing and dancing to 
music provided by the John Kenny 
Orchestra and Synod. 



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ounder's Day 





In 1870, Rev. Arnold Damen, S.J. 
together with four Jesuit professors 
and thirty-seven students opened 
Saint Ignatius College, the forerunner 
of Loyola University of Chicago. Each 
year on October 25 Loyola holds a 
birthday party presenting awards, 
citations and medallions to Civic 
leaders, Alumni, and students who 
have distinguished themselves in 
scholarship and service. 



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Nurses' 
Capping 








Nurse's capping, entry into professional studies for the 
class of 1981, occured at two p.m. on September 1 5, 1979 
at Madonna Delia Strada Chapel, on the Lake Shore 
Campus. Diane Cronin-Stubbs, our guest speaker, told us 
of the many hardships and rewards in student nursing. 

The lights were turned off, our master teachers struck a 
flame which we passed candle to candle to show our 
support of one another. We then turned to our family and 
friends and recited the Nurses International Code of 
Ethics. 




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its Annual Hayride on Thursday, 
October 4, 1979. An unprecedented 
two hundred students were on hand 
enjoying the free beer, hot dogs, 
marshmallows and especially the 
hayride itself. Bus transportation was 
provided to and from the Prince 
Crossing Stables in St. Charles, 
Illinois where the hayride took place. 



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On Saturday. October 20, 1979, The 
Student Operations Board, with the 
help of other student organizations at 
the Water Tower Campus, held its 
first Annual Oktoberfest, SMILE 
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Conference was held the weekend of 
November 2-4 at the Water Tower 
Hyatt. Students from all over the 
country came to hear lectures by 
distinguished people in the field, plus 
to meet with record company 
executives. 



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Every year the week before 
Thanksgiving, Loyola University has a 
hunger week to make students aware 
of the fact that many people around 
the world are starving. A great deal of 
money was raised by several 
organizations who put together the 
following programs: Jewel Shop and 
Share-AKPsi, Food Drive-DSA & 
KBG & LUASA, Diet Contest-Ski 
Club, Shortchanging for hunger- 
WTG, Hunger Runathon-SOB. 50 
hour fast-University Ministry, Racket 
stringing for Hunger Week-Law 
School, and the Hunger Week Talent 
Show. 



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The evening of Friday November 
16th saw the fifth annual Campion- 
Chamberlain Fifties Dance. Many 
students came dressed in the clothes 
of that era and danced to the music of 
Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and many 
other greats of the fifties. 



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Saturday December 1, MERGE-the 
Mertz Hall goverment, sponsored 
"The Big Event-Lightning Strikes". 
The well received show featured a 
comedian, illusionist, and a musical 
group which provided an evening of 
well rounded entertainment for all 
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SBA Holiday Frolic 




Throngs of Loyola Law students and 
company enjoyed wine, entertain- 
ment, and song at last Friday night's 
Holiday Frolic which featured the first 
skits ever presented by a first-year 
evening class and a welcome change 
of musical format over last year's 
over-paid and under-worked live 
band. 



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All Good Gifts and Coffeehouse 








The Niles Community has several 
opportunities when students can show 
their various talents to the community 
--be they musical, poetical, or any 
thing in between. One of the talent 
nights, All Good Gifts, was of a formal 
nature and is held annually at 
Thanksgiving-time. This serves to 
thank the many people who make up 
the Niles Community and are usually 
not recognized, i.e. the staff. 

The informal talent nights are held 
in People's Restaurant, and are 
of a coffeehouse nature, thus comes 
their name Coffeehouse. With this 
type of informal gathering any stu- 
dent can show his talents to the entire 
community. 



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During the weekend of November 
16 through 18. the cadets of the 
Loyola University ROTC battalion 
participated in what proved to be the 
most exciting mission of the academic 
year- Operation Frostbite. This field 
exercise was designed to test the 
military knowledge and physical sta- 
mina of the cadets, while at the same 
time provide the realistic training 
needed for successful completion of 
summer camp. 

The Joliet Army Arsenal Training 
Area served as the area of deployment 
for the exercise. Training objectives 
were threefold- land navigation with 
map and compass, a night defense in 
chest deep foxholes, and daylight 
offensive operations against an enemy 
position some 3000 meters deep in the 
forest. 



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Lsga sells b-ball tickets 

Rape Awareness Day 

Loyola Campus Network Chapter - Amnesty 

International 

LSGA sells Marquette-Loyola B-ball tickets 

Alpha Delta Gamma & V.A.P. Blood Drive 

Career Day 

Sigma Pi Information Booth 

Delta Sigma Pi Information Booth 

Theta Xi Popcorn Sale 

Merge Ski Trip Ticket Sales 

Pan - Hel Rush Sign-up 

Honors Student Association 1 jk Sale 

L.A.S.O.Bake Sale 



K.B. G. Candy Sale 

Alpha Phi Omega Rush Information Booth 

Sophomore Nursii g Council Doughnut Sale 

Alpha Delta Gamma &VAPBIood Drive 

MERGE Talent Show 

Small Dorms Taffy Apple Sale 

Loyola Hockey Cheerleaders Popcorn Sale 

Sophomore Nursing Council Cracker Jack Sale 

Small Dorms Doughnut Sale 

Student Organization for Life awareness 

raising project 

LSGA sells Tribune subscriptions 

Woods Bowman, State Rep. speaks at Career 

Day 

Small Dorms hold fundraisers for semiformal 



Nursing Week 

Hockev Cheerleaders Popcorn & Taffy Apple 
Sale 

LSGA sells basketball tickets 
K.B.G. Popcorn Sale 
LSGA Voter Registration Drive 
Pom Pon Taffy Apple Sale 
Oriental Student Organization Bake Sale 
Alpha Delta Gamma sponsors Florida Trip 
Circle K Membership Drive 
9th floor Mertz sells kisses for fundraiser for 
semiformal dance 
T.K.E. Information Booth 
College Republicans sponsor information on 
Presidential Candidate John Anderson 
Circle K Sponsors Bake Sale 





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Jim Post 




Rosemarie Tulley 



Patrick's Day Contest. 




Kathy Jordan, runner-up 



Patrick's Dav Contest. 



ampion Casino Ticket Sales 

ampion Casino T-Shirt Sale 

reshman Nursing Class Candy Sale 

ockey Cheerleaders hold popcorn sale 

heta Xi slave sale 

vanish Club Bake Sale 

UASA taffy apple sale 

alian Club sponsors St. Joseph's Day Table 

lpha Kappa Lambda Rush Information Booth 

AB holds Superdance Registration 

Dphomore Nursina CLASS Candy Sale 

heta Phi Alpha holds Bake Sale 

riBeta District Convention 

SGA Consumer Card Advertising 

3 S Workshop 



Counseling Center-SAT Testing 

Nursing Council Candy Sale 

Small Dorms Semi-formal 

Women's Week 

Career Planning and Placement 

Nursing week 

Honors Program Chorale 

ASP Popcorn Sale 

LASO Bake Sale 

HPAC sponsors Financial Aid Symposium 

"Why Get Involved in Politics?" 

Loyola-Baumgarth Symposium on Ethics and 

Values 

Irish derby sale on St. Pat's Day 



ASA Popcorn Sale 

Lecture on Haiku and painting 

MDA Dance Marathon 

Debate by Brown. Carter and Kennedy 

delegates 

High School Math Contest 

Archeology films 

Neil F. Hartigan speaks on election day 

APO food sale on St. Pat's Day 

PKO Irish Bake Sale 

ASA Shamrock Sale 

Lecture on Investigative reporting 

Ethnic Fair 

Symposium on Osteopathic Medicine 



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Social Work Club Valentine's Day Bake Sale 



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Ruth Whitney, ERA speaker 








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Anatoli Krasnov-Levitin speaks on "The 

Struggle of Russian Orthodox Christians & 

Human Rights Activists in the Soviet Union" 

Interdisciplinary Studies holds a workshop 

University Ministry workshop 

PAL-Development 

LUASA Popcorn & Taffy Apple Sale 

Amnesty International Day 

Project: SPIRIT Luncheon 

Winthrop Apts. Bake Sale 

Blood Pressure Test by School of Nursing 

Poetry Festival 

Christopher Hitt speaks on "Domestic Food 

Programs" 



Open House for prospective students 
Muscular Dystrophy Dance-a-Thon- SOB 
Four Man Basketball Intramurals 
Rec Volleyball Intramurals 
Government Careers Day 
"Bitch"- rock group 

Irwin Marek- Return on Involvement Speaker 
"Small Business Practice"- BAP Speaker 
Richard J. Daley, Jr. -WTG Speaker 
Duke Tumato & The Allstar Frogs Band 
M.B.A. Network Speaker- Nancy Penn 
School of Social Work & Nursing workshop 
Comedy Film Festival- SOB 
Snowball Semi-Formal 



Rapelling down Mertz Hall 

Archeological Film Festival 

Williard Kratchelow Band 

University Ministry Weekend Retreat 

Oriental Student Org. Bake Sale 

"Prayer for Busy People"- Univ. Ministry 

Doc Hult- folksinger 

Human Potential Week 

"Leadership" speaker Sam Cannizzaro 

"Time for living"- speaker Kim Cavnar 

Pool Tournament 

University College Coffee Hour 

Tim Settimi- mime artist 

"Meditations from the Cross"- Univ. Ministry 

"Too Late For Me" -film 








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Meeting of the Presidents- Sam Cannizzaro and Jimmy Carter 



Comedy Store Comedians 
Last Supper Liturgy 
"Night Life Players"- Univ. Ministry 
BAP Bake Sale for the Misericordia House 
Kenn Karlysle & The Cadillac Cowboys Band 
Income Tax Assistance- BAP 
"The Pearl"-film-Latino Week 
["Lasting Impressions"- ethnic dancers 
Candlelight Bowl 
Blood Pressure Screening 
Oriental Student Week 
Latino Fair 

School of Business Awards Banquet 
WTG Blood Drive 



Backgammon Tournament 



White Sox Opening Day Game 

Shabbat Dinner-Loyola Jewish Org. 

Fine Arts Week 

Loyola Chamber Orchestra 

Larry Daniels- Karate expert 

Tom Chapin-folksinger 

Freewheelin'-rock group 

Unicorn Mime 

Student Activities Awards Banquet 

Jewish Student Organization Bagel Sale 

Junior Nursing Class Bake Sale 

LUASA Heart-o-grams for Valentine's Day 

Chamberlain Valentine's Day Flower Sale 



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The Student Operations Board of 
Water Tower Campus held a very 
successful Snowball Semi-Formal on 
Friday, February 16, 1980 at 
McCormick Place in the Jane Addans 
Room. A variety of disco and rock 
music was provided by Mobile Sound 
Productions. 




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Loyola's Department of Military 
Science held its annual social event, 
the Military Ball February 8, 1980, at 
DePaul University's historic 
Commons Building. After a social 
hour ceremonies were opened with a 
receiving where all the guests were 
greeted by Colonel Milani, the 
dpartment chairman, the student 
commander and other cadre 
members. A roast beef dinner and 
traditional toasts to the Military and 
the United States followed for the 140 
guests, after which Colonel Milani 
introduced attending military guests 
and previous students who had been 
commisioned and returned as Second 
lieutenants. The "Crosstown 
Express" then opened the social 
activities for an evening of dancing. 

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During the evenings of February 22 
and 23, Campion Hall was transform- 
ed into a casino, complete with 
blackjack, reno poker, roulette, and 
other games of chance. The entire 
University was given a chance to get 
away for an evening and relax in 
Bogie's Bar or Rick's Cafe, living it up 
as big-time gamblers. 




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This year, February was the 1980 
Afro-American History Month at Lo- 
yola. Events included an exhibit of 
African artifacts at Cudahy Library, a 
radio show about the evolution of 
black music, a "Jam Weekend", a 
brotherhood mass, various speakers, 
films, panels, presentations, a 
workshop on black student leader- 
ship and the February 

17th Black Cultural Fair-"Blacks in 
the Media", which was dedicated to a 
Loyola student, the late Rudolph 
Boushelliand • 

Pictured here are photos taken at the 
February 15th "Mark Williams and 
the Cultural Messengers" presenta- 
tion; photos taken at the 
LUASA-LSC weekend for Black high 
school students; and photos taken at 
the February 28th discussion of 
Douglas Gilles, Wallace Davis and 
Ralph Metcalfe, Jr. 






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Friday, March 14 at 9:00 p.m. 
began a 24-hour dance marathon that 
raised nearly $10,000. The music was 
provided by live bands and records. 
Throughout the marathon, various 
contests were held including a "pie 
throw" (twenty dollars was raised to 
throw one in Cathi Kern's face). By 
9:00 p.m. Saturday, the dancers were 
tired, but they were happy because 
the money went to a worthy cause. 



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Loyola-Baumgarth 

Values and Ethics 

Symposium 







The Loyola-Baumgarth Symposia 
on Values and Ethics was held on 
March 13 & 20, 1980 in the Hussey 
Lounge. Six presentations were 
featured: Rev. Robert Harvanek, S.J. 
spoke on "Ethics in Higher Education 

Encountering All Its Facets". Dr. 
John Rastovac spoke about "Cogni- 
tive and Moral Development:Living 
Through the Developmental Stages". 
Dr. David Ozar spoke about "Ethics 
and the Professional Life: Preparing 
Professionals for Difficult Decisions". 
Marilyn Miller spoke on "Competi- 
tion: Conflict or Cooperation". 
Margaret Kelly, Mark Lauer, Michael 
O'Toole and Magdalen Belickas spoke 
about "Honesty and Academics". 
Kevin Coley and Terry Johnson spoke 
on "Persons For Others". 
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Poetry Festival 








On March 27, 1980, Loyola's En- 
glish Department presented the Third 
Annual Festival Of Chicago Poets. 
Held at Lake Shore Campus, program 
participants included Galway Kinnell 
(pictured at top left and bottom right) 
Dennis Brutus (middle left photo), 
Martha Friedberg, Laurence Lieber- 
man, Haki Madhabuti, and the Los 
Ostros Poetry Collective. An Open 
Reading was also held, during which 
anyone who wished to could read his 
or her poetry. 

Receptions followed the major events, 
and all events were free of charge and 
open to the public. 



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Friday, March 21 a large crowd 
experienced a high-powered rock 
show starring The Hounds and Pez 
Band. The three-hour show was 
considered to be one of the best 
events sponsored by SAB. 



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talent night which features the many 
talented students of the Loyola 
community. This year's highly 
sucessful talent show featured a 
take-off of the Village People plus an 
all-male Anderson Sisters singing 
group. 



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From Thursday April 10 through 
Saturday April 12 the TKE fraternity 
held their Second Annual Boxing 
Tournament. The tournament was 
almost swept by the Shamrock Meat 
Packing Co. sponsored by Gonzaga 
Hall. Led by Mark McCleod, they won 
five out of seven entries. The tourna- 
ment was well attended and entertain- 
ed many of Loyola's boxing fans. 



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"Celebrate '80," the eighth annual 
Student Activities Awards presentat- 
ion was held April 26, 1980, at the 
M&M Club of the Merchandise Mart. 
The Program honored outstanding 
Loyola students within specific organ- 
izations and within the university 
itself. 

Major award recipients included: 
Charles A. Taylor as Advisor of the 
Year, and winners of the Vice-Pres- 
idents for student services award: 
Virginia Bishop. Sam Cannizzaro, 
Kevin Coley, Meg Kelly, Rose Rita 
Martin, Patrick McGinty, and Stacia 
Stewart. 



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Clockwise from top left: Scott Jones, Andrew 
Calhaun, Sparky Rucker, Tom Cole, Van 
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I ;ah Wednesday and fhursday 
evenings, SAB and University Minis- 
try sponsor The Cellar, a night club 
atmosphere where students and pro 
fessionals perform. Pictured here are 
sonic of the many fine performers 
from this past year. 



Clockwise from top lefi Student performer, 
Robin Downing, John Nefsey, Dun Gehr & 
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Each Tuesday, at 11:30 a.m., SOB 
sponsors entertainment in the Geor- 
getown Room ranging from rock 
music to comedy. Pictured are some 
of the many performers who enter- 
tained WTC students during their 
lunch break. 



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Tuesday Events 




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SAB Nite Clubs 














Several times each year, SAB 
sponsors niteclubs during the week 
for a break from the regular school 
routine. This year they had The 
Chicago Hysterical Society and O.J. 
Anderson, a mime performer. 





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St. Joseph's & St. Patrick's Day at MCC 




The Medical Center Campus jointly 
celebrated St. Joseph's and St. 
Patrick's days on March 14, 1980. 

St. Joe's Day was celebrated with 
the traditional Italian St. Joseph's 
Day Table. Dr. John Madonia, in 
co-operation with the student pub, put 
on the annual event. This year, 125 
Loyola faculty members, staff, stu- 
dents, and their families were served 
at the buffet, which ran from 5-8 p.m. 

St. Patrick's Day was celebrated 
with an Irish band, the Irish Wastrill, 
who performed from 8:30 p.m. -12:30 
a.m. Green beer was served in the 
pub. Truly, it was a night of fun for 
all. 



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Graduation 






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Loyola University holds its gradua- 
tion ceremonies for both the January 
and May graduates at Medinah 
Temple. 

Graduates from all of Loyola's 
undergraduate and graduate schools 
participate in the ceremony. 



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CAST OF CHA RA ( TERS 

Donny Dubrow Russcl Flack 

Bobby Harry Koss 

Walter Cole (Teacher). ..Mai k Brown 



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American Buffalo wav the fusl 
offering «»l Loyola I'heatre's l<rs»R<) 
season. II was presented on the lasl 
two weekends ot Septernbei 

Written by David Mamet, a popular 
new dramatist wfto is from Chicago, 
American Buffalo is most noted foi its 
vivid portrayal of language I he 
Action lakes place in a Chicago junk 
shop and centers around a cast ot 
three characters as they plan a 
robbery, Ihiough the realistic dia 
lognc, Mamet portrays modern man's 
inability to communicate with but 
ultimate depencence upon his fellow 
men. 

The Loyola production, directed by 
Dennis Zacek, marked its Chicago 
University premiere. 




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ted November 30 through December 
9. The Loyola cast, directed by 
(Theatre department chairman Dr. 
Arthur Bloom, succeeded in bringing 
to life this classic 18th century comedy 
In Oliver Goldsmith. 

The plot involves a series of 
complications that arise when young 
( liarles Marlowe arrives at the coun- 
try home of his father's best friend 
but mistakes it for an inn and his 
intended fiancee a bar wench. The 
production maintained an adherence 
to the theatre of 18th century England 
not only in costume and scenery, but 
also in musical interludes from the 
period performed by the cast before 
the play, during intermission, and 
during changes of scenery. 



Cast of Characters 

Mr. Hardcastle Jerry Sigman 

Mrs. Hardcastle Catherine Lee 

Kate Hardcastle. Danielle Glassmeyer 
Marlow Stephen Rupsch 



Miss Neville 

Hastings 

Tony 

Sir Charles 

Jeremy 

Tom/3rd Servant. 



Sharon Frei 

.Richard Amaro 
.Francis McGee 
.Mike Reynolds 
....Mark Mastin 
..Kevin O'Reilly 



Master Slang/Roger... Peter Kritikos 
Aminadab/4th Servant.. Mike Binkley 
Bar Wench/Maid. .Mary Ann Galgano 

Bar Wench Brigette Elbrecht 

Master Muggins/Diggory..John Bliss 
Stinga. Sheila Burke 




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1919 was the third production in 
Loyola University Theatre's new Stu- 
dio Theatre. Directed by Jackie 
Taylor, W1Q deals with the relation 
ships of five characters who are 
involved in a crucial racial incident. 
1919 was presented as theatre in-the 
round on March 20 23 and 27-30, 
1980. 



Cast of Characters 

F.mmet Harry Lee Ross 

C. W Byron Franklin 

James Died re Cobb 

Anise f ynette Roddy 






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Uncommon Women 







Uncommon Women is a comedy 
which centers around a group of 
wonderfully bright and ambitious 
young women caught up in the social 
and academic tradition at one of New 
England's prestigious "sister 
schools". Wendy Wasserstein's 
script is filled with warmth, humor, 
and understanding;the kind of know- 
ledge that doesn't come from text 
books, but from living through those 
incredibly complex and confusing 
college years. 



( vsl of Characters 

Kate Quin Rebecca Messbarger 

Samantha Stewart Hetty Mayer 



Holly Kaplan.... 
Muffet DiNicola. 

Rita Altabel 

Mrs. Plumm 

Susie Friend 

Carter 

Leilah 



....Barb Tarnawski 
.Maureen Corcoran 
.... Mon ica Sobieraj 
..Felicia Biernasiak 
....Sandra Sanborn 

Carol Kobler 

Phiamma Elias 



Male Voice. Richard VandeVelde, S.J. 
Female Voice.. Betsy Rudelich Tucker 



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The Robber Bridegroom was our 
spring musical by Fudora Welly. In 
this rollicking blue grass fantasy, a 
young Mississippi heiress has her 
hear! stolen by a mysterious "Gentle- 
man robber'' whose technique of 
wooing is slightly unorthodox, but 
verv successful, The show's music 
runs the gamut from foot-stomping 
fiddles to "delicate romantic ballads 
accompanied In the vibrant and 
fascinating back woods harmony 



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Cast of Characters 

John Dory Anthony Pacione 

George Thunder.... William McCarthy 
Ephraim Smooth ...Stephen Sidlowski 



Lady Amaranth . . . 

Zachariah 

Muz 

Harry Thunder ... 

Rover ' 

Farmer Gammon 

Sim 

Jane 

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Bren Ortega 

Frank Klein 

David Poyton 

Sean Stevens 

.Christopher Murphy 

John Dollear 

lohn Hyland 

lackie Shadinger 

Charles Holdener 



Twitch 

First Waiter 

Second Waiter .. 

landlord 

Trap 

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First Maid 

Second Maid .... 

Amelia 

First Ruffian .... 
Second Ruffian . 
Third Ruffian.... 
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James Presta 

Michael Elsey 

lames Kowols 

loseph Cook 

Paul Seaman 

Kenneth Baker 

Marguerite Clarke 

Jo Slivinski 

Karen Knudsen 

...Michael Bremer 

lesse Cox 

Philip Cyscon 

Douglas Spaeth 




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Clandestine on 



the Morning Line 






I'he Niks College Theatre Com 
pany presented a Chicago premiere of 
a recently rediscovered comedy by 
I. tin. O'Keefe, Wild Oats, last fall. 
Since the Royal Shakespeare Com 
pany found the play, which had been 
lost for about 100 years, it had only 
been preformed in England and New 
Yoik until the Niles troupe took it to 
(he stage. The warm comedy came to 
life as it traced the wanderings of a 
group of traveling actors through the 
En gl ish co u n try side . 

In the second semester, director 
Charles Gerace and his small but 
talented company presented Josh 
Greenfield's Clandestine on the Mor- 
ning Line. This comedy brought a 
small lunchroom-diner to the Niles 
stage as the proprietor of the shop, a 
thrice-married middle-aged woman 
named Clara, dispensed wisdom and 
bits of wives tales and good advice 
along with the food she served. 

Though the Niles College Theatre 
Company performs only two plays a 
year, the productions have the look of 
solid theatrical performance because 
of the dedication of the company 
members, none of whom are theatre 
majors Theatre, as a sideline at 
Niles, merely gives interested stud- 
ents the chance to be involved in 
drama and about one-third of the 
Niles students take that opportunity. 



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Waterpolo 



The fast paced action of one of 
America's top teams is captured on 
photos. 







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Basketball 



Eight pages of the excitement that 
makes a Loyola basketball game, both 
men and women teams. 




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Hockey 



A look at the slap shot action of the Ice 
Ramblers. 




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Track 

Photos of Loyola's men and women 
athletes as they compete in track and 
cross country competition. 




182 

Soccer 



Loyola's fastest growing team in action 
on the field. 




184 

Volleyball 



The successful women's volleyball 
team in action. 




185 

Bowling 



Our little known, but very good 
bowling team. 




186 

Swimming 



Photos of our Aqua Ramblers in the 
pool. 




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Intramurals 



From Softball to basketball, a game for 
all of Loyola's athletes. 




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The Loyola Aquaramblers won the 
Mideastern Conference Waterpolo 
Championships and ended the season 
with a bang, garnering 6th in the 
NCAA Championships at the 
Longbeach State Championships. This 
was an incredible finish for the young 
Aquarambler team. 

In spite of three losses to an 
inspired, veteran Illinois University 
Circle, we managed to defeat them 
when it counted, at the Conference 
Championships. With only three 
starters remaining from last year's 
NCAA qualifiers and with eight 
freshmen to begin the season the 
Rambler future seemed bleak. 

Yet the Aquaramblers never lacked 
hope but rather approached the 
season as if they were winners. Led 
by Ail-Americans Rick Marsh, Russ 
Curry and veteran goalie Chuck Haak 
the team progressed into a well-oiled 
machine by season's end. 



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1979 Rqua Ramblers 



ROW ONE: Bob Pohrer, Josh Ticho, Bob 
Chambers. Carlo Spiga, Mike Dolan, James 
Atkins. ROW TWO: Tom O'Connell, Matt 
Nora, Mike Fernstrom, Jerry Kolb, Terry 
Burns, Mark Menis. ROW THREE: Rom 
Kotula, Russ Curry, Mike Gorman, Chuck 
Haale, Rick Marsh, Coach Ralph Erickson. 









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Ramblers in Fiction 







The 1979-80 Loyola Rambler basket- 
ball team had their best season cam- 
paign in the 1969 squad. The Ram- 
blers placed first in the newly formed 
Midwestern City Conference. Their 
hard teamwork paid off as it was the 
first time since 1969 that Loyola went 
into a post-season tournament. 

Led by senior guard LeRoy 
Stampley, who averaged over twenty 
points per game, Loyola posted 
impressive wins over Bradley, Rut- 
gers, Creighton, Detroit, and Bowling 
Green. 

The season was filled with exciting 
and captivating moments, such as 
Kevin Sprewer smashing the back- 
board at the Chicagoland Cage Classic 

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in which the Ramblers finished sec- 
ond. 

Sprewer led the team in rebounding 
averaging over ten per game. Point 
guard Darius Clemons averaged over 
fifteen points per game and amazed 
spectators and players with his fan- 
tastic playing ability. 

It was a season of goodbyes, as four 
hardworking seniors, LeRoy Stamp- 
ley, Teddy James, Dan Bush, and Tim 
Shaw graduated. It was also a year 
that was dedicated to head coach 
Jerry Lyne, for after seventeen years 
on the coaching staff, he resigned. 
Elected as Lyne's sucessor was athle- 
tic director Gene Sullivan. 













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1979 BO Ramblers 



FIRST ROW: Rich Pinelli (Manager), Tom 
Hitcho (Asst. Ad.), John Halloran (Manager), 
Milan Djordjevich (Asst. Coach). SECOND 
ROW: Brian Liston, Darius demons, Pete 
Brennan, Louis Reymond, Teddy James, 
Wayne Stappleton, Jerry Lyne (Coach), Steve 
Parham, Dan Bush. Kevin Sprewer, LeRoy 
Stampley. Tim Shaw. 




Pom Pom 
Squad 



FIRST ROW: Andi Margolis, Dorothy Luz. 
Genu Campbell, Marita Marques, Donna 
Seals, Nancy Creath (Co-Captain). Deborah 
Ingraham. Anne-Marie Robinson. SECOND 
ROW: Susan Korzeniewski, Rosalind Blakley, 
Cassandra Mayes, Brigitte Gage. Diana 
Gekas, Mary Ann Judd, Kathy Grzesik 
(Captain), Marianne Gibbs (Co-Capt). 





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CLOCKWISE FROM THE TOP Benette 
Blindauer, Rich Wasik. Laura Rice, Mary Ann 
Moncek. Cindi Dunka, Mary Ann Strzalka, 
Carol Kurpics. Rich Oravec. 














Basketball 




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Opp. 


121 


Yugoslavia 


77 


81 


Loras 


61 


83 


Bradley 


80 


97 


UW-Milvvaukee 


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70 


W. Michigan 


61 


67 


N. Illinois 


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Chicago Classic 


76 


83 


Chicagoland Classic 


92 


69 


Bradley 


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87 


DePaul 


98 


75 


Pillsbury Classic 


80 


81 


Texas A & M 


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109 


Rutgers 


103 


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DePaul 


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64 


Creighton 


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107 


Oklahoma City 


106 


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Air Force 


65 


103 


Illinois State 


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63 


Butler 


72 


84 


Valparaiso 


90 


105 


Oral Roberts 


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88 


Dayton 


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102 


Marquette 


96 


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Detroit 


75 


101 


Bowling Green 


87 


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DePaul 


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Evansville 


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Women's 
Basketball 



FIRST ROW: Mary Smythe (Manager). 
Candiee Mitchell. Colleen Monckton, Eileen 
McMuhon, Mary Ellen Trychta. Laura Rice. 
Patti Sanchez. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Sloger 
(Asst. Coach), Mary Niego, Karen Stack, 
Mary Mahady. Erin Foley, Marty Hawkins 
( Coach ). 







The 1979-1980 Lady Ramblers gave 
a big boost to the women's athletic 
program as they finished the regular 
season with an astonishing record of 
17-3. 

Led by foreward Mary Niego and 
center Karen Stack, the Lady Ram- 
blers went to the IAIAW state finals at 
Charleston, 111. during Marty Haw- 
kins' first year as head coach. 

Niego led the team in scoring with 
an 18.2 average. Stack averaged 17 
points per game and led the team in 
rebounding with an 11.7 average. 



Guard Colleen Monkton averaged 
12.6 per game and point guard Eileen 
McMahon led the team in assists with 
106 and averaged 10.1 ppg. 

There will be two seniors graduat- 
ing from the team, whose experience 
will be missed. They are Mary Mahay 
and Roz Iasillo. The remaining ten 
members of the squad will be return- 
ing next season as the Lady Ramblers 
move to the Division I level. Eight of 
the returning team members are 
freshmen, while Laura Rice and 
Candiee Mitchell are sophomores. 



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Women's Basketball 



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Triton ' 
Northeastern 

Chgo. St. 

Lake Forest 

Harper 

Elmhurst 

Lewis 

Northeastern 

DuPage 

SIU 

Bradley 

St. Francis 

King 

Wright 

II. Circle 

St. Xavier 






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Head Coach Gerry Pfeiffer's Ice 
Ramblers finished the season with a 
fine mark of 15-6-1, proving that the 
team is rebuilding and has an 
optimistic view of the future. 

The Ice Ramblers skated past 
universities like Northern Illinois, 
Northwestern, Indiana, UW-White- 
water with few problems. 

The team's leading scorer for the 
season was Don Hetzel who tallied 
thirty goals. Other main scorers were 
Bob Bandyk, Brian Monks and Phil 
Cannizo. Key defenders for the 
Ramblers were Jim Henry, Paul Holt- 
grieve, Ed Hoffman and Wayne 
Orchowski. 

With the team mostly comprised of 
freshmen, Pfeiffer is hoping the team 
can join up with a league next year. 
Among the teams in the league that 
Loyola is interested in joining are: 
Illinois, Mississippi, Iowa, and Illinois 
State. 





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Icettes 



FRONT ROW: Nancy Kaihatsu, Peggy Stan- 
ton, Mary Beth Scheffler, Janice Shepro- 
Co-Captain. ROW TWO: Loretta Maestranzi, 
Noreen Reidy. Inge Spindola. ROW THREE: 
Joan Vrielink. Mary Zayia- Captain, Julie 
Miller. Not Pictured: Michaelene Curlev. 






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ROW ONE: Dave Trglovich, Mark Veldman. 
Tom Shannon, Chris Heroux. Al Holley, Tom 
Dolan. ROW TWO: Tom Maloney, Mark 
Edwards. Greg Canizzo. Tom Hogan. Mark 
Kadowski, Tom Hogan. ROW THREE: Mike 
Vrbancic, Dave Wilson. Greg Birch. Russell 
Johnson. Jon Williams. Rich Folke. ROW 
FOUR: Coach Joe Kallas. Marty Biernat, Tom 
Voldrich, Asst. Coach Doug Berger. 



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ROW ONE: Liz Tewan, Terri Weber, Mary 
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The Soccer Ramblers of the 1979 
season finished with a well-earned 
record of 8-7-2. 

It was a season of hard work as the 
team overcame a disappointing start 
as they dropped decisions to North- 
western 4-0, and Notre Dame 6-0. 
Under player-coach Steve Burne and 
captain Kevin O'Mara, the team 
turned things around as they posted a 
couple of big wins over DePaul 4-0 
and Iowa 3-0. 

The team's leading scorers were Phil 
Killean, Chris Akiwowo, John Ven- 
turini and Ali Trekdogan. The de- 
fense was a solid one as Steve Burne, 
LeRoy Chang, Colley Kennan and 
goalie George Trakakis led the way. 

Next year the Loyola Soccer Ram- 
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FIRST ROW : Sieve Byrne (Coach). Paul 
Lenehan, John Egan, Orest Dachniwsky, John 
Venturini, Marco Aleman. Paul Keenan. 
SECOND ROW: Jim Kleeburg. Phillip 
Killean, Colin Keenan. George Trakakis, 
LeRoy Chang. Jim Peterson. AH Tekdogan. 
Kevin O'Mara. Chris Akiwowo. MISSING: 
John Maher. Vince Rigler. Bill Davenport. 
Mario Lengel. 



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Women's Volleyball 



ROW ONE: Mgr. Mary Smyth, Rene Ginex, 
Coach Carolyn Sloger, Melissa Spewiak, Mgr. 
Patty Sanchez. ROW TWO: Sue Franken- 
berger, Roz lasillo, Vicky Alfafara, Colleen 
Monckton. ROW THREE: Cindy Nowakowski, 
Maria Donskis, Karen Stack, Dana Sutkus, 
Rita Murphy. 







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FIRST ROW: Lisa Black. Chuck Green stein 
(Coach). SECOND ROW: Rich Turko. Steve 
Heinze, Bob Biewald. THIRD ROW: Joe 
Jevorutsky. Bill Kragh. NOT PICTURED: 
Vikki Grcenstein (Mascot), and Angelo Panos. 

It's a well-kept secret, but yes Loyola 
has a varsity bowling team. 
The Bowling Ramblers are members 
of the Midwest Intercollegiate 
Bowling Conference along with 
Circle, Roosevelt, Niles, Northern 
Illinois and IIT. This year's team had 
7 members. Seniors Steve Heinze, 
Bob Biewald, and Rick Turko; Juniors 
Bill Kragh and Lisa Black and two 
important Freshman prospects Joe 
Jevorutsky and Angelo Panos. With 
the well-seasoned coaching of Chuck 
Greenstein who is in his 30th year as 
Bowling coach for Loyola, and a little 
luck, the Bowling Ramblers will have 
no trouble winning first place in the 
conference and the MIBC Tour- 
nament this year. 



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Governments 



The people who bring us the Loyola 
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programming board at WTC. 




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Media 



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Ethnic Organizations 

Photos of many of the ethnic organiza- 
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Special Interest Groups 

A generous variety of the special 
interest groups at Loyola. 




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Frats and Sororities 

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Loyola Student Government Association 



SITTING: Kevin Nedved. Mike Evans, Te 
Kaufman, Jeff Meacham, Liz Dye, Ca 
O'Brien, Bruce Perlin, Meg Kelly, Jay 
Kinzler, Patt Reinholdt, Mike Hogan. STAND- 
ING: Lidia Nelkovski, Anne dementi, Jamie 
Gaballah, James Rhode, Jane Holmes, Mary 
Coughlin, Diane Berkowitz, Mary Germino, 
Mary Kasper, Denise Hynes. BACK ROW: 
Joe Paukner, Bill Kinzler, Roz lasillo, Mike 
Volini, Jerry Arkenberg, Kathy Mills, Jon 
Baktani. 




Water Tower Government 



This year. The Water Tower Government 
established itself as the organization that gets 
things done. Made up of representatives of 
each of the Water Tower organizations and 
academic schools, WTG's membership was 
consistantly between 55 and 75 delegates 
strong. 

Under the motto "WTG- Willing To Give", 
they accomplished many good things for the 
benefit of the student body, including: The 
addition of a new RCA 25" color console 
television, furniture for the Santa Clara 
Lounge, the muscular dystrophy dance-a- 
thon, the two most successful blood drives in 
Loyola's history, the voter registration drive, 
ascertaining of important political speakers, 
raising funds for Hunger Week, installment of 
a new dollar bill changer, sponsoring of a 
symposium for pro and anti- ERA speakers, 
and running of the annual University Comm- 
ittee Seminar. 




ROW ONE: Frances Baudouvas, Annie Ryan, 
Sam Cannizzaro- President, Jack Hartman- 
Vice-President, Kathy Kadlec- Rec. Secretary, 
Frank Zubricki, Joyce Fong- Exec. Secretary. 
ROW TWO: Rich Black, Joe Scodius, Tom 
O'Connor, Don Sadowski, Jerry Skiba, Vin- 
cent Rigler, Renee Ayala, Janet Chan, Laura 
Whiltemore, Luz C. Rodriguez. ROW THREE: 
Ron Sheble, Maureen Murphy, Pat McGinty, 
Tom Brown, Cabrini Costello, Michael Fahey. 
Jim Rhode. Vince Volante. John Berg, Richard 
Scibona. 



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Student Operations Board 




The Student Operations Board is the major 
orogramming board at the Water Tower 
Campus. One of the many functions of SOB is 
:o provide weekly afternoon entertainment, 
.vith events as diverse as rock bands, mime 
irtists, ventriloquists, and classical music. Off 
:ampus activities include the annual hayride, 
Oktoberfest, and candlelight bowl. The Stud- 
ent Operations Board also sponsors an annual 
Christmas Benefit, with all proceeds this year 
going to UNICEF. 



KAPWA Philippine Club 




"Kapwa" was organized to promote cultur- 
al awareness between Filipinos and the rest of 
the Loyola community. "Kapwa" means 
people helping each other help themselves. 
One of our functions is to support self-help 
groups in the Philippines and the Chicago 
community. 



SITTING: Fredelyn Medrano, Angela Gutie- 
rrez, Gregorio Martin, Ethel Magnanao, 
Valentine Medrano, Nina Maniquiz. Reynaldo 
Nepomuceno. ROW TWO: Susan Ing, Mary- 
lou Palanca, Dione Talla, Cynthia Paquio, Gigi 
Gonzalez. Shirley Ilagan. Liz Rodenas. Dindo 
Basligo, Dennis Tahlizo. ROW THREE: Gina 
Gonzalez, Socorro Payomo, DonHenson. Dave 
Escalante, Fernando Garcia, Mary Claire 
Garcia, Joselito Ignacio, John Nepomuceno. 
Not Pictured: Dr. Amparo Ojeda- Moderator. 
Rick Panlilio. Rosela Manacsa. Esther Nepo- 
muceno. Gerry Desionco, Armando Cuesta, 
Butch, Mike Pasigan. 



Organizations/ 195 




John M. Baworowsky. Editor-in-Chief 





Lea Ann Kopczewski, Lake Shore Campus 
Layout Editor 




Lloyd Tennison, Niles College Editor 




Francis G. Winters. Associate Editor- 
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Barbara Soltes, Business Manager 



Donald Sadowski, W.T.C. Coordinating Editor 





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The LOYOLAN, yearbook for the Loyola 
community, captures various elements of 
campus life at Lake Shore, the Law School, the 
Medical Center, Niles College, the Rome 
Center, and Water Tower. 

Diversity is truly the key to a good campus 
yearbook. This year, coverage in LOYOLAN 
1980 includes university life, dorms, events, 
organizations, administration, faculty, sports, 
graduates, and the special color sections on 
"Chicago, Our Kind of Town", and "Pope 
John Paul II's Visit to Chicago." 

The LOYOLAN 1980 staff has over fifty 
members, headed by a twelve-member 



Editorial Board. Aside from yearbook product- 
ion and photography; as an organization, the 
LOYOLAN believes in sponsoring social 
events for its staff. This year, such events 
included the Annual Christmas Office Party, 
the 1980 Winter Open House, and a 
LOYOLAN vs. the PHOENIX basketball 
match; which the yearbook staff won 56-20. 
The LOYOLAN Main Office is located at LSC 
in the lower level of Centennial Forum, with 
the Water Tower Office in Lewis Towers 921. 



Rieny G. Cualoping, Photography Editor 




Ralph Price, Senior Editor 





Marco A. Aleman, Production Manager 





Lisa A. Black, Sports Editor 




Walter Simpson, Assistant Photography Editor 



Reynaldo Nepomuceno, Assistant 
Photography Editor 



Charles A. Taylor, Budget Administrator 



Cadence 



FRONT ROW: Ann Sullivan, Dawn Kaiser, 
Pat McGinty- Co-Editor. Bob Moen- Co-Edi- 
tor, Jim Sullivan, Carrie Dierks. ROW TWO: 
John Baworowsky, Catherine Feit, Rich 
Lalich, Ken Traisman. 




SITTING: Luis Cubillos- Art Editor, Michael 
O'Dea- Sports Editor, Kris Beck- Classified- 
Update Editor, Eileen Kelly- Editor-in-Chief, 
Mary Erlenborn- Assoc. Editor, Nancy Rich- 
Managing Editor. KNEELING: Marc Kunis, 
Michael Bushy- Photography Editor, Peter 
Lopez, Gil Webb, Mike McMullin- WTC News 
Editor, Dan Senderak- LSC News Editor, 
Sanford Herzon, Bill Zehme- Features Editor, 
Carol O'Brien- Editorial Page Editor, Mary 
Brennan- Copy Editor, Roxanne Buzbee- Ad 
Manager, Kathy Button- Production Editor. 
STANDING: Christopher Gunty, Chris Bilek, 
Rosemary Fabbi, Alyce Schemmel, Tim 
Rohde, Mary Pat Seery, John Baworowsky- 
Circulation Manager, Rieny G. Cualoping. 
NOT PICTURED: Mary Ann Galassini- Bus- 
iness Manager. 




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198/Organizations 




WLUC 



FRONT ROW: Laura Ramm. Orvin L. Kac- 
przyk, Carolyn J. Eichner. ROW TWO: Carol 
Patrizi. Lou Reis, Joe Messinger, Rich Rauh. 
ROW THREE: Jerry Breef, Mike Cronin, 
Mark Williams- General Manager. Bill Sch- 
neider, Joe DeStefano. ROW FOUR: Larry 
Pausbock, Tom Tharayil, Stephanie Kozler, 
Mike Kessler, Mike Garcia. 




BOTTOM: Valerie Panozzo. Kathleen Nedza. 
Vicky Siegel. Dr. Danna, Bert Rivera, Maur- 
een Murphy. ROW TWO: Lydia Brown, 
Donna Kielbasinski, John Dunn, Jill Walker. 
John Hartman. Matt Quebbeman. Jim Udoni. 
ROW THREE: Johnnie Moultrie. Paul Gal- 
anis. Lou Rosenblate. ROW FOUR: Mark 
Suszko. Mike Ryan. Steve Otter. Chuck 
Seminara, Mike Hogeorges, Jim Durkin. NOT 
PICTURED: John Tucki, San Cannizzaro. Rich 
Leas. Barb Scott. Tom Martinez, John Bums, 
Les Moller. 



WLT Radio is a student run radio station at 
the Water Tower Campus. Located in the 
Lewis Towers building, room 420, WLT daily 
provides entertainment and information to the 
student body, as well as broadcast training to 
its members. 

Membership to WLT, Loyola's Wavelength, 
is open to all interested students. Whether you 
are interested in music, advertising, jour- 
nalism, production, public relations, or just 
meeting people, WLT has something to offer 
you. 



WLT 



Organizations/ 199 



WLUW 38 



WLUW is Loyola's FM radio station, 
serving the university community and the 
north and northwest sides of Chicagoland. 
WLUW describes itself as an "alternative" 
radio station, offering a wide variety of 
programming such as adult contemporary, the 
latest in popular music, jazz, classical, country, 
public affairs, talk shows, religious programs, 
news, weather, sports and various special 
features throughout the year WLUW broad- 
casts from Lewis Towers Monday through 
Saturdays from 9AM to 12 midnight. 




Polish Club 



P1AST trys to help its members understand 
more about their cultural background and 
learn about Poland. Guest speakers included 
Bishop Abranowicz, film directors Falk and 
Marczewski, and the president of the Koscius- 
zko Foundation Dr. Kusielewicz. Club mem- 
bers were present at the Pope's mass at Five 
Holy Martyrs church, two of them received 
communion from him. The dance troupe Slask, 
an international symposium as well as films, 
parties, dances and ski trips have also been on 
the club's agenda. 




WLUW 

FRONT ROW: Paul Palz. Sam Cannizzaro, 
Dianne Wawrzyniak- News Director, Karen 
Alfrievic- Public Relations, Ed Kensik. TOP 
ROW: Mike O'Malley. Wayne Magdziarz- 
General Manager, Mark Suszko, Mike Hogeo- 
rges, Jerry Zabin, Tom Socha. NOT PIC- 
TURED: Dr. San Danna- Operations Manager, 
Gerry O'Toole- Program Director, Victor 
Crown, Joe Ventura. Steve Gjondla, Tony 
Greco. Carol Zafiratos. Tony Pabon. Patti 
Sudendorf. Marty McGarry. 



FRONT ROW: Joanne Lygan. Kimberley 
Eatman. Rose Zawierucha. Regina Brachman- 
ski. ROW TWO: John Mikos. Jerry Arken- 
berg, George Gorecki, unidentified, Konrad 
Sokolowski, unidentified. Ralph Price. Stefan 
Szymel. Alan Stevens. 



200/Organizations 




Black Cultural 
Center- LSC 



The Black Cultural Center is a black 
organization dedicated to educate the Loyola 
Community. The center aspires to increase the 
individual's awareness of the black people 
through poetry, movies, lectures, choirs and 
various other events which reflect the black 
experience. 



ROW ONE: Lynn A. Casmier- Office Manage- 
ment, Michael Luckett- Publicity, Virginia 
Bishop. ROW TWO: Karen Williams- Fin- 
ance. Angela Williams- Education. Angelhuis 
Figueroa- Events. Cynthia Brim- Events, 
Lynnette Jones- Publicity. 










Black Cultural Center- WTC 



The Black Cultural Center (WTC) is a fairly 
new organization to Loyola. Established two 
years ago, it is designed to bring black cultural 
events to the entire university. This year, 
scheduled events include theatre excursions, 
speakers and the annual cultural fair. 



ROW ONE: R.U. Bouchelion- Ed. Chairman. 
Kathy Williams- Events Chairman. Stephanie 
Lambert- Community Events Co-Chairman. 
ROW TWO: Vickie Burns- Financial Chair- 
man, Gladys Owens- Financial Co-Chairman. 
Stacia Stewart- Publicity Chairman. ROW 
THREE: LaWandrea Jolly- Publicity Co-Chair- 
man. Mark Edwards- Community Chairman. 



Organizations/201 



German Club 



The German Club is a social club whose 
members share an interest in German culture 
and in having a good time. Knowledge of the 
German language is not required of the 
members. Activities in which members of the 
German Club participate include outings to 
German restaurants, Oktoberfests and the 
Fasching Ball. In addition, members are also 
active in intramural volleyball, Ethnic fairs 
and bake sales. Members also learn German 
folkdances and Christmas caroles. 



SITTING: Stavros Alexopoulos, Geralyn Fall- 
on, Lisa Kowar- Secretary, Jim Hunt- Social 
Relations Manager. ROW TWO: Mary Jane 
Fallon, Mary Ann Weissmann- Treasurer, 
Paul DeBoo, Marianne Ruby, Sylvia Stezas, 
Bhasini Kongsamut. ROW THREE: Mike 
Koehler, Bob Winiecki- President, Sheila 
'Shaughnessy- Vice-President, Kathy Krieg, 
Gerda Wandel. Not Pictured: Dr. Joseph 
Wandel- Moderator, Dr. Melvin Neville, 
Monica Soehn, Jerry Arkenberg, Alan Moritz, 
Bill Scott, Marianne Damianides, Rasa Mili- 
auskas, Sylvia Mialnez, Charlie Holdener, 
Michael Trombetta. 




French Club 



ROW ONE: Pamela Goodwin, Denise Taylor, 
Gilbert Diaz, Maria Carreira. ROW TWO: 
Susanne Ferstle, Dominique Landra, Jerry 
Joria. 




202/Organizations 



Irish Club 




The Irish club was founded to further 
promote the Irish culture at Loyola. It provides 
students of all backgrounds the chance to 
understand and enjoy the Irish culture. 
Activities include our Irish bake sales, visits to 
Irish cultural points in Chicago as well as 
enjoying the pastime that the Irish are noted 
for-"drinking". 



In no particular order: Bront Ford. Pal Kelly. 
Mike Meenan, Steve Conlon. Mark Moloney. 
John Garvey, Jim Rhode. Maureen Kiley. 
Vinnie Ulante. Marianne Sullivan. Ray Knoll. 
P e 8g}' Stanton. Tom Cunniff. Chris Juris. 
Chris Metzinger. Cabrini Costello. Lea Kovat- 
sis. Mike Fahey. Maribeth Hartman. Cathy 
Doherty. Ed 'Segreti. Maureen Rafferty. Jim 
Hroth. Pat Gainer. Sheila Murphy. Gary 
0' Miller. Michael Ryan, Jack Hartman. 
Jeanine Miles. Ellen Marsik. George Hub- 
bard. Diane Walsh. Jim Byrne, Tom Brown. 
Tom Mulroe. John Mulroe. Kevin Michalik. 
John Berg. Maureen Doyle. Philomena O'Hal- 
leron. Madeleine Bucci, Tom Galassini. Tish 
Ryan. Maureen Tuffy. Karen Alferivic. NOT 
PICTURED: Kathy Witty, Judy Greenslade. 
Laurie Wenhart, Anne Duff. George Holly. 
Margret Casey. Mary Saettle. Bill Napleton. 
Mimi Napleton. 




The Italian Club is a club whose major 
objective is to keep the Italian culture 
flourishing in today's society. Since the 
founding in 1968, the organization realizes 
that the reason for its success is their 
members' enthusiasm and team work. The 
Club emphasizes an ethnic flavor in the 
activities they plan. These activities are both 
beneficial and enjoyable to all those involved. 



KNEELING: Joanne Scianna- Treasurer. Lori 
LaVaccare, Meg Kurtz. ROW TWO: Betty 
Muraca- President. Julie Cortina, Eileen 
Christofaro. Antonella Barbaccia, Collette 
Peters. Maria Degrassi- Secretary. ROW 
THREE: Dr. Ron Terpening- Moderator. 
Jeffrey Gentile, Adriano Pedrelli, Joe Martor- 
ana, Jim Vlisse, Tony Giannini, Connie Tucci. 



Italian Club 



Organizations/203 



Yugoslavian Club 




The Yugoslavian Club was organized this 
year and is composed of students of various 
descents. The Club was founded in order to 
serve both its members and the Loyola 
community by promoting a better understand- 
ing and appreciation of Yugoslavian culture 
and heritage. The Club looks forward to many 
years of service to its members. 



SEATED: Vera Andjelkovic, Robert R. Jerkan, 
Lidia Nelkovski, Marcos Masson, Neda And- 
jelkovic. STANDING: Mark Veldman, Dave 
Trylovich, Frank Krilic, Norman Skul. 



Loyola Jewish Students Organization 



The Loyola Jewish Student Organization 
fulfills the social needs of Loyola's Jewish 
community. The LJSO plans parties and 
outings which often have ethno-religious 
significance. Educating the basically Catholic 
Loyola communmity, in regard to Jewish 
customs and beliefs, is also a fuction of the 
LJSO. 




FRONT ROW: Hillel Fox. Laura Levin, Ana 
Epelbaum. Lou Miller. Michelle Goldberg, 
Ken Traisman. ROW TWO: John Daniels, 
Gloria Silverstein, Bruce Perlin. Malka Mallin 
Ron Kingsley. Sharon Wishnia. 



204/Organizations 



Korean Club 




LEFT ROW: Sang Hee Sim, Sung M. Son, 
Yoon Kim, Margaret Kim. Anton Fakhouri. 
RIGHT ROW: Dr. Bonnie Oh- Advisor, Sang 
Yoo, Kyu Jin Oh. 

The Main objective of the Korean Club of 
Loyola University is to inhance our knowledge 
of Korean culture, and at the same time, make 
the Korean culture known in the Loyola 
Community. 

We also function as a social group. We 
participate not only in the social events of the 
Loyola Community and that of the Korean 
Community of Chicago, but also sponsor social 
events in the Loyola Community. 



Lithuanian Club 

ROW ONE: Rasa Miiiauskas, Jovita Kerelis, 
Casey Zilionis. ROW TWO: Tom Paukus, 
Audrone Solionas, Vita Radzevicius, Daina 
Sidrys. NOT PICTURED: Marius Naris. Sylvia 
Slezas, Dana Sutkus, Gint Baukus, Vidas 
Kazlauskas. 



Lithuanian Club 




College Democrats 




SITTING: John Venturini, Berta Requena, 
Doretha Rice, Michael Francis, Brian Clucas, 
Patrick Gainer, Lea Kovatsis, Mary Pat 
Shanahan, Cabrini Costello, Vincent Rigler- 
Vice-President, Kimberly Kalis. STANDING: 
Bill Ittounas, Pat 'Malley, Paul DeRosa, Ed 
Segerti, Mark Moloney, Jim Rhode, Maureen 
Kiley, Jim Alroth, Lucy Matusik, George 
Hickey, Cathy Doherty Kathy Baker, Marty 
McGarvy, Marie Halpin, Orest Dachniwsky. 
ROW THREE: Steve Nicolic. Mike Meehan- 
Treasurer, Joe Madia, Kathy Witry, Mike 
Ryan. Van Conroy. Jack Hartman- President, 
Valerie Panozzo, Steven Presnyk, Jack Sonta, 
John Berg. 



The purpose of the College Democrats Club 
is to establish contact with the outside political 
world. We have done this by featuring one 
speaker per month. One interesting fact about 
the College Democrats Club is that all 
activities are student-initiated. 



Organizations/205 



Latin American Students Organization - WTC 



ROW ONE: Maria Galvez. Estrella Velazquez. 
Milady Velazquez, Laura Whittemore, Vic- 
toria Menchaci. RO W TWO: Louie Sosa, Ming 
Muy, Janet Chan, Eileen Leung, Connie Lara. 
ROW THREE: Thomas Martinez. Louis 
Blanchet. 




FRONT ROW: Lourdes Diaz. Sonia Jimenez. 
ROW TWO: Susie Lopez, Virginia Bishop- 
Treasurer, Teresita Rodriguez- Secretary, 
Madeline Roman- President, Dorcas Rodri- 
guez- Vice-President. Zoraida Hernandez. 
ROW THREE: Maria Valdes, Beatriz Cueva. 
ROW FOUR: Willie Cruz, David Escalante. 
Edgardo Martinez, Cesar Lara, Angel Luis 
Figueroa, Novisa Petrusich. 




Latin American Students Organization- LSC 



206/Organizations 




Oriental Students Organization 



Hellenic Association 



The Loyola Hellenic Association is now in its 
fourth year of existance and is continuing to 
grow and expand. In order to unify the Greek 
student body of Loyola University, the club 
holds biweekly meetings and sponsors various 
activities. 

Among these activities is our participation 
in the Ethnic Day Fair. We also sponsor a 
Hellenic Day, held in Centennial Forum, to 
better acquaint our fellow students with the 
Hellenic culture. In addition to a display of 
Greek folk dances, various booths are set up 
having food, sweets, Greek artifacts and 
tourist information. 



George Kouriabalis, Stavros Alexopoulos- 
President. Manfred Borges, Mike Mourikes. 
Bill Menagas. Vicki Rousopoulos, Penny 
Gianaras, John Leventis. Ida Karalekas, Jerry 
Spiratos, Kathy Karalekas, Tasos Eliades, Ted 
Dimas. 




The Oriental Student Organization is a club 
not only for orientals, but also for students 
interested in the Oriental Culture. The main 
purpose of the club is to emphasize the 
Oriental Culture to the students of Loyola. 

ON FLOOR: Jean Nakomoto. Janet Chan, 
Aileen Leung. Louie Sosa. SITTING: Tom 
Martinez, Ming Mui. Laura Whittemore, 
Maria Sorro Payomo. BACK ROW Cindi 
Wong, Barry Chan, Eslrella Velazquez. Grace 
Wei. Joyce Fong. Lydia Imaoko, Don Henson, 
James Chan. 



Organizations/207 



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Loyola University Afro-American Student 
Association is a fast growing organization 
tending to all needs of black students, 
including black oriented activities such as soul 
food dinners. Soul Session, and many other 
activities. Each year we invite high school 
students to stay in our dorms and attend 
classes with us for two days. Our main 
purpose is to promote black unity and to be a 
liason between the faculty and black students. 



FRONT ROW: Michael Brooks- Educational 
Committee. Arlene Crawford- Secretary. Jo- 
yce Jones- President. Sylvia Maxey- Social 
Committee. Janet Griffin- Sergeant at Arms. 
Sonia Lewis- Treasurer. ROW TWO: Andre 
Harris. Joyce Massey. Derrick Lyons. Ryra 
Gordon. Francine Anderson. Jennifer Conley. 
Polly Mompremier, Enos Huembles. ROW 
THREE: Geraldine Francis. Camille McTeer. 
LaWanda Parker. Alatha Newby. Kim Moore. 
Lvnnette Jones. Annette Britt. Deborah Byer. 




Applied Psych Club 



We, the members of the Applied Psych- 
ology Club, have formed this organization in 
order to: 1) increase the knowledge of all 
Loyola students about the Applied Psychology 
major, 2) get to know students and faculty 
engaged in the Applied Psychology program. 
3) enhance knowledge of career opportunities 
and internships utilizing Applied Psychology 
skills, 4) upgrade the Applied Psychology 
program through the exchange of ideas, 5) 
encourage the pursuit of honors and the 
acquirement of practical skills within the 
Applied Psychology program. 



Accounting Club 




ROW ONE: John Ferro. Pasquale laconetti- 
President, Karol Collins- Secretary, Marge 
Homer- Vice-President. Sam Conforti- Treas- 
urer. PaulPonzo. ROW TWO: Chris Graham. 
Janet E. Paulsen. Laurie Ann Adamski. Maria 
Gyore, Margie Kilroy. Jeff Mantyck. Kevin 
Michalik. Jean Nakamoto. Sherry Kozikoski. 
ROW THREE: Donna Lynn Moore. Flora L. 
Evans. Ann M. Szott. Nancy Razak. Jackie 
Chovan. Karen L. Lucas, Janet Chan. Mau- 
reen Murphy, Sandy Silva, Mariellen J. 
Teeter. ROW FOUR: Bill Kragh. Jack Soma. 
Dan Bylica, Pat 'Malley, Kathy Witry. John 
J. McKendry. 




Amnesty International 



Leo Desin. Greg Kepferle. S.J., Dave Schwei- 
ckart, Joe Mahoney, Steve Culp, Milane 
Serritella. Man' Runtiels. 



Organizations/209 



Council for Exceptional Children 



The Council for Exceptional Children is a 
professional educational organization involved 
in activities that promote growth in know- 
ledge, understanding, and methodology in 
working with exceptional kids. 

Loyola's chapter of CEC is comprised of 
Loyola faculty, students in Special Education, 
Psychology, Biology majors and others inter- 
ested in children. We try to help the members 
become aware of things going on in the field of 
exceptional kids. We attend conventions, have 
speakers and films, have a fund raiser for 
some institution (last year the money was 
given to Loyola's Day School) and try to go out 
to the field and visit instituitons. 



ON FLOOR: Janet Black, Bernie Tomasik. ON 
COUCH: Ellen Pulliam, Sally Duski, Kathy 
Foley, Carol Kuhlman, Irena Romuk. ROW 
THREE: Irma Zaragoza, Sue Fukuda, Anna 
Dad, Gigi Burdette, Dr. Marth Wynne. ROW 
FOUR: Karen Williams, Linda Kluiber, Brian 
Smart, Theresa Lukowski, Regina Walsh, 
Angela Williams. 




Circle K 



Circle K is a college service organization 
associated with Kiwanis International. It is 
composed of students who are interested in 
serving their school and community. Circle K 
Club has participated in several events this 
year including the International Year of the 
Child parade and festival and a visit to Loyola 
Medical Center's Foster G. McGaw Hospital 
pediatrics ward on Halloween, as well as the 
Annual Kiwanis Peanut Day. Circle K also 
sponsored some interesting speakers with 
programs on child abuse prevention and 
handicapped children. This year's Circle K 
International theme is "Caring... Life's 
Magic" has been directed to children. 




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FRONT ROW: Mary Beth Marinis- Secretary, 
John Gillman- President. Sylvia Milanez- 
Vice-President. ROW TWO: Paula Bebej. Peg 
Fitzgerald. Bruce Kite, Alina Tyl. 



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Foosball Club 




SEATED: Ray Allori, Sam Cannizzuro. gener- 
al members; Larry Wike, Bob Tanner, Jim 
Rafter, Dean Miyakowa, Laurie Adamski, Tom 
Navitsky, Anne Duff, Phil Speer, John 
Pinkowski. Cheryl Saulinski, Marie-Cuise 
Wen del. 




Finance Club 



The Finance Club acts as a liason between 
students and the Chicago business commun- 
ity. The club sponsors speakers with various 
financial careers, tours of financial institutions 
and participates in various fund raising and 
other other campus activities. 



SEATED: Sue Albachiaro, Mark Mitrovich, 
Sue Scapin, Dan Knight. ROW TWO: Dr. E. 
Henniger- Moderator, Paul Patinka, Kathy 
Farrell, Jean Malinowski. ROW THREE: 
Henry Walczak, Phillip Vidal, Steve Hoepfner. 



Organizations/211 



Management Science Club 



The Management Science Club is in the 
second year of its existance, and is a student 
organization which is dedicated to keeping the 
students abreast of current business develop- 
ments and providing a social environment in 
which students can become aquainted with 
other students of similar interests. The club is 
also affiliated with the American Production 
and Inventory Control Society, which guides 
and informs members of various job opportun- 
ities. 




Marketing Club 




The 1979-80 Marketing Club consists of 
eighty members, and is the most active 
business organization. We sponsor speakers 
on various aspects in marketing, bake sales, 
tours, special seminars and career guidance. It 
is an excellent means for students of similar 
interests to come together to exchange ideas, 
work on projects, and learn about marketing. 



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Nursing Council 



Psychology Club 



The Psychology club is a non-funded 
organization designed to promote interest in 
psychology. Movies, filmstrips, and lectures 
inform members about various aspects of 
psychology and possible related careers. Each 
year a needy organization is benefited by the 
Christmas toy drive, held on the sixth floor of 
Damen Hall. Informal parties throughout the 
year encourage socializing among students 
and faculty. 



FRONT ROW: Al Harnois- Treasurer, Gint 
Baukus- Social Coordinator, ten O'Connell- 
Act. Director. ROW TWO: Ginn Hoynes. 
Paula Alexander- Vice-President, Dr. Maier, 
Dawn Reck. Not Pictured: Rick Maier- 
President. 




ROW ONE: Dawn Kaiser, Patricia Lahart. 
Mind Mahon, Pat Costello, Gail Scheffler. Jill 
Ramsey Alldrin. ROW TWO: Miss D. Star- 
siak- Soph. Class Advisor, Annette Corbett, 
Doreen Walega, Marianne Koziol, Debbie 
Gawaluch. Denise Hynes, Diane Cronin- 
Stubbs- Senior Advisor, Joan Hayes, Tina 
Hitcnell. ROW THREE: Nancy Kaihtsu, 
Anarioe Margolis, Lorayne Banta- Advisor, 
Mary Ann Pinkowski, Virginia Bongiomo, 
Mary Beth Scheffler. Ruth Belec, Cindy 
Tonkovic, Barb Koszewski, Maureen Toole, 
Terri Donnamaria, Judi Jennrich- Junior 
Advisor. 




Volunteer Action Program 



ON COT: Jo Murphy. KNEELING: Aida 
Marchlewski, Steve Potts. STANDING: Mel- 
inda Sorensen, Bill Raholy, Sandy Shepard, 
Carrie Klima. Dan Radke. 



Organizations/213 



Yacht Club 



Members in no particular order: Mike 
Meenan, Jack Hartman, Jim Rhode, Larry 
Wika, Brian Clucas. Tom Brown, Sam 
Cannizzaro, Mary Pat Shanahan, Chris Juris, 
Brent Ford, Mariheth Hartman, Betsy Barton 
Mary Ann Galassini, Valerie Panozzo, Mari- 
anne Sullivan. Maureen Kiley, Madeleine 
Breen. Lisa Majercik, Mike Fahey. Lori 
Hussman, Vince Volante. Ed Cussin, George 
Holly, Peter Moler. Barry Babich, Bill Martin, 
Mike Ryan, Ray Makowski. 




The Tennis club is presently a co-ed, 
non-varsity club that participates in tennis 
matches against neighboring colleges and 
universities. Without courts on campus, 
practice is held at the Farwell Beach courts, 
and all matches are played away. A relaxed 
atmosphere, combined with a competitve 
spirit, provides enjoyment for all members. In 
the fall of 1979, the team finished its best 
season with an untarnished record of four 
wins and no defeats. 



Doc Maier- Coach, Vimal Nanavati, Tom 
Jozwiak. Lori LaVaccare, Mike Cronin- Co- 
Captain, Andy Mazar, Rich Maier- Co-Capt- 
ain, Orlando Santana, Ginny Smith, Jerry 
Desiongco. 







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Pan- Hel 



Pan-Hel is the unifying body of the four 
social sororities on campus: Alpha Sigma 
Alpha, Kappa Beta Gamma, Phi Kappa 
Omega, and Theta Phi Alpha. 



SITTING: Dianne Pajor, Mary Beth Murphy- 
President. Ann Dusevic. STANDING: Suzanne 
Vandeburg, Susan Farley, Betsy Evenson, 
Berni Kolasa, Sophia Matsas, Judy Lehman. 
Vicki Nommenson. Cheryl Meyers, Mary 
Cianfrocca. 




Inter Fraternity Council 



The Interfraternity Council, consisting of 
delegates from every fraternity on campus, is 
a regulatory organization whose purpose is to 
ensure a harmonious relationship between the 
fraternities. The council elected executive 
board plans and runs meetings in conjunction 
with moderator Donna Dorl. As a source of 
information and means of interfraternal 
communication, working delegates represent 
their fraternities' interests, as their combined 
efforts result in a stronger and more dynamic 
Greek life at Loyola. 

SITTING: Frank Licari, Michael Fedyna- 
Secretary, Frank Lagattuta- Vice-President, 
Dave Matusiak, Dennis Tablizo, Mike Loia- 
cono- President. ROW TWO: Jerry Malloy- 
Treasurer, Kevin Bulman, Mark Gillis. 



Organizations/215 



Alpha Epsilon Delta 



Alpha Epsilon Delta is an international, 
pre-health professional honor society. Founded 
as a non-profit educational organization for the 
encouragement and recognition of scholastic 
excellance among pre-health students. 

AED arranges speakers, tours, seminars, 
provides information, to better inform students 
preparing for carrers in the health professions. It 
is our goal to provide among the entire student 
body at Loyola an atmosphere which is conductive 
to and fosters interest in medicine and allied 
health fields. 

We encourage all students to use AED as one 
resource when they have any questions or 
problems associated with their involvement in the 
preprofessional program. If we can help you, we 
will. 

ROW ONE: Patrick Gries- Treasurer, Val S. 
Oria- President. ROW TWO: Ed McGonigal- 
Social Chairman, John Gillman, Marco A. 
Aleman. ROW THREE: Jeff Jacobs, Diana 
Lawcewicz, Joyce Turley. 




Alpha Delta Gamma 



ROW ONE: Rick Scully, Mark Maloney- 
President, Mike Affatato- Vice President, 
Wince Petrucci, Bill Loutfy, Bob Eckhardt, 
ROW TWO: Tom Galassini, Kurt Eckhardt, 
Jerry Malloy- Secretary, Bill Dwyer, Dino 
Nicholas. ROW THREE: Ed McGonigal, Larry 
Gavin, Mike Morrisroe, Don Campbell, Fr. Ed 
Konat- Moderator. ROW FOUR: Jim Turchan, 
Frank McGrail, Jeff Kamrow, Bob Miller, 
Rich Nicklas, Mike Perry, Rick Jobski. ROW 
FIVE: Joe Nuzzarello, Scott Torbiic, Paul 
Fisher, Kevin Casey, Tom Moss, Tom 
Cunniff, Kevin Bulman. 




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Alpha Kappa Lambda 




The fraternity of Alpha Kappa Lambda 
gives students a chance to combine scholar- 
ship with a unique social atmosphere. 

Alpha Kappa Lambda's concerns are those 
of the student and the campus community- 
truth, morality, tolerance, service, brother- 
hood- and they are put into vital action each 
day in the living workshop that is the fraternity 
of Alpha Kappa Lambda. 



Front ROW: Mark Gryska, John Swain, Fred 
Gilharns, Ron Weszely. ROW TWO: Emil 
Velez, Scott Cinel, Tasso Flamburis, Bob 
King, Dan Fadden, Jeff George, Frank 
Goppert, Brian Connors- Treasurer, Frank 
Licari- Vice-President. MISSING: John Twar- 
dos- President, Mark Brown, Greg Gerdeman- 
Secretary, Gary Kaszubowski, Rich Garnek. 



Alpha Kappa Psi 




Alpha Kappa Psi is a professional business 
fraternity at Water Tower Campus that is also 
involved in service, social and athletic 
activities. During the 1978-79 school year, 
AKPsi won Blue Key Fraternity of the Year 
and Greek Superstar Fraternity of the Year. 



Organizations/217 



Alpha Sigma Phi 



Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity is a social 
organization which has been for long, a 
mainstay in social, academic and athletic 
excellence on the Loyola campus. From the 
ASP house, a three story structure just north 
of campus, the Alpha Sigs run a close-knit 
brotherhood which exemplifies what a frater- 
nity is all about. 



ROW ONE: Rick Grubeck. Paul Micehlic. 
Mike Loiacono, Venancio Luz, Steve Hille- 
sheim- President, Bob Alongi- Vice-President, 
Mark Jacob- Secretary, John Burke, Russ 
Scott, Tim Leahy, Bill Madigan. ROW TWO: 
Bob Passel, Dennis Tablizzo, Tom Iannucci, 
Frank Lagattuta, James Reid, Howie Duncan, 
Tom Kelly. ROW THREE: Tom Hunt, Brad 
Grub, Venkata Thota, Victor Villaflor, Jessie 
Martinez. 




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Alpha Sigma Alpha 



Alpha Sigma Alpha is the largest sorority on 
Loyola's Lake Shore Campus. It has sixty-five 
members and has been Blue Key "Sorority of 
the Year" for the past two years. Besides its 
own social, philanthropic, and intramural 
activities, the members of ASA participate in 
many of Loyola's activities such as the 
freshman "Welcome Week" program, the 
Dance-A-Thon, LSGA, Student Activities 
Board, Dorm Governments, etc. Alpha Sigma 
Alpha is also a member of Loyola's Pan-Hell- 
enic Association. 




FRONT ROW: Dawn Mitchell, Meg Kurtz, 
Connie Tucci, Donna Conte, Heather Scalia, 
Dei Maynard, Linda Salvator, Kathy Berrigan. 
RO W TWO: Julie Cortina, Anne-Marie Robin- 
son, Diana Urizarri, Joan Nawrocki, Debbie 
Cichon, Sue Sciaqua, Pan Dumond. ROW 
THREE: Kathy Gerry, Debbie Stemm, Amy 
Duda, Mary Anne Bellar, Judy Luft, Karen 
OKeefe, Kathy Killoran. ROW FOUR: Patti 
Geary, Jovita Kerelis, Debbie Robledo, Sue 
Lindbloom, Vita Radzevicius. Donna Kamp- 
ner. ROW FIVE: Ana Vega. Mary Kay 
Lindbloom, Camille Zumpano, Rachael Lopez, 



Marrea Winnega, Colleen Considine. ROW 
SLX: Mari Heavy, Karen Collins, Fran Lynch, 
Cathi Malec, Mary Beth Murphy, Mary 
Woodrow. ROW SEVEN: Stephanie Cappas, 
Mary Cain, Renee Juswick, Barb Murphy. Not 
Pictured: Estella Alonso, Mary Couglin, Lee 
Ann Fahey, Pat Gerbanas, Diana Hart, Bonnie 
Knapp, Alyce Lattan, Pat Mikrut, Chris 
Piekezas, Joan Schouten, Terry Thompsen, 
Marie Wall, Kathy Whalen, Pam Deamont, 
Sandra Poulos, Mary Shochan, Peggy Stanton, 
Man' Kurti. 



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Delta Sigma Phi 



Delta Sigma Phi is a professional fraternity 
organized to foster the study of business in 
universities; to encourage scholarship, social 
activity and the association of students for their 
mutual advancement by research and practice; to 
promote closer affiliation between the commer- 
cial ethics and culture and the civic and 
commercial welfare of the community. 



FRONT: Louie Imburgia. ROW ONE: Jack 
Sonta, Jim Pelletiere. Tim Rhode, Tom 
McDonough. ROW TWO: Mark Milani. John 
Helwig. James Huston, Jim Grieco, Dario 
Giumla. ROW THREE: Dave Cortopasst, Greg 
Jansyn, Ron Mersch. Tom Kijowski. John 
Tokarski. Mark Podorskv. 



Beta, Beta, Beta 




Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society is a 
national organization of students who share an 
interest in organization of students who share 
an interest in academic acheivement and an 
appreciation of the life sciences. A three-fold 
program is emphasized: stimulation of scholar 
ship, dissemination of scientific knowledge, 
and promotion of biological research. On the 
local level, TriBeta desires to promote 
interaction among its members to improve the 
quality of biological education at Loyola as 
well as to form friendships among individuals 
with similar interests. 



KNEELING: Marietta Bufalino, Charles How- 
ell, Annette Novak, Sophia Matsas, Joanell 
DiSalvo, Virginia Boland, Rich Sosnowski. 
Mary Beth Marinis, Gail Carlson. ROW TWO: 
Mary Beth Murphy. Al Moritz. George 
Stathopoulos. Rusty Lombardi. Maureen Flee- 
ge. Jim Gregory, Dr. Jan Savitz, Al Roter- 
mund, Lester Ichinose. Magdalen Belicleus. 
Jerry Najder, Pat Jorgenson, Tim Ketchmark. 
ROW THREE: Mark Veldman. Jim Steig- 
meyer. Clay Canaday. Tom Kaniff, Len Zalik, 
Ralph Price, Lazlo Toth, Mike 'Toole. Marco 
Aleman. 



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Kappa Beta Gamma 



Debbie Gawaluch, Gary Soltys- Moderator, 
Michele Lauer, Chris Schwarz, Susan Kamin- 
ski, Sophia Matsas, Nike Mourikes, Vera 
Andjelkovic, Annie Ryan, Manjan Jatczak, 
Jan Barron, Maureen Tyrrell, Pat Tyne, 
Maripat Hennessy, Mary Eileen McCormack, 
Joanell DiSalvo. 




Delta Sigma Pi 



Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity 
organized to foster the study of business in 
universities; to encourage scholarship, social 
activity and the association of students for 
their mutual advancement by research and 
practice; to promote closer affiliation between 
the commercial world and students of comm- 
erce, and to further a higher standard of 
commercial ethics and culture and the civic 
and commerical welfare of the community. 




Members in no particular order: Frank 
Zubricki, Bob Shumann, Bill Ahmer, Glenn 
Rolbiecki, Julie Garbarczyk, Joe Karczewski, 
Karen Lipan, Ed Berry, Carla Molotsky, Bob 
Baumhart, Frank Bonilla, Dean Bozzano, Jim 
Chmara, Tom Evoy, Steve Guzier, Tony 
Greco, Joon II Han, Curt Hyzy, Dave lto, 
Kathy Kadlec, Mark Kurkul, Ken Michalik, 
Kurt Mrowick, Mike Long, Steve Otter, 
Dennis Ranahan, Chuck Seminara, Wayne 
Skwarek, Jerry Skiba, Bob Tanner, Jim Udoni, 
Tom Radtke, Diane Bunse, Tom Croke, Jim 
Brennan. 



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Pi Sigma Alpha 



ROW ONE: Heidi Brachmansky, Mary Ande- 
oni- President, Michael Brickman- Secretary, 
Dawn Midkiff- Treasurer, Gil Webb- Vice- 
President, Susan Zucker. RO W TWO: Howard 
Lieber. Bruce Perlin, Nancy Rich. Thoman 
Shanahan, Jerone Arkenberg, Cynthia Kaw- 
akami. 




Phi Kappa Omega 



Phi Kappa Omega is the youngest sorority 
on the campus. We were formerly known as 
the Little Sisters of Theta Xi, before the Little 
Sisters program was terminated in November 
1977. In an attempt to remain united, twelve of 
the fifteen little sisters petitioned Pan-Hel for 
acceptance as a local sorority. In December 
1977, the council voted to accept the new 
sorority. 



ROW ONE: Pat Jackowiak- Treasurer, Colleen 
Downey- Vice-President, Cathy Ekstrom- Sec- 
retary. Maureen Hanrahan- President. ROW 
TWO: Ginny Boland, Laura Levin, Janet 
Borresen. Rosa Terrones. ROW THREE: Jane 
lcenogle, Linda Schaab, Ann Dusevic, Annette 
Jackowiak. 



Organizations/221 



Sigma Pi 



ROW ONE: Vidas Kazlauskas, James Rhode, 
Brian Mulhern, Mark Mathewson. ROW 
TWO: Matt Harte, George Christy, Mark 
Veldman. ROW THREE: Mark Hieber, Mike 
Jawor, Rusty Lombardi, Tom Adams. ROW 
FOUR: Dave Trylovich, Jim Steigmeyer, Jack 
Fahey, Bob Peterson. ROW FIVE: Joe 
Lamprecht, Jim Grider, Rodney Fiene, Jon 
Kuchy. Not Pictured: Frank McGowan, Greg 
DiMarco, Jim Kokines, Bill Kretchmar. 




Psi Chi 



The major goals of Psi Chi, the national 
honor society in psychology, are 1) to 
acknowledge and to further the academic 
development of its members, and 2) to provide 
an environment which stimulates an interest 
in psychology amony its university student 
body. 

In addition to the customary tutorial 
services for introductory psychology students, 
the Loyola chapter Psi Chi has sponsored a 
graduate application workshop and has invited 
a number of speakers to comment on the 
issues which face psychology today. These and 
other activities are a testimony of the 
commitment held by the Loyola chapter of Psi 
Chi to better serve its members and the 
university-at-large. 




FRONT ROW: Tom Braun- Vice-President, 
Daniel Fuertsch- President, Doreen Kuse, 
Terry Feldman. ROW TWO: Mark Kadowaki, 
Sylvia Garcia, Jerry Smessaert, Dr. John S. 
Carroll- Moderator, Barb Rajkowski, Dr. pat 
Rupert- Moderator. 



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Little Sisters of Sigma Pi 



ROW ONE: Estella Gonzales, Maria Pearl- 
man. Sandy Sanborn, Nina Brynjolfson. ROW 
TWO: Karen Marich Roeio Lacerra, Melinda 
Sorensen, Patty Schulien. RO W THREE: Lori 
Hoffmann, Lynette Jolly. Not Pictured: Donna 
Freda. 




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Fr. Baumhart 



Photos of Loyola's president. 




228 

Vice-Presidents 



Photos of the people who run Loyola. 




Deans of Graduate Schools 

From Dentistry through Medicine, 
photos of the Deans of Loyola's 
graudate schools. 




232 



Deans of Undergrad Schools 

In glorious black and white! Photos of 
the deans of our undergrad colleges 
and schools. 




234 

Student Services 

Administrators helping students. Pho- 
tos of the people who try to make our 
four years bearable. 




236 



Academic Departments 

From Accounting through Theology, 
photos of all the department chairmen. 




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Reverend Raymond Baumhart, S.J., President 




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Mariette LeBlanc, Vice President for Student Services 




W. Daniel Conroyd, Vice President for Development 







Donald J. Hayes, S.J. , Vice President for University Ministry 




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Richard A. Matre. Provost of the Medical Center 




William Walsh, Vice President for Personnel 





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John H. Reinke, S.J. Chancellor 



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John F. Langdon, Vice President for Administration 



James Barry, Acting Vice President and Dean of Facilities 



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Board of Trustees 



1. William J. Quinn, Chairman 

2. Fernando Arizti, S.J. 

3. Raymond Baumhart, S.J. 

4. Bernard T. Brennan 

5. Joseph R. Christian, M.D. 

6. David M. Clarke, S.J. 

7. Frank W. Considine 

8. Mrs. Terrence J. Dillon 

9. Charles F. Donovan, S.J. 

10. Daniel L. Flaherty, S.J. 

11. Morris I. Leibman 

12. General James A. McDivitt 

13. William C. Mclnnes, S.J. 

14. Mrs. John E. Molony 

15. John W. Moutoussamy 

16. H. Dudley Murphy 

17. Robert P. Neuschel 

18. Frank W. Newell, M.D. 

19. John W. O'Malley, S.J. 

20. M. Lawrence Reuter, S.J. 

21. Dora B. Somerville 

22. Theodore J. Tracy, S.J. 

23. Mrs. J. Albin Yokie 







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Deans of Graduate Schools 



Clarence N. Peiss, Ph.D.. Dean. Stritch School of Medicine 




Francis J. Catania, Dean of the Graduate School 




Raffaele Sunano, D.D.S., Dean, School of Dentistry 




Charles W. Murdock. Dean, School of Law 



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Deans of Undergraduates 




Dr. Ronald E. Walker, Dean, College of Arts & Sciences 



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Dr. Lerov A. Wauck, Dean, of Social Sciences 




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Dr. Gerald Gutek, Dean, School of Education 



Dr Sue Nebel, Humanities Dean 




Dr. Henry R. Malecki, Dean, University College 




Rev. William H. Hogan, S.J. Senior Dean 




Dr. Donald Mever, Dean, School of Business 

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Rev. J. E. Festle, S.J., Assoc. Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, WTC 



Dr. Julia A. Lane Dean, School of Nursing 



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Thomas Adams, Dean of Students-LSC 



Joan Steinbrecher, Dean of Students, WTC 





Gary L.Soltys. Director of Centennial Forum 
Assistant Dean of Students 



Charles A. Taylor, Asst. Dean of Students Black Student Advisor 




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Angeles Eames, Hispanic Student Advisor. Asst. Dean of Students 

Helen Lavelle. Assistant Dean of Students 
International Student Advisor 





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Bernard Pleskoft, Director of Housing, Associate Dean of Students 






James E. Whitehead, Dean of Students, Medical Center 




Gordon Stiefel, Asst. Dean of Students, Director of Student, Activities WTC 



)onna Dorl, Director of Student Activities, 

Asst. Dean of Students, LSC 





Michael J. Lambesis, 

Asst. Dean of Students, Medical Center 



Claire Brugger, 

Asst. Dir. of Housing 



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Accounting 



R. Carson Cox, Chairman & Associate Professor 



During the past year, the Account- 
ing Department has begun planning a 
new management accounting prog- 
ram, equal in rigor to the public 
accounting program, to prepare grad- 
uates to assume top level positions as 
controller or chief accountant within 
major business firms. As a by product 
of the program, graduates should be 
well prepared to successfully conplete 
the recently introduced Certified 
Management Accountant Exam. 

The Accounting Department is one 
of the largest departments within the 
School of Business, with thirteen full 
time faculty and six part time staff. 
Many of the faculty have considerable 
professional experience though main- 
taining their own accounting practices 
and through consulting work with 
major American corporations. This 
background enables the faculty to 
bring practical experience to the 
classroom. 



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Afro- American Studies 



Afro- American studies is, by defi- 
nition, interdisciplinary. Thus, a ma- 
jor charge of the Afro-American 
Studies Program is to co-ordinate and 
develop relevant departmental offer- 
ings in a variety of academic discipl- 
ines. A second purpose of the 
Program is to strive to make visible to 
the entire University community the 
accomplishments and aspirations of 
Afro- Americans. The Afro- American 
experience has been a central theme 
in the evolution of American society: 
Black people have been givers as well 
as takers, actors as well as reactors. 
Thirdly, the Program provides a 
support service for the Afro- American 
Community at Loyola. 




Dr. Chcrvi Johnson Director & Asst. Professor 



Anthropology 



Anthropology is both a humanistic 
and scientific study of mankind, 
human society, and culture. While 
other sciences and history could make 
a similar claim, anthropology above 
all other such disciplines has had a 
long tradition distinctively its own. 
The tradition is one of inclusiveness in 
considering man and his works 
through actual field work all over the 
globe. The data of anthropology 
include all known human groups from 
simple hunting and gathering bands 
to large complex urban societies. 





F.X. Grollig, S.J. Chairman & Professor 




Applied Psychology 



Perhaps the most unique quality of 
the Applied Psychology Program is 
the integration of practical "how to" 
helping skills training into the core of 
theory and method courses. Several of 
these courses are unique to under- 
graduate education. One of the nicest 
aspects of the program is it's small 
size. Everyone gets to know everyone 
else. 



Dr. John R. Shack, Chairman & Professor 



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The major and all courses in biology 
are offered on the Lake Shore Campus 
only. The aims of the Department of 
Biology are to present to students the 
basic principles of the biological 
sciences and to prepare majors in 
biology for graduate studies, teach- 
ing, or entrance into applied and 
professional schools of science. 











Dr. Jan Savitz, Acting Chairman & Assoc. Professor 



Chemistry 



The Department of Chemistry at 
Loyola University has, over the years, 
earned and maintained a reputation 
for excellence. With over 65 percent 
of the department's undergraduates 
pursuing graduate programs in chem- 
istry, and nearly 50 percent going on 
to earn Ph.D.'s, the Chemistry De- 
partment has proven to have a 
consist- ently strong undergraduate 
program. 

The Department currently has an 
enrollment of 142 undergraduate, 
chemistry majors who are receiving 
high quality instruction in both the 
classroom and the laboratory. To 
further benefit the student, there is 
also the opportunity for qualified 
undergraduates to work as lab teach- 
ing assistants for faculty members. 



Dr C.'rl E. Moorf . Chairman <m Hroiessor 








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Gassical Studies 



The Department of Classical Stud- 
ies combines in its providence things 
traditional with things contemporary. 
The Latin and Greek languages and 
literatures, for instance, have been 
the cornerstone of a liberal education 
for centuries. They remain the De- 
partment's primary interest; never- 
theless, to meet the needs and 
interests of today's students, the 
Department also offers over 25 cour- 
ses in such diverse areas as ancient 
art, archeology, drama, philosophy, 
computer science, law, history, and 
numismatics. These courses, taught 
in English, illustrate the Depart- 
ment's commitment to the past in the 
light of contemporary requirements 
and developments. 




Dr. James G. Keenar Chairman AY Prof 



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The study of Communication Arts 
enables the student to acquire a better 
understanding of the processes of 
human communication as well as to 
improve his or her own communica- 
tive skills in a wide variety of human 
interactions. The major in Commun- 
ication Arts provides students with 
the opportunity to concentrate their 
studies in either Speech Communica- 
tion or Mass Communication. Special- 
ized course work and creative activity 
help prepare the Communication Arts 
majors for careers and further grad- 
uate or professional study. 



Dr. Michael Cornett, Acting Chairma- 



Criminal Justice 



This interdisciplinary program is 
able to call on the faculty and 
resources of the College of Arts and 
Sciences, the Graduate School, the 
School of Business Administration, 
and the professional Schools of Law, 
Social Work, and Education based at 
the Water Tower Campus. In add- 
ition, faculty members with special 
competence and experience in law 
enforcement, correctional administra- 
tion, the courts, probation and parole 
agencies offer courses. Students are 
thus exposed to educators with direct 
knowledge and involvement in the 
criminal justice system. In this man- 
ner, established theory and current 
practices are merged in the class- 
rooms. 




Dr. Paul Mundy, Director & Professor 



Economics 



The purpose of the Economics 
Department is to train students to 
solve problems and make correct 
management decisions. The theory 
and application are both important. 
One of the Strengths of the Loyola 
MBA program is the unique way it 
stresses the role of business in 
American society and the responsibil- 
ity of business leaders to society. 







Dr. David Mirza, Chairman 




Dr. John S. Shea Chairman & Assoc. Prof 



English 



Largest of the academic depart- 
ments at Loyola, the English Depart- 
ment offers the two-semester writing 
sequence for freshmen and advanced 
courses in writing, as well as a large 
number of courses in literature inten- 
ded for non-majors. Students who 
wish to major or minor in English and 
American Literature from the Middle 
Ages to the present time. All courses 
in English include training in organi- 
zation and clarity of writing. 



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Loyola's Educational Opportunity 
Program has been operative since 
1969. Through several supportive 
services provided by the EOP, fresh- 
men who are determined inadmiss- 
able through traditional University 
standards are encouraged to complete 
a four-year degree program here at 
Loyola. It is the intention and hope of 
the Educational Opportunity Program 
that the student, with the help of 
EOP's supports, develops more self- 
confidence, strengthens certain basic 
academic skills, and gains more 
insight into the expectations of higher 
education. 




Finance 




The Department of Finance is one 
of the smaller departments of the 
School of Business, yet it is the most 
popular area of concentration of 
graduate students in the MBA pro- 
gram. 

The finance major receives broad 
training in both the financial manag- 
ment aspects of business and in the 
area of investments and the securities 
market. Graduates typically pursue 
careers within the treasury depart- 
ments of firms, or with banks, 
security brokerage houses, and other 
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Fine Arts 



The Fine Arts Department offers a 
variety of programs which enable the 
major to select a curriculum leading to 
a Bachelor of Arts degree inArt 
History, Art Education or Studio Art. 
It provides training for a wide range of 
careers in art and also provides the 
necessary prerequisites for admission 
to graduate school or advanced studio 
programs. By offering concentrations 
in Medical Illustration and Com- 
mercial Art it recognizes the need for 
professional training. 

Rome Center campus and the 
Martin d'Arcy Gallery Museum of 
Medieval and Renaissance Art are 
both resources which greatly evaluate 
contemporary art movements through 
changing exhibitions in galleries on 
both Lake Shore and Water Tower 
campuses. 



Dr. Mary S. Lawton Acting Chairperson & Assoc. Prof. 



History 



History complements other liberal 
studies. It develops special insights 
into the culture in which the student 
has to live and helps him to view it 
through the perspective of time and 
change. It helps to discipline his mind 
through the methodology of historical 
analysis and synthesis. It stimulates 
him to develop and refine the values 
which gave him balance and judge- 
ment for a Christian life. 







Dr. Robert McCluggage, Chairman & Professor 








s Honors 



Since 1937 the College of Arts and 
Sciences has sponsored an Honors 
Program. At present the membership 
numbers over 200, from the three 
campuses at Lake Shore, Niles and 
Water Tower. All students are candi- 
dates for the Honors Degree, the 
requirements of which include special 
coursework in all areas of the curri- 
culum and a minimum grade point 
average. In addition, the students join 
together for social and cultural activi- 
ties, especially through the Honors 
Student Association. Direction of the 
Program is in the hands of a 
student-faculty council, the Director 
and the Associate Director. 



Dr. Thomas Ranck Director & Asst. Prof. 



Industrial Relations 



The Institute of Industrial Relations 
is a professional program in the 
Graduate School which prepares peo- 
ple for careers and advancement in 
the fields of personnel management, 
industrial relations, and organization- 
al development. The Institute was 
founded in 1941 by Father Ralph 
Gallagher and continues today under 
the direction of Dr. Alan J. Fredian to 
be a significant educational force in 
human resource management and 
development. 




Dr. Allan J. Fredian, Director 



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Management 



The Management Department stri- 
ves to instill in students the import- 
ance of viewing organizations as 
social systems, whose effectiveness 
depends on satisfaction of both indi- 
vidual and joint goals. The Depart- 
ment offers a major in personnel 
administration. This program is des- 
igned to prepare students for general 
management careers as well as entry 
postions in various personnel special- 
ties. 




Dr. Mike Keeley, Acting Chairman 



Management Science 



The Management Science Depart- 
ment continues to offer the business 
administration student courses in 
production management, computer 
systems, and quantitative methods. 
The Department now includes ten 
fulltime faculty and five adjunct 
instructors representing many areas 
of business and industry. 

Continued emphasis on the sys- 
tems aspects of business has resulted 
in excellent reception by students 
enrolling in the advanced computer 
course, COBOL- Business Computer 
Programming, and the advanced sys- 
tems course. Project Management. 
These courses are open to all business 
majors. 



Dr. Sam Ramenofsky, Chairman & Professor 



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Marketing 



The Marketing Department seeks 
to provide a basis for understanding 
the American system of distribution of 
the output of our productive mechan- 
ism. The Department provides an 
understanding of, and the skills 
needed for market research and the 
Department also offers understand- 
ing, knowledge and skills in the 
training and management of market- 
ing personnel and training in the 
identification, evaluation, and solut- 
ion of marketing problems. 













Dr. Allen F. Jung, Chairman & Professor 




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Mathematical Science 



The Department of Mathematical 
Sciences offers a B.S. in Computer 
Science, a B.S. in Mathematics, and a 
combined B.S. in Mathematics and 
Computer Science. At the graduate 
level, the Department offers an M.S. 
in Computer Science and an M.S. in 
Mathematics. The Department seeks 
to give its majors the theoretical and 
practical knowledge needed for fur- 
ther work in mathematics, for careers 
in government, business, and indus- 
try, and for the teaching profession. 
Through its many service courses, the 
Department seeks to illustrate both 
the impact and the application of 
mathematics. 



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Colonel John A. Milani Chairman & Professor 



Military Science 



The Department of Military Science 
Program is designed to complement 
all of Loyola's academic disciplines 
and promotes those qualities tradi- 
tionally displayed by successful lead- 
ers and managers in all walks of life. 
This program is unique in the college 
curriculum because it offers instruc- 
tion as well as practical, working 
experiences in leadership and man- 
agement. What the student learns in 
Army ROTC is directly applicable to 
any career, military or civilian: the 
principles of personnel management, 
a ready acceptance of responsibility, 
the desire to achieve, personal confi- 
dence and the ability to work in 
harmony with others. Military Science 
courses, open to all students, are 
offered at both Lake Shore and Water 
Tower campuses; students incur no 
military obligation by enrolling in 
freshmen or sophomore courses. 



Modern Languages 



Since the importance of a know- 
ledge of a foreign language in today's 
world cannot be over-emphasized 
and, with the belief that all college 
students should be familiar with other 
languages, literatures, and cultures, 
the Department of Modern Languages 
has expanded its offerings over the 
past years to include a wide variety of 
programs and courses for both majors 
and non-majors. The major, offered 
in French, German, Italian, and 
Spanish, aims to build a solid found- 
ation in language, literature, culture, 
and linguistics. The M.A. degree is 
offered in French and Spanish. Basic 
and intermediate language courses 
are also offered in Chinese, Japanese, 
Russian, Polish and Lithuanian. For 
majors in other fields, minors are 
available in several areas depending 
upon the needs of the individual 
student. 




Rev. Lawrence Biondi, S.J. 




Nursing 



Avis E. McDonald Chairperson & Asst. Prof. 



The School of Nursing reflects the 
purpose and philosophy of Loyola 
University by locating professional 
Nursing Education within the context 
of Judeo-Christian values. 

Nursing is service oriented. Its 
members promote health, prevent 
illness, and care for the ill. Profess- 
ional Nursing is further committed to 
theorizing and research, developing 
professional standards of competence 
in education and practice, participat- 
ing in inter-disciplinary efforts to 
improve the health delivery system 
and supporting social issues which 
promote conditions of wholeness for 
every man. 













Natural Science 



The Department of Natural Science 
is an interdisciplinary science depart- 
ment that aims to increase knowledge 
of the contributions of science to our 
understanding of man and the uni- 
verse. As scientists we accept our 
responsibility for communicating as 
well as increasing scientific know- 
ledge. The educational function of the 
Department is liberal education as 
distinct from pre-professional train- 
ing in the sciences. 







Dr. Raymond Nackoney Chairman & Assoc. Prof. 




Robert F. Harvanek, S.J. Chairman & Professor 



Philosophy 



The Department of Philosophy 
seeks to acquaint students with the 
major problems of philosophy and a 
systematic approach- toward their 
resolution; to stimulate their talents 
for speculative knowledge and con- 
structive criticism on fundamental 
issues; to offer them a rational 
foundation for the arts and sciences; 
to assist them through a reasoned 
appreciation of the dignity of human 
nature to formulate a philosophy of 
life mindful of the traditions of the 
Christian world. 







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Physical Education 



The Departments of Athletics and 
Physical Education encourage all full 
time students, faculty, and staff of 
Loyola University to take part in the 
programs, and take advantage of the 
facilities which they operate on both 
Lake Shore and Water Tower Cam- 
puses. The two Departments sponsor 
and supervise numerous programs in 
the areas of inter-collegiate, intra- 
mural, and recreational sports as well 
as courses in Physical Education 
which carry a one-hour credit rating. 

Full-time students with suitable 
scholastic records may represent the 
University in inter-collegiate competi- 
tion in basketball, swimming, water 
polo, track, cross country, bowling, 
golf, and volleyball. 




Eugene P. Sullivan Director 




Dr. Richard R. Bukrey Chairman & Assoc. Professor 




Physics 



The Physics Department offers 
courses for physics majors, related 
majors, and for non-science majors. 
Laboratory courses include basic phy- 
sics, optics, electronics, and observ- 
ational astronomy. 

The Department maintains an elec- 
tronics laboratory, a machine shop, a 
seismology station and research facil- 
ities for experimental atomic and solid 
state physics. Experimental efforts 
center around studies of solids and 
liquids. This includes magnetic reson- 
ance, X-ray diffraction, Mossbaur 
effect, and laser radar. All of these 
projects involve a great deal of 
student participation. In addition, 
some students work on individual 
projects. 





Dr. Sam C. Sarkesian Chairman & Professor 



Political Science 



Political Science is the study of 
man, politics, and government and 
provides students with the knowledge 
of how the American government 
functions and his or her role in the 
democratic system. The Department 
provides a range of courses leading to 
the A.B. and a program which leads to 
the B.S. is Public Affairs. 

To expand the dimensions of the 
classroom experiences, a number of 
guest speakers are invited from 
outside the University. Some speakers 
in the past were James Wilson, 
Anthony Downs, and General Robert 
Gard. 

The Political Science Department 
hopes to aid each student in under- 
standing the political behavior of 
individuals, the nature of politics, and 
the functions of government, and 
attempts to develop in Loyola stud- 
ents a concern for ethics, order, and 
justice. 



Psychology 



Psychology is a science that seeks 
to understand basic principles of 
behavior and human experience and 
to apply those principles to solving 
individual and social problems. With 
over 30 full-time faculty, more than 
500 undergraduate majors and nearly 
200 graduate students in five advanc- 
ed degree programs, Psychology is 
one of the largest and most active 
departments at Loyola. The majority 
of our undergraduates pursue advan- 
ced training in graduate school in 
psychology or other professional pro- 
grams such as medicine, law educa- 
tion, social work, and business. Other 
graduates directly enter the job 
market in a wide range of fields 
including police, personnel, advertis- 
ing, social work, and mental health 
work. 




Dr. Jeanne M. Foley Chairperson & Professor 






Dr. Gerald Gutek, Dean & Professor 



Sociology 



Loyola's Sociology Department is 
one of the leading departments in the 
midwest, and over the past several 
years has expanded significantly in its 
areas of specialization and the num- 
ber of faculty members actively 
engaged in teaching and research. In 
introducing students to sociology, the 
Department seeks to develop a critical 
understanding of the ways organiza : 
tions influence our lives. By gaining 
this insight, students are better able 
to make mature judgements about 
society's problems. The Department 
also hopes they will assume more 
serious responsibility for the world we 
are building. 



School of Education 



The School of Education is in its 
tenth year of operation, including the 
Institute of Pastoral Studies, and is 
composed of four departments: Admi- 
nistration, Curriculum and Instruc- 
tion, Foundations, and Guidance and 
Counseling. While consolidating in 
some areas, due to inflation and 
increased significant competition 
from the public sector and an expect- 
ed cyclical decline in traditional 
undergraduate teacher education, it is 
confidently expected that newer ave- 
nues of development will grow, 
namely, teachers for the emotionally 
disturbed and socially maladjusted, a 
school psychologist program and con- 
tinuing education programs for teach- 
ers, administrators and counseling 
personnel in the school sector. 




Fr. Thomas M. Gannon, S.J. Chairman & Professor 



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Socio-Legal Studies 



The objective of the Department of 
Socio-Legal Studies are to provide the 
student with an understanding of 
individual legal responsibilities aris- 
ing from the interaction of persons, 
property, and government, and to 
create an awareness of the legal 
environment in which executive decis- 
ions are made. 




Dr. John D. O'Malley, Chairman & Professor 




Theatre 



Dr. Arthur W. Bloom Chairperson & Professor 



The goal of the Theatre Department 
is to provide training for the profess- 
ional community and academic thea- 
tres within the framework of a liberal 
arts education. Many of our students 
pursue theatre as a profession after 
graduation, but a broad liberal educa- 
tion is designed to broaden horizons 
and build inquiring minds. 

Through work on productions, 
whether on stage, as an actor or 
backstage, the theatre major must 
learn independence from, as well as 
dependence on fellow students. 

Main stage productions for the 
79-80 academic year consisted of 
American Buffalo, She Stoops to 
Conquer, Uncommon Women, and 
The Robber Bridegroom. 

The department's new Studio Thea- 
tre produced a series of four student 
directed productions opening with 
Bittersweet Images. 



Theology 



Theology is the study of God and 
man's relationship to Him; it is, in the 
ancient formula, _/Wes quaerens intell- 
ectum- faith seeking understanding. 

Loyola University teaches about 
3000 undergraduate students each 
semester in its Department of Theo- 
logy. The courses range through a 
variety of offerings that include the 
study of systematic and historical 
theology, Sacred Scripture, moral 
theology, and comparative religion. 
In the 1979-80 scholastic year, there 
are 27 full-time teachers active in the 
Department. The majority are mem- 
bers of the Jesuit Order. There are 
also 12 part-time lecturers. Courses 
of the Department are taught on four 
of Loyola's campuses. About 100 
undergraduates major in theology. 
The Department has, in addition, an 
M.A. program as well as a proposal 
before the University administration 
to introduce doctoral studies. 





Father Earl A. Weis, S.J. Chairman & Professor 



Urban Studies 



An evening program offered at the 
Water Tower Campus, the Graduate 
Program in Urban Studies provided 
an interdisciplinary course of study 
that increases the students' aware- 
ness of urban problems and prepares 
them for decision-making in a rapidly 
changing urban world. It is designed 
to serve students who desire as early 
or mid-career broadening as well as 
students who have not yet found 
employment in an urban related field. 
The Program attempts to train pro- 
fessionals to plan more effectively in 
an urban setting and to solve prob- 
lems in a creative and practical 
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Math-Computer Science 

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English 









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Psychology 

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Biology 

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Marketing 



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Sociology 

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Biology 

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Biology 

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Political Science 

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Personnel 

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Social Work 






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Biology 

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Criminal Justice 

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English-Psychology 

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Communication 

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Sociology 



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Criminal Justice 

Roxanne Buzbee 

Psychology 

Daniel Bylica 

Accounting 



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Personnel 

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Giulio Camerini 

Humanities 











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Criminal Justice 

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Finance 

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Marketing 



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Finance 

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Marketing 

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Applied Psychology 

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Biology 

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Social Work 

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Finance 




Arlene Ciolkosz 

Communication Arts 

Robert Clark 



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Psychology 



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Claudia Cole 



Xavier Conenna 

Spanish 

Sam Conforti 



Sheila Conhey 

Education 

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Chemistry 

Magda Contreras 

Biology 









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Psychology 

Nancy Cooper 

English 

William Coppoolse 

Personnel Management 



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Marketing 

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Political Science 

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History 

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Psychology 

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Math-Computer Science 






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Criminal Justice 

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Biology 

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Dental Hygiene 












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Accounting 

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Communication Arts 



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Applied Psychology 

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Psychology 

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Criminal Justice 









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Criminal Justice 



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History 



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Biology 



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Psychology 

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Accounting 



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Marketing 

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CPA Accounting 






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Biology 



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Political Science 



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Psychology 

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Art History 

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Sociology 

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Biology 









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Biology 

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Political Science 

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Communication Arts 



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Biology 

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Political Science 



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History 









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Communications 

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Marketing 



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Criminal Justice 






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Biology 

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Marketing 

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Biology 






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Marketing 

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Sociology 



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Economics 



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Criminal Justice 









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Applied Psychology 

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Dental Hygiene 

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280/Graduates 







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Criminal Justice 

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Theatre 

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Social Work 

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Finance 







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English 

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Political Science 



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Public Accounting 

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History 




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Communication Arts 

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Political Science 

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Greek-Latin 



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Biology 

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Math-Computer Science 

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Accounting 



284/Graduates 





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Biology-Psychology 

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Biology 

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Theology 



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Criminal Justice 

Sharon Marshall 

Computer Science 




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Theatre 

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Political Science 



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Criminal Justice 

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Dental Hygiene 

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English 






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Theatre 










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Public Affairs 

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Biology 

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Political Science 

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Classics 

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Math-Comp Sci-Poli Sci 



286/Graduatcs 






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Biology 

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Communication Arts 

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Biology 








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Public Accounting 

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Marketing 

Joseph Menchaca 







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Political Science 



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Psychology 

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Business 

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Biology 









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English 

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Accounting 

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Biology 



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Biology 

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Chemistry 

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Accounting 

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Psychology 



288/Graduates 






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Accounting 

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Executive Accounting 

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Accounting 

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Math-Computer Science 

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Social Work 



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Communications 

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Social Work 

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Computer Science 






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Chemistry 

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Biology 

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Marketing 







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Public Accounting 

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Biology 

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Psychology 









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Biology 

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Political Science 

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Marketing 



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Psychology 

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Biology 



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Communication Arts 

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Chemistry-Math 

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Biology 

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English 

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Biology 

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History 

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Biology 

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Biology-Psychology 



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Personnel 

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Biology 

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Biology 

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Communication Arts 



292/Graduates 






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Political Science 

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Social Work 

Michael Phillips 

Marketing 



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Mathematics 

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Political Science 

Ronald Pieroni 

Biology 





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Biology 

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Chemistry 

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Marketing 

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CPA Accounting 




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Chemistry 

Nancy Popp 

Political Science 

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Biology 








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Political Science 

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Biology 

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English 

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Psychology 

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Finance 

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Communication Arts 

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Theology 



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Commercial Art 

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Psychology 



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Social Work 

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CPA Accounting 

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Applied Psychology 




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Computer Science 

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Marketing 



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English 

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Finance 

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Spanish-Political Science 

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Biology 



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Psychology 

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Marketing 

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Psychology 









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Biology 

William Rohaly 

Philosophy 

Mark Romano 

English-Political Science 



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Marketing 

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Applied Psychology 

Mark Ruda 

Political Science 



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Applied Psychology 

Edward Rylko 

Public Accounting 

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Chemistry 








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Finance 

Mary Saettele 






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Biology 

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Personnel Management 

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History 









Teresa Santana 

Psychology 

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Psychology 

Richard Santowslii 

Biology 



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Communications 

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Christine Schiller 

English 




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Accounting 

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Philosophy- English 

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CPA Accounting 



298/Graduates 




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Communication Arts 

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Psychology 

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Biology 

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Political Science 

Elizabeth Shaw 

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Italian 



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Marketing 

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Public Accounting 

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Biology 






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English 



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Political Science 

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History-Political Science 






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Biology 

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History 









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Theatre 

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History 



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Psychology 

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French 









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Fine Arts 

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Biology 



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Marketing 

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Biology 



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Marketing 

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Psychology 

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English 









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Education 

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Psychology 

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Biology 



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Finance 

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Accounting 






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Finance 



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Political Science 



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Criminal Justice 

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Biology 

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Mathematics 

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Biology 



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Marketing 



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Special Education 







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Marketing 







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Marketing 

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Special Education 



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Applied Psychology 



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Biology 



Mark Wydra 
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Katina Xouria 









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Spanish 

Leonard Zalik 

Biology 

Carol Zapolis 

Art History 



Helen Zarczynski 

Biology 

Russell Zaucha 

Marketing 

William Zehme 

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Charles Zelnis 

Political Science 

Peter Zeman 

Criminal Justice 



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Special Education 

William Zolp 

Production Management 







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Biology 

Cvnthia Brim 






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Deborah Baumgart 



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Judith Blum 












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Mary Mascha 



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Catherine O'Donnell 
Christi'aan O'Neill 



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Jean Ostergaard 

Janet Palutsis 



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Nancy Panik 

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Mr. <t Mrs. John Kuchy 

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Mr. & Mrs. LeRay S. Kwiatt 

Donaldo Lacera. M.D. 

Mr. it Mrs. Robert Lalich 

Marisela Lamas 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lamprecht 

Mr. & Mrs. Don Lasheff 

Joan E. Lauer 

The Michael S. LaVaccare Family 

Mr. it Mrs. J. Lazzara 

Marie Nicole Lembessis 

Bruce Leska 

Mr. & Mrs. Norman LeTourneau 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Licari 

Dr. & Mrs. Gerald J. Liesen 

Mr. it Mrs. Robert Lipinski 

F. G. Loutfy, M.D. 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank R. Lucas 

Mr. & Mrs. Dominick Lupo 

Mr. & Mrs. William Luttmer 

Mr. & Mrs. James M. Lynch 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Magiera 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Majercik 

Michael G. Malone 

Dr. M. B. Margolis 

Mrs. Melvis V. Marion 

Mr. & Mrs. E. Marker, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John J. Markett 

Dr. Arthur C. Martello 

Mr. it Mrs. James W. Martin 

Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Martin 

Rita Condon Martin '59 

John J. Masiliunas 

Mr. & Mrs. Walenty Matusik 

Edmund it Eleanore Mazunek 

Mr. & Mrs. John P. McCarthy 

Eileen McMahon 

Thomas G. McNamara 

Mr. & Mrs. William McNulty 

William it Mary Meacham 

Mr. it Mrs. Edward J. Meagher 

Christopher A. Mendyk 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Meno 

Dr. & Mrs. F. G. Metzger 

Mr. it Mrs. Casimir Mikrut 

Col. & Mrs. John A. Milani 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Milani. Sr. 

The Milkeris Family 

Trudy Miller 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Mitacek 

Tom 0. Moles 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Moore 

Mrs. Loretta Anne Moschini 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Moss 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward D. Muir 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Mulac 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert L. Muldoon 

Hon. & Mrs. James E. Murphy 

Mr. it Mrs. Boyd Myers 

Nancy Lori Naddy 

Gerald R. Nagel 

G. Terence Najder 
Dr. Naraharisetti 
Richard Nash. Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth C. Naslund 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Nawrocki 

Mr. it Mrs. George Nedved 

Mr. & Mrs. Emmett Nelson 

The Newark Family 

Roger J. Nierengarten 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert H. Novak 

Mr. it Mrs. Michael Nowaczyk 

Thomas it Janet Nutting 

Theresa L. Oblazny 

Mr. & Mrs. James O'Brien 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Obrzut & Dona 

Michael Ochoa 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth O'Connor 

Mr. & Mrs. David O'Keeffe 

Conrad S. Olender 

Jan it Helen Olifirowicz it Mike 

Dr. & Mrs. W. Onak 

Mr. Godfrey Oravec 

The Orlow Family 

Ted Ostling 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Ostrowski 

Mary T. Pabon 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Paluch 

Mr. & Mrs. George L. Panateri 

Mr. it Mrs. Clement L. Papillon 

Drs. Charles it Maddalena Pastika 

Mr. it Mrs. Chester P. Patronski 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Paukner 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Pavlick 

Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Perlin 

Zack. Mary, & Stevan Perovich 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Perry 

Robert Petkofski 

John Petrucci 

The Sam Petrungaro Family 

Ronald Petterson 

Mr. & Mrs. James C. Peyton. Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Emil Pfenninger 

Mr. & Mrs. W. J. Pichler 

Mrs. Violet Pieper 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Pohl 

John Z. Policandriotes 

Robert R. Pooley 

Susan Porto 

Joseph Postilion 

Sandra Lynne Powell 

Thaddeus F. Radziwiecki 

Steven M. Radler 

Vytas Radzevicius 

Mr. it Mrs. Arlo W. Ranniger 

Mr. it Mrs. Albert Rasmussen 

Mr. Marlene Rasmussen 

Richard R. Rathunde 

Mr. & Mrs. J. N. Reaves 

S. L. Regula 

Dr. & Mrs. Carlos Reynes 

Henry Riedl. Jr. 

Maryann Rieve 

Mr. it Mrs. Ronald E. Rimkus 

Mr. it Mrs. H. Rings 

Dr. & Mrs. Jesus Rodenas 

Gladys J. Rodriguez 

Mr. it Mrs. Roger Rohde 

Mr. it Mrs. Earl Romz 

Gelsys M. Rubio 

Mrs. Albert Rudman 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry R. Rugis 

Mr. & Mrs. George F. Russell 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Ryan 

Mr. & Mrs. G. J. Saettele. Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Jack Sakai 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Salamone 

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Salmon 

Clyde it Lori Sana 

Richard it Mary Sanborn 

Teresa Santana 

Mr. & Mrs. Rene Sarussi 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis A. Sasso 

Mildred L. Saxton 

Mr. it Mrs. Crosby Schmidt 

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Schmidt 

Dr. it Mrs. Thomas J. Schorsch 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Schouten 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Schultz 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Schwartz 

Mr. it Mrs. Arthur L. Scott 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Scumaci 



Mr. it Mrs. Eugene Seals 

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Semedalas 

Charles R. Seminara 

Cassandra Sendziol 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Sendziol 

Sharraine Laboratory 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Shaw 

Mr. it Mrs. Paul S. Shepro 

John G. Shobris 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Sieghart 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Simon 

Esthar H. Skiba 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Skryd 

Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Slaughter 

Mr. it Mrs. Leonard Smentek it Daughters 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Smid & David 

Dr. & Mrs. Hugh Smith 

William & Jerry Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Jacob L. Sobieraj 

Reyes it Elena Solis 

Mr. it Mrs. Chester Soma 

Laura Sostak 

Alex it Edith Spear 

Mr. & Mrs. L. G. Springer 

Mr. it Mrs. Kenneth Staral 

Steger Flower Shop. Inc. 

Dr. & Mrs. David J. Steigmeyer 

Maria Margareta Stein 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Stern 

Mrs. Harry A. Stevenson 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Stewart 

Eleanore L. Stopka 

Mr. it Mrs. Barth Sugrue 

Patrick J. Sullivan 

Leonard Surdyk 

Frank & Ada Sutkus 

Mr. & Mrs. Antoni Szymanski 

William A. Tarnawski, M.D. 

Herbert it Athelstan Temple 
Joy & Ray Tennison 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Terrell 

Maria X. Teutli 

Mrs. Virginia A. Tolson 

Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Totaro 

Chitoki Tokunga 

Joseph it Stelle Tremback 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Trohcr 

Bronislav Ungeheuer 

Marcy Urban 

Joe & Ann Urbanczyk 

Dr. Jose M. Urizarri 

Arnulfo Vargas 

Mrs. Dominic Veglio 

Dr. & Mrs. Elio G. Vento 

Francisco H. Vera, M.D. 

Mr. & Mrs. Lester G. VerVers 

Mr. & Mrs. L. Vincolese 

Joe & Eleanor Voldrich 

The Family James C. Vourngos 

Mr. it Mrs. Edward D. Waadt 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Walega 

Mr. & Mrs. A. E. P. Waif 

Raymond B. Wallace 

Mr. it Mrs. Joseph V. Wegrzyn 

Mr. it Mrs. John Weszely 

Mr. & Mrs. Sydney B. Wheeler 

Michael S. White, M.D. 

Robert J. Wild 

Anthony J. Williams 

John C. Williams 

Mr. it Mrs. George Witik 

Jerry Wohlleber 

Benny Wong 

Richard ,t Dorothy Wroble 

Mr. & Mrs. D. Wronski 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Wurtzebach 

Ralph A. Yaniz 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Yueill 

Mr. & Mrs. John Zablotney 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Zagone 

George Zahrebclski 

F. Zell Family 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo J. Zelvis 

Mr. & Mrs. John T. Zenz 

Mr. it Mrs. Ray Zuhr 

The John Zumpano Family 

Mr. it Mrs. Richard Zvrkowski 



1980 LOYOLAN Yearbook Staff 




'Diligence pays off in the long run. 





Members of LOYOLAN 1980 Editorial Board and Roberta Kozuch, Faculty Moderator 




Med Center Photography Day 



Water Tower Staff(Left to Right): Unidentified, Unidentified, Nancy Wills, Unidentified, Steve Leonardi, 
Kathv Kadlec, Marty Cerza, Ken Staral, Loretta Kaczmarczyk, James Chan. 





"I know there's film in there SOMEWHERE. 



First Annual Christmas Office Party, December 6, 1979 



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"Dreaming of a White Christmas...' 





Welcome Weekend at W.T.C. 



'O Christmas Tree..." 





"Happy Birthday to you. 



Presidents' Ball 



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LOYOLAN Winter Open House, 6 February 1980 

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LOYOLAN vs. PHOENIX Basketball Match, 
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Left to right: ROW ONE: John Nepomuceno, Renv 
Nepomuceno. ROW TWO: Marty Cerza. Susan Ing. 
Kathy Muldoon. ROW THREE: Mike O'Dea, John 
M. Baworowsky. Lloyd Tennison, Frank Winters. 
Emil Velez. Alyce Schemmel, Walter Simpson, 
Rieny G. Cualoping. TOP ROW: Marco Aleman, 
Julie Franz. 




1980 Lovolan Editors and Staff 

John M . Baworowsky Editor-in-Chief 

Barbara Soltes Business Manager 

Rieny G. Cualoping Photography Editor 

Ralph Price Senior Editor 

Marco Aleman Production Manager 

Alyce Schemmel Administrative Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief 

Lloyd Tennison Niles College Editor 

Donald Sadowski Water Tower Coordinating Editor 

Marie Kelly Copy Editor 

Lea Ann Kopczewski LSC Layout Editor 

Francis G. Winters Associate Editor/First Semester Events Editor 

Walter Simpson Assistant Photography Editor 

Reynaldo Nepomuceno Assistant Photography Editor 

Loretta Kaczmarczyk Co-Editor Water Tower Layout 

Ken Staral Co-Editor Water Tower Layout 

Steve Leonardi Water Tower Photography Coordinator 

Kathy Kadlec Water Tower Second Semester Events Editor 

Charles A. Taylor Budget Administrator 

Roberta Kozuch Faculty Moderator 

Staff: Lisa A. Black, Mary Clare Brosnan, Michael Bushy, Roxanne 
Buzbee. Marty Cerza, James Chan, Janet Chan, Luis Cubillos. Maura 
Donnelly, Maureen Feerick, Julie Franz, Howard Fischer, Germain 
Giner, Marie Gremo, Christopher Gunty, Jerry Heimoski, Pat 
Henneberry. Sanford Herzon, Vernon Hester, Susan Ing, Stephanie 
Lambert. David Lee. Marie Lembessis. Steve Leonardi, Jeff Mantyck. 
Jim Meddcn, Sheila Medisky. Kathy Muldoon. Rick Murray. John 
Nepomuceno. Russell Nicholson. Michael O'Dea. Jo Anne Pusateri. 
Peggy Santclli, Margie Sasso, Douglas Spaeth, Emil Velez, Lorrie 
Walls. Sue Welsch, Nancv Wills, Wendv Ellen Winter. Mary Kadlec. 




Left to right: Sheila Medisky. Marie Gremo, Ralph 
Price, Roxanne Buzbee. Lorrie Walls. Maura 
Donnellv. Vernon Hester. 



Credit* 



Photocredits 

Cover design by John M. Baworowsky 

End sheets of Lincoln Park Lagoon by Jerry Heimoski 

Pope John Paul II photo on page one by Lloyd Tennison 

Our Kind of Town: 

Cerza. Cualoping, Donnelly, Giner, Heimoski, Hester, J. Nepomuceno, R. 
Nepomuceno, Price, Simpson, Tennison, F. Winters. 

Lake Shore Campus: 

Aleman, Baworowsky. Black, Cualoping, Heimoski, Hester, Ing, Medisky, R. 
Nepomuceno, Price, Simpson, Velez, Walls. 

Water Tower Campus: 

Cerza. James Chan, Janet Chan, Cualoping, Franz, Hester, Leonardi. Mantyck, 
Wills, F. Winters. 

Medical Center Campus: 

Aleman. Bushy. Cualoping, Simpson. 

Faculty, Administration, Student Services: 
Black. Cerza, Cualoping. F. Winters. 

Niles College: 

Henneberry, Spaeth, Tennison. 

Law School: 

Hester, Blackacre photo file, courtesy of Jack Leyhane. 

Rome Center: 

Courtesy of Rome Center Office, Lizzette Baez, Maureen Feerick, Jill Lutiger, Jill 
Schroeder, Gaile Oslapas. 

Dorms: 

Campion: Simpson; Chamberlain: Cualoping, Muldoon, Schemmel; Gonzaga: 
Aleman; Loyola Hall: Aleman, Simpson; Mertz: Schemmel; Mertz Suites: 
Baworowsky; Mundelein Dorms: Aleman, Muldoon, Schemmel; Sheridan Place: R. 
Nepomuceno, Velez; Stebler: Cualoping. Muldoon; Winthrop: Velez, Walls. 

Events: 

Activities Pages: Aleman, Baworowsky, Cerza, Cubillos, Janet Chan, Cualoping, 
Gremo, Heimoski, Ing, J. Nepomuceno, R. Nepomuceno, Schemmel, Simpson, 
Velez. Walls, W.E. Winter, F. Winters; Welcome Week-LSC: Aleman, Cualoping, 
Baworowsky, F. Winters; Welcome Weekend-WTC: Baworowsky, F. Winters; 
Presidents' Ball: Courtesy of Eileen Kelly of the Phoenix, Chris Juris, Maureen 
O'Toole; Founders' Day: Baworowsky; Nurse's Capping: F. Winters; Hayride: 
Schemmel; Octoberfest: Franz; Radio Conference: Baworowsky, R. Nepomuceno; 
Hunger Week: R. Nepomuceno; Fifties Dance: Buzbee, R. Nepomuceno; The Big 
Event: Simpson; Holiday Frolic: Murray; Niles Talent Nights; Tennison; FTX: 
Courtesy ROTC, Velez; Snowball: Medden; Military Ball: Velez; Campion Casino: 
Cualoping, Deakin, Schemmel; Afro-American History Month: Cualoping, 
Cubillos. Simpson; Dance Marathon: Gremo; Values & Ethics Symposium: 
Cualoping; Poetry Festival: Cualoping, Schemmel, Simpson; Hounds/Pezband: 
Hester; Merge Talent Nite: Cualoping; Ethnic Fair: Cualoping, Velez; TKE Boxing: 
Aleman; Awards Banquet: Cualoping, Simpson; Cellar: Baworowsky, Gremo, 
Velez. Walls, W.E. Winter, F. Winters; Nite Clubs: Gremo, Simpson; St. Joe's/St. 
Pat's Day: Deakin. Schemmel; Graduation: Courtesy of Loyola Public Relations 
Dept; American Buffalo: F. Winters; She Stoops to Conquer: F. Winters; 1919: 
Schemmel; Uncommen Women: Courtesy of Theatre Dept; Wild Oats: Fischer; 
Clandestine on the Morning Line: Fischer; Robber Bridegroom: Schemmel. 



Sports: 

Waterpolo: Buzbee; Men's Basketball: Baworowsky, Black, Cualoping; Women's 
Basketball: Cualoping. F. Winters; Hockey: Hester; Cross Country: Cualoping, 
O'Dea, O'Malley and Purpura of the Phoenix; Soccer: Black, Herzon. Purpura of 
the Phoenix; Volleyball: Gremo; Bowling: Black; Swimming: Bushy, Buzbee; 
lntramurals: Aleman. Cualoping, Lee. O'Dea, Rohde of the Phoenix; Team photos: 
Cualoping, Aleman, Herzon, Simpson, men's basketball picture by Bud Bertog. 
courtesy of Loyola Athletic Department. 

Organizations: 

Aleman. Black. Cerza, Cualoping, Franz, Heimoski. Leonardi. R. Nepomuceno, 
O'Dea, Price, Schemmel, Simpson, Velez, Walls, W.E. Winter, F. Winters. 

Page 225 photo of Fr. Baumhart and Pope John Paul II copyrighted by 

L'Osservatore Romano 

Other Baumhart Photos courtesy of Loyola Public Relations Department 

Loyolan staff at the Art Institute by John Deakin 

Loyolan vs. Phoenix basketball photos: Cualoping. Deakin. 

Layout Design Credits: 

Our Kind of Town: John M. Baworowsky 

Campus Sections style: Lea Ann Kopczewski. 

Lake Shore Campus: Lea Ann Kopczewski. 

Water Tower Campus: James Chan, Loretta Kaczmarczyk, Ken Staral. Kathy 

Kadlec, Mary Kadlec, Frank Winters. 

Medical Center Campus: Rieny G. Cualoping. 

Rome Center Campus: John M. Baworowsky. 

Niles College: Lloyd Tennison. 

Dorms: John M. Baworowsky. 

Events: Marco Aleman, John M. Baworowsky. Kathy Kadlec, Mary Kadlec, Alyce 

Schemmel. Frank Winters. 

Sports: John M. Baworowsky. 

Organizations: John M. Baworowsky, Loretta Kaczmarczyk, Ken Staral. 

Administration: John M. Baworowsky. Jo Anne Pusateri. 

Academic Departments: Peggy Santelli. Lea Ann Kopczewski. 

Seniors: Ralph Price. John M. Baworowsky. 

Candids: Alyce Schemmel. 

Loyolan Staff Pages: Rieny G. Cualoping. 

Copy Credits: 

Our Kind of Town: Frank Winters. 

Lake Shore Campus: Marie Kelly, Frank Winters. 

Water Tower Campus: Kathy Kadlec, Frank Winters. 

Medical Center Campus: Rieny G. Cualoping, MCC Public Relations. 

Niles: Donald Biernacki. Chris Gunty, Sean Stevens, Lloyd Tennison. 

Rome: Gaile Oslapas. Jill Schroeder, Frank Winters. 

Dorms: Marie Kelly. 

Events: John M. Baworowsky, Rieny G. Cualoping, Christopher Gunty, Kathy 

Kadlec, Marie Kelly, Alyce Schemmel, Sandy Shepard, Lloyd Tennison, Wendy 

Ellen Winter, Frank Winters, Holiday Frolic by Tom Dwyer of Blackacre. 

Theatre: Mary Clare Brosnan. Christopher Gunty, Loyola Theatre Department. 

Sports: Sanford Herzon. Lisa A. Black. Ralph Erickson. Carolyn Sloger. 

Organizations: Written by the Student Organizations. 

Academic Departments: Written by the Academic Departments. 

Special Thanks To: Charles A. Taylor, Mary Dawson and David Wilke of Loyola 

Public Relations; Marty Hawkins. Loyola Sports Information Director; Charles 

Gerace; Jan Wiezorek. Theatre Department; The Loyola Phoenix; Bob and Pat; 

SAB; Blackacre; Roy Fry. Cudahy Library; Jane M. Byrne, Mayor of Chicago; John 

Deakin; James Whitehead and Michael Lambesis; and an extra big "TH<\NK 

YOU" to Gary Soltys for giving us new telephones. 



Editor's Notes 





April 24, 1980 

Dear Friends, 

As I realize this is my last week as 
Loyolan Editor-in-Chief, a flood of 
memories enters my mind as I reflect 
not only on this past year, but on the 
last three years that I have been the 
yearbook editor. There have been so 
many good times and good people 
who have contributed to the yearbook 
and to my life. 

1 feel really privaledged to have 
been here to witness the growth of the 
Loyolan. I thank the editors and our 
moderator Charles Taylor for having 
the confidence to let me lead the 
yearbook through these years. Our 
moderator Charles Taylor deserves 
many thanks for helping us to grow 
these past three years. His financial 
advice and common sense combined 
with his belief that we had the 
potential were indespensable. This 
past year the University honored him 
with the "Moderator of the Year 
Award". I believe he received the 
greatest satisfaction from seeing our 
final product. 

Several other staff members perfor- 
med above and beyond the call of 
duty. First there is Ralph Price. I am 
sure that for the rest of his life he will 
remember cutting the little red squ- 



ares which are used in the printing 
process of the senior portraits. Ralph 
did a great deal of work that seemed 
endless, I hope he received some 
pleasure from his product. Marco 
Aleman also had a very tedious job. 
Many times he gave up his valuable 
study hours to typeset and do paste- 
ups. I wish the best of luck to these 
two good people. 

Two other people who did a great 
deal of work are Barbara Soltes, our 
business manager, and Alyce Sche- 
mmel, my assistant. Barb has been 
with us only a year, but she did 
superb job of keeping track of the 
many thousands of dollars involved 
with our yearbook. Alyce has helped 
not only me, but all the other editors. 
She has done everything from layouts 
to filing to taking minutes at our 
editorial meetings. She is a valuable 
asset to the yearbook. I should also 
mention Lloyd Tennison, our Niles 
College Editor. Lloyd helped me cope 
with some of the many problems we 
have had, for this I thank him. He is 
also a very resourceful person. He has 
been with us three years and I am 
sure he will continue to do a fine job 
next year. 

I would also like to thank the many 
active staff members and additional 
contributors who helped make this 



book possible. Their reward will come 
when they look back years from now 
and see all the good times we had. I 
also thank them for being active in the 
extra activities in which the Loyolan 
participated. We are the largest 
student organization with over 66 
active members and about 30 addi- 
tional contributors. Beating the Phoe- 
nix staff in basketball 56-22 was a| 
high point in our year. 

Lastly I would like to thank a very 
special person, Rieny G. Cualoping 
(she says the name rhymes). She has 
been our Photography Editor, staff 
recruiter, and party organizer. She 
has put in a great deal of effort and 
added a great deal of life to our staff. 
She will succeed me as Editor-in- 
Chief. I wish her the best of luck in the 
coming year. I hope she experiences 
the many joys (and pains) I have felt. 

As I conclude this letter once again 
I thank you all for the memories. I will 
remember you always. 



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John M. Baworpwsky 

Editor-in-Chief 

Loyolan 1980 



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