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Nineteen Hundred Sixty-Eight 

John M. Wiemann HI Editor 

Karla Vulliet Ass't Editor 



Contents 

Student Life 24 

Favorites , 1 36 

Athletics 152 

Campus 232 



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Spiritual Life: 
Fulfillment of 
The Total Person 

Loyola wishes to instill in her student body a spir- 
itual meaning, one that extends beyond the realms 
of religion. As we gain further religious knowl- 
edge, we also learn to become a more righteous 
and ethical person. The university is fortunate in 
having in its staff many fine clergy. They have 
given many precious moments in their busy sched- 
ule to aiding the students. Not even the echo 
from the bustle and confusion of a party or a 
school day, can be heard within the serene silence 
of the chapel. It is a moment in which we can 
express our gratefulness for all we have. 



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Campus Life: Routine of Living 

We do not recall the everyday events which occur 
on campus as readily as we would a big weekend 
or a wild party. Sometimes we are not aware of 
the little things that are happening every minute, 
because we have fallen into the "class-day rou- 
tine". But it is the daily life on campus that plays 
the most important part at Loyola. Campus life 
tends to change each individual and subject him 
to an atmosphere entirely unique to this univer- 
sity. Loyola has a definite personality— one which 
is on the move. There is a common effort to work, 
to strive, and finally, to achieve. In the class rooms 
or during meals, the pace is rapid, and though 
we may not be conscious of this, it is always 
there. As each day begins and ends, whether 
exciting or trivial, we have witnessed something 
that will remain with us forever. 



Parties: Release From Anxieties 

One thing Loyola does not lack is a sufficient number of social events. 
Every weekend offers ample opportunities for students to release the 
anxieties that weekday classes may have brought on. 

Weekend parties begin as early as 3 p.m. on Friday afternoons. At 
that time students pour in to the Danna Center for the bi-weekly 
T.G.I.F.— a unique feature of Loyola's social life. 

Greek organizations hold parties ranging from formals to the very 
informal. But, whether the parties' location happens to be a banquet 
room in one of New Orleans' biggest hotels or the Mississippi River 
levee, the object is always the same— a good time. 



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Culture: 

Completing the Life of Loyolans 

Loyola offers her students a full life, which includes the scholas- 
tic, athletic, social, and, befitting a New Orleans university, the 
cultural. Fr. Engeron's one-man art show, Dr. Corrington's poetry 
readings, the Writer's Symposium, Dr. Brady's production of 
"Picnic," Sen. William Fulbright's "Current Opinions and Obser- 
vations on Vietnam," Glenn Yarbrough's songfest, surrealist 
Roger Shattuck's "Spiritual Exercise of Walking," and Fanny 
Flagg's quips— these were some of the cultural events sponsored 
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New Orleans: 

Historic Home of Loyola 

Ask any Loyola student and he will tell you— When it comes to 
campus locales, there is no place like New Orleans. 

For fifty-six years the Loyola student has been enjoying the 
off-campus activities the Cresent City affords. Now in its 250th 
year, New Orleans' historical significance is one of its many 
assets. 

Where else can students ride on a historic street car for the 
price of a dime? Where else do students receive a three-day 
holiday for no other purposes than pre-Lenten revelry? Only in 
New Orleans. 

Bourbon Street, Audubon Park and Lake Ponchatrain— these 
are a few of the things that make living in the city so enjoyable; 
a few of the reasons why the Loyola student is glad he is where 
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Dorms: 

Home and More 

Perhaps the greatest challenge for stu- 
dents entering college is adjusting to 
dorm life. They are no longer confined 
within the family circle, but are now a 
part of a larger family. Whether they 
adapt quickly or slowly, they are highly 
rewarded in the end. No matter if it 
is a card game or a bull session, there 
is always something happening. There 
are occasional tensions which do arise, 
but if overcome, something more than 
a college degree can be gained. 




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Athletics: 

Enthusiasm and Participation 

Over the years Loyola has set its own traditions in almost 
every aspect of college life, with no exception made to 
athletics. The student body displays its pride and desire 
for the various sports by its overwhelming enthusiasm 
and spirit. This pride is especially evident when a team 
combines its efforts to work as a whole. Aside from a 
player's self pride, the team realizes victory to be a prod- 
uct of group participation. Behind every team stands 
the student body, whose presence and support is the 
essence of any game. From the Inter-collegiate to the 
Intramural league games, an overall enthusiasm prevails. 





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People: 

Lifeblood of Loyola 

The Loyola campus abounds with people. "Diversi- 
fied" might most aptly describe the university's stu- 
dents. They come from different parts of the world, 
have varying attitudes and beliefs as well as different 
backgrounds. 

For the truly aware Loyolan there comes the realiza- 
tion that this "diversity" affords one of his richest 
learning experiences. He learns from the fusion of 
minds and the experience of others. 

Although different, the people of Loyola are united 
under the common goal— the quest for intellectual 
advancement. It is the people of Loyola who make 
campus life so meaningful. 



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A Loyolan's Goal: 

Discovery and Self-Expansion 

No matter how many differences Loyola's students may 
embody, they all have come to the university for the same 
purpose. Their common goal is the attainment of higher 
knowledge. 

For this is Loyola's principal function and one it performs 
effectually— the providing of methods by which its students 
may go through a process of self-expansion. 

The true student looks for knowledge in all available 
places: textbooks, class rooms and a crowded library. Once 
finding it he assimilates it with his past learning and emerges 
a wiser person. 




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Friends, Faces, 
Self-Improvement and 

Self-Discovery: 
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So It Is Recorded 

In keeping with the tradition of all yearbooks, to bring 
to mind the past year, and in keeping with the spirit of 
'67-68, let it be recorded that: 

A new freshman class invaded Loyola, notable for their 
lack of socks, their short skirts, and prodigious consump- 
tion of alcohol (and subsequent inability to hold it). 

The new semester system effected many changes, 
although the two weeks tacked on to Christmas vacation 
never materialized. Five papers and six quizzes in two 
weeks were the norm. Also, one dean ordered strict en- 
forcement of cut regulations, leaving no time for the 
outside reading so popular with the faculty. 

The Rent-a-Cops returned, with shiny silver whistles 
added to their James Bond bag of tricks. They were 
called on to defend faculty parking spaces, leaving only 
token parking for students under the new laws. 

The Dean of Women held her annual closed confer- 
ence, and surprised "her girls" with 87 dictums for the 
"respectable" college coed. Budding Towers seemed more 
penitential than palatial. 

The Snack Bar became the meeting place for the fac- 
ulty flower children, and beards flourished on campus. 
Students were indistinguishable from faculty, and the 
administration could only sit back and watch under the 
new "relaxed" dress rules. What else could they do when 
the teachers had longer hair than most of their students 
(including girls)? 

Saga met growing unrest by calling in a troubleshooter, 
who caused more trouble than he shot. Plastic cups re- 
placed the china ones, ending the "what will I find in 
my coffee today" game. Unfortunately, the coffee (?) 
remained the same; 

In the continuing Campaign for Excellence, a new tra- 
dition was being established— a yearly tuition raise. Prom- 
ised improvements were awaited— and awaited. The Beer 
Parlor became a reality, but the student monicker "The 
Bomb Shelter" was abandoned by some humorless official. 

It all happened. Forget it if you can. Remember it if 
you will. That's how it was, Loyola 1967-68. 




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Confusion Greets 
In- Coming Freshman 

Moving day confusion, long lines and crowded 
elevators— these were the first things that greeted 
the incoming Freshman class. Amid the confusion 
of footlockers and coat hangers, the students be- 
gan relocating themselves in their new home away 
from home. 

Once clothes were hung and suitcases stored 
away, the process of becoming a college student 
began. 




Orientation Introduces Frosh 




Upper left: Kathi Kernan concentrates on her theology placement 
test, a first this year. Upper right; Journalism students listen 
attentively at their pre-registration briefing. Above: Mme. Heller 
engages in an entertaining conversation with her French students 



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To College Life 



Below: Fr. Jolley welcomes freshmen and parents at 
the President's Reception. Right: Danny Phillips re- 
cruits for Pershing Rifles 




Above; Academic Vice-president John Christman 
speaks at Freshman Orientation. R;'ghf: Three fresh- 
man coeds join in the Book Store Treasure Hunt 



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Registration: 

Mass Confusion and Mixed-up Schedules 



Left: Student 583965 waits for her IBM registration forms. 
Below: Miss Vanderhaar seems to have found the only 
solution 




Right: Even four heads aren't enough to figure out 
registration forms. Above.- Margie Corbet seems 
tempted to bend, staple, and mutilate 



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Upper left: And the Finance line goes on. Upper right: Fr. 
Cohen commiserates with a befuddled student. Lower left; 
Some seek advisor's help; others only cry. Lower right: It was 
difficult to find a section that wasn't filled 




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Key and Seal: 

Important Moment for Coeds 




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Upper left: Celebrants enter Holy Name Church. 
Upper right: The Mass of the Holy Spirit was 
offered in concelebration. Lower right: In cap 
and gown for first time, seniors head towards 
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In Memoriam 



The Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., Loyola President 1952-61, 
died September 2 in El Paso, Texas at the age of 57. 

Under Fr. Donnelly's administration, station WWL-TV was estab- 
lished and the Field House was completed. Fr. Donnelly initiated the 
forerunner of the present Campaign for Excellence, the Program for 
Progress, which began construction of Biever Hall and Danna Center 
and changed Loyola from a commuter college to a diversified uni- 
versity. 

He was a man among men ... a Southern gentleman, a capable 
administrator, a good priest, a friend. 

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Sorority Rush: 



Upper left: The Tri Sigma emblem shines brightly 
at their formal tea. Upper right: Rush seems to be 
as hard on Miss Parrino as on the girls, tower right: 
The Theta Phi's warble their annual tear-jerker 





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From Songs to Sisters 




Upper left: Cowgirl Sarah Almon Talks to rushees about 
KBG. Upper right: Rushees enjoy mint julips at Tri Sig's 
formal tea. Lower left: An angelic Janie Maher leads Theta 
Phi in song. Lower middle: A rushee listens attentively 
at Theta Phi's formal tea. Lower right: Master mixer Jean 
Prat tests her Bloody Mary's 




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Fraternity Rush: 




Upper left: Jay Taylor shows SAK scrapbooks to prospective members. Upper right: Father Carter 
talks with guests at UBL's formal. Lower left: The brothers of UBL congratulate a pledge on 
signing his bid. Lower right: Father Saa and Les Gueydan speak with a rushee at PKT's beer stag. 



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From Beer to Brotherhood 




Upper left: Rick Frey puts "the word" on a rushee at the Beggars' beer stag. Upper right: Chris Chlon talks easily with rushees at the 
ADG rush formal. Boffom: Hilarious moments were part of the gaiety at the UBL rush formal. 



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Football Gives New Look 
To Homecoming 




Top: Wolfetts add to the spirit of Homecoming. Far right: A large crowd turned 
out to cheer the Pack. Above: Campus Queen Cheri Weil is presented at Alumni 
Ba'l, 



Top: Students and faculty alike enjoyed the alumni cocktail 
party. Right: Larry Maloney "beats the drum" for Loyola, far 
right: An exciting game ended in victory. Bottom: Cathy Rush- 
ing puts finishing touches on the Freshman Banner. 





Theta Phi, UBL Win 
Homecoming Competition 




Top left: Arthur Mann "stuffs" Beggars-Tri Phi display. Top right: "Cage, 
Cook, and Crumble" was the fate threatened for LSUNO in UBL and 
Theta Phi's prize winning display. Above: PKT and KBG suggested "Plank 
the Privateers." Left: Beggars and Tri Phi hint of a Privateer lunch in 
their display "Wolf 'Em Down." 



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Left: UBL and Theta Phi strengthen the construction 
of their display. Below: ADG and Tri Sig presented 
this front-page story of LSUNO's fate. 



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"Whale the Privateers." 



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On stage Talent Night is only the last step in months 
of work, enthusiasm, depression and accomplishment. 
Backstage are numerous workers; beyond the foot- 
lights is an expectant audience,- on stage the per- 
formers suddenly come alive after the long, sleepless 
night of rehearsal. And at the end come the winners 
and near-winners— the jubilant or disheartened con- 
testants who made Talent Night 1 967. 



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Talent Night competition. Left: The Colledge Twins 
entertain with folk songs. Above: Mike Luther 
keeps a serious face during his comedy routine. 








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The Winners 



Right: Madame Butterbird 
points out to Lotus Blossom 
the need for a husband in 
UBL's skit. Below: UBLs in the 
ecstasy of victory. 




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Upper left: Music School's Marijuana Brass with their 1st place banner in group competition. 

Upper right: Ray Fransen wins individual competition with his drum solo "Sing, Sing, Sing." 

Above: Upsilon Beta Lambda fraternity displays their 1st place banner in variety competition 
for "Madame Butterbird." 




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Top: Tom Wright passes out campaign literature. Far right: Hmm, 
which one am I against the least? Above: A windblown coed is 
confronted by Freshman candidates. Right: Sometimes a lot of 
consulting goes on before the final ballots are cast. 



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Left: Kevin O'Shea and Bob Marshall try to con- 
vince the voters, tower left: Connie Mansour 
makes her choice for the Homecoming Court. 
Boffom.- Bobby Dupont consults with campaign- 
ers before an election meeting. 




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New Loyola Theater 




Upper left: "Picnic" directors Phil Deloney and Carroll Durand 
during rehearsal. Upper right: Ronnie Petitjean prepares to 
open the curtain. Lower left: Roseanne Colletti gets ready 
for the Big Moment. Lower right: A scene from "Picnic." 



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Upper: A dramatic scene from "House of Bernarda Alba." tower left: Elaine Green and Barney Fortier 
in a scene from "Picnic." Lower right: A member of the make-up crew busily at work. 



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Teachers and Testing: All Part of 




Upper left: Sister Lucia elaborates on a point after a 
night class. Above: Jeanie Patterson gets a profes- 
sional opinion from her instructor. Leff: Even pro- 
fessors have querulous moments. 



Above: Microscopic bacteria are the 
basis of this serious discussion. Right: 
Medical students dissect a cat in an- 
ticipation of their future profession. 




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Student Life 




Upper left: Mary Kelly deliberates. Upper right: Some students 
assume the casual attitude while taking exams. Left: Bowed heads 
and depressed looks can only mean final exams. Above: This stu- 
dent uses many "eyes" to accomplish his research. 



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Student Council 

Under the forward leadership of President Tom 
Wright, this year's Student Council took drastic 
steps in programming, organization and student 
rights. 

Moving into new offices in the basement of 
the Danna Center, the Council put its many 
ideas into practice. They made it possible for 
students to be represented on the university 
committees and to have a voice in the decisions 
that were made. All this was a forerunner of the 
students rights committee which was set up to 
investigate the possibilities of more student 
activity in all phases of campus life. 





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Council Works for 




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sapproving council members consider the problem at hand. Top right: Billy Guste 
point. Above: Treasurer Mike McConnell discusses financial matters with Charlie 
Bottom right: Some council meetings are a little less than interesting. 



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Below: Charles Magarahan and Janis Thomas wait for the meeting to begin. Right: Student 
Council members compare notes after a meeting. 







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Discussion and Decision 
For a Better Loyola 



Below: Vice-President Tom White argues a point at council meeting. Right. 
Benny Bagert, President of Law School, tells it like it is. 




Above: Council members confer before meeting 



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Left: Mary Fiser waits to be recognized at a council meeting. Below. Charles Lancaster stores 
ideas in his notebook for future reference. 




Above; Bobby Dupont, President of A&S, 
submits a proposal. Right: Mary Fiser ex- 
plains a problem to Tom Wright. 



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Top: Wednesday deadlines call for a concentrated effort of all the 
staff. Above; Editor Ferrell Guillory barks out commands from his 
cluttered desk. 



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Top: Sheryl Butler explains a problem to fledgling reporters, 
tower left: Brent Manley ponders an assignment. Lower right: 
Dwight Ott and Bob Marshall discuss an editing problem. 




Maroon Staffers 




Upper left: Bonnie AAatetich and Ed Anderson check the paper 
for typographical errors. Upper right: At Simmons press, 
Ferrell Guillory reads over ihe paper for the last time. Lower 
left: Reporter Mary Goss Pablo checks over her story. Lower 
right: First semester business manager Mike Lange talks to 
successor Rick Frey. 



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Learn by Doing 




Top left: Susan Michie maintains her cool despite the \ 
problems around her. Top right: Desk editor Brent Manley 
studies a thorny problem. Bottom: Bonnie Matetich at- 
tacks her assignment with great vigor. 



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Maroon Reports 




Top left: Hilda Dore whips out last-minute copy. Top right: Managing 
Editor Ed Anderson explains to Mike Lange and Rudy Elder the intricacies 
of deadline editing. Left: Proofreading and rewriting duties are per- 
formed by Jim Maniaci and Cheryl Prestenback. 



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Campus Activities 



Left: Editor Ferrell Guillory worries over Maroon proofs with moderator John Cotter. Below: 
Reporter Sue Connors makes a contact for an interview story. Bottom left: The busy desk 
staff grinds out copy on a hectic Wednesday afternoon. Bottom right: Steve Vakas finds 
typing skill a must in the newspaper profession. 




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The WOLF 



Left: Marsha Tacon, Assistant to the Editor, works with 
Editor John Wiemann to complete a layout. Below: Mary 
Kathryn Wicker works at alphabetizing class pictures. Boffom: 
Danny Phillips, Rick Lind, and Peter Perea prepare the ROTC 
section. 




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Upper left: Ed Curda and Diane Donovan prepare to shoot organization pictures. Upper right: Patty Rubiano and Barbara Georges 
draw triplicates. Bottom left: Mary O'Loughlin wonders if she will ever finish writing cutlines. Bottom right: Paul Muncey, Greek 
Editor, works on one of his pages. 



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Yearbook Offers Pictorial 




Top left: Photography Editor Ed Curda sends Bill Hunter out on an assignment. Top right: Favorites 
Editor Mary Fiser shows her selections to Assistant Editor Karla Vulliet. Bottom left: Patty Rubiano and 
Barbara Georges get cropping hints from Mr. White. Bottom right: Elaine Kolp and Bob Marshall work 
at writing cutiines. 



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History of Loyola 




Upper left: Organizations Editor Diane Donovan arranges pictures for her 
section. Upper right: John Wiemann clears up a point with Kathi Kernan. 
Lower left: Sports Editor Guy Labatut and Bob Marshall talk over plans 
for the sports section, tower right: Editor John Wiemann talks over year- 
book problems with Mr. White, moderator. 



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Top: The communications staff "off the air." Left: DJ checks the teletype before a news 
broadcast. Above: Staff members combine their efforts to put on a good show. 



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W-O-L-F Entertains Campus Residents 



Left: Tony Lopez prepares the turntable for the next "spin." 
Be/ow: Larry Zani reads the sportscast to WOLF listeners. Lower 
ft: John Gil Ion does a preliminary job of sorting records. 
Lower right: Program director Jeff Sinclair and DJ Richard 
Sackett consult with WOLF faculty advisor Paul Doll. 




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Union Increases Student Activities 



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Top: Student Union President Skip White keeps tab on daily activities. Above left: Public Rela- 
tions Chairman Sheryl Butler awards Bob Marshal! his "Night to Remember." Above right: 
Kathy Sullivan shows some Loyola grads what hospitality really means. Left: Board members 
Judy Taaffe, Arthur Mann and Sheryl Butler consider possible new programs. 




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Upper left: Chairmen Jack Clabeau, Michael Morgan and Ed Mattingly find board meetings can have a lighter side. Upper 
right: Union Week brings displays and a drive for membership. Above: The Dance and Entertainment Committee offers 
something for everyone. 



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Inter-American Center 




Upper left: Mike Conroy leads a seminar discussion. Upper right: Two partici- 
pants from the Dominican Republic show off their flag. Above: Seminars are 
often fun as well as instructive. Right: Constantino Ghini, IAC executive di- 
rector, gives a brief lesson in Central American geography. 



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Trains Latin Leaders, Educators 

Since its founding in June of 1964 by Rev. Louis J. Twomey, S.J., the Inter-American Center has 
welcomed more than 590 rural and civic leaders, educators, and welfare workers from Central 
America to participate in its seminar program. The IAC, the only one of its kind in the United 
States, operates under the auspices of the Agency for International Development (AID) and the 
Alliance for Progress. Its method of training Latin leaders in education and leadership techniques 
pioneered in the training area AID now emphasizes, and has merited high praise from govern- 
ment officials, including numerous citations in the Congressional Record. 

This year, nearly 200 participants graduated from the six-week program and turned to their 
respective countries better equipped to continue their fight against poverty, disease and ignor- 
ance. Eventually, their efforts, bolstered by IAC training, can only result in a stronger and more 
progressive Latin America. 





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Top: IAC participants evaluate the week's seminars at a round table. Above: Mr. Thomas Cloar, 
Operation Upgrade worker, instructs participants in the Laubach literacy education method. Right: 
Students listen intently to a teaching technique seminar. 




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Dorms Form 
Part of Life 




Upper left: Roseanne Colletti welcomes a guest at Buddig Hall's open house. Upper right: Mail from 
home (or anywhere) is much-anticipated but seldom-received. Above: Danny Fresquez finds the 
guitar an enjoyable pastime to fill free hours in the dorm. Right: Terry Tracy makes use of the numerous 
mirrors in Buddig Hall to put finishing touches on her hairdo before a date. 



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At Loyola 




Far right: Part of dorm life is doing things Mommy used to do. Above: 
Long hours of conscientious study fill the evenings In Biever Hall. Above 
right: This boy has the right idea— the oniy way to stomach SAGA's 
food is to NOT look at what you're eating. Right: Susan Wheeler makes 
use of some of the dorm's many facilities to keep her blond locks 
in beautiful condition. 



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Parties : Relief From 




Upper left: Students dropped their inhibitions for the Homecoming street dance. Upper right: Homecoming crowds forced 
revellers onto the patio. Above left: A crowded TGIF. Above right: Jeanie Patterson "works it out." Far right: Dorm girls 
"carol" at their Halloween party. 



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Loyola : A Way of Life 




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Upper left: "Now what else was on the 
test?" Upper right: Evening Division students 
sip a cup of coffee after a long day of work 
and study. Above: Daydreaming is not un- 
usual for most students. Right: A bleak day 
somehow warns of the classes ahead. 




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Loyolans 
Abroad 




Loyola offers a summer of rich experiences to those 
students who choose to study and travel in Mexico 
or Europe. 

Father Bernard Tonnar, Director of Foreign Studies, 
directs the selection and placement of Loyola students 
in new and interesting environments. 

Opportunities for additional travel and contact with 
people of different nationalities always accompany 
students traveling with the Loyola summer programs. 



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Spring Brings Change in People, Campus 




Left: The crane rises as the 
science complex gets under 
way. Below. The bare begin- 
nings of the science complex. 




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This Was The Year. 




Upper left: . . . THAT everyone found something to laugh about at Loyola 
Sgt. Truss seemed to reflect the "alcohol attitude" of the campus. Above: 
chiatrist Victor Frankl came to tell students how to find meaning in life. Right: 
the highlight of homecoming activities. 



Upper right: . . . THAT 
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Upper left: . . . THAT short skirts reigned supreme. Upper right: . . . THAT 
the WOLF PUB opened to offer solace to the hard-working student. 
Above left: . . . THAT beards became a common thing with faculty and 
students alike. Upper right: . . . THAT girls were subtly conscious of leap 
year. Left: . . . THAT students picketed in protest of President Somoza, 
Nicaraguan dictator. 



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DIANE TERRITO 
President 



Zeta of 



Kappa Beta Gamma 



Zeta Chapter of Kappa Beta Gamma national social sorority took in 
eight new members during their seventh year on the Loyola cam- 
pus. 

Athletically the sisters excelled as they took part in all intramurals 
and won first place in bowling and softball. 

Active in many other fields, Kappa Beta Gamma worked with 
PKT fraternity to create the "Plank the Pirates" Homecoming dis- 
play on Freret Street. 

Several date parties were sponsored by the sisters during the 
year in addition to their winter and spring formats. Houseparties 
in Biloxi were a big part of spring activities. 

At Mardi Gras time, KBG opened their Kappa Kitchen to the 
city's revellers. Located in the French Quarter, the concession 
stand is an annual money-raising project for the sisters. 



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Above: Diane Territo begins the enormous job 
of stuffing the Homecoming display. Top right: 
KBG entered this float in powderpuff compe- 
tition. Right: Rush week was a busy time. 



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Almon, Sarah 
Braud, Ellen 
Cambeilh, Sandy 



Colonel, Michele 
Czosnek, Kathleen 
FiegenschOe, Jan 



Garner, Pat 
Giangrosso, Pat 
Hall, Kathleen 



Holmes, Gwendolyn 
Kinsella, Karen 
McBride, Lynette 



Meisner, Kathryn 
Morgan, Josie 
Morrison, Oopie 



Peltier, Pat 
Petitjean, Sylvia 
Prenger, Merlene 



Rayhawk, Kathleen 




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Phi Phi Phi 



CHARLOTTE JOINT 
President 



The sisters of Phi Phi Phi social sorority celebrated their tenth 
year anniversary on campus this year. A dessert party with 
alumni and members was held in the spring. 

Taking thirty-one new members into their ranks, Tri Phi 
began the year with the annual Broomstick Brawl at Hallo- 
ween. Winter and spring formals highlighted social activities 
for the girls of the green and white. In February the sisters 
held their annual "Gay 90's Soiree" at Your Father's Mustache 
in New Orleans' famous French Quarter. 

Working with Beggars fraternity, the sorority built the 
homecoming display "Wolf 'Em Down" on Freret St. 

Talent Night found the sisters working together to present 
"Fat Girl" in variety competition. 




Left: Rosemary Lambie prepares Tri-Phi's Homecoming display. Above right: 
Tri-Phi practices for their Talent Night entry, "Fat Girl." Below right: Tri-Phi pledges 
cheer on their teammates at the intramural swim meet. 



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Baron, Judy 
Carriere, Maureen 
Chamberlin, Marilee 
Charbonnet, Suzanne 
Chapman, Connie 
Childress, Martha 
Cochran, Cathy 
Cosgrove, Darnell 



Crouere, Kay 
Danowitz, Joan 
Danowitz, Mary Ann 
Doyle, Cheryl 
Fremaux, Judith 
Gallagher, Susan 
Gamard, Lulu 
Gayhartt, Mary Anne 



Henderson, Sandy 
Hughes, Anne 
Kelly, Mary 
Lacourrege, Rochelle 
Lambie, Rosemary 
Lawson, Candy 
Lemarie, Janetanne 
McFaull, Joann 



McGoey, Peggy 
McNamara, Pat 
Matetich, Bonnie 
Mathews, Nena 
Mumrne, Peggy 
Nolan, Mary 
O'Dwyer, Maureen 
Pardo, Betty 



Pearse, Christie 
Philips, Penny 
Randall, Randy 
Richard, Karen 
Schoen, Susan 
Sewell, Hope 
Shea, Nancy 
Stephens, Donna 



Sullivan, Kathy 
Taaffe, Judy 
Tesi, Cher! 
TrapoMn, Pat 
Troendle, Cheryl 
Vance, Mary Lee 
Villere, Mitzie 
Waechter, Karen 



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Gamma Eta of 

Sigma 
Sigma 
Sigma 



SUE HRAPMANN 
President 



Sigma Sigma Sigma national social sorority is the oldest so- 
rority on campus having begun 18 years ago as BAE and 
changing to the Gamma Eta chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma 
in 1962. 

This year the sisters of Tri Sig welcomed 31 new mem- 
bers into their ranks. A series of monthly parties and the 
winter and spring formals kept the sisters busy socially. 

The sisters took second place in the annual Blue Key 
Talent Night with the skit "Happiness is Going To College," 
and teamed up with Alpha Delta Gamma fraternity in the 
Homecoming Display "Pack Pounds Pirates." 

The annual charity banquet and bingo which Tri Sigma 
sponsors provide funds for the operation and maintenance 
of the Crippled Children's Wing of the North Carolina Me- 
morial Hospital at Chapel Hill. This is a major charity project 
of all 67 Tri Sigma chapters. 




Left: Ann Bauer pins a name tag on Mary 
Decoteau at one of the rush parties. Right: 
The Tri Sigs at dress rehearsal. 







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Moderator 
Barre. Mary Ann 
Baudier, Linda 
Bauer, Ann 
Bloemer, Cathy 
Bono, Joan 
Brown, Charlotte 
Carrico, Sandra 
Cicero, Maureen 



Clubb, Muffy 
David, Janie 
Decoteau, Mary 
Denoux, Gwen 
Develle, Jocelyn 
Diebold, MaryAnne 
Dimarzio, Linda 
Ehret, Mary 
Faggioni, Diane 



Favaloro, Marybeth 
Fey, June 
Fischer, Charlotte 
Fontenelle, Michele 
Fucich, Mary 
Greco, Anita 
GrisoN, Annette 
Gross, Jane 
Hedrick, Eileen 



Ipser, Susan 
Jones, Jill 
Lanasa, Carol 
Laughlin, Vivian 
LeNormand, Carole 
Louapre, Margaret 
McMahon, Eileen 
McNeill, Ann 
Mollere, Judith 



Moran, Charlene 
Mouras, Joan 
Naumann, Kay 
Nugent, Patricia 
O'Kane, Patti 
Paternostro, Gail 
Perrone, Pamela 
Perrone, Paulette 
Prather, Susan 



Raspanti, llene 
Roques, Jeanne 
Rotolo, Linda 
Rotolo, Patricia 
Ryan, Jane 
Schoen, Ellen 
Serio, Margaret 
Sullivan, Karen 
Sykes, Eileen 




Taliacich, Joellen 
Valenza, Loretta 
Villarrubia, Jan 
Weaver, Ann 
Wright, Pamela 
Zajac, Cindy 



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Alpha Beta of 



Theta Phi Alpha 



JANIE MAHER 
President 



Theta Phi Alpha national social sorority took twenty-nine 
new members into its ranks during its eighth year on the 
Loyola campus. 

Beginning the year with their traditional September 
Send-Off Dance, the sisters then proceeded to capture first 
place in Homecoming competition. Teamed with UBL fra- 
ternity, they built the animated "Cage, Cook and Crumble 
the Privateers" display on St. Charles Avenue. 

Academically the sisters excelled by capturing the Uni- 
versity Scholastic Award for sororities. They also won the 
All-Sports Trophy and participated in all intramural sports. 

Theta Phi held its annual Orphan's Picnic in Audubon 
Park in the spring. 

Theta Phi's Winter and White Rose formals highlighted 
social activities along with houseparties on the Gulf coast. 





Top left: Beth Treuting is "caged" in the Homecoming display. Top right: Karla 
Vulliet takes her job of stuffing the wolf's tail seriously. Above: Anne Higgins pre- 
pares TPA pledges for informal. Right: 2nd semester pledges were Terry Tracy, 
Debbie Kindred, Susan Wheeler, Mary O'Loughlin and Peggy Murray. 



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Trabulsi, Judy 
Treuting, Beth 
Vitter, Tootie 
Ward, Kathy 
Yared, Mary Lou 
Zimorski, Ann 



Poche, Louis SJ. 

Moderator 
Amato, Margaret 
Ballina, Bibbins 
Batinich, Mary 
Bell, Jeanne 
Caire, Betsy 
Dasta, Margi 



David, Diane 
DeGiuli, Judy 
DelGallo, Genevieve 
Dore, Hilda 
Ferrara, Beryl 
Fitzpatrick, Lynn 
Garcia, Bonnie 



Gaudet, Jeri 
Gay, Leslie 
Gn'nnan, Cathy 
Higgins, Elise 
Hinckley, Bunny 
Horil, Lindalee 
Korner, Hilda 



Lafleur, Janis 
Landry, Judy 
LeBon, Suzanne 
Leftwich, Kerry 
Levy, Diane 
Macina, Pam 
Mansour, Connie 



Michel, Jane 
Mouledous, Marlene 
Overman, Suzanne 
Polizzi, Fran 
Poulard, May Ann 
Prat, Jean 
Sarrat, Janice 



Simms, Charlotte 
Singer, Carol 
Smart, Janet 
Springstead, Cathy 
Stehle, Janet 
Strekfus, Lily 
Thomas, Janice 



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Row 1, I to r, Mary Beth Favalora, Pat Peltier, Kathy Sullivan, Vicki Vauthier, Carolyn Bereznak, Charlotte Joint. Row 2, I to 
Mary Ann Danowitz, Linda Baudier, Diane Territo, Janie Maher, Sue Hrappmann. 



Cathy Springstead, Sara Almon, 



Women's Pan-Hellenic Council 



Officers 



President Vicki Vauthier 

Recording Secretary Kathy Sullivan 

Corresponding Secretary Pat Peltier 

Treasurer Carolyn Bereznak 

Moderator Miss Rosalie Parrino 



Representatives elected by the sororities serve on the 
Women's Pan-Hellenic Council. Their aim is to coordi- 
nate and increase cooperation between the four so- 
rorities. 

The Council meets weekly in order to discuss such 
mutual points of interest as rush and coordinating 
services performed for the University and the com- 
munity. The Council also serves as a liaison for any 
grievances which may occur between the social so- 
rorities or the school administration. 



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Inter-Fraternity Council 



Officers 

President Bernie Phebus 

Vice-President Ed Lahey 

Secretary Mike Crow 

Treasurer Charlie Grey 

Sgt. at Arms Rene Louapre 

Moderator Mr. Robert Sabolyk 



Coordinating and uniting the fraternity 
community is the goal of the Inter-Frater- 
nity Council. Representatives from each of 
the five fraternities on the Loyola campus 
work together to serve Loyola and the 
brotherhoods. 

The IFC encourages academic excel- 
lence by presenting an award to the fra- 
ternity with the highest academic average 
for the year. It solves disciplinary problems 
and rules on rush. 

Moderator of the IFC is Dean of Men 
Robert Sabolyk, who sits with the mod- 
erators, presidents, and vice-presidents of 
the respective fraternities. 



First row: Rene Louapre, Bernie Phebus, Charlie Grey, Ed Lahey. Second row: Mark Bonis, Brent West. 




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Upper left: Jeri Gaudet tells "Santa Claus" what she wants for Christmas at TPA's Christmas Party. 
Upper right: Hilda Korner and Kay Wolfe with rushee. Center: Tri Phi's rehearsing for their Talent Night 
skit, "Fat Girl", tower left: A Tri Sig prepares their Homecoming display. Lower right: Oopie Morrison 
talkes with rushees at KBG's rush party. 



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Fraternity 

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left: Danny Toppino talks to rushees at UBL's beer stag. Lower right: Larue Kohl at PKT's 
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Alpha Delta Gamma 



MICHAEL CROW 
President 



The Brothers of Alpha Delta Gamma national Catholic social 
fraternity spent an active thirty-fifth year on the Loyola campus. 

Working with Tri Sigma sorority, Alpha Delta Gamma built the 
"Pack Pound Pirates" display on St. Charles Avenue. They took 
part in all intramurals. Their spring formal was a highlight of 
spring activities, and they sponsored five days of parties in the old 
City Hall of New Orleans at Mardi Gras time. 

Charitable activities for the fraternity included entertaining the 
children at the Crippled Children's Hospital during pledge season. 




Left: Dave Powers and Kurt Sins work on ADG's homecoming decoration. Above: Ted Camp- 
bell and Kevin Keenan at the Rush Formal. Right: Bill Colledge broadjumping at the 
intramural Track Meet. 




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Abbrecht, Rick 
Adams, Theodore 
Bindley, Jim 



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Celano, Joe 
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Culotta, Ray 
Famularo, John 
Frank, John 







Funke, Mike 
Gebrian, Bob 
Geraghty, Barry 
Hampel, Gene 



Hymel, Pat 
Keating, Thomas 
Lobrano, Tom 
Mcllhaney, Doug 



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Meza, James 
Prieur, Elliot 
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President 



Beggars 



The Men of Beggars, the oldest fraternity at Loyola, celebrated 
their 45th anniversary on campus in conjunction with their spring 
formal at the Bourbon-Orleans. 

Highlighting their anniversary year, the Beggars won second 
place in Talent Night group competition. Their "Beggars Soul 
Review" presented the musical talents of the fraternity. 

Teamed with Tri Phi, the Beggars built a homecoming display 
entitled "Wolf 'Em Down." The colorful, animated decoration 
was erected in front of the Field House on Feret St. 



Father Pfister adds a finishing 
touch. 




Above: Beggars and Tri Phi work fur- 
iously to finish in time. Below: Mike 
Mazerall checks for cavities. 



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Moderator 
Arghiere, Bernie 
Baker, Hal 
Baxter, Rice 
Berrigan, Mark 



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Boehmer, Bill 
Buro, Ron 
Charbonnet, Billy 
Daniell, Ronald 
Dervaes, Jay 







Dooley, Bill 
Dorio, Richard 
Foley, Tim 
Frey, Rick 
Goodier, Glenn 



Gubler, Larry 
Kohl, Ron 
Jacques, Ken 
LeBon III, Lawrence 
Lowe, John 



Mann, Arthur 
Martin, Bob 
Mattingly, George 
Mazerall, Michael 
Nelson, Harry 




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Norris, Mike 
O'Dwyer, Rudolph 
Rhodes, Tom 
Seely, Donald 



Smith, Joe 
Stahel, Doug 
Uchello, Sammy 
Wakeman, Richard 
Walsh, Tom 



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RENE LOUPRE 
President 



Alpha Sigma of 



Phi Kappa Theta 



Thirty-two charter members were initiated in March of 1967 into 
the newest of the social fraternities on campus, the Alpha Sigma 
Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta National Catholic Fraternity. 

Phi Kappa Theta shares the same purposes and ideals as other 
social fraternities. It offers to the university man the advantages of 
living in an atmosphere where the theory and practice of the social 
amenities are encouraged. It is a melange of ostensible hetero- 
geneous individuals united in a unique, a common goal of pro- 
moting social and intellectual interchange among its members. 

The brothers participated in Homecoming activities this year. 
Together with KBG sorority they built the "Plank the Pirates" dis- 
play on Freret. 

In embarking within the past year upon a full slate of athletic, 
social, scholastic and civic events, the men of Phi Kappa Theta have 
made a place for themselves on the Loyola campus. 




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Top right: Lucien Dauterive talks to 
hungry rushees. 




Above: People crowd the bar at PKT's rush 
formal. Right: Walter Szczekocki laughs with 
a rushee at the beer stag. 




Saa, Orlando S. J. 

Moderator 
Bonis, Mark 
Cuccia, Richard 




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Dauterive, Lucien 
Delarosa, Eric 
Duplantier, Michael 



Gueydan, Les 
Guidry, Tom 
Larue, Roger 



Levy, Casey 
Longmire, John 
Mouras, Thomas 



Olson, Angus 
Sarrat, Ronnie 
Scheurmann, Dennis 



SMverio, Mark 
Strohmeyer, Donald 
Szozekocki, Walter 




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Sigma 
Alpha 
Kappa 



BERNIE PHEBUS 
President 



Sigma Alpha Kappa social fraternity celebrated its 45th anniversary 
on the Loyola campus with a round of social and athletic activities. 

Athletically, the brothers excelled by winning the wrestling 
tournament and capturing the All Sports Trophy. 

Annual theme parties, such as the Tom Jones party, the Luau 
and the Roman Party, kept the brothers busy socially along with 
picnics and their Sweetheart Formal in the spring. 

This year Sigma Alpha Kappa worked with the Freshman girls 
during Homecoming. Their "Whale the Privateers" display was 
constructed in the horseshoe on St. Charles Avenue. 




Top left: SAKs put finishing touches on their Homecoming display. 
Top right: Father Clancy with members and rushees at the beer stag. 
Above: The bar is a popular place at the SAK rush formal. Right: 
Stuffing the whale's tail was a tedious job for these workers. 



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Clancy, Thomas S.J. 

Moderator 
Amato, Jacob 
Aucoin, Lenny 
Bagert, Brod 
Barrios, Joseph 
Blasi, Thomas 
Bonner, Everett 
Brown, Ed 



Burst, Tim 
Caire, Steve 
Cashio, Andy 
Carlson, Don 
Caso, Juan 
Chicola, Jeff 
Cochran, Fletcher 
Cornell, Chris 



Dejean, Bob 
Desalvo, Frank 
Doherty, James 
Doherty, Pat 
Ducote, Wayne 
Epp, James 
Fernandez, Nestor 
Fitzgibbons, Ned 



Frommeyer, Bruce 
Guilbault, Mike 
Guste, Billy 
Harris, Doug 
Head, Robert 
Head, Robert Scudde 
Iglesias, Ray 
McArdle, Pat 
McGowagle, John 



Marino, Dick 
Morrison, Jack 
Nimer, Bobby 
Recoro, Paul 
Reed, Bruce 
Revet, Chuck 
Roudrich, Michael 
Salvaggio, Ronney 



Schafer, Edgar 
Shannon, Mike 
Stephens, John 
Strayhan, Harvey 
Taylor, Jake 
Taylor, Jay 
Uddo, Basile 
Waguespack, Ray 



Winters, Mike 
Woessner, Rudy 
Young, James 



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Upsilon Beta Lambda 



Upsilon Beta Lambda social fraternity accepted 19 members into 
its brotherhood during its 43rd year on campus. 

In keeping with its policy of helping the University and the 
community, Upsilon Beta Lambda sponsored its annual Orphan's 
Picnic. The fraternity was active in all intramurals and won the 
boxing tournament. 

The brothers won Talent Night variety competition with their 
original skit "Madame Butterball." Their colorful and animated 
Homecoming display won first place among Greek competition. 
Working with Theta Phi Alpha sorority, UBL built "Cage, Cook and 
Crumble the Privateers" on St. Charles Avenue. 

Socially the fraternity set the pace with their weekly parties, 
picnics and their annual Blue and Gold Formal. 





Top left: UBL's Bill Belsom and Brent West were matched in mural boxing. 
Top right: UBL garnered first place in Homecoming competition. Bottom left: 
Ed Lucas and Tom Tatum with rushees at UBL Beer Stag. Bottom right: Mike 
Laird and Jeff Sinclair act out winning Talent Night skit, "Madame Butter- 
ball." 





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Carter, James S. J. 

Moderator 
Anzelmo, Thomas 
Barone, Tom 
Bell, Dan 
Belsom, Bill 
Boos, Ed 
Brady, Allen 



Burke, Frank 
Castellon, Jose 
DeGange, Charles 
Dupiere, Walter 
Dupont, Bob 
Fraser, Steven 
Gordon, Rick 



Grace, Kit 
Head, Robert 
Heausler, Greg 
Huber, Bob 
Kanaly, George 
Kearns, John 
Klein, Robert 






Labatut, Guy 
Lagarde, Frank 
Laird, Mike 
Lasselgne, George 
LeBlanc, Larry 
Lucas, Ed 
Madonia, Tom 



Magarahan, Charlie 
Marasco, Bruno 
Meyer, Randy 
Morgan, Joe 
Muncey, Paul 
Richardson, Sheik 
Robinson, John 



Sinclair, Jeff 
Smith, Ben 
Steen, Clark 
Sutherland, Thomas 
Tatum, Tom 
Toppino, Daniel 
West, Brent 




Wiemann, John 
Woods, Robert 



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Alpha Delta Gamma 



From left to right: 
Tom Troendle 
Frank Ricca 
Jim McCartney 
Barry Hall 
Joe Olsen 
Craig Forshag 
Roy Douville 
Bob Mulligan 
Mario del Osso 
Frank Bacino 
Joe Graham 
Larry Roberts 
Bill Weaver 
Bob Dooley 
Paul Mondo 
J. D. Demaresr 
Wally Clark 



Beggars 



From left to right: 
Mike Murphy 
John Koval 
Joe Stephen 
Jack Schwarz 
Rob Snyder 
J. T. Thompson 
Tom Davisson 
Tom Fuegner 
Varney Prejean 
Pete Pavlov 
Phil Zyne 
Bob Mackay 
Clay Boan 
Mike Palmer 



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First Row: 
Randy Guste 
Doug Heintz 
Mike Thiel 
Louie Fournet 
Second Row: 
Jack Donner 
Vince Carrali 
Kevin Kelly 
Gary Hildebrandt 
Harry Gore 
Lloyd Thomas 
Steve Harris 
Cris Love 
Howie Hobbs 
Greg Granello 
Third Row: 
Dick Doyle 
Rick Caballero 
Bill Dohme 
Kim Zelley 
Jim Altamura 
Dave Russell 
Fernando Davila 
Al Bienvenu 




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irst Row: Allen Campbell, Rick Vale, Jim Deleo, Frank Fortunato, Phil Nuss, lorn Drake, Allen Boudreaox, Bill Coogan, Allen Hardin. 
Second Row: John Clark, Bob Marshall, Charlie Berg, Sal Giardina, Dick Burke, Harold Buckley, Rick Senac, Lloyd Frischhertz, Larry 
Stolieg, Blair Wolfe. Third Row: Mark Bigley, Jim LeBlanc, Kemp Huemann, Marvin Thames, Vic Carlock, Bruce Naccari, Al Spitali, 
Guy D'Antoni, Mike McGoey, Ken Ruello, Ken Smith, Ron Mora, Drakus Morvant. 



Pledge Classes -1968 



Kappa 
Theta 



Left to Right; Greg Blum, Tom Griffith, Vince O'Hara, Pete Flaherty, Warren Mouledoux, Kevin O'Shea, John Stacy, Kerry Camarota, Jim 
-lodge, Paul Parker, Rick Jones, Kevin Keenan, Tom Santelli, Clint Kusmich, Jim Gertken, Niel McCarthy, Larue Kohl, Ted Haeussner. 



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Military 




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Reserve Officers' Training Corps 



ROTC becomes a Thursday "way of life" 
for those male students who choose to un- 
dergo the rigors of military discipline. Au- 
dubon Park becomes a military playground 
each Thursday afternoon as the battalion 
has inspection and passes through its ma- 
neuvers and drills. This is the first year that 
ROTC is voluntary; a new and better spirit 
characterizes the new freedom of choice as 
the rifles click and the drums roll. 





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Weekly Drill 



Right: Pershing Rifles march to weekly drill. Below: Lt. Col. Warren Clark instructs 
cadet officers in aligning the drill field. Bottom: The solitude of the park is broken 
by the measured rhythm of drill. 




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Prepares Cadets For Military Life 




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Inspection 



Top: To inspecting officers weapons are never clean enough. Above: Cadet 
Lt. Eliot Prieur helps Tommy Anzelmo with his weapon. Right: A cadet puts 
the finishing touches on his shoes before inspection. 



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Sharpens Cadet Performance 




Above. 1 Cadets come to "port arms." Right: A cadet spruces 
up for inspection. 



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Pershing 
Rifles 



Right: Many hours of practice go into perfecting a routine. Be/ow leit: 
PR member Jeff Rae inspects Kerry Camarata during pledge season. 
Below right: PRs pride themselves on their military bearing. 




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Social Life Reveals Other Side of ROTC 



Right: Lieutenant Colonel Warren Clark displays his Military 
charm at the Ball. Below: A few peaceful moments at a 
Scabbard and Blade party. Bottom: Major Thomas Barham 
rocks out. 




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Little Colonel, Sponsors 
Add Beauty to Drill 






Upper left: Little Colonel Janie Maher. Upper right: Band sponsor, Donna Cusimano. Left: Pershing 
Rifle sponsor, Terry Tracy. 



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Upper left: Ranger sponsor, Cheryl Chauvin. Upper right: Com- 
pany D sponsor, Suzy Charbonnet. Right: Company A sponsor. 
Penny Childress. Above: Company B sponsor, Bery! Berrara. 



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Miss Wolf 

Lynn Fitzpatrick 



Miss Wolf is the ideal Loyola coed. She is active, 
friendly, loyal and studious. Lynn Fitzpatrick, 
Miss Wolf 1 968, is a math major from the Cres- 
cent City who has involved herself with Loyola 
and its people for four years. 

Lynn, holding a 3.6 cumulative average is a 
member of Theta Phi Alpha, Cardinal Key, the 
Student Union, Rho Phi Theta, and Delta Epsilon 
Sigma. This sweet and charming coed was 
named to Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities in her senior year. She has been a 
member of the Wolfettes, Lambda Sigma Lamb- 
da, the Women's Residence Council, and has 
been on the Dean's List for three years. 



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Campus Queen 



Cheri Weil 



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ola's loveliest coed, and the dark, striking beau- 
ty of Cheri Weil certainly proves she is well de- 
serving of the honor. This 5'7" native New Or- 
leanian is no newcomer to the Campus Beauty 
scene as she has been a Campus Maid and the 
Sweetheart of Alpha Delta Gamma. 

Cheri, a senior in Medical Technology, is in- 
terning this year at Touro Infirmary in the hos- 
pital's Chemistry Department. Although she is 
kept quite busy with her work, she has not 
ceased in taking part in a wide variety of cam- 
pus activity. She has been involved in such 
activities as the Student Union, Alpha Delta The- 
ta, the Women's Recreation Association and Phi 
Phi Phi Social Sorority. 




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Seared, left to right: Charlotte Simms, Cheri Weil, Janie Maher; Standing: Beryl Ferrara, Jeri Russell, Diane David, Suzi Charbonnet. 



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her classmates as well as the admira- 
tion of the University. A psychology 
major from Houston, Texas, Joanie 
is a 5'1" green-eyed brunette who 
loves Loyola and shows this feeling 
by her interest in the Wolfettes. She 
is truly a delightful example of the 
spirit so prevalent in this year's 
Freshman Class. 




Freshman Maid Ann Donnelly 



From left: Mary Beth Hastreiter, Joan Maroney, 1966-67 Sweetheart Beryl Ferrara, Kathy O'Keefe, 
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Beverly Brown 

Sweetheart 
Alpha Delta Gamma 



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Sweetheart 



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Favorites 



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Spring Intercollegiate 172 

Football Club 192 

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Left: Coach Ron Greene maps game strategy, tower left: Jim Jacko- 
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Left: Ernie Stover steals from a Catholic U. player. Lower left: 
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High Scoring Highlights Season 




Top: Dan Bell and Bill Waiters close in on an Oklahoma City 
player. Bottom left: Charlie Powell going up for two. Borfom 
right: Glenn Goodier has a shot blocked by an Air Force 
defender. 



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Above: Coach Greene points out mistakes at 
half. Right: Waiters gets two. Far right: Tom 
Sutherland goes over a Catholic U. player 
for a basket. 



Basketball 




Top left: Tom Sutherland gains an inch 
and two points against Texas Tech. Above: 
Ernie Stover scoops up the ball in action 
against Catholic U. Right: Earl Butler fires 
to a teammate. 



Top: Bob Martin outjumps a Wolverine. Above: Walters goes up for a 
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Wolfpack Improves As 




Above left: Senior Jim Jackoniski pulls down a loose ball during the Oklahoma City game. Above right: 
Wolf Dan Bell tops Wolverine for two points. Below; Bill Waiters gains the opening tip-off for the 
Wolves against UWM. 



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Season Progresses 



Below: Senior Center Dan Bell and Junior Tom Sutherland 
cover an Oklahoma City sharpshooter. Right: Coach Ron 
Greene shouts instructions during a game. Be/ow left: Dan 
Bell amazes opponents here with a show of rare form. 
Be/ow right: Wolves gather during break. 




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Top left: Charlie Powell tries to stop an Oklahoma City eager from scoring as Ernie Stover gives 
his encouragement. Top right: Two Wolves corner a Wolverine in a late season meeting with UWM at 
the Field House. Above: Refs! Right: Mike Mazerall goes up for two against Oklahoma City. 




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Left: Ernie Stover and Bill O'Brien give Bill Waiters an extra 
lift in action against UWAA. Bottom left: UWM attempts a fast 
break against a full court press by the Wolves. Below: Wolf 
Trainer Tiny Tunis watches anxiously as the Wolves go into 
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Teamwork Is Key 




Far left: Confusion under the basket. Left: 
Ernie Stover foils a Wisconsin scoring 
effort. Below: Ernie Stover and three Spring 
Hill Badgers hunt for a temporarily lost 
ball. 



Above; Glenn Goodier, Dan Bell and Ernie Stover fight for possession 
with three Oklahoma City opponents. Right: Tom Sutherland finds the 
going rough as Oklahoma City applies a full-court press. 




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to Loyola Success 




Left: Trainer Tiny Tunis tapes Dan Bell together prior to a game. 
Below: Glenn Goodier sends a precision jump shot on its way 
against Oklahoma City. Lower left: Bill O'Brien, Ernie Stover, Dan Bell 
and Tom Sutherland gang up on a Wisconsin shooter to stop a 
field goal attempt. 




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Charlie Powell Breaks Single Season 



Left: "Chargin' Charlie" Powell drives past an ineffective Wisconsin defender for a layup. 
Below: Charlie towels the sweat off during a time out; Coach Ron Greene gives words of 
encouragement. Bottom left: Charlie pops a jump shot for two despite an Air Force block 
attempt. Boffom right: Four Texas Tech defenders are no match for Charlie as he ducks in 
for a layup. 




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Scoring Record 



Charlie Powell jumped, popped and dribbled his way into the 
Loyola record books this season with an all-around great effort. 
Charlie has now scored more points in a single season than 
any previous Wolf. Not only is Charlie a scorer, but his team 
hustle has led the pack to many victories. 





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Wolfpups 



The Wolfpups for 1967-'68 have 
given many L.U. supporters a new 
lease on life. They are young, ex- 
citing, and dedicated, and are bound 
to breathe new life into the sagging 
Loyola spirit. 



Below: The 1967-68 Wolfpups are: Kneeling: 
Warren Milbrandt, Stepney Johnson, Al Jackson, 
and John Shannon. Standing: Royce McDougall, 
Mark Trosclair, Jim La Porte, Bill Mares, and Al 
Weddle, Coach. 




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Left: Stepney Johnson sinks in two for the Wolf pups 
during action against Meyers. Above: Coach Weddle gives 
last second instructions to one of the 'Pup stars, Mark Tros- 
claire. Below: Bill Mares takes a feed from Jim La Porte 
and is on his way in for another two points against Meyers. 




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Pups Sport Winning Season 



Right: A! Jackson adds to the effort against Meyers A.C. 
as he pushes home two more for the 'Pups. Far Right: 
Stepney Johnson adds his share to the score with this 
powerful jump. Be/ow: Teammate Royce MacDougal 
watches as Johnson hits for two more. Be/ow right: 
Al Jackson displays the spirit and aggressiveness that 
typifies the Wolfpups. 





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Baseball 



Coach "Rags" Scheuermann will 
enter his tenth year as head 
coach of the Wolf Pack and will 
be trying to rebound from Loy- 
ola's first losing season since 
World War II. The Pack will mix 
youth and experience and test 
this formula in the spring. 



Top left: Junior Jerry Brechtel fires one home. Top right: Coach "Rags" Scheuermann delivers a pre-game pep talk. 
Above: The 1968 Wolf pitchers stand around their receivers. Far right: First baseman cuts off the runner. Right: 
Freshman Gary Bono receives his tools from manager Gary Pelleteri. 



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1968 




Left: Wolf infielders Ray Cullotta, Chuck Abadie, Vic Hughes, Connie 
Ryan and Vic Carlock. Be/ow left: Ray Cullotta starts for first after 
connecting for a hit. Below right: Ray Cullotta and a first-baseman as- 
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Pack Hopes 



Above: Wolfpack tri-captains Cullotta, Hughes and Maestri pose 
with Coach Scheuermann and Dean Sabolyk, Athletic Director. Left 
Trainer Tiny Tunis helps Vicki Hughes get in shape. Below: Ray 
Cullota in action during game in Baton Rouge. 



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to Rebound From Losing Season 




Left: Pitcher Argo Meza delivers. Below: Loyola outfielders for '68 are 
Glenn Balsamo, Robin Maginnis, Rick Caballero and Frank Fortunato. 
Bottom: Ray Cullota races for home against Spring Hill. 



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Above: Robin Maginnis tags an opposing runner at his first base position. 
Left: Rags Scheuermann gives Connie Ryan some advice on third during 
the TCU game. 8e/ow: Dust flies as a Loyola base runner steals second. 




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Right: Vic Carlock tags first a split second before 
a hard-charging runner. Be/ow: Argo Meza watches 
the game from the dugout. Middle right: Wolfpack 
reserves include Mike Luther, John Bordes, Howard 
Newman, Dave Liuzza, and Chip Knobloch. Lower 
right: An SMU Mustang scores. 





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Above; Loyola pitcher bears down on an LSU batter. 
Right: Ray Culotta beats the throw to first. 




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Above: Jim White watches as his five iron approach finds its way to 
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.~V. The 1968 Wolfpack golf team are from the left, Coach Innes Millar 

111, Topper Owen, Mike Browning, Don Oster, Jim White, Mike 
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Above: Larry Maloney exhibits his back hand return. Right 
Tennis Coach AI Weddle. Below. The 1968 Tennis Team are 
Kneeling; Cris Love, William Sweeney, Greg Sterck. Standing 
Kerry Arlt, Joe Duggan, George Palmer, and Larry Maloney. 



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practice. Above: Frosh Cris Love displays his return. Right: 
Kerry Arlt puts that extra ump into his serve. 




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1967-68 has been a year filled with travel 
and subsequent success for the Loyola Wo- 
men's Intercollegiate Tennis Team. Victo- 
rious at the Spring Hill Tournament in Mobile, 
these spirited coeds returned to meet the 
University of South Florida, Florida State and 
Mississippi State College with fine form and 
a flurry of activity. A real love of the game 
certainly played a big part in spurring them 
on to a winning season. 




Upper: A successful volley brings a smile from Gail Albritton. Above: Left to right; Standing; Sally Horan, Claire Okies, Suzanne Lamall 
Kerry Leftwich. Kneeling; Ann Moore, Gail Albritton, Barbara Brown. 



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Women's Tennis 





Upper left: Kerry Leftwich makes the return 
with ease. Above; Suzanne Lamal! strains to 
recover from backstroke. Left: Ann Moore and 
Sally Horan try their luck at doubles. 



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Above; Tony Anzelmo is aloft as the LU crew rigs their 
craft for a run. Below: Tom Griffith and Frank Lagarde 
round out Loyola's sailing club crew. 





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Top: Joe Looney, Dave Russell and Biff Pettingill bring LSUNO's quarterback to a screeching 
halt. Above left: Mike Crow brings down Spring Hill's fullback with a crushing tackle. 
Above right: Biff Pettingill hauls in a pass despite the efforts of two Centenary defenders. 
Right: Bob Taliancich gets clipped by an over-zealous Badger. 




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Top: Quarterback Glenn Balsamo strains for extra yardage against 
Spring Hill. Upper left: LSUNO's fullback skirts past the Wolf second- 
ary for the Privateers' lone touchdown. Upper right: Ray Culotta 
scampers past a lumbering Privateer. Left: The center of the 
Wolfpack defensive line holds LSUNO for no gain. 



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Football 




Top: Mike Crow and Rodney Salvaggio team up to down a Spring Hill back. Top left: Glem 
Balsamo reflects sideline tension during the LSUNO game. Above: The Wolfpack defensivi 
unit readies for action against LSUNO. Be/ow left: Glenn Balsamo picks up a first dowr 
against Centenary. Below. Wayne Miller falls down in a heap with a Spring Hill ball carrier. 




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Above left: Nestor Fernandez grabs a pass. Above: Dick Marino picks 
up short yardage against LSUNO. Left: The Centenary secondary treats 
Glenn Balsamo very un-Gentlemanly. tower left: Vic Hughes holds a 
Spring Hill back for Mike Crow. Below: The center of the Wolfpack 
ine stops a Spring Hill halfback cold. 







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L.U. Club Ranked 




Top: A tired and tense Wolfpack watches from the sidelines. Above left: Glenn Hartsfield 
brings down a Gent from behind. Above: Nestor Fernandez finds the going rough against 
Centenary. 



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Eleventh Nationally 





Left: Teamwork like this was the key to Loyola success this 
year, tower left: Chuck Roger gives Myles Wegman and Biff 
Pettingill pointers during halftime. Lower right: Wolves team 
up to stop a N.O. ball-carrier behind the line of scrimmage. 



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to shake a Centenary Gentleman. Right: Fellow 
players help Ray Cullota off the field after he was 
injured in the LSUNO game. 





Top: Mike Crow plows into LSUNO's quarterback to 
stop a left end sweep. Above: Two LU rushers 
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Nestor Fernandez turns a corner in the Centenary game. Left: Glenn Balsamo explains to coach 
Ken Sanders his troubles with Spring Hill during halftime. Above: The trainer checks Lucien Dau- 
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Upper left: The Wolfpack waits to take the field in Mobile. Upper right: Mike 

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in. Left: Myles Wegman plows into a Gent receiver. Above; Glenn Balsamo bites 
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Left: Craig Forchag lets one fly for the MFB's. Below: An independ- 
ent who just can't seem to get into the clear. Below right: Barry 
Geraghty gains a step on UBL's Kit Grace. Bottom: PKT's Les 
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Six fraternities and seven independent teams en- 
tered mural football competition this season. After 
several weeks of zealous contests ADG emerged 
victorious in the tournament finals. 




Top: PKT and SAK dispute Les Gaydan's yardage. Above left: Dave Russe! stretches for Mike 
Lange during a match between Mom's Society Page and the Mellow Yellows. Above: Bob Head 
and George Kanaly team up to stop an ADG ball carrier. Left: A Dent huffs and puffs and . . . 
scores. 



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Football Provides Fun, Action 



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Above: A PKT on the move. Right: A 
Delta Sig in action. 




left: Doug Harris moves in to take Mike Fernandez. Top right: An 
independent has a near miss. Above: Two of "Mom's" boys close 
in on a Dent. Right: Fitzgibbons stops a PKT. 



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Basketball 



Although suffering from a cramped schedule and 
forced into a double elimination tournament, mural 
basketball was as exciting and enjoyable as ever. 
A total 26 teams entered the first round of play, 
from which 13 survived to enter the tournament. 



Above: A battle of height where inches make the difference, as these 
two quickly discover. Right: PKT appears to be running all over their 
opponents, or is someone lying down on the job? Below: ADG fights 
hard to prevent a basket in what looks more like a ballet step than a 
fight to the finish. Below right: The ball's the thing In this attempt 
to keep it in bounds as other players can only look on helplessly. 





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Upper left: Players wait in expectation of a loose ball that will momentarily be forthcoming 
from the scuffle that is underway. Middle left: It's kind of like follow the leader, but the 
high steppers always win. In this case it means coming up with the ball. Below: No one here 
seems to approve of holding hands; maybe they feel that it just isn't the right time or place, 
tower left: Who's got the ball? Two independents dispute possession, even to the point of 
stepping on a few toes. Lower right: You have to try a little harder to block a shot as 41 does 
and 44 unhappily finds out. 




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UBL Wins Boxing 




Intramural's bloody, bruising battles oc- 
curred again last spring with UBL's punch- 
ing pugilists emerging the overall victors. 
As is demonstrated in the shots on the 
following pages the tournament was a 
smashing success. 



Right: It's all over for Brent West as Bill Belsom comes through with a devastating right. 
Below. An eye for an eye. Above: If you miss, you lose, as is illustrated by this hotly con- 
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Boxers tangle near ropes. Above: Bernie Phebus takes a 
poke at Mike Killebrew during a bout. Above right: Bobby 
Huber wants a closer shot. Right: Tired and hurt . . . but 
still punching. 



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SAK Takes 
Wrestling 



A growing interest in wrestling is 
making 'mural competition in this 
sport more exciting and interesting 
each year. The overall winner of the 
tourney were the SAK grapplers. 





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Powder Puff 



Excitement reached a fever pitch once again this 
year with Powder Puff Football. Screaming, scratch- 
ing and fumbling along, Loyola coeds exhibited 
talent and muscles they never knew they had. Even 
if resistance was low, spirit was high as the Hea- 
venly Scents trounced the Hell Cats 8-0 in a game 
few of them will ever forget. 




Upper left: Susan Wheeler pulls away from clutch of Theresa McLean. Upper right: Powder Puff royalty 
Pat Hymel and Jamie Piegts. tower left: Theresa McLean gets a tip from coach Shep Colledge. Lower 
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Upper middle: The ball gets through a hellcat. 
Above: Practice can be as rough as the 
game. Left: Everyone tries to get in on the 
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Basketball 



Below: Four arms, four legs, and Hilda Korner wait- 
ing for the ball to come down. Right: A co-ed 
gets another two points. Far right: Number 3 
finally got it. 





Coed Intramural Basketball 
brings a lot of bruises, a lot 
of laughs and a bit of mortal 
combat as sororities and inde- 
pendents vie for points to- 
wards the athletic trophy. This 
year's competition was no ex- 
ception as temper and energy 
reigned supreme. 



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Above: Cathy Springstead doesn't seem to mind as TPA 
goes two under. Top: A tough game, and almost all eyes 
are on the ball. Right: She just wasn't tall enough. Far right: 
Co-eds exhibit hidden grace in stretch for the ball. 



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Left: Susan Willie takes the lead in backstroke. Middle: "On 
your mark, get set, go". Bottom: "Oops" Mary Ann Barre 
dives in for more. Above.- Exhausted after competition, Judy 
Trabulsi rests at poolside. 



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Colleges 248 

Organizations 326 

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Harry N. Charbonnet 
Chairman 

Louis H. PNie 
Vice-Chairman 



Board 
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Henry Zac Carter 
Charles I. Denechaud Jr. 
Francis C. Doyle 
Lawrence J. Fabacher 



Murray C. Fincher 

Roy F. Guste 

Eugene Katz 

Very Rev. H. R. Jolley, S.J. 



Rev. John F. Keller, S.J. 
Miss Margaret E. Lauer 
John Legier 
Dr. C. Walter Mattingly 



John W. Mecom, Jr. 
Lawrence A. Merrigan 
Dr. M. O. Miller 
J. Edgar Monroe 



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Clayton L Nairne 
John A. Oulliber 
Harvey Peltier 
Edward D. Rapier 



Joseph M. Rault, Jr. 
Donald K. Ross 
Dennis L. Rousseau 
Leon Sarpy 



Hon. Preston L. Savoy 
Shelley Schuster 
Clem Sehrt 
Cecil M. Shilstone 



Dr. Alfred E. Smith 
Terence J. Smith 
George J. Springer 
August A. Wegmann 



Seymour Weiss 
Hon. Louis H. Yarrut 




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President 

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Homer RJolley, S.J. 






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Executive Vice-President 

The Rev. John F. Keller, S.J. 



Vice 




Vice-President for 
Student Affairs 

The Rev. Joseph AAolloy, S.J. 



Vice-President for 
Academic Affairs 

| Dr. John F. Christman 



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Vice-President for 
Public Relations 

Donald K. Ross 



Presidents 




Vice-President for 
Business and Finance 



John L. Eckholdt 



Vice-President for 
Broadcasting 

Michael Early 



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Dean of Men 

Robert Sabolyk 



240 



Dean of Women 

Rosalie Parrino 




241 



University 



Left: Mrs. K. P. Simons, Buddig Hall Business Manager. Middle left: Fr. Harold 
Cohen, Chaplain, tower left: Mr. J. Truss, Director of Men's Housing. Below: 
Mrs. M. Sicard, Director of Women's Housing. Bottom: Henry Asher, Director of 
Student Union. 




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Executives 



Right: Lt. Colonel Warren Clark, Professor of Military Science. 
Middle right: Robert Sabolyk, Athletic Director. James Volny, 
Librarian, tower right: Dr. M. A. Belanger, University Physician. 
Below: Mrs. Joan Johnson, Placement Director. 




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University 



Left: Mr. Kenneth Byrne, Director of Admissions. Middle left: Fr. F. L. Janssen, 

Ass't. Director of Admissions, tower left: Mr. Thomas Preston, University Business 

Manager. Ee/ow: Mr. Constantino Ghini, Director of Inter-American Center. 
Mr. Ted Pfiefer, University Registrar. 





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Executives 



Right: Mary Hope McDonald, Coordinator of Academic and 
Physical Planning. Middle right: Mr. Charles Brennan, Director 
of Public Relations. Lower right: Mr. Eric Timmerkk, Alumni 
Director. Below: Mrs. Mary Mykolyk, Director of Technical 
Planning. Fr. Louis Twomey, Director of Industrial Relations. 



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University Staff 




BONANNO, URSULA 

BRENNAN, KAY 

BURKHART, ANTOINETTE 

CALONGE, GEORGIA 



CASTELIN, LINDA 
CASTELIN, SUSAN 
CRESSON, RUSSELL 
CRUTCHER, ANNE 



CUCINELLO, MARY 

DeSALAZAR, MARTIN G. 

DOYLE, MARY 

DUGGAN, MARY J. 



ECKHOLDT, JOHN 

FORTIER, BERNIE 

HAYES, CINDY 

JARREAU, FR. M., S. J. 



JOAQUIN, BEVERLY 

LADNER, GWENDOLYN 

LADNER, OTECIA 

MANNINA, M-LOUISE 

SCHIFFLONPY 



MURPHY, LEAH 

MYKOLYK, MARY 

NOBLES, MARJORIE 



246 



Staff 



PAZ, LEYSABLE 
POOLE, MRS. KATHRYN 
REISING, MRS. PAUL 
ROMAGOSA, DULCE 



RUCKSTUHL, VERA 
SALERNO, MARITZA 
SULLIVAN, B. 
TWILBECK, MRS. AGATHA 



WARD, JULIE 
WHATLEY, NETTIE 
WOODS, MARY 
YOUNG, CHARLES 





"That man out there is taking a 
picture of us, Tom." 



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248 





Colleges 






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REV. BERNARD A. TONNAR, S.J. 
Dean 







Department of 

Biological Sciences 



REV. JOHN H. MULLAHY, SJ. 
Chairman 



Faculty 



BEARD, E. L, Ph. D. 
McHALE, JOHN T., Ph. D. 
MOORE, W. G., Ph. D. 









lit 



AHLFELD, THOMAS (3) 
BARRY, JAMES (4) 
BERG, CHARLES (3) 
BOOS, ED (2) 



BOUDREAUX, ALLEN (1) 
BRICKMAN, FRANCIS (4) 
BRUNGARDT, JIM (4) 
CHICOLA, JEFF (2) 



Students 



Miami, Fla. 

Manchester, Conn. 

El Paso, Tex. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Fairview Park, Ohio 

Maysville, Okla. 

Alexandria, La. 



251 




Students 



CYGAN, RONALD (4) 
DANNA, NICHOLAS (1) 
DAUTERIVE, LUCIEN (4) 
DAVIES, RICHARD (3) 


Chicago, III. 

New Orleans, La. 

Chalmette, La. 

Miami, Fla. 


DIFULCO, THOMAS (1) 
EPP, JAMES (2) 
EPPS, EARL (3) 
ERATH, HAROLD (1) 


New Orleans, La 
New Orleans, La 
New Orleans, La 
New Orleans, La 


ERRO, PEDRO A. ( 1 ) 
FAUST, BARRY (2) 
FOLEY, TIM (3) 
FRANCIS, CHERYL (1) 


New Orleans, La 

New Orleans, La. 

Miami, Fla 

New Orleans, La 


FRESQUEZ, DANIEL (1) 
FROEHLICH, TOM (1) 
GARCIA, JORGE (1) 
GARCIA-PRATS, VICTOR (2) 


El Paso, Tex. 

Dallas, Tex. 

Miami, Fla. 
El Paso, Tex. 


GERTKEN, JAMES (1) 
GRAHAM, JOE (1) 
GUILLIOT, ROY, JR. (2) 
HEAD, ROBERT (3) 


St. Louis, Mo. 

Belleville, III. 

Lafayette, La. 

Whitfield, Miss. 


HERLIHY, CHARLES (1) 
IGLESIAS, RAY (3) 
KOVAL, JOHN (1) 
LUNDGREN, PHILIP (4) 


Birmingham, Ala. 

Miami, Fla. 

Miami, Fla. 

Metairie, La. 


LeBOEUF, RICHARD (4) 
LOUAPRE, RENE (3) 
LOYOLA, RENE (3) 
LUCAS, EDWARD (2) 


New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Miami, Fla. 

W. Palm Beach, Fla. 



252 



Students 



MAHONEY, DONALD, JR. (4) 
MARSH, GEORGE (2) 
McMAHON, EILEEN (2) 
MEISNER, KATHRYN (3) 



MIGLARESE, JOHN (3) 
NESS, RICHARD (4) 
NUGENT, PATRICIA (2) 
OHLENFORST, PATRICK (1) 



O'SHEA, KEVIN (1) 
PASCHAL, MAI (1) 
PEREZ, LUIS (4) 
POWERS, DENNIS (1) 



RYAN, ROBERT (2) 
SPECHT, ELISA (2) 
STEWART, GLENN (1) 
SUTHERLAND, THOMAS (3) 



WAGNER, HENRY (2) 
ZEBOUNI, ANTHONY (1) 
ZELLEY, KIM (2) 



Tampa, Fla. 

Jackson, Miss. 

New Orleans, La. 

Harahan, La. 



Hampton, S.C. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

El Paso, Tex. 



Dallas, Tex. 

Dallas, Tex. 

New Orleans, La. 

Chevy Chase, Md. 



New Orleans, La. 

N. Miami Beach, Fla. 

Riviera Beach, Fla. 

Lafayette, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Mt. Holly, N.J. 








Pre-meds doing their "home 
work." 



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Faculty 



ALLAN JACOBS, M.A. 

Chairman 



DOLL, PAUL, M.F.A. 
HARNDEN, GLENN, M.A. 



Above: The TV station taped interviews for stations down- 
town. Upper right: Larry AAaloney prepares to monitor a 
broadcast. Right.- The communications department is known 
for its informal classes. 




Department of 

Communications 




254 



Students 



ANDERSON, JOAN L. ( 1 ) 
BRAY, JEFF (3) 
COTTER, JOANNE (1) 


Houston, Texas 

Miami, Fla. 

Bethesda, Md. 


CUSHWA, NANCY (1) 
DASTA, MARGI (4) 
DEWEY, WAYNE (1) 


Williamsport, Md. 

Shawnee Mission, Kansas 

Tampa, Fla. 


FRENTZ, RONALD (2) 
MALINDA, JOSEPH (3) 
MARONEY, JOANIE (1) 


Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Houston, Texas 


MATRANGA, GEORGE (2) 
MOGILKA, TIM (1) 
ORTIZ, DAUE (2) 


New Orleans, La. 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Redondo Beach, Calif. 


PEARSON, GEORGE (4) 
SINCLAIR, JEFF (3) 
STRUVE, THOMAS (2) 


Massapequa, N.Y. 

Ridgewood, N.J. 

Biloxi, Miss. 


WELGOSS, CINDY (1) 
ZANI, LAWRENCE (2) 


Panama City, Fla. 
Bridgeport, Ohio 




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ANTHONY DIMAGGIO III, Ph. D. 

Chairman 



Faculty 



PETTERSON, R. C, Ph.D. 
ROMILLO. MARGOT, Ph.D. 
WALIA, JASJIT SINGELL, Ph.D. 




Department of 

Chemistry 




Many long hours are spent in the 
organic lab. 



BECKMAN, JOSEPH (2) 
BELL, JEANNE (2) 
BRITTON, JOHN (1) 



DOIRON, LUCY (1) 
MYKYTKA, JOHN (4) 
ZAMORA, JULIE (1) 






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Students 



Munster, lnd. 
Jackson, Tenn. 
Houston, Tex. 



San Antonio, Tex. 

Miami, Fla. 

San Salvador, El Salvador, C.A. 




256 



Dental Hygiene 





MRS. BEVERLY JARRELL 
Supervisor 



Dental Hygienist receives practical experience as 
well as theoretical training. 



Students 



BERNARD, MARILYN (2) 
BROCATO, BOBETTE (1) 
CASSELBERRY, TONI (1) 



CHAMBERLIN, MARILEE (3) 
COHEN, PHYLLIS (2) 
COSTIGAN, MAUREEN (1) 



CRIFASI, RENEE (1) 
DILLON, PAMELA (3) 
GAMARD, LULU (2) 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
Baton Rouge, La. 



Orlando, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 

Venice, Fla. 



Baton Rouge, La. 

Savannah, Ga. 

Pass Christian, Miss. 




257 




GARRISON, SANDY (3) 
GRINNAN, CATHY (2) 
GROS, BARBARA (2) 



GUARINA, CATHERINE (1) 
HURST, PEGGY (4) 
JORDAN, LORAINE (2) 



LAFLEUR, JANIS (4) 
LARGAY, MARY (2) 
LEATHEM, PATRICIA (1) 



LEVY, DIANE M. (3) 
LIBERTO, CAROLYN (2) 
LUKINOVITCH, KATHLEEN (2) 



MARCANTEL, DEBORAH (1) 
MATHEWS, NENA (2) 
MORAN, CHARLENE (4) 



MURRAY, PEGGY (2) 
PEREZ, BONNIE (2) 
PFAFF, PAM (4) 



Students 



Biloxi, Miss. 

Dallas, Tex. 

New Iberia, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
Jackson, La. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Opelousas, La. 
Coral Gables, Fla. 
New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Elton, La. 
Savannah, Ga. 
Bradenton, Fla. 



New Orleans, La. 

Arabi, La. 

Collinsville, III. 



258 




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ROGER, SHEILA (3) 
ROTH, LINDA (2) 
SHERMAN, KAREN (2) 



SMART, JANET (3) 
SPRINGSTEAD, CATHY (4) 
TABARY, PAULA (1) 



WENTWORTH, SHERYL (3) 
WITHINGTON, MARJORIE (1) 
YOUNG, CAROLYN (3) 



ZIEMAN, MONICA (3) 



Students 



Thibodaux, La. 
Baton Rouge, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Galesburg, II!. 

Little Rock, Ark. 

Arab!, La. 



Slidell, La. 

St. Simons Island, Ga. 

New Orleans, La. 



Mobile, Ala. 



259 



Department of 

Drama and Speech 




DONALD V. BRADY, Ph. D. 
Chairman 




CAHALAN, LUCY (4) 
COLLETTI, ROSEANNE (1) 
MANDILL, FRANCES (2) 



MILLER, ELIZABETH (2) 
MORGAN, CINDY (1) 
NACKONEY, GLENN (4) 



Students 



Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Port Arthur, Tex. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Dallas, Tex. 

Hollywood, Fla. 



Age is but a trick of make-up to 
the experienced performer. 




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261 



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Faculty 




COSGROVE, CLEMENT, S.C. 
SMITH, HILDA, Ph. D. 




JOSEPH B. TREMONTI, S.J. 
Chairman 



Department of 

Education 




ALMON, SARAH (4) 
APFFEL, MARGARET (1) 
ANGEL, SUSAN (1) 
ARCENEAUX, JOANN (4) 



ARCHER, CAROL (1) 
AZCUE, SISTER MARIA A. (3) 
BARNES, LESLIE (1) 
BARRE, MARY ANN (3) 



BRECHTEL, ANN (1) 
BROWN, CHARLOTTE (3) 
CARRIERE, MAUREEN (3) 
CATANESE, MARLENE (1) 



Students 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Meraux, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



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BIANCA, DANELLE (4) 
BAUER, ANN (3) 
BAUER, NANCY (1) 
BLOEMER, CATHY (2) 


New Orleans, 
New Orleans, 
New Orleans, 
New Orleans, 


La 

La 
La 

La 


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BOLOGNA, GAYEL (4) 
BORDES, JANET (1) 
BREAUX, BARBARA (1) 
BURLEY, WILMA (2) 


Metairie, 
New Orleans, 
New Orleans, 

Metairie, 


La. 

La 

La 
La. 



Metairie, La. 

Victoria, Texas 

New Orleans, La. 

Gretna, La. 



262 



Students 



CHAPMAN, CONNIE (2) 
CICERO, MAUREEN (3) 
COMER, MARLANA (2) 
COSGROVE, DARNELL (3) 



DELERY, JANICE (3) 
DOYLE, CHERYL (3) 
EGAN, VERONICA (1) 
EHRET, MARY (4) 



FEY, JUNE (4) 
FISCHER, CHARLOTTE (2) 
FITZGERALD. PATRICIA (3) 
FOURROUX, STEPHANIE (1) 



GARCIA, BONNIE (2) 
GARNER, PATRICIA (3) 
GIBBONS, MARGARET (4) 
GONZALES, ANGELINA (4) 



HENDERSON, SANDY (4) 
HIGGINS, ELISE (3) 
HOLMES, GWENDOLYN (4) 



Metairie, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Gretna, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Gretna, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Houston, Texas 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 




263 



Students 




IPSER, SUSAN (2) 
KANALY, GEORGE (3) 
KELLY, MARY (2) 
KEMP, PATRICIA (1) 



KORNER, HILDA (3) 
LAING, BARBARA (4) 
LeBLANC, KERI (3) 
LeBON, SUZANNE (4) 



LOCH, CLAIRE (3) 
MATHES, MARY ERIN (4) 
MAYER, SANDY (1) 
MESSINA, DONNA (1) 



MOLLERE, JUDITH (2) 
MOORE, ELIZABETH (2) 
MOULEDOUS, MARLENE (4) 
MOUNSEY, SR. M. EPHREM (4) 



O'KEEFE, KATHY (1) 
OVERMAN, SUZANNE (2) 
PALESTINA, JOANNE (2) 
PATERNOSTRO, GAIL (4) 



PEREZ, SUSAN (4) 
PHILIPS, PENNY (3) 
PIERCE, JO (1) 
POULARD, MARY ANN (4) 



PRESTON, DEBBIE (1) 
RADOSTI, TON I (3) 
RAULT, DORY (3) 
RAYHAWK, KATIE (2) 



New Orleans, La. 

Biloxi, Miss. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Metairie, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Chalmette, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Metairie, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 

Biloxi, Miss. 



Biloxi, Miss. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



264 



Students 



REINECKE, SR. CLAIRE (4) 
RODRIGUEZ, CORAL (4) 
ROTOLO, PATRICIA (2) 
ROUCHON, VIRGINIA (1) 



SABRIER, SHERYL (1) 
SALTAMACHIA, CAROL (1) 
SCHEUERMANN, VIOLET (4) 
SEASHOLTZ, 6USAN (4) 



SEWELL, HOPE (3) 
SHEA, NANCY (3) 
SIMMS, CHARLOTTE (3) 
SINGER, CAROL (3) 



SPANGLER, LAINE (3) 
SPOSATO, DARCY (1) 
SULLIVAN, KAREN (3) 
TAMBURO, THERESA (3) 



TERRITO, DIANE (3) 
TRAPOLIN, JANE (2) 
TRAPOLIN, PAT (4) 
VERRETTE, ANN-MARIE (2) 



VIGNES, LAURA (3) 
VITTER, TOOTIE (4) 
VIVIEN, ELVINA (2) 
WHEELER, SUSAN (2) 



WRIGHT, PAMELA (3) 
WINKLER, JANEY (1) 
WHITMORE, DAVID (2) 
ZAJAC, CYNDY (2) 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Gretna, La. 

Marrero, La. 



Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Dunedin, Fla. 



Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Ormond Beach, Fla. 

El Paso, Tex. 



Crown Point, Ind. 

Mamaroneck, N.Y. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 



Harvey, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

Abilene, Tex. 



New Orleans, La. 

Sarasota, Fla. 
New Orleans, La. 

Orlando, Fla. 




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Department of 

English 



THOMAS R. PRESTON, Ph.D. 
Chairman 





Faculty 



HORNE, MARK D., Ph.D. 
MAHER, REV. THOMAS, S.J., M.A. 
VANDERHAAR, MARGARET, Ph.D. 
WILLIAMS, MILLER, M.S. 



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Above.- Dabney Stuart chats with Missy Dean and 
Jim Crane at a luncheon during the Writers' 
Symposium. Right: Rick Lind gets a clarification 
of a poem from Tom Blouin in the snack bar. 




266 



Students 






ADAMO, RALPH (2) 




Metairie, La. 


BACINO, WAYNE (3) 




New Orleans, La. 


BODIN, MARY (2) 




New Orleans, La. 


BUTZBERGER, KATHLEEN 


(2) 


Richardson, Texas 



BROWNING, JOSEPH (2) 
CURDA, ED (4) 
DAUER, THERESE (4) 
DAVID, DIANE (4) 



DENTON, ROGER (4) 
DESWYSEN, MARY (2) 
DEY, BARBARA (1) 



Rockville, Maryland 

Azle, Texas 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Metairie, La. 
Coral Gables, Fla. 
New Orleans, La. 




Above: Students receive English classes with great enthusiasm. 
Right: Poet R. H. W. Dillard kept the audience amused as he read 
his poetry at last year's Writer's Symposium. 



267 



Students 




DiMARIA, JOE (3) 


New Orleans, La. 


ELROD, KAREN (4) 


Charlotte, N. C. 


FARLEY, JOHN (2) 


Maplewood, N. J. 


FLORES, ANNABELLE (2) 


Tela, Honduras 



FREMAUX, JUDITH (4) 
FUCICH, MARY (3) 
GAUDET, JERI (3) 
GEORGES, RICHARD M. (3) 



GIARDINA, SAL (1) 
GILLON, JOHN (2) 
GOEDECKE, DIANNE (1) 
GOSC1ENSKI, THOMAS (4) 



HEGENBERGER, CARLA (1) 
HENNESSEY, CATHY (1) 
KEATING, THOMAS (2) 
LeNORMAND, CAROLE (2) 



New Orleans, La. 

Slidell, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Dallas, Texas 

Stamford, Conn. 



Little Rock, Ark. 

Vickburg, Miss. 

Dayton, Ohio 

New Orleans, La. 



NACKLEY, BARBARA (2) 


Miami, Fla. 


O'DWYER, LINDA (2) 


New Orleans, La. 


O'LOUGHLIN, MARY (3) 


Abilene, Texas 


PARDO, BETTY (2) 


Dallas, Texas 



Right; Joann McFaull expounds on a point during an 
English class. 




268 




Upper lefl: Frank Hercules talks to 
students at a luncheon given for par- 
ticipants in the Writers' Symposium. 
Upper right: Poet James Dickey, on a 
visit to Loyola, chats with English majors 
in the Snack Bar. tower left: Miller Wil- 
liams loses himself in dreams of the 
future, tower right: John W. Corrington 
advises a student during registration. 









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Students 



REINHARDT, PATRICIA (2) 
SARRAT, JANICE (2) 
SECKSO, SHARON (2) 
STEHLE, JANET (3) 



SUVADA, JOANNE (2) 
TREUTING, BETH (2) 
WAECHTER, KAREN (4) 
WINGATE, NANCY (2) 



Charlotte, N.C. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Dallas, Texas 



Miami, Fla. 

Metairie, La. 

S. Bend, Ind. 

Orange, Texas 




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Department of 

History and Political Science 




THOMAS CLANCY, S.J. 

Chairman 




Faculty 



COPPS, MICHAEL, Ph.D. 
O'NEILL, CHARLES, S.J. 
PILLAR, JAMES, O.M.I. 



SWIFT, SISTER MARY GRACE, Ph.D. 
WITTE, RAYMOND, Ph.D. 



Students 



AMATO, MARGARET (2) 
ANDREWS, GALE (1) 
BLANCHARD, WAYNE (1) 



BUDLONG, THOMAS (2) 
CAMARATA, KERRY (1) 
CECONI, MODENNA (2) 



CHILDRESS, MALCOLM (3) 
CZOSNEK, KATHLEEN (4) 
DAVIS, BRENDA (1) 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La- 



Atlanta, Ga. 
New Orleans, La. 
Falls Church, Va. 



New Orleans, La. 

Rockford, III. 

Albany, Ga. 



270 




Students 



DELORD, DOUGLAS (1) 
DELUZAIN, MELANIE (1) 
DOUVILLE, ROY (1) 
FERRARA, BERYL (2) 



FISER, MARY (4) 
FLAHERTY, PETE (2) 
GAY, LESLIE (3) 
GORDON, RICK (2) 



GOVER, WILLIAM (1) 
GUSTE, BILLY (2) 
HUBER, BOB (3) 
JACQUES, KEN (4) 



KEARNS, JOHN (3) 
KELLY, PATRICIA (2) 
KOHL, RONALD (3) 
KRUMMENACHER, HOLLY (!) 



LAHEY, ED (3) 
LEGENDRE, RONALD (2) 
LINNE, TERRY (2) 
LINZY, HOWARD (4) 



MAGARAHAN, CHARLIE (2) 
McCALLON, EARL (3) 

McNeill, ann (2) 
morgan, joe (2) 



MORGAN, MICHAEL (4) 
MULLIN, PHILIP (3) 
NABONNE, RONALD (3) 
NAUMANN, KAY (3) 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Mobile, Ala. 

New Orleans, La. 



St. Louis, Mo. 

Irvine, Ky. 

Huntsville, Ala. 

W. Palm Beach, Fla. 



Springfield, Va. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Elmhurst, N.Y. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Derry, N.H. 

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Shreveport, La. 



Spartanburg, S.C. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Jacksonville, Fla. 

El Paso, Texas 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 




271 




diktA 



NEWCOMB, JOHN (4) 
NORMANDIN, MICHAEL (3) 
O'KANE, PATTI (2) 
OKIES, CLAIRE (2) 



PALERMO, LIZ (11 
PALMER, GEORGE (3) 
PALMER, MICHAEL (1) 
PISANO, MARILYN (1) 



PUNARO, VINCENT (1) 
REUTER, FRITZ (2) 
RICHARDSON, ARMAND (4) 
SEELEY, DONALD (4) 



SILVERIO, MARK (3) 
STACY, JOHN (1) 
STEPHEN, JOE (1) 
STOLLEIS, PATRICK (2) 




Students 



Atlanta, Ga. 

Pac Pal, Cal. 

Fort Worth, Tex. 

El Paso, Tex. 



New Orleans, La. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 

New/ Orleans, La. 



Macon, Ga. 

Houston, Tex. 

New Orleans, La. 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Hialeah, Fla. 

Columbus, Ga. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

San Antonio, Tex. 



STONE, LEE (2) 
SULLIVAN, KATHY (4) 
TAYLOR, JAKE (2) 
TESTA-SECCA, MARC (1) 



Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Charleston, S.C. 

Tampa, Fla. 

Tampa, Fla. 



THOMPSON, PAUL (2) 


Slidcll, La. 


THOMPSON, JOSEPH (1) 


Middlesex, N.J. 


VERA, ALAN (2) 


El Paso, Tex. 


WEAVER, ANN (2) 


Dallas, Tex. 



272 



Department of 



Physical Education 




TREMONTI, JOSEPH C.S.V. 
Chairman 




CHAPLAIN, THERESA (1) 
MILAZZO, PATRICIA (1) 
MILLER, DEBORAH (2) 



PRESTENHACK, CHERYL ANN (1) 
STEPHENS, DONNA (2) 



Students 



New Orleans, La. 

Arabi, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 




Top: Phys. Ed. majors play an important part in the annual Powder Puff football game. 
Right: Indoor tennis is a major facet in the girls' Phys. Ed. program. 



273 



iiiiriM«uiMinnn 




RALPH T. BELL, B.A. 
Chairman 



Department of 

Journalism 



Faculty 



SAUVAGEOT, JULES M.S. 
WHITE, LEONARD B.S. 




Above: Mr. Bell relaxes against the products of his instruction. Upper right: Youthful 
instructor John Cotter adds sparkle and life to the journalism faculty. Right: Yearbook 
editor John Wiemann starts practicing the careful teaching methods of instructors. 



-f^l 




274 



Students 



ANDERSON, EDMUND (3) 
ATKINS, GARY (1) 
BARNETTE, NANCY (2) 
CONNORS, SUE (I) 



New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

Lake Worth, Fla. 

Mobile, Ala. 




DORE, HILDA (2) 
FREY, RICK (2) 
GOLDCAMP, RUTH (!) 
GOSS, MARY (2) 



Crowley, La. 

Decatur, Ga. 

Cocoa Beach, Fla. 

Newport, Ark. 



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GUILLORY, FERRELL (3) 
HUNTER, BILL (1) 
LAGARDE, DAVID (2) 
LANGE, MICHAEL (2) 



Baton Rouge, La. 

Guaynabo, Puerto Rico 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 





LASSUS, LOUIS (2) 
LIND, RICK (3) 
MANLEY, BRENT (3) 
MATETICH, BONNIE (2) 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Ft. Worth, Tex. 



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McCOLLISTER, JOHN (2) 
MESSINA, ALFRED (4) 
MICHIE, SUSAN (2) 
PARRA, PAM (1) 



New Orleans, La. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Memphis, Tenn. 
New Orleans, La. 



PERRET, DAVID (1) 
ROSE, KATHY ( 1 ) 
VAKAS, STEVE (1) 
VULLIET, KARLA (3) 



Westwego, La. 

Balboa, Canal Zone 

Arlington, Va. 

New Orleans, La. 



WIEMANN, JOHN (3) 
WOODS, BOB (2) 



Houma, La. 
Houston, Tex. 




275 




JESUS RODRIGUEZ, Ph.D. 
Chairman 



Department of 

Linguistics 



Language requirements make this coed 
feel like a "tapeworm." 




Faculty 



ROSS, ROCHELLE 
HELLER, ANDREE, B.M. 
HECKEL, WOLFGANG, M.A. 




HAUSER, GUIDO, Ph.D. 
ELGUEZABAL, DOMINGO 
ELGUEZABAL, DOLORES 



BONEFF, LUBOMIR, M.A. 
CALLENS, FR. PAUL, S.J. 
BIENVENU, EMMETT 
SNYDER, ISABEL 



276 



Students 



ASHFORD, EILEEN (1) 


New Orleans, La. 


fir** 


AZCUE, M. THERESA (4) 


New Orleans, La. 


IV ±>j 


CAMBEILH, SANDY (2) 


Closter, N.J. 


Ik 


DANOWITZ, JOAN (2) 


Quantico, Va. 


Pkv- 



DONALDSON, MARTHA (1 
EGIZIO, PHYLLIS (1) 
FAVALORO, MARYBETH (3) 
GIANGROSSO, PATRICIA (3 



LAMBIE, ROSEMARY (4 
LECKERT, JOAN (4) 
MANZER, SANDRA (2) 
MUNOZ, MARIA (2) 



RYAN, JANE (2) 
STEWART, CINDY (2) 
TREMOULET, MIMI (2) 
TROENDLE, CHERYL (4) 




VINAS, HENRIETTA (1) 



Left: Mr. Elquezabal prepares the tapes for lab. Above: Rick Gordon chokes on his 
German vocabulary. 



Department of 

Mathematics 




R. T. McLEAN, Ph.D. 
Chairman 




"There's just got to be a form like that in this book.' 




ATTAYA, STEPHEN (2) 
BORDES, BETTY (3) 



BROUSSARD, ROY (2) 
COLONEL, MICHELE (2) 
DENNY, MICHAEL (1) 



Students 



Huntsville, Ala. 
New Orleans, La. 



Lake Arthur, La. 

Dallas, Tex. 

Pensacola, Fla. 



278 



Students 



DERVAES, JAY (3) 
DICKINSON, JERRY (1) 
DiMARZIO, LINDA (3) 
DUNN, THOMAS (4) 



Tampa, Fla. 

Dallas, Texas 

New Orleans, La. 

Clearwater, Fla. 



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FAGGIONI, DIANE (3) 


Pensacola, Fla. 


FONTENELLE, MICHELE (2) 


New Orleans, La. 


GEHRKE, MARTHA (4) 


Metairie, La. 


GENEVA Y, SUZANNE (1) 


New Orleans, La. 


GIRAUD, ARLENE (4) 


New Orleans, La. 


GROSS, JANE (3) 


Melbourne, Fla. 


HALL, KATHLEEN (2) 


West Palm Beach, Fla. 


LAZARONE, CARLETTE (3) 


Kenner, La. 


LEMAIRE, DAVID J. (2) 


New Orleans, La. 


LOPEZ, ANTONIO (2) 


Miami, Fla. 


Mclean, theresa (i) 


Dallas, Texas 


MULLER, MARILYN (1) 


New Orleans, La. 


NEVCU, ALIDA (3) 


New Orleans, La. 


NORRIS, MIKE (2) 


Miami, Fla. 


OULLIBER, JUDY (1) 


New Orleans, La. 


PETITJEAN, SYLVIA (4) 


New Iberia, La. 


RAPP, KATHY (1) 


Hampton, S.C. 


SALATHE, CAROLYN (3) 


New Orleans, La. 


SARRAT, RONNIE (4) 


New Orleans, La. 


SCHREINER, CAROL (3) 


New Orleans, La. 


STOVER, JAMES (3) 


Mobile, Ala. 


VON GRUBEN, BRIAN (2) 


Baton Rouge, La. 


WATSON, MARIBEL (2) 


Knoxville, Tenn. 


WILLIS, TRICIA (1) 


Charleston, S.C. 




279 



Department of 

Medical Technology 




DR. JOHN G. ARNOLD, JR., Ph.D. 
Chairman 



Faculty 



DUGGAN, TIMOTHY 
FOGARTY, MRS. J. E. 
PERSICH, ANA 
VILLERE, MRS. A. 



280 




Above: Janie David and Ann Zimorski combine skills in a med tech lab. 
Far right: "See the germs?" Right: Self-sacrifice is an important aspect 
of the med tech's personality. 



Students 



ANDRESSEN, KATHIE (1) 
BABIN, JANET (3) 
BERNSTON, REBECCA (1) 



BRITSCH, ALMEDA (3) 
BROCATO, LYNDA ANN (1) 
BRODTMANN, DIANE (1) 



BURN, LAURA (2) 
CAIRE, JENNIFER (3) 
CAMPBELL, SUSAN (3) 



CARDIFF, ANNE (2) 
CASTILLO, ENA (2) 
COOGAN, COLLEEN (2) 



COYLE, PATRICIA (1) 
CURET, PEGGY (1) 
DARDIS, KAY (3) 



DAVID, JANIE (4) 
DAVIS, JACKIE (1) 
DEGRUISE, ELAINE (2) 



ELLERBUSCH, JANE (3) 
FIEGENSCHUE, JAN (2) 



New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

Deerfield Beach, Fla. 



New Orleans, La. 

Columbus, Ga. 

New Orleans, La. 



Belize City, British Honduras 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Houston, Tex. 

Belize City, British Honduras 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Meridian, Miss. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 




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281 




FORGER, ANN (3) 
GADEN, DEBBIE (2) 
GARDNER, NANCY (2) 
GERRITY, ELLEN (2) 



GRISOLI, ANNETTE (2) 
GUIDRY, DEBBY (2) 
LANDRY, JUDY (2) 
LANDRY, MARY CLAIRE (1) 



LEWIECKI, MARIAN (1) 
LOUAPRE, MARGARET (2) 
LOZES, DUANE (3) 
McBRIDE, LYNETTE (3) 



McDAUGHERTY, DARNELL (4) 
MAC IN A, PAM (4) 
MATASSA, CARMELA (3) 
MOLDEN, DORIS (2) 



MOLINE, MYRNA (2) 
MORGAN, JOSIE (2) 
MUNCH, LINDA (4) 
OSBORNE, CAROL (1) 



PERRONE, PAMELA (4) 
PERRONE, PAULETTE (4) 
PEREZ, MARY (3) 
PLAEGER, SUSAN (1) 



POLIZZI, FRAN (3) 
RANDALL, RANDY (3) 
RHODES, SUSAN (1) 



Students 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Pagosa Springs, Colo. 

Columbia, S.C. 



New Orleans, La. 

Lafayette, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Atlanta, Ga. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 

Crowley, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Clearwater, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Richardson, Tex. 

Waveland, Miss. 
New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Venezuela 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



282 



Med techs apply dye to blood 
smears. 




Students 



SANDOZ, JEANNE (3) 
SHOLES, DARRYL (2) 
TERRY, PATRICIA (3) 
THOMPSON, DEBBIE (1) 



VALENZA, LORETTA (4) 
VAN VRANCKEN ANN (4) 
VILLERE, MITZIE (2) 
WALLACE, FRANCES (2) 



WARD, SUSAN (2) 
WARD, KATHLEEN (4) 
WEILBAECHER, JANE (2) 
WHITTY, SHARON (4) 



ZIMORSKI, ANN (4) 



Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Harahan, La. 



Metairie, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Destrehan, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Orlando, Fla. 




283 



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Department of 

Philosophy 




ALVIN HOLLOWAY, S.J. 
Chairman 




Faculty 



COOPER, HAROLD L, S.J. 
MONTECINO, HENRY, S.T.L. 
PARKER, BERNARD S., M.A. 






ADAMO, MARTIN (3) 
LeBUS, FERN (3) 



Students 



Metairie, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



284 



Department of 

Theology 



EMILE PFISTER, S.J. 
Chairman 





Faculty 



IMPASTATO, SISTER LUCIA 
MILLER, JOHN, S.T.D. 
POCHE, LOUIS, S.J. 



ROZBURGH, GILBERT, O.P. 
SAA, ORLANDO, S.J. 



Freedom of thought is essential 
in developing the theological mind. 




285 



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Department of 

Physics 




KEIFFER, DAVID, Ph.D. 
Chairman 




Faculty 



BENEDETTO, FRANK, S.J. 
CARTER, JAMES, S.J. 



GARON, HENRY 

KING, C. A., Ph.D. 

MARING, K., S.J. 



Below: "How does he do it?" Right: Father Benedetto performs an 
experiment in optics. 




Students 



ANDRESSEN, CLARENCE (3) 
BENEDETTO, ELIZABETH (1) 
BERNARD, LANDRY (3) 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Westwego, La. 



BONIS, MARC (4) 
CARDINALE, MICHAEL (3) 
CASE, LES (1) 



New Orleans, La. 
Marrero, La. 
Ramsey, N.J. 



COURTADE, JOHN (1) 
DeBLANC, JAMES (2) 
FLINK, CHARLES II (3) 



Houston, Texas 

Waveland, Miss. 

Bay St. Louis, Miss 



FONTENOT, TIMOTHY (2) 
GUENIN, BRUCE (2) 
GUIDRY, TOMMY (4) 



Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 



HAINEBACH, KEM (3) 
LaPOINTE, BEN (3) 
LARUE, ROGER (3) 



Welch, La. 

Miami, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 



OHLMEYER, ERNEST J., JR. (4) 
OLIVIER, DARRYL (1) 
SIMMONS, JOHN (4) 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Dallas, Texas 



TERRANELLA, MARK (1) 



Dallas, Texas 




287 



Department of 

Psychology 



The phychology department plays a big part in the Upward 
Bound program, which helps high school students who would 
not normally be able to attend college to go on to higher 
education. 





PADDY ANN DOLL, Ph.D. 
Chairman 



Faculty 



Students 



AVEGNO, KATHLEEN (1) 
BAKER, HALL (4) 



New Orleans, La. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 



CASSIDY, THOMAS (3) 
CHAUVIN, SHERRY (4) 
DONNELLY, ANN (1) 



Clearwater, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 




288 



Students 



DUPREE, ARNOLD (4) 
FORSHAG, CRAIG (1) 
GUBLER, LARRY (4) 
FUEGNER, TOM (2) 



HALE, MARION (1) 
GAYHARTT, MARY ANNE (2) 
GRUBBS, RON (2) 
HASTREITER, MARY (1) 



HORAN, SALLY (2) 
JENSEN, BARBARA (1 ) 
KANAPKEY, VERONICA (2) 
KINSELLA, KAREN (2) 



LAWLOR, PATRICIA (1) 
LEVY, DIANE (3) 
MANGIARACINA, JOHN (4) 
MORRISON, ROBERT (1) 



MOURAS, JOAN (3) 
MULHERN, MICHAEL (4) 
PRATHER, SUSAN (3) 
PRATT, CHRISTOPHER (1) 



ROMAGUERA, BETH (3) 
ROONEY, CHARLES (1) 
RUBIANO, PATRICIA (1) 
SCOn, LOREL (1) 



SEILER, WARREN (2) 
WELSCH, NANCY (3) 
WILSON, PATRICIA (4) 



Mobile, Ala. 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

St. Louis, Mo. 



New Orleans, La. 

Rockledge, Fla. 

Dallas, Texas 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Ft. Worth, Texas 

New Orleans, La. 

Shreveport, La. 

Houston, Texas 



Jacksonville, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 

Algiers, La. 

Houston, Texas 



New Orleans, La. 

Ridgewood, N.J. 

Metairie, La. 

Miami, Fla. 



Gretna, La. 

Monroe, La. 

Miami, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Rockville Centre, N.Y. 




289 



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Faculty 



McMillan, emile, Ph.D. 

SAPORITO, GEORGE 



LIEF, THOMAS P. 
Chairman 



Department of 

Sociology 





Students 



BAHR, NANCY (1) 


Coral Gables, Fla. 


BAUDIER, LINDA (4) 


New Orleans, La. 


BEBELLE, CAROL (2) 


New Orleans, La. 


BELL, BARBARA (1) 


Jackson, Tenn. 


CAPELLE, MARIANNE (1) 


New Orleans, La. 


CHARRON, EILEEN (2) 


Thibodaux, La. 


CATALDO, ROSEMARY (4) 


Haworth, N.J. 


CORBETT, MARGIE (3) 


Columbus, Ohio 


D'ANTONI, ANITA (3) 


St. Louis, Mo. 


DECKBAR, GAYLE (2) 


Atlanta, Ga. 


DONOVAN, DIANE (4) 


New Orleans, La. 


DORIO, RICHARD (4) 


Winter Park, Fla. 


FAMULARO, JOHN (4) 


Mt. Olivet, Ky. 


FAVRET, RUTH (2) 


Metairie, La. 


FITZGIBBONS, BARBARA (2) 


Dallas, Tex. 


FORTENBERRY, ANNE (1) 


New Orleans, La. 


GAYDEN, SHARON (1) 


New Orleans, La. 


GEORGES, BARBARA (1) 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


GRECO, DONALD (4) 


New Orleans, La. 


HEALY, PATRICIA (1) 


New Orleans, La. 



290 



Students 



KELLY, JIM (2) 


Coral Gables, 


Fla. 


LAFLIN, CAROL (2) 


Houston, 


Tex. 


LAUGHLIN, VIVIAN (2) 


Houston, 


Tex. 


LESKO, SUE (1) 


Coral Gables, 


Fla. 


LICHTENSTEIN, DAVID (4) 


New Orleans 


, La. 


LUTKEWITTE, CAROLYN (1) 


St. Genevieve, 


Mo. 


MANSOUR, CONNIE (3) 


Newnan, 


Ga. 


McFAULL, JOANN (4) 


New Orleans 


La. 


MORRISON, OOPIE (4) 


Long Beach, 


Yuss. 


PARKER, PAUL (3) 


Mobile, 


Ala. 


PRAT, JEAN (3) 


New Orleans 


La. 


ROTH, SUZANNE (2) 


Covington, 


La. 


SEIFERT, JANE (1) 


Leawood, Kans. 


SERIO, MARGARET (3) 


New Orleans 


La. 


SHAW, KAREN (1) 


Neptune Beach, 


Fla. 


SZCZEKOCKI, WALTER (3) 


New Orleans 


La. 


THIBODEAUZ, NELV1N (2) 


New Orleans, 


La. 


TONARELY, HILDA (1) 


Clewiston, 


Fla. 


WHITE, DARLEEN (1) 


New Orleans, 


La. 




"I got more forms to fill out in 
my packet than you did!" 




lUHiili 



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291 




CALVIN HARLAN 
Chairman 



Department of 

Visual Arts 




Upper left: Well, it's not exactly a trophy. Upper right: Tony Jones in an advisory 
position. Left: This paintbrush is just too heavy. Above: The spectator must co-operate 
with the artist. 



292 



Students 



NOLAN, MARY (2) 
VILLARRUBIA, JAN (2) 




Upper lefi: Mr. D'Aquila explains shading and 
perspective. Left: Mary Nolan gives her work the 
brush-off. Above: Tony Jones explains art appre- 
ciation to an aesthetics class. 



293 



Himnmuiiuiii] 




Faculty 



BARHAM, MAJOR THOMAS, B.A. 
BRACKETT, MAJOR JOHN 



CHAPPLE, CAPTAIN GERALD, B.S. 
CHISHOLM, MAJOR LEONARD, B.S. 



LT. COL. WARREN CLARK 
Commandant 




Department of Military Science 



Out of Course 




AHLES, RONALD (2) 
ALEXANDER, SHERRIE (2) 
BRAUD, ELLEN (2) 



CAMPOS, LUIS (1) 
CARRICO, SANDRA (2) 
CASTELIN, LINDA (1) 



CULOTTA, ROSELYN (2) 
DeLUCCA, KINTA (1) 
DeMARCO,'MARY (2) 



DUSSE, CHARLOTTE (1) 
FOUSE, PAM (2) 



Students 



Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 

Potomac, Maryland 

Thibodaux, La. 



Kenner, La. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Coral Gables, Fla. 



New Orleans, La. 
Metairie, La. 



294 



Students 



GALLAGHER, SUSAN (4) 
HEYSER, MARY ANN (1) 
KEARNEY, CANDY (1) 
KEARNEY, JAMES (2) 



Lubbock, Texas 

Miami, Fla. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Plantation, Fla. 



LOWE, JOHN (3) 
LYONS, MIKE (1) 
MARCELL, PEGGY (2) 
MAULDREY, PEGGY (1 



New Orleans, La. 

Lafayette, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



OLIDGE, MAXINE (1) 
OLSON, ANGUS (3) 
ORY, ARTHUR (1) 
PARDO, SARA (1) 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Panama, Republic of Panama 



PERRET, CONNIE (1) 
PETERSEN, CHRISTINE 
PIAZZA, NINA (1) 
PRATT, GRAHAM (1) 



(1) 



New Orleans, La. 

Warner Robins, Ga. 

New Orleans, La. 

Atlanta, Ga. 



REYNAUD, JOSE (1) 
SANDER, GARY (4) 
SCHULINGION, DONALD 
SPANGLER, MARTY (1) 



Honduras 

New Orleans, La. 

[2) Gretna, La. 

Crown Point, Indiana 



TERREBONNE, JANET (1) 
TESI, CHERI (2) 
THOMAS, MELANIE (1) 
VOLTIERRA, DOLORES (1) 



Westwego, La. 

Columbus, Ohio 

Jackson, Miss. 

Albuquerque, N.M. 



VOORHIES, RICHARD (3) 
WALSH, GEORGE (2) 
WARREN, BETTY (1) 
WEBER, EDWIN (2) 



New Iberia, La. 

Greenville, Miss. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 




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College of Business A 



Faculty 



ASHBURN, KARL, Ph.D. 
BOUDREAUX, ALLEN I., M.B.A. 
CONNOR, JOHN, Ph.D. 
COPER, RUDOLF, Ph.D. 



ENGLER, HENRY, Ph.D. 
FOSBERG, IRVING, Ph.D. 
GENDUSA, CHARLES J. 
GUILBEAU, FELIX, M.B.A. 



HOPKINS, ANNADAWN E. 
RAYHAWK, ARTHUR, Ph.D. 
SCHIFFER, HUBERT, S.J. 
VILLARRUBIA, JEANNETTE, B.B.A. 




Seniors 



ARTZ, FRANK 


New Orleans, La 


BARRETT, NEONA 


New Orleans, La 


BELL, DAN 


St. Louis, Mo 


CAPPELLI, JOSEPH 


Miami, Fla 



CASO, JUAN 
CASTELLON, JOSE 
CHLON, CHRISTOPHER 
CLUBB, MUFFY 



Guatemala City, Guatemala 

New Orleans, La. 

Wheeling, W. Va. 

Houma, La. 



CORNELL, ZUNK 
CULOTTA, RAYMOND 
CUMPSTEIN, GEORGE 
DAWSON, MICHAEL 



DELAROSA, R. ERIC 
DEMAHY, CHARLES T., JR. 
DONAHUE, PATRICIA 
EVANS, RICHARD 



Kingston, Rhode Island 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 




297 



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Seniors 



FALATI, RICHARD 
FENERTY, WILLIAM 
FITZGIBBONS, NED 
FLEMING, JOHN 


New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Plantation, Florida 

Virgin Islands 


FLINT; BERNARD S. 
GATCLIFFE, PATRICK 
GREINER, JOSEPH, JR. 
GUEYDAN, LES J., JR. 


New Orleans, 
Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, 
New Orleans, 
Metairie, 


La. 

W.I. 

La. 

La. 


HARRIS, EDWIN 
HERBERT, LARRY 
HORIL, LINDALEE 
HRAPMANN, SUE 


Westwego, La. 

Jacksonville, Florida 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 


JACKONISKI, JIM 
JOINT, CHARLOTTE 
KLEIN, ROBERT 
LaBRUYERE, JANICE 


Dubuque, 1 
New Orleans, 
New Orleans, 
New Orleans, 


Dwa 
La. 
La. 
La. 


lacourrege, rochelle 
McNeill, james hi 
maher, janie 
mann, arthur 


New Orleans, 

New Orleans, 

Metairie, 

New Orleans, 


La. 
La. 
La. 
La. 


MASILLA, THOMAS, JR. 
MAZERALL, MICHAEL 
McSWEENEY, WILLIAM 
MICHEL, JANE 


New Orleans, La. 

Westbrook, Maine 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 


MORRIS, PATRICIA 
MOURAS, THOMAS 
MUMME, PEGGY 
MURPHY, JOSEPH 


Picayune, /V 
New Orleans, 
New Orleans, 
New Orleans, 


iss. 
La. 
La. 
La. 



298 



Seniors 



PALERMO, NICHOLAS 
PELTIER, PAT 
PRATT, GEORGE 
PRIEUR, ELLIOT 



REECE, KELLY 
ROTOLO, LINDA 
RYAN, RONALD 
SANDOZ, CHARLES III 



SCHAFER, EDGAR 
SYKES, EILEEN 
TALIANCICH, JOELLEN 
THERIOT, LAWRENCE 



THOMPSON, EARLE 
UCHELLO, SAMMY 



New Orleans, La. 

Thibodaux, La. 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

New Orleans, La. 



Yazoo City, Miss. 

New Orleans, La. 

Chalmette, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

New Iberia, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
Biloxi, Miss. 




Juniors 



ABBRECHT, RICHARD 
ALICE, GERRY 
ARGHIERE, BERNARD 
BATINICH, MARY ANN 



BURNETTE, BERYL 
CASEY, ROY 
CELANO, JOE 
CHOPIN, ROBERT 



CHRISTEN, MARY ANNE 
CLABEAU, JOHN 
COLSON, ELLEN 
DIEMENTE, DIANE 



Hazlet, N.J. 
New Orleans, La. 

Tampa, Fla. 
New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 



Chalmette, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Waveland, Miss. 

Arlington Heights, Illinois 




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DUBROC, PAUL 
FOSHBERG, ORIN L. 
FRASER, STEVEN 



GOOD1ER, GLENN 
HAMBURGER, PAUL 
HAYDEL, CECILIA 



HEDRICK, EILEEN 
HUGHES, YVONNE 
IAGRAHAM, JOSEPH 




Juniors 



ITTEL, LEON 
JONES, JILL 
LaNASA, CAROL 



LaNASA, GLORIA 
LeBON LAWRENCE, III 
LORIO, PHIL 



McCOLLISTER, PEGGY 
MADONIA, THOMAS 
MAGINNIS, ROBIN 



Chalmette, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

River Edge, N.J. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La: 



Berwyn, Pa. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Camden, Arkansas 
New Orleans; La. 
New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Long Beach, Miss. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
New Orleans, La. 



MANCUSO, LOUIS 
MARASCO, BRUNO 
MASHBURN, JACK 
MERCARIO, BONNIE 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Hammond, La. 

Metairie, La. 



300 




Bob Nimmer admires book- 
store art. 



Juniors 



MIRANDA, MARK 
MULHERN, PATRICK 
MUNCEY, PAUL 
MURPHY, JOAN 


New Orleans 
Ridgewood, 
Miami, 
New Orleans 


La 
N.J 
Fla. 

La 


O'DWYER, ASHTON 
O'DWYER, RUDOLPH 
PARFAIT, LLOYD 
RAPP, STEPHEN 


New Orleans, 

New Orleans, 

New Orleans 

Fort Lauderdale, 


La. 
La. 
La. 
Fla. 


RASPANTI, ILENE 
ROQUES, JEANNE 
SCHEUERMANN, DENNIS 
SCHOEN, SUSAN 


New Orleans, 

Slidell, 

New Orleans, 

New Orleans, 


La. 
La. 
La. 
La. 


STUART, CASEY 
STUCKE, EDWARD 
WEIGAND, EUGENE III 
WEST, BRENT 


New Orleans, 

New Orleans, 

New Orleans, 

Indiatlantic, 


La. 
La. 
La. 
Fla. 




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ANDING, RUTH 
ANZELMO, THOMAS 
ARLT, KERRY 
BAXTER, RICE 



BENNETT, BARBARA 
BOEHMER, WILLIAM 
BULLITT, EDWARD 
BURKE, FRANK, JR. 



DROPPELMAN, SANDY 
DUGGAN, JOSEPH 
EARLY, THOMAS 
GALBO, GLORIA 



GAZTAMBIDE, JOSE 
GOOTEE, DANIEL 
GRECO, ANITA 
GRIFFITH, STEVEN 



Sophomores 



San Pedro, Honduras 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

Miami, Fla. 



Dallas, Texas 

Metairie, La. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



BURKE, RICHARD 


New Orleans, 


La. 


BURST, TIM 


Batesville, Ind 


ana 


CARLOCK, VICTOR 


New Orleans, 


La. 


CARUSO, RONALD 


New Orleans, 


La. 



CHAMBERS, MIM1 


Houston, Texas 


CHARBONNET, SUZI 


New Orleans, La. 


CUCCIA, RICHARD 


New Orleans, La. 


DAN1ELL, RONALD 


Atlanta, Ga. 



DAUPHIN, DAVID 


New Orleans, La. 


DECOTEAU, MARY 


New Orleans, La. 


DENOUX, GWEN 


New Orleans, La. 


DONOHUE, MICHAEL 


Houston, Texas 



Louisville, Kentucky 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Rio Piednos, Puerto Rico 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Destrehon, La. 



302 



Sophomores 



HINCKLEY, BUNNY 
PREJEAN, VARNEY 
HOWARD, RICHARD 
KNOBBCH, CHIP 



LAGARDE, FRANK 
LASSEIGNE, GEORGE A. Ill 
LEFTWICH, KERRY 
LEVY, CASEY 



MACALUSO, FRANK 
McARDLE, PATRICK 
MANNING, PAT 
MATTINGLY, GEORGE 



MOLERO, NATALIE 
MONIER, BRULE 
MORAN, EARL 
NIMMER, BOBBY 



OHLMEYER, DAVID 
O'MALLEY, JOHN 
REMY, KAREN 
RHODES, TOM 



Baton Rouge, La. 

Westwego, La. 

Slidell, La. 

Jackson, Mississippi 



Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Laplace, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 




New Orleans, La. 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

New Orleans, La. 

Atlanta, Ga. 





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Sophomores 


ROUPRICH, MICHAEL 
SALLINGER, RICKEY 
SALVAGGIO, RODNEY 
SCHRADER, AL-KENNA 


New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Washington, D.C. 


SHARPE, ALBERT 
STEEN, CLARK 
STRECKFUS, LILY 
TATE, LLOYD 


New Orleans, La. 
Metairie, La. 
Metairie, La. 
Metairie, La. 


TATUM, THOMAS 
TOPPINO, DANIEL 
TRABULSI, JUDY 
TURPIN, STEPHEN 


Plantation, Fla. 

Key West, Fla. 

Houston, Texas 

New Orleans, La. 


VANEEPOEL, AUGUST 
WAGUESPACK, EVERETT, JR. 
WALTER, DOUGLAS 
WAKEMAN, RICHARD 


Tampa, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Columbus, Ga. 


WARREN, RICHARD 
WATSON, RICHARD 
WEBRE, WAYNE 
WEGMANN, WILLIAM JR. 


New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 


WOODS, GERALD 
YAHN, MARION 
YARED, MARY LOU 
ZAPPI, LUIS 


New Orleans, La. 

Columbus, Ohio 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

New Orleans, La. 



304 




"I've been so 
sick, sir." 



Freshmen 



BALSAMO, GLENN 
BONO, GARY 
BOSIO, CAROL 



BOUDREAUX, LAUREL 
BOURQUE, FRANCIS 
BURKART, LOUIS 



CARACCI, VINCENT 
CARDARONELLA, ANTOINETT 
CHOPIN, RICHARD 



CLARK. WALLACE 
CRANE, MARY 
CUDMORE, WILLIAM 



DELL'OSSO, MARIO 
DEMAREST, JOHN 
DESSAUER, DONNIE 



New Orleans, La. 

Harahan, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Marrero, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Marblehead, Mass. 

New Orleans, La. 

Lewiston, N.Y. 



Galveston, Texas 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 




305 



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"There are two reasons 
why I am flunking you." 




EGAN, JANE 
FISCHER, SUSAN 
GAZTAMBIDE, PETER 
GIARRAPUTO, CARL 



GOLEMI, FRANK 
GREEN, CONCHETTA 
HARMON, MICHAEL 
HERNANDEZ, ANTHONY 



JACKSON, JOE 
KATTAN, DARLENE 
LOMONACO, JAMES 
LOVE, CRISPIN 



LUSKY, RICHARD 
MARCHESE, MARLAINE 
MARES, WILLIAM 
MORA, RONALD 



Freshmen 



New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico 

New Orleans, La. 



Metairie, La. 

Garyville, La. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Dallas, Tex. 

Stamford, Conn. 



Edison, N.J. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



306 



Freshmen 




MOULEDOUX, WARREN 


New Orleans, La. 


O'CONNOR, JOHN 


New Orleans, La. 


O'HARA, VINCE 


Palm Beach, Fla. 


PERRIER, JIM 


Harahan, La. 


PORET, RAYMOND, JR. 


New Orleans, La. 


PRIEUR, JUDY 


New Orleans, La. 


PRINGLE, REED 


New Orleans, La. 


RADETICH, KATHY 


New Orleans, La. 


RAINES, TRISHA 


Little Rock, Ark. 


RICCA, FRANK 


St. Louis, Mo. 


ROHAN, PATRICIA 


Coral Gables, Fla. 


RUSHING, CATHEY 


New Orleans, La. 


SANTELLI, THOMAS 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


SCHEXNAYDER, BRUCE 


New Orleans, La. 


SCHINDLER, SUSAN 


New Orleans, La. 


SCHREIBER, GERARD, JR. 


New Orleans, La. 


SCULLY, MATTHEW 


New Orleans, La. 


SHERO, SUSAN 


Tia Juana, Venezuela 


STEVENS, GORDON 


New Orleans, La. 


TROSCLAIR, MARK 


Norco, La. 


TROY, JOHN, JR. 


New Orleans, La. 


WHITE, DONNA 


Jacksonville, Fla. 


WOOD, KATHRYN 


Jacksonville, Fla. 




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DR. VICTER HALPERIN, D.D.S. 
Dean 



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School of Dentistry 





Faculty 



BUTLER, BRUCE B. 
CARVEL, ROSA 
CLYNES, JAMES D.D.S 



COPELAND, FRANKLIN, D.D.S. 
EASTMAN, R. F. D.D.S. 
IRELAND, EDWARD Ph.D. 



ODENHEIMER, KURT 
OHLMEYER, LAURIE 
RODRIGUEZ, MARIO 




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Above: Self-confidence and skill come through many hours of practical experience. Right: The 
dental student studies the shape and precision of the human mouth. 



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ackson, K. 
Row 4: P. 



Juniors 



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Row 3: W. LeBrun Jr E Koofler H H, m h« T r.' I" , a ' .. J av ? loro ' J ' Hammack, L. Boudreaux, B. Polito, B. Mitchell, F. Davis, L. Finkbeiner. 

J ZafferJr J Allen C C™ I 9 4 , ^' J ' Bnen ' M ' Haighf ' T ' Towns ' J ' Mudler - C Scar Peill, J - Y °""9 "«. C. Yarbrough. Row 4- 

Jr., j. Allen, C. Comeaux jr., T. Troxler, j. Neale, E. Elland, S.Coppejans, J. Hendricks, R. Ory, j. Gardiner, J Gennaro. 



310 



Sophomores 




Row 1; B. Barrois, J. Barron, G. Billeaud, D. BIythe, J. Braud, E. Burvant, C. Charbonnet. Row 2: J. Conly, J. Corbett, Ken Crawley, J. Dumas, R. 
Farmer, J. Gill is, C. Glassmeyer. Row 3: C. Gonsoulin, T. Hartsfield, E. Hebert, J. Holmes, E. Ireland, W. Jakiela, B. Johnson, M, Kadair. Row 4: B. 
Karam, T. Kennedy, O. LaPraire, E. Leblanc, J. Longmire, R- Marks, E. Masseter, D. Montgomery. Row 5: W. Montriel, C. Newman, M. O'Brien, R. 
O'Brien, J. Ourso, J. Peterson, C. Pratt, M. Rabalais. Row 6: K. Ramseavoy, W. Schmidt, R. Short, K. Smith, K. Stephens, L. Sumrall. Row 7: G. Tate, 
J. Vacca, M. Vincent, F. Waggoner, J. Williams, J. Williamson, J. Yandell. 



Freshmen 








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Row 7: M. Miroue, M. Sheen, J. Flowers, L. Germany, G. De Jean, D. Trahan, H. Nelson, N. Dragon, E. Sherman, R. Watske, R. Foret. Row 2: L. 
Keigley, R. Romero, G. Zeringue, J. Boza, J, Hilderbrand, J. Ory, T. Murphee, R. McMinn, T. Bush, J. Kiser. Row 3: J. Gregory, R. McKay, M. Nails, 
W. Hall, D. Guidry, J. Frank, J. McGinnis, G. LaBorde, R. Critchey, D. White. Row 4: P. Clark, R. Woessner, W. Bennett, W. J. De Paula, C. 
Marcello, M. Fernandez, R. Bergeron, H. Goodwin, D. Harris, E. Estche, P. Crawford. Row 5: J. Florence, K. Barton, L. LeBlanc, G. Landry, G. 
Fischer, P. Lahaye, E. Vocke, C. Hilton, D. Harris, B. Land, R. Troxler, R. Smith. 



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Dean 



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School of Law 



Faculty 



BROWN, BRENDAN D. Phil. 
EAST, CLARENCE LL.B. 
HIEGEL, S. J. LOUIS J.CD. 



Mc AULAY, JOHN 
THOMS, WILLIAM E. LL.B. 





ANDINO, JULIO 
BARTHOLOMEW, HAROLD 
BARRY, MICHAEL 
BILLON, HENRI 



BYRNES III, WILLIAM H. 
CARNEY, JOHN 
COCHRAN, FLETCHER 
CONWAY, JAMES 



CUCULLU, KAREN 
DALLAM, ROGER 
DeFRANCESCH, FRED R. 
DEMORUELLE, JOHN E. 



DE SALVO, FRANK 
DESHOTELS, O. H. Ill 
FIASCONARO, PAUL 
GARRETSON, CHARLES 



Seniors 



Havana, Cuba 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Staten Island, N.Y. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Ville Platte, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Kaplan, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Monroe, La. 



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GILLETTE, J. WAYNE 
GISEVIUS, JANE 
KEYSER, GARY 



KNIGHT, KAREN L. 
KNOLL, A. JEANETTE 
KORETSKY, I. HAROLD 



TARANTO, JACOB III 
WILLIAMS, LYWN 
WINGERTER, DONALD S. 



Seniors 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Gretna, La. 

Marksville, La. 

Metairie, La. 



MANCUSO, WAYNE D. 


Kenner, La 


PITTELKOW, PATRICK 


New Orleans, La 


READ, MICHAEL 


New Orleans, La 



REISGEN, CYRIL 


Kenner, La 


RICHARD, DON 


New Orleans, La 


STRAYHAN, HARVEY 


Shreveport, La 



New Orleans, La. 
Baton Rouge, La. 
New Orleans, La. 




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Law students in a "contracts" 
class. 



314 



Juniors 



ANDRUS, ALEX 


Opelousas, La 


ALLMAND, DON 


New Orleans, La 


BACINO, BAZILE 


New Orleans, La 



BLACK, ROBERT 
BLANCHARD, JOHN 
CHAUPPETTE, SAM 



CLEMENTE, NICHOLAS 

DAVID, ROBERT 

DE LA GUARDIA, FRANK 



FRITZ, ROBERT 
GEWIN, LAWERENCE 
GREY, CHARLES 



LACOUR, ROBERT 
LAIRD, MICHAEL 
LYNCH, JAMES 



MESSINA, ANTHONY 
O'REGAN, ROCKY 
SARRAT, MICKY 



THIERRY, OVERTON 
WHITTINGTON, RONALD 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Marrero, La. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

New Roads, La. 

Panama 



New Orleans, La. 

Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

New Orleans, La. 



Kenner, La. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Opelousas, La. 
New Orleans, La. 




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315 




ADAMS, TED 
AMATO, JACOB J. 
BLANKE, JOHN 



BLASI, THOMAS 
BROUSSARD, DON 
CAMPOS, ARIEL 



CARUSO, DAVID 
COURTRIGHT, ELLIOTT 
DELSA, THOMAS 



DUCOTE, WAYNE 
DUPLANTIER, MICHAEL 
FUNKEY, MIKE 



Freshmen 



Camp Hill, Pa. 

Harahan, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Gueydan, La. 

Kenner, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 



DEVELLE, JOCELYN 


New Orleans, La 


DIEBOLD, MARY ANNE 


New Orleans, La 


DORSEY, MICHAEL 


Corpus Christi, Tex 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
Sugar Grove, III. 



GASCON, H. C. 


Plaquemine, La. 


GEGENHEIMER, JON 


Gretna, La. 


HECKER, JOSEPH 


Baton Rouge, La. 



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Studying for the bar exam. 



Freshmen 



KITE, MARY 
MOORE, JAMES 
NOLAN, MICHAEL 



PISANO, CHUCK 
ROBERTS, KENNETH 
SAIA, FRANK 



THEARD, JR. HAROLD E. 
VINCENT, WILLIAM E. 
WIEGAND, CHARLES 



Monroe, La. 

Vicksburg, Miss. 

Gretna, La. 



Paterson, N.J. 

Luling, La. 

Baton Rouge, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 




317 




College of Music 



Faculty 



Mccarty, Patrick, Ph.D. 




Seniors 



ARMBRUSTER, TONI 
BETANCOURT, CARMEN 
BOUDREAUX, LOGAN 



BREAUX, GAYLE 
DELGALLO, GENEVIEVE 
GLORIOSO, SARAH 



TILIAKOS, ALEXANDER 
VAUTHIER, VICKIE 
VLAHOS, PHOTINE 



New Orleans, La. 
Havana, Cuba 
Thibodaux, La. 



Supreme, La. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Yazoo City, Miss. 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Biloxi, Miss. 




Juniors 



ARNBER, JANE 
ARNBER, JUDEE 
BARBALICH, LINDA 



BELSOM, BILL 
ETHEREDGE, MILDRED 
LELL, ALICE 
TAMMETTA, RAY 



Lafayette, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Luling, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Metairie, La. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 




319 




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ARCENEAUX, CHERYL 
CROUERE, KAY 
DILLENKOFFER, JUDY 



FLEMING, SHIRLEY 
MORALES, CHARMAINE 
O'DWYER, AAAUREEN 



THOMAS, JANICE 



Sophomores 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Jackson, Miss. 




Left: Loyola band entertains students at lunchtime. Above: Music students show 
their talents in opera workshop. 



320 



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Loyola band at rehearsal. 



Freshmen 



ANDREE, NATHALIE 
BROUSSARD, KERRY 
CARUSO, JO 



COLLINS, ALICE 
GIBBINS, GRETCHEN 
GROSS, MARSHA 



JOHNSON, LINDA 
KILIAN, MARY ANN 
LACOSTE, CHERYL 



LEHON, PAT 
LUTHER, MIKE 
MASON, JOHN 



SEHER, RONALD 
STOVER, BENJAMIN S. 
THOSCLAIR, ANGELLE 



New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

New Orleans, La. 

Chalmette, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 

Dallas, Texas 

New Orleans, La. 



Metairie, La. 

Mobile, Ala. 

New Orleans, La. 




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RAYMOND P. WITTE, Ph.D. 
Director 



«3»~ 




Evening Divisio 



Seniors 



ARMBRUSTER, ROBERT 


Metairie, 


La. 


BASCUSA, ERNEST W. 


New Orleans, 


La. 


BRADY, JOHN EDW. 


Boston, Mass. 


CARUSO, LOUIS J. 


New Orleans, 


La. 


CERNIGLIA, JOSEPH 


Gretna, 


La. 


CONDON, RICHARD 


New Orleans, 


La. 


FOURMAUX, MELVIN K. 


New Orleans, 


La. 


GERACI, NICHOLAS 


New Orleans, 


La. 


HAYDEL, SIMON A., JR. 


Gretna, 


La. 


IMBORNONE, CHARLES A. 


New Orleans, 


La. 


LARROQUE, URBAN, JR. 


New Orleans, 


La. 


LOICANOI, ANTHONY 


New Orleans, 


La. 


McNABB, D. RALPH, JR. 


Gretna, 


La. 


MADERE, LANSDALE 


New Orleans, 


La. 


OLIVERI, F. J., JR. 


Arabi, 


La. 


PEYROULET, MARIE 


New Orleans, 


La. 


SCHMITT, SIDNEY 


Metairie, 


La. 


SHEAN, WALTER M. II 


New Orleans, 


La. 


WHITNEY, ROBERT 


New Orleans, 


La. 



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Juniors 



CHAMBERS, FRED T. 
GORMAN, DEMUND III 
HAND, PETER A. 
HITZMON, JUDY 



New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 










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LOICANO, FELIX 
MENDOZA, AIFREDA 
TOYE, HELEN 



CANTRELLE, NELSON J., JR. 
CASS, DENISE 
CASTELIN, SUSAN 



COLEMAN, AUDREY 
FAIRCHILD, CHARLES 
FONTANA, SALVADO R. 



PIKE, MARILYN 
TURNER, IRIS 
WILSON, FRANK 



DALTON, CLARENCE 
FAASCH, ALFRED R. 
LeBLANC, SUZANNE 



RUSS, HENRY 
VOLK, PEGGY 



Juniors 



New Orleans, La. 

Metairie, La. 

New Orleans, La. 



Sophomores 



Harvey, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Marrero, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Freshmen 



Marrero, La. 
New Orleans, La. 
New Orleans, La. 



Chicago, III. 
Lou is la, La. 



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Students 



JUNG, RONALD 
MINO, WILLIAM 
SCHEXNAYDER, EARL 



SMITH, ROBERT G. 



Graduate Studies 



New Orleans, La. 

Long Beach, Calif. 

AAetairie, La. 



New Orleans, La. 




Left: "Sometimes I just don't believe my eyes." Far left: 
Another thrilling evening division class. Below: There are 
those who are searching for knowledge every moment. 




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Organizations 

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Beta Beta Beta 

HONORARY BIOLOGY SOCIETY 

President Donald H. Mahoney 

Vice-President Robert Luten 

Secretary Mary Lee Vance 

Treasurer Randy Randall 



Tom Ahlfeld 



Ann Bauer 



Charles Berg 




Mary Henderson Rene Loyola 



Don Mahoney Kathy Meisner 



Randy Randall 




Alpha Sigma Nu 

NATIONAL JESUIT HONOR SOCIETY 

President Richard Ness 

Vice-President Howard Linzy 

Secretary Gary Sanders 

Treasurer Howard Maestri 



Donald Borey Howard Linzy 



Ed McGehee 




Howard Maestri Louis Meyer Richard Ness Gary Sanders 



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Charles Flink II 



Sigma Pi Sigma 

PHYSICS HONOR SOCIETY 

President Sam M. Musso 

Vice-President Charles W. Flink II 

Secretary Ken L. Hainebach 

Treasurer Michael H. Ripp 

PA 

Don Borey Cathy Cochran Jay Dervaes 




Tim Fontenot 



Kern Hainebach 




Tom Dunn 



Lynn Fitzpatrick 



RhoPhiTheta 

HONORARY MATHEMATICS FRATERNITY 

President Michael S. Salvador 

Vice-President , Donald Borey 

Secretary Sylvia Pettijean 

Treasurer Jerry Mirkel 




Martha Gehrke 



Kathleen Hall 






Larry LeBIane 



Antonio Lopez 



Carlette Lazarone 




Alida Neveu 




Sylvia Pettijean 



Carol Schreiner 



James Stover Donald Strohmeyer 



Judy Taaffe 



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Charles Noullet 



Elmer Poche, Jr. 











Howard Maestri Thomas Masilla, Jr. 



Beta Gamma Sigma 

NATIONAL HONORARY BUSINESS FRATERNITY 

President Gail E. Albritton 

Vice-President Julian Le Saicherre 

Secretary Howard Maestri 

Treasurer Professor W. P. Carr 



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Toni Armbruster Linda Barbalich 

Phi Beta 

NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL MUSIC AND 
SPEECH FRATERNITY 

President Toni Armbruster 

Vice-President Judy Baron 

Secretary Sarah Glorioso 

Treasurer Carmen Betancourt 






Judy Baron Carmen Betancourt Sarah Glorioso 




Alice Lell 



Charmaine Morales 




Vicki Vauthier 



Pam Wright 




Ted Burns 



John Newkirk 



C.Victor Vignes 

ODONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY 

President Paul J. Walters 

Vice-President Ralph D. Jackson 

Secretary Theodore Burns 

Treasurer John Newkirk 




Kenny Oswald Paul Walters 



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Tom Ahlfeld 



Charles Berg 



James Brungardt 



Ronald Cygan 



Richard Davies 




Robert Head 





Louis Perez 




Richard LeBoeuf Rene Loyola Kathy Meisner 

Agramonte 

PRE-MEDICAL HONOR SOCIETY 

President Richard Davies 

Vice-President James Brungardt 

Secretary Thomas Ahlfeld 

Treasurer Ronald Cysan 



Richard Ness 






Don Greco 



George Kanaly 






Ronald Nabonne 



Tim Stuart 



Brent West 



Ron Kohl Arthur Mann 

Scabbard & Blade 

President Donald Greco 

Vice-President Laurence Mazzeno 

Secretary Donald Borey 

Treasurer Thomas G. Gorden 



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Bernard Flint Ronald Lauland 

Cross Keys 

NATIONAL HONOR SERVICE FRATERNITY 

President Ronald J. Lauland 

Vice-President Isabella Rogyom 

Secretary Yvette Hardin 

Treasurer Harold Dittmann 




Landsdale Madere 



Egan McGehee 



Marie Peyroulet 




Charles Noullet 




Gerald Salles 



Elmer Poche, Jr. 




Sidney Schmift 



Ed Anderson 

Thirty Club 

HONORARY JOURNALISM SOCIETY 

President Ferrel Guillory 

Vice-President Ed Anderson 

Secretary Guy Labatut 

Treasurer Sheryl Butler 




Sheryl Butler 



Ferroll Guillory 



Guy Labatut 




Karla Vulliet 



John Wiemann 



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Dariann Ballina Mary Ann Danowitz Mary Fiser Lynn Fitzpatrick Linda Favaloro 




Cardinal Key 

President Lynn Fitzpatrick 

Vice-President Mary Fiser 

Secretary Pat McNamara 

Treasurer Jane Maher 



Charlotte Joint Janie Maher 




Randy Randall Kathy Sullivan Judy Taaffe Ann Zimorski 





L. Boudreaux J. E. Brady 




Ted Burns Ariel Campos Louis Meyer 

Blue Key 

President Louis Meyer 

Vice-President John Brady 

Secretary Bill Mora 

Treasurer Don Donaldson 



Mike Nolan Frank Oliveri 



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Evening Division 
Student 
Committee 

President Ronald Lauland 

Vice-President Susan Castelin 

Secretary Marie Peyroulet 

Treasurer Frank Oliveri 



First row, left to right: Susan Castelin, Elaine Davis, Sylvia Higgins, Jeri Russell, Helen Toye. Second 
row: Linda Castelin, Marie Peyroulet, Ronald Lauland, Charles Imborne, Frank Oliveri, Jr., Justin 
C. Karr, Jr. 




Women's 
Recreation 
Association 

President Joan Bono 

Vice President Penny Childress 

Secretary Debbie MiJIer 

Treasurer Randy Randall 



First row, left to right: Debbie Miller, Penny Childress, Joan Bond, Randy Randall, Jennie Caire. 
Second row: Nancy Barnette, Merlene Prenger, Casey Sullivan, Cathy Cochran, Elaine Fry, Peggy 
Hoskins. 



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Cheerleaders 



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Gold. Above: Dee Diemente, Kathy Hall, Karen Klement and Susan Willie line up for "Let's Go!" 



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Upper left-. Patty Rubiano, Linda Newchurch and Alicia Lagueruela dance to the strains of "Win- 
chester Cathedral." Upper right: Joanie Maroney and Marian Hale give their pompoms an artful 
twist. Left: The Wolfette drill turns into an interesting chorus line. Above: Wolfettes circle the 
basketball court in a difficult drill. 



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Wolf Radio 

Station Manager George Pearson 

Program Director Jeff Sinclair 

Row I: Jeff Sinclair, George Pearson, Darya Smythe, 
Joanne Cotter, Alan Vera, Laura Tabio, Rick Lind, Rudy 
Elder, Dave Caruso. Row 2: Larry Zani, David Nemanich, 
Ted Stacy, Paul Thompson, Ray Poret, Alan Wester, John 
Gillon. Row 3: Paul Doll, Jim Swinnen, Tom Struve, Joe 
Deal, Larry Maloney, Joe Malinda, Jeff Bray. 



Loyola University 
Student Historical 
Association 



President Howard Linzy 

Vice-President Robert Dupont 

Secretary Eva Gallagher 

Left to right: Malcolm Childress, Mary Fiser, Howard 
Linzy, Dee Overdyke. 



Spiritus 

President Bruno Marasco 

Vice-President Kathleen Grunsky 

Secretary j ane Michel 

Treasurer John Wiemann 

Row I, right to left: John Wiemann, Kathleen Grunsky, 
Bruno Maresco, Charlie Magarahan, Kathy Avegno, Liz 
Palermo, Everett Waguespack, Rickey Sallinger, Barbara 
Georges, Janice Thomas. Row 2: Sheik Richardson, Rick 
Gordon, Jeri Gaudet, Tom Anzelmo, Kerry Broussard, 
Clark Steen, Sylvia McCardell, Suzanne Genevay, Suzanne 
Roth, Larue Kohl, Nancy Cushwa. Row 3: Rev. J. C. Carter, 
S.J., Ed Boos, Nancy Barnette, Barbara Bell, Nancy Bahr' 
Patty Rohan, Hilda Dore, Larry Zani, Tom Cassidy, Alicia 
Laguervela, Connie Regan, George Lasseigne. 




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Beta Alpha Psi 

President Nicholas Palerm 

Vice-President Gail Albritto 

Secretary p. J. Ciacc 

Treasurer S ue Hrapman 



Row 7, / to r: Nicholas Palermo, Gail Albritton, P. J. Ciaccic 
Sue Hrapmann. Row 2: William McSweeney, Joe Murphy 
Donald Oster. 



Loyola 

University 

Amateur 

Radio Club 

President .- Alfred Messine 

Secretary Pat Giangrossc 

Treasurer James Listzwar 

Row 1, I to r: Kathy Czosnek, Pat Giangrosso, Kathryn Meisner, 
Diane Territo. Row 2; Bill Friedman, Jim Listzwan, Sam AAusso 
Fred Messina. 



National 

Collegiate 

Association 

of Secretaries 

President Pat Peltie 

Vice-President Mary Ann Christer 

Secretary Pat Donahue 

Treasurer Jo Ellen Tallancicr 

Row 7, / to r: Pat Peltier, Mary Ann Christen, Pat Donahue 
Jo Ellen Taliancich, Gloria La Nasa. Row 2: Janie Maher 
Merlene Prenger, Jill Jones, Ellen Colson, Gerry Alice. 



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Delta Sigma Pi 



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Row 1, I to r: Joseph Ingraham, Donald Oster, Phil Lorio, T. Casey Stuart, Nicholas Palermo, Paul Dubroc, Russell Boudoin, Joseph 

Deihl. Row 2: Everett Waguespack, Chip Knoblock, David Dauphin, William McSweeney, Joseph Murphy, Larry Herbert, John Carter, 

Clifford Giffin, Jeffrey M. Rae, Orin Fosberg. Row 3: Stephen Turpin, Jack Clabeau, Steve Griffith, Ed Harris, Bruce Monier, Bill 
Thomas, Jim Corbett, Tom Cannon, Frank Inacalieso. 



President Joseph Ingraham 

Vice-President Don Oster 

Secretary T. Lusey Stuart 

Treasurer Nicholas Palermo 




MARY ANNE CHRISTEN 
Rose of Delta Sigma Pi 



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Delta Sigma Delta 

Grand Master Ted Burns 

Worth/ Master Steve Zieman 

Scribe Mike Hebert 

Treasurer Richard Akin 

Row ?, / to r: , 5 eter Tufton, Mike Hebert, Eric Leblanc, 
Conway Yarborough, Robert Mitchell, Bob Barry, Bill 
DeLage, Ed Kofler, Eddy Brown. Row 2: Richard Akin, 
Boyd Favaloro, Mike Haight, Jimmy Hammack, A. J. 
Kreller, Cy Young, Huey Dayves, Steve Zieman. Row 3: 
Richard Brasher, Don Donaldson, Steve Campbell, Dennis 
Warner, Joe Zoffate, Toolie Towns, David Doerle, Billy 
Williams. Row 4: Ted Burns, Jimmy Buen, Ed Eiland, 
Snookie Hendricks, Ray Couvillion, Jim Mudler, Robert 
Ory, Butch Polito. 



Row 7, / to r; Pat Crawford, John Franck, Harry Goodwin, 
Richard Farmer, Mack Nails, Mike Fernadez, Lynn LaBlanc, 
Jeff Williamson, Bob McKay, Jerri Hilburn. Row 2, I to 
Larry Sumerall, Oliver Laprairie, Ronnie Kennedy, Fred 
Drews, Larry Germany, Ken Crawley, Joe Holmes, Carl 
Gonsulin, Jim Gilles, Tod Hartsfield, John Braud. Row 3, 
/ to r; Don Harris, Donald Timberlake, Mike Vincent, 
Bill Karem, Jim Vacca, Bill Barrios, Mike Kadiar, Ken 
Ramsey, Randy O'Brien. Row 4, / to r: Myron Sheen, 
Douglas Guidry, Clay Charbonnet, James Florence, Wilfred 
Mantrell, Jack Longmire, Robert Ourso, Carl Glasmeyer, 
Jim Yandell, E. J. LeBlanc. Row 5, / to r; Peter Bennet, 
Ed Hebert, James Dumas, Merv Rabalais, Pete Peterson, 
Don Montgomery, Ed Savoy, Walt Jakiela, Ronnie Britsch, 
Roderick Smith. Row 6, / to r: Philip Lahaye, Porter 
Waggoner, Claude Pratt, Ken Stephan, Mike Magginis, 
Bobby McMinn, Ronnie Marks, Tommy Murphree, Chuck 
Hilton. Row 7, / to r: Rudy Weston, Dan Byrd, George 
Fisher, Bob Troxler, Paul Clarke, Tommy Bush. 








Psi Omega 

President George Webster 

Vice-President Paul Walters 

Secretary John Neale 

Treasurer Lance Sherman 

Row }, I to r, Francis Janus, John Hudson, George Bil- 
leaud, Ralph Jackson, James Kiser, Gerald Boza, Jr., 
Gregory Zeringue. Row 2, I to r, John Schilthuis, James 
Conly, Tommy Darbonne, Thomas Adams, Lawrence Keig- 
ley, Robert Foret, Joseph DePaula. Row 3, / to r, Frank 
Davis, Curtis Zeringue, Ronald Critchly, George AAaruschak, 
Douglas Guidry, John Gennaro, Robert Bergeron, Roy 
Figuered. Row 4, I to r, James Listzwan, Russel Romero, 
Ed Volke, John Neale, Craig Marcello, Ed White, Dan 
Buras, David Strange. 



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Tribune John Unsworth 

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Row 1, / to r.- John Unsworth, Michael Read, John Carney. Row 2: Michael Nolan, Michael Hayes, J. C. Sullivan, Fletcher Cochran. 




Psi Phi 

President Ron Smith 

Vice-President Ed Jeansonne 

Secretary Douglas Kemp 

Treasurer Mickey Herin 




Row 1; I to r; Ron Smith, Ed Jeansonne, Doug Kemp, Mickey Herin, David Blythe, Lou Kreig, Ed 
Burvant, Richard Finkbeiner, Mike O'Brien. Row 2; Huey Lowery, Dr. Guy Ribando, Ed Richardson, 
John Newkirk, John Ivanhoe, Ed Massett, Ed Iceland, Louis Galvan, Robert Johnson. 



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ROTC Rifle Team 




Coach . . . 

First Sgt. Alleyn Wallaa 
Captain . . . 

Peter Perea 



Kneeling: Warren Browning, Lon Adams, Peter Perea, Frank Ochamann. Standing: First Sgt. Alleyn Wallace, Roy Douville, 
Charlie Miller, Mario Dell'Osso. 



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President . . . 

Eileen Sykes 
Vice-President . . . 

Charlotte Joint 
Secretary . . . 

Barbara Bennett 
Treasurer . . . 

Gail Albritton 



Row 1, I to r, Eileen Sykes, Gail Albritton, Beryl Burnette, Barbara Bennett, Marion Yahn. Row 2, I to r, Kerry Leftwich, 
Cecilia Haydel, Yvonne Zoellner, Anita Greco, Gwen Denoux, Jeanne Roques. 



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Elementary Education Club 



President . . . 

Hope Sewell 
Vice-President . . . 

Kathy Bloemer 
Secretary . . . 

Susan Ipsen 



Row 
Sewe 



Mary Kelly, Kathy Bloemer, Hope 
Casey Sullivan, Susan Ipsen, Elizabeth 
Moore. Row 2: Charlotte Fischer, Judy Molere 
Joanne Pa estina, Laine Spangler, Adele Harmon, 
Chicky Springer. 




Lambda Sigma Lambda 



President . . . 

Mary Ann Danowitz 
Vice-President . . . 

Mary Lou Yared 
Secretary . . . 

Beryl Burnette 
Treasurer . . . 

Mary Ann Batinich 
Historian . . . 

Margi Dasta 
Parliamentarian . . . 

Charlotte Joint 




Row 1, ; to r, Myrna Moline, Doris Molden, Susan Wheeler, Kathy Rapp, Karen Shaw, Laura Tabio, Patricia Buchonan, Rose- 
anne Colletti, Marilyn Pisano. Row 2, / to r, Barbara Nackley, Barbara Bell, Nancy Bohr, Kathy Gerdts, Charlotte Joint, 
Beryl Burnette, Mary Lou Yared, Mary Ann Danowitz, Janie Maher, Kerry Leftwich, Julie Zamora, Dolores Valtierra, 
Jackie Mouton. Row 3, / to r, Brenda Davis, Virginia Rouchon, Hilda Tonarely, Jane Seifert, Joanne Suvada, Marsha 
Tacon, Patty Rubiano, Joanne Palestina, Diane Goedecke, Toni Thomas, Cindy Morgan, Nancy Barnette, Alida Neveu. 



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Pershing Rifles 

Commander Danny Philips 

Executive Officer . George Kanaly, Jr. 
First Sergeant . . Gustave Callery, Jr. 



Row 1, I ro r: Danny Philips, Philip Mullin, 
Gustave Callery, Paul Thompson, George Thome, 
Francis Bourgue, Jr., David Perret, Lon Adams, 
Luis Campos, Alton Weekley. Row 2: Alan 
Vera, David Dauphin, Ron Ahles, Earl AAoran, 
Joe Dubban, Frank Burke, Steve Attaya, Warren 
Browning, Jeffrey Rae. Row 3: Walter Hooper, 
Ken Stoltz, Stephen Walters, Thomas Amedee, 
John Gniady, Kerry Camarata, Joe Morgan, 
Peter Perea, Kerry Simon. 




Alpha Pi Omicron 

President Gary Sander 

Vice-President . . David Lichtenstein 

Secretary Jerry Merkel 

Treasurer John Simmons 



Row 1 , I to r, Gary Sander, David Lichtenstein, 
Jr., Jerry Merkel, Philip Mullin, John Simmons, 
John P. Mykytka, Ariel Campos, Larry Maloney. 
Row 2, I to r, Michael H. Ripp, Orin L. Fosberg, 
Victor Garcia-Prats, Robert J. Casey, Ernest J. 
Ohlmeyer, Jr., John E. Brady, Bruce M. Guenin, 
Clifford J. Griffin, Jr., Thomas A. Masilla, Jr. 
Row 3, / to r, Frank J. Oliveri, Jr., Leon Ron- 
quillo, Roy Guilliot, Jr., Leon G. Ittel, Jeff Bray, 
Ed Boos, Bill Wegmann, Phil DeLony, Voel 
Moore. 



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Women's Residence Council 




Row 1, I fo r, Karen Waechter, Mary Ann Gayhartt, Judy Taaffe, Sandy Droppelman, Cheryl Zmistowski, Sarah Almon, Mary Ann 
Danowitz. Row 2, / fo r, Kathy Sullivan, Mary Anne Home, Tricia Terry, Cathy McLean, Susan Wheeler, Maureen Costigen, Sally 
Shannon, Joanie Maroney, Kathi Kiernan, Mary Largay. Row 3, / fo r, Patty Rubiano, Sandy Henderson, Mary Henderson, Barbara Bennett, 
Charlotte Simms, Cathy Hennessey, Rosemary Cataldo, Kathy Rapp, Caron Horan, Rue Geary. 



President Judy Taaffe 

Vice-President Sandy Droppelman 

Secrefary Cheryl Zmistowski 

Treasurer Sarah Almon 



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Alpha Mu 

National Music 

Therapy Fraternity 

President Vicky Vauthier 

Vice-President . . Raymond Tammetta 

Secretary Gayle Breaux 

Treasurer Carmen Moore 

Row 1, / fo r, Photive N. Vlahos, Melanie 
Oustalet, Carmen Moore, Vicki Vauthier, Gayle 
Breaux, Alice Lell. Row 2, I to r, Wayne Arti- 
gues, Ben Stover, Ed Mclnnis, Edward Schlotter, 
Raymond Tammetta, Jr. 



Historical 

Sightseeing 

Legion 

President Mike Mulhern 

Treasurer Cathy Hennessey 



Row 1, I to r: Tony Tremorti, Mike Mulhern, 
Cathy Hennessey, Darrell Falterman, Ben La 
Pointe. Row 2, Jose Jastambia, Norm Quan, 
Vince Punaro, Danny Fresquez, Rose Ann 
Colette. 



Michelson 
Physics 
Society 

President Ben LaPointe 

Vice-President Sam Musso 

Secretary Tim Fontenot 

Treasurer Charles Flink 



Row 1, I to r, Mike Cardinale, Sam Musso, 
Tim Fontenot, Ben LaPointe. Row 2, / fo r, 
Darryl Faltermon, Landry Bernard, John Court- 
ade, Leslie Case, Kem Hainebach. 



Men's Residence Council 




Row 1, I to r, Jim Corbett, Tim Bullard, Willy McKniff, John Farley, Lee Stone, Larry Zane, Christopher Pratt, John P. Mykytka, Mark 
Terranella. Row 2, I to r, Charlie Berg, Robert Head, Tom Cannon, Frank Scanlan, Mike Shea, Bill Weaver, Dean Klein, Bob Morrison, 
Mike Harmon. 



President Jim Corbett 

Secretary-Treasurer Tim Bullard 



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Alpha Delta Theta 



President Almeda Britsch 

Vice-President Mary Henderson 

Secretary Janet Babin 

Treasurer Jan Fiegenschue 



Row 1, I to r, Annette Grisoli, Ann Van Vranck- 
en, Jan Fiegenschue, Margaret Louapre, Susan 
Ward, Ann Forcier, Mitzi Britsch, Mary Hen- 
derson, Nancy Gardner, Janet Babin, Jenny 
Caire, Randy Randall, Duane Lozes, Jeanne 
Sandoz. Row 2, / to r, Charlotte Wedge, Myrna 
Moline, Darryl Sholes, Darnell McDaughtery, 
Lynetfe McBride, Josie Morgan, Laura Burn, 
Julie Loehn, Susan Campbell, Carmela Matassa, 
Marcelle Comeaux, Ena Castillo, Pam Macina, 
Frances Wallace, Ellen Gerrity, Debby Guidry. 
Row 3, / to r, Pamela Perrone, Kathy Ward, 
Paulette Perrone, Doris Molden, Janie David, 
Anne Cardiff, Jane Weilbaecher, Debbie Gaden, 
Judy DeGiuli, Betsy Caire, Gail Wilshire, Fran 
Polizzi, Kay Dardis, Merilee Bonura, Maeola 
Perrien, Mary E. Perez. 









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Pre-Dent Society 

President Joseph Anzelmo 

Vice-President William Farrell 

Secretary Ken Schmit 

Treasurer Blair Wolfe 









Row J, I to r, Joseph Anzelmo, William Farrell, 
Ken Schmit, Blair Wolfe, Glenn Schmidt, Glenn 
Stewart. Row 2, I to r, Al Spitale, Jim Thomp- 
son, Roy Guilliot, Jr., Jimmy Epp, Ed Boos, 
Victor Garcia-Prats, Ray Seamon, Jr. Row 3, 
/ to r, Pedro A. Erro, James P. Gertken, Joe 
S. Delahoussaye, Richard A. Mercer, Daniel 
Fresquez, Patrick Ohlenforst, John Grieshaber, 
Henry Wagner, Jr. 



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Row J, / to t, Coral Rodriguez, Gwen Holmes, Barbara Laing, Patsy Kelly. Row 2, I to r, Alicia Baxley, Ann Marie VerreUe, Katie Rayhawk, 
Patricia Ann Garner, Jimmy-Ann Manfch. 

Secondary Education Association 



President Barbara Laing 

Secretary-Treasurer Peggy Hoskins 



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- Editor's 30 - 



As the final moments of the production stage of this book draw 
to a close, my feelings are a mixture of happiness and relief: hap- 
piness from the knowledge of a job well done; relief in the knowl- 
edge that it is finished. This year we, the WOLF staff, have at- 
tempted to present an accurate and complete picture of Loyola. 
I feel that we have succeeded. 

The foundation of any yearbook operation is the photography 
staff. This year photography editor Ed Curda proved this state- 
ment true and more. There aren't words that can express my thanks 
to this boy for the amount of work that he has done. Without him 
we would never have gotten off the ground. His staff — Bill Hunter, 
Pete Perea, Rick Lind, Bob Marshall and Patty Rubiano — put in 
long hours of work and did an outstanding job despite incomplete 
darkroom facilities.- Assistant editor Karla Vulliet provided a steady- 
ing influence for the staff, and she did a fine job for her first year 
on the WOLF. Two four-year veterans bowed out in fine style this 
year. Mary Fiser, favorites editor, performed her usual miracle, 
and sports editor Guy Labatut came in at the beginning of the 
second semester and saved that section from total ruin. Copy 
editor Mary O'Loughlin provided more than copy, and she carried 
more than her share of the burden as deadline approached. Danny 
Philips and Diane Donovan both did fine jobs on their sections. 
Paul Muncey not only did a good job on the Greek section, but he 
was always ready to help any place he could. This would not be 
complete without thanking the staffers who did anything and every- 
thing they could for the book. These girls were the backbone of 
the staff. They are Beth Collins, Barbara Bell, Carol Osborne, Kathi 
Kernan, Marsha Tacon, Mary Catherine Wicker, Barbara Georges 
and Elaine Kolp. I also would like to extend my special thanks to 
Russ Cresson for his darkroom facilities and for pictures when we 
got in a bind. Special thanks go to Mr. Charlie Brennan and the 
Public Relations Department for all the assistance they gave us 
in providing pictures. Last but not least, I want to thank Fred 
Messina and John McCollister for invaluable photographic assist- 
ance; Ron Grubbs, Jim Brice, Dennis Hansen, Raymond Poret and 
Steve Attaya for their indispensable help with photography; and 
Bobby Dupont for the many hours he put in right before deadline. 
Without all of these people, this book would never have become a 
reality. Thank all of you. 

This marks the end of another WOLF, another year. It has been 
a worthwhile experience for all of us on the staff, for myself 
especially. I hope that this book will be a worthwhile experience 
for all connected with Loyola, but, at any rate, this is Loyola 1968. 

— John M. Wiemann II 




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