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PLACEMENT BUREAU LOYOLA UNIVERSITY. LOS ANGELES


published by the associated students of

Loyola University editor art editor photo editor moderator

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iohn blackmer art mcdonough al bowslaugh fr. iames markey, s.i.


A suitabl e definition of Philosophy read s that "it is a science of all things in their ultimate causes."

It would seem th at th e present day trend in general education is the stud y of a ll things, since every subject is now included in some curri culums, but littl e attenti on is paid to the ultimate causes ; the b e~ innin g, the objecti ves of knowledge, and its consequent rc~ p o ns ibilit y . Th erefore, with rncouragem<"nt do we look to the development of Loyola University and kindred edu ca tional centers. As you persevere in th e prese rvation of the fundamentals of knowledge, we ask Cod's choicest bl essings upon you and your efforts. With sincere best wi shes, 1 am Faithfully in Chri st,

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The Ignation Year, 1956, was for Loyola a time of great happenings. Plans for the Cniversity's growth and development on aJl levels were made. The Administration announced that a Student Union would be constructed, and a Library and dormitory building in addition. The Students revi sed their constitution. The Ignation celebration brought Southland Jesuit alumni from all parts of the world together at the University for the Communion-Breakfast. There was a Freedom March for the courageous people of Hungary.

And while these things were happening someone dropped quietly from our midst. He was the man who, more than any other, had been responsible for these things, for it was he who had built Loyola into the community that we know today. He was Lorenzo Malone, S..J.


On the wind-swept, dusty bluffs of Del Rey, Fath er Malone watched and spurred the growth of Loyola to keep pace with the sprawling giant of a metropoli s at it s fe et. He found ed the Roaring Lions, later the llill Foundation, which brought together alumni from as far back a thr

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Garvanza line", in a conce rted effort to keep th e lnivrrsity afloat and a pace with th e tim es.

When Fa ther Malone first came to Loyola, on ly th e Administrati on Building and St. Robert's Hall were built. Today five other buildings- the Chapel of the Sacred Heart, the Memorial Gymnasium, Pereira Hall of Engineering, Sulli van and Huesman Halls- are lasting memorials to hi s work. But, strangely enough, it is not for th ese great memorial s that Lorenzo Malone will be most remembered. It is not for these that future Loyolans will hea r his name spoken with awe. It will be for the spirit, the simpli city and fortitud e with whi ch he carried on the work of his General, Ignatius of Loyola.

As Ignatius saw education as the means of uplifting man to God, so Lorenzo Malone saw the need for the rudiments of education. As Ignatius saw a mankind upraised to receive the Great Benediction, so Lorenzo Malone saw the constant improvement and perfection of this step in that over-all plan; Loyola.

Thus, it is with pride and humility that we dedicate this, our Annual, to Lorenzo Malone of the Society of Jesus. To a benefactor who was also a fri end, to a priest of God and a builder of men: may our work reflect yours, and rna y our pages be as murmured prayers for your eternal rest and happiness! And may you sometimes smil e on us, Loyola's sons, as we shall

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father president At the end of this academic yea r Loyola U ni versity will , as usual , confer degrees upon those whose have com pleted the prescribed work in the arts and sciences, business adm ini stra ti on, engineering, or la w. Certainly we cong ra tul a te our g ra dua tes, but only because they have successfu ll y fu lfilled the req uirements fo r g ra du ati on. W e do not cong ratulate them on the gro und tha t thei r educati on is now complete, beca use it is not, or a t least should not be.

A coll ege education which leaves a man with no a mbiti on for f urthe r lea rning o r with no desire to adva nce save in hi s own narrow occupation is a fa ilure, even th ough it is marked wi th a11 th e tra ppings of cap a nd gown and d iploma. Such a n ed uca tion stunts a man by closing r a ther th a n opening the mind to the l imitless ho rizons of learn ing, by robbing the creature of much of the r ichness of God's creati on . We ea rnestl y hope th at Loyola's g r adua tes of thi s a nd every year have not so much completed as but begun th eir education in its fu llest a nd best sense.

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the ad111inistration

HEY. BOLA ND A. HEED, S..l. Acadrmi(· V ir·(•

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REV. ALrHED J. KJLJ>, S.J . Dean of Men

REV. JOSEPH P. CAIOWI.L, S,J . T r ('aSiu

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HEY. KAHL E. VON drr AilE, S.J. 10

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REV. WI LLIAM J. M ci NTOSH, SJ. Director<>/ the Summer Session

Mit KENNETH ] . CARREIRO Assistant w the President

MI SS CATHEHi i'\ E EMFi\' AKJ·:H Rt•[!,istrar

REV. JOHN E. ODOU, SJ. CIULplain

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REV. ROBERT C. GRAHAM, S.J.

MR. VIRGIL CAUL

Director of Alnmni Relations

Comptroller

COL. JOHN H. BOYLE, U.S.A.F.

MRS. DOROTHY E. O'MALLEY

Professor of Air Science

Librarian

REV. CO RNELI US E. LYNCH, S.J. Vice路 President


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HEV. JOHN H. MAHTI , S.J. Dean of College of Arts and SciNtces

WILBUR R. GA RREll Dean of College of Business Administration

REV. HAROLD F. HYAN, S.J. Director of Graduate Division

DANIEL E. WHELAN, JR. Dean of the College of Engineering

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ROMF.O P. ALLAIW

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in Ch. J路:.. M.S .. l'ft.D. C:h cmis1ry

CASIMIH A. ALMI lAS

ALEX D. ALOIA

WILLIAM D. ASII

l'ft.D. German

B.S.. 1'\'I.S.. l'h.IJ. Educa tion Guidance Center

ll.A .. M.B.A. General Ru.<ill(:.'路'

BOBEHT E. BAHHON

JOSEPII H. BA'rvl'OCLETrJ

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B. of E.E., M.S. in E.E.

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C. BEHRY

Air Science

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M.A. Soecch

M.A. lndtmrial /? elations

l~nginccring

PAUL F. BLACKBUH

HEV. CAHL J. BENECKE, S.J

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HEV. JOSEPH S. BHUSIII路:H, S.J. S.T .I.., l'h.D. 1/i.<lory

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Bit THOMAS BllTI.EH

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B.A .. M.A., Ph.D.

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l'olitiml Sci<'ncc

IJusir11•ss Adminisrmtion

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ANCEL() DI·CEN 1AHO

B.S. in C.E.. M.I3.A., l.T.C.

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Engineering

Air Sdencc

Ph.D. Spfmish

ROBEHT 0. CLEYMA ET

WILLIAM H. COOK

Ph.D. Modem Langtwgcs

JOH N A. DO lOHUE. S.J.

T. H. EHLANDSON

HEV.DAHHELL FI NNECAN,S.J.

CAPT. HOREHT H. GALLIVAN

M.A. Hi.<tory'

A.B., M.A. English

M.A., S.T.L.. Ph.D.

Air Science

Education


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D. C. CHF:CORY Air Science

T / Sgt. MELVIN N. HANKINS

REV. A. J. HUM PII HEYS, S.J.

MAJ. EDWAHD H. JANSEN

Air Science

A.B., M.A., S.T.I.., I'I1.D.

Air Science

Sociology

REV. F. A. J ENKI 1S, S.J.

ALBERT R. JONSEN, S.J.

ALLEN H. JOYCE

M.A., M.S., S.'f.L. , Ph.D.

B.A., M.A.

B.S., M .S. in M.E.

Ph.D.

Biology

Philosophy

Engineering

Biology

HEY. MICHAF.L J. KHISTOVICH , S.J.

JAM ES J. MA IIEH , S.J.

LT. COL. WM. H. MALON拢)

KAVAI\'ACII , S.J.

B.A., M.A.

Air Science

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M.A., S.T.L., .J.C.L.

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Philo.~nJihy

CAHL C. KADNER


REV. JAMES J. MARKEY, S.J. 1\I.A .. S.T.L. Religion

M;Sgt. WILLIAM E. MEISTEH Air Science

HEV. THEODORE J. MAHSHALL, S.J. M.A., B.S. in L.S. Director of Librarie.•

M/ Sgt. fJCHOLAS 1.. MTKOLICH

CHAHLES M. MASTE

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B.A., M.A. Speech

M.A. Philosophy

BR. EUCE E H. MILLEH, S.J.

IIAHLA 'D R. MOSS

Grounds

B.S.. M.S.. Ph.D. Chemistry

Air Science

HEV. JOH N J. O' FAHHELL, S.J. 1\f.A., Ph.D. Education

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FHA 'CIS J. PARRI SH. S.J.

A.B., 1\f.A., LL.D.. S.'f'.B. Religion

HEV. DA ' IEL L. McGLO IN. S.J.

THOMA ' D. PITTS B.S., M.A .. Ph.D. /Jiology

HEV. IIYACINTH PBZYGODA B.A .. M.A., Ph.D. E('(lnomir.•


REV. DONALD F. ST. SURE, S.J . B.Musr., M.A., S.T.I..

M.A., Ph.D., Diplomc de llautcs Etudes lntcrnationales

Classics

Political Science

JOli N E. SAKALY

CA PT. J. W. STIF'I

B.S., M.E.

Air Sriencc

Hnginccring

HEY. A DHEW S.

HEV. IIA NFOIW E.

B.A., M.A., Ph.O.

VIHAGH, S.J.

WECKBACII, S.J.

B.A., M.A.

English

S.T.L. Religion

B.A ., M.A.

Economics

NOHMA N E. WEIT

ll1 athcmatirs

REV. L. CLYDE WEBTS, S.J.

BERT R. WICKER

LAW HE lCE J. WIEHZBICKI

M.S. in E.E.

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B.A., B.S. in M.E., M.A.

Engineering

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Engineering

HEY. MICIIAEL J. ZIMM~H S,

M.A. Religion

S.J.


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A SALUTE TO THEE


THOMAS C. ALLEN San Gabriel Biology Varsity Baseball 2; Frosh Basketball 2; Sodality; Sanctuary Society 4; Knights of Columbus; Wasrnann Biological Society; NFCCS; Glee Club TOM C. A ' DERSON Fullerton Electrical Engineering Sanctuary Society; Sodality or Our Lady; Alpha Sigma Nu; SAE; Mary's Hour WILLTAM A. AR 1 EMA 1 T Honolulu Economics Psychology; Economics Club ; Italian Club ; Boarder Assn.; Librarian GORDO W. BADEN Maywood General Business Boarder Assn .; Psychological Society; Young Democratic Club EUGENE S. BADZEY, JR. Los Angeles Electrical Engineering AFROTC; Electrical Engineering Club


JOE A. DARDOS Hollydale Electrical Engineering

Society of Automotive Engineers; Electrical Engineers Club RONALD J. BARNEY Los Angeles English

Nomads 2, 3, 4 CHARLES L. BEN lETT Arcadia English

Veteran's Organization; Knights of Columbus; Confraternity of Christian Doctrine JOH 1 F. BER 1UY Los Angeles Electrical EnginPering

Loyolan; AFROTC ; SAE; Electrical Engineering Club ; Ski Club ; Chess Club THOMAS L. BLAKE Great Falls Biology Wasmann Biology Association


ANTHONY It BOGARD III Capistrano Beach 11istory Knights of Columbus ; Historical Society (President 4.); Glrc Club ; Hod & Gun Club (Vier-President 3, 4.) ; Vrtcrans Club; Arnold Air Society; Hinc Team; AFROTC (Squadron Commander 4) ; Phi Kappa; Intra-murals : Softball :~; Football 4 MiCHAEL B. BOGGS Los Angeles History ERNEST J. BOHANO West Los Angeles Sociology Intra-murals : 'ornads; Football ; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track; All -Star Football (1955); K. of C. Championship Track Team 3 RONALD R. BOUCHARD Los Angeles Philosophy CARNETTF: C. BROWN Los An gd c~ Jlistory Crim~on Circle ; Student Court; Arnold Air Society (Vicr-Prcsicknt 4) ; Sanctuary So('icl y; Aristonians ; Baskrlball 1, 2, :~ . II-; Sahrr Society


JOHN F. BUBIEN Los Angeles Biolog')'

Alpha Delta Gamma (Vice-President); Historian; Wasmann Biological Society RALPH R. BUHHIS Pasadena Accounting

Accounting Club PATRICK H. BUSIIMAN Los Angeles Political Science LAWRE 1CE A. CAMPBELL Glendale English

Nomads EDWARD J. CA H 1f:Y Hollywood English

KXLU P rogrnm Dirf'clor; Business Manag<â&#x20AC;˘r, Phi Kappa (Social Chairman)


EDWAHD J. CARVILLE Inglewood

Engineering Society of Automotive Eng ineers HAROLD A. CIHLAR Inglewood

General Business Phi Kappa; AFHOTC; Saber Society; Golf Team; Intra-murals: Baseball l , 2, 3, 4; Footba113, 4; Basketball4 ROGER L. COLBUR Los Angeles

Electrical Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers; Institute of Ra dio Engineers; Italian Club; Ski Club; AFHOTC; Arnold Air Society; Sodality; Electrical Engineering Club GEORG E F. COLLINS Los An geles

Chemistry Chemical Society; Chemical Rubber Publishing Company Award for Freshman Mathematics ( 1954) WILLIAM E. CORDERO Santa Barbara

Sociology Industrial Relations Society; Sociolog ical Society (President 4) ; Arnold Air Society ; Glee Clu b; "Vagabond King"; AFROTC ; Drill Team (Team Commandrr 2, 3, 4); Special Srrvices Group Commandin g Officer 4; Knig hts of Columbus; Associated Resident Students; Freshman (Secretary-Treasurer) ; Intra-murals: Football 3; Baseball 2


ROBERT E. COU RTNEY Hermosa Beach I nduslrial R elations Alpha Delta Gamma l, 2, 3, 4 (National Officer 3, 4) ; Student Body Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Del Rey Players~. 4 (Vice-President); Industrial Relations Society l , 2, 3, 4; Intra-murals: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf Team 2 DAVID M. CRYAN Monterey Park Bi.ology Wasmann Biological Society 2, 3, 4; Sodality 2, 3, 4; NFCCS 4 DAN IEL A. CURRY Playa del Rey Political Science Debating l; S igma t{ho 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4. (Commander "Area J"); Inter Fraternity Council 4 ( ecrctary); Loy路 olan 2; AFROTC; Sabres 2; Young Republicans 3, 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Pre Law Society 3, 4; Intra-murals : Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball!, 2, 3, 4; Frosh Basketball 1 FREDERICK J. DALTON New Britain, Connecticut

Accounting Accounting Club 3, 4 (Vice-President) ; Psychological Society Aquinas Circl e 4; Mary's Hour 4

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WARREN G. DAVIES Los Angeles

Accounting Sigma Phi Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 4); Accounting Club 3, 4; Inter Fraternity Council 3, 4; AFROTC; Arnold Air Society :3, 4


RICHARD F. DAV IS Los Angeles Political Science KXLU ( Program Dir<>ctor :~; Station Mana ~rr 3. tl) ; 'SA ( R e~ional Delegate 1952); Todrl U. i\. (1953); AFHOTC (Squadron Com路 mander 4); KXLU " Man of the Year" (1955-56) LLOYD N. DAY, J R. Ventura Grneral Business Veterans Association (Prrsid<>nt t1 ) ; Kni ghts of Columbus; Organiza路 lions Board Delegate on the Student Le~i slature t1 EDGAR E. DECAF. T Hollywood Indu strial Relations Band; Industrial Relati ons Soci<>ty; Knight!> of Columbus; Lai r An路 nual EDWI T F. DE LA TOHHF. Santa Barbara General Businf'SS Glee Club (Manag("r 4); Fl ying Club; Rod & Gun elub : Del Rey Players; "Vagabond King"; " High Button Sho<'s" DENNIS J. DERMODY Burbank M er.hanical En gincf!rin g Society of Automoti vr Enginrcrs (Secretary 4)


RONALD J. DESPARS Covina Business Administration

Aristonians 2, 3. 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 2. Pres ident :~ ) WILLIAl\1 F. DICK Los Angeles Accounting

Business Aclministration Association 3. 'I"; Arroun tin ~ Cluh 3. tl DA IEL B. DI EDERICH El Segundo Politi,cal Science

Nomads 3, tJ, NORMA T In glewood

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Industrial R elations

Industrial Relations Society l. 2, 3, 4; Aristonians :t •I ; Frosh Basht· ball l ; Varsity Baskctball2. 3. <1 HOBEHT \1 . DZIOBA Milwaukee, Wisconsin General Business

Boarders Association 3, 4; Phi Delta Chi 3; Phi Kappa I ; Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4


JAMES L. FIELDS Mexico City, Mexico Economics Aristonians 4; llcsident Student's Association 4 (P resident, Secretary) GRECO HY F. FISCli EH Arcadia Economics C.S.T.A. (Treasu rrr :i, President 4) ; Resident Student's Association 2, 3, /f.; San<"lua ry Society 2, :-3, If.; Mary's Hour 3; "Vagabond King" 2 ROBEilT FIT%PATHICK Culver City Sociolog')' Sociologic·al Socirty :~; Psychological Society 2, 3; Nomads 2, 3, If.; Frosh Basketball ; I nt ramurals : Baseball, Basketball, Football 2, 3, 4 EDWARD ]. FLY 1N, JR. Santa Barbara Finance Arnold Air Soc iet y:~, 1; (Pr<'sidcnt ) Gl<'c Club 2: Sanctuary Society 1, 2, 3, II; Crimson Cirdc 3, 1; ( Pr<'sid<'nt) Knights of Colum bus 2, 3, If; Alpha Delta Gamma 3, 4; Stu dent Council 4; Executive Com· miller of A.S.I..U; President tf; Intramural Football l ; Distinguished Military Cadet, AFROTC llOBEHT L. FHA SHEH Los Angeles General Business Apex 2. ;~ (T n•asurcr) : Phi Delta Chi 2, 3 (Treasurer) ; Phi Kappa 3, 4 (President) ; Homecom ing Committee 2, 3, tf.; Mary's Hour 2, 3, II; Arnold Air Society II; Jntramurals : Football 3, 4; Basket· ball II; Baseball 2, 3, 11.

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CHARLES F. FULLER. JR. Pasadena Political Science

Resident Students Association ; Young Republicans Club; International Relations Club HOCCO N. FUSELLO Encino BiologJ

AFROTC: Wassmann Biological Society HOBF:RT 11. CALLIVA Santa Ana

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Biology

Yell Leader; Sigma Rho (Treasurer ) : Resident Students Af;SO<"ia路 lion ; Wasmann Biological Society; Phychology Club; AFHOTC; Ski Cluh ; lnt ramurals : Football 2 : Basketball 2. :~. 4 DANIEL J. GARC IA Los Angeles Economics

Loyolan; Knights of Columbus ( Financial Secretary 2; Deputy Grand Knight 3. 4); Senio r Class Vice-President; Spanish Club ; International Relations Club ; Young Democrats; lntrarnurals : (K. of C.) Basket ball, Baseball THOMAS P. GRACE Los Angeles Philosoph)'

Glee Club, Resident Students Association, NSA, NFCCS


57 DAVID E. GRANT Los Angeles English Loyolan 2, 3, 4 (Edi tor 3, tl.); El Playano 2, ;~ (Editor 2, 3); Senior Secretary-Treasurer 4; Lair 3, 4; Sigma Rho 2, 3, 4; Young Republicans 4.; Sabres 1, 2; New Music :1; ASLU Constitution Revision Committee RONALD M. CREELY Los Angeles Bi,ology Wasmann Biological Society :3, 4; Intramural: Football 11 ROBERT J. CRlLEY Downey Biology Wasmann f3iologica l Society 3; Ph ychology Club 2; Hcâ&#x20AC;˘sident Students Association 4 RALPH C. GR IPPO Los Angeles Civil Engineering Civil Engineering Society 3, 4, 5 (Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4) ; Chess Club :3, tl., 5 RALPH C. GROVE Whittier Electrical Engineering Veterans Association t1; Electrical Engineering Society 4; Intramurals: K. of C. Football4


CHARLES E. HAMMOND Hollywood Political Scie nce

THOMAS J. HARRINGTON Hi versicle Biology

Aristonians 2, 3, tl. {President tl.); Wasmann 13iological Society 3, IJ.; Ski Club 2, 3; Rod & Gun Club 2; 13aseball Ma nager 2 JAMES S. HASLINGER Fremont, Ohio Engineering

S.A.E. 2; Civil Engineering Society 2; Rod & Gun Club l DONALD E. HAYDU Van Nuys II istmy

Historical Society 3, 4 (Secretary 4) PHILIP J. HELFRICH Los Angeles flistory

N.F.C.C.S. 1, 2, 3, tJ. (Regional President); Young D<'mocrats ;), 1; Los Angeles Loyolan 1; Historical Society 11路


JOII ' J. IIEHLIIIY Los Angrlrs II istory LEONA HD H. IIEHO Hrdondo Brach Industrial Rrlations Industrial Hr lations Sor iety (Vice-President IJ.); Orga nizat ions Board Delegate on tlw Student Legislature IJ.; Intra-murals : ("Country Club") Football 3 DO UGLA S C. !lOCKING Los Ang<'ks Mechanical EngiiW<!ring Sigma Rho COH DO l j, II DSO T Los Angclrs Political SciPnce Rod & Gun Club ; Pre-Legal Society; Ski Club; Intra-murals : Fool路 ball, Basrball 2, 3, I)

TERRY J. IIU T Los Angeles Philosophy Crimson Circle; Student Court ; Loyolan; El Playa no; Knights of Columbus; Constitution Revision Committee 3


HONALD F. lA 1ESSA Inglewood

J/ islory 11 istorical Society CENE T. IZUNO Los Angeles

!Jiology Wasmann Biological Society 2, :1, 4; Knig hts of Columbus 2, :1; Alpha Delta Gam ma 2, :1, 4 (Secreta ry 4); Intra-murals : Bas<'hall ; Bask<'t路 ball ; Football 2, :i, 4

H. CEHALD JO NES Laguna lk<ll'h

Political Scient:<' Alpha Ddta Gamma 1, 2, :t 4 : Loyola Forum l: Intra-mural Foot路 ball 1, 2

IIID EO P. KACEYAI\IA Los Angc路lcs Uiolo~)'

Crimson Cirde :t I (Srcrt'lary-Trcasurcr) : \Vasmann Biol o~ i<'al Society I. 2, :t I (Senelary-Treasurcr. Prcsid<'nt) : Italian Clu b :t I: Knights of Columbus l, 2, :1. 11-; Alpha Delta Gamma :1. I; Orga ni;:ati on Board tJ; California Intercollegiate Association I ; Intra-m urals: I latchet Men :1, 11; Freshman Chemistry AC'hie,路enwnt Award l 95tJ II OWAHD P. KAINZ Los Angeles Philosophy

Sodality l , 2, :1, tl-; Confraternity of Christia n Doctrine tJ


PATRICK F. KANE Los Angeles

Business Administration Alpha Delta Gamma l , 2, 3, 4 {President 4); Judge Student Court 4; Crimson Circ·le tl; Sophomore Class Veep 2; Vars ity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; lntra·murals : f3askctba ll, Football! , 2, 3, 4 GEORGE B. KARR Clrnda le

El('ctrical Engineering Sigma Phi Zeta 2, 3, tJ. (Treasurer 3); SAE 2, 3; Electrical Eugint•t·r· ing Socit'ly tJ.; Ski Club 3 WILLlAM C. KASKA Ancon, Canal Zone

Chemistry Sanctuary Society 2, 3, 4 (Vice·President tl); Chemical Society 2, 3, tl; Sodality of Our Lady 3, 4 JOHN L. KELLY Santa Monica

Political Science Knights of Columbus 2, :3. t1; AFROTC l, 2, 3, 4; Arnold Air Society :~, 4; Sabres 2; Phi Kappa 2, 3, 1; Intra·murals : Football. Baseball, Basketball 2, 3, 4. MIKE KING Los Angeles

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TEHHA C E L. KNOWLES Las Vegas, Nevada

Politi.cal Science Resident Student's Association 1; Ski Club 1, 2 ; N.F.C.C.S . 2, ;~; Pre-Legal Club 3 : Inte rnational ({elations Club I: Phi Delta Chi 2, 3 (Pr<>siclrnt ) : Phi Kappa tJ; Intra-mural!\ : Basketball 2, :~, !J. : Football 1, 2, 3, t1 ; Soft hall 3, 4 JAKE KOSTYZAK orth Hollywood

M echanical Engineering S .A.E. 1, 2, 3, t1 CHARLES S. KOVELY, Riverside

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Elect rica/ En gi nee ring Sigma Hho 1: Sanctuary Soti('L)' l: Al pha ,'ip.ma N u 2 ; AFHOTC 2; Electrical Engineering . oc-iety 1 ; Resident . tudcnt's Association 4 ; LitE. l ; Freshman Basketball ; Vars it y Basketball 2, 3, 4 AMBROSE H. KOZLOWSKf South Gate

Accounting Accounting Club 3, 4 (Treasurer 3, Vice-President t1) ; Student Loan 4; Intra-murals : Football; Baseball 2 , 3, t1 KARL F. KRAMER, Beverly Hills

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General Business P sycholog ical Society 2, 3 ; Accounting Club ;{; Sig ma Phi Zeta l. 2, 3, 4 (Trrasurrr ) : I.F.C. 4: Young Republicans t1; AFROTC l. 2; Intra-murals : Football, Baseball, Basketball 1, 2, 3, tJ.,


JAMES R. KRIER La Crescenta

Mechanical T~nr,ineering Knights of Columbus :3, 4; Arnold Air Society 3, 4 ; AFROTC ; SAE 4 ; Confraternity 4 ; Intra-murals : Baskr tball 2, 3, 4 RICHARD G. LANCASTER Los Angeles

General Business Sigma Phi Zeta 1, 2, 3, 4 (President 3) ; Intra -mural: Baseball 1,

2, 3,4 LEONARD F. LEYBA Los Angeles

Economics Spanish Club l , 2, 3, 4; Economics Society IJ.; Youn g Republican Club 3, 4 ; International Relations Club 4-; Psychological Society 3, 4; Veterans Association; AFROTC l , 2; Inter-murals : Football

l, 2 KEVI N R. LOWER Los Angeles

Biologr National Students Association 2; Knights of Columbus 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Intra-murals : Football ; Baseball 2, 3 J AMES H. LYNN Los Angeles

Civil Engineering KXLU l; Arnold Air Society 3, 4 ; Civil En gineerin g Society 4, 5; Sigma Rho 4, 5; American Society of Photog rammetry 4-, 5; AFROTC l , 2, 3, 4; Rod and Gun Club 3


RICHARD D. McBRIDE Long Beach

Biology Aristonians 2. :~, tl ; Freshman Basketball; JV Basketball 2; Golf Team l , 2, 3. 4; Intra-murals : Football 2, 3. 4; Basrball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 3 WILLIAM J. McCARTHY Los Angeles

History Historical Society II-; Colond TtA. (Ret) THOMA S C. McDONALD Los Angelrs

IIistory A.S.L.U. Prrsident t1; Loyolan l , 2, 3, 4 (Editor in Chief 3); Lair Annual :~, 11 (Literary Editor) ; El Playano 2, 3, 4 (Ed itor in Chid 3); Sigma Rho 2, 3, 4; J.F.C. 3 (Secretary-Treasurrr); Const itutional Revision Committee 3; Young Democratic Club :~. 4; Mary's Hour 3, 4; Social Commillee l , 2; Varsity Show (Script Writrr); 'ew Music 2, ;~; Cinema Arts Society l ; Del Hey Players 4; First Prizr, Cabrin i Litera ry Guild Poetr y Contest ARTHUH II. McDO OUGH Los Angeles

Electrical Engineering Loyolan Art Editor 2, 3, 4-; Loyolan Features Editor 4; Lair Annual Art Editor :\ 4; 1r w Music Committee 2, :~; El P layano Art Ed itor 3, 4; Elrctrieal En gineering Club 4; Campus Artistic Coord inator II路 WILLIAM E. McMAlTO River Forest, Illinois

General Business Aristonians l, 2. :t tJ.; President, Sophomore Class; Res ident Studrnt's Association l, 2, 3, 4 (President 3); Sodality 3, tJ.; Mary's Hour :~, 4; New Music 2; " High Butlon Shoes" 3; Business Administration Association 2, :~, 4; Varsity Basketball l , 2, 3, 4; Intra-mural Baseball


JAMES A. MADDEN Santa Barbara lndu.~t rial

RP!ations Veterans A!<sociation; Industrial Relations Socicty ( Pres ident tJ) ; Youn g Hepub lica ns

HOMEO L. MALATESTA Inglewood Crneral IJnsitt('SS Ita lian Cluh; Sodality EDWAHD S. MEADE Toronto, Ontario

Industrial Relations Resident Stud<'nts Association (V ice-Prcsidcnt 4) ; 'SA ( Hegional Public Relations Director :~; Campus Coordinator tJ); Lair Annual (Busincss Manager ~- 4; Advcrtising Manager 4); Loyolan ( Business Manager:~ , 4-); Crimson Circle; Student Court; St. John Bt' rc-hman's Society LAWRE 'CE C. MEDI ' A Los Angelcs

Electrical Engineering Society or Au tomotive Enginccrs; Insti tute of Radio Engineers; Electrical Eng incl'ring Club (Secretar y-T reasurer tJ.) JOHN J. ME LCHT HY Pacoima

Biology Wasmann Biological Socicty; Sigma Rho; Flying Club; Knights or Columbus; Hesident Studcnts Association; Crimson Circle; Student Court


\ HO ALD J. MEYEH Los Angeles Civil Engineering SAE l , 2, 3, 1\. (Vice-Presi den t 4); AFHOTC 1, 2, 3, t1; Arnold Air Soeiety :~ , 4; Sod<tli ty tl.; American Soc iety of Photogram n'H'try :~, 4; Civil Engineering Society 3, tJ, EDWARD J. MILLER, JH. Los Angeles C<'neral Business

Loyola Uni,路ersity Band l, 2, :\ 4; Loyola Glee Club 4; AFROTC 1, 2; In tra-murals: Footballl, 2 JAMI~S

W. MOFFAT Los Angeles Biology Crimson Ci rcle l; Wasmann Biological Society (Secretary-Treasured 4) ; Loloya Ski Club 2 MA 1UEL L. MORATO Alicantc, Spain

Economics Sodality 1, 2; Sanctuary l , 2; Knights of Columbus 1, 2; Cinema Arts Society 1; Social Committee 3; CCD 3; Econo1)1ies Club 4; Ski Club 2; Boarder Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Internati onal Club 2, 3 GEOHGE R. MORRISSEY Los Angeles

Economics Boarder's Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Psychology Society 3, 4


FRANK J. MUSUMECI Los Angeles Cenl'fal Business

Business Administration Association; Psychological Society ; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4 JOSEPH ~1. NATSUHARA Los Angeles Civil Engi nerri ng

Civil Enginr<' rin g Society (President, spring sem<'ster of 1956) JOHN P. NESTEGARD Whittier Mechan iced Engineering Society of Automotive Engineers; Sanctuary Soci<'ly; Arnold Air Society; Sodality; Au tomotive Association Scholarship DONALD E. Los Angeles

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Chemical Society (Prcsident4) ; Band HOBERT F. Anaheim

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Biology

\Vasmann Biological Society; Resident Students Association; Arnold Air Society; Delegate to Regional Arnold Air Society Conclave, 1956 ; Rod & Gun Club; AFROTC Drill Team; AFROTC Color Guard; AFROTC (Group Commander 4)


PHILIP A. NOLAN Los Angeles Riology Wasmann Biological Society l, 2. 3, 4-; Alpha Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4; Intra-murals : 1om ads 2; Zetas 3; Hatchetmcn 4; Honorabk Mention, Intra-murals 4. WALTER R. NOHWOOD, JH. Los Angclcs Sociology KXLU l , 2, ;{, 'I路; Sociological Society :3, 4 (Vicc-Presidcnt ); N.f.C.C.S. 4 (Senior Delegate ); Sigma Hho 3. 4路; Crimson Circle 4; StuMnt Legislature 4 (Executiw Committee) ; Intra-murals: Baseball, Football BR UCE M. ODELL Holl ywood Political Science Alpha Delta Gamma 2. :t 4; Historical Society 3. 4; Intra-murals : Football; 路om ads ;~, 4 : Basketball; Hatchet men :3. 4; 13ascball; Nomads:), 4 CHAHLES E. OHDHO 1 ' EAU Monterey Park Chemistry Chcmieal Soc iety 1, 2. ;), 4 (Secretary-Treasurer 4.) NICHOLA S M. ORLANDO Santa Monica Electrical Engi.neering Electrical Engineering Club 1, 2


LAWHE 'CE 11. PAHKEH Highland Park. Michigan l~nglish

Supreme Court Justic<' 4; Ckt• Club 2; KXLU 2; Loyolan :~ . 4; lksident Studrnt~ As~odation l. 2, :~. tl; ASLU Social Chairman ;~ : Stuch·nt Council :~; Homecomi ng Chairman :), II; Psyehologit·al Socicly2 ; VarsityTennis Tcam4 STF:PII E r J. POCS IK Los Angrles General Business Loyolan l , 2; Freshman Vire-Pn·sidcnt; Socia l Commitlt'C 1, 2, 4; Co-Chairman tl; tw Mus ic 2. :~ . 4; Homecom ing Commillee 2, :~.II; Sabrts2; S i ~ma Hho2,:~,4 ADOLPH lngbvood

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It FLETCHEH PHELAN Medellin, Columbia Political Scicncr Boankrs Asso('ia li on 2; Modrl Unitc·d Na tions 2, :~ (Dclega lt' 2 ) ; I nterrtational Bela Lions Club 2. :), tJ CHrgional Dt·legale 3; 1ational Odq!at<· :3; Hegiona I President :). tJ) ; Cnman Club 3; Spanish Club tJ; ASLU Constitutional Bc•vision Commill<'t' :); Young Demo· crats 2, :), 4; Veterans Association :t tJ. (Prt•s iden t :) ) ; Supreme Courl 4; Vars it y T rack ] JOSF:PH P. PI 'TO, JH. Hollywood Industri-al Relations Alpha Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4; Crimson Circle :i, tl-; Student Cou rt Judgt ; Industrial Relations Socic•ty 3, 4; Varsit y Baseball l. 2, ;), 4; Frosh Basketball l ; AFROTC l , 2; Sodalitr or Our Lady 4; Business Administration Assoeiation 2; Economics Club 3; lntr<l·murals : Basketball ; Football l , 2, 3, 4


DAVID H. PASCALE Van uys

8iology AFHOTC (Wi ng Adjutant 4); Arnold Air Socil'ly; Band; Alpha Delta Cammn (Secretary :~: Vicc-Pre5ident 4); Ski Club ; Intramurals: Footballtl-; Ba:;k<·thall2. :~, 4; Ba~<'bnll :~. 4 PIERCE J. POWF:HS Hollywood

Political Science HOBERT P. PHESS Palm Springs

General Business Senior Class Presidrnt; Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer; Alpha De lta Gamma; H<'sid1•nt Students Association; Business Administra· tion Association ; I nt<·rnational Hclations Club; Young Republicans; Psychological So<·iety; AFHOTC; ·sA; ' FCCS: Student Leg islature Approprintions Committee (Chairman tl); Prom Committee DONALD A. HEED Los Angeles

History Historical Society (Secretary t),}

WAY E P. REED Culver City

Electrical Engineering KXLU; Electrical Eng inl'ering Club


THOMAS C. RENNISON Hollywood Political Science Alpha Drlta Gamma 1, 2. 3. 4 ( President 4); Glee Club 1, 2; Inter路 fraternity Council 3, 4 (President 3, 4); Homecoming Chairman 3, 4; Intra-murals: Football2. 3 MARIO A. ROBERTI Los Angeles Political Science Suprrme Court IJ; Tntrrnalional Relations Club 2, 3, 4-; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Knights of Columbus 1, 2, 3, 4; Model United Nations 3, 4; Pre-Lrgal Society 3, 4-; Historical Society 3, 4; Itali an Club 3, 4; Del Rey P layers 4; NFCCS; Intra-murals : Baseball, Basketball , Foot路 ball 1, 2, 3, tl. GEORGE F. ROST Los Angeles Fin.ancc Young Republican Club 3, 4; Debating Squad 1; AFROTC; Account路 ing Club ; Business Administration Association 2; Economics Club WILLIAM L. ROZIER Los Angeles

History KXLU 2; Pre-Legal 3, 4; Knights of Columbus 3, 4; Young Repub路 licans 3, 4; Historical Society 4; Internationa l Relations 4 PAUL J. RUDOLPH Huntington Park General Business Psychological Society 2, .1, 4; Business Admin istration Association

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HICII AHD F. IWSSELL Los An~<·l<•s C l'tu•ral Hu si nrss Fl y in ~ Cluh 1 TIIOMAS F. SA VACE Alhamhra l'£nancf' Youn ~

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00 lJ\J.D A. SCII AEFEH Escondido l'olitiml Scit•nrt•

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Ski Club I: AFHOTC 1. 2. :\ t1; Arnold Air Society :t tl ; SAE :{.II·; Alpha Delta Gamma 4 J AMES J. sco·n· Los AIll!<' les l)olitiral Scit•nn•

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LA WHE 'CE It SIIA rNOl\ Co rona Accounting

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HI CIIAHD P. SHAW lloll ywoorl lndnst rial R<'Iat ions Industri a l H<'la tions Soeir ty tJ. ISren' tary·Treasurrr); Vrtr rans Clu b 2; Amolcl Air Society 2

CF.HALD n :LI .EHS Lynwood

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CEOHCE A. WOOD Compton Civil £11ginN• rin~ Ci\ il Enl!ill{'C'ring Soci<'ly :1, t1: Amnican Soc·iety of Photog ramnH'try :~, t1; Socirty of American Military Enl!inrrrs :~, 4

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PH ITCH ABO. REi\ P II ICK. J l l\1 HA CA.\ ELLI . i\ ICIIOLAS HAl"S. DOl\ HOY. DON HECA:\. T I ~I HICC I. ~ II K F. IWDA HTL HONALD HOI OF:. BUSS ELL IH 1 BI O. MA t iHICJ-:

HYA:\. JL\1 .·A:\ ACOIU :. CII AHLES SA.\CII F:Z. FH A~ K SA HACI \\0. Bl Ll. SCIII CHTEH, HO BI·: wr SCHl\' 1F:DF.H S. BOB I~C I A. CLIFF EHSHF.\". JOSEP II SEWELL. TOM SJII·:I{M •\ 1\. BA lOW

. ' l l\I AO. DO~ Sl 'll~Ol\ . DON SLA \V SK I. CAHL SI.I NCS BY, ST EV E SPH ICCS, W ILLI AM

. :\ YDER. BI LL ULLIVM\. BOB SVOBO DA, HOBF.HT TACK, A DHEW YASELLT, JOE

T ELLER IA. TO\ Y TOl iTOl\CHI, l\II KE 'I' HA FUCAl\'TY. ANT HONY 'f'H Ei\ HEHTH , S'ITH 1.1 NC '1'1Wl 1 i\ IH~Y . TO 1Y

\'A \'ZA.\T. TF.H HY V E H ~ EY. i\I AHCEL V I·~N Tl l H A , RILL VOWELLS, CEOHC I·: VA HELA. HAU l.

Vl lCAHD. JIM WADE. HAHKE H WACN F.H, l1 1LL WAGE 1BH EN 1EH , BO B WA HMON, DAVE

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WILLIAM . JOHN \riL\11\GTO:\'. WALTEH WIL 0\'. TO\Y

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REV. ROBERT GRAHAM, S.J. Director of Alumni R elations

MR. JESSE RAY BROWN, JR. Executive Secretary of Loyola University Alumni Association

Message to the Graduates : The com pleti on of deg ree at Loyola University ma rks th e grad uati on to, or co mmencement of, a new phase in th e relationship between the individual and the school. lL is not by accident that the administrative staff, th e fa culty, the students, the alumni, the parents, and benefa ctors are known as the Loyola Family. A famil y is a natural type of society made up of parents and offspring. It is th e unit God designed to transmit the Faith and our cultural heritage 路to th e nex t generation. There is stability in such a g roup - a uniting of h.earts and effort s to obtain a common goal by collective action. He re at Loyola is a supplementary family made up of many famili es.

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It is th eir keen interest, glowing enthusiasm, and vital parti cipation in th e effort to provide a sound Christian educati on for thi s and coming generations that binds them together with th e unity of a common goal and co mmunit y of effort. The a lumni congratulates th e seniors upon th e success[ ul completion of part of their. job, and welcomes th em sincerely into th e nex t phase of their effort s to parti cipate as a member of the Loyola famil y. In proportion to their effort s to participa~e in the work of the Loyola University Family will th ey draw clown the bl essings that accompany such a sincere desire to do God's work here on ea rth.

REV. ROBERT GRAHAM, S.J.


alumni activities /

\

Louis Schrordrr. vi<'r-chairman of thr alumni fund. con~ratula trs \\" illiam Hos(路nans. main sprakc r al the kir k-ofT dinrwr for thl' alumni fund .

Bishop A. lkll dist ri hutrs Holy Communion to the fine turnout of a lumni al thr annual Comm union Mass and breakfast.

Dr. Jam e~ Ot>an. ehai nnan of tlw s!'nior recl'plion program, explai ns the purpOSl' of this prog ram to undr rclassman Da,路id 1\:kin.

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alumni barbecue

Amateur cooks begin their mo uth- wa t rr in~ task.

The lineup begins fo r an enjoyable afte rnoon.

Some of the alumni take time oul lo po!'c fo r the cameraman.


drill team

band

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• sen1or

~ officers .-.

1un1or officers


arnold air society

sabres


â&#x20AC;˘ w1ng

staff

D. Sharf<'r, D. Curry, M. Tonti. S . Poesik, T. Zimmerman.

rifle team

area

"j"

commander


summer camp

Look, Ma, no hands on lh<' conftdencr course.

Cadet M. Tonti p;rls sd for a wild nde.

At summer's r nd, pass in review.

â&#x20AC;˘ 1100 hours tuesday morn1ng

Officers. rront and center.


a. s.l. u. officers

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ROW 1: R. l)ress. D. Grant, D . Garcia. R OW :! : }. R emley, M. /Ju rkr. 111. Bemw.~. } . A mato , T. T ooleY. R OW 8 : IV . Davirs, II. Vo tllt {!,N, f: . l)i:.:.om o. H. A ldriclt. T . Murrin.

student council

Joe R Pmll'y rrcords appropriatio n su bmittrd by /Job Prl'SS.

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supreme court • cr1mson circle

rP. Cain. F. Phelan , / .. fJarkl'r, M. Hobnti. Absent.]. Moreto11.

STANDING: E. Meade, ]. Pinto, C. Brown, ] . Meichtr)' , P. /\ant•, C. Va lvo, T. 1/unt. 111. Norwood, A. Parnis, M. Ma llen, T . 0 '1\('l']e. KN I~L'U NG : T. Dorsett, E. Flynn.


student loan ]. Davis. A. 1\'o=lowski.

Ir a lly committee 0. Schweizer, D. /,c,m:s, ]. Remley.

freshmen orientation committee Ill. Bc•m·c•rs. T. Toolc•y. T . .llcOonalcl.

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n.f.c.c.s. SIXOND ROW': 1'. Johnson. ,l/. Uolwrti. IJ. Drake. Z. Pfau . T . .1/c/)onald. 0. Far· r('/1. FIUST HOW: J. 1/elfrich ( Ue#onal President}. Fr. o ·Dou . . .}. (.1/oderator).

n. s. a. ST ANDI.\'C: E. Jll eade, ill . .llallt•n. T. ,lie· /)onald. T. 0 '1\erft•. SDITDJ: Fr. ()'/)ou, S .]. ( !lloderator ) .

resident students • • assoc1at1on SECOND ROW: D. Farrell, C. Marshall. FIRST ROllY: E. Mead(•, IJ. Parker ( PN•si· dmt) , R. Campoy .


i. f. c.

D. Schaefer , T. Rennison. IV. Davies, }. Sullivan. !\.. /,·ramer. }. /11rNafl·y . J>. /,·IIIII', T. //arrington, D. Cu.rry, U. Frash('r, }. tl1a('chling, II. >"ounger. 1<. fll arshall. } . Noh·

0

rg a n i z a t i 0 n s

inson.

ib oard

T/11/W ROIV: ]. Donnc•llJ' Iff , R. Marshall, M. Roberti, K. A."ramer. SECOND ROW: M. /Jnrke, }. Su.llivan , }. McNally, II. Young1'r, }. Robinson. Jll. Rozier, C. Rost.. FIR ST

ROW: ]. Reardon, N. Racanelli, B. Benecke. R. Denver. }. Ma ecltling. M. Malll'n, D. Reed.


sodality FOUI?T/1 !Wifl: W . 1\a.ska. II. Kain:.. C. Tellers. lfi'. Von drr A hr. T/1/RO ROlf!: ]. Rrm/('y . ]. Er· lingr•r, 0. 1/ubn. Z. Pjcw. SJXONO HOW: A. Parnis , / ,. S hannon. T . Tr('inrn. FIUST ROW: IV. McMa hon, T. Anderson. C. Malkus, IP' . Raxlrr.

sanctuary society

Tl/ff(/) ROW: fJ. Arrill, W. Cain, C. IJrown. ]. l<t•mley, f .. Medina. 1~. Flynn, IJ. 1/ulwr. Sl~CONIJ NOW: ]. Martim·:.. l. fJjau. A. /)('/{!,rulo, C. /,·o vl'ly. T. Tr('inRn , If/. Von drr Alu•. Ffi(ST ROW: M. 1/aulista. T. /)ors('/1, T. Andnson. 0. S chwci:.rr. W. Uaxii'T.

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Fr. ll f'n!'rkf'. S.J., 1·:. Oeca<'ll. /•,' . M<•<UII', II . Cihlar, M. Gleason. R . 111'1"1':. f. /)('Georp•. /~ . Forney. /•,'. //a rrington. f. Fit: simons. f. Giali. U. N. I\11 <JII'II. !?. Sha11'. M. Jl1alle11. /,. ll f'ro ll. f. /11addl'fl. f. l'inlo. S. Ma1h1'11'. T. limmrrma11. !?. Cour/111'.\'· G. Rosl. D. Lewis. !?. /Jarbieri. If/. Ro:ier. f. l'arro. Fr. illclnlosh. S.]. (Modl•m/or ). M. Madden.

industrial relations

international relations /fl. Norwood. 0. Sclueei:er. f. IT'eling. G. Rosl. F. Phrlan. T. Savage. W. Ro:irr. f. Nohinson. It Oent•rr. /(nceling: /11. Rob<•rli.


del rey players

1\N ffU NC : 8. Courtnq, Mr. fJ . /Uaclrburtl. M. n o111ino. J<OJV I : T. McDonald. V. Scou, ./J. Oenvn. Fr. 8rusher, S.J .. Dr. Caroth fl's. ]. fJrt'llratil. HOJV .J : E. de Ia Torrl'. 1/1. McEnN!I.l')'. R. Trujillo, JJ. /,路ewe, .f. McFarland. Tf!. Cain . .f. Donnell')' . .f. /11f' l/(/ n.

debating squad ROW I: T. Burke, ]. Donnell)', (unidentified) .

.f. McFarland, fl. Scotl , B. McFarland, D. 1\lein, Mr. Masten. ROlf! 2: P. Bradlj'. T. Murrin, .f. Clw.tuk.


k.

X.

I. u.

NOW 1: R. Uourdon./'. Cmuwllx. H. ntwis.lfl. Ir'rn:A. IJ. Nr11. J. 1/'rlwn. J. Donnrlly. 1<. Trujillo . .ll. Oomino. /,. 1/a_rt•.,. NOW :!: F. 8iniak. II'. Trr•it<'l. 0. Gautreaux . .1. /Joyft.. II. l'OUII[{I'r . .11. Christie. C. ,1/t•rrola. W. ,\/rEnrnw_r. n. Curran . ROlf" 3: .1. /,usse/1 . .1. l~·rlirlf{t'r. 1'. Calhoun. J. l'olluunus. M. dt' So!t•nni. 0. Snnlt•r. n. Iro!jt• . .1. ill d:a n" , C. /Jolstn.

veterans association ]. !,t•luw. F. Phf'!an. A. Schut•/]er. C. /J£'nnt•tt. ill. 1\lasrdo. N. 11ogard. (nnidt•ntified).


s. a. e.

1<0/V I: (llnidl•lltifit•d) , C:. /Jric/((•11, H. 1/us.w>y, H. Mt')'l'r, 117. Srlll'rr, (ullidt•lltijiNL). (unid,•ntijil·d). /). lh•rmody. ]. /,'osty::ak, ]. Amato. C. O.~t1•mwnn. /), Fra)'lll'. T. Tn·inl'/1. NOW :!: C. !11·.~.\olo. R. Yost. }. 1/acca. F. Flory. }. FPrrl'il. T. /)orsf•ll. ]. III'flllli, T. n,·flanca. ]. l~rlill f!,l'f, R. Fart')'. (unidrntifird). ]. McSu>t'I'U)'. II '. 1/"oodso/1. I<OW .'L ].l<1•mh•. R. llarslwl/.1../)fau.

• • club electrical eng1neer1ng

ROW I : C. "'essler, /). Frayw:, T. /Jor.w•/.1., (anidr:nt.ijif•d) , C:. J\,ivd y, / •. M1•cli11a. ROW '2: Mr. 1/auoc/f'lti, /fl. lfltut ZI'I, C. /Jmlzt:J•, ]. l~'rlt:nJ!,I'r, ]. Ml".'iJUI'I'II)'. ]. 111'1'1111)'. V. /lohman, C. Ost1•rma1111. HOW .'J: IJ. Kurr, IJ. dt• Ia C:arriJ!,LII', }. Farr,·/1, 1<. Collmm , T. Andl'fson. ROlf/ 4: T. Anstin, ]. 1/u{,•s, R .. Fart')', T. IJI'[fan('(l, A. fllc/JonoaJ!,h . /. Kliru•, J. lrmll'f. ROW 5: F. Shin·, II. YounJ!.I'f.


chemistry society

1\NEEUNG: 1<. Scudm'. U. ]oyrt•. ]. IJallf'r. F. 1/'innin;hoff. C. Collins. STANOIJ\'C: If'. Cain. Jr. Trcrth. ]. iVI·ri//c•. C. Ordronneau. 1-- Foster. 0., cfucc•i:l'r.l 1 • llii'IIICn: .

• alpha s1gma nu

Fr. R,-wl. ]. Sco/1, D. Crya11. j. /)a vis, 1'. Anderson, /,. Shannon, G. 1\esslcr, C. l\'ovcly.


young democrats

SUXJN IJ ROW: /11. McCann .

~1.

Clt•a.wm. ]. Hem/!'')'. !.. Sluu11wn. ]. !Uaclmwr. F/I<ST NOW: r;. /J(J(It·" · /). Can·ia. f). Rl'(•d. F. 1'/wlan. T. 11r-1 )ouald.

T/1 1/U) NOW: H. Trujillo. II. You11w-r. ].

Jl1aer!tfi,~.

0. Schnwi::t•r. /J. /,·ra,wr. S.

Matilll'w. Ill. Gleason. Ill. i1lcC:tllll/. SECONJ) ROW' :]. !lladden. !ll. 11/addt•n. R. l'rt•ss. W. Rozirr. ]. 1/wld. 111. Domino. Ill. Hoht•rti. f. Heardon . FIRST HOW: C. Host.]. If/ rlin;<. R. Ot' IWI'r, T. Savaw·, 1. Rohi11sou, 1. /Jiarlunrr.

young republicans

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wasmann biological • SOCiety

1?0/TI I: H. Ka~t'_)'allta. S. Asrou~lt. }. Moffa/. IJ. 1/ubn. C. l'ulru. 11 • Nt•illr. T. liar· ring/on. }. !Jt'bs. NOW :.!: A. /1onwlauglt. H. Conlls. H. CrN·f.r. }. IJuhit•n. }. Torn·.'· Fr . .ft•nkins. S,J. (Modt•ra/or}. !?OW :~: .f. Ut•tmlon.l' . N. ,,. /1(1/1 '11. C. l :u11o. i\1. Conli11.

S. S /ingshy.

psychological

Bernard Beneke. prcsidrnt

• SOCiety


KNEEUNC: T . U zza, /. 01'Grorgr, f. Maechling. ROW I: /,. Sltalll/011 . .f. Vol-(d. R. 1\rrslakr. R. Courlnrr. /. Cang,.fosi. R. fJrrrz . .f. 0'1\rrfr. U. Fras!tt•r. 1<. 8urris. If. Cihlar. G. Rosl. HOW :!: T . Santge. A . /,·ozlouwki. IV. Oick. G. Massimino./. fJilllo. /. Blackmer.

business administration association accounting club R. f<erslake, R . Perez, A . IViechelma11. R . llurris. /,. S hannon. J< O ifl :!: If!. Oick . .f. Cangelosi, C. Massim ino. T. 0'1\t•ef(', .f . l )d;t•orgt'. Mr. /Jr uH'II . UOW' 3: R. Courtnex, /. fJinto.

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f . Robinson. S. Notmi, ]. /,ehnr. R. Bogard, Fr. Brusher. S./. (Mod· eralor }, /11. McCarth y. W. Ro:.it•r. ]. W(•/iug. D. 1/aydo. D. Reed.

socialogical • SOCiety ROW l: D. Sarecky, V . l/om , Fr. 1/nmphrcys. S ./. (Moderator). M. Partipilo, W . Norwood. ROlf/ 2: N. Racanelli. R. Taylor, I. Maechling. R. Courtnrr, E. Flynn,]. Pinto.

historical society


1'. " 'i111. ] . l.o, !11. Uauli.~la, ]. ]twirr. M. Solincla .11. \111ruln. C. l.opt•rt•no.

• • international students assoc1at1on

rod and gun club

94

ROW I: 7'. OtJrSI•/1, H. Uogard, n. A!aiiii'S, fl . ]o//.1/.WJ/1. T. 0'1\(•t•/t•. ROIP 2: ]. 0Ntn, 1~·. dt•la Torrt•. /If. Nn: il'!'.


!?OW I: Ji. Coronado./ . Rf'1nh·.Y. 0. Garriu. F. ViflalolJOs. 1. IFit·du•lman. ROir :!: A. Ot•lgrulo. 1~·. Ot•ccu•n. A. fiion. 111. RolU'rli. 0. St·h~t •t•i:.a. f(()Jr' .1: R. /,·oppelman. T. Faccietni. 1/Y. No:.it•r. F. Vndu~o. f . .1r~ll(•l/t•s. N. tllarslw/1. NOW ·t: N. !1/al/an. ]. Ot•a11. S. tl1allhl'w. /) . Fiskl'. f. 1/arrin~/on . .f. Cangdosi. 1·:. Tomt'.)'. H, l.ink. !?OW S: P. /)eGt•orgr•. 1~· . Arvi:.o. TT'. Gould. 0. Trtt!JP. ill. Stt't't'nt'.l'· T. fit•nut. f. Flynn. !< . FischN. /. !11t•ichtry. T. 1/unl.. 1.. nay. 1? . / ,at/1'1/S(I'f'. R. 8 ogard. II. l(yan.

knights of columbus

el playa no 1\NEEUNG: 0. Grant. /. Moll. V. Orlando . STAND ING: A. IJ01 oslaugh . .f. Ot'bs . .f. Hlacklll('r. M. GINt.wm, 111. McCann. S . Ascough. H. fil'l't•:.. ill. Conlin.


Ioyoia band

BAND STAFF

Ioyoia

glee

club EDW IN DE LA TOHH!o:

·

JERRY KENEFICK · ·

Vier-President

ROCEH BOCAIW

JOHN DO

. President

.

Pu blicit)'

ELLY ·

Treasu rcr

JOH01 l\1AECHLINC .

·

BILL SCHAD .

.

·

·

· Ma1w~rr

fJmprrlr Mr111a~rr

J EHHY CORY · · Assistant Proprrty

illana~('r

JOHN VALE\'CIA . AssistantfJroprrty

Jllana~('f

JIM TRAVIS . .

·

LIONEL GARCIA.

. Assistant l.ihrarian

STEVE POCSIK .

.

TOP !~OW: IJ. /Jlrssum, 0. Wolfe, J. Connell)'. F. Hinia.k, R. Roide, E. de let Tom·, /. N<·glia , IJ. T reytl. BOTTOM ROW: P. Conndlr . S. Trenberth , T. /Joland, f . Masero , J. l\i•fu'ficlc., J. Donnell)'· IV. Jlollenbeck (/)irf'clor}.

·

.

·

.

· Ubrarian

. J>uhlicil)'


loyolan staff

oyolnn

(os An.----

Editor· in· Chief -· -·· ·-· David E. Grant Managing Editor - - - -·Michael E. Gleason Business Manager --··-······--······ Edward S. Meade

Editorial Board

1st

semester

News Editor John Debs Feature< Editor Art McDcnouqh Sports Editor • Rob.rt Perez Orq11nizations News Editor Photographers Fo culty ModNator

.

.

Copy Editor ...... .. Terry Hunt UJ>iversity News Editor Don Garcia Photography Editor James Rearden . Bob Hendrickson Chuck Samacovo AI Bows'auqh Mile• Boland Rev. James J. Markey, S.J.

Stafi Reporters and Contributors Jack AIAfttich, Tony Alcorr Dick Aldrich, Robert Bl11ck, Ed Doblcowilci, M~~rio Domino, John Donnt'lly, Bill Fica, Bill Hager, Bob H..rgrave, Bill Hart, Chari<·S lbold, Dave Icc, Mike McC11nn, Bob Mor elli, Tom Murrin. larry Pa rl.er, DAvid Perez EdwMd Pinorno, J11y Price, Barry Sherman, Richord Snyder, Fr.-.nk Win· ningh~ff, Jell~ Bl<~ckrn ,.r, Joe Blomberg, Pa ul Tassi.

Fditor-in-Chief MatlBging Editor .Business Manager

l.nd

semester

.................................................... Tcrry Hunt ............................................_...... David E. Gr11nt .. . Edward S. Mcada

r<'Aiuros Editor M.ltt Goldbach Copy Editor Bill H,,g•r Uaws Editor . .. Diclc Aldrich University News Editor Barry ShermM ~ports Editor ......... Robert Pc ro:r. Photography Editor AI Bowsl,wqh hotogo11phrr ........ ... ........................ ............... . ... . Bob Morelr · sst. to Editor. . ....... _... .................................... Bob HM9revcf.,l culty Mod•rator Rev. James J . Marhy, S.J STAFF REPORTERS AND CONTRIBUTORS Jack Alo~fetich, Tony Alcocer, Frank Bacon. Robert Bleck, larry Botanich, Ed Dobkowslti, Ma rio Dom in o, John Donnelly, Bill Fice, Mih Gluson, Bob Hergreve, Charles !bold, Dave loa, Mike McCa nn, Ja c k McF• r! and , _Bob Morelli, Tom Murr in, larry Parker, D~tvic fere1, Edward Piuorno, ~om lteotes, Richord Snyder, John Bleck~r. Joe Blomberg, Poul T.usi, M ikt Tonto.


lair annual staff

/. R eardon. 13. /Jerez, M. Gleason, D. Grant , T. JllcDonald, A . !lie Donough, /.13/ackm er, A./Jowslaugh, E. Meade.

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1\N EEU N C: /. 8nbien, P. Kageywna, !. flinto, T . Dorset/, !. Ma echling. 8. 1\erslake, M. Tsu.s!tima, !. /,elute, 8. Charlton, K. McKensif.', T. Nurkf.'. F. Ka wase. ROW 1: 8. Courtn<'_l', T. R(•nnison, !. Moreton, R. Jones, S . A scoug!t . M. Conlin, M. Clenson. !. Travis, T. Mnrrin, M. McCann , M. Conlon, }. Clllltuk, C. Bauman, T. Bucklf'j', C. l:nn o, /. Rem ely, R. Wise, C. S wanson, }. Manno , B. McNair, T. O'Keefe, M . Tonti. ROW 3 : P. Nolan, !. Schmidt, }. Parker, C. Kessler, T. William s, }. 1/Yalker, D. llctber, M. Mallen, W. Scherr, !. Blackm er, E. Flynn, IJ.Oowns .

alpha delta gamma

100

PAT KANE

. l'rf.'si<lent

S. POCSIK

Vic('·/' rf.'siclent

C. IZUNO .

Sec rf.'lary

B. KERSLAKE

Treasurer


ROW l: P. Dufaud, ]. Amato, ]. Sullivan, M. Burke, D. McGovem , IJ. Bra.ndmeyer, T. Feeley. ROW 2 : P. Woodson , V. Thoemnes, B. Hill, P. Doughrrty, ]. Diffley.]. McNally, ]. S herwood, B. Hancock, N. Diehl, T. Harrington. 1?0/11 3: G. l'ingatore. ]. Fitzminnon.s, K. Sliva, M. Moder, T. Viola. ROW 4: R. McGreevy. G. Brown. B. M eMalton, F. Flory, D. Benadaret, P. Springer.

aristonians ]. Me lALLY - - - - - - - - l'residrnl

J. DIFFLEY

- V icr-J>residen.J.

T. VIOLA -

- T reasu rf.'r

M. BURKE -

. . l'('rtâ&#x20AC;˘tary

10 1


KNI•.,'EL/NG: C. lla<Me, C. Valvo, ]. 1/ugltrs, B. Frasher, F. Jorgensen, ]. ]arcey. II. Siltlar. D. lu ge. ]. Robinson, /11. Roberti . • TA N DING: /,. Kelly, ]. Jllack. ]. Don· nelly, f. Hile. A. 1/ogard, R. Cu::o, ]. /bold. D. T orres, IV. lf'en:el, 13. /):;ioba. C. Brockm eier, G. OstRrmann. D. Smith , R. Melrose, fl. Calhoun , II . Redman. II . >'ounger.

phi kappa B.

F I~AS I~ H

C. VALVO

102

Via· I' resident

]. MACK

St•cretary

II. CIH LA H

'f'n•asurc'l


ROW 1: 13. Martin£, ll. Keegan, ]. Vogel, IJ. Scuderi, fl'l . Da.vies. ROW 2 : ]. Burns. M. Masdeo, G. Massarn irw, ]. Cangelos£, IJ. Sandefnr, T. U::.za. ROlf 3 : ]. Johnson. M . Sweeney, P. Griffin, ]. Ravenna, C. Ha.yden, P. RJan, R. Marshall. RO/f1 4: ! .. 1\.arr, S . Matthew, R. /,ancaster, B. Schauppner, T . Valen::.ucla, IJ. !\.ramer.

• phi zeta s1gma W. DAV IES S. l\ TATTHEW

fJrl'sident . Vici'·President

13. CHAi\'lEI\ .

SecrNary

13. MAHSl-iALL

Treasurer

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KNEEUN C: D. Schaefer. D. Grant, R. Fournier. D. Pascale, T. McDonald.]. Sco/1 . ROW 1: C. Barbieri. ]. DeGeorge.]. /,ombino, K. Makature, f. 8aca. ]. McSweeny . W. Upp, ]. Meichtry, R. Farey. ROlf/ 2 : R. 1/endrickson, T . Bishop, W. Dolan. D. Curry . C. 1\.ovrly .

â&#x20AC;˘ s1gma rho D. PASCALE

.

13. McGUIRE

Vice-President

\V.

OR\VOOD

C. BA I{BIERI .

. President

Secretary Treasurer


athletic depart111ent

WILLTAJ\T .J. DONOVA Dirtâ&#x20AC;˘ctor of Ath!C'tics

1

RF.V. HOBEln TAYLOH. S. .J. AthiC'tic Moderator

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basketball


the 1956-57 lion basketball team

KN EELING: Engle (mgr.} , Amico, Kovely, Pingatore, Diehl, Donahue. STANDING: Drager (trainer} , McGreevy, Hoye, Benaderet, Brown, Moder, McMahon, Gerrnschied, Donavon ( coach}.

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The basketball season of 1956-1957 brought to a close the playing careers of five of the fin est boys that have ever represented Loyola U. We shall misf' Dav<路 Bcnadcret, Carnell e Brown, Chuck Kovely, Bill McMahon and Norm Diehl, and do certainly wish them all the success in their future endeavors. The sca$on itself marked our second year in th e California Basketball Af'sociation, and although it was not as successfu l a yea r as we had hoped it would be, nevertheless it was not without its bright spots. Our fine showing against USC and our wins over St. Mary's and Santa Clara were indeed fine performances. The trip to Hawaii will always be remembered by the team as the high spot in their four years at Loyola. Therefore, in look ing back at this season, we are forced to say that we had thought we would have a more impressive won and lost record, but we wou ld be rem iss if we did not exp ress ou r feeli ngs that we enjoyed working with thi s g roup and th at with all things being considered it was a successfu l rep resentati ve of Loyola University.

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San Diego U . ......................................路1-9 Sa n Di<'go Stat<' ................................ Gl Los Ang<'ks Stat<' ................................59 Regis ............................. ...... .............67 Ocd d<'nlal ................... ..... ................. 60 Univrrsity of Hawaii ................ ... . .58 Uniwrsit y of Hawaii .........................61 .S.C . ....................................... ...... 60 Los Angdes Sta!{' ...................... .......... ?~ Fresno State ............................ ...........67 College of Paci fi e .............................. 81 San Jose Stat<' ......................................78 St. l\1ary's ......................................... 59 t. Mary's ....................................... 66 U.S.F. ................ ............. ... ............66 Occid<'ntal ........................................... 56 Pcpperdi ne ......... ............. .. ................ 67 San Jos<' State .................................. 79 Sant a Clara .......... ..................... .... ....81 anla Clara ................. ............ . .... 57 U.S.F. .. ...........................................75 San Diego State ..............................76 Coll<'ge of Pacific ................................ 67 Fresno Stnte ....................... ............92 Pepperdinl! .................. . ............. . ...84-

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Loyola's 1956-57 basketball season was one of only moderate success as far as seasonal statistics are concerned. The Lions finished th eir second year in th e California Basketball Association with a 5-9 record and an overall season record of 11-14. Newcome rs to the Loyola varsi ty gained a great deal of expe ri ence, especially on th e Hawaii trip and ea rly season games. Hi ghlighting the season we re victories over San ta Clara (58-57) and Saint Mary's (64--59). As usual th e season had its heartbreaking moments as th e Lions were edged by U.S.C. (59-60) in the last 3 seconds and the 5 ove rtime Joss to Fresno State (90-92).

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Dave Benac!eret runs into a lillie cliffi. cuh y as he tries to srore a 1-urket.

A trio of S.C. Trojans stand by helplrssly as Rill McMahon shtlfs the hall.

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Garnry seems to surprise Doss of St. Mary's

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Th e real story of the Loyola 1956-57 basketball season was the wa y in which Garnette Brown re-wrote the Lion reco rd book . Brown scored 558 po ints this season, to break the on e season a ll-time scoring mark of 530, held previously by coach Bill Donavon. Brown's sco ring average was 20.6, which broke Bob Cox's previous hi gh of 17.7. Th en Brown went on to break every free throw record Loyola had. Most attempts one season- 256; M ost made one season-186; Most attempts one game-20; and most made one game- 16. Jn seasons accuracy, Brown set the alltime field goal percentage figure at 49ro . In Cali fornia Basketball Association play Brown established a new league mark with 120 free throws made during CBA pla y. Brown was accorded many honors during the season, which we re capped by the receipt of two awards at the end of the campaign. He was named to the first string All-CBA team selected by the coaches. The Los Angeles Sports路 writers nam ed Brown to the All-Southern Cali fornia team by a unanimous choice of 8 1 out of a possible 8] votes. This vote made Brown th e most valuable pla yer of the area .

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nrown, Benaderet, McMahon, and " Friend" display hanlwarr <·aplured by Lions in annual cha rit y gamt' against P rppcrclinr.

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STAND ING: M£ke DeStefano (coach), Jim Mitsch . Barry Sherman , Pano Del Valle. Dick Lewis, Ray Wall. l,arry /Jo:;anich. 1/ank Man:;e. Frank Allison. tl1ickl'·'· Masdeo. I\.NEELING: f oe Pinto, M£ke Gleason, Pat 1\ane, Cyril Baumann. Emit• Jllllr•n:;uela, 1\·en Earley, Bob 1\erslake, Terry Matula.

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1957 LOYOLA BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Loyola vs. Vallry J .C. at Valley Loyola vs. El Camino at El Camino Loyola vs. U.S.C. at Loyola Loyola vs. Sa n Dirgo State at San Diego Loyola vs. San Dirgo Marines at San Diego Loyola vs. L' .S.C. at U.S.C. Loyola vs. Santa Monica C.C. at S.M.C.C. Loyola vs. Valley J.C. at Loyola Loyola vs. L.A. City College at L.A.C.C. Loyola vs. Srquoia Coll r.ge at Loyola Loyola vs. Lor~ !{ Brac-h Stalr at Loyola Loyola vs. East Los Angrles J.C. at E.L.A.J .C. Loyola vs. L.A. City Colkg(• at Loyola

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Loyola vs. Brigham Young at Loyola Loyola vs. Pcpperdine at Loyola Loyola vs. Occidental at Loyola Loyola vs. U.C.L.A. at Loyola Loyola ,·s. Harbor J.C. at Harbor Loyola vs. Long Beach at L.B. Loyola vs. S.M.C.C. at Loyola Loyola vs. Long Beach Navy at Loyola Loyola vs. U.C.L.A. at U.C.L.A. Loyola vs. El Cam ino at Loyola Loyola vs. Pepperdine at Pepperdine Loyola vs. Long Beach Navy at Long Beach


BOB KERSLAKE Shortstop

MIKE GLEASON Third Base

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BARRY SIIERMAN Pitcher

('YRIL B \ MAN Catcher

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Bob Krrslakc pulls a single to right.

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Ern ie Valenzuela shows ~oocl form foll owi n ~ through on pitch.

" Whitey" Kl•rslake is m<'l at home hy teammates Joe· Pinto and T<'rry Ma1ula.

Kl'n Earl•·y swings hard, pun•:hing a has•~ hit through the holr.

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STANDING: M. Ton ti (Captain) , Carl Slawski, John Van Dyke, Zeno Pfau. KN EELING: Charl<-s lho c kmcier. Grorge Meulmeslrr.

STAND ING: D. McCon..-n. B. Clark. H. Cihlar. B. lkr~­ man. J. M(·ichtry. l'Vf. D~'mp,;.(·~·. H. Dzinha. A. How ,;.lau~h. K lFELI NC : .1. Ca ll ag hn. J. ~la"no. J. !hold. S. Slii iC:"In·.

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intramurals

Intramural directors, Jim Moreton a nd Bob Perez, pose for the camera before beginning a nother " mura l" basketball game.

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Mark " Wee Wee" Tsuchima of ADG pushes his way through Noma ds' Bruce O'Dell and Mike McCann for a T.D. in Lhe championship game won by the Dells, 31-14.


Frank Musceci runs into a little heavy traffic as he tries to ~a in yardal!:c a round end.

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Joe Remley takes ofT for another ADG score after grabbing a pass intended for Hugh Redmond of Phi Kappa.

" Kiss'' McCann, of the Nomads, moves up from halfback lo inlercrpl Arislonian aerial.

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Slo Moshun'~ powerful blocking clears the way for J im Amato.


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in the beginning: Registration nrver changes . No matter what you may learn at Loyola, you never lea rn how to register . .. Everytime you think you can beat the system they change it ... The R.O. welcomes you like a long lost son ... The Lair always has to get its mug shots ... At least the Registrar arranges it so you have pl en ty of compan y in line . .. As one bard phrased it, "Confusion worse con founded ... "

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"whether 'ti s nobl er in tlw mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortun e .

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"or to take up arms against a sea of troubles, and by opposing end them? . .. "

the young lions: Climaxing the tradi ti onal F'rosh llell Week is tlw Soph-F'rosh Brawl Through good clean fun , the Frosh Th<' an d Sophs work out th eir difT('I'ences last Frosh was exhumed fron1 the mud pit The on ly thre<' weeks f o llowin~ tlw Brawl Crimso n Circle, too, corn<'::> in for its shar(' of tlw fun , particu la rl y wlwn both ~ ides tum aga ins t th e men in n路d swea ters The KOC. Bl oodrivc followed close on tht' het>l s of tlw Brawl It s purpose was to collect bl ood from Loyola men, not dis pense it 0

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"hungary is dying . . . "

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ovembcr the Free World was stunned by the Red Purge in H un~a ry ... A tel e~ ra m of petiti on was re路 ceived by Loyola . .. Tom McDonald made a recommendation for a Freedom March in thr Student Le~ i slature Meeting . . . The Solons laughed as they voted ror it .. . But not all Loyol ans laughed . . . Rirt Fourn ier join ed forces with McDonald ... The Studen t Body ~ath c r e d behind the march ... Hundreds of students pa int ed signs and prepared ror the March . . . Oth er schools were contacted ...

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. . . At l :00 PM on Friday, November 7, 1956 the March began ... Cars and trucks moved out from Loyola ... The March formed in Pershing Square, where Loyola was joined by students from other colleges ... 1000 students marched in complete silence through the hot streets of downtown Los Angdes .. . Led by the Aags of America and Hungary, they carried placards and wore black armbands in memory of the Hungarian dead . . .

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... At the City Hall steps, Mayor Poulson came out to meet the students ... He congratulated them on their silent march for freedom ... Tom McDonald presented the Mayor with a resolution asking for a barrage of letters to government and U. N. officials supporting the Hungarian Revolt ... Then the students silently dispersed ... The Freedom March stands as a lasting tribute to the efforts of Loyola students, faculty and administration . . . No one student or group of students was responsible for its success ...

the boards: Following the Freedom March, a more unhappy finish was written for another Loyola project ... The awaited Varsity Show was still-born ... Written by Matt Goldbach and Tom McDonald, it was to be produced by Don Eitner and to be directed by Rift Fournier ... Tryouts were held, a staff was obtained, and sets were designed ... However the watchwords of the Girls Colleges seemed to be "Immorality and Intelligence" .. . The show had beer in one scene (immoral) and was "too intelligent for college students" ... Thus it died a-bornin' . . .

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rock pretty gym: Loyola recein•d anoth<'r ta ~ tc of \l odcrn . ounds when the :\ristonian Fraternity presented Shell ey \1 ann and his \len ... Father Kennard, Loyola ·s expert on Kant and Kenton, conducted a short Jazz Seminar ... Tom Ha rrington, \-1arty Burke and the boy!'\ at least pron'd that Loyola tric ~ to be lwp ... It was one of the biggest crowd s in th<' gy m all y<·ar ... Too bad Billy Donovan doesn't pla y drum s .. .

the brave bulls: Student Controversy reached its peak during the first semester with the 1FC.Org Board cont roversy ... It all b(·· gan when Bob Press decided that the tudent CovNnm<'nt should be consistently democrati c ... Thi s outraged the frat ernities ... They felt th ey were entitled to dual or triple representation because they " work hard er th an anybod y else" . . . John Wilhelm swelled the rank s of the ant i-IFCcrs ... Despite an en· li ght ened cru sade, Press and Wilhelm were crushed by a barragC' of fratern ity pins . And a chant issu<'cl forth from the Hill .. .

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iournalism seminar: Loyola's journalism sem inar for high-school students featured (from right to lrft ) Robert Young, ~1erv Houser, 1ra Walsh, and Felix Doherty. The event was a personal triumph for Father Markey who is now assured that nr-.;t yea rs freshman Loyolan staffns wi ll have some journali tic background.

"i believe in god . .. "

c.c.d.: One of the mogt active and unheralded carn pu ~ groups, thr Confra ternity of Christ ian Dortri ne is also known as Catholie Civi l Defensr . . . Thi s is an apt title for the Loyola men who spend hours bringing the Faith to the poorer ehildrrn of the \rchdi OC<'5(' . â&#x20AC;˘ .


the boards: The second Del Rey Players' Production was " Joan of Lorraine" . . . Dolores Hicks, Bob Denver, Bill Bashe, Ron Trujillo and Mayo Loiuzeaux starred ... From thi s production, Dolores Hicks received a contract from Hal Wallis and became Dolores Hart ... Mayo Loiuzeaux also received several offers .. .


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"he became an officer and a gentleman ... "

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ef'evenzlr !Annual ( )fJ!li/iiary [/3a /l CGuesday, (J)ecembet· seventh 01irreleen hundt·ed and J;fiy-[ow· (J)e/ cYJ!lar @lub danla (yn011ica, @a!i/()n'lia

military bailers: Th e Milita ry Ball featured Julie Wilson, one of the more ta lented personali· ties to appear in recent yea rs . . . Fra nk Ma rlowe, the com ic, practically killed himself getting laughs . . . And Jane Howard reigned as Hon· orary Lt. Colonel ... Ed Flynn and Bill Cord ero were kept busy staging the fin e show . . .

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Captain Maybe had been locked tn a closet by Pvt. Goofov and the Milita ry Ball was approaching. Perhaps he would mi ss it. Just as Maybe was giving up hope, the door opened, a sma ll janitor had come in to get his broom. Maybe was free! But it was only a few hours to the Ball and the cra mped quarters had given him a stiff neck . He cou ld only look straight ahead. It was then he spied Goofov. Maybe':; trap· like milita r y mind immed ia tely saw a soluti on to hi s pli ght. "Goofov" , Maybe snapped, "you got me in this mess with a stiff neck and you're going to help me dress and lead me to the Ball. I have to go." Goofov sneered, "O. K. Chump. " A few hours later they were at the Ball. Maybe could still stare on ly straight ahead, neither up nor down nor sideways. Goofov had helped him dress and drow him to the Ball. P eople were laughing at him. Maybe then passed a mirror. He was wearing a German uniform. How could thi s be? Maybe Maybe was wrong.


rally! The initial Basketball Rally of the season introduced th e team to Loyolans and their date:; .. . It also introduced Loyolans to a great new talent, Dood les Weaver . . . Dood les' brand of liquid hum or set th e evening off and made it a ni ght to forget ... He Aoated on and was ca rriecl off . .. Don Lew is and Otto Schweitzer decid ed to cancel their life路membership in his fan club . ..

. . . And the Loyola Band saved the Rall y . . . Who needs Lawrence Welk?

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. . . Billy Donovan convi need the Ra 11 y crowd that the players knew what they were doing, even if he didn't ... Courtney and Calli,路an still try to pr<'lend that ~ they're cheerleaders . . . Everyone knew they were just Doodles Weaver, split in half ...

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of Columbus threw their annual Chri~tmas Party for the boys from Rancho San Antonio . . . Tony Perna was the onl y Santa Claus in history who gave away pizza . . . The kids also rrcrived American toys . . . Ont> particularl y brave individual asked Father Kilp if an Indian had really scalped him . _ .

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... The Cni ve rsit y Lecture Seri es too k a turn for the more entertaining with the readings of John Ca rradine

. . . and thos<> stud ents who do that kind of thing bega n stud ying for l si semester fin als.

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"the captains and the kings depart ... "


"San Franei::;co is a lovely town. It's got lots of hills and lots of thrills and it's near an ocean of some size."

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"We have a lost chi ld here."

great grey town: Loyola in路 vaded San Francisco in full force ... The town has yet to recover ... They were looking for fog-bound enchantment, oriental delights, intrigue, adventure, conquest ... also bars and restaurants . . . THURSDAY : Th e train arrived, also ca rs, bikes and motorboats filled with happy li ons and their companions . . . Many headed fo r Chinatown and the oriental delights of Johnny Kan's and Y ee Jun's ... Those with ei ther no money or imagination went to the dance ... Francine Gazvoda and (Mac) found the Matador offered a better atmosphere than the San Franci sco Rowing Club ...


'liN 4NIIr. friday: Tom McDonald, Jim Scott and Tom Renni sao n invited the Mayor of San Francisco, George Christopher, to the Loyola Homecoming ... He handed them a bill for the first night's damage ... Those Loyolans who could see spent most of the day s ightseeinp; . . . Golden Gate Park was quite popular, although some were disappointed in the 1apanese T eahouse ... Marlon Brando wasn't waiting tables ... Seal Rocks at the Cliff House we re also viewed ... The first stop at night was Kezar Pavillion for th e USF Game ... They still have a good team . .. Then on to Fi sherman's Wharf where Dave Grant got cute with a live crab and lost a close split decision . . . The better scotch and wate ring-holes followed: The Tin Angel, the Hungary Eye, Purple Onion, Vesuvio's ... The Gateway Singers' reco rd album had an immediate upswing in sales in Westchester ... J

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Northern hospitality ran out when Loyola went to Moraga for the St. Marys Game . . . Gael officials felt that the ne ighborhood boyscouts were more entitled to see the game th an Loyola students . . . They also arranged for it to rain . .. They probably hoped to dampen Loyola spirits ... It was also arranged so that the students who got in we re entitled to reserved seats on the floor . . . Loyola finally began to feel tha t it was not wanted ...

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. . . Since Saturday was the last night in San Francisco, most Loyolans with any money left decided to try the better restaurants .. . The Blue Fox (Across from the County Morgue) features all you can eat for $187.50 . . . Ernies', Amel io's, Omar Khayam's, and T rader Vic's also received their share of Loyola's trade . . . T he Top of the Mark was the scene of many Loyolans' last look at 'Frisco . . . It was also the scene of the one full hour when John Lehny owned Tom Rennisaon .. . T he Stewart Hotel said it was closed for repairs . .. Three weeks later they found a Loyolan stuck in an ai r shaft . . .

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a pretty girl: The Queen judging was as usual one of the hilites of Homecoming . . . Over 80 gi rls tried out . .. Thus by the end of the judging, all the judges, but one, had reached a state of complete submission ... Some thought the event was most appropriate fo r a school with Loyola's classical tradition ... Because it bore a remarkable similarity to a R oman slave market . .. The girls were eyed from all angles by th e organizations who would back them in the contest ... Such qualiti es as beauty, poise, personalit y and endurance were all considered .. . that one day made the campus look beller than any bui lding program possible ...

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.. . unfortunately not all the cand idates could be elected, but it's losers like these that make the contest interesting . ..

. . . That's right boys, just make your mark here and you've voted for a homecoming queen. And no carnpa1gnmg is allowed within eighteen inches of the polls.

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. .. The Dixie concert saw the birdmen's pride and joy, Miss Juli e Mack, crowned as homecom ing queen ...

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"man, if you got to ask what d ixieland is you'll nev er get to know. "

... The Culver City Memorial Auditorium drew a crowd of two-beat fans to hea r Teddy I3uckncr an'cl his boys go marchin ' in ...


" ... time for Mardi gras . .. "

... The homecoming queen and court looked like New O rl eans transplanted to Culver City

. .. the Enginens took the lion to Bourbon Street to sip cognac and listen to Dixieland and managed to "alk away with tlw :;weepstakt' prize ...

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. . . The Arnold Air Society Aoat featured girls an d so did the Boarder's Aoat . . . 111 fact all the Aoats featured girls ...

. . . and then there was the problem of what to do with the Aoats after the parade ...

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Mount Saint Mary's ... took the award for the best girls school float which goes to show what pretty girls will do for a float . ..

. . . Phi Kappa was judged the most ori ginal float and there was no doubt as to who built thi s one .. .

. . . The Zetas took theme prize with a masked lion and a two beat jack in the box . ..


garnette brown dept: The biggest home game crowd of the season turned out for the homecoming game with Santa Clara. As Garnette Brown went so went the Lions and the midget (6'3") center hit for 32 points while holding S.C.'s high scorer, 6'7" Rich Montgomery to 8 points ...

. . . the game was so exciting that sportscaster Sam Balter was in a frenzy even before the game started ...

. . . and the scoreboard tells the whole storyLoyola 58- Santa Clara 57 .. .


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The NFCCS brought many laughs to Loyola thi s yea r ... Some th ought it meant th e National Federation of Catholi c College Sod-busters ... Actually it is merely WCTU spelled backwards . . . The first big excitement ca me wh en the NFCCS delegation voted against the new NF Constitution after they had been instructed by the Legislature to vote in favor of it ... Thi s caused a littl e conce rn and helped the L~gislature llnd something else to do in the meeting besides ea ting the ir lunches . . . The amount of money necessary for NF Offi cers to attend conventi ons also came unde r fire ... The visit of "NF 1\ational E mpe ror" Da irmiud 0'cannla in to Loyola finally con\'inced Loyola students th at S400.00 a year was just too much to pay for laughs ... Upon recommendation of Tom McDonald, the Legi la ture voted to drop out of NF . . . And as Carron Vincent disappeared in the sunset and the band played "Please Don 't Talk About Me When I'm Gone", Loyola sai led away from the NF Wonderland . . .

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" .. . and the voice of the turtle is heard in the land .. . "

. . . which is more or less appropriate for KXLU. The voice of Loyola is hea rd a good deal more widely due to the introduction of F-M broadcasting. The Federal Communicati ons Commission granted th e li cense in March and radio Loyola promptly moved in the 88.7 megacycle spot on th e F-M dial ...

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orri s Po ul~on mad<> a campaign app<>arance on campus and pl eaded for a more active interest in politi cs fro m yo un~ peo ple. Th at one guy in the row behind the mayor is a di sgrunt led Yeakel supporter still hoping for a free Oldsmobile ...

next to the last hurrah: Mayor

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. . . judging from the turnout there a re some peopl e on th e Del Rey ca mpus alread y taking an inte rest in politi cs ...

famous quotes dept: " I'd like to see my na me on that new a irport. " ( Hizzone r Mayor Poulson ) .

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take good care of yourself: Sigma Rho madr the switch from social to service group and handled the arrangements necessary to provide polio shots for Loyolans . . .

. . . Grant is apprehensive .. .

. . . and Doctor Sullivan winces for all to see ...

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brush up your shakespeare: The Bard made his debut on Loyola's campus as the Del Rey Players gave a fine production of "Henry n路". Veteran performers ~a ,o e Loyolan's imaginative actin~ and ,;tap;ingo Bob Denver wa~ the big man in the role of Fal5taff 0

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. . . And th e:- La ir ta fT fin all y got around to puttin ~ all of thi s stuff into a book, (Two weeks before dead line) .

Blackmer and Scott pond er questions such as who put Fath er Kilp 's pi cturr in the Seni or secti on and how do you spell "Coznoufszki ."

Reardon resolves to load the cam era next time ...

. . . and McDonough and Gleason try to fit 10 inch wide pi ctures on 9 inch wide pages ...

. . . eventu all y the whole thing is put together, to make up th e

1957 LAIR ANNUAL


patron I i st Mr. and Mrs. Ca rl Bashe Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ben nett Jose ph S. Best Mr. and lVl rs. Ernest J. Bohanon Anthony F. Bozonick l\1r. and Mrs. C. Ri chard Brad ley Lou i F. Brossci t l\lr. and l\1rs. i\1ike Ca ldarera l\1r. and Mrs. J. I. Ca rlo 1\lr. and i\1rs. John L. Ca rroll Mr. and 1rs. \\l illiam Cihlar 1r. and l\ l rs. John F. Courtney, r. Mr. and i\1r~ . E. W. Cragin Ca therine F. Emenake r Edward J. Fi scher .Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fitzsimons Mr. Ma rtin Forrest 13urton Frasher Marga ret Fusell o Or. Wil bur H. Carrell Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. G riley l\1r. and Mrs. George W. Groves, Jr. Mr. and i\lr . William Hage r ]. Carter Hermann Leonard Heron Dea n R. Hurley 1\lr. and 1\lr::-. Art Johnson 1r. and 1rs. A. C. Kelly Al<'ll. Kostyzak 1r. and l\1 rs. J. l\ ledley Lawbaugh

l\-lr: and Mrs. Leo C. Logsdo n

l\1r. and l\1 rs. Geo rge L. Lower Geo rge L. l.ower Dr. and M r . l\larvin :\lack i\1 r. and 1\lr:s. \Vi lli a m F. 1\ladden l\1r. and l\ lrs. William C. \1 at hes :\lr. and 1\lr:.. Don lon P. \IcCovern l\1r. and \lr::.. H. D. :\leade 1\l r. and :\Irs. \'incent]. \lica ll ef lrs. Di ck \l odrr 1\lr. and 1\lrs. Gerald \look \lr:;. Mil dred 1\l. 1\loss 1\l r. and 1r~ . R. L. Noble l\lr. and :\1r~ . Ambrose O'Connell, Jr. T. H. Peckham 1r. and l\'Irs. :\dolph Pern a Zeno Pfau Dr. and 1r5. San toS. Pol ito Mary C. Hya n Mr. and 1\'lrs. Paul E. Sanchez Dr. and Mr~ . S. r\ . Scud eri Charles E. ' pringer 1\lr. and !\-Irs. LouisTasscl li Mr. and l\1rs. \V. 1.. Tooley Dr. and l rs. Frank C. Vah·o 1\l r. and lr:;. \Villiam Ventura ;\lr. and .l\l rs. J. C. \ 'owcl, 1\lr. Edwa rd P. Young, r. 1\l r. and 1\l rs. l·~dwa rcl Shimko i\lr. and i\lrs. Daniel E. Whelan, Jr.

Not includc•d in th e ahovc• list ar<' nam es of JUitf'VII S l't'CI'it' c' £1 ajta the l/llf/1/(1/ H' l' lltto fJf'<'SS.


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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PLATING COMPANY

Best Wishes from

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ENGINEERS ••• LOOK 'FEN YEARS AHEAD!

A Douglos engineer livos horo

They can .. . if you start your Douglas career now! Your obj ectives are prob ably high p rofessional standing, good income, good secu rity and good living. All four can be achieved at Douglas. Douglas h as the repu tation of bein g an "en gineer's ou tfi t," with th e three top administrative posts being h eld b y en gineers. Maybe th at's why it's th e biggest, most successful unit in its field. Certainly it offers the en gineer u nexcelled opportunities in th e specialty of his ch oice .. . be it related to missiles or commercia] or military aircraft. You've looked around. Now look ah ead .. . and contact Douglas. F or f urther information about opportu nities with Douglas in San ta Mon ica, El Segundo an d Long Beach , California and Tulsa, Oklah oma, write today to: DOUGLAS

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C. C. LaVen e, Box C-6102, 3 000 Oc·N m l'ark Blvd ., Santa Monica , <;:alif.

First in Aviation I. A-2205-A Rcv.-Acronautical En~-: i nceoin~-: Review, April: America n Aviat ion, April 22: America n Rocket New~, April ; Autom atic Control, Ap1:1: A,n om otivc lndu , trie,, Apri l 15; Av iation Week, April 22; Cont ro l En~-:inccrin~, April ; De>i~-: n Ne ws, April i ); Electri cal En~-:ineerin~-:, Ma y; Electronic,, April l ; ISA Journal , A pri l; Journal of Applied l'hy>ics, April: Mechanical En!:i nceri n ~-:, April; N ucleonics, Apri l; Phy>ics Today, April; Proceed in~> o f the IRE, April ; Produ ct Engineering, Apr il ; Rc.ca rch & En~-:in cering, A pril; SAE Jou rna l, April ; Scientific Ameri ca n, April , 1957 Produced by }. W alter Thom pson Companr, Lo~ Angeles


Dry Cleaning on Campus Deluxe Cleaners and Dyers 1 04 SOUTH LA BREA AVE.

FRED B. SUITE

LAURENCE J. CONDON

Discount Prices to Students

President

Vice -President

OR 8-3603

OR 7-2455

Compliments of

WISE TIRE CO. Dan B. Wise U. S. ROYAL TIRES Retreading (Guaranteed) Inglewood

949 South La Brea

CAPITDI. 'fiECDRDS . BI.DG.

PAINTED BY THE

Local Loan

J. p. CARROLL COMPANY 218 NO. JUANITA AVE., LOS ANGELES 4, CALIF.

Perfection in Painting , jo1路 a Qua1路ter Centu'ry

Company

May we have the opportunity of discussing your painting problem -either commercial, residential or industrial?

Phone : DUnkirk a-9441

Compliments of

HOLLYWOOD

CALIFORNIA


Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '57

HIGHEST RATE OF DIVIDEND consistent w ith sound management princ iples -- Current rate 4% per annum pa id 4 times a year. INSURED SAFETY-- to $10,000 for each separate account . RECOGNITION of the Customer as the most important person in the Assoc iat ion. These have been our policies since we first opened our doors on July 8, 1936, and will continue to be our policies. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Joseph J. Malone, President, D irector Walter D. Smyth, Execut ive Vice-President, Secretary, D irector Louis J . Canepa, Counsel, Director John H. Geier, Treasurer, Director Dr. T. W. Whittaker, Director

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LOAN

ASSOCIATION

3500 W ILSHIRE BOULEVARD AT NORMAND IE LOS ANGELES 54, CA LI FORN IA DUnkirk 5-447 1


Murray £o10pany Since 1913 Congratulations to the Class of "57" 21 04 South Vermont

Los Angeles 7, Calif. RE 1-3104

McNeil Construction Co. 5838 Wilshire Blvd . Los Angeles 36

Loyola University Guild An Association of Women Affiliated with the University

• Sharing fully in the University Progress • Helping students attain Christian Stature • Enioying lifetime social friendship • Profiting from cultural and spiritual activities

"Building the West Since 1886"

LAWRENCE G . McNEIL BRUCE W. McNEIL

Harvill Corporation 6251 W est Century Los Angeles 45, California


L. A. Le Fevere & Sons, Inc.

FOSTER

GENERAL CONTRACTORS

5615 Reseda Blvd.

SAND AND GRAVEL CO.

Tarzana, Calif.

Di 3-1936

WEST COAST FIXTURE CO. RESTAURANT SUPPLIES

915 So. Spadra Road

626 Broadway.

Sonta Monica, California

Fullerton LAmbert 5-1183

HIDEAWAY SUPPER CLUB Dining, Dancing · No Minimum, No Cover

5775 W. Adams, Los Angeles Re se rvations Call WE 6-4501

RED-E-MIX CONCRETE TO ALL LOYOLA STUDENTS AND FACULTYWe Wish to Extend the Hospitality and Facilities of Our Store to You

Good Luck!

Gerry Werner '34, Genera/ Manager

WESTCHESTER MUSIC CENTER

SECURITY ENGRAVING, INC. 2714 WEST 54TH STREET

WINKlE'S SPIRIT SHOP

LOS ANGELES 43, CALIF. Ice Cream · Free Delivery · Delicate ssen

8349 lincoln

OR 2-1272

HOOVEN LETTERS

TR 4495

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FAST PICK UP AND DELIVERY A COMPLETE PHOTOENGRAVING & MAT SERVICE FOR NEWSPAPERS, COMMERCIAL PRINTING, MOTION PICTURES, ADVERTISING AGENCIES

COURTESY

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Ing lewood 3, California OR 8-3381

OR 7-8137

Westchester Florist and Gift Shop 9146 Sepulveda Blvd.

SERVICE Los Anaeles 45

OR 1-9107


JOHN LEHNE & SON PAINTING & DECORATI NG LICENSED CONTRACTOR INSURED

MANRESA JESUIT

Free Estimates

652 Kensington Rd.

EX. 6-6378

RETREAT HOUSE CHAPEL

Azusa, Californ ia

Santa Monica, Calif. A.I.A. Award 1955

WALLACE NEFF, Architect

PALLER AND GOLDSTEIN

DUMAS OF CALIFORNIA HA ND TA ILORED

SHEET METAL

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I 3309 South Western

Los Angeles 14

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WESTCHESTER BUILDING CO. See M od el Hom e Playa Del Re y A rea

MANCHESTER AND PERSHING DR.

METWOOD MANUFACTURING CORPORATION STAMPINGS • TOOLS AND DIES PRECISION TOOLS AIRCRAFI MACHINING

SUTTON & FROST ELECTRIC COMPANY

AND EXPERIMENTAL

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COMPLETE MFG. SERVICE 15029 South Figueroa St., Gardena

5443 E. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles 22, California

R. J. Schoen, Class of '35 PL. 4-2957

DA. 4-6629

RAymond 3-6148

GOLDEN STATE LUMBER CO.

CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF '56

DEPENDABLE QUALITY AND SERVICE 2436 Santa Monica Blvd. Santa Monica, Calif. EX 5-3275 TE 0-4608

Frank G. Krantz, Pres. Fred H. Krantz, Manager

The Bay Printing l:o. 120 Mildred Avenue

EADINGTON FR lJIT £0.

PACKERS AND SHIPPERS OF CITRUS FRUITS

Venice, Calif. PRINTERS, ENGRAVERS, STATIONERS 182

EX 6-5946

FULLERTON, CALIF.


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1957

• •• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

ROBERT B. HEDBERG GENERAL CONTRACTOR

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Wherever you are, wherever you go, consider this: New Royal 76 is the West's most powerful premium ~ -

Doesn' t new Royal 76 b elong in your pict ure, too? It's the \\"est's most powerful premium gasolin e. It makes dr iving there a lmost as enjoyable a~ \\'hat you do after you arrive. You get it at your Union Oil station where (customers tell us) the ~ I inute

Man's service is as good as his gasol inc. At the sign of the

big 76 where - you know you always get the finest.

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America's Finest Service Station System


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PROPOSED STUD ENT CENTER

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333 So.

BE,\ ll OilY Av EN UE

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J<iM'S FINE FOOD Phone OR 1-6731

TINY NAYLOR'S RESTAURANT

CHINESE AND AMERICAN DISHES

MANCHESTER AT SEPULVEDA

Food to Go • Banquet Rooms Available

234 W. Manchester

Sudan Stevene1•

DUNHAM AND MYERS ROOFING COMPANY

Pamela Stevener

712 CENTINELA INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA

OXFORD PRESS Printers and Publishers

6015 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, Calif. HO 4-7315

Glenn Olson

Dean Olson

OLSON BROS. Producers and Distributors of Local Fresh Eggs 3855 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood 186

We Never Close

ST 7-3481


Compliments of

Basic Building Materials

GREAVES BROTHERS BUILDERS STate 5-2259

MANUFACTURERS

Van Nuys, Calif.

PRODUCERS

1650 South Alameda

SOUTHWEST SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION

los Ange les 54, Calif.

2611 W. Manchester Blvd.

DISTRIBUTORS

Inglewood, Calif.

TUXEDO RENTALS Special Rates to Loyola Students \Jpen Tuesday & Thursday and Fraternities

TE 0-277 1

VE 8-5353

Jocelyn Motor Corporation Dodge and Plymouth Cars

WEbster 3-5537 (2 Blocks East of La Brea) After Six Call 5108 WILSHIRE BOULEVARD 8 4302 WE

Dodge Job Rated Trucks 990 I Washington Blvd.

Even ings

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REAR PARKING FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

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OR 7-7098

Congratulations to the Class of '56

WESTCHESTER STATIONERS • Commercial Office Supplies • Memo & Dup. Supplies • Parker & Schaeffer Pens OR 8-5091

OR 1-7731

Westchester Federal Savings &Loan Assn. of Los Angeles 3 112 % Per Anoum-lnsured Savings

8751 La Tijera Blvd. los Angeles 45, Calif.

RUSSEl C. CHASE President

THE HYATT HOUSE HOTEL a nd RESTAURANT

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Engineering opportunities for Mechanical and Electrical

An Airport Hotel

Engineers in the expanding field of guided missiles and

at the Los Angeles Airport

aircraft Environmental Testing. Hydraulic -Pneumatic-fuel -

5547 W. Century Blvd.

OR 2-914 1

mechanical Electronic guided missle systems.

187

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EA 2-1763 OR 8-4251


Featuring: Louis Roth, Natulaire Hart Schaffner & Mark Clothes

Campbell's STORE FOR MEN

332 Santa Monica Blvd.

10925 Weyburn Ave. Westwood Village

Valley Plaza Store 6551 Laure l Canyon Blvd.

LEE TAPERED SLACKS

North Hollywood

Ivy style Greetings and Thanks to Loyola University.

in fine

We have served you continuously since 1944

polished cotton

SOUTHERN FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN.

• strap back, • tapered legs

3871 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles 5

• color fas t

Royce H. Heath, Pres. Since 1924

• sanforized

4% Dividends Free Parking or Save by Mail Postage Prepaid

COLORS Sand Beige - Ivy Green Campus White -

Ebony Black

popularly priced featured at

GLENWOOD MEN'S SHOP 20 I North Market Street 188

Inglewood, Calif.


It's Always Topps for Loyola Men

CULVER CITY TYPEWRITER CO. Headquarters for Duplicating Supplies 9634 Culver Blvd .

Culver City

...__ _ _ _ _ _ VE 8-2154

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Sky Lane Restaurant {We Feature Fine Food-Pizza) Loyola Village

OR 4-41 I I

Gallupo Construction Co. All Types of .Stone Work, Brick Work Fire places, Etc I I 166 South Figueroa

PL 4-1935

Congratula tions to the Class of '57

Topps Restaurant Open Daily 6 A.M. to 11 :30 P.M.

FUSECKS

Fri. and Sat. 6 A.M. to 1 A.M.

EXCLUSIVE IMPORTS Hand Carved Sacred AA Wood and Marble 2502 West 7th, Los Angeles 57

Breakfast DU 2-8048

Lunch

Dinner

Short Orders

Westchester-Next to the Loyola Th e atre

COMPLIMENTS

~

of a

GEO. M. SUTTON

FRIEND

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HARRIS McGALLIARD

Ford Dealer Since 1921

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 15 12 5th Ave.

NEW CARS- USED CARS OR 8-1266

OR 1-6176

Inglewood, Calif. 227 No. Market St., Inglewood Open Evenings til 9 P.M. C losed All Day Sunday


REDONDO TRADING POST SPECIAL PRICES TO LOYOLA ALUMNI, STUDENTS, FRIENDS AND RELATIVES

FRIGIDAIRE

MAYTAG

SERVEL

RCA WHIRLPOOL

O'KEEFE & MERRITT

SPEED KING

WEDGEWOOD

NORGE

WESTERN HOLLY

GRUNDIG HI-FI

TAPPAN GAS RANGES

ZEN ITH TV

GAFFERS & SATTLER

HARDWARE. PAINTS, ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT HOME FURNISHINGS, BUILDING SUPPLIES FURNITURE

II 0-114 Diamond St.

Redondo Beach FRontier 2-2141


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