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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF .. .... . . . . .... Glenn Stronks PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR . .. ... . . Carlos Salazar BUSINESS MANAGER .......... Bob Armstrong MODERATOR ...... . . Father James Markey, S.J .


LAIR ANNUAL 1g 6 2

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Loyola University is located fifteen miles from the hea rt of metropolitan Los Angeles on the Del Rey Hills. From here it commands a beauli ful panorama of the Los Angeles Valley from the Santa Monica Moun tain~ to the Sea. Founded in 1911 by the J esuit Fa thers. Loyola was established as a Cath olic University for the r ducation of thr Christian gentleman. To carry out this aim, the J esuits hove four hundred years of Leaching expc路 ricnce Lo draw from. They use a system of educntion that was designed Lo draw out of


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n man his utmos t abilities. However. a Univcrsit)' docs not consis t of merel y good teachers and a prov<â&#x20AC;˘n srstr m . Students.

their

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knowledge,

th eir activities, and.

in general.

their spirit,

comprise much o r what a University is. At Loyola, the blend or t'XC<'IIent teachers, a beautiful campus. s uperior facilities, and an active s tudPnt body prod uce an effect that only a lumni and undergraduates can fully comprehend. Otlwrs can onl y b<â&#x20AC;˘ s hown in effect. The 1962 Lair Annual intends to show this errect in word!> and pirtures.


First and foremost, as at an y university, the Loyolan is a student -

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person in the pursuit of academic knowledge. This permit takes the student lo the classrooms, the labora tor y, the library, and, at limes keeps him working far into the night.


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In the classroom he is introduced to ideas. both old and new. that will assi:;L him 111

understanding the world mon â&#x20AC;˘ completely. lie can supplement th rse ideas with

resea rch in the library, and l<'arn to analyze th<'m himself. A confused student can turn to his dean or the Guidance C<'ntr r to help him to take full advantage of the carefull y scl<'cted cou r::es of s tud y available at Loyola. The Loyolan can add to the idras lea rned in the classrooms and seminars with outside reading or work that is related to his maj or. s uch as writing or drafting. In short, the Loyolan has every chance to develop the concrpts that he has come in contact with in the classroom.


T he work in the classrooms, the library, and the laboratory does not complete the process of learning. Available at Loyola are extra-curricular and co-curricular activities to suit every student's interests. Professional societies, such as Delta Sigma Pi , the Pre-Legal Society, and the Society of Automotive Engi路 neers, are maintained to augment the work in the classrooms and to preview the type of work the student will be engaged in after graduati on. Functional organizations, such as the Loyolan and the Student Legislature are fostered by the students interested in writing and practicing law.


Social groups are organized by students to break the r outine of school work and gain experience in associating with other people. Each of these groups and societies give the Loyolan a chance to round out his education and become a more complete man, a wise man. Along with a mnn's mind and social habits, Loyola University intends to develop the physical aspects. The sports program at Loyola does this. For those who cxcell, there are Inter-Collegiate teams in basketball, rugby, baseball, golf, and others. For others interested in pa rticipating in sports, a complete intramural program is encouraged by the University. Ma ny students spend their noon-hour either participating in or watching the exciting games that take place on the intramural fi elds.


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among the hours of class and

organized activities are the student's leisure h ours. He can go to the Lair and discuss Saturday's game, relig ion, politics, the next dance, or whatever over a hamburger and ma lt. He can play a little footba ll, shoot some pool, or just goof around with his b udd ies. Odd as it may seem, these peaceful h ours a re the ones longest remembered .

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The student must also have lime for him$clf. lie ne<'d>' time to just ~;it and think about the world and how he is going to live in it. He can go into the Pr<'sident's Lounge and sit and read o r sleep. li e can walk a round the ca mpus. brealhl' fresh sa iL air. and d ear his mind. The cha pel, a fo rtress of calmness and solitude. is avl'lilable to cater to his :-piritual need:-. Tlw Loyolan has ever ything that a school can offer to lwlp him in an )' respect. Even though Lo路 yola seems to be just a nother univers ity, it has something more. Something that cannot be explained exactly. Something that makes il Loyola University.


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THE CARDINAL

JAMES FRA CIS CARD JNAL MciNTY RE

My dea r stude nts : As th e class of 1962 will soon be graduated, 1 am pleased to ex tend to the m my heartfelt and s incere congratulation s. The richness o( gifts and privileges is frequ e ntly more deeply appreciated in re tro路 spect rather tha n during perfo rmance. T hi s is particularly tru e of educa ti on on the college level. As yea rs grow upon us, the fruits o f coll ege days efforts find use and express ion in cultural accomplishment. The n will you appreciate more your " life a t Loyola". Praying (or you all blessi ngs, I am Faithfully yours in Christ, J ames Francis Ca rdinal Mcintyre Archbishop of Los Angeles


FATHER PRESIDENT

CHARLES S. CASAS A, S.J.

Life at Loyola is a complex thing. as all life 1s. Faculty, students, staff, all are parts of it~ just as are academic programs, co-curricular, and extra-curricular activities. Academic programs differ; so do activities. It is difficult, then. to give a simple description of life at Loyola. If one seeks a description in terms of immediate goals, immediate goals differ. What pervades the broad spectrum of persons and activities and gives a characteristic spirit is the ultimate goal of Loyola, so familiarly expressed in "The Complete Man" and "The Citizen of Two Worlds." Just in so far as these ideas animate Loyola men and activities is there a gen uine Loyola life. How much this is the case is not easy to measure. We can but work and pray that with each succeeding generation of the students life at Loyola becomes fuller and fuller in the best sense.


ADMIN lgTRATION


REV. ROLAND A. ltEED, S.J. Academic Vice-President

REV. CLEME 'T J. SCH 'ElDER, S.J. Treasurer

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HEV. ALFHED J. KILP, S.J.

HEV. JOSEPH P. CARROLL, S.J.

Dean of Men

Father Superior


HEY. KAHL VON DER AliE, S.J. Chaplain

HEY. JOl-IN ODOU, S.J. Chaplain

REV. GEORGE E. LUCY, S.J. Director of Development

MR. VIRGIL GAUL

HEY. RALPH TICHENOR, S.J.

Comptroller

Director of Buildin gs and Grounds


REV. li AROLD F. RYAN. S.J. Dean of Graduate Division

I REV. WILLIAM MciNTOSH, S.J . Director of Summer Session

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LT. COL. PA L A. DAVIS Prof('ssor of Air Science

REV. TH EO. MARSHALL, S.J.

HEY. HOBERT C. GRAHAM, S.J.

Director of Ubrarics

Director of Alumni Relations


MR. KE NETH CARREIRO

MR. LO I QUIN

Director of Public Relations

Counselor for Development

MISS CATHERINE EMENAKER Registrar

MRS. PATRICIA HAWKESWORTH Director of Placement Bureau

MRS. DOROTHY O'MALLEY Librarian


ORGANIZATIONS


ASLU Officers John Viculin, Sect.; J im Waldorf, Treasurer; Dennis Riley, Pres.; and John Farrell Vice-President.

ASLU OFFICERS

Senior class officers: S. J ennings, Sect路Treasurer; B. Bowler, Pres.; and S. LaSala, Vice路President.

J unior class officers: L. Donoghue, V路Prcs.; C. Gonzalaz, Pres.; and E. Bowen, Sec-T reasurer.

Sophomore class officers: J. DiMuro, Sect.-Treas. T. Coehlo, Pres.; and B. Hendershott, Vice-Pres


Row 1: J. Uclman, J. Gonzalez, S. LaSala, J.. Goodwin , B. Hendershott. Row 2: D. Riley, E. Bowen, A. Coehlo, M. Wourms, W. Herreras, B. Arand a, Farrell, P. Ga ney, B. Bowler, S. J ennin gs, J . Waldorf, J. DiMuro. Abse nt : L. Donoghue, B. Keese, T. Lesader, M. Kavana gh, J. Vi culin.

LEGISLATURE

New Music is considered

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Ho"· 1: H. Trutfl·au. H. ll t•rrN;ts . .1. Goodwin. A. Rec-kwith. F. Sullivan. D. Flynn. II. J\l eNa lly. J>. Boland. T. Vill<'lli.

J. J.,•,tt·r. D. Sanclwz. P. Klutt·. How 2: P. Wade. S. Poche, T. Kran11•r. i\1. Snod~m~s. A. Kilp. S.J. Ahscnt: J. Cain. T . Shea. L. O'Connell, ·\ . Kum amoto. D. llt•nry.

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CRIMSON CIRCLE

Circ le membe rs trco t 50 c hildre n from the House of Nazareth to a picnic.


Row l: D. Flynn, H. Co rnelius, P. Shr<'n', P. Khat<', L. Dono~huc, B. Ho·ndnshol. How 2 : .J. Goodwin. T. Keo•so·. S. Poc he, D. Nihlo. fl . Hc rre ras, .1. Kr ll y (chairmanl. How 3: R. Trudo. P. Baldwin, P. Canq·, 1'. Boland. H. Me 1ally. Ah~•·nc: T. Coo•lho . .1. Woodyard, til. tllispap:•·l. P. Vr rHalo' ll.

HOMECOMING ORGANIZATIONS BOARD

Row l: D. Ril ey, B. Aranda, C. Wilson, Chuck MoiTitt.

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Villelli, T. Keese, B. Herrcrns. Row 2 : J. Goodwin, F. Gately, D. Polis, G. Lease, M. Davis, J. J ulian,


ORIENT A TION COMMITTEE RECRUITMENT COMMITTEE

Row 1: J. DuRoss, F. Su lli va n, C. Gonzalc路z, T. Co('hlo. How 2 : D. 13urkc, n. llcrrcras, P. lloland (chairma n ), J. Macchi i n ~. R. K ro nau!!<' (As.~ I. Chairma n ) . Abse nt : C. Kunz, 13. Walsh, J. Mau hcws, T . Baglio, 13. llc;ndcrsho ll, M. Collins, E. 13owcn.


PEP CLUB

Desmond ll a ll nâ&#x20AC;˘deco ral ed .. . and

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Lair

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Sitting: Pc~~>· McQunidt• <Qut•t·n's), K:m·n Zirnnll'rrnan (. 1. \ ' inccnt'..,), Amy Jones (St. \ ",). Kallay \Vadt' ( l\lount St. l\l ary's) . Iamara Aiassn (1\larymount), Stw Dono\ an ( l\lount ). Standinl!: Carole Walker ( Qut•t• n 's), J at·kit• Cain· (Ill<. I, Janet Spinol!lio (I II C) .

INTERCOLLEG lATE PUBLICITY COMMITTEE

What Coed Problem?

NEW MUSIC Mike Thistle and La rry Gallagher. Absent: Brian Neary.


Mt. St. Mary's College : Maureen llrea n, Kathy Bake r, JoAn n Ca rt e r, Mary Lee S to rey, Ca rol Crog, Jeanne Schanhaar, l\'likic Simon Lori llarle tta, S tephani e S imon, llohhi Longo, Peggy Poesc hl , Mary E lle n Grea ney, Peggy Leahy, Chris Kress, Hele n Dei tch.

THE BELLES

St. Vincents : Marsha Feagan, Patricia Calter, Carol Foglia.

Immacula te Heart College : Mauree n Cole man, Kare n Ul \'ila, Pat McHale, E\'tâ&#x20AC;˘lyn Strait, 1\-larie Uilve n, Polly llartalonc, Mi mi Schulte, Lori llarwicius, Anita Lovejoy, l\Ia rian Lowry, Pam Cre ws, Oorot hy Do ug las, Juli e Ann Vianni, Sally Pickell, Judy Sche nk.

Marymount Coll ege : Mary Ca in, Collc<'n Crowley, Pauht DiTullio, Eilee n S hanaha n, Ly nn Sm ith, Andi McGuire, J a ne Ehrman, Janet Lammerson, Judy De llord, T omare Asscvev, Linda Wals h, Ann Denn in g, T e rry Parke r, Pen ny O'Reill y, Pat S hoe n.


KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE

I{OSTEI{: J. rl•·y•·rl•·, .1. rln·nn••r, L. Ru ~bc•• , 13. Campbell, J. Carro, D. Carroll. C. Hami r('z, 1.. Di s~('lll'. ll. Dal'is, 1\1 . Fall is, J. llolland, D. Kur1, F. Marx, W. On.Jway, J. Ht·inis('h, 1-'. Riceardi, F. Scoll, T. Thomas, \V. Vau ghn, .1 . 1\lcDcvill (!' res.), W. D•·nnis, .1. Ri ggio, C. Br)•<tnl.


l{OSTE!t: llrosnan , C;~ in , Flynn. Frasct• lla, Cic•draitais, Giolla ( \'Pl , (;nodwin ( P rrs.), Ccor:;:c, Kr ist' )', Ltll z, Mnlo, M c F,Hla nd , Mnrri~St')' (S,., ...

Tn·as.l. 1\l ullin. Camp lwll. O'B ric·n. Quinn, Ha ilu•:HJ, Troyan .

SANCTUARY SOCIETY

SODALITY

ltOSTEH : T. T;~rlwt ( P rdtTt ), 1.. S<· hnlt7. ( \ ' P l, L. lli ct· <St·ct. l, 1.. Bn ~ bcc, \V. Br;llllic·u, A. l.utz , H. O<'hna , . Sa ral't'IIO . .l. \ ' ii-(U<'.


CHAPEL CHOIR PRE LEGAL SOCIETY

How 1: J. Udman, 13. Walters, Mr. S. Chan (moderator), 13. Arand a ( Prc·s.), M. Ka,•ana t;h, L. Callagh;lll. How 2: P. 13oland, D. Riley, R. Trudeau, C. Moffitt, J. Farrell. Ahscnl: L. Sork, F. Hiccardi.


Row 1: M. Mor ris (Supc rvrsor ) , D. Sanc hez, D. Genardi , 13. Lazar, D. Ahe m , B. Kwok. F r. R. Ti c henor , S. J. ( Dirrctor) . R ow 2: K. 13aumgardncr, B. Lees, A . Habot cau, J. Mitsc h, D. Townsend, T. Vill elli. Row 3: C. 13ryant, F. A ldrian , A. Thocmmcs, D. Soft, V. Jacobs, L. Acos ta. Absen t: B. Mc Lau ghlin, J. Heed, D. H camcs, J. P c rrizo .

STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

How S weet ?


Hoi\' 1 : D. \\",·llt·r !St•<·rl. W. 1-: n·n·~l. H. C: h risti:~n!'on . .1. fln·nnn ( T n ·a $l. How 2 : Dr.]. lhlloc lc lli, 0 . Crimes, H. Cu rli s, (\'f>), .1. 1 u ~-:c nl. J. Bastian ( Prl"s) . Absent: II. l~e kfl'l dt. J. T rora n.

J. 13 ill illi, II. Perl'rra

ENGINEERING COUNCIL RESIDENT STUDENTS ASSC.


DEL REY PLAYERS

The cast and crew.

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"My Three Angels'' Dick Jones, Horace McNally, and Bill Frascella come to the aid of heroine Amy Vane.


Shi/Tri n and Uelmen, debaters par excellence.

DEBATE SOCIETY

Tom Woods and Chuck MoiTitt receive one of many awards.

EL PLAYANO

Editor Gary Lease. Absent, eo路editor, Ray White.


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Row 1 . ,.., p , . .J. Kohne! P Orr n Tl . J . M egan, L. 3: Hicr 0 Misl>a r;,cl, G. Wc' lzel. Row 2. J. ..Ifinn royan. Row 1\,' ~·:o~:mirr, J. Con;lr ll/ T::~\·s: )·?·~ 1 0111'1',D.J.hum ~Carro, n.R. Fa\'OI'i . Lest lila, N. I h' gcn • J· I'>0I Hill, J.. fon7.l0, J. llazard, fl. 1\Iullr r' F,. CHI, zl\ .. in, Vt'"' ·?,: <, . l· Bode, L. Mira, ,arc•·•• '· l·oxwcll ' fl. P'k ..,.I. lllllh : )'I!'Ill'S, I e, 1\l. s· R.I .An CSI,· · ·· an c atr.

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GLEE CLUB

Serenadin g San Francisco from " c•ll " >c car

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LOYOLAN

Editor-in-Chi ef .... .............. ................ .... Bi ll y Walsh Business Manager .. ... ............................. Don Kalal Manag ing Editor .... .. ................ Scott Grevernber g Features Editor ........ ................... ..... Dave Pantoja Asst. Features Editors .................... Chuck MofTitt News Editor .............. ........................ Charlie Kunz Sports Editor ....... ................................... Jim P erry Copy Editor ........................................ Frank Scott Art Editor .......................................... T om Groener Photographers .................................. Carlos Salazar Lou Shamey Librarian ................. ......... ........................Jim Laurin Moderator ........... ..................... Fr. J . Markey, SJ

Ji g -sa w Puzzl e Time


Senor l\Iousc is n;st路ucd from his

~ophomoric

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Oh :.:real and noble William Walsh XVII


LAIR ANNUAL

Editor Glenn S tronks

Special Asst. to th e Editor Franc('s Ki rsch

Photography Editor Carlos Salazar

Asst. Editor Strrling Santley

Chief Photographrr Lou Shamcy


Deadline corning

Oh well, maybe ne xt time

Genius at work

One of the more inte lli gible


So·nior mo·n1IH'r" B. . iholo·. D. Bilo')'. C.

l.o·a~l'.

J. Casta:rna. and P. Shrt'\1'.

HONORS PROGRAM

J nnior IIH'IIIIwr-. B. Fra-.·,·lla. D. Poli'. i\1. Da\'i~, C. Wil,on, L. Bicc.

Sophomor<' nwmhrrs L. Smaldino and ]. Parrish (knc·rl ing), and C. Enari, B. f\lont go111cry, T. Woods, P. T iffany.


SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT PHILATELISTS


Row 1: B. Beingessncr, R. Soulhwick, F. Nargie, B. Walsh. Row 2 : C. Bonno, B. Sibole, H. Fole y. Abscnl: } . S1achowia k, B. Voi g1lander, D. Cassidy, T. McCormic k,]. Ni cspo lo, B. Kadn cr.

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AQUINAS CIRCLE


YOUNG DEMOCRATS

YOUNG REPUBLICANS

Row 1 : Mr. Chan, L. So rk ( Src.), B. A rand a (Pres. ), M. Kavanngh (\ ' ice- Prrs.). Row 2 : Callahan, J. Farrell, F. Hi ccardi, J. Soiret, S. J ennin gs, H.. Trudeau, P. Doland, 13. Goodman. Absent: E. 13cnt o, B. Ward, M. Meng, P. Orr (Treas.) .


HISTORICAL SOCIETY

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB

Row 1: L. Call aghan, J. Farrell , 13. Walt e rs, P. Baldwin. Row 2: M. Kavanagh, D. Riley, 13. Aranda, Mr. Chan, L. Sork, ]. Soirc L, P. lloland, M . Fallis, S . J enn ings.

J. Uelrnc n, R.

Trudeau,


ECONOMICS SOCIETY

Pat Shreve, Fr. Przygoda, and guest lecturer Dr. Ludwig von Mises.

A discussion at Mount St. Mary's.


RO STER: T. Kram rr (Pres.), 13. 13urger (Vicc路Pres.), A. Lut 7., (Sec.), R. Abordo <Treas.), C. Wallace (Sgt~a t 路A rms ), S. Carpen ter, P. Dickinson, It Sa n Guiliano, C. P aJ.;C.

PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Row I : C. Donaldson,

J. Borwlli. Row 2: A. Kunr umoto, A . Bran n ick, Fr. H umphreys, S. j. ,


SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY


ROSTER: M. Brown, B. Kadn cr (Vi cr路Pres.) , E. Lee, R. Mclvold ( Treas.), ]. Quartucci (Pres.), A. Rot h, N. Saraceno (Secy.), M. Scr ic.

CHEMISTRY SOCIETY PHYSICS SOCIETY

Row 1: D. Polis, R. Fortner (Pres.), J. P errizo, J. Parrish. Row 2 : L. Oonough, W. J crkovski, T . Gursk i, D. J ustice, K. Davies. Absent : L. S hamcy.


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS SOCIETY ACCOUNTING CLUB

Row 1: A. Koci cncki, J. Waldorf, E. Zwicrlcin, P. Dorr. How 2: F. S ullivan, S. Page, G. Da~aro, P. Ma rley, J. Juli en. Row 3: J. Gauer, B. McCarron, M. Moreland, J. Guerena, C. Rieman, 13. Dominessc.


HOSTEl{: R. Palmisano ( l'n·s. ) , W. ~ fartin (Sec t.) , T. Hill ( \'i ('(·.f'n·s. ), N. llor«'czko (Tr<:'as.), T. J3ain (', M. 13ame tt, T. Daly, II. Eckfcld t, J·:w·rt'SI, A. Grimm , K . Kn('elin l:(. M. Mill e r, T. P so mas , F. S alas, 13. S p<'lll'l'r, j. Sc hwa rz, .l. Troyan, II. Ve rH'g:as.

CIVIL ENGINEERING SOCIETY SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS

ltOSTEJ{: \V. Alr xand('l', D. Barnes , H. 13owman, J. BrcnrH•r (Sg t.·a t·Arm s ), M. Brunasso, H. Buechle r (V Chnnn.), R. Christianson (Chrmn.) . ll alton. J . Dean, T. Kcr·sc, C. Mooney, J. Nu~<:nt (Trr:a!'.), E. Head, D. S iminis ki (Sccy), P. So n osa nti , J. Ste wart, M. Xitco.

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MATH CLUB

INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS

Row 1: Mr. G. Kessler, T. Libby (Pres.), D. Lomenzo, F. Taormino, D. Frawley, D. J ensen. Row 2 : P. Buberl, D. Dostalcr, J . Billilli (Treas. ),, H. Pereyra, P. Nilsen (Seey.), J. Meenan, .M. Hughes, B. Ordway, D. Weller, Dr. J. Balloelelli. Absent: S. Mendoza, J. Miller, T. Dolan, P. Aucr, B. Selabassi, G. Stron ks.


Rush time

GrilTith Park invaded

nrothers three

The House

Three more brothers

Tastes pretty good for hay

Ofricc rs McBrcnrty, McArdle, and Lester


Row I: Rev. E. Philips. Bowler,

N. Ari co. J. l\fc ll rl'arty, C. Vitello, W. Hull ett. Row 2 : B. Aranda. \'i,l, Bu rgc!;S, C. J ordan, J. Goodwin, A. Kumam oto. J. Ra!'nltl!'$<'11, Burke, . .]. Row 3 : D. Garcia, C. Mitchell. A. Kocicncki , K. H nd~rns . . . lll'rril' ll, J. Lester, J. Harris, ] . Cnihinan. Row 4: J. Me路 P. Dorr. C. Murd ock. A. l\farasca . l\L Curry. \\ 1. Lan j!, C.Dasaro, R. Dcfratis. Row 5: S. ordeck, S. Grote, E. Bento, D. P. Kohh路s. P. Lynch, 0 . Flynn, l\f, W elch, R. Ri cardi, K. l\Ieany, D. Henry.

ALPHA DELTA GAMMA


DELTA SIGMA PHI

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A BALANCED LIFE OF STUDY, WORK, AND PLAY The National Interfraternity Conference opens its Fraternity Criteria with the words: "We consider the fraternity responsible for a positive contribution to the primary functions of the colleges and universities, and therefore under an obligation to encourage the most complete personal development of the members, intellectual, physical, and social." Delta Sigma Phi recognizes these obligations and, in 1953, the ENGINEERED LEADERSHIP program was introduced. What is this "engineered leadership"? It is more than a program or system, it is our way of thinking, our philosophy of life itself. Delta Mu chapter of Delta Sigma Phi on the Loyola campus is proud to play an important role in University fun ctions, proud of their engineered leadership, proud to be producing the "man of two worlds."

STUDYING ...

D ream girl of Delta Sigma Phi 1962 Miss Dolores Ryan .

. . . togeth er for finals ... discussing those philosophical qu estions.


Front Row: R. St<' wart, (Pres.) : T. Farrell, (V.Pr<'s.) : C. Donaldson, T. Shea, S. LaSala, J. P ianta, R. Palmis:mo, J. Meenan , J. Ka\'anagh, R. l'vlcDiannid. Middle Row: T. Scuderi, J. DiMassa, P. Wade, D. Pantoja, T. Daly, 13. P ierce, l'vf. Ha rrinp; ton, W. Campbell, C. P reston, \~1 . Burke, F. Masse, (Treasurer ), T. Cincotta, D. Nihlo, Fr. G. D<' nnis. S.J ., W. J<' rko"sky, C. Amrlu路in. Back Row: H. Trud<'au. T. Mc Lan p;hlin, F. Kli nk , 13. Mcnicucci, L. O'Connell, S. Bradford. L. Donoghue, T. llill, D. Ku rt, L. Gallap;hcr, G. Kru p, (S('cl. ) : H. 13r<'cn. T. Spence, R. Kaernrnercr, M. Peters, E. Dufresne, T. Fcrmzo, S. J>ocluo, E. Bowen. Absent: J. Bohan, J. Huza rd, L. Mira, W. Rushford, J. GiuseiTi, R. Pike, D. Fann in, R. Koltz, 13. Lofstedt, M. 1\[ore\and.

WORKING

... together on the house .. . the float . . . Spring Sing .. .

PLAYING ...

the exchanges . .. the parties ... the


Last year's Sweepstakes Winner at

the Spring Sing.

Father Markey, S.J., blesses th e fraternity pins.

Work progresses on the Homecoming Floa t.

T he House gets a revampin g

Phi Kappa Theta is a National Social Fraternity for Catholic men, founded in 1889 at the Universities of Brown dnd Lehigh. Loyola's ALPHA NU Chapter was chartered in 1956 by Phi Kappa Fraternity. On April 9, Phi Kappa merged with Theta Kappa Phi to form the new organization of Phi Kappa Theta, the largest and strongest National Catholic Fraternity in the United States. Members are provided with every opportunity to develop themselves socially, spiritually, academically, and a thletically through a medium of true brotherhood. In its relatively short history, Alpha Nu Chapter has received a number of coveted trophies from its participation in Homecoming, Spring Sing, and intramural activities. The fraternity was also recently honored with the Best Chapter Award from the National Office. Phi Kaps are noted for their service projects-both on and off campus. Some other highlights on the social calendar include the International Festival Ball, Founder's Day Dinner, Mother's Club sponsored Christmas Party, and famous snow trip. Phi Kaps also have a full schedule of exchanges, pre-dance parties, and similar extravaganzas. In addition to attending monthly Mass in a body, Alpha Nu is proud of its annual Family Mass and Communion. Phi Kaps play an integral part in the University's intramural system- fielding two teams in each sport. Alpha Nu also has a get-together each spring with neighboring Alpha Iota Chapter in Arizona. This weekend is filled with social and athletic evrnts. The mot路 to of the Phi Kapps is "LOYALTY TO GOD AND COLLEGE."

Around left r nd during intramnrals.

Party Time.


Row 1: 1\'f. Dobbs, F. Laurientt'. P. Wirkt•r, D. Gonzalez, D. Frawky, C. Hi ve ra. How 2: T. Crudo. A. Ronry, R. A bordo. ll. Walr t'rs. B. Al coracc, K. Stogsdill, 13. C harboneau, J. Stanlt')', S. Zat.•sny, M. 0'13rit•n, D. II omlt•m, C. lli t•mann. C. Schat•rcr, T. K('csc. How 3: 13. Ordwa y, C. Page, T. Kranwr, M. l.au hlin. B. Kc·l . D. Pt,•,t·ia . .1. ~ r. G. Alkn. J. Stella, D. Brookman, D. Boltz.

PHI KAPPA THETA

A gift to the Uni versity.

Who was that you went out with last nigh t ?

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A fe w trophies.


Marlboro anyone ?.

Its oIJVI"ottsl>â&#x20AC;˘

Hight in the eye.

1101

Pledge lime.


Row 1: L. Hayes, G. Nicholas, S. Grevemberg, F. Sullivan, It Hessler, M. Xi teo, S. J<' nning:s. Row 2 : Fr. Taylor, S.J .. B. ll c-nd,·rshott. T. Supple, A. Beckwith , F. Longo, M. Ov!'rland, D. Gray, T. Psomas, J. D iMuro, M. Guerin. Row 3 : Dkalal , B. llurg:cr, J. Grady, L. Longo, W. Martin, B. Moser, D. Caine, D. Holleran. Row 4: J. Kelly, J. l'vladura, J. Bastian, P. Ver Halcn, J. Goodwin, B. Cannon, .J. Davis, F. Lc-onctti, A. Krona:.:c, A ~ Gad. Row 5 : J. Cain , II. l'v!cNally, D. Bu rk•·. T. McCa mbridge, T. Galla:rher, T. Dobson, J. Kubasaeh, C. Abend, ]. McGlynn, .1. 1'\la<'l'hli rw . .1. Fitz!!nald. II. Ludwig. D. Mooney, B. Unger, J. Soirr t, P. Mullr n, n. Wt'lls.

PHI SIGMA KAPPA

Hello, there

But none of you ski.


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Spring S ing practice with Alumni.

P lanning the St. Pat's Dance.

Coll ect a litt le chan ge at the Beve rly Hilton.

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\ An d a few smilin g faces.


Row 1: B. Mandie, G. Applegate, J. Lloyd, Pres.; T. Von der Ahe, P. Fernandez, J . Woodyard, Sec.: R. Thull, B. Wilhelm. Ro"· 2: J. Collins, D. Bierman, J. Meyer, P. Tiffany, M. Moss, L. Werner, D. Doran, T. Krall man, Treas.; B. Moss, T. Twigg, M. Collins, H. Hirsch, J. Waldorf. Absent: P. Johnson, J. Carpenter, H. l\•l estrc.

TAU KAPPA EPSILON

Snow Valley invaded.

Von's Fish Market.

Ugh!


DELTA SIGMA PI

Future executives.

_.,..... A Corporation Preside nt?


B. ow I : j. Mcllr('arl)", P. Wicker ( Pres.), B. Aranda. J. Uc lman. Row 2: B. K,·lst'y, K.

togsdill, J. Goodwin, P. Sullivan ( \ 'i<'I'·P n·.... ) ·

INTER FRATERNITY COUNCIL ALPHA SIGMA NU

Row 1: J. Troyan, D. Rile)', J. tanlcy (T reas.), J. Waldorf (Pres.), J. Goodwin. How 2: ......... , S. Page, M. Davies, S.J., J. Bastian (Sec)•.), T. Christi anson ( Vice-Pres. ) . Absen t: T. Kenn(•dr.

J. Farrell, Fr. Trame,


ASLU PRESIDENT

DENNIS RILEY During our four yea r tenure at Loyola University, we have had millions of words, attended hundreds of classes, crammed for many exams, and, h opefull y, leamed a few things. When we leave Loyola, we must take with us more than a parchment called a diploma. We must take with us a Catholic education. It is fitting tha t the first thing we see when we drive down Loyola Boulevard is the Sacred Heart Chapel. The height and impressiveness of its tower consta ntly remind us of its presence. But it is more than just a stately building . It is a manifestation of Loyola's aims a nd ends. It is the nexus that unites the world of d ifferential equations with that of public administration, economics, philosophy- it is "ad Maj orem Dei Gloriam."

If we think of our diploma as a key to ri ches and wealth, we are n ot only misguided, but we will soon be disappointed. If we fail to p ermeate our education and life goals with the basic tenets of good Christian living, our life a t Loyola will have been for naught. This is what makes Loyola uniq ue in Southern Ca lifo rnia. Not only will we re ceive a superior higher education at Loyola, we will receive a Catholic education. To g rasp this and incorporate it into our " modus vivendi," is to h ave been a success a t Loyola. Success when we get off " the hill' is not s imply concentration on one's own ad vancement, but it is an interdependence with our fellow man in which we will unite, working for our parish church, being active in the Alumni Association, being informed about national and international issues, striving to be a "complete man." Four years, a certain number of units, a piece of paper , or a cap and gown cannot make us a "Citizen of Two Worlds." T o take this takes d edication, devoti on, and discipline. Loyola has set us on the road. Our journey can end on the day of graduation. We can take the path of uniformed bliss, thankful to leave the world of retreats, Thomism, and the noon day Angelus. If we take that course, we can become a citizen of on e world- our own private world in which no one else matters. Its capital will br selfishness and eventual boredom. The other harder route is known to us. W e have been given the road map for this j ourney with our underg raduate education. There is no ch oice for a Loyola man. May I wish success to you all.


AFROTC


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DETACHMENT STAFF

LT. COL. PA UL A. DA VIS Profrsso r of i\ i r Scierwt路

LT. COL. W. A. SCOTT

LT. COL. H. DALY

CAPT. R. D. KENN EDY

SGT. V. V. LOTT CAPT. R. D. COLLI NS

SGT. R. J. SKIVINGTON

SGT. V. D. FRANKLIN

SGT. D. R. HAHDEE


WING STAFF

J. HESLIN 1st scm. Wing Commander

P. HOWARD 2nd scm. Wing Commande r

l\1. GYAUCII 1st scm. De puty Win g Commander

W. O'NEILL 2nd scm. D<'puty Wing Commande r

D. SANCHEZ Operations

J. STANLEY 2nd scm. Pe rsonnel

R. DOMINISSEE Administration

T. VADNAIS 1st scm. Personnel

C. SALAZAR Informa tion Services OITiccr

J. VELAZQUEZ 2nd sc m. Material

T. l'vlAREK Arnold Air Society

B. BO\'I' LER 1st scm. Mnterinl


GROUP COMMANDERS

W. Ordway, \'\1. Ihsch, l\l. Gyauch. Ahsrnl: F. Tuormino.

FLIGHT COMMANDERS

SQUADRON COMMANDERS D. Frawley, S. Poche, A. l\lcCulloch, B. Lofsted t. B. Pierce, A. nl'ckwith, A. Ron ey.


D_RILL TEAM

RIFLE TEAM

BAND


The 'Entrance

MILITARY MASS

The Consecration

The color t-;uard kad s the way.


What the Air Force provides-a bird's路eye ,路iew.

Forms, forms, ond more forms.

20 years?

Fr. President and Col. Davis at the final rt'\'i<'w.

Rating pcr1od.


C. Salazar, W. O'Neill, M . Gyau ch,

J. Heslin, P. Howard, 13. Pierce, M. Lou ghlin. Absent : S. Poche.

FLIGHT INSTRUCTION PROGRAM

ll rad~

we ~o No rth , ta ils South.

Wtâ&#x20AC;˘ ~hould bu r a start er.

Howard's fi rst solo.

What do you mean we can't land ?


Ca rlos S a 1azar • fi r~·t ·" ra d<' t t o complete tlr <".

p r.o~nun,

plans alr<"ad

p·r<>rr<' will not ht· h•ft behind.

Of courst• it wr'll fly.


ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY

Hom ecomin g ca ndidate Isa As hdown and T om l\larn..

Art McCulloch, She rri Jackso n, and John Heslin prepare to review th e troops.

The fi eld trip to Vandenberg Air Force Base.


Trouping the line.

Miss Pam Fields, "The Colonel for the Ni ght."

MILITARY BALL

Chaperones Fr. Mahan, S.J., Capt. Collins, Fr. Caldwell, S.J., Mrs. Collins.


ATHLETICS


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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT

John Arndt, Athletic Director and Head Basketball conch.

Fr. Alfred Kilp, S.J., athletic modera tor.

Hubert (Hub) Drager, truincr.


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Standing : Art Bell, Asst. Coach: D. T hobe, 1\f. Lawl er, D. Flanagan, J. Gr ote, Ed Bento, J . Brosnan, B. Bowler, T. K rallman, J ohn Arndt, Conch. Kneeling : S. \'adnais, Mgr.: 0. Simeon, P. Faist, B. Quinn, P. Kohlt's, ll uh Drager, 'f rai ncr.

SEASON RECORD

OPPONENT OCCIDENTAL SAN DIEGO STATE UTAH STATE UTAH HAWAII !lAWAll MARINES II AWAII !l AWA II U. CAL. SANTA BARBARA SAN FRANCISCO STATE ST. MARY'S U. S. F. !lAWA il REDLANDS

OWN SCORE

OPP SCORE

87 90 91

58 54 105 101 60 77 57 66 51 65 69 55 55

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79 73 75 67 78 83 55 69 82 62

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OPPONENT U. S. F. SANTA CLARA PEPPERDINE SAN DIEGO UNIV. CALIFORNIA ST. MARY'S SANTA CLARA SAN JOSE STATE U.O.P. SAN JOSE STATE ST. MARY'S U.O. P. U. S. F. PEPPERDINE

OWN SCORE

OPP SCORE

78 61 64 69 68

72 58 54 31 56 72 55 59 59 55 65 73 59 68

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56 49 52 70 64

58 56 59


Phil Fnist tnkes nim.

The thief.

This year the Loyola Lions were a disappointment. They were picked to take top honors in WCAC competition but were thwarted in their eiTorls. After jumping ahead of the pack in the first few games. Loyola's momentum was checked by several one-point losses. These losses, coupled with the ba lance of tough competition among the other WCAC teams, ruined Loyola's hopes. The season was not a total loss, however. Brilliant individual eiTorts was the silver lining. Ed Bento set eight school reco rds and was the top NCAA scorer on the Pacific Coast with a 24 point average. J err y Grote set a school record by hitLing 82.2% o f his free throws. Even though it would have been a more fitting ending for the greatest basketball team in Loyola Un iversity's histor y to win the league, they are not graduating in disgrace. Over the past three years Loyolans have been treated to winning basketball, and for this we should be thankful. The Lair Annual salutes the causes for this treat on the following pages. Congratulations to seniors Ed Bento, J erry Grote, Bernie Bowler, Tony Kralhnan, and Omer Simeon.

Just n lillie bit higher.


Surro un ded

ED BENTO ALL-AMERICAN HONORABLE MENTION ALL WCAC From far out ...

. . . a nd in close.

Eddy hits for two of the 1538 points scored in his three years at Loyola .


}l'rry jumps

JERRY GROTE Rather hard to stop.

The lay路up.

Practice makes perfect.


Ohh, that smarts!

BERNIE BOWLER The ball is in good hands.

Bernie fights for the ball.

No fight here.


Tony shoots wh ile Bento stands ready.

TONY KRALLMAN

You'r<' making things difficult.

Ballet or Basketball ?

The " ga rbageman" collects two.


... and the Dons. Orner ge ts two against the pineapple pickers . ..

OMER SIMEON

IIi, mn

...and up for a rebound.


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BRIAN QUINN DETROIT FLANAGAN

Oh, no

Quinn jockeys for position.

T wis ung the ni ght away.


That isn't the way its don e.

THE CHEERLEADERS Brosnan and Bento scrambl e for the ball.

J.

Soiret, C. SuiJi.,.an, T. Daly, and D. Hallorn n.


The crowd

THE FANS

The Pep Band

Oh, really


FROSH BASKETBALL

McCloskey moves in

Standing: Coach Art Bell, R. McCloskey, W. Boehle, D. Schlindler. F. Conte, M. Cullen, B. Randall, R. Thull, Mgr. Kn eeling : H. Foley. D. Callahan, R. Keese, R. Miller.


S 1·uin;: up thl' pia).

Uoclal c up for two.

P ractice

Con t•· drives hard.


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Carroll hoiJs tlu: runnrr as Krc ur moves in to cove r.


T h, · juu ior Summit J\ l t••·till).! .

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Quinn checks his swing.

Innsp ruckcr gets set .

. . .and the du gout.


ll:• ~·· runne1 Russo and confer.

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Cad s tops a not la cr one.

l'itdw1 s Bill l\l orris .. .

. ..ami Ed Cour)'·


Top Row: Coach AI Stringer, C. Fit <'. 1\. Hn ~so. E. Conry, J>. Kan<'. G. l nnspruckl'l", A. Cad, J. Cuihin:m. Kneelin g : T . Tep per, J. Ryan, P. l'vlul lin, 13. i\Iorris. B. Krue r, .J. Hasmusscn, D. Carrol l. Absent: E. \\,.als h, C. Stroplc. S. o ·Kcefe.

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.. .and some specta tors.


Knccli3n~ Lazar,F I'i)· y 'r. .ll.d . , u, /II. Slr rnher )I f N ·r" • 11" I J. 1 . . , ' • crncn, T. Crocncr. : :J3 B.Ross How IZZOI'IIO, tn. l\IO)' II'Jh·ltl ' auc)y...... I·, ()X\\ Da I(')'di· ' KD 1r· R 0 '' 2·. S. i\1'11 ' ' ' ,·) · c , ,). . l\1. .Sl101 J'IT I , cll.T. F. Hiccar · BnJ ' l)•ol:ll' J I cr, l\1. l\[isll'1gcl S 13 ' . •

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RUGBY

Macchling to Bouchard.

Scrunch ! !


A field goal att empt.

A lineout

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And a try


l\'[ikt路 Brown S('IHis un ov('l'l urnd sma sh.

Dan Gonzalr路s, Cap I. r onet>n t ra tt>s on a quirk return.

TENNIS Clarence Lau hits a liner.

Standing : Shannon J r nnin gs, Chuck O'Brien, Mike Brown, Clan路nr(' 1.:111. Bud Laza r. Abse nt: !\'l ike l\lnng, Phil Faist, Wayne Boe hle, J ol111 Eaton.

Kn!'r路 lin~:

0 ,111 Gonzales, Capt.: Chuck V\' IH'j!:ts.


TilE GROUP

BOWLING

OfTic.. r>< :\n

K o~i .. ncki

anu th\' \'aq.:as Brotlu' rs.

i\lco rac<路 and the form.


PoPtry in motion.

INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL

Taormino brea ks free.

Ugh!


Baseball?

INTRAMURAL

Wrestli ng?

BASKETBALL .. 路,

Porachutin g?

Ilaskctbnll ?


ACTIVITIES


. . . and then for lu nch at 3:00.

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REGISTRATION

It gets longer every year.

'flu~ I I'C <:al<:11dar, one of th e mo re pleasant stops.

Security, one of the more painful stops.


Students pray together.

. .. and spend some tim e in quiet though t.

THE RETREAT

The Mass of the Holy Ghost.

1\'fr. Erlandson in academ ic go wn.


But whcrc's the other cage?

ORIENT A TION

Practicing for RO.

The frosh practice some menial labor.


Desmond II ...

PROJECT --

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...and th e hole it was planted in

. FCUY COIIII ARTS IDTB ~,,(

. STRUB THEA'

T he g roundbreaking of the Communication Arts Cent er.

Under constru ction


Speakers Hev. James Markey, S.J., Ron Wagenbaeh, Henry Alfaro, Mrs. Egan, Richard Egan, Vine Scully, Bob Piser, Sandy Quinn, Merv Harris.

JOURNALISM

DAY

Fr. Casassa expla ins Projecyl l 路路?O"

Mrs. Egan, Fr. Casassa, Ri chard Egan, and Vine Scully.


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HOMECOMING


THE CAMPAIGN

Is~1

and

~pon~or<>.

A poll tax for honwcoming?

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and fril'ncl.


I 1hink I'll ge l sick.

Wh:ll's in 1hose c ups?

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TH SEMIFIN

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Isa Ashdown and JoAnn Carlcr (Moun! Saint J'vlary's), Colleen Curran and Karen Ulvi lla (lnunaculalc I路! carl), and Ginger Hoye (Queen of Angels) .

T FINA

Finalisls Isa Ashdown

Carol Foglia.

Terry Parker.


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ALISTS

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Oianr \'\11'luw r (Queen's ). Carolt• F'oj!lia and Mary Ann Lower (St. and T erry Parker and Ilonnic Camero (l\larymoun t ) .

Y in t•t•nt'~).

HE LISTS

The finalis ts and Kin g Ugly Henry Ludwi g.

Kare n Ul"illa

Diane We hne r


e e ÂŤtnti 1 g


QUEEN TERRY PARKER


ISA ASHDOWN


CAROLE FOGLIA


KAREN UL VILA


DIANE WEHNER


It's all don e wilh c hic ken wire ...

THE FLOAT

BUILDING

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The color guard . ..

THE ... the Alumni .. .


The tee totalers.

PARADE

The l!irls.

The Judj!cs.


John Bas tian , Master of Ceremonies.

A ctin ~

O('a n Fr. L. C. We rts, S .J.

ENGINEERING

SEMINAR

Dr. Sullivan, panel mode rator, a portion of th e pane l, and a portion of the aud ie nce.


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P erforming before the J esuits at Los Gatos ...

GLEE

CLUB

TOUR ...and the students of Sacred Heart High in San Francisco.

On the bus ...

. . .and a t dinner- Larry Ri ce, Mrs. Hollenbeck, Fr. St. Sure, S.J., Mr. Hollenbeck and J oe Kolmcl.


. OlA lJ lhRSITY GlEE ClUB

~E FIFTH ANNUA U TERCOLLEGIATE

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.CIVIC AUD PICO BLVD. AT 7th ST. Publicity

La rry Ri ce and comm itt ee members.

SPRING SING PREPARATIONS

13rian Neary and the "No Name Chorale." Hours of Rehearsals- the key.


Dorothy Provinr of " Roaring 20's" f::unr and Stl'\'(' Nordcck, Belles chairman.

Conti Schneider, moderator, and two new Dcll('s.

BELLES PRESENTS

A big nigh t for fifty g irls.

And the proud parents.


Fr. Benecke, S.J., and Bernard Wilhelm, who delivered a lec ture series on "Communism in Action."

Participants in the first annual intercollegiate bridge tournament.

"Lulu," a gift from UCLA'S Zetn 13cta T!nt.


Resulls of the Bei·Air Hrc, Lorol:w s :md

mt•mlwr~

of lilt' U.S.S. Horn et help to clear awa>' some of the debris.

Louis Hayes lays his opponent low durin g the judo·karate ex hibition s ponsored by th e Pep Club.

Ben Aranda takes the roll durint; the Hi gh School Model U.N.


COLLEGE OF ARTS s. SCIENCES


'

REV. TERRANCE L. MAHAN, S. J.

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS: We offer you our sincere congratulations upon the successful conclusion of four years of college life. However at the same time we hope that your diploma will not sever the relationship which has been established between us. We hope that as members of the Loyola Alumni you will return to see us occasionally; that our role as advisors, stimulators, moderators, professors, and priests, will not cease altogether. But above all, we hope that some part of the true Loyola will go with you; that your lives will not be dedicated to selfish purposes, but rather that they will be influenced, if not ruled, by the cosmic motto of Pope Pius XI : " Restaurare omnia in Christo." We hope and pray that something of this spirit has become an initimate part of your lives, and that restoring all things, rebuilding all things in Christ will become your goal too, no matter what position in life you may hold.


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HOl\IEO AI.I.AHD in Ch. E.. l\I.S.. Ph.D.

CAS\ iVII H A LMINAS B.S., l'vl.A., Ph.D.

ALEX ALOIA B.S., M.S., Ph.ll.

Chemistry '

Modem Languages

Edumtim1

HEV. GEORGE AZIZ, S.J. M.A., S.T.L. Philosophy

FACULTY

HE\' . I路:DWAHD BUHKE, S.J.

HA YMO 'D fliOND I A.B.. A.M., Ph.D.

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

ModNn Lan guages

Philosophy

HEV . .JOS EPH CALDWELL, S.J. M.A., S.T.L. Psychology

FHANCIS CA HOTHEHS A.B., M.A .. Ph.D. 1\nglish

STANLEY CHAN IJ.A., M.A. Political Science

HEV. DANIEL CHARI.TO . S.J. M.A., S.T.L.. Ph.D. Classics


' I{ 1-:\'. I' I·:TE H Cl K 1.1 C B.A., S.T.L.. Ph.D. l's.n·lwlo~y

HOBI·:Irl' CI.I·:Yi\1:\1-:T B.A., iii. A .. l'h.D Motlem l.tm~ua~I'S

J AI\II~S CONNOLLY B.S., l'I'I.S.

CA I' T. HICIIA IW CO I.I.I NS Air Scic11 Ce

Physin

REV. JOliN DONOHUE. S.J. M.A., S.T.L., Ph.D History

LT. COL. ItA HI.I•:Y D!\I. Y

ANGELO IH: C I·:NN I·:HO

. lir Sl'it•nc·c

I'H. D. M odem

l.all~llll~l'.,

1\I~V .

WJU.IS EGAN, S.J. B.A., M.A., S.T .D.

T il EO DO HE EIU.A NDSON B.A., 1\I.A., Ph.D.

Theology

fo.'11~lish

HEV. DARRELl. FI NN EGAN. S..J . B.A., M.A., S.'l'.l.., Ph.D. Educotion

WlLLIAi\<1 FlTZGE HALD B.S., Ph.D. Political Science


II UC II 1:0X B.S.. ~I. A .. Ph.D.

SGT. \' EH NON FHANK I.I N

S<;T. DO 1AI.I) II AHDEI路:

Air Science

Air Scient'('

1\'n{:li.<h

\VlLLIAl\1 IIOI.LENBECK B. of ~ l usi <'. l\1. of Musir. Music

Th eology

HEV. ALEX H UM PHH EYS, S.J. ll.A., M.A., Ph.D. Sociology

HE\'. FLOYD JE KINS, S.J. A.B., 1\I.A., M.S., S.T.L., Ph.D. !Jiolot-:r

HEV. CIIAHI.ES Kt\\'A ' AGII,

.J.

!\I.A .. ~I.A .. S.T.I.. 1./a.\.' i'-.'

HEV. JOl iN HEALY, S..J. M.A., S.T.L.

HEV. CYHII. KA\'ANAGII, S.J. B.A .. l\I.A .. S.T.I.. Plr ilo.<oflhr

EUCE ' 1路: KINSEY B.S.. M.S. 1'/rpit".\

CAHL KAONER 1\I.S., Ph.D. Biology

REV. 1\f. KIUSTOVICII, .J. B.A., M.A., S.T.L., J.C.L. Plrilosoplrr


CAPT. RI CHARO KEN NEDY

SGT. VJ::HNO

Air Science

Air Science

RODERICK l\IACL拢01) PH.D. Ch emistry

I.OTI'

HEV. JAl\IES 1\I A HKE' , S.J. M.A., S.T.I ..

J{EV . .JOSEI'II i\IAHTI N, S.J . 13.C.S., M.A., S.T.B.

Th eology

Th eology

REV. DANIEL 1\fCGLOIN, S.J. 1\I.A., S.T.L. . Philosophy On!' of tht路

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THOMAS J. l\IENNE B.S., M.S.

REGINALD 1\I UHI'II Y B.A., M.A.

REV. JOliN O'FAHHELL, S.J. M.A., S.T.I... Ph.D.

i\l.A., LL.D.

Physics

Mathemattcs

Etlucation

Theology

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HEV. FHA CIS PAHHISII. S.J.


rn:v. JACEK PRZYGODA, S.J. B.A., M.A ., Ph.D. Economics

TIIOl\I AS PlTI'S B.S.. l\I.A .. Ph.D. !Jiolo~y

JUAN SA U NDA R S., M.A . f~ducatirm

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FHA K SU LLIVAN B.A., M.A., Ph.D. E11 {!lish


IU·:V. JI·: HOM I·: SU J.I.IVAN, S.J. M.A., S.T.D. Th colo~y

HEY. ROI3ERT TAYLOR, S.J. B.A., M.A., S.T.L. Eng lish

rn:v. C J.A HJ~NC E WALLEN. S.J. fl.A., l'h.D.. S.T.L.. i\J.S.. Ph.D.

Matltt•mutit·.<

HJ·:V. IUCIIA RO THAl'vfE, S.J. IJ.A., M.A., S.'I'.L., Ph.D. II iJtnry

HEV. IIANF'ORD WECKIJA CII. S.J. IJA .., l'vi.A. Plty.<ic.~

ANTIIONY T UHIIOT.T.OW

B.S., li-LA., Ph.D. llistory

JJERT WICKER A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Mutlr cmatics


E RIQUE ABORDO Psychology

P hi Kappa Theta l-4; Loyola Band l-2 ; Pep Band 3-4; Psych Soc 3-4; KXLU 2-3; Recruitment 3.

DONALD AHERN En glish

BERNARD ALCO I\AC£ Econ omics

Ph i Kappa Theta 2-4; Econ Soc 2-4 ; Ind ustrial Rc•lat 4 ; l ntramurals l-4.

GRADUATES

MARC ALDECOA Economics

Economics Society 3-4.

ALFRED ARENSDORF Btotogy

Biological Society l-4 ; German Club l -2.


BENJAMIN ARANDA Po/itic(l/ Science

DICK BARBER Economics

ALLA 1 BECKWITH Psychology

ADG 2-4; ASLU 2-3; Legislature 2-4; YR 1-4 (Pres 4 1; International Relations l-4; Model UN l-4 (Chairman l-4) : ARS l-2: His Soc 3-4: Pre-Legal Club l-4 (Pres. 4 ) ; IFC 3-4; Loyolan l-2,4; Orientation Comm 2-3: Org Board 2-4.

TKE 1-3; KC l-2; Economics Societv l-4 (Vice Pres 3) ; CC D l. .

Sanct oc l -3; Psych Soc .~路4; Crimson Circk 4; Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4; Advanced R.O.'f.C. 3-4: R.. A. l-4 ! Prefect) : Int ramural (football ) 2.

EDWARD BENTO li istory

CHARLES BIDWELL Biology

THOMAS BOLAND Sociology

YR 3-4; Historical Soc 1-4路; Alpha Delta Gamma 2-4; Basketball 1-4路.

Phi Kappa Theta 3-5; RSA l-4; Intramurll l (football) l-4.

TKE 2-4; IFC 3; Soc Society 2-4; Glee Club l-2; Chapel Choir 2-3; RSA l-2; lntramurals l-4.


ARTHUR BRA NICK Sociology

WILLIAM BURGER Psychology

WALTER BURGESS Sociology

Drill Team 2 ; Sociology Society 2-4 (SecT res, Vi ce-President) -

Phi S igma Kappa 1-4; Psych Soc 2-4 (Vice pres); lntramurals l-4 ; Eli te Thirty

RSA l-2 : ADG 1-4 : Cheer L<'ader 2; Golf Team l-4路 (Capt); Intramura ls 1-4; Sociology Club 3-4.

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THOMAS BYRNES Philosophy

JAMES CAIN Mathematics

STEVEN CARPENTER Psychology

Sanctuary Society 4; Chapel Choir 3-4; Glee Club 4.

Sodality 1-4; Rugb y 1-4.

P sycho logical Society 3-4; Special Service Group Commander 4.


JOHN CASTAGNA fliology

Biological Soc l-4· (pres 4); Honors Program 2-4; Homrcom· ing 4; Recruitment 4 : Org Board 4; RSA l-3.

JEAN CHAMPOMMIER Soc£ology

Phi Kappa Theta 2·4; Sociologi· cal Soc 2-4; YD l-2; Intram ural!' 3-4; Pre-Legal Soc 3.

JOSEPH COUTOURE English CCD l; Loyolan l-2 ; Chapel Choir 3-4; Glee Club 4..

JOHN CUNEEN Mathematics Sociological Soc 3; ASLU Public Defender 3; Loyola Forum 3·4: ceo 1.

ROSARIO DiBERNARDO fliology

· Bi ological Soc l-4 ; Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4; KC l-4; RSA l-3 ; Homecom ing 4; CCO l.

BERTRAND DONLON Mathematics

KXLU 1·4; YR l; Math Club 24·; Fine Arts Circle 4; RSA 3·4; Education Society 4.


ROBERT DO. ER Mathematic.~

PIIILIP FALLI Political Science Intramurals 2-4.: AAS 2-3; Rugby 4路; RSA 4; Sanctuary Soc 4; CCO 4; YO 4.

JOHN FARRELL Political Scii'TICe ASLU Veep tJ.; Honors P rogram 2-4; Alpha Sigma Nu 3-4; Pi Kappa Delta l-4 ; YR l-4 ; Internat Rel 1-4; Model U 1 l-4; PreLegal Soc 1-4; oph Class SecTreas.

WILLIAM FLAHERTY Political Science

JAMES FLEMING Biology Arnold Air Society l-2 (Comptroller 2); Wat<'r Polo 2; Riological Society l-4.

JAMES FOURNELL Sociology Phi igma Kappa l-3 ; KXLU I ; ociological Society l.


THOMAS GALLACHER

EDURADO GARCIA

EDMU D GILLEH.A N

Psychology

Economics

English

Intrarnurals 1-4路; Phi Sigma Kappa 1-4; Psych Soc 2-4; Prr-Lcga l Soc 3-4.

Glee Club 3-4: RSA 1-4; F.ronomics Society 3-4.

Loyola Ed Soc 4: SCTA 4; fine Arts Circle 4 : YR 4.

F. ANTHONY GIRARD

FRANK GLASER

THOMAS GOULD

Mathematics

Mathematics

History

Lair Annual 2-3.

Mathematics Club 3.

Fine Arts 2-4; Historical Soc 3-4; KXLU 2-3; YR 2-3; Library 3-4; Photo 2-3; Org Board 3-4 Internat Rei 2-3; RSA 1-3.


JOSEPH GH.AOY Mathenwtics

DOUGLAS GRAY Math('lnat.ics

Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4-; Mary's Hour 3: Chemistry Society l-2 ; Math Cluh 3-4-: Honors 2: Intramurals l-4.

Phi S i ~ma Kappa 1-LJ.; Math Club 4; Prl'Lcgal Soc 2: lntrarnurals 1-4; Rridp:tâ&#x20AC;˘ Tournament Chairman l.

THOMAS GURSKI Physics

MICHAEL GYAUCH Mathem.atics

DO ALD HAGEN. JR. English

IRE l -4; KXLU l-2; Physics Society 3-4.

AAS 3-4: Water Polo 3; FIP 4.

Glee Club l-4; Homecoming 3; LES l-4: Intramural bowling 2-4 ; Spring Sing 2-4: Student Council 2-3.


PAUL HEGENER Economics Rall y & Spirit 1-2 (Li on 2); Ski Club 3; Econ Soc 2-4路; Intramura l basketball 3-4; Homecoming 2: IPC 2; German Club l.

ROBERT HERBELI N Physics Ph ysics Society 3-4; Mathematics Soc 1: CCD 1.

RICHARD HOHMAN Econom ics KC 1-4; RSA 1-4 (Prefect); lntram urals 1-4; Phi Kappa Theta 2-4; Biological Soc 1-2 ; Economics Soc 3-4; IR Soc 4; IFC 4; Glee Club 1-2 ; Queens Comm 4.

JOH N JE NNINGS Biology Fine Arts 4-; KXLU 1-3; YR 2-4; Drill Team 1-2.

SHANNON JENNINGS Economics Senior Class Sec-Tr路eas; Phi Sigma Kappa 1-4; Economics Soc; Pre-Legal Soc; Tennis Team; Homecoming Comm ; IFC.

BILL JERKOVSKY Physics SAE 1; Delta Sigma Phi 1-4; Physics Soc 4.


J OB

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Economics Internati onal Relat 3-4 (Pres); YR 3-4; Econ Soc 3-4; Legislature 4; Model UN (Chairman 4.); Pr('-Lcga l Soc 3-4路; Glee Club 4-; Org Board 4; Drlta Sig 3-4.

JOH N KEEFE

History KC l-4. (G rand Kni gl~t 3-4.) ; RSA l-4-; Historica l Soc 3-4; SCTA 3-4.

JOH N KELLY

Psycholog-y Phi S igma Kappa 2-4; Junior Class V ccp; Psych ological Soc 34; Pre-Lega l Soc 2-4; Homecoming 2-4 (Cha irman 4); Loyolan 3-4路; YD 2-3; lntramurals l-4 ; High School Recruitmen t 3.

EDMOND KIECHLIN.

JR.

History Historical Soc 3-4; German Club l -2.

J OSEPH KOLMEL

English Glee Club l-4. {Pres 4); Educational Soc 2-4; Org Board 3-4路.

ANTHONY KRAMER

Ps) Chology 1

Crimson Circk 4; Phi Kappa Theta 2-4; Psycholog ical Soc l-4 (Pres 4); Intramural basketball 3-4; Lair Annual 2; High Sch ool Recruitment 3 .


MAURICE KRAMER

ALAN KUMA MOTO

JOHN LAVELLE. JR.

Political Science

Sociology

13iology

Phi Sig 1-4; CCD 1; Mary's Hr Comm 2; Homecoming 3-4; Pre-Legal Soc l-2; AFROTC Color guard 1-2; YR 1-2; Orientation 2.

Cr imson Ci rcle 4; Alpha Delta Gamma 34; Sociology Soc 2-4; Biology Soc l; Debate Squad 2; AFROTC Dr ill Team 2.

Biological Socidy l-2,4; Intramurals ( foolball 4, basketball 2).

GARY LEASE

FRANK LONGO

LAWRENCE LONGO

Philosophy

Biology

Psychology

Aquinas Circle 3-4; El Playano (CoEditor) 4; AFROT C Color Guard 1-2; Honors Program 2-4; Org Board 3-4.

Biology Soc 1-4路; Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4; CCD 3; El Playano (ART Director) 3; Cheer Leader 3; RSA 1-3; H omecoming Comm 4.

YR 2-4; Pre-Legal Soc 2-4; Psych Soc 2-4; Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4; Intramurals All Stars 2-4; Elite Thirty 3-4.


PAUL LO UC IIU

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JERRY MARCUS

THOMAS MAREK

English

English

Arnold Air ociely 1-4 ( com t~1andcr) Pre-legal Society 3; RSA 2.

R A l-3; Sa ne! oc 3: Adv. AFHOTC: Phi Kappa Theta 2-4 ( pledg<'ma!:'ler 3) ; FIP 4.

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THOMA S McAHDLE

ARTHUR McCULLOCll

ROBERT MELVOLD

En glish

Political Scii'TICC

Chemistry

ADC 1-4; Soph class Veep; Loyolan 3-4路; Homecoming 3; l ntramurals 2-4.

Loyola U Band l-3; Arnold Air Socirly 4-5; YR 4-5; Recruitment 4-5; Rod & Gun Club 3.

Chemistry Society l-4 (sect 3); Drill Team 2; Intramural football 4


MARTIN MERLO, JR. Mathematics

Fine Arts Circle 2·4; KXL'U 1·3; Math Soc l-4 (Pres 4); Sanc..:t Soc 1-4·; YR 3; Org Board 4; KC 2-4.

DAN MOONEY His tory

Ed uc Soc 3-4 (Pres 4); Historical Soc 3-4; Phi Sigma Kappa 1-3; Intramural Football l-4 (All-Star 2-4, Capt 4); Rugby 2·4.

MICHAEL MORRIS Sociology

Serv Schol Prog l-4 (Director ); Econ Soc l-2; Socio Soc 3-4·; KC 3-4; Intramural Football l.

JOHN MOYER Biology

Bio Soc l-4·; Golf T eam 3-4; Frosh Baseball ; Philatelic Soc 4; Loyolan l.

FRANK M'ULLI N, JR. Math ematics, Phil.osophy

Math Soc l -4; Aquinas Circle 34; RSA Pres 4·; Org Board 3-4·; Homecoming Comm 4; Choir 4; Sanct Soc 3-4·; Fine Arts Circle 3-4.

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BRIAN NEARY English

Frosh Veep ; ASL'U Rally-Spirit Pres 2; I PC l-2; Ski Club Pres 3; Rally chairman l-2; New Music Chairman 4; Loyolan 4.


DENNIS NIBLO Political Science

Delta Sigma Ph i 3-4: Prc-Lt•gal oc 2-4: YR l-4: International Relations Club 3-4; Model l1 1 3-4: Homecoming Cormn :3-tJ: Frosh Baseball.

BRIA

O'CON OH

Mathematics

Bowling 3-4: Mathematics Soc iety 4.

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MARK OVERLA ' D Philosophy

Aqu inas Circle 2-4: Pre-Legal Soc 2-4; l ntramurals 1-4: Phi Sigma Kappa l-4 : International Relations 4.

CHARLES PAGE, JH. Psychology

Phi Kappa Tlwta 2-4; Psychology Society l-4; Knights of Columbus l-4 ; Loyola Pep Band 3-4·; KXLU 1-2; Drill Team ( AFROTC) l-2; High School Recruitment 3.

ROBERT PIKE English

Glee Club 2-4 (Librarian) ; Delta Sigma Phi 3-4; New Music 3; Chapel Choir 2; RSA 2-4; Student Worker P rogram 2.

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STEPHEN POCHE Political Science

Delta Sigma Phi l -1·; Jlomccoming 4 (Soc Chairman); AAS l-3; FIP 4; Crimson Circle 4 (Soc Chairman ); Pre-Legal Club 2-3: Model U 2-4 (Delegate) .


JOSEPH QUARTUCCI, JR.

VICTOR RAMIREZ

WILLIAM REISZ

Chemistry

Political Science

Econom ics

Chemistry Society l-2: Economics Soci<'L y 3-4; KC l-4.

HSA l: Chemistry Soc iety 2-4 ( Prrs 4.); Intra mural Football 2-4.

RICHARD RI EDEL

DENNIS TULEY

ALAN RO NEY

English

Political Scien ce

His tory

Resident Students Association l -3.

t\SLU President 4; Soph Class President ; Frosh Sec-Trcas; YD l -4-; Org Board 3; Honors Program 2-4路; Alpha Sigma Nu 3-4; Pi Kappa Delta l-4; Pre-Lrgal Soc l-4; Internati onal Rr lations l-4.

Sociological Soc ~; Historical Soc 3-4: AAS 2-4; Phi Kappa Theta 3-<t ; AFROTC l -4.


CARLOS SALAZAR

DAVID SANCHEZ

LOUIS SAUCEDO

Economics

Political Science

English

CCD 1; Chemistry Club 1 ; Lair Annual 14 (Photo Editor 2-4); Loyolan 1-2 ; AAS 1-4; FIP 4.; Homecoming 3; Model UN 1-3; Freshmen Orientation 2,

Crimson Circle 3-4.: YO 2; Ori<â&#x20AC;˘ntation Comm l: AAS 3-4; Student Worker 1-4; Fine Arts Circle 2-3; RSA 1-4.

Historical Soc 3; Sociological Soc 2; Intramural Basketball 3-4,

HERMAN SCHAEFER

JAMES SENSKE

MICHAEL SERIC

Economics

History

Chemistry

Delta Sigma Pi 2-4, (Pres 4.); Economics Club 3-4; SAM 4; Sanctuary Society 1-2; Student Workers l-2; Intramural football

Basketball 1-4; Baseball 2-4.; Belles Chairman 1; Elite "30" 3; TKE 3-4; Intramural football 1; Historical Society 2.

Chemistry Society 1-4 (Trcas 4); Intramural football 4.

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CLARENCE SHIELDS, JR. Biology Biology Club l-4; Intramurals l-4; KC 2-4 (Board of Trustees); Kappa Alpha Psi 2-4 (Pres) .

PATRICK SHREVE Economics KC l -4 (Trustee); Legislature 3; Econ Soc 2-4 (Pres 3); Org Board 3-4; Homecoming 4; Mary's Hour 3; Honors Program 2-4; CCD l; RSA l-4.

ROBERT SIBOLE Political Science Honors Program 2-4; KXLU l-4 (Station Manager); Fine Arts Circle 3-4 (Treas); YR 4.

RAYMOND T RUDEAU Political Science Crimson Circle 4; Pep Club 4; CCD 4; Pre-Legal 3-4; Homecoming 4; Delta S igma Phi 2-4; IFC 3; YR 3-4 ; Debate 4; I nternal Relat 3-4.

WILLI AM T URLEY History Education Society 2-4; Arnold Air Society l.

J ERRY UELMEN Political Science Drbate l-4; Jr. Class Pres; Phi Sigma Kappa l-4; Pi Kappa Delta 4 (Pres 4); YD 3-4 (P res 4); IFC 3-4; Pre-Legal Soc 3-4.


CARLOS UHA NG A Political ScieiiCl' Arnold Air Society l.

FRANKLJ ' VALVO Biology KC l-4 (Advocate) : Teul onia Cluh 1-2; Yr 2-:~; Org Board 3; 1at Assn Col leg1路 13roadcaslcrs 2-4 (Coordinator Area 2); KXLU 2-3: Bi ological Soc 1-tJ..

ROBERT VEDDER Biology Biology Cluh 1-3: Hc:-idcnt dents Association 2-:~.

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HAY VEGA Political Scie11ce Arn old Air Society ] ; Gle1' Club 3-4.

CHARLE. VO\VELS Biology Wassmann Biologiral Socid y 2-'1路: German Club 2.


WILLIAM WALSH IV Political Science

ROBERT WALTERS Political Science

GARY WEST History

Loyolan 2-4 (Editor 4) ; Phi Sigma Kappa 3-4; Baseball 2; Intramurals 2-4; Psych Soc 2; P re-Legal Soc 3-4; Recruitment

Phi Kappa Theta 1-4; YD 1-4; Internal Relat 1-4; Pre-Legal Club 1.

Hist Soc 2-4; Della Sigma Ph i ; Homecoming 2-4; Intramurals 2-4; YD 3.

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P AUL WICKER Mathematics

MICHAEL YOST English

Phi Kappa Theta 2-4; IFC 3-4; CCD 1; KXLU 1; Recruiting 3; Intramural football 2-4.

Loyolan 1-2; Pi Kappa Delta 4; Pre-Legal 3; Homecoming 3; Phi Sigma Kappa 1-3; Intramurals 1-4; Ski Club 3-4; Philatelic Soc 4.


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J. Beuclair J. Borgerding J. Carpenter M. Curry P. Faist

J. Giedraitis

A. Antol W. Bogaardt E. Bowen P. Chase M. Davies P. Fernandez

P. Giotta

D. Flynn

B. Armstrong P. Boland ]. Buchholdt R. Cozzini M. Dobbs R. Gallagher

J. Goodwin

J. Goodwin

G. Applegate

S. Berrien

L. Brockman

M. Collins P. Dickinson

B. Avery

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M. Callahan

K. Crouse

L. Donohue R. Gatley

F. Greco

Baglio

A. Crudo

J. Ellis J. Geisbaucr

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J. Grt>.sswell

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Lu tz Lynch Mn nni ng McCambridge McCullou ch McLaughlin

T. Mc Laughl in H. McNally ]. Meyer H. Mestre M. Moss P. Moss

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M. P hi llips D. Polis ] .. Rasmussen L. Rice ]. Ri ggio P . Riley

0. Hessler 13. Jon es 13. Kwok

J . Higi(ins M. Jordan n. La\'f•llf'

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J. Bailey

A. Abruzzo P. Baldwin

G. Acosta R. Bardoel

P. Acosta P. Barry

R. Anzalone D. Barton

J. Arroyo T. Beach

G. Baier F. Behrle


M. Belcher C. Bellitti E. Blum J. Dohan J. Bonelli C. Donno

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P. Coony G. Davis C. Oo'nuldson


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B. Kruer

J. Madura

J. Mestepey C. Moffitt

J. Maec hlin~ G. Michels J. Monzio

C. Kunz 0. Marrin .T. Mikkelsen P. Moreno

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G. Arnerich M. Bctkoyski N. Bunt

G. Auth R. Brawders

M. Athan

J. Bermudez

J. Byrne

S. Burns

C. Bauer l\f. Brown

L. Callaghan

K. Baumga rdner R. Brown D. Callahan

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A. Casimano

J. DeYoung

F. Cnvezzn C. Dickey

J, Caplies

J. ConneJiy L. Dissette

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J. Eaton J. Fcrruzo D. Crnardi R. Gray P. Hahn T. Hession

C. Enright W. Fields J. Ciraldi D. Green D. Hamilton D. Hessler

P. Erhardt

M. Finnegan L. Goodreau

T. Croener P. Hanson

J. Ernst J. Ford

C. Cooley A. Cuardalabcne

L. Evje A. Gately C. Hugo

E. Culberg

M. Heywood

M. Hozman

l\1. Haynes V. Jneobs

T. Johnson

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T. Kellen

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M. Ross

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M. Nycrges T. Pisano T. Raycraft

M. O'Connor P. Polizzotto D. Riemann

A. Roth

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COLLEGE 0 F sugtNEgg ADMINigTRATI 0 N


DEAN WILBUR R. GARRETT

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: I commend you for the notable use you have made of your time and talent as you have prepared yourself during the past four years to accept the responsibility of business leadership. In the future, business will be judged on its role as a good neighbor rather than solely on its traditional task of providing a good product of a service at a low price. Business and businessmen will be responsible for dealing with customers, with employees, with government, and with peoples of other countries in such a manner as to promote the general welfare. Business decisions must be made m a framework set by the political, social, and ethical conventions and mores of a free society. At this critical juncture in time one cannot overstate the importance of this high objective, for at stake is more than the success of an individual enterprise; at stake is the survival of the philosophy of the free world. As business leaders it is your duty to help shape the future, for our ability to carry the struggle of our economy underlies to a great degree the factors that will determine the ultimate course of events. A most powerful way by which man affects the shape of tomorrow's world is by knowledge, by ideas, and by example. The business community must demonstrate that it is a good neighbor and that vigorous national growth and international amnity are compatible with maximum citizen's opportunity. In this way business will serve as a showcase of the clear purpose of the economic aspects of our society,-the improvement of the living standards in an environment which provides the satisfaction of living, thinking, working, and worshipping in freedom. With the education which has been provided you and with personal courage, personal commitment, and personal responsibility there is no challenge which you and the country cannot meet.


REV. CARL BENECKE, S.J. M.A., S.T.B.

MEHVIN BROWN B.S., M.B.A., C.P.A.

PAUL EGCERTSON B.S., A.M., Ed.D.

PAUL GROSCH M.A.

fndustrial Relations. Economics

Accounting

General Business

Accounting

RICHARD G. HARRIS A.D., LL.B.

KENNETH HOWARD D.B.A., M.B.A.

Business Law

Accounting

So, by working on a commission basis ...

NORMAN WEIR B.A., M.A. Economics


LAURENCE ADAMS,

JR.

General Business

KXLU 2-3; Delta Sigma Pi 2-4; Homecoming 3-4; AF'ROTC l-3.

NICK ARICO General Bttsiness

Alpha Delta Gamma 3-4; Intramural Football 2-4; Intramural Baskethall :1-4.

!) ENNIS BASSI Cl•neral Bu siness

TKE 2-3; Intramurals l-4; RSA ] -2; CCD l-2: Sanctuary Society l-2; Homecoming Committee l -4.

JOSEPH BAUER Accounting

lntramura ls l-4; Accounting Club.

THOMAS BOUCHARD In dustrial R1•lations

Industrial Relations Society 2-4 (Treas 3); Intramura l Director 3-4; Rugby Team l-4 (Capt 3-4): lntramurals ] -4; Society for th<' Advancement of Managem<'nt 4..

JOH N CADY Indu strial Relations

Org Board 4; Indu ~tr i al Relations Society 2-4: Economic Soc iety 2:1 : Loyolan 2: El P l ay~10 2; Phi Sigma Kappa 1-:i; Intramural~ 1-:1; 13a~l'ba ll 2; 1\ugby 4.

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ANTHONY DAL BELLO General Business K or C 1-4: Mary"s Hour 3-4 ; CCD 1-4: Econ omics Society 1-4: Young Democrats 1-4-: anctuaq Societ r 1 : SAM 4.

ROBERT DOMI ISSE Accountin g Intramural Footba 11 3-4; AFROTC 1-4-.

PAUL DORR Accounting Alpha Delta Gamma 3-4 (Trcas 3) ; I ntramurals 1-3: Accounting Club 3-4.

LAURENCE FAGAN Industrial Relations

IR Soc 2-4路; Delta Sigma Pi 3-4; Homecoming 3; Intramurals 1-2; Rod & Gun Club 1; Gourmet Club 3; Student Loan Administrator 3.

JAVIER GUERENA Accoun tin g Phi Sigma Kappa 1-4; Loyolan 1-3 (Managing Editor 3); Accounting Club 3-4; l ntramurals 1-4; Pep Club 2-4 ; Young Rqmhlicans l.

JOHN HESLl N General Busin ess Loyola U Band 1-2, Pep Band 3-4; Phi Kappa Theta l -4; Arnold Air Soc l -3; FIP 4; AFHOTC Wing Commander 4.


PATRICK HOWARD

DONALD KALAL

THOMAS KE 1NEDY

General Busin ess

l nclustrial R elations

A ccoun ting

KXLU l; Arnold Air Society 3-4; AFROTC l -4; FIP 4-.

Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4; 1R Soc. 3-4; Orirntation Committee 2; YD l; Loyolan 4tBusiness Manager ) ; Loyola U Band 1-2 ; Pep Band 4; Bowling 1 ; Golf Team 1.

KC 1-4-; Economics Society 3-4; YO 3-4; Accounting Club 1-4-; RSA 1-2; Glee Club 1.

JOSEPH KOELSCH

ANTHONY KRALLMAN

THOMAS LITTLEFIELD

Finance

Finance

Finance

Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4- (Treas 3) Economics Society 2,4. ; Homecoming; Surf & Ski l -3; Biological Society.

KC 2-4; TK E 2-4; SAM 4 (Sec 4-) ; Accounting Club 4-; Basketball 1-4-.

Young Republicans; Economic Society; Industrial Relations Society.


HENRY LUDWIG General Business

PATRICK MARLEY General Business

Phi igma Kappa 2-4: Golf 1-4; I ntramural 1-4; Homecoming 3-4: Ski Club 3; Elite 30 3-4.

Acct Club 4; AM 4; YR 4; Gourmet Club 4; Ski and urf 4; Model UN 4.

W ILLIAM McCARRON Accounting

J OHN McPHILLIPS General /Jusiness

BENJAMIN MENNICUCCI General Business

ADG 1-4; Bowling 2; Economics Socirty 2; Intramural football 1.

Delta Sigma Phi 1-4 (sergeant-at-arms).

BENJ AMI Finan ce

MARTELLO

AM 4; Acct Club 4; Industrial Relations ocicty 3-4.


JAMES MEUSE

MICHAEL MO IH:LA

Industrial Relations

Accounting

Geneml Business

Young Republicans 1; Dr lta Sigma Phi ]. 4 : Accounting Cluh 2-4; Rod & Gun Cluh

Loyola U Band 1-3: odality 2-4; Marr'" Hour 2-4: AM 4: Intramural football 2-3.

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Sigma Phi Zeta l-2; Delta Sigma Phi 2-4: Crimson Circl<路 ~-4.

Homecoming tl.; Acct Club 4; Alpha Si;.r路 rna Nu 3-4; Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4.

Rugby 2-4路; Intramu ral football l -4 ( AII St a rs 2-4) . baskd ba II l-4.

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DO ALD PAOLILLI


BURTON PIERCE Ill Finance Delta Sigma Phi 3-4; Amold Air Society 4.; New Music .3 : In tra· mural football & baskcthall 3-4.

CHARLES PRESTO A ccoun fin g

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THOMAS 1\YA Finance Varsity Basketball 2-4· (All WCAC 3-4); TKE 2-4; Acct Club 1-2: Bridge Club s·; Surf & Ski Club 2-3; Elite 30 4.

JOHN SHOOK In dustrial Relations Homecoming 2; Young Democrats 2-3; Knights of Columbus 4 ; In· dustrial R<'lations Society 2-4.

MICHAEL SNODGRASS Industrial Relations Crimson Circle 3-4; KC 1-4 : Sanct Soc 1-2; Mary's Hour 3-4 : TKE 1-4; lR Soc 3-4; Intramural football 1-4.

PAUL SULLIVAN Finane<' Crimson Circle 3-4; Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4; IF.C 4 : Econ Soc 2; Recruitment 4; Intramural Bas· ketball 1-4.


THOMAS THOMAS Finance Industrial Relations Society 2-4; Economics Society 4; Intramural football & basketball 3-4.

CHARLES VITELLO General Business ADG 2-4; IFC 3; Homecoming 3-4; Intramura l football 3-4; Industrial Relations Society 4.

1AMES WALDORF Accountin g ASLU Trrasurer 4; KC 2-4-; Acct Club 3-4; Econ Soc 2-4; Alpha S igma Nu 3-4; TKE 3; Intramurals 2-4; SAM 4.

CARL WALKER Finance Knights of Columbus 2-4; Con路 fraternity of Christian Doctrine

2-3.

HOBART WILLIAMS, JR. Gen eral Business Industrial Relations Soc 3-4; Homecoming 3; Young Republicans 3-4; Intramural basketball 3.

EGON ZWIERLEIN Finance Industrial Relations 2-4; Delta Sigma Pi -2-4; Acct Club 4; SAM Society for Advancement of Management 4.


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ACTING DEAN REV. L. C. WERTS, S. J.

TO THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS OF ENGINEERING: You are going forth into a world where men are literally aiming for the moon. The Engineering Faculty has done its utmost to help you fi'x your sights high and steady. They congratulate each of you and wish you success in your future to match and surpass your success here at Loyola. Here as members of the ASLU you have shown superior scholastic ability and purpose in student life that will be a guiding star for your professional life. You should be proud of your accomplishment in teaching the first goal in your professional career, as we, the Faculty, are m your achievement. Now is not the time to lower your sights one bit, for new challenges await you in the ever expanding and continually growing fi elds of technology. Your own growth must never lag behind and your future efforts will be rewarded with the joy and satisfaction of accomplishment to the extent you fully develop the opportunities awaiting you. Loyola has prepared you with a solid foundation of technical knowledge. This will enable you to launch a career of service and leadership, directed always by the spiritual truths and goals instilled during your stay at Loyola. Our hearty congratulations to you all.


DONA I.D B. ANDERSON B.S.C:. I·:.. M.S.C.E Ci11il /•,'ngineering

JOSESP II H. BATTOCI.ETTI B. E. E., 1\f.S.• Ph.D. 1~/ectrical En gineerin{{

Tlu• tlu·or)' i~ tau~ht in <·lass .. .

JOSEPH 1'. CA I.I .I ' AN B.S.. M.S.

JAi\H:s E. FOXWOHTII Y RE .. tii.S.

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B.S.

EUGE ' E P. KESSLER

HAHLANO H. MOSS B.S., 1\f.S.. Ph.D.

Elrctrical Engineering

M cclwnical

Enginf•crin~:

LA WHENCE j . WIERZniCKI A.A .. B.A., B.S.M.E., M.A. M echanical Engineering

PAUL II. \\' IHSCIIlNG B... M.S. Mechanical f,'nt:ineering


WILLIAM ALEXANDER, JR. il1l'chanical En gineerin g

JOliN BA INE Civil Engineerin g Sanctuary . ociety 2·3; Civil En · ginccring . oci<'ty 3·5; Frosh Basket ball ; Jnlramural football; basi'· ball. basketball l-5 : RSA 1-~ .

GRADUATES JOHN BASTIAN Electrical Engineerin g Phi Sigma Kappa 3-4; Alpha Sif!:· ma u (Sec 4); l ntramurals 3 : IRE 4; RSA 1-3; Engr. Coun. ( Pres 4 ) .

JOliN BEHNARD Electrical En gineering Institute of Radio Engineers 4 ; RSA l -2 ; Gl<'e Club l-2 ; Gamma Delta Iota l-4.


JO EP11 BILLI'ITI

ROBERT OUECHLER

JAME. BURKE

Elt•ctrical Engineering

M eclwnical Engineering

Electrical Engim•erin~

IHE L-4; American Institute of Electrical Enginerrs 3-4; Engineering Council 4-.

Society of Automotive (Chairman 4).

Engineers

3-4

Delta Sigma Phi 2-4: Institute of Rarlio Engineers 3 -4; Tl·nnis Team 3-4.

HAYMO D CllfU STIA SO

GILBERT CAMPOS

JAMES DAVIS

Mechanical En gineering

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Amold Air Society 2-3; Society of Auto· rnotiv<· Engineers; Alpha Sigma u 4.

Sanctuary Society 1; RSA 1-2 ; Drill Team 1-2; IRE 2&4; Intramural basketball 2-4; Bowling 3; Intramural Football 3.

Phi Sigma Kappa 2-5; Glee Club 2; Intra· mural Basketball 2-4; IRE 4.


HE RY ECKFELDT Civil Engineeering Aristonians 2-3; Civil Engineer路 ing Society 4-5; TKE 3-4; Track & Field 1-3; Ski Club 3-11; Judo Club 5.

GEORGE FRENCH Mechanical En gineering Society or Automotive Engineers 2; Alpha Gamma Sigma 2 (Treas) .

DANIEL GONZALEZ Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Theta 2-4 (Pledge Master 4); T('nnis Team l-4; KXLU 2; Glee Club 1 ; RSA l-2; Bowling 2-3.

PHILIP GRAYSON Mechanical Engineering

WAYNE HULLETT E/,ectrical Engineering Alpha Delta Gamma 2-4; IRE ~4; Crew Team 2-3; Org Board 3.

TJIOMAS KEESE Mechanical Engineering SAE 1-4; Engineering Council 34; Homecoming Commiltee 3-lt (Queens Chairman); Phi Kappa Theta 2-4 (Sec 3-4) : Bowling l-3; lntrarnurals 1-4.


J AME

KELLER

Eleclrical En gineerin g

Sanctu ary Society 1-2 : H. A 1 - :~; Intramural Basketba ll 2-4 : IRE 4 : Arnold Air Society 2.

F'RED LA URIE 1TE Electrical Enginel'rin g

KXLU 1 -:~ (Chief Engineer ) : !HE 1-4 : Phi Kappa Theta 2-4.

THOMA. Ll BBY Electrical Engineerin g

Institute of Hadio Engineers 1-5 (Sec 4 ); Anwrican Institute of Electri cal Engineers 3-S.

DE NI S LOMENZO Electrical En gineerin g

Institute of Radio Engineers 4.

JEROME McBREARTY. JR. Electrical Engineerin g

Freshman Class President ; ADG 2-5 (Pres 4 ); IPC 1 ; IRE 4; Homecoming Committee 2: Rugby 1-2: Intramural football 4 : InterFraternity Council 4.

CYRIL MOONEY Mechanical Engineering

Society of Automotive

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JAMES

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TIMOTHY PSOMAS

Mechanical En~inerrin~

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RSA 1-5 (Pres 3-41; AFROTC 1-4: CCD 2; AAS 3-5 : SAE 5; Il onors Pro~ram 2; Mary's Hour 2-5; Org Board 3.

Delta Sigma Phi 2-5; Ci\'il Engineerin g Society 2-5 !Pres 5) : Engineering Council 5.

Phi Sigma Kappa 1-4路; lntramurals 2-4; Civil EngineNing Society 1-4-; Engineering Council 4; Loyolan 1-3.

Enginrcrin~

Civil Engineering

RONALD RAMIREZ

GENE READ

RICHARD ROY

Electrical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Lair Annual 2 (Layout Ed itor); Institute of Radio Engineers 3-4.

Automotive Engineers 3-4-; Engineering Council 4; Resident Students Association 3.


PIIlLIP SOTTOSANTI Mechanical En[!ifleaing

MIKE. ILVA Electrical Engineering

DO ALD SIMINSK I Mechanical Enginet•ring

Knights of Columbus 2-1: ServiC't' . cholarsh ip Prog. 2- I ; Intramural. Baskrt hall :~ -I· ; Softball :t

Societ) of (Sec. '' )

JOSEPH SOWA Mechanical Engin<'ering

JOHN STANLEY Electrical Engineering

RICHARD STEW ART M ec!tan ical Engineering

ADG 2-5; Rugby 2-3: Water Polo :3; Intramurais 2-5: FIP 1; Arnold Air Society 3-4 ; Crew 4.

Arnold Air Society ~ -4; Phi Kappa Theta 4; Alpha Sigma Nu 4; Intramural Football 4; AFROTC Band l; IRE ,1.

Delta Sigma Phi 2-5; SAE pre:;. I: lFC 4-5; Hom. Queen's Chair. 1: CCD :~ -5: Engr. Coun I; 1ew Music I.

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KEVIN STOGSDILL Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Theta 2-1 (pres 1) ; AAS 1· 1; Intramural football l-1; Al EE 1; Sanct Soc l -2; IFC 4; Rugby 2.

GLENN STRONKS Electrical Engineering Lair Annual Editor 2-'~; Institute of Radio Engineering 2, 1)•• 5.

FRANK TAORMI 0 Electrical Engineering IRE 3-4; Rugby 3-!J; l ntramurals l-1 (All Star Football l-2, I); Advanced AFROTC 3-4.

BRIAN UNGER Electrical Engineering Phi Sigma Kappa 2-4; InE tl.; AAS l-2; Glee Club 2-3; Intramural football .~; Drill Team l-2.

fHOMAS VADNAIS Civil Engineering TKE 2-4; Sanct Soc 1-3; Basketball Man· ager 3-5; CE Soc l-5 ; Advanced AFROTC; RSA 1-5; Homecoming 4; Engr Council 4; Loyolan l-2.

". GEORGE YOUNG Civil Engineering Civil Engr Soc 3-5; Knights of Columbus 2-5; RSA l-3; Service Scholarship Prog 2-4.


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