Aquinas College - Thomist Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

 - Class of 1966

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,, ,- - , .,d,k,-nn .v v f L-an !MQUHWAE5 CCDLLEC5 E Grand Rapids, Michigan TI-ICDIVIIST 1966 "If we wish to register the purpose of any whole and its parts we should mark first that each part is for its own proper activityg second, that the lower is for the higherg third, that all parts are for perfection of the wholeg fourth, that whole man is for an in- trinsic end, namely his enjoyment of God." Summa Theologica. In this, the twentieth edition of the THOMIST, it is fitting to identify our theme to the words of him after whom this publication is named. In such instances throughout the book, we span seven centuries in heeding the applicability of the thoughts of Thomas Aquinas. TABLE OF CCDNTENTS Introduction .............. Administration and Faculty . . . Organizations ............ Seniors ........ Underclassmen . . Activities .... Directory . . . ...page2 ...page8 page 32 ....page62 page 82 page 118 page 158 x X . , X v.. - , 1 .W as f: N. ,xx xg , ' s 'K-e- -I' 3 N X . 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However, he soon realizes that out of the chaos of registration day there soon follows an Honors Convocation for citation for high scho- lastic achievement. He also realizes that more important than achievement in life is commit- ment, a commitment that follows upon education. The Administration Building houses li- brariesg the Science Hall houses labora- tories. But our education does not stop in these. For, such an education would be insular. Rather, we are prepared to act and respond to the needs of society. We leave Aquinas liberally educated to follow our professors in dedication to Christian ideals. james Farmer, National Director of CORE, on a brief visit to Grand Rapids, is interviewed by an Aquinas student and photographed by Frank Kolenda. To better acquaint the students with the needs of society, the faculty introduces us to modern leaders. Father Twomey, S. J. of Loyola University in New Orleans, addresses us on the role of religion in solving modem problems. The Honorable Tran van Dinh, former U. S. Ambassador from Vietnam, spoke to a capacity crowd on The Status of the Vietnamese War flower leftj. Gala Weekend 1965 was the tenth of its kind and to celebrate the anniversary Co-chairmen Dan Radawski and Maureen Rice present a cake to alumni members George Krupp, chairman of the first week- end, and Jacob Robinson, originator of the name Gala. Ecumenism lives in the person of a Prot- estant monk, Brother Jacques Schiesser, who spoke to students and faculty on the purpose of his order, the unification of all Christians. He is a member of the Taize Order of France which is devoted to unification and whose rule is com- posed of a number of Christian rites in- cluding Catholic and Orthodox. The Russian-born Baroness Catherine deHueck Doherty, founder ofmany Friend- ship Houses and the Madonna House Apostolate, was presented the eighth annual Aquinas Award at a special cere- mony closing Honors Week in March. After the presentation, this vivacious Catholic woman spoke to all assembled, instilling in each deep respect as well as fervor for active Christian living. .Nm VIINISTRATICN FAC U LTY Knower and known are not agent and patient to each other. They are two things from which one principle of knowledge results. Disputations Sister M. Aline, O.P. Vice-President and Dean Assoc. Professor of Education Rf. Rev. Msgr. Arthur F. Bukowski Presiden! Assoc. Professor of Sociology x N x ix X Q ,M -:VR . .. J. VEEESE .9 bs,-. V-,H Eugene W. Smith Admissions Counselor Assoc. Professor of Biology Gertrude M. Horgan De-an of Women Professor of English and Natalie Deon, Secretary 5 L 3 2 , 1 X Q-'-L 4 ,J V Sister M. Robina, O.P. V W Treasurer ,.s- ,ff 1' Sister M. Blundinu, O.P. Registrar Assoc. Professor of Economics ut.. 12 5 'D If l at Y' - 7,4 Sister M. Carol, O.P. Treasurefs Assistant s 1 Sister Helen Louise, O.P. Business Manager Gladys Ebels Catherine J. Black Switchboard Operator Secretary to the President , X. ,vi ,,. . . 'WAX - Wg. -X-.4 ,y- 'l' :iv if-fx fag if ,. fgwfwl. W' -k gs ff , 'W' ,,,-eg' n.: . fy , t. r ' ' Q f : .Q " 5' - QQ is-'+6: .,.,, wfiifi-: . H 2 : gn -1 . . ' .- 1 - : ga.-3 , If A. Aja' ' y:5,g,31. - hi -X .Q : 1111 1: I ' 12 Y 21545515 , ,-3' - fe -----,- 111--f A--3 T- ,-"- - ,ff'- ee ,, . I 3 Charles F. Bromm College Center Manager .V-4 Q ::,,.. S., Sister Thomas Jude, O.P. Lois Bi,-Ch Richard J. Pulliam Remington Rand Engineer Registrar's Assistant Secretary to the Registrar F.-eidq I, Munn Sister M. Micheas, O.P. Secretary to Faculty Vari-Typist 13 X , . Y. 1 I H I John P. 0'Connor Asst. Professor of Accounting 4-:FX 1 A 'mx il ' er 'fi ,ff . x f A .1 N -'-5 I' at K! ' ' 'Q .rj , .Q 5, 39' 44' x .1 ! ' r f .J vlffiffln. 1 H I-R . A-is 1' l I his . . ' 7413 F " r NX gg 'f .1 ' ft' ,, ,I . 5 if 6 "" 5 q 'K ' . , 1 "' Theodore K. Lum Sister M. Lois, O.P. Instructor jn Arr Asst. Professor of ArtfChairmanj Frederick L. Bouwmon Elizabeth Crowley Professor of Bio1ogyKChaim1an5 Instructor in Biology Sister M. Annabel, O.P. Assoc. Professor of Biology Melvern M. Casey, Jr. Asst. Professor in Business Administration William E. Freeman Lecturer in Business Administration James E. Stievater Instructor in Business Administration l if ,, , ----"' sm. iw M X 'Nw wi W -at Sister M. Harriet, O.P. Assoc. Professor of Secondary Education Sister M. Bernetto, O.P. Professor of Elementary Education CChaii-manj Sister M Bride 0 P Assoc Professor of Ef1gl1SI'lfCh51l7713I'l Sister Maris Stella, 0.P. X ,Ni Assoc. Professor of English J Theodore B. Lczscuri Instructor in Education J o h n H . L ca D u R e , E' '-r": -s . ,. Instructor in Education El' b h J. J l YR. 16 lza et ennings Instmctor in English ax 'bv 5 J Sf W- , 40" ,nn i Jeannette Van Der Veen Instructor in French Sister M. Norbert, O.P. Assoc. Professor ot' French fChain'nanQ Kenneth J. Morin Assoc. Professor of EconomicsKChairmanfJ Ralph J. Bennett Assoc. Professor of Accounting 85 Economics Sister M. Bertrand, 0.P. Professor Emeritus of French Richard D. Sedlecky Instructor in Engineering Graphics .Que t, ...4 Sister M. Clarence, 0.P. Asst. Professor of French Kenneth L. Wiggins Kamill G. Fogorosi Instructor in German Asst. Professor of German I L. W. Werner Prcmge Chaiffflan Professor of German and Geography Sister Jean Paul, 0.P. Instructor in Geography W E G , L- .L 1.55 4 1 2' rfb Qi' 235. A 1, 9 , X, 'S ,F Lewis B. Ciingmon Rodger A. Remington Leo W. Graff Professor of Histor-yfChairmanj Asst. Professor of History Instructor in History Sister Marie, O.P. Sister M. Brendon, 0.P. Assoc. Professor of History Asst. Professor ol' History x Y J 3. QQ lx 5 . ' wigs, fpw Afiiiitiwi 'Q 'ij ,- Wti' 7- sr rf f X 'Rami N im NQA -A'. ' gg, 'ifi-.Q I ' ' , Q? .KE ' A X : 5 t. " isa Qbsi is J X 1 x ' .- Xb, X, IV X X rg- x x N I -' -9 YSNXN vu-Q i, - Sister M. Anne, O.P. Sister M. Frederic, 0.P Instructor in History Instructor in History Sister Eugene Marie, O.P. Sister M. Malachi, O.P. Asst. Director ot' the Library Director of Libraries u-f--- -. 15 I Janet Vidro Caroline Baker Librarian Librarian Sister Ann Frederick, 0.P. Audio-Visual Coordinator 21 Robert H. Hieber Roy V. Emerson Instructor in Music Instructor in Music Sister M. Alphonsus, O.P. Asst. Professor of MathematicsKCha1m1an,J X f 4'-4' x k I A N., ,N as - 5.3 - ' 4. Q M 2 tg! . SQ ..... x :Y X i ,l I 1 fffif ,, -f " X 2 iw 2 sl Eugene T. Hopkins Asst. Professor of Piano and Theory X iffsr' Alon A. Heisler Instructor in Mathematics r-s Wire fa mx-,sk .uu--b'- Sister M. Teresa, 0.P. Sister M. Cyril, O.P. Instructor in Mathematics Asst. Professor of Mathematics James W. Shew Le-fturer m Maths-matzus John E. Bellurdo Ki SUP HGH Assoc. Professor of Physxcs Asst. Professor of Physics Lf . ,3.Q - Q fi 2 l.+J U l to o 6 o 0 0 c 0 0 0 1 :.m...-b .3M5.,-3... !o 3 l Q 0 I 0 0 I O 0 .,,'A.A....i--I, 0 ooocaecaooae ....,.,....,.,..........................-.....,...d.....,. Sooooolvoooli uonsaeocao Joseph A. Pofchen Assoc. Professor of Physics SLN Robert J. Clarke Chairman Assoc. Professor of Political Science A fr ,f X 1. ,X Richard W. Blake Asst. Professor of Political Science KNO! Picturedj Robert K. Corley Lecturer in Political Science ..s Alfred H. Rypstra Lecturer in Political Science Sister M. Gonzaga, 0.P., Chairman Professor of Philosophy l Ei ii fl :Naam ' A., 4 F , . .,.. I- Sister Edward Mary, O.P. Bernard De Primo Asst, Prgfegggf of Phjlggophy Assoc. Professor of Philosophy 1.2 1 S George F. J. LaMounfain Assoc. Professor of PsychologyfChain'nanj Lee E. Jacokes 'V UA Rev. Valentin R. Rodriguez Assoc. Professor of Philosophy. Dr. Andrew L. Hoeksira Lecturer m Psychology' I l ' 1 - fs lf, , . 41 Instructor in Psychology Richard D. Dornbos Acting, Dean of Men Asst. Professor of Physical Education Olga Wempa Instructor in Physical Education Rev. Thomas H. Kaufman, O.P, Assoc. Professor of SocioIogyfChairmanj .5 'N , 11.2 4 . ,q 4 . q ,: My " . , , V ' S Sister M. James, O.P. Asst. Professor of Sociology l l Jose Soler Sister M. Loyola, O.P. Assoc. Professor ot' Spanish Instructor in Spanish Julian S. Dobrowolski Asst. Professor of Spanish Sister M. de Chantal, O.P. Alexander Callaghan Instructor in Spanish Asst. Professor ot' Speech 'vi .lock C. Rang Instructor in English and Speech I .Km ur ,. 1 v' '43 I iso - l I l i I I 's- -. X 'A Rev. William R. Gannon, 0.P. Rev. Stephen B. Jurusko, O.P Assoc. Professor of Theology Assoc. Professor of Theology Rev. John L. Hari, 0.P., Chairman X Assoc. Professor of Theology wt x up 'Q 1 , 1 'N 4 F 4 r f 1 X ,.. 'Q I A. I 1 1 W I V I Rev. Robert U. Shurkey, O.P. Rev. Donald C. Lozier, 0.P. 4 28 Instructor in Theology Instructor in Theology Sister M. Susan, 0.P. Asst. Professor of Voice and Theory Sister M. Aquin, O.P. Professor of English and the Classical Languages fChairmarzJ liz-Q1 Sister M. Annette, O.P. Assoc. Professor of Piano and TheoryfChaimiar1,J 1- Af Sister M. Kevin, O.P. Professor of Music Education and Piano , Oton Muhr Assoc. Professor of Classical Languages 29 W 5 l 1. 3 r '1 F rl JI 4 John A. Poie Professor of Che-mistryfChairmanj M Sister Alphonse Mury 0 P R AN W ' f ' ichurd D. Mc Cormick ssf- Professor OfC'1'fm1SffY Assoc. Professor of Chemistry 'SEEK 1 ...- AN- Sister M. Mark, 0.P. Professor of Chemistry 30 DEVELQ PM ENT t Nil OFFICE Mr. Eugene J. Kennedy Director of Development t' . . . s. Q M Mr. Peter M. We-ge Consultant ..-4""""""' N.. ,..-.,,... -A-'04-,,...v-7 45- M , Q , Mrs. Frances Sherwood Miss Josephine Kirby Secretary to Consultant Sister Irene Therese, O.P. Secretary to Director Mrs. Marcia Clapp Public Relations Director Miss Marilyn Martin Faculty Not Pictured Rev. Hugh Michael Beahan Lecturer in Speech Robert J. Pumford Asst. Professor of Mathematics Sister M. Casimer, O.P. Lecturer in Art Joan L. Crandall Assistant in English Sister Thomas Kyran, O.P. Instructor in English Sister M. Evangelism, O.P. Lecturer in Voice CNot picturedj Miss Carol Lipscomb 1 5 . Delight of mind does not clog the use of reasong on the contrary we are more intent on what we more enjoy. Summa Theologica 51351 10: E 9' l if XXIIIIIIW Q, I ..., . -P . ,QU qw ,-!'- . I: ' .U II 'N' 11171 1 Tj Q". I !-lx 'df' Q 1 - K wt tZ,.,' . ip., I X 1, f - f--1 ' , 't' ,' R X f r 1 1 f X K xx x fr A ,, - , 2 A rv I ' '58 . 'X y .3 K : 1 1 v if 111' Z n Q:-' In X --fp ' ' ' 2 NON Q . 2 L: ' 1 ji Q - -2" ' 'er 3 E Atv' 3 ' 'I " Q E it it-A-nn Qgwvwmfl Nmkgaiw-g'si E -1 f imggurtml- 43,--M 5 ,f S 4 , ,V 3 M - 4 1" . A ' -xx' R lgiyifflvig l i ' S -J Sf: S44-E2 r EQ 1152: - 5'5 f:? azfi-'1sSi3E.,a, Q Each club has its representative at the Senate meetings to insure participation in activities programs. STUDENT SENATE President Joseph Burns 34 Secretary Treasurer Maureen Rice Gerald Burns Frank Spica's Finance Committee meets before each Senate meeting to determine monetary points of concem. Members are Ken Wozniak, Mary Py- man, Stuart Splan, Gerry Burns, Christine Naw- rocki, and Bruce Boland. 'Q' The Big Five of the Student Affairs Committee, led by Gene Smary, are Jim Doyle, awski. Tom Veryser, Bob Bolger, and Dan Rad The Programming Committee led by Senior Cheri Mann, discusses future college lectures. Shown are Jim Weatherhead John Wozniak Jerry Hunsburger, Paula Kralovec, Noreen Byington. Missing are members Ken Neyer and Mary jo Gibson. VVEGE COLLEGE CENTER '.e.,.M .. L, ...... X Wege Center was opened for full use during Homecoming Weekend in February. It includes a Book Store, equipped to sell most anything, a Snack Bar, the formal lounge, college dining room, private dining rooms, meeting rooms, the ballroom-auditorium, as well as private offices for student activities and the game room. What did we do without it? at is - .F 4 3 953 l, .,.,,, ncswu.: an 'if"J V 25, 'ft 53 I K 1 s 4 ,, A.. F L ' -2. ..,, ,W . W f"F,5'4:f . , Lfl..?4.'f' . .5 1' ala, ' 1 -I H.. DORIVI LIFE 38 -fl "" N .h .i xxx f"AV ,U N' X -' Q Newly elected officers of the Men's Dorm Council Dave Connell, jim McCormick, Ken Ayotte, and Steve Bird join the Women's Residence Council Penny Gor- bach, Barb Workman, Mary Sheridan, and Judy Konrek to complete the ranks of re- presentatives of resident students. 1-X. .QNX ,Q-',,4.r.'f,g. -5 Frank Kolenda earned his picture on the Thomist page. He is a member of the National Press Photographers Association and is also photog- rapher for the Aquinas Herald. Not shown are assistant photographers, Paul Douglas and Chris Longcore. Staff Editors Rosemary Carrico, Underclassmen, and Bill Schmiedicke, Sports, help one another meet their deadlines. W 9, l' E H s. '-w ,..i M' X- Y Q . 1? ,f.f' Jim Prawdzik, Business Manager, shows just how versatile he is! He's great with that glue jar. Judy Stimac, Organizations Editor, works hard and long to make her section accurate and as up-to-date as possible. Not pictured here is Judy Longcore, Faculty Editor. The final meeting found welcomed volunteers Carolyn Lajiness and Bob LeVasseur pitching in with the staff in heading off the April deadline. Artist Marilyn Martin touches up a lay- out as Marcia Clapp gives advice. Both Marilyn and Marcia are always on hand to give suggestions and help when needed. Tl-IOIVI IST STAFF john Wozniak and Jim Ahnemiller are the working two- some, always glad to finish their section, Activities. Not pictured with the staff is co-worker Anne Frost, editor of Seniors division. Moderator Elizabeth Jennings and Editor Mary Pyman spend many hours putting the finishing touches on submitted layouts. - is . lair-wwtris-1 Ro law x 'Af' 3 E 3 1 V A , QP rf' -1 il ' ,l r , . .-11, Q ' Q we ,. tl. .I .-1 :fp -4 sh X Agsttw . K X , get 1 X Q. f. I S is 'V' some rf A 1 E v u . I , 1- Q.. 4 X , ,"", X W M " 'Ii " f.. " ' f ' ' "' ' rs s- sq.:- 'Q '- ' r i Judy Konrek, editor-in-chief, consults with her moderator Sister Maris Stella, O,P., on an immediate deadline. 55,1315 5 iff, sg. Q, ,A .-ve: 3 tv, Nh RS Staff support comes from Paul Mc Carthy, Sherri Coe, Maureen Rice, and Terry Green, all smiling - even before a deadline. All I V - . 7 ,, rx A 5 1 Y ' "f f fre' W H- 'V 'w7'v"' gzf rrrafli 2 A ,ii M rr I V ly ll l. I 111 N NW, I 42 Proo freading is quite Feinauer can well say. Aquinas Herald 5 H L Published Monthly by- .-'.Cy lug the Students of 1 x-' Xb .. XA . AQUINAS COLLEGE dj Grand Rapids, Mich. H 0 A 51.50 ayear Editor-in-Chief Judy Konrek News Editor Sheila Kavanagh Feature Editor Sandy Herman Sports Editor Ron Kramer Business Manager jerry Hunsburger Circulation Manager Anne Marie Laporte Photographer Frank Kolenda Artist Janice Guerriero Staff jackie Christensen, Charla Em- ery, Barb Holzer, Paul McCar- thy, Cheryl Nahs, CathyO'Brien, Maureen Rice, Kathy Stamm, Peggy Varani Copy Readers Carol Feinauer Mary Sheridan, Sue Farrell Typist Shirley Gedris Moderator Sister Maris Stella, O.P. a job as Mary Sheridan and Carol -.lm Sheila Kavanagh, Ron Kramer, and Sandy Herman, sub-editors, put their heads together to produce an edition. Gerry Hunsburger and Anne Marie Laporte keep the books balanced. Staff artist jan Guerriero has only snatches of time for reading. p N L 1 V Dr. Remington, s m i 1 i n g moderator, is lone man on this executive board. I wi l f Q :A I l l Editors Cheri Mann and Judy Fudold breathe a sigh of relief as another edition is finished. E l VVEE KIN l ll N Kathy Hoover plus typewriter means lg, final draft of the newspaper. 4- P l rl 4 ll Fl 'l l r l r l 4 1 6, l 1 "Copywriters are important too !" attest Eileen Stickney and Anne Locke, silently upheld by Claud Inch and Tom Wojdygo. Staff artist Ed Manning adds his creative aid, in addition. ORBIT if ,,?T: . ' ' 9 51 i ab yi 055 , 1' X li I 5,-5 wfi "" S 'I . I, J ,., 5 .- TF-4 A -n. pl -gn A iiill yy - I ' 9 ' X Hr 1 l 6: f41 i i - ' Qff fw rle-2 1-: 1 Orbit Staff consists of Dennis Adomaitis, Camille Cupisz, Thomas Var1Stee, john Ficht, Editor Carol Lipscomb, moderator Sister Mary Bride, O.P., and Dennis Zahm. CNot shown Patricia O'lVIilianD. Together they produce the college literary magazine which offers opportunity to students to put into print their best achievements. was 1 .- i-:y-"Ai--I :EP N FRENCH CLUB T.!l 4, Iillll 'al' 6 .4f, J Em! 1 Hr-1 11,2 1111: f 11 L1 I! Il 'li f :fl 7,5 ,AI 1 --u 'S dl no Nr , , 413' V-E 'YEL 5 'Le Borxhommeu again greeted the travelling French Club on their arrival in Quebec during semester break. .5 r 49" x J.. . :fl i Yis- alia. XIX X x WN wig v S lv-Qf V V 5 f w ' A. - 'L 315314 "W-wr .fy Y '. :il Q, . .,.. ., . N12 ,laws ft President Bonnie Mattingly and moderator Mr. Wiggins meet with Barb Kantorowski and Bill Schmiedicke to show the well-equipped language lab. Old Heidelberg was even bigger and better at this Fall's GALA - if that can be ! lg GERMAN CLUB +2 , it H ri aa as fri Q., J Q W ANS: Big blast canoe trips are often projects of the W wt: club planners. This one was no exception. JLWQWSQ5 , fi, -5 Wiper .15 s i ' flffzeislo ,-1. ' V I ' Q -T ..t. 48 C 61+ 4 A, uf, 9 3 1 Moderator Mr. Soler finds time to meet with officers Tom Saenz, Mary Ann Anderson, Sharon Clemen, Barbara Bosch, and Pat Vincent. President Saenz was an active promoter of this year's money-making project - the Fiesta, which poured forth Spanish flavor. SPANISH CLUB 9.4 955' ,. ., ......,.....--- 52 A i f z . QL' 'Y'Y ' V' .Q . 1 I ,ff , Y ff ui 163 ' mi . I NTEFQNATICDNAL RELATICDNS CLUB International Relations Club officers stop for a moment: jim Flickinger, Don Duczkowski, Linda Alec and Ron Loeffler. PEOPLE-TO PECJPLE This year Aquinas sports an increasing num- ber of participants in the national People to People program, designed to foster know- ledge and appreciation of different cultures. Headed by senior Eleanor Schick, the group includes joe Burns, Dan Lee, Ken Neyer, Ron Bostwick, Anne Frost, Judy Fudold, and Mary Ann Leik, Ken and Eleanor, the old pros on Europe, give much advice to the prospective continental travellers. The Club's big project - sponsoring the Kingtones Dance in February - was a big success, proceeds going toward an Easter trip to Washington, D. C. Q an E5 WDA HIP ll: vi Y 3 Fic lvl ,ls all if-ai 'E ELEQM In W , ,, ' ,A I '!f'T, . J? X "'f ., W - 1115 elle sl ' ' 'I fi , " "" , if Ma li 5 51 -1 1 w l tyigfx 41 is A A-- at F' if X- h ' M I Xu U .I ':l?g5AA --," "N' 1 '21 JL -I 1 Last summer's partic-f l ipants in Operation App- l alachia, Maureen Rice, l Angela Lee, Maurice Farhat, Judy Konrek, Peter Daunt, and Penny Gorbach are bid farewell by sponsor Sister james, . O. P. l? l 5 ! x d A fb-A The Aquinas Volunteers is a newly- formed group, combining efforts for the benefit of YCS, OPLA, and Operation Appalachia. They are governed by a board consisting of Kathy Bleyaert, Rosemary Gustina, Chuck Petronek, Mau- reen Rice, Angela Lee, Sandra Herman, Bernadette Bekken, and joan Attermeyer. OPERATION ...H- APPALACI-I IA Ly! Nf"' N X A A Ready to bid "adios" to Aquinas for a summer among the people of Guatemala are volunteers: Dennis Adomaitis,Mike Flaherty, Greg Gregwer, Bill T. Murphy, Sue Hansknecht, Julie Otterbein, Bernadette Arends, Bernie Bek- ken, Kathy Bleyaert, and Joanne Chorny. Monsignor Bukowski and Father Suarez join the group for a picture before departure. Not present are Mary Ellen Miles and Pat Dauksza. OI-DLA N Cl Volunteer duties are many and varied from building to ironing to teaching the children. Each job endears Guatemala to Aquinas students. Moderator Father Lozier pauses with Tom Very- ser, janet Attemeyer, and Ray Bogush, chairmen of three of the five cells, active units of YCS. Acclaimed by students and faculty alike as one of the most beneficial projects sponsored on campus was the YCS' Film Festival. Father Beahan opened the series in February by lecturing on the artistic aspects of Bergman's The Virgin Spring. Other foreign films presented were Through a Glass Darkly, Wild Strawberries, La Dolce Vita, and The Parable. E ' "' ,,gg:a'aSSiW"" V .V V v X X If IFF' A l 'hu ,.,.,-. 5 L 4 .-'1 janet Attermeyer, general secretary, and Charles Schaffer, general president, preside over meetings at which all five cells exchange ideas. Officers: Mike Beasy, jerry Hunsburger, Mike Benjamin, and Jim Badaluco conduct a meeting in the absence of moderators Mr. Bennett and Mr. Casey to set plans for their dance-Cupid's Casual. BUSINESS CLUB Y M 1 rs . rg -.4.,,..r Q 1-af 3 D EBATE Debaters Ken Wozniak, Stella Mudd, and Dennis Lieber led the club to a 16-4 record, aided by Tom Kotulak and Lois McDonald. BIOLOGY CLUB President john Haslem, Vice-president Tom Yared, Secretary Pat Scruby, Treasurer Chris jesky, and Pre-medical chairman Dan Radawski include moderators Miss Crowley and Dr. Bouwman in their scientific PIGUS- "A V i .I J I' k ,f-'i wx i',lg' 'if:5 U ' ' Q. ' I . . - xi ' nf? If 5951 I . 'tri fx rf 4 . 4 ' Wi, A X 1 ' T iii! Pi Experimental research using the scientific method as well as heeding advice of guest lec- turer neurologists are each vital parts of a sci- ence major's curriculum. 56 ,V ff l Qi' , f' President of the Music Club Bill Schultz and moderator Sister Nl. Annette, OP., discuss musical musings with Connie Kiel and Barb Sabourin. IVIUSIC CLUB Fred Wilcome and Pat Steve have learned their piano-playing art well, as Mr. Hop- kins can See. Solo instrumentalists contribute their talent to the club's activities. N., l . I 1' f X .3 E' Psychology Club moderator Mr. by A jacokes and officers, jerry Van ' If Leeuwen and jim Doyle, discuss - ' . 5 plans for better equipping their Q ' members to function in their im- .. 'W . . portant roles in modern society. v PSYC!-ICDLOGY CLUB President jim Doyle organizes club members for active duty in fi the community. Their current project: aiding retarded children at Lincoln Foundation School. lf, i I Social Science Forum officers Tom Sciamanna, Nancy Caldwell, Mary Ellen Lezon, Sue Polzin, Maureen Harley, Dennis Dubay, and Clem Simon meet with Sister M. Brendan, O.P., moderator, in conjunction with a spring panel presentation. SCDCIAL SCIENCE FORUM YOUNG DEIVIOCRATS Finding Young Democrats in an off-election year is easier than finding Young Republicans, as can be seen. Dem members are Dennis Dubay, Tim Konieczny, Dennis Rupple, Nancy Caldwell, jean Belasak, and Mary Spreitzer. Phi Alpha Theta, history honor society, admitted new members jim Prawdzik, Bob Windver, Bob Penning, Sister Anne, O. P., Z Z Lydens, Penny Gorbach, and Bill Zoller at its February initiation banquet. Sister Aline congratulates Lorr- aine Denby,Kathryn Weiss, Carol Feinaeur, Tom Gietzen, Stan For- tuna, and Mary C. Fallon on their 4.0 scholastic averages. Not shown are Margaret janetzke and Dorothy DeLong. V .XX KI' Maureen Rice was recipient of the St. Catherine's Medal, awarded each year to a junior girl for outstanding scholarship and leadership. Mrs. Evelyn Bartosiewicz, president of Grand Rapids chapter of Kappa Gamma Pi, congratulates Maureen at the Honors' Banquet. Sister Bride and officers Cheryl Nahs and Marilou Lascari lead bi-monthly discussions of cur- rently discussed literature. LAMBDA ICDTA TAU 445 ff' T'Jl. '- Interested students join active members in bringa ing themselves up-to-date in the field of litera- ture. AIT X, A-W, W"-v-. ,V em www 'N I CRS V Wonder is a kind of desire in knowing. It is the cause of delight because it carries the hope of discovery. Summa Theologica . ,fr 31 XXXXXXWX XXX Aix XXXXXXXXXXXXX ,, gg? ., mm RXXXXX fx wi' F11 135, it . ' Q Q S' Q " 81 1-f,'ff"' ,4 ,I-, mf ,,. L.. f zz. Self., .r ' NNN sas SN is Q llllll TQSX gi 'pg' N Q sa 1 ! 'Ps N 1 Ll ,S il 'l r Sl All is gl! N! iz!! in Truth is a divine thing, a friend more excellent than any human friend. Commentary, I Ethics il 4,12 zf- 'A L, ew, Q.:- Jw 3 . , 'QA-43,-:Q f - '?G.25b:i : , ,, V.:. . , X. 'N-2, 3,:,- 2 1 - , fb 'NC r3".'-'P ' - mf, - ,- x , .f . 25:35 3 gg:,,::5.,,r,.-:Q-.1 - ,-:eil saw: ,, 1 . ,Q :mTi'rs:A':Rf' -' ' Daniel Philip Radawski President john Robert Otterbacher Vice-president CLASS CDFFICERS Anne Louise Locke Secretary Frank Richard Spica Treasurer i 1 lf J f I l ' v . l lx ill L U james Lewis Ahnemiller l ' 1 . l l V lv L 1 l 66 Brenda jane Bennett Christel Bielefeld Virgil Gerald Baker A wie Carol Ellen Botwinski Joseph Louis Burns Sharon Catherine Clemen Helen Nancy Cleland ya Sharon Noel Coe Yvonne Anne Daniels james Allen Doyle Dale Thomas Dummer Judith Ann Fudold Maurice Said Farhat Mary jane Gazella Thomas Henry Gietzen Dennis George Gorski Michael james Gleason Daniel Benjamin Gryzen Penelope Jane Gorbach Grace Frances Hanses YT' Michael George Hauser Kathy Anne Hoover john Francis Haslem Walter Joseph Hoppe Christine Darlene jesky U Maria Elizabeth Kreslins john A. Keegstra 6 ' Joseph Walter Ksiazkiewicz Marshall Byron Kindy III Nina Marie Lamancusa John Daniel Lee John Falk Lehmkuhl Thom as Robert Lewis , S Judith Kathleen Lon gcore Patricia Anne Lowell Marilyn Louise Martin Sharon joan Madges 5, Barbara Ann Mazu rkiewicz Cheri Lee Mann Bernadette Ann Nllynarchek 74 U M Robert Henry Moss Frederick William Mulbrecht, jr Michael joseph Nlazurek Robert Anthony Muraski Christine Frances Nawrocki Patricia jane Omilian Stephen john Nordloh joseph Paul O'Toole on Louis O'Berry an Charles Frank Petranek Lawrence Earl Pelcher Robert Henry Penning GHQ, pd! Leslie Nathaniel Prangley III James Felix Prawdzik Therese Marie Ronan Eleanor Josephine Schick Robert Paul Schaner, J Q . A 6 Patricia Arm Scruby ack Andrew Schatner I Rita Stephenson Patricia Ann Steve Q Gail Elizabeth Stratton lpn Mary Eileen Stickney ,fvg I Richard Paul Streng if Judith Ann Trudeau Sally Jean Trudel Thomas Edgar Vanden Berg ali Karen jo-Ann Van Loo Marie Anne Vander Weele Therese Marie Van Rooy 'R Diane Marie Velligan Catherine Ann Yared ,,,.g-a , Frederick jon Wilcome ,a'4'l l john Anthony Wozniak Donalda Barbara Doepker Marianne Alberta Zarimba William Robert Zoller Not Pictured Richard Les Buttrick Gordon Eugene Carlson Sheila Ann Farrell Germaine Mary Maurer Margaret Ann Prawdzik N yr Sl A. 1 pf W?"l,U 4 . ' 'Pg xx 'W' gag. X ' S A Q 4,f9fQ8v.Q v qty- A ,W IRCLASSIVIEN M God's spirit is said to move over the waters as an artist's will moves over the material to be shaped by his art. Summa Theologica 83 i ff , I ' -eff' -kj' C -.wx Ag .s- g AIS' -N x' ,f f R J' Riff f,' f A v If 1 : , Ei S. FRESHIVIEN -,M sf- or gffj 'FE Treasurer President Vice-President SeC1'eff3fY David Braunschneider Thomas Kotulak Craig Convisgor Lorraine Denby Representative Representative Representative Representative Stan Fortuna Kathy Taylor Pam Koester Sam Licata 1 Mixxa if. 'xxx 4- 'Q K 'I 'Z is .av ' , xg? . , K' ' N Q- Q! 3 ll Mark Abraham Mary Andersen fr-V . Kenneth Ayotte Helen Agen Linda Alec Alame Almon - rm . .. xx ,Q X1 " r 5' -S s Marie Alpers wg .3l?t,h'..t Q' 5 1 , ,Ai , Mary Anderson joseph Amonuccx Nancy Arends Donald Atkins JE? V' 'S 3 'f , A X, ' , M X .. h.. J gd x X .N , JET' 1 . 1 I xii- .-, Th0m'3S BHFUGS j ay Barnhart Mary Barre!! J ohn B arwac z Karen Ampulski J". . gl fra joan Attermeyer l Claire Bauley 5 . Iv' Q, vw ' '- Catherine Beahan Frank Beardslee Christine Beduhn 0'-s V' ,. .. X Q '1 . Z 5 ' Z' X , . I ..,.. . r I Gregory Benson Michael Bergin Stephen Bird ,, G 195 . X . N-- I ' e 4 V is T 'is' .. Q A . jx Thomas Boland Marie Boric Rosemary Bowler EBI . 61 ' fr ,g-, A, Q 17 .X . vw... Dennis Belland Charles Bennett X .I ,, Linda Bogaski Bruce Boland Mary Bozung Naeda Brasic David Braunschneider 01 4 51" '-'uni' G errard Brom ki we-x 5-16" V... Alan Budnick 19. ,,. we HF, x - .I ohn Brnnks -sr Q v 4 : :bf if Robert Bush N.. nv-A" " K x 3 ' 3 K M ary B rnok S 'GPX qv-f-v Darbara Bustamante N ancy Bro vm rf' Colleen C alverl f'N 'Q--w s"" 1 will Z. Colleen Carroll are 1 V .., wel Lewis Cllngman ga Q' 4---... if ' 5 Craig Convissor ' -5 , K 'S Michelle Day 'F . fy 4:8 - 2 N Sr' 'E' Z I Robert Buckley RinAln'lBu15kI9Y I '- . 5' sc ' 45" A , Y" 3 U 544 Q ,f E t, xx V. Mary Carmichael Edward Carlson 4- A 'L M Ylf, 1 22- r Michael Che-rretle Sylvia Cinder el ' x 'A -T" , fr-o ' v 5 Patricia Cnmmenalnr Christine Connell .T 1 wr: 1 Q-uf .pb f' me P 1 A Dennis Cooper Michael Crawford I X john Deakin Mary Dean X Y Mary De Boer Dorothy De Long 4 V?,a,,Q , as N N ' sk .az , 0 A Ann De Pauw Daniel DePuyd! err - I Hrx Y. V NX Michael Dunipace Robert Egan 1 f"x"- .- M 1 F I ' A wr D M ,.. ., . , , 1 Douglas Engebretsen Carole Engel 4- ? D Fredrick Farrer Kathleen Fein 'x Susan Fierlik ..- M I w . 4 2' f Margaret De Luca -s , -R' ' dv- qc...- David Downer -iyx 53-H X 1 ,.., 'E' - .X ' an Linda Ehlers 'E K J ane Erhard I Richard Fe in X .X Stephen Fiorenzo Brian Flanagan Linda De Lucenay Lorraine Denby Robert D'O"32i0 fa 2' A ., 3 l A xv 'NE' - X U Rosemary Drabe-k Sheila Durldy Barbara Duemle-r l 89 A 4 G are 'ze , 'KI' Melvin Gerard, jr. 7-X 1 I.- Susan Flannery '- X '- i .' K john Fogarasi Stanley Fortuna .5 935 an Christopher Fox 1 . I H. x ins' G F fisil- ' 1. r H F FF' R . A james Fritz Ellen Galleher x 4 -X' 2, pf- 1 Q-" tX...f' t t Edward Gless james Glowski Roberta Garthe Mary' G3ViEE-U fu 'N 'ez' G 1. - Katherine Golden Diane Golembiewski Patricia Golembiewski MafY GOUEQUU TEYFEDCQ Graf E' px . ' fx ,ft I 5 Y Q W . . I K if . . QM Roxann Grantner Kathleen Griffin Terence Green Mary Greiner .nn-" GA WFS 1 4 S john Groomes Thomas Griffin Ann Gels ,-if A t,r6'fx B arbara Grafford 1: : ' 1 x 1' fi A Howard Gross Michael Guibord bib -, ' r l I lr Cora Hall Edward Hammerberg, jr L 2 1. - S i . '2..."f.. f 'K -2 Xi l Dennis Hillary Raymond Hinck ,. ,Q YN ' K'i'.""' - l Sheila Guise Barbara Gunow -vga X " YQ H ' N ., Lawrence Hartnett Terressa Hatchet! 59' ,-' Heinz Herzog 01' H- yw' , l J' Claudia Hincker Laurel Hoetger . 4' Bd, t. E' ' 'ET' Michael Holbrook S' Phyllis Ho sier .hh U x, Q., Thomas Heller 'si ,A ,ur -'if' uk' H Ky l Mary H955 Joseph Hesse 3 9 rf' ' ' Richard Hoffman Russell Hogan A Yvonne Holzgen Stephen Hoogterp AO, -qv--' Kathleen Howard Mary Hughes 'ES Y Patricia Hughes XA 1, gr- 3 1'2" +L Scott j amiesnn ju. t 16 "' ,, E J X 'Q 'N - A. 3, XM f I Frank HUHUPS Fred Iacovoni xx -, 'X X1 Linda -I anownak Robert joslm .. ' fi QQ W J,.. it lu' 9 Susan j acewicz Kathleen jun X x..tV Janice Karl 352 'XMI . M arcx a K empf '52 ,- wg -nz,-:v 5 A Robert Kienbaum t Q- -5 Joann Iaguinta Q? d MI.. , Rum, V , Andrew Kaiser yer Lynn Kasza 4' f-N-"fi Susan Kettle Q Q - Robert Kierepka was: my 'RTI , ., 7 If ,. ,f - Paul J agels 1 vw C' 41 K 5 Ill X ilu. QA 1 Richard Karas f QP' ..x,- X. ., Lynne Kelly Ralph Kibiloski . tg!!! x. , C atherine Kokai sl 5 N Nfl' l Tv- 11' Q 4 Thomas Kotulak RiChB1'd K0W919Sky Robert Kozal 1 3 -4 Thom as Kudel 3 Af-. Margaret L aundra s Ai Salvatore Lxcata Linda Lintz J earme Lound Nancy Lynch C5 Carol La Barge Afv. jsp--' ,I amz-S Leathley ,A C x Q Davxd Lxnk ,xy Cuts Ev joann Loppxcclo .4 , , 5 W ,. . V V W, Y, W., , M Y .f Y, X - .I Carolyn Lajiness Sf'- Genrge- L5-Q ii' ri Mary Lmck I i Carolyn Lorenve . I Mary I-Uddefl Grazma Lukasevxcxus r ,, .Q ff ,, " ' L Q 2 3 x . Roberx Lyon john Mc CUYTTHCR joseph Lange Dorothy Lasc an S N . " ' ' if fi' Q Dgnnlg, Lmbgr M1 Xhael Lennon M argaret I. :aske- Patncia Leonard game, ig- . fi -xr' J x"' Kevin Mc Nlacken ,tv 5, 0- 'Fur ' Ass- it 1 I sr ' an f 'iv--its 3' ., R, lx. , -it X X I-UiS MHUYFJUB Robert Master pi' vii- 'Q' . gnu- fl -.Y . 35' . ,.. 4'- lf je-anne Mazxque Carol Michaud fi Y. . .. H' 'NT na t he - f 1 rf' fir' J Y. Mary Miller Edward Mitchell ,Q , - IK 'Nb YT? Y. Jn . . rf" W Swag Q A r x Patrick Mnorman Barbara Morin 94 PF- rt. yr'-A R' r ,. x Shexla Mc Dermot! me-as 1 A N .?""' X ,,.... vi NF-Y M ' Larry Mc Mellen gf 'W M X gi I X. t . Margaret Maurer if Mich alene Mxkrut -gal' Elena Morfxn N ,t,A fx ,H Eric Murray '1- XZA UZ? , sv lv ,X An D-aniel Mc L aren Thomas Mc Gillen Patricia Mc Gourty .lf - 5 , .2 . . 3 T ' -1- . .- . P 3 . Q e Susan Manquen james Malloy Edward Manning .Ll is 'N W 'xx N -.5 ll Q9 QM- N ilfilmllfh , ,. 5 , :1a' , j asiu Milanowski Kathryn Militello Leslie Miller I I x ' i 5. I 'V A ir- 'E-T' Maryanne Nagle john Napieralski Pagrjgk Nexvcnrnbe 'E Margaret Norton Margaret Norkus Maureen O'Brien 1 ,Vi . A , 51?-m X .si .. , K X w r X Q John Qsbom james Owsinski Claudia Palarski Patrxcxa Nxcholas KN X f 1 . U Mary Okar S- "xr Mary Olson Margaret P alm er , -R Q' ke Ronald Pelka jo Ann Pirozzo Suzanne Olsen Q , ,XA Thomas Orlxk .F iff' janetParis1an P atri cia P erry for fs , xg Richard Poterack 55 -1 f I 41 Donald O'Rourke, ,vs ,. ,l ,Lg Z-,F Wanda Pawlowski oxj .vrr , j erry P eterson V i .,- X julie Potter , -gg A 5 Sa . , ire 1 Christine Powell Mary Prez kop L6 4. w Vw' X 1 Anne Rademaker Richard Raseman .re M o f he . .' I. X' X 5:2 ' -Q' , A 1 Dennis Prusinski Roger Przybysz ,Q :Qu-" K. Susan Ray,-,es Patricia Rehmann 96 K aren Rem ,-'K A rw xxx .,.. Norm an R ominski .Mb V 4 J Fred Rowe, III , 5 r N, I P aul Rutowski ' R W, 9 J ames Quinn Ann Reilly Stephanie R eynolds me - 2 5. I Robert Ronan v . I, I J' Michael Rabaut CID X, Kathleen Reinke I Q 'C ,gi , I N I Dennis Rieder r BV A fi Patricia Roseberry Mary Ruddy Denise Ruskowski Sr' . .1 .X V gs X K . x I . P aul Rybarsyk j acob Ryskamp 5? gr B arb ara Sabourin '63 X J ohn Schmid I Richard Semack g .-A A Richard Sloma 1? il K5 Kr N V ' Kathleen Snell 1 Mary Spreitzer A 'H in 'J'-L: N ancy Sadowski fx Q A 1' Claudia Schoemer Ni: s Anne Sheridan Alice Smark s Robert Soltysi ak ,fs Mary Stamm Ke ...X fri, it 2 Q - V x 'x ' "AI " ' . Xl. W- ,e ss' 9 U 3 X . ' . x wr- t' fare ' M' it . ,i . sr 8 'SS 5 D Vs.-5' .b K , Q Y- ., ' I .Lia- jeanne Sauter Mary Schick Thomas Schlachter Sandra Schlueter D E I 1 Q ' -4' 76. 99 -H ' fa. -., pn' ,A X tt' x Pamela Schoen Paul Schwind 10315 Sebulske Mary S'3ff0n 1, Francis Shipp I' . Thomas Smith ig. 30" if QQ' s 1 ' Stuart Splan ., , , M, s . . r i Y '75 -- Ellen Steed rl, if Andrea Tesseine Eleanor Thrall Sharyn Tumer -S' ' 'kr' X y W i KI ohn U sk erl .ff ' Q3-f X ' 3: 3 ar'- Linda Stratton :EZ ., , ,L A a Louis Thomas 9052. . ard Thomas Tithof 'K " af- gk"'N J! Larry Steinbom Rosemary Stellino Mary Stevenson Thomas Stewart F ., . Judy Sullivan Mary Sweef-Wk Richard Syrek Kathleen Taylor xl QS? , john Thomasma ETX ., -vw - 'Q ' 5' 9 -' 'Q .' - v c , i I sr' X av- Y' is , f-A Q Dale Trollman David Trzybinski Edward Tuma james Tumer t 'vvr 'Q .A i Wa ,fi A I Ford Turrel1.Jf' Gerald Urban QW: -w. yuh.: , , y i 'J 5 ' W '- ' F-,Xi , N 1 Ca,-01 Une, Terrence VanderClay A s X ,. KN . - 'fi' W -' iv- f - 1 ff- Elizabeth VanRaalte David Van Rooy Linda Vasquez is V ' at . 8, N E wt. ' J! wg.-' 1 xg' , I ' .W f 55: , - yas- Q, R.. 5 A an Mary Vogenthaler Gary Wagers Robert Wagner Pfxi Q X E 21 John Ward Lynne Watzig Margaret Wayman K' P atricia Vincent 1 s 5 Ek A Sheila Wagstaff Tim0fhY Walker N i S7 1 ' 'X-.f U . L . X Es' f Jeanne Wallace Thomas Walsh Laura Walton - V 2' 4 IV' X an 3' , """ 5' vu ,VI ., Q. Barbara Wheeler Brian Williams Kathryn Williams may my we Jack Witt Barbara Wojciakowski Roberta Worth ' QW' I V. 2 .,,, f 'Z-""' X77 A Sharon Wrocklage David Zabinski Dennis Zahm .fx , Fu- - M .1 'Fu x ,V rv- ' 4.11. I I I f P Richard Zajac Dennis Zavesky Edward Zawacki Rosemary Zayko Marva Zemlyak Christopher Zoppa emi? 2 '7 1. SCP!-ICDIVIORES l 5 l sz, Treasurer President Vice - President Secretary James Schaffer Matthew Burns Joyce Hengesbach Kathy Fallon Representative Representative Dan Gerrity james McCormick QL' ij A5 vf .,: ' ' James Ahern Linda Alameda 1 sr . 1 1 l A janet Attermeyer james Badaluco 6+ l vw- Q 5' 4. 1 -' x . 5 N .-'ff Kathleen Bleyaert Leslie Bowen as 7?-K l pnvx f 'F Angeline Amman Jean Anderson ,e ei -1- Xx- ,Iohn Baglacii . 1 f ". x ,. fs ', ' Mary Bowler V s 49" A Mary Bianchi .5"' dn X Matthew Bums V' William Andersen judith Amold ti? x :rx A-"N 41 i Anne Biasell David Blashkiw fr. james Burzynsl-ci Ronald Butkiewicz ffl V, V- , Ar L 1 , ' ' . 1 ,5 .v',rQ' ' Y, gijrF1'f11C1':1r3.f In Eg. ,, ' ,-e 1Q1!',"5.,u -- f.y1'f..,fQ 4-Y' L,-.wifi-,xr vm: L .Zu . 1 .- w V Q: .5 lf M5 'Ein J. i,'1w.,1', . I4 3'IZ,'.1L lltifa , ' K -"f,'.gHf2f ' Q' ' f ,J . :,.- 1'-'I 1.1- ,f V lfxf ' 1' 3 f 1 'xl , , . l, A al i .,',:fs14 E jim-f,, , I ,ff'.I,,-J' L-A V EN." ' 1" I ! " . fa 1 . I. Y ' , X . ,.. v J C v 1 . l w Noreen Byington james Byme Patricia Byme K A -H-' , A A sr 'I A 1, KL- E N ' - -- , ' N-v' fukin 4.4 A jacklyn Christensen Gerald Clark Richard Cowdrey ,e' ...Q Patricia Dauksza Coy Davis, -Ir, Patricia Day X V 93- 1 " 5 wa Nancy Caldwell 5-S 7,41 ,Ji U Susan Crabb 5' L of X ya .1 X Kathleen Dolan ,M K, -, ,B Fr, -'Q X C. Rosemary Carrico I ,I Hi - 'L pf X I .Q I. Camille Cupisz af? , 3' N 'gf' Mary Doman fi Sandra Cavallari l A vw- 5 Y john Cybulskis Y' w X 3 gf Brian Dorrien V, v N ,1 ' if fe a W2 i- ' h E 'N yr gli' N , . wx lj I' George Duba Dennis Dubay Cheryl Edwards ir u- wi "fu 3 ff. G -fr gf - U 3 Q I ' . 3 .,- -.ff N 'lf -5- -:Sr -1, " f 11? Q V MW ' AR 5 Suzanne Fan-Q11 Richard Farrer james Flickinger W U W V f wk WR I -A., V- " in.. g it i 1 1 I 104 4 15 -i Michele Erdelyi in x 2-Y' Joane Ford Carol Gasser "I" gn sf' X4-:rv wq Susan Gesko Stephana Gonzalez IB" Rosemary Gustina X , Q - 5 , : J j ohn Erins X T' xr.:- J ohn Forster I 'gf-55 . Kwsfxi "CSV vw -D - Daniel Gerrity -., - N. ko x SE' Susan Girodat C atherine Graham H val ..,, Terrance Haas Mary Fallon 5' . f' QQ'-'.'l"' - AQ Thomas Garikes 'Q X i Sandra Gesko 5, 3 S fi I A 1 Robert Golden R, J anice Guerriero Susan Hansknecht xv' xg? We Anne Hardy Q' I , 'R ak V-' Claude Inch K ii JP- I li! ,,,x M RQ' f ' XZ ,-1 XX Barbara Kmtorowski 'SA - S Gilbert K eller R rv Timothy Konieczny 1 Maureen Harley C atherine J aminet 1, -cf, ,D Eugene K asper ,an , we K' ' 1 Susan Kelly Nw Martin Korson Joyce Hengesbach Fi 757. ffq-X 2 . Wh ,T 1 , f John jeakle, jr. " sf A .r s , 7' fi Q N. X R ff Sheila Kavanagh M:4'3t"f1. , , v- i gn, , A Thomas Kiel 1 E Ax 5 Kwai Matthew Koukios 3 5 ' A if vi ' L Robe,-tKOwO1ski Judith Kralovec Ronald Kramer Gf. -if Francis Heyniger Allan I-loriszny Rose Homick Q N-f 5 E E., I 1 Y. t 5 K X X.. Susan Jurmanovich Robert Kalinka Valda Kalnins l r ra QW naw. A Y j ames Mc Cormick is if 1 J ohn Mackaben P- N e 'Y' ,-fn 50 Ja ---: f ' A m . . , . V ' La' Barbara Mientek ur' ,,.,-- , 2. , ,. Stella Mudd Mary Lezon Q ,x X 'Q' war , A J ames Mc Donald .. -at ,xx an, ,levi It Cynthia Malec mf ' if A 1 "' ':-PM 54 if L Dale Kris S gf, fb' aw if ,E 4. ,. . A Ronald Lneffler -. . Q7 Lois Mc Donald A aw- Q. P aul Marietti , 9 -. Y' 'Y V' t ax ,,,,.,. 1 1:4-vv ,X ,,. ,Q .Q X A I 3 james Milanowski Q J' aff , V, Stanley Mulka Kevin Mlsiewicz af ' Q " 1 . X N ' " ,ic r Chester Murawski Rose Krumm Mary L aberteaux X mfr ' X 5:53 tx ,W - 5' john Longcore John McCabe Ge wr L - fx-J""e V 1 ' x Margaret Martin Edward Merritt L xxx., , wee W Angela Lee QW. -r' haf' X' 41 P aul Mc C arthy : ,xx A5 xs ,,:2 Dale Messing M aux-een Murphy sg U. A , Ls ,'r":? r 1 .1737 I1 Philip Oreste Qi -P J- . an B U fr L, 1 NP' "II" -M XE .M P., Mary Nowakowski joseph Ohren Patricia O'Nei1 Q' 'GY' like-"' Julianne Otterbein C arol P atrick S 'I'- , y QV' x V J' ,J Rosanne Plomondon William Plouff Patricia Pohl 0 P atrici a P atter son rr 4? 52? Q Carol Piggott iii K ? X ft, We Et. Susan Polzin . Muriel Prusinski l ' A Q? Yvonne Pierre 0 'rf Anne Pip A ...- 1'-W' Barbara Popma .vi -r-'- in P eter Purdom ,J .Q t Loraine Pline va-wg X 2 ' "-H ' Pe D 4... , , 1' X. Robert Pre scher N ,. 4 Christine Rebman Robert Reinke james Rinkevich LB'-Ira R099 5'3" .gg 915 X Qi w, Lg., , ll I 'C' .A . .by-X Diane Rollins Michael Rosinski Paul Routsaw Francis Rumler Dennis RUPP19 Marlene Russell V ,,.. V ,N 5, n , . . eg- .Im Fi i f- P S 151' - 9 . -- . . ,l .f .V - q ' A ' ' . 1 .wf 5 W' 510' 6 -H :ie 5, gs? x "f ' K: N Q., V ZIVVA-W: V -li" . V V , nf is S ' :"'.k?:.: Patricia Russell james Ryan Marybeth Sakowski Phillip Saurman Leon Schab Charles Schafer ' - e ,.. is 'N-ff zz. sn' X '-e I . 2. -qgv' i 799'- xx , . ww 5 .-:.' X Q James Schaffer William Schmiedicke Susan Schnieder A A E- , J William Schultz Kenneth Shahbaz Midlael Shanesey b ,ff ew. . . A ' 'S .L Mary 5im0l'1 Mary Singer Katherine Sliwinski Marian Smith Suzanne Sommers if S 2 James Sproule Mary Sweeney 3. if 4 james Van Tiem . , Q M W 3 xg E dmund Wh al en A Michael Wingeier t AH S: A , f. 1 - 'Hs .-si , Thomas Wojdygo james Sypniewski jean Thomas 1 fu- X P eggy V arani 9""' -uf-' . Thomas Very ser 1- , Ted Willxams Mary Williamson s N, Q 5 - VST" Cf? 31 Carl Wx snesk Q may uv I Y 1 Mary jean Wxssner , 4: Y 1 I Michael Wood Robert Payne QN if s Robert T opp er Mary Alice Wall x " . W? haf' Janet Troy Jerry Van Leeuwen , nf' .W S. James Weatherhead Mary Weber I JUNIGRS Q . x s 5 O , ,ral Fi ,fs tif 1,3 ,rj E' any lllfll' P i -In 91' Treasurer President Vice -P resident Secretary D0m1f11C M3tt0fl6' Gene Smary janet Esch Paula Kralovec A Q X Q ' 1 3 S- S -G' Q' If ,. X : X , .,, Ax 1. EQL, I' e up X ' sw., ' A 4 in A Eugene Alexander Kenneth Beatty Marie Bekken Michael Benjamin Suzanne Bishop James Black ., - 3- - E' x ,- 1 ' 'if ,rif , ' HQ .. 1, X in .x...y-H x ,vu sp-4' X .3 RObert Bl8DChSrd Robert Bolger Michael Broas Donald Brovxm Gerald Bums Peter Chan X I' - 4' . QA Q SXT' M ig Na' ' , X, c- -f fv f .X W' Li f 'fr ' W.. AM! S KIHQ X v .. X Q' " Q Gerald Christensen Nancy Clark Augustine Como, David Connell Jarnes Coty Peter Daunt ill ., Kathleen D elehanty Janet Esch I 1.- if Lawrence Fritz l.'13':t31:5'Q :2 1.-'Lv' .wg-,i'J-.4 fl , l 1 5, 4 r ,, , Q W 1 Vi i E .1 ,....-.f X' J acob Drenov sky ,Ni- Q""5v-r Constance Evans Q x , 'r Anne Frost 1 fii 7 CE 41.3, Q 'Q .A as 'S '35-I. L M- D -P n , D I X'I',2"' X -5- Q " I Ei? I Ronald Droski James Dwyer Leonard Dyer, Jr. Charla Emery -iq.-A -. ft- sr' .7 V.,-1 if ' J R uw" ,4 5' if 1 -r u A Kafhflm Faiks Carol Feinauer john Fich! Thomas Fitzgerald, Jr JT .4 X t 3 zdgwl. 0- in We Q .. , Q., X fr 4. 4 -rf 'ti1""' """' 1 ...H-ff W Shirley Gedris Juli-H Gibson Mary Gibson Daniel Gilbert '21 'S-f l K ' rf l P f Nd New 2 1 Grace Hanses Lorraine Hanses john Haslem W A75' g :Y ' ' 'V -1 -' +L' s X A 'i . l Peter Hoel-astra Gerald Hunsburger Charon Ignasias I0 A 112 Mary Hausbeck r., Margaret J anetzke . E .ea hw Frank Kolenda XE- , joseph Ksiazkiewicz M ary Leik X oe- Ngu ' X , I james Hauser Sandra Henman Z Marilyn Kendall Marshall Kindy, II UR nf' . ' N, sf mv S 'N Judith Konrek Paula Kralovec Anne Laporte Marilou Lascari Q8 T1 M ' s Robert Levasseur, jr. Carol Lipscomb Q Carol Loweke L Q. I Margaret Mc Cullagh Michael McLellan X-ce Reques- ..., . Q Gerard M aitn er F .f '? 'IF ' g s 1 Robert Messing 'fs -if Marilyn Neve Q' R xav"" lor ,A Anthony Nolan Catherine O'Brien A 4 '71 -4 ! joseph Pulawski Y' N K 1 Q iw'-"Y, 1 K si., , - R NN aux- t V 4. xr' x E, Grant Marshall Bonita Mattingly Dominic Mattone Rita Mayan Barbara Mazurkiewicz , qv Mary Miles gg, ., Kenneth Neyer Ter? Mary Nov akoski Pr' ca- .iii Leslie Prangley P' , bww. xx ' Mary Pyman K' If wg' Y .4 A RZ? 5 A X Gerald Moore Thomas Mullen Kathleen Murphy .2 hr? X'-'-I, 1 .Rig j ames Noel I Kathleen Oberle Ruth Pries Thomas R adecki izw Cheryl N ahs RQ, 'Ni-fl 'lv gy! 'M . . , if M, ,,m:..,L,r1MW Aw 19? -' .rw I, X ' 'S' 45' 'K' . V 7' X su.-. 112' Y ' ' 54?" A-' I Suzanne Reid Maureen Rice Gustav Richter Rex Roberts Therese Ronan Thomas Saenz Susan Sandbom we? T, QP mr' V. i J , . Q , ' . 4 ,wx T- ilt' . ki" J UN ,.x--. 'Q 'R Cynthia Saxton Clemence Schwartz, jr, Thomas Sciamanna Rita Selinsky Mary Sheridan Eugene Smary X A Daniel Ratajzak 1 1 -we 1 1 W 1 Paul Roy, jr. 3: J W i i N N 1 w W N 1 i i 114 3 6 N , 0- " 4 , 'SHI' 'vcr' I J osephine Stellino Therese Tomaszek ,YQ : X N, ew Y ca gg? Kge' N ..,. Q Judith Stimac Thomas Thrun if ' F93 'i 1, -' 9' - wr " N' . ' 5 , F' a 2 9 Al DOH-Qld Va1'1Dyke Thomas Van Stee Ronald Voll Robert Windver W 6 1 -vvu' . 1 A Xu ,V N if iff, X ' , ur- ,r lv- era' T '-'-A -' A Phillip Wolters Barbara Workman Kenneth Wozniak Donna Zamierowski N X Joann Wojewski Carole Ziemba .4 T I - 1 q V rv 5 L4 Y: .J A K 2,2341 ' , , .L-1 'qw 9 'fx V .A 1 I 6 gif ' 5651 .LJ I fz L. - 2 75 x 1 f X 6,-M, , 9 Q-jlrf r .rw , 'y- X ...R J" X 1:7 I 6 -R f' 1' -' Q' 'f' x Q X I X 424 I Dennis Adomaitis Richard Alt Barbara Bosch Neil Birchmexer U K :ax KY, 'K x I ,, I ' -.- "' N l 4- N 4-F' - -I lj, 'i. Nancy Crain Richard Cunningham john Doane 'VL 5,x 1. Patricia Henson K L- .X .. . Robert Metzgar ' ' -- 1' Rav N- 5 L o..- ,... ' Y .. D hifi f' john Prangley, jr. 9 V 4 Masayuki Saitoh f W 381 if in -fha' , if ' Q J L Clement Simon T-,Q 1 4" r-. I.. ,- rf , YQ. .nj 'I 1- V. . 1' :L l QF 1 Gary Copp ,X ' 'ss X Margaret Dublckx S 4 .,......,f4 Davxd Kurek Q 1 X in H Patrick Norman Q Q ' V' P ...- 'Y' 1 5,4 james Singer "il" y . N james Stewart Sharon Tatti Ronald Tryc Anne Vanden Brink Thomas Zanella , . W, , i W N' A ' w ' N' Q5 ' In MSM 1 . 52 gc, f :fa . v7:2S1f4iN . is s if K1 ,iff 535 y -1- N L vi A ,ii c X X . fi 7 17' 'W"f2-'?f::Es I N Y Q 1 , :wwf W - - W . ,gf-'zafi ' ' x fi g, Q- Q.-if ,mf 1 X 1 41 5 A ' x 1 fy.. X H ,, ' M - -v vw'11fws4mXs.s" xi 3:5 q 5553 551 Q, - g- -. . ,ww - 4- .5 , x X q M X ,HN QF . 1 f'?qfo.iGASQ'Xa- CTIVITI ES There is no free play of mind except where the senses are fit and vigorous. ..g....,., SW Summa Theologica Fi 'gifs X -I-To .my .41 A f4a+1+ 1+ ++ + Rain characterized both the dedi- cation of the College Center and Rosary Procession,but undamp- ened spirits carried on. ROSARY PROCESSICDN Ill "The sun shines from outside us, but the sun of the mind, which is God, lights from within." Summa Theologica il... ' Y ' E' ' , ' 1,12 ' Vining A 'V-Q ' i X , l : , ' ' 'sky V ' E' ' . 97 af' f 3 IX e ' 'I L2 E U . ,J-lx .7g,,,x , L gy sy Q 5 ' 1 jr I MN5fQ?71 ig - Q Ng' 'iffw T W", , A. T' Q ?-- 7111-f . ffm S .-3 X 1 Ulf '-'-- M Y RETREAT . ' 'ix ' XQW i IX ,P .1-""x,l 121 2 HGALA 1965" - termed by all as a great success. The Inaugural Ball of Friday evening opened the weekend. Pictured above, surrounding Queen Christinejesky and King Robert Shaner, are members of the court: Freshmen Anne Sheridan and Ed Manning, Sophomores Joyce Hengesbach and Matt Burns. juniors Barb Workman and Ken Neyer, and General Chair- men Dan Radawski and Maureen Rice. Not pictured are the behind-the- scenes workers: Entertainment Chairmen Gene Smary and Sue Sandborn, Dance-jan Esch and Pete Daunt, Dinner - Paula Kralovec and jo Wo- jewski. Parents' Reception - Marilou Lascari and Ken Neyer, and Fi- nance - Tom Fitzgerald, joe Burns, and Gerry Burns. AT LEFT: King and Queen Chris share the opening dance. BELOW: The tent on Saturday nite was the scene of the informal dance which featured the Rivieras of "California Sun" fame. The camival of Sunday began full swing at noon, just as the sun appeared from behind storm clouds. The crowds were thick and"fun and games" widespread. Father Gannon joined the troops in the middle of the creek during Saturday's infamous "TUG- O-WAR". wis- I WD' X Q1-li. Z' viii 'N 7' -fr if ' , - f, ma ' 1- , . , ' -gs x J ' .V tm. Mother Calias John Wozniakj visited the big tent, advertising NIOTHER'S a GO-GO, the dis- cotheque of OPLA. ,J f Friday evening arrived, and faculty were on hand to welcome alumni to the seafood smorgasbord. Q The Homecoming Game began with a ribbon-bedecked car caravan leading stu- dents to the scene of the anticipated victory on the basketball floor. Queen Gayle Stratton and escort Terry Walsh smile over the success of Homecoming weelcend. Gayle is assisted by her court, Jeannie Mazique, Patricia Russell, and Rita Selinsky in reigning over each phase of the three day celebration. I-IOIVIECOIVIING The game was played Sunday tivities, with the home team - the TOMMIES- victorious. Anew aspect of cheerleading was seen at this game - the men cheerers. afternoon, a fitting climax to fes- 1575 CHEERLEADERS Varsity Cheerleaders: Mary Laberteaux, Rita Mayan, Sue Sandborn, Ann DePauw, Judy Stimac, and Diane Rollins. junior Varsity: Margo Maurer, Naeda Brasic, Anne Pip, Linda Vasquez. The members of the combined choir, under the direction of Sister Annette and Dr. Hieber presented the Christmas Concert at Mayflower Congregational Church. Members of the Pep Band add their own music to each basketball game. IVIUSIC Presented by the Aquinas College Players at the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre, November 12 through 14, "Royal Gambit" foreshadows the logical conclusions of Henry VIII's actions in the present day disintegration of family life. Dale Gilb, a post graduate student portrayed Henry and his six wives Cleft to right in the pic- ture abovej were Roxann Grantner as Kathryn Howard, Susan Girodat as Anna of Cleves, Sandra Cavallari as Kathryn Parr, Cheryl Nahs as Ka- tarina of Aragon, Donna Zamierowski as Anne Boleyn, and janet Attermeyer as jane Seymour. The play was presented on a near-bare stage with the cross which ironically signifies Henry's title of Defender of the Faith brooding over the scenes. Sister Mary de Chantal, O.P.,and jack Rang were co-directors of the production. Costumes for the production were designed and made by the students. 128 - t ' I N2 4444343 5, K ua X . I sf, wx K.. YF '11 .2 .I ' 1 ' R 15.1 A xg .. X ,. , ,v A., - ,fx wk 'N ,N . 4-N 5 -E it 9, - .- w X 'fx 9 K X X X 5 X -Qi uw Q 5 1 , N 7 X Xxx, N iii X s xx, X x J N N X 4 5 X Q , X vw Q' .f ' s 7 xl' v -' l:f11'.'3 3 3551. . ,- x 1 2 Q 'V 1.2 A 1 ' t l. ..., j.-Lu -'-E -X W ws X is 3 'Q 2 , 1 1 1 A 5 , e M . 'Q H Qi fx". 1.2 S v was-ff. A i -. . elf 7 2 N 5 X S a. 5 1 2 , , . ,z . ' ' - bw ., -L" , QE-. .211 gs if A pi " . ' 4--,.'E4"' AHQ'R'f??f2 - f 1 - 3F'fLw5,A I . ,, ' , " 'J'-", 5' -.if .' " IV, 541 , L' S H Q 1 M.. ,L,v,'-yn, b . , , - X' A 1fg:"g3,g.g,zif Q if . :u -3 1-.114 'W' 1-fq: - N, ' " I H , I , . ,Q Qui?-'E ' .' 1 3 L . - 5 V v i . X. L 1: ' .a 'I ww - , ' 4 .nm , ' , 4 y -,w V . 5' :- wa, - q ' .L .,:,, 3 P' A if x-I 72 Miss Horgan is shown as she appeared on the .screen for one of the Yeats' lectures. Representatives from the English, music, history, speech, and theology depart- ments participated in the Centennial series. The team approach, used by Aquinas the last three terms, has given Scholar diversified programming. Aquinas professors who have participated in WOOD-TVls "Ten O'clock Scholaru during its six years on the air learned quickly that TV teaching is frustratingly demanding. Sister Mary Bride, who has been on-camera for two different semesters, specu- lates that preparing a half-hou Class takes three - 1' X times as long as a regular col- U class, You can't just stand and lecture for half an hour. You have to search for visuals, pictures, charts, graphs, pieces of sculptures or art that will illust- rate your points. You have to write out the script, decide where visuals will be used, and then time yourself - cause you can't hold your students for a few minutes after the"bell" to finish up. Then there is a conference with the director for a half an hour before each show and a short one afterwards about any "special effects" needed for the next week. Aquinas is one of four colleges who have been a part of "Ten O'clock Scholar" since its inception by WOOD-TV in 1960. The number of participating colleges and universities has risen to thirteen and WOOD polls show an audience of at least 20,000 persons. There are two Scholar terms a year, each running sixteen weeks, and Aquinas has provided NNIIILIS tw be 118011 for UIC CICISS- the professors for one or two terms each year. Sister M. Hride, O.P., coordinator of this Fall's offering, "Tao Centennial Poets: Dante and Yeats", confers with Director Bill Wild about 130 4 fa- - fzwxss.-.fi at-Q-:f,, Y ,-4.1 1 7-gi 254 51 1 ' .z f'5?fE.g:2, 1 5 is 3' Eg -,,.x.,:g:-e-Q is ' f 5 . 'I- A 4-V M... sv ., ' f W r 5 6 5 .1..,,a . , J mf, 'Q '9 at W . .KF wg-1, . wx, l Q e xf fi . if Q - ' 5 v ,gg 5. 1 e Campus After Hours avi . .s A' ...pf 1. O- VVXTO Announcer Terry Carlson looks bums he will use on his show. over al- The Diocesan Radio Station, located at Aquinas, is the core of many and varied student activ- ities from announcing to technical work in the recording booth. Other student announcers are Don Atkins, Bill Schultz, Brian Dorrien, and john Sharpe. 1 fm 5 .l if fl . i wif? f U4 1 1 , J eff u i f' i te The week of March 27 - April 3 saw the annual Carousel of Arts presented by the students, under the chairmanship of Charles Petranek. STUDIO 352 housed the art show, where the emphasis was on people. Throngs visited the exhibits of student work. i i ' l l i' i ll - l ' l .G" 1 TXWIIQQ Y X., w iff' I ?5+hQ5if-ff ea i . . in 353 ff, urn' v i m ' .3 1-, 3 1- if L' Tuesday evening was characterized by "the beat" of the jazz Band of Michigan State University, playing to avid listeners in the Wege Center Auditorium. f- i 133 , 1 '- p"'I r , i -6.1 . , " -M' L. ' JJ' P A- wg' . 'M ! 'Wi i ,VAX K, is Q , S95 v u-,I id I I' 'J A " r l tv 1 'lx ' I ,- !Lf P - fi Q ip " So ' I I 42. 'T . 'I 'Vg f ' X n I 'It' A . ix A X3 l ' 'x x Q .' r 'l, J 1 - 5 .lllllq 'NN ' I J .I YKL, M , X I llhn ' : u s s ' 6'-XI, F X " I. i 134 Wednesday and DRAMA NIGHT? Students of the Drama Department presented scenes from cur- rently-discussed plays, improvisations, as well as modern dance demonstrations. w 35 Poet-priest Father Robert Badra of Lansing read excerpts from his poems and novel to the en- raptured audience in the informal surroundings of the lounge on Sunday, April third. EXPEDITION IN POP was the title of Saturday night's presen- tation. The Margie Martin Folk Trio, The New World Singers, and our own Christom Dennis Trio were on the billing, with Brother Matthew, C.Ss.R. as master of ceremonies. Shown is the trio, Dennis Gavigan, Chris Smozel, and Tom Van Stee. Eugene lonesco's works were on the French format, as the French Club, representing the only foreign language presentation in Carousel, performed La Lecon on Sunday afternoon. Donna Zamierowski, Lyn Lajiness, and Chuck Shaffer, under the direc- tion of John McCaffrey, successfully carried off this Theater of the Absurd production. Immediately following was the reading La Cantatrice Chauve, along with the Chorus, rendering of favor- ite folk songs of the French. The entire evening was climaxed by a banquet for all members of the department and their guests. L1 , 1 V 3 , 'f ' . -I :,?'bX', I ' W 2 Q- -X .lim r. 1 : M f .. lin Af' x,fl .. . , xlxwdv '---x 4 far. y H " STU D ENT LIFE :Q Campus life involves active participation in the affairs of the country, the state, and the college itself. Interest in our society is spurred on by discussions, public or private, invariably guided by dedicated faculty members. 5 523 , W 'F . ,gg-,,- ' if .5 2,22 17 5' :B s. '-. F:-.-' ' v ts. 5-.. :Bocas surr CUFF! 32 QQRDLLB ig a - gp: a , x 1 gf' ,V Q: 1 f " V K 'A , K, xi vb , s 'iiwyd ' - -2 A V f ,fils ' 5 V in .,.: - 'P - 5 . - x I ' I is - ?4, Mi-TA:-ny 1' 4 A, F A ' " Q A 1 ' 5 , ' '5 : . ,. - ., ' 124 ,f 'EQ' ,V ' V9 -s .lifiv "ll 93:5 if ' "X , + '5?i'w"' ff ff' fain . 4 ' ., ' ,Q "rf ' P5513 5, f A ' , mf'-, fel- f ' ' ' 1 . A , -- A n iw .' xi ,,, . -sw' -7 ff- ,- M ' f ' ' " -1 ' iw' . ,, ' 7 "' ' -V "fs , V P 4-fif'5ff' Q '-5 ., .A ' . . 'e i "T . 'Q' 1 . .-1-,U A , .:, A V T, ,f fx? . - D 5 ' alumnus ' -Q, " PQ , 9 i 1 ' , Q S sf.. s N' r L' X 3 .3 1 3 Q 5 + 5 K . - Q W mx 39"-lg ps 3 x , W , X 'A xl Q SF' 510' 3. 1 is 1 ff' Q figfff ff M V , X "WV ffsylt-,A -'wwf " ff f-,':?.-,,,, ' - K-. ,..f.-fi., if is Wi ' s Q4 pg 1 Mc. W9 Y as ,I I X, f K ... , ., ff 4' QA 'Q m 4.21 'Q ,- 141 5 5 X., :AEK 'Q QS? Q Yb f f if, 4: b. K li 5, ,Wh E' ! SPCDRTS :Z Mr. Wiggins, one of the "elders" of the league, shows that good "ole German" form. 'N-N F it x W N BOWLING -A ffoz Q gi I " g x 1 - 3 Q .Ng kg., QWUQQ' mm? wx v.....J The position of the feet is an important factor in bowling, as exhibited here by Dan Gerrity. 143 CROSS-CCDUNTFQY Kneeling I. to r.q john Cybulskis, Tom Hinck, Eugene Kasper,johnHaslem, Louis Thomas, Ed Hammerberg. Standing I. to r.: Dennis Prusinski, jack Ward, john Groomes, Don Atkins, and Coach Dornbos. The 1965 Cross-Country squad once again proved their "validity" as Aquinas' win- ningest sport. Posting a fine 23-5 mark, the Tommies successfully combined ef- fort, balance, and stamina under the guid- ance of Coach Red Dornbos. Tom Hinck, a former New jersey star, combined with John Haslem to exemplify the harrier spirit by capturing nine "firsts" in twelve seasonal meets. In the NCAA meet at Wheaton, Illinois, the Tommies climaxed their record-breaking year by out-distanc- ing 25 entrees from 40 schools. I NTRAIVI U RAI. FO CDTBALL Excitement, thrills, and bruises again dominated the scene at Wil- cox Park, home field of Aquinas' Intramural Football. In the eight team circuit, the Sophomores dominated the "wars of pigskinn with a perfect 9 -0 mark. SWIMMING TEAIVI x Q! , ' . . N S fd - .' - efn-fs ff , Q5 ja . 9 fo . . i., ' i -- x 1 'FI .ff F-iv pa f P 1? -Q.,:f 'af' ' "1 ' K ' 'W -ff' 1: - f ' r , -K -g g " ' Fir-fe: I - , 4 . X :,-2 , ,,6.,M,,::,,f 6,1 - 'f 3. ' rf:- 4 -K iz- ,...,. ,.,, ,- - . qu - t....: , q:"' I 'fi VN . i m., X W F" '- A ' 'fx:i:i1 :.i54I m "' Mr. 'Hmmm ' ' "Mig-'M " " '-rz A- .... ,, vi , ,.g.qgw:qguz,ys3Q533.5.9,s,,.,,.Q:,,i f H A V I - N b ' " " X . ' is ' ' f T4 -4 J 1. Ut-Yin. iff:-I "- if ia .4 x..,,5,, ,wg N smug., ,N num, WW., .. :-'f0P'?A1v-- ' 'Tffqrf' ri Mx?-...v This year the Tommies have ad- ded another sport to their grow- ing athletic program, that of swimming. The newly organized team con- sists of seniors Frank Spica, backstrokeg john Otterbacher, freestyle, and Bob Bonazzi, free- style. Juniors, jim Stewart, di- ving, Bill Bolger, freestyle, Dave Blashiw, butterfly. Sophomores, Philfthe man with the stop watchj Oreste, breast strokeg and Stu Splan, butterfly. Freshmen, joe AUt011l1CCi, diving, john Deakin, freestyle, and Frank Shipp, breaststroke. BAS KET BALI. J u rm i or Varsity Ken Konesny Tom Tithof Craig Convissor Roger Przybysz Dennis Zavesky joseph Rumler Ed Hammerberg Terry Graf Richard Lile 146 Varsity Ken Konesny Captain joe O"l'oole Red Dornbos Bob Topper Dan Gerrity Chet Murawski John Thomasma Phil Saurman Tom Steiner Denny Alexander Steve Bird Allan Horiszny Paul jagels X . 'S' I 2. . 'W' "4 Af --P4 gl 4 XJ--KN' A L . .IJ ,Q 5- 1 X :f f 6 2 I!! 1 Nw 'Q 'S . 1, . Q 'V K nl . Q 'QQ A . ,Q s I is J , S R X Qnv, Q Q , w .. Y 1 v .' 3 1 5 ,I ,-Q.. ' s x rw In 14 I I' '-A 19 , f I' I li 1 ' ,. 4 I LQ- ' lc - -f v.:"'7 , 7 fi- V! Q J! U, My v- ., b'u.,5b I rx .G ZF' . ' xl . f 'N 3. ,., 'f t A-" K x, lifg J , i , P Q' ff' "I 4 K T' K R L +6 131-, ,. ., 3 Q , ' ' in fg,e ?, X , . r Hs' 5 Y 55:3 3 'f w"f'3- 4 r Z f al F I 1 5 ? 1 3- 6 H? X -5552, I fl. 51" 1 1 Q x ff,.14'i Q iv' , v iff AK fmszf, :fw- K 'Q v.., . .e 91414 .zap .. YK y A 1 if i .il ! ll sr"' i R QE r -r' avi- 6,9 '.1if'?'l Peter McGuinnes, Pat Amrine, Tom Ffojdygo, Tom Gunn, Coach McCormick, Tom Stewart, Tom Radecki, and joe O'Too1e are anxious to get out their clubs at the first sign of spring. Missing from this picture is Jim Glowski. .2-. ' 1, Z I O", N34 ,- ,,,-.-r- -- gf G0 LF ffl! H TEAIVI , :-f X A! S, X' f ,.f" TENNIS TRAC K Track Team members Ford Turrell, Dan Gerrity, Ed Hammerburg, and John Haslem are off and running, rain or shine. Not shown here are Gene Kasper, Tom Hinck, john Cybulskis, Don Atkins, and Frank Shipp. , Coach Lou McNamara leads his team to its first spring match. Pictured Cnot in orderb are john Uskert, Bob Payne, joe Hesse, Rocky Kinsman, 1 jim Ahern, Kevin Misiewicz, and John Fogarasi. N i 131:54 X, r- r . 5 'Yv- -Q sd Q Xilinx. wr., x3?'lWm1f'2ixN 5' ' ' . K Qs- l. gg? t . , 4 ftitfm' , N, "W Hr , 1-1' 'Nr-i ffvfz- -if-. - u ffm v i-'T 'V s 3-'xr' . .,, i ,, ,I he - , .. .. ' f F :ly i .Q , L ,X , h . A -.I .Xu ' " K-.':1, - rt . 'L .. 1 ' K' ' ' ' ,N 0. I I' .4-. O - . ' L' wi? . .gw-r my -.v-3. :af-. . -fa: 1 4, "u'!:i'fx1 ' 1 I A -'g-:L Ffjxp x 1,3 "A," i- Q L . K ' H, ' ' -I f'2Q.J'f1-.44 -' . 1 ' A 55' ' V 4" r ,! , . 'X :av If . 4 . ,M CL HULL! ea S - A X ra S Jimi v ,swxt xg? Q . -sqgwss-,,..f', -i S Aft. R ,gfg gwifu ' ..r--- WOMEN'S TENNIS TEAM members Pat Scruby, Peg Janetzke, Andrea Haga, Nancy Caldwell, Coach Mrs. VanderVeen, Angie Amman, Marge Laske, Pat O'Nei1l, Maureen Murphy take time from their weekly practice on the tennis courts to exhibit their skills. E, ,, .1 v.-5 xi- .Tl f. ff 'M 14 qt Wat W1 ' i lst Row ffrontj N. Birchmeier, B. Topper, D. Copper J Lehmkuhl D Messing 2nd Row G Barns, R. Kramer, D. Syrek, P. jagels, J McCabe T Graff J Erms 3rd Row Coach Ken Konesny, M. Sandborn, A. Horrsny D Farrer F Farrer D Zavesky, M. Bergin, P. McCarthy. BAS EBALI. The newly-organized baseball team has high hopes for a win- ning season in every way. Mem- bers practice and exercise weekly in an effort to keep fit for competition. '0- ,-nn.-5 "7 1 'T 'Via 5 R Qi :aw Hwy, 5 Q I 0 .Wai . Q -fl dint st! ANA ' .w 3 'ii' -9 3 Boyne Highlands was the scene of the Ski Trip over semester break. Forty-strong, members and Father Hart braved the wintry elements and were greeted by athlete Terry Barr at the lodge. X 9 T' ii . - ..,:vj'i4 ZSf I x 'Q 1 i F I l ' ' r ,.-V" he ,1 SKI CLUB '- ' - , Q, - ' r 1 . ' -- . .....,.,..'.r. ' fa ' . Qu 6 Every skier, old or new, needs a few lessons to brush up on skills. Aquinites are no exception, shown here in classes in the snow. After a day of this, the pick-me-up coffee is more than welcome for Chris and Dave. H9 , xii gn!" ff" 3 . 'K f Q G 1 1: . xii N 'O X r-,,,b- gn. C-X james Lewis Ahnemiller Virgil Gerald Baker, jr. Brenda jane Bennett Christel Bielefeld Carol Ellen Botwinski Joseph Louis Burns Richard Lee Buttrick Gordon Eugene Carlson Rosemary Cary Peter Chan Helen Nancy Cleland Sharon Catherine Clemen Sherri Noel Coe Yvonne Anne Daniels George Davis Jerome Alan Dobrygoski James Allen Doyle Dale Thomas Dummer jack Nanning Elchroth Maurice Said Farhat Sheila Ann Farrell Judith Arm Fudold Mary jane Gazella Thomas Henry Gietzen Michael james Gleason Gregory Charles G-regwer 158 DI RECTGRY B.S. Mathematics B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B. A. Mathematics B. A. German B. S. Med. Tech. B. S. in Bus. Ad. Accounting B. S. Biology B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B. A. English B.S. Biology B. A. English B. A. German B. A. Psychology B. S. Mathematics B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B. A. Psychology B. S. Biology B. of Mus. Ed. Mus. Th. SL Mus. Ed. B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B. A. Sociology B. A. English B. A. Sociology B. S. Biology B.A. Mathematics B. A. Sociolo gy Penelope Jane Gorbach Dennis George Gorski Daniel Benjamin Gryzen Grace Frances Hanses Marva Burnetta Hathaway Michael George Hauser Patricia Ann Heitzman Michael Xavier Hidalgo Barbara Ann Holzer Kathy Anne Hoover Walter joseph Hoppe William Richard Hubbard Sandra Lynne jacques Christine Darlene jesky John A. Keegstra Marshall Byron Kindy, II Leo Daniel Klinkhammer joseph Walter Ksiazkiewicz Thomas David Kurek John Adam Kurzynowski Joseph Thomas Krywicki Nina Marie Lamancusa John joseph Lapciuk john Daniel Lee John Falk Lehmkuhl Thomas Robert Lewis B. A. History B. S. Biology B. A. Histo ry B. A. History B. S. in Ed. Sociology B. S. Mathematics B. S. Med. Tech. B. A. Political Science B. A. English B.A. History B. S. Biology B.S. in Bus. Ad. Accounting B.A. History B.S. Biology B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B. A. English B. S. Physics B. A. Latin B. S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B.S. in Bus. Ad. Accounting B. S. in Bus. Ad- General Business B. A. English B. A. General Business B.S. in Bus. Ad- General Business B. A. Mathematics B. A. Political Science Anne Louise Locke Judith Kathleen Longcore Patricia Anne Lowell Larry Donald McMillan Sharon Joan Madges Cheryl Lee Mann Germaine Mary Maurer Marilyn Louise Martin Michael Joseph Mazurek Barbara Ann Mazurkiewicz Allen Leo Metzgar Bernadette Ann Mlynarchek Robert Henry Moss Frederick William Mulbrecht, Robert Anthony Muraski Christine Frances Nawrocki James Louis O'Berry Patricia Jane Omilian John Robert Otterbacher Robert Henry Penniqg Charles Frank Petranek James Felix Prawdzik Daniel Philip Radawski Eleanor Josephine Schick Robert Paul Schaner, Jr. Jack Andrew Schatner Patricia Ann Scruby Frank Richard Spica J B. A. History B. A. French B. A. English B. S. Physics B. A. French B. A. Sociology B. of Mus. Ed. Mus. Th. 81. Mus. Ed. B. A. French B.S. in Bus. Ad. Accounting B. A. History B. of Mus. Ed. Mus. Th. 81. Mus. Ed. B. A. Hi sto ry B.A. History B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B. A. History B. A. Mathematics B.S. Biology B.S. in Bus. Ad. Accounting B.A. Psychology B. S. Biology B. A. Sociology B. A. French B. S. Biology B. A. English B. A. Economics B. A. Sociology B. S. Biology B. S. Biology Patricia Ann Steve Rita Stephenson Mary Eileen Stickney Louis Edward Stoddard Gail Elizabeth Stratton Peter David Straubel Richard Paul Streng Terese Camille Travis Judith Ann Trudeau Sally Jean Trudel Thomas Edgar VandenBerg Marie Anne Vanderweele Therese Marie Van Rooy William Ira VanSkiver Diane Marie Velligan Frederick Jon Wilcome John Anthony Wozniak Catherine Ann Yared Marianne Alberta Zarimba James Joseph Zawacki Sister Delia Assunta Busso, MC Sister Mary Jarrett DeWyse, O.P. Sister Mary Guadalupe Rascon, O.P. Sister Joan Marie Sabourin, O.P. Sister Mary Linda Schoenbom, O.P. Sister Mary Mannes Smith, O.P. Sister Cecilia Clara Zamboni, MC B. A. Mus. Th. 81. Piano B. A. German B. A. English B. A. Political Science B. A. Sociology B. A. Spanish B. of Mus. Ed. Mus. Th. 81. Mus. Ed. B. A. Spanish B. A. History B. A. Sociology B. A. Political Science B. A. Mathematics B. A. English B.S. in Ed. Biology B. A. Mathematics B. of Music Piano B. A. So ciolo gy B. A. Sociology B.S. Biology B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B.S. Biology B. S. Chemistry B. A. Sociology B. S. Chemistry B. A. Latin B. A English B. A. Sociology 159 1 41' Frank Kolenda, photographer for the Thomist and Herald receives award for Spot News Coverage from Dick Rogers, Michigan Press Photographers Asso- ciation Awards Chairman at their con- vention in Detroit. LLP - me -e f "" "' I t t i 'fe I U , ur-r:2!ii,Ei2in iiiirplilliiguf So we come to the end of this year in print with acknowledgment and thanks going to those who made the twentieth edition of the THOMIST possible. This book presents only in part the spark guiding Aquinas students to dedication and participation in Christian ideals. 160 'A A V . 2 N w ,W . -:f aQ:wa,,ff xv. V " f A A' ll' . ., , .LM -,m.i,,.-.i,, b ,..4 f ,Q .-.. x-AA f-E-N 2-y.w5g,L'V.W"3'1E 434'-f..-i:.L,,. 1 if-if ' . gf , ' A 3 I i' lx, .. ',-,4 V yas- W - Afw, Auf :fe 11503 V yuh, , 4 , 'A' .F .Al fa ,. . XL, Aga -fan u ,Ill A. mx' , W y "- , 317. V4 .1 ., ,. A , , , AT' 'wwf if mi., J ' .r . .W - gm ., jk- ,K t2Bm95'fv ' Y W ' . ' ,ar ""'2 ' ' " V- 1 2 v ' - wwfsae-' -" 'Kr' - . L -.J 'QI D -. .V Q A ,IRQ JB' , .9 , by U ,N, if-rs .. '- .Q A ,QE N45 - , -Q LW , x W? 'df-'L 1 ,- .lb U li. Q 'L Tw 'Q - 'R - M 4 fm- W 'A eillw - f . ' " x . ' "f ' f f . ,. 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