Aquinas College - Thomist Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

 - Class of 1967

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AQLIINAS COLLEGE GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN '67 T-IO I5 EDITOR -IN-CHIEF ........ MODERATOR ....... PHOTOGRAPHER PRODUCTION CONSULTANT ........ ADMINISTRATION-FACULTY ........ ORGANIZATIONS ARTS - SCIENCES ....... HAPPENINGS ...... SPORTS ....... GRADUATES ...... I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Robert Frost Cheryl Nahs Miss Elizabeth Jennings Donald Quillan Marilyn Martin Sandra Lee Linda Alec Mary Pyman Margaret Wayman Peggy Owen Roseanne Hornik Edward Manning Andrea Haga Kenneth Beatty Cecilia Bama Robert Golden Tom Griffin George Lee Ted Williams Paul Haviland Sandra Schlueter Mary Pat Brooks Julie Fives I Q W W 'fs 5 s JR Nam I --af - IX.. x 4 Q. R x,,. 1 f K W A. nl- ga I 1 v'Q:.qi :JY QN , ,Y -. 3 Qs ,.. Way' . ,Q E 6 .1'2Sue'w-rv . W ,Vps ...' 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Y -' -' 'XIV -vi'qX-Q',3 xi- L - ' .' ' U .:...i'H:r" U! 1 , ,, . .,.y X :J ,. 9 1-HTS: ,1w7af:+',':'w . A , ' r. Q-A 4. -I l. ,.. . Q15 img.,-,3:-,5,.f,.A.-.X W' It U 4 ,mg- :sf A. ':- 1 v igil .: VL'-'.'Xff'3.X-' 'M -'fc X. , , Q -:QL -yup:-3a.fI1'.r.itQ:-' "Sl:- ,, ' . I ':.'K1-jg r".1:X- .J ' . . 1: Ann". g 1,34 ' . :M !':1,3.m-Q:qA.',-gr A -fg 3:.g- 12111.13 1-F I -.,., , "' ' " ' ' " ' '-'Vx ADMINISTRATION- FACULTY Sister M. Aline, O.P. Vice-President and Dean Rf. Rev. Msgr. Arthur F. Bukowski President Gertrude M. Horgon Dean of Women Professor of English Natalie B. Dean Secretary to Personnel Deans Thomas E. Deschuine Dean of Men, Director of Financial Aids and Placement H" N, .!v,,!, 'I ' '- ,Yiw- , 4 .ig iii sw Q iii 6 2 gl x 1jITfT'fJ-'Q A ,f Q . . , , ii .f- F ' ' :gfgar ,V 1 mf- - " .T ,7 '. . .fm s 1. LQ. , ' If W. 4 4 James L. Lifwin Admissions Counsellor 41' Sisfer M. Carol, 0.P. Treasurer's Assistant Q, N...- Sister Helen Louise, O.P. Business Manager 10 Sister M. Robinc, 0.P. Treasurer -E I .---...---an fy ' , f V Q ...M IZJQJ-"""'f - Hmm- 'fr Sister Thomas Jude, O.P. Lois Bi,-Cl-1 Registrafs Assistant Secretary to the Registrar Sister M. Micl1eas, O.P. , SGCYGVHFY ,- H-A -,,..-Q Sister M. Blandina, O.P. Registrar Gladys Ebels Catherine Black Switchboard Operator Secretary to the President Mary Malone Secretary to the Dean Janice C. Williams Charles F. Bromm Secretary to Wege Center Director Director slr 'Lu' T?"'m-'M of Wage Cen ter '19 5 . I nr Eugene J. Kennedy Director of Development 1 V: Q-If 'XXV s 'H' x it-'ffl ' ' ill", if , ' .YT r A qv, Air M xr 5 r avr J ii' f' ' A i. ' I3 14 ' 25 .. 2 25 27 JS " Mi'-1fCi0 G- Cl0PP Marilyn L. Martin Public Relations Director Staff Artist James Schaffer Sports Infomiatiorz Director 1 3 . '51- + 5 , fl as-3 S' 5 1 il Barbara J. Daley Secretary, Asst. Director of Development Sister lrene Therese, 0.P, Secretary to Development Director Frances L. Sherwood Development Record Keeper Dennis M. Williams Asst. Director of Development 5 1, U , ,li WIP - o Q , Q. : 3? r V X -"5 ' XAXQQQQN N f 5'--.:1,,'..f,.f N X 3 K., W 1" "K " is 5 31' f I , 3 malf- WW E VVMX X f'VN X- lf N1 X Sell W Sister Ann Frederick, O.P. Asst. Professor, Audio-Visual Coordinator Sister Eugene Marie, O.P. Assoc. Professor, Asst. Director ot' Libraries Caroline S. Boker Reference and Cataloging Assistant in Library Sister M. Malachi, O.P., Assoc. Professor, Director of Libraries Janet Vidro Librarian ART S5- gjd 'i I Theodore K. Lum Instructor in Art CHAIRMAN, Sisfer M. Lois, O.P. Asst. Professor of Art BIQLOCICAL SCIENCE CHAIRMAN, Dr. Frederick L. Bouwmon Professor of Biology Mary Ann Perry Instructor in Art Elizabeth M. Crowley Instructor in Biology 14 CHAIRMAN, Kenneth J. Marin Assoc. Professor of Economics E I E I i 1 i Sisfer M. Annabel, 0.P. Assoc Professor of Biology Eugene W. Smith Q Assoc. Professor of Biology ECUNOMICS 84 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIQN ii Ralph J. Benneft Assoc. Professor of Accounting dn Economics I I 1 rl fr I I E i Q4 William E. Freeman Lecturer in Business Administration Z' . M3 Q X 5 EDUCATIO 16 Melvern M. Casey, Jr. Asst. Professor of Business Administration John P. O'Connor Asst. Professor of Accounting Sister M. Harriet, 0.P. CHAIRMAN, Sister M. Bernefrc, O.P Assoc. Professor of Secondary Education Professor of Elementary Education Q S 3 2 x 0,.f"1- Sister Thomas Kyran, O.P. Lecturer in Education ENCHNEHUNC Sister Maris Stella, O.P. Assoc. Professor of English EA. Francis X. Sheehan 'N Q Asst. Professor of Education ENGLBH CHAIRMAN, Sister M. Bride, O.P. Assoc. Professor of English JW' Richard D. Sedlecky Instructor in Engineering Graphics 5 if, X 1 ' ' ., . 0 ' H4 - 5 X John M. Mc Cuffrey Instructor in English Elizabeth J. Jennings Instructor in English Edward S. Small Instructor in English Dorothy J. Coyoco 'Nah Frederick V. Bernard Assoc. Professor of English Instructor in English f'3"'N of-9 ,A :luv j Winfield S. Lenox Asst. Professor of English Sister M. de Chantal, O.P. .luck C. Rong Asst. Professor of Speech Instructor in English and Speech Leo W. Graff, Jr. Asst. Professor of History HISTORY CHAIRMAN, Lewis B. Clingman Dr. Rodger A. Remington Pfofegggf of Hisgofy Asst. Professor of History N. wr '15 , F' 19 3 ' gf' A 3 I Q ., F320 .mfg 'N . -,qu ' ,Y , f , '+ "' i v I 'Yer'-I -"' ' , Why' Q r Y A , QI, Q-.J-x V I x xx N tl in ' :eg gg rvgzfmggr. n --,----- :New-1 2 1' x ' wad. "r :51xi1':':?"M' S' . - '-4,5 N " N 4'-swans..-......,,, ills . ' V .J-ii ix iv I NXwgwQQi fi., - Q, Ss M Sister Anne, 0.P. Instructor in History , Sister M. Frederic, 0.P. Instructor in History .. I Sister Marie, O.P. Sister M. Brendan, O,P. Assoc. Professor of History Asst. Professor of History LANGUAGES Sister M. Aquin, 0.P. - My Professor of English and the Classical Languages Sister M. Wanda, 0.P. Instructor in Latin CHAIRMAN of Languages, Sister M. Norbert, 0.P. Assoc. Professor of French Jeannette Van Der Veen Asst. Professor of French Sister M Bertrand, O P Professor Emerztus of French Sister M. Clarence, 0.P. Asst. Professor of French 21 i., . ,gg f, Q: 3 1' is 5 gf ' gh!- ..m,,,Lya3qlf L. , X 4133215 RN: :Tfza 1 ' - pw Xxx, :arg-z Qg,3gQ,,,, t f-:nr ' -i.. Dr. Robert H. Hieber Instructor in German Jose Soler Assoc. Professor of Spanish Alexander Callaghan Instructor in Spanish Sister M. Loyola, O.P. Instructor in Spanish 22 Julian S. Dobrowolski Asst. Professor of Spanish is Q T7 1,5 , Fi Sister M. Theresa, O.P. CHAIRMAN, Sister M- CYYHI 0-P- Instructor in Mathematics Asst. Professor of Mathematics Alon A. Heisler Instructor in Mathematics 7"'?"SEYgWW'59 TE 5 Fl .4 I WWF! r W gig ' K 120' wg vi E Robert G. Pumford Asst. Professor of Mathematics MATHEMATICS xx F : .fgawf 3. Y 'I W iS3fE'?.' . :N ,. ,,.. X ' as , , ,,,,,,., ,AX sf w:.-e:f.1,:se1- -ne: . 1 ,. - ,,,w:'Q 2.1.-If:'f"fe'i - 5 Km. -ff' 'X Af , ,::. f""f5,,. ff ,." 1 SAN Sister M. Alphonsus, O.P. Asst. Professor of Mathematics 5 5 I f sa 1 4: 1 ,i 5 it t M i rl m 1. .l ir W i S ! W 2 l ,M ii 1 N1 L F! 2 'r 1 E 5 il M' tit :I -I -z P ' e E it QQ Fwf fi ii it 1? ti ?It .F in 7? .ii A .M 3 L..- , Z- Sister M. Kevin, 0.P. Professor of Music Education and Piano 'I C H Al R M A N I x--- 5 fv.. ,QS Q, Sister M. Annette, 0. P. A F I A s so c. Professor Q wi-E of Music The ory "Sy: N V IDZW 5? : NTT ' Eugene T. Hopkins Asst. Professor of Piano and Theory MUSIC Dr. Robert H. Hieber Instructor in Music and Director of Chorus Sister M. Susan, 0.P. Asst. Professor of Voice and Theory Roy F. Emerson Instructor in Music Education -Q' S L .. 1 - n 1 Sister M. Gonzaga, O.P. Professor Emeritus in Philosophy PHILQSOPHY Sister M. Sara, O.P. Instructor in Philosophy CHAIRMAN, Reverend Valentin R. Rodriguez Professor of Philosophy V' -......... ...,,4 Jig ,,, - 1 5 .f-.A Sister Edward Mary, O.P. Asst. Professor of Philosophy Bernard De Primo Assoc. Professor of Philosophy Mp' 1 fr 4 xtx CHAIRMAN, Reverend John L. Hart, O.P. Assoc. Professor of Theology 3 xxx. THECDLOGY jf X X P'- Qgv 5 Q N Reverend Robert U. Shorkey, O.P. , Instructor in Theology ix Reverend Donald C. Lozier, O.P Rev. William R. Gannon, O.P. Instructor in Theology Assoc. Professor of Theology - Rev. Stephen B. Jurosko, O.P. Assoc. Professor of Theology ,-f+.....9:'4 'Til :' - QF- 1--13 ,1 . - S imp, J I I Richard D. Dornbos Asst. Professor ot' Physical Education PHYSICAL EDUCATIQ Olga L. Wempc Instruftor in Physical Educatzon - V' I E I I r I I I I I I ' I a S ,E f In .IA I I 3 I I I I I I Al I I 1 5'-'55 Q , , Q Sister Alphonse Mary, 0.P. Asst. Professor of Chemistry ,,.. Sister M. Mark, O,P, Professor of Chemistry I PHYSICAL SCIENCES CHAIRMAN, Dr. John A. Poie Professor of Chemistry 1 I Ki Sup Hun Asst. Profe- Q 100' Ill! 0090 nina Q WM U --,-.--.Q i O O O C .-r ,Y X I 5 1. 5 . " 'A'N , , "'i" 3'9'nf.4,,,.. . Q W CHAIRMAN, Rev. Thomas H. Kaufman, O.P. Assoc. Professor of Sociology Sister M. James, O.P. Asst. Professor of Sociology 5 s.. Wvwmpi xxx Richard W. Blake Asst. Professor of Political Science CHAIRMAN, Dr. Robert J. Clarke Assoc. Professor of Political Science CHAIRMAN, George F. J. Lu Mountain Assoc. Professor of Psychology PSYCHO - SGCIAL SCIENCES Dr. Andrew L. Hoekstru Lecturer in Psychology and Consultant in Mental Hygiene Alfred H. Rypsfra Lecturer in Political Science Lee E. Jacokes Instructor in Psychology , 1 . f-A4 X113 ,. , at 'f' , , 1 51 N YB H ' NM ,,, , 1-:1 ' :qi,W1'.i 'L 3 1. . fx. . WS .. is -'W 4' Q22 4? 3 'gg ' , 5 x N i-QE., Q ,-.A g . sbixrlkffm'-, fi .sw f -. b 'sf w -x W w -. ffslfsa A . Hr' 'E -fx, .,L, 9-'x Ri.. Q-,LQ 'Q ,S MQ' 55 ., 5. GRGANIZATIONS Officers of the Student Senate, principal representative body of Aquinas students, arejerry Huns- burger, treasurerg Catherine O'Brien, secretaryg Professor Gertrude M. Horgan, moderatorg Dominic Mattone, presidentg Gerald Burns, vice president. fi Qi. -51,3 if? is 'fir , gr .2 nv ' Q. xstsrfsif be If Q Q:,f.m.T5.i,t,. Q., XX 5.5. i,,:..,,Q-5.5 .4 it Thomas Fitzgerald, chairman of the Finance Committee, is helped in his financial responsibi- lities by jerry Hunsburger, john Brooks, Michael Buese, and Rosanne Plomondon. tv" .Z , "i J Forming the judiciary Committee are William Schultz, Thomas Garikes, Carol Feinauer, Professor Gertrude M. Horgan, Robert Bolger, Dennis Leiber, LindaAlameda, and Mary Spreitzer Cnot picturedb. . f , Y One of the main projects of the 1966-67 Student Senate was the drafting of a new constitution to meet the needs of an active, progressive institution. john Long, chairman of the Constitution Com- mittee, is assisted by Lorraine Denby, james Weatherhead, john Bagladi, Vincent Giovanni. CNot pictured are Stephen Fiorenzo, Matthew Burns, and Janet Esch.j .l. J'-'au n-1 pg v. 'uv' Serving on the Wege College Center Council are Kenneth Neyer, john M. McCaffrey, james Weatherhead, Charles F. Bromm, Thomas E. Deschaine, Msgr. Arthur F. Bukowski, Marcia Clapp, and Miss Gertrude M. Horgan. Not. pictured are Sister M. Lois, O.P., and Sister M. Aline, O.P. The Wege College Cen- ter Council,composed of representatives of ad- ministration, faculty, and student body, operates to co-ordinate the estab- lished policies under which the Center is op- erated. The Student Pro- gramming Board, in turn, carries out the council's decisions on an immedi- ate, day-to-day basis. N .oqr I, , .i li ,I .gk , ,., ,. ' ' N vi i' 5651 ' , R , :- 1' it ww ' ,i w r' , X f , w 1 7 ,ss . , C X N ' x gl . Q p, ywwwt AQ? - QQ 'L , 1.-.M 1 3, " 'H ft- f Niven 2 ..,, N s ., V- 'N ' 5'j'z.rfI5Egj 'iSr.ff:- 'f6:f'-ja,3:-- NN: .-fx:-w kg it . X Q X x 'Z sl X - 1 ...,...,.,, Fi N Q x xx X N . X X S 3 . - -3 -.-:tx r-X-Qi is :f.NQ 5, X X X X WA K w r X.. Q is VVEGE CQLLECE CENTER V1-...ui nwx- Members of the Student Programming Board are james Weatherhead, presi- dentg Kenneth Neyer, vice presidentg Thomas Fitzgerald, treasurer Diane Rollins, secretaryg Patricia lVlcGourty, arty Mary Spreitzer, music john Long, Thomas Garikes, Patricia Nicholas, special projects. Officers of the Senior Class are Eugene Smary, president, Susan Sandborn, vice president, Paula Kralovec, secretary, and james Black, treasurer Cmissing from pic- turel. CLASS OFFICERS 'Fl 'I n juniorClass officers arejames Weatherhead, Dennis Dubay, Patricia O'Nei11, and Theo- dore Williams. The Sophomore Class is represented by Robert D'Orazio, Frederick Farrer, Lorraine Denby, Ford Turrell, Barbara Bustamante, and Dennis Hillary. Freshman Class officers and Student Senate representatives are Robert Vanden Berg, Joan Kiel, Jethro Burke, Mary Lou Burns, John Sutherland, Diane Crockett, and Robert Thiefels. The Aquinas Weekly, edited by Kathy jun and moderated by Dr. Rodger Remington, presents candid, informative accounts of current happen- ings on campus. 1 - -' 1 -4 23:-3.55 'V ii3'i?':fN:fE':24lA'4,' ' ff!! ,595 ww 4- sr J- 154974,-, tiQX'q,-wf?-5,xgg- is f .,f.,:,g:,35z:fj::gfge4 g-:4,g:-- - , ,zgzg-:g'-. P' 1 6? erifatlxxz-am v : 2.152-:1.,'z:g.-5135 zfrv ,wa K, , W -W ,pw 9 'f--1.51,-5,115 .. 3 . b,,4,..,,.3g3,M,e,igi, V The production staff, including Lorraine Denby, Kathy Taylor, Mary Sweedyk, and artist, Elena Morfin, is responsible for publishing the finished product. Reporters Sheila Duddy, Peter Vaccaro, Cecelia Barna, Darlene Zaska, Kathy Plato, Sue Pontiatowski, and Stan Fortuna, seek out news and insights, and report them to the faculty and stu- dent body of Aquinas. f .N-J 11,1 WEEKLY lr if E 4. 925: M The Orbit, Aquinas' literary magazine published annually, serves as a vehicle for student creative writing. Moderated by Sister M. Bride, O.P.,the staff includes john Ficht, editorg JR. McDonald and Marian Smith, associate editorsg Denise Ruskowski, layout coordinatorg jack Ward and Michele Erdelyi, artists. One ofOrbit's contributing student-authors,-IoAnn Wojeski and friend, work diligently on creative work. 1 I UIQ Aquinas Herald C Published semi-monthly by the students of Aquinas College Grand Rapids, Michigan 51.50 a year Editor judy Konrek Associate Editor Sandy Herman Copy Editor Bob LeVasseur Editorial Coordinator Dick Farrer Sports Editor jim Schaffer Photographer Frank Kolenda Business Manager jerry Hunsburger Circulation Manager Anne Marie Laporte Artist Marge Laske Layouts Nancy Tarter Staff Pat Arsulowich, Don Atkins, Kathy Bleyaert, jerryClark, Sandy C-esko, Mary Beth Greiner. Mary Helen Lezon, Vallery Mann, jim McCormick, Cheryl Nans, Cathy O'Brien, Carol Piggott, Wanda Pawlowski, Kathy Plato, Maureen Rice, Rita Selinsky, Cathy Stadelman, Bob Thiefels, Fred Vincent. Copy Readers Carol Feinauer, Mary Sheridan Typists Kathy Pietsch, Carole Ziemba Moderator Sister Maris Stella, O.P. Business Advisers Mr. Melvern Casy, Mr. john O'Connor Printer Rapid Composition Service National Advertising Representative - National Educational Advertising Services KJ , ti ...fx I v 1 l ' h .. Circulation Manager Ann Marie Laporte and Business Manager jerry Huns- burger confer before another deadline, Marge Laske, staff artist, artistically interprets ideas and happenings for each HERALD publication. As editor of the HERALD, Judith Konrek is responsible for organizing and check- ing all contributions to the paper. L lst 5. gb' -, z X THOMIST g1g .mn-Si xlrl 7 , 3 fi , X ,f 15 X I Z T I deavn ' Lambda Iota Tau, Beta Chapter of Lambda Iota Tau, National Literary Honor Society, is devoted to intelligent and personal analysis and discussion of cur- rent contributions to the world of litera- ture. To be eligible, students must be juniors or seniors majoring or minoring in English or a foreign language, must main- tain a high scholastic average, and must present an initiation paper on a literary topic. Current membership includes: john Ficht, president, Charla Emery, secre- tary-treasurer, Sister M Bride, O.P., moderator, Mr. jack Rang, Lorraine Hanses, Sandra Lee, Paul McCarthy, joseph Rosinski, Cheryl Nahs, Mary Pyman, Joann Wojewski. ikxdi Current office-holders of Phi Alpha Theta are Sr. Marie, O.P., moderator, James Sypniewski, historian, Carol Ann Lipscomb, retiring presi- dent, Kenneth Beatty, newly-elected president, Paul Marietti, vice president-treasurer. Mr. Jacob Robinson, chairman of the Social Studies Department of Catholic Central High Schoo1,was guest speak- er at the ceremony. fl Ci ffl?-is fe 4 s s 3 li 08.8 913 It 999 Phi Alpha Theta, Theta- Rho Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, National Honor Society for his- tory, conducted an in- itiation ceremony in jan- uary. To be eligible for invitation, students must have taken at least twelve semester hours of history in which su- perior grades were main- tained, must rank within the top thirty-five per cent of the class, and have a general academic average of at least a UB". CDAGJ BETA BETA BETA BB Officers of the Aquinas College chapter of Beta Beta Beta, na- tional honor society for biology, are Robert Payne, president, Dr Frederick Bouwman, counselor, Sandra Lee, secretary-treasurer YT' The following students with grade point averages of 4.0 received special recog- nition at the 1967 Honors Convocation: Bernard Beckmann, Gloria Maliszewski, Sister joseph Ann Trahan, OP., William Rabior, Diane Crockett, Carol Feinauer, Michael Moleski, Josephine Stellino, Maureen Rice, Anne Marie Laporte. Guest speaker at the banquet was Sister M. Emil, l.H.M., Ph.D., president of Marygrove College. HONORS CONVOCATION E 5. 1 junior Lois McDonald receives the Saint Catherine Medal, award- ed annually by Kappa Gamma Pi. Making the presentation is Mrs. Edwin Bartosizwicz, president of the Grand Rapids Chapter, Kappa Gamma Pi. Kl'I'I Sr. M. James, O.P,, sponsor of the project, gives Stan Fortuna keys to the station wagon and advice on the group's departure to the hills of Kentucky. OPERATIG APPALACHIA , '-NTL:NRI:-S-:S3?5Nf35f:::1Ss X. X X:-..Xv-:fr-X -:.:a.,:f X-.- X r " X1 -..- . H X X 4 X 5 'N N N X X QX X X X x SR N X S 9 QR XX HX X XX X01 X X X XXXX X X XX N N 9 XXX XXX XX Q X x X X SN X X X X NXXQXX X X X XXX XX X N X X X X X i X XXX X YXX XX ,X XXX X X X XXX XX X X ' X X W XXX Xxx A X X X NX X A XX W XX 'X Ni. -swiv- XXsxXmXuXiXXX5XFX ,ctw -mr w up 2' 55, Operation Appalachia, a well-represented service organization of Aquinas College, provides the opportunity for concerned young adults to help the poor of the underdeveloped Appalachian region. YCS Q Officers and leaders of the Young Christian Students movement on campus are janet Attermeyer, secretaiyg Father Robert Sharkey, OP., moderatorg Catherine McGuigan, vice presidentg Robert Golden, presi- dentg Rosemary Gustina, treasurer Cnot picturedj. Members of the active YCS Pit cell are George Wazny, Stephana Gonzales, Jacklyn Christensen, George Lee, Mary Beth Waklut, Nancy Petroski. Rose Ellen Krumm, chairman of the St. Xavier Parish cell, proves that sincere interest wins friends. George Lee, as a member of the St. john's Or phanage cell, discovers that the young still mys tify the old. ,gmrivff "FiYW2ws A K , U , .N UNF Q , 3 3 x I 3, 5 5 1 X Mx: 'rr Members of another YCS cell enjoy their Satur- days with appreciative children of St. Joseph Parish. S , . xv? K .N 'A x rbi-if -F . A. N YN 3. ig :L 'K X' 'X' Y' N-'QSQ ' x W 'L .. ':-Sr: It G lb U 'Q VZ 'X C ' X X iw '2 XX 5. 'EW X N xg, xx x ieymmix Y Gm X Marxsvnbmn 52 N QXxQS'RMsM rf X . . .X - QTL X' The Aquinauts, an independent service group moderated by Sr. M. Kevin, O.P., aids and entertains the sick and aged at Maple Grove Medical Care Facility. Mem- bers include Barbara Duemler, Daniel Potyraje, Norman Rominski, Mark Denay, Steven Szczytko, Patricia Roseberry. Under the auspices of Operation Latin America and the direction of Professor Gertrude M. Hor- gan, Susan Hansknecht and Margaret Janetzke travelled to Peru to work with and learn from the young impoverished Peruvians. GPLA ,. ,MA - 1 K X1 ,1 fl is ,I 1 w. 1, xl lr I. l l ,. 'r l, l . i l 5 2 tgp in It l fl ls e I l i il 1 J l ll l l w 3' ' ' Y'-rt. ' il v- A! I gsm xawx-.Qv1.Mw1fi:2rw-15-sxwwhfw-1 nm:iss:gfqmi3x.f-avwex::?w:5v:SQ?'2fSwvfsfi 4,5-:r Q-M Qbgmiy, v..G, g Viv-xx,-NXNXE: W-.mxxm , . . WW R 5-4 WRC officers are Carolyn Lorence, treasurerg Maur een Rice, presidentg Mary Helen Lezon, vice presi dentg and Rita Selinsky, secretary CNot picturedj Officers of the IVIen's Residence Council are john Ficht, presidentg Stuart Splan, treasurerg Kenneth Ayotte, vice presi- dentg William Schultz, secretary Cnot picturedj. MEN'S RESIDENCE CGUNCIL ifxgi f II II I I I I I I I I I I I ,a 1 I I I . I I I I I I I I II I I QI ,I ,A III II Iz ii II III I 'I I I,-I N 7 i Si B 4 Z 1 V lf- .... Y ,.., .X 7. nf- . ,. -, ,,,,...- 4 Q mIW"""""3 4 Zi . 'iv w. 1 XA 7 I 1 w,,, 'M4 .. , , 'X DEAD Fu.:-rvifffx. yi V 14 4 I i I Q 'i E 1 3 I Q A! 0 M ,! U V! In i wx xl . I 9 F H Y L, F r l 4 Ji nur" ARTS - SCIENCES vw Why are we here? Why does the river flow beneath? Why do the stars shine above? The river flows because it seeks to become part of the vast ocean. The stars shine because they seek to become part of the infinite universe. We are here because we seek to become part of the immense world of knowledge and ability which moves and radiates about us. For us, this is the beginningg and it is a very good beginning. But this is also part of our destinationg for even now, we are becoming members of the tremendous constellation of realized potential and perfected beauty. This is Aquinas College. This is us. G Ln, '- f' 1 ft! -Q, 1 ,, 4 ART 'Xb- Art is a human activity having for its purpose the transmission to others of the highest and best feelings to which men have risen. -Tolstoi 1 .-,fr 1, wmv A 1 "Lk, fi 9, ,x ,,. S .fu X, f", 5 i. 1 Q D. n N-s.-f"" G35 22515 2535 K F bi 'E I 1 .4 V .N wi BIQLOGY uw.::en4xsBfilg-Q55 To a person uninstructed in natural history, his country or seaside stroll is a walk through a gallery filled with wonderful works of art, nine-tenths of which have their faces turned to the wall. -T. H. Huxley .wg . H9 ,Ai- H232 -far' ' O ev: - N. xX 1 .-of ,,"' xx 4. Q v.x,...v...N. 1 ....-Q-.-...Q-P., N- -W an 5 si E w si BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Seest thou a man diligent in this business? He shall stand before kings. - Proverbs 22:29 -,.-.-..... .- , CHEMISTRY -T-7 While bright-eyed Science watches round . . . -Thomas Gray ww' ,iff-9 f .M-1 mr: , , - ,-,zxggc -9 :-gg '3 -V 1 .,.. , Q. ... . , ,g,,,..:,i:. f-.-- : . - 1 .1-., -3 12.15. :swumlmxqn Ll.. EDUCATIGN ?,f' -4 x1 'ui A teacher affects eternity. -H. B. Adams 14 rl, 351' l w, V N w N i Vi fi A '1 f A W 1 I '+--M-J aw ,www Q3 Slxf, f ' U 0' 1 ' Q r A 1- ' , rg Q ,,55..3 ,H ik' x W MK AMX ,Q K Wm: 4 Q8 i Af Si: A fi sk ,ef if P fe, Sf i lc? K i 'fr WL' H . , K it 1 3 ei i 1 1 S X X nm.. ' """'xX . E S if 3' Fw apt f ? E S ,fx GI EERI NX ,V-M JW? Qgggf? wx. mgmiiw' ? 2:51 512' x-X, ,f V' fzxa Sf.. :ga ,, . . 'aw' i I 1 -vw-me X if . The world is merely a bridgeg ye are to pass over it, and not to build your dwellings upon it. - Inscription on the Victory Gate Fathepur, India , '? W ,N ,Q 4' .Kimi B :H r . xx yr ij.: . 3 4. , aa - M .1 ., ., Q.. 52. 'f'Q?v7A ,K fmif 1' '.., - ,Ls CECDCRAPHY History is Philosophy teaching by examples. HISTORY B 2' Xie f 'QS' ui X 'Q i 'N . ' ,Q Q . 5' Q ' W' fj Za? f ' ,ar 5 Y ENGLISH f,f"+-4' Literature is the greatest of all sources of refined pleasure, and one of the great uses of a liberal education is to enable us to enjoy that pleasure. -T. H. Hurley Q ' 1 GERMAN LATIN We praise Thee, O God, For whatever perspicuity of language Thou hast taught us And whatever eloquence Thou hast inspired us with. -Makam at Prayer SPANISH -.lj FRENCH 'ex' .. HA "'Q+Q," 2-:fl-rv ' - "rv" ' . 1 , .x . , . 4:1 " 'Z'-. '- Y' - :ss-QS?" :,1.e::: -Y 7, .,,., ....x.,, , .....,.,..A . .. ' 18 X x ,M 'N'-'ff WS-To A A - Xfrixx r in A Y S zfwvff f A 4. . SMR van X335 . Vqb :bZq Sl -4 Q - monde -nv' A sl nf' N I ,. X , 'rx WK ,F ga-v MATHEMATICS E Mathem atics takes us into the region of absolute necessity. -Bertrand Russell ? I Q, 1 Q " J s 1 .. , f jill I 1 MUSIC Music is my rampart, and my only one. -Edna St. Vincent Millay 9,-. 7 Yi -- xx X M QNX X f Q If , x N jxx Hux xfw ,XN.,iX Jo: XY Mx,ig X xx 45 X X w x kb ? X .A EM X 5,5 Qi I.. .-"' f 4, -- ' 'F-' . f"",, :'-I-ny? pf Q ff-"Z-""'-"N .--'T ff . 'T- .ff 3'7" Ill !:x I H E, 5 E . 1 C I I !z . A, V I , I l 14 ,l G 4, .E ge u 1 I 1 li a is I I I A PHILOSQPHY . . .when Nature her great masterpiece desigrfd And framed her last, best work, the human mind. +Roberz' Burns Philosophy makes men deep. . -Franms Bacon soils-, :fi .mica 5 sffgxm fl':'wW iffy' 'SL' 1 i s 1 L .ff af, ffwfv' 'MMM PHYSICS Experience, the universal Mother of Sciences -Cervantes 1452- , 2 .m....M rg n M1 K vfw-1:31-Q-:wxxueL1 If my W fi 59.1 ET t' ,,,., ' cv !,. , A , J ,, r i . ,L .. 9 , N an gn-1.,.+,,4. A M' 3 -m il'-A " 'K-,J .,........., 4' R625 N4 .2 I . "iii,----.--.,. Q Q as iffy. A' , -- , I+--, 'in 1-5, . Q w 5 . I .Lazy ., 4 ' I s 1 ll POLITICAL SCIENCE Man is by nature a political animal. -Aristotle I ,k-X' I TER ATICDNAL I TERESTS 5: sa 1151. ' , ,- 'fill 2- N? ax 5 Q i K , N 'Exfi-2 PSYCHGLOGY 51:13. ........-.i..... .,,l- ' ' " , ,ft 2 '-1 ' ' A 43 sd. - M gl ""'-,h,,L-i,.,. 1 Psychology has a long past, but only a short history -Hermann Ebbinghaus 7 iN SOCIGLOGY 'E my 3 - -Wi A11 things human are our concern - Pope Paul VI ,.,.p. . sf x V 3 X A " 9 q . MNWWMWQK 5 Y F f f f 4' 4 ' ""41'E:ZX?i:xs.x ,- . :isp-w :Nag 1,. . SPEECH Speech is civi1izat1on 1tse1f 1 -Thomas Mann hi .f""i"'-we DRAMA The world is a comedy to those who think, a tragedy to those who feel. - Horace Walpole THEGLGGY that you may believe that jesus is the Christ, the Son of God: and that believing, you may have life in His name. John 20:31 'X , . 1 3 1? H U a ii E -4 - 7.2 1 , 6- Up , -.,r',a,, ' 'J . K' ,QQ-' " lm-gg," . 1 7 + pw H5 mu, fy-,,, 1 xwmknhw I 'X "L, V '. Vw' R, M"""'W- , f . . F . .HMN4 Iv 'w.,,,,,, A w N F my- A 4 - N--y,,,.xf:' -9 -Y.. .A .1 1,1 A. vw Fun W N it N, -. Q N ,, V, --j ' , A' ar'5m,b 'N ' NJ' A 'x ' -- ,,,4e"f 'Sv 'i,A,.- . " -, hr tq .. .5 . N a L N, N l . X: , . N V L-.....,...,.f.Q:,,.. " K ' V -i , - ,M ffm-ff ALL V . "5 "vu--w Nl W sv , N, di: xr X ,xx S4 5 0 N 5 ff' Q I R 'X . ' . V- . X S 5 x Q ,--'4 HAPPENINGS 'Registration is the beginning of the beginningg it is the first step in the stairway of our fulfillment. "Formulation of purpose, selection of classes, and, before we know it nl ' I , We are part of Aquinas College magnum studying, moving, living . 3 VVXTO f ..-:Ulf -5 i ff" YT1 "Transmitting our college experience to the rest of the world . . Growing, learning, playing together W I E 4 I 4 i r .,. ,.,w....,?,,...g . ,4,, 'sul' In our diversified ways . . 6 I I I 1 0 MX' ,,,.f .fx ' s,.,,.w And suddenly, a happening begins: Gala Weekend opens With the fabulous Inaugural Ballg Queen Joann Wojewski and King Dominic Mattone are attended by juniors Ted Williams and Marianne Sweeney, Sophomores Dennis Hillary and Barbara Bustamante and Freshmen Daniel Measday and Anne Forster. James Weatherhead and Janet Esch arrange the elegant Ballg co-chairmen for our highly successful Gala Weekend are Kenneth Wozniak and Patricia O'Neill. V NHFSR is X f X -fgs Q i U ' ' ' df"qfX1f,Yn Sm' , :ii ,M wr V W V i and is climaxed with the simple delights of the Carnival, Our memorable weekend continues featuring the 'We Five' . . joys shared by students, their parents, the faculty, and other friends. .,5.u.mE:L: -, . 'uf fb Iv. Q ,-ref "The difference between Halloween dress and current fashions happens at a dance and at a show. :J , 1 ' 2 . 2 n A k 1 2 , Q A renovation happens, his BHESHE 'gf'2Iff,i-.-F' ""'1 ' " A f'f .51 M lvuu if Imufw' . wx sl. mx www Aww K me 'Sena is wffmu-ffm M h. lx. I ., 5.-5 pz.3f1i334 1. 2 ,-Q.,-NE. X: - - ,MLN ... and the stage is set . . . 'v-, X I I V W w w l for LE TARTUFFE, a study in Truth and Illusion written by Moliere, directed by Sister Mary de Chantal and Mr. Jack Rang X. ,,. +4 91' 3 3' JM! Qs: , F 4 4. ABQ? -, af -Q. ' :"1Q . fufg --:Q - -' 1 M-3 K ' fm ,515 , - 4 f iwivggji-r+.+.,wh A inf Mm Gm is HEMEQEEMINE E E LE R T 5 31' iii Q2 H1 1 v! ' Sis N'-3 : 'i, me mi iii? iii! up W S 'T--?-k --ff ,Sig an 'V T . ," W D - .. f . .q,,V J , , fx' ' ff Refs- ' rg,- ., , . X f' Q Y' V 2, s. af' my r L ug' fl Afirf rv ii: :Q-ff - . -"IM 'V X " is ?'lf'Av -V .'4:'- 'S . fr PL El ' F. Vt' T14 K .g,i'f4iL,m -L .lar :Y Q ' -L 'Z-A Q ,gd V ,,.,s,." -V: . xx ' :va i , . KS , , -1 l A .V ., ,., X., W X X x A , -..:.-31 '- - V :3f.-K-iw "Homecoming happens, and her majesty Susan Sandborn, ik accompanied by Chester Murawski, reigns in queenly splendor ". . . while her re- tinue, Joann Iaquin- ta, accompanied by Fl Eugene Smary, jean- ne Wallace, accom- panied by Daniel lVlc Laren, and Eileen O'Connor, accompa- nied by Thomas Za- nella - add their charm to the brilli- ant event. P , 'UR 'K "We thrive in the unusually f convivial atmosphere of the Twenty-Fifth Hour . M' H. . . and mature in the Christian atmosphere of Madonna House ,-NW' in Combermere, Ontario, and at home the SEVENTH SEAL "We become aware of the world as seen by some of the great artists of our time through the Y.C.S. Film Series . N V ,. ' sf F A 22513 3 Ere ig i srm Q2 3 Qc :J 12 3.0 'CO EL 3' cn :Q im O E' Q- , 5: E A -vii' . ., X A5 ,ff I ,I . , ., f ii , , V ggs . x N . Q' 1 - LQ tickets Si Q film series reminder Er T' WWW 5 t wf:.1Ml:' si I - ' Q, :ff L We experience the world even more directly in live performances of such works as the intense music-drama,'1'he Paggion of Jgcagtgnr F 5 -,.. lan- -1 ,ww I ,I 1 I .. i p 1 i i r f Y , in which many aspects of art are employed X 5 1 X HN QQ xx Q ,. fm' V , s..-aff' r kg' ...V Tl' I 5.5-,3f:..1,:f,5 l Q. is I 1 - . 5 , 2- E : , 1 ' f 5 if - 3 ' WL 'z Q- -, 'U 1 3 ' S I 521' 31' if A - .4-w exhibit our developed talents and newly-acquired abilities at the Carousel of Arts . . i? I -. :slim ' as -,-ish . 5,2 t V - W x mm:-mm.,-'ws iwwiiim , '- N X X fc sxwww ,- . , ' 1' 'H -"' 5 4 .,. 1. ., W 2 -Aw 'sw' 51 ' P - w ' 4-' o- . '. was51112121rm-:f'-:::ffr.14o1fz--:-I: x 2 SQREQQQQ--Sfiwfz:S5rmze-:e:3ss1:'?:'5-'ss'11a::::,,:,:r1:21:':-:.::,.2-'.: I S '.:e-tf11E'a1iaz, K , - vs Rams'-::-Q-agf'-n-:V4-Eazi:L-:-:,1..::1-are:2,1--11:-,r.:.:. N- Niv:-N. uc N. N '-x :lv ' fe:+i:k345'-rv!:fix-:A-1-.-r-I-I.-15:-'ffl-: 'fsivaiiwk :Q N1 - qw QQ 'Sgxyx x N A Iwgiw NNZQVQ K X Qu 'gm N X M 20 Yr 5 M xo MQW x 4 xc N A QQQMMS M, '92-:kms 'N N. in which we are all most deeply involved. NWS k an-wx, xx xxxx um 5 . 5 i 5 1 JLHF' ,, 1- Rb. "The development of our talents, the acquisition of abilities, the realization of our potential . . . --s JH'-ml L.: ,gif Q? WUT ff these are possible only because of the many people interested in us at Aquinas." J . TC gi' " Supplementing our needs and inte re sts in the bookstore is Mrs. Anne Oreste the supervisor. . . Go, Aquinas! And we shall go, onward and upward into the world r "X X , . r Q N . V .A.., I W vm 'fu an ,, Q eg 'eff R 1 "4 S 1 .,:,a When the going gets tough . . . ix L e A the tough get going. NN in fm, 1-1475 pi. - me 'is - X 35 I uw! K ,.. s : 5:5 3. , " a:vs:', ." f' x vox sX A gk '7 Q21 1:..,. .1 .A -,.-fQ,- -:..-- Members of the cross country team, kneeling, are Eugene Kasper, Alfinio Olivarez, Michael De- vereaux, Thomas Hinck, and standing, Robert Vanden Berg, Coach Dornbos, john Cybulskis, john Haslem, and Don Atkins. S CROSS COUNTRY ,rf g:19?aS "' 4,- ai Q-8 X Mm ,f Q' 31 - .... N--' ' ...uri E, ,V,, , . x'A,--'-- V ' . 1 , .9 fx , , , -0 . . . - - Hr. 9 rf . .9 -Q .Mi E L t - ' x ' Ln .. '5 i f f' 2 P 'll-,Xu KM . sm NA I 'iq -gm , vl- ' N?-A 'fa ' ' . N ' 1' Pg Q ,, 1 .f'-- - Q nf , 1,-: Q -.-f .- ,.-- , if "'i.'f fs K - 1 1 IN ' ' AQ r gas! 5-' kv 'Nc3','- ,, ' 1- M k 'fx gffffnv evfggws-, - -y f :.,?,,. .43 I vi 1' W . :W 1 , + - JY 1. L I s 1 2 Af' r' ' """WW-MQ I ' Q I v- . r V V 1 . -' . ,Q 'g " an ,,4. - ' J' "" vi -.L R"vf,1.K,.. Y Q' "A ' ' Q' 'L if T' M4 ,. -:Sf Y'-vi' ,...0wiMw. N- , I li a k tv 5 , .I X 1 -rw, -ASM! v - . , r- , . :wan fy-7,,,,,.L,g . ' 13 ' I iz- " ' S 4 gg ' A ' ' f .-f,,,5-'fwf r ' ,-pf Q ' 5 , ' - . '45, . , ., . IV: f fi Z. , .,-Q V .11322i':i:.121f'firm-,lfwf:.::-a,Q' as-E. - k":. +- ::" 'Q:aS?'3i1vw, " "- wr? N' Qiaivwg' Z X 1 iii ..::P'.u-. Q X V p --.-,ij 1:,g": 'fn 'ir Qi lx ,' "Q,-, V 1 2. "' z. "'X3uv-vs. 1. K. V - :W . , Y'-'R .- ' r X X, ., -9 -, ,, - ' -X, X -:gps QQ .V x-Im-rf-r , , 21.1. , 3- ., ,- .' ix 21: , 'ff"f?w. 3 ., .. 'f' -, Ywfpax, . , L- fi .I 1 , Q . :gui , 'W-F, , 'Q ,k' X1'g,i-.gk l'vigfmiyyzsig,-r,.,,.A, mi.- 3'x1'j2:-: Sam, ' 'fA.,'i11'-1-we-1 , 'Q egg ssaQ.2fgff:i1'f1a:1"e"' P ' 'f ' ii'ii5l'f - .. -A " Y is EM Stephanie Reynolds, Ken Wozniak, Tom Radecki, and Ken Beatty aim for another Championship year. BOWLING if Bob fbelowj and Tom Qrightj display their distinctly different bowling styles. Dan sets . . . '-X., .f-14" ,R N. X if and delivers S The Aquinas Duffers pictured are Peter Mc Guinnes, Gregory A1- ksnis, Coach Richard McCormick, Thomas Gunn, Thomas Stewart, Danford Brink, and Dennis Patterson. fMissing from the picture is Jim 'KToad" Glowskij. C-CLF ,, .. '- . vjrdf. su-1 Bob Topper, John Chronowski, Joe Rumbler, Pat Ryan, Tom Steiner, Dennis Zavesky, David Shepard son, Phil Saurman, Dennis Patterson, Chet Murawski, Joe O'Too1e, Duck Bigham, Paul Jagels Directing the team are Manager Terry Graf, J. V. Coach Ken Konesny, Captain Dennis Alex ander, Coach Red Dornbos, and Sports Director james Schaffer, who are continually backed by their loyal fans. BASKETBALL Dennis Alexander, known as "Vibo" by the students of Aquinas, has become the most productive scorer in the Tornmies' history. Having broken the Toms' scor- ing record in the 1965-66 season, Denny has his eyes set on a 2,000 point indivi- dual scoring record. The students of Aquinas acknowledge this accomplished athelete and outstanding Sportsman. 9 'BX T 1 ..f Q s......,- 3 : y , x N. X 3' :-, Q , , x 5755 Qi X mx xv 'IF' vb - -I X: if 'fiifgl-1 , i.: 4253 IUNIOR VARSITY SPORTS Members of the j.V, team, kneeling, are Don Plese, Ed Bailey, John Chronowski, jeff Lyons, Bob Vanden Berg, and Bill Bigham. Standing are Coach Konesny, Steve Schafer, jim Mikita, David Shepardson, Ken Dabney, and joe Rumler. Missing from the picture due to a severe injury is Gary Wagers. ,fp ' FOOTBALL INTRAMURAL SPORTS BA S K ET BA L L MAROON DIVISION Schlitzeques III Marauders Vassar Shields Bagpipers Tippers Under the Tables Gashouse Gang Kampy's Killers Ogres 0.0.S. CNot Mel GREY DIVISION Messerschmitt's Zips Six Pac Old Timers Seniinarians I Dodgers Barney's Babies Gerry Manders PFUIS ' ,, . ...v .H Members of the Aquinas ,WMA Tennis Team are, Robert Kinsman, Terry Abel, jim Hesse Terry Green, Coach Ed Payne, Greg Phent, and joe Hesse, who have finished another outstanding season. TENNIS Q' 'Nb' ,l , 1- 9 ,1J5"i'P-1 V ygn , X, s 9 S S, 'P-X A wir.. A 3, Q . i. wmfffi x i . , x . Q 9 X X P- ' 3 . fi- ' AQ- 1. A I - f Q .1 43.11. ' A' S' 5' ,A , .. RN. ., "ff f , .n:. , ' ., . . P. -3-: if ' - itz:---1 ""-'QM'--1'W3fx'x', .A ' 'L-V -55--4i' 5?F41 ' 1 .X - ,. , .. . . - , ak,- ge . 1, ,gm Qs, .v"-W.: 44-.-M: v ' . -.f :, -:gf . -' . 55:5 .Q " In : ,A , fr " A 1 , ,1 Xf Q - -474' W ' " " ' ,Z Q ,A A , , nv - X: 1: ,- 955 'Y - 451: ."Ig.fA L , A Q The racketers are Cback rowj Pat Fettig, Carolyn Konrek, Andrea Haga, Cfront rowj Angie Amman, Pat O'Nei11, Laura Lentz, and Marty Pursley who are coached by Mrs. VanDerVeen. A ' " , - ' , '-v . 1' f-, 4 .-'I-'24i"f:L5'iA-.-gi.,.M,-3-.2155Sgiiiij '4f"1f"?f-fa:"-:-':- JK . " " -"" :' - -4.2?"'-'N:-'wfifxruizEESKNT-,,"2:l'iL.: :y a 4 N - by 9xg.w251,r-5 N. 1, fswm vs' , -f y ' 551' ' - 1 if-:Sw ' X Y ,L gi, ' ..... ,- ,x..,.RK 5 .- I ' x g eq 31 3 - ggayavg rfffgir- Ma , 4y.'wey-aa -'fox-: f.,.s5'f3-Lvtx -A 524 ' '. " . f'- '- I' . v.- M- fi 'pi-7 J! f 1 4 -,a:-'1,1,,3:.a4:g, ..., V- ILM ..,.,-,ul ,,,-3.2.1. , I 1 ,-,, f ' 4 ,,,,,:f,.'. ,..' 4 - ' ' fs -- 1 -mr M. f4f..,w f - 1' ' The members of the baseball team are fstandingj Ken Konesny, Paul McCarthy, Dick Farrer, Gary Pabalis, Jerry Burns, Ed Bailey, john Chronowski, Bob Cavanaugh, Joe Rumler, Tom Cavanaugh, Ckneelingj Terry Graf, Ken Neyer, Paul Jagels, Bob Topper, Dan Ratajzak, Dick Syrek, Tom Cable, and Brian McKnight who are eagerly anticipating another season after their three and seven record last year. 53' 'ssferiezpzf f 'QZQZQSIE fa af an 9 4 BASEBALL X . . 1 J f, . 1 l'l"l an Q52 S ., In as A - , H M fa' H 1 xx ,. l V f Q .W Q - ' Wie , . - N N 1-,au , if ' zf. - - ' :4',-S43- , , X ax, ,gqzvz-L, , , tr' . , ,A " 'v ' 5 ' Lf - 25 1 iw.. W-...H-f. ' ' sw ,si V' ' Q., - -3 e.- ., .,t V-A 1 , A cl - , -- . 'L Q,-xg..,.f . 'X'H..: fffg-eAg,w wi :I .- . f 5 .qs-bb, N - . 1. ,,,,,R,, r , L. .. , -,r"2,Qw fl I 12 1- -.. 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' ' . , , ,j "vs.,,,x - "W, , 'Gm ' , A , , f'.g.5b A gh W2 ' Q 1 E . v! :Z , Af- ' , 5 ' .- 'i i 'Q W fum ,N . ,, N 'aww vi - A 24,4 Q 1 , J ' 'n ziysfigcem .Yr he V f rw , f,, "x 4 ' A U-1 , 1,5 ,vfc ,.. e , "'+"sfi1,'m-rf Ik: W4 1 ., wi 'N ' 2,11-f. :gi-'uri 5 -be . i.,jj .h 1 +L ' Ae N , iii iii' 'S ' Q, " A ' X X N X. 'Qing A " W '1 X ' ,Q 2 . V,-w,A..,.M . 5' I " ' 'K jr ? 1 X X .5 . X 1 x L X GRADUATES STOPPING BY WOODS ON A SNOWY EVENING Whose woods these are I think I know. His house is in the village thoughg He will not see me stopping here To watch his woods fill up with snow. My little horse must think it queer To stop without a farmhouse near Between the woods and frozen lake The darkest evening of the year. He gives his harness bells a shake To ask if there is some mistake. The only other sound's the sweep Of easy wind and downy flake. The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep, Robert Frost Eugene Ellirxg Smary President Paula Marie Kralovec Vice President Susan C arol Sandborrx Secretary James Greydon Black Treasurer Sandra Louise Altemeyer an-u..u-mill' Michael Jon Broas Kenneth Robert Beatty Neil john Birchmeier Gerald Francis Burns Augustine Kwamena Comor Nancy Marie Clark James Francis Coty Mark Henry Denay Michael Edward DuRusse1 Qt? Jac ob J oseph Drenovsky james Leo Dwyer Charla Ann Emery Carol Ann Feinauer janet Margaret Esch john Charles Ficht Kathlerine Eileen Finnegan fir- Thomas Leo Fitzgerald, J Lawrence Edwin F ritz and N-nie julia Louise Gibson Mary Jo Gibson Lorraine Theresa Hanses Daniel Edward Gilbert Mary Elizabeth Hausbeck Sandra Herman SN xXx xx?-4, Na X ' x i is QESE Q 'ffffi ' f-gm :N , k. .:-SA" fs N mi-1 its 1: +93 -' ii ' ' -Q.: ,'1Zff3Tl'.: Pai., ' . 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Dennis Paul Holzhausen Gerald Lee Hunsburger Charon Dianne Ignasias Margaret Janetzke Sister Ann Margaret Jaramillo, Richard Gerard Johns Sister M. Walter Judis, O.P. Katherine Eileen Finnegan B. A. Mathematics B.S. Mathematics B. A. Psychology B. S. in Bus. Ad. Accounting B. A. History B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B. S. Biology B. A. English B. A. English B. S. Chemistry B. S. Biology B.S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B. A. French B.A. English B. S. Biology B. A. Latin B. A. English B. A. History B. S. Biology B. A. History B. A. History B. S. in Bus. Ad. General Business B.S. in Bus. Ad. Business-Economics B. A. English B. A. Spanish B. A. Spanish B. S. Chemistry B. A. History B. A. History Thomas Theodore Kobza Judith Geraldine Konrek Patricia jill Koopman QMrs.J Paula Marie Kralovec Sister Leo Helen Langlois, O.P. 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