Aquinas College - Thomist Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

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B.A in English in Biology in Organ in Biology 81 Medical Technology in English in Political Science in Mathematics in Chemistry in English Psychology B.A. in History B.S. in Biology B.S. in Biology B.A. in History Rheaume, Carol Ann Roberts, Evelyn Bernice Robsel, Frederick Raymond Rock, Thomas Paul Rousseau, Connie Becker Russick, Rose Catherine Ryan, Patrick Michael Schlacter, Thomas Michael Schlicklin, William H. Shea, Josephine Clara Sherman, Mary JoAnn Sherman, Valerie, Jeanne Smith, James Stephen Suciu, Diane Crockett Tesnar, Bernard Joseph Tithof, Thomas James Trahan, Laura M. Tucek, Rita Irene Vandenberg, Robert Allen VanPo rtfleet, Thomas Lester VanTiem, Ann F. Vidro, Alice Anne B.S. in Biology B.A. in Speech 81 Drama B.A. in English B.S. in Business B.S. in Biology B.A. in English B.A. in History B.S.B.A. in Business B.S.B.A. in Business B.A. in History B.A. in Sociology B.S. in Biology B.S.B.A. in Business B.A. in English B.A. in Mathematics 8t Philosophy B.A. in History B.M.Ed. in Choral Supenlision B.M.Ed. in Choral Supervision B.S. in Biology B.S. in Accounting 8t Business B.A. in History B.A. in Psychology Vincent, Frederick Michael Waidner, Judith Ann Weiss, Kathryn M. Whitson, Joann Lee Williams, Gary Lee Wiltrakis, Ann Rosenbach Wojkowski, Linda Joyce Wood, Cheryl Rita Woodhull, Thomas P. Zaski, Susan Mary Zemba,Ann M. Zimber, Roberta Louise Brady, Karen Maurine Cavallari, Sandra L. Cordes, Katherine M. Dean, Oliver W. Doyle, Eugene E. Midle, Marilyn C. Ogrodzinski, Stanley D. Smigelski, Cherie Sullivan, Michael J. Thielen, Geraldine Tutak, Geraldine B.S. in Biology B. A. in Mathematics B.A. in Spanish B.A. in English B.A. in Art Education B.A, in History B.A. in English B.A. in Sociology B.S.B.A. in Accounting B.A. in Sociology B.A. in Sociology B.A. in Sppech 81 Drama B.A. in Social Science B.A. in Speech 81 Drama B.A. in English B.A. in Speech 81 Drama B.A. in Psychology B.A. in English B.A. in Social Science B.S, in Educ. English B.A. in History B.A. in Psychology B.A. in History UNDERCLASSIVIEN JF!" , iv f wm ,v V w J gn WL wmvm WIN 'f V fw..J u u W iW5 1' iw 5HHMMHMHMHMAwww A H wwu-W W H U. , , EL- , Jn. - E ' f.,f!,'i" iw ' W y W N w5,,'.1f,nF'u1N I wu mE ' W W wnWu WW 1.5497 . 53537 , Ha,-: V r:-':- ms JF +,, mg ,,M'wm2.g' , "M ,1nmwnwmWWU 1 X' "ws ' F?4lCUWHNxggai JUN.ORS Tom Bauer Mike Bertaux Ann McFadden strikes a casual pose offering the art students a chance to demonstrate their skills. Tom Bertiam Kat Cahoon MHFQUSYHS Blaesser .pl is Julianne Burns Jim Brunsen Denise Bothee Bill Cheevers Maureen Corby Q A Chuck DePrime QQ ,,.. ' !. 5:5:5:5.: Q. r , i . ,.- A- 1 w :F l F A Dan Driscoll l l a Representing the student body, Bob Wolford introduces a guest speaker. fi iw. A -f 'lil w,,- . . ,X 1 aj-' fif- fqf' jg ' .w ry ill . it . if-of f fm, -. tr' f 4 n J r , Y ,F-3 , - Y Y...: r.. l. Patricia Faust Jim Fewless Tom Clay Gary Delucany -41+ I ,rl X Mark Donner Ken Dutkiewicz James Filush Sarah Gallagher Mike Glass Gregg Gosky Buzz Hall Ken Flesch Mary Ann Gabel v 1 I n V rf I I I .5 1: .- '35u.4 ' ril """ "Sometimes you get the bear, sometimes the bear gets you."-by Mary Serra Havi- land. Thank you, thank you! Barb Gielwich Linda Golombeski ,au ? ,U A 5 V, - , F K . M Angela Guerriero Howard Hansen Kay Hazell I ,ff 1' 3. 1, . 5 Patrick Hennessey Margie Hydo Carol Jourden Mike Kalinowski X , I Mike Kaska Ann Kerng .5 ' Eitzhlfrf-T:.:Ll1? Zjjfxt-r"-?' ,. , Nybako Kobagashi Mary Lou Labreck aff. T Y ,J -i Y, lm , ,a" , , , J R P ' ,133 fr X John Lange "A little more to the left," mutters Chuck DePrimo. YJ 1? ' fi? 2- 5i:'S 1- if U- , . -n-i L. Y- "W, ' 1 ' J . .' Harry Kloska Mary Ann Kowaiski Christy Lancaster Bob Lechy 4, V , . it " ug I n .- -'fi "wb: P A12 4:- ,ga 1- - 4 .Q Q 'I wt, Linda Lefere Joe Licari Patricia McArdle If ,KA -,- - hiv- , . '-'kr' :L F4 fy Y vw- A v,. ggi '35 1:1114 Muriel Mercier Ann McCauley is H I3 rfiixzg ,L G A ' " im? Mary Meistas A - ' V . Marvin Meitz " f Tim McGuire ir':il"' Bill McDonnell Clem Mikowski i Q Mae Morris Don Muscat Irie "White Rabbit" on Wealthy? ' .. .,, 539 f ,di ' i J -Q15 if i ,.., Joan Noel Aloise O'Conner Mary Pat Palazefi 'HERE is lx rftvffif Elizabeth Peters A Trini Perez lgin Q".f""' -125 Ki Ei Alicia Piatkowska Dan Pieri Cliff Robertson Patti Rock Dave Rodriquez , .- Ruth Rybarsyk Marianne Joan Savage Mary Schichtel Sampson n J 5.. 'F C V' I' A sill" ' fifrjiif gl' I id 'lg' f Y 1 'X "!'1X14-F X Connie Selbert Carl Shangraw Margy Schnebelt N an-J -J 3 2 : ,- f L wg 5 M f Barb Sharp Jeanne Smultek I , Q It i INR A v ' C a 1125 -:' .gl Y ,5-?'i ff :r!m.sfFf5ffifr a 1 9 1 -I If M! Cindy Sordyl Marcy Stallman Steve Swddafd ,..,,., rw 1--,aff H. , -ggiimfie ' u Q- 52171: H13-QL? I1 ix .sr ,a'-Lf.1,," are 1 hat " ' '- - L-1 ':"" ' 'liiiiui - 1 Law t -.ie 1 - zz .! ,bu :ggi A Mike Usher Robert Valenta Gwen Vangoff Jim Ward 1 ' I W I 1- l'- 1 was 2 ,, i. ' f' Mike Weatherhead 'i" "' A 1 -" Qi .N j ' Jim Weber i , ii WW ' Ziff i Katie VanTiem Those long hours studying in the dorm! 4 S jg- J I' ,-UL",-, 25' "' . QE. xht- 'X ' ,Qw ,. X ,K ., ,.,,,xi, X x X fi-14 . +125-'Qx N-: fi G ai I Wi nga rd ,,, gl as V 4 W J-1 J V 313 "Ji W Jennifer Wood 1-an-f if W fl Joe Zobra SGPHOIVIORES Sophomores talk, relax, and of course . . .study. - f . . , 4 S .41 'f "i1 'N?ff:,5,3xIf,vf'.31,, . "-'Fi 'B 4 Y -"-" .. 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U 1 i 1 'ti , 4 4 xx ' . , A K, w r "7"'9 IW lm :fag ,. ill' lil gi.. 1 e i,,,pigH., .ig "Another exciting night in the dorm with Denny "Who am I?" queries Mark DuBay with a Haas as your host." philosophical gleam in his eye. Cathy Foster Tony Foster Tom Fowler Cathy Gawlak l -.1 Ii l 's-r.-r ur' 3,21 F' , my . i ,Y ,, ' Q. S -L -.K . , , , ,ggfg ,Q ' 521 , 5 U . I E , J I' rw- ,lifiilegf 'P ..f' 2-ii' .---vu 1 4-g F0 Twig! awpl ,f W VI in 5 -. . " ""' Ar, Q If J I 1 , , -, -.J 1 - Y- , , xx C I r Geik Geiken Sheila Greiner Sue Green Joe Greenleaf Paul Greenwald Denny Haas Kathy Hakeem Jean Hamilton Maureen Hanney Kendra Harpe Dan Haviland Bob Hay Paul Henehan Irene Hernandez Jean Herron Arlie Herrygers Molly Hickey Joey Hilton Susie Hlava Michael Hoban ,f -fem-r-2, I 1- . my . X . . 'ZR' I 1- fa. G my . i fe, P Ti Q 4' . , fi..- ff. X -. . 1 1 , ll 'iii i Q? We V' f'? "' 1ir . My V 2-fs J 5 .::.., WL, -J 'V ' ' , -1 'Q-I j, ui- f' ig , af .:, ' 7 ' ' 'I :Sky Ji? 4 M 'f :. 4 , . Q M i sal, qfgfff: 22:35. 1 -V 121523: -5 Cathy Kelly Molly Kelly Maureen Kerns Dave Koenigsknecht Gene Kozminski Barb Kranz Bob LaBarge Cathy LaDuke WIS : Wa: ie , 'Eg' api f 5' ff? ig 'RV i f ,, -N ....- 1' 1- f 1 Y. 4-5. Q i DW I i V l 11 ' A4 I I Q E 1 ,i 'Vi Q J A af 'Q John Hogan Sue Jackson Ralf Joffe Alice Joslin Phyllis Jurcak Mary Ann Kiefer F 'flbv' - M I fy K: .W i 4 Santa makes a luncheon stop at Aquinas and visits An interesting couple and their chaperone prepare sophomore John Nordloh. for an evening on the town. s 9' 529 ,fr A' f .Xxf - f it -lbw ..f'1-J ' ' Ii' ,V ,. 3.1. , g- in 'N N 'N 3 .' :ae 'iisfiaiffi 1' 7 1 .V ..,,. , 'p YI l 1 T rbi' ' u F . . T , 1 i. , 131 ,iii n "um: . i . -if" Q .I 1 ,J Q. , ' , ' Lg-T 13-,Q i A ii 22,-fa ',.',,.-IE'- , Q Q 'Qi L Q fav-"' 1 ' , r HE, J , . Kiev' A . J' T X X i 1 HH 1' ' . - 1' .-'.. .-in . . I 'x ' . qc. "'-" TA .A ,M , M .4-. rn., Uv" 4 f if N X , f iwwf wwf Nl E I ' ni N I i A y 1 ! , , f is J, - 1. ,-.41-E A.- -5314 Josie Lafrance Linda Lee Tom Lefere Don Lenneman Sue Lentine Mike Lewakowski Jim Licciardi Rick Lisciewski Tom Luikens Jim Macioszek Ann Mayer Marie McLaren Pat McLinden Paul Mileskiewicz Carol Miller Ken Misiak Nancy Monark Margie Murphy Jim Neuman John Nordloh Tina Olson Marty Osowski Betly Palczynski Phyllis Pantona Mary Phillips Marty Plocke Loren Flademacher Debbie Rea Mary Fieding Bernadette Fiobach Annie Runyan Margaret Salkowski Hardy Sarosi Bill Schmidt Steve Schneider Chris Schulte Peg Sequin Dan Senick Mark Simons Tom Simons 35 'V V1 f' 1' '- i -. P23 ' ij.,-.,y E: i Y, .Al Eff-2: " .ai ,I . P fl ,Ill N1-1:3 'N Ti L an 5 ' t , Q h ,V , R ,' ii i' In , A X f i! A K K V A as . fs-12", . -.f f 'A " ,fiififf 1 V ,, '5- . . 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Y Ya if 1 ' 'Q -1 f e , 3. V' ' H v , M l' K N ml l A Q- if ll i"l w- .,,,,l ll, ., l W z ,.- . 1 , . " l 1 l' , - L 1 , - .-,..: ' .. Z A H... fz nkgy. N A, .... T: , l 1 A f ,ff l I sf '52, A' L l an a lv ll up ' ff l ll Tj!! 'Wx '... :': JM U" - 4- will-J ' ,5,,lll' -vu--ey 5. .!"'S zw- l 11215525 i 5 ll- ,l-, F . ll l -1 sl: -,bg i'- l M Nl mul . lf! 'lf f jf V r' - ll if 4. 'M jr BBN 3 . I, l W.. Bruce Wright Mary Zade Sr. Diane Zerfas Phil Thering Steve Thrall Tim Tobolic Mike Tokarski Sharon Topp Phil Vaccaro Andy Vanchick Karen VandenBerg Dave VanTiem Bill Vins Kurt VonderHeide Ceci Walbridge Tim Walbridge Thom Wall Jon Wehrle Nanette Winkler Paula Wiseman Ed Witek Marlene Wolber Carol Wolsfelcl l -'Q W .X M M, g l ,Q 4 FRESHIVIEN . ..::: 'S l l 5 . r 1 R 1 uf? 'fgizcn r"'.'. Z " -' " -' 1. . rf .- v'1,- ' . ' IE- I I .l V . . VM 'Apu - . rf f A, ,Agua J 3' 1 ' '. . Rf? W are if . L' , "'l'Y W Q In Y lx .L pl I I , .r ' r l v ' 1. A I ,l f g?.Ff::a ff w , ..... V... lr ,-f,.., ,, Richard Allen Mark Arnold Ginny Baran Mary Barron Shelly Barth Terry Bazan Y5'ii,,iL , , '-1 ' :J ., A Kirks.. fi Y' me-' I"- ,ZA wav, 1. ,W 51.41 ,rf ,rl T 1 - 'fs 'rf-2-A---A .,, ' 1'1h If e I Dan Becker Sam Benavides Fred Bialk Lorraine Birkmeier Sue Black Marcia Bosits Beth Bracco Frank Brechbiel Louise Burnard John Burns IS- EI' .--- 1 .. -- '1' X ...f v ez W N X' Xxx... lvlaurice Calloway Mike Cahill . gl ikizfgz gi, : ' James Cafmody if Jim Cavanaugh . ,, fivrll. . 'fi e e . :-2 -lf ,EF KY' gz- 5 . -wlw xx. 'y 1 in 1 1 v'-raw , , nie Y' L1-' l ,A Karen Chargot Dianne Closet Dave Coleman Colleen Connolly Flay Cotter Peggy Couturier ",, ' . J?" " , 'H if ll F , 1 E A i' L l . ,J , ,P-fd, Tx 'Suv 'ggi'- , , ,g 1,:. A , nf l f.I.,f ,P fl' ,- 1.-, E IMI'-l.. .,f.cyp-'rica f Q41 My W . 1.121 ll Neal Darcy -H . A :,lrj5,.lk .l - Qu- -an ,- .12 Kathy Couzens Linda Crockett Steve Cron Gerald Czyzyk David Dean Debby Dicello Mary Dillon Arlene Doran -uv :ip Mary Duffy Sienna Ehlen Joan Farrell Giovanno Ferro Mari Fisher "Fitz" Fitzgerald Pat Frawiey William Gavin il Patty George Greg Gilmet 1 1 ii M 1 111 ' i 1 1 1 5 i i .:':'..,'f:EF??.'.' il! 1 11111111.11 1 , 1 AJ ig? i 'E 5 1-u Jerome Griener Paula Groening William Guerriero Ann Hassett Doug Hauk Trish Helmer Debbie Hill Mary Kay Hoeffler Ann Hogan David Huft Nav FW A56 av' ' , ,J 5 l N ' :'ff :fn Ji, . x y Vicki Huhn David ldema Gloria Jabro Natalie Jackson Nancy Johnson Mary Kelly Margaret Jagnecki William Johnson SL It C ka! Q, , I ' 4....Q.1c mf' . I it Q gljl ' H , f vfflfi' ' . -al.:- 5? .. 2-. -4 .Ri ::'555:'- 65+ ,, H A1 ff: Y , e 'vill a ' Tungie Jones Mark Kahns Marianne Kamm John Kantorowski Bill Kelly Carol Kendall Mary Kerns Carol Kijek Ceci Kirby Henry Klein Qrfwgs' rx" K Karen Klingel John Klein Frank Kline J I Phil Kronk Gene Lavazza if -' Ruth Laskowski :TV 1.323 .. L21 L-7.5 .,.. 1 . I Krls Lawrence ' fg g f Pete Leonard a :Egg Nj., L3 99 X, is BH' Sharon Liszewski Mary Kay Louis Dave Luber Mary Beth McCarthy Nancy McCarthy Donna McCaughey Mark McCreedy John McDonough Linda McLeod Mary Jo McMacken 554 1- '-'ft -Wm ii ii W Barb McShane Sue Madeira Sylvia Madeira Monica Marsico Dave Martin Louis Martin Marcia Matthews Ray Matthews Kathy Mattano Collette Mercier M W :..., Lfi"43yi ,a V -' -. , U ff' ' , if G" . L ' ,,4-vi ', 'lit A Q ',:-- . i 4 F . fl' 1. Ar. ' I' E. . lay' Hi ' - " C? if-LT ' I 5 , ii 'SHT' ff" 'ff . -if H- i - - -, .. .-'- AJA1-- ,J 4 'I 5 '7" 7 ,jr pf, cfEif!f3fs V 3-1 ,a . .Ei Carol Miller 'Q - Chris Moertl 6 . . , ,A . -fp , , , fgig 1i?iiU i 'mm alibi A V fi. 'Mir i 1 1 X ri 4 if yilix xr I X I ? 3' TN? A "if: X if Y' -r-:35ii'Jl3' Q , Mike Mooney Alicia Nalecz Mike Naumes Phil Nelson Rose Neubecker Paul Nist Chris Nordloh Bill Nowak ' a",,l4Q1, 'F A li , I W Nancy Oberle . :22 ,N M il., , 7+ w- f -5, vr ., ' ' '21 ,FQ N I gi 1 n . J, , 11 -..."f an Thomas Occhipinti Chuck O'Conner Vincent Oliver Peggy O'Loughlin Karen O'lVIaIIey Stephen Orlowski Peggy O'Shea Renee Overbey is HY! 4, rv 4 Ji ' .. , , . N X! x . .Q ,,,, ' : - f , 4 M ,Q 1' H 4, 2:3 X ' g 3 ,ae " . Q , Q. E1 rf i - - ' ",5v':'FJE5'.' Jorge Rock James Pasterz Mike Pavlov Coleen Puhl Nancy Fiabaut Steve Ragsdale Bill Reddy Therese Rinker Terry Robertson Maria Ross Mary Beth Rosser Ann Roth Steve Saversky Carol Sheer Mike Scheidt Cecilia Schmidt Linda Schmidt Joanne Schwager Connie Shirey J? . 4' 1- -3 .P , M IH Michael Smith Chris Spinal Gary Stefaniak James Steigmeyer Mary Sullivan Herbert Swanson Frank Sweeney Xavier Teliczan Janet Thering Julie Thorson vi A uk l :K .1 M. ., .1 K 5 7 .if - -f , K -'ff 1 .555412 ..'-. ' 1 ii ' "ff If- .v.A"' X h --.'1.i-N - .. f' Q ' l Il K .1 ,,... gi YS-if i... , . i - I -Pi xy 5 I 'Vi R Lynn VanGessel ,-Q li, i 3, 4 1" if YQ? , , , 9 1 Debbie Veal 'S ,. 1. ' W".. - .V,: . 4 " .- ff U ,V-' X ii xii, .. A .nf ' ,""!"L i in, 6 ,L lx . 5 4 v, rf I 'L J , K, ii U if ii' 1 , W. Sf. .4 J ' Fiich Townsend Susan Umidi Michael VanMannen Dennis Van Tiem Jane Voglwede Rich Vollans we Nora Williams Christine Wash Bob Walters John Waters Roseann Whalen Lauren Wingard Jean Wyatt Shari Yesbick Claudia Young '- as W1 N.. H Rfsr iwffw r-zpflf' .. -Q ' ' ir' H, X 552,442 3,5 f-1 " 4 - , .. rv.. "WW GUSL "JE ' 5 -' H wv.' Y , .:. :,.-I-,S -. 1 lv e 2211 I I mi 9 QW LX .QNX ...L gm p....-sa WF ,.,,wj"?i-A I Q 5 H ! E fi X, - 'QSQEL ,E E f 1 'E 1515 .E - ORGANIZATIONS X . Leg-ig-5 " ,, , A ,rim-,,12E pi -s ,mx-4, .f-'.f...,.,,r,f4.-:.L- -N-fl -W-1 nf: .V . :ci-ew 1 -. 31 ea Y if-11: k5i5,5Y3'!1QAf'11F f ' ?f5':E5-iff? 57" N f- sg -ar' wif..-. 1 v :rf .11 ,f q..,-- --,,1-f.,.- . R if , L. ..,f4Q:5:f14f1" ' -rqiik ' wg' ' ,A4e'f?5JY1 . , e :gif X 53:3-g,.fn,1n. Y m ,DH STUDENT COMMISSION The Student Commission is made up ot two the go, working hard to make the student govern- students from each class and headed by senior ment an effective and relevant segment in the life Mike Polzin. It is unusual to see them inactive as of Aquinas. you see them now, for each commissioner is on Michael Poizin Frank Hughes, Financial, Anne Hogan, Historian: Dave Rodriguez, Student Services, Sue Student Commission Chair- Edwards,CuIturaIg Bob Wolford, Judicial, man Peg Owen, Publicityg Julie Mix, Sociaig Pat Hennessey, Inter-Collegiateg Mary Phillips, Secretary, Marty Purs- Iey, NAS Representative. ,eds lat J it aa it ,fa 555 WSW .-"' s fix Q f . ,' ni Mary Wornecki, Education commissioner, keeps the lines hopping in the office. .A n wif 3' l .Elf fl ,E I X , M ,H ' sa: 'uL, J "? Q.. .. , v' f?m"2l Phil Nelson, Civic commissioner, gathers new ideas in a meeting. 'W Social committee members are Rick Vollans, John Hogan, Dave Martin, Ann Hassett, Joey Hilton, Sue Lentine, Nancy McCarthy, Tom Fowler, Jim Oliver, Connie Seibert, Pat Mueller, Julie Mix, Chairman, Joe Ching, Dan Haviland, Mary Jo Van Fiooy and Mary Serra Haviland. CLASS OFFICERS Giovanno Ferro, Steven Saversky, Mary Kay Hoeffler and Sue Black were elected officers of an exceptional Freshman class. Their activities bespeak their potential: Dance Marathon, Armaged- don Games, and support for the Junior Varsity basketball team, one of the best in Aquinas his- tory. The Freshmen display great interest in the Self-Study, as many realize that they have an opportunity to help design a college. Freshman Mike O'Brien and Senior Terry Grywalski organized the student fast for Biafra, which sent several hundred dollars to starving Biafran youngsters. Sophomore officers Tom Fowler, Eugene Koz- minski, Sandra Ciosek and Mary Lynn Gauthier used a year of college experience to improve the Mademoiselle Dance. The Sophomores are well represented in the Aquinas Volunteers and the Council for International and United Nations Af- fairs. R In addition to their role in the Self-Study, the class of '71 worked under President Buzz Hall and officers Tom Manion, Jon Olivarez and Connie Seibert in other capacities. Both the formal dance in May and the burgeoning Gala Weekend fall under the auspices of the Juniors who also man- aged to present their own version of a burlesque show. NCQ! pw!!! Wm, H ' Q! iw , Tim? 3 3, !!Q-swgai' ga Y , 'BF ,fx 1-P- Ifzxfff Nuo 435345 ! I mi vf?Hl' 9-Q5 lla 53253535 svwalll H975 md b R'2?Ui':i QL Bl- llli'L?lIr'--J F 1171 i l lfi2 if-,lig -qywgw. 4 , I . .,, LY' Y jd in- --- !,-me ..., 3 ... v-h ALA., A -. - M.. , f,,p.-l.f,n.r ,, A PUBLICATIONS Yearbook Staff: Standing: Ann VanTiem, Carol Moranty, Serra Haviland, Linda Burns. Not pictured: Dan Haviland and lrene Hernandez, Michele Boniface, Margaret Jagnecki, Dan Steve Finch. Also Joseph MacNamara and Larry Blovits, Donnelly, Kathy Deal. Sitting: Jan Herbertson, Editor, Mary Moderators. e Skid . ,.- .. avg al Above: Jeff Lyon, Editor of the Letterg Kathy Burke, Artist, Dan Measday, Co Editor. Below: Staff: Kathy Talanda, Liz Chadderdon, Nancy McCarthy, Gene La Porte, Muriel Mercier, R. Stump, Mary Duffy, Jim Smith, Sue Lentine, Mary Kay Yetter, and Julianne Burns. fs.. T? - ..lfmll..ll in 'H l 'Q - ll' - Tim McGuire, Editor-in-chief of the Herald handles the journal- istic affairs of the news bi- monthly. VOLUNTEERS AND LITURGY GROUP The Aquinas Volunteers is a community' action oriented program which places willing students in volunteer roles. Opportunities in volunteer work are becoming greater everyday, and include work with the aged, assisting at juvenile court, tutor- teacher's aides programs, recreational programs and big-brother, big-sister programs. At their weekly meetings, in an effort to im- prove the variety and relevance of the rituals of the Catholic Church, the Liturgy Group has initiated the idea of a theme for the campus Sunday Mass, Scriptural Readings and group Penitential Services for Lent. I Members of the Volunteers are Dorata Fiozga, Natalie Jackson, Cathy Mueller, Mary Kelly, Chris Schulte, Dan Donnelly, Mary Ann Gabel, Karen Kringel, Dick Shields, Members of the Liturgy Group are Dick Allen, Father Burke, Moderatorg Chris Spinel, Linda Stechschulte, Rose Deal, Mary Kelly, Dan Donnelly, Billy Guerriero, Alan Sabourin, Don Muscat, Vice-President: Kathy Deal, Treasurerg Fred Robsel and Gail Wingard, Co-Chairmeng Jim Filush, Flos- anna Jackel, and Sheila Greiner. and Vincent Oliver. Not Pictured: Bruce Lefferts, Dorata Rozgaf Loren Radamacher, Margaret Mary Jagnecki and Marilyn Tesnar. , EGL' ll 2.1 5" , il? .iii ' -"1 DORIVI GOVERNIVIENTS The innovative step in the gov- erning system of Regina Hall seems to have been well-accept- ed by the girls. Paced by the Administrative Leaders and Floor Representatives, meetings cen- ter around dorm improvements St. Joseph Dorm Council Officers: Marty Osowski, Mark Dubay, Jim Clark. as well as the planning of ac- tivities such as the Sadie Haw- kins Dance and Little Sister Weekend. X The Joint Council, consisting of the men's and women's dorm l leaders, aids in establishing and sustaining communication chan- nels between the housing units. Brother Edmund Murphy's assist- ants helped to keep the boys in line again this year. St. Joseph Dorm Resident Assistants: Seated: Bill Bigham, Greg Pfent, Charlie Jannetti, Marty Green. Standing: Mike Boucher, Jack Hebert, Pat Hennessey, Bernie Tesnar. Regina Hall Administrative Leaders and Floor Representa- Julianne Burns, Claudia Pazdziovko, Vivian Como. Seated tives: Standing: Evelyn Roberts, Gail Wingard, Pat Mueller, Jo Shea, Sr. Ann Justin, Mrs. Sonke, Mae Morris, Kathy Ann Matthews, Jody Almon, Tina Olsen, Roberta Zimber, Eacker, Kathy Plato. CIRUNA Officers: Sandy Ciosek, Paula Wiseman, Dorothy Dean, Lynn Gartner and Joe Ching. International Student Club: First row: Ralf Joffe, Mike Kalinowski, and Joe Ching. Second row: Gertrude Horgan flvloderatorl, Alphonsus lwuagwu, Nobuko Kobayashi, Nan- CIRUNA CIRUNA iCouncil on International Relations and United Nations Affairsl aims to provide in- formation about the United Nations and its role in the world. The Aquinas CIRUNA is a local chapter of the international organization which is in turn affiliated with the UNA-USA fthe United Nations Association of the United States of America.J A non-partisan organization, CIRUNA attracts members from the entire range of the political spectrum. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Last semester the International Student Club was founded at Aquinas College. The nations rep- resented are Biafra, Honduras, Japan, Columbia, Germany, Hong Kong, Bahamas, India and Sierra Leone and Poland. The objective is to foster re- lations with our American friends and to bring to them the culture of our lands. ette Winkler. Third row: Mike Usher, Jorge Rock, Tungie Jones, Godwin Okonkwo, Charles Nweze, and Christopher Adams. Pat McDonnell and Tom Badaluco, Business Club .....-s,.:....:,,?-?.?-.,. .Y Y .,.. , .. , 7 i -I ri.i.N'.,t 3, 1 - BUSINESS CLUB The interests of the Business Club are not limited to the financial world. Though field trips this year involved testing different types of elec- tronic data processing equipment, activities also involved the annual canoe trip and Christmas Party. A number of prominent businessmen also contributed their services during the year. GEBIVIAN CLUB This year brought a revival ot the German Club. It was restructured and has since then en- joyed an active membership. The objectives of the German Club are to bring about a better understanding ofthe German Culture and language through movies, lectures, theatre and informal meetings as well as visitations of events related to German life idinners, parties, etc.j ,!.,x,.-,jg-,,l He... . ,, , , ..,,., ..., , T ,I S . i iifgtwvgiii xii ilu i H ,linux H li ll i wg?-Q First row: Nanette Winkler, Marilyn Tesnar, Greg Snyder, row: Sr. Thomasine Bugala, MikefHoban, Ralf Joffe, Rich- Mike Cain, and Greg Urda. Second row: Geraldine Thielen, ard Pulliam, Pat Cordes, and Paul Leonard. Mary Pasikowski, Roseanne Whalen, Gene Kosminski. Third HONOR SOCIETIES The members of these college honor societies dinners, field trips and also invite speakers to the are expected to maintain an assigned grade campus. point in their major. The groups sponsor initiation I I I ' , -1 l, :iv 1 I Lambda Iota Tau Officers: Mary Ancona, Sr. Marybride Phi Alpha Theta Officers: Pat Hennessey, Mike Harig, Mary Flyan, Mike Guirlinger. 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Gala weekend, with its "Carousel of Colors", dawned early Thursday evening with an out door showing of the movie Under the Yum-Yum Tree. Students braved the autumn air to gather in the Bowl behind Regina for the show, and were well in the mood for the bonfire and hot chocolate that followed. Friday evening brought the Gala Ball, with elegance and festivity being the key themes. Muriel Mercier and Gene La Porte, Gala co-chairmen, crowned Martin Green and Ann Van Tiem as the 1969 King and Queen. The enchanted weekend continued with the Classics IV in concert. Sunday brought Gala to a close with carnival and college wide Open House. 9:30 P.M., October 10, 1969 saw the opening of the Q-ala Inaugural Ball at Aquinas. Students and parents and alumni filled the dance floor until 1 A.M. Fieigning over the festivities are Ann Van Tiem and Martin Green and their Court. Gene Laporte, Chairmang Michael Weatherhead and Ayn McCauley: Linda Crockett and Thomas Occhipintig Jeanne Callan and Dan Goffg and Muriel Mercier, Co-Chairman. Y W1 e. V ,li -, STUDENT INVOLVENT lllttfi gi-guihowtl' 0 jiiellc it Aquinas students found an empty wall and an inquiring mind mutually antagonistic. The result? A newly decorated tunnel with topics r a n g in g from Chardin through Carl Sandburg to Keokuk and E. E. Cummings. A " nigh '- ,gr-lb ,W i g ,245 N 'fy :ig The morning of Monday, Oct- ober 20, started just like every other grey Monday at Aquinas. At approximately e I e v e n a.m. the c a m p u s came to life with live b u I I h o r n sand announce- ments telling students to gather ...gi ff' -V 4 :iii fam We ,ww i all I in W in Wege Center Mall for an open discussion. The key-note of the discussion was Student Involve- ment! S t u d e n t s didn't attend classes in order to express their thoughts on the topic of discus- sion. -. " '?539ll' W'-'3 GIVE PEACE A CHANCE "This should not happen now, this should never have h a p p e n e d, this should never, happen again." War, the Vietnam War in particular, is being seriously questioned as a necessary evil. C o n c e r n e d citizens gather throughout the nation to listen in order to learn, to discuss in order to under- stand, and to pray in order to perse- vere. Inside the classroom as well as in the town square, all opinions are heard. No one perfect solution can be found, but the p e o p I e are very con- cerned. Throughout all the tu r m oi I there is one-ever-present plea: "Give peace a chance!" ' AR' N 105 f.. :si ' 21.15 - ,ma -K .5 s ,'p , lv .1 f vi A 5.4.-xx, .HC-.-. s'r7:','n' F' . , 4- .Zn I , 'TQ I Y in ww .M assi wyu H, X Q. 5gQ3,,:':Q1QW H i2 X535 YES? gl. Q ,exif P fri' ' s c J HALLOWEEN 1 '57 73 www iw 1 ,Ln POLISH NIGHT NGVEMBER13 For the best in Polish food and entertainment one hundred-fifty plus students were the guests of the newly formed Personnel Dean's Advisory Board. The menu included such delights as Polish sausage Golombki and all the fixings. Music was supplied by several St. Joe's Center residents, and the dancing included both polkas and, would you believe, horas. 3, us' .Irfan EL .Q s YQ. P W SG if .559 9 9 gl ...W wwlwmltl was an as Q", wagw 55' 1 Pista? Q' 13 'ref 'sr 5.3 if wx Q45 YU' X - i. W Ye Olde Polish Tattoo Parlor. Let's Polka! fi What the well dressed Polish kitchen crew wears wi 19 ","',:g f me H E , as ' -PM-41. ' :,,vu,,1, r Lj:""?FL 7 IP ' 52 - . H, Hr , I f LH V I h 1 ' " x 1 ,fl J' .E V ' :T- -.-glr wnlnuau. n -.. A.. wengan: 'iiiuwlll .- L.. .- nlmgellis nsmqnvl ... .,. f. smgnng fn-in-'Q .. - - ,L 1 5, 5 - H .Q li m'n. w ' x su fl wi . R Q vig. '. .rf ef 1 91. f w T1 :J .ssl fl pg, 'ima ,w , M53 - :A-.- M .q 4,,V.L f-'ft-5 P, i r A bell is only metal Until Someone sends out a sound And Someone hears And Someone answers. Michael David Myers :if if ,fi,,,k1,,:3i W 1 ' 5,f2,,,.1 Al-'f Bernie Tesnar entertains his audience with "Don't Understand." lchael Myers captures the imagination of his au- dience recalling his vacation in the West as Mike Kiefer and Greg Kelsch listen attentively. Five talented young men sponsored the pub- lication of a literary magazine entitled "Free Spir- it'i. The book includes poems of the five and a song written by Bernie Tesnar. During the first semester, they delivered a public reading of their work to an attentive audience in Regina Hall. Y tiger.. .- ' ,, . Y I- H isw--au :-: ,s:.'.'.",Q 'pw 'ii iii Q ii I jr", - H N, 'iiigrW,l"lk y5 5i+Qi'ik1i,- lil is H N iv Y!IrAgig J . . 1 in S Eig igfgse j z-i f -5: : i ii , , E35-J. -al W V iii.,- Awgftlgii 1 W , W P L , . T- 'VV 31,1-rs ' ' " ' I' ' Jg l vm -I: ' K if' FTM" ' "'.:-E.1,a ' E "' M I --,' 'F - '12 c- I' " . A. Y. - "Y .As if X ' '1- j:,g1.,.-1,:t-tl ,-L - ' A z L Lgkbgigxf A I Bygiig t .,., N -j' ' 'Q leg' ,, , me .mf -a .,u xv'-1 if-P , : I . A Greg Kelsch recollects "Our Salad Days." isirair - - in ii'. r 'F it it ' ' ' ' I l p .i i l ll S 'W l l l l ' ll' -H3 Fi r ' I ' All ill! ' 1 5 g:2:::i.:f iq I I X i Steve Fiorenzo invites students to pick up a copy of "The Free Spirit." INTRA- The intra-mural Football sea- son was over and the students of Aq assembled to rally behind the winning team. The Thursday Nite Club. The Student Commis- sion sponsored the second annu- al lntra-mural Homecoming Dance at Regina Hall. "The Out- burst" provided the jams in the recreation room while upstairs in the lo u n g e old Laurel and IVIURAL HOIVIECOIVIING Hardy m o vi e s entertained the troops. What's this? What do you mean "The White R a b b i t Re- turns to Aquinas"? The young men of St. Joe's quite faithfully hawked tickets to an event about which no one knew any- thing except those responsible for the planning of the Rabbit's Return. The evening before Thanks- giving v a c at i o n began, they sponsored a "simulated night- club". The Fi o b e r t s Ivory Trio provided music for the dancers. Brother Edmund and his troop- ers did a fantastic job. l QQYl'lillm,'l31N-Ill Master of Ceremonies Gene LaPorte officiates as Barb Morin crowns her successor, Mary Callan, 1970 Homecoming Queen. EBB TIDE The excitement of the Tom- mies'hairlinevictoryinthe Home- coming duelagainstOakland Uni- versity earlier in the day was sustained throughout the evening as the "Roberts lvory Trio" set the mood for Homecoming 1970 at the Morton House. The danc- ers enjoyed the diversity of the mellow sounds and revelled a- way much of the night. Senior Mary Callan reigned over the weekend festivities surrounded by her Court of class represen- tatives. l l Q llll Nl fx ll ll l Homecoming Court 1970: John Olivarez, Mary Tychyi, Jack Muriel Nlurcier, Mark MCCYGSGY, Sue Umidi- Hebert, Ann Zemba, Matt Burns, Mary Callan, Bill McCarty, x ,ji .V , a.. . 1 .Frk-, D A V 3 1 + V' 3' ' x , s 1, .4-, ' 5' y'.vQ1-15, K . , ,X v. . ,. N 33' Q X f 1 Q!!! S, V QFEHV' .Ig I 'Ea-5 1 -:J -1 ':::ff"'!':' ' 'z QW -.,,,-v 21.23 .53 ?-22:21--Q --"': awubg '!i1'7'g".W - V 41 N- .Q V,i1k:r..L, V 5 . 1, .. Vg. L. - ,,. f-V, I S , x LM I ,Y-, fxf, W f fi ' wwf . W - 'vi , Ib, .,--E:?7'f ' "L .135 1.5 Q.. B w' 6 ik 4'- I 5' E ,, is wi , 5 . wi M 1, f Q V 15, ' V54 1 'f CY' Q :"f .m ,,5 HM, 2 GUEST SPEAKERS Senator Philip A. Hart of Michigan visited Aquinas under the auspices of Phi Alpha Theta, the History honors society. The Senator fielded a variety of national and international questions in an informal session with students and faculty members in Wege Lounge. Thanks to Miss Gertrude Horgan, we had the privilege of welcoming lVlr. Donal McCartney as a guest speaker on campus. Professor McCartney of University College, Dublin, presented a lecture entitled "Barriers in Belfast" in which he detailed the historical roots of the religious strife in North- ern Ireland. Y.. 5Jf GF "PAPER LION" GEORGE PLIIVIPTON Not content to be a spectator, George Plimpton donned many a uniform in order to find out just exactly what makes profes- sional sports figures tick. In 1959, he fought Archie lVloor.e, which cost him a bloody noseg in 1960 he pitched to a lineup of major league Allstars. He played last string quarter- back forthe Detroit Lions. lt was this experiment that provided him with the background for his book, "Paper Lion" which sold over 100,000 copies. BONUS "NEW POLITICS" More than 1,000 students, faculty, and area residents listened to Julian Bond foretell of a revolutionary "New Politics" to be embraced by "the millions of people who believe with every sincerity that no one cares about them." .isa-f' -V'-' " , M, 5, le CHRISTMAS SHENANIGANS Ui it gi igigflgglfsia S-3 QE? Bernie Tesnar and Bob Van Stee show off their new Christmas presents while Ben Gibson pounds out "The Salvation Army Blues." l Julie Mix, Jan Herbertson and Mary Spreitzer keep their eyes open for "The Look of Love." Greg Pfent and Bernie Tesnar lead their audience through a "Winter Wonderland." CHRISTMAS CONCERT AND ENSEIVIBLE The Music Department delivered their annual entertaining concert this Yuletide season. Under the direction of lVlr. Kamyszek, they chanted har- monious religious hymns such as "Canticle of Praise" and an arrangement of "Ave Maria." The audience delighted to the seasonal sounds of the novelty songs "Holly Jolly Christmas" and "Fruit Cake." The Ensemble added to the enjoyment with their Christmas offerings including "Sleigh Ride" and "A Christmas Suite" under the supervision of lVlr. Emerson. SANTA VISITS AQUINAS , . .. sl ii. , ,iggigif Q df? Giovanno Ferro entertains Santa as he listens to Christy Lancaster and Terry Grywalski as they whisper their Christ- mas lists to him. , fm '5 rf ll ll i l l "And Santa we'll need a new car because l totaled the other one over Thanksgiving vacation." This year's Santa Claus won the hearts in a comical manner from all the Christmas Carols in Regina Hall at the annual Christmas party. Only one to a customer! 'Hope Santa isn't reading the Aquinas Fiscal Report to Sister Ann Justin! .,1-Wg f is . - ll r f:,V" " i ' 155 lui' ZIV '. ' wie mfisiwas sfvfn lt' ff- li 1: T 1 llfj T i it ii iFa?fE .Ten , it Santa sent this picture all the way from the North Pole. He said he snapped it just before he stuffed each stocking with coal. Watch it, Santa! "LITTLE SHEBAH COME BACK The success of the deliberate nostalgia of the sets matched the powerful performance of Roberta Zimber as the grieving Lola Delaney. Mike O'Brien's perceptive interpretation of the dis- integrating Doc Delaney complemented that of lVliss Zimber and the result was an extremely re- warding theatrical experience. REEF '-..' its QYWTZQ ,NNT l l it Egfr is-N Q it l L i N I 'Q l ll Z - . 4 l ,iii , , si , am- Y i l t We " E A-si W . .5 W i et: f l it ' 1:7 Y - gram-Ya X. ,rig Y gi he ,Le sus. - N :wif 5-at ll l. 1-tissillj ll ll. it li Y .y iii- ' ' L : ff' - A - H 53 ' - ' lligiyl ,. , ff ,EE J F' fl ' ji 'l 2? l l " '- W. ,, Ji 'ge 7:5 Jil I' Y I ., , , i, ,ar A BAL! W A, Yi lilf'gl"fr ii L ' l. N' ' H ill 'ir 'V 'vgv YLE ' . it . ,l K 553 5 -1 . Q , , ff: ,r i -tailgate ,eg ,. l use -K H X 7, V l. l 155 5 gg E My rt 5: are l it il .-7 "PLAYBOY" Under the sensitive guidance of Director lVIr. ing Of William lnQG'S "Playboy Of the Western Gary Konow, the Aquinas Honors' Production ac- WOrld." cepted and surmourited the challenge by the stag- SELF-STU DY Few colleges in the country have been chal- lenged to re-create themselves. Aquinas has. This process involves intensive examination of all as- pects of Aquinas life and offers opportunities for participation to any member of the college com- munity. The Self-Study reflects the desire of A President Norbert Hruby to see that Aquinas is indeed a community of student-scholars and that this community embrace not only all members of the college, but members of the surrounding urban areas as well. ill ilu: tiffany! s if-"""'ir Z., X 4 , Y-api. 2,3195 -2 1 r - Q Y, .wigs - -,,. Last January the Aquinas Self-Study hosted the second visit of the Advisory Board which in- cluded Dr. John F. A. Taylor, university professor at Michigan State Universityg Dr. Nevitt Sanford, national expert on higher educationg Reverend Carl Hangartner, Chairman of Higher Education at St. Louis Universityg Dr. Ann Heiss, professor of Higher Education at Berkeleyg and Robert Black- burn, professor of Higher Education at University of Michigan. These educators were both involved parties in the discussions and also served as an impartial tribunal reviewing the Study's progress. "1-G E fits. Dr. John Taylor discusses his impressions of the community with the sisters. Aquinas l suing.. Terry Kulka speaks his mind to the Learning Resources and Theory Group members. Ann Day listens to Reverend Carl Hangartner's suggestions about dorm life. l "llf?'S!Q'a ll. . l"' .572 l "', ' l i . l l i i i l 1 5 I f Board of Trustee members, lay and religious faculty and students attended the Saturday sessions. 9 ATHLETICS TENNIS Under the direction of Miss Lenore Kalenda, the Women's Tennis Team practices daily, improving their agility and smooth delivery against all op- ponents. This year, in addition to their regular matches, the team is greatly augmenting their schedule which includes con- tests with Hope and Olivet as well as Central Michigan Uni- versity. The lVlen's Team hopes to have another great year. Last season they won the State Cham- pionship and a trip to the Na- tionals in Kansas City where they finished 8th in the nation. t iii : Z ,, ,V Z, , li - - ,fsa-f - ' i Annie Leddy serves. . . Laura Lentz volleys Tennis Team: First row: Patti Blaesser, Laura Lentz, Annie Leddy. Second row: Katen Dunn, Leigh Ann Smith, Ann Day Carol Kijek, Peggy Bigane, Patty McNally. 1 2 u u u Nw 'W 'H SX' l, Hu, 1 "HV Www v 1, "' . m"WMv 'W wif M, x N. I . N , N ,A .M 2335 V -V .gh 71:-,J "T rf. if 5 This year intramural football took on a new aspect of play- flagg football. The concensus a- bout flagg football when com- pared with "touch" football, the style of play over the past few years, was that the former great- ly improved all aspects of the game. The m atc h e s became m o r e competitive and much more fun for both participant and spectator. By a quirk of scheduling cir- cumstances, the league's top two te a m s, the Thursday Nite Club and the Cobras, did not meet until the last day of the season. After the Cobras took a 12-0 lead into the second half of the g am e the T.N.C. came back to score twice with less than a minute to play to take an exciting 20-12 championship. I-IVI FOOTBALL r . GOLF Last year the Golf Team brought home a fine scheduled earlier, rumor has it "the golf team got record and several of the members won personal the shaft!" awards in matches. This season, with final exams fr s ill Ji Jack Hebert Mike Kernicki Jack Flautt I Wmww Rick B Jack H Q 1 LJ as roomham, Jack Flautt, Mike Kernicki, Mr. Richard McCormick, Chuck Flapolevich, Greg Alksnis. Not pictured: Terry Doyle, ebed. V 4 .ii ,Wyi -vg:W!?... Gloria Triervveiter Chris Lee Debby Hansen Donna Cox Jeannette Matsco, Captain EF nw Patti Blaesser Annie Leddy l ! 1 I , I '17, N . 'jx Q - Qi, . ,H 5 ,U 453-,W - .,A5,,g, ,fig-:N - I-'Y . , ' ,' 'f -' -J . - - - yQ.:,J,L- 1,-L.,Tfv , - f - ,w H 155.3 i, , n I ff ,,-,LL 'F H - .Biff -- 1' 1 I ,TV V ,N l 5 iggu ,,,,: Nancy Clark Cindy 30fdYl L3 The Tommle totem pole leads the boys on to Jeanne Callan I , I' , A.- V--. H -' PT. L- 'Q 1 y rim i igieweaw i TRACK AND FIELD ha 1' W ' , fe- w" X i A , , J i V - -ie: . f-1 U S :,w5sg.r1-.. J J, n .Q ri H-ef sing. i, it it ,ir lg rr it it it if YAY AEI- ,, H' f" 1 ' '-25-' -- 1 1 i- saws" ini '69mwi.."'..,the If 9- The Aquinas cindermen have made good showings in their first two meets against some of the best competition in the midwest. Bottom row: Dan Measday, Bob Walters, Ken Flesch, Al Olivarez, Jim Empie, Mike Deveraux and coach John Flaminio. Middle row: Mark Arnold, Lenny Messing, Wayne Stefanich, Mike DePauw, Vince Oliver and John Oleck. Top row: Jeff Lyon, Chuck Curry, Mike Harig, Herb Dunmore, and Doug Hauk. CROSS-COUNTRY John Oleck, -Lenny Messing, Wayne Stefanich, Doug Hauk, John Flaminio, Coach: Mike Devereaux and AI Olivarez, co- captains. 14 E ' f"?If 3175 ' Ifsii- 'H' - 'L i ' ff" 24257 ff' -3 L -4 ' P fi, ,-4' N v wi 'W L 'N fy ff .2 Y IVIEET THE TOMS Under the direction of new coaches Phil Kah- ler and Don Purvis, the Aquinas Tommies put it all together for the new regime. Co-captains Pat Ryan and Bob Pratt supplied the floor leadership, with Ryan the backbone of the defense and Pratt the floor general. Tom VanPortfleet led the offense, aided by notable contributions from starters George Kopko and Mark Simons. The season held many exciting moments in- cluding the one point Homecoming victory over Oakland and the last second one point loss to Ka- lamazoo. The Tommies reflected the cares of their coaches as they ran from a disciplined offensive pattern and concentrated on aggressive defense, both dependent upon the presence of Senior Pat Ryan in the pivot. Ryan himself set a personal record in becoming the first Aquinas cager to score over 1,000 points and pull down over 1,000 rebounds during his career. Co-captains Bob Pratt and Pat Ryan discuss strategy with their coaches. - self- -an - 1 Pi f 'f-I ' E ' 'A A Clockwise: Jim Clark, Frank Carrico, Pat Ryan, Co-Captaing Co-Captain. Center: Mr. Don Purvis and Mr. Philip Kahler, Mark Simons, Tom Van Port Aiet, Jim Welch, Dan Van Tiem, Coaches. John Chronowski, George Kopko, Tom Lefere, Bob Pratt, And now meet Pat Ryan! A four year veteran, this year Ryan jammed points through the hoop at the rate of 16.6 per game and snared 14.2 re- bounds per game. On January 31, Pat scored his 1,000th career Ryan puts up an easy lay-up for two! Larry Edsall of the Grand Rapids Press presents Pat with the game ball of February 14. Q . .l LA: 'I point. Three weeks later on February 14, he grabbed his 1,000th career rebound, making him the first Aquinas player to achieve these double honors. Hats off to Pat and the rest of the team who finished the season with a 16-8 record. Pat pulls down Number 1,000 against Niles of- Chicago. Ryan's achievements, are appreciated with a standing ovation from the Aquinas fans. . 14 4 " Cliff i it 'Y vw M"RX' ii 'N "3'3F' 'L f ... 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Alright! This isn't handball! k: S 5 . 1 f-v""' I 1. ,NN i Bucket by Pratt! Whitey up for two! I4 JUNICJR VARSITY Aquinas Freshman Basketball received a big boost this year as the Tommie newcomers re- corded a fine winning season against the stiffest competition ever. The nine-man squad under Coach Don Purvis had fine depth and earned the title of the best freshman team at Aq. They recorded victories over Ferris and Grand Rapids J.C. and came very close to taking highly-regarded Central Michigan. Gary Sovey and Larry Schaefer led the talented quintet along with Terry Robertson and a host of others on a team that could depend on its heroes. Q -1' iF-it f W up it ii , get L, ,SQ ,, 1, : ' '-" I' ai-ai .-C L' Elf " ft 'Q' I ' ,1 ,5.,: Alf - 'QM ' t 'iavsirvf .T 1. it,?5f' . rise My 4' 53- i i 3' ' ' I 4 N If A: ' ig : 9.7 T. 1 ,ga-gf A . A, r it li., i. f X tr ff EE f iimjtlsiii 7 - ,AQ 5 -"" i' I r , . , , .aw .1 5 .- ' 5 + ,r V ' ' 1 it Q 'V ,r f WJ J ' ' V l 'SS' I , ' , rw . , ry. 1 . , ,n f . ...,.. .. - F, f, W. li . V . .. I 'rw i. V 5? ,-, . , ,, . H" " -',, .ar as my-Qs. i , , ., ' A gill. i in . . 5 J-1, V V J fm.. ie... .. 'Gr ,. r it .2 1 A l ,sf 4 .gr ,Q , 'Mi f ,ii 22, i ti "wlwr ,lit i yr,-ii my . ,i , 1. ,H J it xx - 1970' Junior Varsity: Dave Luber, Dick Howell, Paul Nist, Pat Frawley, Frank Brechbiel, Gary Sovey, Terry Robertson, 150 i- ,rp 1 ,T ,il ill 4 il 4 if i X- fvse Q-f ,.,. ., W Q ...- K Q: - 1 5 R .ii ri H 'X , ri ! , v i vi. , ,X ..,,.. ,A , . 7-755 ,W Dave Coleman, Larry Schaefer, and Don Purvis--Coach. x E ' r - ui Pg, 'E . 11' rim, if 5 1 - .Bryn - -- i x LL ,-.,-..-gy. , . fl-F fl - ': , :ef r Gary Sovey Dave Luber Frank Brechbiel Paul Nist ' -' --x D 4 ' I 1. -SA Q A 2 iff 'Hg '-'75 '1'.'I' Ef f if B5 I fe' . f igi s f 4 'Iii iff' ,. ADMINISTRATION The Aquinas College Administration operates Administrative Council. Other school officers re on a bureaucratic chain of command. The Presi- port to the Deans and President and assist in col dent, Personnel Deans, Academic Dean and the lege business and affairs. Business and Financial Manager constitute the -mai Dr. Norbert Hruby, President and John O'Connor, Di- Daniel H. Pilon, Director of Financial Aids and Paul Nelson, rector of Business and Finance. Assistant Academic Dean. .LI I . is II at -F 53" 'Ei X I III ' ,, I I I I mai. II I . I I, KIWI- II I fi 1 c ' i,- ox. .bf ww- Sister Anne Keating, O.P., Academic Dean Assistant Sister Judith Ann Barber, O.P.g Registrar. Professor of History. 'l54 ,a. 1 t I !l"... "' Thomas E. Deschaine, Dean of Men PERSONNEL DEANS The Personnel Deans are an important part of the Student Personnel Service. They are re- sponsible forthe residence halls, assist social organizations, deal with discipline problems and en- courage scholastic achievement. lVlr. Deschaine and Miss Jen- nings are available at any time to discuss problem areas and to help students to better under- stand the responsibilities of col- lege life and work. Elizabeth J. Jennings, Assistant Professor of English and Dean of Women. ll ift V .' f Iv ,IQ IIQZMII. at It 2 pill? , ff'I' F.,M:i I J. 156 I 52? I ENGLISH Above left: Joan Tyndall Crandall, Instructor Left: Joseph McNamara, Instructor: and Her- bert Martin, Assistant Professor. .-r, ,ug sus Q- Above left: Sister Aquin Gallagher, Professor. Below left: Sister Marybride Ryan, Professor. Below: Andrew Jefchak, Instructor. 'X , Q , ::1'F- 3 P' -v. -0. ' l ' ' M, -"1 . 'I P ... ,Q --,. 'Q - sv- ' V, ,kufkg Q --.., , I 1 ,. T-LW: -'eyi!,..,4- Q 4, .li Z 6 ' Y o ' .- .-2 4, ., X - V - 2: fizflfkh . . 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Y s:,....f.,. q, -11:52, ' ff"'. . siiifii 1M 2. . vxswsfisewsfh P: LLL' 'H' . llz " sf 1 Y , ' I-Adfsjl. Above left: Gertrude Horgan, Professor. Left: Frederick Ber- nard, Associate Professor. Above: Sister Jean Milhaupt, Pro fessor and Chairman. -4 7' l " lgiqj-iww Q . , L4-t Above: Sister Lois Schaffer, Chairman. Below: Ronald G. Watson, Instructor in Art. ART Above: Larry J. Blovits, Assistant Professor of Art Below Winifred A. Lutz, Instructor in Art. Q Q., .-X Rf i HISTORY From Russia to the Far East, from the earliest dates in west- ern civilization to contemporary history, the course offerings are all inclusive and provide the stu- dents with a solid background ' for further explorations of an- -- as cient, medieval, and contempo- rary ideas. ...,...2S5f"e,,-1 Dr. Leo W. Graff, Associate Professor ,re avail Sister Marie Joseph Ryan, instructor Dr. Rodger A. Remington, Associate Pro fessor 4 , Sister Marie Heyda, Associate Professor Sister Mona Schwind, Assistant Professor lf 1. fr: if YS:-? ' kwa' ua 3.1.19- g,c:"".--'L ' P" ' Sister Mary Brendan Donovan, Assistant Professor Lewis Clingman, Professor 161 MUSIC Above: Sister M. Kevin McLaughlin Professor and Chairman. Below: Eu- gene Hopkins, Associate Professor. QQ, Above: Sister Suzanne Eichorn, Assis- tant Professor. Below Left: Sister Henry Suzo Lerczak, Instructor. Below Right: Edward Klass, Assistant Professor. F f : F" .... ?g, - -,. , 355-T V4 Aw 1: I' I Fiifttige 'S t' V ' is i . r is gy. r 4 W Father Stephen Jurasko, Associate Professor of Theology. Father Joseph Morris, Assistant Professor of Theology. THEOLOGY ft., f 'T Father Philip Hanley, Chairman. Associate Professor of Theology. Father Michael Burke, Chaplain. Instructor in Theology. V Sister Amata Fabbro, Assistant Professor of Theology. Father Jerome Kennedy, Assistant Professor of Theology. Father John Hart, Associate Professor of Theology. 165 BUSINESS-ECONOMICS .- ---- ll ev-?1l,,,+:h 1 it ll' l . aw :warg ll 5? A gl iw' Above left: Thomas R. Blaising, and right, Gary L. Robertson, Instructors in Business Administration. Right: Pauline Mason Bom- brys, Instructor in Accounting. A Ei .., - B, ., . Above left: Charles A. Leik, Instructor in Eco- nomics. Above right: Dr. Ralph J. Bennett, Chairman. Below: Kenneth J. Marin, Associate Professor of Economics ion leave of absencel. PHYSICAL EDUCATIGN Mrs. Betty Taylor, Assistant. Lenore Kalenda, Assis- tant Professor John Flaminio, Instructor Philip I. Kahler, Assistant Professor and Athletic. Director Don Purvis, Instructor i 'I67 3 'W"'tTx1 f - ' ' , ffttsvr,-f.7'i"3 w' , -1 5 , . - 91 at- 'V M , . 2 . : . , ,.,.,..- .. fy -1 r rf: .Wy 1 4 dl 7 .9 pt., Jr l J gt 5.5531 ,,:,..:1 - ,- , . f 'Z-F-.-EWS . .,,a-t-- yr,-,-lm. m.3,M1 5 4-. . x Q1 . ls. 1 ,- 3, i-H iff 1 . V ...Ex iif Us , . r, -- as ' "Misa: Qu , V My . . K i ' O I I . W 4 if 411- -2 l 1 W+ LANGUAGE Proficiency, sharpness, pa- tience, and hard work are qual- ities necessary in the delicate field of t e a c h i n g a language. Long hours of guidance and per- sonal consultation on the part of the instructor coupled with the excellent facilities of the lan- guage laboratory make it possi- ble for students to attain an ap- preciation of foreign languages and traditions. f 'Q' Fla". ,. f ff 4 ri H-1.faf .. sa .gtgfi ' :'f.'1i1f? " 'r"' . ' , f: -. -'-V '1"- r f Q3.,e!,m""" ln-'ii-5 .I .'.fI"m 'A- d' ,B M.. ,. , ti 7 9, ag .F -,1 A -wa, A ,-,Zi 'Neg ' r I ,,"5z?".5t'S A ,'3 9. , ' G . 3, r' .r -' F .. i-ew, l 51-if A595 .1 if A T is ' 1, 4 ' ' " J " - iwllaiy f 1' ' . -',N'T' - ' iz' -,F ' Q P ' 'f . fz, , ,wil --117 ' 2-2 -V "" ' . -. ,wax 1 in nf: L? H J t. N, H ,5.'f'fL ', Yi 4, I '? , .. fa: ' , wat' .- '-5' . Y ' 'il l Y '. -r ,.ffa5f+f '1.,':-":-f"'-f A :il eg, . -Q , . 1 . 'VP . gl '-Nimpl, "'Z.,,,r""l"-1'yl,,l'i, All . HM,-N: , in . A ,Q i ,l 'J H ,.., fl ' V X I- W. , 3-1, - ,..., -f g tri "-ef A- 'Q ' ixea '. - "' -' 1 Q 6 M . .,..., i H ii X' W zo' K. 4 :Ji aft .F-1 'Ls " " 5 4 'IA' ' 1. ' F, . 3. ,1 X.. , '51-gl .3 Q .. 4' if 'W '?-itfi Alexander Callaghan, Span. 8- German, Lecturerg Saturnino Helen Bolger, O.P., French, Associate Professor, Celine Rodriguez, Span., Instructor, Sister Thomasine Bugala, O.P., Leon, French, lnstructorg Sister M. Norbert Vangsness, O.P., German Instructor, Michael C. Keller, French, lnstructorg Chmn.,Lang.,Associate Professor. Sister Wanda Ezop, O.P., Latin, Assistant Professorg Sister -I. F' .Nj 'x PHILOSOPHY X? Sister Teresa Houlihan, Associate Professor. Robert Leisey, Instructor. PSYCHOLGGY Lee Jacokes, Assistant Professor. James L. Cooper, Instructor. George LaMountain, Associate Professor. SOCIOLOGY I I ,gm I-I ' O IG-"I"1' L'i':? J Q x T:i74" ' zt , I. ' I as ss .' . Qrwe- -fs. Zv- I Q sf ' I7i2.'QQ jf - fmf.. ti :dr3iJ':'I I- I it , . W--as ,4 Y .., f 5371531 'x'R9?99I."" : : NME ...,..., 1 .,4 , E L --.QQ-E K' ,sbs ll: 5.5" SOCIOLOGY: Eugenie Colaco, Instructor, Wil- liam A. Maesen, instructor, Irwin Miller, Asso- ciate Professor, Sister Mary James Rau, As- sociate Professor, Chairman. ,sw AY ,v N49' I Sister Carolyn Ehr, O.P., Assistant Professorg Sister Mary Martens, O.P., Chmn, Associate Professor The teaching of Mathematics requires professional guidance and a willingness on the part of the instructor to work with stu- dents seeking solutions to com- plex problems. The curriculum in Mathematics is designed to develop and sharpen the preci- sion and accuracy of the stu- dents. lt enables in qgu i rin g minds to think conceptually and prepare themselves for a prom- ising career in the field. MATHEMATICS Alan A. Heisler, Assistant Professor Craig A. Kalicki, Instructor I x V 1 SCIENCES QP J '- VE K V gi 1' , . sg. .. D I' , nl F si' 'Ps'7""- lg Q fr' iw 2 Qfiq Qi Effie cr 415 'if 7 ' '55' , - fl f J 2235!-'Jas 'wif' ' 153' 'E H Richard D. McCormick, Associate Professor of Chemistry: Charles R. Frydrych, instructor in Physicsg Dr. John A. Poje, Chairman, Professor of Chemistryg Sister Jean Paul Tilmann, Instructor in Geographyg Dr. Frederick L. Bouwman, Chairman, Professor of Biologyg Sister Helen LaVaIley, Associate Professor of Chemistryg John A. Potchen, Associate Professor of Physics. 5:66 mi 5 Y Fi Sister Alice Wittenbach, Instructor in Biology Eugene W. Smith, Associate Professor of Biology ig G. John E. Bellardo John T. Teusink, Instructor in Biology 4 EDUCATION The Education Department prepares the stu- dents for professions as teachers in both the ele- mentary and secondary levels. Sr. Bernetta Zeitz, Chairman of Elementary Education, Prof. Sr. Harriet Sanborn, Chairman of Secondary Education, Prof. Sr. Elizabeth Eardley, Asst. Prof. Sr. Diane Dehn, Inst. 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