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NATIONA 1. The Battle of Chicago — Police rout a throng of hip- pies and yippies as they try to clear Grant Park in Chi- cago during the Democratic National Convention. 2. Blonde, 18-year-old Judith Ann Ford, of Belvidere, Illi- nois, was crowned Miss America of 1969 by the outgo- ing Miss America, Oebra Dene Barnes. 3. A brace of plow mules pulls the farm wagon bearing the casket of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. along its funer- al procession route in Atlanta. King was shot to death April 4th in Memphis, Tennessee. 4. This is how it looked at the Finish Line of the Kentucky Derby with Dancer ' s Image crossing first. Dancer ' s Image was disqualified, however, and Forward Pass, shown at center, was declared the big winner. 5. Bobby Unser, Albuquerque, New Mexico, stands up in his racer in the Victory Circle after winning the Indian- apolis 500 mile Speedway race in a record speed of 152.88 miles per hour. 6. Richard M. Nixon holds a presidential seal presented to him by one of his daughters after his election victory. His daughter, Patricia, is behind him. EVENTS WB«liN ' " f ' ■ " ' successful Apollo 7 mission with three astro- likdHMPxtiiOi " " ' aboard, the United States followed in December iMIMl ' ' " ' ' " ' " " ■ ' ' ' ' " ' " ™ ' ' ' " ' " ' ' ' ' bistory by soaring into orbit around the moon. . „, Uj, ' ' • ' " fliagfaii shows the path of the Apollo 8 In suc- cessfully achieving lunar orbit and then returning to " cessfully achieving lunar orbit and then returning to I " " j Earth. .|i„ ). Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts eulogizes ■ ' ' ' ..y, his slain brother during funeral service for Senator W " ' Robert F. Kennedy in St. Patricks Cathedral in New York. President and Mrs. Johnson listen at lower right. ' ' w DWi ! ' ■ ' ' " ' ° ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' P ' ' " " ° ' ° " ' " " " ' " ' ' I rjhs « ' ' " " ' " " ' " " ' ' " ' ' ' " " ' " " ° ' ' " " ' " " ' ' fc }i stadium in St. Louis. Two runs were driven in arid the HdW " " " - ' i Detroit Tigers went on to beat the St. Louis Cardinals. 1, Student sit-ins got their share of publicity In 1968 - t , photo shows Columbia University students during a j ' demonstration in April. il his aerial view shows supporters of the Poor People ' s Campaign nngmg the reflecting pool and wading into is waters as they gathered in June at the Lincoln lemorlal. At right is Resurrection City. a . j — HA- A v ' ,i) .0 - . - " . .o6 J ' 0 LP N- " - i:. SUMMA ' 69 The Falcon, a symbol of power, courage and strength, is a fitting symbol of Atjuinas High School. Published by the ASBA, Aquinas High School San Bernardino, California Catholic School Press Association Quill and Scroll International Honor [ournalism Society Contents Faculty 11 f -mmJt :;L0 Clubs 47 Sports 69 Administration 5 Classes 17 Activities 59 1 17 GOVERNORS, TEACHERS, SPIRITUAL PASTORS AND MASTERS. . . .The Book of Common Prayer We Aquinas Men feel deeply grateful that in the span of his brief but productive life, Father Richard J . Kinsella passed our way. We have been enriched by his earthly life. Integrity, compassion, and love of God are a few of the lessons that we learned from this noble man. He had the unique and magnificent faculty of being able to temper ruthlessness with understanding. Few men are so gifted. Our hearts are heavy and our eyes are dimmed with the trace of a tear, but it is with fond memories that we dedicate this issue of the SUMMA to a distinguished professor, a dedicated churchman, and a Christian gentleman. . . Father Richard J. Kinsella. We are proud to have called him Father, teacher, friend. REVEREND Richard J. Kinsella Dedication ,59 At daily mass in the chapel Watching over his flock Foreward In the somewhat distant but not forgotten past, Aquinas High ' California die abvmdant and suo-kissed orange :;roves. This was in 1955 when Aquinas e dfiflB jeophyte doors to the young jn«n of the vast county of San Bernardino. At that tiine ' Rosa was i ' flec ling subjjh ' b ' Jt £;. cradled beneath the t awe Sfe mountains. That was fourteeit yeajs anxlalevpn graduating classes ago. j ' ■ ir V,- ' " ■ " ' ■ ' " v? ■ ■ ' - ■ ' • ,i • ' ' - -- ' Today only thejasSjestic mountains remain as Aquinas High School issuirpunded by 4% . .ttractiW iesi- - ' ■ ' " l-- " - ' ? - ■ , ' • " ' . J ■ ' •■ ' • ■ dehtijiJPSjea ' an4 sp ' S ld shopping complexes. The aromatifc ditrus g ves that brought -vv afth aftij ' progfess to this community are but a dim afid idyllic memory. ■ . .• • ;■■ :■. . ■-. .. il? ■ This isSfe of the SUMMA pays tribute to Ijie pa f djj lntes the future. We iiOnor our foundiiig fathers •v - ' - W •■ -v and at the same time .gh encomittrrulB our present professorate, wlw are guidiag»jl? in the ways of light and truth. The quintessence of these remarks would seem to be that we are proud to call ourselves Aquinas men. f i .. ■ ■ %.. ADMINISTRATION ttli ffid ,J jlXl l ' . n The calm before the storm Bishop Of San Diego THE MOST REVEREND Francis]. Furey, D.D. , Ph. D. , I.L. D. Auxiliary Bishop THE MOST REVEREND John R. Quinn, D.D.,S.T.L. Superintendent Of Schools THE VERY REVEREND John A. Dickie Principal Of Aquinas High School Dean Of Students REVEREND Charles F. Devine THE VERY REVEREND Robert J. Nagler Guidance Director REVEREND John F. Pomis Secretaries Principal ' s Office Mrs . Marge Chandler Business Office Mrs. Marge Eiswerth Librarian Mrs. Jacqueline Schneider Staff Dietitian Mrs. Nice Ciabattini Maintenance Engineers Mr. Edward Casey The jack-of-all-trades of Aquinas is Mr. Ed Casey. As electrician, carpenter, and locksmith, Mr. Casey keeps everything working smoothly. Mr. Roy Lanthrip The new custodian is Mr. Roy Lanthrip. He not only keeps the classrooms clean but also gives the students a pleasing atmosphere in which they can further their endeavors in their educational pursuits. Mr. Charles Ross The campus is kept well intact vegetationally as Mr. Charles Ross faithfully waters, fertilizes, cuts, and trims the plant life at Aquinas. 10 FACULTY ¥ Mr. Felipe de la Cruz The head of the Spanish Department is Mr. Felipe de la Cruz. He teaches Cycle Spanish, Spanish I and II. In his Spanish classes, Senor de la Cruz enlightens his students with informa- tion of their Spanish heritage. Father Charles Devine Father Devine is the new Dean of Students. Besides being Dean of Student Activities, he also instructs Latin III and Religion II. IMU; tkee 1 Faculty row latisitj Mr. John Hough Mr. Hough has taken over the position as Athletic Director. He is the Var- sity Football and Wrestling coach. He teaches the Seniors Civics, the Soph- omores Drivers Education, and acts as the Senior Moderator. 12 ) swDeano: heilsiiAicG ian. Through these hallowed halls pass the teachers, the doors of knowledge Father Earl La Riviere In his tenth year at Aquinas, Father La Rivere teaches English III and IV. He not only assists in the counseling department, but he also presides over and directs the Chess and Mono- gram Clubs. Father Leo Lanpliier Father Lanphier teaches Latin II, Religion I and Communication . ' rts. He moderates the Pep Club and the Freshmen class. Aside from these duties, Father Lanphier directs the Actornauts in their very successful plays. Mr. Robert Larsen Mr. Larsen teaches Life Science, Senior Trigonometry and Algebra II, He coaches both winter and spring sports, " B " Basketball andJ.V. Baseball. Mr. Larsen also moderates the Key Club. Mr. Alexander Merriam Mr. Alexander Merriam is eiijoying his second year at Aquinas. His schedule this year includes Math 9, Algebra I and Geometry. Father Robert Nagler Besides his intricate post as Principal, Father Nagler finds time to teach Math 10. 1 Fa FatlierPoi Diptaoi, Frend E. Devine, i Attore ( Father George Oiler Father Oiler instructs the upper division Theology classes. He also finds time to moderate the campus service club, Sigma Phi Pi. • .R(k Father Nagler takes his turn in patrolling the campus. 14 ] « J! Priicipali Mtotead Father John Pomis Father Pomis serves as the Guidance Director. He teaches French I and French II. He along with Father Devine, makes up the Principal ' s Advisory Committee. He is also the National Honor Society Moderator. Mr. Hough takes over a pep rally A ri Mr. Joseph Reid Mr. Reid is the head of the upper division Science Department. He instructs the Juniors and Seniors in Chemistry and Physics. He also coaches the Varsity and J.V. Tennis teams at Aquinas. Mr. Frank Russell Mr. Russell teaches lower division English. In his extracurricular activ- ities, Mr. Russell finds time to be the Journalism Club moderator and faculty advisor. He also moderates the Junior Holy Name Society. 15 MR. ANDREW SMITH Mr. Smith lectures classes in U. S. History and Politi- cal Systems. Mr. Smith is the Junior class moderator and the Freshmen Basket- ball coach. MR. STEVEN TAYLOR In liis first year at Aquinas, Mr. Taylor is a very busy educator. He cultivates the minds of Aquinas Men in the studies of Earth Science and World History. He leads the Falcons on as he coaches Varsity Basketball. He also coaches Varsity Baseball. Mr. Larsen explains the principles of trigonometry. 16 ) SENIORS RICHARD LEO BARBOUR JOHN S. BERNDT DAVID S. BURBACK MARCEL P. CHERPIN DAVID JOSEPH CLARKE BILL CQCCHIA TOM CORCOVELOS 18 MICHAEL A. DeSANTOS ANDREW DONLON THCUilH BRAD DUGAN OFFICERS Pres. Dave Burback Vice-Pres. Bob O ' Connor Sec. Bill Lemann Treas. Wayne Elder WA TSFE A. ELDER JAMES EICHENBERG FRANCIS E. EVERARD 19 JERRY L. FRIELING The Friends and Relations play to a capacity crowd at the SENIOR DANCE in February. MARK DONALD GARDNER SENIORS initiate Frosh during Frosh-Senior Week. RICHARD S. GINO TOM GUIDICE 20 CHARLES R. HICKEY JS.CINO . .- IvUCHAEL HOLMES Those SENIORS seen here were involved with Varsity BasketbaU this year at Aquinas. From tlie left: Skip Barbour, Mike DeSantos, Mark Gardner, Mike Riddell, Larry Kennedy and Ron Lovas. mdsM LARRY J. KENNEDY CHARLES KRAMER 21 BILLC. LEMANN DAVID LOTT RONALD LOVAS JOHN LUTTRINGER MICHAEL F. MANNING CRAIG A. MALENSEK Senior counselors Fatliers Oiler, LaRiviere, Pomis and class moderator John Hough discuss Grad Nite . KEITH W. MEYER GEORGE MOORE 22 MOCRI STEPHEN P. NEYSES ROBERT J. O ' CONNOR 23 ( PATRICK J. PAVLIAN GENE PULTE JOSEPH A. RADZIK DA Senior members of MARK RAFTER CARLOS PASILLAS RAMIREZ varsity football team Back row: Dave Subben, Skip Barbour, Mark Gardner, Carlos Ramirez, Tom Corcovelos. Front row: Bob O ' Connor, Andy Donlon, Brad Dugan, Bob Vecchetti, and Pat Pavlian. DAVID P. RAMIREZ The Geoff s finished second in intramural football, Senior division. Back row: Hichenberg, Elder, Shearer, Lemann; Front row: Torres, Moore, Radzik. JAMES RICHARDSON The Two Way Taps dominated the intramurals during the Fall. The Seniors pictured are back row: Jolin Luttringer, Mike DeSantos, Larry Kennedy; front row: Dick Gino, Craig Malensek, Steve Neyses, Dave Burba ck. The Bennie Boys, a Senior intramural team, perform with great expedience. MICHAEL T. RIDDELL DENNIS SHEARER MIKE STANTON JAMES STINE DAVID ROBERT STUBBEN Editorial Class of ' 69 As you probably know. Seniors are alive and well at Aquinas. The Senior class, probably one of the best classes to ever pass through the halls of this institution, is now enjoying the fruits of their efforts over the past three years. Recently, the Seniors were granted the privilege of leaving campus during the noon period. This venture would make past administrations shudder; the very idea of allowing 49 seventeen-year old boys free to do as they pleased completely unsupervised for forty minutes! On the contrary, this administration and the Senior class deserve a bit nwre understanding and trust than prior alumni. With the cooperation of the Student Council, the Administration, and members of the Senior class, the OFF-CAMPUS program is now in its third week and going strong! The Class of ' 69 has brightened the home of the Falcons for over 3 years. So, as upp er classmen, we would like to offer a bit of advice. The key to success and a good reputation such as we have right now is cooperation. We learned to accept cooperation when we were Freshmen as the only means of attaining our goals. Now we have the leadership, privileges, and respect that we justly deserve. To all under classmen, take heed to these words; and to the Adnfiinistration and the ntembers of the faculty, we say " THANKS! " Sincerely, David Burback President of the Senior Class ' 69. The above editorial appeared in the November 1968 edition of the FALCON. It expresses wide range sentiments of the SENIOR class. JOSEPH EDWARD TORRES 26 ■- . iTKE ROBERT ANTHONY VECCHETTI SALVADOR ]. ' NIGUEZ BRL N A. ZEINER 27 The noon hour for the se niors is a time for thei r doing and going wherever they waul. JUNIORS " : .,J Barger, G. Barsotti, R. Boyle, G. Brigandi, J . Cisneros, R. Collazo, B. ji.aiUt. DeForge, J. Dinise, S. AVAILABLE Dixon, B. Doran, T. Dornay, F. Eason, M. Echeverri, C. Elhardt, M. The Junior year was very hectic, filled with a lot of work and a lot of fun. Exact planning and many preparations were made to insure that the Junior class ' major project, the Prom, would be the best and most successful yet. The class con- tinued to show the outstanding spirit which dis- tinguished it in its first two years. This spirit was shown on the athletic fields, in the stands and in all school events. The Juniors became the domi- nant force behind the athletic program, making up a majority of the team members. The Juniors ' thoughts have turned from the frivolities of life to more serious things, such as evaluation of one ' s character, goals and talents. The Juniors have worked most earnestly and now are looking ahead to their Senior year and college. The Junior class moderator, Mr. Andrew Smith, is shown discussing plans for the Prom with one of the Juniors. 30 Keller, P. Lawrence, P. Lewandowski, D. Junior class officers- Pres. Ron Cisneros, V. Pres. Sean McGinty, Sec. Dave Miller, Tres. Dominic Mercadante 31 f? Lonberger, G. MacCharles, B. I Marquez, J. Here the Juniors are shown having some fun dviring lunch time. . , Martin, D. A W McGinty, S. McHenry, M. , .and just taking it easy. T i Mercadante, D. Miller, D. Nelson, B. t jD, Nickell, B. Paniagua, G. Patterson, Perez, B. Porras, D. Pritchett, M. Waiting for the bell to ring. . .can ' t leave fast enough. Reeves, J. Resendez, E. i Rogers, M. ' •■s 1 s -t Romeo, A. Rosso, ]. Salazar, R. Senecal, B. Simonsen, P. Smith, D. Smith, R. Stevens, J. 6 9 Szymczak, S. Theiser, L. VanOrsdal, D. A I»IUBL£ " Williams, S, Wyatt, R. Zaragoza, A. Juniors Miller, Vieira and Hernandez rehearse a scene from the Junior skit. 34 I ' SOPHOMORES AOO IN f The Class of 1971 is a class of spirit and vitality. Its members excel in sports, academics and school service. Sophomore participation is excellent in all school events. They are fine examples of Aquinas Men and strive for the better- ment of themselves and their school. Diiring the year the Sophomore Class has sponsored a canteen, staged a pep rally, participated in the Booster Club drive, Mission drive and supplied players for both the " B " and Varsity football and basketball squads, not to forget their participation in all of the other athletic programs of Aquinas High School. Sophomore officers: Pres. Pierce Flynn; David Coy, Vice Pres. ; Bill Cole, Sec. Treasurer I Pen) ' A: class skil s Amador, G. Amendt, P. Aragon, J. Arellano, A. Armijo, R. Campbell, R. Carel, G. Carroll, W. Chandler, P. Cisneros, D. Cocchia, G. Cole, W. 36 nui w ate J St tie Wei. " ' -icinteej, kisser - ?Ii;w ' issietlall " Hi Sclool. A Flynn, P. Gardner, L. Goo, D. Hanon, E. i Perry Amendt, Bob Mejia, and David Coy appear in class skit. Healy, B. Hendricksen, R. Hlavaty, W. Hoffman, D. Y T Coy, D. Desrochers, P. Fallon, B. Delahunt, J. Ellefson, J. Fernandez, D. I During P.E. Tom Turcott goes for two 37 Holmes, K. Janoe, D. Kiel, T. Kiesler, J. Konyn, J. Mr. Taylor, class moderator 38 Pedrosa, D. Scanlon, W. Pirio, M. Schneider, G. Puett, M. Strnad, D. Rafter, J. Sullivan, T. Rheubottom, H. Torres, L. Rodriquez, M. Turcotte, T. Sophs Vander Woude, Mondragon, and Goo discuss class problems Contemplating their next class 39 Ukleja, P. Vander VVoude, D. Vega, G. Walker, G. Underclassmen Fernandez, Walker, Sullivan and Vega discuss matters after lunch. Sophomore Peter Desrochers walks over to solve the problems of his fellow classmates, among whom are Paul Chandler and Richard Campbell. 40 FRESHMEN ,rflOffl«« ' A word that best describes the Aquinas Freshmen of 1969 is " SPIRIT " . The Frosh have shown an abundance of enthusiasm and initiative in all fields of Falcon activity that has caused envy among the upper classmen. The Freshmen have been outstanding in athletics, academics, drives and are especially proud of the fact that they started their own Pep Club. The average freshman of Aquinas in 1969 is a true example of a boy developing into the kind of Aquinas Man who is a real gentleman and a real credit to Aquinas High School. ' Father Lanphier, freshman moderator, plans his next move. f Allison, B. Aragon, T. Barsotti, K. Bellanca, T. Bradfield, R. Froskjffl Kitk Fjtii I Brut on, M. Cipollone, J . Crawford, T. De Santos, R. Di Pasquale, K. Dugan, T. Frosh officers: pres. Mark Frisbie; vice-pres. Matt Szymczak; secretary, Jerry Shepard; treasurer, Anthony Russo, sergeant-at-arms, John Vincent 42 1 f Eckenrod, VV. Edwards, D. Ehlhardt, M. Eichenbreg, T. Farnell, F. " . j Frosh Jon Hack, Benjie Hack, and Kim Luster talking with Father Oiler. f 1 r Ferraris, C. Frechette, J. Frisbie , M . Furiga, T. Frosh Steve Bradfield and Martin Yniguez play handball at noon. Gino, L. Gonzales, R. Hack, J. Gonzales, D. Hack, B. Hazel, C. Heynen, S. Hickey, E. Jones, T. Kelley, S. Kennedy, M. Kiesler, R. Frosh David Edwards volunteers an answer for Mr. de la Cruz ' s Spanish class. Q AVAILABLE Klaers, W. Korovec, L. Lantz, T. Levy, S. Luster, P. Martin, A. McDermott, P. Moreno, M. Mangione, T. McCaughey, D. Mead, T. Pavlian, T. 44 c r " ' .x ' r ' , " ' OT Pena, D. Resendez, A. Rosso, M. Vi 8« S Kl«)«S u«» ' ' i Poirier, R. Reyes, A. Ruiz, E. Freshmen Watson and McDermott find something amusing in their Career Day activities. 45 ¥ r %-. - W ' Spotts, ]. Szymczak, M. Thesier, E. Vega, D. Vincent, J. Warren, B. . r Freshmen seem to be fascinated by the cars of Upperclassmen. Fresh Warren draws a crowd with his interesting bits of information. 46 iBon,M. ORGANIZATIONS » 1 Members of the Student Council are John Bemdt, Dave Burback, Mark Gardner, Henry Vierra, Father Devine, and Mike Riddell. Seated are members Tom Corcovelos, Joe Radzik, and Matt Szymczak. Student Council Under the direction of Father Devine, the Student Government of Aquinas has been revised this year. It now consists of an execu- tive board, which includes the four Student Body officers and the Chief Justice of the Student Court, and the Student Council which in- cludes the representatives of the various classes and clubs. The function of the group is to repre- sent the students and to plan stu- dent activities. ASH officers are John Bemdt, Treasurer; Henry Vierra, Secretary; Father Devine , moderator; Mike Riddell, justice; seated are Tom Corcovelos, President, Joe Radzik, vice-President. 48 The Student Court is a new organization at Aquinas, It was initiated this year in an attempt to put student discipline in the hands of the students. Under the guidance of the Chief Justice, the student control officers issue citations to students who violate school rules. In this way the school administration is relieved of the task of simple dis- cipline. Kctured here are the Student Court Officers. From left to right are Associate Justice Gene Pulte, Bailiff Joe Radzik and seated is Chief Justice, Mike Riddell. Not pictured is the court clerk, George Moore. Student Court The Student Control officers are, from left to right: Bob O ' Connor, Bob Vecchetti, Bill Lemarm, Jim Eichenberg, Steve Scymczak. seated are officers Dominic Mercadante, Pat Lawrence and Pat Pavlian. 49 Thursday ' s lunch hour is a busy one in room ten as it is the scene of the hearings of accused vio- lators of campus rules. VICE PRESIDENT Pat Pavlian L F?i-- f Key Clubbers Mike Riddell, Gene Pulte and Jim Richardson are seen discussing plans with Key Club mod- erator, Mr. Larsen. TREASURER Gene Pulte Key Club The Key Club of Aquinas High School is the personal service club of the principal. It is spon- sored by the Kiwanis Club of East San Bernardino and is affiliated with Key Club International. As a service club, the Key Club provides many benefits to the school through various projects, especially those most con- cerned with the principal. Back row: Collazo, Riddell, Hernandez, Stubben, Lemann, Szymczak, Romeo, Pritchett. Second row: Moore, Vechetti, O ' Connor, Corcovelos, Hodge, Nelson, Vierra, Miller, Richardson, Rosso, Goo, Clarke. Third row: (kneeling) Burback, Radzik, Pulte, Pavlian, Smith, VanderWoude, Coy, Hendrickson, Resendez. Mr. Larsen is the moderator. 50 I l w i VICE PRESIDENT Brian Allison SECRETARY Tom Jones One of the functions of the Pep Club is selling game ribbons. Seen here are Frosh Allison and Shepard, doing the selling. Pep Club The Pep Club of Aquinas High School, a new organization this year, has done much to inhance the spirit of the student body. The members make signs and posters before every game and sell rib- bons with spirited sayings in an effort to back the teams. The founder and moderator of the Pep Club is Father Leo Lanphier. AQUINAS Front Row: Tom Schneider, Tom Jones, David Pena. Second Row: Mike Watson, Jim McCaughey, Bob DeSantos. . 51 f National Honor Society X i . PRESIDENT Jerry Frieling 3 The National Honor Society is open only to those students who have shown outstand- ing scholastic achievements. Under the name of the Holy Spirit chapter, the N. H. S. was chartered by our former principal. Father J. Vincent Sullivan, in 1961. men and ized sev Members of tJie National Society took time out from one of their meetings to pose for tliis annual picture. From left to right are: Dave Burback, Tom Corcovelos, Mike Riddell; seated are Wayne Elder, Gene Pulte, Jerry Frieling, Joe Radzik and Dave Stubben. 52 ety pen only itstand- h-.H,S. Top Row: David Smith, Gene Pulte, R. Hendricksen, John Holland, Bob Vecchetti, Richard Sniitli, Eric Resendez, Pat Pavlian. Bottom Row: Moderator Fr. E. W. LaRivere, Mike Hodge, Angelo Romeo, Merton Rogers, Mike DeSantos, Dave Stubben, John Berndt and Bob O ' Connor. Monogram Club The Monogram Club, which is made up of varsity letter - men and moderated by Father Earl LaRivere, was organ- ized several years ago for the purpose of awarding letters and trophies to outstanding Aquinas athletes in all fields of athletic and scholastic competition. PRESIDENT Robert Vecchetti SECRETARY- TREASURER Angelo Romeo VICE-PRESIDENT Steve Szymczak SERGEANT- AT-ARMS Skip Barbour 53 SIGMA PHI PI The Sigma Phi Pi with Father George Oiler as moderator is another one of the very active service clubs on campus. The club was organized to support the Booster Club in keeping the campus clean and in condition. The members are striving constantly to do things to improve the campus. o PRESIDENT Pat Pavlian E Being a service club, Sigma Phi Pi engages in school im- provements. Chuck Kramer is shown painting as one of the improvements. SECRETARY-TREASURER Craig Malensek I Back Gardi Ckd A Th cluboi was 01 the dii Laiiph; tliemt Thecl cliaiicE and to ' Tet little I Back row: Rhuebottom, Richardson, Torres, Elder, Guidice, Neyses, DeSantos, Barbour, Pavlian, Lemann, Stubben, Shearer, Mejia; Second row: Rodriquez, Vecchetti, Corcovelos, Ramirez, Hickey, Burback, Rogers, Stine, Kramer, Gardner, Malensek, Donlon, Frieling; Third row: Radzik, Flynn, Rafter, Berndt, Dugan, Kennedy, Zeiner, Gino. Back Row: Bob Ukleja, Bob Mejia, Dennis Lewandowski; Second Row: David Lott, Tom Corcovelos, Brad Dugan, Mark Eason, Jim Stine, Skip Barbour; Third Row: Bill Cocchia, Sean McGinty, Mark Gardner, Jerry Frieling, Craig Malensek; Front Row: Mark Ehlhardt, Tim Pavlian, Sam Hlavaty, Chuck McCuire . Actornauts The Actornauts is the drama club of Aquinas High School. It was organized last year under the direction of Father Leo Lanphier and is becoming one of the most popular clubs at Aquinas. The club gives the students a chance to learn dramatic skills and to perform them for the public. Father Lanphier goes over the script of " Ten Little Indians " with actors Mark Gardner and Tom Corcovelos. ' OiMUMC, TREASURER Pat Pavlian 55 SERGEANT-AT-ARMS Jerry Frieling Thepui nienc practicf ireqaen Name t Back row: Dennis Shearer, Jim Richardson, Jerry Frieling, Dave Burback, John Berndt, Bob Vecchetti, Dave Lott, Mike Manning; Front row: Wayne Elder, Bob O ' Connor, Joe Radzik, Gene Pulte, Bill Lemann, George Moore. Journalism Club " 1 , , PRESIDENT Sfk. • " i Gene Pulte . y|j SECRETARY Bill Lemann TREASURER George Moore VICE PRESIDENT James Richardson The Journalism Club is com- posed of members who have shown outstanding ability or interest in working on the school annual and newspaper. The Journalism Club recognizes individual journalistic endeavors and participates in journalism workshops and semi- nars throughout Southern Califor- nia. SERGEANT -AT-ARMS James Eichenberg I I 56 Holy Name Society J. Mr. Frank Russell is this year ' s Holy Name Society moderator. The purpose of the society is promoting the spiritual welfare of the men of Aquinas by encouraging and assisting them in observing the practices of the Confraternity of the most Holy Name, namely the frequent receiving of the Sacraments, the honoring of the most Holy Name by leading an active religious life and the working against all things which offend the most Holy Name. :iii. Dave PRESIDENT Dominic Mercadante VICE PRESIDENT Brett MacCharles SECRETARY-! RLASURER David Smith lat is com- have shorn iDierest in jinualand idisinCliib jcanalistic pates in j and semi- em Califor- Back Row: Craig Malensek, Bob Vecchetti, Dave Burback, John Berndt; Middle Row: Eric Resendez, R. Hendrickson, Maurice Pirio, G. Vega, Peter Derochers, Bob Nelson, J. Paniagua and Dominic Mercadante. Kneeling are Tom Eichenberg, David Smith, John Matich and Brett MacCharles. 57 Chess Club The Chess Club, headed by Father Earl LaRiviere, provides its members with an opportunity to play chess during the noon hour. The club was organized in 1964 and has grown steadily since. Through the use of the monthly dues the club has been able to engage in extracurricular activities such as tournaments. Back Row: George Moore, George Lonberger, Merton Rogers, David Edwards, Tim Gallivan, Gene Pulte; Front Row: John Delahunt, Tom Eichenberg, Steve Levy, John Matich, Terry Mangione . PRESIDENT Tim Gallavan VICE-PRESIDENT Gene Pulte Frosh Vincent and Spotts engage in tedious game of chess while eating lunch. SECRETARY- TREASURER George Moore 58 i ' u ACTIVITIES Homecoming Qui Football Queen Debbie Gorman While we crowned our queens, The queen and her date Chuck Hickey dance in front of the " Eiffel Tower " . some danced, Queens Canteens Students compete in dance contest at an Aquinas conteen. Nelson and Goo try to pick winners in dance contest. Van Orsdal helps make coffee for school canteen. Even Father Oiler enjoys canteens. Religion The Chapel inside the Gymnasium complex has been remodeled with complete student ap- proval. Sister Mary Jane points out an interesting point in her CCD class. Sister is on campus one day a week to teach members of the junior class CCD procedures; these students will then teach Inland Empire grammar scliool students on Saturday momings. Father Nagler celebrates Mass at noon in the sch ool chapel. I Jl Sacristan Ron Lovas prepares for the Holy Sacrifice olthe Mass. A s s e m b I ■ I e s New to the Falcon supporters were noontime pep rallies presented by the new Pep Club. Honorable Jerry L. Pettis, congressman from the 33rcl. Dist., which serves S.B. county, speaks to the student body and later presented an American flag which has flown over the United States Capi- tol. Mr. William J. Peale gave the Aquinas Men a demonstration in reading in a successful effort to recruit students into a speed reading program. Henry Viei Prior to the Homecoming bonfire, the Sophomores collaborated in a very hilarious pantomime written by dramatist Father Leo Lanphier. In a pre -Christmas assembly, the Aquinas Varsity basketball team was introduced to the student body. 64 ' .. " sidi saves S,B, 5i salient body ami irenonilagrticli I ' aeii Sates Cani- ,i Zx The Most Reverend Francis J. Furey came to Aqiunas to give tlie men an inspiring talk on Catholic Education. Henry Vierra accepts Varsit ' football award from Coach Wilson. Father Lanphier and Bob Rideout provide the music for many of our assemblies. Mr. Smith and Fr. Devine seem to enjoy it! The faithful St. B ' s cheerleaders frequently attend pep rallies to spur on tlie vocal chords of Aquinas Men. H i ■ ■■B . Hi . ij H y r n II y Miin flH DIBPI 1 p In order that Notre Dame and Aquinas can have more joint activities, the ASH councils met this year with Father Devine acting as co-moderator. Seen here are members Corcovelos, Flynn and Gardner. I ff Dear Ruth jf vr t - yn- i Skip Barbour and Sean McGinty discuss ' Dear Ruth. Jean Linliart and Sean McGinty star in " Dear Ruth. " ffl HIGH CHOOL.NlgAfl ( Charles McCuire , Mark Eason, Ed Hannon, Sam Hlavaty, Mark N Gardner, and David Lott comprise stage crew for ' Dear Ruth. " [Ctoy Vi loBibani, BERNARDINO NOVEMBER 1968 ' DEAR RUTH ' BIG SUCCESS Playing to a full house each of its three nights and to enthusiastic audiences, members of the Aquinas Actomauls presented Norman Krasna ' s " Dear Ruth " in the school ' s auditorium the evenings of Thursday, Friday, anH Saturday, November 7th. 8th an! 9th. Thursday night ' s presentation was for an invited audience who were served refreshments following the play. A dance followed Saturday night ' s performance. The two-act comedy which had a successful run on Broadway and again as a popular movie was directed by Father Lanphier. moderator of (he Actomauls, and Father Devine, Dean of students. MEN, L. to R. SKIP BARBOUR, SEAN McGINTY. BILL COCCHIA; GIRLS, L. to R. JEAN LINHART, BITA RUIZ, SHARON FULLER. 66 J ' Ten Little Indians " Ten Little Indians " was the spring production of the Drama Department headed by Father Leo Lanphier. JJ Mary Larkin, Steve Neyses and Angle Corcovelos study their lines. itoay.Mai ' vnif l9fS K Mark Eason, Tom Corcovekis, and Mark Gardner re- hearse a dramatic scene from " Ten Little Indians. " Leads Marcia Nicholson and Brad Dugan portray Vera Claythome and Phillip Lombard. Cast of " Ten Little Indians " consisted of standing; Mark Eason, 5;. Angie Corcovelos, Mark Elhardt, Mark Gardner; seated, Tom Corcovelos, AUrcui Nicholson, Brad Dugan, and Mary Larkin. Not stown are Sam Hlavaty and Ed Harmon. Prom Committee Prom committee consisted of Angelo Romeo, Sean McGinty, Dom Mercadante, Jamie Rosso, David Miller, and Henry Vierra . • " Chairman Szymczak calls committee to order. Prom committee at work 68 ATHLETICS I EZl Cheerleaders Laurie Plain and Angle Corcovelos welcome rooters to Aquinas game. Father Lanphier assists at piano as cheer leaders sing Aquinas school song. Cheerleaders from St. Bernardine ' s take over. Varsity Back row: Corcovelos, Willianii, Lovab, Ranieiiz, L. Gardner, Labou, bynizack, Lawrence, Mejia, lloU e, Barbour, O ' Connor, Stubben, Pavlian, Frechette, Vierra, M. Gardner, Smith, Lewandowski, Cisneros, Arellano, Veccherti, Frieling; Kneeling: Coach John Hough, Rosso, Goo, Donlon, Leon, Porras, Dugan, Morales, Elhardt, Eichenberg, Vincent. Scores Pre-Season See ison Aquinas Beaumont 24 Aquinas 18 C.S.D.R. 12 Aquinas Banning 31 Aquinas 6 Notre Dame 34 Aquinas 13 Elsinor 21 Aquinas 19 Chino Aquinas 6 Rim 6 Aquinas 20 Big Bear 7 Aquinas Webb 27 72 fs Aquinas huddles for prayer for upcoming game. Aquinas ball carrier is smothered by Gauls. D.R. 12 im ]i Chuck Hickey bolts through Webb line. Senior Mark Gardner makes a fine leaping catch during Webb game at Valley College. ■ %m ,iac 1 {j rU M 1 V H A ISft , A dejected varsity squad waits out the closing minutes of the Nortre Dame Game. Dave Miller slips through C. S. D. R. defense for nominal gain at C.S.D.R, game. Pat Pavlian reaches to tackle player. 75 Chuck Hickey scores six more against Boys ' Republic. Bee ' s The members of the Bee Football team were: Perry Amendt, Kurt Barsotti, Bill Cole, David Coy, Thomas Dugan, Richard Cambell, Mark Elhardt, Pierce Flyrm, Mark Frisbie, Tom Furiga, Darrell Goo, Brian Healy, Ken Holmes, Mike Moreno, Bob Patterson, Tim Pavlian, Dan Pedrosa, Maurice Pirio, Mike Puett, Ted Purpero, Harry Rlieubottom, Antliony Rosso, Michael Rosso, Ellie Ruiz, Tim Saucedo, Thomas Sclineider, Mike Simonsen, Pat Simonsen, Matt Symzack, David Vander Woude, Greg Walker, Brian Warren, David Wiss, Pat WoKe, Bob DeSantos. Scores Pre-Season s eason Aquinas 14 Beaumont 20 Aquinas 20 C.S.D.R. 6 Aquinas 6 Banning 20 Aquinas 20 Notre Dame 6 Aquinas 19 Elsinor 61 Aquinas 21 Chino 35 Aquinas 20 Rim 24 Aquinas Big Bear 40 Aquinas 26 Webb 19 WW 76 t « ' i ■ill. it II n Varsity Back Row: Coach Steve Taylor, Mike Riddell, Mark Gardner, Mike DeSantos, Skip Barbour, Larry Kennedy, Joe Hernandez, Lee Gardner, John Konyn, Mgr. Ray Hendricksen. Front Row: Dominic Mercadante, Richard Smith, Steve Herman, Henry Vierra, David Miller, Angelo Romeo, Tom Turcotte. Pre-Season Aquinas 58 Ontario Aquinas 43 University Aquinas 67 Mariam Aquinas 73 Yucaipa Aquinas 57 Rim Aquinas 67 Norco Aquinas 61 North Aquinas 48 Mater Dei Aquinas 68 Yucapia Aquinas 61 San Jacinto Aquinas 55 Hemet Aquinas 73 Bloomington Season I Aquinas 50 Big Bear Aquinas 66 Chino Boys ' Republic 27 56 Aquinas 84 Webb 67 71 Aquinas 67 C.S.D.R. 56 61 Aquinas 74 Notre Dame 51 65 Aquinas 74 Big Bear 49 50 Aquinas 85 Chino Boys ' Republic 43 52 Aquinas 80 Webb 46 65 Aquinas 94 C.S.D.R. 52 56 Aquinas 68 Notre Dame 58 66 59 60 C.I.F. 57 Aquinas 58 Beaumont 54 Aquinas 66 Boron 65 Aquinas 66 Ferris 60 38 Aquinas 86 Ontario Christian 64 lie 27 Aquinas 56 Atascadero 72 78 Dave Miller pumps one in. A flying Falcon attempts a shot. § " Angelo Romeo takes a long one. W Mike Riddell lays one in. 79 skip Harbour controL Uie tip. Skip Barbour tries a short jumper. Mike DeSantos goes up for the rebound. DeSantos puts it up. 80 Larry Kennedy fights for the rebound. Junior Dave Miller shoots against Notre Dame. Falcons go for Uvo. 8) Falcons take a time out. «l M M Mike DeSantos ready to sink another one. Mike DeSantos shoots for t vo against Webb Senior Mike Riddell takes rebound with his finger- tips. Mike De Santos scores over Boys ' Republic opponent. Larry Kennedy shoots from the charity stripe against Webb. 84 The Homecoming Game i-i JT Ihe 1-alcons warm up before the big game. IS BEiNg 1 js Aquina sis 1. K S %V vi H j J Mm 9 M zi i M M1l.lkt H Mike De Santos boosts up the half time score. Mike Riddell puts two away for a sizable victory over Notre Dame. C.I.F. Playoffs 86 Class " A " Finals Flying high, the Aquinas Falcons concluded a most successful season at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena on Saturday, March 15. For the second year the basketball squad reached the finals only to be disap- pointed. However the team is to be congratulated for a job well done! Mark Gardner clears the boards ff Bee ' s jj Back Row: Coach Bob Larsen, Bob DeSantos, Bob Nelson, Greg Carel, John Brigandi, Mike Kennedy, Harry Rheubottom, Matt Szymczak. Front Row: Ted Purpero, Walt Scanlon, John Rafter, Gil Amador, Steve Dinise . PRE -SEASON Aquinas 34 Aquinas 49 Aquinas 43 Aquinas 54 Aquinas 37 Aquinas 52 Aquinas 37 Aquinas 50 SEASON Aquinas 61 Ontario 45 Yucaipa 67 Redlands 61 Rim of the World North 36 Ontario 48 Ramona 42 Bloomington 34 Big Bear 52 17 Aquinas 55 Chino Boys ' Republic 27 Aquinas 53 Webb 56 Aquinas 47 C.S.D.R. 15 Aquinas 54 Notre Dame 36 Aquinas 26 Big Bear 17 Aquinas 62 Chino Boys ' Republic 20 Aquinas 41 Webb 47 Aquinas 59 C.S.D.R. 35 Aquinas 64 Notre Dame 34 Wins 8 - Losses 2 (league) i« Steve Di John Brigandi shoots for two against C.S.D. R. in the second round of play. Bob Nelson is ready for the jump ball. Steve Dinise does a lay up and adds two more to the Falcon score. John Brigandi puts il away. 89 Steve Denise shoots free throw against Titans from qj-. Notre Dame. Again star Jolm Brigandi shoots for two. ■ ' wScDj Bee basketballer John Brigandi shoots a field goal lieshman Mike Kennedy makes a basket at the Webb good for tvvo points. SV - Bob Nelson shows the typical " B " enthusiam at the Another Frosh on the squad, Bob DeSantos, shoots from Notre Dame game. tlie floor. Freshmen .V Back Row: Brian Warren, Jim Spotts, Tony Crawford, Jim McCaughey, Jon Hack. Second Row: Coach Andy Smith, Tom Schneider, Fred Famell, Eliseo Ruiz, Mike Watson, Tom Jones, Bill Klaers. Front Row: Anthony Rosso, Tim Pavilan, Benjie Hack, Kim Luster, David Pena. Pre-Season Aquinas 27 Moreno Valley 39 Aquinas 37 Ontario 39 Aquinas 42 San Jacinto 39 Aquinas 31 Yuciapa 37 Aquinas 39 Rim of the World 42 Aquinas 26 San Jacinto 22 Aquinas 21 Blomington 24 Season Aquinas 24 Big Bear 19 Aquinas 44 Blomington 51 Aquinas 53 Notre Dame 51 Aquinas 25 Big Bear 39 Aquinas 56 Notre Dame 55 Wins 3 Losses 2 (League) Ruiz goes for two. 92 i Cad And) ' (SocAnllioiiy Varsity s = Back Row: Steve Taylor, Bob O ' Connor, Dave Stubben, Skip Barbour, John Luttringer, Steve Szymczak, Bob Vecchetti, Mark Eason, Mike Riddell; Front Row; Ron Lovas, Dominic Mercadante, Jim Stine, Dave Miller, Bret MacCharles, Pat Keller, Bill Cocchia, Angelo Romeo, Jess Marquez. COACH Steve Taylor Mike Riddell shoots one to left. 94 Skip Barbour and Coach Taylor discuss pre- Mark Eason watches Dave Sftibben warm up before game game strategy. at Perris Hill. Catcher Mark Gardner before game. Senior Bob Vecchetti slaps one to left. Coach Steve Taylor ponders over his team. Mark Gardner takes his base. 95 Junior Varsity k iy 4 » 1, -% ■ , f .i»i; Sv- Ss. 3 The members of J.V. Baseball are: Bob Nelson, Paul Chandler, Perry Amendt, Gilbert Amador, Richard Campbell, Leo Theiser, Earle Theiser, Bob DeSantos, Tim Furiga, Dan Martin, David Pena, Lermie Walsh, Tom Turcotte, Bri n Healy, Dave Porras, George Cocchia, and John Vincent. COACH Robert Larsen Bob Nelson shows his J. V. form. 96 Wrestling r atVallei ' C Back Row: Phil Ukleja, Richard Fogg, Dennis Lewandowski, Stevens, Mike Hannon; Front Row: David Vander Woude, Dennis Cisneros, Frank Domay, Sam Hlavaty, and David Porras. Scores f I T T H Aquinas 26 Big Bear 32 w H Aquinas 23 San Jacinto 40 W H Aquinas 26 Chaffey 30 iKi i • B Aquinas 33 Notre Dame 26 Kli f 1 Aquinas 24 Chino Boys ' Republic 38 H Aquinas 29 C.S.D.R. 25 1 Aquinas Rim of the World 59 1 Aquinas 21 Notre Dame 37 1 Aquinas 24 Chino Boys ' Republic 28 1 Aquinas 12 Big Bear 44 1 Aquinas 23 C.S.D.R. 35 COACH John Hougl 1 Dive ft 98 Junior David Porras succeeds in throwing his man. Track Back row: Charles Echeverri, John Bemdt, Bob Mejia, Jim Eichenberg, Merton Rogers, Dave Stubben, Jim McCaughey, Tony Crawford, Mike Pritchett, Dave Stranad, Coach Zuniga. Kneeling: Dennis Lewandowiti, Tim Gallavan, Harry Rheubottom, John Brigandi, David Smitli, Anthony Leon, Rick Barsotti, Pat Wolfe and Pat Lawrence. COACH Al Ziuiica David Smith hurdles over pole vault. Junior John Brigandi broad jumps at C.S.D.R. 100 Junior Pat Lawrence shot-puts for the " B " team. Senior John Bemdt clears the bar at Webb. Jim McCaughy hurdles to win. John Brigandi races to the finish line at an early track meet. Barsotti and Rheubottom race neck and neck to the Dave Stubben shot-puts at C.S.D.R. line. The members of the golf team are, back row: Pat Pavlian, Sean McGinty, Brad Dugan, Henry Vierra. Kneeling: Pat Manning, Ray Hendricksen, Tim Pavlian, Peter Desrochers. Ray Hendricksen sinks a putt in an early golf match. Tennis ' h % " Back Row: Joe Torres, Joe Radzik, Jim Richardson, Wayne Elder; Front Row: Eric Resendez, Jaime Rosso, Dave Edwards, Mike Hodge, Larry Torres, Albert Zaragoza, Gilbert Paniagua, Bruce Perez, Tom Eichenberg and Coach Joe Reid. Doubles Richardson and Elder check the score. COACH Joe Reid Ron Cisneros aces his opponent on the second serve. 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The Annual Staff 35 m kbiiikad Section Editors: Jerry Shepard, Joe Radzik, Angelo Romeo, Bill Lemann, John Holland, John Berndt, Jerry Friellng, Jim Richardson. iiiqod iui od THE SUMMA STAFF Editor-in-Chief Jim Richardson Assistant Editor .... Bill Lemann Senior Editor John Berndt Junior Editor Angelo Romeo Sophomore Editor. . . . Pierce Flynn Freshmen Editor .... Jerry Shepard Copy Editor Bill Lemann Sports Editor John Holland Activities and Clubs. . . Jerry Frieling Photographers Cas Sermak Brian Allison Jim Eichenberg Mark Gardner Artist Joe Radzik Advisor Frank Russell Photographers: Mark Gardner and Brian Allison. The Photography Advisor is Cas Sermak. 105 RICHARD LEO BARBOUR Intramurals 1; Freshmen Basketball; J. V. Baseball 1,2; M.I. J.V. Baseball IjMVP J.V. Baseball 2j Var- sity Football 2, 3, 4; Football Captain 4; Varsity Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Actornauts 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Pi 4; Math Club 2; All League Varsity Football 4; Sgt. -at-Arms Monogram 4. JOHN S. BERNDT Honor roll 2,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Freslunen Bas- ketball; B Football 2; Varsity Football 3; B Basket- ball 2; Most Outstanding C Track 2; Varsity Track 2,3,4; Class SeCretary 2; Prom Committee Chair- man 3; A. S. B. Treasurer 4; Math Club 2, 3; Sigma Phi Pi 3,4; Holy Name Society 3,4; Journalism Club 2,3,4; Falcon Staff 3,4; Summa Staff 2,3,4; Senior Editor. DAVID S. BURBACK Class V. P. 1; Honor roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Basketballl J. V. Baseball; Auxilium Latium Club 1, 2; B Football 2; Varsity Wrestling 2, 3; N. E. D.T. Award; Latin Award; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Summa Staff 2; Falcon Staff 4; Class Pres. 4; Student Council 4; Holy Name Society 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 4. MARCEL P. CHERPIN Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3; Monogram Club 4; B Football 1; J.V. Baseball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Base- ball 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID JOSEPH CLARKE Key Club 4; Excellence in Spanish I Award 3. BILL COCCHLA Chess Club 2; Monogram Club 4; Actornauts 3, 4; B Football 2, 3, B Basketball 2, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, All League Baseball Honorable Mention 3. TOM CORCOVELOS Honor roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Basketball; B Track 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3; Intra- murals 1, 2, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2, 3; Math Treas. 1, 2; Actornauts Honorary Member 4; Summa Staff 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Commit- tee 3; Latin Award 1, 2; MVP Track 3; N. E. D. T. Award 2; Aquinas Award 3; Boys ' State Representa- tive 3; Class Pres. 3; A. S.B. Pres. 4. MICHAEL A. DeSANTOS Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Freshmen Basketball; Ml Freshmen Basketball; B Basketball 2; All Tournament 2, Leading Scorer, All League B Basketball; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Sigma Phi Pi 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Honor roll 2. ANDREW DONLON Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Holy Name Society 3, Drama Club 3; Newspaper Staff; Sec. Drama Club ' i, Varsity Football 3, 4; B track 2; Wrestling 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; B. Football 2. BRAD DUGAN Actornauts 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; B Football 2, 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; B Track 1; Most Valuable Back Football 2; 2nd League Track Pole Vault 1; All League B Football 2; News broadcast KVCR 4. JAMES EICHENBERG Math Club 1, 2; Sigma Phi Pi 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Photography 1,2,3, 4; Chief Photographer 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; honor roll 1. WAYNE A. ELDER Honor roll 1 , 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Treas. NHS 4; Class Treas 4; Sigma Phi Pi 3,4; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec. -treas 2, 3; Math Club 1, 2; Sec. Math 1; Falcon Staff 4; Am. Legion Award 3; Monogram Club 3,4; N.E. D.T. Award 2; Latin Club 3; Latin Award 2, 3; Fresh, basketball; B basketball 2; Varsity Baseball Mgr 3; Varsity Tennis 3; Intra- murals 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS E. EVERARD JERRY L. FRILLING Honor roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2, 3; Key Club 3,4; Sigma Phi Pi 3,4; Sec-Treas. 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; NHS Pres. 4; Latin Club 2; Latin Award 2; N. E. D.T. Award 2; Varsity Wrestling 2; B Track 2: Varsity Football 3,4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Am. Legion Award 3; Actornauts 4; Sgt. -at-Arms 4; Summa Staff 3, 4; Falcon Staff 4; Journalism Club 3, 4; Holy Name Society 3, 4; Nat. Merit Letter of Commendation. MARK DONALD GARDNER ICC Rep. 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Holy Name 3, 4; Journalism Club 3,4; Falcon Staff 3,4; Summa Staff 3, 4; Photography Club 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2, 3; Pres. Math 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Sig- ma Phi Pi 3, 4; VP Sigma 4; Actornauts 3, 4; Pres. 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Co-Chairman 3; Honor roll 1,2,4; Latin Club 2, 3; Freshmen Basketball; B Football 2; B Basketball 1, 2; All League 2; MI 2; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; MI 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Track 3. RICHARD S. GINO Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2. TOM GUIDICE Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Math Club 1; Honor roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES R. HICKEY Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Sec-Tres. 3; Sigma Phi Pi 4. MICHAEL HOLMES Actornauts 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; NEDT Award 2. LARRY J. KENNEDY Sigma Phi Pi 4; Monogram Club 4; B Football 2; Varsity Basketball 2,4; Varsity Track 2; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Baseball 4; CIF Basketball Award 3. CHARLES KRAMER Freshmen basketball; B Basketball; Honor roll 1, 2, 4; Sigma Phi Pi 4. BILL C. LEMANN Class Secretary 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3; Holy Name So- ciety 3; Chess Club 2; B, Varsity Basketball Mgr 2; Varsity Baseball Mgr 2; Summa Staff 2, 3; Assist, and Copy Editor 4; Student Control Officer 4; Honor roll 2, 3, 4; Journalism 2, 3, 4; Sec. 4. DAVID LOTT B Football 1; Wrestling Mgr; Golf; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club. RONALD LOVAS B Basketball Mgr 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball Ass. 4; Varsity baseball Mgr. 2, 3; Holy Name Society 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Honor roll 2, 3; Chess Club 2; Varsity Football Mgr 4; Sacristan 1, 2, 3, 4; Summa Staff 3. Tennis 3, 4. JOHN LUTTRINGER Jr. Class Treas. 3;J.V. baseball 2, 3; Varsity base- ball 3, 4; Most Improved J. V. Baseball Award 2; Honor Roll 2,4; Prom Committee 3. CRAIG A. MALENSEK Sigma Club Treas. 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Acto»nauts 3, 4; Holy Name Society 2, 3, 4; News- paper 3,4; Varsity Football 3; B Football 1, 2; B track 1; Varsity Trac k 2, 4; All League Track (A) award 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL F. MANNING Honor roll 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2; Sigma Phi Pi 4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Falcon Staff 4; Summa Staff 4; Varsity Basketball Mgr. 3; Intramurals 2, 3. KEITH MEYER Honor roll 2; Falcon Staff 3; Journalism Club 3; N. E. D.T. Award 2. GEORGE MOORE Key Club 3,4; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3; Falcon Editor 4; Student Court Clerk 4; Track 1, 2; Chess Club 2, 3, 4; VP 3; Treas. 4; Honor roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Journalism Treas. 4; Latin Club 2, 3. AL MORALES Varsity Football 4. JAMES NELSON Intramurals 1,2. STEPHEN P. NEYSES Class Treas. 1; Freshmen Basketball; J. V. Baseball 1; B Football 2; B Basketball 2; Honor roll 1, 2; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Actomauts 4. ROBERT J. O ' CONNOR Honor roll 2, 3, 4; Varsity Wrestling 2, 3; MVP 2, 3; League Champ 3; J.V. Baseball 2, 3; B Football 3; All League 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; Class VP 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Falcon Staff 4; Holy Name Society 3; Varsity Football 4; Varsity Baseball 4. PATRICK J. PAVLIAN Intramurals 1; Freshmen Basketball, MVP: J.V. Baseball 1, MVP: Varsity Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; MVP 2, 3, 4; All League 3, 4; CIF 3, 4; B Basketball 2, 3, all League 3; Varsity Football 4; Actomauts 3, 4, Treas. 4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; VP 4; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Pres. 4; Math Club 2, 3; Class Treas. 2; Class VP 3; Honor Roll 1, 2. GENE PULTE Honor roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2; Holy Name So- ciety 3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, Treas. 4; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres 3, VP 4; Natl. Honor Soc. 3,4, Sec. 4; Latin Club 3, Sec. 3; Latin Award; Falcon Ass. Editor 4; Associate Justice of Student Court 4; C Track 1; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4, MI 3; Am. Legion Award 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Journalism Pres. 4; N. M. S. W. T. Award. JOSEPH A. RADZIK VP Natl. Honor Society 4; Falcon Staff 2, 3, 4, Asst. Editor 4; Monogram Club 2, ' 6, 4; Chess Club 1, 2; Summa Staff 2, 3, 4; Class VP 2; Math Club 1, 3; Holy Name Society 3; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Key Club 4; Honor roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Latin Club VP 3; Latin Award 1,2; A. S. B VP 4. MARK RAFTER Latin Club 1,2; Chess Club 2; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; CARLOS PASILLAS RAMIREZ Varsity Football 4; Intramurals, 2,3. DAVID P. RAMIREZ Sigma Phi Pi Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. JAMES RICHARDSON Summa Staff 2, Class Editor 3, Editor 4; Varsity Tennis 2,3,4; Chess Club 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Prom Committee 3; Key Club 3, Sec. 4; Sigma Plii Pi 3,4; Latin Award 2; B Varsity Basket- ball Mgr 2; Varsity Baseball Mgr 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Journalism Club, 2,3,4; VP 4. MICHAEL T. RIDDELL Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; MI 1 ; B Basketball 1,2, MVP, 2, All Conference, All Tournament 2; Var- sity Basketball 3,4, Capt. 4; Class Pres. 2; Chief Justice of Student Court 4; Aquinas Award 1, 2; Spanish Award 3; Natl. Honor Society 3; Honor roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Pi VP 3; Holy Name Society Pres. 3, 4; Summa Staff 2; Falcon Staff 4. DENNIS SHEARER Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor roll 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 2; B Track 2; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Key Club 4. MIKE STANTON JAMES STINE Drama Club 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Pi 4; Math Club 2; B Football 1, 2; B Baseball 1; Var- sity Baseball 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3. DAVID ROBERT STUBBEN Key Club 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Sigma Phi Pi 3,4; Math Club 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1; Key Club Pres. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; baseball J. V. 1; Track B 1; Track Varsity 2, 3, 4; Football Varsity 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 3, 4; B Football 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Latin Honor Society 3; Pro Merito Award 3; Maxima Cum Laude Award 3; Outstanding Lati n Award 2, 3; NEDT Certificate of Merit 2; Industry Education Council Merit Award 4; Most Outstanding A Trackman 3. JOSEPH EDWARD TORRES Chess Club 1,2; Varsity Football Mgr. 2; Tennis 3, 4; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT ANTHONY VECCHETTI B Football 1; B Baseball, I.I. 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4; All League Baseball 3; Co-Captain Varsity Football 4; A. S.B. Sec. 3; Sigma Phi Pi 3, 4; Pres 3; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Math Club 1, 2, 3; Falcon Staff 4; Holy Name Society 3, 4. SALVADOR J. YNIGUEZ B Football 1,2; Track 2; Intramurals 1 , 2, 3, 4; Honor roll 4; Spanish Award 3; Falcon Staff 4; Journalism Club 4. BRIAN A. ZEINER Sigma Phi Pi 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. fcS - SPONSORS B B m m m m 3 a. Ralph ' s Furniture R S Liquors Tony ' s Barber Shop Reverend Father Henry Keane Nick Corcovelos Auto Fast Freight El Rancho Market Littleton ' s Dairy Farm Morgan Franz Insurance Company Military Supply Agency ' m EW ' S r -t- S D S ' h. - Ti 2 " o ' .y Q vo Q Q t ' l S w i J - »-f T • ■ t fit- 1,1 V K .(N Kl r - ' •i : ; 4 Ei r? f- if 54- Sf « g= ill $ jv 2- - fe :? ' - Y A ' W a j A 0 ' ri y ' ' D r (K n .f iNTERNATIOlK . 1. Martha Vasconcellos, representing Brazil, was crowned I feicji ggt Miss Universe 1968 at ttie Miss Universe Beauty Pag- teollllnpi eant In Miami Beach, Florida. Impd ii 2. Pope Paul VI shakes hands with Dr. Chrlstlaan Barnard during a private audience at the Vatican. The pontiff congratulated the surgeon on his work In heart trans- plant operations. 3. Jacqueline Onassis and her husband, Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis, leave chapel on the Greek Island of Scorpios after their marriage October 20th. 4. In May the Paris Peace Talks began in an effort to stop the Vietnam conflict. French Presidency Protocol Chief Bernard Durand Indicates seats for the North Vietnam- ese representatives and for the U.S. representatives, headed by Averell Harrlman, second from right. 5. A defiant Czech youth waves a national flag under the gun barrel of a Soviet tank In Prague. This Soviet-led Invasion of Czechoslavakia occurred In August. 6. U.S. Marines man the high ground watching for snipers as giant Chinook helicopters descend onto a landing zone about 27 miles southwest of Da Nang, South Vietnam. AL EVENTS 7. Mexican girl athlete Enriqueta Basilio races up the stairs of Olympic stadium in Mexico City with the Qlympic flame to climax the opening ceremony. 8. The U.S. was not the only nation to feel the effects of rebellious youth. 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