Bellarmine College Preparatory - Carillon Yearbook (San Jose, CA)

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Hanna has devoted twenty-five years of his life to athletics at Bellarmine. His championship football teams are a testimony to his coaching abilities. IVlr. Hanna has instilled in his athletes a sense of sportsmanship and a hunger for competition which invigorated the performance of many winning Bellarmine teams. At present, lVlr. Hanna is serving as Bellarmine's Athletic Director. His understanding of sports and sportsmanship characterize Mr, Hanna's administration of the Athletic Department. Under his leadership, Bellarmine has been established as a powerful competitor. But more importantly, Mr. Hanna's genteel ways and understanding of young' people have brought a sense of pride and respect to Bellarmine. Football Bowling Water Polo Gross Uountry Martial Arts Basketball Soccer Golf Swimming Baseball Tennis Track The Bellarmine Varsity Football Team finished the '73 season with a 6-4 overall record under head coach, John Hanna. The highpoint of the season was the tilt against Archbishop Mitty High School at Buck Shaw Stadium, where the Spirit Week came to a crashing end when the Bells lost to the Monarchs. Overall the season's performance was erratic and so was the needed spirit of the student body, which was often absent during most important gridiron battles. Standouts for the Big Blue Machine were All- League Defensive Back, Paul Dinapoli lDefensive Player of the Yearli running back, Marty King: all league defensive end, Pete Grassi: and the sensational sophomore middle linebacker, Jim Maher. Voted Most valuable player by his teammates was Bob Selvi, who also received the honors of most Tim Schmidt valuable lineman in the WCAL and captain of the team. Congratulations to fullback, Gary Spicer, for winning the Billy Schmidt award, tight end Tim Schmidt for tying the Bellarmine touchdown pass reception record with 7 TD catches, when previous to this season he never played contact football, thus stealing the most-improved award and making himself part of the all-league team along with Mike Dahlin and "Wild Bill" Perry, who also was voted most inspirational player by his teammates. Last but not least are the 31 other individual players who did not receive trophies or awards but experienced one more facet of life together as a team. There are 13 players returning from this year's team to suit up in the Blue and White, six of them starters in '74, 'E I I 51'-fa .,. I . , , , ., .. Q an-.un ,ji 1' V . 'Agni 'X is l . 'Ahh V l f f , , U .A,Hm, , ,A , Qvv?nvf".4',1-A' H acivran-r'vv-rw-'.l-AYNMMH V ' i 'Q Will-'I .A , . v . v . ' - - s 1 ' ' . '.x-v ,t v. Pete G ass 9,44 Bells Opponent Sequoia Washington Peterson Novato St Francis Nlltty Sacred Heart Serra Rlordan 34 ' 12 ' 29 15 23 St. Ignatius 8 4 ' 6 . 34 22 19 ' 32 'Mr 'WW' 1 if ,fe 1 is 5 A E in 1' in '2- i I gr -I QUUNUQF3 fa WZMESSUTY 2,4 'f'IC. Bells Opponent 16 Sequoia 6 16 Washington 8 6 Peterson O , 34 S. I. 7 I , 28 S.F. 7 fl 8 Mitty 28 30 S.H. 7 Serra Rlordan Salcldo follows Van Alstyne e Schmldt Burmudez and Van Alstyne Quarterback Lemmon Page attempts extra point. The Bellarmine Junior Varsity finished the '73 season with an overall record of 6-3. The Bells charged into the season confidently winning their first five games then falling to Mitty, Serra, and Riordon respectively. Although the record is an achievement in itself, there was a positive atmosphere among the players that is the envy of many teams. This atmosphere is considered the ultimate goal in athletics. Congratulations go to the defense which allowed an average of less than eight points per game. The offense scored an average of three touchdowns per game. Mike Bennedetti received the M.V.P. award for his brilliant play. Running back Dean lntersimone was voted most inspirational player. Most improved player honors went to Tom Bordenave. Of course, coaches Larry Lauro and Br. Ryan were at the heart of this inspired team, R. Barney Van Alstyne LemMon runs the option. f A Rosa over Jefferies Rosa Bell Defense I I Y . 1- l l FRQSH Rebboah on the way to 104 points Koveleski passes from pocket "This team is a team of great hitters." The words of first year coach Don Ardissone catch the spirit of the '73 Baby Bells. Though the Bells were smaller than every team they met, they established a four and two record. The Baby Bells scored 140 points while giving up only 32. Perhaps the greatest testimony to this team was their powerful 34 to 12 victory over an excellent St. Ignatius team. The Baby Bells physically over-powered the Cats. Nlarc Rebboah turned in a fantastic mark of 1.017 yards rushing in only five games. Marc was named M.V.P. Tom Page, a linebacker, was named Most lnspirational Player. Mike Kerrigan was voted lineman of the year for his excellent offensive and defensive play. Leo Ruth and Don Ardissone provided excellent coaching and guidance for the team. Davis meets opposition Bells Opponent 34 S.I. 12 S.F. O Mitty 44 Sacred Heart 8 Serra 42 Riordan ""-"'ln-,,,,, .pf The Bellarmine Bowling Club is a group of students who bowl competitively every Friday after school at Santa Clara University. Teams are organized into groups of eight five man teams. Players with differing capabilities are evenly matched on the teams. Darius Pirzadeh and Jon Everett have organized this group under the direction of Mr. Phelan. The Bowling Club plans to compete against other schools and, although the competition is tough, the bowlers enjoy themselves. ' - f'fg,-H-'GA A 'Y 0 . M,-., .. L K -I " K b f-, Q ,x 5 af!" 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With no returning lettermen from last year's nationally ranked team, the Bells watched their high hopes dwindle to a disappointing record of four wins and thirteen defeats. The highlight of the season was a six to four victory by the Bells over previously unbeaten SPAL champions Leland High. Consistent scoring came from Ken Favaro, Terry Reding and Drew Levinson. Mike Fitzsimmons was awarded team captain, Most is 1 . K, , f ,,kk, we , f K Valuable Player was Ken Favaro. ' i -1 Dave Kitts received the Most Improved Player award and Jim Favaro was awarded the Billie Schmidt award. le ,M Q, , H x ' -raw". ' -ul , BELLS OPP Vaiesity H? ,. 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Playing well during tt' 4 y - I Wt" Tfi , A the re ular season the Frosh-Soph team was invited to .fi 1 7 1 1 -. iw? a 1 9 Ag , Mfr v '1' I' play in the N.C.I, tournament. if ,,,1,,::, J 7 ,' cf- . 5. ii, 553, -3 Despite the loss of injury ridden team leader Tom gg, me ' N , A ' Nicolaysen, the Bells came away with a 2-2 record against 4 ' i t 7 v ' ' the best teams in Northern California, f ' , ,V Consistent scoring came from Nicolaysen and Kevin -' ,L "' 1 g 5 Q a Thene, and a superb effort was also put forward by goalie ff? .F 22" ' I 4 Greg Blaine, The team finished off the season with an over- 3. gf all 6-4 record. 5 tivfxg, . :w,.ev A ' "gf ,- . 41 The Bellarmine Cross Country team entered the season with high hopes. Five top runners of the previous year were expected to return. However, three of these five did not run. Senior Ralph Paredes, Juniors Dan Greaney, Jim Fitzhenry and Bob Navarrete, and Sophomore Larry Good tried to take up the slack, but they could only win a disappointing fifth place. Perhaps the brightest point for Bell Cross Country this year was the second place frosh team. The frosh were led by Robert Flores, and Chris Schenone. sf all 3 " ' ' . L -54955 3:3551 wg, : R: 2 21- A ' .,, 'n Wx --'nr i ..,, .7 "iff 'TV' 'iw e- 7' ""f"' .J 1 Eu... k -W V 'law .QQH ,, me Q asv-W 23'!""-W. '.: Win ' N -thu 1, .ans-"sf-:,9i ,y,h M WV- gf' . ':sf'.:'1li"i Ng , N-51-'W W C Qfkta L:-'24-3 ttwezem - -an-1'-n"sfit. sw ' ' I' -K. Bells Bells Bells St Francls Serra Fliordan WON 6 VARSITY St lgnatlus Matty Sacred Heart Bells Bells Bells LOST O if -M .NN X xl The Bellarmine Martial Arts program is a class in Karate and Kung Fu. Kempo and Go Ju Kai Karate is taught by sophomores Kirk Mossing and Pete Ostner. Although the students' training entails how to kill, the skills learned are to be used only as a last resort when attacked: verbal abuse must be ignored by the student of Karate, Kung Fu, which is a more subtle and flowing form of self-defense than Karate, requires very little physical strength, but a great deal of concentration and practice to perfect. The Martial Arts Class begins each session with a period of meditation and exercise. This is to relax the student to leave the class with the knowledge that he need not be hostile. and when there is no other possible alternative to hostility, he will be prepared to cope with the situation. '40, This year's Bell varsity was plagued by sickness and injury. ln spite of these drawbacks, the Bells managed a 6-18 overall record. John Nlahaney, Tim Schmitt and Ray Fellows, although ill, were outstanding. Juniors Steve Page, Tom Griffin. Brian Laney and Louis Williams also played very well. This year varsity had begun the season with very little experience, but wound up with a great deal of experience, and next years outlook is a good one. Special recognition is due to coach Chris Dempsey for the time and effort which he put into coaching his team. 1.-:land Homestead Lincoln Sunnyvale Fremont Monta Vista Mt Pleasant Buchser Menlo Willow Glen Hayward Serra St Ignatius Nlitty Riordan Sacred Heart St. Francis St. Ignatius Serra Mitty Sacred Heart St. Francis Riordan BELLS OPPONENTS 51 .. 46 55 ' 47 48 38 ' 42 . 44 70 Cupertino 53 46 ' 56 29 41 . ' 26 ' 49 31 30 34 44 37 37 47 53 I .-fi, Quxmrxx 14. NZM i QU M21 The Bell JV team compiled one of the school's longest winning and longest losing streaks. They finished the season with an overall 7-14 record. All the wins were scored consecutively. The long string of losses were due to three key players being moved up to varsity. Although the team underwent a disappointing season, this year, the outlook for next year's players is very good. Special mention is due to first year Coach Hank Weske. fm fn ps BELLS OPPONEN 2 Riordan 3 5 Mitty 4 O St. Ignatius 4 2 St. Josephs O O St. Francis O O Serra O 1 Riordan O 3 Sacred Heart 1 O Mitty 3 St Ignatius St Josephs Sacred Heart Serra St Francis LL5. I.LSAs OPPONENTS 37 Lynbrook Santa Clara Buchser Peterson Hayward Serra St, Ignatius Mitty Riordan Sacred Heart St, Francis St. Ignatius Serra Mitty Sacred Heart St. Francis Riordan BELLS B's OPPONENTS 29 St. Ignatius 50 32 Mitty 48 39 Riordan 38 30 Sacred Heart 42 29 St. Francis 33 31 St. Ignatius 51 24 Serra 51 34 Mitty 42 52 Sacred Heart 56 41 St. Francis 56 44 Riordan 48 am ' Q M ,QM-QIQY ag. W' W"Zh'- gn. .. - Avila corners opponent. 30 Mike gives team a well done. V 4' Q I,-1 ' .Jim 35 . N cur 5111. ,g s I7 3 A f ...- J W wr x-02 3 'E .44 V S 9 4 Q., P Wk-4 -A4 0 vii, jr - ff-xc , xxkf, iff gg Q. fi . 'Stix . 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W 1 V A ., A v Mendizabal Shellworth w-H fx, Ecrfwm, 291 W 1 u Stroth Comfort K ,Af I ' W l 4""lm.-L, X if 1 X 4 15 If vi if 3 , Q f ,cpm M , 'AV 'C' M .Q 1. 'iffy N K fp. wt .4 I ,As , ga , ff - 4 my wfww N!" rrfflffw' ' L lwmwffm.Aw,Q.ff Q'-wwwmwvwf.,' y 'hw A . l ,., , f 1 ' 'H Q' i , fl- ' Min, Q Sig if 4 N W vw f 1 5 3 if All ES IT IV CT A NP. m qw wi Q5 'S n 25. 33 mf' Ju 32 55: vity provides a source of fascination and involvement. The act ivities at Bellarmine offer each student a creative challenge and an invitation to no longer simply he an individual in transit hut also part of University and Elm. JUE STI K X S.J Fittingly we introduce the activities section by recognizing a man who has been an active part of campus life for quite some time, Josh Stickney. Joe has been involved in dramatic productions, social work projects, the right to life group and several other activities, including helping the yearbook staff on deadline nights. Mr. Stickney brings a kinetic driving force to the various activities of which he is a part. Josh is not only a worker, but a worker who enjoys his work. Joe will be leaving Bellarmine this year, but he leaves behind the memory of the warmth and creativity he brought to campus life and activities. Religious 54 SIC 58 SA C 61 Cardinal 62 Carillon 64 ASB 66 NFL 68 Band 70 Andersonville 72 Anything Goes 74 Rally Dance 76 Mixers 77 Spirit Week 78 Cheerleaders 81 Intramurals 82 ,5..g3' A-:Q 'RX 'www 5 "ig 2' RQIIGIOIQ The dlrectlon of rellglon actlvltles and lnstructlon this year has been to provide for the student an atmosphere an whuch acceptance of Chnstlan values rather than dogmatlc prlnclples can be facllrtated Thus acceptance of Chrrstuanuty was to have been expenenced through the person of Jesus Christ both directly and through the many religious actlvltxes at Bellarmlne Unron with Chrrst has been made posslble by means of retreats and exposure to the ltturgy These two expenences provuded for both a personal and communal Involvement with Chrlst In the students lnfe Such an expenence provlded both a challenge and a re afflrmatuon of an undrvudual s falth ID the IIVIDQ God iii s Q 4 O Y! ,J ! 4 "in i K S . ,. 1 efsfhfzx . ,haw g f-g.-wg, ,g gl. W' , , -' - - '41-, . i ff, may A ' 4 SV ii f,"Lfx1 45 2' ,wwnwb A , ,ff .1 . .V : ,V X , 5 RUSS ROIDE 51 Fr Russ Ronde SJ ns not only a relngnon teacher but dnrector of campus mnnnstry head of the Theology Department coordnnator for the Bellarmnne Retreat Program and leader of the Creatnve Worshnp Semnnar Wnth all thns nnvolvement nn what would be consndered the most dnffncult of all jobs the presentatnon of Chrnstnan lnfe and values to the Amerncan hngh schooler Fr Ronde has nnvngorated the Bellarmnne Communnty wnth posntnve leadershnp and fnrm presentatnon of the meannng of lnfe nn Chrnst Contnnuously Fr Ronde has attempted to place at the center of the conscnousness of the Bellarmnne students the freedom and consequent responsnbnlnty of Chrnstnan lnfe To the same extent Fr Ronde wnll succeed nn hns effort to nnform Bellarmnne of the hornzons of Chrnstnannty To the degree that he ns successful the ranson detre of Bellarmnne wnll be fulfnlled For nn hns role as dnrector of campus mnnnstry Fr Ronde s success represents the fulfnllment of the hopes of the Bellarmnne Faculty and Admnnnstratnon L 1 , . f. ,r 11 r X xiii. - ? J HT f , l I . ,, 5? lf 53' rf Blix f Q W :LH f Q' , H ,Wai 'Q em 7 1 I M 3, S, 3, l Z s w 4-645 Ex X: 1: V.. .1 J A, 'Wy-,,, HU JUULIQ 3' 'BULB U " "" f ,J f m,,u., """'T"llRnuu-...... ,.-,jaw 'A' ' , F 1 un' NME 4 , , " "3 lr if 4,-D 15: 4 Mike Kennebgy For two years Mike Kennedy S J has been the dynamic force behind the SIC Mike leaves Bellar mine this year but he leaves a legacy of hard 1 Diff, work and devotion to the cause of helping less fortunate people Mike Kennedy though isnt only responsible for the success of the SIC An enormous student response to the needs of others made this program a success Tom St Pierre and his crew have worked at Chandleer Tripp Karl Schnlder and Steve Swenson tutored at McKinnon School Dave Tennant Jim Lyons Gerry Grossman and many others tutored at Trace and Hester Other people worked at a local old folks home Tim Kemper Emory Adoradio and Joe Orlando headed a program helping families whose parents are in jail Friends Outside Students involved in Share headed by Bill Lauer ventured into the homes of grammar school students to help them in school work Tony Mendoza Joe Giacaclone and Bob Kretzmer worked at Contact. Presentation, Notre Dame and Bellarmine students participated in the Agnew State Hospital program. Many less for tunate people in Alviso appreciated the efforts of Jim Stewart and Bill Lauer, organizers of the Clothing Drive. A very successful Food Drive, headed by John Pope and Dave Riparbelli netted 33000. Peter Boscacci saw that the Walk-A- Thon was a success in helping to raise money. The SIC has provided Bellarmine students with an opportunity to do a great deal of good in their community. lin ,,.Q.-"A " A ,,,, Q ,..."y , ' y, 4419 r Thrs year s SAC had the misfortune of a protest agarnst therr choosrng of members en e du walked away wrth an overabundance of members who as the srtuatuon turned out werent as Wlrlrng to work as they had sand theyd be The AC survuved though and the em aunt members worked hard under the Ieadershrp of Larry Wrseman and Emery Adoradro Wrseman s rrght hand m n Sp1rlteyOkr g srqns decorated the corrudors Once agarn 3 13 'EF M yyn rn St 'i' settted, the SAC ' s r I ng a n r 61 cordinol lgmerirwgg imevweele een- VQVQVSV EUWQV K1 VCU. News edhter Fame eever QWUUCSU U V9H"Tz"V9' ee fme Belbermhme seeme 'VIS DWOSUDW blending eizezz wife herd feds Te ereeTe eredime mews sferles, I. I f Feewre ediTer Sfeimleege errieles reeerimg em Um- uguel eemeus eerivi- Tfes were Tirwged WNW mmerw Weresr 'dai Seeerwd year Deere ednfer Lirwrwey eeewres Eemeus eefwmes em rm SVP F C f .....,,....... .. . Pierr ...SteveFa . . . Tom Steinberg S E Ji Wa staffe E .Emilio Alva . . . . Joe Dama ..... Doug Linney E . . . Paul Wagstaffe . . . , Larry Schrupp ... Jim Mar T rtGrimaIdi S Q all Emilio Alvarez if Greg Cattermole oarillon 74 i i l lr Lou Stagnitto Jay Cattermole Twas the night before deadline and all through the place They cried for a write up to fill in this space. The pictures by Fat Boy were handled with care In the hope that this page would no longer be bare. The Mole and his sidekick, Emilio by name, Were working away and putting to shame The lousy writing and lack of taste Displayed by DiPippo who in his haste Forgot to mention the names of the few Who deserve much attention for the work they do. The boarder DeSaulnier and little Greg Blaine And good ole Paul Wagstaffe iwho's completely insanel And what about Linney whose photos you see Which give us a look at ole B.C.P. Norona, the man and Lauer too Were of help as was the Stagnitto named Lou. Almost forgot, last but not least The holy-man Robby the Jesuit priest Whose talents and patience land tolerance tooi Enabled ole Brooksy to put up with this crew. And now that this year is over and through, Now it is time to bid adieu We hope this means something to you. Nm., ' x' A--f -N 44" y,f Frank Campagna David DeSauInier f A f-X uw' in i unsun- - i Paul Wagstaffe Brooks and the gang AI DiPippo Doug Linney A.S.B. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER President ...... Pierre Krrch Vice-President . . Jlm Wagstaffe Secretary ...... Andy Wilson Treasurer ...... Larry Wrseman Sargeant-at-Arms Dave DeRose A.S.B. OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER President .....,. Vice-President. . . Secretary ....... Treasurer ....... Sargeant-at-Arms as 7,1 ' 1vNH1'zF"f1 gf . A A-M x .r 5.55: , , if ,awxigggifi 7 x .QL - af: E.. 1 A ofa: G' ' """'-"lP..,,M:"' Y -on 1 WAN! 'N 4' in-my 1 ww -nfl ff ay , D, " HM-ui 5 The NFL had the largest number of debators nn Bellarmlnes hrstory Outstanding performances were turned In by many members of the NFL ln various events ln oratory a speech delrvered to persuade or convlnce an audience Jam Wagstaffe was consistently rmpresslve In the lnterpretlve category In which debators speak on three manuscrlpts relatrng to the and Chns Whlte were outstandrng In humorous and dramatrc unterpretatlons memorlzed ten minute presentatrons In extemporaneous events ten seven minute presentations Plerre Krrch Jay Vrrts and Steve Fama were the most talented speakers Impromptu a speech off the top of your head Bellarmlne debator Glen McDonald was outstanding same topic, Ray Wagstaffe was excellent. Bill Howard -X I' A , 'Q 1 Q. U x , 1, Q4 X, , 'l Vi ll n I, - 1' f J ' kflifpw, ,,,,,,. . Q sem. -N +5 x -1 W A . x X 435. . fd .4 ff Hia-, I 4 1:- 1,-,ft 4 1 Wf fl ' ,V!, 1 J E: K 'auf f .Y rw, .2 lf ,E gf- N -5' s' Q5 1 y wil? SUS 5. x. fl 1 . xx, ,lg xg P qi if l ' A 1' w Aff R 9 l rl I v . l .ai iff' he czllnecton I-llckey im The Bellarmlne Band has undergone a transformation From a shpshod unorgamzed group of fifteen students the band has slowly developed unto a talented dlscrplrned group of twenty flve muslcuans Thus transformation has been achueved under the dlrectron of Mr Hickey a demanding leader who expresses an Interest IH hrs students as rndlvuduals as well as musucrans He feels that musrc IS an extensuon of one s personality and that rt rs hrs job to ard an the development of the rndlvrduals rn the band Now Band has been establrshed as a substantlal program at Bellarmlne The Band has played at numerous games and rallys atJuvemle Hall the Chrustmas Ball at the boarders Christmas dmner party and rn the Valley Farr Mall .U M J M. W A LAQLQCOQQAQCQOQOCOQLQAQOQALLQALOOAQAQAQAQQCQLCQQQQOQQQQOLCQ5 AAA A HomeMoms.emoMomohmomoMomomomomomo,v C Q . Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 4 4 4 Q 4 Q 4 4 4 Q 4 4 4 Q 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Q 4 4 Q 4 4 4 Q 4 Q 4 Q 4 Q 4 4 4 Q 4 4 4 Q 4 4 4 I IWHEIE binecfon T E mobenufon Eb Romano Josh Sficknegy SJ 5 U, aff , Q ' A I 4 -A 7 4 v Q f . X K 1' K , . 'kA,. an 'A il 1 , Q Q Q Q Q Q Q . Q .,. K- f 4' ' ' ' ' lnffQQ ' K A .H AM Q Q , Q Q J Q Q Q Q Q Q Q J VH LAAOAAAQAAOOAAAAAAAQQQ4 A545AAAQAAAa444554444QAA6A64AAA4A44g5.g.4. . 5531 EE..... ElT? The doors of the Liccardo Little Theatre opened. Displaying their tickets, the students and parents entered and were seated. Voices clamored and hands gestured as the audience anxiously awaited the start of the performance. A dim but resplendent light gradually revealed a court-room setting. Three gray- haired uniformed actors majestically entered and took seats behind an imposing judges bench. A contingent of court attendants, lawyers and assistants soon followed. Almost perfunctorily, one judge reached for wis gavel, banged it against the table's wooden surface and called the court to order. THE ANDERSONVILLE TRIAL had begun. Examining the conflict of duty versus conscience. THE ANDERSONVILLE TRIAL painted the story of a Civil War prison commander who cruelly mistreated prisoners. William Reilley and Frank Passafiume, portraying the two opposing attorneys admirably conveyed this tension. 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Sir Oakfeild, however, falls in love with Reno Sweeney llVlaxine Chicionel who is the leader of a group of evangelists, all female and "cursed with sex appeal." Also on the cruise is public enemy number thirteen, Moon, a hoodlum who all but steals the show lMike Speakmanl. Jim Reily portrays a drunk bishop while Frank Passafumie and Dave DeRose posed as newsman and sailors. Bonnie, the spirted young girl who charms all the sailors is played by Donna San Filippo, Regrettably, space does not allow for mention of all the cast, who performed very well. The success of ANYTHING GOES was due to the fine acting and the well organized crew of mechanics and technicians directed by Derek Granath. The staging of the musical was effective in setting the mood for the scene as a result of the crew's discipline and hard work. The musical's success is most certainly due to the fine direction and production of Ms. Walsh and her crew, Richard Allen, the music coordinator. Janie Allen in charge of Choreography, Jamie Evans who served as technical director, Katie Robins did an excellent job in providing costumes for the cast, and Francisco Andrade handled the publicity and the tickets. The directors and their talent organization and bringing out the most from their actors aided greatly in adding to character and enjoyment to the learning process of acting, pd Q- -ev " 2 Y s - .1 2 KIXW ' Q -- 5 3 . if. ,E ' I "TX ' - , .lxkg 3 7 , J F X V, 'M ui' yd. K Eff sax qs. Q 9, mir' ,E Q. X i flfffi :'f' W " -41,12 g.Ig,,.:1L. ,,,-.L.g.1: ' v.- ' ' .gel 'IYYTH H .. 1 ,, ik,,50 . :MY 19' 'ki 5 511.1 :if 7 , xp N 's ' 'W' .f , -wp , RA LL Y DANCE get down! I W' 5 5 5 sf" r h Y f ! MIX E RS Enter Surround yourself with music, friends, and strangers experience Contact rhythm motion kickback, let it loose, enjoy for a while no euphoria is short lived whereupon exit . . . V, X l sig i f ' , ,V E -J S , X . Q W4 .... , , , A. 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' 4, f Q1 . 1,-um.: 3 .N C ' FF- . ,A tj ' ' as QT- V V W Zigi, 2 Y ' ,pi .VA Q3 ' Q i , v A gr A QR X Q ' Q x- ' X ig was .5 Q, 4 Q 'fu , new tl, Q ' 'I if w v 5 Eg 1' . ' fr"' . An, fi nf.. w ' f 1 , Q M ' ig -f ' ,.,..fg' fl? . - - ' 5 .,.. .f. . . ,. ,M Q.. Q.. ' Q -4 A 39,1 ' " ny g '--YQ H, Q 52 wwf -.-, www -flaw. - Qs La F . if . 12" 5. A i KA, if 'z 3 This year, Spirit Week and its air of aggressiveness were followed by an unsuccessful effort on the part of the Bells to win the Mitty game. However, though the game was disappointing, spirit was high throughout the week of carnival-like atmosphere. The week was highlighted by an egg- drop, a tricycle race, a prune and Slurpee eating contest and a student-faculty Water Polo game. Spirit Week concluded with a superb performance by the Bellarmine Kazoo Band during half-time of the big game. The purpose of Spirit Week was to have fun. Jim Wagstaffe and his crew facilitated the fun with ingenious games and contests. All in all, Spirit Week '73 was a success because a good time was had by all. wg 7 l I Q, 609 On EVEN' Q-xg V if' W M :gift X -MAS B A iii 1 'Rx ENRUL X Ki 1 Q 1 U 4 " ' 'Y .fm-'reai X . if ' J . .A V . ,' V , -,Q i Q if,5HJ We X , Q I -.A K fm-J , YW ' M. 1 M fx "1 iw, ,Qt Q , v ,,-, 1 W W Q fm., ,i-aS 3 w rl: A .6 - , I is xv-rf I 4' ' xii If f' if f V I ' , -1 fn i Q ,S .. ii? frsfqirnf S i 'EL if A f ,WE -Q? x cheerleaders W J ,, ,f G., ,I I N ,, N 4 -'f QW . -f H H ' A V a - f t e s, fi - 4 in A " K 1'- :L . , ,, , 2 1: YLLL n Qr"f,!f',, H IT, is fm 1 in M xg Intramurals 73-74 were marked by aggressive competition, great student response and competent organization. Numerous teams participated in touch football, basketball, and softball. The finale of the intramural football season was the faculty-student game, which the students tied 7-7 in the closing seconds of competition. L.l ii sins ElUlltMli N- 'Lf'Wi . . 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Mentor Index 88 Senior Index 91 Administration 95 Mentor Section 98 Senior Section 141 Group Pictures 156 Boarders 170 M.A.El.A. 172 Advertising 1 73 F RUSH Ades, Scott 101 Adza, Thomas 138 Ahern, Jay 123 Ajluni, Richard 131 Albers, John 112 Alger, William 122 Alves, David 115 Aronson, Mike 110 Arstingstall, Walter 115 Avina, Raymond 131 Azevedo, Mike 110 Balestrieri, Joe 101 Barbettini, Robert 101 Barnett, Greg 103 Barone, Kenneth 132 Barrett, Scott 139 Battaini, Mike 131 Baumann, John 133 Beale, Karl 133 Beall, Francis 133 Benedetti, Donald 103 Bengle, Gerard 123 Benham, Mike 101 Bertoldo, Nick 132 Bertolucci, Richard 112 Bettencourt, Kirk 123 Blaze, James 124 Bommarito, Frank 115 Boothe, James 106 Bosacci, Mark 106 Bradshaw, Paul 133 Brandon, David 110 Brice, James 110 Brice, John 124 Brill, Daniel 139 Brown, Charley 115 Bryan, Kevin 103 Bull, Frank 132 Burke, Daniel 132 Canepa, Louis 124 Canepa, Michael 110 Cannino, Stephen 103 Carey, William 138 Carpenter, Steve 132 Carter, Greg 110 Castillo, Santiago 103 Centis, Greg 123 Chiechi, Mike 103 Ciardella, Richard 106 Cifelli, Thomas 115 Coffey, Kevin 122 Colorado, Tony 132 Comfort, Paul 110 Connolly, John 131 Corse, William 110 Corsiglia, Victor 124 Cortez, David 139 Cottingham, John 131 Crawford, Daniel 110 Cretin, Lee 139 Crowley, George 112 Crowley, Sean 132 Cure, Robert 115 Dahm, Eric 138 Daly, Eric 132 Daneke, James 133 Davis, Steve 124 Deaver, Glenn 103 Del Cesta, Robert 124 Del Chiaro, Bill 132 Di Giovanni, John 112 Dinapoli, Frank 124 Dinapoli, Mark 133 DiVittorio, Mike 131 Doherty, Patrick 139 Dolan, Peter 122 Donald, James 115 Dorilag, Renato 131 Doudell, Tim 139 Dougherty, Charles 103 ME N TURING INDEX Duarte, Timothy 133 Dugan, Patrick 124 Early, James 110 Empey, Dennis 122 Evert, Michael 138 Fabbro, John 110 Fahrner, Daniel 106 Ferrand, Thomas 122 Ferrari, Thomas 110 Fisher, Mark 123 Fletcher, Mark 110 Flores, Robert 115 Foley, John 131 Francia, Daniel 122 Francis, Gregory 112 Franzino, John 122 Friedrich, Erik 139 Fulhorst, Paul 122 Gaffney, Greg 115 Galdes, Anthony 122 Galvin, John 112 Garcia, Ivan 112 Gardenal, Aaron 120 Garza, Alfredo 132 Gillis, Eugene 101 Ginella, James 110 Giorgianni, James 103 Giovanzana, Mark 101 Gisi, Douglas 123 Good, Kenny 138 Gorman, Joseph 124 Gott, Kevin 101 Granath, Derek 138 Greene, Chris 122 Greer, Scott 132 Groat, David 115 Gullion, Mike 112 Guttas, Jeffrey 101 Haggerty, John 131 Harder, Gregory 131 Harris, Lance 133 Hasbrook, John 132 Heaney, Richard 132 Heisinger, Harold 106 Henry, Michael 138 Herrera, Mark 115 Hitchcock, Greg 124 Hollingsworth, Chris 123 Hughan, Wade 133 Hujar, Randal 124 Hurley, Thomas 110 Hurst, John 138 Hyde, Ronald 112 Imbimbo, Steven 122 Jacob, Michael 135 Johnson, Patrick 106 Jones, Chris 139 Jones, Todd 101 Kacer, Jon 139 Kaufman, Mike 132 Keaveney, Brian 122 Kelly, Michael 101 Kemper, Chris 124 Kennard, Keith 101 Kerrigan, Mike 123 Kilty, Kevin 101 Kirch, Jacgues 138 Kirwan, Peter 101 Kline, Daniel 124 Klis, Mike 139 Klose, Frederick 139 Kolesar, Jeff 110 Kolowich, Mark 124 Kopecky, Kraig 124 Korth, Terrance 112 Kovaleski, John 123 Lasecke, Mark 124 Laub, Donald 138 Leavitt, Andrew 131 Lebsack, Chester 133 Lee, Douglas 124 Lee, Timothy 133 Leeburn, James 112 Legallet, Robert 124 Lemas, Victor ll2 Lent, Michael 131 Linney, Warren 106 Lofano, Leonard 124 Look, Thomas 112 Looney, Scott 106 Lopez, John 131 Luedtke, Mark 139 Lupi, Steven 112 Maloney, Martin 139 Mangiantini, Mike 138 Mara, Doninic 110 Marlo, Craig 103 Marowski, Stephen 103 Martiez, Everardo 122 Martinez, Marlo 132 Mazda, Babak 112 McCann, Jerome 112 McCarthy, Daniel 106 McGreen, Joel 112 McKenney, John 106 McTighe, Micheal 112 Megowan, Bret 103 Melehan, John 133 Mercer, William 132 Meunier, David 122 Meyer, Michael 110 Micheletti, Paul 120 Milburn, Lawrence 120 Mingrone, Mark 115 Minor, Gary 101 Mollerus, James 112 Monreal, Anthony 139 Moreno, Joseph 101 Morris, Kelly 101 Morrisey, Douglas 115 Mosher, Paul 131 Mullinix, Mark 122 Maegle, Mark 133 Naegele, Robert 138 Neal, Peter 120 Newton, Glenn 133 Nino, John 103 Nolan, Michael 123 Nunzir, John 120 O'Brien, Sean 120 O'Conner, Shawn 133 O'Keefe, Richard 106 O'Keefe, Robert 115 O'Leary, John 131 Ondrasek, Daniel 131 Onorato, David 106 Orsley, Timothy 138 O'Shea, James 138 Page, Thomas 103 Palatella, Frank 120 Parissenti, John 138 Pelinga, Matthew 123 Pereira, Thomas 133 Perkins, John 106 Perrucci, Steven 103 Peterson, Courtney 120 Pieracci, Steven 120 Pilling, Michael 115 Pinheiro, Frank 101 Plough, David 110 Poindexter, Mark 139 Pope, Robert 115 Powers, Michael 123 Preston, Gary 103 Putnam, Martin 123 Raiche, Gregory 139 Ramian, Richard 115 Ramirez, Henry 139 Rabboah, Marc 106 Renkoski, David 122 Reveis, James 106 Reyes, George 123 Rios, Nathan 120 Robinson, Michael 103 Rockwood, Paul 131 Rose, Alan 110 Rosendin, Michael 123 Ross, Brian 115 Rowell, Gregg 103 Russell, Jeff 112 Sabatini, Donald 120 Sanders, Alan 132 Sanford, Mark , Santana, Peter 120 Sasseen, Robert 103 Schenone, Chris 132 Schmidt, Timothy 139 Schneider, Herbert 131 Schranz, John 101 Schwartz, Jeff 133 Seavey, Timothy 122 Shafer, Daniel 132 Sheehan, Jeff 133 Shellooe, William 120 Shreve, Charles 101 Sierakowski, Orin 139 Simmonds, Eduardo 133 Slavin, Timothy 122 Smithers, Ned 138 Sobraske, John 103 Soressi, Keith 122 Souza, John 120 Spitters, Thomas 106 Strait, Thomas 133 Stroth, Stephen 106 Strutner, Mark 120 Sudyka, Leonard 101 Supple, Joseph 131 Talty, Michael 133 Tapia, Armand 115 Tapia, Arthur 132 Tefft, Russell 120 Templeman, Thomas 123 Teriet, Roger 122 Thomas, James 120 Towne, John 123 Townsend, Robert 106 Vanotti, Joseph 131 Verga, Frank 133 Vieira, Davide 123 Villa, Chris 131 Vodicka, Kenneth 123 VonKonsky, Brian 132 VonRaesfeld, Martain 120 Wakefield, Donald 123 Walker, Thomas 132 Wall, John 120 Walpole, Stuart 120 Walsh, James 106 Walsh, John 139 Walsh, Michael 120 Walter, Brain 112 Wass, Scott 123 Wendel, David 133 Wiesler, James 101 Wilson, Bruce 110 Witzig, Daniel 101 Wookey, John 138 Woolf, Stuart 122 Woolsey, Kevin 131 Yarbrough, Peter 106 Zabala, Eric 133 Zaky, Keith 115 Zolezzi, Robert 101 Zsutty, Joseph 139 SUPHS Ales, Philip 100 Alexander, Matthew 119 Amaral, Antonio 104 Anderson, William 100 Avila, Miguel 104 Avina, Michael 119 Azevedo, Thomas 105 Bader, Carl 125 Balleweg, David 135 Baron, Brad 126 Barrett, J. Mark 105 Beall, John 136 Beall, Thomas 102 Bedolla, Charles 126 Benedetti, Michael 108 Bentley, James 104 Best, Chris 102 Blaine, Gregory 126 Bocci, Jeffrey 126 Boguski, Robert 113 Boothe, Curtis 104 Bordenave, Thomas 121 Bouch, Dennis 100 Bourdeau, John 121 Bozzo, Daniel 125 Bray, Peter 104 Briggs, Robert 104 Britton, John 105 Brown, Marvin 111 Buchanan, Robert 137 Burkdall, Thomas 137 Burns, Timothy 119 Cadena, Richard 136 Calderon, Mark 126 Calvello, Thomas 135 Campbell, Mike 111 Campisi, Timothy 104 Canelo, James 108 Cardenas, Albert 113 Carino, William 125 Casey, Arthur 125 Cauwet, Stanley 100 Clark, Charles 121 Connolly, Brian 113 Copeland, John 137 Coulson, Carl 125 Crawford, Andrew 121 Crisham, Mike 121 Cunningham, James 136 Dames, Mark 100 D'Angelo, Clancy 111 Danillo-Gasiewicz, H. 136 Degliantoni, Gary 125 DeLateur, Richard 112 D'Alessandro, Dan 102 DeBarr, Daniel 135 DelBucchia, Mark 135 DellaMaggiore, Dario 100 deRegt, James 126 DeSaulnier, David 104 Dibeonardo, Chris 119 DiMiceli, Ronald 100 D'Innocenti, Greg 102 Doiron, Mark 119 Doran, Kenneth 112 Dorcak, John 121 Drew, Douglas 125 Dunton, Thomas 136 Eline, Roger 100 Fabrizio, David 105 Fama, Robert 105 Feasby, Paul 104 Fellows, Andrew 136 Finney, Edward 105 Fitzpatrick, Francis 100 Flick, David 109 Foley, Timothy 126 Fortune, John 135 Fulton, David 136 Gabrielli, Pat 125 Garcia, Michail 135 Gavasse, Grant 105 Gessert, Paul 119 Giacomzaai, Robert 121 Giannetto, Steve 102 Gillespie, Thomas 126 Ginella, Anthony 113 Good, Larry 118 Gott, Keith 121 Grega, Brian 136 Greiner, Mark 121 Grossman, Albert 105 Guglielmino, Richard 100 Gustke, Robert 119 Haid, David 113 Hammock, Anthony 119 Harpster, Mathew 126 Hayes, Michael 125 Heffernan, Douglas 102 Heintz, John 136 Henry, Richard 135 Hoff, Gary 112 Holder, John 125 Hoimquist, John 100 Hortan, Robert 100 Hough, David 137 Howard, William 104 Hsu, Eugene 135 Hughes, David 102 Hurt, Martin 113 Inouye, Keith 137 Iverson, Jon 135 Ivie, Mark 109 Jeffries, Brian 104 Johnston, Faber 126 Jones, Michael 135 Julius, John 119 Karleskind, Andrew 104 Kaster, Steve 135 Kavalaris, John 121 Kavanaugh, Dennis 104 Kay, Randolph 135 Kelly, Chris 119 Kendrick, Mark 137 Keneally, Steve 121 Kiefer, Kip 126 Kimes, William 119 King, Steven 125 Klein, Richard 105 Klumpp, Chris 109 Koch, Gregory 137 Koenig, Kurt 121 Kramer, Terrence 135 Kraut, Joseph 137 Leanse, Lloyd 121 Lent, Rick 125 Lico, Robert 135 Lighthouse, Ton 100 Livingston, Chris 135 Lloret, Paul 137 Lohr, Robert 105 Lopez, Jimmy 105 Lucas, Robert 113 Ludemann, Scott 111 Lundquist, Richard 135 Lutkenhouse, Mark 109 MacArt, Chris 102 MacDonell, Greg 109 MacKinnon, Kevin 105 Maguire, Fred 119 Maher, James 105 Mallen, Brian 136 Malloy, Jeffrey 113 Mangiantini, Marc 137 March, Chris 136 Marsh, Daniel 102 Martin, William 135 Matthias, John 100 McCoy, Rob 102 McDonald, James 135 Mclntyre, David 136 McShane, Hugh 136 Meagher, Thomas 105 Menacho, Frank 119 Mendence, Eddy 105 Mendoza, Michael 113 Messick, Michael 135 Michelett, Mark 136 Millioto, Paul 100 Miller, David 116 Miller, John 121 Mills, Michael 126 Mirassou, John 113 Mitchell, Frank 111 Mitsch, Michael 116 Mollerus, Michael 116 Montanari, George 104 Morales, Frank 121 Mossing, Kirk 116 Mundy, Stanley 116 Murdoch, Warren 104 Murphy, Damian 109 Murphy, James 121 Murphy, Patrick 121 Myers, Donn 112 Nagy, Paul 121 Najarian, Richard 113 Nicolai, Brent 116 Nicolaysen, Tom 105 Novak, Edward 116 Oberriter, James 111 O'Brien, Robert 125 O'Donnell, Peter 137 O'Donnel1, Robert 113 O'Neill, Frank 126 Onitsuka, Sean 102 Onorato, Paul 125 Ostner, Peter 126 Overhouse, Richard 102 Ozuna, Herbert 105 Page, James 113 Palmesano, Timothy 104 Pan, Henry 116 Panus, Daniel 111 Pardi, Kelly 116 Pasquinelli, Monte 119 Peakes, Scott 109 Perez, David 104 Pessagno, Stephen 135 Peters, Ben 116 Petersen, Grady 136 Polich, Michael 118 Powell, Steven 104 Provasi, Thomas 116 Putnam, David 112 Radford, William 136 Raiche, Andre 137 Ramirez, Donn 116 Real, Jaime 113 Reilly, Daniel 116 Reilly, George 116 Reis, Stanley 100 Retana, Mark 125 Reitz, Matthew 113 Renstrom, John 125 Richard, Paul 116 Richards, Garth 102 Richards, Richard 113 Robb, David 116 Rocca, Brad 104 Romeo, Joseph 118 Rosa, Luis 113 Rose, Kenneth 118 Rousseau, Mark 118 Ruiz, Arthur 102 Russi, Chris 116 Ryan, John 137 Ryan, Raymond 137 Salberg, James 136 Salcido, Daniel 136 Sanchez, John 100 Sanfilippo, Philip 131 Scearce, John 118 Schachtman, Todd 104 Schlichting, Fred 136 Schmidt, Chris 113 Schmuck, Peter 116 Schneickert, Mike 126 Schroeder, Stephen 126 Scocca, Thomas 102 Sedillo, Rafael 126 Serpa, Miguel 116 Shea, Stephen 119 Sheridan, John 102 Silva, James 121 Silva, Thomas 119 Silva, William 137 Simone, Andre 100 Siri, John 125 Smith, Daniel 126 Smith, Harold 125 Smith, Terence 119 Smithers, Scott 109 Smyth, Joseph 125 Spain, Paul 116 Spitters, Laurence 137 Spiva, Joseph 104 Squatritto, Mark 119 Stagnaro, Michael 135 Stevenson, Michael 113 St. Pierre, Marc 121 Straub, Daniel 137 Sullivan, William 109 Supple, Andrew 119 Swift, John 121 Sylvia, John 111 Talia, Michael 116 Taylor, Clayton 100 Taylor, Keith 125 Taylor, Stephen 105 Teresi, Joseph 137 Thene, Kevin 105 Thonis, Timothy 105 Thornton, Mark 105 Thrift, John 104 Tiernan, Barton 125 Tjon, David 102 Torres, David 102 Tralongo, John 136 Twomey, Brendan 102 Valdez, Pel 136 Vaughn, Fredrick 119 Vidovich, Michael 113 Walker, John 100 Wall, Michael 105 Walsh, Patrick 109 Wass, Shawn 111 Wasserman, Michael 126 Wattis, Gary 102 Way, Bernard 100 Whitehead, David 137 Whitney, John 112 Wilk, Michael 104 Williams, Robert 105 Wilson, Steven 105 Woodside, Matthew 105 Young, Michael 126 Yurich, James 105 Zaky, James 113 Zappettini, Bill 125 Zarka, Matthew 137 Zuchowski, Paul 100 JU IDRS Adoradio, Emery 109 Alongi, Patrick 117 Alvarado, Michael 128 Alvarez, Paul 134 Asimos, Dean 134 Bacon, Thomas 109 Barrington, William 199 Barth, Thomas 133 Baumann, Michael 107 Beckum, Leonard 135 Bermudez, Richard 140 Bernstein, Richard 108 Berry, Robert 99 Blaze, Johm 129 Bommarito, Michael 127 Booth, Robert 129 Borella, Chris 117 Bosacci, Peter 99 Boyer, Jeffrey 117 Bray, Bernard 130 Brennan, Claran 127 Brinkman, Bruce 117 Brown, Michael 128 Brunello, Daniel 134 Burdick, George 140 Burke, Michael 140 Cabrinha, Michael 130 Campagna, Frank 108 Cancilla, Craig 133 Canessa, Remo 127 Casazza, Forrest 99 Castro, Leonard 107 Cattermole, John 130 Chang, Walter 134 Chapman, James 109 Chetcuti, Charles 108 Chin, Ronald 130 Cifelli, Chris 108 Clark, Gregory 108 Coaker, William 109 Conway, Michael 128 Coyle, Erin 128 Crisham, Peter 108 DaRosa, James 118 Dedinsky, Gregory 109 deRegt, Thomas 107 DeRosa, Frank 133 DeRose, David 1,18 Dewey, Richard 129 Dias, Thomas 127 DiBernardo, Mark 133 DiNapo1i, Paul 108 DiPippo, Albert 134 Doherty, Joseph 117 Dolton, Gregory 126 Donald, Steven 117 Dondero, Peter 129 Donnelly, Michael 130 Ducote, Gregory 133 Eichhorn, John 129 Eline, Getvase 127 Erazo, Erwin 111 Everett, Jon 118 Fallon, Mark 134 Farrar, William 140 Ferenz, James 99 Ferrari, James 99 Ferrari, Stephen 99 Fisher, John 108 Fitzhenry, James 128 Fitzsimmons, Mike 112 Fogarty, Terence 99 Fuselier, David 107 Gallagher, Kevin 128 Gallego, Joseph 140 Gibbons, Steve 117 Gilles, Mark 117 Gors, Kevin 99 Grandsaert, Tom 117 Graziani, Richard 130 Greaney, Daniel 118 Griffin, Thomas 117 Grimes, Richard 126 Grolemund, Steven 111 Grossman, Gerald 114 Gumbel, Gregory 133 Gurza, Robert 114 Guzman, Jose 111 Haggett, Timothy 128 Hausier, Michael 111 Heffernan, Paul 134 Heintz, Michael 99 Hemington, Mark 111 Henriques, Donald 140 Henriques, John 111 Hernandez, Victor 114 Holder, Frank 117 Honig, Richard 140 Hurley, Brian 140 lntersimone, Dean 111 Jim, David 111 Johnson, Mark 99 Johnson, Paul 114 Kay, Thomas 111 Kelly, Kevin 111 Kelsh, Mike 111 Kemper, Timothy 99 Kevill, John 111 Kille, Mark 108 Klein, Mark 140 Knapp, Eric 130 Knoppe, Alfred 127 Kohn, Peter 130 Labianca, Mike 134 Lambert, David 129 Laney, Brian 128 Langholff, John 134 Larson, Paul 129 Lasecke, Tracy 126 Lauer, William 114 Lazzeri, Mike 99 Leiter, Charles 117 Lemmon, Thomas 128 Lohrke, John 129 Lopez, Louis 134 Lopez, William 114 Lovett, Kon 129 Lozito, Robert 112 Lucid, Thomas 129 Lupo, Gregory 99 Lyons, James 134 Machado, John 128 Mantle, Terry 134 Mastropietro, Vince 130 Matasci, Raymond 117 Matthews, Perry 127 McCarrick, Robert 134 McConville, Tim 130 McGarry, Patrick 129 McMahon, Timothy 114 McPherson, Mike 130 Mendizabai, Mike 129 Micheletti, John 117 Miller, Thomas 140 Mingrone, Stephen 127 Montgomery, Thomas 99 Morales, George 127 Moran, Edward 118 Morello, George 108 Morgan, P. Daniel 140 Morrisey, Chris 108 Moultray, Mike 108 Murphy, Joseph 128 Murray, Richard 108 Musavi, David 108 Murphy, Thomas 117 Myers, Marc 107 Naras, Richard 127 Navarrete, Robert 108 Nelson, William 127 Nicora, Nick 107 Nino, Edward 129 Normandin, David 108 Nunes, John 114 O'Day, Kevin 127 Olesen, Ricky 127 Orlando, Joseph 129 Ostrowski, James 129 Padilla, Alberto 107 Padilla, Mark 134 Page, Stephen 129 Pang, John 99 Passafuime, Frank 134 Passaiacqua, Ken 130 Peltzer, Thierry 129 Pera, Steven 127 Perkins, Thomas 140 Perry, George 117 Pfaff, Michael 127 Pfeiffer, Carl 107 Piazza, Ben 128 Perzadeh, Darius 108 Portwood, David 130 Prater, Gary 108 Pribek, Michael 130 Radford, Dennis 108 Rafferty, Andrew 130 Ramian, Randall 128 Rapp, Stephen 117 Ravizza, David 129 Regan, Terence 117 Reilley, James 107 Renstrom, Paul 127 Repetto, Mike 130 Reynolds, Mark 127 Rico, Gerardo 108 Ringer, Patrick 128 Riparbelli, David 130 Risso, Michael 127 Rodrigues, Greg 114 Romac, Nicholas 107 Rose, David 108 Rose, Paul 140 Ruth, Jonathan 118 Ryan, Robert 114 Ryan, Stephen 99 Ryan, Thomas 99 Salume, Roy 127 Saso, Michael 140 Sassone, Paul 107 Sassone, Stephen 107 Scarpelli, Steven 140 Schmitt, Ken 134 Schmitt, Mike 129 Schuchmann, Kevin 99 Schumb, Chris 130 Seeger, Jeffrey 100 Shyba, Hugh 100 Sieben, James 99 Silva, Steven 130 Simoncini, Kenneth 117 Skraznas, Gregory 127 Smith, Edward 117 Smithers, Paul 130 Soltau, John 108 Spitters, John 117 Stagnitto, Louis 127 Stone, David 127 Stronck, Robert 129 Sullivan, Timothy 129 Swartz, Peter 112 Tennant, David 114 Tiernan, Scott Pat 140 Tiernan, Scott Peter 128 Tiscornia, Joseph 134 Torres, Frank 99 Treat, Stephen 128 Treshler, John 130 Tucker, Kelly 114 Van Alstyne, Barney 117 Vander Sluys, Marcel 140 Vicas, Gregory 114 Wagstaffe, Raymond 112 Walewski, Andre 107 Wiechers, Michael 140 Williams, Louis 140 Woods, Kevin 140 Woods, William 118 Woodward, Timothy 118 ADZA. JOHN 559 Del Sol Av,. Pleasanton. Ca ... 846- 3490 Football Fr. 1, Var. 2,3,4: Block B 2.3.4. lSgt.-at- Arms 3, 4l: Track 2.3: Convention 2,4 "The only good neck is a red-neck." AKEYSON, JIM ... 285 Eucalyptus Av., Hillsborough, Ca . . . 344-4839 . . . Basketball Fr. 1, JV 2, Var. 4: CARDINAL 2.3: CARILLON 3: Intramurals 1,2,3,4: NFL 3 ... "What's the BUZZ?" ALVAREZ, EMILIO 971 Erica Dr., Sunnyvale, Ca . ,. 736- 9122 . . . "The Senior Directory is a sublimation of our essential desire to be loved, Yet, because ontogeny recapitulates phil- ogeny. I am helplessi idealistic fool - 1,2,3,4." AMARAL, TOM 85 Serra Wy., Milpitas, Ca . . . 262-0249 Theatre Guild 3,4: Library Assistant 1,2,3,4 ... "Don't lose hope, it's too difficult to recIaim." ANDERSON, ERIC 1428 Glen Ellen Wy., San Jose, Ca .,. 269-9678 .,. Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Track S-F 2, Var. 3: Ski Club 2 ... "Go do it." ANDERSON, STEVEN ... 770 Betty Ct. Sunnyvale, Ca . . . 739- 2924 Cross -Country 1,2: SAC 3,4: CARDINAL 3,4: Big Brother 4: CSF 2.3.4 .., "A river. a mountain to be crossed. The sunshine in mountains llike mel sometimes lost." - Chris Squire. I ATKINS, MARK .,. 250 N. 9th St., San Jose. Ca ,,. 998-3336. BARKHORDARIAN, PHILIP 531 Sutter St.. San Francisco. Ca. 781-4598 "Bellarmine. love it or leave it. I'm leaving." BARRY, BRIAN T 1236 Emory St.. San Jose, Ca .. . 294- 4865 .., Football Mgr. Fr. 1, JV 2, Var. 3.4: Baseball Mgr. Var. 1,2,3,4: Block B 2,3,4: Musical 1,2,3,4: Drama 2.3.4 "A senior this year, a freshman next." BEATON. BRIAN 1428 MacDonald St., Redwood City. Ca . .. 366-6795. BERGEN, BRIAN 284 Bayview Av., San Jose. Ca 258-6380 Soccer JV 2: Intramurals 2.3: Agnews 3: Judo 1. BLAINE, TIMOTHY 2285 Tioga Dr,, Menlo Park, Ca 854-3171 ... Tennis Club 3.4: CARILLON 3: Pep Club 4: Bridge Club 3,4 "I'm O.K. You're O.K," BLOOM, PETER ... 1601 University Av., San Jose, Ca . , . 296-4527. BLUETT, MATTHEW 710 Se Lilly, Corvallis, Or l502l 753-0095 "My wings are preened, I'm a high fIyer." BORMAN, WILLIAM 123 Lakeshore Dr.. San Mateo. Ca ... 341-7683. BOWLES, JOHN ... 1177 Ruth Dr., San Jose. Ca . .. 264- 5065 Intramurals 1,2,3,4: SAC 2.3: Food Drive 3: Ski Club 1,2 ,. . "If you're not going to go all the way, then don't go at all." BRADT. TOM . .. 237 Alberta Av., San Carlos, Ca 593- 3618 ,.. NFL 1: Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Table Tennis 4 "I don't know yet," BREEN, BILL .,. 30 Linaria Wy.. Menlo Park, Ca 854- 6736 . . . Basketball Mgr, Fr. 1: Soccer JV 2. Var. 3: Track Var. 3 .., "Ask me if I care." BROSAS, CARLOS 26 Garcia Villa, Philippines ... Water Polo 4: Swimming Var, 4: Intramurals 4 ,., "Man's success depends not on his luck: but of what he is and what he has made of himself," BROWN, GREGORY ... 2582 17th Av., San Francisco. Ca 682-4368 ... "A true human being is one with the courage to be himself." BURNS, GREGORY 3665 Willowood Dr., San Jose. Ca , . . 266-8929 ... Track Mgr. JV 1. Var. 2,3,4: SAC 4: Big Brother 4: CSF 2.3.4. CAHALAN, DENNIS .,. 731 Capistrano Wy., San Mateo, Ca . . . 344-8054, CALEY. JAMES 6201 W. Miramar Dr.. Tucson, Ar . .. 298 7206. CALLAN, MARK .., 30 Bayberry, Hillsborough, Ca . . . 344-6715 Cross Country 1,2,3,4: Track 1,2.3 . . . "Hope?" CARROLL, JOSEPH D ... 2535 Lansford Av,, San Jose. Ca 264-0464 Football Fr. 1, JV 2, Var. 3,4: Baseball JV 1,2 Var. 3,4: Block B 3,4: NHS 3,4. CASEY. PAUL 762 Laurie Av., Santa Clara, Ca 241- 3103' ,. . Football 1.2.3.4 IJV All-Leaguel: SIC: Agnews: Intra- murals 2,3: Convention 2. CATTERMOLE, GREG 60 Ralston Rd.. Atherton, Ca 368-1996 CARILON 2. Associate Editor 3, Editor-in- Chief 4: NFL 2,3,4: Stamp Club 2: Bell Follies 3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3.4 . . , "It'l! come about." CHAN. PETER 5 Shiu Fai Ter 9!B, Hong Kong. CIESLAK, RICHARD ,,. 5141 Glentree Dr.. San Jose. Ca 252-0241. CLANSKY, JIM ... 440 Virginia Av., San Mateo, Ca . . . 347-1173 ,,. Water Polo 3: Big Brother 4: Martial Arts 4. CLARK, KEN ,., 14582 Horseshoe Dr., Saratoga, Ca . . . 866-2223 . . . "Went in the park late last night, got alot of people over eighty up tight just doing the ring-around-the-rosy-rag." - Arlo Guthrie. CLEARY, MATTHEW 884 Fifteenth Av., Menlo Park. Ca . . . 322-5666, COLEMAN, JAMES ,.. 1467 Kiner Av., San Jose, Ca . , .269- 3814. COLVIN, MARTIN 1418 Capuchino. Burlingame, Ca 344-8169 j COOK, TOM .,. 757 S. Genevieve Ln., San Jose, Ca , . . 248-4440 . . , Basketball Fr. D's 1: Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Golf JV Capt. 3, Var. 4 . . . "Today is only yesterdays tomorrow." - Uriah Heep. CORCORAN, TIMOTHY C ,.. 475 Guadalupe Dr., Los Altos, Ca. 948-5762 NFL 1,2,3,4: CARILLON Art Editor 3,4: THE COMIX Founder and Head Editor 4: Hiking Club 4: Big Brother 3,4 "En temps de peste. defense de cracher sur les chats." -- Albert Camus. CORENSON, BRANT ... 119 Belvue Dr.. Los Gatos, Ca 356-8276. CORENSON, TODD ... 119 Belvue Dr.. Los Gatos, Ca 356-8276. CORTESE, DAVID Rt. 3. Box 402, San Feli, San Jose, Ca. 274-4452 COSTANZA, ROBERT 1498 Cherry Ave., San Jose. Ca . . . 292-1263 CROWLEY, KEVIN "BILLY" . .. 2186 Hedding St, San Jose. Ca 243-5677 Football Fr. 1,JV 2 lAll-Leaguel. Var, 3,4: Block B 3,4: Track Var. 3,4: Intra- murals 3,4: Food Drive 1.2: Agnews 1,2 "You can't always get what you want. but I stiIItry." CUNNINGHAM, DENNIS 4917 Sandy Ln., San Jose, Ca .., 377-8944 ,.. Intramurals 2,3,4: CSF 2,3,4: SAC 3.4: Basketball Fr. 1: Football Fr. 1. JV 2. Var. 3: ... "To be great is to be misunderstood." CUSATO, JOSEPH Box 275, Campbell, Ca ... 356- 4000. CWALINA, PAUL . .. 559 Fern Av., Pinoles, Ca 758-3444 Radio Club 1: Ski Club 1.2: NHS 2,3,4: CSF 2,3: ABC 3.4: SAC 3 ... "Non serviam, Lucifer." DAHLIN, MICHAEL 4859 Leigh Av., San Jose, Ca .., 377- 0224 ,. , FootbaIlJV 2.3, Var. 4: SAC 3: Intramurals1,2,3.4, DAMASSA, JOSEPH A 421 La Prenda Rd., Los Altos, Ca ... 948-4199 .., Swimming F- S 1,2, Var. 3: CARDINAL 3. Production Editor 4: Big Brother 3,4: SAC 2,3,4: CARILLON 2: Intramurals 2,3,4: MAFIA 4: NHS 2,3,4: CSF Life Member "ln the course of human events there's always a jerk like Nixon to mess everything up." DASCHBACH, ROONEY 64 Winchester Dr,, Atherton, Ca , ,. 323-6990 . . , Basketball 1: Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Class Secretary-Treasurer 1: Football Cheerleader 4: Convention 3,4: Tennis Club 3,4: Senior Ball Committee: Agnews "Little Ellie is a turkey, but , . . DeBARR. ROBERT 4872 Caldredon Dr., San Jose, Ca .. . 253-5380. DEDINSKY, SCOTT 5266 Eileen Dr., San Jose, Ca ... 252- 8855 ,.. Judo 1: SoccerJV 2.3. Var. 4: Ski Club 4: CSF Life Member, DEGGLEMAN, RICHARD 41555 Paseo Padre, Fremont. Ca ... 656-4952. DEVOE, PAT 1679 View Dr., San Leandro, Ca 983- 0627 Tennis Var. 1,2,3,4: Football JV 3: NHS 3.4: Block B 2,3,4: SAC 2. DEWHIRST, MARK 1675 Faitwood Av.. San Jose. Ca . . , 269-9269 . .. Basketball 1: Golf 1,2: SAC 2,3,4: Soccer 3,4: Intramural Council 3.4: CSF 2,3,4: Block B 3,4: Intramurals 2.3.4 "l firmly believe, as a Christian gentleman, that God created everything at Bellarmine. except the gym." DILEONARDO, CARL .,. 124 N. Willard, San Jose, Ca 292-7692. DIMICELI, ROBERT 5720 Condor Circle, San Jose. Ca . . . 264-8338 ... MAFIA 3: Bowling 2: SAC 1,2: Judo 1: Intramurals 1.2.3 .. . "Life is one long short story." DiSALVO, MARK 1991 Josephine Av., San Jose. Ca ... 377-3393. DiVITTORIO, CHUCK ... 157 N. 31st St., San Jose, Ca 251-1083. DRESSEL, DAVID ... 119 Via de Tesoros. Los Gatos. Ca 358-1111. DUDOCK, STEVE 229 Hardy Av., Campbell, Ca ... 378 9142. DYER, NICHOLAS 55 Willow Rd., Menlo Park. Ca . . . 325-8694. EIRIZ, GUS 4 Estates Ct.. San Carlos, Ca 593-7917 Basketball 1: Tennis 3,4: SAC 3: Table Tennis 4 ... "Life is too short to worry about trivial things." ELIZALDE, JOSE 505 Roehampton Rd., Hillsborough. Ca . . . 344-8196. ENNES, JOE 1536 E. St. James St.. San Jose. Ca ... 251- 2678 lntramurals 1,2,3,4: Soccer 1,3: SAC 1,2,3,4: Big Brother 3 . . . "Ports rule." ERICKSEN, HAROLD 1021 Shearwater Dr.. Audoubon, Pa . .. 666-5793, FAMA, STEVEN 1320 Whitegate Av., San Jose. Ca . . . 264-0934 ... NFL 3.4: CARDINAL 3, News Editor 4: CARILLON 2,3: Track 1,2: Cross Country 2: SAC 1.2.31 Frosh Newspaper: Soph Newspaper . .. "Yes." - James Joyce. FAVARO. JAMES 208 Claremont Av., Vallejo, Ca 642-4332 . . . Water Polo F-S 2. Var. 3.4: Swimming Var. 2,3,4: Block B 2, Pres. 3,4. FAVARO. KEN ... 208 Claremont Av., Vallejo, Ca 642-4332 Water Polo 3.4: Football JV 2: Swimming Var, 2,3,4: NHS 2,3,4: Block B 2.3.4 "At Bellarmine l've learned thatlife is like a movie ... censored. spliced, color, black and white, slow motion, instant replay." FELLOWS, RAYMOND ... 4952 Bel Canto Dr.. San Jose, Ca 377-2447 Food Drive 2.3: Bowling 2: Basketball Fr. 1, JV 3. Var. 4 . . , "Let us endeavor to live so that when we die, even the undertaker will be sorry," FOLEY. TERRENCE ... 38670 Drexel Ct., Fremont, Ca . . . 793 8057. FRANCIS, MICHAEL ... 463- A Central Av,, Alameda, Ca . . . 521-4400 Soccer 3: Cross Country 2: Martial Arts 4: Bowling 2: Chess 2 ... "In life. one can attain only what he worksforf' FRANZINO, MICHAEL... 1465 Myrtle Av.. San Jose, Ca ... 264-4156. FREELAND, JOHN ,.. 19185 Brockton Ln.. Saratoga, Ca 255-3381 ... Soccer JV 2, Var. 3. Co-Capt, 4: Block B 3,4: SAC 4: Big Brother 2,3,4: Intramural Ref . ,. "Cannon." FREITAS. JOHN ... 1898 Meridian Apt. 6, San Jose, Ca ... 265-9104, FREITAS. RICHARD 382 N. 33rd St.. San Jose. Ca 923-5231 Intramurals- i.4: SAC 3.4: Big Brother 4: CSF 2,3,4 ... "Hey. Ace." FRIAS, MARK 4838 Kinghurst Dr.. San Jose. Ca . ,. 356-2306 Football 1.2.3. Mgr, 4: Baseball 1: Judo 2,3 ... "lf you go off on a tangent it is hard to get back into the circle of things." FROST, BRIAN 1480 Lundy Av,, San Jose, Ca . . . 293 3487. GALDES. FRANK 656 College Av.. Menlo Park, Ca . .. 325-0351. GASPICH, JAMES ... 25473 Elena Rd.. Los Altos Hills. Ca . .. 948-1522. GIACALONE, JOE "JOCKO" 1191 Emory St., San Jose. Ca 297-7650 Football Fr. 1, JV 2.3: Track 1: SIC: Soph Hop Committee: Bell Follies 2: Agnews: Intramurals 2.3.4: Football Cheerleader 4 "Don't fight the faculty' cause you'll always lose. and remember turkeys live forever!" GIANSIRACUSA. JOSEPH E ... 977 Asbury St.. San Jose. Ca ... 295-2086 ... Soccer Var. 3.4: Convention 3.4: Big Brother 2,3,4: NFL 1,2: CSF Life Member . . . "There are a thousand hack- ing at the branches of evil to one who is thinking at the root." - Thoreau. GIL-PEREIRA, ARMANDO ... 5675 Lewis Wy., Concord, Ca ... 687-3013 ... Martial Arts Pres. 4: Judo 3 ... "Underestimating an opponent is a weakness." GLEASON, PAUL ... 741 Madison St., Santa Clara, Ca . . . 296-2898 Football Fr. 1: Basketball Fr. 1, Var. 2: Intramurals 3,4 . .. "Eight miles high ll'm free, and freedom tastes of realitylf' - The Who. GODBY, DENNIS ... 49 Aiken Wy., Sacramento, Ca 455- 2360 Track Var. 3.4: Band 3.4: Football Var, 4 "The only way to become a champion is through hard work." GOLDEN, KEVIN ... 2378 Woodland, San Jose, Ca . . . 244 5768. GONZALES, ARTHUR ... 1057 W. Parr. Campbell, Ca ,. . 378-7443. GOODMAN, LARRY 2568 Northwood Dr., San Jose, Ca . , . 262-3569. GRASSI, PETER ... 12 Politzer Dr.. Menlo Park, Ca . .. 325-8496 Football Fr. 1, JV 2, Var. 3.4: Baseball Fr. 1. JV 2. Var. 3.4: Block B 3.4. GRASSO, MARK ... 425 Edgewood Rd., San Mateo, Ca 343-3972 Water Polo 1.2: Swimming F-S 2, Var. 3.4: Intramurals 1,2,3.4: Big Brother 4: CARDINAL 3.4: CARILLON 3.4: Table Tennis Capt. 4: SAC 3.4: Literary Magazine 4 "SmiIe, smile. the viIIain." - Othello, GREINER, ROBERT 3633 Vista del Valle, San Jose. Ca ... 258-1882. GROLEMUND, STEVEN 1172 Cordelia, San Jose, Ca ... 253-0892. GUARINO, MIKE 753 Sunset Glen Dr.. San Jose, Ca 227-2298 ... Football Fr. 1, Var. 3.4: MAFIA 3: Convention 2: Food Drive 3 . . . "It's better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick," GUGLIELMO, GARY ... 1480 E. Main Av.. Morgan Hill, Ca ... 779-4791. HALTOM, JAMES 14542 Story'Rd., San Jose, Ca ... 251- 3069 German Club 2.3, Pres. 4: CSF 3: Library Assistant 3.4: Right to Life 3.4: Amnesty International 4 "The future leaders of Americal? Forget itll!" HANNA, PAUL... 767 Borregas St.. Sunnyvale, Ca . . . 734-2179. HASHAM, MARK 769 Palm Ct.: Sunnyvale, Ca . .. 732- 5713 ... ABC 2.3.4: SAC 3.4: SIC 4: Track Var. 3.4: CARDINAL 3.4: CARILLON 3.4: THE COMIX Co-Founder and Staff Editor: Musical 4: Bell Follies 3.4: Big Brother 4: Drama 2.3.4 "Our experiences are composed rather of illusions last than wisdom acquired." HEMINGTON, STEPHEN 1741 Santa Lucia, San Jose, Ca ... 267-2501, HOGAN, EDWARD 206 Sebastion Dr., Millbrae, Ca 692-2049. HOLLAND, IRAYMONDI BURT 2461 Johnson Pl.. Santa Clara. Ca. 248-3512 Big Brother 2.3.4: NFL 1,3,4: Cross Country 3: Basketball Cheerleader 3: Am- nesty lnternational 4: Intra- murals4 ..."A.M.D.G." HOLM, THOMAS 961 Mary Ann Dr.. Santa Clara, Ca . . . 296-4045. HOUGH, MICHAEL 175 Belwood Gtwy,, Los Gatos, Ca 269-3948 "Sure got around," HUCKELL, GILBERT ... 2195 Casa Mia Dr.. San Jose, Ca 377-0487. IATOMASE, PHILIP 2169 Woodard Rd.. San Jose, Ca . . . 371-0644. INOUYE, LARRY 18505 Withey Rd.. Monte Sereno, Ca ... 354-3160, JAVIER, JEFFREY MORGAN ... 480 Pullman Rd., Hillsborough, Ca. . . . 344-8288 ... Football Fr. 1,JV 2, Var. 3.4: Track JV 1,2: SAC 4: Intramurals 1,2,3.4: Block B 3.4: SIC 3: Convention 2.3: Bell Follies 1,2 ... "Back on the road again." - D.K., K.C., J.G,, P.C., J.J. JEFFERSON, RICK 1195 Sierra Av., San Jose, Ca . . . 294- 3150 ... Judo 3: Dixielander 1: Band 1,2,3.4: Musical 1,2,3: Jazz Band 4: Radio Club 4: French Club 4: THE COMIX 4: Bell Follies 1,2 "The future of man lies in the unplumbed depths of the mind and shall never be realized until he denies hislimitationsf' KANE, TOM ... 2125 Ensenada Wy.. San Mateo, Ca ... 349-0507 ... Block B 1.2. Vice-Pres. 3.4: Golf Var. 1,2,3.4: Big Brother 2.3.4. KAO, JOHN . . . 6-C Carnarvon Rd., Kowloon, Hong Kong Tennis Var.. 3.4: Table Tennis 4 ... "Confucious said ... " KAVANAUGH, TIM 3341 Olsen Dr.. San Jose, Ca ... 241- 3970 ... Jazz Band 4: Band 4: Agnews 4: Food Drive 3: Intramurals 1.2.3.4 "If you wanna play 'da blues, You got to pay your dues," - B.B. King. KELLY, DENNIS 2694 Maplewood Ln., Santa Clara, Ca ... 243-1538 ... "lt's the water. and A LOT MORE!" KIELY, MARK ... 733 Yale Ln.. Santa Clara, Ca . . . 248-9463, KING, MARTY . .. 1075 Sweet Dr., San Jose. Ca ... 253-5122 Football Fr. 1. Var. 2.3.4: Baseball Fr. 1, Var. 2.3.4: Block B 2.3.4 ... "BeIls: 23. S.l.: O." KIRCH, PIERRE 956 San Benito St., Hollister, Ca .. . 627- 1095 ... NHS 2.3.4: CARDINAL 2. Feature Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: CSF 2,3,4: NFL 1,2,3.4: ASB Treasurer 3: ASB President 4: KBEL 2: Golf JV 1 ... "To sing, to laugh. to dream: To walk in my own way and be alone: Free, with an eye to see things as they are " - Edmund Rostand. KITTS, DAVID ... 2478 Country Club Ln., Selma, Ca .. . 896-4800 ... CSF Life Member: Basketball Fr. 1: Track F-S 1: Football JV 2.3: Water Polo Var. 4: Bell Follies 1,2,3.4: Musical 3.4: Big Brother: Block B 4: Library Assistant 2.3: Class Vice-Pres. 4 "Don't tell me not to live, l'ye got to. If someone takes a spill it's me and not you. Who told you you could rain on my parade?" KNAPP. TOM 40588 Ambar Pl., Fremont. Ca .. . 656- 3652 Football Fr. 1: Var. 3.4: Soccer 2: Block B 3.4: CSF 2,3,4: Basketball Cheerleader 41 Intramural Ref. 3.4 "Jug - O for 4: he never got me." KOCH, ROBERT 1125 N. Lemon Av.. Menlo Park, Ca .. 325-1388 ... "Bizarre." KOPECKY, GEOFFREY 720 Bromfield Rd.. Hillsborough. Ca. . . . 344-4421 ... Big Brother 3.4: NFL 3: Ski Club 3: SAC 3: CARILLON 3: Cross Country 2: Food Drive 3.4: Intramurals: SIC 3 "Live now, for it all goes by too fast." KOSTAINSEK, EDWARD ... 596 Santa Barbara Rd., Berkeley, Ca . , . 524-5867 . . . Football JV 2. Var. 3.4: Block B 3.4: SAC 3.4 .. . "l don't want to go, 'til l've been all around." KRETZMER ROBERT 2624 Barkley Av.. Santa Clara, Ca ... 243-9128 ... Football 1,2,3.4: Baseball 1,2,3.4: Class Pres. 1: Athletic Board 3,4 . . . " . . . ultimate tragedy is the sil- ence of the good.: " - Martin Luther King. KWAN, TIM 295 Prince Edward Rd.. Kowloon, Hong Kong 014022 . .. "Confusion." LAGOMARSINO, FRED P.O. Box 977, Tulare. Ca 686-7896 ... SAC 2,3 ... "l've gone to Bellarmine for 4 years and I still think the world is flat!" LANDGRAF, MIKE 762 Stone Ln.. Palo Alto. Ca 322-3185 ... SAC 3.4: Cross Country 1,2 . ,. "For long you live and high you'll fly and smiles you'll give and tears you'll cry and all you touch and all you see is all your life will ever be," R. Waters. LANDUCCI, ROBERT 1962 Kobara Ln.. San Jose. Ca ... 377-2872 ... Intramurals 2,3,4: Football Fr. 1, Var. 2,3,4: SAC 3.4: MAFIA 3 "Cheaters never perspire." LAWRENCE, JOHN ... 3599 Warner Dr.. San Jose, Ca 251-0732 Basketball 1: Intramurals 1.3: Food Drive 2.3: SAC 3. LEE, ERNIE ... 317 Elliott St.. San Francisco. Ca 239- 6225 Ski Club 2,3: Big Brother 4: SAC 2.3: SIC 3: Class Pres. 4: Bell Follies 4. LEMIEUX, MICHAEL 1041 Wilsham Dr.. San Jose, Ca ... 295-2759 ... Basketball Fr. 1: French Club . .. "Je suir Ie meiux. N'est-ce por." LEVINSON, LEWIS 2833 Evergreen Wy., San Jose. Ca ... 274-2955 ... "Thank you." - Duane Allman. March 12. 1971. LINK, DAVID... 1352 Robsheal Dr.. San Jose. Ca . . . 269-6619 "Bridge Club 3 . . . "Lunch was great." LINNEY, DOUG ... 116 Dana Av., San Jose, Ca 292- 2850 Cross Country 1,2: Track 1.2: Band 2: NFL 3.4: SIC 2,3,4: CARDINAL Photo Editor 3.4: CARILLON Photo Editor 4: Drama 4 ... "Don't blame mel I voted for McGovern." LORINCZ, THOMAS 19605 Glen Una, Saratoga, Ca ... 354-5420. MacDONALD, GLEN ... 15770 E. Alta Vista, San Jose. Ca . . . 251-6471. MACIEL, BARRY 221 Marina Blvd.. San Francisco. Ca . . . 346-0406. MAHANY,'JOHN 1588 Jacob Av.. San Jose, Ca 269-3859. MARSHALL, GEORGE ... 2886 Adeline Dr., Burlingame, Ca 344-1667 Track 1,2: Cross Country 2: Football 3: Bell Follies 2.3 . .. "The only sneeches allowed on the beaches were the star-bellied sneeches." - Dr. Suess, MARTIN, JIM 1676 Bel Air Av, San Jose. Ca 489- 8042 Musical 2,3,4: Bell Follies 2.3: SAC 3.4: Winter Ball Committee 4: NHS 1,2,3.4: CSF 2,3,4: CARDINAL Art Editor 4 "Happiness makes up in height what it lacks in length." McMARVEL, JOHN ... 1494 Gerhardt Av.. San Jose. Ca ... 264-3751 ... "You can't always get what you want, and if you don't need it, don't take it to class." McCRACKEN, SEAMUS 101 Tuscaloosa Av.. Atherton, Ca ... 325-0465 ... Homeroom Pres. 1: Intra- murals 1.2,3.4: Football Mgr. Fr. 1. JV 2, Var. 3.4: Basketball Stats Var. 3.4: Stamp 81 Coin Club 2: CSF 2,3,4: Intramural committee 3.4: Big Brother 3.4: CARILLON 3: Math Club 3: Sons of Erin 3.4: Block B 3.4: Convention 3,4 "Look for what you find." McGUIRE, JERRY 7812 De Soto Av., Canoga Park, Ca ... l213l 882-6936 ...Track F- S 1.2. Var. 3.4. Mgr. F-S 1: Football Var. 4: Astronomy Club 1 ... "May you be in heaven a half hour before the devil knows you're dead." - Irish Toast. McINTYRE, ANDY 14278 Amherst Ct., Los Altos Hills. Ca ... 493-2986 ... Cross Country 1: Track 2: Intramurals 2: SIC 3: Tennis Club 3: SAC 2.3.4 ... "I am you and what I see is me." - D. Gilmour. McKEON, STEPHEN ... 3764 Rhoda Dr., San Jose. Ca ... 248- 6452 . . . Basketball Fr. C's 1,JV 1,2. Var. 3: Intramurals 3,4 ... "You can't always get what you want. but if you try sometime you might just find you get what you need." McMAHON, KEVIN 2280 DePaul Pl., Santa Clara, Ca 241-9151 ... Big Brother 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4: Volleyball 4: Intramurals 3.4 . . . "You poison my sweet waters and you cut down my green trees." - Quicksilver. McMORROW JAMES ... 1240 Bellair Wy., Menlo Park. Ca ... 854-6701. McNAMARA, MICHAEL 40699 Sundale Dr., Fremont. Ca ... 656-4352. MENDOZA, TONY 554 Leigh Av.. San Jose, Ca . . . 294- 5918 Track 1: LEFTOVER Editor 4: Bell Follies 3,4 "There's only ONE way to keep trucking." MIGLIACCIO, GEORGE 1715 Walnut Grove, San Jose, Ca ... 248-9072 ,.. Intramurals 3,4: Clothing Drive 3,43 Food Drive 2,3,43 SAC 3,43 Convention 4. MITCHELL, TOM 2230 Laurelei Av., San Jose, Ca 243-7394 ... Baseball 1,2: SAC 2,32 Soph Hop Committee 23 Agnews 3,4 . . . "The smoker you drink, the player you get," MONAHAN. DAVE 1581 Wawona Dr., San Jose, Ca 264-4240 .. . Tennis 3,4 . . . "lf I could save time in a bottle." - Jim Croce, MORANTO, STEVEN . . . 3488 Gavota Av., San Jose, Ca 269-2067. MORSE, MATTHEW ... 9001 E. Oro Plaza, Elk Grove, Ca 685-4156. MULCAHY, BRIAN 1774 Dry Creek Rd., San Jose, Ca . . . 269-4733. NADELL, DAVE "HOUNDOG" ... 1340 Mills St., Menlo Park, Ca . . . 854-4360 . . . Basketball Fr. 1, JV 2, Var, 3: Baseball Fr. 13 Tennis Club: Intramurals 1,2,3,4 . . . "You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometime you find you get what you need." - Stones. NEAGLE, DAVID J ... 126970 Beaver Ln.. Los Altos Hills, Ca. ... 347-3388 ...Track 1,2,3,4: Big Brother 3,43 Convention 2,33 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 ... "To Rocket Ray Bonni, and Mr. Mazzuca, the HEAVIEST teacher I ever had." NELSON, JAMES 15045 Stratford Dr., San Jose, Ca 377-0260 CARDINAL 3,43 Judo 2,33 SAC 2,3,43 Big Brother 4 "Long you'll live and high you'll fly, but only if you ride the tide," - Pink Floyd. NIELSON, KURT 1144 Snowberry Ct., Sunnyvale, Ca ... 736-6283. NORONA, CHARLES . .. 1455 Valparaiso Av., Menlo Park, Ca. 325-1084 ,., NHS 3.4: ABC 2.4: Library Assistant 3,4. O'CONNELL, MICHAEL ... 2034 Bel Air Av,, San Jose, Ca 296-8501 . .. Football Fr. 13 Baseball JV 2,3, O'DONNELL, MICHAEL 84 Spencer Ln., Atherton, Ca .., 322-0449 ... NFL 1,2,3,4: Big Brother 2,3,43 ABC 2,3,43 SAC 31 Intramurals 2,3,43 Basketball Fr, D's 1. OKAGAKI, MICHAEL .., 782 N. 20th St., San Jose, Ca 297-8516. O'KEEFE, JAMES .,, 100 Alviso St., Santa Clara, Ca 243-8225. OLSON ROLF ... 618 Sheraton Dr., Sunnyvale, Ca . . . 245-5660. OPPENHEIM, BRUCE ... 916 Stagi Ct., Los Altos, Ca , . , 854- 6840 Soccer 2,33 Track 33 LUMEN "You have many years to live - do the thing you will be proud to remember when you are old." OPPENHEIM PAUL 916 Stagi Ct., Los Altos, Ca . , . 854 6840. ORNELAS, EFRAIN ... 109 S. 16th St., San Jose, Ca . ,. 293 6415. OSTER, STEVE 16080 Greenridge Ter,, Los Gatos, Ca .., 356-4688. PAREDES JR., RAFAEL J .., 7871 Hanna St,, Gilroy, Ca 842-4864 . . . Track Var, 2,3,4: Cross Country Var. 3,4 lCapt.Ig Block B 3,4 , . . "People are here to enjoy life, not to waste itl" PARIS, RICHARD 19926 Glen Brae Dr., Saratoga, Ca . ,. 867-3939. PARISSENTI, JAMES 1421 Mc-Bain Av., Campbell, Ca ,.. 377-7056 ... NFL 1,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,3 "The dinosaurs didn't believe in research either." - bumper sticker, PELLEGRINI, MARC ... 1540 Oake Creek Dr. 4204. Palo Alto, Ca ... 326-0107 ,.. Intramurals 2,33 Football Cheerleader 3: Clothing Drive 43 SAC 1,2,3,4: Food Drive 2,33 SIC 2,42 Dance Committee 1,2,3 . . . "TeII someone you're a loner and right away they think you're lonely. lt's not the same thing you know," PEPITONE JR., ANDREW JOSEPH 1428 Brookdale Dr,, San Jose, Ca , . . 294-2646 . ., GolfJV1,3. PEROTTI, PHILIP 2267 Peachtree Ln., San Jose. Ca 296-0554 Football JV 33 Basketball Cheerleader 33 Intramural Council 33 Con- vention 3 . . , "PJ lives." PERRELLI, MIKE 959 Capitola Wy., Santa Clara, Ca . , , 243-9721 .., Soph Hop Committee 23 Food Drive 33 Agnews 3.43 Musical 33 Friends Outside 4 "Fear not- whatever you decide will probably be the wrong thing." PERRY, GEORGE 904 Third St., Woodland, Ca . . . 662- 8202 Football Fr. 1, JV 2, Var. 3,4 lCo-Capt., All-Leaguel3 SAC 3,43 Block B 3,43 Basketball Cheerleader 43 Convention 2,3,4 "The wild man is a Bell Brewer forever." FERSYN, MICHAEL 1535 Lloyd Wy., Mountain View, Ca 967-7175 SIC 2: SAC 1,2,3,4: Musical 23 ABC 1,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Rally Committee Co-Chairman 4, Ten- nis 3,43 Table Tennis 4 "I came and I wentl" PETRY, MARK .., 1958 Georgetta, San Jose, Ca . . .264- 2456. PHELAN, KEVIN 457 Roosevelt Av., Sunnyvale, Ca , . . 739-3133 CSF 2,3,4: ABC 2,3,43 Library Assistant 4: Child- hood's End 3: Amnesty Inter- national 4 "What we need we do not know and what we know we do not need!" POPE, JOHN .., 1791 Briarwood Dr., Santa Clara, Ca ... 248-3667. POWELL, MICHAEL 5186 Country Ln., San Jose, Ca 253-3737. PRIBEK, MICHAEL 7 Netherton Ter,, Morristown, N,J ... 539-3337 ,.. Cross Country 13 Drama 1 ... "Do not always think of yourself." PURCELL, JAMES 220 Brookwood Rd,, Woodside, Ca . .. 369-1149. RAIBLE, VICTOR 14440 San Mardo Av., San Jose, Ca ... 258-9410. RAMIRES. PHIL... 969 Broadleaf Ln.. San Jose. Ca .. . 296-0949 .. . Water Polo Var. 3,4: Block B 43 CSF 2,3 ... "Do it in the water." RAMOS, ANTONIO 540 Alkire Av., Morgan Hill, Ca 779-3681 , , . Cross Country JV 2, Var. 3, Capt. 4: SIC 3.43 Track F-S 2, Var. 3,4, Block B 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Food Drive 1,43 Clothing Drive 43 Big Brother 43 Convention 43 Car RalIy4 . .. "Good things come in small packages." RANKIN, JOHN ,.. 20477 Forrest Hills Dr., Saratoga, Ca ... 867-3554. RAO, MARK .., 1729 McBain Av., San Jose, Ca . . . 269-5909, REDING, TERRY 413 Sea View Dr., Aptos, Ca 328- 7946 Water Polo F-S 1,2 Var. 3,43 SAC 33 Big Brother 43 Block B 3,4 "Happiness is not achieved in the goal itself but in the striving for it." REGAN, JEFFREY 329 Campesino Av, Palo Alto, Ca ,.. 328-7946 ... Cross Country 1,2: Track 1,2: SAC 3,4 "lf things were meant to work out the way you wanted them to, you would have been born a God, but you weren't so never underestimate the unexpected." REILLEY, WILLIAM 1421 Manchester Rd.. Chico, Ca 342-6961 . . . Water Polo 13 Lib- rary Assistant 1,2,3,43 Student Council 13 Bell Follies 1,2,3,4: Musical 1,2,3,4, Theatre Guild 1,2,3,4 "In a world where carpenters are resurrected- anything is possible." REYNAUD, ERIC 15795 Highland Dr., San Jose, Ca 258-1746 "Man only lives once: so do it while you can." RICHARDS, DEREK 1735 Glen Oaks Dr., Santa Barbara, Ca .... 969-2546, ROBERTS, DANIEL 2369 Glendenning Av., Santa Clara. Ca .... 243-3103. ROCKEL, BRUCE ... Box 544, Bridgeport, Ca 932-8181 Martial Arts 3,43 German Club 3,43 CSU 3,43 SAC 3 "Gutes Bier und junge Weiber sind die besten Zeitvertreiberl D.U.A.!" RODRIGUES, EDWARD 838 College Av., Santa Clara, Ca . .. 296-0506. ROGERS, PAUL... 840 Poplar St., Santa Clara, Ca 296-0193 NFL 1,2,3,4: Library Assistant 1,2,3,4, Chess Club 1,23 Bridge Club 3,43 Theatre Guild 2,3,4 . . . "I have a dream, - Martin Luther King Jr. ROMERO, VICTOR MANUEL 163 Cottonwood Rd., San Ysidro, Ca 428-1829 Football 1.3.45 Track 1,25 Big Brother 2,33 CSU 3,4 "LA RAZA! MEXICANOI LATINO! HISPANOI CHICANO! or whatever I call myself, I look the same, I feel the same, I cry and sing the same." ROTH, HANS 841 Midvale Ln,, San Jose, Ca . ,. 265-0520. ROY, ED 1829 Kirkmont Dr., San Jose. Ca ... 266-1222 Food Drive 2,3,43 Clothing Drive 23 Track 3,43 Musical 43 Big Brother 43 SIC 3,43 Intra- murals 2,3,43 Car Rally 4 .,. "I like work, it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours." RUIZ, RALPH . .. 833 Dickran Dr,, Tulare, Ca 686-7671 . . . Class Secretary-Treasurer 4 ... "lt's a wonder I can think at all. RUSSELL, PAUL . ,. 2284 Star- bright Dr., San Jose, Ca . . . 377- 4388 . . , Judo 13 Track 2: Food Drive 2,33 Car Rally 43 Intramurals 2,3,4 ... "Good things come in small packages." RYAN, DOUGLAS 1735 Crockett Ln.. Hillsborough, Ca .., 344-6123. ST. PIERRE, TOM 2229 Tulip Rd., San Jose, Ca ... 243- 6105 . . . Track 13 Cross Country I2 ABC 2: Agnews 3.4: Food Drive Organizer 3,43 SHARE 4 "There is no such thing as 'best' in a world of individuals." SALCIDO, HECTOR 1776 Barcelona Av., San Jose, Ca . , . 266-7439 .. . Football Fr. 1, JV 2, Var. 3.41 Baseball Fr. 13 Judo 1,2,3,4: Head Basketball Cheerleader 4 . . . "Ralph it up, boys!" SALERA, ROBERT 1587 Edmund Ct., San Jose, Ca 266-6792, SANTANA, RICHARD 1578 Peacock Av., Sunnyvale, Ca 245-2777 Student Council 1,2,33 Class President 2,33 SIC 23 Big Brother 2,33 Intra- murals 2,33 Student Activities Board 2,3 . . . "To put meaning in one's life may end in mad- ness, but life without meaning is torture." SCHMIDT, TIMOTHY MICHAEL 3016 Muscupiabe Dr., San Bern- ardino, Ca 882-8767 Homeroom Officer 13 Block B 2,3, Sec.-Trea, 43 Convention 2,33 NHS 3,43 Baseball Fr. 1, Var. 2,3,43 Basketball JV 1, Var. 2,3,43 Football Var. 4 , , . "Tryin' to make it real, compared to what?" - Les McCann. 7QSCHNEIDER, KARL . . . 379 N. 6th St., San Jose, Ca 294- 7549 Intramurals 1,2,33 SAC 2,3,43 Sodality 23 Big Brother 43 SIC 2,33 Kazoo Band 3,43 Clothing Drive 2,43 Food Drive 2,33 Convention 3,43 Car Rally 4 ,. . "My only tools used in fighting this world are love. kindness, and a fire extin- guisher." SCHOENDORF, WALT ... 16508 Farvue Ln., Los Gatos, Ca ... 354-1635 .., Class Vice- Pres. 13 Food Drive 1,23 Track F- S 1, Var. 2,3,43 Block B 3,4: Athletic Board 3,43 CARILLON Photo Editor 33 NHS VP 43 NFL 1,2 "Honesty is the best policy." SCHOLL, KEVIN 1993 Downing Ct., Santa Clara, Ca . . . 244-1399 NFL 1: Track 13 Student Council 13 Food Drive 1,41 Clothing Drive 43 Intra- murals 3 . . , "CalI any vegetable. and if the chances are good - the vegetables will respond to you" - Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention, SCHRUPP, LAWRENCE 159 Gilbert Av,, Santa Clara, Ca ,.. 241-3479. SCHWARTZ, JOHN T... 3718 Kingridge Dr., San Mateo, Ca ... 345-7908 ... .Swimming F-S 1,23 Var. 3,4, Capt. 3.43 Water Polo F-S 2, Var. 43 CSF Life Member: Big Brother 3,43 Aviation Club Moderator 1,2,3,43 Block B 3,4 "We live on the threshold of a dream." --The Moody Blues, SCOTTO, ANTHONY 571 St. John St., Pleasanton, Ca . . . 846-8961. SELVI, ROBERT 850 W. Olive St,, Sunnyvale, Ca ,,. 736 4665, SEVER, AL . .. 1689 Grizilo Dr., San Jose, Ca ,.. 266-1902 .., Intramurals 1,2,3,43 SAC 1,2,3,4: CSF3 Baseball JV 2,3, Var. 3,4 , , . "Everybody needs a laugh - GO D.O.A." SHARP, MICHAEL ,.. 2590 Malaga Dr., San Jose, Ca 264-3967 Chess 1,2,3,4: NFL 1,2,3,4: Bridge Club 3,43 ABC 3,4: Shakespeare Festival 2: Car Rally 4 "Let me be known by the friends I kept." SHEEHAN, GREGORY 13597 Marmont Wy.. San Jose, Ca .. . 258-2888. SHEEHAN, MARK 13597 Marmont Wy., San Jose, Ca . . . 258-2888. SHEK, PATRICK 105 Waterloo Rd. Grd., Kowloon, Hong Kong . .. Table Tennis 4 "A new student from Hong Kong." SHELLWORTH, THOMAS R . .. 357 Walsh Rd., Atherton, Ca 854-0807 ... Block B 2,3.4: Bell Follies 3: CARDINAL 2,3: CARILLON 2: Big Brother 31 Cross Country 1: Track 1.2.3,4: Intramurals 2,3,4 . .. " - You and I travel to the beat of a different drum." - Ronstadt. SHERIDAN, THOMAS . . . 499 N. 4th St.. San Jose. Ca ... 293- 3581 ... NFL 1,2,3,4: Intramurals 1.3: Drama 3.4 "Today is the end of this much of your life." SHUMAKER, MICHAEL 5559 Copeland PI., San Jose, Ca ... 356-9930 ... NFL 4: Chess 2,3.4: Teenage Republicans 3,43 Math Club 3: ABC 4: Martial Arts 3. SIEBEN, DENNIS 22540 McKean Rd., San Jose, Ca 269-2833. SILVA, RAYMOND ... 713 N. 17th St., San Jose, Ca ... 297- 8215 ... Baseball Mgr. Fr. 1, JV 2: Hobby Club 1: Aviation Club 3: Cross Country JV 2.3: Track 3: Intramurals 1.3.42 Big Brother 4: SIC 4: Car Rally 4 "What- ever happened to our new gym? Nothing, the old one just grows on you." ' SINGLETON, STEVEN 17151 Copper Hill Dr., Morgan Hill, Ca .... 779-4268 . . . Track 2: SAC 4: Intramurals 4. SLATER, RICHARD 30 Newell Rd., Palo Alto, Ca 321-0149 Bowling 4 "Enjoy the small things of life." SOTO, JERALD ... 2416 Queens Cr., Merced, Ca . . . 722- 8341. SPEAKMAN, J. MICHAEL ... 57 Stratford Rd., Berkeley, Ca .. . musical 1.2.3,4: Theatre Guild 1,2.3.4: Bell Follies 2,3.4: CARDINAL 1.2: CARILLON 1.2: Shakespeare Festival 2 "Man existing in the world is absurd." - Albert Camus. SPENCE, BILL 22 San Marino Ct., Walnut Creek, Ca . . . 939-4053 Drama 3,4: Musical 4: Bell FoIlies4 ... "It is true, that there is no absolute truth." SPENCER, MICHAEL 5560 Rudy Dr., San Josei Ca ... 265-0683 . . . Golf 2,3.4: Track Mgr. 1: NHS 2.3,4: CSF 2,3.4: Football Stats 2,3.4: Library Assistant 1,2: Intramurals 2,3 . .. "Don't give up the ship." SPICER, GARY 6683 Trinidad Dr., San Jose, Ca 268-3554 Football JV 2. Var. 3,4: Baseball JV 3, Var. 4: Block B 3,4 "A common fault existing today is that too many people think that they are groovy but discover that they are only caught in a rut." SPINHARNEY, JAMES 345 Cypress Av., San Bruno Ca ... 589-1351. STAVA, TOM 883 Russet Dr., Sunnyvale, Ca 736- 2484 NFL 3.4: Intramurals 1,2,3: CARILLON 2.3: CARDINAL 2.4: Drama 2 "Those who can don't have to." - Duert. STEFFAN, PAUL ... 449 Falk Ct., Menlo Park, Ca 322- 3909. STEINBERG, TOM ... 10300 W. Loyola Dr., Los Altos, Ca . . . 948-5311 NFL 1.2.3,4: CARDINAL 2,3.4: CARILLON 2,33 Judo 2,3,4: Football Fr. 1: ABC 1,2,3: Chess 2.3 "Jewish Powerl" STERN, ROGER ... cfo Compania Minera de Cananea. Cananea. Sonora, Mexico SAC 3: Intramurals 4: Football JV 3, Var. 4: CSU Trea. 3.4: Track 2 . . . "5th Amendment." STEWART, JIM ... 776 Purdue Ct., Santa Clara, Ca 248-3950 Cross Country 1.2: Musical 2,3.: Clothing Drive 4: Food Drive 4: Agnews 3.4: Bell Follies 2 "lf you have one true friend, you have more than your share." STIMSON, PATRICK 432 8th Av., Menlo Park, Ca .. .364- 1729. STRUTNER, PHILIP 1984 Marques Av., San Jose, Ca .. . 269-8660 ... Football Fr. 1, JV 2, Var. 3,4: Soccer JV 1,2, Var. 3: NHS 3,4: Block B 3,4: Big Bro- ther 4: Ski Club 4: Mentoring President 4 . . . "It's a great day fora ball game." SULLIVAN, JIM ... 16 Adam Wy.. Atherton. Ca . . . 327-6181 ... Basketball Fr. 1,JV 2, Var. 3: Golf JV 2, Var. 4: CSF 2.3, Intramurals 2,3,4: Convention 2,33 Football Cheerleader 4. . . . "You can't tell a strange duck by the way he walks, but by the hat he wear." SULLIVAN, BRIAN ... 40 Yorkshire Ln., Redwood City, Ca ... 368-7102 ... Football 1,2: Water Polo 3: Swimming 1: Golf 3. SUNSERI, PATRICK 745 E. Hedding St., San Jose, Ca ... 295-2768. SUPPLE, DAVID ... 40 Willow Rd., Menlo Park, Ca 323- 0657 . .. Big Brother 2.3: ABC 1,2,3: Bridge Club 3,4: Intramurals 1,2 "Drink and be merry: love and be happy: live and be successful." SWENSON, STEVE 3700 Lillick Dr., Santa Clara. Ca 296-1921 Football 2,3.4: Soccer 2,3,4: KBEL 4: SAC 3,4: SIC 4: Block B 3,4: Soph Hop Committee: Intramurals: Big Brother "Rise above it: consider the source." TALIA, JOHN ... 870 Camino Dr., Santa Clara, Ca 247- 2856 ... Intramurals 3,4: Football JV 3, Var. 4: Basketball Cheerleader 4: SIC 3,4 . . . "It's cool." TAORMINA, SAL 686 S. Daniel Wy., San Jose. Ca 243-9156. TEALDI, THOMAS ... 444B St.. Colma, Ca ... 7555-5577. TIERNAN, MARK S 1610 Martin Av., San Jose, Ca 295-5138 ... Baseball Fr. 1,JV 2, Var. 3.4: Football Fr. 1,JV 2.3: Basketball Fr. 1: Soccer Var. 4: Block B 3,4: ASB Sgt.-at-Arms 2,33 Student Council 2.3: NHS 2,3.4: CARILLON 3,4: SAC 3.4 Basketball Cheerleader 3: Big Brother 4: Convention 4 " ... Human Being 3,4 . . . " TRAINA, JOEL 680 N. Capitol Av., San Jose, Ca 251-6243. TROXELL, PAUL 461 Linfield Dr., Menlo Park, Ca 325-8897. TSENG, LOUIS Saigal Mansion 4 FI., 5, Yamamoto-Dori 2-Chome, Ikuta-Ku, Kobe, Japan Table Tennis 4 "Whatever is done from love always occurs beyond good and evil." - F. Nietzsche, BEYOND GOOD AND EVIL, Sec. 153. VADNEY, GEORGE 4646 Moorpark Av., San Jose, Ca . . . 253-5131 ... Football 1: Track 1: Intramurals 3 "TimsheI." - EAST OF EDEN. VANDERHOOF, WILLIAM ... 1470 Calaveras Av., San Jose, Ca ... 286-4421 ... SAC 1.2. VIDOVICH, JOHN 10535 W. Loyola Dr., Los Altos, Ca . . . 948-5669. VILLARAMA, RAMON 32 Samar Av., Quezon City, Philippines ... "I'm a blue eagle with blue beIls." VIRTS, JAY ... 982 Hilmar St., Santa Clara, Ca 243-0264 ... NFL 1,2,3,4 lPres.l: Academic Board 3,4: SAC 2: SIC 2: CSF 2,3,4: NHS 3.4: CARILLON 3.4 .. . "You can not teach a man anything. You can only help him discover it within himseIf." - Galileo. VOGEL, MICHAEL 16630 Kennedy Rd., Los Gatos, Ca . . . 356-6283. WAGNER, LAURENCE 2238 Semeria Av., Belmont, Ca 591-3850 ... "For-mer years."- R.M.N. WAGSTAFFE, JAMES ... 4 Robert S. Dr., Menlo Park, Ca . .. 325-4670 NFL 1.2.3,4: Basketball 1,2.3,4: ASB Vice- Pres. 3,4: CARILLON 2. Editor-in- Chief 3: CARDINAL 3. Sports Editor 4 ... "Nostalgia, Eugenics, lnstantism . . . 4 years . .. a toast to Blarney Teach." WAGSTAFFE, PAUL ... 1035 Valparaiso Av., Menlo Park, Ca ... 324-3086 ... Basketball Cheerleader 4: CARILLON 2.3, Business Editor 4: Block B 3,4: CARDINAL 3, Business Editor 4: Track Mgr. Var. 1,2,3,4: CSF Life Member: Convention 3,4: Bell FolIies3 ... "Mash Mittyl" WALEWSKI, CORNEL 1305 Sierra Av.. San Jose, Ca ... 292-1394 ... Soccer JV 3. Var. 4: Intramurals 1.2.3,4: Ski Club 2.3: German Club 3,41 Food Drive, 1.2.45 NHS 2,3.4: Big Brother 4: Agnews 3,4: Soph Hop Committee 2 "l'm all down to seeds and stems . . . " WATSON, ROBERT JOSEPH 2931 Marietta Dr., Santa Clara, Ca. 296-0293 Cross Country 1,2: CSF 2,3,4: Big Brother 3: Track 2 "Statues unlimited." WELLS, JEFF ... 25515 Elena Rd., Los Altos Hills. Ca . . . 941 4062. WHELAN, JOHN ... 95 Mercedes Ln., Atherton, Ca 322-1010. WHITE, CHRISTOPHER A ... 4747 Cartwright Av., N. Hollywood, Ca 769-7137 Musical 2,3.4: Bell Follies 2,3.4: Theatre Guild 2,3,4: NFL 3,4 ... "The dream is over." John Lennon. WILDER, RICHARD 963 Larkspur Av., Sunnyvale, Ca . . . 245-2935 "Beware of seemingly wise adages beware." WILSON, ANDREW 321 San Carlos Av.. Piedmont, Ca ... 652-2697 ... Soccer JV 1,2, Var. 3: Musical 1,2,3,4: Block B 3: ASB Sec. 3,4: Appeals Board. 3,4: SAC 1,2,3,4: Big Brother 2, 3: Teacher Evaluation Committee 1,2,3,4: Theatre Guild 2,3.4: Bell Follies 1.2.3,4: NFL 4. WISEMAN, LARRY 2131 Mulberry Cr., San Jose, Ca 269-2318 ASB Trea. 3.4: Class Vice-Pres. 2: SAC 2,3.4: CARDINAL 2,35 KBEL 3: Amnesty International 4: Kazoo Band 3,4: NHS 3,4: Basketball 1. WOODMAN, ALEX 762 Peekskill, Sunnyvale, Ca . . . 245 0288 WUNDERLING, GLEN CHARLES ... 19111 Vineyard Ln., Saratoga, Ca ... 255-1185 . .. Football JV 3: Tennis Club 3: SAC 3. WYNN, DENE 5499 Club Dr.. San Jose. Ca ... 923-4737. YUJUICO, GREGORY 385 Eucalyptus Av., Hillsborough. Ca. ... 348-2008 Table Tennis 4. YURICH, MIKE ... 25 Ortalon Av., Santa Cruz, Ca 423- 0123 Water Polo 1,2: Swimming 1: Track 2: SAC 3: Tennis Club 3: Bowling 2.3 "ValIey go home" ZDERIC, STEVE 350 Sharon Park Dr.. Apt. C24, Menlo Parka, Ca ... 854-6997 ... Water Polo 4: Swimming 4. AUCHOWSKI, BRUCE 1533 Glencrest Dr., San Jose, Ca 264-0617 Track 3: Intramurals 2.4: SAC 3: CSF 2,3,4: Big Brother 4. administration FR. JUHN L USGHIAVU REGTUR-PRESIDEN T Fr. Matthewson, SJ, Principal Fr. Flynn, S.J. Admissions Fr. Clemo, S.J. Assistant Principal, Student Affairs Fr. Shinney, S.J. Assistant Principal, Academics In Fr. Morse, S.J. Treasurer v A Fr. Coffey, S.J. Assistant Minister Fr. Costa, S.J., Minister Br, Huber. S.J. Maintenance SPECIAL STAFF RE UUGNI TIUN Virginia Campisi and Alice Hayes deserve special recognition. Virginia Campisi has operated the switchboard and acted as secretary for the treasurer for twenty-five years. Alice Hayes retired this year after seventeen years as secretary to the president. The Carillon salutes Virginia Campisi and hopes Virginia will be with Bellarmine for many years to come. And. finally, the Carillon '74 thanks Alice Hayes for seventeen years of gracious service to Bellarmine. ardlssone 'glam 2,5 1 Ive known Mr Blaettler for four years now In that four years he has been my teacher and counselor More than that he s been a good fnend Dan was someone who would be there and listen He would help any way he could Hugh school would really be a pain If there were not people like Dan around Akeyson J Alvarez E Anderson E Bluett M Berman W Cleary M Corcoran T Corenson T Daschbach R Dlmrcell R Dyer N Ellzalde J Freeland J Freltas J Guanslracusa J Gleason P Hogan E Holm T lnouye L Pepltone A Schwartz J Encksen H lSenlorsl Mr Ardlssone IS a real plsan he talks wnth has hands He s the only teacher at Bellarmlne who spends ranch Am t that raht Ferd7 Amaral T Chan A Costanza R Kao J McCracken S Ornelas E Oster S Pans R Rankin J Roberts D Roth D Ryan D Salera R Sheehan Greq and Mark Shellworth T Sheridan T Spence W Supple D Woodman A Yujulco G lSemorsl '--v-,...., I lf his weekends ropin' heifers on a me , t S i , dry' 'x' gi 5 v A C95 5 I ff H S' , -I J . rf . Q . I ll . I , T. I Barrlngton W Berry B Boscaccl P Casazza F Ferenz J Ferrari S Fogarty Gors K Helntz M Johnson emper T azzerl Lupo Montgomery T Pang J Ryan S Flyan T Schuchman K Sueben J Torreo F MIA Ferran J N5 ar 'Q fr nu 1' 'lv' 1, 5' Siem W 'WY' 2543? E ff ettm vc' Fr Bush ns always shaftnng gears He has a gentle volce but he IS wllllng to tell II luke lf IS When he talks about abortnon he s In the dnlemma of trylng to express a beautuful reallty burth an terms of the gross cnme agannst It I am In hus non vuolence seminar It s strange there seems to be an almost vlolent force drlvlng hum constantly a force which he controls wlth a smlle and a laugh uri 5 ' -V 5. 1 " M J l -A V ?'Iii,'4l'Qf 1' 1 T T . g , K l .A , A K M x-251.31 V hh A , i-L gg in jf J J, ttett fiii S! F " "M: , ' T ' L" ' ":t,L lllf A .- 2 t J 1 -1 ' , .fr E - ffjsif J ' 4--'HJ ' " , K f .K I L," ' . F at y A 1 -'t, f I ,-r'A . -. I ".'. F - , ' N, M F 1 - .rss F V I, .. - E. L gtgk ' Q5 t . in A ' Q j . , , . ,I A , . gt.t 1 gggg g .U tw TV? .f I: , ., IM.: aw:-,ul -in K K . 1 L ', M,: , G.: "fr ' 1 M I . Ji F . . , xv 5 :L A up V Q -1 . -1 . -1 Y V1 r M , -' 1 , , 5 F S . Senior section Bloom P Bradt T Callan M Dahlin M D1Salvo M Dressel spic einer Hemington Iatomase P Kane T Kopecky La ndga Loricz T Mclntyre O a aku Ramirez D Reynaud E Schoendorf W Singleton S Vogel M Yurich M Father Clemo involved teaching mentoring and student affairs dutys that require a great deal of work un er pressure Yet Fr Clemo carries this h a sm Keep it up Boo Boo' Ales P Anderson ouch Cauwet S Dames Dellamaggiore Dimaceli R Eline R Fitzpatric Holmquist S Horton R Lighthouse T Matthias J Milioto P Reis S Sanchez J Simone A Taylor C Walker T Way B Zuchowski P MlA Gughernino R hucnpito o EW Father Capitolo cares deeply about students. He helps them with their problems. I was involved in an incident a while back and there were some misunderstandings. Father offered his help in clearing up the conflict and this, to me, has proved that he is a beautiful person. Recently, l was on retreat and Father wrote a letter to me. It really expressed his concern about my social, private. and academic life. Because of this l've come to respect him not only as a teacher but as a friend. W.-7 VK? x GIEIIIO A ds. 'hd n 5 r '60 Q.-Ja" ill ia. ie :ii-.ne ,Q- -ma it as fi 4 . . , , ny.. Q: , .Z , .L lg Q ' 5' T.. W K I .1 ' , .1 . , 'T' P.: Ga 'h, J.: Q , G r ' , R . Z 5 A T -A G . 2 f, Nl . E K I yi. gf A., g k gl , Nl ., It -Vi, K g . ' " f r. 'Q . fill W' A ,F rw . - A ' i '11 H 1 . zl' If ,.,t3V. he , Y W x petty H . 4, , is ' in . U if . . Q ,WW . . . , , , Q - - ' N fl F . F l ' e no r m ou s lo a d 1 ' t.,. 'gf W If 'lee -ft "" ' it . ' tee A , it 1 ,f 'ff ,QE J sg L. 2 ,A as ggi, : HF AAV: I ' , , , 1, jf i , , t T 1 la ,e,t ' " g . ' if V K 1 4'-5. 1 ' "ff 3 I 'f- T W . ., Y l I: fa, , ..,, l -1 . I V: I I ,- K " 'thanx .1 . .5 . .5 ' rll - .. . , . r':, V 1 :V -, X ,,,, , , , 5 , Father Corbett IS the klnd of guy who specializes In being non commltal You could walt an etermty before hearing hum say yes or no to anything The ever lasting answer would be maybe He s an cheerful sort of man who IS always clowmng around or cracking jokes He s an excellent teacher Ades S Balestruer J Barbelum R Benham M Glllls E Glovanzana M Gutlas J Jones T Kelly M Kennard K Kllty K Kirwan P Manor G Moreno J Plnhelro F Schranz J Schreve C Suduka L Wlesler J Wltzlg D Zoleezzl R MIA Gott K Morrls K Q 55 ?y3, if Atv N W fwwfw fr: Father Delaney rs a man dlmlnutlve of size but not Intellect He makes history Irve he reveals all the welrd and Interesting facts about prominent people In Church History I walk out of hls class sometrmes with the feeling that I really know the person he was talking about My only regret was that I haven t gotten to know Father Delaney better Never before have I been so rmpressed wrth a teacher who In my mmd will Nevahhh nevahhh be forgotten X Kali it Beall T Best C DAlessandre D D Innocent: G Granneto S Heffernan D Hughes D MacArt C Marsh C McCoy R Onrtsuka S Overhouse R RlchardsG Ruuz A Scocca T Sheridan J Tjon D Torres D Twomey B MIA Wattrs G BBW 'gist JWQM3 I lit te tw at fe s:5xi'SF dempseg gawk R2 Wifi rm Wm-2 JN 'Ns :A W www PY iw A -11 ag. -.A .-i Barnett G Benedettl D Bryan K Cannlno S Chlechr M Deaver G Dougherty C Glorgrannl J Hollingsworth C Marlo C Megowan B N o J Page T Peruccn A Preston G Roblnson M Sasseen R Sobraske J MIA Morowskl S Rowell G A few years ago one of Bellarmlne's most lllustrnous athletes returned to teach at has alma mater Bug Chris Dempsey now has custody of several periods of frosh Man and Environment In addltvon to thus he somehow funds enough trme to coach varslty basketball No wonder he lost thlrty pounds last summer 1 ir' l A A " " W1 Q- as ' w . - ' A i mn. ai i A " 155W if New '. if-A rt A t X . , I m22zszz124Yf:W':v2f5:1N, 1 1-frm 51: 1 1 fm: ' A -"h :W 4 ,QI lf ? ml ,Y ef it ,fit ., ,gif 1, V"W Slin gs A fm ks-' ,R ,via ,g i ft -3 4 f 4 Vx - .AS A., D . 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N - ,dt wal? f 7, Q . gt, 9 J ' 5 Q .4 A :M j f -'-" :' . ,. , A 3 'N 1 V l , 5 . .5 , .1 in , 5 , .1 Q ,i .. meal Avila M Boothe C Bray lggs Campus: DeSaulmer D Feasby Howard W Jeffrles Karleskund A Kavanaugh Montanarl G Murdock W Palmesano T Powell S Rocca B Schachtman T Splva J Thrlft J Wllk M 'Snr -Q.. 39 mmf' all Ir devot Let s face If Fatha Devot IS one of the pillars of the History Department Hrs classes range from discussions of the Carollners to Cuber However his real forte IS has polmcal analysis But far be If from hum to ever comment on our lllustrlous presudent mf. 5... 2 Exfl W9 . -- J ' 'Sf-wfi,,i r T s sll A 2,3 Wm 'iv g va ,1- X X 0 .4- 'pn uf ,fm Azvedo T Barret J Britton M Fabrizio D Fama R Finney E Gavasse G Grossman A Lorez J Mackinnon K Mendence E Nicolayse Thene, K.: Thonis, T.: Tho n T Ozuna H Perez D Taylor S rton, M4 Wall, M4 Williams, R5 Wilson. S.5 Woodside, M 5 Yurich, J.g MIA: Klein, Ry Lohr, R.: Maher, J. Meagher, T. in When l had the privilege of having Mr. Doyle for an instructor he was studying to be a lawyer. In class he reminded me of Perry Mason the way he would pace up and down the rows of desks. Mr. Doyle truly was the most interesting teacher I have had at Bellarmine. t ft EMM aw-tw M,.2?fit gage ,, , Jgwbg il we K? rim'-Lb W Es sift Jw W? s RWE M W1 mm Vg M1 55554. 1,- 593 I l A Elma ki .W Wt J... gi? MM mm wg Q ffl! vi V T58 N V W at Z. ima 5334? 5 WTMWQ Jiifgg 1 gh 3 with -11233-L -P' M..-2 lm. s 4 iitizeie M W ...tw get , :ik g -rx my ,I . Q gg Q mr fl -wu- ,QJ x 5 91 .X f t emi tt: .iwemtrew at QE fe M.. W. FW E W wg Q W Si Q my 'VU 'Ny 'Q R. Q' var fm, 'Q u W igfgylwy Q rem Boothe, T.: Bosacci, M.: Ciardella, Fl.: Fahrner, D.: Johnson, .: Linney, W.: Looney, S.: McCarthy, D.: McKenney, J.: O'Keefe, .1 Onorato. D.: Perkins. J.: Rebboah. M.: Spitters, T.: Stroth. .: Townsend, R.: Walsh. J.: Yarbrough, P.: MIA: Heisinger, ' ReveIs,J. Andy has taught Biology. Philosophy and Religion. His intelligence and sensitivity are evident in and out of the classroom. Andy is far from being passive in his beliefs: he has recently been active in support of the U.F.W.O.C. Mr. D. seems to radiate an inner peace: yet beneath the tranquil exterior lies a dynamic individual. When Father Farina walks down the hall I know exactly how he feels. I can tell by the way he walks. The reason I know his feelings . . , he's easy to get close to. He's sensitive and he cares for the people he is responsible for. The boarding hall is not just a job for him, it's part of his life. lt's funny, he comes on strict, but he's let a lot of us off the hook when we really should have been nailed good. That isn't always the case, but we usually expect justice with temperance: he's fair and he cares. lSeniorsl Barkardarian, P,: Brown, G.: Caley, J.: Clansky, J.: Cwalina, P.: Favaro, J.: Favaro, K.: Francis, M.: Gil-Pereira, A.: Godby, D.: Kitts, D.: Kostainsek, E.: Kwan, T.: Lee. E.: McGuire, G.: Morse, M.: Perry, G.: Reilley. W.: Richards, D.: Rockel, B.: Romero, V.: Ruiz, R. BFI IIAIIIFRIIXIGTCJIXI Bauman M Castro L deRegtT Fuselier D Myers M Nicora N Padilla A Pfeiffer C Romac N Sassone P Sassone S Walewski A lSeniorsl Blain T Coleman J Fellows R Hasham M Kavanaugh T Olson R Spencer M Zderlc S Brosas C MIA Reilley J Bro is a lpuff puffl cool guy He lcough coughl is a very serious man who lgaspl seems to enjoy his work He has only one lchokel fault he smokes that stinky pipe' Keep on Tokin Wild Willyll -r3!9 ,M 1'- WU Q' O I . . use , K '-1 Q ' A - 4 as 9 lf 23' if . l 1 .. g , , I p I K . . f . A Q : "': I - s i I t . fig' I .. . if M K i-: 5. . 5 ' i f : If . N4 f-.. . A Q N 1 Q' 5. foster I was glad to see Fr Foster In the egg drop contest Too bad has entry was genetlcally deficient He rs a biologist with a sense of morality I m sure there strong rellglous motive for what he does Bellarmlne Bt Bernstein R Campagna F Chetcutl C Crfelll C CI rk Crlsham P Morello G Morrlsey C Musavu D Normandm Purzadeh D Prater G Rico G Rose D Shyba H Soltau T MIA Krlle M Murray R Radford D Seeger J Navarette R Benedettl M Canelo J Dlnapolr P Fisher J lSemorsl Adza J Barry B Carroll J Dewhurst M Frlas M Golden K Grass: P Guarmo M Kurch P Kretzmer R Nadell D Salcldo H Schmidt T Sever A Stava T Tlernan M me mes lark an W l Tx fs .mv M52 grew Zeta 3 wr'-uw 91 5 SF 'wkiwdfl W 5.3 Qtl was ,Qi 2 Jfvtillf s Q.. ew 5 is fsifga? 'l Elf? X 5 fl ,tm mi? war iw. 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' L, - ' " , , A ' , at ,G ' 'G , 22, . , 1 . ,.: ..: ,.:",.:a,C.: . gy l """"'--.N JP' as Au--4 Af ,af T7 v' liar' i is Father Gatto IS an excellent teacher but more than that an understandmg person If you confront hum with a personal problem and ask for his help In solvxng It he will gladly talk If over The cheerful attitude with which he helps you IS only one of the reasons that I admire and respect Father Bud Gatto Adoradlo E Chapman J Coaker W Dedlnsky G Flrck D Ivle M Klumpp C Lutkenhouse M MacDoneII G Peakes S Smnthers S MIA Bacon T Murphy D Walsh A r my E st a , rt .- 'P 1 4' sf' x QA , gncix -sk A K' 'L x , I I K W 1' .J , V' Q 5 wx AT! , ' s'f "lj X V 4 3 W 1' 5 ' 'XA - is trrrrr t r X J, ' me l r r on .f A " -. r ts 3 Z y yi y y ' ' - P , Z , .I 1 , .I , ,Q , O egg, XE? hi m Nuns W1 ww L Wmmwg M as BL NLE: ew W 8 wg 'Ev ga Aronson M Azevedo M Brandon D Bruce J Canepa M Carter ornfort P Corse B Ear Fabbro J Glnella J Hurley T Mara D Meyer M Plough D Rose A Valencia D Wllson B MIA Fletcher C br My ,, we M315 QM-:ff-'B Agni' 4 4 wwf We may -atm 1, Mgt ri an A W F' -r 'H was ' F an asm Q Q Under the semper rldens exterior Father IS an lnterestlng mtelhgent person who IS as well versed In modern events as he IS In the classncs ,F -1 s is Q 5, at in '92 K 'Y tt,, Q f ji 2' . 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Father Grlmaldl seems to be so full of energy that sleeping at nrght must be a frustratrng experience for hum The way he hops around the room keeps everyones attentron no matter what he s saylng Hrs slncerlty and wisdom have had quite an rmpact on me at dlfferent tlmes durlng thus year Our frlsbee match agalnst the frosh was truly m an lnsprratlonal example of upper and lower classmen workrng lor should I say playlngl together Brown M Campbell M DAngelo C Erazo E Grolemund S Guzman J Hausler M Hemmgton M Henrrques J lnterslmone D Jrm D Kay T Kelley T Kelsh M Ludemann S Mitchell F Oberrlter J Panus D Sylvia J Wass S MIA Kevlll J sw Q-.4 ..,.,' ff we mv ' C ' . , ' fifi :I I 0 V , ' 1. c ' 3 'T T L I 1. ' 1 I . Q N , W A if Q I 1 1 . , ,,', f t f ,, N , ' ' 'ffiii ' - TM ffl.. ll ,Jff-5 ' Q " 3 , l X l as V ...S V ill 3' J EA-Q ft il 1' at . ll :. g L tri T I X , g A ,, T , f V it N ' f N 'N A -- . ' , V l," ri" J , J We T ST tt J A S f' se- J li. Jet- N if , to 4' or For tt T 'ti V 'J ' :tl ' f , A ' f ', ,J ' , " IIAN . ' 5 -of Y ' l ' 35 ,A igpgtlgaw Q .I " V ' ' Ar . t 'ltl .J ' 'wr' T T ' Q ml frr fsirrzlr, V. s 'K ,,, t,1, i s',,', l z, ,vt-are fl ,ref-, - 5 l. 5 1 T hw A frw' ' ' H '. . 5 , J E, . ,Q V H Y N ,1 -r . xp, if ff 5 , lf A T ' ,I ' ll', ' ,o',, V,"-fl..-IW., .,,,, V tl ' 1. Wa m ,H 'M Rl: ng MW? Y 4.4 'ko Albers J Crowley G DlGlovannl J Francis G Galvln J Garcla I Gulllon M Hy e R Korth T Leeburn J Lemas V Look T Lupl S McGreen McTxghe Mollerns J Russell Walter B Bertoluccl R Mazda B McCann J ff WF DeLateur R Doran Futzslmmons Ho Lozlto Myers Putnam Swartz Wagstaffe Whltney lSenuorsl Cattermole Goodman Holland R a Donald G ODonnell M Parlssentu J Schrupp L Sharp M Speakman J Stelnburg T Wagstaffe J Whlte C Wllson A ee was get SQ as i aa aw, Q ...ma 4- wmtssfgea feeeagae Q 'WIS' we msg ,sian eg Q Q flaws :QM 1 'IL 'Wi T5 iw ML fav tr S? wr lm K am, new I2 V mel 'wr 6"'h'f Qliimrggs Q 1 va.. QA Q s gag '39 l,yp..w gli-l 5 L QF" 'M if -Q 35 2 ss Wie M 'QF We a if as le J Msg H'-'at My -dl' Et. me as Q 214241 Y? mn l-lAlXllXlA This past year Mr Hanna was Involved In a certaln amount of campus controversy Mr Hanna asked Bellarmlne to Inquire Into the meaning of school splrlt "Throughout this controversy Mr Hanna carrled hlmself as a gentleman No matter how dufflcult the sltuatlon this one quallty has always marked Mr Hanna's service to Bellarmlne FTWP. l-lAl:lVlI.L.E Beneath the baby fat, long hanr and mustache Mr Harvllle IS a dramatic person He always gets his point across wuth flalr, there IS no lack of communlcatlon In class he wall nnmate a dlscussuon by mentioning some problem or Issue He doesn't lead the dlscussvon. he let s the class do that - r"' , l ' EV'?Zi:il5kfiT'l' : H . ' . "X , jyg-5, T H , " gf, 'f A ' f , ', ,ij "" 5?-"viii, 51. R Ji, A5515 ul- i, I A , , r ' J " f ,,,, ' l --ll J l f ,. 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M.: ff, G.: ' R - t Q 8 . 0.1 V pw ,AWW Mr Heenan was one of Bellarmme s most successful football coaches The same drnve whuch carrled he and hls teams to so many vlctorles IS now demonstrated In hrs teachmg of history However wlnmng football coaches are men that are made of many qualmes Perhaps the most essential qualuty nn thus type of man IS understanding Thus IS the one quallty which I have seen most nn Mr Heenan Hls understandung enhances has teachmg and makes you glad you have had the opportunlty to know thus man J ,aw as was 'X waxy WW V4 15 ,ds wesmww ASS x.-,av Bogusku R Cardenas A Connolly ella A Hard D Hurt M Ma o Mendoza M Mnrassou J Najarlan ODonnel Fl Page J Real J Reltz M lchard R sa L Schml Stevenson M Vldovlch M Zaky J MIA Lucas R . ,t.. . A A A Li V I ' r-" L.. 1.2 . , K I..- 'f' ies" - T Q N4 A A A as f ttrl . 5 s ssl Q' ,A. 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He's a good man. lSenior Sectionl DeVoe R Freitas J Largomarsino F Maciel B Mahany J McKeon S Naegle D Oppenheim P Oppenheim B Pellegrini M Persyn M Reding T Santana R Silva R Sullivan A Sinsen P Talia J Tealdi T Troxell P Watson R Whelan J lSenior Sectionl ,z5?f'f',gv A hw if 5 ,ve f"i 2 'ft , 1 ,,.r . , Q l . 1: 1 'P 1, .Q f.-. ' Q... an 5' s Q 1 gl? W if Grossman G Gurza R Hernadez Q-WW. Jo nson P Lauer W Lopez W McMahon T Nunes L Rodrigues Ryan R Tennant D Tucker K Vicas G lSeniorSectionl Linney D Marshall G Mendoza R Roy E Schneider K School K St Pierre T Stewart J ap., W 1 'Pa-nd? Father is honest and direct with students and his problems However he has two faults He sports a goofy mustache and he needs a little work on his tennis l i W .ff it at it T is , i ,-, . - 3 , N 1 M .. 1 , , 1 ' ---- ' . f , ' 'L , ' " . . ' " ' " . 1 ffl' :'i' -1 1 -1 1 15 1 1 ' ' . 1 E , , ,vt tii' 5 1 1 , 1 h , .: . .3 . it lf' ,, gil I I. I U: ' 'GJ SEE me type Tlkkkkkkka tlkkkkkkka tnkkkkkkka blng noW handz on hOME row READY 77 begun ASDFJKL verrry goood' nOw tr: at a lrttl fastur READY77 Begin akdlmnjfujuldmgallngurp OOOPS' U blew If buddy' Dats okay ke ep trying practuce maakes purflct rlte Fadda KOCH7 4s,,. A5--fl ex Wil? an 'NU' J LW JU Alves D Arstlngstall W Bommarno B own C I ell: Cur Donald J Flores R Gaffney G Great D Mlngrone M Morrasey D effe R I I g M Pop Ramlan R Ross B Tapla A Zaky K MIA Herrera M Q 55, iflggagsfl - ,,,,q:E:',:,i ,gf ..s,,'g,k,: , 7 . .Q .. w : i f,.. --" ' it H A fi 1... .as if , ' r V1 Qgijfiswif- X , fu H K, 1 . f ' . ' J 32 i ' 5, 1 if : ,Ll A ' 3 is LZ , 1 nv .Q - . ,N X - 1 I N I ,P' an . "1 4 5 X ,, l aj K YQ N F s : . :lil i ,x ,LF-WN . sw W2 f,-.' ,Q v -A . ,.. w . ,M - 'fx f su. it Miller, D.: Mitsch, M.: Mollerus, M. Mossing, K.: Mundy, S.: Nicolai, B.: Novak E.: Poon, H.: Pardi, K.: Peters, B.: Provasi, T. Ramirez, D.: Reilly, D.: Reilly G.: Richards P.: Robb, D.: Russi, C.: Schrnuck. P.: Serpa M.: Spain, P.: MIA: Talia, M. mrs. Iodine through the foreboding portals of the Dean's is office, it's for three things: jug, admission slips and to talk to Mrs. Ladine She can handle almost anything or anyone. But, '---f when all else fails, you'lI hear her uttter that famous phrase, "Go see Mr. Frietas!" Mrs. Ladine is always willing to help you out when she can. When people pass ww-. Iauro .aw ' l I wr :L S T? 5a me tv Larry rs a teacher who comes across as a real person rn class Instead of puttung hlmself on a pedestal He has done a lot for me this year he s helped me to become more conscrous of myself and other people I can t say that about too many people . YXN S-7 5.-it Borella C Boyer J Brrnkrnan B Gull s M Gruffun T Holder F Lester C Matasca R Murphy T Perry G lSemorsl Bergen B Burns G Cook T Cunningham D Grasso M Knapp T McNamara M Moranto S Pope J Rodrigues Spnnharney J S x 73 .Aiwx if RS. . 5. ar -siv- Alongl P Doherty J Donald S Glbbons S Grandsaert Muchelettu J Rapp S Regan T Sumoncrnu K Smuth E Spit ers Van Alstyne lSenlorsl Beaton B Cahalan D Crowley aca one Martrn J OKeffe J Re an J Russell P Stlmson P anlmals organs and other assorted goodie M R I D VV N E Y lnterestlng to has students Q .1 i X If 1 T ', .Z 4 , . I 1 i , .1 , . I A . T. was I If 6 ' h n L .1 V' .2 At r 5, , ' J.1 , BJ f f , .3 I . ' K.: Gi I . J.: Ev I Q tg r I. V 4? J- -it Q -3 Q Q , , . 3, A. ,.. T ' ' ' ff T - ' ' . 'E g gb, ll" 'S li 'm 15' ' T lll .S . iiz' at , 4 M ' 'wr'-',rc.gf1.f N r- I x A H---W -'r- ' - Mr. Lowney can even make organisms. plants I 1 .A J- lundgord 'ms DaRosa J DeRose verett Greaney D Good L Moran E Poluch M Romeo J Rose K Rousseau M Ruth cearue Woodward Woods W lSemorslD leanardo Du ock Haltom J Norona C Phelan K Rogers P Shumaker M VlrbJ as Ghvw st" FW-wt' tt W 'MNJ swf? sus! as g ,rv 2. Zeiss 1? F131 as aw ,g rl' as tl .t Aslde from stackung books and keeping Francrsco rn lrne Mrs Lungard conducts a mentorung perlod I enjoy the sessrons so much ld rather be there than sitting rn Mr Harvllle s Engllsh class the Bellarmlne frght song never sounded better with Mrs Lungard leading rt IVIATI-IEVVSCJIXI Father Mathewson IS not quute the person people make hum out to be He Isnt the typlcal prlncnpal, he rs very understanding and very much into the educatlonal trap From what I've seen of hum he rs ready to llsten to crltuclsm about thus school and he s not afrald to crltlcrze It himself He IS open to suggestions to affect change Yeah he's right on Atkins M Casey P Cleslak R Corenson B Damessa J Deggleman R Ennes J Galdes F Gonzales A Gugllelmo G Hough M Javler J Jefferson R McMorrow J MlGllacclo G Slater R Steffan P lSenlorsl I f , ,... 4 - A ll V tt.. H 1 t?f:513'wg,,g. 'A Q. Qi ll ' K' Sfllffffifet-' S'S:'f,'f FTS i - -' fi :s"fM:fne,s 1 I . . r""' Y ' , .2 , Q ' wi A , . 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C.p d , S, 5 tt' F ' T . . . . . , I: I .3 4,,, :Ah h I ' IE" 5 QR, 1 . lllll IIIIIZZUGII www ,Ei-1 awww mfg ,Wm Bob Mazzuca IS a very bug man Hrs shrrt rnpples when he moves As he talks he pounds the board with the chalk after every word he wrltes He IS a llvely teacher and hls mentonng perlod us fun However mentoring could be improved If we could study more the class was quucker and Matt Alexander would stop throwing paper footballs Somewhere nearby Dapper Dan McClaln you wlll always fund empty lburpl Coke bottles The stuff hasn t lbelchl rotted has teeth yet, but we lurrrrpl don't know about hls stomach' "gifs Alexander M Avlna Burus T DnLeonardo Gessert P Gastke Hammock A Jullus ey C Knmes Pasquunelll M Shea S va Sm: Squatrutto M Supple A Vaughn T MIA Dolron M Maqulre F Menacho Anderson S Clark K Colvln M Elnz G Fama S Hanna P Kelly D Kock R Lawrence T Mitchell T Mulcahy B Nelson J Purcell J Selvl R Shek P Selben B Tarmann H Vanderhoof W Wagner L Wunderlung G Zuchowskn B fa?-ex me 11" WJ 1 1? ffm tr-ur N 's.. ,S ,Mr 494 fn' Rx Tel IVIFT. 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Q XA ,,,.:-a-of Q af -5 LHIIORRV Im afraid I dont know Fr Morris very well but from what Ive seen of hum he s very easy going and comlcal He s a laugh even when he kicks you out of the nlce warm library on a cold mormng He can put up with a lot without blowing hrs stack even when he s dealing wlth a bunch of rowdres From what I ve heard he IS as good a teacher as he ns a man I have Mr Muth for two classes and I have hum for a mentor He IS a very qulet person who really knows what hes doing Rather than joke around luke some teachers he gets right down to the olnt He explaln everything clearly This keeps has students Interested nn the course because they understand whats going on What else can I say? He s a good man Alger W Coffey K Dolan P Empey D Ferrand T Francla D Franzlno J Fulhorst P Galdes A Greene C lmblmbo S Keaveney B Martinez E eunler D MUIIIHIX Renoskl D Sanford M Seavey T Slavm T Soressu K Terlet R Woolf S 335 Qi? 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'T im 1 -I "'-' V -' X- ' ' I . f f - ' -'E - l - . l m, . - J 7:3 .z ' f r :.' , ' I V T' 5 " I f of -. I, I ' 1 f x : I A , ski' 1,1 ' I, N rs H x' We-4 My mentor Mr Ochoa does hrs job thoroughly He IS always ready to help you when you have a problem or just when you want to talk He gets Involved with us and knows his students l gave Mr Ochoa my seal of approval -qv., g. 3: . ff A N' X rtrta Ahern, J.: Bengle, G.: Bettencourt. K.: Centis, J.: Fisher, M.: Gisi. D.: Kerrigan, M.: Nolan. M.: Pelinga, M.: Powers, M.: Putnam. M.: Reyes, G.: Rosedin, M.: Santana. P.: Towne. J.: Viera, D.: Wakefield, D.: MIA: Kovaleski. J.: Vodica, K.: Wass, Scott. fr o rourke Blazes J Brice J Canepa L Corslglia V Del Cesta R Dinapoli F Dugan P Gorman J Hitchcock G Kemper C Kline D Kolowich M Kopecky K Lasecke M Lee D Legallet R Lofano L MIA Davis S Guttas J Hugar Wm W M Q When Father O'Rourke stopped wearing his robe, we expected his personality to change, too. But it did not change. He is still the jolly. caring man he always was and always will be WM slam ww? Mew,- alex kk W 1 Q gulmlul .5 5-fren Wm W sw si NE 0' s A we 1 -- 1 is f 1-1 - - - ' . Q f f- ., -' M : A i H M-1-.flfffsil"f-liimf ' ,i iifi f' If. .3-" : " 'Hg - ' li' I ' U . 1 " "W ' ' - , , ,if mi F ,. ,, , ,, ,. , . ,M ..... ,,,,e.,,, . ,, . . ,. ,. ,, . .2 . .2 , .2 , .2 . : 'L :..:- ,:. z. V- ', view. J E- '11'fIfF ffll 'i'if5i'J?S:ii,4 . "" w-A 'wdliiiifai ' ' ' ' Q ' ' I . . 1: I " Eiiiwiiiif' :,s"Ufg5"'v :fi lfi '?I35::i:55. if' :1 - il!! -- 1 -- - -- - 1 -I - -f 1 ,, mess R ' ..,.. ,.., . je: gives-1 'if "" e -s ff, W 5 5 15455 -we e 41:1 v was wwwwl I wi,-5 y'i qf5"ff5Qg,1jk: V- . ' A fi53E,v'QQ1f2. F. Afifige 43. 2 ff 32, -'M'-"JL , i 2 v fw-ie , X :iz we .ff Rm in ' My :wi S211 nz!" "fL+'iw9"'3 -in ,wail EQ! Si l uf fi TE .mm gms swf ,Km s' ww! 'WGS 65+ ,gig .1 'EF 1446 im F a fl! x 12 ar if v-3 W 'fu -an VD A U it Sill A,-. Q? Mr Pelosl IS a man who has done more for me than just teach math Mr Pelosl has glven me the confidence I need l was once scared luke many freshmen were Mr Pelosl dld not puty us underclassmen yet he was luke a father to has class yelling at us getting us to work hard and do well He has the power to attract your attention you can learn quickly and consclsely and enjoy yourself at the same time Mr Pelosi IS a man who captured the respect of many others as well as mme ln looking back It was amazing to see how fast you have grown up In one short year Mr Pelosi made If a lot easier to do Bader C Bozzo D Canno B Coulson C Degllantonl G Gabrlelln P Hayes M Holder J Kung S Lent R OBrien R Onorato P Retana M Renstrom J Smlth H Smyth J Taylor Keith Tlernan B Zappenttlnl B MIA Casey A Slrl J Y me , if 55,35 get gm' rs sg' it EW Ft Q like J 4...-'J-4"" 2 sg 52 el r ?s 9 F Y mggiws l we W Qi sf sg E fl 'Eli l Q V9 xs, We fi wwe N we sl, 5,5 F meg get sv lea yi' we ww wg gum Ex' 555 38? 'lf sg? '5 if sl 95 ww ww f wa., av We sly E tm win li ms Sigliisa all as l3 helan sliwfhf I we M gaming K as sg 5 M 12. .swing f-fQ""- tx ft W gm in lf he stood behnnd a flagpole you wouldnt be able to see Mr Phelan as the school s best operator when at comes to collecting donations from hrs class He would bet on who could beat hum unto playing one to one Once he threw an eraser across the room Into the waste basket he made two dollars on that one at all went to the Food Drlve You ve got to be careful In has class he can easily catch you cheating He sneaks up to you sideways and you can't see hum when your telling someone the answers unless he wears a wade tle Baron B Bedolla L Blame G Boccl J Calderon M Deregt J Foley T Glllesple T Harpster M Johnston F Kiefer K Malls M ONe1Il F Ostner P Schnerckert M Schroeder S Sedlllo R Smath D Wasserman M Young M Dolton G Grimes R Laselka T Qs :fts2wfQw22'T1ff af:E4fffnTs:'f,1 TTI: 'ff 'qT2fe,2T211:s's2:fr'-f:fz,fTsT2if2J 2-,misfaisiwfgg is Af: TT ,, ff, 'T 1 , "' ' . ilfii' 'ff Til : ,- - - 's, 'R- X55 2 i i?5:Vlia:ss5?E, ff" 73ssff2iL7f ' . - ',,,?'5 Tf , r U T- f ' N -ZH s i -- - Q . 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Q, ll Illr REYER 00 GW we H54 'C"""h iw l' xXx Vg" mlllllllmxk N ' t 'WW is 1 W I thunk Mr Reyerson as a very good mentor The reasons I feel this way are he takes each lndlvldual out of class and talks to hum and gets to know hum personally Durmg class he throws out a question and asks for the students views on the question After the students have gnven their vlew Mr Reyerson glves hrs own l feel Mr Reyerson s mentoring class IS a worth whlle one Bommarlto M Brennan C Canessa R Deas T Elme G Knoppe A Matthews P Mmgrone S Morales S Naras R Nelson W ODay K Pera S Pfaff M Renstrom P Reynolds M Russo M Salume R Skraznas G Stone D 25 'E M W21., 1 fipifitf-SQW v he at ,bl I" 5 - . . ,. ,yu t rf Z. Zk, l 'fir tri-.1 - :rfffu L fill' size L al . A - .1 r-.6 , I . Ss' I .- K Lv fi' egg, h A ' 'l H0 -. 1 'll is s Q Q 1' 'K' f' 45-Y' M 1 s 5 ac: mf' 'cu f 'Q fl' is an-ff Mr Robrnson rs another member of Bellarmlnes fuzzy faced Faculty who rs always nght to the pomt He IS both level headed and creative He constantly motivates his class to get Involved In the subject matter, whrch they do Mr Robinson IS an out gorng sort of person who can put you at ease You're not afraid to tell hum anything and he's always wllllng to help you If he can aw 2 vt' iglfg Alvarado M Brown M Conway Coyle E Fltzhenry J Gallagher K Hagget T Laney B Lemmon Machado J Murphy J Piazza Ramran R Stagnltoo L Treat Tlernan S lSenlors SBCIIODI Klely M Powell M Swenson S MIA Ringer P J 5 r P' J P . 11, P iff r.r 2: rrle r ' -t .. :sl ffk- I L is J We as L ' M f A i rr- 1 nh, 'r' ,- all ' . my ' V ,,,: lfjk , ,5 - lrl yll f L f ' , J ' ",,' - .V , V in ':'l, 1352" ' . , . ' . ' x ,, , '- wg "'::,, ,.: 'ii ,,, M: ' , . if -af 1',,". 111 I if l"'1 is A 'W' ' slte ' J ' llstrlg l L L , L t gg. f llll t A P' so l tsrll , U- ' rfff": A ' -wx 1 I L 'rr' "l. ' 1 , Fx ff- i t 5 ME ssllt ff ' L "' ' L Um J ttt J X ' . ' ttt .lgy fl to , " , . elf 'es KE -' ' ' f 1 W , .: , .: , M.1 t ,H .Z ,I TIL . .: , ,: A , B: ' , .2 ' . .1 , S,: FR. RDGK I know Fr Martln Rock as a counselor I usually fund nt very dnfflcult to open up to someone and conflde nn hum Not so wuth Fr Rock He stranghtened me out on a lot of thungs mamly relrglon He doesn t come on and preach to you but by the tame you re through discussing rellglon with hlm you usually see It has way or at least appreciate has viewpoints He knows where he stands and he knows where you stand ,w any .I ff' 5.1 '-- V1 tri? 'X 4? 'K v 4. NIA Blaze J Boothe R Dewey R Dondero P Erchorn J Lambert D Lohrke J Lovett K Lucld T McGarry P Mendlzabal M H' ff'-T' Nmo E Orlando J Ostrowsku J Page S Peltzer T Ravrzza D Schmutt M Strouck R Sulllvan T MIA Larson P V' 'lb fr rolde in NNW? evil Us E tie I thunk that the most helpful teacher Ive had was Father Ronde He doesnt just teach you out of a book he does more He brnngs the subject nght to you When he talks he knows what he s saying Father made me see many things that I havent seen before and probably never would have seen He looks at thmgs and then puts them to you In such a way as to make It easy for you to understand and decade for yourself what to thunk Bray B Cabrmha M Cattermole J Chun R Donnelly M razlann R Knapp E Kohn P Mastropletro McConvlIle T McPheerson M Passalacgua K Portwood D Prlbek M Rafferty A Repetto M Rlparbelln Schumb C Silva S Smnthers P Treshler K I . .1 ' . .3 , .1 '. .1 , .L G ' 1 .L . .: , .1 ' , V.: ., - f . fp W . .f '. of I ' "tl ' W I K tgg y V I Q L1 I , 4 LXA gi 4 , 1 '+ f1 .gl " 1: ,, X , Q , . ff I I. fi 1 I Q, I ,-aes L I ry A if .N mt' 3 4 1 I, I i I Q35 ff PE-Q fs ,.. V l,, vw A ,W F -ey , M . . . IQ ew ' J' koi! It 'Q W . If ' ik' Y I f , trt. IB ftsr Zgt f iwi rll 1 A wmv-W 'Sl WSW sf ln Andersonvllle I thought he was too hang loose at flrst Yet he gave me freedom and responslblllty to do something for my part and for the show In the long run he was rught He used to say 'I'm not getting up there openlng night you are Aylum R Avlna Fl Battam M Connoly J Cottmgham J Dorllag Fl Foley J Haggerty J Harder G Lent M Lopez J Mosher P OLeary J Ondrasek D Rockwood P Schneider H Supple J Vanottl J Vulla C Woolsey K MIA Dlvlttorlo M Leavutt A i' J ,K Z "mer" l fl." :' - l , . X if sl- gi G3 V gg, ' '-...f V' :?xii:E,,Eitf VK :, .K K ' .N F - fix L 6 l ' l O . tu if av' 'M ri l2K VCA! We fl E s QQQQQ Nia as 'mf' an if faegttag BG Barone K Bertoldo N Bull F Burke D Carpenter S Colorado T Crowley S Daly E Del Chlaro B Greer S Hashbrook J Heaney R Garza A Kaufman M Martmez M Mercer W Sanders A Schennone C Shafer D Tapra A Von Konsky B Walker T Wilt 3 RXSSBRQ Q5 i sss gm MH if ww N-pf Mr Ruth us a good math teacher He's an easy golng well rounded man who can get across a polnt with a llttle humor Speaking of humor, a few months ago he started to grow a mustache nt finally sproutedl f- M ' ' "rite-Sl. : . lass ' ,zxqtgggggqggggfg W - W. ,U m- .A ,--- :m:a,gl'r- ' fm. f1s:ia'4ss.5-'WE-,,.r -.,, gw. n -I -fl ,f m , ,,-. , t tm:-S ' f' r- as xr: we-Qzzfiggg . , 5:2611 I V. ,-L K V .f:aa,: - me .: .,- se1w:,r . eg, , H... gmail - f l .. i , I ,. , S L. --, of , - it , ' Q -t -, . fI. 'fE:Wi155: I 'l" Q12 ' ff 52: ,L Z' ' ' E '- .. , E I wr' E A 'S M I ' S I R v-we f. ,.- A S TX X . A faiig ' fx, ' K if , , ff 'K 'mf 1, .. , , f J ,fav ii , .- . yxgk, f, V l:,",".K TffkilV T 4 ' , ,, K irvi-Lie . I , -.s V 5 L 'fx' ' ' ' , .f 31' -,V . 1 El i" 7 .W s i s ,Q , ' 5 H 42 if . TTTV' ,, 'M iv Mr. Schaukowitch wears his mustache like Charlie Chaplin in The Great Dictator. When someone comes to class late with a note he will scowl at the piece of paper for a moment then look up at you with his mustache twitching wildly That mustache adds a lotto class umann J B Ie C B all Bradshaw P Dunapoli M Duarte T Harris L Hughan W Lebsack C Lee T Melehan J Neagle M Newton G OConnor S Pereira T Schwartz J Sheehan J Simmonds E Strait T Talty M Verga F MIA Daneka J Mullinux M Wendel D Zabala E sclnau Kovvitcln Father has helped me in the past two years not only as a teacher but as a counselor He is someone that I can talk freely and openly to about anything whether it s school my personal life or whatever He s cool rather than discredit me for something l do wrong hell talk about it with me and well resolve it together fri slwmmey arth T Cancila G Derosa DiBernardo M Ducote G Gumbec lSeniorsl Bowles J DUVIIYOTIO C Frost Huckell G Lemieux M Levinson McCarveI J McMahon K Perrelli M Soto J Spicer G Stern R Wagstaffe P iff? 'WA 33' S Pe fig, QW, ,f 504 ffl: sw me 533 fav any .-5.5, NZ an '94-K wr M mm ,Agfa M, 'L Elisa in-ff-ff as We-.. an an .wc-an gigs jwswwgw W 'Wig DIIDREIII. Alvarez P Aslmos D Brunell D Chang W Fallon M Heffernan D Lablanca M Langhoff J Lopez L Lyons J McCarrlck R Padilla M Passafulme F Schmitt Tnscorma J lSenlorsl Sullnvan Taormlna S Vadney G Vlllarama Wells J Wllder R MIA DlPlppo Mantle T I have Mr Sondreal for Algebra ll Mr Sondreal IS a qulet consclentlous humble teacher who has a great deal of concern for his students splrutual as well as academic llves I feel It IS good that Mr Sondreal preaches about how God has helped hlm during his llfe When he tells us of his experiences with God If gnves me sort of a llft durnng the day I feel that the whole class benefits from hrs telling of his experiences I feel that through Mr Sondreal I have gained a closer relatnonshlp with God sefiszlaiiwtfits t Ezstfs- 1:- . ' 'i555E..f':' W i '- A I, . ' ' " yall 9 f i , i -- ,Eiga V V Tia , :ily lf- f - I if ll 'U,153,.l5ii -I zfllmiff5giE5'EE:,..5E?:E .517 ' ' ' f 'XT ', "l55l'f55: .'.,' .5::?:E:5.JiL:.:. ' ' ' .sm H , . i ,. -- , " ' sssiijl im f" wf I ' "5 ' a jg. i, M , I , ' 1 Za, ' . - -.-t. ,ti , V , -' ff' Wh Qi' - - . iff M f , -as ,IL .- f ff-1 'l"""J ' , f ,ff I - . , W EN, iii. A I , - ' - I , I t-mee., " ' A .1 . -Z .' A , .5 . .1 ' , .1 .K.: . . . . ig: I A I D' . I I ' L-5 V , -' I W1 - Beckum L Balleweg C ve o Delbucchla M Fortune D Garcia M Henry R Hsu E Jones M Kay R Kramer T Lrco R Lmngston C Martin Stagnaro M MIA DeBarr D Father Spoletlm IS a small quiet man whose accent IS as ltallan as lasagna He begins class with a thought for the day Sometimes he lets class flow Into other subjects If he feels that If would be a good learning experience Father wlll go out of hrs way to help you out uf anythung IS unclear Dlsclpllne IS never any problem In class If you get out of lme he ll Flxa you '?f2f fl' we l ffl V X . ' 'Fl gli itil it L in V , -Q' ' r .g5Q l'l"- F F -- .6 5 -"F . 1' V I .X X . j 'Xe' V3 D.: al Il . T.: - ' ' - ' ' , . .1 4 . . . . ' ,pg 1 5' . . . l ' - gk ' '- W.3 Pessagno. S.g F t,.. "l' W' . Beall J Cadena R Cunmghman Q Danlllo Gaslewlcz H Dunton T Fellows A Hemtz T Mallen B March C Mclntyre D McShaw H Mlchellttl M Peterson G Salberg J Salcldo D Schllchtnng F Tralongo J Valdez P MIA Radford W mf. stlckneu Josh knows all the trucks I had done poorly on a test so I talked If over with hum He had to make a phone call and would be right back The grade book was staring me In the face I dont know why but I changed my grade The next day he confronted me with the deed I denled that I had done If He knew I was Iylng and yet he dldn t turn me nn He just wrote a quote from Othello on the board durung class Smale smile the vulllan I respect that man he gave me a break I dldn t deserve as me-M sig? -we 'si if S KR W, wx gif 3 -be I Wax: sw Wmregi ref' iq ,.. vi fiat -M. WY 1.1 we M EL r we 'Saw www way,-If It eiwgra ww PEE? Els, Qi W1 'Ev Fr Stout IS one of those rare mentors a man of supreme Ieadershlp If he speaks no one else does He has control over the class wlthout emphasizing any harsh restrictions This IS acredlted to one of hrs characterlstlcs respect Ewa Breen W Cortese D DeBarr R Dedlnsky S Foley T Franzlno M Kung M Landuccl R Llnk D Monohan Nielsen K O Connell M Paredes Petry M Ralble V Ramos S Rao Strutner P Tralna J Vldovlch Walewsku C Wynn D ISemorSectronI F? wk me M I - . - . .. - - - - .. - . ' '5:CfIf79n5,,':5'f.:'IEfE?L .-:UH ',1,'I-1i..J.::' "Wg J' ffflbiiiizffif . ' K ki, W1 Sam. f f ' as Z" .Sf : - 41 ':-Twill. r fm' 'af::ari:. Q- gr... -, . I K .. , J ' ,f ' I v I X -it or - -, "I , r .: ki I i 1 - ' 51 ,- , , I f' . , -P' "" 'I V t.,. H , , kv T X L 4 V ' I " ff ' I. ' at g H as ,F X l 5: I 1 . 1 I . ' I , , .... we - - W swf -- - I I , . I .. ,. . 1 . ,, we-jQ'1' I, A K 1"Qs1:w,g,eggwf ,fi MM V if jf -' Mug ' -: , ,Q V , ' - I AWD , If - '- ' - 'rf' -'.', lf.-'f,'3f7" . Iii: ',1 ., ' I 'Pnl v. Q: f '- N mf 1 2353 I .L .' .1 '. .1 ' . .1 . D.: ' ' ' , .2 ' , .1 . R.: . , .5 ' , ,Q , .: . M.: ' ' ' . .: ' . .: ' ' . J.: Buchanan R Burkdall T Copeland J Hough D -lnouye K Koch G Kraut J Lloret. P Mauglantlm M ODonnel P Ralche Ryan A Ryan Sanflluppo P Sllva W Spltters L Straub D Teresa. J.: Whitehead. D.: Zarka. M. Oh goodlel Tlme to get out the ol polson pen and wrlte on everyone s favorite BellarMAN Wrld Bull Sulllvan Isure hope you goons running the yearbook pnnt thus up cause nts supposed to be funny Bug Bull as the only one at this place who walks around an clodhoppers and sports a black cookie catcher Hls monthly pay check goes to two things paymg off lost bets and buymg new Websters Dlctlonarles for hrs A P classes lor whoever else might wander Into hrs rooml to np off When wlll you learn Sulll7 People have Itchy fmgers Bull as famous for bleedmg all over your term papers and making loudmouths llrke mel do push ups ln class when they smart off But after a year of grueling work all that red lnk and all those notes pay off After all If If wasn t for all that work and Mr Sullivan s excellent teachung I wouldn t be able to wnte thus' P S You re all right Blll s'Ulllvan 'lv' 49- K A 1 , Ntfuv' Q..-v, 4 Ml' C77 C.: IIIIIVII The thing I really dig about Ms. Walsh is the way she really gets you into the subject she's teaching. You become so wrapped up in what is going on that you tend to forget everything else. She's a very dramatic, captivating teacher. ev+m?.5t-sf-afwgsffff as as wgwai ami? 93259 T...- 91? 7 ii? -ig fl. 'W as N at is eg W-qu 5. sou 'rm Adza T Dahm E Evert M Good K Granath D Henry M Hurst J Jacob M Kirch J Laub D Manglantini M Monreal A Naegle R Orsley T OShea J Parissenti J Roberts J Smithers N Wookey J wel' rr gf Q we as 99" than new WW? tix wh ww? Wg? sr-ww-ML W? 15 ,353 N 5' -za M,-eq mv fff W 4' f 'U ie FW-we 52 3- ei N 35? 35.51, 4 .Sa -iv ffgflf iw QW Qi -we if fwfr' 'tl- .av f'it..7 1 'ie 2 .4 iw 5212?-V 1212: 5, mfs ,ga Q if 5 ta .,m-,-gtg.. 5' Qt? in 1 is ,Y z R ww S5 Hggef e tg +1-fx ff m ami M fi .1 . .: , .2 ' . .1 , .2 " ". .: r , ,W - . f. ,r i . 1 mf rj, S. z- ,-is I ...M ' . - - 1. , , Q, fifth ,' 'V 'ri " ' 1 f 9. rr i . N X - f ' ,,,, " ' -t - ,X 2. 1 , , -.Ki .1 ,J W - 1 A - "'-g?'F',.' .1:.,1-E.51.:L,gQf - L : " .. . 121 Miken :H 'JE 1.'k:2?fM5iw , 'limi sf ' ' " - . r 5,,,1.? ' 'iw v I-:E i 5, X' . Qui. 155 3 '- i f ' , ' m , "" H ' i ,.., ' J IVIIQS ,K ga- 3+ vw' 3 6.- xx .,,... 5 N--nr 8-,WY we Wk Mrs Wrllweber was my favonte teacher She was as rnvolved rn many Important causes and student actnvmes She was actrve In the food drrve and walk a thon Her concern for the poor was as great as her concern for her students She was also lots better looking than a Jesurt Barnett S Brlll D Cortez D Cretm L Doherty P Doudell T Fnedrrck E Kacer J Klrs M Klose F Luedtke M Maloney M Porndexter M Parche G Ramirez H MIA Jones C Slerakowskr 0 Burmudez. R.: Burdick, G.: Burke, M.: Farrar, W. Henriques, D.: Honig, R.: Hurley, B.: Klein. M.: Miller. T. Morgan, D.: Perkins. T.: Rose, P.: Saso, M.: Scarpelli. S. Tiernan. S.P.: Van Der Sluys. M.: Wiechers. M.: Williams. L.: Woods. K.: MIA: GaIIego,J. I must say the Zip is a pretty good teacher for a rookie. He is learning just as much as his students each day, maybe more. One off these days he might even learn to say something funny about the people he loves-- the Italians. Every class he always has his so called Italian jokes ready. which just proves that we Italians are always on his mind Ifa he'sa gooda boy Ia usea my power anda makea him an honorary M A FIA victim I EQ 'li' ' ' iiiii:E':5559W..2255 ' " 'f EG:- siiin i ' V :Am I : A I y ..y ... Q E Iwi js MW K-if FTTI' ifffal-' A r Si si .ifku fy .:'25fe.-151cgggiggyefssafes ffI522ei?5iQlli2..sfW+ffEW in 'SW -fi ms. sz. 2, ef ft '?-- XF firms' 5 'f ?iS2?wsU,f?f.' . 1-fif:11'?.f1 W W 5 .. ,,.. 55, I I . 'mffii Q - nfl. Q Q 'ENE' Www E 5155 an Q5 at R X lp as . 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My . - 2 I .IJ 42 JAMES CALEY MARK CALLAN JOSEPH CARROLL GREGORY CATTERMOLE JAMES CLANSKY KENNETH CLARK MATTHEW CLEARY MARTIN COLVIN THOMAS COOK TIMOTHY CORCORAN BRANT CORENSON TODD CORENSON THOMAS BRADT CARLOS BROSAS GREGORY BROWN GREGORY BURNS T DAVID CORTESE PAU L CWA LI NA ROBERT DeBARR MARK DEWHIRST ROBERT COSTANZA MICHAEL DAHLIN SCOTT DEDINSKY ROBERT DIMICELI A A KEVIN CROWLEY DENNIS CUNNINGHAM JOSEPH DAMASSA HOWARD DASCHBACH RICHARD DEGGLEMAN ROBERT DEVOE MARK DISALVO CHARLES DIVITTORIO 14 4 STEVEN DUDOCK GUSTAVO EIRIZ JOSE ELIZALDE JOSEPH ENNES HAROLD ERICKSEN STEVEN FAMA JAMES FAVARO KENNETH FAVARO LS RAYMOND FELLOWS TERRENCE FOI-EY MICHAEL FRANCIS MICHAEL FRANZINO JOHN FREELAND JOHN FREITAS RICHARD FREITAS MARK FRIAS BRIAN FROST FRANK GALDES JAMES GASPICH JOSEPH GIACALONE JOSEPH GIANSIRACUSA ARMANDOGIL-PEREIRA DENNIS GODBY KEVIN GOLDEN ARTHUR GONZALEZ PETER GRASS! MARK GRASSO ROBERT GREINER 1 T MICHAEL GuAmNo 1 GARY Gucsueuvuo JAMES HALTOM PAUL HANNA 46 MARK HASHAM STEVE HEMINGTON EDWARD HOGAN RAYMOND HOLLAND MICHAEL HOUGH GILBERT HUCKELL PHILIP IATOMASE LAWFIENCEINOUYE I If .35 -- L- , JEFFREYJAVIER RICHARD JEFFERSON JOHN KAO TIMOTHY KAVANAUGH DENNIS KELLY MARK KIELY MARTIN KING PIERRE KIRCH THOMAS KNAPP ROBERT KOCH GEOFFREY KOPECKY EDWARD KOSTAINSEK ROBERT KRETZMER TIMOTHY KWAN FRED LAGOMARSINO MICHAEL LANDGRAF ROBERT LANDUCCI JOHN LAWRENCE ERNEST LEE MICHAEL LEMIEUX LOUIS LEVINSON DAVID LINK DOUGLAS LINNEY THOMAS LORINCZ 14 48 BARRY MACIEL GEORGE MARSHALL GLEN MacDONALD JOHN MAHANY STEPHEN MCKEON KEVIN MCMAHON JAMES MCMORROW MICHAEL MCNAMARA RALPH MENDOZA GEORGE MIGLIACCIO DAVID MONAHAN STEVEN MORANTO JAMES MARTIN JAMES MCCRACKEN GERARD MCGUIRE ANDREW MCINTYRE i MATHEW MORSE BRAIN MULCAHY DAVID NEAG LE JAMES NELSON CHARLES NORONA MICHAELOCONNELL MICHAELODONNELL MICHAEL OKAGAKI JAMESO KEEFE BRUCE OPPENHEIM PAUL OPPENHEIM EFRAIN ORNELAS STEVEN OSTER RAFAELPAREDES RICHARD PARIS JAMES PARISSENTI 14 - MARC PELLEGRINI ANDREW PEPITONE PHILIP PEROTTI MICHAEL PERRELLI GEORGE PERRY MICHAEL PERSYN KEVIN PHELAN JOHN POPE I I POWELL MICHAEL PRIBEK JAMES PURCELL VICTOR RAIBLE PHILIP RAMIREZ ANTONIO RAMOS MARK RAO TERRANCE REDING GIMP WV ' 150 JEFFREY REGAN WILLTAM REILLY ERIC REYNAUD DANIEL ROBERTS BRUCE ROCKEL PAUL ROGERS VICTOR ROMERO KARL ROTH EDWARD ROY RALPH RUIZ PAUL RUSSELL DOUGLAS RYAN HECTOR SALCIDO ROBERT SALERA RICHARD SANTANA KARL SCHNEIDER WALTER SCHOENDORF KEVIN SCHOLL LAWRENCE SCHRUPP JOHN SCHWARTZ GREGORY SHEEHAN MARK SHEEHAN THOMAS SHELLWORTH THOMAS SHERIDAN MICHAEL SHUMAKER DENNIS SIEBEN RAYMOND SILVA STEVEN SINGLETON I I T A I I , ANTHONY scoTTo ROBERT SELVI ALBERT SEVER MICHAEL SHARP I I ' ' I , I ,, I RICHARD SLATER JERALD SOTO JOHN SPEAKMAN WILLIAM SPENCE 1? 1 MICHAEL SPENCER GARY SPICER JAMES SPINHARNEY THOMAS ST PIERRE THOMAS STAVA PAUL STEFFAN THOMAS STEINBERG ROGER STERN JAMES STEWART PHILIP STRUTNER ARTHUR SULLIVAN BRIAN SULLIVAN 4 PATRICK SUNSERI STEVEN SWENSON JOHN TALIA SAL TAORMINA HWEI NING TSENG GEORGE VADNEY WILLIAM VANDERHOOF JOHN VIDOVICH RAMON VILLARAMA JAY VIRTS MICHAEL VOGEL LAURENCE WAGNER THOMAS TEALDI MARK TIERNAN JOELTRAINA PAULTROXELL ,K 'CNW Q' ll JAMES WAGSTAFFE PAUL WAGSTAFFE CORNEL WALEWSKI ROBERTWATSON JEFF WELLS JOHN WHELAN CHRIS WHITE RICHARD WILDER T ANDREW WILSON LAWRENCE WISEMAN GLEN WUNDERLING DENE WYNN 'wang 'Nr' MICHAEL YURICH STEPHEN ZDERIC BRUCE ZUCHOWSKI grads ln Alverez E Bluett J Borman W Breen W Cahalan D Casey P Cleslak R Coleman J DnLeonardo C Dressel D Dyer N Gleason P Goodman L Holm T ane T K s McCarvel J Mntchell T Na ell D Nielsen K son R Petry Rankin J Ruchards D Rodrlgues E Schmudt T Shek P Stlmson P Supple D YUIUICO G Woodman A .1 if K , in "ann foff d . ' ,' if OI , .1 ,M,, I-'UUTBALL VARSITY: lTop Rowi Talia, Knapp, Swenson, Guarino, Adza, Landucci, Selvi, Schmidt, King, Carroll, Stern lSecond Rowl McCracken DiSalvo Micheletti Finney, Maher, Dahlin, Perry, Kostansick, Grassi, Way, Wilk, McGuire, Mazzuca lCoachi lThird Rowi Frias DiNapoli Mingrone Pope Greiner Lazzeri Crowley, Javier, Spicer. Soltau, Casey, McPherson, Godby, Hanna lCoachl lBottom Rowi Lowney lCoachl Gugliemo Kretzmer Woods Taylor Bacon Salcido, Ringer, Romero, Strutner, Barry lMgr.i J.V.'s: lTop Rowl Bermudas, Schmidt, Jefferies. Van Alstyne, Gors, Grandsaert, Booth, Cunningham Canello, Bordenave, Benedetti lSecond Rowl Knapp, Page, Salberg, Ryan, Harpster, Siri, Rosa, Matthews Zuchowski, Montanari, Giacomacci, Lauro lCoachl lThird Rowl Br. Ryan lCoachl, Radford. Campagna Tiernan, Schiker, lntersimone, Torres, Casey, Silva. Bozzo, Supple lFront Rowl Reese, Fulton, Zaky, Bentley Kline, Salcido, Tiernan, Lemmon, Fortune, Prater Frosh: lTop Rowl Revels, Empey, Supple, Chiechi, Rockwood, Morrisey, Harris. Grier, 0'Leary, Benedetti Zaky lThird Rowl Ruth, Leeburn, Doherty, Sudkya, Perocci, Kerrigan, Cerray, Schwartz, Ferrari, Farmerz Bradshaw, Rowell, Ardissone lCoachl lSecond Rowl Newton lMgr.l, Rebboah, Mingrone, Crowley, Nolan Brice, Monreal, J. Doe, Cortez, Page. lFirst Rowl Micheletti lMgr.l Kovaleski, Stroth, Strutner, Woolsey: Schmidt, Bettencourt, Brice, Colorado, Davis, Neal, Lent lMgr.i M Q liv- VARSITYL iBack Rowi Fogarty, Boscacci, Levinson, Shyba, Favaro, Redding, Kitts, Favaro, Ramirez fFront Rowi Watson fCoachi, Thene, Karlskind, Fitzsimmons, Murphy, Reiliey, Nicholaysen, Roth, Machado, Zderic, Leiter in .iff ' anus-1 f. .W ,fy , ........M....s, .. ,. , - A W .VV .3 'Q FROSH-SOPH: lTop Row! Gott, Lighthouse, Schimt, Blaine, Sanford, MacDoneiI, Lukenhouse iBottom Rowl Delchiaro, Russo, Guske, Boguske, Crayton, Hoff, Hurt O ,JN VARSITY: 1Top Row! Blaettler icoachi, Ramirez, Boscacci, Reilley, Grimes, FROSH-SOPH: iTop Row! Sanford, Oberriter, Hoff, Gianetto, Wall, Nicholaysen, Favaro, Wilk, Linney iCoachi iMiddie Row! Schwarts, Karlskind, Gott IMiddie Row! Russo, Fredrick, Crayton, Burke, Goth, Orsley DeRose, Fama, Dorcak, Guske, Schmit, Mangiantini, Fitzimmons iBottom Rowi iBottom Rowi Hurt, Delchiaro, Daly, Lutkenhouse, Kirwin, Powell, Favaro, Redding, Brosas, Murphy Lighthouse, not here-CAsst. Mgr.J Onorato i GRUSS UUUNTRY VARSITY: lTop Rowl Young, Navarette, Barth, Good, Ramos, Ostrowski lBottom Rowl Hughes, Spinharney, Callan, Greaney, Paredes, DiPippo, Fr Devlin, Wall J.V.: lTop Flowl Ludeki, Kirch, Schenoni, Flores, Dolan, Lopez, Barret lBottom Rowl Fr. Devlin, Ramlen, Zolezzi, Slaven, Moriss, Fredrick DUDE R VARSITY: lTop Rowl Mastracola lCoachl, Eline, Cattermole, Dedinsky, Dewhirst, Van der Sluys, Giansircusa, Perry lMiddIe Howl Tiernan, Rose, Kelsh Erazo, Freeland, Rose, A. Rose lMgr.l lBottom Rowl Sassone, Avila, Reilly, Sassone J.V.'s: lTop Rowl Morales. Kelsh, Mendoza, Gors, Mastropietro, Dedinsky, Eline, Brennan, Micheletti, Miller, Whitehead. lMiddIe Rowl Weekes lCoachl, Woolf, Foley, Richards, Simmons, McKenna. Rosendin, Carter, Tion, Spitters, Alexander, Livingston. lBottom Rowl Adza, Fabrizio, Doiron, Spitters Missing: Nicora Varsity: lTop Rowl Barrington, Fellows, Schmidt, Mahany, Laney, Griffin, Williams, Chris Dempsey lCoachl lBottom Rowl Morello lMgr.l, Wagstaffe, Page. Akeyson, Ravizza, Walewski, Spitters lMgr.l J.V.: lTop Rowl McGarry lMgr.l, Scocca lMgr.l, Supple, Bater, Smith, Kay, Talia, Passalaqua, Silvia, Schmidt, Weske lCoachl lFront Rowl O'Neal, Bocci, Dutton, Gabrielli, Bentley, Fellows, Murphy, Feasby Frosh A's: lTop Rowl Neal, DiGiavanni, McGowan, Empey, Corse, Corsiglia, Frosh B's: lTop Rowl DiValencia, O'Leary, Centis, Supple, Bartlemie lCoachl Bartelmie lCoachl lBottom Rowl Dinapoli, Bertulucci, Srnithers, Page lBottom Rowl Wakefield, Rincowski, O'Shea. Linney. GULF P .vw -mmf .. V, V! - ff' 1 ,Af VARSITY: IBack Row! Fr. Morley lCoachJ Spencer, Weichers, Dewey 1Front Row! Cook, Sullivan, Schroader J.V.'s: fBack Row! Hujar, Galvin, Shea, Fr. Morley tCoachJ fFront Row! Jones, Holmquist L fiifg iif 5 ' 'Y f fQ 2' 54: , 5 N, -r .. , -.fir 3 t - I-fn fi! JffrL5,QQJ ga' BMS' 3515 W ,, ,ga , QV V My Q m qv Biff! 'Eff-1 IL' T W' , 45? ,Lm, A H , -A N - an W-:H .,iE. AV S MV' A r 4 1 ,,,,,,,, ,r.s- ,, Q VARSITY: CBack Row? Reiz lMgr.b, Benedetti, Talia, King, Grassi, Schmidt, Dewhirst, Carroll, Barry IMgr.l lMiddIe Row! Kretzmer, Scarpelli, DiNapoIi, Tiernan, Taormina, Sheehan, Talia IBottom Row! Myers, Sheehan, Spicer, Fischer, Checutti, Asimos, Sever ,:- '1 f w 1- v it t. X , , IEW -5. fy Q QQQ42 X if I-, CBL., .'L,-,, a .I f 'E t ww- wry My , 3,-s 'Q J.V,'s: lTop Row! Br. Ryan tCoachJ, Francis IMgr.l. Smyth, Rocca, Harpster, Canello, Micheletti, Supple, Schneikurt, Thene, Wagstaffe, Fr. Shinney ICoachJ lBottom Row! Menacho, Degliatoni, Lohrke, Kavanaugh, Walker, Siri. Tiernan, Salberg, Lazzeri Frosh: lBack Row! O'Leary, Supple, Woolsey, Bertolucci, Renkowski, Revels, O'Connor QMidd!e Row! Mr, Ruth tCoachJ, Barnett, Monreal, Rebboah, Mingrone, Castillo, Morrisey, Benedetti, Fr. Clemo lCoachJ lFront Rowl Adza, Benham. Gaffney, Pieracci, Dougherty, Pilling, Hyde, Kilty TENNIS VARSITY: !Top Row! Rowell, Kelly, Tiernan, Bedola, Portwood, Coach Dempsey fBottom Row? Bainton, Chan. Kao. Lee VARSITY: lBack Rowl McMahon, Naegle. Shellworth, Morrisey, VanAlstyne, Navarrete lFourth Rowl Barth, Ostner, Hasham, Schoendorf, L d F D vlin SJ lCoachl lThird Rowl Ochoa lCoachl Peakes Cabrina Ramian Tennant Fitzsimmons Tucker, Fortune, Ramos, Hughes, Di eonar o, r. e . . ,,,, , , Burns lMgrl Nichols lCoachl lSecond Rowl Souza lMgr.l, Burns lMgr.l, Roth, Fulton, Gilles, Godby, Lemmon, Paredes, McGuire, McMahon, Rose, Meyer lMgr.l lFront Rowl Mara lMgr,l, Morales, Johnson, Beckum, Greaney, Good, Young, Mendizabol, Vierra lMgr,l Frosh-Soph: lTop Rowl Stroth, Murphy, Bordenave, Lico, Vidovich, Montanari lFourth Rowl Beall, Briggs, Squatritto, Templman, Ramirez, Arstingall, Fr. Devlin lCoachl lThird Rowl Ochoa lCoachl, Best, Galdes, Comfort, Doe, Keneally, Soressi, Novak, Naegle, Ramian, Gavasse, Ajluni, Cary, Kaser, Nichols lCoachl lSecond Rowl Rockwood, Dill, Kirch, Smithers, Cortez, Barrett, Leudkte, O'Shea, Keifer, Lopez, Crawford, Lopez lFront Fl0Wl Mara lMQf-l, Souza lMgr.l, LBSBCKS. Peliriga, Solezzi, O'Brien, Dolan, Flores, Haggarty, Brill Back Row: DeRose, Booth, Lyons, Kemper, Smith, Hasham, Lauer Fourth Flow: Boscacci, Riparbelli Third Flow: Sullivan, Kelley, Labianca, McMahon Ryan, Lopez, Baumann, Mendoza Second Row: Talia, Daschbach, Crowley, Javier, Schneider, Kretzmer, Perrelli, Grossman, St. Pierre Front Flow Kennedy, Giacalone, Pope, Golden, Migliaccio, Orlando, Tiernan, Alongi, Rodrigues, Nicora, Dondero OYIBUUOI Smith- D0f1d9"0f Kemp'-W Daschbach, Giacalone, Kretzmer ,JO .xx St. Pierre, Lauer Golden, Pope ASB Back Row: J. Wagstaffe, Wiseman, DeRose, Kirch Middle Row: Reilley, R. Wagstaffe, Fitzsimmons. Morello Front Row: Lee, Shyba, Newton SAG Back Row: Snider, Shyba, Rapp, Perry, McKarrick. Martin, Dedinsky Fourth Row: Morello, Bommanto. Hasnam, Landgrar, Hlcnards, Freeland. Twomey, Teresi Third Row: Lauer, Ryan, Eiriz, Anderson, Rose, McMahon, Rose Second Row: Burdick, Donald, Doherty, Persyn, King, Van der Sluys, Burns Front Row: Stagnitto, Fitzsimmons. Woodside, Thrift, Ryan, Murphy, Blaine, Whitney CARD NAL Nw Y -N -s.,,Ns Front Row: Berry, Wagstaffe, Kirch, Myers Second Row: Farrar, Ostrowski, Doiton Third Row: Fitzsimmons, Damassa, Martin Back Row: J. Rielly, Hasham. Linnev, De Rose GA RILLUN Back Row: O'DonneII, Wagstaffe, Leanse. Blaine, Hoff, MacDonneIl, Lauer, Cattermole, Corcoran Front Row: Blaine, DiPippo, Cattermole, DeSauInier, Wagstaffe, Stagnitto, Alvarez a F 'IA X y - 4 1 . A fa f , Y -is . , Back Row: Fleilley, Virts, O'Donnell, Corcoran, Parissenti, Linney Middle Row: Farrar, Back row: DiLeonardo, DeLateur, Sheridan, Polich, Hoff, Molaris 2nd Rogers, Myers, Coaker, Hurley Front Row: Fitzsimmons, Chang, Cattermole, Kirch, row: Myers, Tralongo, Wall, Novak, O'DonneIl 3rd row: Schachtman, Ruth, Peltzer Zarka, Greiner, Iverson, Nagell Front row: Scearce, Doran, Ryan, Straub as f BAND Back Row: Myers. Zderic, Godby, Kline, DiVittorio, Alger, Ramirez, Luedemann, Castro, Jones. Front Row: Kavanaugh, Vaugn, Wass, Strait, Wendel, Canepa, Sobraske, Sierakowski USU Back Row: Ramirez, Salume, Romero, Rockel, Ramirez, Stern, Monreal, Guzman Front Rowt Hernandez, Soto, Mendoza, Rios Mike Moodie, SJ. Cliff Winger, S.J. Religion, Counseling Department Chemistry, Mathematics :s..,f Dennis Alvernaz, S.J. Pat Sheehan English, Theology, Classics Boarders, Library 70 boarders AI Cardenas Roy Salume I M ,gif Fr. Carlo Farina, S.J. Director of Resident Students K --Nw .N Pete Dondero California Fats s ,....-W J. if Dan Bozzo and Tim Kemper f . John Adza Jeff Boyer Carlos Brosas iq 3 55 ii A 52 3, Y . 1 . . I 9 . s lf, : , ' , .gy fgg o -2 fkg t K hi' K EITZEK Ex.. f!vi,...-mv fv-- . ff o if - ...rxew Q ,,,- Zig! .. V... 4? ,f x ' ' ...Ig ,, ,ff . ,W Todd Henry sk 'MGX .P Jw 'J Nick NiC0f3 Scott Ludemann ww ,www W k ,Q ...Q-nf' Mike MOUITFBY Dan Moran 171 M.A.F.I THE Eh, derse hir buncha gize at diz ere plaze a'caIIa demselvez da MAFIA. Dey izza 'ole lotta pisanos oo gettatogedda en do dere ting, goofa rounde en rayse a lil' money onna de side fer charity a cos. Deve givvn dis yirbook dolluz ya see. Defoa, we dank dem a lot. Jus one ting, whizzagize, you no foolla rounde wit deze Mafiosi, or dey gonna fixa you. Deze a mean buncha bannanez! GUUD LUCK TU THE GLASS UF '74 ASB 2 the kasual kitchen LUTUS JENSEN HEALEY CQWQHWQHTS Q? TCJEY IIJESALJLIXIIEFQ SAN JLJSI: l:5l-EI I ISI-1 IVILJ I LJI-2 LJAI-25 2Ll6vf763CDCD 3155-A STEVENS CREEK BND MG RULLS RUYGE TRIUMPH JAGUAR B0 RDERS RULE! , 41, D I , , , N , Lawson, Hams, Corse, Alger, Sanchez, Miller Nicora, Murray, and Mickey Salu me Danillo-Gasiewicz Gillis Ramirez, Gorman, and Beale Q , CGM P LHVIENTS CDF U'DUNNEL HALL Tiernan, Shyba, Erazg, Spiva Whitehead, Tfeshlef, IVEYSOFI, Salume Barth spscuu. THANKS TU PHD TUGRA PHE RS DUUG LINNE Y A ND FRANK UAMPA GNA , iv Following moderator Dick Robinson's plea for a different CARILLON, the staff of the 1974 CARILLON began pasting together a new yearbook. As the method changed the work increased and the deadlines appeared with little regard to personal schedules. Four and five A.M. were regular bedtime hours during deadlines and some of the staff called the office home for three days at a time. Some of these people deserve special recognition for their initiative and self denial. Frank Campagna and Doug Linney spent countless hours taking, developing and printing pictures. Associate Editor, Emilio Alvarez, invested many weekends and afternoons developing new ideas. Al DiPippo, copy editor, continued to put out good copy and to keep up with the production staff. Greg Blaine, Lou Stagnitto, Dave DeSaulnier, and Paul Wagstaffe sacrificed numerous afternoons in maticulous work of production. Bill Lauer, Jay Cattermole, Pete O'donnell, Gary Hoff, Lloyd Leanse, Tim Blaine, .and Greg MacDonald also deserve credit for their efforts. Special thanks goes to moderator Dick Robinson S.J., Paul Bacosa Studios and yearbook advisor Don Wilson. Within each day a person experiences times of joy, frustration and sorrow, but as that day passes the experiences of that day are gone forever. In hopes that one lives for each minute and experience before it elapses. I have presented a portfolio of some of those moments which are gone and only linger as memories of yesteryear, wishing to be relived. One lives from one moment to the next and attempts to be fully aware of the importance of that moment which slips away in an instant. We must learn to live each moment of our lives with intensity, regretting no moment, for each moment is meant to be lived. The 1974 CARILLON is the sum of many moments. None are to be regretted. Rather they should dramatize the need to live each present moment fully. Greg Gattermo e Editor


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