Christian Brothers University - Galleon Yearbook (Memphis, TN)

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I ' F -i i P 7 Y CHRISTIAN BROTHERS COLLEGE Memphis, Tennessee T 1968 OPPORTUNITY IN EDUCATIGN 2 ,,,,-f The main purpose of the college is to provide the intellectual atmosphere for students to develop their abilities and talents. The widening range of subjects offered in the curriculum give CBC students ample opportunity to assimilate material in their respective fields. Concen- tration in particular areas of study also includes various other academic and spiritual activities. 3 N ,hx its S.- ' x if .J The CBC campus has steadily grown in recent years to maintain facilities for an ever-growing student body. The construction of the new Library gives witness to the intellectual growth as well as the physical growth. The students have seen the expansion of the Science Department through the new Science Building, with its air-conditioned classrooms and offices. The on campus students can appreciate Rozier Hall, the new dormitory, two years completed. l.J' l Dr"-!'Fi'i 4 ,rr N " ' ' - 1 5. ' V 'jx YWW 'fx X L ,Q lil Q : gi X . . . , WZ" 1 fi! ' II Hi FLV 'v5r'o wr-v'ir L w. Q ,H ww "' h' 'J , . . -Vu- HQSAS' 491:54 -J ' ' 'SPY' f '.a-H533P"" - V:-1-'ETA'-?1,': ,,7. , ,.. Q 'iwfnds-gms .uf 3 C. . . V i . x H- '- . . ag, M . V , -H 'a ,-..: fl, AT .. . . Ni FI . 5' A 1,4 '-. '::11j,f,w , xv ' r y - . - ,r -' L I ' 1 ' -V - - - -- -- W. , ... - '1 1 I ' J: . j1,:-Li., "I gi f , rf-" - , . 1" . ' K ,Y , .' 1, .,,.-M dr -. gg-,in-L 4' , 5 L 1 J:..:,.,T.l5 ,, f 'T .. -: " f '- 1 1+ - 'Www - 1 . . ' .iv lim: ' P- . g 3' , ,M H .,. I . , , ' ' E " 1- - ' T- , - . M.. . ,.. . .x+.,.-.. M- VA u .I A .- J . - . ' -.v .n,1-- rw ' 5 2- 11 fp' fs ,,"-.aff f 1- . . KW' ' 2vfft?:,fff:5Fxff3'ii-4- - .7?4f!?W+1+f1A - -Q- m':3ff4:1,-,iffxii,4:::wifffA:2.'5-ffg' Lfffi',Qf?12.r.?Y:? 'vii' Zi. Q' f-'gg5,,1-SV1-+P 1 . ,F -:EMR ,"',, - " , 5N.Q'.,, , ..,::-'1.- , , ,, g, QL. --,wg-,x ff?5ifeH:Q:?1Q:Wf-:'-f:2?f,' rw' .+ Ld: apgxbrr Ju, gt -dh... -v 1, Qff,-Z'-l,,H: ffm- I ii' Vail-r?"f'TTf'5'9W'!Vxifr :'?g1u1i1 if !1l1".1'2l' ' "S-Sw Hu 5 'K-nv: N22 WE 3. ,la-Nfwxf-fNAhuq -a3,k.g.':f' . 'JW'-2 ".,' 'Fifa . Z, .... ..,. ,-,L 1- we L , . A www.-iff. - PQ- -4:-.w!f'i . . . ' ' full- 1 I I 1 1 I DE ELGP ' 9 I 1 -, N x x . , J 4 x A 1 ,wr 48' Tradition-a word with deep meaning around the CBC campus. It means annual events that make the school year good or great. It all begins with the initiation of the freshmen in Septemberg it brings new men into the fold of the student body. The campus is then opened to the parents of all the students during Parent's Weekend. Every teacher welcomes the parents to his classroom. This is beneficial to parents, student, and school. The Red-White game introduces this year's basketball team to the students and many of the loyal CBC followers. The highlight of the tradition at CBC is Homecoming Weekend. Alumni from every section of the country return to observe and admire the changing campus. The varsity homecoming game instills a sense of pride in all who attend. That night is devoted to renewing old friendships, an evening that does not last long enough for most. Tradition plays a major role in a student's school year. 4 ' rx H U1 X N. fwwi f V , 1, pf 7 l 1 - - l CHRI TIA I Y A college is not supposeto build a religious ' belief. It is intended to strengthen and foster a deeper realization of one's belief. The Religion courses offered at CBC are meant to create an atmosphere of interest, provide a place for debate and discussion, and make available to the student a counselor to whom he can take his problems. These are achieved with a deep interest in the student and a hope for a deepened student interest in Christianity. EY! 8 . ,1 1111 1 5 N MH 1, 1 1 - .1 1 11 1 .,n ,1 1 1 1 if ' 'ill 1 111 . -. V, , . 5.5-11 ' , 1 -1 ' If-":. .. 1 1' 11 f-11-Jr, '1- 1, 1 1, '1'111w.1-. '-151: 1 1.' ' 1 t,g.5LLG1'-ff I 1.1 M. ,, 755, 1 1 11 -mg , 1 ' ' ,. ' M 1' 1 5 1 1 1' A S' .1 fl.. A I I 1 H X. 1 - 1 11' 1 1:4 K : 1X1,k,., 1 1 ' 1 .1325 1 1.- P X u I qi' 511 . If-:q,n-f.,QmI 'K is "M--A-L., N N 1:1 1 ' P' J 2 M dy , - 1 A V . , 1 .1 I KQLAE Every CBC activity is the result of careful planning by an individual, a committee, or an entire organization. The numerous organizations sponsor various activities both for their members, the student body, and occasionally the public. Cove dances, guest speakers, variety shows, annual events, and special events are just several of such activities. These activities play an important role in providing a brief respite from a vigorous academic life. I . nl- wi-31' 1, 4: " 'fA - ' ff? -,S , A, l 4 - ' - V f . Q4 E X -nv' - 11 .L e C "'55:'f eiwfffil-fiavtif " im 'L Qilb' I' 'r 'WIKI-nah . VARSITY Having an enrollment of only 1100, limits the number of varsity sports available to the students. What it lacks in availability is made up in spirit, as was shown during the basketball season. Basketball is the major varsity sport on campus and the one most frequented by the students. Athletic Director Chester Doll has also scheduled competition in tennis, track, cross-country, golf, and baseball. Among the foes that the Buccaneers have challenged are Tulsa University, Southwestern, Washington University of St. Louis, and Wabash College. The Battlin' Bucs are entered in the tough Volunteer State Athletic Conference for the fourth year. The athletic program is improving with each season. Each year the various teams become stronger and more experienced. Enthusiasm is developing and so is every man that joins a CBC varsity team. 12 ..-1 I -E" aff' 3,51 lv . . , 1 , f , 1 :,. . , V - I L-a..L:f+s-a-M .--J . 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' E31 r'I,.f.ii'. rr- ' is Ania-s 1 V 5'5'E?'tf'- V. N.'l5T',-.BF "Jig F:i5?'TI Z.-at -T." . ig- was-:.sQg55v5:::fT1'1 -r ul-, , . -.4.':-,.1:- A s 1, A "fr N fa- - , A-1: ,.e5v'2,,7T'f.3'f: Z' 5 -tim! - if.. -ftf,-+1 ,if xl L:-1' i ehf4'13f"- l 59 I' 'Qi' 12 ,Q -f aj':'jf ' QL.: -ai: .Y 4 rg!- 3-.. 4: 'f .. 13. Q-,,,-4f,y .sa-'wc r.g,ff.4'u3d'4'5j .-5" ex ".- l 1. f' r. rr , "Ffa P+- . '4',L1..,v IJ J. ku .,.- 1 P- SZ' TR M RAL S -.- ... . .. , , , -v, - A 4 A new face on campus has given the intramural sports program a face lifting. Father Angelo Nobile became Chaplain of CBC. In addition, he was given the title Intramural Athletic Coordinator. With an enthusiasm that bubbles over into everyone working with him, Father Nobile has introduced a variety of sports to the students. Wrestling, boxing, bridge, chess, ping pong, billiards, soccer, and track are several of the new intramural sports this year. i l .m 13 John Henry Cardinal Newman once described a college in these words: 'git is a place for seeing galleries of first rate pictures, for hearing Wonderful voices, and performances of transcendent skill." In an attempt to create this center of excellence, CBC launched its Arts Program Series in 1968. This was done with the cooperation of Siena College and its Fine Art department. Part of the philosophy behind the entire series is the developing of the whole student. The well educated man of today needs more than specialized training in a specific field. These cultural programs are offered to fulfill such a need of the college students, friends, and alumni. The program's success so far is attested to by the response of the students. TP: Mr. John Casserly The New York Sextet Q, 7- Mahur J affrcy Warner, Porter, and Warner ity o V r ,.ly"" "'f7mf1N'NfNvk N l ff ff' COMMUNITY and l SCHGOL College and Community Work together to build the youths of today into the leaders of tomorrow. Each contributes to the other. CBC releases new leaders to the community with the graduation of its seniors. The seniors add professional men to the communities and their needs. CBC also adds the beauty of its campus to an already beautiful city. 16 L The 1968 "Galleon" staff has sought to assemble for you, the students of Christian Brothers College, a book not only aimed at providing you memories of the "spirit of CBC" but also aimed at instilling within you a desire for continued growth and development in- tellectually. We have chosen the architecture of CBC as representative of the growth of the campus and of you as a student, It is hoped that these symbols are casual while calling forth pleasant memories of your college experienceg for this is not a book about buildings, but a book about you and your college. Look at the various actions shown, the various types of architecture, the interests. These are the heartbeats of CBC . . . These are the heartbeats of existence. Doug House, Editor . ,,,.., .rw , .--.... ,-N Y it 0 r iimyiigjv- i ' ', . V .... J TABLE OF CONTE TS FOREWORD 1 . . . FACULTY . . . SENIORS ....... . . . UNDERCLASSMEN WHO'S WHO ..... . . . HOMECOMING .... . . . SPORTS ...... ACTIVITIES .... ORGANIZATIONS -L? 101 104 124 140 -al ' 4. ? A A I4 I Q f . I., N :fx L. 59' 19 X' is 44,1-pg-5-, '1' a message from the President- A yearbook is a record. And the reciord has been one of hope and progress, of past accomplishments and projections for the future, of student and faculty growth and development at CBC. The library, begun during the last year, will be completed in the next. The student union, in the initial stages during the last year, will begin soon. But a college is a success when the students are a success, and there have been achieve- ments of the past year in all fields: academic, athletic, and social. With administration, faculty, student government, and other organ- izations Working together, the past achieve- ments are a prelude to the future. U . . U. 1 uit L r 1 ,, .gy tn' 1 ,i . vw' VL. WS itll' 0,5 i. X ,.. .r,a. ,.., ,H H - I Hu lk," its't"" l .9 91 11:51 l - 117 nhl. Wg? ti . - --ef .... cf. ., .I .R+-ri. --f --.i 5g.f7f:.f1'33,- nf- "-'G' if b..,t.,,L m-gt ln 3 -rv xi EV: 5 Z' One of Brother' Luke's more time consumming activities this year has been CBC's building program. Fram- ed by the construction work on the new library, we see the pres- ident explaining the blue prints to yearbook editor, Doug House. In spite of his busy schedule Broth- er Luke still finds time to make himself available for consultation with both students and faculty, to say nothing of his tennis, art, and Writing interest. On December 1, 1966, Brother Camillus Dufresne assumed the responsibilities of Dean. It took only a short time for him to get settled in his new office. With a plan to increase the number of classes with the least possible burden on teachers, Brother Camillus initiated a new class scheduling system. He also administers to both students and faculty on an individual basis, adjusting schedules and advising the administration on school affairs. I l KZ5' ill 5" x :JS N' M ' il: LA , ' mi' I 1 F l ,l r 1 yy..-if . '- W ' M .L I I, ,X r, 1" : E -,: :Y i fi '- x' 1' , r if g .fr 'E l .. Q15 gift .444 r K Brother Camillus personally checks student records. T Mrs. Aileen Pegues, Assistant to the Dean and Mrs. Lynn Wells are always ready to answer students questions on any campus matter. 21 . ,Q I ,,--' ,X S Mr. Carl Patterson, Financial Aid Officer , X, ivm... 'qw fl N1 1 1 ... xl' ' Brother Edmund and Development Office Staff - Mrs. Mary Blades, Secretary to the President ' 1 r K l Brother Ignatlus Leo, Director of the College Public Relations Office 22 fn... XX , + Q ,E '-'K NA,.'- E s,....p Mrs. Ann Elliot assistant to Brother l. Leo in the Public Relation Office 1:-,-I.,-I-k FV- ' 1 - yjff- -H Tn- - V- - '1 ' v -L, v '15 It 'l':"T'f' 5' ..lf-- 'ff Brother Howard Peter, the College Field Representative Q' I I ,ru , -' -,sf .V .gn -5- . JI.. , V, ...V . Brother Jerome David, College Registrar 23 Brother Kerian Thomas, Instructor of Education and Director of Scholastics The staff of the Business Office: Mrs. Millie Holland, Mr. Richard Kriz, and Miss Ann Lee. -'ps' li X a' -H--.. Y., w-. gr- fi 'A A 1 Mr. Holland L. Harris, Instructor of Biology. Bro. Robert Staub, Associate Professor of Biology. Bro. Gabriel Brittingham, Assistant Professor of Business Administration. Mr. Edmund C. Smith, Instructor of Business Dr. Richard Deutsch, Professor of Business Administration. Bro. J. Alfred, Associate Professor of Business Administration. 24 Dr. Francis P. Sala, Assistant Professor of Business. Dr. John Appling, Lecturer of Chemistry. Dr. Kadaba, Assistant Professor Of Chemistry. Mr. Will Johnston, Assistant Professor of Business. Dr. Richard Thais, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering. . Mr. Keh-Chang Lui, Instructor of Chemical Engineering fs, :EX ,f nf. 6 L. Brother Clair Stanislaus Battersby, Visiting Professor of History. Brother Luis Lozano, Lecturer of Spanish. 97 ki it ,-ff-QNBQ Tj, jigs., 1 .LEA - , 'I fn: :L 'Af'-I tm Mr. Roy M. Lechtreck, Instructor of History. ,iff Dr. Rose G. Deal, Assistant Professor of Languages. ,,,L+.-.-e-'- if I ,l. .I ,U S., Tamara N. Miller, Lecturer of German. 26 ,. Mr. James Liles, Instructor of Accounting. serie, Mr. George Krupicka, Instructor of Mechanical Engineering. Mr. Josiah Brady, Instructor of History. Mr. Donald Glaser, Assistant Professor of Computer Science. Mr. Robert Coker, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. I n l . , 1 , ,I I fr' ,J . I ii . Mr. Charles Demetriou, Instructor of Mathematics. Bro. L. John Saino, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. ll' Dr. Van R. Hatz, Professor of Mathematics. Mr. James McCoy, Instructor of Mechanical Engin- eering. . ,...-1 ,,......-.. . 1 r 11 Mr. Fred H. Terry, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering. Bro. Louis Althaus, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. in Mr. Wen-pin Ou, Instructor of Electrical Engineer- g. 'X . F. ' A x a our lie 1- Mr. Reginald Rodriguez, Instructor of Electrical Engineering. Mr. John Ventura, Instructor of Electrical Engineering. 29 A91 5, E W . Mr. Dunaway Conner, Instructor of English. Mr. William E. Gamble, Instructor of English. is .gflffe ., 11 ' 5 4 N W- . 1 : :Tig 1 Mr. Edward Harris, Instructor of English. Bro. Leonard Spengler, Instructor of Speech. Bro. Adrian Philip, Associate Professor of English. l Dr. Pu-Ning Sun, Professor of Mechanical Engineering. 1 A Dr. John Then, Associate Professor of Physics. Dr. Ray Brown, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering. ' ii' Dr. Marvin Morgan, Associate Professor of Physics. Dr. Richard Jacob, Associate Professor of Physics 31 s, 1 S, Y .X T ,1,--'- Rev. Charles Mocco, Instructor Of Philosophy and Theology. Mr. William Gannon, Assistant Professor of Philosophy. 4 i i I-Q1 ll- . 1 r l Rev. Everest Famand, Professor of Philosophy. t -np-hr . fr QP" is -. -H 5 l v f s I r l l l N 32 Rev. Raphael Archer, As- sistant Professor of Theo- logy. U ,jp ltkilfi-4-:,, I I I It I , I I I rf ,--. . ..--....--.,,, .,,, ,N um-S1 Bro. Fernando Mcndicoa, Instructor of Theology. I 77 A i i 7 ' fp VC 61L7f'ff,f3m' 67 Aff? ,:s" 'A I I f f ' We we ' X 1' rr ,wma f big I I 4 I Ml , 'im 1 gt A W L! Ag A634 6' 1 1' 1 f V If ,I I V, ,V ,Z in I-ylipya 1: " ,gag " if I fu' Af I I I . ,. , I X . V , I I-J f- - ,1 1 I w I Mr. Paul Witte, Instructor of Theology. Mr. J olm Paul Christoff, Instructor of Theology 1 I T . Q I I, 1 . 5, 'E 4 , ff' I ,my .. Ea- , 1 ', 'D N if Sl-, gf 'NY . 3 - .Y-M-eq n I Mr. James McGinnis, Instructor of Ph11osophy :vii f-.15 'il- Dr. Ru-Lin Lee, assistant Professor of Civil Engineering wt ,, - Mr. Earl Gillespie, Instructor of Civil Engineering 2 5' 6 -4 n ,I ,il 192 A fe ga? f in Mr. Henry Dougherty, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering 34 A-:,-...JF 3155! g3lErA."T 'lil , 3' 117- ,I 4 , .1 lf .I f J lv X27 Mr. Philip J. Anderson, Instructor of History. Mr. T. Herbert Darnell, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. 5rcoNvS uuomlum RHI Uuomk Upper ill' Cupvous icovper illn 1 Cupriz !Hyd:ogcn ilvon flll ' Ferrous ilron um Fenix ,lead ' lux xlnhlr in nqu In iam mnpuunds the Iuemny llli 2 Meuumus Me-mary HI! Nlemnir 'Potassium isnw Sodium Slunnuus Slannil mum'-um 'ggi Piosphnie ci. lhmhydr P cm- Dihydrweu Q Cllbllll g'9f'i5'MN2 ' biglmmlga t,Iol41'H1dx01lenS1h A' I flung, 'V llisulhnel liydvuih mg' him! my Hydrogen Sul! ,A llisullidel ll0,' Sulfile l0,' Nllydroqen Su' 1.0.1 mais-xml legslivl lm it xsd mt Ihr sun nl nel: ohmiull my-au.. Gill Sidi Sllll rigs mr.--1 wo-1. nj Mr. John Diffee, Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Mr. Joe Alfonso, College Cafeteria In Supervisor. 35 Dr. Richard Jacob takes time out for a Coke with a Parents Weekend visitor. Mr. Dunaway Conner goes over a student's record with interested parents. FACULTY CARE A smile shows they care. Mr. Robert Coker does not mind going over a problem with students after class . . . he cares. . . they all do. 36 iw mf. ,qi ..,,., hw , A 5 All . , 1Q.,,, j :T 4 g , 2 . r - A I D -, Y- magic- ' "MJ Y' -' .-.A wifi, ' Ek QR' Y' ir- " ffl, .,-,f 'ill ' ' 1 .Vt x" I L-, M. WW igw ff, xxffsgazlgilsisiw AN -42, ,W ww .W -' , A5 551.41 , 'V 1: Qxgfagglfff ., 'WCW vw., ,X ff. ass, V 543, ,, eww, pM' Z fsigmggwfg '22 ifJe?2s?1sz Qzwassffsawf 5 srifggggggzwi, f Jw fziiwm 'f :li-fgwgsggvf Jfzxgeg-1254, my ma was mfrggxi 'H ff, f N 71,14 1 miwsk, ' , ,Y igxfwwph izfigfssfiish 'u"?i3'55ui5E 'Q Q 5535552556532 K, M 2- - g..L.m5Qwgn,5g9gg .Mexzfggm f -. ff:e2Qsszsasee"2F-1131 QSESSEEHE 352 , gg::ezg,fs3g,f2ia!i?ymArf"A L "1"gaagfeggs2af5Q3Q N 5 ggssswggsza? ywgggmwg ,MM msslm M4555 gn T .L.,.. 2155223 A., 5 : ,gf qi., Q25 M zz QQQ2I??3Z1fW: W, ga 4, 5. V 35 ,sz ggxzciffiiii , ,.2wf,gg 3-LW, Y W wwfwg E QQQEZSFESFK a-vw-zmzl fxixifezlfg mass J. R. ALLEN . Biology Evansville , Indiana NFCCS, ACS, Whois Who S. S. AGARWAL Mechanical Engineering Agra, India Foreign Students Club L. R. AMBORT Electrical Engineering Little Rock, Arkansas Circle K, IEEE, Who's Who G. P. BAJAJ Mechanical Engineering Bombay, India Institute of Science, Bombay 38 I-dh V. R. ANDERSON Marketing Kansas City, Kansas G. H. BALTZ, JR. Mechanical Engineering Pocahontas, Arkansas Me Club, Engineers Club J . E. BAN AS ZEK Mathematics Broadview, Illinois W. J. BOY Mechanical Engineering Chicago, Illinois Varsity basketball and track, Engineers Club H. C. BAROT Mechanical Engineering Bombay, India International Club P. T. BELANGER Marketing Chicago, Illinois Delta Sigma Pi 39 N. BARBEITO Electrical Engineering Miami, Florida IEEE, International Club l C. R. BENNETT Marketing Bordentown, New Jersey Circle K, Who's Who i W. J. BISCHOFF Electrical Engineering Birmingham, Alabama IEEE, NSPE, Circle K, WCBC H. L. BRENNER Marketing Memphis, Tennessee Kahn Trust Scholarship W. J. 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DUPONT Marketing Charlotte, North Carolina iDelta Sigma Phi Student Govt. 42 J. N. DOSHI Mechanical Engineering Bombay, India International Club J. H. EDMONDSON Marketing Memphis, Tennessee Yearbook J. H. ELLIS Mechanical Engineering Memphis, Tennessee ME Club W.A. FORD, JR. Mechanical Engineering Memphis, Tennessee ME Club C. G. EWERLING Marketing Chicago, Illinois Delta Sigma Pi, NFCCS J. M. FRANCE Mechanical Engineering Heth, Arkansas Pres. Student Govt., ME Club, Who's Who 43 J. E. FARRELL, JR. Marketing Villa Park, Illinois Bowling W. E. FRULLA Accounting Memphis, Tennessee Student Govt., Delta Sigma Pi WCBC, Who's Who i D. E. GALICIA S Electrical Engineering l Guatemala 5 ...iii-11 IEEE, Pres. rnremauonai Club i I B. V. GALA Mechanical Engineering Bombay, India International Group of Memphis W. E. GARDNER, JR. Mechanical Engineering Memphis, Tennessee ME Club, Baseball L. G. GARLING, JR. Electrical Engineering Lombard, Illinois IEEE, NFCCS 44 BRO. 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" If WN . 'V 1, r . , nw. f..,. 1' nw- l1...y w W ,', n 1: - n w w w 1 ' IH4' 1:1 A K- u Q,v,.H,1, , ,. '.-E.: :I 'v H- 1 1 ,., ' 1 X -+ X X v ,Q U , ,am UCS BASKETBALL Bill Boy Joe Robinson Leondist Brown Frank Rozaitis Dave Combs Joe Sawyer Dave Dant George Sereikas Joe Leuschke, captain Terry Thomas J oe Nadicksbernd Willie Taylor Larry Rauen 106 K ..,.,..Y., .. .. ,,.-,.,. ,,. an , , , 595351 r:a- 3 .I"' ,, - X New , X! 411' ff- F--N mf 'bisifiaj Athletic Director Chester Doll works over his desk preparing schedules for all varsity sports. He also travels to many states to recruit athletes of top quality. Coach Doll talks to hometown product, Leondist Brown, during a time out. Coach and the boys put many long hours into game preparations. l 1 . ,1- -- X x 'x- .. Is. 107 41' 9O",f Q4 f ' A 3 E-2 -N . wx' s ' , 3253.04 'dw' -, 5 , . 'i,.B.C U 2 Dj , A Psi! ,. U H Xs- X gg J: "N-4 ' ' r V e, 'F X ' v A-X 'IN W 109 He' 'I g"L,Sw'Y-13 X , mmm, 'nug- 'Q' mi'-f' 39.03 7 f 9456 156099 ' WW I M' A ' Ji f 1 E- is f 5 ,4un -5 CHEERLEADERS The Bucaneers have many fans and it is the job of the cheerleaders to choose and lead the cheers. When enthusiasm runs high, the cheerleaders direct a joyous couraging atmosphere prevails, the cheerleaders move into action to rally loyal followers to "Boost the Bucsln 112 howling chorus "Beat 'em Bucs". When a dis- 1 - ,f ,fr 3 BASEBALL As surely as spring and summer come again, so comes the baseball season. CBC players ready themselves in late winter and early spring for a successful year on the diamond. Coach Earl Gillespie has fielded an excellent team composed predominately of freshman and sophomore stu- dents. Although the team is young, spirit and ability promise to give CBC victory over any opponent. A number of games had to be can- celed in the early season due to sixteen snow, rain and civil disorders. This is the reason why the schedule was shortened. 4 f fir? iff . Q ,P W -'1' 1 f 1: .5 -af' -,iii-1,' Q' 'f' wifi"-f 'LW E" ri-T Amiga ' g --5 4", -A fr 4 ff' 4 Q 411 aff APXIP ww 'EQ 'ln A uf 4 I ' 3 'EQ rg F '- vx S w 'I J 1 5 --,gp-Fi ' 3-Ay. 'M h U 'hw'-' x m 'L E- Q ww rw' 1. I ,L WAI 'va m N xwlx um. . IL-,Q 'We ' f 'lm W Y TH f "-fig-rg 1 - ':" k 3 ex'3'ci 'W g Q A .-1'if1fn.i"N. "' "I - 'V H,,"'z'D' A N J H Kun rl" W 1 1 fam- ,i :y y QLJWQ, w. ---- -H, s. -x, w . '1 f -'. .L -. Xxx 1 .5 ML? K- .,. i X.- ?'Q1i V- '-S-Q3 fir X K Www ' .Q - Lg. .,g-, .. ' -' l M -f ,.-FQ +1 A .1 A l' I 5' ,hQ1b-- TRACK AND FIELD i'."E'?' ?'! 116 gui H, 1 I D. 117 CROSS COU TRY A 1 TEAM ROSTER Leo Arnoult Bill Boy Dan Banaszek Tom Dent Bret Grandy Bill Mulvihill Larry Vescovo 118 Q 'JA up, sm-pq. 5 A ,nk 'I' 1'-V W . ,af- TENN X '.A. ,- ' ' xml' if A - v"-,-.Q ge YQ ., ar -.,f1-,.... A. QQ., . , .. 1-1': lY:7, f,+. f ::-' ' L 4 ' r r-J , 'Wrsr '55 Q1.'1'f?,1-,ffff-gFf"" ' V, V mf, E li .. 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' w 44,1 O .fgfk . x iff' Q , 1 A C T I V I T I E S 125 SIENA STREET DANCE fx -C , I. , f I, u, f OPERATIO RED i In a campus wide blood drive, CBC succeeded in collecting 358 pints of blood, which far exceeded that collected by Memphis State University. Just goes to show what a good cause and a conscientious student body can do when they unite. Many thanks to Circle K for organizing this activity. e y Y' lg 127 X 1, ,, IL-. , on their own campus. SLAVE DAY 2 9 if, Girls from Siena College are auctioned as maids for CBC dormitory residents. Funds raised from this activity are used by Siena for other activities 1, ii 'f Q f H, W 1, M V- f , ff affix-TJ-"i'? ' . Y--f"'-eV .... ff" . ,,.,,:, :ri-1-rm 7 ' f ' 'f innarns-111-1 r - '- he - "' ' ' ,' IE 'f Q' -. - 'if-.e. 11.31, 'ff' 1 . ,4.,.h. . i . , , I H A Qu' I I gba? B ,QV 9, E' si, .u. F Ri' n A5185 . .141 . Q 1 'v i---. agnrvfai-A , .. if r. fi I - f - ' fir' ' 'E:f1l'5:m:h" 2 a 'lv-'l'TihEfiE!45E9f'ii 5?:'!!5, ii, '. :if'E2i!fi:3ZE5?EEiEiEE I JSE! 4 ,' if i. ff ?sf2fsdss 5: z f W lv- f-.-- 14-Yi' 14 - . -s -ws 1 n- - 1. ? if -fy - 5 I 9 an .il W 128 PICNIC and HAYRIDE Neither rain, nor snow, sleet, nor hail, nor dark of night will interfere with the U. S. Mail or the CBC Male. This is true when the annual hayride and picnic rolls around. Prepared for any weather, the "covered wagons" roll out of CBC parking lot and on to Ellendale Pavillion. Upon arriving, the merry makers unloaded and shook off the hay to the lively sounds of the band. ...s i LAS VEGAS I GHT In the college handbook on page 27 paragraph 3 is the law: There shall be no gambling on campus. To pacify those who feel that laws are made to be broken, the Student Government annually sponsors Las Vegas night. Your dollar admission gets 55,000 I of gambling money and a ticket to 1 the dance. 4-'E Three winners at the Dice table. Place all bets! 130 CQVE DANCES 131 What would a dance be without music? And what better than live music helps the feet to James Brown, the arms to Bugaloo, the hips to African Twist, the shoulders to Funky Broadway, the head to Jerk. The bands that provided the music ranged from the nationally known Memphis Short Kuts to the Stray- farers with Vicki Harris, girl drummer. The Mono- grams, the Regents, the Four, the Rapscallions, the Mad Hatters, and the Now Crowd were several of the bands who made Cove Dances popular. Groovy! Registration begins . . . PARE S Brother Edmund cordially welcomes the parents and begins the general orientation. WEEKE 11: 1" 134 " 1 , T Ti, 'TTT' 'T 7 - 1 1 ' f .,, :LQ -' ua - r 11 -g v--4 ,yr ' as Q W . .H Q ,, , ,,, .. ,, .A ' , ' ' . .Q 4 ' I H-: 1 4' - 1 ? n at ., ' 1 . uv One of the most enjoyable interludes of the year is the time when parents visit the campus. It is unusual to see the older set walking the corridors and sitting in the classrooms to which we have become so accustomed to see ourselves. The interest shown by parents has made Parents Weekend a wonderful success. Their enthusiasm generates a new effort on the part of the student to achieve academic excellence. In addition, this fosters a relationship be- tween parents and teachers that is in keeping with the tradition of close contact between student, teacher and parent. THEATER GUILD A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE The Theater Guild is largely responsible for the dramatic productions given at CBC. The thespians of the Guild put many long hours into their theatric endeavors. One of their successful proj- ects was Arthur Miller's A View from the Bridge which portrayed man's tragic capacities to love and hate, to create and destroy. This spring the Theater Guild presented their first musical, Lionel Bart's Oliver! By the efforts of the Guild, CBC students and faculty have enjoyed catharsis and comedy through the great playwrights of our time. A I-,A 1:-M . - ,gg , ' 'L 445.-2 A ,b 1 w FOLK MASS 197 lf. I KJ e-2 , " F 'UO TUE'-3 as-r -9 .., ...,:-Q e ,,. K+-it Ya Liffil lf- fx. ' wr ligrj-kr . I V ,Lx ,,.,, Avy zigf-mfg f 1? '- " -I S '-P NA -. .-- fi- f gum"-? 'fe' I F:--'eg-if 'S sr- 5 AN1 MECHANICAL ENGINEERS CLUB Fx.L::4m 4, '.l" Q 0 !,1, CJ SERS xl SVC CK? , 03 Dr. - Cliff Bau Steve C Jerry Fr Ron Hic Darrell H Bill Krau Robert Lattu Ron Orintas James Podesta Robert HT? o AMERICAN I X CHEMICAL A d MMHM M Brother Edward Doody George E. Oswald Presldent Tony Brignole III John Baker Jim Busi Marty Carr Michael Cherry Thomas Colturi Jim Dohogne Pat Ireland R. M. Patel Greg Scharfetter N. D. Vora PHYSICS CLUB Interest in the field of Physics has brought about the existence of the CBC Physics Club. Although they are small in number, the group sponsored various activities related to their fieldg these activities include guest speakers, assistance with the Memphis High School Physics Club members are proud of their emblem Science Fair, up-to-date journals and magazines, and field trips. The Physics Club is affiliated with the American Institute of Physics. A ' ' 1 I 144 Dr. Richard Jacob James Shelton Ray Foster Eugene Collins John Randolph 5,1 ENGINEER The Engineers Club is a chartered and active member of the National Society of Professional Engineers. This club unites engineers of all fields. Therefore, they must appeal to all fields in the various activities that they plan. Succeeding in this endeavor, the Engineers Club has sponsored several field trips to leading engineering industries in the South, has 'brought to the campus many fine guest lecturers, and has provided a place for all engineers to share mutual interests. Ron Ambort David Berges Andrew Cilla Steve Cannon Bill Cooper Jerry France Darrell Horton William Kraus 145 Robert Lattus Darrell Molnar Ron Orintas Joseph Parreco Joseph Podesta Greg Scharfetter Russell Siegfried Robert Wood f lvl QC Ll'i1'qf CIRCLE K Circle K is a service organization dedicated to assist in the accomplishment of any task concerned with the College. Their help has contributed to the success of many campus activities including Parents Weekend and .Operation Red, cove dances and theatrical projects. The members of CIRCLE K ARE students whose superior ability in leadership, in scholarship, and in a willingness to serve. F2 ' F UV : ,f l L 2 i ' i f l 'l""l C- 7 . A ..,.:. 7 CCQQ Q- v- ' . I in-1--.-f--na ill'-21 4, su:-wana-caan :nun--1 l....C L nun-nv.-1 , nine:-1 "i- ' 11 :Ll . 6 I t ni nv L I' Ron Ambort W f """ A" ' - 1 Ray Baum - -::- - Charles Bennett Bill Bishoff Harry Blackburn Dave Combs Mike Daley P. J. Gajda Jerry Grabelle Q My Walter Harper Tim Jason Bob Knieling Pat McCrate Ralph Militello Doug Norton George Oswald Zenowij Pankewycz Larry Pfister Mike Sexton Mike Shaugnessy Brian Splan Dennis Stack Bob Stukel Don Sullivan Richard Szyszka 1- 1'1- George Villegas ' may Tim Walsh Bob Warda ,fi 1 ,.xu - MDW Ff.sg.piD--'71le3'J'p V it A -mf,--a. A ,. -...:.-1,ffr. l ae' ef Circle K helps with the registration of the incoming parents during Parents Weekend. Determined to outdo every other college and university in the city, Circle K planned and organized and successfully completed the blood drive on campus. They also did donate more pints of blood than the other schools. W -' V " :-f'l 1 M 147 SENIOR CLASS: left to right, Sonny Frulla, Treasurer, George Oswald, Vice-President, George Sereikas, Secretary, James Shelton, President. FRESHMAN CLASS: BACK ROW, left to right, P. J. Gadja, Treasurer, Ralph Mooser, Vice-President, FRONT ROW, left to right, Russell Seigfreid, Secretary, Tom McMahon, President. 148 .. I SOPHOMORE CLASS: left to right, Ken Kmelski, Vice-President, Bill Lenaha.n President, Rich Quinn, Secretary Tom Lott, Treasurer. The class officers form the nucleus of a working student government. The men on these pages give unselfishly their time and energy to school and classmates. Their devotion to office was exemplified by the many fine activities which were organized and accomplished during the year. These class officers have continued the tradition of bettering the school through service. Y 'sas , ! lll ,l, III' I I 1 I ll! JUNIOR CLASS: left to right, Don Haller, Vice-President, Bob Tragarz, Secretary, Joe Thweatt, President. WCBC WCBC is the campus radio station. The members of the staff under the di- rection of Brother LeOnard keep stu- dents informed on where to find the action. Set forth on these pages is broadcasting bag. Paul Combs Bill Kent John Furtak Bill Vancura Greg Petersen Bill Moskal Tom McMahon Y r .,- 4. Paul Leary John Marino Ernst Muksch Ed Ranizewski P. J. Gadja Tom Stanton Paul St. Cin r Q :gm J 4-6, .r' J 4, 150 '-5,4'ifL!lf,: , . 1 'll .la--I-'l Ta f' x 151 -Q -4. vs A2 53 Brother J. Alfred FSC Dr. Francis Sala Mr. Edmund Smith Pete Belanger Bill Boedeker Ray Borst Jim Bowling Mike Breheny Ray Buckley Jack Burns Don Byrnes Steve Cannon Stephen Cavanaugh Edward P. Dorsey Sonny Frulla Donald F. Haller Richard Husarek Jim Iovino Jack Kenny Ken Kinelski Kenneth D. Lansing Thomas Laskiewicz Bill Lenahan Mike Lenahan Joe Marchese James Mastrino Kevin McKenna Jim Orintas Ron Orintas John R. Sabo Art Szalkiewicz Joseph R. Thweatt J on Vaughn Brian Splan Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers 15 The Institute of Electrical and Elec- tronic Engineers has completed its sixth year on the campus at CBC. This organi- zation has supplemented the regular curriculum by inviting several guest speakers to CBC. The importance of expanding and keeping abreast of the developments in their field is a key reason for the organization of the IEEE. Q Brother H. Louis Althaus, Moderator Sam Lewillen, President Ric Hurt Vice President ,- 4 f,,"i+- ' '. 3- Lx'g'-4..N'j- - -' . ---'-f-'syn -f---f --.x-1"-v-f-ap Many long hours of hard work paid off for the ambitious members of IEEE as this float won their organization a first place in Class A display competition at Homecoming. Mike Murphy Gene Owen Rudy Ryan Ron Ambort Nelson Barbeito Gary Cox Albert Delkornic David Galicia Bill Holland Francis Keller Jr. Frank A. Love Jr. John D. Mann Edward Miller A1 Stofge Edward True Malcom T. Waclaw Lester Wiener Bob Wood Thomas Comior Russell Harrison Dean Hess Paul Nesbitt John Relteney A new organization on the CBC campus is Chi Rho. The members of this group are given the privilege of serving daily and Sunday Masses. Some of the other duties of the members are Mass lecturer, musician and commentator. Although they are a new organization, they are strong in number Father Angelo Nobile Ray Baum Dave Berges Ed Bonnell , Charles Bukauskas Tom Buob Anthony Burger James Callicott Ed Canham Dick Cannon Dave Combs Tim Cunningham Dan Devitt Paul Fabiszak Fred Fleck Jerry France P. J. Gajda Russell Harrison Bob Hummel Joe Kestner 156 Ken Kinelski Bill Lenehan Joe Leuschke Rich Marecek Tom McMahon Ralph Mooser George Oswald A1 Rankine Art Salzman Tom Sevier George Sereikas James Shelton Paul St. Cin Charles Sydney Malcolm Waclaw Robert Werle PA ' 4 fri ,...,: CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN DCCTRINE The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, or CCD as it is known on the campus, is composed of a dedicated group of scholastics. It is their aim to bring the message of Christ to the Catholic students who do not attend parochial schools. They give instructions in both grade school and in high school religious subjects. They do their work every Sunday at several of the churches in the city. Their program and teaching methods have been well accepted and praised wherever they go. It is an organization that brings the Christian idea from the campus to others. 157 Q5 .Q . .. -, 5 1 , ,, 'wi-5 E, , z 1 Father Nobile Danial McNamara Ed Kloster Charles Sydney Tony Scafidi Steve Kappy Alberto Ciniglion Chuck Pinkowski 'Conrad Matula Steve Jaeger Bob Senn Dan Devitt Rusty Forster Mike O'Mal1ey J oe Purcell Frank Sylves Frank Spalla 52,- ' a 'fir J. 55,3 .z,f iff I' .ffgpw ..a I-j,:Q .f I-3-1 ' 96.4.1 . 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