Fordham University - Aries / Maroon Yearbook (New York, NY)
- Class of 1957
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ln this l957 Aries we have attempted to express the inevitable realiz-
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am man-that Fordham is more than ivy-covered
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The pictures in this yearbook show clearly the beauty of Fordham, and
words describe her greatness. But the real Fordham lies in her truth, her
prlnclp es, her traditions. The value of these attributes is inestimable, and
rightly so, for they are her spirit-a spirit which does not stem from books
and lectures alone, a spirit which was given to her by God..
We hope that this yearbook will recall pleasant memories of our ha
and fruitful years at Fordham-but more-that it will convey the much more
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X A Fordham man possesses a sense of accomplishment and a feeling of pride upon-
receiving his degree. We feel that he has a right to these sentiments, forX he has com-' ' " .
Apleted one of the hurdles which he must overcome to find success. But being a mature
man, he realizes that all the credit is not his aloneL We all recall the forms of assistance
we received from professors, friends, relatives, and loved ones. But we have a particular
remembrance for those dearest and closest ones who.have done so much for us. lt is to
them, our parents, that we dedicate this 1957 edition of Aries. A '
To most of our parents, a college degree is a- goal which they have hoped for us to
attain since we were born. Unfortunately, even in this age of unequalled educational op-
portunities, few reach this goal. Those of us who have attained this end must certainly
recognize the ,vital part which our fathers and mothers have played in bringing about our
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were faced with problems and difficultiesw Aslehildren, because of their lovingicare, we
instinctively gave our parents love and respect. But as we grew older our affection for them
became deeper as we became aware Iofjtheir self-sacrifice on our behalf, their patience with
our shortcomings, their concern forbur welfare sary happiness.
While at Fordham, we have prepared ourselves .to assume theposition of responsible
men and women in the world. We are prepared to cope with the economic, social, and moral
problems of the day. Let us never forget, therefore, the essential part our parents played in
the shaping of our lives, and in the advantages we have enjoyed, Let us be worthyVof their
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Success is the objective of every Fordham graduate
success in his chosen vocation, success in the attainment of
happiness: and, most important, success in life as a follower
of Christ. No one can predict whether we will attain these
success objectives. And yet, in wisdom and knowledge, the
Fordham graduate is thoroughly equipped to set his sights on
these successes and to reach them as his goals.
The Fordham man has had the benefits of the finest
combination of circumstances available in the world of knowl-
edge from which to extract a double education. He has been
exposed to the time honored Jesuit tradition of studies. Under
the guiding principles of Ignatius of Loyola he has digested
the profound learning of Aristotle, Aquinas and Augustine.
He has felt the indwelling ofthe Holy Spirit which will enable
him to imitate the spirit and practical perseverance of Saint
Francis Xavier and Blessed Edmund Campion. He has come
to know these influences at a university richly endowed with
the attributes necessary for Christian education on the high-
ln addition to gaining this Christian development of the
whole man, the Fordham man has lived and worked in the
greatest city in the world. What does they graduate seek more
than the opportunity to apply his wisdom and knowledge?
Where in the world does a more diversified field of oppor-
tunity lie than in the City of New York? This city is the focal
int of the financial and banking world, the crossroads of
trade and commerce, the heartbeat of industry, and the melt-
ing -pot of the peoples of the world.
And what does Fordham offer to the city in return for
all these favors? She offers a graduate, fully equipped with
the training and knowledge necessary to maintain its greatness.
But even more important, Fordham gives to New York a man
with 'Christian traditions, truths, principles and ethics.
The Fordham graduate is well prepared to exert a strong
influence on New York City and the business world. He is
armed to defend his soul against the forces of evil. He is
thankful for the guidance onto the road that leads to Christ.
lt is his opportunity and responsibility to use his double edu-
cation, spiritual and professional, to help others find their way
while never wandering from the path himself. The Fordham
man has the opportunity to achieve success in his vocation,
and he has the duty to achieve success in life as a follower of
Christ. He appreciates all that New York has offered and he
knows through his principles that he is obliged to return the
many favors the great city has bestowed upon him.
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the Graduates of 1957
My hearty greetings and congratulations to you, members of the Class
of l957, on successfully completing your course in our School of Business.
By now you have found that accountancy, management and marketing are
factors not only in business but also in the serious undertaking of ordering
our lives according to the standards which human and Divine law have given
us. An occasional audit of our lives ishighly desirable. Commencement time
is the ideal inventory time: a most appropriate moment for taking stock of
our endeavors to determine how fruitful they have been.
Ordering our personal lives according to virtuous standards presents as
big a management task as any that occurs in industry or business. Through
the excellent example of your own lives you will bring into the world of the
marketplace the moral and spiritual principles taught at Fordham.
Charts and graphs are valuable guides in management. Your character
will be charted by your fellowmen according to the norms by which it is
molded. My fervent prayer will be that the character-graph of each one of
you will show a steadily rising curve not only in business acumen but also and
most especially in social responsibility-and spiritual perfection.
Devoted ly yours,
J. McGinley, S.J.
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ASSISTANT DEAN, CAMPUS DIVISIQN
I Dr. Louis MI. Spadaro
ASSISTANT DEAN, CITY HALL DIVISION
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Louis J. DeRose Raymond J. Diskin James J. Flynn
B.S., M.B.A., Cand. Ph.D. A.B., l.L.B. B.S., M.A., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Management Assistant Professor of Business Law Associate Professor of Social Science
Rev. James J. Higgins, S.J. Richard 56XfOI'1
A.B., M'A. A.B., M.A., Cand. Ph.D. A'
Assistant Professor of Religion Assisffmf Pfofessof of Engllsh 3
Silven A. Tesoriere
B.B.A., M.B.A., C.P.A.
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Joseph R. Sherlock
A.B., LL.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Philosophy 23
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Associate Professorvof' Economics '
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B.S., M.A., Cancl.:PhQD'.
Assistant Professor7of' Manage-merit
B.S,, M.A., Ph.D.
Instructor in Philosophy
Rev. Francis Bowen, SJ.
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
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Michael T. Casey
B.S., M,A., Cand. Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of
B-S., MA., ph.D. Economics and Finance
Lecturer in Sociology
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B.A., Ph.B., Ph.L.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
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Assistant Professor of Speech
Edward J. Cook
B.S., M.A., Cand. Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of
Economics and Finance
Robert T. Curran
Assistant Professor of
David J. Davies Bluebird in the fourth. Arthur C Ditzel Jr
Assistant Professor of Lecturer in Speech
Economics and Finance
Stephen D. Doyle
Lecturer in Sociology
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B.A., M.A., S.T.l..
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Patrick J. Flynn
Accounting Teaching Assistant
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Bernard B. Gilligan LLB'
BIA., MUA., PHD' Lecturer in Business Law
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Robert L. Koer
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M.A., LL.B. B.S.
Assistant Professor of Lecturer in Management
William J. Flynn
Lecturer in Economics
Rev. Reginald P. Madren,
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Rev. Philip P. McAvoy, S.J.
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Joseph F. Moriarty
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Rev. Vincent de P. O'Beirne, S.J.
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' William J. Murphy '
Instructor in History
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John E. Reddy
BA., MA., c.PA. BA., MA., Cana. Php.
Lecturer in Accounting Assistant Professor ot English
Joseph H. Riley
B.C.S., B.S., C.P.A.
Lecturer in Accounting
Edward W. Rooney
Assistant Professor of
Albert G. Romano
B.S., M.A., Cand. Ph.D,
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Philip M. Steinborn
Assistant Professor of Accounting
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Julius C. G. Seidl
I.E., M.A., PhD.
Rev. Lawrence A. Sheehan, S.J
B.A., Ph.L., S.T.L.
Instructor in Theology
Victor J. Tardino Rev. Eamon Taylor, S.J. Richard J. Ward
B.B.A., C.P.A. B.S,, M,A., S.T.L. B.S,, M.A., Cand. Ph.D.
Lecturer in Accounting Instructor in Theology Assistant Professor of Economics
James T. Bell
Class of '58
Donald F. Hopkins John A. Riccillo
Class of '57 Class of '57
Accounting Assistant Accounting Assistant
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Richard F. Romeo
Class of '57
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THOMAS J. ALBINO, B.S. HAROLD M. ARZANI, B.S.
Dean's List 33 Aries 3, 4, Management Club 3, 4, Sodality lp Class Treasurer 23 Loyola Business Club
Economics Club 3, Mission Dance Committee 2, 33 lg Mulry Council of Debate 2, Management Club 2,
Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4. 3, 4, Music Club lg Economics Club 2, Glee Club 2.
RAYMOND T. BARTKUS, B.S.
Dean's List l, 23 Finance Club 4, Veteran's Club 3,
4, United States Army 2 years.
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MARTIN J. BARRETT, B.S.
Class Vice President lg Aries 43 lnterclass Dinner
Committee 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Market-
ing Club 2, 3, 4g Propeller Club 3, 4, Co Chairman 4,
Marketing Fraternity 3, 4, President 4, lntramural
Basketball 1, 25 Freshman Orientation 4, Economics
Club 2, Veteran's Club 3, 4, President 4, Senior
Prom Committee 4, United States Air-Force 2 years.
JOHN J. BELLOTTI, B.S.
Dean's List l, 2, 3, Class Treasurer 4, Class Secretary
4, Mission Dance Committee 4, Blood Drive lg Econ-
omics Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Accounting So-
ciety i, 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH M. BENNETT, B.S.
Management Club 3, 43 Army R.O. T. C, l, 2, 3, 43
N.C.O. Club 23 Officer's Club 43 Rhode lsland Club
l, 2, 3, 43 Marketing Club 3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 43
Finance Club 43 Gaelic Society 43 Rifle Team l.
ROBERT K. BETHENCOURT, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, 33 Maroon Quill l, 2, 3, 4, Associate
Editor 43 Aries 2, 3, 43 Student Directory 33 Man-
agement Club 2, 33 Republican Club l, 2, 3, 43
Secretary 43 Marketing Club 33 Finance Club 43 Bal-
ance Sheet 43 Senior Prom Committee 43 lntramurals:
Tennis l, 2, 3, 4.
DANIEL B. BIANCA, B.S.
Class Officer: Vice President 43 Student Directory
33 A. F. R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4, Arnold Air Society 3,
43 Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 lntramurals: Softball
l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4.
LEONARD E. BIELSKI, B.S.
Aries 43 Democratic Club 3, 43 Management Club
2, 3, 43 Army R.O.T. C. l, 2, 3, 43 Mission Dance
Committee 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Blood
Drive 3, 43 Varsity Basketball Manager l, 2, 3, 43
Passion Play 2, 3, 43 New York State Club l, 2, 3, 43
Marketing Club 3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 43 Intramurals:
Basketball l, 2, Football l, 23 Finance Club 43 Senior
Prom Committee 43 Football Weekend Committee
2g Boarder Council 33 1957 Activities Committee l,
2. 33 Rambler 33 Lenten Mission Drive 23 Booster
Club 43 Block "F" Club 43 N.C.O. Club 33 Cadet
Officers' Club 4, John Berchman Society 4..
Tom's heard this one.
ROBERT F. BISHOP, B.S.
Management Club 2, 3, 43 Blood Donor 2, 33 Com-
munion Breakfast Committee 3, 4, Junior Prom
Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 4.
DANIEL J. BONNER, B.S.
Dean's List lg United States Navy, 4 years.
ALEX C. BOOKALAM, B.S.
Economics Club 3, 4, President 43 Accounting So-
ciety 2g Mission Dance Committee 3, 4, Senior Prom
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DONALD J. BOYLE, B.S.
Maron Quill 2, 3, 4, News Editor 4, Aries 1, 2, 4,
Management Club 2, 3, 4, Class Representative 4,
A. R. O. T. C, l, 2, 3, 4, Officers Club 3, 4, Mission
Dance Committee 4, Balance Sheet 33 Senior Prom
Committee 41 Gaelic Society 2, 35 Intramurals: Soft-
ball l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, Football l, 2.
GEORGE J. BRADY, B.S.
Class Vice President 23 Class Secretary 'l3 Mulry
Council of Debate 43 Management Club 2, 3, 43
Freshman Orientation 43 Veteran's Club 3, 43 Amer-
ican Management Association 3, 43 United States
Army, 3 years. V
ANTHONY R. BRUNE, B.S.
Class President lg A. F. R.O.T. C. l, 23 Junior Prom
E0H1rr1Itte2e gl Blood Drive l3 Intramurals: Basket-
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JOHN P. BRENNAN, B.S. GEORGE B. BROSAN, B.S.
Management General Business
Maroon Quill 43 Management Club 2, 3, 43 Junior A.R.O, T. C. l, 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33
Prom Committee 33 Block "F" Club 3, 43 Varsity Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 33 lntra-
Sports: Soccer 3, 43 Intramurals: Football 2, 3, murals: Football l, 2, 3, Basketball l.
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, 4,
ROSALIE E. BRUNO, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, 3, 43 Dean's List 33 Class Secretary 3,
43 Student Council 33 Maroon Quill 33 Aries 3, 4,
Assistant Art Editor 43 Management Club 2, 3, 43
lnterclass Dinner Committee 3, 43 Mission Dance
Committee 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 American
Management Association 3, 43 Annual Communion
Breakfast Committee 33 Intramural Bowling 2, 43
Freshman Orientation 43 Economics Club 2, 3, Sec-
retary 2, 3.
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PAUL G. BUGONI, B.S.
Economics and Finance
Senior Prom Committee 45 Junior Prom Committee 3
Blood Drive 2, 3, 4, Military Ball Committee 4
A, F. R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Rifle Team 2, 3, 4
Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Finance Club 3, 4, intra-
murals: Football l, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3 4
Basketball 2, 3, 4.
JAMES B. BUCKLAND, B.S. EDWARD A. BUGNIAZET, JR., B.S
Marketing Club 2, 3, Propeller Club 2, 35 R.O.T.C. Junior Prom Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee 4
1, 2. Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 4, Market
RAYMOND J. BURKHARDT, B.S.
Management Club 3, 4, A.R.O.T. C. l, 2, 3, 4
Officer's Club 4, Communion Breakfast 4, Intramurals?
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l
2, 3, 4.
ing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller 2, 3, 4, Vice
Varsity Sports: l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball
l, 3, 4, Block "F" Club 2, 3, 4.
JOHN J. BYRNE, B.S.
Intramurals: Basketball l, 25 U. S. Ar
my, 2 years
VINCENT M. CAFARCHIO, B.S.
Loyola Business Club 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee 35
Intercollegiate Bowling 35 lntramurals5 Bowling 2,
3, 45 Basketball 35 Accounting Society 3, 4.
FRANCIS R. CALLAGHAN, B.S.
Loyola Business Club 35 Philosophy Club 35 Manage-
ment Club 2, 3, 45 American Management Associ-
ation 2, 3, 45 Blood Drive 2, 35 lntramurals: Bowling
l, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Veterans' Club 3, 45 U. S.
Navy, 2 years.
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JOHN J. CAMERON, B.S.
Aries 45 Student Directory 35 Mission Dance Com-
mittee 3, 45 lnterclass Dinner Committee 3, 45'Com-
munion Breakfast Committee 35 Accounting Society
2, 3, 4, Balance Sheet 3, 45 Senior Prom Committee
45 Intramurals: Softball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, 3, 4.
Post no bills ! ! !
JAMES L. CANNY, B.S.
Economics and Finance
Student Directory 35 A. F. R.O.T. C. l, 25 lnterclass
Dinner Committee 35 Mission Dance Committee 45
Junior Prom Committee 35 Blood Drive i, 2, 3, 45
Economics Club 3, 4, Secretary 45 Finance Club 3, 45
Senior Prom Committee 45 Intramurals: Football l,
2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Softball l, 2, 3, 4.
VIRGINIA L. CARNEY, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, 3, 45 Class Treasurer lg Loyola Busi-
ness Club 2, 3, 45 Philosophy Club 45 Maroon Quill
4' Aries 4 Booster Mana er 4' Mana ement Club
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2, 45 lnterclass Dinner Committee 35 Mission Dance
Committee 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 American
VINCENT J. CANTELMO, B.S.
Dean's List 15 Dramatics 35 Propeller Club 45 Literary
Club 45 Accounting Society 2, 3, 4.
A Ham in every crowd.
Management Society 3, 45 Intramurals: Bowling l,
MICHAEL E. CASHMAN, B.S.
Class Officer 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 45 Who's Who
45 Student Council 3, 45 Ring Committee 25 Univer-
sity Council 4, Delegate 45 Marketing Club 2, 3, 4,
President 45 Propeller Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity Sports:
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Frosh Basketball l5 Block "F" Club
2, 3, 45 '57 Activities Committee l, 2, 3, Vice Presi-
dent 25 Who's Who Selection Committee 3, 45 Alpha
Beta Kappa Selection Committee 3, 45 Junior Prom
Committee 35 Aries 3, 4, Sales Chairman Senior Year
45 Student Directory Committee 35 Mission Dance
Committee 3, 4, Chairman Ticket Committee 45 ln-
terclass Dinner Committee 35 Communion Breakfast
Committee 3, 45 Passion Play 35 Platoon Leaders
Corps l, 2, 3, 45 Semper Fidelis Club l, 2, 3, 4,
President 'I, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals: Softball I, 2,
MICHAEL J. CASSIDY, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, 35 A. R. O. T. C. 1, 2: JUVUOV Pf0f'f1
Committee 35 Annual Communion Breakfast 35 Sen-
ior Prom Committee 45 Intramurals: Football I, 2,
3, Basketball l, 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4.
EDMUND J. CHAPPA, B.S.
Class Officer: President l, Vice President 2, 33 Var-
sity Sports: Football l, 2, Golf 3, 43 Finance Club
3, 43 Connecticut State Club 3, 43 1957 Activities
Committee 13 Boarder League lntramurals: Football
3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN L. COLLINS, B.S.
Sodality 43 Maroon Quill 43 R. O. T. C. 1, 2, Mission
Dance Committee 4.
DENNIS I. CHIN, B.S. EUGENE F. CLINTON, B.S.
Blood Drive 43 Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller
Club 3, 41 Alpha Delta Sigma 4, Fordham Chinese
Student Club l, 2, 3, 43 International Club lg Amer-
ican Marketing Association 2, 3, 4.
Aries 4, 5.
THOMAS J. COLLINS, B.S.
Sodality lg Dramatics 2, 33 R-0-T-C l. 2. 3, 45
Officers Club 4, Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller
Club 3, 43 Marketing Fraternity 43 Intramurals: Bowl-
ing lg Basketball l, 2.
J. MARTIN COMEY, B.S.
Class President lg lntramurals: Football l, 2, Basket-
ball l, 23 Accounting Society 2, 3, 4: Accounting
Society Dinner-Dance Committee 21 '57 Activities
Committee l, 2, Passion Play 2, Business Staff 2.
JAMES P. CONNOLLY, B.S.
Management Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee
35 Intramurals: Bowling 3, 45 Veterans' Club 3, 43
American Management Association 3, 4, U.S. Navy,
T. JOSEPH CONNOR, JR., B.S.
Aries 45 Management Club 2, 35 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 35 American Marketing Association 3, Market-
ing Club 2, 3g Intramurals: Basketball l, 2, Softball
l, 2, 3, 4, Finance Club 4, Senior Prom Committee 4.
GEORGE CONNOLLY, JR., B.S.
Loyola Business Club lg Aries 43 Marketing Club 2
3, 45 Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 4
Treasurer 43 Veterans' Club 3, 4, Senior Prom Com-
mittee 4g U.S. Navy, 5 years.
RALPH G. CONTI, JR., B.S.
Maroon Quill 2, 33 Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Bal-
ance Sheet 3, 43 Senior Week Committee 4, Inter-
class Dinner Committee 3.
EDWARD P. CORCORAN, B.S.
Dean's List l, 2, 3, 43 Class President l, 23 Class
Vice President 3, 43 Student Council l, 2, Treasurer
25 Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 Marketing
Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Propeller Club 3, 4, Co-
Chairman 4: Alpha Delta Sigma 4, Intramurals: Bas-
ketball Zg Freshman Orientation 43 Veterans' Club
3, 4, Vice President 3, Treasurer 4: Senior Prom
Committee '43 Marketing Day Committee 43 U.S.
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Marine Corps, 3 years.
JAMES V. CORCORAN, B.S.
AVVHY O-T.C. lu, 2, 3,'4g lntramurals: Football l,
2, 3, -4? Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 Senior Prom
THOMAS P. COSTELLO, B.S.
Class President lg Intramurals: Basketball 2, 3, Ac-
counting Society 2, 3, 43 Vets' Club 3, 43 Senior
Prom Committee 45 United States Coast Guard, 2
ARTHUR J. COSTIGAN, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, O'Mailia Business Club 2, 3, 4
JAMES R. CRAIG, B.S.
Dean's List lg lnterclass Dinner Committee 4, Prop-
eller Club 4g lntramurals: Basketball, lg Accounting
Society 2, 3, 4, Veterans' Club 3, 43 Senior Prom
Committee 43 United States Marine Corps, 3 years.
JOHN CREMIN, B.S.
Management Club 3, Marketing Club 3: Finance Club
43 Christmas Dance Committee 43 Senior Prom Com-
mittee 4p Mission Dance Committee 4.
NICHOLAS CRISPI, JR., B.S.
Class Officer: Treasurer 2, Vice President 3: Student
Directory 33 A. F. R.O.T. C. l, 2: Mission Dance
Committee 43 Varsity Sports: Soccer l, 2, 3, 4, Cap-
tain 3, 4g Intramurals: Football 1, 2, 3: Economics
Club 3, Finance Club 3, 4, Block "F" Club 2, 3, 4,
Boarder Council 3, 4.
JOHN A. CROWLEY, B.S.
D?-?m'S UST l, 2, 3, 4: Gold Medal Winner lg Class
Vice President 2, 3, 4, 53 Philosophy Club 55 United
States Marine Corps., 2 years.
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ROBERT J. CUMMINS, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Dean's List l, 2, 3:
Class Officer 2, Treasurer 25 Aries 4, Passion Play 2:
Mission Dance Committee 43 Junior Prom Committee
2, 3, New York State Club 3, Sophomore Activities
Committee 2, Soccer 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, 3, 43 Fresh-
man Orientation 23 Accounting Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pres-
ident 4: Balance Sheet 2, 3, 4, Literary Editor 3:
Block "F" Club 2, 3, 4.
C. PETER CUNNINGHAM, B.S. FRANCIS J. D'ANDREA, B.S. FRANCIS E. D'ARCY, B.S.
Management Accounting Marketing
Sodality 2: Class President 4: Class Vice President l: Class Officer 1, 2, Pfesidenf 1, Secretary 2, 1957 - sodaliiy 31 Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 3
Student Council 42 MBUBQGYTYGHT Club 2, 3. 42 Blood Activities Committee I, 2. Secretary lg Army R.O.T.C. 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4.
Drive 21 Intramurals: Bowling 2: Basketball 2, 3. 4: 1, 2, Accounting sociefy 2, 3, 4, Balance sheer 3, 4,
United States Army, 2 years. Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2.
CHARLES E. DAVIS, B.S.
L0y0Ia Business Club 2, 3, 45 Accounting Society 2
31 43 U. S. Air Force, 3 years.
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Management Club 3, 45 Interclass Dinner Committee
45 Veterans' Club 3, 45 U. S. Marine Corps 3 years.
RICHARD A. DERBY, B.S.
Mafkeflflg Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 3, 45 Alpha
DeIta'Sigma 45 Pi Sigma Phi 45 American Marketing
Association 2. 3, 45 Veterans' Club 45 AFROTC l,
25 Pershing Rifles l, 25 U. S. Army 2 years,
OUIDE E. de ST. AUBIN, B.S.
Economics Club 3, 45 Finance Club 45 Senior Week
Committee 45 U. S. Navy, 2 years.
RICHARD F. DECKER, B.S.
Sodality i, 25 Class Officer 2, Secretary 25 Passion
Play 2, 35 Management Club 2, 3, 45 R.O.T.C. l5
Mission Dance Committee 3, 45 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 2, 35 Senior Prom Committee 45 Freshman
Orientation 25 Economics Club 35 Communion Break-
fast Committee 3, 45 Democratic Club i, 2, 3, 4,
President 45 College Council For UN l, 2, 3, 4,
Chairman 35 Political Union 3, 45 N.Y.S. Club 3, 45
C.C.U.N. 2, 3, 4, Vice Chairman 45' National Social
Wegare Assembly 3, 45 Football Weekend Committee
JAMES A. DIRR, B.S.
Junior Prom Committee 35 Senior Week Committee
45 Finance Club 3, 45 Senior Prom Committee 45
Intramurals: Football l, 2, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN F. DOCKERY, B.S.
Loyola Business Club l, 25 Finance Club 45 Intra-
murals: Bowling l, 25 Veterans' Club 3, 45 Senior
Prom Committee 45 U. S. Army 3 years.
ROBERT F. DONAHUE, B.S.
Class Officer 2, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 45 Mission
Dance Committee 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee 3,
Arrangements Chairman 35 Student Directory 35 Var-
sity Sports: Football l, 2, Block "F" Club 25 Market-
ing Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Propeller Club
l, 2, 3, 45 American Marketing Association 3, 45
Chairman Father and Son Day Committee 45 Platoon
Leaders Corps l, 2, 3, 45 Semper Fidelis Society l,
2, 3, 45 Intramurals: Football 3, 4, Basketball l, 2,
3, 45 Boarder lntramurals: Softball l, 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Aries 3, 4, Subscription
A. .ROBERT DONOHUE, JR., B.S.
Class President 25 Student Council 2, Treasurer 25
Aries 45 Blood Drive 45 Ring Committee 25 Marketing
Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 3, 45 Alpha Delta Sigma
45 Pi Sigma Phi 45 Veterans' Club 3, 4, Secretary 3,
45 American Marketing Association 2, 3, 45 Passion
Play 25 News-O-Gram 45 Editor 45 Rampages 45
U. S. Navy 2 years.
JOSEPH C. DONOHUE, B.S.
lnterclass Dinner Committee 45 Marketing Club 2, 3
45 Propeller Club 3, 45 Alpha Delta Sigma 45 Vete
rans' Club 3, 45 U. S. Marine Corps, 2 years.
JOHN V. DONNELLY, B.S.
A.F.R.O.T.C. l, 25 Democratic Club 3, 43 Dramatics
4, Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Balance Sheet 2, 33
Varsity Sports: Rifle Team l, 2, Intramurals: Soft-
ball l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2,
3, 4, Senior Week Committee 4.
FRANK B. DORI, B.S.
Sodality l g
lnterclass Dinner Committee 3
Breakfast, Committee 2.
I wish I was in the R.O.T.C.
CHARLES P. DOUGHERTY, B.S.
Class Officer l, Secretary lg Ring Committee 3,
Marketing Club 2, 3, Propeller Club l, 2, 3, 45
Finance Club 43 Sailing Association l, 2, Manage-
ment Club 2, 3, Freshman Reception 21 Passion
Play 2, 3, Halcyon 3, 4, Business Manager 3, 43
Junior Prom Committee 33 Delegate to Propeller
JAMES J. DOWDALL, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, Class Treasurer lg Class Secretary 2,
Loyola Business Club l, 2, Democratic Club 23
R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, N.C.O. Club 2, 3, Officers Club
43 Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 3, 4, ln-
tramurals: Basketball 2, 35 Maroon Key l, 2, Foot-
ball Weekend Committee 2.
THOMAS W DOWLING BS DAVID B DROHAN BS DONALD A DUFFY B.S.
Dramatlcs 3 Literary Club 3 4 Glee Club 'I Deans Lust 1 4 United States Marine Corps 3 years Junior Prom Committee 3 A F R O T. C. 1, 2 3
4 Accountmg Society 2 3 4 Senior Week Commit
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ANN H. EGAN, B.S. GERARD F. EGAN, B.S.
Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 3, 43 Dean's
List 2, 33 Who's Who 3, 43 Alpha Beta Kappa Honor
Society 43 Class Vice President 33 Student Council
3, 43 Loyola Business Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President
3, 43 Mulry Council of Debate lj Maroon Quill l, 2,
3, 4, Circulation Manager 3, Literary Editor 43 Aries
2, 3, 4, Advertising Manager 3, Business Manager
43 Dramatics 2, 3, Ticket Committee 2, 33 Manage-
ment Club 2, 3, 4, Dance Chairman 23 lnterclass
Dinner Committee 2, 33 Mission Dance Committee l,
2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Blood Drive 2,
33 Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 2, 3,
Co-CChairman 33 Alpha Beta Kappa Committee 33 ln-
tramurals: Bowling l, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Orientation 4.
Economics and Finance
Sodality l, 23 Class Vice President l3 Class Secretary
33 United States Army, 2 years.
ALBERT J. EKLUND, B.S.
Philosophy Club 43 Management Club 3, 4, President
43 Mulry Council of Debate l, 43 Maroon Quill 43
Economics Club 3, 4, Vice President 43 A. F. R. O. T. C.
l, 23 Intramurals: Basketball 3.
KEVIN J- ERATH, B.S. MICHAEL o. ERRITY, B.S.
M3"'a9emeI1f General Business
0555 Treasurer 4, 53 0'Mailia Business Club 3 4
5: Management Club 4. 1 - Management Club 2,A 33 A. R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 43
N.C.O. 43 Gaelic Society 23 Marketing Club 2, 33
Finance Club 43 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4.
GERALD V. ESPOSITO, B.S.
Economics and Finance ,
lnterclass Dinner Committee 33 Mission Dance Com
mittee 33 Junior Prom Committee 3: Blood Drive 3
Finance Club 3, 43 Economics Club 3, 4, Vice Presi
dent 45 Senior Prom Committee 43 Intramurals: Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2.
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ROBERT B. EUSTACE, B.S. JOSEPH H. FARRELL, B.S.
Finance Club 3, 45 United States Army 2 years. Sodality lg United States Army, 3 years.
JOHN J. FARRELLY, B.S.
Economics and Finance
Dean's-List 33 A. F. R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cadet LtfCol
4, Officers Club 4, Wing Staff 43 Blood Drive 3
Intramurals: Football 1, 2: Economics Club 3, 4.
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JOHN B. FARRINGTON, B.S.
Management Club 2, 3, 43 American Management
Association 33 Veterans' Club 3, 43 United States
Marine Corps, 3 years.
DONALD F. FINNING, B.S.
Management Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 43 ln-
tramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2
43 Economics Club 3.
ELIA A. FIATA, B.S.
Class Officer: Vice President 43 A. F. R. O. T. C. 'l,
2g Varsity Sports: Basketball li United States Army
2 YQEFSQ Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 Intramurals:
Football 3, Basketball 3, 4.
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Sodality l, 23 Junior Prom Committee 33 A. R. O. T. C.
l, 2, 3, 4, Officers Club 4,3 Law Club 33 Accounting
Society 2, 3, 4, Balance Sheet 2, 3, Debits and
Credits 23 Italian Club 33 Intramurals: Football l, 2,
Basketball 3, Softball I, 2.
STANLEY G. FITZGERALD, B.S.
Maroon Quill 43 P. L. C. 2, 3, 43 Mission Dance Com-
mittee 43 Semper Fidelis Society 3, 43 Varsity SDOIQTSI
Cross-Country l, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Accounting
Society 2, 3, 43 Block "F" Club 2, 3, 43 Intramurals:
Softball 2, 3.
CHARLES W. FLYNN, B.S.
Sodality lg Loyola Business Club 21 Mulry Council
of Debate 4: Blood Drive 23 Marketing Club 2, 3,
4g Propeller Club 2, 3, 45 Intramurals: Basketball 2,
35 Maroon Key 2, 3, 45 Economics Club 23 Football
Weekend Committee 2.
THOMAS E. FREEBURN, B.S.
Sodality 'lg Philosophy Club 55 Balance Sheet 53 ln-
tramurals: Bowling lg Basketball lg Senior Prom
KEVIN D. FOY, B.S. . WILLIAM J. FRALEIGH, JR., B.S.
Marketing Economics and Finance
United States Army. 2 years- Class Officer: President lg A.F.R.o.T.C. 1, 2
Blood Drive l, 45 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 4
Economics Club 3, 45 Finance Club 3, 4.
What was that Judge Collins?
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JOSEPH M. GADALETA, B.S.
Loyola Business Club l, 2, 3, Dance Committee 23
Dramatics 2, 3, 43 R. O. T. C. l, 2g Pershing Rifles
23 N.C.O. Club 23 Intramurals: Bowling l, 2, 3, 43
Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 4,
JAMES J. GALLAGHER, B.S.
Dean's List 33 Who's Who 43 Alpha Beta Kappa
Honor Society 43 Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society
43 Class Officer: Secretary 33 Maroon Quill 1, 2, 3,
4, Reporter i, Circulation Manager 2, Managing
Editor 3, Editor In Chief 43 Aries 3, 43 Freshman
Orientation 43 Economics Club 3, 43 Accounting So-
JOHN J. GALLEGO, B.S.
Management Club 2, 3, 43 Blood Drive l, 2, 43 Senior
Prom Committee 43 United States Army 2 years3
Veterans Club 3, 43 Football Weekend Committee
l, 23 Intramurals: Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4.
JOSEPH W. GARG-ER, B.S.
Sodality 3, 43 Dean's List i3 Who's Who 43 Alpha
Beta Kappa Honor Society 43 Student Council 43
Loyola Business Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Ford-
ham Forum 13 Maroon Quill 3, 4, Business Manager
43 Aries 3, 4, Financial Manager 43 Management 13
lnterclass Dinner Committee 33 Mission Dance Com-
mittee 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Blood Drive
33 Student Council Dance Committee 4, Co Chairman
43 Intramurals: Bowling 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Presi-
dent 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Accounting Society 1,
2, 3, 4.
ciety 2, 3, 4, Representative 2, Vice President 33
Balance Sheet 2, 3, 4, Editor ln Chief 3, Advisor 4,
JOHN A. GARRITY, B.S.
Class Officer3 l, 23 Treasurer l, 23 Marketing Club
3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 43 Varsity Sports: Football l,
23 Intramurals: Football 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 43
United States Army 2 Years.
CHARLES P. GASS, B.S.
Veterans' Club 3, 4, Finance Club 3, 4, United States
Army 3 years.
Too bad the socks won't show.
JOHN J. GAVIN, B.S.
Class Officer 3, Treasurer 31 Economics Club 3, 43
Finance Club 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 35 Senior
Prom Committee 4.
MICHAEL W. GIALANELLA, B.S.
Dean's List 2, 33 Gold Medal Winner 23 Philosophy
Club 4, Aries 2, 3, 41 Accounting Society 1, 2, 3, 4.
THOMAS P. GORMAN, B.S.
Economics and Finance
Student Council 2, Student Directory 3, Managing
Editor 33 Army R.O.T. C. l, 2, 3, 43 Interclass Din-
ner Committee 3g Junior Prom Committee 3, Blood
Drive 2, 43 1957 Activities Committee l, 2, 33 Econ-
omics Club 2, 3, 4, Finance Club 3, 4, Senior Prom
Committee 4, Intramurals: Football 'l, 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4, Sottball 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM R. GRIMES,
Marketing Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 3, 43 WFUV-
FM 2, A. R.0.T.C I, 2, 3, 4, Officers Club 41
Military Ball Committee 43 Intramurals: Football I,
2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4.
RAYMOND P. GRIFFIN, B.S.
Accounting Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee 33
Senior Prom Committee 4, Varsity Sports: Swimming
Team 33 Intramurals: Softball 2, 3, 4, Swimming I,
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DONALD J. HAIG, B.S.
Dean's List 35 A. F. R. O. T. C. Ig Senior Prom Com-
mittee 4g Senior Week Committee 4, Maroon Quill 3,
4, Boarder Council 33 Varsity Sports, Baseball I, 2,
3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 35 Block "F" Club 2, 3, 45
Football Weekend Committee Ig Intramurals: Foot-
ball 4, Basketball 4, Softball 3, 4.
So where's the beer?
JOHN J. HANLON, B.S.
Sodality I, 23 Class President I: Class Vice President
2: Management Club 2, 33 Marketing Club 2, 35
Varsity Sports: Football 23 Intramurals, Football 2,
3, Basketball I, 2, 3, Block "F" Club 2, 3.
FRANCES M. HANNAFIN, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Spiritual Committee
3, Vice Prefect 43 Dean's List 'l, 2, 3, 43 Gold Medal
Winner 'l, 2, 33 Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 43
Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society 43 Class President
l, 3, 43 Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43
Mulry Council of Debate l, 2, 3, 4, Corr. Sec'y 3,
Vice President 43 Maroon Quill 3, 43 Aries 3, 4, Ass't.
Literary Editor 43 lnterclass Dinner Committee 3, 43
Mission Dance Committee 3, 43 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 33 Alpha Beta Kappa Committee 33 Freshman
Orientation 43 Economics Club 2, 33 Accounting So-
ciety 2, 43 Forensic Medal 33 Who's Who 4
EDWARD J. HEALEY, B.S.
Sodality l, 23 Loyola Business Club 2, 3, 43 Manage-
ment Club 2, 3, 43 R.O.T.C. l, 23 Intramurals:
Bowling 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Maroon Key 2.
3, 43 Senior Prom Committee 43 Football Weekend
FRANCIS A. HART, B.S.
Sodality l, 23 O'Mailia Business Club lj Accounting
Society 23 United States Army, 2 years.
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LEO M. HENDERSON, B.S.
Sanctuary Society 43 Maroon Quill 4: A1465 43 DSITYU-
cratic Club 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Mission
Dance Committee 43 Blood Drive 23 Intramurals:
Football l, 2, Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 43 Balance
Sheet 2, 33 Senior Prom Committee 43 Boarder Coun-
cil 43 Rambler 2, 33 New York State Club l, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT J. HATALA, B.S.
Sodality l, 23 Maroon Quill 4, Publications Dinner
Chairman 43 Management Club 2, 43 R.O.T. C. l, 2,
3, 43 Officers Club 43 Mission Dance Committee l,
2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 3, Program Chairman
33 Pershing Rifles l, 2, 33 Fordham University Band
l, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals: Bowling 43 Basketball l, 23
Maroon Key l, 23 Senior Prom Committee 43 Football
Weekend Committee l, 2.
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Class Officer I, 3, Vice President I, President 3:
Who's Who 4: Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 4:
Student CUUVICII I, 3, 4, Vice President 4: Industrial
Relations Council I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4: Aries 3, 4,
Financial Manager 4: Student Directory 3: Manage-
ment Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4: A.R.O.T.C. I, 2,
3, 4: Officers'.Club 4, Distinguished Military Student
4: lnterclass Dinner Committee 3: Junior Prom Com-
mittee 3, Sales Chairman 3: Blood Drive 3, 4, Campus
Chairman 3: Freshmen Reception 2: Communion
Breakfast Committee 3, 4: Varsity Sports: Track I,
2, 3, 4- Block "F" Club 2: Intramural Sports: Football
I, 2, fl, Swimming 3, 4, Basketball I: Mission Dance
Committee 3, 4: Senior Prom Committee 4.
GERALD J. HENNESSY, B.S.
Class Officer 3, Vice President 3: Aries 3, 4: Student
Directory 3, Co Editor 3: Junior Prom Committee 3:
lnterclass Dinner Committee 3, 4, Publicity 3: Blood
Drive 3: Marketing Club 2, 3, 4: Propeller Club 2, 3,
4: Alpha Delta Sigma Fraternity 4: Student Marketing
Association 3, 4: Intramurals: Swimming 4.
THOMAS F. HOWLEY, B.S.
Sftagketfng Club 2, 3, 4: Intramurals: Basketball I,
DONALD F. HOPKINS, B.S.
Sodality 2: Class Officer: Vice President I, 3, Class
Secretary 2: A.F.R.O.T.C. I: Intramurals: Football I,
2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3: Accounting Society I, 2,
3, 4: Balance Sheet 3.
AILEEN HUGHES, B.S.
Sodality I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary I, Corresponding Secre-
tary 4: Class President I: Class Secretary 3: Student
Council 3: O'MaiIia Business Club I: Maroon Quill
I, 2, 3, 4, Director Quill Briefs 4: Aries 2, 3, 4,
Financial Secretary 4: Shealy 'Debating Society I:
Student Directory 2: Dramatics I, 2, 3: lnterclass
Dinner Committee 2, 3, 4: Mission Dance Committee
2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Committee 3, Sweetheart Chair-
man 3: Blood Drive I: Annual Communion Breakfast
Committee 2, 3: Alpha Beta Kappa Committee 3:
Marketing Club 2, 3, 4: Propeller Club 2, 3, 4:
Marketing Sorority 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice Presi-
dent 4: Intramurals: Bowling 4: Maroon Key I, 2,
3, 4: Senior Prom Committee 4: Football Weekend
Committee 2: American Marketing Association 2, 3,
4: Who's Who 4: Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 4.
PATRICK E. HUGHES, B.S.
United States Army 2 yearsg Accounting Society 33
Veteran's Club 3.
JOHN K. HUSSEY, B.S.
Dean's List 3, 4g O'MaiIia Business Club 3.
You've had it, boy!
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RONALD E. JASON, B.S.
Interclass Dinner Committee 49 Marketing Club 3, 43
Propeller Club 43 Veterans' Club 3, 45 Senior Prom
Committee 43 United States Marine Corps, 2 years.
MICHAEL J JONES BS
Sodallty l Junior Prom Committee 3
LAWRENCE E. JORDAN, B.S. THOMAS F. KEANE, B.S. GEORGE E. KELAPIRE, BS
Economics and Finance Accounting Accounting
A.R.O.T,C. I, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 41 Junior Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4: Philosophy Club 5, Secretary Dean's List I: United States Army, I year
Prom Committee 3: Varsity Sports: Basketball 4: 53 United States Army, 2 years.
Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I
33 Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Finance Club 2, 3.
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WILLIAM F. KELLEHER, B.S.
Economics and Finance
lnterclass Dinner Committee 3: Mission 'Dance Com-
mittee 3, 4: Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Finance Club
2, 3, Christmas Dance Committee 4: Senior Prom
Committee 43 Archbishop Hughes Gaelic Society 2,
3: Intramurals: Softball I, 2, 3, 4, Football I 2
3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. ' '
EDWARD KELLY, B.5
Sodality lg O'Mailia Business Club 4.
JAMES E. KELLY, B.S. JOHN P. KELLY, B.S. -JOHN W. KELLY, B.S.
United States Army 2 years: Junior Prom Commit-
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EDGAR C. KENNA, B.S.
Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Finance Club 2, 3, 4,
Gaelic Club l, 2, 3: New York State Club 1, 2, 3, 43
Varsity Sports: Fencing l, 2, 3, 4, Co Captain 4:
Intramurals: Football i, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Block "F" Club 3, 4.
Aries 3, 4: Archbishop Hughes Gaelic Society l, 2:
'57 Activities Committee l, 2: Management Club
2, 3: A.R.O.T.C. l, 2: Junior Prom Committee 31
lnterclass Dinner Committee 3: Senior Prom Com-
mittee 4: Christmas Dance Committee 4: Marketing
Clulg 24 3, 4, Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, Softball
Class Officer: Secretary 4: Aries 3, 4, Literary Editor
4: Student Directory 3, A. R.O.T. C. l, 2, 3, 4,
N.C.O. Club 3, Cadet Officers' Club 4, Interclass
Dinner Committee 4: Mission Dance Committee 3,
4, Financial Chairman 4: Junior Prom Committee 3:
Blood Drive l, 2, 3, 4: i957 Activities Committee
l, 2: Passion Play Committee 4: Communion Break-
fast Committee 4: Sanctuary Society 3, 43 Accounting
Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Debits and Credits Editor 2: Bal-
ance Sheet 3, 4, Feature Editor 33 Senior Prom Com-
mittee 4g Football Weekend Committee lg Senior
Week Committee 4: Boarder Council 2, 4: The Ramb-
ler 2, 3: Mission Drive 23 Booster Club 4, Connecti-
cut Club l, 2, 3, 4, Ram's Head Activities Award 2,
4, Intramurals: Softball l, 2.
So you are a Tammany man,-i
EDWARD A. KILKELLY, B.S.
Sodality 2, 3, 4, Vice Prefect 43 Dean's List 3, Class
Officer l, 3, President I, 3: Student Council 3: ln-
dustrial Relations Council 2, 3, Maroon Quill 3, 4,
Sports Editor 4, Varsity Sports: Track 2, 3, 4, Cross
Country 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Block "F" Club l, 2, 3, 45
A.R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Mission Dance Committee
2, 3, 4, Campus Chairman 4: Intramurals: Football
l, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4.
WILLIAM B. KENNEDY, B.S.
Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, lntramurals: Basketball l,
Remember to get the name, number and section.
JAMES KNIERIEM, B.S.
Loyola Business Club l, 2: Intramurals: Bowling 2
WARREN R. KOCH, B.S.
Dean's List l, 2, 3, Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 4:
Balance Sheet 3.
3: Basketball l, 2: Senior Prom Committee 43 Man-
agement Club 2, 3, 4g American Management Asso-
iation 3, 4.
JosEPH J. KURTZKE, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, 4, 5, Vice Prefect 51 Dean's List 'l,
3, Gold Medal Winner lg Class Secretary 2, 3, 4, 5,
Philosophy Club 5, Maroon Quill 5, Aries 5, United
States Air Force, 2 years.
JOSEPH R. LA ROCCO. B.S.
Loyola Business Club lg Maroon Quill 45 Aries 41
Intercollegiate Bowling 2, 3, 4, Captain 41 Intra-
murals: Bowling l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 3.
CHARLES D. LA BELLE, B.S.
Dean's List l, 25 A. F. R.O T. C. l, 23 Accounting
Society 2, 3, 43 United States Army 2 years, Intra-
murals: Softball l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2.
JAMES D. LAWLER, B.S.
Dean's List l, 43 Philosophy Club 5.
JOSEPH L. LA MOTHE, B.S.
lnterclass Dinner Committee 3, 43 Marketing Club
2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Football
I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4.
CARL J. LEWANDOWSKI, B.S.
Class Treasurer 4, Loyola Business Club 45 A. F.R.O.
T. C. l, 25 Intramurals: l, 2, Glee Club 3, 4.
So I sez-"Look, Buster , , ."
GARY J. LOCKE, B.S.
R.O.T C. 1, 23 lnterclass Dinner Committee 3, 4
Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 33 Marketl
ing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 43 Intramurals:
Bowling l, 2, 3, 4.
,THOMAS J. LOKAY, B.S.
Sodality ig Class President 4, 53 Student Council
4, 53 O'MaiIia Business Club 4, 5, Vice President
43 President 53 Maroon Quill 43 Aries 53 Alpha Beta
Kappa Committee 4.
DONALD T MacDOUGALL BS
Sodality 1 3 4 Class Secretary 4 5 R O T
Blood Drive I Intramurals Football l Senior Prom
JOSEPH P. MACCHIA, B.S.
Class Officer l, Secretary lg Management Club 3, 4:
A. R.O.T, C. I, 2, 3, 4, Officers Club 4, Italian Club
I, 2, 33 Intramurals: Softb'aII I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Week Commit-
tee 4, Senior Prom Committee 4.
JOAN A. MANNION, B.S.
Sodality 'l, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 45 Loyola Business
Club l, 2, 4, Maroon Quill I, 2, 3, 4: Aries 2,
3, 4, Advertising Manager 4: Student Directory 3,
Passion Play 3, lnterclass Dinner Committee 2, 3,
4,,Mission Dance Committee 2, 31 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 2, 3: Annual Communion Breakfast Commit-
tee 2, 35 Alpha Beta Kappa Committee 3: Marketing
Club 2, 3, 4: Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, News-O-Gram
Circulation Manager 4: Gamma Alpha Chi 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 3, President 4: Literary Club 2, 3, 43 Fresh-
man Orientation 3, 4g Maroon Key 2, 3, 4, American
Marketing Association 2, 3, 4, Advertising Federation
SJ America 2, 3, 4, Alpha Beta Kappa 45 Who's
JAMES P. MAHON, B.S.
Dean's List 'lg Philosophy Club 5: Intramurals: Foot-
ball I, 2, 3, 4, 5, Basketball 2, 3, 4, 5.
ROBERT J. MARONE, B.S.
Sodality Ig Marketing Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club
3, 4g Alpha Delta Sigma 45 Intramurals: Bowling
lg Veteran's Club 3, 43 United States Navy, 2 years.
WILLIAM J. MANNING, B.S.
Loyola Business Club 4, Maroon Quill 4: Aries 43
Management Club 3, 43 American Management As-
sociation 4, Mission Dance Committee 43 Blood
Drive lg Intramurals: Bowling 3, 4: Finance Club
4: Senior Prom Committee 4.
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Economics and Finance
Sodality i, 2, 3, 4, Co Chairman Social Committee
2, Treasurer 3, Counsellor 3, 4, Membership Com-
mittee 3, 4, Apostolic Committee Chairman 4, Pamph-
let Drive Chairman 4, Central Council 3, 4, Class
Officer i, Vice President lg Student Council 2, 3,
Recording Secretary 3, Social Committee Chairman
3, Constitution Revision Committee 33 Aries l, 2, 3,
4, Class Representative 1, 2, 3, Junior Class Repre-
sentative 3, Assistant Editor 43 Student Directory
Committee 33 Passion Play 2, 3, 4, A.F.R.O.T.C. l,
2, 3, 4, Pershinq Rifles l, 23 Mission Dance Com-
mittee 3, 45 i957 Activities Committee l, 2, Com-
munion Breakfast Committee 3. Co Chairman 3, Ring
Committee 23 ,Alpha Beta Kappa Committee 31
Economics Club 3, 43 Intramurals: Football 2, 3,
Softball 2, 3.
CHARLES W. McADAM, B.S.
Dean's List 3, 4, Student Directory 53 United States
Army, 2 years.
FREDERICK J. MARTIN Ill, B.S. JOHN J. MASON, B.S.
General Business Finance
Management Club 2, 3, 43 Marketing Club 2, 3, Philosophy Club 43 Mulry Council of Debate 2, 3, 4
4, Propeller Club 3, 43 Senior Prom Committee 4: Aries' 4. ASST- Ph0i0QVaDl'1Y Edifol' 43 Fl'95i'ifTl5l'! Orient-
Christmas Dance Committee 4.
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ation 4, Economics Club 2, 3, 45 Finance Club 3, 4
DONALD F. McARDLE, B.S.
Philosophy 55 United States Army 2 years.
JOHN W. MCCONNELL, B.S. JAMES T. MCGIVNEY, JR., B.S. THOMAS MCGRATH, B.S
Markefihg Marketing Marketing
Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 43 Veteran's lnterclass Dinner Committee 43 Senior Prom Commit- Deans List 3, 45 Propeller Club 5.
Club 3, 43 United States Army, 3 years. tee 45 Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma 45
Propeller Club 3, 4, Intramurals: Football lg Basket-
ball l, 2.
FRANK J. McKEON, B.S.
Banking and Finance
Loyola Business Club l, 23 Finance Club 2, 3, 43
United States Marines 2 vearsg Veterans' Club 2.
35 Junior Prom Committee 33 Intramurals: Basketball
2, 31 Softball l, 2.
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Economics and Finance
Maroon Quill 45 United States Marine Corp 3 years
PAUL A. McLAUGHLlN, JR., B.S.
Marketing Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 2, 3, 45 An-
nual Communion Breakfast Committee 3, 45 A. R.O
T. C. lg Intramurals: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Softball 3
4, Football 4.
JAMES V. McPADDEN, B.S.
Sodality l, 25 Class President 45 Class Treasurer 2,
35 Student Council 45 Mulry Council ot Debate 2, 3,
4, M. I. D. C. Representative 3, Treasurer 45 R. O. T.C
l, 2, 3, 45 Pershing Rifles l, 2, 3, 45 Blood Drive 2'
lntramurals: Football I, 25 Bowling lg Basketball l,
25 Freshman Orientation 45 Accounting Society l, 2
3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Balance Sheet l, 2
3, 4, Managing Editor 3, Financial Editor 45 Alpha
Beta Kappa Honor Society 4: Who's Who 4.
PETER J. McSHERRY, B.S.
Sodality lg Loyola Business Club 15 Management
Club 2, 3, 45 Intramurals: Bowling 15 Basketball 2,
3, 45 American Management Association 3, 45 Foot-
ball Weekend Committee 2.
Joi-IN P. McQUADE, B.s.
Class Officer 2, 4, Vice President 2, Treasurer 45
Mission Dance Committee 45 Accounting Club l, 2,
3, 4, Balance Sheet 3, 4: A. R.O.T. C. 1, 2, 3, 45
Senior Prom Committee 45 Varsity Sports: Baseball
l, 2, 3, 4, Most Valuable Player Award 35 Block
F Club 2, 3, 45 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM T. McTIERNAN, B.S.
Dean's List i, 2, 3, 4, United States Army, 2 years.
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JOSEPH A. McVAY, B.S.
Sodality i, Accounting Society 2, Mission Dance
RAYMOND A. MEANY, JR., B.S.
Banking and Finance
Who's Who 3, 4, Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society
4, Class Officer I, 2, President l, Secretary 2,
Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary
2, Treasurer 3, Chairman Budget Committee 3,
President 4, University Council 2, 3, 4, Annual Com-
munion Breakfast Committee 2, 3, Ring Committee
2, Campus Chairman 2, Alpha Beta Kappa Selection
Committee 3, 4, Who's Who Selection Committee
3, 4, Freshman Orientation 3, 4, Freshman Reception
2, 3, 4, Chairman 2, '57 Activities Committee i, 2,
3, President l, 2, 3, Aries 3, 4, Subscription Manager
3, Managing Editor 4, Student Directory 3, Advertis-
ing Chairman 3, Interclass Dinner Committee 3, 4,
Campus Chairman 3, Junior Prom Committee 2, 3,
Campus Chairman 3, Mission Dance Committee 3,
4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Christmas Dance Com-
mittee 2, 4, Mission Drive 3, 4, O My People 2, 3,
4, Business Staff 2, Cast 3, 4, Blood Drive 2, 3, Fi-
nance Club 3, 4, Intramurals: Football I, Softball i, 2.
DAVID A. MEISE, B.S.
Class Officer I, Treasurer I, Quill Briefs 4, Marketing
Club 3, 4, Propeller Club 3, 4, Marketing Fraternity
4, United States Army 2 years: Veterans' Club I, 2,
3, 4, Intramurals: Football 1, 2.
WILLIAM M. MELVILLE, B.S.
Class President 23 Class Treasurer 'Ig Student'Coun-
THOMAS J. MIRANTE, B.S.
Dean's List I, 23 Class Officer 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice
President 43 Junior Prom Committee 35 Law Club 2,
35 Senior Prom Committee 43 Balance Sheet 2, 3, 4,
Managing Editor 3, Accounting Society 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, Softball
I, , 3.
THOMAS M. MOLLOY, B.S.
Loyola Business Club ig A. F. R. O.T C. I, 23 Pershing
Rifles I, 23 N.C.O. Club 43 Intramurals: Bowling
I, 2, 3, 45 Accounting Society 4, Balance Sheet 4.
cil 23 Loyola Business Club 43 O'MaiIia Business Club
I, 23 Management Club 3, 45 Intramurals: Basket-
ball I, 2, Senior Prom Committee 4, Veterans' Club
3, United States Army, 2 years.
Cutting classes, heh!
FREDERICK A. MORINA, B.S.
Loyola Business Club I, 23 R. O.T. C. I, '23 Intra-
murals: Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Accounting Society I, 2,
JOHN M. MORRISSEY, B.S. JAMES F. MORTELL, B.S. HELEN T. MOYNA, B.S.
Accounting Economics and Finance Management
Sodality l, 2, 4, 55 Philosophy Club 5. Economics Club 2, 3, 45 Finance Club 3, 45 Annual Sodality 25 Management Club 2, 3, 45 American
Communion Breakfast Committee 3, 45 Junior Prom Management Association 3, 45 lnterclass Dinner
Committee 45 Senior Prom Committee 45 Christmas Committee 45 Senior Prom Committee 4.
JOHN J. MUNK, B.S.
HQ Club 2, 3, 4.
Orphans Committee 3.
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Class Officer I, 2, 3, Secretary i, Vice President 2,
Treasurer 35 Philosophy Club 45 A R.O.T. C. 15
Mission Dance Committee 45 Blood Drive 2, 3, 4,
Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball i, 25 Ac-
counting Society 2, 3, 45 Balance Sheet 4.
GLADYS M. NOCKIN, B.S.
Loyola- Business Club lg Aries 43 lnterclass Dinner
Committee Mission Dance Committee 33 Junior
Prom Committee 33 Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Amer-
ican' Marketing Association 2, 3, 43 Advertising Fed-
eration of America 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 43
Gamma ,Alpha Chi 3, 43 Music Club 1, 43 Freshman
PATRICK J. MURPHY, B.S.
Dean's List 3, 43 O'Mailia Business Club 4, 53 Shealy
Debating Society 4.
FRED J. NOVAK, B.S.
Dean's List i, 2, 33 Class Vice President 43 Philo-
sophy Club 33 Intramurals: Bowling l, 2, 3, 43 Ac-
counting Society l, 2, 3, 4.
ANTHONY J. NICOLINI, B.S.
Economics and Finance
A. F. R. O. T. C. l3 lnterclass Dinner Committee 3g
Mission Dance Committee 43 Blood Drive 33 Econ-
omics Club 3, 43 Finance Club 3, 43 Senior Prom
Committee 43 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN F. O'BRIEN, B.S.
Class Officer l, 2, Vice President l, 23 Philosophy
Club 43 Sounding Board 43 A. F. R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3,
4, Officers Club 43 Military Ball Committee 43 Mission
Dance Committee 2, 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33
Blood Drive 2, 33 Passion Play Business Staff 23 Ac-
counting Society 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Balance Sheet
3, 43 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l,
2, 3, 43 Senior Prom Committee 43 Football Week-
end Committee l.
WILLIAM D. O'BRIEN, B.S.
Class Officer I, Vice President I5 Mission Dance
Committee 3, 45 Blood Drive 35 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 35 Marketing Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 3,
4' Intramurals: Football I 2, 3 4, Basketball 2, 3
45 Economics Club 3, 45 Finance Club 4. I He must be kidding.
EDWARD P. 0'CONNOR, B.S.
Economics and Finance
Mission Dance Committee 45 Fordham Gaelic Society
I, 2, 3, 45 Economics Club I, 2, 3, 45 Finance Club
3, 45 Senior Week Committee 45 lntramurals: Foot-
ball l, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4,
Gaelic Football l, 2, 3 4.
PATRICK J. 0'LEARY, B.S.
lnterclass Dinner Committee 45 Intramurals: Basket-
ball 2, 33 Finance Club 2, 3, 45 Veterans' Club 3, 4:
Senior Prom Committee 45 United States Army, 2
BARBARA I. O'NEILL, B.S.
Marketing Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 2, 3, 45 Mar-
keting Sorority 2, 3, 45 Intramurals: Bowling 1, 2.
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Finance Banking and Finance Marketing
Sodality 43 U.S. Army. five years. Student Directory Committee 35 A. R. O. T. C. l, 2. Dramatics 2, 35 R. O. T. C. 1, 25 Marketing Club 4
N.C.O. 25 Marketing Club 45 Varsity Sports: Golf Propeller Club 45 Glee Club I.
3, 45 Finance Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4.
ANTHONY M- PAPA, B-5- RONALD W. PASSALUGO BS
Sodality 25 Class President 25 Student Council 25 Intramurals, Football 1 2 3. Bask tb H -I 2
Democrallc Club 25 Management Club 2' 3' 41 lnler' Accounting'Society 2, 35' Urlited States Army 2 years
class Dinner Committee 25 Economics Club 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD L. PATZ, B.S.
Class Officer 3, Treasurer 33 Aries 3, 4, Associated
Editor 43 Sounding Board 3, 43 A. R.O.T. C. l, 2, 3,
4, Distinguished Military Student 43 lnterclass Dinner
Committee 3, Toastmaster 33 Varsity Sports: Foot-
ball l, 23 Block F Club 23 W. F.U.V.-FM 2, 3, 4,
Chief Announcer 4, Sports Director 43 Marketing
Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 43 Alpha Delta
Sigma 3, 43 Asst. President, 43 Passion Play 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM G. PENDERGAST, B.S. ELLEN T. PERENYI, B.S.
Dean's List 33 Management Club 2, 3, 43 Army Sodalify 1, 2, 3,
R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3,42 Committee 2, 33
American Management Association 3, 43 Band Man- Sorority 2, 3, 4,
599V l- 23 Literary Club
Dean's List 2, 33 Mission Dance
Marketing Club 2, 33 Marketing
Reporter 33 Intramurals: Bowling
JOHN K. PFEIFFER, B.S.
Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 Balance Sheet 2, 3, 43
Passion Play 33 lntramuralsz Football I, 2.
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Veterans' Club 3, 43 United States Army, 2 years.
MARY A. POWERS, B.S.
Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2,
American Marketing Association 2, 3, 4.
EUGENE K. PRICE, B.S.
Sodality lg Class President ig Class Vice President 2,
33 Student Council ig Loyola Business Club lg R.O.
T. C. ig Blood Drive 2, Co-Chairman 2, Marketing
Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 3, 43 Marketing Frater-
nity 4g Intramurals: Bowling lg Basketball l, 2, 33
Maroon Key 2, 3, 4, Committee Chairman 2.
ALBERT v. Pmozzl, iB.S.
United States Navy, 4 years.
HERBERT E. PRICE, B.S.
Management Club 2, 3, 45 Blood Drive 2, 3, 4
Intramurals: Basketball 2, 3, 4, United States Army
RODERICK J. PURCELL, B.S.
Class Secretary 2, Management Club 2, 3, 43 Blood
Drive 3, Intramurals: Basketball 2, 4, Veterans' Club
3, 45 United States Army, 2 years.
Must've been a winner at de track!
ROBERT P. QUANN, B.S.
Dean's List 3, United States Army, 3 years.
DENNIS P. QUIRK, B.S.
THOMAS P. RABBITT, B.S.
Accounting Society 3, 43 Annual Communion Break-
fast Committee 3, 43 Veteran United States Army 2
years, Veterans' Club 43 Intramurals: Softball 2,
Basketball 2, 3, 4.
Dean's List l, 21 Class Treasurer l, 2, 3, 43 Market-
ing Club 2, 3, 41 United States Army, 2 years.
WILLIAM E. RAFTERY, B.S. EDGAR T. REILLEY, B.S. RICHARD G. REINHARD, B.S.
Management Accounting Accounting
O'Mailia Business Club 3, 4, 53 Philosophy Club 53 Deans List I, 3: Accounting Svcietv 3: United States Intramurals: Basketball 2, 33 United States Army 2
Dramatics 23 Management Club 4. AVITIY. 2 YSSVS- YGBVS-
JOHN A. RICCILLO, B.S. JOSEPH X. RICE, B-5-
Sodality 3, Sodality Social Committee 33 Who's Who
43 Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 43 Class Officer
2, President and Vice President 23 Maroon Quill 3,
43 Aries 3, 4, Editor-ln-Chief 43 Student Directory
33 A.R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Army Officers' Club 4,
Distinguished Military Student 43 lnterclass Dinner
3, Financial Manager 33 Mission Dance Committee 43
Junior Prom Committee 3, Program Chairman 33 Pas-
sion Play 3, Promotion Committee 33 '57 Activities
Committee 23 Annual Communion Breakfast Com-
mittee 33 Intramurals: Softball 2, Football lg Fresh-
men Orientation 43 Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 4,
Dinner Dance Committee 3, Class Representative 33
Senior Prom Committee 4.
Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4, 53 Phil0S0PhY Club 5
CHARLES R. RICHE, B.S. DAVID P. RIELLY, JR., B.S. DONALD E. RILEY, B.S.
Sodality I5 Dean's List I, 2, 3, 45 Gold Medal Winner
25 O'MaiIia Business Club I, 25 United States Army,
Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 45 Mission
Dance Committee 45 Marketing Club 2, 3, 45 Propel-
ler Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity Sports! Swimming 2, 3, 4,
Team Captain 45 Maroon Key Society 2, 3, 4, School
of Business Chairman 45 Block F Club 2, 35 Football
Weekend Committee 25 Intramurals: Football I, 2.
Dean's List 45 Philosophy Club 55 Intramurals: Basket
ball I 2' ROTC 'I 2
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JOHN B. RITCHIE, B.S.
Class Officer I, 2, Secretary I, Vice President 25
Management Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Prom Committee
45 Intramurals: Football I, 2, Basketball I, 2.
Food for thought.
Sodality lg Accounting Society 23 Mission
JOHN P. RIZZO, B.S.
Sodality 3, 4, Master of Candidates 45 Mission Dance
Committee 3, 45 Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 43 Air
Force 7V2 years.
RAYMOND W. ROHNE, B.S.
Class President 31 Class Vice President 4, Student
Council 3, 4, Secretary 3, Loyola Business Club l,
2, 3, 4, President 3, Maroon Quill 2, 3, 4, Activities
Editor 3, Editor 43 Aries 4, lnterclass Dinner Com-
mittee 3, 4, Co-Chairman 35 Mission Dance Com-
mittee 3, 4g Junior Prom Committee 3, Co-Chairman
33 Blood Drive 3, Student Council Dance Committee
43 Alpha Beta Kappa Committee 35 Intramurals:
Bowling 2, 3, 4, Vice President 43 Basketball 2, 3,
Chairman 35 University Council 33 Alpha Beta Kappa
Honor Society 4, Who's Who 4,
The guys in the back row must know .
RICHARD F. ROMEO, B.S.
Sodality 43 Dean's List lg Class Secretary 2, 3, 45
Student Council 4, Loyola Business Club l, 23 Maroon
Quill 43 Aries 4, Associate Editor 43 lnterclass Din-
ner Committee 4g Mission Dance Committee 43 Senior
Prom Committee 43 Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 4, Balance Sheet 43 University Council 45
United States Air Force, 3 years.
ROBERT S. ROUSSEY. B.S.
Dean's List I, 2, 3: Aries 33 lnterclass Dinner Com-
mittee 3, 43 Mission Dance Committee 43 Intra-
murals: Basketball 3, 43 Economics Club 2, 33 Ac-
counting Society l, 2, 3, 4.
JOHN J. RYAN, B.S.
Management Club 2, 3, 43 American Management
Association 2, 3, 43 Intramurals: Basketball 2, 33
Veterans' Club 3, 43 United States Army, 2 years.
ALBERT C. RUCK, B.S. ROSARIO RUFFINO, B.5
United States Army, 3 years. Accounting Society 3, 43 Balance Sheet 33 United
States Army 2 YEBVSQ lntramurals: Football 3, 4,
Basketball 3, 4.
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Sodality I, 23 Loyola Business Club l, 23 Mulry
Council ot Debate 1, 23 R. O.T. C. l, 23 Intramurals:
Bowling l, 2, 3, 43 Music Club 23 Accountung Society
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Class Officer: Treasurer 2, 35 Aries 3, 45 Marketing
Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Alpha 'Delta
Sigma Fraternity 43 Junior Prom Committee 35 Mission
Dance Committee 4, Senior Prom Committee 4g
Blood Drive 33 Passion Play 3, 43 A. F. R.O.T. C. 1,
2, 3, 43 Arnold Air Society 3, 4, l.S.O. 4, Ram Jet
Editor 3g Military Ball Committee 41 Cadet Officers'
Club 4, Lenten Mission Drive 23 New York State
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Rambler 35 Intramurals: Softball l,
2, Basketball 21 Booster Club 4.
JOHN W. SALEY, B.S.
Management Club 2, 3, 43 United States Marines
3 years, Veteran's Club 45 Mission Dance Committee
F. DON SCHWARTZ, B.S.
General Business X
Class Officer: Treasurer 45 Aries 43 Army R.O.T. C.
l, 2, 3, 4, N.C.O. Club 3, Officers' Club 4: Junior
Prom Committee 3, Blood Drive l, 2, 3, 45 Rambler
l, 2, 35 1957 Activities Committee i, 2, Marketing
Club 2, 3, 43 Freshman Orientation 23 Finance Club
45 Senior Prom Committee 4, Football Weekend
Committee lg Lenten Mission Drive 2.
JAMES A. SALMON, B.S.
Dean's List 31 A. F. R. O. T. C, 1, 2, 3, 4, Arnold
Air Society 3, 4, Adiutant 43 Blood Drive 3, 43 Econ-
omics Club 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Finance Club 3, 4
Intramurals: Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3
ALFRED SEN KOW, B.S.
Dean's List l, 3, 43 United States Army, I year
THEODORE C. SEROCKE, B.S.
Sodality 3, 43 Class Treasurer 33 Student Council
3, 43 Philosophy Club 3, 4, Vice President 43 Maroon
Quill 43 Aries 2, 3, 4, Subscription Manager 43 Inter-
class Dinner Committee 33 Mission Dance Commit-
tee 4, Co-Chairmen 43 Junior Prom Committee 33
Student Council Dance Committee 33 Annual Com-
munion Breakfast Committee 33 Intramurals: Bowl-
ing l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Economics Club
2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 43 Balance Sheet 43 Senior
Prom Committee 43 Who's Who 4.
JAMES H. SEXTON, B.S.
O'MaiIia Business Club 4, 53 Management Club 4.
Students in FORDHAM ? ? ?
THOMAS T. SEXTON, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, 3, Who's Who 43 Class Officer: Secre-
tary l, 2, Treasurer 3, President 43 Student Council
43 Maroon Quill 3, 43 Aries 3, 4, Booster Chairman
43 Student Directory 33 Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4,
Officers' Club 43 Military Ball Committee 43 Mission
Dance Committee 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33
Senior Prom Committee 43 Blood Drive 3, 43 Com-
munion Breakfast Committee 33 Accounting Society
2, 3, 4, Class Representative 3, 4, Balance Sheet 3,
4, Circulation Manager 33 Intramurals: Football I,
2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, 2, 3, 4.
PAUL P. SHERIDAN, B.S.
Intramurals: Bowling 3, 43 Accounting Society 2, 3,
43 United States Army, 2 years.
JOHN P. SMITH, B.S.
'Student Directory Committee 33 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 33 United States Navy, 2 years3 Marketing
Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 4.
EUGENE P. SPADACCINI, B.S.
Class Officer 2, 4, Secretary 2, President 43 Who's
Who 43 Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 43 Student
Council 4, Student Council Dance Committee 3, 43
Aries 3, 4, Class Representative 3, Art Editor 43
Student Directory 3, 4, Managing Editor 33 lnterclass
Dinner Committee 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 3, Class
Representative 43 Mission Dance Committee 3, 4,
Decorating Chairman 43 Junior Prom Committee 3,
Decorating and Publicity Chairman 43 Annual Com-
munion Breakfast Committee 3, 4, Publicity Chair-
man 3, Class Representative 43 Marketing Club 2,
3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma Fraternity 43 Propeller Club
2, 3, 4, President 43 United States Army, Sergeant,
2 yearsg Freshman Reception 3, 43 Veterans' Club 33'
Christmas Dance Committee 43 Passion Play -3, 43
Senior Prom Committee 43 lgnatian Year Symposium
Committee 33 Student Marketing institute 3, 43 In-
tramurals: Softball 2, 3.
DERING J. SPRAGUE, B.S.
Sodality 2, 3, 4, Chairman Internal Sanctification
Committee 33 Dean's List I3 Student Council 2, 43
Loyola Business Club 23 Mulry Council of Debate
l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, President 43 R. O. T. C.
'l, 2, 3, 4, N.C.O. Club 33 lnterclass Dinner Corn-
mittee 33 Music Club 1, 2, President 23 Freshman
Orientation 43 Accounting Society 2, 3, 4. '
JOHN E. STEVENSON, JR., B.S.
Dean's List 'l, 2, 3, 43 Gold Medal Winner 33 United
States Navy, 3 years.
How about a late pass, Father?
MICHAEL A. STRIANO, B.S.
JEREMIAH M. SUGRUE, B.S.
A. R. O- T- C- I. 2. 3. 41 ACCOUDTIUQ SOCISTY 2. 3. Dean's List I, 2, 3, 43 Class Treasurer ig lnterclass
4. BHIBVTCG Sheet 2. 33 ITTTFBYYIUVGISI Football I, 2. 3, 4. Dinner Committee 4: Intramurals: Basketball l, 2,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES S. THOMPSON, B.S.
Mulry Council of Debate 43 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4,
Officers' Club 4: Mission Dance Committee 4, Junior
Prom Committee 3: Intramurals: Football Ig Basket-
ball I, 2, 3: Finance Club 3, 4, President 3, 4.
Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4.
JOSEPH R. THOMPSON, B.S.
Economics and Finance
Dean's List 33 Club Hispano Americano 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 33 Varsity Sports: Soccer l, 2, 3, 4, Block
"F" Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Basketball 3.
PATRICK J. TALBOT, JR., B.S.
Junior Prom Committee 3: Varsity Sports: Track
l, 2, 3, Cross Country 2, Freshman Track 'l, Frosh
Cross Country lg Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 4,
Balance Sheet 2, 33 Law Club 33 Intramurals: Basket-
ball 3, 4, Track 4, Tennis 4.
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WILLIAM H. TICHO, B.S.
Dean's List 33 lnterclass Dinner 33 Mission Dance
Committee 3, 43 Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller
Club 2, 3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma Fraternity 3, 43
United States Army 2 years3 Veterans' Club I, 2. 3,
43 Senior Prom Committee 4.
MICHAEL E. TUITE, B.S.
R.O.T.C. l, 23 Marketing Club 4.
WILLIAM T. TIMOTHY, B.S.
Economics and Finance
Sodality i3 United States Marines, 3 years,
ROBERT M. TOCCI, B.S.
Management Club 2, 3, 4.
JOHN M. VARLEY, B.S.
Sodality 3, 43 Dean's List 33 Class President 33
Student Council 3, 43 Philosophy Club 3, 4, Presi-
dent 43 Maroon Quill 43 lnterclass Dinner Committee
3, 43 Mission Dance Committee 3, 4, Co Chairman
43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Annual Communion
Breakfast Committee 3, Ticket Chairman 33 Alpha
Beta Kappa Committee 33 Economics Club 2, 3, 43
Accounting Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Balance Sheet 43
Student Council Dance Committee 3, 4, Chairman 3.
JOSEPH M. VIANA, B.S.
Sodality 2, 33 Management Club 2, 3, 47 Army
R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4, Mission Dance
Committee 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Rhode ls-
land Club I, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals: Tennis 4.
GRACE F. VINCI, B.S.
Sodality I, 2, 33 Dean's List 35 lnterclass Dinner
Committee 33 Mission Dance Committee 2, 33 Mar-
keting Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Market-
ing Sorority 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 33 Intra-
murals: Bowling 2.
WILLIAM J. WALLS, III, B.S.
Deari's List I, 2, 3, 4, Gold Medal Winner lg Philos-
ophy Club Sg President 53 United States Army, 2
ROBERT J. WALSH, B.S.
Sodality I, 25 O'Mailia Business Club 2, 3, 4.
What's new on page 3?
FRANK P. WALTERS, B.S.
Dean's List lg A. F. R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 43 Pershing
Rifles 2, 3, 4, N.C.O. Club 2, Officers' Club 4, Ac-
counting Society 2, 3, 4.
w. JAMES WHELAN, B.S.
Sodalitv li 2, 3, 4. Secretary 2, 3, Membership
Board 3, 4, Prefect 45 Dean's List l, 2, 3, 45 Who's
Who 3, 4, Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 4g Beta
Gamma Sigma Hong Society 43 Class Officer: Treas-
urer l, President 2, Student Council 2, Loyola Busi-
ness Club l, 2, Vice President 2, Mulry Council of
Debate l, 2, Vice President 2, Maroon Quill l, 2, 3,
4, Photography Editor 4, Aries l, 2, 3, 4, Photo-
graphy .Editor 4: Student Directory 3, A. R. O. T. C.
I, 2, 3, 4, Outstanding Cadet l, Leadership Award
2, D.M.S. 4, Officers' Club 4, Military Ball 4, Inter-
class Dinner Committee l, 2, 3, Mission Dance
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Co Chairman 3, Junior Prom
Committee 33 Communion Breakfast Committee l,
2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Bowling l, Basketball lg Fresh-
man Orientation 4g Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 4,
Balance Sheet 3, Metropolitan inter-Collegiate De-
bate Council 2, Secretary 2, Senior Week Committee
4g Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 45 N,C,O, 2,
JOSEPH E. WOYTOWICH, B.S.
Economics Club 2, Accounting Society 45 United
States Army, 2 years.
THOMAS A. WOGAN, B.S.
Sodality l, 2, 4, 5, Prefect 53 Dean's List l, 33
Who's Who 5, Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 55
Class President 2, 3, 4, 5: Student Council 2, 3, 4,
5, President 55 Aquinas Society 53 Aries 5g Inter-
class Dinner Committee 33 Student Council Dance
Committee 3, 53 Annual Communion Breakfast Com-
mittee 4, Co Chairman 43 Ring Committee 33 Alpha
Beta Kappa Committee 3, Chairman 33 Intercollegiate
Bowling 4, 5, Freshman Orientation 55 Who's Who
Committee 4, Chairman 4.
ROBERT J. YOUNG, B.S.
Management Club 2, 33 Marketing Club 2, 3, Finance
Club 41 lnterclass Dinner Committee 35 Intramurals:
Softball l, 2, 3, 4, Football 4.
John Edward Shea, Ir.
We find it hard to express our grief. We can only say with bowed heads
Dear God--May he rest in peace.
Four years is a long time-especially when we are waiting for them to
pass. But looking back, it seems like just yesterday that we waited on
line at the treasurer's office for our first library cards. We have many
memories of ourtfour years at Fordham, some big and outstanding,
others seemingly insignificant to the observer who was not directly
concerned with them. They are nevertheless, our memories and
they are our four years, for they belong to the Class of l957.
I ln September, l953, we raw recruits began our long,
hardsclimb to the top. Our basic training lasted for a ,
brief period, after which we all received our first taste
of'combat: Monday morning accounting tests, Mr.
Steinborn's Keating Tower lectures, term papers,
Mr. Sexton's "now appreciated" humor, balance
sheets, iMr. Diskin's Life 'Savers and long eve-
ningsat the library.
we met with moderate success throughout
the first semester until that disastrous Jan-
uary offensive which 'necessitated a com-
plete regrouping of our forces as our ranks
were cut almost in half. But after the
reorganization theclass had a great deal
of spirit as is evident as we look back' on
the football week-ends, intramurals, the
Mission Dance, that never-to-be-forgot-
ten trip to "Little Africa," the softball
game between eighteen-man teams and
the "change-of-pace" on St. Patrick's
Day. Socially, intellectually and spiritually
we looked forward to the years ahead.
T T T SOPHOMORE
"One down and three to go!" was our cry as
we-entered second year. Debits and credits were
gone, business cycles had vanished and in their
places came our majors and the other pitfalls of
Sophomore year. Will -we ever forget Daisy Miller,
that week-end in Boston, the Speech final and the
games at the Polo Grounds? Then on that bleak De-
cember day the death .knell tolled for intercollegiate
football at Fordham., lt was then, as it is today, our sin-
cerest hope thatperhaps some day this tradition might y
resurrected to the place it once enjoyed on our campus. But, T
taking Sophomore year asa whole, it might-be said, in the immortal
words of Mr.,Bryde, "Generally, this has been a great and fruitful 4
year. " , W 15,
At long last we became Juniors and were exposed to such new fields of S It
learning as Philosophy and literary criticism, and our economic electives were ours to master.
School rings became a reality, "County Fair" was a must, and who will ever forget the favors ll
at the Junior Prom! A most vivid memory is of the Chambers and those seemingly endless ll
Friday afternoons and nights. Who but us can understand our sadness when Chambers closed j
forever that summer? Generations of Fordhamites had passed down those stairs, but it seems ,
that it took our class to send Nick into retirement. Uptown, Vinnie and Frank of the Webster
managed to keep with the true Fordham spirit and, in spite of the
many obstacles we presented, they persevered, and we are
happy that they did, for some of our fondest memories
were born at the Webster. The Passion Play, the class
l T xn tg party at Clarke's, the basketball games and the lnter-
I Tee N class Dinner symbolized the "meeting of the'clan's,"'
in xx . Our spare time was well spent in preparation for
A Q A' ' Ms Q NS Q "Tropicana," our Junior Prom, in the basement
' 1'-3 , 1 A2 Z? S - of Dealy Hall. This was the year that palm trees
. S ? E f- came to Fordham along with Bert and Harry,
7 Z RE E- W and the fun of the Prom really started when
L! f . X 5 "E we "transplanted" our paper foliage from
NE ' 5 Mt, y 'gk 2 - Dealy to the gym. Preparations for summer
Ag , 4, ba wlllllill camp were made as our future lieutenants
X f Tis 7 , i tilt' 'T T found themselves the best summer job
XX N , l S fgf: E H ' a guy could have. This was also the year
X ? W E that the Maroon Quill celebrated its fif-
L 'l WM ,j 5 P teenth year of publication, Father Lennon
l l W - T ' and Mr. Sexton were honored with the
X NW -:, T' . Lf' f E Bene Merenti Awards, the year Father Wil-
X i I'-5 "Jil, ' ,MUG ' 4 j son left, as Fordham's loss and Canisius'
i ' ,,,. ....-- ' ' V 7,5 ' NQQWXU- gain, and the year the maroon derbies be-
1 I l i l 4' j 3 djjxllllslli rj llll ' came a familiar sight on campus. As in past
1 D- F W WI" ,jtijlt Nl, ' years our annual retreat was held in the Uni-
-A A jsp, j ww jill versity Chapel. The spiritual valueof all our
1 5 ' WW. f .ii-f' Njtl retreats has been reflected in the lives of all the
X j T jf' 'j '. students. Fathers Bowen and Englert contributed
, f - X to a more "liberal" education. As this the lgnatian
Q X I 5 Q 7 A Year drew to a close, ours was a friendship that had
jj if ' 9 7 1 Nxt grown and developed over the years. lt has been cul-
l , ' . minated into a feeling of closeness and mutual respect
Z si by ' through united activity.
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T j v , , y ill , SENIOR
No 9 Z v vllllll Seniors at last! We had progressed to the top of the
ik -- itll ladder. The Student Council, the yearbook, the Quill and the
T' ,will Sodality, among others, became a more intimate part of our extra-
A 4 , ,itl curricular life. This year brought with it our study of social problems
F -'ful and labor problems, to mention just two of our many. "A Dutch
Z Treat," financially and socially, proved to be the most successful Mission
Dance yet. The rapid pace brought upon us the Twentieth Annual lnter-
' class Dinner and those "Tales of the South Pacific." The holiday season saw
another year of basketball in the Garden, late night work meeting our yearbook
deadlines, and preparations for Senior Week. We all prepared for our first interviews
as we stressed the importance of the Fordham graduate in this "wide, wide world."
T Future positions were being secured, commissions awaited and some problems were resolved
while others began as that wedding day gradually came upon us. Senior week will always be re-
membered as a fitting close to four significant years with its dinner, theater party, cocktail parties,
l Senior Prom and beach party. Graduation Day needs no mention in our yearbook to bring it to mind,
as it is aday which we can never forget during our lives. V n
Our Senior year was a symbolic one in that it experienced a fight for the cause of freedom-
one in which we all joined forces with the youth of Hungary in hopes that some day they will be free
of the bonds of Communist suppression, and enjoy the freedom that is ours.
Many memories are necessarily omitted in a history such as this, as each of us had his own
cherished ones. Let us hope, however, that the events mentioned here, ,representative of our activi-
ties as a class, shall live in our hearts. T S A
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Lawrence J. Bell Frederick J. Goedtel Fred Horn Edward J. Keller Hugh G. Kelso
Arthur S. Maddock Arthur S. Murphy Thomas l-l. Murphy Edward E. Nugent Patrick J. O'Leary
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Dowd, R. Pacheco, R. Rainero, D. Green, R. Cantow. Third Row: K. Schaffner, T. Fox, J. MacNeil, J, Burke, W. Boyle. Fourth
Row: W. Glass, M. Murphy, O. Nicols, M. Battistella, J. Mclieen. Fifth Row: J. Doran, E. Wiegand, T. Rowe, M. Polito, P.
Clarke, F. McCann. Back Row: J. O'Brien, A. Flanagan, J. Mclnerney, F. Joyce.
Patrick Clarke, Treasurer, Henry
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John O' Brien, Sec reta ry.
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Front Row: P. Gerard, T. Reilly, J. McCormack,'J. Hughes, J. Quinn, M. Mcflausland, R. Cadley. Siecondvdow: M. Orza, R,
Williams, E. DeNave, C. Onofrietti, B. McDonnell, W. Lewis, Y. Abrahams. Third Row: G. Crowley, R. McGuire, R. Saumell,
E. Joseph, A. Magnaldi. Fourth Row: P. Mackin, J. Lombardi, P. Bopl4o,'T. Green, R. McGovern, R. Scully, W. Sinott. Back
Row: J. Sullivan, R. Wetjen, J. Magee, T. Doherty, J. Pagen, T. Lyden.
R. McGovern, Secretary, P. Gerard, Treasurer,
G. Crowley, President, R. Scully,
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J. Galvin, T. Martyn, R. Musetti, T. Kennedy. Third Row: E. Carroll, C. Shea, E. Sullivan, G. Pagano. Back Row: P. Mancuso
C. Mercurio, R, Rollman, A. Schussler, J. Ryan.
John Sorg, Vice Presidentg Roger Musefti,
Presiclentg Kevin O'Brien, Treasurer. 116
Front Row: R. Molinari, M. Campbell, J, Pepperman, R. Peters, S. Henry, D. Fitzpatrick, D. Gerety. Second Row: J. Dunleavy,
H. Cox, R. McAloon, R. Zuccaro, T. Governale, N. lacovella. Third Row: E. Hill, P. Taylor, V. O'Brien, R. Hennessy, T. Somers,
M. Kernan, A. Berger, D. Sullivan, E. Go, W. Wittenbauer. Back Row: L. Lacerra, P. Neville, D. Chamberlain, J. Marrinan,
E. Bull, T. Murphy, N. Kidd, W. Kegan, D. Braun.
H7 John Marrinan, Secretaryg Thomas Governale,
President, Patrick Neville, Vice President,
Edwin Bull, Treasurer.
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J. Cristiano, Vice President, F. Poczatek,
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S, Scarcella, C. Bello, F. Sharmley.
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Donald Bostwick, Secretary, Donald Gayclos,
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John Collins, Treasurer.
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Front Row: D. Raftery, K. Meeker, F. Rivera, W. Lynch, J. Barry. Second Row: R. Conte, . , ,
Zangara, J. Quadrino, M. Dahme, D. Gaydos, W. Sherman, J. O'Sullivan. Third Row: P. Donohue, J. Cumella, L. Johnston,
J Walsh F McGill T Sweeney, L.. Hultgren, J. Hayman, D. Jankowski. Back Row: J. Collins, J. Edge, S. McCabe, J.
B ldino, J. Brennan, R. Sentner, C. Drakopoulos.
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Front Row: J, Colleran, N. D'Appuzzo, J. Gistaro, R. Sylvia, B. Stevenson, F. Connolly, J. Larkins. Second Row: C. Basile, W.
Meaney, P. Conklin, R. Morgan, M. Keenan, D. Butfa, R. Uurich, J. Moran, M. McGrath. Third Row: M. Leyden, M. Connolly,
R. O'Brien, A. Mella, D. Hesselbirg, P. McGuire, R. Drennan, R. Brennan, W. Sullivan. Back Row: E. Brown, E. Royals ,W.
Dabelstein, R. Cestola, E. Kielar, G. Thornton, D. Sheerin, G. Reidy, R. Dixon, J. Williams.
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President, Richard Dixon, Treasurer.
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Second Row: E. Fallon, J. Thompson, R. Terhune, B. Smith, G. Crane, A. McManus, P. Daniels, N. Slattery. Back Row: F.
Corcoran, J. Burns, R. Horstin A. E ' ' '
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Frank Corcoran, Secretary, Virginia Reynolds,
Vice Preslclentg Dan Ryan, President,
Al McManus, Treasurer.
Sitting: C. Mitchell, R. Gannon, E. Eder. Standing: J. Hill, R. Horak, J. Lanahan, D. Fontaine, W. McDonald, T. Healy
P. McCormack, J. Connolly, J. Sullivan, F. Ellis, S. Godlewski, J. McGowan, L. Kudrena, J. Dolan, H. Bilger, M. McEnery.
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B. Fitzpatrick, R. O'Connor, A. Skroly, E. Mowton, W. Archipoli, J. Hassett, l-l. Skelly, R. Monohan. Back Row: J. Bingham,
J. Richards, J. Jones, J. Conradi, V. Santora, A. ,Mallia, A. Maguire, C. Mahoney, Br. J. Concannon.
Joseph Jones, Vice Presidentg Barbara Woisin,
Secretary, Thomasine Mulligan, Treasurer,
Harold Skelly, Acting President.
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P. Seraballs, J. McGuire, E. Farrely, J. l-larkins, J. Szigethy.
Florence John Sullivan, Treasurer, Robert
Boris, Presidentg Ann Fallon, Secretary,
Robert Braccia, Vice President.
Front Row: S. Donohue, J. Moran, J. Hasset, M. Linhardt, M. MacNamara, R. Holland, J. Conway. Second Row: M. Murtagh,
F. Christopher, D. Sweeney, F. Reen, R. Barnikel, J. Wallace, J. Sinnott. Back Row: C. Clark, J. Perry, F. Fitzpatrick, B.
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John Moran, Treasurerg John Hasset, Presidentg
Marie Linhardt, Secretaryg Michael MacNamara,
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Front Row: R. Biele, R. Pozzaboni, V. Pastore, H. Klee, W, Maier, A. Olazabal, C. Albanese. Second Row: C. Welborn, J.
Kenney, D. Gallagher, G. Scchofield, E. Adsuar, R. Curry. Third Row: J, Pisani, A. Vitiello, I.. Timoone, P. Siriani, E. Hogan,
M. Cudcly. Fourth Row: J. Fant, A. Benavides, L. Cionzynski, R. Burke, J. O'Boyle, W. Doughty. Fifth Row: D. Donnelly, E.
Canellos, J. Graske, R. Flynn. Back Row: J. Roberts, R. Williams, J. Larranaga, P. Grosso, E. l-lanafin, P. Mulvey,
G. Sullivan, A. Voit.
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Front Row: W. Thomma, E. Navarro, G. Smith, R. Purcell, D. Cleary, M. Chlapowski, A. Clarke, C. Truance. Second Row: R.
Bonini, J. Filippone, L. Paretta, D. Fahey, L. Aidala, R, Murilfia, A. DeArTeaga, R. Antonoviclw. Third Row: D. Allan, C. Bur-
rows, J. Hyland, F. Suarino, K. Donohue, R. Day, P. Lane, W. Hickey. Fourth Row: R. Salzman, J. Lewis, P. Cameron, M. Gregg,
G. Piazza, R. O'Donnell, P. Evangelista. Back Row: T. Corcoran, J. Mahon, A. Linkowifz, E. O'Rourke, J. O'Connell
M. Miniter, P. Held.
William A. Thomma, Treasurerg Edward T.
O'Rourke, Secrefaryg Michael J. Gregg, Vice
Presidentg William F. Hickey, President.
Front Row: E. Albert, G. Hermanspan, D. DeCristoforo, G. Jordan, J. English, C. Paone, T. McBride. Second Row: R. Mariani
R. Valesi, J. Collins, C. Campanella, E. Arrieri, M. Monahan. Third Row: J. Lyons, J. O'Flynn, T. Smith, T. Ambrose, E
Torres, A. Gensch. Fourth Row: M. Casey, J. Brennan, L. Teator, W. Nieman, W. Crabtree, J. Ferdinand. Fifth Row: J
Gantly, P. Posolt, J. Rogan, G. Liebezeit, F. Ficarra, M. Dennehy. Back Row: K. Curley, B. Klug, T. Bowes, J. Andariese
R. Johnsen, D. Grogan, M. Tolan, D. Obremski, P. Donahue.
Thomas M. McBride, Treasurer, Daniel J.
Grogan, Secretary, George Liebezeit, Vice
President, John P. Lyons, President.
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Front Row: R. Mirone, D. Picknally, T. Kearns, R. l-lalpin, J. Romano, J. Moore, F. Daly. Second Row: B. Caruso, W. Carr
W. Galvin, W. Garrity, T. Bowler, J. Reilly, N. Deusebio. Third Row: M. Hayes, E. McCarthy, J. McCann, D. l-lughes, L. Dixon
J. Magana. Fourth Row: J. Riviello, R. Chamine, G. Arzoomanian, F. Pearce, R. Montgomery. Back Row: S. Keane,
J. Stephens, W. Fischer, G. Boran, E. Van Dorn, T. Wehner, P. O'Donnell.
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Edward Van Dorn, Secretaryg Franklin Pearce,
Treasurer, Thomas Wehner, Presidentg William
Garrity, Vice President.
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Donald Riviello, Secretary, Walter McLoughlin,
Treasurer, Peter Bugoni, President, Kenneth
Basil, Vice President.
Front Row: J. Tuohy, T. Porcellini, J. Callahan, J. Chowanes, A. Pagano, J. Jennings, J. Kirk, W. Kenney. Second Row: C
Crocker, J. Romano, J. Fallender, T. Owens, J. McConaghy, R. Fitzgibbon, A. Cassetta, N. Savino. Third Row: W. McLoughlin
J. Whooley, l-l. McGoldrick, F. Bellantese, D. Berube, E. l-lick, P. Bugoni. Fourth Row: W. Larkin, J. DiStefano, P. Vitere, A
Mozilo, W. Nutley, D. Riviello. Fifth Row: R. Fortunato, J. Glynn, J. Dolan, K. Basil, M. Davey, A. Doherty.
Back Row: G. Orsen, J. l-letherington, K. O'Brien, C. Mannix.
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Front Row: F. Pope, W, Ahern, R. Torello, F. Berardino, R, Finneran, A. Renzulli, T. DeRosa. Second Row: J. Borlo, D. Schaefer
J. Nolan, J. Bonkowski, J. M I . Th' d R ' ' ' ' ' '
a oney If ow. F. llards, J. Stuart, D. Duffy, R. Pnekutowskr, R. Hlllegas. Back Row: J. Larranaga:
M. McDonald, J. Dowd, J. Kelly, T. Quinn, J. Ward.
Front Row: A. Connell, J. Guariglia, L. Bernucca, S, King, M. Goulden, A. Russo, H. Mesche, C, Gerlinger, R. Astoreca.
Second Row: J. Coburn, E. Downs, T. Farrell, R. Tealwan, F. Donelan, N. Philbin, A. Cuomo, P. DeMaria, C, Bracco. Back
Row: J. Maddie, l-l. lngber, P. McGeary, M. Lavelle, E. Conboy, R. McMullin, A. Young, H. Winsch.
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Tlwomasfarrell, Vice Presidentg Sheila King,
Presxdentg Marie Goulden, Secretary,
Myles Lavelle, Treasurer.
Front Row: J. Morris, W. Bill, C. Bradley, E. Killoran, W. Conboy, G. Murphy. Second Row: E. Kennedy, R Bardwil T. Sher-
blnski, E. MacCalIum, M. Waldmann, J. Polito, E. Coleman, G. Chirdo, P. Lee. Third Row: L. Traboulsi,'C. McGYivney, D
Paolucci, D. DeMaio, D. Artesi, T. Noonan, F. Matera, M. Riordan, F. Gaudette. Back Row: R. Tamoschat, J. Flynn,
E. Finnigan, G. LeStrange, A. Reyes, M. Mesi, D. Cremrnins, R. Ricciardi, A. Sartori.
Loutfi Traboulsi, Vice Presidentg Joan Polito,
Secretary, Eileen Coleman, Treasurerg
Peter Lee, President.
Richard J. Mase, Treasurer, Nancy Coppola,
Secretary, James Hickey, President, William
Loughran, Vice President
Front Row: W. Harkin, A. Raggi, P. Guardino, J. DeFoe. Second Row: J. Hays, J. Hickey, W. Loughran, N. Coppola, F. Man-
nino, J. Dacchille, R. Tyson, B. Murphy, J. Narducci. Third Row: F. Stephan, P. O'Neill, T. Flaherty, B. Bongiorno, AE. O'Connor,
V. Sena, R. Baker, M. Wallace, J. Cameron. Back Row: D. Murphy, C. Walsh, R. Quarto, J. Critelli, T. Scheller,
J. Cunningham, R. Mase.
Thomas Mahoney, Presidentg Frank Ariosta, Sec-
retary, James Hanrahan, Vice President, Robert
Sitting: P. Nolan, R. San Filippe, S. Kelleher, A, Stypinski, M. Smith, J. Hanrahan, M. Hermes. Standing: J. Walthour,
F. Mullan, J. Harford, DQ D'Agostino, G, Kaiser, J. McCarthy, T. Mahoney, S. DeFazio, F. Ariosta, S, Gagliano, G. Mullen,
J. Crifo, R. Bittles, J. Clarke, R. Hester.
Front Row: M. Derwin, J. Stanton, H. Feinstein, Sr. M. Columcille, O.S.F., R. Curnan, P. Cregan, J. Packert. Second Row: R.
Murray, R. Wilk, J. Murphy, E. Malinowski, N, McCauley, F. Richards, R. Hughes, F. Casey, Back Row: H. Cosgrove, J.
Stephens, T. Malinowski, A. Stoeckert, W. Danielewski, J. Bundrick, J. Alfonso, T. Jesselson.
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FIRST YEAR A
CITY I-:ALL '38
Paul Cregan, Vice President.
Front Row: R. Beck, J, Guzman G Andrews, W. Pereca J Ronan. Second Row R. Luvera D D P I F. C
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M. Feenaghty, M. Cassidy, A. Zehall, J. Slattery, G. Raboni. Third Row: J. Dzaluk, P. O'Hara, B. Fitzpatrick, R. Butler, F. Mac-
Pherson, J. Lenehan, G. Corcoran, D. Cummings, T. Gannon. Back Row: R. Packett R Mastranardi, T, O'SuIlivan, V. Ventieri,
J. O'Connor, S. Rosa, J, Erwin, R. Lownes, R. DeBetta.
Donald Cummings, Treasurer, Mary Feenaghty,
Vice President, Frank Cespino, President,
Joseph Dzaluk, Secretary.
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Peter Wolfe, Secretary, Edward Lanigan,
President, Luke Keane, Vice President,
John Freeburn, Treasurer
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Front Row: R. O'Connor, E. Callaghan, l. Lynch, M. Carew, M. Mcl-lenry, M. Jirouschek, K. McNulty, R. Czark. Second Row:
R. Collins, W. Fitzgerald, P. Wolfe, B. Waters, L. Keane, J. Freeburn, T. McFeeley. Back Row: E. Lanigan, T. Duggan,
J. McPhartland, W. McKay, R. Lawler, J. Nohilly, D. Fitzgerald, R. Kuczwaj.
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Arthur Lane, Presidenig Barbara Hughes,
Secretary, Joan Walsh, Vice President,
Robert Hofmann, Treasurer.
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Sitting: P. Ceravolo, M. D'Amlco, J. Gibbons, B. Higgins, J. Walsh, H. Underhill, R. Filipelli, R. Rapena. Standing: F. Hourican,
A. Lane, J. Quandri, J. O'SulIivan, G. Silva, N. O'DriscoII, R. Hofmann, J. Hearty, R. Biehayn, R. McLean, T. Dolan, W. Murphy,
E. Kllloran, J. Garvey, E. Gilson.
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President Zeta Chapter
Beta Gamma Sigma is the National Honor Society for
Collegiate Schools ot Business. lt is equivalent to the
Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society of the Qollege of Arts and
Sciences. Fordham's chapter, knownias Zeta of New
York, was organized in the School of Business in i939
and was admitted to the national organization in the
A member ot B.G.S. is considered a "student" among
"students," membership being based on character as well
as scholastic standing. Members are chosen from the
highest ten percent of the Senior class 'and the highest
three percent of the Junior class.
The purpose of the Society is threefold: to reward
and encourage scholarship and accomplishment, to
promote the advancement and spread of education in
the science ot business, and to foster the principles of
honesty and integrity in business practice.
Due to time limitations we do not have the list of
this year's nominees, but the Class of '57-wishes to con?
gratulate them in advance on a job well done.
Alfred Canal Robert V. Delaney
Rosemary T. Duggan
John J- HlCkeY Jeanne McCarten
Charles V. McGovern . John T. Straton Charles E. Thomas
Ann H. Egan
Ann is Business Manager of the Aries,
was nominated to Who's Who as a Junior
and again in Senior year and has been a
tour year member of the Maroon Quill
staff, serving as Literary Editor in Senior
Frances M. Hannafin
Four years as a member of the Dean's
List and as a gold medal winner, Fran has
distinguished herself as one of the outstand-
ing. She is Vice Prefect of the Sodality
and Vice President of the City Hall Stu'dent
George R. Horrigan
George has served as a fouryear member
of the Student Council and as Vice President
of the Campus Division in his Senior year.
He has been a class officer for three years,
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varsity track star for four years.
James J. Gallagher
As a four year member of the Maroon
Quill staff, Jim has worked his way up to
serve as Editor-in-Chief in Senior year. An
active member of the Accounting Society,
he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Balance
Sheet in his J-unior year.
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Joseph W. Garger
As Business Manager of the Maroon Quill
in his Senior year, Joe has been kept busy.
He has also been a four year member of
the Loyola Business Club and served as
President in his Senior year.
This honor society for co-curricular activi-
ties was inaugurated in the School of Business
in l938 Membership is one of the highest
attainments to which students can aspire.
Membership and the award of the Alpha Beta
Kappa key are presented only to those who, in
the eyes of their fellow students and of the
Faculty have performed outstanding service
to Fordham by fostering her interests through
co curricular activities
This year fourteen seniors were so honored
with this award which serves as Fordham's way
of saying thank you
Joan A. Mannion
Director of the Quill Briefs, Chairman of
the Junior Prom Sweetheart Committee, a
four year member of the Maroon Key and
the Sodality, Aileen has contributed more
than her share' to the School of Business.
She has taken an active part in many other
organizations as well.
Joan served as Treasurer and President
of Gamma Alpha Chi in Junior and Senior
year respectively. She has contributed much
to the Maroon Key Society, The Advertis-
ing Federation of America and The Ameri-
can Marketing Association. Joan is also
Advertising Manager of the l957 Aries.
James V. McPadden
During four years at Fordham, much of
Jim's time has been spent working with the
Balance Sheet and the Accounting Society of
which he has served as Treasurer and Presi-
dent. The Mulry Council of Debate has
also profited by Jim's work and interest.
Raymond A. Meany '
A four year member of the Student
Council, Ray is President of the Campus
Division. The Junior Prom and the Inter-
class Dinner also prospered under his chair-
manship. He is also Managing Editor of the
i957 Aries and was elected to Who's Who
as a Junior and again in his senior year.
John A. Riccillo
Our Editor-in-Chief can still find time to
devote much work to the Accounting So-
ciety. John has also served as Program
Chairman for the Ju'nior Prom, Financial
Chairman for the lnterclass Dinner and as
a class officer.
Raymond W. Rohne
Ray served as City Hall Editor of the
Maroon Quill and, in his Junior year, was
President of the 'Loyola Business Club. He
has also served as Chairman of the Junior
Prom and the lnterclass Dinner.
Eugene P. Spadaccini
Gene has been President of the Propeller
Club, a member of Alpha Delta Sigma
Marketing Fraternity, and an active mem-
ber of the Marketing Club and the Student
Council. His varied talents provided the
decorations for the Junior Prom, the Mis-
sion Dance as well as much of the art and
layout work of the i957 Aries.
W. James Whelan
Pretect of the Campus Sodality, Photog-
raphy Editor of the Maroon Quill and the
Aries, and an active member of the Ac-
counting Society. He has also been a mem-
ber of the Dean's 'List for four years and this
year was nominated to Beta Gamma. Sigma.
Thomas A. Wogan
Tom is Prefect of the City Hall Sodality
and President of the Student Council of
which he's been a four year member. He
has also served on the Ring Committee and
the Annual Communion Breakfast Com-
V' Aileen Hughes, Ann Egan, Joe Garger.
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James Whelan, James Gallagher, Mike Cashman.
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American Universities and Colleges
Each year the students who have been outstanding in their extra-curricular activities
are recommended tor recognition in the annual edition of Who's Who Among Students
In American Universities and Colleges.
The students recognized in this Publication each year are nominated from approxi-
mately 675 colleges and universities. Selections are based on the student's scholarship, his
citizenshipyand services to the school, his promise of future usefulness as well as his partici-
pation and leadership in academic and extra-curricular activities. The student elected to
Who's Who can also profit from the Student Placement Service provided by the organiza-
tion should he need assistance in securing employment or a recommendation.
This year, seventeen Seniors and two Juniors were singled-out to become recipients of
Erich Augustin Dick McKeon. Jim McPadden, Joan Mannion, Tom Wogan.
Front Row: J. Jennings, B. Barrs, W. J. Whelan, E. Taylor, S.J., J. Collins. Second Row: E. Marsico, G. Jordan,
M. Dennehy, G. Schofield. Third Row: T. McBride, W. Nieman, T. Masters, L, Timpone. Back Row: E. Kilkelly,
l-l, Klee, P. Mulvey.
Sodality of Our La.
The Sodality is an international religious society
which became a Papally constituted body in I584 with
the issuance of Pope Gregory XI I'l's Bull "Omnipoten-
Its purpose is the formation of militant Catholic
leaders sincerely bent on reaching the pinnacle of
personal sanctification, sanctification of others, and
defense of the Church. It is for this reason that, just
eight years ago, Pope Pius Xlll issued his Bull "Acies
Ordinata" which contained these words: "Sodalities,
since they answer fully to the present day needs of the
Church, must, in accordance with the will of Sovereign
Pontiffs, keep intact their laws, their character and
We are proud to have one such affiliated Sodality
in our midst. Membership is small, but select. Each
of the Sodalists lives a strict spiritual clay including
Daily Mass, Mental Prayer and the Rosary. And each
Sodalist takes an active part in the spreading of proper
religious sentiments both on and off Campus.
Candidates for the Sodality undergo a full year's
probation before they are admitted. During this
time, they attend weekly lectures and interviews ex-
plaining the Sodality Way of Life and Organizationg
each is then tested as to his performance of the daily
duties and for efficacious intention. At the end of
the probation period, a formal induction ceremony is
held at which each new member solemnly consecrates
himself to the Mother of God. lt is expected that
approximately nine of our thirty-five candidates will
be received in the Spring.
Our work is varied. ln cooperation with the other
Sodalities of the University, we have monthly Days of
Recollection and bi-monthly socials to maintain our
spirit. We have been co-hosts at the two semi-annual
Archdiocesan Sodality Conventions. ln October, we
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sponsored the Annual Mission Dance which this year
netted over nine hundred titty dollars tor the Jesuit
missions. November saw us preparing our Advent
project . . . the introduction ot the Advent Wreath
custom to the Campus and preparation of an unusual
Christmas gift exhibit, as well'as sponsoring a special
Mass for the Hungarian dead in cooperation with the
School of Arts. Our six day retreat was held in Jan-
uary and the Daily Mass Club was launched in Febru-
ary. First Friday Mass, Day-Hop Mass, October and
May Devotions, a symposium in March, and sponsor-
ship ot the Chi Rho Fraternity rounded out our aca-
demic year. But unlike most organizations, we con-
tinue throughout the summer.
Five meetings are planned for this summer which
wil.l include preparation for the Summer School of
Catholic Action, the probation period for next year's
candidates, and other activities ot the coming school
Reverend Eamon Taylor, S.J
W. James Whelan
"Do you know what you're doing, Rose?"
.Sodality of Our La. 0
The Sodality is an association for those who de-
sire to follow Christ more closely within their own
state of life. By following the Sodality rules, the
Sodalist aims at sanctifying himself and working for
the sanctification of his neighbor and the spread of
the Catholic Church.
ln the summer of l956, the Sodalists attended
the Summer School of Catholic Action and returned
determined to bring our Sodality closer to the concept
of a true Sodality. With this end in mind, the pro-
gram was revamped and more emphasis placed on the
spiritual development and progress of the members.
During a six months probation period, a large
group of Freshmen were counselled and instructed by
Ed Kurtzke, Ken Meeker and Ted Reinhard, after
which they were formally received into the Sodality.
ln its active apostolate, the Sodality undertook
the annual Mission Dance in the Fall, the Orphanage
Christmas Party, as well as attendance at Arch-
diocesan Conventions held on the Campus, and a
Front Row: R. Romeo, P. Lee, L. Bernucca, P. DeMaria, B. Bongiorno. Second Row: J. Morris, E .O'Connor, J.
Kelly, C. Gerlinger, J. Guarliglia, J. Critelli, R. Astoreca. Third Row: S, Wallerius, F. Mannino, A. Russo, M.
Goulden, N. Coppola, V. Carney, J. Mannion, M. Hayes, M. Dahme, M. McAllister, L. Meola. Fourth Row: D.
Raftery, N. Philbin, P. O'Neill, E. Kurtzke, W. Leonard, Hi. Mesche, l-l. Winsch, J. Narducci, T. Serocke. Back
Row: K. Meeker, D. Sprague, C. Walsh, D. Cremmins, M. Mesi, T. Scheller, M. Wallace, T. Reinhart.
The Immaculate Conceptzon
Sodality Communion Breakfast. A further addition
to activities this year was an Easter Party held for the
children at Madonna House on the lower East Side,
and a Marriage Forum in the Spring.
The Sodality was greatly aided in all its activities
by the guidance of its Director, Rev. Francis Toth, S. J.
and the leadership ot its ofticersg Dick McKeon, Pre-
fectg Frances Hannatin, Vice Pretectg Ann Egan, Re-
cording Secretaryg and Aileen Hughes, Corresponding
"Oh no! That's an Orange Juice'
Fr. Francis Toth, S.J., Moderatorg Aileen Hughes, Corresponding Sec
retaryg Ann Egan, Recording Secretaryg Frances Hannafin, Vice Prefect
Richard McKeon, Pretect.
Front Row: D. Sweeney, R. Maloney, A. Fallon, T. Wogan. Second Row: R. Boris, J. Harley, J. Morrissey.
Back Row: Moderator, Fr. T. Duross, S.J.g J. Kurtzke.
Sodality of Our La. of The
Tom Wogan and friends.
Tom Wogan and friend.
"Dedicated to developing in the individual lives
of its members a special fervor of Catholic life through
devotion to the Mother of God and to her Son."
There could not be a more perfect dedication
for an organization than that of our Sodality.
Reverend Thomas A. Duross, S.J., served as
faculty moderator for the second year. Under his
able and friendly supervision, another successful year
was entered into the history of the Evening Sodality.
Our prefect, Tom Wogan, along with Father
Duross, started the Sodality calendar with an explana-
tion of ways of fulfilling the Sodality rules. Our aim
of fostering devotion to the Blessed Mother was
At our regular monthly meetings, discussion and
an open forum on the Canon Laws of Marriage domin-
ated the Fall session. Guest speakers were invited and
Benediction was held at alternate meetings.
The Annual Mission Dance, sponsored by the
joint Sodalities, was, once again, an overwhelming
success, and in joining with the Downtown Day Sodal-
ity, we once again helped bring a Merry Christmas
to. the children of a local orphanage.
Lent found the Evening Sodality augmenting
their meetings with Stations of the Cross, and each
member strove to foster individual morning Mass and
Commun-ion by setting the example by his own ef-
forts. The Annual Communion Breakfast of the com-
bined Sodalities was held Palm Sunday.
Prefect Tom Wogan was aided in the manage-
ment of Sodality by Joseph Kurtzke, Vice-Prefect, and
Robert Boris, Secretary-Treasurer.
Thomas A. Wogan
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Front Row: H. Forgione, F. Poczatek, P. Dursi, E. Spadaccini, F. McShane, P. Bugoni. Second Row: D. Christesen,
J. Reilly, D. Sullivan, G. Crowley, J. Lyons. Back Row: A. Haefner, J. Owens, G. Horrigan, M. Cashman, R. Meany.
"But, where will we get the money?
The meeting was opened at 8 A. M. with a prayer
by our moderator, Mr. Diskin.
ere present: ,
The roll was called and all members w
Horrigan, V.P. McShane
Sexton Reilly, Sec.
Meany, Pres. Christesen, Treas.
Dursi, Sec, Weimer
As in the past years, we set out this year to accom-
plish our Constitutional purpose i.e., to represent the
student body of the School of Business, Campus Divi-
sion. We will foster activities for the students, stimu-
late spirit in the school and formulate and coordinate
policies with regard to student interests in cooperation
with the faculty and the administration.
ln the wee small hours of the morning. .
Professor Raymond J. Diskin
Raymond A. Meany
A motion was made that Mr. Dursi be appointed
chairman of Freshman -Reception Committee. Sec-
onded. Vote l6-O-4. Carried.
Mr. Christensen was appointed chairman and
brought forth a new and complete Student Directory.
Vote: unanimous. Mr. Reilly was appointed Chair-
man of the Junior Prom for the campus division.
Vote: l8-O-Z. Carried.
This year witnessed the birth of a new organiza-
tion as Frank McShane requested Council approval to
start a School of Business Booster Club whose express
purpose it was to give extra support to School of
Business activities. The results were surely rewarding
of the work done. Permission was granted. Vote:
Before adjourning a word of thanks is due once
again to our moderator, Mr. Raymond J. Diskin, and
our Assistant Dean, Reverend William E. Boyle, SJ.,
without whose continued interest and support we
would have found impossible to label this year as-
another job "well done." '
The Secretary made a motion for adjournment
after setting the date-for the next meeting. Vote:
The meeting was closed with a prayer by Mr. Dis-
kin, the moderator, at 8:50 A.M.
Thomas A. Wogan
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Dr. Maurice l. Hart
The Student Council functions as a medium of
contact among the students themselves and between
the student body and the administration. lt gives the
students an opportunity to express their views through
their representatives, and is composed of class presi-
dents and representatives of recognized activities of
the City Hall Division. The Council co-ordinates
existing activities and fosters new ones. The year
1956-57 saw the Aquinas Society and the Finance So-
ciety admitted to membership on the Council.
Under the guiding hand of Dr. Maurice l. l-lart,
its moderator, the Council moved through another
successful year. The Twentieth Annual lnterclass
Dinner was an outstanding success, the best in its
history, largely due to the efforts of Dick McKeon and
Roger Musetti. Under the direction of Chris Drako-
poulos, the Student Directory was published at a profit
to the school. The Council also held two successful
dances and sponsored the Annual Communion Break-
fast, the Junior Prom and Senior Week.
Thomas Wogan was elected to the Presidency
with Frances Hannafin, Erich Augustin and Chris
Drakopoulos as Vice President, Secretary and Treas-
Let's have a meeting at the Readeway.
Front Row: E. Augustin, F. Hannafin, T. Wogan, C. Drakopoulos, Dr. M. Hart. Second Row: J. Hickey, T. Lokay
L. Curtin, J. Mannion, R. McKeon, F. Cespino, M. Feenaghfy. Third Row: S. King, B. Woisiri, A. Hughes, A
Egan, R. Boris, J. Thompson, J. Harley. Back Row: J. McPadden, J. Varley, T. Serocke, W. Culhane, M. Johnes
D. Sprague, L. Evangelista, R, Drennan, P. Lee, J. Byrne.
This guy's trying to pull a fast one.
O.K. we mean business.
Front Row: M. Cashman, J. Golligan, E. Bugniazet, E. Spaclaccini, L. Bielski. Second Row: R, Donahue, G. Hor-
rigan, S. Schuler. Third Row: D. Boyle, T. Masters, F. Poczatek. Back Row: J. Viana, J. Kelly, R. Decker,
D. Schwartz, J. McFeeley, L. Dyer.
DEALY HALL airketillg
The prime function of the Marketing Club is to bring the
student into direct contact with the broad field of marketing.
This is accomplished in several ways, particularly through
guest speakers and field trips. Speakers are invited on the
basis of their extensive experience in the marketing world. ln
this manner, the club members are made aware of the prob-
lems awaiting them in their chosen profession.
Since the society is a joint Downtown and Campus organ-
ization, officers were elected to handle the respective divi-
sions. The Uptown Presidency was held this year by Mike
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Front Row: M. McAllister, A. Lagan, L. Curtin, J. McGroary S Wallerius J Quadrino Second Row M Hayes
L. Johnston, D. Gaydos, A. Hughes, H. Enright M Dahme Back Row T Reinhard R Hanley
T. Wendorff, C Drakopoulos
Cashman with Bob Donahue serving as Vice President. The
Downtown officers were President Ed Corcoran and Vice
President Gene Price. The club and its officers functioned
under the guiding hand of Professor Albert G. Romano,
The outstanding activity of the Marketing Club this year
was the production of the Annual Fashion Show in coopera-
tion with G. A. X. The club has long been respected for its
outstanding contributions to the activities of the School of
Professor Albert G. Romano
Kneeling: F. Morina, W. Lenard, T. Serocke, R. Romeo, E. Kurtzke, L. Whyte. Sitting: R. Roussey, J. Bellotti,
P. Sheridan, C. Davis, R. Morgan, J. Gistaro. Standing: M. Gialanella, J. Woytowich, F. Novak, K. Meeker, J.
Sugrue, J. Kelly, J. Schubert, C. Zangara, J. Varley, J. Barry, D, Hesselbirg, J. Edge, R. Cestola, F. McGill,
P. McGuire, J. O'Sullivan, E. Vollmer, W, Sullivan.
city HAISL ,AggQuntrin
' Professor Silvan A. Tesoriere
James V. McPadden
The l956-57 scholastic year marked another suc-
cessful season, in every way, for the Fordham Account-
ing Society. Frequent meetings, alternating between
uptown and downtown, made it possible for the ac-
counting students to meet informally and develop an
interest in accounting far exceeding that acquired in
At these meetings, distinguished men from all
branches of the accounting profession spoke on the
experiences, challenges and opportunities to be found
in their particular fields of interest, which included
public, private and government accounting. Another
customary feature of the Society's meetings was a mo-
tion picture, dealing with one of the many phases of
business. These films always proved to be both en-
lightening and entertaining. At the close of each
meeting, refreshments were served: these, of course,
were always well received by those attending.
The Society's annual dinner-dance was again the
culmination of the year's activities. This affair was
one of the social highlights of the school year for all
We of the Accounting Society feel that, in the
course of the year, through our participation in the
Robert J. Cummins
Society's functions, we have done much to broaden
our outlook on accounting and its place in the busi-
ness world, as well as to become better acquainted
with our fellow students.
Our Moderator this year, as in past years, has been
Professor Silvan Tesoriere, who is now the chairman of
Fordham's accounting department. Uptown officers
Which one was guest speaker?
this year were Bob Cummins, President, James Bell,
Vice-President, Dan Kenny, Secretary, and Tom Mir-
ante, Treasurer. Officers at City Hall were Jim
McPadden, President, Dick Romeo, Vice-President,
Ed Kurtzke, Secretary, and Bill Lenard, Treasurer.
The officers and members join in wishing the Society
and its future members many successful years to come.
Front Row: J. Riccillo, J. Felczalc, E. Kenna, T. Reis, L. l-lenderson, R. Scully. Second Row: J. McAllister, J.
Scarfuri, J. O'Brien, B, MacDonald, W. Koch, l-l, Klee. Third Row: J. Whelan, R. Cummins, P. Talbot, J, Reilly,
R. Conti, R. Riddle. Fourth Row: D. Laura, F. Repetti, F. Owens, D. Chamberlain, A. Haefner, J. Bell. Back
Row: T. Mirante, W. Pfeiffer, D. Duffy, T. Sexton, R. Murrain, J. Kiesling.
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On March 4, l95Z, Fordham University became
the one hundred nineteenth branch or "port" of the
Propeller Club of the United States which has ports
throughout the world and in at least thirty-five other
universities within the United States. On the student
level there are over three thousand tive hundred
students actively engaged in the organization.
Primarily, the aims of the Propeller Club are to
promote and support the American Merchant Marine,
and to aid in the development and improvement of
The port at Fordham was established as a means
of aiding marketing and management majors in be-
coming tamiliar with the business and economic as-
pects ot inland waterways and the Merchant Marine,
since many student members are interested in this
particular phase of the transportation field.
Fordham's Propeller Club has had many films on
various means of transportation, and has attended
many lectures by prominent men who are interested in
student participation in the activities ot this field.
DEALY HALL Prilpellel'
Front Row M Cashman W Grimes E Bugniazet J. Golligan, G. Spadaccini. Second Row: R. Donahue, W.
Ticho S Schuler L Bielski Third Row J Kelly D Schwartz, T. Masters, G. l-lorrigan. Back Row: D. Meise,
L Dyer J Viana J. McFeeley, L. Basile.
Sitting: L. Curtin, J. McGroary, A. Lagan, M. McAllister, S, Wallerius J Quadrino Standing T Reinhard A
Kennedy, R. Hanley, M. Hayes, T. Wendorff, H. Enright, M. Keenan A Hughes M Dahme W Lynch
Club city HALL
A notable achievement ot the year was the publi-
cation ot the bulletin "News-O-Gram" in early Septem-
ber by Lorraine Curtin and A. Robert Donohue. The
purpose of the newsletter is to bridge the gap between
the students, alumni and members ot the business
The otticers responsible tor the carrying out ot the
club's functions wereg Gene Spadaccini, Presidentg Ed
Bugniazet, Vice Presidentg John Colligan, 2nd Vice
Presidentg Gerry Ryan, Secretary-Treasurer. Professor
Mario Tucci again served as faculty moderator. Under
his inspiration and guidance there has been a harmon-
ious cooperation and coordination between the Up-
town and Downtown students as witnessed by the
large attendance at meetings and increased activity of
Dr. Julius Seidl
Tomorrow's top management! GSOVQG R- H0VfiQ-an
DEALY HALL aillaigelilellt
Front Row: J. Macclwia, J. Gallego, J. Ritchie, D. Boyle. Second Row: L. Bielski, J. Lyons, R. Decker, J. Viana.
Third Row: G. l-lorrigan, W. Pendergast, D. Schwartz, J. Saley. Back Row: T. Albino, M. Miniter, P. Neville.
The Management Society of the School of Busi-
ness, including both the Campus Division and the City
Hall Division, day and evening sessions, was organized
in i950 by Dr. Julius Seidl who is its present moder-
The Fordham Management Society acts as a sup-
plement to the classroom by enabling the student to
see many of the various management principles in
actual use. Much of the matter considered by the
society is presented through the use of films which
are made available to the society by many large busi-
ness organizations. The remainder of the activity is
in the form of lectures and field trips. ln this way the
members of the society are provided with some insight
Party in Room 7Ol.
P. McSherry, W. Melville
into management s current activities and techniques,
and they learn just what is expected of the managers
Again this year the Annual Dinner will be one of
the highlights for the ninety members.
The, officers who were elected this year are Albert
Ecklund, Presidentg George Horrigan, Vice Presidentg
Thomas Hughes, Secretary, and James Cullen and
George Bellantoni, Co-Treasurers.
Each year brings more co-operation than the pre-
vious years, and if the eagerness of the underclassmen
is any standard, a growing and increasingly successful
Management Society is in store for the future.
Albert J. Ecklund
Front Row: R. Hatala, H. Arzani. Second
Row: J. Connolly, R. Manning, J. Farring
ton. Third Row: G. Brady, R. Bruno H
Moyna, F. Callaghan. Fourth Row A
Papa, Dr. Seidl, J. Knieriem, R. Purcell
Back Row: P. Cunningham, H. Price J
Morgan, R. Tocci, W. Lyons, E. Healey
So you want fencing? Alex Bookalam
DEALY HALL Econ mics
Front Row: D. Finning, D. Scully, A, Bookalam, G. Esposito, A. Nicolini. Second Row: E. O'Connor, L. Jordan,
W. Kelleher, W. O'Brien, J. Canny. Back Row: J. Mortell, J. Handscome.
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ln its third year of existence, the Fordham Eco-
nomics Club, in order to further the'knowledge and
interest of the students in the field of commerce,
once again resumed its policy of analyzing the eco-
nomics problems of our contemporary civilization as
,they effect business policy and decision.
Among the topics taken for discussion this year
were, "The Tight Money Policy of the Federal Reserve
System and its Repercussions on Our Domestic Econ-
omy" and "The Economic Effects of The Suez Crisis
On Western Europe." Meetings were held bi-weekly,
during which all the members of the Society partici-
pated in the discussions on these critical subjects.
The club was guided by Mr. Davies, who acted in
the capacity of Moderator, and all meetings were pre-
sided over by John Bellotti, President. He was ably
assisted by Al Ecklund, Vice President, Kenneth
Meeker, Treasurer, and Joseph Kelly, Secretary.
The Economics Club is an affiliate of the Catholic
Formed in September, l955 the Economics Club
has grown in 'leaps and bounds in both size and activity
until it now holds a respected position in the activities
of Dealy Hall.
The club functioned this year under the competent
hand of Alex Bookalam. Each Friday the open meet-
ings were filled with interested students to hear the
prominent guest speakers.
Chief among the purposes of the club is the pro-
motion of student interest in contemporary economic
J. Varley, J. Bellotti, A. Papa
T. Serocke, H. Arzani.
matters both domestic and international. Broken down
to more specific points of interest, the group considers
such factors as unemployment, taxation, inflation and
various other problems that continually arise in our
intricate economic system.
The Economics club holds membership open to
any student of the university who wishes to become
better acquainted with the economic world around him,
Last year's moderator was Professor Edward Cook,
who took sabbatical leave this year. His function was
ably handled this year by Mr. David J. Davies.
Professor David J. Davies
John J. Bellotti
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Front Row: N. Penachio, A. Jacobson, L. Jordan, J. Handscomb, D. Scully. Second Row: D. Christesen E. O'Connor A
W. Kelleher, G. Esposito, P. Neville. Back Row: D. Finning, J. Canny, W. O'Brien. l J in '2'. .gil
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Flnance Soczety ..
John B. Handscomb
The Fordham Finance Club has two divisions. One
is located at 302 Broadway and the other makes its
home in Dealy Hall. Despite this geographical barrier
we operate as one unit in our monthly joint meetings.
The Dealy Hall unit meets on the second, third,
and fourth Fridays of each month. Under the leader-
ship of John Handscomb, who is guided by our moder-
ator, Dr. Haig Silvanie, we have presented a varied
program of topics pertaining to financial matters. ln-
dustrial films dealing with financial topics illustrate the
growth of a corporation in an entertaining manner.
We have guest speakers, group discussions, and occa-
sionally a non-financial film.
Dennis Scully is our vice president, Alan Jacobson,
our secretary and Don Christesen handles the funds
as treasurer. We invite all undergraduates to our
meetings as the guests of the Finance Club. We feel
that our subjects are of general business nature and
all students can obtain invaluable training by viewing
our films, participating in our discussions and taking
field trips to banking, commercial, marketing, indus-
trial and processing firms with us.
James Thompson and Tom Packert are president
and secretary of the combined society. Mr. Thompson
heads the downtown unit while Mr, Packert, along
with Raymond Meany, aids in guiding the uptown divi-
sion. All four of the Dealy Hall officers are Juniors,
and we felt that we needed the help of several of our
Senior members who have neld positions of responsi-
bility in this and other organizations.
Since the uptown branch of the Finance Club is
only two years old, it is still a growing organization,
but its positive influence has already been felt by the
School of Business. lt has been instrumental in arous-
ing interest in, and providing valuable extra-curricular
information about the world of finance, which other-
wise would not have been available to the students of
the School of Business.
"Let's have another movie!"
Last minute check before going on the air!
From studios located on the third floor of Keating
Hall, WFUV-FM broadcasts a quality blend of educa-
tional, entertaining, and non-commercial radio to an
estimated listening audience of 300,000 persons,
throughout a 50-mile radius.
This is the voice of Fordham University, at 90.7
on the FM dial, which is on the air from 9:20 in the
morning to ll o'clock at night, seven days a week.
With the exception of certain executive positions this
heavy schedule of broadcasting is handled by the stu-
dents of Fordham-from announcing to publicity, and
including such tasks as continuity, script writing,
engineering, producing and directing.
New announcers are trained by the more experi-
enced WFUV staff men and attend announcing work-
shops before their first on-the-air announcing duties.
Many members of the staff have had professional
experience working at commercial stations throughout
the summer months.
Classical music is the specialty of WFUV and
everything in this type from the operas of Menotti to
the gay can-can music of Offenbach and the progres-
sive jazz of Kenton can be found in the music library
of the station.
WFUV begins its schedule for the day with the
broadcast of the Mass and concludes broadcasting
activities with the evening prayer of Compline. A
day's schedule may include various classical music pro-
grams, frequent newscasts, religious programs, dra-
matic productions, reviews of current literature and
plays, and educational forums. All home basketball
and baseball games of Fordham are also broadcast to
complete the well-rounded program schedule.
Operated by the student, broadcasting the finest
quality of radio entertainment, this non-commercial
FM station is truly what its call letters indicate-Ford-
ham University's Voice.
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Keeping those turntables moving.
Where is the pipe Carl?
The Fordham University Glee Club conducted an-
other successful series of concerts this year under the
direction of Mr. Frederic Joslyn. The year was an active
one indeed, with the Hvocalizing Rams" receiving the
highest praise for each of their performances. For Mr.
Joslyn, fondly known as "Doc", it was his thirtieth
year as director.
Rev. Theodore T. Farley, S.J., moderator of the
organization arranged the active schedule. Included
in their more outstanding performances were the open-
ing concert at Mount Saint Vincent College, the an-
nual Charistmas Concert at the New York Athletic
Club, and the annual Town Hall Concert, the latter
being sold out weeks in advance.
A vocal octet, The Ramblers, made up of members
of the Glee Club, provided interludes of barber shop
and spiritual singing both at regular concerts and spe-
cial engagements. Members of the group are Jack
Mellon, Frank Ryan, Bernie Dengler, Earl Johnson,
Dick Doyle, Gabe Cuculescu, Mike McCarthy and
Jack Burke. Among the Ramblers appearances were
the Freshman Banquet at the Roosevelt l-lotel and the
Fall Fantasy Boarder Dance where they were the fea-
The true spirit of the University is most certainly
exemplified by the Glee Club. This organization has
made a lasting impression on all of us which will
remain far into the future.
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Rock 'n Roll!
Founded in l925, the University Band has become
a beloved tradition on the Fordham campus. lt is one
of the most active organizations on Rose Hill with the
annual Christmas and Spring Concerts highlighting its
indoor activity, These concerts are held in the Band's
new home, Collins Auditorium. The Band also marches
in the Pulaski Day Parade and, along with Fordham's
R.O.T.C. units, in the traditional St. Patrick's Day
A familiar and most welcome sight at all Ford-
ham's home basketball games is a representative dele-
gation from the University Band which, along with the
school songs, entertains the fans with Dixieland jazz
The Band's forty-tive members are under the
direction ot Mr. George Suettert. The moderator has
been Rev. l-larold Mulqueen since l929, making him
almost as much of a Fordham tradition as the Band
itself. The Business School is well represented in the
Band by many underclassmen and graduating senior
Front Row: T. Lokay, G. Egan, M. McKeown, A. Pacelli. Back Row: D. Sullivan, R. Boris, F. Reen, J. Sexton, .
J. Conway, F. Sinnott.
0'Mai1ia Business Club
The O'Mailia Business Club is designed to offer to
the evening students a broader view of business and
industry in general and a knowledge of specific fields of
endeavor while, presenting opportunities in particular
This aim is achieved by inviting guest lecturers
from all phases of business activity: banking, research,
marketing, accounting, investment et al. All the
speakers are prominent men in their fields and well
qualified to offer constructive advice to the students
in the question and answer periods -that follow the lec-
tures. The students also profit from discussions about
their own particular job experience.
Under the direction of Mr, Thomas Hyland, our
moderator, and Thomas Lokay and Frank Sinnott, the
President and Vice President, the club had another
highly successful and profitable year. As in the past,
the year's activities were climaxed by the Annual Busi-
ness Club Dinner, held jointly with the Loyola Busi-
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Thomas J. Lokay
Sitting: P. Conklin, A. Egan, E. Coleman, J. Quadrino, M. Keenan, Standing: P. Lee, W. Loughran, K. Meeker,
C. Zangara, J. Hickey, C. Drakopoulos, V. Sabella, V. Cafarchio, D. Gaydos, D. Raftery, J. Garger, W..Lynch.
Lo ola. Business Club
The Loyola Business Club had a very successful
and active year under the direction of Mr. Robert L.
Koerner, the club moderator. The activities of the
club this past year took the form of a very complete
and varied program.
The primary purpose of our organization is to
acquaint students with the career opportunities in the
various fields of industry and business. To this end,
guest speakers were invited to address the group. The
lecture series was inaugurated with the appearance of
Mr. Paul Centi of the Placement Gffice. Other speak-
ers included Mr. Bryan Marvin of Consolidated Edison
who evaluated the importance of the newly proposed
Indian Point Atomic Energy Project and Mr. Robert
We'll have it painted during the summer, Joan.
Lyons of the New York Telephone Co. who explained
and demonstrated "integrated Data Processing" in the
demonstration room of the New York Telephone Co.
Feeling that it would be beneficial to all con-
cerned, we also incorporated a program of specific
interest and value to the Freshman. The chairman of
the respective school departments addressed the Fresh-
men on the particular values of and requirements for
the fields of study they represented.
Responsible for the complete and well run sched-
ule were Joseph Garger, Ann Egan and Christ Drako-
poulos who acted in the capacity of President, Vice
President and Secretary-Treasurer respectively.
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Front Row: F. l-lannafin, N. Coppola, S .King, D. Sprague. Second Row: J. McPadden, A. Eklund, G. Brady,
J. Polito. Back Row: R. Bardwil, T. Farrell, J. Thompson, K. Meeker, C. Walsh, J. Mason.
ulry Council of Debate
Still boasting with pride over its triumph in win-
ning the First Annual Utica College Debate Tourna-
ment at Utica the previous April, the Mulry Council
of Debate again opened its doors to intra and inter-
mural forensic activities. An intensive membership
campaign brought within Mulry's ranks many fine new
speakers and debaters who, under the guidance of the
Moderator, Dr. Joseph R. Sherlock, and the critiques
of Miss Frances Hannafin, began to ponder, analyze
and debate with the senior members, the national
intercollegiate debate topic, "Resolved that the United
States should cease direct economic aid to foreign
Dr. Joseph R. Sherlock
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The officers of the club were Dering Sprague,
President, Frances Hannafin, Vice President, John
Mason, Secretary, and James McPadden, Treasurer.
The club also had the distinction of having one of its
members, James Mcpadden, elected president of the
Metropolitan Intercollegiate Debating Council.
After a fine year of debating both among them-
selves and with other colleges, Mulry, one of the old-
est extracurricular activities of the school, closed its
year with the annual dinner, at which many former
members were present.
Ra ring to go!
Sitting: E. Daly, A, Fallon, M. Feenaghty, Standing: D. Sweeney, R. Boris, T. Costin, Dr. McClelland,
F. McPherson, G. Raboni, G. Andrews, F. Cespino.
Shealy Debatin Society
Under the able direction and supervision of Dr.
Samuel McClelland, the members of The Shealy Debat-
ing Society conduct debates and forums on subjects of
great importance to the student who is interested in
the affairs of our nation and the rest of the world.
Every evening student is afforded the opportunity to
express himself on controversial subjects.
Each Wednesday evening, the Society holds its
meeting during which a debate or forum is heldj After
each discussion, Dr. McClelland presents a critique
which serves to appraise the ability of the participants.
This part of the organizations program is of great
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benefit to the students. lt aids not only to correct
deficiences in speech, form, and presentation, but
helps to make the student aware of his abilities.
The Shealy Debating Society has this year partici-
pated in intercollegiate debating. The National Topic
was:-Resolve that the United States should cease all
direct economic aid to foreign countries.
All in all, the season was a very successful ancl
profitable one. Much of the credit goes to the officers,
Ann Marie Fallon, President, Gerard De Witt, Vice
President, Mary Feenaghty, Secretary.
Ann Marie Fallon
Front Row: D. Meise, W. Ticho, J. Walsh, E. Campe. SeCOnd Row: L. Dyer, T. Masters, S. Schuler, E. Vinson.
Back Row: E. Spadaccini, R. Patz.
Alpha Delta Sigma
The Ben Dutty Chapter, Alpha Delta Sigma, is
currently in its tourth year ot existence and continues
to grow bigger and better with each passing year. Our
purpose as a Fraternity has been upheld with the high-
est degree ot student integrity. The aim ot "bridg-
ing the gap" between the classroom and the actual
field of Advertising is uppermost in our planning.
The Ben Dutty Chapter will always be indebted to
Prot. Albert G. Romano, our taculty adviser, whose
tireless and unseltish ettorts give the organization its
most valuable asset.
The current slate ot otticers are: Marty Barrett,
Presidentg Richard Patz, Assistant President, George
Connolly, Treasurerg Bob Kelly, Corresponding Secre-
tary and Bob Patterson, Recording Secretary. On their
shoulders talls the task ot maintaining the high stand-
Albert G. Romano
Martin J. Barrett
ards which permeate the National Advertising Fra-
ternity tor Men.
Prominence and unparalleled success has come to
the Ben Dutty Chapter in the past year. ln competi-
tion with all the ADS Chapters in the country, our
newsletter "Rampages" was voted best. First place in
this competition captures the coveted Otto Kleppner
Award. Our own Bob Patterson carved a niche tor him-
selt in the tield and at the same time enhanced the
chapter by taking tirst prize in the AAAN Advertising
Scholarship competition. ln a joint ettort with our
sister chapter, GAX, we captured second place in
national competition tor National Advertising Recog-
nition Week, another teather in our advertising hat.
Last but not least, who will forget the ADS-GAX joint
tashion show, which became the talk ot the school due
to its unprecedented success.
Sitting: M. Barrett, G. Connolly, R. Marone. Standing: J. McGivney
D. Chin, R. Donohue, J, Donohue.
Front Row: D. Buffa, S. Wallerius, M. McAllister, A. Roth, L. Curtin. Standing: L. Meola, A. l-lughes,
J. McGroary, A. Lagan, M. Dahme, J. Quadrino.
anxnxa. Alpha. Chi
Gamma Alpha Chi celebrated its fourth Birthday
in Fordham this year, and received as its most enviable
gift, the Bea Johnson Achievement Award for out-
standing accomplishments in Advertising and its re-
lated fields. This is the highest award to which a
chapter can aspire, since it involves a nation wide
The phenomenal success of the Alpa Epsilon Chap-
ter can be attributed to each and every GAX girl, our
past and present officers, and our enterprising Moder-
ator, Professor Albert G. Ramano. C
In hopes of surpassing our previous record, this
year GAX scheduled an active and versatile program,
and entrusted its members to the capable direction of
its officers: Joan Mannion, President, Aileen Hughes,
Vice President, Lorraine Curtin, Recording Secretaryg
Anna Mae Roth, Corresponding Secretaryg Mary Kay
McAllister, Treasurer, Sondra Wallerius, Alumni Co-
ordinator, and Ann Marie Lagan, Reporter.
The warmest recognition of our success was re-
ceived from our Dean, Father James J. McGinley, S.J.,
when he presented GAX with the epitome of rewards
-our own little corner in 8lOl
What do you think of l.orain's new hat?
Albert G. Romano
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Proofreading by the Board of Directors.
Silvan A. Tessoriere
Frederick F. Repetti
a. ance Sheet
The Fordham Balance Sheet is the official, bi-
annual publication of Fordham's Accounting Society.
Reaching its diamond issue this year, the Balance
Sheet is unique in that it is the only journal to be
undertaken by any of the various societies in the
School of Business, lts purpose it not only to augment
the knowledge the student extracts from the textbook,
but also to provide an organ for written expression, a
tool needed in any modern business situation whether
it be a simple memorandum or a formal financial re-
port. As the journal's founder and moderator, Pro-
fessor Silvan A. Tesoriere states, "This is the mark
of achievement which personnel men seek." The
magazine is continually improving in quality, as is its
prominence outside the university scene. This year
the Balance Sheet was displayed at such business
events as the Automation Show, and the meeting of
the New York Chapter of the National Association of
The editorial board this year consisted of: Fred
Repetti, Editor-in-Chief, Jim McAlister and Jim Mc-
Padden, Managing Editorsig Bill Lenard, Financial
Editor, and Jerry Kiessling, Literary Editor. Since its
inception ten issues ago, six features have appeared
regularly. Of general interest to all were the "Busi-
ness Undercurrentsu column and the Book Reviews
centered on the American commercial scene. "Alum-
ni Briefs" and "General Postings" were continued this
year, these columns being designed to give current
accounts of Accounting Society meetings and former
graduates' progress in the field. More technical
articles covered "Tax Tips" and the unofficial answers
to questions selected from the current CPA examina-
tions. ln addition to these regular features, many fine
articles were contributed on a wide variety of business
Front Row: R. Riddle, J. McAlister, J. Bell, F. Repetti. Second Row: P. Talbot, T. Sexton, J. W. Kelly, T. Mirante.
Back Row: J. Pfeiffer, R. Scully, D. Chamberlain, J. Kiessling.
Front Row: M. Gialanella, V. Carney, T. Serocke. Second Row: J. Mason: A. Lagan! M. McAllister, R. McKeon,
A. Eklund. Back Row: J. Lawler, R. Bargellini, L. Evangelista, W. Culhane, J. Varley. '
Fordham Philosophy Club
The purpose of the Fordham Society of Philosophy
is to afford its members an opportunity to discuss var-
ious topics in light or their philosophical implications.
The Society serves as a medium whereby the student
can build upon the foundation which his classwork
has given him.
The main topic chosen for discussion this year
was the "Natural Law" as it affects the modern man.
An investigation of the ancient writings referring to
the natural law was made and was followed up by an
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analysis of individual thought on the subject. Atten-
tion was then focused on contemporary opinions and
writings. Time was also given to analyzing various
sidelights which inevitably arose.
A great deal of the credit for the success of our
Society 'belongs to Dr. Larry Azar who has given gen-
erously of his time and interest to foster its activities.
He was aided by the student officers: Jack Varley,
President and Ted Serocke, Vice President.
Dr. Larry Azar
John M. Varley
You think you have problems!
An interesting and enlightening year was enjoyed
by the members ot the Aquinas Philosophy Society.
Meeting on alternate Mondays, the club pursued the
general topic ot the history of philosophy from the
pre-Socratic philosophers to those of contemporary
times. Under the competent direction ot Dr. Bernard
B.. Gilligan, conflicting and strange systems of thought
became more than mere words to the students. ln
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William J. Walls
addition, the Moderator answered questions on phil-
osophical and related problems, supplying a list of
philosophical works tor further reading and enjoyment,
especially after graduation. The Society, whose otticers
are William Walls lll, President, and Thomas Keane,
Secretary, will remember these meetings as a source
of pleasure and profit for years to come.
Froht Row: W. Walls lll, Dr. Gilligan, T. Keane. Back Row: J. Kurtzke, J. Lawler, J. Mahon.
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Sitting: M. McAllister, A. Lagan, L. Curtin, J. McGroary, M. Keenan, P. Conklin. Standing: B. Bongiorno, W.
Loughran, J. l-lickey, W. Lynch, K. Meeker, J. Quadrino.
arrett Literar Society
Last year, the Literary Society of Fordham's School
of Business changed its name in honor of Father Alfred
Barrett, S.J., one of the finest literary craftsmen, poet
With his appreciation of the many-faceted literary
field as an example. the Society adopted a diversified
program which varied each meeting's content. lt in-
cluded speakers upon contemporary literary topics,
discussions of controversial works, recordings of noted
authors, and seminars on individual writing attempts.
The accent was placed upon an increased aware-
ness of activity in the field and an all-round compre-
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hensive understanding of it as an essential part of a
business student's educational background.
Dr. Joseph Moriarty, the Society's Moderator, has
been a constant source of guidance and help in the
formation, supervision, and development of the club.
l-le was aided by Erich Augustin, President, Ted Rein-
hard, Vice President, Mary Kay McAllister, Secretary,
and Lorraine Curtain, Treasurer.
lt is our sincere hope that the Barrett Literary
Society will continue to flourish and expand as an in-
trinsic part of the Fordham extra-curricular tradition.
Erich W. Augustin
Dr. Joseph F. Moriarity
ii l ll g l of Business
Sparked by the Fordham University Alumni Federation,
the School of Business Alumni Association has undergone a
sweeping change that presages the most successful year in the
After completely overhauling its constitution and fashion-
ing it after that of a corporate setup providing for carry-over
officers, the association conducted a mail poll of its entire
alumni list to determine the makeup of the nine members of
the Board of Governors. Each alumnus was asked to approve
or disapprove the new constitution and to nominate a candidate
for election to the Board of Governors, with each nomination
being countersigned by five other School of Business alumni.
Close to 400 alumni returned their ballots and approved
the constitution by a virtually unanimous vote. As set forth in
the constitution, one of the major objectives of the association
will be "to foster unity, loyalty and growth among School of
Business Alumni, to promote interest in the science of Business
and to have educational and social meetings."
The constitution provides for the election of Board of Gov-
ernor's members for a term of three years, one-third of the
Board to be elected each year, with no member serving more
than two full terms. The first election provides for the elec-
tion of three members for a one-year term, three for two
years, and three for the full three-year term.
Yesterday's students . . . today's business men.
"Old friends meet."
"Those were the good old days
William D. White
The William D. White Veterans Club' was born at
Fordham last year to provide spiritual, physical and
academic assistance for those of the City Hall division
who served their country in the Armed Forces. The
organization was named in honor of an illustrious son of
Fordham who not only distinguished himself as a leader
of men but gave his life for his country.
Much of the credit for the present sound footing of
the organization goes to our first President, Theodore J.
Schimoler, who gave rnuch time and effort to the club's
formation. Our thanks and congratulations to Ted and
his fellow officers for a job well done.
Working diligently the first year, the club drew up
and ratified a Constitution and was admitted to the
Student Council. Semi-monthly meetings were held to
discuss matters of importance to the veterans. On two
different occasions, the members attended Masses
The wise old men.
offered forthe repose of the soul of William D. White.
Two successful socials were held and the year was cli-
maxed by a wonderful outing,
To continue the work started by Ted, we elected
Marty Barrett, President, Bill Sullivan, Vice President,
Ed Corcoran, Treasurer, and B.obl'Donohue, Secretary, for
the year i956-57.
This year, we are grateful to have the guidance of
Mr. O'Neil, S.J., our faculty adviser. His sage remarks
and sound suggestions have guided our every move.
ln addition to our regular meetings and the many
social activities, the club sponsored a University wide
Communion Breakfast, attended by the Vets Clubs from
all the schools of the University.
We look forward to the continued growth and suc-
cess of this organization.
Martin J. Barrett
, Front Row: R. Bartkus, G. Connolly, J. Donohue, M. Barrett, F. Callaghan, R. Hester, R. Bittles.
Second Row: T. Costello, G. Brady, J. Deady, T. Mahoney, P. Dunleavy. Back Row: .J. Craig,
E. Cororan, R, Marone, J. Ryan, J. Connolly.
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What'll it be-Beethoven or Brubeck?
The l956-57 year was launched with the election
of a new slate of officers. Ken Meeker was elected
President, Joe Kelly Vice-President, and Dave Raftery
Secretary-Treasurer. The meetings progressed under
the supervision of our Moderator, Professor Christian
As the pendulum swung toward jazz, the influx
Professor Christian Oehler
of more and more members becameapparent. As 'in-
terest grew, the syncopated strains of the jazz masters
were dominant at our Thursday meetings. This year's
program successfully integrated jazz and the classics
to bring about a happy medium. Through the use of
guest speakers and open discussions, each of the
members received a broader concept and a greater
appreciation of the universal language of man, music.
Sitting: M. Keenan, D. Raftery, K. Meeker, M. Dahme, J. Quadrino, P. Conklin. Standing: D. Gaydos, A. Kennedy,
C. Zangara, D. Wright, N. Lore, T. Wendorff, V. Sabella, P. Lee, R. Hanley, W. Lynch, C. Drakopoulos.
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Profesor John E. Reddy
James J. Gallagher
Editor in Chief
Thomas B. O'Connor
Raymond VV. Rohne
City Hall Editor
Aileen M. Hughes Ann H. Egan Edward A. Kilkelly Gene "ain't" there but that's his coat
Quill Briefs Director Literary Editor Sports Editor
BOARD OF G0 VERN ORS
City Hall Editorm..- ....... ..-...,...-.ug-.....-..........-.-..........--....-.-....Ray Rohne
Evening Editor.-- .... .......-..-- .... -.-.....,-...---.-Thomas B. O'Connor, Ir.
Quill Briefs Directors.-. .... -..-.......---.. .... .---,--...-..--..-..Aileen Hughes
Sports Editor-t. ...... -..,,-... ...... -.,.-...--- ...... -..,-...- .... -..--.-.--..--.......-.Ed Kilkelly
Literary Editor.. ...... -- .... -- .... - ..., - .... -..-- .......... --- ......... -..-.........---,,.Ann Egan
Associate Editor.. ....... -.. .-.Mu .............. -.-.-.---. Robert K. Bethencourt
Managing Editor... ...... ..- .... -..-s..-.,. ...... ..--- r.,. -,-.-.--.....-..---..--..-s-Dermis Scully
News Editor...4.,---.-- .... ..-- .... --.N ..... -- .....,... - .......... ---...-----..iDon Boyle
Business Manager- .... --.----------.-...--..- ........,. --..--...-,...l,.-Joe Garger
Staff Manager--- ...... ,..--..-..-..,...,...---....-..,.--- .r.... -.......--..---......Fred Repetti
Circulation Managers ...... --.-..--- ........, ---.-.Bob Boris, Erich Augustin, Bob Scully
Staff Photographer.,1,..-u-. .-.. ..........., - ..,. - .... -...-...-.-- .... --- ........ -..-- .......... ---.--,-Iim Whelan
Staff Artist... ........... I1 ...... --..-..--- ..... ..,--..- .... - .... -.--.-....- ........., - .... .... . .-4.-..Bill Murphy
' GENERAL STAFF Q '
Virginia Camey, David Chamberlain, John Collins, Lorraine Curtin, Chris
Drakopoulos, Fran Hannafin, Bob Hatala, Alan Jacobson, Mary Keenan,
Mary Kelleher, Ioan Mannion, Iohn Marrinan, Arm Marie Lagan, Mary Kay
McAllister, Jim McAlister, Dick McKeon, Ioan Quadrino, john Riccillo,
Dick Romeo, Ted Serocke, Thomas Sexton, ,Tack Varley.
Gary Arzoomanian, John Brennan, Tom Brennan, Bill Carter, Stan Fitz-
gerald, Dave Hughes, Tom Kearns, Art Kennedy, Toe LaRocca., John Mac-
Neil, jerry Muro. -
Professor john E. Reddy
Terminating its sixteenth year of publication, the
MAROON QUILL has remained one of the outstand-
ing mediums for student expression in the Fordham
School of Business. The i956-57 school year was far
from an ordinary one for the paper and its staff. It
was a year which all the staff may reflect upon with
pride in the realization that-both'its members and the
QUILL have undergone a "year of transition."
This was the first year that the campus staff spent
in Dealy Hall, far away from the QUILL office in Reidy
Hall. Although this was a difficult obstacle, over-
come only by numerous daily cross-campus treks, it
proved no deterrent to the spirited and interested
This year was also one which marked the second
change of .QUILL moderators in the sixteen year his-
tory of the publication. Our erstwhile moderator of
Some pa rty, heh!
Can you tell us where the "CompusH The best paper on Campusp?
cigar-smoking fame, Professor Michael T. Casey, was
relieved of his position so that he might prepare for
his sabbatical leave which he took during the second
semester. His sharing of the editors' anxieties and his
cooperation with the efforts of each and every mem-
ber of the staff have served as a stimulus throughout
the years. Mr, John E. Reddy, Assistant Professor of
English, became the new moderator and continued in
the fine cooperative spirit established by his prede-
Ten issues of the QUILL reached its two-thousand
readers this year, each one reflecting the talents and
labors which were behind it.
The MAROON QUILL-published by and for the
School of Business-was again this year a worthy repre-
sentation of the quality and integrity of the Fordham
School of Business and its student body.
They're only making believe.
Cheers, five more issues to go
Don't you have any info for my "briefs."
Joseph W Garger
Robert K. Bethencourt
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Dr. James J. Flynn
John A. Riccillo
Professor Richard Sexton
Ann H. Egan
Richard F. Romeo
Raymond A, Meany A Anyone know who our Editor-in-Chief is?
The i957 version of Aries first saw the light of day
last May with the selection of its staff. lt was at this
time that a seemingly endless circle of creation and
revision began. Once the material for biographies,
class histories, sports, activities, and feature articles
had been gathered, it had to be organized, rewritten,
and proofread. Then, when the articles were returned
by the printer in the form of galley proofs, they had
to be proofread again and worked into their respective
layouts and coordinated with pictures and art work.
While the literary staff was engaged in the actual
production of the yearbook, our business staff was
"pounding the pavements" for advertisements. They
discovered quickly that this process involved more
than asking someone to subscribe to an ad. Persever-
ance paid dividends, however, and financial support
plus valuable experience were gained.
We now realize the enormous amount of time
and effort required to produce a yearbook conforming
to the high standards set by those, of previous years.
We are now a wiser, wearier, but, we hope, a success-
Campus, please.. . . ll!
This yearbook is one continuous Party!!!
Eugene P. Spadaccini
John W. Kelly
Edward M. Marsico
W. James Whelan
Frances M. ul-lannafin
Managing Editor .
Associate Editors .
Assistant Editor .
Literary Editors .
Art Editor . .
Art Assistants . .
William J. Carter
No erasing Lenny . . .
ARIES EDITORIAL STAFF
. . John A. Riccillo
. . Raymond A. Meany
Richard F. Romeo
. . Richard L. Patz
lGeorge R. Bill
. . Edward M. Marsico
lJohn W. Kelly
iFrances M. l-lannafin
Leonard E. Bielski
. Robert J. Cummins
Stewart J. Schuler
. Eugene P. Spadaccini
. Paul F. Held
lRosalie E. Bruno
. W. James Whelan
This is work!!! 194 l can be exotic, too.
Who doesn't belong in this picture??? The
Photo ra h Assistants . . . ljohn J' Mason
9 p Y 2Thomas J. Masters
Sports Editor . . . . William J. Carter
Sports Assistants . . . Edward A' Kilkelly
iStanley G. Fitzgerald
ARI ES BUSINESS STAFF
Business Manager .
Financial Managers .
Boosters Managers .
Financial Secretary .
. . .Ann H. Egan
George R. Horrigan
Joseph W. Garge
Thomas B. O'Connor
. Joan A. Mannion
lThomas T. Sexton
lVirginia L. Carney
. Aileen M. Hughes
Theodore C. Serocke
Robert F. Donahue
John J. Mason
Editor, the finished copy! .
Joan 'A. Mannion
brains shall meet.
George R. l-lorrigan
Thomas B. O'Connor
Put a shine on those shoes, mister!"
From my experience l found . . .
The United States Army Reserve Officers Training
Corps program at Fordham University is based on a
General Military Science curriculum. lt is designed
to produce second lieutenants who, by their education,
training and inherent qualities are suitable for contin-
ued development as officers of the U.S. Army and
U.S. Army Reserve.
Graduates are subject to assignment to any branch
of the Armyg however, it has been the continuing
policy of the Department of the Army to consider indi-
vidual desires as well as professional training and
qualifications in making assignments.
Fordham University has had military units on cam-
pus as far back as l885. In l926, after many years
of intermittent military operations, the present R.O.
T.C. program was established under the terms of the
National Defense Act. The i956-i957 Army R.O.T.C.
enrollment at Fordham was 638 cadets.
"The chosen few."
"What's this thing."
Last summer lOO of this year's graduates attended
the R.O.T.C. summer camp at Fort Bragg, North Caro-
lina. There the cadets underwent rigorous training
for six weeks under the supervision of R.O.T.C. cadre
and members of the 82nd Airborne Division.
Summer camp is the "acid test" for the cadets.
At Fort Bragg the rotating command system enabled
the cadet to assume command positions as high as
company commander. Cadets are evaluated and judged
during this process and those who demonstrate out-
standing leadership capabilities and qualifications are
recommended as Distinguished Military Students.
Upon graduation these students are offered commis-
sions in the Regular Army.
R.O.T.C. has long been the Army's principal source
of officers and Fordham has established a reputation
of supplying junior officers who rank with the finest.
Our finest with the
The first Air Force Unit, known then as the Army'
Air Corps Unit, was established at Fordham in the fall
of 1946. ln the fall of 1947, this unit became a United
States Air Force Unit, specializing in training future
Reserve Officers in Air Force Administration and Mili-
tary Management. Air Science was added to the Uni-
versity's program in 1949 and was raised to separate
departmental status in 1954.
At the present time Air Force R.O.T.C. Detach-
ment 525 is under the command of Colonel Raymond
The purpose of the Air Force R.O.T.C. unit is to
provide Commissioned Officers of Flying and Observer
Grade for the Air Force Reserve and the Regular Estab-
The Air Force gets the gravy and the Army gets the beans."
f s ay-. .
"lt sure is."
To insure fulfillment, all cadets receive rigid
mental and physical tests throughout their four years
training. On the basis of these tests and summer camp
performance the i953 Air Science I class, composed
of over ZOO cadets, has dwindled to 30 AS IV cadets,
now graduating seniors. Of these thirty cadets, nine
are from the Business School. They are: Daniel M.
Bianca, Paul G. Bugoni, Donald A. Duffy, John J. Far-
relly, Edward M. Marsico, John F. O'Brien, James A.
Salmon, Stewart J. Schuler, and Frank P. Walters.
During the past summer, under the auspices of
the R.O.T.C., thirty Seniors from Fordham University
experienced a four week tour at Lockbourne Air Force
Base, adjacent to Columbus, Ohio. At Lockbourne, a
base of the Strategic Air Command, the cadets were
subject to a rigorous and intense training schedule.
Besides disciplinary and physical training, they were
introduced to many phases of the Air Force's being
and operations, with due emphasis on the necessity of
duty, honor, sound leadership and effective teamwork
in every military activity and operation. Rising offi-
cially at 5 a.m., constantly on the march throughout
the day, they welcomed taps at 9 p.m. Under the per-
ceptive eyes of their Tactical Officers, the cadets were
rated in accordance with their ability to display leader-
ship qualities in every situation in which they were
Looking back on camp, they feel it was a unique
experience which they will remember for the rest of
"Off we go . . ."
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barked upon their annual retreat, the spiritual complement'of the
exams. Like the exams, the retreat lectures were reviews, but
guaged to register the students spiritual maturity rather than his
Fr. George Flattery, S.J., conducted the uptown exercises, his
talks reflected over a decade of experience in giving retreats
throughout many of the country's parishes and schools.
In contrast to the last few years, all the students, upper and
lower classmen alike, made the retreat simultaneously in the Uni-
versity Chapel from January 29th through February lst, Closed
weekend retreats were available to students who wished a more
complete divorcement from their material surroundings,
Mass and Holy Communion started each day, succeeded by
three Meditations and Benediction, allowing time for breakfast
and lunch breaks. Fr. Flattery's talks, based upon the spiritual
exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola, aimed at developing in us a pious
devotion to do God's will. Stress was laid -on means of attaining
this end: the value of mental prayer, and the nourishment of daily
Fr. Flattery concluded the retreat with the Papal Blessing, em-
phasizing that the days ensuing the retreat were the critical ones,
the ones which would try our resolutions.
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making mistakes and fumbling the ball. The captain signals to the referee.
Time is called. The coach gathers his team around himg points out their
mistakes and why they are making them, shows the weak points of their
defense and how to strengthen it.
The team goes back into the game with renewed spirit, sound strat-
egy and determined will.
This is what a retreat is - Time out!
Reverend Charles Dolan, SJ., Retreat Master and coach par excel-
lence, took us through a series of conferences, helping us to analyze our
problems, clarify our perspective. The retreat was held this year at mid-
semester, January 29th through February lst. The three day schedule
consisted of Mass, a short recess, a conference, the rosary and Stations
of the Cross followed by a second conference. The Retreat closed on
Friday morning-with Mass and the Papal Blessing.
ln the course of his conferences, Father Dolan covered a wide range
of subjects. He emphasized sin, its utter stupidity and absolute ingrati-
tude, He spoke of the necessity of getting close to Mary, of adjusting
our concepts of her so as not to forget her humanity. l-le also spoke of
the Passion, and of Death and Judgement.
And we finally found out why the wine ran out at Canal
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On Palm Sunday, April l4, the annual Communion Break-
fast was held in the Mural Room of Keating Hall following the
Mass in the University Church, celebrated by the Reverend
James J. McGinley, S.J., Dean of the School of Business.
Although attended principally by the students and staff
of the School of Business, many alumni were present to com-
pliment the large turnout for this Lenten Breakfast.
The principal speaker for the occasion was the Reverend
Thurston N. Davis, S.J., editor of "America" and prominent
speaker on current religious and moral problems. The topic
of his talk was "Censorship and Martin Luther." Father Davis'
first hand treatment of this provocative subject proved
to be both interesting and informative, All those in at-
tendance benefited from his straightforward presentation and
The Chairman of this year's Breakfast was Mr. Eugene P.
Spadaccini. Gene expressed his thanks and appreciation for
the aid given him by his Assistant Chairman Raymond J.
Meany, Sales Chairman Leonard E. Bielski and Financial Chair-
man John W. Kelly.
ln the spirit of the day and the Holy Season of Lent many
attended the matinee performance of "O My People" after
the Breakfast. The activity of the day proved to be both spirit-
ually successful and socially enjoyable. '
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Among the memories firmly lodged in our minds
will be the one of December l, i956 when the Twenti-
eth Annual lnterclass Dinner was held. l-low well it
lived up to the theme of "One Enchanted Evening"
became obvious as the night progressed.
Everyone wanted to come, but there just were not
enough tickets. Those of us fortunate enough to
attend the affair at the Brass Rail saw a capacity
crowd 'of faculty and students mingling socially. We
were particularly honored by the attendance of so
many of the administration, especially Very Rev.
Laurence J. McGinley, S.J., President of the Universi-
ity, and Rev. James J. McGinley, S.J., Dean of the
School of Business. ,
The awards were many, taking up the major por-
tion ofthe program. After Gold Medals for scholastic
achievement had been presented, the Dean's List read,
and the Alpha Beta Kappa keys awarded to Seniors
for outstanding participation in extra-curricular activ-
ities, the students who had won Industrial and Com-
petitive scholarships were introduced. The address by
Charles A. Patterson, Chairman of the New York City
Transit Authority proved keenly interesting as he dis-
cussed our "underground railway" system and how it
personally effects us. An added feature was a brief
talk by Vincent McKeon '52, President of the Busi-
ness School, Alumni, encouraging everyone to become
active in the organization after graduation.
The icing on the cake came with the presentation
of "The Real Tales of the South Pacific." The audi-
ence thrilled to Patrick Dunleavy as Emil de Becque
and Marty Barrett as Lt. Joe Cable singing the incom-
parable love songs to Patricia McGovern as Ensign
Nellie Eorbush and Lorain Meola as Liat. With the
chorus composed of City Hall students, and mostly
Seniors, they helped to make the dinner unforgettable.
Our thanks goes to this group, and to Dick Mc-
Keon and Roager Musetti, Co-Chairmen of this highly
successful event, for the wonderful job they did.
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Bring on the music.
Hurry the picture, our ginger ale awaits without.
On the evening of February eleventh the Fordham
gymnasium took on a military air to provide a proper
setting for the Fourteenth Annual Military Ball. The
theme of the Ball was based upon the North Atlantic
Treaty Grganization, with flags of its seventeen mem-
ber nations artistically draped along the sides of the
gym against a background of national blue.
The affair was sponsored by the Cadet Officers' Club
and was under the direction of its President, George R.
Horrigan. The guests were most courteously attended
in the military manner by members of the Pershing
Rifles. . '
There were three hundred couples on hand to enjoy
the music oflfincent Lopeziand his orchestra. The high-
light of the evening was the choosing of the Queen of
the Ball ,andherr attendants. While the Senior cadets
danced wIthf't'h.elir!idat.es the cadre judgeschose eight
finalists. debate lovelyW.Miss Doris Giesin
was choser1g,Quleeni and Qwest-crowneid by Cadet George
Horrigan Whoralfslo presented hier witha gold calendar
bracelet i'ngsCli?iiibel'Cl in memory of the occasion.
The Miil'itallry Ball once, again
proved,ftQ5l5le'fone i.Vyt.l o i.'. evenfsfoln the4'Fo rd-
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We danced the whole night through!
Aha! . . . Do I see milk?
"A DUTCH TREAT'
The Mission Dance, conducted by the Sodalities, was held
October 22, l956, and over five hundred couples came and
danced to the music of Bill McCarthy. The dance heralded the
opening of the social season of the School of Business, and had
a two-fold purpose, not only is it consistently one of the most
memorable functions of the year, but also, the entire proceeds
are sent to help support a Jesuit Mission in the Caroline or
Marshall Islands. This year a record 213950 was sent to the
This was without a doubt, the most successful and best
attended Mission Dance in the history of the school. Ed Kil-
kelly and Ted Serocke deserve our most heartfelt thanks for
making this dance the success it was. They were ably assisted
by Ticket Chairman, Mike Cashman, and Financial Chairman,
John W. Kelly.
This year's theme was "Dutch Treat." The sets and
decorations were the most elaborate and picturesque ever seen
on Campus. The students danced amidst a field of tulips, wind-
mills, and Dutch settings, which were created by Gene Spad-
accini, our Decorating Chairman, and Paul Held, who painted
a group of murals never to be forgotten.
The Sodalists and their friends are to be thanked and
highly praised for all their hours of arduous work and months of
preparation. A special note of thanks should be extended to
Rev. Eamon A. Taylor, our Moderator, for his concerted and
As always, another traditional function fades into the
background with all its predecessors, but not without a true
feeling of accomplishment and a fond wish of success, in the
Fordham manner, for each succeeding Mission Da.nce.
The Queen and her attendants.
Anyone see Gene's date?
That's a windmill!
Watering the flowers?
Hall . . . The gangs all here.
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Bottle, bottle who s got the bottle?
What, no more refreshments?
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This is our WORK committee????
These are palm leaves?
The night of April 27th will long
be remembered as the occasion upon
which the University gymnasium took
on the appearance of the South Sea
Isles as 'iTropicana," our Junior Prom,
Amidst tropical settings and decor-
ative palm trees, some 250 couples
danced to the continuous music of
Dick Kontrimas and his orchestra.
The theme, "Tropicana," was cre-
ated by the effective combination of
multicolored lights, silhouetted palms
and unique tropical foliage. All the
credit for the unusual atmosphere is
due to the work and ideas of Gene
Spadaccini and his committee whose
carloads of lumber, crepe paper, artifi-
cial palm leaves and straight pinswere a
common sight during those last weeks
The music provided by our popular
campus orchestra continued uninter-
rupted to augment the already estab-
lished atmosphere. -Occasional vocals
by the popular Karen Wood added to
the evening's festivities.
Time passed so swittly thatit seemed
we had hardly had an opportunity to sit
back and enjoy the evening when it was
time to select our "Queen of Tropi-
cana." Lovely Ellen Watson, escorted
by Johnny Hanlon, was chosen queen
from among those present. Awards
including an original "Elaine Hutton"
creation were presented to the queen,
along with jewelry for her attendants
and their escorts. A committee of the
tacultyjmade the usually arduous task
an easy and freely flowing selection.
The work of co-chairmen Ray Meany
and Ray Rohne certainly went rewarded,
as was evidenced by the long talked-ot
experiences of one night of tropical
The enjoyment and excitement tar
behind, we have truly established
"Tropicana" as a once in a lifetime
occurrence-one we will never forget.
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Moments to' remember
How was the cocktail party?
The Bread of Life.
"Daughter of Jarius, maiden, arise .
"0 My People!"
This year, once again, "O My People," the Drama of
Gethsemane, was presented as a part of the tradition founded
three years ago by Alfred Barrett, SJ., its originator and author.
This original Passion Play, presented in two acts, experienced
another successful run and all of its' twelve performances
were before full houses. Having been in rehearsals since the
beginning of the second semester, this play, perhaps the most
successful in Fordham's history, was a fitting tribute to the
more than one hundred members of the Fordham family who
participated in the direction, production, casting and business
management of this Lenten show-all under the very capable
production and direction of Father John Leonard, S.J.
Many of last year's cast returned to lend their experience
to more, newer talent in the staging of New Yorlds own Pas-
Passing sentence on l-lim Who is King of the Jews.
Romeo in the portrayal of Christ.
sion Play. Their seemingly endless work and devotion will
continue to be re-enacted on the Fordham stage as a fitting
compliment to themselves, to Fordham and to the memory
of the late Alfred Barrett, SJ.
The kiss of a traitor.
A look into our future. Bargaining forthe Blood of an Innocent Man
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Georgetown 74-69. 'With soph
and setting up numerous shots the Rams
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narrowed to 35-83 at 15:00 and
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which it held by a Whisker until
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The Jasper frosh pulled a
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Coach Johnny Bach's boys opened the l956-57 campaign with an easy
win over Toronto University, at the Fordham gym. Three nights later they
played their first tough opponent and wound up on top, beating Maryland
68-62. Jim Cunningham gave an indication of what was to come as he poured
through 27 points, followed by Soph John Brady with l6.
The Rams then returned home and suffered their first defeat. With
Yale's red-headed scoring twins John Lee and Larry Downs hitting for 28 and
24' points respectively, the Eli rallied from a 5-point half-time deficit to win
75-7O. Fordham had a poor night from the floor hitting only l8 field goals,
and only good foul shooting kept them in the game. Columbia's 5' 9" wizard,
Chet Forte, threw in 32 points in leading the Lions to a 99-84 conquest of
Fordham. Five Rams his double figures but it was not enough to catch the
Jet and his mates.
Following these encounters with the boys from the lvy League, the Rams
took a trip to New England and picked up easy wins over Rhode Island and
Providence., Big Bill McCadney with 29 and Jim with 26 led the Rams to an
87-86 overtime win over Holy Cross in one of the season's most exciting
games. l I
lt was now tournament time and the Rose Hillers took on Miami of Ohio
in the opening round of the Cincinnati'Tournament, and with Cunningham
pouring in 3l , won 67-60. However, in the final against the U. of Cincinnati
the Rams lost an early.lead and were defeated 73-67.
Vin Cox drives between Seiden
Cunningham shoots against Pascal. Cunningham hits again.
DeGroat rebounds against Syracuse.
Brady drives against Bill Chrystal.
The Rams now returned to the Garden for the Holiday Festival to face
Temple. 'Cunningham tried hard, hitting for 33, but it was not enough to'
stop the Owls and their one man gang, Guy Rodgers, who, in addition to-
scoring 30 points, was all over the floor, stealing, rebounding, setting up his
mates. Mike Cashman chipped in with l7 for Fordham. ln the consolation
games, the Rams beat Niagara and lost to St. John's.
The first week of the new year found the Rams pitted against two of the
top clubs in the East. Against Canisius, rated number 15 at that time, Fordham
played very poorly and was beaten by i3 points. Returning home, Bach's boys
were belted by Syracuse 93-76. The Orangemen broke the game wide open
early in the first half and were never seriously threatened.
At this point the season record stood at 7-7, However, in the second part
of the season the cagers won nine of the last twelve to bring the season record
to l6-lO. They started the streak with an easy win over Army and then came
back to beat Connecticut 68-67 in a tremendous down-to-the-wire ball game.
Jimmy Cunningham with 25 and John Brady with 20 led a second half surge
which saw the Rams convert an l l-point halftime deficit into victory,
The momentum of the spirited cagers was halted as they dropped a two-
point decision to C. C. N. Y., but they bounced right back to knock off
Georgetown 74-69. Cunningham hit for 32, but it was a little sophomore,
Vinny Cox, starting his first game, who sparked the Rams. Paired with experi-
enced Ed Bugniazet, Cox played a strong floor game, a quality in which the
Rams had been sorely lacking.
At this point, "Buzzy" Larkin took over for the hospitalized Johnny
Bach and won two out of three. The first was a real squeaker, 69-68 in over-
time over Villanova. Cunningham's 32 including I9 of 23 from the charity
stripe, led the way to a 76-73 conquest of Niagara. Bill McCadney also
sparkled, out-rebounding Boo Ellis and outscoring the Eagles' star 23 to l9.
ln the next game "the human pogo stick," Cal Ramsey of N.Y.U., was too
COX in ffouble against the Redman. 226 McCadney shoots over Parenti's outstretched hands.
Cunningham drivesvfor two against St. John's. Soph John BVGCJY Hits iol' twv-
much for the Rams. Ramsey scored 29 points and was the winner of 'the
Maroon Quill Trophy. Cunningham hit for 25, including point No. l,OOO of
his career, but it was not enough.
The cagers celebrated Bach's return with a tremendous 83-77 win over
St. John's. Bill McCadney with ZO and Jim with 26 were the big guns. Down
at Philadelphia's Palestra the surging Rams were derailed by La Salle as Alonzo
Lewis scored 3l. Returning home the Maroon knocked off the high flying
pirates of Seton Hall, 76-75. Cunningham scored 28, one more than the sup-
posed super star, portly Dick Gaines.
In a tuneup for the big one with Manhattan, Fordham defeated Rutgers
74-64. Four men, led by Cunningham and Brady with 20 and i8 points
respectively, hit double figures.
Against the Jaspers the Rams played a great team game. With ten
minutes to go in the game, the Rams held a slim one-point lead. At this point
Cunningham hit for two buckets, and Captain Ron Kuehn hit with two sets to
swell the lead to eight points, and the Jaspers were through for the night. A
well-executed Fordham freeze ensued, sparked by a 60 second solo exhibition
of expert dribbling and quick reflex action by Jim Cunningham. Jimmy was
high man with 24, followed by Brady and McCadney with i8 and Bugniazet
The Manhattan game provided a fitting finale to the exciting and suc-
cessful careers of graduating seniors Ed Bugniazet and Mike Cashman and
Captain Ron Kuehn.
This season saw Jim Cunningham take his place among thenall-time Ram
greats. He scored 640 points for a 24,6 points per game average, eleventh
best in the nation. He was named to the All-Met first team and received
honorable mention on the AP All-American team. If he comes through with
another good year he has a chance to break Conlin's one season scoring record
of 675 points and an outside chance of breaking Big Ed's total point record
of i,886. -
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ln Memoriam to Rameses XVII,
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Fordham Baseball coach Jack Coffey started the
i956 season with confidence that he was fielding a
winning team. He felt that he had a seasoned combi-
nation of veterans plus a sprinkling of sophomores
with which to carry the Rams to the N.C.A.A. tourna-
ment at the end of the year. lt appeared as though he
was right as the Rams started the season with victories
over Kings Point and C.C.N.Y. ln the City game the
red-head from Dealy Hall, Jack McQuade, made head-
lines in the local dailies by striking out l7 men, one
less than the existing Fordham record set by former
Bushwick star Gene Bowe.
The Rams hit their stride as they reeled off two
more victories before being beaten by high-ranking
Lafayette, 4-3. Coffey's boys quickly rebounded as
they knocked off Navy and Georgetown on the annual
Southern swing, with McQuade posting his third win
The Columbia Lions handed the Rams their sec-
ond setback of the campaign, but Fordham took two
easy ones from Queens and Brooklyn Colleges. At
this point the record stood 8 wins and 2 losses and the
chances of receiving an N.C.A.A. bid looked very
good for Fordham.
But the N.Y.U. game gave some indication of what
was to come. The Rams won 5-2, but in doing so only
managed to gather 4 hits. Following this a real-hit
famine set in and Fordham lost to Manhattan 3-l, and
was held to three hits in a doubleheader against Rut-
gers, losing 2-O, 4-3. St. John's and Colgate followed
by beating the "hitless wonders" before the Rams won
their last game over Princeton, 3-O. Thus, over the
last six games of the year, the Maroon scored only
Little Don Haig.
As a result of its late season batting woes, Ford-
ham wound up with a lO-7 record and no tourney
bid. Despite the poor batting, however fireballer Jack
McQuade managed to attain a 5-3 record with an
amazing L89 Earned Run Average and win the Most
Valuable Player Award.
A big part of Fordham's batting failure was at-
tributed to the injury of Don Haig, the Rams' sparkling
centerfielder. As a sophomore in i955 Don gained
mention on the N.C.A.A. District All-Star team and
was counted on to be the leading batter in l956. With
the coming of the 1957 season, and the healing of his
leg injury, it is expected that Haig will regain his
batting prowess and, along with workhorse pitcher
Jack McQuade, lead the Rams on to success on the
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Front Row: E. Kilkelly, W. Bryant, N. Holden, Captain E. McGuirk, A. Cunningham, T. Brennan
Back Row: P. Bopko, B. Wetjen, J. MacNeil, Coach A. O'Connor, R. Kraus, E. Winrow,
R. Mackin, B. Condon.
The longest and most demanding of all the inter-
collegiate sports on Rose Hill is track and field. The
season is divided into the indoor lDecember to Marchi
and outdoor lApril to Junei campaigns. The Rams
thinclads train for the board races on a portable eleven
lap banked track which is located on Jack Coffey field.
The Spring meets are prepared for on the cinder oval
adjacent to the Gymnasium.
Arthur W. lArtiel O'Connor, who has been Ford-
ham's track mentor for the past decade, is considered
one of the finest coaches in' the country. Primarily
a middle distance and relay coach, Mr. O'Connor has
had Met champions, l.C..-4A, and National record-
holders and even an Olympic Gold Medal winner in
the person of Tom Courtney.
The Captain of the l956-57 varsity is a former
Brooklyn Prep and C.H.S.A.A. schoolboy star, Ed Mc-
Guirk. "Easy Ed" is a smooth-striding half miler with
enough speed to make many of the relays. For the
past three seasons the all important anchor leg on the
two mile relay was the big assignment for this twenty-
one year old, versatile Senior.
Other graduating tracksters include: quarter milers
John Tarsney and Grant Bernard, distance men J. D.
Curran, Ed Kilkelly, l. B. Holden and Stan Fitzgerald:
and one of the few weight men on the squad, George
The track and field team had more School of
Business students on the roster than any other inter-
collegiate sport in the University. Junior Bill Krebs-,
the best sprinter on the team, and St. Ann's Ed Zeman
form the nucleus of the mile relay. The other veteran
returnees were Leo Rivera and Jack Mullane.
A sophomore quartet from Dealy Hall shows great
Dealy Hall sophomore quartet.
potential in the middle distance events. They are
Paul Bopko, Bob Wetjen, Tom Brennan and John
Ralph Mackin is the lone runner to concentrate
solely on the sprint events, while Ed Ariniello is the
work horse in the weight department.
Aside from Captain Ed McGuirk, John l-land, Jack
Flynn and Wally Bryant are Fordham's best bets in the
middle distance field.
Juniors Art Cunningham and Tom Ward are the
steadiest and hardest working distance men on the
team. Rugged Richie Krause, husky Jim McGinty and
ten miler Don Murphy also compete in these gruell-
Although the freshman team does not have many
chances to compete, these spirited yearlings train
hard for their future competition on the varsity team.
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Trainer Dziegiel on the job.
The i956 version ot Coach Art O'Connor's cross-
country team was indeed one that Fordham can be
proud of. Although their initial setback, the loss ot
Captain-elect Ed Kilkelly through injuries, occurred
prior to the opener with Columbia, the harriers re-
bounded to beat the Lions. Decisive victories over
N. Y. U. and Seton Hall enabled the Rams to extend
their skein. Junior Art Cunningham led the squad in
both of these triumphs as he set a new school standard
of 26 min. and 2 sec. tor the rugged tive mile course.
This erased the old mark ot 26:l l set by Don Ander-
son in l952. Senior Ed McGuirk, Juniors Tom Ward
and Jack Flynn, and Soph star Dick Kraus backed up
Cunningham's fine performance as they scored for
The Fordham streak was halted as they met three
championship teams in a row. St. Joseph's, the Middle
Atlantic Champs, St. John's, the Met loop kings and
Cunningham wins again.
Yale, the Big Three title-holder, all topped the Rams.
Art Cunningham again starred as he lowered his own
school mark to 25158 and then to 25:45 in winning
both the Redmen and the Eli meets.
The O'Connormen did, however, regain their win-
ning ways in their next meet against lona, as they
shut-out the Gaels, Every Fordham runner crossed
the finish line before lona's first man. The next toe
was Syracuse University. The upstaters' balance
proved too much tor the harriers, with the Orange win-
ning l7-34. Election Day saw Fordham cop third
place in the team standing and Art Cunningham
notch second place individually with the fast clocking
Front Row: W. Bryant, J. McGinty, A. Cunningham, D. Kraus, E. McGuirk. Back Row: Captain E. Kilkelly,
J. Flynn, T. Ward, N. Holden, J. Hand, D, Murphy, T. lmhot.
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of 25232 in the Metropolitan Championships at Van
Following a loss to Manhattan, the hill and dalers
came back to trounce the Rhode lsland University
Rams. Again Cunningham provided the highlight,
this time with the sensational clocking of 25:14, which
now stands as an all-time Fordham mark. Although
the lC4A's, in which they captured seventeenth place,
capped the collegiate season, the Rams came back to
vnotch third place in the Junior Met AAU Champion-
ships asArt Cunningham won the title. Wally Bryant,
D. Luisi, G. Arzoomanian, B. Flynn.
Norm Holden, Jack Flynn, Jim McGinty and Don
Murphy did the scoring for the Maroon in this finale.
Senior John Curran, Junior Jack Hand and Soph John
O'Grady provided the reserve strength for the har-
riers, while Tony lmhof was the manager.
The yearling club proved itself the best Fordham
frosh team ever. With its unbeaten ace Don l.uisi,
both Met and lC4A king, running the fastest three
miles ever recorded at Van Cortlandt Park ll4:28l
the squad captured seven of its eight meets and a lofty
runner-up spot in both the Mets and the lC4A's.
Ward recovers after a long grind, ,
lC4A record holder Don Luisi talks with the coach.
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This year's tennis squad, led by last Year's Most
Valuable Player, Bob Coleman, expects to have a
highly successful year. Coleman, who was also the
recipient of the Booster Club award, is one of the two
seniors on the team, the other being Nick Cooney,
co-captain with Coleman. '
Cooney is a four year veteran of the tennis team,
having been a singles star for the past two years.
Some of the Juniors on the team are Ken McDonald,
Joe Brislin and Allan Cummings. Cummings, a Dealy
Hall product, is the star of the varsity squash team,
and won the M. V. P. award on the squash team last
year. Among the other racket men are Alfonso Fanjul
and Larry Brown plus many promising freshmen.
Brown was the star and captain of last year's Frosh
This year's schedule is featured by trips to Wash-
ington and Philadelphia. Columbia is the first oppon-
ent on the eleven-match schedule, with the season
ending against Rutgers. Tom Hanning is the coach,
while Fr. Vincent C. Hopkins, S. J., is the moderator.
N. Cooney, Captain B. Coleman, A. Cummings, K. MacDonald, L. Brown, A. Franjul, B. McGoldrick,
D. Burke, J, Breslin, J. Lateif.
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This year the soccer team was beset by trouble
from the very beginning. The first game with Albany
State had to be postponed because the Rams didn't
have a coach, and the authorities refused to give the
team any permission to play until they procured one.
Finally Zoltan'Hradetzky, Ram fencing coach, was
named mentor of the soccer team.
a Fordham had only three days to prepare for their
first game after the naming of the coach, but never-
theless they played very well in losing to Bridgeport,
l-O. The next game was also a lossg Fordham was
constantly on the offense but just couldn't get the
breaks, as they were beaten by Fairleigh-Dickinson
2-l, in overtime.
The losing streak continued as .the booters were
beaten by Seton Hall and Hofstra. However, the
Rams, led by Captain Nick Crispi, Dealy Hall senior,
continued to improve. This improvement paid off as
Fordham travelled to Hartford, and tied Hillyer
Finally, in the last regularly scheduled game, the
booters hit their peak and beat Rider College 4-l, as
Jean-Pierre Anselme knocked in two goals. For the
first time everything seemed to go right, and as a re-
sult the Rams wound up on top.
Fordham travelled to Washington for a post-season
game against C1eorgetown's experienced eleven. The
game was a hard-fought battle between two evenly-
matched teams, with the final score being Hoyas 3,
Graduation will take four men who have given
their all for the soccer team during their stay here at
Dealy Hall. Nick Crispi was Captain of the squad for
the last two years and also coached last year, while
Joe Thompson, the little man from Honduras, has
played just about every position for the club. Also
leaving are John Brennan, star fullback, and Bob
Cummins, who has served as a crusading manager for
the past three years, campaigning successfully to gain
a respected place on Rose Hill for soccer.
Brennan uses his head for double duty.
Front Row: J. Thompson, P. Esposito, J. Sivigny, Captain N. Crispi, V. Chang, M. Azzu
G. Owen, J. Mendez. Back Row: J. Brennan, D. O'SulIivan, D. Schroth, P. Moriarity, H
lngber, R. Picariello, J. Anselme, S. Solano, J. Magana.
Front Row: F. McShane, M. Shea, Captain D. Reilly, D. Andrews, J. O'Niel, D. Hurzeler,
Coach J. Lyttle. Back Row: C, Cirigliano, J. Haymen, G. Sattethwaite, P. Hunter.
After several disappointing seasons, Coach Lyttle's
rebuilding program has finally begun to take effect.
With the return of seven lettermen and the addition
of several outstanding performers from last year's
freshman team the outlook was decidedly better. '
Leading the returning lettermen is Captain Dave
Reilly of Dealy Hall who specializes in the breast-
stroke and butterfly events in intercollegiate competi-
tion. Dave has a record of many victories in the Metro-
pol-itan area. One of his outstanding feats was the
winning of the half mile ocean swim, quarter mile and
400 yard free-style trophies in the Rockaway AQA.
meet all in one day. Also returning this year were
Harold Madigan, a capable diver, and Paul Hunter and
Dick Andrews, proven dash men. John O'Neil and
Bucky McShane handle the distance competition in
championship fashion. George Sattethwaite handled
To bolster this year's squad, several outstanding
men have joined the varsity from last year's freshman
team. They include free-stylers Caesar Cirigliano and
Mike Shea and backstroker Jack Hayman.
This year's schedule included such 'Eastern powers
as Rutgers, Lehigh and Syracuse. The mermen also
oppose the stronger teams in the Metropolitan area
such as N.Y. U., Columbia, Manhattan and Kings
Point. Although the rugged schedule lacks nothing
in regard to strong competition, Coach Lyttle and Cap-
tain Reilly know that this year they have the power to
bring the team record above the .500 mark for the
first time in three years.
Handling the managerial duties for this year's
team are Al Lang and Charlie Van Zutphen, both of
the School of Business.
Last minute instructions.
Front Row: R. Bernasconi, Coach S.F.C. J. Blake, R. Pohl. Back Row: J. Pianpiano, F. Mellana,
C. Smith, D. Moore, P. Hardy.
Led by Co-Captains Ron Bernasconi and Ray Pohl,
the Fordham University Rifle team sought to retain
its Metropolitan Intercollegiate Rifle League crown,
a title which they have held for the last three years.
The team competed against the finest opposition
available and upheld the fine record set by the squad
during the last two years, when they lost only one
The sharpshooters also fared well in the various
matches in which they were entered, Last year they
placed fifth in the National Matches, beating out both
West Point and the Naval Academy. They also excell-
ed in the St. John's Invitational Tournament.
Besides the co-captains there are six other men on
the roster: Frank Mellana, Pete Hardy, Charlie Smith,
Carl Szuter, Don Moore and Joe Pianpiano. The team
is coached by Sgt. John Blake and the moderator is
Captain George D. Jackson.
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The start of the i956-57 Intercollegiate Bowling
League marked the lOth season for the Ram Keglers.
With the loss of four valuable members of last
season, the responsibility of retaining Fordham's fine
team was placed in the hands of Joe La Rocco, this
year's captain, John McCormack, Tom Wogan, Ed
Mowton, and Chuck McGivney.
The season started slowly for the Rams and after
the first few weeks they found themselves in l5th
place. Then the Keglers began to move upward. Led
by John McCormack, the team's best bowler, the
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climbed to within five games from the top. Along
with McCormack's terrific bowling, Ed Mowton, Chuck
McGiveny, Joe La Rocco and Tom Wogan have done
an excellent job in bowling consistently and faithfully.
As the season draws to an end, Fordham is in a
good position to take top honors and capture its first
After the season, trophies will be awarded to the
first three teams at a dinner given by the bowling
league. The Rams Keglers will beinvited to the Block
F Dinner where they will receive their varsity letters.
M. Burghardt, J. LaRocco, E. Mowton, T. Wogan, J. McCormack.
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This year the largest and most enthusiastic group of keg-
lers ever congregated after last class on Fridays to "spill the
pins." The forty-five members of the league are divided into
ten teams. The weekly meetings provide the bowlers with
healthy relaxation in addition to the competitive sport offered.
In order to give equal opportunities to all teams, a handi-
cap system is utilized, The handicap is based on the individ-
ual averages of the members of a team. Another factor which
adds to the competitive atmosphere is the position week. A
position week constitutes the pairing of teams according to
their position in the league standings.
The twenty-one week schedule of league play is climaxed
in May at the annual bowling dinner, at which time trophies
are awarded to the individuals who through ability and sports-
manship have earned special recognition. lndividual awards
go to the first five high average bowlers and to the man with
the high game and high series. Team trophies are presented
to the members of the top three teams. At present it is im-
possible to even guess at which teams will be in the winners'
circle come May. The present team standings are: Cool Cats,
Alley Cats, Miller Cats, Aces, Sad Sacks, Pacers, Kegeleers,
Gaelics, Soreheads and Argos.
For a job well done congratulations are extended from
all the bowlers to the League President Joe Garger and his able
staff of Ray Rohne, Vinnie Cafarchio and Artie Kennedy.
The keglers pose for the camera.
Front Row: K. Meeker, D. Raftery, J. Schubert, C. Zangara, J. Kelly. Back Row: J. Barry,
J. McCarthy, L. Johnston.
Sitting: V. Carney, M. McAllister, S. Wallerius. Standing: A. Egan, J. Quadrino, A. Hughes.
Once again the young ladies of the School of Business are
making their presence known, via bowling, the only intramural
sport available to girls.
ln its eighth year of existence the Girls lntramural Bowl-
ing League meets every Friday afternoon in the City Hall
Bowling Alleys. At the beginning of the season, the gutters
of the bowling alleys withstood a terrific strain but as the year
progressed and we became more proficient the cry of "strike"
was often heard, Even the newcomers enjoyed their share
of strikes and spares. The only tragedies suffered were
broken fingernails, sore muscles and "slight" falls.
Although we are not divided into teams, due to our small
number, there nevertheless remains keen competition among
the girls to show the boys that they can do itl We also have no
elected officers which is novel for any organization in the
At the close of the bowling season, the Girls Intramural
Bowling League held a joint d,inner with the Men's Intramural
Bowling League at which time trophies were presented to the
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Bennett, Joseph M. .
Bethencourt, Robert K.
Bianca, Daniel M. . .
Bielski, Leonard E. .
Bishop, Robert F. . .
Bookalam, Alex C. .
Boyle, Donald J. .
Brennan, John P. . .
Brosan, George B. .
Bugniazet, Edward A., Jr. .
Bugoni, Paul G. . .
Burkhardt, Raymond J.
Cameron, John J. . .
Canny, James L. . .
Cashman, Michael E. .
Cassidy, Michael J. .
Chappa, Edmund J. .
Connor,T. Joseph, Jr.
Conti, Ralph G., Jr. .
Corcoran, James V. .
Cremin, John J. . .
Crispi, Nicholas, Jr. .
Cummins, Robert J. .
D'Andrea, Francis J. .
Decker, Richard F. .
De St. Aubin, Ouide E.
Dirr, James A. . .
Donahue, Robert F. .
Donnelly, John V. .
Dougherty, Charles P.
Duffy, Donald A. . .
Errity, Michael O. . .
Esposito, Gerald V. .
Farrelly, John J. . .
Fiata, Elia A. . . .
Filippone, Vincent A.
Finning, Donald F. .
Fitzgerald, Stanley G.
Fraleigh, William J., Jr.
Gallagher, James J. .
Gallego, John J. . .
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Griffin, Raymond P. .
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. l72l Fillmore Street, New York 60, N. Y.
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. . 2l98 Richmond Road, Staten Island 6, N. Y.
. . . 90 Saratoga Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y.
. 222 West 20th Street, New York l l, N. Y.
. 3321 Wallace Avenue, New York 67, N. Y.
. 35-08 95th Street, Jackson Heights, N. Y.
. . . . l98l Crotona Avenue, Bronx, N. Y.
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. . 2522 University Avenue, Bronx 68, N. Y.
. . 43 West 95th Street, New York 25, N. Y.
. . 2220 East Tremont Avenue, Bronx 62, N. Y.
. l253 Amsterdam Avenue, New York 27, N. Y.
. . 559 West l72nd Street, New York 32, N. Y.
. . . 3080 Hull Avenue, Bronx 67, N. Y.
. . . ll St. Andrew's Lane, Glen Cove, N. Y.
. . 620 West l89th Street, New York 40, N. Y.
. . . . 205 Latham Road, Mineola, N. Y.
. 33-67 l6lst Street, Flushing 58, N. Y.
. . 32l 75th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
. 96 St. James Street, Kingston, N. Y.
. . 2l Locust Street, Floral Park, N. Y.
. . 22 Cary Place, Freeport, N. Y.
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Jordan, Lawrence E. .
Kelleher, William F. .
Kelly, John P. . . .
Kelly, John W. . .
Kenna, Edgar C. . .
Kilkelly, Edward A. .
Koch, Warren R. , .
La Belle, Charles D. .
La Mothe, Joseph L. .
Lyons, James F. . .
Macchia, Joseph P. .
Marsico, Edward M. .
Martin, Frederick J. .
McKeon, Frank J. .
McLaughlin, Paul A., Jr
McQuade, John P. .
Meany, Raymond A., Jr
Meise, David A. . .
Mirante, Thomas J. .
Mortell, James F. . .
Murphy, John W. .
Nicolini, Anthony J
O'Brien, John F. . .
O'Brien, William D. .
O'Connor, Edward P. .
Packert, Thomas J. .
Patz, Richard L. . .
Pendergast, William G.
Pfeiffer, John K. . ,
Rabbitt, Thomas . .
Reilly, David P., Jr. .
R-iccillo, John A. .
Ritchie, John B. .
Rizzo, John P. .
Ruffino, Rosario .
Saley, John W. .
Salmon, James A. . .
Schuler, Stewart J. .
Schwartz, F. Don .
Sexton, Thomas . .
Sheehan, Joseph P. .
Smith, John P. . .
Spadaccini, Eugene P.
Striano, Michael A. .
Talbot, Patrick J., Jr.
Thompson, Joseph R.
Ticho, William'H. . .
Viana, Joseph M. . .
Whelan, W. James .
Young, Robert J. . '.
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. 63-l7 Alderton Street, Rego Park, N. Y.
. 2505 University Avenue, Bronx 68, N. Y.
. . 224i Chatterton Avenue, Bronx 72, N. Y.
. . 90 Scofield Avenue, Bridgeport 5, Conn.
. . . i002 Midland Avenue, Syracuse 5, N. Y.
. . 30-l7 4lst Street, Long Island City 3, N. Y.
. . 3055 La Salle Avenue, New York 6l, N. Y.
. . 333 Mosholu Parkway, New York 67, N. Y.
. . . 29l Central Avenue, Englewood, N. J.
. 2172 Grand Concourse, Bronx 57, N. Y.
. 2339 Kingsland Avenue, Bronx 69, N. Y.
. . . . 28 Lyons Road, Scarsdale, N. Y.
. . 93 Jefferson Street, Garden City, N. Y.
. . .2956 Bainbridge Avenue, Bronx 58, N. Y.
. . . . . 35 Birch Street, West Orange, N. J
. l60 Beach l l7th Street, Rockaway Park 94 N. Y.
. . 80-45 Grenfell Street, Kew Gardens l5, N. Y.
. . . 3050 Grand Concourse, Bronx 58, N. Y.
. 255l Hering Avenue, New York 69, N. Y.
. 2085 Tiebout Avenue, Bronx 57, N. Y
. . . 5 Metropolitan Gval, Bronx 62, N. Y.
. . . . l48-30 59th Avenue, Flushing, N. Y.
. 2l 62 Houghton Avenue, New York 72, N. Y.
. . . . 23l6 Loring Place, Bronx 68, N, Y.
. . 2322 Grand Avenue, Bronx 68, N. Y.
. 85 Wellington Road, Garden City, N. Y.
. . . . Russell Road, Milldale, Conn.
. 3 Loughlin Avenue, Cos Cob, Conn.
. . 35 Clayton Place, Yonkers, N. Y.
. . i848 Monroe Avenue, Bronx 57, N. Y.
. . . . 20l Kneeland Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y.
. 84-59 Goldington Court, Rego Park 79, N. Y.
. . . . l5l0 Roselle Street, Bronx 6l, N. Y.
. . 2366 Lorillard Place, Bronx 58, N. Y.
. . . . 506 Concord Avenue, Bronx 55, N. Y.
. . . . . 88 Milford Point Road, Milford, Conn.
. . Bacon Road, cfo George Whitney, Westbury, N. Y.
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Box 52, Rockaway Beach Station, Far Rockaway 94, N. Y.
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. . . . 282 East 205th Street, Bronx, N. Y.
. . . 292 Brook Avenue, Bronx 54, N. Y.
. . 749 Palisade Avenue, Cliffside Park 9, N. J.
. . 2 Centre Market Place, New York l3, N. Y.
. . 5l4 West 2l 3th Street, New York 34, N. Y.
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. . 3l5O Rockambeau Avenue, Bronx 67, N. Y.
. . . . 50 Warwick Street, Woonsocket, R. l.
. . '69-46 Harrow Street, Forest Hills 75, N. Y.
. 2406 University Avenue, New York 68, N. Y.
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Barrett, Martin J. . .
Bartkus, Raymond T,
Bellotti, John J. .
Bonner, Daniel J. .
Brady, George J. . .
Brune, Anthony R. .
Bruno, Rosalie E. .
Buckland, James B. .
Byrne, John J. . . .
Catarchio, Vincent M.
Callaghan, Francis R..
Cantelmo, Vincent J.
Carney, Virginia . .
Chin, Dennis l. . .
Clinton, Eugene F. .
Collins, John L. .
Collins, Thomas J. .
Comey, J. Martin . .
Connolly, George, Jr. .
Connolly, James P. .
Corcoran, Edward Pj .
Costello, Thomas P. .
Costigan, Arthur J. .
Craig, James R. . .
Crowley, John A. . .
Cunningham, C. Peter
D'Arcy, Francis E. . .
Davis, Charles E. , .
Deady, James R., Jr. .
Derby, Richard A. . .
Dockery, John F. . .
Donohue, A. Robert, Jr
Donohue, Joseph C. .
Dori, Frank B. . . .
Dowdall, James J.. .
Dowling, Thomas W. .
Drohan, David B. . .
Dunleavy, Patrick M..
Durkin, Kevin F. . .
Egan, Ann H. . .
Egan, Gerard F. .
Eklund, Albert J. .
Erath, Kevin J. . .
Eustace, Robert B. .
Farrell, Joseph H. .
Farrington, John B. .
Flynn Charles W. .
Foy, Kevin D. . . .
Freeburn, Thomas E. .
Gadaleta, Joseph M. .
Garger, Joseph W. .
Gass, Charles P. . .
Gialanella, Michael W. .
Hanlon, John J. . .
Hannatin, Frances M.
Hart, Francis A. . .
Hatala, RobertJ. .
Healey, Edward J. . ,
Howley, Thomas F. .
Hughes, Aileen . .
Hughes, Patrick E. .
Hussey, John K. .
Jason, Ronald E. .
Jones, Michael J...
Keane, Thomas F. .
Kelapire, George E. .
Kelly, Edward . . .
Kelly, James E. . .
Kennedy, William B. . .
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. l92-05 Northern Boulevard, Flushing 72, . ,
. . 2732 Cruger Avenue, New York 67,
. . l6l 2 Coleman Street, Brooklyn 34,
. 497 Washington Avenue, Hackensack, N. J
. . 44 Baker Hill Road, Great Neck, N. Y
. . . Christiana PXO, Jamaica, B,W.l
, . l43 Morton Place, Bronx 53, N. Y
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. . 472 63rd Street, Brooklyn 20, .
. i269 Grand Concourse, Bronx 52, .
. 2l65 Chatterton Avenue, Bronx 72,
. . 2266 Gleason Avenue, Bronx 62,
. . l925 University Avenue, New York 53, .
. 32l Linden Boulevard, Brooklyn 26, .
. 207 Kemball Avenue, Staten lsland l4,
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. . 450 East l39th Street, Bronx 54, .
. . 88 Pearsall Avenue, Lynbrook, .
. . . . . Hill and Dale, Carmel .
. Warren Garden Apts., Pelham 65: . .
. . . 32l 95th Street, Brooklyn 9, .
. . .426 Sterling Place, Brooklyn 38, .
. . 750i Ridge Boulevard, Brooklyn 9, .
. . . l526 West lst Street, Brooklyn, . .
. . 326 East 89th Street New York 28 . .
. .408 East l37th Street, Bronx 54, .
. 200-l l 38th Avenue, Bayside 6l, .
. . l l l3 Quincy Avenue, Bronx 65. .
. . 7200 Ridge Boulevard, Brooklyn 9, .
. 2088 Anthony Avenue, Bronx 57, .
. . 686 Academy St., New York 34, .
. . . 209 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, .
. . . 3045 Godwin Terrace, Bronx 63, .
. 85-35 l l2th Street, Richmond Hill l8, .
. . . 54 East l79th Street, Bronx 53, .
. l l3-44 207th Street, Queens Village 29, .
. . l953 West 6th Street, Brooklyn 23, .
. . l726 St. Peters Avenue, Bronx 6l, . .
. l30 West 87th Street, New York 24, . .
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. . 4356 Martha Avenue, New York 70, N. .
. . 2406 University Avenue, Bronx 68, . .
. 609 Columbus Avenue, New York 24, . .
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. . 4331 Park Avenue, Bronx 57, .
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. 7905 l5th Avenue, Brooklyn 28,
. . 230 East 207th Street, Bronx 67,
. 290 Woodlawn Avenue, Jersey City 5, J.
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Locke, Gary J. . . .
Lokay, Thomas J. . .
Lyons, William T. .
MacDougall, Donald T.
Mahon, James P. . .
Manning, William J. .
Mannion, John A. .
Marone, Robert J. .
Mason John J. . . .
McAdam, Charles W.
McArdle, Donald F. .
McConnell, John W. .
McGivney, James T., Jr. .
McGrath, Thomas J. .
McKeown, Michael J.
McPadden, James V. .
McSherry, Peter J. .
McTiernan, William T.
McVay, Joseph A., Jr.
Melville, William M. .
Molloy, Thomas M. .
Morina, Frederick A. .
Morrissey, John M. .
Moyna, Helen T. . .
Munk, John J. . .
Murphy, Patrick J. .
Nockin, Gladys M, .
Novak, Fred J. .
O'Leary, Patrick J. .
O'Neill, Barbara l. .
Pacelli, Alfred J, . .
Palmer, Clifford R. .
Papa, Anthony M. . .
Passalugo, Roland W.
Perenyi, Ellen T. . .
Pickett, Robert W. .
Pirozzi, Albert V. . .
Powers, Mary Ann .
Price, Eugene K. . .
Price, Herbert E. . .
Purcell, Roderick J. .
Quann, Robert P. . .
Quirk, Dennis P. . .
Raftery, William E. .
Reilley, Edgar T. . .
Reinhard, Richard G. .
Rice, Joseph X. . .
Riche, Charles R. . ,
Riley, Donald.E. . .
Robustelli, Andrew .
Rohne, Raymond W. .
Romeo, Richard F. .
Roussey, Robert S. .
Ruck, Albert C. .
J -Ryan, John J. . .
Sabo, John E. . .
Senkow, Alfred . .
- -Serocke, Theodore C. .
Sexton, James H. . .
-Sheridan., Paul P. . .
Stevenson, John E., Jr.
Sugfrue, Jeremiah, M.-
Thompson, James S. .
' ' Timothy, William T. .
Tolcci, Robert M. . .
Tuite, Michael E. . .
Varl,ey,jJ.ohn, M. . .
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. . 45-l7 4lst Street, Sunnyside 4,
. . 43l3 Foster Avenue, Brooklyn 3,
. . 296 Brookside Avenue, Cresskill,
. 386 Willis Avenue, New York 54,
. . 2728 Marion Avenue, Bronx 58,
. . 228 St. John's Place, Brooklyn l3,
. 327 East 7th Street, Brooklyn l8,
. . , 4ll l7th Street, Brooklyn l5,
. . . . .725 First Street, Secaucus,
.5l -l7 Skillman Avenue, Woodside 77,
. . . 432 Riverdale Avenue, Yonkers,
. . 53-44 2l4th Street, Bayside 64,
. 225l Sedgwich Avenue, Bronx 68,
. . l88l Walton Avenue, Bronx 53,
. . i589 East 34th Street, Brooklyn 34,
. 2l l2 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn 34,
. l3l-74 Laurelton Parkway, Laurelton,
. . l47-37 38th Avenue, Flushing 54,
. . .245 Garfield Place, Brooklyn l5.
88-l7 Billings Street, Queens Village 27,
. . 73 Revere Street, Staten lsland l,
. . 60-52 Madison Street, Brooklyn 27,
. 720 Pelham Road, New Rochelle,
. . 7245 Shore Road, Brooklyn 9.
. 32l 2 Tibbett Avenue, New York,
. 64 Tennessee Avenue, Hempstead,
. . . . . i2 Palmer Street, Passaic
. l05 East ll7th Street, New York 35.l
i084 Amsterdam Avenue, New York 25,
. . . 2090 Walton Avenue, Bronx 53,
. . l l55 East 39th Street, Brooklyn l0.
. . 59 Sullivan Street, New York l2,
. . . . 43 Crandall Street, Cortland,
3l Wachusetts Street, Rockville Centre,
. . 202 East 22nd Street, New York l0,
. 302 Park Avenue, Massapequa Park,
. . l23 West l3th Street, New York,
. 77-25 66th Road, Middle Village 79.
. 307 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn 38,
. . 527 54th Street, Brooklyn 20,
. 495 East l78th Street, Bronx 57,
. . 372 East l37th Street, Bronx,
. . i264 Mayflower Avenue, Bronx 6l,
. . . 22 West Church Street, Beacon,
. . . . . . .7907 77th Avenue, Glendale 27,
. 93 Walnut St., Shore Crest-Middletown, Red Bank
. . . . . . 37 Manhattan Avenue, Westbury.
. . . . . 60-73 68th Avenue, Brooklyn 27,
. l4 Riverview Avenue, Cliffside Park,
. . . 97 Trafalgar Square, Lynbrook,
, 346 South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue,
. i345 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn 7,
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. l83 Gelston Avenue, Brooklyn 9,
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. . i478 East 28th Street, Brooklyn l0,
. . 3723 East Tremont Avenue, Bronx 65.
. , . 23l Prospect Place, Rutherford,
. . . 953 Anna Street, Elizabeth 4,
. . 67 Pine Street, Massapequa,
. . 273 Cypress Avenue, Bronx 54,
. . l52 East 43rd Street, Brooklyn 3,
. . 35-64 80th Street, Jackson Heights 72.
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The Reverend Dean James J. McGinley, S.J. for his continued interest and
The Reverend Assistant Dean William E. Boyle, S.J. and Dr. Louis M. Spadaro
for their aid and support.
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and Mrs. Charles B. Duffy
J. J. Egan
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Evangelista
Mr. and Mrs. Finnigan
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. John J.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Juan Gal
Mr. and Mrs.
Luke J. Flanagan
William J. Fraleigh
John Ga rofalo
Mr. John A. Garrity
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gialanella, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Raymond A. Meany
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mella
Mr. James Mellon
Mr. Harold P. Meschi
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Minogue
Mrs. Miguel A. Molinari
Mrs. Mildred Molloy
Mr. Edward Monohan
Mr. and Mrs. Morina
Mr. John C. Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Mortell
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Muahte
Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Mulvey
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. John McAllister
Mrs. G. McCabe
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. McCann
In Memory of Kenneth J. McDonald
Mr. and Mrs. James T. McGivney
Mrs. Paul McLaughlin
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McMullin
Mr. and Mrs. John McQuade
Mrs. Elizabeth McShane
Mrs. Mary S. Thompson
Mrs. Grace M. Ticho
Mrs. Tillie Tierney
Mr. and Mrs. John Traynor
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tuite
Mrs. Catherine Tuohy
A. Van Dorn
Anibal M. Viana
Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. A. Waldmann
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Wayland
Mrs. Regina Wehner
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
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J. P. Whelan
Mrs. Louise M. Winsch
Mrs. Anthony Wogan
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JAMES MCPADDEN, President
DICK ROMEO, Vice President
WILLIAM LENARD, Treasurer
ED KURTZKE, Secretary
ROBERT CUMMINS, President
JAMES BELL, Vice President
THOMAS MIRANTE, Treasurer
DANIEL KENNY, Secretary
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FREDERICK REPETTI WILLIAM LENARD
Managing Ecliters Literary Editor
JAMES MCPADDEN JERRY KIESSLING
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Fourth Year B
Having completed four years of evening study at
Fordham University, the erstwhile Junior feels like the
channel swimmer who with the break of dawn is able to
see the shore for the first time. However, if he harbors
any doubt as to his ability to continue, the thought of the
amount of energy he has to expend to come this far, and
of his proximity to shore as a result of such efforts, pro-
duces the incentive needed to complete the swim.
Along with the opening of the new semester came
the election of officers. Chosen as president was Jim
Harley, as "veep" Joe Sommers, Jim O'Donnell as secre-
tary and Charie McSorley as holder of the purse strings.
This year Section B welcomed Casimir Belinski, Jim
Cosgrove, John Hallacy, Louis King and Joe Senko from
Section C3 Edith Nicholas from Section A3 Jack McGro-
arty, and Mike Ferranti from day school, and last but not
least, Ralph Dimpel who survived a European campaign
with the U.S. Army, and Jerry McCarthy after an extended
vacation from Night school.
The passage of time continues to shape the final
destinies of our members. Charlie McSorley, Dick Mul-
ligan, Bill Byrne, Bill Crawford, Bob Burke, Jim Harley
and Max Planck have become proud fathers and Ken
Sammon has shed the cloak of bachelorhood.
We are also very proud of Jim Harley who was
awarded a gold medal and Tom O'Connor who was
selected as Night Editor of the Quill. We also understand
that an oscar was awarded to Max.
Best wishes to Bob-Burke, Ed McGill and John O'Con-
nell who purchased new homes during the year. We also
understand that a famous union delegate is moving to
Brooklyn and a social worker is joining the French For-
eign Legion-Good Luck.
Some of our classmates are endowed with special
talents. For' example, Bill Jackson, Ed O'Keefe, Joe
Sommers and Bob McDonald are leading exponents on
importing and exporting. Marie Speirs hit stardom with
her recording of "Always" on the "opposition" hit parade
and Danny "boola-boola" O'Kane won wide aclaim in his
portrayal of Willie Beveridge.
Section B has been endowed with a great deal Of
spirit from its very inception. Evidence of this fact was
expressed at our successful class socials and a winning
intramural basketball team coached by Joe "Tom" Cam-
marata and ably assisted by Whitey Walkin with his
version of a "Rangoon" Gantt chart.
Now it is time to bid farewell for we must depart
lnot entirely involunta-ryl from these hallowed halls.
With the greatest portion of our college years behind us,
we look ahead anxiously to our senior year and the real-
ization of the ambition for which we have all been so
In closing we'd like to express our deep appreciation
to our teachers for helping us realize the value of a Cath-
Junior A - City Hall
' Charles Lenzinger
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