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V 11A "Fl 3. ,v li4 41' mga,-Q, r x,'F' f"" ,, HA Iliff, iS'i'6s- Ls if uilliifgw Ii ,fm Is- A , . 3 ,5533 I 5 -1-Q. Q -fw X M me I ' . 'PTE I , IGS Fordham University School of Business New York, New York s ,gf ,, l ss 21.1 1 1959 r Twen fy Years X f 5'W'f- 'iw '. SJ.: ."::'lfi: yu:1-ehzfiffft'-ff,,,,'-se za-2s,5:.r.,... ., .:r:,..: :V-awk.,f1,w1a5-:g,.:.-W,-9.4 V V.. .1 agww ,.,..y,,,v,,wf-. -Zi. 3' ' ZW? ' zz'-f-"ci-3'3vzr Dedication ln every field of endeavor there exists a mark of distinction, a material object, that which elevates the men of the profession to the pinnacle of their field. They have attained a position comparable to that of Alexander. There no longer remain for them any new worlds to conquer or barricades to hurdle. ln reality they have arrived at the site of their greatest triumph. These hon- ored few, by virtue of their laborious efforts, can look back at a very mem- orable yesterday, and forward toward a glorious tomorrow. Here within the walls of Fordham such a man is taken and distinguished by the university body with the title "Bene Merentif' We have sought a man- ner in which to thank these men who have dedicated twenty years of their lives to the service of God and man at Fordham. Courageously speaking out against those who decry the educational processes, they have persevered and triumphed over man's timeless foes, intolerance and ignorance. It can truly be said that Fordham's motto, "Sapientia et Doctrine" has remained uppermost in the minds of these men. Having sacrificed both self advancement and worldly gain, they remain as members of a sacred circle, guiding our minds and foot- steps toward a better tomorrow. For these individuals, 'molders of men,' we signalize the honor "Bene Merentif' Through this symbol we convey to them, in the deep imprint of gold, our admiration and respect. for their efforts. On this medal is inscribed the majestic laurel, the wreath of victory which borders the center figure of two courageous lions holding the urn of life over the purifying fires of knowledge. Certainly, so long as there remains in our world a sense of dedication and idealism, this flame will never grow dim, but will brightly burn for all to see in the ages to come. lt is indeed unfortunate that we cannot honor these men, dedicated toilers for the humanities, every day of their lives, for they richly deserve such recognition. As a token and outward expression of our appreciation it is to them that we dedicate this our l959 Aries. "Bene Mere11ti" 'als-ff-CQQW' ii 7 ,iii . l l 4' I -, 559 . ., .z . ' Q.:F--'jQ:if4Ef'vf:t"v:-'f-,ff,,,." , .. . . tflzzeas r. .f. sm ,ma ,. , ,, ,, U 4 f I -'ps---Xl-.l..1X,g.f::: 1 ME---Xin' mi - - 1 f W fx.. 1 ww RN 1 t 5' N , ., M .2 . .w 4, 'f , 7-ui ., H k ' . rug ' flyezi' X . A Xff.: 'fry 1234 X' . 'X l l . .. .,,., . X ,,L, f.-f! 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H..Hz R.l1i. :ft 'f' .. knew-W.-Xmii. kk, '.""1- W-5 . r , -- w retiree i.tF. f'ti. mm.. it. .Q E, fi f. 4-it .Q - . 1, .- .N i A, ,-,- it '- 1. " '.-..' V' , . . fe .Z . . f ,i cr-gy fi . .3 :XQs'fxi5fz,gkeg.izqraizajgqzfiibssjsAe't.1.izfegtgjr,ww- 5 ,4i.gg-,.- - A Q ,A fy , . i . . ,.gWa.a-:.:ai.-ima: i-mt w'r2ifwe 5 f i- wa -25. t i i '- T: v . U .iq zftfiifffwwliz1224Wiiiizidsfitlfifi-1--Q.i .. s wg, raw, 1' .mm 1- .,,W.,,gg-,.,-a,rm:,.w-f-WI..-f.,Afyvwtfi-.j-rli.,.,..., j J taxa- we .fi 1 ti- au riltitib-4'TeiQs,f:.:f Mu' iw- V-estzz.-ef-at-Qasflf--fair. wi .lr - 1- l Reidy Hall ya Life . . . Growth . . . Achievement The character of a university cannot be determined by either its ivy mantled buildings or its green rolling campus. A university may be rich in both of these outward signs but void of any inner spiritual force. Yet here at Fordham both of these necessary factors have merged to build a school within a school - The School of Business within Fordham University. The noise of the roaring carefree twenties heralded the arrival of our school. Untouched by the fanaticism of the era, the school sent forth waves of light from the towering Woolworth Building. Here, within this gigantic sky- scraper, ethics and Christian philosophy were given precedence over stock market manipulation and other practices familiar to the times. Recognition was given to the needs of the inner man as well as his social counterpart. The depression struck! The gleam and glitter of the previous era having worn away produced a greyness and a dimming reality with which many were unable to cope. Yet, through this period of despair and economic disaster, Fordham remained unscathed and continued expounding the ideals of a Jesuit education. The depression passed, yet there were no cheers, for in its wake followed its bloody partner, War. Future executives of the business world became an integral part of a fighting machine. Fordham grew smaller, but it'was a small- ness in size only. Its spirit strove ever forward to educate the remaining few to the value of truth and justice. Growing both in age and size the School of Business moved on through the war years. Our new home remained on the fringes of Wall Street with the opening of our City Hall Division. While the sharp din of the ticker tape swirled about us., the school continued to fulfill its obligation to society. The world finally realized its long sought goal--peace. With tranquility returned Man's insatiable quest for knowledge. Fordham again expanded. Reidy Hall, once echoing the heavy tramp of the military boot, now reverber- ated voices debating principles of finance, philosophy, and theology. Crossing the campus was our next move and Dealy Hall became the new home of our educational effort. A new building, an advanced and expanded curriculum-all designed to produce able graduates, came into operation. This newness was yet deeply imbued with the ever present spirit of Fordham, the enduring inspiration of our campus. The Student Faculty Center and the Lincoln Square' project are our an- swers to the demands of the era in which we live. Advancement is not merely an objective possessed by the non-academic world, rather it is a firmly advo- cated and implemented principle here at the School of Business. Our activities, the finishing link in molding the man, will be housed within the modern facade of the Student Faculty Center. Within Lincoln Square, the School of Business will offer modern facilities never before available at a Fordham-in-town center. At this physically magnificent plant, with all the provisions of the best in con- temporary school design, the soul will be guided by the same ageless Christian principles that have vitalized Fordham University for the past one hundred and eighteen years. In our era, as in the past, Fordham will stand for the Christian values so sorely needed in the modern business world. 7 - Y I I University Administration FORDHAM UNI V E R S I T Y New York 5S,N. lf The P1'esidenf's Room GREETINGS TO THE GRADUATES: Through conversation and letters from graduates over the years l have learned that they appreciate the training of their Alma Mater more and more with each passing year. With my congratulations goes the hope that you will experience this same feeling. Never before has there been greater need for men and women of deep faith and conviction. As you go forth as well educated citizens of our beloved Country, you rnustbe in- tellectually and spiritually real. Our nation's leaders rely on your courage and your endeavors to do your best in your particular field and they want to know your ideals and see how they are worked into your pattern of living. d to help her attain the America wants you to be prepare lacks She has a sense of time, of f spiritual values she now . energy, of drive. She needs a sense of destiny, of goal, o God, She needs the ability to live with others in a cornpassionate understanding not complicated by schemes for sales promotion. America cannot give to herself or the world what is not in your 'll'n to take time for prayer, hearts. It is up to you: are you wi i g ' ' f 'th for hope, for charity in your busy days ' t as for meditation, for ai , in the years ahead, as you did at Fordham? lt will be jus tr must win its social, important then as now. Our Coun y political and religious, as well as economic, well-being through ou This is a task for responsible, clear-thinking and self- Y . s ac rif icing me n. God bless you, Graduates of '59, D evotedly your s , To the 10 Graduates of 1959 Very Reverend Laurence I. McGinley, SJ Rector and President 11 Officers oi Administration President Vice President and Secretary General Provost Academic Vice President VicePreSident of Business and Finance Director of Student Personnel Director of the City Hall. Division Director of Research Services Treasurer I jDean"of.. Men Assistant Treasurer Controller Librarian A VERY REVEREND LAURENCE J. MCGINLEY REVEREND Bene Merenti REVEREND Bene Mereriti REVERENID REVERENID REVERENID REVERENID REVERENID REVEREND REVEREND CHARLES J. DEANE, S.J. LAWRENCE A. WALSH, S.J. EDWARD E. cLARI4 , sJ. WILLIAM J. MULCAHY, s.J. VICTOR R. YANITELLI, s.J. STEPHEN J. MEANY, s.J. J. FRANKLIN EWING, sJ. THOMAS c. CRONIN, sJ. WILLIAM J. EARRICKER, s.J. MR. THOMAS F. CALLAHAN MR. FRANCIS X. MURPHY MR. JOSEPH T. HART l2 L? . - ia lm, .I ., 3' I-jg Q ex-.I..: I1-II ., . ' 'I I '1JmQ x "-GSW:-.'P4SQ, 11. 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Spadaro Assistant Dean City Hall Division Bene Merenti 20 MISS GERTRUDE MULCAHY Secretary to the Dean MRS. MARY CUDDY Secretary to Assistant Dean MRS. DOROTHY FALLER Secretary to Assistant Dean-City Hall MRS. MARGARET LARKIN Administrative Assistant-Campus S REVEREND JAMESeaJrg McGINLEY SJ REVEREND WILLIAM E BOYLE SJ Aolministratison and Faculty DR-LOQISM-SPADARO MILTON A. ALEXANDER B.A., M.S. Lecturer in Marketing Enzo v. ALLEGRETTI B.S., M.A. Lecturer in Economics FRANK L. AUERBACH BS., M.A. Instructor in English ALEXANDER F. BALMAIN B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Lecturer in Sociology, FRED A. BERTINO B.S. Lecturer in Management HENRY BOLZ B.B.A., C.P.A. Assistant Professor of Accounting REV. WILLIAM E. BOYLE, S.J. B.A., Ph.L., S.T.L. Assistant Professor of Speech REV. FRANCIS BOWEN, S.J. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy REV. FRANCIS D. BURNS, S.J. B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Theology CARL J. BUSCEMI B.S., M.A. Lecturer In Statistics WALTER J. BYRNE B.S. Lecturer in Management REV. PHILIP A. CAREY, S.J. B.A., M.A., S.T.L. Lecturer in Labor Economics MICHAEL T. CASEY B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Economics ROBERT B. COLLINS B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Speech EDWARD J. COOK B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Economics CLAIRE CORBIN B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Marketing ROBERT T. CURRAN B.A., LL.B. Assistant Professor of Law ANTHONY J. D'AMATO B.S., M.B.A. Lecturer in Marketing DAVID J. DAVIES B,S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Economics RAYMOND J. DISKIN B.A., LL.B. Assistant Professor of Law REV. THOMAS J. DOYLE, S.J. B.A., M.A., S.T.L. Assistant Professor of Philosophy REV. THOMAS A. DUROSS, S.J. B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Theology JOHN W. EARLE, JR. B.C.S., LL.B., M.A. Lecturer in Finance REV. CLEMENT ENGLERT, C.SS.R. S.T.L., S.E.O.L. Lecturer in Theology NICHOLAS S. FALCONE LL.B., LL.M., M.A. Assistant Professor of Labor Economics JAMES J. FLYNN B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History BERNARD B. GILLIGAN B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy RICHARD GRIGG BS., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of History JAMES A. HART B.S., M.A., Ph.D., LL.B. Professor of Management MAURICE I. HART B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Finance CARL I-IEMMER, S.J. B.A., M.A., Ph.L. Instructor in Economics and Finance REV, JAMES J. HIGGINS, S.J. B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Theology RICHARD HOOLEY BS., M.A. - Instructor in English RICHARD HORCHLER B.A., M.A. Instructor in English WILLIAM A. HUEBNER B.A., M.A., M.S. Lecturer in Marketing THOMAS A. HYLAND B.S., M.B.A. Lecturer in Economics C. MURRAY KAVANAGH LL.B. Lecturer in Law ROBERT L. KOERNER M.A., LL.B. Assistant Professor of Law PAUL KOSLOW B.S., M.S. Lecturer in Management FRANCIS A. LEES B.A., M.A. Instructor in Economics JOHN C. LYNCH B.S. Lecturer in Management REV. PHILIP MCAVOY, S.J. B.A., M.A., Ph.L., S.T.L. Assistant Professor of Theology SAMUEL D. McCLELLAND B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Lecturer in Speech EUGENE McCOY B.A., M.S. Lecturer in Management JAMES C. MCDERMOTT B.S., M.B.A., C.P.A. Lecturer in Accounting REV. JAMES J. MCGINLEY, S.J. B.A., M.A., Ph.L., S.T.L., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Economics and Finance VINCENT MCLAUGHLIN B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Lecturer in Management RONAN MacDONALD B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Economics JAMES H. MacNElLL B.B.A.. C.P.A. Instructor in Accounting REV. REGINALD P. MADREN, O. Carm. B.A. Instructor in Theology EDWARD F. MAREK B.B,A., M.B.A., C.P.A. Instructor in Accounting JOSEPH F. MORIARTY B.A., M.A., LL.B., Ph.D., J.S.D. Professor of English J. FRANK MORRIS B.A., M.B.A. Lecturer in Economics REV. JOHN W. MURPHY, C.P.S. B.A., M.A. Lecturer in Sociology WILLARD MURPHY B.B.A., M.B.A., C.P.A. Lecturer in Accounting WILLIAM MURPHY B.S.. M.A. Instructor in History and Government REV. JOSEPH W. MURRAY, S.J. B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Theology HAROLD C. NELSON B.S., M.B.A. Lecturer in Management REV. VINCENT de P. O'BEIRNE, S.J. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy EUGENE J. O'CONNOR B.B.A., M.B.A. Lecturer in Management ANDREW J. PETERSEN B.S., M.A. Lecturer in Speech THOMAS J. F, PINKMAN B.S., M.A., M.B.A. Lecturer in Marketing Assistant Deans RUDOLPH RADOL B.S., M.B.A. Lecturer in Management JOHN E. REDDY B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of English PETER A. REILLY B.A., M.B.A. Lecturer in Economics REV. WILLIAM J. RINSCHLER B.A. Lecturer in Theology MARGUERITE RITTENHOUSE B.S., M.B.A., Ph.D. Lecturer in Marketing REV. HUBERT ROGERS, S.J. B.S., M.A., Th. L. Assistant Professor of Theology ALBERT G. ROMANO B.S., M.B.A. Assistant Professor of Marketing EDWARD W. ROONEY B.A., LL.B. Lecturer in Law JOHN J. SAAL B.A., M.A. Lecturer in Finance JOHN M. SALTER B.S., M.B.A. Instructor in Speech JOHN B, SCHMITT Lecturer in Accounting LOUIS SCHULTZ B.B.A., C.P.A. Lecturer in Accounting REV. JOSEPH B, SCHUYLER, S.J. B.A., M.A., Ph.L., S.T.L., Ph.D. Instructor in Sociology JULIUS C. G. SEIDL I.E., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Managemen RICHARD SEXTON B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of English REV. LAWRENCE A. SHEEHAN, SJ B.A., Ph.L., S.T.L. Assistant Professor of Theology JOSEPH R. SHERLOCK B.A., LL.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy Y-IAIG SILVANIE B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Finance LOUIS M. SPADARO B.A., M.S., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Economics PHILIP M. STEINBORN B.B.A., C.P.A. Assistant Professor of Accounting ROBERT L. SULLIVAN B.A., M.A. Lecturer in Economics VICTOR J. TARDINO B.B.A., C.P.A. Lecturer in Accounting REV. EAMON TAYLOR, S.J. B.S., M.A., S.T.L. Assistant Professor of Theology SILVAN TESORIERE B.B.A., M.B.A., C.P.A. Assistant Professor of Accounting REV. FRANCIS E. TOTH, S.J. S.T.L. Instructor in Theology MARIO J. TUCCI B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Marketing REV. ANDREW C. VARGA, S.J. Ph.L., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Philosophy GEORGE WI NSLOW B.S., M.B.A. Lecturer in Statistics NATHAN B. WINSTANLEY B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Lecturer in Management 1 ...E in fx Q. ., 7 as is if .. yfl-341. ,, Julius C. G.. Seidl I.E.,,M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Management Rayrnond J. Diskin ' ' A.B.., LL.B. -Assistant Professor of Business Law Aww - 4571. i 1. 2 ifji? f.'Q1 4 f ..,3gg,.e,.,y 5 fa gf:,:.,5 '1i."TZi?.':1Qbz' ,m1:.,7efewf: 'DEM-0 '7.- .,r,, .. .,,., ,f1. . A "" 1 i '- 1 . . J. A P5495 iff' f' J ' 1 A . . SOC-ial, 'Scienoer V' Q . . 7 " 'mv .1.,,. 'sim-1... ., ., ...gy . .vw wwf: 7, 4,4 ...,44g.,, K, 9. 1., ,-,.,..,. . 555-fj.:.-:M . ff! AM -2531-f?s43"'s"r1, Deps Y. Maurice I. Hart A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor ot Finance Bene Merenti jl .i i 'E-A l Edward J. Cook B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Economics V Richard bSeScfonf A -"A.B,., Ml4A',,,. Candra 1 1 Assistant .Professor of. English. V In Bene Merenti, A Joseph R. Sherlockll , AB., l.l..B., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Philosophy Bene Merenfi Silven A. Tesoriere ' B.B.A., M.B.A., C.P.A. Assistant Professor of Accounting Marwflig Tviceil A YBQS., M1.A.,i camel-.B fPh.D. Assistant Pro-fessdfloqf Marketing Faculty Larry Azar B.S., M.A., Ph.D. Z, instructor in Philosophy Hia "And the time will come . . . i. 'yul iAlexander Balmain QL it B.S., MA., Ph.D. V- Lecturer in Sociology "V 5 Bene Merenti if? 1332 Fred A. Bertino Henry H. Bolz Rev. Francis Bowen, S.J. B.S. B.B.A., C.P.A. B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Lecturer in Management Assistant Professor of Accounting Assistant Professor of Philosophy Michael T- CBSGY Robert Collins Claire Corbin B'-S-, MA., Cand. Ph.D. B.A., MA. B.S., Ms., Pho. f,-Asslsfafii Pf0feSSg0r Of Assistant Professor of Speech Associate Professor of Marketing , Economics and Finance P 24 Rev. Thomas A. Duross, S.J B.A., M.A. Assistant Professor of Theology An informal legal conference. Robert T. Curran 1 B.A., LLB. Assistant Professor of Business Law Rev. Thomas J. Doyle, SJ. B.A., M.A., S.T.l.. Assistant Professor of Philosophy --Ayn YK Q, 4, E as Vx ... . 0 F j g N six ' .. Rev. Clement C. Englet Nicholas S. Falcone C.SS.R., S,T.L., S.E.O.L. M.A., LL.B., LL.M. Lecturer in Theology Assistant Professor of Labor Relations l l Bernard B. Gilligan Carl Hemmer, S.J. Rev. James J. l-liggins, A B.A., M.A., Ph.D. A.B., M.A., Ph.l.. A.B., M.A. g Assistant Professor of Philosophy Instructor in Economics Assistant Professor of Religion? and Finance 25 Robert L. Koerner MA., LL.B. Assistant Professor of Business Law Bene Merenti Thomas A. Hyland B.S., M.B.A. Lecturer in. Economics and Finance ,V nf.. V 1,3 W 9' 'rf A Spring day on campus. C. Murray Kavanagh LL.B. Lecturer in Business Law Bene Merenti Paul J. Koslow B.S,, M.S. Lecturer in Management John C. Lynch B.S. Lecturer In Management Rev. Philip P. MCAVO S.J W James McDermitt B.S., M.B.A., C..P.A, Lecturer in Accounting Y. - Vincent McLaughlin B-A-1 M-A-, 5-T.l-- B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Instructor in Theolog Y 'Lecturer in Management 26 V 4217 ki:-ff -r ' wfu' .3:r.f - , f -31, . 1 ,::. ,., gtg James H. MacNeill B.B.A., C.P.A. Instructor in Accounting Rev. Reginald P. Madren O. Carm. B.A. Instructor in Theology "Taxes have always been a problem." Edward F. Marek B.B.A., M.B.A., C.P.A. Lecturer in Accounting William J. Murphy B.A., M.B.A. Instructor in History , r -if ' '53 V- 1 ' .1 .s.f?'ggv My ' 25 ' ,.-52' L ' 125' Wi , , K .. -.,5i23,.3.,. ,,,. Joseph F. Moriarty iw? ' ' " fit if Professor ot English Bene Merenti Rev. John W. Murphy B.A., MA. Lecturer in Sociology 27 J. Frank Morris B.A., M.B.A. Lecturer in Economics and Finance Rev. Vincent P. O'Beirne BA., MA., Pho. Associate Professor of Theology John E. Reddy Joseph H. Riley Rev. William Rinschler B.A., M.A. B.C.S., B.S., C.P.A. B.A. Assistant Professor of English Lecturer in Accounting Lecturer in Theology JOhn B. Schmitt Lecturer in Accounting 1' .J Albert G. Romano B.S., M.A., Cand. Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Marketing Our industrial relations expert. John M. Salter B.A., M.A. Instructor in Speech Louis Schultz B.B,A., C.P.A. Lecturer in Accounting 28 Rev. Joseph B. Schuyler, S.J. B.A., M.A., Ph.L., S.T.L., Ph.D. Instructor in Sociology Rev. Lawrence A. Sheehan, S.J. Haig Silvanie Philip M. Sreinborn B.A., Ph.L., S.T.L, B.A., M.A., Ph.D, B,B.A., C.P.A. Instructor in TheOlOQY Associate Professor of Associate Professor of Accounting Economics and Finance Victor J. Ta rdino B.B.A., C.P.A. Lecturer in Accounting "Are you thoroughly confused?" Rev. Eamon Taylor, S..l. . K V U ,.ii?.g.Q'ft.".i'l.'lt.y Accountlng Asslslzants l Kenneth H. Meeker Rafael A. Pacheco John E. Sutherland, JF- 29 SCHOOL OF BOUS l iNE SS WOOLWORTH BUILDING 1920-1940 i. 'liffff rig' ik af-I Al 'fix -'S' ad Seniors 1 W N 1 1 E '7 L: fy, 1 E 5 'HL52?r'!' f ffjff-'zffirfif-yi'Ef'3 3 ,A '15, , .1313 3 fi' , 2 111.:1gf,w4'-we , 'Q 'xy 5, ':',?7!kf:i51f-1:',' f If ., - ,M154-,5sg1,,:4:f,f2-1 4 V,-ggfgx,,,z1:,gw,.1g.,,ggr 5.7. 1 - .W:-,W"1,'.:1,.'-,Lf , ,- ,"'fzff-ww.:are-rz:,.z: :px ,f 4 Q '3'fi'ff:: -4 " 1 if' -1 ,p,-q,w,mg:oA,-wg-2'-'Q , V , - T I -1-iw? , . ::,f.:.'4: wif nf THOMAS P. BALDINO, B.S. 6 Laura Street South Norwalk, Conn. MANAGEMENT Loyola Business Club 2, 3, 45 Philosophy Club 35 Management Club 2, 3, 45 Literary Club 45 Jazz Club 2, 35 American Management As- sociation 45 Society tor the Advancement of Management 4. JOSEPH P. BARDINELLA, B.S. Fort Lauderdale, Florida MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 3, 45 Alpha Delta Sigma 45 Passion Play 45 R.O.T.C. I, 25 Values 3, 4, General Manager 4. A letter from the dean. WILLIAM R. BARRS, B.S. Scotch Cap Road Quaker Hill, Connecticut ECONOMICS Sodality I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Prefect 45 Freshman Orientation 3, 4, Chair- man 45 Maroon Key I, 25 Economics Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club I, 25 Boarder Council I5 Activities Council 2, 3, 45 Aries 'I5 Passion Play I, 25 Mission Dance Committee I, 2, 3, 45 Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 2, 35 Student Council 45 Industrial Relations Council 3, 45 Maroon Quill 25 Senior Prom Committee 45 University Council 2, 3 45 Len- tin Mission Drive I, 2, 35 Connecticut Club I, 25 Senior Week Activities 45 Values, Chair- man of Board 45 Who's Who 45 Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 4. 32 JAMES M. BARRY, B.S. 58-O8 Zi 9th Street Bayside 64, New York ACCOUNTING Maroon Quill 3, 45 Philosophy Club 45 Loyola Business Club 35 Accounting Society I, 2. 3. 45 Intramurals: Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Basketball 2, 3. MARIO M. BATTISTELLA, B.S. 2l I7 Hone Avenue Bronx 6l, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 4: Veterans Club l, 2, 3, 4g Mission Dance Committee 4, Class Vice President 2, 45 U.S. Navy 4 years. CARL R. BELLO, B.S. 9lS Elsmere Place Bronx 60, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality l, 2, Blood Drive I, 23 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Management Club 2, 3, 4. ANDREW E. BERGER, B.S. Fidelis I 2 ARTHUR J. BENVENGA, B.S. i857 I-lering Avenue Bronx 6i, New York MANAGEMENT Aries 45 Management Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Veterans Club l, 2, 3, 43 U.S. Marines 3 years. MANAGEMENT Management Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Foot- ball I, 2, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 21 Freshman Basketball lg Semper 2820 Bailey Avenue Bronx 63 New York PAUL C. BOPKO, B.S. 260 Seaman Avenue New York 34, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 2, 3 F Club 2, 3, 4. 33 Track I, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country lg Block DONALD J. BOSTWICK, B.S. 299 Jackson Street Hempstead, L.l. MANAGEMENT Sodality l3 Class Secretary l, 2, 3, 43 Loyola Business Club 3, 43 Mission Dance Committee 13 Economics Club I3 Management Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, 43 Senior Prom Com- - mittee 43 Intramural Basketball l, 23 Ameri- J- B-5- can Management Association 43 Society for I the Advancement ot Management 4. 2012 DaVldSOr1 Avenue Bronx 53, New York FINANCE JOHN J. BRADY, B.S. 3150 Kingsbridge Avenue Bronx 63, New York MANAGEMENT Management Club l, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Sports: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 Block F Club 2, 3, 4. Sodality l3 Veterans Club I, 2, 33 Gaelic Society 33 Finance Club l, 2, 3, 43 Philosophy Club lj U.S. Navy 4 years. DONALD G. BRAUN, B.S. 34 Abbott Road Buffalo 20, New York FINANCE Sodality l, 23 Freshman Orientation 43 Maroon Key i, 2, 3, 43 Accounting Society l3 Veter- an's Club l, 2, 3, 43 Aries l, 2, 33 Passion Play l, 2, 3, 43 Blood Drive l, 2, 43 Fi- nance Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Intercol- legiate Bowling 2, 3, 43 Intramurals: Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Mimes and Mummers l, 2, 3, 43 Senior Gift Com- mittee 43 Varsity Bowling 2, 3, 43 U.S. Army 2 years. - 34 JOHN P. BRENNAN, B.S. 4'5l 60th Street Brooklyn 20, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality 13 Loyola Business Club 3, 43 Phil- osophy Club 3, 43 Management Club 2, 3, 4, American Management Association 43 Society for the Advancement of Management 4. "Who, me?" S. DIANA BUFFA, B.S. l4l -lO 82nd Drive Jamaica l8, New York MARKETING Student Council 45 Maroon Quill 3, 4, Marble Campus 45 Aries 4, Literary Editor 43 Roberta ERNEST P. BROWN, B.S. 3429 72nd Street Jackson Heights, L.l. MANAGEMENT Ph'l0S0Dhv Club 3, 4, Management Club 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. 3, GAX Shows 2, 3, 45 lnterclass Dinner En- tertainment 4g Junior Prom Committee 3, Chairman of Sweetheart Committee 33 Mar- keting Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3: Gamma Alpha Chi 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4p Freshman Orientation 4, Maroon Key l, 2, 3, 4, Chairman Planning Committee 35 Senior Prom Committee 4, Advertising Career Conference 3, 4. 35 THOMAS M. BRENNAN, B.S. 35-28 l53rd Street Flushing 54, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4g Propeller Club 2, 3, 45 Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 4, Varsity Track l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 41 Music Club 3, Aries 45 Passion Play 3, 4, Air Force R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Mission Dance Committee 2, 33 Maroon Quill 2, 3, 4, Block F Club 2, 3, 43 Officers Club 43 Cross Country Team l, 2, 3, 4, Military Ball Committee 4, Intra- mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. EDWIN J. BULL, B.S. 2797 Marion Avenue Bronx 58, New York MANAGEMENT Dean's List 2, 3: Intramurals: Football l, 2, United States Air Force 4 Years: Freshman Orientation 3, 4, Maroon Key 2, 3. 42 Econ- omics Club 2, Accounting Society ll, Veterans Club l, 2, 3, 45 Aries 2, 3, 4, .Assistant Pho- tography Editor 3, Managing Editor 43 Sound- ing Board lg Mission Dance Committee 3, Blood Drive 2, 3, Chi Rho 2, 3, 4, Gaelic Society 2, 3, 45 Business School Representative 3, 43 Freshman Reception Committee 3, 43 Senior Week Committee 4, Class Treasurer 23 Class Secretary lp Maroon Quill 2, 3, 4, Staff Photographer 2, 3, 43 Senior Prom Committee 4, Management Club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH BURKE, B.S. 300 East I63rd Street Bronx Sl, New York MARKETING M k t' Cl b 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 2, 3,3215 l2?famSfalS: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ROBERT J, CADLEY, 55, ketball I, 2, 3, 43 Veteran's Club I, 2, 3, 4, glass lfreasurer 3, Class Secretary 33 U.S. 17 Madison Avenue avy years' Madison, New Jersey MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2. 3 ball I, 2, 3, 43 Music Club 3, 4, Secretary 3 ' 41 Air Force R.O.T.C. l, 2. DANIEL P, BURKE JR., B.S. 47 Whitney Ridge Terrace North Haven, Connecticut ACCOUNTING Aries 45 Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4g Student Marketing Institute, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Ori- entation 4, Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 43 Boarder Council 2, 3, 4, Connecticut Club I, ROBERT J. CANTOW, B.S. IO9-li 205th Place Hollis I2, New York ACCOUNTING Sodality Ig Accounting Society I, 2, 3. 4, Passion Play I, 2, 3, 43 Maroon Quill 2, 3: Balance Sheet 2, 43 Lenten Mission Drive 2, MICHAEL J. cAMPBEu., s.s. 14' i594 Metropolitan Avenue Bronx 62, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 3, 4: Alpha Delta Sigma 4, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Marketinq Day Committee 3, Student Directory 43 R.O.T.C. I, 21 Mission' Dance Committee 3, Class Treasurer 45 lnterclass Dinner Committee 3. 36 43 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basket- 'TT fi? JOHN T. CAREY, B.S. I 30-40 45th Street Long Island City 3, L.l. ECONOMICS Sodality I3 Intramurals: Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Literary Club I3 Fresh- man Orientation I3 Economics Club I, 2, 3, 43 Accounting Society I3 Commuters Club 2, 3, 43 Class Vice President I. CARL R. CARIERI, B.S. I705 Purdy Street Bronx 62, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 33 Intramurals: Football 3, 43 Softball 23 Blood Drive I3 Maroon Quill I. EDWARD J. CARROLL, B.S. I34 Kimball Terrace Yonkers, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 33 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2. 3, 43 Intramural Athletic Commission 43 Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 43 Chi Rho Fraternity ' oon Quill I , 3 N.C.O. Clu ' 3,4,Mar ,23 b2,3, Pershing Rifles I, 23 Distinguished Military Student 43 Intramural Softball I, 23 Annual All Star Football Game 2, 3, 4. "Fordl'iam's Oscar." 37 RONALD F. CASSINARI, B.S. 25-23 42nd Street Astoria, L.l. , MANAGEMENT Degrfg List I, 2, 33 U, S. Navy Four Years Veterans Club I3 Management Club 2, 3, 4 Vice President 4, ROBERT J. CESTOLA, B.S. 5 Vandam Street New York l3, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List 33 Loyola Business Club 2, 3, 43 Philosophy Club 3, President 33 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 43 Intramural Basketball 2, 43 counting Society 2, 3, 43 Barrett Literary So- ciety 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. DAVID ,L. CHAMBERLAIN, B.S. 73 Selvage Avenue West Englewood, New Jersey ACCOUNTING . Soclality 2, 3, 43 Dean's List i3 Who's Who 43 Intramural Football 23 Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 Aries 3, 4, Assistant Editor 43 Sounding Board I3 Passion Play 2, 3, 43 Mission Dance Committee 3, 4, Chairman 33 Chi Rho 3, 43 Maroon Quill 2, 3, 4, News Editor 43 Balance Sheet 2, 3, 43 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4. EDWARD A. CLARKE, B.S. 43-66 l63rd Street Flushing, New York MARKETING Loyola Business Club 3, 43 O'Mailia Business Club l, 23 Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 4, Secretary 43 Marketing Club 3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 43 U. S. Air Force four years3 Philosophy Club 3, 4. PATRICK J. CLARKE, B.S. 676 Tinton Avenue Bronx 55, New York MARKETING Mafkellng Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 49 AlDl'1a Delta Sigma 3, 4, Vice President 43 Intramural Football 2, 3, 43 U. S. Navy two years: Maroon Kev 3, 4, veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Treasurer 2, 45 Fashion Show 3, 43 Gaelic Society 4. "I-Iome James." 38 EDWARD T. CLIFFORD, B.S. 99 Marble Hill Avenue New York 63, New York ACCOUNTING Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball I, 2, 3, 41 Softball I, 2, 3g Music Club 2, JOHN P. CLOHESSY, B.S. 40 Sherman Avenue New York 40, New York ACCOUNTING Maroon Key 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Finance Committee 4, Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 Aries 4, Sounding Board I1 Passion Play I, 2, Business Staff 25 Mission Dance Committee 45 Chi Rho 2, 3, 4, Vice President 35 Class Secre- tary 4, Senior Prom Committee 45 Freshman Reception 23 Gaelic Society 3, 4. JOSEPH A. COLLERAN, B.S. 542 West l62nd Street New York 32, New York MARKETING Dean's List Ig Loyola Business Club 3, 4' Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3: 4, Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 45 U.S. Army two years. JOHN A. COLLINS, B.S. l7O Spencer Avenue Lynbrook, Long Island MARKETING Class Treasurer I, 2, 3, 4-g Loyola Business Club I, 2, 3, 4, Philosophy Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, l Maroon Quill I, 2, Marketing Club 2, 3. 4, Propell Cl b 3, 4: Al h Delt Sigma 3, 43 Intramsi-al Basketball Il? 25 Litgrary Club 33 J- B's' Rampages 4, Advertising Week 4. 306 East 206th Street Bronx 67, New York MARKETING Loyola Business Club 3, 4, Philosophy Club 3' v Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma 45 U. S. Army two years. 39 l MICHAEL J. CONNOLLY, B.S. 65l West l78th Street New York 33, New York MANAGEMENT Philosophy Club 3, 43 Management Club 2, 3, 43 Intramurals: Football 43 Basketball 43 Soft- ball 2. HERBERT F. COX, JR., B.S. 75-36 60th Place Brooklyn 27, New York 'ACCOUNTlNG Aries 43 Blood Drive 3, 43 Intramurals: Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball i, 2, 3, 43 Softball l, 2, 3, 43 Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 43 N.C.O. Club 2, 33 Officers Club 43 Military Ball Committee 4, Ceremonies Committee 4. On to Loyola! JOSEPH P. CRISTIANO, B.S. ll3l Fteley Avenue Bronx 72, New York MANAGEMENT Mimes and Mummers 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 43 Military Ball Committee 43 Manage- ment Club 2, 3, 43 Finance Club l3 Class Secretary l3 Class Vice President 23 Intra- murals: Football l, 23 Softball l, 2. 40 ROBERT J. CRONE, B.S. 29-27 l68th Street Flushing 58, New York ACCOUNTING Accounting Society 2, 3. 43 Intramurals: Soft- ball 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 43 N.C.O. 2, 3, Vice President 2, President 33 Otticers Club 43 Millitary Ball Committee 43 Reserve Officers Association 3, 4. ,,,,.., . :ze-E-.: ,, , g War GEORGE F. CROWLEY, B.S. 33-54 83rd Street Jackson I-leights, New York MANAGEMENT 'if JOSEPH S. CUMELLA, B.S. 1871 East 23rd Street Brooklyn 29, New York MARKETING Dean's List 33 Loyola Business Club 2, 3, 4: Philosophy Club 3, 4, Aries 4, lnterclass Din- ner Committee 3g Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 3, 4, Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 4, Intramural Bowling I, 2, 3, 43 Rampages 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Fashion Show 3, Advertising Week 4. Student Directory 3, Advertising Chairman 35 Management Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3: Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Student Council I, 2, 3, Class President 1, 2, 3, Annual Communion Breakfast Corn- mittee 2. .. . . 5, .lm M L' I : I I . .. :- ':zfs:1:2:'z:u -' 'ri-12.5".2-2--ft '.-'1 f gr , ,,,.l ,N,,,, - .-X , fr: 1?'rfef1,14e:.:I3: ififfrlfz 'J ' .' 'lg I"Ef.'2fi5':z'75f55:':f?:53isg23 4,.,,:,1s ,:.,,,s3,,,,,f , - . 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DABELSTEIN, B.S. 707 Burke Street Westwood, New Jersey MARKETING LOYOIB Business Club 45 Philosophy Club 3, Barrett Literary Society 4, Marketing Club 2, 3, 45 Propeller Club 3. CARMI NE D'ANGELO, B.S. 734 East 228th Street New York 66, New York MARKETING Marketing Club I, 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club I, 2, 3, 4, Blood Drive 1, 2. 41 NICHOLAS G. D'APUZZO, B.S. 573 Ilth Street Brooklyn, New York MANAGEMENT Dean's List I, 2, 3, Gold Medal Winner I, 2, 33 Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society 3, 45 Loyola Business Club 3, 43 Philosophy Club 3, Aries 4, Management Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Interclass Dinner Committee 33 U. S. Navy tour years, Literary Club 43 Veterans Club 2. EDWARD G. DeGROAT, B.S. 72 Summit Street Nyack, New York MANAGEMENT Senior Prom Committee 43 Block F Club 2, 3, 43 Democratic Club I, 2, 3, 43 Management Club 2, 3, 43 New York State Club l, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4. D B S . , . . l5l2 Purdy Street Bronx, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 43 Intramural Foot- ball I, 23 U. S. Army two yearsg Veterans Club 2, 3, 43 Fashion Show 3, 4. EDWARD J. DeNAVE, B.S. 64 74th Street Brooklyn, New York MARKETING Marketing Club I, 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club I, 2, 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD R. DIXON, B.S. 78-58 85th Street Glendale 27, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List I3 Class Treasurer I, 2, 3, 43 Loyola Business Club 43 Aries 43 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 43 Intramural Bowling 3, 43 Literary Club 43 Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 Balance Sheet 2, 3. 42 THOMAS A. DOHERTY, B.S. 90-ll 2lOth Street Queens Village, Long Island FINANCE Finance Club 2, 3, 43 Block F Club 2, 3, 4 Blood Drive 2, 43 Chi Rho 43 Intramural Bas ketball I, 2, 3, 43 Varsity Golf Team 2, 3, 4 Captain 4. CHRIST DRAKOPOULOS, B.S. T43-58 Quince Avenue Flushing 55, New York MARKETING Dean's List l, 2, 35 Who's Who 3, 45 Gold Medal Winner l, 2, 35 Alpha Beta Kappa H0nor Society 45 Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society 45 Class President l, 2, 3, 45 Student Councli ii 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secre- faVY, President Pro.Temp. 3, President 45 l-0Yola Business Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3, Vice-President 45 Maroon Quill 2, 3, News Editor 35 Aries 2, 3, 4, Advertising Manager 3, Business Manager 45 Student Di- rectory 2. 3, Chairman 25 lnterclass Dinner Committee 2, 3, 4, Chairman 35 Mission Dance Committee 2, 35 Junior Prom Committee 3, C0-Chairman 35 Senior Prom Committee 4, Co- Chairman 45 Blood Drive 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman 2, Chairman 35 Who's Who Committee 3, 4, Chairman 35 Alpha Beta Kappa Committee 3, Chairman 35 Jesuit Mission Drive 3, 4, Co- Chairman 3, 45 Student Council Dance Com- fmffee 2, 3, 4, Chairman 2, Co-Chairman 3, 43 Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 3- 49 Ring Committee 2, Chairman 25 Market- ll'lQ Club 3, 45 Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 45 Fresh- man Orientation 3, 4, Chairman 45 Veterans Club T, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, President 45.University Council 3, 45 Aries Dance Committee 3, 4, Chairman 3, Co-Chair- man 42 U. S. Navy 4 years. wtf! "So we lost money!" JAMES E. DUNLEAVY, B.S. 332 East 238th Street Bronx 70, New York ACCOUNTING Sodality lg Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 45 Aries 4, Booster Chairman5 Sounding Board l5 Passion Play I, 25 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 45 Reserve Officers Association 3, 45 Association of United States Army 3, 45 Freshman Recep- tion Committee 25 lntramurals: Football 3, 45 Softball l, 2, 3, 4. 43 THOMAS DOWD, B.SL lO3 West l83rd Street Bronx 53, New York ECONOMICS Gaelic Society 3, 45 Mission Dance Committee 3, 45 Economics Club 2, 3, 45 Music Club 25 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Softball 3. PAUL A. DURSI, B.S. 60 Windsor Road Scarsdale, New York MANAGEMENT Who's Who 3, 4, Chairman 35 Alpha Beta Kappa 3, 4, Chairman 35 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 45 Softball l, 2, 35 Freshman Orienta- tion 3, 45 Christmas Dance Committee l, 25 Aries 1, 25 Sounding Board l, 2, 3, President l, 25 Student Directory l, 25 Passion Play l, 2, Business Manager 35 Army R,O,T.C, l, 2, 3,. 4, Distinguished Military Student 45 Blood Drive l, 25 Freshman Reception Committee 2, 4, Chairman 25 Ring Committee 3, 'Chairman 35 Class President lg Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 3, Vice President 45 Maroon Ouill 1, 2: University Council 35 Lenten Mission Drive l, 2, 35 Management Club 3, 45 lnterclass Dinner Committee 2. 3. Chairman 3. BRIAN J. EUSTACE, B.S.' 2474 Marion Avenue Bronx 58, New York ACCOUNTING Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 43 Aries 3, 43 Stu- dent Directory 3, Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Association of United States Army 3, 45 Re- serve Officers Association 3, 41 N.C.O. Club 2, 35 Junior Prom Committee 33 Gaelic Society I, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals: Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. ALFONSO J. FANJUL, B.S. Apartado I I66 Habana, Cuba MANAGEMENT Varsity Tennis I, 23 Soccer 3, 4, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Softball 3, Tennis Club I, 2, Spanish American Club I, 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President lg Block F Club 3. JAMES H. FENWICK, B.S. 232 Trenclriard Street Yonkers 3, New York MARKETING Class Vice President Ig Marketing Club 2, 3, 41 Propeller Club 2, 33 Intramurals: Softball I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Fordham Crew 3, 4g Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 43 NCO Club 2, 3. AEDAN A. FLANAGAN, B.S. 25I-I I 82nd Avenue Bellerose 26, New York MANAGEMENT Management Club 2, 3, 43 U. S. Army two years, Veterans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4 Gaelic Club 3. DANIEL J. FITZPATRICK, B.S. 44-63 23rd Street Long Island City, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality Ig Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I, 2. 3. 4: Sounding Board Ig Mani agement Club 2, 3, 4. HENRY E. FORGIONE Il, B.S. ZO2 Belleview Avenue Southington, Connecticut MARKETING Sodality 3, 4, Values 3, 4, Editor 4, Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball I, Intramurals: Football 3, 4, Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Orientation 4, Mod- erator 4, Accounting Society 2, Boarder Council 3, Rambler I, 2, 3, Activities Council 3, Aries I, 2, Student Directory 3, 4, R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Mission Dance Committee 4, Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 3, Ring Committee 3, Class President I, Class Vice President I, Student Council I, 2, 3, Corres- ponding Secretary 3, Maroon Quill 3, 4, Officers Club 3, 4. THOMAS P. FOX, B.S. I75 Hillman Drive East Paterson, New Jersey MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Officers Club 4. PATRICK J. GALLAGHER, B.S. I8O West Street Englewood, New Jersey MANAGEMENT Dean's List 2, Management Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, U. S. Army two years, Veterans Club I, 2, 3, 4. I "Dorm life." 45 JAMES I. GALVIN, B.S. 307 East 85th Street New York 28, New York ACCOUNTING Sodality I, Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals: Basketball 2, 4, Softball I, Army R,O,T,C, 1, 2, 3, 4, Reserve Officers Associa- tion 3, 4, NCO Club 2, 3, Officers Club 4, Blood Drive 2, 4, Gaelic Society 3, 4, Balance Sheet 4, Radio Club 3. JOHN M. GARAFALO, B.S. 33l 56th Street Brooklyn 20, New York MANAGEMENT Student Directory 43 Band l, 23 Jazz Club 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Management Club 2, 3, 43 Ring Committee 2, 33 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2. DONALD P. GAYDOS, B.S. 639 East 30th Street Paterson 3, New Jersey MARKETING Sodality i3 Who's Who 43 Class Vice President l, 2, 3, 43 Loyola Business Club 2, 3, 43 Phil- osophy Club 3, 43 Maroon Quill 3, 43 Aries 3, 4, Financial Manager 43 Student Directory 33 lnterclass Dinner Committee 33 Mission Dance Committee 33 Junior Prom Committee 33 Blood Drive 33 Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 4, President 43 Freshman Orientation 43 Veterans Club 2, 3, 43 Senior Prom Committee 43 Intra- murals: Bowling l, 2, 3, 43 U. S. Navy four years. DERMOD G. GERETY, B.S. 80 Plymouth Road White Plains, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality 2, 3, Secretary 33 Deari's List 23 lntramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 23 Maroon Key 2, 3, 43 Accounting Society lg Aries 43 Passion Play i, 2, 3, 43 Mission Dance Committee 2, 33 Chi Rho 2, 3, 43 Finance Club 3, 43 Management Club 2, 3, 43 Student Court Associate Justice 43 U. S. Army two years. JOSEPH E. GISTARO, B.S. 180 72nd Street Brooklyn 9, New York ACCOUNTING 50ClBll'fY ll Dean's List i3 Loyola Business Club 45 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 43 Intramurals: Bowling 42 B'35k9fP-all 2, 33 Accounting Society 2, 3, 4. 46 A quarterly appraisal. 'I ERNEsTo L. Go, B.S. I ZSII Sedwick Avenue Bronx 68, New York , FINANCE Finance Club I, 2, 3, 4, Music Club 2 T. B.S. Senior Week Committee 4, Senior Prom Com- 325O Perry Avenue Bronx 67, New York MANAGEMENT Management Club 2, 3, 4, Commuters Club 2, 3, 43 Veterans Club I, 2, 3, 4, U. S. Army two years, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. mittee 4. STANLEY J. GODLEWSKI, B S IOI A India Street Brooklyn 22, New York MANAGEMENT Management Club 3, 43 Blood Drive 23 Spanish Club 3, 4, Freshman Orientation 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, THOMAS A. GOVERNALE, B.S. 2738 Wickham Avenue Bronx 69, New York ECONOMICS Who's Who 4, Intramural Football I, 2, 3, 4, U. S. Navy four years, Freshman Orientation 4, Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Activities Council 3, Mission Dance Committee 2, 3, Blood Drive 3, Annual Communion Break- fast Committee I, 23 Class Vice President I, President 23 Student Council 2, Maroon Quill 3. 47 DAVID VINCENT GREEN, B.S. Porter Avenue Middlebury, Connecticut ACCOUNTING Sodality I, 2, 3, 4, Vice Prefect 3, 45 Fresh- man Orientation 4g Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Aries 3, Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Mission Dance Committee I, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 43 Intramural Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Values 3, 43 Alpha Beta Kappa Committee 4, Class President 45 Stu- dent Council 4g Balance Sheet 3, 4, Literary Editor 3, University Council 3, Officers Club 45 R.O.A. 3, 43 .U.S.A. 3, 4, Connecticut Club I, 2, 3, 43 Who's Who 4, Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 4. THOMAS A. GREEN, B.S. I6 Evergreen Road New Egypt, New Jersey MANAGEMENT Boarder Council 2, 3, 45 Management Club 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 2, 3, 4, New Jersey State Club 3, 41 Chi Rho 3, 4, Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 41 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. f Ashes to ashes . . . MICHAEL HAMMER, B.S. 433 Monterey Avenue ' ' Pelham Manor, New York ECONOMICS R,O.T.C. l, 2, Blood Drive 43 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 33 Basketball l, 2, 33 Economics Club 2, 3, 4. PETER J. HARDY, B.S. 626 King Avenue Bronx 64 New York ACCOUNTING Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Air Force l, 2, 3, 43 Pershing Rifles l, 2, 3, 4, Air Force Rifle Team I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Varsity Rifle Team l, 2, 3, 4. 48 R.O.T.C. JOHN J. HAYMAN, B.S. . 937 Prospect Place Brooklyn l3, New York I MANAGEMENT I Student Directory 3, Junior Prom Committee 33 Varsity Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. 5227, DANIEL J. HENNESSY SI4 West Zi Ith Street New York 34, New York MARKETING Dean's List 33 Class President lg Class Treas- urer 23 Student Council I, 23 Annual Com- munion Breakfast Committee I3 Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 43 Intramural Football I3 U. S. lillagini Corps, three years3 Veterans Club I, JOSE F. HERNANDEZ, B.S. 2009 Flamboyan Avenue San Turce, Puerto Rico MANAGEMENT SAMUEL J. HENRY, B.S. 9425 Shore Road Brooklyn 9, New York ACCOUNTING Class Vice President 43 Philosophy Club 3, 43 Beta Alpha Psi 43 Fordham Passion Players I, 23 Sounding Board 23 Mission Dance Committee 21 U. S. Navy tour years3 Accounting Society 2. 3, 4, President 43 Veterans Club I, 23 Balance Sheet 43 Senior Prom Committee 43 Senior Week Committee 4. Management Club 2, 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. I3 International Club 3, 43 Intramurals: Softball 3, 43 Centro Hispano Americano I, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Academia Hispana 3, 4. 49 I RAYMOND J. HENNESSY, B.S. 2463 Valentine Avenue Bronx 58, New York ACCOUNTING Who's Who 43 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Maroon Key 2, 3, 43 Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 43 Aries 43 Passion Play 2, 3, 4, Business Staff 23 Mission Dance Committee 3, 43 Chi Rho 2, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 33 Gaelic Society 3, 43 Freshman Reception Committee 2, 33 Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 41 Class President 43 Student Council 43 Senior Prom Committee 43 lnterclass Dinner Committee 43 Senior Week Committee 4. DONALD W. HESSELBIRG, B.S. 56-I4 62nd Street Maspeth 78, Long Island ACCOUNTING Dean's List I3 Loyola Business Club 43 Intra- murals: Football 43 Bowling 43 Basketball I, 2, 43 Literary Club 3, 43 Accounting Society 2, 3, 4. I iz -2 l i EDWARD T. HILL, B.S. 34 James Street Rosendale, New York ACCOUNTING Maroon Key l, 2, 3, 43 Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 43 Christmas Dance Committee 33 Student Directory 33 Passion Play l3 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 43 Association United States Army 3, 43 Reserve Officers Association 3, 43 Class Treas- urer 33 Block F Club 3, 43 Varsity Sailing Team 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Blood Drive 3. ALBERT HOTZ 277 Somerset Street North Plaintield, New Jersey ECONOMICS Varsity Sailing Team and Association l, 2, 3, 4, Commodore 43 Intramurals: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Freshman Orientation 43 Economics Club 3, 43 Activities Council 43 Aries 4, Sports Editor 43 Student Directory 3, Managing Editor 33 Passion Play 33 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Association of U. S. Army 3, 43 St. John Berchman Society l, 23 Maroon Quill 3, 43 Block F Club 2, 3, 43 NCO Club 23 Officers Club 43 New Jersey State Club l, 23 Who's Who 4. JOHN R. HUGHES, B.S. 480 Audubon Avenue New York 40, New York MANAGEMENT Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Economics Club l3 Mission Dance Committee 3, 43 Blood Drive l, 2, 3, 43 Poster Club 3, 43 Management Club 3, 43 Chi Rho 3. J. LEONARD HULTGREN, B.S. 75-O8 Colonial Road Brooklyn, New York ' MARKETING Dean's List l, 23 Student Council 3, 43 Phi losophy Club 3, 43 Marketing Club 2, 3, 4 President 3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 43 Intra mural Basketball l, 23 U. S. Navy four years Veterans Club l, 2, 3, 4. 50 NICHOLAS G. IACOVELLA, B.S i234 Astor Avenue New York 69, New York MANAGEMENT Maroon Key 2, 3, 4, Steering Committee 4 Passion Play 3, 42 ManaQe1TleflT Club 3. 4 Class Secretary 33 Class Vice President 4 U. S. Army twO years. ,- Q1 T, as After an exam. FRANCIS P. JOYCE, B.S. 44 Park Avenue Yonkers, New York LAWRENCE N. JOHNSTON, B.S. 552 Jamaica Avenue Brooklyn 8, New York MARKETING Loyola Business club 1, 2, 3, 4, Philosophy Cllflb 33 Maroon Quill 3, 4, Assistant Sports Editor 3, Marketing Club 2, 33 Propeller Club M. 45 Alpha Delta Sigma 43 Intramurals: Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4, ECONOMICS Sodality l, 25 Maroon Key 4, Economics Club l, 2, 3, 4, Veterans Club l, 2, 3, 45 Passion Play 3, 45 Blood Drive I, 2, 3, 4, Fordham Friars 3, 4, Finance Club 3, 4, Gaelic Society 3, 4, Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 45 U. S. Army two years. 5l VINCENT J. IUZZOLINO, B.S. l858 Phelan Place Bronx 53, New York MANAGEMENT Dean's List l, 2, 3, Class President lg Loyola Business Club I, 2, 3, 43 Philosophy Club l, 2, 3, 4, Management Club 2, 3, 4, lntramural Basketball l, 25 U.S. Army two years, Vet- erans Club I, 2, 3, 4. H WILLIAM J. KEGAN, B.S. 739 East 22lst Street New York 67, New York MARKETING Dean's List 2, 3, Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Reserve Officers Association 3, 43 NCO Club 2, 3, 45 Officers Club 4. MARY FRANCES KEENAN, B.S. 2492 DeVoe Terrace Bronx 68, New York MANAGEMENT Class Secretary l, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 43 Loyola Business Club 2, 3, 43 Philosophy Club 3, 43 Maroon Quill l, 2, 3, 43 Aries 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 43 Student Directory 2, 3, Ad- vertising Manager 23 Dramatics: Roberta, South THOMAS T. KENNEDY, B.S. 35-45 l58th Street Flushing 58, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 23 Propeller Club 3, 43 Intra- murals: Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, J. B.S. 43 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 43 NCO Club 2, 3, Treasurer 33 Officers Club 43 Military Ball 293 East Prospect Avenue Committee 43 Reserve Officers Association Mount Vernon New York 3 4 ' ' ' ACCOUNTING Sodality l, 23 Dean's List l, 2, 33 U. S. Navy four years3 Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 43 Veterans Club l, 23 Chi Rho 2, 3, 4, President 43 Balance' Sheet 3, 43 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 43 Intramural Softball i, 2, 33 Student Court 4, Chief Justice 4. Pacific, Guys and Dolls3 Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 43 Literary Club 2, 3, 43 Freshman Orientation 43 Senior Prom Com- mittee 43 Student Council Dance Committee 33 Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment 43 American Management Association 4. NEVILLE L. KIDD l3ll Bristow Street BFOHX 59, New York ECONOMICS EUGENE E. KIELAR, B.S. 25-4l 85th Street Jackson Heights, New York MANAGEMENT Dean's List 33 Loyola Business Club 3, 43 Phi- losophy Club 3, 43 Management Club 2, 3, 43 U. S. Army two YEBFSQ Literary Club l, 2, 3, 43 Veterans Club l. Sounding Board l, 23 Dramatics 1, 3, 43 Economics Club 2, 3, 4. 52 l JOHN K. LaMOTHE 29l Central Avenue Englewood, New Jersey MANAGEMENT glanagernent Club 2, 3, 45 Veterans Club I LOUIS J. LACERRA JR., B.S. 507 South l lth Street Mount Vernon, New York Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3. MARKETING Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Distinguished Mili- tary Student 4, Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 33 Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 4, lntiiamauralsr Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Softball . , ,4- u-.-ilg. , 3, 4, U. S. Army two years, lntramuralszl GENE A. LANZA, B.S. l97 Sterling Avenue Yonkers 4, New York MANAGEMENT Management Club 2, 3, 4, Aries 4, lntra- mural Football 2, 3, 4. "Reservations, anyone?" 53 l as K. AFSARJLATEEF, B.S. Hyderabad, India FINANCE Deaf-,'s Ligf 1, 23 Finance Club l, 2, 3, 4, International Club 3, President 3, Varsity Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Varsity Squash Team 2, 3, 4. HERBERT T. LEIS, B.S. 456 83rd Street Brooklyn 9, New York ACCOUNTING Sodality 2, 3g Class Vice President lg Maroon Quill 43 lnterclass Dinner Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Mission Dance Committee 3, 45 Maroon Key 2, 3, 4g Account- ing Society 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Bowling 3, Basketball 23 Dramatics: South Pacific, Guys and Dolls, Roberta, Our Town. WILLIAM F. LEWIS, B.S. l I97 Grand Concourse Bronx 57, New York ECONOMICS lEfZcl2?5l'tLCSQflBb1?'f'3llil'riaflllieleyflfllls'Efaf' MICHAEL J- I-EYDEN, B-5. 220 Madison Avenue New York l6, New York ACCOUNTING Philosophy Club 3, 45 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2 Blood Drive 3, 4, Barrett Literary Society 3 4: Intramurals: Softball I, 25 Bowling 4 Football lg Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH S. LOMBARDI, B.S-. IZO9 Totten Street New York 57, New York MARKETING Mal'l49lll'1Q Club 3. 43 Propeller Club 3, 4, Intramurals: Football 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4. The Marble Chapel. 54 I I C Joi-iN MMNEIL, B.S. 437 N. Columbus Avenue Mt. Vernon, New York ,C ACCOU NTI NG Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 45 Arie 45 Pas ion C. B.S. Play 3, 45 Maroon Quill I, 2, 3,545 Balasnce Sheet 2, 45 Block F Club 45 Booster Club 45 424 East 157th Street' Xarsity Sports: Tr3ck3 Teang I, 25 3, 45 -Cross ountry Tea I, , , 4, rcs ountr eam Bronx SI, New York Ca tain 4 ,mm RO-V S V p 5 y . . .C, I, 2, 3, 45 Military ECONOMICS Ball Committeeg Mission Dance Committee. Dean's List I, 2, 35 Economics Club 2, 3, 4. JAMES P. MAGEE, B.S. l95l University Avenue Bronx 53, N-ew York MANAGEMENT Aries 45 Management Club 2, 3, 45 Blood Drive 3, 45 Veterans Club 25 U. S. Air Force six years. W l I C A. J. MAGNALDI, B.S.. 542 East l34tI'1 Street Bronx 54, New York ECONOMICS Sodality I5 Economics Club I, 2, 3, 45 Veterans I Slug 2, 3, 45 U. S. Navy four years: Finance I u , . ' PETERIV. MANCUSO, B.S. i833 Benson Avenue Brooklyn, New York ECONOMICS Air Force R.O.T.C. I, 25 Pershing Rifles I, 2: Rifle Team 25 Blood Drive I5 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 45 Softball I, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Track Team I. 55 I DONALD J. MANION, B.S. ll9 Cooper Drive New Rochelle, New York FINANCE It A 3 Finance Club l, 2, 3, 45 Army R.O.T.C. 15 Veterans Club l, 2, 3, 45 U. S. Army two years. JOHN C. MARRINAN, B.S. 442 East l84th Street Bronx 58, New York ECONOMICS Intramurals: Football l 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 25 Freshman Orientation 45 Class Moderator 45 Maroon Key 2, 3, 45 Economics Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Accounting Society I5 Aries 3, 4, Literary Editor 45 Sounding Board lg Passion Play l, 25 Mission Dance Committee 2, 3, 45 Blood Drive 25 Who's Who 45 Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 45 Class Secretary 2, Vice President 35 Student Council 45 Maroon Quill l, 2, 3, 4, Managing Editor 3, Editor-in- Chief 45 Finance Club 25 Balance Sheet 35 University Council 3, 45 lnterclass Dinner Com- mittee 35 Freshman Reception Committee 2, 3. 1 "Who brought their lunch?" THOMAS G. MARTYN, B.S. 2363 Valentine Avenue Bronx 59, New York ACCOUNTING' Accounting Society 2, 3, 4. 56 STEPHEN J. McCABE, B.S. 226 East 70th Street New York 21, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality 2, 3, 45 Loyola Business Club l, 2, 3. 45 Philosophy Club 3, 45 Mulry Council of Debate 3, 45 Aries 45 Management Club l, 2, 3, 45 lnterclass Dinner Committee 3, 45 Mis- sion Diance Committee 3, 45 Blood Drive l, 2, 3, . JAMES C. McCARTHY, B.S. 3120 Buhre Avenue New York 61, New York MANAGEMENT 4, Secretary 2, President 3, 43 Intramural B ing l, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Orientation 4. Student Council 3, 43 Management Club 2, 3, ow - I JOHN E. McCORMACK, B.S. 1915 University Avenue Bronx 53, New York MARKETING Sodality lg Dean's List lg Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Intercollegiate Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, U. S. Navy, four years, Veterans Club l, 2, 3, Maroon Quill 3, Block F Club I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES R. McDONOUGH, B.S. 82-O7 165th Street Jamaica, New York CHARLES M. McDONAGH, B.S. 611 East 139th street I Bronx 54, New York ACCOUNTING , Intramurals: Football l, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, I 35 Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 4. FINANCE Dean's List I, 2, 33 Class Vice President l, 2, 4, Interclass Dinner Committee 2, Blood Drive 1, Intramurals: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4g U. S. Army, two years, Finance Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Veterans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. 57 BRIAN B. McDONNELL, B.S. I9 William Street Valley Stream, New York ACCOUNTING U. S. Army, two years, Accounting Society 2 3, 43 Veterans Club l, 23 Balance Sheet 4 Senior Prom Committee 45 Glee Club l, 2 Senior Week Committee 4. l FRANCIS C. McGILL, B.S. 2429 Valentine Avenue Bronx 58, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List lg Loyola Business Club I, 2, 3, 41 Philosophy Club 33 Mulry Council of Debate I 3 U. S. Air Force, four years, Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 45 Balance Sheet 2. RAYMOND J. McGUlRE, B.S. RICHARD T. McGOVERN, B.S. l3l Tehama Street Brooklyn I8, New York MANAGEMENT Mission Dance Committee 2, 33 Chi Rho 3, 43 Communion Breakfast Committee 4, Class Secretary I, 2, 3, 43 Finance Club 23 Senior Prom Committee 43 Mission Drive 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Management Club 2, 3, 4. l605 Putnam Avenue Brooklyn 27, New York ACCOUNTING Accounting Society 2, 3, 45 Balance Sheet 43 Intramurals: Football 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4. JAMES C. MCINERNEY, B.S. 521 8Oth Street Brooklyn 9, New York ACCOUNTING Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Balance Sheet 4 Officers Club 4, Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4 Gaelic Society 4. A loyal crew. WALTER F. MEANEY, B.S. 65 Willoughby Avenue Brooklyn 5, New York MARKETING Loyola Business Club l, 2, 33 Philosophy Club 3, Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma 3, 4, Veterans Club l, 2, 3, 43 U. S. Army two years, lntramurals: Baseball lg Basketball l. . KENNETH H. MEEKER, B.S. 626 8Oth Street Brooklyn 9, New York ACCOUNTING Sodality l, 2, 3, 4, Counsellor 3, Editor Marian Mail 31 Dean's List lg Who's Who 3, 45 Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 43 Class President lg Student Council l, 3, 4, Philosophy Club 3, 43 Mulry Council of Debate 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 3, 45 Maroon Quill 2, 3, 4, Photographer 3, City Hall Editor 4, Aries 2, 45 Student Directory 23 Dramatics 2, 3, 43 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4, Secretary 43 Student Council Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, Chairman 3, Intramural Bowling l, 23 Music Club l, 2, President 2, Literary Club 2, 3, Freshman Orientation 3, 4, Eco- nomics Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Senior Prom Com- mittee 4g University Council 3, 4, Accounting Assistant 3, 4. 59 CARL R. McKEON, B.S. 23l5 Mickle Avenue Bronx 69, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 3, 45 Intramurals: Football 2, 3, 43 U. S. Army, two years, Freshman Orientation 43 Veterans Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4, Class Secre- tary 4. ' ARTHUR J. MELLA, B.S. 805 Van Duzer Street Staten lsland 4, New York MANAGEMENT Loyola Business Club 3, 4, Philosophy Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Management Club 2, 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4, lntramurals: Football 4, Basketball 2, 4, Literary Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4. CARL A. MERCURIO, B.S. 1061 Mace Avenue Bronx 69, New York FINANCE Intramurals: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Referee Committee 4, Co-Chairman 4, Finance Club 1, 2, 3, 4, lnterclass Dinner Committee 2, Finance Magazine 4, Assistant Editor 4. KENNETH E. MITCHELL, B.S. 176 Coach Lane Levittown, New York ACCOUNTING Sodality 1, 2, Intramurals: Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, U. S. Marine Corps two years, Accounting Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3, Radio Amateur Club 3, Commuters Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN MORAN, B.S. 195 Claremont Avenue New York 27, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List 1, Loyola Business Club 4, U. S. Air Force tour years, Accounting Society 2, 3, 4, Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4, Barrett Literature Society 4. 60 RAFAEL A. MOLINARI San Juan, Puerto Rico ACCOUNTING Mission Dance Committee 4, International Club 3, 4, Centro Hispano Americano 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Big Brothers 2, Academia His- pana 3, Intramurals: Football 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Accounting Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Bal- ance Sheet 4, Chi Rho 4, John Berckman's Society 1, 2, 3, 4. ROSEMARY K. MORGAN, B.S. 400 East 58th Street New York 27, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List 1, 2, 3, Gold Medal Winner 1, Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society 3, 4, Class Treasurer l, Aries 4, Assistant Literary Editor 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4, Vice President 4, Freshman Orientation 4, Accounting Society 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM P. MURPHY, B.S. 304 St. John's Place Brooklyn 38, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality lg Dean's List lg Maroon Quill l, 2, 3, 4, 5, Aries l, 2, 3, 4, 55 Student Directory 2, 3, 4, 53 lnterclass Dinner Committee l, 2, 3, 4, 5, Mission Dance Committee I, 2, 3, 4, 55 Intramural Baseball l, 2, U. S. Marine Corps three years, Maroon Key l, 2, 3, 4, 53 Accounting Society 2, 33 Senior Prom Com- mittee 3, 4, 55 Fordham Business Show 3. . E ROGER A. MUSETTI, B.S. 484 East l8Otl'r Street Bronx '57, New York MANAGEMENT Intramurals: Football l. 2, 3, 4, All Star Team l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, 45 President of ln- tramural Program 43 Passion Play lg Blood Drive 2, Class President I, 2, 3, 43 Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Lenten Mission Drive 23 lnterclass Dinner Committee Chairman 23 Jun- ior Prom Committee 3. PATRICK J. NEVILLE, B.S. 2797 Marion Avenue Bronx 58, New York MANAGEMENT Dean's List 2, 33 Who's Who 43 Alpha Beta Kappa 43 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 33 Soft- ball I, 23 U. S. Army two years, Freshman Orientation 3, 4, Maroon Key l, 2, 3, 4, Vet-. erans Club l, 2, 3, 45 Sounding Board I, 2, 3, Student Directory 31 Mission Dance Com- mittee 3, 4, Chi Rho 2, 3, 43 Communion Breakfast Committee 3, 43 Alpha Beta Kappa Committee 35 Class President 35 Class Vice President 2, Student Council 3, 4, President 43 Senior Prom Committee 43 University Coun- cil 3, 43 Management Club 2, 3, 43 lnterclass Dinner Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Gaelic Society l, 2, 3, 43 Constitutional Committee 4, Student Court 3. HENRY S. NEWPORT, B.S. Lake Street ' Sodus Point, New York MANAGEMENT 2 "Waltz me around againf' U. S, Coast Guard, three years, Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 45 Mission Dance Committee 43 NCO Club 2, 3, 4, Officers Club 3, 45 Management Club , 3, 4. 6l 'E Wx: -.i ,i E3 ,, in il 1113915521 aim- ii -an e , i fit: Kill' tl' 5693.921-' Xxexsssssx 4. fi .iff Yexeewxixmesw seas gli si: wyssgg . its msfweixsuwis-wamifseaxmwtnmwsw xl. im ?ll is we il all xii fr, i fsrvfsw-:sf.5 i is' 2 2 R 5 4 Al Q: si ii ii EQ if S 5, nl si it l 5 i s ? ,ix l l ll 2 i sg i l OTTO JOHN' NICOLS, B.S. 3 Bee Street Valley Stream, New York ACCOUNTING Sodality 2, 3, 4, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 43 Balance Sheet 3, 4. E. VINCENT O'BRlEN JR., B.S. 7IO Ramapo Road Teaneck, New York MANAGEMENT Dean's List I, 2, 33 Intramural Basketball I, 23 Maroon Key 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4g Sound- ing Board lg Passion Play 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, Blood Drive 3, Gold Medal I, 2, 33 Beta Gamma Sigma 3, 43 Student Council 43 NCO Club 2, Fordham Friars 43 Management Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, lnterclass Dinner Corn- mittee 3. JOHN J. O'BRIE.N, B.S. 2839 Decatur Avenue Bronx 58, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 3 U. S. Air Force, four years, Veterans Club I 2, 3, 43 Passion Play 25 Class President I Class Secretary 2, Student Council I. KEVIN J. O'BRIEN, B.S. 2950 Bainbridge Avenue Bronx, New York ACCOUNTING DSBVVS I-IST I, 2. 3, U. S. Navy four years, Freshman Orientation 3, 43 Accounting So- ciety I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4, Veterans Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3, 4, Class Treasurer 2, Class Secretary 3, Gold Medal 2, 33, Balance Sheet I, 2, 3, 4, Con- tributing EdITOl' 3, 43 lnterclass Dinner Com-A mittee 23 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4, Treasurer 43 Who's Who 4. "And so on!" 62 ROBERT J. O'BRIEN, B.S. 2471 University Avenue Bronx 68, New York MARKETING Loyola Business Club I, 3, Philosophy Club 3, Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 3, 4, Intramurals: Football, Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 U. S. Army, two years, Veterans Club 3, 4. ROBERT W. O'DONNELL, B.S. 34 Ludlow Street Yonkers 5, New York MANAGEMENT Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I 21 Softball I, 2, 3, 4, U. S. Army, two years Veterans Club Ig Class Treasurer I, Manage! ment Club 2, 3, 4. I THOMAS J. OLSON, B.S. 48-21 58th Lane Woodside 77, New York FINANCE Sodality Ig U. S. Army, two years, Veterans Club I, 2, 3, Finance Club I MICHAEL J. ORZA, B.S. 23 Florence Street Yonkers 4, New York ACCOUNTING Intramurals' Football I 2' Basketball 2 3, Accounting'Society I, 2, 32 Balance Sheelt 4. A. B.S. Km 37 I-lm 3 Road I Caguas, Puerto Rico ACCOUNTING Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4, Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 4, Mission Dance Committee 4, G0ld Medal Winner I, 2, 3, Beta Gamma Sigma 3. 43 Class Treasurer I, Vice President 3, Bal' ance Sheet 3, 43 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4, Centro Hispano Americano I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2. Vice President 3, President 4, International Club 3, 4, Big Brothers 2, 3, 4, Boarder Soft- ball I, 2, 3, 4. JOHN J. PAGAN, B.S. i978 Longfellow Avenue New York 59, New York ACCOUNTING Intramurals: Football l, 25 U. S. Army two years5 Accounting Society 2, 3, 45 Veterans Club l, 2, 3, 45 Balance Sheet 4. GERALD A. PAGANO, B.S. lO5l Edison Avenue Bronx 65, New York ECONOMICS Sodality 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Dean's List l, 2, 35 Intramurals: Football 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Freshman Orientation 3, 4, Class Moderator 45 Economics Club 2, 3, 45 Aries 45 Mission Dance Committee 3, 45 Maroon Quill 45 Veterans Club l, 2, 3, 43 U.S. Coast Guard three years. Fordham of tomorrow. JOSEPH W. PEPPERMAN JR., B.S. lO Wiliwade Road Great Neck, New York MANAGEMENT Intramurals: Football 3, 45 Sounding Board 'l5 Q:'rrt3y3R.Ci.T.C. l, 25 NCO Club 25 Management u , . 64 ROBERT G. PE-TER5, B.S. l4l Reed Avenue Pelham Manor, New York MANAGEMENT ' Intramurals: Football 15 Sounding Board l Army R.O.T.C. l, 25 Democratic Club 25 Man agement Club 3, 4. JOHN J. PLAINE, B.S. 225 Charles Avenue Staten Island 2, New York ECONOMICS Sodality 3, 45 Dean's List I, 25 Intramurals: Basketball 35 U.S.M.C.R. one year5 Freshman Orientation 45 Economics Club 2, 3, 45 Boarder Council 35 Mission Dance Committee 3, 45 Class President 35 Class Vice President I5 Stu- dent Council 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Boarders State Clubs 35 Chairman Sodality Concert 3. MICHAEL POLITO, B.S. FRANK M. POCZATEK, B.S. 2l I2 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Massachusetts MANAGEMENT Intramurals: Football I, 25 Freshman Orienta- tion Committee 45 Christmas Dance Committee 35 Boarder Council 2, 35 Aries 45 Advertising Manager 45 Student Directory Chairman 3, 45 Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 35 Class President 25 Class Treasurer 35 Class Secretary I5 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Lenten Mission Drive Chairman 45 Management Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee Chairman 35 Boarders State Clubs 3, 4. 4lO Calhoun Avenue Bronx 65, New York ACCOUNTING REGINALD POINTON, B.S. 429 McClellan Avenue Trenton IO, New Jersey ACCOUNTING Propeller Club 35 Economics Club 35 Account- ing Society 2, 3, 45 Sounding Board I5 Army R.Q,T.C. I, 25 Mission Dance Committee 45 Chi Rho 45 Balance Sheet 45 Democratic Club I. 25 Boarders State Club I, 2, 3. Dean's List I5 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3. 45 Softball I, 2, 3, 45 Freshman Orientation 4, Class Moderator 45 Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 45 Mission Dance Committee 3, 45 Com- munion Breakfast Committee 3, 45 Class Presi- dent 35 Student Council 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 45 Balance Sheet 3, 45 Senior Prom Committee 45 Junior Prom Committee 3. 65 AURELIO PORTUONDO III, B.S. Aptdo II66 Havana, Cuba FINANCE Dean's List 2, 35 Intramurals: Football 2, 3: Softball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Finance Club 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND A. POULIN, B.S. l33 Jaffray Street Brooklyn 35, New York MANAGEMENT Loyola Business Club 3, Philosophy Club 3, Management Club 33 U. S. Air -Force four years, Veterans Club l. JoAN w. QUADRINO, B.S. l8l Rumsey Road Yonkers, New York MARKETING Who's Who 4, Loyola Business Club l, 2, 3, 43 Philosophy Club 3, 4, Secretary 35 Maroon Quill l, 2, 3, 4, Circulation Manager 3, Quill Briefs Director 4, Studertt Directory 2, 3, 4, Dramatics: l, 2, 3, 4, Passion Play, Roberta, South Pacific, Guys and Dolls, GAX Shows, lnterclass Dinner Committee 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Annual Communion Break- fast Committee 3, 45 Marketing Club l, 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club l, 2, 3, 43 Marketing Fra- ternity Gamma Alpha Chi 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent 4, Music Club lg Freshman Orientation 3, 43 Senior Prom Committee 4. DONALD J. QUINN, B.S. 3850 Cannon Place Bronx 63, New York MANAGEMENT Sodallty l, 2, 3, 43 Class Secretary 2, Philoso- phy Club 3, 4, Management Club 3, 4, Army R.O.T.C. 1,23 Intramurals: Football l, 2, Bas- ketball l, 2, U. S. Army, two years, Veterans Club 3, 4. 66 .. xiii,-if, JOHN P. QUINN, B.S. 2460 University Avenue Bronx 68, New York MANAGEMENT lntramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball T, 2, 3, 4, Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, Management Club 2, 3, 4. "What's in the envelope?" GEORGE P. REEDY, B.S. i4 Fahey Street Springdale, Connecticut ACCOUNTING Sodality l, 2, Who's Who 4, Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society 4g Student Council 3, Vice Presi- dent 4g Class President 3, 4, Loyola Business Club 3, President 43 Philosophy Club 3, 43 Maroon .Quill 3, Business Manager 4, Aries 3, Advertising Manager 4, Student Directory Co- Challrman 33 lnterclass Dinner Committee 33 Junior Prom Committee Co-Chairman 33 Blood Drive 3, 45 Student Council Dance Co-Chairman 31 Career Conference Series Chairman 35 An- nual Communion Breakfast Committee Co- Chalfman 35 Intramurals: Football l, 2, Bas- ketball l, 21 U. S. Marine Corps two yearsg Fl'eShI'r1an Orientation 3, 43 Accounting Society 3, Vice President 4g Veterans Club 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee, Co-Chairman 4, University Council 3, 4, THOMAS J. REILLY, B.S. 300 East 2l lth Street New York 67, New York MANAGEMENT Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Chi Rho Fraternity 3, 4, Management Club 2, 3, 4. 67 ROBERT R. RAINERO, B.S. ll8O Lakewood Place Bronx 6l, New York ECONOMICS Marketing Club 2, Intramurals: Football 'l, 2 3, 41 Softball l, 2, 3, 4: Sounding Board l Army R.O.T.C. l, 25 Rowing Team 3. 4- RONALD W. ROLLMAN, B.S. i209 Lydic Avenue Bronx 6l, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 3, 4, Blood Drive 2- RICHARD P. ROMAN- 435 East l6Oth Street Bronx Sl, New York ECONOMICS Class President lg Student Council lg Eco- nomics Club 2, 3, 4. THOMAS E. ROWE, B.S. 2069 Anthony Avenue Bronx 57 New York ACCOUNTING Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 4, Air Force R.O.T.C. lg lntramurals: Softball l, 2, 3, 4. W B S . , . . ll8 75th Street Brooklyn 9, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality lg Loyola Business Club 43 Manage ment Club 3, 4, Intramurals: Football 4 Basketball l, 2, 4. MARIO G. RUSSILLO, B.S. l426 Glover Street Bronx 62, New York MARKETING Sodality 3, 4, Loyola Business Club 3, Ag Army R.O.T.C. l, 21 Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Pro- Pellel' Club 2. 3. 4, Marketing Fraternity 43 lntramurals: Football 2, 33 Bowling 45 Bas- ketball 2, 3. ' 68 DONALD SARKA, B.S. 20-3l Parsons Boulevard Whitestone 57, New York MARKETlNG Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Varsity Rowing 2, 3, 4, lntramurals: Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Army R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 41 Mission Dance Committee l, 2, 3, 4, Chi Rho 3, 43 University Band 23 Senior Prom Com- mittee 41 Blood Drive 2, 3, 45 Military Ball Committee 4, Maroon Quill 2. ZI7-38 5Ist Avenue Bayside 64, Long Island, N. Y. MARKETING I Sodality I, 23 Marketing Club 2, 3, 4g Pro- B.S. peller Club 2, 3, 43 Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Chi Rho 3, 4 I5-4 West 62nd Street New York 23, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List 3, U. S. Army, two years, Account- ing Society I, 2, 3, 4, Veterans Club I, 2. "Hit him again!" 69 RAYMOND M. SAUMELL, B.S. SANTO C. SCARCELLA, B.S. 685 East 225th Street Bronx 66, New York MANAGEMENT Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 45 Management Club 2, 3, 4. KENNETH J. SCHAFFNER, B.S. 79 Pell Place ' Bronx 64, New York ECGNOMICS Varsity Sports: Sailing 3, 4, Swimming 2, Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Softball I, 2, 3, 4. WALTER J. SCHNEIDER, B.S. 62 Stowe Avenue Baldwin, Long Island, N. Y. MANAGEMENT Intramural Football 2, 4g Music Club 3, Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, Chi Rho 3, 4, Management Club 2, 3, 4. PAT AA. SERVODIDIO, B.S. V54 Columbus Avenue Tuckahoe, New York MANAGEMENT Intramural Football l, 2, 3, 43 Aries 4g Stu- dent Directory 4g Air Force R.O.T.C. l, 2, Management Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3g Mission Drive Committee 4. JOSEPH H. SCHUBERT, B.S. 78-43 84th Street Glendale 27, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List l, 2, 35 Loyola Business Club l, i'.C2a.n?ii,g'EL'S?f3'i'?3,B3?'ll?QBelg Zami pil ROBERT T- SCU'-'-Y JR-' B-5- 3' 4- l8 Robin I-mi Road Scarsdale, New York ACCOUNTING Intramurals: Football l, 3, 43 Maroon Key 3, 4, Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Passion Play l, 23 Blood Drive 3, Class Vice President 2, 3, 43 Maroon Quill l, 2, 3, Circu- lation Manager 2, 3, Finance Club l, 25 Balance Sheet I, 2, 3, 45 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4. lg? fi ...... 4 . i "Who's kidding who?" 70 CORNELIUS W. SHEA, B.S. I749 Monroe Avenue Bronx 52, New York ECONOMICS Air Force ROTC I, 2' Pershing Rifles I FRANK J, SHANLEY, B,S, 3, 4, Econ5nilc'S'club'1, 2, 3, sodaliw' if l932 Crotona Parkway New York 60, New York MANAGEMENT Intramural Football I, 2, 3, 43 Management Club 2, 3, 4. DANIEL P. SHEERIN, B.S I I8-O7 Rockaway Boulevard Rockaway, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality I, 23 Loyola Business Club I, 2, 3 Philosophy Club 3, 45 Student Directory 3 Management Club 2, 3, 45 Blood Drive 3 Intramurals: Football 45 Basketball I, 2, 3 Senior Prom Committee 4. ROBERT A. SHERIDAN, B.S. 3 Brooklands Bronxville, New York ECONOMICS Intramurals: Football 45 Basketball 3, 4, Eco- nomics Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM T. SHERMAN, B.S. 677 West 204th Street New York, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 3, Intramural Basketball I. 7l WILLIAM E. SINNOTT, B.S. 42 Parkview Place Baldwin, New York ACCOUNTING Varsity Sports 33 Music Club 33 Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 Christmas Dance Committee 43 Aries 43 Passion Play l, 23 Army R.O.T.C. l, 23 Mission Dance Committee l, 2, 3, 43 Blood Drive l, 2, 43 Chi Rho 3, 4, Chairman of Social Committee 43 Balance Sheet 23 Sen- ior Prom Committee 4. ROBERT E. SMITH, B.S4 65 Ludlow Road Windsor, Connecticut ACCOUNTING Sodality l, 3, 43 lntramural Basketball lg Freshman Orientation 4, Class Moderatorg Ac- counting Society l, 2, 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, R.O.A. 43 Association of United States Army 3, 43 NCO Club 33 Officers Club 43 Mission Dance Committee 43 Chi Rho 3, 43 Military Ball Committee 43 Balance Sheet 3, 43 Lenten Mission Drive 3, 43 Boarders State Club l, 2, 43 Values 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, 43 Senior Week Committee 43 Senior Prom Committee 4, Chairman 4. we J ,CM fe ite MBV wvfkx' V ::4".:'3fKl5' .,-1 " 5 'Q'- ZJ ' uae -' f. 9549 fix- '- X . N' :Q-A it 'P' . 5 .,,,,., f 7. V 6' f 1 A proud civilian! THOMAS F. SOMERS III, B.S. 22 Manning Circle Pelham, New York ACCOUNTING Loyola Business Club 43 Annual Communion Breakfast Committee 43 U. S. Army two years: Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 43 Balance Sheet 33 Senior Prom Committee 4. 72 F. PAUL SPERA, B.S. 7l -lO Calamus Avenue Woodside 77, New York ACCOUNTING , Intramurals: Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l. 2, 3, 43 Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 AFFHY R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 43 Blood Drive l, 3, 43 Bal' ance Sheet 3, 43 NCO Club 2, 33 Officers Club 43 Intramural Softball l, 2, 3, 43AAUSA.Z, 35 Pershing Rifles 1, 2, 3, 4, Pio Officer: Military Ball Committee 4, Chairman of Band Commit- T693 Reserve Officers Association 3, 4. ROBERT T. STEVENSON, B.S. 34-27 58th Street Woodside 77, New York ' Dean's List 33 ketball I, 2, 43 ACCOUNTING Intramurals: Football 43 Bas- Accounting Society 3, 43 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4. RONALD R. STABILE, B.SL I64 Old Palisades Road Fort Lee, New Jersey ACCOUNTING Intramural Football I, 23 Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 43 Air Force R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 43 Officers Club 43 Our Town-Assistant Director and Producer. MICHAEL R. STUDDERT, B.S. LAURENCE B. STOREY, B.S. 609 West I89th Street New York 40, New York ACCOUNTING Intramurals: Football I, 2, 33 Basketball I, 2, 33 Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. I, 23 Blood Drive I, 23 Maroon Quill lg Bal- ance Sheet 33 Lenten Mission Drive I, 2, 3, 43 Pershing Rifles I3 Archbishop Hughes' Gaelic Society 4. 446 East I76th Street Bronx 57, New York MANAGEMENT Class Treasurer 23 Management Club I, 2, 3, atgnlgamuralsz Football I, 2, 3, 43 Softball , , . 4. 73 CHARLES J. SUARINO, B.S. 680 East 235th Street Bronx 66, New York MANAGEMENT Intramurals: Football I, 2, 33 Basketball I, 2 33 4Class Treasurer 23 Management Club 2 DONALD PAUL SULLIVAN, B.S. 3920 Granby Street Norfolk, Virginia MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 43 Propeller Club 2, 3, 43 Alpha Delta Sigma Fraternity 3, 43 Boarder Council 3, 43 Stairwell President I, 2, 33 Ram- bler 33 Aries 4, Subscription Manager 43 Stu- dent Directory 33 Mission Dance Committee 33 Class Vice President 33 Class Treasurer I, 23 Maroon Quill 33 Boarder Intramurals: Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 43 Football I, 2, 3, 43 Softball l, 2, 3, 43 GAX ADS Fashion Show 3, 43 Chair- man of Ramskeller Committee 23 Student Marketing Institute 33 Boarder Dance Com- mittee 2, 3, 43 Values 3. EDWARD J. SULLIVAN, B.S. l62-27 l2th Road Whitestone 57, New York ACCOUNTING Sodality I3 Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 Accounting Society 2, 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 43 NCO Club 2, 33 Officers Club 43 Gaelic Society 3, 43 Reserve Officers Association 3, N30 Club Executive Committee 33 Radio ub . Sodality WILLIAM E. SULLIVAN, 25-3l 82nd Street Jackson Heights, New York ACCOUNTING I3 Accounting Society 3, 4. B.S. JOHN W. SULLIVAN JR., B.S. 40 Oakland Avenue Crestwood, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality I3 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 U. S. Army two yearsg Veteran's Club I, 2, 3, 43 Student Directory 43 Passion Play 3, 43 Blood Drive 2, 3, 43 Chi Rho 43 Class President 43 Student Council 43 Maroon Quill 43 Fordham Friars 3, 43 Manage- ment Club 2, 3, 4. 74 JOHN E. SUTHERLAND JR., B.S. 2265 Davidson Avenue New York 53, New York ACCOUNTING Who's Who 43 Alpha Beta Kappa Honor So- ciety 43 Student Council 43 Maroon Quill 2, 3, 43 Aries 2, 3, 4, Literary Staff 2, Advertis- ing Director 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Student Directory 3, 43 Army R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 43 Cadet Editor-in-Chief Braggin, Officers Club 3, 4. Military Ball Committee 3, 4, Executive Com- mittee 4, Reserve Officers Association 3, 4, Association U. S. Army 3, 43 Freshman Recep- tion Committee 2, 3, 43 Intramural Football I, 23 Freshman Orientation 2, 3, 4, Assistant Class Moderator 43 Accounting Society I, 2, 3. 43 Finance Society I, 23 Activities Council 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Fordham Balance Sheet I, 2, 3, 43 Literary Staff I, Literary Editor 2, Editor-in-Chief 3, Editorial Adviser 43 Senior Prom Committee 43 Senior Week Committee' 4. Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4, President 43 Accounting Lab Assistant 43 University Council 2. l "Where is Maxwell?" THOMAS JOSEPH SWEENEY 37l Windsor Street North Plainfield, New Jersey MARKETING Loyola Business Club l, 3, 4, Philosophy Club 3, 43 Marketing Club 2, 3, Ag Propeller Club 1, 35 U. S. Navy three yearsg Economics Clug 5, 2, 'Finance Club l, 35 Veterans Club STEPHEN P. TATARKA, B.S. 45 Dora Street Stamford, Connecticut MARKETING Dean's List 35 Marketing Club 2, 33 Propeller Club 33 Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4: Officers Club .45 Reserve Officers Association 3, 4g Association of the United States Army 3, 43 American Marketing Association 45 Aries 4. GERARD M. THORNTON, B.S. 336 Hawthorne Street Brooklyn 25, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality lg Loyola Business Club 2, 3, 4, Phi losophy Club 3, 4, Management Club 2, 3, 4 Literary Club 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee 4: 75 DAVID M. TIERNEY, B.S. lOll Carroll Place Bronx, New York MANAGEMENT Class Treasurer 45 Management Club fig ln- tramural Basketball 2, 3, 43 Blood DFIVG' li Football Referee 41 American Management Association. JAMES E. TOLAN B.S. RONALD A. TUCCI, B.S. 1415 Clover Street Bronx, New York FINANCE Dean' L' t 33 Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 43 BBSKQMIT 1, 2, 3, 4, cm Rho 3, 4, Class plea- RQBERT W, ULRICH, B,S, dent 1, Class Treasurer 4, Finance Club 2, 3, 4. 6O-15 Woodside Avenue Woodside 77, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List 1 Q Class Secretary 1 5 Intramural Basketball 2, 43 U. S. Army, two years, Accounting Society 3, 4. 3 I 3065 Roberts Avenue Bronx 61, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List 2, 3, Intramurals: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, U. S. Navy two years, Freshman Orientation 43 Ac- counting Society 1, 2, 3, 41 Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Balance Sheet 1, 2, 3, 4, Contributing Editor 4. ALEXANDER H. VERDE, B.S. 2357 Crotona Avenue Bronx 57, New York MANAGEMENT Sodality lj Intramurals: Football I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: U. S. Army two yearsf Veterans Club 3, 41 Blood Drive 1, 2, 3, 43 Management Club 2, 3, 4. 76 JULIO A. VIEJO, B.S. 150 Princeton Drive Hartsclale, New York MANAGEMENT Dean's List 33 Management Club 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES ALEXIUS WALSH, B.S. l574 East -37th Street Brooklyn 34, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List l, 2, 3, Loyola Business Club 3, 4, Philosophy Club 3, 43 U. S. Navy four years, Accounting Society l, 2, 3, 41 Veterans Club i PETER c. WEIGLIN, B.S. 900 Ogden Avenue Bronx 52, New York ECONOMICS Economics Club 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Sounding Board lg Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, NCO Club 3, Officers Club 41 WFUV Radio l, 2. 1, 2, 3, 4, sera Alpha Psi Honor society 3, 4. RONALD W, WERNER, B,S, Such poise! 77 443 Winthrop Road West Englewood, New Jersey MANAGEMENT Music Club 23 Freshman Orientation 4, Assist- ant Moderatorg Aries l, 2, 3, 4, Financial Man- ager 4, Army R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Prom Committee 43 Officers Club 4, Lenten Mission Drive 43 Management Club l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Bids Manager 33 American Management Association 4, Military Ball Com- mittee 4g R.O,A. 3, 4, A.U.S.A. 3, 4. ROBERT F. WETJEN, B.S 453 East l83rd Street New York 58, New York MANAGEMENT Varsity Sports: Track l, 23 Intramurals: Foot ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Stu e Directory 3, Blood Drive 2, 3, 45 Class Pres: dent lg Student Council lg Management Club 2, 3, 4. EDWARD W. WIEGAND, B.S. 363 East 197th Street Bronx 58, New York , ECONOMICS Intramural Football I, 23 Economics Club 3, 4, Passion Play I, 2, 3, 4, Air Force R.O.T.C. I, 25 Intramural Softball I, 2, 3, 4. Not Pictured: MICHAEL C. McGRATH, B.S. 2754 Grand Concourse Bronx, New York ACCOUNTING Dean's List lg Philosophy Club 3, Intramurals: Football 4, Basketball 3, 4, U. S. Army, two years, Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 4, Balance Sheet 2, 3, 45 Beta Alpha Psi 3, 4. ROBERT A. PUCCI, B.S. 2860 Buhre Avenue Bronx 6l, New York MARKETING Marketing Club 2, 3, 4, Propeller Club 2, 3, 4, Marketing Fraternity 3, 43 Intramurals: Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 4. .-PQQQT ' BERNARD A. WIRTZ, B.S. 3l Mt. Hope Place Bronx 53, New York ACCOUNTING : , g k g . . LCJ.5?ymtl?,.Z?2fb?Jl.LU3f.nies.-.iliil I, 3, 3, CHARLES c. ZANGARA, B.S. 45 Veterans Club I, 2, 3, 43 Commuters Club 2, 3, 4. 232 East 97th Street New York, New York ACCOUNTING Loyola Business Club 2, 3, 45 Philosophy Club 3, 4, Maroon Quill 3, Aries 4, lnterclass Din- ner Committee 3g Intramural Bowling 2, 3, 45 Accounting Society I, 2, 3, 4. The death of Fordham. 78 Tell us more!" :Q--5:4 7 5-11 Gimme." Our Teddy Bear. "ScHoQ l ?Spikit? ?'7' 79 Who's Engaged? 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Sum GIS Edward Hanafin President George Schofield Vice President Ronald Welborn Treasurer 88 Enrique Arsuar William Ahern Gary Arzoomian Frank Bellaniece John Bonkowski Robert Burke Ernest Canellos Junior Dealy Hall Robert Cella Matirs Chaplowski Michael Cuddy James DiStefano John Fant Dick Flynn Andrew Garrity Joseph Graske James Hetherington Edward Hogan Joseph Jennings "ff John Kenney Anthony Kerr Hart Klee 0' E' Charles Koczka Charles Mannix Angelo Mozilo Joseph Plsani James Purcell Jack Roberts Nicolas Savirw Len Timpone Arnold Voit Ronald Williams 89 . . . ., , , ..., .v,:.:.m?i John Mahon President Junior John La rranaga Vice President Dealy Hall 90' Louis Bertolini William Hawkins Secretary Qf:fZ!'i:QZ21W 5 fe' fm. .V --.m.f :1r:'1m5.-af! ..,, ,,,y,V 'Z 'f 47 fs' 11926 1 1 Louis Aidala Frank Berarclino Richard Bgnini Cl"l3I'lSS BUITOWS Peter Cameron Richard Day f --'.- 1 i .LW ' ' fziiliiffiifi , ,,1,,.,,':,':f . .f,,,,,,Ki Wag, 1 l l 4 l l l I Y i l Y l s l I i l l l I , Alphonse DeArteaga , - John Dolan P PhllfP'EVaU9lelll5la A I l l f l li 1 f 1 Patrick McNamara Treasurer Daniel Fahey James Filippone Raymond Finneran Richard Flynn Robert Hillegas James Hyland John Kelly William Larkin James Lewis James O'ConneIl Patrick O'Donnell Edward O'Rourke Anthony Pagano Roger Salzman Frank Suarino Charles Truance James Tuohy J , , .a 4. . 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'U7Pri'fy Q, a f , ! 1 4 1 Junior f 'Ma1'1'hewTolan - 'President Thomas McBride Secretary Robert Valesi Vice President John Andariese Eugene Arrieri Dealy Hall 92 Michael Dennehy Anthony Doherty Frank Ficarra Donald Loftus John Lyons John Nolan Thomas Owens Paul POSOH Martin Monahan Treasurer ' 4-cs, bar K Thomas Bowes Peter Bugoni John Collins William Crabtree John Cunningham Kevin Curley l John Ganily Thomas Kearns Bernard Klug lvan Kovacs GeOl'Q9 Liebelelf -l05SDl1 MBIOYIGY Robert Mariani Joseph McConagl'1y Martin McDonald Henry McGoldrick Walter Nieman JOSEDH Romano Alfred Sarno Lawrence Teator Enrique Torres Joseph Walthour George Boran James Harford Vice President Thomas Quinn Secretary President Q.-W1,,f,,,f,,,,,.mf?f -, .V qw- W ,. Jw, L , V I if'id-'fifE,:',gif4',,,v 'l ' l2fa.1fQ:i2334??:1 3,55 V 5' lf ," William Carr Robert Chamine william Garrity Edward Hfck John Kirk 4iil'TfQ2lSUife'f'fr'2ii A A Robert ggizih .3 ., R, QM ,. Ef,v5l,..:,, ,- f Sir'---t':2 'file' ':2,,,1-Il 1.1.1 l 5912-1'-555,-:vp -' ' fc :n 1,- -gg ' 15,1 .1 YEL: I V ,,,:j.'zgg,3Q I -1 V , f f f Junior Dealy Hall ii -' : 5.-,:3 2 . ' 251 . of QF.. ,Q:4:li' g, 1 WJEEEEY , l- -b . Q- gf- Q 'K . 52:4 Joseph Baratfa John Byrne Eugene Callahan Q:- Eugene Crescenfini Fred Daly Michael Davey Nelson Duesebio Lawrence Dixon Jose Magana Eugene McCarthy 'r :T 1 95A ll lf l Carmine Basile Louis Bernucca Carmine Bracco Robert Aslorega Raymond Baker we la John Coburn Alan Connell Nancy Coppola Joseph Crifo W l i l lr l Culomo Salvatore De Fazio Peter DeMaria Francis Donelan Edward Downs Robert Drennan ' l f Nlflu -1, I, l l l I Walter Harkins Sheila King l John Guariglia Harold Meschi Joel Narducci Peter O'Neill 96 Anita Russo Thomas Scheller Vincent Sena l ,, 5 . l Mae ,.,,. ,. a Michael Wallace President Ronald McMullin Vice President M W2 Joseph Cmem Frances Mannino Secretary J- I 6" a' 7,1 A 5' . I I Thomas Farrell Drury Gallagher Marie Goulden lt N a 1. Alberl La Framboise Myles Lavelle Patrick McGeary Cornelius Philbin David Raflery Frank Rmayera ,l-ii ,,,. ., , if , ,, ., , L , 1,-1,i5gz,,f:52,l:g.5,ggg:::i1'1?2'Eg':g:g.-3 ,z,1,ILj"'ff'jg1.:' ,Q-11 .r 1-:. 5513: : as f: ' . 1' ,f -. - zz 1. j r L' --lr ,. - C711-my--a:v'4ff-gy.ua.: 1--:H-7 :A-, :, 1- 1 .af f Benedetto Bongiorno Charles Bradley ZXQQ E 5 George Chirdo John Clarke Eileen Coleman Joseph DeFoe Dominick DeMaio Patrick Donohue Michael Flood Peter Guordino James Hanrahan John Hays George Kaiser Gerard Le Strange i William Loughran Richard Mase Charles McGivney Mario Mesi George Mullen i l W ,.. . 2 in Donald MUFPHY George Murphy Thomas Noonan Edward O'Connor Joan Polito Antonio ReYe5 f l Charles Walsh Vice President James Hickey President Theresa Sherbinski Secretary Michael Riordan Raymond Sanfilipo Pefer Seraballs Gerard Smith John Sene Fares Stephen Clty Hall John Morris Treasurer l Arlene Siypinski Ronald Tamoschat Richard Teahan Marian Waldmann Arthur Erminio Vice President Fifth Year Virginia Reynolds Secretary Y.- Daniel Ryan Treasurer Matthew Connolly C i ll: Y H a Pefer Daniels Donald Gibbons Mary Kelleher A vEdwin'i ,urn Joseph Coyle Joseph Haeg James Harrington Robert Horsting Donald Jankowsky James Larkins James Lyden Pafrick Mackin Carol McNuHy Daniel Mulroy John O'Fee .,AV.. ,'-' "'- 1 V' ,'JMa'rgaret-Sweeney, ,Roberi ,Wkhfendrahl . lOl ga , ' John Connolly l Larry Whelan Secretary 1 James Hill Allan Cummings Nicholas De Sancils President Fifth Year City Hall Merton Marshal ' o l charxpue Quinn V. IOZ Elizabeth Eder V Arthur Haviland Thomas Healy John Kennedy Louis Kudrena Peter McCormack Walter McDonald Michael McEvery James McGowan Catherine Mitchell 'TimothfM'Gfphy .,a2,22:l'.f: -fy 'ef..f::::V5 -.-,. ',A' Q39-rgefie 3 -:.,' T:,1'.f,.'2f'j,'.j," , -r-, , U .i l .V H . 1, . or , , g 7 - V- il'l'5l5'Yt WHS ' 9 - ,vfRoblerrtewil1iams :: - -:'.wz:-w4:,'::-:Q1'-:Hef-14.f:-':-,-A,.-,:.,- 1-, X ' , f .- ' 1 ' - l . . - - , 12 ' w-,- 1, I .- , , - , - - . A V, , lO3 Bob Boris President 5 1 Edward Mowton Vice President Josephine Sheehan Secretary 3 Harold Skelly Treasurer Fourth Year City Hall 104 Roberf Braccia , Salvafore Gagliano John Hassett fw:AA55,X.,,f3W, . W, . .f,,- 52f':t'1G'Y5'fZI".4 f .- mf, V-.JN - s . .fgv:',:,j:::w?f fjjtgw1f.,y:-g,gg,gQ-ffffffl f -0. , I f 'sf . " ' 5'-f' " mf'-,' '55 A -, swf 14'-ws.-lair. Hf, f , 2. ' . 5 4 v . E A , X "' 2 y ' 'S J 'J " 1 f l 5 V William Archipoli 1 .fx ff' .L ry 5. El ' 'mi 1 fi' Warren Bill John Bingham ' L Marilyn Canfy 'fr 'W , James Cava John Conradi John English Thomas Flaherty Robert Fowler Joseph lncoronafo Joseph Jones Edward Joseph, Joseph Kelly John Macchia Cornelius MahoneY Z-wr..-,,., , , ,, . , ,., .,,, , X . r J s y J lO5 ,iw e - 12 , ., L .J Robert Barnikel Albert Bednarczyk Carmine Campanella John Carrey Patrick Cody Harry Cox Elizabeth Daly Stephen Donohue Edmund Farrelly Francis Fitzpatrick Kenneth Frising James Harkins John Hassett Paul Held Robert Holland Vincent Lavin Thomas Mahoney John McGuire James Mooney Raffaele Orabona Francis Reen Kenneth Rogers Peter Sanchez si i ii fly-3" f WE' :ip ww , .igxlf ., N, l N1 Xi J- i?Yi,ml'Sm -ll ,ji ii W "L V "XFX ,.'lfiiYii, ,i yn silagipf ig ly ii 'LEX .,, ,wwwz 1 i li l l i ii John Sowarby President James Sinnotl' Daniel Sullivan Ann Fallon Vice President Gerard Fltzmaurlce Secretary M, John Ellen Corry Treasurer Fourth Year City Hall - iw' 9 ,I Donald Sullivan John Sullivan Donald Sweeney Joseph Szigethy Nicholas Tralongo Joseph Wallace rf! 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SSNNNWKMWAMMK 9 Qui xiii-f ' Q X H I Q -I 1- i . -F"-wv-1-sfgxxw-rf,assawr:.x'rS:-M+ww SCHOOL OF BUSINESS REIDY HALL 1947 - 195-6 H aw 1 q1Qy,, R , - A, ,Km W, ,- f"','-vf-ww, .g - ,K ., , . qi 'V ,H-fv -L Vas---:- :.N:1q-- ' . - fx w:.w1grfeMs..4g,,,.,.5,,,:.-..,L,.:.1,., ,.4, - - ,,, t - - - , .- 4 ...,....x,-. , N M - . I W It t Nr. - fi ,- X m.-:mg - Sv ' "1"L " -' H - A. - ig: . Q ,. ' '--V - . f 3,4 Kg A ugqwtk - ,., ,An VV Hz .F - --,N L W., , mann.. L in E gg g L-,3,:., , , . I. L ,A , - ..,f ,QW 'J--,f,,3w ,,,.,., Wu, ,yin ,V V . , V r-ang . V, nf-.m....:.... 'A , 'mu' Vf.f,-54 ,1 - .-,. 1 i ' P"'5'F'i'?,l!!'!-Hgiifzr H11 - , ' m ggg 1, ai in- V V V Q' V V A' lr in Il 'W ,lf M .. .V , Li' A 5. V V k - Y JK . -L35 ' , . .V . , ' -W , ,. . vf-f ,,,,,.,,, "I , Mfg A .,,. , in a. M. . HA- ,Q WM, 5 3- ,W A 324-+fW"""t"' "W 'iw V V-If-P-VW-q .. ,V ' ' fwVwwMf,..,.,.,- , - ,WV .M - - . .Www-. . iii X L f f 1 23 . ', ,+V ,,:,s?Qffs:Vf.zg :Q-V, ,ig -v:w1f,M:aVzwVV'f:V..-f,- ' 4' ,. f9Vfz'fz 4Vfef1'1 V , if, , V' Vr.,rrgf e i X " V f -- ffwhzf?'i:2f::c:f',f'3:Sfz 5f.:31"'f' "I 14. gf, if, 1 'qffij :ali Wjl 2125 1552212 7 ,v.w,f:-V,f-My7:5 -,- -, .4-,S-:V-4 f V-My-Q.,VM.-,4Vg.',,z:f.ffu f4:V-, . V V 1QW2w2i.'a:'fm-1V 13 '- Vw g fn V' 11 51'-VQQV:-f:V+V 4 W V f.,Ww -, -v V 1 ''y1I!:?Z2'f3'?':'--iz-:'.':'f'4"JZ1",'. 4 V- ,'f-KI1:iZ:LA4f7'If!1:f2W:'i. ' " 1 " 'x'h1":' V' ggifyfliiyqzffa.-': " 451,552 -VVQ-fvmf:-':-21:21 -,:::: ,151--was :,i:V:C-",'::V123K:,- M ' 'I " t -5137 1:2-I '- 2 ' Vf' ,f a . A 5 21:1 Vw,4,:aV,4.V,Vqgf,..V,fg,.,Q-f,fQfMf,,f:,fV,,,., Q ,-Ny. f , ....,ff.1 , 0 fgzfmy-,,f,f,.:fV3i,,Q f ff :Q-ff-:wi 1 -.Vw V - fg-,Vim V , . - ' 'H U Front Row: R. Carew, N. Masone, R. Delardi, M. Monahan, J. Dorrian, M, Carley. Second Row: J. O'Brien, B. Covair, D. Pendali, A. Garlini, C. Pais, R. Rattigan, J. DiLorio, T. Capstack, Back Row: D. Cremmins, J. Hauf, R. Gades, J. Murphy, D. Strobl, C. Marotia, R. Montgomery, W, Thornmas. Sophomore Dealy Hall g . Richard Delardi, Secretaryg Joseph Dorrain, Treasurerg Martin Monahan, Presidentg Nunzio Masone, Vice President. iiO ff ' L. Front Row: W, Delp, D. Grogan, T. Dwyer, E. Wittek, J. O'Brien, C. Nazario, A, Martin, Second Row: J, Sclfiroepher, R. Reilly, J. Kepci, J. Forte, T. Turner, T. Boyle, R. lachetta. Back Row: P. Winters, R. Dunn, W. Dugan, B. Gehan, L. Sturniolo, K. Gazzola, J. McGuire, A. Fonzo, E. Meany, W. Keane, T. Galvin, J. Reagan, G. Johnson, J. Angione, J. McMahon. Sophomore Hall ,aye ga f:Z'E,. .,.'. 1. 'ff ' r ' , C2 43 I F, ...nr ...nfs Terrence Dwyer, Treasurerg James O,Brien, President, Emil Wittek, Vice President Pythagoras Basil, Secretary. lll Front Row: S. Chung, R. D'Oranzo, B. D'Andrea, J. Sullivan, T. Madigan, T. Corcoran, M. SanTaMaria, R. Earling, W. Marty. Second Row: J. Karby, J. Fernandez, J, Charvanes, P. Meni, J. Needham, F. Olazalno, E. Cavanagh, J, McDonough, T. Porcellini, S. DeiP6zzo, F. Sanfilli. Back Row: J. O'Boyle, E. O'SulIivan, C. Owens, F. McNaIley, J. Gallagher, l.. Gonzalez, V. Voltz, J, Ennis, J. Samonsky, B. LaMonifca, W, Smith, S. Petralia, C. Crocker, A. Sorrentino. is gf- ' ' ' i 0 Thomas O Brien Vice President- Bernard DAndp-ea President' Joseph O Boyle Secretary' Edward Cavanagh Treasurer ll2 Sophomore Dealy Hall .R h X -.K ze.. Front Row: J. MacManamy, B. Browd, M. Burke, J. Tansey. Second Row: B. I-laberman, B. Sinnoft, F, Stella, E. Mitchell, F. Arone, J. Hare, R. Maraffi, J, Davidson. Third Row: F. Proper, E. Ricca, R. Cisneros, K. Floody, J. Hills, J. Sullivan, S. Crispenilli, R. Fortunato. Back Row: P. Mulvry, C. Bresloff, J. Cummings, T. Fuselli, P, Epperlein, C. Delaney. F X 5 X il X x 'X YE JE . Q FN. si wg 1 V Raul Epperlein, Vice Presidentg William Naldrett, Secre- taryg Robert Maraffi, Presldentg Eugene Hahn, Treasurer. ll3 Sophomore Dealy Hall Front Row: R. Urban, T. Burns, T. Brennan, R. Flannigan, J, McNulty, R. McKeon C Remo W Foy T Phillips Second Row M Prender asf J H d' M g , , ar Ing, . Cumella, M. Sheridan, C. Taylor, T. Fragala, T. Peferls. -Back R,ow:- M. tohen, P. Dowd M. J h lt P. KI R , o ns on ar, . Nuxoll, J. LoGrande, B. Strass, B. McClarnon, L. Mueller, M. Costello, P, Mannion, J. Power, B. Winiarslci, S. Jakso, F. Scordato, J. Wilson, ' Sophomore City Hall Martin Prendergast, Presidentg 'Lorraine Mueller, Treasurerg Brian Johnston, Secretary. Sophomore C'l: Hall l ll li ll El 'l if ll li E l 1 Front Row: J. Keavney, Presidentg L. Rosenbaum, Vice President. Back Row: M. Connolly, Treasurerg S. Weber, Sec reta ry. pa. .'f' ',v:f 31 :'fiiI"lfF. iii' 'n . iM'alfxon, LM. Fealy. Second Row: B. Trogluo flfe'nZi'l?iQ6fQ: 'Tfllrd Pow: P. Sullivan, A. Clevenger, C. Gillarnsen, S. Geislefr,iW. Gallagher,-3 J. 'l'orzill.i,. M. Connelly, J. McCabe, H, MacCallum, 'i.,' S fB6l:2kl'1d5A QB, Loschert, G. 'Re-ynolizls. 2 l A ' ...z --f, ., .f,A 4 5. . I, - . I I 15 E. Ga rofolo G. 'Weber, M. lVlc- J. Keavney, L. Front Row: J. Scanlan, T. Gray, J. Kearns, G. Sloane, R. Jacobsen, F, Marinello, A. Magner. Second Row: C. Kuffner, A. Daly, M l-lammill, T. Fennell, A. Formichella, J. Coleman, R. Walsh. Back Row: J. Lydon, F. Ribaudo, W. Kelly, J. White, R. Stoffell, A Janniere, P, Coffey, S. Keane, J. Philbin, J. Calefano, T. Kane, J. Walsh. Sophomore City Hall Front Row: A. Janniere, President, T. Kane, Vice President. Back Row: R. Jacobsen, Secretary, F. Ribaudo, Treasurer. ll6 Front Row: E. Malinowski, N. McCauley, E. Kennedy, R. Czark, T. McTigue. Second Row: J. Murphy, J Freeburn, B. l-liggins, I. Collopy, Sr. M. Columalle, l. Lynch, B. Waters, L. Keane, F. Richards. Back Row: T. Jeselson, T. Malinowski, J. Sullivan, E. Thompson, W. Danielewski, A. Maguire, G, Green, R. Debetta, R McLean, R. Lawler, J. Garvey, E. Gilson, D. Fitzsimons. D. Cummings, Treasurer, G. Cor- coran, Secretary, J. P. Slattery, Presi- dent, J. Guzman, Vice President. Th1rd Year Clty Presidentg Malinowski, Vice Presi: dent, B. Higgins, Secretary. a- M Derwin Treasurer' L Keane Front Row: J. Guzman, G. Corcoran, D. Cummings P. O'l-lara, D. Beck, R. O'Connor. Second Row: W. Wittenbauer, L. Romano, R. Luvera, M. Cassidy, H. Underhill, J. Stanton, A. Zehall, D. Rapena, G. Silva. Back Row: W. Pereca, R. Wilk, G. Raboui, B. Packer, G. Fitzgerald, J. Roman, J. Stephens, A. Stoeckert, J. O'CorineI, J. McPartan, F. Dieggan, B. Robertson, J. Madden. ll7 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS DEALY 'HALL 1956 , .yin - 1,-E:-1-if:,i:. 1,4 gg-.,,:gse:z- E:513rjf:1p51.?'Zj-.5 ,. 1. . . ' '-1.4-Z 22-1' ,....w,0 1, 1 X 4' , f , C , , V , fP-- My-..,Q,4 ' N . , , , M,.,.w ,..,41,- .- , V . ,z-5, vp X'1fwjh"9'X-af., , ,H . ' -- 5 .,gj3:a-Q 4., , , ,. . f- ,. .. . "'f'i"'M12'f . 'E ,i l-Q - . V i V X iff ..,. ig . Q,.5- V .-:vi . 1' , , A Q fi? Q ? S ,I 1 Jyfiy Q2 fx J uf .If 1 A-, ' H z , 1 .3 LF' l.Q,fi," .Z ' V V 7-fff' . xv! 1 -in ,.-.,f 'am , - Q ii' ' ' ' 1,4 ,, ---f gf:-11: - f, A V, 1 ,, if ,Q ' - ja., ff 3.1-ew. , F , 4 v,v- J rkrk V R , pwfm.. L! " .' If , i , " - - , A. , ,,fA5, Q 5 I in A , q .,,A W ,,,, , , .1 yn,.y,wh h u h-5 , ' K ., . ., A .M Y V- ' ' " .,,.., , .,,, , , 4., . V ,, f f f 4 z Freshmen Front Row: G. Carusi, T. Reiman, R. Frank, T Donahue, R. Quigley, T. Feeley, J, Rhodes, J DeoGuardi. Second Row: R. Ramos, J. Kelly R. Collins, T. Bellucci, G. FitzGerald, G. Lash P. Johnson. Third Row: K. Phelan, B. Driscoll G. Smith, F, Donnelly, R. Fisher, G. Annar Back Row: M. Bakkenisf, J. Comeau, M O'Brien, N. Acosfa, P. Garner, G. Byrne, W Doyle, D. Lyons, J. Kirk, K. Quinn. , 55,-,fu 5 'ti'-N-':",,,,,.,,-J' Front Row: M. Carr, R. Foster, T. O'DonneIl J. Lenner, D. Supple, H. Miller, R. DeFeIice J. Mahon. Second Row: M. Heinzeller, R Peters, J, Porcelly, L. Finnegan, L. Toroker, R Dorsch, D. Kelly, E. Cerutfi, C. Schuh, L Nicastro. Back Row: C. Karway, R. Perugini C. Goriello, T. Koppinger, J, Kilcullen, M Tomei, J. Alberfi, P. Brule, A. Kicchner, N Basner. Freshman lealy Hall l 3 l l l v Front Row: A. Scilletti, D. Woods, R. Egan, E. Hughes, J. Roche, C. Sansone, D. Sullivan. Second Row: C. Harrington, P. Eschmann R. Mickerl, L. Senatore, A. Gaccino, G. Monfagun, J, Monserrata, N. Acosta, T. Malcar. Third Row: D, Bronzino, J, Beclfer, D. King G. Gordon, K. Gamble, J. Riccobono, R. Schuster, E. Coffey. Back Row: J. Buccieri, J. Dempsey, P. Diskin, T. Durkin, J. Quinn J. Lamas, G. Fowler, D. Mallard. J Freshman Dealy Hall WK-1 John Roche, Vice President, Joseph Dempsey, President, , Robert Mickler, Secretary, Charles Harrington, Treasurer. -1. 5355 A ai iv mf. . 'ff""s1,,,f anno. .. .. bf' Front Row: L. Carroll, E. Riccardi, M. Propper, D. Brosan, F. Eiseman, T. Hoppe, E. Bray. Second Row: A. Behrmann, T. Scanlon, A. Tully, V. Rattigan, J. Kirkland, B. Pape, N. Ferland, T, Mason, W. Dunn. Back Row: A. Asaro, G. Kilcourse, R. Ganser, J. MCC-Iinty, J. Leary, R. Hogan, D, McCarthy, T. Cardarelli, D. Tanguay, J. Bonanni. 422:55 .William Foley, Treasurer: Ray- 'rnondf Gan,s'e'r, Vice President, Andrew-Tully, Presidentg Frank Piglnataro, Secretary. V. V , . Freshman Dealy Hall s. Q. 4 , .Q . '52 wf 'W Im.. , f , x y K ,... W. ,,.,, x, 4 ' Wi ,- -,' 3.-1 ,f M s .. , M - Q., '4 aries-is Q. 3335 ..,....f,f.- ,V ,-:,-:f-.,- 1 , K . A K ., . N- 42. .gel f bw 3 - Q4 . gif., 5 I 5 ri 3 f 2 2 2 3 S E Front Row: V. Murray, C. Pilkowskas, M. Biewirth, V. Syron, M. Stewart, P. McDougall. Back Row: fJ. Kilkeary, W. Carey, R. Moryez, J. Carolan, J. Stahlnecker, J. Pan, A. Materazo, P. Lopez. Freshman City Hall R. Carlesimo, Treasurerg M. Stewart, Vice President, P. Lopez, President. 125 1 1 I Z 3 Front Row: M. Loughery, J. Sculby, J. O'Brien. Second Row: J. Glynn, J. Fonss, l. Ringer, K. O'SI'1ea, E. Talamas, T. Lawler, E Joseph, S. Realmufo. Back Row: F. Cutrone, A. Sorrento, G. Buccino, E. Woodriffe, M. Buffa, D, Andres, J. Hibbits, T. Hickey, T Deacy, J. Faulkner, E. Reidy, W. Meschi, J. Cosgrove, R. Haig. Freshman City Hall J Front Row: J. Cosgrove, President, A. Sorrento, Vice President. Back Row: T. Lawler, Treasurer, lZ6 E. Talamas, Secretary. Y . Front Row: R. Bryne, H. Easop, W. O'Connor, P. Keane, M, Barker, -W. Gollinge, J. Senkewich, J. Fay. Back Row: J. Lillis, W. Doyle, C. Richardson, J. Kiernan, M. Walsh, J. O'ReiIIy, B. SantaMaria, L. Steiner, K. Stalzer. Front Row: M. Barker, President, W. Doyle, Vice President. Back Row: R. Byrne, Treasurer, P. Keane, Secretary. Freshman City Hall Front Row: F. Miller, R. O'FIinn, J. Byrnes, B. Broome, R. Komisky, Sr. S. Bridget, I., Stanford, P. Everich, G. Lutz, T. M. Maguire. Back Row: E. Beieck, R. Berry, A. Caro, B. Dorrian, P. Rooney, P, Noy, J. Lenehan, P. Mohienbrok, W. Riggin, R. Hughes, W. Murphy, J. Erinn. L. Standord, President, F. Miller, Vice President. 128 Second Year City Hall . 'V NN xx Qi ww X , F X Q X3 EI s .XA ' . p' -, . ' X412 3555?-.-.-r. S. zwbxfrg W f i, N. ,, M .. ,. M, ., M Xe, . xxx... wxmisi . A NSN.-in we ew Jw: ,wi A-f -. we vf,.v..-wwegzxgmbrff J -. .- .w .- 4 .2. 'M-mf, ,,w,,f.f 2, . KQV - :SQ A gum wg - i ' ' -JS! SWL!-2 -i1:fJ.zQ . -3 .. f -V -xg if -Eze .,' x R S3335 imy, - KXE:-1.15-: 1 . , ,xv is - wg 52 rw M. .1 J 1 Qf.i..Q?vg, ' ii Front Row: J. Peplca, J, L, Mogan, R. J. Craig, R. P. McTernan, J. M. Materson, M, O'Neill, J. Kemp, L. Stillato, T. Danleavy. Back Row: J. Shalvey, J. Robinson, M. Mahony, T. Moran, S. Areliano, M. Long, J. Tint, J. Opramolia, C. Ferguson, J. Martox, Second Year City Hall me-,.,.. Charles J. Ferguson, Jr., President, Joan Masterson, Vice President 129 in' ig if E Q 'Wigan P, f ' 1 gk? ,Kc - :AM-Rv " . V 1. ,Q .0 , : .,,. , Q,5g.,,:,,.. . - 1 fi K vi 7 f 2 Q Q " ff ' ' ' 7 ' ,. f f 1 7, Q, Q Pi gg P f f ,f w , '42 .f 'Q N ff ,V .. ' Z fi f 9 '42-" 3' J, ' 4 ff , ff xv I???5fP:'fM"3b , f.,f .,, ulf9 If A ,. V,-.71 '-A .. f-qv X- vzq-5 ..::.:.,q . -M-,Hwy ,. , . ,,,,,. . 0 ,,- 41, .1 . .,,. x I. 21225 M -b: 4 9 ' k y :,.:13: ,f wwf , , 7 , 1 X . 2 SP K . J . ., pf- - T651 f' xg' 1 0? I al vi KK ', 48 , 4 f. gb 2 f no 5 ll 4 0, .fy ,, s f 4 1 ' 2 60 ip' 1 9 -.QM . 3 -A-fe: f 23 mg: gi-if-i is if - 'fvmisi "1' Wag 32:25 i? , y sv.-: 5 E Ax ., auxin ,5, 2232? Q , ,.1 ,gif 4 5, 11 Fkkh L E ii ii li P? Q Zlfgglz, Front Row: D. Kennelly, R. Donohue, M. Taylor, T. Murray, J Dalton, A. Petrofesi, P. Allen, R, Roxly, J. Murphy. Second Row J. Kusch, J. Dorhety, D. Raith, J. Foy, J. Higgins, W. Murphy, P. Rieger, R. McCormick, T. l-larl, G. Monaco, P. Picciano, D. Wida, l-l, Donovan. Back Row: F. Dunn, W. Cananagh, J. Monroe A. Coy, F. Reynolds, J. McKenna, A. Gerald, J. Kovack, J Mansfield, R. Rinaldi. First Year City Hall J. Foy, Presidentg W. Murphy, Vice Presi clentg T. Hart, Secretaryg J. Kirsch Treasurer. l3l Front Row: J. FitzPatricl4, C. Muscarnera, P. l-lagle, J. Lewis, J. Ducey, M. Dubig, Second Row: S. Murphy, M. Croake, D. Riley, W. Galvin, F. O'l-lara, S. Dowcl, A. l-lershon, S. Konyha, E. Loar. Back Row: M. Ghalian, J. Desmond, W. l-linchey, B. Collins, A. Wagner, J. Hohilly. First Year City Hall S. Murphy, President, C. Muscarnera, Vice President P. Nagle, Secretary, M. Chalian, Treasurer. l32 5 5 5 2 Front Row: M, Burke, K. Perry, W. McLoughlin, J. Shea, S. Bodnovich. Second Row: R. Egan, J. Collins, V. Quintano, S. Kalssin, A. Stanton. Third Row: W. Donnelly, J. Gowan, J. Connelly, R. Williams, J. Tobin. Back Row: V, Baltakis, W. Coltan, J. Finn, W. O'Keeffe, J. Lambiase. Freshman City Hall-Day J. Tobin, Treasurerg J. Shea, Vice Presidentg ' K. Perry, Secretaryg W. Donnelly, President. l3-4 ,. 2, .1-.fl,.':,1f' . ...,.,.. k 1 'Q 1 , 4 , ,X f My Cf, A V' ' 4? ' bl " f f 4, ' 4 P 1, , , 'yy - .. 4 ausmigse qi DEM sr re. -. gsxffwlj ,z 'L v ' , : 353 .13 Wish , 'fax 5 -an Q xr 94 f M72 we f 1 i i ' 22 sg-gi 1, 1 2 T32 go if A 1 M fi 1 - l11u . fra.- xu N ' 7 . 'QQ ' 55135. I :X X gi' 6 , if Honors lwlbe U56 V amonq S uuefah U1 Bm :CBN coXX qes ft? -7 U I ' ' ' g ' A Q dmv :hues , ' ' ? 1 a - X K i Z4 7' N 44' Q WILLIAM E. BARRS Bill Barrs, has for his four years played an outstanding role in the Sodality of Our Lady of Fatima. Within this organization he served as Prefect in his senior year. To help orientate the freshman class Bill also acted as General Chairman of a very extensive Freshman Orientation Program. CHRIST DRAKOPOULOS Christ has an outstanding record in both scholastics and in extra-curricular activities. He is a gold medal winner and has been on the Dean's List for four years. His impressive list of activities include: Class President for four years, President of the Student Council, Adver- tising Manager of the Aries in sophomore and junior years and Business Manager in senior year. He was also mentioned for the Who's Who Award in both junior and senior year. Alpha Beta Kappa This honor society for co-curricular activities was inaugurated in the School of Business in l938. Membership in Alpha Beta Kappa is one of the highest attainments to which students can aspire. Membership and the ABK 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. Members are chosen by the Student Councils and approved by the faculty Committee on Co-curricular Awards. KENNETH H. MEEKER Ken has been a member of the Maroon Quill staff for four years holding the position of staff photographer during his junior year and City Hall Editor in the senior year. He is a member of Beta Alpha Psi, the Accounting Honor Fraternity, and holds the office of Secre- tary. His other activities list the Mulry Council of Debate of which he is president, The Music Club, Economics Club, Accounting Society and the Balance Sheet, He has also served as an Accounting Lab Assistant during his junior and senior years. PATRICK J. NEVI LLE Patrick -Neville has contributed much TO Fordham during his four years on campus. HE is the President of the Campus Division Stu- dent Council. He was also instrumental in establishing a Student Court and played a large part in the revision of our School of Business Constitution. Pat can also be found working with the University Council. PAUL A. DURSI Paul Dursi, a four year veteran of the cam- pus Student Council, was elected Vice Presi- dent of this session. He also served as chairman of the lnterclass Dinner, the Freshman Recep- tion Committee and the Ring Committee. Extending beyond school activities Paul has been designated by the Army Reserve Officers Corps as a Distinguished Military Student. it 5. 5 5 GEORGE P. REEDY . George was elected President of his class in both junior and senior year and is Vice President of the Student Council. In his sen- lor year he served as Business Manager of the Maroon Quill and Advertising Manager of the Aries. He is Vice President of the Account- EIQ Society and a member of the University ouncl . JOHN C. MARRINAN John's interest in the field of journalism is evident by his being named Editor-in-Chief of the Maroon Quill. He has also served on the literary staff of Aries and other student publi- cations, As a class officer, a member of the Student Council and a delegate to the Univer- sity Council, he has played a part in our student government. l39 DAVID V. GREEN David Green has been an active member in the Sodality and has served as Vice Prefect in his senior year. Serving as Managing Editor of the Balance Sheet and Vice President of the Accounting Society has established his con- tribution to the Accounting Department. JOHN E. SUTHERLAND-, JR. John Sutherland has formed his activities around the student publications in the School of Business. In his junior year he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Balance Sheet. This year he is the Editor-in-Chief of Aries. His ability in his major is demonstrated bv his appointment as Accounting Lab Assistant and his election as President of Beta Alpha Psi, the honorary accounting fraternity. He has also served on the Student Council and the Freshman Orientation program. EDMUND F. BANAS WILLIAM P. DEEGAN 4 LOU IS A. EVANGELISTA LAURENCE J. BELL DONALD J. CHRISTENSEN NICHOLAS G. DeAPUZZO , 4 1 . A -Z .. 3 f 2 Q . 5 . Z . 1 . f K Z , , f f J V f 1' I JOHN J. FALZON ' JOHN B. FEERY JOHN S. FELCZAK JAMES GRIMES JAMES P HARLEY RICHARD F. MCKEON ANDREW A. MARESCA ROSEMARY K. MORGAN Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Gamma Sigma is the national academic honor society tor member colleges ot the American Association ot Collegiate Schools ot Business. Zeta, the Fordham chapter, was insti- tuted in l939. Nomination is awarded to those ot excellent scholarship and moral character who by their attainments promote the advancement ot education in the art and science ot business. One requirement tor membership is that the student rank within the highest ten percent ot the graduating class. However, a selected group distinguished by outstanding academic and moral excellence is rewarded by induction in Junior year. E. VINCENT 0'BRIEN JOHN J. 0'CONNELL RAFAEL A PACHECO JOSEPH F. SOMERS JUAN J. SOTILLO WILLIAM J- SULLIVAN WILLIAM R. BARRS PAUL A. DURSI DONALD P. GAYDOS l 42 DAVID L. CHAMBERLAIN CHRIST DRAKOPOULOS Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Founded in IQ34, "Whois Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges" is an annual publication listing the names and achieve- ments of the outstanding students of the colleges throughout the country, as nominated by the respective college administrators. lts fundamental pur- pose is the creation of one national basis of recognition for students who have excelled in the various facets of college activity. Selection to "Who's Who" means 'not only a significant personal honor for the students choseng their names and records are also placed before the eyes of graduate school officials, businessmen and professional people across the nation. The l959 edition will include seventeen students of the School of Business. X 1. A , . A-sx - -- :as-'s .t is f . - ' 1' -A Q ' '. 'ff THOMAS A. GOVERNALE 1zW4?n,fI jfiffiui 7'L"" 'JL M V"?5YC"' :U4114?W5fW7-5 105' Vinyl ,Kp -5. xg L, 'LLL ,pm WC' :W 237 ',,g,,gfm?M,,',N,n- I Wi' ,13'1"Ma?2Y2-Q V,- .f mwfg, 5, 1 y ,lv LW , f f-15 1-'f1.2.,f'3 -,yfjwzgpff4:q7gf2:1faM1 ev T ,mi Ez .- 219' Mfg-1 jzfiivfriiawf' 12232 '1. .fm- vx ,ly 4 5 ,M -3, -, .ns- I?f'a'3x-fnciki-i"f.fiL15115 X :L 4.15, 12 f MM W V-' Q 1 MM fm." 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' ' A A J .ws.:v-might C fC.,-,M Q, M VSV .. AT. if? ,Q.?,m,,hgv5:s-.xaQQ3,f4mT.53Ki M .. W N. USGS iz. . i .,,.. . . N NN . A A-. A-J""'Qs.7,x , .1 X H -, ,V .CWIM -f . -. ' 'X iw' mf N-A -S ' ",..,.w--.X.1'33'9f9.a.. N, , 'S 'xQf"'i'X'X' ww.. ' ' ,X-.-br.'Y3Qg.4.w,A ' ,uf ,:2gag,:g,,g.3,,,.,.,. , , V ,- , , i . , 4-7 , 1, H , ,, , , , wif f IIE! III!! lrll nav ' lf!! MRF! V- IFF? lrlml ' r-5, r 1 -' Nr. S QQ me u Kr fx' N4 :,., , xx? .,Al L, L A I, A V , 1 4 1 1. ' " 1 , ' .' . 1 - Y . ,. f I .1 , . 7 K .7 ' z f , , - , LmV, , V . A , , ,, m , ,V 3 1' X f pg 5 ' ' VV f . ' ' A ,V f ' 1 j, mais: , K. 1' 'Q , .f 47- 1f"' f Q ,Z A, M, Ly:-r 6 6 ' Sodality of Clur Lady of ln its two told purpose ot selt development and apostolate the Sodalityqorganized several activities with the entire student body in view. The first of these, the Mission Dance, was host to about 500 couples and their guests under the setting of a Spanish motif. The dance realized a protit which was given to the Jesuit mission in the Marshall-Caroline Islands. ln appreciation ot the tine arts, the Sodality sponsored a reception and concert with l-leidi Krahl as the guest. Within the metropolitan area the President ot the New York Archdiocesan Union ot College and Nursing School Sodalities was chosen from among the Fordham School ot Business Sodalists. Building toward the most important feature ot the Sodality program, the annual closed retreat, the Sodality chose Shrub Oak for the site. All those who took part in the retreat came to a better and fuller realization and understanding of their pur- pose here on earth and what is expected ot them as Catholics in the future. l Benediction in the Chapel. Front Row: W. Barrs, N. Masone, A. Garrity, Fr, Rothlauf, S.J., J. Collins, D. Green. Second Row: G.. Pagano, M. Dennehy, R. Smith, J. Plaine, L. Timpone, J. Neiman. Back Row: R. Roman, J. Kirk H. Forgione, D. Cremmins, T. Boxley J. Venning. William R. Barrs Prefect 146 Sodality ot Our Lady ot the Immaculate Conception Under the guidance ot Rev. Eamon Taylor, S.J., its moderator, the sodality embarked upon a new program tor the current academic year. The Sodality's participation in Apostolic activ- ities centralized itselt around its sponsorship ot a closed retreat tor men and women ot the entire school, its adoption ot the advent wreath custom displayed in the school lounge, and its encourage- ment to the student body to attend daily Mass which is held each morning in the Chapel. The social activities, ot course, includes parties, picnics and theatre parties tor the enjoyment of all its members. Annually, the sodality sponsors the Mission Dance which was this year's Moonlight Hacienca. lt also directs the annual Mission Drive and pub- lishes a socially and spiritually informative news- paper tor its members and as a means ot contact with other sodalities. i - Q 1 - i J. Clarke, P. McElligOtt. Michael J. Wallace Busy Sodalists. Prefect j. yili il'4l7 Front Row: M. Stewart, F. Mannino, M Goulden, N. Coppola, P. McDougall, V Syron, A. Stypinski, J. Polito, M. Bierwirth S. Weber, A. Clevenger, V. Murray, C, Pil kowskas. Second Row: H. Meschi, J. Nar ducci, N. Philbin, W. l-larlciri, S. Detazio, C Basile, A. Reyes, P. Lopez, J. l-lanrahan, D Rattery. Back Row: G. Reidy, D. Andres, T Deacy, H. Winsch, A. Young, C. Walsh, T Kane B Bon iorno T Scheller A. Janniere r v -G f K Sodality of the Immaculate The -S6clr31Ifiity , sodalists both? 'yaungi amen anal women in the evening School of Business This group is directed by Father Simor, SJ., whose informal meetings en- able all to withdraw briefly from the hustle and bustle of the pressures of the business world and enhance the sodalists opportunities to grow spiritu- ally. Works of mercy, retreats, Communion Breakfasts and other activities prepare the sodalist for an intimate friend- ship with Christ through His Blessed Mother. Catholicism becomes more than a way of life. The Sodality contributes to young Catholics a background where- by they become not only "thinkers" but in addition and what is of greater importance, "doers" in today's modern world. "But that's what it says!" 1-431 "We, the students ot Fordham University Campus Division, in view ot our apparent need tor spiritual, cultural, and social development, do hereby form the Chi Rho Fraternity in the hopethat religion and learning may go hand in hand, and character grow with knowledge." By weekly Mass attend- ance in a body, adherence to the duties of the Apostleship of Prayer in its various stages, attendance at lectures of interest and importance to the Catholic business student and participation in cultural and social activities the Fraternity is successfully aiding in the spiritual, cultural and social development of its membership, and thereby fulfilling its purpose tor existence. Front Row N Deusebio, W. Sinnot, J. Byrne, J. Collins, M. Kernan, A. Mozilo, T, Porcellini. Second Row: D. Sarka E Carroll D Gerety M Dennehy M Davey, R. Hennessy, J. Smith, R. Smith. Third Row: A. Sorrentino, C. Koczka, P. Neville, J. Dunleavy J Clohessy D Chamberlain R Mirone, J. Kirk. Fourth Row: R. Saumell, R. Rowe, R. Pointon, T. Green, T. Rielly, T. Doherty, W Schneider R Molinari Back Row J Whooley, P. Epperlein, M. Santa-Maria, S. Crispinelli, E. l-lahan, R. Maraffi. ' Anxiety before a meeting. , J. Michaellltkernan President f Dealy Hall -27? I-'fff"'55.1 tiW'r'Qw 4 is , X. .- , , -',,-, 4 - . V-.m.:pf,. ma, . :w'..'-f,,:1- 1-,iv-za,-1,1-f. f,-.-,414 ,.. - ,. ff wa . A Wa, s. wt-fr..-M f, .. -a -,,. ,. ., ,.,-4: ,,,, v-v- v,k. K .,.. 4 vvfv A ,. , ,-fff'-.,.':: Front Row: J. Lyons, M. Polito, P. Neville, W. l-lickey, D. Braun. Second Row: T. Mahoney, R. Musetti, E O'Brien R Scull F. Poczatek, E. I-lanafin. Back Row: M. Tolan, J. Mahon, T. Governale, J. Marrinan, - , - Yi R. l-lenessey, D. Green. Bring this up at the next meeting," iso I Patrick J, Neville President The purpose of the Student Councillis to iprom.o'tei,fial3lifai?Q monious relationship between members of the faculty, the student body and the alumni association and to present a true expression of student needs to the School of Business admin- istration. The executive officers of the Council for the i958-59 school year are: President, Patrick Neville, Vice President, Paul Dursig Treasurer, William l-lickeyg Corresponding Secre- tary, Michael Politog Recording Secretary, Jo-hn Lyons. Con- tinuing as moderator is Mr.'Raymond Diskin. Among the many accomplishments of the Council dur- ing the past year was the addition of various amendments to the constitution. A student court was created with justices from each year. A new andvaluable Freshman Orientation program was inaugurated. The Council sponsored such traditional affairs as the Mission Dance, Mission Fund Drive, Blood Drive, Communion Breakfast, lnterclass Dinner, Student Directory and Senior Week Activities. . f .Front Row: C. Drako oulos B. Boris J. Hicke G. Reed . Second Row: J o ar p , , y, y . S w by, D. Sweeney, V Buffa, J. Quadrino, G. Fitzmaurice, Dr. M. l-lart. Third Row: M. Lally, T. Stanford, B. Broome, fJ. Cosgrove, P. Lopez. Back Row: L. Keane, J. Keavney, M. Wallace, C. Murphy, F. Corcoran, M. F. Keenan, K. Meeker. The Student Council of the City Hall Division serves as a Chffsf D'ak0POUl0S medium of Contact among the students themselves and be- tween the student body and the administration. lt is an organ- ization composed of all class and organization presidents from both the day and night session, who meet together to discuss, plan and approve matters pertaining to student activities. The i958-59 Student Council elected Christ Drakopoulos of Senior A President, to lead them through the academic year. To assist Christ in his task, George Reedy of Senior B was elected Vice President, James Hickey of Junior B, Secretary and Martin Prendergast of Sophomore B, Treasurer. Under the guiding hand of Dr. Maurice Hart, its moder- ator, the Council moved through a very successful year. Among the activities co-sponsored by the Student Council have been the annual lnterclass Dinner, the Communion Breakfast and the Student Directory. The support rendered by the Student Council in the organization of this year's Freshman Orientation Program, Blood Drive, and Ring Committee proved to be very effective. The "Open l-louse" which was held after the Ford- ham-Army game, was also sponsored by the Council. President l5l A quick caucus. Q Dealy Hall W This year the Fordham Accounting Society reached full maturity and had its most successful year to date. lt has been a season marked by inno- vation and integration of both the Campus and City Hall segments into one well functioning Society. The Accounting Society year "blasted oft" with a 'get together' party and accelerated withgcom- bined meetings and panel discussions. Since its Front Row: H. Forgione, J. Mclnerney, W. Sinnott, B. Eustace, R. Scully, D. Green, M. Polito, R. Pointon. Second Row: K. O'Brien, D. Burke, P. Spera, J. Galvin, E. Sullivan, R. l-lennessey, M. Kernan, L. Storey, Third Row: R. Smith, E. Torres, J. Nylancl, E. VanDorn, W. Carr, L. Aidala, R. Molinari, R. Pacheco, J. Clohessy, J. MacNeiI. Fourth Row: E. l-l'll, J. Tolan, A. Linkowitz, J, Whooley, W. Nieman. Fifth Row: D. Braun, L. Teator, J. Mahon, W. Hickey, J. Marrinan, D. Cham- berlain, E. Weigand, R. Finneran, J. Carey, E. l-lanafin, J, Larra- naga. Back Row: L, Timpone, J. Dunleavy, L. Teator, J. Collins. A toast to you. ' ' l5.2i J. T City Hall organization in l95l this society has grown until it has becorne one ot the most active clubs tound within the School of Business. The Accounting Society on the Campus had as President, Robert Scully, and Mr. Philip Steinborn as the Faculty Moderator. At the City Hall Divi- sion, the Accounting Society was presided over by Sam Henry and Mrs. James MacNeill the Faculty Moderator. Samuel Henry President. Front Row: J. Kilkeary, H. Meschi, R. Sanfilippo, M. Bierwirth, V. Syron, P. McDougall, M. Stewart, A. Clevenger, S. Weber, C. Taylor, E. McClarnon, R, Morgan, S. Henry, J. Gistaro. Second Row: D. Andres, J. Hanrahan, R. Ulrich, B. McDonnell, H. Leis, R. Cestola, D. Hesselbirg, R. Stevenson, R. Dixon, W. Sullivan, W. Carey, Back Row: K. Meeker, J. Reidy, J. Cos- grove, T. Deacy, S. Keane, W. Gallagher, A. Young, B. Bon- giorno, J. Schubert, T. Scheller, S. Delazio, P. Mclflligott, H. Winsch, R. Stross, G. Reedy, F. McGill. "Sure there's more!" lsii QT . ...., f ,,,,. . ., ,,,, ,, .,, ,, .,,,y, ., . ., .,, ,,. D. V, H ., , ..,,,v., , ,.,,. , , ,.,, h ,, ,,1 .,,, ,.,,f 4 f, ., ,. ,, wr., f., ,V The Fordham Collegiate Chapter of the Ameri- can Marketing Association has directed its energies toward allowing the student interested in marketing and its functions to cultivate an intimate association with the field and people therein. Furthermore, the club aids its members embarking upon a business career to adapt to their chosen profession more easily by coordinating theory learned in the Front Row: D. Sarka, E. Carroll, Clark, J. Bardinella, H. Forgione, Dempsey. Second Row: E. Callahan, J. Tuohy, F. Joyce, J. Dolan, D. Gerrity. Third Row: W. Kegan, Camp- bell, R. Pievteskan, R. Saumell, J, Mclnerny. Fourth Row: D. Sullivan, A. Mozillo, I. Pisani, W. Garrity, C. Koska. Back Row: O'Brien, Burke, Brennan. After the conference. classroom with actual marketing experience and practices. ln an effort to achieve this end, the club has arranged tor its members to be guests of related organizations and speakers. Activities of common interest add to the tund ot practical experience. Active participation by student members results in a fine background of knowledge as to how the marketing facets operate in the business world. Front Row: M, Bierwirth, L. Mueller, D. Butte, A. Stypinski M. Cumella, M. Sheridan, J. Quadrino. Second Row: R Carlesimo, C. Drakopoulos, J. Cumella, J. Narducci, L Hultgren, M. Russillo, D. Gaydos, R. Astoreca, E. Clarke Back Row: J. Varley, J. Cosgrove, J. Hickey, L. Rosenbaum R. Walsh, C. Walsh, W. Dabelstein, A. Janniere, J. Clarke R. Mase, W. Loughran. Future executives on tour 7. fmfeagv-1:16 r,'f's'f' '-2.13 9M,qi,,t::5-f- .if-.,, .af ., f ,. ,ti E. Vincent O' Brien President V , n E1 .: .5 gg.,.',5ag,.::-fi., - .V. V ,f,. ,,,.,. V V, ..,. - ., ,., " '21 -Inf '- 12.55. V-2!f?"'f', 4- :ffif-f.:-+V. Vue... 'x-4 2 :V: ,,., -V 'y'1wE.-.zwsps 5 I .. -f-. .V ,. , . ,. ,,. , ..,,. N, . ff ,.. L.':,.V.,7 153 Mf3:..f.-,,v,,G,V-, -15, 1,304 V. 5 rff' . '- - 3.4.-' QWM -1111. 5214.441 V ,. f i. - , ,, ,, ., 4 :,.,.,.,..5.fV :,y,1,f,,.,g5 .- VV .,V.1.,,,.,,.-.ww-1.4: " '. 1' 'i " ff -. H'1.,'f"' L-Sz, A 5.1.4-Jfi1l:VL,gVj1.:.,., -25351-!1:5-'V'g-V,,f'1 The scholastic year i958-i959 has witnessed an outstanding increase in the number ot activities sponsored by the Management Society. This year the Campus division held regular meetings which due to their organization and operation attracted praise from the rest ot the school. The branch ot this society functioning at City Hall boasts of a peak membership and high enthusiasm in all the members. An activity of particular interest during the first semester was a recep- tion held by the Downtown branch. This occasion provided an opportunity tor all management majors and their guests to mingle and exchange ideas. Due to the success of this activity, the Campus division plans to reciprocate with a similar gathering during the second semester. Front Row: E. Bull, R. Cassinari, E. O'Brien, F. Poczatek, R. Werner, N. lacovella, Second Row: A. Byrne, M. Davy, J. Marrinan, M. Dennehy, J. Larranaga, E. Hanatin. Third Row: C. Welborn, T. Reilly, D. Gerrity, B. Eustace, H. Hernandez, J. Carey, A. Fitzpatrick, J. Cristiano. Back Row: B. Mirone, T. Green, R. Musetti, P. Neville, J. Mclnerney, W. Schneider, R. Finneran. V V 1 V ? i ? City H a 11 Presently, the City Hall branch is endeavoring to develop a cross index catalogue of all the material in the City Hall Library which deals with the subjects studied in the entire management curriculum. This will not only be a great asset to the faculty but will also enable the entire student body to obtain information with ease. Plans are currently being formulated to establish at Fordham University a chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Management. ln addition definite arrangements have been confirmed which will result in the presenta- tion of lectures and the showing of films to the Management Society for this year. The many activities of the Management Society have proved of great benefit to the students in this field. Due to its encouragement, many seniors have taken advantage of the opportunity to enroll as members of the Ameri- can Management Association. Front Row: A. Mella, C. Basile, M. F. Keenan, N. D'Apuzzo, M. Goulden, J. Hayman, J. Viejo. Second Row: M. Costello, N. Philbin, W. Harkin, J. McCarthy, J. Hays, A. Reyes, G. Thornton. Back Row: T. Baldino, D. Sheerin, R. Drennan, D. Bostwick, D. Raftery, J. Brennan, P. 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QQ ' 2112, -zz.:-.1 F -f- ., W.: ':"5ii , . 3 v, IE., -99 -f, fy :ii,.f. , ff 2 '1'1.Qgi 9 QL?-?i,.,:x 5,632 11. :3"v.4. ff ,Q .,.-.Nc ' . , "wikP'.'y. ..:'. -.Sf-X Q:"' ' f, .g Q :Q-... was :ff Y, :- s Q W- ,fgsfse ' . " ' HfQ"f.i f fx N 1 if ,. . .. ff- 9-fm... 'N ' - , - " 1 1' ' w ifi - Q - I 0 , - , Mi...-:5'5...,, . V-,rf V ., -, p ' Fisk. ., X . Tw, 4' 1 , 1 ,Q f K W, ,MA , GN Fmance Society , Posing again. Donald B'a'm The purpose of the Finance Society is to aid all interested students in gaining a more thorough knowledge of the field of finance and to keep abreast of its ever changing nature. Under its moderators, Dr. l-l. Silvanie and Mr. Allegretti, the society proposes to do this by arranging meetings with promi- nent individuals active in the financial field and by visiting their places of business for a first hand look at the operations. lt is the intention of the Finance Society to reestablish itself as an integral part of the co-curricular program of the School of Business. President LLL Front Row: F. Ricardo, T. Burns, M. Cohen, P. Dewo, T. Fragala, T. Brennan, J. Harding, B. Jacobson. ' Back Row: T. Kane, J. McCabe, E, Remo, J. McNulty, B. Muxoll, T. Peters, F. Scordato. Front Row?-'J. Gantly, M. Tolan, R,.Burke, D. Braun, E. Schemant, E. Bagani. Second Row: E. Bull, D. Gerrity, J. Marrinan F. Poczatek, R. Werner, J. McCann. Third Row: C. Mancurio, E. O'Brien, J. Carey, E. l-lanafin, J. Larranga, M. Dennehy Back Row: T. Green, J. McDonough, T. Doherty, R. Hennessy, J. Mclnerney, I.. Teator, B. Eustace. ff' il 5 .-ffl ff :.'llQl.sf1!l.5. if 1 Cheers for Alpha Omega. The Alpha Omega Chapter of Beta Alpha Psi is the Ford- ham Chapter of the National Honorary Accounting Fratern- ity. Membershipfis open to Junior and Senior Accounting majors who have maintained high scholastic grades in all subjects and distinguished grades in 'their majors. The fraternity officers: John Sutherland, President, Rose- mary Morgan, Vice President, Ken Meeker, Secretary, and Kevin O'Brien, Treasurer, with the advice and assistance of Prof. Silvan A. Tesoriere, Fac- ulty Vice President, planned and executed a full program for the year. This year's program featured seven formal meetings, with guest speakers, two parties, and two inductions of mem- bers. The highlight of the year was the induction of student, faculty and honorary members which was held at the New York Athletic Club in Novem- ber. At this affair Lawrence E. Gerosa, Controller of the City of New York, was inducted as an Honorary member. ' A548435 'l -"i - 'Ji' si A relaxed moment. Front Row: R. Scully, J. Tolan, K. O'Brien R. Collins. Back Row: D. Chamberlain E VanD0rn, M. Kernan, R. Pacheco. Front Row: R. Stevenson, J. Gistaro, R Morgan, S. Henry, R. Dixon. Back Row: H Meschi, J. Hanrahan, J. Schubert, R. Cestola D. Hesselbirg, H. Winsch, K. Meeker. l6O F' , HF Z3 W? Lf' '-- 'gay 'Q QE f ,X 1 s ,Wwe S1 2 , 41? VJ' ' 41e""' inf: Front Row: E. Eder, C. Murphy, M. Cumella, L. Daly, E. Coleman. Back Row: A. Stypinski l Lynch B Higgins C ulnn J. Quadrino, D, Buffa, l.. Mueller, M. Sheridan. Gamma Alpha Chi Gamma Alpha Chi, the National Professional Advertising Fraternity for Women, was founded at the University of Missouri in l92O. lt was not until i953 that a chapter was established at Fordham. Under the untiring efforts of its moderator, Professor Albert Romano, the Alpha Epsilon Chapter has climbed the stairs of success, At the National Convention held at Indiana University in l958, Ford- ham's chapter in nationwide competition with other colleges, won the Bea Johnson Achievement Cup for the second consecutive time. This cup was presented to the Alpha Epsilon Chapter as a result of activities such as the annual fashion show, Mother-Daughter Tea, the Career Conference sponsored by the Advertising Women of New York, and participation in promoting Ad Week. The Bea Johnson Award. ' . A1 pha Dena sigma Front Row: M. Russillo, E. Clarke, D. Gaydos, J. Cum- ella, R. Astoreca. Back Row: J. Hickey, R. Mase, C. Walsh, J. l-lultgren, C. Drakopoulos. Front Row: Clark, J. Bardi nel-la, H. Forgione, Dempsey. Second Row: D, Sarka, G Cresentini, J. Dolan, T Quinn, D. Sullivan, R. Sau- mell. Back Row: E. Carroll W. Kegan, J. O'Brien, M. Campbell, J. Burke. Donald P. Gaydos President l 62 The branch ,of Alpha Delta Sigma functioning at Fordham has as its main purpose the achievement and operation ot a program designed to instruct the student in the application of advertising theory to practical advertising experience. All the members of ADS are associate members either of the Advertising Federation of America or the Advertising Association of the West. ln addi- tion, each chapter sponsors activities peculiar to the chapter. The Ben Duffy Chapter of ADS at Ford- ham University publishes a monthly paper called "Rampages." Fordham's chapter was also awarded the Lineage Award and the Eldrifge Peterson Award for the aca- demic year l957-1958, Those awards are granted to the ADS chapter in the New York area which sponsors the greatest number of activities. One of these activities is the presentation of an annual Fashion Show held in conjunction with GAX. 1 'ZBHfAKi O'Mai1ia. Business Club The O'Mailia Business Club, for many years, has been a source of information on current business topics. Members are addressed at the bi- weekly meetings by leaders in commerce and industry who answer questions and discuss matters of interest to students. Guest speakers are usually former Fordham students who 'have made their mark in the business world. Often, movies are shown and demonstrations given in order to keep the student abreast of current events, and at least once a year, a field trip to some large company is held. 1 Among the guest speakers this year was Mr. John Sheridan, Director of the General Accounting Department at American Machine and Foundry Corporation, who spoke on the mergers-and subsequent growth of his company over the past ten years. The Club was also honored by the appearance, as speaker, of Benedict T. Harter, Controller for American Cable and Radio Corporation. Mr. Harter, who is chairman of the Board of Governors of the School of Business Alumni Association, spoke on the Fordham reputation in the business world and the benefits to be reaped by Fordham graduates, based on that reputation. As is the custom, both speakers lectured for thirty minutes and held a fifteen minute question and answer period. 'SW ll .nr- 'T' JJ Front Row: P. Everich, D. Berry J. McDermott, A. Herold, J. Mansfield. Back Row: P. Mohlenbrok, H. Monaco, D. Kennelly, J. Fay, J. Kirch, B. Riggin, B. Broome, G. Lutz, T, Stanford. fvrzrr ' Fjl?reQm'eetin'g Conferences "V A Loyola meeting. The Loyola Business Club had a very successful and active year under the direction of Robert L. Koerner, the club moderator. The primary purpose of the organization is to acquaint students with the career opportunities in the various fields of industry and business. To accomplish this end, guest speakers were invited to address the group. Such companies as the Advertising Federation of America, Burroughs, l.B.M., J. C. Penny, Westinghouse and a host of others, were represented by speakers who addressed the group. Besides those mentioned, many corporations, trade associations, and employment agencies also sent most Business Club A Christ Drakopoulos President informative representatives to address the members of the club. During the second semester we incorporated a program of specific interest and value to the Freshman class, in order to give them an understanding of the major studies offered at Fordham. The chairman of the respective school departments were contracted and asked to address the freshmen on the particular values of and requirements for the field of study they represented. This year's program not only made the meeting more interesting, but proved beneficial to the members who will someday take their place in world of commerce. Front Row: H. Meschi, J. Cumella, D, Gaydos, C. Pilkowskas, M. F. Keenan, M. Goulden, D. Bostwick, -D. Hesselbirg, E. Clarke. Second Row: K. Meeker, A. Young, N. D'Apuzzo, A. Reyes, N. Philbin, W. Harkin, T. Baldino, J. Brennan, G. Thornton. Back Row: 4 D. Raftery, W. Dabelstein, J. Schubert, R. Cestola, A. Mella, W. Loughran, R. Mase, G. Reedy, J. Hickey, B, Bongiomo, S. Defazio. X' The Mulry Council of Debate, the ,City Hall's Division of the Debating Society, has as its purpose a twofold objective. lts first aim is to further the school's participation in official intercollegiate debating activities. The second aim concerns itself with efforts to aid the poor or mediocre speaker to at- tain a higher level of oral expression. The important events in the Mul-ry calendar are the club's participation in intercollegiate debates and the annual Mulry Dinner. The most important debating activity is the Brooklyn College Debating Tournament, held late in March, in which fifty universities and colleges keenly compete for top awards. The Mulry Council of Debate has always maintained a fine showing in this debate. The debating academic year is brought to a fitting close by the annual Mulry Dinner at which stu- dents, alumni and faculty enjoy a fine dinner speech delivered by a friend of Mulry. The regular weekly meetings of Mulry provide adequate opportunities whereby the members' speech and debating techniques can be corrected and improved. ln addition, these meetings enable the members to discuss among themselves current events and topics of national interest. Directing the program for the year, Dr. Sherlock, the moderator, together with Ken Meeker, president, Charlie Walsh, vice president, ,loan Polito, secretary, and Sheila King, treasurer, did a fine job of planning and coordinating the en- tire year's program. A quieter session. Mulry Council of Debate Front Row: J. Polito, V. Murray, N. Coppola, F. Mannino, V. Syron, P. McDougall, M. Stewart. BackRow: K. Meeker, B. Bongiorno, C. Walsh, P. Donahue, P. McElligott. Kenneth H. Meeker President Front Row: M. Clough, S. Murphy, J. Smith, D. McClelland, D. Cummings, F. Mac Pheison. l66 Shealy' .Debating Guess who won? The Shealy Debating Society is the Evening Student's answer to intercollegiate debating. The Society is dedicated to the improvement and enjoyment of public speaking with special emphasis on the debate. Meet- ings are held weekly in Shealy Hall and feature panel discus- sions and -debates on topics ot current interest. Teams are organized from the mem- bership to engage in intercol- legiate debates and debating tournaments. The Society is affiliated with the Eastern Forensic Association and the National Forensic Association. These will .be our arguments. Front Row: H. Meschi, J. Cumella, D. Gaydos, F. Mannino, J. Polito, A. Stypinski, N, Coppola, M. Goulden C Basile W Hays B. Bon iorno. Seco dRo :E. Cl k A. Y S. f ' ' A ' g n w ar e, oung, De azio, A. Reyes, N. Philbln, W. Harkin, R. Drennan J Hickey G Thornton R, Sanfilippo. Back Row: C. Walsh, W. Dabelstein, J. Schubert, A. Mella, N. D'Apuzzo, K. Meeker, D Raftery R Cestola W Loughran, R. Mase, P. Donahue, J. Brennan. Philosophy Club Under the moderation of Dr. Lawrence'Azar, the meet- ings of the Philosophy Club are the opportunities whereby the objectives of the club are disseminated for the purpose of their achievement. ln general, the aims of this organization cen- tralize themselves around increasing the student's interest and understanding of philosophical material and further ex- planation andiapplication of material already covered in the classroom. In accordance with this program, the meetings of this society were held every other Monday at l :OO P.M. At this time, during the first semester, the main topic under consider- ation was the Theory of Pragmatism, and its application in our modern world. The program for the second semester was undertaken with a view to the continuation of the presenta- tion of this topic and additional topics. To achieve these ends, the club's 'many members participated in outside reading ventures and then contributed the material obtained to gen- eral discussion groups. ln addition, selected speakers pre- sented their views on these and other philosophical matters. ln conjunction with Dr., Azar, the officers effectively es- tablished and operated the club's program which was received with enthusiasm by all the members. "The point of the problem I 167 Robert Drennan Vice President ELqui11as Society Front Row: J. O'Fee, F. Corcoran, P. Daniels. Second Row: O. Ryan, P. Mackin, A. Erminio. Third Row: M. Sweeny, E. Edec, C. Quinn. Back Row: J. l-laeg. Meeting weekly, the members of the Aquinas Society, through lecturers and group discussion, flavor their knowledge of things philosophic with a dash of things psychiatric. When toiling in the fields of business throughout the day, the evening student can find himself involved with the self-styled philosopher who, while tossing "ids" and "egos" around with reckless abandon, will champion or embrace any off-beat philosophy merely because it is "The Thing." Unfortun- ately, Our l-lero's refutation is usually an all-knowing, rapid-fire "Oh, yeah!" Considering this problem of everyday living, the Aquinas Society takes a look at modern philosophers and philosophies in the light of Catholic doctrine and, thus, equips 'its members with useful, factual information, With Dr. Gilligan offering guidance and direction, and under the leader- ship of President Pete'Daniels, the discussions are channeled along a lively Peter Daniels , President "But l still clonl't agree." path which fosters a desire for further knowledge and investigation of various philosophic beliefs. A ff :az , 7 sv if 5,-,,. ' Before the critics arrived. Arthur Mella President Front Row: L. Rosenbaum, A. Melia, C., Taylor, ' N. D'Apuzzo, D. Hesselbi rg. Back Row: 'E. Remo,,rT., Baldino, Dabelfstein, M. Coslte.lIQ,Q,R. Cestoiag, G. Thornftonj "',. ' . - Ca. if i il? AAr-.t. ' Barrett Literary Society This society, as the only literary outlet for the School of Business, en- courages not only the placing of greater emphasis on a knowledge of litera- ture, but also individual writing efforts on the part of its members and the entire student body. These undertakings were organized to aid in the develop- ment of a more rounded School of Business student. The current academic year witnessed the adoption of a new constitution for this club which prescribed formal rules of conduct and allowed the society more flexibility in its literary pursuits. ln accordance with the plans, the society, under the moderation of Dr. Joseph Moriarity, set up a diversified program for the current year. The prominent feature of this program included a talk by Mr. Frank .lay on "Writing and Publishing Short Stories" and a speech on "Book Col- lecting" by Dr. Moriarity who exhibited part of his first edition collection. In addition, the society has definite plans to attend a Broadway play, to present additional literary lectures, to record literary works of art, and to provide opportunities for group discussions. Freshman Orientation William R. Barrs This year's orientation program was officially opened on Campus on September IO by Christ Drakopoulos, who wel-' comed all incoming freshmen on behalf of the entire student body. Following this series of speeches each student was di- rected to report to his respective division to attend a series of orientation lectures and conferences which were designed to familiarize the new student with the academic and extra cur- ricular facilities open to him. Directing the entire program was Professor Romano, of the marketing department, who had as his assistants various student leaders of both divisions. Christ Drakopoulos Chairman-Dealy Hall Chai,-mar,-.City Hall Q29- was Front Row: G. Pagano R. Smith, J. Marrinan H. Forgione, W. Barrs M. Polito, P. Neville Second Row: M. Den nehey, R. Musetti, T Governale, D. Burke J. Plaine, D. Green, D Braun. Back Row: E Bull, A, Garrity, D Sullivan, R. Scully, W Sinnott, A. Hotz. 170 B. Boris, M. F. Kee nan, K. Meeker, G Reedy, J. Quadrino, M Wallace, C. Drakop oulos, D. Buffa. .We ,,, , a1ance Sheet William Carr Editor-in-Chief The moderator and his staff. The Fordham Balance Sheet is a semi-annual publication jointly edited by the members of Alpha Omega chapter-Beta Alpha Psi, the national ac- counting honor fraternity, and the Fordham Accounting Society. lt is the product of a ,dual effort by the students of both the Campus and City Hall Divisions of the Schools of Business under the auspices of Mr. Silvan A. Tesoriere, faculty moderator. The Balance Sheet consists of articles, essays and questions on account- ing and business finance which have proven of great interest and value not only to students of accountancy but to the entire student body of the' school. This year The Balance Sheet Editorial Board consists of William Carr as Editor-in-Chief, Edward VanDorn as Associate Editor and Harold Meschi as Financial Manager. Front Row: E. VanDorn, R. Scully, W. Carr, J. Tolan, E. O'Brien, L. Timpone. Second Row: W. Sinnott, M. Polito, D. Chamberlain, W Wright, R. Molinari, R. Pacheco, F. Spera. Third Row: R. Pointon, D. Gray, D. Burke, D. Green, J. Maclnerney, J. Galvin, C. Collins. Back Row: L. Teator, E. Hill, R. Smith, J. MacNeil, E. Sullivan, B. Eustace. , -41ffif1'?"':?lJ 1,1--f.'f',1,i i.zfS,,g-5 S' r' 1, iv-1' La".'u S11 . ' fx iw . K ' . H .V ' ' VS, X 4 -1 I W Vi .ya X 1 John Marrinan Editor-in-Chief Professor Michael T. Casey Faculty Moderator i i Oh! Thai' Cigar. if l Bob Boris X 172 Evening Editor Ken Meeker City Hall Editor Quin John Mahon Sports Editor we-V ,- David Chamberlain News Editor . 19' 1 Joan Quadrino Quill Briefs Director William Murphy Staff Artist This is our filing system. 73 George Reedy 1 . Business Manager Lawrence Teator Assistant Sports Editor Dlana Buffa Marble Campus Donald Sweeney Marble Campus Matthew Tolan Circulation Manager A busy staffer. I'r's here some place. 174 Only 3 lines to go. Organized confusion. r 'Uh- frm, .Ra ll .gf Q I ceifitg y i gggpf f : .xc , ,.,s,,,s L. S L , ., A L Q! BOARD OF COVERNORS Editor-in-Chief John Marrinan City Hall Editor ,,., .,,,. , ., A,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ken Meeker Evening Editor .,...,...,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, B ob B01-is Sports Editor .......,. - .,,,,,.,,,..,.,,,,.,, john Mahon News Editor ,,,,,,,7,.,.. ........ D ave Chamberlain Managing Editor ...,.... ,,.,,,.,.,.,,,,,,.,, I oe Kelly Literary Editor .......,. ,,,,,,,.. M arian McGovern Layout Editor .,..... .,,........,. C arol Murphy Business Manager ....,..,.,....................,,,,, George Reedy Circulation Managers, ,,......,...,,......,....,.,. Peter Lopez, Burton Broome, Matty Tolan Staff Photographers ........ Pete Seraballs, Emil Wittek Staif Artist ....,..,.. ..,..,......,........,..,i,,,,,......., . Bill Murphy Quill Briefs Director ,...,.,..................... Ioan Quadrino STAFF THIS ISSUE Tom Calvin, Don Sweeney, Larry Teator, Herb Leis, John Morris, Burton Broome, Diana Buffa, john Cummings, Nancy Coppola, Dave Raftery, Don Loftus, Paul Epperlein, Sheila King, Carol Pilkow- skas, Peter Cuardino. FACULTY MODERATOR Professor Michael T. Casey 302 Please." They lost the copy!!! l75 N What Deadline! 1 John E. Sutherland, Jr. Editor-in-Chief Staff Conference. Professor Richard Sexton Editorial Moderator Mary Frances Keenan Associate Editor Dr. James Flynn Financial Moderator Elizabeth A. Daly Associate Editor Christ Drakopoulos' Business Manager r ' fi fgf. I i Campus, Please. Edwin Bull David L. Chamberlain Managing Editor Assistant Editor .fl-i,f "' v' John C. Marrinan Diana Buffa Literary Editor Literary Editor So we don't Maybe tomorrow! have color, , - . ,.., 1 E 42 5 1 , , ,.4,l. . .,, ...... ,. ,wg , . vs. . V g jsw egifggm Aja. Xgwg W :S . ' .. auf if . W ,, W.. 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Mary Frances Keenan, Elizabeth A. Daly Managing Editor. . . . . . Edwin Bull Assistant Editors . . David l..Chamberlain, . Michael T. Dennehy Literary Editors ....... John C. Marrinan, Diana Bulfa, Rosemary Morgan Art Editor , . . ..... William Murphy Photography Editors . . Peter Seraballs, Emil Wittek Sports Editor . . . . Albert Hotz Business Manager . . . Christ Drakopoulos Financial Managers ..... Ronald W. Werner, Donald Gaydos, James Hickey Advertising Managers . . . . Frank Poczatek, George Reedy Subscription Manager ..... Donald Sullivan, Joan W. Quadrino, Stephen Tatarka Editorial Staff Richard Dixon, James McCarthy, Steve McCabe, Herb Leis, Carol Murphy, Arlene Stypinski, Carol Pilkowskas, Don Bostwick, Marian McGovern, Ken Meeker, Mike Campbell, Herb Cox, Bill Sinnott, Bob Frank, John Mahon, Henry Forgione. Business Staff Bernard D'Andrea, Matthew Tolan, John Plaine, Rafael Pacheco, John O'Brien, James Dunleavey, Marian Waldman. J Our Photographer, A -- 'AN fb-M f 1 X--Q-5 - M- .. , - One here . . . The Family Money! Money! SCHOOL OF BUSINESS LINCOLN SQUARE 196- A Ctiviti 9 S SPIPJTUAL Exaaoistas A V of V ' SAINT IGNATIUS 'LOYQLA , For The V C ' UNWERSITY FORDHA ESS A f SCHQOTJ' OF Busm CAMPUS D1v1S1ON . SENIORS 0:1 iifg til .gjxmnz 'W' . R 1 Had on the Campus in the i University Church y january . Z7-30 1959 SEV. THOMAS A. DURQ59 Sl' V V 1 Director of the Exercises Dealy Hall After the hustle and bustle of Christmas and the hectic final exam session our retreat seemed to be the most appropriate end to our tall semester. This year the retreat was held from January 27 to January 30 on both Campus and City Hall Division. The program was changed to an extent, in- sofar as the three conferences, with short periods ot meditation between each. Following the last meditation, at noon, was Mass. Each day the retreat concluded with Benedic- tion ot the Blessed Sacrament. The time has come! hw Our campus Cathedral. 182 .f, .,.,,,,.. W , ,,., K. -, 5.1-'f "fs zzfwnt W fr C'ity Hall Under the able guidance of retreat masters, :"'g.?y,-41, ,, f, ' 4 . .R . W 'S 5' 1 Reverend Thomas Duross, S.J., Campus, and Reverend Harvey Haverstroh, S.J., City Hall, students were urged to take advantage ot the opportunities at hand, including that of mak- ing a thorough and 'sincere confession, receiving Holy Communion, and earnestly reflecting on his or her spiritual improvement. With this view in mind, the retreatants realized the importance of combining Catholic principleswith Catholic action. -,Wa-f,,,. amz.-' ' 2: . ,C ,,., N - 13: l83 l X N . t . r ' , K il """ ie, Fil ei 5 y 2 C '1 A quick break. A perfect Retreat. To God, our hearts and minds Z, The Fountain ot Youth -,..x'X The combined Sodalities ot the School ot Business, with Joe Kelly and Dave Green act- ing as co-chairmen, sponsored the l958 Mission Dance. The evening of October ll saw the transformation ot the university gym into the site of the "Starlite Hacienda." Mur- als, fountains and archways combined with the music of the Skyliners transported every- A Happy Group l , i l i l I . l l Heave ,gl-lo! l84 QC d. a one thousands of miles away to Spain. And here it was that they spent a gala evening of dancing under romantic Span- ish skies. g From Spain we traveled to the Marshall and Caroline Islands located in the mid- Pacific. Here on these islands, the Jesuit Missions, were the recipients of the proceeds from our 'Starlite Hacienda." i Work! Work! Work! A One! A Two -f f " " V ffqm, :cw J, ,. f - ff Vx-mg :.'.gf: . , 1 ff fag.: . .gy 33 5 :mf . ., - , 1 , I' R f ' zfffam' ,'"JP-fif'4f'gfif"-W'-fI2f",", , ., , -, y::-.,f.Q."g,5,1r.,'y,7 '5- The evening of May 2nd witnessed an enjoyable disruption of our long established school tradi- tion. The Junior Class with the cooperation of the School of Business Alumni Association jointly produced our Junior Prom, an off campus Prom. The setting for this auspicious occasion was the elaborate Sert Room in the famed Waldorf As- toria. Co-chairmen Frank Poczatek of campus, and Christ Drakopoulos of city hall, also managed to snare the services of the popular Lester Lanin orchestra. Resplendent in tuxedos and formals the juniors finally found time to leave their problems behind and to enjoy themselves as the Class of '59, High- lighting the evening was the selection of the Queen of the4Prom and her court. This enjoyable task fell to the Sweetheart Committee headed by our Diana Buffa. Though quite difficult because of the bevy of beauties present, Rita Coghlan, escorted by Vinnie O'Brien, was finally selected as the Prom Queen. This, the evening of May 2nd, will live forever in the hearts and memories of the past Junior class and for this, to the Prom Committee goes our heartfelt thanks for such a wonderful time. e 87 F ll win long established School of Busi- o o g ness tradition, the evening of December sixth witnessed the Twenty-Second Annual Inter- class Dinner which was held in the Baroque Room of the Brass Rail. lt was indeed a gather- ing ot the clan, for they had come 'from both near and tar to celebrate the occasion. After a short welcoming address by our Dean, Rev. James McGinley, S..l., Father Mc- Ginley then proceeded to award the ABK keys to the nine outstanding members of the class of l959, and the gold medals tor academic achievement. Toastmaster for the evening was Ed Bull, whose task it was to introduce the various dig- Interolass Dinner nitaries. Following Rev. Edward Clarke, the Academic Vice President, was the guest speak- er tor the evening-Doctor Guy David Powers. Doctor Powers, eminent author, renowned lec- turer and internationally known wit, spoke on a very interesting topic entitled "l-low to Sell Yourself." To round out the verbal part of the Dinner the president ot the School of Busi- ness Alumni Association, Mr. Ben l-larter, spoke a few words. The conclusion for the evening was supplied by the genial entertainment committee. This year's presentation was excerpts from the Broadway smash hit, "Pajama Game." .,w"' Communion Breakfast The biggest social-religious function of the year is the Annual Communion Breakfast of the School of Business, held in the Marble Room of Keating Hall. Prior to the breakfast Rev. James J. McGinley, S.J., Dean of the School of Business, offered Mass in the University Chapel. This year we were most fortunate to have Rev. John B. Sheerin, C.S.P. as our guest speaker. Father Sheerin received his B.A. de- gree from St. John's College of Fordham Uni- versity in i928 and the degree of Bachelor of Law from Fordham Law School. In keeping with the spirit of the Lenten Sea- son many of the students and Alumni com- pleted their day at Fordham by attending the matinee performance of the passion play, O My People, in Collins Auditorium. Our Town When the curtain rose for the first time on the Fordham Friar's production of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize winning play, Our Town, Collins Auditorium was stirringly trans- formed into the small New Hampshire town of Grover Corners. The small town atmosphere was created without recourse to scenery or props with the exception of a few tables and chairs. The details and background material was filled in by the words and actions of the actors, especially by those of the stage man- ager who provided the narrative. The venture marked the first entry of the School of Business into theatrics in a great many years, and under the direction of Mr. Salter, the cast rehearsed strenuously for the following three performances. The play, austere in the manner of its pre- sentation and dramatic in the message it con- veys-like itself-was adequately portrayed by the players who although amateurs carried themselves with the dignity and poise of pro- fessionals. All in all, the successful reception of this production may prove to be the starting point from which a School of Business theatri- cal tradition is established. l9l ln A, RQ !i l 12 I 4 s 1 ,. x I, l.,-J' Q35 f Q Q fam A Z1 'mana v Q D 'Y' 5 . W , 'if 4 BAN' W S 11cKETS 0 L Sports ,US ff ,,., 1, MM! ff: df' --f-""' V- ,ysv ,. , Vg, 5, 5, . . Coach John Bach Pat O'Donnell Front Row: Vinnie Cox, Bill Larkin, Pat O'Donnell, Captain John Brady, Ray McGovern, lra Sussman, John Samonsky. Back Row: Ed DeGroat, Dee Maynard, Dick Young, John Coalman, Frank Ascione, John Andariese, Don Altomare, Coach John Bach. BASKET The l7-8 record compiled by the i958-59 Fordham basketball team surprised just about every- body, including coach Johnny Bach. This was a team that showed how teamwork and spirit can over- come a lack of height and scoring punch. The Rams won their first three by rolling over Roanoke 93-50, Rhode Island 86-56, and Yale 84- 59 before they lost their first game to the Purple Eagles of Niagara by a 63-52 count. The Ram cagers rebounded by upsetting a tough Syracuse quintet 80-75, as Pat O'Donnell scored five foul shots in the closing minutes to keep the Bachmen on top. Warming up for the Carrousel games, Columbia was next added to the win column going under to the tune of an 88-73 defeat. lt was now tournament time and the Rose Hillers journeyed to Charlotte, N.C. to meet the Don Hennon-led Pitt Panthers in the first round. Ford- ham won this 85-76 as Captain John Brady poured 36 points through the hoop. ln an exciting second round the Rams met the towering George Washing- ton Colonials and won in overtime 70-67, with Ed DeGroat scoring l8 points in the closing minutes. Defeat came in the finals with the Rams losing to a strong St. Francis five, 74-7l after closing a 20 l94 John Coalman BALL point deficit in the last ten minutes of the game. Before returning home the team dropped a 74-63 decision to the Huskies of Connecticut. The Rams then reeled ott a quartet ot victories over LIU 86-52, Army 80-69, Wagner 93-67, and Seton Hall 793-693 they then dropped two in suc- cession to Adelphi 8l-69, and Georgetown 79-70. CCNY was the next victim ot Ram wrath as the Beavers tell 89-50. ln what was unquestionably one of the most exciting games ever played on Rose Hill, Fordham clashed with the Redmen of St. John's. With cap- tain Brady scoring 26, including his l000th point as a Fordham cager, and Ed DeGroat scoring l9, the Rams won a 79-77 overtime thriller, and re- ceived a bid to the NlT on the strength ot this vic- tory. The cagers celebrated by edging Canisius 66-62 and dumping Detroit 93-73. The Detroit victory gave the Rams an undefeated season on the home court. Rutgers tell in overtime 79-72 with the Ford- ham tive picking up their sixth win in a row and longest winning streak ot the season. NYU stopped the streak, 69-59. Queens tell 88-7l followed by a John Andariese . 195 FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM TFORDHAM TWFORDHAM tFORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM FORDHAM RFORDHAM GAM E SCORES 93 Roanoke . . . 86 Rhode island . . 84 Yale . . . . 52 Niagara . . 80 Syracuse . . 88 Columbia . . . . 85 Pittsburgh .... 70 George Washington . . 7l St. Francis lPa.i . . 63 Connecticut .... 86 L.l.U. .... . 80 Army . . . 93 Wagner . . . 93 Seton Hall . . 69 Adelphi . . . 70 Georgetown . . 89 C.C.N.Y.. . . 79 St. John's . FORDHAM 66 Canisius . FORDHAM 93 Detroit . . WFORDHAM 79 Rutgers . . FORDHAM 59 N.Y.U. . . FORDHAM 88 Queens . FORDHAM 64 Manhattan . JEFORDHAM 80 Butler ...... tCarrousel Tournament, Charlotte, N. C. iN,I.T. ii' Overtime WON 17 LOST 8 2 Ed DeGroat 94 Brady steals the ball from Detroit. " 'N N I s If ,.. , - I K 1. : V121 4, ff- if -1-l 5 I' , - Z., -' 1 ll ,...--q Samonsky getting set for a jump, --, - I ,,.-,.-.:r I 44? ' Ki W V4 ' f I Q M' I I ' I " 1 ' ,Z ' -. ,Y ' Vnlfd 'hh A V i . L 3 f " ' , 'Q dl 3 JJ' H a. ,lf ' - iz? ...s--nr--1,-,., 521, L,-nc-"'!'1Sl -- ,.. a "'i" O'Donnell scoring big against Butler. Coalman shakes two for two. , 196 Ram loss to Manhattan 73-64 to end the regular season. John Andariese scored 2l and 22 in these games. And then it was NIT night, with the Fordham five drawing the Butler Bulldogs in the first round. It looked as if two pro teams were playing on the Madison Square Garden hardwood as the half ended in a 54-54 deadlock, both teams shooting over 601, from the floor. The Rams later cooled off but Butler didn't with Fordham winding up on the short end of a 94-80 score. Pat O'Donnell was high in the game with 24 points, all in the first half. The loss in the NIT closed out one of the finest seasons in Rose Hill history. The starting team all wound up scoring in double figures. Captain John Brady, who became the third highest scorer in Ford- ham's history, led the team with a l7.5 DDQ average. l-le was followed by John Andariese with l6 ppg. Ed DeGroat with i2 ppg, Pat O'Donnell lO.5 ppg and John Coalman lO ppg. Reserves John Samonsky and Frank Ascione gave the team the lift it needed turn- ing in some fine relief work. l 197 W g :--'Q ". ff 53, ' ' . ' fi' 1 W I? . . A v 1- TQ K , Q , ii A is f A all Y I 1 0 1 Lan- 'Li Y ,W ' Q .15 Q "' 4- I L .al 1 I 4 1' fn? I" 6 I v' fix ,lu RET' 1- nav x s ,.,, ,, 3 T?- -r -nowrrlili TRACK A powerful one and two mile relay team were the foundation pillars of strength forthe i959 edition of Coach Artie O'Conner's track team. The mile relay which took a first place in the Millrose Meet consisted of: Bob Furphy and Kip Jones, both sophomores who alter- nated the difficult lead off leg, Paul Bopko, co-captain of the team who has been running consistently good times for the quarter during the last three yearsg Brian Condon, a junior powerhouse, who has run the 440 in 47 seconds, and Tom Brennan, the other co- captain who alternated during the year between the quarter and half mile. While running 47.5 for the quarter he has also hit in the low l.56's for the half. The two mile relay having been ridden with injuries during most of the season, neverthe- less, has come up with some real good races. John Machleil, one of the chief mainstays of the team, handled the lead off leg without any difficultyf Jim McMahon, a sophomore in the School of Business, gave the team a consistent l 257 leg. The rest of the team consisted of: Tom Kearns, a junior who although injured during the indoor season, nevertheless has run well in both the 880 and the mileg Don Luisi, the junior flash, who has run the mile in 4:l5, and Wally Cooper, another junior sen- sation, whose two mile time equals the best in the East. T e two mne relay Team The one mile relay team. 1' we wx W as sis ss: in ll' t 1-'fs AQ l Front Row: T. Kearns, J. McGinty, J. MacNeil, T. Brennan. Second Row: J. Mahon, E. Larkin, P. Swiers, W. Cooper. Back Row: J. O'Grady, K. Boyle, D. Burbrioze, D. Luisi. CROSS COUNTRY l This year's Cross Country Team worked l through its toughest schedule of recent years with a dual meet record of seven wins as i against six losses, l Junior Wally Cooper replaced Don Luisi as the team's leading scorer, Don and Tommy Kearns combined to fill in the next two posi tions for most of the season, closely followed g by Jim McMahon and Ed Larkin. The rest of the squad was rounded out by seniors Donald l Murphy, Tom Brennan, and soph Tom Boyle l It was in the Championship races that the X K X v Exercise? Ram harriers excelled. A smart second place S.. finish in the Met Intercollegiate gave a fine indication of things to happen . . . Revenge l was gotten here in defeating St. John's. ln the lC4A's, the squad ran as no other l team has ever done in the history of Rose Hill Fordham finished sixth in this, the strongest J competition of its kind in the East. It should be noted that of all the dual meet losses the l harriers evened the score against all but Manhattan and West Point. X XX I l QB 40- in ' ' , gf' . iI: Never start on the foot Cross country going th-roUg'h, ntheilr-Paws. ' l ,199 1 I r i i i I r i i5i i SAILING Y, i N i I gk .. N SS, ,N s.-5: Hi! Race you to the next marker. 5 I ' 'Wulf Rigging the boats. With a particularly tough schedule, and the loss ot their two top men by way ot graduation last year, the Ram Mariners knew the seas would be rough. However, the returning letter- men and some newly added talent duplicated the efforts of the '58 squad or went on to even greater victory. Varsity returnees 'lCommodore" Al Hotz, and Ed Hill were led by Ken Schattner and Larry Martin to many impressive victories over St, Joe's, Penn, Fort Schuyler, Webb, and others. Schattner tor the second straight time won the eliminations to compete in the single handed Monotype Championships. individual honors go to Jay Fitzgerald who set a new Fordham record for the most points scored in a single meet-a total of l lO in the War Memorial Regatta. For their continuously outstanding perform- ances the team has been selected this spring to represent the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association at M.l.T., in the Boston Dinghy Cup Regatta, and at Michigan in the Spring Invitational Regatta. wi-'iw ,. '63 l Last one ini ZOO The Mariners. SWIMMING Moe Shea taking the lead. Jack Hayman away out front. And they' re off! The Mermen, in a total of eleven dual meets, never had more than seven men on hand to defend the honor of Ramland. Despite this handicap the team ended up with 'a win- ning record of 6 wins over 5 losses. The season started in early December with a 53-33 victory over Loyola of Baltimore, last year's Mid-Atlantic Conference champs. The win was offset by a final relay loss to Rutgers. Then the Fordham Fish rolled up three vic- tories over Hunter, City, and Seton l-lall. ln a trip to the Naval Academy at Annapolis, the team suffered its worst defeat, and two of the "Big Three", Jack l-laymen and Caesar Cirigliano, lost their first races of the season while Drury Gallagher, Eastern Collegiate l500 Meter Champ, pushed his two year collegiate record to over 50 consecutive wins. After losses to KingsPoint, where Gallagher broke his own 440 yard freestyle record, and to Columbia, where he missed that pool record by six-tenths of a second, the team dunked Manhattan, and then Brooklyn College at the Rose I-lill pool. The season ended with a loss to perennial rival, N.Y.U., where Gallagher set two new pool records for the 440 yard and 220 yard freestyle events. , I i Do we need this win, Coach? Joe Csete-and a Fordham first. Zol ei Y' yx ff 1 f X X W I ff W, Co Captain Andy Garrity The Baseball Team has ten lettermen return- ing to action this year, and the season looks promising except for a lack of depth in the mound staff. The loss of the number l and 2 pitchers of last year's squad has thrown the heavy burden on the shoulders of Jay Bergen and Joe Mohallie. Senior George Crowley will also lend strong support. The infield has a veteran at every position. Co-Captain Tom Delaney will hold down the third base spot for his third season. John Salerno, a highly touted gloveman, will be returning at short while Danny Santini, the hard hitting lefty, will be at second base. The long ball belter, lra Sussman, will be at first for his second season also. John Bonkowski, who saw as much action as any of the other infielders last year, will be on hand to step into any of the infield slots when called on. Behind the mask, Co-Captain Andy Garrity will handle the receiving chores, backed up by John Lancelloti and Frank Belantese. ln the outfield, veterans l-lippi Korachas, and Chubby Welborn, return. Both boys are known for their big bats. Sophs Dick Pollard and Butch Keepie, will vie for the open slot. The material is here for a very strong team to have a highly successful season. Coach Dan Rinaldo will be on hand to help insure a win- ning streak. George Crowley and Jay Bergen Co-Captain Tom Delaney '-il,i'i Danr:Saritini i N. Feldher, J. McCormack, E. Mowton, M. Cohen. Feldher and Cohen send the ball rolling. ii Il ll l f.- t, .i ,l ' 204 E2g'ff-we N , q L ef" 71 .ir 3 T'- What grace! What form! BOWLING After winning the l957-i958 East Coast Championship, the Fordham Keglers this Year got off to a slow start and thus far have been unable to break into the top four positions of the 25 team league. The high individual team game so far has been a 996, which was bowled against Queens College. John McCormack has both the high 3 game series for the Rams with a 6l9, and high game for the season, an impressive 247. It was no wonder that when theteam gave its best efforts during the months of January and February, that they won l2 games in a row. Ed Mowton, a junior from the downtown division, has proved to be the most consistent bowler, and has led the team averagewise over the past two seasons with a l8O. The l2 game winning streak could never have been accomplished without Charley McGivney, and Mike Cohen, both from 302 Broadway. Charley contributed many vital strikes and spares, and bowled an average of i775 Mike had a 246 game during the year which was the second highest individual game for the season. The team captain for the past two years was John McCormack, a senior on the uptown cam- pus. He is a four year man and was also presi- dent of the Eastern Intercollegiate Bowling Conference in his junior and senior years. ,iff-S 5 M, Lieber, l. Csete, P. O'Connor, J. Cam, T. Feher. Captain Murray displays style. F 1: f:..,. 't 'inn-sfssiili it -:H ,,f"--v.-A--.1 X I T ., . . , s. W FENCING Destined tor greener pastures in l958, the Fordham Fencing Team managed to overcome its financial and manpower difficulties, and can now boast ot an eighteen man team. The interest in Fencing has steadily increased since its inception in l956, and under the competent coaching ot Mr. Peter O'Connor, the team is beginning to blossom out and gain maturity. To assist Coach O'Connor in his work is the teamls captain, Murray Lieber, who has brought his teammates closer together and enkindled in them a fine sense ot sportsman- ship. Since a team must operate as one and not as a multitude ot individual personalities, but does, however, depend on one or even several outstanding members, let us not forget Juan Cam, who astonished his opponents with sud- den bursts ot speed and energy once he had foil in hand, or Tom Feher, the epee whiz, whose patience invariably broke down the op- position, and finally let us turn the limelight on lvan Csete, whose saber thrusts and cuts ruled the fencing strip. Practicing the lunge. En garde! 205 Captain J. Fenwick, Coach J. Sulger, Coxswain E. Collins. ROWING As you drive along the winding Shore Road in Pelham and look out over the sparkling water of Long Island Sound, you can usually see the shells of the Fordham Crew as they race along during practice. Stop the car a moment and you will notice Coach Jack Sulger directing practice and put- ting the high spirited oarsmen through their paces. There is nothing more exciting than.'the thrill ot a race when months ot practice sud- denly pay off. The teams approach the start- ing line and the crew members are tense, awaiting the starting gun. Suddenly they are oft, eight oars stroke the water at the same instant and the long conditioning shows its effect. Win or lose there is a tremendous feeiing ot accomplishment associated with this sport, Crew gets into your blood despite all the exertion it requires. Last year, the hard working team, without G. Boran, J. McCarton, W. Cassidy, T. Shea, E. Collins, D. Sarka, E. Millett, J. Lanning, J. Fenwick. Time out tor a picture. recognition by the Athletic Association, posted a 9-3 record climaxed by a second place finish in the Daid Vail Championship in Philadelphia, only to lose the crown to La Salle by six inches. iii Musclemen. ZO6 Stroke! Front Row: P. Hardy, D. Moore, Back Row: Capt. Cave, Moderator, T. Bell, J. Conroy, P. Cecere, F. Komornik, MfSgt. Lillie, Coach. The sharpshooters! RIFLE Hampered this year not only by the usual loss of graduating senior members ot last year's team but also by the loss ot two junior varsity members, the Fordham Ramrods fought vali- ently to keep the team standing near the top where it has been tor the past several years. However, it seems that the loss ot these experi- enced personnel has proved detrimental to the team record. Since this year's Co-Captains, Don Moore and Pete Hardy, are the only vet- teran members ot last year's Varsity squad, the team lacks the experience necessary to be a top power in the Rifle League. ln spite ot the present lack of success, the team does have a great amount of potential and with a little sea- soning will soon be bringing the laurels back to Fordham. The team has won only two ot the eight matches fired so far, but it expects to add mostly victories to its record in the remaining nine contests. Right now, the team is busily preparing itself for the National Champion- ships in hope ot bringing the trophy back to Ram Land. Much ot the team's improvement during the year was due to the excellent instruction and guidance of its new coach, MfSgt. Albert Lillie USA. Joe Murphy, Frank Komornick, Pete Cecere, Jim Conroy and John Kalben round out the nucleus of the team's ettorts. Tony Bell, Pete Johnson, Gerald Fitzpatrick and Garry Lash have been tiring scores ot Varsity caliber and will compliment next year's Coach and pupils, 207 Maroon squad. Q99 9 I.. esta e e mae e Now this is the way it should be done. ' V. L ,ff . 2 s ,. I, . ll f L 2, K ,.z, if .Ui .f Y' 1. gy, pf 1 3 il v 9 4 if Q , X' I 4 17146:-f-2-1 : . , -1 Q. ,mf f 4, B. Sheridan, T. Doherty, B. Benisch, K. Curley, M. Mulqueen. ki V X C "' 12 T som if X , J J ,gf , i With the coming of spring to Rose l-lill, we find the Golf Team anxiously awaiting the opener of their golf season. There are tour men returning from last year's team with the hope ot improving that year's record of 6 wins and 3 losses. They are captain Tom Doherty, a senior in the School ot Business, who has been on the team tor the past three years, long-hitting Bob Benisch, Mike Mulqueen, and Kevin Curley. Two new additions to the team are Dennis Murphy and Bob Sheridan. The team will be missing Larry Whyte and Frank Galgano. Larry was the winner of the individual championships at the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Golf Championship at Seawane y Mike Mulqueen tees off. Captain Tom Doherty sinking a long putt. 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Ne 'nate er erg reason to 'oeiiere tdnat this 'gear' s 'oook -rliii rnaintain, ii not snrrnorni-t tdnat dnign standard. 'dere at Sordiearn, ne iike to 'ieei tdnat onr parents are interested in, and aware oi aii tdne activities in rvnicdnrle stndents partake . Ne 'oeiiere tdnat girl en tdne opportnnitg a par ent rliii snpport tdnis innction. fifflis 'nas 'oeen denuonstrated to ns X311 parentai support oi past aries editions. I Nrritdn tdnis tdnongnt in roind we are seeking gonr snpport ior txne M359 FORD 9 aries. in tdne past , parents kai! e snpported tdne 'cook tdnrongn tdne 'ooost Ire, HAM 5 program. 'Tne narnes or aii par ents rvnc participate in tdnis pr ograrrx wi? iggou s U N 'VE 'ieatnred in tdne Yar entai Booster Section or tdne yearbook. Nednope tX 50. RSL 'gon as par ents rliii generonsig add gonr snpport to tnis 'gear' s aries i 'We Booster rate is 'Wo Doiiars Q52 .OOX . Crnecks rnag 'oe nxade ' to tdne M559 aries . .....-.upage Ne are roost gre-teini for gonr keip. 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