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The school year 1965-56 saw a rebirth of interest in the affairs of stu-
dent government at Gannon.
Through its many committees, members shouldered the responsibility
for many projects deemed essential by the executive board.
Under the leadership of Jim Meko, Joe Heavy, George Thompson,
A1 Lubiejewski, and Bob Allison, the Student Council, besides its many
routine duties, collected over a ton of text books in its "Books for Equal
Education Drive" in May, sponsored freshman orientation, held the
largest Eight Ball in the college's history, directed a basketball rally,
conducted a course evaluation program, sponsored a tri-state student
government congress, revitalized the dormant Student Union, and re-
wrote its constitution.
As a result of unselfish efforts by men like Stan Twargowski, Bill Steger,
Ernie Wright, Joe Bauer, Stan Fronzaglia, Mike Sylvester, Carl Rizzo,
Tom Galla, and Tom Doyle, this year marked a vital step forward for
student government at Gannon.
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The association of Gannon Coeds grew to
18 members this year in its second semester
on campus. In November the coeds received
their Alpha Gamma Chi pins.
As a service organization, this year the girls
were hostesses for the Model United Na-
tions guided tours, the Winter Carnival
Talent Show, and the high school debate
In the Spring the coeds held their second
tea for the faculty wives.
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: MaryAnn Mandeville President, Kathy Treg-
ler Parliamentarian, Sylvia Mrozkowski Treasurer, Judy Trambly Secre-
tary. SECOND ROW: Donna Jankauski, Janet Hoderny. THIRD ROW:
Gracy Kasrneric, Rosemary Wall, Nancy Rutkowski. FOURTH ROW'
Eileen Chaffee, Karen Cardman, Marlene Santia, Sharon Long.
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The Gannon College Chemistry Club is a chapter of
student affiliates of the American Chemical Society.
Through it, students in chemistry and related fields are
given a sense of belonging to a professional society in
which they will also participate after graduation.
In its short history at Gannon, the Chemistry Club has
become an active organization on and off campus. Under
the very capable guidance of Dr. Gert Schlessinger,
faculty advisor, the club has been cited once as oneof
the top 30 in the nation.
From the beginning, Mercyhurst College has been in
close cooperation with the club and plans are being
made to explore cooperation with other area colleges.
Members of this society in the future can hope to experi-
ence a true spirit of being an active part of the migration
into the frontiers of science.
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FROM LEFT, FIRST ROPV: Dennis Agostini, Tom Pacansky Vice
President, Gerry Hausenhuettl President. SECOND ROW: Doctor
Schlessinger, Donald Smith, Bob Guerreen, Ray Glowaky, Rich
FROM LEFT: Ed Murphy-Advisor, Levant Morton 5
Don Thayer, John Hogan, Angelo Stabile, Ron Olo-
o win-President, Bob Klemetsmog Thomas Sundy.
t . t t Properly corresponding to the modern
ns 1 u C American movement towards the develop-
. ment of the natural sciences, the Gannon
Of h College Student Section of the American
Y Institute of Physics was organized chiefly
for the advancement of Physics. This year,
the members organized a Physics Sympo-
sium for high school students in the sur-
rounding area who were inclined towards
the sciences, especially Physics. The object
of the symposium was to introduce the high
school student to the world of Physics, its
needs, ideals, and enthusiasms. A second-
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to interest him in our present curriculum
.i l- r. '-1,- and ultimately, the college itself. While in-
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troducing students to the modern world of
Physics, with its Laser Devices and X-Ray
Spectroscopy, it also served in summoning
future physicists to the college, and hope-
fully to the membership of the Institute
FROM LEFT, THIRD ROW: Lawrence DeMonaco, Presidentg Joseph Clemmg Dean Mannag Frank Gennusog Peter Allang Robert Juniag
David Phelpsg Ronald Volpe, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mr. Measen, guest speakerg Mr. Peter Smaltz, Advisorg Rudy Dubovecg Vincent
Salottig Charles Becktoldg Lee Wolfeg James Robertsong William Lientzg Roger Allenbaugh. FIRST ROW: Cecil Ortallono, Treasurerg
Robert Hrindag Joseph Gloseg Thomas Haines, Vice President g Robert Klietg Gerald Pekarek.
The American Marketing Association is in its first year on the
Gannon campus. The purpose of the Club is to promote and
foster an interest and development in the field of marketing.
Under the guidance of the Sale Executive Club of Erie, the
A.M.A. hopes to establish firm and lasting contacts in the fields of
industrial and retail marketing.
The Marketing Association invited to Gannon some of the most
successful and prominent businessmen in Erie to lecture. It also
has coordinated plans with the Erie Chapter of the Sales Execu-
tive Club to attend their monthly evening meetings at various
The long-range plans of the American Marketing Association
are to inaugurate events such as business day at Gannon. The
goal of this day would be to acquaint underclassmen at the
college with the various opportunities available to them in the
world of business. Another entertained idea for the future is
affiliation with a national marketing fraternity which is sponsored
by the National Sales Executive Club. A bright and successful
future is in store for the American Marketing Association at Gan-
mister measen lectures
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: J. Donnelly, T. Alleruzzo, B. DiTul1io
SECOND ROW: C. Young, D. Rowicki, W. Kalista, P.'Walsh, President, J
Boris, J. Sedwick, Secretary-Treasurer, G. Calo, THIRD ROW: J. Fedele
N. Ambron, W. Kobel.
W. Naccarado, C. Dieteman, Vice-President, Dr. Gammon, Advisor, B. Woodie,
Salvatore, FOURTH ROW: B. Schaefer, E. Sivak, D. Barnes, R. Lopin,
Grandinetti, J. Daniele, B. DiSantis, M. Andrae, J. Kulju, J. McFadden,
The Gannon College Biology Science Club is designed to
promote interest in the field of scientific study and encourage
student endeavors in biology.
In fulfilling its function, the club regularly presents lecture
series featuring medical doctors and research biologists.
Reviewing scientific films are an integral part of its activity.
This year the club recorded its greatest achievement to
date by adopting charter membership into the Beta Beta Beta
National Honorary Fraternity in Biology and by sponsoring
a field trip to Roswell Park Memorial Institute of Buffalo,
one of the largest cancer research centers in the world.
SENIOR OFFICERSg SEATED: Bill Cichoski,
Vice-President, Bill Steger, Presidentg STANDING:
Dan Neckel, Treasurer, Frank Hagan, Secretary.
SOPHOMORE OFFICERS5, FIRST ROW:
John Rossi, Vice-President, Tom Galla, Presi-
dentg SECOND ROW: Rich Heibel, Secre-
tary, Bob Alex, Treasurer.
JUNIOR OFFICERSg From left: Rich
Geraci, Treasurerg Bill DeSantis, Secre-
taryg Carl Rizzo, Presidentg Tom Nash,
FRESHMAN OFFICERSg SEATED:
Dave VanAmburg, President, Dave
Gesue, Vice-Presidentg STANDING:
Robert Pagni, Secretary, Bob Kujaw-
31 inski, Treasurer.
"Go, therefore, and teach all nations" is a message
that becomes action in the Confraternity of Christian
Doctrine. The members of the C.C.D. dedicate them-
selves each week to teach Catholic theology to students
in the local public high schools. These weekly classes
in Scripture and Catholic Doctrine are taught in more
than a dozen parishes throughout Erie and the sur-
rounding area by the members of the C.C.D.
LEFT TO RIGHT: James Fatter, Richard Gies, John Bernauer,
Michael Stephany, Robert Collman, Ken Suto, John Cross, Thomas
Haines, President Richard Amann, Joseph Bauer.
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The 1965-66 Gannon Knight, under the editorial direction of Lawrence DeMonaco
developed into an active and interesting paper. Mr. DeMonaco and his staff achieved
interest without resorting to controversy for the sake of controversy. This year's Knight
became a forum for the discussion of legitimate issues of collegiate and national
A new spirit of unity was apparent among the staff members as teamwork met dead-
line after deadline with unheard of ease. This spirit of teamwork drew more and more
interested students to the staff as the year progressed.
Michael Sylvester continued his one man campaigns for a Student Union and
against student apathy, while "Poor Benjamin" continued to chagrin the Mercyhurst
and Villa girls and to delight the Gannon guys.
Throughout the year the Knight was the watchdog of Student rights within the
college and the voice of the student body.
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: Sharon Long, Thomas R. Sukalac, Feature Editor,
Karen Cardmang Lawrence DeMonaco, Editor-in-Chief, Cecil Ortallono, Busi-
ness Manager, Michael Sylvester. SECOND ROW: Charles Dietemang Keith
Lane 5 Robert Daly 5 A. T. Valencicg Robert E. Marcus 5 Mr. Edward Murphy,
Jr., Advisor, Ronald Volpe, Sports Editor.
R it it was
Geared ,to the investigation of the records of the past, the
Gannon College Historical Society believes that the knowl-
edge and understanding of the past is the key to the patterns
and problems of the future. Organized for the achievements
of these goals, the club offers to all students the opportunity
of Held trips, lectures, and individual research in hopes
that through these, a greater awareness of the past and
future will be properly instilled in its members.
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: R. Thaler, K. May,
President, Mr. Daniel Willirnang SECOND ROW:
H. Rose, H. Tipping, J. Chisholm, Dr. Richard Beyer,
J. Hansen, D. Wagner.
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FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: E. Schauble, D. Parsh, T. Boss, SECOND ROW: T. Chiota, D. Lutzenheiser F Lall
man, T. Sosey, Treasurer, L. Lepkowski, Vice-President, John Sechrist, President, R. Wagner, Secretary J Dolce
Mr. Groskiewicz, Moderator, THIRD ROW: F. Niebauer, K. Blackburn, R. Frye, J. Mussner, T. Tyczkowskx J
Meara, J. Baumcratz, T. Vanderwort, F. Haraburda, J. Cunningham, J. Henke, D. Cantoni, R. Schoenfeld.
The Gannon College student branch of I.E.E.E.
has as its purpose the scientific and educational
advancement of the theory, practice, and research
of electrical engineering, radio, electronics, and
connected branches of engineering. To attain these
goals, the club sponsored Held trips, lectures, and
educational films, showing the students the prac-
tical applications of his field of concentration. Mem-
bership in the club is open to all students enrolled
in the division of Pure and Applied Science.
John Henderson, Frank Jordan
Mr. Joseph Gavin
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FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: Chip Wagner,
Editor Mike McGraw, Joe Crossen, Associate Edi-
tor, SECOND ROW: Mr. David Palmer, Mark
McCloskey, Associate Editor.
The precedent set by the overwhelming suc-
cess of the LAUREATE'S iirst publication in
1965, was met equally well this year by the
staff . Under the conscientious direction of Mr.
David Palmer of the English Department, the
production achieved its goals of presenting to
the student an outlet for his writing ability,
and likewise giving him entertaining and edu-
cational work to add to the library. With this
immediate success, the LAUREATE can look
forward to a future of increasing perfection
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: D. Wagner, C. Burton' SECOND ROW
P 1 . t W. Cichoski, M. Ferrara, President, T. Matusiak, Vice-President, G Rizzo
af C Secretary-Treasurer, THIRD ROW: Mr. Adams, Advisor, M. McGraw G
Atzert, J. Heavey, T. Doyle, D. Blul, W. Smith, J. Scotch, P. Cann.
The Student Pennsylvania State Education Association helps
Gannon students realize the importance of the teaching
career they have chosen. By making the students aware of
professional problems through group discussion and lectures,
and by various periodical publications, the P.S.E.A. is in-
strumental in orientating the prospective teacher in his
In past monthly meetings, P.S.E.A. members heard interest-
ing and informative lectures by Mr. George Grignol, a guest
panel of local educators, Miss Ann McGill, a student
teacher who presented color slides on Russia and its edu-
cational system, and a panel of Gannon student teachers
who related their first impressions in the classroom.
Pennsylvania Society of
FROM LEFT: Doctor Arthur Seligmang Marty Ridge Robert Karpmskx James
Liebel, President, Tom Hecker, Secretary, A1 Whitney Vice president Fred
The purpose of the student chapter of the Pennsylvania Society of Pro-
fessional Engineers is to instill professional thinking among engineering
students and to bridge the gap found between classroom applications
and those techniques used in the industrial world. The student chapter
at Gannon fulfills its purpose through professional guest speakers, per-
sonal contacts with businessmen, and tours of industry. Through these
means of communication with industry, the engineering stud-ent obtains
information pertaining to various fields of engineering, job opportunities,
salaries, and has an opportunity to see on the spot engineering practices.
In past years, the student chapter has made these industrial tours a
definite part of its yearly activities.
During the past academic year, the student chapter has also become
afliliated with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, which
fulfills the need of a technical organization as well as a professional one.
come south for the winter
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: C. Niebauer, E. Romito, G.
Schultise, L. Szymanowski. SECOND ROW: David Kozak,
W. Morocco, R. Falk, Bob Marcus, D. Girard, P. Lyons, D.
"From the spoils burns the flame" is the
governing principle behind the newly organ-
ized Political Science Club. Its membership is
open to all interested students and faculty.
The purpose of the club is to make the mem-
bership aware of the sphere of politics and
how it influences today's society. Academic
knowledge acquired in the classroom is put
to practical use in the club's projects, such as
providing advisors to the Mock United Na-
tions 3 conducting mock elections, conducting
opinion polls on questions of current interest,
and bringing prominent speakers to the cam-
Mr. Martin Gildea serves as moderator.
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: B. Jost, P. Temple, Treasurer, R.
Bickel, T. Macioge, Secretary, L. Decker, Vice-President. SECOND
ROW: M. Sylvester, J. Bauer, Cathy Cook, J. Trocki, President, Jean
Trocki, Janet Hoderny. THIRD ROW: W. Becker, T. Stadtmiller,
R. Rossi, E. Gulnac, D. Shupenko, J. DeFazio, J. Kloecker, J. Griz-
zanti, D. Smith.
Intending to unite students sharing a common interest in psychology as a professional
science, the Psychology Club offers the opportunity to discuss psychologically pertinent
subjects. Through these discussions, the club enables its members to establish pro-
grams stimulating the sponsorship of a variety of lectures, discussion groups, motion
pictures, and other special features related to this science. Future plans include field
trips to institutions connected with 'psychology and a group project designed to bring
practical experience to the club members while serving a community need.
One of the intellectual outlets for talented students in
the R.O.T.C. program is the Band under the direction
of Mister Joseph Sulkowski. It aH'ords that necessary
outlet for the army musician to demonstrate his pro-
ficiency in the field of music and still serve in his army
capacity. The R.O.T.C. program consists of hard prac-
tice in both concert music and marching. The end
result of this practice was demonstrated at the concert
presented by the band during the spring semester.
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: F. Kantz, T. Will, R. Berchtold, N. Green, W
Rosswog, D. Olszewski, R. Brady, L. Colecchia, R. Seigleg, A. DiScipio.
SECOND ROW: Mister Joseph Sulkowski, Director, D. Hammett, J.
Grippe, J. Brace, J. Nickell, D. Chulick, J. Crinko, J. Miller, A. DeFranco,
D. Powell, F. Spaeder, M. Misler, J. Nieme, B. Marks, William Steger,
Company Commander. REAR ROW: A. Faranda, P. Kuhn, T. McCarthy, A.
Micksch, T. Dacy, R. Pagni, G. Lockard.
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: J. Wingerter, W. Rosenthal, J. Cross, R. Castro SECOND ROW: D. Bleil, D. Greco
C. Niebauer, J. Schmitt, Father James Peterson, J. Mikula. THIRD ROW.' M. Heher, D. Hadberg, J. Gloy-
stin, L. Button, R. Rossi, P. Krauja. FOURTH ROW: D. Hanes, E. Cuzman, J. Mando, R. Amann, J. Casas
R. Wingerter. FIFTH ROW: J. Hogan, K. May, J. Globa, J. Fatter, O. Holzmann, K. Currie, L. Morton, J
The Saint Thomas More Club is a group of 30 active members who
are committed to the development of the qualities essential for
acceptance of the responsibility of lay Christian leadership. Since its
establishment on the Gannon campus in 1957, the More Club has
been encouraging its members and the student body to foster an s
individual committment in one's own personal life 5 a committment
involving some type of participation in the active lay apostolate.
Consequently the club's programs are geared to the participation role
each of its members may take in order to develop leadership abilities.
These include the Latin-America program, and the Saint Joseph
Home project. The club also brings guest speakers to Gannon to
lecture on the responsibility and awareness needed for leadership in
daily Christian life.
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The Sociology Club, this year, has undergone a tremendous expansion pro-
gram ofliering many aids to the Gannon student., Because of a tireless effort
upon the members of the club, there have been numerous speakers concentrat-
ing on different sociological problems along with a wide variety of Films.
Also, part of the expansion program is the new intramural team in football,
basketball and softball. The Club has also entered in the Blue Keyls Winter
Carnival with a pie throwing booth.
Keeping up with the modern dances, the Club sponsored a dance featuring
Durkheim and the Mores in order to raise funds for a well known speaker to
come in the spring.
Because of all these achievements, the Sociology Club has gained a laudable
new name on campus.
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FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: Roger Kuligowski, Evo Rugzzi, Tom Feldman. SECOND ROW: Mary Sajew-
ski, Dave Graves, Jerry Kozak. THIRD ROW: Bob Ducato, Bob Wiesen. FOURTH ROW: Dave Patterson
Chick Russo, John Huber, Secretary, Pat Sandanoto, Treasurer, Ed Collins, Vice President, Frank Hagan
President, Mr. Koenig, Advisor.
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The Gannon College Ski Club was oflicially
organized this year to promote Gannon College
in the Tri-State area and to offer as many out-
door winter activities as possible. With the co-
operation of Peak N' Peak Ski Center, Gannon
College Ski Club was able to offer to its members
ten weeks of professional ski instruction. Benefits
reaped by the ski members were far beyond
anyone's expectations. With 85W of the mem-
bers being totally unacquainted with skiing, a
remarkable 906k of the initial class were taught
the American technique successfully enabling
them to ski in the upper and lower advanced
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wich, Dan Splain, Greg Repoff, Tom Sheldon, Den Hadberg, Grace
Kaczmarek, Pat McQuiston, Bonnie Ruef, Pat Scherrer, Tom Flaherty
The Spanish Club at Gannon College is under the supervision of Mr. Eron DeLeon-
Sotto and Dr. Miguel Sague. The chief purpose of the club is to foster a speaking
capacity in Spanish and thus to afford enjoyment to its members. By doing this, the
students are able to apply classroom knowledge to practical use and also to gain in-
sights into cultures of various Spanish countries.
Having the control of 835,000 and being able to intelligently man-
age that amount is quite a task for anyone. But for the members of
the Student Investment Trust, that is exactly what they do at their
weekly meetings throughout the school year. Beginning with S12,500,
the S.I.T. members have invested and manipulated their capital to
its present value of better than 335,000 By using the information
they have learned in the classroom, and by fully analyzing stocks,
the club has been able to make this gain. The S.I.T. is solely run
by students and all the final decisions are made by them. The club
donates the dividends that are earned from the stocks to the college
to be used as financial aid to any worth student in the School of
Business. Two of the club's best investments have been, Charles
Pfizer Chemical which pays them a 2065 yield on their original in-
vestment, and RCA Victor which was one of the most active stocks
on the New York Stock Exchange in 1965, having increased in
price over 60? in that period. These are some of the reasons why
the club likes to boast that it is the richest club on campus, and
makes one of the biggest contributions to the college and the student
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: Dave Benton, Ernie Wright, Jim
Ronan, Treasurer, Oscar Covell 5 Robert Heim, Vice-president,
Robert Bausch, President, Mr. Robert Keim, of Paine, Webber,
Jackson and Kurtis, Mr. Wright. SECOND ROW: Robert Oliver,
Harry Tipping, Richard Davis, Secretary, Warren Hull, John
It is true of most aesthetic things that they improve with
age, and the Gannon College Stage Band is no exception to
this rule. Now in its second year on campus, the organization
is looking towards new horizons, new musical vistas in the
realm of big band jazz. Music has been carefully selected
and gleaned to utilize only the best of todayis finest arrangers
so that their talent will in turn inspire and invigorate the
band and hence provide a unique atmosphere in which the
student musician can express himself and mature in his
Solo, ensemble, and section work are the three modes of
artistry employed in this- maturation process. The availability
of solo passages in arrangements give the artist-musician the
freedom to express his own ideas, to be, in a sense, a creat-
ing artist. The ensemble and section work evolve a discipline
in playing with others which is so inherent in the development
of new musical talent.
The background is solid 5 the methods, proven and tried.
With the help of its dedicated and hard-working musicians,
the Gannon College Stage Band cannot help but perform the
best of todayis music in a style dictated only by the ingenuity
and talent of its members.
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: D. Cantoni, B. Marks, J. Dolce, E. Sivak
SECOND ROW: D. Chulick, T. Nicotra. THIRD ROW: R. Sunseri, D. Fosco
J. Sanfratello, G. Matthews.
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This year six Gannon men received one of the highest
honors attainable in collegiate life, the selection to
Whois Who Among Students in American Colleges
and Universities. These men were chosen for their
outstanding qualities of leadership and academic
achievement and in recognition for their service to
the college and inspiration to their fellow students.
The selection committee consisted of the Dean of
Students, the President and Vice-Presi-dent of the
Student Council, The President of the Senior Class,
and the President of the Blue Key National Honor
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FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: James Meko, William Steger, SEC-
OND ROW: Lawrence Pongonis, Carl Rizzo, Stanley Fronzaglia,
FRONT ROW: Larry DeMonaco, Ernie Wright, Joe
Anselmo, Tony Sivillo, John Spillane. BACK ROW: Joe
Watters, Andy Dutkowsky, Bob O'Connell, Mike Kellard,
Keith S-ivillo, Joe Cargioli, Tony Alleruzzo.
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Beta Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity came
to Gannon College in November of 1959. Based on the
belief that a small organization gives its members a
greater opportunity for personal development and for
developing lifelong friendships, Alpha Phi Delta has re-
Even while remaining small, Alpha Phi Delta has become
prominent within the functions of the school and the
community. Each year the fraternity publishes the Gannon
basketball schedules, sponsors a Christmas Party for the
orphans at St. Jost-:ph's Home, provides refreshments at
Gannon's High School Invitational Track Meet, and
also sponsors an annual activity at Saint Paul's Italian
Day festivities. The chapter also participated actively in
intramural sports, placed three brothers in Blue Key and
four brothers in Student Council. One of its greatest
achievements is the distinction of attaining the highest
fraternity average among Gannon's four fraternities for
the third year in a row.
FROM LEFT, BACK ROW: Ray Fiorelli, P1edgemastergCeoi1 Ortallonog Roger Allenbaughg Vince Salottig Fran LungergDennis Agos-
tini, David Sivillo. FRONT ROW: Carl Daniele, President, Chuck Phillips, Vice-president, Joe Daniele, Secretary, Mike Caputo,
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FROM LEFT: SEATED: T. Pacansky, J. Hughey, S. Mikos, D. Diggins,
K. Lane. SECOND ROW: S. Piotrowski, R. Geraci, J. Pagonie, D.
McGraw, B. DiTul1io, G. Klebes, R. Boccanfusko, J. Heavey, R. Donahue.
THIRD ROW: G. Thompson, D. Koehler, P. Wineland, J. Anke, W.
DeSantis, R. Johnson, R. McMillan, T. Munn, M. Casey, J. Rice, E.
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Gamma Rho Chapter of Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity continued
to be one of Gannon's most outstanding organizations this past
year. At the Fraternity's International Convention the chapter
was selected to receive the Phi Award for outstanding campus
leadership from among one hundred chapters participating. Dur-
ing the year the brothers published the Fast Break basketball
program, sponsored the Basketball Festival, erected the famous
"Golden Knightf, and held a Christmas Orphan's Party for the
children of St. Joseph's Home. While many members were Class
ofhcers and Student Council representatives, others were named
to Who's Who, Blue Key, and Beta Beta Beta. In intramural
athletics the fraternity participated as vigorously as ever and
set their goal on retiring the All-College Trophy.
The fraternity maintains their home at 547 W 6th Street. Here,
the sixty-seven active members spend much of their time,in the
spirit of true fraternalism striving for the qualities of scholarship,
leadership, and Christian living.
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Pi Kappa lpha
High point in this year for Pi Kappa Alpha was the acquisition of a fra-
ternity house. Located at 515 West 7 Street, the structure houses some
twenty brothers. Formal occupancy began at the beginning of the Spring
semester, but much work is still being done. All the brothers and pledges
are putting their backs into the remodeling.
The Pikes are still keeping up their reputation as the friendliest fraternity,
they supplied the student body with the annual information blotter, address
and phone cards, and social calender. Something new was added this year
in that PiKA co-sponsored the Gannon College Invitational Debate Tour-
Participation in all intramural sports, the Winter Carnival, campus politics,
as well as brothers in virtually every campus organization give a good
indication of the spirit of brotherhood which prevails among the members.
Social events ranging from the informal parties to the semi-formal Found-
eris Day to the black-tie Spring Weekend round out the Pike social
FROM LEFT: FIRST ROW: Rick Grifiith, Pete Reyburn, Lou Cicerone, Joe
Heirnbold Secretary, Mike Eisert. SECOND ROW: Tom Wozniak, John Qimber,
Ray Glowaky, Phil Pleszewski, Jim Beech. THIRD ROW: Ron Sunseri, Denny
Gaysetti, Dave Graves, Tom Mclntire, Dave DiCarlo. FOURTH ROW: Tom
Haines, Mike Carroll, Rich Heibel, Carl Anderson, Dom Fosco, Tom Unger,
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FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: Mike Visnosky, Jeff O'Hara, Clem Stolinski
President, Jack Reisenberg Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Gary Ehlers, Charles
Pasquale, Bill Giacomelli, Gill Flanagan, john Paytash. THIRD ROW: Rich
Courtney, Mike Kopczynski, Paul Schierberl, Joe Karwowski, Lee Wolff.
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OND ROW: Bob Rojik, Torn Giess, Mike Zezulevich, Torn Sipple, Carmine Solomita, Mike Ambrosino, Bob O'kiki, Lou Warren, Nick
Hejaily, Harry Tipping, Dennis Rowlands, Bob Wallace, Semih Senik, Ed Gulnac, Bob Klemetsmo, Bruce Masters, Bob Wasylson, Ron
Gerono, Tom Curcio, Tony Deverse, Paul Siembida, Ron Kushner, Norman Plante, Carl Rizzo.
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TKE is the world's largest fraternity with well over two hundred chapters. It is represented at Cannon by Delta
of the largest and most active fraternities on campus. Delta Chi, representing TKE for eleven years, asserts its main function to be the
promotion of scholastic achievement and fellowship within its members.
TKE has accomplished much this year. It has grown from forty-two members to sixty+Hve members. It has served Gannonis social life
with a very successful concert featuring the Highwaymen. It also constructed a huge wreath in conjunction with the Winter Carnival.
Benton, Chuck Szcymanwicz, T. Janecki, Tom Wiza, Pete Serzikas, Bob Larkin. THIRD ROW: Paul Fuller, Dan DeF1oria, Bob Woodie, Dennis De-
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c ant, Torn Jablonskl, Ed Slbolt, Craig Stamp. FOURTH ROW. Joe Palmer, Jim Masolotte, Jack Walter, Terry Craig, Peter Kostic, Earl Scott.
FIFTH ROW: Dennis Horrigan, Ted Esders, Thomas Gress, Tom Kager, Joe Guiden.
ROM LEFT: FIRST ROW: Ben Wiley, Steve Simon, Tony Klancher, Bob Koster, Tom Schime, Bob Gallo, Tony Cigliotti. SECOND ROW' Dave
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One of the largest and most active organizations on the
Gannon campus this year was the new service fraternity.
Alpha Phi Omega was founded at Gannon in the Fall
of 1965. Dedicated to the principles of leadership, friend-
ship, and service, the brothers provided needed assistance
for the Cultural Series, the Winter Carnival and the
Eight Ball. Membership is open to any student in the
college who shows an earnest desire to be of service to
others and who has the necessary academic qualiiications.
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: B. Marcus, W. Hulla, R. Olowin
SECOND ROW: D. Avery, Treasurer, W. Casey, Secretary
D. Strohmeyer, President, S. DiGrammarino, Vice-President
THIRD ROW: J. O'Brien, R. Dunfee, L. Morton, T. Stikalac
M. Zachs, J. Henke, D. Neckel.
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h I f d I dent, Michael Zachs. SECOND ROW: Bud Gehrlein Tom
sc O0 or Scan a Nardone, President, Mr. Anthony Schmitt, Advisor Carolyn
Schodt, Secretary, Mike Ferralli, Dave Parsh.
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Membership to Alpha Psi Omega, Gannon's National
Honorary Dramatic Fraternity is awarded to those students
who show outstanding achievement and ability in any of the
facets of dramatic art. The purpose of this organization is to
stimulate interest in the theatrical arts and to pay honor to
college men and women who have contributed to the dra-
matic programs of their respective colleges.
This past year, an original one-act play written by Len
Messeneo toured the local high schools. In the future, plans
include a faculty talent show, an art exhibit, and an evening
of one-act plays.
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Daniele, George Thompson. SEATED: Charles Cam-
marata, Mike Chiteman Secretary, James Dolce Treas-
urer, Lawrence Pongonis President, George Geary
Vice-President, Monsignor Lorei Advisor. STANDING:
Thomas Sukalac, Al Lubiejewski, Terence McCarthy,
Emmett Kraus, Clem Stolinski, Lawrence DeMonaco,
Carl Rizzo, John Sechrist, James Meko, Mark Horan,
William Steger, Dennis Agostini.
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The Gannon College Chapter of the Blue Key National
Honor Fraternity this year evidenced a rebirth in
organization under the leadership of President Larry
Pongonis. The cohesion of the group was responsible
for making the l965 presentation of the Winter Car-
nival the most successful in its history.
Signifying the quality of this year's membership, the
Key had the distinct honor of having six of its members
appointed to Whois Who, the only appointments made
at the college this year.
The members of Blue Key are men who are selected
on the basis of scholastic excellence, leadership and
contribution to the advancement of the college. This
year, these men have fulfilled the requirements of their
membership while becoming working models of their
motto-"Serving I live."
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FROM LEFT, SEATED: Jeff O'Hara Vice-
President, Tony Sivillo President. SECOND
ROW Standing: D. Horrigan, B. DeSantis, N. l
Hejaily Treasurer, P. Reyburn, J. Smith Secre- 1
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Kellar, W. Snyder, Father Susso. SECOND
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Lambda Iota Tau was organized this year under the guidance of Mr.
David Palmer, the newly appointed Moderator of the fraternity. The
group decided to become a more active member of student life, realizing
that its proper function was to serve the student body. With this goal
in mind, L. I. T. undertook the extensive task of revamping the
periodical room of the library by suggesting new and better publications
to the library staff. By so doing, its members believed that the organization
was serving the student body to the degree expected of them and likewise
best suited for their type of organization. With this new-found idea of
service, L. I. T. has achieved the purpose for which it was established,
the creation of ideas through literature.
FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: Mr. David Palmer, Nancy Rutkow-
ski, Charles Cammarata, Michael Chiteman. SECOND ROW:
Marilyn Merski, Raymond Gagnon. THIRD ROW: Larry
Pongonis, John Brady, Al Lubiejewski, Joe Zalenski.
Lambda Iota Tau
Since its initiation on the Gannon campus in 1957, Com-
pany O of the Fifth Regiment, National Society of Per-
shing Rifies, has distinguished itself in many ways. It has
been regarded for many years as one of the Outstanding
Organizations on campus. This year under the capable
direction of Cadet-Captain John W. Ceranic Company
O-5 represented the State of Pennsylvania in the National
Intercollegiate Drill Team Championship in Washington,
D.C. Company O-5 returned to the match as the reigning
The P!R's furthered their campus activities this year by
holding a most successful party for the orphans at Saint
Joseph's at Halloween, by selling more tickets for the
Winter Carnival than any other organization, and by con-
tinuing to participate in the Living Rosary.
From left, FIRST ROW: Specialist McE1hinney, S. Fronzaglia, J. Cer-
anic, Father Strohmeyer, Advisor. SECOND ROW: K. Lininger, E.
Hill, J. Schwartz, D. Lynch, B. Cichoski, J. Langoski. THIRD ROW:
G. Turos, R. Slornski, B. Edwards, A. Rohaley, P. Smith, G. Carver,
J. Guerrin, F. Pandora, L. Nelson, T. Sundy. FOURTH ROW: S.
Bryant, L. Angel, J. Bednarski, K. Reiter, D. Hosford, J. McCallister,
C.' Schroeck, L. Magrath, T. Brock, H. Boback. FIFTH ROW: D.
Schwartz, D. Stacer, F. Malinowski, J. Hutzler, T. Gregurich, B.
Allison, E. Wisniewski, G. Kellar, B. Ott. SIXTH ROW: T. Jiargello,
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The Scabbard and Blade Military Honor Society rec-
ognizes junior and senior ROTC Cadets who have
maintained a superior average in both Military and
Academic subjects, and who have exhibited a proli-
ciency in the military arts. Gannon's Chapter, D Co.,
14th Regiment, is one of 200 in the national society.
The Cadet elected to the Society must be an officer
and a gentleman, and possess the qualities of leader-
ship, patriotism, efficiency and honor. He then under-
goes a period of class and field training to prepare him
for ROTC Summer Camp.
Scabbard and Blade annually sponsors the Gannon
Military Ball and co-sponsors the Gannon Invitational
Drill Meet. The members continued the operation of
the Gannon College Blood Bank and the society's
Sabre Team presented demonstrations at several cam-
pus social events, including the Winter Carnival and
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Gannon College's young gang of Knights clearly established them-
selves as one of Western Pennslyvaniais outstanding college-divi-
sion Cross-Country teams as the harriers cut a swath through the
1965 schedule to finish two outstanding seasons back to back.
Although not quite as formidable as the 1964 squad which won 17
of 19 meets, the Knights this season went 12-4 in dual meets and
won two trophies in Invitationals. The Knights best showings were
a First place tie in the Carnegie Tech Invitational, a third in the
District 18 N.A.I.A. Meet, and an 8th place in the 20 team Canis-
ius College Invitational, one of the toughest college-division meets
in the East.
Finishing first for Gannon every time out was Tony DiPasquale,
who lowered the Gannon school record to 23:59 for the 4.4 mile
Frontier Park course. He was consistently pushed by classmate Lou
Qualtiere and Captain Dave Anderson.
With no graduates on the team, the growing group of Gannon Cross-
Country fans can look ahead to next season.
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OND ROW: Coach Jim Harding, Asst. Coach Willie Alford, Don Rumin-
ski, Madison Purvey, Frank Hurley, Al Lawson, Lou Warren, Joe Glass-
macher, Jim Chatterton, J.V. Coach Bill Wilson, Managers M. Kellard
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The snows continued in February. Buffalo State was
cancelled. The Knights had a week to rest-and it did them
good. Michigan Lutheran, Walsh, and Geneva fell victim
to the Knight express. Then Steubenville returned. and
blemished the Knights' mark for the second time. Re-
bounding magnificently, the Knights captured the big
game-a two point victory over fifth-ranked Youngstown.
This marked the first time in eight years that Gannon had
beaten Youngstown on the Penguins home court. Looking
for that elusive NCAA bid, the boys streaked on to some
hard victories. Alliance forced Gannon into overtime be-
fore bowing to the Knights by four and Parson's College
fought on an even basis until the Hnal buzzer found them
down by live. In the last regular game of the season,
Youngstown's Penguins invaded the audi in an attempt to
prove that the Knightsi earlier win was a fluke. The
Knights felt differently and proved their ability with a
spectacular 71 to 69 win which came after a record six
overtimes. 20-3 for the season, the Knights looked forward
to a post-season NCAA bid.
Fredonia State College
Villa Madonna College
Indiana State College
San Francisco State
Illinois Wesleyan University
St F rancis College of Loretto
Belmont Abbey College
Rio Grande College
Central State College
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Parson s College
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Gannon Canisius College 2
Gannon California State 5
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Gannon 5 Fredonia State 6
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Gannon 4 Case Tech 1
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they said he was fast
Coach Ivan George's baseball charges managed only six
wins against nine losses in a losing 1965 season. High-
lighting the season were the double victories over Alliance
and Case Tech. Gannon blanked the Eagles 6--O and
took the second game 5--1. Gannon's diamond men
shut out Case 6-0 and claimed a 4-1 repeat victory.
A brighter season is forecast for this season with the re-
turn of catcher Tom Grandinetti and the capable ex-
perience of Jim Chatterton and Gary Sohultise.
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FROM LEFT, FIRST ROW: D. Wall, J. Maohn, J. Izzy, B. Manila, B. Pacci, G
Schultise, R. Matlakg SECOND ROW: Coach Ivan George, P. Hoydic, M. George
D. McGraw, C. Pora, J. DeFazio, J. Anderson, P. Heckler, B. Heverley.
The 1965 season proved to be the best in the history of
Gannon College Golf. Under the capable direction of Ho-
ward Elwell, the team wrapped up the season with a record
of 15 wins against only 2 losses. Impressive wins over St.
Bonaventure, John Carroll, Youngstown, Canisius and Al-
liance proved the efforts of the team. Heading the Knights
again this year were lettermen Bill Brown and Rolf John-
son who continued with their sterling performances on the
FROM LEFT: Coach Howard Elwell, Rolf Johnson, Bill Brown
Tom Nash, Bill Krauza, Phil Harler, Joe Barley, Mike Sullivan
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, From left, SEATED: Robert Respecki, Frank Parise, Steve Simon,
I Tom Casey. STANDING: Paul Caldwell, Norm Schutte, M. Sgt.
Sundie, Bob Fielder, George Scherrer.
This yearis Rifle Team suffered the loss of several lettermen from last sea-
son's squad. Undaunted by this fact, the team finished high in the Texas
A 8L I national matches and continued on to the NRA regional matches
in Cincinnati where they captured sixth place. Much of the team's success
is due to the coaching of Captain John Blewett and Sergeant William
Sundie. The future outlook of the squad will depend on the abilities of
newcomers Rich Fielder, Bob Respecki, Norm Schutte, and Ray Slomski.
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in touch with Gannon. In the winning department, Alpha
Phi Delta reigned as fraternity champs. A Football
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LANCE went to press. At the outset of the season, the fore-
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HIS EXCELLENCY MOST REV. JOHN MARK GANNON
ARCHBISHOP, BISHOP OF ERIE
RT. REV. MSGR. WILFRID NASH
Board of Trustees
From left, SEATED: Auxiliary Bishop Alfred Watson
Archbishop John Mark Gannon, Msgr. John Gannon
STANDING: Msgr. Wilfrid Nash, Msgr. Paul Gooder
Rev. Joseph Ceblinski, Rev. Otto Pisoni.
Selected clergy of the Erie Diocese compose the Board
of Trustees of Gannon College. The Board acts as the
governing body of the College with duties similar to those
of trustees in any business corporation. Among these are the
selection of the College President, the budgeting of the
school year, and the solution of legal problems which the
College may encounter.
BISHOP ALFRED M. WATSON
MSGR. PAUL E. GOODER
REV. JOHN MARK GANNON
JOSEPH K. WEHRLE
EDWARD J. FISCHER REV. JOSEPH CEBLINSKI
JOHN W. MURPHY REV. ENNIS A. CONNELLY
JAMES F. MURPHY REV. MARTIN A. GRADY
JOHN M. GANN ON REV. OTTO PISONI
Lay Advisor Board
FREDERICK A. BLASS
EDWARD P. BOYLE
JOHN H. DEVITT
JOHN w. ENGLISH
G. RICHARD PRYLIN
WILLIAM P. GARVEY
TRACY GRISW OLD PAUL POUX, M.D.
CHARLES L. JONES JUDGE SAMUEL J. ROBERTS
ROBERT KEIM JOHN SHARKEY, JR.
VINCENT F. LECHN ER J. LEGRAND SKINNER
RICHARD C. LY ON S, M.D. MICHAEL J. VESHECCO
WILLIAM F. MERWIN EVERETT D. WALKER
SUMNER H. NICHOLS LOUIS E. WENGERT
JOHN PERKINS MELVIN A. ZURN
MR. THOMAS BATES-DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS MR. JACK BELL-ALUMN I DIRECTOR
FR. RICHARD SULLIVAN
DIRECTOR OF RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES
FR. LAWRENCE SPEICE-ASSISTANT REGISTRAR
DR. RICHARD HERBSTRITT-REGISTRAR
MR. JAMES HARDING-DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
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FR. JOHN SLATER MR. HOWARD ELWELL
ASSISTANT TO THE PRESIDENT 115 DIRECTOR OF INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS
MR. KEVIN QUINN--COMPTROLLER
MR. JOHN HYNES-BUSIN ESS MANAGER
FR. NORBERT WOLF -TREASURER
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FR. ELDON K. SOMERS-DEAN CF STUDENTS
FR. JOSEPH HIPP-FINANCIAL AID OFFICER
DR. JOSEPH SGOTTINO-DIRECTOR
OF GRADUATE AND EVENING STUDIES
MR. GENE DEINER-DIRECTOR OF DATA PROCESSING
FR. GASIMIR LUBIAK--LIBRARIAN
MR. JOHN HYN ES JR.-DIRECTOR OF GANNON PRESS
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VALIANT D. ADAMS-Batavia, New York. Sociology. Pi Kappa
Alpha Fraternity, Glee Club, Lance. DENNIS E. AGOSTINI--
Erie, Pa. Chemistry. Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity, Blue Key Honor
Fraternity, Chemistry Club. JAMES E. AKRE--Erie, Pa. Sociology.
ROGER ALLENBOUGI-I-Portage, Pa. Marketing. Alpha Phi Del-
ta Fraternity, American Marketing Association. DONALD F.
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tramurals. JOHN AMANN-Erie, Pa. Economics. Tau Kappa Epsilon
Fraternity, Cross Country, Intramurals. MICHAEL JOSEPH AM-
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Student Investment Trust, Intramurals. MICHAEL J. ANDRAE--Erie,
Pa. General Science. President of Science Club, Intramurals. GERALD
J. ANGELO--Pittsburgh, Pa. Finance. Gannon College Band, Gan-
non R.O.T.C. Band. NICHOLAS J. ANTHONY--Conneaut, Ohio.
Industrial Management. Pershing Rifles, Intramurals.
GERALD J. ANOELO
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JOHN AQUINO-Erie, Pa. Marketing. American Marketing As-
sociation, Intramurals. GREGORY F. ATZERT--Riverside, New
Jersey. English. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Gannon Knight, In-
tramurals. SAMUEL M. BARONE-Batavia, New York. Genexf-
al Science. Intramurals. ROBERT J. BAUSCH-Batavia, New
York. Economics. C.C.D., Student Investment Trust, Student
Tutoring Program. JAMES H. BAUMCRATZ-Erie, Pa. Electrical
Engineering. Member IEEE. JAMES P. BECK--Belle Vernon, Pa.
Sociology. Sociology Club, Intramurals, Glee Club. WILLIAM S.
BECK-Pittsburgh, Pa. Accounting. JAMES A. BENOIT-
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SSEL-Kersey, Pa. Chemistry. JAMES BORIS--Erie, Pa. Biol-
ogy. Pershing Rifles, Science Club, Lance.
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CHESTER J. BURTON THOMAS J. BUTO
JOHN BRADY-Erie, Pa. English. Lambda Iota Tau, St.
Thomas More Club. JOSEPH WM. BROOKS-Pittsburgh,
Pa. Foreign Languages. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Blue Key
National Honor Fraternity, Who's Who. JAMES E. BUCH-
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Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Gannon Lance, Historical Society.
CHESTER J. BURTON-Brocton, New York. General Sci-
ence. American Mathematical Society, P.S.E.A. Club, Intra-
murals. THOMAS J. BUTO-Erie, Pa. Industrial Manage-
ment. Intramurals, Student Investment Trust. JOSEPH R.
BUZANOWSKI--Erie, Pa. General Science. Science Club,
Pershing Rifles, C.C.D. DENNIS CANTONI-Erie, Pa.
Electrical Engineering. Intramurals, Gannon College Band,
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Glee Club, Sociology Club Tutor Program. JOSEPH CAR-
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Delta Fraternity. G. MICHAEL CARROLL, JR.-Erie, Pa.
Industrial Management. Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Cultural
RICHARD F. BURNS
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LIAM G. CARVER--Erie, Pa. Marketing. Student Council, Scab-
bard and Blade, Intramurals. JOHN WILLIAM CERANIC, III
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tions, Political Science Club. LOUIS JOSEPH CESA-Erie, Pa.
MATHEMATICS. Pershing Rifles, Gannon Knight, Raider.
JAMES CHATTERTON--Rochester, New York. Accounting.
Varsity Basketball and Baseball. MICHAEL CHITEMAN-Erie,
Pa. English. Editor of the Lance, Blue Key, Whois Who, Lambda
Iota Tau. LOUIS CICERONE-Erie, Pa. Finance. Advanced
R.O.T.C., Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Intramurals. WILLIAM
CICHOSKI--Pittsburgh, Pa. English. Alpha Phi Delta Frater-
nity, Pershing Rifies, R.O.T.C. Advanced Corps. GARY D. CLO-
USER-Erie, Pa. Mathematics. EDWARD COLLINS--Butler,
Pa. Sociology. Intramurals, Sociology Club. JAMES W. COTTER
JR.-St. Marys, Pa. Chemistry. Intramurals, Chemistry Club,
American Chemical Society. JOHN A. CROSS-Erie, Pa. Mathe-
matics. St. Thomas More Club, Glee Club, Intramurals, C.C.D.
GARY D. CLOUSER
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WILLIAM CHANDLER CROSS-Madison, Ohio. Industrial Manage-
ment. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. JOHN W. CUN-
NINGHAM-Manstield, Pa. Electrical Engineering. Soccer Club, In-
tramurals, I.E.E.E. THOMAS L. CURCIO-Schenectady, New York.
Sociology. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Intramurals, Sociology Club.
GERALD J. DAMOND--Warren, Pa. Mechanical Engineering. P.S.P.E.,
Intramurals. DAVID DEFAZIO-Erie, Pa. Marketing. COSMO DEL-
LO-Erie, Pa. General Science. LAWRENCE DEMONACO-Pitts-
burgh, Pa. Marketing. Blue Key National Honor Fraternity, Alpha Phi
Delta Franternit Gannon Kni ht. ANTHONY DEVERSE--Greens-
burg, Pa. Accounting. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, S.I.T.
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tration. JOHN DIVINS--Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. Pi
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Intramural Sports. JAMES DOLCE-
Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity,
Blue Key National Honor Fraternity, I.E.E.E. ROBERT L. DON-
NELLY-Freeport, Pa. Finance. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Stu-
dent Counoil, SIT. NORBERT P. DOWDALL--BuiTalo, New
York, History. Intramurals, Student Recruiting Service, Pershing
Rifles. DANIEL M. DRISCOLL--Erie, Pa. Biology. Science Club,
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ed Nations. JOSEPH F. ERTL-Erie, Pa. Accounting. JOHN
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can Marketing Association. RAYMOND A. FIORELLI-Erie, Pa.
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tramurals. THOMAS A. FLAHERTY-Erie, Pa. Foreign Lan-
guages. Spanish Club, N .D.E.A.
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Phi Fraternity, Intramurals. STANLEY N. FRONZAGLIA-
Erie, Pa. Math. Blue Key National Honor Fraternity, Delta Sigma
Phi Fraternity, Student -Council. ROBERT J. FRYE-Erie, Pa. Elec-
trical Engineering. I.E.E.E. RAYMOND C. GAGNON-Erie, Pa.
English. Lambda Iota Tau. PATRICK GALLAGHER-Pitts-
burgh, Pa. English. Gannon Knight, Laureate, Glee Club.
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Epsilon Fraternity, Blue Key National Honor Fraternity, Golf
Team. NORMAN J. GEHRLEIN-Erie, Pa. Psychology. Talis-
man Players, Alpha Psi Omega, Psychology Club. ROBERT W.
GEISLER-Corapolis, Pa. Finance. Intramurals. FRANK NIC-
HOLAS 'GENNUSO JR.-Buffalo, New York. Marketing. Tennis
Team, American Marketing Association, Intramurals. RONALD
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ternity, Intramurals, Gannon Knight.
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JAMES A. GRAHAM--Erie, Pa. Chemistry. THOMAS D.
GRANDINETTI--Pittsburgh, Pa. General Science, Delta Sigma
Phi Fraternity, Student Council, PSEA. DAVID GRAVES--Nis-
kdyons, N.Y. Sociology, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Sociology
Club. ANTHONY M. GRIECO, JR.--Asbury Park, N.J. Account-
ing, SIT, Sociology Club, Glee Club. JOHN C. GUENTHER
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ternity, Cheerleader, Dorm Council. EDWARD S. GULNAC--
New Castle, Pa. Psychology, Tau Kappa Epsilon Frate-rnity,
Raiders, Psychology Club. FRANK E. HAGAN--Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sociology, Class Officer, Sociology Club, Student Counselor. PAT-
RICK 'D. HALEY--Erie, Pa. Business Administration. JORN
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Society. JOHN P. HARTMAN-Erie, Pa. Industrial Manage-
ment, Tennis Team. GERARD L. HASENHUETTL-Erie, Pa.
Chemistry, Chemistry Club, Intramurals.
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ment, Intramurals. JOSEPH F. HEAVEY-Altoona, Pa. General
Science, Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Student Council Vice-Presi-
dent, PSEA. THOMAS HECKER-Edinboro, Pa. Mechanical
Engineering, PSPE, Intramurals. ROBERT J. HEIM-Pittsburgh,
Pa. General Science, SIT. JOSEPH L. HEIMBOLD, JR.-Mom
mouth Beach, N.J. Psychology, Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity,
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American Mathematical Association. RICHARD F. HERR--Ken-
more, N.Y. Industrial Management, Advanced ROTC, Scabbard
and Blade, Intramurals.
MARK HORAN ROBERT HRINDA
JAMES JANSEN GABRIEL JASKOLKA
EUGENE R. HOGE-Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. Pi Kap-
pa Alpha Fraternity, Gannon Knight. CHARLES E. HOMAN-
Oil City, Pa. Mathematics, Intramurals. MARK HORAN-But-
ler, Pa. English. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Blue Key National
Honor Society, Student Council. ROBERT HRINDA-Lake
City, Pa. Finance, Alpha Phi De-lta Fraternity, SIT, Intramurals.
JOHN D. HUGHEY-Oil City, Pa. Finance. Delta Sigma Phi
Fraternity, Intramurals. JOSEPH P. ILACQUA, JR.-Syracuse,
New York. History. Gannon Tutoring Program, SIT, Historical
Society. JAMES D. JANSEN-Erie, Pa. Sociology. Advanced
R.O.T.C., Scabbard and Blade, Sociology Club. GABRIEL JAS-
KOLKA--Erie, Pa. Psychology. Psychology Club. JOHN L.
JOHNSTON-Punxsutawney, Pa. Mathematics. IEEE, Dorm
Council. EARL R. KEEFNER-Oil City, Pa. Biology, Science
Club. STEPHEN D. KERCHANSKY--Erie, Pa. Industrial Man-
agement. Scabbard and Blade, Bowling League, IEEE. RAY-
MOND J. KISSINGER--Oil City, Pa. Science.
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LAWRENCE KREIT RONALD ROGER KULIGOWSKI RONALD KUSHNER
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GERALD T. KLAVON--Pittsburgh, Pa. Accounting. SIT, Amer-
ican Marketing Association, Intramurals. WILLIAM M. KLEIN-
ER-Erie, Pa. History. PSEA, Historical Society, Intramurals.
DAVID C. KOZAK--Lackawanna, New York. Political Science,
Model U.N. Secretary General, History Club, Talisman Players.
EMMETT KRAUS-Erie, Pa. Mechanical Engineering. Dean's
List, Blue Key, Debate Club. LAWRENCE W. KREIT-Hagers-
town, Maryland. Marketing. Marketing Club, Intramurals. RON-
ALD J. KROTOSZYNS-KI-Erie, Pa. Industrial Managemnt.
ROGER KULIGOWSKI-North Tonawanda, New York. Socio-
logy. Intramurals, Sociology Club. RONALD A. KUSHNER--
Carnegie, Pa. Accounting. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, SIT
Intramurals. JEROME R. KWIATKOWSKI-Erie, Pa. Finance.
WALTER KALISTA--Erie, Pa. Biology. Science Club. FRED-
ERICK J. LALLMAN-Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering, IEEE.
DAVID E. LANNON-North Tonawanda, New York. Market-
ing. CCD, Soccer Club, Intramurals.
RICHARD D. LUTZ
ROBERT E. MARCUS
BRUCE A. MASTERS
THOMAS J. LENOVICH
THOMAS M. LYONS
ANDREW G. MAREK
GLENN W. MATTHEWS
JAMES F. LIEBEL ALOIS LUBIEJEWSKI
TERRY D. MACIOGE JOHN P. MANDO
LAWRENCE LEPKOWSKI-Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering.
IEEE, Pershing Rifles, Intramurals. THOMAS J. LENOVICH
-Oil City, Pa. Spanish. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Advanced
ROTC, Scabbard and Blade. JAMES F. LIEBEL-Erie, Pa.
Mechanical Engineering. PSPE President. ALOIS LUBIEJE-
WSKI-Erie, Pa. English. Student Council Treasurer, Blue Key,
LIT. RICHARD D. LUTZ-Pittsburgh, Pa. Industrial Manage-
ment. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Varsity Baseball. THOMAS
M. LYONS-Erie, Pa. General Science. TERRY D. MACIOGE
-Ellwood City, Pa. Psychology. PSEA, Fencing,'NEA. JOHN P.
MANDO-Erie, Pa. Philosophy. St. Thomas More Club, CCD,
Gannon KNIGHT. ROBERT E. MARCUS-Sharon, Pa. Politi-
cal Science. Political Science Club, Gannon KNIGHT, Intramu-
rals. ANDREW G. MAREK--Duquesne, Pa. Business. Intramu-
rals. BRUCE A. MASTERS--Niagara Falls, N.Y. Sociology. Tau
Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Intramurals. GLENN W. MAT-
THEWS-Erie, Pa. Business. Stage Band.
THOMAS J. MATUSIAK-Erie, Pa. History. Historical Society,
PSEA, CCD. JAMES McCALLION-Erie, Pa. Finance. Varsity
Basketball. TERENCE MCCARTHY-Islip, N.Y. History. De-
bate Team, Dean's List, Blue Key. JOHN P. MCCORMICK-Erie,
Pa. General Business. Marketing Club, Ski Club, Intramurals.
JOHN C. McFADDEN-Erie, Pa. Biology. Dean's List, Science Club.
THOMAS J. MCINTIRE--Erie, Pa. Business. Pi Kappa Alpha
Fraternity, Intramurals. THOMAS R. MCMILLAN-Canonsburg,
Pa. Accounting. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Intramurals. ROB-
ERT J. McWILLIAMS-New Castle, Pa. English. Delta Sigma
Phi Fraternity, PSEA, LAUREATE.
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JOHN P. MCCORMICK
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JAMES A. MEKO MARILYN F.
JAMES A. MEKO--Erie, Pa. Sociology. Student Council Presi-
dent, Blue Key, Advanced ROTC. MARILYN F. MERSKI-
Erie, Pa. English. PSEA, LIT. JOSEPH A. MEYER-St. Marys,
Pa. Science. ALEXANDER MICZO-Erie, Pa. Mathematics.
WILLIAM J. MORSCHHAUSER-Erie, Pa. Industrial Mana-
gement. LEVANT T. MORTON-Erie, Pa. Physics. Omega A1-
pha Phi Service Fraternity, St. Thomas More Club. DANIEL A.
NECKEL-Erie, Pa. Accounting. Senior Class Treasurer, Scab-
bard and Blade, Raiders. MARY NEFF-Erie, Pa. Spanish. Gan-
non KNIGHT, Talisman Players, PSEA. JOHN F. NOAL-Erie,
Pa. Accounting. ROBERT N. O'CONNELL-Pittsburgh, Pa. Fi-
nance. Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity, SIT, IFC.
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JOHN L. PRICE
CECIL S. ORTALLONO V. JAMES PALMERI
JEFFREY M. O'HARA--Erie, Pa. Accounting. Pi Kappa Alpha
Fraternity, IFC, Advanced ROTC. ROBERT L. OKICKI-Euclid,
Ohio. Accounting. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, SIT, Intramu-
rals. CECIL S. ORTALLONO-Monessen, Pa. Management.
Gannon KNIGHT Business Manager, Alpha Phi Delta Frater-
nity, SIT. V. JAMES PALMERI-Newark, N. Y. General Sci-
ence. Intramurals, Fencing Team. RAYMOND J. PARMARTER
--North East, Pa. English. PSEA, Gannon Tutoring Program.
ROBERT P. PICCIRILLO-Ridgway, Pa. Accounting. Alpha
Phi Delta F raternity, Intramurals. PHILIP PLESZEWSKI-Dum
kirk, N.Y. Finance. Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Gannon KNIGHT,
Intramurals. RICHARD S. PLESLUSKA-McKees Rocks, Pa.
Accounting. Intramurals. KENNETH J. POLIAK-Creighton,
Pa. Chemistry. Chemistry Club, Intramurals. JOHN L. PRICE-
Erie, Pai.. Accounting. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Glee Club, In-
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DAVID J. RICE
ROMAN RAKOWSKY-Bronx, N.Y. History and Russian. His-
torical Society. PETER W. REYBURN-Erie, Pa. Accounting.
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Soccer Team, Intramurals. WIL-
LIAM J. ROEHRIG, III--Corry, Pa. Biology. Glee Club, Pi
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Intramurals. RICHARD W. ROEHRL
-Erie, Pa. Finance. Men's Choir, SIT. HOWARD E. ROSE-
Erie, Pa. History. Pershing Rifles, Advanced ROTC, Historical
Society. JOHN REISENBERG-Erie, Pa. Economics. Blue Key,
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Intramurals. DAVID J. RICE-
Union City, Pa. Industrial Management. IEEE. ROBERT ROY-
ER-Erie, Pa. Biology. Intramurals.
DONALD R. RUSSELL
VINCENT A. SALOTTI
CLARENCE G. RUPPRECHT-St. Marys, Pa. Accounting. In-
tramurals. DONALD R. RUSSELL-Buffalo, N.Y. Manage-
ment. SIT, Intramurals. NANCY E. RUTKOWSKI-Erie, Pa.
English. LANCE, LIT, PSEA. VINCENT A. SALOTTI-Mones-
sen, Pa. Marketing. Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity, SIT, Intramu-
rals. JOHN SARBAK--Erie, Pa. Biology. Intramurals. JOHN J.
SAWICH-Donora, Pa. Accounting. MICHAEL SCHACK-
Ashtabula, Ohio. Chemistry. Men's Choir, Chemistry Club. ED-
WARD W. SCHAUBLE--Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering. IEEE.
ALBERT R. SCHLESINGER-Pittsburgh, Pa. Accounting.
RICHARD F. SCHOENFELD--Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering.
Dean's List, IEEE. JAMES F. SCHWARTZ-Erie, Pa. History.
Pershing Rifles. JOHN F. SECHRIST, JR.-Erie, Pa. Electrical
Engineering. Blue Key, IEEE President, Pi Kappa Alpha Frater-
MICHAEL SCHACK JOHN F. SECHRIST,
JAMES F. SCHWARTZ JR.
SEMIH 1. SINIK
THOMAS J. SMITH
JoHN P. SPILLANE
THOMAS J. STASIAK
EDWARD D. SIVAK
WILLIAM B. SMITH
THOMAS K. SIPPLE DONALD M. SMITH
JOHN F. SMOLINSKI RAYMOND W.
SEMIH I. SINIK-Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. Tau
Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, Soccer Team, Intramurals. EDWARD
D. SIVAK-Erie, Pa. Biology. ROTC Band, Science Club.
THOMAS K. SIPPLE-Erie, Pa. Accounting. Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon Fraternity, Advanced ROTC. DONALD M. SMITH-Shen-
andoah, Pa. Chemistry. American Chemical Society, Intramurals.
THOMAS J. SMITH-St. Marys, Pa. Accounting. Delta Sigma
Phi Fraternity, Intramurals. WILLIAM B. SMITH-Windsor,
Conn. General Science. PSEA, Science Club, Intramurals. JOHN
F. SMOLINSKI-Erie, Pa. Accounting. RAYMOND W. SO-
WINSKI-Natrona, Pa. Mechanical Engineering. Intramurals.
JOHN P. SPILLANE-Ridgway, Pa. Accounting. Alpha Phi
Delta Fraternity, SIT, Intramurals. DAVID J. STANCZAK-
Erie, Pa. Science. Gannon Tutoring Program Director, PSEA,
Tennis Team. THOMAS J. STASIAK-Lakeview, N.Y. General
Science. Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Science Club, Intramurals.
WILLIAM J. STEGER-Erie, Pa. Accounting. Senior Class Pres-
ident, Blue Key, Advanced ROTC. CLEMENS A. STOLINSKI
--Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity
President, Blue Key, Who's Who. ARVIN C. STOTESBERY
--Pittsburgh, Pa. Accounting. GEORGE R. STROHL, JR.-
Northampton, Pa. Psychology. Psychology Club. DANIEL J.
STUBLER-Rouseville, Pa. Accounting. SIT, Delta Sigma Phi
Fraternity, Intramurals. THOMAS R. SUKALAC-Mentor,
Ohio. Industrial Management. Alpha Psi Omega Honorary Fra-
ternity, Talisman Players, Blue Key. EUGENE P. SYMONS-
Oil City, Pa. Mechanical Engineering. Intramurals. PHILIP A.
TEMPLE-Erie, Pa. Psychology. Psychology Club, Intramurals.
HARRY A. TIPPING-Oil City, Pa. History. Tau Kappa Epsi-
lon Fraternity, SIT, Historical Society. RAYMOND J. TOBO-
LEWSKI-Erie, Pa. Accounting. Advanced ROTC, Scabbard
and Blade, Intramurals. JOSEPH A. TORMA-Ashtabula, Ohio.
Philosophy. Spanish Club.
GEORGE R. STROHL, DANIEL J. STUBLER. CLEMENS A WILLIAM J STEGER
JR. HARRY A. TIPPING STOLINSKI ARVIN C
PHILIP TEMPLE THOMAS R SUKALAC STOTESBERY
JAMES E. TROCKI STANLEY
JAMES E. 'TROCKI-Erie, Pa. Psychology. Psychology Club
President. STANLEY TWARGOWSKI, JR.-Erie, Pa. Account-
ing. Student Council, Dean's List, Intramurals. THOMAS J. TY-
CZKOWSKI-Erie, Pa. Electrical Engineering. IEEE. MI-
CHAEL E. TYSON-Sharon, Pa. Business. Delta Sigma Phi
Fraternity, Intramurals. ANTHONY T. UMPIROWICZ-Erie,
Pa.. Accounting. Advanced ROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Intra-
murals. THOMAS VANDERVORT-Erie, Pa. Electrical Engi-
neering. IEEE. MICHAEL H. VARHOLA-Erie, Pa. Foreign
Languages. Advanced ROTC, Gannon Tutoring Program, Intra-
murals. LEWIS VESPOLI-Webster, N.Y. Accounting. Delta
Sigma Phi Fraternity, Student Council. ROBERT S. VETERA-
Erie, Pa. Finance. Glee Club, Baseball Team, SIT. JAMES L.
WALDINGER-Erie, Pa. General Science. Science Club, PSEA,
THOMAS J. THOMAS
TYCZKOWSKI ANTHONY T. VANDERVORT
MICHAEL H. MICHAEL E. TYSON UMPIROWICZ JAMES L.
VARHOLA LEWIS VESPOLI ROBERT s. VETERA WALDINOER
I LOUIS WARREN
PHILIP R. WALSH-Pittsburgh, Pa. Pre-Medical. Science Club,
Pershing Rifles. TERENCE J. WALTON--Ridgway, Pa. Account-
ing. EDWARD T. WARD, JR.--Pittsburgh, Pa. Psychology. Stu-
dent Council Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, Intramurals. LOUIS
WARREN--Erie, Pa. Industrial Management. Varsity Basketball,
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. ROBERT J. WASYLSON-Johns-
town, Pa. Electrical Engineering. Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity,
IEEE. O. ROGER WATROUS--Corry, Pa. Industrial Manage-
ment. Bowling. ALFRED WEGMILLER-Lake City, Pa. Market-
ing. CHARLES J. WESCHLER--Erie, Pa. General Science. Ski
Club, Intramurals. WILLIAM G. WEST, JR.-Pittsburgh, Pa. Ac-
counting. ALBERT WHITNEY-Clyrner, N.Y. Mechanical. En-
TERENCE J. WALTON
ROBERT J. WASYLSON
WILLIAM G. WEST, JR.
EDWARD T. WARD,
o. ROGER WATROUS
RICHARD D. WHITING
ERNEST WRIGHT, JR.
PAUL WINELAND JOHN WINGERTER
1'1tI'2lI1CC . . .
RICHARD D. WHITING-Erie, Pa. Finance. ROBERT WIES-
EN-Erie, Pa. Sociology. ROTC Band, Gannon KNIGHT. PAUL
L. WINELAND-McKeesport, Pa. Biology. Delta Sigma Phi Fra-
ternity, Glee Club, Intramurals. JOHN D. WINGERTER-Erie,
Pa. Sociology. St. Thomas More Club, Sociology Club. EDWARD
WISNIEWSKI--Erie, Pa. Mathematics, Advanced ROTC, Scab-
bard and Blade, Intramurals. MELVIN WITHERSPOON-New
wark, N.J. Marketing. Co-captain Basketball Team, Delta Sigma
Phi- Fraternity. THOMAS J. WOZNIAK-Erie, Pa. Manage-
ment. Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Intramurals. ERNEST
WRIGHT-Erie, Pa. Accounting. Alpha Phi Delta Treasurer,
S.I.T., Student Council. ELMER YACOBOZZI-Erie, Pa. Social
Sciences. Historical Society, P.S.E.A. ROBERT ZAMPOGNA-
Mt. Jewett, Pa. Accounting. Intramurals. MICHAEL J. ZEZU-
LEWICZ-Pittsburgh, Pa. Business Management. Tau Kappa
Epsilon Fraternity, I.F.C., Intramurals, S.I.T.
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709 State Street
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Red Carpet Shop
827 State St.
708 State Street
Duggan-Rider Office Supply
729 State Street
Sanner Office Supply Co.
1119 Peach Street
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ccspecializing in corsages and wedding bouquets
Academic Essay .... .--. 9 8
Administration .......... . . . 110
Alpha Phi Delta Fratemity . . . . . . . 54
Alpha Phi Delta Sweetheart .... .... 2 1
Alpha Phi Omega ......... .... 6 2
Alpha Psi Omega ........ .... 6 3
American Chemical Society . .. Q . . . 27
American Institute of Physics .... .... 2 8
Athletic Section ............. .... 7 2
Association of Gannon Coeds .... .... 2 6
Baseball .... .... 8 4
Basketball ......... .... 7 6
Biology Science Club .............. .... 3 0
Blue Key National Honor Fraternity . . . . .. 64
Board of Trustees .... . . . . . . 112
Class Oflicers ................... .... 3 1
Confraternity of Christian Doctrine . . . . . . . 32
Cross Country .................. . . 74
Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity .... .... 5 6
Delta Sigma Phi Sweetheart . . . . . . . 20
Eight Ball Queen . . . . . . . 18
Faculty ........ . . . 122
Faculty Roster . . . . . . 169
Fraternity Section .... .... 5 2
Gannon Knight .... .... 3 3
Golf . . . . . . 86
Guidance . . . . . . 120
Historical Society . . . , , , , 34
I.E.E.E. ............... .... 3 5
Interfraternity Council . . . . . . . 66
Intramural Sports . . . . . . . 88
Lambda Iota Tau
Lay Advisory Board ....
Military Ball Queen
Organization Section . . .
Patron Section .....
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Pi Kappa Alpha Dreamgirl . . .
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Student Investment Trust ....
Student Life Essay . . .
Talisman Players .....
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart
Who's Who ................
Winter Carnival Queen ....
Albanese, Rev. Anthony L., S.T.D.,
Alcorn, Charles L., Ed. M.,
Barcio, Rev. Robert, Ph. D.
Barger, Lawrence E., B.S.
Barr, Rev. Joseph J., Ph. D.
Political Science, Director
Bates, Thomas F., B.B.A.
Becker, Robert H., Ph.D.
Bell, Jack T., B.A.
Beyer, Richard L., Ph.D.
Bressan, Joseph L., B.S., C.P.A.
Burke, Rev. John AR., M.A.
Burke, Paul G., B.S.
Carney. Melvin E., M.A.
Cicozzi, Attilo Ph.D.
Ciufoli, Rt. Rev. Msgr.
Clough, Raymond J ., M.A.
Colvin, Charles R., D.Ed.
Cook, Arthus H., BES.
Counihan, Captain Jeremiah M.B.A.
Crispo, Rev. Alphonse F. Ph.D.
Dapprich, Aloysius E., M.S.
Dargan, William E., M.B.A.
Davis, John B., Ph.D.
DeLeon-Soto, Eron, Ph.D.
Dipre, Rev. Gilio L., M.S.
DeSante, Rev. Paul J., Ph.D.
Descoteaux, Albert R., B.A.
Dunford, Richard J., M.S.
Elwell, Howard J., M.A.
Falkewitz, Robert J., M.Ed.
Fin, Rev. Robert G., Ph.D.
Finegan, Owen T., M.S.
Guidance and Placement
Fitzgerald, John M., M.S.
Fleming, John J., Ph.D.
Freeman, James J., M.S.
Gammon, Richard P., Ph.D.
Gavin, Joseph A., M.A.
Geier, Roger A., B.S.
Gibbons,- Rev. Alfred B., M.A.
Gildea, Martin M., M.A.
Gilewicz, John P., B.S.E.E.
Gorski, Thaddeus M., M.S.
Groszkiewicz, Frank W., Jr., B.E.E.
Haas, Rev. Francis W., B.A.
Hanes, James G., LL.B.
Harding, James F., M.A.
Heinlein, Albert C., M.B.A.
and dministrative Roster
Herbstritt, Richard L., M.A.
Hesch, George P., M.S.
Heibel, Edward, M.D.
Hipp, Rev. Joseph E., M.B.A.
Holly, Patricia M., M.A.
Huang, Yun K., Ph.D.
Impeduglia, Giovanni S., Ph.D.
Jiamg, Thomas J. Y., M.E.
Kahl, Alfred L., M.B.A.
Kelvington, James R., Ph.D.
Kennedy, Roger J., M.B.A.
Loenig, Daniel J., M.S
Kohlmiller, Elmer F., Jr., Ph.D.,
Biology, Director V
Kosar, Halit M., Ph.D.
Kraus, Gerald R., M.S.,
Dean of Sciences
Kroncke, Charles O., M.B.A.
Latimer, William N., M.B.A.
Lee, John T., M.A.
Levis, Rev. Robert J., Ph.D.
Lore-i, Very Rev. Msgr. Louis H., M.A.
Dean of Humanities
Lubiak, Rev. Casimir J., M.S.L.S.
Lundy, Charles L., Ph.D.
Guidance and Counseling
McCallum, George E., B.A., Ph.D.
McCullough, Rev. James M.S.
McCully, Captain Calvin R., B.S.
McLaughlin, Joseph W., M.Ed.
Guidance and Placement
McNelis, Gerald A., Jr., LL.B.
Malinowski, John P., M.A.
Meehan, John L., M.A.
Miller, Thomas C. III, B.E.E.
Mollenhauer, James, J ., M.A.
Monahan, Thomas A., B.S., C.P.A.
Murphy, Edward F., M.S.
Myers, Norman G., M.S.
Nash, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Wilfrid J.
Niebling, Rev. Howard V., M.A.
Nies, Rita A., B.S.L.S.
O'Toole, Rev Austin, B.A.
Palmer, David D., M.A.
Palmer, James E., M.S.
Pelkowski, Jerome M., M.S.W.
Peterson, Rev. James W., M.A.
Peterson, Paul Ward, Ph.D.
Pizzat, Frank J., Ph.D.
Quinn, Kevin, B.S.
Rogers, Edward, Ma.
Rouch, John S., Ph.D.
Rowland, J. Carter, Ph.D.
Russell, Rev. Bernard M., C.S.V., M.S.
Russo, Peter O., B.A.
Sague, Miguel A., Ed. D.
Sala, Frank, B.A.
Saraiinski, Sister Mary Jude, O.S.B., M.A
Scalise, Frank N., M.S.
Schanz, Rev. John P., Ph.D.
Schlessinger, Gert. Ph.D.
Schmitt, Anthony B., M.S.
Schubert, William A., M.S.
Sciamanda, Rev. Robert, M.S.
Scottino, Joseph P., Ph.D.
Director of Graduate School
Seligman, Arthur M., Dr. Ing.
Selvaggi, Jerry A., M.S.
Shu, H. Hunter, Ph.D.
Slater, Rev. John J., M.A.
Asst. to the President
Smaltz, Peter R., A.B.
Smith, Charles R., Jr., M.A.
Somers, Rev. Eldon K., Ed.D.
Dean of Students
Speice, Rev. Lawrence T., S.T.B.
Strohmeyer, Rev. George E., B.A.
Sullivan, Rev. Richar J., M.A.
Susa, Rev. Robert P., B.A.
Susko, John P., Ph.D.
Economics and Finance, Director
Tascone, Joseph F., M.A.
Thompson, Rev. John, M.A.
Tullio, Robert J ., B.S.
Vetrone, Leonard, M.E.
Wainwright, Rev. Harry, Jr., B.D.
Waldron, John E., Ph.D.
Dean of Business Administration
Wallach, John S., M.A.
Weber, Bertl M., Ph.D.
Weidle, Paul, B.A.
Weithman, Francis G., M.A., C.P.A.
Wesley, Joseph L., M.A.
Williman, Daniel H., M.A.
Wolf, Rev. Norbert G., M.A.
Wright, Ernest, G., M.B.A.
Yarbenet, Michael R., B.S., C.P.A.
Young, John J., M.A.
Yehl, Rev. Addison, M.S.
Yochim, George J ., M.S.
Adams, Valiant D.
21 Hutchins Street
Batavia, New York
Agostini, Dennis E.
917 East 27 Street
Akre, James E.
2640 Poplar Street
Allenbaugh, Roger D.
RD 2, Box 981
Amann, Donald F.
914 East 27th Street
Amann, John G.
519 East 9 Street
Ambrosino, Michael J .
349 Lenord Street
Brooklyn, New York
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909 Raspberry Street
Angelo, Gerald J .
544 Highland Place
Pittsburgh 2, Pennsylvania
Anthony, Nicholas J.
142 West Main Street
Aquino, John E.
219 East 32nd Street
Atzert, Gregory Franklin
130 Madison Street
Riverside, New Jersey
Barone, Samuel M.
126 State Street-
Batavia, New York
Baumcratz, James H.
833 East 10th Street
Bausch, Robert J .
61 South Main Street
Batavia, New York
Beck, James Phillips
732 Broad Avenue
Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania
Beck, William S.
348 Evaline Street
Benoit, James A.
620 West 8th Street
Blessel, Kenneth W.
R. Dah? 1
Boris, James R.
712 Pennsylvania Avenue
Brady, Robert James
3110 French Street
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1728 Luty Avenue
Bucheit, James E.
St. Marys, Pennsylvania
Burns, Richard F.
35405 Dixon Drive
Willoughy Hills, Ohio
Burton, Chester J.
189 Lake Avenue
Brocton, New York
Buto, Thomas J.
2821 Wayne Street
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536 East 23 Street
Cantoni, Dennis Arthur
1530 West 25 Street
2819 Wayne Street
Cardo, Richard T.
1562 Unionport Road
Bronx 62, New York
Ca-rgioli, Joseph D.
3819 Elmwood Avenue
Carroll, G. Michael Jr.
270515 Liberty Street
Carroll, Leonard M.
Carver, William G.
3909 Marion Street
Ceranic, John W.
922 Chestnut Street
Cesa, Louis J.
1127 West 7th Street
Chatterton, James L.
66 Andover Street
Rochester, New York
Chiteman, Michael D.
824 East 10th Street
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2532 West 35th Street
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3813 Bonaventure Street
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1202 Brown Avenue
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589 Brussells Street
St. Marys, Pennsylvania
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1821 Oxford Street
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54 7th Street
Curcio, Thomas L.
1743 Albany Street
Schenectady, New York
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627 Beech Street
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RD 5 Donation Road
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3830 Lewis Avenue
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217 South Millvale Avenue
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1517 Broad Street
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103 Peffer Road
Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania
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348 West 9th Street
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422 Beverly Drive
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310 Fourth Street
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41 Highgate Avenue
Buffalo, New York
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1249 West 9th Street
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753 Lake Street
N Kingsville, Ohio
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28 East Orchard Avenue
Pittsburgh 2, Pennsylvania
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509i Hoffman Avenue
Oil City, Pennsylvania
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English, John Wm.
2050 South Shore Drive
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1315 Oregon Avenue
1414 Custer Drive
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86 Longspur Road
Yonkers, New York
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1106 West 6 Street
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Detroit 6, Michigan
5337 West Lake Road
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219 Arborwood Drive
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2424 Raspberry Street
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2708 West 26th Street
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2916 East 7th Street
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3006 Landis Street
Pittsburgh 4, Pennsylvania
Geary, George J.
146 Jamaica Avenue
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1044 West 20 Street
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1824 Dovonshire Road
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698 Seventh Street
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981 Industry Street
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137 Greenwood Avenue
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906 Poplar Street
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93 Westwood Street
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2369 Alganquin Road
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311 Sixth Avenue
Asbury Park, New Jersey
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646 William Street
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218 W. Garfield Avenue
New Castle, Pennsylvania
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722' Evergreen Avenue
Pittsburgh 9, Pennsylvania
630 Tacoma Road
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Findley Lake, New York
Hartman, John P.
711 Japan Street
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255 East 9th Street
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V. A. Hospital
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Hein, Robert J .
304 Dunlap Street
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21 Monmouth Pkwy.
Monmouth Beach, New Jersey
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220 Goodrich Street
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2814 Nagle Road
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34 Marjann Terr.
Kenmore 23, New York
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804 Chestnut Street
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935 Beach Street
Oil City, Pennsylvania
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303 East Brady Street
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313 Twin Oaks Drive
Lake City, Pennsylvania
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317 Washington Avenue
Oil' City, Pennsylvania
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184 Durston Avenue
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146 East 32nd Street
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642 East 19th Street
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P. O. Box 8
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313 East 7th Street
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Oil City, Pennsylvania
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809 West 23rd Street
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103 Walnut Street
Oil City, Pennsylvania
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339 44th Street
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335 East 33rd Street
Kozak, David C.
89 Nason Parkway
Lackawanna 18, New York
1155 West 54th Street
Kreit, Lawrence Wayne
149 W. Franklin Street
Krotoszynski, Ron J .
3833 Wood Street
599 Ward Road
North Tonawanda, New York
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Kushner, Ronald A.
243 Ignatius Avenue
Kwiatkowski, Jerome R.
817 East 28 Street
Lallman, Frederick J .
3238 Burton Avenue
Lannon, David E.
434 Woodlin Ave.
North Tonawanda, N .Y.
Lenovich, Thomas J .
121 Alcorn Avenue
Oil City, Pennsylvania
Lepkowski, Lawrence R.
546 East 28th Street
Liebel, James F.
755 Rosedale Avenue
Lubiejewski, Alois E.
540 East 19 Street
Lutz, Richard D.
240 Chester Avenue
Pittsburgh, Pa. 15214
Lyons, Thomas M.
1134 West 8th Street
Macioge, Terry Dom
827 Todd Avenue
Mando, John P.
108 East 38th Street
Marcus, Robert E.
1420 Glenwood St.
Marek, Andrew G.
609 Viola Avenue
Meko, James A.
4020 Cochran Street
3408 Schaper Avenue
Meyer, Joseph A.
544 Center Street
St. Mary's, Pennsylvania
1234 W. 10th Street
Morschhauser, William J .
1266 Boyer Road
Morton, Levant T.
Neckel, Daniel A.
413 Dunn Blvd.
3930 Station Road
Noal, John F.
2626 Brandes Street
O'Connell, Robert N.
3946 Cloverleaf Street
O'Hara, Jeffrey M.
306 Craig Street
Okicki, Robert L.
22651 Hadden Road
Euclid 17, Ohio
Ortallono, Cecil S.
11 Anderson Court
Palmeri, Vincent J.
509 East Avenue
Newark, New York 14513
Parmarter, Raymond James
R.D. il, North Gulf Road
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McCarthy, Joseph Terence
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McCormick, John Philip
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North East, Pennsylvania
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Schwartz, James F.
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Sechrist, John F.
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bout this book
The 1966 edition of the Gannon College LANCE was printed by the American Yearbook Company in Hanni-
bal, Missouri, on 90 pound superfine enamel stock with a gold silk screen cover. The cover design emphasized
the theme of the LANCE with the blending of the American eagle on a typical Mondrian pattern.
Creative professional photography was provided by MR. IRVING LLOYD of Belleville, Michigan with the
Boston Store Portrait Studio, under the direction of MRS. ANNABELL BUCKEL, preparing the senior por-
Under the editorial policy of Michael Chiteman and Charles Cammarata, this year's LANCE changed little
over the previous year. The editors attempted to forego change in order to concentrate on improving last year's
shell. The major breakthrough came with the introduction of duotone color in the student-life essay and with
the continuation of a theme throughout the entire book.
The theme of this year's LANCE demonstrated the complexity and paradox of modern man-a man produced
within the tradition of the old interwoven with the reality of the new into an integrate and complete balance-
a man striving to retain the sacredness of his tradition in a society that desires it to perish.
American Heritage prints, reproduced from OUR LITERARY HERITAGE by Van Wyck Brooks and Otto
Bettmann P. Dutton 8a Company, New Yorkj and from FAMILY ALBUM FOR AMERICANS by Mich-
ael and Vera Kraus CGrosset 8t Dunlap, New Yorkj along with the use of the ornate 60 pt. Romantique capi-
tals, graphically portrayed our land's traditions. The contrasting view-the severity of reality-was presented
through the use of Mondrian layouts and patterns combined with the Baskerville type body copy and natural
light creative photography. The essays. of Mr. Cammarata complemented the-se divergent elements and created
the mold for our theme.
The editorial staff of the LANCE would like to offer a special public thank-you to MR. JOSEPH KOPER,
whose never-ending work and photographic creativity made these pages possible. His ability and genius rival
that of nationally acclaimed Irving Lloyd. We offer to you his photographs in this annual as a monument to
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