Gonzaga Preparatory School - Luigian Yearbook (Spokane, WA)

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LUIGIA C3onzaga Preparatoxy School Spokane, Washington 1966 " E: K. - , i 1' ,lp W, gg, .551 49: - 1-"Si- if 55? , 69 ,ap 1- " " ' ., . 4 Qi 51 ,-K, -2' -sf , There are many things that Gonza- gans have in common, and the most noticeable and probably most im- portant of these is SPIRIT. It can be seen in many places. Gonzagans show it in all the fields of com- petition, athletic and academic, and they show it in the stands. There is one more place Where Gonzagans show their spirit, and it is in their sacrifice to come to Gonzaga. They come from all parts of the city and from varying backgrounds, and they are bound together by a spirited desire, a spirited desire to be men of Gon- zaga. Seniors Activities Sports CONTENTS W .1 P w Q -541,- 1 ' A w 1' ? .,,,, " W1 f' wa f7S9M90-F T M, E V , 1.115 ' 3,55 5 ,rf ..w,.,g 1 r in 2 f, .aww f, A tan Chevy, a cigar billowing into the wind, a well-groomed black- haired priest vanishing down Euclid. Each day this is the scene. Who is he? Where is he going? Gonzaga Prep's benefactors all know. His name is breathed with love from their hearts. He's part of their lives. He is a priest. He is Father John. At school Father John Hurley is the treasurer--the stern figure at the pay window seeking tuition. On the road he is Father Gonzaga. He begs, he cajoles, he pleads, he cries with those who cry, he persuades, he sells, he laughs--all for the boys who go to Gonzaga Prep and for the fathers, scholastics, and brothers who stay behind to staff the school. They are engrained into his heart. Father John has won hundreds to donate to Prep. He has traveled many miles, suffered many "No's", counseled many broken hearts, and he has gained for Prep a following enjoyed by no other school. His program is person to person: the Gonzaga Prep Associates and Fellows. These people pay for what your tuition cannot pay. They believe in him and in you. Their partnership with the school and with your education is due to one man alone: Father John. In mud, sleet, snow, fog, wind and sun he is out each day in search of new Associates and Fellows. Father John is a Jesuit priest. His job is not easy. Often separated from his fellow priests, seldom seen by the students, scorned by the selfish who find his begging an intrusion, he is Gonzaga Prep's first citizen more than any other priest. Without him .... ? Well, let's not think about that, for God has sent him to us. He could become hard, dealing always with debts, unpaid accounts, and cold figures of money. He could become discouraged, and no doubt he does have dark moments. But his cheerful face, his priest- ly zeal, his humble, self-effacing dedication to Gonzaga Prep, his constancy, courage, and Christ-likeness move us to dedicate this year's LUIGIAN to him. God bless you, Father John--and thanks. ,-K' The leadership and spirit of this year's SENIORS has been exceptional. They have been taught Well, and urged to think for themselves. Their originalty and imagination has added much to Gon- zaga's spirit. The A of TISHSWCLPTAT- POI, The Association of Those In Senior High School Who Carry Lunch Pails To Avoid The Pitfalls Of Insecurity, is no exception. rx DONALD CLEMENT ABEL JAMES FREDERICK ABLES PAUL MICHAEL ALBRIGHT LEROYALLEN ALLEN Classical Don Classical Jim Scientific Tiger Academic Point Tennis 1,.2, 3 Track 1 KOL 3, 4 Football 1,2, 3, 4 Sodality 3, 4 Band 1,2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 KOL 3,4 Debate 1,2 Sodality 1 Luigian 3, 4 Pep Club 1,4 Debate 1,.2, 3, 4 Esprit 1 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Drama 1 QW' DONALD STEPHEN BALL Scientific Steve Track 3, 4 Cross Country 4 Pep Club 3 Luigian 3, 4 Drama 4 Bishop White Seminary 1 Mater Cleri Seminary 2 IO ANTHONY JOSEPH BEHRENS ROBERT JOSEPH BERGER Classical Duke Scientific Ham Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Tennis 2, 3, 4 KOL 3,4 Pep Club 4 Gonzagan 1, 2, 3, 4 Drama 1,2, 3, 4 Prom Committee 3, 4 THOMAS WOODSON BLAINI Scientific Billj Football 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1,3 , 4 Pep Club 4 Lettermen 's Club 3, 4 VILLIAM ROBERT BLEY ?cientUic Billy Frack 1,2 3, 4 Fennis Eand 1,2 ebate 1 Drama 1 DENNIS WAYNE BRODERICK icientdic Denny Pep Club 4 Slee Club 2, 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 STEVE DOUGLAS BRADLEY DOUGLAS JAMES BRAJCICH THOMAS JAMES BREEN Scientific Steve Scientific Doug Academic Sunkist Track 2 Basketball 1,2, 3 Football 3 Pep Club 2 Track 2 Cross Country 2 Science Club 1 CVOSS C0unlTy 2 Sodality 1,2 Golf 4 Gonzagan 2 Tennis 1,2 Drama 2 Sodality 1,2, 3 Pep Club l,2, 3, 4 Gonzagan 2 Esprit 4 Luigian 4 Prom Committee 3 153 '-W., ROBERT LAURIER BROUSSEAU KEN STEVEN BROWN JAMES EDWARD CAGLE Scientific Rob Scientific Benny Academic Jamie GOU 3, 4 Track 4 Pep Club 2, 3 Golf 1 Prom Committee 4 Debate 1 Il JAMES BURTON CANNING i Scientific J. B. Track 1 MICHAEL DENNIS CANNON PHILIP JOSEPH CARSTENS PGP Club 1,2, 3, 4 Scientific Rifle Scientific P. J. RICHARD EDWARD CASHA T5 ESPVU 4 Track 2 Golf 2, 3, 4 Scientific WeeBul Llligian 2, 3, 4 Sodality 2, 3 Tennis 1 Tennis 1,2 Debate 1 Pep Club 2, 3,4 Sodality 2, 3,4 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4 D1'6lW1Cl 1 Esprit 4 Pep Club 1 Luigian 3, 4 061110731 4 Prom Committee 3 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 Glee Club 1,2, 3 PAT CHET CHASTEK DA VID DILLARD CULLEN Scientific Wally Classical Scrooge Gonzagan 4 Track 1 Pep Club 4 KERMIT NICOLA CHICHA Pep Club 1,2, 3,4 Glee Club 4 Scientific B. K. Esprit 4 Debate 2 Track 1,2 Luigian 3, 4 Science Club 4 Cross Country 1,2 Debate 1 Holy Redeemer College Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4 Drama 4 Oakland, Calif. 1 Science Club 4 Gallery 4 Q. e, JOHNAUSTIN CURTIJ Scientific Heal Soclality 1,2 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4 Camera Club 1 w , l,,l1'l,,l: 9 S 'S fx? Ie me 51 fbi E5 5 ,S ?"""'4 3 ,.s,l5mQk ' Q 5 Q nw, 3 5 i Y A 1 -V 1 wwvi - i , x a in Q Mu. -,,. , 5 , , is A K, ,. . Lf W' - 1 , L'--' L I K i . ,.,-""'1wqQq i gg A Q 4+ . xx, 'Q' w 1 I 2 w Academic Mar. MARK BERNARD DESMARA1 Academic Boi! Football 3 Track 2 Cross Country 2 Sodality 2, 3 i Pep Club 3, 4 W JOHN BRENDAN DALY TIMOTHY WILLIAM DALY JOSEPH WILLIAM DAY MARC JAYDELAMATE1 Scientific Bum Scientific 4-F Classical Jose Football 2, 3 Football 1,2 KOL 3, 4 Track 3 Track 1,2 Sodality 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Esprit 4 Gonzagan 3 Luigian 4 Esprit 4 Science Club 4 Science Club 4 Prom Committee 2, 3 Cheerleader 4 Pontifical College Josephinum Worthington, Ohio 1 JOHN MICHAEL DEMPSEY Scientific Chief RICHARD HENR Y DENENNY Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Scientific Zeke Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4 Prom Committee 4 Track 1,2, 3, 4 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Sodality 2, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Prom Committee 3 JAMES CYR US DESCHANE Scientific Jim Sodality 1,2 Gonzagan 1 Drama 1 Gonzagan 3, 4 Esprit 4 Luigian 4 ASB Vice-President 4 St. Teresa's Academy Boise, Idaho 1 ,v:. fIARC ALBERT DEWOOD JOSEPH ALBERT DOMINI LENN ARTHUR DORAN TERRENCE JAMES DUNNE Ilassical Alban Scientific Meatball Scientific Lenn Academic Finished Vootball 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2 Pep Club 4 laseball 1,2, 3, 4 Track 2 Sacred Heart H. S. ?asketball 3 GOU 2, 3 Salina, Kansas 1,2, 3 'ep Club 1,2, 3,4 lsprit 4 .ettermen's Club 3, 4 Debate 3 'rom Committee 2 JOHN CHACE EHRHARDT JR. WALTER JOHN EBEL Scientyfic Amelia FHOMAS BRADFORD DURFEE scientific Stuffer RONALD ROBERT EDWARDS Football 1, 2 lcademic Flint Basketball 3, 4 Classical Rapid Ron Tyack Lg, 3, 4 TOOHWU 3 Gonzagan 1 Track 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 4 7761078 2, 3 Esprit 3, 4 Cross Country 3, 4 Lujgian 3, 4 yep Club 213 Band 1,-2, 3, 4 S0dalifJ' 2, 3, 4 Canzera Club 2 Hee 2 D1"a77lLl 4 PCP 3, 4 Dygnzg 4 77011161 4 Elocution Finalist 1 Letterrnen 's Club 4 Gallery 4 'fig SALI Rick VALEDI M ike Oafiard ,1 iii 5 , L , 5, iz 4 li I ...,.-ann-If MICHAEL STEPHAN FARR ELL Academic Mike Track 2, 3, 4 Sodality 1 Lettermen's Club 3,4 ROGER ALEX FELICE Academic Beak Football 1,2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Baseball 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 Prom Committee 2 FREDERICK RA Y FINLEY Academic Fidelity Football 3, 4 Track 2 Lettermen's Club 3,4 JACK RALPH FISCHER Scientific Fish Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1,2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 KOL 3, 4 Gonzagan 1 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 ASB Frosh Counselor 2 ASB President 4 KARL BERND FISSLER G ERALD ROBERT FRANK WILLIAM TIMM FREDRICKSON BERNARD JOSEPH GALLAGHER Academic 'KF' Scientific Honest Scientific Track 1,3 Basketball 1 Football 1,2 Pep Club 1,2, 3 Track 1,2, 3,4 Cross Country 3 Luigian 1 Lettermen's Club 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Glee Club 1 Gonzagan 2 Esprit 4 Science Club 3, 4 Timm Classical Bernie Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1,2, 3, 4 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3, 4 KOL 3, 4 Gonzagan 4 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 17 GAR Y LEE GODDARD DENNIS ALLEN GRACIO ROBERT ALDEN GREEN Scientific Geege Scientific Denny Academic Bob Pep Club 1,2, 3 Football 1, 3 Basketball 1,2, 3 Gonzagan 1,2 Sodality 1,2 Track 1, 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3,4 Pep Club 3,4 Gallery 4 Gonzagan 4 Esprit 4 3 E 2 2 5 2 1 Z 3 i Q s FREDERIC RUSSELL GRE. Classical Fred GOU 3 Sodality I Pep Club 4 Esprit 4 Luigian 3, 4 Glee Club 1,2 Drama 4 Gallery 4 "wiv-f 45' W CHARLES KEITH HANSON THOMAS GUY HART Academic Chuck Academic Limpy Pep Club I Track I Drama I Sodality 1 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Drama 2 WILLIAM JOSEPH HA WOR TH Scientific Bill Football 2, 3 Sodality I Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4 Luigian 1,2 Camera Club 1 Glee Club 1 Science Club 1 Drama 1,2, 3, 4 ,, JAMES MICHAEL HA YN Academic Ji Track 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Cross Country 4 Glee Club 2 I 8 ' ZOBERT JAMES HELTEN WILLIAM HUBERT HENGEN jcientific Bob Scientific Bill Easketball 1 Bishop White Seminary 1 'olf2, 3 Mater Cleifi Seminary 2, 3 Pennis 1,2, 3, 4 Eonzagan 2, 3, 4 vom Committee 3 QOBERT MICHAEL HIGGINS RICHARD THOMAS HOTTELL Scientific Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1,2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Lette1'men's Club Pifonz Committee TIMOTHY K ENDAL HESS GREGOR Y JOSEPH HIGGINS Tim Scientific Higgs 2,3,4 2 lcademic Rob SCi6WfZfiC Rich PAUL JOSEPH HUEBER Fggfbgll 1,2 Basketball 1 Scientific Rabbit Sggkgtbgll 1 Baseball 1 Basketball 1 Qaseball 1, 3, 4 Band 1,2 Pep Club 1,2 Sodalify 1,2 Elocution Finalist 1 Gonzagan 2, 3 Football 1,2 Sodality 1,2 Esprit 4 STEVEN MICHIEL INDGJERD Academic Red Dog Football 1 Pep Club 2 MAR VIN JAMES KJELDSEN Scientific Tree Basketball 3 Track 3, 4 Cross Country 4 Sodality 3, 4 ROBERT MARVIN KELLY pep Club 3, 4 Scientific Bob Luigicm 4 PETER JOHN KARLSTEN Track 1,2 Lgffgymgnfs Club 3,4 Academic P. K. CVOSS COWQILVV 2 Prom Committee 3 Football 1 S0ddZi1f3f 1 Bishop White Seminary 1 Track 2, 3 Science Club 4 Matey Clem Seminayy 2 THOMAS ALAN KR UMSICK GERALD MAR VIN KUNTZ Scientific Tiger Academic Jerry Football 2, 3, 4 Football 1 JOHN JAMES KONSBR UCK Tennis 3 Track Z, 3, 4 Academic Jack Pep Club 3, 4 Cross Country 4 Track 1,2, 3, 4 Luigian 4 Tennis 2 Tennis 3 Lettermen 's Club 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4 Science Club 1,2 Band 1,2, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club 4 Prom Committee 3 Cheerleader 4 Prom Committee 3, 4 WILLIAM JOSEPH KOL, Academic Bil Football .2 Baseball 1 Pep Club 3 Prom Committee 2 EDWARD JOSEPH LAM Scientific Shee Sodality 3, 4 Pep Club 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Bishop White Seminary Spokane 1 Mater Cleri Seminary Colbert 2 E 1 X s 2 2 X 9 5 FTE VEN RICHARD LANEY Icientific Plowboy Tootball 3, 4 Fracle 1, 2, 3, 4 Iodality 1, 2, 3, 4 OWEN PATRICK LA VIN GREG ALBERT LELAND Deb Club 2, 4 Scientific Onien Scientific Greg IOL 3, 4 Football 3 Track 1 Lettermen's Club 4 Pep Club 4 Gonzagan 3, 4 CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH LINDEN Scientific Chris Football 1,2 Baseball 1,2, 3 Soflality 3 s'7l""T,T'5'9' EOBERT KELLY LIPP 'cientyic Irish Football I iasleetball 1,2, 3 'ennis 2 Pep Club 3, 4 'rom Committee 3, 4 Tlzeerleader 4 ,gn u'1'TI1f" .-ss. 'W' vw-H' STEPHEN CAMPBELL MAHER Scientific Beef Football 1,2, 3, 4 Track 3 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4 STEVENA. MACPHERSON Luigian 4 Acadenzic Mac Letternien's Club 3,4 Gallery 4 Cheerleader 4 WW..-M JOSEPH PATRICK MALLOY Scientijic Pat Christian Bifotlzers H. S. Sacramento, Calif. 1 JOHN CHARLES MANTELLO Academic John Football 2, 3 Basketball 1, 4 Baseball 1,2 Pep Club 1 Letteifnzenls Club 4 Band 1,2, 3, 4 REX PA UL MAR TIN Classical King Sodality 1,2, 3, 4 KOL 1,2 Glee Club 1,2, 3,4 Drama 1,2, 3, 4 Pifoni Committee 1,2 Elocution Finalist 1,2, 3, 4 MONTE FRANCIS MCCONNELL Scientific Blackie Football 2, 3 Basketball 1 Baseball 1, 2 Sodality 1, 2 GAR Y JOSEPH MA TERI Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Scientific Gary Lette1f1nen's Club 3, 4 Baseball 1,2 ROBERT CHARLES MCCOLLUM Cl'L961fl6lld67f 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Scientific Cagey Senior Class Officer 4 1 5 E 3 LEONARD PETER MAR TIR Academic Pc Baseball 2, 4 Letteif1nen's Club 3,4 BRUCE LOGAN MCGINM Classical Ma Sodality 3, 4 Science Club 3,4 Gallery 4 Wallace H. S. Wallace. Idaho 7.2 gem f Q .1 ,,1.. , dl' if g M" is 1 1 ' 4QMss.'aisg3Lil. ' T' ral' ,,. :,f. -, 5 5, , nur f 2 - - l X S ii 5 1' xv ,xi ,w,.Q. RW , X, is ' -in by by in K Wu 0 ,MV Sr S - ,dw ,, affw, y ..-X, "M 'First is i ,Mun um wi s 'ffl X :P M Q35 nf , 5 r ig wa- Vi, DA VID MICHAEL MEINMRD Scientific Bullzvinlele Basketball 1,2, 3, 4 DANIEL PA TRI CK MELLON Track 3 PATRICK JAMES MCNALLY Scientific Fag Gglf 1,2 Scientific MGC Basketball 1 Pep Club 3, 4 Football 1,2, 3 Tracie I Prom Committee 3 Track 1,2 Pep Club 2, 3 Cheerleader 4 JAMES CARL MERRIMAN Scientific Jim Track 1 Cross Country 1 Sodality I Pep Club I Drama 4 Prom Committee 2 .Mag M an BYRON KEITH MILLER KERRY JOHN MILLER Academic Butch Scientific Merry Football 1,2, 3, 4 Bishop White Seminary 1 Baseball 1, 3 Mater Cleri Seminary 2 Pep Club 1 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 Band 2, 3,4 26 'Q fm? RICHARD JEFFREY MIZE Scientific DiCk Tennis 2 K OL 3, 4 Gonzagan 4 Debate'2, 3, 4 Kellogg Junior High School Kellogg, Idaho 1 gina..-.Quit CHARLES ED WARD MORAIN Academic Chucky Track 1 Cross Country 1,2 Sodality I Pep Club 1,2, 3 WILLIAM VALENTINE MORIN OSEPH ROBERT MORAN Scientific Juice EDWARD MICHAEL M UELLER cientufic Joey Football 1 Scientific 'rack 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 odality 1,2, 3,4 Pep Club 4 Basketball 1,2 fep Club 4 Debate 2 PATRICK WILLIAM MORLEY Baseball 1 Lette1fmen's Club 3,4 Prom Committee 3 Scientific Pat Pep Club 4 11 is-H Nun...-an wgy' 'flii IW DANIEL ROSS MULRINE MICHAEL JAMES MURPHY MICHAEL JOSEPH MURPHY JOHN MICHAEL OBRIEN Scientific Mul Scientific Murph Academic Mike Academic Johnny 'O iodality 1,2, 3, 4 Gob' 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2 Basketball 1 Pep Club 1 Lette1fmen's Club 2, 3,4 Baseball 1 Debate 1 Prom Committee 3 Track 3, 4 Prom Committee 3 Elocution Finalist 2, 4 Gay 1 Pep club 1 E MICHAEL VINCENT ORIARD KENNETH MICHAEL ORMSBY DANIEL JOHN PENNA s 1 3 2 I s 2 5 2 X 1 E RICHARD MUNRO PETTIGRE' Classical Mike Scientific Ken Scientific Ichabod Scientific Ric Football 1,2, 3, 4 Tennis 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Football 1,2, 3, 4 Basketball 3 Sodality 3, 4 Baseball 1 Track 1,2, 3, 4 Track 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Golf 2, 3, 4 Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Sodality 1,2, 3, 4 Gonzagan 1 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Pep Club 4 Pep Club 4 KOL 3,4 KOL 3, 4 Gonzagan 1, 2, 3, 4 Gonzagan 1,2, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 Drama 4 ASB President 4 WX W' PA UL JOSEPH PL UTH MARK GREGORY POWERS Scientific Paul Classical Sparky Track 1 Football 1,2, 3, 4 Gonzagan 1, 3 Basketball 1, 2 Drama 1 Pep Club 3, 4 Gonzagan 3, 4 Luigian 4 Lettermen's Club 4 Gallery 4 Cheerleader 4 28 49" GLEN RA YMOND PR OSSER Academic Glen Track 1,2 Cross Country 1,2 GOU 3 Sodality 1,2 Gonzagan 1 Luigian 1 Science Club 3 fs., "'-H-uw WILLIAM ERIC REIERSOI5 Scientific Bill Gobf 2, 3,4 Pep Club 1,4 Km R Q' W . Www- Q Q -fx ,V 5 w. 4 N 5 "X , 5 -ff 5 . K 1 V1 , b Y L 5 ' ia " , W' " .go--' ,vw Y S ,U X 'f r g il 5 K Q w 1+ ff ev "ZH.44. .... Wy? -1 3 " ,Q ,,,h , , , ,. ,,. . ,.. 1. .,, N NW 11, 1 V, 1SX,a5MMw ik is QW am X ,. ,Q,. ,V I :iw ! .,......w.w-W ' I , gfmig-ml 1 1 ,f -f-ws fm 1 N, SW. ,., . 1 IW 1 1 1 ' 1 1 MV. Jones' S. J. gvfoup therapy class taking semester exam. H -1' W' xx if K ff 4, . ,I ii? 1 5 if ...1 uv LOUIS JOSEPH REILLO Academic Gigi Track 2 Cross Country 2 Sodality 1,2, 3, 4 Esprit 4 Luigian 3, 4 Camera Club 1 Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4 Debate 1,2 Drama 3, 4 Elocution Finalist 3 Nqw 'Nw ZRAD RICHARD REYNOLDS LLOYD FRANCIS REILLY STEPHEN JOSEPH REKOFKE GENE MICHAEL RESSA Academic Butch Scientific Siege Academic Gene F00fl26lll 3 Pep Club 1,2 Baseball 1,2 Baseball 1,2 Pronz Committee 2 Sodality 1 W K Di N icientific Manage ?00fbf1ll 2, 3, 4 EUGENE GORDON ROR VIG n7'llCl3 2, 3, 4 Scientific Gene Qetternien 's Club 2, 3, 4 Tygck 1 Qlee Club 2, 3 DONALD NORMAN RINGLEY Pep Club 4 Drama 2, 3 Academic Don Gonzagan 2 Elocution Finalists 2, 4 Taipei American School 1,2 Band 1,2 . 1 'X 'wif MPSF A 'QI.xN:1?" DENNIS MICHAEL RUCKER Scientific Denny Eootball 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Golfl Sodality 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 KOL 3, 4 Luigian 2, 3, 4 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 ASB Treasurer 4 ASB Vice-President 4 45335 ,av I.X.-, E N-if 'Qin' ,..u.w-HIV' 'Y'-"mf JOHN CURTIS RUDOLF Scientific Jolzn Football 2, 3 Track 1 Cross Country 1 GoU 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2, 3,4 Gonzagan 1, 2, 3, 4 Drama 3, 4 DANIEL KARL SANDER NICHOLAS PHILLIP SCARPELLI PA UL JOSEPH SCARPELLI Scientific Dan Scientific Scarp Academic Wop Football 2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Bellarnzine Prep Baseball I Baseball 1,2, 3,4 San Jose, Calif. I Track 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Sodality I, 2, 3, 4 Spdalizfy 1, 2 Pep Club 1,2, 3,4 KOL 3,4 LHigiw12, 3, 4 Lettern1en's Club 2, 3, 4 Prom Con zmittee 3, 4 Gallery 4 NICHOLAS WILLIAM SCIOLA GENE MICHAEL SCHIMMELS JOSEPH MICHAEL SCHWAB Scientific Wapo HOWARD LEWIS SCOTT Academic Scliims Scientific Joe Football 1,2 Scientific Will Football 1 Football 1, 2,3 Baseball 1,2, 3 Football I, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Club 2, 3, 4 Track 1,2, 3, 4 Baseball 1,2, 3,4 Pep Club 4 Drama 1,2 Pep Club 4 C7055 COWIWN 4 PVOYH C0H1H1ittee4 Cheerleader 4 Lettermen 's Club 3,4 1 The librarian, Bro. John O'Brien and the P. E. instructor, Bro. Gerald Sullivan take time out to prepare Rick Pettigrew for another victorious football game. 1. These two Brothers have devoted many hours of their time helping, students better themselves here at Prep both in academic and ath- letic fields. Our sincere thanks to both, and our best wishes to Bro. Sullivan who is completing his fifth and final year at Prep. Ig .. - -...L Z tn,-IP 4 -gf. S S kg. .. ' V511 ,. 5' t ,f ai X lHililll1Sl!E!lll'l' ,mfmms-mrmflmfmwmanmwuiwxuwssremwcwmmzxmnvarr ww- 5 q.g,,,,,-f-is wqgyfsfs-Hua, 1.-mQ,,,m',,,,N,,. , -i,l,, , , , .. . ,i g-1 , , .11 18 Jim Canning, Sparky n Powers, Dave Cullen, and Steve Maher standing for the blizzard to sub S Zd6. Ae.' H ' L , 1-' ..-. I , H V 155,-L,1i LS, A 42 r ' ' 'A K -we A ..1-fry-L.L-ffirk Ra A WH if QW Y' .- wr a 'ff-nf is-le' DANIEL FERRELL SEA VER RANDOLPH LYLE SCOTT Scientific Dan ROBERT L. SEXTON Fcientific' Randy Baseball 1,2 Scientific Sex ?isli0p White Seminary 1 Golf 1,2 Sodality 2 BEN PATRICK SHIELD5 dater Cleri Seminary 2, 3 Prom Committee 3 Band 1,2, 3, 4 Scientific Sword NQQ' as-am., DENNIS CHRISTOPHER SHINE JAMES PATRICK SHOEMAKER ALEXANDER JOSEPH SHOGAN TERRENCE ELDON SIROIS 4cademic Moon Scientific Ape 5Ci9WflfiC AJ-SJ Scientific Big Tel' pep Club 2, 3, 4 Track 1,2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Sonzagan 3 Cross Country 2, 3, 4 Tennis 1 Luigian 4 Sodality 1,2, 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2 glee Club 3 KOL 3, 4 Lettermen's Club 4 Dyama 1,2, 3, 4 Gonzagan 3, 4 Drama 1,2 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4 Elocution Finalist 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 4 Galley? 4 35 RICHARD LEE SKALSTAD Classical Rich Cross Country 2 Tennis 1,2, 3, 4 Luigian 4 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Drama 4 Elocution Finalist 1 Gallery 4 DARRELL WILLIAM SMITH JOHN CARROLL SMITH Scientific Smitty Scientific J. C. Cross Country 1,2 Gonzagan 3 Bishop White Seminary 1 JOE JULIUS SPERANZ. 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' 1 1- 11151111 M- 11 .1 za I 5: RICHARD JAMES STOWELL icientific Rich ROBERT STANLEY STURGILL Scientific Boobie KENNETH EUGENE STROH Scientific Ken Football 1,2, 3 Football 1,2, 3 Basketball 1,2 Tyack LZ, 3, 4 STEVEN ANDREW STROYAN Tyack 1,2 Cross Country 4 Scientific Steve Esprit 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Baskgball 1 Belton High School Letter1nen's Club 4 Esprit 4 Belt0n,Missouri ,swung 4'9" -w.N,,,,.: Hx fi! J! fl Q if, '-an-gh, fl ,X ,Rx ,U G. xissf ,gb , T9 K ' 5 ATRICK BRENDAN SULLIVAN cademic Doug 'rack 2, 3, 4 ross Country 2, 3 'ennis 3 oclality 1,2, 3, 4 ettermen's Club 1,2, 3, 4 TED RANDY TEDLIE Academic Parrot Football 1,2 Track 3, 4 Pep Club 1,2 Gonzagan 1 Lettermen's Club 4 DA VID ARNOLD THIELMAN Academic Nai Track 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Bishop White Seminary 1 JOHN PATRICK TRACY Mater Cleri Seminary 2 Academic Dick 41""""'W' 2 MICHAEL STANLEY VENIE SAMUEL JOSEPH VIA JAMES LEO WEAVER RALPH CECIL WEIE Scieutbfic Mike Classical Sam Scientific Jim Scientyfic Pekie Football 1,2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Golf2 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1,2, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Pep Club 3, 4 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1,2, 3 Lettermen's Club 3,4 Sodality 1,2 Letterrnen's Club 3, Pep Club 3 Lettermen 's Club 3, 4 GREGOR Y JAMES WILLIAMS JEROME MICHAEL WELCH JOHN STEPHEN WERR DUANE ANDREW WEST Academic Greg Scientific Chunk' Academic wuz Scientific East Football 1 I Football 1,2 Pep Club 3, 4 Track 2 Track 1,4 TWIN? 2 St. LOWS Park Seniw' H. S. Lettermen 's Club 3, 4 Sodality 2 S0dalify 112, 3 Mi1weaP0liS, Minn- 2 Glee Club 1,2, 3 Science Club 1,2, 3,4 zggffym-i?31fi+:f-:+w' f. by , 5 5 in i :iii -1 - - l i ,vim-' q.q,.,fw,mr,, ' ff Q5 , , . iff wl""' Q5- 1 1 1' v,wiAm'lzi' .4 1 yawn, -is 'S T l , sligff l Q 3 f 1 Q M V .wx Vx QW ,in 3 1' x. N 4 wp. '- . , 1 "--X L, wiygf L, A A 2, W ,,,, K , ., ff ., ' 5 LI 1 .-1,7.f,iI'5kf,3,m 4 zgffag WW W. , 'Q -,wi -fy L .Q S 51 K Q1 L'.'?', Am : f , A JJ 5, 5 , 1 k in ww-A z , V , :,, yn ,Q 42 Outside of sports, there are many other extra curricular ACTIVITIES which add much to the spirit and tradition of Gon- zaga. Gonzagans who are in the school activities do much that is beneficial and deserving of praiseg Gonzaga is thankful for them and proud of them. Ever wonder why we have elections ? 44 C0 V T0 Eight seniors filed for President. They were Tom Breen, Bill Morin, John Rudolf, Dennis Shine, Rick Pettigrew, John Daly, Dennis Broderick, and Rick Skalstad. Rick Pettigrew and Rich Skalstad won the primary and in the final, Pettigrew was elected President. Marc DeWood, Denny Rucker, Frank Yohannon, and Dick Mize comprized the list of primary candidates for vice-president. Denny Rucker won the runoff with the other primary winner, lVIarc DeWood. Those filing for Secretary were Dave Cullen, Joe Shogan, and Dan Sander. Sander was chosen the new ASB Secretary in the final run- off. Batman also figured prominently in the voting. Sign ofthe times 5 4 ofaimo o of 9 1966 'Iwo Seniors, Jim Canning and Jim Kjeldsen, Junior Warren Riggers and Sophomore Rob Wert were the primary candidates for Treasur- er. In the final election, Rob Wert edged Jim Canning, largely on the strength of a Senior write-in for Kjeldsen. Jerry Baldasty, Jim Merriman, Terry Sirois, and Don Ressa vied in the primary for Frosh Counselor with Baldasty winning the final over Sirois. Overall, this year's Convention was a little different from others in Prep's past. Jim Merriman pledged to eliminate his office if elected, while Jim Canning suggested that neither he nor his op- ponent would be too upset if he lost. At the close of the Convention, "Senators" Blaine and Morin moved that in the future, ASB officers would be chosen by the office. 2 K 3 Baldasty delivers a winning speech. L "Holy Ku Klux Klan-- Batman ! ' 'f? - f- 55 fm? I I SENIORS--FRONT ROW: Rick Pelligrew, Ron Edwards, Kev Williams, Joe Moran, Dick Denneny, Denny Rucker, Jack Fisher, Bernie Gallagher, Phil Carslens, Ken Ormsbvv, Rex Marlin. BACK ROW: Don Abel. Pat Sullivan, Steve Laney, Bruce McGinnis, Dan Sander, Jim Kjeldsen, Joe Slzogan, Tony Behrens. E1lLaH1b, L014Reill0, John Daly, Mike Oriard. Senior fi odalit Senior Sodality cell meeting. Junior Sodality "What do you think about that, Tiger?" x K X N v sf 'I 'ff , x S JUNIORS--FRONT ROW: SleveAllen, Steve Olivet, Bob Eugene. Jinz Warden, LaWyAnde1fs0n. John Provinsal, Lawfy Volland, Dennis Long. BACK: T0nzMee1fsmen, Monte Philips, Slezfe Slatt, Steve Bellinglzonsen, Joe Inzlzoff, Wa1f1fenRigge1's, PatWelle1f, Bob Riclzczwlson. Bill Garvin, MV. Bwmt, S. J. , Jolm Daly and Pat Sweeny plot dishfllmlion offood. xx? F W.. 48 "Readyf01f lunch, LeRoy ?" F GOD DRIVE Under the direction of Prep's Sodality, this year's FOOD DRIVE was the greatest success in Prep's history. 36, 403 pounds of food was gathered for the needy families of Spokane. The previous record was 35, 655 pounds in 1960. A total of S486 was donated by the generous students of Prep to buy Thanksgiving turkeys for de- serving families. l Z' I left the salt somewhere oveaf here Q- ' v LEASH OFFICERS: Mike Oriard, President, Rick Pettigrew, Sergeant at Arnzsg Bernie Gallagher, Vice-President, Greg Harper, Secretary. viva - we v like . ' S'2 . Eff if "' .2 , -vi, I f ' Ie, gi 1' ' v 1 'V 1 n . , ' F ONT ROW.- Nick Scarpelli, Jack Fischer, Don Ressa, Denny Rucker, Rick Pettigrezv, Larry Anderson, R Paul Albright, Steve Bambino, Steve Olivet, Joe Day. MIDDLE ROW: Bernie Gallagher, Jim Albo, Stu Hen- ' ' ' BACK nesse , Greg Harper, Dick Mize, Mike Ryan, Dennis Long, Jun Wardian, Pat Maggart, Joe Inzlzoff. 31 ROW: Kevin Williams, Rex Martin, Don Abel, Tony Behrens, Steve Laney, Joe Slzogan, Toin Meersnzan, Dave Ayres, Jini Jones, Mike Oriard. .iff . Ny, h. , ,mn H '52 s , . J xiii A. N,.., V I . , Q I lj mf M N ' is Y ,:,,.- , ' V I 5 K,:: lk 'X if mi i fiv lg 1 , A L3..g,g5i i 7 - -Q' A if 3? Q 'i l ' 2 ' if Pg , , W 1, V 'i X - W agiiiwf ' Q W, L, I A I 3 uf A 'P wg , fp. , Q? wg A V, , . , , R I ff w ' A K 'f A A A 1 . 1, K, 91 b A Q M n ,F 5 mia gkw ' f 2 Z1 2 x. 2 . f' A ff' 1, f? gf' 15 , 45' N JM wr f 4 -'L 1 1 "" I wwf, Q if ff , 45 mv .qt A, :' ' Q x 3 'xi X V. 1 Q ' H V i I 135 .. A Z .1 112 .521 - - I K E , V S, :f f M? - E is h W i i? H Z , ,,.:' . gi I .2 1 I I I . Qi? 7 QQ: ff ' Q ni , gg : K -gg 1 3556421 f L GI-IT LETTERME if ,mx I . - - ' - I . 1-0-fi urn 4'Fff!'f'.2l-. ffl' M2953 , fr- Q, . f M' 'wf,f1:.4r+,,.., ,V . , my SENIOR LETTERMEN FRONT ROW: Pat Sullivan, Mike Murphy, Fred Finley, Rick Pettigrew, Byron Miller, Nick Scarpelli, Roger Felice, Denny Rucker, Len Martire. MIDDLE ROW: Dick Denenny, Dan Penna, Pete Storrs, Phil Carstens, Bernie Gallagher, Tinz Hess, Jack Fischer, Sanz Via, Brad Reynolds, Toni Krunzsick. BACK ROW: Mike Oriard, Ralph Weir, Mike Farrell, Tom Blaine, Mike Venie, Steve Maher, Joe Shogan, Will Scott, Monta McConnell, Duane West, Leroy Allen, Mr. Joseph Waltner. IH ,Q !Iq?f'Xxz, bi '13-v7 LETTERMEN'S CLUB OFFICERS TOP: LeRoy Allen, Sergeant at Arms: Mike Oriard, Vice-President. BOTTOM: Jack Fischer, Secretary- Treasurer: Bernie Gallagher, President. LETTERMEN INITIATES FRONT ROW: Rich Skalstad, Mark Thompson, Ted Carl, Stan Mackin, John Provincal, Jerry Kuntz, Ted Tedlie, Pat Maggart, Denny Long, Terry Sirois, Joe Papo. MIDDLE ROW: Jinz Kjeldsen, Mike FitzPat- rick, Bill Chonza, Ron Edwards, Gordon Johnston, Mark DeWood, Joe Jakzibiak, Ray Hare, Pete Conlin, Fred Hare, Mike Gronnebek. BACK ROW: Steve Northcott, Dan Mueller, Mark Powers, George Johnson, Ron Megaki, Ken Stroh, Bob Frank, John Hinshaw, George Siverts, Mike Aquino, Steve Laney, Kevin Fred- rickson. JUNIOR LETTERMEN FRONT: Steve Olivet, Don Rosselet, Dave Reil, Read Drexel, Bob Parker, Tom Truscot, John Via. BACK: Terry Kelly, Rick DiStefano, Jack Sheehan, Greg Harper, Jini Corcoran, Steve Bellinghausen. MERIT SEMIF I ALISTS Scholars: Rick Pettigrew, Mike Oriard, Dick Mize. Wilfred P. Schoenberg, S.J The National Merit Scholarship Qualify- ing Test is taken each year in the spring by Prep's Juniors. Prior to the actual test, several months are spent in special preparation, called the Honors Program, under the direction of the Rev. Wilfred P. Schoenberg, S. J. In addition to the three semifinalists pic- tured at the left, Prep also had nine boys who received Certificates of Merit: Jim Canning, David Cullen, Don Abel, Jim Deschane, Tim Daly, Bill Haworth, John Rudolf, Dennis Broderick, and Alex Shogan. GALLERY OF GREAT ME During its fifth year here at Prep, the Gallery of Great Men and Women continued its growth under the dir- ection of the Rev. Wilfred P. Schoenberg, S.J. , who originated the collection in 1961. Men and Women from all fields are represented in the collection, which includes Sir Edmund Hillary, Charles Shultz, Louis Satchmo Armstrong, Mickey Mantle, Jawaharlal Nehru, and Lyndon Johnson. Among the new members this year are Arthur Schawlow, discoverer of the laser beam, Professor Choh Hao Li, hormone research specialist for the University of California at Berkeley, and Ed Sullivan. A -ff hf" ' 7 k FRONT ROW: Bill Morin, Timm Frederickson, Mike Murphy, Bill Reierson, Pat Chaslek, Joe Day. MIDDLE: Rich Skalstad, Bruce McGinnis, Fred Greif, Mark Powers, Mike Oriard, Greg Leland, Joe Moran, Dennis Gracio. BACK: Ron Edwards, John Rudolf, Jack Fisher, Mark Desmarais, Dave Cullen, Kelly Lipp, Joe Shogan. Not Pictured: John Ehrhardt, Denny Broderick, Jim Canning, Doug Brajcich. V "Friends, Romans, countrymen, " 56 VAR TY Riggers and Mize prepare their notes. Torn Boot, Kev Williams, DonAbel, RexMartin and Dick Mize bask in theglory ofthetr trophies. DEBATE This year, Prep's typically great Varsity debate team posted an all time high Win-loss season record for the Spokane City Debate League. Led by Kevin Williams, Don Abel, Dick Mize, and Warren Riggers, the Varsity squad won 16 league debates while losing only two on the topic of compulsory arbitration of labor-management disputes in basic industries. Both losses were affirmative, one to Lewis and Clark and the other to second place Marycliff. Dick Mize D," W' "' 7 1.415 .R V' 4 ' x, . it ,,,df wr- ,. ,xv :1.x.,fx 41,8 S :rss Q- r '-1 SEATED: Kev Williams, Dick Mize, Don Abel. STANDING: Tom Meersman, Randy Dahmen. Warren Riggers, Jim Peterson, Jim Wardian. JU GR VARSITY Mr. James Marsh, S. J. , Varsity coach. Mr. Charles Peterson, S. J. , Mr. Jerome LeJeune, S.J Jarzior Varsity coach. Jarzior Varsity coach. A S' -1 12 I , I 'Resolved . . . " 58 SEA TED: Dick Roberts, Rick Sprague, Dave Carroll. STANDING: Ken Braya, Bill Darch, Mike FitzPatrick, Mike Marx. I Rav Jlarfiiz Dvmzfs Shine First Place Svrmzzl Place Elocution I 1 P l I Brad Rsynolds Tom Boot Fifth Place Fozzrllz Place Karen Cardinal Deanna Monte Slzeila Miller Patty Egger PE BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: Monte McConnell, Steve Maher, Sparky Powers, Tom Kramsick. Ginny Scaifpelli Nancy Aquino JoAnne Linebaifgeif Ellen Robinson FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS.- Dave Menard, Kelly Lipp, Dennis Shine, John Daly, and Nick Sciola. PEP CLUB OFFICERS: Monte McConnell, Vice- Presidentg Torn Hart, Sec. -Treasurerg Dennis Shine, Presidentg Joe Jakubiak, Sergeant at Arms. Under the leadership of Dennis Shine, this year's Pep Club promoted school spirit and interest in Prep sports activities to an all-time high. From the skits in the gym during pep cons to the Wizard of Id signs hanging in the hall, the spirit of the Pep Club could be seen. It was a great Club for a great year. PEP CLUB SIGN COMMITTEE, fl io rj: Jiin Canning, Dennis Shine, Fred Greif, Kelly Lipp, and John Ehrhardt. Missing are John Werr, Bill Haworth, and Dave Cullen. Mr. Guy DiJulio, S. J. K x 1 PEP CLUB MEMBERS--FRONT ROW: Monte McConnell, Steve Maher, Tiger Toin Kruinsick Sparky Powers. SECOND ROW: T. W. Blaine, Jack Fischer, Mark Desrnarais, Tini Hess, Marc DeWood, Ralph Weir, LeRoy Allen, Nick Sciola. THIRD ROW: Bill Haworth, Bernie Gallagher, Denny Rucker, Joe Jakzibiak, Ron Edwards. FOURTH ROW: D. Broderick,R. Scott, M. Murphy, Dick Cashatt, G. Johnston, John Rudolf, Jim Canning, Fred Grezf, John Ehrhardt, Dave Cullen. FIFTH ROW: D. Mzclrine, Bob Small, Toni Canning, Dick O'Neill, Ken Bruya, J. Thiebes, Mike Maher. TOP: Ken Stroh. Jini Canning Fred Grey' Doug Brajcich Activities Editor Senior Class Editor Sports Editor LUIGIA Dave Cullen Editor-in-Chief Dick Cashatt Don Abel Jirn Kjeldsen Class Editor Faculty Editor Photo Editor Mr. Richard Perry, S. J. , Advisor AD STAFF: fStandingj John Schajhausen, Tom Meersman. Mark Vaccaro. Warren Riggers, Dan Sander, Lou Reillo. fKneeling1 Denny Rucker, Steve Denny, Paul LaCombe. w R, 2, A N33 STAFF: flineelingj Dennis Shine, Tom Krumsick, Rich Skalstad, Sparky Powers, Dick Freeberg. Standing, first rowj Kermit Chica, Jim Romain. Mike Craigen. Tim Merwin, Dick Roberts,Bill Garvin. fsecond rowj Mark Desmarais, Mike FitzPatrick, Tony Ehrenberg, Bob Fatkenreck. Bill Dzirch, Joe Schwab, Jerry Breen. fback rowj John Ehrhardt, Steve Maher, Ken Stroh, Jerry Baldasty, Tim Daly, Mike Cannon, Mike Ryan, Jim Sweeney. LUIGIAN STAFF IN ACTION Farmer Tom Blaine gives us his famous "eagle-eye" zvlzile Tiger Tom Krumsicle samples the glue supply Others who hurried in for the picture are CL to R2 Sieve Maher, Fred Greif, and Sparky Powers. Mr. Jerome Firnstahl S. J. YF? ESPRIT--BACK ROW: Jim Canning, Mike Fitzpatrick, Mark Desmarais, Doug Brajcich. MIDDLE ROW: Fred Greif, Greg Higgins, Bob Falkenreck, Tony Ehrenberg. FIRST ROW: Dave Cullen, Tim Daly, Timm Fredrickson, Frank Yohannan. C 3 - L y ',- H Lg Q , - M. V XM Aw' f Q 'L A . E Lx V'N.3,,, ' W K 7 . x f 55 ' Q 7. -f Q - - 4" A ' '- I 4 vw, 5 ' . Jmf '..3. A X. . ,mm V 1 . , K -fd -5 V 1, . X355 I ,w1gLgzfERBfff3wRoNT,1zQw3 szeve ozwez, fmkg zwbwg, Greg coeaen, Read Drexeh Spq7k37.P!5i4g6QjsLg Rick Peftzgxqw, Johnsgudblfwfghzz Vaccaro. MIDDLE ROWf,3JQf271 shafhailsen, HegzfD1?uffel, Bob gaikenyeqk 41 Iony Ehrenberg, Jack Trike f' Ofgriefz.. ,B21CKRO?W:f Bgz1fniefGaZlagJz g2r, Mike gO'l"id'7'd," Kev WiZZicfm,5 gEQWQwjfQp"iRigge1fSf,, Chris Owens, Jag Skogqrjm ' - ff ' W 4-V, , .-,f . ' A , 2- , , ,ww 'Ap'fm,..kkpL,--rX'f- W. ,. ,', Q!! f A f I 1 Yi W. Y. This year's Gonzagan distinguished itself from years past with the addition of several interesting features that pleased readers. Occasional controversial articles which heightened interest and promoted avid discussion of the paper throughout the school im- mediately upon distribution were also new. Among the added features was a regular Athlete Qty Month selection, the first going to basketball player Mike Schimmels. Included among the more "controversial" articles were those appearing in a special eight page issue of the newspaper that covered the election results. 'P'-'nl' Mr. Antunez reviews some copy. EDITORS: Pat Chastek, Jerry Baldasty, John Thiebes, Randy Dahmen, Tony Behrens, Greg Leland. Honor Seminar The 1965-66 session of Father Twohy's Honor Seminar operated with a smaller number of participants but all involved felt that discussion was carried through to a greater depth as a result. Among the philosophical topics covered were Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics and Politics, and Plato's Republic. Discussion also briefly involved other ideas of the Ancients. The connection betweenrthe "good life" and the various kinds of social and political order men can devise was also thoroughly covered by the interested students. ' LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Canning, Richard E. Twohy, S. J. fSerninar directorj, Mark Desrnarais, and Dave Cullen. Not present for the picture were Jirn Deshane, Ed Lamb, Rich Skalstad, John Rudolf, am Bill Reirson. KH J,-P' Racer Timm Frederickson displays trophies won at the 1966 Mt. Spokane Giant Slalom Derby. Timm placed third on the first day of the competition for intermediate boys and second on the next day, giving him a third place finish for the combined standings. Timm ranks with the best of a hundred-odd skiers at Prep. l 71 IA ' Q! Go- his LEFT TO RIGHT: John Dodson, Warren Riggers, Kris Kragelund, Marla Meeks, Kevin O'Neill, Pat Ye1 Bernie King, Paul Weller, Shane O'Neill, Stephanie Brown, Tess Young, Jim Albo, Mike McGreevy, Semerad, Jane Brickner, Michelle Bruya, Barb Marchant, Kathy Craigen, Tim Hickey, Tom Meerj Paul Wasson, Bridget Donahoe, Pat Vane, Bev Brown, Julie Black, Chuck Gordon, Irene Endresenf Haworth, Pete Weller, Peggy Vedder, Dave Moyer, Chris Coble. .AI BGW Shikany, er, Sandy 5 Caudill, etti, Bill This year Gonzaga Prep's drama department, under the direction of Mr. Robert Jones, S. J. , took a giant step forward. With the help of an enthusi- astic and spirited turn-out, it was able to stage a magnificent production of the musical, FINIAN'S RAINBOW. Dozens of eager Prepsters showed up for the try-outs, vying with each other for the leads in the play, confidently and unashamedly displaying their talents. Marycliff High School and Holy Names Academy provided abundant talent for the female leads. In fact, there was so much talent that four girls took turns playing the two female leads. And, by their hard work and concentration during rehearsals, the girls set the pace for the Prepsters in the cast. The result was a perform- ance of outstanding merit, another in the tradition of fine dramatics being built up at Gonzaga Prep. The natural acting ability displayed by many of the underclassmen foretells great things for the future of drama at Gonzaga Prep. And the success of the performances of FINlAN'S RAINBOW indicates that there are students and directors interested in drama and willing to put in long, tedious hours blocking and talking, rehearsing and cursing, until a performance worthy of public presentation is ready. it iw V gm S Dennis Shine threatens Rex Martin while Kevin Williams stares on in a trance. Another brilliant move by Kev. C 99 'The Chess Game 1 ii 66 Kim Clefton "Watch out, Bill, it might be alive!" In the Z one" Jack Fischer Bgb Small Bill Haworth BA Mr. Patrick Cavanaugh Director FRONT: Dave Miller, Bob Sexton, Larry Anderson, Paul Albright, Tom Crooks, John Mantello, Bob Agostinelli, Jim Krumsick. SECOND ROW: John Gamon, Byron Miller, Steve Bambino, GeorgeJohnson. THIRD ROW: Chuck Gordon, Bill Codd, Charles Schmidt, Glenn Lench, Ed Tiesse, Monte Philips, Steve Arnold, Walt Ebel, Tom Kriimsiek, Steve Olivet, Mike Kinzer. t 4 '54 one, a two, "Oornph" a three.. . " "Pipe down over there. " ' ,1 5' GLEE CLUB 1 A A Q FIRST ROW: Dale Schmidt, Kevin O'Neill, Bert Small, Pete Weller, Paul Weller. SECOND ROW: Jim Romain, Greg Goeden, Bob Christenson, Steve Olivet, Bob Small, Dan Cunningham, Jim Albo, Greg Harper. THIRD ROW: Jim Rooney, Ken Braya, Greg Lundqaist, Pat Chastek, Tom Nash, Bob Wilson,Guy LaVoie, Tom Meersman, Warren Riggers, Ed Lamb. BACK ROW: Mike O'Donnell, Randy Parks, Doug Leonetti, Lon Reillo, Dennis Broderick, Terry Finnerty, Rex Martin, Steve Bellinghausen, Tim Hickey, Pat Vane, Bob Hinnenkamp. Mr. Wallace Brant, S. J. This year the Glee Club, under the supervision of Mr. Wallace Brant, S. J. , began its year of musical endeavor by providing a number of fine voices for the Drama Department's production of "Finian's Rainbow." The Glee Club has given several per- formances this year including a program of several numbers at the Associates' Banquet, a command performance for the Philomathea Club, and Christ- mas Carols sung for the people in a couple old folks' homes. Mr. Brant has kept the Glee Club moving forward with newer and more enjoyable music, music enjoyed by the students and parents alike at various social and school functions. "Ns x Mr. Kurt Kriirnholtz Advisor SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS: Bob Kelly, Greg Williams, Tinzrn Fredrickson, and Tim Daly. Knights of Science v-2 4. 'Yku ll fi, Roan f 4, X F3 A "FQ: FRONT ROW: Bob Johnson, Dennis Broderick, Greg Lundquist, Dave Finn, Kelly Berg, Greg Kroinholtz Kermit Chica, Terry Berg, Randy Dahnien, Pal Chastek. BACK ROW: Monte Philips, Bruce McGinnis, Greg Bueltner, Jerry Kampa, Arthur Fry, Earle Carroll, Mike Berry, Sleue Goebel, Stn Hennessey. 80 Bob Coda hides his favorite magazine with a fake cover. Fix Lawrence Haffie, S. J. Advisor CAMERA CLUB Each year the camera club pro- duces the majority of pictures that are seen in the Luigian and Gonzagan. This devoted group works many long hours in attempts to make successive deadlines for Prep's chronicles. Their work for this issue of the Luigian was easily the best ever in the history of the club. l- fra'-'F'f" FRONT ROW: Bob Codd, Pat McCa1ftan. BACK ROW: John W6iS67ZbMTg6T, Jack Chasse. - 81 .vw .QL -411 at 7 K l H L99 iv . ' ix 4, 4125 V, 2 W .v,,,,W..,,.. WMM- Dwi' A A V, u 4- - A 'Aff ,., . ' .. .f . ,, 5 -"' 1 ' ,, . f N K ' ML- ' . , - - ., Z- , N , ,.m,,r 4 .. , ,.,. .. ., .. ..,p-: -145 Nw M L3..J,,m1g U - V ,. V f: .. . , I b- 5- , - 1 R, 5 -A V- - I f Q' "-kh ' Q58 ,W A A " . , f H? -'5 H - -f f' . . ':'i"W:. :f: """'2b' NK 'QFQJ :"':af " - f:-"'.F1?, w-GL., :7:i',21:5I.:'1 V' S1117-L, . - QQ! f ,W .1 K' N, 14 : Sm- 'Q gm N ' 82 1 MV .M The Gonzaga spirit has and always will be the greatest single factor of SPORTS in this city. It is fighting with bulldog determination, never giving up, even when it looks hopeless, and winning or losing with the grace and kind- ness of Christian gentlemen. 83 FGGTBALL 1 XE 'fiifjk f I' , x 7 . if I - ' P1fep's strong side moves out. Prep 's mascot! T The 1965 Gonzaga Bullpup football machine started the season off as it has in the past, winning. They re- mained undefeated and untied throughout the entire season of nine games. In the opener against Rogers, the Zags rolled to an impressive 46-14 win with Tim Hess moving the team to their first victory. This was a sign of things to come. It was a field day for comparatively new faces in the backfield. Dave Reil, Roger Felice, and Don Rosselet carried the ball for the majority of Gonzaga's yardage. They showed how explosive the Zags could be, at any time. A tight defensive battle evolved in the second game with North Central. In a low scoring game the Gonzaga defense flexed its muscles, proving it as a deciding factor in later season games. The Zags won 27-7. In the third game with Shadle Park, Gonzaga came as close to defeat as possible in a scoring battle that will long be remembered by Spokane sports fans. 'Iwo perfectly thrown passes by Q. B. Hess to Nick Scarpelli, who made spectacular catches on both, proved to be the winning factor, along with Reed fThe Toej Drexel, who kicked a field goal that proved to be the winning margin, 29-26. Prep hardly had gotten their breath back, when on came the Tigers of L. C. With a hard running backfield, L. C. equaled each score by Gonzaga. But, finally the defense got hold of themselves, and stopped L. C. for a 28-20 victory. 4 Oriard snares pass for touchdown. Coach Frazier gives Venie a pep talk. 'vas Rosselezf breaks another tackle. Next came not-so-bad Ferris. Underdogs all sea- son, they needed a big win. Tim Hess had himself another fine afternoon, proving himself to be a great quarterback in leading the explosive Pups to a 47-13 wallop. By now the name of Gonzaga was creeping up the Top Ten in the State. The team seemed to under- stand this and thoroughly trounced Rogers for a second time, 44-6. Perhaps the most important game of the season was next. It was with the only title contender, Shadle Park. They had been waiting for Prep ever since their first match. But Prep was also waiting for them. Defense was the key word for this game. On that great defensive effort were players like Leroy Allen, and Ralph Weir, who continually har- assed Shadle runners. Mike Dempsey and Will Scott deserve most of the credit, however, as they held Jerry Hendren fall-city endj to very few pass receptions and they both got an interception off him. Drexel's consistant kicking again made the differ- ence in the score which finally wound up 14-12. Migaki follows G-Prep interference. A i. .A . , fm I ES K z fm! l A it N-3 i fs 0 Q f up Hr, W- , , x I+ 'ol my 4185 51 ,-,g 4, .4- 1 GN- QQ GONZAGA: Opponents: 46 27 29 28 47 44 14 21 27 Rogers North Central Shadle Park Lewis gl Clark Ferris Rogers Shadle Park North Central Lewis 8: Clark STATE GRID POLL Seattle Prep GONZAGA Stadium Bremerton Davis 14 7 26 20 13 6 12 O O 207 194 178 138 106 in 1 FRONT ROW: Bernie McGinn, Will Scott, Mike Oriarcl, Mike Dempsey, Steve Maher, ROW: Steve Olivet, Joe Jakubiak, Tom Krumsick, Rob Wert, Mike Venie,' Ricci DiSte THIRD ROW: Mr. Bill Frazier, Brad Reynolds, Leroy Allen, Steve Northeott, Byron Mi Fredrickson, John Bowen, George Johnson, Dan Mueller, Denny Rucker, Brother Gerald Su Terry Sirois, Don Ressa, Jack Fischer, Pat Weller, Howie Johnson, Fred Hare. r l l l K HELL ' Mark Powers, Steve Laney, Dave Ayers, Tim Finherty, Don Rosselet, Bo Via. SECOND Harper, Dave Reil, Mike Aquino, Ray Hare, Pete Conlin, Den Long, Mr. Joseph Vfaltner. ,f Johnston, Rick Pettigrew, Bernie Gallagher, Tim Hess, Pat Maggart, Ron Migaki, Kevin . FOURTH ROW: Ed Mueller, Read Drexel, Nick Searpelli, Roger Felice, Mark DeVVood, Q A M- CITY STANDINGS W GONZAGA 9 Shadle Park 7 North Central 3 Lewis 8: Clark 3 Rogers 3 Ferris 1 A 5 W 1? 5 3' M, I I fm . grwx 3 fa ,, 1' 4. , Q 2 5? 5, ul -.I lv' as 3' Q. gl 3 Rosselel ouhfzms L. C. defenders to the goal line Conlin and Orimfd look for blocks, while Scavpelll cuts up field. 1 5 if z .E WT' i I Sweeney grabs loose ball and carries it into the end-zone. Kvfumsick eludes pirate defenders. Gonzaga Prep's B-Squad Football Team has, through the coaching of Mr. James Mertens and Mr. Charles Peterson, Com- pleted an undefeated, untied season. The team showed outstanding spirit and drive combined with ability and size. Gonzaga Opponents 20 Mead 14 14 C . V . 7 20 Shadle 0 46 W. V. 27 28 L . C . 8 33 Mead 13 27 Univ. 7 19 N. C. 6 39 Rogers 7 5 1' Bergman heads for open field. Kelly and referee signal Hart's score. FIRST ROW: Bernie McGinn, Lon Sisich, Jim Sweeney, Pat Hough, John Poppy, Frank O'Neill, Dick Sonte- grath, Mark McConnell, John Osborne, Jack Ferrante, Kit Latta. SECOND ROW: Dan Weiler, Steve Gray- hek, Denny Glass, Dan Sheehan, Jim Lzlby, Wally Morgan, Randy Fillingem, Dan Danforth, Pat Weller, Paul Cane, Jim Krzimsick, George Qziiggle, Dan Dnnnigan, Stan Mackin. THIRD ROW: Mr. Jim Mertens, Greg Geisa, Dan Corkery, Dan Hart, Greg Leland, Tom Lamp, Eric Kelly, Phil Knder, Tim Hickey, Bob Wil- son, Mike Nelson, Harry Curran, Den Breslin, Dave Oxford, Kev Reidy, Mr. Charles Peterson S. J. FOURTH ROW: John Kennedy, Mark Tompson, Gary Morley, John Lynch, Mark Higgins, John Stoeser, Dan Cunningham, Steve Martin, Jim Weiver, Bryan Scott, Rich Brickner, Steve Lobdell, Jim Bergman, Tirn Vedder. Marievf dashes fmf afizfst down. 4-is . . - 58 Koenigs maneuvers for touchdown pass. The Gonzaga Prep Freshman Football Team, coach- ed by Mr. Guy DiJulio, S.J. , and Mr. Frank Case, S. J. , completed an undefeated, untied, unscored-on season for the second consecutive year. The size and agility of the line, the speed and ability of the backs, and the spirit of the entire team, on and off the playing field, indicate Gonzaga Prep football dominance for the future. Gonzaga Opponents 14 Rogers 0 13 N. C. 0 19 Ferris 0 47 L.C. 0 FIRST ROW: Terry Neiswender, Mark Sutton, Kyle Hare, Jinz Mellgard, Bob Engle, Bob Hess, Tini J. Quinn, John Seaver, Sean Brooks, Gary Blunznzert, Tinz T. Quinn, Lance Yohannan, Dan Denelo. SECOND ROW: Tony Elliott, Tom Nash, Larry Finley, Bob Wolf, Len Riggin, Tinz Williams, Ron Richardson, Art Berry, Larry Stokke, Bob Smith, Mike Sullivan, Doug McLeod, Bernard Wissink, Jesse Caldufell, Andy Kerr. THIRD ROW: Mr. Guy DiJulio S. J. , Bob Herron, Mike Kinnie, Rocky Whitcher, Mike McGee, Paul Koenigs, Dan Sullivan, Lee Urbaniak, Cl'W'Marier, Dave Miller, Steve Arnold, Jeff Pozvers, Ed Tiesse, Jolzn Gordon, Mr. Frank Case S. J. FOURTH ROW: Jim Cooper, Tinz Kula, Alan Walker, Mike Mayer, Pat McLean, John Brunelle, Ray Erickson, Tinz Hare, John Flanigan, Walt Maykoivskyj, Robin Hoisington, Wally Kosteka, Tony Neunzayer. Missing: Dan Corkery. ,W-NL Engle refuses to watch jolting tackle. ALL- ...G CITY Tim Hess, Quarterback Mike Oriard, Emi All-Siaie fn Greg Harper, Guard Dave Reil, Flankerback Don Rosselet, Haljback All-State Nick Scarpelli, End Rick Pettigrew, Guard I TRAMURAL FOOTBALL puns... I s M ff , , xg ' ' f:,..:: ' yW,. will Z fi lg, A B451 ' A 5. V ,jk if - nv K I 2- I V' 1, ' V I I lk ' I 3"'h. w"2 I . . 5 . - I V 1 'Z , f -fe 5 i fl - , ' fu 'N N N. v- , k v .I VK 1 wma , w ..e .T in i B . in wx L T :I ' W I 1. ' ' .Q as W V A - 1 K . f Q I 4, , A A , V I 3 UPPER DIVISION ALL-STARS FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM Rob Higgins Frank Yohannon Tom Breen Steve Rekofke Jerry Kuntz Bob Green Ted Carl Joe Schwab Tim Fredrickson Monte McConnell Mark Desmarais QCAPTAINQ Steve Indjgerd John Ehrhardt Mike Farrell Jerry Welch Jerry Breen MG 1' in +I- 'Iwq I I-M SPORTS COMMITTEE: Nick Scarpelli, Rick DiStefano, Tim Hess, Read Dvexel, Bo Via, Jack Fischer. Missing: Dave Reil. 97 Tomfnament Champions -- Room 78 R. B. 'S Swamp-Stompers 10 1 1 R-B'S 8 2 2 Mean Guys 8 2 2 Heretics 6 2 4 Grape Stompers 7 2 3 Les Maudites 4 1 7 Amoebas 6 4 2 Malthusians 4 6 2 Fungus-Weeds 4 8 0 A-Go-Goes 3 6 2 Garlic-Snappers 2 8 1 Gold-Fingers 1 9 1 Strombolies 0 11 0 Loco-Yokels D-J Supporters Go-Getters Raiders Hunica's JB Sz Ten Fifths Undertakers Loesch's Lyons Purple-Jocks He11's Angels Nequams Fire-Eaters Yardbirds 51, . ?3" 5'5'- -5' '-'ffl' 12:4 1 ' -ff L. . 3 . ,.,... i 2 , 151' M my , ,www QM.-Q f 4 . vM,,.b , 1 ,mrN"' , : mn- W New N 4 - ., ,M fw- 3 ' 'ff' , ffmv -If . A .. W' V K' Q if S,LY I J P Lg5,h.,3? L g2kL L 5 im-, f vv . WH ' ' Q W ,, JA V " A " 1 , ' H , V-'Lv , H . , I .W.L ,.,:W,.-,.,'.q3., f , , -, ff , . gV,W,W,,yf, , , x ,I 'SNSUNWN Q. A 3 ,vw vig' - 1 ww- W Af,,1L ,. QXLVVL 5 , ,Vm,AK 51 K V AAVA ,. . zf L,Hffge,w . f. s fin-1 Lfa.: ' f w:125w15QeesWLr ' ,,, W .,',f::,:zvvlQ?f2 -Q. T Q ' lg:-,,,+1,Q:',, 'awmywzw?fsJ::1:.f-wilww? W W 4' . Y . , ,,, L , , fwwfrs - wwf M 4 k W ky i, K ,gJ,,WggW,,4,,u f',,.W www-- .- --M, v 1sgq:f,,.-,W,, ,. ram ? 1. FIRST ROW: Terry Kelly, Ron Edwards, Dick Denenny. SECOND ROW Jim Haynes, Earle Carroll, Joe Shogun. THIRD ROW: Steve Bellinghausen coach Robert Cooper. Cross Country Varsity practice , FIRST ROW: Mike Fitzpatrick, Ray Mackin, John MacPherson, Greg Kromholtz, Dave Finn, Bill Choma. SECOND ROW, Stu Hennessey. FIRST ROW: Randall Brown, Jim Shogun, Mark Via, Doug Cassette, Mark Kabiak. SECOND ROW: Jerry Shogan, John Fissler, Dan Kligel, Ed De- vine. THIRD ROW: Mike Maher, John Julian, Clyde Albright, Charles Gordan. FOURTH ROW: John Pope, Jim McCarry, Fr. Schlirn. F5 f 'H 532, -wma M Corcoran soavs to control tip Scarpelli ozctleaps defender. The Gonzaga Prep basketball team opened the season on a winning note, by defeating Wallace and Post Falls. The following week-end urged on by their new coach Clark Irwin, the mighty Bullpups went up against Uni- versity. Once unleashed, they dominated the court, and with a 54 to 39 victory, boosted their record to 5 and 0. The following week-end ended our winning streak, as the West Valley Eagles aced out the Pups 52-44. The Bullpups entered the Christmas tourney and defeated N.C. 60-48, and Pullman 67-61. They booted their last game by a score of 54-49, and ended up third over all. 1 On January 7th, following a very spirited pep rally, the l Bullpups avenged their loss to Rogers by defeating them 1 67-40. Next, against Mead at West Valley a fine bit of T ball handling and pressure shooting by Nick Scarpelli and Jim Corcoran put Prep into overtime with the Panthers. But overtime proved too much as Mead slipped in three quick points to win 65-62. The following two games C.V. ai1d'L.C. slithered by 50-32 and 71-55. Next, Prep stomped N. C. 69-50 with the help of Joe Pupo's superb shooting. The following week proved disastrous as Ferris overpowered Prep 54-52 with two seconds left. Rated as underdogs the Bullpups took on Shadle Park. Sparked up by a pep rally, spirit day festivities, the fgirlj cheerleaders, a skit, and a car bashing, the Bullpups led by Mike Schimmels and Tom Blaine, went out and snuck past Shadle 59-58 in overtime. Next, against Rog- ers, at the Kennedy Pavillon, the tables were turned asan overtime score, 56-54 indicated with Rogers on top. Next, taking on Mead,the Bullpups sought Panther blood and found it 62-53. They did this by shooting a torrid 53 per cent. In the final game of the season Prep was unable to outscore a blazing C. V. team and lost 70-57. Pupo shoots while Scavpelli maneuvers intoposition. 103 N I ,I :PW we? KNEELING: Sanz Via, Bob Delaney, Bob Frank, Nick Scarpelti, Jin1AZbo, Mike Aquino, Jinz Corcoran, Jolin Mantelto. STANDING: Duane West, Mike Denipsy, Dave Menard, Toni Blaine, Walt Ebel, Joe Pupo, Mike Sclzinznzels, Jin1Sweeney, Mr. Clark Irwin. ,J ' T:"K b 'H , 1 6 so ya, .,, as . A I 5 i b 2 Q! Corcoran tips wliile Menard and Dempsey watcn. Prep's lightning press. Blaine sinks a cripple. Q . 'F - nmfd from the cmfnev GONZAGA 85 Wallace 46 Post Falls 69 Wallace 60 Post Falls 54 University 44 W. V. 60 N. C. 48 67 Pullman 49 Rogers 54 The "Cat" Blaine puts one over N. C. 's defense. . QRE 3 ,AK K Corcovfan outjumps defender for 3 point play GONZAGA Rogers Mead C. V. L. C. N. C. Ferris Shadle West Valley Rogers Mead C. V. - Q UA Kudev lofts one while Sisiclz watches. , I I W.- Laney sinks a hook Sisich for two. GONZAGA Wallace Wallace Post Falls Post Falls Shadle Rogers L. C. W. V. Ferris Mead University N. C. Shadle Rogers L. C. W. V. C. V. Ferris C. V. Mead University KNEELING: Pat Vane, Jim Blaine, Tom Cochran, Joe Wood, Bruce Cole, Maurice Jones, Lew Sisich STANDING.- Mr. Bob Cooper, Jon Sherburne, Harry Curran, Jim Engel, Chris Laney, Phil Kader Mark Thompson. Mockel makes a cripple. Bmfchers controls tip. GONZAGA North Pines Greenaores Salk Glover Shaw L. C. Rogers Shaw Glover Ferris SITTING: Tony Elliott, Robin Hoisinglon, John Lollis, John Bifunelle, John Flanigan, Tim Williams KNEELING: Paul Koenigs, Tom Taylor, Bob Hess, Bob Engel, T'lHlQIll7l71, Dan Scrhimmels. STANDING Fif. Paul Filleifeif S.J., Dave Miller, Dale Boifcheifs, Rudy Mockel, Ga'1'yBrajciclz, Mike McGee,Lee Uifbaniak. Quinn lays one np. Koenigs takes a jumper. X - , Lx. 111 13:1 Intramural Basketball Dan Mellon R- Disfefano Sam Via Tim Hess S. Rekoflee SECOND TEAM Sparky Powers 180y Jerry Frank 1483 Den Perma 1485 Roger Felice 1781 Steve Stroyan 1483 Jack Sheehan 1303 Doug Brajcich 1485 TOM BVGGH Mike Oriard TOP FIVE ROOMS 1. Rm 77 "Ma1thusians" 110-2-OJ 2. Rm 79 "Little Oly Sz the Four Dotters" 110-2-05 3. Rm 48 "Swamp-stompers" 19-3-Oy 4. Rm 30 "Green Weenies" 18-3-lj 5. Rm 78 "R-B's" 16-5-ly ROOM 48 - TOURNEY CHAMPS Doug Brajcich Torn Breen Steve Stroyan Dan Penna Jerry Frank Timm Frederickson ROOM 77 - LEAGUE CHAMPS Paul Pluth Bob Berger Will Scott Dick Mize Rich Hottell 'Hi A 41 4162: QR QF' lv FLM BASEBALL Jack Ferrante Joe Pupo 5 I H-....,.,,,,Ad I 5-H-M-..M.... qs Marc De Wood Nick Scarpelli Nick Scavpelli Joe Pupo Don Ressa Roger Felice TRACK 2 E E , ,: .... ki ' - If L - ,,..,.'.., J g. 5, 'Shi N54 . 3 2 iff . Q -,R ggi Lg R 'XXX 1 fagwfgmgsw '1 K , x -' . Q ,. K mf, K r F Y f- s X K, 4 P . Q X 1 5 if H" ,.-4, -1 ' "2-vi" -Q. ,W ,gm 2 1, , 2 fr K, rx in , ,aa Q 'E gi- ll vim, AM 4, ,4 ' ' 'M ,A ,. fag K J fa, I . .Q . ff -N ww x ' - , M , . if f 1 1 W'-M ' 7' 'fu . ' ' - f pk ,Mi . i FIRST ROW: Rich Skalstad, Clark Richards, John Sieverts, Mike Skalstad. SECOND ROW Toni Cochran, John Hinshaw, Bill Bley, Bob Berger. Q, Z 'f C 5. .4 I lx . Q, - 3 . X Q, , What a powerful serve! Phil Carstens Jack Sheehan Mike Gronnebek GULF FIRST ROW: Toin Truscott, Dick Roberts, Rob Broasseau, Phil Carstens, Bob Parker, Fr. Pat Chruch, S.J. SECOND ROW: Bill Leslie, John Neoers, Fr. Frank Case, S. J., Toni Aslin, John Rudolf, Dave McGee, Bill Reierson, Dan Penna, Jack Sheehan, Mike Gronnebek. MISSING: Doug Brajcich. ,lwwm-sap 32 3 1628353101 '7'F"" I, -' 'Avi ! P lx 1 af Q W .Q , if , , W, FIRST ROW: Bob Herron, Doug Cosette, DanDanelo, Andy Kerr, Steve Peplinski, Garry Finley. SECOND ROW: Steve Bellinghausen, Bob Parker, Mike Fitzpatrick, Mark Thompson, Bill Chorna, Stan Mackin, Bernie McGinn, Bo Via. THIRD ROW: Brad Reynolds, Duane West, Fred Finley, John Mantello, Sanz Via, Den Rucker. MA AGERS Duane West and Brad Reynolds, veteran three year managers. f 1 E K R I : ' Q u , : v:i.:5,- V, x I S x T l,,, T lv' .Q - f .g,.':fi- , , 4 - ' fix?-211, Qs f f.fl1f2fQ:l1Lif5Q2i,v 21-my ,wifi-1'viwzv-LSL"l'f 1' v1fQfw,:.,.4 K I-L. 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' " 9- ' " I A ,Ak f Q M , , K VVL' ' ,V A , f ' , , ,gy U 1 - f X -Q , 'fm Veg ? -ff " . 'Qlsf Q ' Y A V AJ LM , Q V rf ' H+ 1 , W i 1 f 1 EQ - ', .' X H A .' ' fr, , 2?,,U 'ting 13.':3'- "X .-, ' " , 0 'S 9-. V i Q5 , Mg , W It V h in V K K , ,V K L -X N V. gi' kkyk 16 n 5 . . . 214, If S L. X 5 55 'i M' X V fy V A 2 gt I L W Q It V M .: . + f 252' . . 8 m y r Wg W W ge, sb in ,,..,,, f fl " A ' ' M. Q.. L Wa. ' The Gonzaga spirit on the field of athletic competition has always been equaled by the spirit of the CLASSES in the stands. The other schools in the city are three times larger than we are, and their volume almost equals that of our long-winded student body. A r f QD,-fs Mike Agostinelli 5 B 3,55 I V V Jim Albo Tom Bellinger Steve Be llingliazis en JU CRS . Q Steve Allen 1 Larry V: Anderson i ff: rr - 1 Bob 2 ii XY Anderson V , Q gf f ff. 3.1324 .' Mike ' Aquino ,Q A Dave Ayres 124 fe 5 wx Q E 2 Pat Bergin Jim Bergman Mike Berry Pat Binder Tom Black J i nz Blaine Tom Bolin Steve Boznbino Tom Boot Dan Bosch Jack Boughter Tom Boulac John Bowen Chuck Bown Steve Bradley Jerry Breen Denis Breslin Mike Brickner Mike Brogan Stu Brown W, 2 ,,., W A R t ' Ken Bruya Sophomore Larry Bryant Denny Barns Dan Cane Tom Cane Ted Carl Earle Carroll Bob Conley Pete Conlin Jim Corcoran Ke v Corkery Sophomore Jerry Crick Steve Cripe Tom Crooks Dan Cunningham Randy Dahmen Den Desmarais Rick DiSiefan0 R ead Drexel Herb Druffel Jim Engel Paul Espe Bob Eugene Dave Faraca Jack Ferrante Tim Finnerty Tim Fitzgerald Bob Frank Kev Fredrickson Rich Freeberg Bill Garvin Ron Gasper Dave Geisbush Richard George Jim Giampietri Paul Gibbons Steve Goebel Greg Goeden Rick Goodwin Frank Granger Mark Gravbrot Bo Green Tom Gregory Mike Gronnebec Kim Guyor Dave Halpin Mike Hammes Ray Hare Greg Harper John Heintz J eff Heisig Stu Hennessey Jim Henry Tim 5 Hickey in . Robert Hinnenkamp John Hinshaw Pat Hoy f' R Joe 5 E Imhoff . X S- x i "Nothing I got for Xmas fit. " A' ...Q J Joe Jakubiak J ewy Kanipa George Johnson Howie Johnson Bob Johnson Goifdie Johnston Jim Jones Tewy Kelly Jim Kennedy Mike Kilbuifg Mike Kinzeif Dick Kopet Paul LaConzbe Toni Lamp Mike Lanway Guy LaVoie Bob Leonetti Bill Leoneiti Bill Leslie Denny Long Lonnie Luce Ray Mackin Bob MacPherson Pat M aggart . is 5 W X A 2 35. fi 21. Chris Mather Dave McGee Pat Mc Gourin Mike McGreevy Torn Me ers man Ron Migalei John Mitchell Steve Moore Bill Morse Dan Mueller Tirn Merwin Jim Muz atko .,.t,.M -M-f he fzfiifrfssffha 1-12255525 'CI' h Chris Owen fl of L l v Bob Parker 'il Ron Paxton 'Ts Mister looking ?" Jim Peterson Mike Pat Nelsen O'Connor Bob Pfeifer Jerry Mike Newton O'Donnell S 5 ' Monte Phillips Steve Vyof , A L,V, Steve Northcott Olivet O John I Provinsal John Dick O ,. Nystuen O 'Neill 2 Q' George Quiggle Dick Jim O'Brien Owen Z Dave Reil 3 Don 1 Ressa Y Clark ' Richards W Bob Richardson Warren R iggers Don Ringley WV Bill Roberts Don Rosselet Mike Ryan Jim Schinznzels Jay Scotti Bill Shaeffer Nornz Sheehan Mike Skalsiad Steve Slatt Bob Small John Stafinbil J inz Sweeney Father Masterson returns for the Junior retreat fy, 'x 9: A, gg , E Pai Sweeny John Thiebes Mark Thompson Jack Tritt "Yecch! !" Tom Truscott Mark Vaccara Pat Vane B0 Via u,,., , if ,f - 'fre-,Y 6 . 9,6 Q . 9 Y A X-. f N. L arry Vol land Nick Wagner J i rn Wardian Paul Was son Pat Weller J im Wieber Bill Yarwood Torn Yed inak Tom Agnew Matt Arnold Al Andersen Tom Aslin Jerry Baldasty Bob Barnett Bob Baxley Q vw Bruce A Berg li . . Bob is ' Bergman GPH X' Jim Betts Nick Bode pf , X: X Jim V Bos ' ,ky Jim Bosch Mike Rich Brennan Rick Brickner Mike Burke tt Terry Burns Paul Cane Tom .ng Canni Dave t 1. m 5 Ja 5 23 is ? 1 '- 'V s N 'eff Az A -mf .Y Q Bossio Carroll I I "Fake right lg' v 'Fr -V ,Q , 5 . and go left!' John Chasse Bill Chorna Bob Chris tens on Kim Clefton Torn Cochran 'DG . 4 si-.f J! 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' Jim Steve Lyons Mather Mike Mike Mahar Mayer Y 'J ,, , Mike Walt Maher Maykowskyj Lg ' czaf Jim Marier McCarry K- . 3, A ' -' fig ki ff: Craig F .L Mike Masteller , McDonell Mike Dave McGee Miller John Tom McGovern Mille? Steve J im McKenna Millgafd Pat Ron McLean Mischel Doug Rudy McLeod Mockel Mike Mosely Charles Murphy Bob Nad vorni ck Tom Nash Terry Neiswender "You boys are sore losers--at least you will be. " ff 5 qi Terr . . h J06 Eugene . A , I J. ij ' ff we . ' ' ' A . Meersman .I ,mx L Montana Neumayey Kilim gal! 4 -if J. P "' X sg Xa vfii 4,-gg if Q ii W y 'Anybody seen my contact?" John Nevers Tony Newton ai V Doug O 'Coyne . Kevin - 0 'Neill Q 7 Q Shane X4 0 'Neill Steve Ouimette Randy Parks Steve Peplinski Mike Peterson Jerome Pluth . . . . k -v K 'ST ,, ig T it - 'A 'iwii-12 4235, ' g2552 ,:2f.5i' . -' S521 QW. ff -. , John Pope Dick Powell Jeff Powers Ron Provinsal Tim Quinn Tim Quinn Larry Reuthinger Ron Richardson Leonard Riggin Glen Robisch Jim Rooney Mark Rorvig Steve Rowse Randy Saccomanno John Samsel Dave Scarpelli Dan JUIZH Schzrnmels Sefwet' Charles John Schmidt Serben Dale Scott Schmidt Sherburne Lyle Jode Schwartzenb erger Sh09Wlak67' Peter J' JQWY Schweda Shogun "Heads up, Handsome!" Jim Shogan Larry Sigafoos Bill Silvernail Bob Simonsen Bill Sleeth Q 179' Q Bert Small Bob Smith Dan Spru te Bill Stevens Gary Steward Tom Stewart L arry Stokke Steve Strange Dan Sullivan Mike Sullivan Mark Sutton Jim Taylor Tom Taylor Mike Terhaar Ke ith Terris Bruce Thompson Ed Tiesse Mark Tonkovich Russ Trebby John Trottier Bill Trousdale Lee Urbaniak John Vaccaro Scott Valley Mark Via Alan Walker Ron Wallace Jack Wardian Stan Weisbeck Pat Welch Paul Weller Peter Weller ,,,., X, Q , '-fv, f-Mm Q W'f1'1 f - my aim-ff 1 -f fy, --:xg i ND l' + L 1, K Q if fr , .1 .ggg-ML. , :A ,::- if Ci X' Y' N f I K, Martin Werr Lyle Whitcher Tim Williams Bernard Wis s ink Greg Woodard Bob WOU Lance Yohannan Vince Zimmer Q x 1 .,.. , ,. Q at 7 H L, H 1 il 5 5: 4 Q m y E Lg .Q 55,3 My , V ,. , Mm E 'S f-mawauvuflvillnhniq, ...mm ,M W 154 .M ff, N , ..: N' "V 'Q M .VW ' 5 wig? if as - - M -gavdgx ,Vi , 3 -L p, M all -L L 1. 4 H Gonzagans have made sacrifices to come to Gonzaga, and the FACULTY has made many sacrifices so that there is a Gon- zaga to come to. Gonzaga's faculty is spirit personified. They take a personal interest in Gonzagans in and out of class. They aren't just teachers. They are something more. They are friends. Fif. Daniel C. Weber, S. J. Rectoif-President Fif. William E. Hayes, S. J. FV. Michael G. Meififimaii, S.J Pifiizcipal Vice-Principal wwf Www ww- vw ,.,,, , .ww- Mr. Roy L. Antunez, S. J. Mr. Wallace R. Brant, S. J. French, Egnlislz Religion GONZAGAN Sodality, Glee Club Mr. Terence D. Bunten, S. J. History Tennis ,X Fr. Donald R. Cadden, S. J. History Knights of the Leash 157 I Mr. Francis E. Case, S. J. Latin Frosh Football Mr. Patrick W. Cavanaugh English Band Fr. Michael B. Collins, S.J. English Fr. Patrick E. Church, S. J. French Golf Mr. Robert E. Cooper History Cross-Country B'Squad Basketball Fr. Dominic G. Doyle, S.J Religion, English l iv-mm ,Qumr- Fr. Francis J. Falsetto, S. J. Physics Mr. Guy T. D1LIulio, S.J. Math, Latin Frosh Football, Pep Club Mr. Jerome P. Firnstahl, S.J. English Tennis, ESPRIT Fr. L. Paul Fitterer, S. J. Religion Frosh Basketball Sql e Mr. William H. Frazier Mr. Edward R. Goldian, S.J Typing French Head Coach: Football, Baseball Prom Committee Fr. Lawrence N. Haffte, S. J. English Camera Club Q Fr. Patrick D. Hopper, S.J Mathematics pi -,.-nndlf Fr. John F. Hurley, S.J. Associate Program Mr. Clark F. Irwin English Head Coach: Basketball Fr. Harry Jahn, S. J. Athletic Director Mr. Robert J. Jones, S.J English Drama Fr. John F. Judge, S. J. Religion Mr. Kurt L. Krornholtz Chemistry Knights of Science Mr. Jerome P. LeJeune, S. J. Algebra Debate Mr. James L. Marsh, S.J English ESPRIT, Debate i I E I Mr. James F. Mertens Biology Fr. James M. McDonough, S. J. B'-gfludd Fvviball History Senior Counselor Fr. James D. Nelson, S. J. , M atlz , Religion Br. Jolm P. O'Brien, S.J Librarian Mr. Richard D. Perry, S. J. eatin, Greek LUIGIAN ' -w wzzaerg ' k1L,v:ii'5lff f :a5:'I:'.. 3' ' . lp VJ ' , I Mr. Charles J. Peterson, S. J. Latin, Greek B-Squad Football, Debate Fr. Robert J. Schlirn, S. J. Mathematics Cross-Country Fr. Wibfred P. Schoenberg, S.J Sociology Gallery of Great Men Fr. Leonard F. Sitter, S. J. Religion, Geometry ,....,.,....,,.,..,,....,c....- Fr. J. Patrick Stewart, S. J. Religion, History Librarian Fr. Ralph V. Sudnzeier, S. J. Algebra Spiritual Father Br. Gerald J. Sullivan, S. J. Physical Education Director I A r -. f , e.' ls ff U its h tif 4 3 A 31,1 M . 'LQ4 M N K 44 , . MV. Joseph L' Walmm, Fr. Victor R. Zehnder, S. J. Civics Algebra, Science Assistant Coach: Football Head Coach: Track Mr. William E. Brine TREASURER Mrs. Mary C. Kelson Mrs. Margaret E. Miller SECRETAR Y TREASURER ,Si- g M . g, Q! , ,R l , W y ' x, CY ' uw I 'AV ft K 5-'J "I f i w ' . it i 539' M 6 .E .Lf muff' It H 1 , 5 ' I rf , , Cecelia Coleman Patricia Egan Cook Cook Ethel Alban Violet Weed Cook Cook Karl Fissler Engineer 68 Jack Holz er Anton Schumacher Custodian Custodian Zeke Taylor Custodian Fr. Weber holds Gonzaga's mascot at a pep rally. Concelebration of the Mass of the Holy Spirit. 5' "Somebody get a priest 170 ADS WM.F. SPILKER 8: SONS COMMERCIAL -- INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTORS Free estimates - insurance appraisals THE STOCKYARD'S INN E. 3827 Boone Ke 4-0488 Q.x.m,, Congratulations to the class of '66 SHADLE CENTER UNIVERSITY CITY 30TH AT GRAND 35 years of experience HOUSE Q6 GY OF ALUMINUM FA 8-6270--If no answer, caII HU 3-I066 WINDOWS, DOORS gl SIDING W' 1029 Bridge Spokane E. 4517 BROADWAY KE 5-3015 u p tim my I, WWE!-9 fgz f5rr Za M026 I Q i , f , arner' L19 y UNIVERSITY Hamer's Empire Men's Store- PULLMAN I CENTER N. 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