Loyola High School - El Camino Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1956

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Everything in time has its beginning. The living spirit of a school will be found in its beginning as well as in the accumulated occurences which make up its history. Tradition gives the school its atmosphere. Loyola's tradition did not begin with the found- ing of the school almost a half century ago. Rather, it began when a nobleman from the family de Loyola in Aspeitia, Spain, found his way to the heart of Christ through prayer and suffering. The realizations upon which his close union with God developed he put down in writ- ing. These he called his "Spiritual Exercises." ln them is contained "everything that is most excellent than l can think of, feel and compre- hend in this life, to enable a man to make fruitful progress in his own soul, and be of benefit and stimulus to othersf' The truth of these words of Ignatius of Loyola has been well proved by history. Gathering a small band of men around him, Ignatius trained them accord- ing to his Exercises, and with them founded a new religious order in the Church, the Society of Jesus, known more popularly as the Jesuit Order. ln the service of the l-loly Father, lgna- DEDICATION tius and his followers sought to restore the total, integral concept of Catholicism which had grad- ually been lost by the European peoples. Chris- tianity was violently atomized with the coming of Protestantism. The Exercises of Ignatius con- tained an apt selection of those principles of Catholic tradition which could most effectively re-center Christ in European life and learning. A dynamic system of education based on these Exercises, the 'Ratio Studiorum' as it was called, was drawn up by the Jesuits. Within 8 years, 33 colleges were approved by St. Ignatius and opened before his death. The righ reputation of Jesuit schools was rapidly established throughout Europe. Today, throughout the world, the Society of Jesus, with its 32,899 members, directs 5,2il educational institutions. The 11OOth anniversary of the death of St. lg- natius has prompted the Superior General of the Jesuits to institute a world-wide celebration this year in honor of this saint. Joining in this cele- bration, in gratitude to Divine Providence for the work it has accomplished in St. Ignatius, we dedicate this book to his honor and beg his guidance and inspiration as our Patron. WHAT Foreword We have attempted in the following pages to cover as many memorable events in the school year as time and our own limitations will allow. It always happens somewhere in the creation of a school annual that somebody or something has to be left out in spite of our utmost efforts to put them in. For those who wish, vital statistics too late for publication may be written in on the end papers of the book or elsewhere at the owner's pleasure. The format of the EI Camino this year is in modern style. We have been interested in the success of the simple layouts found in the contemporary picture magazines such as Life. Without the use of ornamental cropping and placement of pictures and copy, these magazines create their popularity by the vivid and imaginative content of their photographs and the pithiness of their captions. These attractive qualities are heightened by the large spread of each picture. Contemporary annuals are also tending towards the symbolic, abstract, and impersonal type of photograph, making use of the photographic essay for strong effects. ln college annuals this approach, of course, is more appreciated. We have imitated these modern trends in this annual to some extent, although we have included much of the conventional which we think is good. Since a yearbook is a picture album, we strove to give the theme: "What Makes Loyola," proper balance. If a theme is given too much prominence, the book may lose its purpose: to illustrate people and things at Loyola in 1956. On the other hand, if a theme is lacking, the book loses its unity. We strove to avoid monotony in the pages of faculty and senior portraits by inserting snap shots con- taining human interest. Montage pictures of varsity athletes seemed popular, therefore we put forth the extra effort needed to include them. We used much natural light photography thanks to the skill of our cameramen. We hope that our E! Camino will be enioyed by everyone and that it will provide many pleasant memories in those days when the arm chair replaces the driver's seat and the gear shift becomes a cane. A.M.D I . CONTENT ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY DAD'S CLUB AND HENRY WELCH GUILD SPIRITUAL ACTIVITIES COMMUNION BREAKFAST ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES DRAMATICS ORATORY . SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS FOOTBALL . BASKETBALL BASEBALL . TRACK .... SWIMMING TENNIS .. RALLIES . . . RIFLE TEAM R.O.T.C. . . . BAND . . . CLASSES .. SENIORS .. I 5 Foiher Ford, S.J. Presiolenf THE PRES! DENT ,.---, :Ho ' it ii M15 O 145 foyofa Gzfigfi Safco! VIC! Vmiff E..i.l.vaiJ io, Amit, 6, o.i.i,.....u ff of 99-.mdmz My dear Seniors: It has been said that every life is unsatisfactory until its owner has made up his mind what to do with it. This statement is wholly true of man's primary vocation, the knowledge, love and service of God. There is an added satisfaction in having deterwined, in good time, one's secondary vocation, be it doctor or tradesman, lawyer or machinist, etc. This secondary vocation may be a livelihood, or a way of life, but it is not a 'life'. It is a means to an end, man's primary vocation, the glory of God. My dear Seniors, your faculty is deeply interested in you and in your future. Your particular career in life is important to them, surely. what matters most to them, however, is how you will live your lives relative to your eternal life. Through the intercession of the Blessed Mother, your faculty prays that our Lord shower His choicest blessings upon you. It prays that your motto, here, uAd Majorem Dei Gloriamu, will ever be your goal, the sum of your best aspirations and highest purpose, wherever you go, whatever you do. Sircerely in Christ, W Moss of The Holy Spirit begins The school yeor. an Principal Ns' FATHER SAUSSOTTE, S.J. Principal Plans for The fufure 'See you in l17." Vice Principal W FATHER CARLIN, S.J' Vice-Principal A" : " ii, ,I Q 1-: ., C ,,, ,CCC , M A T A , , , uiu gi. A S, FATHER DOMACHOWSKI, S.J. FATHER CORBETT, S.J. FATHER FRUGOLI, S.J. Vice Presiclerii Trecxsurer Siuclenr Choplcuiri DNIINISTRATICJN T i 3 FATHER WANT, SJ. . . F h C ll Fofher Frugoli shores laughs with The room presiclenis. res mem Olmse or . FATHER CROWLEY, SJ. FATHER SHEPHERD, SJ. . FATHER SPRAGUE, SJ Counsellor, Field Secreicxry AThleTic Direcfor Librcxrion FATHER DOYLE, S.J. FATHER DUGGAN ,S.J. FATHER BRANNON, S.J Religion I Religion II, Speech II Religion III, Speech III ,I-,Q-G' ,. ,. "IT's o green FFFord." RE LI ICN "I cc1n'T onswer This in Iwo or Three minutes." FATHER RICHARDSON, S.J. FATHER SARGENT, S.J, Sociology Religion I ond III Speech I ond III .J FATHER PLAYOUST, S.J. MR. BOYLE, S.J. Lcztin I Greek I cmd II, Loatin III S ' . ! I V Q .... f MR. PI-IIPPS, S.J Lcxtin IV Caught between Scyllo ond Chorybdis. I Mr. Peinoolo pretects study-I1c1II. MR. BLUTI-I, S.J. MR. DULLEA, S.J. Latin II Latin III MR. BLAKE, S.J. Latin II, Chemistry 1 K Qi ffm 4 'RX' '- 92 xx 1" " + .r 'I ,sf A f Q s M. I Q' .- ' M' xii' s is 1 I,-px w . w Sf?-'Q' K' if ' Q gli 'Vim 1. nf E - WL 'S I' X I' s . :I 655.- .m"1QcX,-V . Q. Liq'.'-,hQ,7.p4':.,?g3Sf- -, 5 0, N I Ks 4 v Q- Q . -Q 't' . 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Physics, AlgelOrO ll Trigonomehfy, Solid Geome-Try Plone GeomeTry MATHEMATICS cmd SCIENCE MR. BRILL, S.J. PI G , AI lin ll l'Do I l'1ec1r Twenfyg do I he-c1rTlwirTy?" One eomelry ge ro MR. MCDONALD, SJ. MR. HYDE, S.J. MR. HOMBACH, SJ. Algebra l Physics Clwemisfry, Algebra Il 22" C'fA'v'v-will I '-rf! FATHER CONNEALLY, S.J. MR. ROLFS, S.J. MR, WOODS, S.J. History I Civics, History Il History II SOCIAL SCIENCES BROTHERS MR. OUINLAN BROTHER SILVEIRA, S.J History I Maintenance fag,-41"- I I I BROTHER DOYLE, S.J. BROTHER DESJARDINS, S.J. BROTHER RICE, S.J. I . . . I Maintenance Mountenonce Socnston an W O , :cf .mf--1 Jap ,www Him, . ' ,,,, . Qwmmgwwf 2 4gU l X MAJOR ANDERSON MAJOR HIRNING MXSGT. ENGLE Bond 2 91 , I in QD I D QD i A +R Nia: A E, -. 3 x, g li L 'l' l .K ., - A E3 ' ik Z" .-:" f-Q "How's The Corps shaping up?" "I hear you knockin' " MXSGT. GREENWOOD MXSGT. SEEWER QE? HENRY WELCH GUILD Many people work together to make Loyola High an outstanding school, but certainly none are more loyal than our parents' organizations. Without their untailing support Loyola could hardly maintain its high academic and athletic standards. The school is only an extension of the home, and the keen interest ot the parents in every phase ot Cub activity are things we are proud ot. The Henry Welch Guild otters the mothers ot Loyola's boys a chance to meet each other and do many things toward improving the school. The Board Otticers this year include: Mrs. L. Murrin lPresidentl Mrs. Francis llst Vice-Pres.l, Mrs. W. Lane l2nd Vice-Pres.l, Mrs. J. Klausner lRec. Secretaryj, Mrs. T. Holmes lCorr. Secretaryl, Mrs. D. Newell lTreas.l, Mrs. F, Longo lAsst. Treas.l, Mrs. A. Reveles lDec. Chairmanl. The members of the Board at Directors are. Mrs. A. Brown, Mrs. W, Burger, Mrs. E. Calligan, Mrs. H. Collins, Mrs. R. Cooke, Mrs. E. Daniels, Mrs. C. Dunn, Mrs. L. Heiner, Mrs. J. McCormick, Mrs. D. McGrath, Mrs. F. McWhorter, Mrs. P, Moyer Mrs. R. Murrow, Mrs, S. Neary, Mrs. J. Nolan, Mrs. P. O'Driscoll Mrs. F. Olson, Mrs. F. Overland, Mrs. K. Sauer, Mrs. C. Schurbert, Mrs L. Sork, Mrs. F. Waters, Mrs. G. Folsey, Mrs. W. Carpenter Mrs. L. Dickinson, Mrs. J. Mahoney, Mrs. M. Phelan. Standing beside the Henry Welch Guild is a group of men who have become in ten short years an indispensable part of Loyola: the Dads Club. Apart from their normal interest in the school where their sons are being formed into young men, this organ- ization has made the improvement ot Loyola an important part ot their work. This years Advisory Board Officers tor the Loyola Club are: C. l-lubanks lPres.J, J. Micciche and B. Neary lVice-Pres.l, G. Osferrnann lSecy.l, J. Petrone lTreas.l. Members ot the board include: L. Adams, J. Amico, A. Bowslaugh, R. Bradley, M. Beuther, V. Burke, J. Collins, J. Coughlin, D. Crowley, W. Curran, Jr., B. del Valle, J. Fish, J. Ford, B. Franklin, L. Friese, P. Fruhling, D. Oless, J. Gorman, R. Havert, R. Hedberg, J. Hegener, R. Heinen, W, Hoag, R. lnglis, P. Keenan, M. Kerr, F. Longo, M. Malloy, D. McDonald, D. McGrath, W. Mcl-lugh, E. Meany, E, Moran, P Moyer, J. S. Neary, W. C. Neary, F. Olson, Jr., H. Ostly, J. Perez, M. Phelan, R. Plunkett, W. Ritchey, B. Robinson, H. P. Robinson, P. Roletto, R. Roy, W. Ryan, K. Sauer, E. Schnieders, S. Sweeney, R. Watt, R. Wood, E. Wooten. D'S CLUB 3 Q 1' Loyola students attend moss iri chapel, x, U SPIRITU Jw, , 2 I f:'J.f' ,, .W 3 11, J' ' ws-fa' ' , - ACTIVITIES The children enioy their cotechism. f""W ff X 4 imx 53"-it Collecting food forthe poor ot Christmas. 'X ,U ,IQ .. 1 ,4 . Freshmen open the school-year with their retreot. V f Following the Way of the Cross, MAKE .. Noon-time rosary during October. Two retreatants pray before the crucifix. 95 g O ggi I F c,.,q W., V A H: N, , . ,Q f .3 AX! ' at ,Xl ai' 'I.u:'iz K. YlI'M's 0. v 'gi m 'K vghllbaii 0 ' 1 l , , 9 . L Y I- ' , K O' S 'g' N:Lf:, . ,a , ,. - "Dear Lord, teach me to know and do Your Will in all things." 1 Father Connelly leads the senior retreatants in prayer. 4 ft 'li LCVO LA Judged as "unnecessary" or as the "duty of parents and Churches alone" by many modern public educators, the spiritual formation of youth often has little or no place in state schools. God and daily work are seldom, if ever, ioined. "Religion," it is commonly held, "is just for Sundays." Such art attitude ignores the greatest and most beautiful part of man's life: his finding of God's love in everything which he has, does and experiences, and his attaining of eternal happiness after death. Since religion is a habit regulating man's every action and not simply an outlet for pent-up emotions, religious training and practice must be the center of the complete plan for educating youth. Throughout Loyola's school year, the active spiritual program carried on by students and faculty make for a full religious life. The underclassmen begin the school year with a three- day retreat, and the Seniors end their high school days in their closed retreat at Manresa, seeking Gods will in their choice of college or career We open our first day of school with the Mass of the Holy Ghost to ask guidance in our studies and daily activities. Class begins with a prayer. The daily rosary is recited publicly in October and May, The Father and Son Communion Mass and breakfast give the natural bond between dad and son a firmer, more spiritual, basis. A campus visitor seldom tinds the Chapel empty as students frequently drop in "to talk it over," or to hear Holy Mass. Finally, the Sodality offers a fixed way of life for those who wish to live a fuller and richer Catholic life than that de- manded of them. God has been generous to us at Loyola during the year. We have tried in a small way to be generous to Him and to make ourselves better prepared to receive His blessings. SODALITV The heorf of Loyolci is devofion To Mory, The Mofher of God, ond Through her dn inTense ond effecfive love of her Son, g love vvhich ends in imiToTion. To culTivoTe This essenfiol ospecf of Covrholic vvor- ship is The funcTion of The SoddliTy. ITs moTTo, "To Jesus Through Merry," sums up perfecfly The volue of The principol spirifuol orgonizofion on The com- pus. More Thon merely promoTing pious prodices, however good in Themselves, The SodoliTy offers iTs foiThful members oi vvoy of life vvhich vvill go vvifh Them when They ledve behind Their books of Virgil, Solid GeomeTry, ond ChemisTry. IT is noT eosy To be o SodolisT in The True sense becouse This demonds more Thon The persevering prodices of o good Co1Tholic. The SodoliTy empho- sizes The freguenf use of The SorCromenTs To nourish Soncfifying Groce, The doily Rosory ond menfol proyer To keep Cleorly before The mind ond in The heorT The correcf perspecfive of life which does noT end vviTh deoTh. The SodoliTy olso offers The sTu- denTs vvho occepfs iTs ideols mony opporTuniTies for useful ond oposTolic Cofholic Acfion. To become 0 mon, o soint, ond o son of Mary, nur TOP ROW. P. Smith, R. Taber, H. Oliyar, J. Dodge, D. Johnson, E. Rodriguez, J. Carr. THIRD ROW: V. Scott, S. Slingsby, E. Byra, W. Gould, W. O'Mara J. Petrone, P. Barry. SECOND ROW: L. Castruccio, W. Hobbs, E. Mora, L. Ciccola, M. De Solenni, T. Murrin, J. Karns, A. Simltauser, FRONT ROW D Roy, G. Domino, W. Sarracino, Mr. Hyde, S. J., M, Murphy, R Epstein, R. Duane. ABSENT: W. Curran, A. Alcocer, M. Dagang, F. Gott, P. Rydn, R. Hall Otticers for the Senior Division of the Sodolity this year: Torn Murrin, Pretect, Don Johnson, Vice-Pretect, Harry Olivar, Treasurer, Bob Taber, Secretary, Bill O'Mara, Sergeant-at-Arms. Fac- ulty moderator for the group was Mr. Leo Hyde, S.J. The Junior Division was lead by: Bruce Brown, Pretect, Tom Girarcli, Vice-Pretect, Tom Cherry, Secretary, and John Schoettler, Sergeant-ab Arms. The Faculty moderator was Father Bernard R Brannon, S.J. TOP ROW: W. Marr, R. Buschelman, W. Adams, J. Kirchen, D. O'Keefe, B, Brown, J. Hamilton. FOURTH ROW: R. Gustafson, J. Cser, R. Boyle, J. Thomas, J. Connelly, D. Cosfley, N. Duross. THIRD ROW: E. Reinsch, M. Robinson, P. Brown, F. Taormina, S. Balch, T. Cherry, J. Moynier, A. Stehly. SECOND ROW: R. Gubser, S. Fish, J. Gorman, C. Boedeker, T. Mulcahy, H. Owens, FRONT ROW: D. Roberts, S. Boles, Father Brannon, S.J, R. Banks, T Girardi, B. Garcia, W. Kenney, 2 av az . '- BACK ROWS: J, Wilson, A. Frazier, L, Weber, S, Bauer, J. Ford, P. Buckley, Robr. Arguelles, Richard Arguelles, J. Grady, B. Elorcluy, J. Champommier, M. Seric, R. Walters, E. Wollman, B. Donlon, L. Adams, J. Cain, P. Devot. FIFTH AND SIXTH ROWS: P. Olhasso, L. Avallone, L. Orr, T. Butler, T. Bouchard, S. Urricarier, B. Alcorace, E, Wright, S. Williams, A. Masta, B. Aranda, R. Coplen, R. Harper. FOURTH ROW: T. Matthews, J. Malloy, M. Crowley, J. Privett, T. O'Brien, M. Kerr, P. Casey, R. Hedberg, J. Kolmel. THIRD ROW: M. Lyons, B. Ripple, K. Witteman, A. Hope, L. Longo, T. Lorenz, C. Lloyd, D. Horgan, M. LeSage. SECOND ROW: W. Luke, B. Salvati, J. Benton, J. Craig, W. Milton, M. O'Neill, J. Couture, M. Stehly. FRONT ROW: W. Ryan, J, Drace, L. Belmonte, R. Ostermann, Father Crowley, S. J., P. Hogan, J, Tarpley, R. Lowe, W. O'Malley. Prefect, Tom Bouchard, Vice-Prefect, Joe Grady, Secretary, Bill Ryan, Treasurer, Terry Lorenz, Sergeant-at-Arms. Soph- omore moderator: Father George Crowley, S.J. The Probationary Division of The Sodality provides almost a year of instruction anol practice for those candidates who wish to be received into the organization. During this period of probation, The Freshmen, under The direction of Father Want, S.J., are taught The rules of The Sodality and must prove Their readiness to live according to Them. The Probation Division Officers This year were: Steve Gibboney, ' Prefectg Harry Hirsch, Vice4PrefecT, Steve Wallace, Secretary, Frank Gilbride, Treasurer, James Havert, Sergeant-at-Arms. Officers of The Sophomore Sodality this year: Dan Horgan, S0 IDHQ Nl 0 I2 E TOP ROW: W. Kelly, R. Klausner, G. Wooten, M. Moss, S. Wallace, R. Morris, J, McGlynn, W. Heinen, M. Tooney. FIFTH ROW: R. Martell, P. Moss, J. Greenhalgh, J. Simko, G. Santa Cruz, A. Avery, P. Rodman, S. Mitchell. FOURTH ROW, A. Schubert, A. Francis, S. Giblooney, P. Klute, H. McNally, F. Sennes, J, Bender, J. Rouse, P. Sharkey. THIRD ROW: T. Hartnagel, T. Rausch, R. Smith, H. Hirsh, C. Rovvland, P, Sauer, T. McCambridge, J. Havert. SECOND ROW: T. Voigtlander, R. Ganger, J. Brigham, D. Hill, L. Gill, J. Mahoney, P. Boland, L. Tarnay. FRONT ROW: B. Lee, R. Cozzini, R. Kadner, J. Evers, Father Want, S, J., M. Flynn, F. Studer, T, Florian, F. Gilbriole. ABSENT1 D. Dupperron, D. l-lahling, J. Huston, T. LaBouff, D. Mercola, T. Orr, M. Rosato, P. Saporito. q -...,.,,, if -. , """'-Q---J....,,, V 4--4. S. 'y BACK ROW: D. Espinoza, R. Gubser, S. Fish, J. Cser, J. Hamilton, J. Kolmel, C. Lloyd, Mr, Peinado, S.J. FRONT ROW: P. Devot, W. Milton, B. Aranda, J. Benton, R, Coplen, D. Horgan. ABSENT: J. Moynier, P. Barry, L, Castruccio, G. Hill. 411-gg-In-...3 ' CATECHISTS Noblest of The student activities is The work of The Catechists. While The majority of people may be attracted by The more satis- fying athletic and academic achievements of The students, They nevertheless will admit a deep respect for The student who, moti- vated by firm religious convictions, sacri- fices Time and leisure To perform works of mercy for others. The Catechists instruct The children among The poor in The fundamen- tals of Catholic Doctrine. To Them we extend our hearty congratulations. SANCTUARV SOCIETY ' 9 ' Q 1 , 'I 'IP -, .. . .Z fi T Q 1 T X 1 Hit ' uszssim' BACK ROW: Mr. Reinado, SJ., R, Fernandez, L. Tarnay, E. Elorduy. P. Sharkey, V. Flynn, M. Toomey, J. Cooney, J. McGlynn. FRONT ROW: J. Evers, H. l-lirsh, J. Moynier, R. McWherter, L. Werner, D. l-lirsh. I 21 Bishop Manning and Father Saussotte distribute Holy Communion. Fathers and sons go to the communion rail together. -rv A y x rf tj' CONINIUNIQN ln scholastic achievement and on the athletic field Lo'yola shines as a bastion of Christian education in a materialistic world. These most immediately evident facets are, however, but externals. Once a year, on a spring morning, the world gets a comprehensive view into the spirit of Loyola. Loyolans of two generations lay open their hearts to men-and to Christ, The annual Fathers' and Sons' Communion Mass and Breakfast stands as Loyola's finest accomplishment of the year. lt is here that every activity can be seen in its true proportions, here first things are really first, as Loyola Dads and Sons simply demonstrate to the very fullest the relation of father to son and God to man. On Sunday, March 4th, over nine hundred students and their dads assembled in the Loyola University chapel to again loin themselves with their Creator through the Holy Eucharist. This year, Loyola was privileged to have as Cardinal Mclntyre's representative, His Excellency the Most Reverend Timothy Manning as celebrant of the Mass. The Right Rev- erend Msgr. Bernard J. Dolan, pastor of St. Anthony's in Long Beach, delivered the sermon. During the Mass the Sacred Music was provided by the Loyola High Glee Club under the direction of Mr. Michael Elliott, S.J. Immediately following the Mass, all proceeded cross-campus to the Memorial Gymnasium. There, after the invocation by Loyola's Father President Francis B. Ford, S.J., breakfast be- BRE KFAST gan with oranges and sweet rolls, eggs, ham, potatoes, and coffee. Following breakfast, Carl C. Hubanks, President of the Loyola Club, extended a hearty welcome to everyone present and then introduced the toastmaster for the morning, Mr. Pat O'Brien. Mr. O'Brien was in top form throughout the break- fast with an endless stream of colorful and humorous stories between introductions. Again this year, Lawrence Welk, along with a few of his troupe, provided top-rate musical entertainment. Loyola's Student Body President, Fred Fruhling, gave a few, well-chosen words of appreciation. After him, Mr. Stephen McNally, movie star and Loyola Dad, was introduced as the first speaker. Reverend Charles S. Casassa, S.J., President of Loyola University, Father Ford, and His Excellency Bishop Manning were also guest speakers. ln a stirring and timely talk, directed to the sons at the breakfast, Bishop Manning showed concern for the lack of respect and honor for wom- anhoad in the world today, and also the absence of teen- agers from the Sacraments during the summer months. The Ninth Annual Fathers' and Sons' Communion Breakfast was closed with a prayer. For most, inspiring and lasting memories remain, and the conviction that the boys of Loyola High have the finest dads in the world. VX 'Sm WJ Keenan cmd Cannizzaro, winners of the Ighatian essay and poetry contests. ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES John Cosgrove, winner ofthe National Merit Tarr and Castelazo, Hearst History champions. Award Scholarship. M-.Q 1, A scene from the play. Fiesta time. ,.:-"' - YVL- I .fl Ns.. -annm ,, E LQYOL L-.... rn- rcises in English composition. l EVENTS OUTSTANDING: ln drama-Loyola's prominence has always been strongly felt in the Pasadena Playhouse Tournament. This year Loyola enters as former winner of the "Best Play of the Day" award for three consecutive times. The play selected is T. S. Eliot's "Murder in the Cathedral". Under the direction at Mr. Boyle, S.J., this years stars include Karl Giallund, Mike O'Neill, Joe Kolmel, Ed Mora and Scott McGuire in the principal roles. In oratory-latest reports show Loyola to have taken tirst place in all events at the Catholic Forensic League Tournament. Frank Cannizzaro was awarded the L. A. district nomination to the senate ot the National Student Congress in Muskogee, Okla. At the Pepperdine event, Loyola took second place in the Sweepstakes, besides carrying away the largest number of tirst place medals. Loyola's George Domino, Frank Cannizzaro and John Williams captured the first three places in the Patriotic Essay Contest sponsored by the Knights of Columbus. Tom Dolan's biology exhibit took second place at St. Mary's Academy 25 Htl' Going over his lines, LOST mim-'Te UVOUCPW UP At lost . . . the performance. 4 N A My ,,.,4cu 'Q H, ,W V gli' ' A v THE 'DL V 5 '. ,ri 1 ,-7g!f4,," .n4f' A 'FQ - ,X Q K KN .f If 1 1 Q, D 2 Tn: 41101400 MIIQADQ the ACTORS ps ,-4 ,-n F The Mikado's decree demands an execution: Chrns Settz, John Mosero cmd Mike Keenan. "Is there not beauty even in bloodthirstiness?": H Ko-Ko, fierce and bold executioner: John Mosero, :C . 4 in -T535 Pooh-Bah, looking for cl lost title: Mike Keencln. Nunki-Poo, the wandering minstrelz John Cser GV1dJOiWI'1 Mosero. Herb Duckett. .. .1-"' Scott McGuire- readies the set for opening night. S Mr. Elliott, S.J., Chorus Director, makes sure that they Three come in on the right count si' Court etiquette in Japan: Joe Kolmel, Steve Balch, Eddie Lee, Dave Brown, Don Ackel. i, W i 523' . 1, ' ff 11-I. te , e F m -pf x A Aft X01 Expert make-up by Joe Reynolds. 1 ,r , . 1 y . K ' f nl 1, ... little maids from school: Berme Garcia, Doug Boole, Bob Martin. "Will they reach that note?": Mr. Boyle, SJ., Dwrector the CAST In ,, At Curtain Call. Behind the scenes Music and drama were ioined Together in happy harmony to make this year's presentation of the Loyola High Players an entertaining experi- ence for actor and audience. "The Mikado," by Gilbert and Sullivan, has long been an old favorite, but this year's performance by The Loyola Players delighted theater-goers with a fresh and unique approach. The actors were chosen for their combination of musical and dramatic ability, and they all proved on opening night that they were well chosen for their respective parts. The role of Ko-Ko, the meek and befuddled executioner, was handled perfectly by John Masero, while Mike Keenan as the haughty Pooh-Bah turned in a truly professional performance. Chris Seitz distinguished himself in the role of Pish-Tush, the third leading citizen of The town of Titipu. The clear tenor voice of Herb Duckett enhanced his role as Nanki- Poo, the son of the Mikado, and The part of the Mikado himself was suited perfectly to the rich bass voice of Bill Blessum. Doug Boole, as Yum-Yum, Bernie Garcia, as the delightful Pitti-Sing, and Bob Martin, as Peep -Bo, kept the audience in high humor at their female portrayals. Acclaim was also vvon by John Cser who, in his role of the bloodthirsty Katisha, displayed a rich baritone voice and fine dramatic ability. The expert and spirited singing of the chorus, coached by The very ca- pable Mr. Elliott, SJ., along with the brilliant piano artistry ofthe play's amazing accompanist, Tony Newman, made of each performance a musical treat. Mr. Boyle, SJ., the director, was well satisfied with The fine performance of the Loyola actors. 30 After the play, refreshments and relaxation - . A 4 1 SOPHOMORE ORATORICAL CONTEST: Brion Avery, Dick Govan, Frank Calccgnini, Moc Kerr Iwinnerl, Mike O'Connor, Joe Kolmel, 22 FRESHMAN ELOCUTION CONTEST: Arthur Francis, Dennis Avery, FRESHMAN SCHQLARSHIPS TQ LQYQLA: Pm Collins I4 yeqrsj, Dennis JUSTiC9f Rfmdolph HUSTOH lwmneflf Mike Wimefbonomf Charles Wolloce I2 yearsj, James Hover? ll yeorl, Richard Doran ,CFWCIVISS Wallace- I2 yecxrs1 Roy Hokcms ll yeczrl. LIFE MEMBERS: STANDING lleft to rightl: V. Scott, S. Franklin P. Newell, H. Olivar, T. Kolhoff, B. Jamison, L. Mahoney. Seated L. Castruccio, C. Schwab, R. Hall, Father Sargent, S.J., J. Williams W. Davis, S. Trenberth, G. Folsey. ,S. . In every school there are those students who, be- cause of God-given talents and a strong desire for perfection, stand out scholastically. The State of California has set up an honor society to bring proper recognition to these students. As implied in its motto: "Scholarship for Service," the California Scholarship Federation not only emphasizes achieve- ment in learning, but also merit for extracurricular activities. Loyola has its share of members and is proud to recognize them as the scholastic leaders of the school. Upon entrance into the CSF the student strives to attain the honor of being a "Life Member." To re- ceive this title one must maintain membership in the Federation for four of his last six semesters. When a student becomes a "Life Member," his name is placed on the large plaque in the main office. As a further reward anol as recognition for his work, the seal of the CSF is placed on the graduating stu- clent's diploma and transcript. Those students who have so distinguished them- selves through their high school years have truly built a sturdy foundation for their future lives. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: TOP ROW: D. Justice, C. Tucker, J. Holstrom, P. Collins, A. Francis, V. Knudson, K, Ishida, C. Wallace, J. Mahoney, R. Huston, T. Orr, H. McNally, R. Franco, D. Thompson, R. Smith, C. Johnson, P. Sauer, J. Brigham, E. Wright. THIRD ROW: M, Neary, C. Posner, D. Masto, S. Balch, D. Johnson, R. Gustafson, G. Castelazo, L. Danielson, R. Banks, P. McNeil, J, Kolmel, J. Gaffney, W. Hamilton, J. Couture, D. Horgan, N. Niven. SECOND ROW: T. Voigtlander, S. Wallace, U. Strutynski, R. Hokans, P. Saporito, S. McGuire, M. Keenan, T, Foster, R. Stevenson, J. Hamilton, N. DuRoss, T. Farrell, A. Case, B. Brown, R. Buschelman, J. Schmiesing, J. Nolan, W, Gould, R. Duane, P. Sharkey, L. Bachleder, S. Whitlock, P. Klute, S. Millich, J. Walker, M. Toomey. FIRST ROW: R. Armstrong, R. Kadner, T. Hartnagel, J, Pagano, A. Kociencki, G. Gorski, L. Gill, R. Doran, T. Florian, J. Failla, N. Silverman, P. Wayne, Father Sargent, S.J., J. Williams, B. Garcia, B. Salvaty, D. Riley. ELILI I-'C!Ll TOP ROW: A. Alcocer, R. Gustafson, E. Shirley, R. Buscltelmclnn, M. De Solenni, T. Girordl. THIRD ROW: J. Scnmoki, J. Cser, D. Mosto, T, Farrell, E. Bernordin, F. Goff. SECOND ROW: R. Tlworne, R. Hall, VQ. Scott, S. Slingsloy, B. Brown, W. Hobbs, D. Roberti, L. Costruczlo. FRONT ROW: Mr. Woods, SJ., A. Koenig, J, Ambrose, F Connizzoro, E. Mort1,J. Willic1ms,S. Trenberth, R. Ronde, M. Foltey. UPPER DIVISION DEBATE I. IQ I. II U1 U1 A fight for recognition. Cub strategy is plotted during activity periods. 33 TOP ROW: L. Belmonte, D. Riley, M. Rosato, A. Francis, S. Mitchell, P. Klute, T. I-larvey, D. Wilson. Tl-IIRD ROW. W, Dietzel, B. Avery, F. Gately, J. Kolmel, R. Coplen, P. Casey, L. Weber, J, Ford. SECOND ROW: M. O'Connor, H. Helbock, W. Grimes, J, Greenhalgh, D. Brown, L. Avallone, P. Boland, R. Walters, D, Frawley. FRONT ROW: Mr. Woods, S.J., D. Duperron, D. Avery, G. Gorski, C. Rowland, T. O'Brien, C. Root, J. Walker L. Ratcliff. LOWER DIVISION DEBATE With the topic: "Resolved: That the Federal Government should guarantee higher education to qualified high school graduates," the Cub debaters went to work and came out with another very successful year. The year began with the annual Exhibition Debates at UCLA. Scott and Cannizzaro appeared in the invita- tional debate and whipped a highly-praised team from Marshall High before an audience of over three hundred. The Novice Tournament, this year have shown that the Freshman debaters, Justice, Root, Bookasta and Gately, are very good prospects tor the future. They were un- defeated at the CFL meet at Notre Dame. The Little Cubs also won the sweepstakes at the St. Mary's Novice Tournament. On November 4th and 5th, Loyola was privileged to send the largest delegation of any high school to the Fall Student Congress at Marshall. Scott, Ambrose, and Cannizzaro were senators, and Williams, Brown, Girardi, Neary, Koenig, Schmuki, Goffgde Solenni, Keenan, Ro- berti, and Bernardin were representatives. They took a prominent part in the debate of many controversial bills sponsored by various congressmen. Loyola had four bills, two of which passed the Committee and went to the floors of the different houses. Vince Scott was chosen by the Senate as its best presiding officer. Loyola also made a good showing at the Round Robin Debate at Marshall. Cross-questioning was engaged in for the first time this year. While this annual is going to print the Cubs are in earnest preparation for the all-important Student Con- gress late in February, and the State Tournaments at Redlands and Santa Barbara. Ambrose proposes cm bill at the Student Congress w", ' ,V N gk' lx,,,,u Ha '79 If: 1, .,, f Q s n F41 ,f J f Q 'I'- IH4 ,S W,,, 1 L 4-,. 4 ' ' ' if 3-k k ' wg-:jf-f 'LVL 4, Maw ' 7522215 H wi s -7 fa Ox. .fi pu T ' 4' 1 v Q V 'N' ' in f Q s 'rg' 1 ,v "rs 4 .- ful f vc .1 n,W I 2 5 . !, " 1. 'I Q 7 5 h M - V453 -MV ,.zv 1 f ' E23 J f v .1 BIOLOGY DIVISION "To skin ct cot." STANDING Ileft to rightjr J. Ambrose, J. Neglio, M. de Solenni, R, Roide, V, Scott, S, Trenberth, C. Schwab, J. Hubcmks, Mr. I-Iomboch, S.J., R. Holl. SEATED. L. Mahoney, J. Schmiesing ISergeont-ot-Arrnsl, T. Dolan. ABSENT: J. Nolan IPresidentI. th CIENCE CLUB "Cooks in The kitchen." D. I-Iirsh IPresidenTJ, J. Franklin, J, Fronscell, R. Beyerie, G. Guenther, Mr. Hornboch, S.J., M. Piosecki. CI-IEIVIISTRY DIVISION 36 ,J ,.... Y YYV the LIBRARY STAFF 'V W..., . ., ' r-.- x"fc.,,Kmm Q LEFT TO RIGHT: FaTher Sprague, S.J., S. McGuire, C. Johnson, J. Craig, S. Craham, WiTh The sTarT of The school year, The Librarians began Their work in The pleasanT surroundings The Transfer of all books of The new building. from Thelold library had been compleTed and everyThing was ready for The service of The sTu- denT body. NOT only do The members of The sfaff find Their work enjoyable buT They are acquiring valuable knowledge abouT library science which will be of greaT use in Their fuTure college and professional work. Their work is of greaT service To The sTudenT body since an orderly, well-kepT library encourages and facili- TaTes The scholarly use of books To which The high school sTudenT is being inTroduced for The firsT Time. The SHUTTERBUCTS MosT imporTanT for The school publicaTions is an acTive group of sTudenT phoTographers who can provide graphic scenes of newsworThy evenTs, This is especially True wiTh regard To The Year- book, in spiTe of fine arTicles or arTisTic layouTs, or aTTracTive covers, The picTures make The An- nual. Therefore, To safisfy This pracTical need, as well as To provide sTudenTs wiTh The oppor- TuniTy To learn an enjoyable hobby, The Camera Club was esfablished. Appealing firsT To The lower classmen, The Club prepares iTs members To become sTaff phoTographers and phoTo- graphic ediTors of The school publicaTions in Their junior and senior years. Judging from The enThusiasm of This year's group, we expecT To have some fine phoTography in The pages of The El Camino in coming years. "Look aT The camera." CAMERA CLUB MEMBERS llefT To righTi: S. McGuire, T. Voigtlander, A. Reyes, J. McGlynn, A. Milch, R. Harper, J. Kasparian. ABSENTQ A. Bowslaugh. ModeraTor1 Mr. Peinado, S.J. 37 Am up Wav I M- l gi , ,... AA11 V H, line- rv -? yn AN7., R -f A ET' .V rie,,,n,,, ski C M, ,,,, i ,v-' Wt 4 f ill , X Readying the year's last Loyolist: Mr, Blake, S.J., Bill Hobbs, Mr. Phipps, S.J., Moderator. or l v -ii ,Q ly' 74' 1 We 'S V, has-' . ,V ,Aa ' 3 'laugh I - Q Q , li: ,al r as ' 'sf' W l -4- hug A 1, 1 " 3 Senior newsmen: Louie Castruccio and Frank Senior Sports writers: Bob Taber, Wells Long- Junior News writers: Mike Robinson, Jerry Cannizzaro. shore, Jim Carr. Schmuki, Vic Coudayre. Junior News writers: Tom Girardi, Steve Soph writers: Mike Carpenter, Frank Kellner, Circulation manager: Chris Posner, Featl Balch, Scott McGuire. Lou Freymuth, Dennis Riley, Terry O'Brien. writers: Lou Cervantes, Ed Etchepare. i 38 Senior Sports writers: Tom Dolan, George Nature inspires "the Spectator"y Sports Editor Feature writers: Tom Mun-in and Dick Duane Domino, Joe Reynolds. Mike Murphy. One of the principal purposes of a Loyola education is the development of the student's ability to express and communicate the truth. The Loyola High School news- magazine, The Loyolist, provides a regular opportunity for Loyola students to publicly develop and display their powers of expression, as well as providing a context in which all the news and rumor, fact and fiction, of cur- rent school events can be properly organized, appraised, sifted and sorted. Mr. Phipps, S.J., has moderated The Loyolist since its format change three years ago. For this year's final issue, Mr. Blake, S.J., has collaborated with Mr. Phipps and is slated to take over the moderatorship next year. During the past year The Loyolist, while maintaining its three-year-old news-magazine style, has notably im- proved the quality of its writing. Bill Hobbs has ably filled this year's editor-in-chief's post. His has been the big iob of planning, assigning, and correcting articles and of inspiring, hounding, and chastising laggards who fail to meet the always-threat- ening deadlines, as well as composing his own well- received monthly editorials. His side-kick in the sports department has been Mike with Moderator, Mr. Phipps, S.J. Murphy. He has done for sports what Hobbs has done for the news and feature sections. Mike also found op- portunity for self-expression in his own "Spectator," which in recent issues has increased its importance and authority. One of the copy room "bright lights" has been the ver- satile John "Mike" Williams. Be it news, satire, or in- spiration, Mike was always ready with a superb article. Another veteran senior writer, whose reporting will be soon gracing the pages of a university publication, is Frank Cannizzaro. Frank has been writing forensic articles for the past three years. Jim Carr and Bob Taber are the two foremost retiring veterans of the sports department. Jim has fired up the track reporting, while Bob has always been a depend- able football and basketball correspondent. Long to be remembered is the generous photographic work of the Plunketts lJack and his entire familyl, along with Mr. Peinado's Camera Club. Always generous with his time and gasoline was Ed Rodriguez. Without him the heavy traffic from engraver to printer to editor, and back again land forward again, almost 'ad infinitum'l would never have got through. writers: Steve Gerhard and Bob Everyone enioys the Loyolist. y E 39 ,AK Mike Howard and Clyde Davis check senior write-ups. Q3 'QB va Editor .lack Plunkett and assistont, Bill Clark, plan the lay-out. th EL CANIINCD EI Camino Sports editors, Bob Taber and Joe Reynolds, consult post yearbooks. and l Jerry Schmuki, Mike Robinson and Vic Bill Plunkett lends his valuable experience, Coudayre on the look-out for errors. ! 2 .look GT This Omen, . . . l I Mr. Brill, S.J,, Moderator, and Alan 40 Bowslough select photographs. EL CANIINO STAFF JACK PLUNKETT ......... CLYDE DAVIS, BILL CLARK. .. JOE REYNOLDS ......... ALAN BOWSLAUGH. . . MR. BRILL, S.J... . ACTIVITIES karl Gidlund Pat Smith Mike Robinson Jerry Schmuki Vic Coudayre Jim Nolan Phil Barry Vlaync Milton Richard Coplen Richard Harper Scot: Moore SPORTS Bob laber Tony Simhauser Jim Schmiesing Bill O'Mara Dick Duane Dan Bangs ...Editor-in-Chief . .Assistant Editors . . . . .Sports Editor Photography Editor . . . . . . .Moderator PHOTOGRAPHERS Bill Plunkett Tony Milch Ted Voigtlander Beginning in September, the staff, with its "green" moderator, began to find out how a yearbook is made. But for the experience of the editor-in-chief and the helpful suggestions of the publishers, every- one on the staff was "in the dark" as to the manner of planning the book. Deadlines on the working dummy arrived and passed, but little seemed to be accomplished. The publishers patiently waited, the moderator and editor were growing more and more anxious. By December, however, signs of progress were showing. Once the senior and class pictures and their captions were completed, the staff knew that a strong start had been made. Articles and photographs gradually came in to the editors. Pic- tures, more than one thousand in all, had to be sel- ected, enlarged or reduced, marked and lined. The staff received some consolation when a copy of the cover and the pleasing blueprints arrived from the publishers. Their hard work was now in print and it looked good. By April I, the final deadline, everything was completed, except for six pages. lf all goes well, the student body should have its year- book on the first day of June, and the staff can look with great satisfaction at its accomplishment. S'aff meeting in the Spring an-an-uw' In Conference Jerry Smith and Vic Coudayre rush to make a dead-line. BUSY hands shape the yearbook, Our editors have wide talents NXIQ i .A w, ,Mae-mv ,MA Y 3 Sri Q? r,. 4 Ghanaian To the Head Prefecr for help. Yi is 42 SENIOR-JUNIOR BOARDERS: BACK ROW: H. Ofivor, R. Taber, D. Hlrsh, A. Locorro, T. Schroeder, E. Sclwlofmon, J. Moynler. FRONT ROW: M. O Neil, R. Epsfein, R. Besr, J. Moclnmsh, S. Tyler, Forher Barry, S.J. CJ S-P 'C' mf' Modnfosh soysz "The food us greoff' the B0 RIDERS L xx " " " A YPI fig: SOPHOMORE-FRESHMAN BOARDERS: BACK POW: E. Elorduy, W. McDonald, J. MCGJynn R, Mcwnerter, R. Howard, V. Flynn. TH!RD ROW. J. Cooney, J. Botes, W. Donovan, M Toomey, B. Ripple, L. Orr. SECOND ROW: L. Tornoy, L. Werner, F. Nick, P. Snorkey, T. Orr K. Witiernon. FRONT ROW: H. Hirsh, J. Evers, F. Sfuder, F. Gilloride, M. Fiynn, P. Fernandez R. Roelle, Father Bc1rry,S.J. if f ...ls B . . J .i g y: Ng, rt gf N , y. H , , 1, '1,j5.f ' iTs,, - 5 . - " rl 1... an 71 n-4 we I F .. P 5 i W I n Z Q i T 1 TOP ROW: W, DieTzel, J. Connelly, F. Calcagnini, J, Neglia, S. TrenberTh, E, Mora, B. Avery, x A. Koenig, R. DeCuenynck, A. Bishop, L. Shores, E. Lee. THIRD ROW: H. Duckett, J. Kolrnel, W. Adams, D. Brown, R. Roide, J, Klausner, R. Banks, M. Keenan, M, Kerr, SECOND ROW: Mr, EllioTT, S.J., J, Maynier, D. Roberfi, J. Curran, E, Bernardin, M. O'Neil, S, Balch, J. Cser, F. Kolb, C. Lloyd. FRONT ROW: R. Hollow, R. Harper, R. Coplen, D, Ackel, R. MarTin, D. Curran, X'Q:f,Q,23' S. Glass, P. Casey, D. Chebul, ACCOMPANIST: T, Newman. ABSENT: W. O'Malley, J. Chapie, P. SmiTh, W. FonTana, W. Blessum. Beginning This year, The Loyola Olee Club will caTch The eye as well as The ear. Thanks To The generosiTy OT The sTudenT body, The proceeds OT The successful Fall SemesTer Turkey RaTTle have provided The Cub ChOrisTers wiTh whiTe dinner iackeTs, blue bow Ties and handkerchieTs. dress which will give The proTessional Touch. The Clubs Tirsi' Two engagemenTs were aT The Henry Welch Guilds AuTumn ParTy and aT The Rosary 4 PageanT aT ST. John's MiliTciry Academy. The big evenT OT The year came up nexT as The Club cuT iTs TirsT record, wiTh Mrs. Calligan TeaTured as guesT soloisT. ChrisTmas perTorm- ances began aT ST. Philips in Pasadena, aTTer which The Loyola songsTers TulTilled an inviTaTion To sing aT a luncheon aT The Ambassador HoTel. A Tew days laTer, The Triple OuarTeT Plus One made iTs Third annual appearance aT The Anchor Club. The Club closed iTs ChrisTmas season wiTh a caroling Tour, TirsT To The home Tor The aged conducTed by The LiTTle SisTers OT The Poor, and Then To ST. VincenT's HospiTal, and Tinally To Oueen oT Angels HospiTal where ThirTy members OT The Club were Trapped in an elevaTor Tor TOrTy minuTes. During The monTh OT January many Club members were puTTing in long hours oT prepraraTion Tor The February perTormance OT X The GilberT and Sullivan opera, "The Mikado." Second SemesTer evenTs ouTsTanding Tor The sOngsTers are: The FaThers' and Sons' Communion BreakTasT on March 4, The Henry Welch Guild BirThday ParTy on April TQ, and The FourTh An- nual Arch-Diocesan Music FesTival on April QO. The Glee Club This year has had The good Tor- Tune To have wiTh iT anoTher Tine accompanisT in The Treshman, Tony Newman. Tony's abiliTy To Transpose music aT sighT, his exacT sense OT rhyThm and his clean Touch have been a ioy To The groups music direcTor, Mr, EllioTT, S.J. 43 Pass ouT The music and l9T'S sing! ATHLETICS E TEAM ON THE FIELD wg. U H E T T is , T X 'Wi Q' A if-A .rf f lE ' -1 K ,,,, , Q in Q THE TEAM IN THE STANDS MAKE LCDYO LA 44 T if ., W3 I M . Mpxi, ' 4' 'ff xx--'iw ,-1nu.-vf ' W Q 'f , ,ft PRACTICE M .,, , ..... . .. , : . 'it '-n..,...gpgi. " ' P 1 T -lr T is Shoes - the difference between player and spectator. the Suicide Squad "We are the line - the backfield will follow in our shadow." "WE PLAY THE VARSITY EVERY DAY!" TOP ROW: P. Devlin, W. Lewis, R. Ramirez, M. Fahey, R. Prchal, C. Vejar, W. Lane, C. Amico, A. Masto, L. Danielson, J. Gualtiere, R, Chacon, THIRD ROW. D. Pondella, M. Woods, J. De Angelis, G. Gutierrez, T. Huguet, J. Willett, L. Orr, W. Swift, R, Lee, L. Laumann, J. Privett, M. Phelan, C. Johnson, SECOND ROW: W. Luke, S. Williams, K. Witternann, P. McNeil, G. Ross, E. Schlotman, T. Sargent, J. Ostley, F. Olson, M. Stehly, R. Franco, B, Bannan. BOTTOM ROW. A. Comacho, T. Bouchard, J. Clesceri, T. O'Brien, L. Freyrnuth, T. Leib, L. Longo, P. Wicker, L. Severson, T. Matthews. ,J BSQS 6761 . Y. QEWFL-l5 6 iw ., I is 'l H Rock and Sock!-Those dummies will be live players Friday. lm r K1 Prayer in chapel for a successful game. The "warm-up Thar left Tackle is weak, so . . The coin is flipped and The season sfarfs. W rg Y" ., x f"' V ng .Q o l fa 9 5 af? :FASJ7 S M W Q 45 u ff 1 . A 4--.M 4' F9 if A gn av f 1 L V T :SF 7 X ' 9 .. o 1 Q 4 3 1' qv Q I 4? m1Uf4,q M, f 8 2 4 - 5 he 1 i X 1 J' 'L- Gas? 2 U gl l :5-"' 4 IF! I, 3k"l'.. QW H11 dr i fy M e sq, if I Q-K I 'W Jp , all M ul v 1... 29. the COACHES... 1' Locker scene at The half. I 4 C A huddle . . . for prayer. "NexT1o being at Loyola, l like To Win football games." J X W. ... rf l 'AE x X 4 will, "We're the better ieam . . . Le1's prove it." "Try if lhrough the middle." A formal portrait: Coaches John McGee and Chuck Mills. G' fl ll: Wai, M! :ga M E U' Yi' ,,5,,,5:I5yw ,.::,.,. if W K s f-My W, uf i A 53 1 Dil' ...nw as-A it ,prwnv , v'.d"4""' l' F-W 1? rw 2 f9'v' """ . lf"""' ,4C""' A-1 3 3 R , Q, L1 I f E fvghufj ' '57 f , I VARSITY RECORD Catholic League Opponent Loyola Cathedral .. ... 7 I3 V Notre Dame .. ..l3 2l Mt. Carmel . . . 7 O Cantwell . . 7 20 SI' AIFIIIFIOIFIV ' ' ' O A satisfying score. I-lurray for the Coach! Serra .,.. ..u........ 2 I 52 Non-League Opponent Loyola SCIIFIIG Borborg ' ' ' ' ' I3 tieing the game with Inglewood the following Inglewood . . . . . T3 I3 week with the statistics in Loyola's favor. The Cslendgle I n . -I4 Cubs showed even more improvement with the "ONE FOR THE BOOKS" The Cub T955 football season showed consider- able improvement over that of the previous year. Carried on by the spirited support of the Loyola stands excited by the efforts of the Pep Club and the cheerleaders, the team chalked up four wins in the Catholic League games, and bowed only to Mt. Carmel and St. Anthony: a reverse of last year's record of league wins and losses. The Cubs were badly mauled in their opening practice game with Santa Barbara. Because of the number of iniuries sustained in this game, great credit was due to the coaches for reviving the confidence of the team to the extent of opening league game with Cathedral. The Loyola line was really a stone wall in the last two min- utes. When the gun went off, the Phantoms were still stalled on the fifteen yard line. The aerial warfare used by Glendale proved too much for the Cubs, although LoyoIo's gains by running exceeded Glendales. Loyola's fears about Mt. Carmel were realized on October 2lst, when the statistics and scores yielded the signs of crushing defeat for Loyola. Though 'fired up' over l.oyoIa's humiliation in this game, Notre Dame was badly disappointed on the following week when the Cubs trampled over her team to win 2I-I3. The Cubs, receiving wonderful support from the stands, repeated their success with Cantwell. The St. Anthony game might have been quite different had the Cubs' star quarterback, Duane O'Connor, not been 'cIob- bered' in the first few minutes of play. The team had a decided letdown. But the season closed in a blaze of glory. The Cubs revenged their loss to Serra last year by burying the Cavaliers with a 52-21 victory. Thus, Loyola tied with Cantwell for third place in the final standings of this years Catholic League football. Congratulations to coaches and team for a fine season. LOYOl.A'S FUTURE VARSITY: TOP ROW: G. Marxmiller, S. Clark, H. Hirsh, T. Comeau, J. I-lolmstrom, D. Vigo, M. Rosato, F. Nick, E DeGoes, I.. Werner, W. Ross. THIRD ROW: Coach Quinlan, M. Toomey, K, Maruko, E. Olsen, P. DiBartolomeo, M. McDevitt, R Schlieper, D. Pondella, T, Orr, A. Gonzales, R. Smith, Father Duggan, SJ SECOND ROW: C, Hovland, T. Girard, J. Hogan, M. Ray T. Florian, A. Pelaez, J, Acquarelli, J. Huston, R. Rolapp, R. Riehl, Mr. Magallon, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: J. Havert, R. Restaino, C Russell, F. Sennes, P. Collins, M. Winterbottom, W. Slattery, J. Brigham, P. Saporito, B. Brokop, - rfftiitggroae gggwrs '--' . 1173" TA ,i,:5,?,s :.'.LI'tLii.lL:i'..ffi-5-, .V f'Ifg.,,,,.!,1,... ,. -.f.jfi7.f ,' ,-. T A . '. fl ' Wim 'Wm Q M IA x -- , fi: We of LCDYCDLA love 1 S The whole team. Rx -.,,i , P a IBASKETB LL game Faist to Jones to Bulrice . . .two points. SEASON SPOTLIGHTS Basketball here at Loyola this year proved to be tradi- tionally successful for the Cubs. Although the '55-'56 varsity didn't have the best win-loss record in the school's history, its colorful and competitive action brought it to second place in the final Catholic League standings. Because of the unorthodox smallness of the team, it was dubbed early in the season as"the four mice and a moose." Many of the Cub games kept the stands on "pins and needles." The opening game of the season gave Loyola a one-point victory over Pius X. The following week the varsity downed Cantwell by three points and Mt. Carmel by two points, a sweet victory. After two more tight scores with St. Anthony and Serra, Loyola closed the first round of the League games in a tie for second place with Mt. Carmel. In the second round Loyola fell behind, losing two of her games with the help of a flu epidemic which hit both coach and players. Closing the season just as she had begun it, Loyola conquered her cross-town rival, Cathedral, 65-64, in a game full of agonizing moments. Mitchell's "tip-in" gave the winning point. Individual contributions to Cub success not to be for- gotten: Bernie del Valle's 24 points against Burbank, Bill O'Mara's playing in the last minutes of the St. An- thony' tilt, Ronnie Bulrice's high scoring throughout the season, Gubser's handling of rebounds in the Mt. Car- mel game, Celaya doing the same against Pius X, the "dead-eye" casts of Phil Faist, the deft ballhandling of Gil Jones, and Mitchell's 25 points against Huntington Beach and 22 points against Cathedral. I ' P 3 1 Q E Y A v ical V Y I 4 in F' Q 1114 6 Gi L Q if J f 'ff i , N X ' E': " 1? Q q it I F .hula 915 if Q55 ,L ' ,ifk 5, 1 I' 'Q Q S Q 5 in 4 . S4 A x !'f 4H A-Q' Q., A fx. 'X -r 'au 'YQ fi n . Q .wil E0 my X. . . IEAYAK1 WN., N ' ,.., fwl 5 0 ft 6 Q' ? 'rg 9' A akf1...5r ' ' G hy 9 HQ I .Q naw! QB . I, A if 'muff . 5 if N' ?. k N ,I ' x ft, 'A K. -,, xv' 'P if x x ,,,,1 the QENTLENIAN, ff! I Mr. Barnett in his element-a pre-game appraisal. X111 CCDACH BI LL EARNETT 64 It's hopeless . , . if only . . , well, maybe.. . Come on! The gym rocked with cheer after cheer. The occasion: Loyola's Spring Rally. The speaker: Coach Bill Barnett. In his usual calm, self-possessed manner, Mr. Barnett began: "After our last unsuccessful games with Cathedral I looked around for a little consolation: and I found it. When one has been in the game as long as I have, one begins to look at each game as a point lost or a point gained. Over the past 28 years here's how our record stands: Opponents Loyola Gomes Won Games Won Pius X . . . . . . O I Serra ..... . . O 8 Cantwell .... . . 2 I4 Notre Dame . .. .. 5 T5 Mt. Carmel ... ... I3 25 St. Anthony ........... 9 30 Cathedral ............ 9 55 "Out of 186 games, therefore, only 38 have been scored against us. We've won I-48. Why, Cathedral would have to win every game for 30 years in order to catch up with us. I don't think that any of us will be living to see the day when Cathedral will have that satisfaction." Coach Barnett's enviable record has assured Loyola of its position of superiority in Catholic League basketball for a long time. Loyola's grateful student body pays tribute to this gentleman whose years of unselfish work have brought honor and prestige to the school and ex- cellent training to its many graduates. the ACTION I1 INSIUIRES... Ron Bulrice, All-Catholic, provides plenty of action. GAMES PLAYED Oppon. Universify .... 49 Van Nuys .... 61 Marshall ..... 70 Dorsey ....... 48 San Pedro .... 59 Jordan ...... 57 Inglewood .... 38 Santa Monica . 46 Burbank ..... 44 Glendale ..... 33 Mira Cosfa . . . 35 PACIFIC SHORES TOURNAMENT Oxnard ....., 47 Culver City . . . 47 Mira Cosfa ... 41 Redondo ..... 55 Loyola 58 52 57 76 37 47 44 54 68 41 49 53 49 33 33 COMPTON TOURNAMENT Inglewood .... 33 67 Newporf Harbor 51 53 Compfon ..... 49 40 Hunfingfon Bch. 46 53 CATHOLIC LEAGUE Pius X ....... 48 49 NoTre Dame . . 47 37 Canfwell ..... 51 54 MT. Carmel . . . 47 49 ST. Anflwony . . . 62 65 Serra ........ 53 57 Cafhedral .... 59 EO Pius X ....... 42 63 Nolre Dame . . 51 49 Canfvvell ..... 53 49 MT, Carmel . . . 55 49 ST. Anfhony . . . 42 41 Serra ........ 38 45 Cathedral .... 64 65 - . ,. fx Wm mix f . - A, .f , L l l , I -' 'fe Wfw, A - x4,A,,j w rv ffs '5 Sf , mfwmsi. . ! g I i w 1' Q f 25.F'2" Y JG "Q, y" ai wi .., -,. 1 1 if it jk if 4 1 af L 3 'S Q. girl! 'H Wm ik ,Xe f I aqvee BACK ROW STANDING: R. Francis, S. Urricarrief, L, Crunelle, J. Kirby, D. Moran, F. Kellner, N. Carpenter, Mr. Callanan, S.J. FRONT ROW F. Villar, G. Wilson, G, Rios, C. Amico, T. Matthews, A. Sie-l'ily. ABSENT: J. Conlcey, T. Heclding, R. Morris, T, McLaughlin, T. Comeau, W, Heinen, EE BACK ROW STANDING: R. Holcans, T. Hall, Mr. Talru, S.J., T. Casey, J. Quaglino. FRONT ROW G, lnspruckei, F. Sframaglio, T, Madden, G. File, W. Irish, R. LaPorte. ABSENT. S, Sclwiffrin C. Amico, TOP ROW: A. Romano, S. Clark, S, Wallace, J. Sitter, P. Hogan. SECOND ROW: J. MacDonald, J, Husion, L. Velasco, A. Baylyff, R. Irish, R, Resiciirio, J. Bonino. FRONT ROW: Mr. Peinado S.J., A. Kociencki, J. Goodwin, F. Greco, CEE the BASEB LL TE BWI' X f-gg - ' ' ' Q.f' 4, ' if I J: 7 in ,. , , ,, 2, No-hm performance. ,sg N-,,,., M v l -wr Q4 , , A K -,Lk L. 5, 9 A 1- ' if W ., -Wl,,"Q!"'. " Q ' - fig 1 , My . 1... ..., is us.. Double ploy: Kermedy7SoTriono-MCGorry, Kelleher puts power into his swing as he connects for Cl single. , , I and bam,-,QA Kelleher slldes safe of second while Scnricno swings. I 'is an Y"""' 'Q ,Nab au. 1-Mi X W .ff "' 41 3- , Q , -I . .' 3 , VFX., N ,, Q U , N mf' H ' f' , 'L ' ' A I "9 -1- " ,wi "Q'q,,,,y Y 'qi-.vnu U.-. gy ' W ' new sn' m. A "Q" .., .,'. -f3,:--All K I a a ' ' P vw mg, my Mwke Burke goes on The signal. McGorry gnves his all in pitching. Jcdorh Curran dances on third To horrcss The rivol pifcher. -.hh Z Y ww ' ,. .,,, E 1- ,, r+ HK N it 'h'Q"""" -TA 1 - . 1 :Ml , A 2, gf: sy, , "Dem Cubs" we i s ii f 1-I .,,' Z Vgrr . X LA" 2.5: x iffy A 4 ' i 5' w 7 W' " " H"'2:i'177fQ?-2 Our on The mound: "Going to the movies tonight, Lee?" uf- K Best strikes him out Foir or foul, Pano cle Valle heads for first , . . He mode if. "I calls 'em de woy I seez 'em." 'M 4 k.'Lk .. 1 'gm ,JG mf' 6044-X 46 MQW 2 , . 1 .mfs fhsl A 'V .. .3 ,- -Y-4w'1-'A ' k Q P xx V, 'aff 1 K . rw a ?9'M'5y 4- k s M'qa.f"' 6' " '15 4 ,Jff ' . .. .,?1 , ,. . ff? 4 K ,, ,Q-we ga, fr -Q vm my W ,M ff' 5 "f 5- iv.-fe' W 'W' Q"-if 1- F " L 51 1 v Ti , Y faffbsibkbv' my A.. -1 14 2 L Y H' P 1 1 of 0 fi Qpow Q31-if NABSENT :N P. DE S GE-RHAQD B SVVYH-TT' 3. 711 7.fw6w"f 4".f.' T513 ,L X , 'tg 0 f. 'C','+'f..".. s'1,.'i..fQmxi M 4 3. Gone but not forgotten: Father John Gaffney, S.J. A hopeful future: Father Bernard Brannon, S.J. BACK ROW: J. Moyer, G. Stronks, A. tribute to the grand old man For eight straight years Loyola's Cubs have dominated the Catholic Loop in baseball, and for these eight years their guide was Father John Gaffney, S.J. Loyola's GRAND OLD MAN OF BASEBALL never lost a Catholic League pennant. The year before last he reached his peak of baseball glory when his mound strategy won for Loyola the CIF Cham- pionship over Fullerton. ln building his teams he always used the prac- tice games to utmost advantage, often sacrificing scores in order to give players with the least experience a chance. With Father Gaffney's eight-year record added, in the eleven years that Loyola has been in Catholic League baseball, the Cubs have taken first place seven times and shared the same three times. As things look now from an early-season viewpoint, the New Skipper, Father Bernard Brannon, S.J,, will pilot the Cubs to another winning season. ln 1948 and i949 he coached Loyola's victorious Jayvees. To Father Gaffney, a salute, to Father Brannon, best wishes for another successful year. the new skipper 1- G. lnnsprucker, R. Bruno lCaptainl, L. Laumann, D. Hall. ,SECOND ROW: T. Simondi lmanagerl P. Olhasso, S. Whitlock, M. O'Connor, D, Curran, T. Lorenz, J. Cappel, D. Daley, Mr. Bluth, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: R, Smith, B Alcorace, K. Witteman, D. Doran, D. Carrol, T. Madden, D. Vigo. if-Q13 ow 1---' env., .yer sw 4... .L 1 J 1.31 Qu th TRACK TE lnw. - . QT? Shooting for o record in The '56 season. 'YZ' "f 3. . v A I Wm f .miillxgg H, 1 1 - , 'P' 1 -r .Q 1 . 4 . . X -. ' S N 1.3. Q ev 3 . . Y I W. o,, fx. ' x fi ' .4',1 Q f-, .. JI D 7 ,,. th SPEEDWAYS wig: f .Y iq Ks E 1 ' --,. 4 3 6 may ,M ,A 74 x E ff' 'Lf 3 , ' Si-fr """"r Banks breezes in for another 880 victory, . - QL-LX XXXEXL CJ-1,-.- x'!l'..?. . .- ifl..- 31M ern, ,Nga-eQ,f,M " ., w rf Soph Byrne makes Dolan push hcxrd To win The mile Shores ond Longshore out in front of The first hurdle. Clncl FIELD EVENTS... i . ' , 0' E . Qfwxfi ik' if 'DT' U 5' H, if " sd A Z ' I ' ---Av Hayes aims for the slot before he soars aloft. Bannon uncoils and clears the bar. if H-eu... by "fb""' ini Getting in shape-tonight those unused muscles will really ache. strides made Introducing himself to the largest track turnout in Loyola history is the new Cub track coach, Mr. Chuck Mills. As practice got under way this year, Coach Mills and his assistants, Father Sar- gent and Father Duggan, had a iob cut out for them transform- ing quanitiy into quality. Although nine top runners from last year's well-rounded, highly successful varsity team were no longer with us, the Cubs were still rated, along with defending champion Cathedral, as this year's team to beat. Strong point of the team was in field events. High flying Jim Carr, backed by Tom Sears, Chris Seitz and Hal Meany, will attempt to beat last year's pole vault marks. Harry Olivar came within ll" of a 56-foot shot put throw at the South Pasadena meet. Duane O'Connor stretched to a 2' ll" broad iump, while "Kid" Cazenave landed close behind him at 20' 7" at the Culver and Cal meet. Among the trackmen, Pat Ryan and Wells Longshore took some impressive first places at several meets. Tom Dolan and Donn Byrne helped the Loyola score at the Cal-Culver meet with their wins in the mile race. After running C and B 66O's for the last two years, Mike Currin made a big iurnp this year, running for the varsity in the 440 with great speed and agility. Bill Curran, another cinder-path leader, fell out of the races for a time after pulling a muscle at the Burroughs meet. Duane O'Conner leaps for 21 ft. gllqsff ssfiis ak 1 'I HERITAGE. OF THE UREL -:rr .mari 'ff Q- ,sp-W 59- A wi" r '95 E 4 a .. . , . as .. . ,G A 3Sri'3h'bii, M., fr. aw . f rf r 5 r ' 'Fri 3 W.,k ' ffffg, O'Conner and Longshore s-tfr-e-T-c-h 'ro clear the hurdle, fi!Q?f ra r - r , . and keep your mind on the meer." Currin to Lee . . .Will he lengthen that lead? Go sprinis. f "" , in -.Gris f, ,I M M, , -W ff-we , , '.rr F., Q-Q5 .f +- V A 2'-fr , 4 .N .. ,, -I - L ,H -x 350- -.- -an if .sw En' ' ",,,. M .fr .,,,,. , va 'f f V- 41,1 A A.. - -f. , 5- if. W , - .r " filing Q:-fl A' isi -7 ' . . r rs -f , K . . .. 'N ak. K Her' ,f"?-'A'vN- A , , H- . H ., -avg, Q. KV , .,. Qll' V Nik fn. ., 1-ref- ' . Mills Ryan breaks the Tape for another first in The JW? L. at 'Y 'Vt' , on uw, .- dw- . " ' 1" 4 . Q ' - , ,Q H4 . N I ,K f.,,, Q a . Q 5' karl' ' 41 - ,, warp 51.13- A 1 N I ' A ...L 'lifgfv u Q., .f W I-l N. it, aG" R. Lee, Ryan, M. Henegar, P. Cazenave, embers: J. Carr, P, Collins, M. mm Tea Duggan, S.J. I'. and F -1 gent, S.J Sar Fr ls, Assistant Coaches: Mil Coach: Chuck ad He F. L. Danielson, W. Sollima, J McNeil, T. Huget, A. Camacho, Rosato, L. Shores, D. Pondella, T. O'Brien, M. Currin, G. Hill, T. Dolan, D. Friese, M. Pondella, M. 2 asia, bser, D. M Gu ne, R. GY Holleran, P. W th, J. OU nterbottom, L. Freym Baylyff, D. Byrne, D. Wi J. Stevens, P. LaBouff, L. Longo, J. O'NeilI, nks, J. Ba Suazo, R. nnon, C. Ba nnon, P. Newell, B. Ba prez, P. On Fm Ge ward, M. Ross, P. Ho Du gsh ore, N. F1 Lo W. Ha s, R, Hayes, R. Wi liam bbrig, S. HarTNi Matthews, H. Ritchie, M. dello, P. Casey, T. Sears, L, Orr. OFI Pike, J Ostly, R. M r, G. VG eany, H. Oli Privett, H. M J. Schoettler, eriot, S, Slingsby, J Th n, L. Cough J. Y, eia V BACK ROW J Lenihan R Alonso C Johnson A Perez FOURTH ROW T Orr A Hall R Frederlck M Hayes F Nnck H Hart Nrbbrrg THIRD ROW J Baylyff W Steward N Palmer J Conkey D McLoughlin SECOND ROW S Gravenberg W Crevrer T Bufle M Wnferboftom F Tao mma P Fxttmg FIRST ROW L Cervantes T Lieb, R Arguelles M Stehly OPPONENTS LOYOLA 71 59112 49 Va 58 V2 86 V2 71 69 69 BACK ROW F Greco R Ruehl L Amarnllas J Nausha W Slattery P Rodman SECOND RO'W: T. Geeves Howard J Wrlletf L Werner R lrrsh T Palmer FIRST ROW R Taylor S Glbboney R Downs, L. Haenal S hi .Mr .Nq- 'P . ,...,.. CHEERLE DERS """T ..- .U I , si- "LOYO 4--- LA" Tom Dolan, Fred Huston, Dick Alonso, Marx Cazanave, Bob Ziegler, and Ed Mora. NICDNCDQR Nl CLUB TOP ROW: F. Frunling, D, Jolnnson, W. Sclrnelclers, G. Plke. M, Howard, C. Seltz. FOURTH ROW: R. Gubser, E. Mntclwell, H. Ollvar, L. Celava, J. Holleran, W. Curran. THIRD ROW. J. Pelrone, R. Frias, P. Newell, J. Wolfe, U. Del Valle. SECOND ROW: M, Kennedy, J. Carr, A. Telleria, A. Cornaclwo, H. Hart-Nibbrig, A. Navarro. FRONT ROW: Duane O'Connor, R. Duane, Dan O'Connor, R, Wwters. the FIN MEN Captain Dick Duane captured two firsts of the Leuzinger and Inglewood meets. -v' Wiivxf' , f- V. ' 'W wx : ik .Q- Q m.,L U fr i 82 Breath-propulsion. and Dwight Hirsh placed first in The bockstroke. . . . while Put Colligun lead the field in the breczsfstroke ,- L K S , .. ,, A .i:- 11- ,iii W .ii,, i ' iff -4 f- 1 . L' ,me 1 K.. in nhl., 7 3 V EY in V , .ki t ...gif K L, ,,,,,,, I if K K 5 , lll if - l lf cllc A ""i. ,,, 5 'i,, M I ..i.W A ,l, ,4. ,ity X"'--..,., S. , i ,i ,M if J ,,,i f - 'A bf"-W lllff 4 , -2 , ' V. K i l l 'Of f..- ix" x ' ,H fy-TLA ,www we -in RQQ i wil-Fe . -. ., - 'mi ,. Mac Kerr, a future Loyola great. Senior Mike Parsons, a steady points gainer. TOP ROW: Coach Bill Quinlan, Scott Gravenberg, Terry Beuther, Ed Lee, Pete Tarr, John Ford, Mac Kerr, Dick Duane, John McCormick, Floyd Huff, Tony Hope, Vince Flynn. SECOND ROW: Pete McWhorter, Phil Sharkey, Jim Rouse, Ted Voigtlander, Nick Niven, Dick Thorne, Steve Heiner, Mike Parsons, Gary Wooten, Joe Gorman, Dwight Hirsh. FRONT ROW: Carl Hovland, Ben Franklin, Dick Ganger, Terry Harvey, Mike Flynn, Ben Engle, George Clingan. 3- If ng I ., A . . ........ Vicious net play by Capt. l-lubanks. BACK ROW: Mr. Elliott, S.J., B. Brown lManagerl, T. Foster, L. Malone, J. O'Driscoll, J. Schmiesing, S. Sweeney, B. Otis. FRONT ROW: T. Mulcahy, B. Gargoro, M. Liautoud, T. Bryon, L. Gill, N. Gray, S. Schumacher, M, Ne-ary. ABSENT: Capt. J. Hubanks, B. Marr, D. Walmsley, Among the tennis events too late to record in last year's Annual was the CIF Individuals Championship Title won last June by Ronnie Schoenberg, No. I man ofthe var- sity for tour years. Entering the school with national ranking, Schoenberg climaxed his outstanding record by earning for Loyola its third consecutive CIF cham- pionship. Previous championships were made in base- ball and basketball in '53 and '54. This year the netters hope to win their tenth consecutive Catholic League title. Bearing the brunt of this load will be returning Iettermen John Hubanks lCaptain-electl, Bob Otis, and Jim Schmiesing in the senior class and Lou Malone and Bill Marr among the iuniors. Newcomers who will see considerable action are Terrible Ted Foster, Mike Neary, Tom Mulcahy, John O'DriscolI, and Steve Schumacher. Besides the tour-team Catholic League play, the net men also engage city school teams, and other CIF squads. The school will be represented as usual at the annual Dudley Cup and Oiai Tournaments to which all young, promising netters of California aspire. X 5: A . X X X X a and we won't lose the C.L. this yeor. 85 gui' wi . I 4 1 5. 7, ' . Q? fi,-uf, L.,-gw "" I ilfif-:aw ,mi -.ff-2-I4 H 'itflii fig, ,, -ef' 3ff5'3': . ry, f. f , I Q - ,,M',Itfif3g 3551 L l It ,, ' "s,l,,- I 91, ' " -1 .J JI ja ',fvU'gfs. A' 11 e' .- g A n I - "" ' I I ,i r A,..., I M . f A A I L 7' " 1' 5, fs ,, -, ,W , Q. V A 534 A . - ,,,k. L ,.,,, ,v,. V, - -' " I I " 'r I f- , ' . A .. R I gy 1 K xx I ft- IIi ,I I I ' x n I I I I 1 ' I :bf I 1 tg I Q! Impromptu bond leads the cubs to cz pre'gc1me rolly. Coach McGee predicts 0 victory over CantweII. 86 SPIRIT , ll ,S fm ' ,-ani: I I A visiting Knight rides in on his white charger. fIIIII . . . but comes to o sad fciII A Crusader hangs in effigy ppm- The cubs turn out in full force forthe Notre Dame rally. KINDLES HERE... T 4 .Isa Qgik-gbyzqis K" 2 -- f""-'X"1p?fitf7 A - Cheer leaders encourage the stands to drown out the other side. Congratulations for a smashing victory over Serra. Loyola Cub goes after Carmel. Student-body president cmd vice president lead the rally va ' N .1 87 55 'DSYVI 'WIS FQUDAY Nffq x'-was in SVI 0,-Q-6 HU? 59 "'x A SH RDSHOOTERS 'lr 'v ,,i:..1., 35151 im: . . K A ' . yr V , N-3.59, M 3 bi..V.iM , if-r, 5 .J - K K I , K fi ,J L , I K, I -p , i. -SA L 5, , w .gQNSf" - 'W SL J L... fa-fi it ii' -f " 'V 3 .1 ' X K1 fi? 'S JW' .. r N vig! I 5 - ie f . V - 3 kk. , 3 'gy mjfiq. 4 I A - ' J ., , ' ,--' ' 1 . - , .4 'J'v!fiY'.f'5"i' f f me i i - I' "i ' ' ,. S' X I- ' M - if J 4 4 , ' 'Q '+V .W 'K hifi' 'f KI ' Aim of The birdie! i A view from The target: iefi Yo right, Brizzoloru, O'Neil, Weber, Bangs. The glories of The post. 89 Probably one of The leasT publicized buT mosT recognized acTiviTies on Loyola's aThleTic program is The rifle Team. Var- siTy records Tor some years novv have won naTional acclaim. LasT year The Cubs scored 947 poinTs in The HearsT Compe- TiTion. Such a highly compeTiTive Tield exacTs greaT selT- conTrol and careful iudgmenT demanding monThs and monThs of agonizing pracTice. MoTivaTed by The desire To even sur- pass posf records and inspired by The able direcTion oT Major Russell Anderson, U.S.A. and his sTaTT, The Cubs look forward To leasing The HearsT Trophy Tor anoTher year. Main evenTs in This year's schedule also include a NaTional InTer-CollegiaTe MaTch and The 'Shoulder To Shoulder' MaTch aT UCLA in March, The El MonTe QuarTerly nad Two PosTal MaTches, one againsT CalumeT High, Michigan, The oTher againsT Tucson High, Arizona. .mu JAYVEE RIFLEMEN. J, Lo Frano, N. Wollmon, L Adams, J. Campo basso, MasTer Sgr. Engels, U.S.A. FRONT ROW: R. Armstrong D. Wilson, J. Evers, T. Del Amo. JAYVEE RIFLEMENQ Master Sgt. Engels, U.S.A., A. Jonczak, J. Swiff, A. SchuberT, W. Grimes, J. Greenhalgh. FRONT ROW: T. Rausch, V. Monnino, W, Riccardi, N. Silverman. I- BACK ROW: C. Posner, R. Kirchhoff, W. Ordway, D. Brizzolara, M. O'Neil, J. Fredericks, FRONT ROW. J. Bolsfer, H. Custela, Sgt. Snyder, F. Tornay, J. Hauser. -MJ 3-A, 45 N-menu ii Y QP g L . 'e' 1- , gf.-.ir , S . Fw-, j.. Q 151 .-1 rr.. ,m.L ... ,N . ,fag ' ,. ,.. . V R, mfg- 'lf L . - we -1. '41 ..L,: ki vw' 77' , . l l i Loyola's color guard. e Reserve Officer's Training Corps unit at Loyola has proved very important the development of the moral conduct of young men. Under the direction of aior R. Anderson, U.S,A., and his capable staff of Army personnel, the military ogram has made great progress and has become a necessary training in the evelopment of authority. e R.O.T.C. program offers various courses estimated to produce qualified Laders and men of self-control. Each cadet is experienced in first aid, the use nd handling of weapons, and in field maneuvers. The aptitude and fitness of e cadets in these forms of miiltary theory is proven each year on the occurence f federal inspection. This inspection is conducted by a team of officers from we Sixth Army who determine whether or not the junior R.O.T.C. unit at Loyola as achieved a rating high enough to maintain the Honor School Award. After wonths of intensive work, we are eager to achieve this most distinguished award. ipart from the drills, reviews, and ceremonies on the parade grounds, each adet is held responsible for his personal neatness and equipment. Those stu- lents who have proven themselves competent and physically alert may rise to he rank of commissioned officers. The R.O.T.C. program, therefore, is a signifi- ant part of the education of a Loyola student. The military science and tactics exercised today will make the officers of tomorrow's Army. Class 'neatn The California sun. l fx Q Q 1 ,Tv . '- 1' S. F Q COMMANDERS AND HXISTRUCTORS: Masier Sgt. Hobson, Major Anderson, Master Sgr. Engels, Sgr. lsr Class Sclvandra. CADET OFFICERS: TOP ROW: A. Comacho, V, Rlclceres, M. Robinson, G, Rios, J. cle Angelis, D. Jungers, R. Casey. THIRD ROW. G. Meinoll J. McCormick, L. Sargenl, S. Winferboffom, H. Meany, F. Barrena. SECOND ROW: A. Gudelman, T. Comeau, W. Eisemonn, R. Roy, M Grollnek, J. Fredericlcs, J. Sfevvari. FRONT ROW: L. Shores, R. Kirclwlwoff. E. Rodriguez, D. Brizzolara, Maior Anderson, U.S.A., D. O'Connor D. Thomas, J. BolsTer. W V,,- ,. :ZS as 5: 92 Loyola has always been nofed Tor The superior aualiTy of her represenTaTives in all acTiviTies. l-ler aThleTes have rolled up a remarkable recordg her dramaTic, speech and debaTing Teams are known and respecTed Tar and wide, her R.O.T.C. riTle Team has achieved naTEonal honors. Loyola's band is no excepTion To The rule. For several years now iT has won The respecT of musicians all over The area and now sfands as one of The besT miiltary bands in The ciTy. Under The very capable leadership oT Major George j l-lirning This year's band has come a long way. JusT as in TooTball or in any oTher acTiviTy, so also in The band There are Those years in which There is an abundance of Taleni' and Those years in which There is a shorTage. Such was The problem which Taced Major l-lirning This year: he had losT a major parT oT The banol wiTh lasT years senior class. BuT under his guiding hand The band has slowly buT surely progressed unTil iT has now reached a measure oT excellence oT which The school may Truly be proud. T-I THE J Fine band music aT half-Time. N D l TOP ROW: S. Glass, J. Emriclc, R. Marfin, R. Monolello, P. Smirh, C. Oidlund, W. Baker, J. Connelly, R. MclnTosh, J. Evers. THIRD ROW. J. Moyer, l J, Cappel, S. Schumacher, D. Riley, A. Dunne, R. Lowe, J. l-leslin, J. Ford. V. Mannino, B. Garcia. SECOND ROW: R. Gubser lDrum maiorl, C. Johnson, R, McVVherTer, K. Allen, J. PlunkeTT, C. Davis, J. Ouaglino, P. Calligan, M. Wmers, F. Suazo, J. Rasmussen, Mr. EllioTT, S.J., Maj. l-lirning. FRONT ROW: T. Scuderi, J. Reynolds, D. Hnhling, D. Moore, R. Ochoa, A. Koenig, R. PorTer, J. Monragna, Cv, Rosas, T. Simondi ABSENT: W. Gorgaro, M. Murphy, D. O'Keefe. THE CLASSES A ? " Everythings ' 'squareu 10 The Sophomores, NI KE LOVOL 6? ,V , ,z '-..,,,,J , Cautious poise: the approach to the first floor. 15 :his whqf mgkes the Juniors live wires? Tom Muffin, Vwce-Presxdenty Don O'Cormor, Trecxsurerg For Newell, Secreforyg Dlck Duane, Sgr.-of-Arms, Fred Fruhling, President, STUDENT BODY GFFICERS 8 I Philip Moss lSgf.-at-Armsl, Frank Gilbride IVICE Presidenii James Bender lPre-sidenfi, Charles Wallace iSecretaryi, Tim Orr FROSH Dick Alonso lSecrefaryl, Sal Fish lPresiden11, Mike Kennedy iSgr.-at-Armsl, Phil Faist lVice-Presidenti, Bernie Garcia lTreasurerl. Tom Bouchard lPresidenTl, Dave Pondella ISQT.-at Armsl Jack Privetf ITreasureri, Jim Conkey ISecreTaryi, Andy Comacho Nice Presidentl gg, L" -Q 68 ss K-'hr ., -f was TOP ROW: Nick Niven, Gilbert Santa Cruz, Jim Reade, Ray Hokans, Mike Rosato, Chuck Ryan, Tom THIRD ROW: John Huston, Ken Martinet, Tim Orr, Rene Laporte, Glenn lnsprucker, Bill Donnelly, Joe Nick Gray. SECOND RCW: Dick Ganger, Larry Gill, Udo Stru1ynski, Joe Campobasso, Jim Havert, Mahoney, John MacD3nald, Ted Voigtlander, Mike Armstrong. BOTTOM ROW1 Carl Hovlcind, Jim Pete Saporito, Ed Schmchl, Tim Madden, Art Kociencki, Rod Downs, Father Want, S.J. ABSENT1 Jim Bender TOP ROW Tito Del Amo, Len Amato, Chuck Gresswell, Tom Casey, Will McDonald, Bill Heinen, Gary Keele, Bob Klausner Marty Char inock Lou Tarnay THIRD ROW: Joe Coppell, Torn Simondi, John Cooney, Dick Himelhoch, Jon Shinno, Denny Flannigan, Tom Comeau Bob Schliclper Armando Gonzalez, Don Michel, Frank Sennes. SECOND ROW: Tom McMahon, Pat Fernandez, Chuck Russell John LaFrano John Monro Mike Winferbottam, Allan Baylyft, Fritz Studer, Joe Poncorero, John Rossi. BOTTOM ROW: Jerry Rasmussen Tom Scuderi Flank Gillo ide Dick Hessler, Steve McLaughlin, Joe Burke, Greg Gorski, Larry Sork, Larry Luke, Mr. Magallon, S.J. ., 'wr -- -, if ,M s., 7 has lg? ,X 1' 'Eff 1' iifl Q is M: , 13 me X TOP ROW: Mike Landon, Dave Carroll, Dick Doran, Tony Hall, Andy Antol, Sieve Mitchell, Harry Stoner, Bob Martell, John McGlynn Rod Creech. THlRD ROW: Paul Rodman, Ed Olsen, Sanford Rhoods, Phil Sfiarkey, Mike Toomey, Kenji Ishida, John McEvoy, Frank Siramaglia, Terry O'Brien, Jim Rouse, Larry Robison. SECOND ROW: Bob Resiaino, George Marxmiller, John Acquarelli, Fred Nick Lou Bachleder, Jim Hogan, Sieve Gibboney, Paul Boland, Chuck Wallace, Bob Smiih. BOTTOM ROW: Gary File, Mike Waco, Dicl- Cozzini, John Goodwin, Dave Boisselle, Pat Sauer, Jim Brigham, Tom LaBouli, Mike Ray, Dan Mercola, Mr. Peinado, S.J. TOP ROW: Dave Dietz, Bradley Brokop, Tim Harinagel, Ricardo Melendez, Mike McDevitt, Mike Moss, Steve Wallace, Dick While, Al Schubert THIRD ROW: Bernie Keelin, Frank Greco, Louie Amorillas Fran Gaiely, Wayne Ricciarcli, Tony Roof, John Paine, Don McGrath, Al Pelaez, Dave Walmsley, SECOND ROW: Dave Hill, Dennis Jusilcc, Jim O'K:efe, Bob Riehl, Steve Clark, Tom Girard, Harry Hirsh, 1 D Gary Bookasia, Tom Rousch, Bud Shirinian, Roger Quigley, BOTTOM ROW: Dick Hollow, John deMille, Larry Haenel, Buddy Berge, Joe O'Connor, Jon Evers, Dan Daniels, Douglas Wisdom, Rogelio Vega,Mr. Woods,S.J. M W I Q0 ' ff W 'QP- -U50 l E ' A "' -we '91 L hit 1 P no an .,,s- T - 3, TOP ROW: Horry Robinson, Mike Waters, Don Blackwell, Roy Morris, Jim Ouaglino, Phil Moss, Denny Vigo, Bill Fahey, THIRD ROW: Tom McCambriolge, Bill Grimes, Dan Ackel, Art Francis, George Rosas, Alex Loscialpo, Vernon Knodson, Bill Kelly, Dennis Hahling, Bob E McWherter. SECOND ROW: Peter Klote, Joe Failla, Al Marasca, Vince Monnino, Joe Greenhalgh, Roger Anderson, Steve Shiffrin, Lorry Werner, Bill Slattery, Pat Collins, Don Doperron. BOTTOM ROW: Tony Newman, John Zopelis, Tony Reyes, John Montagna, Byron Lee, Dennis Komin, Tom Schneider, Noel Silverman, Tom Palmer, Steve Schumacher, Father Ployoust, S.J. ABSENT: Dennis Moore. TOP ROW: John McGraa, John Holrnstrom, Steve Linsday, Bob Fedrick, Norm Windisch, Dennis Avery, Tom Mulherin, Pete DiBar- tolomeo, Dan Pondella. THIRD ROW: Bob Dietterle, Dennis McLoughlin, Jim Simko, Jack ldiort, Horace McNally, Tim Lawless, Eddie B raclley, Dave Thompson, Bob Russo, Gary Wooten. SECOND ROW: Tom Geeves, John Sitter, Anton Mandekic, Bill Crevier, George Clingan, Charles Rowland, Marty Ziegler, Larry Revilla, Gene DeGoes, Allen Dunne. BOTTOM ROW: Ben Engle, Bob Kadner, Terry 1 F Florian, Dennis Wilson, John Zins, Chorles Tucker, Bob Armstrong, Bill Ross, Mike Flynn, Bob Irish, Mr, MacDonald, SJ. ABSENT: Ray Buyvid. ,gg .. .!f,.,q.l' we 0' A 5 ii , Q? as we win. M 94' ruin," ,A V 4, ,Of if P i. 'po' BQ' Q' QQ Z6- 'snr vf-.W TOP ROW: Mike Hayes, Boyd Johnson, Bill Miller, Frank Calcagnini, Terry Beuihcr, John ihorn, Dennis Moran, Larry Laumann. THIRD ROW: Bill Swifi, Julio Laguna, Larry Orr, Dave Pondella, Bob Graler, Dick Arguelles, Al Perez, SECOND ROW: Chuck Williams, Bill 2 A Neary, Bruce Kuhn, Dick Kolb, Mike Crowley, Bob Howard, Mervyn Phelan. BOTTOM ROW: Nick Rasic, Roberf Lee, Dan Simas, Jim Craig, Louis Raicliff, Mike Diaz, Dick Lowe, Mr. Blufh, S.J. ABSENT: Tom Comeau e ' ' , Pei- McWhorter, Jim Malloy, Glenn Wilson. TOP ROW: Clarence Lloyd, Pete Daley, Par Howard, Jim Slevvarf, Berk Bannon, Pal Calligan, Ned Wollman, Bob Miller, John Hesslin. THIRD ROW: Mike Martin, Tom Leib, Paul Devot, Wayne Milton, Ken Allen, Mike Lyons, Bert Ripple, Ken Schlieper, Dan Lehman. SECOND ROW: Bob Arguelles, Duane Chebul, Dick Coplen, Mac Kerr, Larry Adams, Fred Olson, Larry Longo, BOTTOM ROW: Bob McNeil, Mike Murphy, Jim Gideon, Jim Ross, Chuck Walsh, Pai Conlin, Bill Luke, Mr. Brill, S.J, ABSENT: Bob Dickinson. fri-,J fs 5 .,,..w' 5,-r 'H' ,,,,i Kr 'QR '-Q0 " 99 I ,Edo is QF' 'aa' CS. If W 4 Q, kt I 'E ' ASF X. ky' L an-' me lisp, gf' Q' aww: E. qs TOP ROW: Joe Kolmel, Tony Hope, Mike Seric, Mike O'NeiI, Carlos Salazar, Bill Dietzel, Steve Whitlock, Mike Inglis, Jack Privett, Lou Freymuth. THIRD ROW: John Farrell, Leonard Kurtz, Pat McNeil, Nick Palmer, Mike LeSage, Tony Mulch, Brian Neary, Joe Grady, 2 Dick Frazier, Damian Curran, SECOND ROW: Jim Cain, Joe Gaffney, Dennis Riley, Don Horgan, Joe Couture, Lynn Weber, Alan Kumamoto, Dick Franco, Bert Donlon, Ronnie Bruno. BOTTOM ROW: Brian McGivern, Mark Overland, Jim Tarpley, Lloyd Shields, Bill O'Mr.:IIey, Ambrose Mazto, Dick Lindenauer, Ben Aranda, Lou Belmonte, Bill Hamilton, Mr. BoyIe,S.J. I TOP ROW: Bruce Ostley, Bob Schutz, Frank Kellner, Steve Wawra, Steve Page, Steve Millich, Ronnie Ramirez, Jim Conkey, John Ford, Tony Biyan. THIRD ROW: Dave Brown, Cage Johnson, Glenn Stronks, Mike O'Connor, Steve Urricariet, Fd Wright, Tom Matthews, Jean Champommier, Ronald Folk, Bob Walters, SECOND ROW: Javier Guerena, Bob Francis, Tony Romano, Jerry Davies, Ben Salvafy, Lee Avallone, Bernard Alcorace, Chuck Amico, Phil Buckley, Raul Wicker, BOTTOM ROW: Mark Siehley, Pat Stafford, Pool Abram, Buster Daniels, Pete Hogan, John Moyer, Dick Magary, Jim Green, Father Duggan, S.J. ABSENT: Gene Elorduy, Alfred Thorne. 1 . , C - - I ,. . do W A f K , Q f 1 ., rl 00 U Ia.-' 1-sf i ffl f" .- JL na' 'i x . TOP ROW: Bill Delevan, Mark Gang, Sid Williams, Tom Satriono, Alex Schulton, Jerry Bates, Bill Lane, Vince Flynn, Joe Clerceri, Mike Carpenter. THIRD ROW: Len Crunelle, Mike Shirley, Walt Lewis, Pete Olhasso, Mike Dobbs, Jim Gualtiere, John Wilson, Al Frozier, E Terry O'Brien, SECOND ROW: Dave Hall, Torn Bouchard, Scott Grevenberg, Ken Witternann, Lou Ruiz, Mike Henegar, Paul Daniele, Steve Poche, Bob Hankins, Steve Bauer. BOTTOM ROW: Dennis Frawley, Tom Reveles, Tom Stevens, Bill Ryan, Fran lraqui, Mike Dowling, Bob Ostermann, John Drace, Dick Govan, Mr. Callanan, S.J. TOP ROW: Marty Seffens, Bill Burger, Norman Smith, Harry Helbock, Brian Avery, John Newell, Ancly Becwar, Tom Matthew, Bill Orclway, John Hauser. THIRD ROW: Gene Wendt, Dick Flynn, Mike Gless, Dennis Niblo, Ray Ochoa, John Strathrnere, John Sanders, Tom Butler, Frank Rau, Bob Martin, SECOND ROW: John Hedberg, Larry Severson, Jay Benton, Bill Downing, Dick Harper, Pat Casey, Terry Lorenz, F Don Byrne, Mike Liautaucl. BOTTOM ROW: Fernando Villar, Andy Carnacho, John Millet, Roger Roelle, Bill Donovan, Paul l-legener, Bill Irish, Mike Lee, Mr. Elliott, SJ. ABSENT: John Emrick. 'G' .W ,N 2 f .. Ov I :mov x- 5 Q0 :R rf- r M..- A.. -0 K-en lm WR-sws 'ffl ig? LF l"t 'T ' 'st 36 '-if 3 N- I ' wprgan if '34 QQ in .zx '54 TOP ROW: Charley Veiar, Pat Manahan, John Boland, Tom Molloy Jim O'Neill Tom Theriot Bill Wargin Tom Pa e THIRD ROW B'll , 1 , I Q' 1 ' Aicher, Andy Janczak, Jack Horan, Mike Kennedy, Pat Marley, Jim Holleran, Mike Collins, Ed Drouet. SECOND ROW: John Stoner, l Dick Fonseca, Joe Valenzuela, Armando Navarro, Carlo Mione, Pat Gardiner, Denny Thomas, Paul Helfrich. BOTTOM ROW: Tom Mulcahy, l Phil Mitchell, Fred Houston, Henry Castela, John Meade, Jim Garvin, Bill Ritchey, Mr. l-lombach, S.J, ABSENT: Tom Grant. l i l TOP ROW: Rocco Mondello, John Lenihan, Art Gudelman, Allen Koenig, Ronald Roy, John Kasparian, Mike Carney, Sean Crahan, Jim Lester. THIRD ROW: Ray Gubser, Bill Sollima, Bob Peluso, Stan Tyler, Mike Matthews, Dennis O'Keete, Terry Huguet, Wayne English, Ed de Cerda. SECOND ROW: Sal Fish, Jim Connolly, Bill Gargaro, Phil Gagon, Louis Shores, Tony Ruiz, Mike Grollnek, Bob Porter, Alfonso Lacarra, John Macintosh. BOTTOM ROW: Dick Alonso, Bob Martin, Bob Blickle Bill Baker Louie Cervantes St w rt B I , , , e a oes, Joe Nausha, Steve Glass, Mr, Dullea, S.J. ABSENT: Francisco Sauzo. ,-v' i f' "'4 '-'V i,,, sa Q4' QQ' 071 i Qt ty "Qin 111 5 Nil an - 'hm TOP ROW: Dave Jungers, Ray Falkenstein, John Pusey, Phil Bannan, John Shirinian, Andy Eisernan, Pat Haggerty, John O'Driscoll, Georgel Oliva, Robert Boyle. THIRD ROW: Bob Doll, Jim Freolericks, Dan Espinoza, Ed Roski, Ed Ucker, Bob Best, Dick Guarena, Floyd Huit,: Wilbur Hoag. SECOND ROW: Phil Faist, John Stein, Tim Hedding, Pat La Bouff, Ronnie MacLure, Steve Storey, Ken Darrow, Fred Tarnay,l Joe Campanella, Gordon Ross. BOTTOM ROW: Marx Cazonave, George Rios, Bernal Brenes, Ray Chacon, Dave Clark, John McNeil, Ken Carlson, Ed Schlotrnan, Father Sargent, S.J. ABSENT: Ed Reinsch. TOP ROW: Mike Fahey, Frank Barrena, Kevin Blackwell, Nick Luke, Joe Kirby, Jack McDevitt, Harper Carter, Guido Meindl, John Ostley. THIRD ROW: Mike Burke, Vic Placeres, Dave Stevens, Pete Brown, Harold Meany, John McCormick, Vic Coudayre, Jack Klausner, Karl Henning. SECOND ROW: Ed Etchepare, Chuck Boedeker, Mike Maloney, Tom Cherry, Jack McCauley, Jim Tembruell, Ted Schroeder, Tom Musante, Greg Hill. BOTTOM ROW: Jack Willett, Dick Columbano, Eloy Barrios, George Gutierrez, Bill Stewart, Joe Chapie, Jack Reid, Mr. Tattu, S.J. ABSENT: Mike Robinson, Joe deAngelis, Herb Tomkins. D ' 6-' .. ini Q3 to M. ,, Q? 'UQ "is z 'BAA 5 if -eh., M 3 ,B ia! L ,. ,,, ,N 5, was 9 :Q L , : : - A ...sf .-Q5 nw f lf ,4-F' Q, -Dfw xg za. .xy TOP ROW: Stender Sweeney, Bob Florian, John McGinley, Herb Ducketf, Dick Prchal, John Kirchen, Tim Sargent, John Hisserich, Tom Sanford, Lee King. THIRD ROW: Dan O'Keefe, Bob DeCuenynck, Bill Adams, John Cser, Steve Winterbottom, Dick Thorne, Jerry Schmuki, E Lou Malone, Jack Swifi, John Hamilton. SECOND ROW: Morey Vanhoogendorp, Harry Owens, Bill McGinn, Art Kushi, John Moynier, Ed Bernardin, Mike Meng, Bill Marr, Tom Sears. BOTTOM ROW: Bob Dolan, Garry Jones, Steve Balch, John O'Brien, Jim Bertero, John McCormick, Harold Hart-Nibbrig, Joe Gorman, Pat Martin, Mr. Hyde, S.J. THIRD ROW: Doug Boole, Dave Costley, Art Stehley, Tom MacMasters, Ted Foster, Bob Buschelman, Tony Case, Steve Gerhard, Scott TOP ROW: Neil DuRoss. Ronald Stephenson, Bruce Brown, Tom Farrell, John Schoettler, Carl Spinner, Pat Wayne, Pete Tarr, Ed Lee McGuire, Dick Rolefta, Dennis O'NeiI. SECOND ROW: Bob Gustafson, Bill Fontana, Ed Healy, Dan Masto, Mike Neary, Dick Lopez, 3 F Chris Posner, Mike Keenan, Frank Taormino, Pete Fitting, BOTTOM ROW: Larry Danielson, George Casfelazo, Bill Kenney, Bernie Garcia, Tom Girardi, Dave Roberti, Ronald Banks, Dennis Johnson, Jim Baylyff, Dick Friese, Father Brannon, S.J. Q - .. .. - 1.0 ,- ' 1 v , ,L - , 3, ,Q " Q- C' 1 Q0 -ax- ss th SENIORS E LGVO LA Solving The vvorld's problems. A, 3' 4 , Q 'ig' H Q' Mggasz .--A ..:,+.,37" -W Mtn Heslln,Comlr1 ond Bums in the Spring lime. Hemer, orhlrst for knowledge. Waning for the 9:15 bell Clccolo looks for cl light 1, l Brodley vvoits for his appointment, ,. ,H 51 - Q E K w- 5. , we-' . -F 'S s 1 2 so --we ' t "" 1 ' ZLI f . . i1', 1 . 53.5 ft ,. ., W AW,,,. is s rrsi g..,..g, K H sg x Q' ' R .er M 5 Vice-President Lindsay Crosby, Sgt.-at-Arms Charles Collins, Treasurer Gene McCloskey, ,S Vkzy iQ '73-45 Treasurer Don Johnson. ENIOR CLASS CDFFICERS Another year has passed and once again Loyolans go to take their place among men. Loyola has gained a rich legacy from the example ot cooperation and enthusiasm shown by our sen- iors, they have gained the reward ot their generosity: growth in maturity and responsibility. The class ot '56 has earned its share ot honors. Among those who have won public recognition for their achievements: Duane O'Connor in football, Ronnie Bulrice in basketball, Frank Canniz- Zaro, George Domino, Torn Murrin and Vincent Scott in Forensics. But more important than the accomplishment of individual seniors is the example of what the class ot '56 has done as a group Working together. For your spirit ot cooperation and loyalty we, the faculty and underclassmen of Loyola, congratu- late you - and thank you. Senior President John Bradley HOWARD ADELSTEIN St. Jolirz Military flrazlemy Classical Diploma President of AA, ROTC, Ora- tory. Likes hunting and fishing. Plans to goto Loyola U. in i..,.,, .. Q .,, I V i s i iv: T . .If 3 . .f .f .ai .A ,,.. it 'i.. y Xlhi k ' - 7 X l 1 . l ANTHONY ALCOCER Immaculate Heart of lllary Honorary Classical Diploma A Sodalist, Tony has also been active in the Pep Club, Debat- ing, and the NFL. Plans to Study law. -W 1 BERNARD ALLARD St, Augustine Classical Diploma Bernie played Jayvee Basket- ball in his Junior year.. May seek a degree in electrical en- gineering at Notre Dame. MK. . JOHN AMBROSE St. Augustine Honorary Classical Diploma Vice Prefect in 2nd year So- dality. Life member of CSF. Active in debating, NFL, Dra- matics, Science Club. A future putentelawyer. A rally message from Carmel. DARIUS BAKUNAS St. Vincent Classical Diploma Being interested in engineer- ing, Darius is making plans to get a degree in this science. PHILIP BARRY St. Tliercsc, fllliamllra Classical Diploma A Sodalist and Catechist, with the El Camino Stott for 3 years. Hearst History in Junior Year. ls on his way to Santa Clara U. , ..., iff, DANIEL BANGS St. SZCIIIICIL. Monterey Park Classii-al Diploma ROTC Regimental Adiutant in his senior year, Dan has been active in the Science Club and plans for ci career in medicine. JOHN EELL St. Paul the Apostle Cla.ssif'al Diploma Varsity Track, ROTC, plans to go to Loyola U. to study law, a 5 f. c., W. iz SL.. . fi JOHN BARHOUM Mrztlzcfr Of Good Counsel Classical Diploma Debating, ROTC. A lover of poetry and mathematics, Will carry on with liberal arts at Loyola U. ERNESTO BELLINO St. Bernadette Classical Diploma A Sodalist, years l-3. ROTC, Cub Rifle team, CSF. Wants to study engineering. Y .4 . V. ' ALVIN BISHOP St. lllatthias. Huntington Pk. Classical Diploma Glee Club member for three years. A Ist sergeant in ROTC. Interested in cars and music. JOHN BOLAND St. Augustine Classical Diploma Entered Loyola this year from Chaminade High. Plans to study at Loyola U. lamsifiisiir-"Hilti uw .M 4'-if at A 2' .si Z , At I if 5 JERRY BERRY Our Lady of Loretto Classical Diploma A contributor to Glee Club song for 3 years, Jerry hopes to pursue his interest in me- chanical engineering in col- lege. . .. . ROBERT BEYERLE Incarnation. Glendale Classical Diploma A member of the Library Staff and Science Club, Bob plans a future in aeronautical en- gineering. Efil CARL BINDER St. John. Hyde Park Classical Diploma ROTC Corporal in his iunior year. Perhaps a student of en- gineering at Loyola U. next year. ROBERT BLACK St. Anzhrose Classical Diploma Hearst History participant. ROTC. Loves art, literature, and swimming. A future writer. JAMES BOLSTER Cathedral Chapel General Diploma An expert on the Rifle Team. ROTC. Officer's Club, Will at- tend college. WILLIAM BLESSUM St. Augustine Classical Diploma Glee Club for four years. ROTC. Dramatics. Wants to be a neuro-surgeon. ALAN BOWSLAUGH St. Timothy Classical Diploma Because of his active interest in photography and the Cam- era Club, Alan has been of much assistance to the Loyolist and El Camino. Has plans for pre-med at Loyola U. I T., , w , 'fjcj ,, ...,...wL,,gg.....,,l.f,:,g.4.1. ,g,,,,:,,.,,,, . ,, '1 aa..-' Qwfzfs-eff -I Q. -I-:ff I - . ua 'ffffftfwiffxlk ".fi12faf:?-ix :SEE I is ' 1 ., jf JOHN BOCCATTO St. Agatha Classical Diploma Varsity basketball team mem- ber for three years. ROTC. Track. Looks forward to col- lege next September. " . . And then you let it ferment." JOHN BRADLEY St. Paul Classical Diploma Senior Class President. Varsity basketball and track in his senior year. Jack has also been active in drcimatics and the Pep Club. Will go to Loy- ola U. .. . i. Q .V ' . sf sf DAVID BRIZZOLARA St. John Chrysostom Classical Diploma ROTC. Rifle team. Officers' Club. Science Club. Will have chemistry as his college maior. EDWARD BRYA St. Paul the Apostle Classical Diploma Socialist, participated in de- bating, Hearst History, ROTC. Ed looks forward to pre-med at Loyola U. RONNIE BULRICE Transfiguralion Classical Diploma Star basketball player. Secre- tary of frosh and iunior classe es, sophomore president, Mon- ogram Club member. FRANK CANNIZZARO LOUIS CASTRUCCIO MIKE BURNS St. Philip, Pasadena General Diploma ROTC. Earned varsity swim- ming letter in freshman year. His ambition: to be a lawyer. PAUL BURNS St. Dominic Classical Diploma ROTC. Paul wants a career in engineering, destined for Loy- ola U. Christ the King, Hollywood Honorary Classical Diploma CSF life member, vice presi- dent of NFL, Frank has been outstanding in debating and oratory. His ambition: to be- come a priest and teacher. 'X l by-E JAMES CARR St. Theresa Classical Diploma Sodalist. Monogram Club. Loy- olist. ROTC. All-Catholic in track. Varsity football. Plan- ning for Santa Clara. Jammin' in the old gym. Sl. Theresa. fllhamhra Honorary Classical Diploma Sodality treasurer. CSF. Active in debating, Loyolist, El Cami- no, Pep Club, Science Club, NFL, and sports. Wants to go to the Air Academy. LOUIS CELAYA St. Patfir'lfs. N. Hollyzroorl Classical Diploma Monogram Club Member. Star member of varsity basketball team. May proceed to Loyola U. I Q D117 I il ll . RY :J . l i i.1?Q?fiil11iir'2f'ffegliQ2f. 4- tff9r?z2ll'- 221 fav? A"w :fr -W, C' 'fu JOSEPH CHERNETSKY St. Raphael Honorary Classical Diploma CSF member. Active in debat ing and oratory. Hopes to en ter U.S. Coast Guard Academy. LEO ClCCOLA Immaculate Heart of lllary Classical Diploma Soclalist. ROTC. Officer's Club. seeks a career in medicine, WILLARD CLARK St. Ceraril lllajolla Classical Diploma ROTC. His favorite hobby is skin-diving. On his way to Davis to become a veterinar- ian. WILLIAM CLARK Visitation Clavsioal Diploma Varsity football, and track. Catechist. Orator. Writer for Loyolist and El Camino. lnter- ested in aviation. JAMES CONNOLLY An executive meeting of the Pep Club. s. 1 if St. john Classical Diploma QM lst and 2nd year Sodalist. Varsity track. Music enthusiast. Will turn gineering. to agricultural en ' i TOM COOKE St. Paul Classical Diploma With the band for three years. ROTC. College destination. QMS!! Z'-if CHARLES COLLINS St. Elizabeth, Altadcna Classical Diploma Sodalist, 2nd and 3rd year. ROTC. Pep Club. Likes swim- ming and mechanics. Wants to study engineering at Santa Clara. HAROLD CONNAL St. Mary Magdalene Classical Diploma Interested in travel and fish- ing. Plans to attencl the Naval Academy. . w Wifi im' . nk 1 ,... I - yt ' ' i ' " s is l fi i f T w - . 1 . ., 33:5 A "" u V . iff' if T Q I f ' i fi A 1 ' ' ,X 5 ,Y L - I - ip' I' l RICHARD COPPOLA St. Francis of Assisi Classical Diploma Sodality officer. ROTC. Inter- ested in sports. Bound for Loy- ola U. sj.. .... JOHN COSGROVE 1ll,l'lll'Illlil.UI1. Clerzzlale Honorary l.'lawxir'al Diploma CSF life member. Rifle team. Active in debating for two years. NFL. Going to college. And then the mama bear said . . " MARIANO DAGANG St. 1,azcrcnr'o, lValts Classical Diploma Sodalist. Did well in varsity basketball and track. Enjoys sports and music. Making plans for Santa Clara, JOHN COUGl-ll.lN Ss. Felicitas and Pcrpetzza Classical Diploma Varsity trackman. ROTC. Ski enthusiast. Will study medi- cine. JARLATH CURRAN St. Clement, Sanla Monica Honorary Clasiscal Diploma Glee Club 2nd Tenor. Jayvee and varsity baseball. To Loy- ola U. to study engineering. ,I .V A . .... L. I 4 - - . ki i s. Q ...jyfj v . . 'f ,.,.,.N f. , ' .,.. .,, Q . .xi 5. f fl t 3? 'HST ei ' s . , , , .V , , Zfif- e 'iff if 1 . ifss 'K 5,3 - . H, 1 CLYDE DAVIS St. Jerome Classical Diploma Assistant Editor of the El Ca- mino, Band. Pep Club. To ma- jor in engineering. is 44' rib A rf 9 eil, nil in C QCP, 'K .V of tw . . I ,wg .V 1 k g. 51-ig K.. -m..,1- 1 f as fait-4'fT, fy ' J ' i 172 3? it 7i?i1ff???iff , A" A l i U l K wa? MICHAEL CRONlN Incarnation, Glendale Classical Diploma ROTC. Active Pep Club mem- ber. Loyolist. Jayvee baskete ball. On to Georgetown. WILLIAM CURRAN Transjguration Classical Diploma Socialist. Member of the Mono- gram Club. Varsity football and track. Future Notre Dame student. EDWARD DAVIS St. Augustine Classical Diploma Sodality member in first and second years. ROTC. Works on cars for a hobby. Future plans include Loyola. LlNDSAY CROSBY Good Slieplzcrd Honorary Classical Diploma Senior Class vice president. Junior Class president. Sodal- ity. Football and baseball. Pep Club. interested in commercial art. MlCHAEL CURRlN Sl. john, Hyde Park Classical Diploma Sodality member for 3 years. Varsity track star. Cross Coun- try. Likes to hunt and fish. WILBUR DAVIS Sl. Bernarlctzfc Honorary Classical Diploma CSF for four years. Writer for Loyolist and El Camino. Future plans uncertain. WARREN DEARBORN St. Mary Magdalena Classiral Diploma Sodality for two years, CSF, debating, Hearst History. En- joys golf. Will take business administration. ALLAN de MILLE St. Paul the Apostle Classiral Diploma ROTC. Baseball. He plans to study public relations and law. --.4 THOMAS DOLAN St. Agatha llonarary Classical Diploma Sodality tor three years. A top "miler" in Varsity track. Prom- inent writer for the Loyolist. Was in Pep and Science Clubs. Career in medicine. i . 9. . sw .ii 1 -1 ll h K V. E ' 1 3 l 'W 5 If I S ...,,,, gk fgfg. -R , .wi v - . . . i ' i JAMES DELANEY S t. Fin b a r Clasxlral Diploma Lover of "grace-bestowing" gymnastics. Will go to Loyola U. MARIO de SOLENNI St. James. La Cresfenta Honorary Classifal Diploma Sodalist. Loyolist contributor. Science Club member. Debater. Prefers fresh air and the coun- tryside. May be a country doc- tor, t L ' l A i . ' . V 5 iN il GEORGE DOLL Incarnation. Glcmlale Classical Diploma ROTC. Cars are his chief hob- by. Future plans include col- lege. i.. -1. if Y S, ,. l 'VY 1' BERNARD del VALLE St. John the Evangelist Classical Diploma A basketball standout for four years. Freshman Sodality vice- prefect. His future is in the field of agriculture. JOHN DODGE St. Catherine Laboure Classical Diploma ROTCI rifle team. Very active member of the Sodality. Will go to Loyola U. f l - el GEORGE DOMINO St. flugusline Honorary Classival Diploma Sodalist. CSF. Loyolist. Active in oratory, NFL, and Pep Club. Wants to travel. Tu? ULPIANO del VALLE ,rlmerivafz Martyrs, lVlanllaltan Beach Classiral Diploma Monogram Club. Varsity toot- ball and baseball, Likes to be with rod and reel beside a good stream. Future business- man. he pictures He's lookin' att s 2 4 it ANTHONY DOMIT St. Augustine Classical Diploma Freshman Sodality. Spenols his leisure time with cars. Major in engineering. fi Y T5 K, .5 J A . y , mfg.. ' ,, I fi ' is ss FRANK DONATO Holy Familly, Glendale Classical Diploma Sodality member for two years. Varsity football. Will go to Loyola U. Q it il- 1 NR ARTHUR DURAN Mother of Sorrows Classical Diploma Monogram Club. Varsity foot- ball and track. interests center in sports. JERRY DOOLEY All Saints. Buffalo Classical Diploma Entered from All Saints in Buf- falo, N.Y. Sodalist. Varsity basketball. Hopes for liberal arts courses in college. ROBERT EPSTEIN Good Shepherd, Beverly Hills General Diploma Sodalist. A source of ideas for the Pep Club. Oratory and NFL. Hopeful future in cinema. RICHARD DUANE St. Paul the Apostle Classical Diploma Sodalist. Monogram Club vice president. Student Body sgt. at arms. Captain of varsity swime ming. May study law at Notre Dame. X RICHARD FITZGERALD St. Francis, Riverside General Diploma Entered in senior year. Played on varsity football team. Plans to attend Xavier U. ,,. .-- fn ,ff 4' f V wi-:gr WILLIAM FLANNIGAN St. Ambrose Classical Diploma Sodality for two years. ROTC. Varsity track and baseball Plans to make career in en- gineering. ff si si J i. Ft JOHN FOELDl St. Augustine Classical Diploma Ilonorary Classical Diploma Freshman Sodality. ROTC. May CSF member for four years. go to Loyola U. GEORGE FOLSEY St. Martin of Tours Has scientific interests. 'L . . .And stay away from Balboa." imksmsum JAMES FORD Our Lacly of Perpetual Help f.'lassir'al Diploma Band member for four years. ROTC. Rifle team. Enjoys coun- try sports. Desires forestry for o career. RUBEN FRIAS Divine Sarior Classiral Diploma 3 Q, .N gig, . . . 21' an ,..... ...L xl . ir . .C M35 ,,,.rr, by "-f ,--1w:::45-?5?5- 4 ,..-ESA-Sin . . .- Q'-fr . ' "e'4f2'.:'r?':2115211' I f.'.':E??55!f21: "le'f?'lf:3 fIi""+'JL. s"""""-I-25'-Zigi" R X '."'f::::gr?'IJ::?r-' K f--+,z.m,- N we ..iffi.f " ""'-+- 3:'f'.f-.wi f. 1--'vw iw f if .-fm - .. f-.vw ff'-.u as :H 'JS' "gli:-flea". i'3',3:m , ,MW ff'.ff.'i,n n - .4535 fit, ii-Jfff lrf. 'Q - ."""' 'irzztwrfve Tiiifff. - '. ri- s., .,,e..A,,,: g .wwmv I.: x .lf - i lf' ' 'iv'5"" 'iw 1, ','.".'f,v".".'mI:-.....f fe -' -get 1 5 :f.p:g.:'.:4:f-:L 1 2:23,-1 it 54'-:f:pf:gr' ,:f.:.-:-5.5, J V SQ? -L ' 5 ' -wil . i M 3.i'.-gifsf.. " -1 iz. STEVE FRANKLIN Blessed Savrament, Hollywood Honorary Classical Diploma CSF member for tour years. Hearst History. Sodality. Pre- paring to be a chemical en- gineer. ' FREDERICK FRUHLING Incarnation, Glendale Classival Diploma Monogram Club. Varsity Foot- Student Body president. Mono- ball for two years. ROTC. Fu- gram Club. Outstanding on the ture plans are undecided. varsity football squad. A tu- JOHN FRANSCELL Sl. Peter's Classiral Diploma A member of the Science Club. ROTC. Plans to study engineer- ing. MICHAEL GERMONPREZ Cathedral Chapel Classiral Diploma Hearst H i s to r y contestant. ROTC. Hopes to attend Notre Dame or Loyola U. EDWARD FREEMAN St. Timothy Classiwal Diploma First and second year Sodality. CSF. Favorite sports: golf and football. Will study medicine. ture in law. ' xi KARL GIDLUND Cathvzlral Chapel Claxsiral Diploma Played trumpet in the band. Active in the El Camino, Loves the outdoors. Hopes to enter "l don't care it your head the Foregtry Service, does itch, Heiner." FRED GOFF Our Lady of Loretto Classioal Diploma Sodolist. Was a tour-year member of NFL. Pep Club and Debating. Looks forward to the Air Force Academy. WILLIAM GOULD Tranxfiguration Honorary fflassifal Diploma Sodalist. Pep Club and Loy- olist. Interested in progressive jazz. College choice is Spring Hill or Loyola U. Your grades read TOO, TOO . . . 4O." GEOFFREY GUNTHER St. Bernadette Classical Diploma ROTC sergeant. Enioys a good chess game. Wants a career in science. AARON HAYHURST Sl. Eugene Classical Diploma ROTC. Freshman Sodality. He might include art in his plans for college. RICHARD HALL St. Philip, Pasadena Classical Diploma Saclalist. CSF. Varsity track. As a senior, active in debating, Pep Club, oratory. NFL mem- ber. OWEN HAYHURST St. Eugene Classical Diploma Sodality member for two years. ROTC. College plans un- decided. ARTHUR GRIESE St. Paul Classical Diploma ROTC. His favorite sport is skin-diving. Plans to go to col- lege. 'T' RONNY HARRIS Blessed Sacrament Classical Diploma Freshman, Soclality. ROTC. Likes hunting and fishing, May study engineering at Loyola U. IGH' STEPHEN HEINER St. Paul the Apostle Classical Diploma Sodality member for two years. ROTC. Dramatics. Var- sity swimming team. A future Student of law. JOHN GRUNDHOFER Holy Family, Glendale Honorary Classical Diploma Sodality and CSF member for two years. Pep Club. Sports enthusiast. On to college next year. RONNY HAYES Sz. Ambrose Classical Diploma ROTC sergeant. Bee swimming team. Automobiles fascinate him. Interested in law studies. I. HECTOR HERNANDEZ Sacred Heart General Diploma After a period of service in the Armed Forces, he is completing his high school studies this year. JOSEPH HESLIN St. Elizabeth Classical Diploma ROTC. Sodality. Jayvee toot- ball. Desires to study business administration at Loyola U. ' 5-if iafggi Y": ,... , C A :tit gif ik I in ' 4 THOMAS HODGKISS St. Ambrose Classical Diploma Sodalist. ROTC. Officers' Club. Loves to work on cars. May go to Loyola U. BRUCE JAMISON California Military Classical Diploma CSF for three years. Dramatics in second and third year. ROTC. Will study some form of engineering in college. CHARLES HIMELHOCH St. Iohri the Evangelist Classical Diploma With the El Camino for two years. ROTC. Science Club, At- tracted to science and mechan- ics. Will study at Loyola U. THOMAS HOLMES Holy Redeemer Classival Diploma Sodality. Sgt.-at-arms of Sci- ence Club, Band. Catechist. Has an absorbing interest in chemistry and electronics. Fu- ture studies at Loyola U. F9 E' 'Y' uf? QM. Nw 'QF DON JOHNSON St. Frariris of Assisi Classiral Diploma Secretary of the Senior Class Held offices in the Sodality for three years, Monogram Club. Varsity basketball squad manager. To study law at Santa Clara. Md DWIGHT HIRSH Good Slzcplzerzl, Beverly Ilills Classical Diploma With the Sanctuary Society for three years. President of the Science Club. Varsitw swim- ming. A future in chemistry. . as,f lf Ji' sf 2 l MICHAEL HOWARD Visitation Classical Diploma Monogram Club. Star player on the varsity football squad. El Camino. Varsity track. Fu- ture undecided. ,Q ... Q , ' fiat Z WILLIAM HOBBS Visitation Honorary Classical Diploma Sodalist, Editor of the Loyolist. Pep Club secretary. CSF. Glee Club. NFL. JOHN HUBANKS St. Mary lllagflalvrze Classical Diploma Monogram Club. Biology Club. Loyolist. NFL. Captain of vate sity tennis. Planning for pre- medical training. "Son, have you thought about the U9 if Www? . .1 X A4 C V tt. 3 gg' 1 , i 'ii 'L,, in - , i 3 GSH T :givin . A , Vlik zk"i k!,,. f H .-4 2 5,awf si'i - 'tt' f 11 JOHN KARNS ROBERT KELLEHER ROBERT KIRCHHOFF JAMES KNUDSON GILBERT JONES Holy Cross Classical Diploma Sadality member for three years. ROTC. Varsity basket- ball squad. His maior interests include photography and bas- ketball. Will study medicine. GILLES JOUBERT St. Martin of Tours, Brentwood Classical Diploma Preparing to be a lawyer. Ac- tive in dramatics, oratory, de- bate. NFL. Favorite sports: golf and horseback riding. forest ranger. DAVID KARNES Transpguration Honorary Classical Diploma ROTC. Enjoys swimming and basketball. Desires to be a fi: l 'L . . , - 's , , ll i - C 1" s I 1 . -it . A f' , , ic- A L 1 5 - sv' . fs-1 A , 'N . Y i ..... A . . s smrxq . -,ui I ' .31 ' sie :fir '- ' , , K if l i I 'f if eriesesfi "tp f -dxf ,'f' - ... ' , fgigeiwfei pg, " ?. .4-1-HK' '. 1 ,. Qsaeiwp . zz sa : j 4' .ty . -,gE.:. nf i-' Q55 f-iii-jqiyigy "ik ,k 5.53: fi Em. is N .- I ' . . 1. fi15?3Li 'SQ - 'iifflliilivfi 452 -- ' ::. as , 's:2.erQ," . - ...R -1 e-en-ss.f-fi-..-.fztzn vt 4 -Y- Blessed Sacrament Honorary Classical Diploma Sodalist. CSF member for four years. Debating, Oratory, and Pep Club. Varsity track, Jay- vee basketball. St. Augustine Classical Diploma Varsity Baseball for three years. Sodality. ROTC. Offi- cers' Club. TERRY KOLHOFF St. Paul the Apostle Honorary Classical Diploma Debating. Hearst History. CSF. lntends to study law. Sz. Paul the Apostle Classical Diploma Captain of the Rifle team. ROTC. Officers' Club. Science Club. Wants to study mechan- ical engineering. ROBERT KOMIN Divine Savior Classical Diploma ROTC. Pep Club in iunior year. Considering the study of ar- chitecture seriously. Wf,,,' St. Vincent Classical Diploma ROTC. His favorite high school subject: trigonometry. Hopes to be an engineer. .N iii Y.. .., A, 1. M,- BION LA SHIER Immaculate Heart of Mary Classical Diploma Hearst H i s t o r y contestant. ROTC. May proceed to Loyola U. --Q.. f "KH K N. ' 'K I: . -' H. ,V J- .Q J JAMES LONERGAN Sl. Paul tlze Apostle Classical Diploma Varsity track for two years. Pep Club. Interested in en- gineering. On to Loyola U. wc? WlLLlAM LYONS St. Agnes Classical Diploma Varsity and Bee football. So- dality. ROTC. College maybe next year. WELLS LONGSHORE Holy Family, Glendale Classical Diploma Sodality for three years. Pep Club. Varsity track. Wrtier for Loyolist. Officers' Club. Jayvee basketball. ROBERT LOWE St. Stephen, Monterey Park Classifal Diploma Band member for four years. Sodality. Catechist. ROTC. Plans to 90 to LOYO'G U' "When the blue ofthe night. . " .f - - H k . , ,. 'M Q 2 5 .. I .I s MlCl-lAEL MCCALLUM St. femme Classiral Diploma Varsity football and baseball. ROTC. Looking towards the Lone Star State for college. EUGENE MCCLOSKEY St. Paul the Apostle Classiral Diploma Loyolist. Pep Club. ROTC. Offie cer's Club. Finds hunting to be his favorite sport. Treasurer of senior class. E Q 3 THOMAS McGARREY St. foan of Arr: Classieal Diploma Key man on the varsity base- ball squad. Preparing to be- come a pro-ball player. JAMES MCCREARY St. Kevin Classiral Diploma ROTC. Enioys hunting. Wants a liberal arts training in col- lege. JOHN MCHUGH WILLIAM McNAlR St. Lawrenre, Palos Verdes Blessed Saerament Classical Diploma Classieal Diploma ROTC. Rifle team. Enioys ski- As a iunior, Varsity track team ing, hunting, golf, and fishing. member. ROTC. General inter- A future architect. est in sports. College unde- cided. mr LOUIS MAHONEY St. llloriira. Santa Monica Classical Diploma MlCHAEL MANDEKIC SL. Francis of Assisi Classical Diploma CSF. Science Club. Debating. Varsity track and baseball. Has a vocation for medicine, Oool This isn't the Mothers Club?" ROTC. Planning a career in pharmacy. . .,--' .. F? I f in i L I I + 'ill l .. S lm: ARTHUR MITCHELL St. Brendan Classical Diploma ROTC. One of Coach Mills' wrestlers. No plans for the future made yet. Vice presi- dent of AA. THOMAS MOORE Classical Diploma Transferred from Bellarmine Prep, San Jose. Organizer of the card stunts tor Pep Club. El Camino. Aiming for the Dip- lomatic Corps. JOHN MASERO Visitation Honarary Classical Diploma CSE. Oratory. NFL. Leading role in the "Mil4ado." Varsity tennis. College undecided. Jdw EDWARD MITCHELL St. Brendan Classical Diploma Monogram Club. Varsity bas- ketball star. ROTC. Will study business administration. EDWARD MORA St. Brendan Classical Diploma Sodalist. Glee Club. Oratory, NFL. Dramatics. Varsity track. Cheerleader. Pep Club. ENRIQUE MELENDEZ Classical Diploma Varsity football and tfack. Will return to El Salvador for his college education. JAMES MITSCH St. Paul Classical Diploma Varsity and Jayvee baseball. Science Club. Sodality for three years. His college future at Loyola U. ROLAND MORA Our Lazly of Loretto Classical Diploma Active member of the Pep Club. Loves swimming and the "great outdoors." College un- decided. 5 1 X XR .xx JOHN MORETON St. Agatha Classical Diploma ROTC. Has a great liking for music. His ambition - to be a professor of history in some university. MICHAEL MURPHY Good Shepherd. Bercrly Hills Honorary Classical Diploma Life member of CSF. Sodalist. Sports editor for the Loyolist. Varsity football. NFL. To Notre Dame for Accountancy. JOSEPH NEGLIA Cathedral Chapel Classical Diploma Glee Club for four years. Dra- matics. Band. Sodality. Fond of music. Hopes to go to Loyola U. for engineering. TIM MULLER Cathedral Chapel Classical Diploma Varsity football and track. Pep Club. ROTC. Takes much en- ioyment in road-racing. May make his future with law. THOMAS MURRIN Cathedral Chapel Honorary Classical Diploma Prefect, vice prefect, and sec- retary of Sodality. Student Body vice president. President of the Pep Club. CSF. Oratory. NFL. Varsity football. PAT NEWELL St. Virtor Classical Diploma CSF. Monogram Club. Out- standing on varsity football squad. Student Body secretary. ROBERT MU RDY Sl. Joseph, Hawthorne Classical Diploma CSF, Wide interest in sports His college plans undecided. RICHARD MURROW St. Paul the Apostle Classical Diploma Varsity track. ROTC. Has a tender love for sports cars. Would like to become a com- poser of music. JAMES NOLAN St. Brendan Honorary Classical Diploma President of the Science Club. EI Camino. Loyolist. Oratory. Pep Club. Intrigued by bi- ology. new "Aw shucks! Anybody can do it DANIEL O'CONNOR Sit. Paul the Apostle Classiral Diploma Student Body treasurer. Treas- urer of iunior class and Mono- gram Club. Captain in varsity football. CL honors. DUANE O'CONNOR St. Brigid Classical Diploma Sodality. President of the Mon ogram Club. Varsity football All-Catholic in his senior year interested in agriculture. WILLIAM O'MARA Blessed Sacrament Classival Diploma Transferred from Bellarmine Prep. Sodalist, Fine player on varsity basketball team. Show business and law attract him. JOHN PAGE St. Brigid Honorary Classical Diploma Science Club. ROTC. CSF. Col- lege plans undecided. is as ' or l Y HARRY OLIVAR Visitation Honorary Classical Diploma Sodality treasurer. CSF. Mono- gram Club. Leading role in "Othello" Varsity football and track. May study law. MICHAEL PARSONS Sz. Brendan Classical Diploma Varsity football in his junior year. Sodality. Band. Looks forward to college. MICHAEL O'NElL Classical Diploma Sl. Finlzar, Burbank Sodality. Sanctuary Society. Pep Club. Oratory. Glee Clulo. Dramatics. NFL, Will use his speaking experience as a law- yer. ROBERT PEPPERMULLER Sl. Cecilia Classical Diploma ROTC. Officer's Club. Jayvee tennis. Enioys stamp collecting. Future undecided. WALTER O'MALLEY Sz. Francis Honorary Classical Diploma Science Club. CSF. Entered Westinghouse and Hearst con- tests. Preparing for astro-phys- ics and electronics. ROBERT OTIS St. Philip. Pasadena Honorary Classical Diploma CSF. ROTC. On the varsity ten- nis team for three years. JOSEPH PETRONE Visitation Classical Diploma Socialist. ROTC. On varsity football squad for two years. On to Loyola U. for business administration. f Q . - K 'cf Q , '-sfarvfaaef W e R... in-as MlCHAEL PETTITE Our Laily of Perpetual Help Classical Diploma ROTC. A boxing enthusiast. Hopes for a career in either law or political science. JACK PLUNKETT St. Paul Classical Diploma Editor of the El Camino. Band. ROTC. Loyolist. CSF. Known for his photographic work. Plans for a career in medicine. JOSEPH REYNOLDS St. Brendan Classical Diploma CSF. Sports editor of El Ca- mino. Asst. sports editor of Loyolist. Pep Club president. NFL. Band. Aspiring for a de- gree in music. fii ' ,L . A, X f..s.n.f f '54 W, .5 -s I W .2 1 R '19 DESIDER RADY St. Raphael Classical Diploma Sodality. Football. Band. ROTC. Enioys the outdoor life. Fu ture plans undecided. RONALD RlCH Sl. lolin. Ilylle Park Classical Diploma . Z 4 , P- - .gg - H. ftt h f A V 5 .E J . felt ,ii ' 1 MAREK PlASECKl GARY PIKE Sl. Thomas Classical Diploma ROTC. Rifle team. Science Club. His college major: elec- tronics. St. .fluguszine Classical Diploma ROTC. Varsity football and track. Main interests. cars and sports. Will study law. 'P'-? -..-ws, X X, CHARLES RIMF Classical Diploma Our Lady of Loitrtles. Entered Loyola in his iunior . ANTHONY REVELES TI'lll1SfigllfllfI.07l Classical Diploma ROTC. Bee track and football in his iunior year. Likes hunt- ing. Future plans undecided. EDWARD RODRIGUEZ Our Lafly of Lourdes, Montebello Clasxiral Diploma Sodolist. ROTC. Varsity foot- ball. Loyolist. His favorite rec- reation. roller skating. Debating, Oratory. Science year. Varsity football and Club. ROTC. Will study bi' baseball. Pep Club. Monogram ology or pathology. Club. Loves golf. VJN, .4 .. .A A in C I I. N.. lx 4 RUSSELL ROlDE St. Brigid Honrary Classical Diploma CSF honors for tour years. Glee Club and dramatics. De- bating. Science Club. NFL. So- dolity. Will study medicine at Loyola U. DONALD ROY St. Thomas Classical Diploma Sodalist and catechist. ROTC. His chief hobby: photography. Future plans: economics at Loyola U. "You'll wonder where the yellow Went .. " WlLLlAM SCHNEIDERS St. Paul the Apostle Honorary Classical Diploma Sodality. CSF. Monogram Club. Varsity football and track. Loyolist. Will enter the adver- tising business. KARL SCHWAB St. Elizabeth, flltadena Honorary Classical Diploma CSF. Science Club. Oratory. Debating. NFL. Loyolist. Will study medicine. PATRICK RYAN Transfiguration Classiral Diploma Sodalist. Varsity football, bas- ketball and track. Loyolist. ROTC. Wants a liberal arts training in college. 4 . j 'if if 4 y -s - 1 e. ' 3 X .- t,xfv,.V.:1 . 1 s A1 : 12 1 I 6' 5 2 ' ii 05:5 ' ' if .. -M WlLLlAM SARRACINO Mission San Gabriel Classical Diploma Sodalist. Pep Club. Hearst His- tory. Golf and tennis are his favorite sports. Will major in architecture and designing. LEROY SCOTT St. ,lolin Chrysostom Classical Diploma Science Club. ROTC. Will make his future in chemistry. . .1 VV Q t -,,.- I N JOSEPH SANGUINET Tranxfgnration Classical Diploma ROTC. Band. Will prepare for aeronautical engineering at Loyola U. JAMES SCHMIESING St. Gregory Honorary Classical Diploma Freshman class president. El Camino. Science Club. Varsity tennis. Pep Club. To Loyola U. for medicine. VINCENT SCOTT Sz. flugnstino Honorary Classical Diploma Sodalist. CSF. President of de- bating, NFL, and oratory. Pep Club. Science Club. Hearst History. Will study dentistry. ...pf CHRISTOPHER SEITZ St. Paul the Apostle Classical Diploma Monogram Club. El Camino. Pep Club. Varsity track. ROTC. Dramatics. Has interest in elec- tronics. Wants to live in Colo- rado. :. 52. ' H .5- 1 i 1 ' ALFRED SLATEN Mother of Good Counsel Classical Diploma Sodality. ROTC. Varsity track. Hobby: electronics. Ambition: a degree in medicine. Destina- tion: Loyola U. PATRICK SMITH Sz. Augustine Classical Diploma Sodalist. Band. Glee Club. Hearst History. Dramatics. El Camino, Will prepare for elec- trical engineering at Loyola U. ef 1 i if K if -, ,sg . - -W sf I f--fer is, ,.,. 1 D l ,, -i f ' KIRBY SHERIDAN St. Augustine Classical Diploma ROTC. Varsity track. Enioys the contentment of fishing. STEVEN SUNGSBY St. Mel Classical Diploma Entered Loyola in his senior year. Sodalist. Debating. Ora- tory. Dramatics. NFL. Science Club. Interests: science, skiing. College: Santa Clara. ROBERT TABER SL. Francis de Sales, Riverside Classical Diploma Sodalist. El Camino. Loyolist. ROTC. Jayvee basketball. Col- lege undecided. EDWARD SHIRLEY St. Martin of Tours Honorary Classical Diploma Sodalist. Debating. Loyolist. El Camino. Pep Club. NFL. Hearst History. Varsity track. ANTHONY SIMHAUSER Visitation Classical Diploma Sodolist. El Camino. Pep Club. Oratory. Varsity football in his third year. Will be a student of physics at Seattle U. "Whatl Me worry?" ANTHONY TELLERIA St. Tlzornas Classical Diploma THOMAS TETZLAFF Mrzther of Good Counsel Classical Diploma ROTC. Track. Enjoys road rac- ROTC, Sodality. Will study en ing. College undecided. gineering in college. t And then Aeneas said to Dido. . . JOHN WOLFE Visitation Clasxirol Diploma Varsity football and track. So- dality. ROTC. Rifle team. Likes hunting and fishing. A future engineer. MICHAEL TOUTONGHI St. Charles, North Hollywood Classical Diploma Entered Loyola in his senior year. A stamp collector, Inter- ested in music. Q-ll 4-nilgff FREDERICK VOTE St. folzn. Hyde Park Honorary Classical Diploma ROTC. Devotes his leisure to study. College undecided. ROBERT ZIEGLER Our Lady Help of Christians Classical Diploma ROTC. Pep Club. Freshman so- dality, Cars attract his interest. On to Loyola U. .fiistl iLdE'W'J ti lltlss l +V - I . STERLING TRENBERTH St. Mary Magdalene Honorary Classical Diploma CSF, Glee Club. Debating. Or- atory. NFL. Science Club. Will study medicine. . . 3 .- ,.g.C ..g.i . east. ROGER WATERS Mother of Good Counsel Classical Diploma Secretary of Monogram Club. Varsity football and track. ROTC. His future plans: "steady study." ROBERT TROMBLEY St. Jerome Honorary Classical Diploma ROTC. Sodality for two years. Likes tennis and basketball. May go to Loyola U. for pre- med. JOHN WILLIAMS St. Ambrose Honorary Classical Diploma CSF. Debating. Oratory. NFL. Hearst History. Loyolist. Chooses Loyola U. for preparation in law. FI ,,,k 1 LAST, BUT NOT LEAST: ILLUSTRIOUS GRADUATES OF THE PAST MAKE LOYOLA. Some members of The Closses of '35 loloovej ond '45 lloelovvl. SENICRS OF THE PAST . T T 'E S I 1 . 1 1 1 4 I I , 1 , f 1 , . . , 1 Qflnoflzer 676615022 . . 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