Loyola High School - El Camino Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 138 of the 1958 volume:
El Puebla de la Nuestra Senora,
La Reina de Los Angeles . . . original name of Los Arngeles
The City of Our Lady,
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1 Being devoTed sons of an ever-lov-
ing MoTher, you have dedicaTed
FATHER PLUSHKELLI SDJ. your book This year To Mary. She
apprecioiTes your ThoughTTullness like
any moTher, when her sons show Their graTiTude Tor her love ond sacrifices. Each one of you can Tell of Her solliciTous
proTecTion and guidance Through These Tour diTTiculT and crucial years. l-low oTTen Mary's inTercessory powers have won
for you needed graces To accomplish The impossible, how many Times her words of encouragemenT have seen you
Through a crisis. When we come To Thank He T H ' ' '
r or er Timely words of warning and advice, we feel so inadequaTe. BUT
Mary undersTands. She asks us To
Tocus our grciTiTude on The imiTaTion oT
Her virTues, especially ci respecT Tor
women moTivaTed by The purify and
digniTy of The Mofher of God.
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Fr. Myloff, S.J., Fr. Needles, S.J., Fr. R. Shepherd, S.J., Fr, J. Shepherd, S.J., Fr. Bannon, S.J.,
Fr. Domachowski, S.J.
argenr, S.J., Fr. Doyle, S.J., Fr. Giiligan, S.J., Fr. Duggan, S.J., Fr. Richardson, S.J., Fr, Lester, SJ.
Standing: Mr. German
Fr. Playoust, S.J.
n, S..J., Mr. Blake, S.J., Mr. Gonzalves,
SJ., Mr. MacDonald, S.J. Sitting: Fr. Pallas, S
.J., Mr. Maftlwewson, S.J.,
Cicero has an uneasy moment,
Judge Florian presiding.
Trial of Cafiline
Cafiline on trial: Lee, Holstien, Rosaio.
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Frampfon, Mr. Bo rneif,
resion, Fr. Barry, S.J., Fr.
Fifch, S.J., Mr. Herncm
dez, SJ., Mr. McCorTl1
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Mr. Gollos, S.J.
Mr. Valenti, Mr. Breci
Ulf, S.J., Mr, Coone S.J
y, ,, Mr. Buckenmeyer, S.J.
Fifty years of intercession
Fr. G. M
eneger, S.J., celebrates his jubilee in the Society
Entered July 30, 1908. Congratulations, Father.
New teachers of 1958
Frosh orientation speakers: Fr. Gilligan, Fr. Von der
Plushkell, Mr. Barnett, Fr, McFadden.
Faculty attends a basketball game.
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"What does the
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future hold?" Senior Guidance Night
Mr. Rolfs, S.J,, Fr. Cormecxliy, S.J., Mr. Quinlan, Mr. Short S.J.
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Br, McTigue, SJ., Br, Sessing, SJ. Br. Doyle, S.J., Br. DesJc1rdins, SJ,
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R.O.T.C. Staff: Sgt. Schandra, USA, Sgt. Seward, USA, Major Anderson, USA, P.M.S. 81 T., Sgt. Van Hock, USA, Sgt. Gabel, USA.
Priests and Scholastics enjoy an intra-mural game Father Brannon, Religion teacher, looks up a refer-
as much as the students! ence.
Mr. Preston explains the algebraic position of the Mr. Blake, S.J., "Yes, Horgan, this isn'f a good
Southern States. picture of you."
Board Members-Offi ers Mrs. M. Francis lPres.l, Mrs. J. Klausner lV.P.l, Mrs. C. Dunne lV.P.l, Mrs. R. Murrow lV.P.l, Mrs. J. Privett lRe.
Secy.l, Mrs. J. Santley
W. Carpenter, Mrs. H. Daniels, Mrs. R. Dedeaux, Mrs. L. Dickenson,
Mrs. A. Kelley, Mrs. A.
Mrs. F. Niblo Jr., Mrs.
Mrs. F. Sennes, Mrs. S.
Kocienski, Mrs. D. McGrath, Mrs. B. McNeil,
F. Olson, Mrs, F. Overland, Mrs. M. Phelan,
Sitter, Mrs. R. Strobel, Mrs. D. Sweeney, Mrs.
lCorr. Secy.l, Mrs. K. Sauer lTreas.l, Mrs. W. Riehl lAsst. Treas.l, Mrs. H. Bender, Mrs. A. Brown, Mrs. W. Burger, Mrs.
Mrs. E. Dietterle, Mrs. B. Franklin, Mrs. R. Ganey, Mrs. J. Goodwin,
Mrs. F, McWhorter, Mrs. T. Madden, Mrs. J. W. Mahoney, Mrs. C. Moyer,
Mrs. C. Rasmussen, Mrs. B. Robinson, Mrs. S. Rogers, Mrs. C. Schubert,
F. Waters, Mrs. A. Wright.
Henry Ulelch Guild
Mrs. M. Francis hands Father Plushkell a check for scholarships.
The Henry Welch Guild, the Mothers Club ot Loyola,
has a twotold purpose: to promote friendship among
the mothers and to raise money tor scholarships and
maintenance needs ot the school. This year was fill-
ed with numerous social activities consisting ot a
welcoming tea, a dinner party with the Dad's Club
lat the Beverly Hills Hotell a gala Christmas party,
and a mid-Lenten retreat.
Mrs. M. Murrow l3rd V. Pres.l, Mrs. P. Santley lCorres. Secy.l, Mrs.
M. Francis lPres.l, Mrs. R. Sauer lTreas.l, Mrs. M. Riehl lAsst. Treas.l
The Dad's Club is an indispensable parT of Loyola.
lTs main purpose is To furTher The TaTher-son rela-
Tionship. The Dads accomplish This by Taking an ac-
Tive parT in various school acTiviTies. Through Their
eTTorTs This year, The SporTs' rallies, The Fiesta Drive,
and The Dads and Sons Communion breakfasT have
all been very successful.
Dad's Club officers: Mr. T. Ander
son, Treas., Mr, MacRae Kerr, V
Pres., Mr. H. Clark, Pres., Mr. J
Dinner-Dance. Top Row: Dr. R. Woods, Rev. R. Plushkell, S.J., Mr
H. Clark, Mr. B. Neary, Mr. J, Francis. BoTTom Row: Mrs. R. Woods,
Mrs. F, Longo, Mrs. H. Clark, Mrs. B. Neary, Mrs. J. Francis.
Dacl's Club see picTures of Fr.
Houle's S.J., inTerview concerning
life in a Communisf prison.
Dads and Sons Communion BreakTasT I5
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Top Row:4'J. Hedberg,.J. Kolmel, S. Urricariet, E Elorduy J Cain W Milton K Crouse Second Row L Orr
O'Neill, M. Seric, B. Salvaty, J. Privett, C. Shields J Farrell C Johnson P Devot J Coutoure C Lloyd Bottom
M. Overland, B. Aranda, Fr. J, Shepherd, S.J A Masta P Olhasso B Alcorace J Wilson W OMalley M
The Sodality is Mary's Elite Corps - her companions. The motive
force of the sodalist is a powerful love for Our Lady and through
her, for Christ. The love begins and develops in the chapel with fre-
quent receptions of the Sacraments and informal talks with Christ
and His Mother. From the chapel it naturally overflows and seeks
to express itself in actions and example.
The original impetus for the canned food drive, the distribution of
magazines for bed-ridden patients, the collection of money for for-
eign missions, getting students to attend First Friday, taking hospital
patients to Sunday Mass - all sprang from the sodalist's love of
The goal of the sodalist is to be a leader for Christ, and who can
better help him achieve this goal than His Blessed Mother? She loved
Him, provided for Him, dwelt with Him, watched over Him, and
suffered with Him. So She is with the sodalist, not only for a span of
four years, but throughout his entire life - for the sodalist is con-
secrated to Mary.
B, Ripple, D. Horgan, J. Grady, M.
Row: L. Adams, B. Donlon, L. Weber,
Stehly, G. Stronks,
Sodality officers: J. Kolmel, J. Grady, C. Johnson.
The Sodality at work
3rd Row: T. Orr, L. Tarnay, P. Sharkey, P. Twoomey, J. McGraw, T. Hartnaegle, D. Avery, R. Kadner,
S. Wallace, G. Klausner, G. Wooten, J. McGlynn, P. Collins, S. Gibboney, J. Goodwin, J. Bender, H.
Hirsh, B. Smith. 2nd Row: P. Boland, J. Fitzgerald, A. Francis, T. Rausch, K. Ishida, G. Gurski, R.
Ochoa, T. Reyes, P. Sauer, V. Knudsen, B, Armstrong, R. Hokans, R. Creech, R. Morris, B. Martell.
lst Row. J. Walker, F. Gillbride, D. Hill, D. Mercola, B. Lee, G. Rivera, Fr. Fitch, S.J., J. Pagano, L.
Gill, T. Voightlander, J. Buyvid, D. Hahling, P. Klute, H. McNally.
The sophomore is a true Sodalist. His year
of probation is over. He has been approved
and accepted. With his consecration comes
the obligation to observe the rules and take
part in Sodality activities. If he remains a
faithful sodalist, in his Senior year he will
be formally consecrated as "SodaIes," a
member of Mary's Elite Corps.
Top Row: P. Smith, W. Morris, F. Aldrian, J. Maechling, T. Koetters, J. Benton, J. Gonyea,
P. Sawaya, R. Rush, G. Taber, F. Behrle, C, Sullivan, P. Orr, A. Bracci, C. Bryant.
Caine, P. Verhalen, S. Privett, L. Smith, Fr, B. Brannon, S.J., J. Lucente, J. Babrick,
M. Slack, R. Vega.
Becoming a sodalist necessitates a strong devotion to Our
Lady, this must, of course, begin in the freshman year. Here
it is that the probationer is "tested" for the Sodality. He must
first learn and practice the rules perfectly, showing perse-
verence of will, before he will be accepted.
Top Row: D. Barnes, W. Miller, D. Burke, D. Gubser, G. Robinson, B. Crisell, N. O'Neill, P. Lee. Second Row: B. Fay, R. Flynn, J. Torrelli, S.
Thompson, T. Martin, J. Thornton, P. Burton, J. Christianson, M. Smith, M. Johnston, J. Mitchell, Burchell, J. LaFrano, B. Hogan, B. Grady, C.
Sharkey. Bottom Row: J. Freeman, R. Olivares, T. Scott, T. O'Connell, B. Lambert, J, Duarte, Fr. Gilligan, S.J., R. Schrum, T. Murphy, J. McGinty,
P. Pollock, M. Kirchen, M. Deasy, Y, Melanson.
D. Gargarof 2nd Row: Baldwin, M. Gall,
Ist Row: R. Santwier, L. Boadt, J. Hogan, D.
K. Smolka, R. Cabral, E. Zinkowski, P. Ripple,
R. Buyvid, P. Boland, G. Gorski, R. Gresswell, J. Walker,
D. Avery, G. Wooten, D. Hahling. Missing. C. Bryant,
After school is out, most students go home
or practice some favorite sport. But there
is a select group of Loyola men who gener-
ously give their free time twice a week to
teach children the Catechism. They rarely see
the results of their labors, yet results there
are, and good ones!
'Back Row: W. Donovan, M. Miller, E. Elorduy, J. Cain, M. Orr, L. Werner,
P. Sharkey, B. Ripple, J. McGlynn, T. Orr, Mr. E. Short, S.J. Front Row: Y.
Melanson, P. Ripple, G. Taber, C. Sharkey, P. Orr, C. Bryant, R. Santwier,
H. Hirsh, T. Donovan.
The Sanctuary Society sacrifices that "extra hour" of sleep to serve the priests of Loyola High each morning.
A profession of fairh Dads and Sons receive communion TogeTher.
Loyola Ul Fr Plushkell SJ lPres of Loyola Hrghl
Seven hundred and fifTy FaThers and Sons
crowded inTo The Blessed Sacramenr Church
To receive Communion TogeTher-a sTarTling
profession of fairh, in a seemingly faiThless
world! AfTer Mass and Communion, The
faThers and sons breakfasTecl aT The Moulin
Rouge, in Hollywood. Mr. H. Clark, Presi-
denT of The Dad's Club, gave The inTroducTory
Talk, and Fafher PresidenT R. Plushkell, S.,l.,
congraTulaTeol Those presenT for Their fine
show of spiriT and faiTh. A word of appreci-
aTion was spoken by A. Camacho, Loyola
STudenT Body Presidenf.
Through The courTesy of Mr. F. Sennes, own-
er of The Moulin Rouge, good, wholesome
- and by all means, professional enTerTain-
menT was provided, anal enjoyed!
God will cerTainly bless all These people for
Their fine spiriT of faiTh and cooperarion.
Breakfast of The Moulin Rouge, thanks To Mr. Frank
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gl To Q generous people.
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Director R. RoIt's CS.J.1 Anguish: Opening night.
Asst. Director Horgon
Captain O'Brien and Bob Buttercup
"IAM an Englishman"
The crew of the H.M.S. Pinafore
The Plau: H.lll.S.
The audience started arriving about 7:30 at the Loyola Little Theatre on
opening night, Friday, the 3lst of January. The lights faded, a murmur of
expectancy ran through the audience as maestro Tony Newman began the
introduction for the first act. Then the curtains opened on Loyola's production
of Gilbert and Sullivan's "H.M.S. Pinafore".
This play concerns love on the high seas, in l-ler lVlaiesty's Navy. lt was
apparent from the start that it was going to be a success, for the overall
production was under the careful eyes of Mr. James Gallas, SJ. and Mr.
Richard Rolfs, S.J.
The part of the "ablest seaman of, them all," Ralph Rackstraw, went to
Joe Kolmel, who did an excellent iob. Brian Avery kept the audience laugh-
ing in his humorous portrayal of the overly important Sir Joseph Porter, First
Lord of the Admiralty, and Bob Favorito sang and flirted his way through
the role of Little Buttercup, the "Portsmouth Bumboat Woman." "l-lardly
ever" seasick Captain Terry O'Brien magnificently lorded it over the blue-clad
crew who, contrasting with the golden bulwarks ofthe H.M.S. Pinafore, added
life and color to the play by their singing and dancing.
When the audience left the theatre that night, commenting on the beautiful
sets, everyone agreed that the performance they had just witnessed was
YOU are an Englishman? Pooh!
Backstage men, O'Neill and Gray assist.
Director J. Gallas lS,J.1 assigns paris
early in the season.
"We Take lessons from Max Factor."
"Good bye y'aIl": Dickenson
My name is i John Low! GeTfno?fooTouTofl'1ere.
Look! There's fungus among us
Uralnrs ll Scholars
Sophomore Oroforsz J. Floyd, J. Moechling, M. Wood, D. Gorgoro, J. Dovis, G. MiTchel.
Freshmon Orororsr G. Tomas, R. Deolecxux, P. Lee, J, ThornTon,
G. Krouse, M. Kirchen.
Oro1Toricc1l conTesTs ore mosT imporT-
o1nT during The firsT Two yeors of
high school, since They help To re-
veol cincl develop hidden Tc1lenT.
Moiny o boy hos been sTorTed on or
high school lond collegel coreer by
porTicipoTing in or Freshmon or Soph-
omore oroToricol conTesTl The boys
picTured on This poge hove done iusT
ThoT, They hove disTinguished Them-
selves orolToriccrlly or scholoisTiccilly.
ln olddiTion To orolToricol odvonToge,
There ore olso scholorship opporTun-
iTies offered To or number of TorTun-
c1Te sTuolenTs-Thdnks To The moThers
in The Henry Welch Guild of Loyolo,
who hove generously mode This pos-
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Scholorship Winners: STonding: P. Pollock, G. Tomas,
B. Russel, R. Grody. Kneeling. M. McEvoy, M. Lock-
hord, W. Heilmon.
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Top Row: T. Rausch, C. Wallace, T. Borden, T. Orr, V. Koromzay, T. Houston, G. Rivera, P. Collins, P. Klute, B.
Tucker, R. Kadner, J. McGlynn, B. Fedricks, T. Voightlander, D. Avery, S. Wallace, J. McDonald, R. Huston, C.
ki, J. Shinno, R. Hilseth, C. Sorrells, M. Wood, T. Delellis, Anderson, J. O'Neill, P. Verhalen, E. Smith, L.
Tusquellas, P. Twoomey, F. Scott, R. Rush, K. Meany, D. Brown, T. Hartnagle, N. Grey, J. McCarthy, J. Cronin, J. Mahoney. 3rd Row: E.
Schmall, B. Lee, D. Wilson, L. Shamey, P. Garrison, L. Boadt, S. Privett, P. Sawaya, R. Scibilia, H. Schwarz, R. Cabral, D. Caine, M. Slack,
B. Aranda, J. Pagano, L. Gill, H. McNally, V. Buyvid, D. Thompson, K. Ishida.
For many years at Loyola There
has existed a branch ot the Cali-
fornia Scholarship Federation.
This honorary association, mode-
rated the past year by Fr. Sargent,
S.J., seeks to recognize those students
who have distinguished themselves by
acquiring good scholastic records. Mem-
bership is gained by obtaining ten grade
points according to C.S.F. standards. -illfifmill llig it v
C.S.F. l.lFE MEMBERS
Top Row: J. Grady, P. McNeill, S. Millich, M. Seric, G.
Stronks, S. Whitlock, M. O'Neill, C. Johnson. Bottom Row:
M. Overland, B. Hamilton, L. Avallone, Fr. B. Sargent, S.J.,
R. Walters, D. Riley, R. Lindenauer, A. Masto.
Smith, G. Gorski, J. Walker, C.
Hovland. 2nd Row: A. Kocienc-
Smith, P. Mann, T. Woods, R.
Top Row: T. Orr, C. Tucker, H. McNally, J. Kolmel, D. Avery, R. Wolters, N. Smith, M. O'Connor, J. Hedberg, J. Greenhough.
Second Row: C. Lloyd, T. Voightlonder, R. Houston, J. Mahoney, G. Gorski, P. Klute, D. Riley, B. Ripple, C. Wolker, A. Root,
F. Gotely. Bottom Row. B. Smith, L. Weber, R. Lee, J. Walker, P. Wilson, Mr. R. Mothewson, S.J., L. Gill, R. Marshall, L.
Avollone, W. Grimes.
H.F.L Upper Division
N.F.L. President: L. Avollone
Novice debaters representing Loyola. fi
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Top Row: M. Ball, P. Lee, T. Woods, P. O'Connor, F. Scott, C. Foss. 2nd Row: J. Thornton, D. Barnes, M. Wood, P. Toomey, L. Boadt,
J. Torrelli, T. Borden, J. Gaither, W, Anderson, C. Bryant, B. Fay. Bottom Row: M. Deasy, R. McDonald, P. Pollock, T. O'Connell, Mr.
Buckenmeyer, S,J., R. Schrum, A. Castanares, M. Kirchen, R. Cabral.
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Carrollfon Sweepsiakes Winners - a Table of Trophies!
This year's Narional Forensic League cmd DebaTing Teams
have Triumphed over all compeTiTion. Lee Avallone, Joe
Kolmel, Mike O'Connor, Dennis Riley, and Randy HousTon
repeaTedly found Themselves in The winner's circle. ln quick
succession The N.F.L. squad Took The C.F.L. Fall TournamenT,
The S.C.D.L. Individual EvenTs, and The sweepsTakes aT The
CarrollTon Club. Special menTion is due To J. Kolmel who,
aTTer winning TirsT place in The disTricT and ciTy finals, wenT
on To Take Third in The STaTe for The American Legion, and
To L. Avalone who placed TirsT in The STaTe imprompTu and
was elecTed secreTary of Boys' STaTe - The second highesT
posiTion. CerTainly These men reTlec:T Their JesuiT educaTion
under The paTienT and hard work of Mr. MaThewson, S.J.,
and Mr. Buckenmeyer, SJ., speech moderaTors.
The debaTors also conTinued To Till our ever-growing Trophy
cases. IT is becoming increasingly clearer ThaT Loyola has
a repuTaTion for producing good speakers and debaTors.
This year's impressive wins include second place aT Loyola
U. and firsT place in The CaTholic league laT NoTre Damel.
J. Kolmel - 'lsr in ciTy, lsT in disTricT, and
3rd in sTaTe for American Legion NaTional
First place winners of Individual events aT C,F.L. fall open aT Loyola U.
First Row: J. Kolmel, P. Orr, D. Brown, R. Coldren, J, Armstrong, W. Fahey, N. Wollman, R. Coplen, B. Avery. Second Row
Ai' A 7 R. Francis, L. Smith, R. Favorito, C. Tarnay, C. Galindo, E. Turner, T. O'Brien. Bottom Row: P. Harper, D. Curran, D. Ackel
4 T. Reyes, W. O'Malley, P. Klute, H. Schwarz. Director: Mr. Rolfs, S.J. Absent: M. Lockard, R. Reese, J. Duckett, P. Lee, K
Pianist: Tony Newman
Smolka, P. Davis, C. Sullivan, D. Avery.
One of the busiest organizations on the Loyola campus is
the Glee Club. This select group of young men has distin-
guished both itself and Loyola many times during the past
year. The 1958 season began with the traditional Mass of
the Holy Ghost. During the school year the Glee Club sang
many beautiful selections tor the various activities of the
Henry Welch Guild. Included among these were the annual
tea and the Christmas Party. During the remainder of the
year the Glee Club toured the hospitals, cheering up those
untortunates who could not make it home for Christmas.
Other appearances were at the Statler Hotel and the Arch-
Diocesan Music Festival. Under the direction of Mr. Rolfs,
S..l., the year came to a close with the Spring Concert.
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Tie-straighteners: D. Coplen, T. O'Brien, J. Kolmel, N. Wollman.
Mr. Hombach, S.J. demonstrates the action of a frog's leg.
Interested Seniors meet during the week to learn more about
living organism. Membership in the Biology club is restricted
to Seniors and is on a voluntary basis.
Future "Hams" trying to figure out what all those
wires are doing. Mr. Hernandez, S.J., instructs and
prepares boys who are interested in radio, either as
a hobby or as a career. Right: Wagner makes con-
tact with the moon, T. Simondi playing the part of
With Explorers, Sputniks and Vanguards whirling in the
heavens, with new discoveries being made each day, it
is small wonder that Americans are interested in Science.
Indeed, we are now in the age of Science!
At Loyola this scientific interest is represented in a num-
ber of extra-curricular activities designed to plant the
seeds of scientific endeavor in the boys of Loyola today
who will become the men of sciencentomorrow.
Just as athletic activities are important for good physical develop-
ment, so books are necessary for intellectual progress. The librar-
ians therefore, under the guidance of Fr. Needles, S..l., are of tre-
mendous importance to the men of Loyola. Below: Librarians Steve
and Gedza Tarnay, brothers.
This year saw more student photography represented in the year-
book and newspaper than many a previous year. Many thanks
to these amateur photographers, under the direction of Mr. Mac-
Donald, S.J., who have given their time and talent so willingly.
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The Pep Club puts the spark into Loyola's activities. It you need
a poster, a short skit, or a catchy tune, call on the Pep Club.
They'll oblige! With Mr. F. Hernandez, S.J., assisting and R. Bruno
presiding, Pep Clubbers worked wonders this year. Many thanks to
a great group of enthusiasts, Top: Pep Clubbers in off-hour relaxa-
tion, middle: making props, Bottom: Pep Club members.
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1958 Layalist Staff with its TWO moderators.
Six times a year the Loyalist rolls oft the press. Packed with-
in its covers are all the important news events that take
place on campus. Everything from weekly sports events to
graduation exercises is covered loy such able reporters as
M. Henegar, J. Cain, D. Riley, D. Curran, and S. Whitlock,
to mention lout a few!
Scott Grevemberg, the editor, has the distinction ot working
under two moderators this year, Mr. Blake, S.J,, loutgoingl
and Mr. Germann, S.J. lincomingl. The 1958 Loyalist, dis-
playing a new format, is now located in its new ottice next
to the gym. For the best news coverage, read the Loyalist,
Top: Houston and Koromzay, Rewrite men.
Bottom: Henegar and Curran, Sports editors.
Guereno, O'Brlen, ond Hope beg the moderator for ossignments,
Incoming moderotor Mr. Germonn S.J.
Retiring moderator Mr. Bloke S.J.
Newell: "I need help!" Woods: "Try the fellow
on your left!"
Recent photos token for the Loyolist staff . . . ll924!l
We puT ouT The Annual!"
The beginning: plans
Through The open door: Woods, Guerena, and
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"forward look," bringing you a new
The '58 El Camino has ThaT
concepT in annual design.
This new look Took birTh lasT year as sTaff members, MasTo and
Guerena experimenTed wiTh simple design paTTerns. Under The
guidance of Mr. Breaulf, S..l., These rudimenTary ideas evolved
inTo a plan wiTh The Touch of Tomorrow.
The sTaff is especially proud of iTs new office designed exclusive-
ly for The use of The annual sTaff To TaciliTaTe The Task of pre-
paring The yearbook for The press.
Hoping you will enioy and remember This El Camino '58, The
annual wiTh The "forward look."
El Camino Staff
PicTures: an essential.
Photographers Kumamoto and Salazar
inspect their handiwork.
Artist LeBuff shows beginning sketches to R. Harper.
Ipana! Writers and typists Guerena, Coplan, Diaz,
of 5. figsj
Mr. Breault, S.J., distracted from pressing duties. ii 4
Editor Stronks to Couture: "Yes, Joe, write, rewrite,
write, and write over,"
V, Morabito, T. Donovan, R. Flynn, R. Santwier, C. Sharkey, J
Arrache, A. Bracci, R. Cabral, Y. Melanson.
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Senior-Junior boarders: F. Studer, Fr. Barry, S.J., lPref,l, W. Donovan, W. McDonald, J. Fitzgerald,
J. Caine, H. Hirsh, M. Miller, R. Howard, L. Werner, T. Orr, P. Sharkey, R. Phelan, J. McGlynn,
M. Stehly, B. Ripple, L. Orr, E. Elourduy.
Soph.-Frosh boarders: Back Row: Fr. J. Barry, S.J., M. Orr, C.
Sorrels, G. Taber, R. Fidele, C. Bryant, A. Jackson, P. Ripple, P.
Orr, D. Toth. Front Row: C. Kavalaris, E. O'Connor, H. Manifold,
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Spirit unites the student-body, oft campus as well as on. A spirited
school has a better chance of succeeding academically, physically
and spiritually. Loyola is such cr school!
Students this year can boast ot one of the best Pep clubs Loyola has
ever seen. President ot this distinguished organization, R. Bruno,
has coaxed, inspired, tanned and inflamed the students to a white-
hot pitch. This spirit so evident "on campus," shows its prominence
in all school activities. lt tires our debaters, our rallies, and our L
Sparked by such a spirit, each student can honestly say: "l'm proud
ot Loyola - proud that l'm going to such a school!"
Loyola's "titty-eightersf' spark-
ed by the season's starting gun,
won their tirst game against ln-
glewood. Tripped up by iniuries
and that modern plague, the
tlu bug, the Cubs lost the Cath-
olic League opener to Serra. But,
with strength regained, came
back to upset confident Notre
Dame. The remaining games of
the '58 season were played
hard, and, more often than not,
victory was only a matter ot a
The spirit ot the students, their
unseltish support ot the team,
the imaginative energy ot the
Pep Club, the Band's impressive
musical parades . . . all keynoted the underlying generosity that characterized
the 1958 season.
Loyola must shake hands with and say goodbye to many 'greats' this year, but,
fortunately, there are enthusiastic aspirants among the capable Juniors and
Sophomores to take their place. lt is hoped that their ideal will loe ettort, not a
seltish spirit ot success at all costs. Dedication to the ideals ot the Lady ot Lourdes
can be shown on the tootball tield, too, by a strength ot spirit and a good grace
in losing. These qualities will evoke admiration trom others and pride in a job
well done that will never be tarnished by the short end ot the score.
"Veni, Vidi, Vici": Amico to Vigo.
L. L. charges Serra.
Serra charges L. L.
Mr. Collonon instructs Cronin. Moyer grimcces. Qpporqerw I-Qyolg
Inglewood ... ..... . 7 13
Serra ......, .... 3 7 14
NoTre Dome . . . . . 7 12
MT, Carmel ... ....35 6
Pius x .... .... 1 2 6
Ccmfvvell .... .... 2 1 19
ST.AnThony... ....TQ 6
Cwhedrol ... . . . .14 6
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Loyola saves The "ref," Olson adds To
Mike McDevitt eyes Sputnik.
First and Ten, do it ogain.
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The spread pays off.
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Play-offs: Morxmiller passes, Ostley and Irish rush in.
Intra - Hlural
Intramural champs: 4B-Ryan, Ostley, Becwclr
Safriono, Lorenz, Henegor, Irish, Bruno.
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Morxmiller posses os 3C trundles over 3E.
Pondella whips out cl pass os O'NeiII charges. 4A vic-
J.V. coaches Quinlan and Valenti discuss plays.
Cee Coaches Fr. Duggan, S.J., and Mr. Magallon, SJ.
Varsity coaches Frampton, Preston, and
Callanan show how its done.
4th Row: C. Burchell, N. Rasmussen, A. Hartkopf, J, Bowler, R. Powers, W. Sullivan, R. Schroeder, D. Noyes. 3rd Row C Valenti lCoachl
P. Murrow, G. Heidrich, M. McCloskey, W. Moreton, R. Cabral, D. Ruloly. K, Huber, R. Crisell, T. Matthews, L. Adams R Smxth W
Quinlan lCoachl. 2nd Row: S. Privett, W. O'Connor, P. VerHolen, T. Welch, C. Douglass, J. Foley, G. Tapia, E. Moller: A La Frano 1s
Row: J. Green, K. Behrle, D. Hess, R. Davies, J. Benton, J. Moechling, P. Mullen, C. Plumley, R. Molony. Absent: O Tansey
Inglewood 14 .. Loyola
Serra 14 ....... Loyola
Notre Dame 6 . . Loyola
Carmel 24 ..... Loyola
Plus X 25 ......
Cantwell 13 ....
St. Anthony 13
Cathedral 20 . . .
VerHalen, Molony, Privett, and Davies lead the J.V. Squad
Huddle Before Action
in a cheer for the "greenies."
R. Marshall weaves around right end.
St. Bernards .. .. 0 20
Serra lll ..... . . .13 29
Notre Dame .. .. O 12
Pius X ..... .. 7 27 C
Paramount . .V . . .13 20 I
St. Anthony . . . . 6 20
Serrallll... ...l2 18
4th row: J. Ebright, D. Mispagle, D. Marks, M. Robinson, P. Medina, J. Walker, W. Swartz, S. Hoffman. 3rd Row. R. Phelan lmgr.l,
Fr. Duggan, S.J. lcoachl T. Alexander, R. Mathers, J. Callanan, P. Hirning, L. Pene, T. Longo, C. Crane, E. Reese, G. Hokans, A.
Debernarde, J. Rollo, W. Noble, Mr. Magallon, S.J. lcoachl, C. Tarnay lmgr.l 2nd Row: W. Molina, T. Carfagna, J. Davis, T. Martin,
S. Chabre, H. Sax, B. Desmond, P. Beal, A. Scott, R. Dadeaux. lst Row. T. Lennon, M. Moser, R, Barbaro, G. Robinson, M. McNeill
B. Kruer, R. Marshall, T. Power, P. Hall, W. Scharrenberg, R, Flynn. Absent: J. La Bruchene, G. Tomas.
McNeil reverses and drives.
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CarpenTer scores, Conkey screens, Burbank
FirsT big TesT of The Loyola hoop-
sTers This year was The CompTon
TournamenT. Opposing Teams
were several inches Taller. Far
from being dismayed, however,
The Cubs calmly proceeded To
, 4 whiTTle Their overgrown oppon-
enTs down To size. AfTer several
acTion - packed games, Loyola
emerged ConsolaTion Champs.
Coach Bill BarneTT's inspired five
now shifTed inTo high gear To
meeT heavy Traffic in The CaTh-
olic League. Loyola hopes were
high. IT boasfed Three reTurning
leTTermen. J. Conkey, T. MaTT-
hews, and S. UrricarieT. FirsT vic-
Tim of The Loyola onslaughT was
Skip-swished! NoTre Dame, crushed by The
Nexf on The C.L. lisT was MounT Carmel, arch-rival of Loyola. Carmel,
winner of The CompTon TournamenT, was confidenT. The gym was pack-
ed, spiriT high. The sTarTing buzzer signaled The beginning of The greaT-
esT game Loyola played This season. Coming from behind in The second
guarfer, Loyola Tied Carmel. During The remaining Time The score was
Tied again four or five Times. The fans by This Time were nearly hysTeri-
cal. WiTh a few seconds lefT To play, Loyola again Tied The score and
Then proceeded To sew up The game. Final score: 48--43. Loyola, conso-
laTion winners, consoled The discouraged Crusaders, as They limped off
The floor. The "reTurning Three" plus Two, Mike CarpenTer and Skip
Crunelle, Then seT abouT winning game afTer game, ending up champs
of The firsT round. Loyola was The Team To be feared.
Matthews: "I soy there, Steve, I believe its
going in!" Moro: "Brunsonl Ccm't you stop
Two for Tom.
aslsethall Game J. V.'s
Crucial moment - tie score!
Loyolo victorious! N.B. Check that scoreboard!
Atter playing magnificent ball, after coming from behind more than
once, after beating the C.L. champs, the Cubs pulled only three games
out ot the bag in the second round. Loyola wound up in third place.
Although the tinal standings were not as impressive as hoped tor, the
season was still a successful one. The team, besides out-playing Mount
Carmel, scored three victories over the Saints l?l of St. Anthony, twice
at Long Beach. Captain J. Conkey broke the school record with 35 points,
and shared "All-Catholic" honors with S. Urricariet.
Old "Iron-Glue" Matthews rolls around Serra.
Conkey shows All Catholic form: Leedom twiddles his
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. 43 Centennial
. 49 St. Anthony
49 L.B. Poly
60 Notre Dame
59 Mt. Carmel
61 St. Anthony
Skip Crunelle: into the blue for Two.
Top Time out for St Anthonys Three time losers to Loyola
Right: Burbank lo, "Is it possible?"
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P. Kane hooks it, Loyola wins.
Fite scores as Russo stands ready.
Sitter sets it,
Fife fools foe.
Top: R. Francis lmgr.l, J. Bender, N. Palmer, D. Byrne, J. Thom, J. Cain, C. Wallace, R. Morris, R. Hokans, T. Hall, B.
Slattery, T. Madden, F. Villar, R. Kadner lmgr.l Bottom: S. Urricariet, T. Matthews, Mr. Barnett lcoachl, M. Carpenter,
J. Conkey, S. Crunelle. ff '
Bock Row: R, McKay, D. Burke, D. McCloskey, R. Mack, M. Jack-
son, M. Ewing. Front Row: J. Moutino, J. Peterson, J. Keese, D.
Gubser, B. Morris, V. Koromzoy, Mr. Cooney, S.J.
Standing: Coach Ammond, T. Ratigon imgr.J,
S. Santley, J. DuRoss, T. Casey, M. Jackson,
G. Perchal, T. Hall, B. Vcindling, M. Heberger
imgnl Kneeling: T. Palmer, G. Fife, C. Engle-
hard, J. Sitter, D. Doran, P. DiBortheIemo.
Bock Row: M. McNeill, M, Morell, G.
Robinson, C. Elston, E. Wolsh. Front Row:
C. Tarnay lmgr.i, S. Hokans, R, Saint
Wenir, J. Arn, J. Trunowski, R. Villor,
Mr. Short, S.J.
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4B-Intramural champs: B. Irish, T. Satriano, P. Daley, D.
Hall, W. Ryan, T. Lorenz.
Frosh-Junior playoff: LaPorte guards.
School Champs-Faculty! Score 37-36. Who's com-
plaining about fouls?
Astonished 4B looks on as Sophs steal a rebound,
of The horsehide, The crock of
G buf, and The gc1me's on: Lor
enz puts one away.
One of Loyola's mosT consisTenTly vicTor-
ious acTiviTies is baseball. Year afTer
year, The Cub Nine Takes The honor spoT
in The CaTholic league. LasT year's squad
finished up firsT place winners - losing
only one game in The league plays -
and Then wenT on To The C.l.F. semi-
. finals. This year's Team cerTainly will be
no excepTion. BoTh The Tidings and The
L.A. Times have picked Loyola for The CJ
Top C.L. posiTion. The newspapers, how- OO -'
ever, have noT been The only careful ob-
servers To spoTlighT Loyola. The Team V 7?
iTself feels confidenT ThaT iT can carry on
The ever-growing TradiTion, despife The
more Than sufficienT rain which has cuT
down pracTice and games.
SporTing Three refurning All CaTholics: W. Ryan, T. Safriano, and T. Lorenz,
a guara'nTee of vicTory is given, FurTher insurance is added by reTurning
IeTTermen J. Clesceri, and M. Crowley. Up-and-coming G. lnnsprucker,
B. Smih, B. Kruer, and T. Madden compleTe The lisT.
Cub fans will noTe one more change in The Loyola Nine. A new coach,
Al Frofhman, replaces Fr. Brannon, S.J., who led The Team To a Cafholic
League vicTory IasT year.
CapTain T. Satriano with managers T.
McCambridge and L. Guerencl.
Power in The stands.
The new coach, Al Forrhman.
Seniors, O'Connor, Alcorcxce, Crowley, Ryan, Whitlock, Lorenz, Clesceri, Sotriono, Holl
with Couch Forthmon.
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Ist Catholic League game: Loyola starts a new string of victories.
Top: Safe on third.
Below: Pre-game warm-up. Smith chucks it home
Bottom: Safe on first.
Above: Father Shepherd, Athletic Director, gives advice to
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' I Top: Pitchers S. Shriffin, M. O'Connor, D. Vigo, S. Whitlock, M.JCrowIey. "Catchers J. Ciesceri, A. God. Bottom: Infielders
and Outfielders with Coach A. Forthmun - D. Hcxll, T. Lorenz, B. Kruer, T. Madden, B. Smith, P. Kane, B. Alcorczce, J.
Goodwin, T. Soiriono. Demonstrating: G. Insprucker and W. Ryan.
Top Row: M. Johnsion, J. Bowler, J. LaBouff, K, Huber, D. Marks, B. MacKay, D. Burke. Second Row:
J. Ryan, A. Douglass, S. Grollnek, L. Pene, D. Gubser, B. Morris, E. Walsh, C. Kunz. Bottom Row: P.
Mullen, D. Spiller, C. Plumley, R. Dedeaux, T. Ordwoy, D. Buckley, T. Delellis, Mr. Magallon, S.J.
Above: Inter squad game: Vigo and God battle it out.
Shriffrin looks on.
Below: J.V. "sIuggers"
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High over the bor against G background of Eucolypws.
Lou Amorillas hits 21 feef!
This year The Track Team goT off To a sTrong sTarT by cap-
Turing 32 medals U6 of Them goldl aT The Sanfa Ana
Bob Lee, M. Henegar, and J. PrieTTo lead The dash men
wiTh a 10.2 Timing. ConsisTenT poinf gainers in The 440
have been C. Walsh, J. PriveTT and C. Johnson. D. Bryne,
W. Lewis, and D. Franco are baTTling iT ouT for disTance
records while M. Woods, A. Camacho, and T. Hall hurdle
BrighT spoT in The field evenTs is The broad iump with L.
Amarillas and B. Fredricks. RepresenTing The polevaulTers
are G. Marxmiller, M. Shirley, and J. Foley.
AlThough heavy rains inTerTered wiTh pracfice, sTill The
Cubs have a fine squad and show True Team spiriT. They
look forward To The championship in boTh dual meeTs
and The CaTholic League. Fine job, Fr. SargenT and Fr.
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Prietto, Camacho, and Marxmiller score a sweep!
Senior members of IasT years star relay Team: B.
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Catholic llual lllaal Champs
Top Row: Mr. Valenti lasst. coachl, J, Newell, M. Seric, B. Ostley. Third Row: Father Sargent, S.J.
lhead coachl, C. Johnson, M. Shirley, D. Bryne, J, Privett, Father Duggan, S.J., lcoachl. Second Row: C.
Shields, M. Henegar, P, Casey, P. Stafford, M. Stehly. First Row: R. Franco, C. Walsh, M. Overland,
B, Lee, T. Reveles. Absent: M. Woods, A. Camacho, W. Lewis, N. Palmer.
Bock Row: H. M
cNolly, J. Klousner R White R Fedrick T Holl T R h
, . , . , , , . ousc , D. Mogrofh. Third Row
L, Amorillos, T. Hortnogle, E. Schmoll, P. Rodmon, P. Heim, P, Russell, D. Moore, T. Orr. Second Row
A. Boyletf, J. Greenholgh, M. Roy, L. Luke, L. Bochleoder, V. Knudsen, M. Winterbottom. First Row
S. Clork, B. Lee, W. Grimes, J. Prietto, R. Morsholl, J. LoFrono, P. Souer, C, Wolloce. Absent: Gcmboc
Top Row: J. Kelly, G, Tober, M Kelly V Koromzoy P Burton J Behrle J ON
. , . , . , . , . ' eill, P. Verholen, J
DuRoss, J, Benton, J. Rogers, G. Prchol, R. Smith, M. Ewing, J. Goither, D. Moe, J. Foley, P. Hirning
J. Cronin, J, Lofrono, K. Meony, J. Knox, D. Hess, P. McGonn, J, Gary, L. Combs. Second Row: E
Rood, P. Sowoyo, A. Matthews, T. Anderson, B, Armitage, J. Horkins, J. Floyd, H. Sox, M. Gory, M
Nyerges, Suntwier. Bottom Row: R. Dominguez, E. Smith, J. Lucente, E. O'Connor, V. Scott, C. Reher
M. O'Connor L. M I
, o veoux, J. Lowe, M. Lockorcl, W. Sweeney.
Top Row: C. Johnson, T. Hartnagel, B. Crevier, L. Werner, Fr Sargent SJ J Newell S Poche Second Row W Lewis
R. Franco, J. O'Neill, P. Stafford, Third Row: R. Lee, L. Luke D Sullivan L Combs P Burton E OConnor J Harkms
J. Lucente, S. Floyd, L. Malveaux. Missing: G. Insprucker, M. Stehley M Winterbottom M Overland
Wincled Pat Stafford: J.V. champ in Catholic
Still in its infancy, the Loyola Cross Country team
is a foe to be reckoned with. J, Newell, M. Over-
land, and M. Stehly show strong promise along
with G. lnnsprucker and W. Lewis, race winners.
Dick Franco lthe rnan with the mostl started the
season with a lst place All-Catholic, establish-
ing a new school record and tieing the league
record. The varsity team placed second behind
powerful Cathedral while the J.V.'s led by Pat
Stafford, captured lst place trophy.
"Speedy" Franco lst all Catholic Cross Coun
try lat Centinella Parkl
On your mark, ge? seT, go! M. Flynn and friends af Black
In all probabiliTy Loyola's swimming Team
will capTure The C.L. Crown. Backed by such
sTalwarTs as M. Gless, T. Hope, P. Calligan
and M. CarpenTer, The Team has beaTen
every compeTiTor so far. Only one record has
been broken - and ThaT by The relay Team
aT Black Fox, sTarring M. Kerr, M. Flynn, S.
MacDonald, and P. Sullivan. BuT The TuTure
holds promise ThaT TurTher records will be
Throw Those men a life preserver!
M D ld T Ho e P Calli an. Second Row: R. Granger, P. SaporiTo, J
Top Row: M. Gless, M. Kerr, J. Ford, M. CarpenTer, S. c ona , . p , . g
Wittenberg, T. CarpenTer, R. Powers, B. Franklin, C. Hovland, Mr. Quinlan. Boffom Row: V. Flynn, W. Sullivan, S. Morel, F. Warner, T
86 VoighTlander, M. Flynn, F. Gillbride.
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Awaiting the call of action: S. Privett
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Standing: J. Zopelis, J. Rouse, P. Smith, W. Crevier, B. Engle, R. Flynn, A. Schulz, H. Fuchs.
Sitting: J. Flynn, F. Sullivan, S, Privett, M, Wood, P. Ronay, J. McGinty, Mr. Quinlan.
D M' h I T L' utoud D Gcr oro, T. Bryon. Front Row: Mr. Short, S.J. lcoczchl, M.
Bock Row: A. Dunne, P. Hogan, . IC e, . no , . g
Licxufcucl, L. Gill, T. Carr, J. Shinno, R. Phelan lMngr.l
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With twelve consecutive Catholic League vic-
tories in their back pocket, the Loyola net-
men are concentrating all their efforts land
horse-shoesl to capture the thirteenth. Under
the direction of Mr. Short, S..l., and Captain
M. Liataud, the racket set' is preparing for
the big match with the longtime rival, Notre
Dame. The Cub Nine feel confident that they
will emerge triumphant since they sport such
fine players as Larry Gil, Don Michael, and
This year the team has been honored with a
top-ranking Sophomore star, Dean Gargaro.
To add further security, Freshman Timothy
Carr has corralled the number one position
on the club.
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Row: Mr. Short, S.J. Icoochl, R. Azzolina, R. Hogan, J, Rasmussen, H. Breen,
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The purpose of The Monogram Club is To promofe
greaTer school spiriT aT Loyola. The members of This
organizafion realize ThaT in many ways The wonder-
Tul TradiTion and splriT aT our school depend on This
club. Ushering aT games, rallies, and FirsT Friday
masses are some of The beTTer-known Tuncfions of
This sporTsmen's TraTerniTy.
Top: Monogram Club officers: S. Urricariet, W. as
Ryan, M. Henegar, and J. Priveff. Right M,C.
Top Row: T. Hope, P. Calligan. Second Row: D. Vigo, R. Smifh, S. MacDonald, L. FreymuTh, T. O'Brien, T. Orr, P. STaTford. Third
Row: T. Safriano, B. Delavan, J. Clesceri, J. Conkey, M. Crowley, M, Liqfgud, T, Lorenz, P, Casey, Fourth Row: M, Henegqr, R,
Franco, T. Bouchard, D. Byrne, S. Urricarief, M. Woods, M. Overlqnd, A, Cqmqgho, Bottom Row: B. Lee, M. Kerr, L, Longo, F,
Olson, J. Moyer, M. Gless, W. Ryan, Fr, McFadden, S.J., J. Priveff TP,-egg
Standing: T. Floiran, J. Toomey, S. Privett. Kneeling: R. McNeill, R. Bruno, M. Overland. Absent: M. Winterbottom.
Cheerleaders attend all maior sports events to impart
to lpyola students their own evident school spirit.
This is their primary objective. Although they nnust
train and practice a good deal, their respected po-
sition is its own reward.
Winterbottom goes high!
Get that ball, you gotta!
AfTer monThs of hord Trciining - close order drill, field mcineuvers, ond Theory closses - Loyoloi High
School received The coveTed Honor School Avvord fr Th
om e Federol lnspecTion CommiTTee.
This is quiTe unusuol in o sch I h
oo W ere R.O.T.C, is compulsory. BUT, under The splendid direcTion of
Major Anderson, U.S.A., -ond his quolified sToff of A
rmy personnel The Cubs hove developed ouTsToind-
ing quoliTies of leodership.
AnoTher highlighf of The R.OTC This yecir Wols Th d '
. . . e dvvoir given To The OuTsTc1nding CddeT. The honor
TlWlS YGOI' WGYWT T0 A- CC1mC1ClWO WlWO, while OT Loyolo, hols consisTenTly disTinguished himself over ci period
of four yeors.
FirsT assignment: Moss of The Holy Ghost Loyola High: Honor School, 1957.
W. Crevier, M, Moss, S. Shriffrin, G. Wooten, B. Ingle, J. Wittenberg, P. McWhirter. Third Row: A. Morciscczs, D. Hessler, J. DuRoss, M. Peters,
L. Weber, J. Rouse, A. Boylett, R, Schultz, D. Hill. Second Row: P. Davis, A. Schubert, R. Rolopp, T. McLoughin, L. Adams, J. MacDonald,
J. Montugno, R. Quigley, G. Fite, R. LcPorte, L. Tornciy, W. Irish, G. Murxmiller, C. Crosby, D. Komin. First Row: S. Winterbottom, B. Wolters,
A. Frazier, A. Comocho, P. Casey, J. Benton, L. Rcxtclitf.
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The smart, well dressed lines of on Honor school. 'sf-,N .
The Moior walks briskly forward
Q 'S to meet his sergeonts.
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Bird's eye view of a full dress parade, Codenced Cadets morch owuy from the sinking sun,
Back Row: L. Adams, J. Evers, H. Stoner, Sgf. Schandra, USA, L. RaTclifT, P. Baldwin. FirsT Row: L, Weber, M. O'Neill, J.
Hauser, P. Casey, R, Schultz.
T Rifle Team
ln The HearsT NaTional Championship, Loyola's sharpshooTing riTle
Team scored an incredible 939 ouT of a possible TOOO poinTs. This
earned The Cubs Third place in The naTion - ouT of 2700 enTries.
SimulTaneously, The Team is ranked second in The SixTh Army disTricT
lseveral WesTern sTaTesl. VViTh such a high raTing Los Angeles l-ligh
Schools, and many UniversiTies, will Tire only againsT our Bee Team.
FuTure maTches include Annapolis, Phoenix High School DisTricT, and
a maTch wiTh The besT local schools aT El MonTe.
This degree of excellence is mainly due To The unTiring eTTorTs of
Major Anderson and SergeanT Schandra, USA. Their coaching has
l4epT Loyola on Top.
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L. Weber displays awards of achievemenT.
Back Row: J. Benefiz, A. Rasch, M. O'Heron, Sgf. Gabel, USA, P. MarTinez,
R. DuMonT, N. McCarroll. FronT Row: D. Pascua, R. Dominguez, I. Bonyhardy,
Ready ' ' ' mm ' ' ' fue! V, Soohoo, B. ZenTil, P. Baldwin.
already been mentione
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Loyola's athletic teams, clubs, anal others has
d. Equally well known is the ROTC band
has been considered one of the best military
e it is one of the more colorful activities in the
high among the opportunities offered Loyola
Hirning's wise guidance, it has risen to a fine L '
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Duty on the football field.
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z, B. Franklin, J. Armstrong, F. Wagner, D. Johansen, J. Evers, D. Hahling, J. Lowe, P. Ginardi, P. O'leno
: R. Vega, C. H. Rehm, C, Sullivan, D. Sweeney, J. Rallo, A. Dunne, l. Ebright, P. Beale, G. Reher, D
R. Creech, D. Moore, R, Ochoa, R. Sarno, J. Maechling, T. Woods, M. Waters, R. O'Connor, P. Hirnig
les, M, Smith, Mr. Rolfs, S.J., Mai. G. Hirning. First Row: J. Hogan, T. Liautaud, G. Rosas, L. Robinson
o, J. Heslin, T. Simondi, R. Ochoa, G. Tamas, J. Montagna, T. Murphy.
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R. Smith iPres.l, T. Orr iSec.l, T. Madden lTreas.l
T. Welch lTreas.l, J. Cronin iSec.l, P. Mullen
iSgt. at Arrnsl, S. Privett Weepl, P. Sawaya
G. Tamas lSec:.l, R. Grady iVeePl, M. McNeil
iPres.l, D. Gubser lTreas.l, B. Fay lSgt. at Armsl.
Top Row: R. McKay, F. Broccato, C. Plumley, D. McCloskey, J. O'l-leron, O. Moe, E. Coffey. Third Row: W. Skully, W. Kline, F. Sullivan, H. Sax,
B. Fay, E. Walsh, J. Sidney, R. Dedeaux, D. Barnes, M. McNeil. Second Row: W. Miller, C. Tarnay, M. Nyerges, G. Peluso, R. Eager, J. Jordan,
T. Paine, F. Lanalc, G. Arnerich, P. Martinez, Fr. Duggan S.J, Bottom Row: B. Zentil, L. Rayner, L. Lee, J. Malloy, -. Williams, M. Stone, J.
Freeman, A. Greco, W. Gudish, T. Tribble. Absent: J. Domit, J. McGurk, M. Robison.
TOP ROW D Marks, R. Dumont, K. Graham, M. Jackson, J. Pauly, D. Burke, T. Wakeol, R. Sancleen, G. Robinson. THIRD ROW: J. Murphy,
Prisciotta M Gary, P. Scully, D, Gubser, S. Hokans, T. Longo, R. Flynn, R. Keese, J. Torelli. SECOND ROW: D. White, R, Meyette, A. Page,
M Hecht R Barbaro, C. Blades, R. Schrum, G. Armitage, D. Lawton. BOTTOM ROW: R. Staiger, D. Sullivan, W. Quinn, J. Erbacher, V. Cintra,
R Cassidy M Kirchen, J. Duarte, Mr. Germann, S.J. ABSENT: A. Debernarde, R. Lambert, E. Rauen, O,Tansey. XI B
TOW ROW: M. Orr, G. Prchal, J. Thornton, M. Galvin, D. Mitchell, M. Morrell, R. Mack, A. Buckley, B. Denton. THIRD ROW: M. O'Brien
B. Russell, R, Villor, C. Sharkey, G. Lambert, B, Beyerle, W. Noble, R. Getz, B. Emerson, F. Groszkruger. SECOND ROW. C. Phillips, T, Weyand
J. Ritters, J. Menlchaus, R. Anthony, J. Christiansen, A. McCann, R. Doll, T. Carr, R. Hogan, Fr. Conneally, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: D. Spiller, D
Sullivan, D. Hutchinson, A. Scott, W. Swartz, M. Lockard, E. O'Connor, R. Azzolina, R. Graoly, K. Huber. ABSENT: R. Kintz.
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TOW ROW: R. Hunt, A. Rasch, M. Chevalier, M. Kidd, M. Bentley, C. Elfsten, A. Schutz, S. Thompson, W. Spahl. THIRD ROW: J. Hillman
B. Nelson, D. Penn, D. Mispagel, T. Power, R. Leedy, T. Alexander, J. Morneau, A. Larrabee. SECOND ROW: M. Yanke, H. Manifold, R
AI D Olivarez, T. Donovan, Y. Melanson, A. Andronis, C. Kavalaris, T. Groener, J. Stupy, T. Cartagna, Mr. Buckenrneyer, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: M
McEvoy, T. O'ConneII, V. SooHoo, R. MacDonald, B. Desmond, G. Pasco, J. Byrne, E. Rood. ABSENT: T. Bruce, R. Shaffer, P. Sweeney.
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TOP ROW: J. Trudnowski, G. Kraus, L. Malveaux, P. Donlan, P. Burton, J. Callanan, W. Moreton, J. Olivares. THIRD ROW: J. Strobel, J.
Arrache, H. Fuchs, J. Gresswell, R. Fedele, M. Kelly, R. Papsys, E. Reese, J. Arn. SECOND ROW: J. Schneider, E. Meehan, P. Gunn, G. Doran,
F. Aldrete, V. Morabito, W. Brown, T. Tepper, R. Mathers, Mr. Homboch, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: A. Wright, A. Murrieta, J. McCormick, D. Lubersnik, ll E
D. Langan, J. Sennes, S. Chabre, J. Giba. ABSENT: R. Rockwell.
TOP ROW- J Rallo, R. Wright, J. Bowler, V. Fisher, C. Ga
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lindo, L. Sinclair, L. Adams, A. Burns. THIRD ROW: T. Ratigan, L. Pene, L. Uranga,
J. Ra land J. O'Neill, l. Hornbecker, K. Brown, J. Gordon, P. Crisell. SECOND ROW: D. Vasquez, T. McGowan, E. Werts, J. Maraz, T. Cano,
M. Deasy, J. Duckett, 1. Bonyhardy. BOTTOM ROW: J. Settles, D. Smith, J. McGinty, P. Pollock, J. LaBrucherie, W. Gonzalez, M. Heberger, A.
Barrena, Mr. Magallon, S,J. ABSENT: J, Lagano, P. Lee.
TOP ROW: J. Kelly, R. O'Connor, J. Minisci, T. Daley, A. LaFrano, J. Armstrong, D. Petric. THIRD ROW: J. Green, G. Campol
P, Beal, C. Burchell, S. Yorba, C. Parrish, M. Johnston, J. Elbright. SECOND ROW: G. Tamas, R. Genarcli, M. Johnston, T.
mi, F, Ramirez
Lowe, B. Hale
F Pl t, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: C. Reher, D. Hessler, J. O'Brien, T, Murphy, W. Hellman, A
A. Lasis, T. Martin, M. Smith, T. Phelan, r. ayous
Castanares, D. Pascua, J. Flynn. ABSENT: R. Rominguez, N. McCarroll, P. Marin, J. Mitchell.
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TOP ROW: F. Darrow, F. Rolapp, P. Murrow, T. Madden, J. McCann, T. Welsh, D. Buckley, P. Slavick, R. Perez. THIRD ROW: T. Bbbott, P.!
2 ,H McGann, G. Yeager, T. Lennon, T. Orclway, R. Langan, J. Merget, J. Foley, J. Knox. SECOND ROW: J. Malcolm, J. Toomey, S. Wilson, M.l
Devine, E. Wick, M. Champommier, R. Gibson, J. Floyd, R. Espinosa, Mr. Short, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: A. Smith, A. Daviau, J. Nashua, JJ
Harkins, R. Leonard, M. DeMonte, P. Monaco, K. Owens, A. Loera. ABSENT: F. Brumfield, S. Grollnek. T
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TOP: ROW. P, Covallaro, V. Stevens, R. Schroeder, P. O'Leno, R. Molony, J. Soiret, P. Burke, G. Tapia, J. Monzio. THIRD ROW: G. Mitsch,
R. Lopez, C. Crosby, G. Mitchell, P. DeBever, G. Laughlin, E. Molieri, D. Sweeney, P. Davis. SECOND ROW: P. Wing, L, Sprague, F, Suarez, 2 B
J. Peterson, P. Medina, P. Meade, W. Mueller, L. Combs, C. Rehm, J. Rogers, Mr. MacDonald, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: V. Keating, J. LaBouft,
D. Santwier, F. Melton, A. Ashkar, J. Nolan, R. Vega, A. Matthews, N. Nishikubo, K. Tarney. ABSENTQ John Keller, Steve Dilullo.
TOP ROW: A. Bracci, D. Noyes, D. Gargaro, J. Sfutz, W. Vandling, J. Santley, J. Cronin F Behrle R Powers F Alolr THIRD ROW C
Sullivan, G. Taber, B, O'Connor, J. Brock, N, Rassmussen, R. Smith, R. Freeman, D Hess T Foherty SECOND ROW T Anderson P Hall
T. Havey, E. Zinkowski, C. Kunz, D. Barnett, C. Bryant, T. Gary, K. Kneeling, Mr. M Gonzalves SJ BOTTOM ROW H Breen M OConnor
R. Smith, G. Payne, R. Ritchie, J. Dolan, T. Borden, G. Kovats. ABSENT: W. Morris
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TOP ROW D Snider, M. Ewing, T. Tami, A. Hartkopf, H. Daniels, T. Woods, T. Huston, A. DeLellis, D Sweeney THIRD ROW E Turner J
ONeiI R Tusquellas, F. Wagner, D. Conway, K. Meany, F. Scott, J. Stuart, P. Ganey, P. Verhalen, P Rush SECOND ROW R Coldren A
Douglass P Twomey, F. Scott, H. Schwarz, V. Koromzay, W. Anderson, J. Leaver, T. Beach, P. Sawaya BOTTOM ROW W Wood L Boadt
R Scibilla L Shamey, D. Caine, P. Garrison, S. Privett, E. Smith, R. Cabral, Fr. Lester, S.J. ABSENT: L. Smith
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TOP ROW: P. Orr, A. Gad, W. O'Connor, J. Mautino, J. DuRoss, P. Peters, J. Benton, J. Wittenberg. THIRD ROW: K. Fiore, J. Babick, P
Baldwin, T. Tomlin, J. Bechman, M, Mispagel, L. LeSage, J. Benitez, R. Cramer, D. Toth. SECOND ROW: R. Cameron, J. Davis, S. Dilworth
P. Ronay, N. Newberry, D. Ono, J. Ryan, F. Roide, W. Sullivan, M. Kastner, Mr. J. Frampton. BOTTOM ROW: H. Villard, A. Gately, S. Hoffman
W. Molina, K. Smolka, C. Crane, D. Corsini, R. Ross, L. Guerena. ABSENT: G. Heidrich, J. Higgins, P. Smith.
TOP ROW: T, Ward, S, LaBash, A. Jackson, T. Liautaucl, P. Kane, J. Maechling, C. Englehard, R. Kronauge, J. Gonyea, R. Russo, C. Sorrells.
THIRD ROW: R. Sarno, J. Lucente, D. Rubly, M. McGee, G. Balclwin, D. Nichols, D. Sullivan, R. Richey, P. Hirning, D. Johansen. SECOND ROW:
W. Welzenbach, M. Dumas, M. Ball, C. Sullivan, W. Barry, R. Davies, P. Mullen, P. Ripple, B. Kruer, R. Hillseth, Fr. P. Pallas, S.J. BOTTOM 2 F
ROW: M. Mosher, R. Robinson, W. Scharrenburg, J. Hogan, T. Callahan, H. Hernandez, J. Capitain, G. Rowles.
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TOR ROW R. White, W. Heinen, M. Landon, T. Carpenter, D. Pondella, F, Studer, A, Schubert. THIRD ROW: L. Amato A Hall M McDevitt
T Comeau J. Quaglino, M. Lewis, M, Curry, P. DiBartolomeo, L. Lulce. SECOND ROW: R. Restaino, R. Quigley E Olsen D Hill J Rouse
3 Serge A, Smith, E. DeGoes. BOTTOM ROW: J. Pontorero, M. Sturges, J. Langley, S. Hayden, S, Tarnay, L, Ardon L Sorlc Mr J Preston
ABSENT R Marshall.
TOP ROW, R. Creech, G. Santa Cruz, M. Moss, M, Waters, D. Michel, D. Carroll, R. Hiernlhoch D Moore TH RD
Melenclez, T. Simondi, T. Evers, A. Loscialpo, W. Slattery, Rosas, R. Ochoa, L. Robinson. SECOND ROW A Dunne D
D. Hahling, M, Winterbottom, S. Schumacher, R, Otalea, R. Irish, Mr. Mathevvson, S.J. BOTTOM ROW R Mosier J
T, Labouff, J. Lantranco, D. Komin, T. Scucleri, J. Montagna. ABSENT1 B. Franklin, A. Loscialpo M Waco
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T ML nl' W. McDonald, P. Moss. THIRD ROW: L. Tarney, J. Fitzgerald
TOP ROW: D. Vigo, R. Gresswell, T. Casey, A. Antol, D. Dietz, . c aug in,
B. Engle, P. Rodman, A. Marasca, M. Ray, J. aPine, H. Stoner, J. Cappel, G, Jennison SECOND ROW: D. Ackel, K. Naruko, R. Heim, A Francis
M d R' F. Brannon, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: J. Sitter, T O Brien
3 U S. Rnaods, T. Madden, G. Marxmiller, W. Donnelly, E. Bradley, B. Carter, A. an e ic, r
R. Vega, M. Zieglar, T. Lynch, R. Cozzini, J. O'Connor, J. Heilman, R. Hessler ABSENT: D. Mercola,
TOP ROW: M. Rosato, R. Doran, W. Fahey, K. Sullivan, J. Bonino, C. Root, R. Laporte, P. Boland. THIRD ROW: D. Deutch, W. Crevier, W. Kelly,
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R. Riehl, L. Amarillas, F. Gately, J. Greenhalgh, B. Keelan. SECOND ROW: G. Innsprucker, R. Rolapp, S. Gibboney, . erner, upe
N. Silverman, P. McEvoy, M. Flynn, R. Holstein, Mr. N. Cooney, S.J. BOTTOM ROW: S. Shiffrin, L. Haenel, S. McLaughlin, T. Florian, G. Fite,
W. Grimes, A. Reyes, B. Lee, S. Clark. ABSENT: P. Devine.
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Nalmsley R Hokans N Gray D Justice T Palmer, V. Knuclsen, R, Phelan, S. Berrien, M. Toomey, C. Hovland. SECOND ROW H Mc a y
' d P. C ll' s J. Bender. BOTTOM ROW: J, McCarthy J Prietfo
Lew R Dietterle R Ganger A Garnboa V Buyvid, W. Ross, V. Desmon, o in,
Rivera F Greco F Gilbride J Havert R Schultz, J. Brigham, L. Bachleder, Mr. Hernandez, S.J.
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TOP ROW D Avery J Holmstrorn, S. Wallace, J. McGraa, J. Mc ynn, . y , . p, .
R K d J Sh no D Thom son, T. Orr, R. Smith, J, Mahoney, T. Voigrlander, R. Huston, T. Rausch SECOND ROW P Saporito G
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Gorslci A Newman K Ishida P. Klute, C, Tucker, J, Walker, E. Schmahl, U. Strutynski, J. Rasmussen BOTTOM ROW Fr B Sargent SJ
C Wallace A Kocienski J Zins, D. Wilson, J. Schneider, J. Pagano, R. Armstrong, J. Goodwin, L Gill P Sauer J Zopelis
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The graduating senior of 1958 faces a real-life paradox. He is needed, yeT, sTrangely
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Fierce compeTiTion To enTer America's colleges leaves many by The wayside.
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ADAMS, LARRY: St. Bridget's:
Classical: Sodalist Adams en-
visions a nation wide return
to the Conferedated States of
America - via the use of in-
struments designed to propel
pellets of steel.
BRYAN, JOHN: Our Mother of
Good Counsel: Classical: A
racquet man I3,4l while at Loy-
ola, J.B. plans politics: ward
heeler for sure!
BEUTHER, TERRY: St. Bernadette's:
Classical: Frosh class officer,
Beuther the Back-Stroker's head
is enveloped in the clouds of
chemistry. Claims to have dis-
covered a new formula for
CHEBUL, DUANE: St. Michael's:
Classical: Two year singer, Che-
bul will pattern his life on
Blackstone the lawyer - pro-
vided it doesn't interfere with
his first love, fishing.
CROWLEY, MIKE: Holy Spirit: Clas-
sical: Sodalist and 3 year pitch-
er, M. Crowley, while walking
one evening - in the bright
sunlight -- saw the sign of
the time: not "Go Pogo," not
"ie vais Pogo," but "Go USF."
DANIELE, PAUL: St. Francis of As-
sisi: Classical: And Witteman
said to Orr, "we need a cabin
boy, Larry. Daniele's our boy."
So trackman Daniele said to
DELAVAN, WILLIAM: St. Timothy's:
plans a career in the Air Force.
Prediction: the first
to reach the moon in a cement
-cee-ment, that is-satellite.
DRACE, JOHN: St. Dominic's: Clas-
sical: Three year sodalist and
Frosh class V.P. John, while
breakfasting in the cafeteria, re-
ceived a message from the
"Snap, Crackle, and Pop" of
Rice Krispies: G.E.-Go Elec-
FAVORITO, ROBERT: St. Eugene's:
Classical: Glee clubbed for four:
catechised for one, debated for
two, and Buttercupped for one.
Future: medicine man.
FLYNN, RICHARD: St. Gregory's:
Classical: Hearst historian, Flynn
levels his sights on the F.B.l.
Prediction: will transplant Earl
Stanley Gardner into Bop talk
for the Daily Worker. Ah! Those
cunning F.B.I. men.
FLYNN, VINCE: Mother of Good
Counsel: Classical: Swimmer
and member of Pep Club, Vince
leered at Loyola football root-
ers from under the lion's head.
Future with Clyde Beatty.
GIDEON, JAMES: St. Mary Mag-
dalen: Classical: Pep Club mem-
ber Gideon is interested -
strange to say - in making
money. ls in the market for a
press. Plans to finance his edu-
cation in business administra-
KERR, MAC: Good Shepherd: Clas-
sical: Future movie-maker Mac
swam, monogramed, glee-club-
bed and oratoried during his
sojourn at Loyola.
KUHN, BRUCE: Blessed Sacrament:
Classical: B.K. ino relation to
Bulganin or Khrushchevl, while
sounding the L.A. river in prep-
aration for a race, became in-
terested in marine life. His de-
sire: Marine Biologist, of course.
LAGUNA, JULIO: Our Lady of Lor-
etto: Classical: Laguna, sports
enthusiast and future engineer,
will construct bleachers along
the L.A. river for the race of
the century: Witteman and Orr
LAUMAN, LARRY: St. Mark: Classi-
cal: Crystal gazing reveals an
interesting future for footballer
Lauman: time keeper for-yes,
that boat-rowing episode.
LEWIS, WALTER: St. Mark: Classi-
cal: Walt Lewis, alias Walt the
trackster, plans to be the first
person to run around the world
in eighty days - north to
LLOYD, CLARENCE: Good Shepard:
Classical: Swimmer and Cate-
chist, platter - piddling Lloyd
plans pertinent programs per-
taining to business at the U.
LONGO, LARRY: Cathedral Chapel:
Classical: Varsity Longo, class
officer and track man, is noth-
ing but active. The Ouiii board
points to law!
IH Senior Biographies
MCNEILL, ROBERT: St. Columbian:
Classical: Baseball manager Mc-
Neill will put down the law
tomes, don his white sweater,
and lead the cheering section
for the race of the century.
MCWHORTER, PETER: St. Brendans:
Classical: A hunter and a fisher,
Pedro navigates and gravitates
MILLER, JOHN: sf. Mary by the
Sea: Classical: Now, John, you
spent three years as a boarder,
two years in the pep club, and
two years on the track team-
and you want to be an archi-
MYERS, CARL: Classical: Annapo-
lis-minded Myers will row Wit-
teman and Orr up to Santa
Clara in a concrete boat via the
L.A. river-land ho!
O'BRlEN, TERRY: Christ the King:
Classical: Two year sodalist and
monogramer, terrible "Tank the
Tackler," after "refing" the race
of the century, plans on a
OLSON, FRED: Classical: Proud
Austin Healy owner, Olson's
hard to stop on the field. Main
ambition: to stare at the glare
reflected from an executive's
ORR, LARRY: Sacred Heart: Lan-
caster, Classical: Spirit dynamo
and footballer, Larry will aid
Witteman in research connected
with the league bearing qual-
ities of Santa Claren ivy! -
OSTERMAN, ROBERT: Good Shep-
ard: Classical: Sodalist Oster-
man has recurrent dreams of
designing - while at Loyola
U.-yes, of designing the first
"All-Mud" motel: I did say
PEREZ, ALFRED: St. Cecilia: Clas-
sical: Trackman Perez will dab-
ble with the scapel, perform-
ing frontal lobotomies on over-
excited sloths-in Australia.
PONDELLA, DAVE: St. Peter's:
Classical: Former polevaulting
Sgt-at-Arms, Pondella, while at
Loyola U. will engineer a spec-
ial concrete boat for Orr and
RATCLIFF, LOUIS: St. Francis Cab-
rini: Classical: L.R., Loyola's
male Annie Oakley, plans to
replace W.J.B. as the world's
greatest orator at the plaza.
REVELES, TOM: St. Cyril's: Classi-
cal: Reveles ran the first year.
Reveles ran the second year.
the third year.
the fourth year.
SANDERS, JOHN: Good Shepard:
Classical: Sanders, pep clubber
and distance man. Future plans:
to swim, underwater, to Ford-
ham, after racing a certain con-
crete boat to you know where.
STEWART, JIM: St. Bridgid's: Clas-
sical: Gentleman Jim, after
three years bucket-guarding and
board watching, secretly seeks
presidency of Adams' confed-
VILLAR, FERNANDO: St. Paul:
Classical: Nano known for
kneading nimble nonsense for
Pep Club. Received acclaim for
excellent basketmaking. May
take up ranching.
WALSH, CHARLES: St. Gerard:
Classical: Midget among giants
on football field says, "The
bigger they are the harder they
fall." Chuck wants to be a
WENDT, EDWARD: St. Bernard's:
Classical: Two year debater
with a yen for sports, Wendt
wants to service sailors nerv-
ous in the service - a psy-
chologist, no less!
WILLIAMS, CHARLES: St. Paul the
Apostle: Classical: Would-be
writer Williams yearns for a
life dedicated to the pen. His
material, politics and sports.
Hi-low Hearst, here I come.
WITTEMAN, KEN: St. Therese:
Classical: Having a knack for
getting kicked, Witteman has
been hard lucked out of two
football seasons. Still likes it.
Dream: watching the ivy grow
at Santa Clara.
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AVERY, BRIAN: St. Brendan's:
Classical: Sir Joseph Avery, act-
ing admiral of H.M.S., dances,
acts, speaks "right well." His
future as seen through the eyes
and ears of the world: ring-
master of S.C.C.
BECWAR, ANDREW: Holy Redeem-
er: Classical: Andy, after drop-
ping his transmission for the
"umpti-umpt" time, has de-
cided to become a peanut
vendor lS.C.C.I to pay his way
through engineering school.
BOUCHARD, TOM: Visitation:
Classical: Sherlock Bouchard,
four year sodalist, three times
class president, after quarter-
backing his way through the
Hi, plans a career with Scot-
BRUNO, RONALD: St. Ambrose:
Classical: Student body veep,
Bruno pepped the pep club:
likes golf and hopes to work
on molars. Future, 1980: Sharp-
ening elephant tusks for S.C.C.
BUCKLEY, PHILIP: Transfiguration:
Classical: Desiring knowledge
of nuclear and nebular physics,
P.B. will be the first human
"Explorer" to cut his own or-
bit around the center pole of
the S.C.C.-shot from a cross-
BUTLER, TOM: St. Philips: Classi-
cal: Butler: "Yes, I want col-
lege." Butler: "Yes, I like lib-
eral arts." Butler: "Hmmm,
Santa Clara for me.' Predic-
tion: peg pounder, S.C.C.
BYRNE, DONN: Cathedral Chapel:
Classical: Miler and high iump-
er, Speedy Byrne holds school
cross country record. Plans, af-
ter basketball season, fastest
legal beagle afoot.
CALLIGAN, PAT: Blessed Sacra-
ment: Classical: "Man on the
street" Calligan holds a record
or two in the H2O, likes sports,
P.C. is torn between becoming
engineer and pop corn vendor.
Prediction: popping corn for
CAMACHO, ANDY: Our Lady of
Lourdes: Classical: Student body
president A. Camacho played
football and so liked R.O. that
he aspires to West Point. Fu-
ture: Captain of 1975 R.O.T.C.
staff at Loyola. Staff: Sgt. Woll-
CLESCERI, JOE: Our Lady of the
Miraculous Medal: Classical:
Big Joe, star center and ball
receiver plans a career as phar-
macist. Prediction: Reverenced
and feared alchemist living in
a cave high in the Himalayas.
COLEMAN, FRED: St. Clements:
Classical: Coleman will collab-
orate with Henegar on a spec-
ially trained seal act for the
S.C.C. Coleman: "Bark, Hen-
COPLEN, RICHARD: St. Bernadet-
tes: Classical: Sodalist and glee
clubber, Coplen in spare time
wrote for El Camino and taught
catechism. Future: veiled in the
mist of time.
DALEY, PETE: St. Timothy's: Clas-
sical: Dentist Daley wants to
help Bruno in the S.C.C. How?
"Left tusk, Daley: right, Bruno."
Baseballer and basketballer,
Daley will undoubtedly drill
DOWLING, MIKE: St. Joan of Arc:
Classical: Diligent Dowling
agrees to the finer things in
life. La Artiste! Future: Paris
1990, a well clad gentleman,
beret on head, canvases under
arm, strolls down the street.
Who? Your guess is as good as
FRAZIER, ALBERT: St. Malachy's:
Classical: After being ground
as a student, Varsity football
manager, Al plans to do a little
grinding himself. Prediction:
PFC in army stationed at Loy-
ola P.M.S.8:T., R.l.P.
HALL, DAVE: Transfiguration: Clas-
sical: Baseball and footballer
Hall will drill his way to the
top. Future: Dentist. Advice:
"Brush these well and don't
HENEGAR, MIKE: Holy Family:
Classical: 1958's sports editor
for Loyalist and big wheel of
the monogram club, ran for
four years on a circular track:
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his main ambition, of course,
to run on a straight track chas-
ing sick horses.
HESLIN, JOHN: St. Elizabeth's:
Classical: Pep clubber and Bar
keeper Ur. playl, John IP. Sousa!
Heslin has a scholarship to
wind his way through Loyola
U. Future: omm-pah-pah man
for the S.C.C.
HOWARD, ROBERT: Our Lady of
Solitude: Classical: El rusticus
Howard hunted boar in Africa
for S.C.C. Plans a future in
agriculture: "Oh give me a
home where the boar roam."
IRISH, WILLIAM: St. MichaeI's:
Classical: Big Bill, disciple of
Chas. Atlas, was prominent in
J.V. basketball. Has an offer
from S.C.C.- to hold aloft for
the cheering spectators a live
KOLB, RICHARD: Holy Trinity:
Classical: A musical mechanic
meaning to mine molars, Rich
will study dentistry. 1980:
Open your mouth and say
Ahhh! wish ahhh was in the
land of cotton.
LORENZ, TERRY: St. Anastasia:
Classical: Varsity baseballer 8:
member of M.C. and S.C.C.
shot past Orr and Witteman
with his newly acquired buggy
-up the river bed, that is.
LIEB, TOM: St. John Evangelist:
Classical: After engineering at
Loyola U., halfback Tom will
design the only roadster that
will take every corner on two
wheels. His solution: a two
wheeled hot rod.
LUKE, BILL: St. Bede's: Classical:
Recently in Africa catching wild
boar, varsity guard Bill slipped
and fell in his own trap. How-
ard and other big game hunt-
ers, not realizing what had
happened, proceeded to cage
their catch. Bill is now on dis-
play at the S.C.C.
LYONS, JOHN: St, Agnes: Classi-
cal: swimmer Lyons plans a
rosy future amongst dusty law
tomes. Future: move over, Hoov-
er, here comes your successor.
NIBLO, DENNIS: St. Francis of
Assis: Classical: Club pepper
and ring fan, Dennis the men-
ace Niblo, after checking the
Delphian oracle got wise and
opened up a fortune telling
booth at the S.C.C.
OCHOA, RAY: Sacred Heart: Clas-
sical: "Satchmo the II" Ray:
"I want to be a trumpeteer"
Ochoa has only two loves:
sports and R.O.T.C. Favorite
saying, "Give me my rifle and
OSTLY, BRUCE: St. Ignatius: Clas-
sical: Ostly plans to whirl
around the world with a shot
clenched in his teeth. Future:
To study shot put. Plans: vague
-only to become a billionaire.
PHELAN, MERV: St. Therese: Clas-
sical: Merv Phelan Ph.D., M.D.,
Ba., S.C.C., A.T.P.X., SPCA,
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POCHE, STEPHEN: St. Kevin's:
Classical: Varsity sharpshooter
Poche is practicing for latest
match-to shoot Lorenz out of
cannon directly into Santa
Clara. Future: hunting Loyola
students with aid of captain
Camacho of West Point.
RAU, FRANK: St. Gregory's: Clas-
sical: Cecil B. De Rau while on
location at Loyola found time
to compete in the H.H.H. IHearst
History Heartbreakerl. Future:
Co-manager for S.C.C.
REID, ROBERT: St. Gregory's: Clas-
sical: Cee basketball captain
and make up artist, R.R. is
now engaged in changing
"faciem rerum" at the S.C.C.
Future: sorry, crystal ball is
ROSS, JIM: Sodalist Good Shep-
herd: Classical: 2 yr. Ross will
rock 8: roll his rocking ways
through rolling Santa Clara hills
as medic. Future: Doctor of
Hippos at the S.C.C.
RYAN, WILLIAM: Transfiguration:
Classical: Wee Willy, or iust
plain Bill, is not so plain at
all: class officer, all-Catholic
Ist. sacker, sodalist, J.V. bas-
ketball - more of those plain
SATRIANO, THOMAS: Mother of
Good Counsel: Classical: All
CIF third baseman, fireman of
the 32 precinct: Tom at pres-
ent is completely engrossed in
his private enterprise: owner
of the S.C.C.-Satriano's Cir-
SCHLIEPER, KEN: St. John's Hyde
Park: Classical: A regular ham
at the radio, science enthusiast
Schlieper is destined for the
high wire, under the big top.
STAFFORD, PAT: St. Cyril's: Clas-
sical: Trackman Stafford after
overcoming all obstacles in his
staggering climb to the bar,
tripped on a copy of the Con-
THOM, JOHN: St. Augustine: Clas-
sical: Horsehide enthusiast,
"dunker" Thom plans to write
for a living. Future: Starvation
Alley with Merv Phelan, S.P.C.A.
WOLLMAN, NED: St. Matthias:
Classical: Sharpshooter, sodalist,
V. trackman, Ned has broken
all his fingers - M-I thumbs.
Crystal gazing: Into the air,
WOODS, MIKE: St, Bernadette's:
Classical: 3 year pigskinner
Wood's vigor on gridiron stems
from mystery vitamins B, iron,
calcium, phosphorus. All of
which are found in Wheaties.
Future: "Calling Doctor Kildare,
Doctor Kildare, please."
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ARANDA, BEN: St. Alphonsus:
Classical: 1980 will see Cate-
Bridge on the River Kwai, hopes
naturally enough to take en-
chist and HH contestant, Ben,
the head of a bipartisan party
for foreign aid to distressed
BENTON, JESS: St. Timothy: Clas-
sical: Jess B., a four year So-
dolist and Catechist, has his
eyes fixed on the bar, the Ie-
gal one. 1980: Renowned for
his uncanny ability to misinter-
pret the weather, he becomes
BROWN, DAVE: St. Gregory's:
Classical: Glee Club and swim-
mer D. Brown is executivelly
slanted. 1980: Dave has stum-
bled on the Veep's feet and
fallen into the Prexy's chair.
BURGER, BILL: Cathedral Chapel:
Classical: Burger, upon grad-
uating from engineering at Loy-
ola U., will undertake to re-
build the Bridge on the River
CASEY, PAT: St. Bernadette: Clas-
sical: Pat put-shotter Casey has
his sights leveled on nuclear
physics. 1980: P.C. is now
shooting out the eyes of po-
tatoes in the U.S.A.--K.P., Oh
CRAIG, JIM: St. Francis of As-
sisi: Classical: Sodalist-librarian
Craig, after spending years
moving dusty tomes lat Loy-
olal,.wilI be the only executive
librarian who was awarded a
degree for having a degree.
DICKENSON, BOB: St. Paul the
Apostle: Classical: Bouncing
Bob, bubbling Pep Club mem-
ber, after U-engineering, be-
came a nature lover, and is
now watering the flowers on
the River Kwai.
DONOVAN, BILL: St. Joan or Arc,
Blythe, Calif.: Classical: Bill the
boarder hopes to complete the
longest filibuster of all time.
1980: B.D., for the last 169.-
1416 2f19 hours, has blocked
O'Malley's bill for the abolish-
ment of Ju-Ju Bees in the class-
DOWNING, BILL: St. Gregory the
Great: Classical: Honorable Wil-
Iiam Downing, Lord High En-
gineer, Chief Constructor of the
ELORDWAY, EUGENIO: Our Lady
of Guadalupe, Mexicali, Mex-
ico: Classical: Boarder, Sodalist,
and Sanctuary Society member,
Eugene plans to destroy Bur-
ger's Bridge upon completion
after taking special courses at
the University of Mexico.
EMERICK, JOHN: Cathedral
Chapel: Classical: John, a 3-
year band member, is now
busy composing such immortal
hits as "Where's the Party,"
"It's Where the Two Parallel
Lines Meet," "How Do You
Know?" and "Took Engineering
at the U."
FREYMUTH, LOUIS: St. Paul the
Apostle: Classical: Louie, Var-
sity footballer and Loyalist
writer, hopes to complete a ser-
ies of "assignments" by '79 for
Mr. Mathewson. 1980: He is
now Sergeant-at-Arms for the
Senate. Nice going, Lou!
GREEN, WILLARD: Corpus Christi:
Classical: Jim Green, teen-age
rage, after beating Juan Fangio
with his Porsche, will pro-
duce sport car iackets Ilabeled
Porschel for car fans - once
he has telecommunicated, that
HANKINS, ROBERT: St. John the
Evangelist: Classical: Bob, an
orator 8: Loyalist rewriter, will
engineer at Loyola U. 1980 will
see Bob replacing the corner-
stone of the Bridge on the
HARPER, RICHARD: St. Timothy:
Classical: D. Harper, Glee Club-
ber 8: El Camino writer - to
say nothing of Dramatics, after
singing his way through Gon-
zaga, was given a iob sing-
ing Gillette and Winston com-
HEGENER, PETE: Corpus Christi:
Classical: After graduating from
Loyola U. pre-med, and Walter
Reed Med., after 8 years spec-
ialized surgery, I6 years tech-
nical disorders in performing
frontal Iobotomies, Pete was as-
signed to the R. Lee hospital.
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HELLBOCK, HAROLD: St. Martin of
Tours: Classical: NFL Debater,
HH desires to be a doctor.
1980: Dr. Harold will probably
be a big wheel at the R. Lee
hospital beneath the Bridge on
the River Kwai.
HOWARD, PAT: Visitation: Clas-
sical: Trackman Howard is in-
clined toward electronics. Be-
yond the mists of the present,
1980 will see Pat stringing up
telephone wires along the River
JOHNSON, BOYD: Precious Blood:
Classical: Boyd, varsity track
and Biologist member, hopes
to take pre-med at Undecided
College. 1980: Boyd is now at-
tending wounded game at Mac-
LEE, ROBERT: Cathedral Chapel:
Classical: Robert lE.l Lee, great
track man 8: Monogram mem-
ber, has visions like Roht's lalso
of 4Cl. After caring for all the
beat feet in L.A., he will have
a hospital dedicated to him.
Ist patient-Bob Lee.
LEHMAN, DAN: Mother of Good
Counsel: Classical: 1980 will
see Dan, Mr. RoIf's former
scribe, studying in a specialized
field of medicine - how to
make gall stones shine. Try
some shoe polish, old chap.
LIATUAD, MIKE: Our Lady of Lo-
retto: Classical: Captain M.
Liataud of tennis fame has
made a claim for fame, M.D.'s
LOWE, RICHARD: St. Stephen's:
Classical: D. Lowe, prospective
"mach" buster, plans a career
as a USAF. Hopes to be the first
one to fly nonstop from New
York to Paris-backwards and
MATTHEWS, TOM: St. Bernadette:
Classical: Tom All-Catholic Mat-
thews, the complete athlete and
student body scribe to boot,
will look for his future among
compasses, tripods, and tri-
angles - engineering, that is.
1980: Tom is helping Burger
mix the mud for the River Kwai
MILLET, JOHN: St. Thomas: Clas-
sical: John, ROTC and officer
club member will take a Liber-
al Arts course at L.U. The
crystal ball reveals that Millet
will be a big man in 1980.
How can he help it with the
education he's received?
MILTON, WAYNE: St. Jerome:
Classical: 1980 will view 4
year Sodalist and Catechist Mil-
ton the only male Senator in
Congress. Currently he is pro-
posing an amendment against
OLHASSO, JOHN: St. Theresa:
Classical: Sodalist 8: Club-pep-
per J.O. desires Architectural
Engineering. 1980: Pete has
iust been awarded a contract
for designing the new six sided
O'MALLEY, WILLIAM: St. Ferdi-
nand: Classical: Glee Clubber
and part time Biologist "Whip-
orwiII" Will, after getting teach-
ing credentials via the U.,
turned politician and is now
fighting for the abolishment of
Ju-Ju Bees in the classroom.
PALMER, NICK: St. Paul the Apos-
tle: Classical: BB Bouncer and
high iumper, Nick plans to be
only man to go over Niagara
Falls in a paper mache barrel.
1980: writer of speeches for
the honorable Ben Aranda.
RIPPLE, BERT: Sacred Heart: Palm
Desert: Classical: Bert the Board-
er Ripple, EI Camino Photog-
rapher and future Secretary of
Agriculture has hatched out
a special plan for producing
atomic fuel by growing ionic
ROHT, MART: Classical Diploma:
H20 enthusiast M. Roht con-
iures up visions of white uni-
forms, sterilized masks, rubber
gloves, scalpel please, calling
Doctor Roht. Future: Yes.
SMITH, NORMAN: Saint Paul:
Classical: Norman nurses non-
sensical notions about building
bridges. 1980: He wants to
get out of the Erector league
and get into the big time.
STEVENS, THOMAS: St. Stevens:
Classical: Trackman Tom, USF
candidate, after patenting a
new device for catching rodents
and naming it after himself,
is trying to get himself out of
his own trap.
STRATHMERE, JOMN: St. Ambrose:
Classical: Varsity footballer 8:
Pep Clubber. J.S. plans to mar-
ket high grade cement foot-
balls after a few years of Loy-
ola U. Business Administration.
Future: two broken feet.
THOME, ALFRED: Immaculate Con-
ception: Classical: Coin collect-
or Thome is naturally interested
in money lhis basement is fill-
ed with lead slugsl. 1980: We
see Al defending Elordway
lwho also has a basement full
URRICARIET, STEVE: St. Augustine:
Classical: All-Catholic hoopster
8: 4 year Sodalist, Steve U.
engineered at the U. 1980: He
has received an appointment to
construct a new super freeway
through the Pyrenees, his home-
land. Pastime: Basking in Bas-
ICKER, PAUL: St. Anastasia:
Classical: Paul "I wanna be an
engineer" Wicker will by 1980
undertake an enormous pro-
iect in the architectural realm
-repainting the bridge across
the River Kwai.
WILLIAMS, SYD: St. Sebastian:
Classical: Syd "I balled the
foot 8: shot the put" Williams
aspires to medicine. 1980: He
has iust designed a glass bot-
tomed operating table for the
R. Lee Hospital.
RIGHT, ED: Holy Spirit: Honor-
ary Classical: Lover of the deep,
deeper, deepest, help me, I'm
going under - E.W. read his
future in the stars: Pharmacy.
1980: concocting an aspirin
faster than Bufferin.
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GUERENA, JAVIER: St. Paul: Hon-
orary Classical: G. Javier, EI
Camino contributor and pep
clubber, will complete his ed-
ucation via U-medicine. Here,
in 1970 we see J.G. shooting
the faculty with anti-chalk
.' HAUSERA, JOHN: sf. Francis of
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CAIN, JIM: St. Boniface: Honor-
ary Classical: Jim, a boarder,
Sodalist, basketballer, Sanctuary
Society member, trackman, CSF
and EI Camino worker, has
completely worn himself out
here at Loyola. Future: Jim C.
CHAMPOMMIER, JEAN: Transfigu-
ration: Honorary Classical: Jean
C., a science club member, will
study at the U. - a Liberal
Arts course, no less. Hi lo, Loy-
CARPENTER, MIKE: St. Paul the
Apostle: Classical: Mike, a bas-
ket star and swimmer, has a
yearnin' for higher Iearnin'. He
desires to write. 1970: M.C. is
driving his 1908 Stanley Steam-
er to Loyola each day to teach
the incorrigible Frosh elemen-
CONKEY, JIM: St. Paul's: Classi-
cal: Class officer and AII-Cath-
olic basketball star, Jim wants
to be in Dentistry. Parting the
veil of the future we see Dr.
"Yank" Conkey donating his
education to Loyola.
CROUSE, KEN: St. Francis de Sales:
Classical: K. Crouse, Loyalist
writer and Sodalist, has visions
of test tubes, C2OH, H2O, and
other strange mixtures -- a bio-
chemist at the U. Future: bio-
chemistry at the U!
CRUNELLE, LEONARD: St. Paul the
Apostle: Classical: Skip, student
body Sgt.-at-Arms and V. bas-
ketball guard, hopes to take
engineering at Notre Dame.
Future: After shooting a few
marbles in the 1976 Olympics,
he will return to help Mr. Bar-
CURRAN, DAMIAN: St. Clements:
Honorary Classical: Damian C.,
4 year voice artist and Loyalist
writer, will study architecture.
1970: He and Donlon will re-
design the Loyola-Hi flag pole,
painting it red, white, and blue
with stars on the top.
DEVOT, PAUL: St. Anastasia: Clas-
sical: Paul, Sodalist 8: Hearst
History winner, after his ex-
pansive law experience at the
U., will become international
authority on spangles, baubles,
and tripodic caIaports???
DIAZ, MIKE: Our Mother of Good
Counsel: Classical: Sodalist and
El Camino worker. M. Diaz
wants to study ivories - How
to carve 'em, clean 'em, drill
'em, and yank 'em. 1970: "Dr.
Conkey, please remove your
foot from the patient's mouth.
I can't see."
DONLON, BERT: American Martyrs:
Honorary Classical: B. Donlon,
C.S.F. member and Sodalist,
after a lengthy course at the
U. lengineeringl, will find him-
self balancing the bucket for
FOLK, RON: Christ the King: Clas-
sical: Water lubber R.F. plans
a business career. 1970: A me-
dium built man enters the of-
fice at Loyola High. Beneath
his arm is a brief case, in his
hand a raffle ticket. Who? R.F.
FORD, JOHN: Cathedral Chapel:
Classical: Ford, Sodalist and
varsity swimmer, will take pre-
med. Beyond the mists of the
present - "Dr. Conkey, will
you please remove your foot
from the patient's mouth. I
can't fit the chisel in."
FRANCIS, ROBERT: St: Bernadette:
Honorary Classical: Bob, V. bas-
ketball manager and Loyalist
writer, hopes to become a law-
yer, 197O: He is now owner of
a large laundry service, cater-
ing to Loyola Hi. His only cus-
tomer is Mr. Barnett.
FRANKS, JAMES: Holy Redeemer:
Classical: Jim, a science club
member, will take Physics in
college. Future: J.F. hopes to
design a formula for growing
Yul Brynner sideburns on billiard
FRAZIER, RICHARD: St. Gregory:
Honorary Classical: Rich Frazier,
a science club member, plans
to travel on a rolling rocky
road. 1970: Geology professor
R.F. is resurfacing the asphalt
tennis courts at Loyola with
FRAWLEY, DENNIS: St. Joan of
Arc: Classical: Dennis the de-
bater-orator will take up en-
gineering his way off the top
of that flag pole. "DonIon, will
you get your foot out of the
GLESS, MIKE: Cathedral Chapel:
Classical Diploma: Water-won-
der M.G., member of M.C. and
captain of the S.T., will use his
L.U. law knowledge to help the
unfortunates of room 117.
GREVEMBERG, SCOTT: St. John,
Hyde Park: Classical: Lord High
Editor of Loyalist newspaper,
Scott plans to meddle with
metal. 1970 sees Herr Grevem-
berg replacing the bricks at
1901 Venice Blvd.
Assisi: Classical: Having a
knack for getting knicked 132
surface wounds so farl, sharp-
shooting J. Hauser has bravely
volunteered to offer his college
education as a moving target
for 1970 R.O.T.C. rifle team.
HEDBERG, JOHN: Church of the
Good Shepherd: Classical: John,
NFL orator 8: Sodalist, plans to
take a money course in Santa
Clara. Upon graduation he
plans to make money. After
making money he plans to give
it away. Why make it?
HOGAN, PETE: St. Paul the Apos-
tle: Honorary Classical: Pete,
a Sodalist, glee clubber, and
"racqueteer," in 1970 is stand-
ing outside the Vice-principaI's
office. "Father, can I give that
INGLIS, MIKE: St. Andrew's: Clas-
sical Diploma: Mike, an R.O.T.C.
cadet, after getting a B.A. at
L.U., is seen standing outside
the Vice - Principal's Office
119701. "Father, can I give my
KURTZ, LEONARD: St. Augustine'S:
Classical Diploma: Hard work-
ing L.K., a music lover and fu-
ture engineer, is seen in 1970
standing outside the Vice-Prin-
cipal's office. "Father, can I
give my memory, now?"
LANE, WILLIAM: Our Mother of
Good Counsel: Classical Diplo-
ma: Bill, pep club, NFL, and
Loyalist member, after taking
up law at Georgetown, in '70
is seen in the Vice Principal's
office - giving his memory!
LESAGE, MIKE: Sacred Heart: Clas-
sical Diploma: Mike, Orator and
R.O.T.C. officer, will dabble
with the gavel - he'lI be a
lawyer, that is. 1970 finds him
defending Hogan, Inglis, Kurtz,
and Lane. Outcome-15 extra
NEARY, BRIAN: Transfiguration:
Classical Diploma: Dramatic
track man and Loyalist writer,
would-be lawyer Neary will
return to L.A., amidst a carpet
of flowers, to take up where
Blackstone left off.
NEWELL, JOHN: St. Peter's: Clas-
sical Diploma: John, a mono-
gram member and varsity track
man, will try his hand at writ-
ing. Future: Loyola Hi track
coach, 1970. "OK, you guys,
run! St. Thomas has a tough
O'CONNOR, MIKE: Good Shep-
herd: Classical Diploma: N.F.L.
secretary, Mike O'Connor plans
to continue his varsity baseball
pitching at Georgetown. Fu-
ture: Due to a fogged crystal
ball we are unable to deter-
mine his future.
ORDWAY, WILLIAM: St. Eugene:
Classical Diploma: Rifle team
ace shooter and member of of-
ficer's club, Bill will employ his
experience and knowhow ob-
tained on the L.H. rifle range
to carefully point, aim, and fire
the gun signalling the start of
the '76 Olympics.
PAGE, STEVEN: St. Brigid: Classical
Diploma: Steve, a great lover
of Carnation ice cream, plans
to take accounting at L.U. Fu-
ture: five years in the clink for
misplacing S200,000,000 from
the High School locker fee ac-
count. Was it worth it, Steve?
RAMIREZ, RON: Holy Tranny, clos-
sical Diploma: R.R., great car
enthusiast, will attend the U.
in his "dual quads mounted in
a Fordillac" lBullock's Toy
Dept.l Future: patrolling 15th
street in his "dual quads
mounted in a FordiIIac" lBul-
lock's Toy Dept.l
SCHUTZ, BOB: St. Paul the Apos-
tle: Honorary Classical Diploma:
Bob's ambition, after graduat-
ing from L.H., was to make
money. After graduating from
college, his ambition was still
to make money. After graduat-
ing from med school, Bob de-
cided to quit the profession and
make money. Future: making
money. "Hello, Levenworth."
SEVERSON, LARRY: Transfiguration:
Classical Diploma: Star-gazer
Severson, interested in astro-
nautical engineering l?l, hopes
to fly with the birdmen. Future:
1st man to fly non-stop around
the world in a hand powered
SHIELDS, CLARENCE: St. Thomas:
Honorary Classical Diploma: So-
dalist, C.S.F. member, and
trackster, Shields envisions a
career devoted to pulse taking
and knee knocking. Future: "Dr.
Conkey, will you please take
your foot out of the patient's
mouth. I can't remove his ton-
sils this way."
STEHLY, MARK: St. Boniface: Hon-
orary Classical Diploma: So-
dalist and cross country man,
M. Stehly says he likes to
swim. Prediction: lst man to
swim underwater non-stop from
Reno to Atwater,
WALTERS ROBERT: St. Joan of Arc:
Classical Diploma: R. Walters,
debater, orator, C.S.F., N.F.L.
member, interested in political
science, was reported to have
said, ten minutes before he
passed away, "Dr. Conkey, will
you pease get your foot from
my mouth. I can't ugh! . . . oh!
dear! - help!"
WEBER, LYNN: Mother of Good
Counsel: Honorary Classical Di-
ploma: Lynn, Sodalist, debater,
and varsity crackshot, will take
engineering. Future: after train-
ing Loyola High cadets how to
fire - collecting shot shells
by the sea shore.
WILSON, JOHN: Transfiguration:
Classical Diploma: John, a So-
dalist and rifle team member,
will enter the field of dentistry.
Beyond the present we see
Wilson cleaning and sweeping
up after Doctors Conkey, Diaz,
Shields, lWalter-R.l.P.l, and
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FBI-O.U. Future: l.O.U. an
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ABRAM, PAUL: Holy Trinity: Hon-
orary Classical: Paul, a candi-
date for Navy Engineering, one
of the foremost scientists of
1975, has just launched his
vest pocket rocket, propelled by
alcohol and orange juice.
ALCORACE, BERNARD: St. Aug-
ustine: Honorary Classical: So-
dalist, Varsity baseball player,
B. Alcorace plans a career in
-yes, there certainly are a
lot of them-dentistry! Future:
AMICO, CHARLES: Transfiguration:
Classical: Chas., Student Body
Treasurer and Varsity football
player plans, yep, dentistry. He
is currently engaged in fisticuffs
with Abram because Paul will
not allow him to drink the
AVALLONE, LEE: Holy Family: Hon-
orary Classical: Lee, biologist,
state impromptu winner, and
debate champ, will pre-med at
U.S.F. 1975: A bright light
gleams above a white walled
room. "Nurse, scapel please.
Nurse, stomach pump. I can't
understand how this rocket pro-
pellant got in here!"
COUTURE, JOE: Corpus Christi:
Honorary Classical: Joseph, a
Sodalist, and C.S.F. life mem-
ber, has contributed to the
Loyalist and El Camino. He will
major in engineering at L.U.,
after which he will write a book
titled "Solecisms, Barbarisms,
and lmproprities ot the Rock
and Roll Generation." Preface
to be written by Mr. Barnett.
FARRELL, JOHN: Immaculate Con-
ception: Honorary Classical: A
future lawyer, John F. was a
Sodalist and worked on Loyal-
ist. His hobby: rolling in doe.
Did you say dough? No! Doe.
FRANCO, RICHARD: St. John the
Evangelist: Honorary Classical:
Great track man and C.S.F.
member, Dick Franco, when
asked to comment on world
problems said: "Hurdle 'em.
I say run a mile a day, a day,
GRADY, JOE: Visitation: Honorary
Classical: National Merit Schol-
arship winner lG.M. tooll So-
dalist and pep club member, is
interested in test tubes, bunsen
burners, spatulas, and beakers
Future: glass cutter.
HAMILTON, WILLIAM: Our Mother
of Good Counsel: Honorary
Classical: B.H., Hearst History
man and El Camino worker,
plans particularly pertinent pol-
icies to be pursued as soon as
possible. He wants to go to
college. Future: Potential.
HOPE, ANTHONY: St. Charles Bor-
romeo: Honorary Classical:
Tony, a Varsity swimmer, Na-
tional Merit finalist, and Loyal-
ist writer, will take up electron-
ics at Georgetown. 1975: Hope
happily hopes to have a hope-
ful future-He hopes.
HORGAN, DAN: Holy Spirit: Hon-
orary Classical: Dan Horgan,
Loyola's stage manager, mem-
ber of the science club, Sodal-
ist, and N.F.L. member is vio-
lently arguing about the moral
aspects of using elevator shoes
on the high jump. He certain-
ly cuts an interesting figure in
his turtle-neck sweater, sandals,
IRAGUI, FRANK: St. Francis: Clas-
sical: Pep-Clubber and EI Ca-
mino man, F. Iragui was quoted
as saying - and this only
after an extensive course in
electronic engineering - there
there ain't no such place as
isA, ALBERT: Classical: Ai, c.s.F.
and Loyalist member, calculates
he will become an administrator
of business. There's a future in
JOHNSON, CAGE: St. Paul: Hon-
orary Classical: Track hurdling
C. Johnson, 4 year Sodalist,
plans to-Yes, "stick out your
tongue, please." Future: Author-
ity on lungs 'n tongues and
tons of things.
KEESE, THOMAS: Holy Angel: Clas-
sical: Golf minded Keese has
just purchased a mail order
course on "Do-It-Yourself En-
gineering" No. 325-672-816-
327. Prediction: Whirled away
to land of Ou-foo--slide rule
KOLMEL, JOE: St. Agatha: Honor-
ary Classical: Honey-tongued J.
Kolmel, N.F.L., dramatics, and
debate minded, has been cor-
responding with J. Edgar for
KIJMAMOTO, ALAN: Our Lady Ot
Loretto: Classical. A. Kumamoto,
camera fan and EI Camino pho-
tographer lcf. Pg 43l, after
throwing 4 heavies to the wind,
said he was mildly interested
in "Judo." Prediction: He will
open an outdoor restaurant
lAlan's Restl for ex-judo fans
and broken down students of
LINDENAUER, RICHARD: Mother of
Good Counsel: Honorary Clas-
sical: R. L., Drama and band
man, hopes to sail the sea in
the "H.M.S. Alan's Rest." Al-
ready has his oar in for the
naval academy. He wants to
be an engineer.
MAGARY, RICHARD: St. Philip:
Honorary Classical: Light spec-
ialist R.M. hopes to it at
S.F. 1976: A distinguished look-
ing man with slide rule and
compass approaches the En-
gineering Bldg. He pauses,
thinks deeply, holds up his slide
rule and calculates. Who is it?
Lindenauer, of course.
MASTO, AMBROSE: St. Paul: Hon-
orary Classical: On his ivory
tower in Ou-foo land, "Ambi"
reflects his stay at Loyola. EI
Camino and Loyalist worker,
Frosh elocution winner, C.S.F.
life member,'Sodalist and cle-
bater are a few of his accom-
plishments. He seeks the Medi-
MCGIVERN, BRIAN: St. John the
Evangelist: Classical: Fad-mind-
ed MCG-ivern, wishes, along
with Masta, to become a doc-
tor. 1975: A tall, red-haired
gentleman, carrying a black
case and wearing a coan-skin-
ned coat helps A.M. off his
ivory tower. Who? B.M. of
McNElL, PAT: St. Paul the Apostle:
Honorary Classical: Patrick, a
tennis player, boasts a life
membership in the C.S.F. and
a hot Chevy? He claims to be
the only person who dropped
his "trans" 4 times in one year.
MILCH, TONY: Immaculate Heart
of Mary: Classical: Tony, ace
photographer and pep club
member plans a future in medi-
cal administration. Future: After
numerous experiments in chem.
lab, he finally discovers where
the light switch is.
MILLICH, STEVE: St. Catherine:
Honorary Classical: S.M., C.S.F.
and Hearst contestant, will com-
plete a pre-med course. Then,
with his vast experience, will
become sanitary inspector at
Alan's Rest. Hi lo, Alan.
MOYER, JOHN: Mother of Good
Counsel: Honorary Classical:
Head manager of varsity foot-
ball and baseball. Monogram
Club member John plans to set
up his own hot dog factory to
supply Alan with medically test-
O'NElLL, MICHAEL: Christ the King:
Honorary Classical: Mike, brain
1-2-3-4, lwins gold medals for
itl, Varsity sharpshooter, 4 yr.
Sodalist, and C.S.F. life mem-
ber will engineer at Santa
Clara. After studying calculus,
electronics, molecular and nu-
clear physics and ceramics, he
lost his memory. Too bad, Mike.
OVERLAND, MARK: Cathedral
Chapel: Honorary Classical: So-
dalist Overland, who gives
cheer throughout the year, ran
throughout the year. He will,
after becoming a doctor, apply
for a life membership at Alan's
Rest. He will sit behind O'NeiII.
PRIVETT, JOHN: Cathedral Chapel:
Classical: John, Varsity football
and track 3 years, achieved the
All-Catholic trackman award in
his Junior year. Quite a busy
man around campus, John has
spread his talents to the dra-
matic stage, the Loyalist and
Monogram Club President.
LEY, DENNIS: Immaculate Heart
of Mary: Honorary Classical:
Dennis, 2nd funniest in the
state, Riley has been extremely
active in Oratory, debate, dra-
matics, and C.S.F. Future: After
a distinguished career in poli-
tics lSenator 1978-19841, he
will become co-owner of Alan's
Rest, where only the best jest,
enjoying zest, in Alan's Rest.
SALVATY, BEN: St. Therese: Hon-
orary Classical: C.S.F. life mem-
bed and Sodalist. Ben plans to
follow his father's footsteps and
take law at N.D. '75 sees him
discussing important criminal
cases at Alan's Rest.
SALAZAR, CARLOS: Sacred Heart:
Classical: One of our casualties
was Carlos Salazar, Camera
club, El Camino, and science
club member, who suffered 1st
and 2nd degree burns when a
flashbulb went otf prematurely
as he was photographing dis-
tinguished "personaIities" at
Alan's Rest, where only the best
come to jest, enjoying rest at
SERIC, MICHAEL: Divine Saviour:
Honorary Classical: Sodalist,
Life member, and put the shot-
ter, Mike S. will expand the
diminutive size of Alan's Rest
jformerly a telephone boothl to
the size of the U.S. pavillion at
the Brussels World's Fair.
SHIRLEY, MIKE: St. Martin of
Tours: Classical: Mike, a Vars.
track star, sees his future in
space. He jumped so high in
the Loyola-Mt. Carmel meet that
he catapulted himself into orbit.
Hi lo, Vanguard "Man, is it
cold up here."
STRONKS, GLENN: St. Augustine:
Honorary Classical: EI Camino
Editor G. Stranks, C.S.F. Life
Member and Sodalist caught
batting practice for two years,
made trenchant remarks for
four years, and will engineer
for six years.
WHITLOCK, STEVE: St. Francis
Xavier: Honorary Classical: Var-
sity chucker Steve is a Life
Member in C.S.F. 8: writes the
"Spectator" for Loyalist. As a
farewell to the great class of
1958, he wishes all a Happy
International Geophysical Year.
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