Nazareth Hall High School - Hallmark Yearbook (St Paul, MN)
- Class of 1968
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We dedicate the 1968 Hallmark to the Franciscan Sisters of Our 'Lady of the Angels, who work here
at Nazareth Hall. In a special way, we wish to honor Sr. Pachomia, who after forty years of service to
the students of Nazareth Hall, passed away on May 1, 1968.
In Memorzam I
Sister Paschalia Sister Amarina
Sister Cortona Sister Gottharda
Sister Francis Sister Theotirna Sister Josephine
We feel that the work of the nuns is a story of such great dedication that this tribute is more than de-
served. Six of the eight came to this country from Germany. Two of these, Sr. Cortona and Sr. Gottharda,
came with the original group. Nuns of this order have served in the kitchen, infirmary, and laundry since
the establishment of the school in 1923. Besides the obvious practical assistance they give in various
areas of the school, they present to us all a beautiful example of the meaning of Christian commitment
and love. They have given their whole lives to serving the students and faculty of the school. Since this
is the last year that the nuns will be asked to carry out full duties, we feel that we should show the
gratitude not only of one class, not only of the classes at Nazareth now, but rather the thanks of all
those men who once attended Nazareth Hall. We feel that they all will share our sentiments.
Student Council President
Senior Year means something different to each
person, but we'll always remember this year as
the year of decision and choice and involvement.
As we moved into Senior Year we found new re-
sponsibilities and challenges awaiting us. This
was the year class spirit and class unity really
meant something. We all worked together on the
path, in the play, on the lounge, and the Hallmark.
We brought together our talents to make this year
worthwhile. This year was also a year of growth,
a year of finding ourselves and our role in life.
Nazareth Hall has prepared us for our vocation in
life, whether in the priesthood or not. So with
fond memories we look back on our Senior Year
not only as an end, but also as a beginning . .
Searching . . . grasping . . .
trying to find the truth
through studying and living
each day to its fullest.
Reaching . . . learning . . .
longing for meaning in life,
finding competition, pain and joy
in our lives and in encounters with others.
Discovery . . . meaning . . .
as we form our lives
in patterns and in dreams
achieving in some - failing in others
we learn of life by being students.
Terrence Arthur Hurd
"Terry'? . . . Student Council
President . . . Popular with
the other council members . .
Responsible for class rings
and graduation announce-
ments . . . Remembers first
week in the dorm . . . Another
blossoming track star . . .
"Wait until I get my hands on
thatHurd" . . . Nobel
Conference delegate . . . Mpls.
Richard Adolph Bipes
"Rich" . . . Everyone's
friend in the dorm . . . School
jackets . . . Great job on the
hockey team . . . Loves to
heave the shotput . . . Spends
more time off campus than
on . . . "But, Father, we only
went for a little walk" . . .
Hails from New Brighton.
john Robert Finnegan
"Mr. Sad" . . . all-around
photographer . . . directed the
class-plays . . . big man at
St. Luke's . . . Makes a great
team with Hugo on the
guitars . . . Likes to roll
pennies . . . Caedmon V.P.,
revised the Camera Club . . .
from the big city of St. Paul.
Craig Conrad Comer
"Kummer" . . . Knows St.
Austin's House better than
the architects . . . remembers
the fun in junior year . . .
Thinks tennis is the greatest
thing since roof-tops . . .
His bed is his castle . . .
"Did l sleep through
Religion?" . . .S Cross-country
junior year . . . Hits the slopes
during the winter . . .
Thomas Richard Fleming
"Big Flems' . . . Has a nose
that rivals Charlie's . . .
Student Council Sec-Treas . .
Basketball super-star . . .
MVP at Boy's Club Tour-
nament . . . National Honor
Society original . . .
Thinks Richfield is tops . .
Good on the bass . . .
"The London Fog"
Michael joseph Deeney
"Beaney" . . . Wild and
wicked on the drums . . .
Student Council . . . School
band . . . Remembers the
Regents . . . Official bell
ringer . . . Still one of the
teeney-boppers . . . Member
ex-officio of the basketball
team . . . Contact meeting . .
james William Fremont
"jamie" . . . One of the greats
on the hockey team . . .
Occasionally seen on
campus . . . Big on the
trumpet in the band . . . Acts
well on stage . . . Thinks
Fr. Kittock and Sociology
class are No. 1 . . . likes to
roam with Rich . . . St. Paul.
Philip Aldric Hernick
"Good ol' Phil" . . . Cross-
country super-star? . . . Worked
hard with jay on the Senior
Dorm Lounge . . . One of the
immortal pot boys . . . Still a
Boy Scout at heart . . .
Remembers the fights with
last year's Sixth Year . . .
lame s Michael Hugo
"Victor" . . . Quiet, studious
this year . . . Comer's cohort
in adventure last year . . .
Thinks he's top guitarist . . .
good voice . . . Lead singer
in Senior Class play . . .
"Wait until I tell Norma" . .
Another tennis player . . .
john Gregory Hodgson
"Jack" . . . Senior Class
artist . . . Gives the student
barbershop a run for its
money . . . Self-fancied music
connoisseur . . . has a pipe
for every day of the week . . .
Swimming lesson in the tower
junior year . . . Mpls.
Paul Albert Jaroszeski
"Pollack" . . . One half of
the dynamic duo . . . 42 . . .
Producer of the Senior Class
play. . . Hard worker . . .
"Do you have any food?" . .
hangs around with "Ol-san" .
Another music lover . . .
Straight from the Polish ghetto
of the Nordeast . . . an
Daniel Owen Horwath
"Dan" . . . vividly recalls the
episodes in the elevator . . .
thinks the Far-Eastern
Religions have plenty to
offer. . . "Quit looking down
your nose at me" . . . "A
very fine prep schooll' . . .
Handball player and
philosopher . . . from St. Paul
Kevin Edward Johnson
"Kev" . . . Photography
coordinator for the Hallmark.
conceived" . . . ReIn6rI1bCrS
the fun at the track meets . .
Our conception of the ideal
seminarian . . . Loves Fr.
Cullen and French class . . .
Student Council V.P. junior
year . . . St. Paul.
Thomas Kevin Klein
Paul Edward Joyce "Colonel" . . . Top cross- Gregory joseph Knoblaugh
Remembers last years locker COUUUY runner - - - Senior "Knobby" . . . Big brother to
'raids . . . Aims straight and Class SCC.:-Tres - - - Hdllniarle the juniors in the dorm . . .
sure on the pool table . . . Wofkef - - - O09 Oiiifhe YCUQIS' Basketball hotshot . . . Goalie
Thinks classes are trivial . . . ball Allstars - - - yyskevltzv for tennis-ball All-Stars . . .
One of the few members of Yfm 5fuP1d Pollafk - - - "Didn't open another book
the Camera Club with a Nice SUY Z - - H3115 fiom tonight" . . . Spends more
camera . . . Youth group and Mahmmedl - - - Where S thai? time in that telephone
CYC . . . Contact meeting . . . booth . . . National Honor
Oldest of the Seniors . . . Society . . . Tried his hand
Pole-vaulter . . . St. Paul. at pole-vaulting . . . So. Mpls.
Edward Peter Kriegl er
Thom G K "Eddy" . . . Basketball team I
,, ,, as regory ramer, manager . . . another tennis- Randall james L'All1er
TigK'k 'iiaiiFma1!2'Hmade lt ball All-Star . . . hard worker . . . uDo1Phn u i i Known for his
it as et ' ' ii if guys' Triple crown bowler . . . Thinks Witty humor i i D Pampers his
nglfilot smlgglfoxs tale in giqls af? the greatest ' ' ' guitar . . . Hockey team . . .
arounii. . Hlim 8 Waiiigusig Tried his-hand at track . Digs his MG i i l will always
A I W i - -' ' ' H15 bark is Worse, than his remember his snag in the food
nother National Honor Society bite A D I St. pauhte. Th. k h ,
original . . . Wouldn't hurt a lociierf ' ' ' m ii ii S? h
flea . . . Hard worker on the i?IciiZO::?og,', ' R yisiplils or t e
Student Council . . . Junior
dorm prefect . . . St. Paul.
Stephen Edward Malone
"Boomer" . . . Basketball
star . . . "Didn't do any home-
work again tonight" . . . Big
time hustler . . . Man of big
dreams . . . Thinks he's Dean
Chance . . . Last seen in the
company of a potato chip
bag . . . Music Appreciation
Intellectual . . . Natural-born
comedian . . . From So. Mpls-
Gary Charles Myskevitz
"You stupid Pollack" . . .
One half of that great Polish
team . . . Loves to study . . .
World's greatest Procrasti-
nator . . . Good on the hand-
ball courts . . . Seen beating
up Klein or Nau . . . From way
out there in the sticks . . .
P.F., "Dit, Dit" . . . Camera
Club constitution and
Sec-Tres . . . Excelsior.
Joseph John Masanz
"Buddha" . . . Thinks Ramblers
are the best cars made . . .
Really enjoys Physics
class . . . Youth group . . .
Cross-country and track . . .
Usually trying to get that ink
factory dirt off his hands . . .
One-half the famed Masanz
brothers around Har-Mar . . .
Dale Michael Nau
"Oh Sad" . . . Make-up
man . . . Makes a good hand-
ball team with Myskevitz . . .
Another National Honor Society
member . . . Granny
Blackwood . . . "wild-eyed
liberal" . . . Mpls.
Mark Albert Mattaini
"Good Swimmer" . . .
Remembers the episode in the
tower . . . Hallmark editor . . .
Dorm Prefect . . . "Everybody
hates me" . . . Class smarty-
pants . . . Finally made it into
the National Honor Society . . .
Nobel Conference . . . guitar
and camera . . . "I'd walk a
mile for a Camel" . . . Deephave
Stephen Albert Nimis
Senior Class President ., . .
Mr. Money for the Hallmark . . .
Supplies the class with casual
reading material . . . Vaguely
remembers his night in the
dorm . . . Has his hands in
everything . . . Tried track
this year . . . St. Paul.
john Paul Thompson
Richard Neil 01500 "Stoker" . . . Hockey team
H01-San,, K h, star . . . Another tennis-ball
musi ' . Hogs is All-Star . . . Glutton for
. C ' ' ' eslgne and punishment in the dorm . . .
painted the Pro Set for the Charlie's crown of thorns
Senior Class Play ' ' ' Roams "l'm groovin" Thinks' i
ge 1132151 WH: laroszeski . . . sophomore girls are great . .
.oesn t ff t e world bug National Honor Society . . .
him . . . member of the corrupt New Brighton'
ring of smokers . . . National
Honor Society . . . No. St. Paul.
Steph en Francis Wagner
Still believes in flying
saucers . . . "Steve, quit
studying" . . . Astronomy
bug . . . A budding genius . .
Does a lot of Photography . .
National Honor Society . . .
Hails from. the big tough
town of Jordan.
Daniel Allen Westmoreland
"Westy" . . . Basketball hot-
dog . . . Remembers his summer
job and all the "Herbies" . . .
Seen around that famous
telephone booth . . . Big
brother to boarding Frosh and
Sophs . . . Rev. Blackwood . . .
Hangs around Stillwater.
J ay Francis Tracy
"Simple" . . . Promising track
afld CI'OSS'COUl'ltI'y Stal' . . .
Worked hard on the lounge .
Basketball cheerleader . . .
"Dah" . . . Does his home-
work . . . Likes Physics and
Math . . . St. Paul.
Frank Leo Woolsey
"Scooter" . . . Basketball
great . . . Canit remember
season without an injury .
"Mr, Popcorn Man" in the
Hallmark room . Fell fo
Sophomore . . . tennis-ball
All-Star . . . golf nut . . .
Joseph Forcelle, George Funkhouser, David
Times for beginning -
the moments of learning,
meeting each other
CL-RJ Gerald Dvorak, Brice Beckman, Charles for the fifst time,
Fastner, Peter Erickson
getting involved in life
together, hands and hearts
and minds open to
the work of living.
Thomas Gryskiewicz, Kevin Gleason, Michael
Johnson, Kenneth Heroff
Steven Kaiser, Robert Kujawa, Gary LaValley
Gregory Miller, Raymond Mosberger
Times to continue -
continue to learn
of man and his actions
of God and His people
Kevin Robinette, Timothy Mullaney, Brian
Rademacher, John Pflugi
of sentences and conjugation
the never-ending story
of who we are
and what We will be.
James Sewald, Michael Skluzacek, Gerard
William Wallin, Kevin Tiffany, David
Wratkowski, Michael Turbes-
Times to continue -
as leaders, as seekers,
involved in our schoolwork,
experiences of the past,
new ones yet to come,
workers on the Tunnel,
and Speech Contest orators.
QL-RJ Gregory Belstler, Craig Allard, Thomas Blees
George Cassidy, Michael Ciernia, james
Leonard Erickson, William Dunaski, Richard
Times for beginnings -
look forward past the year
past the moments
remembering that times
don't end with
a Class bell
a study day
a school year
but fly within us
or without us.
Thomas Kartes, Robert Korf, Edward Kordiak
CL-RD Mark Iuettner, Michael Kartes
james LaDouceur, Michael Magne, Timothy
Michael Morris, Thomas McGlynn, Joseph
Robert Rosier, Thomas Quinlan, Patrick
Murphy Cstandingj, Andrew O'Brien
'Daniel Squires, Paul Severson, Terry Stoll
Steven Watters, Timothy Witzmann, Gregory
Times for iiving and learning -
Times for fun and work -
hootenannies on the island
window washing and food crew
dorm parties in the evening
speeches and band instruments
plays and learning of molecules
movies and speaking in French.
KL- RJ John Bauer, Tifn Sawina, Greg Ilenderson,Gil
Dave Rozek, Larry Mader, Tom Krenik
John Swanson, Steve Marincel Cstandingj,
Jeff Kintop, Jan Joncas
Doug Kennedy, Greg Kroiss, Greg Felling,
Tom D. John son
Ed Cassidy, Dave Novak, Tom L. Johnson,
Tom Joyce, Steve Beto, Mark Kernan
Tim Morin, Mark Welch, Marry Speltz, Marc
Tgm Trudeau, Chuck Wagner, jim Saumweber,
Don Piche fsearedl
Dave Cgnway, Par Byrne, Paul Douglass
A long year - short year
some parts so clear
some fading already
into the days and days
that come and go again -
A long year - short year
measured not in minutes
or in snapshots and fading
but in remembrances
of things to come.
Ed Howard, Steve Ditty, Tom E. Iohnson,
Joe Van Slyke
Pete Fasmer, Tony Kielkucki, Steve
jim Smieja, Greg Hell, Keith Warrick
College Forum Presidenl
The Sixth Year - a class with warmth,
humor, dedication, concern, and awareness -
deeply involved in all phases of school life.
We spread out into parishes and schools, as
well as teaching C.C.D. and providing music
for the liturgy.
Our time at Nazareth Hall has come to
an end, it has been a fruitful time with many
hopes already fulfilled. As we move
out into different directions, we shall not
forget all that we have learned, the bonds of
friendship we have developed. This experience
will remain with us.
Michael joseph Wolff
"Wolffy" . . . CCD . . .
CYC . . . College Forum
Pres . . . Sixth year Pres . . .
"Hey, Wolff, do you really go
to school here? . . . "What do
you mean, what am I doing on
the grounds?" . . . Favorite
song "We Gotta Get Out Of
this Place" . . . "No, my nos
is just a silly millimeter
longer" . . . Mpls.
James Edward Bl ees
Kevin Isidore Clinton
"I'll show you rookies how to
milk a cow" . . . Librarian . . .
Tunnel advisor . . . CCD at
"Lurch" . . . "Anybody for Transfiguration . . . "Honestly,l
V the truck stop?" . . . Apostolic kids, I really am in college" . . .
Ronald john Baregi Committee . . . Tough judge in Hopes to get into Curia . . .
KK 77 - , The Andersonuille Trial . . . Delegate to Nobel N
The Mlgutgle Mgifigaz Hall S Hockey Star??? . . . CCD at Conference , , , Swings in
answer 0 ' ' ' St. Tim's . . . Digs Sr. Madison Lake.
Drama, Athlete of the Year, Millie ,.Hey guys how,s
Envoy to OLP,S Senior the weather down there?" . . .
Class ' - - "HW Somebody North sf Paul
check my golden vocal ' '
chords" . . . "Ding Dong,
where's Pip?" . . . East St. Paul.
George Thomas Courchane
"Gorge" . . . Heads the now
Spoon" . . . "Oh, no,'not
another case of food
poisoning" . . . CCD at St.
Odilia's . . . "Those kids are
trying to kill me" . . .
Caedmon, Basketball star . .
"Am I supposed to dribble?"
Daniel John Dudon
"Dahoyan" . . . Hangs out at
Carbonies' . . . Delegate to
Northeast . . . "Da, that's
in Mpls." . . . Always
smiling . . . Greek was his
favorite subject . . . the man
who corrupted Lloyd . . .
Chief Sacristan . . . "Doesn't
anyone want to serve?" . . .
Richard Earl Cunningham Jr. Dennis Keith Dempsey
Pres. of Caedmon Society . .
The Andersonville Trial. . .
"A question of conscience". . .
Sixth year Vice-Pres . . .
Guitar plucker . . . "Which
"Dumps" . . . Infirmarian . . .
"I think I'll have to
operate" . . . Thinks he knows
how to play basketball . . .
"Hand me that 300 lb.
end dOIP1ay?,, . . . Winner of weight" . . . likes to eat . . .
Tony Mike look-alike contest . . . Ladies, man - - - Hrraught
German scholar . . . "God" . Shields evefwhing he
Holy Spirit in St, paul. knows" . . . St. He1ena's.
Thomas Patrick Galligan
Thomas Parnell Gilsenan
"Milligan" . . . Football coach "Gils" . . . Did much for
of that great sixth year team .
"Come on you knuckleheadsn
Hockey . . . Came last year
from St. Thomas . . . "When
can we have that beer
bust?" . . . Favorite subject
was Latin . . . "Quid est?".
a St. Paul boy . . . First to
College Forum . . . Was in
concession business . . .
"What, did I get a letter from
a guy?". . . Had own mailbag
for deliveries . . . History
seminar group . . . "Just
another Apostolic Activity" . .
Parents just moved to
Stephen William Heininger
"Swan", . . Caedmon. . .
Pool shark . . . "Leda and me"
Took Mr. A's wrestling belt
away fafter alterationsj . . .
"Anybody got a cancer-free
ciggie?" . . . four year veteran
of the Hall . . . St Agnes'
Lawrence Patrick Johnson
"Larence" . . . "Name me
the English kings chrono-
logically" . . . "Henry Wirtz"
Directed Murder in tbe
Cathedral. . .General Trivia
King . . . College Forum
Parliamentarian . . . "Do you
smell incense burning?" . . .
"Scratch the surface, you get
more surface" . . . Writes for
the Tower . . . St. Paul.
John Michael Hofstede
"Nordeast is where it's at" . . .
Caedmon set design . . . "Jack"
History seminar . . . Loves the
classics . . . Talented with a
guitar . . . Chief goal is to see
Tim Zinda swallow a lighted
cigarette . . . St. Anthony's.
Paul Jerome Johnson
"Paulson" . . . Leader of the
outside work crew gang" . . .
"Pile those branches over
there" . . . "Gee. Father Grant
is one swell guy" . . . Addicted
to studies . . . Liked Naz
so much he stuck around to
work last summer . . .
St. joan of Arc .
Lloyd Frank jan ski
Man of many hidden talents . .
secretly wants to be a cook . .
"ls that four pound roast
ready yet?" . . . "Pass the
jello, I've got a heavy one
tonight" . . . The man with the
swinging color combinations . .
"Hey, look at my new orange
socks" . . . Comes from action
James Arnold Leitner
Tower editor . . . "Where the -
are all the articles?" . . .
Unicef Fund Drive . . . "What
did you say about the Tower'
being sued for libel ?" . . .
Bridge player . . . "Ishmael" .
"Non multiplicandon . . . Bar-
none Ranch . . . St. Paul .
Patrick james Lynch
Quiet? . . . Reserved? . . .
typical seminarian . . . CCD
teacher , , , Hockey goalie . . .
"Hey, man, watch where you
put that puck" . . . Ardent
math student . . . "he is so
suave he thought English
Leather was a shoe" . . .
Milwaukee freedom marcher . .
St. Paul is where he happens.
James Patrick O'Connor
School driver Cone of the
manyl . . . Basketball star . . .
"Lew Alcindor, never heard of
him" . . . Allergic to
study . . . CCD teacher . . .
If you are quiet, you can hear
his-beard grow . . . "Beaker"
"Oaks" . . . Arden Hills .
Anthony John Mike
"Leb" . . . Naz Hall delegate
from Lebanon . . . likes art
and music . . . CCD teacher . . .
"Boy, do I ever like school" .... .
"Catholic U"? . . . "Do we have to
go home this weekend" . . .
"Oh storp it" . . . Eastern rite
Timothy Sean O'Malley
"Sean" . . . B team hockey
coach . . . CCD at St.
Tim's . . . "class shmuk" .
"Anybody want to go
sailing" . . . "Anybody got
any money?" . . . Digs Dr.
Connell almost as much as
Fr. Conroy . . . One of
"Barry's Boys" . . . Class
reactionary . . . from Mpls.
Robert John Mraz
"Bob" . . . Milks the cows
down Glencoe way . . . "Don't
forget you got porter duty,
stupid" . . . Motorcycle
Scrambler - - . "Doesn't anyone
in the class want to order a
cassock?" . . . CCD at
Transfiguration . . . "What do
you mean 'heresy'?"
Donald Edward Pazdernik
"Paz" . . . Loves to eat
candy and read books . . .
always gets his work done
early . . . Pool is his
game . . 2 Librarian . . .
Thomas a Becker in Murder
in the Cathedral. . . Worked
at Naz last summer . . .
St. Paul is home ,
Robert Paul Sather
"Sath" . . . Studious . . .
Suave . . . Contemplative . . .
Can be found either in lavora-
tory or T.V. room . . . Can tell
his laugh a mile away . . .
CCD teacher . . . In charge of
office duty . . . "Yup, you've
got office duty first
period" . . . Hangs out at
Valli Pizza . . . "Mitby" .
Our Lady of Victory.
Patrick Edward Shields
Jos eph Bernard Schep ers
"Shopples" . . . Rip Van
Winkle of the Sixth Year . . .
pretends he is awake . . .
Hockey . . . CCD . . . "What
day is it?" . . . "Are we
going to Uncle John's
again?" . . . Likes
German . . . North St. Paul.
James Daniel Sullivan
"Howdy" . . . Likes to play "Dan" . . . CCD teacher . . .
guitars, compose music . . . likes all sports . . . Baby
Hockey and football star . . . face . . . "I've been here one
CCD . . . Came here last whole dayg when do we go
year from Hill . . . Another home?" . . . Frequent patron
one of those German of Uncle john's . . . Nordeast
scholars . . . St. Paul. is the greatest.
Jeffrey Craig Schultz
"Heir Schultz" . . . Set the
record for non-stop
sleeping . . . Anchors
Away . . . Chain Smoker . . .
CCD . . . Went through cars
like Zsa Zsa goes through
husbands . . . "What do
you mean, you never heard of
John Gerard Sullivan
"Silly" . . . CCD teacher . . .
College Forum Secretary . . .
"Don't worry, Wolff, I'll get N
the minutes out" . . . Likes '
to eat out .H . . His studies
have been corrupted . . .
Wears a variety of ties to l
dinner . . . Mpls,
james Gay Varpness
"Varp" . . . CCD . . .
Anybody want to buy a
Corvair? . . . "What do you
mean I laugh funny?" . . .
Keeps a very neat room . . .
"Anyone seen my desk?" . .
Tower business manager . . .
Caedmon make-up . . . Mpls.
Michael Patrick Wandmacher
"Duke" . . . Originally from
Cretin . . . CCD . . . Now
trying his luck out in the cold,
cruel world . . . good student . . .
Smoking helps to build strong
bodies twelve Ways . . .
"Where should we go
tonight?" . . . Works at the
Cathedral for kicks . . . Makes
his home in St. Paul.
Jerome Bruce Wilczyk
"Bruce" . . . He and Blees
are keepers of the keys . . .
"Time to lead morning prayer,
Jer" . . . "How come I'm the
only college guy that ever goes
into the chapel?" . . . Owns a
sharp Mustang . . . "Let's go
to Roadside" . . . Teacher of
CCD . . . Sixth Year class
Sec-Tres . . . Multi-talented . . .
Thinks Latin is fun . . . Another
former Cretinite . . . St. Paul.
Timothy Joseph Wozniak Timothy Mathias Zinda
"Woz" . . . Toughest- pulling "Professor" . . . 'IAnyone
guard around . . . Star of home- got a light??' . . . liavorite re-
coming game . . . "No, I haven't cord, "Smoke gets 1n Your
got shoulder pads ong these Eyes" . . . Hangs out at Truck
are my shoulders" . . . German Stop . . . Would give anything
whiz . . . Hangs out at Road- to be a professional Latin
side . . . There is nothing student. . . "I passed" . . .
like a Lark . . . Ex-Benilden, CCD . . . Mpls.
hails from St. Louis Park.
Dunrovin - and a twenty-eight man team
bonded together working toward our goals
which Nazareth established.
Our class had a broomball team, a C.C..D.,
corps, a Mr. Holm, two barbers, four
motorcycles, a bass-fiddle, a producer, six
guitar players, two sacristans, an orator, a
bookstore, two speech coaches, one truck,
one athletic director, and three new ulms.
But now as college years at Nazareth
close, We proudly look back on all we have
done and enthusiastically look forward to all
that we are about to do as friends that have
Dick Kraft, Greg Morrissey, Jim McCarthy,
KL-RD Bob Dolezal, Ray St. Louis, jim Winterer,
Tom Beckey, Jim White, Joe Gryskiewicz,
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Dean of Studies
Fr. Edward Kohler . . . Assistant
Principal . . . revamped college program . .
C.F.M. Assistant National Chaplain . . .
finally hung up skates this year?? . . avid
Footsteps! Footsteps! There is a long road that each
person must travel. It is the path from childhood through
adolescence to adulthood. When WC were Children We did
the things of a child but now we must advance to the
more important tasks of adulthood. It is a tough task but
one that can be very rewarding and satisfying. Others
have spent their lives helping to create and form the
footsteps of the path we will take. This is the work of
our parents and teachers.
Along with the veterans from last year there are some
new faces in the persons of Mr. Nelson, Mr. Holm, Mrs.
Heil, Mrs. J. Nelson, Mr. Seidel, and Mr. Schloesser. And
no one can forget the Work that is done for the school and
us by the secretarial staff, the bookkeeper, the nuns, the
cooks, the janitorial staff, and the carpenters. Although
we don't always remember them, we do appreciate their
service and help. We owe them all a lot of thanks.
Msgr. Richard Moudry . . . Principal . . . President of
Priests' Senate . . . calm leadership in a time of change. .
open and affable . . . 4-4-4 committee . . . 'liust
Father" . . . evening walks and a trail of smoke . . .
reader of the Wanderer and NCR . . .
moderator of the Junior Class Play . . .
Chairman of recently completed self-study
of the school . . . cried at Mary Poppins . .
"Down Animals" . . . The dart
Deans of Students
The deans are a dynamic force in our
lives. They are the ones most responsible
for our personal growth during our stay at
Nazareth Hall. The rules and regulations
they set up are guidelines by which we
can direct our lives. Whether in the dorms
or in study hall, the deans have a tough
job that demands our respect and co-op-
eration. The deans are warm and friendly
and always willing to listen to what we
have to say. Without them we could not
have come as far as we have. To them we
owe some of the credit for making this
year as successful as it was.
Fr. John Forliti . . . Dean of Senior High
School . . . JEF is his trademark . . .
evening theology school . . . extra time on
the Hallmark . . . Saturday morning Mass. . .
conferences and gold cards . . . High School
religion courses . . . Varsity hockey team
coach . . . Sixth Year history
Fr. Francis Kittock. . .Adminstrator of St. Austin's
Dean of the day school . . ,. "top-notch" history and
sociology courses ., . . strong advocate of liberal arts .
M.A. at St. Thomas . . . "basically" . . . "Come on
up and see the old man sometime"
Fr. Bernard Brand. . . Dean of College . . . Algebra
and Advanced Math . . . "moving right along" . . .
Bahama beach boy . . . "number next one" . . .
Baiinard . . . the gang . . . pushing hard for his M.A.
in Math . . . works with the golf team . . . night math
seminars at St. Austin's.
Seek some good man who will
alliwords of advice.
St. Francis de Sales
Fr. Daniel Moga . . . M.A. in counseling from St. Thomas . . .
"Keep the faith, baby" . . . door is always open . . . hockey
hotshot . . MCI tests . . , liberal. . . one of the frequent
faculty walkers . . . member of the Priest's Senate . . . pottery,
icons and paintings . . . all-around sportsman
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Fr. Richard Roedel . . . took over counseling position at St. Austin's .
says that he is going to quit smoking, but . . . coached B.B. team to a
runner-up spot at Boys' Club . . . "What do you guys think you are doing
out there!" . . . well respected on the handball courts . . . Infirmary
guide youf this is the greatest of
Fr. Walter Cullen. . . well-traveled and well-
versed . . . "And when you go to Europe" . . .
master of the thinking English class . . . moderator
of the Tower. . . keeps in shape by running . . .
French II. . . "Monsieur Propre" . . . easy to just
Fr. Thomas Conroy . . . likes to have his
picture taken . . . Archdiocesan Liturgical
Committee . . . "heads will roll" . . . well
read. . . bark is worse than his bite . . .
teaches a current and interesting Religion
class . . . self-styled humorist
Mr. Thomas Daly . . . American and World History . . . known by the
car he drives . . . "I'm a moderate independent" . . . only faculty mem-
ber in the National Honor Society . . . has a pen pal named Suzy
Gluts . . . active in CYC Contact work . . . St. Iohn's University
graduate . . . devoted to mother, apple pie and the flag . . . "Old Massah
Fr. Kenneth Ludescher . . . moved to
Assistant College Dean position this year .
Biology I . . . Camera Club Moderator . . .
planaria and DNA . . . "Holy Cow" , . , big
load of classes at the "U" . . . Cool Hand
Luke. . . Delano Hawk . . . fish tanks and
Fr. Charles Grant . . . babysits as senior dorm dean . . . snowmobile
champ of Nazareth Hall . . . quick and rough Physics class. . . "jesus
will still love you" . . . Art Workshop with Mrs. Dougherty . . . head of
grounds clean-up gang . . . Sophomore geometry . . . do-it-yourselfer. ..
To discover and to teach are
distinct functions: they are also distinct
gifts, and are not commonly found united
in the same person.
Fr. Paul Mohrbacher . . . "Yeah" . . . cracks a
tough Latin IV and Greek class . . . Student Council
Moderator . . . Classical Heritage Program at the
"U" . . . works well on skis . . . uveterator est" . . .
Speech Team coach . . . Caedmon Society . . . muscle
man on the third floor . . . "I'd like to see the
following people" , . . "Moths"
lrlr. Paul Holm . . . Chemistry with the Juniors
and Fifth Year. . . "the proverbial beaver" . . .
known for his corncob pipe . . . "Sherlock" . . .
Fr. Robert Nygaarcl . . . "home away from home" for the natural actor . . . thinks Tim Morin is a promising
Freshman and Sophomore boarders . . . avid broomballer and chemist . . . "tough luck, Charliel'
hockey man . . . weekend skier. . . M.A. from St. Paul Sem.
and Marquette . . . Assistant Dean of Day School . . . cracker-
jack college English course . . . Tower. . . "Bubbles"
Mr. Richard Nelson . . . "Bene, bene" . . . Johnny U's look
alike . . . knows the taxis and hot spots in Brainard . . . "Ya
don't doo it" . . . "Spike" . . . student chauffeur. . . graduated
from Crosier. . . "Is that right, Al" . . . Phy. Ed, at St.
Austin's . . . Latin with a classical twist
Fr. Edward Gleason . . . St.
Austin's Admissions committee . .
fast with his yardstick . . . bring
man softball team . . . administers
all major tests' . . . picks out all
the donks . . . at Nazareth Hall for
32 years . . . Keeps Freshmen and
Juniors on their toes in Algebra
toys . . . all-star pitcher for Fresh-
Fr. Donald Rubertus . . . Music Man at Naz . . . really works
hard as track and cross-country coach . . . added Music
Appreciation to the curriculum . . . has a joke for any
occasion . . . band moderator . . . from Beethoven to Ian . . .
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir and food services .. . . "Fr. Rubertusk"
Mrs. James Anderson - librarian, and Mrs. Richard
Courtney - clerk-typist for the library- . . overhaul
of the library . . . new reading room . . . always ready
Mrs. Richard Heil . . . German three
times a week in the Library reading room
with the faithful five . . . "ein rendevous"
Mrs. Janine Nelson.. .Junior
French . . . thinks de Gaulle is
great . . . "bon" . . . strict and
busy class . . . crazy about tapes
and dialogues . . . "my boys look
Mr. Joseph Schloes ser
Mr. Stephen Seidel . . .
Dr. Mohamed Ali Selim . . .
Mr. Dale Rott . . . Speech
Dr. Richard Connell . . .
Mrs. Susan Dougherty . . . Arr
Sister Francis Joseph Shukay
. . . Art
CL-R5 Mr. ,Leo Morin, bookeeper, Mrs. John Roed,
Mrs. John johnson, Mrs. Donald Chipman, secretaries
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Mrs. Marie Dalldorf . .
Secretary at St. Austin's
Miss Margaret Dolney . .
Secretary at Nazareth
Hall for 6 years . . .
forced to be absent
because of illness.
CL-Rl St. Austin's House Cooks . . .
Mrs. James Melberg, Mrs. Eugene Arnundson,
Mrs. Margaret Crisham, Mrs. Albert Jung
QL-RJ Mr, A1 Lexcen, maintenance, Mr. Louie Raehsler, carpenter,
Mr. Emil Beaumont, maintenance, Mr. Jake Leier, carpenter,
Mr. Norris Priddy, maintenance, not shown Mr. Bob Zollman QL-RH Mr, Andrei Daciuk, Mr, John Strong , cooks
New faces . . . new people . . . new experiences . . .
a chance to find . . . a chance to get involved . . . a
chance to love . . . but most of all, a chance to live
each day with the vigor and vibrant excitement needed
in our world today.
The past year has offered many opportunities for
all these experiences. We've had a chance to reflect
ourselves in others, to become aware of otherls unique-
ness and of our own.
We must grow daily through our experiences to begin
to find our place, and find our identity in todayls world.
To be able to open up to all people, everywhere,
through relationships with others, through classes,
walks, study halls, talks, sharing rooms and dorms,
eating together, working . . . it's all a part of life . .
of involvement . . . of the past year . . . of now.
"Involvement with people is always a very delicate thing - it
requires real maturity to become involved and not get
all messed up. "
Bernard Cooke S. j.
The sun sets every night
bringing us to the close of one
dayg a day which we could have
made friends or had experiences
well worth remembering. Each day
can be an encounter with someone
or something new . . . but this
encounter will only be profitable
if we wish to receive it.
"Sorry, I'm campused. "
There was much discussion
this past year concerning the
newly innovated 4-4-4 seminary
system. This would allow for the
high school to continue on at
Nazareth, while the college will
be moved to the campus of St.
Thomas, with the students boarding
at nearby Loras Hall on the campus
of the Major Seminary. The last
four years of training will remain
at the Major Seminary.
Response to knowledge.
To achieve a sense of others is not something
that is inherited or giveng it is something learned
and acquired through years of experience and
encounter. To permeate through the walls, the
obstacles that people too often construct, a certain
skill is needed. Those who've had more years of
experience can help us, still searching for ways
and methods of personal encounter with people.
Our faculty and parents have helped lessen the
stress of maturing, and choosing, by imparting their
knowledge, their love, and their experiences to us.
Through their guidance and help We've been able
to accept, reach, and grow into young, aware and
"lt was a good day until . . "
Gro wth through lnvolvemen
Ifsznort that bad. Z'
"Close only counts in
Whether it's enjoying a Spring afternoon
on Nazareth Hall's beautiful campus,
casually looking over the selection in the
reading room or discussing the perennial beef
about the food program, the student life here
at Naz is diverse and interesting. It ranges
from horseshoes to horsepower and a little
l imagination goes a long way.
"This is the Pascal Lamb . .
While "study hall atmosphere" didn't
prevail at all times, working and
living together was an opportunity for
learning to live and grow in a
Christian community, Whether
experiencing the annual Paschal
Supper, daily classes or just plain
Naz Ha1l's original Op-artist, Don Picheg
r U 'il
"Biology with Luke."
john Swan son
Don Piche, Tom Trudeau, Steve Ditty, Iim Saumwel
Chuck Wagner fforegroundj
To know ourselves we must be
open and truthfulg to see what we
really are, we need friends: people to
show us who and what we are . . . to
reflect us back to ourselves. The
community here at "Naz" gives each
of us the opportunity to do just this.
To begin to see ourselves through
other people is a sign of acceptance
and identity. Every day we spend
with each of our friends gives us a
chance to discover a new, maybe
hidden trait . . a new part of us.
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"Succatash, succatash, succatash rum
All for 'Naz Hall' stand up and hum.
"Breaking boxes in a one story world."
I opened myself' to the whole universe
and found it was lovin! . . . "
"There's no place like h0me?'
To share. . . to give. . . to meet . . . to encoun-
ter and again to grow. We learn something
new every day we live. The best thing we can
do is to relate what we've learned to others.
Some students do this through the C.C.D.
classes, some through contact with new people
and some just by knowing each other. In each
case we meet people who share the same times,
problems and challenges of "now",
To know ourselves is a big step in growing up, but to accept what we've discovered and
BE what we ARE is just as important. For some of us the struggle was long and hard,
for others, short and smooth. But however long or short we all came to realize that
there is a world awaiting usg not a small and uncomplicated world, but a world that
involves our whole persons so completely and wholly that we must be prepared to
meet it and make it what we want it to be. This past year may have been the last
for us to think about our future, now we have to approach it, and hopefully
approach it with the confidence and the hope that our lives will truly be lives
pf Constant awareness of others, constant Contact with
people and constant Growth through
Searching. . . finding. . . learning. . . growing. . .
living. That is our role, now, and every day of
We will encounter people, people who are
alive, who act, think, who Want to be happy.
We must be able to adjust to each individual we
meet, to live our lives in a way that helps others
to live. To do this by oneself is not possible.
Each of us will have to cooperate with others
all of our lives. This past year has given us
many opportunities to learn how to Work, play,
to live together-sports, plays, speech teams,
student council. All of them needed the coop-
eration of individuals in order to function. All
of us need each other in order to live. If, through
this year, we have advanced even a little toward
this goal, this one way of life, then we have
gained a great deal as human beings living in a
world of other human beings.
Solving Naz Hall's problems, the High School Student Council members are: Ed Cassidy,
Dave Novak fViCe-Presidentl, Tom Kramer, Mike Deeney, Terry Hurd Cpresidentj, Greg
Henderson, Tim Sawina, and Tom Fleming fSecretary-Treasurerb.
The Nazareth Hall Student
Council started to show its im-
portance to the members of the
High School early in the first
quarter. Guided by Fr. Paul
Mohrbacher, the council con-
ducted activities such as a
city-wide high school gathering,
and sponsored school rings and
school jackets. Also as a mem-
ber of the Minnesota Association
of Student Councils, the Council
members were invited to con-
ventions and symposiums at
places like Denfeld High
School in Duluth and Benilde
in St. Louis Park.
The College Forum entered
its second year with Mike Wolff
as president, Griff Wigley as
vice-president, and john
Sullivan as secretary-treasurer.
The College Forum, working
with all the college students,
approved the constitution and
scheduled activities for college
weekends. The Forum arranged
the printing of a student clirec-
tory, acquired a water cooler
in the college corridor, and
during Lent, contributed the
money from one of their meals
to the poor children in India.
Student and faculty cooperation
helped to make the Forum a
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Mike Wolff fsranding at leftb, nresident of the College Forum, leadS th6lm6mbC1'S Of
l a relevant QD question.
its Committees as they vote almost unanimous y on
The National Honor Society of
Nazareth Hall had its second induc-
tion on Jan. 18. On that day Mayor
Thomas Byrne with Mr. Daly and Msgr.
Moudry received 15 new members into
the Society, seven Seniors and eight
Juniors. Although the Society is in its
second year this is the first year it
has been organized. After the induction,
Mr. Daley, the moderator, called for an
election meeting. At this meeting Tom
Fleming was elected president, Tim
Sawina vice-president, John Bauer
secretary, and Greg Henderson treasurer.
The Society this year intends to become
an active group that will promote the
scholastic improvement of the school
and the intellectual betterment of the
Mayof Tlwmas Byrne of St. Paul Cseatedj listens as Thomas Daly, National Hon
Society Moderator fffom lefrb, addresses the students at the NHS awards ceremo
in January. Members of the society pictured are: Cl. to r.D Greg Felling, John
Bauer, Rich Bipes, Greg Henderson, Greg Knoblauch, Jan joncas, Qoug Kenned-
Steve MHHHCC1- Nor pictured: john Thompson, and Tim Sawina, Tom
Kramer, Tom Fleming, Mark Mattaini, Dale Nau, Rich Olson, and Steve Wagner.
The last college Tower staff meets
in the staff room. Cl. to r., seatedj
jim Leitner, Greg Weyandt, lim
Varpness, Cstandingl Dennis Demp-
sey, john Stangl, Tom Chapple, Tom
Gilsenan, and George Courchane.
The Hallmark staff takes a break
between pasting and cropping pic-
tures in their Ncubby-hole". Cl. to r.
seated! Rich Bipes, Fr. Forliti
fmoderatod, Scooter Woolsey.
fStandingD Tom Klein, Steve Nimis,
Mark Mattaini Ceditorj, Kevin
johnson, Gary Myskevitz, and Mike
The Tower, Tunnel, and
Hallmark provide an excellent
opportunity for the staff mem-
bers to gain some experience
in journalism. Their work is
not easy but it is very satis-
fying when the job is completed
and the finished product is
printed. Most of the work is
done by the students them-
selves, but without the help
of the faculty moderators to
round out the rough edges, the
papers and yearbook could
not be published.
The Tunnel goes to press for the second year, with the help of: Cstandingb
J. Sewald, P. Feela, T. Haselman, J. Marthaler, W. Wallin, fseatedj
fChief Editorl, and W. Hedrick.
The Caedmon Society performed two
plays this year. The fall play, The
Andersomfille Trial, written by Saul
Levitt, was staged with Rick Cunningham,
Marty Farris, and Larry johnson in the
lead roles. Farris and Cunningham were
opposing lawyers for the trial of'Henry
Wirtz, played by johnson, the officer in
charge of the Andersonville Prison during
the Civil War.
The spring play,Gideon, written by
Paddy Chayefsky, was staged in the
beginning of May. The play is a comedy
based on the Old Testament, with Joe
Gryskiewicz in the lead role as Gideon.
The elaborate scenery and unusual
lighting helped to make the play a big
Murder in the Cathedral by T. S. Eliot, a play describing the
murder of Thomas a Becker in the Cathedral of Canterbury, was
presented by the college and directed by Larry Johnson.
pictured are: Cl. to r.J Steve Heininger, Ron Baregi fkneelingj,
Don Pazdernik, jim McCarthy Cforegroundb, and Kevin Clinton.
Joe Gryskiewicz and Rick Cunningham acting in Gideon.
Marty Farris Qrightj and jim Varpness Ccenterj question Larry
johnson during a critical point of The Andersonville Trial
Once again the two upper classes of the
high school have each staged a play. The Senior
class chose The Death and Life of Sneaky Fitch,
a satire on the Old West written by James
Rosenburg. Randy L'Allier had the lead role
as Sneaky Fitch with Jim Hugo filling in the
gaps with his guitar playing and narrating.
A standing room only crowd thoroughly enjoyed
the play and the Seniors wished they could
have put it on more than once.
The Junior class play, The Little World of
Don Camilla, was equally as successful. The
play is a delightful comedy about the rivalry
between a small town priest and a local commu-
nist mayor. Don Carnillo, the parish priest, was
played by Tom Lee Johnson, and the mayor,
Peppone, by John Bauer. Both classes deserve
congratulations on their fine jobs.
A lighter moment during The Little World of Don Camillo.
Nazareth Hall's speech team did fairly well this
year, finishing sixth in the, State Speech Tournament.
Standingt Cl. to r.D G. Jensen, I. Van Slyke, P.
jaroszeski, M. Mattaini, T. Fleming, T. Sawina,
Kneeling: fl. to r.D P. Hernick, G. Hell. Not pictured:
Tension mounts in The Death and Life
of Sneaky Fitch.
Larry johnson, of the Sixth Year, won this
year's Declamation Contest with his fine ren-
dition, "The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner."
Missed it by that much! That's the story
of this year's basketball team. In the Boy's
Club Tournament we blew a fifteen point lead
in the last quarter of the final round and even-
tually lost by two in overtime. We won the
division title the hard way by winning a two
game playoff but then lost by six in the semi-
finals of the City Championship. It was the
same story at the Annunciation Tournament
this year, losing to St. Charles by one in the
semi's and eventually taking third place by
beating Visitation by two in a real crowd pleaser.
Captain Dan Westmoreland played almost every
minute of every game and led the Highwaymen
to the best season we have ever had.
in the A
Woolsey goes in for a lay-up against Visitation during the game for third pl
nnunciation Invitational Tournament as Cl. to r.J Dave Novak, Tom Fleming
Dan Westmoreland help out.
Standing: J. Kintop, Coach Roedel, T. johnson, D. Novak, T. Morin, G. Henderson,
S. Malone, T. Kramer, M. Pierson, E. Kriegler, M. Deeney.
Kneeling: G. Felling, G. Knoblauch, F. Woolsey, T. Fleming, D. Westmoreland.
Dan Westmoreland, team captain.
arches a high shot toward the bucket
during action at the Annunciation
Visitation 35 39
St. Charles 42 44
Holy Cross 44 40
Ascension 24 60
St. Austin 43 63
St. Charles 53 51
St. Austin 42 57
College 32 39
St. Charles 45 43
Holy Cross 33 47
St. Austin 33 41
St. Joan of Arc 38 44
Ascension 24 44
Ascension 40 58
St. Charles 38 46
Holy Cross 34 53
Visitation 53 47
Grace 50 42
Mount Olivet 43 55
St. Charles 49 48
Visitation 50 52
Nazareth Hall, for the first time, formed
a Junior Basketball team made up of St. Austin's
House students. They had a relatively successful
season finishing in third place in the K..C.Y.O.,
Sasketball League with 3 wins and 2 losses.
Their final and supposedly best game of the
season was the win over Naz Hall junior class.
The men with the finest showing Were 6'4" Tom
Blees, who had a 10 point game average, and
Dave Gauthier with a 9 point average. Steve
Watters had a fine 6 point average and lived
up to expectations OH defense. Jim Charlebois
and Paul Severson rounded out the starting
five with 6'8" Bob Rosier and Mike Heaton
giving fine relief support. Their coach, Fr.
Roedel, deserves a lot of credit for the fine
job he did with these boys.
jim Charl eboi s
Nlaz Hall s first Junior team: fkneelingb S. Watters, D. Flaherty, I.Sewald, D. McNiff, Cstandingj
Fr R Roedel, I. Charlebois, M. Heaton, M. Morris, M. Ciernia, M. Turbes, T. Blees, R. Rosier,
P Severson, D. Gauthier, G. Miller, B. Beckman, P. Murphy, M. johns fstudent managerj.
Nazareth Hall's highly successful first line
with 30 of the team's 37 goals. fl. to r.J:
T. Quinlan, J. McCarthy, R. Baregi, J. Thomp-
son, G. Wigley.
St. Bernards 4 2
St. Thomas 4 5
St. Thomas 11 0
De La Salle 4 3
St. Bernards 5 6
Cretin 8 1
St. Paul Seminary 4 5
Benilde 4 2
Minnehaha Academy 1 5
St. Paul Seminary 9 0
Minnehaha Academy 2 5
St. Paul Academy 4 3
Nazareth Hall's hockey team played against
some tough competition this year, but their
record was a very respectable 6 games won and
6 lost. The record might have been even better
if it hadn't been for the poor 'hockey weather'of
the past year.When the team should have been out
practicing, the conditions of the rink were such
that a swimming meet would have been more
fitting. Even so, the spirit of the team remained
high and this spirit lasted through the entire
year. The team, under the coaching of Fr. Forliti ,
was led by the co-captains Ron Baregi and
Griff Wigley, who teamed up with Tom Quilan
to complete the first line. The other two lines
also played well, even though the players were
often being shifted to new positions. They gave
the first line a rest and checked the opposition.
Another reason for the team's fine showing is the
exceptional goaltending of Pat Lynch and Rich
Bipes. Every game this year, even those we
lost, was a team effort, a credit to the coaching
and to the players themselves.
Standing: Coach Forliti, J. Wozniak, I. Gryskiewicz, P. Shields, J. Fremont, F. Loch,
J. McCarthy, I. Blees, J. Schepers, J. Wilczyk
Kneeling: R. L'Allier, T. Galligan, T. Quinlan, P. Lynch, R. Baregi, G. Wigley,
AM Haselman, I. Thompson.
The B-Squad Hockey Team
fl. to r.D first row: L. Erickson, T. Kielkucki, K. Tiffany,
second row: E. Kordiak, T. Quinlan, M. johnson, D. Erickson,
third row: T. Gryskiewicz, S. Erickson, J. Marthaler, J. Iensen,
fourth row: T. Haselman, L. Hughes, D. Hensel, R. Ennen, T. O'Malley
The first Nazareth Hall
B squad hockey team made its
debut this year under the watchful
eyes of coach Tim O'Malley.
The team was composed mostly
of Freshmen and Sophomores ,
With the exception of one Junior.
The team competed against
St. Thomas, Hill, St. Paul
Academy, and others.
Concerning the team, coach
O'Mal.ley said there were some
outstanding players this year,
but "the real quality of a player
lies in his ability to put forth a
one hundred percent effort." The
experience gained in this goal
far outweighs winning or losing.
The Hall's Angels after a successful first year. Back row: G. Esty, T. Beckey, R. Kraft,
Fr. Nygaard, G. Pichef I. White. Front row: D. Edwardson, G. Weyandt, J. Winterer,
W. Kaluza, R. Miller, S. Rush, I. Stangl, R. St. Louis fkneelingj.
Nazareth Hall again fielded a cross-country
team this year. They did a good job against
some tough competition provided by Twin
City high schools. Most of the meets were
at the Highland course, while in the big
meet with Concordia High School at Nazareth
Hall, the team turned in a great performance
with a score of 16 to 39 and also captured
the first four places. Paced by four Seniors:
Tom Klein, Jay Tracy, Terry Hurd, and Phil
Hernick, along with the work of Juniors Tom
L. johnson, Jim Smieja, and Ed Howard, the
team finished eleventh in the State Meet,
not doing as Well as expected. Although
there was a lot of hard work involved, the
team was able to look back on the season
Rich Bipes in winning form.
The Track Team
The Cross-Country Team
Cl. to r.j: Fr. Rubertus Ccoachj, Tom Klein, jay Tracy
Qkneelingj: Terry Hurd, Phil Hemick, Knot picturedl
Tom L. johnson
Nazareth Hall's track team
this year has already shown
more enthusiasm and determi-
nation to improve than any
previous team. With the return
of some of last year's stalwarts,
Tom Klein, jay Tracy, Rich
Bipes, Phil Hernick and Greg
Knoblauch, and the iddition of
some young talent from the
Junior class, like Don Piche
and Jef Kintop, the team looks
strong and well-balanced. The
team, under the coaching of
Fr. Rubertus and Fr. Roedel,
has high hopes and has the
ability to do well in the meets
Cl. to r.J first row: J. Kintop, P. Hernick, I. Masanz, A. Pribyl,
second row: M. Spegtz, J. Tracy, E. Kriegler, T. Klein, J. Fremont,
third row: D. Piche, G. Knoblauch, D. Westmoreland, S. Duerscherl,
R. Bipes, Fr. Rubertus fcoachl
Tom Quinlan carries the ball around end with
john Pflugi in pursuit during the annual Soph.
vs. Frosh game, which was won by the
A lively game of intramural basket-
ball after a long day of classes,
wakes up everbody during the mid-
Ron Baregi awaits the snap as the Sixth Year battles the Fifth Year
in one of Naz Hal1's special brand of football games.
Dave Novak slides into home as Tim Sawina waits for
the throw in a typically lively junior game.
Tom Trudeau directs Naz Hall's first school band as they tune up
outdoors on a warm clay.
Mr. Joseph Marciniak teaches as
eager Sophomores take notes in
Drivers' Education class.
'67 - '68 . . . a time for decision
a time for growth
The last for the college
The high school begins anew
The college team, which ioined a senior men's league for the
first time, includes: Cl. to r., kneelingl Fr. Brand, john
Sullivan, Tom Galligan, Ron Baregi, Tim Wozniak, Cstandingb
Pat Shields, George Courchane, Jerry Wilczyk, Steve Heininger,
jim O'Connor, Greg Weyandt, Don Pazdernik, Pat Lynch, Dan
Not quite the same as any other
We set out to grow
It wasn't easy
But we think we've made some progress
We found the only way to meaningful growth
Is by meaningful involvement
We can't really grow in isolation
Only when we become involved with other persons
In various places, at various times
In various ways
Can we begin to grow
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Courtney, Mrs. Richard
Crisham, Mrs. Margaret
Cullen, Fr. Walter ....
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Dalldorf, Mrs. Walter . .
Daly, Mr. Thomas ....
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Dempsey, Dennis . .
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Duerscherl, Stephen . . .
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Fastnet, Peter .
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Felling, Gregory . . .
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Forliti, Fr. John . . .
Francis, Sister . . .
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Gleason, Kevin .....
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Gustafson, Gilbert . .
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Heininger, Stephen . .
Henderson, Gregory .
Hensel, David .... . .
Hernick, Philip . . .
Heroff, Kenneth . .
Hodgson, John ....
Hofstede, John . . .
Holm, Mr. Paul .....
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Howard, Edward ....
Hughes, Lawrence . .
Hugo, James .......
Hurd, Terrence . . .
Janski, Lloyd ....
Jaroszeski, Paul ....
Jensen, Gerald . . .
Johns, Mark ........
Johnson, Mrs.'John .
Kevin. . . . .
Johnson, Lawrence .
Johnson, Michael . . .
Johnson, Paul ......
Johnson Thomas E.
Johnson, Thomas L.
Josephine, Sister .
Joyce, Paul .....
Joyce, Thomas . .
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Jung, Mrs. Albert . . .
Kaiser, Steven . . .
Kaluza, Walter . .
Kartes, Michael . .
Kartes, Thomas . .
Kennedy, Douglas . .
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Kielkucki, Anthony .
Kintop, Jeffrey .....
Kittock, Fr. Francis
Klapperich, James . .
Klein, Stephen .....
Klein, Thomas .....
Knoblauch, Mr. Cyril
Knoblauch, Gregory .
Kohler, Fr. Edward .
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Korf, Robert .....
Kraft, Richard ....
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Krenik, Thomas ....
Kriegler, Edward . . .
Kroiss, Gregory. . .
Kujawa, Robert . . .
L'Allier, Randall . . .
La Douceur, James .
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Leitner, James .....
Lexcen, Mr.Allen . . .
Loch, Frariklin .....
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Ludescher, Fr. Kenneth
Lynch, Patrick .... . . .
Madden, Timothy .....
Mader, Lawrence . . .
Magne, Michael ......
Malone, Stephen ......
Marciniak, Mr..Joseph .
Marincel, Stephen .....
Marthaler, Joseph . . .
Masanz, Joseph . .
Mattaini, Mark . . .
Mauer, Emesto .. .
McCarthy, James .
McGlynn, Thomas .
McNiff, Douglas ....
Melberg, Mrs. James .
Mike, Anthony ....
Mike, Lawrence .
Miller, Gregory . . .
Miller, Richard .....
Moga, Fr. Daniel ....
Mohrbacher, Fr. Paul . . .
Morin, Mr. Leo . . . . . . .
Morin, Timothy . . . . .
Morris, Michael. . . . . .
Morrissey, Gregory . . . . .
Mosberger, Raymond . . .
Moudry, Msgr. Richard.
Mraz, Robert .........
Mullaney, Timothy . . .
Murphy, Patrick ....
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Nelson, Mrs. Janine . . . .
Nelson, Mr. Richard ....
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Novak, David .......
Nygaard, Fr. Robert . . . .
O'Brien, Andrew ......
O'Connor, James . . .
Olson, Richard .....
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Paschalia, Sister . . .
Pazdernik, Donald ....
Pflugi, John .......
Piche, Donald ....
Piche, Gerald . . .
Pierson, Marc .
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Priddy, Mr. Norris
Quinlan, Thomas . . .
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Raehsler, Mr. Louis . . .
Robinette, Kevin . . .
Roed, Mrs. John ......
Roedel, Fr. Richard . . .
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Tiffany, Kevin .... ................... 1 1, 53
Tracy, Jay ...... . .. 9, 32, 38, 49, 54, 56, 57
Trudeau, Thomas . . . . . . . 18, 39, 42, 56
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Vandeberg, Gerard .... . . 27, 42, 56
Varpness, James . . . ..... 25, 47, 48
Wagner, Charles . .. .. 18, 39, 42, 56
Wagner, Stephen ...... .. . 9, 38, 44, 55
Wallin, William ........ ...... 1 1, 47
Wandmacher, Michael. . . ....... . . 25
Warrick, Keith ........ . . . 19, 41, 56
Watters, Steven ....... .... 1 5, 41, 51
Weigenant, Gregory . . . ........ ....... . . 15
Welch, Mark .......... .......... 1 7, 43, 49, 56
Westmoreland, Daniel ...... 9, 30, 49 50, 51, 54, 56
Weyandt, Gregory .. . . .. .. 27, 47, 53, 56
White, James ...... ..... ..... 2 6 , 46, 53
wigiey, Griffin .. .... 26, 45, 52
Wilczyk, Jerome . .. ...... 25, 52, 56
Winterer, James .... .. 26, 40, 46, 53
Witzman, Timothy . . . .......... . . 15
Wolff, Michael ..... ........... 2 0, 46
Woolsey, Frank .... 9, 44, 47, 49, 50
Wozniak, Timothy . . . ..... 25, 52, 56
Wratkowski, David .... ....... 1 1
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Student Life Section Editor . .
Activities Section Editor . .
Photography coordinator . . . .
. Mark Mattaini
. . Steve Nimis
. . . Tom Klein
.. . ,. Rich Bipes
Photographers . . . John Finnegan, John Stangl
Index . . . . . Mike Deeney
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