University of Detroit - Tower Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

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nineteen hundred and forty-eight the lower u niversitv detroit 3 ,Q e 'OM Ximaw vv X Q-,num gvee 10 We QSSKQX 909 Q3 fm GN A6319 vsofi Www TO JAMES S. AND LYNEI.I.E HOLDEN, the bene- factors who made possible the erection of the University of Detroit's first residence hall, we respectfully dedicate the 1948 Tower. I 'w I 7 . f 2 I I "Domus Amlca, Domus 0ptnma" n v F C A friendly home is the best home Q llllstaff Editor-In-Chief .... .... R ichard E. McKenzie Editor ........ .... R ichard Pfeiffer Assistant Editor. . . .... Terry Brennan Associate Editors: Extra-Curricular. . . . . .Cherie Eberhardt Photography . . . ........... Ian Smith Sports ......... .... R ichard Kowalczyk Assistant Staff Editors: Extra-Curricular. . . .... Jean Marie Kennedy Photography .... ............ J ack Betts Joseph Rovinsky Sports . . . .... Stephen F. Podkowinski Staff Assistants: Extra-Curricular. . . . . .Raymond Hines: Nancy Joyce: Joseph Springer: Mildred Sloch Photography: Photographers. . . .......... Jack Betts: Jack Kerwin: Dorothy McNutt: Joseph Rovinsky Technician. . . .................. Dorothy McNutt Sports ...,.......... Robert A. Loepp: Clements Michalski: Richard Novak: Ralph F. Obuchowski Artists ...... Bernard Choden: Sylvia Ganzel: Peter Spellman Business Manager .... . . .Wilmer T. Rabe el OOC Foreword . . . Administration . . Arts 81 Sciences .... Commerce 8. Finance . . Engineering ..... Professional Schools . . Fraternities 81 Sororities . . . . Extra-Curricular . . . . . Sports . . . . PAGE 7 16 22 66 98 138 156 190 250 Y v' Ir ...Q-.-.-V . -- Im,.,N.-wx-mV.fV1-.VII I ,V-qII,,.xw .I X. I -,swf I, I .-Y .II,I5.-'- I-if I gy :Vw V- I " ' X: I A IIIQIIIIIVIWINI, ,II , IV III I I I IAI "5" I..-5-ff' fi" f . -V: a "" ' " fw . I. ,V-N f w-' IIII,5,ygvsXfM"F223f?3y-' I -j,I:2'I.' 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The influx of stu- dentsto the Universities sounds a keynote of op- timism for the future, which man must make secure, guaranteeing for himself and his posterity a free and peaceful world. Education is one of the powerful forces which can be harnessed to this end. So with al the hope and belief of John Henry Newman in the strength and stature of the edu- cated man, we say ,... the search for truth . . . "has its ebbs and flows, it is pleas- ant to be living in a time when the tide is coming in." 15' " N. N Gm, f,. 1' ,A -, Q , 'Q4 Q 'wav -. :-1 .hh - --.1 - -. b .fr.1-- . ,- - "'1. .' ,.,' ,3 -. AQ?--rg+. .," f "'LY8mTQ5"- - ,ff-J.-tgrff , . " 1. 6' ""1, ' -fd r-.,:W' 1 '?"'H?4, ff -tif '.,'6f1v 4H.u,4, 'x " ,X-Gnd' ' , , f,-mai", f fl ' . .- ' , nur- , mmf ff Q, A -' 'ff F-Q "F ""'.-'im ' --if H? 1 gg, W 1, -, wt.-, 1 ' MV, - 'e'.,,, . 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" 'Sl Y, .vg,,,d'Av:.u.' ' . 1:1 V , .' . Q .v 4. N 'WT Rf, , .1 s-'W' - 'ew :u ri 1 I.. 2 W 'i:.3,.'4gffZ73?fvvj"v A. T '- Tim'-" ev'-ggjff-'A f.'V,P' Q f' ' - 5571,-il. ' - . ,fa H 'V-7f71,.J Q, Q A ,-3 ,.", 'f 'f , f WV' Q -.:',: v. A Q.-. ,- -7 , D n - ,. " - 'H -fW,,.,', , var-'.',xf 1- I., gi' "1- ,. , n.. ' - 'H ':, " -11.7, 3 ,.,' -Q ' , 0-K nl: 40' fv- "' ,w 1 4- vfzii 1 'Il Y U T r - t . v .1 1 , ',, fivlmf' TheQUniversity is "the high protecting power of all knowledge and science, of fact ana giinciple, of inquiry and discovery, of experiment and speculation . . . " JOHN HENRY NEWMAN ' mfs 'WWW f 4 Q .xi ' 1 The University "is a seat of wisdom, a light of the world, a minister of the foithig an Alma Mater of the rising generation T: ,f XF .,1 ,kxj IZA. ff' xi, . 4 fx JOHN HENRY NEWMAN 'Tp H ?'s:'f' ., Q mvaxgv 5 Nc.Q,x,a-." . , ' Xixv. Q. x e :ASS b Sa .ei if gg ,N -. . xx x N rf' ,,-, X . 2. " L , ay., Wir. .tx . x N 5 Y. W ', Rafe f Q! M Q -M, V 4, " 'k 555' me 'ax ..r ,. V X X, . - V5 ,. f v gi -X -Ks, 5. by V-w,-3 4, -Q .f W Q 'YQQTQ-gxil A lv sz ' H , X, " K K ' W 1 K aw' , ff , , g- , f m sly R ' 'Q L v 'H 1 .4 uf - ' S .' "ji, s. fn 6 Q QM Q 4 ,EJB Q. 1 .J I I ,M M 2 Q, if W ss 3 X .X A 5 T I X:-Mi W, as Qi- 4' , ,QQ x V - A fflmi may .,'f'f Q " 3:35-1:25 Y-":. 51555: fi' " 5 gf 5 Q'-19 ' - 3 9' ' 3522 iffrzf, ,I 'BazS..h9, Riagg? -if-w .- Iv- 'Air' ..fw' Y, , 5,..,v cultivated intellect "has almost supernatural charity from Il dom from littleness and prejudice JOHN HENRY NEWMAN 15 , as NN? -p-M. .A if . ,Nu f si Hz' u Hn' J, u " ll I ag: if 1 Y L -,iff 1-, .' ,' 1 4 ' 'r- .Hx,,,Y.,l, ,,iQU.:,, 0 3,5e1f:, 4r1'f-' ' 3 ,- vu A ,Kg 1 .N -Q . , 'QA TRUSTEES Rev. John F. Quinn, S..I. Rev. George L. Reno, S.J. Rev. George J. Shiple, SJ The Very Reverend William J. Millor, S. J. President of the University The University Francis J. Donohue I ' I A lJii'ca'tui', KlCNiCl1wls lluull l'iVt'lllllQ lhvixnn Rev. Francis L. Filas, SJ. llczin of Klcn, Dowling' Hull. Rev. joseph A. Foley, S.J. Student Counsellor. Paul P. Harbrecht lliu-ctor, Student Cminsel and Xvflkfilllb Bureau. Anne E. Hughes DL-an of Xvllllltll, Dowling llzlll. Helen E. Kean, llean of XYmncn. Lloyd J. Logsdon Hurwzir. Rev. Edmund J. Montville, SJ. Vrcfcct, llolrlcn llzill. Rev. Daniel IVI. O'Connel1, S. j. l.il1rzn'ian. Rev. Edward J. O'Connor, SJ. llcan of Klcn. Administration Albert H. Poetker, S.J. George Rakovan Charles E. Schrader, S.J. Hugh F. Smith, SJ Executive Dean. Dir.,AlumniRelations. Dir., Graduate Div. Registrar. O. C. Snitgen, S.J. Truman Stacey Samuel K. Wilson, SJ. As. Treas., Dowl. Hall Dir., Public Relations. Dir. of Admissions. The Downtown Campus f 'Zi I ff' X , K , in 1 X 53' n 'X DEAN OF DOWLING HALL Rev. Edward F. Maher, S. .I REV. FRANCIS L. FILAS, Dean of Men, chats with Dowling Hall students. a-Y' W? mum """x,, l DCWLING HALL 21 ARTS AND SCIENCES " . . . the Arts have ever, on the whale, been the instruments of education which the civilized orbis terrarum has adopted . . . of enlarging the mind, and cultivating the intellect, and refining the feelings . . . " M JOHN HINIY NIWMIN 1 f 1 , -, .Jo .1 If x Sf, - . . V --.- .-,,. . - .-N, ,ei KP'-,.' 'X , Q , ffwcg, Q , +ifq4Lk ,M -...i... ...n.... ...,, ,..i...,.,Wi..,W,,.. ,....,,f.,,.W,.f,.w .,..,.,. , ...,.. ,,, . I A U V -M lvwmwwn 5. .M ,AYV 1-,Vv.,,..XA.Q.,,,..,...,4w..-.-G-.:: MM-mf:-.,,. W. ,Mw.A.,.,.M.M.,...,.,, ,. W H U ' bk nf ' ' ' ' " " ' " Q 7 '-Q.. A W- ' H I H W -V ,Q,lf.,,v,,,,.W,.-lkf,A.m.AvA-W,-.X-, n,,,.4m..,AW,.W+,. A M A ' F-193355 -'LIN .2 . 2 'Sift ,. im: N w N 5 ,Sv 4. ww' ,ww f WW f ,W C, , ,NW v mf ua, ,ff 1Q 'W W A wf 1 '7 A WW W ff .p' 1 ,Q SJW A NVQ: fy! is AF- ,TQW nie I 5 A 3, M 6 JK' li Q. if Q I if Qififnfg A aaa' X P ' ,fy 4 figs in 1 ,Q W .J , , wi 12 f af ,Z t Jai? ,Q I asm! Refs M f 4 Q'v,xN3' fi M .N , ,A nigh ,ww 193.011 fy, if sin Q 195' 6 lu M23 Q .r 255 f ,sq ! ,Q 'I ex ,V 'M D I 1 5 siflpgii f '1 , ff 9995 2 4 - Y .,, va A 'Q Z5 6 K Arts and Sciences 26 THE DEAN . . . Rev. John F. Quinn, S. .I mbers of Th Faculty Louis D. Adamson, Ph.D., Rev. R. W. Allen, S.J., MS., Francis A. Arlinghaus, Ph.D. Jean R. Aubry, MA., Francis Leslie Bates, .I.'h.D Ass't Prof. of Biology. Instructor of Mathematics Professor of History. Inst. of Mod. Languages. Instructor of Chemistry. Charles E. Beaudet. Rev. Belleperche, S. J., Ph.D. Mrs. lVIary E. Bentley, M.A., J. B. Bingeman, B.Sc. Clair J. Blackall, l'h.D., Assoc. Prof. of Philosophy. Instructor of English. Assistant in Chemistry. .Xss't Prof. of Mathematics Mary Lou Blaesser, MA., Joseph H. Bourgon, L.L.B., Rev. E. J. Bracken, S.J., MA. Rev. V. Brennan, S.J. M..-X., Rev. Bundschuh, S.J., MA.. Instructor of Psychology. Instructor of Law. Professor. Dir. of Dept. of Religion. Professor of English. Richard J. Burgwin, Ph.B., Rev. D. F. Burns, S.J., Ph.D. Leo Edward Buss, M.S., Rev. James P. Caine, S.J., Desmond M. Carney, Instructor of English Professor of Philosophy. Ass't Professor of Biology. .-Xss't Professor of English. Assoc. Prof. of Chemistry Z7 AR TS' AND SCIENCES .WX smilie. x 5' f.- Gerard J. Charest, AAI.. William V. Cherniak, BA., Margaret L. Comstock, B..-X., Rev. J. Coogan, S.J., Ph.D. Lester P. Coonen, Ph.D., Inst. uf Mori. language. Gracl. .-Xss't of Chemistry. Inst. of Mathematics. Dir. of Dept. of Sociology. Dir. of Dept. of Biology. Rev. J. J. Daly, S. J., MA. Royal Emerson Davis, BS., Rev. O. D'Haene, S. J., Ph.D. George W. Dowling. J. F. Deupree, Ph.D., I rot. lzrm-ritus ot lillgllbll, Instructor ot Physics. Assoc. l'rot. of Religion. Assoc. Prof. of Chemistry. M0-b X .'.. ,f ink I 490 Laurence R. Ebbing, Xl. X., Michael J. Elkind, IIS., Dorothy Elkisch. Joseph A. Fihn, M..-X., George J. Fleming, Jr., Ph.D. In-trurtm I In li li HI-gifl. .MQ nl- Chemistry. Instrugtor, Instructor of History. Roland.J. -Fortin, MA., Charlotte Fredericks, MA., Hubert A. Gerrety, Gino V. Grassi, B.A., Eugene F. Grewe, M.A., Inst- In 5I1f1'fh 21114 Iilwlirh lllhlfllflllf' in English, Instructor in Iinglish. Graduate Ass't in Biology. Instructor in English. 28 .EMBERS 0 THE FII UU T Y Rev. Raymond Griese, SJ., Frank P. Grow, A.B., james W. Guinan, AB.. Lois M. Hammond, Ph.B., Daniel L. Harmon, l?h.D., Instructor. Instructor in Sociology. Instructor in English. Grad. Assistant in History. Dir. of Dept. of Physics. Rev. Robert Hartnet, S.J. Frederic H. Hayes, M.A., Gertrude D. Heckman, BS., Everette Henderson, Ph.D. C. 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Payne, Ph.D., William T. Payne, Ph.D., Kato A. Payzs, Ph.D. Tibor Payzs, Dr. Pol. Sci., Joseph C. Pizzurro, HS., Instructor in Illathematics. Assistant Prof. in Physics. :Xss't Prof. in Philosophy. Dr. Juris Universi. Grad. Ass't in Chemistry. 'eronica Pullan, Gloria A. Polom, BS., Mitchell C. Poznanski, HS., Rex R. Pulford, AB., Joan Purcell, l'h.I3., Assistant Professor. Instructor in Biology. Instructor in Chemistry. Ass't Inst. in Psychology. Grad. .-Xss't in Psychology lev. J. F. Quinn, S.J., MA., Carol A. Rayhill, MS., Paul J. Reising, HS., Allan T. J. Roach, Edwin Rothman, MA., Dean of Arts and Sciences. Instructor in Psychology. Grad. Ass't in Chemistry. Instructor in English. Inst. in Political Scicncc 31 IIB TS HND SCIENCE r ' tif x1 Qwvyaiqi f 7 K. .4 , - Q E , 3 -Q I is .a ss , . f uk - f. IF? ',.: :. I A 'I iiriviiiiiii ,:,. 'W' A sqm., ,. c ' ' 5,5 ' up 1 ", 1 is ..,, ,I , ' jackson M. Saunders, RIA., Alexander Schneiders, Ilh.D., Henry C. Schneidewind, Rev. Charles Schrader, S.J. Rev. L. B. Schumm, SJ., Instructor in Iinglish. Dir. and Assoc. Prof. in Instructor in Speech. History. Instructor in Chemistry. I'sycl1olog'y. R. Bruce Scott, HS.. Timothy H. Scully, M..-X., William Sheeran. William J. Sheridan, BS., Charles D. Smith, Ph.B., .Xssistant in L'hc-niistry. Inst. in Political Science. Instructor in Biology. Instructor in Philosophy. V. Dennis Spicer, 1 A Thomas G. Stewart, Iel.I2.li., john F. Sullivan, lXI.A., Cletus J. Tegels, BA., Florence G. Tetreault, BS., Inst. in l'olit1c:ll Scu-uct-. Instructor in Math. Instructor in English. Assistant in Math. Instructor in Math. Rev- Thelsqsefl, .S-.I-. Nl-5.. Walter H. Turner, Lawrence P. Vito, Walter Wagner, Sc.D., I'roicssor Iznic-ritus Math, Instructor in Philosophy. Inst. in Mod. Language. Ass't Prof. in Chemistry. 32 I EMBERS OI' THE CULT ert G. Walker, Rozanne Warrick, B.S., Aloysius G. Weimer, Ph.D., Rev. F. Wilson, SJ., M.A., Mary Charbonneau. Ph. B Director of Speech Dept. 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Detroit 103 Betty Lou 1 Schneider, Ph.B., 1160 Seward, Detroit 2: Sister Mary Jarlath Thom, UP.. Ph.B., 5970 Mcflel- lan, Detroit 13. 65 1 COMMERCE FINANCE "The human mind cannot keep from speculating and sysfematizing . . . " JOHN HINIY NIWMAN K was W Y F5 KX SQ ' X as ,Q 2234 2 13145 fff' :.Qj3f2 h ,352 .3173 'fif XE 'Sf' 3 W Y f- 03 3 X Q xx ff K . ENN vA,X,,?xiE, goxlgib , . ., eg fi i QRIX, xiii? Y , X R . 235 my ,pw if iii 43 U? . ,,, . 7 1A3iK Y3if!3.s' '2?l?lZi'1ZS'33? S5 Sis wi ? xx W , gi' ii my -v..,xmkfQx1w1w4w.Qa. .f ,qml ., J , i i '--.qi "uni X x . r W I I I 1 z' i 'li 1 ""X"Qb9' X N , "xt iff A K N 'p' ' V 5 . . ,Ag X f ff' 'K N, I 1? if 1- ,..-..., ,M-X ,...... -V -.. -W -4 -n ...mf J , 3 g' -, MN By Day .... I i 69 X 0 Commerce 84 Finance 51.12 M 2 THE DEAN . Dr. Lloyd E. Fitzgerald 7 O I mbers of Th Fa ulty Amgen SNM- :ci1 M. Birch, MA., Leo V. Bowers, AAI., Perry B. Fredericks, L.L.B., William J. Goebel, MA., Thomas J. Hailstones, Mb., Instructor in Economics. Instructor in Accounting. Instructor in Law. Instructor in Economics. Instructor in Economics. .yde T. Hardwick, James W. Healey, CPA., W. Maurice Kessel, M.S., Bernard F. Landuyt, Ph.D., Louis Loby, AM., B.J., Instructor in Economics. Ass't Prof. of Accounting. Instructor in Math. Director of Economics. Instructor in Journalism. Edward N. Lucking, M.B.A. Eugene T. Petersen, MA., John J. Rath. Enos A. Roberts, Oscar C. Schnicher, l'l1.l1J., Instructor in Accounting. Instructor in History. Ass't Prof. of Accounting. Asst Prof. of Indus. Rclzt Zharlton G. Schoeffler, B.S., Everett M. Steinbach, A.B., Thomas H. Usher, M.A., John H. VerHulst, Howard A. Ward, HS., Instructor in Accounting. Instructor in Mathematics. Instructor in Economics. Instructor in Finance. Inst. in Acc'g and Econ. 71 ,dp-1 'i9F'P"" 'W' WH .ff ,dv- Allen, Peter, R., B.S., Marketing, 15810 71 uller Detroit 21 Michi an 16160 S3.llJll3.l'l,1D6tI'O1f21,1X'1lC1l1g3ll. Birke, Edward, M., Jr., B.S., Accounting, 808 Baker Street, Muskegon Hgts., Michigan. Brendtke, James, E., B.S., Accounting, 5251 Courville, Detroit 24, Michigan. Brennan, Henry, J., Jr., B.A., Accounting, 2340 Glynn Ct., Detroit 6, Michigan. Butler, James, I., B.S., Accounting, 47707 Penniman Road, Plymouth, Michigan. Carry, Thomas, L., BS., Journalism, 101 Auburn Ave., Pontiac 4, Michigan. Clark, Robert H., HS.. Accounting, 41 Moreland Ave.. Pontiac, Michigan. Corbo, Raymond, F., B.S., Accounting, 416 VV. Sophia, Maumee, Ohio. Costello, James, F., B.S., Accounting, 15870 Linnhurst. Detroit 5, Michigan. Cousino, Lois, J., B.S., Industrial Mgt., 1731 Butternut Street, Detroit 16, Michigan. Couzens, Frank, Jr., B.S., General Business, 1239 Audubon, Grosse Pointe 30, Michigan. Cox, Rosaleen, M., B.S., Accounting, 23670 Haines, Farmington, Michigan. Damman, Robert, L., B.B., A., 10600 Whiteliill, Detroit 24, Michigan. Danielson, Donna, M., B.S., Accounting, 180 Ascot Rd., Pontiac, Michigan. Davitt, Therese, A., B.S., Economics, 4895 Audubon, Detroit 24, Michigan. De Yonker, Jack, F., B.S., Accounting, 2002 Pierce St., Flint 3, Michigan. Dickson, Leo, J., B.S., Economics, 2275 Cortland Ave., Detroit 6, Michigan. Domergue, Raymond, E., B.S., Marketing, 254 Eleventh Street, Conway, Pa. Elliott, Dorothy, J., B.S., Journalism, 19329 Pinehurst, Detroit 21, Michigan. Fallon, John, E., B.S., Accounting, 1155 Lafayette S.E., Grand Rapids, Michigan. Farrell, Warren, S., B.S., Acctg., 12149 Winthrop, Detroit 27, Michigan. Fetz, Frances, E., B.S., Marketing, 5610 Stanton, Detroit 8, Michigan. Fitzpatrick, Frank, A., B.S., Journalism, 12653 Roselawn, Detroit 4, Michigan. Flis, Theodore, J., B.S., Accounting, 5122 Charles, Detroit 12, Michigan. Foerg, John W., B.S., General Business, 18323 Warrington, Detroit 21, Michigan. Foody, John S., B.S., Accounting, 1423 Morris, Lincoln Park 25, Michigan. Franek, Anthony, A., B.S., Accounting, 2917 Fort Park, Lincoln Park 25, Michigan. C O I11 In e I' C Frank,Pau1,E.,B.S.,Accounting, q n d f I n q n C e 15453 Sorrento, Detroit 27, Michigan. Frick, Henry, M., B.S., Accounting, 16724 Mansfield, Detroit 27, Michigan. Gallacher, Charles, J., B.S., Accounting, 16190 Mark Twain, Detroit 27, Michigan. Garfield, James A., B.S., Economics, 431 Aspen Rd., Birmingham, Michigan. 3? E N 53' iffofw 5. T3 po. V7 H1 o .Ex Us- 51 93 'Q-oe 7'1- FD U2 Cf I 9 91 S9 e I C'and1da tes for Degrees - , A 1- ,. J if L .,,, A., ., 2 .A 12 tm mi .ga 1- cg ca CQ, Lt. YQ, it l lng 191 tl la 131 . Garvale, Thomas, E., B.S., Accounting, 19500 Hoover Rd., Detroit 5, Michigan. Green, Grace H., B.S., Economics and Business Adm., 1050 Rademacher, Detroit 9, Michigan. Grobbel, Cyril A., Jr., B.S., Economics, 1269 Whittier, Grosse Pointe Park 30, Michigan. Grobbel, Gerard L., B.S., Marketing, 5177 VV. Outer Drive, Detroit 21, Michigan. Halfmann, Jos., E., B.S., General Business, 3734 Gladstone, Detroit 6, Michigan. Hand, Francis, A., B.S., Journalism, 16891 Prairie Ave., Detroit, Michigan. Haworth, William, L., B.S., Economics, 6850 So. May Street, Chicago, Ill. Healy, Charles, J., B.S., Finance, 570 Arden Park, Detroit 2, Michigan. Heaphy, Doris O., B.S., Accounting, 230 Dick Ave., Pontiac, Michigan. Herbertson, john, H., B.B.A., Business Adm., 2577 Manistique, Dertoit 15, Michigan. Houran, Michael, E., B.S., Industrial Management, 1607 Garland Street, Flint, Michigan. Hramiec, Edward, J., B.S., Accounting, 2345 Casmere, Hamtramck, Michigan. Hubbard, Bryant, D., B.S., Economics, 3005 Chicago Blvd., Detroit 6, Michigan. Hurlane, Hugh H., B.S., General Business, 19473 Greenlawn, Detroit 21, Michigan. Izdepski, Stanley, F., B.S., Economics, 9913 Mendota, Detroit 6, Michigan. Jandernoa, Donald, L., B.A., Business Adm., Pevvamo, Michigan. Janisse, Richard, L., B.S., General Business. 17409 VVarrington Drive, Detroit 21, Michigan. ilasin, Leona, F., B.S., Journalism, 12077 Cascade, Detroit 4, Michigan. Jirasek, Grace, B.S., General Business, 1731 Burlingame, Detroit 6, Michigan. Jury, Mary Ann, B.S., Economics, 10454 American, Detroit 4, Michigan. Kay, M. Jane, B.S., Accounting, 1028 Beaconsfield, Grosse Pte. Park, Michigan. Kelly, Mary Ella, B.S., Business Adm., 1127 Drexel, Detroit 15, Michigan. Klosterman, joseph, W., B.S., Accounting, 10467 Hart Ave., Huntington Wood, Michigan. Kornieck, Thomas, V., B.S., Accounting, 1535 Fairholme Rd., Grosse Pte. Woods, Michigan Lapchuk, Stan, J., B.S., Accounting, 931 Davis Ave., N.W., Grand Rapids 4. Michigan. Leachman, George, C., B.S., Economics, 16129 Holmur, Detroit 21, Michigan. Lebert, Alphonse, G., B.B.A., Accounting, 204 Gleddin Ave., Riverside, Ontario. LeFevre, Bernice, L., B.S., General Business, 1804 Bonnie View, Royal Oak, Michigan. Livermore, John W., B.S., Economics, 6554 Jonathon, Dearborn, Michigan, Logsoon, James H., B.S., Accounting, 1948 Sussex Pl., Toledo 7, Ohio. Maher, Francis J., B.S., Economics, 12210 Steel, Detroit 27, Michigan. Malpeli, Charlotte L., B.S. in Acct., Accounting, 7450 Bingham, Dearborn, Michigan. Manica, Nicholas J., B.S., Accounting, 17409 Indiana, Detroit 21, Michigan. Marcelli, Paul, Jr., BS., Marketing, 5196 Harding Ave., Detroit 13, Michigan. Matenky, Seymour, B.S., Economics, 13331 Fourteenth, Detroit 6, Michigan. Mattimoe, James P., BS., Accounting, 2654 VV. Grand Blvd., Detroit 8, Michigan. McCoy, Robert J., B.S., Ind. Mgt., 197 Rhode Island, Highland Park 3, Michigan. McEachern, Geraldine C., BS., General Business, 4003 St. Clair, Detroit 14, Michigan. McNamara, Michael W., B.S., Accounting, 5841 VV. Vernor Hwy., Detroit 9, Michigan. Michelin, Edward E., B.S., Accounting, 1040 N. Alexander Ave., Royal Oak, Michigan. Monette, Alvin L., B.S., Economics, 20812 Ontago, Detroit 19, Michigan. Moons, Robert J., B.S., Finance, 15837 Avon Road, Detroit 23, Michigan. Mullins, Stanley F., B.S., Accounting, Woodslee, Ontario, Canada. Newsted, Bruce T., B.S., Economics, 9603 Robson, Detroit 27, Michigan. O'Connor, Thomas P., B.S.. General Business, 16261 Cherrylawn, Detroit 21, Michigan. O'Keefe, Robert E., B.S., Economics, 1117 Yorkshire, Grosse Point, Michigan. Oleson, Paul E., B.S., Journalism, 14642 Indiana, Detroit 21, Michigan. Phillips, George R., B.S., Accounting, 17322 NVarrington Dr., Detroit 21, Michigan. Polewach, Marvin J., B.S., Accounting, Ruth, Michigan. Puchala, Anthony A., B.S., Accounting, 3874 Bristow, Detroit 12, Michigan. Rahmel, Edward W., B.S., Marketing, 6391 Mackenzie, Detroit 4, Michigan. Renier, Ilene M., B.S., General Business, 14568 Artesian, Detroit 23, Michigan. Robertson, Rosemary J., B.S., Ind. Man., 17386 Northlawn, Detroit 21, Michigan. Rourke, Francis V., B.S., Economics, 8808 Kimberly Ct., Detroit 4, Michigan. Rowley, Mark C., B.S., Journalism, 600 Lincoln Rd., Grosse Pointe 30, Michigan. Russell, Thomas F., B.S., Accounting, 7938 Goethe, Detroit 14, Michigan. Sanford, William R., B.S., General Business, 922 Mary Street, Flint 4, Michigan. Schmitt, Margaret T., BS., General Business, 15020 Fairfield, Detroit, Michigan. Schriber, Wm. M., B.S., Business Administration, 1018 E. Leonard Street, Grand Rapids 5, Michigan Severson, Eldon B., B.S., Journalism, 15873 Hartwell, Detroit 27, Michigan. ng- Candidates for Degrees Sheehan, John C., BS., Marketing, 5074 Fcrnwoocl, Detroit 4, Michigan. Shurmur, D. Jeanne, B.S., General Business. 1050 VVatcrinan, Detroit 9, Michigan. Sloch, Mildred I., BS., Ind. Mgt., 14833 Muirland, Detroit 21, Michigan. Smith, Edmund O., BS., Foreign Trade, 2222 Montroyal, Pontiac, Michigan. Smith, Jeanne A., B.5., General Business, 1127 VV. McNichols, Detroit 3, Michigan. Soullier, Francis J., B.S., Economics, 3025 Ashland, Detroit 15, Michigan. Squires, Claude H., Jr., B.S., lnd. Mgt., 1203 N. Vermont, Royal Oak, Michigan. Sullivan, Peter F., B.S., General Business, 19216 Runyon, Detroit, Michigan. Syron, Hugh T., B.S., Economics, 2255 Collingwood, Detroit 6, Michigan. Tobin, Alvin J., B.S., Accounting, Towsley, George B., B.S., Accounting, 646 Mill Street, Watertown, New York. Travers, Maurice J., B.S., Marketing, 4547 Mayberry, Omaha, Neb. Uch, Helen B., B.S., Marketing, 15409 Wildemere, Detroit 21, Michigan. Valos, Margaret, B.S., Marketing, 1704 Fischer, Detroit 14, Michigan. Wagner, William J., B.S., General Business, 2421 Monterey, Detroit 6, Michigan. Wallace, Jack T., B.S., General Business, Pine Hill, New York. 2028 Wyandotte, Riverside, Ontario, Canada. Weber, Mary K., BS., General Business, 221 Congdon Street, Chelsea, Michigan. Weiss, Leven C., B.S., Accounting, 5461 Roosevelt, Detroit 8, Michigan. Widman, Allyn W., B.B.A., Economics and Office Wilson, John R., B.S., Accounting, 14452 Mayfield, Detroit 5, Michigan. Wunderlich, Renate M., Certilicate, Accounting, 9130 Park Drive, Detroit, Michigan. Yates, William R., B.S., Accounting, 2740 Blaine, Detroit 6, Michigan. Ziraldo, Iris P., B.S., Economics, 8028 Middlepointe, Detroit 4, Michigan. M 1839 Elsniere, Detroit 9, Michigan. gmt Block, Clarence A., B.B.A., Accounting, Birch Run, Route 1, Michigan. Butler, Evan H., B.B.A., Accounting, 10317 Balfour, Detroit 24, Michigan. Donnelly, Mary A., B.B.A., Accounting, 9687 American, Detroit 4, Michigan. Duffield, Robert W., B.B.A., Accounting, 8054 Abington, Detroit 10, Michigan. Faber, William J., B.B.A., Accounting, 4526 Seyburn, Detroit 13, Michigan. Friedman, Jack C., B.B.A., Accounting, 15 Waverly, Highland Park 3, Michigan. Gibbons, Martin F., B.B.A., Accounting, 1463 Clark, Detroit 9, Michigan. Gouin, Jeanette E., Certificate, Accounting, Route 1, Box 24, Cheboygan, Michigan. Hugler, Robert J., B.B.A., Accounting, 8710 Radford, Detroit 4, Michigan. Kehoe, Frank M., B.B.A., Accounting, 15124l1ene, Detroit 21, Michigan. Krupa, Irene P., Certificate, Accounting, 8073 Pressler, Detroit 13, Michigan. Natche, Arlowyn M., B.B.A., Accounting, 3606 East Warreii Ave., Detroit 7, Michigan. Stefanowski, Frank P., Certificate, Accounting, 6115 Field Ave., Detroit 13, Michigan. Walter, Linn A., B.B.A., Accounting, 16547 Wildeiiiere, Detroit 21, Michigan. Washburn, Bruce L., B.B.A., Accounting, 17622 Edinborough, Detroit 10, Michigan. West, Ross C., B.B.A., Accounting, 18721 Glastonbury Rd., Detroit 19, Michigan. Zepf, John J., B.B.A., 9125 Dexter Blvd., Detroit 6, Michigan. 005. x., Qs- i ' "iff fs' FF: 5- -1i2'i.3: . 1 ww "--1 1 1 .1 ,., A A 1 ' ' 95 -1 ef 1 1 1 COMMERCE 8: 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 ' 1 1 1 1 ' . . 11 . W. 11 Y. W. 1 R. A. VI. 1. I. 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Q, M, X'4 f5:"iu55EQ5 :I3r wwvmw A-.w.,.X. ., -fn ..: ,-...-- WF X bkwis x A -.5 4 I, f X ix X H' ! I I Englneenng THE DEAN . . . Clement J. Freund mbers of Th Fa ulty Peter D. Anderson, B.M.E., L. Robert Blakeslee, Philip G. Blenkush, B.Ae.E., Francis J. Budde, B.Ae.E., James J. Callahan, A.B., Inst. in Mechanical Eng'r. l'rof. and Head of Arch. Inst. in rfXCYOll3lltlC3IEllgI1'. Ass't Coordinator in Indus. Instructor in English. Eng'r. Coordination Dept. Louis S. Clock, M.S., Rev. E. Dowling, SJ., A.M., Charles G. Duncombe, Rev. R. B. Eiten, SJ., MS., Guido Ferrara, .-Xss't Prof. of Mechanics. Inst. in Engfr. Drawing. Dir. and Prof. in Chem. Instructor in Math. Inst. in Electrical Eng'r Eng'r. Wilfrid A. Fierle, B.Ae.E., Clement J. Freund, Elihu Geer, CE., jasper Gerardi, William P. Godfrey, Ass't in Aeronautical Dept. Dean. Asst. Prof. of Civil Eng'r. Ass't Dean College of Eng. Asst. Prof. of English. Iill,Q'lllCL'l'lllg Drawing. Rev. R. C. Goodenow, SJ., Vaughn R. Groom, B.M.E., Henry C. Gudebski, M.S., George P. Hanley, B.M.E., T. C. Hanson, M.S., Instructor in Math. Instructor in Mech. Eng'r. Ass't I'rof. in Chem. Eng'r. Inst. in Eng'r. Drawing. Prof. and Dir. of Civil Eng'r. Dept. I 103 .ii in 5, A USN 3 V' 4' X! ! ENGINE RI 'Hhs 5 E f s 'PZ fe? am if Leon C. Hilliker, R..Xe.li., Donald C. Hunt, Leon S. Johnston, .AX.lXfI., Robert P. Krause, B.M.li., Cyril A. Lingeman. Inst. in Ifng"r. Rlcchanics. industrial Coordinator l'rof. in Mathematics. Inst. in Mechanical 1fi1g"r Gerald E. Markle, MA., Ernest J. Massard, Herman E. Mayrose, lXl.S.li, Edward D. McCarthy, MA., Paul J. Monohon, BS. in .Xssistant Prof. of Math. Inst. in Fngr Drawing. Prof. in Eng'r. Mechanics. Assistant Prof. in Math. Civil Eng'r. instructor in Civil Eng"r. john R. Mulroy, MA., Robert L. Nadeau, ILS. in Hover J. Palazeti, Ii.C.li., Charles J. Rebert, B.Ch.E., Stanley D. Sagan, BA., Instructor in English. lilac. lfngjr. Instructor in Civil l2ng"r. Instructor in Chem. Eng'r. Inst. in Eng"r. Drawing. instructor in lflcc. i4:ll,Q'iI'. Michael Sharoff, l'i..eXc.E,, Kenneth E. Smith, B.Ac.E., Lida P. Smith, MA., Wallace F. Smith, MA., E. A. Szczepaniak, B.Ae.E. ln-trnctor 104 in Drawing. Asst Prof. and Acting Dir. Instructor in English. Assistant Prof. in Math. Instructor in Aero. Eng'r of Acro. Dept. i EMBERS 0 THE I' C' UL T Y G. B. Uicker, MS. in ME., John J. Uicker, William L .Yaroch, B.Ch.E AsS't Prof. in Mech. Eng'r. Assoc. Prof. and Acting Instructor in Chem. Eng? Dir. of Mcch. Eng? Dept. Abate, Joseph M., B.M.E., 2568 Parker Detroit 14 Michigan 0 e 1550 Collingwood, Detroit 6, M ichigan. Baelker, Henry V., B.Ch.E., 3740 Seminole, Detroit 14, Michigan. Bates, Robert A., B.M.E., 244 South Luther, Detroit 25, Michigan. Beckley, Robert J., B.C.E. 8838 University Place, Detroit 2-1, M ichigan. Benaglio, R. Victor, B.E.E., 15438 Roselawn, Detroit 21, M ichigan. Bigham, George A., Jr., 33049 Alamo Ct., VVayne, Michigan. Binkley, Murray W., B.M.E.. 1233 Chilver Rd., VVindsor, Ontario. Blatz, Robert, E., B.Ae.E., 19491 Cherrylawn, Detroit 21, Michigan. Bonar, Joseph V., B.M.E., 545 Lenox, Detroit 15, Michigan. Brennan, Donald J., B.S., 9057 Crane, Detroit 13, Michigan. Brodie, Gilbert J., B.Ch.E., 6553 Calhoun, Dearborn. Michigan. Bruce, David O., A.Ar.E., 1750 Iroquois, Detroit, Michigan. Budzynski, Ted J., B.M.E.. 636 Stanley, Windsor, Ontario. Cinat, Louis J., B.Ae.E., 714 Tuscarora Street, VVindsor, Ontario, Canada. Clauss, Francis J., B.Ch.E., 17587 Birchcrest, Detroit 21, Michigan. Coughlin, James, B.M.E., 16922 Monica, Detroit 21, Michigan. Creteau, Owen C., B.M.E., 16523 Wisconsin, Detroit 21, Michigan. Cummins, Kenneth D., B.C.E.. 335 Ashland Rd., Detroit 15, Michigan. Decker, Carl Wm., B.M.E,, 13730 Troester, Detroit 5, Michigan. Dedow, Robert T., B.M.E., 22236 Grove, Detroit 19, Michigan. Deitrick, Donald J., B.Ch.E., 8047 Prairie, Detroit, Michigan. Diehl, Corman J., B.Ch.E., 3435 Brantford Rd., Toledo 6, Ohio. Digneit, William J., B. ME., 891 W. Bethune, Detroit 2, Michigan. Dixon, Norman B., B.Ch.E., P. O. Box 121, Amhersthurg, Ont., Canada. Dozois, James H., B.M.E., 5036 Avery, Detroit 8, Michigan. Duane, Raymond R., B.Ae.E., 1262 Whittier, Detroit 30, Michigan. Duncan, John E., B.M.E., 36 Elm Court, Grosse Pointe 30, Michigan. Q Q 13 Ez' fl. 5 fb m Of I 9 91' S6 college of Dun1op,JohnR.,B.M.E., e n 9 l n e e r I n 18040 Archdale, Detroit 19, Michigan. Duzey, Orest O., B.M.E., 1728 Ford Blvd., Windsor, Ontario. Farley, John M., B.Ae.E., 12436 Tuscora Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Fisher, Charles A., Jr., B.M.E., 178 VV. Cambourne. Ferndale, Michigan. 10 9 C'C1Ild1dClfSS for Degz ees , A ' Q 1- fi " : Q F Q if Y- 3 , ,- 1 . , , .. H. , K ,W v ., C, -r QL .. 1. L4 .1 L L s.,' t:. - .. X.,-, 1. 4- 12 13' Flament, Paul W., li.L'.l'1., 10514 Clifton Blvd., L7lex'eland,Ul1io. Fortune, Garry T., B.E.1i., 394 Pine Street, XYindsor, Ontario. Fucinari, Peter L., B.1vl. li., 0070 Pennsylvania, Detroit 13, Michigan. Gagnon, Roger C., .-X.B. and B..AXe.li.. 6056 lilriand, K'lontreal,1'.Q. Gallagher, john J., BAL-. li., 16305 Munn Rd., Cleveland 11. Ohio. Garry, Thomas J., B.Ae.E., 17321 VVisconsin, Detroit 21, Michigan. Genga, Albert, B.M.E., 1502 Pierre, VVindsor, Ontario. Gerlach, Philip G., Jr., B.Ch.E., 4304 Rnckinghain Rd., Detroit 24, Michigan. Gleason, Frank K., l3.E.E., 1331jackson Ave., River Forest, Illinois. Godo, Nicholas, B.Ch.E., 1479 Parent Blvd., VVindsor, Ontario. Gollon, Lucian V., BCE., 2403 Florian, Hamtramck 12, Micliigaii. Goodyear, C. R., B.M.'E., 16874 Normandy Ave., Detroit 21, Michigan. Greiner, Francis M., jr., B.M.E.. 1360 Fnheldft.,VVil1owRun, Michigan. Gross, Robert R., H.M.l2., 1103 Beaconsfield, Grosse 'Pointe 30, Michigan. Grote, Raymond J., B.Ae.E., Box 157, Kalida, Ghio. Grzybowski, Edward C., B.Ae.E. 5049 Daniels, Detroit 10, lllichigan. Hafeli, Henry W., 13.1Xl.1i., 14022 Yolanda, Detroit 12, M ichigan. Hanson, Harlan L., B.M.E., 1892-l San juan Dr., Detroit 21, 1Xlichig:in. Hatalsky, William, B.:'Xe.E.. 2668 Carpenter, Detroit 12, Michigan. Hatch, James E., B.Ae.lEI., 15392 Indiana Ave., Detroit 21. lllicliigan. Hebert, Clarence C., lsl.:Xc.l'I., 31 Algona Ave.. Sault Ste. Marie. Ontario. Hengesbach, Kenneth P., B.M.E., 18016 Hillgrove, Cleveland 19, Ohio. Hillebrand, joseph W., B.M.E., 191-16 Santa liarbara Drive, Detroit 21, Xl ichigan Hindenlang, Arthur W., B.Ae.E., 2-ll-26 1-15th Ave., Rosedale 10, N. Y. Hines, Raymond F., B.Ch.Ii., 1483 Lawrence, Detroit 6, lil ichigan. Hull, Edward J., B.M.F., 17312 Steel, Detroit 21, Michigan. Ignatowski, Alvin F., B.Ae.E., 1934 N. Edgemont, Los Angeles 27, Calif. Isringhaus, Elmer A., jr., B.M.E., 17490 Cameron, Detroit 3, Michigan. janik, Francis J., jr., H..tXe.E.. 281 May Street, Buffalo ll, New York. jenny, Raymond K., B.M.E., 911 Shaw Street, Utica, New York. johnson, john D., B.M.E.. 2543 Lakewood, Detroit 15, Michigan. johnson, William E., B.Ae.E., 551 Hollywood, Detroit 3, Michigan. Kalvelage, Charles F., B.C.E., 12104 Monica, Detroit 4, Michigan. Karchon, Alexander M., 127 E. Greendale, Detroit, Michigan. Kopczynski, Chester J., B.C.E., 13800 Castleton, Detroit 27, M ichigan. Kosek, Thomas P., B.M.E., 8144 Marion Street, Detroit 13, Michigan Kubiak, Raymond W., B.M.1i., 918 Sibley, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Kurajian, George M., B.M.E., 44 Avalon, Detroit, Highland Park 3, Michigan Martin, Arthur B., B.M.E., 18051 Stanshury, Detroit 21, Michigan. Martz, Arthur F., jr., 1260 Bishop,Grosse1'ointe30,Michigan. McDonald, Richard W., B.C.E., 5220 Hecla, Detroit 8, Michigan. McEachern, Hugh A., BME., 4003 St. Clair, Detroit 14, Michigan. Millar, Stewart A., B.Ch.E., 13615 Archdale Dr.. Detroit 27, Michigan. Minnich, Daniel J., B.E.E., 22172 1.amhrecht, Fast Detroit, Michigan. Orlowski, Louis S., B.Ar.E., 901 Bridge Street, Charlevoix, Michigan. Pendergrass, William F., B.M.E., 14408 Lauder, Detroit 27, Michigan. Peterson, Roy B., B.C.E., 14647 Turner, Detroit 21, Michigan. Pheney, Thomas B., B.M.E., 17354 Barlow, Detroit 4, Michigan, Pillon, Raymond A., B.M.E. 101 Patrice Dr., Riverside, Ontario. Pinkelman, Theodore B., B.M 403 W. Central, Toledo, Ohio. Quell, Bernard S., B.E.E., 4541 Holcomb, Detroit 13, Michigan. Ramsauer, Francis J., B.E.E., 23120 Seneca, Royal Oak, Michigan. Redner, Roland A., B.M.E., 29845 West 13 Mile Rd.,i'i8Tl111l1g1K111, Michigan Roberts, Raymond J., B.M.E., 145 Charles Street, River Ronge 18, Michigan. Ryan, John D., B.M.E., 1948 Delaware, Detroit 6, Michigan. Seraiin, Walter T., B.Ae.E., 13193 Moenart, Detroit 12, Michigan Sherwood, David, B.M.E., 929 Balfour, Grosse Pointe 30, M ichigan. Simrod, Gerald, B.S., Arch. Eng., 476 Parent, Windsor, Ontario. Slavin, Michael, NMI., 417 S. Port Crescent Street, Bad Axe, Michigan Smith, William H., B.E.E., 14826 Stansbury, Detroit 27, Michigan. Candidates for Degrees Solway, John J., B.L'.li., 1096 Louis Ave.. NK'inclsor, Ontario Stanko, Ernest S., B.E.E., 828 Distel, Detroit 9, Michigan. Stuecker, John H., 2544 Sharon. Detroit 9, Michigan. Szpak, Edward Z., B.E.E., 3079 Bliss Ave., Detroit 1.2, Michigan. Teasel, Richard C., B.M.E., 870 Seward, Detroit 2, Michigan. Tempka, john A., B.E.E., Box 38, Bridgeport, Ohio. Van Antwerp, Francis J., B.C.E., 8443 Midgarden Pl., Detroit 10, Michigan. Varga, Joseph E., B.C.E., 8546 Prest, Detroit 28, M ichigan. Walters, H. Howard, B.Ch.E. 14914 Northlawn, Detroit ll, Michigan. Willoughby, Edward, B.C.E., 7539 Ferry, Grosse Ile, Michigan. Witkowski, joseph S., B.Ar.E., 5111 Ogden, Detroit 10, Michigan. Wolf, Marvin R., B.E.E. 19214 Santa Barbara Drive, Detroit 21, Michigan Wuerth, Robert C., B.E.E., 12183 Cloverlawn, Detroit 4, lXllichigan. Wysocki, Robert, B.E.E., 8254 Chamberlain, Detroit 9, Michigan. Yamauchi, Thomas T., B.E.E., cfo Manresa, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. college of engineering Lf M9151-fill 1 ff' ,,.K'19?4 X , 1. 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W .xr A xy as alpha chi tau , .J y l, 653462 S President ...... ....... J ane M. Kay l ly yi Vice-President. . . . . .Arlowyn M. Natche Q jf Secretary .... .... M ary A. Donnelly ix MCLZRZ-Ly ll Treasurer .... .... B arbara B. Kloka X Scribe ..... . . .Mildred I. Sloch l rl Moderator. . . .... Dean Helen Kean Canfield, Jeanne M. Compton, Ruthe M. Donnelly, Mary A. Dox, Elizabeth Mary Eberhardt, Cherie A. Fetz, Francis E. Kay, M. Jane Kloka, Barbara B. McCartin, Shirley J. Natche, Arlowyn M. Reigner, Margaret Sloch, Mildred I. 158 NATIONAL JESUIT HONORARY SOCIETY McDonald, J Apruzzese, Ralph Arbour, Fra 's V Charbonneau Clauss, F ' J Farrell, Warren S Fucinari, Pet L. Hand, Michael J. Lyons, James R Teasel, Richard C. President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Moderator. . . alpha sigma nu XM . . . .Louis H. Charbonneau . . . . .Francis Wheeler . . . .Richard C. Teasel . . . . . . . .Ralph Apruzzese . . .Rev. Burke O'Neill, S. J. 159 NATIONAL ACTIVITIES HONOR SOCIETY I wh ffm I X X ,Q S K f Z President ...... ..... P aul J. Pickner 2 , E it If 5 -"Z: Vice-President ...... .... R ichard J. Pfeiffer F KW ' 1'--'N Xi Q Corresponding Sec. .... .... F rancis A. Hand Q Treasurer ......... .... V incent F. Arbour Charbonneau, L. H. Fisher, Alben G Grobbel, Gerard L. Gudaitis, William V. H Hand, Michael J. H H PfeifTer i 160 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY Benaglio, R. V Tempk J h A Yamau I1 Th T X kappa nu President ...... ...... B ernard S. Quell Vice-President .... .... T homas T. Yamauchi Secrefary ........ ....... A rthur Martz Bridge Secretary .... . . .John A. Tempka Treasurer ........ .... V ictor Benaglio 161 pi kappa delta NATIONAL HONORARY FORENSIC SOCIETY Qggjiez. President ....... ...... A nne Schultz Vice-President ...... .... B arbara B. Klolca Secretary-Treasurer .... . . .James M. Crowner SZ Corresponding Sec. .... .... J ames Broderick x 4 f R l XX, 0.1 Crowner, James M. Fitzpatrick, Frank A. Gudaitis, William V. Han-d, Michael J. Kloka, Barbara B. Mandugo, William B. Schultz, Anne E. Smith, Donald J. Smith, Edmond O. Wilder, John R. 162 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY Bates, Robert A. pi tau gigmq Brennan, Donald J. Budzynski, Ted J. Digneit, William J. Eusani, Richard S. Fucinari, Peter I.. Hanson, Harlan L. lspinghaus, E. A., Jr. Jenny, Raymond K. Kuraiian, George M. Pheney, Thomas B. Yamauchi, Thos. T. i V l President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... O f em Z X I 4 . . . . . Richard C. Teasel . . . . . . . .William Digneit . . . .Elmer Isringhaus . . .Gino Sovran 163 sigma rho tau NATIONAL ENGINEERING HONOR SPEECH SOCIETY P President. . .I . .... Francis Abate g N Vice-President .... John Basanese - X 0 fx K WW Secretary Raymond HLnes X .... . . . I ' ,""'Vf! Treasurer .... . . .Robert Hop ins all Z! Q Moderator. . . Prof. H. O. Warner A Cu ff f ig! f L rue. f lf,,C' 'X 'fax v W W L II1 Y X I Champine, John G. Gollon, Lucian V. Hanson, Harlan L. Hines, Raymond F. Hopkins, Robert H. Serafin, Walter T. Stanko, Ernest S. Stuecher, John H. Tempka, John A. Wolf, Marvin R, lf 3-I tau NATIONAL ENGINEERING HONOR SOCIETY pl Benaglio, R. Victor Clauss, Francis J. Hatalsky, William Hatch, James E. Pheney, Thomas B. Teasel, Richard C. Tempke, John A. Duane, Raymond R. Hebert, Clarence C. Martz, Arthur F., Jr. President ...... Vice-President ...... Recording-Secreta ry Corresponding Sec. Moderator ....... .VW HZ! ogxlbi ' I T., .2 -" X 0 0 eo SWAXQX . . . . . - . . 0 .Victor R. Benaglio . . .Arthur F. Martz . .Peter J. Fucinari Thomas Yamauchi . Prof. T. C. Hanson 165 Fraternity and Sorority Members Not Pictured Alpha Sigma Nu: llilliam Broderick: XX'illiam llull: lidward lNlcNaniara: lfrancis XYheeler: David llinks. Alpha Chi Tau: Elizabeth L. Purcell. Eta Kappa Nui l'iCl'llill'tl S. Quell: .Xrtliur Klartz. Pi Kappa Delta: Robert Smith: 'lames liroderick. Pi Tau Sigma: Gino Sovran. Sigma Rho Tau: lfraucis .Xbateg .lohn liasanese. Tau Beta Phi: liillir Sovran: Thomas T. Yamauchi: Raymond K. -lenny: lflmer A. lsringhausl Robert E. lllatz 3 -loseph li. Yarga: ll. lloward XX'altcrs: XX'illiam il. Digneit: Philip G. Gerlach, Alpha Chi: Charles Remen. Alpha Epsilon Delta: Gerald G. Klalooly: .lulien R. Claus: Robert hl. Mclieon: Robert L. lleritier: XYalter R. Klarch: Gabrial P. Nligala: Robert lieach: ,lohn li. Thompson: Emory H. Parke: George lirates. Alpha Gamma Upsilon: Robert l. Gray: Robert tl. McGuinis3 Edwin Smith, hlr. Alpha Kappa Psi: Francis Dl. U'Donoghue: Stanley T, Baryj: Douglas R. Hauer: Harold A. liownian: lfrancis P. lireen: Xlvalter .X. liurnett: XYalter C. Cislo: Albert ,l. Geisler: .lames C. Hogan: Qlames L. Markeyl Chester .X. Petoskey: XYalter M. Reckinger, lr.: George l. lYisner: Thomas H. lYright. Alpha Omega: Robert Moss: Louis Corzeck. Chi Sigma Phi: XYilliam Lombard. Comoro: Yirginia Fitzgerald: Elizabeth L. Purcell. Delta Phi Epsilon: liertram llarrigan: Edward Lalfevreg 'lanies Brogan: .lanies G. D':Xlessandro: Leo .lohn Elbert 3 Theodore lisser: .loseph Ferris: Robert Girourd: Bud Heise: .lohn McGrath: Ronald H. Nicholas: Ronald H. Nicholas: Michael Zdeb. Delta Pi Kappa: Nlichael Vlones: Fredrick il. Murphy: .lohn Simmons: Edmund Smith: George E. Smith: Francis Steele: 'lames Tedesco. Delta Sigma Delta: blames Barone: Felix Paul .Xbaldo: lVilliam Appleyard: Stanley L. .-Xrdziejewski: Ray- mond gl. liordeau: XYilliani M. Carroll: Haig D. Garabedian: Patrick Garety: George H. Guest: Frederick T. Hamm: Richard S. llazen: Setsuo Nlatsura: Robert sl. Pinney: Charles R, Schmidt: .lohn A. XYard: Yictor Zurakowski. Delta Sigma Pi: Patrick liushall : hlolin Gavigan. Delta Theta Phi: Charles Rodgers : .'Xrmand P. Carpentier: Patrick Duffy : lohn li. Flannery: Paul E. Grieder: Kenneth S. Halsey: Robrt 'l. Kuhn: Thomas E. Maher: blames VV. McKnight: Sven Mogelgaard, hlr.: lidward rl. U'Leary: .lames R. D'Leary: Edward Pfaffenberger: Roman Ol. Snow: Robert li. Sullivan' lfrancis R. Swaney: George NV. Young: Edward V. Madden: Williaiii F. Clark. v Gamma Eta Gamma: .lolm XY. .Xnsanieg XX'illiam E. Booth: .loseph Brom: Carla A. Hutrum: Dale Campbell: Llohn P. Cannon: Paul ul. Carron: Xlialter P. Cynar: Charles Dean: Duane Dunick: Vincent Nl. Dunn: Richard gl. lfrost: Philip Gillis: .lohn XY. Hoil'man : Henry Hughes: Williaiii sl. Kane: -lohn Kilbane: Francis -l, Rinzinger: Xylllllilll lfronner: Charles Maloney: lohn Maloney: Philip Marco: Robert L. Marshall: Rod- man Kloesta: 4 Jliver Nelson: Mathew M. Nowak: Ralph T. Oberle: Emmet Paddon: hloseph Pfister: Peter l', Plante: George lf. Radeckerg George D, Ramsery, lr.: blames Rowland: Edwin T. Scheper: Wfilliani ll. Sheey : Tlionias ml. Shelly: .losepb Smith: Charles Stanzak: Harry S. Stark, lr.: Robert Stojanovich: liert L. Striph: -loseph Sullivan 3 Thomas Thomson: Daniel Violante: ,lohn VV. Vogel: Frederick VVilson : .lohn A. XYilson: lfrancis li. XYriglit: Chester Ziemba. Magi: Thomas .Xtl'eldt: Sid liaker: Donald liyerlein: Arthur Duris: Albert Fisher: XYilliam Hayes: Rovert Rogers: hloseph Rouen: Robert Tapert: Robert Tighe. Phi Gamma Nu: lfrances Steinle: Xlary Cullenaine: Mary Davie: Margaret Mary Douds: ,loyce Farley. Psi Omega: Robert C lX'ood1 Sigismund sl. Rovack: Alfred D. Austin: Edward D. Piober: Edward hl. liornin- ski: Louis bl. Deperrog Robert H, Digby: Samuel Portino: VVilliam R. Fortino: David li. Poster: Edward ll, Nlacfarland: Ralph Northlelfer: Lawrence C. Piziali: Earl Rambo: Martin il. Snider: .lohn Sokol. Rho Gamma Zeta: Dolores lland : .Nun fXlacGillivery: Clare Larin: Patricia VYatrous: Rosemaree McClarty: Nlargaret Kelly: Klargaret liaker: Rosemary Derylo: Mary Lou Kupfer: Rosemary McCaulay. Sigma Delta: Klargaret lfarneyg Gloria Polom. Tuyere: Gordon Nlillar: Charles DeCoster: hloseph Gorman: Robert Graham: Kenneth E. Smith: Vern Guminskig Gerald llalleck: Richard lleathtield: Rod Craves: Richard Hyde: Donald Lynch: Donald Nliilikowsliig Robert Nlcfoy: Robert Mclieogh: .lohn McRae: Victor Nawrocki: Louis Rice: George Schrieber: Sherwood Shantz: David Sherwood: .loseph Stoker: Donald Terrien: Edmund VValsh: Ralph Yccklcv. Upsilon Delta Sigma: liruce Newsted: Richard lrlumbg Lawrence Dorinal: Lawrence Henrich: Bruno Leon: Robert Low: ,loscpli Vintze. Bl,4 ZQA Xl affsswg l I alpha chi 165 OO Bartz, Edward Brennan, H. J., Jr. Carell, William A. Digneif, William J. Forberg, John I.. Gillespie, John M. Gordon, William if. Larivee, Marvine E. Moons, Robert J. Noonan, John F. O'Malley, Henry W. Roach, James R. Rowley, Mark C. Shanahan, John J. Watko, Edward S. President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer. . . Sgt.-at-arms. . Moderator. . . GENERAL SOCIAL FRATERNITY . . .Henry J. Brennan . ..... William Digneit . . .Henry W. O'Malley . . .John J. Shanahan . . .Charles Kemen .....Prof. May A , R.-I - N ',- .x g L! ie ric , eorge . Fitzpatrick, F. W Markey, James L. Mulqueen, Geo. L. Nolta, Francis G Ostrowski, Arth Sphire, Raymond D. Thomas, Raymond F. Trevisan, Edward A Wooster, William E. alpha A O NATIONAL PRE-MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL e FRATERNITY President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer. . . Historian .... Pledge Master Moderator delta . . .Edward A. Trevison . . . . .Gerald A. Bruce . . . .George C. Dietrich . . . .George L. Mulqueen . . . Frederick Fitzpatrick . . .James L. Markey Prof Leo E. Buss 169 alpha gamma upsilon 170 fllhv Wx NATIONAL GENERAL SOCIAL FRATERNITY President .... . .Darrell H. Chamberlain Vice-President. . . .... Clare D. lmhol'T SGCYGTGYY- - . .Wallace M. Bagozzi TYGUSUYGY- - ..... John P. Corsi Sgt.-at-arms. . . .Theodore Z. White Ammon, Richard C. Bagoui, Wallace M Beaupre, Robert W. Chamberlain, D. H. Corsi, Jack P. Doran, Walter T. Einheuser, L. Robert Fredericks, Jack Fromm, Fred A. Gavrilek, Robert C. Grady, John L. Imhoff, Clare D. Markstrum, Lloy-d V McDonald, Jesse T. Mohr, William T. Richards, John H. Robinson, James M. Shelata, Martin T. Ta nski, Richard J. Van Wormer, Harry C., Jr. Van Wormer, H. C. Vogel, Clarence N. Wagerson, R. S. Wallace, A. J. President ...... . Vice-President. . . . S . . ,. le- ,, . . Tflllllf .,,Q.. 6 C4 Chaplain ...... M f ft :CCE . as ero rl ua Moderators I' lxpl ...Ri ard J. Brown rancl J O'Donoghue Patrick P Costello Warren S Farrell M vmJ Polewach Wll am D Gllbrlde r OscarC Schnlcker Mr Bert Rleves COMMERCE PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY a kappa sr Angott, Thomas Arbour, Fran V Betka, Thomas C. Boyle, John E. Brown, J. Richard Capo, Michael R J Costello, Patrick P Duffield, Robert W. Faber, William J. Fallon, John E. Farrell, Worr Foody, John S. Franek, Anth Gauthier, Paul E. Gilbride, Willi D Kornieck, Thomas V. Lapchuk, Stan J. Polewach, Marv Quinlan, James M Roy, Jerome J. Ry Charles C an, arvin Souer, M L Walt er, Linn A. 7 chi sigma phi be X . , , President. . . Vice-President Secretary. . Treasurer. . Sgt.-at-arms. . 172 MN ..John J. Fernlund . . . . .Wm. Lombard . . . .Ernest S. Stanko . .Bernard G. Malewitz . .James Witiowski Abate, Joseph H. Bates, Robert A. Cummins, K. D. Decker, Carl W. Drinane, Daniel E. Felice, Emmanuel G Fernlund, John J. Fisher, Charles A. Flaherty, Richard l. Hanson, Harlan l. Hillebrancl, J. W. Keegan, Michael J. Kubialc, R. W. Kuhl, Richard J. Nlalewitz, B. G. Minnich, Daniel J. Parthum, Joseph J. Pendergrass, W. E. Pheney, Thomas B. Pinkelman, T. B. Quell, Bernard S. Redner, Roland A. Roberts, R. J. Serafin, Walter T. Stanlco, Ernest S. Stuecker, John H. Teasel, Richard C. Tempka, John A. Walch, William N. Witkowski, J. S. Zweng, Donald J. President .... Vice-President. . . Corresponding Sec.. . Recording Sec.. . Treasurer ..... Pledge Mistress. . Social Chairman. . Moderator ..... nhut, Louise E. arr, Marilou arron, Patricia A. hisholm, Jacqueline roley, Elaine J. igby, Joan M. onahue, Dolores A. ox, Elizabeth M. anzel, Sylvia M. orsuch, Joan A. aines, Joan iggins, Mary P. eller, Ellen L. ern, Mary L. ern, Theresa A. ilcoyne, Kathryn oerber, Dorothy J. oester, M. Lois fons, Phyllis A. lencotti, Gloria L. lorelli, Mary lorrissey, Eileen M. Pspak, Patricia A. enaud, Mary Lou eno, Ellen T. ampson, Barbara A. mith, Joyce C. purgeon, Joan K. leele, Nancy Ann ullivan, Regina A. Vawryk, Helen I. Sf3vfH,fB3.7, 3nS1Fif5WiW'7' . .Sylvia M. Ganzel . . . .Joan Spurgeon Barbara A. Sampson . . .Phyllis A. Lyons . . .Mary Morelli . .Mary L. Nelson . . .Ellen A. Keller . .Dean Helen Kean COI11OI'0 .gr-,..1,,.W - ,f ,FV s 1 9 ef X. 4'-l X 'C 1 ,. .. , Q V 1 -.V-.. N.. .-Q.. , . fb.. , Nl ' Vial xg 1 - ,f-ff. . Q: ' ' :f P'-"+"":..,VA-4" ,. ."' .5 A fy. v .t , -6--ire yet- if L 'T it M if 1 L, A s. g 11 1 J i l fu all J J . Q sw .tt .J . . fi 5 il iii? lsr -1 2 t ' :wi "1 U N if .JJ 4.l 'T' . W Nr lt :ssl fli .U Q. M X X 1 . j ir. A tv N I. fl ,il Lk' pix csv' 1 N 1' Li. .... - if 53,39 Mff. .tg fisxxxlrg 9224 -z,, ' GIWMK gow. .JN 73 delta phi ep ilon rx .,l,.fJ O, - sl 0 FOREIGN TRADE PROFESSIONAL President .... Vice-President . . Secretary .... Treasurer. . . Moderator. . . 174 FRATERNITY A . . .Thomas F. Russell . . .Bertram Harrigan . . .James F. Costello . . .Edward LaFevre . . .Dr. Jose Espinosa Andrews, Wm. J. Apruzzese, Ralph Beightol, Ernest l. Costello, James F. Eichenlaub, J. L. Elliott, Frank M. Hurlahe, Hugh H. O'Donnell, Wm. J. Russell, Thomas F. Schneider, louis, Jr. Squires, C. H., Jr. Williams, Francis W. Wilson, John R. 6? 1 Z 11 itch fl' 1 La QFD nhl, M J! I x 'ry, Thomas L. rk, Robert H. an, Thomas E. made, Roy J. Iwner, James M. Beau, John J. kson, leo J. rn, John L. llacher, Chas. J. rbarino, Victor E rbbel, Gerard L. daitis, William V. nd, Michael J. nd, Francis A. vin, Patrick l.. iffer, John B. ahan, John J. tres, Stanley l.. verson, Eldon B. 'nas, Richard T, lhen, John K. X xi JOURNALISM FRATERNITY President ..... Vice-President ...... Recording-Secretary. . . Corresponding Sec.. . . Treasurer pi kappa . . . .Richard T. Tarnas . . .Charles C. Gallacher . . .Eldon B. Severson . . .Francis A. Hand . .Robert H. Clark 175 delta sigma delta RA QQQXQW y c Q ocsoooe lf 176 VW DENTAL PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer. . . Moderator. . . . . . . .Paul G. Zamzok . . . .Stewart W. Helfrich . . . .James V. Barone . . . . . . .Francis P. Blake . . Dr. Stephen Applegate Alb tG g K neth D. Bl k Francis P. C ington, W, B., Jr. G Il tt R C. H If h Stewart W. Sl P l C. Z kPlG delta COMMERCE PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY a ' f v . X , pl President ........ X. . . . . . .John F. Joliat Senior Warden. . . f . . Q. . . . . .Robert L. Fregolle Junior Warden. . . . . .... Robert Murphy Scribe .......... ."f"fl. . . . . . .William Loughlin ax A 53 . Treasurer ........ . . .U - . ...... John Gavngan Master of Ceremonies .... . .f' ..... Gerald D. Hoetger -ks-Z v-Y' Altholf, Richard J. Fregolle, Robert L. Frick, Henry M. Kindelang, Victor G. Hoetger, Gerald D. Hubbard, Bryant D. Joliat, John F. Laughlin, William G. Marcelli, Paul, Jr. McCabee, George D. Murphy, Arthur J. Murphy, Robert L. O'Keefe, Robert E. Pickner, Paul J. Platte, Donald G. Pulford, David W. Thomas, Fred J. Towsley, George B. Wilso, Phil. J. 7 delta theta phi LAW PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY BeGele, Ge-org L E . Chirco, Peter l. Clark, William F. Donaldson, LaV. J. Enright, John T. Ferris, John G. Greenup, Leo A. Hand, Michael J. , Philip A. Loughrin, Richar Kaiser Manwaring, C., ll Mogelg d N. aard, S. A. O'Mara, Aloysius B Reinert, Albert C. Rice, Wayne G. Shaheen, S. G. Smith, B. Tarnas, Richard T. Tedesco, Jas. J., J Van Wiemeersch, Robert P. Werner, Robert E. 178 Dean ...... . . .Ward B. Smith Vice-Dean. . . . . .Charles Rodgers Tribute ....... .... J ames J. Tedesco ffl Clerk of Rolls ...... . . .Richard N. Loughrin Clerk of Exchequor. . . .... S. George Shaheen Master of Ritual .... .... A loysius B. O'Mara Bailiff ......... .... W illiam F. Clark X Moderator. . . . . .Prof. Merle E. Blake LAW PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY Chancellor .... Vice-Chancellor. . Recorder . . . Quaesto Bailiff. . f . Sheriff. . Judex. . Tipstave Ellis R. VanHoesen Louis S. Bernadette .Richard J. Golden Marcellus Wooten . .Duane A. Parkes Harold E. Mountain . . .Chester Ziemba . . Anthony Jacobs 'Uh Nik gamma eta gamma Alandt, Clarence J. Barnes, William E. Barrett, William C. Beach, John J. Bernadotte, Louis S Dwyer, Th omas J. Gallagher, Thos. H. Gieryn, Richard T. Golden, Richard J. Grabowski, Z. Harvey, Richard A. Huber, Harry S. Jacobs, Tony Kiefer, John B. Koperski, Robert L. Lukas, Edwin J. Lukomski, Q. J. Mallory, Robert R. Mountain, H. E., Jr. Murphy, James W. Onderko, Stephen T Parkes, D. A., Jr. Rady, John M. Roskopp, John G. Rossie, James J. Sanborn, K. N. Soullier, John E. VanHoesen, Ellis R. Wooten, M., Jr. O ARTS SOCIAL FRATERNITY W Supreme Magnus. . . ........ Joseph J. Woods Vicarius Magus. . . .... Donnell P. O'Callaghan .V ,L I WZ Scribus Magnus ............. ........ W illiam J. Lee 2 Praefectus Thesaurii Magnus .... .... D avid V. Martin f Legatus Magus ............ ........ R obert Tapert if Moderator ...... .... D r. Francis Arlinghaus B fl tt, lewis G. Charbonneau, L. H. Duffield, Thomas A. Fisher, Albert G. Foerg, John W. Kessel, John H. lee, William J. Marlin, David V McNally, John F. Morang, Michael D. Noeizel, John l. O'Callaghan, D. P. O'Callaghun, J. l.. Woods, J. J. I WU o commence PROFESSIONAL sonolmv I President Vice-President. . . . . Corresponding . . , V Treasurer Scribe. . . Pledge Mistress. . . . . Recording Sec.. . . . Collins, Kathleen M. Cottrell, Patricia A. Cousino, Lois J. Crane, Jeanne E. Davitt, Therese A. Diehl, Mary B. Donnelly, Mary A. Emig, Molly M. Fetz, Frances E. Fischer, Lois A. Gouin, Jeanette E. Jaskiewics, Jackie S Jury, Mary Ann Kay, M. Jane Kowalczyk, Jane S. Krupa, Irene P. leBay, Antoinette lefevre, Bernice I.. low, Thelma G. McDonald, Iris S. McGrath, Mary T. Natche, Arlowyn N. Niepoth, Nancy A. O'Rourke, Patricia B. Perry, Frances M. Schmitt. Margaret T. Shumur, D. Jeanne Uch, Helen B. Vasilco, Susan Wall, Patricia T. Walker, Dolores M. Wunderlich, R. M. Ziraldo, Iris P. Q.w"c'v" CDD.-. WQQ. . Ugg.. l .... . . .Jane M. Kay . ary McGrath Jyeresa A. Davitt . . .Helen B. Uch . ..MaryAnnJury . . .Mary B. Diehl .. . .Frances Steinle L..-...l gamma nu 181 rho gamma zeta President ...... .... M adeline D. Assad Vice-President ...... . . .Marilyn J. Ruddon Corresponding Sec. .... ...... L illian G. Partlan Treasurer ........ .... E dwina J. Winningham -D G Pledge Mistress .... ....... M ary M. Zeimet Assad, Madeline D. Beiss, Betty J. Buckley, Mary-Helen Devey, Janie M. Kowalczylc, Regina Lawrence, Christine Mclntyre, Marie M. Partlan, Lillian G. Ruddon, Marilyn J. Schindler, lois M. Thomas, Shirley J. Timmis, Margaret C. Winningharn, E. J. Zeimet, Mary M. gf? sigm a Presldent J eane tte S Hor ozan leckl I Aanrud, Norann O. Beachler, Mary Jane Biener, Shirley J. Blake, Audrey A. Comer, Mary M. Freund, Mary E. Gontka, Jane J. Haggarty, Ann M. Harmon, Anne T. Horozanieclci, J. S. Joyce, Patricia E. Kastner, Lois Ann Kobe, Margaret M. Koehl, Mary A. lewandowski, G. D. Lyon, Jean Marie Marker, louise M. Mouilleseaux, Helen Nightingale, R. F. Pauls, Mary E. Rashid, Yvonne Saylor, Ruth M. Viski, Ethelynn M. Welp, Margaret l. Wesley, Yvonne R. Wielbik, Helen M. Willson, Charlotte tu yere ENGINEERING SOCIAL FRATERNITY K Grand Master ......... . . .Edward J.HuII fi f Assistant Grand Master. . . . . .Stewart Miller Q V Grand Scrive .......... . . .Urban A. Fisher 1 ,Q s Master of Finance. . . . . .Gordon N. Millar LE dl Blatz, Robert E. Fisher, Urban A., Jr Goodyear, C. R. Hanson, Ernest A. Hines, Raymond F. Hopkins, Robert H. Hull, Edward J. Johnson, John D. Johnson, William E laForest, Francis J McCoy, Robert J. Millar, Gordon H. Millar, Stewart A. Thomas, Rowe Vincent, Walter C. Wilhelm, Anthony F. 481 GENERAL SOCIAL FRATERNITY President .... vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer. . . Sgt.-at-arms. . Master of Rituals Moderator . . . Bruce Newsted Sidney L. Withrow Q Charles A. Duncombe .Cornell O. Dahel a John J. Toton Richard E. McKenzie . .Dr. B. F. Landuyt We Berry, Darrel E. Casper, James B. Dahel, Cornell O. Duncombe, Chas. A. Flis, Theodore J. Franelc, Anthony A. Freer, James J. Gannon, Daniel G. Giere, John E. Hamly, Robert B. Healy, Charles J. Masson, Bernard J. McKenzie, Richard E Mixer, Albert C. Pfeiffer, Richard J. Pociash, Walter Repicky, Richard M. Toton, John J. Turner, Kenneth E. Vincent, Walter C. Withrow, Sidney L. Zeimet, Eugene F. alpha omega Ch Ml R K h J e PllcD ldH ' O DENTAL PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITY Anger, Douglas Bogdanski, C. S. Collins, lawrence R. Maher, Joseph F. Weshalek olelfa omicron NATIONAL MUSIC SORORITY B lc Ag M INK, FRATERNITY 81 SORORlTY AWARDS Alpha chi One year scholarship fund to student entering the L'niversity, Alpha Kappa Psi Medallions are awarded to evening and day Commerce students with highest scholastic records for the tirst three college years. The fraternity with the highest acadennc average is awarded the .Xlpha lsappa Psi trophy. Comoro :X scholarship key is presented to the freshmen woman with the highest academic average. Delta Pi Kappa An editorial key is presented to the student on campus that has heen outstanding in the tield nl' journalism. Magi ' The freshmen and senior student of the Arts College with the highest scholastic average is awarded the Magi key. Pi Tau Sigma The Engineering student with the inost prominent scholastic record for the freshmen and sophomore years is awarded the Mechanical lingineering Handbook. Rho Gamma Zeta The freshman eoed that writes the hest English terin paper is awarded the Rho tlannna Zeta literary key. Sigma Delta A seientihe scholarship is awarded to the freshman with the highest science average. Q Tau Beta Pi The Engineering Handhook is presented to the student with the highest scholastic average during his freshman year. A slide rule is the award for the first two college years. Tuyere The lingineering student that is prominent for his citizenship and school spirit is presented with the Tuyere plaque. Upsilon Delta Sigma The basketball player with the highest total nuinher of points is awarded the Upsilon lielta Sigma trophy. 7 "Scribes Ball" September 20, 1947 Delta Pi Kappa "Football Frolic" October 4, 1947 Phi Gamma Nu-Delta Sigma Pi "Fall Frolic" October 19, 1947 Alpha Gamma Upsilon "Corinthian Ball" October 31, 1947 Alpha Epsilon Delta "Harvest Ball" November 8 Delta Sigma ancl sorority wr W- iw , , 1 f 1 'mmii iwwi MN 1 iw fx ' 1- . V W 11, N1 ,ww 'K 611,11 111 F Ni ii 5R1mL'1'i'e 111' F AF April 16, 1948 olonial Prom" May 7, 1948 Alpha Kappa Psi "Maytime Ball" M y 14, 1948 Upsilon Delta Sigma "Tower Ball" May 28, 1948 Comoro-Chi Sigma Phi l'ivil'ies x'rn -cunmcur. " . . . in schools and Universities there are seasons, festive' or sQie5inn"n'.'i',,Qi,' . wheniocademicalhacfs are not direcfedtowards, their. proper ends, 1 so ,rnuth as intended to amuse, fe'jdsfQnish,' ,to affrdtt . . ,'4' A ' A , . - V4i ,. I' ,,ic 1 ' 2 ' 9 some im-an nswmm - f ll! l V f 2 Z 2 . Qi .1 4 'Q K 1M 4 I 'v .' f 1 Hg,,x,y 4, x w 'Q 4 Wil Delta Pi Kappa "Scribes Ball" U M WW Phi Gamma Nu and Delta Sigma Pi "Football FroIic" X .. .. ... - W-- Fraternity and Sorority Dances Were High Spots on Our Social Calendar Alpha Epsilon Delta "Corinthian Ball" X X ,-. ,-X ,-.X f,-X , - f- A, i Amvets "Autumn Serenade Him It lj. . . . from September. . . I 3 2 i 3' "xi ' Sigma Delta "Harvest BaIl" Tuyere "Tuyere Ball" Alpha Chi "Assembly Ball" Upsilon Delta Sigma "Mayfime Ball" Dorothy McGrath reigned at the bonfire .... www . . . . as thousands strong, we gathered in the stadium . . . . . . and marched in force down Livernois .... K fi followed by floats . . . BAND W9 ,f Q V N 'AXX X X . 1 f 0 C . . . Upsllon Delta Sigma from Delta Pi Kappa . . Holden Hall 43 1 9 4 My fc , J af? N 1' 'H 3 vm . EAQQLE 1 VN f feffiiiii 1 - Ev: ,Q . o. . ff 49-:Y- 92,2914 v . 'XXV im W lv? 0.9, Q61 , fwv ' 5' 255, gf, 9 1 Oz Q , 'ev W -, 4Q5f1J'I' '9 1, ff. g 6 WV Wunchatameet Al Fisher and family fright? . . . I 24.4 was v " 'i , Jziwwhsyff Qs saw: 'W My ,Q wa gf, Art Hindenlang icenter right! won the first annual Tuyere Award . . . . . . Archbishop Mar Ivanios Cabovel, head of the Malankara rite, visited the University . . . V . . . . former Mayor Edward J. Jeffries was a featured speaker on the labor-management lecture series. HH EW 0 iff, . n"oo "git I Q' "'n'no1 ' 0 "p:o:e.o:, s'.'.o'l Q r' Qs wx ,V-M - x .A , Q, xy , i 'NT1'TQ" The University chapter of the National Federation of Catholic College Students con- ducted a drive during the year for the relief of students in Europe. Leroy Blake frightj heeds the plea for old textbooks. Helen Fisher and Chuck Duncombe gladly accept his gifts. In line with the drive, several campus or- ganizations put on benefit shows. At lower right: The Players in a scene from "Riders to the Sea." Right center: The Choral Club in its winter concert for Foreign Student Relief. The NFCCS and the Young Christian Students co-sponsored a variety show. Terry and Tom Brennan lleftl put on one of the acts in this show. ' Q FUR ' JI.' 4. Qt HELP . gy AID E133 -Ol. C?TIEE FGM' Z QQ i""'vunv' nf' 4' The University chapter of the American Red Cross put on a one day drive. Collecting and contributing are lfrom leftl Bob Israel Sue Keller, Barbara Kreutz, Mary Jane Canar, and .lack Parent. Chuck Duncombe lleftl and Al Mixer corn- pile results on the student poll operated by the School Spirit Committee of Upsilo-n Delta Sigma fraternity. Alpha Chi Tau, honorary activities sorority, received a plaque on which all members will be listed perpetually. From left: Cherie Eber- hardt, .lane Kay, Margaret Regnier, and Betty Purcell. I Members of the Radio Club try out the new transmitter which the University acquired this year. From left: Louis Kormendy, Guido Fer- rara, moderator, Gerald Garczynski, and Frank Gleason. Helen Wiggins serves up a dinner for the iudges in the annual "Cooking Contest." From left: Truman Stacey, moderator of publica- tions, Miss Wiggins, and Bill McMullen, editor of the Varsity News. Miss Kean, dean of women, was honored at the all-sorority luncheon held in the Fall. A mainstay on the photography staff, Dorothy Mctlutt is responsible tor much of the excellent technical work appearing in the Tower and Var- sity News. wee r Cf ,A The Aeronautical Engineering students built a model, radio controlled Flying Wing for the Engineering Show. From left: Russell Cornair, Robert Blatz, .lohn Rice, and Art Sullivan. The Engineers held their annual Slide Rule Dinner April 7. Main speaker at the affair was James W Parker fflghfl president of the Detroit Edison Company. Bud Guest Cleft: was the toastmaster. During the course of the evening the Tau Beta Pi scholarship award was presented to William C Mor rison lcenter Ieftl by Victor Benaglio. JI Isl The Engineering Show this year represented many long hours of work by members of all departments of the College. Working on their exhibit are Electrical students lupper leftj. From left: Robert Reust, Howard Currie, and Gerald Garczynski. In the upper righthand picture, Architectural students lfrom leftl Howard Koroly, Gerald Simrod, and Richard Lepere go over the model shopping center which was the exhibit presented by their department. Www it in Mala llower leftl Mechanical students tune up an engine for the Show. From left: Bernard Malewitz, Andrew Kasper, Stanley Urban, Richard Flaherty, and .lack Willet. flower rightl Jack Farley lleftl and Bill Hatalsky prepare an Areo exhibit. 205 SENICR BALL s-:fa 'iff A it ., , 3 KJ A l f' f' X if 4413 Chairman Joseph Woods and Miss Dorothy Disbrow. THE COMMITTEE Committee Members ......... Robert Dammang Helen Uchp Mary Donnellyg Terry Natchep Margaret Kobeg Albert Fishery Joseph A. Sullivanp John A. Tempkag George B. Tows- leyg Leben Weissp Raymond Hinesp Larry Collinsp Paul Zamzokp Clarence Alanclty War- ren Farrellg William Digneit. eww, QT!- , 1 f f ,,, , William Digneit, Miss Patricia McCourt and Mr, and Mrs. Warren Farrell. ..,.-0" J u N I0 R wi? Rt-splcmlt-nit in fllfllliilf-I and wliitt- tics with Q, wc clancccl until thc small lmurs of the niorning. . . . . . 'flu-n we liurricd to llctroitk l.atin Qnzirtcr wlierc the traditional junior Vroni- cnaclc- breakfast was ln-lil. THE COMMITTEE Chairman ........... ...... L ouis Bernadotte Committee Members. . .Sylvia Ganzel: Harry Mountaing William Broderickg Bud Fischerp Gerald Royg Thomas Betkap John Staffordp Marilyn Rucldony Steward Helfrich: Robert Wood. Moderators. . . ......... E. M. Steinbach Dr. Lyle E. Mehlenbacher Members of tlic Junior claws select the favoiw presented at the junior Vrornenarlc. 'cn' 21 18 OPHOMCRE 'S Q9 'www .F M. ,wi ..,, M ix Q Fi, it 5 5 5 l .s. j gs XA QUE Q Q , 6 S 4 WK ,iff at ii W6 '- 555 52' ,i "' ,lkx . '. A ' sg , f, , yy, ,. ff-Z ,K 9' ' af an 1' 1 72 ,. 5 Q , ,t, Q g , , 'W Q S' -.f Q 0 W it jteieft itt si 33 Q ggi Q vi lil 'li lg In lui-nfl-lily with lllt' Swplmmimmx- trzlflition il lmgt- slmwlmll was thc t'L'lllk'l' ul elaimu- rlt-fm'atiun COMMITTEE Committee Members . . .William Anderson, Robert Beauprep Jean Lyons: James Canham. I'1'im-R lun,wt'I'vp21l'lul-tll1,'t'Vt'ltlllg4's t'l1U,'l'l.HllllIll'lll .is th 1- Supllmnurcs wnnlnm-fl ilnmiimgg nlnlity :mil wits, 'ow' ,ww lik., XJ if ,A I ff' - 1 i , s '1 I N ty: -1 'iFRESHME Members of the Freshman class and their friends gathered at the Book Cadillac Hotel for this year's Fresh- man Frolic. THE COMMITTEE Co-Chairmen ......................... ........ T erry O'Connor Raymond Huettemann Committee Members ........................ Tim Collinsp Thomas Brennanp Jinx McCainp Virginia Ryanp Florence Demelikp Betty Isonp John Robbinsp John Frederickp Sylvester Knoblockp Joseph Raipisp Alvin Dudeckp Edward Godzinap Mary Lou Cullenp Richard Tobinp Charles Schooleyp Josephine Kennyp Thomas Dwyer. Committee members discussed plans for one of the most successful dances of the School season. AMERICA socnsr President ..... ...... J ohn Wing Vice-President . . . .James Gallacher Treasurer . . .... James Leddy E Secretary ....... . . .Mildred Mulchay Y ..,, Corresponding Sec. . . . . .Evelyn Crigger Faculty Moderator. . . . .Desmond Carney ln l9.38. nncler the tlirectiun nl linctrn' li. l., Henderson. the "Chem Huh" hecanie aftiliatecl with the .Xinerican Cheinical So- ciety, thus putting at the L'nix'ersity's tlis- posal national facilities uf pmfessiwnal ini- i lmcrrtzltlte. X This year's agenrla inclnflecl many activ il- ities, such as incwies on the Atomic litnnh. cleiiitmstratitms of glass hluwing, anfl talks on phi wtography. .... 4 The Father Kltmrrissey Merlal, an annual awarcl, is the goal ul all chemistry students. This medal is presented by The Society for outstanding wnrk in the tielcl of chemistry tn a stnclent un the L'niversity nt' Detroit cainpns. President ..... . .Raymond Hines Vice-President . . . .Arthur Zonder Secretary . . . . .James Garner Treasurer . .... Henry Baecker Counselor . . . .Dr. C. G. Duncombe listahlishecl tn turtlier the 1Jl'Ul.C5SlUllZ1l in- terests of the students of Chemical Engineer- ing. this wrganizatifm is nuterl for its lengthy pmgiitiii nt' yearly events. Starting in early fall, nienihers uf the Anter- ican Institute uf Chemical Engineers were making arrangements for their wirle range ol activities, including their National Meeting :infl Banquet. Uther events were the lectures on the "Pe- trnleinn lndustry," 'llegistratitm of llngi- neers," and the "Steel Inrlustry." Movies tfmk the high-light with such presentations as, "Nickel ancl Copper Mining in Canaria." "lflectruns .Xt XYnrl4"zL11rl"lf1'iirleflil llistil- lation." AMERICAN I Q L ENGINEERS t i 210 r I AMERICAN INSTI ICAL ENGINEERS ,. f .. Chairman ..... ..... L eo Costello Vice-Chairman ...... William Gaughan Secretary ..... .... D aniel Hurley Treasurer. . ......... .lo-hn Healy Moderator. . . . . .Prof. Harry Warner Students interested in the newest discover- ies of electricity find that the American ln- stitute of Electrical Engineers on the Univers- ity of Detroit Campus have all the answers. Fall meetings found this organization spon- soring a "get acquainted" gathering and talks on "Pulse Time Modulation" and "Tempera- ture Controls in Industry." Other activities included demonstrations on the newest developments in this field and a lecture on "Induction and Dielectric Heat- ing." A large enrollment is expected in the Col- lege of Engineering this fallg therefore plans are now being made for next year's events. President .... . . .Leo Uicker Vice-President . . . . . Leo McGough Secretary . . . . . Carl Barnett Treasurer . . . . . .To-m Madden Monthly meetings of the American Society of Civil Engineers are always centered about their guest speakers. Some of these guests were Mr. Paul Van Burkick, speaking on "The Qrigin of Vlleights and Measures," and Mr. Clyde Palmer. Representatives from this organization at- tended the National Convention of the Amer- ican Society of Civil Engineers held in Pitts- burgh this spring. Social events were also on the agenda when members met for an evening of entertainment at one of the spring meetings. AMERICAN Q Q ENGINEERS 211 AMERICAN sag Sf li-ECAL ENGINEERS President .... . . .Richard Teasel Vice-President . . . .Charles Ratzel Treasurer . . . . . .George Kuraiian Secretary . . . .Harlan Hanson Starting the season with their annual "Smoker," the members of the American So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers set up plans lor the coming year. The agenda included tours through the Detroit Edison Plant and the Great Lakes Steel Corporation. Fall and winter meetings found the group sponsoring such movies as "Ball Bearings," "Boilers and Power Plants." and lectures entitled, "Ice Research on Mount XN'ashing- ton," and "Diesel Power." Spring activities were high-lighted by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Regional Convention, and the annual Dinner- Meeting. Commander . . . Vice-Commander Finance Officer . . . Judge Advocate Adjutant ...... Chaplain ..... .Steven Trupiano . . . .John Tobin . . . . .Henry Frick .Edward Mielock Donald Janderoa . . . .James Kelly Service Ofticer ...... . . .Ruth Trupiano Public Relations Oflicer . . . .James Brock Provost Marshall . . . . .Frederick Synk Veterans on the University of Detroit cam- pus joined together at the close ol XVorld VVar Il to form their own organization, Amvets. Since their inauguration the group has sponsored many activities of a social llavor. ".-Xutumn Serenade" lead the agenda of early fall events, with their Dinner-Dance rounding out winter activities, March l7th was celebrated by the members with a Saint Patricks Day party and dance for members and their guests. Benefits available to the Veterans plus the latest VA. regulations are regularly discussed at their business meetings. 212 Amvets Architectural Society President ............ Joseph Witkowski Secretary-Treasurer ...... David 0. Bruce "Form follows function" is the major tenet of the University of Detroit Architectural Society. In keeping with this idea the group is striving to spread the philosophy of an architecture which not only is beautiful. hut also suitable for its purpose. The Society, well aware of the importance of a sound understanding of the role architec- ture will play in the future, is making plans for the formation of a student chapter of the American Institute of Architects. President .... . . .William Sharkey Vice-President . . . . . .Patricia Cottrell Secretary .... . . .Marian Driscoll Treasurer . . ....... .Iohn Champine Librarian . . . . . .Rosemary Fasabaugh Moderator . . . . . .Rev. Joseph Foley, S..l. Strains of "Carmen" and "Qld Man Riveru fill the Institute of Musical Arts corridors when the University's Choral Club gathers for an evening of song. Their repertoire includes semi-classical. popular and religious selections, old and new. Established in December of 1946, the Choral Club welcomed as members all stu- dents interested in music. lXIembers will remember December l5, 1947, as the date of their first off-campus pro- duction, when "XVinter Concert" was pre- sented at the Rackham Memorial. Rackham Memorial was also the scene of the group's "Spring Concert." 213 Cooley Law Club Chief Justice ......... . . .William Hull Senior Associate Justice. . .Marcus Wooten Clerk of Court. .Edward G. McNamara, Jr. Registrar of Exchequer .... B. Ward Smith Marshall ...... .... H arry S. Huber Parliamentarian . . . .Joseph G. Sullivan Inactive' :luring XYm'lrl Xxvlll' ll, 1110111111-1's gZllllt'I'f'fl in the winter ral l'7-l7 th 11-u1'gz111izc thch' Clula. lt was flcciclerl at this lm-L-tllmg that thc g'1'uup's activities wuulrl hc primarily ex- tra-c111'1'icula1' so that they might engage in I'111'er1sic pursuits not hllcrcrl as a rcgular cmlxwc. -lurlicial Il1'HL'C't'fllllgiS l'4n'm thc main point uf thc- wcelqly mcctings when lllClllllCl'S have the wppm't1111ity th discuss legal lll'UlJlClllS. Xlcmlmcrs of thc llctmit liar .XSSHClZ1tlUll act as gucst speakers at the twh ammal lunch- vfms, President .... . .Jerry Doyle Vice-President . . . .Lillian Baca Treasurer ......... . .Rudolph Nemes Recording Secretary .... . .Jane Gontko Corresponding Secretary .... Grace Green Publicity ..... . . . Josephine Galia Entertainment . . . . Edwin W. Klute The pmspcctivc iC2lCllQl' lcams all lJCl'illlL'lll facts nl the teaching p1'nfCssiu11 nut fmmrl in thc tcxt lmolqs tllffwllgll lllClNlJf.'l'SllllJ in thn- liflllffitlfvll Cluh, NlUllllllj'I1lCCtlllgS llml lmnuillcxltxlmcllllwrs Ht' thc p1'ufcssifn1 speaking tw ihc grmlp fm thc- nc-wcst puhlicatilnms anfl tlmc-mics un the arl wt' pc-flagwgy. ,Xctivitic-s inclurlc-fl talks Ull u'llCZlClllllg', lts .lfrys aml Sm'rrm'," uliflllfiltlflll ul the Heal," gg g g S ahfl "l11fl11c-mx-nl' Cfatlmrlllc liflllfilllllll rm Sm'- -- -1 ular l.1Ic-. Sturlc-nts intcrcstc-cl in spn-cial CflllC2lllUll spfnmsfnwl "Silcm'c," a rnfwic- cfmccrning thc :-rllwatmfm nl rlcaf clnlrlrcn. Education Club Flying Club President ..... . . . John Basanese Vice-President . . . . .Richard Deppisch Secretary .... . .William Mustard Treasurer . . . . .Anthony Wilhelm Moderator . . . . .Dr. Louis Adamson Air-ininded students interested in master- ing the principles and techniques of Hying can Find no better way than by joining the University of DGt1'Oit'5 Flying Club. This year's activities got underway with a gathering of old and new members to discuss club policy and draw up a plan of events. The center of activity was the drive by members of the organization to acquire their own air- plane. Annual Hying contests throughout the country find the University's Flying Club leading the list of award winners. President ..... . . .Aage Roed Vice-President . . . . .Frank Arrayo Secretary .... . .Conrad Gardon Treasurer . . . . .Nazar Bodia Moderator . . . . .Dr..lose Espinosa Norway, Cuba, slamaica. Baghdad . . . they are all represented in the University's Foreign Students organization. Joining in the spirit of friendship, this group has as its primary aim the acquaintance of foreign students with American customs and language. Realizing the conditions outside of Amer- ica, these students planned aid for the foreign students in other countries as their main activity for this year. Other events included visits to the press rooms of Detroit newspapers, a party and dance at the International club, and their an- nual summer outing. Foreign Students Urganization 215 President . . . Vice-President Secretary .... . Treasurer . . Moderator . . A- ' l,e Lercle Francais" has fur its purpose the pimiiintifiii tif the culture that is France. 'lihis is apparent at each meeting with the presentatitin of Freneli movies, lectures anrl plays. Movies helcl the important position on the 1n'gaiiizatifni's agenda with such films as, "l"reneh l'hilharmtinie Orchestra," "Le litnirgt-ise tientil ll+nnine" and Hl,0l1lS Pas- tenrf' liarly spring fnnnrl the group making elab- wrate plans fur the "t'wntinental Dance" anrl their animal summer outing. President .... . . .Shan Hagerty Vice-President ........... Michael Nader Secretary .... . Gertrude Lewandowski Treasurer . . ........ Shirley Biener Publicity . . . .... Patrick Wright Moderator . . . . . Joseph P. O'Reilly Die lientsehe Gesellschaft hoasts of the nnique Uliaffee Klatehf' a Cflllllllllflilflll ul mtifee ancl conversation, as a means of fur- thering interest in German Culture, ensttinis anfl language. lfall activities inelurlerl the movies entitlerl. "'l'he Orphan Hoy of Vienna." and "Sight- seeing in Germany." These were aeeompaniefl hy German ITll1siC. The annual theater party was helcl this spring at the Cinema 'l'heater when memhers put their ahility tri nnrlerstanrl fiernian tm grntnfl Use, French Club Ralph Apruzzese Ralph Obechaski . .Sandy LeFevre . . James Parks . . Denis .Ianisse HV N-1. Nlareh lst markerl the rlate uf the efmsfili- flatifin lil- the lifiwling llall anrl XleNiehnl lillllrs. Zlfi German Club his.. Gun Club Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Coach .... President ...... . . . Moderator .... . . . . . . Ro-bert Tobin Donald Braddock . . .Charles Blair Clarence Myrold . . . . .Frank Wood . Edwin Ro-thman Students on the University of Detroit cam- pus interested in becoming expert marksmen gg at can find no better way than by joining the Gun Club. manship. SCH1CStCI'S. Each Monday evening the members meet for target practice and instruction on the vari- ous types of guns and techniques of marks- The original membership of seven has now grown to fifty-two during the past two school Plans are now being made for a increased membership this fall plus the participation in state-wide contests in connection with similar Gun Clubs at other Universities. Chairman ...... ...... R ussell Cornair Vice-Chairman ....... Arthur Hindenlang Treasurer ...... ........ R obert Blatz Secretary . . . . . . Frank .lanik Members of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences started out the school year with tech- nical movies and guest speakers, such as Col- onel Burnett, Manager of the City Airport. On November 19th the Engineering show was introduced to the group, and plans for the event were made. Many of the interesting displays in the show include a radio controlled flying wing, jet models, and wind tunnel plans. The Slide Rule Dinner and the Aero- nautical Award Dinner were the high-lights of the Spring agenda. wsnruns or REAAQCAL sciences 217 INTERNA Tl CNS CLU President . . . .Ralph Apruzzese V X Secretary . . .Grace Green Moderator . . . .Dr. Tibor Payzs Nl:-itilicrs ul' tht- liitc-1'ii2itimi:1l lit-lzitimis Kltilwmztiiitziiiicrlzxsthcirtlit-mc'tliisyc-z1i""l'lic l'1iitt-rl St2ltt's iii XYnrlrl ,Xtl'ztirs." lfzicli iiicct- iiig trc-zttc-fl zt at-pztrzttc phztsc- wrt' this topic with such fll5L'llh5lllIl5 :ts "'l'lic Klzirslizlll l'lzm"z11ifl "'lilit- l'21lt-stiiic lssut-.H lhc- chili lilztvt-il hftst mice- signin tw Klr, Nmwiiztii liurhtt, liritish l,ztlmtir .Xttztclit-. ixll- other iiiipurtzuit cw-iit wus thc yiiiit 11106-ting with the lfrireigii Stucleiitk fligztiiizzitiiiii when zi imtiiirl-tzililv clisctissiuiii wits ht-lcl. lit-lt-gates were sc-itt frinii tht- twgziiiizzttimi to thc Klirl-XYQ-st lieqimizil Uiiilk-i'eiiCc ul' tht L liitmiizttimiztl Rt-lzttimis t lllllx this spring. President .... . .Thomas Betka Vice-President .... . .George Towsley Secretary-Treasurer . . .Thomas J. Brennan .Xl-ICl'?lIlZLllSCl1L'L'Hl-SlXj't'ZlI'N lrtiiii tht- remi- piis thc ,Xcuiiiiititig iXswt'iztt1fni ut tht- ls iii- vcrsitx' in lit-trfiit was 1't-mi-'zliiizt-rl :tt :L must- . 5 mg he-lrl iii t-:trly spring. llcspitc- thc- short time rc-iiiztiiiiiig rhiriiig 1 rlmiicr party, ciitmtztiiiiiig gut-st size-:ilu-ix til' this sciiicstc-r thc .Xswcizttiini spuiiwix-rl 1 thc- ziccwitiiitiiig pink-ssiiiii. The- ,Xccfiiiiitiiig llchzitt- tt-:mi me-t its lirst tiplmm-lit :tt tht- units-st with tht- lr'iiix't-iwity uf Nlicliigzui in Klzty. AX twmipi't-l1t-1isivt- cxztiiiiiizttiwii sttirly grimy was Ifirmc-fl hy thusc- im-iiilic-rs fit sc-itifvr Nlllllfl- ing who tfiiilf thc-ir cuiiiprclic-iisivcs iii April Zli-5 -t -1 N153 ,, ccounting Club Manuscribblers up President . . . Vice-President Treasurer . . Secretary .... . . . Moderator . . . . . .Harry Roehrig . . . .Leo-na Jason Edward Deswysen . Patricia Helferty . . .Eugene Grewe To those interested in making writing their profession, Manuscrihblers offers unnum- hered means to success, Current market in- formation and trends were made available in connection with constructive criticism of the members' work. Two inter-club writing contests were held this semester. The award-winning stories were entitled "Two of a Kind." and "Spoon- drift." The main activity this year was the all- campus short-story contest judged by the famous Qlohn Farrow, The winner received the Manuscrihhler's Gold Cup. President .... . .William Sharkey Vice-President . . . .Shirley McCartin Secretary . . . . . .Margarete Higbee Treasurer . . ....... .lean Ward Established for the purpose of stimulating research into the phases of psychology, this organization has progressed to the iields of experimentation, demonstration and discus- sion of the many important and interesting questions of psychology. Guest psychologists spoke to the group on such topics as "Vocational Opportunities for Psychology Majors," "Conditioning of Pu- piliary ReHex" and "Counselling" The aspiring psychologists, realizing the need of social activities, rounded out their successful year with a party at the home of one of the members. Psychology Club 219 Saint Francis Club President .... . .John R. O'ConneII Vice-President . . . .R. James Driscoll Secretary .... . . .John Demmift Treasurer . . . . . .Charles Ryan The Saint Francis Club, co-operative eat- ing organization for out of town students, be- gan their successful season with a stag party for prospective members. After this get ac- quainted party plans were made for the club's annual Alumni Dinner and party, which was held Nov. 15. The gala event of the year was the Gradu- ation Dinner given for the departing members. The tinal gathering of the group was a picnic and weiner roast which marked the end of the school year. Plans are already underway for the Cullllllg school year. President . . . . . .Owen Creteau Secretary . . . . .Edward Felice Treasurer . . . . . .Henry Hafell Moderator . . . . . .George Uicker September found this group with plans of reorganization and a full agenda of activities. Some of their events included a tour through the Ethyl Corporation. followed by a "get- acquaintedn party. XVinter meetings were set aside for tech- nical discussions such as "Aluminum and lts Uses," "Diesel Power" and "Body Styling and Stamping." Movies were also integrated with their activities when Mr. Hanley showed the film "JXutomatic Transmissions." .-Xpril was the month of the Senior-Student .Xnnual Dinner Meeting. Guests oi the group including prominent members of the automo- tive field, SOCIETY OF E ENGINEERS 220 Spanish Club President .... ......... P aul Auger Vice-President ...... Raymond Jacovetti Secretary-Treasurer ...... Grace .Iirasek Moderator ....... . . .Lawrence P. Vito Coach .... . . Dr. Jose Espinosa La Sociedad Hispanica brings all of the beauty and culture of the Latin countries to the University of Detroit in colorful folk songs, dances and movies. Some of the films were entitled "Viva Mexico," "Bello Hori- zontef' "Guatemala," and "The Amazon Awakensf' Members take pride in their presentation of Spanish plays and papers on outstanding figures of Spanish heritage. All social func- tions are carried out in complete Latin motif. This spring, members of the Spanish club competed with other Universities in discus- sions and debates. President ...... . . . John Noonan Vice-President ...... . . . Peter Viviano Recording Secretary .... . . .Julio Melgar Corresponding Secretary . . .James Massey Treasurer .............. Frank Bielman Lettermen on all University of Detroit sports teams now have their own organization, the Varsity Club. Established this year by lettermen on cam- pus, the club has a threefold purpose: to act as the official spokesmen for all letter winners 3 to promote a closer feeling of friendship among the players in the various fields of sports: to secure a greater degree of student support. Activities of the group included their janu- ary dance and the Qrganization party. Varsity Club f 0 fi f 11 ll he 'L fd n s L Every University feels the need for aca- - W ,Q demic and social activities to provide '79 the student with a well balanced col- ? ' lege career. One of the maior ways E !!!Ii! " of providing for these needs is 4 -found in active participation in clubs. At the University of De- vi Q Nam WW troit every maior field of study l has a corresponding club. The jj -F tfg main obiective is the fur- i L A thering of the particular Xi X ff , , ly field of study while at the same time fostering the social ife which forms so vital a part of col- 2' ij lege life. OC-22 4 -5 0 u lgl Ml Ol 4, , f 4 ig X Ol p In t Wllllllllllll i f If I KN ll AQQNQN X . Q2 1. . a www: 1 , LM. ,x,, .1- , .1 -T -V, -,J-xx ,f-xl -.- ,-, T. fi, m L ?-- 4 s W , ' L' . . f ' 1 1 , . X. l E 1 X, g, a A , l Alumni Officers President ......... . . .Claude A. Crusoe Ist Vice-President. . . .... John J. Cronin 2nd Vice-President . . . . .Mrs. John Shada Treasurer ......... . . . . . .Henry J. Schulte .hlllllllll .Xctivities for ll1e L'll1'I'6llt year incluflecl the 1Xl1111111i Day at Beverly llills, tl1e 21111111211 Open Hwuse. :1111l tl1ez111p11i11t111e11t nl M11 lieurge R2lliHX'2lll as llireclur 111' .xlllllllll lQC'lZlllUllS. Alumnae Officers President ......... .... M rs. John Shada 'lst Vice-President . . . . .Mrs. Thomas Callan 2nd Vice-President. . . . .Mrs. Bernard Schick Recording Secretary. . . . . .Patricia McCloskey Treasurer .............. .... R ita McAllister Corresponding Secretary. . . . .Anne Hughes Financial Secretary ...... ...... M ary Guinan Historian .......... . . .Mrs. Bertha Mullens 'l'l1e L'11i1'e1'sity's qXl1111111z1e 111eeti11gs are lielcl the first XXvt'tlllC'Sll2ll' lll- every llltlllill. 'l'l1e nrst event of tl1e year was tl1e 14111111111 fll1'l5tl1l2l5 l'z11'ty. .-X Bridge-l.1111cl1e1111 11:15 l1elcl in .Xpril at Dr1wli11g Hall. Mr. George Rakovan, Director of Alumni Relations. Alumnae President, Mrs. john Shada, offered tea to Father Millor at the annual Alumnae Tea. 23 2 Th TOWE R . . . Editor-in-Chief Richard E. McKenzie . . . w ', 'E We Assistant Editor Terry Brennan Hefty and Editor 77 Dick Pfeiffer M N lBelowD Business Manager Wilmer T. Rabe Hop to bottomj Associate Editors: Extra- Curricular, Cherie Eberhardt: Sports, Dick Kowalczykp Photography, lan Smith tLeft to rightj The Editorial Staff, Dick Pfeiffer, Dick Mc- Kenzie, and Terry Brennan, confronted by the deluge of copy, signatures. galleys, type books, pasteup proofs and other as- sorted items a few weeks before going to press. 77 f if Irwin- ' W5 -E ag , 4 6 CLeft to rightj Millie Sloch, Marvin Albinak and Editor Cherie Eberhardt of the Extra-Curricular staff review the dates of the important functions of Clubs, Fraternities, Sororities and other campus organizations. rom imagination iw E a a n Q P U I ca IOI1 s L l 1 N E Artist Sylvia Ganzel unconcernedly leafs through an old Tower while Cleft to rightj Artist Pete Spellman, and Photographers Joe Rovinsky and Jack Betts stage an impromptu publicity shot. M I? It L I In i M X il 2 227 The Sports staff, Cleft to rightj Editor Dick Kowalczyk, and l Assistants Mike Michalski, Ralph Obuchowski, Bob Loepp and Steve Podkowinski, confer on the selection of pictures t for the Sports section of The Tower. ll is ,gg QE ,U.imffgfi.n,,':,,35g5. i my A hy' L- . 1.303-m gl, Q. kk N 'avr sf - LW. :fin '11 , 4-4 'v.,.,f: s wffff' f' YJ' X Ei, img! i U., 4 W 1 1 .Wg sf R .-x md? TW ' L' r , ffm VARSITY NEWS STAFF Editor ........... William F. McMullen 1Editor to Nov. 5 .... Thomas Mclntoshi Managing Editor ..... Frank Fitzpatrick News Editor ........... Terry Brennan CNews Editor to Nov. 5 .... Frank Handj Assistant News Editor .......... Vern Twamley Editorial Assistants. . . Pat Cottrell, Sue Von Mach Reporters ............... Mary Ann Brownlee, Molly Emig, Ray Hines, Iris McDonald, Marge Rovinsky, Clements Michalski, .lack McComb, Steve I.ee. Dowling Hall Editor ............. Tom Brennan Feature Editor ......... Bill Winchester fFeature Editor to Nov. 5 .... Gerry Flynnj Assistant Feature Editor ........... Dave Alison Writers ......... Richard Guidotti, Leo Kasyak, Fred Kassner, Robert Longe, William Marra, Don Smith, Ken Tobola. Society Editor ........... Pat Helferty Society Reporters ......... Julia Hakim, Sylvia Karczewski, Jean Martin, Mary Jo Quinlin, Mildred Sloch, Kay Kushner, Margaret Gaule, Pat 0'Rourke, Rennie Wunderlich. Sports Editors ..... Dick Novak, AI Mixer Reporters ................. Gerald Barry, leo Linsenmeyer, Doug McSweeny, .Iulio Melgar, Mickey Philippart, Helen Lyons. Art Editor ................. .lack Betts Business Manager. . . .W. T. Rabe M4154 if 1 ,. W F fCircleJ Frank Fitzpatrick, managing editor, and Bill McMullen, editor, set the policy for the Varsity News. fleftj Terry Brennan Qrightj, News editor, and Y fRightJ The sports stalt checking their page. Vern Twamley, assistant news editor, plan Q Seated are lfrom leftj Al Mixer, associate the layout for page one. sports editor, and Dick Novak, sports editor, JPN standing lfrom leftj Jerry Barry and Mickey Philippart. tn -N42- d The operation of the VARSITY NEWS revolves around the editors. They must assign stor- ies, edit them and put them into their respective spots in the paper. At right are Pat Hel- ferty, society editor, and Bill Winchester, feature editor. Staff writers do some research in the files. lfrom lefty Dave Ali- Millie Sloch, who writes "Campus Carousel," seems to know son, assistant feature editor, Sue Von Mach, editorial assistant, everything about everyone. Here she burns up the typewriter Tom Brennan, Dowling Hall editor, and Pat Cottrell, editorial as the deadline approaches. assistant. 220 ....toPrinter.... Reading around the table Cupper Ieftl .lack Burns lleftl and Jim Kilsdonk are Iris McDonald, Molly Emig, read papers from other schools Herbie Ebar and Steve Lee for "Campus Cutouts" Headlines are a big part of the paper. fBottomJ The correct count must be found for the type desired. 230 x lUpper left! A last minute consultation on page one at the printers. From left: Frank Fitzpatrick, Vern Twamley, Bill Winchester, and Terry Brennan. lUpper right! Dick Novak checks a sports galley before putting it into the page. flower leftj Mike Michalski and Bob Loepp clean up the debris for another week, as flower right! the VARSITY NEWS appears on the newsstands. 7 H - -. - se. A, "B" The Law journal editors find records of the secretary in perfect order. Editor-in-Chief. . . . . .Edward G. McNamara, Jr. Associate Editor. . . .... Robert E. Werner Comment Editor ..... . . .Zigmunt Grabowski Recent Decision Editor. . . . . .Robert R. Mallory Secretary. . . .... Theresa A. Myers Moderator. . . ...... Prof. Chas. P. Nugent Contributors .......... Walter P. Cynarg Vincent Ni. Dunn: William G. Galinet: Harry S. Huber: John C. Kane: Frank J. Kinzinger, Jr.: Richard Loughrin: Thomas Maher: Rodman Moestag Harold E. Mountain, Jr.: Aloysius B. O'Mara: Peter P. Plante: John W. Roxborough, III: Barry W. Smith: Richard T. Tarnas: James J. Tedesco, Jr.: John W. Vogel: Marcellus Wooten, Jr. The history of the University ol Detroit Law 'Iournal began in the tirst school semester in l9l6 with the publication of the "l.aw Review," and continued until l93l. Succeeding this was the "Law Journal" which was published in two vol- umes. The ,liournal was discontinued in l955, but with the aid of the 1938 and 19.39 Senior Classes. publication was resumed. This is the literary con- nection between the student body, the law pro- fession and members of the alumni. The aim of the .Iournal is the promotion of greater understanding of judicial and court pro- cedure aniong members ot' the Law school. The ,lournal contains, "l.ead Articles," written by the members of the profession for the benctit oi the law students. These articles provide the means by which the lawyers contact the students and re- sults in the mutual help of all. A section entitled. "Comments Field," is devoted to the students' comments about court order. "Re- cent llecisionsf' another section, is student anal- ysis of recent judicial decisions of the State and Federal courts. Typical of the weekly meetings, the library is the scene of journal activities. Tl ji . - as t vf-XX C.. sv-1 .."N- fa. T Ty l lfxj rdf-.T j l t . T J f L-CT' 'x l 'A' 'j i Ae l" t X T eh- N ,' j -l-T I ' ii T G77 i ' . X., V X j V X X l , . , X K ij . f Li, ,+ , Yrrr K R A c .sf 1 xii, I President ..... . . .Anne Schultz Vice-President. . . . .R. J. Wilder Parliamentarian ..... Barbara Kloka Secretary ......... William Mandigo Treasurer ...... . .James Broderick Debate Manager. . .... Robert Smith The University of Detroit Debating Team began a difficult schedule by meeting Vtfayne University. Other opponents on their calendar were Alma. Toledo and Michigan State College. The first debate of the new year was against Georgetown University. The group will remem- ber most vividly, however, the debate sponsored by the University of Michigan which took place at Ann Arbor. This debate, in which six schools from Michigan were represented, was won by the Uni- versity ot Detroit by a decision of five to two. Debates in the future are planned with such schools as VVest Point. Niagara University and Canisius. .X 4 v T '- ii X X, +f-1 -'K NJ 'f Zig , 'E 'iff t if mf-TX "-X' '-T ffixr ,N -XWT W- X XJ- XJ, X X xx-J' ,,,. X X j , .XA W 1 X ex, X W t XX 1 sg,-W X , ig-X," L+ +1 L-. ii-2 i Ld ' A Q ' -if -XJ, T 4 'XY-f l- Every year students on the University of Detroit campus prepare themselves for the annual Gra- torical Contest. The purpose of the Qratorical So- ciety is to promote within the students an ability of self expression. jacob Qglesby, Law junior, had a clear Held when he took honors in the senior classiiication. He was the junior classiiication winner last year. This year's junior winner is Arthur Petz, Arts sophomore. Mr. Bert VValker, head of the department of speech, gave supplementary training to these men in preparation for the final judging. jacob Oglesby, Oratorical winner, ad- dresses members of the Oratorical Society. 233 Stud nt Union Terry Mc Kenna, President President ..... . Vice-President . . . . Secretary ...... . . Treasurer ........ . . . Arts Representative ....... Commerce Representative. . . . Law Representative .,.......... Engineering Representatives .... John DeMitte, .Terry McKenna James Crowner Gerald Grobbel Marvin Albinak . .Gerald Bruce .Francis Markey Daniel Harrigan Raymond Hines The outstanding mens organization of the Uni- versity is the Student Union. The Union was originally established to further a democratic spirit by supplying the means for self- government among the members. Upon iirst entering the Union Room one is usually greeted by the rollicking laughter and talk- ing of the students who gather for a mid-afternoon snack. The telephone booth is found in constant de- mand, especially during the noon-hour rush. The intermittent clanking of the cash register can barely be heard above the melodious outbursts from the juke box. Behind the counters distributing sportsware. food, and cigarettes are Frank Markey, Ed Barron, Gerry Doyle. Eugene XVeilock. and Allen "Scotty" Parkhill. Scotty is and has been the General Man- ager of the 'Union Room for many a year. .-Xmid the noise and confusion can be seen a few industrious workers diligently studying at a large table, situated at the far end of the room. On the other side of the archway the pool sharks of the University are found surrounding the sev- eral pool tables. XVhen the class bell sounds the boys rush out while new groups clamor forward seeking their friends, food, and a little recreation. 2 The board smiles its approval of Father Edward O'Connor discusses Union policies a year's work well done. with members of the board. 34 Upper Lefty "Scotty" Parkhill isplays the trophy presented rintly to Holden Hall and the oreign Student's Organization xr the best bonfire floats. fCen- :rj Union members take advan- lge of the facilities available for study and relaxation. 4 i CUpper Rightj Four students relax between classes at the snack- bar, one of the Union facilities at the Dowling Hall campus. CLowerJ "Behind the eight ball" -pool enthusiasts intently follow the game. Wom ague D -541 The Womerfs League Board. President .... . . .Shirley MicCarfin Vice-President. . . .... Frances Fefz Treasurer .......... . .Claire Larin Reccrding Secrefary .... ..... J ean Crane Corresponding Secretary .... Marilyn Ruddon ln everv ci--educational university the lYonien's league is an essential part of campus life. lt serves particularly as an aid to the freshman vvnnien and is an ever-ready source of activity for all eo-eds. as well as providing a medium for the girls to meet and heennie acquainted with one another. The fali season uf League activities began with the opening of the Date Bureau for the Sadie Shuttle. The next important event on the Leagues calendar vvas a sweater drive for foreign student relief. ,T 7. Daisy Mae's register early for their Lil' Abner's at the League Date Bureau. The sweater drive employed the help of Jean Crane, Joan Spurgeon and james Neville. Q. 1' 'V 1 H I 2 Q 'X f' 'wviggf 34,3 Yalentine hearts and lacy frills were tliemes of l'uck's l'arade, the lVomen's League fashion show. "Cupid's Fa- vorites in Reviewu was centered about the wedding ensemble. Qther eye-catchers of the afternoon included the correct wear for all occa- sions: scarlet dinner gown, black Ave- nue Qutlit, brown check Coachmen's suit, and for early spring, a soft yellow flower print. Chairman of the Review was ,lean Shurmur who took great pride in instructing the co-eds in the art of modeling. .loan H aines, striking mistress of cere- monies, introduced each model with the assistance of ul oan Karol at the piano. Publicity and decorations were in the able hands of .lean Canfield and Nancy Steele. If you were looking for a coed during her leisure hours you would find her, more often than not. in her favorite gathering spot, the NYomen's League Room. Here, taking a few minutes off from a busy school schedule, you would find several bridge games underway and the more energetic girls playing ping pong, while others just gather to talk with old friends while listening to a more tal- ented member playing the piano. The real attraction of the League Room, however, is its friendly and in- formal spirit which makes all women students on the campus feel welcome. ff Th Players ,,v.k p , ,,,, A Members of the Players board of directors. CBack Rowj joan Purcell, Raoul Sartori, Eleanor .French, Kay Drieborg, james Blaney, William McMullen. CSeatedD James Crowner, Father Caine, joan Haines. The organization on campus that attracts promising Thespians and students of the theatre is the Players. Organized in 1920, Players has for its main objective the promotion of a better understanding of the profes- sional stage. The group realizes its aim by the active participation in the many phases of this art. Acting is by no means the predominant feature of the group, as great emphasis is placed on the ability of the lltetllhers to direct, produce and handle the technical aspects neces- sary for the success ul- any play. "First llress Suit," a laboratory production, started the l'layers on their year ul' great success. ,lantes lilaney was the director: Kay llrieborg, the producer. Following this one act play was "Dust Of The Road," produced and directed by Robert Martin and Kay Drie- l1ul'g'. "Lab" plays are a worthy way ol training new mem- bers nl the group so that they may take part in the major productions with sutlieient training and stage presence. Xtorlting for lforeign Student Relief, Players pre- sented "Riders To The Sea." produced by lidward XY. Nugent and directed by .lantes Blaney. Michael liovach and -lohn llurns gave an evening of great entertainment with their presentation ul "Swan S1 ing." 238 President .... Vice-President. . Secretary. . Treasurer. . Moderator. . . . .James Crowner . .James Blaney . . .Joan Haines . . . .Eleanor French Rev. James Caine, S.J. james Blaney gives last minute instructions to the cast before the presentation of "First Dress Suit." Dick Tobin and Cherie Eberhardt apply makeup to Betty Hartnett and Michael Kovach. Between halves of the Notre Dame-Detroit basketball game members of Players entertained the audiences with a medley of old time favorites. The pause that refreshes"-cast and technicians rest before continuing with rehearsals. 239 I w i i 1 ff V i 1 l ll If w 3 9 E 1 E l wal i i li lui ffl ! 1 l U1 'N l. '13 v l Ip ll! ll Spring Dan gglappfgueg -Q LL tilt? Large crowds gathered at Dowling Hall for opening night of "Spring Dance." ltith "Spring Dance" the University of Detroit Players opened their successful Season of major produc- tions. Staged in the circular-theatre style introduced last spring. audiences reacted enthusiastically to this form ot' -taging. The Philip Barry comedy, centered about a New Eng- land girls' college. has three delightful acts where meni- hers ol' the college meet and humorouslv solve proh- leins typical ul- campus life. ,Xlthough four performances were presented. the stage Illilllilgtd' and his assistants were still laced with the prohlem ol. sufficient seating arrangements. Crowds turned sadly away at the sign placed over the door every IlCl'l.tlI'lllZlllt't'. "Sold Out." Special congratulations are due Director blames Vrowner and I'rfifIuction-Manager Patrick Rlaney. iii ti VO? ' -kb 9" 'ffl R. '!! ggf 6 Pia? 4 L v Cast Mildred ....... ...... Walter Beckett Miss Ritchie . . .lohn Hatton . . The Lippincott Doc Boyd ........ Buck Buchanan Mady Platt . . . Frances Fenn . Alex Benson . Kate McKim .. Sally Prescott . Sam Thatcher . . .Zenolia Pitts . . . .John Stroth . . . .Kay Drieborg . . .James Kilroy . . .Richard Tobin . . . .Richard Hayes . . .Edward Nugent Mary Ann Brownlee . .Geraldine Kulick . . . . . .Joan Haines . . . . Ethel Belanger Donelda Mciachern . . . ...,. Stan Lapciuck Staff for the Players Production Stage Manager ............. .Robert Langin Ass't Stage Manager. ........ Raoul Sartori, Lee Pettikas Lighting .............................. Herb O'Neil Costumes . . . . . Betty Kreutz, Janet Carpenter Properties .... ............. ........... E d na Danger Stage Crew .......... Marshall Murii, John VanDonick, Jim Burdick, Gene Garbarino, Jim Stone, Bobby Reese, Aileen McAllen y Q, Publicity . . . ....................... Ruthe Compton Tickets ..... ......... . . . Eleanor French Program . . . ..... W. T. Rabe 9 X ? 5 . . . , ,A joan Haines held the center of attention in a backstage "Let'5 try it once more," "get-together" with members of the cast. UA! ftp' ,,-,,5..N.,.. 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Gladys Ciagle Lucia ..... ....... E lias Pettikas Mirianne . . . . . .Donelda McEachern Garth .... ....... N iel Talmage Esdras . . . ....... James Freer 2nd Girl . . . ......... Betty Kreutz Gaunt .... . . . .Louis Charbonneau Hobo . . . ...... Marshall Murii Carr . . . . .William McMullen Mio .... ..... B rian McCabe Herman . . .... James Kilsdonk Sailor . . .... John Stroth Radical . . . . . .Bob Rauth Sergeant . . . ........ . . . . . . . . . Bob Saffian Staff for the Players Ass't Producer ......................... James Kilroy Players' Stage Manager . . ...... Robert Langin Assistant ................ ...... R aoul Sartori Production Stage Manager .... ...... J oe Van Doninck Assistant ................. . . .Mary Ann Brownlee Properties .............. .... M arge Rovinsky Publicity . . . .... Elias Pettikas Tickets . . . . . .Eleanor French Kay Drieborg Lighting ............ .... W illiam Gudaitis Lighting Technician .. ....... Herb 0'Neil A tense moment as Shadow and Trock hold the center of attention. December 13, 1-l, 20 and .21 will long be reincmliered by members of thc University of Detroit Players as the dates of their second major limiduction, "VVinterset." This Maxwell Anderson play runs the gamut of emo- tions with its tenement background, tragic characters and confused hopes. The play, written in blank verse, was given a very successful handling by the members of the cast. Members of the technical crew deserve special recog- nition for the excellent lighting effects and stage prop- erties. The circular theatre presents a difficult problem of appropriate properties that lead to the atmosphere of the setting. These difhculties were not only solved by the crew, but the final picture was one of professional appearance. Director Newton Stark and Productimin-Manager Richard Burgwin did an outstanding job on this pro- duction. I1 ig, f"'a Q s 'Wu X X ra ' sc , ,L V, . f . l . . 4 ' Members of the technical crew adjust the Members of the cast relax backstage. lights for dress rehearsal. 241 Th Sodality First Semester Officers Prefect ........................ Leo McGough Vice-Prefect . . ...... Frances Fetz Secretary. . . . . .Mary Van Tiem Treasurer. . . .... Carl F. Brown First Semester Council Jean Martin Charles 0'Malley Virginia Burke Mildred Sloch Second Semester Ofticers Prefect ..... . . .Carl F. Brown Vice-Prefect . . ..... Anne Schultz Secretary. . . . . .Shirley McOsker Treasurer . . . ..... James Butler Second Semester Council Leo Costello Marilyn Rixie Arthur Bruce John Shea Mary Van Tiem Edward Bladyko Downtown Officers Prefect ...... ...... J ohn Shook Vice-Prefect . . . .... Richard Hayes Secretary. . . .... Mary Ann Smiley Treasurer. . . . . .Mary Ann Keating ., .I-ws. 4 Sodality activities throughout the year included both those of a religious and social nature. During the football season the Sodality sponsored the "after the game mixers" to raise funcls for the Grotto. .Xnother event of the fall season was the animal Sodality picnic given last Qctober. Highlights of the Sodality year were marked by the appearance of various guest speakers who lectured to the group on many timely subjects. Among the speakers presentecl were The Rev. -lohn E. Coogan, S.,I ., The Rt. Rev. Monsignor Leo DeBarry, and Mr. Robert Murphy of 'Elle F.B.l. The Sodality closed its year with a XX'orlcl Sodality Day, which was held at the University of Detroit stadium. I. .242 The Uptown Sodality Officers at one of the regular meetings. l . Sodality committee members of the Thanksgiving dance, Gobble Hobble, com- bined decorations and fun with their multi- colored balloons. The scene for this event was Dowling Hall. Unable to obtain sufficient seats for the football games, members of the Sodality gathered about the radio. This is one way of enjoying the excitement of the season with all the comforts of home. A winter scene that reflects the efforts and intentions of the Sodality. The statue of Christ was placed on cam- pus, between the Commerce and Chemistry buildings, only after the many events the Sodality sponsored in order to obtain it. -43 lf- ..,b'4 p sw.-N. Father Foley pauses on the stairway to chat with members of the uptown and downtown Sodality after one of the group's "get-togethersf' CCenterj The downtown Sodality meetings seem to be highlighted by approving smiles and general happy atmosphere. fLowerJ Committee members pause a moment from their poster work to see if it needs a last minute touch. 244 f me Az 1 NE gpm ,, :V Q W HELP THEM l Z l e rer A . , P l I 5 , ij , "The End Of A Perfect Day." "Just sign here for the one you like," says Prefect Carl Brown, as a member of the Sodality casts his vote for the statue that the Sodality will purchase. " "'Mf'fK ag. L , 3 ii i 3 i 2 Th Univer ity Band jack Giere. . 1. ? ,:5,. 41,? .941 ' C, ':f'1f,:3Q57 QL ' ' ' if W ,V f ' , fi 2 4fM'4f',,' j , f . f 'I' . V l f , , 6' 42' ff! , J 4 V' wif-V61 5 -.,.f1 1 ,. fs!! Vw ' W ff f 4, fr ff 4 f ,f 1 79, f f ff f Y , if, . Lys f ,W ,vi 71 , Z1 Q 15 " if , ' 1 1 1 f 4 ' M 1 .4 , f -wi' f2'izff 7 .pi ,ff 25976 f ' f 1 . Ls- f f "" f f' n in f, , ,qgc - , , , 1 , . . , 7Q,,4.,, ,ffm f . . 'I .. ,eff f , 7g,fp34,,.1 pf f 92? , ' . .f f ,, , ff .ye QW, ff M. Mfr ffrfgv f .V ,iw f ,,,. 1. We -- fw,c3:a..gj:W jf L- f Av 1- 1 ,ws ,Jr Nl 3 ,.f' 1 , .M Cjym ' f fwqfwg I - f f 2 We" y f i f f 'ff fuif 422, ffv . ,- ' fy 5 - f'ye9,.s?f" fe ,fy f ,'cY,4',,m ,'.f ' www hfn fm . ,,. ,,, if ' 7 I ..,::,A-nf,4, ,,9q4,,, and ,ga , A A 1514. . .li ,Q 4 , M , y .rf ., g,4 .-.ytif y . , I 1 W I 1 , WI, f, ..,..,.y,g4f,5av,b, J A' 4 A . z.. ' ', ' wzifllzii -fair .LJ 1" Band Moderator, Doctor Richard Thompson. 246 DR. RICHARD J. THOMPSON. .. ...Moderator JOHN E. GIERE ............... ...Director WILLIAM R. VIAU. .. .........., Manager FRANK B. SYNK. . . . . .Assistant Manager LEO KAZYAK ...... ...,..... L ibrarian JEAN M. RENAUD ...... .. .. ...,.. Secretary Inactive since l94l, the University of Detroit All- Student Band bounced hack into activity this year with all the zeal of the past. Reorganization of the entire Band was accomplished through the capable and energetic leadership of one stu- dent. Jack Giere. Obstacles that seemed insurmountable were overcome by Giere only after months of prepara- tion and hard work. The excellent spirit which the Band has displayed was evident when they hrst performed at the opening foot- hall game. They marched through exacting formations with all the skill and ease of a professional group and continued to execute the same alert and zestful precision throughout the year. For the first time in the history of the University. the Band sponsored a mid-winter and spring concert series. Rackham Memorial was the scene of their first departure from sports into the held of the classics. The most entertaining assemblies of the school year were held at the Varsity Theater when the Band pre- sented an hour of musical selections. A vote of thanks from the students of the University is due ,Tack Giere, Dr. Richard Ui. Thompson, the organ- ization's moderator, and the student manager, VVilliam Viau. T ' if , :- Fla ff 31f',1.9r,:w:' --w7,-fel" by - ' 'X A -"Es, I I vXC4'4Zy . . '14 , , A , Student Manager, William Viau. Football season-the Band providing the right touch that accompanies success. The last minute pause before the Band joins the Spike Jones parade. 1 S My-. ffi ,' W e it 'QW' if The Band Concert at Rackham Memorial played to an appreciative audience. 1 ,qw Q 2 ft I 6' 4 1 nii -.N-Q.--v.134f..,. x X S Qasss-.ss,.RJtYsGsfQw?S"e-5 Nl' .I S F N . t i -.. , K U. of D. Marching Band 0 U. of D. Concert Band 248 PICCOLOS Marjorie Gilley lion Nelson FLUTE Mary lireeman SINGLE REEDS Clarinets Robert liorchak Vl1ll0lllilS Carey l,eo Davies 'losepli Doyle -lillllfi liarson 'lf Louise Kovacb -lost-ph Martin Raymond Mateljan l3ulmeI't lxlOI'tllI1L'I' lianiel Murray ,lznnes Nally liI'llt't' Newsteafl fic-ralfl ffllalloran Nicholas Recbis illllflflfltfllb XViniarsl4i Marianne Zinibnrean Saxophones Marilou Farr llerbert t'rane Richard lfilipelli ,lobn l'lllllC2lll lfilmore llalonen Louis la-itll l.loyfl Marlfstruni Mary -lane Rawley Ruth ,Xnne Rawley ,lm-an Marie Renaud G1-ralrl lf. Schultz BRASSES Trumpets and Cornets llel'bc'I't lleller lX'illia1n llreisig' ,Xnflrew lfeyes Raymonrl Ghent ,Iobn l.ank lflflliiffl l,eibolrl Thomas McKee ,lerome Migala Stewart Millar Robert Rooney Vlohn Shea Augustine VVallace XValter XYL-ickenand Robert XVillcins joseph Wolff Trombones Leo Costello llarold ,l. O'Neill .loseph Stack Richard Tanslci Donald W'irries Harry XfVooster French Horns ,lolm Reecller -lohn King Alto Horn l'hilip Kay Baritones ,lobn Basanese l,ouis Basanese NVillian1 liasanese lirnest llowlus Robert Norton Sousaphones l'byllis Gibson john R. XYilder Tyson XX'isner hlames IA-ddy PERCUSSION Bass Drum Clement Viaskowski Snare Drum Gene lilamboe Charles Gordon XYiiliain Greco Stanley Zoracki Cymbals joseph Simons Glockenspiel l.eo Kazyalc FLUTES Mary Freeman Marjorie Gilley Don Nelson SINGLE REEDS Clarinets Robert Borchak Thomas Carey Leo Davies Joseph Doyle blames Farson VVatson Goschinski T. Louise Kovach joseph Martin Raymond Mateljan Robert Mortimer Gerald M ularoni Daniel Murray ,lames Nally Gerald O'Halloran Nicholas Rechis Ted Schmitzerle Philip Toporcian Marianne Zimburean Saxophones Richard Filipelli John Finucan Filmore Halonen Lloyd Markstrum Ruth Ann Rawley ,lean Marie Renaud STRINGS Michael Smigulec CStrin,q Bass? BRASSES Trumpets and Cornets XVilliam Dreisig -lohn Lanlc Richard Leibold ,lc-rome Migafa Stewart Millar Robert Rooney John Shea Augustine VVallace Walter VVeiekenand Robert Wilkiiis ,loseph Wolff Trombones Leo Costello William Graetz Herberth Head Donald A. Wirries Joseph Stack French Horns John Beecher John King William Rasschaert Alto Horn Philip Kay Baritones John Basanese Louis Basanese William Basanese Robert Norton Sousaphones 'Phyllis Gibson ,lohn VVilCler Contra Bass james Leddy PERCUSSION Bass Drum W'illiam Greco Snare Drum Gene Flamboe Charles Gordon joseph Simons Cymbals Clement Piaskowski Glockenspiel Leo Kazyak T fm ."' . p I. . X , . X it w' FX fl g-K-xx v-yllffx-.N ff. t ,fax 7- l . X N it X , l l I ...hr ..-. . , l , W A f X , f f A -, tx J' yx K , i l Q 1 X . . X , , 1 i it -1. . , ,, W .NX-K 3 Father Foley with Assistant, Mrs. Gilbert Brooks. The University of Detroit lVomen's Guild, organized May 17, 1945. under the sponsorship of the University as an auxiliary organization, has as its objective the advancement of intellectual and cultural interests and the enrichment of home and community life. The University makes its educational and cultural resources available to the Guild through a series of lec- tures held at monthly intervals throughout the school year. Speakers are provided from the University faculty. The monthly lectures are the keynote of each regular Guild meeting and are, therefore, the principal activity of the organization. The University in presenting the lectures does so in recognition of the fundamental truth that intellectual and cultural development is the work of a lifetime. It is hoped that the subjects presented will be an in- spiration and a help to Guild members in fulfilling the many responsibilities of home and community life. The privilege of membership in the Guild is restricted to representatives of families of University of Detroit students and is divided into the two following classes: ACTIVE members-Mothers or guardians of stu- dents attending the University of Detroit. gy W ., 4, 1525 , 5 Lia x V 5 Z 5, . .r A President, Mrs. C. J. Eberhardt. Honorary Pres .... Rev. Joseph A. Foley, S..l. Assistant ...... .... M rs. Gilbert A. Brooks President .......... Mrs. Charles Eberhardt lst Vice-President ..... Mrs. Clement Freund 2nd Vice-President .... Mrs. James Hayes, .Ir. 3rd Vice-President ........ Mrs. John Moons Recording Secretary .... Mrs. Bruno Blinstrum Corresponding Secretary . Mrs. William Joyce Financial Secretary ..... Mrs. Michael 0'NeiIl Treasurer ........... Mrs. W. Quenby Reno Courtesy Chairman .............. Mrs. Peter Lyons Membership Chairman ............ Mrs. Clement Freund Co-Chairman. . . . . .Mrs. Clarence Dunlop ASSOCIATE members-Mothers or guardians of former students of the University of Detroit. CAboveJ Nominating Committee preparing for the fall elections. CLeftJ Typical of Guild activities is the dessert- bridge party. ft . TITAN sronfrs " . . . o healthy body is o good in itself." JOHN HINUY NIWMIN ,Q , 'R K 1, I w V X f W I4 N N 1 , K W J 1 W, Q2 la J 1 'n tx! 31 34 Q I 1 ! T i 1 l 1 5 1 N P , , U In the other sections of this yearbook, the reader has been presented with pictures and print the didactic and social aspects of school life at the -X Y-f'2X1f111':'9:f5-Sr ':1':":s1'X.XsrX-"kr-X1-X-wr-:X':fx':r:'.C'X".--XIII.-'af:-.2432,-.xx-gX5:XXI.?-5f.X.:5:.Q-:5-Xzgggea-:I,.565-:rX5'Q.I-:j-X2rss? X' x.f5:1.,X, fgx sr-.Iz-XXi:,,I-trys-XX' , I, . XXI . - X :,'-,-,-3-1351,-,Is Ksg sw-.3 ,X b x- ,I -.ja X M . '-1 I j g I ,-,, -- 1 re- . X U 0 o III X' X. yi, P - -. X9 if X z Ig .X , ' --2 :I-' 5 ,X . K1 nys. ' .XX sf". 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' -1 rEulU7lM QMQU 5 to MQHUMM- X 2101-EX fm U-5 A Ebfmu shag U U V 0 .nneqhilfg nn Q, 14- my gk J JL' spilled TUKUWJM N U 1 gh 520595 'Q f5UU ' the U The a an home football gam and the attract' nnual homecoming celebration drew some 5 0 0 spectators Above p rt of the es reached a new high this year. The mcrea iveness of a night football game. Below is crowd se was an int awk 25 Lloyd Brazil Director of Afhlefics and Buckfield Coach Titan At the helm of the University Athletic Board since the spring of 19-l-l, Lloyd Brazil, one of the Titan's great football players, is guiding the Titan men toward a greater and more successful post- war era. To accomplish this aim, he has Worked diligently and long. The initial step in this search for outstanding athletic performances was the ad- mission ofthe University this year to the Missouri Valley Conference. This, Brazil feels, will result in a new "Golden Era" of sports at the University. From player to athletic director in thirteen years is the record and achievement of the director of athletics. After a brilliant career on the gridiron and basketball court which won him a place on tirantland Rice's All-American team in 1928, Lloyd Brazil took over as chief of the Titan court fortunes in 1930. From that time his duties have broadened, until today he is the most be-titled member ofthe coach- ing stait, carrying the portfolios of director of athletics, head baseball coach, backfield coach in football and business manager. In addition, he is the highest-ranking high school cage and football official in the Michigan High School Athletic Association and has been a National Pro Football League official. Mirza Wm 'hu un B -1 Edmund J. Barbour Backfield Coach William Heiss Freshman Coach Coa hes Not very often are the qualities of ability and amicability found together in the person of a foot- ball coach. Qne of these infrequent instances is found in the person of Charles 'Chuck' Baer, foot- ball coach. Since being appointed football coach three years ago, Coach Baer has gained the recog- nition and respect of players and observers alike, not only for his capability as a gridiron strategist. but also as a hard working, unassuming person. For lack of an air attack, the l947 edition of the Titans was a ground gaining team. At the end of the season, the teams rushing average of 319.7 yards per game was good enough to earn for them first place among the nations collegiate teams in ground gained rushing. The Titans also took third place, behind Michigan and Notre Dame, in total yards. passing and rushing, with a 400.2 yards per ganie average. As backfield coaches, Baer had Lloyd Brazil and Eddie Barbour, no new names in Titan sport annals. Barbour also served in the capacity of head scout. Credit for developing the Titans strong forward wall belongs to ex-Titan gridder John Shada. Again serving in the unheralded role of team physician and trainer was Dr. Raymond Forsyth. A freshman football team to develop players for the varsity was formed this year, the first since 1942. VVilliam Heiss, regular end on the 1946 Uni- versity of Illinois Rose Bowl champions, coached the team. Bill Hintz, co-captain of the 1946 Titan gridders, assisted Heiss. in NR , 'WVR x lg as ai -W'i,"W" 'f Y J. - ' YS , 4-. A xr sr . ' Q x 8 2 if I , 'ss ,,.,. it T 2 uf ,-.,. Q QE Charles E. Baer Head Football Coach 'K ii 54 if? 101111 Shada Dr. Raymond D. Forsyth line COUCII Team Physician and Trainer 255 For what the Titans didn't do in the air in their season-opening encounter with Central Michigan, they did more adeguately on the ground. Here, halfback Joe Wright is being stopped by two defenders after his execursion into Chippewa territory. Detroit Central Michigan Hpviiiiig' their 1"-l7 season against Central Michigan, the 'liitans nnyc-ilt-fl tht- strength of their pmverfnl gritl niachine. ,Xftt-r failing with an oyerheacl attack in the first half, the lied :intl XX'hite nnleashecl tht-ir strong ggrotnicl attack in the second halt to rout the QlllllIJL'XX'Zl5.'lZlCli init-1wmki,.1ttCk U'l,eary,a1itl Alike liaysst-rian pimyiclerl the scoring pnncli, also symarkt-rl hy -lim Massey, l.t'n liittof, anrl limb U'Kliallt'y. The strong 'llitan line kept the t'liippt'xyas to a -IO yarfls in l'l1Sllll1Q'. Unly the passing' vrI'f,llTi111rt'XN'2L halflwack lion l'ahalis kt-pt tht- Heil ancl XYhitc frtnn tmiiplt-ttcly iwn1ti11gg't't'11ti'ztl Klicliigan as they took their initial ttTik'Ollllit'l'. STATISTICS First downs Net yards rushing Net yards passing Total yardage Punting average Yards penalized 350 WE THEY 21 5 336 T77 513 26 38 45 25 -T0 T37 T27 0 ft t Q or , Q 5 " Q ,tg in , , Q, je ww ,, et. sim t Q ti est q. V .1 6- 1 fe? Ci, Q 4 A Q , 'K xt , M Q Q ,K 'V 5 QI, -ws 4 f .. 4 1 RMK , A A 6 Q ' V ,ft , Q if 1. 4 fe I , i If .X G e yt 4. .f gag at ,Q R If 6 z 4 y ' iii fa' 4 e gtg? X X 4 gif A Q , t Floyd Yeager right tackle Ba .fy-I gg ea,-w -5,-5 , " A 11 - - ,A t X A , ' et: Qfiztt 231' ,4 P' .i , ' 1 'Xt " j- 1 Q-,f ft' 1 ' ' Q .,2'5v4,,4 ff .fqj ft, -4 ' . 1, In 1 1 4 W ' Q :vm 1: Nt ,- I 'r 1' ffl' 'tiirsttiig 4 'Mitt' it? ifiitgifiii 'iam .' :fur ,f fnaiate Milf , i A . 2 by Dan Boisture ,Q . 'a , ' , left end ' 1 , ,I - 1 2 ' A ' 'W 1 51 H I W? by Q 2 1 'tif' ,, ,, , g',,i,4 , at Q I Q i gf' I ,, 4' 5 , ', V, iffiiiil fltitf - tw! -fir? fi n what M, I Bw I ' lvl L ' " Q ' ' ' ' 'H' x -J ,pg r J X i, ' Q ' E- ff - gft:i','fPu. 12 I ' LJ 5,140 9 fu, 1, iff., ,L H Alfh, it, ' ., ' Q , H , Jwtiffy f Gene Mahnowski quarterback I l I 4 if Consistent better blocking added up to victory for the Oklahoma Sooners the night they invaded U. of D. stadium. Jack Mitchell, Sooner quarterback, who proved to be a Titan nemesis all night, gains ground with the protection of three Sooner blockers. arry Peterson quarterback X r pl Oklahoma 3 gffgl' Mtv Detroit Wally Gruber len half mi' Only the clock and lack of luck kept the Red and XVhite from registering a major upset over the powerful Sooners of Okla- homa hniversity. Playing the roles of underdogs brilliantly. the Titans came within four points of victory. .lack Knrkowski. Len Rittof. and Mike Kaysserian did the scoring for the Titans. The Detroit line again showed that it could hold its own and played an exceptionally good game against the bigger Sooner line. The final gun saw all the spectators on their feet as Detroit put on a spirited rally which ended with an intercepted pass as the gun ended the game. I STATISTICS WE THEY 'l I rmsr nowNs l lr is M ,T also NET YARDS RUSHING il ls 202 NET YARDS PASSING ? 41 is 29 Tom YARDAGE 1279 li 231 i PUNTING AVERAGE il 30 A 32 ,Q 'x w A YARDS PENALIZED 70 so Bill Haley right half 257 Detroit 7 W Wayne 111-111111! 1-1111s-1111111 111111. XX111111-, I1-11 Ill 1111- 111-x1 1-11111111111-1'. '1'111-1'1- 1111s 1111 s1111111111g1111- '1'111111s l1llN 1lIllt',1lN 1-11-11 I1Il'I,111l'11 f1r111g1-1-s 111111141-11 1111 ll 501111-. NIIIQQ' 1i11yss1-1'i1111 111111-11 1111- 11'11y 111' sc111'111g 1111- t11's1 11111111111111111. 1I1Il' 111 1111'1-1- IIUI' 1111- 1'1'11s11111g 1.11I1IIIIkxIf. I-11111 11'X111111-y',.1:11'1i I1v1.t'IlI'y, EI111- XX'1'1g111, 111111 11Zll'1'j' I,l'1IAI-'Illl 111-1'1-111111-1's 11-1111 11111'11ss1-11 1111- 1'11'1111's. 1.llTt'Illl'll Illkxli S11111111111s.,111111111111111.11-111118111111-111111111311111111-1111-1'1qt-1111i1111-11- 111"V11I1I1'I1l'N XX'1ll11'lIl1'I11l1'1iN s1'1111111111111111 5 ' 1 '1111g11 I-HI' 5112 f'Zll'C1S. XX111111- NL'1TP1'k'11 ll 111111-111111w11 11111- 111 1111- s1-1'111111 1111111'1c-1'. 715116 . ,.. XIYDIIII-X, 1"'1x'1- 1111- Illlllls Il 11-1111-1111 111 1111-11' 1111111-1'11x' st-111-Q. .N ' STATISTICS WE FIRST DOWNS I6 NET YARDS RUSHING 343 NET YARDS PASSING T59 TOTAL YARDAGE 502 PUNTING AVERAGE 34 THEY 9 88 I4 T02 35 YARDS PENALIZED 7I 32 Aw-VL .11 QA," A 111: ,?'?'Sg,'x ff 1. ' '2155-ff' ' 1 1111 , A fff- ., - Q11 ' 5' 'K ws X 1 SA -, , 5 x , I, if 5 v ,Q P ' , 1 1, ,V 51 .1 11 2.2112 ,112 , 1 - 1 1- j ,-j',k,,fQm,55,M,,g,,71 1 jack O Leary right half '95 1+ 1' 1 Archie Kelly right end -Q1-N -s s N Ns?-maxim Bob O'Ma11ey quarterback ,,... 1.x The picture below illustrates well what Wayne University Tartars had to put up with when they engaged the Titans in their annual inter-city encounter. Here quarterback Bob O'Malley and center John Packo help end Cullen through the Wayne line. fb 'like Kaysserian fullback ffxx r., , f- -1 - , ,, ifsfw ,'f ',1f--if ,1 'i.,,f1,.J1 1 c,, ,loft 1.1 john Conti left tackle 1 pi Yi' Marquette Q -1 +4 T V Detroit The Titans next traveled to Milwaukee where they inct the Hilltoppers of Marquette Uiliversity. Sparked by the brilliant playing of halfback Joe tiagliardo. Marquette handed Detroit its worst setback since l945. Vsing' no particular means of ob- taining' their points. the llilltoppers resorted to straight football to vanquish the Titans. ,lack lii'i,t'ElYj' and Mike Kaysserian gave tl1e Titans two of their scores on running plays. Rudy Per- pich accounted for a third score on a pass late in the ganna. Only the scoreboard indicated Marquette's edge. Despite the setback, the Red and XYl1ite otttpoiiitcd the llilltoppers in every depart- ment. 1 1 ' l STATISTICS H wr THEY rmsr Downs Q3 I2 9 11"" ' NET YARDTS RUSHINGT 218 131 NET YARDS PASSING 71 g so 5 my Tom YARDAGE 289 1191 1 'l ,W J we at t PUNTING AVERAGE 40 4 42 5 i 0 Y 0 1 1 ..,,,., 1 1 1 P D 1 4 41 l jack Kurkowski . right half The Titan's strong running game was responsible for the team's winning national collegiate ground-gaining honors. Halfback Wally Gruber, and fullback Mike Kaysserian, who ran up yardage in chunks all season long for the Titans, are shown making gains against Duquesne. if 1: tix' s 'N ' I e- .77 -.v'sl"'Ni "" XR J E s E V env. AN - 1 A f E" " 1' 1 Q. i ! The above pictures are two good examples of the hard play of both teams that marked the Oklahoma-U. of D. game and kept tators on edge. In both pictures, the Titan forward wall has stopped the Sooner's ball carrier. the spec- Villanova i . N 5 Detroit 5 fx yt 'Www :asf T Ahead, 7 to O, without running a play from seriininage. the XN'ildCats of Villanova stayed ahead despite the repeated goal line drives of the determined Titans. Fighting valiantly, the Titans outrushed, outplayed, outgained and outfonght the oppo- sition only to find themselves beaten on the scoreboard. The v Titans counted their scores on a 13-yard pass from Gene Malin- owski to john Cullen and on a two yard plunge by Mike Kaysse- rian. Two other goal-line drives ended short on the 3-yard line. Q STATISTICS WE THEY rmsr Downs I6 . 2 ' A ,, " f ,:e or iiieee so or f NET YARDS RUSHING . T31 54 . . -a-a, , WsETe'Qh6f P I Yi in of 4 eir' . .. N s ASS NG 4 o , T Ti . A ""' Co-capt. joe Wright A A-ffm-afafwee Y . I , A - leff half TOTAL YARDAGE 273 94 i-,t Qai A l,e'i PUNTING AVERAGE . 43 44 1 - 1 U .1',',, f f 'Y f - 1,74 f .-4 ig" -v 'G 114- ,,v., '4: f . , .1 4,04 , 4.1, jf y,.4,. ,,.-14-, , , W., ,H , , vt,-3 l,vv5.A,fi,Vv i.,,y,.,4 -,V ,A ... 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Tom Finnin left tackle f f- 'w -, .fix 'T or 'TV75 If 45 Jack Simmons right guard X- xox. ,--X, YW Detroit Duquesne Smarting from the Villanova defeat, the Titans crushed an outmanned and helpless Duquesne eleven. -Ioe VVright ran 33 yards for a score on Detroit's first play from scrimmage, the Titan haIfbaCk's first of three touchdowns. Jack Kurkowski, Bill Haley. and Mike Kaysserian provided the Red and lNhite with the other tallies. The Titan ground attack reached a new high as the hacks compiled 547 yards by rushing. The Red and XYhite line opened up holes with ease as jerry Mutual, Pat Kennedy, and Don Byerlein played an outstanding game. The lone Iiluqiiesne marker came in the Closing minutes of play. Vt l i T STATISTICS I WE THEY FIRST DOWNS ii I6 T 8 NET YARDS nusumcl 547 p ioa i ,Af i NET YARDS PASSING I I0 71 TOTAL YARDAGE lhS47 PUNTING AVERAGE 31 I 28 YARDS PENAIIZED j 58 j 35 Don Byerlein Ieff and 261 1 1 Detroit 1 Sf. 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XY:111y lil'll 1':111g111z111:1ss111 1111-11:11-ls'1-1111111111 11 11111 11111' f'1ll'K1 11111-. 1 1 STATISTICS WE THEY 1 1 ee me as Sees effeeeeeee gigs ee it 1 1 FIRST DOWNS l7 NET YARDS RUSHING 337 NET YARDS PASSING 73 T5 T37 164 TOTAL YARDAGE 410 301 1 PUNTING AVERAGE 27 1 1 YARDS PENALIZED i 20 42 35 john Packo confer The spacious confines of Briggs Stadiutn more than well suited the Titan's running tactics in their encounter with St. Mary's of California Gaels. End Don Bolsture stands ready to help as halfback joe Wright evades a St. Mary's tackle. A1 Ripple right iackle fa. 4' 42 1 1 1? 1 111 ,, I jim Massey fullback ,.--.. jerry Greiner cenfer Detroit -Q T Q fe- Nevada The Titans next hurled their explosive ground attack against the visiting L'nix'ersity oi Nevada NYolfpack. Picked as thc underdogs. the Titans soon proved to he more than a match for the outclasscd XYolfpack. The Titans ran through and around the heavy NYolipack line almost at will. .lim Massey, Mike Kaysserian, .lack Q'Leary, Barney LaBoe and Archie Kelly accounted for the Titan scoring. Holi Solncr, Bud .Ieakle and jerry Greiner played an outstanding game in the line. The Detroit team that was picked to lose had a tinal earned yardage of 41 1, while the Nevada team, picked to win, had only l22 yards gained. l l STATISTICS T WE M THEY rmsi Downs l 21 1 NET YARDS RUSHING 307 it 79 NET YARDS PASSING ll T04 T! 43 TOTAL YARDAGE , 4II my T22 PUNTING AVERAGE 28 I 36 YARDS PENAIIZED 35 35 Pat Kennedy lei! tackle Before the Titans were through with Wayne Tartars, they had scampered for a total of 502 yards. Here, fullback Jim Massey circles Wayne's end to add yardage to the total behind the protection of guard Bill Guay. 2, ae, L . ZTj'e:'ifg31u5iS eg: "KWH - FEM? L25 -:ggi 'Ilvf"','.i2 35'-f'-1,-as A 2" ' YS "i5"'1'e-. .P 'Ya --.J - lug M, qv? flffnqfkx . ,. sf M . . A -, V--ef. ,Q A few-ev-f E+ ' is xiiiriul K 4 'lf ix K 5 ww, - NH ' 331. ,. Q -'as ,Liv -Wm.. ,li gggjk M,-913, 1354. f - 1? - .7,.,:TX'Q:zMx.,,, The more the merrier, but not always the better. Here six hands stretched out for the ball, but not one was able to hold onto it. The scene was Briggs Stadium during the St. Mary's game, No. 53 is end Archie Kelly. Detroit Y he e e Sr. Louis Before a rain-drenched Homecoming crowd of only 5,000 people, the Red and lfVhite splashed, slid, and slipped their way to victory over the outniudded St. Louis Billikens. Joe Vlfright and Mike Kaysserian, with two scores each, and .lim Massey and l.en Rittof with one apiece, scored the touchdowns for the Titans. john Conti cznne in for his share of cheers by blocking a llilliken punt which led to ll score. Despite the slippery footing the home club managed to sail through the mud and water for a total of 291 yards rusliing. snmsncs we lmsv FIRST DOWNS 13 6 NET YARDS RUSHlNGp 291 lp 65 NET YARDS PASSING 0 R 33 TOTAL YARDAGE 291 98 PUNTING AVERAGE 33 29 5, ., I, - . , I! I . YARDS PENALIZED A 20 5 A A Alex Smail loft guard 264 Frank Audette right end Jerry Mutual i-N center ,- , i. 5 1 J 5 0 The job of quarterback on a football team demands versatility, as the two above pictures illustrate. Left, Harry Peterson does a bit of ball carrying against Wayne. Right, Bob O'Malley aims a tackle at Oklahoma Sooner's halfback Darrell Royal. x Tulsa gg Detroit A revenge-inspired Tulsa football team outscored the Titans in the final game of the season. Seeking revenge for defeat suf- fered a year ago at the hands of the Titans, the Golden Hurri- cane overcame a first half deficit and Titan threats at scoring to achieve their victory. Jack Kurkowski scored twice for the Titans, playing one of his outstanding games of the season. The other Red and Vlihite marker came on a perfectly-executed pass play from Gene Malinowski to Dan Boisture. The Titan ground attack was its usual potent self as the Detroit hacks rolled up 353 yards to Tulsa's 247. 2343223 SrAnSncS T ws mn FIRST DOWNS 2 I4 I9 NET YARDS RUSHINGJW353 247 Boijifnef NET YARDS PASSING b 22 195 TOTAL YARDAGE A 375 442 ,W gg by Q 33 PUNTING-AVERAGE 21.7 49.5 J will YARDS PENALIZED T 55 40 Bill Guay right guard 265 513 , a l so u i , M it Q1 R in as 2 22? 4 21 gil' 4 'ba - ' z Thousands more enjoyed the rough and tumble action of the Titan football field as television entered the Titan sports scene last fall. Above, operator Ken Williams manipulates one of the television cameras atop the press box that were used to televise the games from the stadium. if f A1 Nagler Paul Williams Radio SfCIfi0I'l feleyisign Press and Radio Credit for informing the Detroit public of the ex- ploits of the Titans on the football field goes to the men who covered the games for the city's newspapers and radio stations. It was through them that the Detroit public knew of the achievements of the Titan gridders, either in victory or defeat. Veteran among the men who followed the Titans for the newspapers was genial Sam Greene, of The Detroit .Ycm's. One of the top sports writers in the country, Greene has been with The Detroit N ews for over twenty years. In that time he has covered all Titan sports. The stories he has written about Titan heroes over the period of years of service with the News are almost nuniberless, lid Batchelor, Jr., of The Detroit Times, tpicture miss- ingj represents the second generation of the Batchelor family that have written about Titan athletics. His father, Ed Batchelor, Sr., wrote formerly for the Times and the News. Ed Batchelor, jr., is now taking up for the Times where his father left off. A relative newcomer to the fourth estate as far as Titan sports are concerned is Bob Latshaw, whose stories appear in The Detroit Free Press. 011 the Free Press Latshaw does general assignment work for the sports department, but he has gained himself a wide' follow- ing for his stories on high school. college and profes- sional football. All the Titan football games were aired this year over radio station VV-IBK under the sponsorship of the Nash auto dealers of greater Detroit. At the microphone for the play by play description for the home as well as the away games was amiable Al Nagler. No newcomer to the Field of sports, Nagler has been broadcasting sports in Michigan for the past 16 years. l-le is well known among alumni as well as students at U. of D. for his always reliable coverage of Titan football games. When VVVVJ-TV, The Detroit News television station, televised the Lf of D.-Central Michigan foot- ball game. the Titans became the first college football team in the Midwest to have their football games brought to the public by way of the television screen. The complete schedule of home games was televised by NYXVJ-TY. Paul XfYilliams, widely known announcer for radio station VVVVJ, gave word descriptions of the football action to the television audience. VVilliams' job at the television microphone was by no means easy. The job is demanding since the announcer has to coordi- nate his account with the view on the television screen. and with the audience seeing as well as hear- ing the account of the action, the demand for exact- ness is great. Sam Greene The Detroit News Bob Latshaw The Detroit Free Press 267 Rev Albert Poetker. S.j. Rev. George Kmieck, S. Rev. Norbert Preusser, SJ. Prof. William Kelly Joyce Athl tic Board of Control The cheering students at a Titan sports event take for granted that their favorite hero is out on the field compet- ing against a traditional rival. The time, the place, the officials, the players, and they themselves seem to con- verge by mutual accord. It is not that simple. Behind the cheering crowd, behind the fighting Titan men, are the unseen and unsung members of the Athletic Board who meet once a month for the purpose of directing the dcstinies of University sports. This year, the 'Board wrote a historic chapter in the sports annals of the University. Viforking silently be- hind the scenes. they secured admission to the Missouri Valley tfonference which holds championship meets in tennis, golf and track and championship competition in lf rf illjilll. The board is responsible for the establishing of bolicy. the awarfling of athletic letters. the establishing of eligi- bility rules and their enforcement and interpretation, the approving of athletic schedules, and the recommending and hiring of coaches. The board is made up of ten members, of which the treasurer of the University, the director of athletics and the faculty moderator of athletics are ex-ofhcio members. Three faculty members and three alumni members, serve three-year terms. The present board is made up of the Rev. George A. Kmieck, SJ., chairman and faculty moderator of athletics: the Rev. Albert H. Poetker, SJ., executive dean : the Rev. Norbert ul, Preusser, treas- urerg Prof. Paul P. Harbrecht, Prof. VVilliam Kelly vloyce. the Hon. Thomas F. Maher, Julian Cheviron and -loseph Payette. The Very Rev. XVilliam 'IQ Millor, SJ., president of the L'niversity, and Lloyd llrazil, director of athletics. are the ex-officio members of the Board. Hon. Thomas Maher julian Cheviron 268 Julian Payette Prof. Paul Harbrecht Basketball For minute after minute of fast action, no sport can match the fast moving action on the basketball court. In this, as in no other sport, the margin of victory can easily be two points scorecl on a basket in the last minute of play, or the margin of defeat one point scorecl on a free throw. When there is a free ball on a basketball court, there will always be eager hands reaching for it. The action below is from the Kalamazoo game the Titans won, 38 to 27. I Charles Kemen forward Vince Burns forward ,gm Q" Joe Wright guard , W. ."J 1.1 -, ' "'N. ' F"l,ffN ' fx , f 1,-, -" ,X fXf1W 1LfWVLQ l , '-VI ' - ' ff X , V- , f M -,- , LV, 4, J VVV, M W ,W Y, Y, -, Bill Ward forward is ,fx AS ,ff H 4 Q9 elfiffk 'F X fm 4 'z- Q4 mf 0' fu gy, 4 5 6 Q fa Ed jeakle forward Dan Boisture forward Pat Kennedy, winner of a post season award for being the most improved 1' player on the team, below displays some of the kind of playing that won the honor for him. Vi iz 1 ml, i 9, E E I 9 QS' W HQHHRL I A X . ff X Y X 'iviwil 1 L , f , T X 'Q m . f ww K " Ag 1 i f ' ff 1. .vs .. sg: - Lf f . ,J 'fx X r brendan McNamara -, i ,ZX guard . ginseng.- Pat Kennedy Cellfel' 272 Wffbm N -gg ,rg , ...X , K' kr 1 ,X Ldo I ji f f fl, 1 5 1 t"',2..."-v- NN'-N E , X I ' -4 .. f' ' 1 ' X 1 'iv-A , , , john Kirwan forward Michigan Normal College on its visit to Detroit bested the Titans on thi home court, 46 to 39. Here Joe Wright takes a dog shot under the basl- for the Titans. ,-- 1' V Y ' V K ' Yin: lf- , .N ,ki 1 JlMVfi.vJ,'!-1 f ' ' it X l . if J, i e v. N, .-. .. i.. X., W .A,, s as' L Q , I lX3?,:' ,,- S VF 'K .X fs, X , x , ,, V' 'yfr V, ,Q ff, gvllxy xx! H X 3, , vii' X V Q jfii jim Beale forward ove is one of the most unusual pictures ever taken at any of the U. of D.- tre Dame basketball games. john Kirwan makes a shot surrounded by four upward-looking Irish players. DFT? we Kirin ra GK? lil- flier ff" 'iff T TA FV" FJ l6l frm' 5 'A EJLXJL lfj ':JLl 'iff UL 0 f fl in mf :Lf LM45' V1 1 do ' 1 O f L: Aw Ted Mishtal guard flplg ' Dan O'Donnel1 guard 273 waiwes-,sv N' xy' y .. john Shada Head Basketball Coach Scores of Games Detroit . . Detroit ,..... . . . John Carroll . . . . . . Loras ........ . . . Mich. Normal .. . . Marquette . Wayne . . . Loyola ..,. Mich. State . Detroit .... Mich. State . Dayton .... Xavier .,.., Notre Dame 38-27 . . 54-51. .. .. 60-41. .. 63-58 .,.. .46-39. . . 71-43... 44-27... 57-37... 52-34 .... 49-36 .... 66-31... 54-50... 59-38 .... 55-30... . .Kalamazoo West Ontario .. . ...Detroit . . .Detroit . . .Detroit . . .Detroit . . .Detroit . . .Detroit . . . . . .Detroit . .U. of Quito . . . .Detroit . . .Detroit . . .Detroit . . .Detroit Basketball Statistics liefore the start of the season, the future looked dim for the 11947-48 Titan haskethall team. lYith the return of only Iwo letterinen from the previous season, there was little to the hope that newcomers eould till the gaps in the lineup. 'llhe season hegan for the Titans with two successive yietories, over Kalamazoo and XYestern t Jntario. Despite these two yietories, the outlook for the future did not im- prove. .X team that would test the true strength of the 'liitans was still to he mel. ln the ensuing games. the Titans met teams that were more than fitted to test their strength. .Xfler hrealcing a 7 game losing streak with a victory over the traveling South .Xnierieans of the University of Quito, the 'Ili ans resumed their losing ways with another losing streak. this time of 5 games. The season's end foiind the 'llitans with only 7 yietories as compared with tifteen defeats. Xyith the odds of victory so heavy against them, the 'llitan eagers were still al ale to exhihit a remarkahle spirit in defeat. Neither did they ever lack the determination to win. lt was the second year as head hasltethall eoaeh for ,lohn Shada. tonsidering that with his inexperienced team Shada had liefore him not only one of the toughest lists of opponents. hut also one of the longest schedules in 'llitan history, the nuinher of defeats can not he justly weighed against the numher of yietories. 1, . Dayton .... 32-28. . . ...... Detroit Detroit .... 52-37 . . . Mich. Normal john Carroll.. . . ..51-44 ......Detroit Detroit .... 43-35. . . ...... Wayne Warren Hintz Detroit .... 61-43. . . .Kalamazoo Marquette 4 63-40. . H .lll Detroit 'l'hree trophies were awarded this year to memhers Loyola 67-37. U .'...' Detroit of the liasltethall team. XYarren llintz, above, re- Detroit My 46-44 ...U Uhtwest Ontario eeiyed the llon lYattrielc Most lifhcient playei award. l'at Kennedy reeeiyed the Most Improved l'layer trophy presented hy the Varsity News. Bren- Total 13011115 dan KleNaniara was awarded the Upsilon Delta Detroit 920, Opponents 1,113 Signia trophy for leading the team in points scored. 7-l :1i10mQ1f 2 I " Q X 3' 4' 5' if 4 4 5 'L' A "' v 4 Q Q s 3 ' 5 . it ' sr we 1, Q i ,p., ., Qr 6 V ir'-filfllfi, ilfijlx - I Y ' "I XY' .ri 5, k ,. Q, Q, 4 .4 Q , 4 Q 4 If Y yffii' . 5 . ""'9""'W4 ww --M... Q ' 1 Iwo: i a 'M we QQ as-so +-1 I+ is -I -I bw X I N' I viii tg ,Nady - Q , 'f P Q it , MQ Q ff 4 lv 4' .af 4 PM-.N M Q : " Xi A , 4 9 if -as wg so 'Q www, N -- X Q 'QM ,W In V 3, Q 4 5 To iw. x i' 9 nm ,xAkk 1 V """'1't"""'QQ , wa 'N' ' 2 41-+ve-A Q 4 I 4 3 ' 1' " W 'Q " ,. ' TQff"ii""f W ' Q' "s 'fi' was I , fp A -I-Q 4 I -3 1- N 'Q 'Q 'I 'I f. N ,ME I .'gww.i Q In Qt , r I ,M A 9 I 9 s Q l -rs N, fn if el X , ? ,Q Wersi! ,xY ms-ax, AAV, .. so A . .r ,, L I 2 f L A. 1. ... A., - ., I I I I I I ,I ,I Ii I I I I I I I I Baseball I As a slower moving ancl less strenuous sport, baseball has a lure for I everyone. A safe hit by the home team, a stolen base, a fumblecl ball by the opposing team, and a disliked umpire all make college I baseball a popular sport as well as a national pastime. I 27 5 I I. s ,je 1 -Q. Q is X X Y ' rt Us es? if - Swim was . 's 4s ,142 1?.w'ff,f2v fs, ,sv ,4 M. V - . . Q "Ag , - - ' ' 4. .,,. ..., ,,,, . . 1-255- ,i,,, ,,.. mi A Lloyd Brazil Head Baseball Coach i C I lillessed with exceptionally good weather, the l9-iS ecli- tion of the Titan baseball squad rounded into line shape rapidly. This year's team is composed ul seasoned veterans and promising newcomers who may well produce one ol' the greatest teams in L' ol. lfs baseball history. Coach Lloyd Brazil lielded an opening lineup against -Xlma with lettermen at six ol the nine positions. lncluded among this group were: Captain Boll Prendergast at third base, lloh Gorman at second, and Niiarren l lintz at first. ln the outlield were liralcie Qrr in left and Boll lleym, a converted intielder, in center, The remaining letterman was tall, gangling Bob Miller on the mound. The remaining positions were filled by llerhie Boldt at short. ,lack Ofonner in right and l.ee Yan Hevele lie- hincl the bat. So far this season the Titans have 4 wins and 3 losses. the result of victories over Alma, XVayne, Percy Qlones and Toledo. Their losses were iniiicterl by Michigan State, Michigan and Michigan Normal. The loss to the Spartans was a heart-lirealcer. linjoy- ing a 5-l lead going into the ninth, the Titans lost the lead and State forced the contest into extra innings. The l2th inning proved disastrous as Sate pushed across two runs to down the Titans 7-5. ln all, the Titans have l2 lettermen hack from past year's teams. ln addition to the six mentioned earlier, there are: pitchers-Al Thieleman, Ed Zaliagiris, Pete Vivano and Ray Pety 1 outlielder, Dick Reading and in- lielder, Tony Lenzion. Two promising hurlers returning from last years squad who are being counted on to add to the Red and Wlhite pitching punch are --Xndy Dranchalc and Bob Totte, both sophomores with two more seasons ol' eligibility. Alma . . . Michigan Normal . . . Toledo The all important positions in the Titan in- held were filled by three veterans and one newcomer to the Titan baseball team. At third base was Captain Bob Prendergast, who was putting in his third season as a regular. The newcomer to the infield was Herb Boldt, second from left, who held down the short- stop position with Tom Lendzion. With two years playing behind him, Bob Gorman held down second base for the third straight year. For Warren Hintz, extreme right, it was the first year as starting first baseman, although he played at that position on last year's team. 270 . fm. s Q ...st .e,,.-,silk xggwgg,e..Sg,W.a.ss...a..sM-i sim- 5 , , .. FN, ing - s . 1. ss is 5 -was f N 'Qs ii. 5 ,isis s 1 ' . arcs . Q ' ez . amps as - ,E . t 4 s. s .Xxglwsy .. -Q .... sg 1, ' ' -Y'-ik-I X'-To '-CN-5 " WW POF - x . 1 I N -is 'weve ff NY s A me it -1-r:-1' Q5 . 'KX Fmt X L ' 4 it Xiu 1f.f-'wa'-Far... "" , " . ....v..4v. V X.:-525-1 -s i --Lis 5 . - .V ws-.ss - ,... i"'i 1 --sr... ,,.,4 , lxgll . .,,:4-if ,.. t ,.,, . . . X yllvlg 4 Q X Q - r. X . .Q indlay , -- , W ,,, ,, - Z , . -fr .. A may .S , sm x 'N . . Y. .A X - -ew . .r 'L J' N .Q 9. -.-. - -X f ,. X ox. . Kg N W , F , .gf sk 'X , U A ,I p , , . ,1,.A , 4 s 9. ,s. .. . -5... - . " - X -N.,-. ,gg ,- ...,, 5 .g -- -.S-.-,,. 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Michigan State Detroit ........ . .12-6. . . ..... Toledo Detroit . . ...... Michigan Michigan State . . . , 7-5. . . . . Detroit Detroit , . ........ . . . Xavier Findlay ....... . . 5-0. . . ..... Detroit Detroit . . . . .Central Michigan Detroit . . . . 4-3. . . . . Cincinnati Detroit . ........ Michigan Detroit . . . . . . . Cincinnati Detroit . . . . . . Alma Detroit . . . . . Xavier Detroit . . . Wayne The Titan trio pictured below could always be depended upon for a good performance at their respective positions when the need arose. Tom Lendzion, far left, alternated with Bob Boldt at shortstop. Bob Miller, center, was one of Lloyd Brazil's selections for starting pitcher. Bob Gorman, right, played at the pivot position on the team. .. .N f - 1- -2' ' Q fa f, Mf I Upon the shoulders of the coach rest the responsibility for teaching the funda mentals of the game to the players an correcting whatever faults they ma have. Lloyd Brazil, himself a baseba star years ago, is shown demonstratini the proper swing of the bat to Joh Smith, who tried out for the team. Central Michigan . . . Xavier . . . Alma . . . Toledo i In their initial encounter with Alma played at the U. of D. field, the Titans proved to be better hitters than their visitors as they won, 8 to 3. Herb Boldt is shown rounding second base on his way to third in the third inning in which the Titans scored two runs. 27N ii ,. , il ..- .1 'ii Titan Baseball Roster Bob Gorman ..... Robert Troshak . . Enos McDonnell . Robert Prendergast .... .... Dick Reading ....... . . . Leon Van Hevele. . Herbert Boldt. . . john O'Connor .. Robert Miller ..... Andrew Dranchak. Ed Zaliagiris ...., Robert Heym. . . Tom Lendzion .... Art Miarecki . . . Pete Viviano. . . Robert Totte . . . Ray Poty ......... Albert Thielmans . joe Foran ...... Warren Hintz. . . Brakie Orr .... Paul Taylor .... 2b .c -P 3b .of - ...C .ss .of -P -P -P .cf inf .of -P -P -P -P -P lb .lf lb sg l if-331, :El 2 5,5 Q if 5 EP gl 1 The above action took place in the First inning of the Alma game. Pitcher Bob Miller watches as first baseman Warren Hintz retires the Alma batter who had grounded out to short. Michigan Normal . . . Findlay . . . Wayne . . . Cincinnati W . dr 6 U i , , 1 4? as , , , A-' f U , , , M was . Qwwgi' Wi, Q- Right Helder john O'Connor, who got two hits against Alma, doubled in the third inning to score Herb Boldt with the first Titan run. Above, O'Connor is shown at bat just before he hit the ball deep into right field. 279 4, l 1. lllP-., . Shown abov i hp! an' e is the beginni ng of 3 fast S . Dlcal w ater meet during Q the swi of the contests, m Season which Sa W the Titan men Win the - . maJOr1ty Case . . . Michigan State . . . lllinois Tech . . . Loyola Showing considerable improvement over last year. the 'l itan swimmers ended the 1948 season with a creditable record ol' 4 wins as against 3 losses. A The mermen opened the season by splashing to a 50-25 victory over flllio L'niyersity. lid Pinkerton, Fred Car- honero, l,ou llehlarco, llick Mandle, and Carl Kegclman all captured hrst to pace the Detroit team. The Titan swimmers then ran into trouble as Michi- gan State and Howling Green outpointed the team. Fred Qarhonero, Frank liielnian. Vince Haroncy, and Denis Schmiedelie did the brunt oi the Titan scoring. I'aced by Frank liielman who captured two lirsts. De- troit then swamped Loyola of Chicago by a 50-25 margin. .lim Finn and lioh Quist also helped the team to garner points. The Titans then touli time oil from regular competition to take part in the Michigan A.-XL' Championship. The 400 yard relay team composed oi Lee Embrey. Fred Car- bonero. Denis Schmiedeke. and Ed Pinkerton took a share of the honors. Their time ol' 3 349 set a new Univer- sity record and was only 4 seconds short of the winning time set hy the powerful relay squad of the University of Michigan. Fresh from their LXR L' success, the Titans then smoth- ered lllinois Tech in a lop-sided, water-logged meet. 280 57-IH. The Titans captured six lirsts and placed in each event. Detroit's traditional rival. Wayne, marred the record by outpointing the Titans despite Dems bCll1Nl6Cl6liE'S line showing. Smarting from this defeat, the tankmen churned to a 46-29 win over Fenn college in the season's finale. How- ard Ternes. Ed Kegelinan. and Frank Bielman paced the team. indicating their improvement, the tankers set or tied 15 existing swim records. Four ot these were against high calibre opponents in the Central Collegiate Confer- ence Meet. Frank Bielinan was tl1e outstanding swimmer on the squad. Garnering 4854 points, Frank broke the record which was set by Bob Heretier in 1945. Detroit .............. 50-25 .... . . . Ohio U. Mich State fjrj ...... 51-32 .... . . Detroit Bowling Green . . . . . .45-30 .... ......... D etroit Detroit ....... . . .50-25 ..... Loyola CChicagoj Detroit . . . . .57-18 .... ..... I llinois Tech Wayne U. . . . . .42-32 .... ....... D etroit Detroit . . . . .46-29 .... . . . Fenn College l I 4 'P ,J Titan Swimming ,Xmiable Wallace NY. Laury has coached the Titan mermen for the past two seasons. Unlike most coaches. who depend on their own collegiate record to gain merit. Laury has ascended the ladder of success one rung at a time. Achievements, not records, have lifted him to his present post as Titan tank mentor. .X graduate of the L'niversity of Minnesota in 1927. l.aury did not take part in competitive swimming there. lle came to Detroit to gain a position in the city's public school system. His interest in aquatics was so great that he took over the tank team at Northwestern High School the same year. Building his lirst U of D squad around a group oi in- experienced treshmen, Laury churned tirelessly to keep his head above water. His efforts hegan to hear fruit this season when the Titan tankmen were victorious in four out of seven meets. embers of l Frank Laury Swimming Coach 1948 T' . 'C Mandle ei 'tan Swi , 11m Finn m Squad , Lou DeMa set more var ' rco, Ed pinker Sify records th ton, Ca 1 an any Othe - Cartionrifsegijm' .Captain 1355215 E256 Swimming was establ, ndmg is Coach prank 12311, Lee Embrey' Arlsliled at the University Left .MQ WIN! Q' ury. ernes, Dems Schmiedekgo right are an Fred ' . ' , .Q . s . E , s 223 ...QU 1 4' ,Z ' f- V? a wx . if 6 A V , vang fx 3 I i ., 'N'34'7Q " f 1 f , , . lim ' , I 13" -PNN? 9"""'Pl" Athle e of the ye lfor his ahility on the foothall Held and on the cincler track, and for his ainiahle disposition as a sports ligure, XYally Gruber was seleetecl hy the stnflent horlv as the Athlete of the Year in the annual poll sponsorecl hv the Varsity News. ,Ns a hallhack on the loothall team, Gruher's licst clelensive weapon was his speefl. Xvhen there was a possihilitv of a touchtlown heing scorecl on a hreakawav play, Gruher almost always was on hancl to tackle the joh. ln track. for the seconcl year Gruber is con- tinuing' to excel in the 220, -HO and mile relay events. Ks winner ul. the stnclent poll. ljruher he- comes the tirst athlete to receive the Yince liacli Memorial Awarrl, instituted this year hy the ll Cluh in honor of Vince Kadi, halfhack on the N33 Titan varsity squad. 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Washington Detroit . ..Bowling Green One of the most interesting track events to watch is the intricately-executed pole vault. The maneuver demands speed, split second timing and proper handling of the pole. Ben Archer, right, is shown clearing the 12 foot bar in the Hillsdale meet. Dr. Raymond Forsyth Head Track Cauch S2235 , iwfliaws, I if ? ' " '.,.. rf? ' '1 In the Hillsdale track meet, Dick Trafney, right, came in a close sec- ond in the 880 yard run, as shown by the tape which is still across his chest. Hillsdale won the race with the time of 1:03.5. . :fm ::.,-- 4 ....A A A We Sa? , ,, ,lei ww ,X 'f we ,S , , ., V: ' auf 4. A ,142 va i 6, 1 . '," f-2 ,- ' t gg ,! y n 'e: .,,,,'W if Ha- 4 " .a ffl, M4144 143 X f , ru 4164i M ,,,.,.., 'V Fig' w i v I Y l f i P SX, X J it s X. ilk' ' 4 -xl. 1 ws X X Xxx s c e xx X Q S t t Q5 5 N' S 5 X as X xg ii 5 SX 5 X ct QXX N S x .X t X N NN as N PQ A 3 tix s Q X six C t it . Only after hours of practice do the fencers feel conhdent enough to go into com- Y petition. Harry Jensen, left, and jerry Bruce, right, practice with sabers as Al j Kunzmann, john Bruce and George Dietrich look on. I Titan Fencing lfinishing the season with a .500 average, the Titan fencers postecl the hest season reeortl in this sport since 1037 , A , its inception in l.ecl Inv Captain .Ierry lirtice, the Cniversitv swords- nien conipilecl a recorrl of three wins, three losses, ancl one tie. During the season, the Titans were victorious over the Cniversity of Toronto, Tri-State College, and Cincinnati. anfl tiecl with Xliayne Cniversity. The losses were to Notre llanie. Michigan State College, anrl tlherlin. The fencers, in aflflition to their successful season, won g Oberlin . . . Notre Dame . . . Wayne . . . Michigan State fi 4 A .., M116 1 A Z ,sfiiifigff zz' i -f 7' fjy-mffff '- 4 . rg 2, JN aff: 1. new .WM ,T at 4: 1' 5? Q ff f nw 0, Y 4a 1 ! I ,W 1 1 1 ' ' aff ","' .f '?,gf'f7 , , , ' , "VMI v- w I ,j 1 I I y ' 1- ffw' W' f W' f 'f 11' Ml ' ' 'AW' WA.,-,,., ,I , W . 1 -fdffv 5275 Z , f , ff f , , 3 fl H1 , ,ff 2 '?'f6':f?'i', -I T-'iff i n Detroit . . Oberlin ...,.. Michigan State Notre Dame . . Detroit .. Detroit .. Detroit . jst. jerry Bruce Fencing Coach 1615- ..i5 - .. ..l6 - ...mfg- H1395- H1222- ...l7 - 101. 12 ll 95 132 gi 10 ix Q 'xqlzll 2. . , . Toronto U. . . . Detroit . . . Detroit fz. . . . . Detroit 2 ,....,.... Wayne fz. Tri-State College . . .Cincinnati U. further clistinction hv winning the first Michigan Col- legiate Team Championship. The team won over Michi- ffan Qtate I awrence Tech Cniversitv of X'ilCiliU"lIl 5 . , 1 , . Y , A .oc , XX avne, anrl Highland Park -I. C -Iohn liruce. .lerrv lirnce, ancl :Xl i'lllllZlll2lllll won the gultl, silver, ancl bronze nieclals. respectively, in the epic competition in this event. .Terry lirtice brought the tirst national ranking in this sport to the Cniversitv hy taking thirtl place saher honors at the NCAA championship at Annapolis. To aflcl to these conquests, the fencers aniasseml a total ul' nine nieclals in F-tate -Xniateur liencers' League coin- petition. These inclticlefl two gold. two silver, anal tive lmronze awarrls. The Titan fencing team poses below with the Michigan Collegiate Fencing Championship trophy they won in competition with other Michigan colleges From left to right, they are: A1 Kunzmann, Herb Bauer, coach and captain Jerry Bruce, Harry Jensen, Paul Ghena, Art Bruce and john Bruce. jerry and John Bruce are brothers. , K , ilt . I ff, 0 at ff QGVGQ Gff ff I 1' ff ? 4? Lima- iw- X f f ,fx W- ,. 1.1 I ff ly 2 W ,X ff ,Q , , r ff fff ff IQ? 5 1 ff , 4 3 1 ' i Titan Tenni Hoasting' a wealth of personnel and a great deal uf experience. the tennis squad is having one ol the best years in the history of the school. The entire varsity squad from the previous year was on hand al the opening of the season to place the Xg .fp -- L R 53 ,.x.S?8?1Np,fi"w3is r T it .7 I . Ek: .t , , E7 -f . st-K-a s so , 4 tx Q.-' f - L-si 'XY t .A , 's" 1' 44..,:,-ff' M.. - -.,f..::::,.e 4 1 3 Q :.' H si 4 Q, 1 f I ofzifi of' 'F as A 'fi fy ,M if are ff z45i,Z , xwxfhgjf W f , ' Q l3 game schedule. Captain lloh lileinsinith, l,arry A ,bxfhfhe K y , gXf,e Kane and john XYalton. all veterans. formed the ,Wgjeg,,, . g - - - - . .M it ffl- "'4"Q nucleus ot this year s teani. However, they were it ,A,, , to ,e,-, 't,' s 'Q f C severely put, to keep up with the newconiers, XYalter ""MM.... ,it, y Q - - - - 1, ' 't., x J f7'4 'Q T' . l'.IlQ'llSll and .Xl li enuart. ltnghsh quickly' took over s A ,!,i ijt. the nunilier one 51101 lor the l itan net nien and has 4 ,.MeQ'i'fi 'm'M'e" 1' Correct balance, poise and timing add up to make tennis one of the most artful sports, and often, almost ballet-like. Al Renuart, above, is pictured going to his right to make a shot off the ground. Michigan . . .Toledo . . .Alma. . .Central Michigan. . .Albion sparked theni to four xictories in tive matches. Thomas Ryan and llick Zahorowslqi rounded out the squad. The teani is coached by Xlialter tPudgeJ Cara- naugh who is a star in his own right, having won three letters in basketball and tennis. lie captained the Titan net squad in his senior year. An interesting sideline on Cayanaugli's coaching activities lies in the fact that the Titan mentor serves without pay in order to retain his amateur standing. Even with the loss of two lettermen from last year's squad, hopes are high for the tennis team to turn in one of the best season records in the school's history. Part of the team is pictured below, left to right: Nagel Pocsta, manager: Dick Russellg Bob Kleinsmith, captaing John Walton and Al Renuart. Walter Cavanaugh Tennis Coach Hill T33 '. 11? J4YJ'IJb,"H.Y'Ql'.l Detroit . . . . .8-2 ..... Michigan Normal Detroit . . . . .9-2. . .......... Albion Detroit . . . . .7-3 . . ...,.... . . Wayne Detroit . . . . . Michigan Normal Detroit . . . . Michigan Detroit . . .......... Toledo Detroit . . . . Central Michigan Detroit . . .......... Albion Detroit . . ......... Toledo Detroit . . . . Michigan State Detroit . . . . Central Michigan Detroit . . .......... Alma Detroit . . . . Michigan State 225 3 1 2 288 Tom Hoomaian Titan oxing Xxx i N. 3 , . N .Mg X' ' :Jef ,X 25 3, , Q- J , Jerry Gremer lack Robbins Four of Five Boxers Took Titles in CYO Tourne Y Although unrepresented in collegiate hoxing cir- a lineman on the freshinan lootlmall teani, easily out- cles, the Cniversity was well represented in Detroit's hoxed his opponent to take the championship in his Catholic Youth Organization boxing tournament, class. like tireiner. Aligala fought for the Catholic held in February. Central hoxing cluh. Out of Five C. of ll. pugilists who entered the ring 'llhe second freshman to take honors in the tourna- the night of the Hnals, four canie out at the sound of :nent was Toni llooinaian. lfigliting in the light the bell as champions in their respective weight heavyweight. class li category, llooinaian had little classes. trouhle while gaining his decision. lle fought for The one loss to the pugilists caine in the open the llighland l'arlq Boys cluh. heavyweiglit class. ,lerry tjreiner, center on the var- Une of the niost exciting houts on the card the sity grid squad, tools on the defending champ from the previous year. lixperience spelled the difference of victory as Greiner was knocked out in the first ,Xlter three rounds of hard tigliting, the decision x round. Despite the defeat, tireiner is considered the hest prospect for the title next year. In the tourna- superiority. liohhins represented the St. Cecelia ment Clreiner fought for the Catholic Central hoxing ing cluh. eluh. One ol' the four victories scored for the C. of lJ. hoxers was registered in the novice heavyweight Hoys'cluh.'l'hehard-punchinglfitzgihhonoutset class hy ZIJU-pounrl .lerry Migala. lligala. who was his opponent in the three round match. ,www .0 . ., W, ..,,,,.W 'r A4' if ' f f Q Tom Fitzgibbon Jerry Migala llo night of the linals was in the novice niiddleweight class, in which .lack liohhins won his championship. V115 given to Rohlmins on the hasis of a sniall margin of X- The championship in the l-l7-pound class went to loin lfitzgihhon. who lights for the tiene Tunney irefl Q. 239 cs Q X AQ A Q X """Qu-f -f-..,,...,, uu...,, ' 'W--f-a,, al .ff Prof. William Kelly Joyce Head Golf Coach Titan Golf Opening his fourteenth year as head of the Titan linlqsinen this spring, Coach llvilliam Kelly 'loyce has huilt his lf-HS six-man squad around five letter- inen. Captain 'Dick llenchler, winner of the highly coveted Fisher Trophy for two consecutive years. once again hecaine high point man of the team. Biggest surprise to Coach -loyce this spring' was the improved playing' of Don Visscher who came within one point of capturing the' Fisher Trophy. Yisscher has played in the number two slot. Numher three man on the roster was filled hy Qlohn Povlitz who played his third season as a Titan golfer. An- other two year letterman to see plenty of action the past spring was Hob Devine. Boh ranked fourth among the point winners of the squad. Roy lcehurg, a l'l42 letterman returned to the team last spring after four years in the service. Newcomer to this year's squad is Frank Yogt. a senior. The Red and NYhite l,inksmen opened their l9-W campaign with a three day invasion of lndiana. Play- ing on strange fairways and greens, they dropped tilts to Purdue University, the University of lndiana and Butler University. After dropping matches to Northwestern and Toledo the following week, the Titan linksnien journeyed to Chicago where they cluhbed their way to victory over a stuhhorn Loyola team, l4VQ to IZM. Hest cards of the Titans that day were those of Vis- scher and Turner who shot a 44 and 45 respectively. Intramural Football Xml onlv have the residents ol llolden lilall t 1 intril futed lettermen to the foollillll team, hut thev have also handed together a team of lesser tars who succeeded in hecoining' intramural s 4 tootliall champs. '- lhe plavers from left to right in the front row are Ioe Raispis, llicli llrahos, Al Mclfitis. Tom lirvant. lohn Sweda. lim Lehman, Al l.: lt s - L. Y l'C ln the hack row are lfr. lidmund Montville 5 I lion Fitzgerald, Holi Light, George .., l'ochan and -lim Smith. 790 431536, 'cliff-. ..P. 7 .' ., ,K , -2 V l Not to be outdone by their sister coeds on the Uptown campus, the freshman coeds on the jefferson campus formed a basketball team. With a lack of experienced players, the team went through the season without a win. The mem- bers of the team are, reading from left to right: First row: Marie Synk, Co-Capt. Barbara Kading, Co-Capt. Mary Ann Smiley and Francis Wieleba: second row: Betty Lou Hitt, Katherine Clark, Beverly Hochstein and Terrian Porter: third row: Coach Danny Walos, Mary Ann Browlee, Barbara Gaule, Dorothy Kalin and Coach Gene Gatza. cl Ba ketball T cam ,mam Pictured at the left is the Uptown campus co- ed basketball team that was victorious twice over their less experienced sisters from Dow- ling Hall. Besides the two victories over Dowling Hall, the coeds won over St. james while losing one game to Highland Park junior College. Reading from left to right, the members of the team are: front row: Pat Ospalek, Capt. Louise Kovach, Bernice Pilew- ski and Virginia Schneiderg second row: Ilene Reiner, Adele Stone, Barbara Piotrowski, and f Jean Lyonsg third row: Maribel Steen, Mary Jane Cummings, Helen Gillies and manager ,. Kay Kushner. Z z ti 291 in appreciation . . . . . . For the fine cooperation of the Faculty and Students ofthe University in our endeavor, the Editors wish to express their gratitude. Especially to Rev. James P. Caine, S.J. for his aid with the quotations from Newman found herein I B. K. D. D. G. P. K. J. E. Albrecht Alter Beck B-Lack B0-dj1gLJ,r. Brancheau Braus Bray Budde H. 1. J. R. K. F. P. A. F. A. Busuttil Cassidy Chamgine Um mmm Daskus Deschmyg Devine Donnen Dorheck 1. W. I. J. E. V. P. W. R. W. Dyle Edukaitis Frank Lqrlg-ng Ggch Qaygjg Gaughan Gaunhan Goeke Gross A. M. B. R. 1. F. L. S. F. G. Gulherie Hallenheclr Hayward H-ggjgyys linhjygj liygaluk Knvachell Kuvachell Krall Laehy R. W. D. 1. J. A. G. C. 1. T. 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The trouble? There are so many man-made wonders to show them up as "bushers" in the llvliracle League. Could any amount of lamp rubbing produce, for example, such out-of-this-world things as: the electron microscope, germ-killing lamps, jet planes or the electric eye? They've also switched radar from the battlefield to the kitchen in a dingus which will roast a hot dog, or broil a steak, before you can draw a cup of coffee to go with it. It's enough to give any Class A genie a nervous breakdown. And, as always, there are two schools of thought on where we go from here. One is the x -6 L. Ellsworth, one-time U. S. Commissioner of ably represented by those like Mr. Henry Patents, who in 184-l slated that man had reached end of his creative ability! There's another, larger school, thank goodness, which holds that we are only crossing the threshold of man's creativeness . . . only beginning to sense the bountiful world ahead. 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We use them whenever replacement parts are needed for your Ford, to give you , We check and double check every service ' iob with Special Ford Equipment just to make Q 53- - Eg' sure the work is done exactly right. This x " special equipment is still another assurance Xi wg ' A .X 1 of real service for your car. X' - it '.:. x jf My 3 I l - -' ef T of PARKS-MacMICHAEL MOTOR SALES 14240 W. 7 Mile Rd., Detroit, Michigan CLARENCE BELL, INC. 21015 John R., Detroit, Michigan HETTCHE MOTOR SALES 2475 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, Michigan W. B. DEYO, CO. 7379 Woodward, Detroit, Michigan more trouble-free miles of performance. RIVARD BROS. 20955 Van Dyke, Baseline, Detroit, Michigan RUSS DAWSON, INC. 16231 Woodward, Detroit, Michigan MOWBRAY-FINCH 12401 Joseph Campau, Detroit, Michigan STARK-HICKEY INC. 8461 Grand River, Detroit, Michigan A. W. REISTER 3100 E. Jefferson, Detroit, Michigan DAHLINGER-KAY 12530 Hamilton, Detroit, Michigan NORTHLAWN MOTOR SALES 11111 Grand River, Detroit, Michigan GORNO BROTHERS 2175 W. Jelterson, Trenton, Michigan EDWARD F. MILLER 28417 Detroit, Flat Rock, Michigan 301 P M fr -ff CGO1lfllIIli'd from page JQNJ f Davis, Dorothy J., B.S.-Spanish Club. X Day, Ralph E., Pli.B.-Psycliology Club. J DeBeau, John J., B.S.eDclta Pi Kappa. Devey, Janie lVl., Pli.l3.-Rho Gainma Zeta l'lQ4'lgc Mistress -lf: Soilulityg lkycbologty Club: Campus Capers. Digby, Joan lVI., Pll.R.iC01llO1'0I Psychology Club. Dilworth, E. James, AN.ll.-'ljsycliology Club Qliicer 46-47: Delef gate at Large -lf-43. Doyle. Jeremiah J., lill.li.-Fl'L'llCll Club -lll--ll: lfclucatiou Club .l'1't-s. 47--lg. . . Eberhardt, Cherie A., HS. in lfcluc.-.Xlpba Cbi Tau -l5--lo-47--l8: ONTIAC 3 , XX'ritt-r, ll-ziture Eclitorg l'lZlyL'l'S. i. il Nl5L'L'S Rzulio Series l'l'OflllL'llO1l?ll .Xssistant 47: VIOXYCI' Assof Ciziti- lirlitoi' -lb-48: Varsity News Columnist -l-l-462 l'layci's -l-l- -l5--lo--l7-43. Egan, John L., .-X.l93.-lbeltzi l'i Kappa: Yzuwity News Venture Fenlon, Paul F., B.S.kF1'osli Frolic Coiuiuittucg Football -ll--lfi. f ' Finlay, Mary P., l'li.B.-Sorlulityg lnt. Relations Club. Fisher, Albert George, .X.l3.--Class 'lil't'ZlSlll'Cl' 48: Blue Key: Magi: . Tower Staff 423 Sorlality 'l.il'L'E1illl'Cl' 431 Sopb Snowball Ticket S E R V I C E 1 P A R T S Cliairmziii -ll-23 Frosli lfrnlic Tic-ket Cliziii-111111142--13. Frazer, Josephine C., l'li.l3.4Sodal1ty: lkycliology Club. il Frechette, Shirley M., l'li.I1.fSorlality. gr Galia, Josephine, fill.-Soflality: licluczitiim Club Publicity Chair-- coLusuoN SERVICE J COMPLETE i, man. Gallagher, Patricia Ann, Illrll.-Ya1'sity Nt-ws: Mzmuscribblers. Garofalo, Rose 1VI., .l'll.B.fl:l'CllCll Club. George, Patricia, BS.-Soflzilityz tic-riiiaii Club. Gordon, Conrad C., B.S.-Scum-ta1'y of lfmwix-igii Student Clrgaiiiza- , tion, l C A R R 0 N P 0 N T I A C IN C, K Gorsuch, Joan A., l'b.ll.-Cmiimo. l Gudaitis, William V., l3.S.fl'llue Key: l'i Kappa Delta: Delta l'i J liaplmg '.l.'oxwi' News liclitor -17-8: Yarsity News, News Editor -l-l-51 l'lzaycrs Board of Directors 451 Sodality: Frosh Frolic , l'ublicity 433 Natl Yicc-l,'rcs. of NFCCS -l-l-5. TY l Haines, Joan, l'li.H.iCoiuoro: XVoniun's League: Players: So- ilzility. N a 'W fwf-ff fa N fweefff N fC'n11l1'1111i'dn11 fllljlt' .WMU Zi 5 ' 14 is ia ef ff f V1 i 9' 2 Z .V i M' KW 5 f f 302 X 1 qg 3'?'g 5 ii awww mmgjgfifi 5 l X , , , f ,W , ,ff . M471 X H "W aw 05 www f J 2 ,,- ' - Q 2 ' . 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PLUMBING 'I365 Bagley CA 0243 .SJl.Af0I'Cll,J "The World's Finest Bread" ice criiiiiiiiiir !Cm1ii111n'd fl'tl11I f'4I4f!1'.iU.3i Hammer, Betty F., HS.-Soclality: tierman Club. Harmon, Anne T., B.S.-Sigma Delta Yiee-l'res. 47-8: Soflality: German Club: .Xm. Chem. Society. Harning, Roy J., Jr., H.S.-liclueatiun Club. Hayes, Elizabeth A., ll.S.-Spanish Club. Higgins, Mary P., I'li.I1.---Cunioro. Horozaniecki, Jeannette S., HS.-Sigiua Delta Pres.: Smlality: Senior Hall: .Xm. Cbem Society Yiee-l'res. -l. Secretary 46. Joyce, Nancy A., l'li.l3.--lower Start: Varsity News: Soclalityl Choral Club: St. lfraneis Club: Xlanuseribblers. Kassner, Fred W., l'li.B.-lkycliology Club: Tennis. Kastner, Lois Ann, l1.S.-Sigina Delta: Soclality 4-l-5: Herman Club Yiee-l'resi4lent -l5-og l'bilosopl1y Club -l5. Keenan, Ernest A., HS.-Soclality Couueil -ll: German Club -ll-2: .Xmvets -lfi. Kennedy, Jean Marie, I'li.H.+'l'ower Start: Varsity News: Players: Spanish Club. Kern, Theresa A., l'li.li.AfCoinm'o Corr. Secretary, Ref. Seeretaryi Tower Ball Chairman. Killeen, Owen P., lZ.S.-Jierman Club .W--ll: Ani. Cliem. Society .W-47. Kloka, Barbara B., l'b.l'1.-.X X S Yiee-Pres. 463 .Xlplia Cbi Tau Treasurer 47: l'i Kappa Delta Yiee-l'res. 47: Soclalityl Sopb Snowball 'l'ieltet Chairman -lo: Coefl Sports Manager 46. Klute, Edwin W., .X.l1.MEclueation Club, Ufiieer .Xetivity Chair- man -lo-7-S. Kobe, Margaret M., I1.S.-shlunim' Class Yice-Pres.: Senior Class Secretary: Sigma Delta l'res. -l5-fi: Sonlality 4-l-5: German Club -l-l-51 Clioral Club 453 Am. Chem. Society 44-5. Koester, M. Lois, l3.S. in lirlf-Conioro: Tower Staff: liclueatiun Club. Lee, William J., l'l1.li.-falagi Seribus Magus. Linahan, John J., l'b.B.-Delta l'i Kappa: Yarsity News: Players Pres. 45-fig Soclality. Lyons, Phyllis A., l'b.ll.-Coinoro Recording' Seeretary 47-8: Span- isli Club: lirlueatiun Club. Marker, Louise M., H.S.-Signia Delta. Marshall, Margaret T., l'li.B.-Sorlality. Martin, David V., .'X.B.elX'lagi 'l'reasm'er: S.Xli. McCarthy, Gervaise A., All.-Soclality: French Club: ltsyeliulugi Club. McCarthy, Virginia Mary, Illrli.-Sorlalityl Cboral Club: lfrluea- tion Club: l'syelumlog'y Club. McCartin, Shirley J., l'l1.B.-s.Xlpba Clii Tau 47-N: XYHIIICIIIS League .Xrts Rep. -lo-7: l'res. 47-N: Sorlality -i5-Driirxl Junior ,l ,-Q , Y . .. V. I -, l lom -lf, l syebology Club -lo-1, X lee-I res. -lf-b. McDonald, Dorothy M., l'l1.B.-Yarsity News -l-l-47: Soflaiityl German Club 43--li Nlanuseribblers. lVIcEachern, James F., l3.S.--lfreneli Club, l'res. -ll, Yiee-l'res. -li. McIntyre, Jeanne, l'b.l'l.-Yarsity News: Soclalityg Spanisb Club: Choral Club: lialueation Club. McKenzie, Richard E., I'b.I1.esl'psilun Delta Sigma: 'lbwel' Stall' 47, lfclitur 483 Herman Club: lkyeliology Club. Nlencotti, Gloria L., iill.ll.'CUlll0l'0 45-43 Towel' Stan -lol l's5'- Cllology Club -l.i--l. Mentley, Alice A., ll.S.-Smlality -l-l-N3 .Xm. Cbem. Soeiety 47-li: Chemistry Club -l7-H. Miller, Dale E., l'l1.ll.w.Xn1x'ets: Nlanuseribblers 'l'reasm'er -l7. Morang, Michael D., ILS.---Magi. Morelli, Mary, l'li.l3.--Comoro l'leclg'e Xlistress, 'lil't'2lSlll't'l'l So' flality. Morrissey, Eileen M., .X.ll.--Cmnuro 'lireasurer -15-fm, l'resiflent -lo-7: lower Hall Committee 4541. lVIOuilleSeaL1x, Helen M., lI.S.- -Sigma Delta. Mussio, Mary J., ll.S.el Ierman Club. Nemes, Rudolph L., l'l.S.'--lfclueation Club ,lil'L'2lSUl'Cl'l St. lfraneis Club Seerelary. Nerenhausen, Charlotte T., l'b.l-Lal'syeluilugy Club. Nolta, Francis G., ILS.-.Xlpba lipsilon Dr-Ita, lierman Club: lirlu- eation Club. O'Brien, Patricia A., ll.S.eSpauisb Club. Oehmke, Dorothy M., li.S,--Jierinan C ub: .XCS Secretary -l-l-5. Osborne, Elizabeth A., l,l'l.li.mS0ll2llllf'1 Spauisb Club: liclueation Club. Partlan, Lillian G., l'li.l3.eeRl1o llamma Zeta Literary Chairman -lo-7, Corr. Secretary 47. Pawlik, Virginia M., ll.S.-Soflality -H-S: .NCS 47-S: Chemistry Club 47-S. 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FRANK AUSTIN VICE P LEO P RICHARDSON lCitNIfiIll1t'lT vlifttlli jul-ffl' 30-H Pfeiffer, Richard J., .X.B.Al-Blue Key Yice-Pres. 48: Cpsilon Delta Sigma: Chairman of Student Council 47: Sodality 4.2: German Club 42: Varsity News Reporter 46, News Editor 47, Editor 47: Maytime Ball Committee -l7-8: Tower Associate Editor 48: Liter- ary Society 47: Chairman of Safety Council 47. Pobutsky, Olga N., .X.B.--Sodality. Polak, Eleanor H., .-X.B.-Sodality: Education Club Publication Committee: Psychology Club. Polom, Gloria A., B.S.-Sigma Delta. Rashid, Yvonne, B.S.+Sig'ma Delta Publicity Committee of llar- vest Ball. Rawley, Mary J., Ph.B.-'Band 48. Rechis, Nicholas S., Ph.B.-Band 48. Reigner, Margaret K., I'h.B.-Alpha Chi Tau, Tower Stall 47: Varsity News 43, 48: Players Secretary, Treasurer: Sodalityl Frosh Frolic. Schultz, Anne E., Ph.B.-Pi Kappa Delta Treasurer 42: President 43-4: Sodality 41-2-3-4: Education Club 44: Debate Club 41-2-3-4: Yarsity Team NSA delegate 44. Smith, Ian M., BS.-Tower Photographer 4l-2-7: Varsity News 41-2-7: Players 41-2-7. Sommerville, Ernest G., l'h.B.-Psychology Club. Sphire, Raymond D., BS.-.-Xlpha Epsilon Delta Historian, Varsity News Reporter 44: Sodality: French Club. Staley, Rita C., Ph.B.-French Club: Psychology Club. Steele, Nancy A., Ph.B.-Comoro: lnt. Relations Club: Spanish Club: Psychology Club. Von Eper, Mary H., Ph.B.-Choral Club: Education Club. Wagar, Joan M., Ph.ll.4Psychology Club. Walsh, William G., BS.-German Club: Am. Chem. Society. Wawryk, Helen I., BS.-Comoro 42-3-4: Tower Staff 44: Players 4l-2: French Club 41-2: Am. Chem. Society 41-2-3. Welp, Margaret L., B.S.-Sigma Delta Secretary: Tower Staff: NVoman's League Representative and Treasurer: Sodality: Ger- man Club: Am. Chem. Society. Weston, Caesar, Ph.B.-Psychology Club Member of Executive Board 47-S. Willson, Charlotte M., BS.-Sigma Delta Historian 47: German Club: Am. Chem. Society 46-7. Winningharn, Edwina J., Ph.B.-Rho Gamma Zeta Treasurer 46-8. Withrow, Sidney L., BS.-lfpsilon Delta Sigma President 47-S: Chairman of Maytime Ball 47. Woods, Joseph J., BS.-A 84 S Pres.: Magi Supremus Magus: Players 41: Frosh Frolic Ticket Committee 41: Football 41: Varsity Baseball 46. Wooster, William E., B.S.-Alpha Epsilon Delta. Wyborski, Marcella U., Ph.B.-Choral Club: Education Club. Commerce Graduates Allen, Peter R., B.S.-Alpha Tau Omega. Apruzzese, Ralph, B.S.-Alpha Sigma Nu Treasurer: Delta Phi Epsilon: Varsity News: French Club: Psychology Club: Int. Relations Club. Birke, Edward M., Jr., B.S.-St. Francis Club Brennan, Henry J., Jr., AB.-Tau Beta Pi Yiee-Pres. 46, Pres. 47: Soph Snowball: Frosh Frolic Committee 39. Butler, James I., BS.-Delta Phi Epsilon: Sodality Council: Int. Relations Club: Baseball Team Equipment Manager 43. Carry, Thomas L., B.S.-Delta Pi Kappa. Clark, Robert H., BS.-Delta Pi Kappa Treasurer 47: Varsity News Circulation Mgr. 43. Costello, James F., BS.-Delta Phi Epsilon Secretary 47-8. Cousino, Lois J., B.S.-Phi Ciamma Nu Scribe 46-7: XN'omen's League C Sz F Representative 45-6: Sodality 44-5. Couzens, Frank, Jr., BS.-Sodality. Damman, Robert L., B.B.A.-Class Pres. 43, 7. Danielson, Donna M., B.S.-Players. Davitt, Therese A., BS.,-Phi Gamma Nu Corr. Secretary. Dickson, Leo J., BS.-4Blue Key: Delta Pi Kappa Secretary 44-5: Players: Sodality Treasurer 45, Council 45-O. Elliott, Dorothy J., BS.-Manuscribblers. Fallon, John E., B.S.-Alpha Kappa Psi. Farrell, Warren S., B.S.-Alpha Sigma Nu: Alpha Kappa Psi: Class Pres. Fetz, Frances E., B.S.-Alpha Chi Tau: Phi Gamma Nu: Tower Staff 47-8: W'omen's League Yice-Pres. 47-8: Players 44-5-6: Sodality Council 46-7-8, Vice-Prefect 47: Junior Prom 47: Ger- man Club 44-5, Pres. 45-6-7, Member 48. Fitzpatrick, Frank A., BS.-Varsity News: Manuscribblers. Flis, Theodore J., BS.-Llpsilon Delta Sigma. fContinued on page 3082 Why Not Peace of Mind Insurance! 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Franek, Anthony A., B.S.-Class Pres. 45: Alpha Kappa Psi3 lipsilon Delta Sigma Treasurer 453 Soph Snowball: St. Francis Club Vice-Pres. 45. Frick, Henry M., B.S.-Delta Sigma Pi3 Amvets. Gallacher, Charles J., BS.-Delta Pi Kappa Vice-Pres.3 Student Union C. X F. Rep. 46-7. Garvale, Thomas E., BS.-Tuyere Green, Grace H, BS.-lnt. Relations Club Secretary 45-73 Educa- tion Club 46-7, Secretary 47. Grobbel, Gerard L., BS.-Blue Key: Delta Pi Kappa Pres. 463 Tower News Editor 483 Yarsity News Editor 461 Players Pro- gram Chairman 47: Student Union Secretary 47. Hand, Francis A., BS.-Blue Key Corr. Secretary: Delta Pi Kappa Vice-President 42, Corr. Secretary 43-43 Varsity News Reporter, Stat? .-Xsst. 41-Z, News Editor 43-43 Sodality 41-2-3-43 Flying' Club 433 intramural Football 41-2-33 Basketball 42-33 Bowling 4l3 Debate Club 41-2-3-43 Frosh Oratorical 413 Gratorical Contest 42-3-4. Haworth, William L., BS.-Sodalityg Amvets: St. Francis Club. Healy, Charles J., B.S.-Upsilon Delta Sigma. Houran, Michael E., BA.-St. Francis Club. Hubbard, Bryant D., BS.-Delta Sigma Pi. Hurlahe, Hugh H., B.S.4Delta Phi Epsilon. Janisse, Richard L., HS.-French Club Vice-Pres. 42-3. Jasin, Leona F., B.S.4Varsity News: Sodalityg Manuscribblers. Jirasek, Grace, B.S.-Spanish Clubg Los Campesinos. Jury, Mary Ann, B.S.-Phi Gamma Nu Scribe 47-8: Education Club. Kay, Jane M., B.S.-Class Seretary 44-53 Alpha Chi Tau Pres. 47-83 Phi Gamma Nu Vice-Pres. 46-7, Pres. 47-83 VVomen's League Board Member 45, Nom. Com. 48. Kelly, Mary Ella, B.S.-Sodalityg Spanish Club. Kornieck, Thomas V., B.S.-Alpha Kappa Psi. Lapchuk, Stan J., HS.-Alpha Kappa Psi: Players. LeFevre, Bernice L., BS.-Phi Gamma Nu: Frosh Frolic Com- mittee 463 Education Club Program Comm.3 Football Frolic Committee Member 47. Logsoon, James H., B.S.-Sodality3 Am. Chem. Society. Maher, Francis J., B.S.-Class Pres. 47-73 Junior Prom Grch, Committee 47. Marcelli, Paul, Jr., B.S.-Delta Sigma Pi: Varsity News 4l-23 Stu- dent Union Commerce Rep. 43. McCoy, Robert J., B.S.-Tuyere. Michelin, Edward E., B.S.-Sodality3 lnt. Relations Club. Moons, Robert J., BS.-Alpha Chi. Newsted, Bruce T., BS.--Class Treasurer 453 Upsilon Delta Sigma Vice-Pres. 46-7, Treasurer 46-72 Frosh Frolic 463 Junior Prom 471 Band 4l. O'Connor, Thomas P., li.S.4-Class Pres. 42-33 Tower Stall. O'Keefe, Robert F., BS.-Delta Sigma Pi Scribe and Historian. Polewach, Marvin J., B.S.-Alpha Kappa Psi3 St. Francis Club. Renier, Ilene M., BS.-W'omen's League Representative 46-7: Sodality3 Spanish Club: Psychology Club3 Red Cross. Robertson, Rosemary J., BS.-Varsity News3 Sodality3 Red Cross. Rowley, Mark C., BS.-Alpha Chi. Russell, Thomas F., ILS.-Delta Phi Epsilon Pres. 47. Sanford, William R., BS.-Alpha Kappa Psi, St. Francis Club. Schmitt Margaret T., B.S.-Phi Gamma Nu Secretary 46-73 Soph Snowball Committee 461 Class Secretary 45-6. Severson, Eldon B., B.S.-Delta Pi Kappa Rec. Secretary: Varsity News. Shurmur, D. Jeanne, li.S.-Class Vice-Pres. 45-63 Phi Gamma Nu Treasurer 473 Soph Snowball Committee 45-63 Frosh Frolic Com- mittee 403 Football Frolic Co-Chairman 473 Education Club 47-S. Sloch, Mildred I., HS.-Alplia Chi Tau Scribe3 Varsity News Columnistg Sodality Councilg Spanish Club 45-6-73 Am. Chem. Society Treasurer 45-6, Vice-Pres. 46-7. Smith, Edmund O., I3.S.-Delta Pi Kappa: Varsity News 41-2-33 Sodality 41-2. Squires, Claude H., Jr., HS.-Delta Phi Epsilon Secretary 46. Sullivan, Peter F., BS.-Football 42-5-6. Towsley George B., BS.-Class Vice-President 483 Delta Sigma Pig Sodality C-OLlllCllQ St. Francis Club. Uch, Helen B., B.S.-Class Secretary Junior, S6lllOl'Q Phi Gamma Nu Treasurer 47-8. Wagner, William J., B.S.-Varsity News 41-23 German Club 41-2. Wallace Jack T., BS.-St. Francis Club. Weiss, Leven C., BS.-Class Treasurer Junior, Senior. Wilson, John R., BS.-Delta Phi EDSllOIlQ Alpha Sigma Nu 42. Ziraldo Iris P., B.S.-Phi Gamma Nu, Playersg Sodality. Night Commerce Graduates Donnelly, Mary A., B.B.A.-Class Secretary 4l-5-7-81 Alpha Chi Tau Secretary 47-8: Phi Gamma Nu Recording Secretary 43, Corr. Secretary 44: Sodality 42-3-4-5-6-73 Frosh Frolic Commit- tee 423 Bowling League Yiee-Pres. 44, Pres. 45, Secretary 45-6-7. Duffield, Robert W., B.B.A.-Alpha Kappa Psi. Faber, William J., B.B.A.-Alpha Kappa Psi. Gouin, Jeanette E., B.B.A.-Phi Gamma Nu: Soclality. Kehoe, Frank M., B.B.A.-Junior Prom. Committee 423 Frosh Frolic Committee 38. Krupa, Irene P., B.B.A.-Phi Gamma Nu: Sodality. Natche, Arlowyn M., B.B.A.-Class Secretary 46-7, Treasurer 47-8: Student Council Treasurer 46-7-8: Alpha Chi Tau Secre- tary 45-6, Pres. 46-73 Phi Gamma Nu: Tower Staff 46-73 Varsity News Bureau Head 42-7: Sodality Secretary Treasurer 44-5-63 Senior Ball Committee Head 47: Bowling League 42-8, Treasurer 45-6. Stefanowski, Frank P., Certitieateg Class Ortieer. Walter, Linn A., B.B.A.4-Class Pres. 43, Treasurer 423 Alpha Kappa Psi Pres. 43. Treasurer 44. Washburn, Bruce L., B.B.A.-Delta Sigma Pi. Wunderlich, Renate M., Certificate: Phi Gamma Nu. Dental Graduates Berg, Kenneth D., D.D.S.-Delta Sigma Delta Jr. Page 47. Cohen, Milton R., D.D.S.-Alpha Omega President. Collins, Laurence R., D.D.S.-Class President 471 Psi Omega Grand Master 471 Junior Prom. Covington, William B., Jr., D.D.S.-Delta Sigma Delta Sr. Pageg Junior Prom 46. Gillette, Rene C., D.D.S.-Class Pres. 452 Cooley Law Club. Kornheiser, Jerome, DDS.-Class Treasurer: Alpha Omega. Maher, Joseph F., D.lJ.S.-Freshman Class Secretary: Senior Class Yice-Pres.: Psi Omega Junior Grand Master 47-8. Polk, Donald H., D.D.S.-Junior Class Treasurer: Alpha Omega Yice-Pres. Weshalek, Stephen A., D.D.S.-Psi Omega: Student Council 47-83 Junior Class Vice-Pres. 47. Zamzok, Paul G., D.D.S.-Senior Class Secretary: Delta Sigma Delta Grand Master. Engineering Graduates Abate, Joseph M., li.M.E.--Chi Sigma Phi: A.S.M.E. Bachelor, James B., B.Ch.E.-A.I.Ch.E. Baelker, Henry J., l3.Cli.IE.-A.I.eli.li. Bates, Robert A., B.M.F.--A,S.KI.E.3 Pi Tau Sigma: Chi Sigma Phi. Beckley, Robert J., B.C.E.K-Class Treasurer 45-63 A.S.Ci.Ii. Treas- urer 45-6. Benaglio, R. Victor, B.E.E.aVX'lio's X'X'ho in American Colleges 46: Tau Beta Pi President: Eta Kappa Nu Treasurer: A.l.E.F. Sec- retary 463 Yiee-Chairman 473 Radio Club. Bigham, George A., Jr., B.M.E.-A.S.M.E.: S.A.E. Binkley, Murray W, B.M.E.-A.S.M.E.: S.A.E. Blatz, Robert E., B.Ae.E.-Tuyereg l.A.S. Treasurer. Bonar, Joseph V., B.Kl.lf.--Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.M.F Brennan, Donald J., BS.-Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.M.E. Bruce, David O., B.Ar.E.-AS. Treasurer. Budzynski, Ted J., B.IXI.E.-Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.ME..: S.A.lC. Cinat, Louis J., B.A.R.E.-S.A.E.g l.A.S. Clauss, Francis J., B.Ch.B.-Alpha Sigma Nu: Tau Beta Pi: Tower Staff Photographerg Varsity News Photographer: S.A.E.3 A.I.Ch.E.: A.C.S. 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Garry, Thomas J., B..-Xeli.-S..AX.E.: l.:X.S. Genga, Albert, B.Me.-.-X.S.M.E.: SAF. Gerlach, Philip G., Jr., l3.Ch.E.5Sorlality 41-2-33 .-X.l.Lfli.E. 42-5, Vice-Pres. 44: lntermurals 41-3. Gleason, Frank K., l3.li.lf.-A.l.E.E.: St. Francis Club. Godo, Nicholas, H.Ch.lf.-Cpsilon Delta Sigma: .-X.l.Ch.E. Gollon, Lucian V., l3.C.lf.-fSignia Rho Tau: .'X.S.Ci.F. l'res. 46-7. Goodyear, C. R., l3.M.li.-Sopli. Class Secretary: Tuyere Secretary 45-ti, l'res. 46-73 .-X.S.lXl.lf.: S..-MF. Chairman 46-7. Greiner, Francis M., Jr., l3.M.F.i.-X.S.lXl.E.: St. Francis Club. Grote, Raymond J., l3.Ae.li.-S.:X.F.: l.A.S. Grzybowski, Edward C., l3..'Xe.lQ.fl.A.S.: Flying Club. Hafeli, Henry W., ll.M.li.-fX.S.M.F.: SAE Secretary-Treasurer. Hanson, Harlan L., R.Kl.li.fl'i Tau Sigma: Sigma Rho Tau: Chi Sigma l'hi: .-X.S.M.F. Secretary. Hatalsky, William, li..fXe.F.Yl.A.S. Hatch, James E., H,.fXe.lif Tau Beta l'i: :X NYETS: S..-XF.: l.A.S. Hengesbach, Kenneth P., ILM.li.e.iX.S.Rl.F.46-73 St. Francis Club 42-3. Hillebrand, Joseph W., B.M.lf.-Clii Sigma Phi: Frosh Frolie Pub- licity Chairman 40: :X.S.M.lf.: S..'X.lf. Hindenlang, Arthur W., B.Ae.F.Al..-X.S. Yice-Chairmau-Secre- tary: Flying Cluh Secretary Sr.: Sophomore Class Vice-Pres.: Senior Class Yice-l'res. Hines, Raymond F., l3.Cl1.li.-Blue Key: Sigma Rho Tau Secre- tary: Tower Stall 48: Varsity News Reporter 48: .-X.l.Ch.E. President: St. Francis Club 43: lllanuscribhlers 48. Hull, Edward J., H.M.E.-lfllue Key: Tuyere: Student Union Pres. 42-3: Players, Sodality: A.S.lN'l.lf.: l.A.S.Q Tower Club 30. lgnatowski, Alvin F., H.Ae.F.-l..-X.S. 43-4-5. Isringhaus Elmer A., Jr., ll.M.li.fl'i Tau Sigma: .X.S.M.E S.A.E. Janik, Francis J., Jr., l?..Xe.E.---l..'X.S. Secretary l're-Senior, Senior. Jenny, Raymond K., B.M.l2.-l'i Tau Sigma: .-X.S.M.F.: S.A.E. Johnson John D., l3.IXl.E.-Tuyere: A.S.M.E.: Johnson, William E., l5.Ae.lf.-Tuyere: l.A.S.: Flying Cluh. Kalvelage, Charles F., R.C.E.-.-X.S.Ci.E. Kopczynski, Chester J., ll.C.l2.-.-X.S.Ci.li. Kosek, Thomas P., ll.M.li.-.iX.S.Nl.li.3 S..-XF.: Flying Club. Kubiak, Raymond W., HNF.-Clii Sigma l'hi: .iX.S.IXl.li.g SAF.: St. Francis Club. Kurajian, George M., B.INl.li.--l'i 'l'au Sigma: .X.S.MF. 43-4, Treasurer 45. Martin, Arthur B., R.lNl.l2.-A.S.lVl.li. 47. Martz, Arthur F., Jr., B.E.l'f.-Eta Kappa Nu Secretary: Tau Beta l'i Vice-l.'res.: Soph Snowball Treasurer -ll: Frosh Frolic Secre- tary 40: A.l.l2.li. McDonald, Richard W., l3.C.E.fA.S.Ci.F.: l.A. McEachern, Hugh A., B.M.E.-.-X.S.IXl.E.: SAE. Millar, Stewart A., ll.Cli.F.fTuyere Executive Grand Master 47: A.l.Ch.F.: Band. Minnich, Daniel J., B.E.lC.-A.S.M.l2.: S..AX.E.: Tower Club. Orlowski, Louis S., HAr.lC.-Tuyere3 .x'X.S. Secretary -ll: St. Francis Club Treasurer. Pendergrass, William F., B.M.E.--Chi Sigma l'hi1 Junior Prom Chairman 46: A.S.M.E.: Baseball. Peterson, Roy B., B.C.E.-A MYl2'l'S: A.S.Ci.li. Pheney, Thomas B., B.M.E.-Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Beta Fi: Chi Sigma Phi: A.S.M.E.: S.A.E. Pillon, Raymond A., l3.M.E.-A.S.M.F.: S.A.E. fCm1li111n'u' mi fmgc 3112 Ifitlllilillllfli ri-VUIII ffllllll' 3102 Pinkelman, Theodore B., B.M.li.-Chi Sigma Phi Secretary -14, President -15, Yicc-President 461 .-X.S.M.li.: Tower: Student Council lnterfrat Council Rep. 47: St. Francis Cluh. Quell, Bernard S., B.l5.EAlita Kappa Nu Pres.: Chi Sigma Phi Alumni Relations: Sodalityl .X.l.lf.R. Ramsauer, Francis J., B.li.E.-Clioral Cluhg pX.l.E.l-1.3 Rifle Cluh. Redner, Roland A., B.Kl.E.-Chi Sigma Phi: .-X.S.Kl li.. Roberts, Raymond J., B.Kl.l2.-Chi Sigma Phi: .X.S.Kl.lf.g S..X.li.1 Tennis 43. Ryan, John D., B.Bl.E.-Sodality 37-31 .'X.S.Xl.E. 39-47. Serafin, Walter T., B.Ae.R.-l..'X.S.g Glider Clulii Class Secre- tary 46. Simrod, Gerald, B.Ar.E.Y.eX.S. 'Vice-Pres. 45-7. Slavin, Michael N., B.lf.E.-.'X.l.E.R.: Radio Cluh President -lf. Smith, William H., B.E.E.-.'X.l.l2.E. Solway, john J, B.C.E.-.'X.S.Ci.E. Stanko, Ernest S., B.E.l2.-Signia Rho Tau: Chi Sigma Phi Sc-crt-1 tary: A.l.F.E.: Radio Cluh: junior Class Treasurer. Stuecker, john H., B.E.E.-Sigma Rho Tau1 Chi Sigma Phi: .-X.l.E.E. Szpak, Edward Z., Teasel, Richard C., B.M.R.-.Xlplia Sigma Nu Secretary: liluc Key: Pi Tau Sigma Pres.: Tau Beta Pi: Chi Sigma Phi: fX.S.NlF. President: S.A.E. Tempka, john A., B.E.E.WBlue Key! Sigma Rho Tau: Tau Beta Pi: Chi Sigma Phi: Eta Kappa Nu: Sodalityl .tX.l.E.R.1 St. Francis Cluh. Van Antwerp, Francis J., B.C.E.-A.S.Ci.E. Varga, Joseph E., B.C.E.wA.S.Ci.F.3 St. Francis Club: Flying Club. Walters, H. Howard, B.Ch.E.-A.l.Ch.E. Willoughby, Edward, B.C.E.-A.S.Ci.E. Secretary 47. Witkowski, joseph S., B.Ar.E.-Freshman Class President: Chi Sigma Phi: Sodality: A.S. President 45-7. Wolf, Marvin R., B.E.E.-Sigma Rho Tau: Upsilon Delta Sigma: A.l.E.E. Yamauchi, Thomas T., B.E.E.-Tau Beta Pi Corr. Secretary: Etta Kappa Nu Vice-President: A.l.E.E.: St. Francis Club. 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NIcGUIRE, INC. 10440 GRAND RIVER AVE. DETROIT, MICHIGAN Law Graduates Alandt, Clarence, j., L.L.B.-Class President: Gamma Eta Gamma. Bird, .Frederick, E., L.l..H.-Senior Class Vice-Pres., Award in Lfllllly. Chirco, Peter, I., l,.l,.B.-Delta Theta Phi: Cooley Law Club: rXnIvets. Clark, William, F., L.L.B.-Delta Theta l'hi liailitt -17: Magi Yice- ltres. 38: Cooley Law Club. Donaldson, LaVerne lJ.l.,.B.-l'1I'CSl1IlI2ill Class President: junior Cflass l'resideiit: Ilelta 'llieta ldii: Xlarsity Pjexvs 39-40: l.axy journal 45-6-7: French Club 38: Symposium l'hilosophy. Ferris, john, G., L.L.B.--Delta Theta Phi. Grabowski, Zigmunt, 1...L.B.-Gamnia Eta Gamma: Law journal. Greenup, Leo, A., L.L.l3.-lfreslmian Class Treasurer: Delta Theta Phi: Law journal: Soclality Secretary: Frosh Frolic 42: Cooley l.au' Cfub l'arhan1entaHan .Xssoe. Llnef jusnee: l'hHosophy Sywiniosiuin. Hand, Michael, j., l..l..l3.-Alplia Sigma Nu: Blue Key: l'i Kappa llelta: Ilelta IW Platnwa: llelta lfheta l'hi: LRJoley'l,axy tfhib Llhief justice 46-7. Harvey, Richard, A., l,.L.B.-Senior Class l'rt-sitlent: tiamma Eta Gamma: Law journal: Moot Court. Lukas, Edwin, j., l,.l,.H.--- tiamina Eta tiamma: liasketball 34-6-7, tfoach 37-S. Lukomski, Quentin, j., L.l..H.-lianinia Eta tfiainina. Mallory, Robert, R., L.L.H.fl'i Kappa Delta: Delta l'hi Epsilon Vice-Pres., Pres.: Gamma Eta Gamma: Tennis. Mogelgaard, Sven, A., jr., l,.l-.R.-lfreslnnan Class Yiee-Pres: junior ancl Senior Llass 'Freasurer: llelui llieui ldn 'Vrnwunel Law journal -Ill-l. hdurphy, jannes, VVH l.l..H.--Llass XWce-Vresnlent: thninna lita Gamma. O'Mara, Aloysius, B., l,.l..ll. and l'h.l:l.-Delta Theta Phi Master of Ritual: Spanidi Club: Lkudey l.au' Club: ldnlosoplq' Syin- posium: Golf 39. Reinert, Albert, C., ls.L.H.-llelta'l'het1I Phi: Law journal: Cooley Law Chun Nhnu Court Rice, Wayne, G., l,.l..H.-Delta The-ta l'hi: Cooley Law Club. Roskopp, john, G., l..l...Pl.-Seliior Class rl-1I'CZI.SllI'Cl'I Gamma Eta Gamma. Shaheen, Shaheen, G., l,.l-.B.---Delta Theta l'hi 'Vreasurer 47-8: AMVETS: Cooley l.aw Club 46-7. Snnth,Il VVard,I.l.lif-ljeha jWieu1l'hilDean 47:l.au'journal Cooley Law Club Clerk of Exchequer: Kloot Court. Soullier, john, E., L.L.ll.e-Gainina Eta Gamma: junior Class Yice- Pres.: Law journal. Van Hoesen, Ellis, R., I...L.l3.-Student Council: Gamma Eta Gam- rna Prehdent Nhnn Court Werner, Robert, E., l,.I...ll.--Iilue Key: Delta Theta I'hi Dean 46-7: Law journal. Wheeler, julian, H., L.L.B.--Cooley l.aw Club -16-7-S. VVooten, Bdarcehus, jrq Ihlhli-elianinni Eta tiauinui Treasurer 47-8:lQanfjournal47-8:Clnney Lau'tlub Senior Nssoc.jUSUC6 0 L.. 47-8. ROLLER LEVELING AND STORAGE Detroit Camera MORTON STEEL CO. 325 swf sr. 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Michigan RISININ CITRUS., INC. 3623 E STREET Dairy Products TAsh moo 5-1480 Journalists Organize U of D Guild Unit ,N sr T. . .. . . tllxwllzll at the ltniwersity ot Detroit late in the seeontl semester, the L' of ll tluilfl, alliliaterl with the Newspaper liuilrl ul Detroit. :tml the .Xmerican News- paper tluilfl, inelufles ainong its memhers journalism stuclents, staff memhers of The Yarsity News anrl Tower. :incl stall' workers in the lvniversity ul Detroit news and spin ts set X lt es. Officers elected in April were: Chairman, William Winchester, Commerce junior: Vice-Chairman, Vern Twamley, Commerce junior: Corresponding Secre- tary, Mary Campbell. Commerce junior: Secretary, Pat Helferty, Commerce junior: Treasurer, jerry Barry, Commerce sophomore: and Representative, Kenneth Fermoyle, Arts freshman. flfermoyle anrl 'XYinehester represent the lv of D Guilcl at lloarfl meetings of the Newspaper tyiuilcl ul Iletroit. The tiuilrl attempts to give its members a practical picture nl journalism hy ztimziiigiiig meetings. rouncl tahle rliseussions, panel cliseussions. etc.. with members of lletruills working press. lt also provirles opportunities for elose olwservation ol newsimapermen at work, the activities of the Detroit tiuiltl, :tml professional criticism of stuclent worlf. tfongratulatttry messages on the founding of the unit were reeeiverl lay T' ol IT liuiltl officers from Paul VVel3e1'. assistant eity erlitor of The Detroit Times: Don Shram. state erlitor of The liletroit Free Press: Norman McKenna. stall' member ol The Michigan Catholic: Arthur O'Shea. lahor eflitor ni The Tletroit Free Press: l.eo Donovan, automotive erlitor of The Detroit Free Press: Don Gillies. outrloor eclitor of The Detroit Times: 'lack Pickering. feature writer ol' The Detroit Times: Ray Girerclin, reporter of The lletroit Times, and Cy Fooler. feature writer ol The lletroit Free Press. .Xmong the speakers at the T' ol D tiuilfl's early meet- ings were fllarguerite Galiagan. court reporter for The lletroit News anfl eclitor ol' The Guild Memo, monthly puhlieation of the Newspaper tiuilcl of Detroit. Tefl Peck. presitlent ot' the Newspaper Guild of Detroit and writer on The lletroit Free l'ress, anfl Marguerite Klcfullougli. representative in charge ol eollege anfl university units for the .Xmeriean Newspaper liuilrl. The .Xmeriean Newspaper liuilfl was iounflefl hy Inlay- woorl llroun. columnist lor the olcl New York Wlorld, in INXS. V . r I .-- ' T 'b r. W x xv' . I? If N Qu , J 'N- r. 1" sl 1 I Wg- I! Q .L 1 an "fl .l's,. 'K Yi- 5' -it , 5.4. ' . . 'Vx 7 F N. .A 46 f X i '-1, x ' x 3 Ir ' ' V , -'E' K v ' v 1 u w I , 'Y I D ' 'I -69 4+ , U l , I N lx, I ll A ,,. u XY L I, , 1 I I I I I I - I ,I I I r I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I 1 I i J y . I I ,I I I I I I I I I I I I I . V F. T z ll" n 4'6l f- ' .Fu -1 I 1 ,v 'wo 41" v I .- . -. 'ef k , if TQ! .- , 1 ' 1 1 , A 'L 1 J a 9 I .af .ul-' T a J- F I- '-- fr. -ln. .A ,W . ?"?1??55TT5f?i?. i5I"W,.'f 5 A . , ' v '-"R , r 'br '. .wff " x. f nf ,V ,,- ,la-A., M,..f4 ,J , ' ,QA V, V - .. f - .1 y . LI 3 if


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