University of Detroit - Tower Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

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' Q ,' f f "' 1, Q f ' ff .X wr' Q :Qg ff' ff' gf ff M ., W I I ,Q Q QQ Q -,, X -.fgffff The knowledge of today, applied to the thought and comparison ofthe past, welds together a University spirit ofthe old and the new for future history. 1 , L l l Q 5 y U f r' l' ' . I u' 'Q Q81 -vs, ww' X x ,xxx Wt ,W-v 'Y M X , Q .f Q 10 N NNN 9 E L M' 'M' ',Lw,1 . .h 5 J' .J I ,. X , r 'sv 4' " av , ygwx , 1 k,,,fu,i. I .1', Q X ff 1 f A ,E ,f , 5, ' lag, ' 'fa KX ff 1, A ' ' ' 1' 4f 3vfQY?faw.,.,, x ' +9215 ,X i vs N1 'vw' ' ', sq X 'X -1 gf! Q 4 -'ix pg ,.,... ,..........- .,.. ' . I E '49 ,f '--1 IWYUL 7' fa 1 .. X .- 3 wr .ff fm' 1 f, 1 " Y 1 -,1,-is 'Wt lu- X N X X 1 f f ,ff ,fl N. XX X X XX XX X P 'X X X XX X X X N X X . X X UNIVERSITY CF' DETRCJIT 1959 Demon, MXCHXGAN I I BLE of CONTENTS Faculty Scholastics Se sfer One c f ons lgion ter Two ci v iies r uates Advert sing Index 9 29 65 101 137 157 201 229 297 332 346 4 I urpose 'I Tower presents our University, - - - history If the symbol of faculty and scholastic accompli itself in the present, reaches from the past, an future. lt is your guide, now presenting beff fragments of student life on campus. It pc governing the University, its activities as well a tion. It honors those who graduate. Follow it c way through two semesters - - - our pageant arrow, e I1l'eI'S ro the :andid those nistra- es its arsity. TU Editor-in-Chief Art Editor Copy Editor Photo Editor Managing Editor Seniors Editor T FF JANE BAYSINGER HELEN SCHLACHTER Mary Mudge Joanne Giovannini Ned Treanor Kitty Manning Chuck Anderson Ray Alder Jerry Dunneback BOB KOWALCZYK Assistant-Tom Mahoney Wendel Hall Gerry Mullan CHUCK DROUlLLARD Bob Graham Rich Wheeler Walt Susor Ed Eick John Devaney Jerry Gohs Mike Golden Ernie Maier Dick Peters Tom Dixon ELAINE GEMS JANICE ROLAND Sports Editor BOB BOWEN Jim Morissey Organizations Editor KATHY DAOUST Barbara Schumacher Peggy Ann Cooley Loraine Klebba Gayle Chapp Dolores DeMeulemeester Judy Latowski Ann Govan Rose Merlino Business Managers DICK KOWALCZYK Secretary Moderator MIKE SHEEHY DOLLY KLOKA Assistant-Mary J aye Kretler FR. J. T. MAGMER, S. J. ffaf Sf. W . as ua fr :Q 7 . 3 - ,Aw 1,-,. Q .I .- .H ffl' 1 1 yu' f 1 s , 1 FACU LTY 1 l , ' ,few . is fx' - " :gif LC Q Q ' liji '1.Z9??- ,I- v ' Yi.-W. .1 .1 .. , T . -. fb Q . Qi, -lg , . 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This picture, snapped at 9:40 p.m., sees the hall unoccupied, devoid of the gluts of stu- dents who, in twelve hours will transform this tranquil corridor into a pushing alley of young men and women going for coffee or Kafka. Here is the president of our University, FR. CELESTIN J. STEINER, S.J., member of the National American Council on Education, and the Detroit Educational TV Foundation. He leads the supervision of the University in maintaining its quality and high rank in the field of education. He provides the school with an able faculty, initiates new curricula, and seeks means of sup- porting the various endeavors of the school. FR. H. J. SMITH, S.J. JOHN R. MULROY Executive Vice-President of the University Vice-President of the University , -vm I-JR! wiki" " -' if ., 'N ik, tvfgki ., tx' 'O' nw-ff" I3 Offices Administration iiqiilf 'X 'X MR. JOSEPH A. BERKOWSKI MR. THOMAS EMMET FR. JOSEPH A. FOLEY, S.J Registrar Dean of Men Student Counselor wr-Q we-'K , X, MR. PAUL P. HARBRECHT MR. DONALD C. HUNT MISS HELEN KEAN Director of Pre-college Director of Coordination Dean of Women Counseling Bureau and Placement I4 N-JV' X MR. JOHN T. LOGSDON FR. DAVID E. MEIER, S.J. Auditor Treasurer MR. DANIEL REED FR. OSMOND C. SNITGEN, S.J. Director of Libraries Assistant Treasurer 1 Q X 1 gf M J so 45 E If if MRS. ROSEMARY STARK MR. STEPHAN A. TRUPIANO Director Psych. Service Center purchasing Agent I5 SS. we sw-Q2 Trustees i 41' .tw-5 'L Ars Planning Aiding WW' Advising HENRY T. BODMAN LEO M. BUTZEL President Attorney National Bank of Detroit Butzel, Eaman, Long, Gust, 8a Kennedy Q 90 K . 'f . . ... ,, ' iii , I , b tg? x 1 " R. 1 ' iie .it,i" A RAY EPPERT HUGH J. FERRY ALFRED J. FISHER, JR. President Retired Chairman of the Board President Burroughs Corporation Packard Motor Car Company Fisher Industries, Incorporated 4-----'ff' it Ji" PETER J. MONAGHAN ROSS ROY NATE S. SHAPERO Monaghan 8a Monaghan 8a Crammer President Chairman of the Board Ross Roy, Incorporated Cunningham Drug Stores I6 V, E? S I E r ag iii L. QV , - g"f,s:':1 ff fs- fn If , ,..,".'X:-,- 4- 25. Lily 551:33 WALKER L. CISLER JOHN J. CRONIN WILLIAM M. DAY President Vice-President u ' President Detroit Edison Company General Motors Corporation MlChlg3U Bell Telephone Company 1 - 49 ,L ' wa MERRITT D. HILL WILLIAM A. MAYBERRY W. LEDYARD MITCHELL General Manager President Retired Vice-President Ford Tractor Division Manufacturers National Bank Chrysler Corporation iw, wks HENRY TUTTLE FRANKLIN P. WILLIAMS JAMES C. ZEDER President President Vice-President Michigan Consolidated Gas S. S. Kresge Company Chrysler Corporation I7 Q. it FR. LAWRENCE BRITT, S. J., graduate of U of D in 1933, is the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. ,raw A an FR. J. P. CAINE, S. J., Theatre Chairman of Communication Arts. l8 Q. :I-L ...: XM. f FR. MALCOLM T. CARRGN, S. J IS the Assistant Dean of the Arts and Sciences College ss. .ij ff? 'W Z F f in 'rxifwwlfs W -f .mf ' "-34' f ' - - 515 mx.. DR. LESTER P. COONEN is the FR. LAWRENCE J. CROSS S J Chairman of the Biology Depart- Chairman of the Sociology Depart l'I1Cl'1t. l'I'lCl'lt. TS- 7 Q? " y rs-.wwf ' N M1-:wie gd f .lag .X 'Q' DR. ARTHUR GNAU DR. MARJORIE S. GGODMAN Chairman of Music Chairman of Geography 5 Z 1: f A Fi: 1 wrffufz i. ,K., ,Q-f1Q3fmg'4'f1 H ' 'Q 55.45221 51 hp 5' L If 1 f I gf.,.?.'Lg gb ., M , , ,233 iIgi"lf3i3?:ii":?i'1i 'sf 5 . ' '55 ,.i'imm if f if L , 5 .fl un Um Zlsfimiw :if I 5 f .fxx4!iAg'5,5 'Z 4, .M rx ,f, ,h sa f,Q'?5f.f, -5331, ',..fiQf5'. -..,....Q-.I-'Et-:2,f0QN?f'f LE if ...li .N gr ,-, 4v,?'7'f IQQNQ-QQVL' '-aw:-1-1 DR. EVERETTE L. HENDERSON MR. DENNIS J AN ISSE Chairman of Chemistry Chairman of Modern Languages zs YWQQWF, X...1 'x.f If J wax' ff", 5 1' - I 55.23 V ,::g?. if if ' . , '24,Y3."t7g ,. if Q. aww. DR. LYLE MEHLENBACHER MR. WILLIAM MURPHY Chairman of Mathematics Chairman of Radio-TV DR. DANIEL HARMON Chairman of Physics .-x , eff f i- ,, vw .V- Xf'..:9. M : -,Gk QV: 3 ' X A 352 122 , . ., 1- - . s 15 ,xx Miffl- FR. ARTHUR E. LOVELY, S.J Chairman of Theology ...f .9 5 4, SW- Q W 'M DR. CLAUDE L. NEMZEK Chairman of Education I9 We ssasw FR. BURKE O'NEILL, S.J. FR. HUGH P. O'NEILL, S.J. DR. TIBOR PAYZS Chairman of English Chairman of Classical Languages Chairman of Political Science awww 6? I , my-unM""' Wins., 4 1 A . MR. CHARLES L. SINDERS MR.HENRY C.SCHNEIDEWIND FR. CHARLES SCHRADER, S.J Chairman of Journalism Chairman of Speech Chairman of History rf.: "A"-M 'laik FR. J ULES J. TONER, S.J. DR. ALOYSIUS G. WEIMER FR. CHARLES A. Chairman of Philosophy Chairman of Fine Arts WEISGERBER, S- J- , Chairman of Psychology FR. DAVID C. BAYNE, S.J. is not unfamiliar to the downtown campus. Dean of the College of Law, Father Bayne gained a Ph.D. in law at Harvard. He also is a doctor of Theology. Besides being Dean of the Law School, Father holds membership in the Detroit Bar Association, Committee on Legal Aid, and the Judicial Council of the State of Michigan. Father Bayne is the first American Jesuit to hold a Ph.D. in the field of Law. DR. LLOYD FITZGERALD, Dean of the Uni- versity of Detroit Commerce and Finance College, attended Wisconsin State College, the University of Iowa, and the University of Illinois in his quest for his Bachelor's degree, his M.A., and his Ph.D. His membership in the American and Catholic Economic Associations and the Economic Club of Detroit help keep him informed in this advancing field. uLl2.IlirQ l L l is I , l . 5 I 4 I 5 3 5 I i i i l l i 4 I l 3 I ,I CLYDE T. HARDWICK, Prof. Eco- nomics and Director, Institute for Business Services. BERNARD F. LANDUYT, Chair- man, Economics Dept., and Chair- man, Master of Business Administra- tion Program. as . in EDWARD D. WICKERSHAM, Chairman and Assoc. Prof., Indus- trial Management and Relations Dept. . X 3. 4. W- . 1 'S , Xa . x X N in W l V -tial -mx ' -Mi' 'fb xiii , -ff V' f -X ' ,. it - -A -A r if s as - A ff, D 'Rfk t . ' if x my ,W Wi X, 1 W . in aa M X ,wh I M... 4 S Qflixf t K vt, fit 4 A if fp .L 9 'Y Q1 Q ., MR JOHN J UICKER, Present MR. JASPER GERARDI, Assistant acting Dean of the College of En- Dean of the College of Engineering. MR. CLEMENT FREUND, Dean of the College of Engineering, is a professor of industry. He is profi- cient in the field of ethics of engi- neering education and the relations between engineering education and industry. Dean Freund is now in Pakistan. 6 ,W ... .T A A,,,....--nw-M 'N-any -pm-M wa' ag s gf ,F X Q1 5 my K X. we 7 ix , fs I Q A Q P -, ff. ,X " "mx i 1. .. 1, X ' 4 Q1 ' '91-mfg! K 1 bf 'fx 5 t .. K A V, Q-f J mf . .f, 2 A -. Mx' lef-x. f - " J' .39 'Z i. A 5 , , c . X iyg MR. ROBERT W. AHLQUIST MR R . OBERT L. BLAKESLEE Chairman Electric 1 E ' ' ' , a ngrneering Charrman, Architectural En rx f M wf 9 it ,f -. V4 ,,,,.,'Q,' - ' Q 1 Y ,I wg H 1: 152,555 . . ,jg , AZ'-'f rf' -fs R V1 - gineerrng Q 3x ,, rw i 'YS' 4. - ,f " A .rf . , U. .W -,ska , ,, . fwx N 5-Q.-6 M? 2 I M I Q iff ,,,, ' -A gl A "rr W 9,,:u.,Zf, f w gg " 1' -K 'Mgt X 'X f ,za X RV Q! if f sy gg f, 1 5, Q 4 f f V f W ,'W1a'f'Qf 'P - 't - ' ' A , ,,. asm- . R. CHARLES G. DUNCOMBE M R. ELHER GEER Chairman of Chemical Engineering Chairman of Civil Engineering .mea MR. PAUL M. REINHARD 'MR. GEORGE B. UICKER Chairman of Engineering Graphics Chairman, Mechanical Engineering ,Nw-A. tw Meet DR. RENE ROCHON, Dean of the College of Dentistry. Under his vigorous guidance, the University trains and supplies to the world of medicine young dentists of first rate backgrounds. The program of the School includes a thorough grounding in the anatomy of the human physique and its relationship to the oral cavity. The goal of the Dental School, a combination of professional excellence with high ethical standards, is realized under Dean Rochon. Special Directors Every University has its special divi- sions. Here are the heads of these departments, the Deans of our Eve- ning Division, the Dean of Graduate school, the Chairman of the Psychol- ogy department, as well as the Dean of General Studies. , W! I 1 gifs REV. ALLAN P. FARRELL, S.J. Dean of Graduate School ji If wr . 4 FRANCIS A. ARLINGHAUS Dean of Evening Division WILLIAM B. O'REGAN Dean of Evening College of C. and F. EVERETT M. STEINBACH REV. CHARLES WEISGERBER, S.J Dean, College of General Studies Chairman, Dept. of Psychology 27 Leaders of ROTC LT. COL. FRANK P. DAKAN ARMY ROTC COL. JAMES G. L. KELLIS, AFROTC 'ahh X K -.J, 'px LN fm -,- ,- -s.',.-gf , f .. .-nk, Q4 1 M. :mx 1 m1g.,,,,f3: Lil, ' ' , '3 Qs, f L Fw.,.a Mfvm. . 1 'Spf 5 5 : Qxgx '54 A7521 Q33 9 , few ' 1.25, A M425 N we ' . 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LY- X' 137?3g1'ff wh Y nvigvyixlmnz Xfxvqlf,-lv fi -i,,, QX,xAIl.:5T4,Qq-,E QPF1'-Li 1?-3' 'Tffi 1?-Qfr'-?Zi'3-Yg - v ,'-".F"- I -f " 'e' ' fXfY?f7f5 -I un- -.-L-:rm ?25Qr.A -,2'2ZYgg.f,-3-53,55 .9xa1Zk-15gi..Xq- pg? -frat"-gg, '- .- R N, 'GX .-' ' ,'-:.wL,. f.:'Xw'3p ,y 43 ,. pf,as'f-:,fqSs,1Q fl' , Q'- :Sig Y , x , -AQQJ ,,!,, Q, f' r I-my Expansion wielding force in poured concrete. Slender, stretching its length in the milieu of progress and backed by the gray of first foundings, another link is snapped onto the chain of extend- ing buildings harboring grains of intellectual creativity. Here issues are decided. Men and women build what cannot be destroyed, knowl- edge in the arts which bring taut loose strands of confused bits of learning. A building rises with shadows forming outlines of future structures. Solving Closs Schedules Registration week drew nearly thirteen thousand students who applied for courses in the coming semester. The massive Memorial Building bulged with lines and lines of the new student body, haggling and plotting a mapped out curricula. Ideal schedules and desired courses conflicted. The lines increased in proportion as the open hours diminished. Confusion and pandemonium threatened to subvert any efforts of organization. Microphones blared. The patience of the regis- tration crew wore thin, the students thinner. Finally, each student crept through the bursar's line and squeezed out the door with a dull impression of forms, sheets, lines and bills. 4 5 me S' gf Can I take English 55 and History simultaneously? "Now that I've arranged my schedule and filled my cards, why do I have to get instructions? TX. wg Qffm s V... - , -13!.Yn1 ,, .l QA .skbx,Z0g1X5Qv,,-ff L L S HMV, A A W . all 185 NN-4 AN W, jp mm f'uf5'4'!fEf,i'?f:f Semester schedules have to be titled properly and arranged in alphabetical order. Abundant religion courses left plenty leeway to rearrange prearranged class hours. will Here you plan, ask, Arrange, write, pay, Spend hours in lines . , .,.. y,-. , Identification cards take form soon after picture shots. f X Tux 3 Am You know summer is over when you list the prices of books needed for the coming term The lone trek home ends four hours of despair. ,4uu. 'F V Students Select New -' cr, . .. Cfficers in Election Student officers play a tremendous role in the governing of a University. These bodies link rela- tions between students and administration. They translate University policies, represent student viewpoints. Thus it is that the students themselves elect the officers of these organizations. The fel- lows elect the Student Union board representa- tives, while the Coeds select fine officers for the Woman's League. Both vote for the officers of the Student Council. Coed votes elected both Woman's League officials as well as fine officers for the Student Council. 36 I l l I l i i M sf .e. 'A X -psdfsu .Wf- f3?'?V,: xii - i f,.t..:'..w:..t 49342143 Placards, posters, and streamers littered the campus and vicinity with advertising gimmicks before elections. inal tabulations announced Mike McCan U, Yr. Ja 3 w I nyce Byrne, and Jim Williams Council, League, and Union Presidents. 1 l l l x l l 1 l t l l 1 N"""'m- YJ 154 , . . len V Q 5'- 37 .ou,,,,x 41" Q . by F' UL 'T . ,,,,..,,,, 'Y sv.. V 1 - ,sis-JNQW f'3Q?"a xl'- W535, s i ,H AZ- 1 ,:, ---......... 'f'2'f- f - . Q i Af' " a hz, , A 1 time or Seminar-- On October 11, the Student Council sponsored the annual Student Seminar. Two representa- tives from each of the campus' organizations met to discuss and evaluate the role played by each at the University. The seminar featured a fresh approach to student problems and stressed action in bringing their resolutions to the attention of the administration. Instead of the customary panel system, various workshops were set up which considered such current problems as: the future of the Spring Carnival, the parking situation, the function and value of fraternities and sororities. The seminar was open to the entire campus and invited any trade of ideas. rav- , 37 W A . , 3 , to if .L . fi -, H xv? vt , . x 'if I kill 4.5 Q ' W t y M, 9, . , 4 ' , YQLL1. EM y 1 .. ,..., 3 -Qfw ' Th Student Work hop Ex-editors Greenwald and Armstrong im- Jressed us with a philosophical facade. L.5+--- Workshop summaries were reported in the afternoon. Dick and Jane, see the people wave at the man on the table! 39 '7' 3 ' um? ' 4 1 A ' --we' Q 'Nmil' ,, J Field Day Meet Top Army Company about to execute a left turn or two. Air Force drill team backgrounds M!Sgt. Trimble Kline. - ,yn- . .ff Q.. ffl 4 ' ',ffMs,t , . M .. v ,gIf"f',"f',. w,5.,ff.f'.5-.ag gr .fa .S 'r . gf rw 'Lk 23:25 Q, QW... in f L 31,554 sgifvfzf r ,. a..LwSfuf?!1i..6'!3S?'fr, f . , A7192 v4..g ,ff w,11Lfi.ff.,i" we , , 7' 'A V. it 'L' we "' 'ik fin' :r .A 3 if-f --di 40 , . sf ' 1 Winner of State Drill Team Competition: CL to RJ U D Air Force, U M Air Force, U D Army. U D Air Force top flight in stand at attention. Hosts Triongulor Competition 'nr Q, m HS ag 5 . M '-stir.,-"."?'5s1'5-29", .ww--ml . U of D Army's stellar performance in the triangular meet merited second prize. t. Col. Dakan, Very Rev. C. J . Steiner, S.J., and Col. Kellis .ew the marching order of the teams from the program. The culminating event of a year's intensive training for ROTC cadets is Field Day. This was the day of the annual triangular ROTC meet between the University of Detroit Army and Air Force and Wayne State Air Force. Before an audience of parents, fellow students, ROTC corps, and judges, the top divisional units of all the schools presented drilled in the most impressive military fashion. At the end of the day the judges announced the separate trophy winners as well as the best corps of the day pointwise. High in the grandstand spectators inspect U of D's marching corps passing in review. vial , .. . V .... V V , it " ', . Ziftiiit - 1- -u --N ... ' ",,fM'W"'11"E?-T7?ff?::2f:5Lk'-...Qrzzezafgffg-.31-iff! ,,- H--2-if - . , M .1 1 .ph , 1. 1 ... ., .1 --- - : V ""'f::r::-I is 5 if 1" 'l fx Www'-"3",MY " g J""s ' ' K X, . ,V ,, my -warm ey. . . ,-t r1.4lxr,p1gr, W - M mt time . . , A, , , '-f,q',Eg,1,.tr.tw -ing ' ft " ,wr x x, iw' , 29 X .Q , ' . , Q I ' gy slew. ' ,iq ' .JZ-it A. gasSr'fz.e,a w . iw ' , x '- , V . , a 1' ' Sw' ' ' fha, cf if- 5 ,, , . . 7- 1 -' ' gf' 1. ' ,- . ,. f s us.,-gil mg, Q- Q3 D qt, T' 'kc'f,fg:'+:-L. . , 1' , , , . 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T Moot Court is a practice trial conducted by the law school, designed to give the students a chance to operate in a courtroom atmosphere. That this procedure is successful is attested to by the high percentage of the school's students who pass the bar exams. The judge, jury, and lawyers make this a realistic presentation. A sharp-eyed "lawyer,' watches the legal manipulations. T 'K 1 'S-ua. .Aa w , 5' ,xi J ff ig s ,KX , 04' 1 .ggp 'r 2 ,-.1 K Eifgifw' af-I -.. 4' ,f C ' -' J 1' F . ' My my 'W ' , M.. '.-'w ' Wd.- fwfkff' I 'MW 'ffm --V Y--gg-H 1- 4 -w , nf agngiv . 1 4 1 1 W i 1 N A witness for the prosecution gives his testimony. The murder weapon in question, the prosecution's witness, and the insistent question of the prosecutor 44 ' Q X ,S f-A uw., A- 1 A if , gmr"1" .-:Wx if , fi A! Wx o .1--H f,.l l 1 w 1 I l 1 1 4 Art of Teaching Face to face with actual Problems in the high school, Practice in the classroom Practice teaching brings you to the reality in a classroom. Nebulously theoretical calculations fade in face of an every day classroom. The matter has to be taught with whatever method that will teach it. Discipline has to be maintained. Quotients and percentiles become more,vague as you plan and work to a routine spelled out from hours to units, grading periods to final examinations. You teach and learn. It's pupil versus teacher. When that final bell rings, you suddenly find yourself in front of the room teaching on your own. .fm ' , r If , y , TSE uo0F' 1 Q Sig X, f I X I if 'N-at 'N i I I l 5 , Www ' Y 'WGMN iw' SWL: wwf , , Pat Sehee does her practice teaching at Mumford this semester. t N When you do something wrong, your critic teacher is ready to lend some advice. Q 1 2 I V w W ' t 4 1 t Y w 7 P P 3 Q ll 5.4 ff' I 1 I I I ve f w U , . M 'ii Concert in Words cmd Mu ic "Words and Music" captions this University of Detroit Music series, sponsored by the Student Council, musicians from the Detroit Symphony Orchestra are the guest performers. These mu- sicians are among the finest in the country, and occupy its first chair of their respective section of the orchestra. In keeping with the title "Words and Music" comments are made on the pieces played, by one of the musicians. The concert is held informally in the round. The audience is free to mingle with the musicians and discuss the music during intermission. These concerts help complete a University's need to foster cultural activities for the enjoy- ment of its students. The series, open to the public, helps establish the University of Detroit as a. center of culture in the city itself. The Woodwind quintet presented selections by Laudenslayer, Rohe, Barber, Agay, Villa Lobos, and Hindemith. 418 N-,xl I l - 113.11 A f 'M ' , x -3 X x ti 'M 14 , S a'f I.. is if sr R gp 4 A ,.X M, ng:..,...N-N,,K , . ' k n - o A 4 is J , ,w 1 . - . - iltfty 1900 Q ff! Aeronautical Engineering Wind Tunnels and Labs Develop Aeronautics Aeronautical Engineering recognizes the im- portance of theory as well as the need of Lab- oratory experimentation. Courses range from aerodynamics, fluid mechanics, structures, and thermodynamics based on two years of engi- neering science. Aeronautics now is reaching into new fields. The need for so many advanced courses has necessitated a curriculum change for incoming aeronautical engineers. 'Q r f' ,Wm W ,,, W-W ifffgfiiftili :fa xgvusgl l a 2 --, "' t nh- F' A V - ig! l , . USNA i' ini. 5 , This scene from 1928 found methods and research in aeronautrcs in beginning at the University un. w x x'x"" xxxxx xxx x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxffxffx Q X if H x . x lx' x xxxxxxxxxxx 'x x xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx 'xxx 'W if 3 x 5 x xx, Hx, xxei Wgftixx xi, sf' '1'f'. M, Q:-5 x .3 ,F ating., EL f'ssxx I ix, ,xv g N xg :' 5 ri, x K' iff x xx x Mn, ,,x , x,., . 1.. zxxxg s,, ?'f"5 'iiQTxi3iSf: ,tyyxm Stiiff iii 'xi-N115 'mf 'i xflfxi fx? f iwigii ai ,xx 1: xxx wg-i Ex x "xXx 1 IH' M, 5 iwlxx 1 1 5 ' x I . ,im x 'Vggi t Wing angles of attack are checked and recorded before runnings. Multi-tube manometers measure pressure. An upstream view of the wind tunnel before the testing of a model for surface resistance to wind friction. A s ' , Q ,cw uw tff! "gg xx ,J if 5. . ,f P -, Ye- 'gr N x I .F .X Guest speaker was Mrs. Helen Garney, President of American Dental Hygienists Association. Dr. Octavac smiles approvingly on Margaret Dorr, class-president, and her award-winning audio-visual project. 52 CAPPING DAY ... Dental hygenists Am, Have their clay, too i The dental hygienist's proudest mark in addi- tion to her fine service is her white cap. The plain white cap signifies a freshman, a U of D red-white stripe points out a sophomore and N... A f a violet stripe on a cap designates a graduate. ' Dean Rochon and the dental school are quite -Q -1431, ,451 - V QA ' 5 .J 4 proud of each year's graduating young women fa Q' gag who will serve as the dentist's indispensable H 1 ' aids. A successful freshman receives her congratulatory rose. l The class of aspiring hygenists listens to an address by Dean Rochon at the mid-year capping ceremonies. riff '5- Q19 W wt. W.. d r y TTS Q5 '- aa 3 ,J 'iijyff A far! x,ffr,.t:' " ' p 'V 1 Q 'sgfftf ssss 's ' do-iiiiiiif 1 enllll School of Dentistry Extensive curriculum produces Dentists and hygienists It takes eight years to become a dentist. Four years are spent in pre-dent schoolg four more in the school of dentistry. Future dentists have to face a curriculum of the basic sciences concen- trating on dentistry. ln his third year he takes courses in operative dentistry, working on actual patients in the school clinic. to check teeth and to handle little children. ,NN 1 'Sr 'R 1 If . 5 1 ,M ,YM Q Qi mu-3 5 K :yi A0 if , 'W'-Q55 4' 'Q in BQ if , if 'iw' fy' Q .-7. N--Q-we ' X. I, ,Ns J , NL - N ty. it After two years of classroom theory future dentists move into the operative lab curriculum for two years. Each student must be capable of setting dentures on his own. AWWQQ, K v I l 1 l i l J X N. The Friend eet, Speak Ancl Aid U The Friends of the Library has as its goal the enriching of the university and community intellectual and cultural life. Toward this end, the library has sponsored nationally known speakers and authors for lectures, and indi- vidual members have unselfishly donated vol- umes far beyond the library's budget. The range of lectures has considered such disparate subjects as Professor G. B. Harrison's "Shake- spear Seriesu to J. F. Powers' reading of one of his short storiesg from Minoru Yamasaki's "Delight in Architecture" to the organization's initial address given by Mr. Charles Feinberg, "Walt Whitman's America." f I l A generous benefactor, Mr. Feinberg, displayed this art John Cogley, an editor of Commonweal, addresses the Friends on his topic, "America's Four Conspiracies ,U it , 'UWM ' Q , if- ., wi f ,WM . Q ,. .gy-Q b1E,,f':,, 1 X' l 7 lf" 451 1 5 we Q ' f' 1 as i1-- f ' A K iii! 3 -, w""' ' 'AWQMQR 56 91 , W" ' ....nw""' 'r 9 i . f if i i f Yi. if . fs 1 M be 4' 1 3 'L 5 I Friends Feinberg and Perron with speaker Cogley Ccenterj. John Cogley had an interesting message. Friends of the Library and interested students pore over rare books at the library's circulation desk. i A I 6 i I X t---fr i ,.,.-A-f' P 'M' .--" ff" .-"' ,.,- .-f"' A i 57 ' Psychology In Action The Psychological Services Building Because students live in a world of ideas, a world of mental activity, a world of study and memory, the exhaustive test- ing services offered by the Psychological Services Center pinpoint, to a great de- gree, his aptitudes and interest. This test- ing will help him "zero in" on the area of study to which he is best suited. Fr L1onelV Carron S J Counselor and Mrs Stark confer on some administrative problems. -....,Mg ""s. -fx A '55 BOY:MAN is the same as . . . ? He has several choices. Dentist or Engineer? This test will help decide. Gloria Redin, secretary and receptionist, checks some vocational test scores at the center. cyl N. , I i K t XL 4 ., ,, .. YL f H ' 91154, Q31 , ' ' X 'f,' f 59 f pw""" W i 3 is . 1 A v Y 'I i an 11 3 l 'L in if W f l X" ' sr ' A ' 1 "xii A, 1 gnt X , 4 S K Y l QW! i vf . ' M t is-f ..ss:w.. 3 wi V , . ,, - , ,,1'.t, V?-kim I X f Avy, A 't """""' ' 'J fi' - I ' 1' we ' W4 ' . X ,X - , Q l iss! X ' l V P M Q an 2 - 1 ll ' 5, Eg ll, lqnui f f A 1 V wi!! . 4' gs if , X Q g is Q M 5 QW M, SQ gt '. ' ls- hl I g .A .s1fM j M -sl Iglesias Ya f f i s 3 l 1 v , Q if 2 1 'N i , ,, . if - ff ll", A t .. K' sg it ' f M ,W , 't 1 A we a t i Q - u 1 5 H f x . . vlvl y -3 a. ft 2 'rf 1 , si, t i . l Q QW? 5 .........tJ'5 if? fflff A i . J. I v 3 is iv, A t I LA ,f i K Q ft --'sz . "mf - ,as . X, V 'a .sms , 1, E 511 . Y, f X 1 , 1 . s J an-mmm st.. W I I ax, . .Q ,. ' I 'ff' S' A . , -an xb 'Q' G X Q " AI , . , X 9 Sw X X rt Q I f X x is 1 544 u t 'iuqw 1 .o - "KL " J'-'Q ll , Tj: ,, V l ! 1. Q N K- -' W..,,, F 0"" sv . ,,.. 1 s .6 '-I Q " ' " 'L1"fe4'- t .- .. . 'tir 2 1 ' A I Ng Q Wg ,WWW M0 W-vi' V' W , , ,, M , ' 3 ' Q "' 3 ig g , ' 1 -- - X 2 A A Q ,A is A Q The rib cage and the intestines of the Arts Building squat in ugliness until its completion in autumn. Weeks before it was mortar and lumberg now it is an Arts Building, greater than the sum of its parts. v1JLiKlL'Q X A J 1-mf ii ii ,, Q M- I 'V f sig, ff -tr " 14 -,si 1 W, . l 1 Ai? clication l iAn invocation to God Sanciifies the result l f nian's imagination l l l l 1 1 1 1 l l 4 l 1 1 ilt is ironic commentary on the times that a Jesuit 1institution1 emphasizing as it does in the Arts, has liust last year completed an Arts Building. The lfollowing few pages are a picture profile of the Briggs Building, so named in appreciation of the lfinancial support given by the Walter O. Briggs family. See it in some of its aspects, its construc- iion, its ompletion, its vitality, its tranquility. ga, l k LS 2 N ski: - C l J A 1-" .iw . 'W 1.' "" S3 Q X 94 A 9 ,A .., w .6 gl if l mr .f .12 1 J . 2 ' 1 zfw I 1 1 Bishop A. M. Zaleski, his aide, Frs. Foley and Britt, S. J., invoke divine blessings for the building's dedication. The Reverend C. J. Steiner, S. J., president, behind a facade of cadets and singers, asks God's blessing. Q, 'P Ib- WNJ imi 73-if ,X x YW' f KR H ZQKZES XZ! X fgwiff NifQ i5-lfiffi f if X New fgsm fr fy x ? fx be fa if f ff? . 1 l 'W l 1 l .nk sa.. 1. 0' .f-ff, sv- -1 1 ,, f- ,. A ,is-. . y L 4 ' .." 'T " ' .l -...L Language Taught by Earphone E Y , 1 QW 3 6' Dr. J anisse and Dr. Espinosa of the language department frequently hold their classes in the lab. From his booth the professor can tune in the student he wishes to hear. Audio-visual lab in Briggs Building seeks Scienific approach Rapid progress has been achieved in re- cent years in audio-visual methods of education. The new laboratory in the Briggs Building keeps the language de- partment of the University in step with these methods. The main aim of the language lab is to give the students, by means of these recently developed audio- visual instruments, an actual experience or contact with a foreign language. Put- ting one face to face with the actual expressions, pronunciations, and idioms of a foreign language makes the text books and grammars more meaningful. In this way the language is drilled more thoroughly by actual practice. This brings out a fuller realization of the language. 5. 53 7 x ,. Af' , ,git Zig jx gr S, s , 1' I l SZ 3.1 '. 55, . These controls afford professorial eaves A tape can record a student's speech progress. dropping. v Empty for the moment, the lab booths resemble an array of U .N. buildings. :Eyes so ' , , EW? X --41 5: M ' ' fl ' - I as gy-vp . M A M , K!! wa.. A A-YE S av- if The Briggs Building Bookstore serves students and faculty with books ranging from Waugh to Aquinas M' N' h 1 s nd a large "abacus" in the Briggs Computing Room The Basement- - lc Ga 2' Students Browse, A Machine Totals The Briggs Building, with its spacious basement, has released a good deal of space which in the past has been at a premium on campus. The New Book Store is a much needed improvement over the cramped quarters in the old Chemistry Building. 64 'QQ' Y' ' ' w ,as V 1 Yu N ,W.n,, 9 543:13 .fab Y.-x M ,ff Q ,.,r?,.' wi ,M .3512 .. '-"41"5' Q , ' ""i5fsP'-s .. .N Q. ak? ' 5,4 5 X x he 11,2 I ,ag 7 x I , inf QM. 11 'Of .4 A -L ai, Q, ,EJ JM:-xl -gy: - IQQASI , fi , .S 5551, ,'yQ5j,2sw:, 'Sf-ik. - xv ,.f,,,.- W3 'fig ..: 5,31 Q Sw., fii ,gg Zia. '-'. -25 NHS V X ,AJ X f, A7 A -'fr lf' 5:2"Zf. -' ' ww... x mfg. 1 1 1 swf: Y ' Wfhfix . 'X wi. fax QQHKSXQ X if " 7x32-vgrll. xW3i?f?xyx. 53 . 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A. 7,27 M-, -- Q L 1 K , -HQ' Y, Q- M 'frfg-fei' ,531 . , '- bfixffxiif' , 1.6505 ' Y, A 1.v',5l, '. Q., NF? z 'M " Q'-A Egg? W Q mfs fir? .1 , 1, iff mf . . Y .1 :W W . 532-QEY. 5 I-iia1x':3gxi' V- ' if M,-',l'i ..'k .?.i3Q - V, ,- -Img.: ' Q N ff ' Mi L. . Hgh, Q35 'ff K 2 X xxx ,I 'Sv ,,. .. X X w ,.,, X x ,x -In x 1 x , X w w ,- 51 ' ,iv X Q w E I 5 1 I , 5? ' 'ggi 1 liz? N-.M 1? ' I . A -N-f. f ' wa., - ! I HI Streaky blotches spread upon film tell in a word our Homecoming. Rain. Relentless rain, dis- respectfully cold. It swept and splashed onto the floats and tore them with the wind. It scuttled mythological gods and goddesses. It jested with the bands, and mocked our queens. It drove across the slickened streets, and dripped from umbrellas onto wet, shiny, chilled faces. Yet these faces stayed, steady, shivering staid to the grounds of the oncoming parade. What? Why? How? When? Where? f f The assembly exhibits a gamut of expressions as Tom Emmet delivers his address. Freshmen Crientcation The second annual Freshmen Orientation Week began Monday, September 8, with a welcome speech by the Very Rev. C. J. Steiner, S.J., President. Following this, upper classmen gave lectures on all topics concerning student regula- tions. By early afternoon the freshmen were conducted on a campus tour. The day's activities extended far into the evening as the new students were introduced to college social life and its problems by an all-girl panel in the Student Union ballroom. A selected panel spoke to the freshmen on the pr MO N DAY oblems regarding scholastic and social life. 69 l- sa 1, f.. 1 rt ' ,, my Q . 1 ix t X i " 5 V , 'IIV a, ..,,,..' , SEX -- ms. 1- -5- . 'li ' . ' , tx ur, Q 035 fx it Q D -1 . ming, . e e - f - 13+ -A -' 2. 4, 1 ' ,...f,-1 1, , h 4 1 ' ' . :gf , fe- ' ' IQ "CJ All .fn "' cs:-1-D J faggxjr ,554 7? it Limiting elbow spaces makes new friends. TUESDAY High school fresh collegiates caught first-hand glimpses of campus organizations as fraternities and sororities conducted an open house in the Student Union. Organization banners, emblems, and displays categorized the associations. Personal representatives from each group related and explained their purpose and activities on campus. In this manner of straight- forwardness, a new corps of interest germinated within the recruits, and encouraged them to associate themselves with one or the other facet of participation in an active, well- rounded cycle of University life. Open House Introduces Greeks Lenore Schang, hostess of Gamma Sigma Sigma. Alpha Kappa Psi members arrange fraternity emblem. Q Kano . Nil! Carole Kowalczyk won second prize. The Ricky Litt quart-et sang their way to first prize honors Talent Show Previews Class of"62" Our emcee for the night hams it up for transcription. WEDNESDAY X.,- Dancers, pianists, impressionists, singers, and musicians headed a ten act panorama of freshman talent. Contest judges were the Very Rev. Celestin Steiner, S.J., and a committee formed from the Student Co-uncils, Women's League, and Men's Union. Prize awards went to Ricky Litt and his trio, accordionist Carole Kowal- czyk, and the Jon Schmidt Combo. Be- tween acts newcomers toured U of D land with "Around the Campus in Eighty Minutes". Afterwards Nick Schneider and his band provided dance music. Skanng pany replaces Frosh Picnic Roller Skating Proves Popular 'l Fran Corrigan shows how many spent the evening. Now we're getting better. Everyone's on his feet. ,. ' 6 2459 ' W' I - 5 f :QL li 25.2512 wav-,V . JZ' f 9954 - 5 , .p IV ' f '. Q, I 1, fif, F' 72 THURSDAY This year the traditional Freshmen Wel- come Picnic was replaced by a roller skating party held at the Hippodrome Roller Rink. A quick look at the faces showed everyone seemed to like the idea. There were plenty of thrills and spills for everyone. Many found standing on skates harder than it looks and went home with skinned knees to prove it. For the more expert, there were races and dances on wheels, and, of course, a grand march. Thanks for sponsoring the innovation went to Delta Zeta sorority and Tuyere fraternity. On your mark, get set, go. Come on, girls skate' W iv X X 5 . Soclolity Sponsors Frosh Mixer Five days of hectic pre-school activity gave incoming freshmen some idea of campus life in its various aspects. The Freshmen Frolic sponsored by the So-dali- ty culminated the week's agenda on Fri- day night. Beany-capped freshmen were welcomed in the Student Union ballroom for a night's activities on the dance floor. Classes opened the following Monday. Now was the opportunity to meet fellow classmates before they would be un- recognizable behind their stacks of books and papers. A gathering of freshmen discover the Student Union. Beany caps of red and white expose freshmen. FRIDAY Ed Dorsz, Mike Canfield, and Amy Skowran get together. X I3 4,L, A at ' The red beany with the "D" clearly marks out a newcomer to the ranks of collegians. Freshman W Icom Dance What better way is there to introduce the new freshmen This seems a very nice way to get acquainted. to the school year than to honor them with a dance. There the prospective newcomers have a chance to l meet people who will be their classmates in the coming years. Now is the time to become acquainted and make yourself known to them. l The crowded arena showed an increase of new faces. 74 I T Wag. l The tables were empty, but the floor crowded. I I I I The heroes of the day were the football players. Then I at the height of what might or promised to be a I ' successful season, they were introduced at the Football I I Frolic. The team arrived late of course, since they had I to handle some business at the University of Detroit Community singing was a feature at the Frolic. stadium. I T I1 F tb I I F I ' Follow the eyes of the dancers as they invariably cast and reflect different moods and thoughts. - V....,..w,a.. , .f.,. , mug, o Greek Dlymplc Coeds and Frats display toga form and athletic prowess at ancient games Fraternities and sororities accepted in- vitations to the interfraternity competition games held on campus this year. Events scheduled in the games pitted sorority against fraternity in the hula hooping and tug of war categories. Chemise races were also added to the womenls division. The traditional chariot race followed a new track especially laid out for the even.t. Afterwards winners proudly dis- played their enormous hero badges for public acclaim and approval. The hula-hoopateers caught many glances -,.,gQy,uv-.-s-sIi"'.fZ""' " U' ' can-lu--'Mp fw'a"- V I , v - so -. 6TH TA n n u ca I Mig ration Wow! If you missed the Sixth Annual Titan Football Migration you missed the time of your life. This year's trip was the trip to end all trips. It all began with the sleepless festive night on the train, which led to the lung bursting cheers at the game, followed by the traffic stopping pep rally after the game in downtown Cincinnati. Excite- ment ran high from the time the train left Detroit until it limped back with a grunt and groan from the load it was carr in Ca victorious but sleepy , I Y 8 Titan followingj. Who wants to sleep when you re having fun? Oh good grief! You've got gin and don't know it Wav! 1 ,iff V, .yn-A ff -gg ii ' A x ff ails: Ya: . is tEE": - .Ju genes "3 W . A , .dh A, D, .. Si l fl'-it r-n--rt 'QU J' nm-, . .i.. 0 0 0 C I n c I n n a h As the train pulled into the sta- tion at Cincinnati the first. leg of the trip was over. From here the migration made its way to the hotel and after a rest proceeded to the game. The game was packed with the excitement of adding two more trophies to U of D's collection QXavier's pennant and water bucketl. U of D's most loyal fan was there. That kills two birds with one stone. A T.D. and their water bucket. A ,F fe' 1 78 wtf Hosts Titan 1 . - w nv i I' in 525:53 mia U of D coeds have the spirit that was typical of U of D. Even trade, your pennant for ours After raising U of D's colors and winning the game, the next stop was downtown for a pep rally to sho-w the team and town who U of D was and how much they liked to win. By Sunday morning everyone was ready for a peaceful ride back to Detroit. Peaceful, with the exception of the last car which co-ntained 30 Titans who sang all the way home. The end of an unforgettable weekend . I-ful 1-. :V -... XL Q A O I I I W A M , ,, . M Twenty-f When the saints come marching in, ,eil J Ji- 1 A A' 'ie' gt' 4 Q. I I - TM' ' L ' .. , .SP 4- I 4 1'jg "' 5. fl e ff' elf ' " " """ " ' ""' 13'-sldllu '-fl' l.L.Lk..,lQI r.,L-llglkellllmu Attractive Sharon Moreau with beam- ing escorts launch an extensive cam- paign on voting day. A lively spirit of enthusiasm sparked by placards, posters, and pictures in- spired twenty-four organizations to sponsor their favorites for Home- coming queen. Each hoped that the personalities of their candidate would be aided by an imaginative advertising campaign. A cotillion of regal hopefuls on voting day intended to secure stu- dent opinion to their side. Student tallies thinned the select group to ten, five of whom would be the court, one of whom, the queen. o o our Vie for Homecoming musing voters stop while the voting day parade wends its way through campus. "'-1. I . , -, r , Asp , sd x img.. r .wx 5 : t. ,Sc JE Ju.. gm X t g H x! 4' 'WK Q '. ' . R .pig N . K s, V. ,. . f' 53-S 'A 1- 5 ' 5 Xi? ' tx' - we gy.. 1 fees if' A at wg. if 5 if . Ng! 'Xxx in - ' 1 as l l i wi 1 l .-rt,-. we -1 "' fc Q K e e , , ' ,f1'5'7f5-.3...M- 5. 5 --:av ,F :gi 'GS Q! x Nag, 7?- 'fi 1 A hr'-',. ,, Z""v-" f,:?T.x"f'. . . ,A . n-- g s 1 i s , - f- M . s . f, ' . x"'W""f'f"f w S ff f Nz gif?" ' 5 Nfl if s 1 f.ff J W s .vs ,ras wk' , w?3 The fresh viviality of Joan Sanak made the St. Francis Club candidate a strong contender for the royal honor. Honor Four stalwart enthusiasts accompany pert Patti Cassell enroute through our narrow, winding avenues. Magi sponsored Patti. Blond Margaret Murray, Tuyere's choice for queen, glances wistfully while she makes ready to greet prospective voters. 4. f' ' ' 3' ' -"- . 9 W X is , 'Z45.y,,, ,, . 4, f ,W .av '--w. - 4 .lax ,A 5 ' r ,Vx W I V , 1 ffl , A ff" ,V iiwf' I . . . .3 M1 K.. lin-lar--',...,,i. -M099 I a V u l l I l l 1.-1 5,3 'F' i.m'1,n.m L . , ' .-,fag .Q Wars'-J i 1 Aq N, Q xt Q 4 wi 'xx Q A X 2 it . .Ig ? ,ia ,gif "-x J 567, if ,ff X . A6 .-l.g:r" "Yv ---.... .,,MWW lift' l A final check of a student's identification is necessary to insure an honest compilation of ballots. l , Stude i m l , Scholastic Opinion Expressed By Heavy Vote Representation At Annual Homecoming Polls l I The shouting of the parade and campaign end. Students can finally give an outlet to their opinion of who should be in the Homecoming court. A line forms in the voting booths in the Student Union. The ballots are cast. Soon the accurate tabulatio-n of the balloting will thin the Homecoming hopefuls down to ten. Twenty- 7 A 'f A X four have vied, ten remain. if E lu k ,p , -W as Every tally is duly registered, compiled, and 1 " W A ' 'R placed on a final tabulation sheet. I 82 it E. ,, V, ,.. ", T Nl. ' ff The Homecoming queen and her court: Betsy consists of Joan Sanak, Theresa Delessandro, Boss was selected queen. Left to right, her court Nancy Hogan, and Kathy Kelly. Tallies Pick Top T n The judging committee, consisting of Doc Homecoming queen, Betsy Boss. These three Greene, Jim Spaulding, and Faye Elizabeth selected the queen and her court from the ten present a bouquet of roses to U of D's 1958 chosen at the Homecoming polls. 'li ,,1Xtt, L, Popier Moche Develops Theme of Greek Mythology RECIPE Item: One homecoming float Ingredients: Paper - wood wire - nails paint - plaster Instructions: Cho-ose an area large enough to hold the batter. Mix a sufficient dosage of ideas into theme. Fuse into desired mold and let dry. In the nether world a cyclop receives a facial expression before his premiere. Without 1 doubt one s livin room would not be a ro er lace to la with plaster paper. 4 f K5 'F 4 aj, W . W2 an 5.1 1 xvmx. l. A -T. A .54 ng" 'S on an ,.. I The crowning touch! Are these boys making a float or ruining their house? L51 rj ifa I V-, Ll 'rl fr.. f-E., '21- F, ,ful ' , A, mg, T1 5 TPL? F3 ,fl Urfl' vw 'E Hifi '7. 'I ,ft QQ wi". Jig. FX? 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The din of the parade, the warming glare of bonfire, magnified with blurring effect by the sleeting rain, the cheering throngs at the grid contest, the graceful regality of the queen and her court, orchestral melodies pervading the mythological atmosphere--all are impressions, silvery and warm, of this year's Homecoming. The value of p-lan- ning and work, coupled with spirited enthusiasm, proved to be most potent and profitable as this year Homecoming Week won the claim of being the most successful in the history of the University. The mood of myths, magic, and moonlight refused to be moulded by the damp, cold climate. The fusion of the spirit of the organizers com- bined with the enthusiasm of the participating student body produced an unforgettable pageant which, in effect, smoothed the welcome doormat to the alumni. This supermarket "float" claimed to be waterproof. Mythical Magic hoarding their climatic graces. rain, cold greet U of D gallants. its purpose to say welcome. Right: Neither rain, nor sleet, nor dark of night. . . Lower Right: Slay the Sundevils? No wonder it rained! Below: Who was the idiot that washed his car today? K. Off W Nm' 1 ?'5f .faflfy Lgvpwfg' A .' ,, TF- 3 ,Kyiv ,fa-r.g,1,'2f ff W, --1. I+- 'f' rffuwt, fa. 'ef' . 9 7 N 3, F "ur Q-3' li.. if ' , it ff cfs CI :me s . nf 4' n iq, iff it 53 -If 4- 'ki C u i I 'Ls J W u ' iv ,-:fn f ,im Presenting our Queen, lovely Betsy Boss. After a night of gaiety and celebration, the thronging student body and alumni poured into U of D stadium to cheer the Titans who played host to the Sundevils of Arizona State. These football gallants were candidly entertained at the half-time intermission by a review of floats, flashy cars chauffering the Homecoming Queen and her court, the military escort, and the exciting coronation ceremonies. Excitement, reddcning faces and hoarsing throats peppered half-time festivities with the seasoning of spirited entertainment. Mike McCann escorts Betsy Boss, behind her honor guard, toward the stage of coronation. - Q. A sw 1 ' " it F J wt., f ... 4 39 5 W I f ' fi TL-iw' K' ie? W rttt www W AW "' i,,..t, , fi " 'apps E' 5' rf' was 'W Eaves tg 9. awww? , it ' E , Q I 1 , 'ff r f ' A M in A ' 'in 'U P' 'f-fi,.!- A JV 6 x 1 ggfwf ei , nu -- is Q t i - - it ' ' X if ii vziwlx loud , r Q -is W-9W1vwt': Regal Ceremonies O I 1 iw Q A , A .1785 7' Q K ,wr , 2 of F3 6 an .K U sb Joveis thunderbolt, tantalizing a caricature of a Sundevil, boldly parades past the Arizona State squad. Queen and president: a unique combination. Chivalry lives on! Or do the boys get free shoeshines? fe-'rm 38 7 4,1314 , v ,IL Guest performers draw dancers about the bandstand. In no way dejected by the Titans' defeat earlier in the day, a crowd of over two thousand milled into U of D's Memorial Building to climax the Homecoming celebration. Myths, magic, and moonlight! Blue spectra darted the ceiling while a large silver moon cast moody shadows upon the dancers. Fred Netting provided the music. Guest performers gapped the interludes of intermissions. Frankie Castro, the Carl Steiger trio, and the Honeybees made weary, weary dancers forget the crowded floor and the bumping that goes with it. At the end of the night the Homecoming queen and her court officially closed their reign. The dance committee sets up a feature decoration. A moment with Queen Betsy and escort. I s r 1 ,I ""'d'f 9" . ,nf -1 90 N 'Adv-nj THERESA DELESSANDRO NANCY HOGAN 9 Au I QUEEN BETSY BOSS 2 i Yi N KATHY KELLY JOAN SANAK .im fi!- 4 x . gf, V, K .af ...is i agaf ez. - . Sit i:??g'Z if? ' .JSE , swf 'E' 5 li? 1, bl i 3' 'E Mig' ' .1. X .,1rsQ. Q . , . 2 n 5 '13 t ' This is the time to leave books aside, and relax. Autumn Time at the Scalpel Bcall The Student Union changed its appear- ance in the fall atmosphere of crisp autumnal decorations. Corn stalks and pumpkins gave the dance floor a warm atmosphere conducive to blend with dreamy music drifting across yellow corn husks and black-orange streamers. This Halloween theme caused students to pause and look from the work of the first weeks of school. Informal attire is best suited if you care to shuffle over loose leaves and brush against dry corn stalks. l ,.J French Motif ot the Varsity Boll L e ft - B a n k P o ri si e n s A s s e m bl e For "Encore Bonsoir' in Paris Intriguing left-bank socialites bring life to the Campus Elysses. Waiters in out of the way cafes check their checkered table cloths, and fill the customary flasks of Wine. From dark corners comes the hum of tourists and lovers of Paris. Flickering candles reveal the house rule - two to a table. This interna- tional mixture of travellers and native Pari- siens provides continental appeal as the soul of Paris is searched for and found. The Carl Lawrence orchestra provided American melodies. French garb was in vogue for the return trip to France. There is something about Parisiens. 93 .,,, . ffm :C 5 J ' 4. 94 The Sadie Sh uffl Girls picking up their dates, opening doors for them, lighting their cigarettes, catering to their whims, and chucking the bill for the evening, are part of the switch position tradition of the Sadie Shuffle. The Sadie Shuffle provides opportunities for girls to do the pursuing for dates. XX Fft V-.2 Q3 D. Maher and date upend igloo in embarrassing moment Each male had to wear a corsage espe- cially dreamed up for the occasion. The women were quite proficient in the role of aggressor, while the fellows didn't seem to mind being spoiled in this fashion. Judy Latowski's corsage coralled Bruce Doolittle. Workers realize their theme in decorations. Nw.. My i -'Qi Design crew created Alaskan Women realized what talent it environment. takes to play the stronger sex w"? .1- 'Q '- o.'0 O- if Suddenly It l928 Titan team of '28 honored Roaring twenties weekend Derby hats and handle bar mous- taches twitching at flapper girls in coon coats U of D's dipping back to the roaring twenties when it honored the undefeated Titan eleven of 1928. Dress Style and mannerisms of the twenties char- acterized the weekend. On Friday flappers and dates paraded about campus, and held a vaudeville show in the evening. On Saturday the remaining members of the '28 squad were honored at halftime. Another soiree after the game climaxed the activities. History strikes a noble pose. The pearl flashing flappers and dapper stalwarts blended well with some of campus loo! 1,1145 54" 5563 .wk 5 2 5 1 5 - i E ga 5 E 5 Tom Costello finds the microphone a good friend. i ,gr S' I X 1 Flowing gin mill finds unexpected guest underage. Once again the 1928 Titan team feel the spring and give of the gridiron turf. This relic of the water brigade sirened its way through the stadium gates i, 'ny Stars cmd Stripes Hail Military W Josephine Madda reigned as Army Sweetheart. Bonnie Lorentz was chosen Air Force Sweetheart. Twinkling stars sprinkled above groups of formally dressed dancers who came to the Military Ball. 41, .f 4 At Military Ball Army and Air Force Honor Sweethearts in Formal Affair Army and Air Force ROTC units held their annual Military Ball December 5, 1958. Chosen the military sweethearts were Jo Madda for the Army and Bonnie Lorentz for the Air Force. With this honor came the distinction of being accorded the rank of honorary cadet colonel for the year. This entitled the sweethearts to appear at most ROTC unit functions during the coming year. Air Force court members included Carol Ann Hicke, Charlene Piana, Joyce Shaheen, and Carol Stepaniak. 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' if x X 5 'Vik f ig M. b . . 93 .. V V . wma ,.. l . z . .K ,S ,X iw S' Wig. ...Q H.. !, et if f Vigxs x. gg .C ,if 'CN A55- Eff ... V 'ts . 'Y N V 2 . . P: .2 ia 4 ' 'W f ' t 1 if Q A , E Q" I fx Q 529.1 3 '11 md if, . x31,x.W, .. . 'Q if 1. ' Y' w ,z- LE 1 1 W f f it F , , Lui fa ' -3753, Q f ss ,. if-if " ' .N 3 , .A , Q ' , ' SVP: My '.nf1f:-1+wA 5352, N 4, -gy if A. , fw- ,, fx x sv' Q 5? . H'.'a.' .- ., "0 ..sf,ig-my , .,,, Lag? i l l I Il Perfection beyond perfection is the aim of tele- vision. Behind the scenes booms and klieg lights bring the scene into focus. Floor assistants whisk away unwanted props. Monitors guide with written words. Directors judge and call appropriate shots. Reflecting control room monitors catch the proper perspective of the action caught by the cameras. The red light flashes. What is planned usually differs from what is really produced. THE VARSITY NEWS I First Semester Editor, Stan Latreille, plans a page. FIRST SEMESTER EDITORIAL STAFF Stan Latreille ....,....,................,.,.........,....,.,.,..,...........4...... Editor-in-Chief Len Ambro, Jo McGillis .r...,,r..,.,...r.r....,...r.....,. Managing Editors Tom Mahoney 4.........r...4...............r....,.r.,.....r.r,..,.r,...,. Editorial Director John Stenger ..i............,.,,,..,...............IA,,,,ri,...rr.i.,r.,.i,..,.,..,,...,.,. News Editor Mary Ellen Rees, Sheila Sautter ..,.....i.. ..,.i,..4.,,.. C opy Editors John Devaney .....i.,.i,.i.,.............,4...............,i. ..i.,..i.. P hoto Editor Jon Stewart, Cee Scott ,.........4.,..r....,. ,.i..4 ..,.,.., C a rtoonists Katie Brennan, Carol Klinicki ,......., .,,....,.. S ociety Editors Bill Monahan ,.......,..,..,.........,.........,.,,,,.,.,....,,.... ...,,....,.., S ports Editor BUSINESS Mike Sheehy .,.,.......,,,...,..,......,,..,.,...........,.,......,.,.,,,.. Business Manager Don Schmitzerle ..,.......,..,,,... .,........ C irculation Manager James Magmer, S.J. .....,..............,,.,....,...,.,..,,...... Faculty Moderator STAFF WRITERS John Grubba, Brian Murphy, Gene Scott, Dan Wemhoff, Sheila Stewart, Paul McGlynn, Jerry Gervase, Jackie Cec- carelli, Mary Mudge, Andrew Zdeb, Wendel Hall, Ray Flemming, Marty McCann, Jan Leonard, Pat Williams, Ned Treanor. Second Semester Editor, Jo McGillis, proofreads. SECOND SEMESTER EDITORIAL STAFF Josephine McC1illis ,,..,,....,., ,... . .,,,,....,,,,.,......,.,..,.,,.. r .Editor-in-Chief Mary Ellen Rees. ,.,, ,,..,, .,,. ,,,,,...,...... ..,,...,.. J . . M anaging Editor John Stenger, Paul McGlynn ,.,.,...,,.,....,...,.,. Editorial Directors Ned Treanor .,,.,.... ,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,..,, ,,.,.,..,...,,.,.., r ,.,,,,,.,....,,..,, N e ws Editor Stan Latreille, Sheila Sautter ..,...,,., ..,,..,.,...,.,,. C opy Editors Walt Susor ,.,,...,..,,, ., ,,,.,..,...,. ,...,....,,. .,.. , .,,. P h oto Editor Cee Scott, Bob Schuster ..,...,.,. ,.,,.,,,,., ...,,,. .,,..,,., C a r toonists Carol Klinicki, Sheila Stewart. .,.. .,,. ..... ...,. . S o ciety Editors Bill Monahan, Wendel Hall ...,..,.,,.,...,. , ...,,..,.., .Sports Editors Marty McCann , ,.,..,,..,,......,..,..,....,..,,,...... .,Women's Sports Editor BUSINESS Mike Sheehy ...,...... .,..,.... r ,,.....,.........,...... . J. ,,,... Business Manager Tom Wright .....,,.......,.,.....,. ,..,.,,,.. C irculation Manager James Magmer, S.J.. ,,,..,. . ,,...... ,.... ....,,,,,,, r . Faculty Moderator STAFF WRITERS Jerry Gervase, Linda Hoyt, Brian Murphy, Bob Crane, Dick Sabaugh, Don Horkey, Ed Recchia, Bob Cotter, John Grubba, Dan Wemhoff, Bob Ovies, Sandra Wesley, Toni Barnes, Pat Williams, Jan Leonard, Ray Flemming. lO5 fin I off j i P A H " " i by I ,ff as-af" I A lens adjustment is made by Photographer Jerry Gohs. The Varsity News, now in its 41st year of furnishing the campus news and comment, this year saw the reflection of the third girl editor since its establishment in 1918. Taking the editorial reins from Stan Latreille, Jo McGillis brings two years of staff experience to the job. Photographer Rich Wheeler Walt Susor operates the "Fairchild" s '9 5. rt? ',,,f i v I i Q, , 'K , '3 vfibsyqs V we ,Re ' S A 1 C v ,M,'1,,w,,,, t.t- :Q X a t fn K K aw :Mig checks his camera. A is , Q ,Q QI"-4-1-4 Dick Peters processes a print av" if 1 i 4 K XS. Society Editor Sheila Stewart makes an erasure. Sports Editor Monahan and Andy Acho. The following pages reflect some of the hustle and bustle of Monday and Thursday afternoons as the deadline nears and the news continues to trickle into the office. Copy is l written and proofread, pictures are processed and the Eg as eight pages begin to take shape. r ,,,,,., ,,,,, ,, , Y AYAE... - -t,,,..,..i7 ,EEWYW ,M . , Sports Editor Wendel Hall takes ten with a V.N. Staff Writer Toni Barnes. M-.www mxnq UVB' ia ,a , Q 35 tiff' N BOQWTLES .nigga :minimis Kmiaurgfdl 11'-1'e""'a" LEFT moose 4 W, Remove Bouts ???f?' Q1 i 3 4-az. , i TBR .X 4 if iwfgib . ,- af fix it V 9 U' X' .' I-L: " V fn! 4 Y t ,.. r i ff , I A m.b 'ww- f at ' 5 -1 E y ,fa-Q f i I 4... Bill Monahan joshes a printer. Copy Editor Sheila Sautter checks a row of photos. Mary Ellen Rees, Managing Editor, watches a printer as he puts some Nslugsl' into the form. 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JL- A Q 1 in s- 'XX V if 2 I ffw Q A. irrr rr..trsew tw swaf,a,nMWMaa , prof Staff writers J an Leonard and Pat Wilhams. f , ,,, 2-' ggi if V1 .Y sa. 4, ,.. lv yk ,,Vf K , ,f 1 K. ,A fx X J , 2 'r?f get anfamYSWQww+wf.n , ds fx Q I,tfv- gp ' 4 2,13 1 M 7 V "-iw . f 1 See page 22 1 .s s at , N n Carol Klinicki and John Stenger confer. News Editor Ned Treanor gets a page proof hot off the hand press for proofreading and publication. ,-- 'xr IQ' ui" ll' ,qli1i!2 f inQQ!Q! i!!i" no-Q ' s "NuKnl xv. Meet the Stuff Responsible for Plot cmd Theme ofTOWER1959 2 N 5 Q Copy Editor! Who, ME? It all begins in the summer, spouting ideas trying to be organized logically. Then school starts and the work is assigned from week to week. Staff members comprise three crews who divide their work into three stages. The photog- raphers cover scheduled events, and develop pictures which go under the scrutiny of the editorial staff. The layout crew chooses their material and fits them in sequence on dummy pages. The copy writers then complete the pages with word descriptions. This is the book in its essence. W We 41:1- Bob Kowalczyk, copy editor, organizes words to thoughts. Bob Graham handled ticklish assignments close to deadlines. ff Q ' 5 -1. '.-, Hy . U 1,1 . , J- -' iq , L ' i 537 'TT ' - if 1, h Q K 2 swf: v l- 1 ' ' e fl . i , V K . i M ' K 5 ', may A .xii aff jd 'i .'- 'lf + WB :ti . , r ' LBP-. ,.. I!lP""" 25 ' nw-" -if ,-,N at ! x r 'L ' RQ we f , to if . 5 1:11 ,V S, ,waili- '1 Q,,.rc 'Y 5 ul 2 ,ff Bob Bowen and Chuck Anderson construct the format and content of the season's sport events. Ned Treanor and Mary Mudge comment on their own design and cropping under the symbol of the layout crew 4+,"w'rf, tiff. if , ' 'M jjj '1,,! I 1 f A 1 xi I S' U X T . um 1' X in ' ,KT ..1'7 .5 if 'W'-t f 'Wf'G?f' -' 'f -"'ff"' f3"4'f'f Xf , ftww' mWr'A11mwzTffv 4fwPA5'f ' 2 -- -1 Y 'QR Mi: 0? SJ?-J ' 'Twig x X -X' , ai Os. Wx f 'Kaib- I 1" lun... ff-NSN tm si-f' M-'ty My 6 we 1 ,X Q-NE: nr , wb vugs- .. hp.. . -gsm ,X aww' tl S Layout editor Helen Schlachter handles the 'gwhich-go-where-and-how', department of the layouts ?J."v 2 Q35 fx 1 NI J S ii 1' 'L Mary Jaye Kretler and Dolly Kloka provide TOWER 1959 with accurate, secretarial efficiency. 4' ' Maw 1 l u, l X, X it ' The tremendous task of translating staff en- deavors in organization, layout, and copy into printer sheets falls to the secretarial crew. Typing, calling, arranging, they keep editors, staff, and printer informed of the year book's progress. Mike Sheehy finds staff needs and TOWER budget contradictories. ,,, GSCO ,4- . f s 1 4 , . Under edltor Ersner Fresco became a leadmg nat1onal quarterly Llterary quahty discussed by M1ller Kowalczyk and Frsner ff-ip? This is the new Law Journal staff sitting before you with their newly elected editors in the background. New staffers Sweeney Cbusinessj, Raleigh feditorj, and J Browne Cmanaging editorj. Student Staff Editing, managing, and National distribution The University of Detroit Law School publishes, five times a year, the Law Journal, the University's only "Learned Publication." Staff members must have at least a 2.7 average to edit the Journal, which includes legal digests and judicial comment by students and professors. ll6 wmw V A rm -it .I 1 Tar Y 5 vw N - .Y if Y ' 'WS M K-+from "' 1 . J -sq 'D ss ' " Y ' 24265, - may t it Q 'img y my min.. 'Ng x , N NK ' Wi if The galley proofs require more proofreading. l i l l l tg,,.,, -YWA 77,4 V774 gl asf. Past Editor Jabczynski advises Editor Raleigh The Law Journal staff pauses in a busy day in the lounge ll7 M9 TV's Changing Form, From Barren Set to Telecast ff W. Murphy and W. Bundy hold a preliminary conference. Program Layout Proposed Productions Go before Boo rd L. to R., R. Black, R. McManus, J. Browne, W. Murphy, W. Bundy, R. Robert McManus records, arranges, and assigns jobs to students. Renaud, R. Mullanix discuss programming. What comes before the blinking red lights and the turning of the cameras upon a lighted set? Long before a show appears on the screen it is subject to the scrutiny and evaluation of the TV staff during production conferences and di- rector meetings. Time calls for accurate scheduling. Proper facilities must be made available. Only when all the paper work has been approved can the production facilities manager ar- range and assign his staff their proper duties. ll? 'Aix ITYWWQ l an fl. Tom Dixon sets his studio enlarger into action. Intermittcal Photo Slides Station and program identifications, slides, charts, and maps all play their small, yet important roles in pro- gramming. But before these graphics, in the form of either artwork or transparencies, can be telecast, they have to be made according to specifications. WTVS's special darkroom and art studios handle these proces- ses according to the facilities requisition sent to them from the various directors and producers. Cards, lclent , Graphic , Titles WTVS art staff members Jo Ann Cross, Patti Cassell, and Julie Ehlendt do some art work in the studio. ,Mt If Q. Q Nl wav . ff - ir ' r 1 ' , ,If -' . fx' sw1:ff-..,f- v - ..,-X'-f we y an r - vs ,. ., Air, 3 teams ..-wmwmn H 'f ml- A . M 1: f . -'. '-,,,,g f, at M Sk. Qi. l - Q ' Kg-15, . --N. ., , lux 4 AH". -i nf' r i I ie 4. l fy Hz H wg, . fa... , ff! i MA, lf.. I 120 2 ie "' '5 "r mm ,f . ,sn " 'ff Yi 2. I Q , Q ,- av, , f . . . V s Jw w K , . 4 ' 1 E ' ' 1.-'f . l i f in Q .sqfim fi. S.:z:sw"' . , H i s KM " - I '- ,f..L1.s,,w 1551 ..m.:HL.:.. -. J-24 Ns. f, g 3 . - ' V.. Q I v-.vaaxwnmmwww v --4,.a1mg 1 .1- , h x , 'W i R M. .1 7 3 , Setting up Stuclio Background df? . A ,Q f , , 1 .2 . 1 W A . Wi! f l ,, L 31 , Tom Stumpo, Jim Blacklaw, and Jim Morouse bring in a backdrop. Maintaining Gear Bob Parker in maintenance room where studioimaintains equipment. 'f' No program is presented in a bare studio. Flats are used to suggest an indented setting. Crew members bring backdrops from the prop room. They set lights which illuminate the talent from every possible angle. By key- lights, spotlights, backlights, and fill lights, the set is properly lighted to avoid excessive shadowing, distortions, and "hot spotsf' With these and other props the crew sets the scene. Jerry Gervase, looking down upon the studio below, adjusts a light. l ...T l 1 V N --I xx A -ui Mike Wilhelm with equipment ready in the projection room. Ready, Projection Before screening, projection slides are set up and tested. Films needed for the program are set into their cameras for reeling. Meanwhile in the master control room while the camera men warm up their cameras, the engineering supervisor checks the monitors. When the controls and lighting have been double checked, the audio and video controls in the studio control room are adjusted. Only a few seconds remain before program time. Focu Up, Cn John Browne, I V engineer supervisor, tunes in warm up cameras from the master control room. , "" ' t. i 5 1 , 5 ij i tj, V Citi LU O VD ,WM We F ie ,deli J r fi iii we t i it if c U U Ll J U U Q3 U 'X-ij U ksfiici Vffij MSS- ici ii if 'P ij M15 U A Q Director Jim Blacklaw, technical director Ken Benoit, and Fred Des Chenes, audio, prepare to start the show. X Xu 'I 'fbi' iffgfavsffgy Y NNI: K 4 , ' A if .L 4 L X I Q X. QSM Y.. , Q, 3 . 'E , .lim JM Eggs 'is X ,, ff .er f2w:25fE iw rf' 1 L. Foy and B. Williams run through a script for "Concert Hall." N an .J-vs: 'i ws,-' ,, , ,s X u of D Titan Transcription University radio gets State-wicle circulation All across the state of Michigan, people listen- ing to twelve commercial broadcasting stations are entertained by the public service programs ranging from classical music, to debate, to drama, to religion which originate from the radio studios of the E. J. Smith Radio-TV Center on campus. Director Bill Rabe watches the script as Jerry Boeve keeps a watchful eye on the audiometers he must control. S X l 5 ,Q , z .wwma-4- 9, 'rv X 6 . l bw I 1 .3.7, gi g, V t . so Q ff 5 ' ' f m." , 1. - ,, a, rf- 'aw ff fry, '- -. ai fx - A A QW ' 'x ,u.,,,E if 1 ie. at R 1, xtkisk . 1 lg AU? f y K "Q" xc . , , , lu 5 124 K ' -2 'f ' ' lk . 5 . -banned if ' X , X X ' x NX. Q ex Members of the Broadcasting Guild, Andy Acho, Wendel Hall, and Jim Williams check a script for production. The complex problems of controlling the audio console are solved by the fast thinking of Jerry Boeve. , ,f,,-Q ,:,'H. ,wr ,053 ' A I, 'af .ll .ff - A 125 rv r vi .. . . 2 Q - ,4 Q is is ?"'4F 5: 52 .gf 'ij f X my he Q pg W ISK S10 f,rtg,Q I K ' -' Y :KF Alice Broder portrayed cool Lady Augusta Bracknell. Importance of Being Earnest Victorian Era serves Wilde with farcical Plot of verbal wit Wilde, verbal wit is utilized to mock Victorian ethical values as well as the polished formality of notables who hide behind a screen of "custom" and dodge the values they pretend to hold so high. Earnest is satire and humor spliced from scenes of the Victorian age of conventionality. The play on words and situations is an epic in high comedy. M. Manion and R. Burgwin were delightful as the Honorable G. Fairfax and John Worthing, fi l26 l x P . "'1 E J , X ,.Q . Vb1b if , 7 gk Iif Q ' 4- A Wi f x Fran Dunbar and Dennis Moffett as Cecily Cardew and Algernon Moncrieff ignore Victorian protocol. er-vigilant Aunt Bracknell undertook the role of teacher, chaperone, and counselor for her ward. z, ..- fi .J 1' i t or -a 'Nu ' x V A xl . if in A V XR. I, y , lx lr i r W r 127 W9 Ci fi John Worthing, J. P. finds his brooding no solution Tom Preston reflected a simple country canon in love to his romantic yearnings. Servants Laetitia Prism and Merriman were played by Julie McCarthy and James Savedes. 128 i F The Cave as Dwellers A thousand scenes from Saroyan's wild, zany World I The Midwestern premiere of the Cave Dwellers catches Saroyan as he tangles I with human relations, painting the prob- lems of daily existence. The time is the ' present, the cave an abandoned theater. Its dwellers bring forth their personal i defeats and hopes with a do-goodism type of morality. These refugees from the pres- ent form a cycle of vivid individuals who fight reality with memories of the past in the cave called world. Richard Ramos: The cave king rules upon his cardboard throne. Alice Broder: Neglected queen who only lives to live again her regal reign of a flickering fame now spent. We 1 If it if sl, .-rslfiksw' ""'-H45-fa....a. 129 Michael Keenan brings his expectant wife and a performing bear into the Cave to add to the collection of refugees from reality. This is our world, and here we choose to stay, battling those outside who try, but cannot understand. l3O lr Jim Savedes avoided temptations to clown 1 W .v . s QL 1 ,J if .R ,-PY y.. 5 , ffgff v 1 it 49'- Qxhfhg ? V ff' fi 'J 2 'a ffl P, A queen's outcry thunders through the cave. Patti Cassell: Pledge expresses limited stage experience. Fred Janci: The Duke recognizes ,ring defeats as the symbols of his failure to face the setbacks in life. i:,t Ni ix 131 Visions of futile love. QQX i':"N-I-are 'I ,Ja ' I M: X lg g , if ig iv! E' Y l 1 0 Moliere's School For Hu bcmcl Two opposing theories of education are tested in this bright social critique of the mid- seventeenth century. The theory of "nothing to excess" opposes that of "everything to ex- cess" in which everything is resolved for the nothing theorist. ff I ' N, ' xS L 6 X 'rf1"f'f R 56: I 'li rs at xx vm x Q J 1, J' , s M 1 fl , 4, i ' x ...m N- ' A X 5 'dit 41, 'rg fig gl, The ballet sequence foreshadowed Sganarelle,s downfall because his own stubborn blindness would not yield. Arthur Guiterman's adaptations of Molierels verse has a background of music from old French songs and melodies arranged by E. W. Pickett. A ballet, added to the original play, sums up the theme and mood of the action. Sganarelle dreams on to see his love, snatched by youth, spurn his age 's.,..-I iw. Casting, Directing, Producing Rev. James Caine, S.J., is the Chairman of the Theater Division. Scenery construction is under the direction of Dan Lomax. l " Z ' The shade and overtone tickings of a play are contained behind the curtain in offices and workshops. Casting parts, interpreting lines, and building scenery are tiny loopholes to -be filled and smoothed over by experimentation. Opening night is merely the production of what comes before, namely content and preparation. R. Burgwin directs theater productions. l33 .Q . ,A IFN?-f wx, .x 721 Z ' 'iw' K' MMM. s3':'z,, 5 I 9 Www , :WW 2' Q, I 2 ,X . , - Joan of Arc Bernard Shaw interpretes Joan of Arc as being a true Protestant and Nationalist in her own right. The history of this political and ecclesiastical figure demanded a keen interpretive evaluation of subject and plot so as to render justice to both this- saint and those who condemned her. Within the framework of justice towards this saint and soldier and her judges. Shaw casts the Maid in her true perspective, simple, confused, but strengthened in her faith. 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Q , Maki, C gmf.,-.umJ.,.w,mMM.lwu Xi "W h"4""nAfm,4,,,,, ' f I Il Last yearls students knew it as a place to consult with their psychology, theology, and history in- structors, as a place of bustle and crowded faculty offices. The 1959 student knows this area not as a place of consultation with professors, but as a chapel wherein to pause during a hectic day for prayer and petition. Where last year 150 students elbowed their way into the Chemistry Building's tiny chapel, the 1959 student worships along with 399 others. r x fi 13,13 3 will ' 1 if 'J dar nl . ,. -Ja x Z3 Tl: , 5 if tl .5441 M19-l .E H ' I 'fx' ' t ,I V' ' l . 9 155:5 1 1 ' lllllu . ,.,A!,4, ffyg ,V 'fit rv, " -mfg? L3 ,f nf 'Q V " K A". ,r ': ,,,'-fair ' iff Moss Begins School Students seek Aid for coming semester No one is foolhardy enough to begin a difficult task without first making sure that he is prepared to handle the difficulties which may be presented. The field of knowledge is no exception. Students aptly prepare for each school year with a Mass to the Holy Ghost for guidance and light to fulfill the tasks which they have set out to accomplish. Thus, each September the Memorial Building is filled with students wise enough to realize that they cannot do a proper job to their education without proper help. on announces the gospel of the Mass. 1 4 - 1 1 1 ' N Q, 5, 4' r xx N . Q1 V .. .AMW w W' NX ,ww 'KX ef' iii 4-S. Y bmi, 0 'J ff QMUWQ f ,fbi f 122814, 7' WU! 415 5 rf blame 4 AA 4 4 n X A W X . .wt ,pf 'Y' 41 X c 'S i World Mourns Two Declfh So much achieved in life, still more in death. The saintly Eugenio Pacelli, Pope Pius XII, ended his nineteen-year reign as the Supreme Pontiff of the Roman Church on October 8, 1958. Black-draped churches throughout the world tolled the news. Weeks later, Edward Cardinal Mooney, Archbishop of De- troit, passed away in Rome. These menis lives can be summed up with the words, "They both knew, loved, and served God." Mourners listen to a few words in eulogy to Pope Pius XII. Reaction to Pope Pius XII's death was that of reverent silence. n...:.....SZ...3., A few words are spoken in memory of Pope Pius XII. Requiem Mass for Cardinal Mooney. Student of Annual Christmas is fun. Toys and gifts, special foods, tinsel, trees, and lights brighten the occasion year to year. For youngsters, Christmas is felt and longed for deeply. Yet it's hard to have everything on Christmas when money is hard to come by. That is why, every Christmas, the University through the Women Students' League attempts to fill a gap left open by difficult circumstances. These beaming eyes can bruise any heart. 'WW' ' "'k 'Www' KN ssure Success Chri tmcls Party s 4 M ' ...Q .4 . 1 ,fs It's the smile that assures you. Each child finds his or her fascination. Would you trade when you're done? If you can get them to laugh, their little fears have vanished. 145 , i x ' iv A-Y Wa nl i ll Caroline Roulier and ecking Hall Empty corners find occupants during the Yuletide season. Pine trees, symbols of the season, scent the rooms as they bear the tinsel and baubles of decoration. This is no mere display. The decorations fore- cast and symbolize a birthday. Each lighted tree glows like candles numbering birthday years. Snow, lightly sprinkling upon the lawns, adds to the hand-made touches on the inside. Mildred Johnson add some finishing decorations to the Arts' office tree. gifts! NYE! ,I li 5533! " YT ' 'X 43 ,y 25, fi ii an-,rw .amaaniauaam at P : ,gig an ,W 33 r ,daily ..f2ff?kg,, il il il ml M-JPN With Green The center and reason of all decorations. H Large, lengthy windows best display a winter scene outside to background the interior Christmas decorations. if 1- -1 vu...-:. . A mmvmwwmtmm r LHIIJA ppm f-Rymfglw ' f rv- . lr, nu. . js: V Q M l47 Yuletid Charity in Basket Drive All campus organizations took part in the annual Christmas Basket Drive sponsored by Gamma Sigma Sigma. The baskets contained mostly canned foods for the Christmas feast. The Very Rev. Celestin J. Steiner, S. J., President of the University, Miss Helen Kean, Dean of Women, and the Rev. Joseph Foley, S. J., Student Counselor, judged the baskets in the Union Lobby. Winning baskets were judged for con- tents and originality. The three Judges of the basket drive carefully judged design and contents of the entries Xi?- ma l Pcm-Hellenic Christmcl Proiect The Christmas goal of the Pan-Hellenic Council this year consisted in dressing little girls for the yuletide season. Switch- ing from dressing a Christmas, doll for children, coeds set about to design new creations for needy children. The best entries in the contest were judged for superior workmanship and creativity. The dresses were to be made for girls ranging from years one to six. These clothes were given to Holy Trinity p a r is h for distribution. Dresses line file cabinets in preparation for their delivery to some needy children on Christm I vi fl X xx Fr. Thomas A. Burke, S.J. extends his arms in eloquent gesture to stress a point in his message to the men RETREAT: THE TIME 0F PRAYER The male students daily packed the west side of the memorial building for the Retreat sermons. 'f-12 Q T wK4i.,j ' 'Pr' i' "kwa T Wa ffl! Q I' Q. Y Q ini,-1 is R KKK ' N1 H . , : W N N "W .- R if x xx. Wm x . N J 'w Th Girl . . Their Retreat Gesu Church is the Scene for the coecls The Annual Retreat held this year in March instead of in October, provided the students a chance to pause for three days from their frenetic schedule of classes and studies in order to take spiritual stock of themselves. This period, peculiar to Catholic education, enables the student to consider his Creator and his salvation. X ,XX fl! XX ,' X X X X X X f XX X X f X f X f N fi X f X f X jf Fr. Martin Carrabine, S. J., speaks from the pulpit. Against the rich backdrop of Gesu's altar, a sermon is given JI! X f X ,fi X X X vflr X X X f XX f X X x l X ff! XX fi X , X j X ,f t l X X, X .l..,L 1 l 1 1 l fin f ' - . , ,571 r ll ., any .I ' - , V .A fl: ,. -I lj 5 1-W3 v ". r-'itil . , ,I .,,g -.V qw ..,, J 1-,yt ' -" "fi 'I P"-ii Q.. - lm 1.1 - .- I V ,..s4, my . , .. .... . Vmqwesrwv . 1 MSPRINGCARNIVAL T H553 X ,425 'V 2 ' v 6 5 f-Hfwwf Wm. Tv-3-M--ww... W., ,,,,,,.. W., . K A N. ,.. mr. - vw fi Fjllhh 5 K' A can mu Im HSP To 6535455 THIS caan? WUSSIGN JAZZ. MY DOUGH SOE 5 THE E5 ITS is1si2'WL :SQ A Wmrgjhmy fe Lent--Symloolizecl by Sacrifice YOUR pu5Sl0R5 Fast, sacrifice, and prayer In yearly Easter preparation Serious thoughts aimed at the cross on Calvary and beyond to an empty grave on Easter morn- ing sums up the forty days of Lent. This is the time for penance, sacrifice, and fasting. Carry- ing the rustic cross marked by the black dust of Ash Wednesday, each individual prepares himself in his own way for the most important day of the year on which stems the integrity of all his Christian beliefs. I K gal Q? ,K f 'Q Y 4 s 1 K", 3 , , JN.. Q.: i el ' i f f W f, 35 if WL Q y , X zfkeki ' Z2 Wifi N ?f 22 l wx ' Zh' 5 .. 53,6 ks ,QV X 1 Q: , VW, igi " 1 F S ff .P Sas 1 , ll.. , Q J Ash Wednesday was celebrated in the old Chemistry chapel. Diane Fanale had a dime for a cup of coffee and the missions, too. 153 S, . Ample Space to Worship Gocl A true University seeks to develop the full character of its students. Some of this task is accomplished through study, the tackling of books and writing of papers. Another fragment of it is achieved through various campus activities. Still another facet, that of the spiritual growth of the students, is not neglected. Placed in the center of campus is the student chapel, source of spiritual grace. Here the students can worship and adore, talk things over with God. Past the open doors, kneeling in a pew before the altar, he can ask help and aid for his spiritual development. Holy Mass is offered every day in the ' 1 Swv:-rg-s' rfr' lusf.sA.,a ,vs 1: - as Hsu, do, .Aw as : ,ai , I fi 'vw 1 - .sf 1 'BE Eff? v.,,,, .., 'i 4 45 4: ,jk , -f ,, h . Q .-Kea , xgtw. V N 1 H ggi,-t. -48412: A r N-.1 v ,. ' ' ' -1 xi 134, ia, 1 ,,,a............1g: 3 73 5? , Sr A ' ' N ,W 5 QQ, ' - f f .F 5 1 i , 4 MW new Chapel. Right: Rita Wojno stops to light a votive candle. 'I S I r . ' ' l it if Q, A 5: a' - ii . . li " f 4, H .. BE . it J if :g ' 4 uf 1. ,, , ew ' 'Q' 4' mfs, 4 'ff s M1 I ff 1, .Mr 'fri ifaf , " 911' ' 'f wzfb, A ,V sf 2 -az N' wwf -vw , ' akmfwf " 1 "' 'Eggs c..f 'ny -,,k"Vfijff2--,ariisw Q., ,am . .J ,A-ya.- 1 . , ,Av - fx . . Q D. s- ., V. "' P3755 siaisa, " . Q QSUVQ' I 14" Q M I 9 ff 1- 4 l f ' g . M..,?.,.. S i i KM fi: . 4 ,' fix' nxsffmalaz rua! 2 P? FQ- .ff ,W ' 4. 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Once more two units of eleven each pit man to man in even rows against each other, skill against skill, muscle to muscle. Away in the dis- tance their trail can only be traced by the roar of the crowd. D , The 1958 Titan Football Squad Titan Lettermen of '58' J . Vance G. Alderman E. Dromgold T. F ayler E. Fritsch J. Ivkovich J . Leszczynski B. Maher D. Schroeder L. Faoro T. Chapman R. Klemens R. Davis A. Asher D. Listman V. Henning J. Dingens J. Pascuzzi T. Hanley D. Loner D. Kennedy D. Collins J. Jerek A. Brauer D. Swanz B. Dando J. Pendell T. Sterlitz D. Flynn FIRST ROW: A. Brauer, J. Donagrande, J. O'Brien. F. Jackunas, J. Ivkovich., B. Dande, L. Faore, B. Listman, D. Collins, B Maher, A. Agbay, J. Vance, E. Dromgold, T. Sterlitz: ROW 2 B. Allen, D. Flynn, F. Abele, T. Chapman, P. Christ. R. Klemen T. Lucas, T. Asher, S. Schwartz, T. Karpewicz. Coach Vingneaul ROW 3: Coach J. Shada, T. Faylor, J. McCloskey. A. Kryska, D. Loner, J. Dougherty, D. Poljan, J. Pascuzzi, R. Laseckl The '58 edition of the Titans was forecast to be one equal to that of the unbeaten squad of 1928. During the few weeks which preceded the opening Titan game local sports casters predicted that U of D would be one of the football powers of the state. From the very beginning, the team was up against great odds. Publicity, unforeseen injuries, and a tougher schedule all played a part in the let down of earlier expectations. Sparked by Lou Faoro, team captain, the team showed a superb desire both on and off the field. With each player working in unity forming a team which lacked any individual star, the team turned out to be one of the most fiery teams Detroit has ever produced. D. Kennedy. T. Sheedy. E. Fritschg ROW 4: T. Hanley, D. Woods. B. Kennedy, J. Caderet, B. Rowan, B. Pillow. B. Crane, J. Trapp, J. Jereck, E. Kalapinski, F. Cadek, Coach K. Stilleyg ROW 5: Coach Wally Fromhart, J. Leszczynski, J. Post. J. Hogan, L. O'Dell, G. Alderman. J. Pendell-Manager, J. Din- gens, D. Swanz-Manager, V. Henning. D. Schroeder, D. Griffin, J. Cain, B. Pusateri. B. Lusky. 161 , X John Ray, Offensive Line Coach Jim Leary, Wally Fromhart, Head Coach 1958 Coaching Headcoach Wally Fromhart enjoyed the services of four well and able assistants. Returning to the McNichols campus this year were John Shada, Ken Stilley, and John Ray. Shada reigned once again as backfield coach, with Ken Stilley as de- fensive line coach, tackle and end coach. John Ray served under Fromhart as of- fensive line coach, guard and center coach. A new face in the coaching staff this year was Jim Leary, who fit into the Titan plans as freshman coach under the aus- pices of Fromhart. All five worked to- gether and produced one of the "peppiest" teams that Detroit has ever seen. su-We Vx,,,,,..,.-nuff' ,-v""""-A-. 9 S f f John Shada Backfield Coach Freshman Coach Ken Stilley, Defensive Line Coach 'ii at l62 yawn 'wiv CNY' was-HP' 3 aff A J i 1 . If 7' - I 'Tl52"g'fY3'i2.-YZ? ' fi'-SY'--f.,ff'Iq , 3-L , ---iff? "1 1 HQ' 1" tuiv- f -- .',f- 22? ' -,fl LLL-. , -. t Q-- QE 7: lil 1 j ,sf 4' , , I 'A 1415" Iv ulfill. Lqu Faoro tscores season's first T.D. r N- Wx 1. -m I Q 'WTWL ti -wax 1' ill D' D A it M T e D ity,- A, sv., - - 4--. , A X - U of D opened what was hoped to be an un- defeated season with a victory over George Wash- ington, 21-6. The Titan attack was led by Bruce Maher and Lou Faorog and because of the superb team play, Titan fans sensed the feeling that the pre-season forecasts would come true. Once again U of D would have one of the top teams in the nation. The following week things were different and Detroit met their Waterloo at the hands of one of the supposedly unknown teams of the country, The United States Air Force Academy, 6-37. After the defeat by the Flyboys, the mighty Titan offense couldnlt get underway again because of injuries to key players. Bill Dando searches in vain for a pass against G-W Joe Pascuzzi reaches out to grab a Lou F aoro pass. Blu Dando OH the move against USAF MQW 1 I,t: . f W A 1 10 F , , WW it get l65 Titan meet Sunclevils ond Falcon One thing after another seemed to plague this year's squad. lf it wasn't injuries it was our pass defense, and if it wasn't that it was just the uneasy feeling that was in the air. Perhaps we expected too much of the Titans this year, then again maybe we had what it takes, only we didn't get the breaks. The success or failure of this year's season is not for us to decide. We all know that this year's squad, under the ample direction of Wally Fromhart, put out their all for U of D. It was men like Dick Kennedy, John Dingens, Dennis Schroeder, Ernie Fritsch, Art Brauer, Emerson Dromgold, Tony Sterlitz, Joe lvkovich, Mike Flynn, Terry Faylor, Jim Cain, and a host of others that helped give us a respectable season. 'I E Si 3. , .. V V - . i Throughout the night the bruising Cadets refused ground. .A spirited Sun Devil squad from Arizona State spoiled the Titan homecoming with a resounding defeat. I! -'A 5 KA ' ' Tull 3' FM 9...?E5 Yii.i'1 1" 31 157' .K l l l S l 'Mm KY' "' 'VK "' 'W ' ZZ' 4 L ' ' 'fda' ' ' .nl Wd Sli . 'xJ D'l9P'31FYu.fV" ' SF! 8. J A ,a W f .,A,f . . 3 if if e i r fa T 2 it ,if s ik as lv t i gr. . T yr m l R sf Q A in it lihqu M If mm was 'Y a . we 2 We Wil ,. . sri... M A , is 3' jg i 1, t .I KJV r . in t f W WW , af 93A wwslylglltt ,H ,,vVAmf, 531. 5 X Q " D , 1. iitbitai A A .st f S A ' we , ,Gr 11 2 5 41 5 ,4 Q 5 jp MQ 1' A W iw VA x K s . ? , . Q xx,,fftala at 1 fa, as ,ff be ,M Q. 'f my A good example of Lou Faoro getting that first down, the way he did all year. 1- A UD Keeps Bucket Tony Hanley sweeps wide to pick up that extra yardage. ' 'rw-qs-vqgr As the season progressed, it lc Titans were falling into a set one lose one. One thing after a Articles were written about the t papers Some of these articles ga sion that they were written by pi to hear themselves talk There saying that seems to fit this well, Empty barrels make th It is true that this year's team tacular plays and practically achievements, but what some realize is the fact that they did to add to the pressure already 1 SL e n n we can ask no more than that fi The Critic's Duly to Damn Pass defense, downfield blocking and a score of other things were some of the causes of a 4-4-1 season. This year's pass defense was no million dollar extravaganza. Along with this lack of pass defense should be added the complete dismal display of downfield blocking. All things have both a good and a bad side. This year's passing and receiving are situated at the head of the good column. The marvelous playing of Ron Klemens, Bill Kennedy, Tom Chapman, Jack Vance, Denny Flynn and the numerous backs are to be held in high esteem, while the steady passing of Lou Faoro, Tony Hanley, Dave Loner, Bob Lusky, and Larry O'Dell are not to be forgotten. Last but not least come the hard winning backs led by Bruce Maher, Vic Henning, Bill Dando, Joe Pas- cuzzi, Jerry Leszczynski, and Ray Davis. Ray Davis attempts to halt a B.C. touchdown. Denny Flynn tries in vain to break up Xavier pass play il! l68 I x if it 1 ,t is I-as U was lx' U liifllff wqifwk ffl MM! l l 1 l l 4 l An opponent's tackling efforts prove successful as Denny Flynn fumbles. uf Typical situation - opponents always seem to be in the open. In-lg? Inq?-W Q "75f"""' an R gt , 4 I l is K 4 aa: gif mf' l 169 l I , t 1 E -Qu.-,xii A, ,,,..,.., Ed Abramoski, trainer. Ed is one of the athletes' and coaches' best friends. It seems as though Ed is the fellow always left out of the picture. We'd like Ed to know that the athletes, coaches, and student body recognize him for his many accomplishments. as :.f"x.'.,f-N - -15: .,: , T riff., f ff?3i3m'R'l-f?T'.'.s . , 'i5.'ff'5 ' 1 if Dominic Volpe a short good natured person who is constantly working for the Titans behind the scenes. "Dom', as he is known to everyone rules with an iron hand when it comes to equipment. He is the type of person who is a friend to everyone. The Titan defense moves in to secure this Marquette back on a jarring, submarine tackle. I it ' 'Q Z 1 X 2 ,f ,.-Umaiaiifgs : O ,a zizyyk .-.f 41. . 1,1 , 7 ,15- 4 . ,Q ll . ,7'1 - 1 ,.yf.+r,f, f.,r' bf ?,,,..' at 170 A Promi ing '58' Freshman Squad i An optimistic season forecasts A victorious 1959 Varsity team Under the SuPefViSi0H Of J ill?--I:C?1.IY.,. .wl1Q-w-as .?.1lflid...i?Y- Larry- Srremus. and John Carroll, U of D's Freshman squad was one which possessed many sparkling and talented players. Although they were to play but four games, the squad began to work-out daily as if they were to play a full schedule. When the season ended, the Freshmen's record was a respectable 2 and 2. Both, losses were incurred on the road, at the hands ofLBowling Green and Dayton. However, the combined points by which the team suffered its defeats was an impressive 3 points. Victories were recorded over Port Austin and Central Michigan's J-V's, both by a wide scoring margin. Surely, the forecast of next season's varsity can be one of great hopes due to the fact that the talented Freshman players will all graduate to the varsity. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD 1958-59 First row: Coach, L. Stremus, Trainer, J. Mencotti, W. Sadlack N. Maiorana, R. Turley, R. Howell, C. Langlois, K. Sprafka, Coach, J. Carrol, Coach, J. Leary. Second row: E. Consolo D. Robinson, W. Carlini, F. Marino, P. Teeley, K. Greulling J. Clements, V. Battani, J. Ureel. Third row: T. Kollin, Mi Momtpas, D. Rentz, G. Banks, C. Cartwright, R. Sullivan, G. Grant, J. Fucheon, R. Unks, J. McCarthy. Fourth row: J Rivard, R. Fletcher, M. Murphy, M. Brown, H. Connolly, M Flynn, J. Dwyer, T. Bencic, D. Kolke. Fifth row: T. Wickcliffe E. Urbanek, F. Leiberman, D. Quinlan, H. Herman, A. Phillips N. McMurray, J. Skurnowicz. Sixth row: W. Kane, L. Hocken- smith, T. Bonafair. l7l -.gs-V 'Q . ,, 1' ' fc' ,A ' ' ' 7 ' Aa . V2 5 .. . 3 1 ' if! 1 1 , ,api ,, "f ivy - gg- egg , fs .- -, b -' , W, if A f ef,-'tt "W - ' ,, f' 'sh We 'Z , ff.: - , ,, 145 S, . , sw H f .f . .X yr", fx. ff nw .V ,V t. Frank Metzger is ticket manager for all athletic functions. 0 B hmcl the Scenes Dorothy Mason and Catherine Fitzgerald. Dick Huston is publicity director pgs N. ,ap ...elf ' Fw.. 1 72 'WS A lllllllll' lllllllll lllllllll un' 'llli Dominic Volpe, hard working equipment manager. if . Ea s 3 I :v-lA , ,,.., ox Bob Bowen, basketball manager, gives George Heger his uniform. Don Milazzo and John Pendall, outstanding football managers. --nn. ---..,. - , " ----...bu 5 Tie, R' Nad? S Ed Abramoski, untiring trainer. f sf if ,,,,,...Mm-- if-'I' . 39 .Ar ,- 0 Ni A Q '58-'59 -- Year of Experience R. Albee L. Hughes R. Alexy R. Troy lx 1 J. Belohlavek R. Uchison l Q R. Bowen R. Wright i 1 G. Heger y '58-'59 Lettermen I A year of experience -this has been echoing off the walls of U of D from the beginning of the season until the end. lf this statement is analyzed, it will be found true. The spirit of the team may not be that of a champion, but credit should be given where it is due, and by all means it is due here. The season started off with a bang, but slowed down with reference to the rapidity of victories after the Motor City Tournament. FRONT ROW: L. Hughes, R. Albee, B. Traut, J. Beloh- G. Heger, F. Osojnicki, T. Williamson, D. Potter, P. Cor- lavek, R. Troy, R. Uchison, T. Stumbg BACK ROW: bett, R. Dylus, R. Alexy, R. Wright, Coach Bob Calihan. 175 .4 l 1551 ' 151 f A X iw N Ia x f f ' 1 f ' 4 I . 1 x v 1 'xi -...4--...,, .we"""' nf 'ffm 1 I 9 'aff 1 -Q M , 1 4 .W.w f , .1W, W, ,...l.......h N - Q f" K , 4 f f f J27' f , . fd W Y 5 ' 'W ifxgvqw' ' zgifffi ' n -744 ,,, o f--.1 :fi .,.f,,,: 11,1 Jw? : -1177. .,.:. - - - r..f-w . -.f-f g.r,1. 4419 ,.v7!:'4i, if .4'.. .- - Q V 'fri-4 3.25. -, ' -Liifai-0211535 - f .. -1,,:.l"?"'-,fu f :r -V 44 '- -1f"7:!g.:a73'f , ,-45,-,:,,,,f..., K .Y y 1,5 UNH, W 4, -ffr,--if f' k 5-Ai. - k,lr,,.,,.f...a - 1 ' W f IW, E W W W W W fi W 'W E 5 14919 I 4 p5 V -i i i 1 :Q .ii i Motor City Tournament Develops Into Nohon Wlcle Classic iiilinmgfs ifiitieciiiili iii? ygif ijiedgiiefiiiig round found U of D pitted against Army, and Michigan against Princeton. The Titans were vic- torious over Army while Michigan walked by Princeton. In the finals Michigan proved to be too much for the oun Titans and as a result U of D . li Tom Williamson and Larry Hughes battle for the ball. Y S V , ended up in second place. Princeton found them- selves and beat Army. Larry Hughes throws a fake and goes up for two points. Ralph Uchison battles West Point for the ball. l Nl is 1 i l r I79 ' ' -' ' ' ST: ?3"2"gT'ff . ,I ap : ff-..w,..g .v"', 9 4 . , 4 1 f 7 fz, 54 92, 1 2 ,- 42,5 V41 ,f ,Q s 1 ,ff 4,1 ff Q f,,,", X 4 X 4, 'z f wx lr' ww... N- M X 'F "I, Q ' f ly B 5 an x x,,0 WQN449 . X M ,, '-if-Ss. " .. '1, s , 5 ffm! ww i Q Ji' S A Q Q' ,yfgf-V 5 ii. X 3 Q2 fi' Ray Albee the never say die type ball pl tyer bothers a Loyola guard. After the Motor City Classic ended, things began to happen and the team just seemed to fall apart. Marquette and Notre Dame proved to be too tough for the Titans and the record of 7-2 before the ,Motor City Classic seemed to melt away to an 8 6 record. When the Titans came up against Bowling Green, a change in their team spirit was noted and a sparkling game both offensively and defensively was played. It seems as though every- one always sees the bad side of things, with never a thought toward the good. The most important thing about this season is the fact that the team has gained valuable experience. Future Hopes Albee Hughes Heger Belohlavek Alexy Uchison Wright Osojnicki Corbett Williamson Dylus Traut Stumb Troy 2 Sf an S0P'1S VARSITY STATISTICS Pts. 344 328 252 251 157 147 88 49 44 36 36 24 7 10 15 3 6 Avg. 13.7 13.1 10.1 10.1 6.2 5.8 3.5 2.5 2.5 3.0 2.2 2.4 0.9 0.7 Towering Pete Corbett bags two against Bradley B. Alexy an anding OITIOTCS 4 t. Q it J K w P 3 . if sz YYY Over the underbrush of knees and elbows, the bench squad peer on the court as their mates start the game George Heger, Titan forward, leaps high for a rebound. Assumption Michigan State Canisius Xavier Assumption Western Ontario Delaware North Dakota State Army Michigan Marquette Central Michigan Notre Dame Bowling Green Bradley Nebraska Marquette Toledo St. Bonaventure Loyola Boston College Fordham Seton Hall Duquesne Dayton eet th 1958--1959 Titan Frosh lf the 1958-1959 freshman team's superb showing C12-33 is any indication, the next season's varsity should be studded with sophomores. Of the three games lost, two were heartbreakers, and the wins were emphatic. Coach McNamara's charges have set a hard precedent for following freshman teams. The big gun for the frosh five was Dave De- Busschere, the golden boy of Detroit prep basket- ball with his 22.5 point average. Combined with his brilliant scoring spree, the tightly disciplined team play insured the beginnings of an excellent varsity squad in 1959-1960. STANDING: P. Gleeson, R. Schoerner, D. DeBusschere, KNEELING: L. Reynolds, B. Kroener, F. Chickowski P. King, J. Parker, T. Moha, M. Sullivan, N. Kelly, Coach D. McAuliffe, L. David, D. Onofrio. McNamara 185 1 if Uni linux A fab- .4 s J V I Golf Team Hard work brings Fame and importance To the 1959 golf team The importance of the golf team has risen to a prominent position this year through the untiring efforts of coach William Kelly Joyce. This year's team proved themselves to be ranked among the best teams to come out of U of D. A powerful back swing is the most important thing in golf The Titan golf team is one of the most improved, promising spring sports at U of D this year. f 5 Z sv I 'fl l x, s xx ' S 1 ' at wit iff' ' fv""r ' J-11' , .xi : Qi 5 . A' , Q ,w T ..,.,. 5 'fx i pq . ,Q gg twists.. s V. ,Q ' Q :Lys ""' . ' , A . , RQ , ' 'Q . ,I f ' y- Q . 4, 1 I , X A .A Ll W "f-ne,,.H,,w-Q li? 4 im? 'Fw ., s fvifsta , t 'Q Q., ,SM so W ' '11 . 1. .V is ,G v N W r ,Qin- Sr' , , 9 V i I . r s 1 , JV W. ,M-Il M QNX at 'H ix isgf i if ,,. R - .V . 3 Z 1 5? iw 1 1 I' ' 'Rufus' X ix yafgwflfl 1 5, 1 ? 4 I e iff ' if-f xy, 41 A, 'qi f. ia 'Q' V, 45 . Q I ,it .. ' r' ,. cw' yi 1 as Q , S' 5 4 J GK 3 ifm 6 ft" I 1 J' ' I s at 12111 , "',, Z:- -V 'Qi' tw gf 1 L ' I' 1" A T ' 621' . ss, f x stay X4 X as 's i Y m if Jim Drinan, 1959 captain. TENNIS BECDMES A MAJDR SPORT DURING I959 SEASDN A new coach and a sophomore dominated tennis team give U of D's tennis fortunes an optimistic glow. Dick Taddonio, in his first year as a physical education instructor here, finds himself replacing Hershiel Fennimore as tennis coach. Although this is his first oppor- tunity to coach tennis, his interest and enthusiasm for the sport plus his previous coaching experience gives the team hope for a successful season. Varsity experience is the main deficiency with the team. It is hoped that desire, conditioning and practice will offset this. Jim Drinan, senior and captain, Jim Stapleton, senior, are all that remain from last year's squad. Five promising sophomores have moved up from the Freshman Team. They are Bill Hershey, Bill Billinghurst, Ed Goebel, Gary Fawcet'te and Charles Pische. Returning from the service are sophomores Bill Kisnowski and Bob Maloney. The Freshman squad, coached by Don Milazzo, former varsity netman, has six promising players, and the size of their schedule gives promise of providing the varsity with more experienced Sophomores next year. Standing: B. Mahoney, D. Galluci, Coach D. Taddonio, C. Pische, E. Goebel, Kneeling: J. Stapleton, B. Hershey, G. Fawcette, F. Rizzo, B. Kisnowski. i f - - 1 V . f I .Af I xH Il i n 'H ' f. mf 'X if m , . X t, N , V ,-Q? ikqfg P If 2 g g .. XJ, 5. " T 1, 1 1 ' , , . 1 , u f, - , Q., . jp: .4u'A.x, ..l. f Y -, N. A i 5 . i .f . X I . ik -'17 R K I JA II I Q ' 1' ' ' K ' X3 f "s77V3R A 'I N I Q J r o I - V -, D -3 1 ,A , ,- x ' . . A! 1-Ivy! N ,s, IV.. , I i - K I, - Xi, x' '- iff V ' I f s V . .--v ,.,.. 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'23 , Q Q ' rife:-5 '. o:o4,':'.3' ' ,vIv:'a-4-Y' 9 9 O 0 1, xv ,eq V-at..,,.?f 5 X? , ' if--3 ' z I ,L I K 1 fd' .f, S. 4, 4 px - 1 .If 1 .,, Bill Hershey, one of the promising sophomores Gary Fawcette prepares to serve up some trouble. Jim Stapleton, returning letterman, shows much promise QPF nugg- S ai? is 13 E time V ,f New a Q Seoson Results 18 Western Reserve 8 Notre Dame 10 Wisconsin 5 Air Force 15 M. S. U. 1 1 Oberlin 17 Ohio State 17 Chicago 20 Indiana Tech 20 Cincinnati 12 Wayne 19 Buffalo 1 1 Illinois 20 Indiana 19 Case 16 Iowa 15 Fenn Gerry Surowiec, U of D's number one saber man. Dick Comar, backbone of the team. Juan Zaccour, master of the saber V n mwf ,M fa X ' 190 Fencing Team - Th "Winningest" The 1958-59 University of Detroit Fenc- ing Team compiled an 11-6 won-lost record. This team, recognized as U of D's winningest, did not come by this record easily. This year's team met six of the top ten teams in the nation plus every school that fields a fencing team in the Big Ten. This year the team was captained by senior Jerry Surowiec, the number one saber man. Some of the outstanding per- formers this year besides captain Surowiec were Juan Zaccour Csaberj, Mike Bruce Cepeej, and Pat Brunett Cfoilb, and Mike Keenan Csaberl. Next yearls fencing team will boast five returning letter men with a total of seven letters among them: Mike Bruce 125, Mike Keenan CZJ, Dick Comar 115, John Eilertson flj, Joe Steyart CU. The 1958 team was rated llth in the nation on the basis of its performance at the NCAA championships. FRONT ROW: Juan Zaccour, Mike Bruce, Joe Steyart, Capt. Gerry Surowiec. BACK ROW: Dick Comar, Canton Williams Pat Brunett Coach Ri h rd Per , Paul Himelhoch, John Eilertson, Mike Keenan. , , C 3 fy A 'N Q7 'Sg,,,3" f ..- rvw E ,gil time : iffy Mfr, , ', f at 1 W A" .L 5 , ax l 'Gigi I' V 5 22-if if X M f' ! Ziff if 1 , ME X 1 ,v l 1 ,f i f 'SZ i f 1 'XSXS E 4 1 -,R X 4,2 A,-f New Look It only took nine years for the Sailing Club to become one of the country's top sailing teams. Within those nine years, the club grew from a mere handful of sailing enthusiasts to about siXty fellows and girls, who, for the most part, had never seen a sailboat. The club is set up to teach all interested students the art of sailing. And during the spring the top sailors are picked to represent U of D in intercollegiate sailing throughout the country. ln order to have a Sailing Club you must have boats and sailboats are a very expensive investment. On their own, using every legal method of raising the capital needed, they have purchased three racing dinghics. This past season saw the U of D sailors top the Jesuit Colleges for the second straight year, also winning two first place trophies, three seconds, and two thirds. Overall, the sailors finished the season among the country's top ten. T e coming of spring brings out the sailing team. l 'ibm ff . K Y V 5 V. In Scullng Mr. Budzinowski L. Koerner, B. O'Rei1ly, racing team captain, D. Schaden, J. Caton, Commodore J. McKinney . ' f . f' 'WGN and Jim Caton look over the spoils , J. Steyaert, A. Neumaier .- 4 f wma 3. . 4 Q ' 'P ,. I ' ,.,. 3 , an sv? rffmm... M Qg yfki Dick Anderson and Danny Watkins display their talent in the broad jump. Track Team Emphasis on Track. . Successful season In past years the Titan track team has been just another spring sport. This year we find it in a place of prominence due to the magnificent coaching of Coach Vern Fahrenkrug. This year's team is ten times as strong as last year's due to such sprint- ers as George Heger, Jim Shorter and Charlie Rohl and the mile relay team of J. Shorter, L. Vargo, P. Maloney, and D. Watkins. During the winter months we find the team upstairs underneath the M.B. stands in a place known as "Vern's Torture Chamberf' When the weather gets up to about 400 then you see them on the outdoor track running in 3 inches of mud. The co-captains of this year's team are Paul Maloney and Dick Anderson, who is U of D's best polevaulter. The Titans top sprinters and quarter milers are on the line waiting for the sound of the gun. 9 1 ' fi 'Vo . ,35pi"e" Q-W eW'g"?sPf3' Mm 3 We -- 4 Q A .. , P sf fl:-f , , ' If aw f ,, 2' "" - f ew ' ' f fa! L' 1 X W" ,S Ki 2 2. - 2 .. A ' W -' . f wat, , M. , W t A ,,. ,,.., 'f M , , ' 1? ' i ikiif ' , azn lif- ' V ,ZW al """"' "1 kb V A - , , 1 ,wa , ff2g ,A gave 1 sf, 'im "ftyn..,,. .... ,.. ......... f ' 'fre 1-1 Develop into o Champion li' ' ' haf "A .1 ,,, im. 3' ,mwf" be Y- M wsffl ffk K' r 4 Dick Anderson and Paul Maloney, co-captains of '59 team. George Heger, winner of medal in central collegiatcs. Larry Vargo clears the high jump bar with his accustomed agility and usual ease. l f I i . 5 I ,. 3 i 5 I iw 1 2 Q 1 fr X gl i . if E 5 , i 3 " " " 'V A ' H" Q e-- ' L A P '.X 4: ,s , - 5, S lf ' we Pm- , J .. f , A so ' iff"-,ire ' ,i f . X ' X , ' ' I ' " 5 Q x,. . , i , ,, , X , fx QW, . i... ff 3 sw' "f""k1 ' .1-ff K f hfilgine' ,Qu Q,g,Xf,1 ' M.. ' 5 A, - X ,KLM 'mzmfyg , T - so z Couch Vern Fahrenkrug and his co-captains discuss 21 promising season. Dick Anderson successfully clears twelve-six. Jim Shorter drives home the four-forty 5 1 1 Il I 5 i I -ii vi i L1 1 Ei N i l .I P , 196 5 it 5 Paul Maloney, Danny Watkins, and Jim Shorter get set to take a time trial on the quarter mile. Danny Watkins puts on a sudden burst to beat Paul Maloney in the two-twent 23, . his . S . v g X . l Hits, Errors O O V Our Titans working for o Winning season this yeor After an 11-10 season in 1958, the 1959 Titan team under Coach Lloyd Brazil hopes to better that mark. With the return on Dando, Graham, Klemens, and Maher, the team will offer a balance of veterans and new talent to combine for an emphatic winning season. Pitchers include Drab- czyk, Mettie, and Condron, along with the mainstay, O'Donnell. Jerry Lile, a junior, will be back on the mound. ."'Sw.,,,WshN 'A vi 3 , kk ,Sq . I g tt xl t , K li V . .. .M Q 9 X ' .6 ,, ss ,W as rm if my fr' is ,gag Q is K 0 1 -fm Q was . S Stag. if is U' sw 1 'sw 1 f Q 3. , X M. W vu A 1 , 3 X i s 4. A ,l ,,., 4, s f ,X ff wt Ronnie Klemens at first base will add experience. Junior Bill Blackburn on the pitcher's mound. W X 91"-Ni , w uu"ff' lr W- :- rw --4 I .M ma ... -95- ' - , D, , W ,Mas '-. we ' Alf' 5.-:ai -I " - v"' all -1 ffwfm 2 W, . The gf! f 4-, .S 'U Q JZ?" i I An infielder scoops up one. 5 s-AWMVX i SEM' Catcher Tom Coyle, a sophomore. eyes and wrists. 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SE E MES E SEMESTER l.,. v ' 'V 1' , . U 'U 1 QA.. ' E , Y '5,. Mjjriv .',. ' -,.1j',-,4,,- : , ,L , ".f',u-,fy-7'7" g,,Q,- ' ' QI., . 1 yay:-g:jp4'i,t34v7-H - Afffu- . . , iff' 'Z. "1 Mk" rl -- ,- ,V ' ' 'fr L '-,.-.. -mv w. 11' gf-Mtv ',.-my . - t ',, f, " ' ' 'E.hAL- '.-'.i:5L".- - .' n-,N uw 1 ..6. .M E L Q Q 1' 4 . 'wr -1? N, X ' m 4 T fx 44 . 'f T Q X A 5 ,Q f V'-3255: ,-fixtvfe ,. X . L x + X 9 :WV - if: , 5: , 1 ,, 1-.11 f f 1 I l 14 1 1 LB -A viz rr' is Gif' 18 .119 a QA- ' 331' Q A wild west atmosphere backgrounds the midway as carnival booths section off ghost towns of wild chance and fortune. Milling spectators cram narrow aisles in their quest for fun and leisure. An over-all view catches some scurrying from booth to booth, while others idly bide their time before committing themselves. The pace is swift, but no one seems in a hurry. Next door, muted trumpets help dissolve crowded conditions. It's Carnival time again! 100320+- .cf V, .ag '- - 2- -A Q- - I ,A 'rm 3 4-,:..'.!.?,, as I, ,, ff 19? Q' we? " "'?i""'- SIU' A K 3- 'ug "'.os'g,,,,.1 A' jk. - J.. .. ' - Exif C"--if-sf, Mary Ann Goetz, Kraut Queen, is escorted to the fray. 1-ef :Aa IRISH VS. KRAUTS HEAVE H0! SAD DAY FOR THE IRISH KRAUTS CLQBBER MICKS The 11th annual tug of war between the Irish and the Germans, sponsored by the St. Francis Club lasted just over two minutes, just long enough for the German types, under the brilliant direction Herr Field Marshal Tom Nachazel, to pull the first Irishman over the line and grasp victory. The Irish, working under the plucky Mike McCann, lost, but were gracious about it. Outmanned and outflanked, the Micks engaged the Krauts in a small hassle afterwards, the outcome of which is a matter of opinion. Mike McCann of the Irish fwhat else?J doffs his derby and harasses the Krauts before the grunting begins. XXX:-., W5 9-TUV ly s ,mf 2 I QQ? is I-as V , .,.. . 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No deaths reported V wx sf' Dpen Doors on Sorority Doy SORORITIES HOLD ANNUAL TEA IN A FRIENDSHIP CAMPAIGN TO SOLICIT NEW MEMBERS FOR THEIR CHAPTERS In parallel to the fraternity campaign to interest new members, the sororities likewise issue an advertising drive of their own, at la femme. The sorority tea lets the prospective coeds judge for themselves. Members of Kappa Beta Gamma flank their display of national awards and honors. ,gil X Delta Zeta adds the freshness of personality to the conversation. Theta Phi Alpha finds that a bow and a ribbon will provide that final touch .1wW'W Ag , xL..,.-'MQ Sliclerule Dinner, 59 The engineers Meet and eat On the occasion of the 27th annual Slide Rule Dinner, the engineering students put away their logarithm tables and sliderules long enough to enjoy an evening of social- izing. The next day they were hard at it again, checking RPM's and squinting to find the hairline. Y' ' 1 'ji i ff ,.,..,,..-L f X r or cmggx. w,..w,a,.,,W,a., J r "' - -5 -Q 'N -'5 fs WC' KN 5? lrll1li,m?IElQEET J:OP'P'L ' '- GY Qfr if Q, LS XA 4 S 9 VX' .l,7, ' 4 Q1 Robert Bacigalupiis council emblem won first prize Albert F. Welch, head of the Electronics-Instrumentation Department of General Motors, was toastmaster 210 ff! -1.-1 wt 4 Y "Mr. Engineer" fPhil Austinj and James Nance. Phil Austin presents an architectural engineering award James E. Goodman, G.M. executive, gives his speech. Acting Dean Uicker and Phil Austin 9' 3 'W ' 1 yu? ' f v 9 Ui ' f , ffm ' :G , w.-veff X Q , ' t Q7 - X ,yu-r. Q' l ,yu A 3 , B M ,,- f Q1 iii ., . 1 11 'Y-. ' Q 211 l 2' I L 5 5 s l I 1 5 1 Doc! ond Daughter Night i 'Round and ,round she goes and where she stops . .. Mr. Burch and daughter,pCarolyn, pool a cool cue. l i i Student coeds and their dads had the oppor- tunity to relieve their frustrations andltensions as they gambled against one another at the bi-annual Dad-Daughten Night, sponsored by the Women's League. Literally, hundreds of thousand dollars were icast into the lap of Chance in the make-believe setting of Las Vegas or Monte Carlo! Refreshments and a floor show followed the session at the gambling tables. 5 4 l l l S l ,.............gJ Allane Fortunate and Dad are in the chips. We ' PM 4 Xungajrf, I J .i ,f "W JAH? ,113 W Q' vjgfrsr fjfrir i if-' ' 'i .t ' ' i 4 i i i Spring Concert Anthelms Variety On its eleventh anniversary the Uni- versity of Detroit Band presented its Spring Concert, the Festival of Music and Song. The entire concert was under the direction of Robert J. Tap- tich and Donald E. Large, and featured student and alumni soloists from the band and chorus. Preparations began after the flourish and pageantry of the football season. The program included selections from "Prince Igor," "Il Tro- vatorej' and "La Traviataf' Dominic Cossa and Marie Sabbe Pfeiffer fer- vently interpreted Verdiis "Dite All Giovinef' The band and chorus mani- fested technical polish as they trans- lated the music in its popular or classi- cal idiom. Donald Large and Robert Taptich Ccenterj organized the 125 members into a unified musical organism i'f,'?'i"'f74" ll ll Hidden Faces Di played What's in a beard? Hidden lines give accent, to powerful imagina- tions 'striking out dignity, poise, and character. Trim and cropped, or long and unkempt, a beard never fails to draw attention. Judges Gene Grewe and barber Joe Enderle. Oscar Klausner certainly knows how to judge beards. umm' 0 . sm. a., ,:::,,yfg.44v. .:s' 1, 5 NZ' fr M Sr- ' M 2 H ' " f g ww ,J af as 2 iris' f KQ 214 5 12, I V., kip .Q :Q 5, , can wwwgyffmaw X yk Now comes the dreary return to civilization W "Www max rr., -.,, L www' 1. ,,,w.,W-f ,wr A X M A ,,.. F"t"e'-w-5, ev FFT 'F U' 'Q 1 Infrequent shaves make you forget who you are. Nod Schulte tests a naked face recently shaven. Top: J. Zaccour, J. Stuyaert, P. Verona, H. Bertrand, F. Rybicki, C. Rocheleaug Bottom: T. Young, F. DeSantis, F. Force. MUN' -v A Q-ww htffff 215 ..s 5 -z' s Karen Dwyer models coming summer garb. Fashion Night Candidates interviewed, New styles modeled and talent displayed Peter-Ulbrich, candidate for king, before While judges voted, Honeybees sang. the Judges. The U of D chorus was ready to bring some relief to the tension with a few of their song presentations. gf . nf YJHU - , ,ii ...An With Court The audience's rousing hand of applause showed their approval of this year's selection of king and queen. Before this, the eve- ning had begun with the royalty hopefuls modeling some of the latest fashions. Each candidate then gave an account of himself, and answered questions concern- ing his viewpoints of the Univer- sity: While the judges were select- ing Nod Schulte and Ernest Obermeyer queen and king, an informal talent show ensued. Sr' The king and queen of this year s Carnival hne up with other candidates This aggregation of musicians quickly organized to fill in some anxious moments durm the evemn 64 A tirx ",i N idwoy Glamour Corny booths present golo variety ot fun ond prizes Inside covered wagons gaming rooms are in operation. Harry James passes through the midway. The feature attraction here is a self-centered demolition crew requiring hammer and muscle. X Midway--Royale '5 1 Breathers from formal affairs rarely occur. Forget all the formalities and frilled lace. Try to forget the bows, and sit back and relax. I INN X 1 3 if J .4 aw me A 1 ,K 4 ' X5 3 119' X in V 'Ai-ii-Q X 'X " If X Q S I X -,xg Enjoy the ferris wheel with your favorite girl. Mechanical device converted into human wash tub. Southpaw throw attempts to floor rooted cats. Midway hipsters display blazing speed in drawing. f al .4 -ff, f N J? - A i ,1 5 ii I i X-GI ranch introduced new idea with pogo pounce. J Q f, 7 J if , ff iv 6 ,X 5' if i 69 N, J VN.. ,ATS 832 MK K I MH f W if Pies were put into good use upon Campus favorites. Carny Barker lures business with promises of prizes. Caller invites midway to travelogue of campus. Q-HA XM NUT XN IT SLIDERULE r a ITE Emi EREH T aff" 221 2 l l Admission to the arena was taken at the door. Harry James and his celebrated Music Makers featured swing jazz in the style of old time arrange- ments. This dance ensemble played before a packed house of Carnival enthusiasts who trickled in from the nearby midway. Some spent the evening dancing and avoiding the couples in between, around, and be- hind them. Others simply stood and listened to the James organization soar in accenting their swing style. The showy style and fame of Harry James drew a large crowd before too long. ,sail NCQ. Blindfolded president draws winning stub. The winning number is called to the crowd. Other winners are read to the hopefuls. With ticket in hand, another prize is given away Coronation Ceremonies H ld K' The packed arena quickly forms an aisle to make way for the king and queen. Obermeyer leads Nod Schulte to the dance stand. Fr. Steiner, S.J., formally crowns the couple. 2211 ' ' . Carnival royalty 1958, Ernest-Gbermeyer and Kathleen Schulte. u Their reign is' brief, butlsitiextends across the borders of cam- ,intoi rcityflife. Above them hang' their :C1'0W1f!gSi,,hCCti6fHlOlTlCIltS',Qf- regal dreams. Interviews, iiridifappearan-ces reach fo pub+ 'audiences in order to spread the good of the Carnivallp 'l V Th Zcmy 'ZG' Modern Swing and Dixieland brought back the racoon-coat Twenties during the Prohibition Promenade. Awards went to the most original flappers and best performers of the Charleston. Flapper couples register applause. fl ? .W Jerry Meier and Judy Gendich revive the Charleston V 'fy 'Z 121' 'ffl M Q4 "ui W a wi ,Q .' " M Q I 1 Yi ,, U,,fD 51062075 MISS f New Cueen to KDB The University of Detroit in accordance with the Mayor's Keep Detroit Beautiful Committee elected their KDB queen for 1958. The queen was crowned by Mayor Miriani at an all campus mixer held the night of the elections. Voting was held during a campus mixer. Leon Klatt presents Ann McKnight with the KDB trophy. Miss KDB of 1958, Miss Ann McKnight. The past few years the city of Detroit has waged an extensive campaign to keep their streets and neighborhoods pleasing to the eye. The publicity campaign was characterized by a Miss Keep Detroit Beautiful contest this year. Sophomore Ann McKnight, member of Delta Zeta, was elected official Campaign representative on the campus. Tau Kappa Epsilon sponsored the event. i. ..-il .--.-lg -un Barbara Sweeney, Miss Kean, and Marilyn Mencotti table chat together. Graduating Coeds Gather Father Malcom T. C arron, S.J. is teased by two future alumnae. if ff 3 If Dean of Women Sponsors Afternoon Tea for Grads Shortly before graduation, Miss Helen Kean, Dean of Women, held a tea social for senior co-eds at the U of D Student Union. 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A C . .Lf fag Q 'E ' 1 45 ., F 13 E 'fi r k 1 W 4 I '4 1 1 X 1 I 4 I f 1 f 1 1 6 x Q f ' ,f s v I I A ,fxhii W. , np 15 QWX15? ,L?:.Hif 5 X v . yi, limi 'JL' f'.UX7V' ' vsfffiffx 1' Evil' I 3 1 F ,R ,M 2 A, ,,,, Y-. - l I HI Whether gathered around a crackling fire at twi- light singing heart-warming songs of college days, or working side by side in the spirit of service to the University, the organizations on campus have a place in their ranks for all students seeking the comforting feeling of belonging. Sharing common goals, building individual abilities and making last- ing friendships are all a part of the world of activity in which the U of D student spends these few blissful years. i-Fraternities 'I I and :S , Y I l Ii A ororities Curricular Endeavors Balanced lay Social Attitudes Provide Opportunities to Exercise Initiative And Organization M, ft ROW I: T. Dinan, Vice-Pres., R. Emanoil, Sec., D. Hinsberg, Pres., W. Green- walt, Treas., J. Reno, Sgt.-at-arms, ROW 2: E. Andries, Chap., D. Kennedy, J. O'Sullivan, R. Klein, J. Zalke, D. Heckmanng ROW 3: E. Rutten. B. Galvin, T. Dietz, T. Faylor, D. Klein, D. Schmitzerle, Pledge Master, E. Harding. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA The members of ALPHA EPSILON DELTA sponsor many worthwhile activi- ties on campus. This national professional pre-medical and pre-dental fraternity co- sponsors medical films during the year with commentaries by dignitaries of the medical world. Their year is highlighted by the "Educator of the Year Award" given to the outstanding member of the faculty. An award is also given to the graduating senior with the highest cumu- lative average in the pre-medical or' pre- dental curriculum. Uppermost on their social calendar is the Scalpel Ball, a costume dance held during the latter part of October. During the final week of pledgeship the AED pledges can be easily recognized on campus by the surgical outfits which they wear. 234 7+----- A ALPHA ALPHA CHI, a general social fraternity, was founded on the University of Detroit campus in 1926, so that the students attending different colleges of the Uni- versity may enjoy a common fraternal association and the cultivation and im- provement of the individual's intellectual, moral, and social being. The fraternity co-sponsored the "Stepping Out" dance. They annually provide a scholarship fund for needy students which is given to the University. No one can forget their spirited Homecoming Queen Campaign, with their raccoon coats, antique cars, and enthusiastic spirits. ROW I: G. Albus, Rec. Sec., R. Dickow, Pledge Master, D. Jones, Pres., M. Macken, Vice-Pres., M. McElligatt, Cor. Sec.g ROW 2: R. Caldwell, G. Ghol- doian, E. Borninski, D. Dassow, E. Fischerg ROW 3: P. Sheridan, H. Ludwig, I. D. Shada, J. Marshall, T. Platz, R. E. Galvin. f ,gm , . o f. .. W M A A - I pk f ' Ns. f f All i X . .1 '- . . Q K. T.. ALPHA KAPPA PSI A broad background in business is the aim of this national professional business fraternity. It was founded at the Univer- sity of Detroit in 1930. For this purpose, ALPHA KAPPA PS1 sponsors business tours and dinners with business speakers. Socially, the members participate in Homecoming and the Spring Carnival, sponsor the annual Colonial Prom in No- vember, and have been interfraternity bowling champions for the past two years. Every year the fraternity presents a "Man of 'the Year" Award and the Scholarship Key for the highest three-year scholastic average. ROW I: S. Weiner, R. Simkovitz, Rec. Sec., G. Gold, Vice-Pres., R. Becker, Pres., J. Sage, Corr. Sec., L. Wenokur, Sgt.-at-arms, E. Pollak, Editor, ROW 2: A. Kaner, J. Dunsky, ffmmczm .fx ROW I: I. Slazinski, R. MacDonald, Pledge Master, E. Pawlowski, Sec., J. Aulette, Pres., R. Gould, Vice Pres., T. Szynkowski, Treas., ROW 2: E. Maier, L. Bess, L. Piecuch, R. Sadowski, G. T. Grech, T. Campbell, F. Roulandg ROW 3: W. Greenway, R. Proch, W. Kiesznowski, T. Mueller, N. Minelli, J. Clancy, D. Katroscik, F. Schwark, T. Rossmang ROW 4: L. Puchalski, S. Beresh, G. Rat- tenbury, R. Riehl, W. Wyllie, C. Cicotte, W. Kubicz, D. Boersig, B. Wolanin. ALPHA Clinic Chrmn., J. Laurie, L. Meskin, L. Morton, R. Wisnudelg ROW 3: A. Pensler, A. Freedman, E. Woolf, E. Smoler, H. Zalla, M. Kaner, Treas., J. Lesson, ROW 4: L. Gold- stein,, Soc. Chrmn., S. Blumenfeld, D. Lieberman, H. Goddis, S. Mintz, J. Jacobson, S. Cook, E. Brodsky. OMEGA The Alpha Nu Chapter of ALPHA OMEGA, a national dental fraternity, was established at the U of D Dental School in 1937. This fraternity received a plaque testifying that its mem- bers had maintained the highest scholastic average in 1955-56. It offers the Alpha Omega Scholas- tic Award to the senior with the highest four-year average. The members annually give an under- graduate brother a scholarship award certificate. The Alpha Omega Achievement Medal is presented to the outstanding pro- fessional contributor to dentistry. 235 F' lfhs F15 fy ,-:QQ ROW 1: Dr. Harmon, Moderator, J. Ball, Vice-Pres., K. Yastic, Pledge Master F. Crane, Pres., J. Koviak, Treas.. E. La Casse, T. Vaughang ROW 2: P. Mc Elroy E. Ajlouny, L. Nowinski, C. Coskey, L. Glinski, A. Maguire, R. Taurencei ROW 3: C. Bongiovanni, R. Bialek, T. Mac Cracken, D. Esper, T. Will, R. Ptak, B. Di Maggiog ROW 4: J. Johnston, F. Russo, B. Willis, B. Raymond, R. Palmer P. Mc Innis, P. Poirier, S. Stec. 3 3 ALPHA PHI OMEGA United by a pledge of service to the University, the members of ALPHA PHI OMEGA act as ushers at various spiritual and cultural activities during the course of the school year. In conjunction with Gamma Sigma Sigma they operate the Student Book Exchange. The fraternity sponsors the annual "Ugliest Man On Campus" contest, with the winner serv- ing as court jester at the Spring Carnival. The March of Dimes Skating Party and the Calico Ball are the major social activi- ties of the group. Last year they placed third for the Alpha Sigma Nu Award for service and scholarship as an organi- zation. ROW 1: A. Kleinert, Treas., R. Mc Laughlin, Vice-Pres., J. Valvona. Pres., M. J. Monette, Sec., ROW 2: R. Burgess, M. Schultz, S. Webster, M. Bujold, L. Pruchnik, Pledge Mistressg ROW 3: J. English, M. Scarlin, D. Kruzman, D. Curtin, J. Wezemael, T. Yates. 5 . " ' ' -X it A f ir -sr ' , s 'Wrist ,, Ax Q dt: ,qv . 6, Q t 2 v 7 ' ' I ,F - "': .G A at eq' F- 2' gn M - -:ar .ff - W f . Q' .,, s ' f . f -c. ' ,f, : A , I A ini' T ,, V si - Formerly a national commerce 51, Q, 3 W Y' N , e A 2 q W sorority as Phi Gamma Nu, and f 1 ' -fr ' then a local sorority as Chi g ' M. Omicron, in December, 1958, ALPHA SIGMA TAU was founded on the U of D campus. The members have often been noted participating in student ac- tivities. Homecoming, including parade activities, Carnival, and the Student Seminar are impor- tant events to the sorority. Each girl strives to serve the school in the best way she is able. ., .g 236 CHI SIGMA PHI The members of CHI SIGMA PHI, local engineering fraternity, participate in all phases of campus life. Their social activi- ties include the Slide Rule Dinner, the Varsity Ball, the Tower Ball, the WTVS 20th Century Living show. Scholastically, the members annually present the Chi Sigma Phi Honor Key. The aim of the fraternity is to advance both the academic and social standing of its members, and to develop gentlemen and scholars worthy of the profession and the University. ROW I: K. Whiting, Sec., J. Alam, Treas., D. Shoha, Pres., R. Campana, Vice-Pres., J. Cornish, Pledge Master, ROW 2: H. Williams, T. Faber, W. Smith, R. Guiffre, C. Adams, J. Ogara, B. Murphy, ROW 3: B. Schultz, F. Lunguski, E. Bisson, L. Cormier, P. O'Rourke, J. McManus, R. Stys, D. Nopperg ROW 4: H. Healey, G. Tessman, D. 7 Touchton, J. Neyer, H. Bruss, R. Cormier, T. Downey, M. O'Grady, H. Roeser. I ROW I: T. Guzanek, Sec., T. Waffen, Vice-Pres., B. Campau, Pres. D. Moore, Treas., I. Clement, Alum. Dir., ROW 2: B. Bacigalupi Sgt.-at-arms, D. Manzi, J. Swift, E. Hetrick, Pledgemaster, J. Haller ROW 3: H. Prince, J. Kneese, J. Splear, J. Halpin, D. Rosso, Alum. Dir. F. Campolog ROW 4: L. Alessi, E. Ford,pK. Hoffman, B. Watson, C Cote, Soc. Chrmn., J. Grone, Soc. Chrmn., C. Lyter, Historian. ,DELTA PHI EPSILON C3 I A natiol al professional foreign service aternity, DELTA PHI EPSILQ has been at U of D since 1924. To promote foreign trade and emphasize the ,foreign service ,aspect of the 1United States, Delta Phi sponsors guest speakers every month to discuss the popular issues of the day. Activities are many and varied, beginning with Homecoming in the fall,j the Turkey Trot spon- sored jointly with Sigma Phi Epsilon in November, an, annual mission drive, a "pizza" booth at the Spring Carnival, and a Com- munion Preakfast at the 'end of l fa the yearl r I l l i wi' I 2 Q 237 DELTA . ........, KAPPA Established in 1925 to promote high moral and ethical standards in the field of journalism and to foster the spirit of brotherhood, the members of DELTA PI KAPPA. professional journalism fraternity, strengthen the staffs of the Varsity News, Tower, and Fresco. In an effort to raise the quality of modern journalism, editorial keys are offered each year to students doing outstand- ing work. Besides its literary con- tributions to the University, the fraternity sponsors the Scribes Ball at which the Scribes Belle is CIOWIICCL R. Brooks, Historian. ROW 1: I. Watter, S. Bommarito, D. Zielke, Treas., J. Robb, Pres., R. Mont gomery, Vice Pres., J. Grimley, Scribe, W. Wolfe, Historian, A. Venetg ROW 2 L. Kross, R. Malvitz, C. Nill, G. Fry, G. Jaruga, R. Miklik, R. Spie-Ass,.W Shaver, T. Carzon, P. R. Skibag ROW 3,' J. Solverson, R. Kay, R. Neuder, D. Pierron, F. Draheim, B. Bura, D. Hollarg ROW 4: L. Copus, Z---, J McCoy, S. Zdral, J. Starcevich, J. W. Potts, G. Holzimmer, A. Mascari, L Treshnevsky, R. Singelyn. 2"N. 1 34 ls! ROW 1: D. Cardella, Pres., G. Dunneback, Vice Pres., M. Sheehy, Treas., B.,Fedderseng ROW 2: R. Gaye, D. Lederle, Sgt.-at-arms, G. Lederle, T. Melvin, Corr. Sec., R. Sanzeri, DELTA SIGMA DELTA The largest international dental fraternity in the world is DELTA SIGMA DELTA It was founded at the University of De- troit in 1939. The purpose of this fra- ternity is scientific, ethical, and profes- sional progress. In addition to regular meetings there are special lectures and clinics throughout the year. Socially they sponsor several dances and take an active part in the Christmas Basket project. Their biggest social event, however, is a farewell dinner held in honor of the gra- duating seniors at the end of the year. 238 1 me OCD: iff Q ffwiftf 'gf ROW 1: R. Parker, J. LeBay, Treas., J. Reed, Senior Vice-Pres., ROW 2: T. Harrington, H. Spurney, D. McCarthy, V. Laurain, W. Hiller, J. Ament, W. Shea, V. Cauchong ROW 3: W. Saunders, J. Pelton, G. Blaszkowski, D. Root, R. Chateau, V. Vespa, Historian, F. Severini, Ir., P. Marinelli. PI Theta Chapter The Theta chapter of DELTA SIGMA PI, precursor of its brother chapter at the University, was founded in 1921, with the objective of bringing the com- merce student closer to the business world than is possible in the classroom. The uptown chapter of Delta Sigma Pi par- ticipates actively in Homecoming and Carnival, and annually presents the fabled Football Frolic. A scholarship key is awarded each year to the student on the uptown campus with the highest scholastic average. DELTA SIGMA Pl Gamma Rho Chapter The Gamma Rho chapter of DELTA SIGMA PI was founded in 1950 especially for the men of the evening division of the Col- lege of Commerce and Finance, located on the downtown cam- pus. Socially, the fraternity par- ticipates in the annual Spring Carnival, and presents yearly the popular Rose D i n n e r Dance. Delta Sig awards a scholarship key to the senior commerce stu- dent with the highest scholastic average. A ROW 1: R. Williams, M. Cavanaugh, Historian, F. Weber, Junior Vice-Pres., T. O'Connor, Pres., K. Gruber, Senior Vice-Pres., R. O'Donnell, Treas., W. Schafer, Sec.g ROW 2: T. Kruzel, J. Cameron, C. Burkart, I. Fitzgerald, D. Groesbeck, S. Phillos, D. Anderson, H. McDonald, ROW 3: T. Nolan, P. S I A Springer, W. Matyasic, J. Crowley, J. Labond, M. Hintzen, M. Peters, J. Marino, P. Kwasny, R. Boweng ROW 4: J. Ciesliga, R. Quaine, J. Flynn, R. Wood, R. Beusterien, D. Burke, R. Canaday, E. McElligatt, J. Neme, H. Byrne, T. Collins. tim: F360 239 DELTA SIGMA PHI "Brotherhood" is the motto of DELTA SIGMA PHI, interna- tional social fraternity. The mem- bers run the only fraternity house on campus and actively partici- pate in most school functions, including Carnival, Homecoming, and the Interfraternity Council. To promote activities for the University, the brothers sponsor the Carnation Ball, Sailorls Ball, and Campus Cruise to Bob-Lo. "Delta Sig" has also won many individual and group sport tro- phies. Among the group awards they have received are the Music Award, Football Championship, and second place in the 1958 Chariot Race. L fl". 'tg IL., 5- V' 'fl 1.1 T71 rf' wif"- . f., QV . . f.'.' I, - ' vu in fi5'Q,:.' ROW 1: J. F. Nowicki, Corr. Sec., C. A. Packard, Treas.. R. Terry Cuson, Pres., J. A. Zaccour, Sgt.-at-arms, C. J. Nies, House Manager, P. J. Verona, Vice-Pres.: ROW 2: A. B. Burke, J. J. Giachino, W. F. Zurgable, J. F. Waughn. J. D. Jacobs. G. E. Lilly, W. L. Morandinig ROW 3: W. Kroger, J. Edison, A. C. Isola, T. X. Costello, G. J. Nee, F. J. Rybicki, R. J. Kurtz, ROW 4: R. Unti, T. Husband, J. Mitchell, K. W. Kramer, M. S. Grazioli, J. Riegle, L. J. Kolakowski, J. E. Schaefer. - N - gli? , . 1 -5 .1 ' V fldisarfc-Lv. .17 I ' RQJQL ,aaa-regain, Treas? O'ConnelI, Dean, B. L. Endefby, sec., Row 2.- T. SxWCaCY,VE'.'5B'Y0Wn, i'RiiEi'ans, E. Schwartz. D E A , rf-an 'Q " -,- .44-fe. 1 J X .... f in TH ETA .f PHI , 1' X. sf' DELTA THETA PHI Law Fraternity has, as its primary objective, the uniting of men who regard the practice of law as an activity worthy of the highest human endeavor. The Hosmer Senate Chapter at the University of Detroit Law School grants scholarship keys to those members whose averages place them either in the highest fifteen percent of the senior class or in the highest seven and a half percent of the junior class. Several social activities, including a Christmas party, Founder's Day party, and annual dinner dance round out the fraternity program. The Hosmer Senate awards, to the student who achieves the highest scholarship rating in his first year as a law student, a certificate of scholar- ship. 4 I 20 Row I: P. McDonald, Treas., J. Roland, 2nd Vice-Pres., S. Teston, Pres., M. Lewis, lst Vice Pres., S. Hartzell, Rec. Sec., C. Klinicki, Corr. Sec., ROW 2: C. Balousek, A. Higgins, A. Grix, S. Shannon, M. Saylor, P. Blossom, ROW 3: E Gems, M. Curtin, J. Duckett, M. Snyder, B. Kaminski, S. Nichols, C. Morkerg ROW 4: R. Santimore, M. J. Salada, B. Witzak, R. Geist, J. Lee, D. Mosoryak, A. McKnight. C3AMAAAAi fi . i fi? DE ZETSW . .ggj5a.,V V , ' ' - . , fig, 3 ui! 'Sf' 4 1' -f if 1. a' ,Z ,A 5 A national s sorority, DELTA ZETAis,31ractiVe?"in im- portant school agfiiyities Suche as the Carnival, Hgiagegeoming, and the Easter and basket drives. Their specitatfiprojects Vin- clude work with akpfagtient at Car- ville, contributionsifgfictm,Gallaudet College, the drive, and sponsoring sigpffeaatk e r s 'ion standards of Delta, Zeta. They sponsor the Bal1,f and give two Easter asket Drive Awards to campusigroups. As a sorority they have themselves received many awards, including the Big Horn Award at the Na- tional Conventiont for the Easter Basket Drive. ROW I: T. O'Dowd, Tipstave, A. Bove, Iudex, W. Brossard, Recorder, J. H. Dillon, Chancellor, J. Trask, Praetor, D. Huddleston, Lictorg ROW 2: T. Klink, D. Broderick, G. Roskopp, J. McCormick, G. Gorcyca, T. Brown, N. Bucci, EIA C3AJWAAAi Sheriff. S.. Mu Chapter of GAMMA ETA GAM- MA, national law fraternity, strives to promote general fraternization among students and practitioners of the legal profession. It was founded at U of D in 1919. The fraternity is represented on all levels of student activity at the law school such as the Board of Moot Court Directors, the Law Journal, the Student Advisory Committee, and other legal and quasi-legal organizations. In addition to participation in mock trials and review sessions, Gamma Eta Gamma grants awards for high scholarship in the study of law. Among other social activities, the fraternity offers its members an an- nual picnic, golf match, and Christmas party. The social calendar is culminated in the fraternity Founder's Day Banquet. W. Burk, J. Gaseg ROW 3: J. Downie, P. Bellanca, F. Chut, D. Ducey, Night Sheriff, J. Weed, Quaestor, G. Graham, A. Viviano, R. Trernp, C. Burke, Day NIH N241 'I I A . if . . 5 .. .. .,. i - , Q. it . 1 9 i if g f" QW2 H A 'F Q 4. . a. - .... f x 'J I J if Y Q N. f ri N, ,Q Qi- . ,,,. ROW 1: I. Jeris, Treas., L. Schang, Pres., M. Tischler, Vice-Pres., E. Steltenpohl, Moderator, ROW 2: P. Shain, Rec. Sec., L. Filarski, Parl., J. Dettloff. Alum. Sec., C. Daigue, Corr. Sec., E. Czarnotag ROW 3: C. Bartkowiak, S. Earp, B. Moskaitis, E. A. Miller, S. LaPonsa. J. Chodubski, J. Tercheckg ROW 4: S. Campo, M. Mason, M. A. Pusio, J. Dieda, N. Joynt, G. Dogonski, L. Felczak, S. Stewart. .GAMMA SIGMA.. SIGMA Striving to unite the college and univer- sity women in a spirit of service to school, community, and to all humanity, many girls at the University have joined GAMMA SIGMA SIGMA, a national service sorority. As projects, the girls sponsor a rummage sale, Christmas bas- ket drive, and the Student Book Ex- change, which is run jointly with Alpha Phi Omega. Dances have found the girls active also. They sponsor the Colonial Prom and Calico Ball, two widely known dances on campus. As a service sorority, they yearly present a plaque to the organi- zation on campus presenting the best basket for the Christmas Basket Drive. They recently received an award for being the best chapter in the national service sorority. KAPPA ROW 1: M. L. Mobley, Historian, K. Daoust, Treas.. B. Flemming, Vice-Pres., L. Human, Pres., P. Bonahoom, Rec. Sec., G. Chapp, Corr. Sec., D. Kloka, Pledge Mistress, J. Bay- singerg ROW 2,: H. Schlachter, L. G-ogoleski, D. Lukaszewski, J. Mencotti, K. Manning, BETA G. Kasmierkiawicz, L. Dorre, M. A. Cooley, ROW 3: C. Hibbeln, Parl., E. Fekete. M. Ruane, E. DeMuynck, M. A. Addy, K. Kirchner, V. Bonahoom, D. Schobloherg ROW 4: G. O'Donnell, Chap., L. Klebba, M. Noethen, S. Ranucci, N. Showiak, S. Fox, M. A. Pierce, N. Petix, J. Boudreau, V. Rashid. KAPPA BETA GAMMA is a H A national social sorority whose gf. , - T ' 1 Iii, 'f ' purpose is to promote a spirit of , , , .. A A 1 i J t ' service and fellowship among its . gg we ' A ygr, A Q " members. Besides co-sponsoring '..,,f1Q 4 W t.. be - the Tower Ball annually, the so- A 1 if . A 'R g f f- ,A ' rority participates in many other . .. ' ' f ,fa f A Z ' ' 'tx , - campus activities. For the last , cgi T' ' three years, KBG's candidate for "Ugly Man on Campus" has won. The last two years they have won the prize for the best sorority in the Homecoming Parade. KBG annually presents a scholarship key to the graduating Arts coed with the highest average. They also present a key to the Arts freshman coed with the highest average. . ,L . .,, 'sf M A , . wr . 242 ...Q Q 2. 1--1 "5 KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA is an interna- tional social fraternity, founded at U of D in 1949 by the Amvets. It is one of sixty chapters throughout the United States and Canada. In 1957, Kappa Sigma Kappa initiated the Boys, Town Fund Drive, which has become an annual event at U of D. They also sponsor an- nually the December Rhapsody. Active participation in Carnival, intramurals, and Homecoming are typical of the fra- ternity. Their pledges may be identified by their purple and gold beanies. Mem- bership is open to men in all colleges. ROW 1: C. Leichtweis, Mod., P. Delisi, Corr. Sec., P. Moroco, Vice Pres., J. Louwers, Pres., W. Stone, Treas., J. Salem, Chap., ROW 2: D. Brower, T. Campbell, F. Fodale, L. Kotek, J. Lutfyg ROW 3: G. Genter, R. Turck, I. Calandro, W. Roccos, J. Corazzol, L. Beagen, R. Miaskowskig ROW 4: M. Berry, W. Rathsburg, J. Merola., P. Christ, R. Dynes, J. Hagen, M. Scallen, D. De- Tauernier. Row 1: M. Niebauer, Sec., M. McEvoy, Pres., R. Shearer, Vice-Pres., M. Kennan, Treas., ROW 2: J. Bales, J. LaMarra, V. Condino, D. Kasza, J. Asam, Pledge Master, ROW 3: C. Rick, Historian, M. Bruce, M. Charbonneau, R. Schweinfurth, E. Shella, P. Navarro. The oldest fraternity on campus, MAGI was founded in 1916. This is a local Arts and Sciences fraternity. The twofold purpose of the fraternity is to serve the University and to promote true friendship among the members. Annually they sponsor the cam- pus recitation of the Rosary dur- ing October. Socially they spon- sor a hayride each fall and the Easter Ball in the spring. Every year they award the Magi fresh- man key and the Magi senior key. This year they received the Homecoming Booster award. 243 fl , 5 ROW 1: N. Moeller, S. J., Moderator, R. Schuler, Sentinel, E. Stasser, B. Menke, A. Heidrich, T. Laurencelle, T. Chaplow, Pelletier, Inductor, S. J., Moderator, R. Schuler, Sentinel, E. P. Alleng ROW 3: W. Brett, R. Baldwin, W. Hoover, J. Meier, A. Janies, Treas., L.. Plant, Rec. Sec., J. Colombo, Corr. Sec., I. DeMattia, W. Stacey, P. Oliver, I. Molnar, P. J. Carolin. J. Sowul, Pac. Advisor, ROW 2: D. Dole, R. DeCamillo, R. Formerly known as Alpha Gamma Upsilon and then as Zeta Omega, this organization became affiliated with PHI SIGMA KAPPA, nation- al general social fraternity in 1957. The "Phi Sigs" are very active on campus and have won many awards. Their year is begun with the annual Fall Frolic. They -have won an award for their float in the Homecoming Parade for two years in a row. The annual Blood Drive has had this fraternity for its win- ner for five years. For two years the campus has looked forward to their award winning Carnival mov- ies. Despite these many activities, they have the highest quality point ratio among the N.I.C. fraternities. 244 PHI SIGMA KAPPA ROW I: C. Coughlin, R. Alonzo, D. Liebau, S. Patterson, K. Barbourg ROW 2: R. Mayo, D. O'Neill, B. Patterson, J. Reinke, R. Kugler, R. Smetekg ROW 3: T. Burke, J. Dimmer, J. Mathys, J. Waechter, M. Canfield, R. Enosg ROW 4: D. Doherty, F. Wittick, R. Golen, B. Putlock, G. Gorcys, R. Hull, B. Doolittle. W. 'Q M . , it ml, Nh 5 1-S f S ,as 1. ,, A , A A- 'Pi Q., i 5 X 'ff' Q .. of ww Q., S ,, 'W --YQ Row I: P. Tranberg, Treas., P. Hecht, Vice-Pres., E. Holmes, Rec. Sec., Row 2: M. A. Aulette, Pres., R. Gould, Vice-Pres., T. Sznkowski, Treas., Row 2: E. Maier, Row 1: D. Cardella, Pres., G. Dunneback, Vice-Pres., M. Sheehy, Treas., B. Fedderseng PSI OMEGA PSI OMEGA, a professional dental fra- ternity, was founded at the University of Detroit in 1940. Annually Psi Omega sponsors a pre-Lenten Ball besides their fraternity dances. It also sponsors the Senior Sendoff and a Big Brother Day. Professionally it sponsors clinics, pro- fessional films, guest lectures and discus- sions in order to provide a well-rounded environment for the undergraduate dental student. Psi Omega also annually awards a scholastic achievement award and a fra- ternity achievement award. The Frater, their publication, is internationally dis- tributed. In it are included articles of professional and social interest. campus. into closer and loyalty to one they are promoting a high scholastic standard and en- couraging participation in school activities. Through planned ac- tivities they promote greater in- terest in civic and professional enterprises among themselves. ROW 1: I. Hamel, A. Mulso, Chap., W. Collins, Treas., D. Petrosky, Pres., J Nagy, Sec., P. Grieg, Ir. Grandmaster, N. Carstens, Senator, J. Oprzandek Pledge Master, ROW 2: T. Rafaill, R. Zielinski, G. Roby, R. Lokar, B. Pezzopane M. Luberto, M. Sullivan, W. Grady, G. Kirchanski, W. Cosgrove, ROW 3: C Coccia, D. Wadowski, G. Rosser, W. Kneisler, F. LeVegue, P. Jatkoe, J. Recker W. DeMattia, L. Hunt, F. Pykog ROW 4: J. Brykalski, A. Brandt, R. Weisen: burger, H. Heget, C. Kosti, T. Demas, C. Armstrong, R. Rivard, I. Dylewski K. Wysocki, R. Miriani, R. Sophiea, ROW 5: J. Fredal, L. Roehrig, L. Horne it 245 5 SIGMA DELTA SIGMA DELTA, professional science sorority, was founded at the University in 1941. Their jects include tutoring service, movies, and panel dis- Socially, they sponsor 1 Ball, a Mother- a Dad-Daugh- dance. ROW 1: Lt. Col. F. P. Dakan, Moderator, A. Buchanan, Controller, M. Iacobelli Sec., D. Milazzo, Pres., M. Joyce, Vice-Pres., M. Hupper, ROW 2: R. Jackson Historian, R. C. Lalain, T. Findlay, R. Rakecky, B. Palugi, J. Schoelch, P Messano, M. McCullough, ROW 3: T. K. Carroll, J. Trewartha, J. Sosnowski J. Stevenson, J. Sullivan, C. Arnold, F. Hayes, R. Billinghurstg ROW 4: F. McEvoyi W. Provan, P. Frendo, M. DeMattia, H. Norton, T. Engdall, R. Campbell, R Cosgrove, T. Parent. GDN 246 Pig? ROW I: N. VanBlruyssel, Treas., J. McDonald, Vice-Pres., J. Szelag, Pres., A. Lesisz, Sec., I L. O'Learyg ROW 2: C. Barthowiak, J. Appleberry, M. Slowinski, G. Hecklin, C. Herr, With the ROW 3: C. Artman, A. Fortunate, C. Stefanac, N. Linehan, M. Foster, ROW 4: K. Connolly, I. Kalvans, M. Wuest, C. Opoka, P. Gavin, U. Power, N. Pil-eri. SIGMA PHI EPSILON In 1956 Upsilon Delta Sigma, a local fraternity, became a chapter of SIGMA PHI EPSILON, national social fraternity. Each year the University's highest scoring basketball player is honored by receiving a trophy from the group. The fraternity also co-sponsors the Turkey Trot and Maytime Ball. This year they have won the Handball Trophy, Chariot Race, and their candidate was selected Homecoming Queen. The "Sig Eps" are famous for their unique entertainment at Carnival time, for year after year, these male "Rockettes" really present a hilarious show. ss? ., " 2 -Z .ggixpag V .. 3 i" X rvsiif is-.sC,'.' as 'ffm r?1':5" .r X 'f .1 wiv M,-. '2 Mir t' fzfiitw .5 Gaiqgxrsi 2 1 f - -new I " :wr ' - , . I 1, B T fs ' Z- I-I g K - t, . A . ww.. V fr if . . . 11. A ' 4 . I E K ROW 1: M. Keller, K. Nahrgang, Treas., J. Kenwell, Vice-Pres., R. MacPherson, Pres., J. Kiefer, Corr. Sec., P. Cooney, S. Morriseyg ROW 2: M. L. Schowalter, K. Brennan, R. Sheridan, S. Kaye, J. Najar, K. Slevin, P. Walker, C. Stepaniakg ROW 3: P. Hurst, P. Baldwin, L. Waldrop, D. Hahnke, M. Hause, E. Freeman, BJ Trombley, J. Reid, K. Sheeran. TAU KAPPA EPSILON The purpose of TAU KAPPA EPSILON fraternity is to promote, encourage, and sustain the intellectual and social de- velopment of the individual and collective membership in conjunction with service to the University and community. A na- tional social fraternity, "Teke" was founded at the University of Detroit in 1956. Annually they sponsor a Keep De- troit Beautiful campaign on campus. In conjunction with this they award a "Miss Keep Detroit Beautiful" trophy. Last year they won the first place fraternity award in the Easter Basket contest. In addition they sponsor the All-Campus Mixer. ROW I: R. Ronzi, Chaplain, D. Kujawa, Vice-Pres., Klatt, Pres., J. Gerardi, Sec., J. Moffitt, Pledgemaster, R. R. Martin, T. Dziurman, Sgt.-at-arms, T. Rau, J. Mc Ouelletteg ROW 3: L. Skudlarick, T. Murphy, J. Colbrooke, C. Werstine, D. Krollg ROW 4: L. SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA In an effort to develop strong womanly character and a per- petual bond of friendship SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA was established in 1953. Their special project is to raise money for the Robbie Page Memorial Fund for polio. Socially they sponsor the Foot- ball Frolic with Delta and the Party with The girls to aid the UOIIS . Skowronski, W. Little, W. Esser, L. Klatt, M. Schmitz. C3 G . I 247 M ft K. TH ETA ' x :PY fs A m e K, yi KAPPA . 1 4-Q- ROW 1: W. Powers, Rec. Sec., J. Lyons, Corr. Sec., T. Carlisi, Pres., R. Bartol, Vice-Pres., R. Novak, Treas.g ROW 2: D. Culhane, R. Robinson, L. Culhane, Athletic Chrmn., A. Aimette, R. Martin, C. McLaughlin, Editor, ROW 3: C. Meldrum, R. Fuher, J. Gam, A. Petricca., K. Beste, B. Baumgardner, Soc. Chrmn., K. Pahl, Pledge Master. TH ETA PHI ALPHA A national panhellenic Catholic sorority, Theta Phi Alpha, was founded in order to encourage a closer comradeship among Cath- olic women students. They an- nually co-sponsor the Christmas Ball, and have a Communion Breakfast and Founder's Day celebration. They had the most money-making booth at Carnival in 1958. The sorority presents the Senior Service Award to the out- standing senior of the year. A new tradition of this chapter is the choosing of "The Sweetie Pie of Theta Phi," annually, from the male population on campus. 248 5 PHI On campus since May, 1956, Theta Kappa Phi is a national social catholic fraternity. As such it has been working primarily to bring students to a closer brotherly relationship by way of promot- ing a spirit of good fellowship, and en- couraging the attainment of a high scho- lastic standing. Activity-wise it has al- ready established itself on campus by sponsoring the Autumn Mixer as well as working actively on the Spring Carni- val. Theta Kappa Phi is also the brother fraternity to Theta Phi Alpha. ROW I: J. Parks, M. Mercier, H. Lawrence, R. Greiner, Pledge Mistress, J. Martz, Rec. Sec., K. Richard, Vice-Pres., V. Sweeney, Pres., A. Palmer, Treas., J. Tomassini, Corr. Sec., G. Sumella, Hist., M. E. Reesg ROW 2: D. Oprzandek, K. Hill, K. Tomson,- J. Corteggiano, N. Hogan, M. E. Collins, B. Schumacher, J. Madda, M. Buckalew, S. Hardwick, D. Apap. D. Wheeler, M. E. Raleigh, ROW 3: M. A. Lyons, K. Drolet, S. Agusti, S. Kennary, M. McDonald, Fran Hayes, S. Gardiner, S. Yowell, M. A. Bertemes, S. Burke, C. Slobowski, J. Wilde, M. A. Goetz, ROW 4: J. Fellrath, D. McGeogh, J. Drolet, J. Byrne, J. Drogosch, K. Schloff, B. Whiting, J. Woodbeck, N. Hentschel, E. Shannon, J. Ehlendt, J. Latowski. :vw f a vgail . .fgszlgg .1 1 ,xl lngf N .., , ,G ,, - . , N 1 5 QW .' It 5 J Q 'S - .f ., f ,Q ,., fi" fs . f . . - . X Y 3, -L "Q: if , 4' 'va . , 2 - f ' U . H L f rf W . f M '. ., -A 7 ,, , 1 , ' 1. .Q 1 A . .f- 5 5 v TI, U v 5 tr , W V , . ,. w 9 K i ' M F' . . t Q ' g , l 5 . f .-. f V 4 6 x ' 1 ' W . , ' W.. I 2 1 0 , L J L K v D! 3 A 1 ' Q' N ' T -0 Nl 1 , l 5, , 1 X ' 3 1 , . 1 . if A I ! y 1, . I. I lil an kb ' I 1 1 I Mli TUYERE A fraternity most active in all the phases of campus life is TUYERE, the local engineering social fraternity on campus since 1918. Since its purpose is 'spro- moting good fellowship and high scholas- tic standing," as established in its Pre- amble, T uyere presents an annual award to the outstanding engineering senior on the basis of cooperation, student activity and personality. Socially, Tuyere co- sponsors the Christmas Ball with Theta Phi Alpha and this fall it also initiated a Roller Skating Party during Orientation Week with Delta Zeta sorority. Other well-supported activities include a Home- coming queen candidate, Homecoming float, and a carnival booth each year at the Spring carnival. 'x,f ROW I: L. Memering, Pledge Master, R. Murphy, Trc-5siPRANeidhart, Grand Master, R. Bayma, Sec., R. Williams, Exec. Grand Master, ROW 2: W. R. Kaminski, P. Basso, W. Dematteis, J. Schenk, C. Fleckensteing ROW 3: L. Vaillancourt, I. Mullen, J. O'Hagan, D. McIntosh, R. Jungwirth, R. Simoneau. ROW I: J. Lepak, V. Matalon, Scribe, L. Held, Pres., H. Sellars, Vice-Pres., R. Marion, Sec., D. Szwejkowski, Treas., C. McKinley, Parl.3 ROW 2: H. Gesell, R. Mayotte. J. McCutchan, R. Olson, J. Bigalki, M. Petrous, R. McGinty, R. Malone, ROW 3: E. Paslawsky, T. Cook, D. Monsma, S. Hendricks, V. Konczal, L. Lark, R. Maunz, M. Frankog ROW 4: M. Piccini, R. Reck, P. Rentschler, C. Madion, W. Harr, R. Sampson, C. Reece, GQ: Hayek, I. Hoey, R. Davidson. y PHI 5 1 One of the newest organizations on campus is XI PSI PHI. This national dental professional fra- ternitypwas founded on the Uni- versityi of Detroit canrpus in 1957. The purpose of the fra- ternity ,is to further the aims of dentistry and fellowship among dentists. Although Xi Psi Phi is still al young organization on campus it is already an active participant in many projects. It conducts clinics on new and old dental 1 techniques and partici- pates in the dental schooll Christ- mas party. 9 A l 5 l 249 W 1 I 'Honorary 1.5 , I l I ocieties Individual Students Gain Honorary Keys As Symbols ot a Degree of Renown Attained through Scholastic Efforts Swmsm J' ROW I: J. Walker, Treas., J. McGlynn, Vice-Pres., H. Scullen, Pres., L. Fleischmann, Sec., ROW 2: P. Basso, P. Austin, F. Chutg ROW 3: J. DeMattia, K. Capstick, A. Yanik, J. Robertson, E. F. Len. KEY BLUE KEY, a national honor society, recognizes as important the ability of a student to excel not only scholastically, but also to lead and participate in co- curricular activities. With this purpose in mind, Blue Key annually appoints to membership those male students of junior or senior standing, who have excelled both scholastically and activity-wise. Members of the group annually present President's Night Dinner, at which Father Steiner, as president of the University, and presidents of the numerous campus organizations are honored. This year, the University of Detroit chapter of Blue Key acted as hosts for their national con- vention from December 28 through De- cember 30, held downtown at the Statler Hilton. ALPHA SIGMA NU ALPHA SIGMA NU, a national Jesuit honorary fraternity, was organized on the University of Detroit campus in 1924. Fifteen male members of the junior class are appointed anually to mem- bership in this society. The stu- dent who attains the highest scholastic average throughout four college years is awarded the yearly Alpha Sigma Nu key. The Alpha S i g m a Nu Christian Achievement award is presented anually to the organization which has rendered the greatest service to the University, while its mem- bership has maintained a high scholastic average. ROW 1: I. Bowker, Vice-Pres., J. Clement, Pres., F. Campolo, Sec.-Treas.g ROW 2: D. Rosso, Alum. Sec., F. Atzberger, P. Austin, T. Dinan, Corr. Sec. l 251 la -i. , wie. ' Kaz' I .M-an 9 .am was ROW I: R. Peters, Sec., R. Smetanka, Vice-Pres., D. Hauswirth, Pres., I. White, Treas., F. Waldo, Marshall, ROW 2: B. Hart, G. Platz, R. Belprez, T. Waffen, E. Daniel, M. Simon. KAPPA NU The Beta Sigma Chapter of ETA KAPPA NU was established on the U of D campus in 1947, with the lofty purpose of assisting its members to become better men in their profession and to be- come better citizens. They spon- sor an Engineering Breakfast each year, and, as a national electrical engineering honor fra- ternity, award an engineering handbook to the junior electrical engineer with the highest scholas- tic average for his first two years. 252 CHI EPSILON CHI EPSILON, a national civil engineer- ing honorary fraternity, considers the four traits-scholarship, character, practi- cality, and sociability-as distinguishing marks of the successful, well-rounded en- gineer. In order to promote this ideal, they present annually at the Slide Rule Dinner a Civil Engineering Handbook to that civil engineer who best exemplifies their idea of the perfect engineer. Mem- bership is open to those civil engineers who are in the upper half of their class scholastically and have distinguished themselves in leadership. Chi Epsilon par- ticipates yearly in Carnival, co-operates in the presentation of the Slide Rule Dinner, and sponsors an Engineering Communion Breakfast each year. ROW 1: Prof. Ahlquist, Dept. Head, R. Brandewie, Corr. Sec., T. Gruber, Bridge Corr., E. Hetrick, Pres., T. Sullivan, Vice-Pres.: ROW 2: W. Dauerer, A. Aimette, B. McManus, Rec. Sec., ROW 3: G. Huey, Treas., J. Balicki, T. Kosco, J. Buyan, F. Remskig ROW 4: J. Annick, R. Bayman, T. Hoban, R. Parker, T. Brook, R. Wasta, D. Hicke. lflfni t- il' 1 i - GAMMA PI EPSILCN was Ki? GAMMA PI EPSILON is a national Jesuit honor society for women. It was established to honor women students who have distinguished themselves in scholar- ship, loyalty, and service to the university. The purpose of the sorority is to promote the various activities of the university and bands together its members and the alumni who have most fully realized and exemplified the ideals of a Jesuit educa- tion. An award is given each year by the honor society to an outstanding Sopho- more student who, in the opinion of the sorority members, best fulfills the pur- poses of the group. """'f Treas., L. Filarski, G. Sumella, F. Dunbar. ROW 1: M. L. Monacelli, Vice-Pres., P. Sehee, Pres., C. Hoffman, Sec.-Treas.g ROW 2: R. McGinnis, F. Rizzo, H. Byle, T. Topping ROW 3: S. Gerhardstein, F. Dunbar, L. Klebba, S. Sautter, M.A. Puzio. 85' 'GSW' Seated: S. Gerhardstein, Vice-Pres., K. Schloff, Pres., Standing: M. Schultz, Sec LAMBDA IOTA TAU LAMBDA IOTA TAU is tional literary honor which was established on University of Detroit 1954. The aim of this to promote an interest in study and pursuit of every of literature and its relate This group presents groups and bull sessions are of cultural interest to al lege students. In addition to activities they try to more active participation school publications. d Pl KAPPA DELTA PI KAPPA DELTA, national honorary f o r e n s i c society, founded at U ofD in 1933, co- sponsors a n n u a l l y with the Speech Club the Skinner Debate, In connection with this they are co-donors of the Skinner Debate Medal. In addition they put on speech exhibitions before the stu- dents. This year they received the Pi Kappa Delta Regional Debate championship. They also received the sweepstakes trophy at the regional convention. ROW 1: M. Schultz, Pres., P. Dolan, Vice-Pres.. Carlson, Sec., E. Slongo, Treas. 'JIT' J-N i X ROW I: J. Miller, Pres., Mr. Rudick, Moderator, T. Stock, ROW 2: Mr. Schneidewind, J. Cubitt, P. Monahan, Mr. Usher. fl ROW 2: M. Mason, Hist., M. Q... 254 V . ,.... , wif S' Q S PI CJMEGA Pl PI OMEGA PI was established at the University of Detroit as a national honorary fraternity of business educa- tion in June of the year 1957. Its spon- sorship of a program for the awarding of certificates to two-year graduates, as well as its award for the Business Teacher of the Year accentuate the purposes of Pi Omega Pi as an honorary fraternity, to create, to encourage interest in, and to promote scholarship in Business Educa- tion among the undergraduate students, and thus, to firmly establish itself on campus. , A ft i C17 5 ,. Maggio, L. Memering, D. Rosso, ROW 3: R. Uloth, R. ROW 1: K. Drellishak, Treas.g P. Austin, P. Basso, Vice-Pres., Simoneau, R. Baldwin, M. Duornak, G. Devere, W. Spehn, A. R. Vargovick, Pres., T. Sullivan, Rec. Sec., R. Holbrook, Corr. Schaller. Sec., ROW 2: L. Kennedy, L. Ybarrondo, L. O'Dell, B. Di- SECTION A SECTION B PI TAU SIGMA Row I: K. Drellishak, Treas., R. Vargovick, Pres., P. Basso, Vice-Pres.: Row 2: D. L. Row I: I. DeClairac S. J. O. Gazmararian Vice-Pres. F. ChinCho Treas 5 9 7 7 y! '7 Dwyer, Rec. Sec., I.. Vaillancourt, Vice-Pres., J. Bowker, Treas.g Row 2: J. Metherell, R. Michalakg ROW 3: R. L. DeWitt, P. Schrantz, M. Zydowicz, V. A. Fedor. W? if An active national honorary mechanical engineering frater- nity, PI TAU SIGMA strives mainly to foster the high ideals of the engineering profession, and to establish a closer bond of fellowship among outstanding contributors to the profession of mechanical engineering. To carry out these aims, the fraternity sponsors slide-rule classes and a Student-Loan fund. A student handbook award is presented each year to that sophomore en- gineering student maintaining the highest scholastic average. This past year the National Conven- tion was held at U of D. Activi- ties include participation in the Spring Carnival, the Slide-Rule dinner, and publication of the Engineering News. 255 ,f""1f. 5. Qxwffvl ROW 1.' T. Campbell, Historian, B. Bellg, Pres., C. E. Schrader, S. J., R. Shearer, Vice-Pres., L. Filarski, Sec.-Treas.g ROW 2: A. F. Kuhn, S. I., L. Rebar, T Uriarte, J. Mooney, K. Daoust, H. Muller, S. J. PSI CHI PSI CHI is a national honor society in psychology which aims to advance the science of psy- chology and to encourage, stimu- late, and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all fields, but particularly in psy- chology. 'In the past they have presented an award to the writer of,the best term paper in psy- chology. This year an award was given to the senior psychology major scoring highest on the Graduate Record Examination in his major subject. Membership in this organization is by invitation. 256 W P H I ALPHA THETA PHI ALPHA THETA appeared on the University of Detroit campus in March, 1958. It is a' national honor society in history. Members must show interest and excellence in the field of history by hav- ing completed at least twelve hours with better than a B average. The purpose of Phi Alpha Theta is to promote and recognize excellence in the study of his- tory. Although Phi Alpha Theta is a new organization on campus they already award an annual scholarship key. ROW 1: P. Tener, L. Gratson, Vice--Pres.g ROW 2: J. M. Nardi, E. T. Gorcyca, R. O'Neil, L. Conley, Pres. 1557 l f W1 I A fl is - .AQMXKA ROW 1: E. Dorko, Treas., G. Devere, Vice-Pres., D. Hicke, Pres., J. Buyan, Rec. Sec.g ROW 2: D. Hauswirth, P. Austin, F. Gusinde, W. Daverer, R. Bayma, Corr. SECTION A SECTION B ,X Sec.g ROW 3: T. Vethacke, F. Wafdo, Gifi1.ederleTP. McKee, I. Balicki, P. Basso, E. Hetifick. TAU BETA PI ROW I: K. Drellishak, L. Kennedy, T. Hoban, A. Heidrich, R. Schuler, J. Neyer, ROW 2: J. Falf, R. Kennedy, R. Vargovick, J. Gibson, T. Waffen, S. J. Angelino, R. Belprez, T R. L. DeWitt, ROW 3: B. Endres, J. Neidhart, R. Brandewie, M. Simon, V. Fedor, E. Daniel, P. Schrantz, J. Nance. l. L A .Annan TAU BETA PI,la national hon-i orary engineering society, is de- signed to mark im a fitting man-i ner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and character as undergraduates in engineering, or by their attain4 ments as alumni in the field of engineering, and ,to foster a spirit of liberal cultureiin the engineer- ing colleges of America. In school activities they conduct faculty rating polls 'forithe engineering college, and sponsor bulletin boards for engineering organizaq tions. At the Slide Rule Dinne the organizationipresents an en gineering handbook to the sophoe more who has aitained the high- est average duri g his freshman year, and a slide rule to the junior with the highest average. l 257i l i I I' . . lOrgonizcitions '-I 1 ll ll rl U Protessionol Groups Il - Athletic, Service, I - Acodemic, Dromotic ". . . I Art Orgonizotions I ll Represent Outside Compus Interests The AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS was founded at the University of Detroit in 1936, and its membership is open to all chemical engineers. It is the student division of the national professional organization which seeks to promote all aspects of chemical engineering by prov-iding talks and discussions on pertinent subjects to supplement class work. Members of AlChE attend their regional convention each year, sponsor a spring banquet, and attend movies and speeches in the field of chemical engineering. This group an- nually presents an award to the out- standing junior chemical engineer, and the outstanding senior member receives the Dr. Duncombe award. All senior Row 1.- T. Reynolds, sec., J. Neidhart, Pres., F. DiCeglie, Vice-Pres., J. Nance, members are eligible to eemPete fer ROW 2: R. Kieffer, D. Marion, T. Gormley, L. Plant, ROW 3: F. Rizzo, J. Ball, mfmetary awards in 3 flatiomwide fmntest C. Hee, R. Martin, M. Dowling. sponsored by the Institute. SECTION A AMERICAN INSTITUTE 0F CHEMICAL ENGINEERS SECTION B ROW I: J. L. Crooks, G. A. Sullivan, W. S. Piontek, Rec. Sec., M. E. Berry, S. J. Angelino, J. Schlant, G. M. Lederle. J. F. Neidhart, Pres., J. P. Cross, ROW 2: R. J. Clancy, R. E. J. J. Clement, J. J. Polikaitis. Schuler, R. L. Gall, A. Heidrich, R. Kazmierczak, ROW 3: ki AFROTC RIFLE TEAM The AIR FORCE ROTC RIFLE TEAM was founded at the University of Detroit in 1952 to stimulate interest in the AFROTC program and to enable the members to become expert in the prin- ciples of marksmanship. The organiza- tion offers a Field Day Trophy, and ex- tends the Morgan E. Jackson award for the highest composite score and an award for the highest standing score of the year. "S", 1""""' ROW I:'P. Sauppe, Treas., T. Husband, Capt., R. Stewart, Co-Capt., R. Draves, Coach, ROW 2: R. Pordon, Assist. Sec., R. Pavlik, M.. Davison, ROW 3: R. Mason, J. Seavitt, T. Kennedy, E. A. Foley, J. Grant. ROW 1: R. Ahlquist, Moderator, W. Dauerer, T. Kosco, IRE Corr. Sec., R. Bayma, AIEE Corr. Sec., J. Annick, Chrmn., J. Yost, Vice Chrmn., W. Powers, A, I, E, E, ' L R,E, Treas., E. Valera, Rec. Sec., J. Buyang ROW 2: T. Strong, D. McIntosh, D. Day Remski, A. Finn, L. Culhaneg ROW 3: J. Balicki, L. Vaillancourt, L. DeFrain J. Long, R. Worpell, A. Aimette, W. Dematteis, G. Osterman, E. Hetrick, Fi A J. Dobroski, J. Lewis, T. Hoban, R. Koenig, B. McManus, G. Huey, D. Mariotti R. Kroll, T. Hayoshg ROW 4: D. Hicke, T. Kurt, P. Cote, T. Gruber, D. Regan, R. Parker, R. Leonard, T. Brook, A. Bertolino, R. Wasta, G. F. O'Callaghan, R. Kaiser. 53 '3 260 itll! I The AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS and the INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS are united to give the electrical engineer- ing students a view of the practical side of electrical engineering and electronics and also to f . I m i" lt l lIS Q fif3,f -.', if among electrica -engineering They sponsor a Paper :Conf6St,,E University Me 1 1 -I ' i' - ' f' t9i5327?lii'i-fi. Slide Rule Dinner and in a television series in conjunction with the Engineering Student Council. The AIEE presents a certificate award based on activities to the outstanding senior. The IRE awards a certificate and a year's free member- ship to an electrical engineering senior member. l4 ROW 1 R Kennedy, T. Mellenger, E. Horbett, M. Kakalec, T Kelly L Caparoni, J. P. Thornton, ROW 2: R. Myers, L Kovacs W J Heter, R. W. Thomas, J. R. Miller, D. McCue G Gutch D. F. Phillips, ROW 3: N. Braune, R. Popeck F Fahey J. Mellenger, I. Falk, J. Loughran, J. Landoll, A. Frankovsky, D. W. Bouvierg ROW 4: D. Wahl E. Foley, R. L. Slitti, G. M. Gilkey, P. Prozeller, D. M Brandewie, T. W. Barrett, R. D. Curtin, A. DiGiorgi0, B O'Connor. A.I.EE. - I.R.E SECTION B ROW 1: P. Toole, Rec. Sec., P. J. Gibson, Chrmn. M. Swiontek, Vice Chrmn., R. Anerson, Corr. Sec. P. Chiodo, AIEE Sec., E. Kramb, Treas., R. W Ahlquist, Counselor, ROW 2: A. Minciotti, W. Wag ner, G. Morary, D. Marsh, T. Sullivan, R. Reardon, A. Kubicz, R. Williams, ROW 3: J. Russo, R. Porcelli J. Halpin, H. Hoegeman, A. Ghilani, B. Kaiser, R Fatka, R. Hilowg ROW 4: J. Powers, A. Powshok J. Kessing, R. Brandewie, J. MacHarg, R. Homiak J. Bilvydis, D. Gasvoda, R. Berg. rl 0 261 3-' ct ROW 1: D. Hauswirth, G. Dorcey, P. Stewart, M. Grazioli, Neyer, J. Donnelly, T. Ruwartg ROW 4: K. Hoffman, B. Hart, P. Hillary. W. For-ching ROW 2: J. Paul, G. Schultz, P. R. Zettell, K. Kramer, L. Kolakowski, J. White, P. Cahill, G. Scheel, R. Master, J. Shafer, F. Chin-choy, R. Bockheimg Reynolds, J. W. Watson. ROW 3: D. Grylicki, R. Kubit, R. Smetanka, G. Platz, J. jl SECTION A AMERICAN SOCIETY ,F CIVIL ENGINEERS 'Tl 96 2 SECTION B as O gg' ROW 1: D. Clark, Vice-Pres., E. Daniel, Pres., W. Mc Aleer, Sec., W. Hazell, Treas.g '23 f ROW 2: R. Peters, C. Dudek, F. Waldo, F. Gusinde, R. Belprezg ROW 3: J. Brooks, all E. Simon, P. Murphy, T. Tamblyn, W. Karam, C. Ruhlin, J. Leonard. Q0' a p t e r of the SOCIETY OF INEERS was estab- the University of De- to promote a pro- attitude among civil en- students. Its chief proj- this year include a dinner meeting for the Michigan Section of the ASCE and a regional con- ference for civil engineering stu- dents. In addition to monthly meetings and attendance at local section meetings and national conventions, the ASCE produces two television shows, a Carnival booth and participates in the Slide Rule Dinner. 262 . , 1, has g 'af' ' -I Rf .Q .. ,Z V: I Q , . A . .. .I M. is-,I ROW 1: M. Stewart, M. I. Bourke, Pres., A. Kleinert, Treas., R. Merlino, Sec., ROW 2: A. Pavelites, C. Horen, S. Shannon, S. Stewart, D. Hahnke, M. Buckalew. AMERICAN RED CROSS BOARD At the University of Detroit, the AMERICAN R E D CROSS BOARD is the representative of the inter-collegiate Red Cross. Comprised entirely of students, it assists in carrying out various volunteer activities. V i si t i n g homes for the aged, Northville Sanitarium, and other institutions are among its many worthy proj- ects. In March, the Board con- ducts a fund drive, the proceeds of which are sent to the Detroit Red Cross Chapter. On campus, the Board has extended its serv- ices to various organizations and groups, aiding them in obtaining their individual objectives. I 3 327 30 US S -V 'V q o ' I. 1 o "'l7 '4 0 E' P 3 41 3 Y J '7 v' A ROW I: J. Teresko, L. Memering, Vice-Pres., C. Walberer, Pres., R. Simoneau, Sec.-Treas. ROW 2: G. Dorcey, W. Cross, D. Moore, P. VanCureng ROW 3: J. Haubert, S. Haydock T. Guzanek, T. Conway, R. Bialekg ROW 4: R. Dolesh, W. James, D. Byrnes, L. O'Dell D. R. Pease, I. A. Storace. 9 9 A.S.H.A.E The AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING AND AIR CON- DITIONING ENGINEERS, na- tional professional organization, was founded at the University of Detroit in 1949. Its members are united to exchange ideas and in- terests in their field, to obtain an insight into the activities of a national professional engineering society, and to increase their understanding of the problems of air conditioning and related in- dustries. The A.S.H.A.E. is an e X c e 1 l e n t supplement to the mechanical engineering students' classroom work as the organiza- tion provides field trips and cur- rent literature. 263 ANGEL FLIGHT GY? The purpose of ANGEL FLIGHT is to acquaint the coed with current and world affairs by lectures and other public func- tions, to give her poise and self confidence in a group and as an individual. Projects include the annual Blood Drive and the Field Day. Socially, they help with the Military Ball and sponsor a wel- coming tea and lectures. They also work on Carnival. In 1958 they were awarded a trophy for having the highest points as a military group on campus. Shain, C. Hicke, S. Moreeuw. ROW 1: B. Lorentz, Adj. Recorder, J. Schrader, Commander, M. B. Foster, Ex. Officer, N. Gerardi, ISO Officerg ROW 2: J. Oust, B. Alcini, K. Schloffg ROW 3: B. Trombly, R AMERICAN SOCIETY ROW 1: D. DiCicco, T. Brady, T. Sommerfeldt, Sec. B Sec.-Treas., C. Szczotka, R. Michalak, P. Zaleskig ROW 2: J. Getz, S. Haydock, M. Pluta, J. Srnecz, T. Carlisi, R. Winiarskig ROW 3: T. Murray, L. Musinski, P. Christ, F. Cadek, V Fedor, J. Wessels, P. Schrantz, A. Rymiszewski. 264 SECTION B The University of Detroit student branch of the AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS strives toward the advancement and dissemina- tion of knowledge of the theory and pracg tice of mechanical engineering, the entation of as proper perspective and gmeering work and the professional awareness the society. f undergraduates in mechanical engineer- ing presents the Charles T. Main Award to the engineer with the highest average during his sophomore year. The ASME also participates in school activities, such as Carnival and the engineering television series. ROW I: G. Kurajian, Moderator, C. Walberer, R. Simoneau, J. R. Barrett, R. Martin, J. Haubert, R. Bialek, T. Guzanek, Sec.-Treas., G. Dorcey, Pres., J. A. Storace, Vice-Pres., J. Pease, J. Scheckg ROW 2: L. Kennedy, T. Lorenz, W. Mog, T. Conway, D. Brown, L. Memeringg ROW 4: L.. Olbrys, N. V. Wiatr, R. Baldwin, W. James, D. R. Pease, J. W. Vorobel P. Fedorko, H. Sherwin, D. Moore, P. VanCureng ROW 3: D. Gannon, W. Lion, G. Nies. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS J ROW 1: L. Calvisi, C. Freville, W. Kaminski, R. I Bacigalupi, J. Teresko, R. Doleshg ROW 2: M. Hud- son, R. Bucci, S. DiMaggio, J. Heintzel, J. Uicker, D. Rosso, D. Dahlkamperg ROW 3: T. Prevost, W. SECTION A Herbert, L. O'Dell, W. Cross, T. Cross, R. Reinke J. Pepersack, J. Kilbaneg ROW 4: D. Falotico, M O'Grady, D. Byrnes, V. Memenas, M. Kastner, M Ginnetti, R. Murphy, P. Soltis, L. Bindseil, R. Lawton v I u I P I 5 I E I f i 1. .. mmm If If 265 I 1 L-f p ROW I: F. Rizzo, Controller, L. Olbrys, Publicity, R. Stewart, Commander, D. Merucci, Sec.g ROW 2: P. Austin, R. Wroblewskig ROW 3: P. Paquette, L. Musinski, P. Sauppe, G. Paquette, C. Itzoe, M. Lynch. W. Arnoldg ROW 4: J. Przygocki, R. Damaske, R. Stevens, P. Sullivan, W. Boyke, G. Gorcys, J. Kondalski. ARCHDIOCESAN COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC YOUTH The ARCHDIOCESAN COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC YOUTH is the co- ordinating body for the activities of all the Catholic youth groups in the Archdiocese of Detroit. Its work is done on an Archdiocesan level and is directly responsible to the Arch- bishop's office. Some of its activities include publicizing Catholic Youth Week and sponsoring the Youth Holy Hour. 266 Q7 ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY A national honor society for advanced Air Force ROTC cadets, the ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY strives to further the purpose, mission, tradition, and concept of the United States Air Force as a means of national security. It creates a closer relationship within the Air Reserve Officer Training Corps. The annual Nhli- tary Ball is an important project of the Society. The blood drive each year and the Society dinner dance round out its activities. The distinguished service award is granted to the member who contributes most to the Society. M. McEvoy, U of D Rep., K. Schloff, U of D Rep., T. Locricchio, Arch- diocesan Pres., D. Doherty, Archdiocesan Vice-Pres. 5" I lit f .4 Q Pm L ' ,si ASSOCIATION OF THE U. S. ARMY The ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY was organized on the University of Detroit campus in 1956. Its purpose is to contribute its full re- sources and capabilities to advancing the security of the United States. They per- form a service to the school by spon- soring professional tours. Socially they have a dinner dance each year at which they present an A.U.S.A. award. . ROW 1: B. Raczkowski, R. Mac Pherson, Capt., J. Czopkog ROW 2: P. Colbrooke O , ROW 1: R. Green, B. Wyllie, Sec., T. Campbell, Pres., T. Murphy, Program Chairman, Capt. F. Brashear, Moderator, ROW 2: R. Marsh, R. Fulford, V. Vasiulis, K. Bojan, D. Youngblood, L. Plant, M. Matuszakg ROW 3: R. Baldwin, A. J. Erickson, W. Biscomb, R. Bublys, J. Kane, J. Uicker, C. Hee, J. Sailer. V. Murray, F. Waldo, Co-Capt., D. Heatherson, M. Canfield. , C H E E R L E A D E R S The CHEERLEADERS, a campus organization since 1935, were founded to promote school spirit and good sportsmanship. This year they were aided by the Booster Club in leading spectator participation. Its members lead the University of Detroit's cheer- ing section at all football and basket- ball games. This includes all student trips also. They too participate in the Homecoming Parade, the Carnival Parade and in all Pep Rallies. 267 i 6 ' ' 1 CHEMISTRY CLUB I The University of Detroit CHEMISTRY CLUB was organ- l ized on campus in 1933. Its purpose is to promote scientific interest among underclassmen in the field of chemistry. The mem- bers of this organization attend meetings, lectures, and films per- taining to their field. Beginning neprt .year the ggFAather Shiple ,, i:2:iilii7 f 1 to a '. ' 1' J 1-fi A . . 6 gp , if 4 .' 'EQWI -ik.,-"Qi B- TY! EE' flex- bf ' -f 'ECT A 'i" ?i"32,f'i"I:K',, or aaa f ,iw if fr ,gf ig. 77,1 x r .g f,v4 .ing it: -A. ,, ez. . ar W- . . ',,, ,I ' " ' . Q' at-' I f 'li 'Q' A '-'ai , 1 Y .- is . . r "Y" , J 55" ?,,Z'f .14 i 1- ' .5 ', " 6. 1' I at 1 ef., if it an xi" 'naval . M Wiz' X ,Q E .1 E Q 4 ROW I: C. Bartkowiak, M. Rousso, Treas.. R. Cech, Pres., B. Raczkowski, Sec., R. Maegerlein, Vice-Pres.g ROW 2: E. Tasky, B. Morvay, J. Appleberry, G. Hecklin, D. Jones, R. Bruniger. ROW I: D. Burke, Treas., T. Rau, Pres., K. Kramer, Vice-Pres., P. J. Sullivan, Sec., ROW 2: W. Byrne, J. Knight, A. Burke, J. Arnold, ROW 3: P. King, W. Carroll, E. Kelly, W. Martin, D. McAuliffe, J. Kerrigan. 268 CLUB The relatively new CHICAGO CLUB has as its purpose to encourage Chicago area students to atte'nd U of D, to give needed assistance to any university stu- dent from the Chicago area, and to pro- mote a common medium by which university students may keep in closer contact. The Chicago Club sponsors parties, dances, and other social functions in Chicago over recesses and during sum- mer vacation. Detroit is included in their social calendar by means of hayrides, dances, and Homecoming. This year is the first year they will participate in Carnival. K Z t is fi' .kwa X I .,'. . 5 3 V ' D' 3 ' lt? , -dr It new ec. V' ' N., ,fag was wi I As. 3 5 n ' Q V f X 'xi N- . ,W .. A s .,.. Q Q- . A 2, V Q in . U. x A ' . , N aw K . c W, 5 Qs. - if g. is . M R V. .' , II ' .Mg . 4 A 4 ' X 5 5 fe he fi. .,A, "' ,K -. ,,,. ' A . ie . 1. 'sr .s A - ' ik 215.1 ' ' -. "J is ' X . ' Q Y Wu? I , A G? . my W 'fr " 9 - - Rm Y: Y T g l 1 7 ? Q fi? ral? gs f 3 ' fr-gi A 3 . Q K R. ' La ff. A A . A A K- f- ft A B n ROW I.' M. A. DeCorte, B. Baitinger, L. Schang, C. Daigue, M. A. Gustafson, J. Richart, G. Buhl, A. Higgins, G. Rakow- N. J. Bikos, P. Claramuntg ROW 2.- J. McGillis, Pub. Chrmn., Ski: ROW 4: M. M. Mueller. C. Mallet. P. Benson, J. Schrader, J. Bond, M. Shea, J. Regenold, Accompanist, B. Ristow, J. J. Byrne, S. Hardwick, A. Bilicki, I. Berhman. Sanak, C. Pianag ROW 3: J. Dettloff, E. Czarnota, J. LeComte, CHORUS The University of Detroit CHORUS in six years has be- come the harbinger of U of D's good will at non-university func- tions. The Chorus performs on television shows and at various charity shows. The school agenda includes a Christmas concert, student concert, the spring dinner dance, and participation in Car- nival. The organization enters the Christmas Basket Contest, and last year it was the proud recipient of first prize. ROW I: R. Kirsammer, Pres., D. Curtin, Treas., D. Large, Director, P. Felter, Sec., J. Byrnes, Vice-Pres., ROW 2: E. Pelletier, J. LaBond, A. Bush, M. Taylor, T. Murphy, W. Schaferg ROW 3: M. Cavanaugh, J. Crowley, D. Groesbeck, Bus. Mgr., T. Kurt, J. Conderg ROW 4: J. Gleeson, T. Olender, E. Kolibar, P. Cote, D. Sabbe, P. J. Carolin. ix., 1- 269 CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE Members of the CONFRATER- NITY OF CHRISTIAN DOC- TRINE give up their time that others may learn the basic prin- ciples of the Catholic faith. They work primarily with youths re- tained at the Juvenile Detention Home. Since the organization was founded on campus in 1956 it has grown considerably in size as others became interested in this rewarding work. During the past year, the CCD initiated a series of lectures dealing with the various aspects of youth. ROW I A Dragoni W Kubicz Pres V Vasiulis C Lenz MfSgt ROW 2 ROW I: T. Uriarte, A. Palmer, Vice-Pres., D. Gumbleton, Pres., N. O'Connor, Treas., I. Garn, Sec., L. Pasivakg ROW 2: G. Kaminskas, T. Szeles, A. Kasnik, B. Lorentz, M. A. Ulbrich, T. Leylandg ROW 3: D. Kramp, T. Vaughan, V. Sweeney, C. Hicke, M. Golden., D. Caton, M. Lo Cicerog ROW 4: J. Guinan, C. Rutkowski, M. A. Stanley. R. Martin, R. Thibeault, R. Jaminet, T. Stock, I. Bowker. A. Chapman, G. Molteni, N. Rupp, Rayg ROW R. Marwin, Youngl blood, W. Brisbois, W. Buttermore, C. Stone, A. Loteg ROW 4: W. Scholtz. I. Serdenis. A. Basile, W. Biscomb, R. Kugler, Capt., J. Kane, Vice-Pres. 270 The UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT FLINTLOCKS, a newer organization on campus, as well as being incorporated into the fraternity Zeta Lambda has been working since 1956 with good re- sults in order to perfect rifle marksman- ship, to promote a more active interest in the R.O.T.C., and to maintain the University standards. The fulfillment of these goals is further enabled by rifle meets held throughout the year and rounded out by an annual dinner dance as well as various other activities. no ROW 1: E. A. Szczepaniak, Moderator, C. Johnson, P. Austin, Seavitt, H. Roth, A. Kaupert, A. Urban, T. Sullivan, W. T. Kennedy, Treas., R. Uloth, Chrmn., M. Dvornak, Rec. Biter, E. Ford, ROW 4: M. Kastner, J. Jordan, D. Calkins, Sec., M. Davison, T. Czubag ROW 2: R. Bacigalupi, R. R. Barnes, A. Milton, C. Meldrum, D. Krubovage, J. Miniatas, Robinson, W. Lion, J. Benefiel, T. Bajer, D. Nigro, J. Elliott, R. Mason, R. Seidt, R. Palmer, H. Bertrand, E. Rooney, J. R. Hoeflinger, J. Rasinski, R. Pavlik, C. Frevilleg ROW 3: Burke, R. Bacher. J. Weber, J. Peoples, J. Laskey, M. Dougherty, J. Nestor, J. INSTITU TE OF AERONAUTICAL SCIENCES ROW I: V. Kulwicki, R. Vargovick, Vice-Chrmn., D. Metherell, Corr. Sec., S. Marciniecg ROW 2: J. Francis, L. Renuartg ROW 3: K. Drellishak, C. Schmitt, E. Paul, R. DeWitt, ROW 4: J. Kaczorowski, W. Bauer, F. Campolo, F. Meyo, R. Dow. SECTIONS A AND B The INSTITUTE OF AERO- NAUTICAL SCIENCES is a professional aeronautical engi- neering society. Films and speak- ers are presented at bi-monthly meetings. The Institute partici- pates in the engineering tele- vision series and Carnival. The student branch Scholastic Award is presented to the engineer who has attained the best scholastic record during his pre-senior and senior years. This society also gives a Continental Design Award, and a Paper Presentation Award given to the graduate pre- paring and presenting the best lecture at a regular student branch meeting. 271 1 0 0 fs ROW I: T. O'Keefe, J. Duckett, B. Blackburn, Vice-Pres., E. Broussard. Sec., F. Rizzo, Pres., D. Walton, Treas., T. Uriarte. Fr. Loveley, Moderator, ROW 2: S. Thomas, R. Sumakitis, J. Glynn, L. Rebar, T. Vaughan, H. Childress. F. Chin-Choy, L. Gardner. BOWLING LEAGUE The INTER-FRATERNITY BOWLING L E A G U E was founded in 1954 on the Univer- sity of Detroit campus. Its aim is to promote friendship and a com- petitive spirit among the various organizations on campus. At the present time there are teams competing for the championship. This league is directly affiliated with the University's intramural system. Any points a team may get from a championship are used in determining the intramural sports championship. The league culminates its active year with a Bowling Banquet where trophies are given to the winning indivi- duals and teams. 272 HUMAN RELATICNS CLUB The promotion of good human relations by eliminating minority group prejudices is the goal of the HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB. They do this mainly by talking to high school classes and adult groups in connection with the Catholic Interracial Council. They sponsor films and talks by noted speakers on human relation problems. In recognition of their fine efforts in the past this club has received the Thomas I. Crowe Interracial Justice Award and the Alpha Sigma Nu Award. The club also gives a party at Christmas time for the underprivileged in order to spread the joyful spirit of the holiday season. ROW I: M. Hintzen, Sec.-Treas., R. Gould, Pres., R. Potchynok, Vice-Pres., S. Phillos, Pub. Rep., ROW 2: R. Sadowski, T. Rau, R. Mac Donald, L. Sandler, C. Hesseg ROW 3: P. McElroy, N. Minelli, D. Moore, R. Bayma, A. Sinicki, P. Bassog ROW 4: R. Martin, T. Dziurman, W. Esser, E. McCarthy, R. O'Neil, T. Schaal, R. Verona. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION To promote international friendship and common understanding among the dif- ferent nationalities on campus is the purpose of the INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ASSOCIATION. They hope T' to be better able to help their respective countries in their understanding of the American people when they return home. At the same time, they want to be able to promote a mutual understanding be- tween themselves which might help to relieve international tension in the future. Since the group was organized this year they are just in the process of organizing the dates for projects. ROW 1: M. Dorr, Pres. Sr. Hygenists, D. Crowley, Pres. Fr. Hygenistsg ROW 2: C. Nill, Sr. Vice-Pres., G. Fry, Soph. Pres., H. VanGilder, Jr.-Pres., J. Robb, Sr. Pres., S. Tanimura, Fr. Pres. Q5 mil I ROW 1: I. DeClairac, S. J., O. Gazmararian, Vice Pres., F. ChinChoy, Treas. J. Zaccour, Pres., P. Giriraj, Sgt.-at-arms, ROW 2: M. Rousso, J. Prasad, A Niedzwiedzka, P. Telang, L. Gazmararian, W. ForChing ROW 3: C. Williams N. Chatterji, Dr. Zacharias, M. White, M. Jose, A. Adem, R. Peroni, ROW 4: R. Villafranca, G. Zabala, S. Jejjo, F. Matus, S. Sidhu, E. Young, A. Lee, J. Namphy. JUNIOR AMERICAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION All Dental School students are members of the J UNIOR AMERICAN DENTAL ASSO- CIATION. This is the student governing body of the School of Dentistry. Every class is repre- sented, with the president of the senior class also the president of this organization. One of the projects of the Junior American Dental Association is the spon- sorship and the up-keep of the student center. Another is stimu- lating interest in dentistry and associated fields. JADA spon- sors the Odonto Ball and a booth at Carnival. 273 A KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS The KNIGHTS OF COLUM- BUS, University of Detroit Coun- cil No. 3661, is responsible for the sale of many Catholic books on campus. This is a part of their purpose of promoting education- al and religious welfare. Mem- bers of the University council take boys from the St. Francis Home to many Detroit area sporting events. Three keys are presented annually by the coun- cil to three of its members. One is for outstanding service, the second for tion in activ- for loyalty University. Sperry. ,A f . '- Q . A Akai 274 rw Fifa.. H X tgx.t S S .. W. ,yt .. ROW I: G. McNamara, R. Sugrue, P.G.K., D. Mallow, Chancellor, R. Potchynok D.G.K., S. Nebroski, Fin. Sec., T. Urban. O.G.g ROW 2: J. Kopasz, B. Barton, I. Forester J. Groen, M. Taylor, D. Shea, ROW 3: C. Hesse, L. Falater, P. O'Dowd, T. Schaal Treas., B. Gulowski, L. Taminski, A. Sinicki, R. Linenberg, F. Cosens. Moderator. N. VanBruyssel. Treas., T. Leyland, B. Lamb, Sec., ROW 2: R. Neuenfeldt, M. Van- ROW 3: R. Sumakitis, M. A. Stanley, T. Collins, FRANCAIS During the year 1930, the oldest University language club was founded and given the name "LE CERCLE FRANCAIS? Since that time it has promoted a better, more thorough under- standing of French life, culture, and language by means of en- gaging speakers on these topics, and by sponsoring French movies at the Art Institute. "Le Cercle Francaisv is active socially as well as scholastically. Evidence of this are their annual Hallo- ween and Christmas parties, as well as a picnic when the weather gets warm. -1 ,ann 'QW E. Keating, J. Tercheck, B. Pearson, N. Hentschel. MARKETING CLUB United to advance the science of Market- ing, the members of the University of Detroit MARKETING CLUB seek to familiarize students with Detroit as a marketing center. They hold several luncheons each year at which men, dis- tinguished in their respective fields, speak on various subjects pertaining to marketing. Chartered in 1957-58 by the American Marketing Association, the club strives to retain the information given by the speakers for their own practical use in the future. An award is given each year to the outstanding senior in marketing. MAJORETTES The MAJORETTES in their dis- tinctive white and red outfits, twirling their batons, can be seen wherever the marching band is performing. In fact, their purpose is to entertain at football half- time in conjunction with the marching band, and also to par- ticipate in parades. Since 1955, when they first appeared on campus they have added much color to half-time activities at football games. Letters are award- ed annually to their members. ROW 1: F. Manzara, Moderator, K. Capstick, H. Lawrence, Sec., G. Lacey, Pres., F. Stein, Vice-Pres., R. Quaineg ROW 2: J. Tomassini, J. Carney, N. Hoffman, J. Fitzgerald, T. Dugall, T. Klein, Advisor, J. Boydg ROW 3: J. Valvona, T. McGrath, J. Zalke, J. McDonald, E. Maier, R. Gould, G. Grech, D. Doleg ROW 4: J. Barrett, L. Lenz, B. Connors, J. Zaccour, P. Verona, C. Buckenmyer, T. Kennedy, M. Roach, J. Bowker. A FN .. ag. 9 . 94 .LJ as .BQ IS' 50 SQ. .oo O l U4- B53 EBT 5 an b go U D2 D .sz Q 05' E51 d oo A B1 CJ If DQ' U . if csv' 6.9 L 1 275 egg? UU f l X , if'-1" ' iff? if ,Q ., , ,f 1 .af 9 " -' - T ,' - ' QA.---1 - 1 t.' rf" F93 QQ' "'t' 7 A .J fx ,. ROW 1: C. Anderson, Historian, J. Tomassini, Rec. Sec., M. at-large, ROW 3: K. Rogers, J. Schimmer, B. Watson, K. Keenan, Pres., R. Hachlinski, Treas.. A. Annas, Corr. Sec., Schachern, S. Reaman, D. Powers, B. Hedeen, J. Peterfesog ROW 2: M. Mudge, M. Lutz, C. Case, F. Corrigan, J. ROW 4: J. Garza, B. Williams, B. Roussie, J. Reese, A. Shaheen, J. Savedes, Member-at-large, F. Dunbar, Member- Broder, B. Hamilton, L. LeVasseur, W. Giovan. PLAYERS ROW 1: C. Buono, B. Wenzel, K. Rivers, A. Niedzwiedzka, ROW 2: J. Sanitate, N. Schmidt, J. Guinan, T. Stumpo, A. Truhon, N. Schneider, ROW 3: A. Carinci, N. Navarre, D. Mateczun, C. Cummiskey, T. O'Rourke, K. Maskery, P. Giammancog ROW 4: P. McGaffey, D. Brown, J. Madda, D. McGaffey, S. Ranucci, M. Hendrie, P. Doyle, K. Marrin, E. Baker. FW. C50 5-'-..-J 276 M J if 1-S y . The University of Detroit PLAYERS were organized to produce plays through- out the school year for the cultural bene- fit of the University and to provide its members with an opportunity to become acquainted with all phases of the theater. The plays produced this year include Saroyan's L'C'ave Dwellers,', Shawis "St, Joan," Bagno1d's "The Chalk Gardenj, and Moliere's "School for Husbands." At their Annual Awards Banquet awards are given for the most outstanding acting, directing and technical work. This group also sponsors an annual Christmas party. ROW 1: J. Serdenis, R. Green, W. Kubicz, M. Jones Jr., vish, G. Molteni, D. Miller, J. Donovan, C. Acker, K. Bojan Comm., W. Grief, Pres., S. Jarosz, Sec., ROW 2: R. Bruniger, ROW 4: M. Flowers, W. Januszko, M. Ulicny, D. Sullivan J. Beasley, J. Rossman, W. Buttermore, J. Karkosak, P. A. Basile, R. Marwin, L. Koerner, W. Wilson, L. Shaljean Murphy, M. Ray, ROW 3: A. Schebil, C. Magrum, T. Scher- UNIVERSITY 0F DETROIT RIFLES The UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT RIFLES has brought honor to the Uni- versity by winning awards in drill team competition on local, state, and national levels. The organization renders a service by instructing the cadets at the St. Francis Home for Boys. They participate in parades and co-sponsor the Military Ball in December at which time both an Army and an Air Force Sweetheart are chosen to reign over the corps. ROW 1: E. Bittenbender, A. Dragoni, P. Camill Jr., J. J. McCabe, R. Liller A. Lote, W. Walsh, ROW 2: C. Oswald, A. Chapman. D. Youngblood, W Schild, T. Olender, T. Scullin, J. Esshaki, C. Arthg ROW 3: W. Studlow, V Vasiulis, L. Youngblood, P. Ruseckas, R. Gray, M. Radomski, G. Osterman J. Essen, E. Nawotkag ROW 4: J. Sailer, T. Murphy, W. Ziegler, C. Duffy, M East, M. Natuszak, F. Matous, E. Valera, J. Murphy, R. Fulfordra, J. Von Benken. C9 NJ 2 7 RALHCD ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION The call letters WSLGA hold an important meaning to those ac- tive members of the RADIO ENGINEERING ASSOCIA- TION who operate the club's licensed short-wave radio station. For those aspiring to become amateur radio operators, classes conducted to promote the art of amateur "ham" radio are found to be most beneficial. The re- building and expanding of the club's radio station is right in line with the activities of the club, as is participation in Na- tional Radio Operating Profi- ciency contests. Further activities include a biennial engineering show. ROW 1: R. Bruniger, KZZXE, I. Loeffler, K8HOS, Sec.-Treas., F. Deschenes, W8GKHg ROW 2: J. Casper, K8DFH, L. DeFrain, P. Cote, WSUAA, J. Kirkbrideg ROW 3: D. Belle, K8EUH, A. Kubicz, W8IGJ, Pres., J. Dobroski, T. Strong, W8RIE, ROW 4: W. Breed, J. Dumser, G. Fagan, WSQDX, D. Day, WSTSH, Vice Pres., D. Regan. ROW I: A. Neumaier, Racing Team Capt., B. VanAntwerp, Vice Commodore, P. Blos- som,, Rec. Sec., J. Caton, Commodore, M. Simms, Corr. Sec., J. McKinny, Treas., J Steyaert, Fleet Capt., Prof. Budzinowski, Moderator, ROW 2: J. Brown, W. O'ReilIy, M. Jaklitsch, J. Kenwell, J. Boyd, R. Boyd, A. Grix, J. Sack, ROW 3: E. Grant, D. Walton, R. DuMouchelle, R. Schaden, S. Sautter, J. Marsh, P. Shoup, G. Habtemariam S. Nebroskig ROW 4: J. Balint, R. Pawloski, B. Scholtz, P. Biglin, J. Fitzgerald, D. Dunn, D. McCarthy, J. Kinn, L. Koerner, R. Benkert, J. Pierog. 53059 278 SAILING CLUB The SAILING CLUB was original- ly established at the University of Detroit in 1950, but it was not until April of 1957 that sailing was recognized as an official university sport. Since .that time, sailing has provided many happy hours for club members. As an intercollegiate sport, the club participates in the Michigan Collegiate Sailing Asso- ciation regattas as a team. It has received trophies in the Jesuit Cup Championship Regatta, the Detroit Yacht Club Regatta, and the Ohio State Invitational Regatta. ROW 1.- L. Lorrier, Pub. Chrmn., F. Cancro, Memb. M. Simon, R. Seidt, T. Numan. R. Arnold, G. Nortz. Chrmn., J. Kneese, Soc. Chrmn., J. Splear, Sgt.-at- J. 0'KC6ffC. R- PFUFWSZ ROW 4-' T- MC Cafln. J- Rice, arms, C. Lemont, Cust., R. Marzolf, Purs. Agentg L. Lewis. T- Gill, B- Croci, T- MCCabC, R- Beiting, ROW 2: C. Cooper, D. Lederle, E. Eick, G. Martin, E. T- RCYIIOICIS- Goebel, M. White, R. Croci, P. Vancureng ROW 3: T. FRANCIS CLUB ROW I: M. McCann, Treas., D. Brown, Pres., T. Waffen, Vice-Pres., T. Chelsky, Sec.: ROW 2: M. Emerson, J. Heilman, J. I-Ialbin, R. Oswald, D. Belleg ROW 3: P. Chiddo F. Campolo, E. Gaul, G. Buchel, R. Buchel, R. Miller, B. Mazzoneg ROW 4: J. Gallina J. Baier, C. Walberer, E. Dobrinski, T. Gerken, T. Taylor, C. Kaleta. priginally founded to provide mexl ensive, Qwholesome meals for ut-of-town students, the ST. FRANCIS CLUB has developed into an outstanding organization providingrritsoremembers with a fraternal atmosphere in their own house located off campus. This organization has become famous through its annual tug-o-war be- tween the Irish and the Germans. In addition they sponsor the Var- sity Ball and the picnic for the St. Francis Home for Boys. 279 XV? SECRETARIAL SCIENCE CLUB Professional people from the business world are often guests at the meetings of the SECRE- TARIAL SCIENCE C L U B. They give advice and information regarding entrance into the field of Secretarial Science. This aids the club in attaining its goal of acquainting members with the requirements of the business world. A carefully planned social program enables the members to acquire personality traits desir- able for their careers. The organ- ization is contemplating present- ing an award to the sophomore graduating in Secretarial Science with the highest scholastic average. . ,Xi " it I 1 Q I ROW I: C. Robertson, C. Angelo, Vice-Pres., D. Hahnke, Pres., S. Reaman, Sec., D. Gosinski, Treas.g ROW 2: M. Klem, B. Riehl, M. Korff, B. Lorentz, K. Kirsten, ROW 3: S. Rice, M. A. Hause, A. Moloney, L. Lawlor, I. Dowd, E. Theisem, J. Czarnecki. ROW I: J. Antoun, E. Plizga, Treas., E. Crepeau, Vice-Pres., T. O'Rourke, Pres., J. Brunackey, Sec., K. Warznie, E. Drabyk, F. Attwoodg ROW 2: H. Rivard, R. Diehr, J. W. Smith, A. Shalhoub, R. Lenart. J. Fitzgerald, J. Carney, T. Jordan, K. Barbour, ROW 3: J. Colombo, D. Hinsberg, M. Hintzen, S. Phillos. M. Mann, N. Hoffman, R. Burchi, S. Nebroski, Russ Quaine, G. Wickensg ROW 4: R T H E M. Joyce, P. Springer, M. Cavanaugh, S. Teston, W. Simpson, G. Mazure, L. Mentley, F. Ryan, D. Mitkus, R. Caldwell, J. Bowker. ADVANCEMENT l -C? 280 OF MANAGEMENT In an effort to foster co-operation be- tween business executives and business students, the SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGE MENT was founded at the University of Detroit in 1949. Since that time, this purpose has been carried out through projects such as the sponsoring of guest speakers. Thepmembers hold an annual dinner dance, Christmas party and sever Academically, . they participate in the Management Seminar and -Iawardmt S.A.M. key to the outstanding student in Industrial Management. During the past year they have received the Membership Growth Award. al getatogethers throughout the year. ROW 1: Dr. J. Rozycki, P. Blossom, Chrmn., P. Felterg ROW 2: W. Schwartz. I. Cosey, J. Antoun, D. Gumbletong ROW 3: A. Brooks, Sec., A. Bilicki, E. Baker, A. Palmer. S. A. M. E. sEcnoNA The distinctive fouregiere and bar ribbon of scarlet, black, and white are the symbols of the candidate's successful completion of his probation for member- ship in the SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS. As the University's. only recognized military engineeringigroup, the Society endeavors to give its members an extensive educa- tion in the lmany phases of engineering, military or otherwise, by not only secur- ing professiional men to address the student Post but also by sponsoring a number of i field trips to locations of special engineering interest. Since its founding .uinl 1951 'the Society has an- nually presented the Society Medal award to the most active member. Highlighting its social calendar are the semi-annual dinner dances held in the spring and fall. SOCIOLOGY 1 N I I S C L U B 1 ff f' - . J ,... ii' .Q is ' ,w g Formerly known as the Commu- nity Relations Club, the SOCI- g OLOGY CLUB is concernedwith C academic rather than social con- centration. It has a three-fold purpose: to make field visits to different social agencies for the 1 sake of getting first-hand knowl- edge of the type of social work practiced in that p a r t i c ul a r agency, to attend the Confrater- nity of Christian Doctrine lec- Q i ture series on youth and evaluate 1 these in group discussions, and to work with the Volunteer Bureau at the University of Detroit. l -E Y i l l ! ROW 1: L. Plant, J. Boivin, Corr. Sec., J. Houle. Vice-Pres., Col. Dakan, Moderator, W. Martin, Pres., R. Alder, Treas., W. Bohlandg ROW 2: T. Cum- mings, J. Rogers, C. Oswald, D. Brower, P. Stewart, B. Zanlungo, M. Daly, ROW 3: K. Bojan, W. Susor, W. Harrison, J. Bowker, T. Paytas, R. Jursca, D. Thoresen, J. Marino, D. Mateczung ROW 4: J. Kashynski, R. Greenwood, M. Daly, J. Sailer, M. Jones, Jr., R. Stevens, R. Bublys, J. Fowler, W. Greif, T. Martone, D. Ceckowski. , nj Q fn, cm rm H V? cw 5, 5-,gi i 'Tis . 4 is If f N A f M i". l l l 91 E ll f l L l 28l ROW I R Bnalek L Calvlsl Pub Chrmn., J. Heintzel, G. R. Dolesh, L. Bindseil, R. Martin, J. Vorobel, W. Mog, F Dorcey W Boyke Vlce Pres L Kennedy Pres., L. Memering, Fedorko, J. Haubert, T. Guzanek, T. Conway, R. Simoneau Sec P Austm C Walberer ROW 2 P. Chervenak, R. ROW 4: M. Kastner, S. Vettorello, L. Olbrys, R. Baldwin Buccl T Cross W Cross R Baclgalupr J. Frankowski, P. W. Greif, N. Wiatr, J. Barrett, W. James, J. Storace, D. Pease Moore P Vancuren C Freullle F Fazzro ROW 3: J. Bozyk, J. Schenk, G. Nies. SCCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS ROW 1: C. Pace, Sec.-Treas., R. McHugh, Moderator, T. Brady, G. Farrell, ROW 2. C. Baumann, R. Wroblewski, L. Ybarrondo, J. Srnecz, P. Doman, P. Zaleskig ROW 3. J. Mullen, R. Murphy, R. Schaller, T. Carlisi, R. Winiarski, A. Rymiszewski, T. Murray Al---f--v---A--, lm ea- . f f f Y . ...Q ' 1 N. . A - ...Na l I rs I1 I V. 2 1 1 if , ll L J ri l , fx H 1 fl l 1 J' 1 5 K I l l f 1 J r 1 J 5 1 l ll I E l I 3 1 l Q J J i 1 l l J 1. x. , 1 w J . L ? 4 A , ROW 1: P. Giammanco. S. Sabourin, C. DeMarco, Q l .y P. Petter, M. C. ward, J. J l l m Duewke, J. Guinan, C. Hicke, M. Shea, R. Neuen- C. Lyter, G. Reynolds, J. Bowker. 1 J 1 ' felot, B. Olivich, J. Carr, W. Dwyer, ROW 3: K. l J l Schloff, B. Lorentz, B. Miller, s. Gerhardstein, M. 1 I 4 l W 5 l I ' ll SODALIIY i J 3 l i 1 ' l 1 i , i 1 1 1 l l 1 l l J is W U l Ll J The SODALITY offers its members a life-time dedication and a permanent way of life that includes both the spiritual and apostolic sides to help them achieve its goals of self-sanctifi- cation, sanctification of others, and defense and spread of the Church. The many activities of this group include a Training School of Sodality Action and a dance for freshmen during Orientation Week. During the Christ- mas season they promote the sale of Christmas cards and they also set up a crib. They operate the ticket booths at Carnival and end their busy year with the Rhapsody in Blue. One of the oldest organizations on campus, the Sodality was established at the Uni- versity of Detroit in 1879. ROW I: R. Kendziorski, Vice-Prefect, M. Schultz, Sec., F. VanDePitte, Prefect, A.E Loveley, S. J., ROW 2: G. Mullan, M. Monacelli, M. Roney, M. Rath, H. Byle T. Stumpog ROW 3: J. Pellerito, C. Szczotka, C. Prybys, J. Marion, J. Galarowicz N. Camilleri, P. Danner, R. Corbett, ROW 4: T. Lubinski, V. Macks, F. Waldo J. Reese, R. Doherty, M. Canfield, G. Stefani, J. Baumgardner, J. Willertz. Ah- Ama. in N . ... -- PM 283 Guernsey, L. Filarski, J. Miller, E. Simpson, R. Namphyg ROW 2: R. Haydukg ROW 4: L. Lewandowski, E. Simon, D. Caton, D. Tupper, R. Sporman, L. Koerner, J. Baker, 7 . W .fi-we -. fi Y D ek c .fP"'N ., .,, . A .J 1 5- 1 ROW I: P. Monahan, Vice-Pres., I. Miller, Pres., L. W. Rudick, Debate Modera tor, K. Maskery, Sec.-Treas., T. Stock, ROW 2: H. C. Schneidewind, Oral Interpretation Moderator, R. Bush, J. Grubba, M. Molloy, L. Kitchen, K. Lyon, T. H. Usher, Oratory 8a Discussion Moderator, ROW 3: L. Lubaway, J. Cubitt, J. Skowronski, F. Walsh, J. Baumgardner, B. Williams, L. Lewandowski. X l l i I S SHEECH i l 1 1 N . il.UB The Universityi of Detroit i Forensic Society, more usually known as the SPEECH CLUB, promotes all speech activities both on and off campus. It so capably represents the Uniwdersity in inter-collegiate speech competition that it has, during this past year, ladded to its collection of awards the Flint Junior College Trophy,l the Pi Kappa Delta Debate Award, l and the Sweepstakes Trophy. The club has also received the Alpha Sigma Nu Award for 1957-58 and the Traffic :Safety Oratory Award. Among its many activities on campus, the Forensic Society sponsors the annual Skinner Debate, the winner of which is awarded the Skinner Debate Medal, as the most skilledi undergraduate partici- pant. Monthly, the club presents pro- grams to the student body, consisting of exhibitions of various speech activities. s i l S T U D E N T a Ziffwfg' ISOIf1:f4E'i?Ii?iEICei1dh?1?ti.,LiDTa1iliiiei.l1?Zlgi 5353322 'gifaf' Monahan, K' Ricmdst R' ADVISORY BoARD ON . A T H L ET I C S i t E i Members of the STUDENT AD- l VISORY BOARD ON ATH- i LETICS are selected by the legislative councils they repre- sent. The primary work of the board is to aid and foster the athletic program. It acts as liaison H7 between the administrative pro- gram for athletics and the student governing councils. The board it- self is not a legislative body but a public relations and promotion- al medium. It initiated "Red and l White Day", when students showed their spirit by wearing f school colors. 284 ROW I: M. Solomon, Treas., C. Bartkowiak, Rec. Sec., C. Rogers, Pres., J. Drogosch, Corr. Sec., G. King, ROW 2: S. A. LaPonsa, M. Mason, A. Pavelites, E. A. Miller, M. Snyder, ROW 3: S. Hartzell, F. Sosnowski, I. M. Donnelly, G. J. Putz, D. Shain. XGI CLUB The University of Detroit Veterans Club, now referred to as the XGI CLUB, was founded on campus in 1953. It originally included only veterans of the Korean war but has since been enlarged to include all veterans. Its main purpose is to bring the veterans into closer fellowship both on campus and at social functions off cam- pus. The XGI float participates in the Homecoming parade and the group yearly sponsors a booth at the Spring Carnival. Members are active in intramural sports, and generally support all University functions. The highlight of the XGI social calendar is the very popular Guidon Cotillion. During the winter season the club holds various ski parties for its members as well as mixers with other campus groups. NATIONAL STUDENT l ' I EDUCATION , fu C' ,P Q.. . AssoclArloN Although the University of Detroit chapter of the very large STUDENT NATIONAL EDU- CATION ASSOCIATION has been in existence only two years, it has already succeeded in ac- quiring a television show citation. The purpose of the SNEA is the stimulation of interest in teaching as a career, and the development of high professional standards. Through the use of guest speak- ers, the group promotes a better understanding of teaching as a profession. ROW I: R. Schiavone, Treas., C. T. McGosisk, Vice-Pres., W. T. Spehn, Pres., W. Basset, Sec., J. Carney, Controller, ROW 2: R. Wilusz, J. Barrett. T. Heroux, T. McDonald, E. Burke, ROW 3: J. Mencotti, J. McSweeney, K. Hamill, G. Cislo, J. Walton, R. W. Thomas, ROW 4: B. Reckman, C. Boigegrain, J. Aubrey, R. I. Roddy, J. R. Miller, G. Wickens. 285 ROW 1: I. Oust, L. Rebar, Pres., K. Schloff, Sec., ROW 2: J. McCarthy, K. Dwyer, R. Potchynokg ROW 3: M. Deeb, T. Vaughan, T. Uriarte, J. Dempsey, J. Cubitt. YOUNG REPUBLICANS In 1957, the group known as the YOUNG REPUBLICANS of the Political Union was founded at the University of Detroit to pro- mote political awareness among students, to direct their political energies, and to foster participa- tion in the party of their choice. The University of Detroit Young Republicans join with groups from other Michigan colleges in participation in the State Young Republicans Clubs. They strive to bring outstanding speakers to the campus. 286 YOUNG DEMOCRATS Q 4- lr The YOUNG DEMOCRATS of the Political Union were founded in 1955 to foster interest in government and politics here at the University, and to interest and acquaint young voters with the principles and policies of the Democratic Party. The Young ' Dems attempt to learn and ac- f quaint others with the vital questions concerning government which the voter often ignores. They sponsor speakers, candi- dates, and other active Demo- crats to explain party organiza- tion and political programs. I , .. ROW I: N. Schmidt, Rec. Sec., R. Campana, Pres., T. Locricchio, Vice-Pres., ROW 2: C. Horen, S. Shannon, Corr. Sec., W. Kyte, J. Cameron, ROW 3: S. Phillos, P. Verona, F. Campolo, I. Fitzgerald, M. Hintzen. , W -QNMQ 41- :Govenung l.! I !CouncHs , I n hu l I Student Bodies Aim - To Foster Democrocy I I- ... I And Responsibility' .1 By Developing ond Encouroging Focfors Of Self-Government 41 ROW 1: R. Palmer, Vice-Pres., P. Austin, Pres., R. Simoneau, Rec. Sec.-Treas., R. Roddy, Corr. Sec., ROW 2: C. Walberer, G. Dorcey, F. Gusinde, P. J' "V, Bassog ROW 3: L. Kennedy, T. Sullivan, R. Peters, J. Buyan, R. Baymag ROW 4: I. Annick, J. White, M. Simon, G. Devere, T. Gruber, R. Baldwin. EN INEERING STUDENT CGUNCIL SE TICNS A ND B The ENG EERING STU- DENT CO CIL was founded at the Uni rsity of Detroit in 1949 to de elop a professional attitude am g students and to facilitate c tact between the faculty and students of the Col- lege of Engineering. It serves as a representative panel for the airing of student problems to the proper authorities. It is also a co-ordinating body of the pro- fessional and honorary organiza- tions of the Engineering College. This group sponsors the "20th Century Living" television series and the annual Slide Rule Dinner at which the outstanding senior engineering student is presented with the Engineer of the Year award. 288 ROW 1: R. Palmer, Vice-Pres., P. Austin, Pres., R. Roddy, Corr. Sec.g ROW 2: D. Clark, J. Neidhart, F. Gusinde, J. Gibsong ROW 3: R. Vargovick, V. Fedor, M. Simon, J. Clement, K. Drellishak. I f-'L' s-.N ff: T , P 1 ,Z 'rw ' , ' .r at 1 ff bis - J' . .... . 'fm ROW I: B. Kroener, T. Steinbauer, Vice-Pres., C. Raths, Jr., Pres., ROW 2: W. Schild, J. Heilmang ROW 3: J. VonBenken, T. McCann, M. Kellerman. INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL The INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL is an organization consisting of fraternity presidents and a representative from each fraternity. Its purpose is to further the aims of fraternal life, provide aid to member fraternities, and to promote re- lations between fraternities, the Univer- sity, and the community. This Council is becoming very active. In the past year it has co-sponsored Greek Weekend,, Greek Night, Greek Seminar and the Greek Ball. It has been instrumental in changing voting rules for Homecoming Queen, choosing themes and awarding prizes for Homecoming floats, and estab- lishing new social rules. HOLDEN HALL DO RM COUNCIL T Q Q., iw Ta., R 4 . X 4 5' . f """' 2532 I X . v One hundred and eighty freshmen and sophomore out-of-town stu- dents have as their governing body the HOLDEN HALL DORM COUNCIL. The Council plans activities, such as occasion- al mixers and parties, makes sug- gestions for improvement to the dorm director, and leads work on Homecoming activities. The Hall boasts floats of distinctive quality. The dorm sponsors a Homecom- ing queen candidate and an ugly man candidate. They also have a carnival booth. ROW 1.' B. Palugi, Sports Chrmn., B. Campau, Vice-Pres., R. T. Cuson, Pres., M. McEvoy, Sec., J. Bowker, Constitution Chrmn.g ROW 2: J. Aulette, D. Jones, J. Neidhart, D. Cardella, F. Crane, J. Louwers, T. Carlisi, L. Klattg ROW 3: D. Shoha, D. Hinsberg, C. McLaughlin, M. Neibauer, P. Delisi, T. Dietz, R. Williams, G. Colombo. ffl cu 289 MEN'S UNION The MEN'S UNION is consti- tuted in order to promote unity among the men of the University of Detroit and provide social functions and facilities for their recreation and well-being. The governing body, the Student Union Board of Governors, is partly elected and partly appoint- ed. ln addition to operating the Games Room in the Union, the board has many other projects. They sponsor the Booster Club, Tournaments and the Student Trip. They also present After- Game Dances and the Sunday night movie program. ROW I: P. Paule. Moderator, D. Unti, Sec., T. Dinan, Pres., P. Oliver, Vice-Pres., R. Campbell. Treas.. F. Atzberger, Student Manager: ROW 2: M. Scallen, J. Reno, Activities Chrmn., J. Haley, R. Hull, R. Jackson, D. Tupper, T. Dietz. ROW I: P. Blossom, Treas., J. Baysinger, Pres., J. Tercheck, Sec., ROW 2: T. Yates, R. PA N ' H E L L E N Sheridan, P. Felter, C. A. Herrg ROW 3: P. Hurst, M. Snyder, K. Richard, M. B. Foster, J. Woodbeck. COUNCIL CS? iii? The PAN-I-IELLENIC COUN- 14.42 CIL is composed of representa- tives from each sorority on cam- .W pus. Their purpose is to co- ordinate the activities of .the sororities and to improve rela- tions between them. This year they also co-ordinated rushing and pledging among the soror- ities. They co-sponsor Greek Weekend with the IFC. They also sponsor the Inter-Sorority Tea and the Goodfellow Contest. Annually they award the Pan- Hellenic Cup to the sorority with the highest overall average. 290 RENO HALL COUNCIL The RENO HALL COUNCIL, elected by 312 junior and senior dorm residents, is the governing body of the dorm with the duty of directing the co-curricular activities of the dorm. Reno Hall offers strong competition in intramural activi- ties. The Hall sponsors a Homecoming queen candidate and enters a float in the float contest. This year Reno won an award for best organization float. The dorm is also aptly represented at the Carnival. ROW 1: D. Ducey, Sec., T. Klink, Pres., G. Gorcyca, Vice Pres., ROW 2: I. Dietz, R. Mack, E. Schwartz, D. Broderick. ir: my it Q.-nazi, ROW 1: J. Drinan, Treas., P. Danner. Sec., D. Gannon, Pres., H. Dowd, Vice- Pres., C. Buckemyer, Athletic Dir., ROW 2: L. Lewis, A. Sterlitz, A. Burke, D. TUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION The STUDENT BAR ASSO- CIATION is the student govern- ing body at the University of Detroit Law School. The board of governors of the' Association promotes student activities, par- ticularly the closed retreat for students, Freshman orientation, and the pre-legal clinic. It spon- sors student convocations and is responsible for the social calen- dar and student directory.. Socially, the board sponsors Thanksgiving and spring parties as well as the annual Senior banquet. It awards a trophy in the interfraternity moot court trial competition. . 291 STUDENT ROW I: J. Yott, Moderator, B. Schumacher, Corr. Sec., M. McCann, Pres., K. Dwyer, Rec. Sec., L. Vaillancourt, Vice Pres., J. Bowker, Treas.g ROW 2: J. Drogosch, R. MacPherson, H. Lawrence, L. Klattg ROW 3: B. Raczkowski, T. Locricchio, P. Hurst, K. Schloff, P. Basso, J. Kiefer, ROW 4: R. Campau, R. Baldwin, P. Oliver, R. Shearer, J. Clement, R. Bayma. WOMEN STUDENTS' LEAGUE All coeds on campus are mem- bers of the Women Students' League. It operates for the academic and social interests of the University. The League Board, elected in the spring by the entire coed body, is the governing body of the League. Among its many projects are the Freshmen Welcome Tea, the Sadie Shuffle, the Campus Christmas Party, the Mother- Daughter Tea and the Dad- Daughter Date. For the past two years the League has been spon- soring the polio shot campaign. The "Mother of the Yeari' award is presented to an out- standing woman. 292 CCUNCIL The highest body of student self- government is the Student Council. It supervises all campus-wide student activ- ities which concern the welfare and rights of the student body. Fifteen members are elected in the spring by a campus-wide vote and the other ten are appointed later on in the year. The Council runs the various campus elec- tions, including those which bring the Spring Carnival into existence. It also forms the following committees: Fresh- men Grientation Committee, Home- coming Committee, Junior Prom Com- mittee, and the Senior Class Committee. ROW 1: R. Greiner, Corr. Sec., J. Martz, Rec. Sec., J. Byrne, Pres., K. Richar'd, Vice-Pres., C. Hibbeln, Treas.g ROW 2: M. Bowen, D. Crowley, E. Czarnota, D. Schobloherg ROW 3: E. Shannon, S. Hartzell, M. Hause, C. Studinger, A. Kleinert. f W 'GS .., Z' 9 X .f X ."' RP' N if I R. ' 42 . av ' I4 as ,yy A ,aa ,I rr, fr in EI ecti !- Plan-ning Events ng Oueens By Student Vote Furling Banners -I ff' Meetings, dances, activities are student-organized No queen is ever elected without popular support Our marching ranks display discipline and training ,L I Joyce Shaheen and escort at the Military Ball. L Freshmen are always welcomed with a beanie bounce This typical homecoming crowd is always willing to halt their dancing to listen to guest performers. ff- gy! 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ADDY, MARY ANN, B.S. in Med. Tech., Med. Tech. 5900 Buckingham, Detroit. Kappa Beta Gamma, Sodality. AMBRO, LEONARD M., Ph. B., Journalism. 24553 Fern, East Detroit. Varsity News--Man. Ed. ANDERSON, DONALD F., Ph. B. Political Science. 20514 Yacama, Detroit. APPLEBERRY, BARBARA J., B.S., Chem. 36543 Ann Arbor Trail, Livonia. Sigma Delta-Vice-Pres. ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM, Ph. B., English. 272 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit. Varsity News-Editor, Edit. Direc- tor, Assoc. News Editor, Tower, Seminar. BALOUSEK, CAROLE A., Ph. B., Math. 25856 Pem- broke Road, Huntington Woods, Michigan. Delta Zeta. BARTKOWIAK, CAROL E., B.S., Chemistry. 1979 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit. Gamma Sigma Sigma, Sigma Delta, French Club4ec'y, Pan-Hellenic Council, SNEA-Sec'y. BARTOL., ROBERT A., Ph. B., History. 4933 N. Camp- bell, Detroit. Theta Kappa Phi-Vice-Pres., Thunderbird Drill Team, Sabres. 6 I. . 41""f'D' 'mm 'QQ- MW' 'AK wh Wx ww if .'. College of Arts ond Sciences P ty. ,yw film. 2-Wk f1"f'fv-vt 'Fha-and S-.ai 'QS f fm intel BASSETT, WILLIAM A., Ph. B., Sociology. 6823 St. Mary's, Detroit. XGI's, Political Union, Student Council. BELLG, BRUCE J.. Ph. B., History. 5230 Ottawa Riv. Rd., Toledo, Ohio. Phi Alpha Theta. BERGER, CAROLYNNE K., B.S., Chem. 18245 Steel, Detroit. Kappa Beta Gamma. BEYER, EMANUEL D., B.S., Biology. 19151 San Juan Dr., Detroit. Band. BILOVUS, JERRY W., B.S., Biology. 23201 Hoover Rd., Warren, Michigan. BLAKESLEE, BARBARA K., B.S. in Ed., Education. 24327 Fargo, Detroit. Chorus. BLAZIS, ROBERT J., B.S. in Ed., Education. 1976-25th, Detroit. BONGIOVANNI, CHARLES A., B.S., Chemistry. 17625 Avon Rd., Detroit. Alpha Phi Omega, Northwest Car Pool. """"" BOURKE, MARY JANE, A.G. History. 16890 Monica. Detroit. Red Cross Board-Pres., Homecoming Commit- tee, Apostleship of Prayer, Inter-Collegiate Red Cross Board-Vice-Pres. BRUNETT, PATRICK J., Ph.B., History. 16028 Coram. Detroit. Fencing. BUCKLEY, MARY ELLEN, B.S. in Ed., Education. 15355 Rutherford, Detroit. Sigma Sigma Sigma. BURGOYNE, XAVIER P., B.S., Chem. 327 Burlington, Billings, Montana. BURKE, THOMAS J., Ph.B., Psychology. 14877 Stoepel. .,.,.,,,,. Detroit. BURKHARDT, HENRY A., B.S., Biology. 1709 N. River R 4, St. Clair, Michigan. BURY, DANIEL T., B.S. in Ed., Biology. 19344 Omira, Detroit. BYRNE, JANYCE E., Ph.B., Communication Arts. 15348 Petoskey, Detroit. Women's Student League- President, Theta Phi Alpha, Players, Chorus. CAMBRIDGE, JUDITH A., B.S. in Ed., Education. 47731 Harbor Drive, New Baltimore, Michigan. CAMPANA, RICHARD V., Ph.B., Political Science. 833 West 13 Mile Rd., Madison Heights, Michigan. Young Republicans-President, Delta Phi Epsilon-Vice- Pres., Freshman Class Sec'y, International Relations Club. CAMPBELL, THOMAS H.. A.B.. History. 303 Moross Rd., Grosse Pte. Farms, Michigan. Kappa Sigma Kappa, Phi Alpha Theta. CARLETTI, KATHLEEN A., B.S., in Ed., Education. 18943 Rutherford, Detroit. awv -GM .1 301 Concliclotes lor Degrees CARROIL. JOHN R., B.S., History. 1501 No. Waller Ave.. Chicago, Illinois. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 22 Club. CASEY, NANCY E., Ph.B., English. 301 So. York Ave., Dearborn. Michigan. CHAPLA. BARBARA J., B.S. in Ed., Education. 1336 Union Ave. N.E.. Grand Rapids, Michigan. CHAPLOW, JANIS A., Ph.B., English. 79130 North Van Dyke, Romeo, Michigan. COLEGROVE, GEORGE T., B.S., Chemistry. 14543 Wisconsin, Detroit. COMEAU, EVELYN, B.S. in Ed., Education. 28745 Utica. Apt. 4, Roseville, Michigan. CONDER, JAMES W., B.S., Biology. 5308 Burlingame, Detroit. Chorus. COONEY, PATRICIA A., B.S. in Ed., Education. 15376 Westbrook, Detroit. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ski Club. xg' .131 ,g 142 'ki-X ,535 i. 3' 5' 3 '-swim' ' 352 . wg ex Zvi fist: it ft' .38 fi "--' - -1 ...EL -l in 4 X " 5 ,L ,Q wwf -...,..'-' Ya.,-gy' 'QQ' Mx gc rm fn.. ,, 2 NS' niggas AX IX 1 3, Q an . 1 if ' W . .1 ,, f -J D ....x" ,sk Kwai ""ltJ'A ,MX -wa.. ' , K' V . .. ,.- . A , WM ,mv . 2 A , it . .-. 7... ,. , ,. an N . y .cl I fb Q. W ii X ' . 7: ii ff-we - feQa-.- A I i ' i ifitglve- ' Lgiiigw' ' 4. v-'I-f M' .Wig Q . V 70' 'UW Fi' . X xg- I I --N ' -, --ww-. i '17, 410:-, ., I' -v I -. f .V usd' 4- ip.-f 5 Q4-' N -.M ...N J , wig 3 KV..-vmnqfi y 'si f at x 1 x X 3 in taint iv: ft ,sr Fm , a.'?.,,7',,- 5355.1 fi ,, - -- 1 .ff ,, V f i P ,ia ', ul. 45'-Ei? as XT'-'vi' 5 , Mk Q CORBETT, RONALD J., Ph.B., Philosophy. 9135 Cour- ville, Detroit. Sodality, Philosophy Club, Homecoming Committee. COSBY, WILLIS L., B.S. in Ed., Education. 3011 Taylor, Detroit. CRANE, FRED L., B.S., Physics. 237 Poplar St., Wyan- dotte, Michigan. Alpha Phi Omega, Inter-Fraternity Council, Physics Club, Intramural Board. CZOPKO, E. JEAN, Ph.B., English. 19319 Fairport, Detroit. Cheerleader, Homecoming Committee. DALSRASO, WILLIAM J., Ph.B., English. 16142 Bir- wood, Detroit. DAOUST, KATHLEEN M., Ph.B., History. 130 South Evangeline, Inkster, Michigan. Kappa Beta Gamma- Treasurer, Phi Alpha Theta, Tower - Organizations Editor. DAOUST, RICHARD L., A.B., Latin. 10192 Monica, Detroit. French Club. DEHRING, BARBARA E., Ph.B., English. 22541 Milner Rd., St. Clair Shores, Michigan. St. Clair Shores Car Pool-Sec'y. DEIGERT, FRED A., B.S., Chemistry. 837 Frank St., Flint, Michigan. Freshman Football, Varsity Football, Ass't. Athletic Trainer. DELONG, MICHAEL D., A.B., Philosophy. 16524 Mendota, Detroit. Sigma Phi Epsilon. DE MAEGHT, LEO H., Ph.B., History. 22315 Sunny- dale, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. DE MARCO, CATHERINE A., Ph.B., English. 4300 Balfour Rd., Detroit. Sodality. DE MATTIA, JAMES A., B.S., Physics. 27404 Drake, Farmington, Michigan. Phi Sigma Kappa, Alpha Sigma Nu. DE MEULEMEESTER, DOLORES S., Ph.B., English. 13011 Gratiot Ave., Detroit. Tower. DEMPSEY, JAMES E., Ph.B., Political Science. 10377 Maplelawn, Detroit. Young Democrats. DINAN, TIMOTHY E., B.S. in Ed., Education. 10011 Bordeau, Detroit. Men's Union-President, Blue Key- Sec'y, Alpha Chi-Vice-Pres., Sec'y, V. N.-Circulation Mgr., Committee - Carnival 8c Homecoming, I-Prom Committee, Student Athletic Advisory Board. DIROFF, LEO P., B.S. in Ed., Education. 6446 Long- acre, Detroit. DORAN, THOMAS P., B.S. in Ed., Physical Education. 3821 Burns, Detroit. Physical Education Club. DROLET, CATHERINE, Ph.B., Sociology. 12840 Long- acre, Detroit. Theta Phi Alpha. DRYPS, ROBERT P., B.S., Mathematics. 4926 N. Camp- bell, Detroit. 302 J R. .1 '-,ff ' eff' YO-w -Q-wmv' sum EDWARDS, PATRICIA J., Ph.B., English. 331 Hillcrest, Grosse Pte. Farms, Michigan. EMERY, HARRY R., B.S., Mathematics. 13989 Fo-rrer Ave., Detroit. EVANS, WILLIAM R., Ph.B., Psychology. 3970 Mc- Kinley, Dearborn. Knights of Columbus. FEEHAN, BARBARA J.,' B.S. in Ed., Education. 10321 Roxbury, Detroit. Delta Zeta, U.D. Broadcasting Guild, Homecoming Queen-1957, Homecoming Committee- 1958. FEIST, ANNA MAE, B.S. in Ed., Education. 1416 Berk- shire, Grosse Pte. Park, Michigan. FELTER, PATRICIA I., Ph.B., Sociology. 16632 San Juan, Detroit. Gamma Sigma Sigma-Pledgemistress, Chorus-Sec'y, Sodality, Volunteer Bureau, Community Relations Club, Sociology Club. FILARSKI, LILLIAN H., A.B., History. 20042 Monica, Detroit. Sodality, Chorus, Gamma Sigma Sigma-Par- liamentarian, Gamma Pi Epsilon, Phi Alpha Theta- Sec'y-Treas. FLEISCHMANN, LARRY E., B.S., Chemistry. 1571 So. Washington, Saginaw, Michigan. Knights of Colum- bus, Alpha Sigma Nu-Sec'y, Broadcasting Guild. FLEMMING, BEVERLY A., B.S. in Ed., Education. 12377 Duchess, Detroit. Kappa Beta Gamma-Vice- Pres., Pan-Hellenic Council- 1957, Education Club, Homecoming Dance Committee, Sadie Shuffle Commit- tee, Freshman Orientation. FLYNN, MICHAEL A., B.S., Chemistry. 206 Storer Ave., Akron, Ohio. Varsity Football, D Club. FRANCIS, SUZANNE G., B.S., Med. Tech. 1557 Torrey Rd., Grosse Pte. Woods, Michigan. FRANK, MICHAEL F., Ph.B., Political Science. 7574 Quinn, Detroit. Young Democrats Club. FULGENZI, ANDREW N., B.S., Chemistry. 13036 Promenade, Detroit. Alpha Epsilon Delta-Treas. GAIETTO, RAYMOND P., Ph.B., Political Science. R.R. 5, Tiffin, Ohio. Volunteer Bureau, Political Union, Homecoming-Holden Hall-Reno Hall, Carnival-Reno Hall, Carnival-Holden Hall. GALAROWICZ, JOANNE A., B.S., Biology. 3976 Cour- ville, Detroit. Sodality, Chorus, Freshman Orientation. GEMS, ELAINE N., Ph.B., English. 9603 Gallagher, Detroit Tower - Managing Editor, V.N. - Managing Editor, Delta Zeta-Editor and Historian. GERHARDSTEIN, SUSANNE M., A.B., English. 3495 Courville, Detroit. Sodality, Gamma Pi Epsilon, Lambda Iota Tau. GREELY, J. MICHAEL, Ph.B., French. 18684 Mans- field, Detroit. National French Honor Society. GREINER, ROSEMARY M., B.S. in Ed., Education. 3846 Wedgewood Dr., Birmingham, Michigan. Women's League-Fresh. Rep., Student Council, Theta Phi Alpha -Historian 84 Pledgemistress, Freshman Welcome Dance Committee, Sadie Shuffle Committee, Student Advisory Committee on Athletics, Women's League-Correspond- ing Sec'y. GROEN, JAMES F. Ph.B., Psychology. 7446 Ternes Ave., Dearborn, Michigan. Knights of Columbus. DUDASH, STEPHEN A., Ph.B., Philosophy. 1316 Grant, Lincoln Park, Michigan. Volunteer Bureau. DUEWEKE, RALPH E., Ph.B., Sociology. 15024 Rossini Dr., Detroit. Sodality, Community Relations Club, 1958 Homecoming Committee, Rhapsody in Blue Dance Com- mittee. DUGAS, ROBERT L., A.B., Philosophy. 1983 W. Grand Ave., Detroit. DUNBAR, FRANCES M., A.B., English. 12518 Cor- bett, Detroit. Players, Gamma Pi Epsilon. DUNHAM, DONNA M., B.S. in Ed., Education. 19197 Five Points, Detroit. Sodality, SNEA. DUNN, DANIEL A., B.S., Physics. 2450 L.aMothe, De- troit. Sailing Club, Physics Club. DWYER, KAREN A., Ph.B., English. 9630 E. Outer Dr., Detroit. Student Council - Sec'y, Kappa Beta Gamma-Social Chairman, Varsity News-Campus Ed., Choral Group-Publicity, Rose of Delta Sigma Pi, Homecoming Court 1957. EDISON, JAMES A., B.S., Mathematics. 16885 Oak- field, Detroit. Delta Sigma Phi, Sailing Club. Y ' i .Q-1. f 5 -. 2' f 1 ss wa, 7 A 6, M :za 1. A W i,.f M me .1 ., -. 6 2' .gf W 'L K ?M 'C . .. 'if WSF' ff 'W 'V' wp.. ff 'inu--H 'mrs' 'iw V rf 'M itll W A71 T... L , .f-A qg,,...,v ,....,f-,sf ! 303 Caeeiidotes for Degrees GUERNSEY, MARIANNE. B.S. in Ed., Education. 909 Ninth St., Bay City. Michigan. Sodality, Gamma Phi Sigma. Gamma Sigma Sigma, Coed Rifle Team, Physical Ed. Club. HACKETT. CLAIRE L., B.S. in Ed., Education. 13523 Stoepel. Detroit. HAHN. MARIANNE L., B.S., Med. Tech. 811 Fleming St., Jackson. Michigan. HALPIN. DONALD J., B.S., Physical Education. 1424 Ruffner. B higan. HARBUL. P., B.S., Chemistry. 14650 N. Yost. Alle' ri. Knights of Columbus. HECKLIB . A., B.S., Chemistry. 9650 N. Martindale 'oit, Michigan. Sigma Delta- Sgt.-at-Arn ub. Coed Rifle Team-Treas. HENNINC B.S. in Ed., Education. 4245 24th St.. I Football. HIBBELN Ph.B., History. Women's League - a Beta Gamma -- Parliament- arian. . at -1 " "1 4.4, 9. it 1 4 1 NVQ' G .t ' i'k..TQ1' A " . - 5:1 ,X f 'st ' tr' .- '. as U y. A.. ...,. . W V - I h- N h fs ,XXX , ig .' ' I xx XX . ' ' "' Sr: X.. Q 4 . .,. V, !- sshsiuf 5 . 3 ft- 'svm...,.,.,,, .Q .is f,f,,-- Q.. .. , .gg .. tw . .ft -. .. rg sg .yr l . swf? ,, 8711? 5 5 ' i. ,f 'wade "SZ"--1-4 ew "Qin " V ff . 7 4 .529 'A la c e' , -:- 1 Cz! T lat' Q . 1 h. 7 . , X ' 1 . -' Q ' X it aff? '- A iQ J ,i . 1 f 1 .. fuss' t .- M Q 1 ' 4' ' '25 'VS if-gk' 9 1 1 4 5 F - if , ,V I ' 'I' ' , D3 'fr' ' V.. Q ' WSW' 'Niki-nvii' Ji X HOFFMAN, CAROL A., Ph.B., English. 25901 Lois Lane, Detroit. Delta Zeta Sorority, Homecoming Sec'y, Lambda Iota Tau-Sec'y, SNEA, Freshman Welcome Tea-Chairman. HOLOWICKI, BERNARD H., B.S. in Ed., Physical Education. 4748 Brandon, Detroit. Physical Education Club. HOREN, MARY CLAIRE, B.S. in Ed., English. 4215 Sheridan Dr., Royal Oak, Michigan. Young Republicans, Red Cross Board. HOVLAND, NANCY J., B.S. in Ed., Education. 515 E. Sixth St., Royal Oak, Michigan. Delta Zeta. HUMAN, LARAINE A., B.S. in Ed., Education. 9442 Conant, Detroit. Kappa Beta Gamma-President, Stu- dent Council--l957-58, Women's League-1957-58. HYEK, RAYMOND A., B.S. in Ed., Physical Education. 28348 Walker, Warren, Michigan. Physical Education Club. ISOLA, ANDREW C., Ph.B., Psychology. 54 N. Colum- bus Ave., Mt. Vernon, New York. Delta Sigma Phi. JERIS, JUDITH A., B.S., Mathematics. 23640 Newell Circle, Farmington, Michigan. Gamma Sigma Sigma, Coed Rifle, Gamma Phi Sigma. JERZYLO, JAMES J., B.S., Biology. 2716 Trowbridge, Hamtramck, Michigan. Alpha Epsilon Delta. JONES, DOUGLAS, B.S., Chemistry. 5253 Grayton, Detroit. Alpha Epsilon Delta-Pledgemaster and Presi- dent, IFC, Chem. Club. JURDZINSKI. JOANN T., Ph.B., Sociology. 5938 Bald- win, Detroit. KACHNOWSKI, DANIEL B., B.S. in Ed., Education. 2266 Edsel Ford East, Detroit. Band - Vice-Pres., Sodality. KAYE, I .B., English. 1487 N. Renaud gd., Gro vlichigan. Sigma Sigma Sigma, ailing C ,gf ,aw-ya KAZMII ENEVIEVE A., Ph.B., Soci- """ mi ology. 3E Hamtramck, Michigan. Kappa 1 Beta Ga J, SNEA. me 1 """"' f KELLEF Ph.B., Sociology. 22001 Le- I --ff ' ix ...ggi-11' giver, V . Sodality, Red Cross Board, K A ' orus. KELLY, S., Mathematics. 1929 Woods- , , boro, Rc in. .1 A I f KENNE JISE, B.S. in Ed., Education. A A 2455 Cl troit. Carnival Sec'y, Home- coming 1 , i t IK, .,,A ,mm KEYES. .s. in Ed., Education. 15009 , W ffm Nt Wi Manor, Q N , SVIIZFER s. in Ed., Education. 20641 I -I, -4 ,.... 6 gewf Pte. Woods, Michigan. Sigma W , """" Sigma Si 1ncil. W Y mf .. KIRSAN E., Bs., Mathematics. 10494 K Nottingh trus-President. 4-A . ' e , X aa was im """ 1 A x 3 5 I 1 A 5 Y. tw - X N s we-gc' X Si 'WY' KUCIE, MARY ANN, Ph.B., English. 1635 E. Maple Rd., Royal Oak, Michigan. Players, Fresco. KURCZEWSKI, HENRY J., B.S. in Ed., Education. 49600 Ryan Rd., Utica, Michigan. SNEA, International Relations Club. KURTH, CAROL A., A.B., English. 1048 Yorkshire Rd., Grosse Pte., Michigan. LACKOMAR, STEVEN S., B.S., Chemistry. 12018 Whithorn, Detroit. LA CROIX, ALTHER C., B.S. in Ed., Education. 6028 Hazlett, Detroit. Alpha Kappa Alpha. LAFRENIERE, JEAN E., Ph.B., English. 9563 Rutland, Detroit. Pi Delta Phi-Vice-Pres., Lambda Iota Tau, Air Force ROTC Sweetheart-1955-56. LA PONSA, SARAH ANN, B.S. in Ed., Education. 314 Stephens Rd., Grosse Pte. Farms, Michigan. Gamma Sigma Sigma, SNEA, Sodality. LE VASSEUR, ROBERT J., B.S., Chemistry. 15230 Seymour, Detroit. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Fencing Team, Knights of Columbus. LEWIS, MARY A., B.S., Biology. 8507 Hendrie Blvd., Huntington Woods, Michigan. Delta Zeta-Vice-Pres. LOUWERS, JAMES R., B.S. in Ed., Education. 10901 Somerset, Detroit. Kappa Sigma Kappa-President, IFC Delegate, Registration, Homecoming Committee-1958, Intramurals. LUIBRAND, MARY LOUISE, B.S. in Ed., Psychology. 12522 Racine, Detroit. LUKASZEWSKI, DARLENE L., B.S. in Ed., Education. 32620 E. Jefferson, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. Kappa Beta Gamma. W, 0, 1 .,,,,, 'wwf-f E W Blau '70 Rfk 2' 3 'T , KLATT, LEON A., Ph.B., Psychology. 6727 Baldwin, Detroit. Student Council, Tau Kappa Epsilon-President. KLIKUS, DONALD E., B.S. in Ed., Education. 12000 Maiden, Detroit. KOESSLER, PAUL J., B.S., Mathematics. Old Lake Shore Rd., Lake View. New York. KONSOWSKI, STEPHEN G.. B.S., Physics. 8008 Ex- canaba Ave., Chicago, Illinois. Knights of Columbus- Chairman 84 Trustee, Chicago Club of U of D-Past Pres., American Rocket Society, 22 Club. KOVARIK, ROBERT C., B.S., Physics. 7201 S. Artesian Ave., Chicago, Illinois. Chi Sigma Phi, Band-Drum Major, Air Force ROTC. KOWALCZYK, RICHARD L. A.B., English. 15052 Charles R. St., East Detroit, Michigan. Tower-Business Manager, Fresco. KOWALCZYK, ROBERT S., A.B., English. 15052 Charles R., East Detroit, Michigan. Tower-Copy Editor, Fresco. KRONNER, MARY AGNES, B.S. in Ed., Education. 14167 Mapleridge, Detroit. Sodality, East Side Car Pool, Chairman-Student Council Christmas Program-1957, Fresh. Orientation Leader, Freshman Welcome Dance- fc! -. . . dqmw X AW . me "GV fx if bw V. 1-W .' , ' 'f , ff " t ' Q P ' ' is "' " vf ,Z fi. Igif, . ., . 'i . . . ff if I . -'ff-Q A 01' 6 2 3 ' 'A 1 3 W i . ,,,..s , as-W ff' .. 8 f ' 'OV or K.fa-v A L- 4 MACKS, VICTOR W., Ph.B., Sociology. 4170 Seneca, Detroit. Sodality. MAEGERLEIN, ROBERT C., B.S., Chemistry. 6355 Steadman, Dearborn, Michigan. Chemistry Club, Flint- locks, American Chemical Society. MARION, JOSEPHINE V., B.S. in Ed., Education. 16210 Cheyenne, Detroit. Sodality, Education Club, Homecoming Committee. MARTZ, MARGARET J., B.S. in Ed., Education. 2594 W. McNichols, Detroit. Theta Phi Alpha-Rec. Sec'y, Women Students' League- Rec. Sec'y, Ski Club- Accommodations, R. A. R. MCCANN, MICHAEL E., A.B., Philosophy. 619 N. 68th St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. President-Student Council, Student Union Board of Governors, Athletic Advisory Board, St. Francis Club-Treasurer, Homecoming- 1957, Fresco, Carnival. McEVOY, MICHAEL J., Ph.B., Psychology. 20436 Cameron, Detroit. Magi-President, Sec'y. Interfraternity Council-Sec'y, Representative to Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Youth. MCGILLIS, SHARON A., B.S. in Ed. 3047 Burlingame, Detroit. SNEA. MQGLYNN, PAUL C., Ph.B., English. 13409 Robson, Detroit. Varsity News, Lambda Iota Tau. 305 C rwdiclotes for Degrees 4,5 A was """'w... . .V T 7' ' -r-'I' 'i"'-1'-V X Ai .. Arr I Strat' C tv' .4 Q .-, 1,-f1..,,' . A553 Af:-1 . ,A V V in p . -. ,Luig i-4 I ' a . , 'LX .i - ' . ,,.q..,, . . ...tie 5 5 .... f . In ,,,,, N . y .. . - .- , 7? Wy - f .. , V -M- 'u Q I MONACELLI, MARY LOUISE, Ph.B. English. 5927 Kensington, Detroit. Sodality, Chorus, Lambda Iota Tau. MONROE, CHARLES F., B.S. Math. 2044 Alameda, I Detroit. Delta Sigma Phi. A MORAND, PAUL W., Ph.B. Communication Arts. 4847 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago, Illinois. Broadcasting Guild. Players, Varsity News. MOROUSE. JAMES R., A.B. Communication Arts. 21722 Redmond, East Detroit. Broadcasting Guild, . Student Director-WTVS, Varsity News. MOSQRYAK, DOLORES, B.S. Education. 3594 Capitol, 1 Warren, Michigan. Delta Zeta, SNEA, Ski Club. 1 MURPHY, FRANCIS M., Ph.B. History. 10130 Aurora, 0 Detroit. MURPHY. NORMAN E., Ph.B. Philosophy. 6317 W. Outer Drive, Detroit. Alpha Chi, Flying Club, Philosophy Club. MURRAY, MAUREEN C., B.S. in Ed. Education. 16603 Tracey, Detroit. NAHRGANG, MARY CATHERINE, Ph.B. Sociology. 18980 Northlawn, Detroit. Sigma Sigma Sigma-Treas., I Young Democrats. NELSON, ELIZABETH F., B.S. in Ed. Education. Q 16764 Westmoreland, Detroit. NOPPER, DONALD N., Ph.B. Economics. 2732 Cop- I land Blvd. Toledo, Ohio. Delta Phi Epsilon, Student Union Bd. of Governors, Dorm Council. NUNNELEY. MARY V., Ph.B. Psychology. 1462 Lake- wood Rd., Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. . . 6 s . . IW' cr .sl ws' 5 ,f-fx - er" ' 5.1 J 49 i,,'Zr4'S" 'Qu' X !,,'L.' QQ TQ.. ,,g' i 3 al Si, sf ,, 1 1 - ezgss b sw. 0, it 'V v- ... . gk..-4 ww P ' Ways : .kk W, 'QP fi 1 ' f YT' H I.. " F540 . -iv , it I fi fv- 7 EL X 306 MCCORISK, CHARLES T., Ph.B., Political Science 2702 Marquette, Detroit. XGI-Sec., Booster Club, Young Democrats. MERCIER, MARGARET H., Ph.B. English. 1255 Buckingham, Grosse Pointe. Theta Phi Alpha, Players, Varsity News. MERLINO, RosE J.. Ph.B. English. 5668 Bingham, Dearborn. Sodality, Homecoming Committee, Tower, Varsity News. MERRILL.. GEORGE J-, PUB- POliti931...SQ9!19fL..1.198 Coolidge, Detroit. Philosophy Club, Young Republicans MESSINGSCHLAGER, JOHN R., B.S. Math. R.R. 5162, Walton, Kentucky. Delta Phi Epsilon, Physics Club. 1' MEYERS, EARL L., B.S. in Ed. Education. 187001 Royal O-ak. Golf Team. is MOBLEY, MARY LEE, Ph.B. English. 3682 Somerse. Dr., Detroit. Kappa Beta Gamma, '57 Sadie Shuffle Committee, Culture Series, Young Democrats, '55 Mother-Daughter Tea. - ' s sssgs .Qs Wise' . Wfftvf .1-ee' '-anus.. " X 1. 'ft 3. . 1 New T, . E I 'iksgs 5489 qw? . , , ,fu-' O'DONNELL, GLORIA C., B.S. ini Ed. Education. 12409 Loretto, Detroit. Kappa Beta Garnma-Chaplain. OLDANI, ROBERT B., Ph.B. Psychology. 19487 Forrer, Detroit. l O'MARA, PATRICK R., Ph.B. Political Science. 4388 E. Sanilac, Carsonville, Michigan. F O'REILLY, WILLIAM E., B.S. Chemistry. 1059 Bed- ford, Grosse Pointe Park, Michigant Sailing Club, Chemistry Club. 1 ORGREN, CARL F., Ph.B. Englishl 14770 Dexter, Detroit. 1 PALMER, ANGELYN C., Ph.B. Sociology. 18509 Griggs, Detroit. Student Council, Womens League, Theta Phi'Alpha, Soglality, Con. of Christian Doctrine. Volunteer Bureau ' 'PPfRCH'ETA7-GELRPQILB'cI:TPhTBTEn'glish. 6951 Oak- man Blvd., Detroit. PAULE, PAUL E., B.S. in Ed. Education. 2345 Norman, Detroit. Alpha Phi Omega, Chorus, Carnival, WTVS Workshop. i 1 Woodworth, Detroit. 1 Q MINNEBO, JAMES P., B.S. Math. 3530 Y0l'ba Lin fi 4 PEARL, JEANNETTE A., B.S. in Ed. Education. 17377 Warrington, Detroit.- PEARSON, BARBARA KAY, B.S. in Ed. Physical Edu- cation. 17225 Robert St., Southfield, Michigan. Gamma Sigma Sigma, Physical Education Club, Head Drum Majorette. POIRIER, CHARLES P., B.S. Physics. 140 Elm, River Rouge, Michigan. Alpha Phi Omega, Physics Club. Sailing Club. 3. History. 8294 Brent- Philosophy Club, Great in Ed. Education. 4422 Math. 5239 Three Mile English. 8119 Yolanda, omecoming Committee, n Ed. Education. 19477 'yn mln, .Wu " wwf'- iv' an-wr Arts ond Sciences 'YN H'-W . 'fi'-Rst gi" J-fw 9- fx if x L ii 'v5 '--af. i 'mfs' r A 'Y' me K' at ,svn ,,,.- t X' is I sw Jw xg "3-I-R1 wwf RICK, PAUL G., B.S. Chemistry. 12673 Joann, Detroit. RILEY, THOMAS F., Ph.B. Economics. 710 Glenwood, Jackson, Michigan. RINNA, THOMAS E., B.S. in Ed. Education. 64W Maple, River Rouge, Michigan. ROEK, DEREK J., B.S. Math. 19635 Eastwood, Harper Woods, Michigan. ROULAND, ANNETTE T., B.S. in Ed. Education. 13919 Montrose, Detroit. ROY, PATRICIA M., Ph.B. English. 7564 Randy Dr., Nankin Twp., Michigan. Varsity News. RUANE, MAUREEN, B.S. in Ed. Education. 17335 Fielding, Detroit. Kappa Beta Gamma, Sodality. RUGGLES, GLENN I., B.S. in Ed. History. 339 Breck- inridge, Ferndale, Michigan. SNEA, Human Relations Club, Political Union, Tower. .an-.K PWR- XX.. wa if .-3 5C:ofi1Li . K 5' 'YP' ' 3? ,. ,. xx' 422 MQ' ,ss W , PUZIO, MARY ANNE, Ph.B. English. 19972 Stotter, Detroit. Gamma Sigma Sigma, Gamma Phi Sigma, Chorus, Rifle Team. RABY, JOHN A., B.S. in Ed. Education. 4762 Spring- wells, Detroit. RACZKOWSKI, BARBARA J., B.S. Chemistry. 8167 Woodlawn, Detroit. Cheerleaders, Student Council. So- dality, Chemistry Club, Polud Club, AFROTC Court. RAEPSAET, GEORGE E., B.S. Biology. 14936 Lappin. Detroit. REAGAN, FRANK D., B.S. in Ed. Physical Education. 9110 Forrer, Detroit. Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball, Sigma Phi Epsilon. REBAR, LEROY M., Ph.B. History. 20420 Yonka, Detroit. Phi Alpha Theta, Human Relations Club, Young Democrats. REES, MARY ELL.EN, Ph.B. English. 15 Bruce Pk. Drive, Trenton, New Jersey. Varsity News, Theta Phi Alpha, Lambda Iota Tau. REESIDE, LAWRENCE L., Ph.B. Political Science. 15228 Crescentwood, East Detroit. Young Democrats. REGNIER, MARY JO, B.S. Education. 11311 Nashville, Detroit. REILLY, GERALD D., B. S. Chemistry. 16876 Santa Rosa, Detroit. Sigma Phi Epsilon. RICHARD, MARY KATHLEEN, Ph.B. Sociology. 19340 Sorrento, Detroit. '57 Carnival Secretary, Theta Phi Alpha-Vice-Pres., '57 Sadie Shuffle-Gen. Chrmn., Women's League-Vice-Pres., Student Adv. Bd. on Athletics. RICHARD, MADELEINE J., B.S. in Ed. Education. 2635 Holbrook, Detroit. SNEA. Q . 5 if as 5 X 3 at , X rr X' v-.M , --n--" f """"""' an-K 'wad 41-. 40" .lift 'I .-4'7" Q i , . . ,f .1 .. . f A . . gggyv-.w.wWa.. AW? ' .s . 1 P . ' " . xi 57: vw- I ig. 'X ' 307 ,mg iiclotes for Degrees n T-,V Q, 5,3 I , V, - I - ' -.- x f X X ----r " 2 get 1 V -cf 4 Wi' ,' We ' .f wunvft-St? p 9 28 1 "1-. .' V Aw' Sl" - ' ., ,,- SCHLOFF, KAY D., Ph.B. Political Science. 12758 Argyle, Wyandotte, Michigan. Gamma Pi Epsilon-Pres., Flying Club-Sec'y. Angel Flight, ACCY, Sodality. Homecoming Committee-'57 and '58, Student Council, Pan-Hellenic Council, Theta Phi Alpha, Young Demo- crats-Sec'y. SCHMITZERLE, DONALD D., Ph.B. Psychology. 18132 Cardoni, Detroit. Alpha Chi, Varsity News- Circulation Mgr. SCHOENHERR, ROGER J., B. S. Biology. 8650 Cen- tral, Center Line, Michigan. Chorus. SCHULTE, JOANNE M., Ph.B. Psychology. 4315 Trum- bull, Detroit. SCHWARTZ, WILLIAM L., Ph.B. Psychology. 9860 Nottingham, Detroit. Sodality, Assoc. of U.S. Army, Volunteer Bureau. Sociology Club. SCUDLO, LOUISE MARIE, B.S. in Ed. Education. 1265 Lathrup, Saginaw, Michigan. Con. of Christian Doctrine. SEEL, PHYLLIS B., B.S. in Ed. Education. 18061 Indi- ana, Detroit. SNEA. SEHEE, PATRICIA M., B.S. in Ed. English. 7422 Mar- SALADA, MARY JANE, B.S. in Ed. Education. 1262 Maryland, Grosse Pointe Pk., Michigan. Delta Zeta, Psi Chi, Education Club, Women's League. SANTIMORE, ROBERTA L., B.S. in Ed. Education. 27170 Johnny Cake Lane, Royal Oak, Michigan. Delta Zeta, Chorus, Sailing Club, Education Club. SAUVE, ANNE MARIE, Ph.B. English. 18171 Vaughan, Detroit. WTVS Art Staff. SAYLOR, MARILEE K., B.S. in Ed. Education. 1429 Kensington, Grosse Pointe Pk., Michigan. Delta Zeta, '58 Sadie Shuffle-Gen. Chrmn., '57 8L '58 Carnival, Homecoming Committees. SCALLEN, MIKE D., A.B. Journalism. 1341 Bishop, Grosse Pte., Michigan. Kappa Sigma Kappa-Corr. Sec., Varsity News-Sports Editor, Men's Union, Titan Booster Club-Co-Chrmn. SCHAETZL, JOHANNA F., B.S. English. 10311 Bea- consfield, Detroit. SCHANG, LENORE ANN., B.S. in Ed. 8109 Mettetal, Detroit. Gamma Phi Sigma, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Chorus. SCHEMBRI, ANDREW V., B.S. in Ed. Education. 2333 Sharon. Detroit. NS., . ' Q .N tw is 45 ,",.:N iv 2 iw. xg! 1 Gif' iz t S f gf-X wtreff' '-' Q ., 'lgk-s.,,,V,,. 1 f ' 'xmas-we 9 U M , Y Us M. """'t-c ry CYD' x Nm 'M , 7 Y Q ld will ew '-ushr',7 cus, Detroit. Lambda Iota Tau-Pres. , . lr lgigg SHANNON, ELIZABETH ANN, Ph.B. Political Science. I , X42 ,t.. . 0 . 76 Tennyson. Highland Park, Michigan. Theta Phi Alpha, 1 9 p Sodality, CCD, Women's League. A :Rah - -1 SHEARER,RODERICK C.,A.B. History. 9499 E.outer wg '53 Q? 'H' I- tl Drive, Detroit. Magi-Vice-Pres., Phi Alpha Theta- 7, 9... , "' ' ""' " Vice-Pres., SNEA. Carnival, student Council. mt- . f SHEDLOCK, BARBARA ANN, B.S. in Ed. Education. ' 8038 Dobel, Detroit. SHEIBLEY, DEAN W., B.S. Professional Chemistry. 671 Maple, Fostoria, Ohio. Chemistry Club, 22 Club Reno Hall Dorm Council. SHOEMAKER, MARGARET M., Ph.B. Political Philos- ophy. 19014 Eureka, Wyandotte, Michigan. SIPSOCK, JOANNE C., Ph.B. Sociology. 11774 Payton Detroit. Majorettes. Radio Guild, Sodality. SKOWRONSKI, GERALD F., Ph.B. Communication Arts. 477 Lenox, Detroit. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Speech Club. SKUBA, MAGDALEN M., B.S. Professional Chemistry. 11695 Farley, Detroit. Air Force Queen, Chemistry Club, Polud Club. SKUTAR, MICHAEL, JR., Ph.B. Political Science. 1327 Drexel, Detroit. Debate team, K of C, Political Union. SLUBOWSKI, CONNIE LEE. B.S. Biology. 1732 Chest- nut, Wyandotte, Michigan. Theta Phi Alpha, Army ROTC Sweetheart, Homecoming Court '57, Homecoming Committee. SMITH, LOUIS G.. Ph.B. Political Philosophy. 18900 Ferguson, Detroit. SOLOMON, MARY ANN, B.S. in Ed. Education. 1222 Bedford Rd., Grosse Pte. Pk., Michigan. SNEA-Treas. 1 9 308 , if f Q,-5. nf U, 7 4.4 pm, 'U ' rf "' 7 1 O td"-N. diff' "'2-29' A, , 1. SPERRY, ROBERT E., Ph.B. English. 5759 Bluehill. Detroit. XGI's, French Club. STAPLETON, JAMES J., B.S. Physics. 1940 Clarendon Dr., Toledo, Ohio. Varsity Tennis, Speech Club, Cham- ber Music Club. ST ARRET PATRICIA ANN, B.S. Math. 29682 Pleasant Trail, Birmingham, Michigan. Chemistry Club, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Sailng Club. STEFANI, GREGORY T., A.B. Philosophy. 18600 Birchcrest, Detroit. Sodality. STEWART, ROBERT B., B.S. Physics. 22730 Mylls, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. Arnold Air Society, AFROTC Rifle Team. STOWE, GEORGE, Ph.B. Psychology. New Hope Road, Gastonia, N.C. STRIMAS, LARRY B., B.S. in Ed. Physical Education. 3421 S. Lowe, Chicago, Ill. Football, "D" Club, "22" Club. SULLIVAN, DIANE H., B.S. in Ed. Education. 14317 Wade, Detroit. Broadcasting Guild, Majorette, Home- coming Committee. i 1 College of Arts cmd Sciences 'lma--.4 Q' 1 -65" fix 1 I' 'ex' 3 5 ,sees cm., ... J HE- Q W f 34 524 I ug 1 f i", . I K., sr , 'l Y, wx ef. c. Q-if we :ae wif v L 7 VZT7 SULLIVAN, FRANK D., Ph.B. Sociology. 239 Cort- land, Highland Park, Michigan. I SULLIVAN, MAUREEN H., Ph.B. English. 22620 East River Road, Grosse Ile, Michigan. Pi Delta Phi-Vice- Pres. SUMELLA, GLORIA ANN, B.S. in Ed. Education. 17316 Hamburg, Detroit. Sodality, Gamma Pi Epsilon, Theta Phi Alpha, Junior .Class Committee. SWEENEY, VIRGINIA ANN, B.S. in Ed. Education 18311 San Juan, Detroit. Theta Phi Alpha-Pres., CCD, Sodality. 1 , TENER, PATRICIA HQ, B.S. in Ed. Education. 15825 Edmore Dr., Detroit. Psi Chi. I THOMAS, ARMELIA W., B. Mus. Ed., Instr. Music. 3992 Harding, Detroit. TISCHLER, EMILIA ANN, B.S. in Ed. Education. 9546 Vaughan, Detroit. Gamma Sigma Sigma-Vice-Pres. TOWLE, MARY ELLEN, B.S. in Ed. Education. 282 Newport, Detroit. Delta Zeta. I TROY, RONALD J., Ph.B. Psychology. 2220 Clawson, Royal Oak, Michigan. Golf Team, Basketball. TRUDELL, MARY ANN, B.S. in Ed. Education. 8340 Carlin, Detroit. Gammal Sigma Sigma. URIARTE, ANTHONY H., Ph.B. History. 1750 Salina, Dearborn, Michigan. Human Relations Club-Sec., CCD, Varsity News, Phi Alpha Theta, Young Democrats. VAUGHAN, TERENCE D., Ph.B. Sociology. 18421 Annchester Rd., Detroit. Alpha Phi Omega, CCD, Fresh- men Orientation Committee, Freshmen Welcome Dance -Chmn., Homecomingl Committee, Human Relations Club, Sociology Club, Viarsity News, Volunteer Bureau, Young Democrats. 1 WEBER, CHARLES QW., B.S. Chemistry. 12297 Flanders, Detroit. Alpha Epsilon Delta. WEISS, JUDY ANN, B.S. in Ed. Education. 3544 York- shire, Detroit. Sailing Club. , w1ELUsz, JENNIE, B.S. in Ed. Education. 2406 Bors- ford, Detroit. SNEA. I I WILLIAMS, JAMES JOSEPH, Ph.B. Communication Arts. Eastways Farm, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Kappa Sigma Kappa-Rec. Sec., Homecoming Committees, Carnival. 3 WILLIAMS, JAMES PATRICK, B.S. Math. 12900 Memorial, Detroit. Alpha Chi, Philosophy Club, French Club. i ZATE, GLADYS LORRAINE, B.S. in Ed. Education. 2963 Elmhurst, Detroit. ,Delta Omicron-Pres. ZUCHLEWSKI, ESTEIJLE F., B.S. in Ed. Education. 19311 Woodston, Detroit. Gamma Sigma Sigma. V . 1 1 i 309 , . Q I i I Conclidcttes for Degrees ALLEN. LYND R., B.S. Accounting. 16195 Wooding- ham, Detroit. XGI's. ANDERSON, DONALD LEE, B.S. Accounting. 18507 Lindsay, Detroit. Delta Sigma Pi, Ski Club. ANDERZAK, CLARE M., B.B.A. Business Manage- ment. 1314 Nowlin, Dearborn, Michigan. ATZBERGER. FRANK, B.S. Finance. 3765 W. 213 St., Cleveland, Ohio. Delta Sigma Pi, Blue Key, Student Council, S.U. Bd. of Governors, Holden Hall Dorm Council, Homecoming Committee, Management Club, Junior Prom Committee, Booster Club. AUSTIN. JAMES G., B.S. Economics 8267 Wisconsin, Detroit. Delta Phi Epsilon-Pres., Student Union, Home- coming Committee, XGI's. BAK, ARTHUR S., B.S. General Business. 18073 Goulburn, Detroit. Soph. Vice-Pres. BALL, JOSEPH F., JR., B.B.A. Accounting. 15338 Sor- rento, Detroit. Interfraternity Council, Alpha Phi Omega. BALDWIN, PATRICIA J., Secretarial Science. 9216 Cheyenne, Detroit. Sigma Sigma Sigma. :N g ,la -sql? 1114 f ggvgfiif y . t -f . -4, ,M '-if 5 . . g , . ,hi .gm D. -wg X 4 , 2 ' i 'xp 3 Q ' l 5 if F X N- ,N'Q",a V 5,111.3 . s,,,,.," S? Nd 'W-w.-yi . -. ff. ., . xii., I vvl' M ii g .-:f kwa X A . s t, 0 we "' ee t Q I 4. s w,g...,-f --INV A' If i Wag ,rw 2 ..,. i ' , 1 f wr- A 1,2 --'Ap - ffl mf 4 J 5 N ' . K ,'s"' .1 ' ' f W' - - em-1----4 K, 5S,..,, ' E. fs. W, 'Zap-57's aw-W ... aw 'VQWV ,- J sto -'4s..a,,q! uv' X I., I .- rgmo J 4373 are-P' , .I 'Ni' "Y21".,1'3P' BARKO, DAVID E., B.B.A. Management. 9360 Fox, Allen Park, Michigan. BARKUME, DONALD H., B.S. Accounting. 11410 Lakepointe, Detroit. Alpha Kappa Psi, Sailing Club, Soc. for Adv. of Management. BATCHELLER, CHARLES T., B.S. Economics. 15828 Santa Rosa, Detroit. BECK, CHARLES, JR., B.S. Accounting. 22125 Lange, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma. BERNS, WILLIAM J., B.S. Economics. 242 Provencal Road, Grosse Pte. Farms, Michigan. BISMACK, DONALD J., B.B.A. Business Management and Economics. 2118 Tyler, Berkley, Michigan. BLAHUT, ROBERT E., B.S. Accounting and Education. 15812 Cherrylawn, Detroit. Tau Kappa Epsilon. BNCKENMYER, CHARLES A., B.S. Marketing. 1809 Perth, Toledo, Ohio. Marketing Club, Management Club. BOERSIG, DAVID A., B.S. Marketing. 17365 Ilene, Detroit. Alpha Kappa Psi-Vice-Pres., K of C, Market- ing Club. BOLGER, DONALD M., B.S. Industrial Management. 14877 Stoepel, Detroit. Delta Sigma Pi, Soc. for Adv. of Management. BONNICE, JOSEPH G., B.B.A. Business Management. 1003 School, Clawson, Michigan. BOWEN, ROY S., B.S. Foreign Trade. 1355 Somerset Road, Grosse Pte. Park, Michigan. Delta Sigmta Pi, K of C. BOWKER, JOHN RICHARD, B.S. Economics and Busi- ness Administration. 17406 Ilene, Detroit. Student Coun- cil--Treas., S.U. Bd. of Governors, Orientation Commit- tee, Blue Key-Vice-Pres., Sodality, Phi Sigma Kappa- Vice-Pres., S.A.M.E.-Pres., Marketing Club, Flintlocks, CCD, AROTC, Booster Club, Interfraternity Council, Management Club. BRISSON, DONALD A., B.B.A. Management. 444 Kitchener, Detroit. BRUBAKER, MELVIN C., B.B.A. Management 14929 Evanston, Detroit. Dowling Club-Sec'y., Student Coun- cil, Alpha Kappa Psi-Sec'y. BRUNACKEY, JAMES C., B.B.A. Industrial Manage- ment and Relations. 144 N. Military, Detroit. Soc. for Adv. of Management. BRZEZINSKI, JOHN G., B.S. Industrial Management. 31615 Norrid Circle, Warren, Michigan. Soc. for Adv. of Management. BURKART, GEORGE JR., B.S. Economics and Busi- ness Administration. 2077 Roseland, Royal Oak, Mich- igan. Delta Sigma Pi. 1. . X... , .QQ Xi? 'mg' -rmvx A Q-,JP . , ...fi -V 'W .X sf Ark 1, . , 1 CIOLINO, NICHOLAS F., B.B.A. Industrial Relations. 3547 Springle, Detroit. Management Club. CLARK, BENJAMIN W., B.S. -Economics. 19941 Fair- way Drive, Grosse Pte. Woods, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi. COAKLEY, KENNETH J., B.S. Economics. 12749 Nashville, Detroit. COLE, ROBERT L., B.B.A. Accounting. 3942 Haver- hill, Detroit. COLLINS, DANIEL P., B.S. General Business. 15373 Mendota, Detroit. Varsity Football, "D" Club. COLOMBO, GERALD J., B.S. General Business. 5905 Harvard, Detroit. Phi Sigma Kappa-Pres., Soc. for Adv. of Management. COMER, RUSSELL J., JR., B.B.A. Management. 4138 Burns, Lincoln Park, Michigan. Alpha Kappa Psi. CONDINO, VINCENT, B.S. Biology. 1105 Audubon. Grosse Pointe Pk., Michigan. Magi. COSGROVE, TERRANCE L., B.S. Economics and Business Administration. 11861 Lakepointe, Detroit. COTNER, RAYMOND W., B.B.A. Accounting. 12089 Rossiter, Detroit. COYNE, BERNARD, B.S. Business Management. 3215 Drexel, Detroit. Kappa Sigma Kappa. CREPEAU, EDMOND L., B.S. Industrial Management and Relations. 34 Asylum, Woonsocket, R.I. Soc. for Adv. of Management-Vice-Pres. CUNNINGHAM, JAMES T., B.S. Accounting. 15726 Auburn, Detroit. Chorus. CYRANSKI, WALDEMAR C., B.B.A. Management. 7571 Stockton, Detroit. Dowling Club-Vice-Pres., Alpha Kappa Psi-Vice-Pres., See'n Effer-Business Editor. DECKER, GERALD L., B.S. Industrial Management. 17041 Waveney, Detroit. Soc. for Adv. of Management. DELOREY, GEORGE M., B.S. Accounting. 8792 De- Soto, Detroit. DENNIS, HOWARD P., B.B.A. Management. 3148 Jarvis, Warren, Michigan. DETTLOFF, FRANK R., B.S. Accounting. 5535 York- shire, Detroit. DIEHR, RAYMOND L., B.S. General Business. 314 Otis, Hazel Park, Michigan. Marketing Club, Manage- ment Club. DINELLO, GILBERT J., B.S. General Business. 17971 Veronica, East Detroit. Players, Marketing Club, Man- agement Club. qz mr M3 Krew' V S-if 4 fs,--fy .-...af . CALCAGNO, CHARLES J., B.S. Accounting. 14870 Cruse, Detroit. CAMPBELL, THOMAS L., B.S. Accounting. 1448 Now- lin, Dearborn, Michigan. Alpha Kappa Psi-Pres., Inter- fraternity Council-Treas., Det. Military Society-Treas., Assoc. of U.S. Army-Treas., AROTC. CAPSTICK, KAYE D., B.S. Marketing. 16950 Lexington, Detroit. Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Sigma Nu. CAPP, STANLEY L., B.S. Economics. 980 South Re- naud, Grosse Pte. Woods, Michigan. CAUCHON, VINCENT F., B.B.A. Accounting. 1022 N. Kenwood, Royal Oak, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi. CHAPERON, RICHARD E., B.B.A. Accounting. 16144 Littlefield, Detroit. CHATEAU, ROBERT E., B.B.A. Accounting. 8631 Centralia, Dearborn, Michigan. Alpha Sigma Nu, Delta Sigma Pi, Bowling League-Vice-Pres.,Student Council- Sec'y. CIANCIOLO, JOHN S., B.S. Accounting. 4618 Three Mile Dr., Detroit. 2 f , VI .. . Jim Q Y Q' 1 5 Z,k,,W. If Ha, . ,i... xp. 1. i . L 5 , ' .-"Nm i . 5 was , - tt .lj 'W ff. 'iff .Q I N ,, , 1 . e w 1 X ,mf , Q f , , . sw f ,f , S. -mzzaw J 'QQ at Ir' A, , P 'rpm' 5 ..,,. . m,,.., . W R. .4 IW Q35-7' 'lv' 311 Conclidotes for Degrees DINGLER. GERALD R., B.B.A. Economics and Man- agement. 814 Woodcrest Dr., Royal Oak, Michigan. DOBRANSKI, STANLEY J., B.B.A. Accounting, 7310 Ashton. Detroit. DOLE. JOHN D., B.S. Marketing. 16606 Pierson, De- troit. Phi Sigma Kappa. DONKERS, JOHN A., B.B.A. Accounting. 17845 Car- doni. Detroit. K of C. DOWD, RICHARD F., B.S. Marketing. 468 McKinley Rd., Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Phi Sigma Kappa. DRABCZYK, EDWARD S., B.S. Industrial Manage- ment. 9305 Copland. Detroit. Soc. for Adv. of Manage- ment. Varsity Baseball. DRAKOS, JAMES, BBA. Industrial Relations. 2851 Woodbine. Detroit. DRENNAN, MATTTHEW P., B.S. Economics. 8751 La- Salle, Detroit. -tt., mall, 4 . R' - 3 ' sz -'S .-. N g m. .M H 6',, 1 ya, as ,J .A A M . Q, . si' XJ. 1' -V 6 ',, 2 WY, 'fbias' Q1 3 tiwqgs .9 C 'flew' X I 51-...Q ,Qa- .1 . .sf R msc-,A .6 .X -. 2 I 'WUT , .1 .ww GW .,f7 FORTIN, RICHARD R., B.S. Accounting . 8351 Hard- ing, Center Line. Michigan. FRYE, FRANCIS C., B.S. Economics. 15300 Biltmore, Detroit. XGI's. GAROFALO, ESTHER M., B.B.A. Business Manage- ment and Economics. 3427 Dickerson, Detroit. Phi Gamma Nu, Spring Carnival. GENDERNALIK, EDWARD J., B.B.A. Economics and Management. 5576 Devonshire, Detroit. GIGLIOTT, RALPH T., B.B.A. Marketing. 13388 Cam- den, Detroit. GOSINSKI, DIANE C., Secretarial Science. 14226 Far- ley, Detroit. Secretarial Science Club-Treas. GRACE, THOMAS M., B.S. Industrial Management and Relations. 15060 Forrer, Detroit. Delta Sigma Phi, Homecoming Committee, Carnival Committee, Soc. for Adv. of Management. GRANT, LARRY R., B.S. Accounting. 19362 Prevost, Detroit. 312 1 me 've .CX , t f.,,f ,aw- DUNN, TERRENCE F., B.B.A. Marketing. 3551 Edison, Trenton, Michigan. DUSSEAU, KENNETH E., B.S. Accounting. 424 S. Verlinden, Lansing, Michigan. EARP, SUZANNE M., B.S. General Business. 15027 Pinehurst, Detroit. Gamma Sigma Sigma. ECKHOUT, CHARLES R., B.B.A. Accounting. 22917 Schafer Dr., Mt. Clemens, Michigan. EMIG, NANCY J., B.B.A. Accounting. 11051 Promen- ade, Detroit. Phi Gamma Nu-Pres., Bowling League- Treas., Student Council-Rec. Sec'y., Ski Club. FALER, DIANE R., B.S. Accounting. 29118 Clarita, Livonia, Michigan. Soc. for Adv. of Management. FEDRIGON, ARTHUR C., B.B.A. Managemen-t and Economics. 18097 Pelkey, Detroit. FEHRIBACH, GEORGE B., B.B.A. Industrial Relations. 14648 Cloverlawn, Detroit. Delta Sigma Phi. FERNBAUGH, ROBERT G., B.B.A. Business Manage- ment. 22414 Wohlfeil, Dearborn, Michigan. FISHER, JOHN S., B.S. General Business. 14500 Tren- ton, Wyandotte, Michigan. Varsity Football, Jumbo Club. FITZGERALD, JAMES P., B.S. General Business. 18655 San Juan, Detroit. Tower--Mng. Ed. 81 Bus. Mgr., Delta Sigma Pi, Sailing Club, Ski Club. Marketing Club -Treas., Management Club, Sabres. FOLEY, MORGAN F., B.S. Accounting. 9000 Virginia, Livonia, Michigan. 'Jw ,pe ff' "3-.7:.'-it 'Til' ll me i - W ry 'Q'---. HEYART, RICHARD T., B.S. Industrial Management. 4264 Monroe, Ecorse, Michigan. Arnold Air Society, Soc. for Adv. of Management. HICKEY, RICHARD H., B.B.A. Industrial Relations. 15853 State Fair, Detroit. - HILDEBRAND, JOSEPH J., B.B.A. Marketing. 18684 Warwick, Detroit. HINSERG, DONALDJ., B.S. General Business. 18401 Bretton Drive, Detroit. Alpha Chi-Pres., Interfraternity Council, Homecoming committees, Soc. for Adv. of Management. ' HINTZEN, MATHEWS J ., B.S. Accounting. 12483 Lor- etto, Detroit. Delta Sigma Pi, XGI's, Bowling League, Spring Carnival. HOFFMAN, NED J., B.S. General Business. 1100 Chit- tock, Jackson, Michigan. Management Club, Marketing Club. HOIN, FRANK T., B.B.A. Management. 5092 Canter- bury Lane, Warren, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi, Bo-wling League. JAKUBIAK, EUGENE A., B.B.A. Accountnig. 13102 Gallagher, Detroit. JANIES, ANDREW B., B.S. Economics. 9032 Ohio, Detroit. Phi Sigma Kappa. JRVANETA, ANTONIO B., B.S. Economics. Mara- caibo, Venezuela. KANAN, MICHAEL, B.S. Accounting. 2238 Eastlawn, Detroit. Q-. 'W ew-...af Commerce cinci Fincince GARRIPEE, LESTER N., B.S. Accounting. 15340 Steel, Detroit. GRECH. GEORGE T., B.S. Marketing. 7569 Holmes, Detroit. Alpha Kappa Psi, Polud Club, Marketing Club, Bowling League. GRUBER, R. KENNETH, B.S. Marketing. 21339 Hills- dale, Fairview Park, Ohio. Holden Hall Dorm Council, Delta Sigma Pi-Vice-Pres., Men's Union, Student Council. HABEL, ALFRED F., B.B.A. Accounting. 22300 Cunr ningham, Warren, Michigan. K of C. HAHNKE. DORIS A., Secretarial Science. 17134 San Juan, Detroit. Secretarial Science Club, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Women's League, Red Cross Board. HAMMER, ORVILLE T., B.S. Accounting. 5560 W. Dunbar, Monroe, Michigan. Beta Alpha Psi-Sec'y. HARPER, DENNIS J., B.S. Accounting. 1340 E. Grand Blvd., Detroit. Delta Sigma Phi. HARPOLD, DANIEL J., B.S. Accounting. 790 Jewell, Ferndale, Michigan. Beta Alpha Psi. HEALY, GERALD F., B.B.A. Accounting. 9753 Martin- dale, Detroit. W S1 8 M-M raw f i YQ . , 'WK-21 Gm '1F""2XJr KENDRA, PETER J., B.B.A. Accounting. 340 Arlington, Inkster, Michigan. KENNEDY, THOMAS E., B.S. Marketing. 5752 Three Mile Drive, Detroit. Phi Sigma Kappa. KING, LEO M., B.B.A. Management. 15401 Sprenger, East Detroit. KING, ROBERT H, B.S. General Business. 15045 Prest, Detroit. Delta Sigma Phi, .Carnival, Homeco-ming. KLEIN, DONALD E., B.S. General Business. 14241 St. Marys, Detroit. Alpha Chi, Varsity News. KLEM, MARY ANN, Secretarial Science. 285 Lothrop, Grosse Pte. Farms, Michigan. Sodality, Secretarial Science Club. KOVIAK, JEROME A., B.S. Accounting. 17585 Cooley, Detroit. Alpha Phi Omega, Soc. for Adv. of Management. KRAUSER, KEVIN, B.S. General Business. 2901 Dick- erson, Detroit. 313 ciidotes for Degrees 1 7,186-' S . ice- Q --tc." E Sfbu Q .- . , .., Mk A Y. .. A 'Sf , A. A . .Mg .. f . P tele LOTTIER. LAWRENCE F., JR., B.S. Industrial Man- agement. 901 Gardner, Flossmoor, Illinois. St. Francis Club, Soc. for Adv. of Management. 4 LUPO. JAMES P., B.B.A. Accounting. 356 Hudson, Wyandotte. Michigan. MAAS. KENNETH P.. B.B.A. Management. 29901 M-W' Manhattan. St. Clair Shores. Michigan. MAC PHERSON, ROSE M.. B.S. Business Education, 2265 Keith. Union Lake, Michigan. Sigma Sigma Sigma- Pres. Cheerleaders - Capt.. '58 Carnival, Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretarial Science Club-Pres., '58 Homecom- ing, Student Council, Stud. Advisory Committee on Athletics-Sec'y. MARINO, JOSEPH J.. B.S. Accounting. 3086 N. Custer Rd., Monroe. Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi. MARTENS. LAWRENCE H., B.S. Accounting. 17151 14 Mile Road, Fraser, Michigan. MARTZ. ALFRED F.. JR., B.B.A. Accounting. 26419 Jefferson, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. MASON. MARILYN M., B.S. Business Education. 15469 Ashton. Detroit. Pi Omega Pi, Gamma Sigma Sigma, we-ST tffrff VW KUBICZ, WILLIAM C., B.S. Economics and Business Administration. 19309 Revere, Detroit. Alpha Kappa Psi, Rifles, Flintlocks. KUHNLEIN, JEROME L., B.B.A. Management. 31561 Lamar Dr., Farmington, Michigan. Delta Sigma Phi. LE BAY, JAMES R., B.B.A. Accounting. 13365 Sher- wood Dr., Huntington Woods, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi-Treas., Bowling League. LENANE, MICHAEL M., B.S. Accounting. 632 Larch- lea, Birmingham, Michigan. Beta Alpha Psi. LENDA, EDMUND W., B.S. Accounting. 11417 Charest, Hamtramck, Michigan. XGI's. LEWANDOWSKI, DONALD S., B.S. Industrial Man- agement. 5894 Baldwin, Detroit. Soc. for Adv. of Management, XGI's. LEWIS, DONALD J., B.S. Accounting. 251 Voorheis Rd., Pontiac, Michigan. Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Reno Hall Council, K of C. LONGE, JAMES T., B.B.A. Management. 1212 Elliott, Madison Heights, Michigan. Dowling Club. LONGUSKI, FRANK A., B.S. Accounting. 7350 Plain- if I'-il I V . V view, Detroit- Delta Phi-gEpsilon. .Ae...g...-ee..-.egW1- 'finali- RS W MASON. THOMAS J.. B.S. Accounting. 8611 W. Outcir ,ft "t' Drive. Detroit. figgw , I it ,J -1 .. MAY. DONALD A.. B.B.A. Industrial Relations. 22624 L Mylls. St. Clair Shores, Michigan. 5' Q 5-:Q-, , fans. 4 MAYOTTE. RUSSELL J.. B.S. Accounting. 9628 Cavcu, 5'3" We . f A 1 Livonia, Michigan. , ,X ,sy 1 ,Mi 'P' fgvl L,,?::,w'5 , K I5 KW- 5-lv ...Q-0 90 gl., ,,,,.gfi'?3,. . 'A fli7"Y. 'Qt:.'Ji, 1 . . , ga I I ' fi if 3 , Z, 93 V. cs, X .. 'I' 1 4 ,, . 1 If -..,....v' "" ' 5..- 3l4 MAZURE, GERARD C., B.S. General Business. 35223 Currier, Wayne, Michigan. Soc. for Adv. of Management. MCDONALD, GERALD T., B.S. General Business. 504 S. Lincoln, Bay City, Michigan. Marketing Club, Political Club. . MC QUEEN, CHARLES A., B.S. Accounting. 3808 Burns, Detroit. p MC DONALD, PAT A., B.S. Accounting. 3169 Wake- field, Berkley, Michigan. Delta Zeta -l Standards and Treasurer, Homecoming Committee, Senior Class Com- mittee. ' MC SWEENEY, EUGENE D., B.B.A.i Business Man- agement and Economics. 13042 Chelsen, Detroit. MENTLEY, LOQIS, B.S. IngdusttjialgMapagement. 17319 Runyon, Detrmt. Management Club. MILLER, CHARLES G., B.S. Finance. 7800 Hartwell, Dearborn, Michigan. Kappa Sigma Kappa. MILLER, MICHAEL D., B.S. Accounting. 3131 Roose- velt, Dearborn, Michigan. MITKUS, DANIEL J., B.S. Industrial Management. 8841 Falcon, Detroit. Tuyere - Treas., Management Club, AFROTC Drill Team. MOCERI, SAM C., B.B.A. Industrial Relations. 2619 Gray, Detroit. Kappa Sigma Kappa. MONDARY, ROBERT A., B.B.A. Accounting. 21991 Highview. Mt. Clemens, Michigan. MORDELL, FRANCIS A., B.B.A. Industrial Relations. 19533 Hickory, Detroit. I Business. 8590 lanagement. 642 S.A.M.E., Assoc. nmittee. ccounting. 4712 . Business. 10017 Loc. for Adv. of gue. XXQJ-3-."'r S '10 .,-A-A Commerce ond Finonce ATR Q 1 1 .. ,.. N .. -iff . fl X ' tl' in ar M, f' .1 ' , "-" Q xk fi . 5 7 . he r 'gs tw-W "W"s. ip- 'ZPW' '5s..,.- 'iv' A-114.425, Z1 PAUKSTYS, BRIAN K., B.B.A. Accounting. 1050 Ferdinand, Detroit. PAWLOWSKI, EDWARD F., B.S. Finance. 5300 Elm- wood, Detroit. PELTON, JOSEPH F., JR., B.B.A. Accounting. 29443 Sherry, Madison Heights, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi. PESCHALK, MICHAEL P., B.S. General Business. 1338 Ellrose, Windsor, Ontario. Management Club. PETERS, JOHN M., B.S. Accounting. 646 Riverview, Monroe, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi. PLAUNT, ROBERT L., B.A.A. Accounting. 2580 Ferris, Detroit. Student Council. PETERS, JOHN M., B.S. Accounting. 646 Riverview, Monroe, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi. PLAUNT, ROBERT L., B.B.A. Accounting. 2580 Ferris, Detroit. Student Council. PLIZGA, EDWARD R., B.S. Industrial Management. 17310 Albion, Detroit. Delta Phi Epsilon, Soc. for Adv. of Management. PERCHA, E. PAUL, B.B.A. Business Management. 7658 Balfour, Allen Park, Michigan. Alpha Kappa Psi, Dowl- ing Club, See 'n Effer Staff, Glee Club, International Club. l-'I'- NIEMIEC, EDWARD W., B.S. Finance. 9301 Kentucky, Detroit. NOLAN, TERRENCE J., B.S. Industrial Management. 8702 Rockland, Dearborn, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi, Soc. for Adv. of Management. NOWAK, EDMUND, L., B.B.A. Accounting. 5 Harding Avenue. Adams, Mass. K of C, Alpha Kappa Psi. NOWAK, KENNETH J., B.B.A. Accounting. 25762 Marilyn. Warren, Michigan. O'BRYAN, RONALD W., B.B.A. Accounting. 826 Wheelock, Detroit. Delta Sigma Pi, Bowling League. O'CONNELL, PATRICK R., B.B.A. Industrial Manage- ment. 20516 Capitol, Detroit. O'CNNOR, TIMOTHY P., B.S. Finance. 14383 Robson, Detroit. Delta Sigma Pi-Pres., Interfraternity Council- Treas., Homecoming Committee, Bowling League. ODENWELLER, GERARD F., B.S. General Business. 16700 Evergreen, Detroit. Soc. for Adv. of Management. O'DOWD, PATRICK J., B.S. Business Administration and Economics. 9366 Holmur, Detroit. K of C, Soc. for Adv. of Management. O'ROURKE, THOMAS C., B.S. Industrial Management. 16500 Stansbury, Detroit. Soc. for Adv. of Manage- ment-Pres., Players, Delta Phi Epsilon. PARENT, THOMAS G., B.S. Accounting. 15120 Monte Vista, Detroit. Sigma Phi Epsilon. PARKER, RONALD J., B.B.A. Industrial Relations. 8510 Superior, Center Line, Michigan. Delta Sigma Phi, Band, Bowling League, Student Council, Senior Class Treasurer, Publicity Chairman. 'ra 4- ' -we--"" 'KP' -swag 'W f...-3? 315 Condidotes for Degrees .F f -A " -7 .N '. ,nm Q N.. Q X' -P53 vw xx wg . : is fe ,Q 5' K ' 3 vb X, . . , i A , ZH ,C is r I D 1 I R I I I l' ii I I I 1 I I I '4 pl L. 6 . :Q ' i f T ..-We 3 K-. -QQ , .-..- , i w s - ,,, --X i .,,, l 'Hx ...af isa-, xp 7' i ls...-A RIGGS, MICHAEL E., B.S. Accounting. 7031 Burnly, Garden City, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi, Bowling League, Student Council. RIVARD, HENCHICK W., B.S. General Business. 1065 Timberlake Rd., Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Manage- ment Club. ROGERS, LAWRENCE, B.S. General Business. 15041 Mettetal. Detroit, Alphi Chi. RONAN, HERBERT R., B.B.A. Management. 18200 Heyden, Detroit. Korvets, Dowling Club, Alpha Kappa Psi. ROUEN, THOMAS, F., B.S. Industrial Management. 17622 Huntington, Detroit. Soc. for Adv. of Manage- ment. RYAN, LEONARD J., B.B.A. Accounting. 18916 Car- Iysle, Dearborn. Michigan. SADOWSKI, ROBERT M., B.S. Accounting. 2629 Theo- dore, Detroit. Alpha Kappa Psi, Polud Club, IFC Bowl- ing League. SAKUTA, RONALD I., B.S. Industrial Management. 31635 Eveningside, Fraser, Michigan. Beta Gamma Sigma. SAMPLE, HOWARD J., B.S. Accounting. 7388 W. Outer Drive, Detroit. Alpha Beta Psi, XGI's. SAUNDERS, WALTER A., B.B.A. Management. 7527 Mayfair, Taylor, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi, Student Council. SCHAFER, WILLIAM L., B.S. Marketing. 26820 Drake Rd., Farmington, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi, Chorus, Management Club, Marketing Club. SCHEROCK, DON J., B.S. Accounting. 18970 Wis- consin, Detroit. Sailing Club, Management Club. SCHOWALTER. MARY LEE, Secretarial Science. 1562 Fairway, Birmingham, Michigan. Sigma Sigma Sigma. AFROTC Court. . SCHULTZ, EDWARD R., B.B.A. Accounting. 1228 Connie. Madison Heights, Michigan. SCHULTZ, MARILYN A., B.S. in Bus. Ed., Business Education. 16559 St. Marys, Detroit. Sodality-Secre- tary, Chi Omicron, Gamma Pi Epsilon - Secretary, Treasurer, Pi Omega Pi-President, Beta Gamma Sigma. SCI-IWARTZ, CHARLES G., Ir., B.S. Industrial Man- agement. 19645 Lamont, Detroit. SCHWENTER, RICHARD A., B.S. 11661 Laing, De- t1'0lt. SEIFERT, MARGARET ANNE, B.B.A. Accounting. New Baltimore, Michigan. Phi Gamma Nu. Sl-IANNAHAN, DENNIS C., B.B.A. Accounting. Brim- ley, Michigan. SHAUGHNESSY, GERALD T., B.B.A. Management. 11416 Berwick, Livonia, Michigan. Dowling Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, See 'n Effer Staff. 316 1 . S. 5 .. . , . ' 5' 1 wifi f I 1 .W ,kr 2 I PORADA. TONY, JR., B.S. Economics. 6044 Oakman, Dearborn, Michigan. PROVAN, WILLIAM C., B.S. Accounting. 9647 Strath- moor, Detroit. Sigma Phi Epsilon. QUAINE, RUSSELL R., B.S. 15448 Plainview, Detroit. Junior Class President, Marketing Club, Athletic Ad- visory Board, Delta Sigma Pi-President. RADEMACHER, FRANKLIN, JR., B.S. General Busi- ness. 10322 Balfour, Detroit. Alpha Chi. RASCONA, ROSE J., B.S. Accounting. 15430 Eastburn, Detroit. RATTENBURY, GERARD L., B.S. Accounting. 1525 Ferdinand Ave., Detroit. Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi, U. of D. Bowling League. REXIN, ARTHUR H., B.B.A. Acco-unting. 959 E. Golden Gate, Detroit. RIEHL, ROBERT D., B.S. Accounting. 5543 Bishop, Detroit. Alpha Kappa Psi, Spring Carnival. Rvws' W -vias.--f 'W-..::v' -Q-',:-.2-sb J-,,,r ! QQ! I naar SWV 'E H ff:--Wi iw. , . ' V . 7, , 4' N wi -IK? X ,fy K .. .. 7 5 Z A X .W QX'q E 93 , t if 'fa 1-el' mm.,- 5--wtf hx wr! 1.4 fexrir j it Gf V. iii, .. N . . tx tr'-' .-.Wa aqfh' c-Q""' 0-4' 'n 79' , r ,llil SHOOK, ROBERT E., B.S. General Business. 16917 Freeland, Detroit. Broadcasting Guild, XGI's. SIMPSON, WILLIAM A., B.S. General Business. 8303 Esper, Detroit. Management Club. SMITH, DAVID M., B.S. Accounting. 6627 Coleman, Dearborn, Michigan. Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Si ma. SIEIITH, RICHARD R., B.S. Accounting. 14260 Clover- dale, Detroit. XGI's. SMITH, WILLIAM L., JR., B.S. Accounting. 7241 W. Outer Drive, Detroit. Speech Club, Broadcasting Guild, Delta Phi Epsilon, Interfraternity Council, Flying Club. SNYDERS, LAMBERT C., B.S. Marketing. 25004 Ursu- line, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. SPENCER, FRANCES M., B.S. Accounting. 33471 Leisure Lane, Farmington, Michigan. STIEBER, WILLIAM A., B.B.A. Accounting. 22522 Thomson Dr., Mt. Clemens, Michigan. ..4 ,nv 1 'X W ' I Kai 'J' 'tt' ' 'Wulf' ' X K' .fx w WJ wi' - v l,pf,4 A .ny s I ... , 1 2 .se .- Q. J llph 'IMS ,x 'fx ' 'wi f . 2 , ., f My 'K 'fm 1 AW 253 H . is Q K -. .,. Q 1515313 'qnfgxvn 3 ,.,4l5n- Q ii 5 ' Q . Z :E 165-t all ap Pm Y:""2v lunar' ' and in 6- osa an STEIN, FRANCHOT C., B.S. Marketing. 19947 Greeley, Detroit. Marketing Club-Vice-Pres. STROMBERG, ALPHONSE J., B.B.A. Management. 7207 Shenandoah, Allen Park, Michigan. Alpha Kappa Psi. STUDENSKI, REGINALD G., B.B.A. Management. 28948 Grant, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. STYS, RICHARD J., B.S. Accounting. 12341 Findlay, Detroit. Delta Phi Epsilon. SWANEY, CHARLES E., B.B.A. Accounting. 7755 Gary, Garden City, Michigan. Delta Sigma Pi, Student Council. SWOL, JOHN M., B.B.A. Accounting. 13345 Hampshire, Detroit. Alpha Kappa Psi. SZYMBORSKI, VINCENT J., B.B.A. Industrial Rela- tions. 20072 Westphalia, Detroit. TAFT, WILLIAM M., B.B.A. Industrial Management. 22900 Gary Lane, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. TALBOT, THOMAS H., B.B.A. Economics and Man- agement. 30437 Longfellow, Madison Heights, Michigan. TESTON, SUE ANN, B.S. General Business. 17150 Hubbell, Detroit. Delta Zeta-Pres. and Treas., Student Council, Women's League, Sodality, Marketing Club, Senior Class Committee. THOMAS, CHARLES M., B.B.A. Management. 4845 Lakewood, Detroit. Delta Sigma Pi. UGOROWSKI, NORBERT A., B.B.A. Accounting. 6815 Montrose, Detroit. Delta Sigma Pi. VALVONA, JEANETTE L., B.S. Marketing. 15472 Marlowe, Detroit. Phi Gamma Nu, Chi Omicron-Pres., Student Council, Women's League, Pan-Hellenic Council Marketing Club. VAN NESTE, PIERRE L., B.B.A. Economics and In- dustrial Relations. 400 E. Cambourne, Ferndale, Mich- igan. VENTZKE, GRANVILLE F., B.B.A. Industrial Man- agement. 12820 Dresden, Detroit. VICK, HAROLD F., B.S. General Business. 19341 St. Marys, Detroit. VORTKAMP, GEORGE J., B.S. Accounting. Akron, Ohio. WALKER, JACK L., B.S. Accounting. 33833 Glenview Drive, Farmington, Michigan. Alpha Sigma Nu, Beta Gamma Sigma Beta, Alpha Psi, Chorus. WALLACE, JOSEPH D., B.S. Industrial Management. 19322 Biltmore, Detroit. Phi Sigma Kappa, Soc. for Adv. of Management. WALLIS, RALPH HENRY, B.B.A. Marketing. 17423 Warrington, Detroit. 317 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 fc ,- Q W. 1 1.7511 4? is 1 -1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ce11ege of Commerce cmd Finonce 1,3 A55 .1 11' K .Jw l 4 ,.-f-' A-1-af" may .gel ,:--- T. - 'X I fi Y Wwe'- ,. WARD, PATRICK J., B.S. Industrial Management. 35600 Division, Richmond, Michigan. Soc. for Adv. 1of Management. 1 i WARZNIE, KENNETH A., B.S.1Industria1 Management. 20001 Packard, Detroit. Soc. for Adv. of Management. WATSON, JOHN G., B.S. General Business. 18283 Fiwe Points, Detroit. 1 WESTLEY, MARVIN D., B.B.A. Accounting. 9950 Ashton, Detroit. 5 1 WICKENS, GEORGE J., B.S. Industrial Management. 9661 Schaefer. XGI's, Soc. fo-r1 Adv. of Management. WROBLE, ROBERT F., B.B.A. Business Management. 29720 Springarbor Dr., Inkster,1Michigan. YOUNG, THOMAS J., B.S. Accounting. 13717 Park- grove, Detroit. 1 ZAWADZKI, JOHN T., B.S. Eoonomics. 4986 E. Outer Drive, Detroit. XGI's. 1 1 ZEMBRZUSKI, EUGENE S., B.S. Accounting. 19667 Helen, Detroit. Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi.. ZILE, RONALD L., B.S. Industrial Management. 19391 Havana, Detroit. XGI's, Management Club. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A beautiful campus is one of the prized possessions of any urban college such as the U of D. 1--A-1 1 ecfseai . .1 4" 1 1 1 ni nm , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11' .1 1.4, JV APPLEBAUM, SAMUEL., D.D.S., Dentistry. 3039 Tux- edo, Detroit. Alpha Omega, Alpha Zeta Omego, J .A.D.A. BECKER, ROBERT, D.D.S.. Dentistry. 12674 Stoepel, Detroit. Alpha Omega-President, Corresponding Secre- tary, Senior Class-President, J.A.D.A. BENFER, ROBERT D., D.D.S., Dentistry. 2611 Ashman St., Midland, Michigan. Delta Sigma Delta. BIGALKE, JAMES F., D.D.S., Dentistry. R.F.D. 2, Box 103, Manistee, Michigan. Xi Psi Phi, St. Francis Club. BOMMARITO, SALVATORE B., D.D.S., Dentistry. 12619 East Warren, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta. BRODSKY, EASTON E., D.D.S., Dentistry. 385 Merton Rd., Detroit. Alpha Omega, J.A.D.A. COLLINS, WILLIAM M., D.D.S., Dentistry. 11831 Rosemary, Detroit. Psi Omega-Treasurer, J.A.D.A., N.S.A. COOK, SIMON L., D.D.S., Dentistry. 3245 Tuxedo, Detroit. Alpha Omega, Sigma Alpha Mu, J.A.D.A. COOPER, CHARLES J., D.D.S., Dentistry. 3032 Vicks- burg, Detroit. Sophomore Class-Secretary, Junior Class-Secretary. COPUS, LARRY D., D.D.S., Dentistry. 3079 E. Miller Rd., Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta. DE MATFIA, WALTER C., D.D.S., Dentistry. 23200 Berkley, Oak Park, Michigan. Psi Omega. DUNHAM, THOMAS A., D.D.S. Dentistry. 14775 Lappin, Detroit. FREEDMAN, ARTHUR, D.D.S., Dentistry. 15251 James, Oak Park, Michigan. Alpha Omega, J.A.D.A. GOTTLIEB, ARNOLD R., D.D.S., Dentistry. 13234 N. Norfolk, Detroit. Alpha Omega, J.A.D.A. GRADY, WILLIAM T., D.D.S., Dentistry. 12067 Santa Rosa, Detroit. Psi Omega, J.A.D.A. GRIMLEY, JOSEPH E., D.D.S., Dentistry. 5231 Man- istique, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta. HAMEL, JOHN P., D.D.S., Dentistry. 1030 Yorkshire, Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan. Psi Omega, Magi, J.A.D.A. HELD, LAWRENCE D., D.D.S., Dentistry. 1122 West Sixth St., Erie, Pennsylvania. Xi Psi Phi-President, J.A.D.A. HENDRICKS, STANLEY, D.D.S., Dentistry. 2420 Hor- ton St., Detroit. Xi Psi Phi. HOEY, JOHN M., D.D.S., Dentistry. 4000 Woodhall, Detroit. Xi Psi Phi. JARUGA, GEORGE, D.D.S., Dentistry. 1470 Field, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta. JATKOE, PAUL B., D.D.S., Dentistry. 8535 Freeland, Detroit. Psi Omega. KONCZAL, VERNON R., D.D.S., Dentistry. 19418 Glenmore, Detroit. Xi Psi Phi, J .A.D.A. KROSS, LAWRENCE A., D.D.S., Dentistry. 13820 Rossini, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta, J.A.D.A. LARK, LAWRENCE A., D.D.S., Dentistry. 5838 Charles, Detroit. Xi Psi Phi, J.A.D.A. LE VEQUE, FRANCIS, D.D.S., Dentistry. 2193 Wilt- shire, Berkley, Michigan. Alpha Chi, Psi Omega, N.S.A. MACKEY, TIMOTHY S., D.D.S., Dentistry. 1601 Pin- gree, Detroit. Omega Epsilon Phi, Tomb and Key. MALONE, RICHARD F., D.D.S., Dentistry. 10557 Beaconsfield, Detroit. Alpha Phi Omega, Xi Psi Phi, J.A.D.A. ,rw-7-1' Nil' ads-Q izllnv Q 188. E '35 319 Condidotes for Degrees f we - 5 . M H .-a,,.,, E yn., K in-...I V - we , 1 S I IR...-av-9 . 4- . ww -, ,- ., f f .qw 1 Q' .:"-1,1 ft- , gy 4' f fi-Gif., vig, vs ' , 5 2 1 ' I , " -wr I , ,Lf P. X ugh ' .. '- ft-wr "3-'sas '3 320 vw j MALVITZ, ILAYMOND H., D.D.S., Dentistry. 8820 Mason St., Dearborn, Michigan. Delta Sigma Delta. MASCARI, ANTHONY D., D.D.S., Dentistry. 20326 Moross, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta. MAUNZ, ROBERT E., D.D.S., Dentistry. 12234 Elm- dale, Detroit. Xi Psi Phi. Mc GINTY, RICHARD M., D.D.S., Dentistry. 19904 Gaulker, St. Clair Shores, Michigan. Xi Psi Phi. Mc KINLEY, OTIS V., D.D.S., Dentistry. 4359 Buena Vista W., Detroit. Alpha Phi Omega, Xi Psi Phi-Editor, Secretary, Parliamentarian, Ski Club, J.A.D.A. MIRIANI, RICHARD J., D.D.S., Dentistry. 13247 Stoepel, Detroit. Psi Omega. MONTGOMERY, ROBERT M., D.D.S., Dentistry. 107 E. Buena Vista, Highland Park, Michigan. Delta Sigma Delta. MULSO, ARTHUR B., D.D.S., Dentistry. 12291 Wil- shire, Detroit. Psi Omega, Chaplain. NAGY, JAMES F., D.D.S., Dentistry. 8382 Thaddeus, Detroit. Alpha Epsilon Delta, Psi Omega, Student Coun- cil Representative, J.A.D.A. NEUDER, RICHARD R., D.D.S., Dentistry. 435 Brent- wood, Inkster, Michigan. Delta Sigma Delta. NILL, CHRISTIAN W., D.D.S., Dentistry. 22310 Hayes, East Detroit, Michigan. Delta Sigma Delta, Alpha Sigma Nn, J.A.D.A.-- Treasurer, Senior Class-Vice-Pres. OLSON, ROBERT R., D.D.S., Dentistry. 2640 Galpin, Royal Oak, Michigan. Xi Psi Phi-Secretary. PASLAWSKY, EDWARD J., D.D.S., Dentistry. 116 Montgomery, Timmins, Ontario. Xi Xsi Phi-President, J.A.D.A. PENSLER, ALVIN V., D.D.S., Dentistry. 4005 W. Outer Dr., Detroit. Alpha Omega--Editor, J.A.D.A. PETROSKY, JOHN D., D.D.S., Dentistry. 250 Alter Rd., Detroit. Psi Omega-President, Psi Upsilon, J.A.D.A. PESSOPANE, BERNARD, D.D.S., Dentistry. 11675 Robson, Detroit. Psi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta, J.A.D.A. PIERRON, DANIEL L., D.D.S., Dentistry. 12672 Frankfort, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta, J.A.D.A. POLLAK, EDWARD R., D.D.S., Dentistry. 24753 Rensselaer, Oak Park, Michigan. Alpha Omega-Vice President, Editor, J.A.D.A. POTTS, JAMES W., D.D.S., Dentistry. 5239 Three Mile Dr., Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta, Magi, Class Treasurer, J.A.D.A. RECKER, JAMES B., D.D.S., Dentistry. 1405 Tecumseh W., Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Psi Omega. REECE, CHARLES J., D.D.S., Dentistry. 1327 Philip, Detroit. Xi Psi Phi. RIVARD, RICHARD M., D.D.S., Dentistry. 7574 Jack- son, Warren, Michigan. Psi Omega. ROBB, JAMES E., D.D.S., Dentistry. 4205 Waverly, Detroit. Alpha Sigma Nu, Delta Sigma Delta-Grand Master, Senior Class-President, J.A.D.A.-President. ROBY, GEORGE C., D.D.S., Dentistry. 794 N. Renaud, Grosse Pte. Woods, Michigan. Delta Sigma Phi, Psi Omega, J.A.D.A. SAGE, JEROME J., D.D.S., Dentistry. 19434 Ilene, Detroit. Alpha Omega-Corresponding Sec'y, J.A.D.A. SCHULTZ, DONALD E., D.D.S., Dentistry. 3300 Wash- ington Ave., St. Joseph. Michigan. SINGELYN, ROBERT F., D.D.S., Dentistry. 14685 Indiana, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta. SOLVERSON, JOHN F., D.D.S., Dentistry. 1692 Earl- mont, Berkley, Michigan. Delta Sigma Delta, J.A.D.A. SPIESS, ROBERT P., D.D.S., Dentistry. 19242 Haw- thorne, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta, Delta Sigma Phi, Phi Mu Alpha, J .A.D.A. STARCEVICH, JOHN S., D.D.S., Dentistry. 19633 Russell, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta. STASKOWSKI, JAMES T., D.D.S., Dentistry. 811 Har- vard, Berkley, Michigan. Delta Sigma Delta. TRESHNEVSKY, LUBOMYR, D.D.S., Dentistry. 20161 Mackay, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta. TRIPP, ROBERT C., D.D.S., Dentistry. 30003 Lahser Rd., Birmingham, Michigan. VENET, ANTHONY J., D.D.S., Dentistry. 12645 E. Warren, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta, J.A.D.A. WADOWSKI, DANIEL, D.D.S., Dentistry. 25301 Fair- way Dr., Dearborn, Michigan. Psi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta-Member of the Year, French Club, J.A.D.A. WALTER, JOHN M., D.D.S., Dentistry. 12575 Long- view, Detroit. Delta Sigma Delta, J.A.D.A. WEINER, SAMUEL P., D.D.S., Dentistry. 2497 Ewald Circle, Detroit. Alpha Omega, J.A.D.A. WENOKUR, LAWRENCE E., D.D.S., Dentistry. 13167 Stoepel, Detroit. Alpha Omega-Sgt. at Arms, J.A.D.A. College of Dentistry this We 'MW' '9,'3-fwvft KV' BECKMAN, JOAN, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 19327 Littlefield, Detroit. Freshman Class--Historian, Senior Class-Historian, J .A.D.A. BECKWITH, LYNN, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 18404 Sorrento, Detroit. Freshman Class President. BRODSKY, ROSAL.IE, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 19316 Rutherford, Detroit. A.D.H.A., J.A.D.A., T.N.A. BUSS, PATRICIA ANN, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 18215 Wildemere, Detroit. J .A.D.H.A. CARRICO, CONNIE, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 1321 Franklin Rd., Berkley, Michigan. J.A.D.A., J.A.D.H.A. CRUNK, SHARON ANN, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 19749 Greenview, Detroit. Senior Class-Sergeant at Arms, J.A.D.H.A. DEBUCK, DIANE, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 8145 Sylvester, Detroit. J.A.D.H.A. DORR, MARGARET, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 14214 Chandler Park Dr., Detroit. Delta Zeta, Senior Class- President, J .A.D.A. EAVES, MARGARET, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 11361 Plainview, Detroit. Class Secretary, J .A.D.A., J .A.D.H.A. FISHER, MARY, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 15674 Mad- delein, Detroit. J.A.D.A., J.A.D.H.A. GARBARINO, JUNE, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 11872 Kilbourne, Detroit. J.A.D.A., A.D.H.A., J.A.D.H.A. HOEY, CATHERINE, R.D.H., Dental Hygiene. 3950 Bedford, Detroit. J.A.D.H.A. WW 'lvl , X ,ff .NX ' " " -5 ' ' 'e-a t , . 1 1- Am t i ff 1 " 4 ! .4 Y- ' 5. 4, We mm, , gg, . f 1 ., R '.. ' K sw 4 ? F ' 1, . ,, .. l Xe I I . . gf 1 . i wk ,I .ff Y 321 Denial Hygienists Ji- ,' ' '.g."3 A ' ' 5 ' 3. I M1 "' :I 4 . A xiii' ' F., , f "-1 f 314 4 ' ',v.1,'.' . . 0 M. Q X : 1, .. 1 -f 91537 ' AQ? '. ff iy ,gg.1.:g.,v, 1- . . Q55 , My gif' 13: ' .Wy if Be, gf Kyu- ' '2 W" 1, 'Q t , W "jj,f'1.' n ' f fy-f"' '. : H :Q,f,Lg,E':x Wy, 5 g5gs'f:W"' " 'ma Y:-'Q V 2 'W' 2. .- -114645251 if x X A E , V, , , -I Q ,Q ,mv 1,3 ::4...e2.:i Y , ws '- 'f .. -1 9 1 V. , V - f-wwf ..,., .54 1 Q 5 f - A gin , .5 , , .44 ,, ,E Q 'iffiflve f'151'f4?x 'f-4 ' " il f' ,Af:,i1gz,6 I 'Ny' 322 ANGELINO, SALVATORE J., B.Ch.E., Chemical En- gineering. 578 West Ave., Buffalo 13, New York. A.I.Ch.E., Tau Beta Pi. AUSTIN, PHILIP R., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineer- ing. 801 Webster Ave., New Rochelle, New York. Alpha Sigma Nn, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Blue Key, I.A.S., Freshman Class-President, Engineering Student Council- President,'S.A.E., Arnold Air Society, Homecoming Com- mittee, Carnival Committee, M.C. for "Twentieth Cen- tury Living Series"-WTVS, Military Ball Committee. BACIGALUPI, ROBERT J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 18509 Homeway Rd., Cleveland, Ohio. Chi Sigma Phi, Arnold Air Society, Reno Hall, Holden Hall- Dorm Council, Sodality, Sophomore Class-Secretary, Sabre Air Command, A.S.M.E., S.A.M.E., S.A.E., A.R.S., Slide Rule Dinner. BARNUM, DONALD G., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineer- ing. 7631 Warwick, Detroit. A.S.C.E. BASSO, PETER J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 4382 Nottingham, Detroit. Alpha Sigma Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Tuyere, Pi Tau Sigma-Vice-President, University Student Council, Engineering Student Council, A.S.H.A.E. BERG, ROBERT J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 5921 Berkshire, Detroit. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., Eta Kappa Nu. BERRY, MICHAEL E., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering. 16930 Stoepel, Detroit. Kappa Sigma Kappa, Student Council, Union Board of Governors, A.I.Ch.E. BERTRAND, HAROLD E., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical En- gineering. 142 South Huxley Dr., Cheektowaga, New York. Sodality, I.A.S. BIALEK, RICHARD P., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 8028 Kirkwood, Detroit. Alpha Phi Omega A.S.H.A.E., A.S.M.E., S.A.E. BIZEK, STEPHEN N., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 5617 Cecil, Detroit. A.S.M.E. BOCHNIG, PAUL A., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 1039 Golf Dr., Pontiac, Michigan. A.I.E.E. - I.R.E. BOCKHEIM, RONALD A., B.E.E., Civil Engineering. 1226 Broadway Ave., Grand Rapids, Michigan. A.S.C.E. BRANDEWIE, RICHARD A., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering. 514 Chestnut Ave., Sidney, Ohio. Eta Kappa Nu- Corresponding Secretary, Tau Beta Pi, A.I.E.E., I.R.E. BROWN, DONALD V., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 443 Huntington, Buffalo, New York. St. Francis Club-President, A.S.M.E., A.S.H.A.E.. BUCCI, RICHARD A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 32 Poningo St., Port Chester, New York. A.S.M.E., S.A.E. BURKE, JOHN J., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineering. 16820 Mark Twain, Detroit. Delta Sigma Phi, Sigma Rho Tau, I.A.S. BUSTAMANTE, ANTHONY T., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 22900 Alexandrine, Dearborn, Michigan. S.A.M.E., A.S.M.E. CAMPAU, ROBERT M., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 2356 Sharon, Detroit. Chi Sigma Phi-President, Inter Fraternity Council-Vice-President, Student Council Homecoming Committee, Slide Rule Dinner Committee A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Blue Key. CARDELLA, DOMINICK J., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering. 88-08 209th St., Queens Village, New York. Delta Pi Kappa-President, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., A.F. Drill Team, I.F.C., Bowling League. CARLISI, ANTHONY J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 18 Fifth St., Rochester, New York. Theta Kappa Phi-President, A.S.M.E., S.A.E., I.F.C., Slide Rule Dinner- Chairman of Tickets. CHIODO, PAUL M., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 2427 Glenside Blvd., Muskegon, Michigan. A.I.E.E.- I.R.E.-Secretary, St. Francis Club. CHRETIEN, GEORGE R., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 15449 Helen, Wyandotte, Michigan. CLEMENT, JAMES J., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering 3219 Franklin, Seattle, Washington. Chi Sigma Phi- Alumni Director, Blue Key-President, Student Council, Engineering Student Council, Slide Rule Dinner Com- mittee, Sabres-Treasurer, A.I.Ch.E. CLIFFORD, WILLIAM D., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 20794 Stratford, Rocky River, Ohio. I.A.S., A.R.S., A.S.M.E., Intramurals, 1st Place-I.A.S. Student Paper Competition. CONWAY, THOMAS R., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 1027 Woodlawn, Scranton, Pennsylvania. A.S.M.E., A.S.H.A.E., S.A.E. CROOKS, JOHN L., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering. 410 Rockwell St., Sandusky, Ohio. Alpha Phi Omega, Knights of Co-lumbus, A.I.Ch.E. CROSS, JOHN P., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering. 720 Wall St., Port Huron, Michigan. A.I.Ch.E. CROSS, THOMAS R., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 16834 Santa Rosa, Detroit. A.S.M.E. ! 1 I rv' 1 1 ll fl l I l 1 1 I 1 1 I l Candidates for Degrees 'vis Wig. Kin -is i"3Q'05i" -asf" DE WITT, RICHARD L., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 1630 Lakeview Ave., Rocky River, Ohio. Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, I.A.S. DOLESH. ROBERT P., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 16906 Dartmouth, Cleveland, Ohio. A.S.M.E., S.A.E., A.S.H.A.E. DONNELLY, JAMES G., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 138-40-78 Road, Flushing, Long Island, New York. A.S.C.E., S.A.M.E., Detroit Military Society, Spring Carnival, P.I.H., Dormitory Council. DONOHUE. LAWRENCE E., B.M.E., Mechanical En- gineering. 201 Devonshire, Dearborn, Michigan. DOOLITTLE. BRUCE R., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 16526 Burt Rd., Detroit. Phi Sigma Kappa, Alpha Gamma Upsilon, Spring Carnival Dance Committee. DORCEY, GERALD J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 11739 Promenade. Detroit. A.S.M.E.-President, A.S.C.E., A.S.H.A.E., S.A.E., Engineering Student Council. DORKO, ERNEST, A., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering. 12829 Edison, Wyandotte, Michigan. Tau Beta Pi, Knights of Columbus, A.I.Ch.E. DRELLISHAK, KENNETH S., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 6158 Mc Kenzie Rd., North Olmsted, Ohio. Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma-Treasurer, I.A.S., A.R.S., A.S.M.E., Engineering News, Engineering Student Council. DVORNAK, MICHAEL E., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical En- gineering. 512 Tonawanda St., Buffalo, New York. Pi Tau Sigma, I.A.S. ELLIOTT, JOHN S., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 19701 Westover Ave., Rocky River, Ohio. I.A.S., S.A.E. FATKA, RICHARD J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 5427 McDougal. Detroit. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. FEDOR, VICTOR A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. E. Cherry St., Thayer, Illinois. Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma. E.S.C., A.S.M.E., I.A.S., Knights of Columbus. FEDORKO, FRANCIS A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering 127 East Ave., Johnsonburg, Pennsylvania. A.S.M.E., S.A.E. FENG, LOUIS T., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering. 20 Lone 105, Hungchow Road, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. FINN, ARTHUR F., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 418 Schuyler Ave., Kingston. Pennsylvania. A.I.E.E., I.R.E. FLATLEY, THOMAS W., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engi- neering. 822 West 24th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania. Pi Tau Sigma, I.A.S. FLECKENSTEIN, CHARLES F., B.Ar.E., Architectural Engineering. 25417 Parkwood Dr., Huntington Woods, Michigan. Tuyere, Golf Team, A.I.A. FORD, EARL E., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineering. R.R. 4, Milton, Ontario, Canada. Chi Sigma Phi, I.A.S. FRANCIS, JOSEPH L., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineer- ing. 4166 Beaconsfield, Detroit. I.A.S., American Rocket Society. FRANKOWSKI, JEROME J., B.M.E., Mechanical En- gineering. 15387 Mendota, Detroit. S.A.E. 324 5-ww tg M . 'nv-.-f-4' 1 ea-as: WT:-'E-iq Q if-sq, wg., I -1--------------41.4.-WL. Aglmul ...'-.-3Lq CROSS, WALTER W., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 3814 Weddel, Dearborn, Michigan.A.S.H.A.E., A.S.M.E., S.A.E. CULHANE, LAWRENCE G., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering. 29 Essex St., Rochester, New York. Theta Kappa Phi, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. CUPELLI, NICHOLAS C., B.Ar.E., Architectural En- gineering. 18550 Marx, Detroit. A.I.A. CYBULSKI, RONALD J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 7287 Becksville Rd., Cleveland, Ohio. I.A.S., American Rocket Society. CZUBA, TEDDY J., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineering. 104 O'Dell St., Lackawanna, New York. I.A S., American Rocket Society. DAHLKEMPER, DAVID E., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 8283 Asbury Park, Detroit. A.S.M.E, Football. DANIEL, EDWARD A., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 1126 Fifth St., Sandusky, Ohio. Chi Epsilon-Historian, A.S.C.E.-President, Knights of Columbus, Engineering Student Council. DEVERE, GERALD I., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 1982 Haynes, Birmingham, Michigan. Tau Beta Pi- Vice-President, Pi Tau Sigma, S.A.E. 'QMQZG ...N - .. .1 :ties -wil We . , 9s. H. fail.. ""3"p.,,"5 if wir-4"1"'s Q' ' "'qr-"fig xii' fi wut' mms 'av A2 K ---1f-fi -ef- Q 1 x --.of ,-.,..--Q P' ii :iii 4?-Mfg 'wif' 'Eli FREVILLE, CHARLES S., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 578 Hillwood Dr., Milford, Michigan. A.S.M.E., S.A.S., I.A.S., A.R.S. GALL, ROBERT L., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering. 8058 Lane, Detroit. A.I.Ch.E. GASVODA, DONALD F., B.E.E., Electrical Engineer- ing. 15501 Ferguson, Detroit. A.I.E.E., I.R.E., Short Circuits. Korvets. GIBSON, PETER J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 638 River St., Scranton, Pennsylvania. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.-Chair- man, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Engineering Student Council, League of the Sacred Heart-Promoter. GINNETTI, MARIO B., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 25 New Broadway, No. Tarrytown, New York. A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Slide Rule Dinner Committee. GRESDO, STEPHEN M., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 94 Kingston, Hawthorne, New Jersey. A.S.M.E. GRUBER, THOMAS L., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 1604 Highbridge, Cuyohoga Falls, Ohio. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., Eta Kappa Nu, Engineering Student Council. GRYLICKI, DENNIS A., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 17137 Caldwell, Detroit. A.S.C.E., Sailing Club. ' ' 'i i "ff e , Q ai -ss X 1 4, f, i' xi z G , N Je . ss. Cf' 1 X ith" i is . 'L isp , fu ,X Aiilnv-Y . ill ,QMQ ez, ..f,,,, Q50 am 6 .V , , in-.5 Abi .. CW -J-'X "5v'?'f"j -a.J'v?l K? C .aa- M' f ff " I Q 'W-X 9.-uri' 'Nik 'W 34" an-.. ..awf"' P --Ill VIII' it--J X Q GUSINDE, FRANK A., B.Ar.E., Architectural Engi- neering. 6122 W. Tripp, Chicago, Illinois. Tau Beta Pi- Pledge Master, A.I.A.-Pres., A.S.C.E., Engineering Stu- dent Council, Holden Hall Council-Vice-President, Stu- dent Council, Intramurals, Chicago Club. GUZANEK, THEODORE E., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 2936 Evaline, Hamtramck, Michigan. Chi Sigma Phi, A.S.M.E., S.A.E., A.S.H.A.E., Slide Rule Dinner Committee. HART, WILLIAM P., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 322 Hendricks Blvd., Eggertsville, Ney York. Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E., A.S.T.M. HAUBERT, JOSEPH L., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 310 Rawson, Fremont, Ohio. S.A.E., A.S.M.E., A.S.H.A.C.E. HAUSWIRTH, DAVID H., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 1016 Penfield Rd., Rochester, New York. Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E. HEIDRICH, ARTHUR, B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering. 11807 Kilbourne, Detroit. Phi Sigma Kappa, A.I.Ch.E., A.S.M.E., University of Detroit Rifles. HEINTZEL, JOHN J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 220 E. 28th St., Erie, Pennsylvania. A.S.M.E., S.A.E. HETRICK, EDWIN H., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 615 Union Place, Fremont, Ohio. Chi Sigma Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu-President, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., A.S.T.M. HICKE, DONALD R., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 12724 Pembroke, Detroit. Tau Beta Pi-President, Eta Kappa Nu-Recording Secretary, Arnold Air Society, A.I.E.E. HILOW, REGIS C., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 1038 Hemlock St., Meadville, Pennsylvania. A.I.E.E., I.R.E. HILTZ, JOHN J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 580 Shadowlawn, Inkster, Michigan. Engineering Society of Detroit. HOEFLINGER, RICHARD P., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineering. 13905 La Salle Blvd., Detroit. Reno Hall Council-Treasurer, I.A.S.-Treasurer. HOEGEMAN, HERMAN F., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering. 14702 Cedargrove, Detroit. Tuyere, A.I.E.E. HOFFMAN, KENNETH L., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 1310 McPherson Blvd., Fremont, Ohio. Chi Sigma Phi, A.S.C.E. HOMIAK, ROBERT L., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 8232 Riverdale, Dearborn, Michigan. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., American Rocket Society. HUDSON, MARVIN E., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 233 Ferndale, Kenmore, New York. A.S.M.E. HUEY, GILBERT J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 16650 Ardmore, Detroit. Band, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. JAMES. WALLACE A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 16199 Prairie, Detroit. A.S.M.E., A.S.H.A.E., S.A.E. KACZOROWSKI, JEROME D.. B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineering. 9380 Pinehurst, Detroit. I.A.S. KAISER, BERNARD G.. B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 236 Loraine, Cincinnati, Ohio. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 325 -w - Cond KAMINSKI. R., B.M.E., Mech as for Degrees anical Engi- . fi yi- . , cieieiana, ohio. A.S.M.E., Q A rm Q rpg, an J "..-Q Buffalo. New York. A.I.Ch.E., ----e x' ""T"' Wiggins! We Q3 if -use .nm 5-EZ.. Bayonne, New Jersey. Delta --f' ' --" 'A 1 -af 'f"'..'.f' 'MTFDUK KUBICKI, NORBERT A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 19398 Cliff, Detroit. KUBICZ. ARTHUR P., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 19309 Revere, Detroit. Short Circuits, Radio Engineer- ing Association. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. KUBIT, RONALD F., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 16934 Ten Mile Rd., East Detroit, Michigan. A.S.C.E. KURT, THOMAS I-I., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 531 W. I-Iildale, Detroit. Band, Chorus, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. KULILLA, THOMAS M., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 9007 Mercedes, Redford Township, Michigan. KULWICKI, VICTOR R., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engi- neering. 8199 Yolands Ave.. Detroit. I.A.S. LAWTON, RALPH W., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- 15--' aawf' ' . Q Q X neering. 1161 gall, Hamtramck, Michigan. Tuyere. ASN Rule Dinner Committee. i KASTNER. I E.. B.'VI.E. Mechanical Engi- l neering. 123C l s..-iii., ras. ' KAZNIIERCZ .LD P.. B.Ch.E., Chemical En- gineering. 71 Q A.C.S., Intrarr Rule Dinner Committee. KESSING. J' 3.E.E., Electrical Engineering. I 3298 Montiet iti. Ohio. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. KETTERER. R.. B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 209 Ave., Lakewood, Ohio. Chi Sigma Phi. l i., A.S.M.E., Sabres, Holden Hall Dorm Ci KNOERL. JC VIE., Mechanical Engineering. 8033 Roselaw A.S.M.E.. S.A.E. gf KOLAKOWSI ENCE J., B.C.E., Civil Engi- neering. 40 N Sigma Phi, A. KRAMB, EE B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 15779 Ohio roit. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.-Treasurer, Korvets. I ".?s :QS-Ti .f-ii, ,A - I Q, .A J .ra .4301 -iv' l 3 Q E i 5, 1'-11 .. f "4.. an SNES -Mawr, . M A 1 l --'of li . fl All .i .f--. 3 ..-, ' 7 703 .4915 pvc. ,. aah., , ' 43 .ave f' J I ls -' . i 1 .524-VL' 5ls.s, fl L 326 ing. 151 Casgrain, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. A.S.M.E. LEDEIRLE, GEORGE M., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineer- ing. 510 Hopper Dr., Corpus Christi, Texas. Tau Beta Pi, Delta Pi Kappa-President, AFROTC Drill Team, I.F.C., A.I.Ch.E. LEONARD, JOSEPH T., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 118 Church St., Kings Park, Long Island, New York. A.S.C.E. LEONARD, ROBERT J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 7107 Florence. Detroit. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. LION, WENDELL. H., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 329 Maurus St., St. Marys, Pennsylvania. A.S.M.E., I.A.S. LONG, JOHN J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 131 Commonwealth Rd., Rochester, New York. A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. LORENZ, THOMAS B., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 14682 Indiana, Detroit. A.S.M.E. LUCIDO, JOSEPH T., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 1432 - 83rd St., Brooklyn, New York. A.S.M.E., S.A.E., St. Francis Club, Student Engineering Television Series. MAC HARG, JAMES W., B.E.E., Electrical Engineer- ing. 6443 Yinger, Dearborn, Michigan. A.I.E.E. MANSOUR, JOHN, B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 2695 Carter, Detroit. I.S.A., A.E.E.E.-I.R.E. MARCINIEC, SLAWOMIR A., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineering. 3525 E. Ferry Ave., Detroit. Arnold Air Society, Varsity Debate Team. Polud Club, I.A.S., AFROTC Drill Team. MARIOTTI, DONALD J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineer- ing. 345 Saxton St., Rochester, New York. A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. MARSH. DONALD B., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 2292 Forest Dr., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. MARTINSEK, JOHN ,E., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 15520 Bellaire, Allen Park, Michigan. A.S.C.E. W? Q '-fe--if' 'tr' n,...-2' iw.-fr I IUTA .si 'qn 15" fx fx Q 1. f X X" ,- - fhsnvfz gag' MEYO, FRANK J., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineering. 1834 Buhrer Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. I.A.S., A.R.S. MICHALAK, RONALD J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 222 Townsend, Dunkirk, New York. A.S.M.E., Pi Tau Sigma. MINCIOTTI, ALBERT A., B.E.E., Electrical Engineer- ing. 219 Hayes Rd., Marne, Michigan. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. MOG, WALTER F., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 14213 Kennerdown, Maple Heights, Ohio. Society o-f Automotive Engineers, A.S.M.E. MOORE, DAVID R., B,M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 15100 Washburn, Detroit. Chi Sigma Phi-Treasurer, Alumni Director, S.A.E., A.S.M.E., A.S.H.A.E., Slide Rule Dinner Committee. MORARY, GEORGE F., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 10520 Bryden, Detroit. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. MOROCO, PHILIP A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 1646 Farrell Terrace, Farrell, Pennsylvania. I.F.C., Varsity "D" Club, Kappa Sigma Kappa-Vice-President, Secretary, Reno Hall Dorm Council. MOSS, JAMES R., B.M.E., Mechanical Enginee-ring. 19512 Rowe, Detroit. A.S.M.E. MULLEN, JAMES F., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 250 E. 5th St., Mount Vernon, New York. Tuyere, S.A.E. MURPHY, RANDAL T., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 214 Chalmers, Detroit. Tuyere, A.S.M.E. NAJER, LEONARD M., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engi- neering. 2952 Waverly Ave., Detroit. I.A.S., I.S.C. NEIDHART, JOHN F., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering. 4200 Levenworth Rd., Kansas City. Kansas. Tuyere- Grand Master. A.I.Ch.E.-President. 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S.A.E.- Secretary, Tuyere-Pledge Master, A.S.M.E., A.S.H.A.E.- Vice-President, Engineering Student Council, Pi Gamma Sigma. METHERELL, DENIS L., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engi- neering. 530 Scofield, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. I.A.S.- Corresponding Secretary, Pi Tau Sigma, American Rocket Society, R.C.F.C.A. -V f . W ,V-,,,.. if . ,. tim 'aw g f, f ,- ,i.-rv, g ary 78' ,' Cm ,.-i..--" ll, .W .ay ff -ga at -f ,mag wg' .,,. dpi' " 'ww Aish 44 Q7 5 40 ,lt W, 'xx 6 ' Ll: 327 s for Degrees anna. J OH Mechanical Engineering. 5060 ,V,, fA'-Vwv n. Knights of Columbus, A.s.M..E. ff ti X PETERS. E.. Civil Engineering. 2981 E. Outer Dr Epsilon-Secretary, A.S.C.E.- W -A Program Delegate. lg 'wks 1 PIONTEK, B.Ch.E.. Chemical Engineering. ,W -w .,,..s A 25 Fisher New York. Tau Beta Pi, n--If . I 'R--"" M--.e Tuyere, A Secretary, I.L.J.C.-President. PISKLAK M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 807 New York. St. Francis Club, T S.A.M.E. PLATZ. G E., Civil Engineering. 616 W. Brentwood Epsilon, A.S.C.E. PLUTA. 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Montes De Oca 108-50, Valencia, Venezuela. A.S.C.E. International Students Club. SHERWIN, HARRY A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- 5',.4g: m ing. 23147 Ranch Hill, Detroit. A.S.M.E., ' ' SIMON, EDWARD N., B.Ar.E., Architectural Engi- 'W' neering. 1254 W. Norwood St., Chicago, Illinois. , NWT' Sodality, A.l.A.-Treas., A.S.C.E., Chicago Club, Intra- -...,.-r' murals, John Carroll Alumni Association. SMETANKA. ROBERT, B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 4 22660 Middlebelt. Farmington, Michigan. Chi Epsilon A.S.C.E. it 'Sa' gm," 328 1 POWSHOK, ANDREW T., B.E.E., Electrical Engineer- 35-Q -e-N Ninn wx ig X. frb in-c:""' NTWM -bl SULLIVAN, THOMAS P., B.E.E., Electrical Engineer- ing. 16230 Princeton, Detroit. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., Choral, Eta Kappa Nu. SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY L., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical En- gineering. 3128 Drummond Rd., Toledo, Ohio. I.A.S., Pi Tau Sigma, Engineering Student Council. SWIONTEK, MICHAEL C., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering. 6418 N. Savre Ave., Chica.go, Illinois. Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Spring Carnival, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.- SZCZOTKA, CHESTER J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 5737 Ogden St., Detro-it. Sodality, U. of D. Rifles-Vice President, Polud Club. THEISEN, GERALD F., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 45826 Cass Ave., Utica, Michigan. A.S.M.E., A.S.H.A.E. THOMAS, RICHARD G., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical En- gineering. 16590 Mark Twain, Detroit. I.A.S. TOBIN, WALTER S., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 19920 Schaefer, Detroit. Magi, Intramurals. ULOTH, RONALD E., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineer- ing. New Harbor, Nova Scotia, Canada. Pi Tau Sigma, Engineering Student Council, I.A.S. URBAN, ALFRED A., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineer- ing. 79 Fisher St., Buffalo, New York. I.A.S., VAN CUREN, PETER H., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering. 3213 Grischy Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio. St. Francis Club, S.A.E., A.S.M.E., A.S.H.A.E., Carnival Committee. VARGOVICK, RAYMOND J., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineering. 66 Whitney Place, Buffalo, New York. I.A.S.-Vice-Chairman, American Rocket Society, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma-President. VETHACKE, THEODORE C., B.Ch.E., Chemical En- gineering. 9779 E. Outer Dr., Detroit. Tau Beta Pi, A.I.Ch.E., A.C.S. gi A SK' if .f '9'sw,4. College ol Engineering SOLTIS, PETER J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 4775 Casper, Detroit. A.S.M.E. SOMMA, JOHN J.. B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 39632 Woodcrest, Harper Woods, Michigan. A.S.M.E., .A.E. SOMMERFELDT, THOMAS J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 16211 Indiana, Detroit. A.S.M.E.-Secre- tary, Treasurer, Football. STEINERT, DANIEL J., B.Ar.E., Architectural En- gineering. 6853 Middlepointe, Dearborn, Michigan. STEWART, PETER R.. B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 1420 Redwood Ave., Windsor, Ontario. A.S.C.E. STORACE. JOHN A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 1177-21st St., Wyandotte, Michigan. A.S.M.E., A.S.H.- A. E., S.A.E., Flying Club. SULLIVAN, DAVID, B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 20467 Moross, Detroit. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. SULLIVAN, GERALD A., B. Ch. E., Chemical En- gineering. 24 Winton Rd. W., Rochester, New York. A.I.Ch.E. ai an 'fx fnqgg gt ! 'IM dj ! A fwfrt 1 ef..-s. Q frm my ,-i n 'W , J wmv- I gf ', 'WEE' "M-7'f"' F NJ! ag D' --ffl: mm ,,,: 1 mul If Medi' Q u Q g 'FD-5 ft' if? -1 Q 93. Q' WAFFEN THOMAS G BCE Civil Engineering. 21283 Northwood Fairview Park Ohio Chi Sigma Phi- Vice-President St. Francis Club-Vice-President, Tau Beta Phi, Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E. F X 1, NT' , 'W' WAGNER, WILFRED J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineer- ing. 130 Seville Dr., Rochester, New York. Theta Kappa Phi, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. WALBERER, JOHN C., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing. 1414 Hope St. S.E., Grand Rapids, Michigan. St. Francis Club, A.S.H.A.E., S.A.E., Carnival Committee, Homecoming Committee, Engineering Student Council. WALDO, FRANCIS X., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 229 Newman Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana. Sodality, Cheer- leader, A.S.C.E., Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilon, Flying Club. WASTA, RAYMOND, B.E.E., Electrical Engineering. 628 New Street, Duryea, Pennsylvania. Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. WESSELS, JAMES F., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering. 28 Thompson Ave., S. Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky. Theta Kappa Phi, A.S.M.E. WHITE, WILLIAM J., B.C.E., Civil Engineering. 44 Reservoir Ave., Jersey City, New Jersey. Chi Epsilon, A.S.C.E., S.A.M.E. WINIARSKI, RAYMOND J., B.M.E., Mechanical En- gineering. 2428 Casmere, Detroit. S.A.E., Delta Phi Epsilon. 329 l College of Engineering V- f? tg: J Q S , 4 Tk E v wmff., ,M fx 'W '54 Q 'L ' ki 'rms ' , Q w. r ' 1 ,, W- N ,tsl ggwii Q, fl wif.. l q 3 7:1 1. i I ,xi 1. ii WORPEL.L, ROGER E., 18701 Lauder, Detroit. A.I.E.E. YOST, JOSEPH, B.E.E., Vine Ave., Allen Park, ZAJKOWSKI, JOSEPH A. gineering. 6046 Braden., ZALESKI, CHESTER D., B neering. 8659 Winfield, Detroit A.I.A. ZETTELL, ROBERT L., W. Harrison, Royal Oak, ZYDOWICZ, MICHAEL P., neering. 105 Surrmer Place, A.S.M.E., Pi Tau Sigma. Do-it-yourself paths through the newfallen blanket of snow provide a series of mazes. . i i L., X ff' M" '15 .:...7'- gala. vi We BOVE, ARMAND D., L.L.B., Law. 8209 Montlieu, Detroit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Moot Court-Chairman, National Moot Court Team, Student Advisory Council. BRODERICK, DONALD J., L.L.B., Law. 8238 Rose- lawn, Detroit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Student Bar Associ- ation. BOSSARD, WILLIAM G., L.L.B., Law. 60 E. Six Mile Rd., Highland Park, Michigan. Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa, Board of Moot Court Director. BURK, WARREN W., L.L.B., Law. 16893 Mark Twain, Detroit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Law -Journal-Business Editor. BURKE, CHARLES T.. L.L.B., Law. 719 Webb, Detroit. Gamma Eta Gamma, National Moot Court Team, Law Journal, Pre-Legal Clinic--Chairman, Junior Class- Secretary. CHUT, FRANK J., L.L.B., Law. 13346 Chelsea, De- troit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Alpha Sigma ' Nu, Law Journal--Michigan Editor, Managing Editor, Beta Gam- ma Sigma, Student Advisory Council, Clarence M. Burton Scholar. DILLON. JOSEPH H., L.L.B., Law. 8829 Dixie, Detroit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Student Bar Association, Student Advisory Council. DOWNIE, JOHN F., L.L.B., Law. 1013 Seventh St., Lorain, Ohio. Gamma Eta Gamma. ENDERBY, LYNN B., L.L..B., Law. 410 Eastlawn, De- troit. Delta Theta Phi, Law Journal. GASE, GERALD R., L.L.B., Law. 1814 Delaware, Saginaw, Michigan. Gamma Eta Gamma. GEIGER, WARREN P., L.L.B., Law. 28475 Lorain Rd., North. Olmsted, Ohio. Law Journal, Inn of St. Ives- President, Student Advisory Committee, Board on Out of Town Residents. GORCYCA, GERALD S., L.L.B., Law. 16261 Mark Twain, Detroit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Alpha Phi Omega, Blue Key, Student Bar Association-Vice President, Student Advisory Council. GRAHAM, GERALD F., L.L..B., Law. 7819 Neckel, Dearborn, Michigan. Gamma Eta Gamma, Moot Co-urt, Law Journal. KELLER, JAMES H., L.L.B., Law. 427 Chalfonte, Grosse. Pointe Farms, Michigan. Delta Theta Phi. KELLY, EILEEN L., L.L.B., Law. 2906 E. Jefferson, Detroit. Kappa Beta Pi. KLICK, TERRENCE M., L.L.B., Law. 6237 Bigham, Dearborn, Michigan. Gamma Eta Gamma, Student Bar Association. JABCZYNSKI, NORMAN E., L.L.B., Law. 4103 Not- tingham, Detroit. Alpha Sigma Nu, Delta Theta Phi, Student Advisory Council, Law Journal-Articles Editor, Editor-in-Chief. Mc AULIFFE, JOHN W., L.L.B., Law. 18000 Fenmore, Detroit. Board of Moot Court Directors. Mc CORMICK, JAMES R., L.L.B., Law 4007 Courville, Detroit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Alpha Phi Omega, Nation- al Moot Court Team, Student Union Board of Go-vernors. O'BRIEN, JOHN N., L.L.B., Law. 830 W. Drayton, Ferndale, Michigan. Gamma Eta Gamma, Class Treas- urer. O'CONNELL, PAUL F., L.L..B., Law. 17545 Santa Bar- bara Dr., Detroit. Delta Theta Phi, Law Journal, Student Advisory Council. O'DOWD, THOMAS J., L.L.B., Law, 10102 Tecumseh, getroiit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Law Journal, Class Presi- ent. RICARD, THOMAS W., L.L.B., Law. 3899 Carter, De- troit. Moot Court-Treasurer, Gamma Eta Gamma. ROSKOPP, GEORGE J., L.L.B., Law 10270 Beacons- field, Detroit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Board of Moot Court Directors-Secretary. TRASK, JOHN F., L.L.B., Law 19195 Rogge, Detroit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Law Journal-Comment Editor, Freshman Class-President. TREMP, ROBERT P., L.L.B., Law. 14584 Sussex, De- troit. Gamma Eta Gamma, Law Journal, National Moot Court Competition Team, Senior Class-Vice President. WEED, JAMES J., L.L.B., Law. 428 Steward, Jackso-n, Michigan. Gamma Eta Gamma. iii: Tv: Q , ' 'fe "" QQ ' '25, ff: rr: ae -- Qf. - . 'fi rg 4- 546 , . S 1 l l r i 'wk Something old . . rf' . . . . such as this recreation of one of radio's earlier programs, "The Town Crier," with veteran WWJ radioman Al Weeks, on "U. of D. Showtime," is the sort of thing University of Detroit broadcasters, with the help of Michigan commercial radio stations, present to a total audience of a million listeners weekly. On the other hand . . . . U ' Something new in 3 f I0 2 8 moves cctmpus, students 3 R fl 3 .E ocross the stote of Mlcblgon 5 E V pbvf W wA, W . . . is in "Spotlight,' produced by U l E! Larry Foy, covers new things, new 3 'a IBA. ideas, new people, on campus. 2 Q' g . Foy is executive producer of the ,M student Broadcasting Guild. 5 TEN PROGRAMS originate on campus each week. One or more I are broadcast on 13 commercial radio stations in nine Michigan 3 cities: Drama, comedy, music and variety in "Showtime," "Concert 6 Hall," "Globe Theatre" and "Radio Theatre". . . discussion and 4 current topics on "Titan Topics," "Spotlight," "Town Hall" and E "News Report," . . . religion on "Church Today" and "India Today." 2 Two score students write, produce, direct and appear in these U. of D. - broadcasts. Q B. -1 3 . O T R' Q ' , 1 f X , . K,MWJLQ, W Q gl T E , is ,ug P WJR, WXYZ, WJB firii, X " Tu, 'li jf.. - x sl . p ,.', g . , S, , gy, , fi 1 . V5 1 J 5 ,A as, Ch?b0Y99!!, DGHQIL HS!!-Q9h!9h+Lqkef lf!!! Remsmi 332 .QQW Today's graduates are entering an exciting new era where they will live better electrically in every way . . . at home, at work, or at play. For example, if you choose marriage, you can enjoy an all-electric home. Included will be electric heat, built-in electric range and refrigerator and a host of time-saving, economical electric appliances. They will be the ultimate in modern living comfort and convenience. Or, if you go into business, efficient electrically operated machines will assist you in getting the job done swiftly and easily-again an illustration of the versatility and dependability of electricity. Or, if you go on to college, perhaps you will become one of the scientists or technicians who help further mold the all-electric world of the future. No matter which path you may choose, electricity will be there to lighten your load, brighten your way . . . help you live better. . . electrically. 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HEATING, VENTILATING AND PLUMBING ENGINEERS O SPECIAL STAINLESS STEEL FABRICATORS ' MODERNIZATION 0 ' R E P A I R S CONTRACTORS FOR THE NEW MEMORIAL BUILDING . LEDERMANN ELEVATOR COMPANY T365 BAGLEY WOocIward 'I-0243 I07 Years' Contracting Service O ri FEDERAL COMPOSITION .- 3 :-:-:-:-:c-:- 1:1:5:1'-:-:-:-:-:-'- IEEE: ::::::5:::::::. :::::g:E:5g:::::2: 51252: :iz-5: ' "2-.iicfqr EE: SE IOR PRINTING and ENGRAVING ..,. 644 SELDEN AVENUE ,' 51515155 'rE1?i.-...-355555: 52:2 - E"5'E Bair? :': 'S-lr' TEmpIe 3-5009 If 3 PowEIz 0 'E BEHIND 5 5 TI-IE TCWER 5 . Q ALL TYPES COMMERCIAL I Q COAL L I SELECT DOMESTIC L FUEL B 3 STERLING COAL N CO. : 6650 KERCHEVAL o L0 7-4380 5 A L. I. Y A R D s CITY WIDE DELIVERY A. DEHAYES, Pres. J. F. DEHAYES, V. Pres. Like to get in on the ground floor and stay there? Sorry, We can't help you. But We do have lots of room for Hrst-rate seniors who Want to get places fast in the communications industry. Seniors with a flair for science, engineering, business, accounting, management and personnel Work. You can find out how you fit into this business in just one interview. See your Placement Counselor now and arrange a talk with our representatives -they visit the campus regularly. Or call our College Placement Office in Detroit. MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Weyhing Brothers Mfg. Co. Class Ring Jewelers fo University of Defroif O DIAMONDS ' WATCHES ' TROPHIES MAIN OFFICE AND FACTORY 3040 GRATIOT ZONE 7 LO. 7-0600 TOWELS, COATS UNIFORMS, ETC. Complete Rental Service SUPERIOR TOWEL SERVICE mer 8-1465 gs 's s , f N -, . if 6 ' F-i NV r W Q M hen you think about it, the family photographer falls somewhere in the family doctor-lawyer classification. The photographer, like the doctor and lawyer, is called upon when major events in your life occur. With a fine studio portrait you can relive in later years the happiness of the engagement, the wedding, the arrival of children. A photograph is part of forever, and our studio takes this responsibility seriously. :kWe are proud to be the photographer chosen to photograph your gradu- ating class. We hope that this is the beginning of a lifelong relationship. PRE-view Pokrkmr srumo, FIRST BASEMENT. woomxmno HUDSO 'S BASEME T STORE Cuda Clothing Co. " Th, QYCIIVDER "' Cuda Cleaners and Tailors 6063 Schaefer Rd. Dearborn C I D E R B L Q C K LU. 2-0007 THE LIGHT-WEIGHT CONCRETE MASONRY ' UNIT USED IN CONSTRUCTING THE LIBRARY, FIELD HOUSE AND MANY D Ei? O I TIS OTHER UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT BUILDINGS 7 S H G W I HIGH PRESSURE STEAM CURED O P L A C E Two fully-equipped theatres 0 Excellent acoustics Dancing for 100 to 5000 0 Dining for 50 to 4000 VErm0nt Finest chefs, equipment, food 0 Ample parking Ask about the Temple Garden I DETROIT 23 . W. VAN LOPIK, Mgr. CGII TEmpIe 2-7100 L L I T f HELTZEL s0MA ELECTRIC C0. 26500 W. EIGHT MILE, DETROIT i STEEL STAIRS Misc. Iron - Press Brake Work I KE 3-5060 KE 3-5061 Detroit 40, Michigan gordon ef- way nc. KENWOOD 3-9330 . T uh excavating Contractors Engawwaif Ga. 17129 ROCKDALE i 1799 Coolidge Highway 0 Berkley, Michigan DETROIT 19, MICH. , . Llncoln 4-7199 - J0rcIan 4-5718 I i I , I1 I THE BRIGGS KESSLER CO. H. J. CAULKINS AND CO. THE RANSOM AND RANDOLPH CO. I l 1 MILK and ICE CREAM i l WELL-ROUNDED SERVICE SPECIALIZATION Eleven major insurance departments, each special- izing in a particular type of insurance. PERSONALIZATION Each department is staffed in sufficient depth, so that personalized attention is given to all your insurance needs. EXPERT TALENT The highly experienced insurance technicians an these departments are widely recognized as ex- perts in their particular insurance specialty. The combination of these three elements results in well-rounded insurance service and sound insurance protection. Detroit s Largest Insurance Agency eg, nnrnorr nasunuici: Aenucv sings. - oernosrfz, Wang. -f :Q . ' ' ' i ' " ' i 1 339 , gi QE i i l 9 1 I Y i p As Union Light urn . . . ..k, S- , Q U ' ft n. I U s sais v n f' ' - p if A 5 A , 1 1 E X . .,. I 4 ., A , ' 322 W -v ' E, . ,W 1 K F1745 75 1 X N " X A, Y 7: . Q... N W if D- Y .' " ' "3'.f ,f ,, MXK in , W , I . X -gQg,.eA , V pix, Q. Lam! fa. 'urs W K' z""' It A ,- A , ONG BEFORE the early dawn busy hands work in the Student Union Building, planning, shaping, pouring, basting, arranging, scooping, and even, in spite of the machine age, peeling. All part of the work of building I manager Bruce Lemon, and food service manager Joseph Benn and their staff in presenting more than two million meals a year to University students and guests. i F7720 Q ' is Q? ,W - m y Sri? X , 33 1 H.. ' V5 : r g . U pn. - a..mu-...nm-wi" 2 ,. 3 , 2 ' . , '.,' A ' ' 1 A, 5 1 2 -5 s 3 ' Wg ii""""" " B l Q I' I M N N, 9 1 1 A. ,X if p V .Q g i . ,, A W ,Z t 1 1. M .Nw Z ,. - X 5 ,-':,,1,., ug A Q t , .H f fn 1 iw? v I L ,i - f V- 6 . rm " V' 5' My p ,f . JL . U Ja w, "' . ' ,V f z 9 5 I 3 Q ' 1, .A 57 Q , 2 elim K 2 B ' ' -. J Y , ' E 4 ..fb,,4' W s + -W 'E?'?1f?P ' Z h hi 32 if ' .Ir J' A Y ' 'f:".f5,-gh in 'I . Q- - A- Q , 'fwfr K . ,U ' SM H , , , ,A , tr I ', Da , -- vc-gtg? 5 Q 4,.,--K YW, 1 w M. ""iNw A as .-f,fa E JIM MOCERI Wholesale Fruit 8. Vegetable Distributors A 17401 DRESDEN AVE. DETROIT 5 Off. Phone LA 6-2640 Res. LA 1-8358 "BREAK" YOUR GUARANTEE TO QUALITY . . . F d P d P k d E I F Th Estestrrloltlj, Rceitciura,r:I,s:eTris,iitu.1ionsa Coe GEORGE MIESEL 81 SON CO. 134 W. Vernor Hwy. WO. 2-4200 Wholesale Grocers - 3540 Vinewood TA 5-7990 Always ask for - A. C. 8 Co., SUPERIOR POTATO CHIPS o esa e TOBACCO CANDY SUNDRIES because they are 2634-38 18th Sl. TA 6-0260 CklsP-EN-lZED WESTERN MARKET f I I . or onger astmg freshness , I I J. v. NERONE TRUCKING co. HOBAN 8' C0M"ANY PARKING LOT CONSTRUCTION 1599 E. Warren, Detroit 7 GENERAL TRUCKING Du. 2-3079 Allen Park, Mich. Wholesalers of Quality Eggs and Butter WDDUWARD E-5077 SHOP IB Good Luck to Mr. Bruce Lemon on his 4th Year BROADWAY MARKET as Director of Food Services of the Student Union 8C ATLANTIC PACKING CO. 6. 6. 6. ' wHoLEsAl.E Mens 62.Il21l3m- Sm .I'po3o WESTERN MARKET Compliments of THE BORDEN COMPANY Michigan Ice Cream Division 14707 Dexter Boulevard Compliments of UNiversity 1-5000 Detroit 38, Michigan MR' AND MRS' MILTON HARRIS Compliments Of JAY-ARE PAPER CO. 5943 Second Blvd. m"i'Y 30000 cLAc1'0us!?fa4fZrenf Compliments of A Friend 341 v-new A Q New Men s Dorm by 1960 HE BUILDING will house 440 stu- dents in two-man rooms, plus four pre- fects in study-bedroom suites. It will be located on the South edge of the McNichols Road Campus in the present housing area. Basic construction material is reinforced concrete, including concrete "eyebrow" window overhangs on student rooms. Harley, Ellington and Day, Inc. are the architects. "The building," ex- plains Robert L. Blakeslee, chairman of the U. of D. department of architecture, and U. of D.'s architectural representa- tive, "is contemporary in design with features in keeping with the present housing section of the campus." Rectangular in shape, the dormitory includes bedrooms on all levels with special service and recreation rooms on the first two. The eight-level building, the tallest on campus Q76 feet above gradej except for the Memorial Tower 1188 feetj, will be constructed of buff colored brick and mankata stone, with extensive use of opaque architectural glass and trans- parent glass. Sod o New Home The Very Rev. Celestin J. Steiner, Uni- versity president, turns the first sod as the deans smilingly observe. Even Before the Telephone- We Were Heating the Homes of Detroit KOENIG COAL 8: SUPPLY CO. Since 1870 Main Office: I486 GRATIOT Telephone WO. I-1584 Compliments of ACME WIRE 8. IRON WORKS Manufacturing WIRE MESH PARTITIONS WIRE MESH WINDOW GUARDS METAL TOILET COMPARTMENTS FRED GALSTER, President DETROIT l l BEVELING GLASS FOR POLISHING AUTOMOBILES SILVERING FURNITURE GLAZING DESK TOPS HOWE-MARTZ "The House of Glass" Manufacturers and Jobbers PLATE, WINDOW GLASS AND MIRRORS, ORNAMENTAL AND WIRE GLASS 9 METAL STORE FRONT CONSTRUCTION 'I429'I MEYERS ROAD TExas 4-8500 Detroit 27, Michigan COMPLIMENTS OF W. KUTSCHE 8 CO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 6275 Schafer Road Dearborn, Michigan Presently Building DORMITORY NO. 3 Colorful MAN KATO STONE For Dormitory No. 3 Furnished by . Adam Groth Company 717 CASS AVENUE JOLIET, ILLINOIS lDetroit Agentl RAY T. LYONS COMPANY 15115 Charlevoix Avenue Grosse Pointe 30, Mich. 4 We wish to express our profound gratitude to the firms, alumni and other individuals, who have consented to be patrons of our 1959 Tower. The giving of your means, as well as the use of your name, in approbation of this effort. has been the source of inspiration to us all. H. I. ALAN, D.D.S. MAX APPEL, D.D.S. CLARENCE A. BOYD, D.D.S. J. H. BURRESS PAUL S. BUTCHER, D.D.S. CAHILL CAMERA SERVICE DR. M. D. CAMPBELL L. CARON, D.D.S CITY TOWEL SERVICE CHARLES F. COKER,JR., D.D.S. ROBERT B. COLTON, D.D.S. LAWRENCE COTMAN, D.D.S. ARTHUR L. DEROSIER, D.D.S. '40 DETROIT NUMBERING MACHINE CO. WILLIAM DEVLIN 344 SAMUEL DICKMAN Si SON ANTHONY DISTEFANO, D.D.S. WILFRED J. DOWD 81 CO. 3519 Michigan Ave. EUGENE DRAGINDA, D.D.S. ALEX FRANK, D.D.S. PAUL M. FREEMAN DAVID FREEDMAN, D.D.S. ERIC FROMM HARDWARE GORDON BAKING CO. WILLIAM H. GIBBS, JR., D.D.S GOLD STAR PRODUCTS NORBERT C. GORSKI, D.D.S. ALBERT C. HOWE, JR., D.D.S. 51 INDUSTRIAL PAINTING CO. THOMAS W. KELLY, D.D.S. PATRONS DR. ALAN H. KLINE, D.D.S. WILLIAM L. LABADIE, D.D.S. LASALLE PRESS LEE 8. CADY LINCOLN PRINTING CO. LOBBY HOBBY EDMUND A. MACARTHUR, D.D.S. '40 MADISON ELECTRIC CO. A. J. MARSHALL CO. 4400 Cass Ave. ROBERT M. MARSHALL, D.D.S. MICHIGAN CHANDELIER CO. 16501 Livernois Ave. HAROLD W. MUNDY NEUENFELDT FROG MARKET EMMETT J. NEVILLE, D.D.S. MICHAEL K. NICOLA, D.D.S. ,J. M. OBERC, INC. 55 Odkmdn Blvd. PINKERTON'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY DONALD H. POLK, D.D.S. '48 RALPH J. ROACH OSCAR J. ROOS, D.D.S. ROSE EXTERMINATOR CO. 8401 W. Chicago Ave. -TE 4-9300 A. R. SCHLENKERT, D.D.S. '36 DR. 8. MRS. JOSEPH A. SESKE LEO SHIPKO, D.D.S. DR. 81 MRS. DANIEL J. SKONEY JOSEPH A. SLOAN, D.D.S. KENNETH D. SMITH, D.D.S., '52 SOLOMON FISH CO. 1305 Winder SPECIFICATIONS SERVICE CO. ANDREW SPIRO, D.D.S. DR. E. RAY STRICKER, D.D.S. '53 DONALD A. THILL, D.D.S. TURNER ENGINEERING CO. 464 Brcxinard Sf. WATERSTON'S MACHINERY 8. SUPPLY CO 960 W. Eight Mile Rd. WEST CHEMICAL PRODUCTS, INC. WESTERN FISH CO. I I- 5 J H BRENNAN Company BUILDING CONSTRUCTION DETROIT -Q I ELLlOT1"S Suppliers to the A R C H I T E C T N. H. MALOW COMPANY CARPENTRY CONTRACTORS and E N G I N E E R 23361 Telegraph Road , Detroit 41, Michigan KE cl 7-1300 B. K. ELLIOTT co. "wo" Detroit Pittsburgh CIevelanc.I Buffalo Birmingham PURITAN ELECTRIC CO. Northwest Detroit's Only Complete Wholesaler DISTRIBUTORS FOR-Thomas 8. Betts, General Electric Co., Bull Dog Electric Prods., Edwards 8. Co., Buss Fuses, Arrow H 8. H Corp., Bryant Elect. Co., Cutler Hammer HEINEMAN K LOVETT CO. Waterproofing Contractors And Other Nationally Known Electrical Products 8700 TIREMAN AVENUE COUNTY WIDE DELIVERY WEbSter 3-7161 UNiversity 3-0503 16200 Wyoming nr. Puritan PERMAGLAZE CO. RAGER POLICE 8. DETECTIVE SERVICE 6905 CHASE 314 Michigan Theatre Building DEARBORN DETROIT 26, MICHIGAN L' P3673 woodwind 3-2613 gh W. P. HICKMAN COMPANY ROOFING AND SHEET METAL Tele: JE. 6-3512 R. L. DEPPMANN COMPANY STEAM AND HOT WATER SPECIALTIES HEATING, VENTILATING. AIR CONDITIONING CONTROLS AIR DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT 333 FULLER S. E. lI20 W. BALTIMORE AVE GRAND RAPIDS DETROIT 2. MICH. E 8. G REFRIGERATION 8. APPLIANCE SERVICE 1630 LAWNDALE Vi 2-2252 Compliments of BAKER'S GAS 8: SUPPLIES INDUSTRIAL GASSES 0 WELDING EQUIPMENT CARBON DIOXIDE GAS 0 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS 2015 Michigan Ave., Detroit 16, Michigan WOodward 2-8570 Branch 4091 Jefferson, Ecorse, Michigan, DU 3-5690 4 6 ...Al Tower Cover in Mosaic Special work entailed the cover design for this yearbook. Peter Sloan, former art editor of Tower 1956 to 1957, is responsible for its creation. Mr. Sloan now lives in Pasadena, California, and is now attending Los Angeles State College. He constructed an actual size mosaic out of Venetian tile from which he made a photographic reproduc- tion. From this reproduction, the Durand Manu- facturing Company did the finished art work and from this produced our four-color, silk-screened cover. ??"'r r t a 1 T3 ' Vinyl' sfmf. sr 7 div - f ,ks l t f . at so 5 . a ' r' ..s, f 'tf- , "t' 'V . 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U , - p h, , A. 6, ,E U rv M mania, Q w r . ggyt. . to ,sw Ajv. g 4, x 3 Alfalfa. at mf .INR kia I Q3 wi "armani 'ksaalilfa 4 347 Athletics 1 11 11 g 11 1 8 - 1 Human Relations Club 272 104-109 Index of Contents Delta Sigma Delta 238 Delta Sigma Pi 239 Delta Sigma Phi 240 Delta Theta Phi t,,,i. i,,.,..l. ,... 2 4 O Delta Zeta 72, 207, 241 Dental Hygienist Capping 52, 53 Engineering Student Council 288 Eta Kappa Nu 1 252 Faculty 18-28 Fall Frolic 75 Flintlocks 11 ...l 1 270 Football 1 1 161-171 Freshman Orientation Week 1 1 169-73 Freshman Welcome Dance 74 Friends of the Library 56, 57 Fresco 1 1 115 Gamma Eta Gamma 241 Gamma Pi Epsilon 11 11 253 Gamma Sigma Sigma 11 100, 11 11 11 1 1 148, 242 Golf 1 1 186, 187 Graduates 1 1 11 1 11 297-323 Greek Weekend 1 11 1 76 Holden Hall Dorm Council 289 Homecomin 1 11 1 1 11 0 9 Importance of Being Earnest 11 11 126-128 Institute of Aeronautical ' 271 Sciences 1 1 .... 1 ..., .... 1 11 Lambda Iota Tau 11 1 253 Law Journal 116, 117 Le Cercle Francais 274 Lent 1 11 152,153 Magi 1 1 1 1 81, 243 Majorettes 1 1 .,,,,,, 1 11 275 Marketing Club 1 11 1 275 Mass of the Holy Ghost 1 241 Men's Union ..,,,,, 1 1 290 Military Ball 11 1 1 1 98, 99 Miss KDB 1 1 11 1 227 Moot Court 1 1 42-45 Pan Hellenic Council 11 1 1 290 Phi Alpha Theta 1 256 Phi Gamma Nu 1 1 245 Phi Sigma Kappa 11 1111 1 244 Pi Kappa Delta 1 254 Pi Omega Pi 1 1 11111 11 254 Pi Tau Sigma 1 1111 255 Pinwheels 1 1 260 Players 1. 111111 1 1 11111 1 11 276 Practice Teaching 1 11111111 46, 47 Psi Chi 1 11111111 11111 1 1 11111111 11 256 Psi Omega 11.11 1 1111 1 1111111 11 245 Psychological Services Center 58,59 Radio Engineering Association 11 1111 1 11 1 1 278 Reno Hall Council 11 1 291 Registration 1 1111 11111 1 11111 3 3-35 Retreat 1 11 11111 1 11 150 Rifles .1 1 1111 11111 277 ROTC Field Day 1 1 40, 41 Roaring 20's Day 226 Sadie Shuffle 1 111111111 1111 1111 9 4 , 95 Sailing 1 1 1 11 192, 193 Sailing Club 11 1111111111111 11111111111 111111 2 7 8 Scalpel Ball 1 11 11111111 1 92 School For Husbands 1 35 Secretarial Science Club 1 280 Senior Tea 11 11 228 Sigma Delta 11111 11 246 Sigma Phi Epsilon 1 246 Sigma Sigma Sigma 1111 111. 2 47, 206 Persons Austin, Phillip 211, 251, 255, 257, 266, 271, 282, 288, 323 Slide Rule Dinner 11111 210, 211 Society for the Advancement of Management 111111 1111 2 80 Society of American Military Engineers 11 11 1111111 11 11 281 Society of Automotive Engineers 11 1 282 Sociology Club 1111 281 Sodality 11111 1 11 283 Speech Club 11 284 Spring Band Concert 1 11111 111111 2 13 St. Francis Club 1111 1111 1111 1111 1 1 2 79 St. Joan 1 11 1 134, 136 Stepping Out 1 1 100 Student Advisory Board oni 1 1 284 Student Bar Association 291 Student Council 1 1 1 292 Student Elections 36, 37 Student National Education Association 1 285 Student Seminar 1 1 1 38, 39 Student Trip 1 1 1 Suddenly lt's 1928 11 11 77-79 96, 97 Tau Beta Pi 1 1 1 1 1111 1 11111 257 Tau Kappa Epsilon 1111 1 247 Tennis 11111 1 188, 189 Theta Kappa Phi .1 11111111 248 Theta Phi Alpha 207, 248 Titan Transcription Network 1 11 1 124. 125 Tower 1 1 1 1 110-114 Track 1 1 1 1 194, 197 Trustees 1. 11 11 16, 17 Tug 0' War 1 11 205-207 Tuyere1 .1 11 11 Varsity Ball Varsity News 72, 81, 249 Women Students' League 11111 292 125 B Bacher, Ronald 1111 1 111..11 271 Bacigalupi, Bob 11 1 210, 237, 265, 271, 282, 291, 323 Baier, Jack 11 11 11 111111 1111111 279 Baitinger, Bonnie 111111 269 Bajer, Theodore 1111 1111 1111 1 1 1 271 Bak, Art 11111 11 1111 11 111111 310 Baker, Earlene 1111111111111 1111111 2 76, 281 Baker, John 1 1111111 1111111 11111111111111 1 1 1 283 Baldwin, Pat 1111 11 247, 310 Baldwin, Richard 1 244, 255, 1111 265, 267, 282, 288, 292 243 Alpha Chi 234 Alpha Epsilon Delta 234 Alpha Kappa Psi 70, 100, 235 Alpha Omega 1 235 Alpha Phi Omega 236 Alpha Sigma Nu 251 Alpha Sigma Tau 236 American Institute of Chemical Engineers 259 AIEE-IRE 1 261 American Red Cross Board 263 American Society of Chemical Engineers 262 American Society of Heating 8t Air Condition- ing Engineers 263 American Society of Mechanical Engineers 265 Angel Flight 264 Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Youth 266 Arnold Air Society 1 266 Association of the U.S. Army 1 267 Baseball 1 198 200 Basketball 174 185 Blue Key 11 251 Campus Christmas Party 1 144' 1 1 145 Carnival 214-225 Cave Dwellers 129-131 Cheerleaders 1 1 1 267 Chemistry Club 268 Chi Epsilon 252 Chi Sigma Phi 1 111 1 237 Chicago Club 1 260 Chorus 1 1 217, 269 Christmas Basket Contest 148 Colonial Prom 100 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine 1 270 Dad Daughter Date 1 1 212 Delta Phi Epsilon 237 Delta Pi Kappa 1 1 238 A Abele, F. 1 161 Abramoski, Ed 170, 173 Acho, Andy 106, 125 Acker, Clarence 277 Adams, Cliff 11 237 Adem, A. 273 Addy, Mary Ann 242, 301 Agbay, A. 1 1 1 161 Ahlquist. Robert 25, 252, 260, 261 Aimette, Alexander 248, 1 261, 252 Ajlouny, Eddie 1 11 236 Alam. Joseph 237 Albee, Ray 44, 175, 177,182 Albus, Jerry 11 1 234 Alcini. Beverly 264 Alder, Ray 281, 8 Alderman, G. 161 Albee, Ray 1 183 Alessi, Len 237 Alexy, Bob 183 Allen. B. 161 Allen, Lynd 310 Allen, Patil G. 244 Alexy, Bob 175, 182, 181 Alonzo. Richard 244 Amhro1 Leonard 301, 105 Ament, J. 239 Anderson, Chuck 112, 276, 8 Anderson, Dick 195, 196 , 348 Inter Fraternity Bowling League 1 11 111111 1111 1.11 1 1 272 Inter Fraternity Council 11 1 289 International Student Association 1 1 1 1 273 Inter Sorority Open House 208, 1 11 1 1 11 1 209 Junior American Dental Association 1 1 1 273 Kappa Beta Gamma 11 100, 1 1 11 11 148, 242, 206 Kappa Sigma Kappa 11 243 Knights of Columbus 11111 274 Anderson, Don 239, 301, 310 Anderson, R. 11 1 1111111 . 260 Anderzak, Clare 111111 11 310 Andries, Edward 234 Angelino, Salvatore 257, 259, 323 Angelo, Carol 1 1 11 280 Annas, Alicia 1 1 11 11 11 276 Annick, John W. 11 1 252, 1111 1 261, 288 Antoun, Josephine 280, 281 Apap, Dolores 1 11 1 248 Applebaum, Samuel 1 11111 1 1 319 Appleberry, Barbara 268, 301 Appleberry, Jean 1 1 246 Applegate, Stephen 1 27 Arlinghaus, Francis A. 27 Armstrong, C. 1 11111 1111 1 11 .1111 245 Armstrong, Bill 1111 11 11 301 Arnold, Chester 111111 11 11 1 246 Arnold, J.. 1 1 1 1 268 Arnold, Robert 1111 1 11 279 Arnold, Wolfgang . 266 Arth, Clifford 1111 1 1 277 Artman, Carol 11 11111 111111 1 11 246 Asam. Jim 11 1 1 1 1 1 243 Asher, A. 11111 11 161 Attwood, F. 1 1 1 1 1 280 Atzberger, Francis 11 251, 1 1 1 1 .111111 290, 310 Aubrey, John 1 1 11111 1111 1 1 285 Augusti, Shirley 1 1 248 Aulette, Joseph 1 11 235, 289 Austin, James G. 111111111111111111111111 310 Bales, Jack .111 111111 Balicki, James 11 1111 1252,257, Balint, John 1111111 1111 11111111111 1111 1 1 11 Ball, John 1 236 Ball, Joseph F. 11 1 Balousek, Carole 1111111 241, Banks, G. 1111 11 11111 1111111 1 Barbour, Kenneth 111111111111 244, Barko, David 1 11 11111 11 1111 Barkume, Donald 1111111.1.111111111.1111 Barnes, Richard 11 1111111.111111111 1111 1 1 Barnes, Toni 1 1 1111 1111 1 05, Barnum, Donald 11111111 111111 1 1 Barrett, J. 11 1111 265, Barrett, James 111111 Barrett, Joe 1111 11 Barrett, T. 1111.1 1 261 278 259 310 310 171 280 310 310 271 106 323 275 282 285 260 WTVS 11 11111. 111111111 1 1 118- XGl's 11 111111 1111111111..1 1 285 Xi Psi Phi 1111111.1 1111111111 1 249 Young Democrats 1111 1111 2 86 Young Republicans Club 111111 286 Bartkowiak, Carol 1 1 242, 246, 1 111111 268, 285,301 Bartol, Bob 11 11111111 111111111.11 2 48, 301 Barton, Bruce 1 111111 11..1111111111 1 274 Basile, Andrew 1111111111 11111.1111 1 1 1111 277 Bassett, Bill 1 1111111111 285, 301 Basile, Andrew 11111 11 11 11111 . 270 Basso, -Peter 1 11 1 249, 251, 255, 1 1 257, 272, 288, 292, 323 Batcheller, Charles .11111111111111111 310 Battani, V. 111111111 1111111111 1 171 Bauer, W. 11 1111111 111111111111111111.1.111111 11111 2 7 1 Baumann, C. .1 11 11 1111... 282 Baumgardner, Bernard 11 11111 248 Baumgardner, Jan 283, 284 Bayma, Robert 1 11 249, 252, 257, 1. 11111 111111 11111111111 2 6 1, 272, 288, 292 Bayne, David C., S.J. ...1.11 11 1 21 Baysinger, Jane 8, 110, 242,290 Beagen, Lawrence F. 11..1.1111 11.. 2 43 Beasley, James 11111111111 1..1111111111...11 2 77 Beck. Charles Becker, Robert Beckman, Joan Beckwith, Lynn 11111111.1. 1.11.111111111 Beiting, Robert 111111 1..1111111111111111 Bellanca, Peter 111111111.1.111111.111 1111.11 Belle, Donald .11.111111 1.11 1 1 278, Bellg, Bruce 11111111111111111 111111 2 56, Belohavek, John 175, 177, Belprez, Richard 1..111111111 252, Bencic, T. 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 310 319 321 321 279 241 279 301 183 262 171 Benefiel, John .11.11111 11111111111111 2 71 , Benfer, Robert ..,,,, .,.... .. Benkert, Robert ........ ..,....,. Benoit, Ken ....... ..,,o.,At Benson, Pat ,.,,.,.... .4..,.. Beresh, S. .,..to.,,....4,... ,...A,.. . Berg, R. .o.,.4,,.,r.,...,.r.....,o... ...,.,.. . Berg, Robert J. ........ . t.... .. Berger, Carolynne ....t.. ...,.,.., Berhman, Joan ..t.,t...,,,r, ......... Berkowski, Joseph ,......... r,.. Berns, William ..,,r4,,,,..rr,t.......4.... r,., Berry, Michael .,oo,,...r4,....r.. .. 259, Bertemes, Mary Ann .. .........,. .. Bertolino, Anthony .. l.,, ..,,... , . Bertrand, Harold 215, 271, 319 278 123 269 235 260 323 301 269 14 310 243, 323 248 261 323 235 Bess, Leon .. .... ...,,,...,,,....,...........,. , .. Beusterien, Bob .,.,..,,,.,,,..,.,,.,,.,...,.. 239 Beyer, Emanuel, ...............,,, ,.,,,... 3 01 Bialek, Richard ,, ,.,, .,,, 2 36, 263, 265, 282, 323 Bieda, Jane , .,...,......,.,.,.,.......,..,,.,., . 242 Bielat, Lynette .,......,.,..,...,,,, .... .,.. 2 7 4 Bigalke, James ,..,.. . ..,. .,,. 2 49, 319 Biglin, Pete ,.., ,,.,,,.,,. .,,..,,....,..,,.,, 2 7 8 Bikos, Norma ......., .,,,. .. .... .. 269 Bilicki, Agatha ,...,, ....,,,, . 269, 281 Billinghurst. Ray .,,.,,,.,, ,...,,..,, , . 246 Bilovus, Jerry ..., .. ,,.. .,... . ..., . .. 301 Bindseil, Lawrence .,,... 265, 282 Biscomb, William ...... . .,.... ...,..,, 2 67 Bismack, Donald ....,.,,,, . ....... 310 Bisson, Edward .,.,,,..,. ..,.,., .,...... . 2 37 Biscomb, William ...............,.,...... 270 Biter, William ,....,,...,,,.,..,,,........ . 271 Bittenbender, Edward ,,.,,.,. 277 Bizek, Stephen ,.,,..,.,,,..,,...,,,,,,.....,. . 323 Blackburn, William ....., 272, 198 Blacklaw, Jim .. ,..,,.,,,,,,,.,...,.. 121, 123 Blahut, Robert ,....... ....,.....,,.,, 310 Blakeslee, Barbara .,,.,., .... . 301 Blakeslee, Robert .......... ......... 2 5 Blaszkowski, G. . ......,,. .......,. 2 39 Blazis, Robert ,...,.......,......,,.....,,,,. . Block, R. ..,,.,.,..,,.......,.,. ,,.........,,.,, . Blossom, Pat 241, 278, 281, Bnckenmyer, Charles .,,..,.,.....,..., Bochnig, Paul A. 310 .,,, ..,.,, Bockheim, Ronald ...,.,,.... 262, 301 119 290 310 310 323 16 310 Bodman, Henry T. .,... ........... . Boersig, David ..,.,,.....,,,,... 235, Bohland, Walt . .... .... ........,. , . . 281 Boigegrain, Charles ,,,,..,,,......,.. 285 Boivin, Joe , ..,,,.,,..,. ,...., . ....,,.,,. . . 281 Bojan, Kenneth .,,. . 267, 277, 281 Bolger, Donald ............,.....,........... 310 Bommarito, Salvatore 238, 319 Bonahoom, Pat ..,. ,...,.,,..........,...... 2 42 Bonahoom, Virginia ...... 100, 242 Bonafair, T. ......,..,,,........,.,..,,,........,.. 171 Bond, Joyce .......,,.......,...................... 269 Bongiovanni, Charles ..,... 236, 301 Bonnice, Joseph ,.......................... 310 Borninski, Edward ..................... 234 Boss, Betsy .....,....,. 83, 88, 90, 91 Bossard, William G. ......,........... 331 Boudreau, Joan ........,..,.. .,.,,....... Bourke, Mary Jane ....,.,,, 263, Bouvier, D. W. . .,.,...................,.. .. Bove, Armand D. ............ 241, Bowen, Bob ...... 8, 112, 173, Bowen, Margaret ...........,......,...., 239, Bowker, John ....,....... 244, 251, 280 Bowen, Roy .,,,..,..,.,..,.,,,..... 275, , 281, 289, 292, Boyd, Jane ............,.,,..,.,.,. 275, Boyd, Richard .............................,... Boyke, William .................. 266, Bozyk, James ......,,. ..,.....,...,...... 264, Brady, T. ,.......,..,.,,.,..,,,.,..... . Brandewie, D ..,,.......,.,...,....,...,...,.. Brandewie, Richard ....,............. Brandt, A. ,..,..,,.........,..................,..,. . Brashear, Capt ............,................, Brauer, Art ........................ 161, Braune, N. ........,. ......,,,,........ . Brazil, Lloyd ....... ..,,.,,,...... 242 301 260 331 175 292 310 270, 283, 310 278 278 282 282 282 260 252, 323 245 267 166 260 198 Breed, William ..,... .....,..,..,, ,.,., Brennan, Katie ...,.,..... ...... 2 47, Brett, William ,...... . . ,..,........ ,, Brisbois, William .........., Brisson, Donald .,....,,..,....,............ . Broder, Alice .. 126, 129, Broderick, Donald 241, 291, Brodsky, Easton ................... .... . Brodsky, Rosalie ,,,,.....,..,.,,.. .,... . Brook, Thomas ....,..,.,... 252, Brooks, Arlene .....,,..,........,,,...,, .. Brooks, J. ..... .. ..........................,. ..., . ., Brooks, R. ......... ..,...,,...... . Brossard, G. William 43, Broussard, Emma . Brower, Richard W. 243, Brown, D. .,......,.....,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,.., Brown, Daniel .. .,......,............ 136, Brown, Donald ...... ,....,,.,.. 2 79, Brown, Edwin , Brown, James .,...,...,, Brown, M. ,.,. ,..,....,....,,....... l 'fffffffffff Brown, Thomas .,..... ...,....,.,. Browne, John ....... . 116, 119, Brubaker, Melvin .. .....,.. Bruce, Michael ..,,,....,......,. 193, Brunackey, Jim ..,..... ..... . . 280, 268 Bruniger, Ronald .. 277, , Brunett, Patrick ..........,....... 191, Bryss, Howard ,. ,,,..,........... Brykalski, J. . .... .. ........ ....... . Brznzinski, John ...........,............., Bublys, Romualdas .... . ,267, Bucci, Richard ...... 265, 282, Buchanan, Al .,............ ...,......,......... Buchel, Gerald .....,..,....,...,.. ......,.. Buckalew, Mary ..,. .,..,,.,,.... 2 48, Buckenmyer, Charlie .,.... 275, Buckley, Mary Ellen ........,......... Budzinowski, Stanislaus 193, Buhl, Grace ,.,.. ,,.....,...........,........ . .. Bujold, Mary Kay .......,...... .,., ..,. Bundy, W. .. ,,.,.,....,....., ,.,,.. . .. Buono, Cn. .... ,,,,...,,. .,....... , Bura, B. .. .... ...,...... . .. Burch, Carolyn .. ..., Burchi, R. . . ...,....,. - -jfffff Burgess, Rita .,,. ..,.,.. Burgoyne, Xavier ....... . .. ., 126, Burk, Warren .... ........,, ...,..,....,.,,.... Burgwin, R. ., ............. Burkart, George ....,.... Burke, Arthur ....,.,,,, , 240, 268, 241, Burke, Charles . ..,.. Burke, Denny ...... .... , .. Burke, Edward , . ..,. ..,.. ,.... , . 1 271, Sheri .......... .. ..,. 244, Burke, Warren ........... ...... ,.... .... Burkhardt, Henry .......... Burke, John. Burke, Burke, Thomas ...... 150, Burkhart, George ....,,............... .. Burlingame, Donald .................. Bury, Daniel ....................., .......,. Bush, Arthur ........,........ .,..... . Bush, Rose Marie .....,. .,,...... Buss, Patricia ....,,....,,,..... .,......,,,.,.... Bustamante, Anthony ..... ...... Buttermore, William ...... 270, Butzel, Leo ....... ......,....,,. ......., , . .. Buyan, Jon 252, 257, 261, Byle, Helen ...,, ..,..,....... . 253, Byrne, Howard ......., ...........,..... Byrne, Janyce ........ 37, 135, 269, 292, Byrne, W. ....,...................,.....,.......... . Byrnes, Don ......,...,.,.,...,,,.,, 263, Byrnes, James ....,,....,,,..,..,.,,.........., C Cadek, F. .....................,........ 161, Caderet, J. .. .........,.,.....,,,......,,...,..,. Cahill, Philip ...,,......,........,.,.,. ......... 161, Caine, James P., S.J. 14, 18 Cain, James ........,......,......., Calandro, John ...........,..,............... Calcagno, Charles J. .,..... .....,.. . 234, Calihan, Bob ...,...,...,..,...,,.......,..... Caldwell, Robert ...,...,..,, 239, 278 105 244 270 310 276 331 319 321 261 281 262 238 241 272 281 265 276 323 240 278 171 241 122 310 243 310 278 301 237 245 310 281 323 246 279 263 291 301 278 269 236 119 276 238 212 280 236 301 133 241 310 291 331 268 285 323 248 301 116 301 239 27 301 269 284 321 323 277 16 288 283 239 248, 301 268 265 269 264 161 262 166 133 243 311 280 175 Calkins, Dale .... .. .... .,.,.,,.. ,.... . . . Calvisi, Louis . .... .. 265, Cambridge, Judith . ..,. ,,,,. ,,.... . Cameron, Jim ..... ....,.,,,.,. 2 39, Camill, Philip ,..,.,....,,..,....,..,......., Camilleri, Nora .,... .........,.....,........ Campana, Richard 237, 286, Campau, Bob 237, 289, 292, Campbell, Robert .,..., .... 246, Campbell, Thomas H. .. 271 282 301 286 277 283 301 323 290 235, 301 ,, ,...,. ., ,. ...... 256, 243, Campbell, Thomas L. ...... 267 311 Campo, Sandra .,...,,......,..... ...242 Campolo, Frank 237, 251, 271, 279, 286 Canady, Dick ..,........ .....,.,,...... ..... Cancro, F. . ,,.............. .,.... ,..,. . . .. Canfield, Mike ,....,,,,,,,,,,,. , 73, 267, Caparoni, L. ...... .... ......,....,....,..,,.,.,. . CHPP, Stan ....... .. Capstick, Kaye ..,.. 251 , 275, Cardella, Dominick .,.... .... , 289, Carinci, Art .,.. ..,... . .. .... Carletti, Kathleen ...,....,,,..,.,,,.. Carlini, W. ,... .,... ..,..,..,..,...,.... . . .... . .. Carlisi, Tony ..... . . .. 284, ....,. 282, 289, Carlisle, Robert ,....,...., Carlson, Mary ,,,. Carney, John ,.,....,,... 275. 280 Carolin, James ,. ,.....,.. .. 244, Carr, J. ,..,... ..,,.... . , ,.., . .....,.,., Carrabine, Martin, S.J. .... Carrico, Connie ........................ Carroll, John .. ,,.. ...,......,..,, 1 71 Carroll, Timothy . . ........ .... . . Carroll, W. .... .... . . .. ...,. .... . Carron, Lionel, S.J. ....,,....... Carstens, N.K. ..... ...,...... .,,.,. . Cartwright, C. .... ...... ,.,,,..,. . Carzon, T. ...,. ,. ..,...,,,. .. Case, Carole Anne . ,,........... .. Casey, Nancy .,,......,.. ........ , Casper, James ..,...,,,,....,., .. ,... .. Cassell, Patti, ..,.,..... . 81, 120, Caton, Doug ...,...... ,. 270, Caton, Jim .,...,.. .,,., 192, 193 Cauchon, Vincent .... 239 Cavanaugh, Mike .. 239, 269 Ceccarelli, Jackie .,...................... Cech, R. ................. ,..,,........... Ceckowski, Don . ,..., .,,..,......... . Chaperon, Richard E. .. Chapla, Barbara ,... ..,.. ......... ,....... Chaplow, Janis ,. ........,....... Chaplow, Thomas Cha man Alan .....,.. p , ........ Chapman, Tom .,.........,...... Chapp, Gayle ,,,. .... .,.............,... 8 Charbonneau, Mike .....,..... ...... Chateau, Robert ,.....,,..,. 23 9, Chatterji, N. .........,..,.,..,........,.,..,,.. . Chelsky, Thomas ,.,,,.,.,.............., Chervanek, Paul ..,..... .......... Chickowski, F. ...........,,.. , Childress, Hattie .......,....,.............. Chim Choy, Fulford ......,..... 272, Chiodo, Paul .,.,..,..... 260, 279, 1 ....... 161: 239 279 244, 283 260 311 311 238, 323 276 301 171 264, 323 247 254 285 269 283 151 321 302 246 268 58 245 171 238 276 302 278 131 283 278 311 280 105 268 281 311 302 302 244 277 168 242 243 311 273 279 282 185 272 262, 273 323 Chretien, George . ....,.............. .. 323 Christ, Paul .,... ..,.., 1 61, 243, 264 Chut, Frank 116, 241, 251 331 Cianciolo, John ..,...,...,......,..,,.,... 311 Cicotte, Charles ........ ,........ 2 35 Ciesliga, John ,.,.............. ..,...... 2 39 Ciolino, Nicholas ......., ..,...,.. 3 11 Cislaw, Carol .,...,,...,, ..,,,,,.. 2 45 Cisler, Walker ..,....., ..., 1 7 Cislo, G. ,.,....,,...,.., ..,...... 2 85 Clancy, Joseph ...............,,.. ..,....., 2 35 Clancy, R. ................ ...........,..,.,..,...,, 2 59 Claramunt, Patricia ........,...,,,... 269 Clark, Ben .....,,...........,.....,.........,...,,.. 311 Clark, Daniel ........................ 262, 288 Clement, Jim ......,........... 237, 251, 259, 288, 292, Clements, J. ...................................... . 323 171 Clifford, William ..,....... Coakley, Kenneth ........ , Coccia C. ........ ,... . Cogley, John . .,.... .. Colbrooke, Paul .,.. .,.......... 247 Colegrove, George. ..,, .. Collins, Mary Ellen Comeau, Evelyn ....,.,.. Conder, James ..,.... Cole, Robert ..., ,... Collins, Danny .. . 161, 169 Collins, Tom ....... .,,.. .,,,...... 2 3 9 Collins, William .. .,,.. .. 245 Colombo, Gerald .. ,,,,........... ., .. ...,,.........,... .. .........,.,.,, 280, Colombo, John ,.,,. ............,.... .,... Comeau. J. .. ..,,.., ,.,,,,.......... . .. Comar, Dick ...................,. .. 190 Comer, Russell .......,. . ,......... ..,,. . Conder, James ....... . ..........,..,. Condino, Vince ,,,,,,,,.., ....,, 2 43 Condron, .,..,,. . ,,...,... Conley, Lawrence ...... Connolly, H. ....... .,..... Connolly, Karen .. . Connors, B. ...,......,... . Consolo, E. .......,...,...,.,.,. Conway, Tom ............,,.... Cook, Simon ...,...,,,,.,,..,.....,, Cook, T. .,....,,.,,..,.,,,..,,.,,,..,,..... . Cooley, Margaret Ann . Coonen, Lester .....,.,,.,.,...... Cooney, Pat ,,,, Cooper, Charlie . ,..,.,...... . Copus, Larry .....,.....,............ Corazzol, John ...,,,..,...,,.,.. Corbett, P. .,.,....,. ..., . . Corbett, Ronald .................. Cormier, Louis ....,............. Cormier, Robert ..,..... .. Cornish, James ...,,,,.,......,.. Corrigan, Fran .... .... ........... Corteggiano, Josette Cosby, Willis ..,,,,....... V Cosens, Frank ,. ,.... .. Cosey, Irma ,....,............. .. 247, 263, v 323 311 245 56 267 302 248 302 269 311 311 274 319 244, 289, 311 244 274 191 311 302 311 198 256 171 246 275 171 265, 282, 323 319 249 8, 242 . . 14, 18 302 247, 279, 238, H1175 283 72 Cosgrove, Robert ..., ..... . . .. Cosgrove, Terrance Cosgrove, W.J. ..... ........ . Coskey, Chuck ...... Cossa, Dominic .... ..... ...,... . , , Costello, Tom .,.,..,,.... Cote, Chuck .......,,.. ,. .. 97 Cote, Paul . ...,.. . 261, 269 Cotner, Raymond ....................... Cotter, Bob ..,.... ,... , ..,..... Coughlin, Charles Coyle, Coyne, Tom .,,..,.....,,,... Bernard .,........................ 3 J Crane, B. ......,............. ........... . ,..... . , Crane, Fred .. ...., . 236 289 Crane, Robert .. Crepeau, Ed. .........,..........,,. . Croci, Butch ......... Croci, Ronald ............ Cronin, John J. ..... . Crooks, John ......... Crosby, Paul S. Cross, Jo Ann Cross, John ....... .. J SJ Cross, L.awrence ., Cross, Cross, Crowley, Diane Walter ,...,,. .. Thomas ...... 265, 263, 280, 259, 319 319 243 183 302 237 237 237 276 248 302 274 281 246 311 245 236 213 240 237 278 311 105 244 199 311 161 302 105 311 279 279 17 323 27 120 259, 323 14, 18 273, 282, 323 282, 265 292 269 3 Crowley, John ...........,...,.. 239, Crunk, Sharon ........... .................... Cubitt, James ............ 254, 284 Culhane, Daniel ..,.....................,.. Culhane, Lawrence .......... ....... Cummings, Tom ,........,.......,......... Cummiskey, Connie ........,............ Cunningham, James ............,.,.,. Cupelli, Nicholas ,..............,,......, Curtain, Margaret .........,.............. Curtin, Darien .................. 236, Curtin, R. ........... ............................ . Cuson, R. Terry ............ 240, 321 286 248 248, 324 281 276 311 324 241 269 260 289 349 Cjfbulski Ronald Cygan. Fred Cyranski. Waldemar 1 Czarnecki, Judy Czarnota,Evclyn 242 Czopko. Jean Czuba. Teddy D Dahlkemper. David Daigue. Carol Dakan,Lt1 Col. 28. 41, Daley, Martin Daley, Matt Dalraso, William Damaske, Robert Dando. Bill 161. 165 Daniel. Ed 252, 262. Danner. Peter 1 Daoust, Kathleen 8. 242, Daoust. Richard 1 Dassow. Douglas 1 1 Daugherty. J. 1 Dauerer. Walter 252 David, L. Davidson. R. 1 1 Davis, Ray 1 1 1 Davison, Michael Day. Dennis Day. William 1 11 Debuck, Diane 1 De Busschere, Dave ,.,. De Camillo, Robert 11 Decker, Gerald ,,.. DeClairac, 11, S.J. 11 1 DeCorte, Mary Ann Deeb. Micky .ill DeFrain. Leo 1 Dehring, Barbara Deigert. Fred Delessandro, Theresa 1 DeLisi, Peter 1 ,.,,, 11 DeLong, Michael Delorcy, George De Maeght, Leo 11 De Marco, Catherine 1 Demas, T. DeMatteis, Bill 11 De Mattia, James 244, DeMattia, Michael De Mattia, Walter DeMeulemeester, Dolores 8 Dempsey. James 1 De Muynck, Evelyn Dennis. Howard 1 1 De Santis, F. 11 Des Chenes, Fred 11 1 De Tavernier, David 1 Dettloff, Frank 11 1 Dettloff, Janet 1 1 Devancy, John 1 1 Devere. Gerald 1 DeWitt, Richard 1 Di Ceglie, Frank DiCicco, D. Dickow, Robert Diehr, Raymond Diehr, Tony 1 234, Dietz, Tony 234, Dietz, John 1 11 DiGiorgio, A. Dillon, Joseph DiMaggio, Bud DiMaggio, S. 1 324 237 311 280 269 292 267.302 271 324 265, 324 242, 269 281 246 281 281 302 266 168 198 257 324 283 291 256 302 302 234 161 257 261 185 A 249 161, 168 260,271 278,261 11 17 -1 321 1 1111 1 185 121 1 244 -1 311 1 273 1 269 1 1 286 261,278 302 302 1 83,90 243,289 1, 1111 1 302 11 311 112 302 283 302 245 249.261 251 302 246 245 319 ,302 286 302 11 1 242 11 311 215 123, 278 1 111111 243 11 311 242, 269 105,8 255,257, 288,324 257, 255 271,324 1 259 1 111111111 264 1 234 280 311 289,290 289,290 240, 291 1 260 241, 331 236,255 265 Dimmer, John 11 1 244, Dinan, Timothy 1111 1 234, 284, 290, 251, 302 Dinello, Gilbert 1 111111 1 11 311 Dingens, John 1 Dingler, Gerald Diroff, Leo 1 11 Dixon, Tom Dobranski, Stanley 11 Dobrinsky, Edward 1 Dobroski, Jerome 1 Dobrinsky, Edward 11 161, 1288, 261, Dogonski, Gerri 111111111111111111111111111 350 166 312 302 120 312 279 278 279 242 Doherty. David 11 1111111111 1111 2 44, 266 Doherty, Richard 1 1 283 Dolan. Patricia 1 254 Dole. D1 1 11 1 1 1111 11 275 Dole. John 1 1 244 312 Dolesh. Robert 263, 265, 1 1 282, 324 Doman, P. 1 111111 282 Donagrande. Richard 1111111 161 Donkers, John 11111111 11 11 312 Donnelly. James 11 11 1111 1 262 324 Donnelly, Jerome 1111 11 285 Donohue, Lawrence 1 1111 1 1 324 Donovan. John 1111 277 Dolittle, Bruce 95, 244, 324 Doran. Thomas 1111111111 11 1111 302 Dorcey. Gerald 111111 1 262, 263, 11 265, 282, 288, 324 Dorko. Ernest 1111 1 257, 324 Dorr, Margaret 11 1 52, 273, 321 Dorre. Lynn 11 1 11111111 11 111111111111 242 Dorsz, Ed. 11111 1111111111111111 1 1 .111111 1 73 Dougall, T. 11111111 275 Dougherty, Michael 1111 11 11111111 1 271 Dow, R. 11 1111111 111111111111111111111 11111111 2 7 1 Dowd, Harry 1 1111111111111 11111111 2 91 Dowd, Joan 11111 11 1111 280 Dowd. Richard 1 111111111. 11 312 Dowling, Mike 111111111111111 11 259 Downey. Tom 111..111 11111111 1 1 1111 1 237 Downie. John 1 1 1 111111 241, 331 Doyle, Patti 1 11111 11111111 1111 1 2 76 Drabczyk, Ed 11111111111111 198, 199, 1 1 111111111111111111111 280, 312 Dragoni, Anthony 11 111111 270 277 Draheim, F. 1111 1 11111111111111111111111111111 238 Drakos, James 11111111111111111111111.11111 312 Draves. R. 11 11.1111.1111 1 260 Drellishak, Kenneth 11 255, 1 1 257, 271, 288, 324 Drennan, Mathew 11111111 11 11 11 312 Drinan, Jim 11111111 11 1111111 291 Drogosch, Judy 111111 248, 285 292 Drolet, Catherine 1 11111 1 302 Drolet, Kay 11 1111111 11111111 248 Drolet, Judy 1 11111 11 1 1111 1 248 Dromgold, Emerson 161, 166 Drouillard, Chuck 1111 11111 8 Dryps, Robert .111 111111 1111.11111 1 1 1 11 302 Ducey, Donald 1 111111 241, 291 Ducket, Jean 11111 241 272 Dudash, Stephen, 1 11 1 303 Dudeck, Conrad 1 262 Dueweke, Ralph 11 1 283 303 Duffy, Charles 277 Dugas, Robert 1 11 303 DuMouche1le, Rosemary 1111 278 Dumser, Jack 1 11111111111111111111 1111 2 78 Dunbar, Frances 111111111111 127, 253, Duncombe, Charles 11111111 1111 1 1 25 Dunham, Donna 111111 303 Dunham, Tom 11 1111 1111 1111 1 1 1 319 Dunn, Daniel 1111 11 1111 1 278 303 Dunn, Terrance 1 1 111111111 1111 1 1 312 Dunneback, Gerald .1111111111 8, 238 Duornak, M. 1111 111111111111111111111111 11111 2 5 5 Dusseau, Kenneth 11 312 Dvornek, Michael 1111111111 1 324 271 Dwyer, J. 11 11111 11 11 171 Dwyer, Karen 1 111111 216, 286, 1 1 11111111 11111 11111 1 292, 303 Dwyer, W. 1111111111 283 Dylewski, J. 1 11111111111111111111 245 Dylus, R. 1111 1111111111111111111111 1 75, 183 Dynes, Robert 1111111111 1111111111111111111 2 43 Dziurman, Theodore 111111111111111 247 E East, Matthew 1 111111111 111111 1 Earp, Sue 1 1 1111111 11111111111111 2 42, Eaves, Margaret 111111111111111111111111 Eckhout, Charles 1111111 11111111 Edison, James 111111111111111111 240, Edwards, Patricia 11111111111 111111 1 Ehlendt, Julie 1111111111111 11 120, Eick, Edward 11 111111111 1 11111 1 8, Eilertson, John 1111111 Eisner, Steve 11111111 277 312 321 312 303 303 248 279 191 115 Elizabeth, Faye 111111111111111111111111 11 83 Elliott, John 1 1111 271, 324 Emaneil, Ronald 11111 1 1 234 Emerson. Michael 111111111 11 279 Emery, Harry 1 1111111 1 11111 1 303 Emig. Nancy 11 11 1 312 Emmet, Thomas 1 111111111 1 14, 69 Enderby, B. Lynn 1111 240, 331 Enderle, Joe 11 111111111111111111111 11 1111 1 214 Endres, Bernard 1111 1111 11111111 1 2 57 Engdall, Ted 111111 11 257 Engdall, Ted 11 11 246 Engerer, V. 1 11111 1 247 English, Janet 1 111111 1 236 Enous, Ralph 1 111111 1111 1 11 244 Erickson. Albert 267 Esper, Don 1 1 1111111 1111111111 1 236 Espinosa, Dr. 1111 62 Esser. Walter 1111 247, 272 Esshaki. J. 1 11 277 Evans, Roger 1 1 1111111 240 Evans, William 11 303 F Faber, Tom 11111111111111111 11111111 2 37 Fagan, George 278 Fahey, F. 11 1 1111 11 260 Fahrenkrug, Vern 1111 11111111111111 1111 1 9 6 Falater. Larry 1111111111111111 1111111 1 11 274 Faler, Diane 111111111 1 1 312 Falf, James 1 111111 257, 260 Falotico, D. 11111 11111111111 1 1111 11111111 1 1 1 265 Fanale. Diane 1 11 1111 1 152 Faoro, Lou 161, 164, 167, 168 Ferrell, Allan P., S.J. 111111111111 27 Foster, Mary Beth. 246, 264, Fowler. John 11111111 111111111111111111111111111 Fox, Sheila 111111 11 11111111 Foy, Larry 1111 1 111111111111 111111 1 1111 Francis, Joseph 11 1 Francis. Suzanne G. 271, Frank, Michael E. 1111111111 1 Frankovsky, A. 111111111111111111 1 Frankowski, Jerome John 11 Franko, M. 111111 11111111111111 1 Fredal, J. 1111 11 111111111111111 Freedman, Arthur 11 1111111 11111 1 1 Freeman, Liz 1111111111111111 1111111 1111111 Frendo, Paul 11111 1111 1111 111111111111111111111 Freund, Clement 11 1111111111 1111 1 11 Freville, C. 111111 265, 271, 282, Fritsch, E. 11 11111111.11111111111111111111111111 Fromhart, Wally 11111 111111111111 1 61 Fry, G. 11111111 11111 111111111111111111111 2 3 8, Frye, Francis C. 11111111 11111111111111111 1 Fucheon, J. 111111 1111 111111111111111 1 Fulford, Robert A. 11111 1 267, Fulgenzi, Andrew N. 1111111111 1 Fuher, Richard G. 1111111111111111111111 1 Futach, Ernie 1111111111111111111 G Gaietto, Raymond 1111111111111111111 11 1 Galarowicz, Joanne Gall, Robert 111111111111111111111111 Gallina, John 1 11111111111 1 Galvin, Robert 1 283, 259, Galvin, William 1111111111 11111111111111 1 11 Gannon, Dave 111111111111111111111 Garbarino, June 1111111111111111 265, Gardiner, Sue 11111111111111111111111111111111 Gardner. LaMaurice Garn, John M. 1 111111111111 Garripee, Lester 1111111111111111 Garofalo. Esther 1111111111111111 Gase, Gerald 111111111111111111111111 Garza, James 111111 11 1111111111111 11 Gasvoda, Donald 111111111111 248, 'i5iQ 260, Gaul, Edward Gavin, Patricia 11111 1111111111 Gaye, R. 1111 11111 1 Gazmararian, J. 11111 1111 1 Gazmararian, L. 1111111111111111111111111 1 Geer, Elher Gerhardstein, , Usaa ""'i 2537553 Gerken, Ted 1111111111111111111 1111111 1 Geiger, Warren 111111111111111111 Geist, Roberta 1111111111 Gems, Elaine 1111 111111 8 , 241, Genbernalik, Edward 11111111111111111 Gendich, Judy 11111111111111111111111111111111 Genter, Gordon 111111111111111111111111.11 Farrell, G. 11 11111111111111 1111 1 11 282 Fatka, Richard 11 11 11 260, 324 Faylor, Terry 1 161, 166, 234 Fazzio, Frank 1111111111111 1 282 Feddersen, B. 11111111111111111111 111111 1 238 Fedor, Victor 1111111 1111111 2 55, 257, 1 1 1111111 264, 288, 324 Fedorko, Francis 111111 282, 324 Fedorko, P. 11 1 1 265 Fedrigon. Arthur 1111 1 11 312 Feehan, Barbara 1 11111 1 111111 303 Fehribach, George 11111 312 Feist. Anna Mae 111111 303 Fekete. Elvira 11 1111 11111111 2 42 Felczak, Lorraine 11 111111111111111 11111 2 42 Fellrath. Joan 1 1111111111111111 248 Felter, Patricia 1 1 1 11 11 269, 281, 283, 290, 303 Feng, Louis 11 11111111 111111111111 1 324 Fernbaugh. Robert 111111111 111111111 3 12 Ferry, Hugh 11 1111111111111 11 11 16 Filarski, Lillian 1 111111 242, 253, 11 1 11111111 1 11 1 256, 283, 303 Findlay, Thomas 1111111111111111111111 1 246 Finn, Arthur 1111 1111111 2 61, 324 Fischer. C. Edwin 111111111111111111111 234 Fisher, Alfred J. Jr. 111111111111111111 14 Fisher, Mary 111111111111111 11111111 3 21 Fisher, John S. 111111111111111111111111111 312 Fitzgerald, Catherine 111111111111 172 Fitzgerald, Jim 111111111111111111 239, 275, 1 1111 111111 2 78, 280, 286, 312 Fitzgerald, Lloyd 11 1111111111111111111111 11 Flatley, Thomas W. 1111111111111 1 Fleckenstein, Chuck Fleischmann. Larry E. Flemming, Beverly 111111111111 242 Flemming, Ray 111111111111111111111111111 Fletcher, R. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111 1 Flmtlocks, 1 11 1 11 11111111111111 Flowers. Michael Leo Flynn, D. 111111111111111111111111111111 161, Flynn, Jim 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Flynn, Mike 11111 111111 1 66, 171, Fodale, Frank J. 11111111111111111111111111 1 Foley, Eugene 111111111111111111111111111111111 Foley, Joseph A., S.J. 111111 14, Foley, Morgan F. 11111111111111111111111 1 Force, F. 11111111111 1111 111111111111111111111111111 1 For Chin, William 111111 262, Ford, Earl 1111111111111 237, 271, Forster, John 11111111111111111111111111111111111. Fortin, Richard R. 11111111111111111111 1 Fortunate, Allane .11111111111 249, 251 212, 22 324 324 303 303 105 171 270 277 168 239 303 243 260 148 312 215 273 324 274 312 246 Geradi, Nancy 111111111111111111111 11111111 Gerardi, James 111111111111 247, Gerardi, Jasper 111111111111111111111111111 Gervase, Jerry 11111111 111111111111 Gesell, H. 11111111111111111 111111 1 Getz, J. 1111111111111111111111111111111 111111 1 Ghilani, A. 11111111111111111111111111111 Gholdoian, George 111111111111111111 Giachino, James 111111111111111111111111111 Giammanco, Peter 111111111111 276 Gibson, Peter 257, 260, 288 Gigliott, Ralph 111111111111111111111111111111111 Gilkey, G. 111111,11111111 11111111.11 Gill, Tom 11111111111111111111 11111.1111.111111 Gilvydis, J. 111111111111111111111111111111111.1111 1 Ginnetti, Mario 111111111111 265, Giriraj, P. 11 111111111111111111111111111111111 Giovan, William Giovanni, Joanne 136, Gleeson, John 11111111 111111111111 Gleeson, P. 1111111111111111111111111 111111 1 Glinski, Leonard Glynn, Joan 11111111111111 111111111111 Gnau, Arthur 111111 11111111111.111111111111 Goebel, Edward 111111111111111111111111111 Goetz, Mary Ann 111111111111 207, Gogoleski, Linda 1111111111111.11111111.1 Gohs, Jerry 11111111111111111 1111111. 8 , Golden, Mike 111111111111111111111111111111 8 Golen, Raymond Goodman, Daniel 290 281 242 124 324 303 303 260 282, 234 249 245 319 247 246 24 325 161 162 273 312 171 277 303 248 166 303 303 325 279 234 234 291 321 248 272 270 313 312 331 276 325 279 246 238 273 273 25 303 279 331 241 303 312 226 243 264 270 24 105 249 264 260 234 240 283 325 312 260 279 260 325 273 276 8 269 185 236 272 14 279 248 242 107 270 244 27 Goodman, James E. .A...,.....4,..,.. 211 Goodman, Marjorie ..,...,....... .. 14 Gorcyca, Gerald ......,.,....,.r,. 43, 241, 331 Gorcyka, Thomas .......,o,o.,.,,o.... 256 Gorcys, Gregory ...G .,.r... 2 44, 266 Gormley, Tyrone ..,..r..,.....,,. 259 Gosinski, Diane .. ..,.........r , 280, 312 Gottlieb, Arnold .. .i,,e,...,e. 319 Gould, Ronald lll... 235, 272, 275 Govan, Ann ,..,,,.,...,. ,, ...,1e 8 Grace, Thomas .. ...,.., ll., ..,...,,,... 3 1 2 Grach, George .. 1 ....,... .,,, . ,. 313 Grady, William ,. ...,,,. 245, 319 Graham, Bob ., ,..... ,.,, , ,, 8, 111 Graham, Gerard 241, 331 Graham, Lou , A ,,,. 198, 200 Grant, Edward ,...,....,,.....,,,..... . 278 Grant, G. ,,,,.,.,,, ...... ,.,....,,,, 1 7 1 Grant, John ..... ,.,,., .,..,., . . 260 Gratson, Louise .,...,.., 256 Gray, Robert ,,.,,., ,,... . ,,.,,. . . 277 Grazioli, Mark . ,.,. , ,..,.. 240, 262 Grech, George . ,,,... 235, 275 Greely, Michaell .. .,... . 303 Green, Russell .....,...,. ..,., 2 67, 277 Greene, Doc ,.,,,. .,.,.. ,,,,..,. .,....,,,..,. 8 3 Greenwalt, William , ,.,...,,, 234 Greenway, W. ,.......,, ..,.,,................ 2 35 Greenwood, R. .......,., , ..,, . 281 Grief. William .... 277, 281, 282 Greig, P. T. .....,...... .. .... ...,.., . 245 Greiner, Rosemary ,. .,,...., .... , 248, .. 2 .,,, . , ,,.,, , .,.. 284, 292, 303 Gresdo, Stephen M. ,, ,,., ,. 325 Greulling, K. ...,,. .......,,,,...,,,..,..,.,. 1 71 Grewe, Gene ....,.... .........,. 2 14 Griffin, D. ,, .,,,. 1 157 Grimley, Joseph , ...... 238, 319 Grix, Anne , ......,.........,.,...,,..,, 241, 278 Groen, James F. .,.,..,........... 274 303 Groesbeck, Don .............,... 239, 269 Grone, Jerry ,,..,...... ,,... , 237 Grubba, John .............. ..., 1 05, 284 Gruber, Ken .,,. .. 239, 313 Gruber, Thomas L. . .,,.,...,, . 252, , ..... ...,. ,,,.,,... ....,,, 2 6 1, 288, 325 Grylicki, Dennis A. 262, 325 Guernsey, Marianne 283, 304 Guiffre, Richard .. ...,.. 237 Guinan. Jane , 276, 283 Guiterman, Art , ........... ...... , 132 Gulowski, Bernard ..., 274 Gunian, Jim ,, , 270 Gumbleton, Daniel ...,. 270, 281 Gusinde, Frank .... . 257, 262, .. , .,....,..,..,.,.... ,.,. ,,.... 2 8 8, 325 Gustafson, Mary Ann ,,,.,, 269 Gutch, G. ........,.. .... , ,, , 260 Guzanek, Ted ..... ..... . 237, 263, 265, 282, 325 11 Habel, Alfred ,, ,..,.. , .,,... 313 Habte-Mariam, George - ,..... 278 Hachlinski, Robert , ,...,.. . 134, 276 Hackett, Claire .... ,.,,.,.....,,...,........ 3 04 Hagen, Joseph . ....., ,.........,..., 2 43 Hahn, Marianne , ,..,.... ....,,......... 3 04 Hahnke, Doris ..... ,.,. , .. 247, 263, Haley, Jerry , ,,,,.....,....... ......,.,.......,, 2 90 Hall, Wendell .,,..,,.. ,..... 8 , 105, 125 Haller, Joe . ....,. ,..,,......,.,,.,,..... 237 Halpin, Donald .. ...... .... .,... . , 304 Halpin, Jim .,............, 237, 260, 279 Hamel, John ,.,,,,,.......... ...,..... 2 45 319 Hamill, Kent .,..,,.. ,.,.,,...,.... . , ..... 285 Hamilton, Roberta ....,,...,,.,,.,,. .. 276 Hammer, Orville ,,......, ,.........,.,,.. 3 13 Hanley, Tony . 161 167, 168 Harbrecht, Paul , .....,,.,......,.,......,.,.. 14 Harbulak, Edward ......... .....,.,., 3 04 Harding, Edward ............ .,.....,, 2 34 Hardwick, Clyde ...,.,..,............, ....... 2 3 Hardwick, Sandy ,.....,........... 248 269 Harmon, Daniel ,.,.........,,,...,.. 14, 236 Harper, Dennis ,.,....... ...,........... 3 13 Harpold, Daniel ..,.,..,.. .....,.... 3 13 Harr, W. , ,.,,............ 2 Harrington, T. .,..,,., . Harrison, Bill Harrison, G. Hart. William Hartzell, Sally . . ,. . Haubert, Joseph 1 1 HaiLi5e,"'Maify' l'.. "l, A Hauswirth, David .....,,,,, 249 , ..,... 239 ,. ,,.,.,..,. ,...,. . 56 252, 262, 325, 241,285,292 , ..,.265,263, 325, 282 247,280,292 252j257, , ........ ...,. ,.,......., . 2 62, 325 Hayck, G. , ,.,... . 249 Haydock, Steve ........ .. 263, 264 Hayduk, Robert ..., . 283 Hayes, Frank ,,,.. , . 246 Hayes, Fran 248 Hayosh, Thomas .... .,.,. ,...,.,,,. 2 6 1 Hazell, William ........., .. ...... 262 Healy, Gerald ,,..,...., ,,,., . .. ..... . 313 Hecht, Phyllis , ..............., ,..., ...... 2 4 5 Hecklin, Georgette ,,,,,.,, 246, .,..,,,...,,.,.,..... ..., ,,,..,....,.,.,,... 2 6 8, 304 Heckmann, Dale ,.... ., .... ,.....,...,... 2 34 Hedeen, Barbara ....,.......,,,,, ..,., . 276 Hee, Christopher . ,,., ,... , 259, 267 Heger, George 2 , 195, 194, 173, 175, 177, 183, 184 Heget, H. .. .. ,..,...,.... 245 Heidrich, Arthur 244, .. 257, 259, 325 Hellman, James , . , 279, 289 Heintzel, John . , , 265, 282, 325 Held, Lawrence ..,., 249, 319 Hellars, H. ,.,. 249 Hendricks, Stanley .,., 249, 319 Hendrie, Mary . ........,....,,,.,. 276 Henderson, Everette .,.., ,. 14 Henning, Vic ...,,, 161 168, 304 I-Ientschel, Nan ............,,,... ,.,,.,.. 2 48 Herbert, William ,.,., .. 265, 247 Herman, H. ., .. , 171 Heroux, Thomas ,............, , .. .,... 285 ferr. Carol ....,........ . 246, 290 Hesse, Charles ......,....,...... 272, 274 Heter, W. ..,.,,...,......,. ....,.....,......... 2 60 Hetherson, Dee ,.....,....,..,.,.,.,...... 267 Hetrick, Ed. .... .......... . 237, 252, 257, 261, 325 Heyart, Richard .,..... ., ...,..........,. . 313 Hibbeln Carrene 242 292 304 Hicke, cami 99, 2707, 2641 283 Hopper, Michael 246 Horbett, E. 3 ., ..., . .. 260 Horen, C. . , . 286 Horen, Mary Clair . .... 263 304 Horkey, Don . .,,........ ,..... . 105 Hoyt, Linda . . 105 Huddleston, James .. 241 Hudson, Marvin . 265, 325 Huey, Gilbert .. 252, 261,325 Hughes, Larry 175, 179, 180, 183 Hull, Richard . ,... 241, 304 Human, Laraine ,. 242, 304 Hunt, Donald ., , 14 Hunt, L. ,..,.... . . . ,. 245 Hurst. Pat . . 247, 290, 292 Husband, Thomas 240, 260 Huston, Dick , ,.,.,. .. 172 Hyek, Raymond H 304 I Iacobelli, Mario . 246 Isola, Andrew ....,,.,., 240 304 ltzoe, Charles .,,,...,.,. .....,.,, , 3 266 Ivkovich, Joeo .....,.,.. 161, 166 J Jabczynski, Norman . .... 116, ., ,, ..,...,.,...., .... .,,,..... . . .,...,..... 1 17, 331 Jackson, Ralph ....... 246, 290 Jacobs, Jack .,,.,,, , .,,.. 240, 200 Jackunas, F. , .,.... .,.. 161 Jaklitsch, Maya . ., 278 Jakubiak, Eugene .,,,,,.. 313 James, Harry , ,. 210, 222 James, Wallace . ...,, ,.,,, 2 63, . ....,.. ,.., ,...,.,. , , 265,325 282 Jaminet, Robert ....,,... ,. .,.......,. 270 Janci, Fred .. .... ..,... ,,...,.,......., , ,..., 1 3 1 Janies, Andrew 244, 313 Janiss, Denis .. ,.... .. 18 Janisse, Dr. ..., .,..,.......,......,.,....... . 62 Januszko, Walter .,,,....,.... 277 Jarosz, Stephen .,,..., 1 ......... ...., 2 77 Jaruga, George , 238, 319 Jatkoe, Paul .,.. , 245, 319 Jejjo, S. ....,,.. ..,.... 9 e3...,,...., 2 73 Jerek, J. ., .. ,. ....... , 161 Jeris, Judy 242, 304 Jerzylo, James ,,...... . 304 Jessen, Dirk ,.., ,, 277 Johnson, C. ..,.,... 271 Johnson, Mildred . ..,,, ,, ,. 146 Johnston. James . , 236 Jones, Douglas . 234, ,. .... ,,.. .... , . .,.. 268, 289,304 Jones, Matthew . 277, 281 Jordan, James .,,. 271 Jordan. Tom .. 280 Jose, M. . , , ., 273 Joyce, Michael . 246, 280 Joyce, William Kelly 187 Joynt, Nancy .. A .. .,,,.,....... ..,,,, . 242 Jrvaneta, Antonio ,,,.,..,, ,.,...... 3 13 Jungwirth, Bob ,....,......... ......... 2 49 Jurdzinski, Joann ..... ,......,. , 304 Jursca, Richard .... .,,.,,,.,, 2 81 Pi Kachnowski, Daniel ......,, ,. . 304 Kaczorowski, Jerome 271, 325 Hicke, Donald 257, 261, 252, 325 Hickey, Richard ........,.... ., ,,..,.. 313 Higgins, Anna ., , . ...,..., ....,.,. . 269 Higgins, Anne , , ,, ,,., 241 Hildebrand, Joseph .....,, 313 Hill, Kathy .. ..,. .... . 248 Hill, Merritt .....,..,..,,, , ........ . 15 Hillary, Patrick . .,.,.. .. 262 Hiller, W. . ,. , , 239 Hillow, Regis ....,.... ,,.. , ,, 352, 260 Hiltz, John ,... ....,. .,,...,,,..,,,. 3 2 5 Himelhoch, Paul . 191 Hinsberg, Don ........... ...,.. 2 34, 280, .....,..... ..,, , .,,,, . ...., 289, 313 Hintzen, Matthew .. 239, 272, 286, 280, 313 Hoban, Thomas ...... 257, 261, 252 Hockensmith, L.. ,,......,.,,.,,...., ....,. 1 71 Hodapp, Eugene .,... 27 Hoeflinger, Richard .,,... 271, 325 Hoegeman, Herman F. ,. 260, 325 Hoey, Catherine ....,.... ,... ..., , . 321 Hoey, John .. .,... ...,,. 2 49, 319 Hoffman, Carol ., ...,, ....,,... 2 53, 304 Hoffman, Ken ,...,. 237, 262, 325 Hoffman, Ned ...... 275, 280, 313 Hoffman, Theodore ......,.,......... 23 Hogan, J. ,,...,......,......,........,....... .. 161 Hogan, Nancy ,....,...... 83, 248, 90 Hoin, Frank .....,.............................. 313 Holbrook, Richard ......,,.....,.. 255 Hollar, D. ....,.,,,.,....,........... ,,...,..,. 2 38 Holmes, Edna .............,,...........,...... 245 Holowicki, Bernard ................... , 304 Holzimmer, G. .......,,.,.....,,.,,,,,.., 238 Homiak, Robert ,......, 260, 325 Honeybees, ,.,,, . .,,...,,. . Hoover, Walter 216, 91 ...,,,.....,,. . 244 Kaiser, Bernard 260, 325, 261 Kakalec, M. ,..,,,...,,....,,,,................. 260 Kapalinski, E. ......................,....,.. 161 Kaleta, Chris .......... ....., ...., , , . 279 Kalvens, Irena .,....,... 246 Kaminskas, Geraldine .,,,, . 270 Kaminski, Elizabeth ,,,,,,.,...,., Kaminski, Walter 249, 256, Kanan, Michael Kane, John ...,.,....,.' .'.'.'.' A Kane, W. ...,. ,,......... ................... . Kaplapinski, E. ..... .....,...,..., . 241 326 313 270 171 157 Karam, W. ...,. ........ ....,,.... 2 6 2 277 161 281 Karkosak, Jack ,........, .....,,,,, Karpowicz, S. .,....,,,.................,.,.,.... . Karshynski, John .....,............,,.,,. Kastner, Michael ., .,.. ., ...., ,.,,. , 271, .. ...........................,......,,... 265, 282, 326 Kasza, Denny' ,,..,.,,...., ...,................. . Katroscik, Richard .....,.......,.... 235 Katulski, Edward .,.. ,.,. .,,.. 2 7 Kaupert, Andrew , ,..,,.. 271 Kay, R. .. .. ,,.,, .,.. .,,..,.., ,... . . , ,. 238 Kaye. Shirley , 247, 304 Kazmierkiewicz, Gene ..... . 242, . ,. . ,... .,,,, ...,,,,,. , , 304 Kazmierczak, Ronald 259, 326 Kean, Helen . . 14, 148, 228 Keenan. Mike 130, 191, 243, 276 Keller, James . ,,,......, . 331 Keller, Majorie 2 . . 304 Keller, Martha ., ., 247 Kellerman, Marcus , . , 289 Kellis, Col. , .,..., . 28, 41 Kelly, Eileen , . . , 268, 331 Kelly, Gerald , . 304 Kelly, Kathy ..,, , 83, 90. 99 Kelly, N. ,.,, A 185 Kelly, Tom . 260 Kendra, Peter ,. ...,,,,.,.... ..... 3 13 Kendzierski, Robert 2 , 283 Kennary, Sheila ,..,. ,,., . 248 Kennedy Alice ,.,. . A ,. . 304 Kennedy Bill ......... 161 168 Kennedy, Dick , ,, 1 , 161, 166 Kennedy, Lawrence . .. 255, 257, 265, 282, 288 Kennedy R. , ,... ,.,,,, .,,.. . . ,, 260 Kennedy Richard 2 .. 234 Kennedy, Robert ., 257 Kennedy, T. ..... ,,,... . .... 2 60, 271 Kennedy, Tom . . , 275, 313 Kenwell, Joan . . ,, 247 278 Kerrigan, J. ...,.. ,.,. . , 268 Kessing. John . . . .,.. , 260 326 Ketterer, William , ,. ,,,,.. . . 326 Keyes. Joseph . ,, 304 Kiefer. Janet 247, 292, 304 Kieffer, Richard , 259 Kiesznowski, W. . . 235 Kilbane, J. , , 265 King, Leo ,. ...... .,.,. , 313 King, P. , ,.,, . .... .. .268, 185 King, Robert ,.,,,.,. .. ......,. 2 313 Kinn, Jim . .,,, . . 278 Kirkbride, James 278 Kirsammer, Robert . 2 269 304 Kirshner, Kathyrn , 242 Kirsten, Karyn A 280 Kitchen, Leonard 284 Klatt, Lawrence . ..., , 247 Klatt, Leon .. 227, 247. . .,,, . 289, 292 305 Klausner, Oscar . 214 Klebba, Lorraine 8, 242, 253 Klein, Donald .234 313 Klein, Robert , 234 Klein, T. .. . 275 Kleinert, Ann . 236, 263 292 Klem, Mary Ann 280, 313 Klemens, Ron .. 161,168 198 Klikus, Donald ....,.,.,, . .. 305 Kline. Trimble ,,... . . , , 40 Klinicki, Carol ,. ,, 105, 109, 241 Klink, Terrence . 241, 291, 331 Kloka, Dolores ......,,,... 8, 114, 242 Kneese, Jim ,. ,......,...,.....,, 237, 279 Kneisler, W. . .... ,.............. 2 45 Knight, J. . ,,...., ,,,. , 268 Knoerl, John . ,, 1 ,,.,, 326 Koenig, Robert . ..., A . .. 261 Koerner, Louis ,,,. ..,... 1 93, 277. ......,... ,,,, , , ,...,, 278, 283 Koessler, Paul ,.., ,. 305 Kolakowski, Lawrence , . 240, , , ..,,. ,... ........, , . , 262, 326 Kolibar, Emory ......,, , ..,.,,.. ,.,.,. 2 69 Kolke, D. ,.., ,,............., .......,..., 1 7 1 Kollin, T. . ,,,, . ,.........,....,,,... ,...,.. 1 71 Konczal, Vernon .,,,, ,,,.. 2 49 319 Kondalski, Joseph Konsowski, Stephen Kopasz,- Gerald ,,,.,.,.,,.............,... Korff, Mary . ,,,,,.,.,,. . Kosco, Thomas Kosnik, Angy ,.,,,,.., Kosti, C. ,...........,.,,..,,..... . Kotek, Lawrence ,.,... ,. Kovacs, L. ....,,.......,.....,.. . ,. 252, 266 305 274 280 261 270 245 243 260 351 1 Marino, 283, 314 Kotarik. Robert 305 liovi-ilt. Jerome 236. 313 Rottalezyk. Carole 71 Kottalezyk. Richard 8, 305 Kowalczyl-.. Robert 8. 111. 115. 305 Kramb. Edwin 260. 326 Kramer. Kenneth 240. 262. 268 Kramp. Darrell 270 Krauser. Kevin 313 Kretler. Mary Jaye 8, 114 Kroener. B. 185 Kroener. Charles 289 Kroger. William 243 Kroll. Donald 247 Kroli, Robert 261 Kronner. Mary Agnes 305 Kross. Lawrence 238 319 Krupovage. Daniel . 271 Ktttzel. Tom 239 Kruzman. Diane 236 Kryska. A. 161 Kubicki. Norbert 326 Kubicz, Arthur 260, 326. 278 Kubicz, William 235, 270, 277, 314 Kubit. Ronald 262, 326 Kueie. Mary Ann 305 Kucharski. Cecelia 245 Kugler. Ramon 244, 270 Kuhn. Alphonse. S.J. . 256 Kuhnlein. Jerome 314 Kujawa. Duane 247 Kulilla. Thomas 326 Kulwicki. Victor . 271, 326 Kttrajian. G. 265 Kurczewski, Henry 305 Kurt. Thomas 261, 269, 326 Kurth, Carol 305 Kurtz, Robert 240 Kwasny, Phil 239 Kyte. William , 286 L LaBond. James 239, 269 La Casse. F. Edward 236 Lacey. G. 275 Lackomar, Steven S. 305 La Croix, Alther C. . 305 Lafreniere. Jean E. 305 Lal..ain, Robert 246 1.aMarra. Joe 243 Lamb. Barbara 274 1,.tndoll, J. 260 Lztnduyt. ,Bernard F. 22, 23 Langlois, C. 171 La Ponsa, Sarah 242, 285, 305 Large. Donald E. . 213 Lark. Lawrence 249, 319 Lasecki, R. 161 Laskey. J. 271 Latowski, Judy 8, 95. 248 Latreille. Stan 105. 106 Laurain, V. 239 Lawlor. Linda 280 Lawrence. Helene 248,275 292 Lawrencelle, Thomas 244 Lawton, Ralph 265, 326 Layman. Elwood 23 Lealey, Henry 237 Leary. Jim 162, 171 Lebay. James 239 314 Le Comte. Janet 269 Lederle, Donald 238. 279 1.ederlc. George 257, 259 326 Lee. A. 273 Lee. Judy 241 Leiberman, F. 171 Leichtweis, Charles F. 243 l.emont. Charles 279 1.en. Edwin 251 Lenane, Michael M. 314 Lcnart, R. 280 Lentla, Edmund 314 Lenz. C. 270 Lenz. L. 275 Leonard. Jan 105, 109 352 Leonard. Joseph T. . Leonard. Robert Lepak. J. Lcsisz, Ann Leszczynski, Jerry 1.eVasseur. Lynn LeVasseur, Robert LeVeque, Frank Lewandowski, Donald Lewandowski. Larry Lewis, Donald Lewis . Larry Lewis, Marilyn Stte Mary Lewis, Lewis, Jerry . Leyland, Tom Lieban. Donald 262, 261. 161. 245. 283. 279. 241. 270. 326 326 249 246 168 276 305 319 314 247. 284 314 291 321 305 261 274 Lile. Jerry . Liller. Richard Lilly. Jerry . Linehan, Norah Linenberg, Roy Lion. Wendell 265 Lipton, A. . . Listman, D. Litt, Ricky , Little, William . LoCicero, Maria . Locricchio, Anthony . Loeffler. Joseph ,.,, , Logsdon, John , 9 Lokar, R. R. Loner. Dave Long. John . Longe, James .. 244 198 . 277 240 246 . 274 271. 326 49 161 . 71 ,. 247 270 '7 . 266. 286, 292 . ., 278 15 , 245 Maier, Ernest . ,,., 8, Maiorana, N. . . Majotte, R. Mallat. Carolyn Mallow, Richard Malo. Joanne Malone. Richard Maloney. Patil .. Malvitz, Raymond Manion. M. Mann, M. . , Manning, Kathleen Mansottr, John Manzara. Fred Manzi, Dante . . Marciniec. S. , Marine li. P. F. Marino, Marino. Marion. Marion, John ,. . Joe . Dan Josephine R. Arno . Marion, Mariotti, Mariotti, Donald Marrin, Kathy . Marsh, Donald Marsh, Richard Marshall, Joseph Martens, Lawrence .. Martin. Martin, Martin. Bill Gerry , 235, 249. 197, 238. 8. 1 23, 239, 2611. 260. Robert . 247. 259, 282, 265, 270, 161, 261, 168 326 314 Martin, W. . . Martiniec, Slawomir ,,.. ,..., Martinsek. John Martone, Tom Martz, Alfred Longuski, Frank 237. 314 Lorentz, Bonnie .,.,. ,, 98, 99, . 264, 270, 280, 283 Lorenz, Thomas ,,... . 265, 326 Lote, Adriano . .. 270, 277 Lottier, Larry . 219, 314 Loughran, J. . . 260 Lottwers. James 243, 289, 305 Lovely, Arthur, S.J. . 18, . 272, 283 Lochbiler, Marshall L., S.J. 14 Lubaway, Landon . 284 Luberto, M. 245 Lttbinski. Thomas 283 Lucas, T. . 161 Lttcido. Joseph .. 326 Ludwig. Harry 234 Luibrand, Mary Louise 305 Lukaszewski. Darlene 242, 305 Lttpo, James .. .. 314 Lttsky, Bob 161, 168 Lutfy, Joseph , . ,. 243 Lutz, Mary .. , 276 Lynch, Mary . 322 Lynch, Michael 266 Lyon. Kathryn . .. . . ..,., ,. 284 Lyons. James ..., ...... 2 48 Lyons, Mary Ann .... 2 3 248 Lyter, Charles . 237, 283 M Maas. Kenneth .. .... 314 MacCracken, Thomas . .. . 236 McDonald. Robert .. 235, 272 Mac Harg, James 260, 326 Mack, Janet , ,,,. 322 Mack, Ronald . 291 Macken, Michael . 234 Mackey. Timothy 319 Macks, Victor , . 305, 283 MacPherson. Rose 38, 247, 267, 284, 292, 314 Madda, Josephine .. . 98, 99, . 248. 276 Madion, C. . . 249 Maegerlein, Robert 268 Magmer, James, S.J. . ..... . 8, 105 Magrttm, Charles .. 277 Magttire. Andrew . . ..., 236 Maher, Brttce 161, 166, 168, 198 Maher, D. ,. .. 94 Mahoney, Tom ,,,. 8, 105 Martz, Joyce ...,.... 248, Martz, Margaret .....,,..., Marwin, Robert ...... .... 2 70, Marzolf, Richard . .. ,.... Mascari, Anthony 238, Maskery. Kathy 276 Mason, Dorothy Mason. Marilyn 242. .. 285. Mason, Thomas Master, Robert . 262. Matalon, V. Matecztm, Donald . 276, Mathys. Gerald . Matous. Frank 277. Matuszak. Michael Matyzsic, Walt Matmz. Robert May, Donald Mayberry, William Mayo, R. .. 2 .. Mayotte, Russell .. Mazzone, Barney ., Mazure, Gerard ,. .... ., . Mehlenbacher, Lyle 267 249, 8286 Meier, David, S.J. . ..,... .,.. . Meier, James .,,.........,. ,.,.,..,,,.. Meier, Jerry .. . . .,........ Meldrum, Charles . ,. 248 Mellenger, J. .. ,,,.,.. 5 Mellenger, T. .. ,,,,....,.,..... Melvin, T. Memenas, Viktoras ..... 265, Memering, Larry ..... 255. . 263, 265, 282, Mencotti, Joanne ..., .. Mencotti, John , 171, Mencotti, Marilyn . ,,..... .,....,,, , Menke. William .... ......,.. , .. ,,,,. Mentley, Louis ,.., ,,,,,,... . , 280, Mercier, Peggy ............ .. 248, Merlino, Rose , 8, 263, Merola, Gerard ., .....,.,......., .. Merrill, George .......... .. ....... .. Merucci, Donald ,,.. .... , Mesoryak, Delores ........,,........ Messano, Patil . ., ..,. ....,..,,,,, . ,. Messingschlager, John Metherell, Dennis .. 255, Mehie, .... .......,. ......,................,,.......... 275 171 249 269 274 236 319 195 320 126 280 242 326 275 237 271 239 171 281 314 259 305 249 49 326 276 326 267 234 314 281 279 248. 272 268 326 326 281 314 292 305 277 279 320 284 172 254. 314 327 249 281 244 273 277 239 320 314 17 244 314 279 314 18 15 244 226 271 260 260 238 327 249, 327 242 285 228 244 314 306 306 243 306 266 241 246 306 327 198 Metzger, Fank ,........, ........... Meyers, Earl ...,.,,, Meyo, Frank , ., 271, Miaskowski, Robert .. ,. . Michalak, Ronald . 255, 264 Mikilik, R. ......., 2 Milazzo. Donald 173,246 Miller. Charles . .,............... ....... . Miller, Douglas Miller. Betty . . 242, 283, Miller, John . , 254, 283, Miller, James 284, 285 Miller, Jerry . ,,......., 3 Miller, Michael ...... 2 Milton, Arthur ........, Minciotti, Albert .. 260, Minelli, Neil . ,...,..,,,,.., , 272, Miniatas, Joseph .,....... .,............ Minnebo, James .......... Miriani. Louis . ..,. ..., . Miriam, Richard .. . 245, Misner, Patricia .... , Mitchell, Joseph ,,...,, ..,........ Mitchell, W, Ledyard Mitktts, Dan . . 280. Mobley. Mary Lee .. .. 242 Moceri, Sam ,.,,, .... . .. .,.., Moeller, Norman, S.J. ...,.. . Moffitt, Jack .... .,,.... .,., . .... ,..... . Mog. Walter .,... 265, 282, Moho, T. .. Molloy, Maureen 172 306 327 243 327 238 284 314 277 285 260 115 279 314 271 327 235 271 306 227 320 322 240 15 315 306 315 244 247 327 185 284 Molnar, James , ..... . 244 Moloney, A. ,.,.., .,,,,., . 280 Molteni, Eugene ...,,,.,.... 270, 277 Momtpas, M. ,.... .........,,.....,...... . . 171 Monacelli, Mary L. ., ,. . . 253, ,. .... , ..... 283,306 Monaghan, Peter ..... ........... ..... 1 6 Monahan, Bill . . 105. 196, . 108 284 Monahan, Pete ....,.,..,.. 254, 284 Mondary, Robert .. ..... ,,,. . 315 Monette, Mary Jane 236 Monsma, D. .. ...,, ,. A 249 Montgomery, Robert .. 238 320 Mordell. Francis .. ,, 315 Moreatt, Sharon ....... 322 Monroe, Charles ..... .. .,,, ,. 306 Mooney. James ,... .... . 256 Moore, Dave . . 237, 263, .. . 265, 272, 282, 327 Morand, Paul .. .. .... ...... . 306 Morandini, William 240 Morary. George . ...,,, 260 327 Moreau, Sharon , ,,.. . ..........,.... 80 Moreeuw, Sttzanne .. ...,, 264 Moroco. Philip ...,. . 243, 323 Morouse, Jim .,.,,.,........... 121, 306 Morrisey, Jim ,. ,.... ...,.....,,.. . . 8 Morrisey, S. .. , .. 247 Morvay, B. .....,, .. ....,....... 268 Moskaitis, Barbara .......... ...... 2 42 Morker, Carol . ..... 241 Mosoryak, Dolores .................. 306 Moss, James ................,.,..,,,............ 327 Mttdge, Mary .. 8, 112, 105 276 Mueller, Margaret ............, .,,,... 2 69 Mtteller, Thomas ......,.... . ......... 235 Muffett, Denis ..,., 127 Mullanik, R. .......,... ,........ . 119 Mullan, Gerry .,.. ,.,,,...,......... 8 , 283 Mttllen, James ..... 249, 282, 327 Mttller, Herman, S.J. ..,........ 256 Mulroy, John . ., ..,......... , 13 Mttlso, Arthur . .,,..... ,... 2 45, 320 Murphy, Barrie ........,.. ...., 2 37, 315 Murphy, Brian .. .,.,. . .... ..., ,,.. 1 0 5 Murphy, Francis ..,..,....,............. 306 Murphy, James .......,.......... 277, 315 Mttrphy, M. ., .........,..................... 171 Mttrphy, Norman ............,.......,... 306 Murphy, Patrick ,,...,...,.. 262, 277 Mttrphy, Randal ,........... 249, 265, ....., .......,,,.... ,,,,.................... 2 8 2, 327 Murphy, Terry ...........................,.. 269 Murphy, Thomas 277, 267, 247 Murphy, William .,.............,.. 18, 119 Murray, Margaret ....................,... 81 246 Palugi, Bernard . . ., .,,A...A. . Murray, Maureen .. Murray, T. .r....................,...,... 264 Murray, Valerie .. Musinski, Myers, R. ..r..r ...,.,.....,.,,........... ..... . McAleer, Walter ....,..,.... 262, 9 McAuliffe, D. ..................r,....,,,,.,.r . McAuliffe, John . .... 23, 268 McCabe, McCabe. McCann, I 306 282 267 266 260 327 185 331 John .r,.,.,.,.....,,r...,,rr.,r,...., 277 Thomas .,.rr.rrr,..,rrr,,rrrrr, 279 Mike ..r..4., 1 37, 88, 207, 305 209, 279, McCann, Marty . ,,.,,,.,.,,. .rrr . . 105 McCann, Tom .... 279, 289 McCarthy, Don .,....,,,......,.. 239, 278 McCarthy, Jerry .. ,,.,, 171, 286 McCarthy, Julie ,,.,.,,. 128 McCloskey. J. .. .. . .,,,, .. .. 161 McCormick, James .... . 241, 331 McCoy. J. ......,, .. ...,..,,,......,,.,,,,,.,,,,., 238 McCue. D. ..... ,,,..., ...........,.... . . 260 McCullough. Robert ,,..,.,, 246 McDonald. Gerald ..,,,, ,.,,,,, 3 14 McDonald. Harold .,,,, 239 McDonald,Jeanette .. ,,,. .. . 246 McDonald, Marge ,,.., 248 McDonald, Pat . 117, 241, 314 McDonald, Thomas ,,.... .. 285 McDonald, William ......,.,.. ...,.. 3 27 McQueen, Charles .. .,...,.. 314 McElligatt, Michael ,.,, . 234, 239 Mc Elroy, P. ,,,,.,......., ..,. ,.,. 2 3 6. 272 McEvoy, Fred ......, . ,.,, ..,,.... . .. 246 McEvoy, Mike ....,,..... ...... 2 43, 266, McGaffey, Paul . ...,........... . .. 276 Mc Geogh, Dottie ............... 248 Mc Gillis, Josephine ., ......... 105, .. 106, 269 McGillis, Sharon . ........ 305 McGinnis, Ron .. .... ...... . 253 Mc Ginty, Richard ........... 249 320 Mc Glynn, Joseph ................... . 251 Mc Glynn, Paul ...... 105 305 Mc Gorisk, Charles ...... 285, 306 Mc Grath, T. ....... ................ . , 275 McHugh, R. ........... ................... .... . 2 82 Mclnnis, Paul , .. .. ...... . . 236 Mclntosh, Don 249, 261, 327 McKinley, Otis .......... ...... . 320 McKinley, C. . . ..... ........... . 249 McKinney, Jim ..... ..... ...... 1 9 3 278 McKee, Patil ...... ..... . . ..... 257 McKnight, Ann . . .. 227 241 McLaughlin, Charles . . 248 289 McLaughlin. Rosalind 236 McManus, Bruce .... ..... 2 52, 261 McManus, John .... . ....... ..... ...... . 2 37 Mc Manus, R. ,, ..,. 119 McMurray, N. ,. ........,. 171 Mc Namara, Brendan ............ 185 McNamara, Gerard .................. 274 McNeIlis, John ....,............. . 247 McNulty, Edward .... ,.... .. ..... 327 Mc Sweeney, Eugene ............. . 314 Mc Sweeney, Joseph .................. 285 N Nachazel, Tom .....,....... 207, 209 Nagy, James .. ....,. ..........,. 2 45, 320 Nahrganc, Mary Catherine.. 306 Nahrgang, Kaye ....,,.,.....,............ 247 Najor, Julie ..,..... .......,...................... 2 47 Najor, Leonard .. ....... ..,.....,. . .. 327 Naldo, Bucci .... ......... . .. 241 Nan'phy, Joseph ........,... 273, 283 Nance, James .... ............. 2 57, 259 Nardi, Jo Marie ..................,....... 256 Nasiatka, Leonard ................ ..,... 3 15 Navarre, Nanette ............ .,........ 2 76 Navarro, Paul ......,................ 243 Naworka, Edward .......... ....... . 277 Nebroski, Stanley 274, 278, 315 Nee, Jerry .................,,.... ,,.,........ ..... 2 4 0 Niebauer Mike .. ..........,.... 243 , , 289 Neidhart, John ..........,. 249, 257, 259, 284, 288, 289, 327 Nelson, Elizabeth ....,........... .....,, 3 06 Neme, Joe ...........,........,....,...........,.... 239 Nemzek, Claude ..,...., Nestor, James ......,.,..... ..,. Netting, Fred ......... ..... Neuder, Richard ...... .. '238 Neuenfeldt, Richard ........ Neumaier, Arno ...... 192 Neuman, Alfred E. ,J Neyer, Jerry. ....... ...... 2 37 Nicholas, Miss . ....... ........... . Nichols, Stephanie ,. ......... .. Niedzwiedzka, Annette Niemiec. Edward . Nies, Charles .......... . .... . Nies, George . 265, Ni ro Daniel g , ........................ Nill, Christian .. ..... 238, Noethen, Marilyn . ......... . Nolan, Terrence . ........ Nopper, Don Morton, Henry Nortz, Gary . ..... . Novak, Gloria ........ Novak, Robert Nowak, Edmund Nowak, Kenneth ....... Nowicki, James 193 257 273 316, 240 282 271 273 239 237 Nowinski, Larry . ........ . ........... .. Nuenfeldt, Richard Nunan, Thomas ............... Nunneley, Mary ....... O. , . O Brien, John ....... ........ ....... 161 Obsdad, Bob .............,.......,....,.... ..,... 224 Obermeyer, Ernest 217, O'Bryan, Ronald, W. O'Callaghan, Gerald ...... '246 239, O'Connell, Patrick ........... O'Connell, Paul ........... ...... O'Connor, B. ............... O'Connor. Nancy . ...., O'Connor, Tim . ........ .... . O'Dell, Larry ............. ....... . ..... .... . ........... . . 255, 161, 263, Odenweller, Gerard O Donnell .. .. .... .......... . O'Donnell, Gloria ............ O'Donnell, Roger O'Dowd, Patrick . .... ..... . O'Dowd. Thomas . . . O'Gara, John ,,,....., ...... . O'Grady. Michael ....... O'Hagan, Joe , ........ .. . . O'Keefe, Thomas . .. O'Keefe, John ...... . ..... Olbrys, Leo .. .... . 265, 2212 274, 241 237, 266 OLeary, Lenore ....... Olender, Thomas . .. . Oliver, Patrick . ....., 244 7 Olivich, Barbara .... . .. Olson, Robert ..........,,. ...... O'Mara, Patrick Ondre, Kathleen 265 292 249, O'Neill, Hugh, s. J. ....... , O'Neill, Burke, S. J. ,,..,.. , 9 H 261, 2 ONeil, Robert ..... .............., 2 56 O'Neill, Dennis ........... . ...... . Onofrio, D. ...,..... Opoka, Carolyn ............. ............,. Oprzandek, J. .......... .......... . Oprzandek, Dorothy ...... 238 O'Regan, William B. O'Reilly, William 193, 278, Orgren, Carl .....,... .,... . .. O'Rourke, Patrick ....... ...... O'Rourke, Thomas 276, Osojnicki, F. .........,............,.. . Osterman, Gerard ............ O'Sullivan, John ,......,......... Oswald, Creighton .... ...,.. Oswald, Robert Ouellette, Robert .,......... ..... Oust, Judith ..................,..,..... 230 261' .iii 2621 Owens, Charles ,.....,.... ..... Ovies, Bob . ................,.. . P Pace, C. . .................., Packard, Charles ....,.. 3 Pahl, Kurt .. ......, ...................... . 248 Palmer, Angelyn .... .. 248, 270, . ..... .... ... ........ 281, 306 Palmer, G. Randolph .. 236, 288, . ..... ....... ......,, ..... . . . ........ 327, 271 Paquette, Gerald ..... ..... . 2 ck.. ..,.... .. Paquette, Patri ' Parent Parker, ,Thomas . ..... J. ..... ..... .... . . Parker, Robert .. .239, Parker Parks, Joanne .. Pascuzzi, Joe .. 161. Paslawsky, Edward ......... 246 252 , Ronald . ....... .. 1165 249, Patterson, Brooks . ........... . Patterson, Steve .. ....... .. Paukstys, Brian . .... . Paul, Earl ......... . . Paul, Jerry .... . 237, Paule, Paul . .. . Pavelites, Alice .. . ......... Pavlik, Robert ., 271 262 290 263 260 Pawloski, Raymond ....... Pawlowski, Edward . ..,.. Paytas, Tony .. . Payzs, Tibor . .... . Pearl, Jeannette Pease, Don ............ 46, 266 7 1 289 306 266 315 185 261 315 248 168 320 244 244 315 327 327 306 285 271 278 315 281 235 18, 23 307 263, 265. 282, Pease, J. .. .. . Pearson, Barbara Peck, John ........... Pellerito, Joseph Pelletier, Ernest 244, Pelton, Joseph , . .........,...... 239, Pendell, J. . ..., .. Pensler. Alvin Peoples, J. . Peroni, R. . ,.,., ,. Pepersack, J. ..,.. ..,. . Percha, E., Paul Perry, Richard . . Perzyk, Bernard Peschalk. Michael . ..... . Pessopane, Bernard Peterfeso, Joseph ...... Peters, John .... Peters, Mike . ...... . Peters. Rene 252, 262, Peters, Dick .,.. . Petix, Norma .. .. Petricca, Anthony . ., Petrosky. J. Dale 161, 288, .. s, 245, Petrous, M. . . Pezzopane, Bernard ....... .... Pfeiffer, Marie . ...... Phillips, A. ..... ,. .... ...........,......... . .. Phillips, Dan . ........ .. . Phillos, Steve . . ...... 239, 272 3 Piana, Charlene ..................... 99 Piccinni, M. . ......., .......................... . . Piecuch, Leon .. ........... .....,.. . . Pierce, Mary Ann .. ..,.. ............. . . Pierog, John .. .....................,.... .... . . Pierron, Daniel .......... ....... 2 38, Pileri, Nancy ..........., ............ ....,. Pillow, B. . ....,. . ........................ . Piontek, Walter .................. 259, Pisklak, Stephen ........ ........... . Plant, Larry . 244, 259, 267 Platz, George ......... 252 262, Platz, Thomas ......,,.....,.,................. Plaunt, Robert .... ........ ..., . . Plizga, Ed .... ........ ...., ...... 2 8 0 , Pluta, Marion ............. ....... 2 64, Pohl, Charlie . ................................. . Poirier, C. Philip ............ 236, Polikaitis, Juozas .........,.............. Poljan, 'D. ....................... ............. . Pollak, Edward ,. ..... .. Pollard, Donald Popeck, R. , ........ ....... ........ . Popovich, Sarah Porada, Porcelli, Dick ... ...... ......,.. . .. Pordon, R. . ....... .. Posivak, Lecia . ..... . Post, J. ................ . Tony ...... QQffffff...fQffff'Qffffi ' 237 7 327 265 307 328 283 269 315 173 320 271 273 265 315 191 274 315 320 276 315 239 328 107 242 248 320 249 245 213 171 260 286 269 249 235 242 278 320 246 161 328 328 281 328 234 315 315 328 194 307 259 161 320 309 260 307 316 260 260 270 157 Potchynok, Robert 272, 274 Potrzebie, A. . ....... .,....... . Potter, D. .. , ..., . Potts. James 2388 Potts. Mary Louise .... Power. Ursula .. ...... . Powers David .. Powers, John . Powers. William Powers, John . 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Ray, Michael ....... 270 Raymond, William Reach, M. . .. .. . Reagen, Frank .. . Reaman, Sue .,.. . . .. .... .... 2 76 Reardon, Richard 260, Rebar, Leroy 256, 272, 286, Recchia, Ed. . . . .... .. .. Reck, R. . .. .. Recker, James ...... ............ 2 45, Reckman, B. .... ........ , Reece, Charles .. .. Reed, Daniel .. .... .... . . Reed, J. .... . .... .... Rees, Mary Ellen ..... ....... . ...... . 105, Reese, James .... ..... ,.... ...... Reeside, Lawrence ............ . Regan, Dave . ..... .............. . Regenold, Judith Regnier, Mary Jo Reid, Jean .. ..... Reilly, Gerald Reinhard, Paul .... . Reinke, James .. Reinke, R. ....... . Remski, Frank 252, Renand, R. .. ........ Bios 276, 261, 261, 286 357 175 320 307 276 56 248 328 328 328 273 128 328 237 235 316 260 236 279 307 307 266 236 235 161 244 285 307 245 316 171 124 307 267. 307 316 277 307 245 328 246 269 117 248 135 276 316 242 271 289 243 235 291 322 162 277 236 275 307 280 328 307 105 249 320 285 320 15 239 248. 307 283 307 278 269 307 247 307 25 244 265 328 119 353 Rouen, Reno. John 234. 290 Rcntschler. P. 249 Rentz. D. 171 Renuart. L. 271 Rexin. Arthur . 316 Rey nolds. Gerald 262. 283 Reynolds. L. 185 Reynolds. Terry 259, 279 Ricard, Thomas 331 Rice. Sharon . 280 Rice. John 279 Richard, Madeleine 307 Richard. Kathy 2-18, 284, 290. 292, 307 Rick. Claude 243 Richart. Judith 269 Rick. Paul 307 Riggs. Michael . 316 Riegle. John . 240 Riehl, Betty 280 Riehl, Robert . 235, 316 Riley. Thomas 307 Rimarcik. Joseph 247 Rioux. Theresa 322 Ring, Estelle 322 Ringel. Robert 328 Rinna, Thomas .. .. 307 Ristow, Beverly . .. 269 Rivard. Henchich 280, 316 Rivard. J. .. .. . 171 Rivard, Richard . 245, 320 Rivers, Kathleen . . .. 276 Rizzo, Frank .. . . 259, 266 Rizzo. Fred . . 253, 272 Robb. James . 273, 320 Robertson, C. . .. . 280 Robertson, John . .. 251 Robinson. D. .. . 171 Robinson, Robert . 248, 271 Roby, George . . 245, 320 Rocheleau, C. . . .... . 215 Roccos, William . . 243 Rochon, Dean . . .. 26, 52, 53 Roddy. Richard . 285, 288 Roehrig, H. .. .... 245 Roek, Derek . 307 Rocser, Howard ....... . 237 Rogers, Clifford . .. . 285 Rogers, James . 281 Rogers, Kathi . 276 Rogers, Lawrence .. .... . 316 Roland, Janice 241 Ronan, Herbert .. . 316 Roney, Mary .. 283 Ronzi, Richard . 247 Rooney, Eugene .. 271, 328 Roosen, John . .............. 328 Rossetti, Louis A. 328 Root, D. .. . . 239 Rosinski, Al .. .. ............ 237 Ross, Sandra . .... .. 322 Roskopp, George 43, 241, 331 Rosser, G. .. . .. ..... .. 245 Rossman, James . 277 Rossman, Thomas . . . 235 Rosso, Dave 237, 251, 255,265 Roth, M. ... Roth, Howard . Thomas Rouland, Annette Rouland, Francis Roulier, Caroline Roussie, William . Rousso, M. Rowan, B. . Roy, Patricia . Roy, Ross .. .. 268, Rozycki, Jerome Ruane, Maureen Rudick, Mr. Rudick, L. .. Ruggles, Glenn Ruhlin, Charles Runson, Annamae Rupp, Nelson . . Ruseckas, Peter Russo, Frank Russo, Joseph Rutkowski, Conrad 354 242, 328, 283 271 316 307 235 146 276 273 161 307 16 281 307 254 284 307 262 322 270 277 236 260 270 Rutten. Earl ....... 234 Ruwart, Thomas . . .... .. 262 Ryan, Hugh . .. .. 328 Ryan, Leonard . . ..... .. 316 Ryan, F. .. .. .. . 280 Rybicki. Frank . . . 215, 240 Rymiszewski, Anthony 282, .. 264. 328 S Sabaugh, Dick .. .. . . 105 Sabbe. Donald . ..... 269 Sabotini, W. 49 Sabourin. Sharon 283 Sack. John 1 .. . 278 Sadlack. W. . .. .... . 171 Sadowski, Robert 235, 272, 316 Sage. Jerome 1 . .. 320 Sahl, Mort .. . .. 357 Sailer, Joseph . 267, 281, 277 Sakuta, Ronald .. .... . . 316 Salada, Mary Jane . 241, 308 Salam, Joseph .. .... .. 243 Sample, Bill . .... ................. .. 187 Sample, Howard .. .. .......... 316 Sampson, R. . . .. .... 249 Sanek, Joan 81, 83, 90, 99, 269 Sandler, L. ..... .... ............... . 2 72 Sanitate, John .... .... . . 276 Santimore, Roberta 241, 308 Sanzeri, R. . .. ....... .. .. 238 Saunders, Walter ..... . 239, 316 Sauppe, Paul ..... . . 260, 266 Sautter. Sheila 105, 108, 253, 278 Sauve. Anne Marie . ........ .. 308 Savedes, James .. 128, 130, 276 Saylor, Marilee .. .. .... 241, 308 Scallen, Mike .... 243, 308, 290 Scarlin, Mary . ...... .. ...,......... 236 Schaal, Thomas .................... . 274 Schachern, Kathlyn .. 276 Schaden, Dick ........ . .. 193 Schaefer, Jack .. ........ .. .... 240 Schaetzl, Johanna . ........ .. 308 Schaefer, William 239, 269, 316 Schain, Pat . . ........ . ...... 264 Schaldenbrand, Harold 328 Schaller, Al ......... 255 Schaller, P .... .. ......... 49 Schaller, R. 2 . . 282 Schang, Lenore . . . . 70, 242, . ..... 269, 308 Schebil, Alan .... 277 Scheel, Paul . . .. ........ . 262 Schenk, Joe 249, 265, 282 Scherock, Don A ........ 316 Schervish, Tom . ..... . A ....... . 277 Schiavone, Ralph .. 285 Schild, William . 277, 289 Schimmer, Jo Ann . .. 276 Schlachter, Helen .. . 8, 113, 242 Schlant, John .. .... .. 259 Schloff, Kay .. . 248, 253, 264, . . . 266, 283, 286, 292 Schmidt, Jon .. .......... ............... . .. 71 Schmidt, Noreen .,.... 135, 276, 286 Schmitt, Connie . 237, 271, 328 Schmitt, Leonard .. ..................... 328 Schmitzerle, Don ........... ............ 2 34 Schneider, Nick . ...... . ...... 71, 276 Schneidewind, H. ............ 254, 284 Schobloher, Diane ......,..... 242 292 Schoelch, John .... ..... ............... 2 4 6 Schoerner, R. ..... ........ .......... ..... . 1 8 5 Scholtz, William ........ .. 270, 278 Schowalter, Mary Lee 247, 316 Schrader, Charles, S.J. ............ 256 Schrader, Judith .. .... ...... 2 64, 269 Schrantz, Paul . .... .. .... 255, 257, . . ............. .. ..... .. ..... ............... 2 64, 328 Schroeder, Dennis ...... 161, 166 Schuler, Robert .. 244, 257 259 Schulte, Nod 215,217,224 225 Schultz, Donald ......... ....... ......... 3 2 0 Schultz, Edward ....... ............... 3 16 Schultz, Gordan ........................... 262 Schultz, Marilyn .......... . 236, 253, 254, 283, 316 Schumacher, Barbara 8, 248, 292 Schuster, Bob ..... .... .....,.... Schwark. Fred .... . ......... . Schwartz. Bill .. . .... Schwartz. Charles ........... . .... Schwartz. Eugene ....... 240, Schwartz, Steve ..... .......,................ Schweinfurth, Ralph ........ Schwenter. Richard scott. Cee .... ........ .......... l Q f 'J Scott, Gene - . .. Scullen, Hugh ,..... .. Scullin, Terry .... ...... 105 235 281 316 291 161 243 316 105 105 251 277 271 328 Seavitt. John .. .... 260, Seba-Higby. Amado .. .......... Sehee, Patricia .. ..... .. 47, 253 Seidt, Richard .... ........... 2 71, 279 Seifert, Margaret ........... 245, 316 Serdenis, James ......... .... . 270, 77 Severini, F. . ......... 239 Shada, J. Dennis ................,....... 234 Shada, John ..............,..... 161, 163 Shafer, J. . .... ..... ............... . . ..... . .. 262 Shaheen, Joyce .... ...... 9 9, 276, 294 Shain, Patricia .. ........... .. 242, 285 Shalbour, P. .... .... . ....................... 2 80 Shaljean, Lawrence ..................... 277 Shannahan, Dennis ............. .... 3 16 Shannon, Betty .. ...... 248, 292 Shannon, Maureen Sue .... .. 241, Shapero, Nate .........,. ..,., . Shaughnessy, Gerald ............. , Shaver, W. ..... .. ................. Shea, D. ..........., . ............ Shea, Margaret .................. 269, Shea, W. ...... .....,....... ..... ....... ........ . Shearer, Rod ..... ,..... 2 43, 256, Sheedy, T. ...... .... ................ . Sheehy, Mike 8, 105, 114, Sheeran, Katherine .................. Sheibley, Dean .............................. Sheridan, Phil ...................,............. Sheridan, Rose .... . ........... 247, Sheridan, Sharon ........................ Sherwin, Harry .................. 265, Shoha, Dominick ..... ...... 2 37, Shook, Robert ....................... ......... Shorter, Jim ....... . . 197, 196, Shoup, Paul ..................,,................ Showiak, Nancy ...,.. ...........,........ Sidhu, S. ......,,............. ............. . Simms, Marlene ........................ A Simon, Edward ............... 262, Simon, Edware .... ........... . Simon, Matt . 252, 257, 279, Simoneau, Bob ..... ............ 2 49, .. ......,...... ..... 2 63, 265, 282, Simpson, Elizabeth ..................... 280, Simpson, William Singelyn, Robert Sinicki, Al ............. ..... . 320, 272, Sirord, C. ............. .................. . Skiba, P. ......... ........... ............. . Skoronski, Jerry Skowran, Amy ........... ..... Skowronski, Jerry .......... .......... Skudlarick, Larry .......... ......... Skurnowicz, J.. ........... ...,... . . 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Robert .................... 238, 321 Splear, Jim ............................ 237, 279 Sporman, Robert ........................ 283 Sprafka, K. .,.................. .............. 1 71 Springer, Pat ............ .............. 2 39 Spurney, H. .......... ................... 2 39 Srnecz. J. ................. .. 264, 282 Stacey, William .............................. 244 Stamley, Mary Ann ...... 270, 274 Stapleton, James .......,,...,.............. 309 Starcevich, John ........................... 321 Stark, Rosemary ............ 15, 58, 59 Starret, Pat ............... ................... 3 09 Stascevich. J. ................. .............. 2 38 Staskowski, James .......... ............ 3 21 Stasser, Robert ........... ......... 2 44 Stec, Stan ..................... .............. 2 36 Stefanac, Carol .............................. 246 Stefani, Greg ........................ 283, 309 Steiger, Carl .................................... 91 Stein, Franchot ................. 275, 317 Steinbach, Everett M. . ........... 27 Steinbauer, Thomas .... ........... 2 89 Steiner, Celestin J., S.J . '13, 41, 69, 71, 78 148, 224 Steinert, Daniel ................ ........... 3 29 Steltenpohl, Elizabeth ........... 242 Stenger, John .................. 105, 109 Stepaniak, Carol .................. 99, 247 Sterlitz, Tony ...... 161, 166, Stevens, Roland .............. 266, Stevenson, John Stewart, Mary ......... .............. Stewart, Paul ....................... ......... Stewart, Peter .................. 262, Stewart, Robert ...... 260 266, Stewart, Sheila ..................... ........ .. .............................. ..,.... 1 06 242, Steyaert, Joseph ............ 191, Stuyaert, J. ......................................... . Stieber, William ........................... Stilley, Ken ........................ 161, Stock, Tim .................. 254, 270, Stone, Curtis .................................... Stone, William .................. ............ Storace, John .................................., Stromberg, Alphonse .................. Strong, Tom ........................ 261, Storace, John ............ 263, 265, Stowe, George ........................... Strimus, Larry .................. 171, Studenski, Reginald .................. Studinger, Catherine ............... Studlow, William ............... ........ Stumb, T. .............................. 175, Stump, Tom .................................... Stumpo, Thomas ............ 276, Stys, Richard ........................ 237, Suappe, Paul ..... Sugruez, Ralph ........... .............. Sullivan Daniel ........... ......... Sullivan David ........ ......... Sullivan Diane ....................,...... Sullivan, Frank .............................. Sullivan, Gerald ............... 259, Sullivan John ......... ................... Sullivan Judge .............................. Sullivan Maureen ............ 245, Sullivan M. ................................... . Sullivan Paul ...................... 266, Sullivan, R. ..... ........................,.......... . Sullivan, Tom 260 252 255, Sullivan, Tim ............ 271 288, Sumakitis, Richard ............ 272, Sumella, Gloria ...... 248, 253, Su rowiec, Jerry ............ 190, Susor, Walt ............... 8, 105, 107, 7 291 281 246 263 281 328 309 105 263 278 215 317 163 284 270 243 282 317 278 328 309 309 317 292 2.77 183 121 283 317 260 274 277 328 309 309 328 246 45 309 185 268 171 328 328 274 309 191 281 Swaney, Charles ..,..... ....A.... Swanz, D. ....,.. ....A.,...... ,............ . Sweeney, Barb .......,.....,..........A..... Sweeney, Timothy ...,......,. 116, Sweeney, Virginia 248, 270, Swift, Jim ........,..,....,..............,.... f ...,, Swiontek, Michael .,,....,.... 260, Swol, John ,........,..........,,,.....,.......... Szczepaniak, E. ......,,..,......,.....,.,.., . Szczotka, Chester 264, 283 Szelag, Joan ..............,,......,,............ Szeles, Tom ..,..,.........,,,......,........... Szwejkowki, D. ,..,,.,,....,... ...,.... . Szymborski, Vincent ............,,. Szynkowski, Thomas T Taft, William .,.........,.. ......... Talbot, Thomas ........ Tallieu, L. .,.........,....... ........ . Tamblyn, To-m ,.....,,...... ......... Taminski, Leonard .....,. ..,...... Tanimura, S. ...,,......,...,, ......,. . Taptich, Robert ,.....,. ,,.... ..,,,.., Tasky, E. .....,..,...............,.,......,.,.,...... . Taurence, Robert .,,,,.,..........,.,.... 269, Taylor, Michael Taylor, Tom ............ ...,..,........,... Teeley, P. .,....,...... ...,,...,.... . Teff, W. ...,.,. .......,,..,...... . Telang, P. .........,,. .........,............. . 256, Teresko, Joe ,,........,, ............., ,...,,.... 242, Tener, Pat ............... .......,,. Tercheck, Joyce Teresko, J. ....,.....,..............,....,...,...... . Tessman, George .,,,.....,....,......... Teston, Sue .........,., 241, 280, Theisen, Gerald ,,,.............,.......... Theisen, Liz ,.....,.,................,......... Thibeault, Robert ..,....... ........, Thomas, Charles ........ ,....,. ,.,. . Thomas, Richard .......,,....,..,,...,.,,.. Thomas, Ronald .,.......... 260, Thomas, Susan ,,.... .........,...,..... Thoresen, David .,,..... Thornton, J. ,........... ..... Thorson, Cleo ..... ........ ,.............,.... Tiihonen, Elaine ...,. ..,...............,.. Tischler, Millie .,....,...,......, 242, Tobin, Walter ............,,,...,.,.........,.. Tomassini, Jean ,..... 248, 275, Tomson, Kathy ........,..........,.,.,...... Toole, P. ...............,,...., , Toppin, Thomas ..,,.,., Touchton, Dave ...,. Towle, Mary Ellen .......... Trapp, J. ......,,.................. ...,, Tranberg, Pat .,....,...,. ......,....,....... 241, 175, Trask, John ........,,..,........... Traut, B. .....,......,,......,..,.,... . Treanor, Ned .. 8, 112, Tremp, Robert ...,.............. 241, Treshnevsky, Lubomyr 238 Trewartha, James ......,........,.,,..... Tripp, Robert ...........,..,.,.................. Trombly, Bernadette ....., 247, Troy, Ronald .........,.. 309, 175, Trudel, D. ...,........................,,.,......... . Trudell, Mary Ann .................. Truhon, Anita ..,............. ......... 7 105, 317 161 228 240 309 237 328 317 271 328 246 279 249 317 235 317 317 284 262 274 273 213 268 236 274 279 171 239 273 309 263 290 265 231 317 328 280 270 317 328 285 272 281 260 322 236 309 328 276 248 260 253 237 309 161 245 331 183 109 331 321 246 321 264 183 284 309 276 . Truprano, Stephen ......,.,..........,. 15 Tupper, David ............,.........., 283 290 Turck, Robert .,....... ,..,... ,.., . 2 43 Turrin, Mary . ....,,....., .......,. 3 22 U Uchison, R. ........ ,......... 1 75, 183 Ugorwski, Norbert ................., 317 Uicker, George .....,,.,... ...,....... 2 5 211 Uicher, John ,........................,,...,.,. , 24 Uicker, John ...,.....,,....... 4, 265, 267 Ulbrich, Peter . ......, . .........,.,....,....... 216 Ulbrich, Mary Ann ,,.,,.,........... 270 Ulicny, Mary ,.,...,, ...., .,,......,.,.,.. 2 7 7 Uloth, Ron .. ..,..,... 255, 271, 328 Unks, G. ................,.......,......,.......... 171 Unti, Richard .,,,, ,,..,,....,,...... 2 40 290 Urban, Alfred ..,.... ....,.,.........,.. 3 28 Urban, A. ......,..,- ..........,. ..,..............., 2 7 l Urban, Thomas .......,.,,.... .. 247, 274 Urbanek, E. ,........,... .....,....,...,.,.. 1 71 Ureel, J. .........,......,,...,.........,.....,,.,......, 171 Uriarte, Anthony .,.......,., 256, 270, . .......,.,.................. .,... 2 72, 286, 309 Usher, Mr. .....,..,...................,,,.,...... 254 V Vaillancourt,,Leon 249,261 292 Valera, A. ....,........,.,.,....,,......,...,....,.. 277 Valera, Ernest .,..,.,...........,..,..,..,.,... 261 Valvona, Jeanette 236, 275, 317 Van Antwerp, Bernie ............... 278 Van Bruyssel, Monique .,,....,, 274 Van Bruyssel, Nelly ,..,., 246, 274 Vance, Jack .......,....,......,..,. 161, 168 Van Curen, Peter ,..,.,...., 265,' 263, 279, 282, 328 Van De Pitte, Fred ,...........,,.... 283 Van Gilder, H. ......,....................... 273 Van Neste, Pierre ..........,,..........., 317 Vargo, Larry ...,...,...,....,...,.., 194, 195 Vargovick, Raymond ...... 255, 257, 271, 288, 328 Vasiulis, Vylius ...... 267, 270, 277 Vaughan, Terence .....,,..,.. 236, 270, 272, 286, 309 Vehison, Ralph ..,............,.. 179, 180 Venet, Anthony ......,..... 238, 321 Ventzke, Granville ,.,.....,.. 317 Verona, Patsy 215, 240, 275 286 Verona, B. ....,.,...,.,........,......,......,...... 272 Vespa, V. .,.......,.,,..,,,,....................,.. 239 Vethacke, Theodore .........,.,.,.... 328 Vettorello, Sangelo ..........,.,..,,. 282 Vick, Harold .........,,........,.. .,....... 3 17 Villafranca, R. ........... .,.,..... 2 73 Vingneau, ..,.,... ,,....,...,. ......,,.,.,., 1 6 1 Volpe, Dominic ,....,..,......,.. 170 173 Viviano, Antonio .. .....,..,,.,..,...... 241 Von Benken, John ,..,........ 277 289 Vorobel, John ,......,,,..,,.... 265, 282 Vortkamp, ...,........,........,.,,.,,......,......, 317 W Wadowski, Daniel ............ 245, 321 Waechter, Gerald ...,.....,,....,,...,... 244 Waffen, Tom ..,,......,......, 237, 252, 257, 279, 328 Wagner, Wilfred .,..............,. 260, 328 260 Wahl, D. ...........................,................... . Walaitis, Theresa Walberer, Charles .. 263, 265, . ,.,.. .. .,... .279, 282, 288, 328 Waldo, Frank .... .. .... ,. 252, 257, .. . . 262, 267, 283, 328 Waldrop, Libby ,,..,... ,,......... ,.,.. . 2 47 Walker, Jack ,.,.,.. . .,... ....... 3 17, 251 Walker, Peggy .,... .,,...,....,............ 2 47 Wallace, Joseph ..,....,... ,... ,,....., 3 1 7 Wallis, Ralph .....,, . .,....... 317 Walsh, Frank ,...., 284 Walsh. William ...,. ,. 277 Walter, John .,.,.,... ...,.., , 321 Walton. John ,..,,. , 285 Walton, Donald .................... .. 272 Ward, Mary, Cay .,,.......,.,...,..... . 283 Ward, Patrick .....,....,....,.......,.,....., 318 Warznie, Kenneth .. ......., 280, 318 Wasta, Raymond .. 261, 252 328 Watkins, Dan ......... ......., 1 97, 194 Watson, Barbara ............,,,,........,,, 276 Watson, Bill ...............,.......,.. ...,, . . 237 Watson, John ..,..... ....,....., 3 18, 262 Watterm, J. ............,,..,,. ,..,,..,. ,........ 2 3 8 Waugh, Joseph .....,. Weber, Charles , Weber, Frank .,,...,,,. Weber, Joseph ...,.. Webster, Shirley Weed, James ..,, ........,.......... Weiner, Samuel .... . Weisberger, Charles A., Weisenburger, R. Weiss, Judy .....,.. ................ Welch, Albert F. Wemhoff, Dan .,...,., Wemokur, Lawrence .............,,.. Wenzel, Barbara .. .... ,. Werstine, Charles Wesley, Sandra ,........ Wessels, James ..... .......,,... West, Fred ..,.,,..,.,.,...... ,.......,.,....... Westley, Marvin Wezemael, Joyce Wheeler, Diane Wheeler, Rich .,.,,,..,.,.. ,..,....,,. 8 , Whitchurch, Marjorie White, James .,,.............,.........,........ White, Linda .,,.... White, Martin ...,, ...,.. ..,,.,..... 2 7 3 White, William . 252, Whiting, Brenda 262, Whiting, ....,....,......,,....,......., ,..,.,.. . Wiatr, D N. ..,.....,.....,.,...........,....,,,.... , Wickcliffe, T. ,..............,.,,.,.,....,.,. . 241, S.J. 264, Wickens, George ...... 280, 285 Wickersham, Edward ......,..,....... Widerman, Charles ,,....,,,... .,... Willertz, Wieluse, Wilde, J John ....,..,....,, ,.,.,.... J ennie ......,,.. ..,..... udy L .......,.,,..,......,......,...,...... Wilhelm, Mike ...........,............... Will, Thomaas ..............,...,....,.,..., Williams, Booker 276, 284 Williams, Williams Williams Williams Williams , Franklin ..................... , Howard ..................,.,,.. , James, Joseph ...... fiiaiiiag"'i55iii'6iE"'f1QQQ' C. .,.....,.,,,........,... 191,' 240 309 239 271 236 331 321 27 245 309 210 105 321 276 247 105 328 134 318 236 248 107 322 288 322 279 328 248 237 265 171 318 23 27 283 309 248 122 236 124 273 17 237 37, 309 309, 125 Williams, Pat .... .,........ 105, 109 Williams, Ron . 1 239, 249, ,. .. .......... , .. 260, 289 Williams, Sharon .. ,. . 99 Williamson. T, ,,...,,..... 175, 179, 183 Willis, Bernard 236 Wilusz, Robert . .,., . 285 Winiarski, Raymond ...... . 264, . .......,,,.. .. ,.,. , .,,.,,.,.. 282, 328 Wiskcrsham, Edward .,.,.. . 23 Wittic, F. . . . . ........ . . 244 Witzak, Betty .,,..,. ....... , - 241 Wojno, Rita . ,,,............... ..,,...,, 5 4 Wolanin, William .. .,.... .....,. . 235 Wolfe, W. ........,.. ........ ....,. . . .,.,... . 238 Wood, R. . .... ., 239 Woodbeck, Judy .. ,,,... .. ..,, 248 290 Woods, D. .. ................ ....,..,....... . .. Worperll, Roger ,. ,...,... 261, Worthing, John ,.... Wright, R. ,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,...,, .,,,,,,,,,,, , Wright, Tom ..,. ...., . Wroble. Robert ., .... . . Wroblewski, Richard .. - 266, Wuest, Mary ........ .........,,.,............. 235, Wysocki, K. ,... .,............................ . Y Yamasaki, Minoru ....... Wyllie, 'William ,........... Yanik, Anthony .....,..... .,.......,.,., Yastie, Kenneth .... ......,..,. ,,., , , Yates, Terry ,........ ........,..... 2 36, Ybarrondo, L. .. ........ ,..,,. 2 55, Yost, Joseph ,........ .......... 2 61, Yott, Joe ............ ...,,,,.,,,,............,... Young, E. ..,........,,.,..,...,......... ........ . Young, Tom ,..... .... . 215, Youngblood, David 267, 270 Youngblood, Lawrence ............ Yowell, Sheila ,........................,..... Z Zabala, G. ....,..... ..,..,..,...,,, Zaccour, Juan 190, 273 215, 240, , Zacharias, K. H.. .,......... .,........... . Zajkowski, Joseph ..............,. ,...... Zaleski, Chester ....................... .. 264, 234, Zanlungo, Bruno .... ..............,,... Zaleski, P. .,....,,.,,,,...,,,.... . Zalke, Joseph ....,....,...,.... Zate, Gladys ........,......... ......., ..., Zawadzki, John ......... ,,..,,.,. Zbeb, Andrew .......... .......,. Zdral, S. ....,.,......,................ ,,.,. . . Zeder, James ..................,..,..,....,.,. Zembrzuski, Eugene ,... .. Zettell, Robert ,.,....,..,...,... 262, Ziegler, William ....,.,.,.........,,,..,,.. Zielinski, R. ., ,......... ...... , Zielke, D. ...,...,......,..,, ........ . Zile, Ronald .,,.,,............ ........ Zuchlewski, Estelle ......,,,,.,...,..,,. Zurgable, William ., ...,.,.,.,,., ..... . . 255 Zydowicz, Michael ...... , 161 330 128 183 105 318 282 246 267 245 56 251 236 290 282 330 292 273 318 277 277 248 273 191, 275 273 330 330 282 275 281 309 318 105 238 17 318 330 277 245 238 318 309 240 330 355 Ancl in Conclusion. . . We wish to thank all those who, while not formally on the TOWER staff, helped so generously in this year's book. 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