University of Detroit - Tower Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1960

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'nh' "' K-Il X HL" 1 I .. . Zgld,:,xX'A. IN ' H TABLE OF CONTE NTS STUDENT LIFE . Orientation and Registration Housing Campus Religious ACADEMICS College of Arts and Sciences College of Commerce and Finance College of Engineering and Architecture College of General Studies Evening Division Evening College of Commerce and Finance School of Law School of Dentistry Graduate School and Research Columbiere College STUDE NT ACTIVITIES Academic Service Political Social ATHLETICS Football Behind the Scenes Basketball Fencing Sailing Track Baseball Tennis ADMINISTRATION SENIORS APPENDIX Trustees Senior Directory Organizations INDEX ADVERTISING 10 1 2 zo 23 40 52 54 74 so 100 102 106 1 10 116 122 128 132 134 142 168 178 2 1 6 21 8 228 232 243 246 248 252 256 258 268 312 312 313 322 332 340 .L 1 ,P, . zu'-f.aj?lL,m, ., 'Xu ' --H. -vu -- -4f-- .-- Q- 1 N Q K , -5 .,-"" 2' pal' j on 1. K -A .. 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' . .'. - 'gg 4. 1 ' np- V , .,'lIl'1 ' . " 7 Ill' 1 ' 'IH ' I 1- A. !xl' . ' .i 'si ' 1 rv." 'i i ',x ' , , Q' ,I ,. 1 'rl V . ' 52 5 . . K '. -cl ' I 1' .il . 1: f . V, ' . ,A , V I Mr. Paul I-larbrecht, Director of the Pre-college Counselling Bureau, gives some helpful advice to a prospective freshman. The University offers a great, many counselling services, including the psychological service center, which admin- isters, tests and interp'rets the results for any student in the University. During Freshman Orientation, the new students are acquainted w.ith college life by two group leaders. upperclassmen are well-versed on the p college brings and are ,available at any. to 'help the students in their group. Q ow, an ID Card gm .SA- at It l, It x l r 1 , . -1 .. "Don'l smile,just show your teeth." Why, lhisfreshie looks a bit bewildered! The identdication card material is filed and will follow the freshman through his college lU'e. I V 13 -' vii -,-I E had N -. L.T,.,,.. .. 11. ,I ,- filw' .6 . 4' K' ff A., A ,Q -F -Q P if , , .qw- -2' f ff-1. H nv, ag - ' Wg! O 1 V 1- I lx ' x if L 1 N . . N C, fp , , , 15 M 3 .X V V- .Q-, 4 ,'., 'T ,V f gi 1 5- M '4'li1,.,.g .1 X --2-1""' ' . ,.,.4.:f""5?'!f':',. N '- Q . , 'iiwrs rp: I mam, .,, . I X 'Lai Q: I,-QV. , A i ' f -i .Ji Y 9711515 ar .,.L V. ,a13f,2,g,.fg,.'E's- fri CV . f -am. l 1,. .-,,,,,.- ,-,111 Q41 i5:Y'Tw its an it nk 1: This problem requires a little checking into the same time." ll's almost the end, but the worst is still lo come - paying tuition and fees. Ht- . ff' i Welcome Freshmen New Students Learn About U-D. 'F' This pretty fresman smiled on a bus tour. Fr. Foley, S. J., pointed out the pitfblls of Campus life to the new freshmen. Q 1 .A '- A ,ci pr . twice e X A bonfire makes one think One night during Orientation Week there was a bonfire in the parking lol. 0f- - - It captured all eyes. 1 .- X32 W 4? A R -QTY ij ah:-X 4. at f' - , ., ' .. -,e,:4-,, -- . ,. . Belle, book ana' candle-all at Pan-Hellenic Tea. S lay our ofmy act, " says talented freshman. And what do fraternities have to offer? The IFC explains. l BEA IE B0 NCE Frosh doff beanies f fu Three freshmen enjoy dance from sidelines. Minus their beanies, U-D's freshmen attend lheirfrsl omcial campus affair ,..:r" W- If Lv: 13. - iw gm-,,,,gg5Qiir',. A u p N -'Q , g -1: X E , l n' , .. , 4 . " .. 44-2-1 .dw-4 .,,, , - if g ' Q n ' .f fflij J N an 5 -, U f S, .E .AB ' , N I I - Jw A i ass offthe H01- Ghost' ' Q Q " 4-s I V ' , , I v x -- , - J, ,X n V . -X Ae Q' , v 'gm , H t . , 'Wil ,, 7' - '. X 2 Y-H E! ' 7 T - 4 V ' 5 x A I ' V ' -A H f'E?eL1"x'g V f , f H' 1755? - , 6 by -1 'Q sf, ? V' hi "- -Q I Q if f , T '1 , . U 1 1 N Q ,E f N i .Ff:- w, n A - , il :G Q., ' EQ. jf f N ' "- . l S T' ' V ILL1 X eu! A -5 T - :M K , Y .1 1 ,I , ' A5551 -. 1 P -' ' 1 ' . : " V r. 5' ' 1 , Q .AP 1 7 x I A gi. x-h fx?" 1, 'Z E -2 k V"f-u in Q X 1'-" ks JM 751 'QS u, 'N WHO u f . l vu ! . 1 ,A .Qi A 4 u all kg' D if 'U I ' 4.1- , '-as-M . 3, .' A . hx, A,'- - "X- i J 6 'uf V 1 - , ,-az...w-f- ' -nm, , ,if A , ,ff 'lf -4'599!.5" 'iw :H .nf . V? req' ,, . - f 6' 4 a f li . .AA . - f . , w ,tu , . x , 4 the enure A oi the University of Steiner fi rs: 11: A I f 'flli 'W ,, 3 ? , ,. ,gl ' ".F'-:al , ,,L.f',,:,'.-2. - fe . in , -f-f-.---,1f--- A ,F -Af j vent, J ,-M-YA Y "' ' I' ft f, rg! I l -J if .J 1 lf ,- WY . iq' ,, ' 7:1 3 i f '1:z'.,,4,- - v Zi' 'f' i . . Home is Where ang their hats! For U-D men. that may be Reno Hall, Holden Hall, or the brand-new Shiple Hall. Each has a capacity ol' approximately 400 men, with all the con- veniences of home. Who could ask for more? ' f Housm bt, w-li 1 - l l - .4 i 1 l ...Q f " 4 'A 6 ,-r Reno Hall offers most of the conveniences of home to the upperclassmen. K '-P, ' . f"s k 5 T ' ' ' --.. , -- X -- ,,-' , . . Holden Hall is the home-awayfrom-home for most ofthe out-ofzown underclassmen X - Mix, Avian? f E .... Gjebbies' prefect the dorm. 1 . , ffl - :- The Rev. Richard Dempsey, S.J., is the prefect for the new Shiple Hall. The Rev. William Berdan, S.J., is prefect of Reno Hall. The Rev. Cletus Hartmann, S.J., at his desk with a student in Holden Hall. Read : 8 Floors 0 New Housing Two studenls burn the midnight oil in the finished Shiple Hall. A few 'WWC' fffef and all will bf' feaffv. 4:5 .in tl ' wanna! 'nv HH New dorm goes up, up, up. , W., Y -5. "f-,Epi "Just d0n'l let my girl see me," says Emery Kolibar, See, prof I do study,"says Ken Faber. ,Q ,fi is A coffee break relieves the tedious study-habit. 24 That pencil helps Don M CA ulwe think -or hold up his head. if MF 2 A H d W, fi 'S V4 VAMQEFQ? L2 'W Mr. Paul Paule is direclor ldtlI0llSil7g. The boys at SI. Francis Club have an opportunity I0 practice cooking. ST. FRANCIS CLUB Home awayfrom home Eating can be a real problem, especially if you're young, healthy, and away from home. To solve this problem the St. Frances Club provides meals for its members on a co-op basis. Costs are shared, so is the work. Members wash dishes and wait on tables. Only the cook is a professional. In addition to being a dining hall, the St. Frances Club is a meeting place for out- of-town students. If you gel hungry between meals a snack is a possibility. 26 l - v 5532: Students pack into ears qher class and head for home. Thousands of Detroit area students crowd into U-D's parking lots each morning. Car pools are a popular method of transportation for most local students, but many rely on bus service. Crowded parking lots indicate popularity of auto commuting. -fi To and Fro N X X X Through sleet and snow 5 5-.. EQ V ll' 1-'73 46,2 1.3 1 ill:-E' "' Uri , 'Q rr! U .,t,. M, ,..t ..., ., - ,,,, - Y N .. H, ,, ,, , ,-, . ,,,5,,. 1: Y,,V. 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One can almost always find a student dashing from building to building, another loaf- ing in an out-ollthe-way retreat. That's lite! Q. 's ,l - 1 -nf' " 4 VI 2 -,, " ' '- - .2 , '45 - ' ' ' K ' . ' - ' fy' fy , ,L 4 ' 5' 7' 'P 1 Mr, - -, vi gi 4 fq?:"""g A ' ,,. ' up ls. 'I-. 'L 1 I V' ' I " "iw QSSLSQN A - ffl 'Y X . 1 1, ' ' wr.-., -V 4 Qn":,f,,5 ..,' no 1,1 4 , . 3 E I .F A- M:-,QRET Q Q . f ' ' Z' I ' in ' V5 gf' -10 " : I 5,4 'V '. . zpsyf- g f . t . Mx- .,-.- .-tn-L rn , Q. , in 2 Q 1 ---fi xff Y 'fig any ' . .1 gm - ' -73,-fg I - ' - il 'Q f-V4 , .N 1 vw 5 I I V .L S- ' ' ' ' ,- M. I, ' rl' X H ,P ' X ,E aj. se ' -2.5, , W ,QQ .5 . Q . , M H. ' .-. ' - ' I-fx gigs, ,G k ,. , .H Q 1 1 ,F HX 1 'H-Ikfm 4 - 5 . wig' 1 Y- - I ',,- N " lj . ' ' - - V-4 , A '- M J, n F V 7 1 F5 " HL A . A :QTL . is 5 . ' Y: WV ,. ,x 2 ' Ti, . I f ,B -r 1. "' " """"" A---'ff . . ' x .fs - .' 4 WEQFQ Pm- ' - --1 , ,, .'3S'ilm-Mg . f f f ' ' . , ""f"m , lm H f v I r V 1' Y J sb .- --t- . I, A ' x 1 . ,, -. ' I ' U "Q .- ffb, 1 iv .x fm, , fifffff 4. ,W A .JPN 'f.-' -v-"C-S-'H ' A.. L ,, vz, 4 , f7':?'f i3 ? fl 513fff L . m .55 :,-. ff? 1, ,, .. '23 '-- .. ' ly ,- s.. 'I' f'T,. V ,H .. ... K, --,K 'f-,,m , T4 L 6317 5 4. x 'x A Wlt.fm.mfi'i-- ff r '31 F , . V J 1-F - I.-4, , ' if 'g- -- -. "1 .sew Le 'S G0 to the Union No waiters-just kind people in the Union. QW' 1'- gw , JA! ,.r Q , Now it's ours! The Student Union deb was paid in 1959. Pinochle is stil! Union 's favorite pastirr Senior rings look good to Dick Hull and Dick Cusick at the annex. Great concentration needed to play pool. Ping-pong-a Union sport enjoyed by coeds -..,-Ns-suiix v ' gpm ,. H H Barbara Lankor is studying behind stacks of books. books, books The library-part of everyday student life The U-D library, under the direction of the Rev. Homer Matlin, S. J., pro- vides the students with a wealth of refer- ence and reading material. The stacks are opened to students only by special permission, but an efficient call-system assures all of quick service. Seats are ojlen ddficult to find, especially during exams-but since this isn't during exams, look at all the seats! EF' 3' 1 5? Q 93 a i . Si Q V4 N 3 E f: P. fb S 'E FB Er' F5 O Q F5 5 EX Y WA Q Q'- S fb ES N M Fx S XE 3 UQ S' K: 9: Q U' Q Q 7?- -PC? Rolland Stevens explores the stacks ln search of books for 'H Mrs Koepfgen helps Tassm A115 check out a term paper Thzs process faces many upper CIGSSIHQVI .L 33 V TINA ,. AT.. Us . ' G jx, ,. - 4.7 w Q 1' Q I " ' ' , 5 eg , A wlwfvl A . A A " - 1 ,g 1 w I I A ' 1' gifs.: -,.- , , . an ! T H , 6 ' " , V Y' "V '71 - Er fi A. 1? 1 - '- , fr: 'Q ., -f ' ,. T - 5 1 .V T V ls V '. 4 , ' 1 F 1, , 55:2 Y, M . W H . , 1 N - H! - U" . H H161 ' w 7- V 7 ' ' " -"1 i f ' V f ' ' - 1 ' ,Jug nw W . . ' ' J - , f -If f - 1 . ' Y 1 , , X 1 ' ' L 4. . - f - U :Q-53.1 l . L V ' ' 'Q Y. - ' - 'Q . . ' 1 I 'If 'JZ W - . 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NJ' L '- I . In ' 3 1 r" ' gi ,. . Q. ,' L ' John Comella puts heart into his cheers Penny Maclnnes displays fine form. Happy faces of boys from the St. Francis Home rewarded Tri Sig and the X Gl's. 1 if 35 l PLEDGI NG is here Careful, men! Members lurk everywhere Strange sights on campus are usually attributed to pledging-a twice yearly phenomenon which appears as regularly as the first test or mid- semester marks in the mailbox. Pledges perform menial tasks for hallowed members, grumbling softly but never failing in their appointed deed -whether it be a quick trip across campus to pick up a member's book, or a short jaunt through the cafeteria line choosing nourishing goodies for the group. And then the bitter trials end, when the pledge becomes an esteemed member who will badger a similiar suffering group next semester. Standing on the corner . . . Here we have a guinea pig, men." Alpha Epsilon Delta pledges have their first patient-or maybe last l -AN-I-S vkt'RT5 MMS 1 QU Jack Andrews watches as Sig Ep pledge, Kathy Gleason shines Joe LaMarra's shoes Jim Gemma, does a quick but ejyicient press job. as a Kappa Beta Gamma pledge stunt. Theta Phi pledges display their hidden musical talents in hourly concerts during the fnal week of pledging. ' 'li ' Iii, Stuart Hannon director of Radzo S tandtng room only is the result ofa talk on Modern Germany by German Free Europe demonstrates his Minister Franz Strauss as faculty and students packed the Union L, Guest Speaker Crowded Union Ballroom Shows Variety of Student Interest Lectures are an important part of a univer- sity education, and U-D students are frequently given the opportunity to attend talks by guest lecturers distinguished in their fields. The talks vary from the intellectually stimulating to the purely entertaining. This semester students crowded into the Ballroom to hear such diverse personalities as Brother Antoninus, author of The Crooked Lines of God, Dick the Bruiser, U.S. champion wrestler, and Franz Strauss, German defense minister. Aff t H l"i 4: 1' 1 L J ,Kp r, 0 F" Es. sui' 'iinre-0 ,iii .lguuiglpnluu-n-Q-gunman: G.. --uname Qqnnbqnnn- z-' -----N Em? Ma -Q,-,-VY. a J 7.1, mf' xnialgf LP, My , EQIPW.. , "'5J-f'T5':-249113. ,fn i 'aF" Fif,! , - X if . Q 5 m f,- 4. ..Y.-..,1, H. WF 1 is figfq ' ,Lg-..':A' E' x , l l I 5 ' J.. it , , A F 4 n 1 I if ' ' ? X,--rg-,E I I I 0 . t A-E" " W" , I 3 53 Q- " x . Y., M"f":sIg R1 ' V I V X T Y' 4 E r 1 4 Tiff 14" A it X ' f ' I ' - ' ' w -v-eg . t' l ' ll ' " 1 ' . .L7f37'1l ,i'.'5':'.,,. ' ' f..Lf EE: '. , - .mtl if L lf 2 31 ., -, ..:"W n R ','- Ak . IQ V v - 45 ff f 1- J- 4 1 'N . yt, A 'f :fl ' " V' I . In if 5 -V' ,- f I V , Many Catholic U3Dgstudv:ntsn llnd thut the ideal way to Sturt,-dale-lg only is by kneeling ut the foot lol' tlg c: AVz1tItztgg0l't'crix1og with-ttltc priest the Holy Snbrificc'-iiif the Mass. ,Religious on campus help organizations und, - activities the student tognmakeiflwis life center around his m0Sl important amd linul end A God. JL t . 5, Elf, 1 -.., - ,-,.. . 4-0 r P v ,V -rv gg: Q ...- ,v,, wr WJ :JE-1r,f1g3ae ' ww gf, Tina'-,l1. ,Q 1 w 1 u 1 El E- 1, w . . I 1, Eur - N 4. J W2 vT3I'..'.,'-,.u ' ' Fi A ly gr-M P-X , K ei. . I ' - Q-,FBI ' J - :rf ' ef 3555 La? '. - T?f'?ix"!5r ' 'f!'1w': Lx. Jag., If , ' ' 1 4 X . -f 'W 3549 1 VR' , ., 5,-,--,. , '., in 5 L sv I' I -1 4 v rv FW 'iw alla. a jf T ' 1. F Y, an, , 1, Dv 1 2" r 5' 11' fs 3 hz.. Q.. ' U, - -'Mg -. 9 ,Vg 1214. H- "4eN i X .. .' " .f - f ,f0- Ugg, ' lm A X ,Q . du 'rv f I ,ll "'. ,. . 5:13. , ' ,,,,, - M . 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Steiner, SJ., enjoys a cup ofcojfee and a chat with the alumni Baskets of food, clothing and toys for the less fortunate, decorated the Union lobby before Christmas. """es.,il . What looked like work turned into fun with a little bit of joking and . elowning. H ,Io to Share IUT Q up ' 'LA I Womens' League members treat ways to a Christ- M "-f v mas Party. "You don't like cake, do you?" Fascinated youngsters run into an old friendp guess who! 1 r""'f L Tg3f:'f4 1 W "QL "' ..ltur' .J ',,!.1l':r1l11- 1 ,rg ,i -4 - 'gbgafjlx 2': Helplng thers e Help urselves campus are based on the ideals of service The sewing contest the Christmas basket drive the Easter basket drive and other act1v1t1es throughout the semester give campus organizations an oppor tumty to serve others Gamma Stgma Sigma national voctal vervtce vorortty took prize for best feamstress Members of Kappa Beta Gamma national voctal sorority put the jmvhtng touches on Ihelr prtze wmnmg C hrt vtmav Basket drtve entry 0 L tij, 555: :Q Q In addition to social activities, the sororities on ieziji I ft - lfwtzfge. -- ' ' ' Ti-1-'I-',-T'i11f:. ' 7 ' , D l ' '.'."f:.'-','.'.'J.'1.'. i unny Has Group Aid Cellophane wrapped goodies surround the judges of Delta Zeta's Easter basket contest. Judy Jeris accepts winner's plaque from Fr. Steiner for Gamma Sigma Sigma. 48 Fr. Foley and Miss praise an entry. Him l7!lALFl1'i Kean ap Wi 'ii ll T i .. , i 1 '.l 'ff ' f 'Me' i N-,alilirgu ,H ' 'i" The ,IESUIT spirit Was a part of and transformed student life. The Jesuits are pictured on these pages in some of their non-academic aspects-prayer, saying the Divine Office, saying Mass,on manuevers with the ROTC. In these three activities the Jesuits had an influence on student life different from their academic roles. Their prayers and their Masses gave campus life its spiritual overtone. Their part in all campus activities from publications to social affairs in an informal way brought the students close to Christ the priest. Tr. James Caine, S.J.,.says his ojfce on a campus walk. Every class day morning-every hour on the hour-a Jesuzt said Mass for the students in the College Chapel. Fr. Joseph Foley, S .J., sludent counselor, rides high in ajeep while on manuevers with the ROTC. xx Father C'harle.s' Witleman does lots of after-hours lah work. Journalism instructor Father James Maglner has done esuit Faculty Member Have Varied Interests. Father Lawrence Green enjoys working with A rehi- tectural Students. mtg Se much to better Detroit high schooljournalisnfz. ' 5' ' ' 'Xi . F 'F e ' Q X N 1:1 " ..-, . . Y Q" xx ,NGUA A' ,..f. i -0 Father Alphonse Kuhn teaches history, grows roses in his spare time. ' Ii WH,-. . 11, -. "l ' ' .. P7-."' ' fnT'T'lfV:'7' ' ' ' TTlr"?gFTJ?'5?'. -1177 W' 1 - J'- 7 wfff-1 ii' -f'.'Hi3l '.FT:lf4f5?3"' flfff' hifi fl'171f'-fl, i'f?.'3'g?f5F"f" ' Exif' l. 5 :- Yi f V . f'vf1g" " ' 'A ' j ..' ,gg Erfirf l:::i'fjie?f55?: C51-,M 345'-i.3. A-'1-5.2 , . l 1. 'V -. ' - -- . '. V -, , 2-.iw-Lf. ., .-is-,vfifw--'.1-.5igJfwd,,'W ., as if 1,-'Q i wi- 1 P "Will,-' ,-,l-f. ,.-1:51111 ,, --i. .-A -ii-Jw ,R ,,,, ..',fll.n,-g,.- . ., Wiggle. ., , ,. .rg 1 -Q ,zz-Ji., l 15.3, my-1, 1171.31 . . Y fr ravi. . ' 'TT' af' 511 ' Z V I '3'l.l-'iglign 'Aiif f "'f 'ifhiffg-f ' -' HF i f'-?l'f- ""i'.'if1?'9'51' 'i -1' ' w-ig "1 wi,-5-1. if -fin' f :T "'-.1 zu fp ' f 'I 'J "' ii5lJQii':?iE4"'- ' "5-'ff' l L Wfihq'-' r l fi'--: V ,Sri J,-.'f'1':g 1 . -gf' lynx E.,-gjlfjr, ' J' ' ll , V vi. . I , A 3 V V H 1 , Y , ,J ., L ,. - ,, . i lla. ? ' 'Tx '-l i1vi',--rlinkw is i 4 5 Ji gnxvdvilf q 1 , 1 ,R 4 4+ i 4 -lp ll' +f'9l+ 4 lf 2,451 Y 9 5 9 C I 4 4 fi 5 , . 9 Q f- ' 1 qi I P1 7 H ' if ,, -J' 5 lg ff V I 1 1 IHS: ' "' H'-r".-e:2i9iV'1:'2ywfs4s1 , 4' 1 D' K ff This is the interior of Gesu, the Jesuit church on lhegfmurgin ol' U-D's campus. Gesu is a parish church, not ai part of the University itself, but, because so many U-D students jf"commule, il has become the symbol of all the ' home-'parish churches where the stucjentsnwor- ship on Sundays. l ' '.:,....,c ...,f-. . 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I., H, my . aww, - .fwffztsf If L 1 - e . s A Y' -V it nfs Fr. Lawrence Britt, S.J. is the Dean of the College of Arts ana' Sciences. Fr. Britt, an associate professor of education, is a U-D alumnus. He took his Ph. D. at Minnesota. - . Q-fa-I ----5-"1 ' ,-f-I. . . , i A Q - . Y --.V ' ' x ' ' . M ' ' ' I ,v 4 ' ' ,'1 ,- - ' -1 fa ':,'5 f ,. Y . f ' If' 'ns re-Q-wseislamgr , .. f -T' 1-H " ' V .f ?Pv'1,,-p - E-' ' ,. ' , QQ:-H ' 1 ,e ' rv: 'iii , 'ti ' ,- J e . my fl -- x.t"i V 391 ' . .s.,,-fm Fla -A A M, L 1-- qs iii' If. s. I , L .ff 'af -l Father Malcolm Carron, S..l., is assistant clean of Arts and Sciences, dean of freshmen, and an assistant professor ofeducation. Arthur Lovely, S. J., Theology Chairman Deep in Thought These college people search for theological, philosophical truths. E. J. Hodous, S. J. R. F. Griese, S. J. G. S. Chehayl, S, J. P. L. Decker Professor Assoc. Prof. Asst. Prof. Asst. Prof. Father MCG! ynn jokes with a few Coeds. V- J- H'-ICU-Cl' D. B. Richardson W. A. Sleo Pl'0fCSS0l' Instructor Instructor Students discuss, evaluate philosophical problems. l l . -Pia, Denis R. Janisse, chairman af the Modern Language department. Learn a Lan uage H5 1' -Jn.. ' P, 1 'gf .J J s I iff' .l'7?1..:e '-..- v ' i 'E NI. 1 'ali I X X P l z um, V X W if it t V yell kc, ., i i J. E. Espinosa Professor und Vice Chairman oclern-Classical Fr. Hugh P. O'Neill, S.J., is professor and chairman of the department of Classical Lan- guages. Fr. O'Neill offers both Greek and Latin. Students may also take a modern language with the aid of the language laboratory through which they may learn proper pronunciation of the lessons and record their own voice for their use and the professor's in judging student progress. Chairman of the Modern Language .f"'k 'vo Ci. L. Farrell J. A. Pthn G. J. Charest Assoc. Prof. Assoc. Prof. Asst. Prof. 1... ,J l Fin, Q' J' J'-'-'Q t ?ls.4-9. i 1k M, f - g - . I. i '--4 su - l if ., , f g jig . , . "J t Qs? l- . 5' T-. l-.1 li? if" A 1 " . . ,axgfr 11 W 1 .iw ?4gz'ZJlt ,. it - I.,-'-L61 ' K. i"Q,itgiiEi?: Q J. E. Comeau J. C. Privost J. A. Rodriguez Asst. Prof. Asst, Prof. Asst. Prof. Fr. Hugh P. 0Ne1ll, S.J., heads the Classical Language departmenz. 57 l department is Denis R. Janisse. Vice chairman is Jose Espinosa. Sludentsfina' the language laboratory interesting and helpful. F. l. Zioncheck Rev. J. S. Rekasi C. E. Beaudet Asst. Prof. Instructor Lecturer Dr. C. Carroll Hollis, chairman ofthe English department. . E VII l Sr. M. Bonaventure, O.S.F. E. F. Grewe R. R. Kihildis Assoc. Professor Asst. Professor Asst. Professor 'P .J mi' 57 ? tin: l ngfla Fl l if t- "7 le V Ts' ' lf' ' Q' tt 1 lt lg ' U E , Vhltiffff' .NX NIE' " V., V . J. J. Wey J. T. Callow R. W. Peckham Asst, Profeggur Instructor Instructor There's one more good reference for a term paper. 58 En lih Students learn appreciatwn of literary heritage of past The freshman in English learns to write clearly and effectively, then goes on to develop an aesthetic enjoyment of liter- ature as well as a view of literary history as growing out of the thought of a period. Dr. C. Carroll Hollis is in his first year as Chairman of the English department. His specialty is American literature. 11? .nys ga., 1. A. ,rw i it l A C. P. Craine, Assoc. Prof. W. P. Godfrey M. G. Furlong and Vice-Chairman Professor Assoc. Professor Man and Men The purpose ofthe Department of Sociology is to prepare the students for intelligent partici- pation in human society, and to give an under- graduate background to students who plan careers in professional social work. Father Cross is the Sociology Department Chairman. l Sociology students delve into problems of communil y lUe. 4 l 1 .1 5 Y 1 J. J. Rozycki Assoc. Professor Fr. Herman J. Muller, S.J., is in his j7t1VI year as chairman ofthe History department. Fr. A. F. Kuhn, S..I. C. J. Reutter J. E. Williams Professor Associate Professor Instructor Dorothy Jerneycic gives a speech she prepared for her T eWorld: past and present Two major social sciences form foundation for study of all others History and geography together give the stu- dent the necessary background for all the social sciences. Fr. Herman Muller, SJ., is chairman ofthe History department. He is a member ofthe American and American Catho- lic Historical Associations. Dr. Marjorie Good- man, chairman of the Geography department is a member of the Association of American Geographers and the National Council of Geographic Education. Dr. Marjorie Smith Goodman, chairman of the department. history class. "'-. it ..g. .nl r Aloysius G. Weimer, chairman of F ine Arts. No small part ofthe formation of the whole man through a liberal education is the develop- ment ofthe student's aesthetic sensibilities. The fine arts and music courses are designed to enhance the students' enjoyment and apprecia- tion both emotionally and intellectually, and to help him develop some criteria by which he may make critical evaluations. Chairman of the Fine Arts department is Aloysius G. Weimer, an accomplished portrait and landscape painter. Dr. Weimer offers courses from Ancient Art to Modern Painting to appeal to individuals' interests and tastes, In the field of music appreciation, Robert Taptich instructs. He also directs the school band' and orchestra. The music room also offers enjoyment to music lovers. Fine Arts, Music Lend Cultural Air "Now how do I explain the beauty in writing?" Robert J. Taptich, director of U-D bands and orchestra. The music room -a spot to listen, study, dream. ' i ' , , s '. ,V -, , I . 0 xiii' e 'iatrf-e as Sciences In 196 Today: studentsg Tomorrow : scientists The purpose of the courses in Chemistry for the U-D science student is two-fold, cultural and professional. Students are given a background in the fundamental principles of the science, and are offered training in laboratory techniques and a progressive program covering the ele- ments of inorganic, organic, analytical and physical chemistry. The U-D department of Chemistry, headed by Dr. Everette L. Hender- son, is approved by the American Chemical Society for the training of professional chemists. J F Deupree F L Bates W Wagner DJ. Kenney M..l. Albinak H. E. Hatcher Professor Assoc Professor Assoc Professor Asst. Professor lr1SlruCl0r Instructor Careful, now, let's see what happens . . . Are Important Biologists study plants and animals in the lab Pre-medical and pre-dental students, as well as future nurses and dental hygienists spend a great deal of time studying the organic struc- tures and functions of plants and animals. Comparative anatomy students will not forget for some time the many interesting hours spent in the laboratory dissecting the cat. Other courses offered are genetics, evolution, micro- biology, infection and resistance, all of extreme importance with good scientists so much in demand. Chairman of the Biology department is Lester P. Coo ne'n,whose aim is to offer courses suited to cultural and professional demands. Lester P. Coonen, chairman of the Biology department. midi? "i-ffm-li: One more cat contributes to the knowledge of anatomy Many hours are spent in the laboratory. oft i it Y i C Dr. Daniel L. Harmon, chairman., the department of Physics. W. M. Baker J. W. Then Professor Assoc, Professor Cooperation will help here. H. C. Gelin, SJ. Instructor N. .I . Bow Instructor Also In Great Need o Good Future Physicists Physics is a natural science which studies the physical properties of matter and energy. It also embraces studies of heat, electricity, sound and magnetism. Dr. Daniel L. Harmon, chairman of the Physics department at U-D, strives to put emphasis also on the participation in the intel- lectual achievements arising from penetration into the depths of nature. Dr. I-Iarmon's specialties are acoustics, nuclear energy, ultra- sonics and noise control. He is Detroit Secretary of the American Physical Society. He is also a member of the Acoustical Society of America and the Physical Society of Japan. Almost . . . closer. . . there! t ' - U lf as--6 A I ff,. in U Dr. Lyle Mehlenbacker, department chairman. V. B. Haas Asst. Professor J. A. Mansour Asst. Professor N. Frazis Asst. Professor E. L' ,f A , -av- athematics Many scientific studies begun with mathematical foundatwn The field of mathematics becomes increasingly more important in this era when major emphasis is being placed on scientific advancement. Math must necessarily form a solid foundation upon which the student will build his scientific know- ledge. Mathematics also aids the arts student to develop a strong, liberal background and the ability to think clearly and logically. Dr. Lyle E. Mehlenbacker is chairman of the department of Mathematics. He is a member of the Ameri- can Mathematics Society and the Math Associa- tion of America. S tudents work with electronic compulors. 1' X r rv Dr. Tibor Payzs, chairman, Political Science depart- ment. Political Science Future politicians ? -Informed public takes form here Future political and diplomatic figures, and the future "public" which must be well-informed if American democracy is to function effectively, now sit in U-D Political Science classes. They study the principles behind the functions of political institutions and processes, both Amer- ican and international. There are also courses offered in ancient, medieval and modern politi- cal thought. Dr. Tibor Payzs is chairman of the department. U-D is also proud of John T. Dempsey, associate professor, who has become a popular news analyst in the Detroit area. E. H. Rutkowski instructor I .-Ii"""""- ' ,N , Must keep up with the news to pass Political Science. APUb1fC0Pf'1i0'1P0l1C0'1 befun' 66 Rev Charles Wiesgerber, S.J., chair- of the Psychology Department. Science of the Soul V Q 1 R9 - D. H. Jones Assoc. Professor Sirtf F. Pikunas E. J. Albrecht Assoc. Professor Asst. Professor if Psychology studieshuman knowledge and the will At U-D psychology students study first the operations of the human soul, intellect and free will. From there they move into practical psychological problems involved in living, and then into psychological research methods used in personnel work and other phases of business and industry. Assoc. Prof Dan Jones, who once worked as an industrial psychologist, now teaches at U-D. ' r- 11-, 1 -.psf lf.:- N' 1 V :,y,:'..' Dr. Claude Nemzek, Chairman of the Department of Education. n EDUCATIO Future teachers learn the arts of training, instructing In the educational profession. young men and women with ability and experience are urgently needed to carry on to tomorrow's elementary students the great progress of today. At the University of Detroit, future school teachers are given a special program of study in the arts and sciences, and many hours ofclassroom practice A. K. Barter W. B. Kolesnik D. A. Taddonio Ass L. Professor Ass t. Professor Asst. Prof. J. H. Espinosa E. H. Sleltenpohl P- E- Di 23120 Instructor Instructor Lecturer H. T. Karbal W. L. Lamb Lecturer Lecturer , L . . . 7, 'i.' These future elementary teachers know that to teach, one needs practical experience. - An education student corrccls papers and records gradev Hours O pl'aCtlC9 EITLIJTOUB CIUSSVOOTN, teChnlqU8 In her own classroom a sludenl teacher putv her educatzonal prznczples to work .. J: . AKA l!" . Y ,Vx -' K QL - X ,. 1 ' , Q . fl- Communication Arts Radio-TV, Theatre, Speech, and Journalism To be a communication artist requires two things- skills in handling the media of communication and a background of history, literature, philosophy, and theology. Communication art students acquire their backgrounds in the Liberal Arts Collegeg in their radio-TV classes, in their speech, theatre, and journalism classes they are taught to use the media of mass communication. William Murphy, chairman of the Communication Arts Department. ll A television class Instructor, Dale Evans an a class watch a student program. 70 .14 'V 4-If f xy d In this class students learn to handle recordings I T 1-:Theatr Drama Students toil artfully. The U-D Players are busy individuals who spend much time working industriouslv on the third Hoor ofthe Librarv in their Theater re arinu , , P P' e costumes. Scenery and memorizing lines. Father James Caine. S..l.. Theatre Chlll"l77Uf7 rn 7' M if 5551 3 sf- - wifi! i'j4f',3,' ,....... 53-hy-QQ Hifi- ' t if at ' .-gy" 1 i 1 -fy , ' R. J. Burgwin Associate Professor ti A',L nv' Q-Ni, ' X ' , V 5' 'F' M550 Y Q: . - ii l - it 1 ' fr: "V Z ,.4pvt,"t gif' 'xx gfjigmf it-, it .- .--1,,1f.si . . gud-' " Hai , 'Y-252: .Q Ii V gli K M" 1' D, P. Lomax Instructor Students criticize classmates in class for stage directing. Members of a dramatic, reading class interpret both classic and modern works. yi 'vihx' i Qi, di il., gfiirtgig X gilgkt Prof Charles Sanders, chairman of the Journalism Department. om-arrow as News Men Journalism Department Trains Students taking journalism studying to be news editors take courses in reporting, editing, copy reading, layout, history of the press, and press law. All their training is not theoretical. They do their lab work on the Varsity News, published twice weekly for the U-D community which numbers over l0,000. Fr. James Magmer, SJ., These pretty little high school girls edited the Varsity News last summer as part of thei instructor in journalism. Workshop. 72 l i l A Prof Henry Schneidewin shows a student how to make the spoken word live. Words, Gestures, ep:-ian-as-3-I l i l Here a student attempts a gesture. 11's important to hold a speech prop so all can see. ake a S p eec Expression of the students' ideas and opinions is the goal of a liberal arts education. The faculty of the U-D Speech Department trains students in the art of express- ing themselves: how to hold an audience, make gestures meaningful, stand before a group and feel confident, develop an idea or an opinion so that is can be conveyed to an audience with impact. T. H. Usher L. W. Rudick Asst, Professor Instructor 73 ,wx I I 7 5. , .1 n, I fla, J , 1: Q7 01 N ai. 5 Q- ' L -rl' if ' ,! ..-J NDR: er' .I .JMU 1' , A I n 1' ' , so 4 "" pun, "5 . -'EA-ig: 1 u ' -.i 1' s I ' R 1. jgpi A Q I." 4 4 I' 1 ' a A I D s 2 at R . 2- 3 ff, . 1 ,I is 71, i qu Commerce i and inance t to Lloyd E. Fitzgerald, dean of the college of Commerce and Finance has spent many years at U-D planning the courses of stztdv that have trained his students to take their place in Detroit businesses. I X A MIT! 7 ll OMIM!! ,ALL STH 0 I! Bernard F Landuyt, assistant dean of the College of Commerce and Finance, consults the Wall Street Journal for latest fnancial news. He is also the chairmar ofthe economics department. I Clyde T Hardwick, director of the Institute of Business Services, confers with secretary Mabel M. Lucken and C. Birch, associate director of research. H. T. Hoffman Professor Desire Baralh 1 x Professor 9' I' 3 "IT 1 A", " I f" ' - . if A--,, A f r S. W. Budzinowski Assoc. Professor 'E-R TU If I W. V r 9 - - , ' . wh' . H za Ly r -J ,pst ' ' 1 W. F. Farnell Asst. Professor f3f.'lI:"' . M KTLA I o .wi e ea ,ja as Q fr vj' """ J .A 1 Lf- E .Y . E, ww 'kj 1 :ii i 1 X 5 , .3 R. M. Biggs Professor Hoffman oUers instructions in economics. -'- R' Dempsey- S-J' Prothgsor Instructor These accounting students prepare The reason business is so efficient today is the fact that as business grew bookkeeping grew, grew into the science of accounting. John W. McAulWe, Chairman ofthe Accounting Department. L. W. Hobbs R. W. Bergner L. D. Maliel C. G. Schoefiier jf P. Thgml-35011 W. L. Eaton Professor Assoc. Professor Assoc. Professor Asst. Professor Asst, Prolbggor Instructor Instructor William Eaton discusses a practical problem with an accounting class. " f' Balancing Books . . . for the role of tomorrow's Businessmen I Edward Wickersham, chairman of the Industrial Manage- ment and Relations Department, conducts class. O. W Hedges J. M. May Professor Assoc. Prof C 81 F Turns ut Future usinessmen Marketing, finance and business law give the C 81. F student a practical background for his future in the world of business. Working with the Burroughs computor and in the C 8L F lab is also useful background. all FI. Student works with calculator in C Ji F lab. Working the Burroughs Computer is an exciting experzence 78 X,. in C. M. Gurman G. E. Martin Instructor Asst. Professor Secretarial science students gain practical experience in the use af business machines Secretarial Science In answer to today's growing demand for efficient- office personnel, the University of Detroit offers courses in the secretarial sciences, office management, and business education. These studies train commerce i students in manual office skills and the use of modern business machines. The use ofrotarv calculators facilitates mathematical workjbr tom0rrow's secretaries. H as fi Sqn' Y al' t ' - f "wv'f,J,4fx ul 'J X35 ' '5uL"- 3 E97 1 if- ' 'A w fwHfsWp'e:'i V - '-S. J - 4 .1 f Q1 xl.. ,xv in , ,K ,Ir "' " ww ,hm - Nff.".Q'x Q ,A 'ff a,' 'EJ f . f -I . ,, N- ff 4 Q' ,I X 'Mya' ' 'Wifi-w ,fx ' -v ' . - uf, 1 S c 15 4 gs. - --1 I -' '7 if ,H .f It 1'- --J ' ' K',. , r g o . v , t ,, J , 'Yi . I ." ' x 2' -" 'IX -T12 If .' f . .-". 1 . 4 0 "- 1 '5 . - 1 F, ff s 5 ' I f .X k ' X' y' ' L .- 1 -. . 'f- ,. v -. 1 M ' 'J Uni.-'Y' ' 4. 0 . , ' " ' fa' . . hp,--., ', . ."' 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L " ' , nv V 1 ' Ai ' Q- 9 V V -' '- ' , 7' , 1 Lid' , Wrox I' ' "N '- "'SfI'fv-'V , . -'- ff'--'M - x,,. y5"f jw-.g:'g': 1. ,: '. I . f U f ' f-' ' E ., . I V r Mui f 'G l"?'9?"A la' -- 1 z..n mf 'if:SA.u-:qt 4 W qvgfiw fn - 1 .gh ' " ' I - - , - rs'-'ff , H-.'-Q 1. .' :Tx ,Ig Ig. W -is-,Ik . ., , ' gr " ' FH' wt. 1' - u 'W - ' ' .. -a -- ... " ' ik ' . , , .-Q..-fig. .?' 1, - " V j 'R+ - . - A -- P--Q . 4 Q N V '- ' Q A , -. N -A X . , ,.s"'5 -' ,es ,, - I- rv" ' If ' r-1J"N'.-', ' M E ! 'Q College of n ineering and Architecture The Dean and His Assistants Clement J. Freund is the Dean of the College of Engineering. Dean Freuna' was in Pakistan for mos! of the 1959-1960 school , 1 I , I - . . . , 'Q' L - s 5 W 'S'- X , ,. ,., el' i Acting Dean John Uicker, chairman of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The assistant dean of the College of Engineering is Jasper Gerardi, professor of engineering graphics. Z - 4 X 2 A ero engineers must be adept in drawing skills. Pressure tubes are used with models in wind tunnel. In 4 if ,Alu if Engineerin Practical experience makes education complete. Experimental data is an essential study basis. Knowledge Tames the Winds Aeronautical studies gain importance. As science strives to exploit new frontiers in space, the need for well-trained professional engineers grows. Technical phases of aero- nautical engineering are diverse and complicated, but U-D's program provides adequate background for career work in the many fields of avration. l New theories are tested in the wind tunnel. W-ef" - 459 , :4zf""41 . -E' 'T"'N: A number of aspiring architects scrutinize some fine points of structural design. The Colle Father Lawrence Greene gives a few tips on architectural drawing. me ,V Students pictured above, with Professor Robert Blakeslee frequently work with scale models 0 Architecture Department of Architecture keeps pace with the times Recent progress in Architecture has been rapid. So, too, in the Univer- sity's Department of Architecture, an important motivation is progress. In the six-year co-operative pro- Freehand and mechanical drawing are essential skills gram-of studies, student architects use the latest concepts and toolsg U-Dis graduates rank across the nation. G. P. Head D. E. Barkkarie Instructor Instructor X? 4 -vgfsvif vffgwb 19 1 Q9 4.'g 'rngu' "iw ' wa Aw? :QA Q 'x-,".'..', F K LE L-1 ,-- ,J .., . MN, wi-,T-is '. -Y' Q, v 4 K . I A Rf ? Y ,, , J . if -' , 'ff A-if? Si 1 Q 1 4"- .vfi , A ' f l i 1 'E N, , 2 .4-I Xa 'Q ' 5 45 -am ' 7 ' ' 4 I 4 1 Fi' 1-1 14 - . Q mm . l f . . Q I . V . .,I l .-.ag xl' E M' JZ 4 F ' fla - . 9.. ' I Y -,tux :L-. T. S. Yu P. P. Rumps Ass t. Professor Instructor ' E Chemlcal Engineerin Modern Chemistry reaches into every im- portant industry. To keep abreast of the progress made by industrial chemists, U-D's chemical engineering program utilizes the finest of equipment and techniques. This program provides for research, training and on the job experience in order that the nation may look to U-D for tomorrow's chemical engineers. C'hairman Qf the Deparlmenl of Chemical Engineering is Professor Leon S. K owalcz yk. ffl? " D0 I add this, or subtract You almosl have to he a mechanical engineer . . . R. Bremer K. D. Cummins G, E, LaPalm Assoc. Prof. Assoc. Prof, Instructor Dr. Elihu Geer, chairman of the Department of Civil Engineering, conducts a lecture. "Be sure to get this, now. " as Civil Civil Engineering is the profession dealing with the fundamental knowledge and skills df sur- veying, hydraulics, highway engineering, design and construction. and the sundry cognate fields. U-D's department of Civil Engineering offers students of this professional field a cultural background along with plenty of practical training. A civil engineer analyzes a tes! specimen. f ' v A H Yi. -5 ' 5 1 l- - ,.,1,1,- .1 g. , if -" 'QE' ' ' 11,61 Y ' ,X , Soil samples are carefully tesled. Engineerin a E. 9 V". ri k E ectrical Engineerin . . production, transmlsslon, control, and appllcatlon Electrical Engineering is the application of physical laws to the production, transmission. control, and application of electrical energy. The electrical engi- neering curriculum at U-D treats on the Arts and Sciences and offers a complete program of studies in the field of professional electrical work. of electrical energy 5'1' ,, lx .H v 44 . Disc'us.s'ir1g 'C'lIl'I'l'I1l' problems U-D's elec,'lr1'c'al 6'l1gI'l1C't'l'.S' work wilh modern mac'hinery Among upper-division courses is a sluafv Qf advanced electronics. 91 ar' fat- ".., '. A 'Fw A 4 A - U I -, f l1i-'ilk' "fo"' " 1 V , A : ' , X . g- . -- wg O I . --ilk!! ' ..- A fu '.xT'Q is ' - 'Q 7 4-.1-' S., fx A , 1 . -v -s, . 1 S L QM, .5 I ft qqi- . Q R ff ., , -an' Z x --. at r 4, fi- Mechanical Engineering Machines are made by men with knowledge of science. The University's program for mechanical engineers inte- grates the Arts and Sciences with the basic principles of machinery. power. and energy. Mechanical engineers must be prepared for practical problems in a wide number of engineering phases. U-D's graduate engi- neers are ready for this task because of their intense studies and the practical experience gained in the cooperative program. Prqfessor George Uicker, Chairman of the Mecl1anic'al Engineering Deparlmenl. On Ihe fob training in all phases Qf mechanics develops well-Irainea' pro- fessional engineers. Newesl machines mean progressive professional training. The Department of Engineering Mechanics offers man- datory courses of basic engineering skills. The list of subjects includes such courses as Fluids, Materials, Dynamics. Kinetics, and many others which are essential bases for all engineering fields. En ineerin C. J. Pajol R. H. Schoonover Professor Professor A metal alla y sample is machine-lestedfor stress. H. F. Layle S. R. Uniechowski Assoc. Professor Ass'l. Professor L i aaa. Be ins Here Among essential skills of all engineers are mechanical drawing, descriptive geometry, charts, blueprints, and many other graphical engineering aids. These courses are the responsibility ofthe Department of Engineering Graphics. U-D's student engineers learn even the most advanced principles of drawing and technical graphics. "Expressing what words can'I say W. Felbarth E. C. Zulauf R. C. Medford Asst. Professor Asst. Professor Instructor Edward Dowling, SJ., helps Miss Elizabeth Smith, one 0fU D s women engineers. HHH. 72591 ' '12, r" 5 Hr, My 1 V , A 4u4q"'1f"i5! v www' 1 ,, 11 " ' . f, ,,-gi-iii! ' 73 x is ITN, Sz?" 5, -v 2 E 'W 1 . wi a rr X1 fi kv 1 . 1 'ig 1-A E ' 1 A ' if 1 L ' " ' 'nk .E-if-q ig!-51 x +- 1 jmdg . mg. f'W'i?2n11h ' uw , M fs, C adels are laugh! the principles Qfair power. R OT C . . . IVR Capt. H. Guernsey Capt. R. L. Long Assistant Professor Assislan! Professor ,Hi v J .1 U Y ru 1, ,,..-v-- ,nz-ff"'f'-"'1' V W ' The Air Force "'Flintlock.s"' rate highly at marksmanshfp matches. Angel Flight members attend all official AFROTC functions. I1 the U.S Lt, Col, Frank P. Dakun is zhe commanding After fbur years QI' sludy, cadets are commissioned ax- omcer qf U-Dis 300 A rm y cadets. Se'C0f1rllieuIer1ar11s. irwir. .L W ,, I.i V.: ' J' . i- 4 i 1 , Y 5 i V ' , ' ' Q M , ay e 7-if 5 1 gt gi if A All P' .1 Y f ff fffi mimi Fi-f C - ,,..- -txilirfnj' ,yi .121-.. .g , 5 -UV""'f?".Z5"m,. .' f' V, 7 5' .- V 11:1 P-A., 3 .Y i fy my 4 f A x gl Wy. A, F, W. Brashear C. J. Bushaw W. A. Patrick W. E. White Captain Captain Captain Captain U , A ..' I iii? i , 129 riff i ' Y' V , rf I3 ,Y V , 1- x b e ' 0 C. Damiani A. E. Howard Mfsgt. M!Sgl- '01- A. F. Lenz Cadets on the rU7e team practice with small armx. A. F. Kleiner MfSgt. Sergeant l'II1'... U-D's 300 cadets train, to serve America Approximately 300 cadets comprise the Uni- versity's Army ROTC cadet detachment. They learn basic Army skills of military practice, ordinance. tactics and armed forces policies in the twice-weekly classes and hold drill sessions each Friday. Students who complete the four year program are given the C0mmiSSiOr1 Ol' SCC- ond lieutenant in the Army Reserve. Organizariori of the US A rmea' F0rc'c'.v is basic' H1l'ffI0l1l' kn0wlea'ge. ik I . ,, 'gg-V if n . i 'f fr' "1 rf --, A ,lf 'Q fws4y1,,-- .1 . r'v,f".1, .-,.1 ' ' .-t . - Q . A ,- -.-,m-inf. - h -ff A-'f'w5:. l V1 fe ,f ' 'I' 163551-' "7 N"'v','nw1!-' ' 'ff-'5 - f."'.i Ty,-' 'fl' -.'wifff'i-2 fi, 'HH' ,.?' 1 . ,VN Q.,-g . rr-, .1 -, ,-V, , 1,--,Z-:.Gj', 'V M: K 1 A --K-.Q 3, 1 ,f 1-., . -ir ' r ,I!"'i Ai,-l nu' -' V, YL . .ly fu- - W V Q "wt Z: KQV 1, - .V v .. J? ,. . ,, , 1-' ,-v. wh, l .,grq,,I.',9' ' f , ,, ,, ,f 1 . . 14" mu gp,-xy ' ., F. '. 2. ,H ,rt.i'. M- . , -,r.!4f.f", -t.,.f.fS-454-55 ,- The Board builds up Ieam .vpiril wifh its many ejfhrlx. 99 100 The Colle e of Everett M. Steinback, dean of the College of General Studies, is also an assistant professor of math. .v,,j 4-3 ' Lorne G. Fox is assistant to the dean of the College of General Studies ana' an l assistant professor. general Studies ,yr English via television .Z In -X xl .sw T.. , 4 'cs V Moving up in the file shows that reading skills are improving. The College of General Studies provides study aids for students whose backgrounds have not sufficiently prepared them for a regular college curriculum, as shown through entrance exams. If students maintain a required average they may change to the degree program of their choice. S ludents get special aid in reading skills. 101 The buzz ol' activity on the U-D campus is not suddenly quieted with the coming ol' night. Nor is the thirst l'or knowledge quenched when Detroitcrs mature. At the University's Me- Nichols Road Evening Division, lights burn long into the night while literally thousands ol' Detroit area people attend classes. Degree programs are ol'I'ered in many business. com- mercial and industrial fields. The University ol' Detroit has proved that people are interested enough in education to spend their evenings in classrooms even alter long hours of day- time employment. -J, M. -i Evenin l ivision Francis A. Arlinghaus, director of the McNichols Road Evening Division, is also the director of the Credit Telecourse program and U-D's Summer Sessions. Here he looks over a bulletin of courses. Charles FI Leichtweis, assistant dean of the evening school, is an Assistant Professor of Education 103 N051 V ' S , 5 yf -.,. c., .V gt. m 4. 43 n " ' ' EW I --- w--'4-- ' """" PM J ,Vw H X' 1 my F an 1' V. X , ---., .gs . , -Y , '12 ff- 51 , .E - -, 'Q ,A ' ' I . 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Q PAW f " fi - f: ' fffllh 'irrg' ' ' ' . ' AQ. L- 1 V932 W- 'Aff --W-4. -, '. I .H . A , v 1, ! L r ,L LW I .1954 Lffx 3. . .f-rv k.-" Q Q w w L, n.-. ' V " v' uv' .U 1 .u Q ,J ff, ,A 5 .-4Ti?!'fS ' vv x ff' w- was M Q 'ww A Y xg? 'C 'LSL 5 -Q.. 'M G-1- -1 n x R ' 5 gg! .Q 'Mi L- - A i W xx R ' ,,, K . X 4 1" ' ff Yr x 4 J iv 4 1' ! -I' Q x A- X 1 5 W, I 5 241 1 i 'X X N Xxx X . ' 7-7 7 . UQ' I. fi" i ' Y Q Qin ' r 7' - .GNL 'I X1 ' J l . Q 1 A . ' , .5 4. fn ' V Y I' it . 3. -if m. ... Q , Mic, , A .Aa ' fit J. P. Glespin G. W. Green Philosophy Marketing lil. into i , . 'fJ53 X ,. -sf, J, an ' L. I i N,1i.A'Y,YAfw.lX 3 15" K. . liljifi-iff' 'fl' iii!! i Q V C. F. Hengstebeck E. T. May Sociology Accounting tudents YT' lL urn' FQ i'Tf4,Q-'52 3L'3'Tffi'f li? . J lf 7. "ii i.r1.t-p w A ,- 'J f 1 Eiggfvq iv' -. l iidihiixhv """di - ill.: -Y., ,dl - .. 'r ry .Ea Zijviili if . -P N ,, V t.. A E4 's . .j 5 I F. H. Whitmere English J. A. Youngblood Speech ii. I i i 1 ri. . L". .1 x I .MV f fi? W-we v-ws A Q . '21 ,,. F lu. 'ji ,wx 'f ' .nw - i -- i .- ' """. . .V 1. 'i G. F, Hewig i .il Accounting i' " A 'FTW 1 ' "1 1' 1' l . . 1 A . 'Jfifl E i J 'A .lil "1 l .ffm W' V- i l l I 11's hard to work all day and then go to school at night W. C. Offer Accounting . Xa, , If l Ili iex 'If lg .F-AJ . ff ,,., . if it .Ei l . . 1 3 Q9 t f J. L. Perentesis R. C. Salesbury R. T. Tarnas B. B. Buer Political Science Statistics Business Law Asst. Prolessor Prof Glespin conducts an evening class in Philosoph y. e Lawf School, algo located on the down- t n campus, is a city landmark. This building also houses the highly rated law library. Here students are prepared for a career in the court- room. After graduation they carry their Chris- tian ethics and ideals' into every field oi' law. 4 v 4 Detroit la wyers. . ' ii, at it i - .,,.. , ..t . , met, 155 ssiaai l . W1 . . lsilsea Professor William Kelly Joyce has Irainea' Iwo generations of F-tn , -, ,N -muy" -.-Wag: bs . . . i' '- ,l-Qs Jia ,i filly' -1 ll .1 , af f- i-.-2.1-gf i. tag ls? 'lJil2L 7. e -f Will !i3'iti3?:2"fll " ' A ee e " f J. A. Petz. S.J. Asst. Professor T. W. Watkins Instructor Law School Firms and lawyers who lead the legal field. Four years of undergraduate work are usually required for entrance into the law school. This is just the beginning of a long road. After being ac- cepted, the legal student has three more years of hard study facing him. Law is complicated and has many facets. To gain a grasp ofthe law that gives a future lawyer confidence, many hours have to be spent with a nose in a legal volume. L. A fewfacls are reviewed in a pre-legal clinic. Maybe lte'lljind a legal loophole in one ofthese books. 112 At the nn Law school IS not all work When classes are over many students head for the Inn of St lves The Inn IS the law school dormxtory For the students who hve there rt IS a place to relax Here books can be set aside and collars loosened A few hours of muslc or a favorlte TV program usually relaxes the mmd Tchalkovsky mzghl glV8 a relaxed atmosphere We XM 'x -v P' Ik intim- Two heads are always better than one where legal opzmons are znvolved They Can Relax 113 , . . , . 4 'T fffezq ,Q l - X " NH 'Q' Q All 'fling ll fff' 1 -Ziff' ' ' ' f . , , . f . ,, . -5 1-Y -Y t Q QQ' Q , Q QQ 54 Q ., Q I Q Q:: Q Y , l l l A143 rt ' n s 1 fri' . ' ' -f' - Q 1' Qi, -. .Hr Q 1 . ' l f ' .rf A Q QQ QQ - Y , 4 H. S l 3 U ' , Q Q Q l QQ Q H 3 V, l f MQ Q Q Q QQ! 'W xf "--. - f' el 5 I Law Journal Under skillful editors has be- come a leader of legal opinion. The Law Journal is published four times a year. Thorough editing is done by student lawyers, contributions come from top legal talent. Because of the editing and contributions many lawyers throughout the country are now looking to the Journal for new solutions for legal problems. Editor Raleigh proofreaafv the galley sheets, A 4 4 , V+ fi gl 'i Ei- 114 l K S Work on Law Journal begins here-with research. Law Journal Edilor Browne prepares copy for publicalion. oot Court The defense confers before deciding to cross examine a witness he court bailwmswears in" a witness. A lawyer pretenliously paces the court room as he examines the plaintlfl The court recorder reads a portion of the testimony to the referee as the attorney and prosecution listen in. 115 F X! is -1-1 k K I :h . ,Q .. 5 QEFV YI ' t1j,:r"1L ' - 1, - ' . it-. --EE: -1- 2- -5 Q1-, ' KJ! ' fe ' ' ,Q .jigs ' Q:-ji. f.-. 4.7 i ' . 77 " L.- ""' . , A, H 1 . , :W 1 . ,rn YV. V .,.4- fr - 1- ffl . ,nu -.1 --f V ..-- V . . , . ff' ' .. ' ' . fJ T' - " LLU.-Tx , ,,f"s i A - 1 ,.'. ni - ' A Us , rig., V-Q-i-H 171. 1 .,- 113. 1, , I -A Fl 1 Q51 if 3 -' I X E1 'Q -1 if H ' I ' Ll' ,Z ' ' rw Riiiizi '-Q-3-3' cu' . 112 1 1-2: ' ' A fif lj' ' ll'-1 -' is 'Er-1:1 ' , 1' QM, -.1 i if -iq--at '- 4 ' ,ef . rf l- ' 4- A f l 15214 ' is Lew' . . ' l if ' :L-2 e -' 'gl Nl- 'li -. " F"4"f1 . ..?'f. ,J -Q J- -" 1' c H'- . . 1 - Q: ' Lg- 1- 'f i- 'r -' ' e. " ,,,.1. .Fe-Q., , , . 1: , pl , 'i -lf-B54 U 'A ' -W ' i V f'-5' ji .' A l 'G "'1Z 3f. " , ,-fl - ' ' zglvklgiji E I 't:,,. - I, , '- j ' , ' . , -Q --- ' 1. 2 355'-QF .irc l ' c ,eff - fe .4 e fs- e if. .sl '-5 ' ff ,1 4-."-':. "" 1-' " ' -. fm" V V f -' -1. f f" 1 'iii Q Fil' .' 'J 'vi' -' 'T -59' FA 1 42: f 1. ,, the-L. ' ' f 14" ff' g- Q ' A, .. ,- r, ' w,,,.gs:.cado , Y,-, g, .Sf l .-.Q K Like- , . ,Eff , ' V ' - -3' 'V . . , ,V-' M, wi' Egfr, . rf'-l ,,. -, .,...q-,3 ,I 1- 3 , ' .,1,, , , s-ij,-f-1-, lf we W - i i -JF-j,u w - .v,.,ith. Gif! WE- r , ,W -I 1 V... A:-, :J X v,. ,, 1 LT' 1 pl, Q r 4, " .l. A 'J L ,,', A" J. A ff 1 g . . .G r 'QA' 4 , .-'eff ne,- l "ri 'ihl Qi if 1- 1 if X 6.221 l .fs rjijk ' .5-Q" . '12..1 .- Q, j-. '- l' : 1,L ,l J l 7' I Y A 1 e - t l . gill, "Af . A f l -.. eg, M V. fig, ,, EF. " - , 'we' ffl -we Eg. - t A is , . l" Q l fi? ., A V ei ee ,Y -- - . A W , i ' - , in -if? Q -1 I e W i V ' np., jf? ,...-',.. .- V m The Dental School, located onyglge, Jelterson ,,M,i,,,,,, ,,,,,,dmQ A Avenuecampus. is situated in tlie41B'ezirt of down- F 5. town Detroit, The clinic. operated by dental lfdg school students and hygienists, 'Serves all races h -ag. ,M . fe ,pf i - and creeds. It also combines the theor' learned W1'efYef"?d'f'fQ. , md: J. 3e!wi...,.-, L-.--we ef . . . . , 1 , QM, in the classroom with practical experience. ll 'A ' ' 'gg """' l A r is one ofthe oldest buildings on campus. ij .y 1 .HY . R Q, ' we K - fi Y 4i5la?i'4g f.,. c .-I s f H ! t A D b MTVN 'L' ' "'f""r"'fg"f'i 'gl c iff?-125.143--1.v - e....1'f1 f.,l - . i b ' A W 5" " 'gQjf.l3f"gJQd7 ' ' A e 'A , 'Ai if 1. e i- f l e e . f .LT. -.x it 1. i V. - ' f 'f 0 2211 fn-T'effgffili'-Q15'hffl--Kel 1 1 ' -, t 11 , ' P fifizi- l C T?-'sskafil ' ' 71- fi-5 ' 'i?T"Hf""'i ':Wl5f13T' " ?'5T' ' f -f 'n'?'.'727"f' 1' -'M P' - ,:' W 11 . W " - 'f - - -,f+...W f-.., , ' N ' A, g,l,r,Mi5.,,,4,' 9' 'FK -in 1 e H ' 1. '- - 4 -.:.,.,u..aL:,z, Dental School f X X ll-,'F I e X Dr. Rene Rochon directs the University's College Qf Dentistry. 117 ental Stud Students work on pa- tients, learn to use X- rays and make dentures. A dental student works with chemicals in denture work. Dental Hygienist aids a dental student to master the X-ray. Dental student at work onapatient. .-.tri ai 1 ' 11B Mostl Lab The University's School ol Dentistry is direc- ted by Dr. Rene Rochon. Students are required to take a three year arts program and four years ol' dental science and practice. Upon com- pletion ol' this curriculum, they are awarded the Degree ol' Doctor of Dental Surgery. The School of Dentistry also offers a two year program for dental hygienists. DenlalS1uden1 prepares a d8l1IZlI'l' for one of hzs palienls. This certainly must be a eavrl y : --1-vw Y, me , AJ. . Y, 1 , Q: , , , 'A ' '-1553 V- -.1 A TV audience gets a close look at how aflling is prepared. When we finish this homework, we can go out and relax. X -rays show beau! y is only enamel deep. 1 ' -im X.: qw., 120 Dental Hy ienist It takes two years of college work to become a dental hygienist. When the program is tin- ished the hygienist is qualified to work in pri- vate practice, public schools, public health or industrial organizations. The hygienist is an important part of the dental profession. A gra- duate's work consists of greeting the patient, preparing the patient for examinations, and assisting at dental surgery. Nuff Open wide and let me look ai that bad toolh. " Marian Boelle, a dental hygienist, studies slides through the microscope. J, 1 4 Hygienisls also give classes on dental care. 121 ff' K' U The Chemisiry Building arid the librdry stand as symbolsiof ighe advanced study that goes on long after the student has obtained his Bachelofssdegree. flfhe thgirst for knowledge is not doffed with the cfap andrgown, but grows and QFOWAQQLBUQELQ be quenched. 5-b,,.,-2f-f 'Y' Me W v J nj N4 , SE. mushy" " -i. , is ' ef. N. eg 1 we Q full? W-. . ,.:,.,.. , , ...Qi-v -.4-4. ,........ . Y H 1,1-' .4..., -- 1. '.,. I rpm'-u-1 ., , .W 1 W N . fi , 1 -5, M ,414 ., W' , , A P 'gy.y,... Af' 1 1, . -r Li 2 A, "' Y IK ".. A. if Lgvsvyl V: V- iiivvk ' xx: ' 0 . 5 3 '.nr-' ,B Q Tx 1.33.15 wig, a W m r . v 1 I . ' 151 .f ALA, I 1 an ,,.,.- X a 5 ...A ..,. ,,-Y: , .-Ma Z. M1 W .xtL.Y,-,:- ..-, 7 J ,wig 3 William Clzarron, graduate fellow in philosophy, works at class preparation in his ogice. Graduate Schoo Anne Kucharcik, a graduate fellow in biology, works in the lab. A math "teaching fellowndraws the graph ofa parabola. Peter Hoffman-Pinter, a graduate fellow in physics directs an experiment for some undergraduates. I I uw www - -.1-' ,HS 'NE' HA kr' : i- 1 V- oo gin--' 5656 ' .g:..,. If ' "" -.- ,R .p-, I 1 -..FE-- . DL --fi f-3+ .C r .-..-.-Q, t step 4 0 .ln -fc t 3 .r., e. FW 4 . ,Rafi t I -FE Q' J 1 ' 1: 5. 19 ,vii A graduate student works on a research project in the Chemistpv Building. 125 X' lvxl g 1' Fd., f.. In , Hiil'-I, 3 .1.31-Hfiifw . .fr ,-1-in 5 2-i A, 4 mf? i N ' ' bfligg. H-F . 1 ,LLL .f Y' Ju-ri E ,gg .f.. WE' ,uf .,' , lm . ,WM . .F V -'ir :EQ , -, ,J ar .fy L . .L 1,21 g7'.rl." 3+-451, E:7"I"L: f U., I 'Var D0 Research tomorrow brighter The researcher, unless he makes an outstanding discovery, is usually unknown, very seldom seen. This is true at the U-D. Most students as they go about their busy day are almost en- tirely unaware that in the library, in labs, in offices, faculty members and graduate fellows and students are working on a number of exper- iments that will help the political scientist, the doctor, the engineer tomorrow and make every- one's world a brighter one. arolA1me Relgel, a graduale student, helps Dr. Jon. J. abar with lm reseauh H1 Ll1em1.v1rjv. Fr. Paulinux Farszlloejzl, SJ., is working on bone mal formalions in mire. if A - 111. IJ-ef. ls-'lkfv l ':-gn5.':.- .Q nl-t wif pl jl'Qti,1'l . , :E Dr. .lon J. Kahara is doing experimenls 1'n biochemistry 127 x 1 Y - We .fain - :.f,.f- wqf ff-2535511 ,, L ' - 11 -. 'rr ...J ' .. l fl. k wh-5, .f. , '17 lx , . 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' 2' wi 1-P:-' I sffiiifig ' '- ?', .R 7.Pf1"' r ' -F 'Rui pf , is ,ixpi ., .554 5 . . i if v A V 1,W if Q, ,-. l"g":x f gri .N -V V--1 -D's New College, Columbiere V t X A young Jesuit in the stacks of C01umbiere's library. An extension of U-D trains young Jesuits When the Chicago Province of the Society of Jesus was divided into the Detroit and Chicago provinces in 1955, the new Detroit Province began plans to build its own novitiate. A site was selected at Clarkston, Mich., near Pontiac, and here the new Columbiere College was built. It opened in February, 1959, and was formally dedicated in October. Columbiere is both a novitiate and a jurniorate. Young men entering the Society spend four years at Columbiere, two in spiritual training in the novitiate and two in the juniorate studying principally literature, history, and the art of communication-writing and speaking. By being affiliated with the U-D, young Jesuits receive credit for the courses they take at Columbiere from the U-D. Few, though, unless they have had previous college work, will be able to take enough courses at Columbiere to enable them to graduate from the U-D. , .,,. -.. -igfefg-9 'e ' ,f 5 i ,V TJf1l1's','f' fi' ul--.1-r -Af: , ' 'J - ' Q.Vgi:QM"g,' Q '.AC'gf4f"' f'1 ' 'fi fl- if- 1. -A .eil ' I 1 I " :f'F.4-4. . '- V' ,V g Ae 1 A -, 5 : it , . qv , ' X I g,Q,q'n 'F . , ,. -4 5 - M . ' it-if . - tr' J' f' - v ' F" Qi ' The chapel from the outside. 129 --NM. ,4 . x,mA.-q-zyglf-v if V 3 ., I ' . 35 I ,f Yi. . 76. X V A, H , ., - A- iz if 151-.e-g . .xv -,, l U3 1 ,..-.- -rd-,,f V -I, f A ,. . si A in .V -.A-H , , -w W . P, V isa-A 'wi .H Q, . Y - J ,ill I, 1. N-1 see 559' "f 5-if-' Q 5 X ,, , WT, The Chapel at night. Young Jesuits at dinner in the refectory al Columbiere College l Prayer, study, recreatlon ' bulld the Jesult prlest. ,V awfvtfe saying ae-!vawi'rwwHwt fx 1 , ' li, ani What kind of life does the young Jesuit lead at the new Columbiere College? The kind of life that will prepare him to do the work of a Jesuit priestg preaching, giving retreats, counselling, but primarily teaching. The first step in this training is prayer. Each day the young Jesuit makes a meditation, attends Mass, says a rosary, and reads a spiritual book. The second step is study. During the years at Colum- biere, the young Jesuit's studies are principally in the Latin and Greek classics, English literature, history, public speaking and writing. This regimen is broken by recreation periods in the afternoon and evening. There are holidays on Saturday and on feast days of the Church. The young Jesuit plays baseball, tennis, basketball, and takes long walks on the hills surrounding Clarkston. 130 'fave-1"T A winter scene. Novices walk together in formation as they say their rosary. . E'-,Q1 A.. .Be 5. xx?-4.-L' Two novices al noon recreation on the porch under the "slilted wing" of Columbiere. Chapel is in the background. 1- Lg. X w i 'E Here a group of juniors carry on a discussion aher a Latin class. 13 'K UQ. 1 'L' if NR, xx Va 'Yfw is u V -Q: ' w, .. . . 1 X , V Y N w. mx W, N 'W -,N f lf' If V J' NNW li' X Q ,f gw, 21 , X us W iiiliul is Q J ' Q , r if 1 ad - W 1 - 1 1 x Q" gym 1 ,ZKNQLJ if I ,Q -gg .-, if 1gg-5,,r1',j"fvv- M W 1 W -' ff-,J 1 4 .la viva. 5-..-fg?E.'ZfiR: J M I fm i-LX' STUDENT ACTIVITIES ,jr ' -as stlc Activities A high scholastic average doesn't go unnoticed at U-D. A special day is set aside to honor those who have distinguished themselves academically, or socially. Every semester, students who have a B average gain the right to be on the Deanis list. There are various honor sororities and fraternities in each ofthe colleges for students who have distinguished themselves both in scholarship and in activities. O69 -., W - . - .- u Gamma P1 Epsilon wszerc ea'1I Coedv on Campus ese are Loca Honor Societies U D S honor orgamz ltlons mamt un the highest xdeale ofprofeselonal people ln many lields Edeh honor socxety strnves to develop the men and women of a specific Held both eullurally and professlonally by presentmg LILIIVIIICS to keep nts members abreast ofthe progreas made by lhexr professlonil brothers and slslerQ Lamda Iota Tau held an Importanl conference 111 the Student Union .L KJf'A,n,.,..-nn-1 135 , . . . . . . V . . . . 1 - ' n C C L . xl ' 1. I I . 4 ' I 'I . 1 . . . 4. 1, . 1 . - - , . . . . L . . . N I 1 Q I 1 'S 1 . . i . , .. . r . ir. ' ' - L.. 1 . f F' 11' in ,Al 1.1: r bw va Z .,, w 1 , ' -V t , 5' fu. , V, ' . ' l 1. .r 5 L W I , V' 'i '..v. 'A.-I, , , ,N I -, .f H, 39.14, , " . W"-H ,rf ,.- Q A-ogy, -fn -4 A .oh Y A- V - 1 1 , . nv- , 'xiii- Dr. Peler G. Bergmann, professor of theoretical physics al Syracuse University, spoke to lhe Phi szcs Club Student Scientists Learn Togethe 136 The enrollment in the Science courses in- creased this year. The reason was the influence of the Space Age. Men trained in science and math are in great demand. Along with the demand of the Space Age for new scientists is an influx in Science Club memberships. ln these clubs, in informal sessions, student scien- tists find help and stimulation for their work. Guest speakers from the scientific professions give news of progress and discoveries, and pre- sent problems yet to be dealt with. Bergmann discusses relativity with U-D professors 1 C 81 F Groups Hold alk The Commerce and Finance College has many pro- fessional business groups which help members to keep up to date on advances in their fields. They sponsor p talks and work together to help themselves and any others interested in learning more about business. Delta Phi Epsilon, national professional foreign serv- ice and foreign trade fraternity. views slides of Samuel Edwards of Hornblower and Weeks Investment Services. Ai ': Arnfi-u.H A x if . " , v-fP"i:fQ!.LiifQ1i ' . if-'4+f':'-ff.-.rb "sk-t.. . aitetegi-El'- iff" Delta Sigma Pi, international commerce and business administration fraternity, sponsors lectures periodically. 137 Engineerin The Engineering Societies strive to foster the high ideals of the engineering profession. They work to develop a professional attitude among the student engineers and to provide opportunities for the student to exercise his initiative and powers of organization. Newly elected Vice President, Brian Mitchell, speaks at meeting ofthe Institute of A eronautical Engineers. 138 Tau Beta Pi, national engineering honorary society, holds initiation banquet. Societies 2 ng , K, ' x. ,. ,,-It , 1 C7559 'f MES ' A ,J .-.. A' ' '-. X , - ,,,. ,I X ,, I , X ' 'J 1 - 4 1 w - 4 , ' ' 'L N1 Pi Tau Sigma, national honorary mechanical engineering fraternity, holds talk. These are engineers? Pi Tau Sigma members present a skit. Tau Beta Pi Association, national engineering honorary society, holds Tau Begg Pi inizigzeg. a banquet. 139 140 Eta Kappa Nu, professional engineering fraternity at a monthly meeting. Members of Gamma Eta Gamma, national law fraternity, had a cocktail before their fourzdefs day banquet in the Fort Shelby Hotel, February 27. ..1::. i 2 f " S F f f F 'mia F' . The French Club "Le Cerele Francais" at a jest af French songs-a part af their program to familiarize themselves with the F reneh language. Lambda Iota Tau, honorary literary society, meeting with new officers: Bill Dewyer, Sr. Mary Gray Stephanie and Sr. Catrini S osso. The sisters are from Jamaica. N 141 Q1 - 6 1 nh. gr 1,,r 3 9- H 45'-fgyf .A,'1f.5l5QI2'if:1 ' 'My .. P- , A , 'll v gm A Q ,. l '..,w .- J rf 1 , ,l..,.,11 . .1 ,,, , E I A Q.-L: 1.-'. Hfffil 'A ' l x Volunteer Bureau Placed students in social work. Any student on campus this year who wanted to do part-time social work was given a job through the Volunteer Bureau. There was no pay for this work-only the satisfaction of "helping out." The Volunteer Bureau placed U-D students at the St. Francis Home for Boys, The Sara Fisher Home, and at various community centers. Most of the work done was with children. Many education majors got in their required number of "observation hours" through jobs given them by the Bureau. Fr. Robert Hinks, S.J., is moderator of the Bureau. Bob Mclnlyre, publicity chairman, makes the bureaus work known on campus and in the city. Judy 0'Trompke is the bureaufs general chairman. Helene Ruhanna, chairman of inlerviewing, helps volunleer Slu- dents get the kind of work they want. 143 W ' BL' nz 44 n. . - - iwpm, W.. ., ,,: . , , ,M Y HY, WA Ang, WAKAY g The Human Relations Club convenes to rid minority group prejudices and foster better human relations. - ' are-h s- r-1 , 5-if ,..1 ' , -- . - -- -- -in 4.1.4 """'e:7.L' T ?T' " Dr. Nils Buus. Flying Club instructor, is at the controls ofthe club's Cessna. In this plane members receive the practical experience necessary for procuring a pilot's license. Sodality iw embership Enriches Self, there. Through 0'l'SCll.S'.S'l0l7,H'I0ll'lbCfA' of this group can find solutions to the problems in their sodality life, At the high school TSSA, a speaker explains how a sodality becomes more apostolic. The sodulity directs its members in self-sanctificattion, sanc- tilicalion of others, and defense and spread ol' the Church. In order lo pursue these goals more efficiently, the members are divided into cells. This year the Sodulity sponsored two Training Schools for Sodality Action, one for college stu- dents. another for hih school students. TSSA participants crowd into the Memorial Building. This is an eloquent testimony to the sodalily spirit in Detroit. Cameramen Wall Susor ana' Gerry Gohs tools the bulk of the pzctures for zhe 60 Tower and dzd photographs work for the Varsztv News. Hzs name is Charles Labadie but the Tower staff calls hlm Pat The frrst semesler he worlsea' out rhe plans and the details for the for ,.::.,s, " AK Q Q? E0 I -A I-5 'films 'a'Fegf'9 25 5555 -Qt' avg. Qrcnxxf F x 'N ggi!"-3' r l Q I U , , , .A '1959 Qs BU? E 'sms w Student Public ations These were the editors, photographers who made them great Pictured on these pages are the photographers and the editors of the Tower and the Varsity News. Ned Traenor and Pat Labadie, worked with Gerry Gohs, Walt Susor, and Bob Graham to tell the picture story ofthe year in the '60 Tower. Sheila Stewart and John Stenger-twice weekly through their editions of the Varsity News kept the campus informed and formed student opinion. Ned Treanor edited Ihe '60 Tower during the flrsl renzesler, planned much Qfllze book. Fresco Gains Literary F ame 148 Fresco's quality reached a peak this year under Editor Eisner. In literary circles it has become a leading quarterly, and is now ready to become professional. Fresco will be replaced on campus by a magazine of only student con- tributions, but it will go on to bring fame to the University of Detroit' Rev. James Magmer, S.J., moderates the Varsity News and To wer. J. Y .82 9 Steve Eisner, Fresco editor, turned the magazine into a Jerome Mazzaro was moderator of Fresco. leading national quarterly. It , I Camera men uf"N s W 1 0 7 it N I P1 '1 -If i M was A 'Tarn A Tina Czcillini, as Tower photo editor, gave Tower pho- I tographers their assignments. Bob Graham took many of the sports pictures in the Tower, also made a number of the final prints. Makowski and Mike Wyels were chief pho- fo, the Vamily News- Ea' Szabo took picluresfor Tower and-for the Varsity News. 41. . ,I-I' W 'J I r F, lube . " ,ui f dal he John Stenger was editor second semester. Bill Monahan managing editor first semester. Art Zink and Ron Thayer were sports editors. ese were V ' 1 V .uma 1 V.. ,.p-lf.. News Editor .lim Motz sits beside what could have been his chief PARTS DE S K ' 150 J at deadline time. f,uff,Q?Q:lee'5'f: 5 g j. f gs, 1 t J . I 'I ' 'rx ' Andy Acho and Sam Hall were sports editors, too. sqm: tors and Columnlsts John Grubba had a view andfor opinion for nearly every issue. Sandy Wesley and Elaine Barsanti edited VN society pages the second semester. Brian Murphy s views were mostly on music and film. Sheila Stewarl was first society editor, then a copy editor. '1 5 S . 2 5 Z: - ,.. Eqffie m'Q'5i 5-EI s.:- .-H. L . Sq, 5 .1 ' l' .U in sr-- r N , ' W 1 l x f f A i lf' --1 zgxvgej-:f wg :-'-"-., V f. Z , r I V " " V, Capers Rank Near fvr ,. . L.,...,,,v fu-- I ',,s . 'M -' gg L7 f 1 XX 3 . Ago! X A .N ' -1. , '1 1 . ,,,,,. 4 nm- I w pg. if-fx ' Q t ' . 8 C, -. f ., i 'K X n o ' " -3 17+ i 5 4 ri s., ' " 'N . ,X Quiz, 1 : V .l" 'f '-2 3' ,H . , U ,Q-1, 5. ' ' 5- jf , 'J , ax 71-. .., - .1 ,, ' ACH ' ' QQ - ' - A ' - 4, ,Tv ggxigig- . F ff.j'ff:gglQ, , X, ,Q , .' -Y' - . N. X-, Y -4 if WETWSEQ , Q.: .l Copy Editor Marty McCann makes final cor- rections on page proofs. 152 Managing editors second .semester were Carol Klinicki . and Jan Leonard. Around deadline time lhings on the VN were jieree. Here John Stenger, Sheila Sautler, Pal Williarn.s'fsealedj and Bob Shusler and Elaine Barsanti make last-minute checks. L' ,-of " z afrrfrrrr ' . ffrrp-,.,. ' r 5 ffrr ,L -gf" ,, ... Henry Taylor, ea'i10rialdirector. cheeks his edimrial Copy Ea'i1or Marty McCann shows Harry how Io make on galley proof up a VN page. I gg -W . 5 4 Nw fl-.,1i.,-?igx"kl I -in N ,if STX a. . YW, nl? ff 61" wiki! "1 UU QM? H 4-asa. . 4--a. .I QR 1 Y. ,,,., N2' it 'i all I Q X I 1 4 ,g 1 l 4 4-,. i J ' " 2 u News Edilor Art Zink watches Highland Parker printer pull a proof of page one. 153 Busy Tower Staff " Seniors editor Mary Bradley cheeks a portrait Madonna Rochelieu compares the finished cover with her sketches. As sports editor Bob Bowen interviews local sports personalities. Below, Bob chats with freshman coach McNamara. . X, t X X 2, ,af ,,.1 Members Turn Confusion into a Book. The layout editor searches through mountains of pictures to find that "just right" print for the . Book. Then the copy editor hopes to be inspired in finding that "just right" comment. The busi- ness manager busily keeps track of the bills. H' AP' "'-' f:'f'f'Hf"3,fi ,yi Mary Mudge was Tower art editor. 1 . - 5- Mullan, business manager of both Tower Jo McGiIlis, copy editor, studies ia picture, hoping for an inspiration. Varsity News, kept a careful check on finances. 155 Patti Cassell as Laurel. The Players Present Enid Bagnolcfs comedy "ChalkGarden' ' The judge, Jim Savades, and Laurel discuss murder 156 Mrs. St. Maugham, who raises Laurel without love. Miss Madrigal ana' Maitland, a mysterious pair. ,...t Xxx- Evelvn MaeQueen ana' student director Chuck Ana'erson performances clurzng rehearsal. Costurnier Patti Doyle alters Alice Broa'er's a'ress. 'KX- , s IP- ,. 4 . , . kg fi 1 sm Mike Keenan checks props. A ngie Spinella reviews her lines between scenes N 'Ugf'-Q, if " X. . . xiii 'A 'H 4 wa v f 2-QQ H' 1 , , ,-F W t , - ' -51 rf : W 1 ' R ,i Y rw K 1 f x ' ' 1' f ,-, A fry A, 1 1' ' ff , I '-1. I , , 'J 1 "Cara mia, I'm livingfor you, " sings Julio. fBob Hacklinskij to .Iennzfer Runson fjoyce Shaheen. 1. "There's a coach coming in," shoul the miners as they wail for the coach with lhefandangoes to arrive. LER ER AND LOWE'S 158 Poor Mormon Jacob Woodling I Black! has two wives, Sarah IF Corrigan! and Elizabilh Uan V lpn ', ! N . H? y 3 fl ,'p1H,-QA' 1' "Q 1 1 Q-:IQ i- I, f - f'T'if1r - " . .1 EJi'1:'E2, . 2t"fi'5-51.2 J -1. Ffa H ',: -.Smit lf' '7 Ffa: ,YM ' L. : W j 31: iff. , fd ., ,. - L V " 'Y ' f1x.:.:.1f!" ,. ,X ., . Il' .1 :I ,if :Wy 4 . ,, 0 JW X Ms' 5 - rl, ', wap Fila! " ,3 . H 11 X ,. x . iq , V af 3? C' w L V ' Jw. .. 271:25 . . .. ,.,n ,, fx A -1 ' ,,. X -4 Al' X , ,E 1' 5 X . - f .- .. My . :ff V' if:-Ss' . r 12' ' me 1" 4' .Ay 4' . wus ., YI A ""W'4 f gff, wp - '.' .XJR ,fl -1 ' 21 ,311 'IMA f: -M 135: YP V ,- A 551 'iii 'Q fl ii .ri .5211 The U-D high school program. "Town Hall," goes live. 1 so Students G0 These Broadcas ted U-D radio originates from the studios in the Smith Building. Here students learn to be radio practitioners-how to speak into a mike, pre- pare program scripts, make tapes, handle the technical equipment of radio. In the Smith building, too, students do programs that go out over the air. There is no U-D radio station, all programs are broadcast on commercial stations. This program goes on the air from a tape. Bob McGill and Mike Wilbelerus do a live in the Union Lobby for Gazzetle. 1 H 1 ' -'., ,441-' .xx - W ji-'E Env' " '5 I f 1 L. . -'11 .LV Y Nw, 1, ,x . ' . um a at F If .um -- n FC, ' r 1' P All ix. v r . Ag- Iwi. Q- X ,E-A S551 Q? K mf g""f-.- QE' b AW 2 -f j ,Lf--?f"'f W F' 41,1 '. A 1 ,H "' X 'fm Af iv 'lyywf ' , w 1 "- Hn? Y X f ,gan .- f' 4 ,ff .,., ,- WX, . N9 We v Q L H , .T-...J .1 uf-. Y- 35, ml. ., 4: -,u . H -L ,-,, ,f J 2 . , f . r-, .'2,3.v' .W I . ' iw... 1 W Y iw Y . Af? gr" f ' URN MW' OF MTR oN X9-X , A 11 .v U. Q' . I V. l ,Y- . 4 , gr 'L if fl A 9, ,. rx: 41 Q 1. 3- -w -XX f l-.Q XY F-1, . 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I,-F . f:, , -1, V un AQ' greg'-'. -5: .A W Jr KF H V1 I I' . -35,11 3' - Q: .P A, .. Jr. 5, .- r- .v T, 'fda 3 ljidl V' TTI. ' A ' 'N 12.3-T 7. Q' ., 'f 2554 ' x N 4, P J. .. - '?+'?Y 4 Coeds buy Senior Citizens' holiday ornaments. The U-D Collegiate Section of the Detroit Red Cross chapter was the first such group on a Detroit College campus. Started by Helen Kean, Dean of Women, growing progressively more active, the Red Cross Board this year helped sell Christmas ornaments for the Senior Citizens. They have also been entertaining in old folk's homes and making dolls for a home of retarded children. Red Cross Board V' 'F "TT 4' 1 i:??EN"F5J S'l T??T3'rJ'e1 ' ,tbii 155-lE!wpE-'ilfllf l . 'f ' Sm-'1-'el'-Ilr"T'l?3'I-l'2'ff:Fe,i11fill Y ' '-iii,Il?Wtifwfl-'?'11l"fflt'i'i1vHf'.'iPi'i'-l"f f il , - --331 .V-5115. L: Lgtggigilzrigr El liswfii -N .. 'z"-:W if- '1'15""." '4U-w'2.-"Q+-- fat' - -- G-'inf-iw 'ztu -rr ' HSE if S HQ .,lifterg.rv5fi:,ui55:iff??rl lg , I. -,Q -f ,gi..,'rf-ubj. .4-Lila. 5.6 l in ,, , nil, i, .l.. . .X ,.,I, 1A,..,T , V I 5 .,v i il- 3' 32 'T The villain glares in the play presented at old folks' homes. 64 4-1. lr. .l I .1 A 1 'f . , 1 s l if K! J HI: it-Z ,zl fl .1 ' l i , Red Cross Board members make toys for children's homes. Finally llle heroine wins 0141 and eVe"y0"e Smiles ...i - . ,..w-.iolln . , J. , .- w!Tf'yi,.r HW bl if ' ' ' f'.:149,c.-'- Alpha Phi Omega had the best of intentions when they put these signs around the campus. Every fraternity and sorority must make a worth- while contribution to the University in order to be recognized on campus. As a part of their pur- pose, therefore, they serve the student body in a number of ways. But the main purpose of Gamma Sigma Sigma and Alpha Phi Omega is solely to provide service. Together they run the used bookstore, an essential service from the students' point of view. Alpha Phi Omega ushers at some university functions and also reminds the students to "keep the campus green" -even in winter. The Gamma Sigs provide secretarial service, sponsor the Christmas Basket Drive and place "odds and ends" boxes for the Coeds in strategic places. K all I gn y will "Nu lllwq Ill? ' IIFO There were good bargains in used books-lower prices plus notes. The Creeks Served on Campus Alpha Phi Omega and Gamma Sigma Sigma turn the Memorial Building check room into a used book store at registration. Durelle Rustoni of Gamma Sigma Sigma refills an "odds and ends box" for the Coeds' convenience. 165 Chorus Per arms U-D's own vocalists directed by DON LARGE 166 "Down the way where the nights are gay ' .f o 0 X Q-, Q ji - Q X o A - U-D's own Honeybees strut their stuff with "Crazy Rhythm." The entire Chorus, adorned in leis, swings into Hawaiian mood at the student concert in the Union Ballroom. ..,,x4 The U- D marching band perfbrms at halhime al all Qf the home game.v. O C O O U-D Has V6PS3tl1lt 111 uslc The chorus and band constilute rhe musical unit Qfalmosl any pezjfbrmance on campus. fs , wmv., f , l Vw , . E" EEG f ..,,..,..,a , 1-m,,.:..f. rmw- 1 I I -,.r+q--...4Q.:.-5,5-1:,. ,, -' ,,,.-.4 1 J- 1---:- -- ' - ' .- Yg, :"1i'?3 EFT 'Lili-'TTM 7' '-. I 1' ' A Q1 Q T,w?Zg?. .W 239235 f 1. Www A N ,-... ' :iI1 4!fwf',i', -V 3 A, ,. . E1-la., fd 1 H- AW I -. N s . : -?' ai P J" " --V " H LJ 'i'Ss:i'ai'is!f' i .1 f' f, 54.2 ff". ' 1:-' - 'Gif 3 . 5 ,"IF"J Q 6-!,?"i4:'1 "Q-Islip 5?--gp 'TZF f I! , -.pq-up --in -nv-Q..-.1 , .v.-qw... I T :ma 2 7l 'Eg ., KIM! I ' r -Mfg W 4 I -. -'I ' , ' ":4, - M., 1- -1.0: Z1 U 'HIE sd :QQI-i3lgilxig3gf2 Sui? , Q -iGou,,nCij, , ' OT- gpfw , and wfdfiienasfheague SU? . Smperfenne. . A- BUT' 'mid Y -,-.,...,- ------ -Q.. if - "T"'4'---,-.. 1 Q Lia! 4 - , If 6 The Engineering Student Council discusses current problems. This year a Council project is to evaluate the Engineering College and to report to Fr. Steiner itsjindings. Art Zink leads a meeting of Student Advisory Board on Athletics to plan "Redand White Day." ' 1 169 Women S tudent's League Board members convene. The Dad- Daughter nigh! show was a real success. Out-oftown girls carefully decorated the hall for the Shujyle. Women's Lea ue Dad-Daughter Night and Sadie Shuffle Remember the time when you were six years old and The Men's Union Council studies plans for a new project. lVIen's Union Plans Functions The Men's Student Union is an organization of all male U-D students. Officers this year were Anthony Dietz, president: Dick Hull, vice- presidentg Robert Campbell, treasurer: and Mike Neibauer, secretary. T- Ramsey Le wis-presented by the Men's Union. 171 Dorm Democrat:-l The dorm council is comprised ol' representa- tives from every floor and wing, and represen- tatives at large of Shiple and Reno Halls. Officers are: Bob Bowen, president: Tony Ster- litzg vice presidentg Tom Moulton. secretary: and Jere John, treasurer. The Council sponsors activities such as hayrides, sleighrides and a goll' tournament. It also held a raflle in order to buy I suggest that we . . a new television set forthe dorm. , 'di t " Well, Bob, what else is there?" I can't agree to that." ' lm 'IO' so-lure' ' 172 "Maybe we could. . . " "Now get the picture . . . "Thal's it!" The Sllldenl Advisory Board on Atlzlelics a'i.s'cus.s'e.s'fu1ur'e alhlelic events and inlmmural compelilion. Ht YMW 5'G",,Wms4 The Board builds up leam spirit wizh its many ejorzs. In Student Advisory Board on Athletics Titans have stormy boosters for their games at home, away. The one thing every team needs to be a winner is a large and loyal following. To insure the Titans such a following and the promise of victory, the Student Advisory Board on Athletics was organized. This board planned the "Red and White Days" and other cheering sections for games. In addition to this work the board also ar- ranges intramural athletic programs. 173 3 --. Q if -fr ff p '11-.1 41 ',' ,QT r' 1' 4 a I ' nl r , J -1 ' 4 'A nf . 'Ng K 65, n aff IU- if" . Hr.-.-.....1'.-. 73'-"h f 1' .1 Qi i 'ff' if if - , 2 ' Zigi, ., , .- ,. H E 3 'mmf' W ur U N2- " fr' .' ifbi-U., Q., , ,X P X l 's ll 11 . 1:7 tl 45, F. 3 Wins time rs The Young Democrats put on a campaign in the Student Union to entice new members into the fold. Republicans proudly pose with the symbol of the Party. Are You a Democrat or a Republican? Major parties have their campus followers In adult life politics play a great role and an important role. Politics are not always nice, but they won't get any better until qualified people get interested in them. For this reason, seeing a club of young Republicans and Democrats on the campus is a healthy and refreshing sight. These young people may very well be the leaders of tomor- row's political parties. They may very well raise the prestige and quality not only of po- litical parties but of government, too. 175 176 . 9 gist-I L ' Q1 We """N I One method of campaigning - by poster. Placarafs bearing virtues are everywhere. ,'F5 ' i,--.Q , i V , A4 ,ssh ,. , -mf ii 'Mr-Y. . i 'Q in i. i iv ie' B . i v- F Q fy Exi?tRiEi4lCE p B' , - x It Q pai Ouvem OM no pm! BONA an c,:twiP?rix barb sci-lumiicuen mics FACQZFK I f . :E . . E ectlon Tlme ,WW ffB"'E','5..' f- 51 Posters, speeches, sound systems proclaim the campus politicians Each spring students are greeted by elections for officers of the Student Council, Men's Union Board and Women's League Board. Bulletin boards are filled with posters. On elec- tion day, confusion reigns. The prospective voter is cornered, collared, shouted at, sung at, told to vote for all candidates. During elections banners jill the walks ofthe Briggs Building. .,-s- 21" on Campus The Honeybees singfor votes during lunch hour. Tul Ralph Jackson isn't too inzerestea' in the campaign speech of his opponent Tony Dielz. nzination of all the campaigning - the ballot is cast. 177 , 1' ,HJ Social Life x A , H Ag. fin ocml hte durmg the year to 3 .4 ' f .-- whole ot i s the Carmval, team. and sorority parties. the greater part GET ' 1 an dmae a M ' .4 , A V 1 , Mm , R M . LA .. 'F ,151-, r ,f -1 ff,--L I X I I Wi' ' W? 1. I 'i ., 4' -vv wigs . E' V VL 'v . -L, Ala... .fm v . P Q - .Y t r A -, W Qu?" n . . .3- ""f MA .K 3 inf... ,Y ,-. w . s .fig Q- ' "M , ' - v W ' ' - A 'xv A " ' . J, ' ' C ' 1 -O n Lv o. 5, n rw. H v 1? M -1. :N M w. x as ' '1 Y! ...A gf! x mf 'K ' Y " I r P-'19 f' f I ft PW um ' ' jg. ' - 'V hir.. ,,g Y, '-'u -1 mf: . ,f 5.3m yk N 1 h l Fi- , ' 9 F If .- U ' 4 .4 .-1 b Q . ws! . ' '1'f1..f 3 J' 'ull 21.4 ,. ., ,ua '-0 0: Q sur ,died lr , , , .V ff . 1 M Li' ' Y . .:. QQ, anim! '- .. gi N4 .wx -:,,i,Yh f.-'n vg v ' -Q ,. 04:5 T il ' 1: 1731114 I ' WT. l'-5 xml, F- Tm. 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Homecoming goes medieva 180 First Step: Choose a Queen - or Maybe Two Candidate Joyce Shaheen enjoys between-class campaign parade. Fellows study pictures- then make their choices. UEEN XNIIIIIATEH IBB-3-kts.: Ejjzal its by B 6 , it ... '..'Qew5?,.. 3 , ' Q L. ? K. fl fs t Q Q P '0h! I forgot which one I wanted to vote for." '91 Good job! Now off to class. Those old Varsity News come in handy-they make the whole man. Up G0 Floats Q M 1 Ji' "H Old On-just 0112 more nail will do il. " "Now let's see - his nose should go right abou! here." 181 Music- Buddy Morrow style - filled the castle at Knight- Tyme. International ajfair. Blow, Man .V Music, Dancers - It's Knight-Tyme A medieval castle was the settingg twin queens were an added attraction, and Buddy Morrow provided a modern bit of musical accompaniment while dancers 2 l 182 filled the floor of the well-disguised Memorial Building. Donna and Deanna Maher graced the royal throne with double beauty. Dancers in the old castle atmosphere just didn'l look at all medieval. ouble Rei n Homecoming crown has two beauties. Pat Oliver presents the queens. The royalty enjoys the dance. Fr. Steiner crowns twin queens Donna and Deanna. 183 184 "- w 5 Parade Finall Holden Hall 's foil-covered man is mighty. The dragon smiled on Kappa Beta Ganzmds jloal Best overall float was St. Francis Club'sf0otball-jousling scene. on Its Way Tay ere s knlghtvjloatea' along Florence Merlin Y magic potion lv really TEKE v Everyone went to the Pep Rally Convertzbles at lej carrzed queens Donna Deanna and their court 185 Huw- gv- , . Q' A ' 'f Homecomin Ends With twin queens and Symbolicfloats Homecoming brought pomp and circumstance to the campus, it brought pageantry and her- aldryg color, enchantment, magic: the glamour and loveliness of twin queens, Deanna and Donna Maher, Returning alumni were thrilled and a bit nos- talgic as they recalled their own student days ol Homecoming. Present students felt that the pa- piermache symbolism of Floats, the election of queens, the Homecoming dance, the parade trailed a cloud of glory over the whole school year. Twin Queens Deanna and Donna Maher were presented to their subjects at haftime. This float predicted Xavier heads would roll in the Home- This papiernzachejesler riding his float fitted in well with coming game. The predic'ti0n came true. Xavier heads the Homecoming 's theme ofehivalry. did roll. it r ck - , . 1 ' T f' 187 I , , I if 5, . , W. ', L, Tiff , 4 --Q-, 5 V ' '-uw' L 1. 1- rx, M' 1 "N Y 'E Sf , 'f' "--f, :hx , , I 1 I 4 5 .hr ,255 ' wf'r ,giW Qi Q. me we w ' av f. :-: 3 , 1 a 1 W MH? E. , fi - 1 F' 'Tig 1? Melhgmy Q H e, 5, 'f fi J' f filkf-A Q - .wg 5 . W Activities Designed To Interest All U-D students study to maintain good scholas- tic averages and to meet specific requirements. But co-curricular activities are important to maintain their equilibrium. Thus, the many social and service activities help the U-D stu- dent lead a full life. Six guest cadets from U-D joined seventeen ROTC cadets from Soo Michigan on the Society of Military Engineers Field Trip to Detroit, Fort Wayne, and various points of interest in the area -1f:1n,....-e . W1-Lg?-1 The presidents enjoyed dinner. 'I . , 'S , - Yay. ..,. ' ,..x , 'vt 1,1 . , E ,, , .f I .V QT '--1 1 um- 52 .k I . agp.. fi , " wg. f "-"sw . Y V -,N , I .--,J ff--f, ' A-A ,, 4,4 ,., . yn., ,L A 5 ii :'1- I I sv L I A 4l..u. Ly- ,, ,V Q ,, -I , S, , Y ,I ,. . , .,. rr 'L v-izledk .. ' .. 7 '. - L L-'rj' ' -1 'fv,. .,,.. 11 ,-if -, . cfjfgii A V U 41- .A xi! . 351' ,, V' , Vw .I .1v, 5 111. I W 1 Q H ' X r. 5 ki an N' H' a iv' x ff - gpm, Isa? 4, ,,,N,-,- .N , G-.. I I 4 ,I f ,-'i " fad-3'4"-25, X ,f.ff' ':,.'3, f f,ffj,QffN?: if x, ' ff w1v' . x V' 1 :jg 1 .f 9-3 ll . U -,,,. A J 4' , 14, mr U' Hifi f, JQJJ W :af F f- XNs..as51-'lf l 3? ' - X. 5-we-if lj, ,J , I N-V 'xx-gf .5-' .I 'Qsksk-f 5. 4, ' wLX"T1f,f' ,4 'favhfi'-if 41 'lf' ,-." , W! ' U BZ yi., v l -E, L? U S 1, ,LS ff Q gil-vfzfvf 3-W., - .vxji ' iffiliu .. -.if 'Q571' nf, 1'4- ZQ P 1-v , if ,Tag if. .N , l 1 l 1 0 Campus this year served on the Mayor's Committee to Loraine Tobiczyk and Pal Was at Alumnae Tea, look Detroit beduilful. Above is Zhell' Ullllel' bclgn dis- through scrapbggk gfyegrs events, 1, i' Sigma Epsilon's dinner dance for its members was held at Hillcrest Country Club. 191 192 GREEKS hold fu Talented Greeks perform Greek talent was abundant at the annual Greek Sing as Delta Zeta walked off with top honors for talent. Fun and frolic continued at the Greek games where spinning hula hoops prophesied morning-after backaches and girlfriends of pie-eating contestants waited on the sidelines with bicarbonate of soda. A big feature of the day was the chariot race in which Phi Sig copped the glory. Bobby Geist accepts Delta Zeta trophy from Sam Hall at Greek Sing. Paul Messano leads the Sig Ep boys in a song. Theta Phi's "little Honey bun 'UO I O llled festlvlties 1 R V- X i5rs4u?ff:tI!-,yvhe 'I ' ., Y Qui , M., , Q .,,T 3 . QM, v ,-,--- oix ln' mn 4. If ' nrrril .F Kathy Gleason and Anita Truhon sprint across the finish line. Szgma Kappas charlot comes thunderzng home ln VICIOI'-V. 1 I "Look Ma, no hands." Joanne Mencotti and Mike Niebauer put on the feed bag. 'Hooping' it up in the Greek games. 193 The sheik in evidence at the Shuff7e. 194 SLldi9,S Shuffle 1959 SHEIK night met with enthusiasm 'n "Enter, Sir!" Smiling faces indicate success of turnabout dance. mi .E g r 012+ Q., Ii 15 Wi, gl I1 if 1 F' f ,. ,. . ' -Sf vaxapt U: Kal' .Nm x . f , . mi . H: Z7 fl F1 N -f ,.-Pi w 4 r 4 ,vm K ,vw l3'.i1::f' fm, ' V- 351 - , L .-.,--ni. MZ' ,Aw . 135.1 yr? I g- V P in . V' df A x 'L Q 1 L19 V 1 fy W, P .3 585 ' V -151+ 'if - "ii ,A . .3 : :Z -FU ,-visa-E53 X N255-If?91?" iff Q , ' ,QAQJ f j 'Mil' ,ca 'A Y r .l i 'E . H-. , .sf .. '- I X . 41224 .wrqqhg - , f o . 51 A ' -,f,1'Q1. f . yu, N Yi q. fifffin' jf: iii? , 7 hm L X. 7' Q N:,,Qa .1- 'i' 4706 a R . yy- X ,Vim 'il -.-I 1 .139 .- 1, 5151574 . 1 ":'r?nZ. -AL ,- , ., .,,,,,,N- , , ,S ,, .:55y,'L1.", f' 1 QS- 2- M . 4-A -4- :- :,:-' :IJ 55:1 .ND r Q 1 9 1 u ' 3 LEW, N11 f"'1r q J -r 1 I K if if , v 1 'k as 'U' . tit J' 'X 'A' if 1 nf A ff 'k .ki , + U f .. . 'su I iii-'J if Hwy 3 ' , , L' 'V ' . N, ' 'l f x f 1 . .1 if S-Q' 1 z + 'Q - R' . is Q Y- 5 , lj if XFN' , Q 'mr . 1 A, 'LQ . A l A T e Militar Ball Two Queens Receive Crowns AF Sweetheart Kathy Baron dances with Cadet Col. Zink. A AFROTCmembers relax with the' d t d ' ' ' ' tr a es urtng mtermtsszon. Lovely Kathleen Baron was crown- ed "Sweetheart" of Air Force Cadets-a fine choice. 197 1 4 1 ". x 2 .,,-- ...Y- :,, F I .9 g"',.'- ' ' Q ,Q 3, T .tf J f J Q f- 1 Q.. , W 'ff M , 1, 5 ' Q-5 is if . '7 ?M. . ' '- .. Ai- ' 5'-. f 1 ' f N . 1, R 0 'A 47' Q a "K 55, ' E i if A L 5 : ' if - . ff A A ' -15? ' ' " f Q .. V' f 9 - , ,QM 3 An .Vw V ,, :ik """" s ,,.,.,.,,..A:L,..,5 VV..-..,.,4-..,-J .- , .fb V ..I iv-:A bu ,:p,4,,,,, N...-. , 1 -Al, . .,,,,...-,...,- V.- 'W Sm. 'fha' ,ii xx S r. ,L r .,x"',. k 1 , my g ' I , L 1 as 1 AN .pw Us Henry Morgan, U-D Players record Titus Andronicus. nn! K" gf' Vis r av' i -1 -. 5 QE., s 1-.gl 51 -5 ,- M., 44: . xi M - .NW . 2 N: , v ' ' y'-" I ' is sv ,, f .. Fifa' his V ' R fir ' I H- D .. . 31- : A' ' i ,,,. If a: -, ,Y - .1 . .. g if 'wt Zfaiihih-ak .rg ff Hush! A Silent Concert The audience came in silence, listened in silence, but stood to roar their approval. The first annual Silent Record Concert and Recording Session sponsored by the U-D Hush Silent Record Label crept silently into the Cass Theatre in Downtown Detroit, Sunday, Jan. 10. More than a thousand hushed customers who had paid up to S5 to hear Henry Morgan and associates in extended conversations and skits remained through the two-hour session, munching marshmallows, stuffing cotton into their ears as supplied by vendors, and paging listlessly through an eight page souvenir program of blank pages. The complete edition was sold out within 15 minutes. Some of Detroit's best entertainment talent took part in the concert: Henry Morgan, Soupy Sales, Faye Elizabeth, Paul Winter, Russel McLauchlin, and Maestro Rube Weiss. And some of U-D's best talent took part, too. Among the local talent were members of the Players and the Band. 199 , I 200 n Pee Wee Hunt Plays At 46th ,I-Prom John Slenger parts with 83.50 for J-Prom ticket. Dancers swing in the Grand Ballroom ofthe H ntel Statler In the music al' Pee Wee Hunt, Ana' now for a very important announcement, the "Seniors ofthe Year." 4 -1-1" ,fe ,1- x , pf A smiling couple enjoys the music of Pee Wee Hunt. 'fi L - ki? 6. Pictures to be cherished with memories ofthe evening. 201 5 X En mule I0 Bzqffkzlo, ,Inns clml, play C'CU'IlfS'. "Here come the Titans! They had real spirit. 202 U-D fans follow the Titans to Buffalo X U-D and Canisius fans await the beginning ofthe game. .J 1 I , , ,,, . . vi, Q x flxl-.354 I ,' ' 4 Agni Lg.w'::'Y 4 tg- 'flv 1' A hy! gig -... . J ..1: - ?' P '-MJ , -'. ..,:x.vL, ,H 3 1+ I " X1 1 N9 I ': N 1 'f?x. X V yx '.. w , ', ' , ' 1. 1.-, wi, - - 1.5 f, bA 5' 2 ls' ix Wg? I Qsinx -l i'5'SfR.-:ww xv 'I 9 J is if Shamroeks Shattered- Pigs' Knuckles Tonight I Krauts take third St. Pat's Day tug-go-war . . . But undermanned lizards fight valiantly The hopefizl Irish h d h a' Those Krauzx look pretty Confident. to BRACH P in Li' 'ni H 'L , ' g- l1:'g Q Q. fn ' Y 1- " 5 .- ' 3? f is-' A 'J f f' A fi- -99' i -If l d N 1 yj. Q J ,xg :QQ iru 1 x if ' iff? "FU: b l fi 14: .. . cg:-U ' ' fi.. Engineers Present 28th Slide Rule Dinner 206 The Engineering Society of Detroit held this Q- '-4 cggn 0-will UQ 1295 ONON :n,T,"'2oC 0CDr-vf- 'afar O J' EWU: woeg '.3"CD-i ---:QW Q-0:5-"' .Bl-UQ 3.95 CDV! ara?- -100' .-.OU 5-3... r'o'U'J 9,33 ro::t9g SKF' 355 si? E02 G Q5 ee is QQ X: C -9 Ei gg? 1: gb -E N5 D: QI-4 F 'Ps 'Q :- fm D 'il E S2 M. Q, z NE KN D V I 1 . rg.. LEA RU I' P DE I SL "Lots of preparation makes the Dinner a real success. Gadgets, Gimmieks Announce Carnival Time Committee members Barb Schumacher, Mike Niebauer, Chuck Packard display a few prizes for publicity. Dick Unti, publicity director, was quite busy befbre Carny. A return to the Union of pre-Carnival days pushed ticket sales. 207 It's Carnival Time I Royalty chosen to reign 208 K , O ' ,X 1 .. A Xi n K I Tim 0'Connor models for the fashion Rose McPherson was a finalist for queen. J . N-"' ,-.sk ...mmf -H ,,, Kay Schlojf tells John Reno he has been chosen King. Pat Oliver hails Queen Rosemary. Shave-off Reveals Old Faces It took months to grow, short minutes to go. fa Denms 0 Conners beard was most unzque Rosemary Gremer determznes who has the quickest vlzckest shave of all A N New Adjustable ROLL A MATI C ELECTRIC SHAVER Entrants In the shave of contest race against time to remove fuzz a Izttle heavzer than that ofa peach 209 K H v 1 v " ' . H."'Q1Y'w ' , 1 I 'V 1 -i 4 ' 'V Y - :ff 4 -1' 7 ' 4 7, F QE: sieror-el I ' ' t REMINGTON e 1, .t ' ' J 1 " if A '-5 1 FM Y kefif- ' , 55+ V A ' ' 210 "I 5' ' l ' Q 1,1-52' Q f,.,I15Iff5F.3, ,511 ' ,.,Qipf'.Qlf'f-...L.ii2'.I 11 took a pretty good aim lo win a parakeel. Gamma Sigma Sigma's pie-toss booth drew the crowd. e lVIidWay's Ballons, Pies, Birdies Step Right Up Folks Carnival time means busy days for campus folk who spend long hours each spring turning the State Fair Coliseum into a bustling midway. Doctoring bruised, hammer-smashed fingers, and applying turpentine to paint smears, students are ready for two fun-filled nights. A S500,000 Student Union Build- ing stands as a result of a student pledge -and years of hard work. e Place ust Hit That Target! verybody's Doing It . bl V l-vu 'rg-ll Q 5 Amateur navzators try their hana' at piloting a steamboat. h L i I .Q -. L' ii 1' ' I : X "', V I 1 -Y 'K .. -f ti, XR V, XXX k' V. X W - 1 in ,H - V . R Lg v If determination counts any, he was sure to hit the target. 211 212 John Bowker suggests that "Some Like It Wet" as 'ii' r F . fi we x , , ' ,13- , ld i , is U .-if 1- , I .xr , .4 A .,-1 n 2 ,- .,Y. ' 10" .5 , . ' "' we 5 4 , r -, Ai. hu.-1 1 V ,sf - HE ", . " , 1 v s t t 1 t Stated in Phi Sigma Kf1PPf1,5 Campus C0m9d,V- Games ofskill lured many to the Carny booths. Muscles ached after a bout with the hammer Even the co-eds tried their luck. I :,. 5 " 1 ,V :PJ Q l 4 . ' L T T ' - . f ' , , .G ' 3 ' 2 , , 2 If f ' 2 1. 5 A .ij1"Y '- ! 2 2 2 5 , 'mm V ..-1,4 9 . Y 9 9 E Q ' 9 21 D - A I n 0 1 2 , 11 ' , l-.nliffhlo !cns"" .-.0 wvtiiill .5'2!"' nut 0 o n , . I g g J 1 'L x,.r,,,v ' vt. ,N 1 . . n " I fs A51 b D ' eff. , if . ' '+. J f .u"'h .va ul '. Inf 'F gif, r sq , ,O ' gf L v al N.,,lfQg,Q -J - K L ., F, J, , D 4 Riverboat Rhapsod Music by Lester Lanin 214 Between numbers, a campus beau takes a long look I could have danced all night" - It was a real ball. Ro alt Fete Reno, Griener Accept U-D Carnival Crowns Paul Messane, the court jester, leads the king ana' queen to their Coronation. King and Queen-John Reno and Rosemary Greiner. Queen Rosemary and Fr. Steiner converse. 215 S , 0 TWD 'kv U F ,,, Wu -11m.fmv?F0M"f5" R- L A A NW H,,,W. . N .. A UM, , . ,V ' ' V H+, 216 Qw- Zu ax' hi? rp- Q 2 in nv- ' Q, km -an-. ,n. .U , . .,?V:- T -, ,,'-,N ,.,' "' , V "1 I iii 'I-' ' . .il- ' 'TM ' ","f1 A W? . ff ' ' " ,, HQ - W ,g , , K nf. A E 4 ,. 43- ' ., 1 ja 7' -' F V , gl ' 'Q , F sl ' '- , W 3 X-fa. - 431 ' , "i.,.Yf.g. 114 ,. Q w- . ,I . ll " ' A rl 1 ' Q' ,, 'tl' at ,, , Q" x ni ,f ,fy QL! I ' if 1' X' , E X 3 " if "" ' 1 4' X 'ij , - A J ,f 'f Q! JS I, I V 34- - -, .K U .F A 1. J- 2 X 1 1' 1 " I , V if wff.J 11' " , J Q ' 3' J A 5, "'3,5'+ ' J YN If 1 f ggi ' . v A x A --yb - V . W Lf: 4 V, 'i ' xx 3-figg H Q 'A' Q V. " ,':'i " " I U ' ' f' 1 1'-If-' , L gy? . 4 - 4 -' 'gffr'f'f , 'MJ I :ai .- ' ' , . , . at V W 1- S 'I V Q . ' - 4: A , Q V .. - . s I r ...ff 4 5 F ' U ma ug ju gui ., wif' , X I ' 1 1 W ' ,A-A ,IG 1 , 4 A .,-A 5,11-.X Q z 5, li' I r -1.- - ,, i m I 6.-si' 1 J -f' L-, 'V -1. --nz 1 , .A - . 4- 1? 1 Hmixx' D I .-xx xn .f , 4 1 I i I 's 17" 'FH' JV' Q x , , - 4 Y X .Exp-gf - - - w ,, V . 1 ,. . , x -.A u Q' '15,-.A . 4 I -, X 1 ' V X Q' '1 n N .' X ' - X f ' yi 5' M ,, ., X if-, fl . "' -sg N 51 ul '. ' ,f '- .ff X x 1- . , nw . ' .X ' , 'C' - f":,-'- '- Vx ', - X -. . . X- - ' . W - . X C51 fd: M V ST ' - r V x1 ' ' u A . A " 44-:,':-A Q 1 I ' ' "T . L' x, -X X A,Q1radyxAlderma n, u ol Twin sp: 1 .. ,-' V M ' f J 5 ' N' - - . x-rpg k 'I-X ' ' fu" K 3 '- ' 'vw 4 - 1 X , . , -Y X The l959 season saw three new faces on the football coaching staff. Jim Miller took over as head coach and did a very good job during the season. The assistants of Coach Miller were defensive backfield coach Robert Hicks, offensive line coach Jack Simmons, offensive backfield coach John Idzek, and returning freshman coach Jim Leary. Coach Leary was the only member of the old coaching staff to be kept on. This year's staff proved to be one of the best in the Midwest. Backjiela' coach John ldzek. Head Coach Jim Miller, director of 1959 Titans. new 19 9 ACI-IING STAFF Backjield coach Robert Hicks. Line Coach Jack Simmons. Freshman Coach Jim Leary sim" 219 The 19 9 Titan Football Squad A season ofchanges, injuries, and surprizes. The changes came with the new coaches, a new train- ing table, and a new offense. Injuries plagued the Titans this year just as in the past, only they were more serious and numerous. At one point in the season seven of the eleven first string ballplayers were on the injured list. The season started out with a win over George Washington and followed with a loss to the University of Kentucky rated among the top five in the Southeastern Conference. Titan lettermen of '59 Fred Abele Grady Alderman Tony Asher Art Brauer Jim Cain Tom Chapman Paul Christ Ray Davis John Dingens Emerson Dromgold Terry Faylor Ernie Fritsch Dennis Flynn Tony Hanley Frank J ackunas Jerry Leszczynski Bill Listman Dave Loner Bob Lusky Bruce Maher Joe Pascuzzi John Pendell-Mgr. John Peretti Bob Pillow Jim Post Tom Simmons-trainer Tony Sterlitz Steve Stonebreaker Joe Trapp Art Trombley John Jereck Ted Karpowicz Dick Kennedy Larry Vargo Dennis Woods ROW 1: Coach Miller. E. Dromgold, D. Kennedy, E. Fritsch, A. Brauer, T Chapman, J. Dingens, R. Davis, G. Alderman, J. Pascuzzi, B. Maher, T. Sterlitz, ROW 2: Coach Simmons, F. Abele, B. Listman, T. Faylor, J. Cain, B. Allen, M. Flynn, J. 0'Brien, B. Kane, J. Ureel, R. Pillow, R. Turley, T. Simmons- Manager: ROW 3: Coach Hicks, E. Abramoski-Trainer, J. Post, G. Banks, K. Sprajka, L. Hockensmith, J. Cadaret, F. Cadek, J. Vigneau, R. Crane, L, Vargo, S. Stonebreaker, J. Pendell- Manager: ROW 4: Coach Leary, J. Rivard, D. Woods, TI Moulton, P. Christ, C. Cartwright, J. Doherty, F. Jackunas, D. Donagrande, J. Peretlo, D. Kolke, J. Shorter, ROW 5: Coach Idzik, T. Karpowiez, T. Asher, D. Loner, T. BonUair, J. Kerwin, B. Rowan, J. Trapp, R. Lusky, T Hanley, B. Nortong ROW 6: D. Volpe, J. Jereck, T. Shanahan, J. Leszczynski, A. Trombley, D. Flynn ' - . .2 . . . . .. j . . . . .. . . ... .1:....i..b'f:r-... ,-' -41., .-'.- : "f ' - . V 1-' V . - Q - f--A p. . .V - - - - 1: - A-e.:,,--Life l-- .V-4. 1-: N ' N . v. . 5- .fill ' 'l life: 1, . -. fam-,f : --,- .l 1: ,. f- - r'.'r r-. " ,.:-v'.fl.-..h-,l- .f .- n . X l-, - .- ,. 1 :Z f " . UB!1'g:.' fev- . .Y 1- E . . 1 - V - . -,Z-V 1- k f. L .-3-rl-lg, -, 2.54,-.H , v .4 'iermv ai.-w.-we 'ly-1,-g. 1 , ,fav - ..5-51,23 'pgffggj jg. - . I .l?'?1?E'vlf'l.l'ti..Ql,-ln lv!-l z Qwfatill iiE1gww-.1a.-:l." lam? Miz" e"l'il:.qu3fnLw an it F -- Y aaa M A .. ., A i have .. ises-?:,a-f -.aaa , .., - 220 fs" 9 E rw if 4' U S.. . 'ini-vievf - .a '5!4"1f 'ik .M n .fn . . . fu 1 QL 5' Z' ' A X ,fy , 'gf , - 5,37 l -595' ' mg. ii, 2. Q" 'I' ' X ' wt U Jae 2 I . 2 , .e ,A hi ' 1 LJ I U A 1 .. A . 4 N , 1 . 4 . . :X .f 1. Tough Titan line stops Villanova three straight times on the one yard line. The l959 football season was one that fulfilled many expectations and failed in other departments. The season began with a very impressive win over George Washing- ton, 38-6, which' was soon followed by a victory over a highly rated Marquette squad. The team had taken their first step under their new coach and it was a definite surefooted step. Fans were then beginning to envision an undefeated season. These dreams were dissolved when the Kentucky Wilcats invaded Titan Stadium. Kentucky showed U-D just what a classic Southeastern conference team looked like, Kentucky can be rated in a class all its own. Though the score 32-6 was a little lopsided, the Titans of Detroit put up a struggle that deserved to win. The next team in line was Tulane, a team that should have felt the power of the Titans. Instead U-D suffered a 25-0 defeat at the hands of Tulane's Green Wave. Jim Post lunges to stop a Boston College back if U w ' ,.... , -fr W .V 1 ,. 1-1 1. ' 4 '55 P xx X. -if ' 'sg 'Gs-N., Q' 'JXP 4 ',g,g,a 'I A ESX XM' 4' 4 if T ,J K Q.,-Qi Y , E3 , 1 '- ' 3 EP I 1 'BL -'lf a 2 my 5" ,Pi ,y If 9 V? U, ' ' gg-fax ti K W 5.1355 D 2 M5 , -Q, N... -F-Lg. L. X - V Nz.- X J. .-qi .b . Ax l r. kj V ' ,, '1. I- an . Saas .gg -Q rf' ' 41. ,P ' 'P S. 7' ft'- John Pendell, senior manager, with his bucket of junk. The season as a whole was a success, but all eyes are now looking to the future. Michigan State is on next year's schedule and that spells trouble. The Titans are gearing themselves to meet next season with a team that will be the best the school has ever seen. The Titans have the spirit, the leadership, the endurance-all it takes to make up a championship team. UD 38 George Washington 6 UD I4 Marquette l4 UD 7 Kentucky 32 UD 0 Tulane 25 UD 38 Xavier I4 UD 6 Tulsa 21 U D 9 Boston College 2l U D 33 Dayton I4 UD I4 Western Michigan 0 UD 40 Villanova 6 This Titan line proved to be too much for the Villanova back that was trying to score. Titans won, 40-6. 226 Promisin Freshman Squad The l959 Freshman Football Team, upon which the future depth of the varsity will rest, re- ceived more publicity than all its predecessors. With able assistants Larry O'Dell and Joe Ivkovich both of whom were members of the 1958 Titan Squad, .lim Leary began to intro- duce 45 young men into U-D's football system. Sparked by a talented backfield along with a hard fighting and rushing line the Freshmen sought revenge at the hands of Bowling Green why it was going to earn the title of the best Freshman Team that the McNichols campus has ever seen. After defeating BG and claiming a victory by forfeit over Eastern Michigan, Leary took his team on the road to seek two more wins. When the season was over the team wound up with an impressive 4-O record. The other two victories came over Western and Central Michigan. The most impressive point of this. frosh team was for the defeat which BG inflicted on the 1958 Freshman team. After a few moments of unrest in the first minutes of play, the team showed its defense, which earned the title of "Leary's Outlaws." Row l: Larry 0'De1l fassistant coachl, P. Stackpoole, J. Gross, T. Arrowsmith, D. LaRou, G. Thomassy, J. Kavanaugh, T. Blindauer, A. Houle, J. Quinn, B. Breener, Jim Leary fFreshman coachjg Row 2: Joe Ivkovich Kassistant coachj, B. Whitford, B. Laundra, M. Dardas, M. Cannon, R. Knuth, J. Boike, J. Quigley, R. Read, J. Cierpilowski, A. Thrash, Row 3: 71 Cicarelli, K. Ponder, D. Korowin, F. Heckler, J. Cunningham, J. Corona, 71 Stemnock. G. Ward, T. DeLuca, J. Olshovej Row 4: J. Devereaux, G. Walkosky, P. DelR0ssi, J. Reda, E. Spehar, M. Hughes, L. Pikus, J. Lower, K. Morsch, J. Foxg Row 5: Tom Simmons ftrainerj, Jack Gibson fmanagerl, L. Pace, T. Bolz, D. Shaw, T. Lindauer, John Metzger fmanagerl. 22 ,wfskf , Q Y - .-A ,irfgqg :-.1-.fy ' IES? 1 V' 3- ." ' ".'2Eei.'.v..- do-2:-ef l- t .ug "lil .Uv , ,I , 452 F. 'F 'w V if 'E ,- t '.1,,,. .r,, , . Y, .. H . f i . :: " ' , f if - it QF' g. , A F -J r . Wear! Dominic Volpe, Equipment Manager ana' Friend of A thletes. Catherine Fitzgerald, Mainstay of Secretarial Staff 228 ' "WY . ffice Staff Center of Athletic Department Activity Have you ever sat down and thought about all the people who are needed to make an or- ganization run efficiently? These people are the backbone of every office. In the Memorial Building can be found a group that never seems to receive any credit. Frank Metzer, for example, works day in and day out for the ath- letic department trying to keep the ticket flow organized. Along with Frank are two secre- taries who do the work of twenty-two. Dorothy Mason and Cathrine Fitzgerald are responsible for all the secretarial work. One of the other big jobs is held by Lloyd Brazil. Mr. Brazil is the man behind the Memorial Building. lf you need anything he is the man to see. Work- ing along with Mr. Brazil is a woman who de- serves a word of thanks. Mrs. Dotty Jessup coordinates and helps Mr. Brazil with unending determination and faithfulness. Dorth y Mason, Keystone ofthe Athletic Office. l A J I., ....,..,M.. . 3: , ff Jlli. , s 'rf .f ' in 3, .. wfyvv 1 ! . it i . su: 0 .Qi A 53 5 . 151 W - . .-, fu A V ff' . 'el-f:2." ' 2" .A - 5.'?'gm 1' 1 4 N W . 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'ft-1 2.1552 i:i:'31i-',iiZ5f2t-Q:f .15-:G-4 . i i - -. -. -FTZFQ' 1,-f-2555.1 551-'i f:-1-1' ETTVF 2. ff -k1fvr.r"--v-.f:' V 1 -- ' 4, J .ri 1 5--fri?-.ffi1t.P:ll1r' -:7'2?":Z3Q cf' ,'f-1-:.ressiR'f'33L' 3, ' H 'P' 31 "' 'QJEQ-q. '-1zfq.q ' '1- f '-1 5 I 'Av' 13:5 ' -Et. V. 95 .1.5 7. A 4:11, fy 5-Q , .1 , .f 1:.-- L: . -Q,-1.:1wpgqf..s..u-T41L11 4. ' :.: '- .'.. .,4-A, ' f 1:15. ,.i 'Tq55:::A.1,.5 3, R Tl.-. 115-.1 -f - .H-.4 Q .JL H1 V -.511-J WQE QE . 1. . TTTANS The year l96O proved to be a year of fulfill- ment for Bob Calihan's fighting Titans. The season's record is an impressive 20-6 which tied the all-time record set by the '49-50 squad. Coach Calihan had great expectations for his team at the outset of the season and they were justified. Two promising sophomores, Dave Debusschere and Charlie North, were to be the core of this championship team. The team's key to success was cooperation and team spirit. When the season opened against Assumption the Titans looked like they were all All-Ameri- cans. The score was 106 to 50. What a way to start the season! Things really began to move and thus the Titans began their march to national recognition. X ,. .- 'i f " ,f""g Bob Calihan, outstanding coach, man of many moods Front Row: L. Hughes, N. Kelly, T. Stwnh, T. Villemure, Bowen, B. Wright, J. Parker, D. Dylus, P. Cnrbezr, D R. Albee, F. Chickowski. R. Schoenherr. Back Row: B. DeBusschere, C. North, G. Heger. Coach Bob Calihan af, Y ,-. i in 5... i 6 2' ., '15 J 1-4555 u f fl V I .1 .g. S , Y f:'9'. V Qi kr qi,-, If ., 5Y , I i otor Cit Tournament Purdue and Xavier furnished much of the excitement for Titan fans when the Titans made short work of them in the Memorial Building. Indiana, finishing second in the big ten race, overcame the Titans for their first setback by four points. The next live wins were begun at the expense of Boston College. De Busschere paced the Titans attack against Buffalo State with 33 points. Next in line came the Motor City Tournament and with it came a new look for the Titans. Winning the first game of the tournament by beating New Mexico l00-64, the Titans went on to win the tournament by defeating Western Michigan 92-72. The Titans rolled over Creighton but dropped the decision at Notre Dame. Larry Hughes,a zrue example of hustle and spirit. itans Victorious Co-Captain Ray Albee adds two of the 100 pts. scored againsl New Mexico. 237 'QQ-df. t -. A' 4 -.U if 5- ffm' 'J - 11 ,I , Y , 5 F"'bw :.,-. ,,:' , , l . Z 1 'W Z Z! i 'QESY9 . . 'T ' 1- T.'g 1x34 - ' , '- ii' Xxx, , - 1 I,-M. 4 ' I 45. I P . E -ai. , ff - ' -, x, fag f JR fx Im x , ,. 3 X. K 1 I 1 wx Z5 X 5 ff f 1 TC, ,V4. ig r X .MX f I ! mjf QW, 34 ' . if' X 3 A 'fx . x V ,gag w . WPT ff., Yi. ,L - I Qi" 240 it Ia! Center John Parker is caught in mia'-air: George Heger out-jumps a Notre Dame ball player. Season Record Assumption Brandeis Iona Purdue Xavier Indiana Boston College Buffalo State New Mexico Western Mich. Creighton Notre Dame Marquette Western Ontario Notre Dame Central Michigan Marquette Toledo Assumption Xavier Baldwin-Wallace West. Ontario Canisius Seton Hall Dayton Bowling Green Villanova fN.l.T.J Titans Receive . I. T. Bid Central Michigan was the next opponent. This was another '59-'60 adversary who was over matched by U-D. They lost 82-62. Marquette put up one big battle. They were tied with, a few points ahead of, or a few points behind U of D until the final minute of play, when U of D tinally shot ahead by seven points. After loosing 69-61 to Toledo, the Titans went over to Canada and bounced Assumption again. Following this, the team journeyed to Xavier only to be bounced themselves, 73-7l. Baldwin-Wallace and Western Ontario managed to finish their games with U of D, but that's about all. The next jousting was with Canisius and the Titans had troubles of their own. Concluding the regular season, the roundballers split with two scrappy Ohio teams. Dayton won by six, and U-D downed Bowling Green by three. Then came the N.l.T. and a loss to Villanova in the first round 88-86. Frank C hickowski is most improved player. Larry Hughes, captain elect, drives in for a bucket. 241 9 Freshman The '59-'60 edition of the Titan freshmen started the season off with a bang by winning their first 8 games. Under the watchful eye of Coach McNamara the season was one of the most successful. The big guns on this year's team have been Ray Kovalesky, Harrison Munson, and Tom Pine. All three have a fatal jump shot and they all possess the most impor- tant thing, love ofthe game. Coach McNamara looks up to check the score and time. Standing Coach Brendan McNamara, Ray Kovalesky, Mike Sullivan, Bruce Genlile, George McDaniel, Tom Pine Bob Bowwr Mgr. Sitting, Don Wisner, Harrison Munson, Jim Flynn, Pat Conway. l ,fx X QT R0f,il W2 f-'lit S stiff, Stgl Rllgt qialllllfj 4235 e. Xe, y QQXR0 ills list? RU? s 45 Ufff-s r ta 3 T 5 are hw-!'7'f-wf.,.s-,f,,,,p. Vt 'N-W - K 3 Q 1 Qi-Th0i,"n t l? FENC NG 1960 Fencing? lt is not u popular sport at U-D. Certainly not a great spectator sport. ln fuct it is rather esoteric, at sport for the few. How- ever. to the few, men like Jimmy Lynch and Jerry Fitzgerald, it is a sport presenting challenge, requiring reul stamina. skilhfinesseg when perfectly executed, they find it a thing of beauty. This year's lencers, under the coaching of Richard Perry. turned in u splendid performance in inter-collegiate competition. l,?'5ii? X N'-""' Mike Bruce and Captain Mike Keenan discuss the team 's season. Top row-Jimmy Lynch, Jerry Fitzgerald, John Fitzgerald, Mike Bruce, .loe Steyart, Jerry Reynolds, Steve Koslicke, Dennis Mc Dermotl. Bottom row-Freshmen coach-Pal McDonald, Al Aleospp Mike Keenan, Ed Nowatka, Varsity Coach Richard Perry. Dick Perr coaches fencers to winning season Dick Perry, slalwarl leader qflhe Titan fencerx Coach Dick Perry looks on while Jim -inning 1, - . u vg- .Y ff! ,- .V 3. ,,,, -,z-an :fa-? f, ,sr Jalan , -,rg -.E1:1,.i, , , -fi' fra -'L w., ..- 4:13. Yi' -, M V+, E 'A , If' If , GE, 'Q P K 1 KA - S ,fl ff' i 'Fu -S. 1 1WL"?3?'?: 'TP- -r si 7' .A JJ -I Liv pfg".vLD7'T 'R-3 ' I? X AXQ7, .4 1 2 ff X1 f TX f gf X I fy A-.X ' ' "N1 X, ' 3 xf 1' ' 17 '-"X f i-i'PE'I' ' 'fa -D Salts Tam E if , "1 The boals at dock form a scene of reflective beauty. .,I4f, , , ...J ,, -,HQ N : v. -jug r 1: sl 246 Sailing isn't an easy job, il requires a strong back and a Red and while sails in the sunset. sense of balance. he Detroit River The University's Knee-Deep Navy Has a Hundred Sailors More than l00 members comprise this year's Sailing Club, one ofthe largest in the country. The club has grown immensely from the I0 sail- ing enthusiasts who founded the club to the present 100 plus members. The purpose ofthe club is to teach all inter- ested students the art of sailing. Commodore Pat Drummond heads the cast. Don Baker is the club's Vice-Commodore and .lack Miles is the Treasurer. .lim Brown was appointed Fleet Captain. Coeds also hold official positions. Cynthia Valentine has been the recording secre- tary for the Sailors and Lyndia Yott has carried on as corresponding secretary. The sailing coach is Bill O'Reilly, a former racing team captain. ln order to finance their expenditures for racing dinghies and equipment, they raise their own money. Sailboats are plenty costly these days. The Sailors are an ambitious, hardworking, self-sufficient organization who depend only on themselves for continued existence. Another season comes to an end, and the boats must be put inside. 247 19 9 Trac 4 Team y ,-V: -it -:rf-' Lzrf V. 1 Spirit - strength - endurance are foundation of team Track is one of the most improved and upcoming spring sports at U-D. Coach Vern Fahrenkrug has spent untiring hours of work in forming a team of championship caliber. Co-Captains Dick Anderson and Paul Maloney led the 1959 squad to a season that saw U-D lose only one track meet at home. Track at U-D is a sport that begins practice in September and finishes the season in June. Over the last few years Coach Fahrenkrug has been building a team that is gaining prominence in the Midwest. George Heger leapsfor the sky. Co-captain Dick Anderson holds his own and goes on lo win i ,X . '34 1 N' :Lili , Q?-.fi ' V 248 . , , 1. F, V, .3 v f V 'Q , 1 I ,W 1 .1 9 80 83 83 67-3 X4 33 51 46 48 63-1 X4 96 Jzm Shorter beat George.Heger by 5 yards in the 220 yard dash Dick Anderson, co-captain sent the javelin over on a course that mented hzm first place zn the dzvzszon ng' , O-Q-L... ,iq ,- ' 'rx '. lynx Q 14. L-. ' - . ,H . .., J 1 S..J:'.'lu' " ' fur' N . , - 4 -- -4 ,- llfl .un .-,. Q l , 3'-233 -.. . 1 ,- F1 Spirit, strength and endurance were the call words of the 1959 squad. Men like Jim.Shorter, Larry Vargo, Dick Ander- son,i'Paul Maloney, Danny Watkins, George Heger, Frank Prokap and others were examples of these qualities. Each of these men was endowed with a quiet sense of strength. As far as spirit goes, there is no doubt that this team was one of the best in the history of the school. Endurance is a word that had no limit as far as the Titans were concerned. Practice day after day, week after week, was attended faithfully by all members of the team. Especially noticeable was the will and spirit to better themselves found in all these men. Next year will be a year of fulfillment for the Titan track team. D Watkins anchorman on mile relay team. , am. . ' E - ,V r- ,i ' - fy ly - . ,rs Ink . ,- AAJE, W i -i l Danny Watkins leaps high in the air to land 24 feet from mark. 251 'isa 'si Roney Klemens, brilliant 1959 co-captain. H six " l Tr' .. - , -. 1.-... 1 :sean . bi 7, -n. J 3212" ff l' , 1? ' 4" .ua 1 Baseball 1959 First year in NCAA playoffs A year of success for the Titans. Sparked by the pitching of Gary Mettie and the hitting of Bill Dando and Roney Klemens, co-captains, last year's team gained themselves a berth in the NCAA playoffs. Playing the best baseball U-D has seen in many years the team compiled a 14-4 record. Though the Titans had weak spots, they still proved themselves by being stronger at their other positions. One of the outstanding players was Mettie, sophomore pitcher, who showed remarkable promise. Both Klemens and Dando, playing their last as Titans, produced a season that will not be forgotten. Row l: K. Yaszic, R. Klemens, B. Dando, B. Blackburn, D. Wemhoj A. Spagnuolag Row 2: L, Brazil, G. Buchel T. Condron, C. Tzjfany, P. Cavanaughg Row 3: J. Jacobs, B. Wright, D. Daguanno, A. Trombly, Paul Kingg Row 4 G. Mettie, J. Debevec, E. Drabczyk. 252 Season Record Albion I Albion 5 Mlchngan 3 Ol1vet 0 Hlllsdale 0 Mxchxgan State Ohvet 2 Eastern MlChlgan Ferns 3 Hlllsdale Toledo 4 Ferns 5 Alma 3 Mlchxgan Toledo 3 Mlchlgan State Wayne 4 U D B111 Dando outjelder semor oulvtandmg 1959 C0 caplaln Arl Trombley No 16 IS caught In acllon calchzng against Mzchzgan Stale 253 ' 1 11 ' ' .lil U.D. 4 ' A 1 U.D. 4 ' 5 U.D. 9 ' ' ' g U.D. 1 ' U.D. 1 ' ,sf U.D. 8 Alma 5 ' U.D. 7 ' ' 5 UD. 8 ' U.D. I0 ' ' 5 gl' U.D. I2 ' ' 5 U.D. 9 ' 5 5 ,1,. UD. 8 U.D. 16 ' 1'1t 'ff U.D. 2 ' U.D. I0 ' ' 24 U.D. 17 . U.D. 0 ' ' f 1 S . .6 ' , ' , ' , . ' - A X .al r "w fi! 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Team members Bah Maloney ana' .lim Stapleton get in a bit ofpraclice. n the Court Under the efficient coaching ofDick Taddonio, now entering his second year at U-D, the tennis picture has taken one giant step forward. One instance showing this progress is the fact that there are now twice as many candidates for the team than before he arrived, and this means really proficient. prospective players. Though last year Taddonio could only hope for a couple of wins in his fourteen match schedule, this year he can reasonably look for a .500 percentage even though the squad is com- posed of only one senior and the remainder of juniors and sophomores. The i959-60 team consisted of-Row I: Bob Maloney, Dick Gallucci, Coach Dick Taddonio, Charles Pischid and Ea' Goebel: Row 2: .lim Stapleton, Bill Hershey, Gary Faucette, Fred Rizzo ana' Bill Kiesznowski. e 1 u 17 menus '6 D mums U D YEKN! '-.35 3? r 1' ,K le' 4: gi 1un05 'WV if 4 fig fl' ' 1"?f351ffH59' " ' 4 .A -5 4.,u 2, E, ie, , Syl? , 1, . .Xxx K ZCA u l , fp l . ef' 1., .1- 1.- . if 1 ""n xrlif' ...eslfid , I V .Nj .,.,. Y -Jf.y "Score One !" Says Bill Hershey. Ea' Goebel slams' an overhand shot. 193' lk,- Wwsa . 1. 4 Xf. 9-4 Big Bob Maloney showx his reelznique. 257 Mi" - "' " '.' XY A ia-ff" " . V ask I : ,P X X ,X 31 W 'A Y Lf ' 1 pb' .4 I .V 6, f . L 1 Ji f ' ,J I 13 :U ., ' 34 5 , " '-lfif , ,I , , ' ila-1 X ., r 1 ff Lf-L f -f ' ,wax i' C , - , 1 'gf - It xyir' 1 I EP .1 f' ' 5 'V-A il . ki '- p . L' gui , ff Bit f D 1 'V , , f in 55 f X' -fl -' 4 x E . , ,ii , , 1 W ' 4 -'ENE " Q L 535 , AQ f ',,' v v X figs - ,A :AL . I xl ' J F , ' , M, tx MF L , K att. 'W' 'A Af' . , i A "Ei - 'ff T' ' .r 1 S' .',-Tiff' X- :Lf .I ' 533 A ' V - ,gl 55' 4 W '- in 3 Q 9 V qlbq ..4 f ' A ...X : ,4.. X r - Z4., Q. r LT ' jj rv L.-lv A . ,V,.. --my 1. Q. ,J 17,1 y. 'Q V TW f .. ' ir, -z up A' ., If ,xv 2341: B if f r , 1' ea., 'K 'xl , f 4 I 's.,f' ,,-,.z x Sf! ' x X-A A 1 151.. U , 1 , . "7 . " vi! -rg 1 V' flkfgj., . v . Y VJ V :I A . ,lg ,,-A'- ' V - .. , AIA.. I -,T wt: H I X . ,WJ f' lf! 1 .y .-I -' 9 "f, -'J 2. "-' ' 1, ' bi ie I 1 'lv 1- i -,u':4z,' - " J, .1 1 ADMIN ISTRATIO 259 9 v x . 5-ft-Sfiiw ff E W , as ,, 7, ,5 xl V,':aI1'. 2573" 5 ,TLA lui' , , ' ff 'Fi ' ,Sr-ff . 1 n Q ' 1 a i L WL, A 71 W1: X K , . Mn:s4 Iiliii J., .ry 1 .4 u u m by 45:5 6 ice Presidents V wo top executives handle any University problems F alher Hugh F. Smith, the University's execulive vice presi- denl in charge of academic affairs, handles scholarships, grants ana' loans and works closely with ourfbreign sludenls. -in L Vai. x In his Briggs Building office is J. R. Mulroy. vice-president in charge Qf Alumni, Athletics, Develop- and C10l'l7l77llI'Il'l.V Relalinns. 26 Miss Helen Kean, dean of women, counsels a coed. Many People Counseling is their job U-D students when troubled either scholastically or personally can always count on friendly guidance. Though theirjobs are many, the doors of Thomas Emmet, dean of men, Jim Rose, his assistant, and Helen Kean, dean of women, are always open to the entire campus. And the Rev. Joseph A. Foley, student counselor, is known for his jovial smile and his ever-ready helping hand. Whether it be a difficult decision about a career, or problem with studies or social life-whether it be seemingly insurmountable or relatively insignificant-these people are always ready tolisten and be of service and the U-D student is wise to make use of this aid. Miss Kean ana' her seerelaries, Dolores Lamb, Rose Flynn, and Dorothy Bautel. Joseph Foley, student counselor. 2 wa 'T 1' -' - v.i 1- F V I 1 I 'Elf V' 1 . 'il 3 ' lf it l ff , ' . -E ! E . E ,F h il f 1 , . 1 .j 1 Frank Capalano brings his problem to Fr ' 1-vt. Q li l i Q 262 i L " Q f l I 15,512 , I: 'v ' . P, .j,- x-j 1, .1' T -..- 4 . Qi xlx ' , A95 f f,-.'-114. . -Q ,4 ". N xqill fu!! WY Fr. David E Meier, S.J., treasurer, handles U-Djinanees. 264 Jack Logsdon lseatedj is Comptroller: Lloyd Logsdon is auditor. n . - 1 2 2 f V I. K I f ' . E . V' , . e Mgvgr A ff x , f'eTfm-efv'- ' Stephen A. Trupiano is U-D's busy business manager Purchasing agent Roy W. Reid. Jr. cheeks a delivery. u..,,1 e tix f "-N. w-sq, 'fs,g4 eQ tl 't fvfwgv' " ' ff Q! F e, laxcpll 4 Bultouskl rcglmm answers an mqmry about tnzrante requirements R6glStr3tlOH andl d Here The Unlverslty registrar Joseph A Berkowskl and hrs asslstant Joseph H Yott handle each semester the m mv problems of securing sort1n2 'md lllmg the multlple records whtch must be available for each student whtle he IS studymfz at U D The busy days of reglstratlon ln the Memorn tl Butldmsz three tlmes each year are the eulmmatlon ol much hard work to m tke thls a well organlaed smoothly run process Each semester the old problems are studied anew and lurther development mlke the students task usner 'md the oraamz ttxon more effectxve Joseph H Yott asststant regtstrar helps a student fall out has Umverslty appltcatnon 265 Q I I Q. A 1 4 u . . , . . , ' . . . . . . ., V 1 X . . c I . , . -1 . ' c 7 . ' H . 1 v Q . . . ' s. . l - l Q ' Y . ' . . Y, 1 'Z A ' .1 ' - I . 1 1 '-'S , ' . , 1 K. . Wy '- - , . . . A - - - - ' . .. f ,. . - 1 s . . - . 4. . . xr -' 1 , 4 ' . ' ' C L C G AL 1 - , I , . ,. , ' , ' . . . J ' ' , s ' . ,V T. . I A "Nu all -si ' , ,- V . I . ' 1 . , , l X t K . , - - , I . . . . . . . . . C l F111 1-1 , up , u ,A X ,' -, i , -Qi . LL' A ,,, "Little Joe" runs the ojfvet press in the The Stationery Store-Estelle and Edna handle sale oflvtationery ana' printing prim shop on many campus prim jobs' for all U-D ogices. niversity Services Help Alumni, Campus Development, and inform Detroit on U-D. Robert Bedard, alum- ni' executive secretary, keeps all alumni in con- tact with U-D. JQHN FE. -V Operation telephone-alumni volunteers calls other alumni for contributions to alumni John M. May. works on U- fund raising drive. developmenl P"0JeC'l5- 266 The Booltvlore and im new .s'eUl serie open shelves. 11 1 nw..-1 I . i., The Rei. Lionel Carron, S J Mrmer director ofthe P.s'yc'h Center and non Mu Rmenzarv S mrlt who is director qi' PS-V611 Service Center mul her CI.S'.S'fSICllII widely kl70w,7f0y his work as a voca Alice Owe v. lion counselor. Service can be a thing taken for granted. lt's there. lt wouldn't be missed unless suddenly taken away. Then the loss would be tremendous. Things of this nature at the U-D are the Psych Center, where a student may go to take a battery of tests to help him determine his vocationg the stationery store that always has envelopes and paper for office work: Public Information Office which keeps U-D in the pub- lic eyeg the Print Shop which provides pro- grams for all occasionsg the Alumni Office that keeps graduates in touch with the Univer- sityg and the Development Office which raises funds for new U-D projects and buildings. Bill Rube, the direemr of PIO, gem' U-Djrequenlly into Life. Ctlllffllllllflhl' ln Delroil papers. 4 L' Cgti EC-f C -. img, , in -IM. 'VERFL Q 'E -' ,fmf W-QW.. F'- 34 5 Hwls g- 41- f ,gay J YQ! 2 'figs 'ln 'av , W. 1 ! 1 " +L- . if IPL A -- U . - 'Q gift. M SENIORS y H55 3 , A E. 269 'EQ A-4 S 1' in '42 ' 5 t 'A-r as 445' x B, J , ,V S ffiipx Q . In - .-. fl' an 'v e- a.u.,4,, A Q M 6.1221 af.. - Y. .L 'J :I 'Tif f f I" .- fa , lr Q-" 'Q'-L 354 9 'X X' ' 2,2 , . f 'M 1- w 4 .wi-V, :.Iv"-'V v I , '.w:,.N'-A Mfaqxjlakr-"ww-'H' .21 , -, - '55, .W-,-. - -:wif , -.........-.......h..-... , W 4,L'.IL,.: -Am-W.-neanihr' I in College of Arts and Sciences . X-P i . r J. J. Albus C. L. Anderson J. M. Antoun The third annual Senior Week proved the most successful in the short history of the event. The Dean of Women's Tea began the proceed- ings. A moonlight cruise to Bob-lo, sponsored by Delta Sigma Phi, national social fraternity, . followed shortly. An added thrill was provided by rides at the island's amusement park. The Senior Ball at Hillcrest Country Club was a night to remember. The grads danced till the . ,ii 'Q' J A Asam .14-if agile '- SFT' '. QI--" , .ri 'fl' AX J L Aubrey J. A. Baysinger 'iii 1 wee small hours of the morning to the music of - Fred Netting's orchestra. The Senior Picnic provided welcome relaxation from the hectic schedule. Future alumni were hosted again at Hillcrest for a day of golf and swimming, fol- lowed by dinner and an evening of dancing. The graduation activities began with Bacca- lauriate, followed by Mass and breakfast the next day for the Seniors and their families. Overcast skies did not put a damper on the festivities that night as nearly nine hundred Seniors received degrees from Reverend Celestin J. Steiner. For them it marked the end of a wonderful week and the beginning of a new way oflife. R. J. Beiting D. A. Belanger G. A. Benkerl A. A. Bilicki W. M. Biscomb P. A. Blossom P. A. Bonahoom D. Bonnette P. E. Boss vm . I X A M. E. Bradley A. G. Brauer K. F. Brennan 272 A beginning and an end. . . Candidates for Degrees fm .fl vi f-,M :al -:..-52' y 'c. A I R. F. Brohamer A. E. Brooks E. J. Broussard D. R. Brown M. R. Bruce M. F. Buckalew T -'SA J il' V1 4? if tram- ew wp- 'z'l'i1?f 1 ,li, if QPT ifnl ---ya. Ffif-" J. B. Burkart F. A. Burns H. M. Bylc gf QE' 7'-r A 4-.,. G. R.Chapp J.A.Chodubski E.A.Chrisl'ensen Bright lights, rides, a moonlight cruise and . . Music and dancing make the night complete. 1? Q21-:if y mix- ayx FL' A K. T. Clifford G. J. Connolly A. B. Cook . .PW 'bb- J. E. Corazzol J. F. Coneggiano T. V. Costello 273 274 rts and Sciences I- I- CSCFHCCZKY J. C. Cubiu. E. D. Cunin M. J. Curtin M.T.Curlin F. R. Cushing q-fx-tm" I. s E. J. Dasaro P. S. DeLisi M. D. DeMauia E. M. DeM uynck J. F. Desmond R. P. Dickow ew- xv: lr f "-591337-f'f ,x -5 ,pta-1 , 3 r V 1 A 1 'YZ l V yn' Wx! M wi . 'V K . xx. ' L 4-r-1' 3 R A. E. Dietz P. G. Donohue G. N. Donovan G. M. Downs M. A. Doyle E. M. DrOmg0ld q.f3Vx ' R .. ,f -I T . .Z 2 ,f 1 5 1 ' . Wi W . fi R 5 3. 1.11. "MTV Q W.. . if N Bob Bowen and date prepare for Bob-10 cruise. C. W. Drouillard R. Dube T. Dunnigan J. M. Ehlendl D. R. Esper G. R. Fauberl rts and Sciences . - -. '. 3 'Qi'-F154 ,,.. J f-'-.ff ,',.'. 2' C27 'V' ' A J rf A if 'fig -5 1 Jimi' WHFWSF rl J In r 1 X 4 " JJ: 1 J . X f . A "af" f2JQf?7f3k EY'.,.,,,J rwfigif I n A 'fi J A-P 1 L '11,-lp 3121: A 1-15 I J. P. Fazio E. E. Feketc T. E. Finnerty E. J. Folcy J. J. Forster M. E, Fosler E. O. Freeman S. M. Gardiner J. M. Gam W3 55 ' :: Eg' ' . xg5.f:'. 1: , Q A Q, 'M' Q . J J, J AM P' 1.1 ff' g z u ,eff f 1, -,-' , 1 A' L--A , fjfi Mft, F A , -- S landing room only!" was the by word of the nighl. zfllnisil . 'K A. Gazdecki R. A. Geist J. L. Gerardi - 'Kg fl "' 42'-ij' 1--Ll f'5.'.'.'1f .752 , M. C. Gergely J. A. Giacomini D. A. Gignac M. pl Godlewski R' L' Gram R' E- Gran Climbing stairs on a moving boat-Alols offun. 275 276 Candidates for Degrees ...ee A W- J- Gfigaliunas A. C. Grix D. P. Gumblelon C. A. Gusfa J. Gutman F. M. Haas J' - ' Q ' A. L. Hanamey J. E. Haney S. A. Hardwick S. A. Harlzell F. Hayes P. C. Hayes .YYY . ' H' "ici . ' '51 - if -,f' J F J -- -- J Fr 'A -M" 1 16 -", Qs Jil, ' Q -'1 E ' ' U ,U YY Y N , , L M. M. Hendrie D. J. Hirt N. S. Hogan M. F. Hopper J. H. Howie C. J. Huard P, A, Hurst B. R. Iglikowski R. F. Jackson P. F. Jager R. A. Jaminet D. A. Jerneycic L. A.Ka1if w. M. Keenan M. J. Keller J. E. Kenwell W. F. King L- M- Klebba Arts and Sciences 1 'we N. C. Kleha C. L. Klinicki D. E. Kloka T. A. Knapp D.I,j,K1-amp E,G,K1-awczyk W. M. Kroger L. M. Krolicki J. G. Kwiecien A. F. Laethem B. S. LaLonde B. B. Lamb C. K. Lambard M. R. Langer J. A. Latowski L. A. Leonard R. H. LePage A. M. Lesisz L. P. Lewis P. J. Lewis T. J. Leyland m J . L , 'L Y' V g A, . "Fw, iqfxg. W , " f "" ' ' Qiiinfff "4" - A J' 'ig D. J. Liebau N. D. Linehan W. R. Listman Tha"0'1g awaned night' 'he Semo' Ball' 277 278 Candidates for Degrees B. A. Logan S. J. Ludwiczewski H. A. Ludwig John Bowker, Ron Corbell and dates pause for CCII7'1!?I'0. A. R. Luther J. P. Lutfy G. L. Lyons F R. M. MacDonald P. P. Macunovich J. E. Madda B. D. Maher A. Majewski A. J. Malcoun J. J. Marcinkowski J. M. Marks J.'F. Marshall R. A. Marzolf D. F. Masko J. T. Matti P. E- MCCEIYUICY G. E. McCormick M. A. McDonald J. W. McGillis R. P. McGinnis J. T. McKinney Arts and Sciences Wi? YES? -Q57 -5.32" 'L ,., 4. I. 42 114' iff" f' ' "x.g1j - 'ni -Ah' '. 4... i ' ' 'K "Nl I r 11 ' X . ,,.V, .Pg 41' A. J. McKnight J. R. McNellis J. D. Meier J. C. Mencotti K. E. Merckel D. A. Mika td' ,Av- fw. Cl? ,-21.5 i A , 1 if . , -i -M an - -f. 'F ,. wuz- P ia E- A- Miller J- R- Mille' C- C- MiIliUgf0n C. G. Mitchell P. R. Monahan W. M. Monahan 'Q-hw' -f C Sue Teston and date enjoy music of Fred Netting. " Watch the birdie!" Now, hold that smile." r- L X..,' fi if .1 fn" .. neu b .4 , ylx' . i'z:5.f'.'5ff" lu., . 1 tlurilv K. A. Moriarty S. M. Morrisey V. Morrison B. J. Moskaitis V. M. Murray J. B. Najor 279 Arts and Sciences R. M. Potchynok A. G. Poux P. H. Priebe ' R. L. Ptak S. C. Ranucci E, J, Regghia J. H. Reno C. G. Rick F. F. Rizzo S. Z. Roberts W. M. Roccos M. J. Rocheleau J. A. Roland S. S. Roney P. S. Russo F. J. Rybicki R. D. Sabaugh M. P. Safronenko -.... -.,-. ..... .N 1 nnnun 280 S. J. Schlachter J, M, Schrader B. A. Schumacher P. A. Shain W. T. Shalla M- 5- Shanlwn Candldates for Degrees 'R S M Shdughnessv W T Shearer K A Sheeran M G Slmms A T Skurskr T W Snerder ? VE 'is' Ytvr' A Snyder M S Stamec M A Stanley C J Slefanag R M Stevens T F Stock G S Surowlec ff"-'JS3' ii"Q' v Future grads Stl one out at the Ball whtch was held at Htllcrest Country Club D G swam M WN J. M. Szelag R. G. Taurence R. W. Thibeault E. M. Tiihonen J. A. Toger N. B. Tomicic 281 282 Candidates for Degrees J- M- Namphb' M. H. Neibauer S. A. Nichols S. H. Niemiec E. J. Nietupski T. R. Nixon M. E. Noethen J. F. Nowicki L. J. Nowinski M. P. O'Callaghan D. A. O'Leary L. L. O'Leary P. H. Oliver R. C. Ostezan R. F. OViCS B. P. Palugi J. Pascuzzi R. A. Parlay J. O. Patterson B. C. Perzyk C. G. Pfaff M. A. Pierce A. V. Pieroni L. W. Posivak Arts and Sciences P. J. Tranchida V. J. Trombley M. E. Turko R. L. Uchison S. R. Vachon N. I. Van Bruyssel F. P. Van DePilte R. J. Van Steelandl P. W. Villaire M. M. Walker S. A. Walter D. S. Walton D. M. Wemhoff F. L. West J. J. Wezemael R. J. Whiteman K. R. Whiting A. E. Witzak R. Wojno M. E. Wolf M- M. Wllfm T- A- YZIICS S. J. Yowell A. E. Zink 283 284 Colle e of Commerce and Finance A. A. Acciaioli S. A. Agusti J. A. Alam S. P. Alfoldy R. G. Anderson E. R. Anolick R. J. Arnold J. Balaze W. M. Bangela K. A. Baron T. J. Barrett N. H. Barthlow J. K. Bassett J. P. Bellmore S. J. Beresh L. D. Bess R. J. Beuslerien R. C. Billinghursl Ivory Polo Park is scene of Senior Picnic 251.1 '- vii-rf" ' T. R. Blaskowski . V . gf' iaigfgi- .1 ... Y, 'J 'X . A lr. l 0 wb My uw! 4 I ,- llff' ' ' "'Q'f',e'f.: f . if Qi T ., 'A ,L D. J, Bonior - Commerce and Finance E N Bolsas J C Boyd R E Brooks I' W Brower D J Brudzlnskn P T Bruen l if A V Bubrowskl R L Burch: E J Burke be Facully student baseball game add? to the jun H E Byrne R B Campbell A S Carlson if ,-. 'vw' ...f J H Carney .I L Cdrolm C E Cash M R Cavanaugh T J Chaplow K M ClaC1UCh "MQ-Q 'Qi 1, Q-'-wff -gr' J H Clancy D W Clark C J Clayton M J Clemmson W E Connors T A Cooke 285 , , 113-.M , I FL' I '. ' fl, 'E E'-lr , :,v1EI11 l'f" 1 'q .lp I - N N 1 'J11'.4.f5'u ' 1, . ,. rf 51,5 1' , ,N fl V EWF1 V 1,ffg,,:lf gg ' 1- l '-'iff-'EW H"'f5-ffflll. 1.-f'75""E I R.yII,I r'i,,vi1-f-Q L,1,.f'grl ig, V 1 - wr ' '.-u' ' 1,'L,2',,' g if. r. ly .J - , 1 I - - 5 ,e ,ggi A lefty + " ' F Eff '.I1- l ,, lt .V I II Ip, I .. ,IFHIIIII :QI flgl' I 1,5355 . .I JII .Tig ff rl, ,, I. ,-5. . ,JE - l"lfl-if Yr 1 W...-1 ' W nl my J , ' 5 , '21-QA' - ' :fl 7: ' ' L L , lug' l fmzgleiqlm W?" f an J l ,570 Ik.. . Y.., , , I, ,,-m I ' .grip-' , Tygulf- -up V z HI' wk 'ff 4'-' - - ' f "1 - , ? B I li lr,- 5 II Q FM ' Q ig Q L' 1I I 3 l-'J 1' 'L ' li' ,Q we 4,-, IL - -:I all . ' l - no 5' qifiue J ff: 4- - . :ff-fm 5 ll- wail I!.:5..,I I III! , . -:LIE -, . I1.Qi,II - 54-, 'iw .mf .234 3 ' . wig JI' -- ,-f"f'Q.g.79'l 4. - , .f ,A ei.-1-' ,J .. . x .Q lf w -L.. --4:2 - ' I4 - Inj, I .,-.I 4 I .. 1, ., C ': .I"lw'j. l --.1 . . , 'QI I',1III5 L' ,,.i1,!n ,Y . .I. ,I-1q,wL Tl L-.grln ' Ag Z: -- 1 V ,- 5 A ,ff .f 286 . .4 . . I-If Candidates for Degrees J. M. Cornish W. F. Coyro J. L. Crowley G. M. Curtis C. A. Cyrowski M. J. Czarnecki -'Sa '-5: I E. V. Czarnota R. J. Daguanno R. E. Damaske D. W. David E. D. Day G. E. DeMoll M. D. Denton R. R. DeRonghe D. C. Detavernier J. C. Dingens E. L. Dixon S. Dixon Fr. Carron greets guests at Alumni Day. W. J. Dohany R. Donaldson G. A. Donohue . Q N T. H. Dugall F. W. Duggan R. V. Emanoil Commerce and Finance 'FF R. T. Evangelista M. Evans J. C. Farris l QUE 1 TA L- Faylor L. T. Felczak S. C' Fercga Coach Bob Calihan and guests arrive at Hillcrest. E. A. Foley J. L. Foley P. A. Forslhoefel L. A. Fratangelo F. A. Funke S. J. Garner G. J. Gaucher R. J. Gdowski J. Geml G. E. Genaw H. Gibson M. M. Giordano :i 4' V ,vw V '-v f-'H' ,li P Ein., 1: ll I - .- . .,. ls .gialzw z , -,fgsf P . J , l '30, R. H. Glaser R. A. Glennie J. R. Goerlich E. V. Gorny R. R. Gould C. E.. Grant 287 288 Candidates for De rees R. P. Greene R, C. Greenfield W. E. Greenwalt D. C. Groesbeck J. L. Gwizdala E. E. Hagen K ls J J 'gift ff' QV 42521. i -f i .fl gQ'f'gi51Qffj' , A Q J- E- Hagen J- R- Hamilton T. V. Harl E. .l. Haslem C. L. Hickey T. P. Higgins P. E. Himelhoch A. T. Howlcy D. E. Hudson T. S. Husband J. R. lvkovich G. J. Jager lf 1 Tl. lg' Fl? I 5 F ,YY sr' 2:4 """"' WH r -r Janarelx V M Janssen S J Jarow G C, Johnson R M Kaczmarskl J. R. Kane J, C. Keller L.. B. Kingery K. L. Kirsten R. W. Klemens A. M. Kleinerl Commerce and Flnance A E Kmghl W C Kowal F Krawchuk R T Krutaeh T E Kruzel D C Kruzman R P Kuhn G M Kurzava P M Kwasny J H LaBond E Landvay R H Larson HQ 'hm 1:25-' is 'lb -4,--" F A Lauer V J Lauram J W Lawrence T D Learmonl R L Lxvlngslon R Lopez F E Lozon E F Ludwig J A Lughezzam R B Lutz E L Maier D R Mallcke Q'-v M G Mann T E Martens W V Malyaslc J G Maurer D L McCarthy B H McColl 289 290 Candidates for Degrees E. C. McElligaLt T. J. McGrath J. T. McKiernan R. C. McLaughlin J. J. McSweeney R. G. Micka L. D. Mielke E. J. Mierzejewski W. J. Miszcak H. P. Mitchell H. Momotiuk W. E. Montgomery E. H. Mooney L. Morin C. A. Morker R. E. Morlonson T. O. Mueller J- 5+ Murphy T. J. Murphy T. A. Neenan J. B. Nome K Future alumni enjoy dancing after an active day. G. Neumann C. E. Newman G. A. Norm Commerce and Flnance as I 6" ,ln R J Ngvdk J T O Brien P L OConnor C R O Donnell T J O Flynn REPRISUITATIYE .--5? Duane Kujawa and Bob Gorgone discuss future jobs with James Osborne represen latzve of Ford Motor Company under campus placement program F D O Leary R J Okragly F V Ollvero D R Ortlsl C A Packard R S Pdslula R B Patterson P A Pawlowxec T M Peet W A Peters J F Phrlhps G L P1601-'Ch 291 C 1 It ' ' , -xt ' I "' Q xx ies ' T X , ' A 1, ,Y ,f ,: . . l, V f . ' ' sd ' ' I I Q - Q ' ' r' , 1 ,T ,.-I B: . . 13' fi ' wx 1 , . -., ' .. ' 41 I at o 1. f YW . I ,fl - N ' J 1"".'5 --'V :,',f-5. ' P :T D -Q15 ' I - , . . , . . . l 292 Candidates for Degrees R- J- Pigfill J. R. Pikulinski W. G. Pilchak C. E. Pokorny E. E. Popovich J. Popp R. W. Potocki P. B. Predhomme A. J. Provencher L. C. Puchalski G. L. Reynolds J. C. Rimarcik K. R. Roach M. J. Roach T. N. Rossman F. M. Ryan R. E. Schiavone F. C. SCl'lW2ifk R. A. Schweinfunh D. J. Scott A. R. Shalhoub M. J. Shame M. C. Sheehy E. M. Siess J . 1 K. M. Slevin J. R. Smigielski J. P. Smith V. Spica J. P. Spicer W. A. Sl2121lS XCOII1 IIICTCC and FIIIHIICC W. H. Stone V. N. Stromei T. J. Szynkowski T. H. Taylor E. A. Theisen J. A. Tomassini R. T. Trudeau J. B. Uguccnom P. J. Verona Jane Slephanus helps student find job opportunities. V. J. Vespa R. F. Volpe J. T. Walsh J. E. Warner J. P. Washo A. R. Watassek R, J, Williams F. E. Willmes E. H. Wilt W- E- Wyllie J- A- Zacwvf J- T. Zalke J. P. zanglin J. D. zinnikas s. E. ziskie 293 294 xv E. f College of Engineering A. A. Aimette R. A. Anderson J. W. Annick D. N. Arents R. A. Baldwin R, L, Balenl J. F. Balicki V. S. Barone W. F. Barr T. W. Barrett J. M. Barron G. L. Barrels J. S. Barloszewicz W. J. Bauer C. J. Baumann R- W- Bilyma R. N- Beaber J- H- Belaski R. D. Belprez J. E. Benecki L. F. Berardi L. J. Bindseil J. E. Blaska F. E. BOnrl P. N. Boris T. E. Brady B. C. Braeuner J. P. Brennan T- W- Brook J- B- BYOORS O Engineering R. N. Burns J. R. Buyan L. R. Calvisi F. J. Campolo W. F. Carly P. L. Caruso G. E. Chamberlain P. R. Chervenak D. L. Chiacchia R. K. Chin S. E. Chocholek E. J. Cisek R. J. Clancy D. R. Clark W. N. Crawford D. J. Culhane W. J. Culver J. J. Dailey J. W. Daszkiewicz W. P. Dauerer D. J. Day J' L. Decker M. B' Defauw W. MY DeMaueis L. Scherock scans pamphlets for job openings. 295 296 Candidates for De rees J A. D- DiGi0fsi0 S- A. DiMaggio J. J. Di Tucci J. E. Dobroski S. M. Dobrzynski R. C. Dodl . . -., - f ' ii. " r P. A. Doman W. J. Domino J. L. Dorko C. L. Dudek R, F. Dunstan D. P. Durst D. J. Dusa B. L. Endres F, R. Fahey J. E. Falk B. A. Farabaugh G. P. Farrell F. A. Fazzio L. T. Feng G. L. Fileccia J. J. Pimp T. F. Fisher M. J. Flajole A. J. Frankovsky R. J. Freeman ' R. G. Fuher D. J. Gannon R. J. Gascoyne J. F. Gavner En ineering R J Grroux W J Grell J E Gross Jr G J Gulch F G Gyvor D E Haase F W Hall T E Hanawall R A Hanlon R B Harris K J Hause G J HCUSICU V C Janus W E Johnson R W Johnston C M Jones R A Kaiser M A Kakalec E J Kammskl T J Kane W G Karam J T Kelly J J Kelsch L A Kennedy 297 P. H. Hermes K. J. Higgins J. E. Hinsch T. W. Hoban M. F. Hohenbrink R. L. Holbrook 298 Candidates for Degrees R. L. Kennedy R. J. Kieffer A. F. Kimmel R. J. Kinsella E. P. Klueg J, L, Kneese R. L. Koenig T. J. Kosco W, J. Kownacki K. W. Kramer L. J. Langan J. B. LaPrad1 J. T. Laskey C. E. LeFevre J. H. Lemieux G. E. Lewis J. A. Lincoln J. W. Loughran T. P. Lubinski D. B. Mancini A. J. Marchand A. R. Marino M- S- Mal'k0WiCZ L. P. Marsolino R. A. Martin J. T. McCarthy D. A. McCue T. L. Mclnerney P. E. McKee B. L. McManus Engineering J. G. Meenahan T. R. Merlihan D. R. Merucci i? , "This is il!" says grad on lej?,' and so it is. J. F. Mesmer J. D. Michaels J. R. Miller J. J. Miller L. W. Moriarty D. S. Moyes B. P- M1-lChr1ij A- 5- Murphy T- J- Murray R. Napiorkowski G. M. Nonte B. M. O'Connor L. R. O'Dell J. T. O'Hagan L. E. OlbrY5 ?"X fi" 'av' f"T.""' F- H- Olmstead J. A. Ouellette C. A. Pace K. P. Pahl T. Pallos R. H. Parker 299 Candidates for Degrees J. A. Pecar J. R. Peoples D. F. Phillips P. L, Pilanski L. B. Plant H. W. Prince R. Pujdowski L. P. Radlke P. M. Rich R. K. Robinson R. J. Roddy H. A. Roelhel A. B. Rosinski R. L. Rossman C. J. Ruhlin E. G. Rulten L. A. Sandra T-SHPN10 Seniors begin long walk to Memorial Building. 300 A. L. Schaller J. P. Schlant R. E. Schuler "Nn"SBf C. w, Schulte M. J. Seibold. Jr. R. P. Seguin Englneerln an H::- I E P Sheeran W D Shlels M E Simon R J Slmoneau D D Smgelyn T Singh W W Slpowlcz G N Smxth J T Smutek J W Sobczak W I Spehn J J Srnecz J W Strawser R P Surxano J K Sw1ft L R Szymanskn J A Teresko R W Thomas J P Thornton P A Toole L R Vanllancourt G F Varhola J M Wagner J F Waughn N V Wxatr J F Wxrley L J Ybarrondo P W Zaleskn 301 0 Q , iW':,.- 'f"- Q T " f . .: .11 : eg f,:,'12-,Q-'31-'J V -I .-'gr -112' X A 1.3: Q51 ,I -A J.-nd . : 2.1 - f, f.: .'m,5'2? . V- ' ' - ., T V , -. ,IL if 3 . Q X ,A fl V I W, .V 'Q- IFJ I. ' f , I 1 , f Q ' 'Ugg aj ,, , wg! gym V X -egg! zwgfafv w o A J? P if leg x':.,1L,,i J ' 1 . 1- 5 :g!l.,,,J, . f , fl Y - l 5 ,':n':f'r-A f -. '...i -TH E J -' -1- "-'Vi f'.f'.':,' .45 ." . " -: T, .L " 3 . , 5 . J: q,,'w'r'.'-,J ,, 'H V ffl:-'fr ",- 1 , A - j gf-', ,,:,w.,.'q-5 ,,-- If ng' 1- fr i , gr - f 9,1152 l.:,E,rLE.. my J , 1M:,5.:a.,1' Y Y V . - -mx ,. J- f -- Qui- m- - f J 1. Fl-33' ' 1. . 1-1 .9333 ' " ' ' D' "T " v a ag, ' 1 L T 1 302 College of Law T. D. Anderson M. J. Basford P. J. Bellanca J. R. Brown J. P. Browne R. F. Brunton J. H. Dietz E. J. Dilworth D. G. Ducey R. J. Grace R. J. Hummel R. P. Keil R- L- 1-Chmafl R- E- Mack J. M. McGlynn T. P. Mitchell J. P. Raleigh M. R. Rubinstein 'LC E,J,Schwar1Z l. J. Snider li S. J. Spalafora T. R, Sweeney T. R. Wilks 'sg-'W-!L. I The final wall outside before going to assigned seals Colle e of Dentistr V. Alongi J. L. Baribeau J. J. Battle G. S. Behesnilian S. I. Blumenfeld R. W. Boyko ,Zhi - .lm f' ' ' QF "FE: If I F12 :J4'7"5f'ffE '7'V'WW'7ll3"3' fffl w 1-JSEVV H. 14.6.13 - 451 yr'--W? " ' ' g ' ' f f fi' I ' .,'A.'g,,1 , ,Sign l I - . . . - 1 3 .'1'i,-'ll . D A , .Q l:,"' f1-M' V ', gi: V HSA ' Q ,L -f ' .l,Hn,3J' I 5 ' L. --li-'H , . l L ,.1-J.-.ffl-ll 25" ': --7: 1' ff - . 'E .'-1f,3.,:.:'- . f uj1:" --A L we '-19:13 ' 1-if. l 'ul -. ir ,-. - - ' E57 -I f ' ix . KK A A.. A. F. Brandt J. M. Brykalski G. E. Buskirk N. K. Carstens J. T. Comella T. M. Cook 'Pls W. J. Cosgrove R. F. Davison T. J. Demas S. Dolin J. L. Dunsky f 5' . E' - f- lf' V A,!aw"- -- 'ay :Q , 'f'.a?F'T . Q . ' .Lf-. - Y ., . A I - .,.:v FJ, -U ' 15:55 lc, QA 51 V . li vi-Y . V It A J. 'H': f .xg PH'-si ' an-nigflxgv A Fr. Steiner presents long-a waited diploma. J. J. Dylewski -fn . , 1'n...l. .QT -, .-. V514 -L 1 ren 'N , Q ,Q L 351. .- r F'-'T .v - f . . ,. ': "'.-'fl i - .uf 1.13: r A- el L M. E. Forrest H. O. Gesell G. L. Gold L. V. Goldstein H. E. Goodis 303 304 Candidates for Degrees R. M. Guzman W. A. Harr H. S. Heget K. L. Heitman J. R. Honos L. E. Home J. M. Jacobson A. H. Kaner M, J, Kaner R, A, Kay W. T. Kneisler C. M. Kosli A. E. Krzeminski J. C. Lepak R, R, Lokar F. MacKay R, P, Marion V. Matalon J. S. McCoy J. H. McCray J. E. McManus L. H. Meskin R. A. Miklik S. M. Mintz J. Nassar H. E. Neu J. J. Opron V. R. Pellegrino M. J. Petrous H. W. Pfeifle W'f.1'lVf:7l 'lf 'lf' 112: 5 1 V ' J l . L .gf f . , .4 1' . , T' ,nag -.4 1 3 K' I ii ' " I Q ' 4: . ' V. '...f 211 R Y . -1. T9 g if Dentistry P ' ' ' X , .1 A., . In.. 1 at wh WL! . lA J U. S 5 My 5. 3 1 A nf-.M A W 5 wr- -' L! , ' 10 R. S. Reck P. B. Remschler H. L. Roehrig R. L. Sampson R. S. Sands A. H. Schultz g..?g'F?Q?J',. Jgliym, yf?1:f'fi -5 ji I 1 11. . . Q " - " A' I,-V.. ff- -f rid. . .l'e-' ,f -Tr. TELFQJ 'w - H4 11- X Wifrafff If-of R . Ig.5.,f . 1 firi- .l..rf1,t X h H' .Q R f + - .Q ' "L c -W 4.1.4 '- aw' 15 M' if ff' 'f 4 4 W. - .-Z.. ij . . XWYLIJ.-'ir ,M J xl U N .qu I t I Y A K ,A My K . t', 3' . 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Bodman President National Bank of Detroit Walker L. Cisler John J. Cronin William M. Day Ray R. Eppert Hugh J. Ferry President Detroit Edison Vice-President General President Michigan Bell President Burroughs Retired Chairman of the Company Motors Corporation Telephone Company Corporatign Board, Packard Motor Car Company Alfred J. Fisher, Jr. Merritt D. Hill William A. Mayberry W- Ledyafd Mitchell Pelel'-L Monaghan President Fisher Indus- General Manager Ford President Manufacturers Retired Vice-President Monaghan 3b Monaghan tries. lncorporated Tractor Division National Bank Chrysler Corporation Ross Roy Nate S. Shapero Leo M. Butzel Franklin P. Williams James C. Zeder President Ross Roy, Chairman ofthe Board Butzel 81, Associates President S.S. 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B., English, Detroit, Theta Phi Alpha, co-chairman J-Prom, co-chairman Mother-Daughter Tea, co-chairman Greek Week, Homecoming, secretary, Court, Freshman Orien- tation Committee, Carnival Dance Committee, Ski Club, Red Cross Board. HOPPER, MICHAEL F., A.B., Ps' chology, Detroit, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tennis, Ski Club, Sailing Club, Intramural Badminton. HOWIE, JEROME H., Ph. B., Psychology, Detroit. HUARD, CLAYTON J., B. Mus., Music, Detroit, HURST, PATRICIA A., B. S. in Ed., Education, Detroit, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Pan-Hellenic Council, Student Council Executive Board, President's Student Cabinet, J-Prom, Freshman Welcome Dance, Freshman Talent Show, secretary. IGLIKOWSKI, BERNICE R., B. MUS., Music Edu- cation, Detroit, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Band, secretary, Polud Club, secretary. JACKSON, RALPH F., A. B., English, Detroit, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Student Union Board of Governors, Orientation. JAGER, PHILLIP F., Ph. B., Political Science, Wyandotte, Mich., Alpha Phi Omega. JAMINET, ROBERT A., B.S., Pre-Medical, Chemis- try, Detroit, S.A.E., Confraternity at Christian Doctrine. JERNEYCIC, DOROTHY A., Ph. B., History, Ferndale, Mich., Phi Alpha Theta. KALIF, LENORE A., Ph.B., Sociology, Birmingham, Mich., Delta Zeta, Sociology Club, Red Cross Board. KEENAN, W. MICHAEL, Ph.B., English, Detroit, Magi, treasurer, Blue Key, secretary, Fencing Team, captain, Student Council, executive board, Players, president, treasurer. KELLER, MARTHA J., Ph.B., Psychology, Detroit, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ski Club, Sailing Club. KENWELL, JOAN E., Ph.B., Psychology, Detroit, Sigma Sigma Sigma president, Sailing Club. KING, WALTER F., A. B., Latin, Highland Park, Mich. KLEBBA, LORAINE M., Ph.B., English, Detroit, Kappa Beta Gamma, pledge rristress, Lambda Iota Tau, Tower. KLEHA, NICHOLAS C., B.S., Pre-Medical, Madison Heights, Mich., Sodality, T959 Spring Carnival, royalty committee. KLINICKI, CAROL L., Ph.B., English, Detroit, Delta Zeta, recording secretary, Lambda Iota Tau, Varsity News, managing editor, copy editor, society editor, Sadie Shuffle Committee. KLOKA, DOLORES E., B.S. in Ed., Education, Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich., Kappa Beta Gamma, Phi Alpha Theta, secretary-treasurer, Tower, organizations editor, secretary. KNAPP, THOMAS A., Ph.B., History, Travese City, Mich., Phi Alpha Theta, President. KRAMP, DARRELL l.J., Ph.B., History, Port Huron, Mich., Delta Phi Epsilon, vice-president, Phi Alpha Theta, vice-president, Inter-Fraternity Council, representative, Freshman Orientation Committee, Confraternity of Christian Doctrine. KRAWCZYK, EDWARD G., B.S., Mathematics, Detroit. KROGER, WILLIAM M., Jr., Ph.B., History, Hunting- ton Woods, Mich., Delta Sigma Phi. KROLICKI, LUCILLE M., Ph.B., English, Dearborn, Mich., Delta Zeta, Head Maiorette, Sadie Shuttle Committee, Freshman Orientation. KWIECIEN, JOAN G., B.S. in Ed., Education, Detroit, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Polud club, recording secretary. LAETHEM, ALFRED F., B.S., Professional Chemistry, Detroit, American Chemical Society. LA LONDE, BETTY S., Ph.B., English, Dearborn, Mich., Lambda Iota Tau, Dearborn Car Pool. LAMB, BARBARA B., Ph.B., English, Detroit, Lambda Iota Tau, vice-president, Pi Delta Phi, Honor Organization Council, vice-president, French Club, secretary. LAMBARD, CONNIE K., B.S. in Ed., Detroit LANGER, MARTIN R., B.S. in Ed., Education and Biology, St. Clair Shores, Mich. LATOWSKI, JUDITH A., B.S. in Ed., Education, Detroit, Theta Phi Alpha, Sailing Club, Student National Education Association. 314 LEONARD LAWRENCE A., A.B., Psychology, Detroit, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Student Council, Faculty Committee on Religious Activities, student representative, T959 J-Prom, finance chairman, Freshman Orientation, Intramurals, Sodality, For- ensic Society, Library Staff, Archdioceson Council of Catholic Youth, Apostleship of Prayer, Class Moderator. LE PAGE, RAYMOND H., B.S., Biology, Detroit. LESISZ, ANNA M., B.S., Chemistry, Huntington Woods, Mich., Sigma Delta. LEWIS, LAWRENCE P., Ph.B., English, Greenville, Mich., St. Francis Club, membership chairman, Ski Club, treasurer, Intramurals, Holden Dorm Council, Reno Dorm Council, Homecoming Com- mittee. LEWIS PHILIP J., Ph.B., History, Grosse Pointe Farms,Mich. LEYLAND, THOMAS J., Ph.B., French, Perrysburg, Ohio, Pi Delta Phi, French Club, Confraternity ol Christian Doctrine. LIEBAU, DONALD J., B.S. in Ed., Education, Detroit, Phi Sigma Kappa, Sodality, Chorus, N.E.A. LINEHAN, NORAH D., B.S., Chemistry, Detroit, Sigma Delta, Chemistry Club. LISTMAN, WILLIAM R., Ph.B., English, Detroit, Varsity Football, Freshman Basketball. LOGAN, BERNADINE A., B.S., Chemistry, Berkley, Mich., Sigma Delta, pledge mistress. LUDWICZEWSKI, SUZANNE J., Ph.B.', English, Detroit, Sigma Sigma Sigma. LUDWIG, HARRY A., B.S., Chemistry, Detroit, Alpha Epsilon Delta, treasurer. LUTFY, JOSEPH P., B.S., Professional Chemistry, Detroit, Kappa Sigma Kappa, American Chemical Society, Intramurals. LUTHER, ARTHUR R., Ph.B., Philosophy, Detroit, Philosophy Club, Sodality. LYONS, GERARD L., B.S., Biology, Detroit, Alpha Phi Omega. MACDONALD, RITA M., B.S. in Ed., Education, Saginaw, Mich., Out-of-Town Coed Club, vice- president, S.N.E.A. MACUNOVICH, PHILLIP P., B.S., Biology, Dearborn, Mich., Tau Kappa Epsilon. MADDA, JOSEPHINE E., Ph.B., Radio 8 Television, Rocky Riyer, Ohio, Theta Phi Alpha, historian, publicity chairman, Broadcasting Guild, Players, Ski Club, Chorus, Out-ot-Town Coeds Club, AROTC Sweetheart, Student Production Stott at WTVS, Chairman of T959 Homecoming Queen Review, T958 Homecoming Parade secretary, J-Prom, publicity committee, T959 Carnival, publicity, Senior Week Committee. MAHER, BRUCE D., Ph.B., Psychology, Detroit, Football, Baseball. MAJEWSKI, ALVIN, B.S., Pre-Dental, Biology, Detroit. MALCOUN, ANTHONY J., B.S., Chemistry, Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich., Delta Sigma Phi. MARCINKOWSKI, JOSEPH J., B.S., Chemistry, Detroit. MARKS, JAMES M., B.S., Physics, Flint, Mich. MARSHALL, JOSEPH F., B.S., Chemistry, Detroit, Alpha Epsilon Delta, president, IFC. MARZOLF, RICHARD A., Ph. B., Philosophy, St. Paul, Minnesota, St. Francis Club, Sodality, prefect, American Society ot Mechanical Engineers, Sophomore Class Secretary. MASKO, DANIEL F., B.S. in Ed., Education, Hamtramck, Mich. MATTI, JOSEPH T., B.S., Mathematics, Detroit. McCARTNEY, PATRICK E., Ph. B., Education, Saginaw, Mich., Sodality. MCCORMICK, GARY E., Ph. B., Radio-T.V., Dear- born, Mich., Varsity News. MCDONALD, MARJORIE A., B.S., in Ed., Education, Detroit, Theta Phi Alpha, Ski Club, Sailing Club. MCGILLIS, JOSEPHINE W., Ph. B., English, Detroit, Gamma Sigma Sigma, historian, Chorus, publicity chairman, Student Council, publicity program Co-chairman, Varsity News, society editor, copy, managing, editor-in-chiet, Tower, copy editor. McGlNNIS, RONALD P., Ph. B., English, Detroit, Lambda Iota Tau. MCKINNEY, JAMES T., B.S., Physics, Detroit, Sailing Team, Chorus, Sailing Club, vice comrnodore, American Institute of Physics, student chapter, president, Ski Club. McKNlGHT, ANN J., B.S., Biology, Detroit, Delta Zeta, Miss Keep Detroit Beautiful of U of D. MCNELLIS, JOHN R., B.S., Physics, Waterbury, Conn., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Physics Club, Intra- murals. MEIER, JAMES D., Ph. B., English, Rochester, Mich., Phi Sigma Kappa, vice president, recording secretary. MENCOTTI, JOANNE C., B.S. in Ed., Detroit, Kappa Beta Gamma, treasurer, Women's Student League Treasurer, Sadie Shuffle, chairman of decorations, Freshman Welcome Dance, chair- man of decorations, Campus Christmas Party, publicity chairman, Carnival Committee, Home- coming Committee. MERCKEL, KENNETH E., B.S., Biology, Detroit. MIKA, DALIA A., Ph. B., English, Detroit, Honor Roll. MILLER, ELIZABETH A., B.S. in Ed., Education, Detroit, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Education Club, Sodality, MILLER, JAMES R., B.S. in Ed., Education, Argyle, Mich., Pi Kappa Delta, vice president, president, Forensic Society, vice president, president, Young Democrats Club, vice-chairman, Chairman ot Politi- cal Union, Veterans Club, Knights of Columbus. MILLINGTON, CYNTHIA C., Ph. B., Spanish, Detroit. MITCHELL, CORA G., B.S. in Ed., Education, Detroit. MONAHAN, PETER R., A.B., Philosophy, Detroit, U of D Council, Knights of Columbus, Forensic Society, vice-president, Pi Kappa Delta, Skinner Debate, Gold Medal, Bronze Medal Winner, Inter- collegiate Speech League. MONAHAN, WILLIAM M., Ph. B. Journalism, Royal Oak, Mich., Varsity News, sports editor, managing editor, Student Athletic Advisory Committee. MORIARTY, KATHLEEN A., Ph. B., English, Detroit, Sodality, Tower, copywriter, Varsity News, campus editor, reporter, Student Council, representative, Women's League, representative, Student Govern- ment Committee. MORRISEY, SHARON M., Ph. B., History, Detroit, Sigma Sigma Sigma. MORRISON, VIOLA, B.S. in Ed., Education, Dear- born, Mich. MOSKAITIS, BARBARA J., B.S., Biology, Pre- Medical, Detroit, Gamma Sigma Sigma. MURRAY, VALERIE M., Ph.B., Mathematics, Farm- ington, Mich., Cheerleaders, captain, Student Athletic Advisory Board. NAJOR, JULIA B., Ph. B., History, Southfield, Mich., Sigma Sigma Sigma, membership chairman, Charm School Chairman, Homecoming Court, Homecoming Committee, Spring Carnival, Fresh- man Orientation Group Leader. NAMPHY, JOSEPH M., Ph. B., Economics, Port-au- Prince, Haiti., Sodality, Economics Club, Treasurer, Human Relations Club, International Student Association. NEIBAUER, MICHAEL H., Ph. B., English, Detroit, Magi president, Blue Key, IFC, vice-president, Men's Union secretary, Spring Carnival. NICHOLS, STEPHANIE A., B.S. in Med. Tech., Medical Technology, Dearborn, Mich., Delta Zeta. NIEMIEC, SYLVIA H., B.S., Medical Technology, Detroit, Delta Zeta. NIETUPSKI, EUGENE J., B.S., Mathematics, Detroit. NIXON, THOMAS R., B.S., Biology, Ferndale, Mich., Magi, Biology Club. NOETHEN, MARILYN E., Ph.B., Theatre, Detroit, Kappa Beta Gamma,Easter Basket contest chair- man: Players. NOWICKI, JAMES F., Ph.B., Pre-Law, Political Science, Hamtramck, Mich., Delta Sigma Phi, Sailing Club. NOWINSKI, LAWRENCE J., B.S., Biology, Detroit, Alpha Phi Omega, Polud Club. O'CALLAGHAN, MARGARET P., B.S. in Ed., Education, Detroit. O'LEARY, DAVID A., B.S. in Ed., Education, Detroit, Sailing Club, treasurer, Education Club. O'LEARY, LENORE, B.S., Chemistry, Toledo, Ohio, Sigma Delta, president, publicity, Chorus. 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BRUDZINSKI, DONALD J., B.S., Marketing, Detroit, Marketing Club. BURCHI, RENALDO L., B.S., Industrial Management, Detroit, Society tor Advancement of Management. BURKE, EDWARD J., B.S., General Business, Detroit, Veteran's Association, Society for Ad- vancement of Management. BYRNE, HOWARD E., B.S., General Business, Royal Oak, Mich., Delta Sigma Pi, Young Repub- licans, Economics Club. CAMPBELL, ROBERT B., B.S., Industrial Manage- ment, Ferndale, Mich., Sigma Phi Epsilon Historian, Society for Advancement ot Manage- ment, Men's Union treasurer, Freshman Orienta- tion treasurer, Student Council finance com- mittee. CARLSON, ARTHUR S., B.S., Marketing, Detroit, Marketing Club, Confraternity of Christian Doc- trine, Management Club. CARNEY, JAMES H., B.S., Marketing, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. CAVANAUGH, MICHAEL R., B.S., Foreign Trade, Berkley, Mich., Delta Sigma Pi, Chorus. CHAPLOW, THOMAS J., B.S., Accounting, Utica, Mich., Phi Sigma Kappa treasurer, Men's Union. CIACIUCH, KENNETH M., B.S., General Business, Detroit, Society for Advancement of Management, Veteran's Association. CLANCY, JOSEPH H., B.S., Industrial Manage- ment, Ferndale, Mich., Alpha Kappa Psi. CLARK, DONALD W., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Fencing. CONNORS, WILLIAM E., B.S. Marketing, Detroit: Marketing Club, president. CORNISH, JAMES M., B.S., Business Administra- tion, Detroit, Delta Phi Epsilon pledge master. CROWLEY, JOHN L., B.S., Accounting, Detroit. CURTIS, GERALDINE M., Secretarial Science, Berkley, Mich., Secretarial Science CIu,b treasurer. CYROWSKI, CARL A., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Delta Sigma Pi vice-president, Freshman Football. CZARNECKI, MARY J., Secretarial Science, Detroit, Angel Flight, Secretarial Science Club, CZARNOTA,EVELYN V., B.S., Business Education. Detroit, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Pl Omega Pi president, Women's League representative, Chor- us. DAGUANNO, RICHARD J., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Baseball captain. DAMASKE, ROBERT E., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Arnold Air Society, Military Ball Committee treasurer. DAVID, DONALD W., B.S., Accounting, Detroit. DEMOTT, GERALD E., B.S., Accounting, Detroit. DENTON, MARY DO, B.S., General Business, Lorain, Ohio, Theta Phi Alpha, Ski Club, Sailing Club, Out-ot-Town Coeds Club president, Eco- nomics Club corresponding secretary, Young Re- publicans, Homecoming Buffet I959 chairman, Sadie Shuttle, table decorations chairman. DERONGHE,ROGER R., B.S., Accounting, Detroit. DETAVERNIER, DAVID C., B.S., Economics and Business Administration, Center Line, Mich., Kappa Sigma Kappa. DINGENS, JOHN C., B.S., General Business, Lackawanna, N.Y., Sigma Phi Epsilon, Intra- mural Basketball, Varsity Football. DIXON, ELIZABETH L., B.S., Business Education, Detroit. DIXON, SANDY, Jr., B.S., Business Education, Detroit, Pi Omega Pi, Young Democrats Club, Human Relations Club. DONOHUE, GILBERT A., B.S., Economics and Business Administration, Dearborn, Mich. DUGALL, THOMAS H., B.S., Marketing, Detroit, Marketing Club program Chairman, Ski Club. 316 EMANOIL, RONALD V., B.S., Accounting, Birming- ham, Mich., Alpha Chi secretary, Varsity News business manager, Homecoming 1958, treasurer, i957 Spring Carnival, Flying Club, Booster Club. FARRIS, JOHN C., B.S., Accounting, Birmingham, Mich., Society for Advancement of Management, Veteran's Association, Marketing Club, Speech Club. FAYLOR, TERRY L., B.S., General Business, Fort Wayne, Ind., Alpha Chi, Varsity Football, D Club. FELCZAK, LORRAINE T., B.S., Business Education, Hamtramck, Mich., Gamma Sigma Sigma, Pi Omega Pi-Historian. FOLEY, EUGENE A., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, AFROTC Drill Team and Ritle Team. FORSTHOEFEL, PAUL A., B.S., Economics, Adrian, Mich., Delta Phi Epsilon, St. Francis Club. GAUCHER, GLORIA J., Secretarial Science, Detroit, Secretarial Science Club. GDOWSKI, RONALD J.-, B.S., Economics, Detroit, Economics Club, Polud Club, treasurer, Baseball. GIBSON, HARRY, B.S., Accounting, Detroit, AFROTC Thunderbird Drill Team, secretary. GIORDANO, MARY M., Secretarial Science, Detroit. GLASER, RICHARD H., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, East Side Car Pool. GORNY, EDWARD V., B.S., Accounting, Dearborn, Mich., Society for Advancement of Management. GOULD, RONALD R., B.S., Marketing, Detroit, Alpha Kappa Psi president, Marketing Club vice-president, Inter-Fraternity Council secretary, Inter-Fraternity Bowling League, president, Home- coming Committee, Freshman Orientation Cam- mittee. GRANT, CARL E., B.S., Economics, Detroit, Economics Club. GREENFIELD, RONALD C., B.S., Finance, Royal Oak, Mich., Knights of Columbus, Inter-Fraternity Bowling League. GREENWALT, WILLIAM E., B.S., Marketing, Ferndale, Mich., Alpha Chi treasurer, Marketing Club, Ski Club. GROESBECK, DONALD C., B.S., Accounting, Center Line, Mich., Delta Sigma Pi, Chorus. HAGEN, JOSEPH E., B.S., Accounting, Center Line, Mich., Kappa Sigma Kappa. HASLEM, EDMOND J., B.S., Accounting, Memphis, Mich. HIGGINS, THOMAS P., B.S., Finance, Detroit, Delta Phi Epsilon. HIMELHOCH, PAUL E., B.S., General Business, Royal Oak, Mich., Phi Sigma Delta, Fencing Team. HOWLEY, ALAN T., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Intercollegiate Bowling Team. HUSBAND, THOMAS S., B.S., Industrial Manage- ment and Relations, Dearborn, Mich., Delta Sigma Phi, Varsity News, AFROTC Rifle Team captain, Dorm Council, Society for the Advancement of Management, AFROTC wing staff, Military Ball Committee. IVKOVICH, JOSEPH R., B.S., General Business, Club. Shadyside, Ohio, Varsity Football, D JANARELI, RICHARD L., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Delta Sigma Pi. JAROSZ, STEPHEN J., B.S., Accounting Detroit, Rifles. JOHNSON, GERALD C., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Sigma Nu treasurer, Beta Alpha Psi vice-president, Beta Gamma Sigma. KACZMARSKI, RAYMOND M., B.S., Marketing and Business Education, Warren, Mich., Polud Club president, Marketing Club. KANE, JOHN R., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Beta Alpha Psi, S.A.M.E. vice-president, A.U.S.A. president, Flintlocks vice-president. KELLER, JOHN C., B.S., Accounting, Pontiac, Mich., Pontiac Car Pool, Freshman Basketball. KIRSTEN, KARYN L., Secretarial Science, Farm- ington, Mich., Angel Flight, Secretarial Science Club, Homecoming Candidate, Tau Kappa Epsilon T959 sweetheart, Delta Pi Kappa i958 Sweetheart. KLEMENS, RONEY W., B.S., Accounting, Duquesne, Pa., Varsity Football, Baseball captain, D Club. KLEIN, ROBERT W., B.S., General Business, Detroit, Alpha Chi president, vice-president, pledge master, Varsity News circulation manager, Intramurals. KLEINERT, ANN M., B.S., Business Education, Livonia, Mich., Alpha Sigma Tau, Sodality, Red Cross, Women's League, Homecoming. KNIGHT, ANNE E., Secretarial Science, Detroit- Secretarial Science Club. KOWAL, WALTER C., B.S., Industrial Management, Detroit, Delta Sigma Pi, Society for the Advance- ment of Management. KRAWCHUK, FRED, Jr., B.S., Finance, Detroit, Industrial Management Club, Society for the Advancement of Management. KRUTSCH, RAYMOND T., B.S., Marketing, Wyan- dotte, Mich., Marketing Club. KRUZEL, THOMAS E., B.S., Accounting, Dearborn, Mich., Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Alpha Psi. KRUZMAN, DIANE C., B.S., Accounting, Dearborn, Mich., Alpha Sigma Tau pledge mistress, Pan- Hellenic Council, Women's League. KURZAVA, GERALD M., B.S., General Business, Royal Oak, Mich. KWASNY, PHILIP M., B.S., Industrial Management, Detroit, Delta Sigma Pi, Society for the Advance- ment of Management, S.A.M.E., A.U.S.A. presi- dent, Band, Rifles. LABOND, JAMES H., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Delta Sigma Pi secretary, Chorus. LAWRENCE, JAMES W., B.S., Industrial Manage- ment, Detroit, Society for the Advancement of Management. LEARMONT, TERRY D., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, T.B.C. LOPEZ, ROBERT, B.S., Economics, Detroit. LUGHEZZANI, JUDITH A., Secretarial Science, Lincoln Park, Mich. LUTZ, RICHARD B., B.S., Accounting, Dearborn, Alpha Chi, Young Republicans co-president, Poli- tical Union vice-president, Marketing Club. MAIER, ERNEST L., B.S., Marketing and Business Education, Detroit, Alpha Kappa Psi master of rituals, Tower photographer, Varsity News, photo- grapher, Sailing Club. MALICKE, DAVID R., B.S., Detroit. MANN, MICHAEL G., B.S., Marketing, Detroit, Management Club. I General Business, Marketing Club, Industrial MATYASIC, WALTER V., B.S., Marketing, Bellevue, Mich., Delta Sigma Pi, Marketing Club. MAURER, JOHN G., B.S., Industrial Management, Detroit, Soc. for Advancement of Management. MCCOLL, BRUCE H., B.S., Accounting, Pontiac, Mich., Beta Alpha Psi, Soc. for Advancement at Management. MCELLIGATT, EDWARD C., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Delta Sigma Pi Historian, Beta Alpha Psi. Mc GRATH, THOMAS J., B.S., Marketing, Bay City, Mich., Intramurals, Marketing Club. MC KIERNAN, JOHN T., B.S., Accounting, Rich- mond, Mich. Mc.AUGHLIN, ROSALIND C., B.S., General Busi- ness, St. Clair Shores, Mich., Alpha Sigma Tau president, vice-president, Phi Gamma Nu recording secretary, Management Club, I958 Motor City Tournament Queen candidate. MCSWEENEY, JOSEPH J., B.S., Accounting, Detroit, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi president, Veteran's Association, Society tor Advancement of Management. MICKA, RICHARD G., B.S., Economics, Monroe, Mich., AFROTC Rille Team, AFROTC. MIERZEJEWSKI, EUGENE J., B.S., Accounting, Wyandotte, Mich., Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi MITCHELL, HENRY P., B.S., Accounting, Ham- tramck, Mich. MONTGOMERY, WILLIAM E., B.S., Accounting. Farmington, Mich., Arnold Air Society, S.A.M.E., Military Ball Committee treasurer, Blood Drive co-chairman, Spring Carnival. MOONEY, EDWARD H., B.S., General Business, Detroit, Alpha Chi. MORKER, CAROL A., B.S., Economics and Business Administration, Detroit Delta Zeta, Eco- nomics Club recording secretary, Chorus, Dearborn Carpool. MORTONSON, RALPH E., B.S., Accounting, Detroit. College of Commerce and Finance IDayI Eng:neer:ng MUELLER THOMAS O BS lndustr:al Manage ment Detro:t Alpha Kappa Ps: MURPHY JOHNJ BS Account:ng Sault Ste Mane MIC:- NEENAN THOMASA BS Account:ng Detro:t Veteran s Assocratlon Young Democrat:cs NEME JOSEPH B BS Fore:gn Trade Detro:t Delta S:gma P: pres:dent Chorus socual cha:rman NORTZ GARY A BS lndustr:al Management Syracuse N Y St Francls Club treasurer Soc:ety tor Advancement ol Management treasurer NOVAK ROBERTJ BS Market:ng Allen Park M:ch Ph: Kappa Theta soc:aI cha:rman, treasurer Market:ng Club Inter Fratern:ty Football Bowl:ng and Baseball OCONNOR PATRICIAL BS General Busnness Detro:t Delta Zeta Freshman Or:entat:on Soc:ety tor Advancement at Management ODONNELL CHARLES R BS Account:ng Detro:t Delta S:gma P: treasurer OKRAGLY RONALDJ BS lndustr:al Manage ment Detro:t Delta S:gma P Soc:ety for Advancement of Management PACKARD CHARLES A BS Account:ng WII mette III Delta S:gma Ph: Blue Key Ch:cago Club Pnnwheels Thunderb:rd Dr:II 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Delta P: Kappa pres:dent Vars:ty News busmess manager Tower bus:ness manager Chorus SIESS EDWARD M BS Market:ng Dearborn M:ch Veterans Assoc:at:an Market:ng Club Soc:ety lor Advancement ot Management SLEVIN KATHLEENM Secretor:aI Sc:ence Grosse Po:nte M:ch S:gma S:gma S:gma correspond:ng secretary T959 Homecom:ng Queen Conclrdate Freshman Onentatlon SMIGIELSKI JAMES R BS lndustr:al Manage ment Detro:t Soc:ety tor Advancement ot Manage ment Management Club SMITH JAMES P BS Account:ng Detro:t Flymg Club SPICA VINCENT BS Fore:gn Trade Detro:t Delta Ph: Eps:lon Internat:onal Students Assoc: at:an French Club SPICER JAMES P BS lndustr:al Management Detro:t Soc:ety for Advancement of Management STAATS WILLIAM A BS Market:ng Grosse Po:nte Woods M:ch Ph: S:gma Kappa Market:ng Club Sk: Club STONE WILLIAM H J BS Forengn Trade Detro:t Kappa S:gma Kappa treasurer Econom:cs Cub STROMEI VINCENT N BS lndustr:al Manage ment Southheld M:ch Sk: Club v:ce pres:dent Veterans Assoc:at:on Soc:ety for the Advance ment of Management SZYNKOWSKI THOMAS J BS Account:ng Detro:t Alpha Kappa Ps: treasurer TAYLOR THOMAS H BS lndustr:al Manage ment Scarsdale NY St Franc:s Club Arnold A:r Soc:ety Sabre A:r Command Soc:ety for the Advancement of Management M:I:tary Ball Com m:ttee Homecommg T958 THEISEN ELIZABETH A Secretanal Sc:ence Detro:t Secretarlal Sc:ence Club TOMASSINI JEAN A BS Market:ng Detro:t Theta Ph: Alpha treasurer correspond:ng secre representat:ve Student Counc:l freshman represen tat:ve Players recordlng secretary Market:ng Club treasurer Management Club Campus Chnstmas Party general cha:rman VERONA PATSYJ BS Market:ng Houston P Delta S:gma Ph: Blue Key Knrghts I Columbus Sk: Club Booster Club Young Repub I:cans Club Market:ng Club Football Letter Delta S:gma Ph: house manager pledge pres:dent rush halrman T959 Homecom:ng general cha:rman Sweetle P:e of Theta Ph: Alpha Suddenly Its T928 cha:rman T958 Homecom:ng Parade cha:rman Greek Games cha:rman Spr:ng Carn:val Com m:ttee VOLPE RICHARD F BS Econom:cs Dearborn M:ch WARNER JAMES E BS Account:ng Detro:t WASHO JOSEPH P BS Account:ng Detro:t WILLIAMS RONALD J BS Market:ng Detro:t Delta S:gma P: Inter Fratern:ty Bowl:ng Football Baseball and Basketball Chorus Spr:ng Carn:val fratermty booth cha:rman Delta S:gma P: athletlc d:rector WYLLIE WILLIAM E BS lndustr:al Manage ment Detro:t Alpha Kappa Ps: Soc:ety for the Advancement of Management A U S A ZACCOUR JUAN A BS General Busmess Cal: Colomb:a Delta S:gma Ph Blue Key Internat:onal Student Assoc:at:on Market:ng Club Young Republ:cans Vars:ty Fenc:ng Homecom:ng T959 Homecommg Queen Cha:rman Spr:ng Carn:val pr:ze cha:rman ZALKE JOSEPH T BS Market:ng Detro:t Alpha Ch: treasurer Market:ng Club Young Republ:cans AFROTC Thunderbnrd Dr:lI Team Spr:ng Carn:val Parade Comm:ttee ZANGLIN JOSEPH P BS Account:ng Wyan datte M:ch Delta Ph: Eps:lon Soc:ety lor Advancement of Management Young Democrats ZINNIKAS JOHN D BS Account:ng Detro:t Delta S:gma P: Beta Alpha Ps: Beta Gamma S:gma AIMETTE ALEXANDER A BEE Electr:cal Eng: neer:ng Bogota NJ Ph: Kappa Theta Tau Beta P: Eta Kappa Nu Amerncan Inst:tute of Electr:cal Engmeers Inst:tute at Rad:o Engnneers Sabre A:r Command AFROTC Dr:II Team ANDERSON ROBERT A BEE Electr:cal Eng: neer:ng Hawthorne N J Tau Beta P: A I E E IR E correspond:ng secretary member Jo:nt Student Branch Sect:on B A U S A ANNICK JOHN W BS wrth IO Electr:cal Eng:neer:ng Scranton P Eta Kappa Nu v:ce pres:dent A I E E I R E cha:rman correspond secretary Eng:neer:ng Student Counc:l ARENTS DONALD N B Ae E Aeronaut:cal Eng: neer:ng Grand Rap:ds M:ch Inst:tute of Aero nautlcal Sciences BALDWIN RICHARD A B M E Mechan:cal Eng:neer:ng Detralt Ph: S:gma Kappa P: Tau S:gma Blue Key v:ce pres:dent JProm cha:rman Eng:neer:ng Student Counc:l representatuve Stu dent Counc:l representat:ve AROTC commander SAE ASME SAME AUSA BALENT RICHARD L BAeE Aeronaut:cal Eng: neer:ng Monroe M:ch Inst:tute of the Aero naut:cal Sc:ences BALICKI JAMES F BEE Electr:cal Eng:neer:ng Detro:t Tau Beta P: pledge master Eta Kappa Nu pledge master A I E E I R E record:ng secretary BARONE VITO S B Ch E Chem:cal Eng:neer:ng Saglnaw M:ch A I Ch E BARR WILLIAM F B M E Mechan:cal Eng:neer:ng Detro:t ASME SAE BARRETT THOMAS W B S Electr:cal Eng: neer:ng Lackawanna N Y A I E E I R E BARRON JAMES M B S Electr:cal Eng:neer:ng Nlagara Falls N Y IR E A I E E BARTELS GUSTAVE L BS Mechan:cal Eng: neer:ng Detro:t BARTOSZEWICZ JOHN S BChE Chem:cal Eng:neer:ng Rochester N Y A I Ch E BAUER WILLIAM J BAeE Aeronaut:cal Eng: neer:ng Detro:t AFROTC Sabre A:r Command BAUMANN CHARLES J B M E Mechan:cal Eng: neer:ng Detro:t Tau Beta P SAE ASME BAYMA ROBERT W B E E Electr:cal Eng:neer:ng Detro:t Tuyere Tau Beta P: Eta Kappa Nu Blue Key Alpha S:gma Nu A I E E I R E Eng:neer :ng Student Counc:l pres:dent Student Counc:l TEPTESGHIOIIVS BEABER ROBERT N B S E E Electr:cal Eng:neer :n Royal Oak M:ch A I E E IR E BELASKI JOSEPH H B Ch E Chem:cal Eng:neer :ng Wyandotte M:ch A I Ch E 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' ' I -I - -I I I I I -I - -I I 2 I . .5 I 5 I' " ' " ' ' I 1 I 5 . . . .1 . . . - - BROOKS, JAMES B., B.C.E., Civil Engineering, Roseville, Mich., Tuyere, A.S.C.E. BURNS, RICHARD N., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, St. Clair Shores, Mich., Delta Pi Kappa, Tower photographer, A.S.M.E. BUYAN, JON R.-, B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Detroit, Tau Beta Pi president, recording secretary, Alpha Sigma, Nu president, Eta Kappa Nu, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., Sabre Air Command, Handball, Engineering Student Council corresponding secre- tary, Blue Key. CALVISI, LOUIS R., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing, Detroit, S.A.E. -Secretary-treasurer, A.S.M.E., U-D Band. CAMPOLO, FRANCIS J., B.S., Aeronautical Engi- neering, Cleveland, Ohio, Chi Sigma Phi president, Blue Key treasurer, president, St. Francis Club, I.A.S. recording secretary, Sabres, Intramurals, Homecoming T958 general chairman, Spring Carnival T959 general chairman, Spring Carnival T958 construction chairman, Slide Rule Dinner, Student Council, vice-president, Engineering Stu- dent Council, Intertraternity Council, President's Advisory Cabinet. CARTY, WILLIAM F., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, St. 'Clair Shores, Mich., A.S.M.E., S.A.E. CARUSO, PETER L., B.Ar.E., Architectural Engi- neering, Cleveland, Ohio, A.I.A. Student Chapter. CHAMBERLAIN, GEORGE E., B.S., Aeronautical Engineering, Detroit, I.A.S. CHERVENAK, PAUL R.: B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Detroit, S.A.E., A.S.M.E. CHIACCHIA, DANIEL L., B.S., Civil Engineering, Blasdell, N.Y., Kappa Sigma Kappa. CHIN, RAYMOND K.Y., B.S.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Windsor, Ont., A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. CHOCHOLEK, STANLEY E., B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engineering, Madison Heights, Mich., S.A.E., A.S.M.E. CISEK, EDWARD J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Detroit, S.A.E., AFROTC. CLANCY, ROBERT J., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engi- neering, New York, N.Y., Tau Beta Pi, A.I.Ch.E., A.C.S. CLARK, DANIEL R., B.C.E., Civil Engineering, Belleville, N.J., A.S.C.E. president, vice-president, Engineering Student Council. CRAWFORD, WILLIAM N., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Detroit, A.l.E.E. -I.R.E. CULHANE, DANIEL J., B.S., Aeronautical Engi- neering, Rochester, N.Y., Phi Kappa Theta, I.A.S. CULVER, WALTER J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Bronx, N.Y., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., Rifle team, Intramurals. DAILEY, JAMES J., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering, Detroit, A.I.Ch.E. DASZKIEWICZ, JOHN W., B.C.E., Civil Engineer- ing, Buffalo, N.Y. DAUERER, WALTER P., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Bronx, N.Y., Tau Beta Pi vice-president, pledge master, Eta Kappa Nu, Engineering Student Council, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. treasurer, Honor Organi- zation Council. DAY, DENNIS J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Boonville, Mo., A.l.E.E.-l.R.E., R.E.A. vice- president, U-D Band. DECKER, J. LAWRENCE, B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Pontiac, Mich., A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. DEFAUW MARVIN B., B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Detroit, Delta Phi Epsilon, A.S.M.E. DEMATTEIS, WILLIAM M., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Wilkes Barre, Pa., Tuyere, A.l.E.E.- I.R.E. DIGIORGIO, ANTHONY D., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Rahway, N.J., A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. vice- president, Shorts Circuits sports editor, Intra- murals. DIMAGGIO, SIMON A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Detroit, Pi Tau Sigma, Slide Rule Dinner Committee, Inter-Fraternity Council, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. DITUCCI, JOSEPH J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Rochester, N.Y., A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. DOBROSKI, JEROME E., B.S.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Duryea, Pa., A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. correspond- ing secretary. DOBRZYNSKI, STANLEY M., B.E.E., Electrical 318 ' W College of Engineering Engineering, Detroit, A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. DODT, ROBERT C., B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Dearborn, Mich., Tau Beta Pi, S.A.E. DOMAN, PATRICK A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Saginaw, Mich., S.A.E., A.S.M.E. DOMINO, WALTER J., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Buffalo, N.Y., A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. DORKO, JOHN L., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engi- neering, Wyandotte, Mich., Knights of Columbus, I.A.S. DUDEK, CONRAD L., B.C.E., Civil Engineering, Detroit, A.S.C.E. DUNSTAN, ROBERT F., B.E.E., Electrical Engineer- ing, Detroit, A.I.E.E. DURST, DAVID P., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, New Rochelle, N..Y. DUSA, DONALD J., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Eggi- neering, Detroit, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, I.S.A. ENDRES, BERNARD L., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engi- neering, Marine City, Mich., Tau Beta Pi, I.S.A. FAHEY, FRANK R., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Kingston, Pa., Tau Beta Pi, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. corresponding secretary. FALK, JAMES E., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Monroe, Mich., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E.--l.R.E. FARABAUGH, BERNARD A., B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engineering, Erie, Pa., A.S.M.E., S.A.E. FARRELL, GARY P., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing, Detroit, S.A.E., A.S.M.E., Engineering Student Council Television Committee. FAZZIO, FRANK A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Detroit. FENG, LOUIS T., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan China. FILECCIA, GENESE L., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engi- neering, East Detroit, Mich., I.A.S., AFROTC Thunderbirds.. FILLIP, JEROME J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Romulus, Mich. FISHER, THEODORE F., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engi- neering, Buffalo, N.Y., A.l.Ch.E. FLAJOLE, MICHAEL J., B.C.E., Civil Engineering, Royal'Oak, Mich., A.S.C.E. FRANKOVSKY, ANDREW J., Jr., B.S., Electrical Engineering, Jessup, Pa., Tau Beta Pi, A.I.E.E.- I.R.E., Apostleship of Prayer. FREEMAN, ROBERT J., B.C.E., Civil Engineering, Cass City, Mich., A.S.C.E. FUHER, RICHARD G., B.Ar.E., Architectural Engi- neering, Pittsburgh, Pa., Phi Kappa Theta presi- dent, A.I.A. -vice-president, Rifles, GANNON, DAVID J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Hempstead, N.Y., S.A.M.E., A.S.M.E., American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-conditioning Engineers, Reno Hall Council president, Intramurals, Homecoming Dance Com- mittee 'l958, Reno Hall Homecoming Float chair- man, I958, Reno Hall T959 Spring Carnival Booth chairman, S.A.M.E. T956 Spring Carnival Booth chairman, Student Advisory Cabinet. GASCOYNE, RICHARD J., B.Ar.E., Architectural Engineering, Newark, N.J., A.I.A. GAVNER, JOSEPH F., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Buffalo, N.Y. ' GIROUX, RAYMOND J., B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engineering, Detroit, S.A.E. GREIF, WILLIAM J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineer- ing, Detroit, Rifles, Tau Beta Pi, S.A.E., AROTC Drill Team, S.A.M.E., T959 Spring Carnival dance decorations chairman. GROSS, J. ERNEST, Jr., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering, Birmingham, Mich., Delta Tau Delta, Pi Tau Sigma, S.A.E., A.S.M.E. GUTCH, GEORGE J., B.S., Electrical Engineering, Swoyerville, Pa., A.l.E.E. -l.R.E. GUVOR, FREDERICK G., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Marine City, Mich., Phi Kappa Theta, A.I.E.E., Apostleship of Prayer. HAASE, DONALD E., B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Detroit, Varsity Basketball, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. HALL, FRANK W., B.Ar.E., Architectural Engi- neering, Detroit, A.I.A. HANAWALT, THOMAS E., B.Ar.E., Architectural Engineering, Detroit. HANLON, ROBERT A., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engi- neering, Detroit. HARRIS, RICHARD B., B.S.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Detroit, Sabre Air Command, Eta Kappa Nu, AFROTC Thunderbird Drill Team, A.I.E.E.- I.R.E. HAUSE, KARL J., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engi- neering, Kitchener, Ont., I.A.S. HENSIEN, GILBERT J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Detroit, S.A.E., A.S.M.E. HERMES, PHILLIP H., B.S., Mechanical Engineer- ing, Louisville, Ky., Sodality, Human Relations Club, St. Francis Club. HIGGINS, KEVIN J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Cleveland, Ohio, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E., Huddle Club, Freshman Basketball. HINSCH, JAMES E., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering, Detroit, A.I.Ch.E. president. HOBAN, THOMAS W., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Detroit, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. HOHENBRINK, MARK F., B.S.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering, Fort Jennings, Ohio, A.l.Ch.E. HOLBROOK, RICHARD L., B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engineering, Detroit, Pi Tau Sigma recording secretary, Tau Beta Pi, Band. JANUS, VIRGINIA C., B.Ar.E., Architectural Engineering, Detroit, A.I.A. secretary. JOHNSON, WILLIAM E., B.S., Chemical Engi- neering, Detroit, Kappa Sigma Kappa, A.l.Ch.E. JOHNSTON, RICHARD W., B.Ch.E., Chemical Engineering, Detroit, A.I.Ch.E. JONES, CHARLES M., B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Detroit, Men's Union Board of Governors, Veteran's Organization, Varsity News, associate news editor, Student Council, representative, Engineering Student Council, representative, pub- licity director, A.S.H.A.E., Intramurals, I958 Spring Carnival, publicity and midway committees, Fresh- man Variety Show 1958, chairman, A.S.T.M. honorary member. KAISER, ROBERT A., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Buffalo, N.Y., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E., S.A.M.E., Flintlocks, Intramural basketball. KAKALEC, MICHAEL A., B.S., Electrical Engi- neering, McAdao, Pa., Tau Beta Pi, Sodality, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. KAMINSKI, EUGENE J., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engi- neering, Stratford, Conn., I.A.S. KANE, THOMAS J., B.M.E., Mechanical Engi- neering, Detroit, Chi Sigma Phi, S.A.E., A.S.M.E. KARAM, WILLIAM G., B.S.C.E., Civil Engineering, Scranton, Pa., A.I.A., A.S.C.E., Intramurals. KELLY, J. THOMAS, B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Archbald, Pa., Short Circuits, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. KELSCH, JOHN J., B.S.C.E., Civil Engineering, Leelanau, Mich., A.S.C.E. KENNEDY, LAWRENCE A., B.M.E., Mechanical Engineering, Detroit, Tau Beta Pi secretary, Pi Tau Sigma treasurer, S.A.E. president, Engi- neering Student Council representative, Freshman Football. KENNEDY, ROBERT L., B.E.E., Electrical Engineer- ing, Grosse Pointe, Mich., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E. -l.R.E. KIEFFER, RICHARD J., B.S., Chemical Engineer- ing, Buffalo, N.Y., Tau Beta Pi, A.l.Ch.E., Engineering Student Council T.V. program com- mittee. KIMMEL, ANTHONY F., B.E.E., Electrical Engi- neering, Detroit. KINSELLA, RICHARD J., B.Ae.E., Aeronautical Engineering, Fresh Meadows, N.Y., I.A.S. KLUEG, EUGENE P., B.S., Aeronautical Engi- neering, Sandusky, Ohio, I.A.S. KNEESE, JAMES L., B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Toledo, Ohio, S.A.E., A.S.M.E., Chi Sigma Phi, St. Francis Club, Intramural Football, Varsity Football, Carnival, Tower Ball. KOENIG, ROBERT L., B.S., Electrical Engineering, Detroit, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. KOSCO, THOMAS J., B.E.E., Electrical Engineering, Detroit, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, A.I.E.E.- l.R.E. corresponding secretary. KOINNACKI. WILLIAM J., B.S.M.E., Mechanical Engineering, Erie, Pa., Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. KRAMER KENNETH W B S Chem:cal Eng:neer :ng C:nc:nnat: Oh:o Ph: S:gma Kappa A I Ch E LANGAN LAWRENCE J B S E E Electncal Eng: neer:ng Detro:t AIEE Rad:o Eng:neers Assoc: atlon LAPRAD JAMES B BS Chem:cal Eng:neer:ng Detro:t Sodallty Human Relotrons Club A I Ch E Student Un:on personnel manager LASKEY JAMES T BAeE Aeronautlcal Eng: neer:ng Detro:t IA S LEFEVRE CLYDE E BEE Electncal Eng:neer:ng Detro:t Delta S:gma Ph: I R E LEMIEUX JOSEPH H BArE Arch:tecturaI Eng: neer:ng R:ver Rouge M:ch LEWIS GERALD E BEE EIectr:caI Eng:neer:ng E e Pa A I E E I R E cha:rman Eta Kappa Nu LINCOLN JOSEPH A B S Chem:cal Eng:neer:ng Lyons M:ch A I Ch E LOUGHRAN JAMES W BS EIectr:caI Eng: neer:ng W:Ikes Barre Pa A I E E LUBINSKI THOMAS P B Ae E Aeronaut:caI Eng: neer:ng Wyandotte M:ch P: Tau S:gma Soclallty I A S secretary MANCINI DONALD B BS Arch:tecturaI Eng: neer:ng Detro:t MARCHAND ALBERT J BS C:v:I Eng:neer:ng I.:ncoIn Park M:ch MARINO ANTHONY R B ArE Archltectural Eng:neer:ng Detro:t Tuyere MARKOWICZ 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BRANDT, ARTHUR F., D.D.S., Flint, Mich., Psi Omega. BRYKALSKI, JULIUS M., D.D.S., Detroit, Psi Omega. BUSKIRK, GEORGE E., D.D.S., Royal Oak, Mich., Delta Sigma Delta. CARSTENS, NORMAN K., D.D.S., Grosse Pointe Park, Mich., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Psi Omega. J.A.D.A., Centennial Student Clinician Association, Alpha Sigma Nu, sophomore class vice-president, junior class senator, senior class Student Council representative. COMELLA, JOSEPH T., D.D.S., Detroit, Magi. COOK, THOMAS M., D.D.S., Detroit, Xi Psi Phi. COSGROVE, WILLIAM J., D.D.S., Bloomfield Hills. Mich., Psi Omega, J.A.D.A. DAVISON, ROBERT F., D.D.S., Alpena, Mich., Xi Xi Psi Phi, J.A.D.A. DEMAS, THEODORE J., D.D.S., Detroit, Psi Omega, J.A.D.A. DOLIN, SARA, D.D.S., Allen Park, Mich., J.A.D.A. DUNSKY, JOEL L., D.D.S., Detroit, Phi Sigma Delta, Alpha Omega vice-president, J.A.D.A. DYLEWSKI, JOHN J., D.D.S., Wyandotte, Mich., Psi Omega, Alpha Sigma Nu, J.A.D.A. FREDAL, JOHN M., D.D.S., Detroit, Psi Omega. 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JACOBSON, JOSEPH M., D.D.S., Detroit, Alpha Omega, editor. KANER, ALBERT H., D.D.S., Detroit, Alpha Omega secretary, Honorary Math Society. KANER, MANUEL J., D.D.S., Detroit, Alpha Omega. KAY, ROBERT A., D.D.S., Dearborn, Mich., Delta Sigma Delta. KNEISLER, WILLIAM T., D.D.S., Detroit, Psi Omega. KOSTI, CARL M., D.D.S., Detroit, Sigma Phi Lamda, Psi Omega. KRZEMINSKI, ARTHUR E., D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Delta, worthy master, J.A.D,A., Cavaliers, grand master. LEPAK, JOSEPH C., D.D.S., Garden City, Mich., Xi Psi Phi. Delta Sigma Phi, varsity football. LOKAR, ROBERT R., D.D.S., Detroit, Psi Omega, iunior class treasurer. MACKAY, FRANK, D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Phi, J.A.D.A. MARION, RONALD P., D.D.S., Detroit, xi Psi Phi, vice-president and secretary, iunior class secretary, senior class secretary, Cavaliers, worthy master. MATALON, VICTOR, D.D.S., Burbank, Calif., Xi Psi Phi. MCCOY, JAMES S., D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Delta historian. Alpha 320 McCRAY, JIM H., D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Delta. McMANUS, JOHN E., D.D.S., Windsor Ontario, Delta Sigma Delta, iunior class vice-president. MEsKiN, LAWRENCE H.. D.D.S., Detroit, Alpha Omega, clinic chairman. MINTZ, SHELDON M., D.D.S., Detroit, Phi Sigma Delta, Alpha Omega. NASSAR, JAMES, D.D.S., Highland Park, Mich., Delta Sigma Delta. NEU, HANS E., D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Delta. OPRON, JOSEPH J., D.D.S., Detroit, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Psi Omega grand master and pledge master, Polud Club, freshman class president, J.A.D.A. PELLEGRINO, V. RICHARD, D.D.S., St. Clair Shores, Mich., Delta Sigma Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta. PETROUS, MARVIN J., D.D.S., Detroit, Xi Psi Phi, J.A.D.A. PFEIFLE, HENRY W., D.D.S., Detroit, Xi Psi Phi. PICCINNI, MARTIN F., D.D.S., Detroit, Xi Psi Phi, J.A.D.A. RECK, RAYMOND S., D.D.S., Detroit, Xi Psi Phi. RENTSCHLER, PHILIP B., D.D.S., Jackson, Mich., Xi Psi Phi. ROEHRIG, H. LOUIS, D.D.S., Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich., Magi, Psi Omega, secretary, J.A.D.A. SAMPSON, RICHARD L., D.D.S., Detroit, Xi Psi Phi. SANDS, RALPH S., D.D.S., Detroit, Alpha Omega, recording secretary, J.A.D.A. SCHULTZ, ARTHUR H., D.D.S., Detroit, Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Delta. SELLARS, HARRY G., D.D.S., Detroit, Xi Psi Phi president, J.A.D.A., sophomore class president. SHAVER, WILLIAM P., D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Delta. . SPRING, ROGER F., D.D.S., Ada, Mich. SZWEJKOWSKI, DANIEL R., D.D.S., Detroit, Xi Psi Phi. TURANSKY, STEPHEN W., D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Delta. VAN GILDER, HAROLD W., D.D.S., Monroe, Mich., Delta Sigma Delta, junior class president. WEISENBURGER, ROBERT P., D.D.S., Toledo L'n..o. Psi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta, freshman class treasurer. WHITE, DONALD R., D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Delta. WISNUDEL, RUBEN, D.D.S., Flint, Mich.: Alpha Omega. WOLFE, WILLARD E., D.D.S., Dearborn, Mich., Delta Sigma Delta, freshman class secretary, senior class president. WOODFORD, RENWICK D., D.D.S., Sonora, Calif., Xi Psi Phi, freshman class president. WYSOCKI, KENNETH C., D.D.S., Lathrup VilIagE, Mich., Psi Omega, North-South Car Pool. ZALLA, HARVEY B., D.D.S., Oak Park, Mich., Alpha Omega, J.A.D.A. ZDRAL, STANLEY W., D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Delta, J.A.D.A. ZIELINSKI, REGINALD J., D.D.S., Dearborn, Mich.: Psi Omega. ZIELKE, DAVID R., D.D.S., Detroit, Delta Sigma Phi pledge trainer, Delta Sigma Delta president and treasurer, Spanish Club, J.A.D.A. ZIJZICH, CHARLES N., D.D.S., Royal Oak, Mich., Xi Psi Phi. Alpha DENTAL HYGIENISTS BAITINGER, BONNIE A., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A., U-D Chorus. BALCOM, JUDITH L., Dental Hygiene, Berkley, Mich., J.A.D.A. BELL, JACQUELYN G., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A. BOELTE, MARION J., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A., senior class treasurer. BOHAS, NANCY, Dental Hygiene, Dearborn, Mich., J.A.D.A. CROWLEY, M. DIANE, Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A., freshman class president, senior class president. DAUTRICK, KAY ANN, Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A. DOONAN,MARILYN E., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A. I DYMKOWSKI, BEVERLY A., Dental Hygiene, Oak Park, Mich., J.A.D.A. FANCY, NOREEN E., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A. FAULK, JOAN M., Dental Hygiene, Harper Woods, Mich.: J.A.D.A. GALIN, cHERiE-LYNNE, Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A. C-ALviN, MAUREEN A., Denial Hygiene, oeffoii, J.A.D.A. GEORGEADES, JOANN M., Grosse Pointe, Mich., J.A.D.A. HARIG, RAENYL C., Dental Rapids, Mich., J.A.D.A., freshman class secretary. HEBERT, SHIRLEE R., Dental Hygiene, Royal Oak, Mich., J.A.D.A., senior class sergeant-at-arms. HERBERT, DONNA J., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A., freshman class treasurer. KAZMER, CONSTANCE R., Dental Hygiene, Mt. Clemens, Mich., J.A.D.A. KENNEDY, CAROL R., Dental Hygiene, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich., J.A.D.A., senior class his- torian. LEPIC, JANICE C., Dental Hygiene, Downers Grove, Ill., J.A.D.A. LLOYD, MARJORIE S., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A. LOCKE, IRENE M., Dental Hygiene, Royal Oak, Mich., J.A.D.A. LONG, LINDA P., Dental Hygiene, Akron, Ohio, J.A.D.A. NAMEN, ELAINE A., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A. MALINOWSKI, BEVERLY A., Dental Hygiene, Pontiac, Mich., J.A.D.A. MASSUCCI, ANN C., Dental Hygiene, Highland Park, Mich., J.A.D.A. MOYNIHAN, JEANNE M., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A., freshman class historian. NIGHTINGALE, PATRICIA J., Dental Hygiene, Utica, Mich., J.A.D.A. PAGENETTE, MARY JANE, Dental Hygiene, Southfield, Mich., Kappa Beta Gamma, J.A.D.A. PAYETTE, MARY H., Dental Hygiene, Grosse Ile, Mich., J.A.D.A. RAWLEY, DIANNE M., Dental Hygiene, Flint, Mich., J.A.D.A. ROSEN, SHARON L., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A., senior class vice-president. SCHLAFFER, KAREN C., Dental Hygiene, Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich., J.A.D.A., freshman class social chairman. SHERMAN, RENEE J., Dental Hygiene, Detroit, J.A.D.A. SWARTZ, BARBARA L., Dental Hygiene, Troy, Mich., J.A.D.A. Dental Hygiene, Hygiene, Grand COLLEGE OF LAW ANDERSON, THOMAS D., Jr., L.L.B., Rocktord, Mich., Student Bar Association, Inn of St. Ives, Student Advisory Council. BASFORD, MICHAEL J., L.L.B., Birmingham, Mich.: Delta Theta Phi, 500 Club, Law Journal, editor of Michigan section. BELLANCA, PETER J., L.L.B., St. Clair Shores, Mich., Gamma Eta Gamma, Student Advisory Council, Law Journal. BROWN, JOHN R., L.L.B.,Detroit, Phi Sigma Kappa. Board of Moot Court Directors, freshman class treasurer, member of National Moot Court Com- petition Team. BROWNE, JOHN P., L.L.B., East Cleveland, Ohio, Delta Theta Phi, Lawyers' Literary Club, 500 Club, Carroll Quarterly, intramural football, senior class chancellor, co-chairman, S.F.B. Society. BRUNTON, RODNEY F., L.L.B., Detroit, Gamma Eta Gamma, chairman Board Directors. DIETZ, JOHN H., L.L.B., Detroit, Delta Theta Phi, Bar Association. of Moot Court senior class secretary, Student DILWORTH, EDMOND J., Jr., L.L.B., Detroit, Delta Theta Phi, 500 Club, Law Journal managing editor, intramural football, freshman class president, co- choirman S.F.B. Society. 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DiCicco Engineering Student Councilwus Ofgonlzed Mcfcl' 9' 1949, to serve as a co- ordinating body of the organizations of the College of Engineering and Architecture and as a representative body of all engineering students. The Council is comprised of the four Engineering Representatives of the University Student Council and representatives of the engineering or- ganizations. They sponsored the Slide Rule Dinner, the Engineering Television Show, iChannel 561, the Underclassmen Tutoring Program, Junior Orientation for co-operative engineering students, and the Engineer of the Year Award. Officers: R. Bayma, president, R. Simoneau, vice president, J. Buyan, corresponding secretary, D. DiCicco, recording secre- tary-treasurer. Members: R. Baldwin, W. Bauer, R. Belprez, A. Bertolino, J. Billheimer, S. Chocholek, D. Clark, W. Dauerer, A. DiGiorgio, T. Faber, J. Holler, G. Lewis, B. Moriarty, D. Moyes, J. Nance, L. O'Dell, R. Parker, L. Plant, L. Radtke, T. Ruwart, R. Schaller, R. Schuler, G. Schultz, J. Teresko, E. Valera, D. Wahl, D. Klenda, T. LaPointe, N. Blum, R. Scullen, D. Veenstra. QTL Q... , -s H 5 ls Q . X-V It -, -' T lr 'ex' Q V , l g fi Q 4 G. Campbell P. Brosnahan J. Heilman the freshman and sophomore mens' dorm, built in 1946, Holden Hall' was the first residence hall on campus and houses 179 students. The residents in Holden Hall participated in all campus events, from a booth at Spring Carnival to pep rallies to intramural sports. Independently of the rest of the campus, they sponsored inter-dorm bowling, dorm dances and mixers. Holden Hall has a seat on the Spring Carnival Committee, is a member of the President's Student Advisory Board, the Sports Council, and the Out-of- Town Students' Committee. Officers: G. Campbell, president, J. Heilman, secretary, P. Brosnahan, treasurer, J. Morrissey, athletic chairman, the Rev. C. Hartmann, S. J., moderator. ' ' ' planned a pamphlet listing Honor Organization Council and describing an honor organizations on this campus, sponsored a committee to establish honor organi- zations in the larger depart- ments and awarded a merit certificate to all graduates whose cumulative average was three point or better. Officers: R. Schuler, president, B. Lomb, vice president, R. Parker, recording secretary-treasurer, D. Curtin, corresponding secretary. Mem- bers: M. Bruce, J. Buyan, H. Byle, T. Stock, J. Miller, W. Dauerer, R. Sporman, L. O'Dell, J. Uicher, Jr., J. McSweeney, F. Campolo, R. Belprez, E. Czarnota, T. Knapp, J. Gorcyca, S. Monaghan, F. Rizzo, F. Russo. 322 B. Lamb R. Parker l l ss- , t f .ip- . 'F 5 P. Messano R. Gould W. Nemke In-ter-fraternity council' an organization consisting of fra- ternity presidents and a representa- tive from each fraternity, strove to further the aims of fraternal life, provided aid to member fraternities and promoted relations between fraternities, the University and the community. lt co-sponsored Greek Weekend, Greek Night, Greek Seminar and the Greek Ball. Officers: P. Messano, president, M. Neibauer, vice president, R. Gould, secretary, B. Menke, treasurer, J. Rose, moderator. Members: T. Wright, J. Marshall, R. Taurence, F. Campolo, S. DeMascio, J. Neme, R. Mioskowski, R. Fuher, T. Warren, B. Braeuner, D. Kuiawa, R. Bayma. Junior American Dental Association 'S fhe, Sflfeg' overmn o of the School of Dentistry. Every class is represented. Their p?oiects iiiclud: the sponsorship and up-keep of the student center, the Odonto Ball, a booth at Carnival and the stimulation of interest in dentistry and associated fields. Officers: W. Wole, president, P. Greig, secretary-treasurer, Dr. R. Rochon, moderator. Class representatives: J. DeMeyer, freshman, W. Engelman, sopho- more, F. Markie, iunior, M. Crowley, second year hygienist, S. Malooly, first year hygienist. Mel-fs Union promotes unity among the men of U-D and provides social functions and facilities for their recreation and well-being. The governing body, the Student Union Board of Governors, is partly elected and partly appointed. ln addition to operating the Games Room in the Union, the board sponsors the Booster Club, tournaments, student trips, after-game dances and the Sunday night movie program. Officers: T. Dietz, president, D. Hull, vice president, M. Neibauer, secretary, B. Campbell, treasurer. Members: J. Sanatate, R. Smeteck, J. Stenger, J. Asam, W. Hall, B. Haycluk, J. LaMarra, McEvoy. V. Bonahoom S. Stewart J. Szelag Pan Hellenic council the governing body of sorority affairs, coordinates the activities of the soror- ities and improves relations between them. lt is composed of two representatives from each of the seven sororities on campus. They sponsored the lnter-Sorority Tea at the beginning of the semester to acquaint coeds with the sororities on campus. Together with the Inter-fraternity Council, Pan-Hell sponsored Greek Night, Greek Week and the Greek Ball. They also awarded a trophy to the sorority presenting the best act at the president, Delta Zeta, V. Bonahoom, vice S. Stewart, secretary, Gamma Sigma Sigma, Members: D. Kruzman, Alpha Sigma Tau, J. Lee, Delta Zeta, T. Lipiec, Gamma Sigma Greek Sing. Officers: P. Blossom, president, Kappa Beta Gamma, J. Szelag, treasurer, Sigma Delta. M. K. Buiold, Alpha Sigma Tau, Sigma, H. Schlachter, Kappa Beta Gamma, M. A. Slowinski, Sigma Delta, R. Sheridan, Sigma Sigma Sigma, RGIIO Hallcouncll governs 'fi li llliglil l """' , student dorm af- Q -Egg, N- 3 A ' fairs and sponsors recreation and V- X -. V5 "IT ,-' activity programs for them. Offi- -- - ' 1' ,." ' cers: R. Bowen, president, A. ' ., .A.,, . ., J l . as Gi ga- 'P ' I .,. ' B. Soberiaski, Sigma Sigma Sigma, J. Woodbeck, Theta Phi Alpha. Sterlitz, vice president, T. Moulton, secretary, J. Joan, treasurer, the Rev. W. Berdan, S.J., moderator. Tig! !'LJ.T'1 ' if Sai is .4 ' B. Bowen J. Johns Student Bar Association' the student governing body at the Law School, promotes student activities, particularly the closed retreat for students, freshman orientation, and pre-legal clinic, sponsors student convocations, and publishes the student directory. Socially, the board sponsors Thanksgiving and spring parties and the annual senior banquet. lt awards a trophy in the interfraternity moot court trial competition. student council' the highest body of student self-government, supervises all campus-wide student activities which concern the welfare and rights of the student body. Fifteen members were elected in the spring by a campus-wide vote and the other various campus elections, including those which bring the Spring Carnival into existence. lt also formed and supervised the following committees, Freshman Orientation Committee, Homecoming Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Student Seminar Committee, and the Senior Week Committee. This year the Council's big accomplishments were the re-organization of the Spring Carnival, the publication of the first Student Directory, the organization of a Model United Nations, and the establishment of a Financial Committee to supervise all Council funds. -me 'T ,4 S Hartzell V Bonahoom D Schabloher won-.en students League operating for the academic ' and social interests of UD is governed by the League Board elected in the spring by the entire coed body lt sponsored the Coed Welcome Tea the Sadie Shuffle the Campus Christmas Party the Mother Daughter Tea and the Dad Daughter Date Officers S Hartzell president M Buckalew vice president V Bonahoom corresponding secretary D Schobloher recording secretary J Mencotti treasurer Members S Hardwick D Fanale M Corona D Kruzman D Hahnke S Trombley P Drolet Publications Det'-olter in editorial policy is a magazine of general cultural interest similar to Harpers or the Atlantic Monthly Its articles are student written the magazine is published as a supplement to the Varsity News The first edition was published this spring by the students taking editing and layout Next year the plan is to bring the Detroiter out on a monthly basis F esco this year became the University s literary quarterly Though e magazine is student edited contributions come from professional writers Staff S Eisner editor J Miller circulation manager W F Dwyer administrative assistant J Mozzaro advisor the Rev J Magmer SJ director Law Journal' begun in August 1916 exerts a strong force forming legal opinion and in guiding ludicial and legislative trends The Journal now publishes five times a year in October December February April and June Stuff J Raleigh editorin chief J Browne managing editor T Sweeney business editor E Schwartz articles editor M Basford Michigan editor T Durkin reviews R Grace student writing editor T Wilks comment editor J Courter decisions editor J McGlynn advertising and subscriptions editor Writers P Bellanca G Garn J Hayes P McDonald R Maskery D Morello J Robertson S Spatafora was published for the first time this year tudent Dlrectory under the auspices of the Student Council andthe particular direction of Bob Bayma and Peter Bosso Staff B Patterson editorin chief T Kerwin layout editor J Schimmer copy editor D James assistant copy editor F McEvoy business manager T Dunne staff artist the Rev J MagmerSJ advisor and director wer This year the University s yearbook adopted a new policy to br g it in line with the great pictorial magazines of the day Look and Life The policy was to tell the story of the school year in pictures in executing this policy emphasis was placed on action and candid pictures rather than posed shots Staff see page 9 vars'-ty News the campus newspaper except for vacation periods ' was published twice a week during the school year Staff first semester S Sautter editorin chief B Monahan J Stenger managing editors B Murphy editorial director H Taylor associate news editor C Klinicki P Williams copyeditors S Nichols J Gohs photo editors B Schuster B Badarak M Kretler cartoonists S Stewart M McCann society editors S Hall A Zink sports editors C Drouillard circulation manager G Mullen business manager C81F Evening editor D. Camel, Law School S. Rosen, the Reverend J. editor, T. Locriccio, and Dental School editor, Magmer, S.J., advisor and director. Photographers: W. Susor, P. Foster, B. Breed, F. Gesinski, M. Wyels, P. Melcher, F. DeBenedicts, B. Klingsten. M. Mudge, S. Wesley. R. Thayer, A. Acho, K. M. Studer, J. Zamonski, B. Crane, G. McCormick, Staff Writers: J. McGillis, S. Latrielle, J. Grubba1 Reporters: T. Freel, J. MacDonald, E. Barsanti, Norton, J. Matz, S. Shaughnessy, M. Sullivan, R. Kubinski, J. Morrow, M. MacKenzie, N. Miller, K. Sullivan, M. Aydiner, M. Robertson, B. Chiodini, M. Bobrowski, R. Kuhne, K. McDermott, D. Rustoni, J. Morad, E. Rodocker, T. Boyle. Staff, second semester: J. Stenger, editor-in-chief, J. Leonard, C. Klinicki, managing editors, H. Taylor, P. Williams, editorial directors, J. Leonard, A. Zink, news editors, M. McCann, S. Stewart, copy editors, S. Nichols, J. Gohs, photo editors, R. Schuster, M. Krettler, B. Badorak, cartoonists, S. Wesley, A. Barnes, society editors, A. Acho, R. Thayer, sports editors, C. Drouillard, circulation manager, G. Mullen, business manager, the Reverend J. Magmer, S.J., advisor and director. Photographers: W. Susor, P. Melcher, F. Gesinski, E. Szabo. Staff Writers: J. McGillis, J. Grubbo S. Sautter, B. Murphy. Reporters: R. Chiodini, J. Morrow, D. Comel, A. Locriccio, S. Rosen, E. Rodocker, J. Matz, A. Campbell, T. Boyer, K. Sullivan, E. Barsanti, M. Robertson, R. Crane, N. Miller, M. Sullivan, R. Kuninski, M. Studer, M. Aydiner, M. McKenzie, T. Freel, J. MacDonald, K. Norton. Faculty Board of Directors was Ofgunlzed 'his YW. 'O govern and direct all Univere sity publications. lts functions were to appoint the editors of student publications approve their editorial policies and to review at periodic meetings the execution of this policy Members the Rev R Kearns SJ chairman the Rev J Magmer SJ secretary the Rev N Moeller SJ T A Emmet S Trupiano Mrs P McKenzie J Mansour and J Mozzaro Honorarles a national Jesuit honor society was organized Alpha slgrna Nu' onthe University of Detroit s campus in 1924 Fifteen male members of the lunior class are appointed annually on the basis of superior scholarship and outstanding loyalty and service to the University They presented the Christian Achievement Award this year to the organization which has served the University in an outstanding manner and at the same time maintained a high collective scholastic average The Alpha Sigma Nu Key was awarded to the student on campus who attained the highest scholastic average for four years Officers J Buyon president M Bruce vice president T Stock secretary G Johnson treasurer Fr H J Muller SJ moderator Members R Bayma N Carstens E Dilworth J Dylewski W McCuskey R Rais R Strauder Beta Ps., installed at UD in M rch 1954 is a honorary professional accounting fra ternity open to both men and women accounting mayors in their lunior or senior years who have maintained a quality point average of 3 0 in accounting and an overall 2 5 average The purpose of this fraternity is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as rendered by the accounting profession and to promote the study of accounting and its highest ethical standards Officers J McSweeney president G Johnson vice president T Kruzel secretary J Zinnikas treasurer G Mierzelewski historian L Puchalski honor council representative R Czarnecki moderator Members W Boyle J Campbell T Kruzel J Kane B McColl J Polec P Predhomme R Rito J Sciuto is a national commerce honor fratern ty Beta Gamma slgnla and sorority Members E Botsas G Johnson J McSweeney P Predhomme L Puchalski J Zinmkos L Allen E Crepeau A James W Kubicz M Lenane P Modoff H Sample L Snyders J Valvona DFitzgerald moderator Blue Key' a national honor society established to recognize outstanding students active in campus activities recognizes as important the ability of a student to excel not only scholastically but also to lead and participate in co curricular activities Members of the group presented the President s Night Dinner at which the Rev C J Steiner as president Iii l of the University and presidents of the numerous campus organ: zations were honored Officers F Campolo president R Bald 'er"' win vice president R Bayma recording secretary treasurer M Keenan corresponding secretary B Simoneau alumni secretary Members J Carolin J Buyon T Dietz Hul F Mc vo B Braeuner J LaMarra P Messono M Neubauer C Pack ard P Oliver R Roddy D Rosso E Treanor J Zaccaur P Verona L Plant R Parker M Bruce J atc' 'QAM' 411 R Baldwin M Keenan 323 .r as ps -' -I 1 1 1 we . 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The organization sponsored an Engineering Com- - munion Breakfast, awarded a Civil Engineering Hand- book to an outstanding senior civil engineering student at the Slide Rule Dinner, and participated in the Spring Carnival. Officers: R. Belprez, presi- -- rvf . dent, T. Ruwart, vice president, M. Simon, secretary- treasurer, J. Neyer, historian. Members: G. Schultz, J. Duren, W. For Chin, M. Grazioli, R. Leger, D. Vitins, Dr. E. Geer, Professor T. C. Hanson, G. LaPalm, C. Dudek, T. McNulty. ii! .g " if ' VJ. 5. :C I: 5' l lfjrfi .iff if ii l... B-.wc . V ii" T X V- "' 'fi i lih C A J i 2-fl. FV X FQ A 1 T. Ruwart Eta Kappa Nu' established at the U-D in 1947, the Beta Sigma chapter strives to assist those interested in electrical engineering to advance in their profession and to become better citizens. Their major activity is a communion breakfast held in the spring and participated in by the entire Engi- neering College. Officers: R. Parker, president, J. Annick, vice president, B. McManus, treasurer, D. Wahl, W- 1 ,, V .- . '-. recording secretary, R. Sporman, corresponding secre- 3 i',- ' g -"-"Q,. tary, A. Aimette, bridge correspondent. Members: R. Anderson, J. Balicki, R. Bayma, J. Billheimer, T. Brook, J. Buyan, P. Cote, W. Culver, W. Dauerer, - J. Falk, R. Harris, T. Hoban, R. Huss, R. Kaiser, 11- M. Kakolec, R. Kennedy, T. Kosco, G. Lewis, D. McCue, . J. Pecar, R. Thomas, F. Russo. "A pew ' ze Eff, .1 E.. l i iii ' rw -" 'N 'fc' ' J. Annick Isa'-nl-na Epsilon' as a member of the Honor Organizations Council, put out an Honor Organizations Booklet describing the requirements and purposes of the honor organizations at this University. In the second semester, Gamma Pi Epsilon distributed these booklets to members of the student body in order to acquaint them with the honor organizations. Officers: H. Byle, president, D. Curtin, vice president, J. Corteggiano, secretary-treasurer, S. Ranucci, historian, J. Baysinger, delegate to Honor Council. La'-nbda Iota Tau' organized to promote literary excellence, devoted its weekly meetings to reading papers on literary topics and discussing them afterwards. ln February, they devoted two meetings to a discussion of Irving Babbits' Literature And the American College. Officers: F. Rizzo, president, B. Lamb, vice president, H. Byle, secretary-treasurer. Members: S. Sautter, R. McGinnis, E. Recchia, D. Brown, C. Klinicki, T. O'Keefe, P. Villaire, A. Luther, F. Van de Pitte, W. Dwyer, M. Bradley, L. Klebba, Sister M. Cabrini, Sister M. Stephanie, G. Rokowski. ' honorar fraternit co-sponsored the Shamrock P' Kappa Delta Debate Tournamenff, with the help of the Speech Club they organized the skinner Debate Tournament which awarded the Skinner Debate Medal to the University's most ac- complished debater. This year the U-D Chapter lEtai ' g - attended the province convention of the Province of the ' Lakes Pi Kappa Delta biannual province tournament ' to represent U-D, taking part in debate, discussion, 3. "V oratory, and extemporary speaking. Throughout the 'gg Y ,, year, in co-operation with the Forensic Society, Pi Kappa W.,-if Delta encouraged speech activities on campus and 'Qui' hosted the High School Debate Clinic. Officers: J. Miller, president, J. Cubitt, vice president, B. Williams, secretary-treasurer. Members: L. Rudick, H. Schneide- ' wind, T. Usher, T. Stock, P. Monahan, L. Lubaway, D. Dunn, L. Kitchen, F. Walsh, W. Rowan, H. Scullen, M. Okan. B. Williams Pi ornega Pi' an undergraduate notional hon- orary fraternity in business education, initiated at U-D, June 1957, improves busi- ness education in both teacher training and the secre- 3 tarial program. This year the fraternity awarded certi- ficates to students in the two-year secretarial science 1 program and presented an award to the best teacher F' , of the year. Officers: E. Czarnota, president, M. Schultz, vice president, R. Mac Pherson, secretary- treasurer, L. Felczak, historian, E. Layman, faculty advisor. 324 -N li I ' .1 E. Czornota Pi Tau provides free slide rule classes each fall, publishes and sends out an alumni directory, sponsors a booth at Spring Carnival, publishes Engineering News, and established a loan fund. Officers: L. O'Dell, president, 'j,,y, ,iE31l:':'t'!5igSj1t.r2g5Q Hg 27 W. Spehn, vice president, R. Mis?" ' ":' Q fit--l.f..l 7 Holbrook, recording secretary, L. Lf' ,' Lang, corresponding secretary, L. s', '. 'iiifw-V1 Kennedy, treasurer, Prof. G. LQ- Uicker, faculty advisor. Mem- HQ .',,.. s' bers: R. Baldwin, J. Benecki, , .'Fli'f.-A L. Bindseil, D. DiCiccio, S. Di- ' ' Maggia, D. Dusa, T. Faber, D. 'ggi ,' Falotico, J. Gross, Jr., W. Kow- ,7 ' i nacki, T. Lubinski, J. Miniatas, M. T O'Grady, C. Pace. L. Radtke, D. Rosso, A. Scholler. R. Simoneou, J. Uicker, Jr., L. Ybarrondo, F. Cadek, G. Menard, F. Olmstead, J. Darko, G. Champagne, J. Churgay, R. Ronzi, R. Scullen. W. Spehn L. Kennedy ' is a national honor society in histor . Zeta Sigma Ph' Theta chapter, established at the University of Detroit in June, l958, promotes and recognizes excellenece in the study of history. Membership is open to both men and women who show interest 1 - and excellence in the study of l '3T7'Y:L:.ilTi3.i 'fig T " l -271' F. M 'Q' ,I gffwfsg- i lic- 4- 1. ' A history by having completed at ,x ,,f ff - M5 ' least twelve hours of history . 4, x Jer Y - ... .-. , with better than a B average. - An annual scholarship key is awarded by this society. Officers: -. i - . Y T. Knapp, president, D. Kramp. 'Z' vice president, D. Kloka, secretary- X treasurer, M. Hayes, historian. Members: A. Annas, E. Ander- fl. ,viir . l'Tf,f Ziff" . f . 'Tr ' 1' J lg . N-. i T. , rf iff L 1 f ' - ,.-i , 1..i " D. Kloka T. Knapp son, R. Bartol, M. Bruce, D. Curtin, K. Dooust, A. Dietz, L. Filarski, F. Haas, J. Hand, D. Jerneycic, T. Kopacki, A. Leach, L. Lubaway, D. Mac lntyre, S. Monaghan, L. Rebar, J. Schrader, L. Simon, T. S i ' is' A E. Gorcya Uriarte, M. Wurm. Psi promotes psychology as a science and encourages scholarship in this field. This year an award was given to the senior psychology maior scoring highest on'the Graduate Record Examination in his maior subiect. Officers: T. Gorcyca, president, J. Solada, vice president, L. Gratson, secretary-treasurer. Tau Beta this year sponsored a poll to evaluate teaching methods in the engineering college from the students point of view, presented an award at the Slide Rule Dinner to the sophomore with the highest average, ran a booth at the Spring Carnival, and made available to I if 1 J 4 J. Nance Social the Engineering College bulletins from the maior graduate engineering colleges in the country. Officers: J. Buyan, president, W. Dauerer, vice president, R. Belprez, corresponding secretary, l.. Kennedy, recording secretary, J. Nance, treasurer, R. Schuler, cataloguer. Members: A. Aimette, R. Anderson, J. Balicki, C. Baumann, R. Bayma, A. Bertolino, J. Billheimer, L. Bindseil, T. Brook, R. Clancy, H. Cullinan, W. Culver, R. Dodt, B. Endres, F. Fahey, J. Falk, A. J. Frankowsky, W. Greif, T. Hoban, R. Holbrook, R. Kaiser, M. Kakalec, R. Kennedy, R. Kieffer, T. Kosco, W. Kownacki, D. McCue, P. McKee, J. Neyer, F. Olmstead, R. Simoneau, M. Simon, R. Sporman, R. Thomas, E. Valera. and Professional ' a national professional pre-medical and Epsllon Dena' pre-dental fraternity, presented the "Edu- cator of the Year Award" to the outstanding faculty member, and an.award to the graduating senior with the highest cumulative average in the pre- medical curriculum. They sponsored various medical films during the year with commentaries by dignitaries of the medical world. The fraternity co-sponsored the Easter Ball this spring. The AED pledges, easily recognized during the final week of their pledgeship, wear full surgical outfits. Officers: J. Marshall, president, R. Dickow, vice president, P. Sheridan, secretary, E. Borninski, corresponding secretary, H. Ludwig, treasurer, D. Dassow, pledgemaster. Members: J. Albus, R. Buckman, R. Caldwell, F. Cain, N. Corrico, G. Fischer, G. Gholdoian, L. Jones, E. Juras, H. Manore, C. Owens, T. Platz, D. Shade. Alpha Kappa Ps., Beta Theta Chapter unstalled un 1930 us a professuonal fraternuty for men magorung un Busuness Admunustratuon and Economucs Thus year ut presented a scholarshup key for the hughest three year scholastuc average and the Man of the Year 4 Award Socually the members partucupate un Home ' P comung and Sprung they are co sponsors of a dance held un the sprung Officers R Gould presudent L Puecuch vuce presudent J Clancy secretary L Puchalsku treasurer E Mauer master of rutuals Members S Beresh L Bess J Cadaret W Greenway T Handloser D Hickey J Hugguns J Hur ard Hyde J Kaczmarczyk D Kaczar W Kuesznowsku MacDonald W Mehler E Muerzepewsku C Muller Munellu T Mueller F Roulouud T Rossman Schwark T Szynkowsku W Wyllue "" f R Gould the Alpha Nu Chapter natuonal dental fraternuty olnega established at U D Dental School un T937 offers the Alpha Omega Scholastuc Award to the semor wuth the hughest four year average The members annually guve an undergraduate brother a scholarshup award certufucate The Alpha Omega Achuevement Medal us presented to the outstandung professuonal contrubutor to dentistry Offlcers J Gold presudent J Dunsky vuce presudent A Kaner recordung secretary L Morton corre spondung secretary L Hurschman treasurer H Goodus sergeant at arms J Jacobson edutor Members S Blumenfeld M Forrest L Goldsteun M Kaner L Meskun S Muntz R Sumkovutz R Wusnudel H Zolla J Laurue J Lesson D Lueberman G Smoler R Woolf C Babbush B Brown J Geren ranch C Goodman G Kleuff A Kollun E Kroll J Letzer B Lewus H Mallon R Muller M Rosenfeld B Ruby P Schruebman A Seel P Seltzer A Shulman B Sruro D Weuss Arnold Zuroff was founded on the U D campus ln Decemb ha Slglna Tau 1958 lformerly known as Chl Omucronl actuvely partlcupates un ,student actlvutues such as Homecomung and Carnuval Recently they sponsored a successful scholarshup club Members R MacLaugh lun G Novak T Yates M Bugald E Tuuhonen D Kruzman L Pruchnuk A Kleunert J Wezemael D Curtin S Wanket J Englush ch. slgl-na Ph' professuonal engineering fraternuty un acldltlon to fosterung professuonal udeals among uts members scholastuc average durung hus fuve years of study Offucers F Campolo presu dent J Swuft vuce presudent J Halpun secretary C Lyter treasurer J Kneese sergeant at arms C Cote alumnu durector J Haller alumnu durector Members L Alessu G Flemung J Grone G Hernandez D Johnson B Jones T Keller D Lennert D Manzu G Mlsteravuch A Ochotny V Pacello B Pagano D Porcellu H Prince H Roethel R Sarrote B Watson B Getty J Millard D Freedman a national professional forelgn service fra Delta Ph' Epsllon' ternuty at U D sunce 1924 promotes foreign trade and emphasuzes the foreugn servuce aspect of the U S sponsors guest speakers to duscuss the popular ussues of the day portucupates un Homecomung co sponsored the Turkey Trot un November had a puzza booth at the Spring Carnival supported a foreign orphan and held an K annual Communuon Breakfast for uts graduatung senuors Offucers S DeMascuo presudent D Kramp socual vuce presudent R Reynolds treasurer T Campau pledge master K Whutung secretary Members E Busson H Bruss L Cormuer M Daly M Davudson M Defauw T Faber P Forsthoefel D Gabryelsku D Grammens D Guuffre A Hanamey H Healey T Hugguns D Letscher J Neyer M OGrady P ORourke F Pavua D Scott G Tessman R Conzano J Zanglun D Wood P Hoey R Behnan H Roeser J OGara J Cornush J Stackpoole l 'f S DeMascuo natuonal Dental fraternutys locl P P e ta slgrna Delta' Chapter sponsored the annual Sugma Ram ble dance and held uts usual busuness meetungs Offucers D Zuelke grand master A Krzemunsku worthy master G Holzummer treasurer D Hollar scrube J McCoy hustoruan J Nassar senuor page F Draheum rumor page S Zdral Tyler Members D Bmlunsku B Bura G Buskurk T Carzon H Demurguan F Draheum B Engelman C Foley G Fry D Hollar G Holzummer B Kay A Krzemunsku W Lumpunsel J Lowman J McCoy J McCroy J McMahon R Mallow J Matthews B Mukluk H Neu D Pellegrino J Nassar A Schultz B Shaver J Smuth B Skuba G Therassed P Tunsey J Trembath S Turansky H Van Gulder D Whute W Wolfe S Zdral D Zenas D Zuelke J McManus Gamma Rho chapter on the downtown campus Delta slglna Pl' forthe men of the evenung duvusuon of the College of Commerce and Funance sponsored talks by professuonal speakers and pre sented a scholarshup key to the semor wuth the hughest average The hughlught of their socual calendar was the Rose Dunner Dance Officers D Bennett presu dent J Locke senuor vuce presudent D Koch lunuor vuce president V Barley treasurer H Bryson secretary B Brang faculty advusor Members V Vespa T Bowden J Weber D McCarthy A Mathers G MacPhee K Lashmet G McMasters D Peurach V Lauraun D Root B Heyart J Poorman D Muszturo Bellmore J Ament J Jankovuch W Huller B Fusher J Stewart D Bagarua Davenport J ODonnell M Shaw P Marunellu B Stull J Bloszkcwsku Haggerty D Smuth D Korsnuck B Moulus E Rychlewsku J McMasters Shea J Gary J De Meulenare B Sutton R Schulte D Holstune J Abdella Hagen J Koppaz J Shopper J Wash R Romannusku T Banks C McEclon Esruch the Theta chapter on the uptown campus sunce Delta slglna Pl' 1921asaprofessuonalbusunesstraternuty fostered scholarshup thus year by presentung varuous professuonal speakers at meetungs open to the enture student body and by awardung a scholarshup key to the stu dent on the uptown campus wuth the hughest average Socually they actuvely partucupated un the unuverslty functions and presented the Football Froluc Officers J Neme presudent C Cyrowsku senuor vuce presudent D Burke lunuor vuce presudent J Crowley treasurer J LaBond secretary E McEllugatt hustoruan Members R Blaznek B Boyle R Borduu B Beusteruen J Byrnes M Cavanaugh D Canaday T Colluns J Cooney T Corrugan D Dezensku J Futzgerald D Grosbeck G Johnson S Kostecke W Kowal T Kruzel P Kwasney W Matyasuc J Mulls B Multon R ODonnell R OKragley R Wllllams E Wenz J Zunnukas Ut' M Snyder C Klunucku M Summs the Epsulon Phu Chapter natuonal socual sororuty founded e ta Zeta on the U D campus un 1956 sponsored the Easter Basket Druve and presented awards to the best sororuty and fraternuty entrnes co sponsored the Turkey Trot and partucupated un Homecomung and Carnuvalu Offucers R Geust presudent S Hartzell lst vuce presudent M Snyder 2nd vuce presudent M Summs correspondung secretary C Klunucku recordung secretary J Roland treasurer Members G Balut S Bolunsku J Burnbyer P Blossom B Bork A Bosh J Boyd M Bradley A Burns G Cant E Christensen S Chrustue P Crowley J Duckett L Ganem G Gaydo J Glynn A Grux L Kaluf M Kempel M Korby L Krolucku P Krygel J Lee M Leslue K McBrady M McCann A McDonald A McKnuaht A Mereduth C Morker C Murek S Nuchols M Nlederoest S Nuemlec K Norton P OConnor A Pavelutes J Polunsku S Poppert K Rogers S Shannon F Skubunsku J Sprenger D Stankowsku M Ward P WllllUm5 B Wutzak M Zammutt the Iota Cho ter founded January T Gamma slgrna Slgnla' T954 us the onlly natuonal servuce sororuty un the Unuted States It 'ountly operated the student Book Exchange wuth Alpha Phu Omega fraternuty sponsored the Chrustmas Basket Druve and conducted a Lummage sale The Sprung Rhapso y was gountly sponsored wuth Alpha Ph Omega Alpha Kappa Psu and Alpha Sugma Tau Offucers P Shaun presudent J Dettloff vuce presudent S Stewart 2n vuce presudent J Bueda 3rd vuce presudent B Ruzzo secrctary Shea treasurer Mem ers M Campbell E Carnota M Durell L Domzalsku T Lupuec J McGullus D Rustone B Moskoutus B Muller C Daugue L Zuelunsku B Ruzzo M Shea the Delta chapter national socual sororuty Kappa Beta Gamma actlve on the campus slnce T948 thus year cosponsored the Fall Froluc won the Christmas Basket Contest and had a wunnung float un the Homecomung Parade KBG also presented a scholarshup key to the graduatung Arts coed wuth the hughest average Officers P Bonahoom presudent J Baysunger vuce presudent D Schobloher recordung secretary N Petux correspondung secretary J Mencottu treasurer L Klebba pledge msstress L Gogolesku socual chaurman J Colosumo publucuty G Chapp chaplain S Ranuccl hustoruan E 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I I 1 T I I D u G I ' 1 I . 1 : 1 , . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 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 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 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 . . 5 . , - l 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 , . , 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 , . , . , . , . 1 1 . , . , . 1 . , . , . , I I I I -I I - 1 1 ' - 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 , . , . 7 1 1 i - 1 - 5 . , , . , . , . , . , . . Ka a Beta fLambda Chapterj A legal sorority. Officers: pp J. Kennedy, dean, Mrs. K. D. Buitewig, associate dean, Mrs. F. MacGregor, registrar, Miss C. Carson, chancellor. Members: No student members at the present time. ' this year donated S100 to Bo s Town, Kappa slgrna Kappa visited children at Childs Hospitall Lapeer, and initiated a program that should result in a counseling bureau for new freshmen. Officers: R. Mioskowski, president, J. Conners, vice presi- dent, W. Rathsburg, treasurer, J. Lutfy, recording secretary, W. Roccos, corresponding secretary, J. Burkart, chaplain. Members: R. Brower, J. Calandro, P. Christ, P. DeLisi, R. Dynes, F. Fodale, G. Merola, C. Pankratz, R. Robi- chaud, J. Weiler, M. Yelich. F V R. Miaskowski J. Conners Magi' a local Arts and Science social fraternity, the oldest fraternity at U-D, celebrated the Ephiphany, the feast of their namesakes, sponsored the Harvest Hayride and the Easter Ball and led the rosary during October and May in the student chapel. Magi emphasizes scholarship, service tothe University, and brotherhood among its members. This year the Magi won the Homecoming Booster award again. They awarded the Magi freshman key and the Magi senior key to the Arts freshman and senior with the highest schol- astic average. Officers: M. Nei- bauer, president, J. LaMarra, vice president, J. Bales, secretary, M. Keenan, treasurer, M. Bruce, his- torian. Members: B. Barsch, D. Patria, T. Reno, J. Asam, V. J. LaMarra J. Bales Condino, L. Eschbach, J. Fleming, M. Gergely, J. Guernsey, D. Kasza, J. McDonald, J. Morrow, J. Motz, P. Navarro, C. Rick, R. Schweinfurth, J. Wasserman, B. Hayduk. Gamma Nu' founded in 1931 at the U-D, re-activated at the Evening College of Commerce and Finance in April of 1958, has as its national proiect the collection of birthday pennies from its members on Founder's Day. These pennies enable them to place portable typewriters in Veteran's Administration hospitals for the patient's use. Chapter projects were an outing for orphaned children during the Christmas holidays, and the school bowling league during the school year. Officers: P. Tranberg, president, C. Cislaw, vice president, A. Villagomez, recording secretary, A. Dore, corresponding secretary, E. Holmes, treasurer, P. Pall, scribe, R. Elder, moderator, J. Graham, chapter Adviser. Members: L. Warren R. Sklar A. Warnick B. Kahan ' ' In 1957 Zeta Omega, local fraternit became Ph. slgnia Kappa Theta Tetarton chapter of Phi Sigmfa Kappa, a national fraternity. Phi Sigma Kappa's history goes back only three years, Theta Tetarton's chapter history goes back almost thirty years on the Uni- versity of Detroit's campus. The fraternity sponsored "how to study programs," tutoring service, monthly communion Sundays, Mother-son and Father-son Com- munion breakfasts, and movies at Carnival time. Officers: B. Braeu' ner, president, J. Carolin, vice president, J. Mathys, secretary, Fr. Moeller, S. J., chapter advisor, Y' Y . Allen, R. Alonzo, F. Arlinghaus, J. Carolin E. Rydzewski D. Baldwin, L. Boland, E. Breyer, B. Buttermore, T. Chaplow, A. Ciagne, J. Colombo, C. Coughlin, T. David, J. Dimmer, K. Faber, R. Galen, G. Gorcys, K. Grange, W. Hoover, R. Hull, C. ltzoe, K. Kramer, R. Kugler, T. Lawrencelle, D. Macuga, B. Menke, J. Molnar, P. Oliver, D. O'Neill, B. Patterson, S. Patterson, E. Pelletier, L. Plant, R. Putlock, J. Reinke, B. Schuler, R. Smetek, B. Stacey, B. Stasser, J. Von Benken, D. Anderson, J. Buysse, J. Canaday, C. Dale, J. P. Fagan, M. Faubert, M. Kenny, R. Liller, N. Pickard. sign-ia Delta' local professional science sorority, strives to foster an Interest in the exact sciences among the women students at the university and to encourage higher scholarship and mutual advancement in science. Membership is limited to women students who have elected an exact science as their maior subiect of concentration. Last year the sorority initiated a tutoring service offered to all University Coeds. Sigma Delta annually awards a scholarship medal to the junior girl in the College of Arts and Sciences who has the highest scholastic average among the girls maioring in an exact science. Officers: L. O'Leary, president, N. Van Bruyssel, vice president, M. Foster, secretary, A. Forunate, treasurer, J. Szelag, senior panhellenic representative, M. Slwinski, iunior panhellenic representative, U. Power, pledge mistress, C. Opoka, historian, N. Pileri, custodian. M. Foster T. Walaitis, C. Kucharski, P. Pytel, C. Novak. R. Fuher B. Baumgardner A. Petricca C. McLaughlin ' Catholic men's social fraternity on the University Ph' Kappa Theta' of Detroit campus since May, 1956, partici- pated in the Homecoming and Carnival, sponsored the Autumn Mixer. Officers: R. Fuher, president, B. Baumgardner, vice president, T. Petricca, secretary, C. McLaughlin, treasurer, J. Lyons, pledge master, Dr. D. L. Harmon, advisor. Members: A. Aimette, J. Meenahan, D. Culhane, K. Pohl, B. Kraph, C. Meldrum, L. Malenowski, B. Robinson, T. Olender, B. Novak, K. Beste, P. Root, C. Kubik, J. Peplowski, F. Guyor, D. Horkey, B. J. Reckman, E. Kolibar, T. Larabelle, T. Peoples, M. Maslyn, B. Kroll, R. Sabin, C. Delekta, J. Steele. ' ' during the current school year, entered a Ph' slgrna Dena' basket in Christmas basket contest, sold their quota of tickets for the l.F.C. Ball, entered the Homecoming parade and won first prize in the division for fraternity floats, and collected contributions for the Muscular Dystrophy Drive. Officers: L. Warren, president, B. Sklar, vice president, M. Smith, corresponding secretary, A. Warnick, recording secre- tary, B. Kahan, treasurer. Members: H. Barron, M. Berman, S. Coden, B. Easenberg, M. Feuer, A. Glasser, M. Grand, J. Gutman, H. Hauer, P. Himelhoch, L. Homer, M. Jacobs, N. Katzman, M. Lashy, J. Levi, M. Meskin, E. Meth, D. Okum, C. Rosenblatt, L. Shook, M. Small, S. Solovich, F. Wasserman, M. Weingarden, J. Weitzman, L. Zucker. 326 E. Freeman D. Hahnke K- Slevin ' ' ' activities this ear were a Homecoming slgrna slgrna slgrna float, Greek Vfleek, the Turkey Trot, and a booth at the Carnival, they set up the Robbie Page Memorial Fund, co-sponsored a football outing for some of the boys from the St. Francis Home and the March of Dimes Ice Skating Party, by themselves they sponsored the Christmas and Easter Basket Contests. Officers: J. Kenwell, president, E. Freeman, vice president, D. Hahnke, treasurer, K. Slevin, corresponding secretary, P. Walker, recording secretary, A. Annas, keeper of the grades. Members: C. Angelo, J. Antoun, M. Breen, K. Brennan, D. Gosinski, P. Hurst, M. Keller, B. Lofstrom, C. McCabe, S. Morrissey, J. Najor, M. Nawrot, J. Roehrig, N. Senome, K. Sheeran, R. Sheridan, B. Sobeaiski, M. Sword, L. Tobiczyk, B. Trombly, P. Was, N. Wemhoff, R. West. ' ' ' a social fraternit , su orted a national slgnlla Ph' Epsllon' fund raising program pair a summerboys camp, took part in the campus Christmas Party, and the Christmas and Easter Basket Contests. Officers: P. Messano, president, R. Billinghurst, vice president, E. Rydzewski, comptroller, R. Campbell, historian, M. Curtin, secretary, Members: J. Cavanagh, G. McDonnell, S. Scavone, N. Scavone, W. Abeh, J. Andrews, R. Boyke, A. Buchanan, G. Campbell, T. Carroll, R. Cole, R. Cosgrove, M. DeMattia, J. Dingens, A. Fiorella, T. Findlay, D. Flynn, C. Forberg, E. Gallup, A. Gariepy, J. Gemma, F. Gientke, R. Gitinger, W. Hershey, J. Hoey, M. Hopper, R. Jackson, J. Kinning, G. Kronk, D. Loner, P. Moran, F. McEvoy, R. Mclntyre, S. Moore, B. Palugi, R. Poehlman, W. Pusateri, F. Raidl, W. Rowan, M. Santello, W. Schild, J. Schoelch, G. Sipple, J. Staniforth, L. Sullivan, J. Trewartha. J. Sawul, faculty advisor. Members: ' the Epsilon Phi chapter, in keeping with Tau Kappa Epsllon' its policy of civic activity, sent a delegate to the Mayor's committee to "Keep Detroit Beautiful," sponsored a "Keep Detroit Beautiful" Dance and booth at the State Fair. On Campus it worked to promote scholarship and participation in intramurals. Officers: J. Moffitt, president: T. Urban, vice president: P. Colbrooke, secretary, L. Klatt, treasurery D. Kuiawa, pledge mastery S. Valentine, sergeant-at-armsg L. Kitchen, chaplain, W. Esser, historian. Members: R. Bourgon, R. Carlisle, G. Clark, T. Dziurman, J. Gerardi, R. Gorgone, W. Herbert, D. Krall, L. Leonard, G. Leszczynski, W. Little J. McNellis R. Martin R. Ouellette J. Post T. Rau J. Rimarcik R Ronzl M Schmitz L Skudlarlck R Slowln E Treanor C Werstme a national panhellenlc Catholic sorority Theta Ph' Alpha' founded on campus in T951 co sponsored t e Christmas Ball a Communion Breakfast and Founders Day Celebration The sorority presented the Sensor Service award to the outstanding senior ofthe year They were also the official promoters of the Apostle ship of Prayer They also chose The Sweetie Pie of Theta Phi I' from the male population campus Officers J Corteggnano president M Buckalew vice pres: 11 A-fx 'J' Tr: dent J Towassrni treasurer S Yowell recording secretary S Hardwick corresponding secre tary J Drogosek pledge mistress Members S Aguste B Berry S Burke E DeMattla M Denton D Denby J Drolet J Fel rath Gardiner K Gazdo M Goetz F Hayes M Hendrre M Herz P Hiffiln Hill N Hogan F Kelly K Kelly S Kennary M Kramer J Latowskn Lyons J Madda M Markey J Matuscak B McAndrew M McCleary McDonald M McDonough J Okray A Przywara M Raleigh K Schachrun Schaefer S Schlachter B Schmacher K Tomson D Wheeler J Wilde Wilder J Woodbeck S Hardwick J Drogosch u ere' local engineering social fraternity founded In T918 is the oldest continuously active fraternity on campus Tuyere cosponsored the Christmas Ball and participated in Homecoming and Carnival activities They presented the Tuyere Award to an outstanding engineering senior in recognition of those students of average scholastic standing who have served their University well and have not received due recognition for their efforts Officers R Bayma grand master J OHagan executive grand master C Dudek grand scribe J Brooks master of finance Professor K Smith moderator Members W DeMatteis R Linenberg G Luke A Marino J Nance W Porter J Schenk G Schrebel J Shafer R Simoneau L Stempnrk J Wetzel xl Ps. Ph' professional dental fraternity in addition to tts business meetings sponsored a rush party and a spring formal during the spring semester Officers H Sellars president R Marlon vice president H Gesell secretary R Sampson treasurer Members Barthel J Brancaleon W Brooks E Brown F Colombo T Cook Davison J Franko H Gesell G Cncus W Harr G Hayek E Huey Langdon B Leone J Lepak C Madlon R Marion V Motolon Mayotte J McCutchan L Melfl D Monsuma M Petrous H Pfeifle Plcclnnl R Reck P Rentschler K Robins E Rutledge R Sampson Schaefer H Sellars D Szwelkowski R Woodford C Zuzich Campus Organizations A ' A S American Institute of The Aeronautical Sciences has been an active engineering society on the U D campus for the past 22 years The IAS open to all technical students interested rn the aircraft and missile field sponsored the Aeronautical Awards Banquet in 1959 participated In the Engineering television shows oper ated a booth at the carnival obtained technical speakers and films for each meeting The mam obgectnve of the IAS is to enhance the professional and social side of technical students Officers A Schaller chairman W Bauer vice chairman F Cam polo recording secretary T Lubinski corresponding 1 .1 secretary Members J OHagan D Dusa F Meyo D Arents Gary Smith Pat Foley E Blttenbender T Healy J Sweeney J Wilde E Strugala M Healy H Popma G Klueg C Curcro B Mason D Derrig It B Pearson B Endres R Balent J Holler J Mallra L Radtke L DiPalma R Gaydos T Sullivan S Dommlak F Povlnelli J Womac J Mlnlatas D Klenda J Flllecia D Kinsella P Barts H Mottin G Chamberlin J Sobczak D Stava D Sedlock B Robinson P Rich J Laskey J Dorko W Bauer A fl' A V fi, I. . s -' l .- 43 1' ' 1fL- ' 1 ' - Jf -1 ' , 1' ,TH Q11 22 - f 4 ' Y- jfgx-Z 4 , 1-Iv' I . . 1 I N , 1 1 . 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Slmwsef Merola Dan ner American Institute of Architects, G S'Ude"' d"'S'0" of the professional organization which strives for more pleasing building design sponsored an annual architectural design competition attended public lectures on phases of art which deal with architecture and made field trips Officers B Strawser president G Merola vice president F Brezevar auxiliary vice president M Schubeck secretary P Buynak assistant secretary P Donner treasurer E Goldsmith assistant treasurer Members J Abernethy R Agosto J Argenta K Bauman F Bldrgare C Bnlland M Baranowskn J Blakeslee G Boone R Brockert A Bublys P Camlll P Caruso M Damiano D Dundon W Durbin P Foster D Gascoyne E Gaul B Honner V Janus B Lane R Laske J Lidgey G McNamara F McKenna D Manchlm J Markey T Martone T Moran L Morris R Morris R Pollon P Reehil K Regiec P Root B Sassak E Sheeran B Shnels D Shuey T Stienbauer R Stievater M Taka D Tosch C Tulley V Vaslulis J Velthoven D Waddell M Yogley C E fAmencon Institute of Chemical Engmeersj established In 1936 to foster the interests of students in chemical engineering presented a membership and certificate of merit to the chemical enguneerlng lumor with the highest scholastic record of his class during freshman and sophomore year The Charles G Duncombe award was given to the student member who contributed mbsf to the well being of the chapter This member received a pocket slide rule and had his name In scribed on a plaque displayed rn the Chemistry Building Officers J Hmsch president H Cullenrn vice president J Nance corresponding secretary T Reynolds recording secretary treasurer Members G Austin J Bartosgwicz J Belaskn L Berardn V Barone R Clancy D Compton W Connolly K DeWitt T Fisher R Freedmen R Hanlon T Herrmann K Kramer J Michaels A Peplenski E Ryntz J Schlant D Slngelyn R Schuler J Shea R Seese P Stager B Siporwrcz T Smith G Varhola J Wagner Wybranowskl ,si- 44- J Nance ,bl 59 J Miller J Thortan M Brandewle B Mvrldfty E E lAmericanlnst1tute of Electrical Engnneersj Institute of Radio Engineers brought guest speakers to their meetings to lecture on problems in their field toured the Detroit Edison Engineering Offices and sponsored a technical paper contest Officers G Lewis chairman T Brook vlce chairman W Dauerer treasurer J Dobroskl IRE secretary P Cote AIEE secretary J Balrcki recording secretary Section B Officers A Dignorgro president J Miller vice president B Moriarty AIEE secretary J Thornton IRE secretary M Brandewte treasurer F Fahey corresponding secretary Members C Arth M Bactgalupo S Barkhoudarian T Barrett R Bayma E Berckmiller D Bouvier M Brandewie N Braune J Brennan J Breyer A Clerlhew J Conners A DlGlorglo T Duby R Dunstan F Fahey E Foley A Frankovsky D Gallagher G Calvin J Gels G Gilkey T Gull A Glomskn R Gorgone G Gutch B Hackenberg J Halpin Hlnman E Horbett R Huss D Hutchinson J Jenkins T Johnston J Joyce M Kakelec C Kelly T Kelly R Kennedy J Kondalskr R Kugawa C Locke L Lopez J Loughran S Lupus M Lynch W Mack R Mannion D McCue M McCullough J Mellenger T Mellenger J Mesmer J Miller B Moriarty A Mulraln R Myers G Nonte B OConnor D ODonnell R Oswald V Paperella J Pecar D Phillips C Paontek A Prlvitera P Prozeller R Puldowskl R Roddy D Rogers R Rossman T Saplno C Schulte T Sheffler R Sllttl R Smetek E Terneus R Thomas J Thornton J Tone P Toole P Verzariu D Wahl J Falk R Clark W Culver S DoBryz1nsky L Decker W Domino R Anderson 327 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 , . , . , . . - . . . . , , , . . . 1 1 - I1 1 ' ' . 1 - 3 - 1 ' I - 1 i - 1 I 1 - 1 I - 1 I - 1 I ,, . . . 11 . . 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Balicki fAmerican Institute of Electrical Engineers, continued, A-s.c-E- lAmerican Society of Civil Engineers! brought guest speakers on civil engineering to their meetings, took part in the Engi- neer's TV show, and sponsored a booth at the Carnival. Officers: J. Neyer, president, M. Daly, vice president, C. Lemont, treasurer, M. Grafioli, cor- responding secretary, L. Moloney, recording secretary. Members: K. Baron, W. Carlson, F. Chin Choy, R. Cichowski, D. Clark, J. Costabile, J. Duren, T. Dzeurman, P. Elder, W. For Chin, G. Greene, P. Hillary, A. Koritko, T. Kraus,.B. Langan, A. Lee, R. Linenberg, J. McDermott, P. Murphy, K. Pelto, G. Schiebel, G. Schultz, J. Shafer, T. Szalay, T. Tomblyn, D. Viteng, W. Watson, W. Westrick, J. Von Benken. A-s.H.A.E- lAmerican Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air- conditioning Engineersj with guest speakers at their meet- ings worked this year to acquaint their members with current problems and solutions in their field. Officers: D. Moyes, president, J. Teresko, vice president, C. Jones, secretary-treasurer. Members: L. Calvisi, W. Carty, S. Chocholek, R. Martin, L. O'Dell. B. Lorentz J. Schrader C. Hicke ' coed auxiliary to the Arnold Air Society, helped with Angel Flight' decorations for the Military Ball, assisted with the Blood Drive, and entered the drill team competition this spring at Central Michigan College. Officers: B. Lorentz, commander, J. Schrader, executive officer, K. Baron, administrative services officer, C. Hicke, comptroller, M. B. Foster, information services officer, P. Shain, liaison officer. Members: B. Alcini, C. Beattie, D. Brown, J. Czarnecki, L. Doucher, N. Gerardi, J. Guinan, P. Kapeluch, H. Kurczewski, S. Mareeuw, M. Peltier, U. Power, J. Sprenger, B. Trombly, S. Trombley, E. Wronski. ' ' with the Army rifles, sponsored the Military Arnold Alr soclety' Ball, by themselves they sponsored the Blood Drive, a Carnival booth, built model airplanes for patients of childrens' hospitals, and toured Metropolitan Airport. Officers: D. Merucci, commander, F. Rizzo, executive officer, L. Musinski, operations officer, R. Stevens, secretary-treasurer, R. Kudek, adi. recorder, J. Radtke, ISO officer. Members: T. Baior, W. Biter, W. Boyke, R. Damaske. J. Dueweke, H. Gibson, J. Grant, L. Hautau, F. Higgins, J. Jordan, D. Klenda, R. Kudek, W. Lob- bestael, J. Mahank, D. Marano, J. Marino, G. Menard, D. Merucci, L. Musinski, D. Partia, G. Pa- quette, J. Przygocke, J. Radtke, D.Merucci l--MUl'lSif1SlCi L. Renuart, F. Rizzo, J. Saline, R. Stevens, J. Supina, T, Taylor, P. Shain, liaison officer, Capt. R. Long, USAF. 328 P- Butkis G. Handschuch K. Kwasny Association of the U. S. Army, fwnded. in 1956, con. tributes its full resources and capabilities to advancing the security of the United States. They performed a service to the school by sponsoring professional tours. Their main sociul event this year was a dinner dance at which they presented an A.U.S.A. award. Officers: P. Kwasny, president, W. Biscomb, vice president, P. Butkis, secre- tary, G. Handschuh, treasurer, R. Bublys, program chairman, Captain F. Brashear, moderator. Members: R. Anderson, L. Bager, R. Baldwin, A. Basile, G. Becker, K. Boian, A. Bublys, J. Cubitt, C. Curcio, J. Esshaki, J. Fagan, A. Fisher, G. Gaiewski, A. Giles, T. Harrison, J. Kane, J. Lecenski, F. McKenna, S. Nichols, R. Peerrone, P. Pilanski, G. Pondell, R. Rogalski, P. Rogers, A. Schebil, G. Schiebel, D. Sullivan, J. Uicker, W. Van Etton, R. Van Slambrook, W, Whalen, K. Wilhelm, L. Youngblood, G. Zeitz. Band began its year with the first football game and closed it with an annual spring concert. In between the Band played at the Home- coming parade, the Hudson Thanksgiving Day Parade, the St. Patrick's Day Parade and concert held in Bay City. They added a - ' ' touch to every basketball game and to the Carnival. Officers: R. Suriano, president, P. Kwasny, vice president, B. lglikowski, secretary. Members: G. Abraham, R. Baker, C. Bayens, A. Bertolino, L. Calvisi, D. Ceckowski, M. Cochrane, D. Cooper, T. Czerwienski, D. Day, W. Dolan, M. L. Fritts, W. tp Heenan, K. Heinrich, P. Henderson, R. Holbrook, A. Jakubowski, A. Juszczyk, L. Jones, S. Kasuda, R. Kline, H. Krastof, R. Kuhne, P. Marriott, R. Lasocki, T. Leto, T. McCarthy, J. McCormick, R. McGuire, R. Morris, T. Musson, B. Murphy, B. Najarian, E. Oliszewski, R. Suriano R. Rang, P. Rochon, F. Rizzb, B. Shackleton, R. Stevens, J. Stewart, R. Stimac, M. Turko, R. VanSlambrook, Warnick, J. Weber, E. Yager, E. Zdankiewicz. Maiorettes: J. Geer, M. Kaiser, J. Kinard, C. Kowalczyk, L. Krolicki, S. McCoy, P. Tishuck, M. K. MacNamara. ii ..p fr Board of Moot Court Directors Ud"1""S'e'S and d"eC'S all moot court and professional skill activities at the School of Law. Selection for membership is based on scholastic and leadership ability. The Board directs both the appellate and trial work conducted in the Moot Court Room at the School of Law and the Moot Court team which is entered into national competition. During the first semester the Board directed two trials and about thirty appellate arguments. Officers: R. Brunton, chairman, J. Brown, vice chairman, T. Mitchell, treasurer, J. Murphy, secretary, T. Mayer, faculty advisor. Members: L. Bosco, Jr., R. Covault, R. Wilhelms, Jr. ' C 8- F evening division met regularly after class Bowlmg League' during the year to bowl. Officers: J. Ament, president, H. Bryson, vice president, R. Basso, secretary, M. Magee, treasurer. Members: T. Banks, F. Bryson, A. Cieciora, T. Eschrich, A. Funke, G. Greiner, P. Hergott, D. Koch, J. LeBay, M. Loos, J. MacDonald, G. MacPhee, A. Martin, C. McGuire, T. Mooney, C. Palkoski, D. Parker, R. Parker, T. Ruggiroli, D. Sierant, P. Tranberg, E. Truskowski, T. Truskowski, R. Satko, J. Satko, G. Wald. Officers: V. Murray, captain, P. Colbrooke, Assistant cheerleaders' captain. Members: P. Bourbonnais, J. Comella, D. Heatherson, P. Maclnnes, L. Rinaldi, M. L. Sword. Officers: W. Henkin, M.D., president, H. Schechter, vice chess president, H. Gaha, M.D., secretary, T. Jenkins, treasurer. Members: F. Morningstar, K. Loyd, McKenng, W. Korn, Laemers, F. Bonner, L. Sueey, F. Sullivan, M. Kleideubaum, A. Croll, P. Bereut, Batcheller, M. Manning, L. Sollitt, Greenwald, Kleinsmith, S. Zaft, P. DuPuis, Worley, H. Casper. performed at various charity shows, on television, twice appeared chorus on nationally televised programs, and sung with such well known celebrities as Danny Thomas, Arthur Godfrey, Eddie Gorme, and Ed Sullivan. Officers: Don Large, Director, D. Sabbe, president, J. Crowley, vice president, J. Richart, secretary, M. Smith, treasurer, J. Regenold, accom- anist- D Groesbeck business f I 4 ' nf r P I , , F I I x manager, B. Moloney, publicity 1. -- It . I chairman. Members: G. Adelin I i , J. Azar, B. Baitinger, D. Bauman, '- - D. Bender, G. Bennett, J. Berhman, . I . - M. Bezaire, N. J. Bikos, C. Boehne, J. Bond, B. Bukowski, D. Burke, .. 'f'.,j,e - L :GG I T W. 'lair -sr . Lx ,. A. Bush, J. Byrnes, D. Canaday, ..' Qty M. K. Cass, M, Cavanaugh, J. Conder, R. DuMoucheIle, J. Gruska, M. A. Gustafson, H. Hancock, P. Hopkins, C. Jacobsen, J. Kinn, J. Kirchner, J. LeComte, J. McKinney, B. Morgan, C. Marker, J. Neme, J. Ostrowski, B. Polk, A. Pozzini, G. Rakowski, B. Ristow, J. Sanak, J. Schrader, D. Shaptini, M. Shea, F. Siu, R. Skoski, D. Sloan, J. Sowul, A. Toth, T. Vandervennet, R. Williams, G. Winter. D, Sqbbe J. RlCl'tQ!"l Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, 9 "F'l0"0' 0'S?f"" ization organized three years ago as o local chapter here at the University of Detroit, teaches catechism to Catholic students who are attending public high schools in Detroit, and to the less fortunate Catholic I 4 boys and girls who are in the Detroit Juvenile Detention I' fi -'I Fl N ftffisl. 'i fi. 'if ,Lu Il-Q i I, .t -,yr L Home. This year CCD sponsored a series of lectures " IE: which dealt with sociological problems which were given nl-lil, I ,III by prominent men employed in social work. Officers: l'.i'1T,-' ' -HR. ' il.: lg Ag... ,mt R. Thibeault, president, J. Schimmer, vice president, M. A. Stanley, secretary, L. Tintinalli, treasurer. Mem- . V bers: D. Fraser, T. Twomey, J. MacDonald, A. Annas, A. Enderby, R. Jaminet, L. Filarski, M. J. Riordan, M. L. Lutz, F. West, T. Burkhardt, T. Leyland, J. Garn, A. Carlson, K. Kelly. , ,fs , .. ., .U 'Qi L. Tintinalli Economics club, founded in September, 1958, has sought to pre- sent, forthe benefit of the entire student body, on accurate enunciation of the problems involved in the discipline of economics. The Club's activities throughout the year included discussion meetings, lectures, and an annual "Officer's Installation Banquet." Officers: J. Corazzol, president, D. Heckmann, vice president, C. A. Marker, recording secretary, M. Denton, corresponding secretary, J. Namphy, treasurer. Members: S. Beresh, F. Bonello, H. Byrne, T. Collins, T. DeLaunny, D. Detavernier, R. Gdowski, C. Grant, D. Grimes, M. Kempel, L. Koss, C. McLaughlin, F. MacDonald, H. Mullicone, J. Nagel, A. Neumaier, J. Portugall, A. Provencher, R. Rito, J. Shamo, J. Stella, W. Stone. Flin-docks have three aims, to perfect rifle marksmanship, to promote a more active interest in ROTC, and to maintain the University standards. As sponsors of the Army ROTC Rifle Team, the Flintlocks won the Interservice Rifle League trophy in 1959, defeating such schools as Michigan State University and the University of Michigan. In addition to sponsoring the rifle team, the Flintlocks also give various social functions for their members. Officers: R. R. Kugler, president and team captain, R. Green, treasurer, C. Stone, secretary, MfSgt C. Lenz, coach, Capt. White, moderator. Members: G. Beeker, W. Brisbois, P. Butkis, R. Dalton, W. DeSmet, B. English, J. Fix, G. Gilbreath, D. Lenard, M. Max, M. McGinney, G. Monnier, S. Nichols, G. Pondell, R. Rogolski, R. Rolfe, W. Scholtz, J. Serdenis, D. Sullivan, B. Temerowski, J. Uicker, V. Vasiulis, W. Westrick. maintains airplanes for its members, most of whom are training to become licensed pilots. At its meetings the club studied the history of aviation, its progress, and current aviational issues. Its principle activities consisted of flying meets with other university flying clubs. Officers: A. Anderson, president, B. Dennings, vice president, B. Hanney, secretary, B. Smith, treasurer, Professor K. E. Smith, 4. ,, moderator, M. Smigulec, instructor. Members: F. Annas, I fgj... ,.,'. W J. Arbour, S. Brent, P. Brimo, Professor N. Buus, " . -- C. DeFever, L. Di Palma, B. Faas, J. Gillis, G. Reynolds, - s D. Roddy, M. Rupp, D. Schaden, A. Schultz, D. Seidt, E. Shields, M. Smigulec, J. Walton. . s. its . 1 32 A. Anderson Forensic society' the universities debating society took part this year in both intramural and inter-collegate debates. Officers: F. Walsh, president, J. Cubitt, vice president, D. Walton, treasurer, D. Moodrey, recording secretary, R. Bush, corresponding secretary, J. Owdziei, moderator. I Members: G. Dessinger, D. Lat- , 5-s kowski, J. Heimbuch, J. McElroy, " I ' L. Lubaway. R. Lutz, K. Lyon, , ,a P. Monahan, T. Stapleton, B. ' ' 'f. Rowan, L. Kitchen, J. Miller, T. 'Q ,Aft Stock, B. Williams. I F. Walsh D. Moodrey C. Neuenfeldt T. Collins B. Perzyk French tle Cercle Francaist promotes a better understanding and appreciation of French life, culture and language by engaging various speakers to discuss aspects of French life and by having frequent informal discussions in French. They attended French operas, movies and plays, held several parties, and a spring picnic. Officers: B. Perzyk, president, R. Neuenfeldt, vice president, N. Van Bruyssel, secretary, T. Collins, treasurer, J. E. Comeau, moderator. Members: L. Bielat, R. De Stefanis, J. Ditsky, A. Gharibian, R. Grotsch, G. lssa, B. Lamb, J. Leonard, T. Leyland, A. Maude, J. Mclean, K. Miller, T. Mozola, S. Shaughnessy, M. A. Stanley, R. Sumakitis, L. V. Poelvoorde. H uman Relations Club 'ms bets" Q Pflme factor in the con- tinued success of the annual Michigan College Confer- ence on Human Relations, sponsored the Discrimination Day held at U-D in February 1958, and sponsored numerous speakers, films, discussions, and panels on campus. The club reached approximately 1500 students, last year, by speaking to high school classes and giving , them the fundamentals of good race relations. Officers: D. Walton, president, L. McElroy, vice , president, J. Namphy, secretary, C. Cotman, treasurer. Members: L. Alexander, J. Cubitt, P. Hermes, F. Rizzo, B. Williams. C. Cotmon Inn of Saint Ives is a dormatory for lawyers. Officers: T. Anderson, president, P. Durkin, vice president, J. Garn, treasurer, T. Sweeney, recording secretary, R. Hurley, executive secretary. Members: D. O'Brien, D. Boggs, R. Jasinski, G. Lutjen, J. McGann, J. O'Keefe, D. Rosso, N. Stanton, R. Toth. International Student Association, ?'i9l"C"ed In '955f is composed of for- eign students who desire to promote international friendship and common understanding among different nationalities. This year they sponsored . registration ot the foreign stu- dents, volley ball tournaments, an all-campus International Hal- loween Hop, International Semi- nars in connection with Marygrove College, and held regular coffee hours for the International stu- dents to associate with other foreign and American students from other colleges in the im- mediate area of Detroit. Officers: P.G. Girirai, president, O. Gaz- marian, vice president, M. Chun, secretary, F. Chin Coy, treasurer, M. Aydiner, social chairman, the Rev. H. Smith, advisor. Members: A. Adem, A. Alvares, F. Calaco, I. DeClairoc, W. For Chin, L. Gazmararian, N. Kopaczewski, A. Lee, F. Matus, A. Niedzwiedzka, R. Pandya, G. Pardo, J. Prasad, E. Sambrano, V. Sawhney, R. Shah, S. Y. Sim, J. Suarez, P. Telang, R. Wheeler, D. Williams. M. Chun F. Chin Choy ' further educational and religious o- Knlghts of columbus' gress. The University Council, No. 3251, sponsored book sales on campus as a part of this campaign. Members of the council treated boys from the St. Francis Home to local sports events, presented awards to Knights for outstanding service, participation in activi- ties, and loyalty to the council and the University. Officers: R. Potchynok, grand knight, S. Nebroski, deputy grand knight, T. Mozola, chancellor, A. Sinicki, recording secretary, F. Cosens, financial secretary, J. Groen, treasurer, R. O'Neil, advocate, P. Monahan, warden, E. McCarthy, lecturer, J. Miller, B.J. Reckman, guards, J. Ditsky, J. John, trustees. Management club' established in 1949, fosters cooperation between business executives and students. The Club sponsored guest speakers on management problems, participated in the Management Seminar, held an annual dinner dance, a Christmas party, and several get togethers. Officers: J. Carney, president, L. Lottier, vice president, T. Rossman, secretary, G. Nortz, treasurer. Members: A. Agbay, S. Agusti, R. Arnold, K. Barbour, T. Barrett, S. Beresh, R. Beusterien, E. Burke, R. Campbell, J. Carney, K. Ciaciuch, J. Czerkis, J. Farris, J. Fitzgerald, J. Frye, A. Gariepy, E. Gorny, J. Groh, J. Guernsey, E. Haslem, P. Jermanus, G. Johnson, D. Kaczor, E. Kling, W. Kloc, W. Kowal, P. Kwasny, M. Laskey, T. Mahoney, W. Matyosic, J. Maurer, G. McCarthy, J. McCloskey, 329 l l B. McCull, R. MacDonald, Jr., J. McSweeney, N. Minelli, R. Miner, D. Montone, T- Nl0"0ndf P- O'C0f1l'10f, R. Okragly. W. Ostenfelt, J. Oust, E. Pelletier, L. Plecuch, A. Pieroni, J. Pikulinski, Z. Piscotty, Jr., A. Provencher, W. Rathsburg, J. Rice, F. Ryan, J. Scherer, R. Schiavone, J. Schoelch, R. Schweinfurth, A. Shalhoub, J. Smigielski, J. Spicer, M. Sullivan, T. Taylor, V. Stromei, J. Tomassini, G. Weitzman, W. Wyllie, J. Zinnikas. Marketing club' formed to familiarize students with Detroit as a marketing center, presented various guest speakers to talk on different phases of marketing, field trips for its members to see different firms and their activities, and organized a program for edu- cating high school students on the opportunities in marketing. Officers: B. Connors, president, R. Gould, vice president, S. Agusti, secretary, J. Tomassini, treasurer. Members: D. Anton, J. Barrett, R. Billinghurst, D. Brudzinski, A. Burke, A. Carlson, T. Dugall, J. Farris, J. Frye, B. Greenwalt, J. Groh, R. Krutsch, L. Lenz, J. McDonald, T. McGrath, M. Mann, W. Matyasic, P. Messano, K. Michon, B. Novak, G. Reynolds, F. Ryan, R. Schiavone, E. Siess, B. Slowin, W. Stacey, P. Verona, J. Zalke. Philosophy at alternate meetings, had a student or ' faculty member present a paper, after the reading, members discussed the paper. Other meetings were devoted to philosophical discussion. Officers: A.R. Luther, president. ' reorganized in November, 1959, after three ears Physlcs club' of inactivity advances and diffuses the knowledge of physics and promotes understanding and fellowship among its members. The fulfillment of these goals is achieved by student tours to places such as the General Motors Institute of Technology and the Phoenix Project. The Physics Club also participates in the Visiting Professor Program sponsored by the American Institute of Physics and the National Science Foundation. Officers: J. McKinney, president, R. Ptak, vice president, Br. D. O'Brien, secretary-treasurer. Members: Br. Antonio, C.F.X., S. Aran, C. Artman, R. Beiting, D. Belanger, D. Ceckowski, the Rev. l. DeClairac, S.J., Major Fecteau, M. Godlewski, J. Haure, J. Kinn, D. Kent, M. McKinnon, J. McNellis, the Rev. J. Mechan, M.M., C. Pfaff, R. Rang, R. Remski, L. Renuart, R. Stevens, D. Stevens, D. Swanz, D. Schnitzler, R. Taurence, R. Xerat. staged and produced "Paint Your Wagon," "Two Gentlemen Players from Verona," and sponsored the Douglas Rains lecture. Active Players: C. Anderson, A. Annas, A. Broder, J. Byrne, C. Case, F. Corrigan, J. Dotterweich, P. Morouse, J. Garza, B. Grigaliunas, I R. Hachlinski, M. Hendrie, M. , Keenan, J. Madda, D. Magyar ' - - r D. Mateczun, P. McElroy, Dl Q 1e', ,..7t ' McGaffey, P. McGaffey, M , mtl i ' Mudge, M. Noethen, T. Pazik, , QM !!! , ,. Q . ". ,. 5 ff 11, it , . !,-., . , R. Ramos, S. Ranucci, J. Regenold ' W J. Savedes, N. Schmidt, J. 35' if A Schnitzer, N. Schneider, C. Seech 'if' -i - J J. Shaheen, A. Storey, T. Stumpo : -1- A. Truhon, B. Warner, F. West, B. Williams. R. Hachlinski J. Shaheen Polud sponsored the traditional Polish Christmas Eve Dinner "Wigilia," and took part in Spring Carnival and Food Basket Drive. Among its social activities were a sleigh ride, picnic, trips, and singing Christmas carols, both English and Polish. Officers: R. Kaczmarski, president, K. Michon, vice president, R. Gdowski, treasurer, A. Bosh, corresponding secretary,.R. M. Glembocki, recording secretary, A. Nowik, sergeant at arms, J. Czerkis, social chairman. Members: E. Bieniek, R. Bratkowski, R. Chapupniczok, J. Derkowski, N. Dobrowolski, J. Drobot, P. Furmanek, R. Gabryelski, R. Goclowski, M. Godlewski, D. Kaminski, J. Kowalewski, J. Krok, R. Kubinski, C. Kuczara, C. Lupas, J. Melford, S. Nebroski, L. Nawinski, A. Powlik, C. Rudy, R. Sadowski, A. Schreiner, A. Skowron, A. Skurski, S. Stec, C. Szymanski, B. Wlosinski, S. Wrobel. i'-an Qi 7 A- , J. Loeffler A. Denham J. Casper ' ' ' ' ' was founded in T948 to Radio Engineering Association advance me general in- terest and welfare of the art of amateur radio communication at the University of Detroit and the general community. The call letters are WSLGA, the club operates a licensed short-wave radio station. The members participate in National Radio Operating Proficiency contests. Officers: J. Loeffler, president, D. Day, vice president, J. Casper, secretary, R. Parker, treasurer, R. Denham, activities manager. Members: W. Breed, 330 J. Browne, J. Kirkbride, I. Kramarchuk, E. Mack, J. Prough, D. Rogers, M. Wilhelm. Red cross Board' representative of the American Red Cross's inter-collegiate branch, sold Christmas ornaments before Christmas and made rag dolls for a school for exceptional children. A new activity this year was the t arranging of members of the International Students Association to speak to various groups at the Red Cross headquarters. The girls presented three shows with other collegiate boards for several homes for the aged during the spring semester. Members: H. Schlachter, chairman, M. Buckalew, C. Cicil- . lini, M. Cooley, S. Gardiner, N. Hogan, K. Manning, C. Mirek, M. Norton, A. Pavelites, S. Pop- pert, D. Rustoni, M. Shannon, M. Stewart, S. Stewart, S. Vachon, J. Wezemael. H. Schlachter M. Cooley F .B fu. -.1 -qu. J. Grant R' golf T. Kennedy L. Renuart Rifles the Army ROTC precision drill team, took part in inter-collegiate ' drill competitions, provided color guards for local parades and University functions, and co-sponsored the Military Ball, helped at St. Francis Home, put on the first ROTC Communion Breakfast, and held their annual awards dinner in May. Officers: M. Jones, president, W. Schild, vice president, A. Dragoni, secretary, J. Donovan, treasurer, T. Schervish, lfsgt. W. Greif, commander. Members: A. Basile, R. Beauchamp, E. Bittenbender, P. Brosnohan, A. Bublys, R. Bublys, P, Camill, F. Catalano, A. Cosacchi, C. Curcio, P. Fagan, G. Foini, A. Fisher, M. Flowers, D. Gapp, A. Giles, W. Hallahan, T. Harrison, T. Herman, L. Koerner, R. Laparskas, A. Late, C. Magrun, F. Matous, P. Kwasny, M. Matuszak, G. Monnier, E. Nawotka, G. Pavuk, M. Pennucci, K. Pickles, J. Rossman, A. Schebil, J. Serdenis, F. Silovsky, W. Wilson, E. Zdankiewicz, G. Zeitz, P. Zerbo. sailing primary purpose is to make sailors of interested students. Participation in intercollegiate regattos in the spring and fall give ample opportunity to use the club's three tech dingies. As o collegiate sport, the racing represents U-D throughout the country, and is recognized as one of the mid-west's outstanding groups Officers: J. Caton, commodore, J. McKinney, vice com- . H. FTTVS modore, D. O'Leary, treasurer, P. Drummond, Fleet QQ. ' ' sl.: captain, A. Grix, recording secretary, M. Mobley, cor- N I responding secretary, B. O'Reilley, racing team captain. 1" ' Members: D. Baker, A. Basile, B. Beck, S. Bowen, J. 'W P, Brown, S. Cadarat, F. Clark, J. Cobb, A. Cusick, D. 'J' "wg:-33" - ' Deuby, B. Dietz, C. Downs, A. Drumm, J. Drummond, Q" "" " J. Drummond, R. Durouchelle, R. Dunn, J. Fenbert, Ar' '-gi., 4 S. Fox, M. Gaspardo, T. Gormley, H. Grimaldi, J. Grob, ' .1 T. Harvey, F. Higgins, J. John, J. Jordan, J. Jordan, J. Kinn, L. Koerner, D. Kushner, P. Latil, M. McCann, M. McKenzie, E. Maier, C. Mallat, L. Marrs, D. Marks, K. A. Grlx Marrin, J. Miles, S. Nebrowski, J. Nelson, B. Newton, K. Norton, O. Oakley, K. Parks. R. Pawloski, C. Pfaff, B. Pieczarka, J. Pierog, S. Poppert, S. Rath, M. Robichaud, M. Rodge, J. Roehrig, D. Schadden, D. Schiman, B. Scholtz, L. Shaliean, B. Shaw, S. Shefferley, J. Sherry, V. Smith, B. Stackpoole, G. Stefani, J. Stenger, J. Steyaert, M. Simms, P. Storing, T. Strong, R. Stievater, M. Stumphauser, M. J. Sullivan, T. Tamblyn, L. Trudell, C. Valentine, B. Van Antwerp, L. Yott, B. Watson, T. Woiak. ' ' s onsors guests from business to secretarlal sclence club' hzlp members get better acquainted with the requirements ofthe business world. A carefully planned social program aids members in acquiring personality traits that are necessary for their careers. Service to the university is also a part of the Club's ac- tivities. Members do typing for many campus functions and offer their other services whenever possible. Officers: D. Hohnke, president, C. Angelo, vice presi- dent, J. Czarnecki, secretary, G. Curtis, treasurer. Members: K. Baron, S. Binder, M. Gaca, G. Goucher, J. Greely, P. Kelly, A. Knight, G. Krok, C. Lesic, C. Matthews, J. Pirolli, J. Sulli- van, l.. Theisen, L. Verduyn, F. Warhol, F. Phillips. D- Hvhnke G- CWS J Fowler D Throsen J Churgay R Jursca Soclety of American Mllltary Englneers, fsungef and characterIzed by a TOUTSQIETE and bar rnbbon of scarlet block and Whlfe promotes Interest In mIlItary and other kinds of englneeflng Wllh lectures and held trIps It presented The Socnety Medal to ITS most actIve member and sponsored a fall and sprIng dInner dance Offlcers J Fowler presldent J Churgay VICE presIdent R Jursca treasurer D Tharesen recordIng secretary G Dessmger correspondIng secretary Members Brower W Brown W Bucholz P Burns E CalpIn M Daly T Depa Dougherty R Gaydos W Horrnson J Houle E Mack C Malnar MGFIHO T Martone G Maytus F McKenna H MItchell J Pck Pegg J Redecha E Rogola J SaIlor R SalturellI R Seaton J SkupIn Seaton J SKUPIH R Stevens W Susor J TomsIc B WIttman B Zanlungo S Chocholek L CGlVISI R 5Cl'tCIll8l' Soclety of Automotlve Engineers, S'Ud'ed "W" held wnth guest speakers and movles at theIr meetlngs Officers S Chocholek chalrman C Pace VIC8 chaIrman L COlVISl secretary treasurer for sectIonA R Schaller secretary treasurer for sectIonB Members LH Atterbury W AUSTIN Baldwun W Barr J Barrett C Baumann L BIndseIl J Blaska J Bozyk Brody R BuccI R Burns R Canale W Carty P Chervenak J Churgay Clsek D DICICCO R Dodt P Doman T Dunne G Farrell F Fazzlo Gannon J Gardner J Getz J Gross D Haase G HensIen R Holbrook Johnson C Jones T Kane L Kennedy J Kllbane J Kneese R MartIn SeIwert R SImoneou J Smutek S Sobczak B Sptllane J Srnecz SurIano L SzymanskI J Vorobel J Waughn N WIatr R Wroblewsku Ybarrando P ZaleskI 'S 64 M Ward E Pelletner W Dwyer an organIzatIon of CGThOllC students IS dedlcated to the sodahty sanchhcatlon of ITS members and of others and to te defense of the Church lt was founded on the U D campus In l884 and has as ITS specIfIc purpose to form and tram lay CatholIc leaders In every sphere ot ltfe Intellectual prolesslonal and soclal To thns end candidates and members are gIven Instructron and experIence In spIrItual and apostolIc GCTIVITIGS SodalIty members fl'llS year conducted mIssIon drIves danly In the UnIon on annual Chrlstmas Card dlsplay and sales and a mud winter Tralnlng School of Sodalnty ACTION Offlcers R Marzolf prefect W Dwyer vuce prefect M Word secretary E Pelletler treasurer Members M Alderson C Baumgardner G Bush H Byle P CamIll M Canfield A Carlncl C Case R Cuslck J Dodson M Doerlng T Dunne M Dunne L Ebeler C Egan T Enderby D GIrard G Goode J GuInan R Hayduk P Hermes J Heumbuck K HInch M Kakalec J Klfkbflde N Kleha B LaHood L Leonard N Leplae T LIpIec B Lorentz T LubInskI C Lyter W McCarthy J MIller Moloney S Monaghan G Mullan J Nagel J Namphy N Navarre Neuenfeldt S Noonan B OlIvIch E Polk P PrIebe J Raedle G Reynolds Rrch F Rtzzo M Roblchaud H Ruhano L St Amour P SatkIewIcz Schlmmel M Shea Z SleklIUCkCS P Smlth C Sontag F SOSDOWSKI Splllard R Sparman C Studmger J Styer P Sutphen K Tallleu J Taube Toblczyk D Tupper J Womac E WronskI students serves as a meetmg place for the out ot town students slnce It IS located dlrectly across school on LIvernaIs On St Patrlck s Day they stage a tug of war between the lrIsh and the Germans The wmner has elther saurecraut or corn beef and cabbage for dInner that mght The Club also co sponsored the VarsIty Ball thus year The 1959 HomecomIng parade saw the club wIn the trophy lor the best organuzahonal float Officers T Nachazal presIdent T Chelsky vIce prestdent G Buchel secretary G Nortz treasurer E DobrInsky custodnan L Lewls membershlp T Reynolds party T PIeronI purchasIng B CrocI publIcIty the Rev Lawrence Schumm SJ moderator T Nachazel T Chelsky G Buchel J Drogosch G P'-'ll Student Natlonal Educatlon Assoclatlon, gymfgid bers Interested In educatIon conducted guuded campus tours for hugh schoolers entervIewed dIstInguIshed teachers on a Channel 56 TV program and brought speakers to theIr meetIngs to talk on dufferent phases of educatuon Last November the group conducted a workshop for 400 hugh schoolers Interested In teachmg as a career Offlcers J Drogosch presIdent G KIng VICE presndent G Putz treasurer Members S Hartzell J Marsh M Slmms P Hemmeter M RaleIgh C Oser E KolIbar M Nnederoest P Rach J Blecla McCarthy M Ward J Latewskl S Hardwlck C Sobdltch C Ranke Rose J Duckett A Pavelxtues J GeIman M Sandora E Rodocker Puster L TIntInallI A GrIx B OlIvIch G Putz L BIelat L POSIVGK MIller F SOSHOWSKI L Ganem J Dunnelly G Stetmel M Snyder RUSTOHI H MardIgIan A Plakas S Vachan S ChrIstIe E Cutter H GIbson A Lynch Thunderblrd Dr'nTeaI11 took part In IntercollegIate drIll competItIons and such commumty and UnIversIty protects as Armed Forces Day Parade and the honor and color guards for Home games and the MIIITOFY Ball Officers R Sunano presIdent Lynch vIce presldent E Cutter treasurer H Glbson secretary Members Bacher R Cooper T Dwer G FlleCCIC J Glllen M Howley F Jonke Kennedy L KIng D Klenda R Kudeck C Lemont W Lobbestael Manano P Marnott D MerruccI P Mltchell J Morrow R OToole PGTTIG G Poquette P Poquette D 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' 1 1 . . , r . organization of the club led to its present name, the X Gl CLUB, and at this time regular peace time veterans were allowed to become members. Their main purpose is to bring the veterans into closer fellowship both on campus and at social functions oft campus. Members this year were active in uni- versity functions by helping at the St. Francis Home for Boys. The club sponsored "The Guidon Cotillion," and the annual Vet- erans Honorary Aword to the outstanding graduation veteran. Officers: J. Barrett, president, J. Carney, vice president, M. J. Carney J. Walton Failer, secretary, J. Walton, trea- surer. Members: J. Aubrey, R. Ball, W. Bielicki, C. Boigegrain, M. Britz, R. Brohamer, H. Bronczyk, R. Browning, R. Burger, E. Burke, J. Cameron, K. Ciacuch, J. Comeau, J. Currie, S. Coussement, T. Delaunay, D. Domas, M. Durney, R. Dziurda, D. Falotico, J. Farris, W. Fell, J. Fix, J. Fogou, T. Frost, F. Gondoly, Z. Grzegorek, K. Johnson, J. Joyce, R. King, G. Kushner, J. Lyons, J. McAuliffe, G. McCarthy, P. McGorisk, J. McSweeney, J. Miller, R. Muhal, T. Neenan, R. O'Donnell, W. O'Donnell, Z. Piscotty, R. Roddy, C. Roney, G. Rosinski, W. Sample, A. Shevock, R. Schiavane, D. Shirey, W. Spehn, J. Stonick, P. Trupiano, T. Twomey, L. Vizkelety. M. Pettit J. Kesiel P. Marsh W. Barraco Young Democrats to promote the Senior Democratic Party and ' interest in politics on campus, sponsored a number ot politically prominent speakers and conducted campus political polls. 332 Officers: J. Miller, chairman, B. Barraco, vice chairman and correspond- ing secretary. Members: J. Cubitt, l. Cserneizky, E. Cybulski, K. Dwyer, M. Doyle, S. Dixon, G. Kisiel, B. Murphy, B. McGinn, F. Morris, J. McAuliffe, J. Marsh, J. Newlon, J. Oust, J. Raleigh, F. Rourke, C. Tomlinson, K. Schloff. S. Shaughnessy J. McDonald S. Schmidt Young Republicans of the Political Union, in 1957, promote political awareness among students, direct their political energies, and foster participation in the party of their choice. The Young Republicans ioined with groups from other colleges in Wayne County in the publication of a paper, College Chatter, and invited outstanding speakers to the campus once a month. Officers: D. Lutz, G. McDonnell, co-chairmen, S. Schmidt, vice chairman, D. Fanale, recording secretary: S. Shaughnessey, corresponding secretary, J. McDonald, treasurer. Members: J. Andrews, R. Baker, B. Barton, G. Bonahoom, J. Bryk, W. Buhl, H. Byrne, .Cook, M. Denton, J. Detterweich, D. Grimes, E. Harding, P. Henes, . Krasusky, H. Letmann, K. Lyon, K. McDermott, T. McLaughlin, W. Menke, G M P. Monahan, P. Moray, D. O'Connor, R. Pedzieski, J. Plunkett, C. Ptatt, C. Rogers, S. Scavone, C. Stumb, Jr., B. Verbiest, C. Visintainer, J. Zalke. Abele, Fred .........., Abramoski, Ed ....... Acciaioli, A. .. ......,. . Acho, Andy ...,..,... Agusti, Shirley A. Aimette, Alexander Air Force ROTC .... Alam, Joseph A. .,.. . Albee, Ray .,...,...,...... Albinak, Marvin J. Albrecht, Eugene J. Albus, Jerry J. Alderman, Grady .. Aleosp, Al ...,.,.,,..,, Alfoldy, S. P. ,.,.. . Alis, Tassin ....... Allen, Bill ,,,,,, A... 218 218 284 150 ..284 H294 238 ........233, 237, ...fff21'ii. 272 225 .........283 .........284 33 ......,.,218 Alongi, V. .................. Alpha Chi .,.,...,.,.,....,.. .,...,..... Alpha Epsilon Delta ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 36, Alpha Kappa Psi ......... .,..,...... Alpha Omega .,.....,,. ......., Alpha Phi Omega ..,.... .... Alpha Sigma Nu .,....... ........ Alpha Sigma Tau .,...., .,....., Alquist, Robert ..,.......,........ ..... Alumni Day ............,. . ,...,............. ...... , . American Chemical Society ,..,. ....... ,....... American institute of Architects . ............ , American lnstitute of Chemical Engineers .,..........,,................. American lnstitute of Electrical Engineers , .,...,........,....,...,.......,......, . American Society of Civil Engineers ,...... American Society of Heating and Air- conditioning Engineers .,.. ,..,..,.,., . .303 .179 324 .325 .325 165 .323 .325 . 90 .286 . 62 .327 .327 .327 .328 .328 Anderson, Charles ................ 9, 157, 162 272 Anderson, Dick . ..,,... ....... 2 48, 249, 251 Anderson, R. G. .,.... ..................... 2 84 Anderson, Robert . .,,... ..,... ......... 2 9 4 Anderson, Thomas D. ...... ............ 3 02 Andrews, Jack .... .,....,.. . . ....,........ 37 Angel Flight .. ........... .....,.. 9 7, 328 Annick, John W. .... ...... ..., . . 294 Anolick, E. R. .....,....,.... ......... 2 84 Antoninus, Brother .,,,, , ,,,,, 38 Antoun, Josephine .......... ,...,.... 2 72 Arbour, John ........,...,..........,. ....,, 1 08 Architectural Engineering ...., .....,... ' 85 Afenfs. Donald ............... ........, 2 94 Arlinghaus, Francis A. .... ...... 1 03 Arnold Air Society ..,.. ,........ 3 28 Arnold, Robert J. . ........ .,.,,,,., 2 84 Arrowsmith, Thomas ..,... ...... 227 Asam, James . ...........,........,,......,. .......,. 2 72 Asher, Tony .......,..,.........,,,......,,..... ....,,... 2 18 Association of the U. S. Army ............... Athletic Office Staff AUPVSY, John ............. Azarewicz, Joseph ..,.,.,....... -5- Bacalauriate ...,......, Baer, Berthold ..... Baitinger, Bonnie Baker, Don .....,.,... Baker, William ..,,. Balaze, J. . ,..... . ,..... . Balcom, Judith L. Baldwin, Richard A. . .... . Balenger, Tom .. ....... .. Balent, Richard L. Balicki, James' F. .. .328 .........228 .......,.272 . ..... 90 .. ...... 108, 109 306 247 64 sand ...................... ...... 1 67, 198, 199, Bangela, W. M. .. Banks, Gary .,..... 284 306 294 162 294 294 328 284 218 INDEX Barath, Desire ,,.,. . Baribeau, J. L. .. .,.,. .. Baron, Kathleen ..... Barone, Vito ........ Barr, William .,.... Barrett, T. J. .. ..... ,... . Barrett, Thomas W. Barrie, Miles ............. Barron, James M. Barsanti, Elaine ......... Bartels, Gustdve L. Bdrter, Alice K. . Barthlow, N. H. . ...,. Bartoszewicz, John ...... Basford, Michael J. Bassett, Joseph .,..... Bates, F. Leslie ....,.. Battle, J. J. ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bauer, Bill ..... ........,..... Baumann, Charles J. Bautez, Dorothy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bayma, Robert ..............,... Boyne, S. J., Rev. David C Baysinger, Jane A. ,.,,,,,,, , Beaber, Robert N. ......... . Beany Bounce ,.... Beard Contest ........ Beaudet, Charles ....... Bedard, Robert ....., Behesnilian, G. S. Beiting, Robert ...,.. Belanger, Daniel Belaski, Joseph ...,., Bell, Jacquelyn ,,,, Bellanca, Peter ........ Bellmore, J. P. . .......... .. Belprez, Richard D. ,,,,, , Benecki, John E. .... , Benkert, Gene A. ,,,,,,,,,,, , Bc-rardi, Lloyd F. ...........,, . Berdan, S. J., Rev. William ,,,,,,,, Beresh, Stephen .......,.....,.. Bergmann, Peter G. .... . Bergner, Rudolph W. .,..... . Berkowski, Joseph A. ..... . Bess, Leon D. ,..,..., ..... . Beta Alpha Psi ...,,.. Beta Gamma Sigma .,.. Beusterien, Robert J. ..... . Briggs, Robert M. ...,.. . Bilicki, Agatha A. .,........ Bellinghurst, Ray C. .... . Bindseil, Lawrence J. .... , Birch, Cecil .........,............ Biscomb, William M. ,,,,,, Black, Ron .......,..,..,....... Blackburn, Bill ....,,...... Blakeslee, Robert ..,. Blaska, Joseph E. Blindauer, T. .....,.... Blossom, Pat ........ Blue Key .................,.,. Blumenfeld, S. I. ,,,,,,,,,,,, H Bob-lo Moonlight Cruise .. Bobroski, Marie .............. Bodman, Henry T. ,,,,,, , Boelte, Marian ......... Bohas, Nancy ,,,,,, Boike, James ..,.... Boltz, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bonahoom, Pat A. ......... . Bonaventure, Sr. Mary .....,. Bomor. D. J. .............. . Bompair, T. ,,,,,,,,,,,, Bonn, Francis E. .... . Bonnette, Dennis Bonnice, E. ,,,.,,,,,, Boris, Paul N. ,..,. . Boskowski, T. R. 76 303 284 294 294 284 294 152 ...9. 151. .68 ...,..,284 186, ...Q.f.f19Li.' 294 ...302 .284 . 62 .303 194 .294 .262 294 .111 .272 .294 . 18 .209 . 57 .266 .303 .272 .272 .294 .306 .302 .284 .294 .294 .272 .294 22 .284 .136 . 77 .265 .284 .323 .323 .284 . 76 .272 .284 .294 . 76 .272 .159 .252 . 85 .294 .227 272 .323 .303 .......272 . ......... 42 ........121, 306 306 227 227 .......272 58 284 218 294 272 162 294 284 BOSS, Peter E. ...........,. ......... 2 72 Botsas, Eleytherios N. .................,.,,..,..,..... 285 Bow, Nancy J. ......,..,..................,,.,..........., 64 Bowen, Bob .,......,...,... 9, 154, 172, 233, 242 Bowker, John ................... Bowling League ,,,,,, Boyd, Jane C. Boyko, R. W. ........ . Brady, Thomas Bradley, Mary Braeuner, Bernhard C. .... . E. ...,..... . Brandt, A. F. ..........,..,, . Brashear, Finton W. ,.... . Brauer, Art ......,........... Brazil, Lloyd . ...,...... . Breener, B. ...,..,... . Bremer, Roy ,.,....... Brennan, Jerome P. ,....... Brennan, Katherine F. .,.... . Britt, S. J., Rev. Lawrence Broder, Alice ......,...,.......... Brohamer, Rick F. .,,...,.., . Brook, Thomas W. ,,.. , Brooks, Arlene E. Brooks, James B. Brooks, R. E. ......,.,..... . Broussard, Emma J. .... . Brower, F. W. ....... . Brown, Dan R. Brown, Jim ,,,,,,,,,, Brown, John R. Browne, John P. ...,... . Bruce, Mike ..............,,.... Brudzinski, Donald J. Bruen, P. T. ....,.,...,,.,.. . Brunton, Rodney F. .... . Brykalski, J. M. ...... . Bubrowski, A. V. ..,.. . Buchel, Gerald ............... Buckalew, Mary F. .,........ . Budzinowski, Stanislaus W. Bukart, John B. ................ . Burchi, R. L. .......,,.,..... . Burgwin, Richard J. .... . Burke, Edward J. ..... . Burns, Frank A. .... . Burns, Richard N. .,...... . Bushaw, Clarence J. .... . Buskirk, G. E. ..,...,.... . Buus, Nils ......,.. Buyan, Jon R. ....,.. . Byle, Helen M. Byrne, Howard E. 328 .........285 ........ .303 272 .......9, 154, ........218, 221, 272 254 .........227 .......228, 252, 88 ........ .294 V. ........... .55, 201 ...........,157 ..... .273 ......294 ......273 ......294 ......285 ......273 ......285 ......273 247 .......114, 302 .......243, 273 . .....,...... 285 .......-.285 .......168, 285 ......273 76 ..... .273 ......285 75 ......285 ......273 ......295 98 ......303 ......144 ......295 ......273 ......285 Byrne, Jan ......,..................... ...... 1 59 - C - Cadaret, James ..... ...... 2 18 Cadek, Fred ,.............. ...... 2 18 Cain, Jim ........................ ......... 2 18 Cain, S. J., Rev. James .... Calihan, Bob ,,,,,,, Callow, James F. ........ . Calvisi, Louis A. ..... . Campbell, Robert ......... Campolo, Frank J. .... . Cannon, Michael ...... Capalano, Frank ....... Carlson, Arthur S. .... . Carney, James H. Carnival ............. ...... ........ . Carolin, J. L. .................. . Carron, S. J., Rev. Lionel Carron, S. J., Rev Malcolm Carstens, Norman K. ...... . Cartwright, Charles ...... Carty, William F. Caruso, Peter L. ..... . Case, Carole ...... ...........49, 75 ......232, 233 58 ............295 .......171, 285 ............295 .........227 .........262 .. ............. 285 . ........ 207 et sq. ............267 ........55, 286 .........303 .........218 .........295 .........295 43 333 Cash, C. Edward .,..,.. 285 Cassell, Patti ..........,... .....,........, 1 56 Cavanaugh, Pat ....,......... ......... 1 63, 252 Cavanaugh, Michael R. ...... ,........,. 2 85 Chamberlain, George E. .... ....,.......... 2 95 Chapel ........,....,........,.... ............... 4 0 41 Chaplow, Thomas J. .,., ..,...,,,...,,.,..,..... 2 85 Chapman, Tom ...,..... ......... 2 18, 222, 225 Chapp, Gayle .............. ...................,.... 2 73 Charest, Gerald T. ...... ,..................., 5 7 Charron, William .................. .............. 1 24 Cheerleaders ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 167, 328 Chehayl, S. J., Rev. George .....,............ 56 Chemical Engineering ..,....,....... ......... 8 7 Chemistry .......,........,..........,.. ..,.. 6 2 Chervenak, Paul R. ..,.,. ...... 2 95 Chess Club ,................... ............ 3 28 Ciacchia, Daniel L. .,.... ........,,...,. 2 95 Chickowski, Frank ..,.. ......... 2 33, 241 Chi Epsilon ........... ..,....,....., 3 24 Chin, Raymond K. ........ ...,.. 2 95 Chi Sigma Phi .,...,........,., ...... 3 25 Chocholek, Stanley E. .... .. 295 Chodubski, J. A. .,........ ,........ 2 73 Chorus .,........................ ...... 7 66, 323 Christ, Paul .....,..,.,...,...... ,......,, 2 18 Christensen, Evelyn A. ...,. ...... 2 73 Christmas .....,..,.....,... 44 Christmas Ball .,..,.... ......., 1 94 Chun, Marian ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 88 Chute, George M. ........... ...,.... 9 0 Ciaciuch, Kenneth M. ...,, .........,....... 2 85 Cicarelli, Thomas .,....,. ..,......,....... 2 27 Cicillini, Tina ..,....,.,...,... .....,.. 9 , 149, 356 Cierpilowski, Gerald , ...... .........,........... 2 27 Cisek, Edward J. ........ ..,..........,.,. 2 95 Cisler, Walker ....,..,... ....,..., 2 06 312 Clancy, Joseph H. ...... .....,...,. 2 85 Clancy, Robert J. ..... ........ 2 95 Clark, Donald W. ...... ......., 2 85 Clark, Daniel R. ....... ........ 2 95 Clayton, C. J. ........ , . .,,. ....285 Cleminson, M. J. ......,.............,................ 285 Clifford, Kathleen .......,.,.,........................ 273 Colurnbiere ,........ ..,.. ,..... 1 2 8, 1129, 130, 131 Comeau, J. Edward .,............... Q ................, 57 Comella, John T. ......... .........,. 3 5, 303 Commencement ..,...... ......... 2 70 271 Condion, Tom .,...,,..............,.................... 254 Condron, Thomas . ,... ......... , ........................, 2 52 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine .....,.. 329 Conley, Frank M. .,..........,....,....,............... 108 Connolly, Gerald J. ....,...,......................... 273 Connors, William E. .,.,......... ........ 2 85 Conroy, S. J., Rev. Charles ....... ........ 1 28 Conway, Pat ...............,......... ....... 2 42 Cook, Alice B. ,.,..,.,.....,.,.... ....... , 273 Cook, T. M. ,,,,,. ,,,,,,., 3 03 Cooke, T. A. ............. ........ 2 85 Coonan, Lester P. ..,.. .,....., 6 3 Corazzol, John E. ......, ........ 2 73 Corbett, Pete ......... ........ 2 33 Cornish, James M. ..... .............. 2 86 Corona, Marcia .,.....,.., . ,....... 9, 227 Corrigan, Fran ................. ,.......... 1 59 Cortegiano, Josette F. ..... ,.,..... 2 73 Cosgrove, Willis J. ....., ........ 3 03 Costello, Thomas 273 Coyro, W. F. ,........., .....,.. 2 86 Craine, Clyde P. ....... ..... 5 8 Crane, Robert ......... ,.....,. 2 18 Crawford, William .....,...... .....,.. 2 95 Cronin, John ......,...,............ ........ 3 12 Cross, S. J., Rev. Lawrence .....,. ..... 5 9 Crowley, John ,...,....,...,....... .,...,.. 2 86 Crowley, M. Diane ,..... .,...... 3 06 Cserneczky, lldiko ....,. ........ 2 74 Cubitt, James ........... ........ 2 74 Culhane, Daniel ...... ........ 2 95 Culver, Walter ..... 334 ,....,..295 INDEX Cummins, K. D. ..............,. ...... 8 8 Cunningham, Joseph .,.. ......... 2 27 Curtin, E. Darien ....... ...,.... 2 74 Curtin, Margaret- .... ,....... 2 74 Curtin, Michael ....., ..,..,., 2 74 Curtis, G. M. ....,.. ..,..... 2 86 Cusick, Dick .,..., ..... 3 1 Cusie, Mary ......... ......,. 2 63 Cushing, Fred ....,.. . ..,..... 274 Cutter, Earl ,..... ,........ 1 62 Cyrowski, Carl ,,... ......... 2 86 Czarnecki, Mary ...... ......... 2 86 Czarnota, Evelyn ,..... ..,.... 2 86 Czyzak, Stanley ...........,,... ..,..... 1 26 .. D ... Dad-Daughter Night .,., ..................... 1 74 Daguanno, Richard J. ..... .,..,.. 2 52, 255, 286 Dailey, James .......... . ....,...........,... 295 Dakan, Frank ...., ,........ . ..,.... 9 8 Damasre, Richard ,.... ........... 2 86 Damiani, Chester ....., ............... 9 8 Dando, William ......, ...,,.... 2 52, 253 Dardas, Mike .......... ...,.,......... 2 27 Dasaro, E. J. ,.....,....,... ,........... 2 74 Daszkiewicz, S. W. ..... ........ 2 95 Dautrick, Kay .......... ........ 3 06 David, Donald ,,...,. ......., 2 86 Davis, Robert ..,, ........ 3 56 Davis, Ray , ...... .,...... 2 18 Davison, R. F. .... .,...... 3 03 Day, Dennis ..........,. ........ 2 95 Day, E. D. .....,........... .....,.. 2 86 DOY, William M- ......,...,.. .. ,....... 312 Dean of Women's Tea ......,.,.., ........ 2 72 Dearden, Archbishop John F. ........,........... 270 Debevec, J. .............,.......................,....,..... 252 DeBusschere, Dave... 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 239 Decker, J. Lawrence ......................,......... 295 Decker, S. J., Rev. Peter ...... ........ 5 6 Defaua, Marvin ...,.,....,......,.. ....,... 2 95 De Lisi, Peter ..,.............,.,. ........ 2 74 Del Rossi, Peter ..... ...,..,..., 2 27 Delta Phi Epsilon .......... ............. 1 37 325 Delta Sigma Delta ..... ..........,.......,..... 3 25 Delta Sigma Pi .....,,. .... , .137, 272, 325 ..,Delta Zeta ..,,.,.. ........ 4 8, 192, 325 DeLuca, Thomas .... ............... ,..... 2 2 7 Deras, T. J. , ....,......., .......,,......,.. 3 03 De Mattia, Mike ., ..... ......., 2 50, 278 De Matteis, William ...,.,..,..,.... .......,,...... 2 95 DeMott, Gerald ., ...........,..,.,...,.... ............ 2 86 Dempsey, S. J., Rev. Richard ............ 22, 76 De Muynek, Evelyn .....,........,...... ........ 2 74 Dental Hygienists .........,.......,,, ....,... 1 79 Denton, Mary .,........ ........ 2 86 De Ronghe, Roger .....,. .,...... 2 86 Desmond, John ,.......... .,...... 2 74 Detavernier, David ..... ....,... 2 86 Detroiter, the Campus .... ...,.... 3 23 Deupree, J. F. ...,......... ..... 6 2 Devaney, John ........ ...,.... 9 Devereaux, James ....... ...... .................. 2 2 7 Dewyer, Bill ............ .,...............,,.,..,....... 1 41 Dietz, Anthony .,.,.,..,....... 171, 177, 274, 312 Diciorgio, Anthony .......,......,..................... 296 Dilworth, E. J. .,...... .,.......................... 3 02 Di Maggio, Simon ..... ......,................. 2 96 Dingens, John ...,..... ......... 2 18, 225, 286 Ditucci, Joseph ..,...,. ..............,..,... 2 96 Dixon, Elizabeth ...... ...........,...... 2 86 Dixon, Sandy ....,. ,.... DiZazzo, Pasqualina DiZazzo, Pasqualina .,.... Dobroski, Jerome ....... Dobrzynski, Stanley ..... Dodt, Robe rt . .,........ . Dohony, W. J. .... . ........,286 .,.......286 68 ......,..296 ....,,...296 ...,.....296 .........286 Doherty, John ...... Doherty, Walt ...... Dolin, S. .......,.. . Doman, Pat ..,......,..,. Domino, Walter ,...,.... Domzalskl, Lorraine ...,.. Donagrarlde, Richard ..... Donaldson, Rosemary Donohue, Gilbert .......... Donohue, P. G. .......... . Donovan, Gerald . .... ,. Doonan, Marilyn ..,. Dorko, John ......... Dorm Council ...... .218 .230 .303 .296 ,296 .........196 ,. ..,.... 218 ...,.....286 .........286 ........274 ,........274 .........306 ........296 ........172 Dormer, James .,.,.....,.............. ........ 9 6 Dauerer, W. P. ................ ,........,. ......,. 2 9 5 Dowling, S. J. Rev. Edward ,...... ..... 9 5 Downs, Gabrielle .......,..,........,., ........ 2 74 Doyle, Mary .,........,...........,.. ........ 2 74 Doyle, Patti ......... ........,.....,.....,.......,.. 1 57 Drabczyk, E. ..,,...,......,.............,...,....,........ 252 Dromgold, Emerson .......,,... 218, 221, 225, 274 Drouillard, Charles .....,........,........,...... 9, 274 Drummond, Pat ........ .....,.. 2 47 Dube, Raymond ........... ........ 2 74 Ducey, Donald G. ..,.. ........ 3 02 Dudek, Conrad ...,.... .,...... 2 96 Dugall, Thomas ......... ........ 2 86 Duggan, F. W. ......,........... ......., 2 86 Duncombe, Charles G. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 23 Dunne, Tad .......,.......,...,. ..... 9 Dunnigan, Timothy ..... .,...... 2 74 Dunsky, J. L. .,.......... ........ 3 03 Dunstan, Robert ...... ........ 2 96 Durell, Mary ....... ..... 9 Durst, David ........ ........ 2 96 Dylewski, J. J. ..,.. ........ 3 03 Dusa, Donald ....,..... ........ 2 96 Dylus, Richard ........,.. ......., 2 33 Dymkowski, Beverly .,.,.. ........ 3 06 Dick the Bruiser ......... ........ 3 8 Dickow, Robert ..,............... ..,..... 2 74 .. E .. Eaton, William .......... ........ 7 7 Economics Club ....., .....,.. 3 29 Edwards, Samuel ...... ........ 1 37 Ehlendt, Juliane ..,... ........ 2 74 Eisner, Steve, ...... ..,........ 1 48 Elder, Robert ....,..,..,.... .........,.., 1 08 Elections ........,................ ...... 1 76, 177 Electrical Engineering ........ .......,... 9 1 Emanoil, Ronald .........,.... . ...... 286 Emmet, Thomas ,...........,.....,....,.........,........ 263 Endres, Berard ....,.,.....,..............,.,.....,...... 296 Engineering Student Council ..164, 168, 322 English ..,.............................., Eppert, Ray .................... Eschbauh, Lawrence ...,.. Esper, Donald ,..,......... Espinsoa, Jose ........ Espinosa, Julia ...... Eta Kappa Nu .....,... Evangelista, R. T. ..... . Evans, Dale ,.,...,....,.. Evans, M. ........,......,.. . Evening C'8tF Council ..... Evening C8iF School ......... -F- Faber, Ken .....,..................,.,, Faculty Board of Directors for Student Publications Fahey, Frank ...................... Fahrenkrug, Vern .,..,, Falk, James .......... Fancy, Noreen ,. Foner, Frank ..... .....,..312 ........263 ..274 57 68 324 70 .,.....,,...287 ,.....,.,168, 1 06, 322 107 24 ....,... .323 .........296 ,248 .........296 .306 . 9 7 Farabaug Bernard F rrell S J Rev All Farrell Gordon Farrell Gary Farnell W F Farrns John Faubert Gerard Faucette Gary Faulk Joan Faylor Terry Fazlo Janet Fazzlo Frank Fekete Elvlra Felbarth Wayne Felczak Lorralne Fenclng Feng Louls Ferega S C Ferry Hugh Flhn Joseph Feleccna Genese Fllllp Jerome Fmnerty Thomas Fnsher Alfred Fxsher Theodore Fltzgerald Catherine Fntzgerald Jerry Fltzgerald John Fntzgerald L F Flalole Mlchael Flemmg Raymond Fletcher Edward Fllntloclcs Floats Flylng Club Flynn Flynn lm Flynn Dennls Mnchael Rose Edward S J v Flynn Foley Foley 611 Joseph 16 48 9 Football Forensnc Soclety Forrest M E Forster John 262 263 219 et Forsthoefel S J Rev Paullnus 127 Foster Mary Fox Lorne Fox James Frankovsky Fratangelo Frazns Natalle Freel Thomas Freeman Elnzabeth Freeman Robert French Club Fresco Freund Clement Frrtsch Ernle Fuher Rnchord Funke F A Furlong Mrchael Andrew G In C L Galluccl Dnck Galvnn M A Gamma Eta Gamma Gamma P1 Epsvlon Gamma Slgma Sngma Gannon D J Gardiner S M G:.1r'nan C M Gam J M Garnet S J Gascoyne R Gaucher G J Gavner J F 48 165 210 7 7 7 7 4 6 7 O 7 6 7 275 9 96 7 26 2 96 75 275 2 2 6 2 296 INDEX Gazdeckl A Gdowskl R J Geer Ellhu Gelst Roberta G nn S J ev H Gem J Gemma James Genaw G E Gentule Bruce Georgeades J Gerard: Jasper Gergely M C Gsell H O Gesu Glacomlnl J A Grbson Jack Glbson H Glgnac D A Giordano M M Guroux R J Glaser R J Gleason Kathy Glenme R A Gllspln J Godfrey W P Godlewskl M Goebel Ed Goerllch J R Gohs Gerry Ga G L Goldsteln L V Gaodls H E enry C Goodman Marlorne Smlth Gorgone Robert Gorny E V Goud R R Grace R J Graduate School Graham Robert Gran C E Gan R L Graplc Photon lnc Gray Sr Mary Stephanie Greek Games Greek Sung Green G W Green S J Rev Lawrence Greene R P Greenfleld R Greenwalt W E Grlef W F Gremer Rosemary Gren R E Grewe W P Grnese S J Rev Grlgallunas W J Grx A C Grlx Beth Groesbeck D C os J Grubba John Gudebskl H C Guernsey H Gumbleton Dan Gusfa C A Gu ch G J Gutman J Guzman R M Gyvor F G Gwuzdala J L Haas Frederic Hass Vtolet Haase, Donald Hachlmskl Robert Hagen E E Hagen Joseph Hall Wendell R 9 6 147 149 87 7 7 O 87 7 7 97 7 7 7 4 36 6 50 84 O9 7 150 27 7 276 7 7 7 97 6 97 276 7 Hall Frank Hamilton J Hanamey Albert Hanawalt Thomas Haney James Hanley Anthony Hanlon Robert Hannon Stuart Harbrecht Damel Hardwlck Clyde T Hardwxck Sandra Hang Raenyl Harmon Damel L Horns Rlchard Horr W A Hart T V Hartmann S J R Cletus Hartzell Sally Haslem Edmond Hatcher Harry Hayes Francns Hayes P C Hause K J Heckler Francls Hebert Shnrlee Hedges Otto Heger George 233 235 240 Hege H S Heltman K L Henderson Everette Hengstebeck Charles Hendrle Henslen Herbert Hermes Mary Gllbert Donna Phlllrp Hershey Hewlg G F Hlcke Carol Hlcks Robert Hlgglns K J Hlggms Thomas Hull Merrntt Hlmelhoch Paul HsSJ ev Robert Hmsch James Hurt Damel Hustory and Geography Hoban Thomas Hobbs l.1nn 248 249 Hockensmlth Larry Hodous S J Rev Edward Hoffman H Theodore Hoffman Pmther Peter Hogan Nancy Hohenbrmk Mark Holbrook Rxchard Holden Hall 21 22 84 Hollns C Carroll Homecoming 180 184 Homecommg Queens Honeybees Honos J R Honor Organlzatlon Councll Hopper M F Horne L E Houle Arthur Howard Arnold Howne Jerome Howley Huard Hudson Huetter Hughes Hughes Alan Clayton D S J Rev Norbert Larry 233 237 Mlchoel Hull Ruchard Human Relatlons Club Hummel Robert Hurst Patricia Husband Thomas , ..,..t...,.....,.,,..,.............. 296 ', . ,.,.4.t..T.t.....,.......,..........,......,.. 275 ,I ..........,...,,......,.........................,. 297 6 , . ., . 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F. .,........... ..,..........., 2 76 Jackson, Ralph ..,... ...... 1 77, 276 Jackunas, Frank ....,. .,...,.... 2 18 Jacobs, J. .........,... ....... 2 52 Jacobson, J. M. ..... ......,. 3 04 Jaminet, R. A. ....,..... .....,., 2 76 Janareli, Richard .,.... ........ 2 B8 Janisse, Denis R. ..... ..... 5 7 Janisz, Taduese ..... ........ 9 0 Janus, Virginia ..... ......,. 2 97 Jarosz, Stephen ,...... .288 Janssen, V. M. ....... ........ 2 88 Javelin Throwing ...... ....... 2 49 Jereck, John ......,.. ...,.... 2 18 Jeris, Judy ..,.........,, ........... 48 Jerneycic, Dorothy ...... ....... 6 0, 276 Jessup, Dorothy ........ ........,.. 2 28 Juhn, Jere ............,.,. ...,.... 1 72 Johnson, G. C. .............. ........ 2 88 Johnston, Richard W. ....... ..,..... 2 97 Johnson, William E. .... ......,. 2 97 Jones, Charles M. ..... ........ 2 97 Jones, Daniel . ......... ...... ........,..... . . ...... 7 1 Joyce, William Kelly .............................. 112 Junior American Dental Association ........ 322 ... K .. Kabara, Jon J. ,.,....,...... ........ 1 27 Kaczmarski, R. M. ..... ...,.... 2 88 Kaiser, R. A. ....,..... .. ........ 297 Kalif, L. A. ............. ....... 2 76 Kakalec, M. A. ....... ....,,.. 2 97 Kaminski, E. J. ...... ..297 Kane, B. ................. ...... 2 18 Kane, John R. ..... ........ 2 88 Kane, T. J. ..,....... ........ 2 97 Kaner, A. H. .......... .........,........... 3 04 Kaner, M. J. ........,...... ................,....... 3 04 Kappa Beta Gamma ...... ,........ 4 7, 325, 184 Kappa Beta Pi ........... ....,...,...,..,..... 3 26 Kappa Sigma Kappa ....... ..,..... 3 26 Karam, W. G. ........... ....,.,. 2 97 Karbol, H. T. ............ ..... 6 8 Karpowicz, Ted ...... ......., 2 18 Kavanaugh, J. .... ......... 2 27 Kay, R. A. ,......... ........ 3 04 Kazmer, C. R. .... ............ 3 O6 Kean, Helen ....... ...,..., 4 8, 262 Keil, R. P. ............... ........ 3 02 Keller, John C. .......,.. .,...... 2 88 Kellis, Col. James ..... ,.... 9 6 Kelly, Fran .............. ......... 1 86 Kelly, J. T. ........ , ............... 297 Keenan, Mike ........ ...... 1 57, 243 Keenan, W. M. ....... ............ 2 76 Keller, M. J. ........ ......... 2 76 Kelly, Neil .... .....,,..... 2 33 Kelsch, J. J. ........... ..,............ 2 97 Kennedy, C. R. ...... . Kennedy, Dick ..... Kennedy, L. A. Kennedy, R. L. .... . 336 ........218, 225 .........298 INDEX Kennedy, D. J. ...... . Kenny, Donald J. .... . Kenwell, J. E. ..... , Kerwin, J. ......... . Kenwell, Joan .... Kibilclis, R. ....,... . Kieffer, R. J. ,.... . Kiesznowski, Bill ....... Kimmel, A. F. ....... . King, Paul ....,.. King, W. F. .,... . Kingery, L. B. ..,. . Kirsten, K. L. ....... . Klebba, L. M. .... . Kleha, N. C. Kleiner, A. F. .... . Kleinert, Ann .,......,... Klemens, Roney ....... Klinicki, Carol ...,.. Kloka, Dolly ..... Klueg, E. P. .,..... . Knapp, T. A. ...... . Kneisler, W. T. ...... , Knesse, J. L. ........,.. . Knight, Anne ............. Knights of Columbus Knight-Tyme .....,....... .. Knuth, R. ................. . Koenig, R. L. ......,. . Koepfgen, Helen .... Kolesnik, W. B. ..... . Kolibar, Emery .,.... Kolke, D. ............ . Korowin, D. .... . Kosti, C. M. Kosco, T. J. ...... . Kosticke, Steve ..... Kovalesky, Ray ..,., Kowal, Walter ..... Kowalczyk, Leon .... Kownacki, W. J. .... . Kraliev, Capt. B. ..... . Kramer, K. W. .......... . Kramer, Mary Beth . Kramer, Tom ........... Kramp, D.. l. J. .... .. Krawchuk, Fred ..... Krawczyk, E. G. .... . Kroger, W. M. .,.. . Krolicki, L. M. ...... . Kuhn, R. P. ....,........... . Krutsch, Raymond . 62 .126 .276 .218 . 69 . 58 .298 2 56 .298 .252 .276 .288 .288 .........276 .........277 252, 255, ............152, 9, 288 277 277 .........298 ,........277 .........304 .........298 .........289 .........329 ......,..182 .........227 .........298 33 68 24 .........218 .........227 .........304 .........298 .........243 .........242 .289 87 298 96 .........298 .........186 254 .........277 .........289 .........277 ........,277 .277 ,........289 .........289 Kurzava, Gerald ..... . ......... 289 Kruzel, Thomas .... .....,... 2 89 Kruzman, Diane .... ......., 2 89 Krazeminski, A. E. ,......... ..304 Kuhn, S. J., Rev. Alphonse ....... 50, 60 Kuiawo, Duane ............,....... ......,.. 2 91 Kwasny, Philip ................. ......... 2 89 Kwiecien, J. G. .................... ......... 2 77 Labadie, C. Patrick ,,,,.... ......, 3 56, 147, La Bond, J. H. ........ . Laethem, Alfred .,.,,, Lokar, R. R. ,,..,.... . LaLonde, Betty .... La Merra, Joe Lamb, Barbara Lamb, Dolores .. Lamb, Woodrow 4 ,,,, 4 Lombard, Connie Lambda Iota Tau Landry, William E. .... . Landuyt, B. F. ...,.... . Langer, Martin ,...... ..... Langan, Lawrence ...... Lanin, Lester ,.,........ .. Lankor, Barbara La Palm, George ..... .......141 146 289 277 304 277 37 277 262 68 277 324 289 75 277 298 ......214 32 88 La Prad, J. B. ,,,.,, Large, Don ,,,,,,, LaRou, David ..... Larsin, R. H. ........ . Laskey, James ,, Latowski, Judith Lauer, F. A. ..... . Laundra, Robert Laurain, V. J. ,, Law Journal ,,,,, Lawrence, James ,,,,,. Layle, Herbert Learmont, Terry Leary, Jumes ......... ........ Le Feure, Clyde Lehman, Richard Leschfweas, chQfl5Q"r'."'fffff, Leonard. JCln .......,........ Leonard, Lawrence ..... LePage, Raymond Lepic, Janice ....... Lemieux, Joseph ,,,.., Lenz. A. F. .......,... Leszczynski, Jerry ,,,,,, Lesisz, Anna ,,,..,., Lewis, Gerald ...... Lewis, Lawrence ........ Lewis, Philip ...,....... Leyland, Thomas ,,,,,, Llbrary ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Liebau, Donald ,,,, Lincoln, Joseph .,,. Lindauer, Thomas Linehan, Norah ,,,.,.,, Listman, William . Livingston, R. L. .. Lloyd, Mariorie ,,,, Locke, Irene ,................ Logan, Bernadine ,,,,,,, Logsdon, Lloyd ....... Lomax, Daniel ....... Loner, Dave ....... Long, Linda .... Long, Richard ,,,,.,. Lopez, Robert ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,., Loughran, James ,.............. Lozon, F. E. .,........................ . Lovely, S. J. Rev. Arthur Lower, John ..,............... Lubinski, Thomas ,,,...... Lucken, Mabel ................ Ludwiczewski, Suzanne Ludwig, E. F. ........ ....... . Ludwig, Harry ............. Lughezzeni, Judith ..... Lusky, Robert ,,,,,,,,,, Lutfy, Joseph ...,.... Luther, A. R. ,,,, , Lutz, R. B. ,,.,,,, Lynch, Jim ............. Lyons, Gerard .............,,.. ...M- MacDonalcl, R. M. ,,,,,,, , MacKay, F. ,............ . Maclnnes, Penny ,,,,,,,.,,., MacNamara, Brendan .. MacQueen, Evelyn ....... McAuiffe, Den ......... McAuliffe, John ,,... McCann, Marty ,,,.,,, McCarthy, D. L. ,,,,, . McCarthy, J. T. .,,, , McCartney, P. E. ........... . McClellan, J. Forbes ,,,, McColl, B. H. ............ . McCormick, G. E. ..... . McCoy, J. S. ......... . .........152, .........298 ,........266 .........277 .........289 .........298 ,........277 .........289 227 323 14, 227, 219, 218 302 .,.....,103 ......,,152 ...........277 ........304, 306 98 218 277 298 277 ...,....277 ...........,277 .......32, 33 277 298 277 ........218, 277 289 306 306 .........278 ll....illi264 264 222 ........213, 306 97 289 .........298 .........289 56 227 .........298 76 .........278 .......,.289 .........278 .......,289 .........218 .278 278 144 .......243, ............278 278 .........304 . 35 .287 .157 . 24 . 77 153 .289 .298 ......,..27B .126 .289 .278 ......304 McCroy J H McCue D McDaniel George McDermott Denn1s McDonald M A McDonald Pat McEll1gatt E C McElroy Pat MCGlllIS Josephine McG1lI Bob McGlynn S J Rev McGlynn J M McGlynn Paul McGrath T J McHugh R J Mclnerney T L Mclntyre Bob McKee P E McK1ernan J T McK1nney J T McKnight A J McLaughl1n R C McManus B L McManus J E James McNamara Brendan L McNeII1s J R McPherson Rose McSweeney J J Mack R E Macunovnch P P Madda Josephme Mag: Magmer S J Rev Maher Bruce Maher Deanna Maher Donna M ner E L Mapewsku A Makowskr Tom Mallcke D R M IE L M Mallnowskl B Maloney Bob Maloney Paul Management Club Mann M G Manclnn D B Mansour J A Marchand A J Marcmkowskl J Marino A R Marlon Zeak Markowlcz M S Marks J M James 218 22 Marquette Umverslty Marshall J F Martens T E Martm G E Martln R A Marsolmo L P Marketmg Club Marzolf R A Mas o D F Mason Dorothy Mass of the Holy Ghost Mason H R Massucc: A C Matolon V Ma In SJ R v Homer M tl J T Matyaslc W V Maurer J G M E T May John Mayberry Wullram Mazzaro Jerome Mechamcal Engmeermg Medford Robert Meenahan J G 9 278 9 71 0 224 225 183 185 183 185 7 4 7 7 26 299 INDEX Mehlenbacher Lyle E Meter S J Rev Davlcl M ner J D Memorlal Bulldmg Mens Unlon Mencottr Joanne Merkckez K E Mercler Peggy Merlnhan T R Meruccl D R Mes In L H Messano Paul Mesmer J F Mettle Gary Metzger Frank Metzger John Mvchaels J D Mlcka R G Mle ke L D MIEYZSISWSKI E J Mnka D A M lk R A Mules Jack Mllllngton C Muller E Muller Muller J Muller J Mlntz Mlszcak W Mltchell Mitchell Mntchell Mrtchell Mitchell W Ledyard Molnar Frances Momotluk H Montgomery W E Mooney E H Moot Court James Brian Morgan Henry Moriarty K A Moruarty L W Moran L Marker C A Mortonson R E Morrow Buddy Morrlsey S M Morrison V Morsch K Mos altls B J Motz James Monahan Wnlllam Monahan P R Monaghan Peter J Moulton T Moymhan J M Moyes D S Muc nl' B P Mudge Mary Mullan Gerald Mu er S J ev Mueller Munson Mulroy Murphy Murphy Murphy Murray lm Murray Herman Harrlson Brxan Wrllnam Nalor Julla Namen Elaine Namphy Joseph Naplorkowskr R Nasser J Neenan T A Neubauer Mrke 17 6 3 192 215 193 207 7 7 9 2 9 7 7 7 7 7 9 Neme Joseph Nemzek Claude Nettlng Fred N w H F Neuman Sharon Neumann G Newman C E Nichols Stephen Neumlec S H Nletupskn Eugene Nlghtmgale Patrlcla Nixon Thomas Noethen Marilyn Nolan Pat Nonte Gerald North Charles Norton B Nortz Gary Novak Robert Nowatka Ed Nowlckl James Nowlnskr Lawrence O Brien John O Callaghan Margaret OConnor Bruce O Conner Denms O Connor Patrlcla OConner lm O Dell Lawrence O Donnell Charles Offer Wulllam O Flynn T J O Hagan Joseph Okraaly Ronald Olbrys Leo OLeary D A OLeary F D OLeary Lenore Ollver Patrlck Ollvero F V Olmstead Francis Olshove Joseph ONe1ll S J ev Opron J J O Reilly Wulllam O ISI D R O Regan Wllllam Ornentatlon Week Osborne James Ostezan Ronald OTrompke Judy Ouellette J A Ovnes Alnce Ovles Robert Pace Carl Pace L Packard Charles Hug Pagenette Mary Jane Pahl Kurt Parot Clayton Pallas Tom Palugl Bernard Panhellenlc Councll Parker John Parker Robert Pascuzzl Joseph Pastula R S Patrick Wayne Pattay Robert Patterson R B Paule Paul Pawlowlco Patrxcla Payette Mary Payzs T1bor h 7 235 236 227 231 183 208 17 74 7 7 7 7 9 337 , . . ................................,........... 304 , . .,.A,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,4,.,,, 65 , ,,A.,,,,,,,,..,,,A,,,A,,,.,.,,,..,.,,,.,,.,, 290 , . 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H291 , C. ..,.............................,, 95 , . . ......,.................,..............,..., 2 0 , .....,.............,....................... .307 , . . ...................................... ' , ' ..............,, 171, , , 282 , ' ,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 66 .300 Ramos, Dick ,,,,., Pecar, Joseph ,,,, Packham, Robert Peet. T. M. ......,.. . Pegis, Anton 4 ,,,,.,,,,, Pellegrino, V. R. Pendell, John ,,,.,,, Peoples, J. R. Pep Rally ....,....... Perry, Richard .. Perentesis, John Peretti, John ,,,,,,,,,,, Perzyk, Bernard ,,,,,, , Peters, Richard ,.,, Peters, Wllllam ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .58 ........,291 .39 .......218 226 300 ......,243, 244, 245 ....,,218 .282 .........291 232 ......... 60 Rewalt. R. .....,,...... . Petrous. M. J- ..................... , Petz, S. J., Rev. Jerome . ,,,, . Pfaff, Charles .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pfeifle, H. W. ,- 304 .......,,112 Post, James ,.,,,,,,,,,., Phi Alpha Theta ....,, Phi Gamma Nu Phi Kappa Theta Philosophy Club Phillips, Daniel Phillips, Jerome Phi Sigma Delta Phi Sigma Kappa Physics ................ Physics Club ,,,.,,,,,,,. Piecuck, G. Leon Pierce, Mary Ann Pieroni, Anthony Pl90ffl R. J. ....... . Pi Kappa Delta ,, Pikulinski, Jerome Pikunas, F. ,,,,,., , Pilws. l. ............ . Pilanski, Paul Pilchak, W. G. ,,.,, Pillow, Robert ,,,,,,. Pine, Thomas Pi Omega Pi .,,,,,,, Pischia, Charles Pi Tau Sigma ,, Plant, Lawrence Players ................,...,. 75 Pledairls .......,... Pokorny, C. E. H Political Science Polud Club ,,,,,,,,,, Ponder, Karl ,,,,,, Popovich, E. E. ,,,,, . Poop. J. ........... Posivak, Lecia ,.,,,,, 304 324 326 326 .........33O .....291 326 326 64 . ........ 330 291 ........,282 282 292 324 292 67 227 300 292 218 242 . ........ 324 156, 159, 199, 256 324 300 330 292 66 .........330 227 292 sfiisf' Potchynok, Robe rt ..... Potockl, R. W. ,.,,.,,.,, Poux, Andre , Predhomme, Paul ,.,,,., Pre-med and dental ,,,,., Prevost, John ,,,.,,,,,,, Priebe, Patrick .,,, Prince, Henry Print Shop ,,,,.,,,,,., Prokop, Frank Provencher, Al fli-Qiiffll P5l Chl ...........,......... Ptalr. Roger ................. Puchalski, Lawrence ,,,,,, Puidowski, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,.,. Quigley, John Quinn, James -Q- -R- 282 225 280 292 .........280 292 63 57 ,..fffi56.i' Rabe, Blll ....,............................. .. ...... .. Radio Enginee Radtke, L. P. Rains, Douglas Raleigh, J. P. 338 ring Association 114, 280 300 266 251 292 .324 280 292 .300 .227 .227 .267 330 .300 . 39 302 INDEX Ranucci, S. C. .......159 280 Rawlev. D- M. ...... ...., 3 07 Read. R. .............. ,.,,.,, 2 27 Recchia, E. J. ,,,,,, .4.4.'-.I 2 30 Reck, R. S. ..,.......... ............. 3 05 Red Cross Board ,,,, .--',-. 1 64, 330 Reda, J. ............... ......, 'l 63, 227 Reid. Roy .,........,.... ......,....., 2 64 Reigel, Carol Anne ,,,, ,,,,.,,,, 1 27 Reilly. James ........................ ..............,. 1 63 Registration ...,..,...,.,.,......,..............,.,..... 14, 15 Rekosi. S- J.. Rev- Joseph ..........,...........,. 57 Reno Hall .................................... 21, 22, 322 Reno, John ......,....... . ...., 208, 215, 280 Rentschler, P. B. ,.,, , Reutter, Clifford ,,,,. Reynolds, Gerry ,,,,, , Richardson, David ,,..,, Rick, Claude ,.,,,,,,,,, Rifles ...,................. Rimarcik, Joseph ,,,,, Rlvard, J. ...................... . Riverboat Rhapsody ,,,,,,, Rlzzo, F. F. ,.,............ , Rizzo. Fred . .......... .. Roach, K. R. ............ . Roach, Michael ,,,,,,, Roberts, S. Z. ..... . Robinson, Robert ,,,,, Roccos, William ,,,,,,,,,,,, Rochelieu, Madonna ,.,., Rochon, Dr. Rene ,,.,,..,, Roddy, Richard ,.,,,.,.,, Rodriguez, Dr. Jose ,,,,,,,, Roethel, Harold ,,,,,,,, Rogers, Clifford ,,,,,., Roland, Janice ,,,, Roney, S. S. ...... . Rose, James ,,,., Rosen, S. L. ,,,,.,.,, , Rosinski, A. B. ..... . Rossman, Robert .,.,,,, Rossman, Thomas ROTC ...,......,....... Ruhanna, Helene ,.,,. Russo, Paul ,,,,,,.,,, Rutkowski, Edwin ,,.,, Rowan, B. .......,... . Rozyski, Jerome ,,,,.,, Rubinstein, Marvin Rudick, Lawrence ..... Ruhlin, C. J. ,,,..,. , Rumps, Paul .......... .168 292 56 .........280 330 ...ffffiLi5.A 292 ......218 214 280 256 292 292 280 9, 154, 200 117 300 .........300 69 280 .........2B0 263 307 300 ......300 292 ......196 .....,143 280 66 ......,.,218 59 ......302 . 73 ......300 87 Rustoni, Durelle ,,,,, ...... 1 65 Rutten, Earl ...,... ...... 3 OO Ryan. Frank ........ ...... 2 92 Rybieki, Frank .,..................,. ...... 2 80 ... 5 ... Sabaughl R. D. ............ ................ 2 80 Sadie Shuffle ,,,.......... ....... 1 74, 194 Safronenko, Marilyn ............... .280 Sailing Club .......,....... .....,, 2 47, 330 Salome, Joseph ..,.. ............. 2 80 Salisbury, Robert ..... .......... l 09 Salter, Yvonne ..... ....... 2 80 Sampson, R. L. ......... ....... 3 05 Sanders, Charles .... .. 71 Sandre, Lido ...... ...... 3 00 Sands. R- S- .......... ................... 3 05 Sapino. Tony ...... ...................,.,. 3 00 Sautter, Sheila .... .......... ....... 1 5 2, 280 Savades, James ...... 156, 159, 280 Schaefer, Patricia ,,,.,, ................... 2 80 Schaller, Albert ,,,.,, ....... 3 00 Schiavone, R. E. ,.,..... ..... . .292 Schlachter, Sarah ...... ......, 2 80 Schlaffer, Karen ,.,,, Schlant, John ,,.,, Schloff, Kay ,,,.,,,,, Schmidt, Sandy Schne Schoe Schoe idewin, Henry fflef, Charlton nherr, Russell Schoonover, Rex Schrader, Judith ,,,, Schuler, Robert ,,,.,, .........307 .300 .208 .245 70 77 . ........ 233 94 .........28O .........30O Schulte, Carl ..........., ,,.,,,,,.,,, 3 00 Schultz, A. H. ..,......,..... .,,........,... . sos Schumacher, Barbara ,,,,,,,, lhlygny 2 07, 280 Schuster, Robert ........,.... ....... 9 , 152 Schutzwohl, Victor , -,.',.,, 90 Schwark, Fred ..... ,,,,,,,,. 2 92 5ChW0ff2l EU9ene ,,........ ......... 3 02 Schweinfurth, Ralph ......, . ,.,.,.,. 292 Scott, Dale ...,......... .. ....... 292 Senior Ball ....... ,,.,..,,, 2 72 Senior Picnic .,,,, 272 Senior Week ,,,,, Sequin, Robert U Seibold, Myron Secretarial Science Club ,,,,,, Sellars, H. G. .. Shaheen, Joyce Shalhoub, Andrelilml Shain, Patricia Shall, W. T. .,.... . Shamo, Mansour Shanahan, T. ,,,,, A Shannon, M. S. Shapero, Nate ,.,,,,,,, Shaver, W. P. ,,,,,,,,,, , Shaughnessy, Suzanne ,,,,,.. Shaw, Dennis ,,,,,,,,,,, Shearer, William .,,,.,,, Sheeran, Edward ......,, Sheeran, Katherine , Sheehy, Michael ,.,.,, Sheehy, Pat .......... Sherman, Renee .,,., Shiels, William ,.., Shiple Hall ........... Shorter, James ,,,,,, Siess, E. M. ,.,,,, . Sigma Delta ,,,,.,,, Sigma Epsilon ,,,,,,,,,,,, Sigma Phi Epsilon ......... Sigma Sigma Sigma ,,,,,,, Simms, M. G. ,,,,,.,..,,, . Simon, Matt , ............ . Simoneau, Robert ..,,,,, Simmons, Jack ...,..... Simons, Thomas Singelyn, Daniel ,,,,, Singh, Tarkeshwar Sipowicz, William ,.,,, Skurski, Arlene ....... Slevin, Kathleen ..... Slide Rule Dinner Smigielski, James ,............ Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smute .........272 .........300 300 330 305 ......159, 1 ili"'il'iLl','5l19 180 . ........ 292 280 280 292 'WW218 280 312 305 .........281 227 .........281 .........301 281 292 .........'l34 307 301 .22, 23 , 251 326 .. .............., 192 35.191 I I 326 326 281 219 ................218, 218, 22 7, 230 301 Ellzabeth .................. S. J., Rev. Hugh Gary ..... ......... James Marge ...... r, Jerome ....... Sneider, T. W. ,,,. Snider, Irving ,,..,, .........301 .........30'l .....281 292 206 .292 . 95 .261 .301 .292 .186 .301 ........281 Snyder, Mariorie ..................................... Sobczak, Joseph ..................................... Society of American Military Engineers Society of Automotive Engineers ,,,,.,,.. Sodality of Our Lady .............. . ......... 9, ills, Sosso, Sr. Catrlnl ................ . ....... ...,..... . Spagnuola, Arthur ,,,,,,, Spatafora, Sam ......... .302 .281 .301 331 .331 331 .141 .252 .......302 Uchison, Ralph ....... .233 Spehar, E. ........ . Spehn, William U Spica, Vincent Spicer, James .... ,... Spinella, Angie , ,,4,,4 H Spratka, Kenneth ,,,4,,, Spring, R. F. ..,,. . .... .. 227 301 292 292 157 .......218 .......305 Srnecz, John ....,....... ...,. , 301 Staats, William ......... ,,..,.. 2 92 Stackpoole, Philip ,..... ..,... 2 27 Staniec, Maureen ..... ......, 2 81 Stanley, Mary Ann . .,.... ...... 2 81 Staperfenne, R. ......... .,...,, 1 68 Stapleton, Jim ,,,,,,,, ,,,.,, 2 56 Stark, Rosemary ..,,,.. ...., ..,.,,. 2 67 Stefanac, Carol ,,.,..,,....................,...,....... 281 Steinbach, Everett ..,..,...,.,..,..,,...,...,..,,..,..., 100 Steiner, S. J., Very Rev. Celestin J. 19, 34, 45, 48, 134, 183, 215, 243, 260, 270, 271, 272 Steltenpohl, Elizabeth ...,....,.....,......,.......,.. 68 Sternnock, Tom ..,........,..........4i.........,...,,... 227 Stenger, John ,,,,., ......., 1 50, 152, 200, 201 Steo, W. A. ......... ........... ,,.. ...... ,,...... 5 6 Sterlitz, Tony ...,..... ..,....,,........ 1 72, 218 Stevens, Rolland ........ ..............., 3 3, 281 Stewart, Sheila ,,,...,,, ,,,,.,,,, 1 47, 151, 174 St. Francis Club ,,,,,,, ,,,,.,, 2 6, 184, 331 Stock, Timothy ....., . ..........,........ 281 Strornei, Vincent ..,..., .....,,.,,...,... 2 93 Stone, William ,......,.....,. ....... 2 93 Stonebreaker, Steve ..,..... ............. 2 18 Stowe, Harriet Beecher ,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,, 7 5 Strauss, Franz Joseph ...,. .....,.,.... 3 4, 38, 39 Strawser, John .,....,.............,,.......,,............. 301 Student Advisory Board on Athletics 164, 173 Student Bar Association ,...,....,.......,...,...... 323 Student Council ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,.,,,.., 1 76, 323 Student Directory ....i,..........,........,......,...,. 323 Student National Education Association ,,., 331 Student Publications ,........................, 147, 323 Student Trip .,..........,...... ..................,.... 2 02 Student Union Building ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 0, 31 Stumb, T- ...,,.............,,,,.,. ...,....... 2 33 Sullivan, Judy ,,,,,,.,,,,,.. ,.,,,,, 9 Sullivan, Mike ,....., ....... 2 42 Suriano, Ronald ....... ,.............,...,, 3 01 Surowiec, Gerald .,,... .............,....,..... 2 81 Susor, Walt .....,..... ,...,..... 9 , 146, 356 Swanz, David ....... ,............,...... 2 81 Swartz, Barbara .......... ..,..., 3 07 Sweeney, Timothy ,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 02 Swift, James ............. ...,.......... 3 01 Szabo, Edward ,,,,,, ,.,,..,,, 9 , 149 Szelag, Joan ,............... ....... 2 81 Szweikowski, D. R. ..,... .... , H305 Szymanski, Leonard ,,,,,,,,.., ,,,,,,, 3 01 ... T .... Toddonio, Dick ............ ......, 2 56 Toddonio, Dominic ..,... ..,.... 6 8 Tally, B. J. .,,,,.....,,.. ......,......... 2 56 Tapitch, Robert ,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 6 1 Tarnas, Richard ,..., ,,.,,,,--,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 09 Tau Beta Pi .....,....... .,,... 1 38, 139, 324 Tau Kappa Epsilon .... ........... 1 91, 327 Taurence, Robert ..... .......... 2 81 Taylor, Henry ........ ,...... 1 53 Taylor, Thomas ,,,,,. ,,,,,,, 2 93 Tau Kappa Epsilon ..,, .,..., 1 85 Teresko, J. A. .,,,, ,,,.,,, 3 01 Teston, Sue ,..,.,...... ....,., 2 97 Thayer, Ronald ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 50 Theisen, Elizabeth ,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,, 2 93 Then, John .......,.... ,........,...,......,., 6 4 Theta Phi Alpha ,.,...... ...,.... 3 7, 192, 327 Thibeault, Robert ,,,,. ,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, 2 81 Thomas, Ronald ....,.. ..,............, 3 01 Thomassey, George ,,,,,,, ,,,.,,, 2 27 INDEX Thompson, J. P. .,... . Thornton, James ,,,,,,,,,, Thrash, Arthur ..,.,..,,........., Thunderbird Drill Team Tiffany, C. ,.....,..........,... . Tiihonen, Elaine ,,,,, Tobiczyk, Loraine Toger, Jane .......... Tomassini, Jean . ,,,. Tomicic, Nada ,,., Toole, Patrick ,,,,,, Toppeto, Alphonse ,,,,,,,,,,, 77 301 .227 331 .........252 .........281 .......,.191 .281 ........,293 .........281 .........301 .. ...... 90 Tower ..................... . ..,........... .,... .... . .323 249 Track ., .......,...,.,...,...,.................,...,.......... .. Training School of Sodality Action ,,,,.,,,,, 145 Tranchida, Peter .,........,.......,..............,...,.. 283 Trapp, Joe , ...,...,. ..........,,.....,,... 2 18 Treanor, Ned ......, ....,... 9 , 147, 356 Trees, Patricia ...... .,.....,......,,...... 9 Trombley, Arthur ,.,,,,,, 218, 252, 253 Trombley, Virginia ,,,, .,...............,.... 2 83 Trudeau, R. T. ....,...... ..............,,.,. 2 93 Truhon, Anita .........,...,.. ......... 1 93 Trupiano, Stephen A. . ......... 264 Tug o' War ..............,... .......,. 2 04 Tulane ,....,. .....,............ Turonsky, S. W. ..,, . Turkey Trot .,........... Turko, Michael ...,... Turley, Robert .,.. Tuttle, Henry .,...... . Tuyere ..,..............,...,,.., -U Uguccioni, J. B. ,,.. . Uicker, George ,,,,,,,,,,, Uicker, John ..,............ Uniechowski, Stanislaw Union, Men's ,,,,. ........ Upwood, William ,,.,,., Ureel, John ,.....,,.. ....... Usher, Thomas ,....,.,,..,. - V Vailla ncou rt, Leon ,,,, Valentine, Cynthia ,,,, Van Bruyssel, Nelly ,,,,,,,, Van De Pitte, Fred ,,.,. Vangilder, H. W. ..,,. , Vargo, Larry ,,,,,,,,,, Varhula, George ,,,,, Varsity News ,,,,., Verona, Patsy ....,.....,. Vespa, V. J. .................,.. Veteran's Organization Vioneau, Jean .,....,...... Villaire, Phillip .......... Villemure, Thomas ,,,, Vochon, S. R. ,,,,,.,, , Volpe, Dominic ,,.,,,,, Volpe, Richard .,,,..,,,, Volunteer Bureau ....,........... - W .. Wagner, John ,,,,., Wagner, Walter ,,,,,, Walker, Margaret ,,,,, Walkosky, George ,,,,, Walsh, J. T. ............. . Walter, S. A. .,....... , Walton, Donald ,,,,,, Ward, George ,,,,,, Warner, James ,,,,, Was, Patricia ,,,,,,, Washo, Joseph .,,,, Watassek, A. R. ,.,,, , .........223 .........305 ......,185 .190 ,283 .218 .312 327 .293 . 93 . 81 . 94 .176 .162 .218 . 73 . 29 .247 .283 .283 .305 251 .301 .323 .293 .293 .331 .218 .283 .233 ............283 228 .......218, .293 ........,143 .301 62 ,.......283 .......,.227 293 283 .........283 '.f.f'i6'iQ" 227 293 203 293 293 Watkins, Danny ,,,,,,. Watkins, Thomas ,,,,,, Waughn, Joseph ,,,,,,,,,, Weimer, Aloysius ,,,,,,, Weisenburger, Richard Weiss, Rube ..................... Wemhoff, Daniel ,,,,,,.,, Wesley, Sandra ..... . West, Frederick ,,,,,,, Wey, James ......... Wezemael, Joyce ,,,,, White, D. R. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, White, W. E. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , Whitman, Raymond . ,,,, 1 , Whitford, B. ............ . Whiting, Kevin ,,,,,,,, Whitmere, Floyd ,,,,,,,,, Wiatr, Norman ........... Wickersham, Edward , ........251 ........112 ........301 61 283 ........252, Wideman, S. J., Rev. Charles ,,,,,., Wiesgerber, S. J., Rev. Charles ,,... Wilbelerns, Mike Wilks, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,, Williams, Franklin Williams, John .,,,, Williams, Patricia Williams, Ronald J. ..... . .151 .......283 58 283 305 98 . ....... 283 .......,227 283 .,......109 .......,301 78 50 .67 .,......160 .302 ........312 60 ......,,152 ........293 Willmes, F. E. ,...... ........ 2 93 Wilt, E. H. .,...... ........ 2 93 Wirley, John .... ........ 3 01 Wisner, Donald ,,,,, ,,,,,,,. 2 42 Wisnudel, R. ,..... ........ 3 05 Witzak, Ann ...... ......., 2 83 Woino, R. ........ ............... ..,. ......,............. 2 8 3 Wolfe, W. E. ................................,............. 305 Women's Student League ..46, 174, 176, 323 Woodford, R. D. ,......,........,.....,..............,,, 305 Woods, Dennis ...,........... ................,....... 2 13 Wright, Robert ...... ......,.. 2 33, 252 Wurm, Mary ....... ......,..,.... 2 83 Wyels, Michael ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 9 , 149 Wyllie, William .,... .......... Wysocki, K. C. --X XGls ......... Xi Psi Phi .,.. . ............... . -Y- Yastic, Kenneth .,...... Ybarrondo, Larry ,,,,,, Yott, J. H. ..,............ , Yott, Lynda ,.........,....... Youngblood, Joseph ,,,,,,, Young Democrats ,,,,.,,. Young Republicans ,,,,,, Yowell, S. J. ,,,,,,,,,,, , Yu, Tsi Shan ...................... 1 Z Zaccour, Juan Zaleski, Phillip ,,,,, Zalke, Joseph Zalla, H. B. ,,,,,., , Zanglin, J. P. Zdrai, S. W. ..... . Zeder, James ,.,, Zielinski, R. J. Zielke, D. R. ..... ......... . ....35, .293 .305 188 ..327 .......,252 .301 .265 ..........,247 ...,.......109 332 1 75, 1 75, 332 .........,,283 .34, . 87 293 ........301 293 305 293 .......,305 ........312 283 Zink, Arthur ,,,,........., 150, 153, 164, 197, Zinnikas, John Zioncheck, Fra Ziskie, S. E. ,.,, , Zulauf, Earl ,,,,,, Zuzich, C. N. NCIS ................ 57 293 95 305 339 PL TWICE TEACH ING Teaching Pupils and Teaching Teachers "Qs HE ROLE of television in education has not been settled, lt's a topic sure to find, a place on the agenda of any meeting of teachers and administra- tors, and the discussions are sometimes tinged with emotion. Aimed at a rapidly developing shortage of com- petent college teachers of English, the program initiated last fall at the University of Detroit seems to have struck upon a happy combination of factors which may prove to have lasting value. It utilizes the flexibility of closed-circuit tele- vision to schedule exactly the amount of television needed. It limits television to parts of the course best handled by lecture and demonstration tech- niques. lt follows televised segments immediately with quiz and discussion periods. It capitalizes on the experience of a mature teacher, and it provides a carefully supervised program of in-service training for teaching fellows, future college English teachers. PLAN Key to the success of the program is careful planning. Some of this took place weeks before classes began. in the study of Prof. Eugene F. Grewe, in charge of this program. Eventually it reachesthe practical stage, in which teacher. director. and the arts and graphics man work together. Here Grewe. left, and television director Ron Black, consider how the visual aid, a map. will appear on camera. STUDIO The televised segments use two cameras for greatest effectiveness. The lecturer talks directly to Camera 1, which transmits a head and shoulders picture when he makes generalizations or introduces new material. 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BARNES ASSISTANT CASH IER FENKELL' FAIRFIELD OFFICE THE DETROIT BANK AND TRUST COMPANY DELMA STUDIOS 521 Fifth Avenue New York, New York OUR OFFICIAL YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHER 'A' OFFICE AND LABORATORY 9 West 20th Street New York 'I 1 New York Watkins 9 1880 345 SPECIALISTS IN ALL FORMS OF BUSINESS INSURANCE DETROIT INSURANCE AGENCY FISHER BUILDING ' DETROIT SCHNURR ELECTRIC COMPANY COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL Insurance Exchange Bldg. ir Rockefeller Plaza CWCAGO NEW YORK AND POWER WIRING MICHIGAN'S LARGEST INSURANCE AGENCY 10111 G"""1 MVB" Avenue WE 3-8659 Everything You Want and Need Under One Roof and One Management ' Dining for 50 to 4000 ' Finest chefs, equipment, food 'Dancingfor'I00to4000 ' Two fully-equipped theatres ' Excellent occoustics ' Ample parking C 0 M I C. W. VAN LOPIK, Mgr. Call TEmple 2-7100 PRINTING and ENGRAVING 346 Cuda Clothing Co. ' Cuda Cleaners and Tailors 644 SELDEN AVENUE 6063 Schaefer Rd. Dearborn TEmple 3-5009 LU. 2-0007 THE BRIGGS KESSLER CO H ,I CAULKINS AND CO THE RANSOM AND RANDOLPH CO Even Before the Telephone- :QLEY 'fi We Were Heahng ihe Homes of Defrolf fgfkmmfg X ,, cwvafn CINDER BLOCK THE LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE MASONRY UNIT useo IN coNsTRucnNo THE usmzv FIELD HOUSE AND MANY OTHER UNIVERSITY or nmon BUILDINGS HIGH PRESSURE STEAM CURED K 0 E N I G . COAL 8: SUPPLY CO 914-3 Hubbell VErmont 8-3200 Since 1870 DETROIT 28 Maln Office 1486 GRATIOT Telephone WO I 1584 347 I I I I i , . E - " '- mi' ' ' 4-fig' 3: 35 - "Cs V' r' -A A . " - .-- - 'rf ,,., , Z3-. ,I '. .- V ' 'T A - ' xg. Hlafk - . Q 3 - .-I-Y'-in x7':""c- ' 4 .Q - 0 . ' H- I FARM CREST FINEST QUALITY BAKED GOODS 5845 Russell si. TR. 5-6145 Compliments Of J AY-ARE PAPER CO. 5943 Second Blvd. Tkinily 3-9000 E 8. G REFRIGERATION 8. APPLIANCE SERVICE 1630 LAWNDALE Vi 2-2252 o I ' 4 I BROS.. INC. MILK and ICE CREAM Risdon Bros., Inc. 3623 Risdon Ave, Detroit 16, Mich. IMPORTERS AND BLENDERS OF FAMOUS ROYAL YORK COFFEE BEcHAnAs Bnos. coFrEE co. Always ask for . . . SUPERIOR POTATO CHIPS because they are CRISP-EN-IZED for longer lasting freshness 134 w. VERNOR Hwv. TE- 40801 Complimenis of Wholesale Fruit 8. Vegefuble Dislrilaulorx l740l DRESDEN AVE. DETROIT 5 Off. Phone LA 6-2640 Ru. LA I-ssse MR. ANp MRS- MILTON HARRIS YOUR GUARANTEE TO QUALITY . . . a Food Products Packed Expressly For Tho Finest Hotels, Resiuurunts, Institutions 1599 E- wunen' Dench 7 GEORGE MIESEL 8: SON CO. Wholesale GFOCBYS - 3540 VIHGWOOII Wholesalers of Quality Eggs and Butler TA 5-7990 WUDUWARD E-5077 SNDP IB BnuAnwAv MANKE1' 348 0'NlE1IL sz HQFFNER co. 6.l.:rvfyK-6l.l.l'A1fl742fP 6J?L5Kmv3 Sw ffmao SINCE 1874 Afciousfy Jafar!! CONTINUED FROM PAGE 340 DISCUSS On Thursdays and Fridays the eight classes are split into two groups of about 22 students each which meet their teaching fellows for a full-period "live" session, These classes are visited on a regular schedule by the supervisor. who sits in the rear of the class. observing and taking notes. Here Grewe observes Ditsky in action, Afterwards the two will confer and discuss the teaching fellow's work. Practical suggestions about how a particular usage might be explained or how to ask questions so that all the students will remain alert make these conferences personal and useful. CONFEH Every Thursday morning finds all the fellows in a seminar-type meeting with the TV lecturer. Here they examine items which they contributed to the mid-semester exam. checking them for validity and clarity, At other meetings they discuss grading papers, interpreting test results, and planning future classes. After a year in this interneship program. the fellows will be ready to handle conventional classes more completely on their own, TALK When television is used as a part of a students on-campus program, he has all of the opportunities of every college student - access to the University library, companionship with fellow students. and the opportunity to confer with his teacher whenever he feels the need. At a conference like the one shown here between Thomas Mozola and one of his students. Denise Skacall, the student receives personal attention. advice directed to his. or her, own writing or reading problems. TH EY SAY: In a questionnaire which students filled out in February, they revealed that few object to the program. Sixty-one percent of them rated it as better than five of the seven other courses which most freshmen enroll in, Applicants for teaching fellowships for next year are enthusiastic about the potentialities of the program, Some have applied at the University of Detroit specifically because of the interneship program, BRENNAN Company BUILDING CONSTRUCTION DETROIT GLANZ 81 KILl.IAN CO. EI.I.lOTT'S Cgnffqcfgfg Suppliers to the Plumbing, Heating, Ventilating and A R C H I T E C T Air Conditioning Fire Protection Sprinkler Systems and . E N G I N E E R Commercial lndusfrial lnstifuiional ' 1761 FOREST AVE. WEST B. K. ELLIOTT CO. DETROIT 8 MICHIGAN Deireii Pinshurgh Cleveland TEmpIe 'I-7820 Buffalo Birmingham PURITAN ELECTRIC CO. Norfhwesl Delroifs Only Complete Wholesaler DISTRIBUTORS FOR-Thomas 8. Betis, General Elecfric Co., Bull Dog Electric Prods., Edwards L Co., Buss Fuses, Arr w H L H Corp., Bryant Elect. Co., Cutler Hammer And Other Naiionully Known Electrical Producls COUNTY WIDE DELIVERY UNiversity 3-0503 16200 Wyoming nr. Puritan RAGER POLICE 84 DETECTIVE SERVICE 314 Michigan Theatre Building DETROIT 26, MICHIGAN W0odward 3-2613 R. L. DEPPMANN COMPANY STEAM AND HOT WATER SPECIALTIES HEATING. VENTILATING, AIR CONDITIONING CONTROLS AIR DISTRIBUTION EQUIPMENT 333 FULLER S E II20 W. BALTIMORE AVE GRAND RAPIDS DETROIT 2. MICH KOPECKY MATTRESS GO. TW I-9034 12460.CONANT DETROIT 12, MICH. MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS ANY size EDWARDS BROTHERS, INC. YEARBOOK SPECIALISTS OF ANN ARBOR IS PROUD TO HAVE PRINTED THE 1960 TOWER COVERS FOR THE TOWER Furnished By DURAND MFG. CO. CHICAGO 350 PAT RON We wish to express our profound gratitude to the firms, alumni and other individuals, who have consented to be patrons of our 'I960 Tower. The giving of your means, as well as the use of your name, in appro- Ioation of this effort, has been the source of inspiration to us all. AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO. J E BERGER CORP J H BURRESS CAHILL CAMERA SERVICE CITY TOWEL SERVICE DETROIT NUMBERING MACHINE CO WILLIAM DEVLIN WILFRED J DOWD St CO 3519 MICHIGAN AVE PAUL M FREEMAN FRICK SURGICAL INSTRUMENT ERIC FROMM HARDWARE GORDON BAKING CO INDUSTRIAL PAINTING CO A T JONES 8t SON INC 140 CADILLAC SQUARE LASALLE PRESS LEE St CADY LINCOLN PRINTING CO LOBBY HOBBY A J MARSHALL CO 4400 CASS AVE TE I 9450 MCMAHON ENGINEERING CO MICHIGAN CHANDELIER CO 16501 LlvERNoIs AVE MONARCH WELDING CO J M OBERC INC 55 OAKMAN BLVD MFG CO PINKERTON' S NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY RALPH J ROACH ROSE EXTERMINATOR CO 8401 W CHICAGO BLVD TE 4 9300 S 8t G GROCERY SOLOMON FISH CO 1320 NAPOLEON ST SPECIFICATIONS SERVICE CO TURNER ENGINEERING CO 464 BRAINARD sr WATERSON S MACHINERY 8t SUPPLY CO 960 E EIGHT MILE RD WEST CHEMICAL PRODUCTS INC WESTERN FISH co HELPING HANDS Its no short step from freshman t diploma along the way 75 From registrar to marshal MADISON ELECTRIC CO. f'5.-Ef?f.,x 352 PATRON5 DR. SAM ABRAMSON H. D. ALTMAN, D'37 WILLIAM E. ALTON, D'35 JOHN E. ANDRIES, D'37 ALFRED A. ANTCZAK, D'55 MAX APPEL, D'5I EDWARD J. ATTARIAN, D'38 FREDERICK G. AUMANN, D'4I DOMINIC J. BADALAMENTI, D'53 FREDERICK O. BAETZ, D'44 G. RAYBURN BAIRD, D'36 RICHARD W. BALSER, D'46 F. M. BARRETT, D'45 LEONARD BARTOSZEWICZ, D'53 JULIUS C. BAUMSTARK, D'43 D. TRENT BAUN, D'54 STEPHEN BAYNAI, D'57 ALLEN BEACH, D'44 K. K. BELEN, D'43 MAIER BELEN, D'45 ALFRED BERKOWITZ, D'4I THOMAS J. BIRNEY, D'54 SAMUEL B. BLEIER, D'53 EDWARD D. BOBER, D'5O CLARENCE A. BOYD, D'55 FREDERICK J. BOYLE, D'53 DELBERT J. BRADLEY, D'4I C. ROY BROOKS, D'35 LIONEL D. CARON, D'5I CHARLES CLIFFORD CHADWICK, 'D'46 VICTOR T. CHEVALLARD, D'35 ANTRANIG S. CHURUKIAN, D'58 MURRAY A. CLARK, D'52 CHARLES F. COKER, JR., D'56 ROBERT E. COLEMAN, D'37 DR. ALLEN COLLINS JOHN V. COMELLA, D'36 JOHN M. COTE, D'4I LAWRENCE COTMAN, D'5I DR. 8. MRS. WALTER C. DE MATTIA JOSEPH A. DE PERRO, D'45 ADOLPH A. DERECZK, D'44 ARTHUR L. DE ROSIER, D'4O ROBERT K. DEVINE, D'53 JOHN M. DIETZ, D'56 ANTHONY R. DI STEFANO, D'52 CHARLES DITKOFF, D'4I ALEX J. DRABKOWSKI, D'55 SHELDON G. EICHLER, D'57 FLOYD C. ELLISON, D'56 ROY A. EUGENIO, D'56 BENJAMIN L. FABER, D'47 LOUIS K. FEALK, D'52 RICHARD S. FEDOROWICZ, D'55 ANTHONY A. FEMMININEO, D'56 From marshal to president . . . PATRONS E. J. FISCH, D'4I ROBERT G. FISHER, D'54 HORACE FLOYD, D'54 ROBERT J. FOERCH, D'45 ALEX FRANK, D'4O ALBERT S. FRANKO, D'43 DAVID FREEDMAN, D'4O ROBERT FULLER, D'55 JOSEPH GANTZ, D'57 HAIG D. GARABEDIAN, D'5O SEYMOUR GELB, D'37 MORTON S. GERENRAICH, D'56 DR. 8. MRS. WILLIAM H. GIBBS RENE C. GILLETTE, D'48 WILLIAM J. GIOVAN, D'35 ARTHUR L. GIZYNSKI, D'54 V. J. GLAZA, D'4'I SAMUEL GLOSSMAN, D'44 JOHN C. GODWIN, D'43 THEODORE GOODE, D'37 DAVID J. GOODMAN, D'5I NORBERT C. GORSKI, D'42 DR. ALVIN H. GRAFF MEYER H. GREEN, D'44 RICHARD GREEN, D'42 E. J. GRIESHABER, D'55 JOHN P. HAMEL, D'59 SIMON HARRISON, D'39 FRANCIS J. HARTGE, D'42 C. J. HAYES, D'54 HENRY J. HERPEL, D'4T WALTER A. HLADUN, D'42 HAROLD J. HOLDEN, D'52 ALBERT C. HOWE, JR., D'5I M. M. JACOBS, D'56 ANDREW L. JANKENS, D'57 WILLIAM W. JEANNETTE, D'52 ERNEST W. H. JOHNSON M. A. KALDER, D'39 MORREY M. KAUFMAN, D'52 THOMAS W. KELLY, D'54 RICHARD L. KELSO, D'5I HARRY KEMS, D'45 JOHN KENZIE, D'57 FRED HARRY KING, D'57 HENRY KNIGHT, D'-41 H. F. KOPICKO, D'42 JAMES ROBERT KRANZ, D'58 WALTER S. KUKULSKI, D'56 ROBERT A. KURCZ, D'58 ANTHONY KUTZ, D'55 ROBERT A. KUTZ, D'53 STANLEY LACZYNSKI, D'46 JEROME LANG, D'57 IRVIN M, LEFTON, D'5O From president to graduate 354 PATRONS HENRY E. LENDEN, D'54 SIDNEY LESSER, D'5O R. J. LEVEILLE, D'57 FRED V. LEVERSUCH, D'43 MORRIS J. LIEFER, D'4O SAUL G. LIEFER, D'45 HERMAN M. LIFTON, D'43 DR. 8. MRS. BENJAMIN LISOWSKI JOHN L. LUCAS, D'53 FRANCIS A. LUTONE, D'47 EDMUND MAC ARTHUR, D'4O FERDINAND S. MACEY, D'35 TIMOTHY S. MACKEY, D'59 VICTOR J. MANSOR, D'45 FRED W. MARE, D'49 MICHAEL C. MAROON, D'58 ROBERT M. MARSHALL, D'46 BERNARD J. MASSON, D'53 S. J. MATSURA, D'5O HAROLD A. MAXMEN, D'36 JOHN PAUL MEHALL, D'58 PAUL MENTAG, D'47 JEAN J. MIJAL, D'46 CLARK N. MILLER, D'36 I. A. MISKIN, D'5I NORMAN V. MITCHELL, D'54 ED MOELLER, JR., D'36 JERRY MOROF, D'55 MAX S. MOSS, D'43 MICHAEL E. MUHA, D'52 F. A. MUSKE, D'42 JAMES F. NAGY, D'59 SIMON NAJARIAN, D'4I JOHN G. NATSIS, D'57 EMMETT J. NEVILLE, D'53 E. G. NICKSON, D'56 MICHAEL K. NICOLA, D'55 JAMES K. OKUBO, D'54 SAMUEL L. OLEN, D'4O JOHN PEARL, D'44 PAUL PENSLER, D'42 JOHN PERICIN, D'5'I JAMES DAVID PFEIFER, D'58 DONALD K. POKORNY, D'53 RAY POLLARD, D'35 RICHARD POSLER, D'55 DR. 81 MRS. JAMES W. POTTS JOSEPH L. RASAK, D'52 FRANK A. REISMAN, D'39 EDWARD M. RIBITS, D'45 DR. 8. MRS. ROBERT K. RIZK HAROLD J. ROACH, D.D.S. WAYNE L. ROBESON, D'46 WILFRID J. ROBERTS, D'55 For the ROTC. . . the swearing in as commissioned officers . . . PATRONS HERBERT ROME, D'45 OSCAR J. ROOS, D'42 .IULIAN S. ROSENTHAL, D'57 JOHN ROSSEN, D'4I B. E. RYNEARSON, JR., D'56 NATHAN SAGINAW, D'5'I LEO SCHEIN, D'46 ART R. SCHLENKERT, D'36 RAYMOND J. SCHNEIDERS, D'53 DR. 8. MRS. JOSEPH A. SESKE PHILIP M. SHERMAN, D'40 LEO N. SHIPKO, D'5I DAVID I. SILVER, D'4I DR. 8. MRS. DANIEL J. SKONEY EDWARD H. SKORUPA, D'46 IAN SMITH, D'52 KENNETH D. SMITH, D'52 RICHARD W. SNOWDEN, D'58 ALBERT P. SPAN, D'56 DR. JOHN S. STARCEVICK WALTER STASIW, D'-46 FRED A. STEIN, D'37 H. S. STOCKER, D'43 SAMUEL DAVID STOCKMAN, D'58 HARRY W. STOLER, D'45 E. RAY STRICKER, D'53 TRUMAN A. STRONG, JR., D'53 JAMES E. STUCKEY, D'42 JOSEPH A. SULLIVAN, D'35 ELIGIUS E. SURDACKI, D'45 SEYMORE B. SWARTZ, D'5O JOSEPH PHILLIPS SYRON, D'58 ANTHONY SZUBA, D'44 WAINWRIGHT M. TAYLOR, D'42 WILLIAM A. TEICHMAN, D'4I JOSEPH D. THOMAS, D'42 DR. 8- MRS. VICTOR THOMAS C. N. THURWACHTER, D'39 JACK TOCCO, D'5I ANDREW TOMASKO, D'55 JOHN J. TOTON, D'53 DR. 8. MRS. MARIO TRAFELI, JR. SYLVESTER M. URQUHART, D'56 PAUL M. VAUGHT, D'57 ANTHONY J. VENET, D'59 DANIEL WADOWSKI, D'59 RALPH R. WEISS, D'5O WESLEY J. WICKS, D'35 FRED O. WIRTH, D'37 PINO WISER, D'58 RALPH T. ZADE, D'46 ROBERT J. ZOBL, D'54 ROLAND T. ZURAWSKI, D'35 In the graduate's hands at Iast.. Miles Barrie, from University Portraits helped the Tower staff. Dear Tower Reader, Having completed the 1960 Tower I can't help thinking of all the folks who have made this year's book one of the best the University has ever produced. l'm proud of it and l'm sure that you will be, too. The people who deserve the most credit are the hard-working staff members. A special note of thanks to last semester's editor Ned Treanor: to Art Editor Mary Mudgeg Photo Editor Tina Ciccilini: photographers Bob Graham and Walt Susor: and Father James Magmer. moderator. Major contributions were also made by a number of off-campus people, among whom were Miles Barrie. photographer, who processed a sizable number of prints for the Tower: Mrs. Frances Molnar who photographed many class groups and campus scenes: Graphic Photon Inc., the printers who did such a beautiful job of setting the type for our book: Bob Davis, representative for Edwards Brothers Inc.. who was responsible for the actual printing and binding. I am very grateful for the wonderful work these people have done and for the fine cooperation of the hundreds of U-D students who are pictured in the '60 Tower. QfPa1'1LidlQiL - C. Patrick Labadie EDITOR IN CHIEF Tower editor Pat Labadie EDWKRDS BROTHIRS INC ' ' ' " 4- - 1--w , 4 I n XF 5 .CBN X3


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