University of Notre Dame - Dome Yearbook (Notre Dame, IN)

 - Class of 1978

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DOME 1978 In miniature, the gilt days of the Building. We return to the founder. We cannot ignore the past. THE DOORBELL AMBIGUITY 2 fdifices DEPAR FINE fdificet 3 4 Edifices Edifices 5 6 Edifices PLUMBING ANOMALIES Edificft 7 8 Edifices Seniors. .10 Organizations. . .160 Student Life. .108 Sports. . .236 OIENT BUF Main Building fdificei 9 SENIORS Editor: Mary Allare Edward Aberger Jr. A.B. Psychology Robin L. Ackaway A.B. English William A. Adams B.B.A. Marketing Robert E. Ahern B.B.A. Accounting William H. Alban B.S. Mechanical Engineering Hosea M. Alexander A.B. General Program Charles S. Allanson A.B. Psychology Mary K. Allare B.S. Preprofessional Mark David Allison B.S. Electrical Engineering William Allmendinger B.B.A. Marketing Francisco E. Alonso B.S. Architecture Michael A. Amaro B.S. Preprofessional Timothy L. Ambrose A.B. Anthropology Frances Anastasio A.B. Sociology Joseph G. Andersen B.B.A. Accounting Paul J. Anderson B.S. Electrical Engineering I Victoria Anderson A.B. History Constance Andres B.S. Chemistry Peter Andreyev B.S. Electrical Engineering Charles R. Anhut A.B. English Susan L. Anthony B.B.A. Accounting Thomas P. Apker B.B.A. Finance Rosamond Appelbe A.B. American Studies Robert S. Appleby A.B. English Peter F. Arden A.B. Psychology Vincent Arena Jr. B.B.A. Finance Emily Armstrong A.B. Economics Dominick Artuso B.S. Preprofessional Anne Marice Ashe A.B. Government William F. Askins B.S. Preprofessional James Martin Aubry B.B.A. Accounting Gary S. Aumiller A.B. Psychology Louanne K. Bachner A.B. Theology Robert |. Bader B.B.A. Finance John Thomas Badke B.B.A. Accounting David M. Badway A.B. Sociology Susan E. Bailey A.B. Government Mary Elizabeth Bak B.S. Microbiology Timothy D. Baldy B.S. Earth Science Michael X. Ball A.B. Theology Stephen E. Balls B.B.A. Marketing Vincent J. Barbera A.B. History Richard Barlow A.B. Economics Richard T. Barock B.S. Biology Seniort 13 Eduardo E. Barreda B.B.A. Accounting Ramiro Barrera Jr. B.S. Biology Stephen W. Barrett B.B.A. Accounting James J. Barry III B.S. Civil Engineering Jeffrey C. Bartlett B.S. Preprofessional Michael P. Bartlett B.S. Preprofessional Thomas F. Basile A.B. Theology Marie M. Batacan A.B. Government David R. Batton A. B. Economics Lee Mills Baty A.B. Government Mary K. Baty B.S. Civil Engineering Joseph Louis Bauer B.B.A. Accounting Mark Edward Bauman A.B. Theology Mark A. Baumgartner B.B.A. Finance Robert Baumgartner B.B.A. Accounting James J. Bausano B.B.A. Accounting William Beargie Jr. B.B.A. Accounting Fred M. Beasley A.B. Sociology James Trent Beaton B.S. Biology Vincent Beaullieu B.B.A. Finance Doug James Becker A.B. Sociology Lisa L. Becker B.S. Architecture Jose H. Bedoya B.S. Mechanical Engineering David P. Bender Jr. A.B. American Studies James F. Benenati B.S. Preprofessional Ann Marie Bennett B.S. Biology Stephen J. Bennett B.B.A. Accounting David John Beno A.B. English 14 Seniors Robert E. Berdelle B.B.A. Finance (Catherine R. Berg A.B. Psychology Barbara Berhalter A.B. Economics Mark Paul Berno B.B.A. Marketing George J. Berry A.B. English Martin Paul Best B.S. Electrical Engineering David E. Betlach B.B.A. Accounting Heidi Ann Betz A.B. Government Anthony L. Bezouska B.S. Mechanical Engineering Michael M. Bidwell B.S. Biology Connie M. Biegel B.S. Chemical Engineering James V. Bielunas A.B. Economics Charles Biladeau A.B. English Arthur John Bilek A.B. English Robert D. Birck B.B.A. Accounting Richard S. Bis B.S. Preprofessional Stephen V. Bitter B.B.A. Marketing Maria-Elena B lanco B.B.A. Management Roger M. Blanken B.B.A. Accounting Senion 15 Mark Blankenburg A.B. Preprofessional R. Scott Blankenburg A.B. Preprofessional Anthony ). Blazi B.B.A. Management Frank Leahy Bleyer B.S. Preprofessional Edward ). Blieszner B.S. Architecture Rose C. Blondis A.B. Psychology James Charles Blum B.B.A. Marketing James P. Blunt A.B. Sociology Mary Claire Boast A.B. American Studies Michael J. Bodle A.B. Preprofessional Jack Edward Boehm B.B.A. Finance Christopher Bogan A.B. Government Jack Alan Boiler A.B. Economics Bonnie Jeanne Bona B.B.A. Accounting James Bonaventura A.B. Government Dennis J. Bonetti A.B. American Studies Sheila Mary Boo B.B.A. Accounting Barry J. Booher A.B. Modern Languages Philip P. Borchard B.S. Civil Engineering Donald P. Borchers B.B.A. Finance Debra Boyer B.S. Preprofessional Elaine Boyle A.B. Psychology Mary Kay Braccio A.B. Psychology David A. Bradley B.S. Mathematics Michael W. Bradley A.B. Philosophy Brian P. Brady B.S. Architecture Robert John Brady B.B.A. Finance Frank J. Bramanti B.B.A. Accounting 16 Seniors y __ _ _ i r T " Jay Brandenberger A.B. English William E. Bransley B.S. Mechanical Engineering Mark S. Braunlich A.B. Government Martin Brauweiler A.B. Sociology Peter L. Breen A.B. Economics Barbara Breitenstein A.B. American Studies Gerard James Brems A.B. Government John Blaise Brence A.B. Psychology Kathleen M. Brennan A.B. Modern Languages Kathryn E. Brennan A.B. English Patricia R. Brennan A.B. Government Robert M. Brennan B.B.A. Accounting Louis G. Brien A.B. American Studies Frank E. Bright B.B.A. Accounting Robert Dwyer Brink A.B. American Studies Michael I Brinkman B.B.A. Accounting Sfnion 17 Brian Brodfuehrer A.B. Government Frank J. Brotschol B.S. Civil Engineering David H. Brown B.S. Preprofessional George T. Brown A.B. Government Mark Joseph Brown B.B.A. Accounting Thomas M. Bruggeman B.S. Mechanical Engineering Anthony J. Bruno B.S. Preprofessional Teresa M. Buckley B.S. Mechanical Engineering Timothy J. Buckley B.S. Biology Mark T. Budd B.S. Architecture James A. Budde B.S. Preprofessional Nancy Jane Budds B.S. Preprofessional Marie A. Bufalino B.S. Biology Ted J. Burgmeier B.B.A. Finance Lawrence B. Burke B.S. Chemical Engineering Mary Carmel Burke B.S. Chemistry Miles W. Coiner Jr. Assoc. Prof. Speech and Drama I 18 Seniors V Thomas M. Burke A.B. Government William P. Burke B.S. Preprofessional Joseph G. Burns B.S. Architecture Joseph David Bush B.S. Civil Engineering David J. Bushelle B.B.A. Accounting John Lawrence Butz A.B. Government Catherine A. Buzard A.B. English Daniel Roger Byers A.B. Economics Francis P. Byrne B.B.A. Accounting Mary Byrne A.B. Theology Richard J. Byrne Jr. A.B. Sociology Thomas John Byrne B.B.A. Accounting Thomas M. Byrne A.B. Government Edward W. Byrnes B.B.A. Accounting John M. Cahill Jr. A.B. Government Donald Cain A.B. Government Albert F. Callahan A.B. English Michael J. Callahan B.S. Mechanical Engineering Stephen F. Calonje B.S. Preprofessional Joseph A. Camarda B.B.A. Marketing John D. Campbell A.B. Speech and Drama Mary L. Campbell B.S. Civil Engineering Patrick J. Campbell B.B.A. Finance Frank C. Candela B.S. Preprofessional Thomas J. Canna A.B. American Studies Peter M. Cannon A.B. Economics Abelardo G. Cantu B.S. Architecture Bernardino L. Cantu A.B. Sociology Seniors 19 David Omar Cantu A.B. Government Margaret Ann Capo A.B. Sociology Lisa M. Caponigri A.B. Modern Languages Dominic E. Carbone B.S. Architecture Mark Carbone B.B.A. Management Michael L. Carbone B.B.A. Finance Stanley Carmichael B.B.A. Finance William Carmichael B.B.A. Finance John Carmody B.S. Mathematics lames C. Carney B.S. Preprofessional Robert ). Carpenter B.B.A. Marketing Ronald P. Carzoli B.S. Preprofessional Aaron Mark Casady B.S. Biology Carl Peter Casazza B.B.A. Accounting Joseph M. Casey B.S. Chemical Engineering Sean C. Casey B.B.A. Accounting 20 Seniors Nancy E. Cashman A.B. English David A. Castellini B.S. Mechanical Engineering Thomas K. Cauley B.B.A. Accounting Joseph Leo Caverly A.B. Government Lawrence M. Celeste B.S. Civil Engineering David John Cervone B.B.A. Accounting Mark Merrick Chain B.B.A. Accounting Mary Ann Chambers A.B. Economics Patricia Champeau A.B. American Studies Daniel C. Chaney B.S. Electrical Engineering Mary Ann Charles B.B.A. Accounting Cori Jan Ching A.B. English Darryl Lee Chock B.B.A. Accounting James R. Chriszt B.B.A. Accounting Joseph M. Chuckran B.S. Aerospace Engineering Michael A. Cieslak B.B.A. Accounting Warren J. Cinnick A.B. Anthropology Mark E. Cipos B.S. Architecture Pat Cira B.B.A. Marketing Seniors 21 Brian M. Clancy B.B.A. Management Richard T. Clancy A.B. English Richard Clarizio A.B. Mathematics Christopher Clark B.B.A. Finance James J. Clarke A.B. Government J. Stephen Clarke B.S. Chemical Engineering Robert E. Clarke B.S. Architecture Thomas D. Clarkson B.B.A. Accounting Terry L. Classen B.S. Civil Engineering William K. Clegg B.S. Preprofessional Gregory M. Cloyd B.S. Preprofessional James E. Clubb Jr. A.B. Psychology Richard Clunan Jr. B.S. Electrical Engineering Patrick J. Clynes B.B.A. Management Kelly Ann Cobb A.B. Economics Kathleen S. Coen A.B. History Mary E. Cohan B.S. Preprofessional Ann Marie Cohen B.B.A. Accounting Ann L. Colbert B.S. Preprofessional Charles Colbert A.B. American Studies Patrick E. Cole A.B. English Gwen E. Coleman B.S. Biology James Coleman B.S. Architecture Patricia Coleman A.B. History Sean J. Coleman A.B. Speech and Drama William E. Coleman B.S. Architecture Geoffrey D. Collier B.B.A. Finance Matthew O. Collier A.B. Anthropology ' 22 Seniors Jennifer E. Collins A.B. Government Nancy ). Colpitts B.S. Biology Ann Laine Combs A.B. Economics Kevin R. Comerford B.B.A. Accounting William G. Compton B.S. Chemical Engineering Michael C. Conaty A.B. English Roberto Concepcion A.B. Sociology Mark Alan Connelly B.S. Biology Kent M. Conness B.S. Electrical Engineering Stephen ). Conover A.B. Government Michael Alan Conti B.S. Biology Kathleen Conway B.S. Biology Thomas R. Coogan B.B.A. Marketing James Richard Cook B.S. Preprofessional Joseph O. Cooler B.S. Chemical Engineering Mark Robert Coons B.B.A. Accounting II , I Senion 23 Paul C. Coppola B.S. Chemistry Elizabeth R. Corbin B.S. Architecture Marianne Corr A.B. Government John C. Corrao B.S. Mathematics Chris Corrigan B.S. Physics Timothy J. Corrigan A.B. Government Salvatore Cosimano B.B.A. Accounting Bryan P. Coughlin B.B.A. Accounting Leroy M. Courseault B.S. Architecture Richard Cousins A.B. Philosophy Patrick Coveny B.S. Biology Nancy Jean Cox B.S. Biology 24 Seniors lames Joseph Coyne A.B. English John Bernard Coyne B.B.A. Finance Donald Cozzolino B.S. Electrical Engineering John Richard Cray B.S. Physics Jeffrey F. Crippen B.B.A. Management Paul F. Cromwick B.S. Mathematics Brian T. Cronin B.B.A. Management Deborah P. Cross A.B. Psychology Dennis J. Crowley B.B.A. finance Anthony F. Crudele B.B.A. Accounting Richard T. Cullen B.B.A. Management Marc G. Cullerot B.S. Biology Patrick J. Cuneo A.B. Government Andrew Cuomo A.B. Government Timothy J. Curtin B.S. Preprofessional Catherine M. Cusick B.S. Architecture James P. Cycon B.S. Aerospace Engineering John Arthur Dadmun A.B. Philosophy Sheryl Lee Daigle A.B. Sociology John Joseph Daley A.B. Economics John R. Dallacqua B.B.A. Accounting Patrick G. Dalsin B.B.A. Accounting James Wilton Daly A.B. English Thomas M. Damario B.S. Civil Engineering Stephen Mark Dane B.S. Mathematics Dan C. Dargene B.B.A. Marketing Ronald James Darin B.B.A. Accounting Debra Darko A.B. Speech and Drama Seniors 25 Deborah A. Darnley B.S. Biology Christine Datzman A.B. American Studies Charles J. Daubner A.B. English Thomas Alan Daunno A.B. Psychology Craig Martin Davis A.B. Theology Terry B. Davis B.S. Architecture Deborah F. Dean A.B. English Peter ). DeCrane B.S. Architecture Lorris C. DeDiana B.B.A. Accounting David W. DeFacci B.S. Biology John P. Delaney A.B. Government Rex Eugene Delcamp A.B. American Studies Beth Ann DeLucenay B.B.A. Management Jill Ann DeLucia B.S. Biology Thomas G. Demetrion B.S. Architecture Alicia Ann Denefe A.B. American Studies Susan Louise Denis B.B.A. Accounting Sally Ann Dentz B.F.A. Fine Arts Patrice M. Dermody A.B. American Studies Mary E. DeRoche A.B. English James L. Desmond A.B. General Program Thomas P. Desmond B.B.A. Accounting Michelle M. Despres A.B. English Thomas B. DeStefani B.S. Preprofessional Thomas M. DeWerd A.B. Sociology Orest Deychakiwsky A.B. Government Terrence P. Diamond A.B. Sociology Mary G. Digan A.B. Theology Seniors 26 William Dillhoefer Jr. A.B. Economics Janet Marie Dillon A.B. Psychology Edward A. DiLuia B.B.A. Accounting James Dilworth A.B. .Government Joseph Dinnocenzo B.S. Chemistry Christopher Doherty A.B. English John T. Doherty B.S. Biology Linda Marie Doherty A.B. Psychology Mary T. Doherty B.B.A. Accounting Elizabeth Dolezal B.S. Preprofessional Kathleen Ann Doman B.B.A. Marketing William Dombrowski A.B. Preprofessional Pat Dondanville A.B. American Studies Diane C. Donnelly A.B. Economics Timothy J. Donnelly B.B.A. Accounting Patricia A. Dooley B.S. Chemistry Patricia ). Doran B.B.A. Accounting Edward Dougherty A.B. Government Dennis O. Doughty B.S. Electrical Engineering Seniors 27 Brian James Doyle A.B. English Maurice E. Doyle B.B.A. Accounting Michael A. Doyle B.B.A. Finance Patrick T. Doyle B.B.A. Accounting Lawrence J. Drahota B.S. Biology David Gordon Drake B.S. Preprofessional Mary E. Draper B.S. Chemistry 28 Senion Robert M. Dreger A.B. Economics John R. Driscoll B.B.A. Management Martin L. Driscoll A.B. Economics Paul S. Drzaic B.S. Chemistry M. Jane Duensing B.B.A. Accounting M. Anne Duensing A.B. Prcprofcssioii.il Daniel K. Duffin B.B.A. Management Kevin Thomas Duffy A.B. English Michael W. Duffy A.B. Government Christopher Dugan B.S. Biology Victor R. Dukay A.B. Economics Richard C. Dullanty B.B.A. Finance Elizabeth Dumelle A.B. Government James E. Dunbar B.S. Civil Engineering Kermit E. Duncan B.S. Architecture Robert F. Duncan B.B.A. Accounting Brian Richard Dunn B.B.A. Accounting James Joseph Dunne A.B. Economics Patrick M. Dunne B.S. Preprofessional Raymond P. Duran B.B.A. Accou nting Stephen Durant B.S. Electrical Engineering John P. Dutton A.B. General Program Francis J. Dwyer B.B.A. Accounting Joseph P. Dwyer B.B.A. Accounting Martha S. Dwyer B.S. Biology Virginia M. Dwyer A.B. Theology Martin Dytrych B.B.A. Accounting Robert Easby-Smith B.B.A. Accounting 29 Sfnion Lisa Lynn Easley A.B. Sociology Monica Echavarria B.S. Architecture Mark Allen Eck A.B. Psychology Eric C. Eckman B.S. Biology Joseph S. Eddy B.S. Architecture Robert B. Edelmann B.S. Preprofessional Thomas Edwards B.B.A. Marketing Daniel E. Egging B.S. Civil Engineering Lorraine T. Ehrline B.B.A. Marketing Kenneth E. Elek B.S. Preprofessional Robert G. Ellis B.S. Preprofessional Mary E. Emich B.B.A. Marketing Julie M. Engelhart B.S. Earth Science Frank John Englert B.S. Mechanical Engineering Tracy C. Enright A.B. Government Robin Lee Eresman B.S. Biology Christopher Erickson A.B. Government John H. Erickson B.B.A. Finance Norma Estrada A.B. English Jeffery C. Etoll A.B. Speech and Drama Wallace E. Evans Jr. A.B. Government David G. Eveleigh B.S. Mathematics Thomas Everman Jr. B.S. Electrical Engineering Margaret L. Eyler B.S. Preprofessional Maureen P. Eyres A.B. American Studies James J. Faggiana B.S. Electrical Engineering Lesley Anne Fair A.B. American Studies Donald B. Fairholm B.B.A. Finance 30 Seniors Terrence Fairholm B.B.A. Marketing Michael D. Falk B.S. Chemical Engineering Terence A. Fallen B.F.A. Fine Arts Martha Fanning B.B.A. Marketing Steven L. Fantano B.B.A. Marketing William M. Farmer A.B. Mathematics Robert Farnham Jr. A.B. Government Dan Eugene Faulk A.B. Preprofessional Edward J. Fayen A.B. American Studies James A. Feeney B.S. Civil Engineering James A. Ferrara B.S. Preprofessional Henry Joseph Fetta B.S. Chemical Engineering John Steven Fezy B.S. Biology Philip C. Finegan A.B. English Andrea Jean Fink A.B. English Regina Maria Fink A.B. Economics $enion 3J Patrick G. Finnegan B.B.A. Accounting Terry J. Finnegan A.B. Government Charles A. Fischer B.B.A. Accounting Grace Marie Fisher B.B.A. Marketing Robert F. Fisher B.S. Physics Aimee E. Fitzgerald B.B.A. Marketing Richard Fitzgerald B.S. Chemistry Timothy Fitzgerald B.S. Preprofessional Steven Fitzmorris A.B. Psychology Kathleen A. Fitzpatrick B.B.A. Finance Peter Fitzpatrick B.S. Preprofessional William ). Flanagan A.B. Economics Mary E. Flannery A.B. Economics Michael T. Flavin B.S. Chemistry Richard R. Flores A.B. Theology Kathryn M. Flynn A.B. English Maureen Ann Flynn A.B. English Patrick |. Flynn B.B.A. Marketing William A. Fogarty A.B. English 32 Seniors Susan M. Foley A.B. American Studies Michael V. Fons B.S. Chemistry William John Ford B.S. Preprofessional Joseph Leo Forman A.B. Theology Sheila K. Foss A.B. American Studies Emily F. Foster A.B. English John P. Franko B.S. Biology Anthony Fransway B.S. Preprofessional James P. Fredette B.S. Electrical Engineering James J. Fredian B.B.A. Accounting Joan L. Fremeau A.B. American Studies Ronald J. Frerich B.S. Mechanical Engineering ' Seniors 33 Barbara Ann Frey A.B. American Studies Willie Fry A.B. Economics Paul C. Fujawa B.S. Civil Engineering Brian Joseph Furio B.S. Biology Richard Gabbianelli B.B.A. Accounting Brian Gaffney B.B.A. Management James Leo Gajewski A.B. Preprofessional Diane H. Galdikas B.S. Chemical Engineering Paul Michael Gales A.B. Government Thomas Galeziewski B.S. Civil Engineering Sharon A. Gallagher B.S. Chemical Engineering Timothy Gallagher B.S. Mechanical Engineering Patricia Gallaher B.S. Biology John Michael Gallo B.B.A. Accounting Victor G. Galvez B.B.A. Accounting James David Gamble B.S. Biology (Catherine A. Gannon B.B.A. Accounting Mark David Garcia B.B.A. Finance James R. Gardner B.B.A. Finance Mark C. Gargula B.B.A. Accounting Keelin M. Garvey B.S. Biology Michael G. Garvey A.B. Government Peter J. Garvey A.B. History D. Roberto Garza B.S. Mechanical Engineering William A. Gaudreau B.S. Architecture Sheila Anne Gavan B.S. Biology Mary Ann Gaynett B.B.A. Marketing John M. Gearin A.B. Economics 34 Senion Irwin Press Assoc. Prof. Sociolo; Anthropology Maureen Rose Geary B.B.A. Accounting Michael A. Geers B.B.A. Finance Randy Gelber A.B. Economics Rock | Gennaro B.B.A. Accounting John G. Geppert Jr. B.B.A. Finance Pascal A. Gerard B.S. Mechanical Engineering Cary M. Gerber B.B.A. Finance Seniors 35 Peter J. Gergel B.S. Architecture Thomas L. Gettings B.B.A. Accounting Gregory M. Gibbons B.S. Electrical Engineering Frances M. Gilbert A.B. English Robert J. Gildea B.S. Biology Julie Marie Gill A.B. American Studies Edward ). Giniat B.B.A. Accounting Patrick P. Giordano B.B.A. Accounting James Alan Giuffre B.B.A. Accounting Michael G. Glynn A.B. General Program Mark M. Gmerek B.S. Mechanical Engineering Mary T. Goddard B.S. Biology Peter G. Goerner A.B. Government Thomas J. Golden A.B. English Thomas Goldsworthy A.B. Speech and Drama Thomas C. Golubski B.S. Preprofessional Paul David Goniu B.B.A. Accounting John J. Goodill B.S. Preprofessional Robert Good paster B.S. Chemical Engineering 36 Seniors Timothy Byrd Gorie B.S. Electrical Engineering Kathleen S. Gorman A.B. Psychology Brett James Gossen B.B.A. Accounting Kurt Allen Gotta B.B.A. Finance Mark W. Gottsacker B.B.A. Accounting Arnold G. Cough B.B.A. Accounting Dexter J. Gourdin B.S. Electrical Engineering Susan Jeanne Grace B.B.A. Accounting Mary E. Grady A.B. Government Daniel Harris Graf A.B. Economics Gemma G. Graham A.B. Psychology Michael T. Graham B.B.A. Accounting Marcia Gramelspacher B.B.A. Accounting Mark S. Granatosky B.S. Mechanical Engineering Annette M. Grande A.B. English Anthony Greco A.B. Government Kimberly Ann Green B.S. Chemical Engineering Norman E. Greer B.B.A. Marketing Mary C. Gregerson A.B. Psychology Brian P. Griffin A.B. Psychology Daniel P. Griffin B.S. Biology Leslie C. Griffin A.B. Theology Patrick J. Griffin B.B.A. Accounting Michael Griffith A.B. Philosophy Louis M. Groden B.S. Electrical Engineering William J. Guappone A. B. Preprofessional Charles Paul Guess B.S. Civil Engineering Maurice J. Guinan B.B.A. Accounting Seniort 37 Brian C. Guinter B.B.A. Marketing John D. Gumpert Jr. B.S. Biology Carlos Gutierrez A.B. Economics William B. Guyol Jr. B.S. Preprofessional Charles B. Haaser B.B.A. Finance Kerry Wade Hab A.B. Psychology Randy S. Hadley B.B.A. Finance J. Randall Haefner A.B. Economics Kenneth M. Haffey B.B.A. Accounting James Alan Hagene B.B.A. Management Regis W. Haid Jr. B.S. Preprofessional Brian W. Mainline A.B. Preprofessional John James Halbig B.S. Mechanical Engineering Michael J. Haley B.S. Chemistry Peter G. Haley A.B. General Program Melinda Hallinan B.S. Chemistry Diane J. Halliwell B.B.A. Finance Robert Paul Hames B.B.A. Accounting Randall E. Hand A.B. Government Kevin P. Hanifin B.B.A. Accounting Carol Marie Hank B.S. Chemical Engineering Joan T. Hanna B.S. Architecture John L. Hannan A.B. Philosophy Leo C. Hansen B.S. Architecture Pamela Anne Hansen B.B.A. Finance Valerie T. Hardy A.B. Modern Languages Mark Thomas Harmon A.B. American Studies Peter J. Harrington A.B. Economics 38 Seniors Kenny W. Harris B.S. Civil Engineering Randy Lee Harrison B.B.A. Finance Susan Mary Hart B.F.A. Fine Arts James Owen Harte B.B.A. Management Stephen L. Haskins B.B.A. Accounting William ). Hassell B.F.A. Fine Arts Robert G. Hassett B.S. Preprofessional Joyce Hatala A.B. Anthropology George Hatem B.S. Preprofessional J. Gerald Hattrup B.S. Biology Daniel John Haugh B.B.A. Accounting William M. Hawes B.S. Aerospace Engineering Daniel F. Hayes B.S. Architecture James Gerard Healy A.B. Government Daniel R. Heck B.B.A. Finance Ronald A. Heiderman B.S. Preprofessional Seniors 39 Terrence Heidkamp B.B.A. Finance Robert R. Heimbuch A.B. Government Frederick Heinzen Jr. A.B. Government Peter S. Helland A.B. Modern Languages Richard Hendricks A.B. Speech and Drama Edward M. Hendrie B.B.A. Marketing James K. Henegan B.S. Mathematics John P. Hennessy B.B.A. Finance Brian B. Hennigan B.S. Biology John R. Hennigan B.B.A. Accounting Arthur S. Henrich A.B. Psychology Philip E. Henseler B.S. Electrical Engineering 40 Seniors Kevin F. Heraty B.B.A. Accounting Jesse J. Herr B.B.A. Accounting Paul Joseph Hess A.B. American Studies Robert M. Hell A.B. Mathematics Colleen M. Hickey A.B. English Frederick A. Hickey B.B.A. Accounting Gary Lee Hickman B.S. Biology Susan Hicks-Gibler B.S. Architecture Jeffrey H. High B.B.A. Accounting Mark Everett Hill B.B.A. Accounting Lee Hills B.S. Civil Engineering Elizabeth Hinders B.S. Chemistry Mark Otis Hinken B.B.A. Accounting Michael Hinken Jr. B.S. Architecture Arthur G. Hoesterey B.B.A. Accounting Gerald M. Hoffman B.B.A. Marketing Janet M. Hoffman B.B.A. Accounting Richard Hohman Jr. B.B.A. Management John P. Holbrook A.B. Psychology James G. Holland B.B.A. Finance Paul Brendan Holm B.B.A. Accounting James Holmberg B.S. Architecture James Francis Hora B.S. Chemistry Stephen D. Horak B.S. Biology John Francis Horan B.S. 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Schneider B.S. Architecture Christopher C. Schneider B.S. Mechanical Engineering Kathryn Schneider A.B. Government Charles E. Schnur B.B.A. Management 76 Seniors " ' Brian O. Schoenrork B.S. Preprofesiional Mark A. Schramm A.B. Government Sunshine Schramm B B.A. Marketing Margaret Srhumaker A.B. ' Engteh John T. Schwartz B.B.A. Management Anthony F. Scolaro B.S. Chemical Engineering William A. Scott B.S. Preprofessional Mark H. Scribner A.B. American Studies James W. Scruggs B.S. Microbiology Jean Ann Sculati A.B Sociology William J. Seeger A.B Economics James B. Sellinger B.S. Electrical Engineering Seniors 77 Barbara L. Sennett B.B.A. Accounting Ronald John Serger B.B.A. Finance Gregory Sergesketter B.B.A. Accounting Joseph Sergio A.B. Psychology James A. Severyn B.S. Preprofessional Frederic X. Shadley B.S. Electrical Engineering Paul M. Shafer A.B. Preprofessional Gabriel R. Shakour B.S. Mechanical Engineering Edward F. Shea A.B. English Mary Patricia Shea A.B. Modern Languages Timothy David Shea B.B.A. Marketing Michael E. Sheehan A.B. English Lawrence J. Shepard B.S. Biology Janet E. Sherman A.B. Government Mary Ann E. Shil.Ua A.B. Speech and Drama William Shults, Jr. B.B.A. Accounting Mark Thomas Shupe B.B. A. Accounting Maureen E. Siat B.S. Microbiology Georgi Siefring B.S. Civil Engineering Timothy Siefring B.S. Physics Nancy Leah Siegler B.S. Microbiology Mark F. Silady B.S. Biology John C. Silhavy A.B. American Studies David J. Simmens B.S. Chemical Engineering Jeffrey Simnick A.B. General Program Jean Marie Simon A.B. Psychology Sharon Simon B.F.A. Fine Arts James W. Singer B.S. Civil Engineering 78 Seniors Theresa L. Sinnott A.B. History Linda F. Sisson B.B.A. Accounting Joan M. Skarnulis B.S. Biology Bruce Mark Skeldon B.S. I ! ( iiii.il Engineering Sieve |. Slater B.B.A. Accounting Theodore Slaughter B.S. Electrical Engineering Donald S. Small A.B. Government Mary K. Smelser A.B. English Barbara M. Smith A B. American Studies Bryan Paul Smith B.S Biology Cherene R. Smith A.B. Government David James Smith B.B.A. ' Finance Seniors 79 I I David John Smith B.B.A. Accounting Dennis M. Smith B.B.A. Finance Jean Marie Smith A.B. Philosophy Kevin Smith A.B. Psychology Marilee V. Smith A.B. General Program Peter John Smith A.B. English Therese A. Smith A.B. Modern Languages Thomas G. Smith B.B.A. Accounting Denise L. Snyder A.B. English Robert G. Sobanski B.B.A. Accounting Richard E. Sofranko A.B. Sociology Joseph M. Sopcich A.B. American Studies Thomas J. Spaeth B.B.A. Accounting Timothy C. Spangler B.B.A. Accounting Darcie E. Spence B.B.A. Accounting Mark Thomas Spence A.B. Modern Languages 80 Seniors Louis G. Spisto B.B.A. Marketing Christine Spittler B.B.A. Accounting George A. Spohrer B.S. Mechanical Engineering Donald L. Sprague B.S. tarth Science Robert Stackowiak B.S. Civil Engineering Michael F. Stalteri B.S. Preprofessional Patrick Stapleton A.B. Government William G. Starr A.B. Economics Michael A. Staub A.B. Government John |. Stavola, Jr. B.B.A. Accounting Joseph E. Sleinmetz B.S. Preprofessional Robert John Stell B.S. Chemical Engineering Seniors 81 Michael J. Stenger B.S. Preprofessional John Paul Stenson B.B.A. Management Joan V. Stephan A.B. English James Stephens B.S. Civil Engineering John P. Stephens A.B. Economics Douglas M. Stevens B.B.A. Accounting Paul W. Stevenson B.B.A. Finance Matthew C. Stolte B.B.A. Accounting Timothy R. Strader B.B.A. Management Kathleen M. Strah B.S. Preprofessional John James Strass B.B.A. Accounting Walter W. Strauser B.S. Preprofessional John C. Strauss B.B.A. Marketing John W. Street B.B.A. Accounting Stephanie A. Strine A.B. Anthropology Glen Mark Sturm B.B.A. Marketing 82 Seniors C. Hogan an, College of Engincninv; )o Ann Stuber B.B.A. Marketing Kevin Gerard Sugg B.B.A. Management Hugh P. Sullivan A.B. Economics Kathleen Sullivan B.S. Biology Mark Sullivan A.B. Government Teresa A. Sullivan A.B. Government Timothy |. Sullivan B.S. Biology Marylyn C. Sutton B.S. PrcprotfsMon.il Senior i flj Charles J. Sweeney B.S. Preprofessional John Sweeney B.S. Civil Engineering Jane Ellen Swihart A.B. Modern Languages Gregory A. Switaj B.B.A. Marketing Mark Szporka B.B.A. Management Thomas F. Tainer B.S. Electrical Engineering Patrice Takazawa-Huffman A.B. Government John Joseph Talbot B.S. Civil Engineering 84 Seniors Louis |. Talolta B.B.A. Marketing Mark A. Tarczynski B.S. Electrical Engineering Mary P. Tarpey A.B. American Studies Joseph A. Tatman B.S. Electrical Engineering James R. Taylor B.S. Biology Paul L. Taylor B.S. Architecture Timothy W. Taylor B.B.A. Accounting Michael M. Teague B.S. Mechanical Engineering Brian Albert Temme B.S. Civil Engineering Michael Paul Teske B.S. Preprofessional David A. Tezza A.B. General Program Mark A. Thimons B.S. Civil Engineering Deborah D. Thomas A.B. English James R. Thomas B.B.A. Finance Michael C. Thomas B.B.A. Accounting Steven G. Thomas A.B. Government Seniors 85 Michael Thomassen B.B.A. Finance Julius C. Thompson A.B. History Monica Lynne Thorns B.S. Preprofessional Amy L. Thornton B.B.A. Finance Charles Tiedemann A.B. Government Robert M. Tobben B.B.A. Accounting Jeffrey L. Tolari B.B.A. Accounting William Tomkiewicz B.S. Preprofessional Ckiirrrunipept. of EV nomi 86 Seniors I I Mark Robert Tovey B.S. Mechanical Engineering Michael John Towle A.B. American Studies Tina Traficanti A.B. English Thomas A. Traina -B.S. Civil Engineering Michael Treemarcki B.B.A. Accounting Clifford Trinkaus B.S. Architecture Michael |. Trucano B.B.A. Marketing Donald J. Trybus B.B.A. Accounting Gregory A. Trzupek B.S. Architecture Michael D. Tsubola B.S. Biology James Tucci B.B.A. Accounting Robert F. Tull B.B.A. Finance Seniors 87 Mary Beth Tumulty B.B.A. Accounting William G. Turnure B.S. Architecture Joseph T. Ungashick B.B.A. Accounting John M. Ulrich B.S. Preprofessional Gregory L. Urban B.B.A. Finance Giselle L. Urruti A.B. Psychology Kathy Valdiserri B.B.A. Marketing Stephen J. Vamos A.B. General Program Michael J. Van Acker B.S. Civil Engineering Richard Van Beveren B.B.A. Finance Raymond Vander Heyden A.B. Psychology Jill F. Van DerVeire B.S. Microbiology Thomas W. Van Eck B.B.A. Marketing John W. Van Gilder B.S. Preprofessional Martin Van Haltern B.S. Mechanical Engineering Robert Van Tornhout A.B. Speech and Drama S ' f ,; ; ; :-:V 88 Seniors 4 enyon S. Tweedell ' Prof. Biology Robert A. Varettoni A.B. American Studies Christopher D. Vaughan B.B.A. Management Susan F. Velicoff B.S. Chemical Engineering John T. Vellutato Charles Veloze B.B.A. Marketing Leticia D. Vidaurri A.B. Government Matthew Vietmeier B.S. Civil Engineering David W. Vinson B.S. Preprofessional Seniors 89 Monica Anne Vogel A.B. American Studies Celeste Volz B.S. Aerospace Engineering James Francis Wade B.B.A. Finance Mark Andrew Wagner B.B.A. Accounting Wade C. Waldock B.S. Architecture Martin W. Waldron B.S. Architecture Harry Walker Jr. B.S. Chemical Engineering John P. Walker A.B. English Mark C. Wallace A.B. American Studies Janet Clare Walsh B.B.A. Marketing Jean Marie Walsh B.B.A. Accounting John K. Walsh A.B. Government Mary Roberta Walsh B.B.A. Finance Marylou Walsh B.F.A. Fine Arts Maureen P. Walsh B.B.A. Accounting Eric Paul Walton B.F.A. Fine Arts Richard J. Walton B.S. Biology Peter Warmenhoven A.B. Economics Victoria L. Warren A.B. Anthropology Theresa A. Wathen A.B. Economics Aaron Watson B.B.A. Accounting Stacy Mary Weaver B.S. Biology Thomas Paul Weber B.S. Electrical Engineering Daniel Weidner B.B.A. Management William A. Weiler A.B. English Paul Weinacht B.S. Aerospace Engineering Arthur Weingartner A.B. Economics Charles J. Weis A.B. Speech and Drama 90 Seniors Seniors 91 Barry F. Weiss B.S. Mechanical Engineering Gary Paul Weiss B.B.A. Finance Gregory J. Weithman B.S. Architecture Joseph D. Welch A.B. Psychology Thomas Leo Welch B.S. Mechanical Engineering James S. Wendel B.S. Preprofessional Daniel E. Weninger B.S. Electrical Engineering Mary Beth Wenk B.B.A. Marketing David James Wenkel B.B.A. Accounting Kathryn E. Werhan A.B. English Keith Henry Werwas B.S. Civil Engineering Gregory Weston A.B. Economics Jeffrey G. Weston B.B.A. Marketing John R. Whalen A.B. History Anne Mary White B.B.A. Finance Belinda White B.B.A. Accounting 92 Senion Mary Judith White B.B.A. Marketing Paul Gerard White B.B.A. Accounting Michael Whiteside A.B. Economics Albert S. Wickel B.S. Aerospace Engineering Joan F. Wiegand B.B.A. Accounting Chris E. Wiley B.S. Architecture Charles M. Wilke B.S. Biology Charles L. Wills B.B.A. Marketing Seniors 93 Robert |. Wilmouth A.B. Preprofessional Patrick C. Wilson B.S. Chemical Engineering William W. Wirthman B.B.A. Finance Karen M. Wischerath B.S. Biology David E. Wisniewski II B.S. Civil Engineering Patrick Witkowski B.S. Biology Thomas Wittenberg B.S. Chemica l Engineering Geoffrey Wladecki George Wlochowski B.B.A. Accounting Charles D. Wolf B.S. Electrical Engineering Peter Wolf A.B. Theology Mark Richard Wolfe B.B.A. Marketing 94 Scnioi Robert A. Lc.idcr Prof. Art . Donald Lee Wolford A.B. Philosophy Karen L. Wollweber B.S. Microbiology John Benton Wood A.B. Economics Robert C. Woodruff III -B.S. Preprofessional Leslie M. Worden A.B. Speech and Drama Jerry J. Woznicki B.S. Biology Thomas Keith Wrape B.S. Electrical Engineering Michael J. Wurdack B.B.A. Accounting Mark Edward Wurfel A.B. General Program Robert T. Wurz A.B. Government Christopher Wynne B.B.A. Accounting Richard John Wynne B.B.A. Management Seniors 95 Lauren Ann Wysocki B.B.A. Accounting Eugene Yao-Tseng Yang B.S. Mechanical Engineering Victor F. Yeandel A.B. American Studies Gregory ). Young A.B. English Judith Ann Zabek B.S. Biology Peter J. Zabroski A.B. Psychology Bruce Zakrzewski B.B.A. Accounting Thomas F. Zatorski B.S. Preprofessional Mark Adam Zaucha B.S. Biology Joseph E. Zavodny B.B.A. Management Mike Joseph Zengel A.B. Economics Stanley G. Ziherl B.B.A. Accounting PLACEMENT ROOM 2 PLACEMENT INF( ANDREGISTR CAREER EMPLOYER 1 RESUMES ; DOS SIGN-UPS FOR JOB IN OFFICE HOURS 8:0 MONDAY THROnJH 96 Daniel ). Zimmerman A.B. English Terence Zimmerman B.S. Mechanical Engineering Joseph C. Zinger B.B.A. Accounting James E. Zorn A.B. Modern Languages Robert P. Zurcher B.S. Preprofessional Timothy B. Zweber B.B.A. Finance Senior 97 WE LEFT OUR HEARTS . . . . - ' i i- - 98 Senior Trip Senior Trip 99 ChristianBrothers mine aging cellars TOUPS 10 to 430 WO Senior Trip I I I Ill III! J I in mi lin inn ' " mi mil mi " mm mi I1I1IW mm " ft ([ imminii " 1111 ___! IIIIIIMIII " 111111 iiiinmii " " 111 IIIIIMIH " 111111 .IN SAN FRANCISCO Senior Trip 101 Fr. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C. President 102 Administration Fr. Ferdinand L. Brown, C.S.C Acting Provost Fr. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Executive Vice-President Administration 103 William M. Burke Assistant to the Provost Sr. John Miriam Jones, S.C. Assistant Provost 104 Administration Br. Just Paczesny, C.S.C. Vice-President Student Affairs James A. Roemer Dean of Students Administration 105 Br. John Benesh, C.S.C. Director Student Activities Fr. Daniel O ' Neil, C.S.C. Dir. International Student Affairs Fr. Gregory Green, C.S.C. Asst. Vice-Pres. Student Affairs 106 Administration Mary Clare McCabe Director Staff Student Development Robert E. Cordon Vice-President Advanced Studies Sr. Judith Ann Beattie, C.S.C. Director Volunteer Services Administration 107 STUDENT LIFE Editor: Mark Amenta Across pathways black-grey, crumble edged or neat white subtle tracked or dirt beaten hard we walk we have walked for days In sub-arctic Octobers and sudden swelter Marches under leaves washed with Fall loosened in Winter through flying disc wars or rain the days weave in a colorless pattern. Sun ' s shadows pass our blinked eye and we lose sight. We rerun those pathways like a film a pan shot of the North Quad a close up of the Dining Hall menu zoom in on the Library ' s night glow meet a face and stop action. The moments when we touch and arc touched are set into a cross fading of walking, passing through the glade surrounded by Sorin, La Fortune, Crowley a bright Fall morning something nudges our sleepy senses a patter, rustling thick a squirrel, acorn cheeked, darting as if it were the night before an eight o ' clock final. He pauses to look at you as if to say How strange you are You kiss, you hold you run, you play you sink into books and notes (you touch, you are touched) but you miss so much. I am preparing for my Winter, Are you? 7 10 lntroduction We flip to the next frame, a little too pre-occupied to talk with such a didactive squirrel and move on squeezing through the thin alley of idmpus brushing one shoulder against the grey dusty walls of the Ad Building plastered with pictures of old men we do not know; and the other against the bright orange machinery that moves like winded branches dumping, dredging, interlocking the sleek, hard materials into another part of the Engineering Building From one side, we hear distant moans Love thy neighbor, liberty and justice, Knute Rockne, All American from the other we hear ear shattering screams gay students of Notre Dame, Logan Center crisis, women ' s rugby team One side compliments the other making it all music to our fears Like moving images captured in solid celluloid, we are walking still. Passing through the aged, yellow brick of Badin and finding a laundromat taking courses in children ' s theatre, symbolic logic, sex and law while Emil T ' s Freshman Chemistry still fizzes eating pizza and fritos corn chips under the gothic spires of the South Dining Hall. This is our life here at Notre Dame: capturing our everyday moments orchestrating present realities in the framework of tradition finding the firm rock underlying our changing world. Introduction 111 A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A DOMER GOOD MORNING 112 fjrly Morning .y A 1urnmi: II I I RAISIN BRAN RAISIN r r n RIUStH BRAH RAISIN 116 Morning Classes The brain is an amazing thing. Alter being shocked out of bed by a blaring buzz, forced to co-ordinate the reconstruction of a new face, and given the complex task of making the body walk, talk, focus on distant .is well as near objects, and, possibly, digest food, the brain must withstand the barrage of integrations, delinia- tions, poetic analyses, biochemical feedback, and the philosophical proddings of Jung as influenced by the Hellenistic concept of the " Happy Man. " Although this mental mine field is usually laid out within a classroom, at times we .ire .illowed to explore our education in such varied places as language labs, computer rooms, music practice rooms, La Fortune Ballroom, the mirror-bordered stage of Wa- shington Hall, or a Rector ' s dorm room. To escape the flourescently lit, gla e c inder blocked cells of O ' Shaughnessy, the modern, sterile modules of Hayes-Healy, or the sagging, crumbling, haunted holes of the Ad Building, is a welcome relief. In these unusual learning environments, we can keep sight of education as experience and enlightenment rather than bells, boards, and boring lee tures. CLASSES: THE MORNING MINE FIELD Morning Classes 1 17 About noon everyday, there is a mad dash from O ' Shag, Haggar, and the rest of the classroom buildings to the Dining Halls and the Huddle. As the crowd inches its way to the grub, the old questions arise: will it be chicken burgers or hot roast beef sand- wiches? or will we have to suffer through " rice and anything else we could find in the kitchen including a few chair legs and an employees uniform " casserole? And the des- serts! Cookie dry, blueberry glop, and apple collapse are, believe it or not, among the favorites. The salad bar, a new addition by the SAGA Takeover, was, in all fairness, a big plus for lunch and dinner. Sometimes, however, the salad bar would introduce some bizarre dish that reminded us where we were -- cold peas and peaches with mustard sauce was one of the best examples of the food service ' s attempt at gastronomical humor. 118 Lunch BASE FEET Wo EAT THE " SAGA " OF LUNCH AT NOTRE DAME lunch 119 BACK TO C.ASS 120 Altcrnoon l. ' l GOOTCHIE GOOTCH1E GOO THE BUYING AND SELLING OF NOTRE DAME What would we do without the Notre Dame Bookstore? With the shelves filled with toiletries to keep us clean, albums and books to keep us enlightened, and school supplies to keep us busy, the Bookstore is the nutrition center of student life. But amid the necessities of everyday life are the rows and rows of Notre Dame memorabilia. Notre Dame helmet lamps, soap, napkins, ice buckets, cordial glasses, rugs, stools, etc. On football weekends it is thought provoking to watch alumni and students ' parents exit the Bookstore carrying grocery bags filled with ND nic-nacs. Do they know what is planned for the future? Will they come back to purchase the ultimate Bookstore item - the blue and gold athletic supporter that can be filled with the lory of Notre Dame? --. 122 Bookstore The leprechaun isn ' t the only smiling face you sec when entering the Student Government and Union offices on the second floor of LaFortune. True to her name. Sunshine Schramm greets rnvv co-ex ticket seeker and bothersome committee member with a big grin and a few kind words. A day without Sunshine is like a da u ith Anita Bryant. FRIENDLY FACES FILL THE DAY As secretary of financial aid Sac s mAv !, -. to deal with BEOG forms, computer tanl . .mil hundreds of scholarship jppliiations. IVh.it Si i ors best, though, is deal with people. Her amiable presence is a great help to all the confused students she encounters. And, one il the highlights of the year was .Si c new ' do. Terry at Student Activities - what can you sa ? Beauty, efficients, helpfulness - she ' s got it all. When all the humdrum of college lite gets to be too nun. h, it ' s nice to know Terry ' s there le.ith to activate stutlent . 124 Friendly Faces II an ni iteil 111 i oni il.nn ' .-.lui-i ' s )itn e. It it " until 9:00 l it i sfs .it 4:00 P.M . .unl it t.ikf-. .1 n houi lunih tnc.ik. Hut thf ihi-i-itul MVU. . (; .( Hint 1 .mil l.n k SAr r intil-, tht ' ltii-.ti.itmn i l H.iilini; in lent; lint " . In i .is ) .1 th.it ont- .in si, .unl ,i ' Hi, h,inf ' " from the queen tit the I luthlle, Vi. o one may know her test name, but e er , ti tomer knows her plejs,wt mjnner and kind words. fnemiH F.n.es 125 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE EVERYDAY KIND Center Baroness, you haven ' t fully experienced Notre Dame. She is friendly service incarnate. Just make sure you " don ' t want it tomorrow! " Ooops! You fool. How dare you think you can park your car on this campus without permission. And if you ' re a student, make sure you move your heap to the mud lot before a home football game. What do we care if you ruin your car? You ' re only a student. Oh, and by the way, don ' t expect us to let you on campus no matter what your excuse is. If you ' re an alumnus or townie, well, that ' s another story. 126 Daily fncounters WORK SHU c they moved laundry pick-up from Badin and Keenan to the laundry plant, this has become a familiar sight. Because of the inconvenience, no one seems to mind interrupting a group of grotto gatherers while carrying their twelve bundles. Hanging signs and posters seems to i .1 ( ampus-wide pasttime. This ellow is obviously experienced. He has mastered the art of managing cellophane tape with his gloves on. l).nl fncounten 127 FILLING OUT THE AFTERNOON WITH HARD WORK, ORGANIZATIONS, AND ATHLETICS 128 Late Aftcrnoiin BADIN LAUNDRY OPENS This ye.ir, the IRA of the men ' s laundry began. All day long, men DASHod to the b.isement of Badin .md VYISked out their dirts laundi so they could SPRAY AND WASH their lollies At first, not ALL of the guys knew how to go about it, ( ausing them to SHOUT in desper- ation for MIRACLE WHITF. But when they aught the I 11)1 of how to laundrv properly, it was ,i BRII 1. I he B.idin Laundry 1)1 ome in handy; most students CHEf Red, saving it was FABulous. It does gel expensive, hut it ' s better than washing your (lothes in a RAINBARRIL with your ARM AM) HAMMER. m Ijunilri 1S4 DINNER - COME AND GET IT was the year of the Beep. Or Buzzz. Or Eehhh. The Dining Halls instituted a new computo-read off zing ing check-your-ID make you wait for your dinner even longer than before electronic al Invalid-Reinsert Card-Go to hell machine. Needless to say they have made a big hit with the students. EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES HELP TO ROUND OUT THE DAY 132 fxtrj-curricular Activities Mtet .1 da tilled with input from classes, m ils, and dost- encounters, mam students tuul an outlet in ,K fixities. Theatre, music, student Hovei nment, the media, social orani ations, sports clubs, and the like till the nights oi the more active Notre Dame students. Somehow they tind time to study. For example, an actor in one of the ND-SMC Theatre productions is expected to rehearse an average of four nights a week, with an every night obligation near the performance dates. How do they do it? Many students say that their best ,ic ademic performance oci tirs when they arc the most involved. When there is so much to do, time has to be budgetted to get everything done. With academic work alone, the tendency is to let it slide and just ha fun. Besides, some of the best learning experiences come irom these activities. At Notre Dame, academics prepare you for a job; activities help to prepare you for a fuller appreciation of lite-. t ti.i-t tirni uljt Ai Hutu- HI QUIET PLEASE! Sterility surrounds us grey, white marble lit by light tubes that reflect off waxed wood tables Rows of toes press against the clean, slick stone floor wiggle and cringe free from tight shoes Bodies in a cold cavern (a den of books) mind sweat, brow rubbed adding warmth to cool corridors The ice melts in the cloud puff of cigarettes Lobby zombies rest red, weak eyes The library simmers at night. . 134 Library library 1 35 136 Sleep Dark Happens mind falters with so much incomplete stomach not filled sets not built bets not won miles not run smiles not shown friends not phoned ends not tied looks not spied books not read ferns not fed urns not fired the body tires. Sleep. After all, tomorrow is another day. Sleep 137 I ' f z. WEEKEND: % B5 ' BOOGIE, BOOZE, BANTER .1 [RINA ST PAUL THE RIZAL BAND! MON CALICO 1 ' V. ' ETCETERA " rWtmiMin iaIVvr y fl COMEDY BF ERRORS OCTOMK r s ti M a ir M mtimnm rieincu. W5ND . am64O , ncxre dames progressive sound I i Ui-1 142 lnternational Students With an increase both in the number of foreign students who have spent a year abroad, the Notre Dame community has begun awakening to the importance of cultural commun- ication in today ' s shrinking world. The International Student Organiza- tion acts as a catalyst in stimulating this vital contact. The International Student Organiza- tion is an organization for sharing cultural backgrounds and exper- iences, as well as friendship and language among the Notre Dame Community. The International Student Organiza- tion tries to promote an appreciation and understanding of the inherent values of different cultures. Through intercultural encounters, they hope to increase their cultural self- awareness. BASEBALL, HOT DOGS, APPLE PIE, AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Inlernjliorul Students 143 144 Spiritual Lite SPIRITUAL LIFE: WE ARE NOT ALONE sleek white candles burn the night and end in short hard mounds the flame dies billowing scents of incense fill the sky spires tear dry eyes and fade to still air organ chords blare ringing songs clang from above bringing glorious din down until pews empty into silence if we never move on lighting the candles of love and peace offering the incense of hope and faith playing the music of joy and rebirth we are left behind alone with no light no smell no sound Spiritual life US DORM LIFE: BURNED OUT, HYPED UP, BOGGED DOWN 146 Dorm Life Dorm lite is the epitome ol otre D, line ' s p. ist luture sir ug l ' 1 - ' irst there is the are Intel tural .ispe-e t Compare the square oiuernem Mdiincr, Grace, and lewis to the (ie ief iil beauty of Dillon, Alumni, Howard, Morrisse . Walsh, ,in l I vons. Add the 1950 ' s prison-like .itmos- phere ol I ' .in horn, I isher , St.mtord, and Keenan. Sprinkle on the mst remains of Saint 1 d , s r in, and Hols Cross. Blend these with the mixed -hai; appearance of Badin, ahm, Ca augh, Farley, and Breen-Phillijis end ii[i with an architectural portrait of the I J ni er sit v sir on i; ties with t he- past and weak attempts to relate to the modern world. Second, the whole question of parietals adds a new perspective to the past future struggle. Since Notre Dame went Co-ed, male and female students can learn, socialize, and grow together but not after midnight on weekdays or after 2 A.M. on weekends. Rather than prevent against amoral rendezvous with the opposite sex, which, if felt necessary, will happen in spite of parietal restrictions, in-dorm limits for male female communication help to keep the sexes far enough out of tune with each other to make the social life less than desirable. If there is something wrong with having a woman in a man ' s room after midnight, then subconsciously, might not the man tend to view the woman one-sidedly? Naturally, this may not be the case. But, in this regard, parietals can only hurt the attitude of the sexes toward each other. The dorm, then, is caught between opening up good relationships between sexes and closing the door .ig.iinst full understanding of one sex for another. 148 Dorm Life ird, I.K k ot co-residential housing or even the possibility of to- residential housing has ( reated .1 subliminal feeling tli.it causes um-se so i.il patterns. Men .Hid women e.it separately in the Dining Malls, work OUt sep.it.itelv at the A( C and R()(k, and sometimes even d.m e separately .it hars ,md parties, these segregated activities .ire not had in themselves, but they do not ne ess.ir il stem from |)eisonal preterciK e. Rather, then ' seems to be a se sei;i ei;at ed atmosphere in which all men ' s and women ' s activities l e ome ommon. So although Notre Dame is supposed- ly moving towards greater under- standing of male female ooper.ition, the Notre Dame dorm is the Mix k to full comprehension. Domi lit,- l-t " TAKING THE PLUNGE INTO OFF CAMPUS LIVING - lite umpws HTU CHERRY P R CERTflCATES WfAJP COCA-COLA HOT CHOCOI ATE Mil K ? ' . COI ! 1 1 V Uf 156 Winter Crisis - .lorn .mi, . , ' ' . They had heard of ._ J supposedly begun last night in the Midwest. I looked out the window to confirm the report " Oh yeah, it looks prett bad . . . no, no, we ' ll have school . . . yes, I ha e to go to Saint Mary ' s early ibis morning . . . yes, I ' ll bundle up . . . " Things did look unusually raw out so I added an extra layer of clothing As I walked towards the bus stop near the grotto, I decided to begin walking instead of waiting tot the bus. Un- winds and snow were fierce, but there was no use turning back. A whole da of sc hool was ahead of me, so I had to get started. When I got to Route 31, fleet of snow had fallen. The u md knocked me into snowbanks four ?s. There was no feeling in my hecks or nose. My chin was uet witn tears and mucus. I began to think As it turned out, Notre Dame, as well as Indiana, Ohio, and U ester n Pennsylvania, c losed tor the next lorn days. It was the worst snowfall in t he- history of mankind. And we weie the- Along with the snow came rampant in -do rm alcoholism, si urn ball, suicidal leaps off the- Bookstore roof, and mountain c limbing-like treks to Kroger s One N.D. lad went out into the snow-filled parking lot alter the bliz ard had subsided to locale his van. Me paced back and forth in the a tea in which he had Ic-tt it. Alter about fifteen minutes, be stopped, kicked around some snow, and disc oveied be was standing on top ol the van. ENERGY CRISIS HITS MIDWEST As if the record snowfall and the flu epidemic that resulted were not enough, an energy crisis hit the Midwest in February. The crisis was caused by a coal strike in Pennsylvania that led Public Service of Indiana, the state ' s largest electric company, to impose a 50% power cutback on schools. Although Notre Dame has its own coal supply, the campus had to cut back energy use. Out went the bright yellow shining on the Dome, off went most of the heat in the buildings. Saint Mary ' s threatened to close and cancel graduation. Students of both campuses learned to feel their way to classrooms. The dark in the dining halls was the only consolation; you didn ' t have to see what you were eating. Winter Crisis 157 m 158 Student Life I AM PREPARING FOR MY WINTER, ARE YOU? Student life 159 LA FOR.TUKE STUDENT CENTER ORGANIZATIONS Editors: Al Dreyer Joyce Ravnikar 7. Terry joiner Academic Commissioner 2. Chris Mahon CAC Commissioner 3. Mark Szaflarski CAC Assistant Commissioner 4. Bill Roche Services Assistant Commissioner 5. John Dzyminski Manager of Campus Press 6. Jodie Korth Associate Director 7. Kathy Nolan Press Secretary 8. Mike Schlageter Services Commissioner 9. Jim Speier Concert Commissioner 10. Colleen McCrath Comptroller 77. Orest Deychakiwsky Social Commissioner 12. Joe LaCosta Ticket Office Manager 13. Tom Cryp Student Union Director 14. Mary Ann Moore Calendar Office Coordinator 15. Bonnie Bona Movie Commissioner ELSEWHERE: Jamie Stevens Public Relations Commissioner Rick Dullanty Executive Aide Curt Hench Executive Aide STUDENT UNION 162 Student Union 5fo. Union-Stu. Gov ' t 163 STUDENT GOVERNMENT 1. Steve Dane Judicial Coordinator 2. John Ryan Administrative Assistant 3. Tom Lux Ombudsman 4. Joe Cill Executive Coordinator 5. Dave Bender Student Body President 6. Mary Ellen Woods Cabinet Aide 7. Tom Soma Student Body Vice President 8. Anne Thompson Coeducation 9. Tom Byrne Press Secretary 10. Rick Pinkowski Assistant Executive Coordinator 11. Dave Scobee Assistant Executive Coordinator 12. Jim Seifert Special Projects Coordinator SOMEWHERE ELSE: Pete Tobben Treasurer John Talbot Judicial Coordinator Mark Klein Student Lobby Florenceanne Strigle Academic Commissioner Wally Saad Special Projects Patty Dondanville Alumni Representative Valerie Hardy Inter-Racial Social Concerns Commissioner Joe Ungaeshick Off-Campus Commissioner Harold Jara Co-ex Commissioner 164 Student Government Bf LOW -HALL PRESIDENTS: Chuck Del- (in Hoh Hutchinton, Stt ' r A. . KI O. Kit A ffrnmA. Mary Ann UlSS ' . Wl) kt ' ltlgjll. CHASING DUCKS. Julie Rinenhouse, Patruk Cuneo, Jim Daly, Paul fjlduto, Mike Roohjn. HALL PRESIDENTS ' COUNCIL Another meeting . . . What ' s on the agenda? . . . Leadership workshop. . . . cooperative hall activities. . . . new business, old business . . . Rockne Trophy and Round Tables ... I ' d like to express a concern regarding . . . move for adjournment . . . wait, there ' s one more announ- cement . . . judicial proceedings and Board of Trustees . . . my hall invites the whole campus to ... AN TOSTAL . . . revised constitutions and hall improvements. . .if that ' s all there is, we can adjourn . . . what happened at HPC tonight? . . . hall councils a channel of communica- tion . . . announce this in your section meetings . . . HPC working toward the betterment of hall life. . . 22 residence halls and weekly meetings . . . the year passes too fast . . . elections again . . . it ' s been an interesting year, to say the least . . . ABOVE HALL PRESIDENTS: Nanci Kelly, Marylou Walsh, Jerry Castellini, Nancille Buddi, Chris Edelen, Mark Huard, Ted Howard, Andy Sowder. ABOVE I. P. Russell, Chairman; John Kooney, AN TOSTAL Chairman; Kristin Quann, Secretary; Tracy Kee, Executive Coordinator. Hall Presidents ' Council " 165 I in, R.otnn Lavendet dstn,in Dim lot OMBUDSMAN Manned by 180 volunteers who, among other things, work 74 phone shifts a week, Ombudsman succeeded in offering the campus several new services this year. As in the past, OBUD provided general information and help to anyone who called them. In addition, many other things were implemented, such as the Student Escort Service to maintain campus security, and the upgrading of the Huddle Rider Board. Tom Lux, director, credits Ombuds- man ' s new success to better publicity and better organization of the service. The phone number was changed to " O-B-U-D, " making the number easier to remember. Also, several posters of movie stars plugging OBUD appeared around campus. This was -all to let the sutdent body know, as the Clark Gable poster said, that OBUD " really docs give a damn. " RIGHT - OBUD DIVISION HEADS: Joe Kac7marek, lulie Wehner, John Hagalc, Robin Lavender, Marc Woodward, Bob Lombardo, Clark Carmichael, Maureen Carney, Karen Dunegan, Tom Lux. O V THE PHONE: Joe Turek, Gina Giovannini, Pal Mehigan, Ed Zagorski, Tom Browne. 166 Ombudsman BLACK CULTURAL ARTS COUNCIL 1. Rusty Depina 1. Larry Cant 3. Karen Noakes 4. Ty Dickerson 5. Tony Fitts Treasurer 6. Leo McWilliams 7. Eric Fleury 8. Renard Cueringer President 9. loli Cooper 10. Ramona Payne 11. Cheryl Stultz 12. Don Hill 13. Brenda Major 14. Debbie Childs Secretary 15. Reggie Reed 16. Richard Ryans Vice President 17. Phyllis Washington 18. Jerome Heavens Missing: Davie Mitchell Parlimentarian Barbara Smith Sterling McCullough The purpose of the Black Cultural Arts Council is to provide a meaningful and productive input into the black student community of Notre Dame and St. Mary ' s, thereby helping to serve the entire ND-SMC community. Their major activities are academic and social in nature. They sponsor a wide range of events including films, field trips, speakers, panel discussions, and University Forums. The BCAC attempts to sponsor these events in response to and for the benefit of both blacks and non-blacks. Vanessa Cameron Manual Williams Anne Marie Adams Guy Cant Deborah Thomas Cherene Smith Donna Johnson Carl Reid Henry Armstrong Barbara Fleury Ken Lynch Bobby Cohen BC AC 167 VOLUNTEER SERVICES Alpha Phi Omega Angel Air Flight AVIDD Big Brothers Big Sisters CILA Circle K Community Services St. Mary ' s Convent ND SMC Council for The Retarded (Logan) Head Start Hotline Hunger Coalition INPIRG Knights of Columbus MANASA LaCasa Tutoring Neighborhood Study Help Program Sr. Marita ' s Day Care Center MECHA " When you ' re talking about service to the community, which is basically what the volunteer services do, you must talk about the different levels of service. Some operate on a one-to-one relationship, while others perform duties for the good of the community. What each student then gets out of volunteer- ing depends on the individual ' " Why do people volunteer? Well, that too, depends on the individual. It ' s a good way to get out of the classroom, get off of campus, and get on your own. You can meet people you wouldn ' t normally see, people with similar interests, similar values, and similar tastes. You can try out career possibilities. We have a lot of pre-meds testing out their abilities by working in a hospital, and we have many people who want to be teachers already tutoring children. But the biggest reason most students volunteer is that they just want to help someone else. By doing that, they help themselves. And that is the real service that these groups perform. " 168 Volunteer Services COUNCIL FOR THE RETARDED " At first, I felt helpless. Everyone else knew what they were doing. But I got more confident each week. The kids help themselves and help each other. If there ' s a problem, you can get help from any one of the kids just as easily as you can from any of the volunteers. Nine times out of ten though, you know what you ' re trying to do is right if you ' re trying to help the kids. The smiles on their faces say it all. " COMMUNITY SERVICES " When through one man a little more love and goodness, a little more light and truth comes into the world, then that man ' s life has had meaning. " 170 Community Services CILA " Basically CILA is a social action group, committed to reaching out into the world and helping people. We have projects in South America as well as in five areas of the U.S. We also sponsor seven community service projects in the South Bend area, and an active campus education aware- ness program. The latter two are done on a small budget which is raised primarily through the Christ- mas Card Sale and movies on campus. But above and beyond everything, CILA basically still remains people. Certainly, the people of CILA are different, but whatever brings them together never quite lets them part. I ' m happy that I ' m a part of it and happier that it ' s a part of me. " " . . . Tutoring is difficult, but it is only as hard as you make it . . . " NEIGHBORHOOD STUDY HELP PROGRAM " . . .Developing a good primary relationship with the kid is most important. If you start off on the wrong foot, it may be impossible to ever get things right again. It ' s a real challenge . . . " " . . . Involvement. That ' s what it is. Tedious involvement. But at the same time, you ' re giving a gift, a gift only you can give. Yourself . . . " " . . . First, it ' s one-on-one with flash cards. Then, quickly review the alphabet. Then it ' s time for the hardest task of the evening reading: what are Dick and Jane doing today? 172 Neighborhood Study Help 1 SISTER MARITA ' S Their dark serious eyes suddenly light up and sparkle when Sr. Marita says " . . . and today we have a couple of volunteers from Notre Dame. " A chorus of cheers arise and Sister quickly, in a stern voice, brings the excitement under control and calls the names of a few children to come and pick out books to read with the volunteers. Sometimes a naive college sophomore has a little trouble keeping the rambunctious eight year olds down to business, but it ' s a challenge just to try. There are moments when you wonder if you are helping them learn or if they ' re teaching you some things about life. Tutoring helps you keep in touch with the outside world when it ' s so easy to get caught up in Notre Dame and it also helps you to remember how fun and simple life is for a youngster when someone takes enough time to show they care. Sitter Mtriti ' s 173 Although some " clubbers " may have felt that they did not spend enough time finding out what to do with a ' drunken sailor ' (some people are never satisfied), the 1977-78 Glee Club continued to be one of the top musical and fraternal organizations on campus. The songs were challenging and the practices rigorous. But the leadership of Director Dr. David Isele and President Dave Mahler proved to unify the Club quickly in the fall months. The year was highlighted by the completion of two extremely successful tours, through the Midwest and the Southeast. A 25-day tour of Europe, including stops in Rome, Berlin, Munich, Paris, London, and Dublin, was planned for the summer of ' 78 under the direction of Jim Johnston. As usual, though, some of the most enjoyable performances were on campus and at St. Mary ' s, in front of the familiar crowds. Schmaltzy, but traditional. OFFICERS Frank Moschiano-Treas. Mark Prill- Vice Pres. Steve Lillis-Sec. Marty Brauweiler-Bus. Mgr. Dave Mahler-Pres. Mike Hawes-Pub. Mgr. 174 Glee Club GLEE CLUB THE FRONT ROW: (left) Tim Keogh Kevin Witasick Tom Clarkson Dave Ciarlone Pat Shaughnessy Jeff Rubenstein Steve Heidel Bob Hillstrom Dan Pedtke Jerry Parshall Mike Keefe Mark Prill (right) John Dondanville THE SECOND ROW: Mike Hough Kevin Sweeney Dave Kollar Dave Mahler Jim Johnston Mike Ball Brian Leahy Frank Moschiano Dave Cockerill Phil Jaurigue Charlie Steven John Jacobs Kay McCrath THE THIRD ROW: Tom Landry Steve Lillis Mike Hawes Tim Fort Chad Klingbeil Tom Conlin Paul Gales Steve Rodgers Pat Scott Larry Sweeney Chris Fenoglio Dan Rumbach Greg Peckham THE FOURTH ROW: John Sweeney Ted Twardzik Ed Fayen Mark Grimsich Terry Poplava Pete Kelly Pat Dalsin Dan Lombard: Joe Narins Don Murray Rick Dohring Joe Donovan Marty Brauweiler Gregg Sobkowski Chuck Daubner THE FIFTH ROW: Eric Barth Jim Buzard Morrie Conway Terry Coonan Andy Entwistle Tom Florack Kevin Green Mike Hogan Jim Hulingt Ken Kadleck John Langley J. T. McDonald Brian McLinden ' Dan Moriarity Mike Rutkowski Bill Scheuerman Nathan Stone Clef Club 175 ' (Tr The Chorale, celebrating its first season with four year veterans, continued to make a name for itself, singing for everything from President Hesburgh ' s dinners to Zahm Hall masses. Their winter tour proved to be a tremendous success as they performed in cities from Nashville to Hartford, Conn. 1. Maggie Hallett 2. Bob Zehentuer 3. Debbie Shemancik 4. Vicki Ramirez 5. Jim Smith 6. Jeff Zerr 7. Patty Dondanville 8. Pam Hurd 9. Marilee Smith 10. Ann Schmidt 11. Carolyn Popp 12. Sue Croeschel 13. Mary Ann De la Garza Accompanist 14. Joan Martel 15. Tricia Clay 16. Lisa Easley 17. Brian Wolfe 18. Joe Zilvinskis 19. Mike Ball 20. Jeff Rubenstein 21. Tim Keogh 22. Greg Peckham 23. Dave Mahler Unavailable: Roberta Rolwing Mark Prill CHORALE 176 Chorale CHAPEL CHOIR The Noire Dame Chapel Choir, founded five years ago for (he purpose of promoting the ministry of music at Notre Dame and around the country, has in its short history grown under the direction of Sue Seid- Martin from a fledgling group of 20 to a full choir of 63 members. Now veterans of a record and tours through the East and Midwest, the Choir enters a new era of liturgical interest and excellence with the construe lion of the new Holtkamp organ in Sacred llc.irt Church. Future years will find the Chapel Choir advancing liturgy throughout the country. 1. Kevin Paulson 2. Mark Bauman (Lit. Chmn.) 3. Rirk Klce 4. I )CHJV; Kleo 5. Jerry lacob.it 6. Julie Thorson 7. Sue Seid-Marlin (Director) 8. Bill Sheible 9. John Colligan 10. Bill Eckert 11. Geoff Wladecki 12. Kevin Prilchetl (Pros.) 13. Dan Zimmerman 14. Tom Merrigan 15. Joe Fincher 16. Dennis Blubaugh (accompanist) 17. Pally Vtelcalf 18. Tom Heil 19. Don Cain 20. John Ruhl 21. Julie O ' Keefe 22. Koral Miller 23. Mary Ann Moorman 24. Barb Ward 25. Dave Caro 26. Mar|?ie Arman 27. Sue Georgen 28. Jo Lucey 29. Tom LaSalvia 30. Manual Williams 31. Linn Sinnott 32. Dave Ellison 33. Kendall Rafter 34. Ted Kowar 35. Jeff Eloll 36. David Kerwin (Vice Prei.) 37. Tim Nickels 38. Leigh Kremer 39 Ed Darr 40. Mary Srhmidllein 41. Nancy lacomini (Treas.) 42. Tom Gaughan 43. Mary Pinard 44. Marian Maylath 45. Anita Hampson 46. Chloe Stodt 47. Gail Spiridiglio i (Sec.) 48. Sr. Mary McGann 49. Cathy Brown 50. Christian Rich 51. Greg Young 52. Libby Weber 53. Laura Sisson 54. Loriane Escoffery 55. Mark Gallogly 56. Barb Steichen IN THE CHURCH: Julie Black Karen Burns Sr. Susie Doherly Brian Glade Laura Her og Paul Janis Michelle Kelleher Carol Kersten Mary Walsh Diane Butterfield (Bus. Mgr.) Chjpel Choir 177 UNIVERSITY CHORUS 1. Katie Dudley 2. Mary Jean Dolan 3. Jean Mellet 4. Erin Boyle 5. Mimi Mickelsen 6. Coleen McNamara 7. Rosemary Abowd 8. Julie Rice 9. Rita Martin 10. Jane Stoffel 11. Erin O ' Connor 12. Marita Lipka 13. Barbara Lower 14. Elizabeth DuMelle 15. Mary Mulhern, O.P. 16. Rita Leard 17. Mary Heffernan 18. Diane Vosberg 19. Mary Wohltmann 20. Denise Burkus 21. Lisa Murray 22. Jean Heinen 23. Maura Sendelbach 24. Ellen Greek 25. Caron Murphy 26. Kendell Rafter 27. Mary Ann Mattaliano 28. Mary Ann Pizza 29. Mary Ann de la Carza 30. Sr. Agnes Marie Regan 31. Karen Roush 32. Florenceanne Strigle 33. Mona Thorns 34. Debbie O ' Meara 35. Patty Hackett 36. Jeffrey Witte 37. Ted Kowar 38. Gregory Peczkowski 39. Nels Taber 40. Mike Hutchins 41. Walter Ginter-Dir. 42. Brian Schultz 43. Jud Weiksnar 44. Chris Kennedy 45. Tom Mindock 46. Jim Johnston 47. Mike Lukschu 48. Ted Twardzik 49. Tim Creagan 50. Paul Schweitzer 51. Phil Cackley 52. Curtis Wesseln 53. Gus Hinojosa 54. Lars Nielsen 178 Univ. Chorus NEWS STAFF: (back) Kay Kaluga, Doug Van director, Dave Beno; (front) Mary Walsh, Susan Tourhout, Mike Kidenhour, Mike Murphy- Vrtitti. cru ENGINEERING STAFF: Ed Darr, Tom Weber, John Foster. WSND FM STAFF: Marita Lipka, Mark Krepich- director, Joan Luttmer, Mike Karels, Ted Twardzik, Tracy McAuli fe. Ted Robinson Sports director John Stenson, Sports Staff AM STAFF: Sean Coughlin, Jim Coyne, Steve Thomas director. Pete Goerner Station Manager WSND 179 THE OBSER VER Ceil Popovich Business Secretary Marti Hogan ,-3ftor-in-Chief 180 Observer LEFT-EDITORIAL BOARD: Barb Breitenstein, Katie Kerwin, Kathy Milk, Marti Hogan, Jean Powley, Maureen Flynn, Paul Stevenson, Barb Langhemy. ON ASSIGNMENT: Bob Brink, Pat Cole, Martha Fanning, David O ' Keefe. LEFT- OBSER VER S TAFF (listed alphabetically): Drew Bauer, Joe Bauer, Tim Bonnett, Paula Cahroll, John Calcutt, Mike Canahan, Doug Christian, Sandy Co son, Kathleen Connelly, Debbie Darhling, Jeff Etoll, Joan Fremeau, Ann Gales, Leo Hansen, Mike Lewis, Peggy McQuire, Rosemary Mills, Maribeth Moran, John O ' Connor, Steve Odland, Tony Pace, Mark Perry, Laurie Reising, Mike Rivavoni, Dave Rumbach, Maureen Sajbel, Ron Szot, Monte Towle, Marian Ulicny, Bob Veretomi, Mike Villani, Kevin Walsh. 182 Scholastic SCHOLASTIC LEFT SCHOLASTIC EDITORIAL BOARD (listed alphabetically): Karen Caruso, Tom Everman, Gary Carrabrant, Lee Hendricks, Maureen Kelly, Kathleen McElroy, Lisa Michels, J. P. Morrissey, Ray O ' Brien, Mark ) Ondash, )ulie Runkle, Sharon Simon, Pete Smith, Maureen Walsh. ABOVE - SCHOLASTIC STAFF AND HALL REPRESENTATIVES. Schobstic 183 THE BAND OF THE FIGHTING IRISH ft DIRECTORS Robert F. O ' Brien James Phillips Father George Wiskirchen, C.S.C. GRADUATE ASSISTANTS Dan Phillips Mark Stoneburner IRISH GUARD ADVISOR John Fyfe IRISH GUARD Mark Baumgartner Chris Digan Lou Bridges Dan Gomrick Manuel Grace Tom Luceri Paul Madden Jack Prendergast Tim Salamunovich George Spohrer PROPERTY Mark Meyer Catherine Wisniewski Brian Woulfe BASSES (SOUSAPHONES) Dave Busam Dave Childers Tom Jasko Christopher Kane William McCune Patrick Mester John Motto William Wyman ALTO HORNS Teresa Buckley Terry Chavarria Kim Hewitt Jan Hoffman Mark Mullaney Andrew Sowder BARITONES Mary Kay Braccio Daniel Bueche Christopher Kress Mark La Fratta David Snyder Chris Stoughton John Tombari David Trudell Mark Weltzien Andrew Zwerneman TRUMPETS Randy Alt John Balacko Richard Burke John Cassidy Jan Clements Ann Colbert Michael Coveny Timothy Donley George Dzuricsko Anthony Fransway Frank Frazel Brian Furio John Gaido Steve Grise Nancy Haegel Karl Kronebusch Mark Kulyk Larry La Buz Jake Lambert Daniel Maguire Peter McFadden Henry Monaco Thomas Nussdorfer Don O ' Sullivan Jon O ' Sullivan Gregory Papiernik Jane Pascuzzo jack Rodden Edward Shea Mike Sigler Mimi Sullivan Thomas Sveda Mark Tumeo Mark Vahala Peter Walsh Mark Wells Betsy Wilson TROMBONES Elena Boothe Robert Fisher William Frank Michael Hackett William Houston Timothy Kapshandy Greg Libby Ernie Mester Michael Miller Francis Murphy Robert A. O ' Brien Paree Roper William Rusin Mark Wahoske Band Officers 184 Marching Band For 25 years. Prof. Robert O ' Brien, affectiona- tely called " O ' B " , has been dedicated to his duties. In all those years he has served as the director, teacher, and most importantly, the friend of better than 1000 students who ' ve been a part of the 132 year tradition of the Notre Dame Marching Band. Congratulations, Prof. O ' Brien! tadt DRUM MAJOR Sic o Moninehoff BAND ANNOUNCER Fr,mk Amussen PERCUSSION Constance Andres William Burke Brady Burton Ross Cibella Daniel Darnley Cris De La Torre Kevin Dix Kevin Dunphy Donald Ginocchio John P. Holbrook Jeffrey Huhta Bruce Leibert Kevin O ' Brien Karen Peeler Paul Peralta Philip Pladna Brian Schoenrock Joseph Tamayo Ken Victor Raymond Volk BELLS (GLOCKENSPIELS) Susan Georgt-n Rosemarie Lawrence Laurie McNulty Marsa Mitchell FLUTES PICCOLOS Robert Ahern Jill Beery Elizabeth Borst Sharon Buczolich Cindy Casper Margaret Eppig John Fayen Henry Fetta Sharon Fitzgerald Edmond Gauvreau Kimberly Green Jane Kirby Annette Lang Patricia Lyncn Meridy Niedcrkorn Colette Pawlak Robin Price Sandra Pruessner Nanette Rees Timothy Sloan Jean Tohill Kathy Ward Mary Weingartner Susan Zielinski CLARINETS Gustaf Anderson David ( .11 ii Judy Cole Mark Consenlino Rocco De Grasse Jim De Jager Elizabeth Dolezal Maureen Geary Laura Hender son Barbara Krieg Debra Ludwig Linda Maycheck Mark Miller Loretta Mirandola Tony Mockus Pennee Parins Diego Pena ]ane Running Anne Sacco Lou Severino Mike Sierputowski Elizabeth Towne Sue Tully Mary Vine Mary Wassell SAXOPHONES Glenn Belvis Ed Blieszner Patrick Brunner Nancy Cole Rob Fleming Ron Frerich Kelly Gallagher Randy Hand Ron Klassen Pat Mackrell Bruce McCaffrey Michael McMahon Brian O ' Leary Sheila Quadrini Stephen Tripodi Karen Weissmann Christopher Wiley Dave Wurzer Jordan Young Band Officers - Marching Bind 185 ORCHESTRA Once a week a varied group of Notre Dame and Saint Mary ' s students put aside their calculators, pens, and pencils and escape from the class grind for a few hours. They meet for orchestra practice, a chance for them to play in harmony with a larger group, but also an opportunity to interpret their music as individuals. The Notre Dame Orchestra, which is made up of about fifty students including several music majors, stays busy with an active concert schedule that is somewhat unusual. The new spirit of the orchestra is inspired by Maestro Adrian Bryttan. In addition to performing regular orchestra material, their schedule for the past year has included a Mozart concert, a Strauss Waltz Festival, several children ' s concerts, a performance with the University Chorus and a performance with singers and ballet dancers. The orchestra also per- formed in the ND-SMC Theatre productions of " Fiddler on the Roof " and " Mikado. " No matter what the theme of the concert, their expertise and talent are reflected by the enthusiasm of their audience. CENTER: Adrian Bryttan (conductor). FRONT ROW: Julia Smiley, Sean Whaley, Sue Masschelin, [lien Bernard, James Taylor, Matthew Kennelly, Jane Swihart, Thomas Megee. MIDDLE ROW: William Nielson, Randy Meert, Alan Howard, Laura Gibson, Thomas Galeziewski, Indira Biswas, Carol Shuback, Elizabeth Cone, Richard Houghton, Brent Bove, Eugene Yang. BACK ROW: Linda Brelin, Ann Armstong, Evan Griffith, Thomas Seasly, Kathy Trenfield, Brigit Twcedell, Ronald Hull, Jean Cerny, Elaine Cerny, Steven Haaser, Lisa Funston-Mahoney, Melissa Bohl, Deborah DelVallee, Jane Zwerneman, Daniel Phillips, Patricia Schmaltz, Dean Duncan, Dianne Harris, Margaret McCabe, Robert Savage. IN THE PIT: Mary Browne, Joan McCarthy, Lauren McNulty, Mary Grande, Steven Davis, Walter Givler, William Wyman, Barbara Krieg, Mark Stoneburner, Michelle Herrli, Margaret Horein, Mark Lafratta, Joseph Stalteri, David Childers, Paul Kalmaras. 186 Orchestra CONCERT BAND RA Considering the record snowfall of the Blizzard of 78, the Notre Dame Concert Band made a wise choice in traveling south for their annual Spring Tour. Their schedule took them through Illinois ' Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Indiana. They covered over 3000 miles and concluded with a concert in the ACC arena. The Concert Band was once again under the leadership of Director Robert O ' Brien, Associat e Director James Phillips, and Assistant Director Father George Wiskirchen, C.S.C. The band performed music from a wide range of musical styles and featured solo and ensemble pieces. In addition to its Spring Tour, the band also performed concerts as a part of graduation weekend, the ROTC Commissioning, and the conferring of degrees. First Row: Steven Davis James DC lager Michael Stalteri Mary Grande Nancy Cole Marilyn Thomassen Kathryn Dunbar Margaret Eppig ill Beery Second Row: David Zavesky Jane Anderson Kelly Gallagher Rocco de Crane William Wyman Jordan Young Janet Hoffman Mark Mullaney Daniel Phillips Mark La Fratta Mary K. Braccio Bruce McCaffrey Edward Blieszner David Wurzer Third Row: Elizabeth Dolezal Judy Cole Patrick MacKrell Loret la Mirandola lane Running Diego Pena Randall Alt Mark Vahala Edward Shea Harry Joseph George Dzuricsko Mark Stoneburner Anthony Fransway Mark Wells Michael Miller Joseph Stalteri Robert Fisher Armand D ' Agostino Timothy Kapshandy Fourth Row: Robert F. O ' Brien Father George Wiskirchen. C.S.C. lames Phillips David Summers Bruce Leibert Kevin Dix Donald Ginocchio Kenneth Victor John Motto William McCune Patrick Mester Mark Meyer Brian Woulfe Absent: Linda Maycheck Ronald Klassen lames Donathen Concert Band 187 JAZZ I 1. Greg Caraboolad 2. Paul Kwiecinski 3. John Leslie 4. Mark Stoneburner 5. Tony Fransway 6. Rick Burke 7. Glen Belvis 8. Ed Byrnes 9. Mark La Fratta 10. Robert Douglas 11. James Donathen 12. Shawn McKenna 13. Mike Stalteri 14. Joseph Stalteri 15. Mike McMahon LOST: Neil Gillespie George Dzuricsko Steve Grise Ron Klassen JAZZ BANDS On many nights during the year, a student walking past the Huddle could hear the strained notes of trumpeters reaching for another octave, or the deep vibrato of a saxophonist improvising around a syncopated melody. These mu- sicians are part of the Notre Dame Jazz Bands. Under the direction of Father George Wiskirchen, C.S.C., two " big bands " and five smaller combos form the nucleus of the jazz bands. Besides playing for jazz liturgies, the bands performed at the Nazz providing students with a Wednesday night escape from studies. They traveled throughout Indiana and Illinois for jazz competitions, but the outstanding event was the Notre Dame jazz bands participation in the Col- legiate Jazz Festival hosted by Notre Dame. This is the oldest annual festival for college jazz groups, having celebrated its twentieth year in the spring. JAZZ II 1. John Flaherty 2. Mike Franken 3. Bill Wyman 4. Mark Vahala 5. Dave Childers 6. Paree Roper 7. Carole Havens 8. Mark Stoneburner 9. Tim Donley 10. Dom Ginocchio 11. Linda Ross 12. Joe Viola 13. Glen Belvis LOST: Jane Anderson Carrie Seringer Hugh Sullivan Eric Simko James Hulings Steve Burbidge Tom Moore 188 lazz Bands FRONT ROW: Jo Anne MacKay Sue Behnke Mary Campbell, Vice President Kathleen Kenney, Secretary Dr. Marley, Assoc. Prof. Civil Engr. Sharon Gallagher, President lean McCrath, Treasurer Kathy Dilworth MIDDLE ROW: John Zanyi Sheila Harrington Maureen Finnegan Cina fnsalco Kate McCuire Donna Lorenzen Tee Hentges Deb Bieber Sarah Kunt7 Cina Coniglio Maureen Dillinger Donald P. Kiely John Kinney BACK ROW: Jacob Cadala-Maria Maggie Arman Becky lee Marcia Mach Michelle Simon Nancy Naville Laurie Or da Kathy Kenny Colleen Bronder Maritiza Poza Jo Lucey OUTBACK: Mary Ball Therese Rapala Jean Benedett Meg Morgan Barb Digani Penny Mullen Sue Mlynanki Mary Kay Baty Nina Burrell Sue Perry Patsy Blackman Sharon Lin ford M.C. McBride Suzanne Leyes Marcy Melley Kathy McCann SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS The Society of Women Engineers, in its second year of existence, is an interdepartmental organization that offers its members the opportunity to be with other engineers outside the usual classroom atmosphere. They sponsor varied activities such as speakers, brunches, wine cheese parties, an Annual. Banquet, and a High School Career Day. Attendance of these events is " not for women only " as there are several male charter members. An added dimension of the growing membership includes some co-op Engineering students from Saint Mary ' s. SWE ' s main objective is to reveal and discuss the problems of women entering a traditionally male profession. SWf 189 N. D. CHI ;RI EADERS Cheerleaders 190 3ANCIN ' IRISH in MM Dincin ' Irish 191 EVENTS Editor: Jean Murphy LINDA RONSTADT 196 Concerts STEVE MILLER Concerts 197 HALL AND GATES 198 Conccrts CROSBY STILLS AND NASH TED NUGENT AMERICA 200 Concerts Music is playing inside my head, Over and over and over again. My friend, there ' s no end to the music. Ah, summer is over, But the music keeps playing And won ' t let the cold get me down. Carole King Concerts 201 SPEAKERS JIMMY CARTER On M.iy 21, 1977, Pre- sident Jimmy C.irlor gave the commen- cement address for the Notre Dame Class of ' 77. President Carter received a Doctor of Laws degree from University president Father Hesburgh. The occasion marked Carter ' s third visit to the campus within a year since he visited twite while campaigning. VINCENT BUGLIOSI JOHN MARKS DICK GREGORY PAUL GERNI 204 Speakers TOM JACKSON WM. PROXMIRE THEATRE 206 Thcjtrt THE COMEDY Of ERRORS WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE Thfjlrf 207 THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE BERTOLT BRECHT A TOUCH OF THE POET EUGENE O ' NEILL Thcjtre 209 AN TOSTAL Notre Dame ' s response to spring fever and final exams, a five day festival of organized and unorganized madness, contests, and mud. - ' 210 An Tostal An Tostal 211 212 An Tostal An Tosul 213 SOPHOMORE LITERARY FESTIVAL The 1978 Sophomore Literary Festival, the eleventh Sophomore Literary Festival, marked the begin- ning of the second decade for this annual gathering of artists - a gathering originally conceived to renew our awareness of the value and importance of literature in our lives. This is an event which has traditional- ly been put into the hands of the sophomores in the hopes that they will demonstrate that even clumsy molding and sculpting can mir- aculously produce a beautiful piece of art. This year ' s festival proved this premise true once again. eeger and Elizabeth Scwcll Howard Nemorov, Pete 214 Sophomore Literary Festival a All of the 1978 Sophomore Literary festivians are remembered for their own particular, peculiar ties, leaving their marks on Notre Dame in different ways. Howard Nemerov left the memory of an extraordinary vision and .wit. Karl Shapiro left curious impressions of a quiet little man with an extraordinary control of language. Ann Beattie left the laughter that can only be found within a bleakly honest view of reality and a renewed lust for chocolate chip cookies. Harlan Ellison left a sea of controversy, and Edward Albee left his scarf. Harlan Ell Anne Beattie Sophomore Literary Festivil 215 The spirit of sophomoric energy which has always marked the Literary Festival as an event apart from the ordinary, seemed to infect everyone. The wise and gentle Pete Seeger gave an infectiously electric and unfor- gettable performance - afterwards, while discussing it with a committee member, he agreed in a pseudo- french accent that " we sure pulled that one off. " George MacBeth entertained everyone he met with his brilliant and witty poetry, his imaginative sense of humor, and his repertoire of British accents, and breakfasts with Howard Nemerovand Elizabeth Sewell grew hilarious enough to draw icy stares from Morris Inn waitresses. During the week, the most commonly used phrase was, " I can ' t believe this. " All these different factors and energies combined to support the consensus that literature is alive and well in today ' s society, and that its creators are a vibrant, spirited set of people. We found that as a group of rather insecure, bumbling, but laughing sophomores we had a surprising affinity for these writers, and they for us. The things they taught the Notre Dame Community - how to laugh in the face of despair (or exams), how to see through the blindnesses of our culture, how to find life in the dead of Indiana winters - were important lessons for us, lessons we ' ve had the wisdom to welcome for eleven years now. Theresa Rebeck Festival Chairman 216 Sophomore Literary Festival " To speak of these things and to try to understand their nature and, having understood it, to try slowly and humbly and constantly to express, to press out again, from the gross earth or what it brings forth, from sound and shape and colouur which are the prison gates of our soul, an image of the beauty we have come to know that is art. " James Joyce Sophomore Litenry Festival 217 MIDWEST BLUES FESTIVAL 218 Midwcsl Blues Festival The International Student Festival is an annual event sponsored by the International Student Organization. The festival features performances by students from the United States, Latin America, Europe, China, India, Samoa, and Hawaii. The 1977 festival ' s theme was " It ' s A Small World. " Students presented songs, dances, and native costumes from their respective countries. The festival is part of ISO ' s efforts to share cultural backgrounds, as well as friendship with the N.D.-S.M.C. community. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT FESTIVAL International Student Festival 219 MARDI GRAS . . . IN THE MAKING 220 Mardi Cras I A LOT OF HARD WORK REALLY PAID OFF FOR STANFORD-LEWIS Mardi Gns 221 MARDI GRAS IS FOR THE SERIOUS 222 Mardi Gras . . .AS WELL AS THE FUN-LOVING Mirdi Crn 223 BLACK CULTURAL ARTS FESTIVAL A MIXTURE OF CULTURE 224 Black Cultural Arts Festival AND THE ARTS The fifth Black Cultural Arts Festival centered on the theme " Perspectives on Black America. " Several speakers from different aspects of black life were invited to discuss subjects ranging from politics to sports. Other events included a panel discussion on Black Theology, an exhibition of Black Art in the ND Art Gallery, a presentation by Talent in Action, a drama group from Virginia, and a basketball and volleyball tournament. " Disco Dazz " , a student disco fa- shion show ended the week ' s events. The festival is organized by interested students and supported by The Black Cultural Arts Commission, the department of Black Studies and Student Government. Bbck Cullunl Am Falivil 225 MUSIC DEPARTMENT CONCERTS 226 Music Dcpl. REJOICE! Our mighty organ is a bomb For it is always failing! In constant fear of a breakdown Perpetually we ' re quailing. With all the subtlety Of a boiler factory, It spews forth noxious sound To all who stand around. On earth is not its equal! But this is no longer the case. Thanks to the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Charles O ' Malley, Sacred Heart Church is now graced with a new and beautiful instrument. Constructed by Holt- kamp of Cleveland, the new organ contains almost 3000 pipes in 54 ranks, and is one of the finest new organs in the United States. The organ was dedicated in a five week ceremony during the spring. But let not all your hopes droop low; For a new age is dawning. This year from Holtkamp ' s studio a new grand orgue is coming. To buy, we ' ve cash on hand; It costs Just several grand! Now if the choir ' d agree To kindly sing on key, Church music would be heaven! hymn text: John Colligan I Mutic Depl. 227 " THERE ' S NO BUSINESS LIKE... _, fl l .i-i njn Rmirw THE 1978 KEENAN REVIEW BOB HOPE AND JOEY HEATHERTON 230 Evcnts WILLIAM WINDOM IN THURBER THE AMAZING KRESKIN fvenK 231 " JAZZING UP THE NAZZ " . . . Top, Left to Right: ]. Flaherty, Gene Barbanera, Mike Golden, Mike Keefer, Jim Hoffer. Bottom: Reed King, George Wilmes, Enrique Lulli, Jim Gelsebracht. Since March, 1977, new management has been improving the Nazz and increasing its popularity among N.D. students. Under Director Enrique Lulli, the Nazz staff began recruiting new members and talent. New equipment such as microphones, lights, and a permanent stage have given La Fortune basement a professional look. Widespread campus advertising attracted many newcomers to the Nazz stage, while Nazz pizza attracted more patrons. The Nazz is open five days a week. Wednesday ' s " Jazz at the Nazz, " Tuesday ' s " Open Stage, " and the yearly Student Players production are a few of the regular events at the Nazz. . . . WITH EVERYTHING FROM FOOD TO FOLK Thanks to all who performed: Steve Calonje, Mike Stalteri, Kevin Quigley, The Student Players, The One Three O ' clock Jazz Combo, Rey DelCamp, Mike Tsubota, Anne Moriarty, Mark Casper and the Friendly Ghosts, Sally Dentz, John Pietzak, Rich Stevenson, Dan Berenato, Gene Barbanera, John Salveson, Joe Carey, Jake Scheinder, Jeannie Ritter, Bill Adams, Matt Feeney, Joe Bauer, Jim Speir, Rich- Marcello, Jules Thompson, ND Jazz Band, Martha Paulding, Doug Stringer, Carl Casazza, John Flaherty and all the rest. The Ntzz 233 SPORTS Editor: Bill Fuller to build to shape a myriad of diverse components into a unified machine to spend nearly each waking hour sweating, struggling, straining to focus the depths of the mind towards that all-important targe t: victory. to learn the meaning of unity and teamwork to achieve camaraderie with those who strive for the same goal to be prepared to work harder when the parts do not coalesce and to be ready when the components finally move as one machine, one body. to know it is time to display the results of countless hours of construction to perform- input output electricity energizing the nucleus of the machine. FOOTBALL 77 Preseason ball is the toughest part of the season, both mentally and physically. The first day is the best because we get to say hello to our teammates who we haven ' t seen since the end of the previous school year. The next day is very busy and extremely unorganized. In the morning we have interviews and get our pictures taken by the news media and fans. In the afternoon we must all be tested in a 12 minute run to judge how hard we worked over the summer and to give the coaches some idea of the general condition of the team. It is at this point that we must realize that the fun and games are over and it ' s time to start getting ready for the season. A typical day consists of getting up around 6:45 for breakfast. The 238 Football morning practice begins at 9:30 and lasts till 11:30. After lunch we have meetings to learn new plays and to ' preview the afternoon session, which lasts from 3:30 to 5:30. Again we eat and have meetings till 8:30. After this, the coaches give us an hour or so for leisure, but by then everyone is so tired we don ' t feel like doing much. This same routine goes on for ten days and then school starts. This year ' s preseason was the hardest that I have ever been through. It was not uncommon for me to lose 7 pounds .during one practice session. Some of the bigger guys would lose up to 12 pounds. As hard as it was, it was what we all needed and wanted. We ' ve set our goals very high this year, and in order to get there, we have to be in the best shape possible. football 239 WE HAVE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR THIS We have all been waiting for this week to come for a very long time. A year ago many of us were humiliated by this Pittsburgh team in front of a national television audience. Our goal this year is to do the same thing to them. The day before the game we all really start to feel the butterflies. The day begins with a light workout in the morning just to loosen up and review our team assignments. The anticipa- tion of banging heads with the boys from Pitt is enough to put a sparkle in all of our eyes. little The night before the game in Pittsburgh some of the players try to relax by going out to a movie, but many just stay in their rooms where they can get mentally ready for the game. Football is a game of emotions and to get mentally ready for a game, you ' ve gotta start days in advance, sometimes up to a week. It just doesn ' t work to go on to the field and decide you want to play a game. 240 Football EEK TO COME FOR A VERY LONG TIME As game day comes, emotions get really high! Each player has pregame symptoms such as sweaty palms, a dry mouth and a terrible nauseated feeling in the stomach. The pregame ritual consists of many prayers, a blessing from the team priest and my own personal reflection on how lucky I am to be able to play football at Notre Dame and how I can perform to the best of my Cod-given talents for the success of the team. As we leave the locker room and until I make my first hit of the game, I feel completely drained of all my energy. My legs feel as if I had just completed the marathon and couldn ' t run another step. But after the first hit, all my strenghth returns and I ' m ready to play a football game. Football 241 1. Ross Browner proudly displays one of his many fumble recoveries. 2. Fumble, fumble, who ' s got the fumble? 3. Vagus Ferguson follows Ted Horansky for tough yardage. 4. Jerome Heavens attempts to escape the grasp of a would-be tackier. 5. Behind the protection of the offensive line. Rusty Lisch prepares to hand off the ball. 242 Football PITT-IT WAS A TYPICAL FIRST BALL GAME And then came Mississippi . . . I felt it was a typical first ball game for both teams. Interceptions kept either team from mounting any consistent offense, while both defenses fought for field positions. Every time the defense went onto the field I had the confidence that we could stop them, and then it was just a matter of time before our offense overpowered Pitt ' s defense. Overall I was very happy with the game based on the fact that we did win, but we must see improvement in all phases of our team in order tq accomplish our ultimate goal: to win the national title. And then came Mississippi. We knew what we were in for when we left for Jackson, but for some reason the team was in a very relaxed mood. I ' m not sure if it was the mental letdown or the heat and humidity that caused us to play as bad as we did, but whatever it was, it left us with a 1-1 record. The loss was very disappointing, however, this should only sidetrack us temporarily. A lot can happen in a season, and this loss will only make us a more determined and united team. Y ' " - ' ' + ' ' ' football 243 PURDUE-THETURNINGPOINTOFOURSEASON Mich. State- Home at last The Purdue game was definitely the turning point of our young season. The Boilermakers outplayed us in the first half and held a ten point lead as the third quarter began. But our defense made some adjustments which completely shut off Purdue ' s offense, so all we had to do was score some points. That ' s when Joe Montana was put into the game. Joe confidently directed the offense for 17 points in the fourth quarter to give us our second win of the season. It was a great victory over a tough Purdue team. We made a lot of mistakes, but judging from the fourth quarter, we have the potential for a great team. One week later, our first home game finally came and all the guys were really psyched for it. We knew Michigan State was going to be tough, and they sure didn ' t let us down. Their aggressive defense kept forcing us into costly turnovers. It ' s very hard for a defensive unit to come back onto the field after a turnover because the other team is usually sky high. This was certainly the case against the Spartans and if the students, cheerleaders and band weren ' t so enthusiastic, it could have been a long day for our defensive unit. Every time we went on to the field the crowd responded with their usual cheers. That ' s why the Irish are so successful at home, we outnumber the opponents 12 players to 11. 244 Football 1. Joe Montana displays the kind of form that earned him the Number 1 quarterback position. 2. Notre Dame defenders play " king of the hill " with a Michigan State offender. 3. Terry Eurick eludes Michigan State defenders for a 34 yard gain. 4. lisa Chavez generates student spirit during football games. 5. lerome Heavens finds little daylight in Purdue ' s defensive line. Football 245 IRISH GREEN LEAVES U.S.C BLUE After a decisive win over Army, we set our minds on stopping U.S.C. ' s three year winning streak. Having experienced a very intense week of practice, we were sure that the team and the coaching staff would be prepared for the game, but, in order to win, we needed the help of the student body, and that we got. The pep rally was the loudest one I have ever heard, and the entire campus was full of enthusiasm and expecta- tion for the game. Everything was normal with our pregame warmup, but when we went back to the locker room for the final time we found green jerseys waiting for us. Suddenly, the locker room looked like we had just won the National Title and the game hadn ' t even started. With the guys jumping, screaming, and hugging each other, we knew it would be the day of the GREEN MACHINE. As we took to the field in our green jerseys, the Southern Cal players stopped what they were doing and watched us in -r . The jerseys, the students and the team ' s determination all contributed to the victory, a victory that will go down in Notre Dame history and will be remembered by all of us for the rest of our lives. 246 Football 1 1. Cornerback Ted Burgmeicr snalc hcs his second inlerroption of me season as Randy Simmrin watches in disbelief. 2. Waller Camp recipient Ken MacAfee grinds down the field after making one of his fixhl receptions of the game. 3. loo Montana lets people know it ' s a touchdown. 4. Dave Reeve converts another P.A.T., nearing the 70 point single season record. Footbill 247 1. W. T. Cummings, Notre Dame ' s favorite referee at Clemson, pauses to pick up one of his many " penalty " flags. 2. A tailgaterf 3. Georgia Tech quarterback, Gary Lanier, is unknowingly about to meet his doom, courtesy of Willie fry and company. 4. During the Air Force game, junior split end Kris Haines surpasses the 500 yard mark in season yardage. 5. Bob Colic and Steve Heimkreiter casually arrest and brutalize Georgia Tech ' s Eddie Ivery. 3 248 Football t FOUR MASSACRES AND CLEMSON Four of our five remaining games were against opponents who had not had good seasons. Navy, Georgia Tech, Air Force and Miami were all teams that could give us trouble if we let them, as Mississippi did earlier in the season. These less emotional games are sometimes very difficult to prepare for, and that is where our team stands out above others. We have a tremendous amount of character that keeps us striving for the top. We realize that we are sitting in a very good position and no one is going to ruin our chances to be Number 1. Clcmson tried. Travelling to Death Valley to play a team that had only lost one game, we would be happy winning by a point. From the outset we knew it would be an uphill battle till the very end. If it wasn ' t the emotional play of the Clemson Tigers, it was the abuse we received from the unsportsmanlike crowd. But our persistence and superiority paid off as we scored twice in the final period to earn ourselves a very important victory. Footbill 249 7. Irish defense shows Heisman Trophy winner Earl Campbell some true Irish spirit. 2. Coaches Devine and Yonto hold a strategy session with Doug Becker during the game. 3. Center Dave Huffman and Quarterback Joe Montana prepare to set the Irish offense in motion. 4. Sophomore Vagus Ferguson was awarded the distinction " Offensive Player of the game " due to his ball-carrying capacities. 5. Vince Lombardi trophy winner Ross Browner and his brother Jimmy, pool resources for a Randy McEachern sack. 250 Football GREEN MACHINE ANNIHILATES TEXAS IRISH: 38 HORNS: 10 We went to Dallas as underdogs against the Longhorns and few people expected us to give them a game. But the Irish had a different idea about the upcoming Cotton Bowl. We worked h ard and prepared with the idea of doing one thing: beating the Longhorns and thus becoming the 1977 NATIONAL CHAMPS. We were surprisingly relaxed before the game since we really had nothing to lose and everything to gain. I knew we had a good team but I never dreamed we ' d do what we did to the Longhorns. We outplayed them in every aspect of the game: offense, defense and the kicking game. If there ever was a day of the Irish, this was certainly it! We all felt fantastic after the game. It was truly a dream come true and something that I will never forget foi the rest of my life. In the locker room some of the players were jumping, screaming and chanting " WE ' RE NUMBER ONE! " while others were running around giving fellow teammates showers with Coke and Dr. Pepper. One coach was passing out cigars and reporters were trying to get to the star players for inside information. It was real ly exciting being in that locker room with the guys that I ' ve grown to love and respect. Winning the National Championship is fantastic but the best memories of my four years at Notre Dame will be the times that I ' ve shared with my teammates. Knowing them has made the experience at Notre Dame worthwhile. Foolbjll 251 Bottom Row, left to right: Luther Bradley, Jeff Weston, Doug Becker, Pete Johnson, Ted Burgmeier (yea Ted), Ron Chrinemen, Randy Harrison, Bob Duncan, Willie Fry, Terry Eurick, Ross Browner, Gary Forystek, Steve Orsini, Dave Reeve, Bob Tull, Ken Mac A fee. Second Row: Rich Manso, Ralph Miranda, Dennis Crindinger, Jerome Heavens, Mike Calhoun, Ted Horansky, Kim Uniake, Frank Bleyer, Leo Driscoll, Mick DeCicco, Steve McDaniels, Ernie Hughes, Mike Ceers, Dan Knott, Steve Schmitz, Terry Murphy, Joe Montana, Ken Dike. Third Row: Timothy Reilly, Gary Hankamer, Tom Domin, Dave Huffman, Phil Johnson, Tom Flynn, Jim Morse, Joe Restic, Jim Hautman, Jim Browner, Bob Colic, Jay Case, Steve Heimkreiter, Howard Meyer, Pete Pallas, Steve Dover, Kris Haines, Rusty Lisch, Kevin Hart. Fourth Row: Ian Cray, Mark Seltenright, Rob Bush, Mark Thuney, Tom VanDenburgh, Tim Foley, Chris Muhlcnkamp, Mike Whittington, Tyree Dickerson, Mark Quinn, Hardy Ray am, Leroy Leopold, Joe Unis, Steve Hartwig, Dave Waymer, Glenn Pacek, Speedy Hart, Vagas Ferguson, Charles Male. Fifth Row: Ron Merriweather, Dave Mitchell, Dan Frailey, Mike Sylvestro, Kevin Muno, K.C. Ryan, Lew Pagley, John Thomas, John Scully, John Leon, Larry Hufford, Rob Martinovich, Mark Czaja, Scott Zettek, Pat Boggs, Tom Wroblewski, Jeff Crippin, Keith McCormick. Sixth Row: John Komora, Rick Buehner, Kipp Bedard, Brendan Moynihan, Mike Courey, Pete Gilsinger, Steve Crindinger, Tom Gibbons, Bill Sepata, Tom DeSiato, Bill Acromite, Mick Vehr, Bob Burger, Vince Fairhurst, Dan Haggerty, John Amato, Bill Siewe, Bob Gagnon. Seventh Row: Steve LaHam, Paul Turgeon, Marty Detmer, John Hankerd, Pete Holohan, Greg Knafelc, Dick Boushka, Bill Doran, Tim Koegel, Jim Stone, Dave Condeni, Mark Pulawski, Don Kidd, Joe Wozneak, Angelo Fasano, Tim Huffman. Eighth Row: Ken Haffey (Manager), Gene O ' Neill, Tom Connally, Ross Stevenson, Ron Toman, Francis Peay, Jim Johnson, Joe Yonto, Hank Kuhlman, George Kelly, Dan Devine (Head Coach), Merv Johnson, Brian Boulac, Gene Smith, Rick Stager, John Whitmer, Gene Paszkiet, Mark Chain (Manager), Bob Sobanski (Manager). 252 Football tor St wftttjte wr, Cfflf We set our goals high, and being Notre Dame men, we faced the challenge and achieved our ultimate dream. Through hard work, dedica- tion and determination, we became the National Champs. Being .1 National Champion is a thrill and an honor in its own right, but the thing that stands out in my mind and will remain in my memories of the Notre Dame experience is the close-knit family-type " relationship that I had with my teammates. Our senior class was a unique group of individuals. I believe that it was the maturity, leadership and raw courage of the Notre Dame 19 Pittsburgh 9 Notre Dame 13 Mississippi 20 Notre Dame 31 Purdue 24 Notre Dame 16 Mich. State 6 Notre Dame 24 Army Notre Dame 49 Southern Cal. 19 Notre Dame 43 Navy 10 Notre Dame 21 Clemson 17 Notre Dame 69 Georgia Tech 14 Notre Dame 49 Air Force Notre Dame 48 Miami 10 Notre Dame 38 Texas 10 senior class that enabled us to finish Number One. Best of all, it wasn ' t just the AI.I-Americans who contributed to our success; there were guys who did nothing but cover a kickoff return or a punt, but gave everything when they did. We are all going to miss each other, I ' m sure. I only hope that the great memories of the last four years will remain forever in the hearts and minds of each of us. Ted Burgmcier football 253 BASKETBALL " I chose Notre Dame because its basketball program stresses academics as well as good perfor- mance on the court. It ' s different than most programs because ND wants you to get your degree. After all, you may not be able to play pro and even if you do, you can only play so many years. This way, you have a real future to look forward to . . . " Don " Duck " Williams " Notre Dame ' s basketball program is great because hard work on the court and in studies are equally stressed. A lot is expected of the players but th.it ' s necessary if you want a good team. We get to play tough teams and that makes us better; also, the exposure on National T.V. is a great help if you want to go pro. " Dave Batton " The basketball program here makes a lot of demands on the pl.nrr and only the best is expei ted. The most important thing is academics and the coaches really stress it. A degree is important because even if you go pro, you can only play so long. " Jeff Carpenter 254 Bjskctball idepi .ia, .,, 7. Kelly Tripuka dunks for two against Valparaiso. 2. Rich Branning looks to set up the Irish offense against Manhattan. 3. The D.nn in ' Irish " gunn " down ACC audiences. 4. Digger expects many hours of rigorous practice from his squad. 5. When it comes to slam dunks, nobody does it better than Orlando Woo ridge. FIRST HALF OF THE SEASON - A BUMPY ROAD om the band starts working on " Hogan ' s Heroes " and the onstant stream of T. uts tball ()i. I ' rai ' ' , y October and these fourteen guys don ' t see .1 break until April. The tirst two weeks basic ally ,1 " shape-up " period with the hint- of the fundamentals foil ' ing close behind. By tlv Thanksgiving rolls around tired of s( rimmaging and ready li. into the game. " Everyone was enthusiastic for the urst five games and we d our opponents by 20 and 30 poirr explained co-captain Duck V ilhams. Then came Indiana. The team found ibout the deaths of the Lr of Evansville team at mass the morning of th. That plane was s heduled to fly our team to Indiana. Co-captain Dave Ballon s.i -. " i- really didn ' t ()la up tn our poll-filial. It really hits you to think it possibly could have been you. " Following on the heels of this loss wei ' ns. 1 ' iai IK e was H ed and iheie were only tv i days when the- entire team was present. This fact coupled with a lighter s hednle during the- Christ- inas season produced .1 somewhat vone was up for the Kentiu ky game- and the 1 loss c ame hard. It ' s el apparent in the San Francisco and St. Bondventure U. lines. In the words of the Duck, " out losses to Indiana, Kentucky and San Francisco and our one point win over St. Bonavc-ntuie were- trustiating, but irned trom our losses. C March, we should be ,ible to put it all ther. " UCLA AND MARYLAND VICTORIES REKINDLE SPIRIT 7. r s i s(v! uf. i i-lchi.itc hrint; tin- - ct ond tf.ini in Ifn K ' .jrs Iti i rli ' .it l ' ( I - luit r in iint- ' .c.i ' .iin J cntfi Hill l.jnnlx-i-i downcourt during the UCLA game t ithhi- tii i! ' itif -i .limt ' tl ,il the -.k . Unit i to lip the li.ill t i ) s ; s i tr.i .n irs nifitmrif- ot the ( otton ic a ) f ) - M ir l.inti n il i. 7f,K v f iinttijl put ' , it up tor t v ilm 111% the ni - it .itinn.il l doesn ' t appeal In f CM o ir , A ' 258 Basketball was one of the greatest moments I ' ve ever experienced! Dave and 1 are the only two ND basketball players to be members of the teams that broke UCLA ' s winning streak in Pauley Pavilion in 76, and then swept the series the following year, " explained co-captain Duck Williams. We did it. The " Clean Sweep " . And with this sweep, Notre Dame ' s basketball team rekindled its hopes for anNCAA bid. The game was pkned the first Simdav alter break to an ACC e rowd in .1 state of near pandemonium. " As we waited in the tunnel reads to run out, the noise level was unbelicv ,ib : Mimed ( o-( aptain l)a e Batton. I wel e thousand se r (Mining tans it tor blood. And the got it. On the following weekend, the Irish followed up the t (I A conquest with an outstanding vie tor a gainst MarJand. While U I A had been a (lassie cliff-hanger which must have ost Digger a tew gr e h.iirs, Maryland was a resounding vutorv. " Alter our losses to kentm kv and San Franc ,|ec ided to learn from our mistakes and drive- our hardest to the NCAA ' s, " adds |ett ( ,11 penter . Th.H drive eerlamlv had begun. DEPAUL AND MARQUETTE: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE UNEXPECTED KIND As the season progressed, the Notre Dame baskeib.ill team continued its somewhat stumbling march to the NCAA ' s. Riding the crest of victory owing to two very important wins over UCLA and Maryland, the team fell prey to Ray Meyer ' s Blue Demons of DcPaul. Even the miniature remote control car which received star- billing as the half-time entertainment suffered when DePaul ' s Joe Ponsetto kicked it across court during the game. However, the team rallied after the unexpected defeat and handed a resounding loss to Marquette. " We knew that we had to beat Marquette in order to make it to the NCAA ' s. We had worked so hard during the year that we just couldn ' t give up now, " explained co-captain Dave Batton. And they most certainly did not give up. The crowd bordered on mania, giving the players their full support; in return, the fans saw Marquette topple from first place. Marquette came to the contest ranked number one and left holding down third place. Notre Dame, previously ranked fourteenth, moved up to seventh and received a bid to the National Championships. It had been a long and rocky roaci to St. Louis, but they made it. They had arrived. - 3 260 Basketball ; l.iii : ,-rr,- , Imt H. l.in lintl- him -lt -.innninili-il l : ' ,-li-nil,-i -. t ' t.iin Dili k illi.inf. s j,ms nit hi-, llnniit. it ' lr Mm ' i-iK.in limn . . hi- .int.-, t t .ii;.nn-.l l.ii ut-rtr I iih tin- ,i-.-.i-.l.iin i- ,il Ki-un K .in . " diyil.H-. ihr kiml i l .ihilm lh.it -.ili-ii on .! ' ( i.ll i .l il. in: i,! n,- t i-.u s che n lti-.h h.inil nii-Hthi-r ( ocs ) . , to !( tiltm out l Hill ll.in ;unk ball-handling abilities thn .1 ). . , lii ' li ' mti-r nil I I), II l.nni! ' :!, IH--.I In inlintitl.il,- l ,-r - Basketball IRISH FINISH FOURTH IN BEST SEASON EVER The team ended a somewhat checkered but ultimately successful ' 77-78 campaign by making to the final hour of theNCAA ' s for the first time in the historyof the University. They achieved thisstatus through an avenging victory over the Blue Demons of DePaul. However, the Duke Blue Devils proved to be the downfall of the Irish when they defeated N.D., 90-86. After a stunning victory over Houston in the first round, the team provided an additional thrill for the Irish fans on St. Patrick ' s Day by breaking the second-round jinx with a victory over the University of Utah. Then came the re-match with DePaul, and the memory of the only home loss of the season propelled N.D. to an 84-64 triumph. However, the luck of the Irish wasn ' t enough to overcome Duke and the dream for a national championship came to an abrupt halt. Even though the final standings didn ' t reflect Notre Dame first place, the team members and coaches agree that the season was a success. Our fourth place finish was the highest in the eighty year history of N.D. basketball and the season was filled with a multitude of thrilling moments: the clean-sweep, the comeback win over Marquette, the Gong show theme song, green socks, and the Maryland cheerleaders, to name a few. The team gave their best and the fans responded in kind by constantly echoing their full support. Who knows, maybe next year we ' ll achieve that dual national champion- ship that almost became a reality this season. 1. During the playoffs as well as throughout the season, the ND fans played a crucial role in the team ' s success. 2. The team celebrates after our avenging win over DePaul. 3. Flowers and Tripucka make a Razorback sandwich during the consolation game. 4. Freshman Stan Wilcox proved to be a solid Irish asset at the N.C.A.A. ' s. 5. Kelly Tripucka ' s consistent shooting skills were one of the keys to our success at the playoffs. 262 Basketball KNEELING: Randy Haefner, Gilbert Salinas, Dave Batlon (co-captain). Bill Laimbeer, Bruce Flowerf, Orlando Woolridge, Bill Hanzlik, Tracy Jackson, Kelly Tripucka, STANDING: Arno Zoske (trainer), Coach Scott Thompson, Coach Dan Nee, Tim ly, Chrit Fabian, Stan Wilcox, Rich Branning, Duck Williams (co-captain), left Carpenter, Coach Dick Kuchen, Head Coach Digger Phdps, Rick Gabbianelli (manager). Basketball 263 HOCKEY The spirit of the team is tough to describe. It ' s a personal thing but it ' s a team thing, too: wanting to do well for yourself and for everybody, realizing that it ' s a team game and the outcome depends on you and on nineteen other guys, not just you or any individual guy, but each guy individually and collectively. It ' s all that wrapped up with something inside that varies for each guy. It ' s just whatever motivates him. Practice, we sort of take it day by day Monday might be an easy day or an optional day. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday we ' ll start by warming up, and then we ' ll get into our line rushes to get our timing back, our passing down, and just to let the defense get used to competition again Then we ' ll do some forecheck- ing drills: one line will play the forecheck of the team we ' re going to play in the upcoming series. Then we ' ll scrimmage, work on our power play, penalty killing, specialty situations and things like that. Practice lasts about two hours. 0-8, we tried to look on the bright side After losing eight games in a row, it ' s not easy; everything seemed so bad then. But I knew we could win. We had the guys and we had the talent, it was just a matter of time. It could have been very easy to give up at that point in the season, but I don ' t think that ' s really the character of the guys on our team, or, of maybe all the athletes here at Notre Dame. It was difficult, but because of the guys on the team, it was that much easier to really look at everything and realize ' that as long as we kept working, things would finally come around, and they did. 264 Hockcy Hockey 265 WIN ONE, LOSE TWO, WIN ONE . . The turning point of our season? One game comes to mind: Denver at Notre Dame. I knew that if we lost that game our season would be a disaster. We split the series, playing well both nights and our season has taken off since then. The Denver series was the most important because until then, we were sort of a fifty-fifty team: win one, lose two, win one. Had Denver come in here and really blown us away, we would have lost the confidence we had in ourselves. We played extremely well Friday night and won 5-3. We played well again Saturday but lost by the same score. For most of the second half of the season we ' ve been playing with three key people out of the lineup, so everybody else has had to play over and above their heads. Under the circumstances, the team has really risen to the point where we ' re playing as well as we can. The team has reacted well to change when we ' ve juggled the lines. The guys realize that they ' ve been changed for a reason, and they ' ve adjusted well. Speaking of playing well, the eleven seniors have been playing together for over three years and that makes a big difference as far as getting acquainted and becoming good friends off the ice as well as on. That helps a great deal. 7. Don fairholm exhibits some of his fine puck-handling abilities against Colorado College. 2. Tempers flare during the Boston College game. 3. Goalie Lenny Moher makes another save for the Irish. 4. Don Jackson checks a Duluth Bulldog as he chases the puck. 5. Defenseman Dan Byers anticipates a face-off. Ul 266 Hockey t Hockey 267 IN SPITE OF EVERYTHING,. FRONT ROW Bob Baumgarlner, Dan By en, Kevin Nugent, Don fair holm. Teny fair holm leapt), Geoff Collier, Don Jdtkson, Tom DeWerd. SECOND ROW John Rodotk (manager), lohn Whitmct (trainer), Greg Rosenthal. let! Bionn . hidle " xott Cameron Greg Meredith, John Inedmann, Jed Well in. Sieve Sihneider, ki-vin j fiwsA . Mark Sicoly. (hu k Davi .. Don Lut ia Greg Fisher, lefty Smith (head t o.x h) Rev lame Richie l h.ipl.nn) THIRD ROW RH S( hater ( t. t od h), Brui e Johnson (ant. coach), Brian Delane kevin Humphreys, Brian Burke, Tom rarrell, Tom Michalek, Kevin Kirn, Paul Gagnon, Brian Dean, Mike Morrisette, Don Hit7el. 268 Hockey IT ' S BEEN A SUCCESSFUL SEASON It ' s been son of a fifty-fifly season as far as wins and losses go. I think bciiiMth .ill that it ' s been a really successful season. We ' ve had so much adversity with injuries, but everybody has come together and played we ' ll under sue h adversity. We haven ' t had the talent some other teams have had, but we ' ve certainly had 1 1 ic ili -MIC that a lot of teams don ' t have. Whatever we ' ve achieved, we ' ve achieved ninety- nine percent through desire. It really says something about all the guys and coaches involved with the team. Terry Fairholm Hockey 269 WHAT KIND OF MEN PLAY BASEBALL? - ' -.. - .-. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dan Voellinger, Bob Cleary, Mark DeSilva, Don Wolfe, Joe Leahy, Tom Caruso, Jim Montagam, Marty Vuono, Mike Kenahan, Bill Starr, Giles Korzenecki, Rick Pullano (Captain). Mark Simendinger, Mike Jamieson, Mark Bernhold, Mark Widawski, Pete Livingston, Mark Kelley, Ray Lentych (asst. coach), Tom Kelly (Head Coach), Tom Ogren, (head manager), oe Cronin (asst. manager), Mark Ladd, Mike Wisniewski, Dave Smith, Joe Karpowicz, Matt Rush, Dave Bartish, Craig Zebold, Greg Rodems, Mike Deasey, Dave DeFacci, Larry Wyluda, Bob Bader, Pete (Hey Pistol!) Zabroski, Greg Weston. 270 Baseball So what kind of men play baseball at Notre Dame? Well, for the most part, they are walk-ons. These students sacrifice their entire afternoons for the whole school year because the team has both a spring and fall program. They are rewarded in many ways. There are those who letter and get a jacket. There are a few that just like the opportunity to take a crack at the ball. But the greatest reward comes from the experience of working together in an attempt to have a successful season. The team ' s philosophy this year is very simple, we want to be " win- ners. " Not " winners " in the sense of the football or basketball teams ' records, but in our own way. The team is young and lacks experience due to the loss of five starting seniors. We are not as talented as the teams of recent years, but we are confident in ourselves. If the fall is an indication, the baseball team should have a successful season. Rick Pullano Seated Bottom Row: Maggie tally, Eunice Sullivan. Kneeling Row Two: Mary Hums, Carol Lally (Co-captain), Byrn Murphy, Molly Cashman, Michelle Ohart-n, Rt-gina Robilljr, Standing Top Row: Diane Shillingburg, Coach Sharon Petro, Kathy Lew, Beth Conlisk, Pat Meyer, lane Politiski, Kelly Hicks, Marge Meagher (Co-captain), Ann Smith, Carrie Rooney, Caro a Cummings, Asst. Coach, Bob Scott. Vomen ' s Basketball FIRST VARSITY YEAR FOR WOMEN ' S BASKETBALL Bein b.lskrth.ill Ir.tm IIM things: loriK i D.III t;r.nii. Most import,!. ' ii m MMs in :om This iit-d .in,; ' IDICA- TION: lushing to |)i.n dim p for ton ne Ic ' t .ilonc tomor- row .in t t bli AinK; .ill i[) the pic tii: the Womci! Carol l.ally BENGALS: LEARNING ON BOTH SIDESOF THE ROPE Lately many of my friends have asked me to justify my involvement in the sometimes brutal sport of boxing. I answer by telling them how boxing at Notre Dame differs from boxing elsewhere. After almost half a century here, this intramural sport has evolved to where it is truly something special. Personally, it has been truly special. There are few sports where a person can enter for the first time when ho is a junior in college, and even fewer in which he can win a championship eighteen months later. In an intramural program such as ours, the men train together, learn together and grow together. The experiences I have gained through my invol- vement in boxing are unequalled by any that I have had in my four years a t the university. Understand that the time actually spent boxing an opponent in the ring is just a small part of what I treasure. The more valuable interaction with schoolmates takes place outside the ring. Moments I shall always remember took place this year. Never have I felt so much unity with my fellows as the night I was awarded the champion- ship. Almost all of the Holy Cross Hogs were present at the finals, showing spirit that is not unusual for them. It was not a bloodthirsty pride that carried me to the dressing room, but a pure spirit which would have done the same had I lost the match. The victory, .while I treasure it, was not the most important thing that evening. It was the fellowship that overflowed both in the ring and in the stands. I could speak of the charity for which the Bengal Bouts exist, but the fellowship I see is more tangible. This is the worthwhile end for which I am so thankful. The sport itself is merely a means to this end. Walt Strauscr 274 Bengal Bouts Brrifijl Bouti 275 = = - KNEELING: Mike Mai, Mike Miller, Marty Murphy, Mike Meenan, Tom Tainer. STANDING: Pat Patula, Jim Follmer, Chris Brandy, Al Emery, Bob Dawson, Carl LaFrance, Bob Hanes, Joe Madigan, Joe Pojman, Rex Keel, Dick O ' Malley, Mark Davis, Pat DiPietro, Curt Weber. ON LADDER: Coach Eduardo, Nino-de-Rivera, Cheryl Cook, Rick Thorpe, Steve Pirna, Raul Aportela. 276 Crew CREW IT ' S ALL OVER BY 7:30 A.M. RRRING! 5:00 A.M. Stumbling out of bed, you pull on your greasy sweats, head out to Stepan Center and board the waiting milk truck. Your destina- tion: Mishawaka Marina and the St. Joe River. Upon arrival, you help carry the boats to the frost-covered dock. Eight people carefully place the boats in the water and grab oars for the long workout ahead. Warmup . . . quick pick . . . half slide, and the oarsmen shake off the last remnants of sleep. As the sun cracks the horizon you are removing sweats in preparation for the four mile piece. The coxswain sharply commands: POWER TEN . . ONE . TWO . . . THREE . . ., as eight oars bore rhythmically into the water. Twenty minutes later, it seems that your legs are drained but stroke follows stroke as all oars hit the water at once-PLUNK! The coxswain calls again: LAST TWENTY IRISH! Suddenly the boat jumps back to life, and soon it is over. It is not yet seven thirty, but a full day ' s work is complete. Nine happy souls reboard the milk truck. You are the Notre Dame Crew. You are content. You are a team. Paul Shafer Or ' Y -, " " Crew 277 CROSS COUNTRY- ONLY THE RUNNER HIMSELF KNOWS Cross country tests not only the speed, strength, and endurance of one ' s body, but also the fortitude of one ' s mind. To excel, the runner must dedicate himself to a strict training schedule combining speed and endurance type workouts which usually amount to 100 miles a week. In this way, when the runner toes the line to begin the race he is confident that his body is prepared to conquer the course at a fast pace, and that his mind is conditioned to maintaining optimal efficiency of the body through the strains of the race. In cross country only the runner himself knows whether he has given his best. Here lies most of the satisfaction derived from the sport. The other source of satisfaction comes from running as part of a team. Here the runner is not only running for his own goals, but also the goals of the team. Running for a team provides emotional incentives. These runners have run hundreds of miles, always with minds united on some goal which can only be accomplished by each one running to his full potential. The runner toes the line, readying himself for the six mile strain ahead. But he won ' t be completely alone. His comrades will be out there too, enduring the same pains, giving it that something extra, so that in the end they all can celebrate something greater than individual satisfaction. Dan Horgan 27 8 Cross Country ROW 1: Steve Welch, Dennis Vanderkraats (co-captain), Dan Morgan (co-captain), Charlie Fox, Bill Allmendinger, Joe Strohman, Pat Sullivan. ROW 2: Pete Burger, Mike Maney, Terry Doyle, John Quinn, Marc Novak, John Reily, Fred Stepan. ROW 3: Pepi Santoni, Jim Martin, Mike Palmer, Dave Cutschenritter, Jim Slattery, Rusty DePina, Marty Miller, Coach Joe Piane. ROW 4: Tim Welch, Dave Benkert, Matt Cato, Tom Burns, Mike O ' Donnell, John Brassil, Craig Sobocinski. NO SHOWS: Chuck Aragon, Keith Cooper, Bob Cohen. Cross Country 279 . 4 WOMEN ' S FENCING TEAM: Tishj Vidaurri, Kathy Buzard, Liz Bathon, Denise S., Tern Foley, Kathy Valdiserri, Karen Lacity NCAA CHAMPION FENCERS RETURN Looking back a few short yeais when we made our plans and played the aids the way they fell, Clinging to our confidence we stood on the threshold of the goal. That we knew dear And though we had our fights Had our short-tempered nights It couldn ' t pull our dreams apart all our needs and all our wants drawn together in our hearts It ' s all happened recently Now we ' re living in that dream we had not long ago Iverything is going fine And now we have to keep in min d We must set brand new goals We must not lose control of the possibility of discovery That would let everybody s, That we were just meant to be Bill Kica and Cathy Valdisem in memory of Chicago ' s Terry Kath MEN ' S FENCING TEAM Row one: Joe P , P. McCuire, Mike Shermoly, lohn Sinn, M;ic Market, Mike Carney, Lou Kru , im Brjinard, Row two: Greg Armi, Dick Detzncr, Paul Valentino, Tom Valdiserri, Larry Miller, I Vachon, lohn Doe, Bjorne Vaggo, Andy Bonk, Sieve Salimando, Pat Gleason, Row three: Deal S., Sal Muoio, Phil Burchard, Chris Lyom, Miii McCahey, Tom Cullum, R. Crawley, K.I Benson, On Chain: Captains Mike Sullivan, Pa Gerard and Bill Kica f cm ing 281 " FIELD HOCKEY ' S THAT INSANE SPORT WHERE. . . " " Field Hockey? Oh, that ' s that insane sport where a bunch of crazy women run around and hit each other with sticks, Right? " The statement is untrue, but unfortunately, many people seem to feel that is is. The photo exemplifies what many people think we look like after games; actually, the injuries are rarely more than a bump or bruise. It ' s a game of skill and endurance, a combination of soccer and ice hockey. It ' s a running game, thirty-five minute halves with only five minutes between and no time outs. The game is simply perpetual motion. Field Hockey is not a well developed sport in this area of the country, and most of the girls who had played before are from the Northeastern states. In its three seasons as a club sport at Notre Dame, the field hockey team has steadily improved. This fall, we finished with a 5-7-1 record and really held our own against the many varsity teams we competed against. Indeed the competition is tough, often against players who are phys. ed. majors and grant scholars as well. Playing field hockey means more to its players than simply a winning record. If you ' ve given 100% to your game, then you ' re always a winner. Coach Astrid Hotvedt ' s love for the sport is evident, and it isn ' t unusual for her to pick up a stick and practice with us; she has been a solid motivating factor for the entire team. So don ' t call us crazy, we ' re just dedicated athletes who love our sport. Patti DeCoste 1977-78 Field Hockey Team: Astrid Hotvedt, Coach, Patti DeCoste (Co-Captain), Mary Hums (Co-Captain), Donna Carini, Mary Ann Dooley, Pat Crowell, Kathy Kane, Mary James, Meg Morgan, Maria Losurdo, Cheryl Rodgers, Sue McClinn, Joanne Mooney, Maggie Arman, Mary Clair Tollaksen, Chris Twist, Carrie Rooney, Sarah Devine, Bonnie Ford, Rita Martin, Manager. 282 Field Hockey Field Hockey 283 GOLF EYEING THE N.C.A.A. BID Competitively speaking, the Notre Dame golf team faces a tough sc hedule of Big Ten Mid-American and major independent opponents. The main goal is to gain a bid to the NCAA championship held in Eugene, Oregon in June. In preparing for this season, the team will work and compete in Florida for one week. According to Captain Rich Knee: " There exists the balance of experience and youth necessary for consistent, yet exciting perfor- mances. " Leading performers on this year ' s team will be junior Tim Saurs and sophomores Dave Knee and John Lundgren. They have the talent and experience necessary to become individual tournament champions. Tim Sachek and Tom McCarthy, freshmen, have the skills and maturity needed to become consistent collegiate performers. Combining this depth and enthu- siasm, the team has a good chance at being one of three in the district to reach Oregon. The season should be an exciting and successful one. 284 Colf SEATED: Richard Knee, Tim Sachek. STANDING: Coach O ' Sullivan, Tim Saurs, Tom McCarthy, Jay Bryan, Bob Gibson, David Knee, John Lundgren, Eric Bauwens, Bill McGuiness. IT TAKES A RARE INDIVIDUAL TO PLAY LACROSSE Lacrosse is not a varsity sport. Many people might ask the question, " Why do people enjoy playing for a club sport? " For Rich Mazzei, president of the ND Lacrosse Club, Lacrosse has made his four years at ND the best four years of his life. The team is made up of men for whom no job or game is too tough to handle. According to Mazzei: " A rare individual is a person who will get up at 9:00 a.m. on a Saturday morning just to scrimmage for a couple of hours. A rare individual is a man who can devote hour upon hour each week just to make sure his team is prepared for its next game. A rare individual is a player who will travel six hours to play Ohio State on An Tostal weekend. It takes a rare individual to play a club sport. The ND Lacrosse Club is full of them. " 286 Lacrosse SEATED: Steve Hoey, Rick Friedman, Carl Lundblad, Tim Michels, Bob Durgin, Alan Crowley, Brian Tewey, Dan Charhut, Bob Stewart, Mike Cotton. KNEELING: Greg Sebold, Mike Brogan, Joe Gladue, Ed Richert, Steve Martinez, Mike Kinsella (tri-capt.), Rich Mazzei (president), Tom Mouch, Bill Sammon, Jim Scarola (tri-capt.). Pat Clynes (tri-capt.), Mark Carberry, John Mandico. STANDING: Jim Lyddane, Mike Caron, Nick Zagotta, John Gray, Bob Curley, Steve Sharp, Jim Patterson, John Vercruysse, Brett Jackson, Mark Tallmadge, John Romanelli, Jim Williams, Paul Rizzo, Tim Walsh (vice-pres.), Ralph Rogari, Tom Desloge, Casey Hammond. IN THE PENALTY BOX: Pete Buzaid, John Murphy, Dan Welch, Jeff High. Coach: Rich O ' Leary, Manager: Steve Marx, Scorekeepers: Katie Driscoll, Sue Turcotte. 1 I ltcrosse 287 IT TAKES LEATHER BALLS... Rugby: a sport designed to occupy those few individuals who feel that football, walks on the Ho Chi Mihn trail and downtown Detroit are not violent enough. Although the uninitiated may think that all the sport involves is thirty-odd guys running into each other at full-speed until the surviving team wins, rugby is actually a game of strict rules. Played in a fashion similar to football, rugby demands unparal- leled strength and endurance. Unlike football players, ruggers do not wear protective pads. Scoring is also similar to football featuring, " trys " , (a four-point touchdown), conversion kicks and field goals. Begun in 1961, Notre Dame Rugby has progressed considera- bly. This year ' s emphasis has been on the refinement of skills and mastering the game ' s finer points. According to Head Rugger Tony Mendiola, " An objective ob- server might conclude that what fifteen years ago was a mishmash tribe of obnoxious rowdies and frustrated jocks has evolved today into a mishmash tribe of obnoxious rowdies and frustrated jocks. " 288 Rugby KNEELING: Scoll McNamera, Pal Collins, Mark Touey, Tex Kelfler, Tony Mendiola, Herb Close. Rock Romano, Sieve Gill; STANDING: Bo Bo (Gen. Mgr.), I.B.M. Rep, Mark (Alkie) Likens, Pete O ' Sullivan, Bill Koval, Tom McDermott, Tom Weiler, Kevin Corcoran, Steam Roller, Mike Rice, George Henry, Mik McGlinn M.D., Tom Carr, Matt O ' Brien, Tim Gorie, Paul While, Brian Hannigan, Dave Gamache, Mike (the Hawk) Roohan, Chuck Mackett, Joe Gill, John Pointett, Mark Heinken, D.D.S.; BACK ROW: Tom (Sweet ' B ' ) Byrne, Pat Keough, John (Okie) O ' Connell, Tom DeHaven, Tim Bolt, Chris (Cerk) Crnkovich, Jim Bielunas, Paul Mueller, Tom Smith Rugby 289 LEFT TO RIGHT: John Erickson, Aleka Unkovsky, John Goodill, Christie Frank, Baretta Reynolds, Sue Clark, New Person, Jorge Centurion, Andy McDonough, Seal Boyle, Pat Smith, Don Condt, Linda Hoyt, Mark Chock, Paul Schappler, No one knows, Ian Smith, Sue Smiggens, Martha Boyle, ?, Mary Beth, Someone, Mike Bidwell, Walt Rogers, Eliza, No one important. UNDERWATER: Bill Kostoff, Paul McKeilski, Lory Kerger, Jay Kiley. 290 Sailing A 100 YEAR TRADITION " Flash . . . Flying Juniors have invaded St. Joe ' s Lake. " No, these are not little men from Jupiter. They are the boats of the ND Sailing Club. Sailing has the distinctive honor of being the oldest club sport on campus, having begun around 1870. Last spring the team finished second in the Midwest and twelfth in the Intercollegiate North American Championship. This fall they won two regattas and are now ranked tenth in the nation. According to Captain John Goodill: " The team is riding high and looking forward to the fall championships in Chicago over break, the Kennedy Cup Tournament in Annapolis in April, and ultimately the North American Competitions in June. The rusty spoon keeps on shining. " Siiling 291 KNEEL IMG: Steve L ' Heureux, Joe Dwyer (asst. capt,), Maggie Noonan (co-captain), Tom Lux (captain), Muggi D ' Aquila (co-captain). ROW TWO: Pete Froehlke, Patti Wilson, Kathy Banbury, Shaun McAuley, Ben Powers, Ann Ouellette, Remi Baylot. ROW THREE: Nelson Ziter, Jim Byrne, Mike Quinlivan, left Whitten, lamie Stephens. BURIED UNDER THE SNOW: Mike Case, Pete Rowland, Mark Lynch, Pat Gleason, Ken Dress (I told you I ' d spell it wrong. Ken). 292 Skiinf; SKI TEAM CAPTURES NATIONAL TITLE " Slalom " and " Giant Slalom " words not part of most college students ' vocabularies, but to thirty men and women from Notre Dame and Saint Mary ' s, these two words stand for one thing ski racing. Racing in the Midwest Collegiate Ski Association means that week after week you face the best competition the Midwest has to offer. This season the Notre Dame Ski Team won the Midwestern Championship and claimed the National Tit le for club sports. But the greatest challenge has been overcoming a lack of practice time and a shortage of funds. The ski team ' s ability to meet these obstacles can be linked to dedication, good personnel and a love for the sport. Racing at Notre Dame it ' s travel, friendship, year-round preparation, individual and team effort, winning and fun. Tom Lux Skiing 293 SOCCER-VARSITY AT LAST A new style of play was employed this year as the soccer team attained varsity status. Coach Rich Hunter stressed a passing game, emphasizing teamwork and moving the ball to the outside. Hunter ' s strategy engin- eered a 16 game winning streak and an overall record of 16-1-1. Senior Jim Moellering was the leading goal scorer and junior Bill Hagerty led the team in total points scored. Next year the soccer team faces a much tougher schedule, including such national powerhouses as Indiana, Michigan State, Dayton and Purdue. Their goal is to make the NCAA Division II Playoffs, and should they play well against their strong Division I opponents, they should get their bid. With the return of eight of nine starters, prospects look good for the Irish. KNEELING: Mark Klein, Bob Gildea, Terry Finnegan (co-captain), Pete Logan, Jim Moellering, John Gallo, Chuck Prejean, Tony Bezouska, Greg Principato MIDDLE ROW: Todd Cooper (grad assistant coach), Tom VanMeter (assistant Coach), Geoff Ray nor, Mark Hentschell, Bill Sullivan, Paul Devereaux, Bill Hagerty, Tom Kellenberg, Roman Klos, Brian Cullather, Randy Wittry, Tim Nauman, Ted Carnevale, Jim Sabitus, Pascale Piazza, Dan McCurrie, Nick Schneeman, Jim Rice (co-captain), Tom Crotty, Rich Hunter (Coach) BACK TWO ROWS: Joe Heider, Bill Wetterer, Tom Rosshert, Oliver Franklin, Steve Burgom, Tom Luetkehans, Joe Cuini, Keith Connor, Scott Sowell, Dan Tarullo, Rick Hogan, Mike Mai, Steve Miller, Joe Murray, Brother Paschal Pesce, C.S.C. 294 Soccer CONCENTRATION: BEST PREPARATION FOR A SWIM MEET " Before I go to the pool I always play the Vi( torv March in my room. As a team we attend mass before ea h meet, which really brings the team together. " These are the feelings of Jim Severyn, captain of the Nl) swim team, who hails from South Bend. The main preparation for a swim meet is concentration. It ' s pulling together to psyche up individually. " The hardest part of any race is convincing myself that I will do well. When I feel confident the rest is eas. ndy Petro, another swim team member. And the team should feel confident since their performance thus far this season has bettered ret ords of the List two years. Ed Dilvia, a senior from Chicago, says he concentrates on how he ' s going to swim before the race, and lets the cheers from the crowd and his teammates inspire him. Freshman John Komora. a mainstay of the Irish individual mec!le . says, " I just think about the race I ' m going to swim, and plan how I ' m going to swim it. " 296 Swimminx S 11 Ml K Itthn Knmiir.i. Tom Kninh, Tom Behni , Jim Tom Mad. . n Rjhiii, am v Paul Lipjn. Tom H.I s S Jim don IJrjkf - n,h I - UR- M;A ' Hit--., ' i R,,n Milln. (hrn ' . hn t I Mclaughlin, John t Noorun, .m KNEELING: Coach Tom Fallen, Steve Barren, Kevin Gandhi, Bob Lee, Chuck Meakin, Steve Ram sour, Mark Trueblood; STANDING: Herb Hopwood, Mark Hoyer, Marty Horan, Carlton Harris, Tom Westphal, Steve Meifkey (Manager). 298 Tennis ND NETTERS-STEADILY IMPROVING The Fighting Irishmen won nearly two-thirds of their matches in the spring of 1977. Regarding the 1977-78 squad, Coach Tom Fallen commented, " I ' m optimistic about this tennis season. With a strong core of talent returning from last year and a good crop of freshmen, we should have a team with good balance and depth. " To substantiate this observation, the roster shows four returning monogram winners: Carlton Harris, Marty Horan, Mark Trueblood and Tom Westphal. Freshmen prospects include Herb Hopwood, Mark Hoyer and Kevin Gandhi. In their season, the Irish women were headed by a new coach, Sharon Petro. According to Number One ranked Mary Shukis, " Practices this year concentrated not only on improving tennis strokes, but also on developing a strong positive attitude toward tennis through isometric and transcendental meditation exercises. " Top singles spots were held by Mary Shukis, Paddy Mullen, Jean Barton and Captain Diane Shillingburg respectively. The team also consisted of eight rookies. Generally the ND netters can look forward to continuing improvement in future seasons. SfATfD: Mary Shukis, Diane Shillingburg (Captain); KNCILING: Sheila Cronin, I aura Cronin, Sioban Kilbride, Paddy Mullen, Anne Kelly; STANDING: Roberta Kilpatrick (Manager), lean Barton, Maureen Noonan, tleanor McManus, Sue Lenninger, Sharon Petro (Coach). Tennis 299 INDIVIDUALS DIAGONALLY: Addella Malzvelli, Kathy McCann, Kathy Merra, Michelle O ' Haren, Mary Hums, Helen Weber (captain), Sanna Sabbagh, STANDING: Liz Berry, Claire Delahunty, Maggie Lally, Anne Hesburgh, Anne Marie Pierson, Mona Thomas, Veronica Crosson, Coach Larry Car care, NOT PIC- TURED: Coach Paul Taylor, Laura Leitzinger, Laura Vasquez, Debby Ramo, Barb Boylan, Donna Schaefer. 300 Track ERFORMANCE CREATES SUCCESS IN TRACK AND FIELD Individuality: that ' s the name of the game when you speak of track and field. The spirit of a successful team is the summation of personal excel- lence. It ' s work indoors when old man winter strikes the Notre Dame campus, and work outdoors when there ' s spring in the air. Track and field is conditioning and practice, dedication and endurance. Success also comes through exper- ience and guidance. Leadership on the men ' s track team this year is supplied through seniors Dan Morgan, George Matteo, Bill Almen- dinger, Arnie Cough, Chuck Wills, and co-captains Mike Meyer and Dennis VanderKraats. Women ' s track just took its place among the ranks of club sports this year. This has meant several big steps for the Irish women. According to captain Helen Weber, " We estab- lished our first cross country team, bought our first uniforms and hosted our first home meet. But we also grew in number that was the biggest step. We got more women involved in competitive running. " FIRST ROW: Ed Kelly (coach), Arnie Coo ? ), George Matteo, Dennis VanderKraats (co-captain), Mike Meyer (co-captain), Tom Fercnc, foe Piane (coach) SECOND ROW: Dave Betlach, Ken Lynch, left Anderson, Dan Knoll, Tim Kardok, Tim Twardzik THIRD ROW: Mark Hug, Mike Maney, Ralph Boyd, Chuc k Aragon, lim Slattery, Keith Hedinger, Bob Laffert FOURTH ROW: lim Harrington, Pete Burger, Dave Bernards, Thorn Needham, lim Zavertwik, Steve Schaefer, Chuck Wills FIFTH ROW: Mark Novak, Keith Cooper, Tom Bcrnier, Joe Strohman, Steve Welch, Charlie Fox, Dan Horgan, Tim Welch SIXTH ROW: lay Miranda, Bill Almendinger, Brian McAuliffe, Ahmad Kazimi, Marshall Matt, John Quinn, Dave Bcnkerl, Mark Franco, John Amato SEVENTH ROW: Mike Palmer, Corky Tuskan, John Brasil, Mike O ' Donnel, Tom Burns, Dave Cutscenritter, Kris Haines EIGHTH ROW: Tim Heilman (manager), Pepi Santoni (manager), Mark Wurlel, Fred Stepan, Russ DePina, Craig Sobocinski, Bob Cohen, Pat Sullivan. Track 301 BRAINS + BRAWN = WRESTLING Wrestling could be called the most demanding of sports. It requires the strength and stamina of a long distance runner, the muscles of a weightlifter, and the quickness and precision of a fencer. In the brief eight minutes of a match (which can seem an eternity) every muscle is strained; the battle is a combination of brains and brawn. Wrestlers must not only beat their opponents, but they must wage a battle against themselves to lose weight. The bitter taste of a dry and empty stomach is part of the self-discipline involved. But the incomparable sweetness of the post weigh-in meal blots out the unplea- sant memories; when your hand is raised in victory at the end of the match you know it was all worth it. It ' s hard to say exactly why I wrestle, a number of things come to mind. The possibility of innovation keeps it fresh and exciting. The number of possible moves and combinations is infinite, and subject to on the spot improvisa- tion. Thus, though perfecting the moves can involve drudgery, wres- tling remains an essentially creative enterprise. It allows independence and forces self-reliance. No one can help you, you must face your opponent alone. The one-on-one confrontation gives rise to a height- ened sense of competition, and with it a sense of accomplishment. But the spirit of a team both suffering and laughing together toward the same goal mitigates the aloneness of the match, and great team victories (like the National Catholic Tourney) can provide the greatest satisfaction. Mike Padden and Pat McKillen 302 Wrestling KNEELING: Assistant Coach, Jerry Ron, Bob Colic, Joe Curletta, Bob Dreger, Mike Padden (Co-captain), Mike Wilda, Pat McKillen (Co-captain), Vic Zanetti, John Torres, Dave Disabato, George Cednay STANDING: Coach Ray Sepeta. Brian Gary, Dave Welch, Steele Mchl, Mike Rottnan, Dan Romano, Art Brannan, Al Mataliano, Chris Favo, Tom Wrobeleski, Vince Kezei, Dave Rogers, Bill Moore, Denny Kumor, Pete Curcio, Tom Acceta, Tom Dejak, Mike Christafino, Steve Kester, Bruce Martin (manager), Joel Hall (assistant coach) Wrestling 303 INTERHALL - THE ULTIMATE ESCAPE r . ' r M s . ' " i ; . I . . ' l-Jk ' ? " ' " . .. " - ' , 4? HK- - X ' 4 re 7) Last ., h.it the n impromptu [ ri)(iti).ill pr.i. H.ill tooib, ill team .-. llir Hoi, CrOSS I irlii i rlicd And I li-n H inlcrh.ill S| ' i in the tli.it people put th.st mii h tin ilin ;).irt-tinii- ,ith: m.iini .111 h This mor nini; I thi tun: AN ESCAPE FROMfH iOf, Intrrhall :KOI m IAPI MANAGERS - PART OF THE TEAM, NOT OUTSIDERS Spray paint, towels, paper work . . . preparation is the name of the game for an ND manager. It is an experience in responsibility, pressure, and most importantly, rewards. A manager assists coaches, players, and adminis- tration for each practice and game. According to Dave McCann, " The most rewarding aspect of managing is the true feeling of being part of the team. We put a lot of time and work into the job, and when the fencing team places first in the nation, when the wrestlers win a major tournament, or when the football team captures the National Championship, it feels good to know that you ' ve made a contribution to such a successful program. " Daryl Madden continues, " I suppose that the most rewarding part of the job is knowing that you have helped your team to its best effort in some way, no matter how small the duty is . . . knowing that the players and coaches respect you for your position as a manager. " Being a manager is having the best of both worlds. It ' s realizing the goals of a squad and taking pride in their accomplishments without actually being an athlete. It ' s being covered in spray paint, buried in paper towels and mountains of paperwork. It ' s wading through all the trials and traumas of a year of athletics at Notre Dame and coming out on top because you ' re part of a winning tradition. 308 Managers FIRST ROW: (Seniors) T. Ogren, P. Santoni, K. Haffey, R. Sobanski, M. Chain, R. Cabbianelli, A. Paulus, 5. Meiskey, J. Rodock, SECOND ROW: (Juniors) D. McCann, J. Kolasinski, M. Till, I. Swinehart, D. Taylor, T. Heilman, P. Arndt, 5. Kearney, J. Cronin, D. Madden THIRD ROW: (Sophomores) I. Kolbus, S. Russo, C. lampione, T. Prigal, I. Ferroli, D. Colledel, D. Smith, T. Etling, P. Toomey, C. Ribuado, FOURTH ROW: (Sophomores) M. Reeve, ]. Draths, M. Lynch, . Scheidler, B. Coyette, M. Claehaut, G. Junker, T. Long, B. Oakley, D. Krasovic, Hoffman, W. Palmer FIFTH AND SIXTH ROWS: (freshman) D. Allison, M. Briesch, B. Clark, B. Corsaro, M. Domagola, I. Leonard, J. Linnen, P. Mather, B. McMorrow, K. McShane, R. Meisenbacher, M. Merra, B. Morris, K. Morris, B. Patchen, M. Patetta, N. Patterson, B. Plouff, M. Ruwe, T. Shannon, M. Shurka, B. Staneicki, D. Sullivan, N, Taber, T. Totaw, M. Vanic, T. Wygle, R. Zimmel, I. Waclawik, D. Khorey. SOMEWHERE ELSE: P. Warmenhoven, B. Martin, Toddy Managers 309 SENIOR INDEX ABERCER, EDWARD JR. Absecon, NJ 08201 BARTLETT, MICHAEL P. BERRY, GEORGE J. BOHLINGER, DONALD F. BRENNAN, KATHRYN E. 640 Ml. Rainier Drive ARMAN MARGARET 8 Pinewood Drive 2221 East Garfield Drive 1506 Fifth Street 3 Mystic Lane Indianapolis, IN 46217 380 Statesman Court Scotia, NY 12302 Indianapolis, IN 46203 West Babylon, NY 11704 Westport, CT 06880 ACKAWAY, ROBIN L. Chesterfield, MO 63017 BASILE, THOMAS F. BEST, MARTIN PAUL BOLLER, JACK ALAN BRENNAN, PATRICIA R. 3428 MacDonald Road Virginia, VA 23462 ARMSTRONG, EMILY 214 North Park Avenue Clarksburg, WV 26301 870 Eighth Street Idaho Falls, ID 83401 407 Fairway Boulevard Columbus, OH 43213 326 Ml. Vernon Road Buffalo, NY 14226 ADAMS, WILLIAM A. lanesville, Wl 53545 BATACAN, MARIE M. BETLACH, DAVID E. BONA, BONNIE JEANNE BRENNAN, ROBERT M. 20 Woodland Drive 2208 Flonmond Terrace 2520 Lindt ' n Avenue 9015 South Richmond 701 East High Point Colonia, N| 07067 ARTUSO, DOMINICK 541 Kirkby Road Michigan City, IN 46360 lanesville. Wl 53545 Evergreen, IL 60642 Peoria, IL 61614 AHERN, ROBERT E. Elmont, NY 11003 BATTON, DAVID R. BETZ, HEIDI ANN BONAVENTURA, JAMES BRIEN, LOUIS G. 163 Williams Avenue Hyde Park, MA 02136 ARZBERCER, RICHARD 29 Thome Place 29 West Avenue Springfield, PA 19064 4715 North Parkside Drive Wauwatosa, Wl 53225 17122 Northfield Huntington Beach, CA 92647 1214 Laurel Avenue Deer field. IL 60015 AHUMADA, JOSE E. New Monmo, N| 07748 BATY, LEE MILLS BEZOUSKA, ANTHONY L. BONETTI, DENNIS I BRIGHT, FRANK E. 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ECK, MARK ALLEN FAIRHOLM, DONALD B. FITZSIMMONS, M.K. FRY, WILLIE 52473 US 31 North 6208 South 36th Street 775 Pinetree Road 524 Westhill Avenue 23 Hollytree Lane 637 McDavitt Place South Bend, IN 46637 Omaha, NE 68107 Pittsburgh, PA 15243 Beaconsfield, Quebec Canada Little Silver, NJ 07739 Memphis, TN 38107 DOHERTY, C. DUENSING, MARGARET ECKMAN, ERIC C. FAIRHOLM, TERRENCE FITZSIMONS, EDWARD FUJAWA, PAUL C. 3040 Meeting House 3905 Briarcliff Road 7030 Creekside Lane S24 Westhill Avenue 1434 East Emerson Lane 1121 Grace Street Indianapolis, IN 46222 Kansas City, MO 641 16 Indianapolis, IN 46220 Beaconsfield, Quebec Canada Mt. Prospect, IL 60056 South Bend, IN 46619 DOHERTY, JOHN T. DUENSING, MARTHA A. EDDY, JOSEPH S. FALASH, MICHAEL A. FLAHERTY, KEVIN P. 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IN 46805 GUTIERREZ, CARLOS HART, SUSAN MARY HI KK IISSI |. 1644 North Ottj j Chicago. 11 60634 GERARD, PASCAL A. 4838 North Frank Parkway COTTSACKER, MARK W. 1328 North 3 Street 2128A North Hollon Street Milwaukee, Wl 53212 123 South Evanslawn Aurora, 11 60506 403 East Dover Court Davenport. IA 52803 CAIEWSKI, (AMES IEO Norridge. IL 60656 Sheboygan. Wl 53081 GUYOl, WILLIAM |R. HARTE, JAMB OWEN HESS, PAUL JOSEPH S Onolr Drive Wyormssin. PA 19610 GERIER, CARY M. 616 Madison COUCH, ARNOLD C. 2101 West 63rd Street 6 Southcote Brentwood, MO 63144 Linden Lane Ml. Kisco, NY 10549 841 Finney Cincinnati, OH 45224 GALDIKAS, DIANE H. Cannellon. IN 47520 Merrillville, IN 46410 HASSER, CHARLES B. HASKINS, STEPHEN 1 Hill, ROBERT M. 120 East 166 Street South Holland. IL 60473 GERCa, PfTER |. 500 Mayfair Place GOURLMN, DEXTER 1 114-20 173rd Street 10 Fox Den Road West Sims, CT 06092 1119 Johnson Street Key West, FL 33040 11 Thompson Place New York. NY 10305 CAIES, PAUL Mil HAH Chicago Heights, II 60411 Jamaica, NY 11434 M AH KERRY WADE HASSELL, WILLIAM |. HEYWOOD, WILLIAM T. RR 1 Bo 95 Livermore, IA 50558 CfTTINGS, THOMAS L. 935 Meadow Circle GRACE, SUSAN (EANNE 324 Timberline Road 1328 Sussex Drive South Bend, IN 46628 6236 Kenwood Avenue Dallas, TX 7S214 95 Oakland Avenue Cranston, Rl 02910 GAIEZIEWSKI, THOMAS Bethlehem, PA 18017 Mountains, NJ 07092 HADlfv, RANDY S. HASSETT, ROBERT C. HrCKEY, ( ( Ml us M. 706 South Olive South Bend. IN 46619 GIBBONS, GREGORY M. 824 South Woodside CRADY, MARY E. 10 Landsdowne Avenue 7000 Oak Forest Bethesda. MD 20034 RD l Port Byron, NY 13140 130 East Angela Boulevard South Bend. IN 46617 CALIACHER, SHARON A. North Canton, OH 44720 Hamden, CT 06S17 HAEFNER, J. RANDALL HATEM, PAUL (OSEPH HICKEY, FREDERICK A. 64 White Meadow Road Rockaway. N| 07866 GILBERT, FRANCES M. 218 West Norlhgate Road GRAF, DANIEL HARRIS 216 West Echo Lane 1 Cemetery Road Milford, OH 45150 19 Hemenway Street Melhuen, MA 01844 112 Butman Road Lowell, MA 01852 CAUACHER, TIMOTHY Peoria. IL 61614 Phoenm, A7 85021 HAFHY, KENNETH M. HATTRUP, 1 GERALD HICKMAN, GARY III 4600 West 72nd Terrace Prairie Village, KS 66208 GILDEA, ROBERT 1 5 Thresher Road GRAHAM, GEMMA 1 109 Holly Road 480 Hickory Hill Maylield, OH 44143 9405 Cedar Forest Austin, TX 78759 1100 Priscilla Alexandria, VA 22308 CALIAHER, PATRICIA Andover, MA 01810 Hopkins. MN 55343 HACENE, IAMB ALAN HAUCH, DANIEL IOHN Hl ks t.lBI 1 K SUSAN Hadley Lane Iclwardsville. 11 6202S GILL, JULIE MARIE 242S Allan Drive GRAHAM, MtCHAa T. 2005 Hill Top Road 1437 West 4th Avenue Oshkosh, Wl 54901 9009 South Francisco Evergreen, 11 60642 971 Riverside Drive South Bend, IN 46616 CALLO, IOHN MICHAEL Florissant, MO 63033 Weslfietd, NJ 07090 HAID, REGIS JR. HAWB, WILLIAM M. HUGH , ROBERT S. 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Ann Arbor, Ml 48105 Atlantic City, NJ 08401 Hammond, IN 46323 CANNON, KATHERINE Morristown, N| 07960 4802 Craig Road HALEY, MICHAa 1 HEBERT, RICHARD 1 HILL, MARK EVERETT 2522 Braddock Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15218 GIUFFRE, (AMES ALAN 117 Mapleridge Drive South Bend, IN 46614 CRAUa, DOUGLAS ' 1233 Folkstone Way Cherry Hill. NJ 08034 P.O Box 713 Jennings, IA 70546 5105 Woodhurst Fort Wayne, IN 46807 CANTT, CUY I. Waterbury, CT 0670S 621 East Lawrence HALEY, PETE C. HECK, DANIEL R. HILLS, III 129-07 143 Street CLASS, TIMOTHY C. Mishawaka. IN 46544 409 Rubicon Road 615 North Parker 5658 little Road South Ozone Park, NY 11436 P.O. Box 13 CKECO, ANTHONY Dayton, OH 45419 Indianapolis, IN 46201 Sylvania, OH 45360 GARCIA, MARK DAVID Park Ridge, IL 60068 Flat 2 241 Kent Road HALLINAN, MHINDA HECK, II II RAY HINDERS, aiZABETH 32263 Craftibury Farrmngton. Ml 48024 CLEASON, PATRICK L. 381 Pine Brook Hills Rose Bay N S W Australia 2029 5552 Sultana Avenue Temple City. CA 91780 Rural Route 1 Tlppecanoe, IN 46570 110 West Market Street Celina. OH 45822 GARDNER, IAMB R. Boulder, CO 80302 GREEN, KIMBERLY ANN HALLIWai, DIANE I HEIDERMAN, RONALD A. HINKEN, MARK OTIS 2033 Marina Street CLENNON, RICHARD F. 129 South Street Exit 506 East Saddle River 8223 North Washington 1614 National Avenue Highland, IN 46322 524 Elderwood Road Warwick, NY 10990 Ridgewood, NJ 07450 Niles, 11 60648 Rockford. 11 61103 GARGUIA, MARK C. Dayton, OH 45429 CREFR, NORMAN E. ' HAMK, ROBERT PAUL HEIDKAMP, TERRENCE HINKEN, MICHAa |R. 8630 Howard Street GLYNN, MICHAEi C. 2102 East Cedar 2739 West 84th Street 303 Sunset Avenue 1614 National Avenue St John. IN 46373 6338 Hylhe Road ' South Bend. IN 46617 Chicago, IL 60652 LaCrange, 11 60525 Rockford. IL 61103 CARVfY, KEfllN M. Indianapolis. IN 46220 GREGERSON, MARY C. HAND, RANDALL 1 HEIMBUCH, ROBERT R. HINNINDAH , TERRY 291 Country Club Drive GMEREK MARK M. 415 Stanton 3333 Treehouse lane 8414 Charlton Road 705 Main Street Warren, OH 44484 595 Ml. Dell Drive Park Forest, IL 60466 Piano, TX 75023 Randallstown, MD 21133 DePere, Wl 54115 CARVFY, MICHAEL C. Clayton. CA 94517 GRIFFIN, BRIAN P. HANIFIN, KEVIN P. HEINZEN, FREDERICK HO At. DAVID JUSTUS 1516 Sequoia Trail COODARD, MARY T. 40 Nimando Place 1233 West Oakcrest 5934 North Isabell Jug End Road Clenview, IL 60025 1020 Stanfield Emerson, NJ 07630 Brea, CA 92621 Peoria, 11 61614 South Egrement, MA 012S6 CARVFY, PfTER I South Bend, IN 46617 GRIFFIN, DANML P. HANK, CAROL MARIE HEINZMAN, 1 ANI C. HOBTEREY, ARTHUR C. Eight Fair Oaks GOERNER PETER G. 509 Sherwood Road 1812 37th Street Court 105 South Lafayette 1115 Greenfield Springfield, IL 62704 1136 North None Dame Hohokus, NJ 07423 Moline, 11 61265 Metamora, IL 61548 Ml. Prospect. 11 60056 CARZA, D. ROBERTO South Bend, IN 46617 GRIFFIN, LESLIE C. HANNA, 10 AN T. HELLAND, PfTER S. 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NY 14612 WHITE, MARY II l)l I H Harleysville, PA 19438 4220 Shorebrook Drive TROVATO, K M PH A. 209 Dorothy Drive WARMENHOVEN, PETER College and Turnbridge WOZNICKI, JERRY I Columbia. SC 29206 241-03 149th Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 1S23S 2861 La Serna Plaza Haverford. PA 19041 1206 Elliot Street ZWEBER, TIMOTHY B. Row-dale. NY 11422 VEUUTATO, |c ' MS T. Santa Maria, CA 934S4 WHITE, PAUL GERARD South Bend, IN 46628 828 West Third Street TtUCANO, MKHAa 1 313 Lincoln Avenue WARREN, VICTORIA 1 15 Military Road WRAPE, THOMAS KEITH Rugby, NO 58368 217 Third Street Paulsboro. N| 08066 Bo. D Worcester, MA 01609 1700 South Tyler Senior lnde 321 1978 DOME STAFF 7978 Dome Staff: Jean Murphy, Mark Amenta, Ed Burke, Tom Pavelka, Mary A Hare, Joyce Ravnikar, Creg Young, Jana Schutt, Anne Thompson, P. J. Kane, Al Dreyer, Jerri Weaver, Tim Krause, Bill Fuller, Linda Doherty, Kathy Leaman, Linda Kenney, Don Trybus, Ken Kress, Long Cone: Pete Romzick, Karen O ' Connor, Bella Abzug, Mary Louise Haughton, Ted Burgmeier, Meg Hackett, Terry Sullivan, Paul Madden, Jim Buddie, Phil Johnson, Val Stefani. 322 DOME Staff Organisations Co-editor, Al Dreyer; Organizations Co-editor, Joyce Ravnikar Seniors Editor, Mary Allare; Sports Editor, Bill Fuller Student Life Editor, Mark Amenta, Events Editor, Jean Murphy DOME Stilf 323 Photo editor, Tim Krause Production manager, P. J. Kane Business manager, Don Trybus 324 DOME Staff GREG YOUNG EDITOR-IN-CHIEF DOME Staff 325 .; ; " V? - ' .- -: i ?$B ' .:; ' ' Wi ?, X . ' -j -a 338B5F 1 ? 1 Wj ? . -. T.i y i :: AW . ' ??, 2 35 ' fafe-l 5vi -i- $ . . K v- ' 1J fe.. - -;-: ing, We shall exp.md IK til e images changes. .. slum thr ( : tituic. ' V- . -e-... ' ,-. : ,rSSti . ' - K J . .s - - - f " I Ui -- - -. -1- -i J r 328 Edifices [dificn 329 c ;, 330 fdiflces ' . ; V CtOficet 331 332 Edifica FORWARD The art of the extended photo essay is a difficult one indeed, particularly when the object is to encapsulate the feelings and events of both one year and a history of over one hundred and thirty years. Whereas most of the book is filled with pictures and words of the moment, the opening and closing " editorial " sections are this year more oriented towards express- ing the tradition and foundation of Notre Dame, with its hidden secrets, vertiginous viewpoints, and gilded beauty. These elements are best summarized, I feel, in the structure of the A dministration Building, whose complex anatomy includes the mysterious fifth floor, a doorbell on the front entrance, and a shining lady who yet needs to be re-gilt every few years. In contrast and complement, the more recent constructions show .1 more ordered, geometrical pattern; a pattern of symmetry and scissor-cut perfection that I find both visually interesting and ideologically disturb- ing. Change is a disruptive force, especially when it is embodied in a more or less permanent structure. Whether we find this metaphored in the dynamic, almost ominous construct of the Engineering Build- ing ' s new orange Hickey, or in the imposing, monolithic order of Galvin, home of the Pre-Med factory, it is in sharp contrast to the wood-adorned neo-Renaissance building that is the symbol of Notre Dame. Even the library, the silo whose grain is that more delicious and bitter food of learning, is flat and almost too perfect. Yet the image on its great facade is one of hope; and it is my hope that we will move forward on the straight path, and that the halo, along with the lady, will continue to shine. -Greg Young Editor, DOME 78 Edifices 333 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Bill Gaudreau: cover art. Prof. Robert Leader: cover slide and inspiration. Mary Lou Walsh: artwork. Notre Dame Magazine: photos, pp. 2,7. Doug Christian: Cotton Bowl photos. De Groff Studios: Dancin ' Irish photos Lawrence E. Carter: Title Page Art God Bless the Observer Staff! Thanks to: Ed, Tom, Jana, Anne, Terri, Linda, Kathy, Linda, Ken, Pete, Bro. John, Phil, Pig, J.C., Sue, Bro. Frank, Mrs. Carter, Enrique, Ted, Patricia, Terry, Dave, Duck, Jeff and a host of others. Special thanks to: P.J., Don, Mary, Jean, Bill, Mark, Tim, Al, Joyce, and Mr. Joe Cupp. This book owes a lot to Lisa. " A writer ' s job is to turn fact into truth. " (Edward Albee). I hope we ' ve done that. 334 Edifices fdificcs 335 336 Ediiices WALSWORTH Mircrlinr M I S A


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