University of Oklahoma - Sooner Yearbook (Norman, OK)

 - Class of 1951

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University of Oklahoma - Sooner Yearbook (Norman, OK) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 286
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First Roii;, left to right: Pierre liuzad, Bob Gramarossa, Lou Bouchard, Jose Caballero, Jim Coldwell, Jaime Lopez, Anita Eischeid, Rosemary Magner, Tom Tolleson. Si((iiul Rij ' u:: George Moriarty, Jean Baldwin, Delores Kozak, Mary Crites, Jean Walsh, Kathy Scanlon, Suzanne Looper, Father Dolan, Father Hallisey, Dr. Ruggiers, Marie Newman, Joan Fischer, Nancy Turcott, Barbara Anthony, Patti Pike, Pat McDermott. ThirJ Roiv: Bill Heckenkemper, Jack Coniielly, Marion Carter, Tom Kenne > , Mary Linn King, Mary Hutchinson, Judy Burtschi, Rahey Funk, Margarite Hanly, Jacky Fennessey, Esther Henry, Pat Dierker, Nick Heflin, Joy Butler, Jerry Glahn, Ed Kolakowski, Danny DelCiello, Maureen Mulvey, Anne Moore, Frank DiGrappa, Tom Holland, John Murphy. Fourth Roiv: Jim Stafford, Theresa Unzer, Marie Nolan, Mary Frances Swanda, Walter Brady, Jim (Jorman, Lou Ann Wardian, Joe Krieger, Boh Le- Blanc, Margaret Loftus, Felipe Bartolome, Bob Quinnett, Alan Coldwell, Sal Canonico, Harrv O ' Brvan, John Plake, Steve Doiiohue, Marv Ellen Brown, John Laflin, Archie Lindsay, Bill Medley. Fifth Roijc: Sam Laws, Jack Blankcnship, Francis O ' Neill, Jack Spitsen, Charles Boeckman, CJene Mathews, Tom Rheinberger, Phil Connelly, Jim O ' Rourke, John Spaapen, Jim \ ' anderbeck, Henry Lynch, John \Ielnyk, John Maughn, Don Leehan. Officers for the first semester were: Jim Cold- well, president; Mary Ellen Brown, 1st vice-presi- dent; Anne Moore, 2nd vice-president; Rabey Funk, 3rd vice-president; George Moriarty, treas- urer; Jack Connelly, corresponding secretar) ' ; Maureen Mulvey, recording secretary. Officers for the second semester ere: Lou Bouchard, president; Mary F. Swanda, 1st vice- president; Tom Holland, 2nd vice-president; John Laflin, 3rd vice-president; Bob Gramarossa, treas- urer; Gene Matthews, secretary. This organization has taken its name from the great English educator and convert of the last cen- tury, John Henry Cardinal Newman. Believing with him that education should develop a man for achieving the ultimate aim in life, and that religion is essential to this development, a group of Catholic students organized the Newman movement to sup- plement the education of Catholic students in secu- lar colleges and imiversities. The Newman Club of the University of Oklahoma is one of four hundred affiliated clubs throughout the world. The New- man idea is to deepen the spiritual and enrich the temporal lives of Catholic students by a program of religious, intellectual and social activities. ]\Iembers of the Newman Club hear speakers who are selected from the best qualified clergy and laity of the diocese. The club sponsors a three-day retreat, daily Mass and nightly Rosary. The spir- itual director of the club is Father Joseph Hallissey. Social activities include parties, hay rides and so- cial hours after each meeting. Communion break- fasts are held each month. Membershiii in the Newman Club is not re- stricted, and attendance at any meeting is open to all interested. NEWMAN CLUB Page 278

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