University of Portland - Log Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1956

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The rhodendron, azalea, and caniellia bushes which make the campus so beau- tiful in s p rin g a r e a result of his untiring efforts. Fresh flowers on the chapel altar and in many of the offices are an indication- of Brother's thoughtfulness, B rothe r Ferdinand ha s earned degrees in engineering and in architecture and was instructor for several years at Notre Dame. Until his retire- nient two ye ar s ago, he was associate professor of engineering at this University. Now his activities revolve chiefly around the gardens and lawns, where he is frequently to be seen working in his character- istic old clothes. In honor of this gentle man of the gardens, who illustrates so well in his daily life the simple vi r tu e s and quiet humility which best lead rn en to God, we dedicate the 1956 LOG to ...... BROTHER FERDINAND MOSER, C. S. C. u ' s , . ' , ' xr-X s. -' QI' -57. , ' . - 7 f my X S4 PHOTOQRAP 4! E55 7 2 7 get me oee with clear eyeo the patte r 05 thin world, 4 ,J In summer gold or winter gray, the buildings and campus of the Uni- versity linkthe past, the future, and the ever-important present into a meaningful whole. The contrast between the util- itarian simplicity of buildings con- structed in recent y e a 1' s and those dating from the first year of the University symbolizes the constant changing of methods u s e d to teach unchanging truths. Always, whether in high vaulted sanctuary or snow-soft glen the fact of God's presence is manifest. r "' 02 A scene from "The Lady is Not for Burning. " give me unalerotandin ally .... To th e newly-arrived students, the faculty members are only some- what less incomprehensible than the involved s c he dul e of classes and academic requirements. Inevitably, the freshman consults with his ad- viser. His life at the University has begun. As time passes, studies demand a devotion he has not known before and in learning to discipline himself for study, he learns to discipline himself for living. fab' 3174, ,, : ' .Le .. v, Ferriel McKinney in a light mood during Campus Day. and the gi t o laughter .... Eldine Bozich finds time for quiet talk. K 11 k?'Wf1 - 'v'I2f2"!-U -r . 12. get me know my brother, 5 in M Q --. l'. ,, uv, , s egg Unbelievably, the day of graduation comes to be no longer a matter of years, months, or of weeks even-it is reckoned in days and hours. In mid-May, the AFROTC unit parades and annual awards are given to the outstanding cadets. In the quiet of their chapel, graduating nurses offer a final prayer as students. 14 Before he received an honorary degree from the University Dennis Day heard Mass and received Holy Corn rnunion with his fath er and mother. get m e x be ree and A graduating AFROTC cadet 6 t r O n is awarded a token of merit. 15 1.1 X , 'X . Q . I V ' nib 1' V 1190 1 H d J K C L1tt. D. , P esident S .117 T. 1' 3- 1,-' ,-"'I':.N- xii- Vice-President Father Paul E. Waldschmidt's duti e s c oinc i de closely with those of the President, since he i s second in authority at the University. He acts as exec- utive head in the ab s enc e of the President. He has char ge of stu- dent activity policies and is chair- man ofthe Board ofAthletic Control. Rev. Paul E. Waldschrnidt, C. S. C., S. T. D. Vice-President me emdewtmadiag of fully-- Father Joseph S. McGrath, Dean of the Faculties, serves a s liaison official among the colleges and s cho ol s of the University. He C o o 1' di n a t e s the administratio n officers and faculty members, pre- pares the catalog and faculty direc- tory, and determines the teaching loads of professors. Administra- tion of commencement and granting of scholarships also come under his jurisdiction. Rev. Joseph S. McGrath, C. S. C.. Ph. D Dean of the Faculties ,zo Dean of Men Father Joseph S Powers who combines his office with that of Director of Discipline, supervises all men students and approves housing for off c ampus boarders He assists students who seek advice for personal guidance problems and metes out discip linarv measures Mffewof Mary Margaret Dundore, M. A. Dean of Women E55 Rev JosephS Powers, C S C M A Dean of Men Miss Mary Margaret Dundore youngest Dean of Women in the nation, supervises the living quar ters and discipline for women stu- dents who reside off campus, out- side of the nursing home Her ac- tivities include the encouragement of character and leadership in coeds and she approves specialrecreations and extracurricular functions where women are concerned. 21 0 I Q. Rev. Thomas LaPine, C. S. C. M. A. Registrar Arnold B. Peterschmidt, B. Com. Sc. Controller Leo A. Walsh, B. A. Treasurer et' Zfzotlefz, 1 A. Wayne Durrell Director of Adxnissions 22 Peter L. Ford, B. S. Director of Public Relations WW Rev Thomas? Jones C S C PhD Prefect of Religion MA Rev ErwmW Orkzszewskx C S C M A Dxrectox' of Student Welfare EdmnndF Fxene B S Dxrector of Athletxcs Bernard T Walls Dxrector of Veterans Affazrs 23 Rev Johnl Hocyboer C S C M A Rector of St J'oseph's Hall Rev L1oydW Teske C S C M S Rector of Chnstxe Hall , ' . ' .1 n - 1 ,..:' ,-I, ' H. " ma, E If . i V A , . ' . . . . , . . . . . ' , Y . . , -, , 1 . l L., . aff. as-., Arlene W. Allen Rev. James G. Anderson, C. S, C, NUl'Si!1g Chemistry -led Wie ee 70654 Syed Louis P. Artau Louis Bauer, Jr. Adrian Bezdechi Music Engineering Music i Beulah H. Bufnxam Blondel H. Carleton Rev. Jeromzgiosgglli. C. S. C. Education Zoology 24 Rev. John T. Biger, C. S. C. Rev. William A. Botzum, C. S. C Foreign Languages Psychology Pau-ma E. cody Cain- Lgifgignigleman Library Rev. William J. Coughlin, C. S. C. Mathematics Donald A. Dierks Mu sic Dai3YE1lman. R. N. Nursing Philippe R. De La Mare Music ng 74.4 wuz Rev. William T. Duffy, C. S. C. Mathematics Susie B. Emmons Education Father Gavin and the Honorable Fred Petersen, Mayor of Portland, during Campus Day. Rev. George L. Dum. C. S. C. Mary Margaret Dundore Dorothy D. Eggert, R. N. Philosophy Music Nursing Leonid Enari Mary D. Fite Rev. James A. Fogarty, C. S. C Chernistry Psychology Social Science 25 Rev. David H. Fosselman, C. S. C. Rev. Michael J. Gavin, C. S. C, Social Science Philosophy Rev, Francis P- Goo! ul C. S. C. Rev. walter Goff, C. S' C' Louis Artau, Dean of Music, and Clayton Hare, new orchestra conductor, at Faculty Engineering History I Mathilde Grunow Opal T. Hagenbuck Rev. Charles F. Hamel, C. S. C. Clayton F. Hare Francis E. Harrington Nursing Nursing Religion Music Buginela Admin. 1 .ne - V- ,Q Ernest Hayes Rev. Oscar R. Hentges, C. S. C. Go,-don E, Higginson Rev. Cornelius Hooyboer, C. S. C. Rev. John Hooyboer, C. S. C. Education German Psychology English English 26 Rev. Thomas A. Kelly, C. S. C. Languages Capt. Wiley F. James, Jr. Rains 0. Jaskar Religion Political Science Rev. Thomas G. LaPine, C. S. C. Education W rren S. MacGregor Rev James J Leahy C S C Gertrude M. Lee Rev. Gregory J. Lombardo, C. S. C. Philip Loprinzi 5' . Phxlosophy Nursing Religion Business Admin. Chermstry Mary c. Mack Timothy F. Maginnis B1-0. David Marcin c 5 C Capt- Fr2dM2ffi11 Library Business Admin. Library . . . . Air Science Rev. Archibald M. Mc.Dowe11, C. S. C. Wi11iam,L- M.CGe0rge James C. NfcGreevey Rev. Charles C. Miltner, C. S. C Ph11090PhY 51 Religion Engineering Psychology Philosophy Barney Walls. Director of Veterans Affairs. Rev. John A. Molter, C. S. C. Harold W- MOYTU 5552,-me Education Rev. Peter F. Mueller, C. S. C. Virginia'Mue11ef Languages NUTUUE ":'."ff Francxel-i Murphy Rev ArthurW Near C S C Engxneerxng History k Economics Albertli' Neg:-atn Rev Mxchae1G O'Bz'1en C S C Physxcal Educ Enghsh GUY Eugene onver Le. CD1 Raymond F owen Speech 81 Drama Al, Smence Father Fosselman shares a humorous mcxdent wlth Mr and Mrs Kermit Shafer durxng Faculty Receptxon Rev E W Orkxszewslu C S C Hmstory Harriet E Opburn James C Othus Marie Ouellette Nursmg Englneenng Speech 31 Drama Benuce L Orwxg Nursmg Paul E Ouellette Speech 81 Drama , J ' 2 u Q! . . . 1 u u r 5 A Williarn C. 1?he1an Isabella Curl Piana Engineering Music English Barbara G. Quickstad Rev. Maurice S. Rigley, C. S. C. Rose Mary Ruebelman Nursing English Nursing Rev. Raymond A. Pieper. C. S. C. Rev. Joseph L. Powers, C. S. C. History Persis Rutledge Nursing 4 i F I I I l , I , I --. v, 1 W Caroline H. Ryan Edward J. Sandstrom Library Business Admin. Charles H. Savage, Jr. Business Admin- Edward Sandatrom, Dean of Business Administration, advises a new student during 30 Rev. John W. Scheberle. C. S. C. Melvin J. Setvin English Engineering 4 : ,A- vi "- '.:..: 5 ft: H A ' Kermit M. Shafer Speech Sc Drama Maj. Gerald R. Shrawder Air Science Kurt H. Siecke Merle A. Starr Gertrude E. Stickney F1-ankgh Stfange Engineering Physics Library ! n 1 w A v n I NL H Rev. Robert H. Sweeney, C. S. C. Philosophy P sychology Rev. Richard A. Terry, C. S. C. Psychology -aa : , f.- i ' v UU9 Rev. Lloyd W. Teske, C. S, C, English W lg? .V nl! , - w V . , I Michael w. Tichy Wilbur S- William- Physicm Educ. , Ensihefrins Father Jones distributing Holy Communion during the annual Student Retreat at the beginning of the School year. Bro. Godfrey Vauallo. C. S. C. Wuhan Q' wnum 4 Physicl Chemistry Paul E. Wack Spanish Nu-ciao W. Zancanella Physics p Allen H. Adams. Business Admin. Omi E. Blankenship Physical Educ. , Rev. Clarence R. Durbin, C. S, C, Economics Edwin S. Zollk Rev. Ambrose J. Wheeler, C. S. C. Psychology Biology 32 Sgt. Ivan F. Adams Air Science . ' w 1 1 Sgt. Weldon Buster Ray O. Gantz Robert E. Glennen Air Science Psychology Physical Educ. Sgt. Wilbert J. Kangas Air Science '?eZZaw4 Thoma s Knight Psychology Matthew B. Kraus Psychology Sgt. William R. Pendergnu Air Science John M. Lamb Psychology bmw. Brother Godfrey Vassallo, C. S. C. , acting as Sgt. Eugene H. Schnqidt Marshal for the Faculty Procession before the Air Science Opening Day Mass. 33 , a , I l I I - l CGLLEGES ,eff r fl i,,ff'?'H' ji ffl '-' M HIQW .4 PM if i l l' f 'Aff 21' ' ,.. 'Q' , ,iq : ilu ' y ul' ' :H 'Y-1 I 9 12 1 H ' Y ei wig. ..QA.,., 5 qw..- 1 Vis' ev. John W. Scheberle, Dean In the tradition of the liberal arts program, the undergraduate seeks to discover the inter re - latedness of all knowledge through courses in such subjects as history, litera- ture, philosophy, e c on o - mics, languages and basic science. Later he special- izes in his field of parti- cular interest, where he learns to applythe theories andprinciples in his stud- ies to make his own life fuller and richer. agldamz 1-im John Atherton during a coffee break with Fathers' Near, Boyle and O'Brien. af ff Qfil I , Q .Viz H The Horschach test reveals much about the student to Dr. Higginson of the psychology department. West Hall--vintage 1897. l ,ete 1 Father Boyle explains the composition of being to his cos- mology class. Photo: S.C. Chien -ar Qrstx., 'L"'3bv.. ...M A welcome break between classes. The busy world of finance today calls for educated men to lead in the production and distribution of goods for human needs. In the College of Business Admini stration, s tu d e nts learn the complexities of modern economy and the principles governing the business world. Along with skills in accounting, ope- ration of business machi- nes, and knowledge of in- dustrial laws, the college strives to instill the basic rules of ethics and justice into the study of trade and commerce. QV5' me a o Edward J. Sandstfom Dean The hoard for business ad announce- ments was a focal point on the second floor of West Hall. The upper she lve s of economics were a long stretch for Tommy Kang. Outside, snow. Inside, warm discussion of high finance led by Dean Sandstrom. 39 T37 - u 5' A vigil ' gg A t eg ,Q is Q, fi, 1 Photo: s.c. Chien 40 The miracle of God's c Wilson Sometimes strange things took place students could testify. ff is sometimes discovered in a microscope. D-DD-E .--n sn important part of a chemistry experiment. as occasional startled Hours spent over test-tubes and texts, microscopes and s c al e s, serve to prepare the science student for his part in the exacting world of technical achievement. In the laboratories of Sci- e n c e H a 1 1, students acquire the training in precision and perseverance necessary for specialized work. Together with his knowledge of material achievement, he gains deeper spiritual v alu e s through his additional courses in t he liberal arts fields. Rev. James G. Anderson, D e a. n ' W i air "pri 'Q :1.Q,',.,f- Q ' V Q - '.:f4,..s:g.1.n ' it .H 1 p p C.S C One of the most truly Christian of all professions, nursing today is a combination of many s ki ll s and techniques along with the warmth and understanding of a social wor- ker. At St. Vincent's Hospital, stu- dents are trained in the traditions of divine charity andin modern me- thods of caring for the sick. ister Ernestine Marie, F. C. S. P. Dean ' 'A .4-if Student nurses learn to keep At the Christmas party 51 T.w I xr, ws A . ,L- fa-,5-i-..J ff I an straight in the new records room at St. Vincent's. I ev. John J. Hooyboer. C.S Regent Helen Fix Social Director n, 'F W w Q V' ,4 43 A patient's tray is measured out by pretty Darlene Jensen in the dietetic kitchen. g as , 52 Wilbur S. Williams Dean Hoping to become the bui 1 d e r s of civilization, the engineers study 1 ong hours on drafting, materials and mathematics, for the are the basics of their chosen profession.. In the modern Engineering building, they work in the labor- atories and shops with sliderules and special apparatus, acquiring the knowledge necessary to f ul - fill their ambitions to build for humanity. 44 " "" r r 1 v , f f B I I vv A N, -.1 V A 4 'l I w 1 . Q- 1 ,J'.f.mgig, i-ing' 51, r:gn:,1',n.'r4i' ,"' in .X j -: . Lf- ' iv , ' ,V I qt ,Z ' ,-.,,, Litre ,Y 1 1 4 X 1 Q I ! ,, q , . - , , ,. V , C, . 1 r OJ J 'rex 1 I r Q ,, M , I 1 1 u I .4 11 .yv ,- ,Q 5 -i:.f.-lv - M X I -7- --.TM ,ig ,....'-'rv "' r ' x fr 4 .5212 Shadows of afternoon across the Englneerxng Bmldlng Surveyrng rn sunny weather was one of the pleasanter chores Sophomore draftsmen concentrate on precision drawmg Photo S C Chien 3 Louis P. Artau' Dean The low white wings of Music Hall resound through the day with voices and violins, pianos and piccolos. 46 Under the kind but firm instruction of Madam Piana, students sing with poise and musician- ship. As a separate and complex art, music holds its own in the educational set-up of the University. In the long white building at the west end of the campus, students learn the techniques of instrumental and vocal performance, and the rules of har- mony, counterpoint and c o m p o s i tio n . They take part in a va ri ed program of recitals, workshops and broadcasts while studying to become the music-makers of tomorrow. Mr. Hare's string class made valiant attemps to understand vibrato, pizzicato, and third position, but alas 47 Col. Raymond F. O'Nei Commandant 0 140: ' Eyes to the future, colors bold against a grey sky, vigilance is the price of freedom 48 The young man preparing for citizen - ship finds it necessary to be grounded in modern technology and military adrnini- stration, for upon these rest our system of defense in an uncertain and tense world. Undergraduates in air-force blue are now a familiar sight on the campus, where they r e c e i ve instruction in aeronautics an d tactical science from regular officers of the Air Force. Pressed and shined in the military tradition, and with flags flyi n g , they drill to the accompaniment of the band on the long field at the end of the c a m p u s . The L ink trainer gives c E1 d e t s, a c h a n c e to learn the con- trols The r a nk s s h o w e d re- sults a ff e r hours ofdrill. Photo: Tom Duncan ACTIVITIES 515. , ' , 1- L, - T., ., ,UT A'-.zap .fv'fl?Ss VE- Wm. ,Nm Ryu" 0 ,X L fs I , -':n':'rsea5 -. ' """'J.f 5 -a. -i -41-r-:QA " ' 4-nun? 22 ' .X Fx, -si.. -4 V 1- . 1 wi. . F was ,' 1 sin f " -5 . 'Q la i ' 355 E' - -w V A 5 f' -u I Q - rf ' , .if I 1 ii- A 'W QE! . ,,. .-fig, .I isis?-V- - 2 -X H N.: af' Q ian. 4 vf Y bt -I 'x ' . f .K Q x K , '. 'H-an 4? ' ., ' 1 2 .1 f.. 1 E.. 4 W 4 1 lx '5 I X5! ' - - 1 f .1 F' k X LQ.. The days of reg1strat1on represent the student's new acqua1ntance 1nto the world of the Un1vers1ty Perplexlng matters such as class schedules grade po1nt averages, semester hours, and tL11t1on come to be an mtegral part of the da11y vocabulary and 11fe Long l1nes form and 1n the t1'easurer's Off1C6 can be heard cr1es of real or 1mag1ned pa1n as monetary settlements are made But f1na11y all 1S completed and 11fe has begun Addlng up fees for the semester requlred Concenlratlon Dennls Dwyer lends a helpmg hand to freshman Betty Dettman Q - . - 1 . 3 .n - . . ' s . n 3 - Q . - . . . ". . , . g 1 At the beginning of each school year, clas se s are dismissed and students take time our frombusy schedules to meditate on eternal truths. Unde r the careful guidance of a Retre at Master, the students pre- pare themselvegs for the comi ng year through Prayer. They know that once the round of classes has begun, there is a danger that many thing s will be forgotten. Rather than rish forgetting God, they take thi s time to enshrine Him in their hearts as their ultimate goal. Father Fosse1man's lectures gave material for meditation. Retreatants found the period of introspection refreshing. At a dramatic moment during Mass, Father Fosselman blesses the students. The trip to the grotto gave students a chance to view religious sculptures. 55 ga q W sw--' ff, 3,4-Q, F015 -,vi Farmyard coed and partner at the Bam Dance. Strawbonnettes Ann Foley Flashes a winsome smile. 0 Zena ii" Ray Arrigotti samples pumkins and apple cider To the old-time sounds like "Swing Your Podner" and "A1lerna,nde Left, " the Engineers Club held its Bar n Dance. 74a Womm '74 '2 7a Pay -,gk 5 i , L ., wy-- I 3, . 1 ' .6 , if 1 .i r Tete a tete over the punch bowl. ,Io Fossati and Jerry Doyle pause for refreshment. A fine new American custom that has found a Welcoming home on the University Carn- pus is the TWIRP DANCE. 57 if-L .12 2 72 Ras 'Eggs eesaiffifiw, JE?-HL V Vim... --,,-M .-...,..r,,. Carnival humor for a twopence. Designed by the Associated Stu- dents as a means of raising money for improvement of recreation fac- ilities and operation of the Student Council, the annual Carnival is one of the events most looked forward to by the students and friends of the University. Straight from the horses mouth--David Kehrli and 'Bob Beazley start the glue pot boiling in Veteran's Race Race Horse Keno. J A ae ,iff L M I i Y ww ? .J gf. tE12f?:2 58 Y. 'T mf m ff' WS, A "' - ' . Q1 The fickle finger of fate flows on. Drama majors, Fred McNamara, Mary Murphy, Shirley Chrisman, fabovel and Marylu Dulcich fright! offer Carnival goers satire and rest for tired feet. The spirit of Homecoming rises in whirls of kero- sene smoke. On to the bonfire! I Portland split Homecoming highlight 1 to 1 with Seattle Chieftans. FIRST GAME pa ZZ 62 Seattle ZZ 59. SECOND GAME pa'u!Zcmal7! 77 Seattle ZZ 574 The dancers edge their way till the opening Olympian gates of dawn. The bucaneers of P.U. prepare to blast away from their tideland perch. e r c t.if.a 'C n f- 4 a A JL .e - Sheila Linn smiles benignly as er court goes into session. Burning torches and excited students and old grads welcomed the annual Homecoming cel- ebration' and the chance to play another chapter in the traditional rivalry between the University and Seattle U. will . Photo: B b Ch 7 - Royal smiles highlighting the Biology ball are, ffrom leftl Princesses Diane Vardanega, Peggy Brunkow, Dorothy Stevensg Queen Barbara Heillyg Princesses Barbara Brown and Nancy Rivers. I '5' 'a ga!! ,W W ,,,-,,,, One of the principal events o f the social calendar is the annual bi ol o gi s t s Club ball. This year, just before Christ- mas holidays, the social func- tion Was constructed a 1' ound the theme "Silver Bells. " , , ,,,-M,.. MQ fi ai. gif- , M , Over 100 couples d a n c e d to the music of Jerry McClelland. 62 The sun over Christe Hall in time t csee the Campus day.court, Father Fossel- man, and the Lamb. l In early spring, time comes for abrief respite from c l a s s e s and study. Gampus Day is welcomed by students and faculty alike as a time for relaxation and fun. Beginning with Mass in memory of those former students who have died defending this nation, the day rapidly becomes memorable. Emma Duff Graceful acts of the musical revue accompany lunch on the bluff. Sally Beumeler, alias Nat King Cole. Opponentfs dresses and wigs add to Eldine Bozich's "one and a half" base hits. 63 Photo: Tom Duncan Members of the Mitchell Rifles formed a sabre arch for the court and escorts. Little Colonel, Jane, managed a smile for the photographer after the surprise of Coro- nation. Her court is Juanita Brooks, Jo Fossati, Louann Thornton and Marylu Peter- son. 3466 M il i ta r y uniforms and evening gown s are order dress when the annual Military Ball is held. One of the principal social events of the year, the dance is an opportunity for the AFROTC cadets to demon- strate their proficiency on the dance floor. This year, more than one thou- sand people attended the dance, held in the Palais Royale ball room, and danced to the music of Harry James and his orchestra. Highlight of the evening was the coronation of the "Little Colonel" by Major General Rilea. Entrance of the "Little Colonel" and her court was made through an hhnor guard of white-gloved, sabre- Wielding cadets from the Mitchell Rifles. f,ss W 64 .J ,-'- ,E .. , , X V , . V f' ZINA Z . ggi -I , I lf, r, ,y ' ,H- w . ' :L -, .. Little Colonel, Jane Dickman, received her royal tiara from Major Gener Thomas Rilea, commander of the Oregon National Guard. fLeftl Cadet Colonel John Lamkin guides his queen to the music of Harry James and his orchestra. 65 W RE FLECTION Time, gift and threat, I-las determined that I must go , , , From these quiet hills, The celebratlon of the D1vme A-nd this green land Gifts for the scholars honor. Into 3, World unsought by ITIS. In this last moment I pause To feel the cool, caressing breeze Of Spring and peace. Something of this time Will be With me Until the end. --James W. Foley The symbol of the fatherland echoes the triumph of the. future. 66 , 11,1 ,p5,,..: ,. The graduates go forward for the presentation of the colors. gi, 1 Vzskwg , ggimrlsii, j 1 1 , ' Q H 111! 111111 ' Q,iw? . W M111, 1 11111111111 1 1U 1 1 . Z2 H ' y.25,?g'1 NM 11N 1 X N11!,.,,11!1111! 111 " 1 1 1"1 1 ' 1 - 5, ' "1 "11 1 '1 1' ' '1'1111 gy' " 1' 1 111!! 11' 11 1 1 -H X1 1"1" 'Q 1 1' 1 1 ' 1' '1 1 fx? Q 1 1' 1 11551.55 1. 1 x kia- '01 Nt. fn 4: u ""'f- u 'I 13.2-ff -" ,,.. r A A J ,1. 1 , . - -if ,.-aj, I 4 ,,..,h:gv..: ni" ' 1, - V A x H I A 1 I, 5, A X ' ! ,, ,f , 1...U -- L, 7.1 I, --Y'1.g5f,' M , , , V , A15 ii 0 The UniversMW'Orchestra,underthebaion of Clayton Hare, appeared in concert in March and planned a second symphony program in May Music fr om these performances were trans- cribed.and replayed on carnpus over the loud- speakers. ly' 'Ecumf Y T h e Concert Band, di r e c te d b y Donald Dierks, played a concert in Education Hall in mid-March. Featured were Works of modern c omp o s e 1' s together with the brass choir and Woodwind quintette composed of members oi the Band. A Spring concert was also scheduled. U leaf The Mixed Chorus, under the direction ofMary Margaret Dundore, gave a recital of traditional and mode rn Christmas music in Dec- ember, app e a r e d with the Junior Symphony in April and made two television appearances over local stations Clayton Hare, violinist. 116464 Clayton Hare and Adrian Bezdechi appeared in concerts during the year. Both are teachers in the University's School of Music in addition to being recognized c on c e r t artists. M r. I-Ia r e was accompanied by his wife, Dorothy Swetnam. Adrian Bezdechi, pianist fr i 1 I 9 4 , . 1 31 -'fl : 'I' Sy! A LaVem Butts, pianist lf, ., 135, T r I , 3,9 'L' g 'N " , e Gerald Rodgers, drama , lr - 'HY if x L finial ..'f. si 1 .1 'Y-3 Bernadine Holden, drama 71 ' eccltazlc Andrejs Kurmins, bass Normajeanne Leistiko, drama Photos: Philippe De La Mare :hd 5 ' ' A ' L S. lx ion The University Theatre's year began with the offering of "Androcles and the Lion" by George Bernard Shaw. i Actually a burlesque on the y Romans and early Christians "Androcles" his a satirical sting behind the fast-moving comedy. Utilizing the full stage with an expressioriistic set, the large cast Won en- thusiastic applause, Conversion comes hard in this scene with -lack DOHHMSOH, Jerry Rodgers, Dave Kratz. Marylu Dulcich as The L ion and Dick Bailey as Androcles. B . 72. Photo: Philippe De La Mare E 1 ,jx W, ,.- 5, ,A ,. , . . .',- " j ' V, . I .,f - ,. 'X . I. . 4 " -1 !'...1. , a The hilarious story of three excaped convicts was offered fo r the Christmas sea s on . S o Ifl e excellent characteriza- tions and bits of imaginative stage business made "My Three Angels" outstanding. Ed Van Aelstyn, the third "Angel." Shirley Chrisman With two of the "Angels," Fred McNamara and Tony Piazza. Mix' We 73 1444 0455, 'six win 1.EK'i-5-h ff an Q-A 4 -. " ,Q K? 51- ,5f'gLf7-Quzz , Mary Murphy as'l Jennet Jourdemayne. I Photo: Phllnppe De La Mare Christopher Fry"s witty and unusual comedy, "The Lady's Not for Burning, " was second on the Theatre slate. In arena style staging, the settings, de- signed by Kermit Shafer, made brilliant use of color, and avoided the bare look of many arena productions by split lev- els and corner pillars. The play demanded much from both actors and audience in the in- terpretation of Fry's beautiful and .intellectual verse. Gerald Rodgers as Thomas Mandip The Lady accused. 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Foley Editor Dolores J. Foley Co-Editor Rodney M. Allaw del Behind the green curtains in the pub- lications office tables piled high with picture s , make-up pages, and copy sheets, the log staff put the yearbook together. Scissors, pencils, rulers, T- squares, and trimmers added to the clut- ter. Undermanned as usual, the staff spent long hours after school and during Easter vacation to get the book out on time. Nurnberless cups of coffee, aspiiin tablets, and occasional short tempers at- tested to the tension of deadlines, but there was laughter, too, over odd pictures and unintentionally funny copy. Paste- smeared hands, cut fingers from the t r imm e r , headaches, and minor explo- sions were commonplace, but frequentpuns and homespun philosophy lightened the work. In retrospect it was known that the LOG staff had enjoyed its work. aY Photographer 81 Assoc. Editor Tom Duncan Photography Rev. Comelius A. Hooyboer, C.S.C. Advisor Dennis McGrath Art Bob Chien Photography 80 . , -,,,- .' ' ' , A ,' -.' - " . L "N",- ', -f .f Q "-- V '- . uw ..V. i 'ii Q, Ed Van Aels tyn Make-up The Staff: John Atherton, Deanna Jenkinson, Bob Chien, Ed Van Aelstyn, Dennis McGrath, Tom Duncan, Ann Foley, Rev. Cornelius Hooyboer, James Foley and Dolores Foley. fnot pictured? Betty Dettman and Tom Lovcik. e new Z'wz:gcm!Z9,- gaakwcwafoae, Ann Foley Copy Editor Foley was surprised one day by a visit from the President. Aboveir Fathers Kenna and Hooyboer listen somewhat dubiously, to an explanation, 81 Arlene Gowinski Editor Rev. Lloyd W. Teske, C.S.C Advisor Joan Cleary News Editor The Staff: Ann Foley, Bob Peterson, Bruce Cudd, David Kratz, Vincent Schile, Barbara Deklotz. 82 John Chrisman Feature Editor Father Teske occasionally had to assume command. The usual Pilot House din is quieted, and students sit half-hidden behind news- print every other Friday at nonn, when the BEACON comes out. The campus news- paper is intended to be a source of infor- mation, entertainment, and controversy, promoting school activities and reviewing student performances. The fifteen issues of the paper took on a definite feminine note under the leader- ship of Arlene Gowinski, fi r s 1: woman editor, with additions of society news and anonymous feature article s. A1 Allaway Photographer Larry Shaw Sports Editor Ed Van Aelstyn Editor Rev. Maurice S. Rigley Advisor The PREFACE , Uni- versity literary m a g a - zine, published is s ue s in Winter and Spring. A cross-section of contributions included an essay on liberal ed- ucation by Gust Kanas, a war story by Con Hassel, light humor by Bill Rooney, la psycho- logical study by .Tim Foley, and poetry by Ann Foley, John Chris- man, Tim Kremers, and Anne Douthit. James W. Foley Theatre Editor Spring 77 The color of this day, today, IS canary Wings-- Softly inclined to spatter, Bright agaist the sky, droplets of Joy from my pool of Peace. The color of this clay, today, Is daffodils-- Lightly caressing the Fingers if morning breeze, come To refresh their breasts Of innocence. The color of this day, today, Is flames-- White candles praying in Silence for hope, and for love, At the midnight altar of the Virgin. The color of this day, today, Today! Sings in all things given to me To see, to touch, to know! The color of this day, little one, Is you. - - ed van aelstyn Ann Foley Assist. Editor Jeremy Tansey Theatre Editor Fa KDZZ? Providing an oppo 1'- tunity for students to become acquainted with the practiices and pro- cedures of-radio station operation, KDUP's pro- grams were interesting and informative. Dick Baldrica Gen. Manager Guy E. Oliver Advisor The Staff: Ron Arnold, Pat Monaghan, Bob Gortmaker Dennis Kalotay, Bruce Cudd, Paul Dillard, Larry Shaw, Dimitre Glotz, Craig Hamble IOII. John Lang, Bernadine Holden, Tony Piazza Dick Weatherford, Bob Coggin. Joe Daley President 1452579 Gary McGill Treasurer ei! V ,p, L U- 5 Q1 Mike Strong ' Vice-President ri' W gn ' A 'rf iff' ' Dorothy Stevens Secretary 5 r x T 7 e T Nix, 1,1 . ' Rev. Erwin Orkiszewski -Advisor 86 The major part of the stu dent counc1l's respons1b111ty 11es 1n admlnlsterlng funds W- .r collected from each student at reg1strat1on for the purpose of prov1d1ng entertalnment at dances, soclal gather-1ngs,and Nr ll convocatlons Arlene Gowlnskr Beacon Edxtor James W Foley Log Edltor Mllt MCMCHZIDID Cono Dxrec tor Zz Offwca Mem Don Graham Rally Squad Representatlve The Councll Delene Sealy Arlene Gowlnskr Dorothy Stevens Gary McGill Dlno Regmato Joe Daley Chuck Schaefer John Westermann Bernl e Whlte Mllt McMenam1n Joe Berg Roger Becker Don Graham Mlke Strong Eldlne Bozlch Jlm Foley l 87 . , l 1 X - . , A I ,X , , I l , ww. ' 1 , . ff 12 :J lub eg were ' Y 1 A :E f f' tiff W' 'i ,- . . ,.,. ,V N 53 I ' .gashfg . , D R K 'ffl ef! f, 2. , -, Q1 FT? - j, . Pav 'U . ' I' rv. -. .I -A 0 I .- . ' D . 1 3 . I I I 1 ' : 1 I .! ! . I . - 1 9 9 , ! 7 7 7 l 1 l ' l V V ' I - l Eldine Bozich President All coeds are automatically eligible for AWS, the Associated Women Students This organization, one of the most active on campus, scheduled a. full andbusy year, beginning with the now-traditional welcome social for new women students. A doughnut sale in October provided funds for the well-attended Twirp dance, a candy sale helped with expenses for the annual orphans' Christmas party. ,Rou- lette and a cake sale were featured in the Carnival. The year was rounded offwith a parent-faculty tea, the living rosary in May , and a car wash fund-raising cam- paign for their scholarship. Gloria Granata Vice President Jo F ossati Secretary Joan Cleary ' Therese Lavagegto ,Mary Margaret Du dore Sgt. at Arms Advisor 88 199 2, if I 5 ab In its seventh year as an organized group, the Inter-Club Council composed of representatives from the four classes and the various campus clubs, servesas a coordinating group for club activities. To this group goes the job of alloting dance dates and meeting places for all campus groups and the responsibility of new campus organizations. The Council meets once each week with the Director of Student Welfare to discuss student-planned programs. Mike Strong l I ' Chairman The Council: Bob Groggin, Mary Emerick, Dante Daltoso, Joe Berg, Rinda Tozzi, Jerry Justin, Robert DeWar, Pat Rooney Louis Knori, Mike Strong. Janet Doyle, Marva Swear- ellgilly Martin Arrigotti, Carolene Huff, Bill McKibbin, Chuck Schaefer, Janet Cobat, Don Romanaggi, Richard Amato, Don Petersen. mf? YA 89 Row one: Fred Hosely, Agnes Coughlin, Marian Scott, Bob Seivert, Dick Cavalli, Martin Arrigotti, Donald Petersen, Don Romanaggi, Norma Smith, Ann Reynolds, Bob Daley, Bob Rigert, James Jardee. Row two: Jim Rigert, Rev Herman, Phyllis Eberhardt, Dorothy Stevens, Dick Guasco, Donald Sirianui, Mary Amdorfer, Bernice Orwig lAdviserl, Charles John- son. Row three: Norma Hauge,Marv Sheehan, Mary Shupe, Sharon' Rune. Row four: Alene Signell. Martha Flaschner, Marilyn Peddicord, Madelon Jacobs, Sharon Smith, Robert Petersen, Ray Moshofsky, Rev. ,I.A. Molter, C.S.C. fadviserlg Barbara Reilly, Stan Simmons, Gwynn Buchanan, Joy Schnorenberg. Don Romanaggi President Meetings of the Biologists Club were held every month at the University of Portland College of Nur sin g. Special speakers on scientific topics were sched- uled for the programs, after whichthere was usually a social. At Carnival time, the club ran a snack bar. The annual Biologists' Ball was held January 6 at the Knights of Pythias ballroom. A beach picnic was scheduled for the Spring. Barbara Reilly received a floral' crown as Queen of the Biologists Ball. Row one: Sam Sinclair, Al Berg, Matt Dutton, Pat Monaghan, Pat Byrne.Bob Jacobson, Jerry Weisensee, Don Graham, Pat Rooney. Row two: Bill Murphy, Jay Kileen, Tom Hulme, Bob Remington, Jerry Vanslow, Don Kragerud, Dave Kratz, Don Thompson, Paul Schacher, Chuck Schaefer, Dick Benevento.Row three Jack Shuell, Dave Horne, Jim Campbell, Joe Cooney, Joe Daley, Steve Shepard, Larry Shaw, Bob Gortmaker, Larry Lamberger, Chuck Harold, Bernie White. Zlpadm mga a Standing: Oryis Payne, Chuck Schaefer, Edwin Sweo, James Elias, Jim Mat- tice, Walt Regan, Stan Prager Huff, Frederick Cunningham. Sealed: Rinda Tozzi, Kathleen Egan, Arden Pat Rooney President Bob Coggin President Frank S we en ey, Bill McKibbin, Tom 465444 Having no president or charter, the members of the Philosophy Club meet periodically to dis- cuss matters of interest to the members. Only two years old, the group grew rapidlyin member- ship during the year. Sz. Www: Rev. Jerome Boyle, C.S.C. Cadvisorl, Dennis McGrath, James, Dick Baldrica, Bill Hatt, Joe Beatty, Ann Foley, Ken Henson John McFarland, Pat Brumbach, Ed Van Aelstyn, Gary Loomas, Ron Roberts To assist the poor in Christian charity is the aim of the St. Vincent Bill McKibbin President de 77cml Bricher, Malaki Campbell, Jim Daley, Bob Puncochar, Gerald Leahy, Chester Westerfall, Joe North, Mike Tovey, Dennis Swanson, Tom Iverson, Al Amos, Bob Daley, Bob O'Rourke, Dino Reg- inato, Bob Hary, Tom O'Rourke, Rev. Joseph'Powers, C.S.C. fadvisorl. de Paul group. Their varied program included selling Christmas cards for the poor, and organ- izing a campus noctur- nal adoration group. Lovclk 14 dz Sade! Bob Dewar Squardon Commander ' 1 -. - -Q Row one: Roger Becker, Bill Bridge s, Mike Strong, Gary McGill, Max Bierek, Bill Owens, Bob Dewar, Dean Murphy, Paul Meir, James Coepfert, Jim Regan, Captain Wiley James fadvisorl. Row two: Major Gerald Shrawder fadvisorlg Jouquin Reis, Robert Rehorst, Larry Martin, Homer Medico, Larry O'Rourke, Ron Nicoll, Frank Brummett, Dick Ditter, Charles Wilber, Don Sears. Row three: Roy Herman, Dennis Dwyer, Larry White, Joe Daley, Jack Neer, Jim Elias, Charles Schnorenberg, Paul Lee, Joe Cooney, Bob Daley. The Arnold Air Society is an organization for advanced students in the AFROTC. Intended to aid the cadets to gain a greater understanding of the Air Force and its place in the world of today, it also serves as a social outlet for the ' members. The Military Ball, one of the foremost social events of the school year is sponsored by the group. Upholding a proud tradition, the Mitchell Rifles, commanded by Cadet Colonel Bill Owens, won the re- gional competition for AFROTC drill teams. Ill' 93 S- Bob Doyle President Row one: Rinda Tozzi, Gerald Dickson, Eldine Bozich, Bob Doyle, Margaret Iverson, Marva Swearengin, Helen Long. Row two: Bob Lee Leonard Lippi, Martin Hilgers, Robert Hodd, Leon Robertson. 1 The objective of Future Teachers is to instill profess- ional attitudes into students who plan teaching as a career. Speakers on education were features of each meeting, and tours of educational agencies were part of the year's pro- gram. The club participated in the Carnival, held a tea for ' the supervisors of practice teachers, and sent delegates to the National Education Convention in .Tune . Zine Keg Blue Key is an honor fraternity for upperclassmen high in leadership, scholarship, and character. Administration of Kangaroo Court in the Fall, and coordination of the Car- nival and Homecoming were their chief activities during the year. Members also sponsored two initiation banquets and part of the Campus Day program. n ' i' 'i ffl. 13 n rg 44 , pn nqipr N JF. r this Joe Berg . Seated: Bob Hood, Bob Dewar, Joe Berg, Jerry Justin, Mike Strong. Stand: Bob Coggin, President Rodger Becker, Joe Daley, Dennis Dwyer, Edwin Sweo, John Hyland. 14 M44 Kappa Portland Businessmen come back to college for an advanced b u s i n e s s management course. all Jerry Justin President One of the largest organizations on campus, Alpha Kappa Psi, business and commerce fra- te rnity, held monthly dinner meetings featuring speakers on business topics. Scoring high in the national rating of efficiency in activities, the group sponsored the student directory, s ale of TIME and LIFE on campus, sale of Christmas cards, the frosh welcome dance, a C arnival booth, the traditional dinner dance, a Home- coming display ancl part of Campus Day. Sev- eral of the members attended the districtcon- ference in Tacoma, and the national conventicn in Denver. Photo: Jerry Justin N Row one: Theodore Johnson, Aubrey Kennedy, Bill Kirby, Jerry Justin, Mr. Charles Savage, fadvisorli Rodger Becker, Bob Kumler. Row two: P.G. Loprinai ladvisorl, Gerald Weisensee, Joaquin Reis, Dick Wil- son, Max Bierek, Albert Blunt, Mike Tovey, Larry Martin, Jack Hanson. How three: Steve Kell ey, Kron English, Craig Reynolds, Bob Matson, Don Welle, Jim Farley, Jim Godwin, Row four: Bob Dewar, Mike Strong, Lloyd Abadia, Larry Dusenberry, John Oliver, Dick Baldrica, Verne Strader, ,Mike Leahy. 95 . , 733 2424 Row one: Joanne Lesenko, Fred Hoesly, Ray Arrigotti, Gwynn Buchanan, Mary Lu Love, Rev. AJ. Wheeler, C.S.C. Cadvisorl. Row two: Dr. Blondel Carlson fadvisorlg Phyllis Lindberg, Bob Seivert, Dick Cavalli, Vilma Gregori, Donald Romanaggi, Bernice Orwig Chostessl. Beta Beta Beta national biological honor society, is Marva Swearengin President 14044 composed of science students with special interest in bi- ology, who must possess a certain GPA for membership. At the c1ub's monthly meetings speakers appeared to discuss medical topics. Seated Bemadine Hold- en, Marylu Dulcich, Marva Swearengilh Norma Leistiko. Stand- ing: Milton McMenamin, Dick Bailey. 96 Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatic s o c i e ty , s p on s o r e d receptions after each ofthe three senior drama recitals, and sent out a carol- ing group at Christmas. Fea- tured at Carnival W a s th e i r traditional Elizabethan "Fun House. " Vector Analysis! Edwin Sweo President Row one: Dave Van Dyke, Francis Kempf, Fred Cunningham, Tom Perry, Dick Cerhards, Jerry Doyle, Kay Howland, Al Karchen, John Fastabend, llay Arrigolti ,Cliff Carter, Joe Daley. Row two: Bob Pfenning, Ron Miller, Chuck Cerhards, Ed Sweo, Tom Monahgan, John Erhardt, Dick Maney, Gary-Todd, Al Nissila, Jim Elias. Row three: Paul Dillard, Ron Helfrich, Dave Hazard, Bob Unden, Jack McPhee, Larry Gallagher, Joaquin Reis, Vince Aquino, Carl Maxwell, Bob Burke. Row four,'Harry Skelton, Curt Solheim, Jim Boogaard, Jim Smith, Jim Marick, Doug Daniels, Walter Lieton, Clyde Ault, Jerome Moshofsky, Ken Landauer, Larry White. -... ....,--, ,H , 1 Z , 1 Y f-5:-1 - -, ' -3 Z- L. , H , -- , A - - fzfife 1 5,31 Standing: Carol VanDyke, Janet Doyle, Joan Cleary, Dawn Kinkade, Mary Lien, Deanna Jenkmso Carol Meechan, Shirley Chrisman, Nancy Werner, Judy Joy. Seated: Sally Beumeler, Bemadlne Holde Noelle Zuur, Janet Cobat, Jane Dickman, Betty Jo Brown, Farriel McKinney. In its second year on campus, OTG fOut of Town Girlsj increased in membership. Intended primarily as an organization to aid women students from outside Portland become acquainted with the University and the city, the group held several social meetings and participated in many school functions. MusiCoeds is a group of women music students who meet regularly in social and business gatherings to discuss ways of furthering their own music educa- tion and of serving the University. The group was particularly active in serving at various musical re- citals and in acting as hostesses for receptions later. Marie Dietz, Joyce Liska, Joanne Prus, Laverne Butts, Kathleen Beatty, Cheryl Langxlle Mary Emerick. 9 8 dz hi is Normajeanne Leistiko, Marva Swearengin, Mary Emerick, Bemadine Holden, Rose- Beflladille Hfllden mary Stewart. President Phi Beta is a national professional women's mu sic, speech, and drama honorary. During the year joint meet- ings were held with the alumni of the chapter. The club also sponsoreda pledge tea in March, a box s ocial, shows at two Veterans' Hospitals and together with Pi Phi Mu, Workedout SPURS is the women's service entertainment for Campus Day organization on campus. Besides ushering for plays and musical events, members served at recep- tions and banquets. At Homecoming the club sponsored an auto parade- at Carnival time their project was a shoeshine stand. The group al s o co-sponsored the Senior week-end. A. Standing: Barbara Dekoltz, Agnes Stoffel, Anna Marie Duffy, Nancy Macht, Kathleen Meeds, Ca,-olene Ruff Terry Lavagetto, Joanne Prus, Susanne Sharky, ,Io Fossati, Mary Elaine Shaw, Annie President Cipolla, Betty McDermid. Seated: Janet Lauer, Sharon Williams, Rinda Tozzi, Kathy Eagan, Agnes Lynch, Carolene Ruff, Mary Lou Busch, Miss Mary Margaret Dundore fadvisorl, El- dine Bozich, Margaret Kraus. Bill McKibhin President dm Row one: Bob Glennon, George Johnson, Jack Scrivens, Bruce Cudd, Lenny Brooks, Jerry Doyle Wendell Walmsley, Larry Delaney, Bill McKibbin. Row two: Rev. C.R. Durbin, C.S.C., Al Negratti Ed Fiene, Dick Benevento, Dick Ca valli, Bob Altenhofen, Gene Kutsch, Lenny Farrell, Homer Medico, Larry Lamberger-.Row three: Jerry Barra, Vince Apilato, Jim Fagnant, Jack Neer Bob Daley, Jim Senko, Frank Sweeney. Members of Monogram Club are distinguished by their White letter sweaters, which they wear every Wednesday. Monogram C1ub's main project of the year is the Smoker, which featured ten bouts of boxing and wrestling this year. Their other activities included a Carnival booth, a Home- coming display, ushering at games, and a Spring banquet. Men with special interest in music comprise the mem- bership of Pi Phi Mu, men's honorary music fraternity. During the year, the club sponsored several receptions after concerts, and one during the fall for new faculty members in the school of Music. At Homecoming and on Campus Day, the club supplied the bands for the dances. Row one: Glenn Tadina, Dean James, Dave Given, Bob Hood, Charles Lauer. Row two: John Ely, Mel Downing Jim Langille, Ron Slyt er. 100 6 66 Dean James President Wezfomae i s 'WU A . . . s x hllliflili' Jerry Funk, Louis and Gus Sander show how to extract blood from Karl Minich at con- vocation. Gordonl-licks frightl and the staff ofthe American Red Cross show how it is really done using Shirley Bonn, freshman veteran, as subject of the demonstration. The Council: Al Allaway, David Kehrli, Louis Knori, Steve Kelly and Gus Sander. The Veterans Club underwent a complete reorganization this year. A Veterans Council was established unde r the supervision of Barney W all s and Father Biger. A news bulletin edited by Al Allaway kept members in touch with special items of interest. The annual Blood Drive was sponsored by the club. At Carnival time, the Vets produceda booth and through the year displayed s e ve r al industrial exhibits in the student lounge. A dance, a social and the Spring tennis tournament were othe r Vet-sponsored events. JE? I f S PQFWS 4 g 5? X 00 7 For the third straight year, the Ram- blers, seven-man touch football squad from the University racked up a winning streak that let them take home the Col- legiate Seven Man title. The Winning pass combo of Farrell to Berger proved unbeatable in the three last games ofthe schedule when the Pi- lots defeated Clark Junior in a second tilt and Reed College in two meetings. l Vince Altenhofen breaks through Clark Junior college defense to sc ore. Ramblers' Estrope ner 14-2 0. Scr abblel K I "You fellows break in here, unobstrusively I Bob Glennon shows his boys how. -... - - 5 , 1 f:'1Ff?-,, ' ,H f 4 Z ei ,, .N ., 104 Row one: Jim Winters, Jim Godwin, Jack Scrivens, John While imanagerl. Row two: Al Negratti Ccoachl, Wendell Walms ley, Joe North, Gene Kutsch, Larry Larsen, Bob Glennen lasst. coachl. Row three: Art C h ap man, Jim Jenkins, Charles Binder, Bob Alten- hofen, Jim O'Donnell. 244 ezfdaif When Al Negratti took over the reins of the University of Portland's basketball team, he felt that if he were to break. even with the talent and schedule he had inherited h e 'd be mighty fortunate. When the s e a s o n ended, Pilot basketball fan s were mo r e than happy with Al's job and the work of the Pilots. In each and every case, tremendous improvement was noted. Gene Kutsch might be identified as the most improved player in the Northwest if such a designation could be established. Bob Alten- hofen moved even nearer the great potential expected ofthis three-year All-Stater from Central Catholic. .Tack Scrivens and Jimmy Winters were just as good as they were ex- pected to be and that's just about as good as the Pilots have ever had. Excitement and tension with top-notch precision. Wayward seafarers try to unchart Pilots D e fl e C t io n. Coach Negratti shows Jim Winters and Bob Altenhofen how. The keynote of the Pilots was conditioning, all-out drive and spirit. Negratti had them go- ing at a pace HGV61' seen here before and it paid off in wins over teams seemingly far superior. Blasting off like a Mars-bound spaceship, the Pilots downed Portland State and Linfield. Their momentum slowed a bit when Willamette eeked out a one-point over-time win in the third game. Close q uarter piloting. 07 Careful friend! Vanquished hope during the Gonzaga game. After the Linfield defeat, the well-readied Portlanders took an- other astral sighting and slashed through four straight games only to come to grief at the hands of St. Mary's five on the short end of a 70-68 score. In the next thirteen games, the galloping boardrnen from atop the bluff dropped only three: one to Oregon State, one to Seattle U and a heart-breaker to Portland State. In the traditional Pilots-Seattle vendetta, the home-town lads drop- ped the first clash bya slight seven points. But in the second game, when the Pilots caught fire they pressured the Seattleites into the cellar on the sad end of a resound- ing 97-84 score. was right. 108 Perhaps Darwln Yell Kings: Sam Sinclair and Bob Duffy. Rally Queens: Betty Jo Wylie, Nlomo Pizzo, Bev- erly Wehren, Betty Jo Brown. The Pilots were hot, and every- one knew it. But there came a time when accidents did what opposing teams couldn't - stopped the victo- ry happy casaba careeners. A post-season bout between the varsity and the frosh put .Timmy Winters, top-scorer and rated most valuabletplayer, on crutches with a leg injury. Only one team stood between the Pilots and a trip to Kansas City for the NAIA finalsz Portland State. The Portland five had beaten the Vikings twice soundly during the regular season and seemed a cinch to make it three and clinch an east- ward trip. But Portland State had other ideas-and without Winters the Pilots4didn't seem able to convince them of the error of their ways.The result - 66-63, with the Pilots on the short end of the score! Indian Hatchetmen attempt Big Stealf FL 0 '55 'N-'22 ' Tally ho" from reveling rally rousers. O Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U. Portland U. Portland U Portland U. Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U Portland U. Portland U Portland State Linfield Willamette Portland State Linfield Lewis 81 Clark Fresno State St. Mary's Willamette Lewis 8: Clark Oregon Seattle U. Seattle U. Portland State Regis Regis Seattle Pacific Seattle Pacific St. Martins Seattle U. Seattle U. Portland State The Basketball Team and Father Durbin depart for foreign maple boards. 53 74 61 58 7 1 58 61 70 42 68 67 88 88 58 78 89 68 56 63 69 84 66 Jim Winters: judged most valuable player by team-mates. ,ty ,414 Front row: Al Negratti fcoachl, Frank Rector Dick Jolley Jerry Hummel Art Bull John Whlte fManagerl, .lim Armstrong, Wally Panel Bob Bemhardt Harvey Jones Standing John Westerman Abe Booker, ElmenB1oedel,Burt Swingle Larry Walsh gm The hard-playing yearlings from Portland tallied eighteen consecutive wins over strong opposition to set a new record for Pilot frosh teams. Sparked by Frank Rector, Dick Jolley, and Jim.Arm- strong, the young fledglings tied the record of thel9-49-50 frosh team, then broke it into pieces in their tilt with the McMinnville Townies, one of the strongest teams the under- studies met. In a King's-X post-season game played for the benefit o f the Student Lounge, the frosh bowed to the varsity, 79-77. Harvey Jones sails through high seas of opposition Lo help anchor record of no defeats. Basketball: Joan Smith, Kathy Egan, Pat Kalberer, Lena Smith, Barbara Svegel, ,lane Dickman, Carol Meechan, Jackie Hess, Janice Miller, Oma Blankenship Ccoachl. Oops! F 20 4 ,hula Girl' s sports increased in pro- minence this year under the direction of Miss Oma Blankenship. Women's PE classes learned the fundamentals of physical fitness through participation in sports such as soccer, basketball, Volleyball, and badminton. Swimming, tennis, and calisthenics were also considered in their programs. Volleyball, basketball and tennis teams were organized to compete with the Women's teams from other schools 112 Sometimes, outdoor PE cl a s s e s worked with snow as material. Catherine Harrington, Barbara Reilly, Noelle Zurr, and Pat Meaney. The girls can do it toog high for a rebound. we 'N Volleyball: ,Ioan Smith, Lena Smith, Kathy Egan. Pat Kalbem, Jackie Hess, Barbara Svegel, Carol Meechan Daring Dave, sometimes known as Father Fosselman, hot in persuit of casaba carrying Lenny Brooks. ' -74414459 When the seniors and faculty get together for their annual clash on the basketball court, anything can happen-and frequently does. There were times this year when no one Qincluding the playersj could be sure of just what was happening on the court and no one seemed particularly to care. Everyone who attended the game enjoyed it. ,. X ' - . W4 5-V 155 '-f,-J 1 t... fl: - 2: ' ., 1 4 Who's in a muddle now? Seniors show scientific way to pull ligaments of Father Wheeler, whose team-mate, Mike Tichy, seems to be enjoying it as much as the students. The Bodies and Gorgeous muscle take a beating from referee, Lenny Brooks. if 'rf S One of the most interesting events of the school year is the annual Smoker sponsored by the Mono- gram Club. This year the gathering featured many unusual sports f?j contests including quadruple wrestling matches in which referee Lennie Brooks worked harder than the wrestlers themselves and boxing matches characterized by much enthusiasm unhampered by any recognizable style. Ciantslugfest and studious onlookers. .w i f A' E i i .JP Sorry friend! .-1m 51.-1 3 -J tliiizlft L, Mfifl, ' 115 4 -f-'L .x.,1.,v -nv.,-..,,., Art Bull shows good form at spring practice. Eli x., -ew' it Catchers Elmen Bloedel and Dick Cavalli ready for the opponents curves. Portland's firey nine took the field early in the Spring under the direction of Rich Carlascio. The spirit of the team was terrific in the clinches. Com- ing through with the blue chips down, Art Bull demonstrated beautiful pitching form by go- ing the limit in the game with San Francisco State and bring- ing the Pilots home victorious with a 5 to 4 win. Bull also came through like his name- sake in the china shop when he relief-pitched five games. The team prepares to leave for its southern trip wg,--K ,. 'v h I v K ' r.. wh A meeting of minds! 5,1-,Lf.e:LawgJ1, z 17 Captain Lenny Brooks Sets Foot in the soft turf of a new Spring. K F V WWW: T-A--Y -----75,---7 ?-.-5 ,-,--- gi V -15 n safnswiifi . ,yay W . n i- f -1 , W i , ??'f1u.-:,,,. A :Sag WEE' ' 'U . img' . vw .5 'Z f- fa- fi" l ' W . :::iw"'i"'i,!u: 1 -, -1 13-E, 2' -. . . f r ? - X- ,.?.:L"E'g1 ,niggrfqgiw M',1.'w..h . w- 1, .. MW. , ..,. , M . 1 ,. .. i,,,,,, M. . ,. M .K .W . Y, W-Q : Xfigjbsfw,-1,2-:if f ,i V 9323352 ' asgvgm vu V n, , 1 1 - , , 'A , -LW.fzsarziifffifggsh:fefiesf 5. QM, - : .W , . 5, ' :N A :,,fH12f2f'1S ,1 5. V - . . ' , -. f., 1' v 1 p12i?.e"'-w yi: 5422:-' ifgsf N ' V . V1 I , NIMH, ' , J ff Y - 1? If YJ - ' , H 1 1 122.2215 Si ' QQ - 1 f , F' . ' ' 1, n 1 W V 5 H "' Su '+, -: Lx 1 4 ,, ' Q4 ' A. 2, 1 N Q H. mmf, ,th ff V: ui wg xml Q 1' W 1 j n 1 my . 1 w ,'1f , W ' ' 1 - ,- ,gil v ' , - , Y Y 1 1 , 3- 1 I, ' ' Q' . I , , 2 E. 572 , fi, 55" N Q 1 f.,. 5 ...I ,Hr ilhunzvg .-gi I E E aff- W1 if V f ' w 1:14 .JU 1, f x fy .J J xl V ' rb A ' .. L z :L f 1 I A' ' Richard Carlascio Coach -Pwswf '- Q I l 1 Fran left: Dick Ludeman, Moose Vandewettering, George Hinkhouse, Jim Senko, Dave Parrish, Frank Sweeney, Jim Fagnant, Bil Mcliibbin, Bob Hary, Wendell Walmsley, Dave Johnson, Tom Gill, Larry Sinclair, Dean Penner, Bill Kopp, George Johnson, Chuck Smith, Warren Carter, Bob Daly, Dick Langston, lid Fiene fcoachl, Lorenzo Del Rosario. Outstanding as "minor" sports at the Univer- sity, the track and golf teams of '56 kept score keepers busy tallying their victory records. Graduating senior Bruce Cudd, one of the mem- bers of the Walker Cup team sent from United States to Scotland, was still tops on the fair- ways. And in the Cinder track depart- ment, fleet-footed .Tirn Senko, classy f distance and middle-distance man, was still proving that the University of Portland is hard to beat. Bruce Cudd: member of Walker T fl Cup team sent from the U.S. to Scotland. T . V 5 if-.gifri 'i Q' a il i. ' , Ig. Q p " ,lr fx'-l ll-If , ., I , , 5 , ll? Wim -A e :- 3 'its Y- , QQ.. l' 'fi ., 4A5i"' r'nl3 I 15- gt r n -Mya, : -.1-I ,- 35, .-.qv ,g " I N . Y --'-lil ' " Q ff .--i : "Wiz" F1 . n . , - J Jim Senko and Bob Dillin- get fOregonl- zf The golfers: Vince Altenhofen, Jim Whitty, Bob Altenhofen Rev C.R. Durbin, C.S.C. Kneeling: Larry Lamberger Jack Hunt Roger Sielicky. QB ,lack Neer, Jack Scrivins, Curtis Soleim, Jerry Doyle, Mike Tichy lcoachl, kneeling: Vince Apilado, Bill Rose, Ed Grover. Ably coached by Mike Tichy, the 1956 Pilot rac- queteers continued to sparkle in the tradition of their predicessors. The season was still young when the LOG Went to press, but the 4-year unbro - ken victory string had already been extended to 65. Jack Neer, star of '55, his eligibility usedup, was on hand to help with advice and encouragement. ll l . Mike Tichy Coach H l 6 l , . . 5 l Outstanding university athletes were rewarded WT for a job well done. lp ' 119 lf 1000 second shutter and the lightening serve Bill Rose. L J ll: -..,+'f -'la 'fI.lf'7 fi ""N':-mv'-"v-l' CUXSSES 7956 Pat Byrne Vice - Pre sident Carmelita Marinelli Secretary Roger Becker President ' 1 Lenny Brooks Councilman Joe Berg Eldine Bozich 2 Councilman I2 Treasurer 'W' ,W H H-ll, X iff .H N W f . ,W uw iw N.. . W ,X N H ,L.. , W Y - H O '-U' ,. . . x 2 fn? "N U .5 , Ev-1-1 ll X , ., if W H vw' .1 N H 1. ' H ,. , mu 1 Gr, MQSEQ. r 1 Charles H. Allen Robert J. Altenhofen B. S. in G. E. Bachelor of Arts Porumd. Oregon Portland. Oregon 1 H X H Arlene .Tune Ambrose Chrll D. Anderson Bachelor of Arts Bxchelor of Science Portland. Oregon Portland, Oregon - e Robewt lnho'o who im Gwfvwafw Cobbeqeo and hwi.fue'v.vLftA.eo John E. Angus Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Portland, Oregon Raymond J- Affigofti Donald J. Baldrica B. S. in G. E. B, 5, gnc., E, P01413-Kid. 0105011 Portland, Oregon wifi.. .,- :F 1. ,235-liwfiiff i'?E?'59fII5dtN5 ' " -9 -.-me f ' . -, ,, E.- Richard A. Baldrica Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Portland, Oregon Rogan. Beohen. UMM IDM im Gnneux.-,un Cobbeqeo Gnd. 1VfVl!UQ"lvOA,'f!LM5 " -N13 w ,, u wu , . ,- - 'I :ml X fl n John Q. Archer Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Portland. Oregon 'IT' 4 Roger E. Becker B. S. in Indus. Ad. Portland, Oregon Melba Joan Bennet: Francis J Bet .Tax-nes W. Berry Max Joseph Bierck Bachem- of Mus, Ed, . ' 3 5. s. in G. E. Bachem- of Bus. Ad. Portland, Oregon B1Q,oih:1g'oEegon Portland. Oregon Portland, Oregon ISOMM- Sew h Btdime Booidx who 0 who un Gan.e'u.con Ibhoka who im Garwfvwan Cofbbeqeo Gnd 1-vnfifue'wi.4'fi,eo Cobheqeo amd. llnvizuenf.-ulzt,i,e4-, ' 'gswf K " if 1 .. ' ' - ,.gf.' ,I 5-, 1 w ' W'11i E. B 'd Leonard P' Brooks Barbara Dee Brown Egdm: i1oamEeA?.'::ich 'gaczgior of Xrties Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science gsm-agxfdo oregon portland. 0,-,gon Portland, 011803 Hillsboro, Oregon 124 H , mu-Q" ' , , ,i JP SE A, 9, .-X il X-3:73 Z ' Ftankufx J' Bmmmett Margaret Mary Brunkow LaVerne Butts P3tl'iCk.-T- BYFUB B' S' m G' E' B. S. in Nursing Bachelor of Music B- S- In G- E- . Portland' oregon Portland, Oregon Baker. Oregon Aberdeen' Washington Sharron Lee Callahan John M. Chrisman B. S. in Nursing Bachelor of Arts Medford. Oregon Portland, Oregon Robert L. Clark J h M- C tn . , Bachelor of Bus. rid. 13:5-nelor ofoxrtsey rziks' Eqmmmgham Jgfegv Ggaiiy Vancouver Waslungton Portland, Oregon Portland' oregon Los Angeles' california 125 V 'Q a Becrvmd. P. Bwooho 1Dho'o Who im. Grrwnicdru Cobbeqaeo and 1lmfifue'v.viAfZ,eo Dante L. Daltoso Robert K. Dewar Th J D 1e Bachelor of Arts uma' ' 07 . Bachelor of Bus. Ad. B 5 in G E W I hx . . . . alla Walla Was ngton Portland' Oregon Portland' Oregon Marylu G. Dulcich Larry A. Dusenberry Ferdinand C. Engesser John H, Fagtabend Bachelor of Ana Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Bachelor of Science B. S. in G. E. Portland' oregon Portland, Oregon ' Portland, Oregon Astoria, Oregon H 'N I GT James W. Foley Christopher c. Gerhards Richard L. Gel-buds -Tacquelyn L- Gillam Bachelgr 9fA1-tg B. s. in G. E. B. s. in G. E. B- S- In Nursing Portland, 0,-,gon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon P01'f-la-'ldv Ofegon 126 James H. Goepfert Arlene Mary Gowinskl Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Bachelor of Arts Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Francis J. Hanson William P- Hutt Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Bachelor of Arts Portland, Oregon POT'-13-nd' 01"-9305 Don E. Graham Jean Ann Hamburg Bachelor of Bus. Ad. B. S. in Nursing Portland, Oregon Mount Vernon, Washington Kenneth J. Henson Ronald J- Hoffman Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Bus. Ad. P0253-Hd. Oregon Portland, Oregon P Bumkow Shofvwn Cobmlmn goin Cfwifunon llahdo bag im, Cn-.e'vi.oon lnhobp, who im. Gmen-Loom. lI1ho'o Wm im Gmqqmm, CCKLCQGO cmd lurvi.1uewL-tA5eo Cobbeqpea cmd Cobbeqeo cmd. Bernadino Holden Bxchelor of Arts chem' nat MI Margaret Marie Holien Portland, Oregon uhogo who . G . Bachelor of Arts un' MAG' Portland, Oregon Coflfeqeo and 'lMWue'wifbi,eo Philip 13' Hnmman Robert N. Hood Margaret Ruth Iverson Robert S. Jagelski Bach' of of Aft' Bachelor of Mus. Ed. Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts Portland. Oregon Portldnd, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon 3nsoo3ol,mg Inbox who im. Gvrwviom Mm, Donald 0. Jones , . . um F- JM-I Bachelor oi Science 00556960 Ulfld U-WlAAl6'D0bbb0b B, S, Ln G, E, portland, Q1-espn Vancouver, Washington 128 G' ,. n .1 'f' gl V -, fr f-:ig 1. r. V, -L. -1 gl 5 14 ,, ig -H -1- - f , - f e - - 5 ii? '. - . QS- V. 'E 9 " 4 i IE1 5 ',1 i? I-.L ,Vx 4, 1, W V K' Jerome C. Justin Gust Kanas Thomas 5- Kang Alfred Ka:-chem B. A. in Bus. Ad. Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Bus. Ad B. S. in G. E. Vancouver, Washington Portland, Oregon Seoul, Korea Portland, Oregon , Tiff" , -A' u 1 1- .' 1 ' ,J-' V36 b, vi-, U-f I iii .-.53 . f , :Kiwi , -1 . -- i Elizabeth Ann Keizer F i J. K f . , B. S. in Nursing Bin G. QNXAYUB North Bend, Oregon Astoria' oregon wh-0 b H1710 Uh Q'll2'VU30l1 Colleges and e 11- 'f - , k 1-.1 f we 1 f I YN-W Y "MY . , ,Z I- wr r- , .,.g..,.' ., . ,J J I, 1 e 5 4.2, ff -if I w I w 1 w Aubrey Kennedy Richard L. Kimbrough Wuhan John Kirby Role Marie Kirsch B' A' m Bus' Ad' Bachelm' of ATU Bachelor of Bus. Ad. B' S' in Nursing Pordandv 0708011 Portland, Oregon Mc Minnviue, oregon Stayton, Oregon 129 Rcberg Frank Ku-beck Andrejs Kurmins Richard Lindsay Paul C. Lisle Baqhelcr of Bus. Ad, Bachelor of Mus, Ed. Bachelor of Science B, S. in G. E. Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Pvrfland. Oregon Portland, Oregon .1'H .iw , 1 Gary L. Loomas Thomas P. Lovcik 1 Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts Vancouver, Washington Salem, Oregon Robenft Hood 1pfw',,, who im, Orne'Li,c0n:w Cobbeqeo and 'lJfrvLfue'v.vi,M,eb Donald L. Maes Carmelita Joann Marinelli Lawrence T. Martin. Jr. Robert H. Matson Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Bachelor of Bus. Ad Portland. Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland. Oregon 130 - ,- 3- 1153111--1 .Pali-1 1 ,Je .wit-V . , M , ,M -, arm. w , W I 1 ,v ff- ,A" ' 'I V ' Y 1 4 v Gary D. McGill Bachelor ol Bus.Ad. Portland. Oregon .1- Wlhu J Paul V. Meier Bachelor of Arte Salem, Oregon w . "4 1 Patrick J. Monaghan Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Portland, Oregon .',f '?f-KJgirjgpi' 1-'17 5 .,.' . F. , . ' ' ' ' Aj. 5 ,ra A f- . .V fan ' V A W W William L. McKibhln Bachelor of Arte Oaoyoos, British Columbia aria: ng' 'if' 19 'GZ' Sandra A. Miksche B. S. in Nursing Seattle, Washington ' W 45 W N ' uw m ijzfg V. vo Wifi iw. wivuwhfw m Gordon I.. Mosley Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Vancouver, Washington 1 'I W 1 wr' lj. N Gerald A. Miller K mme guotiln l0Pv.o'iAlDho in C,-yweqeo and. 1JfnAfue'uwb1,eb Ronald J. Miller B. S. in G. E. Portland, Oregon Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Portland, Oregon A 4 u N .1 w llifbulll Kilubq umm who im Gmewwq- Cobbeqeo and Unwuevwbbueo 1 Qc mdk,-H, lDho'o Ibm im Gnewbodru Cobbeqeo amd. l1nwue'wMA'fi,eo Dean M. Mur y wuu L' M h Jack D. Neer Bachelor oipgus. Ad. Bassist of :gay Bachelor of Arts The D311-Cl' oregon portland, oregon Portland, Oregon John E. Nye William D. Owens Daniel W. Painter ll B. S. in G. E. I Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Bachelor of Science Vancouver, Washmgton portland. oregon Portland, Oregon Ernestine A. Palmer Shirley Mae Paulson Rodney O. Peloquin B. S. in Nursing B. S. in Nursing Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Liberty, Texas Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon 132 , fa ' 13 .H V- fl . : : w r 1,1 Y Thomas C. Perry Donald H. Peterson Robert A. pfenning B. S. in G. E. Bachelor of Science B. 5. in G. E. Portland, Oregon Hillsboro, Oregon portland, Oregon mr h 'mf w A h h si , ' , ' si ' ' nl , F , .,a 4 James D. Pittcn Charles I. Poetz Joseph L, pm-due ed B-,n S U Bachelor of Bus. Ad. B. S. in Indus. Ad. B, S, in G, E, wholo um - G 0 . Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon portland' Oregon G 9 'tm' 'ufccm obbeqes and hfrwuemi-bleu Elsworth L. Redinger James C. Regan May Barbara Reilly neen' Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Science lDho'o F10 'DFL Portland, Oregon Portland. OrBg0l'l Portland, Oregon C It 0 CHAI . evvbbt. 133 Wixlxm Guneno luh.o'o who bn. Grnwemoun Cobbeqseo ond, I-vrvixue'1MM,eo Nancy Ann Rivers Ronald D. Roberts B- 5- in Nursing Bachelor of Arts La. Grande. Oregon Hamilton' Oregon Fi ' ' W A l ,Q :3i1!EE'N '--' 5 5 uv: " 5,15 X1 A , 4, A : yn' H ' L., 'n I - Don V. Romanaggi William F. Rooney Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Joaquin F. D. Reis, Jr. Aloysius M. Kenner B. S. in G. E. Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Leon C. Robertson J, Gerald Rgdgefg Bachelor of Mus. Ed. Bache1or gf A1-gs Portland' oregon Stockton. Calilornia Lila Natalie Rosenfield Cafclene A-'ma Ruff Bachdm- of Arts Bachelor of Bul. Ad. Portland, Oregon Portland. Oregon Mvtm L Y.. ' VN N: . M- Cui' I Bert R. Sewell Edward F. Slowik James G. Smith Mary Magdalen Sonderen Bachelor of Bus, Ad. B. S. in G. E. B. S. in G. E. Bachelor of Arts Vancouver, Washington Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon rig-if 5,1- 1.71- , eq , L f pf' , , V twig, , . ...,.. e Dorothy Gertrude Stevens Sheila M. Stevens Glenda R. Stokesberry Neil J. Stone Bachelor ol Science Bachelor of Arts B, 5- in Nursing Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Portland. Oregon Portland, Oregon The Dalles, Oregon Portland, Oregon Michael E. Strong Ma J S I Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Bizzglggnoftii-igengin EQQAXQAT Sgen Atsudhl Takasn Portland' oregon New Bridge' OYUKOD .Po-rtflnand. g'l'eg0n Bqilggr JQIPEEB. Ad' 135 George P' Tami' Vincent R. Teresi Si-muel 5- Tel'fY JY- Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Bachelor of Ana Bachelor ni Bus. Ad. Vancouver, Washington portland, oregm Portland, Oregon I K f Im , w Dmotlvq Stouano Robert p. Unden lnho'o who im Grrwwom B- S- m G- E- comqm and mmemmo' Pofdfmd- 0"S"" nr' ' ' ' 2 Y ' Y M11 " 3' 1 :ii fi? E 5'-2' A . Y w 1 G JE l 1 v W - Ed d A. V A 1 Clarence Vandewettering Richard C- UPIWH Bzzljelor again? atyn Bachelor of Bus. Ad. Bachelor of Alfa Tacoma washington Forest Grove, Oregon Portland. Ore gon ' 'I36 Earl H. Twietxneyer Il Bachelor of Bus. Ad Portland, Oregon Imchcel, S-mono lIP1o'o who im. Orvleniomm Cobbeqfeo and hnvimenbitieo Diane Jean Vardanega B. S. in Nursing Portland, Oregon ll" ,""x 4-50 n ., , X uk..-if 1- V ft-'fren W 'A L1 Frank B. Vecchio Robert W. Vial Bernice Frances Wadsworth Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Bus. Ad. B. S. in Nursing Portland. Oregon Portland, Oregon Salem. Oregon 2 ,eip J Y 'iw ' aw . L .-fi? 'o . E xl: I W b -fi A 2 2 O . i"5.:?1 3 ,J W . Pal 515. 5 k , . ..., , J' F -'-Y 1 4-5" . , git , ' 1-,-.fue 5 5- -,f ep N :ei xi fa ' Bererly Jane Werth Lawrence H. White Am Wilhelm . Bachelor of Arts B. S. in G. E. B' S' 1nNur5mg Portland, Oregon Oswego, Oregon Portland' oregon Q ww H.. . , , . Q Ulf 2 Q2 - fl., 'fbzixf-A -' .V V 4 Rig- ' I ' . ' 0,355 v' fs.-1 TT' 1 'll fs l I r Barbara Louise Westfall Bachelor of Arts Portland, Oregon , , I l "' , l l l , Ann Marguerite Williams Bachelor of Arts Portland, Oregon r 'UM T . ' . I-1? ,-D.-. ,N 41 fr'-. . , I A, 'f . , 4' wi.. it '. ' 1. ,ei , El ,, , ' w ' nr . L l . I 1. '. u w r. , Sharon Ann Williams Marilyn Joan Winslow James W. Winters Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon 137 .1,""lf .. 'I wi- X,-.1 V, I, 1 1 it. Stanley W, Zeggart Bachelor of Bus. Ad Portland. Oregon goPmGdmm gooem m, aw-f,n Suqefnfe G.Gmrn01rvn ammnyawmdm cmdaw Wea: to time WWW raffle atwze. John Hyland President ULWCGTLJL Q. Gqpbno Rom!-Ld. K. G'I.!Y1,0'bdf mae w-.uaeacwk ww S-Bwfw v w R Hbavbin S , Gf1,'Li,qo'tM. 5'uufnceoJC.Beamt,eq ummm QM, Hmmm Rbcmwd. R. l'3e'vq-ew goin B. Bemgem Q-ennbd In, 134,45 Dorwfbd S. 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ZQNIDQW So1mvq,6 Zwwn 5.3 25 Swvvq IP U3eu1t,e4'AchA,ec From the left, Father Fogarty, Denms Day, Mrs McNulty KDay's motherl, Father Gavm, and Mr Mchulty A scene dunng gradua txon txme 1n 1955 when Day re cexved an honorary Il D from the Umversxty 177 -Q N 1 , m ' AV g eil' rf, F ,r.fM,- Q t at H , gf, t ' V , ff Q 1 ' P 'lt 1 W , N , 5 h . t. .11 H - - Wim' ., 1-. y W1 ymuwvw,-tv t X ,V,g1w-,,:,- tm N tt N , ,ggi k,,, F, L.,, R 4' , Q V 0, 4 ln-V" V "QQ ilif X ' , , 1, , V --f v V- at , ,Lx J, ' , t , . . V . : ' Q, . ' ' , . - dis.. T 3 'S-..., V V , N , , - , -,N , at -' '.x,',-7,2 , i X A 5 . rf 'ff'If.q A l .V .:,gfg.:: ,.-g.., , 1 o l ' ' . m - f N ' - 73. '-'. t Ear W' ' ' '11 S , - . .,: V ,... .fa-V. , ,,,, ' Q 4 " r t t tt -J Fw" ' N ' X ' H t w -'J . , v 1 1. 'Y 4 , . 331,-f'?1f'a" if ,,,.',,, 5 ' ' , j J ,, F , 5-., 5, - ,, , ' 'W , , , .gf V1 ' W gg M es, f ' J - rf 5 ,. A ,,.. 'd Q ' , , ' I3 ' - . . . . , ' ,r . . . f ' K -. f, f ' 'r' 1 "" , A ' ' ' ' A A , " . . 4-J?" ' . A L , - an . In V 3 . '. K 4 4 L 'ti w -' at I . K i - . V ,, o ' if - ' irj ' Zetmefe magma lafche. ffpewanczlwole f One last pleasant task remains to me before this yearbook is consigned to the capable hands of our printer, Mr. Joseph Cholick, and his fellow workers: the writing of this personal farewell to the readers of this yearbook. When I was appointed Editor last October, I knew that the project I was undertakin g was vast. I knew also that without the help of many people, the task could not be com- pleted on time. What I did not know - what I could not know - Wa s that I would b e s o fortunate as to find the crew of capable and loyal workers who eventually did so much to bring this book to reality. To all of them go my deepest thanks and appreciation. I wish also to express my appreciation to Father Cornelius Hooyboer, our faculty adviser, who worked as hard as any of us on many an onerous task. His understand- ing, gentleness and kindly leadership taught all of us much about the Way of living joyously in Christ. Father John Hooyboer, brother of our adviser, also worked with us long into the wee morning hours. Father George Dum did much of our typing and M r. Larry Manion found supplies for us when apparently none were to be found. One of those who worked hardest and encouraged me most was my wife, Dolores. Although she had never worked on a yearbook before, she has been selected as next year's editor and I am proud of her. . ' And now it is done. Our task is complete, and the rest of the work is in the hands of capable experts. In your approval or disapproval will be found the ultimate recognition of our success or failure. 1 ampzmmu of THE CROWN CO. WESTERN LITHOGRAPH INTERSTATE PRESS nager of the Commons, gives personal attention to part of the e Phlpp D L Evldence that accomphshed muslc requlres arduous effort Clayton Hare conductmg Sfcumnfs INCORPORATED Home Ownersbzp zs Our Buszness All ryoes of Mortgage Loans 1300 E Burns1de BE-4-5041 A Courtesy of GLISAN LUMBER C0 8101 N E Gllscm Sf Al.pme 3 7577 Lumber Point Hardware Roofing SCHMITT STEEL C0 INC Fubrlcotmg Forqmg Mochlnmg Wm C Schmltt 2755 N W N1C1'101Gl St Port1cmd1O Ore CAp1tol 3 5108 oz ii e e aMare . . . . 1 1 1 er . . . ., . A . . . . . . . I ' l I ' une lglfivlesf 0 FINE weooms CANDIDS C0mPllmenfS Of O SPECIAL STUDENT 'MES TWILIGHT Room ' Q FORMAL PORTRAITS ll I II ' 1 1 lwll no 5242 N. Lombard BU 9-9151 CLASS OF '58 1326 N. E. Tillamook ATlantic 4-4429 IMPORT SPECIALISTS - WHOLESALERS - RETAILERS 1 IKCIU GTS CATHOLIC SUPPLY CENTER Flrm Established 1904 612 S.W. Third Avenue Portland 4, Oregon J THE KAUFER CO. Telephone CA 8-4792 CHURCH GOODS - . GIFTS - . MISSION SUPPLIES 4321.51--nal, . The University'e genial chef carves a gala roast for voracious students. Compliments of The ALUMS ot ARCHIE GDLDSMITH AND BROS. 20 N.W. 5th CA 7-1158 182 Congratulations Compliments of to the PORTLAND FISH co. Class of '56' 30l N.W. 3rd Ave. CA 8-4137 THE J. K. Glu. C0. S. W. 5th and Stark CA 8'868l The greatest compliment! The demanding teacher, Miss Keleti, smiles as she listens to the earnest student, La Verne Butts. ' 5 Every Banking Convenience 0 Drive-in Window open 1010 5:00 p.m. weekdays 10 to 3:00 p.m. Saturdays From left: Father O'Brien, Ann Foley, Mrs. Q Affer-HQUr5 Window open to 5:30 p.m. weekdays . . . to 3:00 p.m. Saturdays Amato, and Father Terry during Miss Keleti's workshop period. o Free customer parking Compliments of i,..,.....Vi,-I THE PORTSMOUTH CLUB , , . NATIONAL D d D me an me BANK PENINSULA BRANCH 5258 and 5264 N. Lombard A1 Harris Philadelphia Ave. and Jersey Men1ber Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 183 "Best wishes and good luck to the Class of '56 from your Photographers, LOGA -M RKHAM 917 S.W. Alder St. CApitol 8-7452 COLUMBA PRESS PRINTERS Booklets - Office Forms Publications - Brochures Wedding Announcements 308 S. W. Stark Street Geo. H. Neher Renaissance and p articip at ion in the Life source of the CA pifol 8-7868 L- J- Congratulations To The Class of '56' MURPHY LUMBER CO. 836 Pacific Bldg. Harry C. Murphy Edward J. Murphy Peter C. Murphy Brady Mystical Body C1im8XE'SlhB annual retreat. Compliments of DEHEN KNITTING COMPANY 184 The men of the University center their student life before Christ the King unfolding their sacrifices for the student community. Photos: S.C. Chien ,7ifZp6lf7iCk ,J MrN's WEAR MULTNOMAH Telephone CA 8-3480 HOTEL LOBBY for the finest in men's clothing and accessories. for personal attention in pleasant surroundings. Sincerely Joseph A. Fitzpatrick PORTSMOUTH PHARMACY o Prescriptions 0 Gifts o Cosmetics Lombard ot Portsmouth BU 5-3616 ' St. Nicholas with fold and flock at AWS Party INI:IvInuA I. INSTRUCTION S ""'ii Edna Steen McCall Thoffhand ' A "' L.I.. B. President B ypewrffin 73,5 ,' ,- Put your knowledge and personality Bscikkeeping I 4' K into Service through SPeCiS1i2ed Furness mil. I l ' Training S X S 1311 'iff:-ElflfiilflliitffIEf513?5fffEfEfifffffEE5:: ,,.,. Q . C ' "-' X X D'-v - - - - N-sh' A,'33,"'0mefi7f'1"'g ENRoI,I. ANY TIME pemmeffc Unpresidented Demand Com anship :QQ for Our Graduates. Persglercisl Law , Hal ..:'i, CAP' siiii I I ' fiiiis''Il125:fE12:5Es5Eis.3'E-EEE2iii:11EEEEE1isI3522EZ5I1:.2.2E5152235IIiEEi:::.:Iis:5EsI1eZ535 ',:I. 1,5212rs:E-2152ai5522252555555222ifEziiisisizizfaiaif4:35:555-521151515252 t'-ldie 8 1 3 .11 1 2 I. OYALTY BLDG. 317 s.w. Alder '., i,.:, Between 3rd and 4th 4.5 ....VA..,... .. QQQQ, C Unvenien' fo H11 T"'m5P"'tB'i0" Lines I.:1 Q 'I85 Leo and Marylu Dulcich dramatize the zoological. X' COLE, CLARK S CUNNINGHAM, Inc. A Qiefs' PORTLAND, OREGON Compliments -of Palau Zen. PORTLAND SALEM EUGENE and NOLAN'S in CORVALLIS 186 0 fr ... gW"1H l. Wifi' ,jfsiiki iigw fff n PM 'I f- o lo Lv 1 if 4 J 1 , UW P A, 9 'k hnn u f il ' eg? mag ' e. g ity! - W-L F'-Ai -- Jw. , A , gpm ss.-2,-:avr-ee 'zz' e 1:5 ww w , ' Compliments of mil f , l W W W1 U M 1 A In pl J " ' vi lm? eo J MU WH BA K OF CAHFORNIA Nauonal Assocxauon S W 6th and Stark St Father Comehus Hooyboer C S C Log Faculty Ad vlsor and Jlmmy Photos S C Chxe A good Bank to start wztb A good Bank to grow wzth Member F D I C -'BH' The mteracuon of love and personallty gwes cheer . I ' . . . , . . ., ' h ,r . . ' I I I . - u . . . . I . . ' n v W . v X H rv , . xg , . mo, . W l Yr I 'Su -5 .. g 4 1 I A J' T 1 L. 7, 4 , l 'bfi 1 . Es' ig 1 " Nil' E , Mg. N - 1 ' , uw -. 1 W, . "QW N v N no - gn. v M-4 N M .,-v- N In uv iii: ' A, Eivfffug. X .,,,A,wn'--'ww X-1, A 1 . W.,--,2j4'gf1,l wm.-Qvf, M" ,1 W ME? . MERCWS GROCERY Willamette Tug and Barge Co Just across the Campus 4826 N. Howard BU 9-4293 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McNamara as they talked with their son, Fred, during the Carnival. Ill yds owcwlfez ingzaveza 115 S. W. FOURTH AVENUE - PORTLAND, ORE. AUTOMATIC VENDING SERVICE 3820 S.E. Mi lwaukie Portland, Oregon and Willamette Hi-Grade Concrete Co. Your North Portland Building Material Dealer and Marine Contractors Wishes the Class of '56' Success BRCADWAY DELUXE CAB CApitol 7-1234 "The Taxi Number you can'f Forge?" J. M. VRANIZAN CO. Importers, E xporters, Wholesalers 1215 S. W. Broadway Portland 5, Ore ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATION A T H L E T I C S Baseball Basketball Football Freshman Basketball Golf Semor Faculty Game Monogram Smoker Teruus Track Women' s Sports SCDIOTS Juruors Sophomores Freshmen C L U B S Alpha Kappa Ps1 Alpha Ps1 Omega Arnold A1r SOC16tY Beta Beta Beta B1olog1sts Club Blue Key Englneers Club Future Teachers of Amerlca 03 0 104 8 4 8 2 22 3 5 3 Monogram Club 00 Mus1Coeds Omega Tau Gamma Ph1 Beta 7nc!ez Phllosophy Club P1 Ph1 Mu 00 Skl Club Spurs St Vlncent de Paul SOC16tY 92 Ups1lon Omega P1 Veterans Club 0 C O L L E GE S A1r Sc1ence Bus1nes s Englneerlng L1beral Arts Muslc Nur s1ng Sc1ence DEDICATION FACULTY PI-IOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY PUB LICATIONS Log Beacon Preface STUDENT GOVERNMENT A S U P A W S C TITLE PAGE 51 ' 92 . . 1 18 ' 91 99 1 . ' ' 116 ' ' 91 1 5 1 1 lll 35 ll ' ' 48 ' - ll ' 38 115 ' ' 44 ' 119 ' 36 ll ' 46 ll ' 42 ' 40 CLASSES 121 . 1 4 ' l 8 1 1 24 16 7 90 ' 95 80 Q c 93 82 ' 96 84 ' 90 ' 94 86 . 97 .... 86 194 . . . as . 98 I. . C. 89 98 2 ' 99 Wwlex A Eidlake, John 150 ghrif1tensen,.JeVIan Marist? 150 54 Bierok, MaxJ 93,95 124 QPU at A111112 , , 1 Biudar, Michael E ' 150 C121 Helen 139 Abadia, Lloyd F 95, 149 Binder, Charles F 105, 150 Clark, Donald V 79 Adams, John 133 Binder, Marjorie 162 Clark' H3291 G 139 Adkiseon, Robert L 161 Bitz, cera1dM 13s Sark- Rjvbf-ITGJL 82 83 88 98 Albright Jerome G 161 Bixby, DonaldW ffaI'Y1 02111 r , , , A1drich,,Susa.n J' 151 Blackwell, Winthrop H C11-ne, Te1'1'Y A 163, 174 Alexander, Rosalie R 161 Bledsoe, Janet C 162 201192 -T1nefA 89, 98, 139 Alfano, Frank R. 161 Blevens Donald L 138 9 e' R9 art 1-Gm 139 Allawa , Rodne M 80 83 101 149 Bli ues: Maril R. 162 Coleman, Harry E Y Y 1 1 r Q YT1 Allen, Charles H I23 B1oede1, E1rnen D 111, 116, 162 gomeffvrd- ghonaas C 163, 167 Allen, Robert J' 161 Blunt, Albert C 95, 150 ommereev avi L 139 Allessio, Patricia 161 Bobzien, John W 162 Conley, Annette E 151 Alley, Lee E 161 Boehmer, Lois Ruth C9n1eYf D01'0fhY K 163 Allison, Patricia A 161 Bonn, Roy E. 150 Conley, Marfm J Altenhofen, Robert J 100, 105, 106 Bonn, s1dr1eyJ 162 Connell- James C 107, 118, 123 Boogaard, James D 97, 163 Connors, Walter H 139 Altenhofen, Vincent N l04,118, 149 Booker, Abrahaxn E 111, 162 gonwayr jvlvrrisgn 91 93 139 132 Arnato, Charles R Boreham, Willia.mB 139 0011935 05eP v - 1 -A-T113-tO, Lena D Borek, Robert W 139 Cormier Donald G Amato, Richard L 89, 161 Bourg, Edward P 139 Cornelius, Delores H 140 Ambrose, Arlene J 123 Bozich, Eldine J 63, 87, 88, 94 gouglallln- -?gneShAM 90, Ambrose Darryl G 99, 122, 124 our eY1 OSSP .A.rn.rna.nn,, Eugene O 138 Brady, Henri B 139 Covert, James 163 Anderson, D. Cris 123 Brady, M. Kathleen 139 Cramer' Ca1'01YnAn-V1 163 Anderson, Gene E 149 Brandes, Barbara Ann 162 grggenf, Joseph A 82 85 135' Anderson, Roy C Brandt, PatriciaE 47 u f ruce 1 1 f Andrews, David M Bredahl, Myron D 162 Cmmingham, Frederick L 91, 97 Andrews, Ilene R 161 Brennan. Ge0Ige W 162 125 Andrus, Charles P Bresee, Susan C 162 Cmm' ham. J01-ml-1 151 Angus, John E 123 Bricher, Thomas E 92, 150 Curl-3? Patrick D 163 Apilado, Vince P 100, 119 Bridges, Williarn E 93, 124 Curry, Ama H 163 Aquino, Vincent G 97, 138 Brooks, Leonard P 100, 104, 114 D Archer, John Q 123 115, 117, 122, 124, 126 Arita, Daniel K Brosseau, Roy E 4 Armstrong, James E 111, 161 Broun, James R Daley, Joseph A 86, 87, 91, 93, 9 Arndorfer, Mary K 90, 149 Brown, Barbara Dee 62, 124 1 b t F goggilgg' Arnold, Ronald K 85, 138 BIOWI1, Betty Jo 'I'-7, 98, 109 D9 91" R9 er ' '140' 176 Arrigotti, Martin L 89, 90, 138 Brown, Dorine Lenora 1 h ' 163 Arrigotti, Raymond J' 56, 96, 91 123 BTOWII-11'lgr John A 92 giggles 35:36 L 89 126 Asson, David A 162 Brumback, Rex P . ' ' Atherton, John E 36, 81, 149 B111-mmett, Franklin J 93, 125 Du?91Si3 13993195 1? 97' Ault, Clyde M 97, 162 Brunkow, Margaret M 62, 125, 127 Tglirmlige I 140 Buchanan, Gwynn 90, 96, 139 Delglexledetti, John A 140 B 1511920121 Arm b 150 Dehen, Richard H 163 B L ti - . 40 Bailey, Richard E 72, 75, 96 BLt1fri,eR21p1raJn er na I1gZie1ZlZ,E1i3gf:1faia 1-1 82, 99, 164 329512 Edward R Bull, Arthur F 111, 116, 163 Delaney, Larry 5 100 rica, Donald J 123 16 Baidriea R1e1rardA 85 92 95 123 Burger' James 153 Delanw' Neal P 64 ' ' ' ' Burke, D611-T113 M Delane , Robe:-tA 1 231:x1be5t,E:za,51M 133 De1m1' M ' Burke, Richard J' Delles, Leo E giflfgfg 162 Burke, Robert W 97, 150 De1p1anene, Marvin R 164 ' B111'I1S Frank A 150 Deluca, Donald E gasgascif' 111'-3111 138 Busch: Mary Lou 150, 153 DeMartino, David J 164 Bauden steb, MZ-YY Ann 149 Buster, R01andH 150 Dettman, Bnzabetlria 53 B99 Z2 Rocfffl d 122 Butts, Lavorn 47, 71. 98, 125. 182 Dewar, Robert R 89, 93, 94, 95 BZ:.SockanDa12YV1?r G 47 132 Byrne' PamCkJ 91'1Z2' 125 If F ds 126 ' ' Dewo e, re Beatty, Joseph L 92, 138 h Ge aid J 151 Beatty, Kathleen D 98, 162 C 1311222221 Jaxges A 140 39921910 Robert C 53' 150 cauanan, Sharron L 125, 127 Diclunan, Jane M 64, 65, 98, 112 EZ2.1iley',RFI'anCEs K 87 93132 Campbell, James F 91, 150 151, 160, 132 er' oger ' ' Carnpbellr Malaki 92, 139 Dickson, Gera1dW 95, 122, 123 Care h 139 - - 98 154 y, Josep Dietz Marie A , Beitel, Robert M 162 Carleton, James E 163 Dillard, John P 85, 97, 164 B61-ding, Phi1iP C Carlson, John B Ditter, Richard P 93, 140 BCHCSOII, Robert D 162 Carpenter, Charles E 163 Dqgldns, Orme L B6n8Ve1'1f0, Richard C 91, 100 Carpenter, Gordon D Dolan, Richard E 140 110, 116, 150 Carter, Clifford C 97, 163 Dolman, virginia J 140 Bennett, Melba J 124 Case, J. 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