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Zeula Griswold 1907-1967 Bursar Daniel McGloin, S.J. 1906-1968 Assoc. Professor of Philosophy El wood Molseed 1938-1967 Asst. Professor of Biology Robert Kovacich 1948-1967 Student William Lynch 1948-1967 Student Lt. Arthur Timboe 1944-1968 Alumnus, ’66wsAuniversity of san francisco don 1968 The San Francisco PersonalityDedication Srr The University community exists for and because of the student—for his intellectual as well as his personal development. The administrative and academic staffs of the university assist the student in his striving towards maturity and adulthood. It is the intricate and unified actions of all the University workers that make it possible for the USF student to obtain a truly Christian education which will reflect in his dealings with the society in which he lives. 4 Robert Brophy, S.J. Assistant Professor of English The 1968 DON is dedicated to the unselfish spirit of those who serve in such capacities and in particular, to the generosity of self constantly displayed by the following: Robert Brophy, S.J. Billie Cordaro Margaret Shanahan It is with humble and sincere gratitude that we dedicate the 1968 DON to these three who exemplify the magnanimous spirit of giving of the entire University community. Margaret Shanahan Assistant to the Deans of Arts and Science 5 Billie Cordaro Duplicating Department•JJI t1968 DON Editorial Board Editor Managing Editor Photography Editor The Year Editor Academics Editor Senior Editor Undergraduate Editor Activities Editor Sports Editor Moderator Jadyne Jeung Phillip Cassou Robert Long Patt Flynn F ritz Knauss Barbara Santana Kathy Ryan Jake Karmendy Jim Wagele John Fischer, S.J. tmi •nr the dawn The workaday world of San Francisco reflects the metropolitan atmosphere of the city by the bay. Its personality is a kaleidoscope of individuals who combine to create the distinctly San Francisco way of life. In the early morning twilight, shadowy figures sling heavy garbage cans over their backs, while sidewalk vendors at Fisherman’s Wharf prepare for a full day's business. The city is awakening to a new day, a new beginning. 8the day In the warmth of the afternoon sun, flower stands enjoy a brisk business and downtown bustles with activity as scurrying individuals each go their separate ways to assume their tasks in the complex of the city. The day brings the fullness promised by the morning as activity mounts to a peak, only to be interrupted by the blare of the noon whistle. 10the dusk As the fop slowly envelops the city and signals an end to the day, the city prepares for night. San Franciscans seek entertainment in restaurants and nightclubs, movies and theatre, opera and symphony. But for others, night brings the beginning of the work day. The entire day reveals the faces of the metropolis. They are all one in forming the distinct San Francisco way of life—the San Francisco personality. 12the year No less an integral part of the San Francisco personality is the USF community. Because of its situation in a modern metropolis, the University of San Francisco offers its students the opportunity to partake and become a part of the singular personality of the city by the bay. The University itself is a hub of activity. College life is a collage of never-ending events—each of which contributes to developing a student's individual personality. The tempo of campus life is as hectic as that of the city of which it is a part. 14the year The direction of college life should ideally lead to stimulation of religious dispositions and advancement in the intellectual world, as well as appreciation of the artistic elements, and a new awareness of the uniqueness of people. The fragments of the college collage are numerous, but no part is in itself complete. It is the combining of all these separate elements which results in a singular personality—the USF personality. The following pages are an attempt to present some of those fragments which find their total realization only in the person of the USF student. 16BUSINESS UlllCIISeptember s M T W T F s 1 2 I'rosli Orientation 3 4 • ) (i 7 8 9 Frosli Registration 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Leadership Conference 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Mass of tlift Holy Spirit 24 25 26 27 28 29 20 Football Season confusion and gnashing of teeth 18 try, try again first big mixfirst bright days of classes 19local talent that time of year aprain 20 student leaders in conference at Napa Valleynew approach to the Holy Spirit September a generous dramatic gesture from College Players 21IS October s M T W T F S 1 3 4 5 Homecoming 6 7 8 9 1ft 11 12 Karl Rainier 13 14 i n 16 17 18 19 20 Reception For Dr. Gorman 21 7 23 24 25 26 Clubs Day 27 28 29 30 ») 1 University of San Francisco Homecoming l %7 a pair of queens people in paper houses . . .a truckload of Peers pie in the eye 23 the crown is passed oneminent Jesuit theologian Karl Rahncr . . . 24 addresses large crowd in ITSF gymhonoring Mel Gorman, 1967’s Outstanding Teacher 25 recruiting1 members on Clubs DayNOVEMBER s T W T F S Ma ss For The Deceased 1 2 1 Blood Drive 5 6 7 8 9 1ft 11 Rose Dance 12 13 14 15 16 Thanksgiving 17 18 19 OA 21 22 23 24 25 Town Halls 26 27 28 29 30 gift from the heart remembering IJSF’s dead 26Flamenco dancing by the SKC 27 Queen of the Roseson drugs . . . on the draft . . . 28... drew crowds ... and provoked thought 29DECEMBER s T W T F S Glee Club Concert 1 2 Christmas Dance 3 ' A 5 6 7 8 9 Basket hall Season 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Finals 17 18 19 2ft 21 Pre-registration 22 23 24 2ft 27 28 29 30 31 gripping moment in The Potting shed 30 Christmas concertpre-reg ... a sit-in of sorts at least it keeps the kids off the streets 31Christmas cheer the Dons in a rare stance DECEMBERthe great escape semester break ground break for the nurses JANUARY 33FEBRUARY s M T W T F S 1 2 3 New Semester 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Chinese ’eek 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Happy Hours 18 111 20 21 22 23 24 Sweetheart Dance 25 26 27 28 29 back again not to be thwarted by the SF newspaper strikeM ISSININ? not here everybody happy town hall on liberty?MARCH s M T W T F S 1 2 Spring Ba II 3 5 6 7 8 9 Midterm? ■i 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 - Milit nrv B all 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 dance of the Pun jabs 36 midterm squeezeAPRIL International night Marching out with the military s M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 International Week 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Easter Break 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Sadkmd 23 24 25 26 Glenn Yarbrough 27 28 29 30 Glenn 37MAY . . . and not so tonse 38 Sortfio Mondes and Brasil 66JUNE . . . the end. s M T W T F S 1 2 3 Senior Week 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 Graduation 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 A beginning . . .AdministrationPresident and Rector Very Rev. Charles W. Dullea, S.J. Fr. President chats with the John Hcalys, benefactors of Hayes Healy Hall, at a dinner driven in their honor. 43Academic Administration The Academic Administration is involved in the mammoth task of coordinating all aspects of academic life— curriculum, faculty, and students—to make the benefits of higher education equally available to all students. This regulation of all phases of the technical aspects of a USF education includes the overseeing of the respective colleges and schools of the University, so that in each of these, every student can realize his full potential. Paul J. Harney, Ph.D. Academic Vice-President Margaret Lightbody, A.B. Assistant to the Academic Vice-President Augustine P. Donoghue, Ph.D. Director of AdmissionsAcademic Administration Hazel Gannon, A.B. Assistant to the Registrar William J. Donnellan, M.A. Assistant Director of Admissions William J. Dillon, B.S. RegistrarTimothy L. McDonnell, S.J., Ph.D. Vice-President for Development Thomas F. Jordan. I».S. Vice-President for University Relations Development The Development Office oversees and provides for the long range expansion plans of the entire University. The Student Union and Hayes-Healy Hall were products of the Development Office, and during the past year this office has been largely concerned with the transition of Gill-son Hall from a men’s dormitory to one for women and with the planning of a new Nursing Building. Future plans include a projected expansion of the campus by incorporating the land now occupied by Saint Ignatius High School. Jack H. Curtis, Ph.D. Director, Urban Life Institute47Student Services Robert A. Sunderland, S.J., M.A. Dean of Men Student Services enable each student to be a well-rounded person by increasing his potentialities physically, culturally, socially, and religiously. Opportunities for personal advancement are offered through utilization of student services, thus making university life more than merely academic in its scope. John J. LoSchiavo, S.J., M.A. Vice-President for Student Affairs 48 Anne Dolan, Ph.D. Dean of Womengloria D. Liebrenz, B.A. director of Placement Student Services Violette Y. Jacob, M.A. Foreign Student Adviser David J. Zaugg, B.A. Assistant Director of Residents 49Helen P. McTaggart, Ph.D. Director of the Reading Center 50 Bernard J. Bush, S.J. and Elliot Short. S.J. ChaplainsStudent Services Robert G. Milligan, Ph.D. Director of Testing and Counseling Clifford C. Hughes, B.S. Ji rector of University Center Charles F. Hafron, B.S. Director, Intramural Program Peter P. Peletta, A.B. Director of AthleticsLibraries Gleeson Library, together with the Chemistry Library in Harney Science Center, holds in excess of 170,000 volumes, plus a rapidly growing collection of pamphlets, maps, records and microfilms. The pattern of service is based upon an open shelf book and periodical collection which is freely accessible to all faculty, students, and staff. The Gleeson Library also houses two outstanding special collections: the St. Thomas More Collection and the Robinson Jeffers Collection, which contain original documents, manuscripts, and letters of these famous scholars. Robert L. Gitler, Ph.D. University Librarian 52 William J. Monihan, S.J., M.A. Director of Library RelationsEdward P. Coffey, M.B.A. Director of Business Services James M. Corbett, S.J., M.A. Secretary-Treasurer Business Services The Business Services provide for that important aspect of the University, the functionings of finance. The Offices of the Bursar and the Treasurer oversee the financial status of the University and each of its students in a friendly and efficient manner, while the Office of Financial Aid informs students of loans, scholarships, grants, and awards, offering advice and guidance to those who need assistance in financing their college education. Frank .T. Reilly, B.S., C.P.A. Assistant Treasurer 53Rosemary M. Moore, B.A. Director of Teacher Placement William E. Crommesch, B.A. Director of Personnel Business Services George T. Preston, B.S.C. Director of Plant Services 54Regents The University of San Francisco has come to depend upon its outstanding Board of Regents for the counsel and direction so vital to the operation and growth of an institution of higher learning in an era of complex change. In the fulfillment of the University’s traditional goals and in the formulation and achievement of new ones, the Regents, all highly respected civic leaders dedicated to the University, provide that advice and guidance which established and continues to maintain the University as an outstanding educational institution. Marshall P. Madison Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro Chairman of the Board of Regents Harry M. Bardt Bank of America Vincent I. Compagno Chickering and Gregory Richard P. Cooley Wells Fargo Rank Christian de Guigne III Stauffer Chemical Company Preston Devine District Court of Appeal Adrien J. Falk Bay Area Rapid Transit DistrictPaul B. Fay Fay Improvement Company Mortimer Fleishhacker George B. Gillson The Fleishhacker Company Jack H. How Edward R. Bacon Co. Reed 0. Hunt Crown Zellerbach Corp. Marco F. Heilman J. Barth Co. 56Charles Kendrick Schlage Lock Company Ernest J. Loebbecke Title Insurance Trust Company Thomas J. Mellon City of San Francisco Donald J. Russell Southern Pacific Company Roger D. Lapham, Jr. Alexander. Sexton Carr of California T. Kevin Mallen Sutro and Company George G. Montgomery Kern County Land Company Jerd F. Sullivan, Jr. Crocker-Citizens National Bank Edmund W. Littlefield Utah Construction Mining Co. N. Loyall McLaren Haskins Sells A. E. Ponting Blyth Company Leslie B. Worthington United States Steel Corporation 57Colleges of Arts and Sciences Richard P. Vaughan, S.J., Ph.D. Dean Margaret Shanahan Assistant to Deans of Arts and Science The College of Liberal Arts, the largest of all the colleges, is under the direction of Father Richard P. Vaughan, S.J. who is assisted by Father Robert L. Maloney, S.J. in the College's newly-created position of Freshman Dean. By providing the student with a cultural background for life, the College of Arts is a preparatory course for the legal profession, government service, the teaching profession, the business world and, above all, for the well-educated man. The College of Science combines the departments of biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics in a coordinated and balanced program of instruction, and prepares the student for medical and dental schools, careers in pharmacy and also teaching. A special addition to the College of Science was the arrival of a new computer available for both faculty and student use. Robert L. Maloney, S.J., Cand. Ph.D. Freshman DeanFaculty:Classics Lloyd R. Burns, S.J., M.A. Assistant Professor Fred L. Ewing, B.F.A. Lecturer in Music Arthur E. Swain, S.J., M.A. (Oxon.) Assistant Professor Glacinto Matteucig, Ph.D. Professor Edward J. Muenk, M.A. Instructor 61Michael B. Lehmann, Cand. Ph.D. Assistant Professor Richard E. Mulcahy, S.J., Ph.D. Chairman and Professor Andrew C. Boss, S.J., M.A. Professor t 62 David M. Kirk, Ph.D. Chairman and Associate Professor Irving Lowe, Ph.D. Associate Professor English Warren J. Coffey, Ph.D. Associate Professor John B. Gleason, Ph.D. Associate Professor 6364 Patrick J. Smith, Ph.D. Assistant ProfessorDavid L. Derus, Ph.D. Assistant Professor English William G. Swartchild III, Ph.D. Assistant Professor John J. Coleman, S.J., M.A. Assistant Professor Robert J. Brophy, S.J., Ph.D. Assistant Professor 65Assistant Professor Ashbrook Lincoln, Ph.D. Professor History Robert I. Burns, S.J., Ph.D. Professor 66Donald R. Campbell, Ph.D. Chairman and Professor History •John P,. McGloin, S.J., Ph.D. Professor John Tracy Ellis, Ph.D. Professor of Church History 67Edmond J. Smyth, S.J., Ph.D. Associate Professor Frank L. Beach, Ph.D. Assistant Professor History William M. Wharton, C'and. Ph.D. Assistant Professor W. Michael Mathes, Ph.D. Assistant Professor 68Col. Vernon 0. Gilbert Professor Military Science J. William P. Boyle and Mi Uiam Cummins, Jr. Assistant Professors Maj. Gerard Landry Assistant Professor 69Maj. Robert E. Mooney Jr. Assistant Professor Sgt. EilgaKincheloe and Sgt. Gemot Bender Instructors Capt. Thomas B. Bragg Assistant Professor 70Luigi D. Sandri, Ph.D. Chairman and Professor Robert L. Hurst, S.J., M.A. Instructor Modern Languages Karl A. Schmidt, M.A. Assistant Professor 71P. Carlo Rossi, S.J.. Ph.D. Professor Mechthild Cranston, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Modern Languages Maria E. Marchesi, A.R. Instructor Jose Martinez, Ph.Ldo. InstructorJohn E. Aguiar, M.A. Assistant Professor Barbara J. Mortenson, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Jean Y. Audigier, A.B. Instructor Modem Languages 73Philosophy Jack Gordon, M.A. Instructor William J. Sullivan. S.J.. M.A. Instructor Wilson A. Aldridge, S.J., M.A. Associate Professor Edward W. Brusher, A.B. Assistant Professor Desmond J. Fitzgerald, Ph.D. Professor 74Vincent J. Moran, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Philosophy Albert J. Smith, S.J., M.A. Assistant Professor Francis J. Marien, S.J., Ph.D. Chairman and Associate Professor 75Physical Education Phillip Vukicevich, R.S. Instructor George H. McGlynn, Ed.D. Faculty Member in Charge and Assistant Professor 76 Peter P. Poletta. B.A. InstructorDonald W. Brandon, Ph.D. Chairman and Professor Alexander Smetana, Ph.D. Associate Professor Political SciencePsychology Richard P. Vaughn, S.J., Ph.P. Chairman and Professor Robert G. Milligan, Ph.P. Assistant Professor Michael E. Cavanagh, Ph.P. Assistant ProfessorHelen P. MeTapjrart, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Lawrence E. Murphy, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Psychology Harold T. Revan, Cand. Ph.D. Assistant Professor James P. McCauley, S.J.. M.A. Instructor 79Jack H. Curtis, Ph.D. Professor Sociology Ralph Lane, Jr., Ph.D. Chairman and Professor Eugene Schallert, S.J., Cand. Ph.D. Assistant Professor Glyn Williams. Ph.D. Mary J. McCormick, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Professor and Director Social Welfare Program 80James J. Dempsey, S.J., M.A. Assistant Professor Speech John J. Collins, M.A. Faculty Member in Charge and Assistant Professor Stephen B. Earley, S.J., M.A. Associate Professor Richard F. Melo, M.A. Instructor Thomas J. O’Sullivan, A.B. Lecturer 81Albert J. Zabala, S.J., S.T.D. Chairman and Associate Professor Theology Barbara A. Day, M.A. Instructor John Hall Elliot. Th.D. Professor Thomas A. Drain. M.A. Instructor James W. McClendon, Th.D. Associate Professor 82Joseph C. Diebels, S.J., S.T.L. Assistant Professor William 0. Richardson, S.J., S.T.L. Assistant Professor Mary Lou Burg, M.A. Instructor Theology Theodore T. Taheny. S.J., S.T.D. Assistant Professor Francis J. Buckley, S.J.. S.T.D. Assistant Professor 83Faculty:Francis P. Filice, Ph.D. Professor Biology Lucy Treagan, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Edward L. Kessel. Ph.D. Chairman and Professor David A. Mullen, Ph.D. Lecturer Robert A. Schooley, Ph.D. Assistant Professor 85Chemistry Robert J. Seiwald. Ph.D. Chairman and Professor Mel Gorman. Ph.D. Professor William J. Maroney, Ph.D. Manfred E. Mueller, Ph.D. Professor Lecturer 86 Andrew C. Dachauer, S.J., Ph.D. Assistant ProfessorInstitute of Chemical Biology Arthur Furst, Ph.D. Professor and Director, Institute of Chemical Biolopy Samuel Waxier, M.D. Research Associate Joseph H. Cast, Sc.D. Research Professor Gifford E. McCasland. Ph.D. Research Professor 87John E. Fischer, S.J., Ph.D. Chairman and Associate Professor Mathematics Millianne P. Granberg, M.A. Instructor Edward J. Farrell, M.S. Thomas E. Frayne, Cand. Ph.D. Associate Professor InstructorPhillip S. Applebaum, M.A. Instructor George D. Sullivan, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Mathematics Otto Plaat, Ph.D. Associate Professor David J. Walsh, S.J., M.A. Instructor 89Karl J. Waider, M.A. Chairman and Professor Donald P. Merrifield, S.J. Assistant Professor J. Clifton Albertfotti, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Rex F. Harris, B.K. Lecturer in Engineering Physics 90 Physics Raymond J. Genolio, Ph.D. Assistant Professor A ft James N. Haag:, Ph.D. Associate Professor 91Francis R. Walsh, LL.B. Dean William J. Riegger, LL.B. Assistant Dean School of Law The School of Law, founded in 1912, offers instruction designed to prepare students for the practice of law. Graduates are eligible to take the bar examination in all jurisdictions of the U.S. and its territories. A member of the Association of American Law Schools, the School has the approval of the American Bar Association and is accredited by the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California. The School of Law is coeducational, and the program of instruction is offered both in a fulltime Day Division program and in a part-time Evening Division program. 92William J. Repan. Ph.D. Dean College of Business Administration Preparing the student to assume leadership and responsibility in the business world is the aim of the College of Business Administration. Because of the constantly changing demands of modern business, the College has adopted the Core Program, designed to give the student the flexibility which comes from a broad education. Lower division courses provide all students with a general foundation and serve also as an introduction to the advanced business courses offered in upper division where specialization is achieved in a chosen area of emphasis. 93 Cornelius Visser, M.A. Assistant DeanBusiness Administration Joseph P. Simini, M.B.A. Professor William D. Litzinger, P.R.A. Associate Professor Steven Hollos, Ph.P. Professor Yuan-Li Wu. Ph.D. Professor 95Business Administration Gabriel A. Zimmerman. Ph.D. Associate Professor Robert A. Stock. M.B.A. Assistant Professor Virginia A. Berry, LL.B. Assistant Professor Donald Del Grande, B.S. Lecturer 96Theodore R. Upland. Jr., M.B.A. Instructor Business Administration Jerome II. Orantz. M.B.A. Lecturer Gamonn Barrett, M.B.A. Instructor Lester Greene. Ph.D. Associate Professor Frank D. Winston. LL.M. Lecturer 97Summer Session Although the Summer Session of the University offers basically the same program as the regular session, special emphasis is placed on the theology curriculum, for which Father Albert Zabala, S.J., theology department chairman, recruits noted scholars from all over the world. Priests, laymen, nuns and brothers assemble for intensive reflection on the latest research in the areas of Scripture, liturgy, speculative and moral theology, and for six weeks the University enjoys the reputation as the most outstanding school of theology in the world. A special feature of the 1967 Summer Session was the Drama Workshop conducted by John J. Collins, in which the students produced Ionesco’s The Bald Soprano. The play was presented this fall at the San Francisco Art Commission’s 21st Annual Arts Festival. Philip P. Callaghan, S.J., S.T.D. Dean Albert J. Zabala, S.J., S.T.D. Director of Theology ProgramSchool of Nursing The School of Nursing is a cooperative effort between the Jesuit Fathers of the University and the Sisters of Mercy in Burlingame. During the four years of instruction, courses in both the arts and sciences are pursued, and the liberalizing effect of the humanities greatly influences both personal and professional enrichment. Clinical experience, which is a part of the nursing curriculum, takes place at St. Mary’s Hospital, Mary’s Help Hospital, as well as other hospitals, health agencies and community centers in the Bay Area. This total fulfillment of self and service is displayed by the graduates of the School of Nursing in their nursing apostolate. 99Sister Mary Martha, S.M., M.S. Associate Professor Nursing Left to right: Joan Green, M.S.N., Assistant Professor (seated); Kathleen Lonsdale, M.S., Instructor; Evelyn Mueller, M.A., Instructor; Marilyn Kellogg, M.S., Instructor; Sr. Martina, S.M., M.S., Instructor; Dorothy Daigle, M.A., Assistant Professor; Eleanor Metz, M.S., Instructor; Frances Evans, M.A., Associate Professor; Sr. Fabian, S.M., M.S., Assistant Professor. 101Patricia Ross, M.S. Instructor Catherine Altman, M. N Instructor Sr. Helen, S.M., M.S. Instructor Lona Schlageck, M.S. Instructor Nursing 102 I exie Woodruff, M.S. Assistant ProfessorNursing Sheila May Pacheco, M.S. Instructor Piedad Esquivel, M.P.H. Assistant Professor Carol J. DeMartini, M.S. Assistant ProfessorDepartment of Education USF, through its Department of Education, is authorized by the California State Board of Education to recommend candidates for the Standard Teaching Credential with a Specialization in Secondary Teaching and the Standard Supervision Credential. In addition, the University offers a curriculum of courses which are accepted by the State Department of Education for credentialization in the fields of elementary education, junior college teaching and school librarianship. Training is also available to those interested in pupil personnel services with emphasis on child welfare and attendance, pupil counseling and rehabilitation counseling. Edward J. Griffin, Ph.D. Chairman and Professor Evening College Drawing its faculty from members of the fulltime Day Division faculty and from part-time instructors in various disciplines, the Evening College of the University offers extensive courses in liberal arts, business administration and mathematics. It is open to all men and women seeking training on the university level who wish to gain college credit or improve themselves by cultural or technical studies. 104 Gerald A. Sugrue, S.J., M.A. DirectorGraduate School More than a mere continuation of undergraduate study, graduate work gives the student a thorough grounding in a specific field of interest and training in the methods of research. The Graduate Division of the University of San Francisco offers courses which lead to the Master’s Degree in the Departments of Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, English History, Education, Political Science, Theology, and a Master of Aits in Teaching. John H. Martin, S.J., Ph.D. Dean Fr. Robert I. Burns conducts a seminar in Medieval Humanities. Honors Program The Honors Program was organized to offer the superior student greater academic challenge through a series of seven seminars, each under the direction of a different faculty moderator. Selected students are concerned with Western European thought and culture as it is treated topically within an advancing historical framework through lectures, discussions, readings, and papers centered on primary sources. Among the subjects analyzed are Medieval Humanism, Modern Social Institutions, and the Philosophy of Science.David Alfred Aced Accounting San Francisco “What will I do toith eve-ni»gs? r Aldrene C. Adami English San Francisco SWAP n "An hour can mean- a life-lime, if used properly. Four gears can be an eternity, if not." Robert John Albertazzi Economics Napa AMU; BSC 3; Football Darlene F. Alioto Political Science San Francisco III A 4. "Education is the apprenticeship of life." Frank Joseph Alioto Marketing San Francisco James Virgil Allison Marketing Duri, Djakarta, Indonesia Hawaiian Club 1; Math Club 4: Rangers 2. “Tritna kasi banjak nonja dan twin." 109 Laurence V. Amaral Accounting Nevada City Peers 1,2,3,4. Fathallah Andy Andrea Accounting Beirut, Lebanon Cynthia Ann Anglemier Mathematics San Mateo Math Club 2,3,4; SEC 3; SWAP 1.2,4. Nicolle Peter Antonacci Psychology San Francisco Intramurals 1,2,3.4; 4 B. 1.2. 3.4. “At best, life is ninety-nine per cent failure and one per cent success, but that one per cent is all that counts.” Dennis Joseph Arietta Accounting Specialist San Francisco Aril 1,2,3,4, V.P. 3; Senior V.P. 4. “A special thank you to my parents for making this all possible” Mary Alanna Arpagus Nursing San Francisco rrr 3,4; sec 4. “Her duty uas done, with a willing heart, and a noble courageous love” — James Kilgannon Sister Mary Leticia Arrieta Nursing San Francisco "To give All for Love is a most sweet bargain." Judith Ann Apalategui Nursing Huntington Beach CIC 1; SNAC 1,2,3,4. "A true friend is the best possession.” Joseph Casey Augustino Political Science San Francisco Academic Council 4: Hawaiian Club 3,4; Historical Soc. 2; Young Demo. 2.3,4. “Tu, pro tna sapientia, debe-bis optarc optima, cogitare difficillima ferre quae cum-que erwnt."—CiceroMark Alan Avelar History South San Francisco Golf 1.2.3,4. William David Bailey, Jr. Marketing Rialto Baseball 1; BAC 2.3,4; Newsletter. Ed. 3; Intra-niurals; Res. Council 1.2; Scabbard and Blade 3,4; Swimming 2; Track 3,4. "If only uc would leant to look . . . The future in retrospect.”—W.D.B., Jr. Cheryl Ann Baas Nursing Santa Ana SEC 3; SNAC 2,3.4; SNUSF 4; SWAP 1. "For all that haft been— Thank To all that hall ho —Yes!”—Dag Hammarskjtfld Paul Anthony Baffico Psychology San Francisco Class Council 1;4»R. 1. Thomas V. Baginski History Lakewood Merritt S. Barnes, Jr. History San Francisco Baseball 2,3.4. “Commence bein’ amazin.” — Stengel 1 Alvin Richard Barrett Political Science Vallejo Block Club 3.4; St. Ives Law Soc. 2.4; Tennis 1.2,3.4; Was-niann Bio. Soc. 1. "Better is the end of a thing than the beginning thereof . . .” Ecclesiastics 7:8 Susan R. Baldi Nursing Davis SNAC 2.3,4; SNUSF 4, Rep. 4; SWAP 1. Vicki Ann Bartolomeo Nursing Downey rrr snusf 4. Rep. 4; SWAP 1.2.Sally Jo Baumgardt Psychology Bakersfield Class Council 1; DON 2.3; European Study Program. Rome 3; R.A I: SWAP i£; "her€8 to opening and upward, to leaf and to sap.” —e. e. cummings 112 .John Joseph Bauer Accounting Specialist Oakland Robert A. Baumann II Chemistry Upland “It's over." Betty Louise Baysinger History San Rafael Academic Council 3,4; AS-USP Sec. 4; Class Sec.-Treas. 3; niK 3.4; R.A. 4; Res. Council 1; Song Girl 1,2,3. Head Song Girl 2,3; WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 4. Jerry F. Bel let to History Burlingame George C. Beckwith English Niagara Falls, New York ". . . But without spleudor or parade." Nancy Marie Beirne Nursing Oakland rrr 2,3.4; i nk 3,4; sec. i; SWAP 1,2. “Liberty of thought is the life of the soul."—Voltaire, ESSAY ON EPIC POETRY Claudia Emilia Benedetti History San Francisco SCTA 2,3,4, Sec. V.P. 2, V.P. 3. Pres. 4; SWAP 1. “All things have their season. and in their times all things pass under heaven. A time to be bom and a time to die..." ECCLESIASTES 3:1,2.Gustavo Luis Benson Spanish Calexico Academic Council 4; Club Hispano - American 2,3,4; Clubs' Council 4; French Club 3,4; President’s Honor Roll 2,3; Sanctuary Soc. 3, WAP 3. Dios no me de paz y gloria . . .”—Unamuno 4; S “Cue srla Maria Ida Berces Biology San Francisco Susan E. Berg Nursing Sacramento IT 3.4. "Thank you, Malissa, Gertrude, Genevieve, Cornelius, Melvin, Irving, Franny, Clem, Ferdinand, and all my fans." Janine Kay Bethscheider Mathematics South San Francisco DAILY DON 3,4, Ed. 4; Em-eraudes 3; HIE 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Math Club 1,2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 2. "The university is full of knowledge: the freshmen bring a little in, and the seniors take none away; and knowledge accumulates" John L. Bernhard Economics Seattle, Washington Clubs' Council 2,3,4; CSF 2. 3,4; Paul Morphy Chess Club 2.3.4. Treas. 4; Philhistorians, Pres. 2,3,4. "A man who conquers a thousand enemies tn battle is nothing compared to the man who conquers himself." —Buddha Michael E. Bilich Industrial Relations Oakland "All mine to give." 113Susan Patricia Bird Psychology San Francisco FOGHORN 3,4; Irish Club 2,3; SWAP 3. "He who can, docs. He who ran not, teaches" —Geargo Bernard Shaw Patrick Charles Blake Biology Tucson, Arizona Rodney John Blonien Political Science Rudolph, Wisconsin AHO 1.2,3; ASUSF Activities V.P. 3, Pres. 4; CSF 3, 4; Historical Soc. 1; K.C.’s 2.3; KUSF 1,2; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 3,4. John 0. Blythe Political Science Lodi Clubs’ Council 3,4; Scabbard and Blade 3,4, Pres. 3. 'To my parents — where words are only neeessarjt when love is gone—no words necessary” Kathryn Lynn Boomer Nursing San Bernardino Sodality 1,2,3.4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; SWAP 1. Edward Peter Bordenave Marketing San Francisco President’s Honor Roll 3. "Don't sweat it.” David George Bowyer Political Science Int’l Rel. Club 4; 01A 4. "To my wife whose love, perseverance, and guidance made this day possible." David Edward Bonfilio Political Science San Rafael ♦ BX 2,3.4. "Thank you. Mom and Dad” Scott L. Boyd English Laguna Beach Peers 1.2,3,4. "The books, games, parties, and the. people, I can never forget; may God bless my parents for a most precious gift." 114Shannon M. Boyd English Mill Valley College Players 1,2,3,4; S.F. QUARTERLY 2,3; WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 3. “I’m so Glad."—Cream ' And grateful Nancy Marie Braun Accounting Syracuse, New York Hawaiian Club 3. “Kindness is next to godliness and disarms men. the quickest."—Tom Dooley Mary Katherine Bray History San Francisco rnE 3,4; Int’l Rel. Club 1, 2; Philhistorians 1,2, Sec. 1; SCTA 2,3,4, Hist 4. “Before I build a wall I'd ask to know what I was walling in or walling out, and to whom was like to give offense."—Frost Kevin Peter Boylan Philosophy Downey Baseball 1; Irish Club 1,2,3, 4; St. Ives Law Soc. 2,3,4; Young Demo. 1,2,3,4. “Reason is not an assurance, but an opportunity attended by risk." Carole Anne Bradley History San Rafael Embers 4, Cor. Sec. 4; Military Ball Queen 3; Res. Council 3. “i hope i have made you proud .. Burt D. Breedlove English Salem, Oregon KUSF 1,2; Peers 2,3,4. A John Walden Branch Accounting Specialist San Bruno President’s Honor Roll 1,2,3. Alice Claire Bray Nursing San Francisco SWAP 2. John James Brennan Political Science Daly City Clubs’ Council 2; KUSF 2,3, 4; SEC 2,3; Young Demo 2, 3, Pres. 2. "To my parents— Today you can sing for the will be that was: ’’—Walt KellyEdward Raymond Brenner Psychology San Francisco Psych Club 4. Rep. 4; SWAP 3.4. “Where there is mud, there is fungus.” Robert Deane Briggs Marketing Palo Alto KSUF 1; SWAP 2. Carol Antoinette Brkich History Huntington Park European Study Program, Rome 3; President’s Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. Thomas L. Brown Accounting Morro Bay Basketball 1,2,3,4; Scabbard and Blade 3,4. “He who lives without folly is not so wise, as he imagines.”—Rochefoucauld “I think the three major administrative problems on campus are sex for the students, athletics for the alumni, and parking for the faculty.” —Clark Kerr Susan Ann Brunton Economics Newport Beach Patricia Ann Brutocao Psychology Covina European Study Program, Rome 3; Psych Club 2; SCTA 4; SWAP 4; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1. “Thank you so much, Mom and Dad.” Edward Joseph Bruzzone Psychology Millbrae Mary Helen Buckley French Red Bluff 116Mary Anne Budeselic Nursing North Highlands Glee Club 1,2; SWAP 1. David Martin Buoncristiani Philosophy San Francisco Stephen J. Buresh Economics Anaheim LeAnna Marie Burke Sociology San Francisco DON 1.2; SWAP 2,3,4. “Leary said, Drop outAnd Ginsberg said to him. ‘Sup-pose I want to buy a piano!' ” Lynn Marie Burke Nursing San Francisco William Thomas Burrows Finance San Francisco Irish Club 3. “It was an experience ” Dwight Allen Butler Marketing Pittsburg “Knowledge I've discovered. Myself, I have yet to find." Marsha Rose Butler Marketing San Francisco BAC 1; DON 3; PACIFIC PROSPECTUS 3; SWAP 4. “You shall see Him smiling in flowers, then rising and leaving His hands in trees." —THE PROPHET Patricia Ann Burke Psychology Glendale BAC 1; DON 3.4, Exec. Sec. 3; HIE 4; President’s Honor Roll 1,2,4; Psych Club 4; R.A. 2,3,4; Sodality 1,2,3.4; Young Demo. 1,2. ". . . for I remember what it was as well as what it might have been."—Rod McKuen Kathleen Cronin Byous Accounting Specialist San Francisco Math Club 2,3,4. “Success and happiness to all my friends." 117Teresa Ann Cadelago Sociology San Francisco Amigos Anonymous 3,4; SWAP 2,3.4. “Wc arc talking now of Knoxville, in the time that I lived there no successfully disguised to myself as a child." Diane Calderoni Nursing Daly City Glee Club 1; SWAP 1,2. “Life must be measured by thought and action, not by time."—Lubbock Sandra Irene Callaghan Nursing Atherton rrr 2,3.4; Ski Club2; SNAC 2,3,4; SWAP 2. John M. Canata History San Francisco Club Hispano-American 1,2; Intramurals 3; Irish Club 3, 4. Act. Chair. 4; SWAP 1. “Do you have a deck?" Andrew M. Canepa History San Francisco DON 3; Florence Relief Com. 3; French Club 3,4. Gabriel Paul Capeto Political Science Pittsburg College Players 1,2; Int’l Rel. Club 3,4; Men’s Sodality 2. Stephen William Carey Spanish Cupertino Club Hispano-American 4; Hawaiian Club 1,2,3,4; 4 BX 1,2,3,4, Sec. 2; Rally Com. Chair. 3; Scabbard and Blade 3,4; Soccer 1; Welcome Com. Chair. 2; Yell Leader 2. “School comes first . . . education comes last." Paulo Renato Carmassi History San Francisco “Beyond the comprehension of time and space there lies pure thought; some will driyik wine, others will not."Joseph C. Caro History Redwood City College Players 1,2; Intra- murnls 1,2,3; Peers 2,3. “A degree: we may use it to get a job, to aid mankind, or to replace thinking." Patricia A. Carroll Social Welfare San Mateo Barbara Mary Cass Nursing San Rafael KUSF 1; SNAC 2,3,4; SWAP 1. ' A happy memory is on earth perhaps truer than happiness.”—A. deMusset Susan K. Can- Sociology Hillsborough Gleo Club 2,3, Sec. 2. “Don't sell yourself short." A Richard Wayne Carroll Psychology Sacramento Psych Club 4. “My deepest gratitude to my parents whose sacrifice and understanding made it all possible." Phillip Edmond Cassou Elect ron i cs-Ph y si cs Greenbrae Am. Inst, of Physics 3,4; DON 2,3,4, Sports Ed. 2.3, Mang. Ed. 4; Pub. Council 4. Karen Ann Carter Marketing Eureka BSC 4; Res. Co-ord. Com. 2, 3, Sec. 2. V.P. 3; Res. Council 2,3. V.P. 2, Pres. 3; IT 3,4; SEC 2. “Remember hoio simple life used to be." Louis Joseph Casamayou Chemistry Watsonville Academic Council 3,4; Cycling 3,4; t»B. 2,3.4; Res. Council 3. “The race is never over until the final sprint." 119Edward Steven Castoria Psychology Albuquerque, New Mexico K.C.'s 2; Rangers 3,4; Scabbard and Blade 3,4. “Time is a very cruel mas-ter." Gil Richard Castro History South San Francisco AI1Q 1; K.C.'s 2,3. ‘'With deep appreciation and thanks to my parents.” James Michael Castro Chemistry El Sobrante Am. Inst, of Physics 2,3; CIC 1; DON 3.4; KUSF 1.2, 3: BX 1. . . you don’t have to stand alone.” —Gzowski Francine Iolanda Cattolico Pre-Med Pittsburg “I was an oak. Now I’m a willow. Now can bend." —Buffy St. Marie Rita Joy Chase Political Science San Francisco Int’l Rcl. Club 4; Irish Club 3; IIIA 4; President’s Honor Roll 2.3. “Thanks to my folks for a wonderful trip ‘from crayons to perfume’." Frederic Henri Charpiot Industrial Relations San Francisco Cluas Council 3; Rangers 3, •1; Scabbard and Blade 3,4, Pres. 4; Swimming 1. Beverly Charters Nursing Ukiah SNAC 4. “Thanks to my parents who made these four years possible." Alliert Chavira Pre-Med El Paso, Texas Glee Club 1; 00. 3,4. 120Stephen Henry Ching Accounting Specialist Honolulu, Hawaii Clubs’ Council 3, V.P. 3; Hawaiian Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3. “If you cannot catch a bird of paradise, better take a wet hen.”—Nikita Khruschev John E. Ciabattari Accounting Daly City Intramurals 1,2,3; K.C.’s 1,2, 3.4. Charles Teague Clay History San Rafael A AT 3,4; Res. Council 3. “Our mistakes will (jive us experience which in turn I tads to wisdom . . . but what is the road to happiness.” Christina Marie Cole Sociology Piedmont DON 3; President’s Honor Roll 3,4: Res. Council 3; Sodality 4; SEC 3.4; SWAP 1, 4. "And. let today embrace the past, with remembrance and the future with longing." —THE PROPHET Barbara Jean Clayton History San Francisco Educ. Club 3,4; Ski Club 2; SEC 3. Michael Joseph Clark Accounting Specialist Sanger BAC 1,2; St. Ives Law Soc. 3,4; Young Demo. 1,2. "To meet his own goals should be. every man’s greatest challenge.” Glen Edward Cole Finance Yuba City BAC 4: CSF 4; Rifle Club 1: Y.R.’s 1,2,3,4. "There never has been, in all the history of the world, such opportunity for youth.” 121Roger Howard Cole Political Science Youngstown, Ohio Suzanne Marie Collins French San Francisco College Players 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2. 122 Sharon Anita Coleman Philosophy-Mi librae Harry Thomas Colthurst Political Science San Diego FOGHORN 1; KUSF 1,2,3, 4, Station Mnj?r. 3,4. Dennis Paul Collin Chemistry San Francisco 4 BX 1,2,3,4; Scabbard and Blade 3,4. Arthur Jean Connelly Economics San Francisco Ain 2,3.4. Henry Lopez Contreras Pre-Med Caracas, Venezuela Soccer 2,3, All Conference 3. “There are so many things to do and so little time." Thomas J. Conway Sociology San Francisco. Psych Club 4; SWAP 3. “What's it all about? I still haven't found out" Carol Corda History Petaluma Class Council 3; DON 2,3; President’s Honor Roll 1; R.A. 3,4; Res. Council 2, Treas. 2; IT 3.4; SWAP 1,2. 7 count myself in nothing rise so happy as in a soul remembering my good friends.” —Shakespeare Norman Jack Costa Finance San Leandro AIM 1,2,3,4; Hawaiian Club 4; Irish Club 4. ‘‘ In experience worth remembering.”Robert William Cotterill Pre-Med Castro Valley 09X 2.3,-1; SWAP 4. Barbara Aileen Crooks History Hillsborough SWAPS. “Love is a spirit that leads men to God" Michael J. Crump Philosophy Riverside “Grooving up is finding out that you are the little boy your mother didn't want you running around with." Elizabeth Ann Coyne English Burlingame SEC 4. Edward G. Curotto Political Science Piedmont St. Ives Law Soc. 3,4; SEC 3; Y.R.'s 4. Harry “Terry” Edward Cush Corporate Finance San Francisco Alin 2.3,4. "Life is worth living and I'm willing to give it a try." Frank Yudice Daboub Intel-national Business San Salvador, El Salvador BAC 1; Rifle Club 1; Soccer 1. Kathleen Evelyn Danzey Sociology Hillsborough College Players 2,3,4; DON 3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Madrigals 2,3,4; SWAP 2; UBAC Co-Chair 3. Jack Curry International Business Buffalo, New York Football 3,4; Ski Club 4. David Karl Deasy Philosophy San Francisco St. Ives Law Soc. 3,4; SEC 2.3,4, Lecture Chair. 3. 123Marilyn Ann Deasy Nursing San Francisco rrr 1.2.3,4. “First, listen." Dennis M. Delee Production Management San Francisco Football 4. Sister Mary Antonella DeBella Nursing San Francisco "Let those whom Jesus Christ has permitted to serve Him hi the person of his suffering soon have their hearts animated with gratitude and love." —Mother Catherine McAuley Maria Luisa de la Fuente Spanish Calexico Charles Xavier Delgado Finance Los Angeles BSC 3.4; Clubs’ Council 4; Football 2; Peers 2,3,4, Pres. 4. "Nemo dat quod non habet— haheol”—Chin G. At6 Victor Lee DeCicco Political Science YYralnut Creek 111 A 4; President's Honor Roll 2,3,4. "To wonder is life, may it continue forever." John Anthony Del Monte Psychology San Francisco Irish Club 3,4. Leslie Rene De La Briandais Industrial Relations Rodeo BAC 2; Hawaiian Club 1; K.C.'s 2,3,4; Peers 2,3,4. “IF iot, me worry?" . . . and smile.” David John De Luca Accounting Specialist Fairfax 124Arthur J. De Mars History El Centro SEC 1. Edward Emile De Martini Biology San Francisco Wasmann Bio. Soc. 4. “Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday, and all is well." Norene Jane d’Ereole English San Mateo DON 1.2; SEC 3.4. “ 7 one is indeed wise, he leads you to the threshold of your own mind.' God bless Vou Mom and Dad." Joseph John Devlin. Jr. Pre-Med San Diego 00X 3,4; President’s Honor Roll; R.A. 4. “Why Not?" Michael DiMuro Psychology Santa Clara Elaine Susan Diani Political Science Sonoma niA 4; SWAP 2.3,4. “There is no place a man can go that is not. a crossroad." Paul Henry Dobson English Glendale FOGHORN 2; Irish Club 2; St. Ives Law Soc. 3.4. Josephine Maryann Diaz History San Francisco French Club 4; I'll K 4; Glee Club 4; Madrigals 3,4; SC- TA 3.4. Sec. 4; SWAP 3. "II font commcncer par ap-prendre a juyer.”—Voltaire 125Glorianlie Dodd Spanish Pebble Beach SWAP 4. "Mingle n little folly with your wisdom; a little nonsense now and then is pleasant”—Horace Kathleen E. Dodini Nursing Grass Valley "They ain’t got me down yet.” Michael John Domeniconi Chemistry San Francisco ♦ BX 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; Sanctuary Soc. 1,2. "Let the word go forth that the torch has been passed to a new generation . . . And the glow from that light the world.”—JFK Del H. Domezio Sociology Napa “A a and Pa—Thanks!” Paul Arthur Donais History San Diego Clubs’ Council V.P. 4; Historical Soc. 2; Psych Club 4; St. Ives Law Soc. 2,3,4, Pres. 4. “To my parents — unique in their sacrifices.” Michael Pierce Donohue Accounting San Francisco K.C.’s 1,23,4; Football 2.3,4, Robert Edmond Downey Spanish San Francisco Amigos Anonymous 3,4; SWAP 3,4. “Sock it to me. world.” James Dennis Dresser Psychology San Francisco Irish Club 1,2,3; «t»BX 1. 126Peter Benjamin Duffy James Jeffrey Duignan Psychology Sociology Atherton San Francisco Psych Club 4; Riflo Club 1; SEC 3,4. “Man discovers that he is someone when he experiences h mself as a thou’ addressed by an 7 " Ana Marie Dulay Sociology San Francisco Academic Council 4; ASUSF Sec. 3; Class Sec.-Treas. 1; DON 2; Exec. Council 3; rfl'K 3,4; Philippine Club 1,3,4, See. 1; Sodality 1,2; SWAP 2; WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 3. “Only now exists, and yet it is an eternity of nows grasping at eternity." —A good friend Martha E. Eilers Nursing Westwood, Massachusetts Kathleen Mary Dunn Psychology Belmont Res. Council 2; SWAP 2,3. Nancy Marie Ellis English Millbrae FOGHORN 2; SEC 3,4; SCTA 2,3. “For tlu■ self is a sea boundless and measureless." —Kahlil Girbran Bruce Edward Egnew Accounting Specialist Corte Madera DAILY DON 2,3, Ed. 3; Hawaiian Club 3.4: SWAP 2.Lawrence A. Elsener Political Science San Francisco Col lego Players 2,3,4; KUSF 3. Michael Patrick Farrell Political Science Tehachapi DON -I; Hawaiian Club 2,3; Track 2,3,4. Ross James Fay Psychology Seattle, Washington BSC 4; Clubs’ Council Pres. 4; Football 1; K.C.’s 1,2.3,4; Grand Knight 4; KUSF 1,2; Peers 1,2,3,4. “And that’s the way it’s did ” Irene J. Estrella Sociology Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaiian Club 1; It.A. 2,3, 4; Res. Council 1; IT 1,2,3, 4; SWAP 1. Kathleen Ann Feeney Economics San Francisco Nicholas W. Ewing Political Science Edmonds, Washington College Players 3,4; St. Ives Law Soc. 3,4; SEC 3,4; SWAP 4. William Lincoln Ferdon History Christchurch, New Zealand Peace Forum 2,4; Y.R.’s 1,3. “The joy which uas the small publicity of the pay an is the gigantic secret of the Christian."—G. K. Chesterton Joseph John Fanucchi English Stockton College Players 4; FOGHORN 4. “Man is a long time coming. Man will yet win. Brother may yet line up with brother.'—Sandburg, “The People, Yes” Fred William Farrelly Sociology San Francisco AlliH,2,3; Intramurals 2,3; Irish Club 1,2,4. Fred Harold Ferguson Political Science Oakland Yell Leader 2. 128Jorge Raul Fernandez Frank Dennis Ferraris Spanish Economics Burlingame San Francisco Soccer 3,4; All Conference 3. “Thanks Mom and Dad." Georgette Denise Feutren History Hayward Theresa Ann Fidler Nursing Long Beach rrr 3,4; President’s Honor Roll 3; Res. Council 2; 2.3,4. Maureen Elizabeth Finn English Santa Cruz Educ. Club 3,4; FOGHORN 1,2; Irish Club 1,2; Song Girl 2; SEC 1,2. “Life is a long lesson in ity." Judith M. Figari Spanish San Francisco Educ. Club 3,4; French Club 4; Hispano-American Club 4; President’s Honor Roll 2,3. “Muchas gracias to my parents.” Vincent Paul Finigan Jr. English San Francisco Golf 1,2. “1 am in earnest—I will not equivocate—I will not excuse —I will not retreat a single inch; AND I WILL BE HEARD."—W. L. Garrison “I don’t care what she says—I still won’t recommend her LOVE BOOK for my 1-a classes.” Maureen Ann Finnegan Nursing Oakland Academic Council 3,4; Irish Club 1,2; IT 1.2,3,4; WJC 3,4. 129Stanley Francis Flott, Jr. History Denver, Colorado A£NS.4;CSF 2.3.4. Treas. 4; Clubs’ Council 2.3,4; President’s Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; DON 3; Jnt’l Rel. Club 2.3, 4; SCTA 2,3,4; Student Peace Forum 3,4, Sec. 3; Paul Morphy Chess Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. 2,3,4; Y.R.’s 3.4; Philhistori-ans 1.2,3,4, V.P. 2,3,4; Wester States Extemporaneous Champion 1,3,4. Mary Kathryn Fontes Nursing Fremont SNAC 2,3,4; SWAP 2. Beverly Ann Firpo Sociology San Francisco MK 4. Clifford Mark Fisher Political Science Colusa IAI 3,4, V.P. 4; SEC 1,2,3, 4. Pub. Chair. 4. Thomas Francis Fitzpatrick English San Francisco College Players 1,2; FOGHORN 2; Intramurals 1; Irish Club 1,4. Steven Franich Marketing Watsonville BSC 2,3,4; K.C.’s 2,3,4; Peers 1,2,3,4. Paul John Fonteyn Biology Visalia Patrick James Ford Economics Phoenix, Arizona SEC 1,2,3,4; IAI 3.4; Y.R.’s Is SWAP 3,4. T , .... . „ “May the Baby Jesus shut John .Michael horc your mouth and open your Finance mind.”—Family Dog Sebastopol 130Pamela Maria Fraser History Worcester, Massachusetts Les Furnanz E lect ron i cs- Phys i cs San Bruno “Thanks, UJS.F." Gail Denise Gall English Belmont Class Rep. 4; College Players 2; Hawaiian Club 1; SCTA 8; IT 1,2,3,4; Young Demo. 1,2. “Thank you Mother and Daddy.” David Michael Freeto Pre-Med Fresno Student Court 3,4, Assoc. Chief Justice 4; Swimming 1. 2,4; 00X2,3,4. “Why me . . . Why you . . Why us?" Mary Ann Gamma History San Francisco Therese Anne Gander Mathematics San Francisco Math Club 2,3,4. “Whoever labors to penetrate the secrets of reality with a humble and steady mind, is, even unawares, being led by the hand of God." Nancy Carol Friel Psychology San Francisco DON Act. Ed. 3; mE 3,4; Psych Club 1,2. Thomas Fritch Pre-Med Encino 00X 2,3.4; t BX 1; President's Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; SWAP 4. William Roger Gargano Political Science San Francisco Irish Club 4; III A 4; St. Ives Law Soc. 3,4; St. Vincent de Paul Soc. 3,4; Young Demo. 3,4..Michael Francis Gasi arini History San Francisco Bduc. Club 4; Football 1,2,3, 4; KUSF 4. Edward Marco Gazzano Psychology San Francisco Irish Club 1,2.3.4; 4 RX 2; Waamann Bio. Soc. 1. Mary Margaret Gatlin English Ix ng Beach Academic Council 4; DAILY DON 2; FOGHORN 2; KUSF 1; President’s Honor Roll 1, 2,3.4; 3,4; SWAP 1. “Many thanks to my parent Except for the American Woman, nothing interests the eye of the American Man more than the automobile or seems so important to him as an object of esthetic appreciation.”—A. H. Bann, Jr. Catherine Anne Gehling Nursing Pendleton, Oregon rnE 4; SWAP 1,2; SNUSF 4, Cor. Sec. 4; YYY 3,4. "Prayer and love arc learned in that hour when prayer has become impossible and your Ronald Walter Gen ini History Oakland College Players 4; French Club 4; Historical Soc. 2; fnt’l Kel. Club 4; Irish Club 4; K.C.'s 4. ,4IIVt'f come very far, very fast.”— Yevgrov, in DR. ZHI-VAGO hart has turned to stone” —Thomas Merton Raymond William Gerhardt Accounting Specialist San FranciscoCheryl Ann Gonsalves Phychology Honolulu, Hawaii Educ. Club 4; Hawaiian Club 1; President’s Honor Roll 2, 3,4; Psych Club 1; SWAP 2. John Francis Gherini Political Science Santa Barbara Clubs’ Council 3; 4 £A 4; St. Ives Law Soc. 2,3,4; Student Court 4. Louis John Giraudo Political Science San Francisco Class Pres. 1; Exec. Council 2; K.C.’s 4; UBAC Chair. 2, 3. Louis E. Gonzalves Biology La Loma, New Mexico K.C.’s 2,3,4; Res. Council 2; Soccer 1; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 2,3,4; Young Demo. 1, 2,3. Gail Anne Goszulak Nursing South San Francisco rrr 1.2,3,4. "Happiness is not happiest until it is shared —Clayton Barbeau Anthony Edward Mary Patricia Graham Graham History Political Science Pasadena San Mateo "The truth is like gold: keep it locked up and you will find it exactly as you first put it away." Peter Jeffrey Goyton Industrial Relations San Francisco BSC 3; Class Rep. 3; Track 1,2; WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 133Douglas Harold Grant Mathematics Watsonville Golf 1; K.C.'s 2.3.4; Math Club 2,3. “What is this, a joke?” Christine Grace Grinnon English Oakland DON 1,2, Act. Ed. 2; HI E 3, 4; Hawaiian Club 1. Arleen R. Guaraglia History San Francisco Educ. Club 3,4. “Learn to pause—or nothing worthwhile can catch up loith you.” Rita Marie Guarino History Mountain View Diane Marie Gularte Nursing Arroyo Grande SNAC 1,2,3,4; SWAP 1,2. “1 took the one less traveled by. a?ul that has made all the difference"—Robert Frost Gerard Thomas Haff II Finance Pine Valley Ain 3,4; SEC 3,4, Films Chair. 4. Michael David Hakeem Political Science Stockton Intramurals 3,4. “Today is the tomorrow I worried about yesterday" —Maude 134 Jean Halcomb English San Francisco SCTA 4. Robert Justin Hamacher History Spokane, Washington K.C.'s 2,4. Leo Anthony Harrington Mathematics San Francisco Math Club 4; Paul Morphy Chess Club 2,3,4.William Thomas Haslam History San Francisco Irish Club 4; SEC 4; SWAP 4. “Education has for its object the formation of character.” —Herbert Spencer Mary Jeannette Hays French Hillsborough Kathleen Ann Hickel Nursing Colusa rrr 3,4; Sodality 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4. “The woods are lovely, dark and deep, but I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep."—Robert Frost A Ilelaine Mildred Head English Oakland College Players 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4; SWAP 2. Teresa Marie Heieck History San Francisco French Club 4; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; SCTA 3,4, V.P. 4; SWAP 1. “Laissex dire les sots: le sav-oir a son prix.” Helen Kathleen Henry Sociology San Diego Glee Club 3,4. "Can't live proud enough to die when I’m gone so I guess I’ll have to do it while I’m here.” Lyda Louise Hill Nursing Silver City. New Mexico SEC 3,4; SWAP 1. "One must, not tic a ship to a single anchor, nor life to a single hope.” Laszlo Hites Biology Budapest, Hungary Soccer 2,3,4; Swimming 2. Charles Eugene Ilobrecht Electronic -Physics San Francisco Am. Inst, of Physics 4. Barbara Arth Hoese History Failbrook 135Janet Marie Holland Political Science Santa Clara Academic Council 4; I'll E 3, 4. V.P. 4; Paul Morphy Chess Club 2; 111 A 1; Res. Council 2,3, Treas. 3; Sodality 1.2,3, 4, Treas. 2; SWAP 1,2; St. Ives Law Soc. 3,4; WJC 4. 136 Kathleen C. Hogan History San Francisco Educ. Club 2,3,4, Treas. 4; Irish Club 4. “Thunk you. Mom and Dad,” David Paul Holguin English Los Angeles A AT 2,3,4; Baseball 1.2,3; Block Club 1,2,3; Inter-Frat. Council 4. Mary Kathryn Holzemer Sociology Columbus, Ohio BSC 4; SWAP 4. “What a hoot to exploit!” Anne Mary Horgan Nursing San Mateo Irish Club 1,2: R.A. 2.3,4; IT 1,2,3,4. Arthur James Howell Psychology Healdsburg Sharon Marie llowlett English Honolulu, Hawaii Richard E. Hove Political Science Alameda niA 4.Martha Elizabeth Hunter Spanish El Cerrito Glee Club 2.3,4; Madrigals 2,3,4. Andrew Paul Hubbertz Philosophy Castro Valley Gregory E. Hughes Accounting Specialist Sunol Peers 3; Rangers 2; Res. Council 2. “It's been a gas.” Now playing—Phil Husby and selected shorts. Paul C. Janicki Mathematics Whittier Cross Country 2,4; Math Club 2.3,4; SWAP 2,3.4; Track 3,4. William Curtis Javorski Pre-Med Salinas Academic Council 4; 00X 2, 3,4; •MIX 1; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1,2.3,4, Treas. 2.Marsha LeMaire Jobst Sociology Burlingame | i James B. Jones Political Science Alexandria, Louisiana SWAP 1. “I'm grateful to many." Marvin W. “Marve” Johansen Finance Oakland SAM 4. “God grant me serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things that I can: wisdom to know the difference.” Daniel Ray Jones History Spokane, Washington R.A. 4; Res. Council 2,3; Scabbard and Blade 3,4; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1. “It is a proud moment in a larger moment which is life.” Marie T. Jordan Nursing Pasadena "You have to make the good times yourself. Take the little times and make them big times, and save the times that are all right for the ones that aren't so good.” Charles Joseph Johnson Marketing San Francisco Irish Club 2,3,4. “Prepared am I for the ISth Century.” Ronald Robert Johnson Marketing Daly City Ana 1.2,3,4, Sec. 1,2; Golf 1, 2,3,4. “Winning isn’t everything ... It’s the only thing." Gregory Steven Jones Ph i losophy—P re-Dcntal Carmel “A thousand mile journey began icith a foot put down.” —Lao Tzu “Thanks Mom and Dad.” Carol Ann Joch Nursing West Covina SEC 3; SNAC 2,3,4; SNUSF 4, Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1. “ What next? Why ask? You already know all you nerd to know: that its sole measure is your own strength.” Gary Lee Jurovich Accounting Specialist Sutter Creek K.C.'s 3,4; Res. Council 2. “To my mother, my father— who is gone—I owe so much. My gratitude to both is great”Karen H. Kamimoto English Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii Educ. Club 3.4; Hawaiian Club 1,2,3,4; SEC 3,4. ‘IAu milieu de font des perils, il me rcstc moi . . .” —Montaigne Richard T. Kaneko Accounting Specialist Honolulu, Hawaii AIN 3,4; BIT 3,4; Res. Council 2,3,4; St. Ives Law Soc. 3. Wayne Yukio Katayama Political Science Gilroy Pep Band 1,2,3,4; President’s Honor Roll 1; Res. Council 2; St. Ives Law Soc. 3; Scabbard and Blade 3,4. Alex K. Katsopoulos Mathematics Greece Peter J. Kelly History Tiburon Patrick T. Kenefick Biology Burlingame President’s Honor Roll 3; R.A. 4; Res. Council 1. “Not what men do worthily, but what they do successfully is what history makes haste to record." —H. W. Beecher Richard Tetsu Kenmotsu Accounting San Francisco James Jamison Kerr Accounting Specialist Riverside, Connecticut Ain 3,4. Nand Kumar Khanna Production Management New Delhi, India All Nations Club 4, Pres. 4; Int’l Week Chair 4; Model U.N. 3. “Life is worth when wc live as servant of mankind." John L. Kimbrough Pre-Med Portland, Oregon 00X 2,3,4; President’s Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. “This is only the beginning." 139Bradford John Kirby Marshall Francis Kirby Physics Biology San Francisco San Francisco A£N 3,4; Am. Inst, of Physics 3,4; dee Club 1,2. Robert W. Kirby, Jr. Political Science San Francisco President's Honor Roll 1,2,3. I wish those kids would throw out then-bubble gum before they play in the sandbox. James Graham Klaes English El Paso, Texas BSC 3; CIC 1.2. "So much... and for what?" Catherine Patricia Kirschner English Denver, Colorado Embers 4, Sec. 4. “Without the faith and understanding of my family and friends—this would not be so meaningful." Andrew W. Kneier Theology Pasadena Academic Council 4. "I feci that I have unwrapped the present my father has given me. I am grateful and hope to be like him."Karen Elizabeth Kolander Nursing Stockton rrr 2,3,4, sec. 3, v.p. i; rnE 4; SNUSF 4; SWAP 2,3. "In rivers, the water that you touch is the Inst of what has passed and the first of that which comes; so with time present "—Da Vinci Donna Lucene Krueger Mathematics Belmont All Nations Club 1; Math Club 1,2,3,4, Prog. Chair. 4; SEC 3.4. "There are two worlds: the world that we can measure with line- and rule, and the world that we feel with our hearts and imagination." —Leigh Hunt John R. Knorr History Traverse City. Michigan Int'l Rcl. Club 4; Track 3.4. “To be or not to be—that is the only question." Paul Frank Koester English Wichita, Kansas College Players 1,2,3,4; KU-SP 2. "You'll never get to heaven if you’re not an angel.” Michael John Kotlanger History San Francisco Irish Club 1.2,3.4; St. Vincent de Paul Soc. 1,2,3,4. Pres. 4; Sanctuary Soc. 1,2, 3,4. Charles Hubert LaCroix Political Science Stockton Intramurals 2,3,4; Track 1. “In these things there lies a deep meaning: yet when we would express it, words suddenly fad us." Kathleen Mary Krause French Daly City Educ. 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James Michael Lee Economics Oakland FOGHORN 2; Intramurals 2,3,4; Irish Club 1.2,3,4; President's Honor Roll 2,3; St. Ives Law Soe. 3,4. “To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield." -Tennyson Dick Lam Lynne Marie Lanctot Philosophy Sociology San Francisco San Francisco Amigos Anonymous 3,4. “The whole, world moans and travails until it reaches the fulness of the Sons of God." —Romans: 8 Henry Spencer Lang English San Francisco Academic Council 3,4; AS-USF Prosecutor 4; Clubs' Council 3,1; Irish Club 4; St Vincent de Paul Soc. 4; Y.R.’s 1,2,3.4. Trcas. 2. Pres. 3.4. “Man lives to be cither axe or block." Jeffery Norman Lee History Vallejo AflQ 3,4; Football 3. Kenneth L. Lee Accounting San Francisco “Being is. Not being is not’ Maggie May Kay Lee Biology Hong Kong John Louis Leli Accounting Specialist Fontana BSC 4; Hawaiian Club 4; Irish Club 4; Peers 2,3. Kathleen Ann Lewis Sociology Pawtucket, Rhode IslandRosemary Lewis Nursing Livermore “Lift', has loveliness to sell... Buy it and never count the oost” Laura Lima Nursing Sanford. Maine Patricia Diane Limper Nursing Yuba City Glee Club 1. Amy Young Limsico Economics Manila, Philippines Intn Rel. Club 3, Act. Chair. 3; Philippine Club 3. Sec. 3. “Success is sweet; if you have tasted the bitterness of failure.” Leo Ian Biology Hong Kong Dennis K. S. Lock Accounting Specialist Honolulu, Hawaii BSC 3,4, Chair. 4; Hawaiian Club 3,4, Trcas. 3; Intra-murals 4; WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 4. Dianne Eleanor Loveland Sociology Novato “Nothing is lost if it leaves a memory.” David C. Lowe Accounting San Francisco 143Linda Weather field Lucasey Psychology Alameda "Tomorrow is not time enough to hold peace in your hand." Lawrence L. Luchetti English San Rafael College Players 1,2,3,4. "The true revolution is in our hearts darling; the other one’s u fake"—Ghelderodc Hey, hey I'm a monkey... Stephen Ellis Lucia Political Science Ix s Altos Class Pres. 3; Class V.P. 1; DON 1,2; niA 3,4, Pres. 4; President’s Honor Roll 1,2,3, 4; St. I ves Law Soe. 2; SEC 3. “Let it be known when I am dead: his sins were scarlet but his books were read." Ann Elizabeth Lund Theology-Sociology San Francisco CIC 1; SEC 4; SCTA 4; SWAP 4. "There are three things I have learned never to discuss with people—Religion, Politics, and the Great Pumpkin."—Linus van Pelt Maria H. Lucido Spanish Hollister Class V.P. 4; President’s Honor Roll 1.2,3,4; IT 1,2, 3,4; Spanish Club 3, V.P. 3. “One never knows, does one?" A Gerald Francis Ludden 11 nance Columbus, Ohio Diane Kay Luksich History Los Altos "If I can get through Italian I, II, and III. I can get through anything — Thanks Mom and Dad!" Susan Ceclia Lunny English San Mateo Irish Club 4; SWAP 4. "You arc good when, you are one with yourself. Yet what you arc not one with your, self you arc not evil." —Kahlil Gibran "Thanks Mom and Dad." 144Iain Angus Macdonald Philosophy-Accounting Glasgow, Scotland Academic Council 4; Allfl 1, 2,3.4; Inter-Frat. Council 4. “We arc all a bunch of bana-uas, swaying in the breeze, waiting to be picked by his great understanding love— some of them fall on stony craft—and some fall on the waistcoat "—John Lennon Judy Lu MacGowan Nursing Morro Bay Chenayi Leonard MacI lady Marketing Wedza, Rhodesia Ternot MacRenato Political Science Fremont Soccer 1.2,3,4. “I dreamed life was beautiful. I woke up and I learned life is duty” NTcil Ross MacIntyre, Jr. Pre-Med La Jolla 00X 2,3,4; SWAP 3.4. Exec. Committee 4. Sister Mary St. James Madden English Sacramento This little pig went to market, This little pig stayed home . . . William Alfred Maffei History San Francisco Club's Council 4; Cross Country 2; Historical Soc. 2; Irish Club 3.4. Pres. 4; President’s Honor Roll 3. Dan Hugh Maguire History San FranciscoBarbara Ann Maney History San Francisco Educ. Club. 4; President’s Honor Roll 1,2,3. "But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep."—Robert Frost Gregory Evan Mantle History San Leandro Class Rep. 1; Class V.P. 3; Rangers 3,4; Rifle Club 1,2, 3.4. Pres. 3; Rifle Team 2.3, 4, Capt. 4; Swimming 1; Y.R.’s 2.3. Dieudonne Manu Economics Brazzaville, Congo French Club 1; Int’l Rel. Club 1; Soccer 4. “Cheque annee apporte de nouvelles ambitions . . . aujourd'hui elle n'est qu’une etape." Diane Maksim Sociology Palo Alto Amigos Anonymous 4; Arriba Juntos 4. “You have to go away to come back." Wayne R. Mannheimer Philosophy Superior, Arizona “Thanks Mom and Dad." Carolyn Marie Mahoney Pre-Med San Francisco Educ. Club 2, Treas. 3; Was mann Bio. Soc. 1,2,3,4. A James Alan Makaweo Finance Hilo, Hawaii Hawaiian Club 1,2; Peers 1, 2.3,4, Treas. 3, V.P. 4. "I've, got the problem to every solution " Michael John Marovich Sociology San Francisco Joseph Earl Marshall, Jr. Political Science Los Angeles DON 2,3; FOGHORN 1,2,3; Glee Club 3; Intramurals 1, 2,3,4; Track 2,3.Anthony U. Martinez Sociology Casa Grande, Arizona Intramurals 1,2,3,4; R.A. 4; St. Vincent do Paul Soc. 1; Sanctuary Soc. 1; Work-Study Co-ord. 3. “Life is a many splendid thing—I’ve learned to appreciate every ounce of it." Stephen George Maysonave Industrial Relations San Rafael Class Council 2; FOGHORN 1,2,3,4, Adv. Mngr. 1,2, Bus. Mngr. 3,4; Res. Council 1,2; Swimming 1; WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; Y.-R.’s 3,4. “Before me shall altvayR come my God, My Family, My Friends and Neighbors." Joseph J. Mastrantonio, Jr. Psychology Los Angeles Peers 1,2,3,4; Res. Council 1, 2; Rifle Club 1. “Thank God and Government Loans." Geoffrey P. Mawn History Alhambra Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Scabbard and Blade 3,4. Bernice Marie McCabe Psychology San Francisco DON 3; Psych Club 1,2,3,4; SCTA 4; Y.R.’s 1,4. Nancy J. McClaran English San Francisco Irish Club 1. "God offers to every mind its choice between truth and repose. Take which you please —you can never have both." —Emerson Lawrence Dale Mays Industrial Relations Lockeford A Ell 2. Catherine L. McAllister Social Welfare San Francisco “Hoping and praying should never be confused with studying."—Linus van Pelt Thomas Patrick McDonagh Business Administration San Francisco Irish Club 3,4; K.C s 3,4. 147James Frances McFadden Philosophy San Francisco "We know the sound of two hand’s dapping, but what is the sound of one hand dapping?" John Joseph McGregor English Burlingame FOGHORN 3,4; President's Honor Roll 3,4. "Shadwell never deviates into sense."—John Dry den Kathleen P. McKenna History San Francisco DON 3; SWAP 3,4. "Time is a great teacher: today me tomorrow maybe you.—Carl Sandburg Kathleen Rose McMahon Nursing Fremont rrr 3,4; sec 3,4; swap 2. "If you give up too soon you may miss buried treasure Suzanne Marie McNicholas History San Francisco French Club 4; Irish Club 1, 2; Psych Club 1.2; SCTA 4. John Meenaghan Nursing ShruleGalway, Ireland "I have the distinction, if it is, of being the first male to graduate from the Nursing School." Michael F. McDonough History San Rafael Philip Michael McEvoy Chemistry Corte Madera ♦ BX 1,2,3,4. "I have only begun to learn." 148Ronald Steven Mei Biology San Francisco Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Robert Keeland Meisel, Jr. History San Francisco College Players 1.2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4. “The truth is there to find for him who cares to search” —Terence MacSwiney Ronald Paul Mendes Finance Honolulu, Hawaii Hawaiian Club 1,2,3; Judo 1. It helps to have a rather odd face like mine. People always recognize you. —Elsa Lanchester Gilbert John Mendonsa English San Francisco College Players 1; FOGHORN 1,2. “Thank you, St, Jude” Gary D. Menino Philosophy Hilo, Hawaii Rifle Team 2,3,4, Capt. 4. “Those tvho expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must like man, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.” —Thomas Paine Sheldon S. Merchant History San Francisco "Of all victories, the first and greatest is for man to conquer himself.”—Plato 149James F. Meyer History Alexandria, Virginia Res. Council 3. "Thank you Mom, Dad, and Mikal." Sister Clara Milko Nursing Iselin, New Jersey Thomas G. Miller Psychology Portland, Maine All Nations Club 1,2; Psych Club 1,2; Class Council 4. "We should strive to see ami appreciate the uniqueness of individuals." Keith Alvin Meyer Chemistry Mill Valley David Chandler Mezzera Philosophy San Francisco Chess Club 1.2; College Players 2; Intramurals 3,4; Phil-historians 1,2. Patrick S. Millikan Finance Downey BAC 1; SWAP 2. "We must wait until evening to see how splendid the day uas."—Sophocles Robert Lawrence Misner History Portland, Oregon Academic Council 4; A£N 3. 4, Pres. 4; AUSF Publicity Chairman 3; FOGHORN 1, 2; President's Honor Roll 1, 2,3,4; RA 4; Res. Council 3; St. Ives Law Soc. 3. Marcia Carol Mickelsen Spanish Klamath Falls, Oregon Dick B. Miller, Jr. History Klamath Falls, Oregon Judith Anne Misuraca Sociology San Francisco Irish Club 3.4; Young Demo. 1.2,3,4. . “Education is man’s going forward from cocksure ignorance. to thoughtful uncertainty." 150Susan L. Modelison English Sonoma College Players 1; European Study Program, Rome 3. "II mondo non piu grande di gucsta citta."—Grazie Gail Anne Mordasini History San Francisco French Club 4; Irish Club 3, 4, Sec. 4; SCTA 3,4; Young Demo. 1,2,3,4. Cynthia Irene Moeller Nursing Rolling Hills SEC 3,4, Pub. Chair. 4; TIT 2.3.4. "The friends that I have made here have made even thing worthwhile Alexander Monterrosa Psychology-Sociology San Francisco Amigos Anonymous 2,3; Arriba Juntos 3; Urban Life Inst. 4. "Gcistc." Kathleen Faye Moreland Psychology Oakland Academic Council 3,4; Class Council 2; Class Rep. 1, Sec. 2; Psych Club 1; Song Girl 3; WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES; IT 3,4. “Thanks Mom and Dad." Philip Edward Mohrhardt Accounting Specialist Cazadero JoAnn Antoinette Moos Biology San Bruno Thomas Waters Moreno Accounting Specialist Hillsborough Intramurals 3,4; Res. Council 4. Martin Edward Molkenbuhr III Marketing Hillsborough Irish Club 2,3,4; K.C.’s 3.4. "You send a Jackass to college and you get a Jackass back.” Alfonso Joseph Moresi History San FranciscoDennis John Mori Accounting Specialist Daly City Golf 2. Ronald Leland Moyer Finance Burlingame Margaret Muench Psychology San Francisco Rose Catherine Munjak Social Welfare Iraklion, Crete, Greece Amigos Anonymous 2; College Players 2; lnt’1 Students Club 3,4; SWAP 2,4; Young Demo. 3,4. "One must not tie a ship to a single ancho., nor life to a single hope." —Epictetus “The presidency of a large university is an anachronism. The public demands that the president be everywhere at all times. He is thought to be omniscient, omnipresent, and Mr. Chips all rolled into one." —Whitney Griswold President, Yale University Edward A. Murphy 111 English Manhattan Beach DON 1.2,3; FOGHORN 1,2, 3,4; S.F. QUARTERLY 1,2, 3. John David Mullen, Jr. Psychology Garden Grove BSC 4; Poors 2,3. 152Diane Celeste Musumeci Mathematics San Francisco “These have been four years: a lesson in humility." Alice A. Myers Nursing Oakland Edward Louis Myers Mathematics Redwood City-Math Club 1.2,3.4. Michael Nardi English San Jose Theodore Dennis Nasser Nessa Monir Nateghi Political Science Sociology' Lafayette Teheran, Iran 111A 4; Res. Council 3; St IntT Rel. Club 4. Ives Law Soc. 2,3. William Anthony Newsom, Jr. Biology San Francisco Ann 1,2. Patricia Ann Nolan English Burbank DON 3; Irish Club 1; R.A. 4; SWAP 3,4. “The wall is black from old fire8. But the sky is blue, isn't it?"—Paul Blackburn 153Timothy John Norman Sociology San Francisco Intramurals 3. “Bleated be you, harsh matter barren soil, stubborn rock: you who would yield only to violence, you who force us to work if we would cat.”—Teilhard Dennis Anthony Norton History San Francisco “A Ithough your mind’s opaque, try thinking more if just for your own sake.” —George Harrison Manuel Edward Nunes Latin Santa Rosa CSF 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Paul Morphy Chess Club 3,4; «t» B 1,2,3,1; Rifle Club 1; Sanctuary Soc. 1,2.3.4; Y.R.’s 1, 2,3. “Lia Alexandre, a Ilamero de rnancira. Quc sempre sc Ihe sabe a cabeceira.” —Camous Lusiadas Ellen Anne O’Brien English Redwood City “Here I stajid, head in hand 99 Corydon B. O’Bryne Philosophy San Francisco 154 Simonnc Marie O'Grady English Palo Alto Thomas O'Neill History San Francisco Lothar Osiander Spanish Munich, Germany Soccer 2,3,4.Mary Ellen Ostern English Petaluma DON 3; QUARTERLY 3. Cathryn Sue Owens Nursing Leona Valiev SWAP 1; WJC 3, Chair. 3. "Love is the only satisfactory answer to the problem of human existence.”—Fromm Jack Robert Pagendarm Production Management San Leandro FlAC 3.4. “Anyone who imagines that all fruits ripen at the same time as strawberries knows nothing about grapes." —Paracelsus Barbara Lynn Pape Spanish San Francisco College Players 2,3,4; Irish Club 3; Club Hispano American 3. 7 am grate fid for the education I have received; no one can take it from me." Therese Ann Palacin Sociology San Francisco "What I must do is all that concerns me; not what people think."—Emerson Mary Elizabeth Pappert Nursing San Bruno ITT 3.4: KUSF 2; SNAC 1,2.3,4. “For yesterday is but a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision; but today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness." Linda M. Paquette Nursing Pasadena “Look well to this day. for it is life . . . for yesterday is only a dream, and tomorrow is only a vision, but today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and very tomorrow a vision of hope.” Gregory John Parini Political Science Crockett Baseball 1; IntT Rel. Club 2; Intramurals 2,3,4; Res. Council 2; Scabbard and Blade 3,4; SCTA 4; Young Demo. 2.4. “Thanks Morn and Dud for all that you haste done for 155Kathleen Ann Parrent Nursing Los Angeles A AT Sweetheart 4; SWAP 2. Alec Francis Peck Psychology Arcadia K.C.’s 4; SWAP 2,4; Tennis 2. Cathy Ann Partmann Accounting Specialist San Carlos Class Council 1; Res. Council 3, Treas. 3; Student Loan Adm. 2,3; WHO’S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 3. ". . . to ham . . . to love . . . to live . . Walter James Pavlicek Mathematics Portland. Oregon Academic Council 3.4; AIN 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3 4; Math Club 1,2,3.4, Pres. 2.3; Track 1.3. “When you cannot express it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meagre and un-satisfaclory kind" —Lord Kelvin A1 A. Pellegrini English Florence, Italy College Players 1.2,5; FOGHORN 1,2.3; S.F. QUARTERLY 4.5. Ed. 4; SEC 2.3, 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 5. “lieirare of the snakes you crush beneath your heels." Thomas Aloyius Passanisi History San Francisco Football 3.4. Anne Carroll Pelletier English San Francisco DON 1,2; Irish Club 1,2. Barry Eaton Patrick Political Science San Francisco Dennis Michael Pay nter History Alameda Educ. Club 4; SWAP 1. “. . . It's prudent to recall: a man who holds a moonbeam in his hand has nothing there at all." Michael A. Perez Biology San Francisco 156Robert John Plavchak Accounting Los Angeles Robert A. Pindroh History San Carlos Baseball 1.2,3,4. "Win a few, lose a few, some yet rainedMargot Jane Poor Nursing Santa Rosa rrr 3,4. "Give to the world the best you have, and the brut trill come bark to you " —Madeline Bridges Frank Pycha History-Political Science Omaha, Nebraska Ronald E. Pratt Philosophy Alameda Pub. Council 3; S.F. QUARTERLY 3. Asst. Ed. 3. “He tvho thinks . . . has bartered the solid earth for the water, and one day he will drown."—Steppenwolff James E. Prindiville Physics San Francisco John L. Presto Theology Modesto "All around that meets the cUc is cool and fresh.” —Basho Daniel Francis Quinn History Redwood City A AT 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,1; President’s Honor Roll 1; Yell Leader 2. Peter Francis Quittman Political Science Oakland Int’l Rel. Club 4; President’s Honor Roll 3.4; Tennis 1,2. Joanne Gayle Prigmore Accounting Ukiah Class Sec.-Treas. 4; Sodality 1,2,3,4, Pres. 3. Stephen W. Prochnow Production Management Downey Baseball 1.2; BAC 4; K.C.’s 3.4; Pub. Rel. Chair. 4; Res. Council 1; Pub. Chair. 1. “Life's but a walking shadow: a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more.”—Shakespeare Robert Anthony Rafael Pre-Med San Rafael O0X 2,3,4; President’s Honor Roll 1,2,3. “Now take I my allotted share. 'Tie a fool's part heedless to waste his life.” —Buddha 158Richard Raymond Raker Accounting Penn Yan, New York Nancy Anne Rankin History Sacramento ASUSF Legr. 2; Club His-pano-Anierican 2; DON 2; Int’l Rel. Club 4; SEC 2,3,4; Music Chair. 4; SWAP 2; Wasmann Bio. Soc. 1. “According to the Chinese, nations on the point of collapse have very many laws." —Albert Camus Arthur Eugene Reardon History San Francisco “The beginning of every thousand mile, journey is the first step." Linda Marie Ramelot Industrial Relations San Francisco Ruth Davis Reed Nursing Menlo Park rrr 3.4; snac 1,2,3,4; SWAP 2. "He who knows nothing, loves nothing."—Paracelsus Joseph Ramos III Physics San Francisco Am. Inst, of Physics 2.3.4. V.P. 4; College Players 1. "My gratitude goes to my parents." Jeffrey Lance Randolph Production Management Medford, Oregon Young Demo. 2,3.4. “Four years at the university—two years of studies, two years finding a parking spot." Samuel Rankin Marketing San Francisco “The sacrifices you give up to attain an education are small." Donald Paul Regan II Accounting Specialist Burlingame SWAP 3. “With the exception of chance, you are the cause of all things that happen to you." Matthew Makins Regan English Burlingame Res. Council 3. “Is it true or is it not. what is which and which is what?" —Winnie the Pooh“Hold it! Don’t bring on the dancers yet.” Catherine Ann Reiss Psychology Sheboygan, Wisconsin “So long, San Francisco. It is time to leave you notv." Carla Bean Richards History- Orange, Virginia Michael Leonard Rende Political Science San Francisco Irish Club 1,2: K.C.’s 1,2,8. “iVow I shall endeavor to make a few bucks." Dennis Robert Riemann Accounting Specialist Fullerton Academic Council 4; Glee Club 1; Peers 1,2,3. “.Vo small art is it to sleep, it is necessary for that purpose to keep awake all day." —Nietzcho 160 Roger Ralph Reuter Accounting Specialist Tucson, Arizona Irish Club 4; Math Club 3,4; Rangers 3,4. “My deepest gratitude to my Mother and my Father, though it is hardly enough for all that’s been given." Charles Robert Rinehart Mathematics Napa BSC 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3, 4; Math Club 1,2,3; Res. Council 2,3; Scabbard and Blade 3.4. “Nothing seems foul to those who win."—Shakespeare John R. Ringseis Management San Francisco AJohn Philip Ritchie, Jr. Economics San Francisco 4 BX 2,3,4. Alexandra Victoria Robinson History Bakersfield SEC 3. Sister Mary Xavier Rock Nursing Santa Clara Marie Antoinette Rodin History San Francisco “The groanings of the soul arc unutterable." Geraldine Margaret Romitti Sociology Sacramento “Seeking means: to have a goal: but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal."—Siddhartha Robert James Rossi History San Francisco Football 3,4; Rifle Club 1; Track 2,3; Younp Demo. 4. "The bear has his apple— Thunk you." Lester A. Roudabush Modern Languages Hayward SEC 2. “Jc songcrai dc belles choscs." A Geraldine Lynn Ruegg Nursing Burlingame rrr 4; Res. Council 2; SWAP 2. “Impossible, had it not been for my wonderful family— thanks to all of you for this wonderful opportunity." Michael James Romo English San Marino K.C.’s 3,4; Peers 1,2,3,4, Pub. Chair. 2; Student Court 3.4, Chief Justice 4; WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 3. “Man’s integrity is seen not in what he can do but what hr cannot do." —Flannery O’Connor Bette J. Ruellan Latin San Francisco Clubs’ Council 3; FOGHORN 3; President’s Honor Roll 1, 2.4; S.F. QUARTERLY 2; Y.R.’s 2,3,4, Pres. 3. “Thus ends a four-year quest for yet another middle class status symbol." 161Lawrence M. Russell Economics Tustin David E. Rychel History San Leandro Tennis 1,2,3,4. Nancy Annette Sarlatte French San Francisco French Club 3.4; Irish Club 3; President's Honor Roll 3; SCTA 3,4; Young Demo. 3. " thank all who have loved me in their hearts, with thanks and love from me.” Maryanne E. Santana English Hillsborough FOGHORN 1; S.F. QUAR- TERLY 1. "All I can (jive you is broken-face gargoyles. It is too early to sing and dance at funerals.”—Carl Sandburg Gilbert C. 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Relations Alex Wong Mathematics Mildred Woolley English Chuiying Yu Political Science Jill Zwaska Nursing 255Rome Center Studying abroad in one’s junior year is a dream for many and an actuality for a lucky few. USF students who are among these lucky few study at the Loyola of Chicago Rome campus located on Monte Mario which commands a view of the Eternal City. The school accomodates 260 students and since classes are held only four days a week, opportunity for travel is extensive. Side trips to England, to Germany for the Oktoberfcst, and to the Holy Land during the Christmas season are highlights of the year abroad. Needless to say, studying takes a back seat to such excursions which, in themselves, are a valuable education, and Europe becomes for these students a classroom in itself. In the midst of some Roman ruins, USF’s traveling students take a breather from their hectic sightseeing schedule. The other side of the picture—studying—enters into life abroad, too. 256A front view of Loyola’s Rome campus as seen from the main drive. Janice Notch Cynthia Parnell Gregory Ryken John Stuart Edward Torres English Biology History History Psychology © Mary Rrutocao Sociology Robert Canepa History Stanley Greene Sociology Kathleen Lyons English Linda McIntyre History Mary Welte Political Science 257ASUSF President This year, the students of the University were represented by former Activities Vice-President, Rodney Blonien. Rod showed strong leadership potential in the past and continued to do so by strongly supporting the students’ needs. More specifically, Rod was actively involved in the Bill of Student Rights, the Twenty-One Club, and the Town Halls. Vice-President A member of the Junior Class. Will consistently maintained an active interest in University affairs, serving as Class Representative in his Freshman year and Publicity Chairman for the Peers last year. As Vice-President, Will actively supported efforts for a Twenty-One Club on campus and fought for greater student control of finances. 261John Jurewitz assumed the formidable responsibilities of Student Body Treasurer. John, a member of the Junior Class, proved himself to be a diligent worker in providing a means to account for and revise the $80,000 budget of the student activities fund. ASLSF As Student Body Secretary, Betty Baysinger is responsible for providing accurate summaries of the ASUSF Legislature meetings. Betty has consistently given of her time to University affairs, having been a song girl for two years, and this year, serving as a member of the Academic Council. As Activities Vice President, Rich Hinkle is responsible for co-ordinating all student activities. These include such events as the Welcome Dance, Happy Hours, Fiesta, and mixers. Rich, through his involvement with the QUARTERLY, KUSF, Sigma Alpha Sigma, and the Varsity Baseball Team, possessed the background necessary to organize the social needs of a university.Prosecuting: attorney Henry Lang approaches the bench for consultation with Chief Justice Michael Romo and Associate Chief Justice Dave Freeto. Student Court The Student Court’s jurisdiction is appelate with regard to the conduct of students and campus organizations as governed by the ASUSF Constitution and laws of the University. The court, consisting of five justices, was strengthened by the addition of a prosecuting attorney representing ASUSF. John Dalton, Dave Freeto (Associate Chief Justice), Michael Romo (Chief Justice), John Gherini, Peggy DeVoo, Henry Lang (Prosecuting Attorney). 263Seniors Mike Wooten (Pres.), Gail Gall (Rep.), Maria Lucido (V.P.), Joanne Prigmore (Sec.), Tom Sweet (Rep.). Planning for the Senior Exclusive and the events of Senior Week were the main responsibilities of the Senior officers. Another class project was the sale of USF Beer Mugs as a means of raising money. Seniors also showed an active interest in the creation of a 21 Club and the proceedings of the Finance Committee. Class Officers Juniors The main social event of the year planned by the Junior Class is the Junior-Senior Prom held at the beginning of the second semester. Taking an active interest in the workings of the legislature, the Junior Class officers were instrumental in drawing up a proposed plan for the 21 Club and urged greater student control over the expenditure of funds. 264 Phil Kelly (Pres.), Phil Lauro (Rep.), Mary Strazzarino (Sec.), Leo Murphy (Rep.), Gary Anderegg (V.P.).Sophomores This year, the officers of the Sophomore Class stressed the importance of student involvement. Sophomore students were well represented in cheerleader, song girl, and legislative chairmen positions. Mike Darner (V.P.), Joe Phair (Pres.), Lydia Merlo (Sec.), Don Dana (Rep.), Jim Blood (Rep.). Paul Yorsatz (Pres.). Bill Empe.v (Rep.), Cindy Huff (Sec.). Pat Shea (Rep.). Class Officers Freshmen This year the officers of the Class of 1971 showed that although they were the newest members of the University, they were not the least active. Participating in the various Homecoming activities, the Freshmen officers also took part in the many committees of the legislature. 265Academic Council Linda Renn, Helen Thurston, Jeannie Tschann, John Deagen, Walt Pavlicek, Don Knotts, Andrew Lou Casamayou, Mike Galligan, Bridget Sweeney, Kneier, Ana Dulay, Ian Macdonald, Kris Moser. A controversial campus topic in times past, the Academic Council this year proved its worth to the University. The purpose of the Council is to provide an academic liaison among administration, faculty, and students. The strength of this liaison was shown when the Council embarked on a highly successful course and teacher poll among virtually all ASUSF members. ROW ONE: Janet Holland, Mary Gatlin, Iain Macdonald, Cindy Fregulia, Betty Bay-singer. ROW TWO: Harry Morrison, Dennis Riemann, Patt Flynn, Daniel Sheehy, Dave Buoncristiani. Gustavo Benson.Board of Student Control The Board of Student Control is responsible for seeing that the regulations of the University are enforced. The Chairman of this Board is appointed by the Student Body President and he, in turn, selects the remainder of the member's. The BSC’s duties also include the distribution of student body cards, the sale of tickets for campus activities, and the supervision of elections. ROW ONE: Noella Saccone. ROW TWO: Larry Ayres, Mike Sullivan, Charlie Rinehart, Ted Furlow, Bowman Olds, Jim Petrini, Gerald Barron. ROW ONE: Dennis Lock, Chuck Delgado, Mary Holzemer, Steve Franich, Karen Carter, Cameron Carlson, Phil Thygeson. ROW TWO: Ross Fay, Phil Tachella, Frank McGee, John Mullen, John Leli, Jim W a then. 267Interfraternity Council ROW ONE: Rob Lehrber-ger, Iain MacDonald, Sue Libershal, Kathy Roberts, Dan Sheehy, Bob Solon. ROW TWO: Tom Ret-tagliata. John Daly, Dennis Collin, Dennis Hall (Pres.), La rry Sef fens, Ray logger, John Kimbrough. The purpose of the Residents’ Co-ordinating Council is to provide for co-operation among the three residence halls, both educationally and socially. The members of this body consist of the President and Vice President of each of the Residence Hall Councils. It is the Residents’ Co-ordinating Council that has jurisdiction over these individual bodies. Under the sponsorship of this organization, films and intra-mural sports provide opportunities for activities among all residents. Organized in 1966. the Interfraternity Council is dedicated to the purpose of promoting cooperation and service among the member fraternities. During Greek Week, this interfraternity spirit is manifested in events such as athletic competition, the chariot race, and information booths for each of the individual fraternities. Residents’ Co-ordinating Council Tim Ruef, Judy Miranda, Kathy Ryan, Ed Pietraczyk. Margie Ryan. Toni Ann Se-crest, Mike Darner. 268Clubs’ Council ROW ONE: Sandra Shade. ROW TWO: Terry Heieck. Rill Maffei. Elizabeth Thompson. ROW THREE: Manuel Nunes, Ross Fay (Pres.), Roland Fong. Gustavo Benson. The purpose of the Clubs’ Council is the supervision and coordination of the activities of all officially chartered clubs on campus. A link be-tween the Executive Council and the specific organizations themselves, the Clubs’ Council forwards charters and recharters to the ASTJSF legislature and advises the legislature concerning all matters pertaining to the clubs. ROW ONE: Mary Jane Anderson. Claudia Renedetti, Toni Ann Sec rest (Sec.). ROW TWO: Paul Donais (V.P.), Stanley Flott, Mark Howard, Rich Scholl. Ilenrv I ang, Gregorio Araneta. 269Residents’ Councils Hayes-Healy Hall ROW ONE: Linda Hughes (Sec.), Toni Ann Secrest (Pres.). Mrs. Sullivan (Mod.), Corene Being (Treas.), Margie Ryan (V.P.). ROW TWO: Kathy Deming, Linda Celoni. Sandy Disotelle, Joanne Stag-naro, Paula Peterson, Diane Cook. ROW ONE: Cheryl Yoshimura, Rita Wojtalewics, Mary White. ROW TWO: Betty Blackburn, Lynn Oner. Mrs. Cooper (Mod.). Theresa McLean, Judy Sealise. ROW THREE: Kathy Mullins. Kathy Ryan (Pres.), Courtney Galbraith (Treas.), Judy Miranda (V.P.). Barbara Dunn (Sec.). Gillson HallResidents’ Councils ROW ONE: Mike Damer, Ed Pietraczyk, Tim Ruef, Bob Watson, Dave Devoti, Dennis Haaf. ROW TWO: Maurice Cox, Gary Wilfert, Larry Martin, Grant Steer, Jim Rice, Jim DeJohn, Rich Kaneko, Frank Jaquinta, Larry Lantrip. The University’s Residents’ Councils are composed of a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary, a Treasurer, plus one or more elected representatives from each floor. The purpose of the Residents’ Councils is to represent the needs and interests of all students living on campus. They sponsor such activities during the year as open houses, art shows, and mixers. Phelan Hall ROW ONE: Phil Laura, Pat Maloney, Paul Fiye, Neil Smith, Conrad Hanson. ROW TWO: Pat Flynn, Fr. Sunderland, S.J., Bob Bacci, Tom Sims, John Ford, Carlos Martinez, Jeff Lau, Jim Roberts, Sean Sweeney. Ed Quinn. 271t Debbie Bocci practices a routine on a helpless Frank Clifford. Sporting their lively green and gold unifoims while performing precision-timed routines, USF’s song girls added freshness and vitality to the year’s games and rallies. They played an important part in promoting and encouraging school spirit among all the Dons. Shelley Ryherabide, Casey Craig. Molly McMillen, Kathy Fenton, Debbie Bocci. Linda Tait.Pat Marantette, Tim King, Priscilla Scotian, Ed Chiosso, Frank Clifford, A1 Rodrigues. Yell Leaders Parking lot pep rallies. Freshman Welcome Week, and efforts to increase attendance at the away games by arranging bus transportation for the students were the main projects of the Yell Leaders this past year. Their indefatigable pep encouraged spirited cheering sections. Head Yell Leader Ed Chiosso leads the fence in a rousing cheer. 273CSUSF Although only in its first year of charter, the Chinese Students of USF undertook an admirable program to promote Chinese culture on campus. Beginning the year with a Chinatown banquet, the club capitalized on this early success by initiating Chinese Week to coincide with the Chinese New Year. In addition to sponsoring such events as beach parties and movies, the club also participated in International Week. ROW ONE: Jerry Lee (V.P.), Rolland Fong (Pres.), Dolly Lumsdaine (Sec.). ROW TWO: Teresa Lee. Kristyne Jeung, Terry Chow, Magdalen Chan. ROW THREE: Melvin Fong, Darrell Fown, Ray Quock, Mr. Gordon (Mod.). ROW ONE: Tony Maniscalco, Larry Wong, Jon Jew, George Lin, Dan Soon. ROW TWO: Kenneth Chang, Janice Ogi, Kitty Fan, Fanny Cheung. Julia Leung, Diana Fu, Tom Matsuki. 275Conservative Student Forum ROW ONE: Matt McKay, A1 Menaster, Kurt Graffy, Kim Summerhays. ROW TWO: Greg Figueroa, Loren Van Wyk (See.), Manuel Nunes (Pres.)» Stanley Flott (Treas.). This organization, formed in 1964, is dedicated to inform the interested student of the concepts, ideas, and practices of conservatism. Through discussions. directed readings, and seminars, the Conservative Student Forum approaches conservatism from an academic, rather than a political, point of view. ROW ONE: Gary Anderegg, Timothy O’Brien, Jesus Villa. ROW TWO: Joe Desmond, William Schary, Dennis Kafura, Anthonio Rufino.lilUUl ROW ONE: Anne Hodges, Darby See, Catherine Kirschner, Pidge Bradley, Sarah Andrade. ROW TWO: Kathleen Ryan (Treas.), Noella Saccone (Pres.), Elizabeth Ahlering. ROW THREE: Sandra Robards, Ellen Hartfield, Deanna Moser, Jeanne Moran, Kathy Walsh (V.P.), Mrs. Ross (Mod.). Embers The purpose of the Embers is to promote interest in the Army ROTC Program. Membership in this organization is limited to twenty-five girls. By serving as official hostesses for the Army ROTC and the University, these girls form an active body dedicated to the interests of these two institutions. Emeraudes The Emeraudes, a relatively new club, is open to all female undergraduates. The purpose of this organization is to promote unity among the coeds and spirit throughout the school. More specifically, they encourage student activities such as the Christmas Formal, tutoring programs, and act as parade hostesses for various University activities. ROW ONE: Joan Sullivan, Theresa Baciocco, Mary Martinez, Deborah Bocci, Judy Greco, Liz Ahlering. ROW TWO: Patricia Murphy, Genevieve Carter, Mary Ewing, Elizabeth Thompson, Elizabeth Feeley, Dianne Sim-ionato, Patricia Boettcher. ROW THREE: Maureen O'Neill, Mrs. Day, Linda Barrett, Janet Brennan, Carol Dubost, Victoria Furman.Drill Team AI Rodrigues, Rick Cardenas (Exec.), Rich Parina (C.O.), Bob Long-, and John Hancock lead the Drill Team through its paces. USF's Drill Team attempts to achieve the ultimate in the drilling techniques of the Army ROTC Program on campus. Any ROTC member is eligible, but must meet certain qualifications in order to be selected. The Drill Team represents the Cadet Brigade in competition, parades, and in exhibitions for visiting Army leaders. French Club Although not a requirement, most members of the French Club, or Cercle Francois, have French as their academic major. Periodically this group meets to speak French and to exchange ideas on French culture. ROW ONE: Josephine Diaz, Nancy Sarlattc, Karen Rogenes, Michael Parmer. Trinka White. ROW TWO: RonGenini, Cathy Rooney, Lynn Tis-siera, Sandra Shade, Jeannie Clayton. ROW THREE: Susan Sho- dahl, Ternf Heieck. Zaid Gharabally, Gustavo Benson, Kathy Krause.ROW ONE: Collette Murakami, Bob Murphy, Jane Wagner, Gail Nakagaki. ROW TWO: Dennis Lock, La Verne Nakoa, Mrs. Cecelia Soule, Kathy Cullen, Suzanne Vienna, Kathy Rene, Sue Shaner, Peggy Pang. ROW THREE: Steve Ching, Jim Puloa, Lew DeMattei, Ernie Fong, Charlie Rosenblad, Jim Day, Jeremy Kozuki. USF’s Hawaiian Club is open to any student interested in the customs and culture of our newest state. Through such activities as the annual luau, Communion Breakfast, Gym Nights, and social gatherings, the Hawaiian Club offers a variety of activities for its members. ROW ONE: Julie Ildefonso, Susie Pickering, Karen Rogenes, Paula Krich, Gladys Shaw. Linda Estrella, Jane Richards. ROW TWO: Norine Lau, Stephanie Hotta, Mary Blancarte, Larry Ayres. Greg Correa, Jim Tehero. ROW THREE: Sean Sweeney, Dan Rodriguez, Ron Valmassy, Dennis Carvalho, Adam Vincent, Ron Rodriguez, Larry Stevens.Club Hispanoamericano ROW ONE: Sr. St. John, Nancy Swanson, Linda Sparks, Stacey Knight, Nancy Vogeley (Mod.). ROW TWO: Michael Baldonado, Maybelle Ballantyne, Dieudonne Manu. Ricardo Rojas. Gina Merle, Roberto Castillo, Luz Vega. Carlos Galvin. The promotion of cordial relations between Latin and North America is the aim of Club Hispanoamericano. By sponsoring various dances and trips throughout the year, this organization attempts to bring about an understanding of the Spanish-American way of life. ROW ONE: Sr. M. de Ixmrdes, Arlene Santa, Lynn Boyle, Isabel Vex-ler, Stephanie Murnig. ROW TWO: Ramon Gonzales, Olivia Jimenez, Maureen Wallace, Gustavo Benson, Gladys Shaw, Joanne Martin, Ben Ruano. 280Irish Club USF’s Irish Club, primarily a social organization, has as its aim the furthering of the Gaelic tradition at the University. Activities include the annual Christmas Toy Drive and the sponsoring of a mixer during the year. ROW ONE: Tony Fulcher, John O’Rourke. Pat Pender. Karen Ro-genes, Linda McCausland, Kathy Quinlan. Paul Carmassi. ROW TWO: Eleanor Carmody, Jill Cardoza. Elissa Wiegand, Kevin Lowe, Kathy Krause. Judy Misuraca, Ron Genini. ROW ONE: Susan Riordan, Janet Brennan, Kandy King. Marian Valputic. Mary Shanahan, Toni Merz. Gail Modasini, Mary Lacey (V.P.). ROW TWO: George Chavez, Bill Kays. Roger Strack, Sever!n Rizzo, Michael Kotlanger (Treas.). John Canata. Jim Petersohn, Bill Maffei (Pres.).Dave Wright, Steve Prochnow, Les DeLaBriandais, Mike Romo, Mike Casey, Rich Stevens, Paul Ferreboeuf, Don Russo, Ross Fay, Bob Slattery, Ed Mahoney. Knights of Columbus The U.S.F. Council of the Knights of Columbus was founded in 1957. As the largest Catholic fraternal organization in the world, the Knights offer a program of religious, athletic, and social events to the qualified Catholic man. During the school year this organization sponsors such events as the Blood Drive, Father President’s Communion Breakfast and the New Year’s Eve Dance. ROW ONE: Bill Bordin, Wayne Mannheimer, Steve Franich, Gary Jurovich, Dennis Zouzounis, Mike Bracco, Rick Figoni. ROW TWO: Andrew Caughman, Mike Morris, Joe Cronin, Tom Petrini, Mike Kelechava, Norm Luna, Tony DeVincenzi. 282During the past several years, the Math Club has become increasingly active on campus. Numerous lectures were sponsored by the group concerning various opportunities and facets of this field. This year, the Math Club cosponsored the annual Homecoming mixer. Roger Reuter, Leandra Er pel ding, Gil Sateia, Donna Krueger. Gerry Vercesi (Vice-Pres.), Linda Renn (Sec.-Treas.), Jim Johnson. Math Club ROW ONE: Donna Krueger, Theresa Gander, Jean Slaughter, Jim Allison. ROW TWO: Ed Myers, Louise Ottoboni, Cynthia Anglemeir, Kathy Byous, Ken Palla, Walt Pavlicek, Paul Janicki. ROW THREE: Rich Scholl (Pres.), Pat Murphy, Gerry Vercesi. 283The Paul Morphy Chess Club offers to interested students the opportunity to increase both their skill and enjoyment of the classic game of chess. This is achieved primarily through individual and inter-club competition as well as classes conducted by experts in the field. Stan Flott tries his luck against Maureen Molloy. Paul Morphy Chess Club ROW ONE: Al Monaster (V.P.), Maureen Molloy (Hist.), Stan Flott (Pres.). Fr. A. Swain. S.J. (Mod.), Gary Anderegg, John Bernhard (Treas.). ROW TWO: Dennis Kafura. Manuel Nunes, Donald Fritz, Fred Botti. John Siepler, Bill Sehary.Peers Members of this all male group are dedicated to the promotion of school spirit on campus. Their greatest contribution is the painting of signs announcing events and activities on campus. Other activities include the publication of the Year, the University’s activity calendar, unfailing group spirit and attendance at games, and numerous parties held throughout the year. Ross Fay. Mike Romo, Jerry Guerin. Steve Franich, Chuck Delgado (Pres.). The Peers show their musical ability. 285Yes. Virginia, even Peers take baths sometimes. Peers ROW ONE: Gary Fracchia, Don Dana. Joe Mastrantonio, Milford Ford. Tom Dorsey (Pub.). Scott Bovd (Mem.). Jim Makaweo (V.P.). ROW TWO: Pat Lucay, Bill Dum-mer, Rich Genoni. Larry Amaral, Doug Chisholm. Mike Brown, Walt Fleischer (Act.), E. M. Sullivan. ROW THREE: Greg Hughes (Treas.). Jim Sepeda, C. Maher, Buck Breedlove, Fred Goeringer, Will Kempton. 286ROW ONE: Stan Flott (V.P.), Pat McAdoo, Gary Anderegg, John Bernhard (Pres.). ROW TWO: Richard Gosse. Matt McKay, Bob Lehrberger, A1 Menas-ter (Pub.). Philhistorians The Philhistorians, USF’s debating club, is one of the oldest existing clubs on campus. Following on the perfection of self-expression, the speaking ability of its members is developed through competition in inter-squad events as well as in tournaments sponsored by the club itself. Psychology Club USF’s Psychology Club has undergone a series of expansions during the past few years. Members of this group are able to approach psychology from a viewpoint other than in the classroom by the attendance of guest speakers at the meetings and the various field trips that are scheduled throughout the year. ROW ONE: Deanna Moser (Sec.). Margaret Muench (Act.). ROW TWO: Rich Carroll (V.P.). Dr. Murphy (Mod.), Mark Howard (Pres.). 287ROW ONE: Ed Castoria, Pat White. John Lynch, Phil Ward, Greg Hughes, Kevin Boylan, Roger Reuter. ROW TWO: Paul Sitter, Dave Petty, John Ewen, Bowman Olds. Greg Mantle, Steve Carey, Ed Carberry, Bill Borden. Rangers HSE s Ranger program, headed by Major Cummins of the ROTC department, strives toward creating a well-trained, well-disciplined corps of select ROTC cadets. The Ranger training course is modeled after the U.S. Army Ranger course and is so demanding and strenuous that only a handful of the best and most dedicated cadets are accepted. ROW ONE: John Morehouse, Jim Nunnally, Dan Gurash, Jim Bonato, Nick Pichignau, Ray Michaud. ROW TWO: Bob Jes-inger. Chris Calhoun, Ken Waldron, Sgt. Manio. Steve Gillum, Don Dana. Bill Kidd. ROW THREE: Joe Moran, Pat McCanta, Mark Hrmalick, Joe Trechter, Larry Vierra, Bob Barulich, Dave Seharlach.Scabbard and Blade ROW ONE: Henry Hunter, Wayne Katayama, Ed Castoria, Robert Watson, Dan Jones. ROW TWO: Major Boyle, Greg Mantle, Geoffrey Mawn, George Sallaberry, Steve Carey, Mike Sullivan. ROW ONE: Fred Charpiot, Don Sarnowski, Dennis Collin, Charlie Rinehart, Tom Brown. ROW TWO: Bill Kidd, Dave Gallo, Charlie Martinez, Dennis Freeman, Dave Scharlach, Joe Connell, Tim Truett. Scabbard and Blade, the military honor society, is dedicated to the creation of leaders for the United States Army. Open to all upper division ROTC students, Scabbard and Blade actively participates in field excursions, service activities, and presents one of the year’s most popular formal dances, the Military Ball. 289 St Ives Law Society The Saint Ives Law Society is a professional organization open to all pre-law students. Activities include an annual field trip and banquet plus the opportunity to observe law classes and listen to guest speakers discuss various aspects of law. Paul Donais (Pres.), Paul Dobson (V.P.), April Kestell (Scc.-Treas.). ROW ONE : Dennis Pederson, Chris Johnson, Rich Hazelwood. ROW TWO: Dave Wright, Scverin Rizzo, Marilyn Coffy. ROW THREE: John Gherini, Rill Wild. ROW FOUR: John Jurewitz, Tony Rufino, George Barron. 290Sodality The Men’s and Women’s Sodalities on campus are religious organizations dedicated to “Christian growth and maturity among: the members.” Keeping: in mind the stress today’s theology places on the religious community, these respective sodalities serve as a testimony to the importance of religion in the lay community. ROW ONE: Kathv Hicke1. Brenda Morton. Janet Holland. Toni Ann Secrest (V.P.). Carla Lastreto. ROW TWO- Phil Mehrhardt, Kaki Boomer (Pres.). Pat Burke Maureen Molloy (Sec.). Marv-anne Werner, Joanne Prigmore. Steve Maysonave. Bill Gabriel, Ken Waldron, John Morehouse, Tim Stark Student Games Committee The Student Carnes Committee is a group of interested, spirited Dons dedicated to the promotion of spirit. In their first year thev have tried to bring back the “white-shirted” cheering section at basketball games. 291ROW ONE: Vicki Bartolomeo, Ingrid Clemmensen, Susie Pickering, Susan Petrinovich. Mary Tesch. Teresa Chow. Loo Tolan. Janie Richards, Kathy Nichols. Ginger George (V.P.). ROW TWO' Denise Barasa. Marlene Conti, Mary Nerder. Mary Anderson (Pres.). Sr. Virginia Marie Hague (Pub.), Carol Rossi. Kathy Ellefson. Sr. Donna Harris (Treas.), Sharon Brauno. Pam Rummage. Maureen O’Connell. Ellie Horan. Student Nurses’ Association The Student Nurses Association of USF is a member of a national association of college nurses. The purpose of the organization is to provide virtually every student nurse of the University with a voice concerning her pursuit of the art of nursing. ROW ONE: Jane Galdieri, Sandi Heer, Veronica Park, Enea Zolezzi, Marian Schrader. Ann Emerson. ROW TWO: Kathy Desmond, Donna Jackson, Joan Keane, Cathie Crigliatti, Linda Hughes. Dorothy Zanotti. Melissa Van Cleve. ROW THREE: Mary Ann Burman, Linda Celoni, Mary Jo Moore, Liduine van Ilouten. Sherrie Maurin, Kristyne Jeung. ROW FOUR: Cindy Fregulia, Sue Libershal. Mary Caldwell. Margo Mvnderse, Mary Ellen Morlev, Linda Hodgskiss. Marjorie Perry. 292Wasmann Biological Society The Wasmann Biological Society has as its goal “the furthering of student interest in the biological sciences.” More specifically, lectures. movies, and student research programs serve as aids in attaining this goal. Individual research and creativity is stressed by the society, enabling the interested student to further explore in the field of biology. ROW ONE: Sue Barnes. Leona Franke. Larry Wong. ROW TWO: Maureen Molloy, Julia Leung. John Siepler. Christann Natale, Rita Dechene. ROW THREE: Roy Ilerold, Larry Palkovic, John Bucher, Bill Scharv. Young Democrats The Young Democrats of ITSF are interested in studying the principles and philosophy of our nation’s Democratic Party. Frequently, lectures are given by guest speakers of the political world. Members seek also to actively involve themselves in the Democratic Party through participation in campaigns and other party functions. ROW ONE: Mr. Nienstadt (Mod.), Judy Misuraca. Gail Mordasini. Linda McCassland (Sec.), Sunny Cornett. Jean Bermingham, Dick Spotswood (V.P.). ROW TWO: Dave Showers, Ron Tonigato, Mike Curry. Jim Sell. Tom Dowling. Jack Bonno (Pres.). 293r.iltu'e an d gerviceROW ONE: Chuck Riffle, Fr. Zunigh, S.J., Ann Cassidy, Tom Porter, Jim McFadden. ROW TWO: Regina Palsiell, Nica McGloin, Linda Hughes, Dale Westbrook. Elaine Jannis, Karen Allen, Diane Maksim, Rosemary McLane, Karen Weber. ROW Amigos is a service organization common to several of the West Coast universities. Their primary objective is the improvement of community life in certain rural areas of Mexico. The project takes place during two months out of the summer, and for each participating student, the experiences and friendships are immeasurably rewarding. THREE: Bob Henry, Ken Taylor, Tom Piepmeyer, Bob Bergstron, Blake Rodgers, Tom Phillips, George Mills, Jack Kriel, Tomas Eschen, Fr. Lagomarsino, S.J., Mr. Mi s. Brennan. Amigos Anonymous 295A pleading Glen Kovacevich starred in a successful run of The Pottingshed. College Players Tlie College Players, USF’s amateur theater group, was founded in 1863. Always bustling with activity, the College Players this year staged, among other plays, the musical comedy Leave it to Jane, as well as the tensely dramatic Pottingshed. Other functions include the annual awards banquet, tours to other dramatic productions, and several cast parties held throughout the year. 296“Yes, and my Mommy taught me how to cook too.” College Players Macbeth Dramatic costuming insured the success of last year’s production of Macbeth. 297College Players Pottingshed Backstage toil means on-stage glory. Graham Greene's powerful play. The Pottinfished, afforded the College Players an opportunity to display their skills, both technical and artistic.The College Players revealed their versatility with a fine showing of the musical comedy, Leave it to Jane. “And who is the fairest of them all?”ROW ONE: Jane Ellen Muller. Leandra Erpelding, Pete Shypertt, Bruce McIntosh. ROW TWO: Helen Henry, Josephine Diaz, Terri Hurren, Gil Sateia. Mel Fong. ROW THREE: Yvonne Smith. Pat Murphy, Mary Ann Ralian. Jann Jimenez. Kathleen Danzey, Jim Tevenan. Glee Club The Glee Club, through its various concerts and performances in the Bay Area, is gaining recognition as a choral group of great taste and distinction. Tt offers much in the field of vocal expression and creativity for the musically-minded student. ROW ONE: Mimi Gabriel. Martha Delgado, Marti Hunter, Marcella Bach-ler, Barbara Santana, Cheryl Kimura. ROW TWO: Tim Carvalho, Fred Wolfe, Ted McKnight, Carla Lastreto, Sue Ferrari, Pat Whitcford, Kris Dey. ROW THREE: Joe Fanucci. Dan Ridder. Carl Daddio, Tom Payne. Jeannie Waggoner. Terry lleieck.KUSF Any student living in the residence halls on campus has sooner or later come into contact with this student-operated and managed radio station. On the air seven nights a week. KUSF offers a program of popular and classical music as well as jazz. Besides highlighting news and campus information, KUSF student DJ’s also broadcast personal interviews with well-known celebrities. Ed Castoria, Dick Spotswood, Pat Wade, Bob Erickson. Harry Young. Caught stealing hubcaps are Program Director Ken Palla, Public Relations Director Paul Cool. A1 Schilf. Lou Dematteis, and Dan Ridder. Station Manager Tom Colthurst makes another of his many calls to Lone Mountain. 301KUSF’s bevy of beauties: Mary Anne Balian, Ann Randoipn, Margie Davis. Elissa Wiegland, Diane Kowalski. Marilyn Paila, Molly Raher. KUSF Chief Engineer Dan Carroll proves he possesses musical as well as technical skill. Night Manager John Brennan checks over a new group. News Director John Fabian interviewing Record Librarian Chris Lyons. 302ROW ONE: Joe David, Dwane Bond. Goof Mawn, Doug Amis, Mike Blicharz, John Milton. ROW TWO: Pete Milton, Cliff Picard, Larry Lan-trip, Larry Maniscalco, Bill Wild. Tim Ruef. Michele Connolly. Bob O’Brien. Much of the spirit and enthusiasm shown at USF’s home games and pep rallies can be attributed to the efforts of our Pep Band. Although this group is not large, the enthusiasm and ability shown by the band enables the cheering sections, cheerleaders, and song girls to perform at their best. Pep Band The Pep Band arouses Rich Hinkle and placates the wrath of Dann Beals during a typical Don victory. 303ROW ONE: Severin Rizzo, Curt Kreml, Cathy McMahon, Pat Ford. ROW TWO: Tom Georgi, Sue Gosano, Gerry Haff, Stephanie Gosano. Steve Robinson, Betsy Coyne, Gail Herndon, Chris Johnson, Ellen Hummer, Pat Pender, Maureen Yale, Fr. Monihan, Mike Garzaro, A1 Downey, Phil Thygeson. ROW THREE: Norene D’Er- Special Events Committee cole. Marilyn Coffey, Tina Cole, Cindy Moeller, Sandy Doyle, Lynn Greer, Nancy Rankin, Alana Arpagus. Sue Ferrari, Rita Lovely. ROW FOUR: Cliff Fisher, Peter Duffy, Vincent O’Gara, David Deasy, Nicholas Ewing, Charles Holmberg, Judy Varni. Donna Krueger, Nancy Brandt. Entertainment for the students of USF is the broad service that the Special Events Committee provides. This organization is entirely under student control and upholds the cultural tradition of the University through its presentation of such events as movies, lectures, concerts, and art exhibits. 304Maureen Yale. Sue Gosano, Alana Arpagus, Nick Ewing, Judy Varni (Cbm.). Cindy Moeller. Sandy Doyle. Fr. Monihan (Mod.), Pat Ford (V. Cbm.), Steph SEC brought Glenn Campbell to campus in early May. Gosano (Sec.), Curt Kreml (Cbm.), Phil Thygeson (Bus Mgr.). 305SEC Film Committee ROW ONE: Nancy Brandt, Nancy Rankin, No-rene D’Ercole, Sue Gosano. ROW TWO: Severin Rizzo, Tom Georjri (Chm.). Gerry Haff, Charles Holmberpr. A hit of Old Spain was revealed to the Hilltop and its hillside neijrhl or, Lone Mountain, by fearless Flamenco dancers. 306SEC leological great, Karl Rahner, brought his con-mporary ideas to the University. Lecture Committee S”05=.0 '“ Donna Kvue- 307STEERING COMMITTEE: ROW ONE: Bob Downey. Neil MacIntyre. ROW TWO: John Howe, Mary Spohn, Leanna Burke, Charlie Martinez, Margie Ryan, Bob Giddings. ROW THREE: Chuck Riffle. Student Western Addition Project The Student Western Addition Project is the largest organization on campus. This dynamic group’s work is divided into tutorial programs, recreational activities, study halls, geriatrics, and work with the mentally retarded. Through these programs, dedicated students are able to aid the underprivileged people in many different ways. 308 “If you don’t like Fillmore and Eddy, what about Third and Market ?”SWAP Buchanan Recreation ROW ONE: Tom Sims. Pat Brutocao. Charlie Martinez. Ed Watson, Margie Ryan. Ralph Navarro. ROW TWO: Patty Jo Kaye, Ray Michand, Cynthia Aldridge. 309 “You’re a good man. Charlie Martinez.”Teresa Bliss. Mary Holzemer. Nancy Van House, Sandy Coury, Julie Batti. Tim Reid. SWAP Family Service Agency 310 “Charity is patient, is kind . . .”Helper’s Home for the Mentally Retarded ROW ONE: Marsha Butler, Renee Lorda. Mary Lou Seidl. LeeAnna Burke. ROW TWO: Kathy McKenna. Geri Stenger, Madalyn Tremaroli. ROW THREE: Vida Holguin. Mikele Parisi, Mary Beth Smith. Les McBee. ROW FOUR: Helen Robillard, Barbara Santana. SWAP Marie Antroll. Susan Thrift. Isabel Vexler, Kitten Obar. John Howe, Jim Hasenkamp, Ellen Hartfield, Elaine Nelke, Linda Hughes, Margie Ryan. Home Tutorial Group 311Polytechnic Tutorial Group Larry Laughead, John Arroyo. Jim Ross, Andy Lau. Linda Uribe. Steve LaPlante, Chuck Jennings, Mary O’Hare. Stephanie Mischak. SWAP St. Mary’s Project ROW ONE: Bob Downey. ROW TWO: Marv Rowel's. Pat Miller. Wendy Newsom. Vicki Souza. Yvonne Buseda. ROW THREE: Mary Holzemer, Linda Jaquetta, Pita Wojtalewicz, Penny Brody, Sheila Boeng, Bobbi Thompson.SWAP “And he huffed and he puffed and he blew the house down .. St. Patrick’s Project ROW ONE: Dennis Martin. John Trott. Ernie Tonpr. Cynthia Anglemier, Betsy Bell. Steph MacIntyre, Kathy Stroben, Marilyn Janelli, Kathy Malo-vich, Tom Colthurst. ROW TWO: Neil MacIntyre, Polly Peterson, Sue Hoeft, Steve Sheerin, Terry Patchner. Margie Oraziano, Vivion Benton. Mary Shmitz. 313 A '■j i V AAlpha Delta Gamma ROW ONE: Fred Warnshuis. Tom Rettagliata, Steve LaPlante, Joe Moran. ROW TWO: Ron Silveira. Bruce Hunt. Rob Lawlor, Bill Keayes. Frank Zbacnik. The brothers of Alpha Delta Gamma are members of a nation-wide Social Fraternity established in 1924. This fraternity consists of approximately fifty members who sponsor the traditional Sweetheart Dance and the Lojr Cabin Party. They also put out the Wire, the annual Student Body Directory. ROW ONE: Dan Quinn, Mori Joyce, John Zimmerman, Rick Airaudi. ROW TWO: Bob Graham, Jim Waters. Bob Kocldy, Dean Smith, Dave lloljruin. 315ADG’s Sweetheart Queen. Kathy Ann Parrent. ROW ONE: Greg Vcrvais (Treas.), Willie Wallace (Soc. Chm.). Ernie Moylan (Sec.). ROW TWO: John Daly (Pres.), Fr. Callaghan S.J. (Mod.), Fred Hall (V.P.). ROW ONE: Pat Merrick. Neil Leslie, Mike Nardi. ROW TWO: Sam McCullagh, Jim Sutton. Alpha Delta Gamma 316Alpha Pi Omega is a military fraternity. Its purpose is “to encourage, preserve, and further the ideals of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps and to develop among the cadets a high degree of efficiency.” Besides forming the Honor Guard Company of the University, APO is also quite active socially throughout the year. The Sweetheart of Alpha Pi Omega. Helen Vignau. Alpha Pi Omega 317 Dave Scharlach. Hank Hunter. Larry Ayre (Sec.-Treas.), lain Macdonald, Larry Seffens (Pres.). Dave Petty (V.P.). George Guido (Soc. Chm.), John Vignau. Bill Sanders, A1 Rodrigues.Alpha Sigma Nu Rich Scholl, Boh Misner, Walt Pav-licok, Bradford Kirby. Stan Flott, Rich Kaneko. Alpha Sigma Nu is composed of Junior and Senior male students chosen for their scholarship, loyalty, and service. A national Jesuit Honor Fraternity, Alpha Sigma Nu serves as a liaison among faculty, students, and administration. Beta Gamma Sigma Only the top ten percent of the Business Administration School are eligible to join this national Honor Fraternity for business students. Stressing scholarship, Beta Gamma Sigma directs its aims toward this end, rather than serving a social purpose. Rich Kaneko. Joanne Prigmore. Phil Husby.Delta Sigma Pi Delta Sigma Pi, one of the largest fraternities on campus, is an international professional business administration fraternity. Speakers from the business world frequently address the group and annually, a scholarship key is given to a deserving senior graduating in Business Administration. Socially, the Brothers of Delta Sigma Pi show their interest in University affairs by presenting the annual Rose Dance. ROW ONE: Darryl Fown. James Kerr (Treas.), Gary Simonian. ROW TWO: Larry Tomsic (V.P.), John Cary (Sec.). Ed Walsh (Pres.), Dennis Arietta. Steven Thomas. Gary Royce. Guests arrive at another successful Rose Dance sponsored by the Brothers of Delta Sigma Pi. 319Rose Queen Renee Chanteloup of Lone Mountain surveys her admiring subjects. Delta Sigma Pi ROW ONE: Ed Nagy. Norm Smith. Jerry Haff, Bill Pfister. ROW TWO: Frank Tealdi, Tom Matsuki, Lawrence Mays, Jim Lyon. ROW THREE: Peter Lynch, Russ Gallian, Terry Cush.Gamma Pi Epsilon Gamma Pi Epsilon, the female counterpart of Alpha Sigma Nu, the national Jesuit honor society, was organized in 1958. Stressing “scholarship, loyalty, and service,” this sorority is oriented toward providing for the welfare of the women students in all aspects of university life. ROW ONE: Corene Heing, Joan Denton, Mary Russell. ROW TWO: Jadyne Jeung, Donna Jackson, Diane Tobin, Cindy Fregulia, Sr. Jean LaBorde, Sue Libershal, Cathy Giuliani, Sr. Miriam Ann Grethel. ROW ONE: Ana Dulay (Treas.), Janet Holland (V.P.), Mary Ann Werner (Pres.), Nancy Beirne (Sec.), Miss Dolan (Mod.). ROW TWO: Noella Saccone, Pidge Bradley, Nancy Friel, Josephine Diez, Kathy Bray, Bev Firpo, Janine Bethscheider, Pat Burke, Betty Baysinger, Terri Fidler, Cathy Gehling, Joanne Prigmore.Omicron Theta Chi The purpose of this fraternity is to promote unity among the students in the pre-medical sciences. Only those pre-med and pre-dental students who have maintained a 3.0 GPA are eligible. Omicron Theta Chi is a social as well as an academic fraternity. One of their main activities is the sponsorship of the annual Cancer Drive. ROW ONE: Ray Dagger (Pres.). ROW TWO: Pat Merrick (Treas.), Miles Stanich (V.P.), Joe Devlin (Sec.). 322 Ray Dagger. John Kimbrough. Curt Javorski, Bob Cotterill, Miles Stanich, Bob Rafael, Dave Freeto, Tom Fritch, Neil MacIntyre, Joe Devlin.Omicron Theta Chi ROW ONE: Neale Smith, George Rederich. ROW TWO: Jim Sutton. Pat Merrick. Steve Sheerin, Roy Herold. ROW THREE: Terry Andrews, Jim Smith, Larry Bisauta, Frank Sun. ROW ONE: Dave Pribvl. Vic Chin, Tom Rogers, Dion Dulay, Leonard Poggio. ROW TWO: Rich Laherty, Ray Quock, Greg Meliste, Pat Golden. Tom Russell. 323Phi Beta Chi Phi Beta Chi, although directing its program towards science majors. is open also to students interested in other fields. The aims of this fraternity are “to create brotherhood and scholarship a-mong its members, as well as to sponsor services- which will benefit USF” Jeremy Kozuki, Phil McEvoy, Bob Segurson, Kim Summerhays, Lou Casamayou, Bob Lehrberger, Gary Moss, Don Snyder, Dennis Collin, Mike Domeniconi, Joe Trechter, Paul Lamothe, Bob Fleming, Larry Stevens. Manuel Nunes, Dave Bonfilio, Dave Gore. Phi Beta Chi’s prize-winning Homecoming float adequately expressed the dominant sentiment of most Dons. 324 Phi Sigma Chi ROW ONE: John Husser, Anthony Maniscalco, Mike Monroe, Victor Bon-filio, Ray Michaud, Phil Stumpo, Phil David, Bob Solon, Dave Devoti, Jerry Sullivan, Jim Roberts. ROW TWO: Phil Lauro, John Jurewitz, Gordon Yule, David Reynolds, I eo Murphy, John Carpenter, Jim Petrini, Bob Schoettler, Dennis Duffy. ROW THREE: Peter Grabicki, John Davi, Tim Starke. Charles Banovac, Cameron Carlson, John Wier. Phil Kelly. Phi Sigma Chi is a relatively new fraternity on campus. Originally founded by eight USF men interested in the spirit of brotherhood, the organization has undergone a vast period of expansion during the past year. Primarily a social fraternity, Phi Sigma Chi is dedicated to the interests of the individual student and his relation to the University. Phi Sigma Chi’s Mixer was enjoyed by all who attended. 325Sigma Alpha Sigma Cliff Fischer, Tom Georgi, A1 Aramendia. Rich Hinkle, Tim Hannan. Bill Kidd, Larry Wong. The Spirits continue in their endeavor to bring culture and class to the University. Sigma Alpha Sigma, formerly known as the Sprits, is primarily a service organization. Dedicated to promoting welfare and the general spirit of the University, this group avidly supports the athletic activities of the University.Tri Gamma Tri Gamma, both a social and a service organization, is open to all academically qualified nursing majors. In addition to sponsoring a number of their own activities which include a fashion show and tea, Tri Gamma works closely with the activities of other campus organizations. ROW ONE: Linda Hodgekiss, Cindy Fregulia. Michelle Eyhera-bide, Jo Ann Mondelli, Jan Daoust. ROW TWO: Kathy Roberts. Cathie Grigliatti, Linda Hughes, Sandi Heer. Helen Thurston. Joan Keane. ROW ONE: Cathy Giuliani. Mary Russell, Tina Wold, Polly Vine, Mary Pappert, Chris Cortpassi, Barbara Aschoff, Donna Jackson. ROW TWO: Sue Libershal, Karen Kolander, Maryanne Werner, Terri Fidler, Pat Doran. . 327Bruce McIntosh, Nancy Brandt, Karen Bosch, Janine Bethschneider (Editor), Don Gunther. The Daily Don is a news sheet containing information of scheduled University events from day to day. For the past three years, it has been especially useful in keeping the University community up to date concerning the activities of the University. Datesetter The ASUSF Campus Improvement Committee puts out the newsletter, the Date-setter, each month. Sports events, club meetings, cultural activities, plus many other University functions, are included as a reminder to the students. Tom DiMercurio, Bill McElroy, Bob Bacci, Bruce McIntosh. 329The DON Jadyne Jeung Editor 330 Kathy Ryan Undergraduate Editor Bob Long Photography EditorThe DON Phil Cassou Managing Editor Jake Karmendy Activities Editoi332 Wayne Ching Special Section PhotographerJim Wagele Sports Editor The DON Patt Flynn The Year Editor 333The DON EDITORIAL ASSOCIATES: Peggy Wilson, Mike Farrell, Ronie Loudon, Pat Burke, Kacey Connolly. PHOTOGRAPHERS: ROW ONE: Dave Smith. Dan Gunther. ROW TWO: Sean Sweeney, Joe Devlin.335Ed Murphy Photography Editor Mike Williams Executive Editor Staffers: Sue Bird, Joe Fanucchi 336The FOGHORN John McBride Feature Editor Mike Carey Sports Editor Paul Vangelisti, Brandy Eshleman i. JFOGHORN Wayne Wilson, Advertising Manager Steve Maysonave, Business Manager 338339 Mike Doogan Associate Editor Varsity Soccer Team ROW ONE: John Camacho, Jorge Fernandez, Mike Laurel, Dieudonne Manu, Gary Royce, Sam Gerzowski, Jean Pierre N’gole. ROW TWO: Coach Steve Negoesco, A1 Tsacle, George Gomez, Rudi Dekkers, Alex Montes, Mike Ivanow, Alejandro Toledo. Ken Alonso, A1 Aramendia. Constantin Robustoff. Mike Baldonato, Lothar Osiander, Nick Reckas, Laszlo Hites. Sandor Hites, Kirk Apostolidis. For the Soccer team. 1967 was a season which did not turn out as it should have. Coming off the NCAA championship in 1966. and returning with personnel capable of a repeat performance, the Don Soccermen had high hopes for ’67. The hopes received their first blow when goalie Mike Ivanow was injured and declared out for the season even before the WCISC schedule had begun. Shortly thereafter. USF lost a close contest to San Jose State 2-1 on the narrow Spartan field. In the next seven games, the Dons fought their way back to a rematch with the now WCISC champions, San Jose State. Over this stretch, the Dons outscored their opponents 37-3, and held five teams scoreless. But against San Jose, the Dons, minus four starters due to injuries, fought to a 3-3 tie. only to be declared losers because they had fewer corner-kicks. Thus neither the WCISC nor the NCAA crown returned to the Hilltop in 1967. Despite their failure to match the success of the 1966 season, the ’67 varsity Soccer team must be rated among the great athletic teams in the University’s history. Outstanding performances by forwards Kirk Apostolidis and Sandor Hites earned them positions on the first string All-American team, and center halfback Jorge Fernandez was named second string All-American. halfback Jorge Fernandez was named second string All-American. S.F. STATE 0 USF 5 SAN JOSE STATE 2 USF 1 U.O.P. 0 USF 6 STANFORD 2 USF 13 SANTA CLARA 0 USF 3 CALIFORNIA 1 USF 3 CHICO STATE 0 USF 6 U.C. DAVIS 0 USF 5 NCAA PLAYOFFS U.C.L.A. 0 USF 1 SAN JOSE STATE 3 USF 3 343Constantin Rubustoff boots the ball away from two Cal defenders. 344 Kirk Apostolidis exhibits his amazing ball-control skill.345 Goalie Mike Ivanow makes one of his classic leaping saves.Sandor Hites rushes past a UCLA forward en route to the Bruin’s jroal. 346 Ken Alonso tfoes high to keep UOP defenders from the ball.Alex Montes blocks a HOP pass with his head as Lothar Osiander and Ken Alonso look on. 347 Jubilant Dons whoop it up after Kirk Apostolidis’ goal against San Jose.Goalie John Comacho prevents a California goal with a spectacular diving stop. 348 Rudv Dekkers guides the ball around a Chico State defender.Coach Nepoesco advises his players before the pame. 349 Dieudonne Manu steals the ball from a Pacific forward.Alex Montes kicks the ball away from a confused Chico State Forward. Sandor Hites races downfield with the ball between two San Jose defenders. 350Laszlo Hites grimaces as he heads the ball away from a Stanford defender. Jorge Fernandez boots the ball over the head of an on-rushing Cal defender. In his drive for the goal, Lother Osiander hurdles over a Cal defender.Using his head, Mike Laurel puts an end to the Cal drive towards the goal. Kirk Apostolidis attacks the California goal. 352 The Don defense kills another Stanford drive at the goal.354 As goalie jean pjgrre N’gole says: “Happiness is having your very own soccer ball.”ROW ONE: Rudy Rodriguez. Juan Vallejo. .Tim Parrinello, Ted Psaras, Carlos San Martin, Nemesio Martinez, Roberto Castillo. ROW TWO: Jim Bouey, Mike Baldonato, Larry Dineen, Emilio Ugarte. Laszlo Hites, Pat Lynch. Andy Woodd. J. V. Soccer Team In 1067. the J.V. soccer team compiled a 10-1 record. Over the course of their 11-game season. Coach Luis Sagas-tume’s J.V.’s scored 57 goals while holding their opponents to only 22. The high noint of the season was the 1-3 victory over the San Jose State J.V.’s. Carried by the momentum of this game, the .T.V.’s swept to the conclusion of their season with an 11-2 rout of the Stanford J.V.’s. and a 1-1 victory over California’s J.V.’s. The only loss was to a varsity team, that of Cal-State. Hayward. Coach Sagastume instructs 2 of his players before the San Jose State game. 355 Football Team ROW ONE: Jim Klaczak, Martin Delee, Fred Shultz, Phil Wanlin. Mike Oasparini. Marty Wagner. Boh Albertazzi. Ken Pitetfi. Tom Passanisi, Mike Dono-hoe, Kevin Leong. ROW TWO: Phil Kelly, Pete Cling, Jim Petrini, A1 Lopez, Dennis DiRicco, Mike Bracco. Brad Panpalardo, Pete Sparks. Coby Dunn, Dave Smith, Rick Figone. ROW THREE: Tom Grucky, Tom MacKenzie. Dennis Duffv. Dick Wood. John Davi. Bill Keays. Rich Talaga, Mike McGlen-non. Steve Mongillo, Frank Jaquinta, Bill Schmitt. ROW FOUR: Gil Await Jerry Luther. Ralph Navarro, Dennis Hall. Les Mirkovich, Bud Foster, Jim Oiovannoni. Don Wood. Bob Webb, Tom Cupples. Chris Boyd. Mgr. Bob Rossi. Missing: Jack Driscoll. 1967 was the fourth and so far most successful season in Coach Ron Pierceall’s buildup of USF football. Tt was only the second season in which USF faced all college varsity competition since football was resumed ten years ago, and the first winning season USF has experienced in such competition since 1951. The Dons finished the 1967 season with a 5-4-0 record. While the offense ran up 255 points over the season, a usually stingy defense held opponents to only 192 points. Although the Phil Wanlin-led offense turned out surprisingly consistent scoring performances, the Don defenses were somewhat temperamental, holding four teams to 7 points or less, but giving up 77 to Cal-State Hayward. Although this year’s squad loses to graduation its proliferous passing star Phil Wanlin, its top receiver Mike Donohoe, team captain Bob Albertazzi, defensive standout Ken Pitetti, and halfback Mike Gasparini, Coach Pierceall has 33 veterans returning to the gridiron next year. SEASON’S RECORD CHICO STATE 31 USF 30 CLAREMONT-MUDD 21 USF 42 UC RIVERSIDE 7 USF 28 U OF NEVADA 21 USF 14 LOYOLA 7 USF 30 AZUSA PACIFIC 6 USF 28 CAL-STATE HAYWARD 77 USF 20 OREGON TECH 0 USF 31 HUMBOLT STATE 32 USF 22 357Phil Wanlin (11) gets a pass away over the heads of three on-rushing Nevada linemen. Pete Sparks (43) fights for a pass with a Nevada defender as Frank Jaquinta (34) moves in to help. 358“OK, Jim, spike it now—no one’s looking.” Rick Figone (21) sweeps around the Nevada Line with Kevin Leong (60) and Dennis DiRicco (33) leading the way. 359Gil Await (81) runs a pass down field as Don Wood (70), Coby Dunn (65), and Bob Albertazzi (62) try to help. The Dons stop an Oregon Tech running play at the line. 360Smith (64) off the field Joe Romo helps an injured Dave Trainer , vd0 (22) takes the hand ff through the lmc. BradPappalmdo ( — ... and the players enjoy the post-jrame mixers too. 362 Phil Wanlin tosses a pass to Mike Ponahoe (83) as Bob Albertazzi (62) sets himself to block.Don bench watches hopefully durin a tense moment in the sa.Pneific came.Varsity Basketball Team STANDING: Pat Anderson, Toni O’Neill, Lee Hogg, Art Wilmore, Don Snyder, Rick Schaer, Kim Kellenberg, George Kriste, Pete Cross, Ralph Pierpont, Tom Brown. Dennis Black, Mike Doherty. Jim Olsson. Dion Kerhoulas, Charlie Dullea, Rich Ames. KNEELING: Manager Phil Husby, Asst. Coach Dan Belluomini, Head Coach Phil Vukicevich, Trainer Joe Romo. Having started the season as co-favorites for the VVCAC crown, the Dons finally finished the season with a 16-10 over-all record and a disappoint-ing third place in the W'CAC standings. Championship hopes had received a boost when the Dons opened their schedule by edging co-favorite Santa Clara, 70-68. only one week later to have their record evened by Loyola, 85-65. The Dons nevertheless remained in the race for the next five weeks before falling to eventual champions Santa Clara, 70-60. Two weeks later, back-to-back losses to St. Mary's and Loyola put an end to any remaining hopes. The Dons were led through the season by senior forward Dennis Black who was both top scorer and rebounder for the season. The loss of hard-driving Don Snyder halfway through the season was well-compensated for by soph Pete Cross’ impressive work under the backboards and the hard play of Tom Brown. Senior guards Tom O’Neill and Art Wilmore lent the club its ball-handling finesse while scrambling Rich Ames often brought the spark needed for victory. SEASON’S RECORD OREGON STATE 52 USE 63 STANFORD 60 USE 66 CALIFORNIA 78 USF 74 WESTERN KENTUCKY 90 USE 70 LOYOLA, CHICAGO 89 USF 84 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 55 USF 71 UT EL PASO 81 USF 61 COLORADO STATE 65 USF 81 TEXAS A M 77 USF 75 SAN FRANCISCO STATE 66 USF 77 SANTA CLARA 68 USF 70 OKALHOMA CITY 72 USF 71 LOYOLA. L.A. 85 USF 65 PEPPERDINE 62 USF 73 ARIZONA STATE 74 USF 93 UC SANTA BARBARA 63 USF 75 SAN JOSE STATE 56 USF 65 ST. MARY'S 68 USF 80 PACIFIC 67 USF 68 SANTA CLARA 70 USF 60 SAN JOSE STATE 61 USF 63 UC SANTA RARBARA 70 USF 71 PACIFIC 68 USF 82 ST. MARY’S 59 USF 58 LOYOLA. L.A. 86 USF 70 PEPPERDINE 80 USF 86Kim Kellenberg sneaks a shot over the out-stretched arms of two Western Kentuckians. Dennis Black reaches high to bring down a rebound. Art Wilmore drives for the bucket between three Western Kentucky defenders. 366Jubilant Dons give Coach Vukicevich a victory ride after nipping Santa Clara 70-68. 367368 Close losses are hard to swallow.Tom O’Neill shoots over a Spartan defender.Dennis Black reaches high for a tap- Tom Brown (42) starts a fast-break against UCSB. 370 Art Wilmore (44) and Tom O'Neill (5°) double-team a UCSB guard.371 Pete Cross hooks a shot over an Oklahoma City defender.Rich Ames looks down court for the chance of a fast-break. Tom O’Neill shoots a short jumper. Tom Brown leaves UCSB defenseless. 372Dennis Black looks for an open man. Art Wilmore (44) flips a pass around a San Jose Spartan to Pete Cross (41). 371 Fearless Froggy O'Neill hops to the attack.“I don’t care who she is, she’s in your zone, and you’ve gotta guard her.” 374 Dennis Black and Pete Cross fight for a rebound.Frosh Basketball Team STANDING: Mike McGuire, A1 Estes, Ron Santos. Curtis Hinton, Mike Red ling, Bob Duncan. Sam Ayoub, Larry Alsterlind. KNEELING: Student Asst. Larry Moyer, Coach Dan Belluomini, Manager Paul Vorsatz. The ’67 frosh basketball team, though showing a good deal of hustle and fine performances, finished its season with only a mediocre 7-11 record. Eight men strong, the frosh team spent most of its time against teams with both greater depth and height. Nevertheless, led by Curtis Hinton and high-scoring Ron Santos, the frosh should provide needed depth for a varsity team which will return in ’68 with five of seven regulars lost to graduation. SEASON’S RECORD STANFORD FROSH 74 USF 68 CALIFORNIA FROSH 89 USF 67 SF STATE FROSH 67 USF 77 SANTA CLARA FROSH 58 USF 72 OTILONE JC 67 USF 89 MERRITT JC 61 USF 67 STANFORD FROSH 75 USF 68 ST. MARY’S FROSH 81 USF 76 SAN JOSE STATE FROSH 85 USF 64 PACIFIC FROSH 95 USF 79 SANTA CLARA FROSH 69 USF 80 PACIFIC FROSH 69 USF 70 ST. MARY’S FROSH 77 USF 73 SF STATE FROSH 81 USF 67 UC MEDICAL CENTER 95 USF 67 SAN JOSE STATE FROSH 71 USF 75 CALIFORNIA FROSH 105 USF 63 375Varsity Baseball Team Bggg ROW ONE: Frank Zbacnik, Pete Barry, Joe Gregorio, Mike Laurel, Bob Slattery, Rich Stevens, John Seeronen, Biff Barnes, Jim Johnson, Mike Dunne. ROW TWO: Ron Dinslage, Bob Nicolopulos, Phil Wanlin, Nick Willard, Bob Pindroh, Jim Mustanich, The Dons opened the 1968 season with a solid chance of snatching the first ever WCAC baseball title. Returning with a good number of veterans from the ’67 campaign, the Dons figured at least to improve on their 21-15 record from last year. Hard-throwing Roger Strack. who compiled a perfect 8-0 record last year, was expected to be the mainstay of the pitching-staff. The big bats for Bill Hutson, Chris Calhoon, Ed Kurakazu, Herb Kuss, Nick Paoiini, Coach Dan Benedetti. ROW THREE: Greg Sinclair, Frank McGee, Grant Steer, Mike Delagnes, Roger Strack, Larry Anderson, Dan Quinn. the season were expected to be Nick Willard who batted .333 in ’67 and Bob Pindroh who batted .304 and led the team in runs scored and runs-batted-in. Besides Pindroh at first and Willard at third, the Don infield found Biff Barnes at short and Mike Laurel at second. Phil Wanlin, moved to left field from his quarterback position in the Fall, joined Grant Steer and Jim Mustanich in right. 376Catcher Dan Quinn and a Santa Clara batter wait for the pitch from Roger Struck. 377 Nick Willard dives to make the out at third.Bob Pindroh stretches to make the out at first. 378 Coach Benedetti goes out for a conference on the mound.Ace hurler Roger Strack lets fly with a fast ball. 379Frosh Baseball Team The ’68 frosh baseball team was expected to be one of the better freshman teams the school has had. Though lacking somewhat in power, the frosh hoped to make up for it with their fine pitching, speed, and defense. Playing a thirty-four game schedule this year, the frosh should have acquired the experience to be able to make the jump to J V or varsity ball next year. ROW ONE: Jim Regan. Tom O’Connell. ROW TWO: Mike Barrett, Greg Wyman, Mike Buskey, Steve Giannecchini, Bill Garcia, Mike Stoll. ROW THREE: Dana Hendershott, Mike Castro, Mike Silvestri, Leon Monroe, Tim Galli, Dave Prater, Mel Cooper, Larry Jones, Coach Ben Moore. 380Despite a losing: season this year, the Cross-Country team continued to show increasing strength. Bob Galligan, Captain Tom Sweet, and Bill Roberts, the frontrunners for the Dons, consistently placed high against tough opponents. Paul Jan-icki, Rich Scholl, and Dennis Freeman also ran well for the Dons. ROW ONE: Rich Scholl, Dennis Freeman. ROW TWO: Bill Roberts, Paul Janicki, Coach Glyn Williams, Captain Tom Sweet, Bob Galligan. Cross Country Team Captain Tom Sweet and Rich Scholl lead the pack in the UOP meet. 381The 1968 season is the second in the USF cycling: team’s history. Organized only last year, the Don cyclists finished second in the Northern California Collegiate Cycling Championships. The team returned this year with good overall strength and hoped to make it a first place finish this time in the Northern California Championships. Cycling Team Coach Larry Murphy, Jerry Guerin. Claude Le Pendeau. Lou Casamayou. Jim McFadden. 382Golf Team The golf team had four of its top six players back from the 1967 season. Senior letterman Bill Reid was outstanding in the early season matches while Mark Avelar, Mike Collum, Jake Montez and John Zimmerman showed promise of providing top notch support. 1968 was the first year that the NCAA has allowed freshmen to play with the varsity, and USF was fortunate to have freshmen Pat Murphy, and Jon Jew, who showed signs of taking over the number two or three spot on the team. The ’68 schedule was the toughest yet, with matches against Fresno State, San Diego State, Stanford, Brigham Young University, as well as the usual WCAC teams. The Golf team competed in three tournaments, considered by some to be the three best in the West: the Far Western Invitational, United States Collegiate Tourney, and the Western Intercollegiate Tournament. Pat Murphy, John Zimmerman. Bill Reid. Jon Jew, Mark Avelar, Dennis Mori. 383After going defunct in 1967. the swimming team was revived for '68 when Michael Lehmann agreed to step into the vacant coaching position. Lehmann’s recruiting turned up enough swimmers for a team, while the ROTC department provided access to the Letterman Hospital pool. In February, the team, down to seven members. began their 17 meet schedule. Faced with an obvious problem of depth, the Dons could not enter enough men in each event to win their meets. As a result, Coach Lehmann had to content himself with fine individual performances instead of wins. Swimming Team ROW ONE: Tom Reynolds, Tim Reid, Mike Lasater, Tom Maguire. ROW TW 0: Coach Lehmann, Ken Perea, Bill Haney, Tony Maniscalco, Bob Hackney, Mgr. 384 Tom McGuire and Tony Maniscalco churn the H,0 with their butterfly strokes. Mike Lasater and Tim Reid sprint to the finish in a breast-stroke race. Freestyle Bill Haney, Ken Perea, and Tom Reynolds pace each other dm injr their 200 yard contest. 385Tennis Team Greg Vervais, John Carpenter. Dave Rychel, Rich Williams, Walt Stone, Rob Futemik. A1 Barrett, Coach George McGlynn. The 1968 season was a promising one for Coach McGIynn's tennis team. Facing a schedule of WCAC competition plus contests with Stanford, Oregon State, Si ’ State, and Cal State Hayward, the Dons were optimistic about their chances. The first four spots on the team were held by Rich Williams, A1 Barrett, John Carpenter, and Bob Futemik. Greg Vervais, Dave Rychel, Walt Stone, and Tony Lau fought for the remaining two posts. With the entire team returning from last year, the Don netters had perhaps the most balance and depth of any team in the WCAC, and because of this, the league title was well within their reach. 386 A! Barrett backhands the ball. I  Bob Futernik backhands . . . . . . Dave RychePs serve. 387The '68 Don Track Team was a small but dedicated group of athletes. Due to the small number, Coach Glyn Williams' track team ran into the same problem faced by the swimming team — losing points due to lack of depth. Four year veteran Tom Sweet, who ran the steeple-chase and the 410 intermediate hurdles, had to his best year ever. Bill Roberts and Rich Scholl provided the strength in the middle distances, while the mile went to two new Don cindermen, Louis Meyer and Sander Hayashida. Running the dashes were Dennis Freeman, Pat McCusker, Mike Farrell, and Ed Pietraczyk. Eastern import Dennis Higgins, who brought along a good deal of talent in the hammer, discus, and javelin, combined with weightman Melvin Fong to be the only competitors in the field events. Track Team ROW ONE: Tom Sweet, Mike Farrell. Sander Hayashida, Ed Pietraczyk. ROW TWO: Dennis Freeman, Louis Meyer. Pat McCusker, Rich Scholl. 388Sprinters sot for the start: Dennis Freeman, Pat McCusker, Ed Pietraczyk, Mike Farrell. Middle-distance men Rich Scholl, Ed Pietraczyk, and Tom Sweet. 389Intramural Sports The 1967-68 Intramural Sports program " as the biggest in the University’s history. Not only were there more participants than ever before, but the greater number of participants showed an interest in more sports than ever before. The program, under Director C. Fritz Hafron. offered to the interested student a wide choice of athletic activity, ranging from handball to women’s field hockey. Although the vast majority of participants were still found in weight-lifting, football, and basketball competition, the other si orts. most notably swimming, judo, and the crosscountry Turkey Trot, gained in popularity. The program is designed to be an integral part of the whole education of the student. Furthennore the program is not only operated for the students, but also to a large extent by the students. Throughout the year the students were represented by Bruce McIntosh and Mark Mickelson who worked together with Director Hafron to make sure the program fit current student needs. 39039111:00 classes MWF . . . card games and kibbitzing in the G and G . . . basketball games . . . mid-terms and finals . • . and now it's all over. Armed with degree and lofty ideals you venture forth to face the world. With knowledge of the Norman Conquest, Shakespearean tragedy, and even the Trobriand Islanders, you begin to tread cautiously into the world of dreams and dollars. Has four years of university life sufficiently “toughened” you to meet this challenge? 393The entire world lies open to you now—a world to be born under your footsteps, a renaissance of wonder for you to discover. With the world, reality emerges and reveals the singular you pitted against the gigantic it of life. University walls and ideals no longer offer shelter and protection. You stand alone. But with personal freedom and individual integrity, you can make the world yours. Will you become a part of what’s happening, man? 394AMEN The 1968 DON, like every past DON. is your DON. It is an attempt to recapture for you the events of the past school year. In future years, this DON will serve to remind you of what transpired in one fleeting year of your lives. It is for you that the DON gets done every vear—that you might remember how things were like once upon a time. But the DON belongs in a special way to those who helped transform what was once a vision in my head into what is now a tangible reality. For each of these people, the DON is not a mere book, but an experience. Managing editor. PHIL CASSOU capably handled all my “To Do” lists and was always around to pacify my anger and anpease my anxieties, as well as offer a helping hand to all the other editors. BOB LONG. Photography Editor, put up patiently with an editor who could change her mind about a picture ten times in five minutes. Most of the color pictures that appear in this DON are his and they. I think, are sufficient testimony to his hard work. JAKE KARMENDY, Activities Editor, made the office quite a lively place. Though he verbally quit almost every day, he persevered and handled the very difficult Activities section with characteristic Hungarian dynamism, typical fiery spirit, and outspoken humor. Sports Editor JIM WAGELE struggled with the heavy cross of an editor-in-chief who knew only a little about soccer, basketball, et. al. But the fine Sports section is a tribute to his constant hard work and never-ending patience in spite of such a problem. FRITZ KNAUSS, Academics Editor, was the first of the staff to undergo what in yearbook circles is known as “deadline delirium.” Though unexposed to its demands before, he came through in fine style and even finished a whole day ahead of time. For the second year in a row. BARBARA SANTANA handled the Senior section with quiet efficiency and skill. She deserves special mention for being one of the few people who remained stable during all the turmoils throughout the year. Helped along by her Italian friend. KATHY RYAN was responsible for the tedious Undergraduate section. But her Irish humor and laughter helped make that deadline a real “breeze,” as well as a hilarious good time. PATT FLYNN, The Year Editor, kept track of the big events on campus to record them for posterity. Like a leprechaun, she mysteriously managed to get her pages done with seemingly little time spent in the office. FATHER FISCHER, S.J., our moderator always had time to offer worthwhile advice and guidance to us throughout the entire year. There are many others whose names appear on the following page who also gave of their time and energy to give you your DON. For each of these, too. the DON is much more than just a book. To all of these goes my verv sincere thanks and gratitude. Their many hours of hard work made this past year a memorable and rewarding experience for me. It is the hope of the entire 1968 DON staff that you, like us. come to regard this as more than just a book. too. Sincerely yours, Jadyne Jeung Editor, 1968 DONEditorial Associates Photographers Patricia Burke Kacey Connolly Mike Farrell Ronie Loudon Jim Petrini Peggy Wilson Wayne Cliing Joseph Devlin Dan Gunther Gary Rowan Dave Smith Sean Sweeney Photography Credit In Memoriam: Bob Long Title Page: Bob Long Dedication: Baron Wolman Photography. Dan Gunther Table of Contents: Vano Wells Fagliano Photography The Dawn: Bob Long. Gary Rowan The Day: Bob Long. Wayne Ching The Dusk: Mr. Chet Born, Dept. Photographer. San Francisco Fire Department, Bob Long The Year: Color—Wayne Ching, Bob Long, Sean Sweeney; black and white—Baron Wolman Photography, Bob Long, Wayne Ching, Dan Gunther, Dave Smith, Sean Sweeney. Joe Devlin, Jerry Kincade. Academics: Cdlor—Bob Long; black and white—Vano Wells Fagliano Photography, Baron Wolman Photography, Dan Gunther, Dave Smith. Gary Rowan. Sean Sweeney, Wayne Ching, Larry Martin. Ed Murphy. Joe Devlin. Students: Color—Bob Long; black and white—Senior photographs by Plymouth Pictures Photography; Undergraduate pictures by Omni-Card Systems; candids by Bob Long, Wayne Ching, Dan Gunther. Dave Smith, Joe Devlin, Sean Sweeney, Gary Rowan; Rome campus— Jan Notch. Activities: Color—Bob Long; black and white—Bob Long, Wayne Ching. Dan Gunther, Dave Smith. Sean Sweeney, Joe Devlin. Gary Rowan, Larry Martin, Jerry Kincade, Steve Gillum. Phil Cassou, Bob Gid-dings, Doug Amis. Ed Murphy; College Players pictures by James B. Hamilton and Robin Lew. Sports: Color—Bob Long; black and white—Wayne Ching. Bob Long, Sean Sweeney, Dave Smith, Dan Gunther. Larry Martin. Jim Wagele, Gary Rowan, Joe Devlin, Coloray Photography. Conclusion: Bob Long, Dave Smith Acknowledgements The Editorial Board wishes to thank the following for their help and co-operation in the production of the 1968 DON: Messrs. Jim Kelly and James Plastino of the Department of Public Relations, USF; Twin Peaks Elementary School; Steinhart Aquarium; Hyde Street Beach State Park; San Francisco Opera Guild; Messrs. Ken Hall and Russ Kettler of Plymouth Pictures; Mr. and Mrs. A1 Brandi; Bro. Silveira. S.J.. Sacristan, St. Ignatius Church; Charles Riffle; Robert Downey; Curt Kreml; Adolph Gasser, Inc.; Photo Lab; Professional Color Laboratory: Messrs. Earl McConnell and Bud Minkin of Yearbook House. 397Index of Contents ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES Academic Vice-President 4-1 Asst. Doan of the Collette of Business Administration Asst. Dean of the School of Law 92 Chairman of the Dept, of Education 101 Chaplains 50 Doan of the College of Arts and Sciences 59 Dean of the College of Business Administration 93 Dean of the Graduate School 105 Dean of Men 18 Dean of Nursing 99 Doan of the School of Law 92 Dean of Summer School 98 Doan of Women 18 Director of Admissions 44 Director of Alumni Services 17 Director of Athletics 51 Director of Business Services 53 Director of Evening College 10-1 Director of Library Relations 52 Director of Public Information 17 Director of Personnel 54 Director of Placement 49 Director of Plant Services 54 Director of the Rending Center 50 Director of Teacher Placement 54 Director of Testing and Counseling Director of the Urban Life Institute 46 Father President 43 Financial Advisor for Students 49 Foreign Student Advisor 19 Freshman Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 59 Registrar 45 Secretary-Treasurer 53 University Librarian 52 Vice-President for Development 46 Vice-President for Student Affairs 48 Vice-President for University Relations 46 FACULTY DEPARTMENTS Biology 85 Business Administration 95 Chemistry 86 Classics 61 Economics 62 English 63 History 66 Mathematics 88 Military Science 69 Modern Languages 71 Nursing 101 Philosophy 74 Physical Education 76 Physics 90 Political Science 78 Psychology 79 Sociology 80 Speech 81 Theology 82 STUDENTS Freshmen 229 Juniors 175 Rome Center 256 Seniors 109 Sophomores 201 Academic Council 266 ASUSF Officers 261 Alpha Delta Gamma 315 Alpha Pi Omega 317 Alpha Sigma Nu 318 Amigos Anonymous 295 Beta Gamma Sigma 318 BSC 267 CSUSF 275 Clnss Officers 264 Club Hispanoamericano 280 Clubs’ Council 269 College Players 296 Daily Don 329 Datesetter 329 Delta Sigma Pi 319 DON 330 Drill Team 278 Embers 277 Emeraudes 277 FOGHORN 335 French Club 278 Gamma Pi Epsilon 321 Glee Club 300 Hawaiian Club 279 Interfraternity Council 268 Irish Club 281 Knights of Columbus 282 KUSF 301 Math Club 283 Omicron Theta Chi 322 Paul Morphy Chess Club 284 Peers 285 Pep Band 303 Phi Beta Chi 324 Philhistorians 287 Phi Sigma Chi 325 Psychology Club 287 QUARTERLY 339 Rangers 288 Residents’ Co-ordinating Council 268 Residents’ Councils 270 St. Ives Law Society 290 Scabbard and Blade 289 SEC 304 Sigma Alpha Sigma 326 Sodality 291 Song Girls 272 Student Court 263 Student Games Committee 291 Student Nurses Association 292 SWAP 208 Tri Gamma 327 Wasmann Biological Society 293 Yell Leaders 248 Young Democrats 293 SPORTS Baseball 376 Basketball 365 Cross Country 381 Cycling 382 Football 357 Intramurals 390 Golf 383 Soccer 343 Swimming 384 Tennis 386 Track 388 398Index ADMINISTRATION FACULTY Aguiur. John E. 73 Albergotti, J. Clifton 90 Aldridge, Wilson A., SJ. 74 Altman. Catherine 102 Applebaum, t'hillip S. 89 Audigier, Jean Y. 73 Barrett, Fr. Kamonn 97 beach, Frank t. 68 beata. Sister M., S.M. 99 bender, SsG. Gernot 70 berry, Virginia A. 96 bevan. llarold T. 79 boss, Andrew C„ SJ. 02 Boyle, Maj. William 1 . 69 Bragg, Capt. Thomas B. 70 brandon, Donald W, 77 Breier, Frederick A. 62 brophy, Robert J.. SJ. 4.65 brusher. Kdward W. 74 Buckley, Francis J.. SJ. 83 Burg, Mary L. 83 Burns, I.loyd R„ SJ. 61 Burns, Robert 1.. S.J. 66.105 Bush, Bernard J.. SJ. 50 Callaghan, Phillip I ., SJ. 98 Campbell, Donald R. 67 Cavanagh, Michael E. 78 Clarke, Sgt. Paul 70 Coffey. Kdward 53 Coffey. Warren J. 63 Coleman. John J., SJ. 65 Collins. John J. 81 Corbett, James M., SJ. 53 Cordaro. Billie 5 Cranston. Mechthild 72 Cummins, Jr., Maj. William 69 Curtis, Jack H. 46,80 Dachauer, Andrew C„ S.J. 86 Daigle, Dorothy 101 Day. Barbara A. 82 Del Grande. Donald 96 DeMartini. Carol J. 103 Dempsey. James J., SJ. 81 Derus, David L. 65 Devincen .i. David 47 Diebcls. Joseph C., S.J. 83 Dillon. William J. 45 Dolan, Anne 48.321 Donnellan. William J. 45 Donoghue, Augustine P. 43 Du I lea. Charles W.. SJ. 43 Drain. Thomas A 82 Karley. Stephen B.. S.J. 81 Klliot. John H. 82 Kllis. Msgr. John Tracy 67 Esquivel. Piedad 103 Evans. Franees C. 101 Ewing, Fred 61 Fabian, Sister M.. S.M. 101 Farrell. Edward J. 88 Filice. Francis P. 85 Finnegan. William J.. S.J. 04 Fischer. John E.. S.J. 88 Fitzgerald. Desmond .1. 74 Fray lie, Thomas E. 88 Furst. Arthur 87 Gannon, Hazel 45 (last. Joseph H. 87 Genolio. Raymond J. 91 Gilbert. Col. Vernon G. 69 Gilter. Robert L. 52 Gleason. John B. 63 Gonion, Jack 74 Gorman, Mel 86 Gran berg, Millianne P. 88 Grantz. Jerome 97 Green. Joan L. 101 Greene. Lester 97 Griffin, Edward,!. 101 Groinmeseh. William 51 Haag. James N. 91 Harney, Paul J.. SJ. 44 Hafron, Charles 51 Harris. Rex F. 90 Helen. Sister M.. S.M. 102 Herold, Norton J.. S.J. 49 Hollos. Steven 95 Hughes. Clifford 51 Hurst. Robert L.. S.J. 71 Jacob. Violette 49 Jordan, Thomas 46 Kellogg. II. Marilyn 101 Kelly. Jr.. James 47 Kessel, Edward L. 85 Kincheloe. SFC Kliga B. 70 Kirk. David M. 63 Landry. Maj. Gerard 69 I-ane. Jr.. Ralph 80 Lehmann. Michael B. 62.384 Lerski. George J. 77 I.iebrenz. Gloria 49 Lightbody, Margaret 44 Lincoln, Askbrook 66 Litzinger. William D. 95 Lonsdale, Kathleen 101 LoSchiavo. John J., S.J. 48 Lowe. Irving 63 MacKenzie. Robert C. 77 Maloney. Robert L., SJ. 54 Marchesi. Maria E. 72 Marien. Francis J.. S.J. 75 Maroney. William 86 Martha. Sr. M. S.M. 101 Martin. John J.. S.J. 105 Martina. Sister M.. S.M. 101 Martinez, Jose 72 Mathes. Michael 68 Matteucig. Giacinto 61 McCasland. Gifford K. 87 McCauley, James l . SJ. 79 McClendon. James W. 82 McCormick, Mary J. 80 McDonnell. Timothy L„ S.J. 46 McGIoin, John B.. SJ. 57 McGlynn, George H. 76.386 McTaggart, Helen P. 50.79 Melo. Richard F. 81 Merrifield. Donah! P.. S.J. 90 Metz. Eleanor L. 101 Milligan. Robert G. 51.78 Monihan. William J.. SJ. 52 Mooney. Maj. Robert E. 70 Moore. Rosemary 54 Moran. Vincent j. 75 Mortenson. Barbara J. 73 Mueller. Manfred E. 86 Muenk, Edward J. 61 Muleahy, Richard K.. SJ. 62 Mullen. David 85 Murphy, I awrence K. 79,382 Nionstadt. John 77 O’Sullivan. Daniel A.. SJ. 74 O'Sullivan. Thomas J. Ki Pacheco. Shelia M. 103 Peletta. Peter P. 51,76 Plant, Otto 89 Plnstine, James 17 Preston. George 'I'. 54 Regan, William J. 93 Reilly. Frank 53 Richardson. William O.. SJ. 83 Riegger, William 92 Ross, Patricia 102 Rossi, P. Carlo, S.J. 72 Sandri, Luigi D. 71 Schaefer, Thomas E. 75 Schnllert, Eugene, SJ. 80 Schlagcck. Lona M. 102 Schmidt, Karl 71 Sehooley, Robert A. 85 Sciwald, Robert J. 86 Shanahan, Margaret 5,39 Short, Elliott A., S.J. 50 Simini, Joseph P. 95 Smetana, Alexander 77 Smith. Albert J..S.J. 75 Smith, Patrick J. 64 Smyth. Edmond J.. S.J. 68 Staekpoole, Edward V., S.J. 64 Stock, Robert A. 96 Stmukamp, James F... S.J. 66 Sugruc, Gerald A.. SJ. 104 Sullivan, George I). 89 Sunderland, Robert A., S.J. 48.271 Swain, Arthur E„ SJ. 61 Swartchild III, William G. 65 Taheny. Theodore T.. SJ. 83 i rengan. Lucy 85 Upland, Jr., Theodore 97 Vaughan, Richard P., S.J. 59.78 Visser. Cornelius 93 V ukicevich. Phillip 76 v. aider. Karl J. 90 alsh, David J.. S.J. 89 Walsh. Dean Francis R. 92 Watkins. Ann C. 101 Waxter. Samuel 87 Wharton. Jr.. William M. 68 Williams. Glyn 80,381 Winston, Frank I). 97 Woodruff, Lexie 102 Wu. Yuan-Li 95 Xubala. All ert J.. SJ. 82,98 ' .augg. David 99 Zimmerman, Gabriel A. 96 REGENTS Bardt. Harry M. 55 (’ompngno, Vincent I. 55 DeGuigne, Christian 111 55 Devine, Preston 55 Falk. Adrien J. 55 Fay. Paul B. 56 Fleisehhaeer, Mortimer 56 Gillson. George 56 Heilman, Marco 56 How. Jack 11.56 Hunt, Reed 0. 56 Kendrick, Charles 57 latpham, Roger 1).. Jr. 57 Littlefield. Edmund W. 57 Loebbecke, Ernest .1. 57 Madison Marshall I . 55 Mnlleu, T. Kevin 57 Mcljiren, W. I oyall 57 Mellon. Thomas J. 57 Montgomery, George (’. 57 Pouting, A. E. 57 Russell. Donald 57 Sullivan, .lord F., Jr. Worthington, l oslic It. Worthington. Leslie It. 57 STUDENTS Abaya, Robert Anthony 201 Ahinante, Robert B. 201 Aeed. David Alfred 109 Adami. Aldrene ('. 109 Adams, Fa I ward Budd 201 Adams. Patricia Uac 201 Aguiar, Carol I,. 229 Ahboltiu. Patricia M. 201 hie, Susan M. 239 hlering, Elizabeth A. 201. 277 Ahuert, Sharon L. 229 Aieardi, Dennis J. 229 Aimar. Jane Ellen 201 Ainiudi, Riehanl A. 175.315 lanson, Mary 201 A liters, Timothy M. 175 Albertazzi. Robert J. 109, 357.360.362 A Idea, Larry L. Alexander, Jurden, Jr. 229 Alioto, Frank J. 109 A1 into, Darlene F. 109 Alioto. Joseph T. 201 Alldrcdge. Cynthia 229.309 Allen. John 201 Allen. Karen 295 Allen. Marytorry T. 201 Allen. Michael J. 175 Allen. Nicholas R. 201 Allevuto. Anthony C. 229 Allison, James Virgil 109.283 Alonso. Kenneth W. 201, 343.346 Alonso. Virginia J. 201 Alsterlind. Larry K. 229.375 Amaral. Laurence V. 110, 286 Amaro. Allen Albert 175 Ambrose. Michael J. 229 Ambrose, Elizabeth A. 201 Amen. Timothy G. 175 Ames. Mary K. 229 Ames. Richard 201,365.372 Amis. Douglas K. 229.303 Amos, Judith L. 175 Anderegg, Gary R. 175,264, 276.284.287 Anderson. Annetta K. 229 Anderson. John Moore 201 Anderson, awrenee A. 201 Anderson. Mary Jane 209,292 Anderson, Patrick I). 175,365 Andrade, David J. 175 Andrade, Sarah June 175.277 Andre. Robert L. 175 Andrea. Fathallah A. 110 Andres. Terry Lee 175.323 Anglomier. Cynthia A. 110. 283.313 Anthenion. Michael L. 201 Anticevich. Mark C. 175 Antognini, James A. 201 Anton. Annette M. 175 Antonacri. Nieolle P. 110 Antroll, Marie T. 229.311 Apalategui. Judith A. 110 A pice Susan C. 201 Apostolidis. Kyriakos 343, 344.352.354 Aragon. Dolores Emily 201 Aramendia. Alberto D. 175. 325.343 Araniendi. Eduardo A. 201 Araneta, Gregori M. 201,209 Aranguena. Juanita C. 201 Arrhabold, Marilyn II. 201 Arens. Marcella L. 229 Arevalo. Jr.. Hugo 201 Arietta, Dennis J. 110,319 Armanini, Stephen J. 229 Armstrong. Nancy L. 229 Arnone, Alba F. 229 Arnone, Rosa A. L. 175 Arpagaus, Mary Alanna 110 304,305 Arrietn, Srm Leticia 110 Arroyo, John V. 201,312 Aschoff, Barbara J. 175,327 Atkinson, Carol Ann 175 Augustino, Joseph C. 110 Avakian, Louise Ann 175 A vail i, Louis J. 229 Avalos, Margaret M. 229 Avansino, Frederick C. 201 Avelar, Mark Alan 111.383 Avison, Katherine E. 229 Await, Gilford 201.357.360 Ayoub, Samir G. 375 Avre, Lawrence B. 175,267, 279J16baas, Cheryl Ann 111 Babcock, James M. 201 bucci, Hubert Ken a to 201, 271,320 bachler, Srm 300 Baciocco, 1 heresa Ann 201, 277 Balfico, Paul Anthony 111 buginski, Thomas V. Ill Baginski, Judith Ann 175 bagley, Muriel Janet 201 baier, Louise J. 201 bailey, Mary L. 176 bailey, William L . Jr. Ill baird, Russell W. 201 Baker, Dennis Allen 202 Baldi, Susan R. Ill baldonado, Michael A. 2U2, 280,343,355 Balian, Mary Ann 220,300. 302 Ballantyne, Maybelle 175,280 ballati, David L. 22'J banks, Franklin E. 175 Banovac, Charles P. 326 Barale, Steven J. 176 Baranowski, Mark S. 229 Barusu, Camille P. 229 Barasa, Denise Joy 175,292 Baraya, William A. 202 Barbarotto, Wayne F. 202 Barbata, Dennis L. 202 Barker, Judith Ann 175 Barlow, Mark D. 229 Barnes, Merritt S. Jr. Ill, 176 Barnes, Susan Diane 202, 293 Barr, Michael 229 Barrett, Alvin R. 111,380 Barrett, Catherine L. 229 Barrett, Linda Marie 202 Barrett, Michael F. 229 Barriere, Steven L. 176 Barron, George James 176, 290 Barron, Gerald V. Ill 267 Barrozo, Lavonne M. 202 Barry, Maureen A. 175 Barry, Peter Kendall 202 Bartolomeo. Vicki Ann 111, 292 Barulich, Dianne C. 175 Barulich, Robert E. 202,288 Bastedo, Judi A. 229 Bastrire, Karla Lee 202 Batanides, Steven N. 202 Bateman, Ralph 229 Batey, Dennis A. 230 Battaglia. Frances J. 230 Batti. Julia Ann 202,310 Bauder, Nancy Jean 202 Bauer, John Joseph 112 Bauer, Louise Claire 202 Bauer, Lynne A. 175 Baugh, Suzctte Mary 175 Baum, Robert E. Jr. 175 Bauman, Jack D. 230 Baumann, Robert A. II 112 Raumgardt, Sally J. 112 Bayer, Jane Susan 202 Baysinger, Betty L. 112, 266,321 Baysinger, Sharon K. 230 Beacom, David D. 230 Beale, Richard 202 Beals, Daniel George 202 Beasley, Kenneth E. 202 Heaudreault, Mitchell 175 Beck, Marilyn E. 292 Becker, Michael Hugo 202 Beckwith, George C. 112 Bedgood, Joan F. 230 Behounek, Anne C. 176 Beirnc, Nancy Marie 112, 321 Bell, Christine C. 313 Bellesi, Ann M. 230 Belletto, Jerry F. 112 Belli, Ronald R. 176 Bello, John P. 202 Belluomini, Helene M. 176 Beltramo, Mario Louis 176 Beltramo, Robert J. 176 Benedetti, Claudia E. 112, 269 benedetti, Sundru L. 230 Benich, Ronald Paul 176 benne, Richard 230 Bennet, Gerald A. 176 Bennett, Barbara J. 176 Bennett, Cynthia C. 202 Bennett, Steven R. 176 Benoit, Michael K. 176 Benson, Gustavo Luis 113, 266,269,278,280 Benton, Vivian F. 202,313 Berces, Ida C. 113 Berg, Susan E. 113 Bergez, John A. 230 Bergman, Martha A. 230 Berkes, Judy C. 230 Bermingham, Jean M. 176 Bermingham, Pamela J. 230 Bernard!. David M. 176 Bernhard, John Leo Jr. 113, 284,287 Berta, Timothy J. 230 Bertetta, Russell A. 230 Bertinctti, Michael J. 202 Bertrand, Jacques J. 230 Bertrand, Thomas F. 202 Besser. William S. 230 Bethscheider, Janine 113, 321 329 Bibbs, Stephen A. 230 Biebe.sheimer, Fredric 176 Bilich, Michael E. 113 Bird, Susan Patricia 114,336 Bisauta, Lawrence P. 176, 323 Bisazza, Kathleen M. 176 Bjorkquist, James M. 176 Black. Dennis Burford 365. 366.370.373,374 Blackburn, Elizabeth 270 Blackman, Kerry Jane 202 Blackmer, Timothy J. 202 Blahoski, Francis J. 203 Blake, Arlcttc M. 176 Blake, Patrick C. 114 Blancarte, Mary K. 203,279 Blanchard, William J. 176 Blasingame, Jon J. 230 Blaskower, Sharon E. 203 Blicharz, Michael J. 176,303 Bliss, Mary T. 230,310 Blom, John L. 176 Blonien, Noreen E. 189 Blonien, Rodney John 114, 261 Blood. James Mason 203,265 Blotkamp, Bart C. 203 Blough, Martha L. 176 Blume, John K. Jr. 230 Blumensaadt, Norman E. 230 Blythe, John Orland 114 Bobe, Michele M. 230 Bocci, Deborah Ann 203, 272,277 Bochinski, Barbara A. 230 Bock, Marianne 230 Boeng, Sheila 312 Boettcher, Patricia A. 203, 277 Bohac, Terri Lynn 203 Bohnert, Edward M. 176 Bold, Dennis W. 230 Bold, Philip John 203 Boll. Robert Gerhard 203 Bonato, James Joseph 203, 288 Bond, Chester Albert 203 Bond, Duane Allen 176,303 Bonfilio, David E. 114,324 Bonfilio, Joan M. 230 Bonfilio. Victor P. 176,325 Bonno, Jack 293 Boomer, Kathryn Lynn 114, 291 Bordenave, Edward P. 114 Bordin, William M. 176,282, 288 Borges, Cheryl Ann 203 Borghello, Richard E. 203 Borromeo, Maria L. 176 Bosch, Karen M. 230,329 Botti, Fred Louis 176,284 Boucher, Linda B. 176 Boucke, James A. 230 Bouey, James A. 230,355 Bowen, Anne E. 176 Bowyer, David George 114 Boyd. Scott L. 114,286 Boyd, Shannon Marie 115 Boylan. Kevin Peter 115, 288 Boyle, John Joseph 203 Boyle. Mark E. 231 Boyle. Mary L. 280 Boyles. George W. 231 Bracco, Michael A. 203,282, 357 Bracken. Sheryl L. 231 Bradley, Carole Anne 115, 277,321 Bradley. Jack Anthony 203 Brady. Gerald R. 176 Brady. Monica A. 231 Brady, Stephen M. 231 Bragg. Pamela C. A. 203 Branch, John Walden 115 Brandes. Suzanne E. 203 Brandi, Catherine Ann 203 Brandt, Deidre Ann 203 Brandt, Nancy H. 177,304, 306,329 Braun, Nancy Marie 115 Braund, Sharon M. 203,292 Bray, Alice Claire 115 Bray, Mary Katherine 115, 321 Breault, Robert H. 231 Breeden, Susan Jeanne 177 Breedlove, Burt D. 115,286 Brennan, Janet Ann 203, 277,281 Brennan, John James 115, 302 Brenner, Edward R. 116 Brenner, Karl A. 231 Brereton, Andrea F. 203 Brick, Michael A. 177 Brien, Joyce E. 203 Briggs, Robert Deane 116 Brighi, Barbara A. 231 Brightwell, John T. 203 Briscoe, John Edward 203 Brkich, Carol A. 116 Brock, Mary E. 231 Brody, Penelope Susan 203, 312 Brooks, Cathey E. 203 Brosnan, Eileen Jean 203 Brouwers, Yolandn I. M. 204 Brown, Carl A. Jr. 231 Brown, Cynthia Ann 177 Brown, Gerald Raymond 204 Brown. Marita Louise 204 Brown. Michael C. 177,286 Brown, Thomas Lee 116, 289,365,367,370,372 Browning, Patrick M. 177 Broyles, Sharon L. 177 Brunicardi, Norinc M. 231 Bruno, Kathleen Ann 204 Brunsvold, Mary Ann T. 231 Brunton, Susan Ann 116 Brushcr, William F. 231 Brutocao, Mary Louise 257 Brutocao, Patricia 116,309 Bruzzone, Edward J. 116Bucci, Robert D. 204 Bucher, Don P. 231 Bucher, John A. Jr. 177,293 Buckley, Mary Helen 116 Budesa, Yvonne M. 231 Budeselic, Mary Anne 117 Bugas, Suzanne D. 204 Bullis, Stephen B. 231 Bundschu, Ellen G. 204 Buoncristiani, David 117, 266 Buratovich, Nick T. 231 Buresh, Stephen John 117 Burgess. William T. 117 Burke. Kathleen R. 231 Burke. Kevin P. 231 Burke. Leeanna Marie 117. 308,311 Burke, Lynn Murie 117 Burke, Patricia Ann 117, 291,321,334 Burke. Steven 204 Burman. Mary Ann 204,292 Burke. Thomas F. 177 Burrows. William T. 117 Burton. Barbara Jo 204 Bushurd, Regina A. 177 Buskey, Michael T. 231 Butcher, Janet L. 177 Butler, Dwight Allen 117 Butler, Eric E. 231 Butler, Marsha Rose 117, 311 Butler, Michael John 204 Byous, Kathleen M. 117,283 Byrne. Patricia Ann 177 Byrne, Terrence J. 204 Cadden, James Edward 204 Cadelago, Teresa Ann 118 Gaetano, Michele C. 231 Calderon, Richard 177 Caldcroni, Diane 118 Caldwell. Mary A. 231,292 Calegari, Michael J. 231 Calhoon, Christopher 204, 288 Calhoun, Robert A. 177 Callaghan, Patrick T. 231 Callaghan, Sandra 1. 118 Callaghan, Sheila Ann 204 Camacho, John A. 343,348 Cameron. Wilfrid L. 204 Campbell, Audrey E. 177 Campbell. Derral A. 204 Campbell. Mark G. 231 Campbell, Sandra E. 232 Campi, Kenneth Mark 177 Campi, Stephen E. 177 Campion. John H. 232 Campion, Marilyn Lee 204 Campisi, Jack S. 204 Canardo, Edmund Frank 204 Canata. John Michael 118. 281 Canepa, Andrew M. 118 Canepa, Robert F. 257 Canfield, Kenna M. Jr. 204 Canizzaro, Michael P. 204 Canning, Patricia L. 177 Cantu, Janice Yolanda 204 Capcto. Gabriel Paul 118 Cappadona, Dorothy A. 204 Capps, Ludwig Elton 204 Carberry, Edmund J. Jr. 177.288 Cardenas, Carlos E. 278 Cardenas. Rick 278 Cardoza. Jill Marie 177.281 Carenbauer, Ellen 232 Carcw, Thomas R. Jr. 232 Carey, Michael L. 204,337, 338 Carey, Stephen W. 118,288, OC(l Carles. A. 232 Carlin, Brian T. 177 Carlin. John Thomas 204 Carlson. Cameron M. 177, 267.325 Carlson. Donald Paul 177 Carmassi. Paul R. 118.281 Carmody. Barbara Anne 204 Carmody. Eleanor M. 232. 281 Carmody. Mark Thomas 205 Carnazzo. John Joseph 325 Caro, Joseph C. 119 Carpenter. John C. Jr. 205. 386.387 Carr. Maureen E. 177 Carr. Susan Kergan 119 Carroll. Edward D. 177.302 Carroll, Katherine N. 232 Carroll. Patricia A. 119 Carroll. Richard W. 119.287 Carter, Genevieve H. 232, 277 Carter, Karen Ann 267 Carter, Patrick J. 232 Carvalho, Dennis M. 205,279 Carvalho, Timothy L. 300 Cary, John W. Jr. 177,319 Casamayou, Louis J. 119, 266,324.382 Casazza, Jeanne F. 177 Case, Christine C. 232 Casey, Barbara E. 177 Casey, James Nugent 205 Casey, John C. 232 Casey, Michael John 177, 282 Cass, Barbara Mary 119 Cassidy, Elizabeth A. 177, 295 Cassou, Phillip E. 119,331 Castillo, Roberto 280.355 Castoria. Edward S. 120, 288,289,301 Castranova. Paula I. 232 Castro. Gil Richard 120 Castro, James Michael 120 Castro. Michael .1. 232 Castro. Nancy Leo 205 Caswell. Mary H. 232 Cattolico, Francine I. 120 Caugnman. Andrew P. 177, 282 Cavallero. Susan A. 232 Caviglia. Robert C. 205 Cecaci, Janet L. 177 Celoni. Linda R. 177.270.292 Chambers. William 232 Chan, Magdalen T. 205,275 Chan, Tak-Fung 205 Chang, Kenneth K. 232,275 Chappell, Vicki Ann 205 Chaquette. Mary E. 177 Chargin, Lynn M. 205 Charpiot, Frederic H. 120, 289 Charters, Beverly Ann 120 Chase, Rita Joy 120 Chavez, George M. 178,281 Chavira. Albert 120 Cheney. Virginia L. 232 Cheng, Wanla M. A. 178 Cherry, James E. Jr. 205 Cheung, Fanny M. 232,275 Chew, James B. 232 Chiappero, Aldo II 205 Chignell, Paul C. 205 Chin, Victor Paul 205,323 Ching, Stephen Henry 121, 279 Ching, Sylvia Wai L. 205 Ching, Wayne George 332 Chiosso, Edward T. 178.273 Chipp, Edwin Howard 178 Chisholm. D. Vincent 205.286 Chisholm. Mary Ann 205 Chiu. Wai-Choy 178 Choo. Myung Geun 178 Chow, Teresa Silai 205,275, 292 Chown. Patricia Anne 205 Chriss. Tina 205 Christopher. Kenneth 232 Ciabattari, John E. 121 Ciabattari. William J. 205 Ciolino, Peter J. 232 Clardy, Linda Ann 178 Clark, Barbara Ruth 205 Clark, Michael Joseph 121 Clavere, Stephen J. 232 Clay, Charles Teague 121 Claybuugh, Allen L. 232 Clayton, Barbara Jean 121, 278 Cleary, Donald V. 178 Cleary, Marie L. 232 Clemmensen, Ingrid C. 232, 292 Clifford, Elizabeth 205 Clifford. Francis V. 205.273 Cline, William E. Jr. 178 Cling, Peter L. 205,357 Clopton, Joseph R. 205 Cobb, Thomas Eugene 205 Coccellato, Joseph F. 232 Cocconi. Gloria Gene 205 Coffy, Marilyn Anne 178, 290,304 Cohen, Cynthia 232 Colapietro, Anna M. 206 Colbert. James L. 178 Cole, Christina Marie 121, 304 Cole. Glenn Edward 121 Cole. Roger Howard 122 Cole. William J. 232 Coleman. John R. 178 Coleman, Linda L. 232 Coleman, Sharon Anita 122 Colichidas, Madeline 233 Collin, Dennis Paul 122, 268,289.324 Collins. Gordon W. 233 Collins. Richard M. Jr. 206 Collins. Michael R. 178 Collins, Suzanne M. 122 Collum, Michael J. 206 Colthurst, Harry T. 122, 301,313 Comisky, John Francis 206 Comstock, Jean D. 178 Congdon, Sharon A. 206 Conley, Diane L. 178 Connell, Joseph E. Jr. 178, 289 Connell, Patrick N. 178 Connelly, Arthur John 122 Connolly, Kathleen 206,334 Connolly, Michele J. 178,303 Connolly. Thomas John 206 Conroy, Thomas M. 206 Consorti, Roger A. 233 Constantine, Nadine T. 233 Conti, Marlene Ann 178, 292 Contos, Carol A. 233 Contreras, Henry L. 122 Contreras, Miguel O. 233 Conway, Judith C. 178 Conway, Thomas Joseph 122 Cook. Diane Marie 178,270 Cookson. Francis J. 206 Cool. Paul L. 233,301 Cooper, Melvin Jr. 233 Corbin. Susan M. 233 Corcoran. Anthony A. 233 Corda, Carol Ann 122 Cornett, Peggy A. 233,293 Correa. Gregory A. 233.279 Correll, Kathleen E. 178 Cortese, Vincent J. 178 Corti. Jack 233 Cortopassi. Christine 206. 327 Cosgriff. John F. 233 Cosmas, Anna 233 Costa, Norman Jack 122 Costello, Margaret A. 206 Cotterill, Margaret A. 206 Cotterill, Robert W. 123,322 Cotroneo, George 233 Coturri, Anthony H. 233 Couderc, Alberta J. 206 Couderc, Alice Joanne 206 Coury, Sandra S. 310 Cousart, Joan Ann 178 Couzens, Paul M. 206 Covarrubias, Michael 233 Cowan, Richard M. 206 Cox, Cathlecn D. 233 Cox, Maurice M. 233,271 Coyne. Elizabeth Ann 123, 304 Coyne, Kathleen Marie 206 Craig, Kathleen Joan 206, 272 Crawford. Patricia A. 206 Cremin. Michael J. 206 Cresci. Maria Ina 178 Cress, Paul C. 178 Crestetto. Alan J. 178 Cresto, David R. Jr. 178 Cronin, Joseph K. 178.282 Cronin. Patricia K. 178 Crookham. Richard P. 179 Crooks. Barbara A. 123 Cross. Peter Michnel 365. 369,371.374 Crouse. Ina Mae 179 Crowe. Timothy F. 206 Crump. Michael John 123, 179 Cuadra, Isabel 1. 233 Culbertson, Marlene A. 233 Cullen, Kathleen M. 233, 279 Cummings, William P. 206 Cunningham, Brian J. 233 Cunningham, John A. 179 Cupples, Tom 357 Curotto, Edward G. 123 Curran, Maureen Ann 206 Curry, John Michael 123, 179 Curry, Michael D. 233,293 Curtin, Thomas J. 233 Curtis, Janice L. 179 Curtis. Mary Clare 206 Cush. Harry Edward Jr. 123,320 Cusimano, Carol Marie 206 Custer, Deborah A. 233 Czerkies, Donald J. 233 D’Amico, Mary C. 179 D’Artenay, David F. 233 D'Ercole, Norene Jane 125, 304306.307 Daboub, Frank Yudice 123 Daddio, Carl Thomas 206, 300 Daily, Russell J. 179 Dal Porto, Geraldine 179 Dalcssi. Donna C. 179 Dalton. John L. 179.263 Daly. John 268,316 Damato, Lawrence R. 233 Darner, Michael James 206. 265,268,271 Dana. Donald Edward 206, 265.286.288 Dang. Vincent P. 234 Danzey, Kathleen E. 123 Daoust, Janice L. 179,327 Daroza, Kathleen P. 179 Daschbach, Michael J. 206 Dattcr, Valerie A. 206 Davi, John Guido 206,325, 357 David, Joseph Bernard 207, 303 David, Philip John 179,325 David, Suzanne M. 234 Davis, Margaret B. 234, 302 Davis, Roger Paul 207 Davis, Ronald E. 234Davljn, Eileen M. 234 Day, Janies Milton Jr. 207, 279 De Bella, SRM A. 124 De Cicco, Victor Lee 124 De Lange, Janice E. 234 De Luca. David John 124 De Pauw, Julie E. 234 De Vincenzi, Anthony 179 Deagen, John T. 179,266 Deagen. Patrick J. 234 Deasy, David Karl 124,304 Deasy, Marilyn Ann 124 Debrito. Catherine A. 179 Dechene, Rita Marie 293 De Graf, Christine M. 207 De John, Janies P. 207,271 De La Fuente. Maria L. 124 De La Torre, David J. 207 De Lourdes, SRM 280 De Mars, Arthur Janies 125 Dcerinck, Nancy J. 234 Deerinck, Patricia A. 179 Dekkers, Rudolphus L. 179, 343,348 Delabriandais, Leslie 124, 179,282 Delagnes, Michael R. 179 Delagrange, Patrice E. 207 Delee, Dennis 124,357 Delgado, Charles X. 124, 267,285 Delgado, Martha 179,300 Delman. Janies B. 234 Delnionte, John A. 124 Delore, Srcecile 179 DeMartini, Edward 125 DeMartini, Mary 207 Dematteis, Louis F. 207.279, 301 Doming, Kathleen Ann 179, 270 Dempsey, Nicolas J. 179 Denenny, Richard H. 207 Dennis, Michael C. 234 Denton, Joan E. 321 Depner, Barry W. 234 Der, Richard 234 Dernbach, David L. 234 Dervin. Frank B. 234 Desniet, Jeffrey Lynn 179 Desmond. Joseph G. 207. 276 Desmond, Kathleen M. 207, 292 Devincenzi, Tony 282 Devine. Jane F. 179 Devine, Peter Merle 207 Devlin, Joseph J. Jr. 125, 322,334 Devoe. Marguerite E. 179, 263 Devoti, David Frank 207, 271,325 Dewath, Edward James 179 Dewberry. Richard L. 234 Dey, Kristine M. 300 DiMuro, Michael A. 125 Diani, Elaine Susan 125 Diaso, Mary A. 234 Diaz. Josephine M. 125, 278,300,321 Diaz, Reva Leticia 207 Diedesch, Marilyn L. 207 Dietrich, F. T. Jr. 207 Digiacinto, John S. 234 Digrizia, Robert E. 207 DiMercurio, Thomas F. 207, 329 DiPego, George Gino 207 DiRicco, Dennis R. 207,357. 359 Dillon. John Edward 179 Dillon. Patrick M. 180 Dimminger, Laurel Ann 207 Dineen, Lawrence T. 234,355 Dineen. Mary Lynn 180 Dinslage. Ronald M. 180 Disotelle, Sandra A. 180, 270 Dobson. Pnul Henry 125.290 Dodini, Kathleen E. 126 Dohenv, William John 207 Doherty. Lynn L. 207 Doherty, Michael J. 180,365 Doherty, Robert E. 180 Doizaki, Ernest Y. 180 Dolan, Lawrence M. 234 Domenici, Murtin 207 Domeniconi, Michael J. 126, 324 Domezio, Del Harry 126 Domingues, Robert A. 180 Donais, Paul Arthur 126, 269,290 Donohoe. Matthew I. 234 Donohoe, Michael P. 126, 357,362 Donohoe, Peter F. 180 Doogan, Gerald M. 207,335, 339 Doran. Patricia Anne 207, 327 Dorsch, Brian Vern 208 Dorsey, Corinne M. 208 Dorsey, Thomas Lee 180,286 Dotto, Carla Jean 208 Dougherty. Kevin A. 234 Dowling, Kevin Thomas 208 Dowling, Sean P. 235 Dowling, Thomas F. 180, 293 Downey, Alan L. 180,304 Downey. Daniel James 180 Downey, Robert Edmond 126,308,312 Doyle, Robert 180 Doyle, Sandra M. 180.304, 305 Dresser. James Dennis 126 Drews. Richard W. 235 Driscoll. John Hugh 208 Driscoll. Mary E. 235 Duato, Roderick Elson 208 Dubost. Carol Ann 208,277 Duca, Robert M. 235 Dueber, Gwendolyn M. 180 Duffy, Dennis M. 235,325, 357 Duffy, Peter Benjamin 127, 304,307 Duggan, Mary Lou 208 Duignan, James J. 127 Dulay, Ana Marie 127,266, 321 Dulay, Dion Joseph 208,323 Dullea, Charles W. 180,365 Dummer, William L. 180, 286 Duncan, Margaret R. 235 Duncan, Robert Jr. 235,375 Dundas, Michael R. 235 Duniway, Sancha E. 235 Dunn, Barbara E. 208,270 Dunn, Coby L. 180,357.360 Dunn, Julianne Mary 208 Dunn, Kathleen Mary 127 Duquette, William R. 235 Dyer, Lawrence N. 235 Dyer, Timothy L. 235 Eagen, Judith C. 235 East, Kevin J. 235 Kbright, Mary E. 208 Edelnian, Robert Jay 208 Edens, Kathleen E. 235 Edminster. Richard D. 235 Edstrom, Susan C. 235 Egnew, Bruce Edward 127 Kidarous, Abo Baker A. 180 Eiler, John 180 Filers, Martha E. 127,235 El-Yacoub, Taisier S. 235 Elfering, Richard J. 180 Ellefson, Kathleen M. 180, 292 Ellis, Nancy Marie 127 Elsener, Lawrence Jr. 128 Pilsner, Christie A. 235 Emerson, Ann B. 235,292 Emmaneel, Charles E. 235 Empey, William C. 235,265 Englor, Edward P. 180 Engler, Frank A. 180 English, Thomas T. 208 Enos, Patricia M. 235 Epidendio, Janet M. 235 Erickson. Robert M. 301 Erlach, Raymond N. 208 Erlach, Stephen P. 180 Erpelding, Leandra L. 208, 283.300 Ervin, Theresa Mary 180 Erwin. William J. Jr. 180 Esola, Janice L. 235 Eshleman, Judith M. 181, 337 Espinoza, Merlinda A. 181 Esposto. Richard E. 235 Essig, William G. 235 Estes. Allen W. Jr. 235.375 Estrella, Irene Joyce 128 Estrella. Linda Lou 208,279 Etzel, Marilyn M. 235 Evangelista. Lethe I. 181 Ewen, Eric Paul 181 Ewen, John Edgar 288 Ewing, Mary Imeldu 208,277 Ewing, Nicholas W. 128,304, 305 Eyherabide, Michelle 181, 272,327 Fabian, John M. 181,302 Fahres. Thomas C. 236 Fahy, Justine J. 181 Faktor, David J. Jr. 236 Falsarella, John K. 236 Fan, Kitty T. 275 Fanning, Daniel J. 236 Fanning. Patrick T. 181 Fanucchi, Joseph J. 128, 236,336 Fanucci, Jane E. 181 Fanucci. Joseph E. 300 Faria. Edward G. Jr. 208 Farley. Paul K. 236 Farnham. Christina A. 236 Farrell, Gregory A. 236 Farrell. Marie 181 Farrell, Michael P. 128,334, 388.389 Farrell. Robert Bruce 208 Farrell. Virginia A. 236 Farrelly. Fred W. 128 Fauria, Thomas M. 208 Fay, Ross James 128,267, 269.282.285 Faycosh. Rosemary C. 181 Fazio, Alicia Maria 208 Feeley. Elizabeth Ann 208, 277 Feeney. Kathleen A. 128. 181 Feeney. Molly J. 236 Feeney, Patrick J. 181 Feldtman, Catherine H. 236 Fendler, Fred Jules 208 Fenton. Kathryn Gail 208. 272 Ferandell. Judy 181 Ferdon, William L. Ill 128 Ferguson, Fred Harold 128 Fernandez, Jorge Raul 129, 343,351 Fernekes, Robert 181 Ferrari, Linda Louise 181 Ferrari, Susan K. 208.300, 304 Ferraris, Frank I). 129 Ferreboeuf, John G. 181 Ferreboeuf, Paul E. 181.282 Ferreira, Claudia Ann 181 Ferretti. Robert PL 236 Feutren, Georgette D. 129 Fiammongo. Gary A. 236 Fichter, David W. 208 Fidlcr, Theresa A. 129,321, 327 P’igari, Judith Mae 129 P’igoni, Richard A. 208,282. 357.359 Figueroa. Gregory R. 181, 276 Filiberti, Sharon A. 236Filice, Linda Barbara 200 Finigan. Vincent J. Jr. 129 Finn, Maureen E. 129 Finnegan. Maureen Ann 129 Firpo, Beverly Ann 130,321 Fisher. Clifford Mark 130. 304,326 Fisher. Kenton D. 209 Fisher, Suzanne 181 Fitzgerald. Geraldine 181 Fitzgerald. Kathleen 181 Fitzpatrick. Margaret 236 Fitzpatrick. Thomas F. 130 Flagiello. Michael P. 181 Flaherty. Kathleen A. 181 Flannery. Bryan J. Jr. 209 Fleet. Ariana Louise 181 Fleischer. Louis W. Jr. 181, 286 Fleming. Robert L. 209,324 Fleming. Susan R. 181 Fletcher, Robert J. 236 Flocchini, Robert G. 181 Flora, Richard R. 209 Flores. Ronald R. 236 Flott, Stanley 269.276.284, 287.318 Flournoy. Catherine M. 209 Floyd. Harry Joseph 209 Flynn. James Kerwin 209 Flynn. Patrick J. 236.271 Flynn, Patricia K. 181,266, 440 Fogarty, William L. 181 Foley, Daniel Robert 182 Foley. Nancy A. 236 Fong, Melvin Lew 182,275, 300 Fong. Rolland Quock 209. 269.275 Fontaine. Rosemary 209 Fonteyn. Paul John 130 Foppiano, Linda Ann 209 Foro. Diane L. 236 Ford. John Milford 209.271. 286 Ford. Patrick James 130, 304.305 Fore. John Michael 130,182 Fortunio, John Bal 209 Foster. Bryan Francis 209, 357 Foster, Katherine A. 209 Fourie. Thomas A. 182 Fowlie. Cliffne J. 182 Fown, Darryl C. 209,275.319 Fracchia, Gary L. 182,286 Frandrup. Thomas J. 182 Franich, Steven 130.267,282. 286 Frank. Joan M. 182 Franke. Leona E. 209,293 Franklin, Michael D. 182 Franza, Thomas Joseph 209 Franzi. Joanna Jean 182 Franzi. Joseph D. 236 Fraser. Pamela M. 131 Fread. Kathleen A. 182 Freed, Steven D. 236 Freeman. Dennis D. 182.289. 381.388.389 Freeto. David Michael 131. 263 322 Fregulia. Cindy Jo 182.266. 292.321,327 Friedman, Jaynes T. 182 Friedrichsen, V. R. 236 Friel. John C. 182 Friel. Mai re Lea 209 Friel. Nancy C. 131.321 Fritch, Thomas Edward 131. 322 Fritz. Donald E. 236.284 Fruzzetti. Larry A. 182 Frye. Paul F. 182.271 Fu. Diana G. 275 Fuetsch. Jerome F. 182 Fulcher. Anthony W. 236.281 Fulvio, Linda R. 209 Furlong. Michael S. 236 Furlow. Theodore B. 267 Furman. Victoria S. 209.277 Furnanz. James L. Jr. 131 Furnanz. David L. Jr. 209 Futernick, Robert G. 386.387 Gable. John Glennon 209 Gabriel. Amelia M. 182,300 Gabriel. Faye C. 182 Gabriel. William H. 209.291 Gaene. Richard 182 Galbraith. Courtney A. 209, 270 Galagan. Robert C. 236.381 Galdieri. Jane E. 182,292 Gall. Gail Denise 131.264 Gallegos. George M. 209 Gnlletti. Clara E. 237 Gallian. Russell J. 182,320 Galligan, Michael W. 182,266 Gallo, David Thomas 182.289 Galvin. Daniel James 209 Galvin, John C. 280 Gambertoglio, John G. 182 Gamma, Maryann E. 131 Gander. Therese Anne 131, 283 Ganduglia, Leonard S. 237 Gansen. Dolores E. 237 Garand, Paulette D. 237 Garcia. Cecilio A. 237 Garcia, Jose A. 209 Garcia. Richard J. 237 Garcia. William J. 237 Gardner. Kathleen A. 237 Gargano. William R. 131 Garman, Gary A. 237 Garrett. Shellie A. Jr. 182 Gnrven. Judith L. 237 Garzaro. Michael 304 Gasparini, Michael F. 132. 357.359 Gatfield. Denise M. 210 Gatlin. Mary Margaret 132. 266 Gatto, Philip Anthony 210 Gavin. Charles J. 237 Gavin. Gerald L. Jr. 237 Gazzano. Edward M. 132 Geeza. Mary Noreen 210 Gehling, Cathy Anne 132.321 Gein. Kathryn Grace 182 Genini, Ronald Walter 132. 278.281 Genoni, Richard P. 182.286 George. Mary E. 237 George. Virginia B. 210. 292 Georgeatos. Pamela C. 210 Georgi. Thomas M. 182.304, 306.326 Geraldi. Michael A. 237 Gerhardt. Raymond William 132 Gerzowski. Samuel 210.343. 353 Gettys. Sandra J. 237 Gherini. John Francis 133. 263.290 Giachino. Marianne 237 Gianelli. Jerrett J. 210 Giannecchini. Steve B. 237 Giannini. Alfred F. 210 Giannini. T.ouis P. 237 Gihhons. Kathleen M. 183 Gibbons. Thomas E. 183 Giddinr's. Robert E. 183.308 Gifrliotti. Robert E. 183 Gilchrist. Mary G. 237 Gilchrist. Susan E. 210 GW. Alan 183 Gillies. Ronald W. 210 Gillogley. Alice E. 183 Gillogley, Patricia C. 183 Gillum. Steven L. 210,288 Ginotti, Claire A. 210 Giotta, Armando F. 183 Giovannoni, James P. 357 Giraudo, Ix uis John 133 Giuliani, Catherine A. 183, 321 Giuntini, Cheryl L. 210 Gleason. Candace M. 210 Gleeson, Gerald L. 183 Gloster, Thomas W. Jr. 183 Gnam, Martha T. 183 Goddard. Marne L. 183 Goebel. Richard J. 237 Goeringer. Fred 183.286 Gogna. Michael E. 210 Golden. Margaret P. 183 Golden, Patrick G. 210.323 Gomez. George 343 Gonsalves, Cheryl Ann 133 Gonzales. Louis E. 133 Gonzalez, Ramon 280 Gonzalez, Sandra M. 237 Goodson. Karen 210 Goodwin. Carolyn M. 237 Goodwin. John M. Jr. 210 Goodwin. Richard A. 183 Gordon. Alfred B. 183 Gore. David A. 183.324 Gorges. Gregory A. 237 Gormsen, Jennifer K. 237 Gosano, Stephanie L. 183. 304.305 Gosano. Suzanne M. 237.305. 306 Gosse. Richard A. 210.287 Goszulak. Gail Anne 133 Goyhenetche. Gracian 237 Goyton. Peter Jeffrey 133 Grabicki. Peter J. 183,325 Grady. J. W. 237 Graffy. Kurt M. 237.276 Graham. Anne F. 237 Graham, Anthony E. 133 Graham. Francis R. 183 Graham, Mary Patricia 133 Graham. Richard M. 183 Graham. Robert 315 Granen. Michael R. 237 Grant. Douglas Harold 134 Grassilli. Robert Jr. 210,338 Graudenz. Jacob Y. 210 Graves. Catherine A. 210 Gray. Madeline 183 Graziano. Margaret A. 210, 313 Grazioli, Joseph C. 210 Grcalish. Kent M. 210 Greathouse. Kimberly 183 Greco. Judith Ann 210.277 Green. Joy L. 238 Green. Judith Marie 210 Greene. Philip Loring211 Greene. Stanley 257 Greenstone. Anne V. 238 Gregori. Joseph A. Jr. 183 Grenier. Michael D. 183 Grethel. Srm Ann 183.321 Grier. Evelynn Marie 211. 270.304 Griesmeyer. James M. 238 Griesmeyer. Linda L. 238 Grigliatti. Catherine 183,292. 327 Grinnon. Christine G. 134 Grodzicki. Valli A. 238 Gross. Allen S. Jr. 211 Grover. Roberta J. 183 Grucky. Thomas A. 238,357 Grupico. Frank M. 183 Grydyk.Joseph A. 183 Guaraglia, Arleen R. 134 Guarino, Rita Marie 134,183 Gudmundsen. Lewis D. 238 Guehring, Kurt R. 238 Gueliani, Cathy 327 Guerin. Jerome W. 183.285. 382 Guerrera. Christine M. 211 Guffanti. Jeanne Ann 183 Gughemetti, Joseph M. 183 Guidi, Angelo V. 238 Guido. George E. Jr. 183.317 Guido. Roger James 211 Gularte. Diane Marie 134 403Gundry. Frank Joseph 211 Gunn. Moira Anne 211 Gunther. Daniel C. 238.329. 334 Gurash, Danny G. 211.288 Guss. Stephen S. 239 Gustafson. Michael R. 238 Guth. Madeline G. 211 Guthrie. Randolph Jr. 211 Guttormsson. Karen M. 184 Guyette, Rodney J. 184 Guzman. Fernando 238 Gwinn. Colette 184 Gygax, Lynn R. 238 Hanf, Dennis Mathew 271 Hnnpaln. Robert J. 238 Haberkom. Christine 238 Hackney. Robert N. 211.384 Haedge, Ma rein da M. 238 Haff. Gerard T. II 134.306. 320 Untrue. Srv. M. 211.292 Hakeem. Michael David 134 Halcomb. Wilma Jean 134 Haley. Moira Jane 211 Hall. Dennis Roger 184.268. 357 Hall. Fred 316 Hallman. William E. 238 Hally. Terry Anne 184 Hamacher. Robert 134 Hammer, Janet L. 184 Hancock. John Bonner 184. 278 Hanessian. Nubar J. 184 Haney. William J. 238.384. 385 Hanley. Arthur W. 238 Hanley. Kevin J. 238 Hannan. Timothy James 211. 325 Hansen. George C. 184 Hanson. Conrad Jacob 211. 271 Hanyak. Margaret A. 238 Harbor. Torrance B. 184 Barker, William R. 238 Harless, Susan Louise 184 Harness. Julia A. 184 Harnish. Catherine L. 238 Harrigan. Lorraine M. 184 Harrington, Edward M. 238 Harrington. Hugh J. 211 Harrington. Leo A. 134 Harrington, Leslie J. 184 Harrington, Thomas E. 184 Harris, Srm. Donna 184.292 Harrison, Deborah C. 211 Harrison. Gwendolyn Y. 238 Harron, Melinda-Maria 211 Hartfield. Ellen M. 184.277. 311 Hartley. Thomas A. 238 Harvey. Catherine M. 238 Harvey. Marla Noel 211 Hasenkamp, James W. 211. 311 Haslam. William T. 135.184 Hasselbach. Joseph G. 238 Hatch, Carol Marie 184 Hatton, Diane C. 184 Hauber. Kurt 184 Hauck. Ann-Marie 184 Hayushida. Sander S. 239, 338 389 Hayden. Martha P. 184 Haynes. William D. 239 Hays. Mary Jeannette 135 Hazlewood, Joseph M. 184 Hazlewood. Richard J. 184, 290 Head. Helaine Mildred 135 Healy. Joseph R. 211 Mealy, Lenore M. 239 Heaney. Patricia A. 184 Hearn, Barbara Ann 184 Hcarney. John Michael 184 Houston. Sandra Marie 211 Heath. Steven F. 239 Hecht. I awrence E. 239 Heckcnberg. Rose M. 239 Hecq, Patrick Charles 211 Hedstrom. Stephen 0. 211 Ileer, Sandra Jean 184.292, 327 Hegerhorst. Michael E. 239 Heieck. Teresa Marie 135. 269.278 Hcing. Corene L. 184.270.321 Heing, Linda G. 239 Heinz, Annette P. 211 Heilrung, Randy M. 239 Helm. Mary Katherine 184 Hendershott. Dana P. 239 Henderson. Slichael I). 185 Hennessy, James J. 185 Hennessy, Jean L. 211 Henning. Darryl C. 239 Henry. Charles E. 239 Henry. Helen Kathleen 135. 300 Heredia. Alexander G. 239 Hermann. Kathleen J. 239 Herndon. Gail A. 185.304.307 Herold. Roy 293.323 Herold. William L. 185 Herroll. Jill N. 239 Heslin. Thomas J. 239 Hickel, Kathleen Ann 135. 291 Higgins. Mary 239 Hill. Lydn Louise 135 Hillebrand. Rita R. 239 Hiller. Ronald H. 211 Hinkle. Richard P. 185.262. 325 Hinton. Curtis C. 239.375 Hites. Laszlo 135.343.351.355 Hites. Sandor 343.346.350 Hobert. David S. 211 Hobrecht. Charles E. 135 Hodges. Anne M. 185.277 Hodgskiss, Linda C. 185,292. 327 Hoeft. Susan M. 239.313 Hoese. Barbara A. 135 Hogan. Colleen M. 239 Hogan, James T. 239 Hogan. Kathleen C. 136 Hogg. Leroy 211,365 Holguin, David Paul 136.315 Holguin. Vida M. 239.311 Holland. Janet Marie 136. 266.291.321 Holland, Robert A. 212 Holmberg. Charles IV 212. 304.306 Holstein. Elizabeth 239 Holt. James M. Jr. 185 Holton. Michael A. 240 Holzemer. Mary K. 136.267. 310.312 Hooper. Denise Marie 185 Hoover. Steven E. 185 Horan. Eleanor Marie 212 Horan. Kevin J. 240 Horgan. Anne Mary 136 Hotta. Stephanie F. 212.279 Hougham. Mary L. 240 Hove. Richard Eric 136 Howard. Marian B. 185 Howard. Mark L. 185,269. 287 Howe. John McDonald 185, 308.311 Howell. Arthur J. 136.185 Howlett, Sharon M. 136,185 Hritz. Mary-Ann E. 212 Hromalik. Mark A. 240.288 IIruby. Martha Ellen 185 Hubbertz. Andrew P. 137.185 Huber. Michael D. 185 Hudson. Anna Margaret 212 Huff. Cynthia E. 240.265 Hughes. Gregory E. 137.286. 288 Hughes, Linda E. 185.270. 292.295.311.327 Hughes. Randolph B. 212 Hulsman. John P. 240 Hulsman. Walter C. Jr. 185 Hummer, Ellene Marie 185. 304 Hunt. Bruce Woodward 315 Hunter. Catherine 212 Hunter. Henry Collins 289. 317 Hunter. Martha E. 137.300 Hunter. Mary Margaret 212 Hurren. Teresa Joan 212.300 Husby, Philip Gilmore 137, 318.365 Husser. John Scott 185.325 Hustedt. Mary E. 212 Hutson. William J. 185 Huvane. Marian W. 240 Hu vane. Michael J. 185 Ianziti, Gary John 185 llacqua, Patricia A. 240 lldcfonso, Julia Pia 212.279 Inadomi, Lawrence W. 186 Ingoglia, Michael E. 186 Ingojo. Jose C. 186 Inocito. Frank Andrew 212 Iroz. Florence M. 240 Irvine. John Joseph 212 Isheim. Linda S. 240 Ishisaki. Richard K. 212 Isoardi, Steven L. 240 Ivanow. Michael 343.345 Jacamo, Julio C. 186 Jachetta. Linda L. 212,312 Jacinto, Judith A. 240 Jackson. Donna J. 186,292, 321.327 Jackson. Susan Jane 186 Jacobs. Larry A. 212 Jacobs. I aurie J. 186 Jacobsen. Karen P. 212 Jalbert. John Ervin 212 James. Dennis Edmound 212 Jamieson. Deetta 240 Janda. Daniel F. Jr. 186 Janicki. Paul Chester 137, 283.381 Jans. Candace Lee 186 Jaquinta. Frank Ix uis 212. 271.357.358 Javorski. William C. 137.322 Jehl, Maureen Claire 212 Jenkins. David I. 240 Jenkins. Kathleen E. 240 Jenkins. Linda Cheryl 212 Jenkins. Patricia M. 240 Jenkins. Thomas A. 212 Jennings. Charles Jr. 212.312 Jesinger. Robert E. 212,288 Jeung, Jadyne D. 186.321. 330 Jeung. Kristyne H. 240.275, 292 Jew. Jonathan K. 240.275.383 Jewell. Michael Craig 186 Jimenez, Ernesto A. 240 Jimenez. Janice S. 240.300 Jimenez. Olivia T. 186.280 Jobst. Marsha T. 138 Joch, Carol Ann 138 Johansen. Allen I). 212 Johansen. Marvin W. 138 Johnson, Charles J. 138 Johnson. Chris P. 186.290. 304 Johnson. James 186.283 Johnson. James T. 240 Johnson. Janice E. 186 Johnson. Kathleen Ann 212 Johnson. Kaye M. 240 Johnson. Kristin M. 186 Johnson. Linda Marie 212 Johnson. Michael E. 212 Johnson. Michael G. 213 Johnson. Michael W. 240 Johnson. Richard S. 240 Johnson. Robin B. 240 Johnson. Ronald R. 138,186 Johnson. Thomas A. 240 Johnston. Wayne E. 240 Jones. Daniel Ray 138,289 Jones. Gregory Steven 138 Jones. James Bernard 138 Jones, I awrence E. 241 Jones. Mehettie M. 241 Jordan. Marie Theresa 138 Jordan. Nancy M. 241 Jorgensen. Cheryl A. 241 Joyce. Mortimer J. 315 Jozwicki, Christine 241 Jurewitz. John L. 186,262. 290.325 Jurovich. Gary Lee 138. 282 Kafura. Dennis George 213. 276.284 Kalin. Mary L. 241 Kalinowski. Marie A. 213 Kaluza. Patricia A. 241 Kamimoto. Karen H. 139 Kane. Anthony J. Jr. Kane. Michael J. 241 Kaneen. Patrick M. 241 Kaneko. Richard T. 139.271. 318 Kanter. David J. 241 Kariya. Roger H. 186 Karmendy. John C. 186,331 Katayama. Wayne Y. 139. 289 Katsopoulos, Alex K. 139 Katz. Peter H. 241 Kuvanaugh. Robert P. 213 Kaye. Patricia J. 213.309 Kays. William M. 213.281 Keane. Joan M. 186.292.327 Kearn. Paula J. 241 Keays. William J. Jr. 213. 315.357 Keil. Jeffrey W. 241 Keim. Robert R. HI 241 Kelechava. Michael A. 186, 282 Kellenberg, Kim W. 213,365. 366 Kelly. Christina M. 241 Kelly. James Irvin 186 Kelly. John Thomas 186 Kelly. Peter John 139 Kelly. Philip H. 186.264.325. 357 Kelly. Regina Marie 213 Kelly. Sara M. 186 Kempton. William A. 186. 261.286 Kenefick. Patrick T. 139 Kenmotsu, Richard T. 139 Kenneally. Kevin J. 241 Kennedy. Daniel 186 Kenny. John J. 241 Kent. Joan P. 213 Kerhoulas, Dion P. 186.365. 368 Kern. Karen Fay 213 Kerr. James Jamison 139,319 Kersten. Karl Patrick 186 Kessler. Kathleen M. 186 Kestell. April P. 187.290 Khanna. Nand Kumar 139 Kidd. William F. 187.288.289. 326 Kight. Teresita B. 241 Kilcline Jane Anne 213 Kilkenny. Anne L. 241 Killam. Linda E. 241 Killeen. Michael A. 241 Kim. William Jr. 213 Kimbrough. John Louis 139, 258.322 Kimura, Cheryl S. 213,300 King. Deborah Ann 213 King. June Marie 213 King. Maryanne 213 King. Richard J. 241 King, Susan Jane 187King, Timothy Alan 213.273 Kinkade. Gerald L. 187 Kinter, Donald Eugene 213 Kirby. Bradford John 140, 318 Kirby, Marshall F. 140 Kirby. Robert 140 Kirk, David R. 241 Kirk. William F. 241 Kirsch, Bettie J. 241 Kirschner. Catherine 140.277 Kirschner. Karen Joan 213 Kisla, Susan Mildred 187 Kistner. Mary Rae 213 Klaczak, James A. 187.357 Klaes. James G. Ill 140 Kljunak. Katherine A. 241 Klein, Katherine M. 187 Knauss, Frederick E. 187. 332 Kneier, Andrew W. 140.260 Knez, Richard S. 241 Knight. Judith A. 241 Knight. Stacey 280 Knippel, Katherine M. 213 Knnedlcr. Heinz L. 187 Kneedier. Robert H. 141 Knotts, Donald R. 187.266 Kochly, Robert J. 187.315 Koehler. Kathleen I.. 242 Koerting. Catherine L. 187 Koester, Paul Frank 141 Koke. Theresa Lee 213 Kolander. Karen K. 141.327 Konevich, Robert W. 213 Konte. Jean Mary 213 Koo. Betty R. 242 Korshak, Erie M. 187 Koshlap. Robert E. 187 Knatures. Nicholas A. 242 Kotlanger. Michael J. 141, 281 Kovacevich, Glenn A. 187. 296 Kovacich. William Jr. 187 Kowalski. Diane K. 242.302 Kowalski. Karyn A. 242 Kozuki. Jeremy F. 187.279. 324 Kramer. Joan 187 Kramer. Matthew C. 187 Krause. Kathleen Mary 281 Kreml. Robert Curtis 141. 304.305 Krentz. Michael J. 187 Krich. Paula 279 Krieger. David John 213 Kriste. George V. 187.365 Krueger. Donna Lucene 141. 283.304.307 Krutel. Rruce Edward 187 Kubancik, Joseph J. 213 Kuchins. Harry L. Til 187 Kuebelbeck. Janet L. 242 Kuebrich, David Peter 213 Kurakazu. Edwin Ken 213 Kuss. Herbert Patrick 213 La Croix. Charles H. 141 Labrador. Laura C. 214 Lacey, Mary E. 187.281 Lacey. Thomas J. 214 LaCosta. Ronald Jean Lagger. Raymond Louis 142. 268.322 Lagomarsino. John 0. 214 Lagomarsino, Linda M. 242 Lahaderne, Paul B. 187 Laherty, Richard F. 214,323 La-Borde. Jean Sr. 321 La-Boyteaux, Sarah F. 214 La-Plante. Stephen C. 214. 312.315 Iji-Rocque. Gerald Don 214 Lajoy. Ronald Joseph 214 Lalor. Thomas M. 187 Lam. Dick 142 Lama. Thomas Michael 187 Lamb. John Patrick 214 Lambert. Bonnie Gene 214 Lamberto. Peter N. 214 Lamothe. Paul Jean 324 Lamperti. Larry P. 214 Lanctot. Lynne Marie 142 Landini. Louis F. 242 Landry, Adrienne M. 242 Lane. Constance R. 187 I ang. Henry Spencer 142. 187.263.269 Lang. Kathleen J. 242 Lannan. Teresa Mary 214 Lantrip. Larry J. 242.271. 303 Lanway. Mary L. 214 Laporte. Barbara Ann 214 Lara. Barbara 242 Larkin. David T. 242 Lasater, Michael E. 214.384. 385 Lastreto, Carla L. 242.291. 300 Lastufka, Virginia M. 242 I itorre. Linda J. 187 Lau. Andrew P. 242.312 Lau. Douglas K. 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Kathleen A. 142 Lewis, Rosemary 143 Libanti, Bernerd F. 214 Libershal. Susan Jane 188. 268.292.321.327 Liberson. Gail A. 243 Liberty, Christopher 243 Lillie. Gail A. 243 Lim. Rosalina 188 Lima. Laura Yvonne 143 Limper, Marcia Anne 215 Limper. Patricia D. 143 Limsico, Amy Young 143 Lin. George C. 275 Lin. I,eo S. L. 143.188 Linato. Lourdes P. 243 Lindberg, Donna L. 188 Lindemann, Aloysius J. 243 Lindsay. Doris A. 243 Lindsey. Barbara E. 243 Linn. Sarah A. 188 Lionudakis. Eva K. 188 Lippi. Marilyn Ann 215 Lipskey. Kathleen A. 215 Litzius, Brian E. 188 Livingston. Susan L. 243 Lo. Lawrence K. 243 Lobeck. Kristine M. 188 Lock, Dennis Kwon S. 143. 267.279 l mbardi. Laura E. 243 Ixmergan, Mary Anne 215 Long. Robert John 188,278. 330 Look. William B. 243 Ix»os. Richard E. 188 1 opez. Albert J. 215.357 Lorda. Renee Simone 215.311 Ix renzi. I wrence P. 243 Loudon, Gail F. 188 Loudon. Ranayne Ann 188, 334 Loughran. Patricia A. 188 Louis. Samuel R. 243 Loveland, Dianne E. 143 Lovely. Rita 304 Lovotti. June Maria 215 Lowe. David 143 I.owe. James E. 243 Lowe. J. Kevin 243.281 Lowther. Wayne Robert 215 Lucasey. Linda Lynn M. 144 Lucay. Patrick D. 189.286 Lucchesi. Gale A. 189 Lucchetti. Frank J. 215 Luchetti. Lawrence Jr. 144 I.uchini. Joseph D. 189 Lucia. Linda M. 243 Lucia. Stephen Ellis 144 Lucido. Maria Hope 144.264 Luck. Harry C. 189 Ludden. Gerald F. 144 Luksieh. Diane Kay 144.189 Lumia. Jonathan 215 Lumsdaine. Dorothy 243.275 Luna. Norman A. 282 Lund, Ann Elizabeth 144 Lunny. Susan Cecelia 144 Luther. Jerry K. 243.357 Lynch. John A. 189.288 Lynch. John P. Jr. 189 Lynch. Patrick J. 215.320 Lynch. Peter Anthony 243. 355 Lyon. James Monroe 320 Lyons, Christine A. 243,302 Lyons. Kathleen 257 405Mange, Kathy T. 243 Mabee. Mary A. 243 MacGibbon. Evan C. 243 MacDonald. Iain A. 145.266. 268.317 Macey, Scott J. 215 MacGowan. Judy Lu 145 Machady, Chcnayi Leonard 145 Mache. Steven R. 243 MacIntyre. Neil R. Jr. 145. 308.313.322 MacIntyre. Steph 313 MacKenzie. Thomas R. 189, 357 Mackewicz. Stanley Z. 215 Macrenato. Ternot 145.189 Madden. Srm. St. James 145 Maffei. William A. 145.269. 281 Mages. Teresa Ann 189 Magin. David R. 243 Maguire. Daniel H. 145 Maguire. Thomas E. 384,385 Maher. Charles W. 286 Mahoney. Carolyn M. 146 Mahoney, Edward W. 189. 282 Mahoney. Jerry J. 189 Mahoney. Margaret C. 215 Makaweo, James Alan 146, 286 Maksim. Diane Cecilia 146. 295 Maligie, Michael J. 243 Mallegni, Curtis J. 243 Malloy, Robert J. 215 Maloney. Patrick C. 243, 271 Malovich, Kathy 189, 313 Malta, Frances Marie 215 Mancebo. Marty S. 189 Mancini, Roger S. 215 Mancini. Ronald J. 189 Maney, Barbara Ann 146 Maniscalco. Anthony R. 215, 275. 325. 384. 385 Maniscalco. Lawrence 189, 303 Mannheimer. Wayne R. 146, 282 Manning. Robert A. 215 Mantle, Gregory Evan 146, 288. 289 Manu, Mahoungou D. 146. 280. 343. 349 Manuel, Gerdenio M., Jr. 244 Maraldo. Mary M. 244 Marantette. Patrick J. 215. 273 Marchi. Sandra J. 189 Marini. Robert L. 189 Marovich. 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David P. 193 Pile. Mary Emelita 220 Pindroh. Robert Alan 157 Pinelli, Catherine A. 248 Pinelli. Rae M. 248 Pirio. Annette Marie 193 Pisarev. Maxenc 220 Pitctti. Kenneth H. 157, 357 Pittavino, Stephen L. 193 Piva, Dathel R. 220 Plavchak. Robert John 157 Plut. David J. 248 Podesto. Paula Regina 193 Poggio. Leonard 220, 323 Poirier. Katherine R. 249 Poirier. Mary E. 249 Poor. Margot Jane 158 Popek. Edward S.. Jr. 220 Poppa. Kenneth C. 193 Porter, Thomas V. 295 Potter. Robert Henry 220 Potter. Susan Mary 220 Powell, William Grant 220 Powers. Kathleen A. 249 Powers. Mary Inez 220. 312 Pratt. Ronald Edward 158 Preciado. Kathleen A. 249 Precissi. Diane C. 221 Presta. Julie Ann 193 Presto. John L. 158 Pribyl. David Warren 221. 323 Price. Catherine A. 249 Price. Steven E. 193 Prigmore, James D. 249 Prigmore. Joanne G. 158. 264. 291, 318, 321 Prindiville, James E. 158 Prochnow. Stephen W. 158. 282 Pronos, Mary Ellen 193 Prosak, Victor E. 249 Psaras, Theodore 355 Pscherer, Mary Clare 221 Pualoa, James 279 Pucci. Paul J. 249 Puccinelli, Rea E. 193 Pycha. Frank 158 Querin, SRM Edward 193 Quesenberry. Dennis K. 193 Quezada, John 221 Quigg, Suzanne M. 249 Quigley. John B.. Jr. 193 Quinlan, Kathleen E. 221. 281 Quinn. Daniel Francis 158. 315 Quinn. Dennis Michael 221 Quinn. Edward H. 271 Quinn, James P. 193 Quinn. Jeffrey Alan 221 Quittmnn. Peter F. 158 Quock. Raymond Mark 221, 275, 323 Radillo, Antonia D. 193 Rafael. Robert A. 158, 322 Itaffo. Richard V. 249 Raher. Molly M. 249. 303 Raker. Richard Raymond 159 Ramelot, Linda B. 159 Ramirez. Maria C. 221 Ramos. Joseph III 159 Randolph. Ann F. 249. 302 Randolph, Jeffrey L. 159 Rangel. Eduardo 193 Ranieri. Marsha M. 193 Rankin. Nancy Anne 159. 304. 306 Rankin. Samuel 159 Rapp.Jeanne M.249 Rashed, Sarah 221 Rassier. Carmen A. 249 Ratto, John Joseph 221 Ravarino. John David 193 Ray. Catherine Louise 221 Reardon, Arthur E. 159 Reber. Carol E. 249 Rebollar, Stella M. 221 Reckas. Nick 243 Rederich. George J. 193, 323 Redican, William K. 221 Redling, Michael K. 249. 375 Redmond. Terence A. 249 Reed. Edward 193 Reed, Ruth Davis 159 Regan. David F. 221 Regan. Donald Paul II 159 Regan. James F. 249 Regan. Matthew Makins 159 Regan. Patrick J. 193 Regan. Stephen M. 221 Reid, Anne Lucy 160 Reid. Timothy Hanley 310, 384, 385 Reid. William E.. Jr. 383 Reiley. Thomas C. 249 Reiss, Catherine Ann 160 Renard, Ronald L. 249 Rende, Michael L. 160, 193 Rene, Cathy 279 Renn, Linda Ann 193. 266. 283 Rettagliata. Thomas A. 193, 268. 315 Reuter. Roger Ralph 160, 283. 288 Reyes. Jose R.. Jr. 249 Reynolds. David J. 221. 325 Reynolds, Thomas III 193, 384.385 Ribeiro. Antonio A. 221 Ribeiro, Gary D. 193 Ricci. Donna Lee 221 Rice. James Andrew 221 Rich. Janice Ann 221 Richards. Clara Bean 160 Richards. Jane Aileen 221. 279 292 Ridder. Daniel H. 249.300. 301 Riemann. Dennis R. 160.266 Riffle. Charles M. 194.295. 308 Rinehart. Charles R. 160. 267.289 Ringseis. John R. 160 Riofski. Neil Howard 194, 338 Riordan. John M. 221 Riordan. Malcolm F. 249 Riordan. Susan E. 281 Riordan. William 221 Ripple. Peggy A. 249 Ritchie. John P. Jr. 161 Ritter. Mark Alfred 221 Rivas. Maria Julia 221 Rivas. William Albert 221 Rizzo. Severin V. 194.281, 290.304.306 Roarke, Claudia M. 249 Roat. Frederick C. 221 Robards. Sandra Marie 194, 277 Roberts. James P. 194.271. 325 Roberts. Katherine M. 194. 268.327 Roberts. Stephen M. 194 Roberts. William J. 221.381 Robertson. Steven 249 Robie. Robert C. 249 Robillard. Helen M. 249.311 Rnbinett, David F. 221 Robinson. Alexandra V. 161 Robinson, David L. 194 Robinson. Jerrold A. 249 Robinson. Julia M. 221 Robinson. Steven S. 249,304 Roboostoff. C. V. 343,344 Roccucci, Roberta M. 222 Rocha. William J. 222 Rock, Srm. Xavier 161 Rogers. Thomas 323 Rodin. Marie A. 161 Rodondi. Charles R. 250 Rodrigues, Alfred B. 194. 273,278.317 Rodrigues. Dan 279 Rodriguez. Felis Ann 194 Rodriguez. Robert R. 250 Rodriguez, Ruby B. 250.355 Rodriques, Ronald E. 222, 270 Roediger, Karen 250 Rogenes. Karen Ann 278, 279,280 Rogers. Thomas C. 222 Rogers. William T. 194 Rohan. Robert C. 250 Rojas. Ricardo H. 194,280 Romero. Cynthia C. 222 Romitti, Geraldine M. 161 Romo, Michael James 161, 263,282,285 Ronan, Nancy I. 250 Rooney, Catherine J. 250, 278 Rose. Catherine Ann 194 Rosenblad, Charles A. 250. 279 Ross. Charles A. Jr. 194 Ross. James 312 Rossi. Carol Ann 222.292 Rossi. John 222 Rossi, Robert 161,357 Rossitto. Joseph J. 194 Rota, Leslie D. 250 Rotheram. Mary J. 250 Rothschild. L. W. Jr. 194 Roudabush. Lester A. 161 Rowan. Gary Peter 222 Rowland. Robert V. 222 Royak. Elli R. 250 Royce. Gary 194.319,343 Ruano. Benjamin E. 194.280 Rucker. James Joseph 222 Ruef. Timothy F. 222.268. 271,303 Rucgg. Geraldine L. 161 Ruegg. Michael A. 222 Ruellan. Bette Jo 161 Rufino, Antonio 222.276.290 Ruggeri. Piero 222 Ruh. Yvonne Marie 222 Rummage. Pamela N. 222. 292 Ruo. Joseph G. 222 Rush. Sr. Kathleen 222 Russell. John Joseph 194 Russell. I-awrence M. 162 Russell. Mary K. 194.321. 327 Russell. Thomas R. 222,323 Russo. Donald 222.282 Ryan. Kathleen Mane 194. 880 Ryan, Kathleen Marie 222. 268.270.277 Ryan. Margaret A. 194.268. 270.308.309.311 Ryan. Mary M. 250 Ryan. Mary Anne 250 Ryan. Patricia A. 250 Ryan. Suzanne M.222 Rychel, David Ernest 162, 386,387 Ryken, Gregory Joseph 257 Saalfeld, Robert J. 250 Saccone, Noella Marie 162, 267,277,321 Sagouspe, Charlotte M. 250 St. John. Sr. M. 280 Sallaberry, George J. 289 Sallaberry, Yvette M. 250 Sambuccti. Edward J. 222 Sanchez, Marc Ernest 222 Sanborn, Thomas 194Sanders, William M. 162,317 Sandholdt, William J. 250 San-Martin, Carlos 355 Sant, John Paul 194 Santana, Barbara A. 194.300, 321,332 Santana, Maryanne E. 102 Santiago. Delia Boac 222 Santori, John Steven 194 Santos, Ronald T. 250.375 Sanz-Tonnelier, Jose 194 Saraceno, Rachelle M. 222 Sarita, Arlene 162,280 Sarlatte, Nancy A. 162,278 Sarnowski. Donald A. 289 Sasaki, Toshiko 222 Sateia, Gilbert C. 162,283, 300 Saude, Fernanda A. 194 Saul, Betsy E. 250 Saur, Kathleen M. 250 Savio, Ednaima 194 Saxton. Lawrence N. 250 Scaccia. Yolanda L. 250 Scalese, Andrew 250 Scalise, Judy A. 222 Scanlon. Gail T. 250 Scanlon. Michael J. Jr. 250 Scanned. Daniel M. 250 Scarborough. Ann I„ 251 Schachern, Mark G. 251 Schad. Gerald L. 251 Schaefer. Donald L. 162 Schaer. Frederick D. 222.365 Schaefer, Gerald 168 Schalich. Barbara Ann 222 Schallert. Timothy J. 223 Schandelmier, Melonie 223 Scharlach. David A. 195.288, 289.317 Schary. William I ee 223,276. 284,293 Schiff. Jeanne F. 223 Schiff. Lucille F. 251 Schilf. Albert W. 195.301 Schindler. Atm Marie 195 Schleicher. John P. 163 Schley. Stella C. 223 Schmidt. Melanie L. 163 Schmidt. William J. 223.357 Schmitz. Kathy A. 251 Schmitz. Kurt G. Jr. 163 Schmitz. Mary A. 251.313 Schnavel. Hayuta 223 Schneider. Barbara G. 251 Schneider. Donald E. 195 Schneider. Mary K. 223 Schoettler. Robert P. 195, 325 Scholl. Richard M. 163.269. 283.318.381.388.389 Schrader. John S. 223 Schrader. Marian R. 251.292 Schubach. Stephen H. 251 Schulz, Fred 357 Schultz. Robert B. Ill 163 Schwarz. Richard R. 163.195 Scolari. Paulette D. 251 Scotian. Priscilla A. 163.273 Scott, Edmund Mead 223 Scott. Robert David 195 Scott, Victor I.. 251 Scotti. Christine F. 251 Scully. Judith L. 251 Scurich, Michael L. 223 Sealise. Judy 270 Searle, Errol Lynn 195 Sccrest. Stephanie M. 223 S» crest, Toni Ann 163,268, 2t59.270.291 See. Darby Anne 223.277 Secronen, John R. 195 Secthnff. Patrick M. 223 Seffens, Luwrence N. 268 Scffens, Mary G. 251. 317 Seghetti, Giovanna M. 223 Segurson. Robert B. 163.324 Scibcl, Ronald M. 223 Seidl, Mary Ix uise 195,311 Seiler, Robert A. 251 Seleg-uc. Patricia A. 195 Sell. James L. 195.293 Sepeda. James Richard 223, 296 Serrao, Carolyn Hart 195 Sexton. Karen Frances 195 Sexton. Margaret K. 251 Sexton. Patricia Ann 195 Seyman, Richard 223 Shade. Sandra Rae 164.269. 278 Shaffer, John David 223 Shah. Nalin M. 195 Shahbazian. Faramarz 195 Shanahan. Mary T. 195,281 Shaner, Susan E. 251.279 Sharigian, Kenneth 195 Shaw. Gladys M. 164.279.280 409Shea, Patrick C. 261.266 Shea. Sr. M. 223.251 Shea. Timothy P. 195 Shears. Richard L. 251 Sheehan. Jo Anne 251 Sheehy. Daniel Paul 164.266. 268 Shccrin. Stephen P. 195.313. 323 Shelton. Sue E. 251 Sheppard. Kathleen M. 251 Shields. Doris 223 Shields. Gregory D. 195 Shields. I aura Ellen 164 Shigio, Randall K. 251 Shihady, Christine M. 223 Shimmon. Robert S. 195 Shin. Pearl S. 251 Shindler. Robert L. 251 Shine. William B. 195 Shodahl. Susan A. 251.278 Shovein. John R. Jr. 223 Showers. David W. 223.293 Shrieve. Eileen J. 195 Shumway, Noel Jerald 223 Shypertt. Pete 300 Sieland. Clare i ouise 223 Siepler. John King 223.284. 293 Sills. Catherine L. 195 Sills, Sara Ann 224 Silva. Denise M. 251 Silva. Gerald 224 Silva. Henry A. 251 Silva. Joan Ann 164 Silva. Leslie H. 164 Silveira. Ronald A. 224,315 Simeteys, Paul C. 251 Simionato. Dianne M. 224. 277 Simmons. Nancy C. 195 Simon, Steven C. 224 Simonetti. Kathleen A. 252 Simonian, Gary Kay 164,319 Simonini. David M. 224 Simpson, Frances T. 252 Simpson. Mary 195 Sims, Thomas Kirk 224,271, 309 Simutis, John I). 252 Sinoncelli. Beatrice 252 Siri, Lawrence A. 196 Siria, Darrell 196 Sirsi, Mary M. 196 Sitter. Paul J. 196.288 Skewcs, Anne 196 Slajer, Caroline Jita 224 Slattery. Robert M. 224,282 Slaughter, Jean S. 252.283 Sleeper. Dianne 224 Smetana. Julia Anne 224 Smith. Adelaide K. 196 Smith. Annette M. 196 Smith. Barbara E. 224 Smith. Charles J. 224 Smith, David Alen 196,357, 361 Smith. David Eugene 224,334 Smith. David Vincent 164 Smith. Dean Walter 196.315 Smith. James E. 196.323 Smith. James Lester 224 Smith. Johanna M. 196.335 Smith. Mary Elizabeth 224, 311 Smith. Maureen A. 252 Smith. Michael E. 196 Smith, Michael T. 224 Smith. Neale Daine 196,271. 323 Smith. Norman 196.320 Smith. Paul J. J. 196 Smith. Ruthann C. 164,196 Smith. Yvonne Evelyn 224. 300 Suavely. Frances 224 Snead. Thomas D. 252 Snyder, Donald B. 165,324. 366.868 Subject. Judith K. 196 Soden, Thomas Jeffery 196 Sokol. Gregory 252 Solon. Robert John 224,268, 325 Somers, Bruce W. 252 Sommer, Katherine A. 224 Soo, Brenda '1'. 252 Soon, Dan 275 Soule, Cecelia 279 Souza. Vicki 312 Spadaro, Gasper J. 224 Spanfelner, Margaret 224 Sparks, Linda C. 252,280 Sparks. Peter L. 224.357.358 Spodick, Margaret A. 252 Spence, Harry H. 196 Spencer. Charlotte A. 252 Sperling, Stephanie M. 252 Spidoll, Sarah Alice 165 Spinelli. William F. 224 Spohn. Mary Eleanor 165,308 Spotswood. Richard D. 196, 293.301 Spratt. Robert B. 196 Spriggs. Sally A. 252 St. Onge. Sue A. 252 Stagnaro, Joanne 270 Stagnaro. Raymond 196 Stanberry. Glenn A. Jr. 196 Stanford. Catherine A. 224 Stangl, Anita T. 165 Stanich. Miles V. 165.322 Stanley. Edward G. 224 Starke. Carl T. 196.291.325 Starkovich, Kenneth A. 224 Steer, Grant David 196,271 Steiner, James J. 252 Steinert, Linda Lou 224 Steinkamp, Virginia R. 252 Stelmak, Joseph Jr. 252 Stenger. Geraldine E. 196, 311 Stevens. Lawrence Jr. 225. 279,324 Stevens, Richard G. 196,282 Stevenson. Edward G. 165 Stewart, Sharon M. 225 Stigen. Susan A. 225 Stipanich. Michael T. 165 Stoll. Michael F. 252 Stone. Arthur R. 196 Stone, Walter J. 386 Storelli, Thomas 196 Strack. Roger Allan 165.281 Strauch. Michael J. 252 Strawn. Richard F. II 165 Strazzarino. Mary E. 196, 264 Stroben. Kathleen 197.313 Stromberg, Laurence P. 197 Stuart. John Francis 257 Stumpo. Phillip F. 225,325 Sullcn.s. Margaret C. 197 Sullivan. Barbara J. 166 Sullivan. Calvin 225 Sullivun. Eugene M. 225.286 Sullivan. Joan P. 225.277 Sullivan, Jerry 325 Sullivan. Joseph G. 197 Sullivan. Michatl P. 252 Sullivan. Michael V. 166.267. 289 Sullivan, Patricia A. 252 Sullivan. Paula D. 252 Sullivan. Philip E. 166 Summerhays. Kim D. 166. 276.324 Summers. Phillip A. 225 Sun, Francis C. 197,323 Sutton. James M. 197.316, 323 Sutton. Thomas Neil 166 Swanson. Nancy 280 Sweeney, Bridget G. 197.266 Sweeney. James 252 Sweeney. Sean M. 225,271, 279.334 Sweeney, Thomas J. 197 Sweet. Thomas E. Jr. 166 264.381.388.389 Swing. Rita M. 252 Szarvas, Karin L. 253 Tachella. Philip B. 166.267 Taforo. Francis Byrne 166 Tait, Linda Kay 225,272 Taitano. Marie A. 253 Talaga. Richard L. 253.357 Tan. Ei-Ling 197 Tan. Shirley U. 225 Tannura. Tina M.197 Tapia. Donald 197 Tarantino. Frank P. 225 Tauzer. David Richard 225 Tavares. Joan Marie 197 Taylor. Iieonard Dale 225 Taylor. Marianne L. 253 Taylor. Stephen T. 197 Tealdi. Frank D. 197.320 Teawell. William Lee 197 Tebow. John D. 253 Tecbay. Richard F. 197 Tehero, Demetrio J. 253,279 Terkelson, Robert W. 197 Terschuren, Therese M. 167 Tesch, Mary Etta 225,292 Teter. Teresa N. 253 Tevenan. James M. 197 Thadani, Ram C. 197 Thiele, Brain G. 263 Thomas. Deborah L. 226 Thomas. Richard L. 253 Thomas. Steven John 319 Thomason. Lucene Mary 167 Thompson. Elizabeth M. 225. 269.277 Thompson. Maureen 253 Thompson. Michael C. 253 Thompson, Roberta F. 225. 312 Thompson. Sheila M. 253 Thompson. Thomas W. 167 Thompson. William G. 197 Thrift. Anne C. 253 Thrift. Susan M. 253.311 Thuener. Virginia M. 253 Thuesen, Karen F. 225 Thurston. Helen L. 197.266. 327 Thygeson. Philip E. 167,267. 304.305 Till, Robert Edmund 197 Tilley, Terrence W. 197 Tissier. Lynn Frances 167. 278 Titus, Arthur R. 167 Toal, Mary Ann M. 197 Tobin. Diane E. 197.321 Todr, Frazier B. 253 Tofanelli, Norma Jean 225 Tolan, Ix;e A. 253,292 Toledo. Alejandro 343 Tom. Ronald G. S. 197 Tomsic. Lawrence A. 197.319 Tonegato. Bernice M. 253 Tonegato, Ronald J. 225.293 Tonelli, Diane R. 168 Tonelli. Linda D. 253 Tong. Ernest Wah-Choy 225. 279.313 Toothman. James E. 168Torley, Charlene F. 197 Torpey. John Joseph 197 Torres. Edward 257 Torres, Walter Juan 225 Towers. Robert M. 225 Towey. Joseph P. 253 Toy. Katharine A. 197 Tozer. John Vincent 225 Trail. James A. 253 Tratar. Barbara A. 253 Traverso, Carolyn J. 168 Traverso, George A. 168 Traverso. Michael J. 225 Travins. Dennis C. 253 Trechter, Joseph M. 225.288, 324 Tremaroli, Madalyn V. 168. 311 Trcwin, John Edward 168 Trierweiler. Michael 253 Tripodes. Maria R. 253 Troccoe, John Anthony 225 Trone. Elizabeth G. 168 Trott. John Stephen 198.313 Troute. Dennis A. 168 Troute. Joan M. 253 Trudeau. Kathleen Mae 198 Truett. Harold J. Jr. 168,289 Tsacle. Alfred G. 169.343.345 Tschann. Jeanne M. 198.266 Turck, Mark K. 253 Tursi. Michael E. 225 Ugarte, Emilio S. Jr. 253, 355 Ulicki. Barbara Ann 225 Uuabia. F. Gerald 254 Uriarte. Carlos G. 254 Uribe, Linda Marie 198.312 Urrutia. Jose Ramon 226 Ushino, Kiyo 254 Ute. Grant James 169 Vallejo. Juan 355 Valmassy. Ronald L. 198.279 Valputic. Marian E. 169,281 Van Cleve. Melissa R. 254. 292 Van De» Meulen. Ann E. 169 Van House. Nancy A. 254. 310 Van Houten, Maria L. 198. 292 Van Wyk. Loren W. 198.276 Vandervennet. John G. 198 Vangelisti. Paul 337.339 Vargas. Gordon Thomas 169 Varni. Judith Ellen 169.304. 305 Vaughn. Luz Argentina 280 Venable. Carol A. 254 Vercesi, Gerald Louis 179. 283 Vervais, Gregory John 198, 316.386 Vexler. Isabel M. 280,311 Vieira. Lawrence A. 288, Vierra, Suzanne L. 254,279 Viglione, Paula R. 254 Vignol, John Anthony 169, 317 Vignau, Helene 254,317 Vignau, John 279 Villalobos. Gilbert D. 170 Villa. Jesus 170.276 Vincent. Adam 1). II 254.279 Vine. Pauline Ellen 170,327 Vinella. Paul Victor 226 Violette, Yvonne M. 254 Vivanco. Liliana C. 254 Vodicka, Susan Elaine 226 Vogel, Kristin M. 254 Vogelay. Nancy 280 Volken. Mary C. 254 Vorsatz. Paul F. 254.265.375 Waddock. Thomas P. 170 Wade. Pat 301 Wagelc, James S. 170.333 Waggoner. Jean A. 254 Wagner, Barbara E. 254 Wagner. Geraldine S. 254 Wagner, Jane A. 254 Wagner, John R. Jr. 170 Wagner. Martin Joseph 170. 357 Wagner. Paul R. 226 Wakefield. Mary Ellen 198 Waldron. Kenneth Hugh 226. 288.291 Wales. Fredric V. 198 Wallace. Gladvs K. 226 Wallace. Maureen B. 226,280 Wallace. William A. Jr. 254 Wallace. William J. 170.316 Walsh. Donna M. 254 Walsh. Donnell B. 198 Walsh. Edward Joseph 319 Walsh. Janet Marie 226 Walsh. Kathleen Marie 171, 277 Walsh. Michael Thomas 226 Walsh. Peggy A. 254 Walsh. Peter J. 254 Walsh. Victor Anthony 198 Walton. Sr. C. Marie 171 Wang. Fidelia. 226 Wanlin. Phillip R. 257.357. 358.362 Ward. Gary Thomas 198 Ward. James B. Ill 254 Ward. Jacquette 226 Ward. Philip Stephen 171. 288 Warner, Patricia Ann 198 Warnshuis, Frederic M. 226. 315 Washburn. George J. 171 Waskowiak. Deborah A. 254 Wasmuth. Nancy 171 Waters. James John 198.315 Waters. Joseph 171 Wathen. James A. 198,267 Watkins. Aline 226 Watson. Catherine A. 198 Watson. Edward J. 198.309 Watson. Patricia C. 254 Watson. Robert W. 198,271. 289 Watson. Rylona 198 Watson. Susan Ann 198 Watters, Paul J. 198 Watts. Leslie L. 254 Watts. Richard 226 Waxstein. Lon Mark 226 Webb. Robert B. Jr. 254.357 Webber, Barbara A. 226 Weber. John Francis 171 Weber. Susan M. 198 Wehr, Martin C. 226 Weinsteinova. Helena 171 Weiss. I,awrenco 198 Weitzel. Shannon A. 254 Welte. Mary C. 257 Wentworth. Kathleen A. 256 Wermes, Cynthia A. 255 Werner. Mary Margaret 226 Werner. Maryannc 171.291. 321,327 Werner. Paul A. Jr. 198 West. Suzanne Louise 198 Whelan. Michael D. 226 Whever. Jane 279 Whitaker, Harold J. 198 White. Catherine E. 198 White. Dave C. 255 White. Mary Estelle 226.270 White. Patrick G. 198.288 White. Paul B. Jr. 199 White. Robert S. 171.199 Whiteford. Patricia A. 226, 300 Whiting, Leslie T. Ill 172 Whitlock. Brian P. 255 Whittaker, Donald J. 226 Whitworth, A. Marie 199 Wick. Patrick Kirk 226 Wiegand. Klissa M. 227,255. 281.302 Wier. John Wayne 227.325 Wighton, Deborah A. 255 Wilcock, Thomas S. 172 Wild. William J. 172.290.303 Wildauer. Barbara A. 255 Wilen. John M. 255 Wilfert. Gary S. 271 Wilkes. Deidre G. 199 Willard. Frederick N. 172, 199 Williams. Betty 272 Williams. J.Michael 227.336 Williams. Karl A. 199 Williams. Richard J. 227. 386.387 Williams. Timothy 199 Williamson. Susan R. 255 Wilmore. Arthur J. 365.366. 370.371.373 Wilson. Jay Bradbury 172, 199 Wilson. Joan Marie 199 Wilson. Margaret A. 199. •JOA OJJ Wilson. Stephen K. 227 Wilson. Wayne 338 Wind. Mary Louise 227 Winkler. Patrick J. 172 Winn. Phillip 227 Winston. Robert A. Jr. 173 Wise. Michael G. 255 Withers. Victoria M. 255 Witt. Cheryl Anne 199 Wohlleb. Judith A. 255 Wojtalewicz. Rita Kay 227, 270.312 Wold. Andrina Kathryn 227, 327 Woldrich, Carolyn T. 199 Wolfe, Frederick L. 255.300 Wong. Alex Y. 255 Wong. Lawrence P. Jr. 227. 275.292.326 Wong. Patricia K. M. 199 Wong. Peter G. 199 Wong. Peter K. 256 Woo. Howard 199 Wood. Dick 357 Wood. Don 357.360 Wood. Margaret Mary 227 Woodd. Andrew J. 255.355 Woodruff. Mark John 173 fiinjte XWoods. Prudence J. 255 Wooldridge, Carol 173 Woolley. Mildred L. 255 Wootten. Dennis John 227 Wootton, Michael John 173, 264 Worthen. Paul 227 Worthington. Laura M. 255 Wright. David M. A. 173. 282.290 Wright. Mary E. 199 Wrzesinski. Meribeth 199 Wurm, Elizabeth 255 Wyatt. Katherine G. 255 Wycheck, Jacqueline G. 173 Wyekoff. Russell L. 255 Wyman. Gregory B. 255 Yale, Maureen 304.305 Yalon. Michael Jerome 227 Yap. Patricia E. 199 Yates. Frances A. 227 Ybarrolaza. Margaret 199 Yono, Harriet 199 Yongue. Patricia Lee 173 Yoshimura, Cheryl L. 270 Young. Harry R. 199.301 Young. Kathleen Ann 173 Young. Linda J. 199 Young. Weldon Eugene 227 Yrigoyen. Jeanne F. 227 Yu. Chuiying 255 Yule. Douglas G. Jr. 199.325 Yules. Bradford W. 255 Yuponce, Virginia L. 227 Zalud. Marianne F. 227 Zanone. Anthony E. 227 Zanotti. Dorothy R. 255.292 Zbacnik. Frank R. 199.315 Zebre. Mary L. 199 Zimmer. Louis J. II 199 Zimmerman. John R. 199. 315.383 Zimmerman. Terrie B. 227 Zimmerman. Steven D. 227 Zimmerman. Thomas G. 199 Ziomek. Camille M. 255 Ziomek. Eileen G. 255 Ziska. 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