University of San Francisco - USF Don Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)
- Class of 1985
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THE UNIVERSITY OF SAN
1984-1985The University of San Francisco has, in its past, had a long standing tradition which is unknown to many these days. The Don, USF’s yearbook, was an important tradition twelve years ago at which time, for financial reasons, it ceased to exist. In 1983 a few concerned students decided to reach back and bring that tradition to life again. Thus the 1983 Don was born. After much trial and error the yearbook was produced and sold to a few interested students. The year 1984 saw the Don struggling with a staff of five dedicated students who put together a decent annual. 1985 saw the staff grow to thirty people dedicated to continuing this very important tradition. The cable car above has become a symbol for the Don this year. Just as San Francisco was not the same with the cable car's two year absence, USF was not the same with the absence of its yearbook. The newly rejuvinated cable car is the Don's symbol of fresh strength at USF. The 1985 Don staff invites you to enjoy the pages of this book. You are a part of the tradition we are continuing.F
7IN ALMA MEMORIA
THERESA MARY CREM PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY
APRIL 27, 1933 - NOVEMBER 13, 1984
The 1984-85 DON is respectfully dedicated to the memory of Professor Theresa Crem. She will always be dearly loved and admired by her students.CONTENTS:
CAMPUS LIFE P 20 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY P 48 PROGRAMS AND SERVICES P 60 RESIDENCE HALLS P 106 STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS P 124 UNDERCLASSMEN P 152 SENIORS P 182
18CAMPUS LIFEw W
Public Safety undercover
a One out five enjoy P.F.M. food.A sleeping pills still haven't worn out yet. huh?
Hoy hamburger just told me it has a family and kids I
A should think of.
A Hang on! I’m pulling as hard as I can!
A dejected man stares off after falling down, scraping his knees and bursting his only balloon.
I can .nd guys that wear baseball hats with beards and
A Why can’t they get a decent band like the Tubes?
a i m so excited about my sexy date here!NIGHT
Match your mate victims grit their teeth as their dates entertain them- selves
A Quit poking my ear!LET’S PARTY
a Reject contestants from "Let’s Make a Deal"
a I wear my sunglasses at night!a All right! Who’s been spitting their tobacco in my bottle!?
a Mondale? Who’s Mondale?!
a This guy is into serious shopping!
a It’s not nice to fool mother nature! I'm off to discover a better food service!
a Public Safety said I had to take a test to get this job. HA-HAHA
a First you take the Plutonium, then...a Is today Saturday or are we just here really early?
Couldn't I just wear my Raybans?
▲ All right! Who spiked our soda?
a Castro, here we come!!Would we rather live in Hayes? HaHaHa4
uiumiuuuH TA They said ihis job was slow. but.
a One Step closer buddy and this scoop becomes a weapon!
a What, me worry?
A The mail is out when the mail is out!
Who is a famous escaped prisoner attending USF?
What top-sider company sells shoes in threes?
What do UCLA referees drive?
What USF resident took a letter from his hall director seriously?
36Who is the only eligible basketball player at USF? Where is the Fuji Film Blimp?
Who believed that 4 out of 5 doctors recommended drinking beer before classes to help absorb information?
What famous underground band came out of hiding to give residents a special concert?
a Wc want to be Mr. and Mr. USF!42
A Argh! Who’s responsible for ihis swill?43
a Learning through osmosis4547ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTYFr. John LoSchiavo S.J. President
Fr. Robert Sunderland S.J. Athletic Director
Fr. Charles W. Dullea S.J. Chancellor
To the Yearbook Readers:
Getting out a Yearbook is a triumph in itself. My congratulations to the editors and to all who worked on the 1985 DON. And my congratulations to the Class of 1985. Your senior year has been an exceptionally good one.
May the Yearbook serve to remind you of the good friends and happy days on the Hilltop, and may it help to keep you a loyal Don for many years to come.
God bless you.
St. Ignatius Inst., Director
L. Mazamanian Communications
Robert Belklen Economics
Fr. Stackpoole English
Hugh Dawson English
John Galton St. Ignatius Inst.
Desmond Fitzerald Philosophy
Nancy Vogeley English
Pat Smith EnglishUloe Kruze History
A. Lincoln History
M. Mathes History
Prof. Kozicki Government
Fr. McDonnell Government
Dr. Brandon Government
Dr. Coulson St. Ignatius Inst.
Ralph Lane Sociology
Larry Murphy Psychology
53Bernard Martin Dean of Business
Vice President of Student Development
Fay Bowen Dean of Nursing
Dean of Liberal Arts Sciences
Ron Rettig-Zuhi Student Activities
Vice President Alumni Relations
M. Brown Milliane Lehmann
President Alumni Relations Mathematics
Michael Lehmann Economics
Associate Dean Nursing
Jane Corbett Nursing
Sheila Pacheco Nursing
Judy Barrett Nursing
Anne Watkins Nursing
Marcia Stevens Nursing
Gary McCavly Nursing
Hester Kenneth Nursing
Sr. Elene Egan NursingJohn G. Rhode Accounting
Patrick Lorton Business
Edward Muenk Fine Arts
Carl Reitermen Sociology
Fr. Francis King Theology
Fr. Alvin Swain Classics
John J. Collins Communications
George McGlyn Physical Education
Kathleen Gallagher Physical Education
Fr. Richard E. Mulchahy, S.J. Theology
Robert Cunningham Philosophy
Raymond Dennehy Philosophy
Andrew Wuznicki Philosophy
Jack Curtis Sociology
Jean Y. Audigiln Fine Arts
Edward J. Farrell Mathematics
Yaun-Li Wu Business
Lester Greene Business
57Fr. Buckley History
Paula Campbell Communication Arts
Peter Corpac Business
Stephen Huxley Business
Nicholas Imparato Business
Micheal Philips ROTC
58Marvin Sternberg Economics
Daniel Sehwab Military Science
Rutha Snowden Communication Arts
David Weiner Accounting
Thomas Williams Military Science
Bruce Winslow Expository Writing
Carol Denton Nursing
Akemi Hiraki Nursing
Mae Paulfrcy NursingPROGRAMS AND SERVICESUNIVERSITY CENTER
62The University Center, located at the heart of the campus, provides many valuable services for the USF community. The University Center building houses the dining hall snack bar, the ASUSF offices, many administration faculty offices, the campus bar coffee-house, a travel agency, a sweets shop, a game’s room, and many meeting rooms lounges. Among the services offered by the University Center are the following: Public Address Equipment Rental, Lost Found, room reservations for meetings conferences, university general information, music listening TV viewing facility piano practice room.
63WORLD ENGLISH CENTER
Nestled on the Lone Mountain hilltop is USF's World English Center. It is a busy place where students from all over the world gather to learn the English language and become familiar with American culture. Aside from imparting proficiency in English, the program helps international students interact with native Americans. WEC students visit local homes during the holidays and they visit nearby schools where they dress in their native clothes and share their customs and ways of life. With the highly qualified faculty, the diversified USF campus and the beautiful city of San Francisco, these students cannot go wrong.
rST. IGNATIUS INSTITUTE
SII students on their way to class
I love him for his mind.
Institute students gather to celebrate Lisa Desmond’s birthday.
Steve Canino and Pete Galgani arc working out the problem of reconciling reason with Revelation.
Now I am one handsome dude!
66The University of S.an Francisco's St. Ignatius Institute (SII) is an integrated. Catholic Liberal Arts curriculum designed to permit a student to complete any of the University’s undergraduate degree programs in four years. It is intended for those who desire both the solid foundation of a Catholic Liberal Arts education and the academic preparation necessary for a professional career.
The four-year integrated curriculum grounds the student in the rich tradition of Christian humanism and is based on the great books and authors of Western Civilization, with an emphasis upon the great works of Christianity, particularly of the Catholic tradition.
A unique feature of this program is the seminar lecture combination. .Each semester a seminar deals with a specific area through discussion of a wide range of books and authors. Concurrently, the same theme is systematically treated in a lecture course.
The SII provides dinner-lectures several times a semester, daily mass, an annual trip to Yosemite and many other opportunities for students in interact outside the classroom.ARMY ROTC
The military Science Pogram is designed to select, train, and motivate future officers in such a way that it develops seif confidence, along with leadership and management skills that are needed to succeed in a modern competitive world.
The program offers much more than a sense of direction or managerial and leadership skills. It gives students the opportunity to apply their knowledge and gain that professional edge valuable in most walks of life. Whether a person decides to become an active duty officer, a reserve officer or continue in his her chosen profession the challenges and experiences are well worth the lime and effort put into the program.
The program is divided into two sections, the Basic Courses and the Advance Courses. Basic courses are taken in the freshman and Sophomore years. They are available to all students and may be taken without any obligation. Basic courses leach students about the military profession, military history, the interaction between military civilian leadership and adventure skills.
After completing the Basic Courses, students may enter into a contract with the government to work toward a commission as an officer in the U.S. Army. The Advance Courses stress leadership and management theory. This is where the challenge and growing really begins. Students realize the importance of being a professional and polished leader. The leadership and management techniques learned during this two year period provide a base for future development that can be used in any profession. The choice is yours, the experience, challenge and rewards arc all part of being all that you can be.
Back Row (Left to Right): Joseph Sehee, Steven P. Ryan S.J.. Matthew Walsh. Peter G. Neeley S.J., Front Row (Left to Right): Jam Hughes. Sr. Marie Ignatius R.S.H.M.. Betsy Andrews-Kammerdiener.
Fr. Neely. Director of Campus MinistryApplegate Retreat House
The Campus Ministry Office tends to the individual and collective pastoral needs of the USF community. Grounded in the University’s rich tradition of Jesuit Catholic higher education. Campus Ministry seeks to make the Good News of Christ a vital dimension of campus life. To this end. Campus Ministry offers programs such as the blood drive, marriage preparation instruction, social justice lectures and seminars, and the Jesuit Outreach program. Campus Ministry caters to the spiritual needs of the USF community on every level. Frequent and varied liturgies, weekend retreats throughout the year, and personal spiritual direction are available to students, staff and faculty. Campus Ministry also houses a local chapter of the Baptist Student Union which promotes Christian fellowship and growth. Campus Ministry reaches out to serve the community by doing such things as visiting elderly people at Laguna Honda Hospital, giving an annual Christmas party for underprivileged children, creating food baskets at Thanksgiving, and making a trip to Mexico during intercession to spend a week with orphaned children.
SAN JOSE S.F. STATE S.M.U.
ST. LOUIS WASHING SAN DIEG J U.C.S.B. M U.C.L.A. C.S.U.H. SANTA CLAR STANFORD CAL
FULLERTON ST. MARY'S U.S.D.
WIN LOSS ,TIE .
i■HBack: Steven Negoesco. Eric Ulsser, Anders Christerson. Teo Narvested. Jeff Leopold. Arild Haugman. Fred Plageman. Helge Myringcr, Bcrnie Murphy. Thor Sven. Mark Second: Cato Anderson. Kennith Boardman, John Bustos. Edward Ruiz. Robert Magahlias. Marlin Ivarson. Thierry Blarson. Steven Torkclson, Wally. Front: Alfredo Mendoza. George Vuckic. Marco Luchctta, Mark Powell. Donald Murphy. Walter Major. Mark DeCroche. Jan Helge Schiffloe.
This years soccer Dons had a fine year. They finished undefeated in Pacific Soccer Conference play with impressive wins over CAL and Fresno State, to bring the title back to the hilltop where it belongs. The team then went on to the NCAA playoffs to upset nationally ranked U.N.L.V., only to lose a heart breaker to U.C.L.A. in the western final. This also marked the 12th straight appearance of the Dons in the NCAA playoffs. Aside from the success of the team as a whole, U.S.F. had the honor of having five players represent us on the All Pacific Soccer Conference Team, with Thieery Blanson leading the way as M.V.P. Next year the team should be back as strong as ever, as Thierry Blanson is the only graduating senior.
77VOLLEYBALL79Back Row (L-R): Head Coach Sieve Pickering. Lynn Felando. Kathy Horan. Sharon Mellon. Tracy Harrison. Kathy Schindler Jenni Boron Assistant Coach Brenda Vizssard. Front Row (L-R): Karen Smalls, Shan Conry, Patty Canfield. Tina Ghazarians. Patty Lopez Rebecca Cooper. Toni O’Donnell. ’ K
The Lady Dons, led by co-captains Kathy Horan and Kathy Schindler, started a new era with the competitive play of the 1984 season. First year head coach Steve Pickering brought forth a winning attitude with his high-intensity style of coaching, and this was definitely a change of pace for the Dons. Another change was the style of uniforms, which helped give the team a more unified look. The added flair of recruited freshman Patty Lopez accented the team and its solid foundation. With no Seniors on the squad the Lady Dons were among the youngest teams of their league (NorPac). Kathy Schindler received second team all-NorPac honors and is looking to help the Dons to an even better season next year. Although this year brought great improvement and satisfaction for the team, the Lady Dons Volleyball program is looking for even more success in ’85-'86.
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139PHILIPINO AMERICAN CLUB
140STUDENTS UNITED FOR LIFE
ALPHA SIGMA NU
141PHI CHI THETA
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
143KUSF 880 A.M.
144SOCIETY OF BLACK STUDENTS
SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS
145FALSE HONOR SOCIETY
DETERGENT RESEARCH CLUB
147ALCOHOLIC AWARENESS CLUB
HAPPY CAMPERS CLUBBMOC CLUB
SOCIETY OF THE INSANEUNDERCLASSMEN
Brenda BroadusCamille Buerry Bob Bycraft David Calabrese
Patricia Canedo Elizabeth Carthagena 'I hcy Pa ' me wilh hamburgers!
Kristine ChaisonAnastasia Cordary Cecelia DeLaCruz Romeo Domondon
Funny? I'm a serious person, man!
Even the poor can he famous.
Jocelyn MaasWkf M3
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■wrd »iih I urr tocV ttmatata SpringlhlK m,
Andrew SmithLesley Tham
Life is so. so. purple!
Amy WrightSOPHOMORESAnne Acuna Lynn Bargiacchi Paul Bonacci
Tjia Sin Yun Bong Stanley Bransgrove Maggie Brazil
Skiing is my scene!164
Marie Antoinette Garcia166
Try and terminate me!
Faith SampleMaura Schwartz
We're number one!
Camille ZiomekJUNIORSTracey Allen Christianna Anderson Sebastian Ang
Four more years of Grecian Formula! Jennifer Boron Cathy Cassidy
171172Kermit Claytor Jen Collie Howard Cossell, Jr.
Carolyn Cox Samuel Crump Geargette Cuthbert
Which way to commons? Marifel Dispo Marco Ditano
173Rachel Figueroa Elizabeth Fong Joanne Foster
174Susan Hamada Look out real world! Stephen Hopkins
I forgot to put my teeth in?Kavindra Patel
178I don't feci like I'm fifty!
Ronald Reagan, Jr
Suannc YornSENIORSToshiya Abe Felix O. Abu
Claudette M. Abad Nursing
Nora Abdullah History
Lisa R. Albright Roli Aide
Knglish Literature Gov’t Econ.
Sameh Y. Amawi Finance
Kari S. Anderson NursingGregory Ang Mass Mcdia Comm. Arts
Therese M. Alallah Physics
Pamela T. Aw-Young Computer Science
Randolph S. Anderson. Gov't Psych.
Minoush P. Azad Mass Media Comm. Arts
Emad M. Bahbahani Computer Science
Richard A. Rargetto Gen. Business
Anthony R. Bartcnetti Marketing
Cathy L. Blackstone Accounting
Robin L. Bochan Nursing
MaryBeth Bonacci Comm. Arts
Cynthia K. Brattesani Biology French
185Waye C. Brown Elizabeth A. Brunner Julia Budiharja Maribel Calsina
Marketing Nursing Comm. Arts lnt’1 Business
David J. Capurro Clovina C. Carbullido Randall W. Carson I Randall W. Carson II
Finance Marketing Accounting Accounting
Betty W.K. Cheung Accounting
Jessie Ching Computer ScienceMichelle A. Correa Marketing
Mary R. Constantino Computer Science
Darlene C.M. Chiu Marketing Acc't
Junita Ciputra Finance
Nancy C. Cullinane Matthew L. Dana
Pre-Physical Therapy Philosophy Int’l Bus.
Carolyn A. Crispi Annette B. Cruz Jeanne 0. Cua Pual A.P. Cuenco
Nursing Government Management Government
Mitzi A. DearingGreg P. Dei Rossi Management
Kiwi DcVoy Nursing
Eugene Ding Computer Science
Matt G. Dooling Finance
Rachel E. Dulay Accounting
Johanes K. Effcndv BAAS
Lisa L. Eikenberry Nursing
Bernard G. Dowd III Management
Jay M. Elliott Josephine V. Esguerra Suzanne H. Fassett Merrideth G. Filson
Mass Media Comm. Arts Computer Science Nursing Nursing
188Michael V. Freeman Finance
Monica F. Freitas Pre-Physical Therapy
Josephine V. Frias Nursing
Rene I. Gamboa History
Theresa A. Gan Business Administration
Melissa E. Gasalao Marketing
Dennis V. Gavallos Business
Kathryn Gazdik English Thiology
Eus Gee Marianne K. Geraty Frederick W. Gibb Eileen K. Gin
Nursing Business Administration Finance Biology
Brook L. Hagadom Nursing
Ardino A. Gusman Computer Science
Denise V. Guzman Nursing
Yasminc Y. Gusman Management
William T. Hager Government
Lidya M. Halim Finance
Jcong H. Han Gen. Business
Joseph Montana P.E.
Sonja D. Haugcjordc Comm. Theory
Jane F. Hcaly Sports Administration
Kathlin A. Healy Nursing
Mary F. Heilman Comm. Arts
Frankilha Henry Nursing
Margaret G. Hernandez Government
Christian Hiemeyer ManagementSanya P. Hill English Gov't
Naoki N. Horii Sociology
Niall F. Higgius Finance
Eugene Ho Business
Cecilia Jacob Marketing
Heidi C. Jaeger Pre-Med.
Carol L; Hurtado Government
Kathleen A. Ingram Nursing
Rossanna Kaliman Computer Science
Soerijadi Kaharudin Management
Hartanto Jusman Finance Int'I Bus.
Windanita Januar Psychology
191Klark K. Kent Music
Maribcl O. Kho Decision Science
Cheong M. Kim Economics
Houw K. Khoe Gen. Business
William H. Kim Accounting
Akiko Kojima Sociology
Patty Kong Nursing
Alicia Kuan Accounting
Yuechih T. Kuo Computer Science
Anddy S. Kusumapramana Finance
Valerie Kwai Ben Biology
Dera A. Kwolck BiologyCecilia W. Kwong Accounting
Anna L.P. I aforteza Computer Science
Eileen C.Y. Lai Marketing
Riehanne T. Lam Hospitality Mgt.
Ka Y. Leong Tjia U. Lie
Jessica G. Lim Accounting
Adam W. Lebowitz Biology
Grace S.Y. Lee Gen. Business
Laura Lee Biology
Hank Lin Computer Science
Jennifer Leithner NursingMary K.H. Ling Biology
Maureen Loonam Int’l Business
Ricardo M. Lowe Marketing
Michael P.S. Lui lnt'1 Business
Susan V. Magalong Nursing
Kevin T. Malloy Finance
Marilyn Marigmen-Kcnna Nursing
Michelle Marlin Mass Media
Pamela T. Marquez Computer Science
Lauretta J. Martinelli FinanceRebecca L. Mayer Biology
Barbara A. Mathews Nursing
Erin J. McGuinness Nursing
Mildred L. McEnhill Nursing
Jeffery A. Miller Marketing
Cecilia A. Minalga Accounting
Lisa M. Michaud Nursing
Christine Y. Mok Accounting
Timothy H. Mitsuoka Marketing
Carrie J. Minucciani Management
Maryanne Minalga Government
195Emil J. Montalvo Economics
Marissa L. Monroy Accounting
Sini B. Mossadck Finance
Deborah P. Morrissey Nursing
Philipp Mueller Mahadi Murshidi Arlene C. Navarro Kalsuhiro Nishimoto
Economics Computer Science , Psychology
Maureen A. O’Hara Kathleen A. Olson George T. Ozenne III Maria E. Pappas
Nursing Accounting Nursing
1%Rita M. Para tore Biology
Lisa J. Paguette Psychology
Timothy L. Philpott Accounting Decision Sc.
Charles D. Pfotzer Finance
Adriana G. Ponce Accounting
Melody M. Ragasa Biology
Anal Pilovsky Comm. Arts
Fran Pilovsky Accounting
Francisco S. Ramos Finance
John J. Ramos Computer Science
Jacqueline D. Rahardja Accounting
Alexander Railey-Cisco Biophysics PhilosophyRoscFc R. Reglos Philosophy
Sheila K. Riddle Sociology
Virginia M. Roberts Nursing
Elizabeth A. Rodgers Nursing
Roberta Rodriguez Psychology
Elizabeth A. Routon History
Jose A. Ruiz Management
Susan C. Ryan Chemistrv
Atsuko A. Saito Gen. Business
Abdul J. Sakaran Int'l Business
Olga K. Santoso Accounting
Widjaja Santoso Int'l BusinessTeresa I. Schuman Marketing
Enrico Serafim Marketing
Therese E. Shea-Pizanti Nursing
Barbara E. Shimada Nursing
Theresa A. Sullivan Nursing
Andrew Summers Music
Karjanto Sutjipto Finance
Christopher D. Swadcncr Accounting
Kenneth D. Simoncini Gen. Business
Terese M. Smith Nursing
Arturo R. Souza Marketing
Annette S. Sozzi Nursing
Christine J. Springer Nursing
Julie W. Stahl French
Kim A. Stanley Nursing
Pratidiwa G. Sudharno Finance
Cristina M. Sy Nursing
Ferry M. Tampi Finance
Jing-Tong Tan Finance
Linda H.L. Tan Marketing
Siang H. Tan Decision Science
Yoshiaki Tanji Economics
Vasscri Taraneh Government
Marina Tay Mass Media
Johannes Tcnudjaja Finance
Josephine I. Tiongson Psych. Pre-Physical Therapy
Daniel B. Tjhin Management201
Valeric L. Van Teslaar Nursing
Lan L. 'I'joc Accounting
Peter E. Torre Finance
Robert E. Van Halcn Music
Song-Fong Tjoe Computer Science
Hironori Tsuda Economics
Jun Tsuji Gen. Business
l)ol orah L. Twomey Chemistry
Benjamin Typoco Finance
Bessie Typoco Finance
Esteban O. Uy. Jr.
Henning Tornfelot Cen. BusinessTeresa M. Vaughan-Paich Nursing
Helen J. Varias Marketing
Ix ri A. Vines Accounting
Vincent P. Vcroneay Finance
James F. VVacchter Marketing
Glenda E. Walker Nursing
Mary Jo Walsh Nursing
Wan-Munirah Wan-Putch Accounting
Ratna A. Widjaja Endy Widodo Teresa J. Win Joseph M. Woelffer
Computer Science Math Finance Computer Science Marketing
202Judy A. Woo Lori A. Woodbury Susanna S. Wu Sofya Yatskar
Computer Science Nursing Nursing Nursing
Tony S. Yeh Computer Science
Alberto Ycpcz Klee. Physics Comp. Sc.
Yuliani Yuwono Finance
Hamid R. Zarringhalam Finance
Eiichi Matsumura. MA Economics
Scott Lu Computer Science. MS
Hana G. Rustom. MS Computer Science
Afsaneh Tooyserkani MBA in Marketing
203THE 1984-1985 YEARBOOK STAFF
CLASS OF 1985
GOOD LUCK AND SUCCESS
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BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1985 FROM YOUR FRIENDS AT THE CAMPUS MINISTRY CENTER
Peter G. Neeley, S.J.
Steven P. Ryan. S.J.
Sr. Marie Ignatius. RSHM Matthew Walsh Joe Sehee
Betsy Andrews - Kammerdiener Jani Hughes
Come Back and visit us often!
205Congratulations and all the best!
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Adi vrtising Graphic Design Unstration Fine Arts Interior Design Plxitograpby Faslmm IllustrationThe University of San Francisco’s
EXTENDS SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS
AN ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOME TO THE
Class of 1985
As a member of the Alumni Association, you will be provided with an Alumni card and the details to:
•secure privileges to use the library •participate in the intramural activities •use the services of the Career Planning . Placement Center
You will also receive the alumni magazine, VIEW, and are welcome to attend any of the more than 60 educational and social events sponsored annually by the Alumni Association.
THE ALUMNI OFFICE
Lone Mountain Campus Room 132 (415) 752-6560
Senior Class President: Junior Class President: Sophomore Class President: Freshman Class President:
Hamid Zarringhalam Sanya Hill Steve McCarthy
David Capurro Annie Galia Erick Pecha (F) Evan Trommer (S) John Murray
WISHES THE USF GRADUATES OF 1985 “HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS”
AND ENCOURAGES ALL USF STUDENTS TO GET INVOLVED IN STUDENT
ACTIVITIES GOOD LUCK AND CONTINUED SUCCESS TO THE FUTURE ADMINISTRATIONS
Senators at I arge: Mike Freeman (F S) James Harrison (F) Barbara Hockel (F S) Patricia Leis (F)
Tom Martin (F)
Oscar Perez (F S) Evan Trommer (S) David Wall (S)
Lisa Wong (S)
Academic Chairperson: Activities Chairperson: ISA President:
Commuter Council Chair: Residence Hall Chair: Club’s Council Chair:
Suanne Yorn Stephanie Woodhead John Han Paul Norcross Chris Ruetz Melissa Uytingco
PACE: Toni Forge
Greek Council Chairperson: Blair J. Bautista (F)
Charles Malarct (S)
Head Yell Leader: Carol Meshinsky Co-Curricular Chairperson: Chris Swadener BSC Chairperson: Chris Krzak
Exec. Assist, to the President: Samuel Exec. Assist, to the Vice-President: Patricia Leis
Director of Intramurals: Chuck White _ , . ,
Assist. Director: Robert Giron Congratulations to our 1984 champions:
Staff: Dana. Greg. Jane. Joanne. And Lin Ann Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9AM-5PM.
Phone Number: 666-6704
VANILLA THUNDER TIGHT WADS BALSA
IN YOUR FACE POI DOGS GEORGETOWN LANTERN JADES
S84 "A” League Basketball S84 “B” League Basketball S84 Grad League Basketball S F84 Residence League Basketball F83 X-Mas Tournament Basketball S84 Women’s League Basketball S84 Turket Tournament Basketball
COLLEGE OF PROFESS. STUDIES INDONESIAN CLUB DETOMASO
S84 Coed Volleyball
S84 Faculty-Staff. F84 Founder's Day Volleyball
F84 Coed Volleyball
P’84 Men's Residense Volleyball
DEREK WONG TIERRY LeGARFF
F84 "A” Level Tennis F84 "B” Level Tennis
DIAMOND CUTTERS F84 Coed Softball
LAW IN MOTION S84 Flag Football
F84 Flag Football UP THE MIDDLE TOO! S84 Women’s Flag Football
Come out and share in the excitement of Intramural Sports Recreation. We offer: aerobics, badminton, basketball, flag football. flying club, horseback riding, judo room, ping pong, sailing, softball, soccer, sports equipment roon. tennis, volleyball, weight room, whitewater rafting, and much more ...
Jennifer Wade: Photography Technician
Interests: Marriage. US-Soviet relations
Debbie Morrissey: Health Technician Person nel
Interests: Zulu Military Strategy. Dinosaurs
Jocelyn Maas: Research Analysis Specialist
Interests: Snail racing. Fungus formation
Charlie Malaret: Security Coordinator Interests: Meditation, butterfliesKatie Ingram: Vice-President for Residential Facilities, Typing Technician Interests: M M’s, high-tech machines
Michelle Martin: Executive Secretary for Internal Affairs Interests: acupuncture, pee wee golf
Interests: drums, beautiful women
Claire Garvin: Productivity Engineer Interests: men. liquor
211Laura McCullough: Executive Sales Analyst
Interests: soap operas, nuclear physics
Maureen Loonam: Coordinator for Emergency Staff Reserves. Typing Technician Interests: canine behavior, pet rocks
Jack Sullivan: Foghorn Corrcspondcnt Eur-
Interests: liquor. Irish history
Tina Sy: Chief Layout Technician Interests: rain dances, graduation
212Matt O’Neil and Julie Sullivan: Publication Production Engineers Interests: Artesian hunting, each other
Janies Harrison: Executive Chairman of the Presidential Board Interests: 49ers, milkshakes
Ralph Good: Executive Finance Chairman Interests: Religious Artifacts. First Causes
213Rene Gamboa: Executive Personnel Psychologist Interests: Peace, Love and Flowers.
Chris St. Amand: Deus Athleticus Interests: heavy metal music, granola
Chin-Ping Peh: Computer Data Analyst
Interests: American Mating habits, muzak
Robin Halaber: Time Efficiency Manager Interests: Star Trek Trivia, continuous female company
Sebastian Ang: Nocturnal Morale Therapist Interests: Japanese food, dying planets
214Beatrice Whitburn: Chief of Staff, Secretary to the Presidents, Matriarch. Gopher. Interests: Insects, Punk Rock.
Kim Christiansen: Chief Secretary for University Relations, Cropping Engineer. Interests: Nuclear disarmament, eating.
The successful production of a yearbook is not possible without the cooperation and assistance of the entire university community. Specifically, the Don staff would like to extend its deepest gratitude to the following people:
Mia (Ding Dong) Harrison: Executive Historian. Structural Maintenance Supervisor. Plumber. Interests: Mathematical Induction. Men who wear glasses.
Greg Yeakle - Staff assistant Janet Hardy - Staff assistant Mary Andrews - Staff assistant Jeannie Basil - Staff assistant Michael Olivcri - Staff assistant James Kuller - Photos Lisa Winters - Staff assistant Kathleen Wieck - Art work Kathy Horan - Photos Susan Kazmer - Photos Annette Cruz - Photos Theresa Hauser - Layout assistant Anne Moore - Layout assistant Mimi Geraty - Media Council Rep.
Bill Esquivel - Photos
Denise Guzman - Layout assistant
Barbara Hockel - Photos
Cliff Hughes and the Purchasing Dept.
Mike Brown - Invaluable Support
Bcrtillc Donohoe - Photos
Camille Bucrry - Layout assistant
Jane Healy - Photos
Debbie Baizer - Invaluable support
Pete Simon - Photos
Leila Kellow - WEC correspondent
Hamid Zarringhalam - Unwavering support
Cpt. Daniel Schwav - Photos
Mall Dana - Media Council Chairman
Rajai Al-khalidi - Photos
Fr. Peter Neeley - Photos
Loretta Magnani-Williams - Endless aid
Cpt. Peter Corpack - Photos
Michael Galica - Photos
U.C. Desk Staff - Constant support
Mary Kay - Varden's Rep.
Dick - Jostens Rep.
215222223FROM THE EDITORS’ DESK
The time, 4:30am. It is the 4th day of the 3rd month in the 1984th Year of Our Lord. We are in a small office. The office is in the center of a mid-sized university with an under-sized campus. The university is in the center of one of the world’s most beautiful yet interesting cities. OH MY GOD! WHY ARE WE HERE!?! WHO PUT US HERE !?! WHERE ARE WE GOING!?! The last deadline is due in four hours. We have 30 pages to go and six pictures to work with, unless you count the pictures we cut out of Georgetown’s 1981 yearbook. There are a handful of us here. Our minds are fried, our eyes are baggy, our stomachs are upset and our nerves are shot. Our blood boils with caffeine and sugar. I have just returned from my fourth donut run (some people still spell it ‘doughnut’). One positive point: parking was easy. The end is in sight! The Promised Land awaits us! Eureka! It is our third and LAST year with the DON. It has not been real, it has not been fun and it has not been real fun! Don't ever become a yearbook editor unless you like to flirt with pain and insanity. Lights, camera, action. Curtain time. Drum roll please. This year’s staff proudly presents to you the 1984-85 University of San Francisco DON. Love it or leave it. This book was made for USF with USF in mind. We hope it is an accurate reflection of the spirit and life of USF. Mail complaints and criticisms to: P.O. Box 13, Noplace Nebraska. Special thanks due here to Hamid Zarringhalam and the ASUSF officers for making this book possible. Money has a way of opening doors and getting things done. Well, now it’s time to say goodbye to all our family. The staff hopes you have enjoyed this year’s DON. We wish you all the best in years to come. God Bless.
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