University of Santa Clara - Redwood Yearbook (Santa Clara, CA)

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We think it has never been told quite this way before. We believe you will enjoy your Alma Mater through the seasons . . . FALL Freshmen Administration Football Business Administration Association " Santa Clara " NobiliClub International Relations Club Sanctuary Society Engineering Societies Mendel Society Day Scholars Association Galtes Society Blackstone Society WLNTER Sophomores Campus Theatre Alpha Phi Omega Delta Sigma Pi Alpha Sigma Nu Pi Delta Sigma Ski Club Glee Club The " Owl " Sodality Winter Sports Juniors SPRLNG R. O. T. C. Debating Camera Club The " Redwood " Spring Sports College of Law Graduates DEDICA TION To Father Stretch, with the warm respect that good friends have for each other, this " Redwood " is sincerely dedicated. Q -il ; ! ' .... FRESHMEN f m 0» ■ ,: ) 1 5 -• ■ ' ?• f» " k AL REID PAUL BALDACCI RON MODESTE VINCI VASCONI KEITH SLINGSBY President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sgt.-at-Arms McCAPES, RICHARD SAN LUIS OBISPO MURPHY, PATRICK SAN MATEO MURPHY, JOHN SANTA CRUZ MURKOWSKI, FRANK KETCHIKAN, ALASKA MORAN, RICHARD VAN NUYS MONTERO, OSCAR EAST PALO ALTO MODESTE, RONALD SAN FRANCISCO MODENA, DANIEL HEALDSBURG MILLER, MICHAEL PORTLAND, OREGON MIGGINS, JOHN SALINAS MESSINA, ALFRED SAN JOSE MANCA, WILLIAM SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH MARDESICH, PAUL SANTA CLARA MARAS, RUDY FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA MAIER, THOMAS POMONA MAHER, THOMAS SAN JOSE MADIGAN, JOHN CHICO MACHADO, VERNON HOLLISTER LYNCH, ROBERT LOMPOC LUTKEWITTE, SILVAN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI LUCAS, RICHARD ST. HELENA LOUBET, LOUIS POMONA LOFTUS, THOMAS ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI TINOCO, RAFAEL CARACAS, VENEZUELA LINDEMANN, HERBERT SAN FRANCISCO LEWIS, LEE LOS ALTOS LEAHY, CHARLES SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRIE, DONALD SAN JOSE KRUSE, WILLARD SAN MATEO KOTEY, FRANKLYN LODI KIELY, WILLIAM SANTA CLARA KERCKHOFF, WILLIAM COVINA KIEFER, JOHN MENLO PARK KANE, PETER SAN FRANCISCO KAELIN, ALFRED SACRAMENTO JONSEN, RICHARD SAN FRANCISCO JOHNSON, DONALD SACRAMENTO JENSEN, KENNETH SAN FRANCISCO JENNINGS, WARD BELMONT JAGELSKI, ROBERT SAN MATEO JACOBS, DELMAR STOCKTON JACKO, PAUL GLENDORA INIGUEZ, ROBERT CUENCA, ECUADOR HUTZ, JOHN HOLLISTER HOLLMER, CHARLES GRASS VALLEY HOLLAND, BARRON CAMPBELL HINOJOSA, FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES HIGH, PAUL GRIMES HEEG, GEORGE SAN FRANCISCO HEARNE, LAWRENCE KING CITY HAYES, ARTHUR ATHERTON HAWES, GERALD SAN JOSE HARDY, HUGH RIVER FOREST, ILLINOIS HAGAN, CHESTER SONORA GUTIERREZ, PHILIP VALLEJO 0 k ' , ' A ' m ' A ft fax i at i 3 II • ■La i L k g O OS ■Y o M 0 f $. f If ] n a r fl| p «1 ■ . 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CLARKE, DAVID HAYWARD COLE, CURTIS BAKERSFIELD CONN, WALTER PASADENA COUGHLIN, HUGH SAN FRANCISCO COX, JOHN WESTLEY CRANE, DENIS SAN ANSELMO DAVIS, MATTHEW CRESCENT CITY DEERE, HARLEY WOODLAND DENEEN, RICHARD SAN DIEGO DESMOND, ALLEN SAN FRANCISCO DEZZANI, DONALD PLACERVILLE DOLIN, LOUIE OAKLAND DOSTALIK, FRANK GRANTS PASS, OREGON EARLY, EDWARD PETALUMA EITNER, ADOLF PASADENA FITZPATRICK, CHARLES SANTA CLARA FLAHERTY, STEPHEN RIO VISTA FOEHN, ROBERT SAN FRANCISCO FORD, PATRICK STOCKTON FONTES, ARNOLD HOLLISTER FUNK, WILLIAM SACRAMENTO GABLE, EUGENE LINDSAY GEORGE, JAMES TACOMA, WASHINGTON GHIRINGHELLI, HARRY FAIRFAX GINELLA, JOHN SAN FRANCISCO GOODWIN, FREDERICK SAN FRANCISCO GOULD, JAMES SAN FRANCISCO GRECO, LEE GILROY GROAT, ALBERT OAKLAND TANG, EUGENE PHOENIX, ARIZONA SWEENEY, MARTIN REDWOOD CITY SULLIVAN, JOHN BERKELEY STONEY, RONALD ROBLES DEL RIO STENSBY, ALEXANDER HOLLYWOOD STEFFANI, EDWARD LOS GATOS SPRINGER, GERALD SANTA BARBARA SPECHT, DONALD SAN JOSE SPANG, OWEN GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN SOUS A, THOMAS OAKLAND SORENSEN, NELS PETALUMA SLINGSBY, KEITH SAN CARLOS SLEKAR, JOHN RIVERSIDE SOLD ATI, HENRY PETALUMA SITA, MICHAEL SAN FRANCISCO SHERWOOD, STANLEY SAN FRANCISCO SHLEMMER, RICHARD LONG BEACH SCOTT, HENRY JORDAN VALLEY, OREGON SCILACCI, ROBERT SAN JOSE SCHERRER, GEORGE PASADENA SHIELDS, DONALD OAKLAND SHEERIN, JOHN ELKO, NEVADA SHEEHAN, ROBERT BURLINGAME SHEEHAN, WALLACE SAN FRANCISCO SHAY, JOHN SAN JOSE SCHAUB, WILLIAM ALTADINA SCHALL, JEROME SAN JOSE SAVAGE, RICHARD CARPINTERIA SALAZAR, JOSEPH RIO VISTA SAHAKIAN, VAHAK SAN FRANCISCO RUGGLES, CHARLES NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. ROVER, JOHN LA MESA ROGERS, RALPH OSWEGO, OREGON ROCHE, THOMAS BUTTE, MONTANA RISSONE, RONALD RENO, NEVADA RISSO, ANDREW SAN FRANCISCO RICHARDSON, THEODORE GLENDALE REPETTO, VICTOR REDWOOD CITY REID, ALFRED PITTSBURGH, PENN. RATTO, FRANK SAN ANSELMO RANIERI, LAWRENCE BLACK EAGLE, MONTANA POLETTI, BERNARD SAN JOSE PIRO, RONALD SAN FRANCISCO PIPI, EDWARD KAILUA, OAHU, T. H. PIATT, JAMES POMONA PETERSEN, DONALD OAKLAND PERRY, JAMES OAKLAND PANETTA, JOSEPH MONTEREY OTTONE, REMO SALINAS O ' SHEA, MICHAEL SANTA CLARA O ' NEILL, JAMES SAN FRANCISCO McKENZIE, MICHAEL TILLAMOOK, OREGON McKENNA, HENRY VALLEJO McGOLDRICK, JAMES PASADENA McEACHEN, ANGUS LOS ANGELES f!) ft ( ( V s f 1 ft f a a r - f IBB % f S f I i f k (f J f t |flj O (is ft ■ ft (Ok ft O r% ft ft ft ft ft ft O ) f ft O ft fSk r ?-i i , j s - i.-.J? f : (-S _ ;t ;• f : " ! " i r;r : ' V 1 " " ' ; i ' v . ♦ :• ■ 1 . , JHl .J.: ZANGER, LOUIS ZAJEC, THOMAS YRAGUI, ROBERT YEE, RONALD YEE, DONALD WODITSCH, GARY WISWALL, WILLIAM WILSON, JACK WILSON, DONALD WILLIAMS, ROBERT WILLIAMS, JOSEPH WIDMER, THOMAS WHALING, THOMAS WELKER, ROBERT BUSCHINI, JOHN SAN JOSE HAYWARD SHOSHONE, IDAHO HONOLULU, T. H. HONOLULU, T. H. ST. CLAIR SHORES, MICH. MERCED LA MESA WATSONVILLE SAN FRANCISCO SACRAMENTO SAN JOSE LONG BEACH SAN JOSE SAN MATEO WALL, JAMES PACIFIC GROVE VON RAESFELD, ERNEST PETALUMA VON DER MEHDEN, LLOYD LOS GATOS VON DER AHE, FREDRIC LOS ANGELES VOLPATTI, ROBERT SAN FRANCISCO VOLLMER, EDWARD ST. LOUIS, MISSOL VASCONI, VINCENT SAN FRANCISCO VAN ETTEN, DAVID LONG BEACH VALDEZ, JORGE LIMA, PERU VADNAIS, NORMAN SAN LEANDRO TRENT, JAMES CUPERTINO TENNISON, EDWARD PARAMOUNT TERRY, WILLIAM FRESNO TERRANOVA, GERALD SAN JOSE 1ll""""' JXUMNIWS H REV. HERMAN J. HAUCK, S.J. Santa Clara ' s New President " Bring me your book of dreams. " The warm voice went out to youth. With affec- tion, the new Father President took the controls, and the University soared high to meet the faith placed in it. Through the super-salesmanship of sincerity, Santa Clara found itself being sold to the public. New blood flowed because there was a new heart to do the pumping — a heart big enough to include all, and humble enough to search for guidance in One. 16 REV. JOHN M. HYNES, S.J. Academic Vice-President REV. EDWARD M. STRETCH, S.J. Vice-President 17 ,,« •» tf THE A. T G ' „ A catering e Constat -r , . A king ot a ttnnds. rf t sottf ' ' 1 ' ' rVO GE DEANS 0 Coll eRe Z ' U - £ ' • " « SUf e d r MSSte e " ' aiK 19 BRO. GEORGE RICE, S.J. Manager, the Books ore 20 THE ADMINISTRA TORS MR. DAVID A RATA Registrar f S ( MR. GENE PERRY Publicity Director ' fr REV. JOHN COSGRAVE, S.J. REV. ERNEST WATSON, S.J. MR. WILLIA M LOFTUS REV. HUGH DONAVON. S.. Minister Treasurer Bursar Alumni Director MR. VIC STEFAN Alumni Secretary 21 LANGUAGE LITERATURE d l JJ Liiifc ..% n DO¥D, PATRICK F., S.J., M.A. GLAVINA, MARTIN C, A.M. German Mcdonald, gerald e., a.b. English " ' " I , O ' CONNELL, JOHN P., S J., M.A. English OLIVIERI, UMBERTO, LL.D. Italian O ' NEILL, JOHN J., S.J., A.B. Latin, Greek POCIASK, JOSEPH J., S.J., M.A. English RANNEY, DONALD J., M.A. Speech ROLLINS, JAMES H., S.J., M.A. English SHIPSEY, EDWARD, S. J., Litt.D. m Englnh TAHENY, THEODORE T., S.J., M.A. English, Latin VAN PERRE, CLEMENS D., B.A. French VARI, VICTOR B., A.B. Spanish WADE, JAMES E., Ph.D. English ALLEN, PHILLIP N., C.P.A. ANDERSON, O. ROBERT, C.P.A. BECCHETTI, JAMES M., LL.B. COLLINS, JAMES E., A.B. FLUMIANI, CARLO M., Ph.D. HADLEY, CLAUSIN D., Ph.D. MONASTA, JOSEPH F., M.B.A. fit BUSINESS 22 ENGINEERING FLYNN, EDMUND C, M.S. HERMES, RICHARD M., Ph.D. MURRAY, ROBERT I., M.S. I „ k NETTESHEIM, HENRY P., B.S. BEILHARZ, EDWIN A., Ph.D. BOURET, JULES E.,M.A. COPELAND, RAYMOND, S.J., Ph.D. DONOHOE, PATRICK A., S.J., S.T.L. JPswi J • r ROBERTS, RICHARD J., S.J., M.A. HISTOR Y OVERSMITH, ROBERT H., M.S. PEFLEY, RICHARD K., M.S. •f rf PLEHN, BRAINERD, M.S. RILEY, THOMAS M., M.S. TAPAY, HAROLD M., M.S. 2 religion er PHILOSOPHY k CORCORAN, ALBERT C, S.J., Ph.D. CROWLEY, WILFRED H., S.J., M.A. JAMES D. ANDREWS, SGT. 1ST Cl. FRANKLIN B. AUSTIN, M. SGT. EARLEY, STEPHEN B., S.J., M.A. FAGOTHEY, AUSTIN J., S.J., Ph.D. CAPTAIN EDWARD DURBIN EDWARD J. KAMALSKI, SGT. 1ST Cl. McFADDEN, EDWIN J., S.J., M.A. MARKEY, JAMES J., S.J., M.A. CAPTAIN PHILIP J. KEARNEY BERT REED, JR., M. SGT. MARTIN, JOSEPH L., S.J., M.A. MOORE, FRANCIS A., S.J., M.A. MAJOR JAMES T. ROSS LT. COLONEL PAUL T. SCOTT SCHMIDT, WALTER E., S.J., M.A. SWEETERS, JAMES A., S.J., M.A. LT. COLONEL FLOYD O. TACKLIND WALSH, HENRY L., S.J., M.A. WILHELMSEN, FREDERICK D., M.A. Bul A R.O.T.C 24 SCIENCE .A i BACIGALUPI, EUGENE M., S.J., Ph.D. - A Physics ' « BOLTON, LLOYD L., Ph.D. §l Biology % BROWN, EDWIN J., Ph.D. . .-. - Education • , CAMPBELL, DONALD R., A.B. Mathematics wBk it V i r CARTER, WILLIAM A., B.S. . . Chemistry - , J DECK, JOSEPH F., Ph.D. g ■ Chemistry i ■% FLAIM, FRANCIS R., M.A. r r Biology « HUBBARD, BERNARD R., S.J. Geology r RANSFORD, JAMES E., S.J., M.S. SCHONLAND, HERBERT E., B.S. Mathematics SPIELER, FERDINAND, S.J., M.A. Physics SWAN, LAWRENCE W., Ph.D. Biology LAW MERRYMAN, JOHN H., J.D NILAND, EDWARD J., JR., LL.B. OWENS, EDWIN J., LL.B. SNOW, BYRON J., LL.B. L . WASEL, ALBERT D., M.Ed. Mathematics ' 25 " -¥-» STUDEN1 26 We must be led and ive must I REID CERNEY Student Body What can be said of any university? Th learning, that it progresses on a river of yo Yes and more — a whole long string of trut to the university as we know it. But doesn ' t these things, of reading them in yearbooks, t torian platforms? Of course, for people ah to truth. And that is a failing of mankind. But traditions exist and the keepers of t reiterating what has been said a thousand 1 be said. Only the way, the means of saying i shell, look inside. A.S.U.S.C. — five letters which mean so to so few. But why go into that? Leave the Just watch the letters grow. Watch how big for Dick Benenato, for Frank McEnaney, for Bob McLAinough, for Ron Schenone, for others. The Associated Students of the University of Santa Clara, they breathe the sweet air of knowledge. They yearn to lead. They will lead some day. Now most must follow as the clear-headed lead the clear-eyed. Paul Baldacci, W. Haley, Joe Agnello, Livio Borra, R. Gaul, J. Benenato, Reid Cerney, R. McCullough, Frank McEnaney, Ron Schenone, Al Walsh, John Vasconcellos, Al Reid. A . ; .. ' ' .. GOVERNMENT 27 DICK BENENATO Vice-President The wheels of student government spin. Sometimes a little friction but that can be fixed with oil in the right places. Usually the hum of harmony can be heard at council meetings, usually. The wheels go around and around and minds meet and things are done. The gavel is raised and pounds silence into thinking minds. Mr. Cerney speaks soft words and loud accom- plishments. Mr. Benenato is on his feet. He speaks out for activi- ties. It is his job. Mr. Benenato is a vet and he stands firm. The pen scratches while the mind glides. Mr. Mc- Enaney sends letters, receives letters. Mr. McEnaney of the quill is invaluable. Money, nut always tne roc. or evil, is oil. The wheels go around and Mr. McCullough oils them. Ordered thought is re-born in order. Mr. Schenone thinks and keeps the peace. The engineers are in place and the throttle is thrown. Pour on the coal, keep up the steam. The intel- lectual iron horse that is Santa Clara chugs to a slow September st art. It clears the comfort of the sum- mer depot and blasts off on a straight stretch of autumn track. Lots of thinking and planning finally pays off to the gratification of the freshman. The student ad- vistory board finally seats itself, rolls up its sleeves, begins. The future calls for mingling in society. Let us, by all means, mingle. Yes, it is true, there is an- other sex after all. The gavel comes down and minds hum and a committee is begun to look into the social well-being of students. Unswerving Tom McDermott is given a flexible committee with which to work. The contrast fits and soon boy meets girl on and off campus under the pleasant atmosphere of the dance. But the giant, football, is upon the scene. His followers must be pacified. The committee of the red sweater leaps to the call. St. Joseph and St. Clare smile down as their namesakes hold hands across a city. Head rally man Ed Vranizan keeps the banners held high. So traditions are established. More dances are given in the name of pigskin, one before the U.S.F. game — a swank affair at the Hotel St. Claire. Cheers for the social committee. Old rivals are dead and new ones must be found. Tears are shed for the Little-Big game. A thousand voices yell goodbye to St. Mary ' s. Santa Clara donates a grand football trophy to the University of San Fran- cisco as cheers echo in Kezar. U.S.F. goes through an undefeated season and quits football. Tears are again shed for old rivals. But football must end as do all good things. S.C. waves so long to the season. Old S.C.U. ' s heart is in the right place. The gavel pounds. There is a three-day charity drive. And the boys, after fishing around, manage to net 700 clams. The sophs prove altruists by digging up the most. Long-neglected chores are taken on by a few spirited Santa Clarans. The Student Council gives one such to Joe Parker. A trophy case with re-vamped trophies is established with tentative headquarters in the Admin- FRANK McENANEY Secretary 28 istration Building. Even intramural comes in for its share of the glory. Broncos and colts in the same corral. Responsibilities are felt and lived up to. In numbers there is strength and S.C. does not want to stand as a lone stick. In- stead she binds herself to her sisters. The gavel pounds again. Minds whirl and flutter and finally settle on a procedure. The National Federation of Catholic College Students ap- peals for strength. Santa Clara agrees and joins. A year is brought to successful conclusion. The wheels slow down. The gears grind to second. The gavel is laid aside. New horizons appear where each will take up a gavel of gold passed to him by greatness. But fingers have been made strong and the grasp will be sure. Slowly 19 51 slips into cobwebs and 19 5 2 steps up to take her place. The future still remains as bright as ever. Only the approach must be watched for sidetracks. The boy steps to education ' s portals and passes through a man. Oh God, let him walk that way! BOB McCULLOUGH Treasurer r . " -w |; LEFT TO RIGHT: Frank Heffernan, Mickey Laxalt, Dick Wangcr Williams. Bolton, Art Schoenteldt. La Student Advisory Board The too often extant problem of college life: the student enters in trepidation, lives here in ob- scurity and apathy, then departs, for some reason blase and falsely satiated. So: a Student Advisory Board, tearing the freshmen, those embryonic who-knows-what ' s, from their egg of indiffer- ence. With a grain of salt and a small stick, a stu- dents anonymous, catalyzing the reaction of the new freshman and his new environment; activat- ing, persuading, and (of course) advising . . . per- sonal attention for a realization of potentialities. RON SCHENONE Sergeant-at-Arms 29 psf mm • , , I .,- is I W ,-4 'wzglgkg M Am - S 9551? 7 Q Q Qi 0 W Q! . ,, Eg . . 4 , -E552-'E5"3q ' fi. J U, .nw .J H. Q W. " ' -.KE--52 M .A . 1 ff'5jigf:1? - A - fwgf. wk ax ,W ..::-:f,,.. H' 5' A -' K ?21hffUYs's-ww ' ,N 'gy fnafriwvw 1' :wx-. A 1 2 . :':f:gfg5.F5 .--- v le ,I ' my . ,Q ,.,..,.. ,.,.. , , ,, T W 'V - if 'iii K aww X Y 7 ,Q Q s Y ,Q W gs, Q N 1 Aw L , A. 41, 4 x I ip% MIKE SCARRY Backfield Coach Carrying on in the finest traditions of David (of David and Goliath) , the shaggy little Bronco kicked up its heels enough during the 1951 sea- son to prove to the gridiron public that giants can still be downed. It is true that as foot- ball years go Santa Clarans found small reason in ' 51 to get up on their high horse. It takes time to build up world- shaking grid powers in small schools. With the right atti- tude and with heaping spoon- fuls of patience it can be done. In the immediate future SC must carry into battle the " small school " stigma nearly alone. Most of her equal con- temporaries have been forced off the field. As a result the Bronco faces a schedule jam- med with imposing " big names " in football, but it is for this very fact that Santa Clara will be the school to fol- low. Her tradition of getting the " big " ones has trans- formed the stigma to a badge of courage. ffy- DICK GALLAGHER Head Coach ED U Line LINSKI Coach EDDIE FORREST Assistant Coach 34 and our bodies and spirits go ' —teas mSB- MR. DENNIS HEENAN Manager of Athletics Santa Clara, developing the well-rounded man, develops the body as well as the mind. To arrange the contests of athletic skill which go on between the Broncos and other college teams is no small task. Den- nis Heenan must shoulder the burden. Always manag- ing to come up with a schedule stocked with giants, Mr. Heenan supplies the grist for the " giant-killer " mill that is Santa Clara ' s athletic machine. HENRY L. " SMITTY " SCHMIDT Added tributes to " Smitty " are always superfluous. Yet, as each year passes there is further reason for being grateful to the loyal, bouncy little man who ministers to aching footballers, What would a gridiron season be without him? Win, lose, or draw, the flash of red and white darts from the bench to the field and back again. " Smitty ' s " added touch of color will long be remembered by Santa Clara grads as one of the most vivid from the palette of the past. JACK GRAF StitJi-r.t Matiagt ' forward with our minds 35 DAVE GEOFFRION Head Yell Leader YELL LEADERS • ' ■-.. . ■ « TOM McDERMOTT and MARVIN PIEXOTO Assistant Yell Leaders ' All hail to S. C. U., Honor her prestige and fame; O hold high her standards As we go into the game. " ' Varsity, fight for Santa Clara; Banners of Red and White. . . 36 Left to right: Jim Rowe, George McGaffigan, Ed Vranizan, Stan Simich, Lou Cooper, Dave Shlemmer, Minoru Yamate, Gene Engle. RALLY COMMITTEE 37 This one has Kaplan carrying around the Bear end. ED ROTTfCCI CENTER Bear in background .is W ' iborn gets into the act here. Amid a display of campus queens and marching units, to the clatter of beating drums, and 44,000 noisy spectators, the Broncos squeezed in one hour of football with the Bears and came out on the short end of a 34-0 tussle. In the battle of the " deeps and shallows " the Broncos kept the tide from going out in the first quar- ter which found Santa Clara statistically superior. However, California thrice crossed the goal line in the second period and took the half time break with a 21-0 cushion. Having narrowly missed paydirt in the first period when quarterback Johnny Pasco overshot Del Rasmus- sen in scoring position, the Broncs came even closer in the waning moments but costly fumbles robbed the Mission men of six or more points. Meanwhile, the Golden Bears upped the count to 34-0 before the final gun. Santa Clara California 34 Total First Downs 11 18 Net Yards Rushing ... 122 288 Net Yards Passing 92 70 Total Net Yards .214 3 58 Passes Attempted 23 10 Passes Completed 10 5 Passes Had Intercepted 3 Average Distance of Punts 36.5 40.5 CALIFORNIA w.sc Encountering Washington State ' s Cougars on a wet field in Spokane, Santa Clara reluctantly succumbed to a combination of the weather, a wet ball, and a vicious Cougar running game in dropping a 34-20 ver- dict. WSC capitalized on two breaks in the early going to post a 14-0 lead at halftime. Revitalized after the rest period the Broncos came storming back to whittle the edge to 14-7 on a 47-yard pass play from Johnny Pasco to end Dick Wiborn. After John Daly ' s successful conversion the Cougars went way out in front 27-7. But Santa Clara came back with two quick scoring drives to pull up to 20-27 as scooter Jack Kaplan sprinted into the end zone from ten yards out, and Pasco quarterback-sneaked from six yards away after a WSC fumble on the Cougar 22. However, Washington State finally iced the contest with a 5 8 -yard pass play which boosted the final total to 34-20. 4 I! •A N BROWN ■A K WILLIAMS END Santa Clara WSC 20 34 Total First Downs 13 14 Net Yards Rushing ._ ._ 123 244 Net Yards Passing .167 95 Total Net Yards ... _ 290 339 Passes Attempted 28 10 Passes Completed 13 3 Passes Had Intercepted 1 V J DEL RASMUSSEN HALFBACK 1 I A and Wiborn there. Look fellahs — it ' s there next to the arrow. DUANE LOUIS QUARTERBACK UCLA. ' ». abi; DUNG HALFBACK Kaplan again. This time taking a walk through Westwood In sustaining their third loss against powerful Pa- cific Coast Conference opposition Santa Clara with- ered in the 120° heat of the Los Angeles Coliseum and bowed to UCLA ' s Bruins 44-17, chiefly on the grounds of a Bruin 19-point fourth-quarter splurge. UCLA opened the scoring with Cameron passing 29 yards to Ernie Stockert but Santa Clara went ahead at 7-6 on Johnny Pasco ' s flat pass to Gern Nagler, a 14- yard paydirt play which was the first lead of the sea- son though last of the game for the Missionites. The Bruins bounded back with Cameron producing two more touchdowns, the first on a 3 5 -yard pass play which wiped out the Bronco lead, the second when he outran the clock to score in the first half ' s final three seconds. John Daly concluded first half scoring for the Broncos by interjecting a field goal between the second and third Bruin tallies. The Bruins maintained their 8 -point lead at the end of three quarters at 25-17 despite Jack Kaplan ' s nifty 1 8 -yard scoring sprint. UCLA went on to post 19 more markers in the final period to override the Bronco ef- fort. Santa Clara UCLA 17 44 Total First Downs 13 15 Net Yards Rushing 226 247 Net Yards Passing 70 192 Total Net Yards .... 296 439 Passes Attempted 21 18 Passes Completed 8 10 Passes Had Intercepted Nagler shoving in to see what ' s Bruin. • J ■h hih ( mm - All the boys close in to give Lion passer Klosrer-phobia. Santa Clara Loyola 20 16 jgto. Total First Downs 11 13 hank burget vW-ml FULLBACK Net Yards Rushing 165 129 «T. Net Yards Passing 192 119 Total Net Yards _ 3 57 248 M V Passes Attempted 14 30 J Passes Completed 5 12 Passes Had Intercepted 1 4 In capturing their first victory of the season Santa Clara ' s Broncos got off to a fast first-half start but had j. to hang on for dear life in the final period to hold off the game and gambling Loyola Lions and emerge vic- torious at 20-16. Offensively the Broncs combined the superlative passing of Johnny Pasco and the slashing 8BPtB| slants of Hank Burget while the defensive outfit . j sparkled with four interceptions of Don Klosterman ' s passes, whose completion mark of 12 for 30 was his seasonal low. Pasco started things for Santa Clara by teaming up Kffit - " with Dick Wiborn on an 80-yard pass play (15 in the m T ■ ' ' air, 65 on the ground) which established a temporary mm ' 7-0 lead after John Daly converted. Then, after Klos- terman had deadlocked the affair with a 3 3 -yard TD pass, Pasco once more put the Broncs in front by k £ JB bp throwing to Del Rasmussen for a spectacular 9 1 -yard §we scoring strike. Shortly thereafter Klosterman, at- tempting to pass from his own goal line, was vigorously ■-jftf tackled by Gene Lynch and Jim Co ad and fumbled " " " ig .. into the end one, Co ad recovering for a 20-7 half- f JHPfl B| time lead. ., f ' TB Lto rlu LOYOLA The decathlon champ finds Bronc busting harder. §jSm FRAN HARE HALFBACK . £T -■ n ram or GUARD UAKV (,RI CORY Brimming with inspiration and bristling with the explosive running of Fullback Hank Burget, Santa Clara all but knocked Stanford off its dreamy pedestal of roses but went down in defeat in a 21-14 heart- breaker at the hands of the Indians. Stanford moved to pay dirt only two minutes and 10 seconds before the gun. Up to and until that deciding score the contest had been a saga of long marches by both teams. Stanford methodically plodded 79 yards to draw first blood, but the Broncs countered with a 54-yard scoring drive of their own. After the Indians had surged to a 14-7 lead with a 56-yard touchdown campaign, Santa Clara gave out with 80 yards of the old college try, the last nine of it being a TD by Mel Lewis which once again knotted the score. That was the story until, with 57 minutes and 50 seconds of the game history, Stanford ' s Bob Mathias ran a very ironic 18 yards to write one more chapter in the book of football heartbreakers. Santa Clara Stanford 14 21 Total First Downs 14 23 Net Yards Rushing 134 264 Net Yards Passing .. 107 101 Total Net Yards .. 241 365 Passes Attempted 18 21 Passes Completed .. 9 10 Passes Had Intercept ed 1 2 STANFORD ARKANSAS Stealing the thunder from an outfit which had scored a major upset the week previous over Texas, Santa Clara ' s robust Broncos shook Little Rock with an ex- plosive 21-12 victory over Arkansas. Unconcerned with their role as 14-point underdogs and a 20- pound per man weight disadvantage the Broncs sprang Del Rasmussen down the sidelines for 73 yards and a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage. Rasmussen tallied again by taking a 24-yard toss from Johnny Pasco and skipping five more to score. Arkansas got into the act briefly when Buddy Sutton scored on a two-yard leap over center. The 14-6 half- time standing was as close as the home team came all night. A six-yard toss from Pasco to Gern Nagler wrapped up Santa Clara scoring and the count stood at 21-6. The final tabulation of 21-12 was due to the efforts of Cole with a 67-yard punt return in the final minute. Santa Clara ' s impenetrable ground defense held Arkansas to a skimpy rushing total of 29 yards. Santa Clara Arkansas 21 12 Total First Downs 6 10 Net Yards Rushing 81 29 Net Yards Passing 99 104 Total Net Yards 180 133 Passes Attempted 16 23 Passes Completed 9 9 Passes Had Intercepted T . Average Distance of Punts 34 39.5 Dung pulls quick cover-up. ft AT MA Li J V GUARD v v •• : ¥ . ,! KN NAGLER END MEL LEWIS FULLBACK ; " ; Le Bailer, hits the gridiron. Rassmussen steals shov If M JOE McCARGER FULLBACK EUGLNL I.YNC II GUARD 9: V 4% ' ..-, ■ " ' : JACK KAPLAN HALFBACK USE In a valiant but vain attempt to tumble USF ' s high- riding Dons Santa Clara held on vigorously for three quarters but fell before a barrage of Ollie Matson touchdowns and accepted the short end of a 26-7 score. USF led 7-0 at half time on the strength of Matson ' s two-yard leap over center. But that lead lasted only midway into the third quarter when Johnny Pasco flipped a pass to Dick Wiborn, the latter running 64 yards down the sidelines for the Broncos ' only score of the day. With little more than a minute remaining in the third period the Dons ' George Carley intercepted another screen pass and ran eight yards for the tally that put USF in front to stay at 13-7. Matson subse- quently added two touchdowns. Santa Clara USF 7 26 Total First Downs 9 15 Net Yards Rushing.-. 37 321 Net Yards Passing ..234 61 Total Net Yards .271 3 82 Passes Attempted 3 5 14 Passes Completed 19 6 Passes Had Intercepted 2 2 U.S.F. fracas at Kezs m J ' s - _ 4 ' - ■ Mtt M a " Hill ' ' M lat ' T- ' C J fc ■ ft- A f . ■ 1 »3iL 1 P ' T 2 ¥ Gil gives Spartan tl In an even but unexciting clash between two cross- town rivals, Santa Clara handed San Jose State a golden opportunity and the Spartans took advantage of it to pull a 7-7 tie out of the fire. The opportunity granted San Jose was in the form of a blocked Bronco punt which the Spartans recovered on the Santa Clara 15, eventually scoring from the 1 2 on a fourth down pass. Making smashing tackles, 225 yards of total offense, a couple of field goal attempts but only seven points, the Broncs had to settle for a deadlock with a fiery band of Spartans who determinedly kept the Mission men from chalking up their third victory. But until the tying conversion sailed through the uprights it looked as though Santa Clara, boasting a slight statis- tical edge and sporting a bruising defensive line, would get the nod. But that was not to be and Johnny Pasco ' s 10-yard touchdown flip to Dick Wiborn that culmi- nated a 6 5 -yard second quarter drive resulted not as the means of victory but as the salvation of a tie. Santa Clara San Jose 7 7 Total First Downs 14 11 Net Yards Rushing.... .165 114 Net Yards Passing 60 32 Total Net Yards ... .. 225 146 Passes Attempted 16 20 Passes Completed 6 9 Passes Had Intercepted SAN JOSE BILLY GILL HALFBACK McPHERSOX END % 1 D CONN 1 U kl J ' Kaplan goes over the Hill-Topj CHUCK FRI N( II CENTER Finishing 1951 football in fine style Santa Clara rolled to a four-touchdown halftime lead over Mar- quette ' s Hilltoppers and coasted thereafter to an im- pressive 27-14 victory. Unleashing more offensive power than had been seen all season the Broncos notched their point total of 27 in the first half as John Pasco hit receivers Gern Nagler, Dick Wiborn, and Del Rasmussen for touchdowns, with Jack Kaplan running 10 yards around end for the fourth. These combined with defensive play sparked by Jim Cozad, put Mar- quette out of contention by the intermission. The Hill- toppers escaped a goose-egg only when fleet Norm Rohter racked up two second-half touchdowns. For the Broncs, Rasmussen and Pasco combined to steal the show. Pasco completed 14 of 22 for 190 yards and three touchdowns, while Rasmussen carried nine times for 112 yards plus 97 yards on pass receptions for a 209 yard total. Santa Clara Marquette 27 14 Total First Downs 12 16 Net Yards Rushing __ 224 110 Net Yards Passing 190 208 Total Net Yards 414 318 Passes Attempted 24 28 Passes Completed 15 20 Passes Had Intercepted 3 Average Distance of Punts 33.0 40.8 MARQUETTE GENE 1 ' ISENTI JOHN DALY Tackle Halfback EDO BIASATTI Guard BOB DRAKLICH Halfback GEORGE MONTGOMERY End FRAN BENGSTON Tackle DON VAUGHN Guard KEN LINDEGREN Center JACK McMAHON Halfback LOU LANG Gwarrf BOB GLEESON Tackle -. ' . •.% ANDY CROWLEY ' S BLUE DEVILS Left to right: Ed Derry, Ken Nardinelli, George Tilson, Jim Coles, Bill Hend- erson, Andy Crowley, Dick Nellis. INTRAMUR CHAMPIONS MARCEL FIORE ' S SIX MACHINE Left to right: Ned Rocha, Millard Fore, Eddie Chavez, Stan Sii Franceschini, Peter Murphy, Mickey Laxalt. Climaxing an intramural football pro- gram that has been described as the best in the University ' s history, Santa Clara ' s all- stars overpowered the undefeated and untied intramural champions from San Jose State, 32 to 6, at Ryan Field early in December. Santa Clara ' s intramural " All-Stars " were composed of members of Andy Crowley ' s 19 51 champion " Blue Devils, " and runner- up Marcel Fiore ' s " Six Machine. " This " All- Star " aggregation gave proof positive of the high calibre of Santa Clara ' s intramural foot- ball program. The program got under way in early Octo- ber with Fiore ' s " Six Machine, " Crowley ' s " Blue Devils " and Jack Reynolds ' " Rockets " being the pre-season favorites. As the season progressed, the race proved to be closer than anticipated. The " Rockets, " winners of the " B " division crown, found stiff opposition in 48 JOE AGNELLO ' S ALCOHOLICS Standing: Andy Honzel, Gil Kraemer, Paul Kane, Jerry Lynch. Middle Row: Joe Agnello and Pat Rogers. Seated: Tom McNamara and Gary Kilkenny. JACK BONNEL ' S SENIOR JETS Standing: Ron Schenone, John Dustin, Ed Kirk. Middle Row: Lou Cooper, Jack Bonnel. Seated: Gene Gianotti, Gene Engle, Reid Cerney. AL FOOTBALL their encounters with Traynham ' s " Ter- rors, " Clarence Cravalho ' s " Crusaders " and " Fearless " John Foley ' s team. Fiore ' s " Six Machine " reached their " C " division crown only after defeating the stub- born opposition of BonnePs " Senior Jets, " Murphy ' s " Marauders, " and Joe Agnello ' s " Alcoholics. " Crowley ' s " Blue Devils " took the " A " division crown and the 19 51 championship title after beating down Bill Allen ' s " Aces, " Troyan ' s " Terrible Ten, " and Dick Caruso ' s " Castoffs. " At the season ' s end the mighty " Blue Devils " trounced the " B " and " C " di- vision titleholders in the playoff series. Ed Kirk, " Senior Jet " backfield ace, took individual scoring honors for the season; Jet Kirk scored seven touchdowns, two conver- sions, and one safety for a season total of 46 points. 49 Foreign st I 1 BUSINESS ADMINISTRA TION ASSOCIA TION Business Administration Association: to promote a practical un- derstanding of the business world as it really is . . . speakers — from Fr. Hubbard (on Alaska) to Dr. J. Leroy Thompson (on Wall Street), audio- visual education, often in technicolor and, for a little spice, a dance, a bar-b-que and a Senior Banquet . . . practical phe- nomena contrasted with the world of theory that concerns the stu- dent. BILL HALEY President of the B.A.A. 52 FIRST ROW, left to right: Dostalik, Rogers, Honzel, Sweeny, Sieve, Repetto, Bordelon, Davis, Shlemmer, Cox. SECOND ROW: Bovello, Wanger, McDermott, Troyan, Morales, Giannotti, Haley, Williamson, Schlim, Fahey, Marelia, Cavallini. THIRD ROW: Leahy, O ' Brien, Von dcr Mehden, McNamara, Gallagher, Chenu, Lewis, Borello, Monr oe, Borra, Murphy, Elias, Driscoll, Young, Carlson, Von der Ahe, Kiefer, Easton, Mr. Monasta. FOURTH ROW: Gable, Lanz, Wal- lace, Fay, DiGleria, Sterle, Seneker, Wilkinson, Schmitz, Seybold, Constantino, Hartman, Owens, Walsh, Horton, Henderson. FIFTH ROW: Peterson, McGuire, Welsh, Muxlowe, Aguilar, Simich, Chavez, Power, Weseloh, LeMoss, McCullough, Sullivan. We enjoy life to the fullest . 53 INTERNA TIONAL RELATIONS CLUB FIRST ROW, left to right: Ward Sweeney, Ray Easton, Victor Elias, Frank Heffcrnan, Carlo Flumiani, George Gallagher, Edmund Power, Gene Engle. SECOND ROW: Harold Alphonse, Bill Weseloh, Vern Chase, Jim Lagomarsino, Al Capurro, Kevin Coyle, Charles Sacconaghi, Larry Toney, Leo Balistreri, Tony Sortino. THIRD ROW: Bob Cotrell, Bill Marinovich, Bob Blake, Bill Murphy, Ed O ' Brien, Harvey Nyland, Milton Bavlina, Jack Horst- mann, Al Martin, Ron Schenone. ■ ■■■.- : IRST ROW, left to right: Dick Smythe, Vic Albertazzi, Bill Brady, Tony Ferrari, Lou Cooper, Gene Engle, John Horstmann. SECOND ROW: Jim Trowbridge, Jim Lagomarsino, Bill Murphy, George Gallagher, Ed O ' Brien, Don Weaver, Jake Reynolds, Bill Wiswall. NOBILI CLUB 54 CHARLES SACCONAGHI Secretary SANCTUAR Y SOCIETY FIRST ROW, left to right: Father Taheny, S.J., Paul Bernadicou, Norm Slaughr, Jim Flanagan, Andre Mardahl, Marty McHenry, Bob Gaul, Bob Bolton, James Fitzpatrick, Louis DeGia- como. SECOND ROW: Mike O ' Sullivan, Larry Cloney, George Binckley, Tom Higgins, Bill Wilkinson, Fred Benson, William Halev. Don Birmingham. THIRD ROW: Al Walsh, Bob Knebel, Donlan Jones, Dick Cassimus, John Sullivan, Ben Francis, Jack Sauer, Jim Cowan, Tom McDermott, Charles Sacconaghi. 55 CHARLES W. POLZER, JR. Editor-in-Chief THE BEN FRANCIS Managing Editor ALFRED WALSH News Editor RICHARD FAHEY Circulation Manager 56 FIRST ROW, left to right: Dick Smyth, Al Reid, Dick Shlemmcr, Dave Shlem- mer, Bill Fay, Tom McGuire. SECOND ROW: Mike Fitzgerald, Al Walsh, Bill Brunkow, Charlie Polzer, Ben Francis, Dick Fahey. THIRD ROW: Roy But- ler, Bill DiGleria, Bill Allen, Bill Ken- nedy, Wes Ruggles, Tom Fennone, Ralph Rogers, Bob Lynch, Phil Gilligan, Bob Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Paul Bal- dacci, Don Weaver, Gene Doyle, Denny Sullivan, Richard Deneen, Jack Madi- gan, Hugh Coughlin, Tom Flynn. " SANTA CLARA " . . . as the presses roar DOUG LOWELL Advertising Manager MIKE FITZGERALD Feature Editor BILL BRUNKOW and JOHN VASCONCELLOS Sports Editor and Assistant 57 THE EN 58 FIRST ROW, left to right: Kern, Brierle, Sahakian, Van Etten, Cassayre, Gaul, Clinch, Fitzpatrick, Lewis, Sebastian, Fawl, Inouye, Locke, Torres, O ' Keefe, Alvarez. SECOND ROW: Machado, Bertagna, Neary, Wuesthoff, Schneider, Schatz, Knebel, Schultz, Marks, Hubrig, Quilici, Petrucci, Johnstone, Wagner, Maineri, Fricke, O ' Brien, Pakele. THIRD ROW: Rustum, Jones, Lopez, Farrell, Wood, Braun, Kuehler, Benson, Jones, O ' Sullivan, Nolte, Giacomazzi, Franklin, Bane, Siegfried, Williams. FOURTH ROW: Quinn, Fulton, Campi, Taylor, Anderson, Birmingham, Blanke, Chase, Binckley, Hall, Reynolds, Butler, Rotondo, Gregory. FIFTH ROW: Boyd, O ' Hare, Perry, Volpatti, Williams, Widmer, Fotinos, O ' Boyle, Quinn, Shlem- mer, Cassimus, Cowan, Crosby, Kump, Connell. SIXTH ROW: Putkey, McNamara, Sauer, Henschke, Sebastian, Bartell, Cloney, Heeg, Rocca, Flynn, Duffy, Fee, Scannell, Piercy, Hutz, Edden. GINEERS BILL GAUL President of the Engineering Society 59 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS FIRST ROW, left to right: W. Binckley, Denis Kiely, Henry Nettisheim, Frank Brierly, J. Fitzpatrick, R. Cassimus. SECOND ROW: Ray Blanke, Al Chase, R. Fawl, Charlie Kump, C. Boyd, Ed Wuesthoff. THIRD ROW: W. Scannell, Ferd Hall, D. Schultz, Mike O ' Sullivan. FOURTH ROW: Tom Riley, D. Birmingham, Dan Connell, Jack Flynn, Frank Edden, Al Quinn. ,0 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Plehn, Joe Reynolds, M. Franklin, W. Bane, J. Alvarez, Jim Putkey, J. Torres, Neil O ' Keefe. SECOND ROW: John Smalley, Vern Machado, R. Knebel, G. Siegfried, Neal O ' Boyle, C. Pakele. THIRD ROW: C. Farrell, R. Rotondo, Tom Fee, L. Butler, Al Bertagna, W. O ' Brien. FOURTH ROW: M. Eck- stein, George Heeg, George Fotinos, C. Bartell, Ron Hansen, John Giacomazzi, Larry Williams. FIFTH ROW: Earl Castner. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Van Etten, Mike Sebastian, Walt Hubrig, E. Fricke, W. Clinch, A. Sauer, M. Marks, S. Rustum, M. Inouye. SECOND ROW: Paul Cas- sayre, P. Lewis, G. Schatz, J. Shlemmer, Leo Nolte, Adolph Quilici, Leo Petrucci, Gar Schneider. THIRD ROW: V. Sahakian, R. Campi, R. 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Jon AT PIANO: Al Capurro, FIRST ROW, left to right: Mike Fitzgerald, Phil Gilligan, Earl Curran, Dick Smythe, Jerry Denarclo, Tom Higgins, Ralph Rogers, Richard O'Day, Tom Flynn, Basil Allaire. SECOND ROW: Mike Miller, John Anderson, Dan Connell, Jim Lindquist, Wes Ruggles, Henry Scott, William Schaub, Eugene Gable, Louis Loubet, Charles Polzer, Kelly Ogle. SKI t i -x. v ;w- FIRST ROW, • to right: Ray Welch, Bill Wilkinson, Phil Horton, Gene Anderson, Dick Smyth, Chuck Leahy, Bill Wiswall. SECOND ROW: Phil Bianco, Al Reid, Dick Wanger, Hugh Coughlin, Cliff Mc- Namara, Ed Allen, John Miggins, Dale Kotey. PHIL HORTON V reside lit we fill the air with flying snow 76 GLEE Of PPP p 0fi AT PIANO: Al Capurro. FIRST ROW, o right: Mike Fitzgerald, Phil Gilligan, Earl Curran, Dick Smythe, Jerry Denardo, Tom Higgins, Ralph Rogers, Richard O ' Day, Tom Flynn, Basil Allaire. SECOND ROW: Mike Miller, John Anderson, Dan Connell, Jim Lindquist, Wes Ruggles, Henry Scott, William Schaub, Eugene Gable, Louis Loubet, Charles Polzer, Kelly Ogle. and lusty song a A service fraternity, so twenty-five of the most altruistic students . . . cleaning out school museums, prepar- ing new displays. A new art gallery . . . call in Alpha Phi Omega: store new art works, identify and tag the old. For a variety show, construct the sets. At the Western Education Conference, ushers. All for self-satisfaction and a little national affiliation. FIRST ROW, left to right: Al Walsh, Buford Toney, Leo Balistreri, Jim Cowan, Ben Francis, Julius Kahn, Basil Alaire, W. Kenned y. SECOND ROW: Jerry Doyle, Tom Black, John Anderson, Charles Polzer, Ed Comny, Al Capurro, Lowell Gordon, Bob Cotrell, Paul Bernadicou, Ralph Zanette, Jerry Denardo, Art Schoenfeldt. A$n 78 We join together Ain FIRST ROW, left to right: Pierino Borello, Pat Rogers, Phil Horton, Pete Marelia, Ron Troyan, John Walsh, Dewey LeMoss. SECOND ROW: Tom McNamara, Ken Fay, Frank Aguilar, Stan Seneker, Bob Monroe, Frank Morales, Pat Murphy, Bill Wilkinson, Bill DiGleria, George Gallagher, Gene Giannotti. THIRD ROW: Andy Honzel, Bob Muxlow, Walter Hartman, Dick Wanger, Charles Schlim, Don Seybold, Harold Schmidt, Rick Owens, Bill Haley, Dave Sterle, Dick Fahey, Dr. Hadley. Business fraternity. For Sophomores and higher with a 1 .2 5 grade point aver- age, moral and academic qualifications and fifty dollars . . . educational: field trips, movies, prominent guest speakers on business at fraternity dinners . . . service: Sales Management Workshop, the Strong Vocational Interest Test . . . social: a barn dance, a pledge party, a Rose of Delta Sig Dance, a barbeque, a picnic. in a pattern for living 79 National honorary fraternity, the cream of the crop: three students from each College, the two having the high- est averages, one chosen by the presi- dent of the University. No meetings, no dues, no outings; members just sit down in their place in the sun. So, to reward the brilliant student, the Jesuit equivalent of Phi Betta Kappa, with key. LEFT TO RIGHT: Leo Bailey, Mervyn Thompson, Robert Eramc, James Fitzpatrick, Schultz, Charles Polzer, Jerry Doyle. Clinch, Donald AIN and we are bound so IIAI n A t I FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Siegfried, J. Fitzpatrick, M. Marks, M. Inouye. SECOND ROW: William Duffy, Gar Schneider, Donald Schultz. THIRD ROW: Watt Clinch, George Schatz, Don Jones, Joseph Rey- nolds. An engineering honor society, pro- moting while rewarding scholarship and exemplary character. To those main- taining a rank in Scholarship in the up- per fifth of his class while pursuing an engineering curriculum: granted all the honors, insignia and privileges be- longing to the fraternity. For a five hundred word initiation essay: prestige, a certificate of membership, a badge, a copy of the Constitution and By-laws. ,f in brotherhood. S! CAMP Leo, "The Hook," Bailey in the Indian skit. 'lHold her, Luke!" The solid South gives out with some scintillating sambas. Pip! Pip! It's Lou Cooper's English Minstrel Show with "Mater's Little Infant." We find oumelzfes [R CAMP US Leo, " The Hook, " Bailey in the Indian skit. " Hold her, Luke The solid South gives out with some scintillating sambas. 34 We find ourselves THEATER Mr. Ranney eyeing the situation. pening of " America " with everybody in the spotlight 85 Some of the men band together for a session. " AMERICA " ' Give It Back to the Indians! " No matter how you still ham. ' Three minutes to go to curtain time, " says Mr. Ranney. Mrs. Aronovici checks an eyebrow. The show-stopping Bamboo Dance done with style and grace. " Watch the feet! " 86 Repel to sound ' , off on the chimes .-., - f; S f ' J M»raf The opening calls for hats off to Santa Clara ' s " Ar I 1 . The stage crew under Sandy Kahn sets the 1 The Aronovicis checking sorrn The finale. All ' s well that ends well. ■■B 87 MICHAEL MONOHAN My dear fellow, I beg you, lend me a revolver. " " A Tragedian in Spite of Himself. " By Chekov. RICHARD MONDON " Cynics are created by those of us who speak of de ocratic ideals and then do not act upon what we have said. " " Moral Strength. " " This is radio station KSCU the Voice of the University of Santa Clara " KSCU STAFF FIRST ROW, left to right: Jim Flanagan, Bob Johnson, Joe Kern, Charlie Kump, John Piercy, Art Schoen- feldt. SECOND ROW: Don Jones, George Fotinos, Jack Kuehler, Hugh Coughlin, Ray Blanke, Bill Binckley, Dave Braun, Bill Weseloh, Bill DiGleria. THIRD ROW: George Martin, Jack Shay, Tom Fennone, Hugh Isola, Joe Williams. 39 A small-voiced group, magnified by the blaring truth of their commission. Less known in its activities than in its prin- ciples; personal sanctification, the sanctification of others, and devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Devotionally: the link between the student and his relations with God, intercession- ally through the Blessed Virgin — the Marian and Eucharistic committees, handling May and October devotions to Mary, handling First Friday Adoration. Functionally: the link be- tween the University and the town of Santa Clara — the Apostolic committee handling charitable work: contributions to the Community Chest, aiding the needy families of the vicinity, a Christmas party for children. Educationally unique, teaching catechism to the children of the public schools; unique because no other university sodality does this, experimental because others will adopt this method of teaching if it is successful here. FIRST ROW, left to right: Tom Higgins, Norm Slaught, Bill Wilkinson, Andre Mardahl, Don Birmingham, Dave Shlemmer, Tom McDermott, Bill Haley. SECOND ROW: Charles French, Jack McMahon, Marty McHenry, Larry Cloney, Bill Binckley, Fred Benson, Anton Janda, Bill Cecchetti. THIRD ROW: Frank Zamora, Mike O ' Sullivan, Pat Williams, Dick Cassimus, Jack Sauer, Ben Francis, Stan Seneker, Phil Horton. FOURTH ROW: Charles Sacconaghi, Jim Flanagan, Jim Cowan, Donlan Jones, Jim Fitzpatrick, Leo Lane, Al Walsh. SODALITY oo THE " OWL » LEFT TO RIGHT: Arthur Schoenfeldt, Robert Bolton, Anders Mardahl, John Vasconcellds, Leo Nol A solo voice, crying for artistic literature; sometimes get- ting it, and then. . . . An outlet for creative frustrations trans- lated into prose and poetry, becoming this year the voice of music on the campus, the commentator on the Social Sciences, the defender of Social Justice. . . . All under one cover and sold at the small price of the sweat of this year ' s guest editors. An innovation in itself: those guest editors. And the magazine? Read primarily by its writers alone. But that — the price of ars gratiaartis. Its purpose, not for the benefit of the reader, but for the writer — that experience that can only be gained here. With a new cover design, a new principle: one issue on each of several diversified fields, written by the cream of di- versified students. Magazine extraordinary: short stories, es- says, poetry. Editorials solving all problems from the depths of philosophy to the heights of fine arts. 1 W' y at aff 525223217 5' W L Q W4 1 33 A 7 K W .1 W 3? '35 sf 0,5 If 'f w ,,.. ,,..:,,,.- 1 -s ii I 5 X , ifxwf QSM 553 if fm ri A .:. .. A " 1 Z : ww. 'HWMQ 'iff . WW . in n o I R COACH BOB FEERICK B A SKB TB A L L Santa Clam, NCAA VVefte1f1fLoClJvlmPiom Amazing! The first Word brought to mind by the ex- ploits of Bronco basketballers. But perhaps not the right word when one looks at the facts. The facts for '52 Were: No. 1, A teamg and No. 2, A coach. In the case of the latter, boy Wonder Bob Feerick, the only element staggering the imagination was time. How could a new young coach Whip a bunch of untried freshmen and sophomores into cham- pionship material in only two years? How indeed except with tremendous know-how. And Feerick had it in abun- dance. That and a team of youngsters and grand old seniors who have made this a year of years on the hardcourts. The bot blood of competition rises wztlozn STANDING, left to right: Coach Bob Feerick, Sears, Butier, Schoenstein, Garibaldi, Brock, Young, Fr. Dono- van. KNEELING: Benedetti, Panelli, Soares, Peters. LEFT TO RIGHT: Young, Brock, Soares, Benedetti, Simoni, Butier, Garibaldi, Gatzert, Sears, Schoenstein COACH BOB FEERICK BASKETBALL Santa Clara, NCAA Western Champions Amazing! The first word brought to mind by the ex- ploits of Bronco basketballers. But perhaps not the right word when one looks at the facts. The facts for ' 52 were: No. 1, A team; and No. 2, A coach. In the case of the latter, boy wonder Bob Feerick, the only element staggering the imagination was time. How could a new young coach whip a bunch of untried freshmen and sophomores into cham- pionship material in only two years? How indeed except with tremendous know-how. And Feerick had it in abun- dance. That and a team of youngsters and grand old seniors who have made this a year of years on the hardcourts. The hot blood of competition rises within 96 STANDING, left to right: Coach Bob Feerick, Sears, Butier, Schoenstein, Garibaldi, Brock, Young, Fr. Dono- van. KNEELING: Benedetti, Paneili, Soares, Peters. THE TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: Young, Brock, Soares, Benedetti, Simoni, Butier, Garibaldi, Gatzert, Sears, Schoenstein. US 9 7 PCC OPPONENTS SCORES Santa Clara 51 California 69 Santa Clara 66 U.C.L.A. 59 Santa Clara 57 Southern Cal 59 Santa Clara 64 Stanford 70 UCLA. A toss up .is Schoenstein and Stanford ' s Ramstead hold hand STANFORD SOUTHERN CAL INDEPENDENTS SCORES Santa Clara 62 Santa Clara 63 Santa Clara 76 Santa Clara 5 3 Santa Clara 69 Santa Clara 75 Santa Clara 54 Sacramento State ____ 50 Fresno State 50 Y. M. I _ 59 St. Mary ' s 54 Fresno State 63 College of Pacific .... 51 Loyola : 61 Santa Clara 65 Santa Clara 38 Santa Clara 67 Santa Clara 61 Santa Clara , 59 Santa Clara 66 Santa Clara 51 St. Mary ' s 51 U. S. F. _. .. 44 S. F. State „ .. 51 College of Pacific .... 49 U. S. F 58 San Jose State 5 5 U. S. F 50 SAN JOSE STATE USE INTERSECTIONALS SCORES Santa Clara.... 59 Brigham Young 64 Santa Clara. Santa Clara.... 61 Brigham Young 66 Santa Clara. Santa Clara 59 Denver University 65 Santa Clara. Santa Clara 56 Hickam Field 63 71 72 57 Utah State 62 University of Hawaii. 52 Universal Motors 59 The Palms of Paradise HAWAII Soares and Brock in position for leapfrog. Sears illustrates Law of Gravity as Universal Motors sputter. 103 N.C.A.A. National Championship TOURNAMENT Seattle, Washington Santa Clara 65 Kansas 74 Santa Clara 64 Illinois 67 What wasn ' t written on the scoreboard — it read 67 for Illinois, 64 for Santa Clara — as the Consola- tion final of the NCAA became history, was a saga of the uphill drive of a team from relative obsurity to a place in basketball ' s sun. Beaten by eventual NCAA champion Kansas in their bigtime debut, the Broncs bounced back only to see their dreams fade in the 40th minute against powerful Illinois. The fourth-place trophy is theirs, however, and marks startling Santa Clara as one of the court ' s elite. lm Yours Qu: top of mmicrn ariisz army mf Arms .mai .egg N MQ ww MW an-111ua mv mB m FIRST ROW, left to right: Bill Terry, Ron Hansen, Fred Benson, Ed Conmy. SECOND ROW Jack Regan, Don Jones, Dick Vance, Frank HefFernan (coach). WATER POLO Complementing the swimming team as full- fledged aquatic performers was Frank Heffer- nan ' s water polo aggregation which splashed to many surprises in the Seifert pool. Outstanding on the senior-studded group were three experi- enced members: Ron Hansen, Ernie Fricke and Chuck Bartel. 108 FIRST ROW, left to right: Dick Jonsen, Bill Terry, Ron Hansen, Lou Cooper, Murray Ackerman, Bob Muxlow. SECOND ROW: Fred Benson, Stan Seneker, Jack Regan, Don Jones, Dick Wood, Jerry Campion, Frank Heffernan (coach). The 19 52 version of a Santa Clara tank team proved a well-balanced outfit and improved with each meet under the tutelage of student coach Frank Heffernan. Individual stand- outs on a team that met the best of Bay Area competition were Lou Cooper (diving), Ron Hansen (backstroke) , Fred Benson (sprints) and Murray Ackerman (breast- stroke) . SWIMMING 109 RIFLE TEAM FIRST ROW, left to right: Mike McKenzie, Gary Menzemer, Joseph Williams, Bob Winsor. SECOND ROW: Sgt. J. Andrews, Luke Lanz, Bill Campbell, Tom Bertken, Capt. E. Durbin. FIRST ROW, left to right: Gerald Bordelon, Don Ornellas, Robert Ratliff. SECOND ROW: Donald Giampaoli, Charles Luchessa, Paul Baldacci, William Wilkinson. WRESTLING 110 SOCCER A Little U.N. FIRST ROW, left to right: Carrol (Mexico), Romero (Peru), Kiely (U.S.A.), Tinoco (Venezuela), Maineri (U.S.A.), Scholz (U.S.A.), Quinn (U.S.A.). SECOND ROW: Alvarez-Calderon (Peru), Birmingham (U.S.A.), Vlasich (Mexico), Valdez (Peru), Romero (Peru), Iniguez (Ecuador), Schanbacher (U.S.A.), Sullivan (U.S.A.), Elias (Iraq). THIRD ROW: Alvarez (Panama), Hill (El Salvador), Aboitz (Philippines), Buschini (U.S.A.), Sully (U.S.A.), Scholz (U.S.A.) , Cacho (Philippines). Soccer — called football everywhere else in the world because it is played with the feet. But the head comes into the game too. In the case of the Broncos the head saw action inside and out. Sharp headwork combined with footwork to boost Santa Clara to a third place on the Pacific Coast, while one member of the team made first string " All Coast " and two oth- ers landed on the second team. Ill u 9 ; - J no JIS ' f ' T ittln JUNIORS C f f C t s JOHN McMAHON President JOE AGNELLO Vice-President LEON ROESER Secretary JOHN McNAMARA Treasurer GENE LYNCH Sgt. at Arms and we are tempered in the forge of experience 114 ABOITIZ, ERNEST CEBU CITY, P.I. AGNELLO, JOSEPH MONACA, PENNSYLVANIA AGUILAR, WILLIAM PALO ALTO ALBERTAZZI, VICTOR NAPA ALPHONSE, HAROLD SAN CARLOS ARMSTRONG, ALAN LARKSPUR ARON, JOHN MADERA AU, ROBERT HONOLULU, T.H. BALISTRERI, LEO SAN JOSE BANDUCCI, DOMINIC EUREKA BANISTER, RONALD SAN JOSE BARBER, JAMES PORTERVILLE BERGER, JOHN SAN ANSELMO BERTAGNA, ALBERT SAN MATEO BETTENCOURT, PHILIP SUNNYVALE BIASATTI, EDO DALLAS, TEXAS BLAKE, ROBERT SANTA CLARA BOTTERO, FRANK MONTEREY BORELLO, PIERINO MOUNTAIN VIEW BOULGER, MARTIN LOS ANGELES BRADY, WILLIAM PORTLAND, OREGON BUNCE, BERNARD EUREKA BURTON, GEORGE NAPA BUTLER, LEROY LOS ANGELES CAPURRO, ADOLPH SAN FRANCISCO CAPUTO, RICHARD SAN JOSE CASSIMUS, RICHARD OAKLAND CAVALLINI, FRANK LOS GATOS CEBRIAN, ALBERT SANTA CLARA CECCHETTI, WILLIAM SANTA CLARA CHRISTENSEN, NORMAN LIGNITE, NORTH DAKOTA CODY, ROBERT SAN JOSE COLE, STANLEY MENLO PARK COLES, JAMES SAN CARLOS CONMY, EDWARD SAN LEANDRO CONNELL, DANIEL SAN FRANCISCO CONSTANTINO, THOMAS SAN JOSE COSTANZA, DAVID SAN JOSE COTRELL, ROBERT MANTECA COTTA, RICHARD VISALIA COUGHLIN, MARTIN SAN BERNARDINO CRONIN, JOHN LOS ANGELES CROSBY, THOMAS PARADISE CAMP CUNNINGHAM, BASIL REDONDO BEACH DALY, JOHN HOLLYWOOD DAVIS, SANFORD PALO ALTO DERRY, EDWARD ATHERTON DIGIACOMO, LOUIS NAPA DRISCOLL, JAMES REDWOOD CITY DUFFY, WILLIAM REDWOOD CITY EDDEN, FRANCIS ROCKVILLE CENTER, N.Y. FAHEY, RICHARD GLENDALE FERRARI, ANTHONY STOCKTON FERRIS, FRANK FORTUNA FLYNN, JOHN FERNDALE C t f?S f | |4 ' P . ' •- I;. ft o I o o ■4 ft. a o A ' ■_, ft- ft fit j £ w f ' " I .1 ... £■• . ,,-ri , :MMfh ft ft ft ft ft ft ft f 5 :j ft ft ft ft. ft : ft O f i 7 r a o in f) rsii c c$ o i r jf • i tfe x it! A !p D £5 ff " .: i1|n 7. , 1 -s . FLYNN.JOHN SACRAMENTO FOSSELMAN, PETER SPRECKLES FRANCIS, BEN AVENAL FREDIANI, VICTOR SACRAMENTO FRIETAS, ROBERT HONOLULU, T.H. GAIRAUD, LOUIS SAN JOSE GALANTINE, RAYMOND SANTA CLARA GALLAGFIER, CHARLES FOLSOM GLEESON, ROBERT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS GORDON, LOWELL LOS ALTOS GOULARTE, DANIEL NEWARK GREGORY, MARVIN LAWNDALE GUGLIELMETTI, RICHARD SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO HALL, FERDINAND GLENDALE HAMMOND, JOHN SAN MARINO HEISEL, RICHARD SAN CARLOS HEMKER, THOMAS SANDUSKY, OHIO HENDERSON, WILLIAM SACRAMENTO HERBER, JOHN PORT BLAKELY, WASHINGTON HIGGINS, ROBERT PASADENA HILL, ROBERTO SAN FRANCISCO HONZEL, ANDREW KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON HORSTMANN, JOHN SAN FRANCISCO HURLEY, DEAN BAKERSFIELD IGOE, JOHN BROOKLYN, NEW YORK JANDA, ANTON CARMEL JOYCE, THOMAS MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA KAHN, JULIUS SAN MATEO KAPLAN, JACK VENICE KELLY, WILLIAM TACOMA, WASHINGTON KILKENNY, JOHN DIXON KONG, VIVIAN MAUI, HAWAII KRAEMER, GILBERT PLACENTIA KUMP, CHARLES SAN MATEO KYBURZ, SAMUEL PLACER VILLE LAGOMARSINO, FRANK TULARE LAGOMARSINO, JAMES SACRAMENTO LARKIN, DONALD MENLO PARK LARKIN, M. MICHAEL WILTON LEE, DONALD SAN FRANCISCO LEONHARDT, CHARLES SAN FRANCISCO LINDEGREN, JACK FRESNO LINDQUIST, JAMES CASTRO VALLEY LONGWELL, DOUGLAS PALO ALTO LOUIS, DUANE ALAMEDA LOVE, JAMES MILLBRAE LUCAS, LOUIS SAN JOSE LUZZI, ROBERT HEALDSBURG LYNCH, EUGENE SAN FRANCISCO LYNCH, WALTER TACOMA, WASHINGTON McCARGAR, JOSEPH LOS ANGELES McCLELLEN, JOHN SAN BRUNO McENANEY, FRANCIS REDDING McEVOY, RICHARD PETALUMA McMAHON, JOHN BUTTE, MONTANA McNALLY, DANIEL McNAMARA, JOHN McSHERRY, JOSEPH MALLEY, GEORGE MARCH, GERALD TACOMA, WASHINGTON " MERCED FRESNO SAN FRANCISCO FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA ' MARDAHL, ANDERS MARINOVICH, WILLIAM MARONICK, WILLIAM MARTIN, JOHN MASTERS, RICHARD WEED WATSONVILLE GREAT FALLS, MONTANA MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA SAN CARLOS MAUS, FRANK MAYLE, RAYMOND MEECHAN, FRANCIS MERRICK, JAY MIRCH, KENNETH PETALUMA SANTA CLARA PAYETTE, IDAHO TACOMA, WSHINGTON SAN FRANCISCO MOBERG, RONALD MONDON, RICHARD MONROE, ROBERT MONTANDON, WILLIAM MORALES, FRANK SAN FRANCISCO PALO ALTO GLENDORA SAN JOSE ENSENADA, B.C., MEXICO MURPHY, PAUL MURPHY, WILLIAM NAGLER, P GERN NARDINELLI, KENNETH NELLIS, RICHARD ATHERTON SAN MATEO MARYSVILLE WOODLAND GERMANTOWN, TENNESSEE NOCK, RICHARD NOLTE, LEO O ' BRIEN, EDWARD O ' KEEFFE, DAVID O ' NEIL, RAYMOND CAMBRIA LOS ANGELES SAN MATEO SAN JOSE STOCKTON O ' SULLIVAN, MICHAEL OKAMOTO, ROBERT ORNELAS, RICHARD OWENS, OWEN PANELLI, EDWARD LOS ANGELES SAN JOSE LOS ANGELES PIEDMONT SANTA CLARA PASSALACQUA, EMIL PAVLINA, MILTON PAYNE, WILLIAM PERRY, JAMES PFEIFFER, ROBERT HEALDSBURG MT. 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PATRICK ROTONDO, ROCCA BURBANK SAN FRANCISCO BUELLTON SEATTLE, WASHINGTON SAN JOSE RUDEE, ELLIOTT SALAVERIA, RAUL SAUER, ANDREW SCHALL, JACK SCHMITZ, HAROLD SAN FRANCISCO RIO VISTA OAKLAND SAN JOSE MODESTO 1 . ■S| HP . nBfe, ft ft .-ft. ft a ft 3 . yrf % ft ft L ft 9 k MM I - ) f?) ft ft ' if ift " ft ft PI Cs Ik ft. ft ft ft J-Jl 9 5 V ' Y. ft t ft ft ft :S X ft ' M: n n £ ' - • 4?L ■2 ' ft u S r ft 4| •r :■ ' f ■ TV 4 I- .J i As ,w «, f5 ft rtj C! ft !■ J -v t . mitt. m w ' ' SCHOTT, EDGAR SANTA CLARA SEBASTIAN, CHARLES SAN JOSE SENEKER, STANLEY BRISTOL, TENNESSEE SEYBOLD, DONALD OROVILLE SHLEMMER, JAMES LONG BEACH SIEVE, FRANCIS PACIFIC GROVE SORTINO, ANTHONY SAN TOSE STERLE, DAVID WOODLAND HILLS STEVENS, CHARLES MENLO PARK TILSON, GEORGE LONG BEACH TINLING, THEODORE SAN FRANCISCO TONEY, BUFORD SAN JOSE TRAINA, ANGELO SAN JOSE TROUT, RICHARD PORTLAND, OREGON VERTIN, MATHIAS SANTA CLARA VIRGA, MICHAEL SACRAMENTO WALSH, WALTER SAN RAFAEL WAUGH, THOMAS VISALIA WEAVER, DONALD SAN MATEO WEBBER, LESLIE CRESCENT CITY WIEAND, WILLIAM SAN DIEGO WILLIAMS, ROBERT SUSANVILLE WONG, WILSON WAILUKU, MAUI, T.H. WOOD, ELMER VISALIA UNSWORTH, ROBERT SAN FRANCISCO ZANNETTE, RALPH PALO ALTO YOUNG, JOSEPH SALINAS 1 ct em Ml s ' -, m m m V H • • R.O.T.C Senior Division Unit of the Reserve Officer ' s Training Corps, Artillery Branch, Santa Clara, California. For one hour of parade and inspection each June, two semesters of marching in the hot sun or cold lack of it, two classes each week of military tactics. But, for more than a parade each June: to produce junior officers who have the qualities and attributes essen- tial to their development as officers in the Army of the United States. So: A four semester lower division course for Freshmen and Sophomores: military organization, first aid, leader- ship, aerial photographs and maps, weapons individual and heavy, marks- manship, marching every Wednesday in Government supplied uniforms: for three units. A four semester advanced course (optional) for Juniors and Seniors: psychology of leadership, personnel management, one six week summer camp (Artillery school at Fort Sill, Oklahoma) as practical experience: for five units, twenty-seven dollars a month and a commission as second lieutenant (46 of them this year) , U.S. Army Re- serve. A drill field and armory, well staffed by instructors who have chosen the army as their career, under Colonel Shea, just completing his first year at Santa Clara. Time marches on OUR CO. COLONEL PATRICK F. SHEA, FA An Artillery Batallion in five com- panies: Able, Baker, Charlie, Head- quarters and Service, with student cadets who rise through the ranks on a system of merits and demerits: the parts of non-commissioned officers played by lower division students, com- missioned officers by advanced stu- dents. With a draft postponement, the op- portunity to reciprocate the services of the Government. HIS STAFF FIRST ROW, left to right: Colonel Shea, Lt. Col. Tacklind, Lt. Col. Scott, Major Ross, Captain Kear- ney, Captain Durbin. SECOND ROW: Sergeants An- drews, Reed, Serway, Kamalski, Schwartz, Austin. •. , - . . with a military stride 125 R.O.T.C SENIOR OFFICERS, FIRST BN. FIRST ROW, left to right: Charles Peterson, John Kwasigroch, John Anderson, John O ' Brien, John Metheney. SECOND ROW: Ben Brown, Don Bordenave, Bob Silveira, Stan Simich, Ed Chavez, Gordon O ' Berst, Lou Lang. THIRD ROW: Robert McCul- lough, Larry Williams, Ed Heafey, Denis Kiely, Frank Locke, Charles Bartell, Ed Power. SENIOR OFFICERS, SECOND BN A X ig k V V i FIRST ROW, o r g jr: Henry Burget, Giles Doyle, Donald Funk, Mark Butier, John Pasco, Livio Borra. SECOND ROW: Marcel Fiore, Fletcher Sullivan, Henry Von der Mehden, Norman Slaught, William Johnstone, Robert Rankin, Millard Fore, Ernest Fricke. THIRD ROW: William Bane, Ralph Stapleton, Gene Engle, John Walsh, Bob Henderson, Peter Marelia, Ed Rotticci. 126 THE DRUM BUGLE CORPS iziziziz 127 128 SUMMER CAMP FORT SILL OKLAHOMA T Kiowa y ■ J ?mMmi , - a nt • ••• Y .- --% |j jv ' M ' SXJ FIRST PLATOON FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Cotrell, J. Horstmann, M. Pollard, B. Toney, J. Smalley, J. Driscoll, L. Balistreri. SECOND ROW: J. Ramona, E. O ' Brien, K. Lindegren, D. Goularte, D. McEvoy, J. Perry, D. Nock, E. Passalaqua. THIRD ROW: W. Aguilar, D. Seybold, D. Lewis, E. Biasatti, A. Capurro, L. Roesser, P. Malley. : v Q ? K SECOND PLATOON FIRST ROW, left to right: G. Gable, J. Kilkenny, A. Bertagna, P. Murphy, R. Mayle, E. Derry, B. Au. SECOND ROW: J. Agnello, G. Nagler, P. Kane, L. Lucas, R. Mon- don, J. McClellan, R. Gleeson, M. Boulger. THIRD ROW: J. Kahn, W. Brady, W. Campbell, L. Butler, R. Cassimus, F. Bottero, W. Kelly. 130 FIRST ROW, left to right: Robert Freitas, Tony Sortino, Joe McCargar, Bob Okamoto, Lou Gairaud, Jim Rocca, Bob Ratliff. SECOND ROW: Ben Francis, Dan Hegarty, Bob Jordan, Jim Cowan, Tony Janda, Dave Shlemmer, Leo Nolte, Al Cebrian, Rick Owens. THIRD ROW: Don Larkin, Ed Comny, Frank Edden, Bob Monroe, Jack Flynn, Al Quinn, Marv Gregory, Gene Lynch. -4 j fc 3 • £ J2 i . . - a THIRD PLATOON FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Seneker, W. Maronick, R. Luzzi, M. Lewis,. R. Fahey W. Wong. SECOND ROW: F. Jordan, H. Schmitz, B. Cunningham, A. Honzel, G. Kraemer, J. Hammond, J. Coles, P. Meechan. THIRD ROW: R. Rankin, D. Ferris, J. Sieve, K. O ' Keefe, K. Nardinelli, M. Virga. M W 7 7 131 DEB A TING THE SENATE LEFT TO RIGHT: Peter Fossleman, Joe Young, Dave Sterle, Frank McEnaney, Stan Seneker, Jim Perry. THE HOUSE LEFT TO RIGHT: Jim Bowe, Pat Cannon, Paul Baldacci, Andre Pierovich, Dick Smyth, William Hennessy, Richard Deneen, Dick Mora Robert Lynch. 132 CAMERA CLUB O 0 FIRST ROW, left to right: Ernest Aboitiz, Peter Fosselman, Louis Gai- raud. SECOND ROW: Bill Fay, Hugh Coughlin, Bill Hartung, Bert Groat, Douglas Longwell, Bob Pfeiffer. s LOUIS GAIRAUD President of the Camera Ch 133 LEO P. BAILEY, JR. Editor-in-Chief THE REDWOOD 1952 MIKE MONAHAN Literary Editor MICHAEL O ' SULLIVAN Business Manager 134 STANDING, left to right: Mike Monahan Mike O ' Sullivan, Charlie Sacconahgi, Joe Berg SEATED: Tom Waugh, Ferd Hall, Leo Bailey Minoru Yamate, Don Jones. JOE BERG Assistant Editor JOHN MARTIN Sports Editor JOHN PETRONI Photography Editor 35 : c . ' w A 5 •- »■ ? SPRING S 138 POR TS TENNIS BASEBALL GOLF BOXING SANTA CLARAS TENNIS TEAM LEFT TO RIGHT: Emil Frates, Bob Au, Jim Coles, Henry Shea, Pat Ford, Norman Slaught, John Cox, Coach Dink Clark. 139 140 141 9 .. f :i ' The baseball Broncos of 1952, though mesmer- ized as usual by the cold, stony eye of the print- ing press (which customarily rolls out the Red- ivood with the season young and the record un- impressive) are spitefully hanging on to a rank- ing position in CIBA society. In past seasons the roar of the Redwood presses has ironically sig- nalled the rise of Santa Clara stock, with the Broncs climbing to a high perch on the baseball ladder at a time too late to record their noble ef- forts in print. Al Bertagna rounds third at prompting of spread-eagle Mike Virga. BASEBALL Coach Bill Prentice, founder of a new baseball dynasty. 142 That Ipana smile as seven Broncs throw bats in ring V Cluvc cuts like pmverbi. To inaugurate the current season, however, something new has been added — a spanking 9- game winning streak, which speaks auspiciously of things to come. Though the scourge of ink and V, Close play at first as Suhr makes the grab. ' - ' : . ' . J. X M ■A II Penseroso — or merely serious Gus Suhr? paper and some bad luck afield have combined to somewhat mar that fine initiation, things should be looking up again by June, when with hits and runs galore, the home team is giving t he lie to the printed page. 143 Suhr stepping into bucket and ball. €S 4 . Tight-lipped PcteZa Marcel Fiorc re.ii!v leaning into one. aoks before game time. .... Mike Virgin fla ' It went that-a-wav " indicates pointing Fior Don Seybold burns one over. £ 4 r Ken Nardinelli as he looks the moment after. Undecided John McCleSlcn Ji w nli .ill ims ,i|ik cuuipiiKiii ; . :.:■■■ ..■ " ■ " ' •■ ' A study in the stationary; LEFT TO RIGHT: Cole, Lucas, Ch All that goes up must come down, " says patient Mil Fore IP k-rtatma skims imaginary hurdle in flight to first ■■ ■ pr- ' m 1 Egg or aspirin tablet? -proud owner is Don Seybold. % Bertagna again, thi 5 time swinging. GOLF LEFT TO RIGHT: Joe Parker, Bill Henderson, Bob Henderson, John McCarthy, " Mickey " Laxalt. BLOCK " SC " A ' ... FIRST ROW, left to right: Bob McCullough, Marcel Fiore, Hank Burger, Jack Kaplan, Dick Wiborn, Ed Chavez, Del Rasmussen, Millard Fore, Abe Dung, Don Seybold, Fran Hare. SECOND ROW: Mel Lewis, John Daly, Luke Lanz, Edo Biasatti, Marvin Gregory, Larry Williams, Mark Butler, Gene Pisenti, Mike Virga, Pat Malley, Lou Lang, Norm Slaught, Marty Boulger. THIRD ROW: Joe Agnello, John Graf, Ken Linde- gren, Gem Nagler, Ed Rotticci, Harv Nyland, Ted Connolly, John Pasco, Duane Louis, Gene Lynch, Ron Moberg, Ben Brown. 148 .-: » t ,r % f% ? ■ • : 1 . LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill WIswall, Lcs Edwards, Dennis Bourquin, John Ginclla, Dick Nellis, Pat Cannon, Don Shields, Walt Conn, Tom Black, Marv. Gregory. BOXING 149 " 1 ' J -J 1 J ' X , U? HMV 1- , STUDENT BAR ASSOCIA TION Each year the Student Bar Association attempts to increase its contribution to the social and academic life of the Law School. In the fall semester the new students were welcomed by a stag Bar-B-Que at Adobe Creek Lodge, arranged by Aurelius Miles and Steve Gazzera of the Committee on Internal Affairs. Faculty and stu- dents met in the relaxed spirit of comradeship; the tra- ditional baseball game was the climax of the day. Later in the year the Committee sponsored the fall Golf Tournament and then a Christmas dinner-dance at the Lyndon Hotel in Los Gatos. With the spring semester the Committee faced its most important social func- Left to right: Don Richardson, Robert Randall, Tom Kcnnelly, Richard Sullivan, Vincent Sevely, Robert Vatuone, Robert Lagomarsino. 152 tion, the Annual Alumni-Student Dinner at the Hotel Fairmont in San Francisco, the yearly conclave that brings together the Santa Clara Law Society, the Law School Faculty and the members of the Student Bar Association. Edward Fellows, president of the Law Society, presided. The social year ended with a date Bar-B-Que at Adobe Lodge in the late spring. The academic accomplishment of the Student Bar, under the efforts of the Liaison Committee, Joseph Standifer, chairman, experienced a busy year. Periodic luncheons were arranged between student groups and practicing attorneys, to acquaint the students with the legal problems of practice. Formal guest speakers were invited to Bergin Hall. One of the outstanding legalists was Franklin Williams, western regional director for the N.A.A.C.P., who spoke on the subject of Civil Rights and drew upon his own experiences before the United States Supreme Court. Walter Gordon, chair- man of the California Adult Authority Board, made Robert Vatuone, Robert Lagomarsino, Anthony Oliver, Don Richardson. MOOT COURT an address to the student body on the California penal system. This was augmented by a student field trip through San Quentin prison. The year also found the Santa Clara Moot Court team competing with honor in the Annual Inter-School INTRASCHOOL MOOT COURT Stephen Gazzera, Robert Randall, Rodney Atchison, Richard Sullivan. jppii. r c wmmmmmsm 153 LIAISON COMMITTEE Joe Standifer, Charles Calliat, Anthony Oliver, Bill Campbell. ' ill PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Sid Berlin, " Reo " Miles, Donald DeGeller INTERIOR COMMITTEE Left to right: Stephen Gazzera, Dave Smith, Leal Norton, Aureli Miles, Harold Everton. Moot Court Competition. Robert Lagomarsino, An- thony Oliver, Donald Richardson and Robert Vatuone comprised the team; Oliver and Richardson presented the oral arguments. Members of the Student Bar Asso- ciation also participated actively in the preparation of the fourth Annual Survey of California Law: reading, sorting and classifying the great yearly mass of Cali- fornia case decisions for the authors. As an academic aid to the entire law student body, the Student Bar Association inaugurated a Committee in Charge of Mimeograph Material. Headed by Vin- cent Todisco, this group mimeographed and distrib- uted outline material for the various law school courses. This, in conjunction with the upperclass tutor system of incoming freshmen, added to the scholastic achieve- ments of everyone. The growth of the state-wide student bar movement was witnessed first hand by President Richard Sullivan, Donald Richardson and Rodney Atchison at a meet- ing of all the associations in Los Angeles. Again, Santa Clara Law School was reminded of its initial contribu- tion in organizing the movement. The success of the year was greatly attributable to the efforts of Student Bar President, Richard Sulli- van; the Board of Governors; Vice-President, Donald Richardson; Treasurer, Robert Vatuone; Secretary, Vincent Sevely ; Class Representatives, Robert Randall, Robert Lagomarsino and Thomas Kennelly ; and fac- ulty adviser, Professor Byron Snow. Special acknowl- edgement should be given to Sydney Berlin, head of the Publicity Committee, who added to all functions. Ultimate credit, however, must be given to the ener- getic and cooperative members and students who make up the law student body. Without their support noth- ing could be accomplished; with their continued as- sistance the Student Bar looks forward to the next year. 154 Committee for The Annual Survey of California Law in FIRST ROW, left to right: Stan Leal, Don Richardson, Dave Smith, Ed Allen, Anthony Oliver, Robert V, one, Jim Kelly. SECOND ROW: Robert Lagomarsino, Charles Calliat, Dan Anderson, Vincent Sevely. 155 FIRST YEAR LAW r O { W i vi ' f | «J 4 ! - DANIEL ANDERSON Oakland, California JAMES BENDER Vallcjo, California SILVIO BORELLO Sunnyvale, California JAMES KELLY San Jose, California STANLEY LEAL Cupertino, California JOSEPH MILLER San Gabriel, California LEAL NORTON Sacramento, California VINCENT SEVELY Mountain View, California SECOND YEAR LAW GERALD DESMOND I 1 Sacramento, California 1 ■ JOSEPH GRECO ' " - Los Gatos, California ROBERT LAGOMARSINO Sacramento, California ANTHONY OLIVER San Jose, California DONALD RICHARDSON San Jose, California ' WILLIAM SCHLEICH Hanford, California M ■ .v.. A-i ROBERT SIMONS Chaska, Minnesota ROBERT VATUONE San Jose, California DONALD WELSCH San Jose, California 156 LAW GRADUATES RODNEY RAYMOND ATCHISON, L.L.: Santa Cruz, California SIDNEY L. BERLIN, L.L.B. Fresno, California Board of Governors Student Bar Association — •- ' J DONALD J. DeGELLER, L.L.! Redwood City, California AURELIUS B. MILES, L.L.B. Chicago, Illinois Chairman, Interior Committee California Law Survey JAMES BARRY O ' HANLON, L.L.B. Portland, Oregon ROBERT LOUIS RANDALL, L.L. Campbell, California STEPHEN P. GAZZERA, L.L.B. Mountain View, California Treasurer, Student Bar Association ROBERT EMMET HALEY, L.L.] San Jose, California DANIEL A. HERNANDEZ, L.L.B. Coachella, California THOMAS N. HOLM, L.L.B. San Francisco, California RICHARD HOWARD SHIELDS L.L.B. San Jose, California JOSEPH L. STANDIFER, L.L.B. San Jose, California RICHARD L. SULLIVAN, L.L.! ( ilend.de, California GORDON V. WEGNER, L.L.] Fairfield, Washington 157 jn ' } ? f n .; %l 5 n !i ! . : s ■2 ' ■■ JOHN METHENY President LIVIO BORRA Vice-President BOB GILKEY Secretary , JOHN BONNELL Treasurer ED ROTTICCI Sg . at Arms 160 Wtf are young, and we are new, and we are filled with a great wonderment BASIL I. ALLAIRE, B.S. Carmel, California Choir Glee Club Ski Club Mendel Society - President Variety Show ALBERTO ALVAREZ-CALDERON, B.S.C. Lima, Pern Soccer Team Ski Club Nobili Club Thomist Club International Relations Club Variety Show B.A.A. " The Owl " " The Santa Clara " DANIEL ARTHUR ANDERSON, B.S. Oakland, California Feature Editor, " The Santa Clara " Wrestling Team Clay M. Greene Players Blackstone Society International Relations Club JAMES FRANCIS AVERSENTE, B.S. Saw Jose, California Clay M. Green Players LEO PIERRE BAILEY, JR., B.S.C. San Francisco, California. Editor, " The Redwood " Alpha Sigma Nu - President Senate House B.A.A. Clay M. Greene Players 19 5 2 DAMIEN ALMEIDA, B.S.C. Honolulu, T. H. JOSE ROGELIO ALVAREZ, B.C.E. Panama, Panama Engineering Society A.S.C.E. Nobili Club International Relations Club Soccer Team Astronomy Club JOHN A. ANDERSON, B.S. Pebble Beach, California Mendel Society Glee Club Nobili Club Alpha Phi Omega Ski Club ROBERT PETER BACHINO, B.S. San Luis Obispo, California Nobili Club Thomist Club WILLIAM E. BANE, B.C.E. Sunnyvale, California A.S.C.E. Engineering Socie 161 CHARLES DAVID BARTELL, JR., B.C.E. San Jose, California Tennis Team Swimming Team Water Polo Team Engineering Society Camera Club A.S.C.E. JERALD JOSEPH BERRYESSA, B.S. Mountain View, California International Relations C Ski Club Blackstone Society Day Scholars Association JOHN WILLIAM BONNEL, Martinez, California " The Santa Clara " B.A.A. International Relations Club Engineering Society LIVIO GIOVANNI BORRA, B.S.C. San Francisco, California B.A.A. Engineering Society Sabre Society JOHN DAVOREN BOWDEN, B.M.E. San Diego, California Engineering Society A.S.M.E. Basketball - Manager 19 5 2 JOSEPH RICHARD BENENATO, B.S.C. Phoenix, Arizona Sociality - Prefect A.S.U.S.C. - Vice-President B.A.A. Nobili Club Mendel Society ROBERT ALLEN BOLTON, B.S. Piedmont, California Student Advisory Board- Chairman Blackstone Society - President Sanctuary Society Sodality " The Owl " " The Santa Clara " " The Redwood " Swimming Team Water Polo Team Wrestling Team Thomist Club Nobili Club DONALD JOHN BORDENAVE, B.S. RcJivood City, California Freshman Football Varsity Football Block " S.C. " Society International Relations Club ANGELO JOHN BOVELLO, B.S.C Washington, D. C. Freshman Football International Relations Club B.A.A. CLAUDE J. BOYD, JR., B.E.E. San Francisco, California Engineering Society 162 FRANCIS AUGUSTINE BRIERLY, B.E.E. San Francisco, California Engineering Society A.I.E.E. BEN BROWN, B.S.C. East Chicago, Indiana Varsity Football B.A.A. Block " S.C. " Society HENRY V. BURGET, B.S.C. Concord, California B.A.A. Block " S.C. " Society Varsity Football Sabre Society DONALD CALLEJON, B.S. San Jose, California International Relations Club Nobili Club Freshman Baseball Day Scholars Association A RICHARD BERNARD CAMPI, B.M.E. Glendale, California Engineering Society A.S.M.E. DALLAS DAVID BROCK, B.S.C. San Francisco, California B.A.A. Varsity Basketball Block " S.C. " Society THOMAS C. BUCKLEY, B.S. South Pasadena, California International Relations Club Nobili Club House Senate Blackstone Society Thomist Club MARK M. BUTIER, B.C.E. Los Angeles, California Engineering Society Pi Delta Sigma A.S.C.E. Block " S.C. " Society Varsity Basketball JOSEPH MANUEL CAMBRA, B.E.E. Santa Clara, California Engineering Society PAUL MAURICE CASSAYRE, B.M.E. Napa, California Swimming Team Engineering Society A.S.M.E. Glee Club Passion Play 19 5 2 163 EARL E. CASTNER, B.C.E. San ]ose, California REID CHARLES CERNEY, B.A. Pacific Grove, California A.S.U.S.C. - President Cheerleader Clay M. Greene Players Day Scholars Association - Chairn Thomist Club Nobili Club Sodality Sanctuary Society FRANCIS JOSEPH CLARK, B.A. Stony Point, New York Football Junior Varsity Football Coach Boxing Boxing Coach Nobili Club International Relations Club Thomist Club Blackstone Society STANLEY STEGEMANN COLE, B.S. Menlo Park, California Galtes Society Day Scholars Association LOUIS MICHAEL COOPER, B.S. Los Angeles, California Nobili Club Rally Committee Swimming Team Track Team BARTLEY W. CAVANAUGH, B.S.C. Sacramento, California B.A.A. Variety Show Ski Club - President Golf Team EDWARD J. CHAVEZ, B.S.C. Vallejo, California Block " S.C. " Society - President Internation B.A.A. Baseball Basketball Sabre Socie Relations Club WATT BARRY CLINCH, B.M.E. Saw Francisco, California Engineering Society A.S.M.E. - President Alpha Sigma Nu Pi Delta Sigma JOSEPH PATRICK CONROY, B.M.E. Roslindale, Boston, Massachusetts Engineering Society KEVIN CHARLES COYLE, B.S. Menlo Park, California International Relations Club " The Santa Clara " Station KSCU Water Polo Glee Club Passion Play Ski Club Blackstone Society 19 5 2 164 IRVING JEROME CUNZ, B.S. Seattle, Washington MICHAEL ARTHUR DEERING, B.S. San Francisco, California EUGENE WILLIAM DOYLE, B.S. San Francisco, California " The Santa Clara " International Relations Club Blackstone Society ABE DUNG, B.S.C. Honolulu, T. H. Freshman Football Varsity Football Variety Show B.A.A. Block " S.C. " Society RAYMOND A. EASTON, B.S.C. Chicago, Illinois B.A.A. International Relations Club 19 5 2 RAYMOND G. DECKER, B. San Jose, California International Relations Club Thomist Club Student Advisory Board Day Scholars Association PAUL FRANCIS DEIHLE, Hay-ward, California B.A.A. Day Scholars Association Clay M. Greene Players Sabre Society GILES A. DOYLE, B.A. Tucson, Arizona Alpha Sigma Nu Alpha Phi Omega Nobili Club International Relations Cli Sodality Sanctuary Society " The Santa Clara " JOHN EDWARD DUSTIN, Seattle, Washing on MICHAEL L. ECKSTEIN, Raiding, California A.S.C.E. Engineering Society 165 JOHN FRANCIS EGAN, B.S.C. Loieland, Colorado Day Scholars Association ROBERT ANTHONY EMME, B.S.C. Palo Alto, California B.A.A. Alpha Sigma Nu PHILIP PETER ERNSTROM, B.S.C. Santa Clara, California GENE ELMER FAUL, B.S.C. Carmel, California Freshman Basketball WILLARD J. FAY, B.S. San Carlos, California Camera Club " The Santa Clara ' 19 5 2 VICTOR YACOUB ELIAS, B.S.C. Basra, Iraq B.A.A. Soccer Team - Coach Astronomy Club House Senate EUGENE DANIEL ENGLE, B.S. San Francisco, California Nobili Club Clay M. Greene Players House " The Santa Clara " Rally Committee Sabre Society Blackstone Society CHARLES FRANCIS FARRELL, B.M.E. San Diego, California Sodality A.S.M.E. Pi Delta Sigma RONALD ARTHUR FAWL, B.E.E. San Jose, California Engineering Society A.I.E.E. Day Scholars Association Rifle Team MARCEL LOUIS FIORE, B.S. San Francisco, California Nobili Club International Relations Club Sabre Society Freshman Baseball Varsity Baseball Block " S.C. " Society 166 RICHARD W. FITZMAURICE, B.M.E. Santa Clara, California Golf Team House Senate A.S.M.E. Engineering Society JOHN RICHARD FOLEY, B.S. San Francisco, California International Relations Club " The Santa Clara " Nobili Club " The Owl " ROBERT FRANCESCHINI, B.S. Atherton, California International Relations Club Alpha Phi Omega EMIL FRANCIS FRATES, B.S. San Jose, California Mendel Society Band Tennis Team International Relations Club Variety Show ERNEST E. FRICKE, B.M.E. San Francisco, California Water Polo Team A.S.M.E. Engineering Society ) -m 19 5 2 JAMES PHILIP FITZPATRICK, B.E.E. San Francisco, California Engineering Society A.I.E.E. Sanctuary Society Sodality Alpha Sigma Nu Pi Delta Sigma MILLARD L. FORE, JR., B.S.C. Lodi, California Baseball Block " S.C. " Society Sabre Society B.A.A. International Relations Club MATTHEW JAMES FRANKLIN, B.C.E. Placerville, California Engineering Society A.S.C.E. JAMES PATRICK FRENCH, B.S. Orinda, California International Relations Club Nobili Club RICHARD F. FROLLI, B.S. Carmel, California Mendel Society International Relations Club Nobili Club 167 HARRY ALFRED FROMM, B.S.C. San Francisco, California B.A.A. International Relations Club ROBERT WILLIAM GAUL, B.M.E. San Francisco, California A.S.M.E. Engineering Society - F " The Redwood " - Spor Sanctuary Society esident Edito JOHN EDWARD GIACOMAZZI, B.C.E. Los Gatos, California A.S.C.E. Engineering Society ROBERT C. GILKEY, B.S. Berkeley, California Student Advisory Board " The Santa Clara " - Sports Clay M. Greene Players International Relations Clu Nobili Club »re ' Sa GEORGE JOSEPH GREENWOOD, III, B.S.C. San Mateo, California A 19 5 2 GEORGE BERNARD GALLAGHER, B.S.C. Piedmont, California B.A.A. Delta Sigma Pi International Relations Club Nobili Club Alpha Phi Omega " The Santa Clara " Clay M. Greene Players DAVID P. GEOFFRION, B.A. San Francisco, California Yell Leader International Relations Club Blackstone Society Boxing Team Rally Committee GENE C. GIANNOTTI, B.S.C. Menlo Park, California Freshman Football Delta Sigma Pi " The Redwood ' JOHN RICHARD GRAF, Winters, California Varsity Football Manager WILLIAM CHARLES HAACK, B.S.C. San Francisco, California B.A.A. Ski Club Nobili Club • fi m .i , WILLIAM CLARKSON HALEY, B.S.C San Ansel mo, California ■fl B.A.A. - President Delta Sigma Pi Wat er Polo Team Sanctuary Society Sodality Clay M. Greene Players Sabre Society - - w dHr jfl - WALTER J. HAWKINS, JR., B.S.C. Nevada City, California pn B.A.A. i Bl J b CARROLL ARDEN HEFFERNAN, B.S. Fresno, California " ■n Nobili Club Mendel Society Alpha Phi Omega International Relations Club Passion Play 51 m. ' ROBERT MITCHELL HENDERSON, B.S.C. Sacramento, California Ptf Golf Team Sabre Society B.A.A. Freshman Basketball ■ ii PHILIP G. HORTON, B.S.C. Albany, California tf Ski Club - President Delta Sigma Pi Glee Club Sodality B.A.A. Choir ■- M 19 5 2 RONALD GREGORY HANSEN, B.C.E. Waipahu, Oahu, T. H. Engineering Society A.S.C.E. Swimming Team Water Polo Team EDWIN AUSTIN HEAFEY, JR., B.S. Piedmont, California " The Santa Clara " " The Owl " Thomist Club House Senate Sabre Society FRANK M. HEFFERNAN, JR. San Francisco, California Swimming Team International Relations Club Water Polo - Coach Clay M. Greene Players Blackstone Society Nobili Club Glee Club Student Advisory Board JAMES GERARD HIGGINS, B.S.C. Sacramento, Califo WALTER HENRY HUBRIG, B.M.E. Brisbane, California lgiiKvring i CK ' I 169 MAMORU INOUYE, B.M.E. Los Gatos, California Engineering Society A.S.M.E. Pi Delta Sigma WILLIAM DAVID JOHNSTONE, B.M.E. South Pasadena, California A.S.M.E. Engineering Society JOHN ANTHONY JUSTICE, B.S. Los Angeles, California Football Track Team Boxing Team Block " S.C. " Society International Relations Club RICHARD JOHN KENNEDY, B.S. Los Angeles, California International Relations Club B.A.A. Nobili Club Day Scholars Association ROBERT JOHN KNEBEL, B.C.E. Phoenix, Arizona A.S.C.E. Engineering Society Sodality Sanctuary Society 19 5 2 LEROY VINCENT ISAACSON, B.S.C. San Jose, California DONLAN FRANCIS JONES, B.E.E. San Francisco, California Sanctuary Society Sodality Engineering Society Swimming Team Water Polo Team Pi Delta Sigma Astronomy Club A.I.E.E. PATRICK LEE KENNEDY, B.S. Toledo, Ohio International Relations Club House Senate Golf Team Passion Play Alpha Phi Omega Sodality Sanctuary Society DENIS JOSEPH KIELY, JR., B.E.E. San Jose, California Engineering Society A.I.E.E. 1 ROBERT ALLEN KOESTER, B.S. Pasadena, California Swimming Team International Relations Club 170 JOHN F. KWASIGROCH, B.S. Campbell, California House Sabre Society LOUIS EDWARD LANG, B. San Francisco, California Football Track Team International Relations Club ROBERT VAL LAUDERDALE, B.A. Pasadena, California International Relations Club Sabre Society Thomist Club JAMES DEWEY LE MOSS, B.S.C. Healdsburg, California B.A.A. Ski Club Delta Sigma Pi FRANK MICHAEL LICO, B.S. San Jose, California Baseball Block " S.C. " Society International Relations Club 19 5 2 T. LEO LANE, B.S. Vetaluma, California Mendel Society Clay M. Greene Players Sodality JOHN MITCHEL LASGOITY, B.S.C. Madera, California Rally Committee Ski Club B.A.A. 7 n i, .k. m m ■f „. PETER DOMINIQUE LAXALT, B.S. Carson City, Nevada " The Redwood " - Sports Editor " The Santa Clara " Student Advisory Board Alpha Sigma Nu International Relations Club Nobili Club Golf Team PETER B. LEWIS, B.M.E. Los Altos, California Engineering Society A.I.E.E. A.S.M.E. FRANK E. LOCKE, B.M.E. Long Beach, California Engineering Society A.S.M.E. 171 JOSEPH M. LONGINOTTI, B.S.C. San Mateo, California International Relations Club Sabre Society B.A.A. DONALD CHARLES LYONS, B.S. Santa Cruz, California " The Santa Clara " " The Owl " " The Redwood " Nobili Club Mendel Society Clay M. Greene Players RICHARD E. MALONEY, B Oakland, California Nobili Club International Relations Club Clay M. Greene Players MELVIN DOUGLAS MARKS, B.M.E. Placerrille, California Engineering Society A.S.M.E. Camera Club Pi Delta Sigma ELIO MARTIN, B.S.C. San Mateo, California A ' J 19 5 2 LOUIS P. LOPEZ, B.M.E. Vallejo, California Engineering Society ROGER P. MAINERI, B.M.E. San Francisco, California Soccer Team Station KSCU Astronomy Club Engineering Society A.S.M.E. PETER H. MARELIA, B.S.C. Chico, California ALFRED R. MARTIN, B.S. Monterey, California International Relations Club Nobili Club Sabre Society Track Team JOHN ALAN METHENY, Oakland, California Senior Class President A.S.U.S.C. - Secretary Swimming Team " The Santa Clara " Clay M. Greene Players Mendel Society Sanctuary Society 172 PAUL ERNEST MILLER, JR., B.A. Portland, Oregon Sodality " The Santa Clara " " The Redwood " Nobili Club Alpha Phi Omega Glee Club Choir Clay M. Greene Players PETER NAUGHTON MURPHY, B.S.C. McCloud, California B.A.A. International Relations Club Freshman Baseball Team Golf Team ROBERT F. McCULLOUGH, B.S.C. San Francisco, California A.S.U.S.C. - Treasurer Block " S.C. " Society B.A.A. Sabre Society GEORGE JOSEPH McGAFFIGAN, B.S.C. Redwood City, California Rally Committee B.A.A. Ski Club EDWIN MANSFIELD McMAHON, B.S. Sonora, California " The Redwood " - B Sodality Clay M. Greene Playe Manager 19 5 2 MICHAEL ANTHONY MONAHAN, B.S. Carmel, California Clay M. Greene Players " The Santa Clara " " The Redwood " Ski Club Alpha Phi Omega Rally Committee Glee Club john l. McCarthy, b.s. Watson clle, California THOMAS JOSEPH McDERMOTT, B.S.C. Towson, Maryland Sanctuary Society Track Team Glee Club Rallv Committee Yelf Leader Social Chairman EUGENE R. McIVER, B.S.C. San Mateo, California Day Scholars Associatii LEAL FRANK NORTON, B.A. Sacramento, California House Senate Sanctuary Society Sodality Ski Club Clay M. Greene Players 173 HAROLD DENTON NUNN, B.M.E. Agnew, California GORDON CLAIR O ' BERST, B.S. San Francisco, California Nobili Club International Relations Club Sabre Society Blackstone Society JOHN HOWARD O ' BRIEN, B.S. Hollister, California Nobili Club Track Team International Relations Club Sabre Society Blackstone Society The Santa Clara HOMER JAMES O ' HARE, B.M.E. Santa Clara, California THOMAS FRANCIS O ' LEARY, B.S. San Anselmo, California Sodality Clay M. Greene Players Glee Club Choir Nobili Club ri-. . ' . « ■■■ 9n HARVEY STANISLAUS NYLAND, B.S. mm San ]ua, Bautista, California . WmL T(M Band vm Nobil Club g SHB gPr International Relations Club • - ., ' Freshman Basketball Varsit y Basketball - 1 Block " S.C. " Society 19 5 2 JAMES D. O ' BRIEN, B.S.C. San Jose, California International Relations Club WILLIAM ROBERT O ' BRIEN, B.C.E. San Francisco, California A.S.C.E. Engineering Society NEIL LAWRENCE O ' KEEFE, B.C.E. San Diego, California Engineering Society A.S.C.E. JAMES KENT O ' ROURKE, B.S. Colusa, California International Relations Club Blackstone Society Water Polo Team 74 CLAYTON P. PAKELE, B.C.E. Hilo, Hawaii, T. H. Engineering Society JOHN STANLEY PASCO, B.S. Chicago, Illinois Football Block " S.C. " Blackstone Society NOEL EDWARD PEARMAN, B.S.C. San Jose, California B.A.A Band Day Scholars Association ROBERT H. PETERS, B.S. San Francisco, Calif ornia Block " S.C. " Basketball International Relations Club LEO JOSEPH PETRUCCI, B.M.E. 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Astronomy Club Passion Play Pi Delta Sigma RUDOLPH JOHN SCHOLZ, B.S. Palo Alto, California Track Team Wrestling Team Soccer Team Sabre Society Delta Sigma Pi Passion Play . , 19 5 2 CHARLES DAVID SACCONAGH1, B.A. Santa Barbara, California International Relations Club Thomist Club House " The Redwood " Sanctuary Society Sodality Passion Play KSCU GERALD JAMES SCHEID, B.S.C. San Jose, California Varsity Football B.A.A. International Relations Club CHARLES JOSEPH SCHLIM, San Mateo, California Pi Delta Sign B.A.A. International Relations Club Ski Club ARTHUR MORRIS SCHOENFELDT, JR., B.S. Portland, Oregon " The Owl- Freshman Advisory Staff Alpha Phi Omega Clay M. Greene Players KSCU Choir Nobili Club Glee Club " The Santa Clara " DONALD GENE SCHULTZ, B.E.E. Portland, Oregon Engineering Socie A.I.E.E. Alpha Sigma Nu Pi Delta Sigma Boxing Team Wrestling Team 176 CHARLES WILLIAM POLZER, JR. B.A. San Diego, California " The Santa Clara " - Editor Alpha Phi Omega - President Alpha Sigma Nu International Relations Club Sodality KSCU " The Redwood " Clay M. Greene Players EDMOND K. POWER, B.S.C. San Mateo, California B.A.A. Sabre Society Day Scholars Association DELMAR RASMUSSEN, B.S.C. Sacramento, California Varsity Football Block " S.C. " B.A.A. NED ROCHA, B.S. Tulare, California International Relations Club JAMES ROSEWALL, B.S. Watsonville, California Mendel Society Nobili Club -m A m i ■m 19 5 2 GEORGE N. POTOC, JR., B.S.C. Los Gatos, California PATRICK M. QUINN, B.E.E. Pasadena, California Engineering Society Soccer Team JOSEPH VINCENT REYNOLDS, JR. B.C.E. Los Angeles, California Engineering Society A.S.C.E. Pi Delta Sigma BERNARD JOSEPH ROONEY, B.S.C. Sacramento, California B.A.A. Variety Show RICHARD ROSWALL, B.S.C. San Jose, California B.A.A. 177 DANIEL SCOLARI, B.S.C. San Jose, California B.A.A. Varsity Football «3fc Jw ROBERT WILLIAM SILVEIRA, B.S.C. Pacific Grove, California B.A.A. Boxing Team Variety Show Sabre Society Day Scholars Association NORMAN ALBERT SLAUGHT, B.S. Glendale, Californi a Tennis Team House Sodality Sabre Society International Relations Club Nobili Club DENNIS KENDALL SMART, B.S. San Jose, California Freshman Football Varsity Football International Relations Club Nobili Club HERMAN RALPH STAPLETON, B.S. San Jose, California Sabre Society International Relations Club Day Scholars Association 19 5 2 GEORGE DONALD SIEGFRIED, B.C.E. Wood side, California Engineering Society A.S.C.E. Pi Delta Sigma STANLEY THOMAS SIMICH, B.S.C. Portland, Oregon Sabre Society Rally Committee JOHN DENNIS SMALL, B.S.C. San Jose, California B.A.A. International Relations Club Band Track Team Day Scholars Association SAM SNEAD, B.S. Santa Clara, California Day Scholars Association Presiden HARRY BURTON STRICKLER, B.S.C. Colusa, California Tennis Team Nobili Club B.A.A. 178 JOHN DENNIS SULLIVAN, B.S.C. Berkeley, California B.A.A. International Relations Club Nobili Club Thomist Club Blackstone Society Sanctuary Society Passion Play " The Santa Clara " WILLIAM STEPHEN TANQUARY, B.S.C. San Francisco, California B.A.A. Sabre Society " Redwood " Day Scholars Association FRANK JOSEPH TERRA, JR., B.S. San Jose, California International Relat Blackstone Society MERVYN C. THOMPSON, B.S.C. Kaneohe, Oahu, T. H. Alpha Sigma Nu B.A.A. Day Scholars Association Passion Play Clay M. Greene Players JESS YNIGUEZ TORRES, B.C.E. Santa Clara, California A.S.C.E. Engineering Society 19 5 2 JOHN MURCHISON SULLY, B.S. Carmel, California Passion Play Soccer Team Manager Variety Shov WILLIAM MARTIN TELLEGEN, B.A. San Francisco, California International Relations Club Nobili Club Glee Club LAWRENCE STEPHEN THOMPSON, B.S.C. San Francisco, California International Relations Club B.A.A. Engineering Society EUGENE LOUIS TORRE, B.S.C. T acorn a, Washington JULIAN MICHAEL TRESCONY, B.S.C. San Lucas, California B.A.A. International Relations Club Ski Club 179 RONALD JACK TROYAN, B.S.C. Millbrac, California Delta Sigma Pi International Rela EDWARD VON GELDERN, JR., B.C.E. Honolulu, T. H. WILLIAM ALBERT WAGNER, B.M.E. San Francisco, California Engineering Society PATRICK MONROE WALLACE, B.C.E. THK Salinas, California HI i Engineering Society A.S.C.E. Band Rifle Team 1 RICHARD WILLIAM WANGER, B.S.C. ■■1 Vallejo, California -« B.A.A. Delta Sigma Pi International Relations Club Ski Club Freshman Advisory Board A 41 19 5 2 HENRY VON DER MEHDEN, JR.. B.S.C. Los Gatos, California B.A.A. Sabre Society Day Scholars Association EDWARD JOSEPH VRANIZAN, B.S.C. Portland, Oregon Rally Committee Chairman Junior Class President B.A.A. Boxing Team Freshman Baseball Ski Club JAMES HEIT WALLACE, B.S.C. Santa Clara, California B.A.A. International Relations Club JOHN DONALD WALSH, B.S.C. Jerome, Arizona House Senate Clay M. Greene Pla B.A.A. Delta Sigma Pi N.S.A. Representat Sabre Society RICHARD JOHN WIBORN, B.S. Oakland, California Nobili Club International Relations Club Block S.C. Varsity Football Varsity Baseball 160 GERALD BERTRAM WILLIAMSON, B.S.C. Oakland, California B.A.A. Rally Committee Boxing Team m EDWARD M. WUESTHOFF, B.E.E. Santa Clara, California Engineering Society A.I.E.E. Jfak. DAWSON LEONARD WRIGHT, San Francisco, California Galtes Society " Santa Clara " Sanctuary Society Sodality Passion Play Nobili Club HENRY TAKENORI YAMATE, B.S.C. San Jose, California B.A.A. International Relations Club Varsity Tennis Block S.C. 19 5 2 181 SUB SENIORS WILLIAM E. CAMPBELL ADOLPH M. QUILICI SARGON RUSTUM Cotati, California San Jose, California Baghdad, Iraq A J ' ■ . I . ; ' WILLIAM H. SCANNELL MICHAEL J. SEBASTIAN NORMAN SILVA San Francisco, California San Jose, California Brentwood, California ' JOHN P. SMALLEY Jackson, California US..,, RALPH T. SULLIVAN LAWRENCE R. WILLIAMS San Mateo, California Los Angeles, California 182 % JF r. f disn ncdon =J _ _ - ll ■ ' +7; -i . , ' J • . 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Marks Mr. and Mrs. Sam Martin Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Miller Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Moran Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John L. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. McMahon Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Nyland Mr. and Mrs. William R. O ' Brien Captain and Mrs. Arthur J. O ' Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pasco Mr. and Mrs. Louis Passadori Mr. Clarence E. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pilling Mr. and Mrs. Tom H. Rosewall Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Rotticci Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Stapleton Mrs. Agatha Z. Tellegen Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Terra Mr. and Mrs. Telesforo Torres Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Trescony Mr. and Mrs. Jack Troyan Mr. and Mrs. Matt C. Vranizan George Wanger 184 CENTRAL CONCRETE SUPPLY CO. ROCK • SAND • GRAVEL Transit Mixed Cement C. P. ALBANESE 6 1 McKendrie San Jose CONGRATULATIONS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA LE DEIT GLASS CO. WINDOWS • SASH • DOORS MILLWORK • AUTO GLASS Look for This Sign 701 Lenzen Avenue (corner Stockton) Phone CYpress 5-4005 SAN JOSE 67 N. 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