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A. . La4jOu;6Bu 4 K . T - - m. fr«,- ' - • . I: 56 TO JOAN 57 CONmNTQ 58 iD urNrcn AnoM 6o RAOUaV 66 GRAIX! STUDfK 90 ACUCC too CUJBS 120 SPORTS 174 ROTO 224 UNDER;GRADU f 246 CBNIO CXA OP ' 66 22g AOVtRnSrN 296 59 ADMINISTR ITION T 60 66 90 I O0 1 20 QPOIZIQ ......... IZOTCD ........... UNDEIZGPADLWIEQ QE-NIOPJ CU-ASQ OF ADVEPJTQING . . . . W 1 74 224 246 228 296 ,gf President Very Rev. Patrick A. Donohoe, S. J. ' t or " : ' :.- A r . : . « ..«i i u ' -•4. ' 13, 1966 . •• ,. ' ■ . ' 5 ». . " « . ASUSC President Michael Ranahan " s t J t- Pete Sullivan Executive Vice-Pres. Sherry Campbell Recording Sec. ASUSC OFFICERS Billie Lambert Social Vice-Pres. I Bill McCormick Treasurer Dave Hickey Corresponding Sec. Rev. Walter E. Schmidt, S.J. Vice-President for Public Relations Rev. Charles F. Guenther, S.J. Vice-President for Finance ' -■ tP!- Rev. Alexis I. Mei, S.J Vice-President for Academics ■■in V H v ' ' ' Kj B? 5 ' Hi ' ' ' ' - H ■ J !Wff an j c ■ gg m m .J. Rev. William J. Perkins, S.J. Vice-President for Student Services FACULTY -5 Q 3, 1, ' li ' ,eg Y 1. Y xgk K Q 4. . --L, L.. Q QL FACULTY 69 70 A .4 ,.-Hifi? ' 4 si, .fm-fv-V g ' 69 ' - . a X 72 73 7A « % I xi A -1-111 77 S. I 'iw Q AV-. V -f----Y , f-ww" '- ' gi.. ,. ff ,- si K f 45eergc G. z5mcomini J' -1 l 1 .13 T,,,:,,- 1,5 Q.,- Vr- Z 565,4- ...,i . fACUllY N0 College of Arts and Sciences Thomas D. Teiiy, SJ , Dean Department ot Arts and Architecture: Phihp B. Welch, chairman. B.A,, 1947, Stanford University,- M. Arch., 1952, University ot Oklahoma; Reg. Arch., 1955, Illinois. 1964, Calitornio; N.C A.R B., License 1958. Diane M Welch. Edna McRae School of Donee, 1945-52; Sadler Wells Ballet School, 1954; John Petri School of Ballet, 1958-60; Diana Morgan Welch Concert Dancers, 1958-64. Gardiner R. McCouley. B.A., 1956; M.A., 1957, University of California. Department of Biology: Francis R. Flaim, chairman. B.A., 1936, University of Utah; M.A.. 1938. University of Utah; PhD., 1956, Stanford University. Lloyd L. Bolton. B A., 1922, University of British Columbia; M.A., 1924, University of British Columbia; Ph.D., 1932, Cornell University. Audrey AA. Davison B.A., 1950, University of Washington; M.A , 1963, Stanford University. Thomas N. Fast. B.S., 1949, University of Santo Claro; Ph.D., 1960, Stanford University. Ethel B. AAeece. B.A., 1942, Western College; M.A., 1946, Rodcliffe College John S. Mooring. B.A., 1950, University of California at Santa Barbara; Ph.D., 1 956, University of California at Los Angeles. Department of Chemistry: Joseph F. Deck, chairman. B.A., 1928, St. Louis University; M.S., 1930, St. Louis University; Ph.D., 1932, University of Kansas. Francis J. Koenig, S.J. B.A , 1942, Gonzaga University; M.A., 1943, Gonzaga University; M.S., 1955, St. Louis University; Ph.D., 1957, St. Louis University. Robert J. Pfeiffer. B.A., 1953, University of Santo Cloro; Ph.D., 1958, Cornell University. William F. Sheehon, Jr. B.S , 1948, Loyola University (Chicago I; Ph.D., 1 952, California Institute of Technology. Department of Economics: Mono L. Bellotti, chairman. B A., 1954, Midwestern Uni- versity; M.A., 1955, Midwestern University; Ph.D., 1960, University of Texas. Elmei D. Fogon. B.A., 1920, University of Oklahoma; M.A., 1921. Harvard University; Ph.D., 1926, Harvard University. Molcolr-n Golden. B.S., 1960, University of Southern Cali- fornia; Ph.D., Candidate, Claremont Graduate School. Peter F. McLoughlm. B.A., 1951, University of British Columbia; Ph.D., 1959, University of Texas. John R. Shea. B.S., 1961, University of Arizona, MA. 1964, Ohio State University; Ph.D., Candidate, Ohio State University. Thaddeus J. Whalen, Ji. B.S., 1958, University of Santa Clara. Ph.D., 1964, University of California. Department of Education: Gerald E. McDonald, chairman. B.A., 1947, Boston Col- lege; Ed.D., 1955, Stanford University. Louis I. Bannan, S.J. M.A., 1938, Gonzaga University; STL , 1944, Alma College. Kenneth E. Blaker. B.A., 1958, University ot Arizona; M.Ed,, 1960, University ot Arizona; Ph.D., 1965, So. Illinois University Edwin J. Brown. B.S., 1 922, Kansas State Teachers College; M.A., 1925, Stanford University; Ph.D., 1928, Stanford University. June R- Chopin, Mrs , Assistant Professor ot Education. Arthur T. Phelps. B.A., 1937, Canisus College; M.A., 1940, Canisus College; M.A., 1950, Columbia University; Ed.D., 1956, Columbia University. Department of English: John H. Gray, S.J., chairman. B.A., 1948, Gonzaga Uni- versity; M.A., 1952, Loyola University of Los Angeles; S.T.L., 1956, St. Alberts College iLouvain); Pfi.D., 1961, University of London. Betty M. Belvin. B.A., 1945, Wellesley College, M.A., 1947, Columbia University; Ph.D., 1958, University ot Washing- ton. Eleanor G. Chnsholm. B.S., 1942, University of Illinois; M.A., 1946, Northwestern University. James P. Degnan. B.S. 1954 Memphis State University; M.A., 1956, University of Notre Dome. Francis X. Duggon. B.A., 1948, University of Notre Dame; M.A., 1950, University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., 1960, University of Pennsylvania. Joseph E. Gallagher. B.A., 1959, St. Michael s College; Ph.D., 1962, University of Notre Dome. Edward D. Gross. B.A., 1947, University of Pennsylvania; MA. 1951; Ph.D., 1964, University of Pennsylvania. Richard T. Coz, S.J. B.A., 1953, Gonzaga University; M.A., 1954, Gonzaga University Elizabeth J. Moron. B.A., 1942, Indiana University; M.A. 1 963, San Jose State College. Charles T. Phipps, S.J. Dean Pntchett. B.A., 1960, San Jose State College, AA.A., 1961 , San Jose State College. Richard AA. Schmidt, B.A,, 1935, University ot Santa Claro; AA.A., 1945, University ot Washington. Peter B. Smith. B.A., 1949, San Francisco State College; M.A., 1950, San Froncisco State College. George J. Sullwold, Jr., B.A., 1934, University of Califor- nia at Los Angeles; AA.A., 1936, University of California at Los Angelas,- Ph.D., 1958, University of Washington. Department ot Foreign Languages: Victor B. Van, chairman. B.A,, 1942, Son Francisco State College; AA.A., 1952, Stanford University; Ph.D., 1961, University of AAadnd. Ernesto Auerboch. B.A., 1962, Son Diego State College; AA.A., 1965, University of California. Raymond Biondi. B.A,, 1940, M,A,, 1942, Ph.D., 1955, Stanford University. Agusfin A. De La Guordia. B.S.C., 1963, University ot Santa Claro; AA.A., 1964, Stanford University. Noel K. Barstad. B.A., 1958, St. Olof College; M.A., 1962, University of AAinnesota. AAourice Belval S.J, B,A,, Loyola University iLos Angeles), 1938; M.A., 1944, Gonzaga University; AA.A,, 1954, Uni- versity of California at Los Angeles, AAargaret Boland. B.A., 1962; AvA.A., 1964, St. Louis Uni- versity Walter J. Kropp, S.J,, B,A., 1930; AA.A., 1931, Gonzaga University. Wolodymyr Orenczuk. L,L,M,, 1937, State University ot King John Kasimir (Poland); L.L,D., 1949, Free University (Germany); AA.A., in L.S., 1956, Rosary College. Andrew Rematore. B.A., 1950; AA.A., 1952, University of Colorado; Ph.D,, Candidate, Stanford University, Helene J, Hobson. B.A., 1926, Academy of Pons; 1929, License en Droit-AAontpelier. Department of History: Edwin A. Beilharz, chairman, B.A., 1931, Creighton Uni- versity; AA.A., 1934, University of Nebraska; Ph.D., 1951, University of California. Joseph S. Brusher, S.J. AA.A., 1932, Gonzaga University; S.T.L., 1939, Alma College; Ph.D., 1943, St. Louis Univer- sity. George F, Giacomini. B.A., 1956, University of Santa Claro; M.A., 1957, University of California. James J. Hannah. B.A., 1947, St. Pauls College; AA.A., 1951, University of Nebraska; Ph.D., 1956, University of California. Charles Korr. B.A., 1961; AA.A., 1965, University of Cali- fornia at Los Angeles. Norman F. AAortin, S.J. (in absentia). B.A., 1941, Gonzaga University; AA.A., 1942, Gonzaga University; S.T.L., 1948, Colegio AAiximo de San AAiguel (Buenos Aires); M.A., 1950, AAexico City College; Doctor en Letros, 1957, Notional University of Mexico. AAotfhios S, AAeier, B.A., 1948, University ot AAiami; M.A., 1949, Mexico City College; Ph.D., 1954, University ot California. Timothy OKeefe. B.A., 1961, St. Marys College; M.A., 1965, Notre Dome University. Honors Division: Jerome G. Kerwm, director. B.A., 1919, Dartmouth Col- lege; M.A., 1921, Columbia University; Ph.D., 1926, Columbia University. Robert A. Kennedy, Executive Secretary Honors Division. Marcus R. Berquist. B.A., 1956, College of St. Thomas; Ph.L., 1958, Laval University (Canada). Howard H. Engelskirchen. B.A., 1960, Occidental College; M.A., 1962, Columbia Univrsity; LL.B., 1964, University of California. Matthew John Kelly. B.A., 1956, College of St. Thomas; M.A., 1958, University of Minnesota; Ph.D., 1963, Univer- sity of Notre Dame. Richard K. Leemon. B.S., 1950; M.A. 1953, Ph.D., 1961, University of Wisconsin. Rev. Pierre Riches. M.A., 1949, Cambridge, England; S.T.D., 1960, Latem University, Rome, Italy. Abraham P. Hillman, chairman. B.A., 1939, Brooklyn College; M.A., 1940, Brooklyn College; Ph.D., 1950, Princeton University. Gerald L. Alexanderson. B.A., 1955, University of Oregon; M.A., 1958 Stanford University. Michael Buckley, Jr. B.S., 1923, U.S. Military Academy; M.S.E.E., 1933, Purdue University. Karel L. deBourvere, Rev. Ph.D., 1959, University of Am- sterdam. William Earls, B.A., 1963, William and Mary; M.A., 1965, Stanford University. Leonard F. Klosinski. B.S., 1961 , University of Santa Cloro; M.A., 1963, Oregon State University. George Langberg. B.S., 1956, University of Illinois; M.S., 1958, University of Illinois. David G. Mead. B.A., 1943, Ph.u., 1959, Columbia Uni- versity. Irving Sussman, chairman (on leave). B.S., 1943, Columbia University; M.A., 1947, John Hopkins University; Ph.D., 1953, University of California. Robert F. Sosseen. B.A., 1957, University of Notre Dame; M.A., 1959, Ph.D., 1961 , The University of Chicago. Richard G. Stevens. M.A., 1956; Ph.D., 1963, The Univer- sity of Chicago. Vincent H. Talley. Diploma (Piano and Composition), 1925, Juilliord School of Music; B.S., 1932, Columbia University; M.A., 1943, Harvard University. Department of Mathematics: Department of MusiC: S. Ross Bergontz. B.A., 1950, M.A., 1962, San Jose State College. Carroll G, Laubocher, S.J. B.A., 1949; M.A., 1951, Gon- zogo University; S.T.B., 1957, Alma College; M. Mus., 1960, New England Conservatory. Richard D. Williams. B.A., 1962, Long Beach State College,- M.A., 1964, Brighom Young University. Department of Philosophy: Austin J. Fagothey, S.J., chairman. B.A., 1923, Gonzaga University; M.A., 1924, Gonzaga University,- S.T.L. 1932, Weston College; Ph.D. 1949, Pontifical Gregorian Univer- sity. Howard R. Delaney. B.S., 1950, Loyola University of Los Angeles; AA.A., 1954, St. Louis University; Ph.D., 1959, St. Louis University. Timothy Fallon, S.J. AA.A., 1947, Gonzaga University. James W. Felt, S.J. B.A., 1949, Gonzaga University; AA.A., 1950, Gonzaga University; S.T.L., 1957, Alma College; AA.S., 1961, St. Louis University; Ph.D., 1965, St. Louis University. Richard J. George. B.A., 1951, St. AAarys College; AA.A., 1958, University of California; Ph.D., 1960, University of Notre Dame. John B. Shanks, S.J. B.A., 1947; AA.A., 1948, Gonzaga University; S.T.L., 1955, Alma College. Department of Physics: John B. Drahmann, chairman. B.A., 1943, St. John ' s University; Ph.D., 1952, St. Louis University. William A. Barker II. B.A., 1941, Yale University; AA.S., 1948, California Institute of Technology; Ph.D., 1952, St. Louis University. William T. Duffy, Jr. B.E.E., 1953, University of Santo Claro; AA.S., 1954, Stanford University; Ph.D., 1959, Stan- ford University. Carl H. Hayn, S.J. B.A., 1939, Gonzaga University; AA.S., 1954, Stanford University; Ph.D., 1959, Stanford Univer- sity. Patrick R. Hughes. B.A., University of Americas, AAexico; AA.A., University of Washington; Ph.D., University of Ot- tawa, Canada. Cyril R. Kavanogh, S.J. B.A., 1921, Gonzaga University; M.A., 1922, Gonzaga University; S.T.L. , 1930, Colegio de San Ignocio, Sarno, Barcelona, Spam. Jerome B. Long. B.A., 1950, Fordhom University; AA.A., 1953, Fordhom University; Ph.D., 1962, Fordhom Univer- sity. Charles A. Ay cQuillan, S.J. B.A., 1926, Gonzaga Univer- sity; AA.A., 1927, Gonzaga University. John W. Neumayr. B.A., 1952, University of Notre Dome; M.A., 1954, University of Notre Dame; Ph.L., 1961, Laval University (Canada); Ph.D., 1962, Laval University. Daniel A. O Sullivan, S.J. B.A., 1948, Gonzaga University; AA.A., 1949, Gonzaga University. I I William E. Langlois. B.Sc, 1953, University of Notre Dome; Ph.D., 1957, Brown University. Philip T. AAcCormick. B.S., 1948, University of Notre Dame; Ph.D., 1954, University of Notre Dame. Donald L. Strondberg. B.S., 1952, AAomingside College; Ph.D., 1961 , State University of Iowa. Department of Political Science: Bernard L. Kronick, chairman. B.A., 1937, University of California; Ph.D., 1953, University of California. Jerome G. Kerwin. B.A., 1919, Dartmouth College; M.A., 1921, Ph.D., 1926, Columbia University. Fr. Charles N.R. AAcCoy. B.A., 1932, Dartmouth College; Ph.D., 1938, The University of Chicago; Ph.D., 1941, Laval University (Canada). Richard J. Roberts, SJ. B.A., 1935, University ot San Francisco; M.A.. 1943, St. Louis University; S.T.L., 1949, Alma College: Ph,D., 1961 , St. Louis University. Stephen Junko, Ji. B.S., 1933, United States Naval Academy; M.A. 1957, The George Washington University; Ph.D., 1962. Stanford University. William R. James. B.A., 1953, University ot Nevada; M.A., 1956, San Jose State College. Marguerite M. Mycue. B.S., 1963, Texas Woman s Univer- sity; M.A., 1965, Texas Woman s University. Jeanne T, Pollard. B.A., 1954, University ot California at Los Angeles; M.A., 1 956, Stanford University. James F. Twohy. B.A., 1907, University of Santa Clara. Department of Psychology. Richard J. Stanek, chairman. B.S., 1950, Loyola University; M.A., 1953, Loyola University; Ph.D., 1956, Loyola Uni- versity. Karl M. Schmidt. B.A., 1935, University of Santo Clara; M.A., 1945, University of Washington. Leo P. Rock, S.J. Ph.L., 1952, Gonzaga University; S.T.L., 1959, Alma College. Department of Sociology: Witold Krassowski, chairman. B.Sc, 1952, Purdue Univer- sity; M.A., 1954, Purdue University; Ph.D., 1963, University of California at Los Angeles. John H. McNamara. B.A., 1953, University of California at Santa Barbara; M.A., 1958, University of California at Los Angeles. Department of Speech and Dramo; Robert F. Shea, chairman. B.A., 1938, Trinity College; M.A,, 1953, University of South Dakota. Roger D. Gross. B A., 1957, University of Oregon; M.A. 1958, University of Minnesota. Department of Theology: Bartholomew L. O Neill, chairman. B.A., 1925, Gonzaga University; M.A., 1926. Gonzaga University; S.T.L. 1933, St. Mary s College iKansas ' . Raymond F. Copeland, S.J. B.A., Gonzaga University; M.A., 1927, Gonzaga University; S.T.L. 1935, Alma Col- lege; Ph.D., 1950, St. Louis University. fHugh C. Donovan, S.J. M.A., 1919, Gonzaga University. John F. Dullea, S.J. M.A., 1952, Gonzaga University; S.T.L., 1960, University of Innssbruck Rev. Louis J. Endrody. L.L.D., 1929, University of Cardinal Peter-Pazmany, Budapest; Diplome de I Institut des Hautes Erudes Internationales, University of Paris. Tfieodore J. Mackin, S.J., B.A., 1946, Gonzaga University; M.A. 1948, Gonzaga University; S.T.L., 1954, Alma Col- lege; S.T.D., 1958, The Pontifical Gregorian University. Xi James B. Boulden. B.S., 1951, University of Illinois,- B.B.A., 1954, Baylor University; M.S., 1955,; D.B.A., 1958, Indiana University. Paul L. Brown. B.S., 1937, University of Illinois; M.S., 1941, Oklahoma A M; Ph.D., 1944, Ohio State University. B. Bollard Cheatham. B.S., 1933, United States Naval Academy; M.A.f 1963, Stanford University. Paul V. Harrell. B.S., 1943, University of California at Los Angeles; M. in Accounting, 1960, University of California at Los Angeles; C.P.A., 1961 , State of California. Harry P. Hortkemeier. B.S., 1927, University of Louisville; M.A., 1928, Harvard University; Ph.D., 1930, The Univer- sity of Chicago. Robert F. Jacobs. LL.B., 1951, The University of Santa Clara. Eliot Jones. B.A., 1906, Vanderbilt; M.A., 1908, Ph.D., 1913, Harvard University. Joseph P. Kelly. Ph.B., 1933, Holy Cross College; M.S. 1959, Columbia University; Ph.D., 1963, Columbia. Joseph L. Martin, S.J.B.S.C, 1932, University of Santa Clara; M.S., 1939, Gonzaga University; S.T.B, 1947, Alma College. Roger D. McAuliffe, S.J. M.A., 1943, Gonzaga University; S.T.L., 1950, Alma College. Alexander A. Tait, S.J. M.A., 1940 Gonzaga University. Tennant C. Wright, S.J. M.A., 1956, Gonzaga University. School of Business Charles J. Dirksen, Dean John Pagani, Associate Dean; choirman. Department of Accounting. B.S.C., 1932, University of Santa Claro; Ph.D., 1951, Stonford University. Lawrence C. Lockley, chairman. Department of Marketing. B.A., 1920, University of California; M. A., 1921, University of California; M.A., 1928, Harvard University; Ph.D., 1928, Harvard University. D. Robert Papera, chairman. Department of Finance. B.A., 1949, Stanford University; M.A., 1951, Stanford Univer- sity; Ph.D., 1958, Stanford University. Joseph M. Trickett, chairman. Department of Manage- ment. Ph.B., 1936, Washburn University; M.B.A., 1942, Stanford University; Ph.D., 1953. O. Robert Anderson. B.A., 1934, University of Washington; C.P.A., 1941, State of Oregon; M.B.A., 1942, University of Washington. Lewis F. Boitano. B.S.C., 1947, University of Santa Clara; C.P. A., 1947, State of California. Choiho Kim. B.A., 1958, Ouachita College; M.S., 1959, Columbia University; Ph.D., 1963, Columbia University. John R. Lowry. B.S., 1953, West Virginia University; M.B.A., 1957, University of Pittsburgh; Ph.D., 1959, Uni- versity of Pittsburgh. Charles F. Louie. B.S., 1954, University of California; M.B.A., 1955, University of California; Ph.D., 1963, Uni- versity of California. George L. Miller. B.A., 1958, L.A. State College; Ph.D., 1965, Claremont University College. Seymour H, Miller, B.A., 1939, University of Chicago: Ph.D,, 1957 Columbia University. Jospeph F.X. Monasta, B,A. 1936, Anselm College; M,B,A,, 1948, Stanford University. Frank Petfipher, B.S,C., B.Sc, 1925, Birmingham University lEngland) D.Sc, 1927, Birmingham University. School of Engineering Robert J. Paiden, Dean Civil Engineering: Henry V. Hahne, chairman. BSCE., 1949, Technische Ho- chschule, Graz, Austria,- Ph.D., 1954, Stanford University. James W. Robertson. B.S., 1959, University of Colorado; M.B.A., 1960, University of Denver,- D.B.A. 1963, Univer- sity of Washington. Robert H. Keyser. BSCE., 1950, Michigan State College; MSCE., 1951, Michigan State College; Ph.D., 1961, Uni ' versify of Wisconsin. Robert Smith. M.S., 1956, Washington University, St. Louis, Harold M. Tapay. B.Sc, 1946, University of British Columbia; MSME, 1949, University of Washington. Electrical Engineering: Richard C. Dorf, chairman. BSEE., 1955, Clarkson College of Technology; MSEE., 1 957, University of Colorado; Ph.D., 1962, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School. John D. Bruce. B.S,, 1957, University of Kansas; M.S., 1960, University of Kansas; Ph.D., 1962, University of Kansas. Shu-Park Chan. BSEE., 1955, Virginia Military Institute; MSEE., 1957., University of Illinois; PhD., 1963, University of Illinois. Eugene J. Fisher. B.M.E., 1950, University of Santa Clara. George M. Mille r. BSEE., 1949, University of Wisconsin; MSEE., 1952, University of Wisconsin. Henry P. Nettesheim. BSEE., 1946, University of Wisconsin; MSEE, 1951, Stanford University. Randolph F.C. Shen. B.A., 1945, National Wu-Han Uni- versity (Chinal; M.A., 1951, University of California at Los Angeles; Ph.D., 1964, University of Illinois. Jock A. Peterson. BSEE, 1949, University of Idaho; MSEE, 1953, University of Idaho. Louis J- Shuster. D.B.A., 1961, University of Washington; M.B.A., 1955, University of Washington; B.A., 1953, Sacramento State College. C. Lloyd Thorpe. B.B.A., 1953, Golden Gate College; M.B.A., 1953, Golden Gate College; M.A., 1961, San Francisco State. Edwin Timbers. B.A., 1944, West Virginia University; M.A., 1951, University of Michigan; Ph.D., 1954, University of Michigan, Zbynek L. Vancura. B.A., 1951, Netherlands School of Economics; Drs. (Econornicsl 1954. Peter Van den Dool. B A., 1960, University of Oregon; M.A., 1962, University of Oregon; D. B.A,, Candidate, University of Oregon. Dragoslav D. Sili|ak BSEE., 1958, University of Belgrade; AASEE., 1961. University of Belgrade; Sc.D., 1964, Univer- sity of Belgrade, Raymond B, Yarbrough, BSEE, 1958, University of Cali- fornia; Ph.D., 1963, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School. Mechanical Engineering: Richard K. Pefley, chairman. B.A., 1944, Stanford Univer- sity; M.S., 1951, Stanford University; M.E., 1960, Stanford University. Charles H. Dawson. MSMath, 1941, University of Roches- ter; Ph.D.EE. 1952, Iowa State. Eugene J Fisher. BSME, 1950, University of Santo Claro; M.S., 1965, Stanford University. George G. Herzl. M.Sc, Physics, 1958, Arizona State; Doctorate, Physics, 1962, Germany. Henry A. McKenna. BSME, 1955, University of Santa Clara, Donald McNeil. B.A., 1957, University of Santa Claro; LL.B., 1961, Harvard University. Edwin J. Owens. B.A., 1919, Holy Cross College; LL.B., 1922, Harvard University; LL.D., 1952, University of Santa Clara lOn Leave). Samuel F. Pearce. B.A., 1952; LL.B, 1955, University of Washington. Marcel B. Poche. B.A., 1956, University of Santa Clara; LL.B., 1 961 , University of California. John M. Raymond. B.A,, 1916, Princeton University; LL.B, 1921, Harvard University. John Schatz, Jr. B.A., 1947, San Jose State College; LL.B., 1950, University of Santa Clara. Austen D. Warburton. B.A., 1938, San Jose State College; LL.B., 1 941 , University of Santa Clara. ADMINISTRATION Mrs. Viola F. Komena, Dean of Women Mr. Jerald G. McGrath, Deon of Men David P. Arata, Registrar Edward R. Boland, S.J., Librarian, Orradre Library Patrick J. Carroll, S.J., Assistant Chaplain Lee O. Case, Director of Development Marygrace Colby, Director of Women s Athletics Brother Joseph A. Connolly, Buildings and Grounds Mrs. Eunice L. Cottrell, Placement Director Donald J. Duggan, S.J., Library Anthony F. Frugoli, S.J., Administrator Carl M. Fischer, G uidance Virgil E. Gaul, Comptroller William C. Gianera, S.J., Student Counselor, School of Business Charles F. Guenther, S.J., Vice-President for Finance Peggy Ma|or, News Director George P. Malley, Athletics Richard J. Mornsey, Executive Secretary Paul B. Murphy, Director of Publications Joseph L. Nicolas, Audio-Visua John P. O ' Connell, S.J., Student Counselor Philip J. Oliger, S.J., Student Chaplain Peter A. Ponelli, Director of Personnel William B. Perkins, S.J., Vice-President for Student Services Jospeh J. Pociosk, S.J., Director, Art Gallery Richard F. Rebello, Bookstore Leo P. Rock, S.J., Director Testing and Counseling Walter E. Schmidt, S.J., Vice-President for Public Relations Frank A. Schneider, Director of Financial Aids Arthur D. Spearman, S.J., Archives William P. Truran, Director of Student Housing Edward V. Warren, S.J., Director, Extension Division Robeit I, Muiiciy. B.S., 1944, Stantoid University,- M.S., 1950, Stantoid University. Gerald E. AAarkle, Director of Computer Center. B.S., 1936, University of Detroit; MS. 1938, University of Detroit, M.S., 1940, University of Michiigan; Ph.D., 1954, Wayne State University. John J. Dutton. A. A., 1949, Victoria College; B.A., 1955, University of California; LL.B., 1958, University of Califor- nia. Mary B. Emery. B.A., 1960, San Jose State College; J.D 1964, Harvard; LL.B., 1963, University of Santa CIok, Michel A. Saad. B.Sc. 1949, Alexandria University; MSME, 1953, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ph.D., 1956, University of Michigan. Clarence J. Ferrari, Jr. B.A., 1956, Stanford University; LL.B., 1959, Stanford University. Haskell M. Goodman. B.A., 1945, LL.B., 1947, Harvoid University Aldan R. Gough (on leave ' . B.A., 1956,; M.A., Stanford University; LL.B., 1962, University of Santa Clara. Jerry A. Kasner. B.S., 1955, J.D., 1957, Drake University. Jay F. Lutz. B.A., 1961, University of California at Los Arigeles; LL.B., 1964, University of California at Los Ange- les; Dean Emeritus, Princeton College of Lav School of Law Leo A. Huord, Dean George A. Strong, Assistant Dean. B.S., 1944, University of Notre Dame; M.A., 1952, University of California; LL.B, 1955, University of Santa Clara. William A. Antonioli. B.A., 1950, LL.B. 1953, University of Santa Clara. James L. Blawie. B.A., 1950, University of Connecticut; M.A., 1951, Boston University; J.D., 1955, University of Chicago; Ph.D., 1959, Boston University. John E. Cavanagh. B.A.. 1941. University of Oregon; J.D. , 1949, LL.M., 1952. George Washington University. Daniel R. Cowens B.A., 1943; LL.B, 1950, University of California. Henry A. Dietz. B.S., 1929, University of Oregon; LL.B.. 1933, University of California. Graham Douthwaite. B.A., 1933, LL.B., 1936, University of Witwaterstand; B.C.L., 1940, Oxford University. » ' ' : • ' !- m ■- IV., ' . GRADUATE STUDIES AT SANTA CURA U.BA. P OGRAH Charles J. Dirksen Dean, School of Business The undergraduate program in business at Santa Clara Incorporates a generous mix of courses designed to acquaint students with the culture in which business units operate. Such courses range in scope from the verbal arts, literature, history and philosophy and ultimately in theology which defines the ultimate ob|ective of man and the purpose of a Santa Clara education. Concomitantly with the liberalizing courses, the student is required to study certain areas of business generally described as basic and to which all member schools of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business subscribe. These include economics, accounting, finance, marketing, organization, statistics and policy. Although some degree of specialization is permitted, it is not the aim of the faculty to restrict a student to a narrow view of some phase of business activity, but to provide an educational base that will serve him well in his understanding of our culture and economy to meet the problems of the next several decades. In addition to an undergraduate program, the School of Business through its graduate division offers both the MBA. and Ph.D. degrees. The AA.B.A. degree constitutes a self-contained program available to all students regardless of undergraduote background. Quarter unit requirements range from a minimum of forty-five to a maximum of sixty-three Essentially, the objective of the educational training in the MBA, is that of management in its broader context. Courses ore directed to the design of techniques for the solution of complex business problems through the development of analytical economic and decision models. The Ph.D. is the most recent addition to the academic programs of the School of Business. Such a curriculum is an expression on the port of Santo Clara that it has both the faculty and the facilities to take its place in graduate education and eventually provide an inventory of highly trained personnel for the teaching profession and for research in government and business. The School of Business through its Management Center also offers a wide and varied series of training programs to those actively engaged in government and business. John Pagani Associate Dean, School of Business QflNlA CWRA ' e VRIYBfRD Richard Dorf Diiector, Graduate Division Robert J. Parden Dean, School of Engineering SANTA CLARAS EARLY BIRDS Not too long ago it was possible for on engineer to attend a university, enter engineering practice, and be reasonably certain that he could remain abreast of technical developments throughout his professional life. The number of new innovations introduced each year was small, and he could accommodate to these changes relatively easily. Since World War II, however, this placid scene has changed. The current rate of introduction of new knowledge about science and the applications of science makes if increasingly difficult to remain current. A particular specialty may be eliminated or seriously modified by the Introduction of new methods and materials. Assignments which might occupy most of each man s time are now completed by computers Technological obsolescence of mental abilities compoiable to technological displacement of manual skills, is very real Continuing education formal education which parollels |ob experience - is one way in which the efforts of the individual to remain current can be sustained Evening classes have been the traditional method of attending courses offered outside of work ing hours. Since both the students and the instructor may have hod a long day, fatigue is a constant adversary To overcome this serious problem, Santa Clara initiated a part-time program for employed engineers in the hours before work. The fresh end of the day is best for learning. It was immediately tabbed the " early bird program with all the connotations thereof Engineers who have already earned a bachelor s degree in some area of engineering, science, or mathematics, ore admitted to courses which ore scheduled between seven and nine in the morning. Each course receives two hours credit A student can enroll in five different courses during the five days of the week. A master s degree may be earned m three to four years Should a student attend graduate school full-time or accept employment and continue in a program sucfi as the Early Bird ' The answer is probably both Each individual s financial, marital interest pattern controls his choice. But it is apparent that many students who earn a master ' s degree full-time continue in course work to help sustain their technical competence. If is -no longer possible to count on an education that ends when the |0b assignment begins. Rev. Thomas D. Terry, S.J. Dean, College of Arts and Sciences At Santa Clara, the undergraduate colleges are the core of the University. However m tune with modern education, the University has graduate programs in three of its colleges. The larger two are in Business Administration and Engineering, each of which has over 600 students. The vast majority of these are working for Master s degrees. However within the lost year the University has instituted a doctoral program. The Master s program in the College of Arts and Sciences is smaller. It has less than 100 students in different departments. The M.A. degree is given in English and History. In Educotion two Masters degrees ore given. One in teaching at the secondary level; the other for pupil personnel services. In addition to these, many students spend their fifth year obtaining a general secondary credential which permits them to teach in public schools. One other unique program is the M.S.T.M. (Master of Science in the teaching of Mathematics). This is a program for people who ore already teaching who come to Santa Clara each summer to do this work. The Graduate Division of the University serves both our own students who wish further education and at the same time provides service to the area. The ma|ority of students enrolled in the Graduate Divi- sion are graduates of colleges other than Santa Clara The Graduate Division is an ambitious and busy part of the cam pus. Classes begin at 7 a.m. and end at 10 p.m. flJ2[QANV Sa NCK: GRADIWE DIVf fOM Rev. John M. Hynes, S.J. Associate Dean College of Arts and Sciences CROOL CP LAW The School of Low seeks to graduate lawyers who ore competent and ethical. To this end, the curriculum is directed to a study of the processes by which the courts and other |udi- ciol bodies decide controversies and a study of the legal rules and principles which guide them. The administration and faculty of the School of Law believe that the most effective teaching frequently is not teaching in any formal sense. Intellect and moral character are not de- veloped merely in tormal class sessions. Therefore, the School of Law is committed to a policy of maintaining intimacy and contact between professor and student during classes and through the day. Full-time faculty mem- bers are available for consultation with stu- dents throughout the day. Leo A. Huard Dean, School of Law George A. Strong Assistant Dean, School of Law RRerV AR SrUDEMS The fust year class is the largest in the history of SCU law school, With seventy-six students entering. Each faces three years of intensive study to attain his goal. Ahead are hours of pouring over case notes and decisions which form the basis of the Common Law, and paramount figures of ludicial history will become familiar names as the student reads and interprets their decisions. The law s pas great- ness is studied to understand its foundation so that the student can add to its future development. ». ■ ' V .1. .. Z ' ' ■-:., : SBA Officers: William Sullivan, Juliet Chargin, Henry Talifer STUDENT m AQQOCmON The Student Bar Association is the student governing body of the School of Low. Open to all students, the Student Bar is responsible tor the Campbell Lecture Series, Moot Court St. Thomas More Society and all social events held for the law students. The Student Bar is also charged with the preservation and administration of the student code of honor, and each student is the censor of his own conduct and that of his fellow students. i « " •- . SECONJD V5 STUDEMS The Moot Court program competi- tion was the outstanding pro|ect in which all members of the second year class participated. The stu- dents were divided into two-man teams to argue unresolved prob- lems in the law. Oral argument was presented before a three man appellate court which was com- posed of attorneys and |udges. Roger Sanborn was the winner of this year s cot npetition. The second year class actually participated in the Student Bar Association under the leadership of James Leathers, Jr., class repre- sentative. Student Bar officers from the class included Wm. Sul- livan, Henry Talifer and Juliet Chargin. Members of this class also partici- pated as candidates for the Santa Clara Lawyer, the law school ' s legal publication. Several of the candidates had their articles pub- lished in this legal penodical. Juliet Chargin Thomas Hansen Grace Kubota James Leathers Jay Lipman William Locke-Paddon David Mouse! Alan Nobler Roger Sanborn Roger Stoddard Henry Talifer Thomas White MOOT COURT OOMMfTTEE James Arnold, Aurelio Munoz, Rodencl- Reames, Frank Clohon, Lloyd Williams PWf ALPHA DEm Phi Alpha Delta, Law Fraternity, offers practical traming to help its members bridge the gap between the academic emphasis in law school and the actual handling of clients and their problems,- it affords its members an opportunity to associate with prominent members of the bench and the bar at fraternity- sponsored functions; it furnishes the young lawyer a forum in which he may become acquainted with practicing at- torneys from throughout the country,- and through its active chapters it gives the law student the opportunity to de- velop friendships which will ripen into life-long professional associations. 97 (SRADLWriM lAW SlUDENie This year the largest number of law students to ever graduate from Santa Clara are finishing their law school studies. In addition to the third year day division, the first group of evening school graduates will take the California Bar Examination this summer. These men hope to equal the outstanding record of accomplishment set by last year ' s graduates, when over ninety percent of the Santa Clara Law School graduates passed the Bar Exam. James Arnold Eugene Ashton Richard Burris Jack Cardinale James Chang Darold Cook Herbert Cropper Michael Diepenbrock Robert Ennis Roderick Fagan Louis FischI William Glennon Richard Gomez Thurmon Gray Ernest Ito Frank Mills Aurelio Munoz Francis Murphy Edwin Pearce Gary Priest Roderick Reames Daniel Skemp John Tower Louis Wies Lloyd Williams 98 David Mcquire, Eugene Ashton, James Leathers, Daniel Skemp, James Chang, Ken Suddleson, Tom Tanner OVUFBELt LEClURt SERIES Robert Ennis, David Mcquire, Roderick Reames, Louis Wies. SANJIA OARA lAWVER The Santa Clara Lawyer is the student edited legal periodical of the University of Santa Clara School of Law. It is published biannually for the benefit of scholars, |udges, attorneys and law students. The objectives of the Lawyer are twofold: First it seeks to provide the profession with current materials of legal significance, carefully researched and analyzed, and to shed light on problems facing the practicing lawyer and |udge. Second, the Lawyer seeks to train students in sound analysis and precise legal writing. In its six years of publica- tion the Santa Clara Lawyer has achieved notional circula- tion. Editor: Roderick Reames. Staff: Robert Ennis, Thurmon Groy, Louis FischI, Roderick Reames, Frank Clohan, James Arnold, David Mcquire, Aurelio Munoz, Daniel Skemp, Frank Mills, Gary Priest, William Glennon. ASUSC ij; ' ' ■• di]k%it«m ;»m .:MimmiJigim 101 R ccGMmcN ccM uma All the clubs and organizations on campus that bear the university ' s name are r ecognized and supervised by the ASUSC Recognition Committee. This past year the committee recognized five new clubs; the Young Republicans, the Flying Club, Historical Society, Santa Clara Christian Action Program, and the Irish Club. Also, questionnaires were sent to all clubs on campus to evaluate their activities since Fall 1965. Any group of students who wish to form a club are eligible for recognition and ASUSC funds, if they hove a good purpose and a constitution. 102 Rj CRUmN COM UfTTK The purpose of the Recruiting Committee is to serve as a liaison between the ASUSC and high school students. The Committee has sponsored two high school days to enable high school students to become familiar with the Santa Clara campus. The first high school day, for seniors, was held m the fall. In the spring quarter a high school |unior day was set up by the committee. This committee has been the recipient of considerable assistance from Mr. Richard Jonsen, Director of Admissions of University. 103 RULKCC UMfTTK The Rules Committee, one of five standing Senate committees, proposes to the Senate, amendments to the ASUSC. This year, the committee considered the dress regulations dormitory-rules, the off-campus housing system, the election of the head cheerleader, the establishment of a Constitutional Committee, the apportionment in the Senate, and the philosophy of a university. The Rules Committee proposed and the Senate passed legislation relating to the above areas. 104 ACAD£ UrC CO UMfTTK The Academic Committee, the newest senate standing committee successfully completed its first year of activity under the chairmanship of Tom Grigliatti. This committee demonstrated the expansion of student government interests in the betterment of Santo Clara, by carrying that interest into the academic atmosphere of the campus. 105 cooflL cow rm The Social Committee is on ASUSC committee appointed by the Social Vice-President. The purpose of the organization is to coordinate all social events on campus. It is their duty to see that all social events are properly planned and carried out. In addition it makes suggestions throughout the year as to how the social events and life on campus can be improved. 106 RAUy AND CHra L OERS The University of Santa Claras Rally Committee is composed of a group of enthusiastic individuals who play a fun- damental role in establishing the school spirit and morale of the University. Its general purpose is to prepare formal rallies before each athletic event and to organize half-time entertainment for the football and basketball seasons. Its members have the responsibility of setting a proper ex- ample of enthusiasm for the student body. PR0BL9 US CCMMfTTK The Problems Committee of the Senate concerns itself with problems affecting the Student Body and the University Community in areas not already encompassed by the other standing committees. It concentrates in general on the philosophy of the university and the goals toward which the student body must strive. Such a study of theory would be impossible for the Senate as a whole. Once having transgressed the realm of ideas, the Problems Committee proposes specific questions or plans to the other committees for solution or implimentation. 108 CrUD MTDfR-EiOORV Under the direct lurisdiction of this year ' s ASUSC corresponding secretory, Dove Hickey, the Student Directory Committee ogressively initiated a program of expansion. In addition to residence information on students, the directory included a faculty and staff index, o roster of clubs and organizations, and an academic calendar. 109 UBcnoN coMurn The Election Committ-ee is one of the standing committees of the ASUSC. It has as its task the |ob of supervising and promoting all ASUSC elections. The committee tries to take an overview of all elections and election procedures in its effort to be fair to all participants. The committee is occasionally forced to relax its unusually rigid enforce- ment of campaign and election procedures. The committee additionally takes respon- sibility for conducting both balloting and tabulation of results. Membership on the committee is by appointment only. 110 fR£QUMAN ORiWmON COMUfTTEE The Freshman Orientation Committee played a key role in a new type of program for frosh week. This committee conducted the social activities for the week. Among the activities were mixers, introductions of members of the administration, the faculty and the ASUSC executive board, inter-dorm competition in athletics and skits, and a beach party. The Class of 69 showed their appreciation by sending the Sophomore Class President, Tim Smith, on a free one-way flight to Vancouver. The Freshman Orientation Committee succeeded m supplying the freshmen with a week of lively activities. Ill QUDwr The Student Court is the vehicle through which the students at Santo Clara shore the responsibility in the area of student discipline. The Court has jurisdiction on virtually all cases involving University life. The Justices, chosen for their integrity, judgment and the respect which they command from all segments of the University ore charged with upholding the goals of the University when they interpret and apply the code of low made by the students in the Senate. Tom Bender Chief Justice Mike Ziemann Associote Justice Terry Lyons Attorney General The Prosecution Department of the Associated Students is responsible for the pre-trial investigation and courtroom prosecution of all violations of ASUSC legislation, for the defense of the Associated Students m all appeals, and for maintaining relations between the deans offices and student government. Under the direction of Attorney-General Terry Lyons this year, the Department worked in con|uction with the Blackstone Legal Society and i222 m providing individual students with legal experience as well as providing the ASUSC with competent service. IXX RT | . .vn. Dan McCoy Associate Justice Chuck Kryski Associate Justice Joe Joconi Defense Council iBOURB oo mm 1 The ASUSC Lecture Series was, contrary to public opinion, in existence this year. Formerly the Arts and Sciences-ASUSC Lecture Series, under the direction of Chairman Geff Greiveldinger, it sponsored notable speeches and did other things that made the Arts and Sciences Association glad to be rid of it. But, proud in spirit and pure of heart, the Committee members are pleased with themselves. 114 STUDENT WJD800I6 CCMMfTTK The student harTdbook, The Mission, is an annual publication presented to bewildered freshmen upon arrival at the University. It dnects the incoming freshmen to the many opportunities offered on campus. Expanding with ASUSC s New Role, The Mission has increased in size so as to present a complete picture of Bronco life. 115 uoMBomiNG comm i j ji iwtiiiWii i liiiiiMF ' - ' J ' .. - 3fe.- »«. . %.% The purpose of the Homecoming Committee is to organize events during the Foil for the return of the Alumni. The committee co-ordinates with the Alumni office to insure that the events planned will be to the enjoyment of Student Body and Alumni alike. The committee is headed by a chairman, who in turn, appoints the different and varied sub-committee positions. Working with a budget of thousands, this committee is one of the biggest and most well organized on campus. 116 BJROP SrUDfK AND TOUR COM UfTTK The Committee is composed of the students who spent lost yeor studying at campuses in Europe and it directs its activities to aiding Santa Clara students m preparing for study abroad. Members gave a number of talks and slide shows to acquaint Sophomores about the various possi- bilities available to them for a Junior year in Europe, trying to convince as many as possible that it would be an experience they shouldn ' t miss. In addition, the Committee gave out information on student tours and work and study programs during the summer months. 117 fNm a UURAL CCMMfrmE While varsity athletics are very popular in college, not all men and women con qualify. Thus the Intramural Committee organizes leagues and sponsors trophy and award banquets for such sports as basketball, softboll, football, volleyball swimmmg, bowling and handball. Participation is open to all students. 118 aiA t U£Ry Ff OGRAM ccMum The Summer Orientation Program is designed to aquaint incoming Freshmen and transfer students with each other and with the returning uppercla ssmen. In addition, this program helps new students prepare for life at Santa Clara. This goal is accomplished through informal parties, teas, and gatherings sponsored by the members of this program and their respective committees. 119 CLUBS QUMMEIZPIZO The Summer Orientation Program is designed to acquaint incoming Freshmen and transfer students with each other and with the returning upperclassmen. In addition, this program helps new students prepare for lite at Santa Clara, This goal is accomplished through informal parties, teas, and gatherings sponsored by the members of this program and their respective committees. ' Wana.. E-S renew? ' i jg ELI: . , "'?'e,- -s..fLzs.e.c K .- 4 "LL1..':aiauna-ssh? .5. L.-. Zslgf ..e,,.n-.....z,IL' .' 119 p. .f CLUB 575 decidedly better for their association. Here, right m front of God and everybody, is one of those rare moments of 1 965-66, Vespa and friends. Club 575. From right to left, they are-. Don Moyer, leader of the Red Hat Band and future San Jose attorney; Ernie De Gasparis, Redwood editor and general extortionist; Mike Crowley, Master Elec- trical Engineer, mountain man, and currently Peace Corpsman iNigenai; John Moore, Australia s soft-speaking Christian gift to parameter plane interstellar flight control systems, general genius, and soon to receive his PhD. m Electrical Engineering; Kevin McCarthy, former Owl editor. Phoenix president, writer, quasi-guitarist, boy theologian and general shirker of domestic responsibilities, and Peter Sullivan, ASUSC Vice President, double mojor m Electrical Engineering and Medicine 3.6 GPA , winner of S4,000 in fellowships for the academic year 1966-67, and top light- weight oarsman, white socks and all. They were and are very likely to remain a somewhat motley outfit, but de- cidedly better for their association. 122 UCAJUiO QUCCB IN m Group effort will work wonders as the above people will testify. No single organ- ization has ever brought so much |oy, chaos and havoc to Santa Clara. It is doubtful whether such great heights will ever be reached ogam. Our hats are off to these wonderful and gifted people! 123 Under the able leadership of l(b Man of the Year Jim Farwell, the DS.A. progressed toward its chief goal of stimulating interest among day students in the Santa Clara life. With the help of his mature and well-groomed officersi?) shown m the above picture, Jim was able to give the day students the opportunity to take an active interest m the cultural, social, athletic, and apostolic activities at Santa Clara- During the past year the association sponsored a number of diversified and successful events, ranging from a pre-onentation party for all incoming bay area freshmen to the annual Christmas Basketball Tournament. 124 f The Sanctuary Society consists of university men who participate in the liturgical functions of the campus community, primarily through Serving Mass in the Mission Church. They are also available for assistance in the other ceremonial activities, such as Holy Week and the Graduation exercises. This is the oldest organization at Santa Clara dating back to the establishment of the university. 125 COVflUfY OP CUR lAVY VB IOPQ The Sodality of Santo Cloro is o religious association of men ond women organized under the special patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary for o threefold end: the sanctificotion of themselves, of others, and the defense of the Church. In assuming a life of spiritual practices and apostolic action, the Sodalists attempt to convey their aspiration into achievements in leading their neighbors to better lives, and in applying Catholic principles to society. The Santa Clara Sodality is a pre-professional Sodality aiming toward the development of a spiritual approach to the professional commit- ment required of a college graduate. 126 FULLER. IWSnOPAnON N THE LHUR SV The Lambda Society is an organization on campus that promotes lay participation in the liturgy by providing commentators, readers, porters, singers, and organists for all of the student dialogue Masses. In view of this augmented interest in the Church ' s liturgical movement, students hove willfully accepted the challenge of more Christian responsibilities. . ■J . J y ' r f Vii K V ••£» ' . 127 QOOflLJUOnCB Amigos Anonymous is a Chnstian student movement maintaining summer pio|ects in Mexico. The Sonta Clam members worl- with 150 other students from colleges and universities around the Bay Area, returning year after year to carry on community development programs in 12 towns and villages in Mexico. The Boy Area group has fostered other Amigos organizations in Los Angeles and Seattle. The students work year-round, hiere in San Jose they ore working in tutoring and a community devlopment program. Members train foi four months before going to Mexico. The training emphasizes community development method, Spanish, cultural background, and needed skills. Amigos come by invitation into the villages to live and to learn alongside the Mexican people. Amigos Anonymous is older than the Peace Corps. im " CAfr " GO im cyiNG in The Red Hat Band is life and spirit at all Santa Clara home football and basketball games. No rally is complete without the Dixieland sounds of The Saints Go Marching In. This unique musical organization serves as an inspiration for students and ball players alike. As for the Red Hatter no other group could be more fun. It s a gas! 129 KZ$: ' TRCU CmTNOrWfllic t f Pledge week Dean McGrath The grail Marshmallows Thou shalt keep off the grass Karo Syrup and feathers Registration March of Dimes Haircut, anyone Tully Road stables TGIF Ushering Tours Would you believe Kappa Zeta Phi? Leff fo right: Hoffman, Morf, Orell (snake), Racquet, Rodgers, Gavello, Kinkle, Shimmin, Crowner, Cross, McHale, Glover, Jaconi, Weimer, Kellogg, Jimenez, Taggert, Biagi, Ford, Reagen, Whitconock. Alpha Sigma Nu is the national Jesuit honor fraternity. The watchwords of Alpha Sigma Nu are scholarship, loyalty, and service. In their |unior year, two persons from each of the four campus colleges who hove most distinguished themselves in these fields are elected to the fraternity by the dean of their college. Alpha Sigma Nu represents the entire student body when dealing with ac ademically oriented ques- tions within the university. Left to right: Sullivan, Moreno, Tom, Michalak, Konrad, Gemello, Cameron, Bender, Kryski, Sestero, Ranohan, Riley, Sullivan, Greiveldlnger, Ruona. A E N : Qa4Cm UlP, LOVUJV AND Q mACB 131 MOLDQ e OP MODERN TKM OLO(SV The Engineering Society participates in the majority of school functions during the course of the academic year. It also serves as on integral part of Homecoming, class picnics, and other traditional activities. The engineers hold an informal dinner which is attended by all interested members of the faculty. This gathering affords the students an opportunity to converse freely with the engineering professors and in this way get better insight into the engineering profession. The general purpose of the society is to help the engineer become adjusted to college life and to the pursuit of his desired profession. 132 PA 9Q. lU WAV FOR FUTURE EN N ERS The Santa Clara chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers affords civil engineering students an opportunity to meet members of the engineering profession, develop professional attitudes, and sup- plement class work with an interesting variety of technical discussions. The chapter sponsors field trips, lectures, and an annual convention for the interest of its members. 4 . MJ if f ' 3 ■ ■■• I ■ 1 1 w -- 1 H 4 tt Hum p - ' " -- fl S _l : Tjiir ' l " u ....M K g iyll gg 1 1 ■ ■ id L « H % AS U : DKfGNQ S OP TOMORI OU The Santo Clara Student Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers strives to acquaint its members and other interested students with the role of the mechanical engineer in business and industry. Field trips to local engineering concerns as well as lectures and informal talks by practicing engineers help to accomplish this. Another annual A.S.AA.E. activity is the regional speech contest, at which contestants from the Western U.S. vie for honors and cash awards. This year the Regional Conference was held at the Arizona State University in Tempe and several SCU members attended. 134 r. . . . SPARKS fMro Kr The gap between theory and practice is especially noticeable to the student embarking on his professional career. The lE.E.E. tries to soften the environ- mental shock for the embryonic electrical, by giving him a glimpse of the professional atmosphere. Speakers from industry, films and field trips to plants give an insight into the way pros make V — IR. This year Santa Clara placed high in LE.E.E. technical paper contests m competition with schools across the country. Tau Beta Pi is a national honor society, founded to honor those who have distinguished themselves through outstanding scholarship and exemplary character in the field of engineering. The California Zeta Chapter was established at Santa Clara in 1956, and presently elects about ten students to Its membership each year. The annual chapter pro|ect is a scholarship fund, which provides a partial scholarship to a deserving engineering student every year. A fine example of this years membership was Pete Sullivan, who received the Hewlett and Packard Fellowship from Stanford University. He will receive $2500 for the coming year to earn his MA in engineering. Left to right: Mitooka, Sullivan, Sauer, Mori, Eisele, Rodgers, Balestrieri, Hendrickson, Lightbody, Morton, Desrosiers, Deis. 1 ' I f fll I -y W iijm m s II Film Projection Committee: Skip Cumming Anne Howe Bro. Michael Cicinoto, O.S.J. Michoel Zimmermann, Treosurer Thomas R. Konrad, Presicient The Arts and Sciences Association serves to enhance the academic and cultural life of the University. It began the year by sending an introductory reading list to incoming frosh m the Arts and Sciences College. Other projects which Arts and Sciences participated in by sponsoring or coordina- ting included: the three term Cinema Clas- sics film series; ART 66, a Bay Area exhibit of student art; PHOTOGRAPHY 66, North- ern California student photography exhibit; and several special guest lecturers. Left to right: Diebel, Caputo, Tom, Ott, Mateo, Miyashiro, Leong, Yamaki WWAf IAN OUB CPR DS lU CUtTURE OP CUR SOTR Si TE The Hawaiian Club attempts to bring the spirit of the Islands to the Santa Clara campus. Membership in the club requires only that one be interested in Hawaiian culture whether his home be m Honolulu or Los Vegas. The high point of the club ' s activities is on annual luau with authentic Hawaiian entertainment. But there is even talk of sponsoring a surfing contest and exhibition at Santa Cruz next year. 138 IMTtRM ONAL STUDENT OUB UUIATEC The cultures of Europe, the intrigue of Arabia, the mysteries of the Orient, and the familiarity of the Americas are the tantalizing ingredients for the curious of heart. These are the elements of the International Students ' Club. Our members come from distant lands, from Russia and India to Jamaica and the United States. It has been our purpose this year to incorporate info our club functions the cultural flavor and mutual enthusiasm of an organization with our diversity and uniqueness. ?»-%■ u , % KCCJ: TR VOrC CP 1U9. OVOWJC Radio Station KSCU was instituted last year by an enterprising group of Santa Clara students. It has grown to the present proportions of a current working staff of over two hundred contributing station members. Its broadcasting hours run from 7 to 9 a.m. and from 3 through 1 a.m. Programming includes its own top thirty and a good amount of listening study music in the evening and early morning. The most outstanding feature of KSCU in this its first year of operation is its outstanding growth. From little more than the germ of an idea, it has grown into one of the largest organizations on campus both in personnel and the |ob it is doing. Front, left to right: Quackenbush, Sexton, Heinon, Johnson, Trambetta, Tone, Friedenbach, Coffey, Farnan, Owen, Prior, Weed; (kneeling), left to right: Connie, Cioffi, Dysort, Haworth, Sussonnj, Bacon, Mellor, Dickson, Olson, Duggan, Coleman, Wetzler, Kovacovich, Donahue, Reed, Fenton, McNiff, ' :. v. Mi] Moon, Branson (Station Manager); left to right: Schmiti, Wagner, Harring- ton, Kewon, Dinglesov, Brecker, Moise, Craven, Brie, Sullivan, Martin, Kelly, Poitevin, Atkins; Short, Nessle, Thomas, Zorgg, Roefield, Roybal, Cashin, Coleiro, Klose, Walter, Coppenrath, Thompson, Allan, Debel, Malley. :dr r - - ,« r-r j. ' •. ' $4 I.! ) fli FLVfN OUB COLOQ IN ' 66 For the first time in the University ' s history, Sonto Cloro has its own private air force. With bravery and cunning to match the legendary Red Baron and the Luftwaffe, Santa Clara ' s Flying Club has exhibited extraordinary drive and growth in its solo year. A fine example of its Bronco spirit was daringly displayed in an unprecedented retaliatory air attack on a neighboring college rival, St. Mary s College for Rowdies. However, its main interest does not lie in midnight sorties, but in the development of the flying spirit at SCU. 141 NB ER B fORJ , f EVER A yiN First row: Bull, Here II, Sundowner, Bean, Boobus, Tadpole, Buckbooboo, Chi Chi Fatnondes (Shots); Second row: Elf, R. A., Fig, Here I, Nips, Owl, Enos, Dallas, Hulk (Prefect); Third row: Jew, Ozone, Swede, Snake, Wafer- bury, Lippy, Punchy, Ghost, Mario (Garbaggio), Tuna, Zack; Fourth row; Chows, Ever, Bizorro, O.S., Puss, Senior Cat, Snapper, J. P., Minny, Abra- hamus. Rhino (hiding behind Abrohomus over his right shoulder), Freak, Leroy. Not pictured: Okiner, Woody, Spud, Oedipus Rex, Wino, Lerocks, Artichoke, Kams. P ® THE RODENTS is an informal campus organization, rising to notoriety during the transition of Santa Clara from the old to the New Role . It is composed of a brood cross section of the senior class. Its main purpose is maximum exploitation of its hedonistic potential. Often criticized, often envied, but never unnoticed, the Rodents have placed their mark on this university. Their actions were explosive, and many times condemned, but nevertheless they hove created opposition, a vital ingredient to the success of any truly liberal institution. To them, the exercise of dissent was sacred. The record stands, their future remains: detrimental or mstrumentol, only time will tell ... 142 BLOCK CC SPORTS QUCCBQQWL ATRLEnCV ARy The Block SC is composed of those hearty individuals who have distinguished themselves in ma|or sports at Santa Clara. Its members serve the school by ushering at athletic games and other school functions, by providing a variety of social activities, and by spreading Santa Clara s athletic fame. This year s outstanding example is Bob Miranda who was signed by the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. But probably the year s most demanding test of the current membership ' s desire and physical ability was its valiant defense of the renowned Beatles from the onslaught of female fanatics at the portals of the Cabana Hotel. Left to right; Miranda, Dooling, Stuckey, Dunlap, Lindenthal, Harvey, O ' Neill, Rodgers, Ennis, Guheen, Shea, Hoyden, Ruggero. %: - tx r The Minor Sports Association exists in order to promote interest among students in the many non-revenue bearing sports programs sponsored by the University. This is done primarily through publiciz- ing the various teams matches. It also conducts the annual election for the Minor Sports Sportsman of the Year. ' The teams represented ore: Bowling, Golf, Rifleteam, Rugby, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis, Track, Volleyball, Woterpolo, and Wrestling. .-4 i ' K ' S« a ! U. RKN PtAV R BERflWD An active concern with theatre, and an attachment to it, is the main purpose of the Clay M. Greene Players. This student organization seeks through its involvement in theatre to realize the art of the theatre. This involvement of the Clay M. Greene Players allows contact with the environment of drama people, and the Lifeboat Theatre building. Since the theatre is made up of people, the Clay AA. Greene Players welcome any personal interest in the dramatic arts. In the Clay AA. Greene this interest is directed as artistic and technical expirimentation and development. From the interest of our friends and members drama is created at Santa Clara University. Through this drama the Clay AA. Greene Players seek to communicate the art and genius of the world s ma|or dramatic artists. In this communication we seek to expand an interest in this art of theatre. AIPIN r(WTER£SrCm U FROM C a CLUB sporting interest in both water and snow skiing, the Ski Club features movies, organizes trips, and provides two ski clinics for the entire student body. A three-day Thanksgiving trip, five-day post-Chnstmas trip. Spring break trip, plus weekend water skiing excursions have become traditional. New this year is the Santa Clara Ski Weekend to Squaw Valley with skiing, lessons, races, ice skating, and a dance. 146 EAE NBA lA O UEN ' S SORORW OFFICERS L. to R.; Marsha Andersen, Maggie Weeks, Pat Sutherland, Janice DeLo Briandais, Rose Avila. Sigma Delta Upsilon is a service sorority established to enable womeri students to give, as the name states, service and dedication to the University. Sigma Delta members serve as hostesses, ushers, receptionists, public speakers, and workers in the community. All fund raising activities are directed toward the maintenance of a fund to buy books and periodicals for Orradre Library. lA O U ' C RECR AHON fl OCmON What IS the W R A. at Santa Clara ' ? ' Would you believe Wrestling, Rugby, Acrobatics? You might after the female, football tournament at the Powder puff Bowl ' . Actually, the W.R.A. is active in tennis, basketball, volleyball, bowling, and what every university should have — a women s rifle team. This organization also provides ushers for baseball and football games, a high school sportsday, secretarial work for the athletic office, and helps open the Easter Seal Camp m Santa Cruz each spring. Because of excellent sportsmanship in competition, S.C.U. was elected to represent California at the National Recreation Federation in Wisconsin. 148 INACTION.. U H BVRD FUE TMrGfr? Phoenix, the Fine Arts Association of the University of Santa Claro: runs a working gallery featuring first-rate exhibits of contemporary work, Bay Area student competitions in pho- tography, acrylics, oils, and mixed medio,- sponsors perfor- mances of the University ' s Ballet Ensemble in cooperation with the Department of Arts and Architectures,- presents in concert professional musicians in both Eastern and Western music; screens several film series including the greatest directors and films in the history of cinema. On occasion the byrd comes home to Nest (pictured above), flying subtle formation with Jefferson Airplane, who loves you. Pres.: Kevin McCarthy Secy: Nancy Mullen Faculty Advisor: Philip B. Welch. o 5 r . ' •♦ .v» PROCPKTS WfGR FOR The Archeological Society consists of students interested m working on original historical material. The club carries on work in the field and in the laboratory. Much progress has been made in restoring and cataloguing post finds. Trips last year included excursions to historical spots in the state and local Indian mounds. The society ' s finds were displayed in the de Saisset Art Gallery. 152 GLJ OUB UOVOQ QUCCBQQWL CONCERTS The Santa Clara Glee Club a forty member mixed chorus, under the direction ot S. Ross Bergantz has completed its 1965-66 concert season. With two ma|or concerts, during the winter and spring quarters, the Glee Club has performed to capacity audiences on both occasions. On a volunteer basis, the members have given up their free time for practices and performances, and have become a credit to the Music Department, and the University. Adele Bihn, Joan Bihn, Donna Damassa, Deonna Delvin, Dolores Doran, May Goodreau, Ginny Hulfen, Lynn Libbey, Vicky Muzio, Bonny Trent, Gail Warok, Judy Azcharias, Cathy Bushnell, Jan Dela Brandais, Carolyn Fisher, Debbi Fleming, Sherrill Ford, Judy Gilbert, Mary Gomes, Sandra Harrison, Karen Kovacovich, Mary Helen McCommons, Linda Beth Mills, Patricia Murphy, Marie Rebello, Patfi Simko, Loretta Smith, Jeanne Stephens, Sheelagh Tiernan, Tori Town, Richard Baker, Ray Kaliski, Mike Morf, Alan Schroder, Dennis Smolarski, Peter Dileo, Fred Franklin, Ralph Johnson, Stepan Schoenfeld, Bill Trovers, S. Ross Bergantz (Director), Kevin Henker (Accompanistl. ' iiw ii iPP m i ' sp i fi ' ' ERTN O BRAU ' ' The Irish Club consists of a hardy bond of Leprechauns who maintain the ol Bronco spirit. Its unwritten law, which limits its membership to the masculine gender, has been maintained under great pressure. Its members are loyal to their patron, St. Patrick. The clubs major activity is sponsoring the minor sportsman of the year award. Membership IS open to all Irishmen. 154 mV CLUB RAUJ CPfRJT WITH PRB-U£C[ ON PflJ The Ital.an Club, under the dynamic leadership of President Gory Filizetti, V.P. Tony Orlandmi Sec.-Treas. T,m Filice, and Sgt.-at-Arr.s Paul G.acalone car e frorr. the near.defunct organization ,t was last year to becor e one of the -° ; ° ' - ' -bs on car pus. The new spirit of the club ,s exemplified in the distinctive t-shirts which we e innovated by this years members. Also, the inspired Italians rallied to presen a party Zng campaign week which was one of the social highlights of the year. Loo for bigger and better things next year from the only club on campus which con claim almost OS many wineries m its membership as the California Wine Association. 155 amU GRAHAM OUB CX flNC UP? The Buck Shaw Clean-Up or Cantata for a Keg Party Goes to the tune of Greenback Dollar " Some people say Im a no count, others soy Im a lush. But Im |ust a member of Charlie Graham, Workin ' with a can and a brush, O Lord. Workin ' with a can and a brush. And Im not that enthused About a Buck Shaw Clean-Up Finish fast as I can. For companionship and an open keg ' s The only thing I ever demand, O Lord. The only thing I ever demand. When I was |ust o freshman, upperclassmen said. Hey, grub! If you don t sober up real soon, You ' ll have to |oin the Charlie Graham Club, O Lord! You II hove to I oin the Charlie Graham Club, ' REFRAIN (from singing) Now that I ' m a Senior, Ive worked both hard and long. I ve found that life is much easier when You live it with a beer and a song, O Lord. You live it with a beer and a song. The Mathematics Society is open to all students at the University and provides its members with a common meeting ground for the discussion of mathematics. The Society s purpose is to keep its members abreast of the latest developments and opportunities in mathematics, and to foster interest in mathematics throughout the campus. It accomplishes this by posing challenging mathematical problems and concepts, by sponsoring visiting lecturers, and by conducting contests. Wayne Angle, Kevin Barr (Pres.), Glen Berg, F.A. Costanzi, Dave Culpepper, Dan Voss, Terry Sonye, Mary Neudorffer, Dave Read, Mike Scholler, Dennis David Foos, Fr. Carl H. Hayn, S.J. (moderator). Bill Honzik, Tom Kropp, Tom Monohan, Frank Wagner, R.W. Nichols, M. Williams. Kirn, Joe La Mantis, John Maneely, Bob Martin, Mike McQuire, Tom Simko, IN lUQ- PMVSf CAL QOWCBC Arousing interest in the sciences, introducing people of like interests to each other, bringing physics students and faculty together, and, on occasions, just plain having a good time. These are some of the things that the Santa Clara Student Section of the American Institute of Physics — Physics Society for short — strives to do through meetings, movies, lecturers — and picnics. A successful year for this group means bringing together on different levels of communication many different people interested in physics and related sciences: students in discussion with each other, students hearing what learned men of science have to offer, and students and faculty meeting on a more personal basis at social events. 158 UEMDEL SOCIRV Mendel (to the tune of Michelle ) Mendel, it ' s swell. Thes e are words that go together well. Dear old Mendel. Mendel, it ' s swell. If genetics doesn t end us up in hell. Dear old Mendel. Eugenics, eugenics, eugenics- Eugenics IS the key To a better you and me. So lets fake a scalpel to All your recessive genes. Mendel, its swell. It has virtues I can ' t even tell. Dear old Mendel. Mendel, its swell. For it you needn t even know how to spell. In old Mendel. DNA, DNA, DNA- DNA IS the way To a far better day. So let ' s get some life Growing in o tube. CRE urs!Ry SCCI0V conjures UP CmmiCfiL CXJRiOQnV The Chemistry Society, composed primarily of chemistry moiors is devoted to keeping interested students informed of recent developments in chemistry and related fields. Through lectures movies, and field trips, the society increases its members knowledge in areas of chemistry not usually covered in the classroom. Notable activities during the year include the club picnic, and the annual convention of Western, student-affiliated chapters of the Ameucan Chemical Society, at whicli Santa Clarci s repiesentatives annually present o research pro|ect, 160 BAA: ACrnn CCV£R 7f PtORU U OP im BUSfNKS U ORID The Business Administration Association is on organization sponsored by the School of Business to cultivate the analysis of business problems and for the encouragement of social activities. In the realm of academics, the B.A.A. fosters guest speakers for the benefit of its members. Among the activities this year were field trips to General Motors and the Federal Reserve Bank, the annual B.A.A. ball, and the banquet in May. Membership is open to all business students. OFFICERS L. to R.: Patti Allegrini, Dennis Sullivan, Joe Zotter, Paul Jordan. CAH ' MANAGED A QUCCBQQPUL flj The Society for the Advancement of AAonogement is the number one notional professional organization of managers. The purpose of the organization is to allow individual managers to share their experiences with each other, to promote dissemina- tion of knowledge in the field of management, and to stimulate research into the study of the principles of management. At Santo Clara there is both a graduate and undergraduate chapter open to students of Business Administration, Economics, and Engineering. The undergraduate section is open only to Juniors and Seniors, and membership is kept to a small number of select students. 162 PfNANC CLUB: FUTURE RNWOER sponsored by the Business College, the primary purpose of the Finance Club is to gather money by both legal and devious means for the use of students on both the graduate and undergraduate level. A member must have o GPA of 2.25 for Juniors and Seniors, and 2.5 for Sophomores. But the basic criterion for membership is an innate desire to be a con-artist . The purpose of the Marketing Society is to develop concepts of marketing for those interested, to arrange for a series of informal discussions led by men of prominence in the marketing field, and to orronge trips to industrial establishments in the metropolitan Bay Area. Membership in the society is mandatory for all marketing majors in their Junior and Senior years, but any S.C.U. student interested in the marketing field may |oin. 164 Asn HONORe OUlSliaNDIM(£ BUSINESe WUORS Delta Sigma Pi is o professional business fraternity which seeks to foster the study of business and to promote a closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce. It is also their responsibility to promote a high standard of commercial ethics and culture, together with the civic welfare of the community. Toward accomplishing their goals, guest speakers give valuable insights on what members may expect from the business world upon graduation. I.; ' riS ' i;j:jii8 ...tfc :i ftjtaiil TO AN curspNDrN v He has sacrificed many of the renowned pleasures of college days. In the spring, at least, his social life is non-existent. No one on campus knows physical toil as he and his teammates do. Often his ob|ect is to drive himself beyond the known limits of his endurance. He receives few tangible rewards, but finds others. He accepts and enjoys the anonymity inherent in his way of life. He claims moments of pleasure beyond those attainable m other sports and he believes what he is doing is essentially better than what others do. He likes belonging to an interdependent group. In fact he is clannish, saying only those of his kind can know the reason why — why row? He IS on oarsman. TRE. CU L: QUCWPiACB FOR CREm VU NT The Owl IS a student literary publication specifically intended to represent the creative activity and pro- cess on the Santa Clara campus. One may expect to find in The Owl poetry, short stories, drama, and prose essays which significantly manifest an au- thor ' s aesthetic competence and understanding of his genre. BOO U . . . BOOM . . . BOOM . . . The Sonta Clara is the weekly news publication that reaches the dorms and the hearts of every Bronco each Friday afternoon. It is the only weekly newspaper on the mission campus, and is generally considered the best m the area. The |ob of editoi -in-chief was held firmly this year by the mild-mannered reporter himself, Mike Mclaughlin of Liberty 14. 168 The Young Republicans gives students the opportunity to express themselves politically through a free dialectic exchange. Anyone seeking experience in practical politics will find that this organization offers one this chance. The Young Republicans is affiliated with both the Young Republicans of America and the California Federation of Young Republicans. UNDERGRADS: Barb, Jim, Lynn, Dolores CLUBS: Joe Hank ♦NOTPICURED: Susie Kafica— TOOL Lucie Loxague — SRS. A. V SPORTS: Bob GRADS: Anna Sue JRS: Alex TOOL; Sue RjKWCCO OaiFP AT-LARGE: Klein FACULTY: Leona Chris JRS: ' Twilson YOUNG LICANQ GEN CN-I The Young Republicans gives students the opportunity to express themselves politiccilly through ci tree diolectic exchonge. Anyone seeking experience in prcxcticol politics will tind thot this orgonizotion offers one this chonce, The Young Republicons is ottiliotecl with both the Young Republicans ot Arnerico ond the Colifornio Feclerotion ot Young Republicons. V1 lf' 11? -ft- ffl' M., RHXA OOD PRCm SRAPM9 S Don DeSfxwt £mte pJu iift JoU De u«ai(v co-K)rrOR 173 ft CO-EDITOR • ' x i . A ' t ff - «AU« -. I ■ ' ... i BRONCOS ROLL IN ' 66 f i 0$ i .f " A ' : rir- K0iMi t •, , j r ! «%«- NORTRS CAUFORfJja CCAC CPTW V wr twxa This season, Bronco head coach Pat Malley was selected Northern California Coach of the Year for the second time in three years. The 1953 University of Santa Clara gradu- ate has coached the Broncos since their return to football in 1959. A former guard on Bronco teams in 1950-52, Malley coached while m the United States Army, compiling a 20-3 record with outstanding service teams. In 1956, he became head varsity football coach at St. Ignatius High School in San Francisco. During his three years at St. Ignatius, his team won the city champion- ship twice. His prep coaching record was 20-7-2. At Santa Clara, Malley sports a fine 34-19 record. In 1963 when his team had a 6-3 mark he first received Coach of the Year honors. This past season, the Broncos com- piled on 8-1 record, the best since returning to football. A heart-breaking one-point loss to Sonfa Barbara marred tne Bronco slate. Malley puts the accent on passing and a strong blocking while balancing the attack with effective running. BOB UfRANm Bobby Miranda, the most highly acclaimed football player since SCU returned to football six years ago, is perhaps the greatest boll carrier m Bronco Gridi- ron history. Miranda shattered former great Ken Casenaga ' s three-year rushing record by grinding out 2,196 yards. He holds several Santa Clara football records including most yards gained rush- ing in one season (1 ,005 in 1 963); most yards gained rushing in one game (186 yards against San Fran- cisco State, 1963); most touchdowns rushing in one season, ( 10 in 1 964); and most times earned the ball inone season (156in 1963). Among his post-season awards are: All-Catholic, All-American, 1964; Little All-Coast, 1964, 1965; Honorable Mention, Little All-Amencan Grid team, 1965. The picture below shows Miranda picking up his two thousandth yard against the University of British Columbia this year. i fe ag.. BfLL l(A(PU9JR 0N Bill AAcPherson, the indispensable assistant coach of the Broncos, graduated from Santa Clara in 1954 having played football and baseball at the University. Shortly there-after, he became varsity line coach at Bellarmme. The Bells were perennial champions of the Catholic Athletic League and were always high in Northern California rankings. With the stepped-up football program, McPherson came to Santa Clara in 1963 as line coach. In his three years, the Bronco gridiron machine has compiled a 21-6 record. AAcPherson ' s impor- tance and proficiency as assistant coach is noted by the fact that during his 3-year tenure. Head Coach Pat Malley has twice been selected as Northe rn California Coach of the Year. The Broncos ' tenacious line play and stingy defense, as illustrated on the opposite page are products of AAcPherson ' s coaching. 178 NACnON § A J ' - V4» ' SCU Coaches Kneeling, Ron Modeste, end coach; Henry Schmidt, trainer, Al Cadena, frosh-JV coach. Standing, Pat Malley, head coach; Bill McPherson, line coach. First Row: Coach McPherson, T. Ennis, M. Shea, K. Kellogg, J. P. ONeill, B. Miranda, L, Pastorini, J, Lanza, J. Guheen, R. Harvey, H. Schmidt (trainer), P. Paquet (head mgr). Second Row: J, Horton (mgr.l, J. Peters, T. Orlandini, F. Bonnan, S. Wolfe, T. Kennedy, D. Berchtold, T. Strain, B. Rodgers, G. Fillizetti, J. Fink, A. Foster, G. Wilfert, G. Cook, M. Moreno (mgr.l, T. Hunter. Third Row: P. Giacalone, J. 180 192 Q QON RECORD SCU OFF 18 Cal Davis 7 35 Sacramento 14 Occidental 13 14 SFS 7 40 Idaho 14 13 UCSB 14 25 UBC 13 6 Cal Poly (SLO) 2 27 Cal Poly (Pom) 6 76 Pianetta, M, Fowler, P. Lusich, E Steinert, G, O ' Neill, J, Patterson, M. Doherty, B. Toth, R. Colcogno, R. Coitabiano, R. LaMonte, G. Morton, S. Santucci Fourth Row; S. Carmichael, M. Antonelli, B, Chastoin, F. Lynch, P. Vantress, J- Pollack, D. Mezger, D. Pezzolo, T. Fischer, T. McCabe, B. O ' Neill, Coach Malley. Co-Coptalns Lou iButchi Pastormi and Bob Miranda. " MMSizmsnce SCU OPP 1st Downs 137 93 Rushing Plays 437 311 Yds Gained 1868 1170 Pass Attempts 173 185 Completions 74 73 Yds Gained 1281 876 Total Off Plays 610 506 Total Net Yds 3044 1731 Avg Per Game 338 201 Left: Tony Orlandini. Right: Ray Calcagno. This passing combi- nation connected for 26 completions, 587 yards and 6 touch- downs in 1965. A fantastic average of 22.9 yards per com- pletion. Below: Gary Fillizzetti, flanked by Mike Shea and Tom Kennedy, sweeps left and against British Columbia. I $ r V f . € Right: Keith Kellogg leads the Broncos through a wail of spirited Bronco rooters in Santa Barbara. More than a thousand Santa Clara fans journeyed south for this all-important game. Far Right: Bobby Miranda churns for yardage against Santa Barbara in the Broncos only loss in 1965. 184 I ' ' ' .-a-sSfea- ' iMiik ' T ' . - ' Left: Gary Filizetti outruns blockers Tom Kennedy and John Guheen and leaps over a would-be UBC tackier. Right: Tony Orlandini is off to the races in one of his two long touchdown gallops in the Homecoming game against UBC. Paving the way are Broncos Jack Peters, Rich Harvey, and Bob Miranda. 185 Upper Left: Bob Miranda crunches through the line of Cal Poly at Pomona in the final game of his collegiate career. Middle Right: Ray Calcagno has a surprise ending to a roll-out. Far Right: J. P. O ' Neill makes a dazzling, finger-tip catch against two Idaho defenders. Right: Calcagno slips in the " Mud Bowl " at Buck Shaw Stadium against Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo. 186 187 -sm Spu- w-4 fix, ri x , F! it ,5 9? Q-6 ,Hi Ie' V XJ ' K. .:' H Y . 'H ,Y fllt K '1."'a :Q I' wh' -v- x. A O , , ,.. 1 -6 3 " EQ 5? if 12" 5 if 5" if 5 as -g f 1 f ' S 262' .wg . Wx - X ,. L ' - 35' , ,. f. - , i 1 Q Q A f ' ' 'g A- 1 wx 1 ,- It 351 5 . E V '. 9 A ' 2 , ' : a, fax Q' QE - - -5- A - , ' of - - , Q f , ' Z? in ' 5 U ' 3 S 'VF ' , x . -. V ' 31335 A .' ln. Q. 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It was with these players that Malley began four years ago to build a small- college power-house. The team record rose from 2-6 in 1962 to 6-3, 1963, 7-2, 1964, and 8-1 this past season. Much of the success of the past four years can be attributed to these seniors. Seated, bottom row: Bob Miranda and J. P. O ' Neill. Second row: Mike Shay and Jim Lanza. Third Row: R ich Harvey and Keith Kellogg. Fourth Row: Terry Ennis. Standing: Butch Pastorini and John Guheen. »M ■m M - .T ' 5 " r- 1 z ' ' , 190 BASKETBALL ' 66 191 ,av . mag. ' '-S2-ff' .-o-,'2?:1v:, Ai-zafjg ff ff isa 1,4 'fu H P ,fha TE WN! du 11 ur -.wr.,.J .' "',. H1 34? F E : - ,W ,,5..LM.VI-'.,, xx: " 3 'QM gtg: qw - 'fm - S2 190 , ,. :Ti- -,,, Aqg.,.v,-wg, .-7 in .- . -4 Ta.-4.'f', '- ,Y..1,-, - .,.. .,,. w ' 113-.-n--f BASKETBALL '66 TOP ROW L TO R: Joe Diffley, Mike Doolmg; Tom Heimsoth, Bruce Bossetti; Ray Thomas; John Lmdenfhal; Eric Paulson (captain) Mike Gervosoni, Second Row I to t-. Leo Steidlmoyer, Kevin Donahue; Larry Dunlop; Bob Stuckey; Bob Heaney; Rich Levitt; Terry Porter; KNEELING L TO R: Manager Bill Lyster; Assistant Coach Carroll Williams; Head Coach Dick Garibaldi; Trainer Henry Schmidt SCORED OPALLCOU (Sfl UES FOR 1965-66 Q CCN scu 73 Stanford 76 SCU 64 USF 83 SCU 78 UOP 72 scu 84 Cal Hayward 65 SCU 88 Pepperdine 79 SCU 83 St. Mary ' s 60 scu 78 Miami 74 SCU 80 Loyola 61 SCU 94 SJS 72 scu 85 BYU 103 SCU 83 Marines 93 SCU 90 UCSB 84 scu 79 BYU 87 SCU 107 U.S. Army 94 SCU 80 USF 93 scu 75 Cal Berkeley 73 SCU 90 Hawaii 57 SCU 68 UOP 73 scu 65 USF 76 SCU 72 Nevada 78 SCU 92 St. Mary ' s 78 scu 112 Pepperdine 70 SCU 79 use 76 SCU 101 Pepperdine 81 scu 75 St. Mary s 65 SCU 69 SJS 74 SCU 79 Loyola 82 scu 66 S.F. State 61 SCU 65 UCSB 77 194 Photo Above; Coach Garibaldi discusses strategy with his players. Right: A determined Bronco bench watches. Above: Bob Stuckey brings the ball downcourt for the Broncos. The Gilroy Junior was the No. 2 scorer in his sophomore year hitting for a 12.8 average. This past season he was the fifth leading scorer. Right: Leo Steidlmayer tries a jump shot against the Dons. 196 197 a W L ' A ,,. N , r, ,-A' Nu. ! ' .1 L3 pi! f is . r an . V -I lx L.. fel, 'Q' if , '1r g Above: Bob Stuckey brmgs the ball downcouri for the Broncos The Gilroy Junior was the No. 2 scorer in has sophomore year huttmg for a 12 8 average This past season he was the fifth leading scorer Right Leo Steldlmayer fries a lump shot against the Dons Above Left: Leo Steidlmayer breaks up a pass by the Dons. Left: Sophomore Bob Heany is Johnny-on-the-spot as he gobbles up a loose ball. Bob was on target all season, hitting for a 12.9 average, second only to Mike Gervasoni. Above: A ballet ensemble between USF and SCU. Ml CfiP N JlCVfiVlCON One of the finest ball-players to ever don a basketball uniform at SCU, Paulson is noted for his magician ' s hands and speed on the court. He was the 1964-65 captain as o junior and led SCU to an upset championship in the 1964 WCAC Tournament. He was chosen outstanding player in the same tournament and was named to the 1965 all- league team. An outstanding shooter as well as team- leader, he has proved to be the most consistent Bronco the last two years, blazing the nets for a 13.3 average. 200 1 1'-.rn . -'Fc .-. sr,-ef-fl -I s-ir' Jew -1 .yfgfy-Tgvne,-I -1 fy ,g' ???g..t- Above Left: Leo Sleidlmayer breaks up a pass bythe Dons. Left: Sophomore Bob Heany is Johnny-on-the-spot as he gobbles up a loose ball. Bob was on target all season, hitting for a 12.9 average, second only to Mike Gervasoni. Above: A ballel ensemble between USF and SCU. wo- 403--1 if 9 5 R iii 5 Fx 92.5 I , ,.....,x,.:..- S ,-ni 1,1 ,..-W -L.-I ",-'Q'QI2'vT',Qy,v. vr fhgw .. 1 f-ff! Q:-ii 1- rv 53,:.,.5.Hf ' x 'F 'fiftjf 1 . y ii • - l ' - J:i ,-Mi- te ' : . ' PRINCES J f .V S ' ftH ' ::. 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I Q I 1 I I IIAII IIIIII1 I I f'3.'IYg,.',' "'-'ff-' -- - I , -0 , ' , - , . - , -,, 'fp -51, 1. Q' ' ,wif I 'Is E' fl :J I'I".. ' Etyilj' ,vf,f.j" 'nflgw -.. -I 4-u '. 5 - K ' . fig - 11.11. ' " V - I A nfs- E,v""4'3f:l, . 2' - V'- .. III I I I 'K ' . ax.. I .. I' I' j' Q Inf 3. Im I , ,II . II , . r f , I -rf -l'S1 1 IW . 8.1 s QRoy tm •1 SCU 1965-66 Ftosh Basketball Team: Top Row I to r: Carroll Williaiiib, cooch. Bob Herold; Jack Schooley, James Quigg; Dave Pouliof, Tom Beloustegui; Second Row: I to r; Steve Peterson,- Bob Kelly; Keith Paulson, Jess Hirbe; Jerry McClaiii, Bill rjulk Seated I to r Phil Ow and Bob Comelli, monogers; Absent from picture: Russ Szyper and Walt Cordinet, assistant coach. SAMA OARA m a AAN CkCCmOLLT W -m OJCjCJ QQ L 15-6 S CON The University of Santa Clara freshman basketball team led by San Lorenzo forward Dove Pouliot, wound up its 1 965-66 cage season with a fine 15-6 record. Pouliot, 6-3 former Bishop O ' Dowd High School prep All-American, played in all 21 games scoring 356 points for a 16.9 average. Trailing Pouliot was former Bellarmine back court ace, Bob Kelly, 5-10 San Carlos resident who tallied 319 points for a 15.1 average. Kelly scored a single game high of 30 points against Hamilton AFB. first-team all-Northern California Freshman team. Kelly made the second squad. Another SCU yearling in double figures was Keith Paulson, 5-1 1 brother of varsity captain Eric Paulson, who scored 21 3 points for a 10.1 average. Coach Carroll Williams Santa Clara frosh quintet scored double victories over USF, SJS, and St. Mary ' s College. The SCU frosh also tipped California 72-71, but lost twice to a strong UOP frosh 68-69, and 92-104. Pouliot climaxed a fine season by being named to the 201 202 ■ S! if j. " . £r . ' «•■ .• ■J2| j Ii . " " .. " , ' t " ' yT BASEBALL ' 66 203 f EQ' L? ' gf' 'U' -11,1 . Y.-. ,r :iid V N 'I 3 f W Egg' E' 1 ' FE 54 ' Q ,Z 1 Y H X J? 1 fri -' W ,jQ'?2ff 1 Wm H Q 5 f f 'I dw 1 4 A, iw figfs-j .' :xp ' Ii. . .J- F ,EES , X . , sl 'wig-h Y A, Q5 iii , Q, ,Q is J ,Y 2 fx Q S' R Ei"-V Q I J ee, E Li ' I '1- , Y A V ' V . , ' V " ' . A4-' 3 1 f in ,F-' a. a sian . " - A ,yu uni MWII -J U j wlf .2 JE Jli- UL - " K • . ' f 5 4. «««?■«■■. p A- - r I ' i fttt ' K ' ,- ' J " ' ••: ? y - - ' ' ' 7|V A 207 208 209 •n k 4 -. —• ' A ' -:» _:. .-J— 211 771 : f - " iBi. i 5i ' ' (ClA .fi . 3 tlS ' TOP ROW I. to r.: Coach Sal Taormina, Rocky Daly, Dick Balestri, Dave Squellati, Bob Spence, John Mclnerney, Tracy Cross, Gary Shara, Dan Harrington, Joe Karlin, Bob Walter, Haywood Coleman, Pete Schneider, Bill Monroe, Ed Pucci (mgr) Henry Schmidt (trainer). SECOND ROW: Jack Hillis ■ (mgr) Roger Ruth, Don Oderman, John Mispagei, Fred Ott, Paul Fernandes, Bruce Carmichael, Bill Schmidt, Ray Hen- ningsen. THIRD ROW: Jan Dukes, Dave Beswick, Larry McDonald, Pete Boyle, Allen Spielberger, Scott Davi, Barrett Pullman, Doug Szyper, Rod Austin. SAL ) ' k " scw umv ' Henry Schmidt, Santa Clara ' s famed Helm ' s Trainers Hall of Fame tramer, is now in hiis 40th season as liniment specialist for all Bronco athletic teams. Schmidt, whose son Bill is a member of the SCU vorsiry baseball team, is also trainer for the East team of the annual East-West Shrine Football Classic, a position he has held for 23 years. He also IS a former Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers trainer. 215 tl • m j I ' ., --v A t mim ' ' lAjiU 1 ' 218 VISITORS SANTA CLARJt ' i 219 For seven innings, the Broncos ' sensa- tional southpaw, Jan Dukes held the San Francisco Giants at bay before he tired. Photo at left shows coach Taormina watching his charges jump off to a 4-0 lead. Right; Taormina checks with the tired, but valiant Dukes. Below; Taor- mina brings in a relief pitcher. 220 VISITO SANTAO 221 222 Left: A typical conglomeration of fans at a Giants - Broncos game. Above: The military looks on from their reserved seats. Below: Another typical scene — what ' s a ball game without a hot dog? MINOR SPORTS ' 66 r WS: ' . ' Q 1' Q ,,.....,,.- m 221 5, Li?.31?'S V 'mf "2 P.,:'.i' me WGB TOP ROW L fo R: Coach Ed Barry, Mike Antonelli; Jim Dunkley; John Burns; Byron Roberts; Steve Allario; Mike Mondavi; Vince Mancusso; Mike Demartini; Pot Harrigon; Bud McFadden. SECOND ROW L to R: John Pollack; Bill Keliher; Bill Billbray; Chris White; Roger Frelier; Joe Clark; Mel Wells; Ivor Vattuone; John Sullivan; Chris Shea. BOT- TOM ROW L to R: Time Fisher; Pete Zell; John Giovannetfi; Chris Cozo; Rick Enos; Dick Ghillotti; George Rush; Pete Trombetta. 226 VOOEVqaLL WAOC A%%W LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Thompson; Larry Phillips; George Nester (coach) Paul Sartoni Jerry Jackson; Ross Prusinovski. 1 r ry .. -■ • 228 BCMJNG LEFT TO RIGHT STANDING: Lou Choi, Fronk Filice; David Dietz, Al DeSerpa; Dave Foos; SITTING: Frank Peluso; Joe Kreiling; Steve Olsen; Roger Schwabe; Larry Tomassini 229 TWNrc LEFT TO RIGHT: Colonel Ventura (coach); Carlos Tavares; Mike Federighi, Dave DeBoer; Jack Clifford; Jim Good; Ralph Johnson; Dennis Conrad; Bill Frolic; Mike Naumes 230 WRKTU( J( STANDING L to R: Pat Nance; Al Ludwig; Bob Ernst; Tom Tierney; Hank Williams; Brian Barr; Jim James; KNEELING: Geogge McNealy; Mike Rogero; Mickey BonaSera; Woody Woodward 231 R FIXT STANDING L to R: Rod Gutierrez; Roy Vega; Joe Barbera; Hohn Massopust; Hugh Walker; Mark Aschauer. SITTING: Sfc Serna (instructor) Michelle Merckel, Corliss Fischer; Karyn Kambic; Sfc Birtchet (instructor) 232 QA iM i m LEFT TO RIGHT: Dave Schumann; Tim Keenan; Gary Weaver; Tom Mullroy; Don Schollan; Jim Tonus; Don Deverona; Mike Haoke U ATK POLO MILITARY SCIENCE It J. 4 numi nwm mmtmmm w AAaior AAcCollum Colonel Robert A. O Bnen Jr, Professor of Military Science AAaior Garcia Lt. Colonel Antonio Ventura Captain Glasson Captain Bowser Sfc, Birtchet S Sgt. White Sfc, Sei. ' .j K " _ " ' ■ ' ' y in Sgt. Ma|. Barkhoff BtADB PREAMBLE Believing that military service is an obligation of citizenship, and that the greater opportunities af- forded college men for the study of military science place upon them certain responsibilities as citizens, we, cadet officers m various colleges and universi- ties conferring baccalaureate degrees, do form this Society and adopt this constitution in order to unite in closer relationship the military deportments of American universities and colleges,- to preserve and develop the essential qualities of good and efficient officers; to prepare ourselves as educated men to take more active part and to hove a greater influence m the military affairs of the communities in which we may reside; and above all to spread intelligent information concerning the military re- quirements of our country. bcabbCHCl blade L to K low ' I Kellogg, D Amico, Sullivan, Murphy, O ' Looney, McLarthy, Buchner, Regan, Yonfs Brutocao, Clark, Kubota DMS S: Kubota, Farwell, McCarthy, Murphy, Sullivan, Whitcanack, Regan, Floras CnUWELL dBER AlA 4RD This award is presented to the cadet, a res- ident of California and representing a Cali- fornia institution, who attains the highest Final Car Tp Grade. The award was won by Kenneth G. Coveney, Company D , from the Univer- sity of Santa Clara while at Sixth Army ROTC Summer Camp, Ft. Lewis, Washington, during the summer of 1965. The recipient of the University ROTC Stilweil Sabre is chosen for superior military ability. j r, rorwell, Flores, Greeve, Rinset, DeGaspatii low 1: Charkins, Morf, Figone, Cadet Colonel Kenneth G. Coveney DfSnN6UfSWED MrUWZVSlUDEMe The Distinguished Military Student Award (DMS) IS granted to those senior cadets who have achieved a high degree of excellence in their endeavors both military and non- military. This year s recipients ore among the University s top leaders in many and diversified areas. 239 ROrc pun! " L ' Jt.-« !-:t,»»--7 ' i, ilx. = ' A The pictures contained on these two pages are real live action shots of Bronco brigade members taken during their six week sum- mer camp training at Fort Lewis, Washington. They are presented here primarily to enkindle in the cadet corps of ' 66 fond memories of the event. t t ' ? V k i " M Cf ?4? -. ' -■% m 0» % . .to» i -- . rrp ' v 4. A £ lU Miim nL 244 245 , t H i4 % f f 9 m Vf " W i • » 1 ,1 :a -r I |?3m3 K h. % k. ' ' i mm — (T Lug r -J j I- T« 1 H r V , v BP ' i i V UNDERGRADUATES Christopher Adams 68 Fred Adams 68 Jeffrey Adams 69 Susan Adams 69 Jean Agostini 68 iabel Alcantara 67 Norman Alexander Federico Alfaro 68 Christina Alfs ' 69 Grant Allan 67 Stephen Allano 67 Dwight Allen 67 Patricia Alvarez 69 Michael Ambrosi 67 Philip Amormino 69 Nancy Amsel 68 248 Marsha Andersen 68 Robert Andersen 67 Georgia Anderson 68 Patricia Anderson 69 James Andre 69 Wayne Angel 67 Michael Antonelli 69 Michael Antonim 68 Rita Aragon 67 Thomas Archer 67 Jerome Argenti 67 Luke Argilla ' 67 James Armistead 69 Jeff Armstrong 68 Irene Arnaud 69 Vir-.cent Arnerich 67 Laura Arnold 67 Nancy Arnold 68 Charles Arolio 68 Mark Aschouer 69 249 Melissa Asselin 68 Thomas Astrello ' 67 Robert Atkins t Rod Austin ' 67 William Baber 68 James Bacigalupi 69 Carol Bachmayer 69 Annette Bacilo 68 Michael Bafico 69 Margaret Boier 67 William Bohn 68 Lawnje Bailey 68 Bruce Baird ' 69 David Boiada 69 JtJb Bonifo Baker ' 69 Patrick Baker 67 Richard Baker 69 Dennis Balfe ' 67 Barbara Bollard 69 Susan Ballard ' 69 250 Bruce Bassetti 67 Raymond Basso 67 Marguerite Bataille 69 Thomas Bates 67 Terry Bathen 69 Joanrne Banker Bernard Bannan 69 Forrest Bannan 67 Joseph Barbara 68 Joan Barbee 69 Randy Bauer 67 Kenneth Boumon 6£ James Boufovich 68 Michael Bayless 69 James Baynes 68 Jon Bazzono 67 Susanne Bazzano 69 Alyn Beals 69 John Beard 67 Judith Beatfy 69 Cheryl Beauregard 67 John Beck 69 John Beck 68 Jo Ellen Beckler 69 John Bedell 67 ti Mary Beemer 69 Thomas Belaustegui 69 Marilyn Belluomini 67 Mono Beltiamo 69 Mary Bender 68 Phyllis Beninato 68 Donna Bennes 68 Patrick Bennett 69 Robeit Benton 69 Donald Berchfold 67 Glenn Berg 69 Albert Berger 67 Ann Bergin 69 tmily Bernabe 67 Kathenne Bertsch 68 Susan Basset 69 David Beswick 68 Jill Bettles 68 Dennis Bezanson 69 Robert Biaggi 67 David Bigger 67 Vincent Bigone 69 Sharon Bilka 67 Daniel Blaettler 67 Carolyn Blase 68 Christy Blessing 69 CC| Margo Bliss 68 Stephanie Bodine 253 ( : Peter Boyle 68 Constance Brackman 68 h Michael Bradfield ' 67 Nathaniel Bradley 69 Edward Brady 68 atncia Brody ' 69 Joan Brake ' 67 Louis Branson 67 Christine Brecher ' 69 Joseph Breen ' 69 Kothy Bridges ' 69 Gerald Brito 67 John Brenne 67 Stephen Bnc ' 69 Dennis Brooks 68 Ronald Brost ' 69 Henry Brown 69 Michael Brown 69 James Brown 69 Lawrence Brum 69 255 Richard Brunsing 69 Edward Bryant 68 Robert Bryant 68 Nancy Buckle 68 Carol Buckley 69 Henry Bugotto 69 Carol Bulion 69 Michael Bunce 68 Robert Buoncristiani Gerald Burke 68 Thomas Burke 67 Colleen Burns 68 John Burns 68 Lawrence Burnesci 69 Christine Burns 69 Robert Burton 68 Catherine Bushnell 69 John Bussi 69 256 Jerrald Bussiaeger 69 Carol Butzbach 68 Lawrence Byrne 67 Mary Byrne 69 Richard Byrne 67 Kenneth Caillat Judith Cam 68 Jacquelyn Callahan 69 John Callan 69 Robert Caltabiano 68 Michael Comarato ' 67 Leonard Campbell 67 Mary Campbell 67 Sherry Campbell 67 Richard Compodomco 67 Ronald Canario 67 Joan Capdevielle 69 Robert Copies 68 Matthew Cappiello 68 Norine Capurro 69 jt j iiri Daniel Caputo 67 Jayne Caputo 68 Steven Carara 69 Joseph Carcione 69 Sam Cardinal 67 ACB-PR£C D Nr ' 69 Carol Carnazzo 69 James Carter 69 Jacqueline Casala John Carey 69 Michael Carey 69 Wendy Carlberg ' 6 Timothy Carlin 68 Martha Carlos 67 Steven Cormichael 69 Ellen Carr 67 Winthrop Carter ' 68 Joseph Casey ' 68 Maureen Casey .68 Robert Cashin 69 James Cossa 69 Susan Cassel 69 John Cassidy 67 Lynda Cataldo 68 Michael Cavonaugh 69 Michael Celbar 69 Frank Cetan Donald Chaisson 69 James Chambers 69 Susan Chambers 68 Mary Chapman 68 Merle Chapman 67 Dennis Chargin Robert Chastoin 67 Albert Chen 68 Gloria Cheney 69 Frank Chihaya 69 Frederic Chiles 69 Philip Chiongbian ' 67 Roy Chiongbian ' 69 John Chipley 67 Ho|in Choi ' 69 Patricia Christensen 69 Michael Cicmato, O.S.J, Susan Cioffi 67 Colleen Clampett ' 69 Cathy Clark 69 Richard Clarke 69 Mark Cleary 68 Jack Clifford 68 Joseph Coelho 67 Diane Coffey 69 Franz Coleiro 69 Hayword Coleman Suzanne Coleman i George Coles ' 68 Daniel Colline 69 James Collins 67 John Collins 68 i Judith Collins ' 69 John Colvin ' 67 Robert Colyar ' 69 John Compagno d Lois Conley ' 68 Susan Connell 67 260 Richard Conner 69 Dennis Conrad 68 Peter Connolly 69 Heather Conrad 69 Robert Conte ' 68 Manangela Convertino 67 Lawrence Conti 67 Charles Conwoy 69 David Conway ' 69 Joseph Cook ' 68 Robert Conway 68 Judith Cook 67 Arthur Coon ' 69 Walter Coppenrath 68 Donno Coon 69 Charles Corbett 69 Patricia Corins 67 Carmel Cosfello 68 Stephen Corio 68 Douglas Coty 67 Craig Corkery 69 James Coughlin 69 John Corpos 67 Helen Couture 67 Rosemary Cosgrove 67 Jeff Cost 67 Deirdre Coyne ' 69 Christopher Cozzo Teril Crompton 69 Robert Craven 68 Rodney Crisp 69 Tracy Cross 67 Koroline Crane 69 Suzanne Criban 69 James Cronin 67 Catherine Crotty 69 Kenneth Craven 69 Roselyn Crisafi 69 James Cronin ' 69 Thomas Crotty 67 262 James Crowley 69 Constance Cullman ' 69 Jerry Crowley ' 6i Dennis Cullumber Jameson Crowner David Culpepper Mary Cuffe 67 Skip Cumming 6! Edward Cull ' 67 Richard Cunha ' 6£ Blaise Cullen 69 Allan Curne 69 Joseph Cusenzo 6£ Michael Daly ' 67 Stephen Cutrera 69 Seaton Daly 67 Mitchell Dabo ' 69 Donna Damassa ' 67 Brian Daley ' 69 Laurence Daniels ' 69 Maureen Daley ' 69 Dionna Danna 68 Charlotte Daly ' 68 Mary Kay Davidson 69 Constance Davis ' 69 James Dawson 68 Patrick Dawson ' 69 David De Boer 69 L y Richard De Bolt 69 Kenneth De Cesore 1 1 Emilie De Geer ' 69 John De Lucchi ' 67 John De Maria 68 Michael De Martini ' 69 Charles De Mier 69 Michele De Porceri 69 Allan De Serpa 67 Jane De Vane 69 Judith De Vine 67 John Dean 68 Robert Deans 68 Gerald Deaver bi Vicki Deck 6 Joanna Dee 264 Lee Del Grande 68 Donald Del Porto 68 Francis Delony 68 David Delgado 69 Douglas Demmert 68 Christopher Dempsey 68 Craig Denoult 69 Barbara Des Champs Edward Desmond 68 Paul Desrosiers 67 Anthony Defweiler 67 Michael Detweiler 67 Dionne Devine Deonna Devlin Cheryl De Giulio 67 John Di Muro 68 Gary Digs 69 Pamela Diebel 67 Joseph Diffley 68 Peter Dileo 69 Anne Dietrich 69 Ann DIetz 67 Linda Dillard 69 Barbara Dineen 69 Gloria Divanian ' 67 Arlana Dixon 69 Lawrence Doeling Dennis Doherty 68 John Donaldson 69 Robert Dondero 67 Mary Kay Donohue ' Barry Dysart William Eadington 67 Dolores Doran 69 Anthony Dorso 67 John Douglas 67 Steven Douglas 6i Darrel Du Mond Kenneth Dugan Larry Dunlap ' 67 Magi Durney 68 James Dwyer 67 Larry Dykes 68 Agnes Eagen 69 Roger Easley 67 Craig Dulong 69 Kathleen Dumbnlle 67 i9k " ■ 267 Peter Eaton 69 Ana Mario Echeverrio ' 67 Dione Eckman 68 Pomelo Edwards ' ( Patricio Egon 69 Elizobeth Egly 69 Richard Ehernberger ' 69 Paul Ehrich 69 Judith Elliott 67 Robert Emmett 69 Mary Lee Emrey 69 Richard Enos 68 , VICE PR£Q. ' 6g Jack Enright 69 Roger Epperson 67 Gilbert Erb 68 Joseph Ercoli 69 Robin Ericson ' 69 Robert Ernst 67 Dolores Espinoso 68 Luciann Esposito 67 Joyce Eufemi 69 Lorry Eul 69 Jane Evans 67 George Everhart 69 Alan Fobyoncic 69 Lauro Focchini 67 Mary Faherty 67 Thomas Faherty ' 69 James Falletfi ' 69 Antoinette Fascmato Marcella Fava ' 68 David Feeney ' 67 Sheila Feeney 69 Karl Felsen 69 Patrick Fenton ' Thomas Fanoe ' 68 Timothy Farasyn ' 67 Kathleen Fedeli ' 67 Michael Federighi ' oo | Louis Fehrenbacher 69 James Feloney 67 Richard Ferguson 69 Teri Ferguson 67 269 Thomas Ferguson 69 Frank Filice 67 Albert Ferrari 69 Timothy Filice 68 Linda Ferro 69 Judith Fihppi 69 AAollie Ferry 69 Gory Filizefti 67 Richard Fetters 69 James Fink 67 Patricia Fierro 67 Patrick Finley ' 68 William Fioiek 69 Timothy Fischer 69 Corliss Fisher 67 Molly Fitzgerald 68 Anne Fitzpatnck 68 David Fladlien 68 Francis Flaim 67 Patricia Flanagan 69 Deirdre Flannery 69 Patrick Flannery 68 Dorothy Fleming 69 John Flesner 67 Bngid Flynn 68 James Foley 6 Michael Form 69 Fredrick Fortier Michael Foley ' 67 Arthur Foster 67 David Foos 67 Patricia Foster 6i James Foos 69 Patricia Fox 67 Gregory Ford 69 Edward Frago 69 i 8 David Fraricio 69 Frederic Franklin 68 Frances Frawley 67 Elizabeth Fredrickson 67 Gary Frasmetti 69 Teresa Freeman 67 Roger Fteiier 67 Lorin French ' 67 Barbara Fnck 67 Jennifer Friedenbach 68 John Fnedlander 69 Barbara Fnschholz ' 69 271 Beverly Fucci 69 Thomas Furey 69 Teresa Gabriel 69 Karen Gai 67 Jan Galbreth 68 Alan Gallagher 67 Edward Gallagher 67 John Gallagher 69 Peter Gallagher 68 Cliff Gamble 67 John Garagliano 69 Raymond Garassino Karen Garlick 69 Mary Garlinger ' 68 Joseph Gaspers ' 6E Timothy Gatto ' 69 272 Paul Goulocher 68 Gary Gavello 67 FredGernfz 68 Diana Gervais 67 William Gowlowski 69 John Gemello 67 Carol Gervasoni 67 Michael Gervasoni 67 Frank Genovese 69 Biuce George 68 O VR S aNTT TARA ' 67 Louis Ghilardi 69 Richard Ghilotfi 68 Anthony Gionnoni 67 Joan Gianola 68 Edward Giermann 69 William Gillespio 68 Patricia Giliivan 67 Gregory Gilman 68 Patrick Gilmore 69 Eugene Giometti 68 Terrence Giomi 6 John Giovannetti Clara Giraro 68 Kathleen Glennon 68 , ' r 5r Roger Glidden Dick Glover 67 Gory Godward 69 Andrew Goett 68 Jerry Golenor 69 Frank Gollop 69 Jennifer Golzio 69 Gerald Gomez 68 1 • n Carolyn Good 68 Carlo Goodman 69 Susan Gorman ' 67 Jose Goulart ' 69 Thomas Goursolle 69 Catherine Grace 67 Richard Graff 67 Richard Graham ' 69 274 fRANK GOILOP Henry Grombergu ' 69 Louise Grant 69 Philip Grosser ' 67 John Graves ' 67 Susan Gray 67 Carol Gross Raymond Gross 69 Timothy Grover 68 Walter Grover 69 William Growney 69 John Gregory 68 Geofrey Greiveldinger ' 67 Elaina Grevje 67 James Gnvich 68 Susan Groom 68 Terry Grundy 68 Albert Guerra 68 Michael Guerra 67 Cherie Guichard ' 69 Rodolfo Gutierrez 67 Jon Haake 68 Christine Hackett ' 67 Jennifer Hake 69 Patricia Hale ' 68 KarylHall ' 67 Parker Hall ' 68 Leonard Hollendorf Joan Hammes 69 Susan Hanks 69 Patricia Hanley 69 Francine Hannig ' 69 Ronald Hansen 69 Jeanette Hardin ' 68 Joan Hardy ' 67 Denise Hargleroad 69 Richard Har1 ins ' 69 Marylou Harley 68 Robert Harold 69 Daniel Harrington ' 68 Elizabeth Harrington 67 James Harrington ' 68 Pedro Hams ' 67 Frederick Harrison ' 67 Robert Harrison ' 69 Sandra Harrison 69 William Harrison 68 Steve Harrold ' 69 Mark Harveston 68 Richard Harvey 68 Howard Hayokowa 67 Jacqueline Hayes Mimi Hayes 69 Linda Hayhurst ' 69 Thomas Haynes 69 Helen Healy ' 69 John Hedderson 69 Thomas Heimsoth ' 68 Virginia Heinen ' 68 277 Richard Hendnckson 67 Patricia Hennessy 68 Denlse Hennques ' 6 9 David Hernandez ' 67 Anne Herndon ' 68 Michael Herring 68 Jeanne Hersev 68 Robert Hesse 69 Gregory Heuser ' 68 Roger Hewitt ' 69 Robert Hickel ' 69 David HIckey ' 67 Thomas Mickey ' 68 Alex Higgins ' 67 Michael Higgins ' 68 Thomas Higgins ' 69 Alan Higginson ' 69 Scotf Hill ' 67 Joelle Hills ' 68 Francis Hinders ' 67 i I i )r. . aM£ Chris Hierrild 68 Raymond Ho 69 Winnie Ho ' 67 William Hoeft 69 John Hoffman 68 Kathryn Hoffman ' 69 Paul Hoffman 68 Alan Hogan 68 Nancy Hogan 67 Thomas Hogan 68 Martha Hogenfogler 68 James Holcombe 69 Edward Holdsworth 69 Robert Holdsworth 68 Mary Holm ' 69 Edward Holme ' Nancy Holt 69 William Honzik 69 Mary Hoole 69 Julia Hopkins 69 279 John Hornberger 68 William Horrigon 69 Joseph Houska 68 Susan Houston 69 Mary Houts 68 John Howard 69 Jerry Howarth 68 Anne Howe 68 Nicholas Hoy 68 Terry Hudkins 68 P Marianne Huesman 67 Carol Hughes 68 Virginia Hulten 68 Marilyn Hunt 69 Thomas Hunter 68 Daniele Huntington 68 Rodney Hurd 69 Sharon Hurtley 6 280 Lona Ingraham 68 Pamela Ingram 69 Charles Ish 68 Mariorie Ivaldi 69 Charles Jackson 69 Thomas Hynes 67 Angelo lelmini 68 Dorrell Igelmund 69 Joseph Igelmund ' 67 Marilyn lliff 69 Kalhryn Jacobs 68 Thomas Jamison ' 68 Mark Janlois 69 Richard Janney 68 Carol Janowicz 69 Ann Marie Janus 6 John Janus 69 JudyJoroch 67 James Joyo 68 Donald Jensen 60 Edward Jessen 69 Loro Jessup 69 Bruce Jobson 68 Calvin Johnson 68 Katherine Johnson 67 Max Johnson 68 Russell Johnson 67 Judith Jones ' 68 Patricia Jones 69 Craig Jordan ' 68 Dennis Jordan ' 69 Paul Jordan ' 67 Richard Jordan ' 68 Ellen Jorgensen ' 67 John Juarez ' 68 TR aOiR R. ' 69 William Juarez ' 67 Rohnda Juday 68 Steven Justus ' 69 Jo Anne Just ' Glenn Kabanuck ' 69 Karyn Kombic 67 JoeKapiloff 69 : Diana Kapp 67 Kenneth Karhuse ' 69 Barbara Karig ' 69 i Jeffrey Kasmar ' 67 r» Rifa Keller 69 William Keller 69 Jo Ann Kelley 69 Kathy Kelley 67 Thomas Kelley 1 1 r Arthur Kelly " 69 Dennis Kelly 68 James Kelly ' 67 Fitz Kelly ' 68 Kathleen Kelly 68 Kathleen Kelly 68 Robert Kelly 69 Timothy Kelly ' 69 Timothy Kelly 68 William Kelly 68 Jerry Kenkel 67 Frank Kennedy 68 Michoel Kennedy 68 Thomas Kennedy ' 67 Thomas Kennedy 69 William Kershaw ' 69 Robert Kiersted 68 Catherine Kilkenny ' 67 Patrick Kilkenny ' 69 Thomas Kirn ' 69 Lawrence Klamecki William Klein ' 68 Larry Klose ' 68 John Knappenberger Tony Knebel ' 69 Kent Kobuchi ' 68 CharleneKohl ' 67 Gregory Kolar ' 68 Kurt Kolhede 68 Nancy Korpi 68 Aryeh Korthamar ' 67 Rose Mary Kottman 69 284 Karen Kovacovich 6i Richard Kraemer 67 Richard Krueger 68 Russell Kubiak 69 Joseph LaManfia ' 69 Robert LaMonte 68 Robert Labozetta 69 Leah Lamb 69 Gladys Kreiling 67 Thomas Kropp 67 Elizabeth Kumbler 69 Pierre LaBand ' 69 Richard LaVelle 69 Paul LaVoie ' 69 Lynn Lambert 67 James Lang 69 f I f Susan Lange 68 Christine Lautze ' 67 Paul Lorkin ' 69 Karen Lautze 68 Kathleen Larson ' 69 Patricia Lautze 69 A! Larson ' 68 Susan Lawler ' 69 Dennis Latimer ' 67 Beniamin Laubacher ' 67 Jonathan Lawson ' 68 Patricia Leach ' 69 Susan Lech ' 68 Suzanne Ledin 68 Melinda Lee 69 Robert Leininger ' 67 Walter Lembi 69 Margery Lemire ' 68 Marlene Lemke ' 69 William Lenaers ' 69 Maureen Lennon ' 67 David Leonard ' 67 Victoria Leonard 68 Susan Leonardi ' 68 286 Wayne Leong ' 69 Diana Lickwar 68 Marfin Lettunich ' 68 Arthur Liebscher 69 Kenneth Leufgen 68 James Lightbody ' 67 Catherine Lewis 68 Denise Lilian 69 Jonathan Libby 69 Carlos Linares 67 Felix Licini 69 Richard Lindgren 69 Jeanne Link ' 67 Paul Longmore 68 Laura Litschi 68 Mary Ann Lorentz 67 Maria Locatelli 69 Eileen Loubet 68 Robert Loeffler 69 Gerald Loughman 68 Daniel Loftus 67 William Loughman 69 Judith Logan 68 Ann Love 67 Patrick Love 6! Stephen Lucas ' Sarah Lucero 68 Alan Ludwig ' 68 Michoel Lum 68 Cynthia Lund 69 Peter Lusich 68 Frank Lynch 69 James Lynch 67 Maureen Lynch 67 Teiry Lyons 68 William Lyster 68 Robert Moos 67 Janet MacDonold ' 69 Kathleen MacDonald Daniel MacKay 69 David MacAAillan ' 68 Charles Maca 67 Richard Macchi 69 Kenneth Machado 69 288 m VD MACic PR£QlDWr ' 67 Peri Maciel 67 Harold Mack 67 Robert Mack 68 Mauro Mackesy 68 Brian Madden 68 Abdulla Madhi ' 69 Roger Mognaghi 68 Charles Magnus 69 Patricia Magruder 69 John Moher 67 John Mahoney 69 John Mahoney 67 Michael Mahoney 69 Pomelo Maido 69 Robert Maki 67 Henry Malatesta 69 Lynne Mallamo 69 Carol Malley ' 67 Ilk A John AAalloy 69 John Moloney 61 Abduloziz Mono ' 69 Abdulmoosen AAano Vincent Mancuso 69 John Maneely 69 Charles AAonzoni ' 69 Andrea Mope 69 Edward Malley ' 68 Alonna Malloy ' 67 Kathleen Moloney ' 69 Mora Moloney ' 69 J y David Manchester 69 Robert Moncuso ' 68 Michael Mann 68 Dorothy Montele ' 69 Douglas Marchio 67 Gail Marconi 68 Linda Marino 6 Michail Martin ' 68 Robert Martin 69 Michael Martinson ' 68 Patrick Mason 69 Katherine Masters 69 Segundo Mateo 69 Teresa Motson 69 Philip Matsumura ' 69 John Maulhardt 67 Linda Mayer ' 68 Kenneth Maysenhalder ' 68 William Mazotti 69 Dennis McBride ' 69 Martha McCabe 69 k mk Thomas McCobe ' 69 Michael Caffrey ' 68 Patricia McCoig ' 68 Merilee McCambridge 69 291 John McCarrick 69 James McCarthy 68 John McCarthy 67 Susan McCarthy 69 Thomas McCarthy 69 Wilhom McCarthy ' 69 Jerry McCloin ' 69 Judith McComas 69 Mary McConohay ' 68 William McCormick 67 Margaret McCoy 69 Thomas McCrea 68 Gertrude McCulloch 67 Marilyn McCullough 67 Michael McDevift 69 Patricia McFadden 69 Catherine McGreevey 67 William McGuiness 68 Brian McGuire 69 Michael McGuire 67 Michael McGuire 68 James McGuirk 69 Robert McGurk 68 Michail McHale 67 John Mclnerney 67 Richard McKannay 67 Timothy McKeenan 67 Kathleen McKenna 6 Daniel McKinley 69 Timothy McLoughlm 69 William McLoughlm 69 Donald McMorrow 69 isobel McNeills 69 Mary McNerney ' 67 Thomas McNiff 67 Thomas McPartland ' 67 John McQuaide 67 Barbara McWilliams 69 Donna Medley 68 Kathleen Meehan 67 Mary Meisel 67 Dennis Meister 69 Claire Mellini 68 293 Lesley Mello ' 68 Ronald Merlo 68 Mary Mellor ' 67 Norelynn Merrick ' 67 Mark Mena ' 69 Raymond Messa 67 Olivia Menino ' 68 Patrick Meusel ' 69 Hugh Menton ' Daniel Mezger ' Michelle Merckel ' 69 John Michalak ' 67 Christina Miller ' 68 Diana Miller ' 69 Mary Miller ' 69 Colleen Millett ' 68 Margaret Mingrone ' 68 Rob Minister ' 69 Richard Miller 69 David Minna 69 Robert Miller ' 67 John Mispagel ' 68 Warren Miller ' 69 Robert Moeck 67 Robert Moeckel 69 Stephen Moore 68 Paul Molloy 68 Kathleen Moron 69 Dennis Monohan ' 69 Linda Moron ' 69 James Moon ' 68 Susan Morange ' 68 Vernon Morioko ' 69 George Morton 68 Elaine Mull 68 Roberta Mullin 69 Mary Moroney 67 Robert Mott 69 Nancy Mullen ' Thomas Mulroy Michael Morosm ' Gerald Mugnolo Peter Muller ' 67 Melinda Mulvoney l Carolyn Moore 67 David Moreno ' 67 Melanie Moore 68 Marie Morey ' 69 295 Shirley Munford ' 69 Charles AAunger 69 Rosemary AAunson ' 67 Geroldine Murphy 69 Joseph Murphy 69 Mary Murphy 67 Michael Murphy ' 67 Patricia Murphy 68 Richard Murphy ' 67 Robert Murphy ' 67 Timothy Murphy ' 69 Michael Murroy 68 Suzonne Murray 69 Alan Musonte 69 Thomas Muscio 69 Victoria Muzio 68 296 Lynne Myers 68 Walter Myles 69 Mary Nahn 69 Michael Nails 69 Patrick Nance 69 Carol Nascimento 69 Wayne Nasser 68 Michael Naumes 6 Peter Naumes 67 Lindis Nealon 67 Craig Needham Mary Nehus 69 Rondel Neighbors 67 Alastair Neillands ' 67 John Nelson 68 Richard Nelson 69 Thomas Nelson 68 Michael Nesel 69 Margaret Newman 66 Raymond Newman 68 297 J k ' ' " W ! fi, m Edward Niland ' 68 Gaeton Nolo ' 69 Maryanne Nllmeler ' 69 Helen Nolan ' 68 John Nourse ' 67 Jane Novacic ' 67 Ellen Novacovich ' 67 Ronald Noya ' 68 Thonnas Nucio 69 William Nulk 69 Mane Nyarody 6. John O ' Boyle ' 69 Hugh O Brien 69 Michael O ' Brien ' 69 lii Patrick O ' Brien ' 67 Mary O Connell 68 Betty O ' Connor ' 69 Brian O Connor ' 69 JoneOHora 68 Margaret OHoro ' 67 298 Paul O ' Hara Susan O Hero 67 Kathleen O Keefe John O Mara 69 Vincent O ' Neal 67 Robert Olson 67 Terrence Orell 67 Anthony Orlandini ' 67 Thomas Ormenyi Chorleen Ortiz 69 Charles Ortman 67 Paul Osborne 69 Kenneth Oswald 68 Frederic Ott Karen On 69 John Ottoboni 69 LeeOuld Rifa Overshiner EarlOw 69 Paul Owen 68 Margaret Palvlne ' 68 William Poker 67 Marilyn Papagni 67 Nikki Poquet 68 Peter Paquet ' 67 Charles Porbyry ' 69 Richard Pordini 67 Daniel Pons ' 67 Erma Parise 69 Lynda Porise 67 Anne Parsons 69 Margaret Pasek 67 Keith Paulson 69 Rosemary Paumier 67 Joseph Payne ' 69 Lynne Pears 69 Frank Peccio 69 Richard Pedemont 67 Kenneth Pedersen 68 Patricia Pegg 69 Javier Pelayo 67 Sandra Pelletier 67 Franklin Peluso 67 Leticia Peno 68 Geno Pennington 67 Anne Penoyer 69 Maria Perez 69 Michael Pernn 67 301 Christa Piantadosi ' 68 Diane Piazza " 69 Marilee Pierotti ' 69 Robert Pignatelli 68 Thorn Pike ' 69 Charles Perrotta Allan Persyn Carlo Perusina ' 69 Linda Pessagno 69 Jack Peters ' 67 James Pilant 6 Mary Pino 67 Ernest Pinzo ' 68 Linda Piolo ' 69 Ronald Piziali ' 67 William Plochy 68 Steven Podielski 67 Cyryl Pogon ' 68 Michael Poitevin ' 67 Carmen Poling 69 Joseph Policy ' 67 James Polley ' 69 Paula Pohzzotto ' 68 Susan Pollard 67 -.■j.f- . 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" ' i John Pollock ' 68 Dennis Polosky 68 Michael Pometta ' 68 Jane Porter 67 Madeline Pontr67 Terry Porter 67 h David Pouhof 69 Gary Pouliot 67 Teresa Powell 69 John Powers 69 Edward Prati 68 Jo Anne Precissi 6i Allan Preckel 68 Paul Pribuss 69 Gerard Priefto 67 James Prior 68 Am A Josephine Profaci 69 Mane Prunk 69 Ross Prusmouski 67 Robert Pubins 69 Edmund Puchi 68 James Pullman 68 John Quottrin 67 James Quigg 69 304 Edward Quirk 68 Sharon Quisf 67 Michael Raab 69 Mane Racioppi 68 Dennis Raefield 69 Lodean Quiniisk 68 George Quinn 69 Sheila Quinn 67 Sylvia Quinn 67 William Quirle 69 Kothleen Rafael 68 Mark Ragno 68 Richard Romirez 67 Christine Ramos 68 Paul Ramos 69 Nancy Randall 69 Aldan Raney 69 Kathleen Raney 68 Thomas Ropheid 67 Mary Ann Rauscher 68 Norman Ravizza 67 Raymond Raymer 69 William Raymond 69 Christine Read 67 David Read 69 Loretta Rebello 69 Donna Rebie|o ' 68 Robert Redding 68 Rochelle Redman 67 Curt Reed 69 Joan Reed 68 Mary Anne Reader 69 Kenneth Reichman 68 Kathleen Reidy ' 67 Ronald Renard 68 - J Bernice Rendler 69 John Reftig 68 Michael Rewak 68 Sharon Rey Christopher Reynolds 69 Joyce Reynolds ' 69 Mary Rezzonico Brian Rice ' 69 William Rice ' 69 Alice Richardson ' 6 Mary Richie ' 69 Robert Rickard ' 69 Patrick Riley 69 Leo Rippo 69 Joseph Ritchey 67 Martha Robers 69 Charles Roberts 67 David Roberts 69 Carol Robertson 68 Brian Robinson 69 Donald Rodgers 68 Bowmar Rodgers 67 Robert Rodman 69 Ann Rodrigues 68 Theresa Rodriguez 6 Dorothea Roeser 67 Richard Roggia 69 ' M- k Joseph Romito ' 68 Gregory Rosa ' 69 Doria Rose ' 68 Gerard Rose ' 68 William Roseblade ' 67 Suzanne Rosenblatt ' Barbara Ross ' 67 Betty Ross ' 67 Clarence Ross ' 68 John Ross ' 67 Michael Ross ' 67 Dennis Rosselli 68 Susan Rosselli ' 67 Robert Rossi ' 68 Linda Roulo ' 69 Thomas Rowan ' 69 David Roybal 69 Patricia Rubino 69 James Ruegamer ' 68 James Ruhwedel ' 69 Franklin Ruono ' 67 George Rush ' 69 Teresa Rusmore ' 68 John Rust 67 Roger Ruth ' 67 Barbara Ryan ' 67 Donna Ryan ' 69 308 Marguerite Ryan ' 69 Paul Ryan 69 Gary Ryle 68 Julian Sabbatini ' 68 Arnold Sallaberry 68 Timothy Salter 69 David Sanchez ' 67 Joseph Sonfilippo ' Rozellah Ryan 69 Thomas Ryan 68 Gary Saenz ' 69 PaulSako 68 Ann Sanborn ' 68 Alfred Sanchez ' 69 Charles Santoni ' 69 Jacqueline Santos 68 Stephen SantuccI ' 68 Edward Scanlan ' 68 Joseph Saraci 68 Louis Scarcello 69 William Satoriono 68 Lauren Scoteno 69 Madeleine Saussofte t Linda Schofbuch ' 68 John Scalia ' 68 Michael Scholler ' 69 Joseph Scalmanini ' 67 Raymond Scheetz ' 69 Tonine Schirle ' 67 Steven Schmitz ' 69 Maria Schoepf 69 Alan Schroder 69 Erica Schmidt ' 69 Mane Schneider ' 68 Suzanne Schofield ' 69 John Schroeder " 67 Peter Schmitz ' 68 Peter Schneider ' 67 John Schooley ' 69 Mary Schroeder 68 Zachary Schroeder 69 Mary Schulein 69 Leslie Schwartz ' 68 Richard Schweickert Robert Schultz ' 69 Joseph Schweitzer 67 David Schumann ( Anne Scott 68 Margaret Schuveiller 69 Roger Scott 67 Roger Schwab Patricia Scully Ann Seamster 69 Patricia Seleski 69 Mary Ann Sebastioni 69 Terence Selna 68 Joan Seel ' 6 Leonard Semas 68 David Seitz ' 68 Craig Seminoff 69 Kevin Sekins Clysta Seney Suzann Selden 68 James Sepe ' 69 Leslie Servafius 69 Robert Sestero ' 67 Robert Sexton ' 68 Kathleen Shannon 69 Gary Shara 67 Anne Shea 69 Christopher Shea 69 Kathleen Sheehan ' 68 Patrick Sheehan ' 68 Maureen Sheehy 67 Terry Shelley 69 Gary Shimmin 67 Peter Shiver ' 69 William Siart ' 68 Kenneth Shurtleff 69 Melvin Silva ' 67 Patricia Simko ' 69 Thomos Simko 69 Thomas Simpson ' 69 Ronald Sinclair ' 67 Tf U fTR ■. , H.. Jerome Slad 68 Margaret Slottery 68 Robert Slavin 67 Sally Slyngstod 69 tflfcP Paul Smick 69 Jackie Smith 67 Christopher Smith 69 Loretto Smith 68 Timothy Smith 68 Dernriis Smolarski 69 Arthur Snyder ' 69 George Sobol 69 Richard Solis ' 67 Lillian Sondgeroth ' 69 Richard Songey 68 Ginger Sonntog ' 68 Therese Sonye ' Christina Sorensen Donna Sorich ' 68 Stephanie Sorich ' 67 Anthony Sparks ' 68 Ralph Spaulding ' 67 Allen Spielberger ' 68 James Sprigg ' 69 Kathleen Stanford 68 Frances Stanley 67 film Pamela Starr 68 Claire Starry ' 69 Mark Stegmaier ' 67 ;A3|fe . ' V Leo Steidlmayer 67 Timothy Sfeiner ' I Williom Stewart 68 Frances Sfolarz 68 John Sterner ' 67 Philip Sterner 67 m Terence Strain 67 Nancy Streuter 68 ik John Strube 69 Robert Stuckey 67 Donald Sullivan 68 John Sullivan 68 John Stenso ' 67 Jeanne Stephens 67 Donald Stidhom 68 Karen Stockird 68 James Stone 68 Kathleen Storch 68 Margaret Stroben ' 67 Susan Strobndge ' 68 Ronald Stutz ' 69 Daniel Sullivan 68 Patricia Sullivan 69 Paul Sullivan 69 Rena Sullivan ' 67 Susan Sullivan ' 68 Terry Sullivan ' 68 William Sullivan ' 67 Doreen Susani ' 67 Stephen Sutherlen ' 68 Patricio Sutter ' 69 Ronnie Sutter ' 68 Louise Sutton ' 67 Alan Sv ain ' 68 Twanet Swain ' 69 Frederick Swalling ' 69 Donna Swongren ' 68 Gerock Swanson ' 67 Geroldine Sweeney ' 69 Michelle Sweeney ' 67 William Sweeney ' 68 Kathy Sweetmon ' 69 Susan Swendseid ' 67 Judy Swenson ' 68 Earle Sylva ' 68 Lorraine Sylvia 68 Maria Sziebert ' 67 Doug Szyper ' 67 Neol Takomoto ' 68 Peter Tolia ' 68 Sandra Topello 67 fc% V ' i J Carlos Tavares 68 Pat Taylor 68 Beffy Ten Broeck 68 Michael Thelen 69 Loarn Thoelecke ' 69 Mary Ellen Thorn 68 Susan Thomas ' 69 Heidi Thometz ' 69 Stuart Taylor 67 Susan Taylor ' 69 James Thiltgen 67 Vivian Thode 68 James Thomas 68 Ray Thomas 68 Jomes Thonis ' 69 Karen Thorland 67 Edgar Thrift 67 Todd Thrower 69 Thane Tienson 68 Sheelagh Tiernon 69 Michael Tinney 69 Ann Tipton ' 69 Larry Tobin 69 Lowell Tom 68 Michael Tom 67 Lawrence Tomossini 67 Timothy Tomosso 68 Charles Toohey 69 Diane Toomey 68 Glenna Torosso 68 William Toth 68 James Townsend ' 69 Henry Troinor 69 Elaine Trapani 68 William Trovers 67 Sandra Treacy 68 Thomas Tnpol 68 Pefe Trombetta 67 Dennis Trusty 69 Frank Tuck 67 318 £ ' M i AikM Frederick Tufts 68 Laurel Turgeon 68 Robert Man Buren 69 William Van Loon ' 67 Mimi Turgeon 69 Paul Vontress 68 John Vigno ' 69 Susan Viviani ' 67 Daniel Voss ' 69 Hugh Walker 69 Marilyn Vigno 69 John Voller 67 Peter Viri ' 68 Lorraine Voipe ' 69 Francis Wagner 69 Michael Wagnei 6 ' ' William Wallace 69 Philip Walsh 68 4 Margaret Urich ' 67 Roy Vega 68 William Ursick 68 David Viano 68 John Volpreda 67 David Viglienzoni ' 68 319 Robert Walter 68 Stephen Walwyn 69 Catherine Wamser 67 Dennis Ward 69 Thomas Wargo 68 Ann Warnke 69 Gail Warok 69 Mary Beth Warren Nancy Waters 67 Kevin Watts 69 Gory Weaver 68 John Weed 68 Margaret Weekes Holly Weiland 69 Blair Weimer 67 Rebecca Weinstein ' 69 Ann Weisenberg 69 Hornet Weissensee ' 69 Moriieon Welage ' 69 Kathleen Welond ' 69 Gayle Wells ' 69 Melvin Wells ' 69 James Wendlmg ' Gerald Werner ' 6: Paul Wert ' 69 Susan West 68 Patricio Wetzler 68 Mary Weyer 68 Michael Wholen 69 Patrick Whalen 67 Sue Whalen 69 Timothy Whalley 67 Pita Wheeler 68 A ' -iita Whelon 67 i ihy Whitoker 68 Christopher White 69 John Wickman 68 Thomas Wiedel 68 George Wilfert 67 Steve Wilkinson 67 Denice Williams 68 :-ail Williams 68 •rey Williams 69 321 Henry Williams 69 Kay Williams 69 Mary Williams 67 Robert Williams 69 Sandy Williams 69 Patricia Wilson 67 Jeffrey Winters 68 Peter Wise 69 Margaret Wittenburg 68 Gayle Wittenmeier 67 SfB -ZtNNfiHON TR.ea£URER ' 67 i . rf- ' j f Rene Woe 67 Stepfien Wolf 67 Maureen Wolfe 68 Joseph Wolff 67 William Woltfiuis 67 Judith Woodard 69 Richard Woodard 69 William Woodard 69 322 Patricia Woodward 67 Michael Wright 69 Patricia Wright 68 Susan Yakobovich William Yakobovich 67 Dennis Woodruff 67 Neil Woodruff 68 Lynn Woods 68 Michael Woods 69 George Woodward 69 Francis Yano 69 Edward Yerman 67 Mark Yost ' 69 Arthur Young ' 67 Baibora Yunger 69 Judith Zacharias 67 Kenneth Zacharias 69 Mary Zonone 67 Alan Zapala 69 Peter Zell 69 John Zent 68 Linda Zepfei 67 Michael Zimnnerman 6l Stephen Zinnomon 67 Joseph Zotter 67 X I " 324 325 326 ATTWE " OTOfO Df MARBLE " SENIOR C A OF 196 6 E15 ,, -4"- P f.-I J . ' f' ' . ,w MARIA V. ABOITIZ CEBUCITY, PHILLIPINES B.S.C. MARKETING Internationo I Club, Sodality, Marketing Club, B.A.A HEIDEM. AGUIRRE OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.S.C, MARKETING BAA Marketing Club, Glee Club, S WS CRAIG S. ALPER ROLLING HILLS, CALIFORNIA B.C.E.CIVIL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, A.S.C.E. Junior Class Social Committee. TAREK A. ALYOUNIS SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING KAREN A. ALBANESE SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C, ECONOMICS .A. A, MEREDITH L. BACON SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH S W.S , Day Students, Young Re- publicans, KSCU, International Students Club THOMAS L. ALDRIDGE SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY PATRICIA A. ALLEGRINI SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA B.S.C, FINANCE SWS Ski Club, Pitle Team, Ho mecoming Committee, W R A,, B A.A , Sodality Frosh Orienta- tion Committee Who ' s Who. ROSEM. AVILA SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA B.A. FRENCH Sodality, Sigma Delta Upsilon, Math Club, Chem Club, SWS. ALANM. BAAS SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Sodality Owl Editor, Phoenix Club, Arts and Science Lecture Series 330 RICHARD W. BALESTRI CHESTNUT HILL, MASSACHUSETTS B.S.C. ECONOMICS Varsity Baseball Block S.C Charles Graham Club, S A M B.A.A, FRANK R. BALESTRIERI BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA Tou Beta Pi, I E.E E , Erigineenng Society, Ski Club, KEVIN P. BARR LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA B.S. PHYSICS KATHLEEN E. BARRETT SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. SPANISH Ballet Ensemble DOUGLASS. BARRY ALEMEDA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Election Committee CLAIRE M. BATAILLE ALTADENA, CALIFORNIA B.A. FRENCH BRIAN P. BARNDT SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Co ROBERT E. BEEHAN SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY -Founder, Beehon-Ryan Award THOMAS H. BENDER SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Chief Justice, Alpha Sigma Nu Charlie Graham Club, Varsity Basketball MARILYN A. BOITANO SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B S. BIOLOGY 331 JOANNE M. BERSCHEIDT WOODLAND HILLS, CALIFORNIA B.A., HISTORY Who ' s Who, A S U S C, Senator, Student Union Committee, Sodal- ity W R A , Phi Alpha Theta, N D E A Fellowship Frosh Orien- tation Committee MARY L. BESEL SAN MARINO, CALIFORNIA B.A., POLITICAL SCIENCE Lambda Society, Intramuials, In- ternational Students, Sigma Delta Upsilon, Glee Club, Chairman of Parent s Day CHARLES A. BETTENCOURT HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA B.A., ECONOMICS Sodality JOSEPH M. BIASELLA JR. SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A., POLITICAL SCIENCE. JOAN BIHN SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A., PSYCHOLOGY Glee Club S W S Cloy M Greene. LEWIS K. BOMBARD HANNIBAL, NEW YORK B.S.C. A A WAYNE C. BONDE MENLOPARK, CALIFORNIA B.S.C, MANAGEMENT Beta Gamma Sigma Delta Sigma Pi, Society for Advancement of Management, MARILYN F. BORSI SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A., ENGLISH Day Student Association ROBERTO. BORTFELD SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S., PHYSICS Physics Society, Moth Society, Hawaiian Club, Phoenix, Frosh Football, intramurols JULIA A. BOVERIE EL PASO, TEXAS B.A., SPANISH S W S , Delta Sigma Upsilon, W R A 332 ROBERTS BOWEN BALBOA HEIGHTS, CANAL ZONE B.S.C. MANAGEMENT Marketing Club SAM Delto Sigma Pi B A A THOMAS C. BROEMMEL SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT S A M , B A A ANDREW W. BROWN OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOMICS Delta Sigma Pi Charlie Graham, Sodality, BAA, Advanced ROTC JOHN P. BRUNSTETTER SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.A PSYCHOLOGY Glee Club RICHARD F. BRUTOCAO COVINA, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING A S.U.S.C Senate, Vice-President Senior Class, Finance Committee. Scabbard and Blade Ski Club, Engineering Society I E.E E Sanctuary Society MICHAEL R. BUCHNER SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Drill Team, Pershing Pities Glee Club. Scabbard ond Blade, Lambda Society, Arts and Science Association, Sodality, Ski Club. ANNEE. BULLINGER PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH S W S , Day Students Association, ROBERT E. BURGE GILROY, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH Rho Delta Theta, Charlie Giaham Club. JAMES F. BURKE SIERRA MADRE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE Koppa Zeto Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Rally Committee, Homecoming Committee JOHNM. BURNS OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.A. PSYCHOLOGY Arts and Science Association President Rugby Club Cloy M, Greene Intiamuiols Minoi Sports Committee Who ' s Who. 333 BRADT. BYERS SARATOGA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH BRUCE N. CAMERON SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOMICS Alpha Sigma Nu, Beta Gamma Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi, B.A, A., Rho Delfo Theto. EDWARD A. CAHILL MT. VERNON, WASHINGTON B.S.C. MANAGEMENT A A. JOSEPH T. CAMISA SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CHRISTINE M. CALDWELL REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORN IA B.A. SOCIOLOGY Ski Club Election Committee, Lambda Society, Italian Club LEE A. CALLAGHAN LIVERMORE, CALIFORNIA B.A. BIOLOGY MADELINE L. CAMISA SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Cloy AA Green, Sodality, Amigos Anonymous, Glee Club, Lambda Society, Sigma Delta Upsilon. ' j»:i DOMINIC J. CAMPISI SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Freshman Council, Young Demo- crats, Debating Team, Owl, Blackstone Society, Ryland De- bate. FRANCISCO J. CALLEJAS CHINANDEGA, NICARAGUA B.C. E. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING International Club WALTER M. CARDINET DANVILLE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE Charlie Graham Club, Basketball, BAA., Rhi Delta Theta, Red- wood. 334 MEMPHIS A. CEPEDA SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.E.E., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING .E.E.E. ROBERT M. CAREY ENCINO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C., ECONOMICS Sgt.-af-Arms Senior Class, Charlie Graham Club, Rally Committee, Young Republicans, B.A.A. RICHARD L. CORTESE REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA B.S.C., MANAGEMENT BAA,, S.A.AA PETE M. CASERTA SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A., HISTORY Redwood, Varsity Tennis, Mendel Society, Ski Club, Frosh Orienta- tion Committee. y i BRUCE CARMICHAEL SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C., MARKETING Varsity Baseball, Charlie Graham, Marketing Club, Block S.C THOMAS G. CASAZZA CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C., MANAGEMENT Delta Sigma Pi, Varsity Football, Rho Delta Theta, Intramurals. PATRICK W CARR REDDING, CALIFORNIA B.A., SOCIOLOGY Rho Delta Theta Varsity Cheer- leader, Rally Committee, SUSAN M. CASEY LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA B.A., HISTORY Homecoming Committee, Rally Committee, Ski Club, Sodality, Amigos Anonymous, Redwood, W R A. ALISON M. CARROLL WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C., ACCOUNTING A A , Glee Club ANNE M. CATALANE MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN B.A, POLITICAL SCIENCE Social Committee, Senior Ball Committee, C CD., W R.A 335 GEORGE p. CHUNN SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IEEE JOHNE. CIFRANIC SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING Intramurals, BAA KATHLEEN P. CLARE SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY JAMES R. CHARKINS MENLOPARK, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS RUSSELL P. CLARKE SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. BIOLOGY Advanced R.OT.C-, Scabbard and Mendel Society Blade JOSEPH O. CLARK BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE lying Club, Advanced ROTC. MICHELECLEROU BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA B.A. SPANISH Summer Orientation Committee, Homecoming Committee, Frosh Orientation Committee. JOHN P. CODY PALISADES, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING B A A., Marketing Club, Delta Sigma Pi, Intramurals, Wrestling, JOHN W.COOK PLEASANTON, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. B A, A FRANK A. COSTANZI ALHAMBRA, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHYSICS Physics Society, Santa Clara, Young Democrats. 336 KEVIN P. COUGHLAN B.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA Engineering Society, A.S.C.E., In- Iramurals, Frosh Basketball. LARRY D.CRONIN WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE Charles Graham Club, Finance Club, Delta Sigma Theta, BAA,, Intramurals, Ski Club. KENNETH G.COVENEY MARINA, CALIFORNIA B.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING Engineermg Society, A.S.C.E., Al- pha Sigma Nu, Sanctuary Society, Intramurals, Scabbard and Blade, Who ' s Who. RICHARD F. COWAN B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE LOS GATOS, CALIFORNIA Golf, Senate, Advanced ROTC, Recognition Committee, ASUSC Committee on Foreign Studies. MARLENEE. CRESCI MERCED, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHILOSOPHY Intramurals, Sodality. GARYCUMMINGS OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Rho Delta Theta, Advanced ROTC. GERALD R. CUNHA CAMPBELL, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY. WILLIAM R. DAMICO SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.M.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Scabbard and Blade, D.M.S., In- tramurals, A. ME. Day Students Association. KATHYM. CREIVER SAN MARINO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH JANEC. DABO HOLLISTER, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING B.A, A., Delta Sigma Upsilon. 337 ROSALIND A. DAGRADI GARDEN GROVE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Phi Alpha Theta.S.W.S. JOHN J. DEIS SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, I.E.E.E., Tau Beta Pi. CHARLES A. DAVIS SEATTLE, WASHINGTON B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE JANICE M. DeLaBRIANDAIS RODEO, CALIFORNIA B.A.SPANISH Sodality, Glee Club, Sigma Delta Upsilon, Student Court, S.W.S., Alviso Tutoring Program. EN-JONNM. DEFIGUEIREDO HONGKONG B.A. PHILOSOPHY Redwood, Santa Clara, Soccer, Tokyo E Kai. CAROLA. DiGIULIO FREMONT, CALIFORNIA B.A.FRENCH Day Student Association, Sigma Delta Upsilon, International Club. ERNEST W. DEGASPARIS SANTA MARIA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Editor, The Redwood, Who ' s Who, Scabbard and Blade, A.S.U.S.C. Senate, Sodality, Lambda Society, Amigos Anonymous, Intramurals President, Club 575. THOMAS P. DICKINSON BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON B.A. ECONOMICS Intramural Sports. JULIE M. DECKER SEATTLE, WASHINGTON B.A.SPANISH S W.S,, WR.A., Ski Club, A.S-U.S.C. Secretoriol Staff. EDWARD L. DUBOST SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S. CHEMISTRY Wrestling, Ski Club, Chemical So- ciety. 338 FLORENCES. DIETZ SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH Day Students Association. JOSEPH DAMAS FREMONT, CALIFORNIA B.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING ■ miwm.mi ' i sA-., ' JOHN H. DIMALANTA SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Sophomore Class President, Ad- vanced ROTC, Sodality, Frosh Orientation Committee, Phi Alpha Theta, Frosh Football, Freshman Vice President. TERENCES. DOWLING SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S. CHEMISTRY Mendel Society, Advanced ROTC. FRANKT. DIRKSEN B.S.C. MARKETING SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA Intramurals, Day Students Asso- ciation, Sodality. SANDRA M. DOWNEY OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH S.W.S., Clay M. Greene, Glee Club, Sigma Delta Upsilon. JOHNR. DODDS SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH Amigos Anonymous, Clay M. Green, Sodality, Glee Club. JEAN DuVIGNEAD SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA B. ME. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ASM.C DANIEL DODOBARA SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S. CHEMISTRY Mendel Society, Day Student As- sociation. k JAMES A. DUNCKLEY REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA B.M.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING A.M.E.C 339 LAWRENCE T.DUFFY SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING ,.S.C.E. TERRYJ. ENNIS EVERETT, WASHINGTON B.A. HISTORY Rho Delta Theta, Varsity Football Block SC. KATHLEEN A. DUNNE SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIAL SCIENCES S.WS.SkiClub- MARGARETE. ENRIGHT SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY sw.s. PETER W. ECCLESINE RYE, NEW YORK B.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I.E.E.E., A.S.C.E., Engineering So- ciety, Homecoming Committee, Observatory Finance Committee, Motorcycle Club. FRANKJ. ESPINOZA SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH Day Students Association, Catholic Inter-rocial Council, International Club, Arts and Science Associa- tion. JAMES C. ECHEVERRIA SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOMICS DAVID O.EVERHART SAN GABRIEL, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING B.A. A., Marketing Club. WILLIAM R. EISELE GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA B.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I.E.E.E., Engineering Society, Tau Beta Pi, Roily Committee, Motor- cycle Club, Drill Team, Wrestling. JANEA. EWENS NORTH LAKE, WISCONSIN B.A. PHILOSOPHY Rally Commiftee, Sodality, Ten- 340 MARIO p. PARANA LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA B.A., HISTORY R.O.T.C., Sodality, Intramurals, Freshman Baseball. JEANNE A. FARLEY OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Glee Club, Young Democrats, C.C.D. JOHNG. FARNAN FULLERTON, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOMICS A. A. PAULS. FARRELL SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOAAICS JAMES D.FARWELL LOSGATOS, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Homecoming Chairman, Day Students Association President, Rally Committee, Cheerleader, Sanctuary Society, Blockstone So- ciety, Kappa Zeta Phi, Varsity Crew, Varsity Track, Block S.C, Advanced ROTC, DMS, Who ' s Who. ELLEN M.FERGUSON ALTADENA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Redwood, LR C , Young Demo- crats, Glee Club, Arts and Science Association. PHILIP E. FERRARI SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA HISTORY, B.A. Intramurals, Kappa Zeta Phi, Phi Alpha Theta, Italian Club. ROBERT J. FIGONE SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY RAYK. FARRIS SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE Day Students Associotion. PAUL N. FERNANDES OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Baseball 341 CAROLYN M. FISCHER SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY Glee Club, Choral Council, Phoe- nix, CC.D. Sigma Delta Upsilon, Santo Clara. THOMAS V. FLORES REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Fiosh Basketball, Advanced ROTC, Scabbard and Blade, Dis- tinguished Military Student, MARYG. FOLEY SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Day Student Association, Phi Al- pha Theta. WILLIAM H. FORD, III SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Charlie Graham, Kappa Zeto Phi, PENELOPE C. FORD GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH SWS, Amigos Anonymous, Peace Corps Committee. KENNETH J. FRIEDENBACHJR. PLEASANT HILL, CALIFORNIA B.S. MATHEMATICS Sodality, Math Society, Chairman Computer Dance, Inframurols. SHERRILLA. FORD OROVILLE, CALIFORNIA B.S. MATHEMATICS Glee Club, Sodality, W,R,A Moth Society, Hawaiian Club, Flying Club, Sigma Delta Upsilon. WILLIAM P. FOSTER LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY Day Student Association. ROBERT M. FOWLER AKRON, OHIO B.A. HISTORY Rho Delta Theta, Student Union Committee, Intromurals GLORIA P. FRENCH SARATOGA, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY S W.S., Sigma Delta Upsilon. 342 ROBERT R.FRIEDRICHS PLEASANT HILL, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY Mendel Society VERONICA FRIEL BURLINGAME, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH S.W.S., Glee Club JOHN A. FUCHS SANTA MARIA, CALIFORNIA B.A. MATHEMATICS Math Society, ELIZABETH GAGEN PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY FRANK J. GAMMICCHIA LA MESA, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH WILLIAM G.GANNON SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Amigos Anonymous, Sodality. Catholic Interrocial Council, Lambda Society, Intramurals. JUDITH A. GILBERT CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA B.A. MATHEMATICS Math Society, Glee Club. ROBERT M.GILBERT PEARL CITY, HAWAII B.S. BIOLOGY Charlie Graham Club. MARYK. GILLIVAN PASADENA, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH MARYB. GILLICK SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. PSYCHOLOGY Day Students Associotion. 343 MARY L. GOMES HAWI, HAWAII B.S. MATHEMATICS Math Society, Glee Club, Sigma Delta Upsilon, S,W,S, MAY T. GOODREAU SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY Glee Club, SW.S., Choral Council, C.C.D. • JOSEPH C.GIRARD LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHILOSOPHY BARBARA GRANT BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Senate, Sigma Delta Upsilon, Young Republicans, Problems Committee DONALD R. GOMES SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA B.A. PSYCHOLOGY Lombda Society, Sanctuary Soci- ety, Kappa Zeta Phi, Junior Class President, The Santa Clara, Scab- bard and Blade, Day Students Association. JODINE M.GRANTHAM SOUTH GATE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HUMANITIES MARGOT J. GRAHAM SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HUMANITIES S.W.S., Chairman, Peace Corps Week, ASUSC Testing and Guidance Committee. TERRY GREELEY VENTURA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HUMANITIES Amigos Anonymous, Sodality, Phoenix. JAMES P. GREEN DALY CITY, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. BAA. GERALD J. GREEVE MENLOPARK, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Advanced ROTC. 344 THOMAS A. GRIGLIATTI SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY Mendel Society, Archaeological Society, Ski Club, Sodality, Sena- tor. ■ ' try- J H PATRICK T. HALL AVILA BEACH, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE JOHNL. GUHEEN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Football, Block SC SHARON A. GUSKAY SHERMAN OAKS, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH The Santa Clara, S W S., In tramurals. ZACKF. HANGAUER LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOMICS Rho Delta Theta, BAA , Delta Sigma Pi, Charles Graharri Club, Cheerleader. MARYC. HANLON BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH FRANKLIN I. GUTIERREZ DALY CITY, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Freshman Orientation, Marketing Society, Hawaiian Club, S.A.M. International Students Club, Pub- licity Committee BARBARA J. HANNIGAN SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY CORALENE A. HAAS SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. PSYCHOLOGY Day Students Association SALLY J. HANSON MASSOL, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH 345 JEANNE HARDY TRACY, CALIFORNIA B.S.FRENCH ROBERT E. HASLAM SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Sodahfy, Young Republicans, C.I.C-, International Students Club, John J. Montgomery Club, Sanctuary Society, The Santa Clara, Pershing Rifles, Glee Club. ELIZABETH D. HAROLD PASADENA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Sigma Delta Upsilon, Lambda Society, WRA , Glee Club, In- framurals. MARY L HARRINGTON SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY BARRY W. HART SEATTLE, WASHINGTON B.A. HISTORY Intramurals, Football, Track, Senate, Charles Graham Club. JAMES C. HAYDEN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Golf, Charles Graham Club, Block SC, Intramurals, Irish Club, Rho Delta Theta. JAMES A. HAYES APTOS, CALIFORNIA B.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING A.S.C.E. JOSEPH F. HEANEY SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S. PHYSICS Physics Society, Math Society, Advanced ROTC, Ski Club, In- tramurals. RICHARD L. HARVEY LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE ?lock S.C, Football. JAMES A. HENGEHOLD PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Delta Sigma Pi. SAM., Rho Delta Theta. 346 KEVIN J. HENKER SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Day Students Association. LEON W. HUNTTING SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA Day Students Association, In tromurals. JACQUELINE A. HICKEY HILLSBOROUGH, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH JOHNL. HILLIS TUSTIN, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Marketing Society, Charles Gra- ham Club, Rho Delta Theta, Baseball Team Monager. MICHAEL M. HOFFMAN BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON B.S. BIOLOGY Junior Closs Sgt, at Arms, Sodal- ity, Sanctuary Society, Lambda Society, Mendel Society, Kappa Zeta Phi, Frosh Orientation Who ' s Who. PATRICIA IVERS LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY STANLEY!. IWAI SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY Hawaiian Club, Meridel Society, PAS, LINDA A. JACKSON CONCORD, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY S.W,S,, Student Body Office Secretary, GEORGE A. HRUNENI LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Redwood, Sanctuary Society, Phi Alpha Theta intromurals JOAN JACOBSMIER SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE s.ws. 347 JOSEPH A. JACONI SAN PEDRO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Defense Council Chief, Home- coming Committee, Senate, Prob- lems Committee, Kappa Zeta Phi, Who ' s Who, The Santa Clara, Young Republicans, Blackstone Society, Intramurals. RALPH E.JOHNSON SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S. MATHEMATICS Moth Society, Glee Club, Tennis, Publicity Committee, Intramurals. SAMIRAJADDAM SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH DAVID L. KAFFER PASADENA, CALIFORNIA B.M.E., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Sanctuary Society, Glee Club, En- gineering Society, Rugby. ROBERTA. JAUREGUI SANTA PAULA, CALIFORNIA Advanced ROTC, Redwood, So- dality. RAYMOND W. KALISKI SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Marketing Society, B.A. A. FRANK JIMENEZ THOMAS KAMBE SANTA MARIA, SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA B.S. SPANISH B.S.C. FINANCE Sodality, Intramurajs, Woodrow B.A. A., Finance Society, Charlie Wilson Fellowship, Di. Brown Graham Club, Delta Sigma Pi, Fellowship. S.A.M., Intramurals. HARLEIGH JOHNSTON ARNOL. KANITZ K SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA REDWOOD CITY, il ' B.A. SOCIAL SCIENCE CALIFORNIA Day Students Associotion. B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE i 348 FREDERICK J. KASSIS SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY Sanctuary Society, SocJalify, Glee Club, Mendel Society. MARGARET J. KEOWN LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE Homecoming Committee, Red- wood, Rally Committee, WR.A., B A A,, K SC.U Publicity Direc- tor RONALD M. KEIHL SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Day Students Association, In- tramurals. CHRISTINE M.KLEIN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Redwood, S.CA.P., Sodality, Tu- toring. PATRICIA E. KELLER SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA S.W.S., Sigma Delta Upsilon, Model United Notions. JOSEPH K. KELLOGG LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Advanced ROTC, Scabbord and Blade. JANET M.KOLHOFF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH The Santa Cora, S.W.S., W R.A. Lambda Society. PETER R. KELLY WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN B.S. BIOLOGY Mendel Society, Intromurals CHARLES T. KOLLERER SAN BRUNO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Cloy M. Greene, Mendel Society, Ski Club, The Santo Clara, The Owl, Student Union Committee PAULA KNUTSEN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE C.C.D., S.W.S., Sigma Delta Epsi Ion. 349 THOMAS R. KONRAD COVINA, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY President Arts and Science Owl Editor, A.SU.S.C, Senate, Who ' s Who. MARIE M.LAIDAS SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A.FRENCH International Stu- Phoenix Club dents Club. MARGARET L. KROLL SIERRA BONITA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH W.R.A. MARION S. LAMBERT MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE A.S.U.S.C, Social Vice-President, Social Committee, Sodality, A.S.U.S.C. Senate, Executive Board, Who ' s Who, CCD. DAVID I. KROOPNICK GARDEN GROVE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY WILLIAM A. LANDTBOMJR. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING Rho Delta Theta, Delta Sigma Pi, Bridge Club President, Redwood, Intramurals, CHARLES G. KRYSKI SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHILOSOPHY Student Court Justice, Alpha Sigma Nu, Sodality, Mendel Club. JAMES A. LANZA SEATTLE, WASHINGTON B.S.C. ECONOMICS Varsity Football, Rho Delta Theta, B.A. A., Block SC. ' !■ ni hm ' t» ' - ' % 1 v . rf 7j GORDON H. KUBOTA SARATOGA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Advanced ROTC, Distinguished Military Student, Scabbard and Blade, Day Students Association, Lincoln Fellowship, CATHERINE H. LARIVEE MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Student Body Office Staff. 350 MAURICE G. LaRIVIERE SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT S.A.M., B.A.A., Day Student As- sociation, Intramural Bowling. MARYF. LICINI LAS VEGAS, NEVADA B.S. BIOLOGY AS.U.S.C. Office staff, A.S.U.S.C. Executive Board Secretary, Homecoming Princess, Mendel Society, Freshman Academic Ad- visor, Who ' s Who. LUCIE J. LAXAGUE CEDARVILLE, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Redwood, Young Republicans, WR.A., Sigma Delta Upsilon. JOHNG. LINDENTHAL PASADENA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOMICS Varsity Basketball, Block SC, Charlie Graham, Beta Gamma Sigma, B.A. A,, Rho Delta Theta, Intramurals. JOAN T.LEAHY SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Sodality, S.W.S, VICTOR C. LINDSAY SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, A.S C E. RICHARD H. LEVITT SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Varsity Basketball, Block SC, I.E.E.E., Engineering Society. JOAN C. LIZZA LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Santa Clara News Editor, Frosh Orientation Committee Who ' s Who. MARILYN A. LIBBEY PIEDMONT, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY Cloy M. Greene, S.W.S., Society, Glee Club. Mendel ANTHONY H. LIZZA HERMOSA BEACH, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Sodality, Freshman Class Officer, Intramurals, -Kappa Zeto Phi. 351 CHRISTINE LOWE SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA B.A. PSYCHOLOGY Sigma Delfa Upsilon. ANNAM. LORENZI SAN LUIS OBISPO B.A. ECONOMICS Amigos Anonymous. EDWIN W.MABIE SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.M.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society. DAVID D. LOWRY TALENT, OREGON B.S.C. MANAGEMENT BAA. CHARLES E. LUCCHESI SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. PSYCHOLOGY Day Students Association. JAMES LUE CHEN KINGSTON, JAMAICA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I E.E E-, International Club, Engi neering Society. KATHLEEN MALLEY MALIBU, CALIFORNIA B.S. SPANISH EDWARD B. LYONS SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT Day Students Association. ROBERT W. MALCOLM CASTRO VALLEY, CALIFORNIA B.M.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society. MARIA M. MALOLEPZA REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA B.A. FRENCH Day Students Association. 352 DAVID E. MARACINI LOSBANOS, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOMICS BAA Chaihe Giaham, Rho Delta Theta. JESSIE T. MARTORI PHOENIX, ARIZONA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT S W S. BAA, S,A M. W.R.A. GEORGE J. MARINELLI SAN GABRIEL, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING Varsity Football Soccei , Rugby Captain, Kappa Zeta Phi, Charlie Graham, Rally Committee, Co- Chairman Minor Sports Commit- tee, Minor Sportsman of the Year, Italian Club. THOMAS A. MAULHARDT SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE CHARLES T.MARSHALL MENLOPARK, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Senior Class President, A.S U S.C. Senate, Redwood, Who ' s Who, BAA. SADIRIC. MAZA PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA B.M.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, A.S.M.E. LYNNE. MARTIN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH SWS., Froih Oiientati Com- mittee, W.R.A. KEVIN A. MARTIN SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Day Students Association, JJ. Montgomery Club, Advanced R.O.T.C, Day Student Basketball. JOHNT. McARDLE VAN NUYS, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY DENNIS J. McAULEY SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, I.E.E.E., Lit- erary Congress, Attorney Gener- als staff, Tyland Debate, Foch Medal Debater. 353 MARY J.McBREARTY STUDIO CITY, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY DANIEL E.McCOY ENCINO, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHILOSOPHY Glee Club, Sodality, Irish Club, Blackstone Society, Kappo Zeta Phi Lambda Society, Junior Class Treasurer, Studerif Court Justice. MARY McBRIDE MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN B.A. HISTORY Senate. LAWRENCE McDonald CANOGAPARK, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOMICS PATRICK M. McCAHILL REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Day Students Association MICHAEL G. McDONELL CASTRO VALLEY, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY The Santa Clara Editor. KEVIN McCarthy SAN GABRIEL, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Phoenix President, Editor, the Owl, Rugby, Clay M. Green, Spirit, Social Vice-President, Club 575. JAMES E. McDonnell PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Day Students Association, JOANNE McCORMICK PHOENIX, ARIZONA Ski Club, Young Chiistian Sti dents, S W.S. LAURENCE J. McEVOY WHITTIER, CALIFORNIA Ski Club, Pershing Rifles, Foreign Studies Committee, Irish Club, Charles Graham Club, Intramur- als k V 354 MICHAEL J. McGOWAN LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING i.A.A. DONALD F. MclNTOSH OJAI, CALIFORNIA B.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, I E.E.E. MARY A. McNEIL SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Marketing Club, S W,S , Rally Committee, The Sonta Clara, Bowling. DENNIS M.McNERNEY BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Kappa Zeta Phi. DAVID F. MEALY BURLING AME, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING Engineering Society, B.A. A., In- tramurols. FRANCINEM. MEDEIROS HOLLISTER, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Clay M. Greene, Defense Council, Phi Alpha Theta, International Club. JOAN M. MERCHANT MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA B.A. SOCIOLOGY Redwood, Homecoming Court Princess, Military Ball Queen CARROLL M.MERLINO SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A.SPANISH Mendel Club, Day Students Asso- ciation. THOMAS P. MEYER GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE k A ANN G.MEYERS SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA Sodality, Amigos Anonymous, Clay M. Greene, Glee Club, Sigma Delta Upsilon. . 355 h{ % 1 PATRICIA MILLER ±m 1 ARCATA, CALIFORNIA i Redwood, W P A. Basketball. RICHARD L. MILLER SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY Day Students Association. LINDA B. MILLS SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT BAA , Maiketing Club, Finance Club, S A.M., Blockstone Society Clay M Greene, Glee Club THOMAS P. MINEHAN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY ROBERT MIRANDA ALAMEDA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Football Block SC, Who ' s Who. VICTORIA C. MOLINARI SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. FRENCH RONALD K. MITOOKA LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IE E E , Engineeiing Society THOMAS H. MIYASHIRO HONOLULU, HAWAII B.M.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, AS ME IEEE., Tau Beta Phi, Hawaiiar Club, Intramurols. ROBERT M.MONDAVI HELENA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT B A A , S AM, Ski Club, Charles Graham Club, Koppo Zeta Phi, Intramurols ANTONIO G. MONTOYA SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT S A.M., Young Demociots, Inter- national Club, Clay M. Greene, C.I.C, B.A. A., Publicity Commit- tee 356 DEMERRISC. MOON SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Doy Students Associatioii The Santo Clara, Sodality Who ' s Who. CHERYL A. MOORE ATHERTON, CALIFORNIA B.A.FRENCH DONNA M. MORAN WESTCOVINA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH The Santo Clara, Sodality, In national Club, Bowling MICHAEL A. MORE HILLSBOROUGH, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT Advanced ROTC, Glee Club, Kappa Zeta Phi, Scabbaid and Blade STEPHEN T. MORI LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA BEE., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IEEE Tau Beta Pi A i A SanctuQiy Society, Sodality, gineenng Society. DAVID R.MORTON SAN CARLOS, CALIFORNIA B.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING A S C E Engmeenng Society ROSEMARY MOORE SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY DONALD MOYER SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Red Hat Bond Piesident, Rally Committee, Alpha Theta Phi, Club 575. DAVID F. MRAZ SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Advanced ROTC, Day Students Association. iiV JAMES L. MURPHY CHOTEAU, MONTANA B.A. PHILOSOPHY 357 SUSAN F. NEWMAN PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Amigos Anonymous. LEONARD K. MURPHY WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Kappa Zeta Phi, Irish Club, So- dality, Sophomore Class Officer, Scabbard and Blade, Tennis, D.M.S., Intromurals, Altar Soci- ety. MARYF. NEUDORFFER SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA B.S. PHYSICS Physics Society, Flying Club. MERVIN NEWTON FREMONT, CALIFORNIA B.S. MATHEMATICS Day Students Associotion, Math Society, Pershing Rifles. RICHARD W. NICHOLS LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA B.S. PHYSICS Physics Society. MICHAEL J. NICOLAI SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT B.A. A. MARY J. NICHOLS PALABINE, ILLINOIS B.A. HISTORY JO ANNENOLA SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Day Students Association. MAUREEN E. NOLAN SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA B.A.A. HISTORY S.W.S. LINNEANYGREN SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY Day Students Association. 358 ROBERT J. O ' BRIEN BELMONT, CALIFORNIA B.S. CHEMISTRY Chemistry Society Intramurals, Minor Sports, Bridge Club. JOHNR. OCANO SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Day Studernts Association, MICHAEL J. O ' CONNOR LANCASTER, CALIFORNIA B.S. C. MARKETING B.A A JOHN P. O ' NEILL SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Chorhe Graham Club, Rho Delta Theta, Block SC, Football, Irish Club. JOHNP. O ' DWYER SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY ROONEYM. O ' NEIL SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HUMANITIES PATRICK J. O ' REILLY SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS PAMELA A. OLIVIERI SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING W R A , Basl-etball JAMES P. O ' LOONEY CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Day Students Association, Ad- vonced ROTC, D M.S. GARYK. OLSEN KINGSBURG, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY 359 PAULG. OSBORNE CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Day Students Association. KAREN F. PAHOR LAS VEGAS, NEVADA B.A. HISTORY S W S , Sigma Delta Upsilon, WRA. LAURENCE T.PALLA PARK FOREST, ILLINOIS M.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING Wrestling Team, Pershing Rifles, A.S.C.E., Engineering Society. LOISB. OSMER WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Amigos Anonymous A VICTOR L.PARRINO SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY t ' Ti MARGUERITE A. OTT DANA POINT, CALIFORNIA B.A. MATHEMATICS Math Society, Hawaiian Club Glee Club, Sigma Delta Upsilon. STEVE PASECKY SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY ROBERT J. PASQUINELLI SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY ly Students Association, In- ticimurals 360 LOUISA. PASTORINI SONORA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT BlockSC , Foofball. B.AA. SUSAN L. PELZ SARATOGA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY ERICS. PAULSON SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Basketball, BlockSC JAMES E.PAVISHA WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY Fiosh Basketball, Basketball, Block S C, Charlie Groham Club President, Inframurals GEORGE A. PEARL REDDING, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ECONOMICS i.A.A. j A MICHAEL J. PEASE SEATTLE, WASHINGTON B.S. BIOLOGY Sodality, Mendel Society, Glee Club, Sanctuary Society. ANTHONY A. PINO SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH MIMI PENDER LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA B.A. FRENCH BERNADETTE PETRI TACOMA, WASHINGTON B.A. HISTORY Ski Club, Student Body Office Secretary, S,W.S. JAMES A. PILONI SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHILOSOPHY Sodality, Lambda Society, Clay M. Gieene, kNAv 361 JULIE A. POIMIROO HILLSBOROUGH, CALIFORNIA B.A SOCIOLOGY s.w.s. EUGENE A. PLONKA SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT SAM , B A A , Day Students As sociation. International Club WILLIAM C. QUACKENBUSH ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE BAA ERNEST PLUMA SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A.SPANISH Peishing Rifles, Advanced ROTC, International Club, P,A,S,, Red- wood Loy-Out Editor, C.C.D. SUSAN B. QUARTAROLI SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT A. A LAWRENCE J. QUILICI WELLS, NEVADA M.E.E., ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IEEE,, Engineering Society APOLONIAP. PONCE SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. SPANISH Intel national Club, Amigos Anonymous, S.W.S,, Young Democrats, CIC WILLIAM E. OUINLAN SALINAS, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE A A, ROBERT H. PRICE SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY GREGORY L.QUINTANA SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORN IA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Young Democrats, Clay V Greene 362 VIRGINIA A. RAMSEY LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA B.S. PHYSICS Physics Society. MICHAEL R. RADISCH SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IEEE, Engineering Society- MICHAELJ. REDDY GLENVIEW, ILLINOIS B.A. PHILOSOPHY NANCY K. RALEY HILLSBOROUGH, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING BAA., Drama Ciub, Glee Club. Ski Club, Secretary — Student Court. TIMOTHY D. REGAN COVINA, CALIFORNIA B.M.E., MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Who ' s Who, Engmeenng Society President, Senate, Football, Kappa Zeta Phi, A.S.M E , Ad- vanced ROTC, Scobbard and Blade, D.M.S, MARTHA RILEY CONCORD, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Senate, Recognition Comrtnittee, CI C, Secretary. Clay AA. Greene. M M MICHAEL p. RANAHAN SAN BRUNO, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY Mendel Society, Inframurals, So- dolify. Alpha Sigma Ny, Rugby, The Santa Clara, ASUSC President, Recording Secretory, Lambda So- ciety, Cheerleader EDMUND A. RHEIN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT B A A. Del ' a Sigma Pi, Rho Delta Theto, Golf. LEONARD E. READ FRESNO, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHILOSOPHY Koppa Zeta Phi. JOHN P. RINSET ELCENTRO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE Senior Class Treasurer, BAA., Advanced ROTC 363 WILLIAM B, ROBERTS CONCORD, CALIFORNIA B. ME. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, A.S.M.E, ELOISEM. ROSENBLATT WHITTIER, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH C CD,, Tutoring ALEXANDRA ROBISON CARMEL, CALIFORNIA B.A. SPANISH TONIRUSICH SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Day Students Association Mendel Club. a A BRUCE V. RODGERS PASADENA, CALIFORNIA B.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Engineeiing Society, Tau Beta Pi Piesident, IEEE., Engineering Honor Code Committee. MICHAELS. RYAN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON B.S.C. MARKETING Editoi, the Redwood, Delto Sigma Pi Treosurei, AAaikefing Club, B.A. A., S.A.M. Co-Founder, The Beehan-Ryan Award SHARON V. RODGERS OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.A. PSYCHOLOGY JOANNE E. SANFILIPPO SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY Homecoming Queen, Student Loan Committee, Homecoming Committee co-chairman. Student Handbook Committee MICHAEL D. ROGGERO RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Sodality, Red Hat Band, Tiack, Wrestling, Sanctuary Society, Block SC, Ski Club, Rally Commit- tee, Naval ROTC, GREGORY J. SAUER REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 364 DIANA M. SCANLAN BURLING AME, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIAL SCIENCES Honors Division JACOUALINEL, SCATENA SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY s w,s. m NOEL J. SCHRANZ SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S. MATHEMATICS WILLIAM G. SCHMIDT SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Charlie Graham Club, Vaisity Baseball, Block S,C , Glee Club, Marketing Club, Flying Club, Ski Club, SAM MARY JEAN SELEGUE WESTCOVINA, CALIFORNIA B.A. SOCIOLOGY International Club, Student Handbook Committee MARY N. SELZER OVERLAND PARK, KANSAS B A. ENGLISH Sodality, Senator, Glee Club, Sigma Delta Upsilon, Frosh Ori- entation Committee, Clay M, Gieene. FRANK T. SEPUT SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING KATHRYNM. SERTICH SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Marketing Club, B A,A,, S W,S. JANET SESSINGHAUS BUENAPARK, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Sigrtia Delta Upsilon, Phi Alpha Theta, S W S , W R A VW ' V - - -Jt i m BARBARA K. SHAW THOUSAND OAKS, CALIFORNIA B.A. FRENCH SW.S, 365 MARY S. SHEA SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Redwood, S W.S , Frosh Inifiation Committee, Ski Club. GARDNER W. SKINNER SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Charlie Graham, Intromurals, Frosh Basketball, Frosh Baseball, Rho Delta Thefa, MICHAEL A. SHEA REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. Varsity Football, Charlie Graham, B.A. A., Rho Delta Theta. JAMES L.SHEEHAN SEATTLE, WASHINGTON B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Intromurals, Sodality, Kappa Zeta Phi. THOMAS C. SHEA MENLOPARK, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING BAA., Pres. Marketing Club, Kappa Zeta Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Intromurals, Charlie Graham. DAVID N. SINGLETARY SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA M.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I.E.E.E., Engineering Society. THOMAS M. SKIVER COALINGA, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PATRICIA A. SMITH FREMONT, CALIFORNIA B.S. MATHEMATICS MICHAEL D.SMITH PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT Archaeological Society, B.A. A., Redwood, SAM., Young Demo- crats. VERA M. SNIDER SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA B.A. SPANISH S.W.S., Glee Club, Ski Club, Ami- gos Anonymous. 366 GAILC. SNOWGRASS REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHILOSOPHY Freshman Class Secretary, Student Directory Chairman, Frosh Orien- tation Fiosh Booid of Directors, Sodality Who ' s Who. PATRICIA W. STEWART ROLLING HILLS, CALIFORNIA B.A. FRENCH MARK J. SOREM VENTURA, CALIFORNIA B.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING ASCE Engineeiing Society. COLLEEN A. STINNETT OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Honor s Division, S W.S. FREDD. SOUZA SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.M.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING A.S.M E A I A A Engineeiing Society. KATHLEEN STRAUS FAIR OAKS, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHILOSOPHY Glee Club, Sodality, Foieign Stu- dents Club, Student Loan Com- mittee. DAVID E. SQUELLATI PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Varsity Baseball, Italian Club, Charlie Giaham, Rally Committee, Redwood Historicol Society, Ski Club, Block SC, Flying Club. ANTHONY M. STEARMAN BURBANK, CALIFORNIA BEE. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, International I.E.E.E. MARGARET E. STEWART SALINAS, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH The Santa Clara, The Owl, S W S , W R.A , The Redwood. MARY S. STEFAN MERCED, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY S.W.S. 367 CHARLES J. SULLIVAN SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - B.S.C. MARKETING BAA, Charles Graham Club, Rho Delta Theta, Marketing Club. DENNIS M. SULLIVAN SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING BAA President, Senate, Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Sigma Nu, Scabbard and Blade, Who ' s Who, D MS , Beta Gamma Sigma PETER W. SULLIVAN OXNARD, CALIFORNIA B.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Student Body Vice President, Who ' s Who, Silver Medalist, Senator, Mendel Society, Crew, Technical Director, Club 575. ROBERT W. SUSINETTI MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Delta Sigma Pi, Marketing Club, S AM. PATRICIA A. SUTHERLEN SOUTH LAGUNA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING Sigma Delta Upsilon President, the Santa Clara, Clay M. Greene, S W.S , Homecoming Committee, B A A., Student Court Secretary GARY SWANSON MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING Day Students Association, B.A.A. BRIAN G. SWIFT SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Charles Graham Club, als. Intramur- JAMES M.TAGGART NORTHRIDGE, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE Kappa Zeta Phi, Intramuiols. PATRICIA K. TALKINGTON LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS S ws. KIM C. TANG SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA B.S. CHEMISTRY Day Students Chemistry Society Association. S 368 BERNARD!. TAORMINA SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS A.S.U.SC. Cotresponding Secre- tary, Who ' s Who, Scabbard and Blade, Sodality, Advanced R.OJ.C, Kappa Zeta Phi Senate, Italian Club. EDWARD J. TEMPLEMAN WATSONVILLE, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY VICTORIA A. TOWNE CAMPBELL, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH Clay M. Greene, Glee Club, The Owl, Amigos Anonymous. RAYMOND T.TRACY GALT, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS ROBERTO. TERESI SARATOGA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. ACCOUNTING MARION G.TRENT SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA B.A.ENGLISH SETH B. THOMPSON SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE N.D.E.A. Fellowship, Arts and Science Association, Rugby, Cross Currents Club. DAVID H. TOUT WILLOWS, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Senate, Blackstone Society, Ad- vanced R.O.T.C, The Santa Clara, Koppo Zeta Phi, Recognition Committee, KATHLEEN L. TRIPLETT MONTE SERENO B.A.SPANISH Secretary of Junior Class, Glee Club, Phoenix Club, International Club, W.R.A. RICHARD P. VAGGIONE SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. PHILOSOPHY 369 EVORVATTUONE SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA M.E.E. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I.E.E.E,, Engineering Society. " dsatA LEONA A. VENNEMEYER SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY Redwood, SCAP, Sodality, Tutor- ing CANDIDO VIDAL MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA B.A. SPANISH GERALD M. WALSH PORTLAND, OREGON B.S. BIOLOGY Red Hot Band, Roily Committee, Mendel Society, Kappa Zeto Phi. RONALD H. WHITCANACK WHEATRIDGE, COLORADO B.A. ECONOMICS Senate, Sophomore Class Sgt. at Arms, Koppo Zeto Phi President, Charlie Graham Club, Scabbard and Blade, D.M.S., Sodality, In- tramurals. Advanced ROTC, James Bond Association. JOHN E. WATERBURY SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA B.S. C. FINANCE Sanctuary Society, Delta Sigma Phi, S.A.M., Flying Club, Sodal- ity. JOANL. WHITE REDWOOD CITY, CALIFORNIA B.S. BIOLOGY SW.S. JOHNC. WHITE ARCADIA, CALIFORNIA B.A. ECONOMICS Kappa Zeta Phi, Intromurals. JAMES L.WIECHERS ATHERTON, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING Golf, B.A. A., Aarketlng Club, In- tromurals, Delta Sigma Phi, Rho Delta Theto. WILLIAM J. WIELD PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MANAGEMENT S.A.AA., B.A. A., Day Students As- sociation. 4W 370 ALBERTA J. WILSON SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA B.A. HISTORY ARTHUR W. WILSON LOMPOC, CALIFORNIA B.C.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, A.SC.E,, In- tramurals. SUSAN B. WILSON MILBRAE, CALIFORNIA B.A. ENGLISH GEORGE J. WIRTHMAN WALNUT CREEK, CALIFORNIA B.M.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Engineering Society, A.SAA.E. JAMES J. WOULFE CONCORD, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. MARKETING BAA, WILLIAM M. YAMAKI SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA B.A. BIOLOGY Redwood — PAS, Hawaiian Club, Mendel Society, Water Polo Team. JOHNM. YONTS SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA B.S. HISTORY Court Justice, Sodality, Kappa Zeto Phi, Scabbard Blade, Santa Clara Archaeological Society, Glee Club. k V MICHAEL R.YORK OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA B.M.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Senior Class Secretary, Engineer- ing Society, Kappa Zeta Phi, Vice-Pres. A.S.M.E., Advanced R.O.T.C, Scabbard Blade, In- tramurals. BENIGNOL. ZIALCITA MANDALUYONG, PHILIPPINES B.S.C. FINANCE International Club. BAA " X CORNELIUS M. ZIEMANN PASADENA, CALIFORNIA B.S.C. FINANCE Who ' s Who, Student Body Treosurer, Senator, Student Court Justice, Sodality, Kappa Zeta Phi, Scabbard Blade, Intromurals, S.A.M., Concert Committee. 371 The students recognized by this organization each year are nominated from approximately 800 colleges and universities. Campus nominating committees are instructed to consider, m making their selections, the students scholarship- his participation and leadership m academic and extracurricular activities- ' his citizenship and service to the school; and his promise of future usefulness Kit!CT»» ' ?«agse5-g(,. From L to R: John Burns, Mike Ranahon, Chuck Kryski, Peter Sullivan, Doug Barry, Tom Bender, Mary Licini, Kevin McCarthy, Joan Lizza, Dennis Sullivan, Tim Regan, Mike Hoffman, Billie Lambert, Patty Allegnno, Gail Snowgrass, Charlie Marshell, Dan McCoy, Mary McBncJe, Ernie DeGasporis, Jody Berscheidt, and Mike McDonell. 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Ferrari Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. F. Palla 400 Hc linircrsiti ' pf Santa CCara hdcbv confers upon the Ocgrec of n witness wtuteof and upon the ticcnuncndacuTn of the acuity, this Diplcnna ha5 been issued by the fVcsielent and oardcf Ttu5tccs,in Hrtuc of the authority vested in them by the State cf OuifbmiA. oii niiA rfif 501 i Af " UnnxTTTrv dm i Tn or SianiD Qoni m tfu dnintfi icrt cf%su in iht 9car four£rnl cru thousand nmihutufnd and stxtfsvt. FOR YOUR OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY of SANTA CLARA RINGS - ANNOUNCEMENTS DIPLOMAS Al Grass Local Representative 2243 Grey Court San Jose m Uniferu y o ' anla ( ' am cott ioJI ini ' i vi ifou lo t i« alun a morning, . una Ihe «h tnl i inalifan tuni rvrJai)(J iixtif-iii Roma Bakery Company mHh BAKERY 655 Almaden Ave. San Jose, California 294-0123 ZAPPELLI MEATS ZAPPELLI MEATS Beef Lamb Pork Veal " Want a Treat - Eat Our Meat " " Don ' t say salami; say Galileo brand " CY 3-3883 San Jose CO MPL A ENrS OF COMPLIMENTS OF RICHARD M. GURRIES AND JACK D. TODD COMPLIMENTS OF PAT CREEGAN AND ELMER D ' ANGELO Compliments of ROBERTS TYPEWRITER COMPANY 57 So. 4th Street San Jose, California 294-1215 I H? Wj ■ W HkH K 00 O ' xW 1 Sj J S — ' Jy ■ h 1 OJ ■ COMPUMCNTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF in THE AWFUL-AWFUL SUNLITE BAKERY P Monterey Road 145 S. Montgomery San Jose, California San Jose FRANK PISANO ASSOCIATES CONSULTING ENGINEERS PLANNERS COMPLIMENTS Of SURVEYORS ARCHITECTS THOMAS P. BREEN San Jose, Capitola, Half Moon Bay 333 N. 26th Street, Son Jose, Calif. 292-9510 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF RESTIVO EGG FARMS LEONARD McKAY DISTRIBUTORS OF EGGS ' 47 AND FROZEN FOODS 1983 San Louis Mountain View REALTORS COOPER CHALLEN INSURERS DENVER MEAT COMPANY Purveyors of Choice Meats Moorparic at Meridian Rd. CY 5-6504 Wholesale Retail PACELLI FISH POULTRY COMPANY AXminster 6-2876 Joseph M. Paceili 2755 The Alameda Santa Clara, Calif. REGAL PALE DISTRIBUTING CO. REGAL PALE - PABST - BLATZ - CARLING George R. Figone ' 35 381 Sunill San Jose, Calif. Compliments of CHARLES BONNICCI 3anta0lara ote|odge • 72 Ultra Modern Sound- proof Units • Phones in Every Room • Free TV - Free Coffee • Room Radios - _ • Refrigerated Air EHJOY CoMFORT FoR tfS conditioning • Free Advance Reservation Service • CONFERENCE ROOM AVAILABLE 244-8313 1655 EL C AMINO REAL SANTA CLARA MOHAWK PACKING CO. All Beef Products P.O. Box 601 1660 Bayshore Hi way San Jose 12, Calif. CYpress 7-3800 Est. Since 1929 T imn RESTAURANT AND l.UL. LOUNGE Italian Dinners . . Banquet Room Opposite University of Santa Clara OPEN DAILY 3160 ALAMEDA Phone 296-1984 Santa Clara, Calif. NAVELET ' S Since 1885 FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION 48 E. San Fernando San Jose, California Jack Mienii Jr. Staff Class of ' 37 Me-n-Ed ' s Pizza Parlor 2230 El Camino Real Santa Clara, California 248-7800 PAT RYAN ' S Friendly Store OPEN DAILY 10 to 10 Sundays 10:30-9 2725 Alameda Santa Clara, Calif. AX 6-0790 Compliments of KIRK ' S DRIVE IN 2380 EL CAMINO SANTA CLA.RA, CALIFORNIA Compliments of CENIRAL LIQUORS DRUGS -:- LIQUORS -:- SUNDRIES Wm. Vasconcellos 59 Washington St. Santa Clara, Calif. 293-3864 St. Claire Laundry Established in 1894 15% Savings on Cash Carry Next to the University Field House 867 Sherman St. AXminster 6-5035 RYAN ' S SPORT SHOP 1717 Park Avenue San Jose, California " Everything for Every Sport " CY 4-3655 Concrete Sawing R. H. WEHNER CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION CO. SUBDIVISIONS Curbs - Gutters - Sidewalks Richard H. Wehner Jr. (Pres.) 480 Reed, Santa Clara Cherry 3-5181 Uncle v! John ' s mam Pancakes that please everyone from everywhere Santa Clara 1680 El Camino CH. 3-8256 San Jos 1415 So. 1st at Alma CY. 4-7716 Palo Alto 31 50 El Camino Real 326-0390 Millbrae 1301 El Camino JU. 9-2080 Complimenfs of C. L DISHEROON CO. 309 San Jose Ave. San Jose, Calif. Painters of HEAFEY LAW LIBRARY GRAHAM HALL BENSON STUDENT COMMONS Compliments of ROBERT E. JONES STRUCTURAL ENGINEER Continental Cuisine Beautiful view of the valley PLATEAU 7 Sky Restaurant Elegant Decor Compliments Open Daily Lunch 1 1:30 on Dinner 5:00 — 11:00 Sunday 4:00 — 10:00 of Banquets 40 to 140 Phone 297-7775 for Reservations 777 North First Street San Jose ALBERT J. RUFFO Atop the nev Sv enson Building Courtesy of A. J. RAISCH PAVING CO. Compliments PATRICK W. REGAN Execurive Vice President ROBERT T. GREENE Chief Estimator of FRANK BRUCE ONETO 99 PULLMAN WAY SAN JOSE. CALIF. CY 8-5020 CWPU UENie OP LEO W, RUTH JR . E. yyaccoN go n ji. AND R . OARK BECI w FARG BANK Compliments of WELLS FARGO BANK DRIVE-UP WINDOW Santa Clara Office 1 1 1 1 Washington St. Santa Clara El Camino Office 2120 El Camino Real Santa Clara Stevens Creek Office 65 North Winchester Santa Clara There is no saturation point in education Thomas J. Watson IBM CC UPU UtNTS OF GiOJ W OfY TRAMSPORZZmOM CO 00. 1720 V€W0Rj SWJOSECAUP. Cy 76400 ?Sank of Ktntxxtu NATIONAL J5V Vo$ ASSOCIATION laAi ■Mim tTSTIM SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA Bank of America Main Branch Bank of America El Camino Kiely Branch 1313 Franklin Street 2670 El Cannino Real Santa Clara Santa Clara CC UPU UEMS OP R aorOS, STEREO, TV lOUlC PfiCQUlNUU AND NBJUIOCMON 1291 FRANkUMSr EDW IRD A. PANELU 244 6500 244-6500 Compliments of NORTON S. CURTIS WEHNER INSURANCE AGENCY Harold Wehner AIA ASSOCIAliiS Robert C. Wehner ' 49 2175 The Alameda San Jose 26, California Phone: 241-4100 1541 The Alameda San Jose, California ' Wn CY 5-4226 1 yOUR WnLpen fn 1 nsurancJJ IhGlHl J fnvis rou ' »i«jf- nwfe Cnv OP O INIZI OARA Compliments GLEN - WEBB COMPANY GUERRA successors to li REALTY 0. CASPERSON SONS COMPANY Distributors of: Frozen Foods Frozen Eggs MICHAEL, JOSEPH PETER GUERRA Frozen Poultry Frozen Fish Eggs Butter Cheese Margarine Shortening Vegetable Oils 40 No. Second Street 340 Ninth Street UNderhill 3-2010 San Jose San Francisco California 293-6043 COMPUM ENTS OF BARREH CONSTRUCTION CO. 1800 Evans Ave. San Francisco, California OA OP 1966 • - -i U ' , ■ UT i r - V. ■ ' Kk " ' ii ' ' I ' MjHt i ' 1 . " J CARL N. CWENSCN Al CO t 777 NO isrsr ANJOSE CAUP. Hallmark Cards BLAKFS STATIONERY and PRINTING Industrial Commercial ■ Social Supplies CH 3-0619 1026 Franklin St. Santa Clara, Calif SANTA CLARA SPORT SHOP ■FRANCHIZED WILSON DEALER " Peter S. Taiia AXminster 6-2820 1485 FRANKLIN THE HOUSE OF lANTA CLAiA SFORT %MOP Compliments of REED GRAHAM, INC. Road Oils and Asphalts • Hot and Cold Plant Mixes 690 Sanol Street 298-5221 San Josfe 26, Calif. SANTA CLARA DRUG COMPANY Prescription Druggists Corner Main and Franklin AXminster 6-7482 Santa Clara, California MARVEL CLEANERS 10% DISCOUNT WITH STUDENT BODY CARD Corner of ALVISO FRANKLIN STS. Compliments of Neto Sausage Company, Inc. Linguica - Chourico - Morce os 740 Harrison St. Santa Clara AXminster 6-0818 1489 Franklin Street Santa Clara, California We are service members of F. T. D. Mission City FLORIST Finest in Flowers CHerry 3-1253 Loyt and Phil Sousa George Smith owners manger DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS COSMETICS SCHOOL SUPPLIES PHOTO FINISHING We Give S H Green Trading Stamps WADE ' S MISSION PHARMACY 1000 Franklin Street Phone 296-6030 Santo Clara, California ELMO PARDINI GENERAL CONTRACTOR 1741 HAMILTON AVENUE 269-9112 SAN JOSE CALIFORNIA GOLD MEDAL WINNER SHAW INSULATION CO. 935 Richard Ave. i fmw fvi%. Santa Clara Jta urUtA 1 1 1 ■ • o jna Insulation Horn Sine Owned 191 • Graham Hall For Quality Service Quality Products Call CHerry 3-3997 " We ' ll keep things quiet in the Quad " 0NGRA!VlAnONQT0im ClA OP ' 66 Burger Bars Burger Pits FORMAL WEAR RENTALS The most fashionable, best fitting formal wear available. TUXEDOS • DINNER JACKETS FULL DRESS • CUTAWAYS DIRECTOR COATS STRIPED TROUSERS ALL ACCESSORIES m Lm FORMAL WEAR SAICS • RtNTALS BANKAMERICARD ' ' III II Seyen Convenient Se »x Locof ons SAN FRANCISCO 1 23 Kearny OAKLAND 1724 Broadway BERKELEY 2121 Shottuck SACRAMENTO 1 208 K Street SAN MATEO 94 East 3rd Avenue PALO ALTO 158 University SAN JOSE 75 South 2nd St. In other areas — consult your local phone b ook 75 SOUTH 2nd STREET • SAN JOSE PHONE CYpress 4-2322 MARIANI ' S MOTEL Restaurant and Lounge 90 Luxurious Rooms, Swimming Pool Conference Room Superb Food and Drink Facilities for: Luncheons, Banquets, Receptions 243-1431 2500 El Camino Real Santa Clara Students Welcome to AMERICAN DELICATESSEN 63 Washington Street Santa Clara, California nexf to Centra Liquors Wonderful food and snack items! 243-4384 free delivery — one mile radius THE HOME OF FAMOUS NAME BRANDS • HART, SCHAFFNER MARX • TIMELY CLOTHES • CRICKETEER CLOTHES • FREEMAN SHOES • ARROW SHIRTS and TIES • MacGREGOR SPORTWEAR • ROUGH RIDER SPORT COATS and SLACKS SnnTfl CLRRR AT 2nd WoAjd lulfB IsiORE FOR men . FREE PflRKinC BfiCK OF STORL DOWNTOWN SAN JOSE PHONE 244-4912 ffllljip SWAGERTY CHEVRON STATION Qomp e Q One Stop Service 3205 The Alamedg Franklin Santa Clara, California BEST WISHES IRV NORMANDINS 32 CLAIR NORMANDIN ' S ' 36 LON NORMANDIN ' S ' 56 NORMANDIN ' S IMPERIAL - CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH - VALIANT Since 1875 405 W. Santa Clara Bus. 298-5555 San Jose, Calif. Phones: 248-2128 - 296-9693 y ouJe of f oi oie BEAUTY SALON 740 Bellamy Santa Clara, Calii Wigs, Wiglets - Sales Service ' We ' ll " Curl " Up and " Dye " For You University Union Oil Station Complete Service— Brakes Tune-ups We Give S H Green Stamps 10% Discount to all students on tune-ups and brake jobs Park Alameda Santa Clara Jirn anla L iura . . . The STEAK HOUSE Daily 4 p.m. - 11 p.m. Sunday 2 pjn. - 10 p.m. Luncheon by Reservation 243- 154 J COCKTAILS 2367 El Camino Real Santa Clara, Calif. Parking COMPLIMENTS OF THE CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. WALTER M. CARDWET ROBERT T. HECKLEY, C.L.U. 1611 THE ALAMEDA SUITE 311 COMPLIMENTS OF THE HAPPY COBBLER 26 WASHINGTON In Kaiser Shopping Center Next to Lucky ' s Compliments Of CROCKIl CITIllill mm. BANK SANTA CLARA OFFICE LAFAYETTE BENTON STS. SANTA CLARA MONOGRAMS - EMBLEMS ALL KINDS OF UNIFORMS 9 A.M. TILL 10 P.M. S H GREEN STAMPS iAN JOS! HESTER DRUGS WALGOEN AGENCY FREE DELIVERY UNIFORM EMBLEM to., INC 1015 PARK - AT LINCOLN 297-2294 San Jose 26, California 1221 THE ALAMEDA SAN JOSE Next to Tiny ' s CY 2-4132 COMPLIMENTS OF FOOD SERVICE University of Santa Clara DALEJOHNSON TRAVEL SERVICE 3550 STEVENS CREEK BOULEVARD . SAN JOSE. CALIFORNIA 248-6686 AIR - SEA ■ LAND NO SERVICE CHARGE AT ANY TIME Hr: t !2 " IW ' l ' ' !| _ ■ , ' ' ' ' ' X iGiulio PONTIAC, INC 4411 WILLIAMS STREET • FREMONT, CALIFORNIA • PHONE 793-7711 COMPLIMENTS OF UNIVERSITY MARKET 3395 THE ALAMEDA 299-3600 WESTERN UNION GO GREYHOUND ...ondleavethedtivingtous AMERICAN EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS WELCOME SMOKE SHOP 735 FRANKLIN 241-1575 TICKETS, TELEGRAMS, MAGAZINES, PAPERBACKS, CIGARS, CIGARETTES MAYBOHN ' S fllt Lounge t3 7 %r % ' r (formerly Lamplighter Lodoe) Russian • American • Continental Cuisine Prepared by Chef de Cuisine FEDOR MAYBOHM — — NEWI . SHARLA JO dancing, entertaining in our elegant, I BROWN luxurious PICADILLY ROOM-Jimmy I ftJ. ' VjyjJ.I " Tomaselli Trio Weds, thru Sots. I ' " •» ' ' " • " • I ORGAN BAR 830 El Camino • Sunnyvale • 245-2926 or 245-2925 GRANT BISHOP CHEVROLET 16151 San Jose Avenue Los Gatos 356-6121 Chevrolet • Chevy II • Corvair • Corvette (in: iioij:i SUGARiPE FRESH-FRmTTFRESH SUGARIPE The Quality Brand of MAYFAIR PACKING COMPANY SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA Dried Fruits and Nuts CCMPUA ENie OF CCLON(AL yCAJQ , fMCCRPORAFBD orcnNcnvE Df APCRiES, FURNnuR iNJD enqs 2 i» l £ . - j - ' ' ■ «?»i«;?:- t.-S»T-— 11 , vn 1 ni: Liz , I zfw QKQI C .F Q..-3-5-.1 'ii I 44 I WILLIAMS S REET FREMONT CALIFORNIA PIIIONE: 793-77II MAYBOHN'S J if geritage Regciuranf Iformerlv Lampllghier Loduel 8501136 Russian o American Q Coniinenlal Cuisine Prepared by Chef de Cuisine FEDOR MAYBOHM dancing, entertaining in our elegant, BROWN Iuxurious PICADILLY ROOM-Jimmy 5?Y'mVL1'f:.f'V:: Tomaselli Trio Weds. thru Scsts. Wm' In 'N' , ORGAN BAR 830 EI Camino O Sunnyvale O 245-2926 or 245-2925 'fffligl W' . mf? 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