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

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J . . .W .. mf- , -WW.. , MI N mv- - LJ- 'V if' +345 , .QA '-F' - '+v-- - V ml' tl, -f +1-'.,,-'.. "-.,,, ,,.. A?f:,..a-wma ... w an •jn ' ::t- ,.fv. - Mut I Desire Whe Wilderness Of Weeded Landslips .-. Of The Shore :-9 n- ' ■€ Ff X ' X V ' fi k , ' Ml . ' .:::£ ' - ' - ' -U )? " SM ; ' ;«,%: N - ' And Then I Hate Most That Lore That Holds No Promise Of Success; Then Sweetest Seems The Houseless Shore, Then Free And Kind The Wilderness. n W v : ' :- ■: f %. ' S V a fAP f wi Sigj:. ' , r .. Jh ' i. .¥.» ' i i i ; fM ' ■ -- . :| -r= ,. Frl. :IM f ' m £ And Trees Of Terebinth And Stones And Silence And A Gulf Of Air. 13 Have Found The Dominant Of My Range And State — Love, O My God . . . Gerard Mauley Hopkins And Trees Of Terebinth And Stones And Silence And A Gulf OfAi1'. w -sataap» ADMINISTRATION UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA PATRICK A. DONOHOE, SJ. President Fy- 4 r -- : " Walter E. Schmidt, S.J. Vice-President For Development And University Relations William J. Perkins, S.J. Vice-President For Student Services m ' ««■ . p ' »sS««»« ' " » " • ' •- 20 Alexis I. Mei, S.J. Academic Vice-President Charles F. Guenther, S.J. Vice-President For Finance 21 Gerald McGrath Dean Of Men Viola Kamena Dean Of Women 22 Father John Hynes Dean Of Arts Charles Dirksen Dean Of Business School Father Elmer Luthmann Dean Of Sciences W 23 DEDICATION Edward Joseph Daly chairman of the University Board of Regents and President of World Airways Incorporated, Edward Daly was born in Chicago in 1922, graduated from the Un- iversity of Illinois engineering school, and served in the Army engineering corps during World War II. After the war Mr. Daly es- tablished the country ' s first air freight forwarding company. He was the co-founder and director of the Aircoach Transport Association and the founder, vice-president and director of the National Air Carrier Association. His great in- terest in education and research led to the founding of the Edward J. Daly Science Center. Just last year Edward Daly was appointed by ex-Governer Ed- mund G. Pat Brown as a member of the San Francisco World Trade Center Authority. In all his activi- ties Mr. Daly continues to bring merit to both himself and the Un- iversity. The Redwood recognizes him for his achievements. 24 Father Donohoe, S.J. Benjamin Swig Mr. Benjamin Swig stated at the recent dedica- tion of Swig Residence Hall for Men that he is not as comfortable saying things as he is doing things; his untiring interest in both local and na- tional organizations gives evidence of the sinceri- ty of his words. His contributions to education, one of his many interests, comprise an impressive list. He is a di- rector of the American Friends of Hebrew Un- iversity, a member of the Board of Governors of Hebrew Union College, a member of the Educa- tion Advisory Council of the Lincoln Educational Foundation, and a member of the Board of Re- gents of the University of Santa Clara. For his selfless contributions to humanity, Mr. Swig was recently named a Papal Knight by Pope Paul VI. The REDWOOD is proud to humbly add its dedication to Mr. Benjamin Swig. A native San Franciscan born in 1914, Rev. Patrick Donohoe entered the order of Jesuits in 1931, and was ordained a priest 13 years later. He continued his studies in the field of political sci- ence and earned the degree of Doctor of Philoso- phy in that field in 1953. He taught here at Santa Clara until 1958, when he assumed the position of University President. Since he became president, the University has tripled in undergraduate enrollment, including the addition of women students. New graduate programs have also been added in engineering and business administration, as well as a new academic program, the 3-3 plan. In 1959, Fr. Donohoe organized the universi- ty ' s first Board of Regents. In November of 66, he was elected Vice-President of the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universi- ties. His accomplishments and service to the Un- iversity more than warrant the Redwood s hum- ble dedication to him. 25 Golden Jubilee . . 50 Years A Jesuit Left: Father Alexis I. Mei, S.J. Right: Father Austin Joseph Fagothey, S.J. Fr. Austin Joseph Fagothey, S.J., a na- tive of San Francisco, is among the fore- most Jesuit intellectuals in the United States. Father Fagothey entered the order on July 18, 1917, and was ordained four- teen years later on June 16, 1931. This year is his golden anniversary, celebrating his 50th year in the Society of Jesus. Now the chairman of the Department of Philosophy, Fr. Fagothey received his doctorate in philosophy at Gregorian Un- iversity in Italy. With this background Father published his book Right and Rea- son, which has been adopted by many Catholic colleges and universities in the United States. Recently Father has returned from his sabbatical year in Europe which has taken him even further into post-doctorate stud- ies in philosophy. Father Alexis I. Mei, S.J., from San Francisco, entered the Society of Jesus on August 14, 1916. He took his final vows on June 23, 1929. Father worked as an assistant to Padre Jerome Ricard solving pre-computor math computations for the Padre ' s " sunspot forecasting " . This method of predicting the weather had been proven to have a greater percentage of accuracy than the government forecasts. He has received a Ph.D. in both physics and seismology from the University of California. The former Dean of USF ' s College of Arts Sciences, Father Mei is now the Academic Vice-President here at SCU as well as a fellow in the California Academy of Science. ASUSC Officers Hal Mack President Diane Quass Recording Secretary Rich Murphy Vice-President 28 Alanna Maloy Social Vice-President Greg Kolar Corresponding Secretary Dan Sullivan Treasurer 29 ORGE L SULLIVAN IN MEMORIAM thf:r francis koenig George L. Sullivan was a Santa Clara University faculty member from 1912 until his retirement in 1955. As a top-flight engineer Mr. Sullivan served as consultant on the con- struction of the Golden Gate Bridge and other major construction projects in Santa Clara county. He held numerous honorary titles and degrees from the Universities of Nebraska, Colorado and Santa Clara. Mr. Sullivan was honored in 1961 by SCU when the new engi- neering center was named after him. He was an accomplished professional as well as a strong and vital human being. Fr. Francis J. Koenig died in Fall of 1966 at Loyola University of Los Angeles. He earned four scholastic degrees from Gonzaga University and the University of St. Louis, including a Ph.D. in 1957. These men will both be greatly missed by the University community and all who knew them. 31 ... .Jf ' " - : t,(| lf . 1 1 ; = : " W m: «y H i •t C ' f ' . il «i«. s-W N3 C m- ' t . i YEAR OF THE BRONCO UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA nvi 'J 1. FUN .5 4? 4 , a 5' aah , . 'fri' I 'I Al if 5, A 9 ' , -I ' ' 5 1 A A 4? 'yt 4 -.Y , 5. - uf: . ,rl 4 " . . X I 5 I ,I , , f 4 .. dv .4 ' V, 9?-7 ' . QV, I 'lilfkfhd ,. , . -,Y 1 . A ,M 4 If ' if i '54 Qw 1 al 952.1 iv' wg - .JI I S 1.-9 P THIS MALL IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY- OF PRESIDENT JOHN F KENNEDY 1917 - — ■ 1963 Swig Hall Dedicated Benjamin Swig men ' s dormitory was dedicated in September of 1966. The hall stands majestical- ly amid the rustic beauty of the ancient mission campus. Its many distinguishing features include an eleventh floor lounge fully equipped for stu- dent relaxation, television rooms and a sun deck that scans the entire Santa Clara Valley. The hall was financed by long-term loans from the Federal Govt, and private donations. Mr. Swig was instru- mental in that effort. The hall now stands as a major landmark in the Santa Clara area. 35 After displaying a devastating offensive attack in the season opener against the Aggies of Cal Davis, the Broncos stiffened their defenses for the invasion of an always tough Hornet from Sacramento State. With nine minutes to go in the contest. Bronco halfback Gary Filizetti scooped up a low punt at midfield, picked his way around two key blocks, turned on the juice and roared unmolested to paydirt. SCU was riding high with a 7-0 lead. But the Hornets rebounded with a 36 yard field goal four minutes later to move three points closer. Still, the Bronco defensive crew proved even tougher when the money was down; and held the Hornet machine scoreless the rest of the way to wrap up the victory. Santa Clara continued to roll after this big win with a victory at San Francisco State and a satisfying triumph over Occi- dental in our own back yard. But a heart- breaking setback at the hands of San Fer- nando Valley State set up the season ' s turning point a week later at Whitier. 36 Broncos Roar Take First Four 37 .. -- ' A .f I , "' f f ' x- n . zz ' After displaying a devastating offensive attack in the season opener against the Aggies of Cal Davis, the Broncos stiffened their defenses for the invasion of an always tou h Hornet from Sacramento State. Witii nine minutes to go in the contest, Bronco halfback Gary Filizetti scooped up a low punt at midfield, picked his way around two key blocks, turned on the juice and roared unmolested to paydirt. SCU was riding high with a 7-0 lead. But the Hornets rebounded with a 36 yard field goal four minutes later to move three points closer. Still, the Bronco defensive crew proved even tougher when the money was downg and held the Hornet machine scoreless the rest ofthe way to wrap up the victory. Santa Clara continued to roll after this big win with a victory at San Francisco State and a satisfying triumph over Occi- dental in our own back yard. But a heart- breaking setback at the hands of San Fer- nando Valley State set up the season's turning point a week later at Whitier. ' fk. 39 m t wkt ' n ■ . Ijk ' ' !§ m - s» i « ■ (%. % -m: .A, h Big Red Socks It To Em Against Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo, reserve Bronco quarterback Bob Rickard hit a 60 yard touchdown pass to Tony Orlandini late in the game to give SCU a temporary 32-27 lead. Victo- ry was almost ours as the clock ate up the few remaining minutes. But the Aggies struck last on a 67 yard pass and run play in the shadow of the final gun to snatch victory from the jaws of the hungry Bronco gridders for the second and last time of the season. In the season finale, Pat Malley ' s vaunted of- fensive movement clicked for its highest total of the year in routing an outmanned Caly Poly Pomona squad 36-12. The win put the topper on a great 7-2 season, second best in modern-day school history. stf.: ' . " -. 42 43 V HI., - r . LI . '1 ,-I ' ,-.if W '59 . pai., tv., 3. X xl. f -Q X .- 5 . -' 1: I -,V -. Yu .'w,". ' . , ",-4 . I I H V. my b .. -- .W W I . A... rf. -, ,, :ff 7 W 'f - 2. ' -5g1"f,.' , If-1-' - ,, Hy Nm- T N hr, .1 yy. N A Fil 5. x in Mk- r.. N7 . l!Ls'f,. ,, gw ., -VA f. V, . ' 1 . fl-."Ex-nv ' A -. K . , - Y, . 11 Q '. , I ix ' fi ' Qff,.' "fr-4 1' ' - 2 f--4' , " In 'f"'U"5?LQ,.X.,'E.Aa-Lvl 'T:-Snxa-.gmhn-Qtaxsk-.alg ,,.A,.m.. ,,,. ,, " I , V A Vx: 'V' ,Y 'H ' "' "' J ' I We '1 . ,ifiggawli i1 1 1--1 -.fel - . W. ,fl X ..Y.k, SLAL6, 2 arm f .. , g3,g3,ef.fiU ,g,g,ef:f- ,ite ' 5 Q,-'P 'S r, ., y L- -A ? 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They held the Poets to 131 yards on the ground, keeping them in their own territory most of the game. The key play came in the final quarter when tackle Jim Fink nailed a 2 point Whitier conversion attempt to preserve a 14-12 Bronco victory. In the all-important homecoming game, the rival Gauchos from Santa Barbara struck light- ning on the third play with a 77 yard touchdown romp that set the Broncos on their heels for the entire first quarter. But the rocked-ribbed SCU defensive wall stood form when the going got tough, stopping the vaunted Gaucho attack at the 6, 3, 27, 8, 1, and 5 yard lines. Meanwhile the Broncos were scoring on sustained drives in the second and third periods to notch the 14-7 victo- ry- SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY - HOMECOMING ' 66 Take one Yankee spirited football squad thirsting for glorious revenge, . . . add orange crates, bails of chicken v ire, and twisted tissue rolls, . . . garnish with one hazel eyed brunette queen, and there you have the makings of Santa Clara Homecoming 1966. Color it red and white, and mentally contemplate jazz, in the folkful concerts of the Serendipity and Paire Extraordinaire . . . mentally feel brisk excitement as marching bands and Chinatown swirlers dance on Academy Row. . . AROUND THE WORLD WITH THE BRONCOS mentally recall activity as the Juniors fall to stunned defeat at the hands of pow- der puff Freshman . . . pie fights ... a high noon gun battle with Marshall Earl restoring law and order among belligerent descenders. The Bonfire Rally with flaming Gaucho, ushering in the climatic week long bal- loting for the Court . . . fireworks . . . speakers Dean McGrath and Alumni Presi- dent Mr. R. Lautze ' 39, recalling pageantry of yesterday . . . tears for some. Opponents clash — Bronco victory celebrated by old and new with cups full and spirits rising ... a culmination, an expressive ending . . . Homecoming Ball. Snap . . . and all is bound in photofinish. HOMECOMING QUEEN 1966 Karen Kambic Senior Political Science Football Committee AROUND THE WORLD WITH BRONCOS mentally recall activity as the juniors fall to stunned dgfeat at the der puff Freshman . . . pie fights . . . a high noon gun battle with Marshall Earl restoring law and order among belligerent descenders. The Bonfire Rally with Haming Gaucho, ushering in climatic week long bal- loting for the Court . . . fireworks . . . speakers Dean and AlumniwPresi- dent Mr. R. Lautze '39, recalling pageantry of yesterdaiii . . , tears for some. Opponents clash - Bronco victory celebrated by old and new with cups full and spirits rising . . . a culmination, an expressive ending . . . Homecoming Ball. Snif . . . and all is bound in Photoiinish. lllll illl 1 llll M :fs A 50 HOMECOMING PRINCESSES 1966 Maureen Casey Junior Social Science Redwood Cherie Guichard Sophomore Social Science K.S.C.U. r-' 521' ' F, if ig. C' -I 'Z' 53 54 HOMECOMING PRINCESSES 1966 Cindy Lund Sophomore History O.S.S. Susan Morange Junior English S.C.U. Rowing Assn. 1 i 1 55 THE SAXTA CLARAIV SPRING 1967 Alumni Association The Alumni Association of the University of Santa Clara was founded in 1881. The purpose of the Association is to promote the best interest of the University, to fos- ter a spirit of loyalty and fraternity among the graduates and former students of San- ta Clara and to establish more effective relations between the University and the Alumni Association. Career counseling and placement assist- ance; in cooperation with the Placement Office, the Alumni Association endeavors to provide career counseling for under- graduate students and placement service where possible. The Alumni Loyalty Fund is probably the most important service that the Alumni Association performs for the University. In Patrick C. Heffernan President Richard J. Morrisey Exec. Sec. Father Louis Bannan, S.J. Faculty Representative These objectives are achieved through the programs of the Association. The more important of which are the following: The Santa Claran, published regularly for the Alumni Association since 1932 is the official magazine of the Association keep- ing Santa Clara Alumni informed of the University events and trends as well as with the Association activities. the past year over $150,000 has been con- tributed by individual alumni for current operations of the University and to aug- ment faculty salaries. Homecoming in the fall, sponsored by the Alumni in conjunction with the A.S.U.S.C. helps to maintain the social bonds among Santa Clara Alumni. 57 58 i S 61 Water Polo You won ' t find a rougher or more stren- uous game this side of " maim that Hun ' . Water Polo is the only game where you have to " stick " your opponent, swim rings around him with a ball so slippery you couldn t hold it if you were handcuffed to it, and worry about drowning during the entire process. Santa Clara played this game the way it was meant to be played. Nasser, Van Loon, Wagner and company splashed and treaded their way to many a victory. Water Polo is a relatively new sport here at the Mission campus, but the response has been amazingly good. Outstanding coaching and greatly spirited play has made it a big favorite with the students. A In I ag., -- ' A+. , ,V , QrLJ" Ati 5' .-.-'-'.--Tillga-sr ' F5 ' . gg, n ' s , .ga - . fy .I -. A ,g ., .,. J J . . ,wh p . -Q. lp... ip , Q , 1"'- ' Q 'ip' i, , 'Pri , N U 4' ea ' . bait? H l "7'E,Q L R 5 fi. ,, . , H Y 4, .1 I ZI. ,, . 7 1 ,, l... ag. 'k -4. fris., rw- M. . ' - - , ' ..,,"3a-- L. - if 'N -f-1:-1 -.. .. 1 .-1 X. - -'fr -I . , ' W Q, 1. E - ' lx.. Asgzgwr I rg, in - g ' fr 4. V A, 0 I ' ,. -gif-1 - -'1",,,.j. r-"5 -H4 0 ' ., 5,..a.a,. - 'i-af . . i 1 'aff' .- iw. 1 Water Polo You won't find a rougher or more stren-' uous game this side ofumaim that Hunn. Water Polo is the only game where you have to "stick" your opponent, swim rings around him with a ball so slippery you couldn't hold it if you were handcuffed to it, and worry about drowning during the entire process. Santa Clara played this game the way it was meant to be played. Nasser, Van Loon, Wagner and company splashed and treaded their way to many a victory. Water Polo is a relatively new sport here at the Mission campus, but the response has been amazingly good. Outstanding coaching and greatly spirited play has made it a big favorite with the students. Q WET ,, JF: W h. 4 O .af A' SCCAP The Santa Clara Christian Action Group (SCCAP) is a volunteer group of more than 550 students, representing a fifth of the en- tire undergraduate population. The organi- zation is designed to coordinate and direct the activities of various volunteer programs on campus, including such existing programs as Alviso tutoring, the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, and the Agnew project. In their spare time — evenings and Satur- days — the students take part in six different programs — tutoring high school students in Alviso; teaching crafts to culturally deprived elementary school children; working with mentally retarded patients at Agnew State Hospital; helping troubled teenagers at Ser- ra Center for Girls; counseling school child- ren from Catholic parishes; aiding in the development of Mexican-American commu- nities in the Santa Clara Valleyandinthe villages in Mexico. The entire SCCAP opera- tion is organized and run by the students. 65 club ' 66 From the opening of Club ' 66 in the fall of last year to the present day, the Club has grown in number and spirit. Through the summer efforts of people like Mike Guerra, the Club has reached new heights. Located in McLaughlin Basement the layout contains a spacious bar room with color TV an d an adjoining recreation room complete with ping pong and pool tables. Movies are shown periodically, including such old time favorites as " Laurel and Hardy ' and the more contemporary " Guns of Navarone " . Under capa- ble management. Club ' 66 has proven to be not only a social gathering place, but also a source of profit for the Senior Class. 66 s , I i-j M ufi.. . ■-i - t ' rv ? Junior Carnival Last October the Junior Class Carnival was held. At high noon the event was highlighted by a hundred dollar prize given to the man who could carry a thirty pound bag of dirt with one hand for one mile. A Bronco Ride was also held, with participants riding an iron horse suspend- ed on a rope. There were twenty games in all, including a shooting gallery, cake walk, money toss, and balloon shaving contest. The Carnival ended with an even- ing dance (held in the tennis courts) under the moonlight. 68 Frosh Basement The Frosh Basement, ' a freshman institution situat- ed in the basement of Walsh Hall, provided a gathering place on weekends for all members of the class of ' 70. Winter Quarter brought freshman talent on stage in the " Frist Friday Freshman Freelance Folk Festival. " Acts, ranging from solos to sing-along jug bands, occu- pied the stage that night. Dancing music is usually provided by Randy Reedy, John Wisda, Andy Sim- monds, Kevin St. George, and Chris Harrington; a professional band from the Freshman Class, the " Walsh Hall Greed Band. " The Basement, inaugurated by Freshman Class Presi- dent Mark Morelli, was de- signed and built by mem- bers of the Freshman Class. junior Carnival Last October the junior Class Carnival was held. At high noon the event was highlighted by a hundred dollar prize given to the man who could carry a thirty pound bag of dirt with one hand for one mile. A Bronco Ride was also held, with participants riding an iron horse suspend- ed on a rope. There were twenty games in all, including a shooting allery, cake walk, money toss, and balloon shaving contest. The Carnival ended with an even- ing dance Cheld in the tennis courtsj under the moonlight. its 'V 1 1 a .1 .E i,.i X 1 ilk! ,R X Q 1 if 5 , 1 J' -,W mv Q V? -3 1 'gd :W f- Q53 93 5- 1 534' ' .G...L ,- V f I 72 if of 'wx fm F.-rn :If PL flf at lif FC ANCES 74 fn Q'- .1 H' f X. , 'fx X x -- '? E SCIENCES LIFE SCIENCES 74 Bud Hits The Boards, Gevo Hits The Cords After running through a tough preseason schedule with a 4-5 record, the Broncos started league play with a high-scoring win at St. Mary s sandwiched between losses at the hands of USF and UOP. The UOP game was marked by a mass exodus to the free throw line by both teams, but the Tigers were superior from the floor. After wins over San Jose State and the Santa Barbara Gauchos, previous conquerers in the WCAC tourney, the Loyola Lions invaded the North, and SCU was their first victim. Rick Adel- man put the sting into the Lions ' roar with con- tinuous clutch scoring, but Gervasoni ' s shooting and Ogden ' s crashing boardwork kept it close. On the next night several other Broncos came up with good performances, and the result was a high-scoring " burial " of the Pepperdine Waves. With this the Santa Clara cagers sharpened their swords for a USF invasion, and the second half of league play. The invasion proved successful as the Broncos came from behind in the closing minutes to " dump " the Dons 64-62. Team hustle proved the difference when the Dons got careless. 77 gs. QP A .FH r A I Qff -.. V , '.- Wig - I Q W . - . fit: " . J.. - ASX M 4 1 ,af 9ilx L5 2: f,.- ifffifi ' 2 :F . L lt 5 J., W if gif W A:iL .. mK , 2 a ,I sc ,,ggs, , 32.53 3 gsmffi .1 'uh J ' wQli7fES" I Vt - t Wm ' Mike Becomes Scoring Champ The thrilling finishes continued five days later against San Jose State. Mike Gervasoni scored an amazing 29 points in the second half to bring the Broncos from be- hind for a one point win. The annual excursion south pro- duced two victories in three out- ings as Santa Barbara and Pepper- dine fell, while the Lions of Loyola continued their mastery of the Broncs with a win on their own hardwood. The big story in this trip was not Gervasoni, but Carlos " Bud " Ogden. The big sophomore leaper from San Jose emerged into stardom with a record 55 point per- formance against the hapless Pep- perdine Waves. The return home produced what the Gervasoni fans had waited for since the second State game. Mike became the all-time Santa Clara career scoring champion with a short jump shot underneath against UOP. Although the Broncos fell to the mighty Tigers, it was a great individual accomplishment for the " little guy " . Portrait Of A Tiger The deep-set eyes and receding hairline high- hght the face of a man who lives and dies with the fortunes of his team. This is Dick Garibaldi, for the past five years head varsity basketball coach at Santa Clara. A former Bronco eager himself during the Ken Sears era of the early fifties, Garibaldi has always been a firey performer who gave 100% of his ef- forts, and demanded the same in return. It is much to Dick s credit that he has always gotten this and more from his hard-nosed cagers who have often been out-manned and out-muscled, but never out-hustled. Garibaldi returned to the mission campus as freshman coach before moving to the varsity as- signment in 1962 succeeding Bob Ferrick, who retired. Since then he has become one of the most well-known and, indeed, more controversial coaches in the area. Although warm and person- able off the court, Dick is a veritable tiger of a coach who stands for no monkey business and demands nothing short of maximum effort. He is a real " sticker from the old school whose game is still called: " I came to beat ' ya " . Ni QQ t The thrilling finishes continued five days later against San jose State. Mike Gervasoni scored an amazing 29 points in the second half to bring the Broncos from be- hind for a one point win. The annual excursion south pro- duced two victories in three out- ings as Santa Barbara and Pepper- dine fell, while the Lions of Loyola continued their mastery of the Broncs with a win on their own hardwood. The big story in this trip was not Gervasoni, but Carlos "Bud" Ogden. The big sophomore leaper from San lose emerged into stardom with a record 55 point per- formance against the hapless Pep- perdine Waves. The return home produced what the Cervasoni fans had waited for since the second State game. Mike became the all-time Santa Clara career scoring champion with a short jump shot underneath a ainst UOP. Although the Broncos gell to the mighty Tigers, it was a great individual accomplishment for the "little guyn. A I . . ' r Mano-fa Le , ,Mg Q X: g 5 ff ' Egahx 21' 'l ff- Q 17' 85 Finest In SCU ' s Memory Led by high-scoring center Dennis Awtrey and all-around sensation Ralph Ogden, the Santa Clara frosh ran through their schedule with just one defeat. This was called by many the finest Santa Clara frosh team ever assembled. With Ogden and Awtrey dominating the boards and scoring column along with rugged Bob Tobin and 6 5 leaper John Healy, the Broncos were always in control from the opening buzzer. Comple- menting the big men underneath were a trio of guards that kept constant pressure on the opposi- tion. Dennis Fitzgerald, Kevin Eagleson, and left-hand specialist Will Curley composed the trio and seldom gave way to enemy pressure them- selves. Optimism abounds now in varsity basketball quarters as head coach Dick Garibaldi has the happy task of deciding what he will do with the several stars that will emerge this year as sopho- mores. Awtrey and Ogden head the list, but the talent doesn ' t stop there. Many will be heard from before they leave the mission campus. X 1 r X 1 K A my fb 'LN 1' I H QV 11 .mv 4 ' VH :WV MIM" Tfw3f2fWfbP3QM A .Y 55-"' V21 H- 1 V , ff- f A ' :JW X ' z , ,, 73: W 'Sim' 1 - Ei b 1 M U XM v NJ Max -' f 1 Ei f K, 'A "" . 1' A ' f ! N jg. r . ,gs X ,ww Vx W H, 4 Y I. , - ' Y , we-. -172 a -I 1 'SLN 4: 08 E57 i ROTC Drill I ' P. ' ' f " - ' liip—- - N. pHPIv 88 'Q H C +2-i-nv 6-. J fi I H 'K i be 1- 4 " 5 111-"if f t K U-' l' 4 M 1 E lr E9 vis-:ff Q .M - , sr. - fi I' .iw ,th 90 ROTC SUMMER CAMP Ft. Lewis, Washington 1966 91 92 93 Cooperation The student s role at the University of Santa Clara is changing. There is a vast difference be- tween the pupil of the 1950 s and the student of today. This evolution did not come suddenly but through a series of gradual changes. In 1963 Student Body President Pat Callan provided the leadership for the emergence of the new student. What was needed was a govern- ment of student authority and the method to achieve was student responsibility. The plan for greater student involvement was called the " new role. " This " new role " satisfied the student body during Callan s administration and that of his successor, Bill Jaeger. However, under the presidency of Mike Rana- han, the students again became restless. The ASUSC proved powerless to direct the initiative of a larger, smarter, and more serious-minded student body. This inability has lasted to the present day. Recent applicants of the University have had the highest grade point averages and SAT scores in the history of the school. Standard complaints about bad food and such are being replaced with questions concerning the intellectual climate and total education at Santa Clara. Santa Clara has changed before with the demands of the times and can change again. The Project Committee of the University Sen- ate listed thirteen specific grievances and distrib- uted them to all students and faculty members. A short introductory statement emphasized that the student for whom the University was created has been neglected in the educational program of this institution. It was stated that students and faculty had failed to accept an active role in determining the nature and direction of University policy. It is primarily due to this lack of initiative that most problems concerning campus affairs have arisen. Thirteen specific problem areas were outlined. They included complaints about curriculum, requirements, electives, recruiting techniques, university expenditure policy, a lack of proper student facilities, and poor student-faculty rela- tions. The new plan established is called the Univer- sity Senate. It will consist of twenty students (one per 150 students), twenty faculty members (one per 15 faculty members), and a chairman, elected by the Senate, who would vote only in the event of a tie. The apportionment of members will be made according to the five colleges — Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Business, and Law. This new body will put students and faculty members in a position to significantly influence university matters. The University Senate will give Santa Clara students and faculty members a more clearly defined and major role in the mak- ing of policy for university afi airs. The Project Committee formulated the Constitution of the University Senate and submitted ittothestu- dents and faculty for approval. The draft was well-received by both groups and was passed overwhelmingly by them. The plan is currently being examined by the Board of Trustees for their approval before the proposal will go into eff ect. 95 i Kenna Hall Refurbished Kenna Hall was dedicated in March, 1967, and is one of the most handsome of the University ' s buildings. Built in 1924, Kenna Hall served as both dormitory and classroom building until it was completely gutted last July in preparation for its new role. Only the exterior walls and interior columns were left standing. Inside now are three floors of classrooms, seminar rooms, faculty offices, amphitheaters, lab- oratories, a large reading room, and a graduate student lounge. Walnut paneling and carpeting add to the attractiveness of the building, which, according to Dean Charles J. Dirksen, will accommodate the business school ' s undergraduate, gradu- ate, and management programs for years to come. II i il Industrial California Industrial California prepared for the 70 ' s by examining the business outlook for the next ten years. The program consisted of talks by business executives, reports, and workshops. The honor- able Robert H. Finch, Lt. Governor of the State of California spoke on the major economic prob- lems facing California in the next decade. Others present included Dr. E. T. Grether, Dean Emeri- tus of the Graduate School of Business Adminis- tration at the University of California, Ransom M. Conk, Director of the Wells Fargo Bank, A. Carl Kotchian, President of Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Ernest J. Loebbecke, Chairman of the Board of the Title Insurance and Trust Com- pany in Los Angeles, and William E. Roberts, President of Ampex Corporation. r V t mmmm- •r ■m Rugby Although not coming up with a winning sea- son, the Santa Clara ruggers proved one of the toughest outfits on the coast. The hard-hitting crew showed all the blood-and-guts so character- istic of this ancient game of football. One of the truly amazing highlights of this season was the unusually low volume of injuries to hit the squad. Heading the Bronco rugby attack was a nucleus of sophomores and juniors that are red-hot for a bang-up next year. Chris Cozzo, Rick Enos, 250- pound Mike Antonelli will head the squad. Mike, known to some as " The Stinger " because of his ability to cut ball-carriers into sections, is a good bet for all-coast honors. It ' s going to be a rock- solid, bone-mashing year in Bronco rugby-town. ■ ' ■■ ' ■ .m Soccer Sal Taormina ' s soccer squad has been a rapid- ly improving outfit in its few short years on the Mission campus. This year the Broncos garnered two more victories than they reaped last year, notching a 4-7 won-lost record. Providing the spark this year was freshman newcomer Carlos Araujo, a top scorer and solid defender. Also fig- uring in this year ' s success was junior forward Pat Finley and hard-running wingman John Giovan- netti. Soccer has become a favorite spectator ' s sport at the Mission campus. Internationally, it is the most popular game in the world. The sport has been known to cause such frenzy among the fans that riot squads have become standard at all in- ternational matches. Students at Santa Clara have found other things to riot about besides soc- cer matches, but the day of a SCU soccer disturb- ance may well be on the horizon. ■HP ' sw! 5"' 1m Rugby Although not coming up with a winning sea- son, the Santa Clara ruggers proved one of the toughest outfits on the coast. The hard-hitting crew showed all the blood-and-guts so character- istic of this ancient game of football. One of the truly amazing highlights of this season was the unusually low volume of injuries to hit the squad. Heading the Bronco rugby attack was a nucleus of sophomores and juniors that are red-hot for a bang-up next year. Chris Cozzo, Rick Enos, 250- pound Mike Antonelli will head the squad. Mike, known to some as "The Stinger" because of his ability to cut ball-carriers into sections, is a good bet for all-coast honors. It's going to be a rock- solid, bone-mashing year in Bronco rugby-town. Hollywood Benefit Stars such as Jimmy Durante, RoseMary Cloo- ney, Ed Ames, The Doodletown Pipers and Fess Parker highlighted the University of Santa Clar- a ' s one-hundred-dollar a seat show in the Mont- gomery Theater in San Jose ' s Civic Auditorium. Following the show, a champagne party was given for the benefactors. The show was spon- sored by the Board of Fellows. 103 A, pil Mi '-'eh .:, K we f 1 , aw - 7 3 - . ,l E 1 ii' !1'f H sf' ' -Ning ,ta X 1 132 ga" 'gijq E -3 . Q ,LQQJ ' 2 ' ii A '., 2 5 ' Efffv! . "S: -1 -iw - ., iT,.Q?-v, gi? - 3127" ?ft-75: Y A 1 Q J '1'?l- -Q' I 'f W ,Nga ',..:'4,i A 1 QQ ip a- fyk .: :af ,H-Hllfx :s:Q,5i1' 1-ff '?':f uf ng ,rn si .7 .xiii 2,5 ff' . ,Q -in -- ,+- 12 - -'Ji- 551 , '-rw,-1 .,.,- 3 Ll-Ji. I- giegiih' ' P ,, A 15? v, 13:71,--, M -. , 'J . ,.f 'i7? ' Qi 1 'V ' 1 1 ,f L .f f 5 l gf, -qfaw , ,-A gpw w f . -- V Ula,-'-E, '-16 3224 - .ia .3 Y I l Q. U V' -awe. 5 -1 ki f' ' '-- -.. Vg, 1 'i'- -- "- 4., Hollywood Benefit Stars such as jimmy Durante, RoseMary Cloo- ney, Ed Ames, The Doodletown Pipers and Fess Parker highlighted the University of Santa Clar- a,s one-hundred-dollar a seat show in the Mont- gomery Theater in San joseys Civic Auditorium. Following the show, a champagne party was given for the benefactors. The show was spon- sored by the Board of Fellows. 44' -x if . iefzz, T ff. '- '7 if 1 -gag , f-1 35553 r 34 ' -? , "-A I fiwff l 103 clay M. Greene Y ' hi P 107 Dorm Life 108 fl . i »j, « t«R ' " i «» ' ' { . " %. «— ' " ' ■ 111 Craig Edges Hal This year s ASUSC election was quite dull and there was a notable lack of student interest. The reason for this indifference was the new election committee ruling that no obstacles or banners were permitted that could be seen from the Alameda or between buildings. Therefore, only a few posters hung in Benson and perhaps a hand- ful more around campus. Only 69 per cent of the student body turned out to vote, a much lower percentage than in the last few years. A runoff was held between two presidential candidates — Craig Needham and Hal McElhinny — with the former winning by a close margin. There were no runoffs for class offices, but there were several close races. Only two offices were unopposed, so there seemed to be the usual enthusiasm. Posters littered the walls and fiery speeches were given in all parts of the dorms. On the whole though, the candidates seemed mainly interested in talking to their friends. C3 wjtS s V. . The Thrill Of Victory The Agony Of Defeat Nine Little Christys 114 Nine little Christys appeared before a packed house in Benson Center last February. Over one thousand students attended the concert. The Minstrels were so well received that a second encore was called for after a standing ovation. The mood of the evening ' s performance ranged from the pounding " John Henry ' to the softly sentimental " Today " . Other songs which generated special enthusiasm included " Drinking Gourd " , " Saturday Night ' , " Green Green " , and Monica Kirby ' s special rendition of " Rosa da Vienna " . Sue Pack of the New Christy Minstrels summed up their visit by stating, " The students at Santa Clara have been the most responsive, enthusiastic audience we ve ever played before " . 115 Swimming In eight duel meets this year, coach Dennis Fosdick s swimmers compiled an even 4-4 re- cord, but the record was not really indicative of some of the outstanding performances turned in by the Bronco mermen this year. The highlight of the year was Santa Clara s seventh-place finish in NCAA Western regionals. This performance was accomplished with only two swim- mers, sophomores Jim Thonis and Tom Knoph. Later in the year Knoph was the only Bronco to place in the NCAA championships. His lone performance was enough to place Santa Clara 25th in a field of 50 schools. The outlook for Santa Clara swimming in the future is indeed excellent. Several outstand- ing freshmen from this year ' s squad will be competing in NCAA competition for the first time next year. Coach Fosdick expects great things from youngsters Stevie Crawford and Mark Freitas. The Broncos will have to rise to the occasion since they will be competing against some very tough competition, Stanford and Cal being among them. « ' X ' l: km A Wrestling Santa Clara has never had a national- ly ranked wrestling team, but there is not a harder working group of athletes in the country. Wrestling is probably about the toughest challenge in the world of sports. In wrestling it s one on one with no bats, balls, clubs or pads to get in the way ... all part of man ' s eternal battle against himself. Highlight of this year was ace grap- pler Bob Ernst, who was the recipiant of the highly coveted " Minor Sports- man of the Year award. A top graduat- ing senior last year. Bob was the first real star that the Santa Clara wrestling program has produced since it was revived by the University five ears ago. Other outstanding wrestlers to perform were Junior Al Ludwig and rugged Senior Brian Barr. ' ith a year s e.xperience the underclassmen should team with returning letterman Ludwig to form a talented nucleus for 68 s squad. The Bronco wrestling future looks good. Biggest Little Sport After a whirlwind start, the Santa Clara varsity fell off to a mediocre season this year, compiling a 4- 12 record against the finest competition on the coast. Victories over University of Southern California and St. Mary s were overshadowed by hard-fought defeats at the hands of Long Beach State and na- tionally ranked California and Stanford. Next year the Bronco crew will be taking on four of the top ten teams in the nation — Stanford, Cal, Washington, and UCLA. They will also take a trip north to Washington University for the Western Sprint Championships. It should be another great year for the biggest little sport on campus. 119 120 A-.I ,l g .- 11 ll x A 9 -sit, M 5 i ,. ,M - ' i» ' ' r,. :, ■ " 1 . ...,. ,J I r-- -,Q I 1, 4: ,. f A- f 3 . "Ts L -I-:Q H is G: 4 I1 5: .-1.2 ma- mg if .Y, vggqflwgxr ' 'Eff W ZGSI , wg, N I , .s. 3 X b , Jill., , X, .V swf- Q . '-673933 124 125 1 'Q J Q F0 I I . 124 il y i " ! K a w '1 -M Q 4 i-q..,,- cln x - G , -M-mb., ih -M "' ' .L www? 111111-MWUHWW' 1-1 W , - M -A-.-......., x,,,,.N,, W - A V- Q-,..i,,n V '- - -11, A - I A F f :V-Q-as-.-, - . Mn. 'nf-.-- - -F- I , ' v ' -ia.- ,, ,. 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The season was marked by continually frustrating defeats coming after the Broncos had put together a string of wins that moved them towards national re- cognition. After being on the threshold of winning the San Diego Marines tournament, the Broncs dropped two straight to USC and yielded the crown to the Tro- jans. Later in the year the team went on a four-game trip south against USC, UCLA, and Santa Barbara with a chance for a berth in the NCAA playoffs, but four disastrous losses nailed the lid on the Bronco coffin. Only a strong rally at the end of the year sal- vaged a good season for the Santa Clara diamond- men. j! -3jgM p» — ' fic " " " " --—? ' " " 3Cf " V- ..W• •w■;.• ' S - S 3 Dukes And Austin Lead Broncos The year produced many stars, but you have to put the nameofjan Dukes rightupthereontop.Jandid every- thing but walk the dog this year (Strike him out, yes; but walk him, no). He compiled a sparkling 12-2 won-lost re- cord which included spectacular no-hit whitewash of UCSB in the season finale. Dukes was also one of the most timely hitters on the squad; his plus .300 average included three homers. The hard throwing left-hander, concentrating mainly on his pitching chores, averaged just under ten strikeouts per contest. He was the mainstay of an otherwise shakey pitching staff. Leading hitter on the squad was slugging firstbaseman Rod Austin, who poled nine homers while he was hitting a good .350. Many times Rod had to carry the hitting load when the rest of the Bronco bats were stymied. In the an- nual contest against the major league Giants from San Francisco, Rod nailed a two-run homer off ace Giant chuck- er Juan Marichal, a 25 game winner the previous year. 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" '-11 C , V-n-.f:f,,,,! 74 K , ,1-r .fi , f' 1 , , W- M445 I . . 1 ,4vf'.rf'9V Dukes And Austin Lead Broncos The year produced many stars, but you have to put the name ofjan Dukes right up there on top. jan did every- thing but walk the dog this year lStrike him out, yesg but walk him, noi. He compiled a sparkling 12-2 won-lost re- cord which included spectacular no-hit whitewash of UCSB in the season finale. Dukes was also one ofthe most timely hitters on the squadg his plus .300 average included three homers. The hard throwing left-hander, concentrating mainly on his pitching chores, averaged just under ten strikeouts per contest. He was the mainstay of an otherwise shakey pitching staff. Leading hitter on the squad was slugging firstbaseman Rod Austin, who poled nine homers while he was hitting a good .350. Many times Rod had to carry the hitting load when the rest of the Bronco bats were stymied. In the an- nual contest against the major league Giants from San Francisco, Rod nailed a two-run homer off ace Giant chuck- er juan Marichal, a 25 game winner the previous year. Rod himself expects to be a pro when this is printed. 135 VBtlORS 20S500 isMincumi ri.iy H.«n WiHi .. HAIKS PHARMACY 136 Double-Play Another bright spot in this year s diamond antics was the hot-shot double-play combination of Albert Strane and Ray Henningsen. Albert was an untried sophomore who stepped right into the starting lineup and hit a solid .280 while showing some fancy glovework at shortstop. Albert ' s high point of the season came in the Giant game when he led off against Juan Marichal with a 380 foot circuit shot to left center. Albert was also thequickest baserunner on the squad. Henningsen probably has the quickest pair of hands of any second-sacker in collegiate baseball, but his forte is hit- ting. The three-year varsity veteran had his big bat stymied at the outset of the season, but rallied in the stretch to hit .287 and help the Broncos win some important ball games. Ray will most likely be turning pro by the time of this writ- ing. 137 f • »- ' :•. 138 The Most Valuable Player award is given in each of the three major sports to the athlete who, in the opinion of his teammates, has made the largest contribution to the team ' s success while at the same time upholding the true spirit of athletics, the 100% effort. Gary Filizetti The MVP award-winner from last year ' s football team was hardrunning halfback Gary Filizetti. The senior four-year letterman was a local product, having preped at Santa Clara High School. He came to the Mission campus and quickly won himself a prime spot on Pat Malley s squad. As a senior he was honored with the position of co-captain, and showed himself to be a strong gridiron leader. Mike Gervasoni Little Mike Gervasoni was the basketball award-winner. The muscular 5 9 ' guard became the all-time Bronco scor- ing leader last year, surpassing the great Ken Sears. Mike kept the Broncos in every game with his prolific scoring and dependable ball handling. He was the first Bronco to be chosen to play in the East-West All Star game, and was also named to the " Little " All-American team. 139 Austin Swings Bronco baseball MVP of last year was slugging first sacker Rod Austin. The mild-mannered senior co- captain from Mesa, Arizona was the team leader in homers and RBI ' s. He signed a major-league con- tract with the Boston Red Sox at the close of the season, and is a good bet to eventually make the big show. .: Sportsman Of Year Bob Ernst was named Minor Sportsman of the year, an honor voted annually by the SCU student body. 140 Bonus Baby Bob Spence is an outstanding pro prospect who starred as a sophomore on the 1966 squad, then signed for a substantial bonus with the White Sox, and now plays profes- sionally while still attending the University. Pro Bound Ray Henningsen is a Senior infielder from this year ' s squad who gathered several honors including All-American, during his three years on the squad. He now plays profession- ally for the Red Sox. Big Leaguer Jan Dukes was an ace pitcher from last year ' s squad who came back from arm trouble, which kept him out most of his junior year, to become one of the top pitching prospects in collegiate baseball. He now plays for the Washington Senator Organization. Austin Swings Bronco baseball MVP of last year was slugging first sacker Rod Austin. The mild-mannered senior co- captain from Mesa, Arizona was the team leader in homers and RBI's. He signed a major-league con- tract with thc Boston Red Sox at the close of the season, and is a good bet to eventually make the big show. 4 ,L x I M42 xx Sportsman Of Year Bob Ernst was named Minor Sportsman of the year, an honor voted annually by the SCU student body. I % ' % - , 143 144 IMY MHTINEB --?,,4 STM -5-. .....l.... -.gil L--if--L HL. Eli? ISE '.3i.:'A IESAUEINE CERTUN FEE WMEIL JV 25 of Til, 35 P3 i I WWW. af? 1 Hi' J -- . 5 58.5 Y 'x Vi ,vs ! I " , . If-I-H M-v 143 1-w Nw, - um. ,w 1, Psychedelic Sound Santa Clara ' s first Spring Festival was a day of high temperatures, high spirits, and high minds. The Uni- versity was host to Cal Tjader, Vince Guaraldi, and Jefferson Airplane. Al Collins, well known KSFO disc jockey, functioned as emcee wearing his new seer- sucker " jump suit . While Cal Tjader and Vince Guaraldi were well received, the Airplane really generated a festival atti- tude among the audience seated before them. Many in the audience began dancing on the grass, others merely ran and jumped around like " Flower Chil- dren ' , and all this occurred under the shadow of a giant banana poster, anonymously hung from a win- dow of Montgomery Hall. 147 vr- ' ' fi -- » , ..l4 ' : t|% ' s 1P5ca » ' ■J " ' • ' ; f - ' " ' ' m ?■ ■;. B fcv. , p ■ ■• ' iM g?l W i ' ■ ft ,. « " P4 I UQSS ' m ,fs f ■. v ■ ' ■ PIW» W iW MJ : " kfflti ' .iJ s5 ' fc-« :l wSf ■ --._ . ■ ®»w :C .au . ','Ff,i"F if-'iii-W . , , W .. ,iq AA ' .-3"9-- -'l l . -C - "." 1 5 .' ' 'J' - . Y .fn " ' Q " K ' .i fel' - - 'A V . 'N ze' A bfi? 'AC . . vi -N ,I ' 1 Q M 'rn .,.--, ' 'v,. ,I ' L' Q'-Hu.. d'l'. . ' ' 4'.s"g 4 .- , 4 . fl 'S-f " QLV if - ,' '- J. , . .. ,. . Q ,wiv ,.-1 -If .. . , . iyrlf 'if' NA 1 A , .1 , A .A , X'--G1 . 5 ' q ' - v.1'n J ' f. ' u ti. I, . 1,.',:.J 1, s- ' ' -1 . 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V-,J , , 1' , a k ' - - as- A " -. I rv-T 0' p . F. X W' A' Ln mg -,,.LQ 3' ...M ,Yu 1 'rx '- ,. -W W, OM- M 5 I 3' dj Fi' J ,ju V af- .ar M 4 ' f'-Al. aff ,ifQ FW Qui 152 9i Graduation June 1967 153 Y is a' hair lu ff. 'v ,tg i X' Q 2' I If' f W- 'ff if I A . , ' 1 , V , I, Q n ff- ,W f , r 'ff ll lf? fy -J f f ' vx M 155 156 mL t vd W i lir Hi T KIijtet, - - »itnP •ito ' H BL ' . ' iH ■ . T 158 HE . ? i r » - ' : ' mfA iiW ' ' . tJ P m ■ -•■ V ' v - :t ... ' .-ii ' .JiiMk ' M rmm .,: -r :m v.: ■ 159 THIS MALL IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF PRESIDENT JOHN E KENNEDY 1917 -« V 1963 . ■ ' r- . , • f s. 1 j-fji i g •T . y::r-. ' vrt i«3 ? " -.. ' 5 ' - X ACADEMICS UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA ARTS AND SCIENCE Liberal education is the sort that " enables each man to think as well as his native powers permit. " This liberal education is composed of experience in the humanities, mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, philosophy, and theology, and is designed to provide gener- al enlightenment about nature and man. Be- cause this enlightenment is indispensable to a rich human life, the curriculum of the College of Arts and Sciences satisfies both the student certain of his or her future career choice and the student seeking a broad educational experience before making such a choice. For the former, the Arts and Sciences curriculum includes pre- paration for a variety of professional training and for graduate education. fim-xfrmmwr- ACADEMICS UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA 3 fb Q I 8 5 X 45 OF 5' C1 4 W H ifc -€ 163 Fr. O ' Neil Dr. Drahman Fr. Bannan " . Dr. Deck Fr. Mackin Fr. O ' Sullivan Dr. Schmidt Mr. James W " D -- Dr. R. Gross Dr. Vari Dr. Krassowski 166 Fr. O,Sullivan Dr. Deck Fr. Mackin Dr. Schmidt Mr. james Fr. Hombach Fr. Dullea - Ei Sflk p n kI B m i ' Ki ' j m m IS i t i H HHj k fl 5 Fr. Wright Mr. Giacomini Dr. Buckenmeyer 168 Fr. Belval Fr. Endrody Mr. Fischer Mr. Iwamoto W i Dr. Averbach 169 4% Fr. Kropp Dr. Kronick p Mr. Smith Dr. Dietz Fr. Warren Mr. Hughes Fr. Fallon Dr. Sheehan Fr. Roberts Mr. DeBouvere Dr. Fast Mrs. Stork Mr. DeLaGuardia 172 Dr. Jurika Mr. O ' Keefe ' W ' " f ' M Dr. Klosinski Fr. Bremner Fr. McAulifFe . Fr. Fagothey Mr. Williams Fr. N. Martin Fr. Martin Fr. Felt Fr. Gray Mr. Welch Fr. McQuillan Dr. F. Duggari Fr. Hayn 175 Lt. Col. Ventura Colonel Robert A. O ' Brien, Jr. Professor of Military Science Major McCollum Captain Clark Major Garcia Captain Bowser -. Sgt. Maj. Gardiner f m y 1st Sgt. Bosalet S Sgt. Turner 177 Sgt. Lamb 178 Engineering at Santa Clara 1967 179 " v,i lli ' ' i- ' 181 Mr. Tapey Dr. Chan Dr. Markle Mr. Murray Dr. Saad Dr. Mandell Dr. Nassef ■ ■ Dr. Dorf Dr. Siljak Mr. Fisher 183 I H I ' ,a i.aoQ - ' li School of Business Dr. Fagan Dr. Trickett ■ K |P " r Mr. Kuhlman Dr. Bellotti Dr. Shuster Mr. Harrell Mr. Jacobs Dr. Brown Mr. Cheatham Mr. Nielson ' i mm i " aP w ' L ■ " N 1. V ' T H Fr. Gianera Student Bar Association The Student Bar Association is the stu- dent governing body of the School of Law. Open to all students, the Student Bar is responsible for the Campbell Lecture Ser- ies, Moot Court, St. Thomas More Society and all social events held for the law stu- dents. 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. Hank Talifer — President L, to R. : R. Yonts (Treas. ), W. Dubbin (V. P. ), F. Taranto (Sec. ). Sitting, 1. to r.: C. Reiton (Advocate), J. Brown (Justice), W. Sullivan (Clerk); standing, D. Mousel (Treas. ), T. White (Marshal). Phi Alpha Delta, Law Fraternity, offers practical training to help its members bridge the gap between the academic em- phasis in law school and the actual handling of clients and their problems. It furnished the young lawyer a forum in which he may become acquainted with practicing attorneys from throughout the country; and through its active chapters it gives the law student the opportunity to develop friendships which will ripen into life-long professional associations. Top to bottom: R. Yonts, P. Sheckter, T. Hansen, R. Moore, H. Talifer, D. Mousel, R. Ackerman, C. Tarkington, R. Pit- man, G. Hall, M. McFadden, T. White, J. Lipman, W. Pohle, W. Locke-Paddon, J. Haney, F. Taranto, W. Sullivan, J. Primes, J. Brown. P h 1 A 1 3 1 a D e 1 t a Top to bottom: R. Sanborn, J. Leathers, P. McMahan, S. Vaught, P. Patton, C. Reiton, H. Dietz, H. Bran- son, W. Dubbin, H. Wright, J. Weiss. J. Triplett. M o o t C o u r t C o m m • 1 t t e e Standing, 1. to r.: D. Mousel, J. Lipman (chairman), J. Leathers; sitting, G. Kubota. Santa Clara Lawyer Sitting, 1. to r. : G. Kubota, (bus, ed.), M. McFadden (ed.), J. Arthur (assoc. ed.), W. Locke- Paddon (assoc. ed.); standing, W. SuUivan, J. Weiss (articles ed.), P. Patton, T. Hansen, D. Mousel, R. Sanborn, J. Leathers. The Santa Clara Lawyer is the student edited legal per- iodical of the University of Santa Clara School of Law. It is published biannually for the benefit of scholars, judges, at- torneys and law students. The objectives of the Lawyer are twofold; First, it seeks to pro- vide the profession with cur- rent materials of legal signifi- cance, carefully researched and analyzed, and to shed light on problems facing the practic- ing lawyer and judge. Second, the Lawyer seeks to train stu- dents in sound analysis and precise legal writing. In its six years of publication, the Santa Clara Lawyer has achieved national circulation. GRADUATES Jeanne Arthur Barbara Ashton Gerald Brown Christopher Chin Tom Hansen James Harpainter Grace Kubota William Locke-Paddon James Leathers Jr. Jay Lepman Monte McFadden Philip Patton James Pruett Charles Reiton Roger Sanborn William Sullivan Henry Talifer John Triplett J. B. Weiss Thomas White HX W ' S . i?; ' . ■- • ■rS " :-: " ' - „ - js jmp? . ,-« ? ' f«Wr V . ,. ' ' : ■ ' , . , « A _,,lllg|| |pillg||aM» nMnr»K i««ro «•• •■ ' • " " " % ,! i «i?« ' , »..,« » u " P: - y: ' i 4M ' i ■€4 ' . ' • " T.i ; . " ms ' mc ' i H ' m.: " ' ' ! .-„ UNDERCLASSMEN UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA Freshman Class Officers „,,«»» ««if« .Lj ' ' ' ; Mark Morelli President Bill Bradley Vice-President Paul Marini Treasurer Tom Donahue Sergeant-at-Arms Tracy Johansing Secretary 193 Jon Aboitiz Arnold Abreu Terry Adami John Ahem Carol Ahmann Carlos Alamilla Mario Alioto Mark Allison Edwin Anderson Joseph Ansel Carolyn Antonini Joaquin Arango Randall Ashby Margaret Avison Barbara Bailey Tom Baiestrieri Mark Balsley Barbara Bardwil Margaret Barnum Christopher Barrington Kathleen Barrows Andrew Bataille Grace Batista Leo Bauer Lizabeth Bauer Frederick Bedard Eugene Belogorsky Jeanne Bendik David Berg Sue Bird Mary Blarney Joe Boboschi Mark Boedan Bob Boldizar Thomas Bolich Lawrence Bolton Bruce Bottini Frederick Boughton Paul Box Margaret Boyle 194 William Bradley Jay Brady Michael Brouse Donna Brown Marilyn Brown Patricia Brown Robert Brown Linda Brughelli Elaine Bruni Tim Buckley Diane Burkholder Darcy Burns Julie Burns Arlene Byers Tom Cain Marianne Calegari Kitt Candeias James Canning Robert Cancilla Nancy Cannon Cecilia Cantlay Elizabeth Cara Cathy Carlos Daniel Carroll Howard Carroll Angela Casciato Richard Cashatt Harry Cavanagh James Caviglia Robert Cazale Judy Cerini Nancy Charlton Patricia Chase Gloria Chen Trudy Childs Robert Ching Robert Christian Peter Ciacco Debbie Clampett Ivan Clark 195 imm Mary Cleese Joe Clougherty Kevin Cody Jean Cohen Barry Colla Connie Collier Edwin Collins Philip Collins Tim Collins Cynthia Conley Jack Connolly Richard Conway Susan Cook Timothy Corcoran Nancy Cosgrove Steven Costella Mike Coughlin Patrick Crahan Stephen Craig Stephen Crawford Walter Critz Bertram Cronin Marilyn Crowe David Cullen Cindy Cummings William Curley Janet Curtis Nick Dalis Tim Daly Alice Damberg Vincent Damiani Peter D ' Amico Angelo Danna Robert Darling Andrew Davis Jeri Davis Susan Davis Kathleen Daze Ray De Briyn Lucille Delfino 196 Linda Delia Majjgiore Joan Depaoli Ray Derania Nancy Dillon Tom Donahue Laura Doner Mary Douthwaite Donald Doyle Susan Drake Thomas Drakes Kevin Droney Mary Drymalski Rosanne Ducev Carol Duffleld ' Angela Duke Susie Dukes Phillip Durrett John Dutton Carolyn Dwire Kevin Eagleson Elisabeth Ebinger Joseph Egan Wavne Eisenhart Judy Elliott Melba Englert Raymond Epes Patricia Ercoli Kenneth Errington Bob Eskridge Thomas Evertsen Susan Falconi Michaelene Fenton Gerald Ferrari Terye Ferriss James Fillippi Roland Fitzgerald Stephen Flain Cecilia Flynn Franklin Foley Leanna Ford Pete Formosa Sue Forve Ronald Fowler Cathy Fox Gene Fox Kathy Fraga Robert Frankovicl Mary Frazier Mark Freitas Michael Freitas Chuck Fumia Leland Gabbard Dennis Gamlen Geraldine Ganss Sue Garland Joan Garlinger Maryjane Genco Judy Genovese Patty Gillespie Paulette Ginier Arthur Ginocchio Rich Giorgetti Mary Gisslow Bill Gordon Louise Gorfain Bruce Graham Robert Griffin Anita Gurncy Jacklyn Hackard Dan Haddow Stephen Hagen Yvonne Hall Jane Hancock John Hanlon Pat Hannon Henry Hansel Carol Hanson Ariane Hardin Susan Hargleroad Judith Harless 411 ■•-. Angela Harrington Gail Harrington Barbara Haski Robert Hausman Charlotte Haynes Kathleen Hendry Stephen Henriques Marilyn Herbig Marilyn Hess Kenneth Hesson Enno Heuscher Corrine Hintze James Hoban Jane Hoerner Gary Horgan Farrel Housman Jody Howard Mary Howseman Jeanne Huard Eino Huhtala Donald Humphrey Robert Hupf Pat Hynes Charles Isaacson Dana Jang Mary Jennett Tracy Johansing Elizabeth Johns Molly Johnston Kenneth Kaefer Edward Karcher Ann Keener Meg Kellogg Catherine Kelley Daniel Kelly Roger Kern Steven Kimball Julie Kircher Stephen Kirkeby Phyllis Kirts Cheri Kistner Mark Kliszewski Charles Knarr Shirley Krsinich Louis Krug Barrie Laing Steven Lambert William Lambert Mary Lautze Michele Le Brun Charles Lemann Thomas Lerone Richard Leslie Steven Lewis Don Lightbody Ogden Lilly Joseph Lima Linda Lindsay Tamara Lippi James Loney John Long Mary Longinotti Eric Low Barb Lowery Thomas Lustig Tom Lyman Kathleen Machuga Kathleen Maher Paul Marini Bob Marino Marty Martin Kerry Matthews Mary Matthews Nancy Mazza Joseph McCarthy Sharon McCarty John McCoy Kathleen McCracken George McCullagh Martha McDonald Suzanne McDonnell Mary McEntee Dave McFarland Thomas Mc(iann Bill McGrath Mike McGreevey Gregory McKay Theresa McMahon Sharon McMillan John McNamara Ann McNiece Michael McPeak Timothy McShane Anthony Mei Joseph Melczer Linda Melluish Susan Middleton James Miller Paul Mills Elena Minor Marilyn Mize Patrick Mohan John Monaehan Mark Morelli Joann Morey Pius Morozumi Maria Morris Rex Moser Ann Murphy Marilyn Murphy Pat Murphy Elizabeth Murray Kim Naughton Susan Naumes Nancv Nelson Joan Nettesheim Philip Niederberger Edward Northup Rich Nuccitelli William O Brien Kathleen Oda Brian O Hara Sherrv Oke Kathlyn Oliva Jane O Mara Tom Ovens Robert Owens Mike Pacelli Cheryl Paggi Marti Paine Timothy Panziera Ron Paris James Passalaqua Nancy Payne Lvnne Pendleton David Pereira Ron Perrelli Karen Peterson Robert Peterson Pam Piering Pete Phillips Richard Phillips Kathy Pike Ann Podielski Lvnette Polian Gary Porter John Previte Laura Pribuss David Price Don Prime Thomas Prussing Elizabeth Puckett Gerald Ouilici Leo Quilici Jim Quintal Joyce Quock James Radulovich Mary Ragen Dominic Rago Sharon Ray Gene Reames Lydia Reed Judith Reuter Connie Ring Gregory Rixon Anne Robichaud Gordon Roby Sharon Roe Phyllis Romito Richard Ronan Kathleen Roney Karen Roper Carolvn Rosenblatt Pat Ruffo James Saake John Salazar Kristine Samuelson John Sapunor Leon Schegg Elaine Scherbart Mary Schiller Marilyn Schnoor Robert Schultz Karen Secchi Judith Sedgwick John Sevenich Vicky Shu Jill Silacci Donna Silva Theodore Simas Reenel Simoni Andrew Simmonds Greg Sinclair Debbie Singer Noelani Smith Joseph Somerville Jane Spack Steven Stanich Mike Stegmaier Jose Stevens 203 Kathleen Stoddard Linda Stout Robert Suhr ( ' olleen Sullivan Flora Su lii an Linda Snnseri Lorna Sutherland Paul Sutherlen Steve Sutter John ' laechella Jim Tanner Stephen rarantin( Mary Terry Rich Testwuide Marv Thomas Naney Tofanelli Pat Tondreau Atithoiiy Toste James Treinen Nancy Trembley Helene Treseony (k ' nc Trieoll Barbara Triplett John Truxaw Ann Tucker Mike UrbanskI (Catherine L ' rsettie Don Van Buren Suzan Vatuone Dorothy Veach Candy Veranth William Von Felten Gary Walker Kathleen Walker Ed Walsh Pete Walsh Dave Ward Margaret Ware Robert Watanabe Anthony Wilmer Steve Weber Peter Wellington Gayle Wells Laurelann Wheeler Marv Ellen Whelan Dan White Kathy White Mary Pat Whiting Nancy Whittaker Anthony Wilmer Sue Winslow Peter Witte Katie Wolf James Wood William Work John Wozniak Penny Wright Patricia Yoklavich Elissa Young Veronica Zecchini George Zorn Robert Zwingman 205 Dave Zacharias ' 69 Sgt. At Arms John Ottoboni 69-President 206 Sophomore Class Mllllii m m iiihi officers Aidan Raney ' 69-Treasurer Carol Nascimento ' 69 Secretary 207 Craig Adams Jeffrey Adams Susan Adams Christina Alfs Patricia Alvarez Philip Amormino Patricia Anderson James Andre Michael Antonelli James Armistead Irene Arnaud Mark Aschauer Carol Bachmayer James Bacigalupi Michael Bafico David Bajada Bonita Baker Richard Baker Sue Ballard Bernard Bannon Joan Barbee David Barca Timothy Barger Vickie Barrious Peter Barsoti Marguerite Bataille Terry Bathen Michael Bayless Susanne Bazzano Judith Beatty John Beck JoEllen Beckler Mary Beemer Patrick Bennett Robert Benton Glen Berg Ann Bergin Susan Bessett Vincent Bigone Christy Blessing 208 Karen Boiko Frank Boitano Lorraine Boken Gordan Bonaccors Kathleen Booth Peggy Bowen Nathaniel Bradley Patricia Brady Joseph Breen Steven Brie Greg Brown James Brown Lawrence Bruni Micheal Brown Richard Brunsine Carol Buckley Henry Bugatto Lawrence Burriesci Cristine Burris Catherine Bushnell John Bussi Jerald Bussjaeger Mary Byrne Robert Byrnes Jack CafFey John Cailan Norine Capuro Steven Carara Joseph Carcione John Carey Michael Carey Steven Carmichael Carol Carnazzo James Carter Robert Cashin Creighton Casper James Cassa Susan Cassel Michael Cavanaugh Donald Chaisson 209 James Chambers Gloria Cheney Frederic Chiles Hojin Choi Coleen Clampett Cathy Clark Richard Clarke Diane Coffey Julian Coleiro Daniel Collins Judith Collins Robert Colyar Richard Conner Peter Connolly Heather Conrad Charles Conway David Conway Arthur Coon Donna Coon Craig Corkerey Deidre Coyne Teril Crampton Suzanne Cribari Roselyn Crisafi Rodney Crisp James Cronin Catherine Crotty James Crowley Blaise Cullen Constance Cullinan Allan Currie Stephen Cutrera Mitchell Dabo Brian Daley Maureen Daley Laurence Daniels Mary Kay Davidson Constance Davis David DeBoer Richard DeBolt 210 Margaret DeCoursey Emilie DeGeer Michael DeMartini Charles Dernier Michele DePorceri David Delgado Barbara DesChamps Gary Dias Anne Dietrich Peter Dileo Linda Dillard Barbara Dineen Arlana Dixon James Dixson Lynn Dombrink John Donaldson Colleen Donohue Dolores Doran Thomas Doyle Craig Dulong Agnes Eagen Peter Eaton Patricia Egan Warren Egan Richard Enernberger Paul Ehrich Robert Emmett Mary Emrey Jack Enright Joseph Ercoli Robin Ericson George Everhart Alan Fabyancic Thomas Faherty James Falletti Kathleen Feeney Sheila Feeney Louis Fehrenbacher Karl Felsen Richard Ferguson 211 Thomas Ferguson Albert Ferrari Mollie Ferry Judith Filippi Wilham Fiolek Timothy Fischer Janet Fitzpatrick Patricia Flanagan Deirdre Flannery Dorothy Fleming James Foos Rebecca Foos Gregory Ford Michael Forni Edward Fraga David Francia Gary Frasinetti Phillip Freer John Friedlander Barbara Frischholz Beverly Fucci Teresa Gabriel John Gallagher Karen Garlick Timothy Gatto William Gawlowski Frank Genovese Patrick Gilmore Gary Godward Jerry Goienor Frank Gollop Jennifer Golzio Caria Goodman Jose Goulart Thomas Gourselle Henry Grambergu Louise Grant Charles Grazzini Lee Greeley Cynthia Green Raymond Gross Walter Grover William Growney Cherie Guichard Jennifer Hake Michael Handler Susan Hanks Patricia Hanley Francine Hanning Ronald Hansen Denise Hargleroad Richard Harkins Robert Harold Robert Harrison Sandra Harrison Steven Harrold Linda Hayhurst Thomas Haynes Helen Healey John Hedderson Denise Henriques Robert Hesse Roger Hewitt Robert Hickel Alan Higginson Raymond Ho William Hoeft Kathryn Hoffman Edward Holdsworth Mary Holm Nancy Holt William Honsik Mary Hoole Catherine Horan Susan Houston Marilyn Hunt Rodney Hurd Darrell Igeimund Marilyn Iliff Charles Jackson 213 Mark Janlois Carol Janowicz Edward Jensen Barbara Karig Brian Keelev Phillip Keenan Terry Keener Arthur Kelly Robert Kelly Thomas Kennedv William Kershaw Patrick Kilkenny Thomas Kirn Tony Knebel Thomas Knopf Rosemary Kottman Thomas Kropp Russell Kubiak Elizabeth Kumbler Pierre LaBand Joseph LaMantia Richard LaValle Paul LaVoie Robert l abozetta Leah Lamb James Lang Paul Larkin Susan Lawler Lucien LeClere Patricia Leach Melinda Lee Walter I mbi Marlene Lemke William Lenaers Wayne Leong Felix Licini Arthur Liebscher Denise Lilian Richard Lindgren Maria Locatelli Robert Loeffler Cynthia Lund Francis Lynch Janet MacDonald Daniel Mackay Richard Macchi Kenneth Machado Abdulla Madhi Charles Magnus Patricia Magruder John Mahoney Michael Mahoney Pamela Maida Henry Malatesta Lynn Mallamo Dorothy Malloy John Malloy Kathleen Maloney Mara Maloney Abdulaziz Mana David Manchester Vincent Mancuso John Maneely Dorothy Mantele Charles Manzoni Andrea Mape Robert Martin Teresa Martin Patrick Mason Valerie Massa John Massopust Katherine Masters Segundo Mateo Steven Mathews Teresa Matson Philip Matsumara Janet Matteis William Mazotti Dennis McBride Martha McCabe 215 Merilee McCambridge John McCarrick Susan McCarthy William McCarthy Jerry McClain Margaret McCoy Michael McDevitt Brian McGuire James McGuirk Daniel McKinley Timothy McLaughlin William McLaughlin Donald McMorrow Isobel McNellis Barbara McWilliams Dennis Meister Mark Mena Michelle Merckel Patrick Meusel Mary Miller Richard Miller Warren Miller Rob Minister Robert Moeckel Marcia Mondavi Dennis Monohan Kathleen Moran Marie Morey Vernon Morioka Robert Mott Roberta Mullin Shirley Munford C ' harles Munger Geraldine Murphy Michael Murphy Timothy Murphy Alan Musante Thomas Muscio Walter Myles Mary Nahm 216 Patrick Nance Carol Nascimento Mary Nehus Richard Nelson Thomas Nicoletti Maryanne Nilmeier Gaeton Nola Thomas Nuccio William Nulk John O Boyle Hugh O ' Brien Michael O Brien Jo Jo O Connor Brian O Connor John O ' Mara Daniel O ' Neil Patricia O Neil Kathleen O ' Shea Lynne Olds Marcia Oliva Charleen Ortiz Paul Osbourne John Ottoboni Earl Ow Christopher Owen Shereen Paff Carl Panattoni Charles Parbury Erma Parise Anne Parsons Keith Paulson Joseph Payne Lynn Pears Frank Peccia Patricia Pegg Anne Penoyer Maria Perez Carla Perusina Linda Pessagno Stephen Petit 217 James Petrich Diane Piazza Marilee Pierotti Thom Pike Linda Piola Carmen Poling James Polley Elizabeth Postlewaite David Pouliot Teresa Powell John Powers Paul Pribuss Josephine Profaci Marie Prunk James Quigg George Quinn William Quirie Michael Raab Dennis Raefield Paul Ramos Nancy Randall Aidan Rainey Raymond Raymer David Read Loretta Rebello Curt Reed Mary Ann Reeder Francine Reidy Bernice Rendler Christopher Reynolds Joyce Reynolds Brian Rice William Rice Mary Richie Robert Richard Patrick Riley Leo Rippo Martha Robers David Roberts Brian Robinson Robert Rodman Richard Roggia GreKory Rohlfes Gregory Rosa Linda Roulo Thomas Rowan David Roybal Patricia Rubino James Ruhvvedel Donna Rvan Marguerite Ryan Paul Ryan Rozellah Ryan Gary Saenz Timothy Salter Alfred Sanchez Charles Santonni Joseph Sawaya Louis Scarcella Raymond Scheetz Erica Schmidt Gregory Schmidt Steyen Schmitz Charles Schmuck Maria Schoepf Suzanne Schofield John Schooley Alan Schrader Zachary Schroeder Mary Schulein Robert Schultz Margaret Schuyeiller Ann Seamster Mary Ann Sebastiani Patricia Seleski James Sepe Leslie Servatius Kathleen Shannon Bonnie Shara Anne Shea 219 Christopher Shea Terry Shelley Peter Shiver Kenneth Shurtleff Joan Sigwell Patricia Simko Thomas Simpson Sally Slyngstad Paul Smick Christopher Smith Justin Smith Robert Smith Denliis Smolarski Arthur Snyder George Sobol Florence Spehn James Sprigg Dean Starr Claire Starry Jack Strube Patricia Sullivan Paul Sullivan Patricia Sutter Twanet Swain Frederick Swaliine Kathleen Sweetman Susan Taylor Michael Thelen Loarn Thoelecke Susan Thomas Heidi Thometz James Thonis Rodd Thrower Sheelagh Tiernan Michael Tinney James Tobin Jarties Townsend Henry Trainer Dennis Trusty Michelle Turgeon John Vigna Marilyn Vigna Daniel Voss Francis Wagner Michael Wagner Hugh Walker William Wallace Dennis Ward Ann Warnke Gail Warok Kevin Watts Fredene Weaver Holly Weiland Ann Weisenberg Harriet Weissensee Marijean Welage Kathleen Weland Gayle Wells Melvin Wells Michael Whalen Sue Whalen Charles Wild Grey Williams Henry Williams Kay Williams Sandy Williams Peter Wise Judith Woodard Richard Woodard William Woodard George Woodward Michael Wright Francis Yano Mark Yost Barbara Younger David Zacharias Alan Zapala Peter Zell Carol Serafin 221 Dick Jordan Treasurer Ann Fitzpatrick Secretary Jim McCarthy President Junior Class Officers B - mm Gene Giometti Vice-President 223 Tom Heimsoth Sgt. At Arms Christopher Adams Fred Adams Jean Agostini Thomas Albanese Norman Alexander Michael Ambrosi Marsha Andersen Michael Antorini Nancy Arnold Charles Arolla Robert Atkins William Baber Annette Bacilo William Bahn Lawnie Bailey Joanne Banker Donald Barbieri James Barger David Bassett Kenneth Bauman James Baynes John Beck Donna Bennes Katherine Bertsch David Beswick Carolyn Blase Stephanie Bodine Michael Bonasera Camille Bonfilio Charles Bonnici Nanette Boone Alfred Bottini Pierre Bourriague John Box Peter Boyle Edward Brady Dennis Brooks Edward Bryant Robert Bryant Nancy Buckle Michael Bunce Colleen Burns John Burns Robert Burton Carol Butzbach Daniel Cahalan Judith Cain Robert Caples Matthew Cappiello Jayne Caputo Wendy Carlberg Winthrop Carter Jacqueline Casala Joseph Casey Maureen Casey Lynda Cataldo Eugene Ceccotti Frank Cetani Susan Chambers Dennis Chambers Albert Chen Michael Cicinato, CSJ. Mark Cleary Jack Clifford Suzanne Coleman George Coles John Collins John Compagno Lois Conley Robert Conway Joseph Cook Walter Coppenrath Stephen Corio Carmel Costello Christopher Cozzo Jerry Crowley Jameson Crowner Denis CuUumber David Culpepper David Camming Richard Cunha Joseph Cusenza Thomas Dana Diana Danna Robert Davis James Dawson Kenneth De Cesare John De Maria Roger De Salles John Dean Robert Deans Gerald Deaver Mary Deck Joanna Dee Lee Del Grande Donald Dei Porto Frank Delany Douglas Demmert John Dempsey Edward -Desmond Dianne Devine Deanna Devlin Joseph Diffley Victor Dirksen Mark Dobel Lawrence Doeling Dennis Doherty Maureen Dolan Janine Doiezel Mary Kay Donohoe Steven Douglas Kenneth Dugan John Dunlap Mary Durnford Barry Dysart Diane Eckman Pamela Edwards Richard Enos Gilbert Erb Dolores Espinosa Patricia Fagan Thomas Fanoe Robert Fatica Marcella Fava Michael Federighi Kathleen Feeney Patrick Fenton Timothy Filice Patrick Finley Mary Fitzgerald Anne Fitzpatrick David Fladlien Patrick Flannery Brigid Flynn Charles Flynn James Foley Frederick Fortier Frederic Franklin Jennifer Friendenbach Janice Galbreth Peter Gallagher Michael Gamache Theresa Ganss Raymond Garassino Paul Gaulocher Bruce George Frederick Gerritz Richard Ghilotti Victor Giacolone Joan Gianola Gregory Gilman Eugene Giometti Terrence Giomi John Giovannetti Kathleen Glennon Roger Glidden Andrew Goett Gerald Gomez Charlotte Graney John Gregory James Grivich Susan Groom Timothy Grover Albert Guerra Jon Haake Jerome Hahn Kenneth Hanson Jeanette Hardin Marylou Harley Daniel Harrington James Harrington William Harrison Marcus Harveston Thomas Heimsoth Virginia Heinen Michael Herring Gregory Heuser Thomas Hickey Michael Higgins Barbara Hight Mary Hills Chris Hjerrild John Hoffman Alan Hogan Robert Holdsworth Percy Holme John Hornberger Joseph Houska Mary Houts Jerry Howarth Anne Frances Howe Richard Hudkins Virginia Hulten Angelo lelmini Lona Ingraham Charles Ish Thomas Jamison Richard Janney James Jayo Bruce Jobson Calvin Johnson William Keliher William Kell Thomas Kelley Dennis Kelly Kathleen Kelly Kathleen Kelly William Kelly Francis Kennedy Lawrence Klamecki William Klein John Knappenberger Kent Kobuchi Gregory Kolar Kurt Kolhede Karen Kovacovich Richard Krueger Robert La Monte Susie Lange Karen Lautze Jonathan Lawson Susan Lech Suzanne Ledin Margery Lemire William Lenihan Victoria Leonard Susan Leonardi Martin Lettunich Kenneth Leufgen Catherine Lewis Laura Litschi Judith Logan Eileen Loubet Pat Love Stephen Lucas Alan Ludwig Michael Lum Peter Lusich Terry Lyons William Lvster David MacMillan Robert Mack Maura Mackesy James Madden Roger Magnaghi Edward Malley Robert Mancuso Michael Mann Michael Martin Michael Martinson Linda Mayer Patricia McCaig James McCarthy Mary Jo McConahay Thomas McCrea William McGuiness Michael McGuire Robert McGurk Donna Medley Lesley Mello ' ■ ' BP Olivia Menino Hugh Menton Ronald Merle Daniel Mezger Mary Miller Colleen Millett Lucille Mills John Mispagel Paul Molloy James Moon Melanie Moore Stephen Moore Susan Morange Michael Morosin George Mortan Gerald Mugnolo Elaine Mull Thomas Mulroy Melinda Mulvaney David Murphy Kathye Murphy Lynne Myers Wayne Nasser Michael Naumes Craig Needham Thomas Nelson Margaret Newman James Nicholas Edward Niland Ronald Nova Mary O ' Connell Jane O Hara Paul OHara Kathleen O ' Keefe Carlos Ogden Jospeh Oliverio Stephen Olsen Thomas Ormenyi Kenneth Oswald Frederic Ott Rita Overshiner Paul Owen John Page James Pagendarm William Pailhe Mary Paivine Marilyn Papagni Marie Pacquet William Passarella Kenneth Pedersen Leticia Pena Charles Perrotta Allan Persyn Richard Peters Sharyn Peterson William Phelan William Phillips John Pianetta Christa Piantadosi Robert Pignatelli Ernest Pinza William Plachy Cyryl Pogon John Pollock Dennis Polosky Louis Pometta Rod Pommes Edward Prati Jo Anne Precissi Allan Preckel James Prior Edmundo Puchi James Pullman Paul Jordon Edward Quirk Marie Pacioppi Mary Rafael Mark 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Kathleen Stanford Pamela Starr Timothy Steiner William Stewart Donald Stidham Karen Stockird Frances Stolarz James Stone Kathleen Storch Nancv Streuter Daniel Sullivan Donald Sullivan John Sullivan Suzanne Sullivan Terry Sullivan Stephen Sutherlen Ronnie Sutter Alan Swain Donna Swangren William Sweeney Judy Swenson Earle Sylva Lorraine Sylvia Neal Takamoto Peter Talia Carlos Taveres Vivian Thode Mary Thorn James Thomas Ray Thomas Lowell Tom Timothy Tomasso Diane Toomev William Toth Sandra Treacy Thomas Tripoli Frederick Tufts Laurel Turgeon William Turner William Ursick Paul Vantress Roy Vega David Viano David Viglienzoni Peter Viri Philip Walsh Robert Walter Gary Weaver John Weed Margaret Weekes James Wendling Gerald Werner Susan West Patricia Wetzler Marv Wever Rita Wheeler Fahy Whifaker Edward Wickman Thomas Wiedel Denice Williams Gail Williams Christine Wilson Jeffrey Winters Margaret Wittenburg Maureen Wolfe Neil Woodruff Patricia Wright John Zent Michael Zimmermann In Memoriam Michael C. Mahoney The Redwood staff respectfully dedicates this page to the memory of Michael Mahoney and Charles Munger. Both men were sopho- mores at the University when they were fatally injured in an auto- mobile accident. Our sympathy is extended to their families and friends. 236 Charles N. Munger ,. Q , -," -' ,AU ew f I' 'ff Thomas Tripoli Frederick Tufts Laurel Turgeon William Turner William Ursick Paul Vantress Roy Vega David Viano David Viglienzoni Peter Viri Philip Walsh Robert Walter Cary Weaver john Weed Margaret Weekes james Wendling Gerald Werner Susan West Patricia Wetzler Mary Weyer Rita Wheeler Fahy Whitaker Edward Wickman Thomas Wiedel Denice Williams Gail Williams Christine Wilson jeffrey Winters Margaret Wittenb Maureen Wolfe Neil Woodruff Patricia Wright john Zent Michael Zimmermann Michael C. Mahoney The Redwood staff respectfully dedicates this page to the memory of Michael Mahoney and Charles Munger. 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O ' Toole, N, Randall, C. Alfs, J. Zotter, A. Ludwig, B. Railhe, K, Feeney, M. Wright, J. Fitzpatrick, C. Collier; Row III, G. Farquad, J. Burns, Woody, J. O ' Brien, P . Witte, L. Tobin, D. Cashatt, M. Tinney, H. Walker, P. Byrnes; Row IV, T. Rapheld, M. Coffe, D. Seitz, R. Prusinovski, R. Mavein. SKI CLUB RED HAT BAND L. to R., row I: B. Weimholt, T. Buckley, R. Ramirez; row II: S. Mascovich (president), M. Mann, Doug Peters, B. Labozetta, C. Wild, P. Ehrich; row III: C. Poling, J. Pope. i i£ ' . , ..J- .-.mm L. to R: R. Doerr, M. Miller, L. Tomassini, M. Locatelli, W. Carlberg, J. Filippi, E. Carr, L. Conley, A. DeSerpa, J. Feloney, B. Cvengros, M. Bataille, F. Oliver. Election Committee The Santa Clara Bob Marino, Judy Elliott, Connie Collier, Mike Rewak, Suzy Winslow, Pam Piering, Mike Brouse, Tom P. Evertsen, John Maneely, Chris Reynolds, Frank Gollop, Pat Musgrave, Lynette Polian, Tom Muscio, Al Fabyancic. Absent: Celia Cantly and, as usual. Bob McCarthy. i S.A.M. Finance Club L. to R. standing: L. Tomassini, L. Fox, F. Oliver; sitting K. Dugan, G. Shara, J. Sikora, G. Velasso. ' T MfS MUMM . Standing, 1. to r. : J. Dwyer, E. Gallagher, M. Moreno, M. Dooling, P. Byrnes, J. Douglas; Kneeling, B. Rodgers, J. McQuade. International Club Student Union Committee Back Row, I. to r.: R. Enos, F. Boitano, B. Colyar; front row, S. Treacy, A. Fabyancic, M. Maki, M. Casey, B. Bardot, M. Cee, B. Schnook, M. Chapman, J. Bird, G. Williams, B. Kelly, M. Egginmouth. Sigma Delta Upsilon Alpha Sigma Nu Top Row, 1. to r.: S. Hanks, D. Susanj, T. DiCiulio; 3rd Row, P. Maida, S. Ballard, K. O ' Keefe; 2nd Row, A. Keener, M. Paine, J. Elliott, bottom row, C. Blessing, L. Delia Maggiore. Row I, 1. to r.: F. Oliver, H. Harvey, L. Steidlmay- er, J. Michalak, R. Murphy; row H: J. Gemello, M. Tom, F. Ruona. rJ L. to R.: F. Wagner, F. Ruona, M. Monroe, D. Petersen, R. Miller, B. Graham, M. Wagner. Intramural Committee Publicity Committee Pam Piering, Diane Toomey, Marilyn Murphy, Liz Cara, Suzy Winslow, Bro. Michael, O.S.J. 244 V npnl GATED L. to R: Pat Murphy, Kathy Roney, Julie Burns, Veronica Zecchini. Young Democrats Young Republicans 1st Row, 1. to r.: M. Horgan, E. Dirksen, R. Reagan, M. Eisenhower, M. Hatfield, H. Rockefeller, G. Quinn, S. Byrnes, K. Leufgen, M. Robers, G. Chen; 2nd row, B. Goldwater, R. Nixon, R. Finch, M. Dabo, M. Poitevin, G. Romney, J. Foos, J. Per- cy, L. Del Grande. . »s. iJ- ' Charlie Graham Club Top Row, I. to r.: B. Redding, G. Giometti, J. Pollack, A. Guerra, F. Tufts, J. Giovenetti; 8th Row, D. Harrington, D. Songey, E. Potter, J. Box, B. Caples, B. Wadden; 7th Row, D. Ghilotti, F. Ott, B. Rossi, R. Harrison, R. Daly; 6th Row, B. Lyster, B. Ogden, J. Mispagle, B. Rodgers, A. Higgins; 5th Row, T. McBride, T. Strain, T. Farasyn, J. Sitter, G. Loscialpo, G. Cardi- nal; 4th Row, S. Quattrin, M. Dooling, J. McQuade, B. Buoncristiani, J. Wolfe; 3rd Row, J. Douglas, K. Turner, R. Pede- mont, G. Gamp, R. Basso; 2nd Row, C. Roberts, E. Gallagher, L. Douglas, J. Crowner, P. Grasser, K. Donahue; 1st Row, W. Allen, M. Guerra, J. Cronin, Beer Keg, D. Latimer, M. McHale, J. Kenkel (Pres. ). Kappa Zeta Phi L. to R. row I: E. Gallagher, D. Glover, J. McQuaole, T. Heimsoth, J. Cronin, M. McHale, P. Paquet, R. Pedemont, G. Los- cialpo, C. Silva, C. Magnus, Z. Grasser, P.P. Wolff, D. Allen, R. Enos; row IL R. Prusinouski, C. Adams, L. Semas, P. Argilla, B. Rodgers, R. Buoncristiani, J. Crowner, C. Ortman, B. Biaggi, F. Tufts, S. Hill, V. O ' Neal; row IIL G. Swanson, J. Dawson, P. Vantress, R. Harrison, J. Cossins, F. Peccia, P. Byrnes, B. Keliher, M. Federighi, K. Bauman, T. Felice, T. Simpson, F. Yano, T. Smith, A. Coon; row IV: G. Kovacevich, S. Allario, D. Latimer, C. Panatoni, B. LaMonte, A. Musante, B. Byrnes, L. Biggane. row V; M. Soules, J. Pollock, B. Bassetti, F. Boitano. ■V L. TO R: T. Smith, R. Murphy, M. Murray, C. Needham, D. Barbieri, J. McCarthy, D. SuHivan, T. Lyons, B. McCarthy. The Order Of The Silver Spade Information Booth Committee 1. to r.: C. Ambrosi, D. Smolarski, J. Burns, R. Maki. iSEl .aeosoh Amigos Anonymous L. to r. row I: N. Leschinsky, G. Scalzo, J. LaRussa, J. Foy, J. Jackson, L. Spencer, B. Boneso, A. Haygood, A. Howe; row II: J. Segwell, S. Bodine, G. Wittenmeier, K. Doods, T. Martin, K. Garlick, C. Allen, J. Zacharis, J. Chaput, J. Bulotti, C. Kohl; row III: E. Kelly, F. Long, C. Ziegler, D. Reher, K. Weland, J. Sandner, C. Lautze, C. Fojo, C. Reese. Irish Club Row I, I. to r. : J. McCarthy, P. Byrnes, J. Prietto, B. Pailhe; Row II. M. McHale, J. Cronin, D. Sullivan, R. McBuoncristiani, F. O ' Tufts, K. Donahue, S. Pollock, T. O ' Toole, M. O ' Page. r xl? 1 ' 1 f li( ' Sodality Clay M. Greene ' 8«j .i Mendel Society Row I, 1. to r: R. Bauer, M. Byrne, J. Feloney (Pres), D. Mantele, C. Wild; Row II, J. Michalak, K. Colvin (Sec.), G. Witten- meier. L. to R. front: D. Hendrickson, V.P., J. Ritchey, Pres., A. Chen, Sect.-Treas.; row I: A. Mana, N. Streuter, J. (Connolly, J. Oli- verio, H. Hayakawa, M. Lum, M. Sullivan, M. L. Emrey, M. Mana, B. Phillips, D. Van Buren, L. Daniels, D. Wilkins, D. Del Porto, R. Woe, G. Hornberger, B. Maneosa, J. Weed; row II: R. Krueger, F. Kennedy, W. Leong, M. Camarata, J. Moon, R. Merlo, D. Jang, R. Zwingman, B. Peterson, J. Truxaw, J. Sabbatini, S. Kinkeby, R. Janey, D. Starkey, T. Bolich, J. Hohn, D. Austin; row III: D. Raefield, R. DeBolt, R. Maki, J. Winters, J. Nourse, N. Rauizza, T. Faherty, J, Goulart, J. Filippi, J. Car- ey, T. Crotty, R. Byrne, B. Moeckel, T. Mei; row IV: L. Schegg, R. Suhr, G. Erb, J. Hanson, J. McCarthy, R. Sweeney, L. Bauer, P. Ryan. Engineering Society X . J_j. Hj. X_j. I. to r. row I: B. Shara, J. Vigna, H. Trainor, P. Sullivan, row II: C. Shea, P. Shelley, D. Daly, K. Fenton, M. Folk, M. Fowler, N. Finley, F. Franklin, S. Cotta, L. Flynn, H. Feeney, A. Bottini, T. Cullimber, G. Wilfert, R. Smith, K. Jones, C. Wagner, D. Watts, B. Voss, H. Renyolds, D. Warok, F. Trusty, K. Mazza, P. Poling, J. Nelson. ■% ii»i« ASCE L. to R.: John Corpos, Gary Homberger, Bob Mancuso, Nancy Streuter, Paul Desrosiers, Tim Grover, Terry Selna, Aziz Mana, Julian Sabbatini, Donald Austin, Ed Puchi, Mohsen Mana, Leo Bauer, Robert Sweeney, Bill Phillips, Bob Peterson. ASME L. to R. row I: Jeffrey Winters, Sect., Joe Scalmanini, Joe Ritchey, V. Chairman, Ed Yerman, Martha Sullivan, Tom Faherty, Rick Krueger, Mike Lum, Albert Chen, row II: Grover Beard, Greg Cabral, Joe McCarthy, Richard Janney, Larry Byrne, Richard Testwuide. row III: Timothey Whalley, Wayne Leong, Rich Byrne, Tom Crotty, Chairman. 252 i ' -f 4 M 1. tor.: J. Sullivan, D. Pisano, G. Baber, D. Dumond, R. Semas, T. Doyle, P. Ryan, B. Hesse, D. Viano, T. Selna, D. Barndt, R. Woe, J. Sabbatini, J. Thomas, J. Dixson. Tau Beta Pi E Corps 1st Row, 1. to r.: R. Merlo, Satyr Krueger, Tugboat Thomas, Rhino Ryan, McGulf, McCarthy, P. Vin, J. Winters; 2nd Row, B. Pullman, J. Sullivan, E. Puchi, B. George, M. McCormack, McQueen Polosky, A. Bottini; 3rd Row, A. Chen, G. Courtney, Portland Lyster; standing, P. Finley and Don Sullivan (Presidents) Sports Car Club Alan Swain, Stephanie Bodine, Joel Kapiloff, Judy Cain, K. G. Stevens, Jr., Snoopy Collins, Kathy Roney, Leon Schegg, Greg Rohlfes, Nick Jesch, Barbara Anton, Joe Somerville. Delta Sigma Pi L. to r. row I: J. Sanfilippo, G. Giometti, C. Adams, D. Bassett, row II. J. Zotter, G. DeGaule, A. Larson, A. Sallaberry, E. Pin- za. 1st Row, 1. to r. : D. Svvangren, K. Hendry, M. Stattery, D, Bennes, J. Sigvvell, M. CufFe; 2nd Row, C. Mattson, J. Barry, R. Redman, J. McCullock (Pres,), D. Medley, A. Duke, S. Navmes, M, Lemke. WRA DSA 1st Row: Ed Scanlan, Treas.; Al Parpury, Publicity VP. 2nd Row: Ernie Pinza, Junior Sen.; Mary Anne Reeder, Sec; Bob Leininger, Pres.; Tom Ferguson, Soph. Sen.; Emily Bernabe, VP; Chuck Fumia, Frosh Sen. chemistry Society 1st Row, I. to r.: Dr. Deck, J. Harrington, K. Bertsch, A. Einstein, G. Pouliot, M. Slavin, P. Soper, H. Heffner, W. Shake- speare; 2nd Row, M. Gamecki, B. Ursick, J. Wood, S. Weber, L. Bolton, B. Cummings. Physics Society L. to R. row I: R. Martin, P. Wellington, M. Williams, J. Lannon, D. Foos, M. McGuire, R. Owens; row II: R. Nyocitelli, J. LaMantia, D. Monohan, F. Holmes, D, Read, D. Balfe, J. Miller; row III: V. Pizzo, D. Carroll, D. Haddow, B. Laubacher, Fr. C. Hayn, S. J, R. Maas, B. Honzik, M. Bafico, R. Hausman. J9 ' W z - ! r , : vH-i 1st Row, 1. to r. : M. Lenihan, V. Dirksen, S. Slade, J. Thiltgen, J. Feloney; 2nd Row; J. Larceny, B. Robinson, L. Sullivan, J. Vernon, R. Renard, P. Sargent; 3rd Row; M. Ali, J. Crowley, J. Nicklaus, J. Dean, W. Nulk. Sanctuary Society Math Society First Row, 1. to r.: R. Welch, G. Lolabrigita, U. Andress, W. Von Braun, G. Whiz, 2nd Row; O. Pinelipi, O. No, G. Goble, J, Dean, S. Koufax; Top Row; J. Carson, C. Twitty, W. Cronkite. cheerleaders Blackstone Society f ■ V A r ■■ " ■■■1 " ▼ , 9j m J ' J ffl W m B mJf ! W M t w lF r r V " " i r i L. ■ T- Seated; 1. to r.: B. Cosby, C. Casper; Standing, G. Loscialpo, C. Smith, J. Kenkel, T. Steiner, G. Gamp. Susie Besset, Catherine Miller, Shari Rey, Al Fabyancic, Philip Neiderberger, Tim Smith, Terry Lyons, Josep.. Melizer, Al Preckel, Lee Del Grande, John Sapunor, David Murphy, Harold G. Kramer, Bruce Jobson. Homecoming Committee L. to R. row . Mike Lum, Linda Roulo, Mary Anne Reeder, Nikki Paquet, Bonnie Baker, Woody Woodward, Su Selden, Joe Ritchey, Chris Reynolds, Tom Ferguson, row IL Joe Scalmanini, Greg Cabral, Bob Mancusco, Don Del Porto, Bob Leinin- ger, Stephen Schoenfeld, Frank Gollop, Pete Talia, Al Parbury, Terry Porter. 1 ( ' td tM Sit 1st Row, 1. to r.: C. Roberts, B. Barr, J. Daughenbaugh, S. Campello; 2nd Row, R. Mcintosh, B. l.eininger, A. Ludwig, B. Caples; 3rd Row, D. Peterson, H. Young, D. Harrington, W. McCormick; 4th Row, R, Prusinouski, P. Vantress, J. Giovanet- ti; 5th Row, R. Pardini, F. Rvona, R. Ruth, L. Sprinkles, A. Detweiler. Scabbard And Blade Pershing Rifles Bottom Row, 1. to r. ; T. Prussing, W. Hayes, A. Mei, W. Woodard, S. Campello (Captain); Top Row: J. Carey, J. Leindecker, D. Roybal, L. Fletcher, J. Morris, R. Frankovich. ( 4 1 :K c ' r V Pat Wilson Assistant Editor Pat Murphy Copy Editor • , Dolores Doran Managing Editor 260 Mike Rewak Copy Editor Stephen Schonfeld Assistant Editor Mary Ann Lorentz Assistant Editor Jane O ' Mara (sitting) Marianne Calegari Undergraduates Sue Seldon Homecoming 261 Sue Hanks Undergraduates f Shereen Paff Academics .y ' 7 ATHLETiu--- :t office - i 2SS Julie Burns Mary Cleese Undergraduates Joe LaMantia Hank Grambergu Sports Sue Ballard At- Large Cathy Kilkenny Seniors Mary Williams Seniors Alice Damberg Art Editor Fr. Belval, S.J. Moderator P.A.S. Cathy Kilkenny Seniors Alice Damberg Art Editor li no ' fl' Mary Williams Seniors 512 zz, rg? . L ' , Nr ' f Ni XJ, 1i4us...-3 E. A Fr. Belval, SJ Moderator gr 44 iff 12V ' ' ' -if-' - f G' XC W Redwood Acknowledgments We would like to thank all the staff tor their generous help and their good sense of humor. We would also like to particular- ly thank the following individuals without whose help the book could not have been printed. DOLORES DORAN DON DEL PORTO MARY ANNE LORENTZ SUE BALLARD STEVE SCHOENFELD MIKE REWAK PAT WILSON MR. BUDBOSCO THE EDITORS JACK MICHALAK BILL KLEIN 267 Bronco Spirit Supported The 66-67 Teams f " ml t f U m 9C 1 B L wm B fi f ' J " »- -. f X 269 ,s.,i.. M 1st Row, 1, to r.: P. Paquet (Mgr. ), G. Wiltert, J. Fink, F. Bannan, A. Foster, T. Kennedy (Capt.), G. Filizetti (Capt.), B. Rodgers, D. Berchtold, T. Strain, J. Peters, T. Orlandini, H. Schmidt (Trainer); 2nd row, T. Hunter (Mgr.), J. Patterson, T. Albanese, E. Forrest, A. Oakes, J. Pollock, E. Steinert, G. Kolar, M. Doherty, J. Pianetta, B. Baldwin, S. Wolf, F. Owczarak (Mgr.); 3rd row, C. Johnson (Mgr.), R. LaVigne, C. Shimmin (Mgr,), J. Malloy, R. Royan, M. Antonelli, M. Alexander, B. 1966 SEASON scu OPP. ATT 34 Cal Davis 7 5800 7 Sacramento State 3 6850 26 SF State 16 5000 34 Occidental College 7 8120 14 San Fernando Valley St. 17 6500 14 Whittier College 12 3250 14 UC Santa Barbara 7 10050 32 Cal Poly (SLO) 34 2600 36 Cal Poly (Pomona) 12 3000 270 Jeffries, R. Calcagno, D. Ghilotti, G. O ' Neill, M. Fowler, P. Lusich, G. Morton, P. Giacalone, A. Cadena (coach), B. Mc- Pherson (coach); 4th row, B. Jenks, D. Stowers, B. Baldizar, S. Sweeters, S. Stanick, R. Petersen, D. McFarland, T. Williams, F. Lynch, B. Rickard, T. Gatto, S. Scully, D. Nelson, P. Malley (coach). VARSITY FOOTBALL 1966 Awards Most Valuable Player Gary Filizetti Most Valuable Back Tom Kennedy Most Valuable Lineman Greg Kolar Most Improved Lineman Mike Fowler Most Inspirational Player Don Berchtold Most Couragous Players George Wilfert Tony Orlandini 271 Top Row, L. to r.: Assist, coach Carroll Williams, R. Kelly, M. Gervasoni, D. Poloski, M. Dooling, Head coach Dick Garibal- di, 2nd Row, 1. to r.: C. Ogden, R. Heanne, K. Donohue, L. Dunlap, R. Lane, T. Porter, R. Thomas, Bot. Row: Mngr. W. Lyster, L. Stiedlmayer, T. Hiemsoth, J. Diffley, B. Bassetti, D. Poliot, Trainer Henry Schmidt. VARSITY BASKETBALL FROSH BASKETBALL Row 1, 1. tor.: R. Perelli-Minetti (Mgr.), W. Curley, D. Paxton, T. Scherer, K. Kaeier, Row JI, D. Fitzgerald, D. Price, B. Tobin, D. Awtrey, R. Ogden, J. Healey, K. Errington; Row III, Henry, K. Eagleson, T. Porter, B. O ' Hara, G. Reames, Coach Williams. 1966-67 Awards Most Valuable Player Mike Gervasoni Most Inspirational Player .... Leo Steidlmayer Most Improved Player Bud Ogden Outstanding Senior Performer . . . Larry Dunlap » r iSk- A Top Row: 1. to r. : S. Davi, D. Harrington, D. McClain, R. Spence, R. Walter, G. Shara, T. Cross; 2nd Row: S. Daly, J. Mc- Inery, D. Carson, Alv. Strane, R. Pommes, P. Boyle, V. Bigone, H. Mott, S. Taormina (Coach). Srd Row: R. Benton (Mgr. ), Alb. Strane, J. Townsend, W. Lembi, J. Dukes, D. Beswick, T. McAnany, L. Rippo, H. Schmidt (Trainer). Rottom Row: B. Pullman, F. Ott, R. Austin, R. Henningsen, J. Mispagel, R. Ruth, A. Spielburger, E. Puchi (Mgr). VARSITY BASEBALL UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA 1967 RESULTS — Won 24- Lost 14 (Collegiate Games) SCU-OPP SCU-OPP SCU-OPP 7-0 Cal. St.-Hayward 3-0 SF. State 12-1 Pitt. Rookies 10-3 San Diego St. 7-2 SCU Alumni 8-2 Utah 0-0 Phil. Rookies (5) 2-5 use 9-2 Cal-Davis 2-8 use 3-2 ' Cal-Davis 21-3 UC-Berkeley 8-1 USE 5-7 SJ State 5-2 USE 6-0 USE 4-2 SF State 3-7 SF Giants 4-0 Fresno State 4-1 Sac. State 4-3 St. Mary ' s 6-2 U of Nevada 4-3 Phil. Rookies 6-4 UC-Berkeley 2-7 Stanford 3-6 Fresno St. 1-8 Stanford 9-8 USE 16-1 San Jose State 5-6 S.D. Marines 5-4 Cal Poly SLO 4-5 use 1-4 Ariz. St. U. 7-8 UCLA 3-5 U. of Ariz. 1-10 UC-Santa Barb 0-7 U. of Mich. 3-5 UC-Santa Barb 15-8 8-7 7-5 6-3 4-0 St. Mary s UC-Berkeley SF State UC-Santa Barb. UC-Santa Barb. Team Awards: Most Valuable Players: Rod Austin Jan Dukes Most Inspirational Player: Chris Bradford FROSH BASEBALL Top Row, 1. to r.: D. Squellati, (Ass ' t Coach), R. Schultz, C. Hamilton, D. Gamlen, R. Tobin, S. Scully, T. Williams; Sec- ond Row, J. Previte, W. Deutsch, D. Fitzgerald, J. Silvestrini, D. Payton, Henry (Trainer); Rottom Row,]. Phfanel(Mgr.), J. Smith, T. Adami, J. Caviglia. D. Humphrey, W. McMonigle, S. Hark- er. WATER POLO RUGBY Top Row, 1. to r.: J. Pollack, R. Ghilotti, M. McFadden, D. Jorgenson, M. Antonelli, B. Horrigan, M. Cleary, B. Keliher; 2nd Row, T. Fischer, K. Holthouse, J. Hoban, S. Allario, R. Frelier, B. Pignatelli, R. Enos. Bottom Row, T. O ' Toole, P. Zell, T. Haynes, T. Nicolletti, C. Cozzo, J. Giovannetti. ' (; .M «. ' f. msi i«KV«rtHiiV iiMilvl ' v- : mmMmm Top row, 1. to r.: Coach Taormina, P. Finley, J. Arango, M. Havs, M. Delsolar, T. Higgens, J. Giovanetti, Fr. Pinter (Ass ' t Coach); Second row, T. Ryan, P. Zell, J. Crowley, D. Barca, J. Sprigg, D. McKinley, D. Sullivan; Bottom row, C. Aravjo, J. Leinderker, J. Fallett, J. Grivich, J. Dawson, P. Mason, C. Shea. SOCCER WOMEN ' S TENNIS TEAM Standing, 1. to r.: S. Naumes, J. Curtis, M. Kellog, M. Johnston, M. Vigna, N. Matsunami, Miss Colby (Coach); Kneeling, C. Mattson, C. Collier, M. Ragen, L. Grant, M. Robers, M. Lemke. -m . ■n HB ' ' ittHHj w «MaMinr.s.- 4 rlB dHl ' HWi S lwPf ' Wf ' ' KwHBIIH|W i 5Wiwiu »» ' SENIORS UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA A ;5 ' • .» ■- .-•St SIV ' 2_ ' . yya: r THE ROAD TO TAHOE 1967 A. Grant Allan San Jose BS Commerce BAA, KSCU, Marketing Society, Publicity Commit- tee, Rally Comm., Baseball Stephen Charles Allario Sunnyvale BSC Finance Management Italian Club, Irish Club, Finance Club, Kappa Zeta Phi, SAM, Rugby Dwight R. Allen Watsonville BSC Accounting Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Kappa Zept Phi Mike Ambrosi Oakland BS Chemistry Italian Club, Chemistry Society, Rifle Team Jeanne Marie Anderson Santa Cruz BSC Accounting SAM Wayne M. Angel La Puente BS Physics Clay M. Green, Physics So- ciety Mary Lou Anzelde San Jose BA Social Sciences SCCAP Rita Aragon Lompoc BS Biology Thomas J. Archer Palo Alto BSC Economics BAA, Pershing Rifles, SAM, Ski Club. 276 Jerome A. Argenti Redwood City BCE, Civil Engineering ASCE, Engineering Society, Frosh Orientation, Publicity Committee, Rally Commit- tee, Sanctuary Society, Stu- dent Union Com. Luke Paul Argilla San Carlos BSC Economics Irish Club, BAA, Charlie Graham, Delta Sigma Pi, Senior Class Sgt-at-Arms. Vincent A. Arnerich San Jose BSC Economics BAA, Day Students Ass. Young Republicans Laura Arnold San Bernardino B.A. History Glee Club, Historical Com., Phi Alpha Theta, Phoenix, Santa Clara, Sodality Thomas F. Astrella San Carlos B.A. History Frank Austin Mesa, Arizona B.A. Economics Baseball Margaret T. Baier Menio Park BSC. Business Administra- tion SAM, Beta Gamma Sigma. Patrick H. Baker Balboa Island BSC Management ASCE, BAA, Engineering Society, ROTC Drill team, SAM Barry A. Baldwin Sacramento B.A. Psychology Italian Club, KSCU, Ski Club, Football, Rugby, Student Union Com. Charles Forrest Bannan Downey B.S.C. Finance Irish Club, BAA, Charlie Graham, Delta Sigma Pi, Finance Club, Rally Com,. Ski Club, Football, Basket- ball. Brian Barr Los Angeles B.S.M.E. Mechanical Engr. Frosh Orientation, Wres- tling 277 i B w Jane G. Barry Pasadena BA History Glee Club, WRA , Young Republicans, Teachers Club. Richard Allan Barsotti Los Altos BA. Political Sci. Bruce Alan Raymond W. Bassetti Basso Crockett San Francisco BA. History BA. Political Science Italian Club, Irish Club, Irish Club, Charlie Graham Charlie Graham, Finance Arts Science Club. Club, Kappa Zeta Phi, Bas- ketball. Thomas D. Bates Fremont BA. History Randy Joseph Bauer Santa Ana B S Biology Mendel Society, S.C. Row- ing 1 m-- B» 1 s v . % ' k ii IT Georgia Ann John G. Beard Cheryl Ann O. John Bedell Bazzano Portland, Oregon Beauregard Hollister San Francisco B.M.E. Mechanical Engi- Santa Cruz B.S.C. Economics B.S. Chemistry neer B.A. English SAM Glee Club, Frosh Orienta- ASMe, Concert Com, Engi- Sigma Delta Upsilon tion, Chemistry Society. neering Society, SCCAP. OS.F.A. 278 Betty Beetley Redondo Beach B.A. History Clay M. Green, SCCAP, Sophomore class secretary Marilyn Belluomini San Francisco B.A. History Donald J. Berchtold Mt. Angel, Oregon BSC Finance Marketing Irish Club, BAA, Charlie Graham, Delta Sigma Pi, Finance Club, Marketing Society, SAM, Ski Club, Football, Frosh Basketball Albert Alan Berger San Jose B.A. Philosophy Irish Club, Frosh Orienta- tion, Mendel Society, Minor Sports, Santa Clara Varsity Rifle Team Capt. Emily R. Bernabe San Jose B.A. Spanish Arts Sciences, Day Stu- dents, vice pres., seer., Frosh Orientation, Home- coming Com. Student Di- rectory, Summer Orienta- tion. David B. Bigger Fremont Student Union Committee Lawrence P. Biggam Deerfield, Illinois B.A. History KZQ Adele C. Bihn San Jose B.A. History Clay M. Green, Choir Ruth Bilek North Hollywood B.S. Biology Sharon A. Bilka San Diego B.S. Biology PF H «» ' ' B w . «ii W 1 b i 4 r k ■ iiZ m Holly Boehme Kathleen A. Santa Monica Blarney b.s. Biology San Jose Arts Sciences, Mendel B.A French Society, WRA Anna C. Bolla Concord B.A. History Arts Sciences, Phi Alpha Theta, Santa Clara, SCCAP Ronald J. Bogin San Francisco B.A. Humanities Barbara Ann Bonetti San Jose B.A. Psychology Day Students Ass. Frosh Orientation, Hawiian Club, Gamma Pi Epsilon. Josephine Ethel Borgatello Santa Barbara B.A. History Rene D. Bousquet Santa Clara B.S. Mathematics Day Students Ass., Math Club, Water Polo Team, Minor Sports Com. Linda J. Bonnett San Francisco B.A. Thetare Arts Glee Club, Clay M. Green, CSFA. David Borgerding San Diego BSC Management SAM Louis B. Branson 250 Darrell Rd. Hillbor- ough, ( " alif. B.S.C. Marketing KSCU, Young Republicans, BAA, Blackstone Society, Clay M. Green Flying Club, Marketing Society, Phoeni.x, Pershing Rifles, Publicity Com. Redwood, Sanctuary Society. Who ' s Who 280 John Brenne Eugene Oregon Political Science, B.A. Art Science Ass , Young Republicans Robert Bruce Buoncristiani San Francisco BA Economics Italian Club, Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Frosh Or- ientation, Kappa Zeta Phi Thomas Joseph Burke Seattle, Washington B.A. Political Science Blackstone Society, Frosh Orientation, Ski Club. Lawrence J. Byrne Houston, Texas B.M.E. Mechanical Engi- neering ASME, Engineering Socie- ty, Frost Orientation, IEEE, Ski Club. John M. Burns Oakland B.A. Psychology Arts Sciences, Minor Sports, Sanctuary Society Patrick Byrnes PalosVerdes B.S.C. Finance Irish Club, BAA, Delta Sigma Pi, Finance Club, Kappa Zeta Phi, Ski Club. Richard E. Byrne Massapequq, New York Bachelor of Electrical Engi neering Greg Cabral Oakland B.S.M.E. Mechanical Engi- neering Engineering Society, Frosh Orientation, Homecoming (;om., E. Corps ' 67. Crew Mary Margaret Campbell Santa Rosa, B.A. English Flying Club, Phoenix, Santa Clara Leonard M. Campbell San Jose B S. Biology KZQ sherry Jean Campbell Phoenix, Arizona B.A. Sociology Publicity Comm,, Frosh Orientation, ASUSC Re- cording Secretary Student Court Justice, Who ' s Who in American Univ., Sodali- ty. Stephen A. Campello Los Altos B.S.C. Business Admin. BAA Pershing Rifles Richard Campodonice Atherton B.S. Commerce Ronald Allen Canario San Jose BSEE Electrical Engineer IEEE, Tau Beta Phi Daniel John Caputo Jr. San Jose BSC Accounting SC Rowing Jane Caputo San Jose B.A. History Day Students Ass. Samuel F. Cardinal Pueblo Colo, Calif. B.S. Commerce Martha E. Carlos San Jose B. A. Sociology Ellen Jane Carr San Mateo B.S. Biology Election Comm. Mendel Society, Summer Orienta- tion John F. Cassidy Los Altos B. A. Philosophy 282 U Merle Chapman Oakland B.A Psychology Santa Clara, Student Union Com. Young Republicans Susan Cioffi Arcadia B,A Spanish KSCU, Sigma Delta Upsi- jon Summer Orientation. James J. Collins Sacramento B.A. English Kirk Colvin Mtn. View B.S Biology Day Students, Lambda So- ciety, Mendel Society, Pershing Rifles, Redwood, SCCAP, Sodality Susan R. Connell Oakland B.A. History Arts Sciences, Sigma Del- ta Upsilon, Phi Alpha Theta Catherine F. Connolly Phoenix, Arizona B A Political Science Frosh Orientation, Santa Clara, Glee Club, Summer Orientation, Young Repub- Lawrence P. Conti Stockton B.S.C. Marketing Delta Sigma Pi, Charlie Graham, Business Ass., Marketing Club, Italian Club Mariangela Convertino B.A, English Gordon W. Cook San Jose B.S. Commerce ik John A. Corpos Garden Grove B.S. Civil Engineer Engineering Society, Intra- mural Baseball Rosemary Cosgrove Palm Springs B.A. History Glee Club, Frosh Orienta- tion, Club 66 Secretary Judith Cook Cost Santa Clara BSC Marketing BAA, Frosh Orientation, Marketing Society, Publici- ty Com m. MRS. Jeff Cost Santa Clara B.A. History Irish Club, Arts Sciences Douglas P. Coty Fallbrook B.S. Commerce Helene W. Couture San Francisco B.A. English International Club, Santa Clara Maria Sziebert Coyle Saratoga B.S. Commerce Albert B. Cribari II San Jose DSA James S. Cronin San Francisco B.S. Economics Italian Club, Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Kappa Zeta Phi, Pershing Rifles, Redwood, Gamma Alpha Sigma Michael S. Cronan San Francisco B.A. English Tracy Cross Denver, Colorado BSC Economics Irish Club, Delta Sigma Pi, Kappa Zeta Phi, Sanctuary Society, Baseball Tom Crotty La Mesa B.S.M.E. Engineering ASMe, Engineering Socie- ty, S.C. Rowing Jameson Crowner Newport Beach Kappa Zeta Phi, Charles Graham Club, Cheer Lead- er, Irish Club, Finance Club, Wrestling Team Mary C. CufFe Kentfield B.A. Social Science WRA SCCAP, Ski Club, Publicity Committee, Inter- national Club Michael James Daly Eureka B.A. Political Science Drill Team, Irish Club, In- tramurals, Italian Club, Sanctuary Edward T. Cull, Jr. San Francisco BSME Mechanical Engi- neering ASMe, Concert Committee, Engineering Society, Homecoming Com Seaton M. Daly Jr. Spokane, Washington B.A. Political Science Irish Club, Blackstone So- ciety, Charlie Graham, Del- ta Sigma Pi, Baseball Donna Joy Patrick D ' Damassa San Jose Los Altos B.S. Accounting B.S.C. Accounting Glee Club, BAA, Santa Clara, Beta Gamma S igma Peter Daniels Los Angeles B.A. History John De Lucchi Hayward BME Mechanical Engineer- ing ASME, Engineering Socie- ty, SC Rowing 285 Allan Conn Paula Desmond Paul Orville De Serpa Mt. view Desrosiers Salinas English Napa B.A. Economics Clay M. Green, Santa Clara b.C.E. Civil Engineering C;lay M. Green, Election ASCE, Engineering Society, C:()mm. Frosh Orientation, SAM, Tau Beta Pi Homecoming Rally Comm. Santa Clara, Summer Or- ientation, Varsity Bowling Senator. Anthony L. Detweiler San Jose B.S. Commerce Pamela Diebel San Jose B A. Psychology Day Students, Frosh Orien- tation, Hawaiian Club. Ann Dietz Sherman Oaks BA Sociology Public Relations, Sigma Delta Upsilon, Sodality, Student Loan Service. Cheryl Jean Di Giulio Fremont Spanish, B.A. Day Students, Sigma Delta Upsilon, Education Club. Kathleen Kelley Dooling Santa Clara B.A. English SCCAP, Sodality, M.R.S. 286 Robert L. Dondero San Francisco B.A History Sodality, Phi Alpha Theta Michael R. Dooling Arcadia B.S, Commerce BAA. Anthony R. Dorsa Saratoga B.A. History Raymond John Doudell San Jose B.A. History Day Students Kathleen M. Dougherty Arcadia B.A. Philosophy Jan Dukes Mill brae B.S. Management Baseball James P. Dwyer Mineola, N.Y. B.S.C. Finance Irish Club, BAA, Charlie Graham, Delta Sigma Pi, Kathy Dwire Finance Club, Flying Frosh Oxnard Orientation, Kappa Zeta B.A. History Phi, SAM, Santa Clara, Ski Sodality Club, Rugby Paul A. Dugan San Mateo B.S. Commerce Kathleen Dumbrille Beverly Hills B.A. English Homecoming Com., nix, SCCAP, Ski Club Phc Larry Dunlap San Jose BSC Marketing Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Marketing Society, Basket- ball William R. Eadington Brea BS Mathematics Frosh Orientation, Math Club, Publicity Comm. Sodality, Summer Orienta- tion Roger Easley Hobbs, New Mexico B.A. Political Science Ana Mana Echeverria San Salvador, El Salvador B.A. Social Sciences Amigos Anonymous Roger Lloyd Epperson Salinas BA Economics Election Comm, Hawaiian Club, Homecoming Comm, Varsity Bowling, Pershing Rifles, Santa Clara Robert J. Ernst Pleasant Hill B.S.M.E. Mechanical Engi- neering ASME, Engineering Socie- ty, Wrestling Jane A. Evans Golden, Colorado B S. Commerce Laura Facchini San Carlos B.A. Spanish Santa Clara, Sodality, Who ' s Who Mary Ann Faherty San Marino B.A. English Timothy O. Farasyn Los Altos BSC Finance Irish Club, BAA, Charlie Graham, Finance Club, Flying Club, Frosh Orienta- tion, Kappa Zeta Phi, SAM, Ski Club, Waterpolo Kathleen Hopper Fedeli Santa Maria B.S. Biology Young Republicans, Men- del Society, M.R.S. Bruce Feerick Burlingame BSME Mechanical Engi- neering ASME, Engineering Society James P. Feloney Burbank BS Biology Election Comm., Frosh Orientation, Mendel Socie- ty Pres., Sanctuary Society, Prosecutor Student Court Frank Filice El Cerrito BSC Marketing Management Italian Club, BAA, Finance Club, Frosh Orientation, KSCU, Marketing Society, SAM Gary J. Filizetti San Jose BS. Commerce Varsity Football Co-Capt. James E. Fink Sacramento BS Finance Delta Sigma Pi, Charles Graham Club, Italian Club, Business Ass n. Block SC, Varsity Football, Ski Club Corliss A. Fisher San Carlos B.A. Spanish Rifle Team Francis R. Flaim, Jr. San Jose B S. Biology Amigos Anonymous, Ar- cheological Society, Day Students, Frosh Orienta- tion, Homecoming, Mendel Society, Redwood, Santa Clara, Sodality, Handbook, Directory. John Flesner San Jose BA Political Science ROTC, Italian Club, Rifle Team David C. Foos San Jose BS. Physics Patricia Lynn Fox El Cajon BS. Finance Business Ad- min. BAA, SAM, Santa Clara 289 Gregg Franzwa Eugene, Oregon BSC Economics Mary Elizabeth Fredrickson San Carlos BA History Ski Club, Student Union Comm., Senior Class Coun- cil Teresa Anne Freeman Fontana BA History SCCAP, Sodality, Phi Alpha Theta, Gamma Pi, Epsilon Lorin Leroy French San Francisco BA. Psychology Varsity Football John D. Frenn Escanaba B.A Political Science Barbara L. Frick Los Altos BA. English Sodality Edward F. Gallagher San Luis Obispo BSC Finance Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Delta Sigma Pi, Finance Club, Kappa Zeta Phi Clifford Newton Gamble, Jr. Atherton BS Finance BAA, Blackstone Society, Delta Sigma Pi, Finance Club, SAM, Football, Jr. Class Sgt. atArms, Block SC MimiT. Gay Apple Valley BA Psychology Sodality, Psych Club. Linda Marino Gemello Long Beach BA English Publicity Comm., Sodality, ASUSC Executive Board, Recruiting Comm., M.R.S. Gary Alan Gavello Atherton BA Political Science Irish Club, Blackstone So- ciety, Charlie Graham, Kappa Zeta Phi, Rally Com. Santa Clara, Football, Rug- by, ROTC ADV John M. Gemello Mt. View BA Economics Alpha Sigma Nu, Frosh Orientation, Santa Clara, Sodality. Recruiting Comm., Who ' s Who. Diana Gervais San Marcos BA. History Jill Gerhart Palm Springs BA Social Science Michael G. Gervasoni San Jose B.A. History Varsity Basketball, co-cap- tain Anthony R. Giannoni Dixon BSC Accounting SAM, BAA Malcolm P. Gil Santa Clara BSC Management BAA, Dav Students, SAM Richard J. Glover Sherman Oaks B.S. Biology Sodality James C. Good Santa Cruz B.S. Mathematics Patricia M. Gorman Hawthorne BA. Sociology European Studies Sodality Catherine Grace Santa Rosa BA History Frosh Orientation, Histori- cal Society, Rally Comm., Sigma Delta Upsilon, Summer Orientation, Stu- dent Union Comm. Philip J. Grasser Los Angeles BA History Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Frosh Orientation, Publicity Comm., SCCAP, Social Committee, Waterpolo. John Graves San Jose BA Economics Day Students, KSCU Judith Ann Graves Carson City, Nevada B.S. Sociology European Studies Comm. Susan Gray Albuquerque, New Mexico B.A. History Mary Catherine Green Stockton BA English Sodality, Catholic Interra- cial Council, Lambda Michael Victor Guerra San Jose BSC Finance Italian Club, Charlie Gra- ham, Concert Comm, Fi- nance Club, Homecoming Comm., Football Karyl Hall Salinas BA. Psychology Joan F. Hardy Tracy B.A. French 1 ' £M 4 ' VjI 1 f " " " " " Sh Pn Elizabeth Harrington San Francisco BA History Historical Comm. Santa Clara, Sigma Delta Upsilon WRA Fred Harrison San Jose BA Sociology 292 Michael Hartley Sunnyvale BS Biology Mendel Society Howard Hayakawa San Jose Bachelor of Electrical Eng neering Peter Heiser Jr. Ketchum, Idaho BS General Business Com- merce BAA, Blackstone Society, Finance Club, Marketing Society, Beta Gamma Sigma Arleen L. Henderson Sunnyvale BA Spanish Richard L. Hendrickson Mercer Island, Washington BEE, Electrical Engineer- ing Clay M. Green, Engineer- ing Society, IEEE, Ski Club, Tau Beta Pi Suzette Henke Dallas, Texas BA. English European Studies Raymond J. Henningsen San Jose BA Philosophy Sodality, Baseball David M. Hernandez Redwood City BS Math Math Club, Red Hat Band David R. Hickey Orange BSC Accounting Irish Club, BAA, Blackstone Society, Delta Sigma Pi, Senator, ASUSC Corre- sponding Secretary ' 66, Sodality, Student Directory, Handbook Alex James Higgins Vallejo BSC Finance Irish Club, BAA, Charlie Graham, Delta Sigma Pi, Finance Club, Marketing Society SAM, Ski Club Scott E. Hill Arcadja BSC Finance BAA, Finance Club, Irish Club, Kappa Zeta Phi, So- dality, Frosh Orientation Comm, Hawaiian Club. Nancy C. Hogan San Francisco B.A. French Frances M. Hinders San Leandro B.S. Biology Mendel Society Winnie Mei-Wan Ho T F Hong Kong BS Mathematics International Club, Math. Club, News Comm. Joan Hopper Los Angeles BA History Historical Comm., Rally Comm, Redwood, Santa Clara, Ski Club, Young Republicans, Foreign Stud- ies Comm. Clara M. Horvath Stockton B.A. Political Science European Studies Joseph Kwok-Keung Hung B.S. Commerce Suzan Deane Hopper Bakersfield BA History Election Committ. Frosh Orientation, Rally Comm., Santa Clara, WRA Marianne Huesman Los Angeles BA History Frosh Orientation Publicity Comm, Redwood, Sodality, Recruiting Comm. Thomas Michael Hynes Downey BS Chemistry Chemistry Society, SCCAP 294 Joseph R. Igelmund Roslyn Heights, NY, BA Political Science Blackstone Society, Interna- tional Club, Lambda Socie- ty, Sanctuary Society, Santa Clara, Sodality, Senator, Rules Comm. Kathrine Ann Johnson Santa Monica BS Chemistry Ski Club, Chemistry Society Paul F. Jordan Sacramento BSC Finance Irish Club, BAA pres. Delta Sigma Pi, Finance Club, Frosh Orientation, Frosh Class Treasurer, Who ' s Who, Golf, Social comm. Patricia K. Ivers Los Altos BA English Homecoming Comm , Rally Comm., Student Directory, Football Comm. Russell C. Johnson San Francisco B.A. English Ellen M. Jorgensen Santa Clara BA English Day Students, Frosh Orien- tation, Womens Bowling Team, Student Directory, Summer Orientation William J. Juarez Stockton BS. Mathematics Jane Ellen Jurika Karyn Kambic MenloPark LyUU L. Kambe Santa Cruz BA German San Jose Freshman Orientation, Rifle Day Students, International BA. Sociology Team seer.. Homecoming Club MRS. Queen ' 67 Diana Kapp Rochester, NY. BSC Marketing BAA, Flying, Marketing Society, SAM, SCCAP, Ski Club Joseph Daniel Karlin Sebastopol BSC Accounting Baseball Jeffrey P. Kasmar San Diego BME Mechanical Engineer- ing Engineering Society, SC Rowing, Student Union Com, Tau Beta PI Susan B. Katica Vashon, Washington B.A. Philosophy James E. Kelly Los Angeles BS Sociology Jerry Kenkel San Mateo Economics BS Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Finance Club, Frosh Orien- tation, Kappa Zeta Phi, Publicity Comm. Thomas J. Kennedy San Francisco BSC Management Irish Club, BAA, Charlie Graham, Finance Club, SAM, Football, Who ' s Who Catherine Grace Kilkenny Los Gatos B.A. History Arts and Sciences, Day Stu- dents, Homecoming Com- mittee, REDWOOD, Handbook, Bridge Club, Ring Club, International Club, QIC. Charlene Kohl Fremont Amigos Anonymous, Sodali- ty Aryeh Korthamer B.S. Commerce George Kovacevich Fresno BA History Kappa Zeta Phi, Basketball, Baseball, Phi Alpha Theta Richard William Kraemer Santa Clara BA Political Science Dav Students Gladys A. Kreiling Gene B. Kunkel Dennis Latimer Benjamin D. Seattle, Washington Saratoga Los Molinos Laubacher BA. English B.S. Commerce BS Economics Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Finance Club, Frosh Orien- tation, Kappa Zeta Phi, So- cial Comm. Sodality Santa Clara BS Physics (]lay M. Green, Internation- al Club, Math Society, Phvsics Society Maureen Lynch Laubacher Santa Clara BSMath Chorus, Clay M. Green, International Club seer.. Math Society pres. Sodality, WRA, M.R.S. Robert Anthony Leininger San Jose BA Economics Day Students Pres., Frosh Orientation, Concert Comm, Homecoming Chairman, Pershing Rifles, Summer Orientation, Sen- ate. 297 Maureen A. Lennon San Jose BA History Blackstone Society, Day Students treas. Frosh Orien- tation, Hawaiian Club. Phoenix Club, Redwood, Student Handbook, Senior Council Christine A. Lautze San Carlos BA. Sociology Amigos Anonymous, nedy s Keggers Ken- David C. Leonard Stockton BS Marketing Marketing Club, Delta Sigma Pi, Charles Graham, BAA, Irish Club, Intramur- als, Gamma Alpha Sigma Jeanne Link San Jose B.A. Spanish Day Students, Amigos Anonymous Leslie E. Lo Baugh Los Gatos B.A. Philosophy European Studies Jim Lightbody Burlingame BCE Civil Engineering ASCE, Engineering Society, Tau Beta Pi James Eugene Lynch So. San Francisco BSME, Mechanical Engi- neering Engineering Society, ASME Charles J. Maca Lemon Grove B.A. English Frosh Orientation, Intra- murals. Sanctuary Society, ASUSC Senate, Senior Class officer Carlos Luis Linares Panama City, Panama BEE, Electrical Engineer- ing Engineering Society, IEEE, International Club Mary Ann Lorentz San Jose BA English Day Students, " Redwood " , Summer Orientation, Stu- dent Handbook Robert E. Maas Cupertino B.S. Mathematics Math Club, Physics Society Peri L. Maciel San Jose B.A. English Day Students, CSFA 298 Harold W. Mack Anaheim B.A. History ASUSC Student Body Presi dent John Maher Salt Lake City, Utah BC.E. John M. Mahoney Salinas B.A. History The Santa Clara, ROTC Carol V. M alley San Mateo B.A. Philosophy SCAAP JohnW. Maulhardt Santa Maria B.A. Political Science Luciann Maulhardt Santa Maria B.A. History Homecoming Committee Rally Committee Robert W. Maki San Francisco B.E E IEEE, Engineering Society, Student Union Committee, Intramurals, Information Booth AlannaJ. Malloy Los Angeles B.A. Economic Concert Committee, Social Committee, ASUSC Senate, Sodality George Marquis Redwood City BC.E. ASCE, ASME, Day Stu- dent, Engineering Society, Intramurals Timothy B. McBride Franklin, New Jersey B.A. English European Studies John D. McCarthy San Diego B.S.C. Accounting Irish Club, BAA, Frosh Or- ientation, Kappa Zeta Phi, Publicity, Student Directo- ry- William E. McCormick Los Angeles B.A. Economics ASUSC Treasurer, BAA, Scabbard and Blade Trudy McCulloch Oakland B.S. Mathematics Math Society. SCCAP, WRA Marilyn A. McCullough Sunnyvale B.A. French Day Students, Sigma Delta Upsilon Thomas A. McEnery San Jose BSC Commerce Irish Club, Delta Sigma Pi, Marketing Society, BAA, Minor Sports Michael C. McFadden San Mateo B.S. Commerce Susan McGinty Los Altos B.A. History Catherine McGreevey No. Hollywood B.A. Psychology Michael D. McGuire Santa Clara B.S. Physics IEEE, Physics Society, Ski Club 300 Michael M. McHale Oakland BSC Accounting Irish Club, BAA, Charles Graham, Frosh Orientation, Kappa Zeta Phi, Sanctuary Society, Social Committee, Student Court Justice, ASUSC Senator, Who ' s Who John Mclnerney Temple City B.A. Political Science Irish Club, Blackstone So- ciety, Baseball Terese M. Mclnnis Oakland B.A. English European Studies Richard H. McKannay, Jr. San Francisco BSC Finance BAA Finance Club, Kappa Zeta Phi, Summer Orienta- tion Student Union Com- mittee Timothy D. McKeeman Auburn B.S. Commerce BAA Joan B. McNerney Santa Clara B.S. Biology M.R.S. Thomas E. McNifF Chual Vista BSC Finance Concert Committee, Fi- nance Club, KSCU, SAM Thomas McPartland Oakland B.A. History Blackstone Society, Phi Alpha Theta, SCCAP, Young Republicans John J. McQuaide San Francisco B.A. Economics Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Delta Sigma Pi, Kappa Zeta Phi, Intramurals Kathleen A. Meehan Healdsburg B.S. Biology Mendel Society, Deck Club Mary E. Mellor San Mateo B.S. Biology International Club, KSCU, Mendel Society, WRA Norelynn Merrick Whittier B.A English Redwood, Santa Clara, WRA, Owl, Young Republi- cans John C. Michalak Frosh Orientation, Homecoming Committee, Intramurals, Mendel Socie- ty, Student Handbook Edi- tor, Summer Orientation ASUSC Senate, Bridge Club, Ring Club, RED- WOOD Editor Robert Miller l,as Vega, Nevada B.A. Political Science Robert C. Moeck Los Gatos B.S. Commerce DS.A., ROTC, BAA. Isabel Alcantara Mondavi Santa Cruz B.A. Spanish David Morena Millbrae B.S. Physics Alpha Sigma Nu, Intramur- als, SCCAP, Sodality Raymond L. Messa Campbell B.C.E. Civil Engineering ASCME, Day Students, Engineering Society, Homecoming Committee, Scabbard and Blade, Tau Beta Phi Caitriona M. Moloney Mill Valley B.A. History European Studies Carolyn A. Moore Piedmont B.A. French Frosh Orientation, Santa Clara, Young Republicans Martin D. Moreno Thermal B.A. Spanish Italian Club, Irish Club, Charlie Graham, Finance Club, Flying Club, Frosh Orientation, Intramurals, Rugby, Rally Committee Mary K. Moroney San Mateo B.A. Social Sciences Sodality Gloria Divanian Mraz Turlock B.S.C. 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Prietto Anaheim B.A. History Irish Club, Flying Club, Intramurals, Santa Clara, Ski Club George David Prindiville Marysville B.S. Commerce Sr. Float Chairman, Euro pean Studies, Sodality Ross J. Prusinovski Oakland B.S.C. Marketing Irish Club, BAA, Delta Sigma Pi, Intramurals, Kappa Zeta Phi, Minor Sports, Scabbard and Blade, SCAAP, Sodality Smokey Quattrin San Jose B.S.C. Accounting Kappa Zeta Phi, Charlie Graham, Student Hand- book, Football Committee, Homecoming Committee Sheila M. Quinn Mill Valley B.A. Sociology Diane M. Quenell Arcadia B.A. English Phyllis Ralph Atherton 308 r % tf ti Richard F. Ramirez Monterey Park B.S.E.E. Clay M. Green, Engineer- ing Society, IEEE, Intra- murals. Red Hat Band Thomas V. Rapheld San Jose B.S. Chemistry Chemistry Club, Ski Club Norman J. Ravizza Santa Clara B.E.E. Engineering Society, IEEE, Scabbard and Blade Christine Read Fresno B.A. Rochelle A. Redman Whittier B.S.C. Accounting BAA, Intramurals, KSCU, SAM, Ski Club, WRA Kathleen T. 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