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w w -4...e' F(ti Schmi ' O ' t UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CLARA REDWOOD 1969 « Ub« place here p where e he whd he where who he who . T r 1 SHShHHE! begin become be belong love 44.5- gb , , . ,. ' as . In , "fi 5 N Q E , love listen listen listen grow listen grow install involve r " i tall low ins now ' l I4 'gi gj .gel C fig viii.. E , 4 lll O V6 1 ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY rt C ill- fa « , 1 ■ L 1 i I N i - » T5W Jr { ' r — " - I ' The Class of ' 69, like most recent classes gradu- ating from Santa Clara, leaves a campus remark- ably different than the one they came to as fresh- men. Part of the change is normal growth and development, part of the change carries the brand of ' 69. SCCAP, Just Us, STOP, Pipestage, Club 66 began at Santa Clara during your years here, and you have left your mark on all of them. Probably the most important change during your years at Santa Clara was the steady increase in the number of Mexican-American students and black students. For most of us this was a new experience, but one long overdue. Until we be- come informed and concerned, we shall do little to eliminate racism. During a time of severe racial tension and a time of widespread and violent disruption on other university campuses, many of you have been concerned and involved. You have also ac- cepted greater responsibilities as the University offered them to you. I have high hopes that you have something constructive to offer a society which desperately needs help. May God bless you in the years that lie ahead. TL d. iz , sj ll y l 18 William B. Perkins, S.J. Executive Vice President I James Albertson, S.J., Academic Vice President 19 Fr. Charles F. Guenther, S.J., Treasurer 20 MarcCallan, Vice President for Finance Fr. Walter Schmidt, S.J. Assistant to the President Lee O. Case Vice President for Development 21 Cecil Reeves Economic Opportunities Program Director ■ : . ;. ; lerald G. McGrath Richard Scheurer Dean of Students Associate Dean of Students 22 Viola F. Kamena Mary C.Ward Associate Dean of Students Assistant Dean of Students 23 .j.LJ.j.v- . John Ottoboni president Gary Horgan treasurer Yvonne Hall corresponding secretary 24 Sue Naumes recording secretary Greg Schmidt vice-president « .„.. • ■ ■ m. :• f H. Bob Colyar social vice-president 25 I — — i—ifr $+ John Drahmann Dean, College of Sciences Robert J. Parden Dean, School of Engineering Charles J. Dirksen Dean, School of Business 27 Raymond F. Copeland Ballard B. Cheatham Anthony Louis Malo i Francesco A. Guidone 28 FACULTY Henry C. Demmert Austin J .Fagothey Warner 0. Brandenburg Norman F. Martin ,f l ' 29 Roy A. Jensen Carl H. Heyn Diana M. Welch 30 Stephen Jurika, Jr. Dragoslav Siljak 31 Joseph Annino ; • c - Theodore J. Mackin Walter E. Kuhlman 32 Thomas M. Fast Michael A. Sweeney Richard K. Pefley Miss Walker " ■p- 33 Gerald L. Alexanderson Mr. Schuman Brother Bracco 34 Howard C. Anawalt Robert F. Shea George J. Sullwold Rev. Karel L. DeBouvere 35 Ramsdell Gurney, Jr. Shu P. Chan John D. Shannon Leo P. Rock 36 Aidan Gough K. G. Seely 37 ySg. Peter D. O ' Neill James W. Felt Maurice M. Belval 38 Gerald E. Markle Eugene J. Fisher Timothy J. Healy r % - • t||k - 39 0 " r ' f Judge Kelly John Pagani 40 Phil Welch Joseph M. Trickett Marvin L. Schroth Michel A. Saad Carl H .Hayn 41 Thaddeus J. Whalen, Jr. James L. Blawie 42 Robert A. Raines Ceraldine A. Tomlinson Sister Gemma Neunzling 43 James P. Degnan Roger D. Cross Roger T. Nyquist 44 Charles N. McCoy William Duffy Stuart D. McLean Kirchiro K. Iwamoto Phil Conzalves Stephen M. Strasen Patrick R. Hughes Robert F. Jacobs 47 Fr. Deeney Major Rush Yvonne Riley Tennant Wright «:..■ . % m 48 " 1 Berta Steffelbauer v Leo J. Hombach Helene Hobson 49 Kenneth R. Weeks Edward D. Cross Edward T .Flood Peter 0. Pierson Robert J. Pfeiffer Joseph F. Deck Cornelius M. Buckley s 1 George F .Giacomini William 0. Kerr Matthias S. Meier William A. Heffernan Patricia Stea Joseph D. Fessio Richard J. Stanek Roland C. Lowe Daniel 0. Dugan William F. Sheehan, Jr. Raymond L. Dennehy Lynn R. Shurtleff Richard T. Coz Jack A. Peterson 55 Paul Verden Irving Sussman Richard L. Berg, Jr. 56 Philip T. McCormick Felton O ' Toole " " " ' 1 Bryon James Misselbrook 57 Michael K. Schmidt 7 Richard C. Dorf Louis I. Bannan 58 Alice J . Chamberlain i Andrew I. Rematore 59 Timothy J. O ' Keefe Richard J. Roberts 60 Charles A. McQuillan k, Victor B. Vari Agustin A. De La Cuardia 6) Richard D. Williams Marshall J. Cook Francis X. Leary Witold Krassowski Salvatore A. Tassone John F. Dullea 63 Ralph M. Bosalet Edward R. Bo I and Daniel R. Clark William H Delaney David Eugene Logothetti Robert E. Buckenmeyer Gunilla Florby Henry P. Nettesheim Leonard F. Klosinski James E. Sweeters Elizabeth J. Moran Charles T. Phipps 67 68 .J - 14 1251 james E. Sweeters Q 7" Elizabeth J. Moran Charles T. Phipps 67 70 71 SCHOOL OF LAW 72 ■ 1 i I ! ' " i. ' ■ .• ' 25 t " 2. » r .i . -«- ■ iAA vi S. i iwft.;., » tt s » . • . Dean of Law, Leo A. Huard 74 Law School Board of Governors Charles Sevilla Cal Dunlap Gardner Holmes Bill Gates 75 LAW GRADUATES Robert Barengo Randy Bernett HHHB Richard Dolwig Andrew Dodd David Knapp Jon Campisi Richard Iglehart Don DeVries Frank Iwama Robert Lanzone David Landsness James Jones 76 Edward Lozowicki Ronald Rose Steven Swig Leonard Milstein David Smith Robert Pasquinelli Terry Stinnett Ann Walsh |im Ritchey Alice Sullivan MikeTaggart 77 Ron Whitcanack SANTA CLARA LAWYER BACK ROW: Ed Losowicki, David Murray, Richard J. J. Michael Taggart, Frank Iwama, Daniel J. Kelly, R. Dolwig, Terrence Stinnett FRONT ROW: James Jones, Pasquinelli 78 STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION Donald DeVries vice president Gary Shara treasurer Ann Walsh secretary- David Smith president 79 DELTA SIGMA MU 80 Officers 81 SAVING I FOR.--- I SOPH A , I ,!.,,.,.31u, 3 , -A 1 4 m . ? r if ,fikllif I YF - R ---- ff f ' , ' 'Tiff-Y Q7 . 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R 3 -'U' L Q I f E EXE ""1Q W' lm ' f " .ff Y L " 4 n ag, I X '- i ' I3-.E , ,Ui NX, N -.rw ww 1 - A .' wi 1 - 'i 6' Wm, .7 NY., ,, mg ,N my -wg . . -c, ,Q ' ., -. ' f Eff! - - - 73, V Q 0 M GW my VM s.-Milf ' V W ' ff J fi' Hmm M f Awf f A WM Mamma Q M M 1 J W ,, f A W 5 INAUGURATED " Your accession to office, Father Terry, yields a confi- dence that the precious traditions of which we are trustees can successfully be fused with answers to the new and ur- gent problems that crowd in upon us. " Aidan Gough President, Faculty Senate " I am honestly convinced that the crises that dislocate and disrupt are not the crises of disintegration and decline. The crises come because we are in the midst of the great- est and most promising revolution in all human history We must have mature perspective and the understanding that periods of great change must be periods of great tur- bulence. " Dr. Abram Sachar Chancellor, Brandeis University " Only a Rip Van Winkle could be excused from knowing that the undergraduate colleges are also not what they used to be. If we are to arouse in the student any en- thusiasm for his education, we would do well to relate it to. . a concern for human dignity, for social justice, for political freedom . At a time when much publicity is being given to the turmoil on campuses and the impossible burdens of college presidents, I am very pleased and very grateful to be given the responsibilities of the President of the University of Santa Clara Higher education, and particularly Catholic higher education, is changing rapidly in response to changing needs. I am confident that Santa Clara will have much to contribute to this, and lam proud to be part of it. " Thomas D. Terry, S.J. 85 AMICI DELLA MUSICAAND UNIVERSITY CHORUS The Amici della Musica, Santa Clara ' s professional orchestra in residence, is conducted by Richard Wil- liams. The orchestra ' s activities included a tour of Southern California, and programs which featured Beethoven ' s Fifth Symphony, Webern ' s Symphony Opus 21, and Stravinsky ' s Pulcinella Suite. The Chorus, under the direction of Lynn Shurtleff, performed Berlioz ' s " Birth of Christ " for the Christmas concert, and Vivaldi ' s " Gloria " at Easter. By audition, the outstanding singers from the Chorus are chosen for the University ' s Chamber Singers. This year the Chamber Singers performed Faure ' s Pavanne, and a Spring concert which featured a Schubert mass, as well as German, Japanese, and Norwegian songs. 154454- 13 F5 ,Q-I""F' AUCURATED "Your accession to office, Father Terry, yields a confi- dence that the precious traditions of which we are trustees can successfully be fused with answers to the new and ur- gent problems that crowd in upon us." Aidan Gough President, Faculty Senate "I am honestly convinced that the crises that dislocate and disrupt are not the crises of disintegration and decline. The crises come because we are in the midst of the great- est and most promising revolution in all human history. . . We must have mature perspective and the understanding that periods of great change must be periods of great tur- bulence." Dr. Abram Sachar Chancellor, Brandeis University "Only a Rip Van Winkle could be excused from knowing that the undergraduate colleges are also not what they used to be. . .If we are to arouse in the student any en- thusiasm for his education, we would do well to relate it to. . .a concern for human dignity, for social justice, for political freedom. . .At a time when much publicity is being given to the turmoil on campuses and the impossible burdens of college presidents, I am very pleased and very grateful to be given the responsibilities of the President of the University of Santa Clara. . .Higher education, and particularly Catholic higher education, is changing rapidly in response to changing needs. I am confident that Santa Clara will have much to contribute to this, and I am proud to be part of it." Thomas D. Terry, SJ. 85 . bf f1g-r,- nf: ..' aj T. V, :I ll V- . K ..... - uf rf it-."',L" -X I a-s..- ,-- .4 W- E I " fu "-"P V .- urn, I Ji' My h Y 23' mg. M, ,tl i"ff'iai .fae'?c:1'D'-Q A 3 7,2 9 ff' is Tim HOMECOMING this year, like all great events, had its ups and downs. Although it began with the disappointment of a two-hour seat-squirming at the San Jose Civic Auditorium for a no-show Four Tops concert, the rest of the week was anything but disappointing. Al Hirt convinced many that his " America ' s Greatest Showman " title is justly de- served. Santa Clara proved to be extremely receptive, providing the jazz artist with a standing ovation. Music was just a small part of the Homecoming scene. The International Club sponsored the fund-raising " Ugly Man " contest. In a last minute stretch run, John Zoria garnered over 14,000 votes to become the un- disputed campus eyesore. John received a free dinner for two at the old Bronco Corrall II as the winner. He proclaimed his coronation " the biggest thrill of my life. " On Stanton Field, Charlie Graham and Kappa Zeta Phi held their annual mud-slogged tug of war and the good old greased pole was hoisted once again. The main attraction, however, was the rough and tumble " powder puff " football tourney. Displaying the well-practiced maneuvers and razzle-dazzle only co-eds can come up with, the four teams battled their way through two days of fierce matches. For the second year in a row, the pink-shirted " Gopherits " carried off top honors. While part of the female population was playing football, others were being considered in the election for Homecoming Queen. During the intermis- sion of the Al Hirt concert, the new queen was presented: Gayle Wells, co-spon- sored by the Black Students Union and the Accounting Club. Last year ' s queen, Cindy Lund, crowned Miss Wells. The final day of the week commenced with the Homecoming Parade. The traditional event featured colorful floats, put to- gether through many hours of all-night work, as well as bands, baton twirlers, and drill teams. The class of ' 70 came away with first place money for their " Sooper- stishun Saloon " float. The action shifted to Buck Shaw Stadium in the afternoon for the annual Homecoming game. The stands swelled with alumni and student rooters, who watched the Broncos grind out a hard-fought 27-21 win over the Long Beach State ' 49ers. De Saisset Art Gallery hosted the closing function, the Homecoming Ball. " Barbary Coast Fandango " was the theme for four hours of dancing, the finishing touch on a most memorable week. 88 t®k . ■Ml 89 HQMECCDMI this year, like all great events, had its ups and downs. Although it began with the disappointment of a two-hour seat-squirming at the San jose Civic Auditorium for a no-show Four Tops concert, the rest of the week was anything but disappointing. Al Hirt convinced many that his "America's Greatest Showman" title is justly de- served. Santa Clara proved to be extremely receptive, providing the jazz artist with a standing ovation. Music was just a small part of the Homecoming scene. The International Club sponsored the fund-raising "Ugly Man" contest. In a last minute stretch run, john Zoria garnered over 14,000 votes to become the un- disputed campus eyesore. john received a free dinner for two at the old Bronco Corrall II as the winner. He proclaimed his coronation "the biggest thrill of my life." On Stanton Field, Charlie Graham and Kappa Zeta Phi held their annual mud-slogged tug of war and the good old greased pole was hoisted once again. The main attraction, however, was the rough and tumble "powder puff" football tourney. Displaying the well-practiced maneuvers and razzle-dazzle only co-eds can come up with, the four teams battled their way through two days of fierce matches. For the second year in a row, the pink-shirted "Gopherits" carried off top honors. While part of the female population was playing football, others were being considered in the election for Homecoming Queen. During the intermis- sion of the Al Hirt concert, the new queen was presented: Gayle Wells, co-spon- sored by the Black Students Union and the Accounting Club. Last year's queen, Cindy Lund, crowned Miss Wells. The final day of the week commenced with the Homecoming Parade. The traditional event featured colorful floats, put to- gether through many hours of all-night work, as well as bands, baton twirlers, and drill teams. The class of '70 came away with first place money for their "S.ooper- stishun Saloon" float. The action shifted to Buck Shaw Stadium in the afternoon for the annual Homecoming game. The stands swelled with alumni and student rooters, who watched the Broncos grind out a hard-fought 27-21 win over the Long Beach State '49ers. De Saisset Art Gallery hosted the closing function, the Homecoming Ball. "Barbary Coast Fandango" was the theme for four hours of dancing, the finishing touch on a most memorable week. 88 'Q T R as-V' EMI S . 1 A.-5 -Y? 1 ra ' 1'w .H 1-'rg 89 .L A ,gk ,Kg 92 X s " --:,. " CLAY M. GREENE MARAT SADE VOICES .! T xm fc « m% AMERICA HURRAH GALILEO DOCK BRIEF 97 SPEAKERS Senator Edward M. Kennedy receives honorary doc- torate from Santa Clara in December. 98 " Black America: Evolution or Revolution? " Dr. William Williams Eldridge Cleaver Kathleen Cleaver iiiCH 0 ' MX ' fp- 100 SPECTRA 69 Santa Clara ' s Spring Arts Festival provided a whirlwind week of events, exhibits, and concerts. Al Fabyancic, coordinator of Spectra ' 69, put to- gether a program which appealed to the many and varied tastes of the Santa Clara community. The Festival opened with the ballet Celebration of Sacred Dances, featuring guest artist Dan Wagoner, and Diana Morgan Welch, Santa Clara ' s artist in residence. A film series was presented during the week featuring the work of Bay Area film makers in competition for cash awards totalling $600. A photography exhibit in the Red Lounge featured the work of Santa Clara cameramen, while a sculpture contest was held in Pipe- stage. A Fine Artsshowing at De Saisset Art Gallery, arranged by director Mrs. Lydia Modi-Vitale, featured orig- inals by Picasso, Gaugin, and Duffy. Concerts were given by the Chorus and the Amici della Musica. Litur- gical celebrations in the Mission in- cluded a Folk Mass, a Byzantine Mass, a Jazz Mass, and a Gregorian Mass. m Ik 7 m t 3 101 Four concerts highlighted the Spectra ' 69 week. The first featured pianist Earl Wild, one of the most outstanding musical talents of our time. His program featured major pieces by Bach, Chopin, and Rachmaninoff. The space music of Sun-Ra and his jazz Arkestra took a free-form excursion into the far reaches of sound and sight in a multi-media concert. The group features twenty musicians, clad in brightly-colored costumes, playing instru- ments both well known and relatively un- known because of their African or Middle Eastern origins. Joan Baez, an ordinary look- ing folksinger with an extraordinary sound, presented the third concert of the week. Her exciting repertoire, always outside the mainstream of pop-rock fads, made her a favorite with the SC audience. The frosting on the Spectra cake was provided by Hugh Mase- kela, South African contemporary songwriter and trumpeter. His title " The Man from Chisa " (Chisa is a Zulu word meaning to goove or swing) was proved appropriate during the pro- gram. 102 103 Four! concerts highlighted the Spectra '69 week. The first featured pianist Earl Wild, one of the most outstanding musical talents of our time. His program featured major pieces by Bach, Chopin, and Rachmaninoff. The space music of Sun-Ra and his jazz Arkestra took a free-form excursion into the far reaches of sound and sight in a multi-media concert. The group features twenty musicians, clad in brightly-colored costumes, playing instru- ments both well known and relatively un- known- because of their African or Middle Eastern origins. joan Baez, an ordinary look- ing folksinger with an extraordinary sound, presented the third concert of the week. Her exciting repertoire, always outside the mainstream of pop-rock fads, made her a favorite with the SC audience. The frosting on the Spectra cake was provided by Hugh Mase- kela, South African contemporary songwriter and trumpeter. His title "The Man from Chisa" iChisa is a Zulu word meaning to goove or swingi was proved appropriate during the pro- gram. 105 CONFRONTATION AND SIT-IN Black Students Union (BSU), Mexican-American Students Committee (MASC), and the Students for Democratic Action (SDA) members confronted the Santa Clara community at dinner in Benson cafete- ria in January. To awaken the campus to black and brown students ' unique situations, the organizations presented four demands which they termed " non- negotiable. " University ad- ministrators, meeting with the organizations ' leaders the next morning in re- sponse to the demands: (1) noted that a course in black history was already offered, although not compulsory; (2) granted the SDA office space and a budget allot- ment; and (3) agreed to formulate, with student assistance, a course in Chi- cano culture. 106 107 Firing of two student prefects for vi- olating the parietal hour limits provoked a mass-meeting confrontation of admin- istrators and a day-long occupation of the Dean of Students ' office by the prefects ' supporters. The conflict expanded to in- clude broader issues and questions: where power is really located in the uni- versity ' s structure; to what degree stu- dents ' voices reach that power source; how much autonomy students should exercise. On the advice of the President ' s Coun- cil, Father Terry submitted the prefects ' case to the Board of Appeals, and, al- though he disagreed with the Board ' s decision to reinstate the prefects, he let their decision stand. He thereby upheld the decision-making channels sanction- ed by the ASUSC Constitution. The two prefects later submitted a let- ter of resignation. -, •• " V Ate 4£ " • " I f • » [r - ELECTIONS no Ill 112 Events of the past year, from confrontation to sit- in, had somewhat rudely awakened the sleeping Bron- co. When the issues are staring you in the face, like a Benson meal, you are forced to make a decision, to take a stand. This year ' s student elections came at probably the most crucial time in the present life of the University. The question: how fast is the Univer- sity going to attempt solutions to its problems? Will it risk hasty experiments in hope of quickly hitting the right answers, or will it try to solve them slowly over the next few years, attempting to avoid any possible mistakes. In a perhaps too emotional election, the supporters of Gary Horgan and Tom Evertson nearly split the school down the center. The candidates became the " Conservative vs. Liberal " symbols to the student body. Led by Junior support and taking advantage of the weighted vote, Gary narrowly beat Tom for the ASUSC presidency with the promise that he will do his best to solve our problems, from the need for minority students to that of increased student responsibility through conventional channels. The election for executive vice-president involved basically the same issues. With a platform similar to that of Horgan ' s, Sue Naumes beat Ed Walsh, but by a much more convincing majority of votes than involved in Horgan ' s presidential victory. Dave Oyler triumphed over three other candidates for treasurer in an election requiring a run-off, providing a victory for the " Lib- eral " faction. In the other elections, Linda Kambested and Paul Hogan were elected to the offices of secretaries; Bob Boldizar became the new social vice-president, and Shawn Harker, running unopposed, was elected head cheerleader. HORGAN NARROWLY DEFEATS EVERTSON 113 li FT? x Ah' J 'lv -, rf ' ,f 1 nf' vl- Q .1 .1,. wa ,,A,..'L ,. gg, 5 ,112-if ,, 5 SPORTS FOOTBALL With the graduation of seventeen lettermen from the fine Bronco grid ma- chine of 1967, Coach Pat Malley was faced with a major rebuilding job as the 1968 football season opened. With only five seniors on the squad the Broncos were inexperienced at many positions going into the Cal Poly game at San Luis Obispo. In the second quarter of that game Bob Rickard, the SCU quarterback, was trapped by a Mustang rush and suffered a hairline fracture in his passing hand. Dan Pastorini went into the contest and three plays later was carried out on a stretcher with a severely twisted ankle. Rickard returned to the field and later generalled two Santa Clara drives. However, this was not enough, as Cal Poly won 23-13. 116 On the road again, the Broncos met San Francisco State. Despite a laudable performance by reserve quarterback Tom McConneM, SCU fell again 19-7. Returning to Buck Shaw, SCU hosted UC Davis in a defensive stand-off. Davis ' only threat of the night ended on the SCU 26-yard line when Steve Stanich recovered an Aggie fumble late in the second period. The lone Bronco threat of the first half ended in a wide 45-yard field goal attempt by John Rickard. With 1:11 remaining, Ste e Sweeters intercepted an Aggie Aerial on the Davis 4-yard line. With less than ten seconds left, John Rickard split the uprights with his first field goal of the season to give the Broncs a 3-0 triumph, and maintain their home winning streak. Cal Poly, Pomona, visited Buck Shaw next to meet a fired-up Santa Clara eleven with a healthy Pastorini at the helm. The Broncos ripped out 417 total yards as they crushed Pomona 34-14. In the next game at Stock- ton, University of the Pacific held a 24-7 halftime lead; but the Broncos roared back, trailing 30-22 with a first down on theTiger 30-yard line, when Pastorini was hurt again and the drive died. On October 19, the SC crew travelled out of state for the first time to meet the University of Hawaii. The Broncs led 12-9 at the half, but a renewed Rainbow attack and a tropical storm handed SCU a 23-12 setback. mm 118 Long Beach State Rolled into town for the 1968 Homecoming tilt sporting one of the best passing at- tacks in California. On their first set of downs, Tim Johnson snagged an errant ' 49er Aerial on the SC 41- yard line. 57 yards and eight plays later Dick Nelson carried the ball in from the nine yard line. Long Beach State received the kickoff and again went to the air. Steve Sweeters came down with the ball deep in ' 49er territory for the second Bronco interception. Four plays later, Nelson scored again making it 14-0. After Long Beach scored on an interception, SC unleashed a drive that carried them the length of the field with Pastorini scoring on a keeper. In the second half Pas- torini hit Nelson with a 45-yard " bomb. " The ' 49ers roared back and it took an interception by Sweeters on the SC five yard line to ice the game. Final score: SC-27, LongBeach-21. On November 2, UCSB ended the Broncos ' 21 game home winning streak. The Broncos were stung by four fumbles, four interceptions, and one blocked punt, a torrential rainstorm, and a field that was ankle deep in mud. The season ended with a 19-12 conquest over Lewis and Clark at Buck Shaw. The season record was 4-5, but the loss of only five seniors off the 1968 squad surely points to an improved Bronco team in the fu- ture. ■ " TCH 120 Long Beach State Rolled into town for the 1968 Homecoming tilt sporting one of the best passing at- tacks in California. On their first set of downs, Tim johnson snagged an errant '49er Aerial on the SC 41- yard line. 57 yards and eight plays later Dick Nelson carried the ball in from the nine yard line. Long Beach State received the kickoff and again went to the air. Steve Sweeters came down with the ball deep in '49er territory for the second Bronco interception. Four plays later, Nelson scored again making it 14-0. After Long Beach scored on an interception, SC unleashed a drive that carried them the length of the field with Pastorini scoring on a keeper. In the second half Pas- torini hit Nelson with a 45-yard "bomb," The '49ers roared back and it took an interception by Sweeters on the SC five yard line to ice the game. Final score: SC-27, Long Beach-21. On November 2, UCSB ended the Broncos' 21 game home winning streak. The Broncos were stung by four fumbles, four interceptions, and one blocked punt, a torrential rainstorm, and a field that was ankle deep in mud. The season ended with a 19-12 conquest over Lewis and Clark at Buck Shaw. The season record was 4-5, but the loss of only five seniors off the 1968 squad surely points to an improved Bronco team in the fu- IUTC. , W 'lf ' nil-- C- s 1... k 1 i . s y A 1 is 'vi .ggi 5 . , . .m . - 4 9 - A' ' 'fit 'K . Q , 1:5 ■m. , k. tfwtei a hE f V 1 " iMBLpfc-. fl if ! BASKETBALL 124 .U ' ' 53,24 Y . , 7 . 1 .V .y 17 . '-lv., Ui ' la:-V, '1. vm j ' ' !' 'wi rn- ' 4 2 '- ., - 1 F' .,?,"-Wgqvkg .-uv-551 2, fr.. i il ' 1 r 1 'K i ' 'fi I Q ' E, 'Q ' f-is ' 5 H, I . I N V A55 i i I-. -. V 2EZ.1,"'5' A my -. V I " - T ,wg fi -Q 4 1 5' x ' : '-f - -1 A - is i .. i f ' ,' 8 tb 'Vg Y 1 543-"' 'I .rt 3 1 ' MV, ,I 1 ,. C .. f ,Q f WJ jg, L , , Z: . 'L failgg ' Z fQfi"q , 1 s' fr- ul 3 "g+'."",'-nf ,sw ""'?f'-'W-'Y 45 9 0 126 1 Having lost only one starter from a great ' 67- ' 68 team, the Broncos looked forward to great things as the ' 68- ' 69 season opened in November. After crushing three hapless foes, the SCU quintet waltzed into the Cable Car Classic to meet Houston in the first game of the tournament. The score was 27-23 at the half, but an inspired Bronco five roared in the second half as the Santa Clara express notched a 75-50 rout. After killing USF to capture the Cable Car Classic title, the Bronco bandwagon rolled to Honolulu where the Rainbow Classic was added to the lengthening collection of laurels. The WCAC schedule proved no chal- lenge except for one slip on February 21, to San Jose State. This hardly phased the Broncos however, as they quickly got back on the vic- tory trail to end the regular season with a 26- 1 record. The year included three conquests over rival USF, and a second or third national rat- ing in the wire service polls for most of the season. This resulted in Dick Garibaldi ' s receiv- ing the Northern California Coach of the Year Award. This year, although Bud Ogden will certainly be missed, Dick will have a solid, veteran team returning and a fantastic group of Sophomores from last year ' s great Fresh- man team. All of this points to a bright future when the Broncos once again hit the hard- wood in the late fall. l. -Z' .X 'W REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS The Broncos met the Weber State Wildcats in the opening game of the 1969 NCAA Western Regionals. The SCU cagers showed the reason for their 3 nation- al ranking inthe opening ten minutes of the game as the Broncs jumped to a 27-9 lead. The Wildcats came back to trail 29-19 at the half. As the second half open- ed, the Broncos were sluggish and Weber State out- scored SCU 19-5 to jump into the lead. The Broncos trailed by as much as six points as the second half waned. Refusing to panic, the red and white five surg- ed back behind Dennis Awtrey to tie it at 55-all with 53 seconds remaining. With six seconds left, Awtrey fouled out, but Weber State missed the foul shots to send the game into overtime. In the extra period, Bud Ogden, Chris Dempsey, and Terry O ' Brien scorched the nets to give SCU a close 63-59 victory. Awtrey was the game ' s high point man with 19. Bud contributed 18 points as the Broncos shot 46% from the floor and grabbed 44 rebounds to 35% and 42 rebounds for Weber State. REGIGNAL SEMI-FINALS REGIONAL FINALS The Western Regionals Finals game with UCLA was just one of those games. The Bruins couldn ' t do any- thing wrong on their home court as they shot 76% from the floor in the first half and 56.9% for the entire game. The Broncos couldn ' t even get started as the UCLA zone press took its toll causing 30 SCU turn- overs. By the time the SCU five loosened up the game was out of reach. The score was 5-0 before SC got the ball into its own forecourt, 11-0 before we scored, and 18-2 before we started to play at all. At the half UCLA led 46-25 as big Lew made his presence felt by defini- tely hampering SC ' s highly-touted inside game. As the second half started, the Bruins reeled off ten straight points and for all practical purposes the game was over. The final score was 90-52. Awtrey had 14 points to lead the Broncos and Bud had nine as the Santa Clara quintet shot only 35.7% from the floor. The only bright spot in the entire afternoon was that we out- rebounded the Bruins 42-39. BASEBALL 134 § lu ' WI " ' - " •» Y «C JP 135 »1PW» f ' [. ' % ■ M» »«;.■« » $ $Ma The 1969 baseball season was the best ever for the Broncos. Coach Sal Taormina ' s Bronco nine swept their first 14 games, averaging almost 8 runs per game 4. W and batting .350 as a team. Throughout the first half of the season the SC baseballers were hitting every- thing. Leading the charge were Bill Borelli and Bill McMonigle at over .500 and Vince Bigone, Hank Mott, Leo Rippo, and Alvin Strane at over .400. As the season progressed the Bronco bats cooled somewhat, (the final team batting average was .313), but the pitching staff, led by Jerry McClain, Scott Davi and Freshman sensation Rich Troedson, continued to mow down the opposition. The season was highlighted by four wins over Stan- ford, a 9-3 record over Pac-8 competition, a 40-8 re- cord over-all, and a 20-0 laugher over hapless USF. In that USF game, the Broncos scored 9 runs in the eighth inning for their biggest frame of the year. A- mong those 9 runs was a two-run " home-run " by Chris Bradford on a bunt to the pitcher ' s mound. The USF pitcher overthrew first base, and by the time the ball was returned to the infield, Chris was head- ing home, when the USF first baseman wildly threw the ball into the roaring SC crowd behind the third base dugout. The Broncos coasted to the WCAC crown for the second year in a row and ended the season ranked 7th in the nation. All of this earned the SC nine an invitation to the NCAA District 8 playoffs a- gainst UCLA. 136 -£? ,■-.. ' " . ' " " fc-..,v ■■■ ■■ f mmwr mni Pi Mk.« t% (A The first game of the best of three series was played at Buck Shaw before 3,200 exuberant Bronco fans. Sal Taormina ' s club jumped to a quick 3-0 lead in the second inning on singles by Alvin Strane and Rich Troedson after a single and two walks had loaded the bases. The Bruins came back for three runs in both the fourth and fifth innings. Two of the fourth inning runs, and one in the fifth, were un- earned. The Bruins scored again in the 7th frame before SC got two runs on bases-loaded walks. 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JW -Aff .g ' 41- The first game of the best of three series was played at Buck Shaw before 3,200 exuberant Bronco fans. Sal Taormina's club jumped to a quick 3-0 lead in the second inning on singles by Alvin Strane and Rich Troedson after a single and two walks had loaded the bases. The Bruins came back for three' runs in both the fourth and fifth innings. Two of the fourth inning runs, and one in the fifth, were un- earned. The Bruins scored again in the 7th frame before SC got two runs on bases-loaded walks. The Broncs were down 7-5 entering our half of the 9th and threatened to pull it out as we had so often during the seasong but some confused coaching at third base resulted in Hank Mott's being thrown out at the plate to end the game. SC travelled to Los Angeles hoping to win both ends of a double-header on UCLA's field. SC scor- ed first on Vince Bigone's solo home run in the second, but the Bruins tied it on an unearned run in the fourth. The Bruins won the game 2-'I in the 10th inning after a fielding and throwing error by Al- vin Strane, thus ignominously ending a triumphant season. I39 I , S r S y 5' 5 'mv l W S' "XV, grjufi? ,XV Y lil 1. - H 'A 'vi ' -5? T W "' 1 :X 14 37 ,. . 1 ,M Ll' 4 L, I M W gl: in - ff 9 ' S l , n ll i i »v-« 9 4to H 4 .- ' ' : .. 144 - .,.- _ ,„.. ., 0f ■■■ " ' ■- - " _., B-wf— . . ,„■ RUGBY The 1969 SCU Rugby Team, without a coach, and plauged by key injuries, played well despite misfor- tunes. Outstanding players included: Dick Ghilotti, Phil Amormino, Pete Zell, Mike Forni, Ken Holthouse, and Joe Peterson. •SJL,tutL» ' a JL 1 ■ " - ' ' VARSITY Coached by Sal Taormina, the 1968 Soccer team had its first winning year, posting a 6-4 season. Santa Clara placed two players on the All American team: Tony Tebbutt was chosen second team All American, and Jack Zwissig received Honorable Mention. Despite the loss of five seniors, there is a strong nucleus re- turning, and the team looks forward to a successful season next year. 146 JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER 147 Q fx Q P' 11.5 .JL Hun- -vt -J" 'LHR M.Y Q! o 'FP Qi! .- y. -. na:.,x, Coached by Sal Taormina, the 1968 Soccer team had its first winning year, posting a 6-4 season. Santa Clara placed two players on the All American team: Tony Tebbutt was chosen second team All American, and jack Zwissig received Honorable Mention. Despite the loss of five seniors, there is a strong nucleus re- turning, and the team looks forward to a successful season next year. TENNIS The 1969 Varsity Tennis Team faced the longest and roughest schedule in the history of Santa Clara tennis. Among more than fifty opponents were such powerhouses as Stanford, Cal Berkeley, San Jose State, Redlands, and Seattle. Major road trips included Los Angeles, Sacramento, and the Ojai Valley Championships. Coach Greg Kerber, former Redlands player, did a great deal of devoted teaching, vastly improving the team ' s playing. Team members include co-captains Steve Sutter and Jack Darnell; and Terry Ellis, Frank Williams, Joe Mc- Carthy, Dave DeBoer, Eric Kilhede, and George Thaler. — ■ ' JL . CREW In late October the oarsmen begin five day a week workouts, doing calisthenics, weight lift- ing, and running. These work- outs last until February when the rains fill Lexington Reservoir. Then rowing begins: six days a week from 5:45 to 7 AM. In ad- dition, each man runs two miles a day. Over spring break intensive training begins, with rowing twice a day, and a daily 4 mile run. When spring break ends, the crew is formed. The race provides the ultimate test. At the Western Sprints this year, four Santa Clara oarsmen and a coxswain proved they were the best Varsity Four in Western Collegiate rowing. 151 Q H ago H Q ., Z M H. NW' mei M.-v CREW -,.-,..---- ,.p-I' Q ,illlli nil?- ii In late October the oarsmen begin five day a week workouts, doing calisthenics, weight lift- ing, and running. These work- outs last until February when the rains fill Lexington Reservoir. Then rowing begins: six days a week from 5:45 to 7 AM. In ad- dition, each man runs two miles a day. Over spring break intensive N training begins, with rowing twice a day, and a daily 4 mile run. When spring break ends, the crew is formed. The race provides the ultimate test. At the Western Sprints this year, four Santa Clara oarsmen and a coxswain proved they were the best Varsity Four in Western Collegiate rowing. s ' ■ s? r „ v » a -. ■ Tzgg V ' .» ■!■ ■ .. ' ' ' • " . ' « ■ ■ . ' ■■■ ■ 154 SWIMMING The SC mermen, coached by Dennis Fosdick, ended 1969 with their first winning season. Led by Captain Tom Knopf, the team was victorious over SF State, USF, Sacramento State, and San Jose State. Senior Tom Knopf dominated the butterfly and fifty free while Jim Thonis led the sprinters. Freshmen Ralph Cooper in the 100 and Jim Hare in the 200 breast and free added precious points in every meet. Another freshman, Jim Perez, doubled consistently in the 500 and 1000 free. Junior Mark Freitas swam, besides his specialty 200 breast, the 200 butterfly and a leg on the medley relay team. Backup men included Gene Bel- ogorsky in the 200 and Tom Brown and Peter Conk in the 500 and 100 free. Fresh- man diver Gil Gallagher turned in several excellent wins, even though most schools had 3 meter boards which Santa Clara does not have. This year the team will lose only two seniors and hopes to obtain a number of good freshmen next year. Having instilled the winning tradition in the mermen, Coach Fosdick hopes they will continue their winning ways next year. G 2U m -fi - A 4 v anna' ' b , wc , ,gg ,wx ' Jw N' " v ,H .4 .aes H . - .. - A ff -.. . 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Next year, though the team will lose six Senior starters, there will be five returning lettermen; and with the addition of two all-league high school players and two junior college transfers, the mermen are looking forward to a year of great promise. st ■ • , ii FRESHMAN BASKETBALL The 1968-69 Bronco Freshman Basketball Team compiled a 21-1 record as they showed much promise for the future. Center Mike Stewart, 6 ' 8 " , led the team in scoring, averaging 22.5 points per game, and came within three points of breaking Mike Ger- vasoni ' s 1963 frosh scoring record. Stewart shot a team-leading 71% from the floor and also led in rebounding, averaging 15.5 per game. Five other Bronco yearlings also scored in double figures: forward Bruce Bochte, 13.0, forward Mart Petersen, 12.1, forward-guard Wilbert Miles, 11.8, guard Jolly Spight, 10.7, and guard Alan Hale, 10.0. Among the regular players, Hale edged guard Tom Lunceford in free throw shooting 72% to 71%. Petersen was second in rebound- ing with a 10.5 average and Bochte was second in field goal shooting percentages with 56%. 158 WATER PCDLO The Santa Clara water polo team, coached by Bill Argenstine, had an even season. Though plagued with many key injuries, the SC mer- men ended up with a very respectable 8-8 record against collegiate opposition. The team, led by Captain Hank "Sieve" Williams, also included such colorful stars as "The Cat" Growney, "Crisco" Thonis, "Choke" Smythe, and "Lip" Wagner. Next year, though the team will lose six Senior starters, there will be five returning Iettermen, and with the addition of two all-league high school players and two junior college transfers, the mermen are looking forward to a year of great promise. 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A: ., h ., Y gd, M l K , s H "tai f- it v v 3 160 161 ??,:A1?, -av-' my 4-" .X epc .Q W , ,.- -EH M , L l 5,1 , 1 1 if 3 'M rf: 5 12 'VT EO yfMW4 jiirtjf VARSITY FOOTBALL Darreyl Stowers— Most Valuable Player VARSITY BASKETBALL Bud Ogden, Dennis Awtrey— Most Valuable Players Kevin Eagleson— Most Inspirational Ralph Ogden— Most Improved FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Mike Stewart— Most Valuable Player Mart Petersen— Most Improved Bruce Bochte— Most Inspirational 163 wg, ?i ix!- , f,4f' 3 4' 1 if 'i Q., Q-Q if 7..- .1 , 0 W 0 . -as Si w i a 3| W3BPT te SS ?Rr B Si 3 " a SIP ft » -V, ;- f : ■ j 166 BLACK STUDENT ' S UNION 167 168 The BSU (Black Students Union) is properly titled THE UNITED BLACK STUDENTS OF SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY. Their purpose, as stated in the pre- amble to their constitution, is as follows: We, the Black Students of the University of Santa Clara, have united for the purpose of increasing the psychological and cultural awareness of Black people regarding their present circumstances. Our aims are to realize a future of dignity, self-deter- mination and liberation. Secondly, the immediacy of the nature and gravity of the task which must be completed makes it im- perative that we Black students mobilize whenever and wherever necessary to initiate and participate in all forms of action calculated to achieve o ur goals. Using the method of Direct Action Confrontation in order to affect their purpose, the BSU has made efforts to increase the numbers of minority stu- dents on campus. Because of the efforts of the BSU, the University community has come to realize the urgency of the multitude of social, economic, and political prob- lems that threatens both the nation and the uni- versity communities. SIGMA PI SIGMA PHYSICS SOCIETY The Physics Society encourages interest and partici- pation in Physics by sponsoring lectures, films, field trips and competitions. The main event this year was the installation of a chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma, the National Physics Honor Society. Membership in Sigma Pi Sigma is determined mainly by scholastic achieve- ment in Physics. OBERT F. B GAMMA PI EPSILON The national Jesuit honor sorority is dedicated to scholarship and service to the University. ASCE The American Society of Civil Engineers promotes student interest in the function and profession of civil engineering through meetings, field trips, and lectures. During the past year, the club established an A.S.C.E. library, featuring theses, books, and periodicals of research interest to the civil engineering student. RALLY COMMITTEE With the guidance of Dean Viola Kamena, the Ori- entation Committee facilitates the incoming fresh- man ' s transition into University life, encompassing academic, cultural, religious, and social aspects of the University. ORIENTATION COMMITTEE f Tf C » ELECTION COMMITTEE KAPPA ZETA PHI CHARLIE GRAHAM 174 Gino De Vaurs CHEERLEADERS Creighton Caspar Chris Smith, Shawn Harker, Chuck Schmuck, Creighton Caspar 175 Frank Boitano BRIDGE CLUB The Bridge Club provides a nucleus around which the bridge players at the University can unite. The club sponsors two duplicate tournaments every term for all players, team of four competition for the more advanced players, and lessons for those beginners who wish to learn or improve their game. Overtures have also been made to other Bay Area universities to meet in team of four competition. SPORTS CAR CLUB 176 k VJ l % if- 3c ROTC SPONSORS The ROTC sponsor corps establishes rapport be- tween the military and the co-eds at Santa Clara. This year the sponsors served as hostesses at awards cere- monies and at the Presidential Parade, as well as serving coffee and doughnuts at drill every Wednes- day morning. 177 t $ fa ' 1 $ 178 SKI CLUB The Santa Clara Ski Club ' s activities are organized for those Broncos interested in both snow-skiing and water-skiing. This year ' s activities included a water- skiing trip to Anderson Dam, and a Christmas trip to Lake Tahoe, where the skiers found excellent con- ditions at Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Incline, and Slide Mountain. The Winter Carnival at Squaw Valley in February included the International World Cup Races. During spring break, enthusiastic members spent a week skiing at Sun Valley, Idaho. Next year ' s proposals include rumors of jet-setting to the Alps as well as more realistic plans for a trip to Colorado or Idaho. 179 fc MATH SOCIETY The Mathematics Society presents lectures, movies, and other events connected with mathematics, including the Annual High School Mathematics Contest, and the Annual Freshman Math Contest. PIMU EPSILON Pi Mu Epsilon is a national honorary mathematics fraternity whose purpose is to promote scholarship, especially in the field of mathematics. Santa Clara ' s California Eta Chapter, chartered in November, 1967, instituted a lecture program this year in which fraternity members gave lectures on mathematical topics at local high schools. mm.: ■ k " , iW- AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY The Santa Clara chapter of the American Chemical Society, one of the oldest professional societies on campus, supplements the department curriculum with lectures and field trips aimed at practical and theoretical science. ALPHA SIGMA NU Alpha Sigma Nu honors students in Jesuit Universities and Colleges who have distinguished themselves in scholarship, service, and loyalty. This year ' s fraternity members conducted a University-wide teacher evaluation and published its results. MENDEL SOCIETY The Mendel Society, deriving its name from the its members about what is presently occurring in these nineteenth century monk and geneticist Gregor Men- fields by sponsoring lectures, movies, and group dis- del, is open to all students interested in the biologi- cussions. cal or medical sciences. The Society seeks to inform I The student branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers I- I— r at Santa Clara informs students of electrical engineering progress through field trips, guest lecturers, and a thesis competition. CHESS CLUB In its first year in league competition, the Santa Clara Chess Club surprised the established in the Peninsula League by finishing third instead of the seventh or eighth place expected of new teams. Santa Clara ' s record for the year was fourteen wins and three losses. Santa Clara Editor Frank Gollop Managing Editor Bob Barnett Assigning Editor Carol Koenig 184 THE SANTA CLARA The Santa Clara is the University ' s official student newspaper. Its purpose is to comfort the afflicted, afflict the comfortable, and contribute to awareness on campus. This year The Santa Clara was published weekly, supplemented by specials once a term, and extras which responded to spontaneous events on campus. Associate Editors Karl Felsen and Chris Reynolds News Editor Dave Zacharias 185 Photographers Mike Moore, Pete Deck, Bill Battaglia, Editor, Rob Eskridge, Dick Minor. Executive Secretary Sue Bazzano 186 THE RIFLE TEAM THE ENGINEERING SOCIETY The Engineering Society, an organization open to sponsoring picnics, banquets, and ski trips for its all engineering students, is primarily social in nature, members. p -WE.-|Kf ■i ' fu • 1 ' 7 ' i B ))%f .«,«■, 187 ••« % TAU BETA PI Tau Beta Pi is the Engineering Honor Society. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS 188 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATION 189 SCCAP santa clara community action program 190 , » 191 The Santa Clara Community Action Program offers the student an oppor- tunity to escape the oftentimes shel- tering world of I he University and enter into a challenging experience. The programs, geared to getting the student off the campus and into the community are: Alviso Tutoring, Al- viso Arts and Crafts, Alviso Sports Pro- grams, Agnew State Mental Hospital, Just Us, On Campus Tutoring, Big Brother, Big Sister, Play Days, Para- Professional (counselling delinquent children), CCD, Amigos Anonymous, East San Jose Tutoring, Juvenile Hall, and the McKinnon School for the Re- tarded. 192 193 202 DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity, organized to foster the study of business and to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce. 195 SENATE 204 197 - " - ' . SURF CLUB »JTk iih mi rf Thfc 198 - ' -— — - Jjg m ' .- ■ : 199 LAMBDA Although it changed its name this year and picked up more obligations, Lambda is probably the oldest or- ganization on campus, primarily dedicated to giving assistance at all liturgical functions on campus. This requires lectors, servers, commentators, guitarists, singers and others who aid in various ways to implement recent changes in the liturgy. PHI ALPHA THETA Phi Alpha Theta is the international history honor society. SODALITY The Sodality is a religious- ly oriented organization dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. To join the Sodality a new member goes through a one-year can- didate period which in- cludes a five day retreat. Apostolic work and frequent Mass and Communion are emphasized. 201 SCUBA CLUB INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC SOCIETY «r«p If ! 203 MARKETING CLUB The Marketing Club provides a dialogue between the business major who is marketing-oriented and the business world. Oppor- tunites are provided for the mem- bers to spend time with execu- tives in the field in the " Day with the Salesman " program, and per- manent and summer employment in marketing and related fields are also offered. 196 FLYING CLUB The Flying Club makes inexpensive flight instruction available to the students of Santa Clara. This year ' s activities included a fly-in to Watsonville and Sunset Beach and an all-day picnic at Sea Ranch. 205 WRA SIGMA DELTA UPSILON Sigma Delta Upsilon, whose name signifies " service and ded- ication to the University, " helps at University functions where women are needed. This year the club ' s services included hostess- ing and serving dinners for the sports organizatinons and at the Inauguration Day Dinner. FLYI G CLUB E I u l pic 'ai The Flying Club makes inexpensive flight instruction activities included a fly-in to Watsonville and Sunset available to the students of Santa Clara. This year's Beach and an all-day picnic at Sea Ranch. 205 The Epicurean and Fine Arts Society, formed last year, was originally composed of the residents of tenth floor Swig. Membership gradually increased and today over seventy students from all four classes have joined together so that they might better enjoy the epicurean pursuits, ameliorate their cultural appreciation, and encourage others to join in the pursuit of life as an aesthetic adventure. THE EPICUREAN AND FINE ARTS 208 SOCIETY f ' TIBSf- " " ■■■ ;: - ' ' fk ■ • 1 • ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY The Archaeological Society promotes interest in the culture and history of the earliest inhabitants of Cali- fornia. It is primarily concerned with the discovery, extraction, preservation, and analysis of primary his- torical evidence in the form of artifacts found in this region. 209 £3| Patricia Egan Layout Editor Pat Flanagan Copy Editor ■ 210 Mr. Dennis Alvernaz, S.J. Moderator 211 Gene Kimzey John Burns Ron Ruebusch Jim Ferrigan John O ' Brien Stan Medley Steve Soult 212 SueCassel Vicki Bartmess Bob Cooney 213 THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CLUB The International Students ' Club was established to ad- vance understanding among students of all nationalities. The organization sponsors dances, picnics, variety shows, and informal gatherings for the benefits of the club and the school. 214 215 J figs' - - W- V MW Z T T H 1. if f 'R'-J ' - 15 - ,. A - ' l f-'EW 1QK",:,, i 131' , 1 1, V- ,JA v 'I 5 'ff A " ff 'J 1 W 25,-, "" - by ,H 2: . ivy F, -gf 144 gil' vu vi? 4. , ,Y " Y". 7-V 74 T 4 QE. 1 A-.. H ? , -aqx 1 A -rw. , ' ' , ' , , 1"'. ' N ' - ,- , t -V .1 H 1' Bl Q , fgf ,sg 1 . 1' 'Q ' i - Qqixi , . 2? HY V- V HN W' X MA l is ' fig 1 D , - O f . 0 ff Ex H H W W Y' ffl . KS. ' 'Y , X W rm LW '. f ' Pfgfx' ' x . . fr r.. VA N HH mmm? ' 4 1 A Nsw . "Tri ,- ' R?-715' N ig I, ,N W E Q V 3 H L-I 55 ,G . A. 5, 4 I ci is :F'i,- . . ',v -1 'F 'ss N Hs ,- 2 If ,Q -V-L A 4? . :.' 'Ei ' Y ' ,525 T 1 A J . if V' S -. - ' ' ' 5 ML., f 4' ffffj- M55 1 ,Z wggw fy : ' -,H U3QE.g3ff? A jf ? gi vm v A 5 ' 1341 Wg' ' , ,rl . - In . 5, . 4- M - AN-15, 1. 1 , ' ' - A ' - ,3 lg f , v o.. i - wiv! fig V I if ' "'- WWEMU 3' -I A' 7 u -W T-Y ig- 1 xr , 'gi I miaizwu- " I :ix : -1 If V 3 5, ,ff-,si x V 4 Y, ,-4 N :f , v I - a , If 1 ,--,---- - - . Emi 1' . ww 1 23 ,F i S? Y Q .15 k -" 4- -,a- fw ,lm -... f-ik ...- ,MA 0 an if an i 'x u 2 as ,.,q MEXICAN-AMERICAN STUDENTS Extending the protest effort of California grape pickers and their nationwide sup- porters on May 10th, Santa Clara ' s Mexican-American Students Committee (MASC) brought a picket line to the local Safeway store. Students and community members— from toddler-age upward— marched under " Huelga! " banners to persuade the Safe- way chainto stop selling table grapes and to renounce their sale until Californiafar laborers gain a union. m 217 218 DRILL TEAM PERSHING RIFLES SOCIETY OF UNIFIED DAY STUDENTS IRISH CLUB After a year of inactivity the Irish Club came to life again in the fall of ' 68. Moving in new directions, the club offered membership to women and worked out a Big Brother program with SCCAP. THE RED HAT BAND 221 ' 'wifwi-9' ww X F6 . , , fri. Y ww M MV W w Jw 1. ,Wf ' WNW 5f'7f-TT:-5 - , ,'4' gf'-, U ' W A ,,. , W, - if Q W W- E ii- '-ffrf, I ' -D ,. ' W '- W Q o ,HHMM WE49' MWNQMW M. M Www I , x 4 1 32532, X ,, r 5 WW ' B av fawgmw Wgggy. M new Y, ,Y in-YW YV M 1 M ww . 'W Mi-2 Q vi 16-QW 5 , , L M ,A ' W w N, N lift '3 ' '-Tx, CTM' W"I1T f' 7' W ' 7 v A' FN' . Q ,. i 'N A N " ,V f . I ff 411 , 4, 'CG N - x ,f T M ' Y , W , X 1 L l ' :N N iz' 14 , 1 v ' , mf ggi ,I w-'iii' 31 ga vw ' ' ' ' I ' L Jaxx -V Y' 15' .V .. J. Q '?M.f W ' X- ' ' ' 3 -'--gli-. TW' ?W"'W, 7 'wrwwf fw xmiff zwwl Y j ff ' X ' '15 . . ' . I ' , 'I' L '- v "- yy .Y V N j. .I Q '1 N - 5,4 ' J .- ,-- .Q In Q 'Y V - iw ,.l'. ' 'L fm " ' -, '--.Y " , '4 if f W , W1 f Q ,,,,,, ,,, W- ' V we i ' :U . V , 4' cf-f g , ,. - ' , , V Av A as V M Mf W M' ,up pw Iv " v . W NYS '15 "" " FY' Q ' 9 W +2 fd' I X g ,I my- :EA 'W MA -1 pl V wi ' , ls J 'I xl M ' f"' jfm'Q,,'gf 'S-4.5" L W M u 'W :rlitf :T is Q3 ft' 1 ef, -.V " . ,.,:-,-X-,QL A 'T' A , K 11-N -- '1" 4 A ,6 j ifvgwgfuwgc w'-. '11, " .1341 5, my Jon Vw, 1 ,H-. Y mix I wk 1 W A ,. A ww-,M M 5 -5,5551 ' , 1 , V ak Q' Iwuwimvl EV A F ,ri f. :,,,..qf', 11- -- - L 1 , .M ,, ,Hwy Lug 1 T www . w W,",,w J, W L.: CLASSES £s w Joe McMonigle Freshman Class Vice President Lynn Yates Freshman Class Secretary I JH ,. ' ■:: : Dave Fourney Freshman Class President FRESHMEN Gill Gallagher Freshman Class Sergeant-at-Arms Frederick Ahboltin Patricia Alston Barbara Anderson Rosemary Area William Archibald James Atlas Thomas Au David Badion Karen Balsley Susan Banducci Margaret Bannan Raymond Barajas Ann Barbieri Chris Barcellos Kenneth Barnes Cheryl Barnharl Kenneth Battagha William Bazmett Robert Beaudoin (oann Becker Shane Beeson Gail Bennett Don Beresini Ceorge Berrettoni John Bettencourt Stephen Bielawski Jerome Bigotti Laura Binkowski Christine Bjorklund Patricia Black Alexander Bocast Ann Bolton Carol Bosch Laverne Boudro Michele Boyle Kevin Bray Michael Brockway Thomas Brodenck Sydney Brown Thomas Brown 226 o — s 4 I Burton Brownell Mirhele Bruneau Susan Buckley Mary Bullene Ann Burke lirun llmki Susan Bush lames Byrne Madeline Calabrese Daniel Cakagno Connie Calhoun Ronald Call Mary Campi Pamela Campisi James Canning 227 u William Carmichael Christopher Carneghi Barbara Carroll Denise Casagrand Michael Cassaneso Gerald Catenna David Cavafinaro Julienne Chaillaux Dorothy Chess Stephanie Chess Paul Chesterman Stephen Chipp Chris Chow Andrew Chu Tak Yan Chu loseph Cirone 228 Julie Ann Clarke Mary Clark in Christine Clegs Mary Cobb lohn Cochran Susan Coleman Steven Complelo Alice Conner Richard Contro Robert Cooney Jr. Teresa Cousins Sharon Cronan Jeffrey Crosby Christina Crum Karen Cuccias Jane Cusenza Pamela Dadant Philip DeBack Stephen DeMaesui Diane DeSantis I ' Hrr |)ci k James Dekker Theresa Detchemendy John DiVittoriii Kevin Dolan luana Doltm Eileen Donovan Daniel Dorsa lerome Dummer Christopher Dutra Michael Eggers Christine Ellison Jeanne English Nancy Eahrner Jnhn Fanucchi Francis Fenton Susan Ferrari James Ferrigan Michael Flamingo Elaine Fienup 229 m f « ▼ ■ ft : j ■P m : JjHj i I Dana Fihppi Pauline Florence Marianne Fogarty Kathenne Foley Annlouise Ford David Fourney Lawrence Friednch Anthony Gallagher Costantino Callo Mary Canahl Monique Germain John Germano Edward Cibbs Patricia Cilmore Robert Giovacchim Robert Giragosian Michael Girard Richard Goethals Lucille Gomez Michael Goodrich Michael Crabill Michael Grady Barbara Cranieri Gregory Cray MM Km George Greeley Michael Grossberg Philip Grosse Kurt Grossheider Barbara Haas Kathleen Habmg 230 Cheryl Haller Paula Hanley James Hare Cathleen Harris Maurice Harrison Richard Haughey Timothy Hayes Barbara Heinnch Adrian Heryford Victor Hester Joy Hocker James Honig lames Hopkm . Jeanne Huber David Huard Nancy Hubner Kathleen Howard Gregory Hughes Kathleen Hull Peter Huttllnger Robert Hutton Gretchen lllig Marcia Ingraham Richard Isaacson «• . 231 Thomas Isaacson Kenneth lames Linelle Janmvicz Stephen Joesten lames Johansson Nancy Johns Catherine Karcher Lawrence Keeno Nicholas Keitges Charles Keller Kevin Kelly Tom Kelly Michael Kennedy Arthur Kirts Michael Knappman Eric Kolhede Sheila Kraus Jerry Krause Norman Kushiyama Bruce Labadie Jeanne Labozetta James Lambert Lynne Laney Dennis Lang Maryanne Lan holff Steven I apham Maria Lastreto Kathleen Lautze Margaret Lautze Susan Lautze Thomas Leahy Kendall Lee Kevin Lenzen Ann Lightbody Lydia Ligon Paul Lilly Alison Little Kurt Lohrke Mary Long Anthony Lucas 232 E DL1 ftJWSC T )ohn Lucini Nancy Lueder ludith Lydmg Peter Lyons William MacDonald John Magnano Rosalind Maida Ann Maloney Kathleen Marcel Patricia Maughan Linda McAhster Mary McAllister Neil McAllister Kathleen McCartan Mane McCarty m J 233 v;;; Stephen McCullauh Barbara McDonald TerrenceMcCilloway Robert McGmness Christine McKannay Julie Anne McKemy Andrew McLaughlin Wary McManus Mary McNally Wary McPeak Stanley Medley Anne Meihaus Christopher Mel arm Michael Menapace Anita Miller Joseph Montanez 234 Michael Moore Gary Moorhead Jocelyn Moran Marshall Moran Molly Moran Arlene Morey Teresa Morrow Timothy Muller Janet Murphy John Murphy Francis Nageotte William Murphy Roy Nelson Paul Nettesheim Martina Nicholson Grace Nola Catherine Nulty Brigid O ' Rourke Judith Oberhausen John Obermeyer Mary Oliva Garol Orlando Christopher Pablo John Pagani David Paganmi Patricia Paganmi Barbara Pagel Ronald Pang Stephen Pavhna James Perez Joan Pesavento Mary Peters Joseph Peterson Diane Petroni Carol Pfeiffer Theresa Pfeiffer Charlene Pobioy Edward Ponganis James Providenza Christine Ouilici 235 Kathleen Ragno Carl Ratelle Charles Rausch Jr. Laura Rechenmacher Peter Reck Ernesl Reed Wary Lou Regas Barry Reynolds Jill Richter Paul Riemenschneider Eileen Riley Janet Rinauro Guy Roach Peter Rock Edward Rockdale James Rogers Linda Rossi Richard Rossi Pamela Rudufph Roland Ruiz Kathleen Ryan Kevin Ryan Derry Sadler Charles Sail I ant David Samuelson Diana Sanchez Ronald Sam Fred Santana Denise Santi Efren Santos-Cucalor 236 Kenneth Savino Mark Sayer Regma Scalmanini Ellen Scarr Carl Schaub Paul Schmidt Cynthia Schneider Stephen Schneider John Schroeder Peggy Schwander John Seleski Daniel Selmi Mary Shadish Kathleen Sherman jane Sidenfaden Donald Slaughter Sharon Sleavin Fram ene Smith Sydney Smith Timothy Smith Maureen Smyth Anna Speno Martin Spring Judith Springer 237 ■■■ j M ■HMMM| Michael Sproviero John Stack Kathleen Stark Ernest Stehula Marilyn Stelzner Mark Stevinson Anne Storch Marlene Struss Sharon Swanson Laura Takacs Denise Taylor Anthony Tebbutt Kenneth Tepe Carol Tezak ' Andrew Thorpe Dphnrah Tiprnart 238 Kathleen Tobm Richard Toohey Carol Torta DeniseTraficanto Steven Tramz Alfred Trigueiro Alicia Turner Peter Turner Daniel Unrein Timothy Vatuone Ben Vega Paul Ventura Ken Verhaegen Kathleen Viery John Wagstaffe Kathleen Watson Maureen Wesley lane Wlegenstem Pamela Williams Call Willis Vi Wilson Carolyn Woytus Kathleen Wright Stevanle Varak Lynne Vates Arthur Young Gregory Young Donald Zacharias lack Zwissig Virginia Daoust 239 i l lW Wityii i a -. .... , --.. - ... ... 240 Kathleen Tobin Richard 'Ioohey Carol Torta Denise Traficanlo Sleven Tramz Alfred Trigueiro Alicia Turner Peter Turner Daniel Unrein Timothy Valunne Ben Vega Paul Ventura Ken Verhaegen Kathleen Viery john Wagslaffe Kathleen Watson Maureen Wesley Jane Wiegenslein Pamela Williams Gail llillis Vi Wilson Carolyn Woytus Kathleen Wright Stevanie Yarak Lynne Vnles Arthur Young Gregory Young Dnnnhi Zaqharius Jack WISSIS Virginia Daousl Elise Dewit rf J F6 wk' . ' 1 1 l W l r r u r W rr A N r ., I r - ' " rr Zz IF! I l Q , 43, 4' Xu f r .if Y Y 2 5 -iilii ' . V 6' 5:r"Z7,'- . il- g 56,45 ,f aff-mf-fr '- - fall? TQAW 239 r' fz r r l L, Ji 1 A Vi 1, x will i f H, f 6557 .rar 1 3,rr,:9 l. l , 11 ' -5 , . df' I rl ffl' , wi -:V ' 5 .I-,fury .1235 2 'ish 242 243 Pat Kelly Vice President Tim Johnson President Dave Bence Sergeant-at-Arms Liz Brown Secretary SOPHOMORES Jon Ferdon Treasurer Roberl Alher Dan Alhcrli Joleen Alcantara Bernard Alts ; tl Richard Alves Bill Amun Howar.j Anderson Knd Andrade Kathleen Bausalupi Chris Baclawski lohn Baker Catie Bannan Catherine Barber jtpSEMgirc I Nancy Ban le Roberl Barnett 246 Nancy Barren Cecilia Barrie Dan Barsanti Vicki Bartmess Mike Rg7riarisch Patti Beattie Nancy Beaumont David Bence Mary Bennett Paul Berber Terry Bergstrom David Bilardello Randall Blaesi Donna Blelhcn Jacqueline Blix Mark Boitano Ann Brady Robert Breen John Brennan Karen Brigss Barbara Brodhead Elizabeth Brown Michael B. Brown Ralph Bruce Paul Brusthera Ben Bur lord Kalhenne Burleson Kerry Burns Paige Cabral Joy Cail I at Cecilia Callaey Tom Campagne Frank Capnsta leanne Carberry John Cardoza William Carter Kathleen Casey Frank Cassidy John Cassidy Richard Certo ▲ 247 Anne Challenger Mitchell Champ i Cynthia Chang Lorna Chans Mike Chargin Peggy Charlton I arry ( h.-w James Chiesa Mike Clarke Bill Claylon Jennifer Clme Cathy Cochrane Pedro Cofino Mark Cogdill Margone Colligan Mary Collopy John Colombatto Edward Comerford Peter Conk Eugene Conti Robert Coray Albert Cornelison Joan Cornelius Theodore Cribari Jr. Robert Cruz Cathy Cuenm Mary Ellen Cull Martha Cumming Jim Cunha Rosemary Curran 248 Cathy Daoust Harry Daughters Victoria Deasy Diane DeCregori Louis DeLellis Kevin Deremigio Dan DeSantis Gene Devaurs Christine Diez Jovanne Dimassa Melissa Dixon Michael Dixon Monica Dodds Mike Domemci Larry Donatoni Diane Doughty Frank Doyle Laura Dnscoll Mark Dnscoll Tom Dunlap Margaret Dusenbury Brian Eagleson Elizabeth Edwards Steven Ehret ' fiimifi-rifiilrf- ' --n uliirr ' " 249 Ken t scobar Robert Fait Sue Fall is Susan Fand el George Fanuct Anne Farley Rand Farmer Linda Farnngton Thomas Feeney Charles Felix Ion Ferdon Cabnele Ferns lim Finta Culleen Fitzgerald David Fitzgerald Jenelle Fitzgerald Carol Foiada Dennis Foley Lynn Foley Larry Ford Marua Fori Susan Frankus Stasia Frawiey Sue Frazzmi Ron Fredianelli Molly Freeman loanne Fregosi Cheryl Fnesen Roy Fujimoto Barry Furtado Susan Cattney Nancy Galrala Charles Greene Patty Garvey Marguerite Gavin lames Gawley Steve Gengo Franci Genla Loren Gerhard Fred Cernandt 250 Anne Cilles Chris Giovannoni Fred Gonzales Vandal j a Goode Linda Corey Andralea Goscila John Grant Gary Graves |ohn Greenhalgh loanna Grosela Kathleen Grueneich Mate Haberman Michael Hanley Mike Hanley Harold Hanover |r. 251 1 a lim Hansen I uuia Hanten Mike Hardie Barbara Harriott Monty Hart Aynne Hartmann Deborah Heald Cathy Hellenthal Mike Henry Dave Herrmann Dave Hesson Linda Hewitt t awrente Hickish Kim Higgins Tim Holz Tim Hultz 252 Susan Howseman Francis Hughes Sandy Hull Jackie Hurlbutl John lenoffo Paul Imwalle Arturo Iniquez Maureen Ittig Mary James Cathy Jamison Lawrence Jenkins Bert Johansen Phil Johnson Tim Johnson Sallyanne Johnston t J0 fi Ik Rick lustice Joe Kaakua Carolyn Kalb Linda Kambestad Pamela Keane Marv Keese Janet Kelley Joan Kelly Patrick J.Kelly Barbara Kennedy Cene Kimzey Dennis King Bernard Kirkovics Robert Kleinhenz David Kocina Carol Koenig lulu kuiiii ' . Alex Kory |r. Edward Krasevac Rita Krebsbach Chip Kurzeka Jocelyn Ldmson Nancy Larocca Tom LaubacWer Don Launtsun 253 liflaiflaaiBHiMMM m n WI PFrrhPf Pi James Lawler Chris Lee Charleen Lemann Judy Little Allison Loeffler Peler Long Barbara Louney Mary Lorenzo Joyce Lucke Ray Lum Frank Luttrmger Mark Lutz Barbara Lynch Marie Mackey Nancy Mahoney Joan Malcolm John Malley Dolly Maloney Chato Maneru Maureen Manley Cathy Manmno Ernest March David Marram Joseph Warmi Jack Marquis Joel Marini Rosanne Masenga Meredith Mason Philip Mastrocola Lucretia Matulich 254 David Maxon Gerald May Conrad Mazzanr Matt McCabe ]oe McCarthy Patty McCarthy tvttl McLonville Sally McFadden Man Anne McHugh Susan V. McKae Stephen McLaughlin Mary McNicoll Mary McOuade Allan Meadows Gary Meier George Merrill Joe Meyer Dean Miller Mark C. Miller Mark D. Miller Maureen Millet! Craig Mills Richard Minor Francme Moller l t 255 foe Monasta Mk hfle Moran Inlin Monki Lynda Morrison Mike Mulherin Karen Murphy Kathleen Murphy Mi I a Murphy Greg Mussallen Martha Mutch jim Naumes Mike Nelsen Mary Newman fohn Nicholas Lynne Nolan Mary Nolan Matt Noonan Jack Oberti Kalhy O ' Brien John F. O ' Brien Bill Olszewski William Orme Gail Orr Laura Ottavis Marilyn Paha Shell a Palmer Mary Panyan Mike Pappas Douglas Parson Alice Pasetta Pamela Palellaro Thomas Pearson Barbara Pefley Dudley Perkins Mary Perkins Dave Peterson Linda Picchi Terry Pobjoy Laura Pometta 256 Rick Portalupi Barry Porteous Lesley Powell Mark Powell Patricia Prentice Ernie Pricco )r Carole Price Don Prime Douglas Puccini Robert Karrio-, David Rauber lames Reilly Jim Roberts Joyce Rodders Marie Rodnques im i Ml M 257 George Rogers Michele Ron Nancy Roth Anne Kossi Patricia Rowse Ron Ruebusch )oe Ruiz Laura Rvan Mike Ryan Cheryl Samarzich Theresia Sandlm Kathy Sapunar Kallue Saumnr Peggy Schlobohm Paul Schmidt Kristi Schulenburg Mark Scheibe Robert Scopmich Tim Scott Mary Sears Melame Shaffer Margaret Shaw Patricia Shea Terry Shearei Laura Sheffet Stephanie Shields Christine Shyba Chris Siegfried Sandy Silva James Si mom 258 Tom Simpson Kathleen Sinatra Eduardo Sison Cathy Skelly Anne Slattery Susan Slusher Barbara Smith Becky Smith ]anet Smith Steve Soult KarenSt. George Jerry Stenson Lori Stewart James Stoelker Claire Stoesser L L. Straw Anne Sullivan I in. Sunseri Jay Sweet Cathy Switzer Sue Tallea Fredenco Tanayo Janet Taormma Teresa Tarantino 259 Kim rebbe Mike Ihilmrie N.hkv Thomas Blaise Thompson John Ihyken Lmda Titchener lerry Intim Kalliy Iruxaw Uu k Turner Brian Tyrrell Javier Villarreal Alien Walbrim Daniel Walker Theresa Wallat e 260 Susan Walters Unhv W.iiilr. Jack Watson Nell Watson Robert Watson Linda Weber Maureen Whelan Donna Whipple Jim White Bob Wilkins Barry Williams Creg Williams Susan Wood Teppy Wozniak Stephen Wozny Mary Louise Zapp Jack Zwissig Timothy Beresky Tom Biniek Mike Blair James Blount Ed Brady Pannette Carroll Gerry Daly Terry Daubek Linda di Sano Mary Drendel Jeft Dysart Arthur Eggers Roberto Lopez Elizabeth Taylor Jim Caftney WillShadish 262 Susan Walters Midge Wardell 'j ack Watsun Nell Watson Rubcrl walsnn Llnda Weber Maureen Whelan Donna Whipple lim While Bob Wilkins Barry Williams Greg Williams Susan Wood Teppy Wozniak Stephen Wuzny Mary Louise Zapp lack Zwissig Timothy Beresky Tom Biniek Mike Blair larnes Blount Ed Brady Panncrte Carroll Gerry Daly Terry Daubek Linda di Sana Mary Drendel Jeff Dysarr Arllrur Eggers Roberto Lnpez Elizabeth Taylor lim Gaffney Will Shadish ,au "Tl -f . 'Y -E C" Q . nfl limo? All ' 'Q' rl .4 os- :lla Q yr-' ' ll 1 N lr lr la 1 y- .argl r l Q. ,g ,-- N V-113 5 l "5 4,... was 1 ffw ,.--. , , I r v 1 lf I .Erwin rr ,gil .J 4 ,-L -. Af 264 M " %. I NJ N in S. ■ H ih l i ■ ► I l _W — mami i -_ m. llniR m WttM K m s™ ■nn H5 iM§ It ■■ HMMMHNSr wm H 1 WBSBSSm iH H H 1 § § 1 1 1 I Ml. ii ■ i § ! 1 H - 1 265 Barb Munro Junior Class Secretary Yvonne Hall Junior Class Treasurer " •afc}; " - ! J U Cathy Fox Junior Class Vice President Steve Sutter Junior Class President JUNIORS km Abmliz Arnold Abreu Terry Adami John Ahem Carlos Alam:!l3 Mario Ahiiio Mark Allison Michael Althofl Edwin Andersen Joseph Ansel Carolyn Anlonim Joaquin Arango Randall Ashby Suzanne Avisnn Barbara Bailey 268 lorn Balesineri Barbara Bardwil Kathleen Barrows Andrew Bataille Crate Batista Leo Bauer ■Hk David Berg )oe Bubosdii Mark Bu dari Bub Boldizar Lizabeth Bauer Frederick Bedard Eugene Belogorsky Jeanne Bendik [Imma ■ Bnhi li Lawrence Bollon 269 Bruce Bottim Frederick Houghton William Bradley lay Brady vn hai ' l B ■ ' Patricia Brown Robert Brown Linda Brughelli Elaine Brum Donna Brown Tim Buckley Diane Burkholder Darcy Burns Julie Burns Arlene Byers Tom Cam Marianne Calegan Robert Cancilla James Canning Cecilia Cantlay I h .ibelh i -u a Cathy Carlos Daniel Carroll Howard Carroll Angela Casciato Richard Cashatt Harry Cavanagh lames Caviglia Rohert Cazale Mary Cerrito Patricia Chase Gloria Chen Robert Ching Kenneth Claiborne Mary Cleese Joseph Clougherty Cathy Cobb Kevin Cody Jorge Cohen Edwin Collins 270 Philip Collins Timothy Collins John Connolly Susan Cook Timothy Corcoran Nancy Cosgrove Steven Cosiella Patrick Crahan Stephen Crawford Walter Critz Bertram Cronin Marilyn Crowe David Cullen Nicholas Dahs Alice Damberu Vincent Damiani An elo Danna Andrew Davis Susan Davis k.itlilcrii I J.l ■■ Ray De Bnyn Sharon De Well Cerald De Younn Lucille Delfino Linda Delia Maggiore Joan Depaoli Kay Derania Nancy Dillon Thomas Douglas Susan Drake 271 Thomas Urakes Kevin Droney Rosanne Dutey Carol Duffield Angela Duke Susie DmI ps Philip Durrett lohn Dutton Carolyn Dwire Kevin Eagleson Elizabeth Ebinger loseph Egan Wayne Eisenha Judy Elliott Melba Englert Raymond Epes Patricia Ercoli Robert Eskridge Thomas Evertsen Gerald Ferrari James Fihppi Roland Fitzgerald Stephen Flaim Cecilia Flynn ■ ■■ ■ 272 Frank I yn Foley PcIp Formosa Knnald Fowler al her i in ■ lux Eugene Fox Mary Frazier Maik Freitas Michael Freitas Charles Fumia Lf land Gabbard Mary Ann Gallagher Dennis Gamlen Geraldine Canss Gall Garrity Maryiane Genco ludith Genovese Arthur Ginocchio Richard Ciorgetti Mary Gisslow William Cordon Bruce Graham Anna Gurney Slephen Hagan Alana Ha iod Yvonne Hall Chris Halpin lulin Hanlun Pal Hannon Henry Hansel rianr ll.ndin Gail Harrington Gary Harris Barbara Haski Robert Hausman Kathleen Hendry Slephen Henriques Marilyn HerbiR Marilyn Hess Kenneth Hessun lames Hoban 273 I lane Hoerner Gary Hor R an Mary Howseman leanne Huard EmoHuhtala Donald I Robert Hupf Noris Imazio Charles Isaacson Dana lang Mary Jennett Tracy Johansing Elizabeth lohns Michael Karl Ann Keener 274 j| £ jAi jHb Daniel Kelly Ro er Kern Sleven Kimball Steven Kirkebv Phyllis Kirts Mark Kliszewski Charles Knarr Shirley Krsinich Louis Krun Belh Kurzeka Barrie Lainj; Steven Lambert William Lambert Joseph Lannon Mary Lautze Michele Le Brun 275 Charles Lemann Mum .1 . I [-roiii 1 Ku hard Leslie Steven Lewis Donald i ightbody H ' . ' .ilrli 1 lll Joseph Lima l.ini,i(,i l. |ip lames Loney IdIiii Limn Mary Lou Longinottl Eric Low Thomas Lustifi Kathleen Machu a Kathleen Maher Paul Marmi Kerry Matthews Nancy Mazza Joseph McCarthy Sharon McCarty lohn McCoy Kathleen McCracken Ceor e McCullafih Martha McDonald Suzanne McDonnell Mary McEntee David McFarland Thomas McCann William McCrath Michael McCreevy Sharon McMillan lohn McNamara Maureen McNiece Timothy McShane Daniel Meenan Anthony Mei Joseph Melczer Linda Mellmsh Susan Middleton James Miller 276 - ' V 4 14 1 Elena Minor Marilyn Mize Patrick Mohan John Monaghan Mark Morelli loann Morey Pius Morozumi Maria Morris Rex Moser Barbara Munrn Ann Murphy Marilyn Murphy Patriua Murphy Elizabeth Murray Kim Naughlon Susan Naurm. ' s Paul Neilan loan Nettesheim Edward Norlhup Richard Nuccitelll William O ' Brien Brian O ' Hara lane O ' Mara Kathleen Oda sherry Oke KalhlynOhva Thomas Ovens RobeM Owens Michael Pacelli i hi-ryl PanRi 277 Martha Paine Timothy Panztera Rosemary Papagm Ronald Pans lames Passalacqua Davirt Pereira Ron Perelli L inda Perntone Gayle Peterson Karen Peterson Robert Peterson Peter Phillips Richard Phillips Pamela Pienng I Vllrllr Pulian Gary Porter lohn Previte Laura Pnbuss Donald Prime Thomas Prussing Gerald Ouilici Leo Quilici James Quintal lames Radulovich 278 Mary Catherine Ragen Dominic RaRo Eugene Reames Lydia Reed Judy Reulet Gregory Rixon Anne Robichaud Cordon Ruby Sharon Roe Phyllis Romito Richard Ronan Kathleen Roney Patrick Ruffu John Salazar lohn Sapunor Leon Schegg Elaine Scherbart Marv Schiller Karen Secchi J udv Sedgwick Timothy Segal 1 1 1 1 Siiacci Theodore Simas Reenel Simoni Deborah Singer Joseph Somerville tane Spack Steven Stanich Michael Stegmaier Jose Stevens Robert Suhr Colleen Sullivan Martha Suto Linda Sunseri Lorna Sutherland Paul Sulherlen Stephen Suiter lohn Tacchella lames Tanner Stephen Tarantino 279 Mary Terry Richard Testwuide Michael Thomas Kathleen Thompson Nancy Tnfanelli Patrick rondreau Anthony Toste lames Treinen Nancy Tremhley Helene Trescony Gene Tricoli Barbara Tripled John Iruxaw Michael Urbanski Catherine Ursettie Donald Van Buren Suzan Valuone Randall Vogel William Von Eelton Kathleen Walker Edward Walsh Peter Walsh David Ward Margaret Ware Robert Watanaoe Stephen Weber Peter Wellington Laurel Wheeler Mary Ellen Whelan Daniel White 280 Mary Pat Whiting Nancy Whittaker Richard Wilkmg Anthony Wilmet Suzanne Winslow Kathenne Wnlf William Wnrk lohn Wozniak Patricia Yuklavich Ehssa Young Mary Yurich Veronica Zecchini George Zurn Hubert Zwmgman Susan Aberwald Douglas Anderson William Bierly David Blair Linda Bland Connie Bractimann Mania Brown Diane Burkholder Tun Carmndv Paul Carsey 281 Thomas Dowd Mary Dullea )ohn Ewald leif Cambert Paul Haten Stuart Howell John S.L. Hu Robert Lewis Jaclyn Mahoney Lauta Matchese Monica Mlodzik Cha Jes Oliver Thomas Marshall Kathleen McCartin Mark O ' Malley Ron O ' Neil ) loan Pagam Douglas Peters lohn Rati iff Patrick Rice Dan Robinson Dennis Ron ami Stephen Schrey Don Shifter Lisa Sowle Katey Sullivan Kathleen Sullivan Stephen Sziebert Anne Teebay Pat Weiss Susan Wilson Beth Zumsteg Vicky Shu 282 283 ....—— ■MK „ jpl - — . f-- v JUNIOR STUDENTS IN VIENNA 284 ' ' Stehplatz at the Staatsoper Heurigen in Grinzing a Strassenbahn and snow quiet afternoons in coffeehouses the local Konditorei and Wiener- schnitzel — and how many more memo- ries there are for the students who at- tended the Institute of European Studies in Vienna. 4 Freyung is the Palais Kinsky, which was once the home of one of Vienna ' s most important aristocratic families, and which has now been con- verted into the classrooms and offices of the Institute. 285 JUNIOR STUDENTS IN VIENNA 284 . ' ' .- " ' • ' • • T I ■•; 1 SENIORS Justin Smith Senior Class Vice President Jerry Bussjaeger Senior Class Sergeant-at-Arms Kathy Feeney Senior Class Secretary Al Zapala Senior Class President Dave Barca Senior Class Treasurer Craig W. Adams Jeffrey J, Adams Susan Mary Adams Ronald P. Allegrini James M. Andre Thomas M. Andrews James D. Armistead Irene M. Arnaud Mark L. Aschauer Christina Bacigalupi Michael A. Bafico Bonita Ann Baker Richard A. Baker Susan J, Ballard David B, Barca Marguerite Bataille Timothy J. Barger k IkSl Terry E. Bathen Michael A. Bayless Suzanne M. Bazzano Alyn T. Beals Cherie G. Beals Courtney J. Beck Jo Ellen Beckler Mary E. Beemer Susan Bennette Michael T. Beresky Glenn G Berg Susan N. Besset Christy Blessing Karen R. Boiko Frank L. Boitano Lorraine T. Boken Cordon A. Bonaccorso Kathleen F Booth Christopher Bradford Mary Ann Brady Patricia A Brady Joseph A. Braun Jr. Stephen C Brie Carol Anne Brost Henry C Brown James D. Brown Elizabeth H. Browning Richard P. Brunei Michael C. Bruun David M . Buck Henry Bugatto Jr. Christine M Burris Catherine E. Bushnell Jerrald J. Bussjaeger Judith M„ Butzloff Mary T. Byrne Robert M. Byrnes Kenneth D. Caillat Sharon Cailaghan John L. Callan Kathleen Call an an Norine L. Capurro Joseph W. Carcione John E. Carey Michael P. Carey Steven R. Carmichael Robert W. Cashin Creighton T. Casper Susan L. Cassel Donald A. Chaisson Halina R. Chelstowski Gloria M. Cheney Mary Co 1 1 en Clampett Diane M. Coffey Daniel F. Collins Judith Ann Collins Robert C. Colyar Richard J. Conner Peter C. Connolly Charles J. Conway Jr. James H. Coughlin Teril T. Crampton Rodney E. Crisp James L. Cronin Catherine S. Crotty James D. Crowley Allan B. Currie Mitchell J. Dabo Brian P. Daley Maureen V. Daley Patricia L. Dalton Thomas A. Dana Laurence E. Daniels Scott J. Davi Mary K. Davidson Raymond J. Davi I la Jr. lb. I k Constance L. Davis David J. DeBoer Richard D DeBolt Margaret J. DeCoursey Emilia Jane DeCeer Michael J. DeMartini David M. Delgado Christopher C. Dempsey Gary A. Dias Anne T. Dietrich Peter J. Dileo Linda Lee Dillard Arlana M. Dixon James A. Dixson Robin H. Doerr Marilyn L. Dombrink Colleen P. Donohue Do lores Ann Doran Thomas J. Doyle James M. Dunn Agnes P. Eagen Peter J. Eaton Warren B. Egan Jr. Patricia Mary Egan Richard Ehernberger Paul R. Ehrich Robert C. Emmett Mary Lee Emrey Joseph F. Ercoli Luciano J. Ercolini Robin D. Ericson George W. Everhart Alan F. Fabyancic Thomas P. Faherty Douglas E. Falco James L. Falletti dm i m jf «v| V t : t .. $ IV 4V , Jl Kathleen S. Farnan Kathleen A. Feeney Louis Fehrenbacher Karl E. Felsen Richar d A. Ferguson Thomas M. Ferguson Albert J. Ferrari Linda L. Ferro Mollie R. Ferry William H . Fiolek Timothy C. Fischer Janet M. Fitzpatrick Patricia Ann Flanagan Deirdre M. Flannery Dorothy B. Fleming Kathleen Flippen Gregory L. Ford Michael J. Forni Frances M. Torretta John A. Forst Ronald Fortorelli Edward A. Fraga Randall D. Frakes i : 3- : V ' " -:- " -:- B David J. Francia Phillip R. Freer Jr. Thomas H. Furey in % John A. Furman fc k Teresa L. Gabriel Karen J. Carlick Timothy E. Catto James P. Geary Jr. Frank J. Genovese Hid 0$%- T F (SSI •cj ' B - Mi Lxtra Louis J. Chilardi Kenneth H. Ciebel John M. Giebler Henry A. Gnesa Jerry M. Golenor Frank M. Gollop Lizabeth C. Goodman Michael L. Goodwin Jose A. Coulart Thomas G. Coursolle Henry C. Crambergu Charles W. Crazzini Lee R. Greeley Cynthia A. Green William F. Griffi n Raymond F. Gross Walter M. Grover William E. Growney Michael H. Handler Susan E. Hanks Francine M. Hannig Ronald W. Hansen Robert E. Harold Robert D. Harrison k F Denise Hargleroad Veronica A. Hayes Thomas A . Haynes Helen Healy Farnaz Hedayat John J. Hedderson Mary Anne Hedderson Denise Henriques Robert E. Hesse Roger P. Hewitt Alan J. Higginson William J. Hoeft Fred E. Holmes William L Honzik Catherine T. Horan William P. Horrigan Marilyn Hunt Tom Hunter Rodney W. Hurd Nancy Ann Husted Angelo M. lelmini Darrell A. Igelmund Charles E. Jackson Mark R. Janlois A Ui Edward W. Jessen Pamela Mary Jolicoeur Cail D. Jvirblis Barbara Anne Karig Gregory Lewis Kassis Brian J. Keeley Richard Tracy Keith Rita M.Keller JoAnn Kelley William A. Kershaw Patrick W. Kilkenny Stephane H. Kirkman Thomas J. Kirn Ralph A. Knebel Thomas H. Knopf Thomas E. Kropp Elizabeth A. Kumbler Joseph A. LaMantia Paul R. LaVoie Pierre F. Laband Robert J. Labozetta Susan E. Lawler Patricia J. Leach Melinda A. Lee Marlene C. Lemke " Vv William M. Lenaers Kathleen M. Lenahan Wayne C. Leong Vincent M. Leveroni Sharon K. Lewis Arthur F. Liebscher Denise A. Lilian Richard B. Lindgren Maria E. Locatelli Jamie A. Lonsdale Barbara Lowell Joseph P. Lucido Vincent Lupri Cynthia A. Lund Francis J. Lynch Daniel P. MacKay John R. MacPherson Richard E. Macchi Abdul I a A. Madhi Charles Edward Magnu s Patricia M. Magruder John M. Mahoney Pamela D. Maida Henry E. Malatesta Mara A Maloney Mary K. Maloney Abdulaziz I. Mana Vincent A. Mancuso Dorothy A. Mantele Paul W. Marking Robert E. Martin Patrick F. Mason Valerie C. Massa John E. Massopust Katherine Masters Segundo Mateo Steven M. Mathews Teresa A. Matson Philip Matsumura Janet I. Matteis William R. Mazotti Timothy J. McAnany Merilee McCambridge Robert J. McCarthy 1 H Susan A. McCarthy William J. McCarthy Michael C. McCorrick Margaret K. McCoy Ellen M. McCracken James T. McDermott Michael M. McDevitt Brian M. McGuire Daniel E. McKinley Bruce D. McLemore William McLoughlin Patricia E. McNally Barbara McWilliams Michelle M. Merckel Mary E. Miller Warren C. Miller Steven R. Mine Rob Roy Minister Robert M. Moeckel Marcia A. Mondavi Dennis N. Monohan Paul B. Moore Marie K. Morey Vernon W. Morioka Robert H. Mott Leslie F. Moyer Kathleen T. Muller Shirley A. Munford Brian T. Murphy CeraldineA. Murphy Joseph A. Murphy Alan J. Musante Thomas H. Muscio Carol F. Nascimento Alice L. Negratti Richard A. Nelson Kathryn Newman Thomas J. Nicoletti Maryanne C. Nilmeier Caeton T. Nola Thomas J. Nuccio John 0. O ' Boyle Patricia J. O ' Connor Jill C. O ' Hora Daniel M. O ' Neil Lynne Christie Olds Paul C. Osborne John M. Ottoboni Shereen J. Paff Maureen T. O ' Connell Lynne Anne Pears John M. O ' Mara Anne C. Penoyer Charleen D. Ortiz Stephen E. Petit Christopher J. Owen Carl D.Panattoni Al Parbury Frank P. Peccia Patricia M. Pegg Carla A. Perusina Linda Anne Pessagno Susan M. Petkovich James F. Petrich Diane Lynn Piazza Marilee B. Pierotti Linda R. Piola Victor J. Pizzo William R. Pope Beth Postlewaite David M. Pouliot John A. Powers Gail J. Prebil Paul C. Pribuss James T. Quigg George L. Quinn William F. Quirie Michael S. Raab Dennis R. Raefield Paul J. Ramos Nancy E. Randall Aidan A. Raney David T. Read Curt C. Reed Bernice M. Rendler Christopher Reynolds Joyce A. Reynolds Brian J. Rice William J. Rice Robert W. Rickard Vickey Lyn Riopelle Leo R. Rippo Martha M. Robers David C. Roberts Brian A. Robinson Richard P. Roggia Gregory P. Rosa Linda Sue Rould Thomas P. Rowan David D. Roybal Patricia C. Rubino James H. Ruhwedel Donna L. Ryan Marguerite A. Ryan Timothy Wayne Salter Alfred V. Sanchez Kathleen M. Sankey Charles V. Santoni M Joseph A. Sawaya Raymond B. Scheetz Barbara J. Schefter Gregory P. Schmidt Steven J. Schmitz Charles E. Schmuck Kenneth W. Schneider Suzanne Schofield Mary C. Schulein Robert A. Schultz A 4 Margaret Schuveiller Bruce L. Scollin Kenneth S. Scott Mary Ann Sebastiani Craig A. Seminoff James F. Sepe Carol Sue Serafin Patricia L. Sestero Richard D. Sestero Kathleen Shannon Anne Marie Shea Christopher M. Shea Terry Shelley Kenneth Shurtleff Joseph Skowronski Dayle T. Silliphant Thomas L. Simpson Paul Smick Christopher G. Smith Justin L Smith Dennis C. Smolarski Arthur E. Snyder George J. Sobol Sharyn F. Spataro Donald M. Splain Kathryn E. St. George Daniel S. Standifer Dean A. Starr Claire Starry Carol A .Steinauer Kenneth G. Stevens Susan A. Stone Albert K. Strane Alvin S. Strane John J. Strube Ann Stuchart James M. Sullivan Joseph P. Sullivan Patricia M. Sullivan Paul W. Sullivan v Kimberly K. Sung Twanet Swain Frederick M. Swalling Jennifer C. Sweeney Imre L. Sziebert Russell C. Szyper Susan M. Taylor NkW George K. Thaler Michael E. Thelen aw a Loarn S. Thoelecke Heidi T. Thometz James W. Thonis Todd Wayne Thrower v Sheelagh C. Tiernan James L. Tobin Henry J. Trainor ) Jim Townsend Dennis M. Trusty i Yif L Michelle M. Turgeon Michael H. Valim John E. Vigna Marilyn J. Vigna Daniel J. Voss Francis R. Wagner Michael J. Wagner Hugh Walker Dennis F. Ward Kevin M. Watts Fredene Weaver Mary H. Wei I and Ann M. Weisenberg Harriet A. Weissensee Marijean Welage Kathleen A. Weland CayleM. Wells MelvinT. Wells Jr. Michael T. Whalen Sue C. Whalen Joseph F. White Charles Wild Frank M. Williams Henry J. Williams Peter E. Wise AfA Judith A. Woodard Richard A. Woodard Michael W. Wright Kenneth D. Zacharias Alan J. Zapala Margaret Maughan Joseph Losch Juliana R. 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Castroville, California BSC Marketing Charlie Graham, Italian Club, Mar- keting Club, Baseball Smith, Christopher Gilliland Aptos, California BA Sociology President-Phoenix, Charlie Gra- ham, Secretary-Flying Club, The Santa Clara, Arts and Sciences As- sociation, Surf Club, Who ' s Who Smith, Justin Arcadia, California BSC Economics Vice-President-Senior Class, Senate, Kappa Zeta Phi, Ski Club, Irish Club, BAA, SCCAP, Crew Smolarski, Dennis C. Santa Monica, California BS Mathematics President-Math Society, President- Lambda, President-Pi Mu Epsilon, University Chorus Snyder, Arthur E. Saratoga, California BA Physics Physics Society Sobol, George J. Denver, Colorado BSC Economics Senate Spataro, Sharyn Troy, New York BA Sociology Splain, Donald Michael San Mateo, California BA Philosophy Phoenix, Swimming Standifer, Daniel 5. Santa Clara, California BSC Management Intramurals Starr, Dean A. 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