Vancouver College - Collegian Yearbook (Vancouver, British Columbia Canada)

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VOLUME 19 2 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF VANCOUVER COLLEGE VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA ian 1969 HONOURS IN LAST YEAR’S Brad Fritz FIRST HONOURS In 1968, eighty percent of the graduating class secured a pass standing in the University program. Of the boys who achieved this standing, ten received first class honours (eighty percent) in the scholarship exams and another thirteen received second class honours (seventy percent). Brad Fritz achieved ninety percent, this high an average being a first for College since the method for calculating honours grades was changed. Recipients of first class honours who attend accredited universities in our province are given three-quarters of their tuition by the government; those who obtain second class honours get one-half their tuition paid. Timothy Jull Daryl Fieber David Gagnon Brian Hsiung John Mills Kent Bitz Theodore Hsiung Pat Finnegan Allen Cullen 4 DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS Paul Costello Paul Meloche SECOND HONOURS Jeff Smulders Timothy Lavery Denis Kelly 5 RELIGIOUS PATRONS His Excellency Most Reverend JAMES F. CARNEY Archbishop of Vancouver In 1929, James F. Carney was regis- tered as a student at Vancouver College. Thirteen years later he became a member of the holy priesthood. Now with warm congratulations and much pride we at Vancouver College offer Archbishop James F. Carney our support in his guid- ance of the Archdiocese of Vancouver. 6 COLLEGE GRADUATE ORDAINED Rev. George LaGrange, ordained on October 26, 1968, grew up in Our Lady of Fatima Parish in New Westminster. Father came to College as a sophomore and graduated three years later in 1959. He received his training at the seminary in Battleford, Sas- katchewan. Father Fred Neilson, Vancouver School Board guidance counsellor, listens to another Hayden-Daws scheme. BR. H.L. BUCHER, B.A., M.B.A. Principal Head of Religion Department BR. W.E. DRAYTON, B.A., M.A. Vice-Principal Religion, Biology MR. M. KIM Teachers’ Certificate, Hong Kong Grammar School Supervisor Grade 7 “I’m listening. . . Boy, that’s a hard one. . .” “Tve got it! 10 BR. P.G. BREEN, B.A., M.A. English, Latin BR. G.P. LYONS, B.Sc., M.Sc. Head of Science Department Bursar, Chemistry BR. L.F. TAYLOR, B.Sc., M.A. Head of Math Department Math, Physics BR. D.F. NASH, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Head of English Department English, Literature BR.J.C. DUNN. B.A., M.A. Head of the History Department History, Social Studies BR. G.F. FITZPATRICK, B.A., M.A. English 11 BR. M.A. MAHER, B.A. Head of the French Department French BR. E.B. KING, B.A. Math BR. F.J. KELLY. B.A., M.A. Math. Social Studies BR. E.B. DAWE, B.A. Athletic Director Latin, Math BR. W.G. NOONAN, B.A., M.A. French, Typing “Boy, are they fast little stigeodonium! ” exclaims Br. Drayton. 1 MR. J. KAVALEC, B.A., B.P.E., M.Ed. Science MR. E. CRAME, B.S.C. Economics BR. J.N. PENDER, B.A. English, Literature Happiness” BR. R.M. RIDGLEY, B.A. French, English MR. F. SANTESSO, B.Ed. English, Social Studies BR. W.R. CARROTHERS, B.A. Grade 5, Bookkeeping MR. K. HENDRY, B.Etl. Typing, Social Studies G.A 5,, Fr. Neilson, our guidance counsellor, offers advice to Edwin Tse BR. R.K. RUMSEY, B.A. Grade 6 BR. D.G. ROSE, B.A. Grade 7 MRS. N. LEE Librarian 14 MRS. B. LETCHER Grade 1 MRS. D. KERNEY Grade 2 MRS. N. SENDALL Secretary MRS. G. KIM Teachers’ Certificate, Hong Kong Grade 4 MRS. M. FRY Registrar MRS. C. HURLBURT Grammar School French 15 GARY BAKER Gary came to College four years ago from Corpus Christi parish. A sportsminded fellow, he participates in intramural volleyball and football, and spends his winter weekends on the local ski-runs. Upon graduation, Gary intends to further his education at Simon Fraser University. WAYNE BEDFORD Wayne is a very active student in the school as evidenced by his participation in public speaking and debate, and his managing of the basketball team. “Hoss” enjoys making money and hopes to continue doing so after leaving the College. His exact plans are not yet formed. STEVE BARKER Since his arrival at the College from Columbia, South America, Steve has become a permanent feature here. Swimming, cars, skiing and sleeping command his outside time. Steve would like to see some of the world and then settle down at S.E.U. EAWRENCE J. BATTLE A four year student at V.C., Larry uses his time well. He is interested in photography, and also enjoys reading. B.C.I.T. beckons Larry and he hopes a course in hotel management will help on his way to success. LARRY BIGGAR Larry came to the College six years ago in Grade VII. He stays after school to work as editor of the classes section of the Yearbook. Larry plays hockey for exercise and goes to dances for relaxation. He hopes to enter the field of philosophy at University. GERRY BOOMER Throughout his two year stay with the Brothers at the College, Gerry has tried to keep his fellow students informed, as a co-editor of the school newspaper. When not philosophizing, he enjoys music, painting, and literature. After working through the summer, Gerry will attend U.B.C. 18 BILL A. BOONS Bill is on loan to the College from St. Augustine’s Parish. He keeps himself fit by participating in intramural sports and dabbling in paints. Outdoor activities and dances round out Bill’s interests. He can see further education at U.B.C. in the future. “These lemon popsicles are hard on the lips”, warns Bill Costello. BRENDAN BOTTOMLEY Since his first appearance at the College four years ago, Brendan has left his mark as a fellow with a sense of humour. He has a great many interests, among which are ears, boats, football, stamp and coin collecting, and painting. Becoming a wealthy man through journalism is Brendan’s aim after graduation. CHRIS BOUCHER A nine-year veteran of the College way, Chris hails from Blessed Sacrament Parish. His interests include basketball, soccer, cars, and coin-collecting. He also contributes to the newspaper effort. Some courses at either B.C.I.T. or U.B.C. will fill Chris’ time next fall. v HARRY M. BRANDOLINI Harry has been under tbe influence of the Brothers for twelve years and has done well in that long period. He is very active in drama as a member of the stagecrew and also participates in intramural football. On his way to a career as a tooth-puller, Harry intends to stop off at U.B.C. DON J. BOWEN A resident student from Jasper, Don has roamed the halls of the College for five years now. Skiing, hockey, climbing the Rockies, intramural football and basketball help keep Don in top shape throughout the year. Travel is Don’s chief aspiration and then study at the University of Alberta. 19 DON V. BRODEUR In his two years at the College, Don has shown himself a strong athlete as well as an honour roll student. When not working for those good grades. Don fills his time with track, swimming, and flying. All of this will lead him to a career as a pilot in the Armed Forces after attending College Militaire Royale. MARTIN G. BYRON Marty has an avid interest in the technical workings of the stage as evidenced by his participation in the College drama productions. He enjoys sports both as a doer and a watcher. Upon graduation, Marty is going to take a course involving television at B.C.I.T. JOHN M. CABANA One of the better pop musicians at the College, John no doubt spends a lot of time practising on his guitar. Cars, golf, coin collection and working on the yearbook also keep John busy when he is not studying. He has plans to become one of those engineers at U.B.C. JOHN CAIRNS After withdrawing in grade 10 John returned to graduate from College this year. Whitehorse is his home town and he seems to enjoy his life as a resident student, getting into their intramural sports and other shenanigans. He does well enough at studies to hope for reasonable success at U.B.C. In spring, Trevor Rowe’s attention turns to. . . tennis? JOHN S. CALLAGHAN A relative rookie to the College way, John comes to Vancouver from Saskatchewan. He has wasted no time in getting involved as shown by his participation in Varsity football. John also enjoys hockey, golf, tennis and swimming. He will attend either U.B.C. or the University of Saskatchewan next fall. JOHN D. CLIFFE John has spent a dozen years at V.C. and in that time has taken an interest in the activities of the school. He is a co-editor of the newspaper, and is also interested in intramurals as well as the poster club. John hopes to obtain a degree in business or law at U.B.C. when he graduates. GREG CHAN Greg, an import from Hong Kong, has brought with him an impressive list of academic credits. Reading science fiction, playing soccer and perfecting his phot ographic techniques round out Greg’s extracurricular activities. His knack for getting good grades will lead Greg to pharmacy at McGill or S.F.U. FAUSTIN J. CHOUINARD In his five years at the College Faust has been engrossed in the sports aspect of the school. He helps provide the pep at various sporting events. He is interested in karate and wrestling, as well in the stock market. Earning a law degree at U.B.C. and travelling should keep Faust busy for a few years. LAWRENCE P. COUGHLAN Larry arrived at the College four years ago from O.L.P.H. His interests center around playing the guitar, creating posters, and running track. Larry is another of those fellows who plans to travel before trying his hand at university life. BILL COSTELLO Bill has been a resident student at College for two years and makes his off-season home at Calgary. He has a great interest in drama but can also be found on the slopes or playing a little intramural football. Bill hopes to tour Europe before settling down to a little higher education. BILL CULLEN Bill has made that long journey from West Vancouver for five years now. Keeping an even keel, clinging to a towline, and practising his dangerous serve help keep him on top of the athletic picture. After graduation. Bill would like to attend U.B.C. or Simon Fraser. 21 DAN CUNNINGHAM Danny has come every day from West Vancouver for four years now. He’s known mostly for being lost behind a camera. Dan’s future won’t see him leaving behind his camera, but is as yet undecided. JOHN M. DeMARRE One of our friends from the South, John has enjoyed five years at the College. Boating, cars, and girls coupled with John’s work with the orphans help keep him busy after three o’clock. He hopes to attend Seattle U. and to receive his wings in the Air Force. JOHN A. DAWS John, the man in the dark, is the expert who turns out all the quality photos used in the Collegian. Upon emerging from the darkroom, John indulges in a little oil painting and enjoys attending dances. A career in social work is John’s aim. CARL R. DILLON In his three years at the College, Carl has become quite involved in school activities. He belongs to the newspaper staff, and works hard for the drama group and the social committee. Junior achievement, skiing, and girls enliven Carl’s outside life. He would like to take a course in business or science at U.B.C. MIKE DELESALLE Mike has been under the direct guidance of the Brothers for five years as he is a resident student. Being an earthy type, he enjoys water and snow skiing, and is mildly interested in girls. Mike hopes to attend the University of Colorado and work for a degree in commerce. LOUIS DUMONT Louis is one of the outstanding students at the College. He helps out in the soundroom and also lends his services to the yearbook. Louis’ skill at getting excellent grades will naturally lead him into a course in organic chemistry or physics at U.B.C. 22 ED EGLI A member of College’s stagecrew for the various drama productions, Ed uses his time well when working with this group. Driving his car, dating and golfing keep Ed in a fun-loving mood when he’s not at school. An interesting career in the computer sciences awaits Ed after graduation. PATFINNERTY Pat is the president of the resident students and participates in such activities as boarder football and basketball. His outside interests include skiing, tennis, and taking trips to Penticton in his bomb. Pat plans to attend Western Ontario University for a course in Commerce. CHRIS GALLAGHER Chris has spent his last dozen years at the College. In that time he has developed an interest in the drama group. Fast cars and tennis help keep Chris awake when he’s not in class. Chris is going to U.B.C. continue his, education at MARTIN FINCH Marty has had a long term at the College, flourishing here for eleven years. Drama commands a lot of his lime but he also fits in his interest in motorcycles, skiing and music. Marty would like to travel to the East before settling down to studies again. PHILIP J. EIVEMARK A big man on the basketball court, Phil helps out the team from time to time. Making jump shots and pulling down rebounds is not all Phil has on his mind, as he is in charge of football for the Collegian, and he also enjoys reading in his spare time. Phil’s future calls for a dose of higher learning, probably at U.B.C. DAVE GARAYT Dave came to College from Blessed Sacrament Parish four years ago and has shown himself a typical V.C. man. He works on the activities section of the yearbook, and enjoys bowling as an extracurricular sport. Dave is going into Commerce at U.B.C. after he graduates. 23 JOE GORDON A sports-minded fellow, Joe loves playing hockey, football and golf. His talents for a good argument don’t go unnourished, as he is a member of the newspaper staff and participates in public speaking and debate. A degree in law is Joe’s ambition after his graduation. DAN A. GODFREY Our friend from Tasu, Dan has survived three years of residency at the College. When not talking about his home in the Queen Charlottes, he enjoys participating in various sports, bowling being among his favourites. Dan hopes to study business management at U.R.C. upon graduation. PAUL GIRODAY Paul is one of the finest athletes at the College and he has had twelve years to show his form. He is equally adept at carrying a football and a basketball. Making posters and dating fill Paul’s time. Paul wants to go to university and perhaps play football. MIKE T.K. GIULIANI Mike has made his home here for five years now, and has become involved in such school activities as debate, the lettermen club and the service committee. He is a member of the Fighting Irish and also enjoys basketball in general and girls in particular. Further study, possibly at U.B.C., is Mike’s aim. JIM GORMAN Jim crashed onto the College scene five years ago. He is a big rock music fan and listens to music continually. The girls and cars, which is a pretty good mixture, keep him busy after classes. A few more years of education, possibly at S.F.U., are Jim’s future. DENNIS GIRODAY One of those fellows who really gets involved in school activities, Dennis came to V.C. six years ago. He is a member of the Collegian business staff, and also works in drama and helps on the dance committee. Dennis wants to see Europe and then attend Royal Roads for a career in the Air Force. 24 I Mike Njakara experiments to see if Accent really does wake up flavour. DOUG GORMICAN If you can pry Doug away from his chemistry homework you will find out that he is very interested in cycling, astronomy and the girls from Quebec. Circumnavigating the globe on bicycle and then further education at U.B.C. will occupy Doug ' s time after graduation. ANDY GRAHAM Andy made his first appearance at the College nine years ago. He has an avid interest in sports as evidenced by his first-string position on the varsity football squad and his participation in intramural basketball. A lover of the outdoors, Andy will try to work in either a national or provincial park after graduation. KENNETH W. GREBA An import from St. Andrew’s dating back to grade nine, Ken has made his mark at the College. He is a member of the drama stagecrew and also does battle in public speaking and debate. Outside activities include skiing, parties, pool, and football. After a little travel Ken wants to go into business administration at U.B.C. LARRY GRIFFITHS Larry is one of those artistic types who makes life at the College interesting. He writes for the newspaper and touches all bases with his own column. Drawing and painting also help fill his time. A major in English is Larry’s cherished dream. SKIP GROFF Skip, from Holy Name Parish, has been a familiar face at the College for twelve years now. He is an excellent figure skater and also enjoys dunebuggies, skiing and car racing. Skip has a thing about farming and hopes to enter the field of agriculture at U.B.C. 25 WILLIAM A. GUNN Bill has spent eleven long years at the College and in that time has shown his own brand of humour. He doesn’t kid around, however, when it comes to being the manager of the football team. Bill enjoys riding motorcycles and hunting. The Arts program at U.B.C. will keep Bill busy for the next few years. DENIS HARVEY Denis has made that long trip from Surrey to the College for five years now. When not hitting the books, he likes to play a round of golf or take a trip into the bush for a little hunting. A course in civil engineering at U.B.C. will keep Denis active for the next few years. 26 JAMES WALTER HARRINGTON Jim helped bring a little art to the school this year by conducting a class for oil painting. When he’s not teaching he works hard to perfect his style with oils and acrylics. Jim is also a member in good standing of the Varsity football team. Jim’s artistic tendencies will lead him into a career in culture after graduation. ROBERT HARRINGTON Rob came to the College four years ago from Corpus Christi. Since then he has shown himself an able football player and financier. He also thrives on card games and skin diving. Rob’s interest in money makes him a good prospect for a Commerce degree from U.B.C. Ross Tweedale, guest lecturer and political science student at U.B.C., departs for a moment from the serious tone of his talk on the Chicago demonstrations. CHUCK HAYDEN Chuck has been getting taller at the College for six years. When not running into the tops of doors, Chuck can usually be found in the Yearbook office working. He plans to attend S.F.U. while working toward a degree in business accounting. Doug Gormican and Mike Hoskinson experiment with a new girl-watching technique. MICHAEL EDWARD HOSKINSON Upon his arrival at the College six years ago, Mike set to task getting good grades. His outside activities include photography, playing the guitar and elaborating on his philosophy. Mike is going to gain a Ph.D. in either Math or Physics, possibly at U.B.C. JAMES W. INVERARITY Jim is an outdoors type, as shown by his avid interest in skiing, scuba-diving, hiking and diving from airplanes. Intramurals, such as basketball and football give him a break from his duties as a member of the pep club. Jim plans to complete his education at U.B.C. RICHARD HUGH Rich has proved himself an active student at V.C. in his four year stay. He is involved with intramurals, football, track and leading cheers at basketball games. When not being articulate he enjoys water-skiing and girl-watching. Rich is undecided about his future. JOHN PAUL IVES Since his arrival here from O.L.P.H. five years ago, John has shown himself to be a student of high academic standards. Intramural basketball and dating help fill his spare time. Medical school at U.B.C. is in John’s plan for the future. 27 WILLIAM JONES Bill is a long-time boarder at College. When not bowling in the school bowling league, he is busy with sports car racing, swimming, water-skiing, girls, or listening to folk music. Bill will be leaving us for the University of Saskatchewan and a position in the field of science or law. BENNET KOPECKI Bennet has been coming to College for seven years now, spending a lot of time in U.N. and Glee Clubs. After school he enjoys swimming and a lazy day of mindless fishing. After L.B.C., Bennet would like to be a M.D. STANLEY W. KAZUN Stan is a nine year man from the St. Casimir ' s area. Besides working on the Student Council as student body president, he is busy with Glee Club, Yearbook, intramural football, and managing the bookstore. Stan also spends a lot of time at music - either guitar, piano, or accordion, and plays in a band. He plans to study medicine at U.B.C. BRUCE T. KENNEDY Bruce has been commuting from the Pt. Grey area for four years now. After a tough six hours of academics, he likes to escape, sometimes to home movie-mak- ing. Bruce will be at U.B.C. next year, where he will further his plans for a spe- cialty in commerce. NORMAN G. LAMBERT From Invermere, Norm has been boarding at College for five years. School activities this year include Varsity football and Pep Club, while extracurricular activities involve skiing, driving, and riding. Norm may be going into law: but, at any rate, will be at U.B.C. next year. ROBERT A. LAZZAROTTO During his five year visit at College, Tony has had the privilege of wearing a College football jacket since his sophomore year. When not playing intramural football and volleyball, he enjoys skiing and swimming. After U.B.C., Tony hopes to enter the world of private enterprise. JAMES E. LEAHY Hailing from Holy Name Parish, Jack has spent twelve years at V.C. When not busy with Drama Club, he enjoys swimming, and fishing. After this year. Jack plans on going to U.B.C. 28 MARK LEBLANC Mark has been coming to College for five years. When not busy with U.N. Club, he enjoys motorcycling, painting, playing the guitar, and especially cross-Canada hitchhiking. Mark hopes to get a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Physics through S.F.U. JAMES A. LOFTUS In the last of his ten years at College, Jim has been notorious as the man behind the lightning camera. When not photographically embarrassing people, he is very active in U.N. Club, Yearbook, intramural softball, and Glee Club. Jim’s hobbies include stamp and coin collecting, and model railroading. He plans on studying forestry at U.B.C. for the next few years. HUGH CONWAY LEGG During eight years at College, Hugh has been a consistent honour student, and as a class representative and basketball player, he is one of the select who never gets home before 7 o’clock. He spends a great deal of time negotiating for the Student Council. When not practising for Varsity basketball, he enjoys swimming and reading poetry. Hugh will be leaving a busy school life for U.B.C. next year. MARK E. LEJA One of the many Point-Grey daily commuters, Mark has been using bus tokens for four years. Besides participating in drama, he is a member of the newly formed Ski Club. Mark enjoys playing tennis, sailing, skiing, working in the bush and boat building. He hopes to take a year off to see Europe and then return to forestry at U.B.C. RICHARD LONGPRE Rich has made the daily trek from the Properties for twelve years now. Drama, football, debating, newspaper, and working as a member of the service committee keep him busy during the school day, while skiing makes life bearable after three. Rich wants to go east to study medicine after graduation. MALCOLM MACAULAY Malcolm, from St. Joseph the Worker Parish, has spent five years at College now. He plays football and enjoys swimming fishing, and T.V. As long as the world keeps turning, we will see Malcolm at B.C.I.T. 29 MICHAEL F. McCAFFERY A man of literary talents, Mike has, in the last two years, done time with the staffs from both the Yearbook and newspaper. He enjoys listening to music and people, driving cars, and tinkering. Mike is another of those globetrotter types who hopes to travel the world and enjoy the fruits of freedom. ALEX J. MacINNES Another Richmondite, Alex has made the daily pilgrimage for six years now. Besides savouring his lunch hour, he enjoys the Economics course and skiing. If the future holds out, A1 will enter U.B.C. and eventually become a social worker. DAVE MACKINTOSH Dave is one of the club who rides a motorcycle to school every day. After running all the lights from Richmond to Shaughnessy, he takes part in drama along with intramural football and basketball. Besides relaxing and not letting school work bother him too much. Dave enjoys music and scrambling up mountains. Dave hopes to travel a lot. 1 NEIL C. MacLEOD Another senior resident student, Neil has spent a pleasant two years at the College. Besides participating in the poster club and intramural softball, he enjoys cars, beach parties, and helping damsels in distress. Neil plans to put in a four year appearance in the U.B.C. Faculty of Arts. JOHN McGERAGLE John has journeyed to V.C. every day from the St. Patrick’s area of Vancouver. After a hard day of academics, he enjoys painting and reading. John plans on entering the Faculty of Education at U.B.C. CAMERON C. McLACHLAN Another Ft. Grey man, Cameron has been coming into to College for six years now. Sports Editor for the yearbook, Cameron also plays intramurals. Next year, U.B.C. will welcome him into the science department. 30 “Here we see Jamie Morton, the man with the flattened chin.” ian McMillan A six-year man, Ian is known partly for his position in the library. After U.N. Club, intramural football, basketball, and volleyball, he enjoys library work and watching the Montreal Canadiens beat the Toronto Maple Leafs. The next few years will find Ian at U.B.C., in the Faculty of Education or at the study of law. LARRY G. MAMOSER During six years, Larry has become another of College’s elite ski enthusiasts. After a rough Varsity Football practise or game, he enjoys oil painting and more football. Larry plans on entering U.B.C. next year and getting his B.A. MICHAEL A. MEEGAN A three-year resident student from Ocean Falls, Mike lakes part in drama and intramural football and basketball. He gets his jollies watching the B.C. Lions lose and listening to records. Mike’s future plans include a trip to his native Ireland for a year and then on to S.F.U. WERNER MAURER Werner has been lending his individualistic mannerisms to College for six years. After a rough schoolday, he enjoys skiing, sailing, playing guitar, chess, ping-pong, and a little wine, women, and song. Werner’s future includes S.F.U. and eventually recognition as the greatest jazz guitarist man has ever known. 31 WILLIAM R. MITCHELL Part of Bill ' s seven years at College have been spent as a very vital behind-the-scenes man. He is one of the electronic engineers behind all the noise heard in the gym. A genuine radio bug, he spends his spare time involved with radio-building, short-wave sets, stereos, and electronic experimentation. Bill hopes to get a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at U.B.C. V JOHN H. NIXON John has completed the marathon twelve years at College, this year as U.N. Club president and as a Glee Club member. He is interested in stamp collecting, model railroading, hiking, and camping. John would like to study commerce and hopes to someday become a Member of Parliament. John will be on a private diplomatic mission at U.B.C. next year. JAMIE MORTON A resident student, Jamie came to College from Crescent Beach for Grade twelve. He enjoys restoring his car, writing, and swimming. On completing his senior year. Jamie will be moving on to U.B.C. MICHAEL NJAKARA A six-year man at College, Mike has been kept busy as a member of the football and track teams as well as the Glee Club. After 3:10 he enjoys driving cars, playing piano, travelling, and wheeling and dealing on the stock market. If the future remains bright, Mike will be at U.B.C. next year and eventually Medical School. DON J. MORRISON A future U.B.C. student, Don ornated V.C. with his appearance four years ago. Active in intramural football, soccer, and Drama Club, he enjoys many things after school including water-skiing, pool, and tearing apart golf balls. Don plans to make his living as a pilot. JOSEPH J. MOYLS Joe comes from the Immaculate Conception area of Vancouver. He enjoys people and listening to music. Having completed a five year period at College, Joe will be setting out for unknown points. 32 TERENCE O ' NEILL One of the Club from the British Properties, Terry has been at College for five years. He manages to have spare time after Varsity football. Yearbook and Glee Club for Intramurals and Drama Club. Terry enjoys water-skiing, swimming, and taking things apart. He’ll be crossing Lions Gate Bridge daily again next year to attend U.B.C. KEVAN C. PERRINS Kevan has been commuting daily from Richmond for six years, spending a lot of time in the Yearbook room. His favourite ways of passing time are with girls, cars, and music. Kevan will be at U.B.C. for the next few years. One of the highlights of College life— Colliflowers. PETER PETRUNIA Pete is a native of Chilliwack, and has been boarding at College for five years now. Besides intramural football and basketball, he enjoys cars and water sports. Pete will be in the Arts department at U.B.C. next year. SILVANO RANALETTA Silvano has spent five years at College. After Varsity football. Monogram and Pep Clubs, and intramural basketball, he enjoys soccer, cars, pool, girls, and money. Silvano plans on being a big success in life, with law degree from U.B.C. or S.F.U. ANTHONY F. PULICE Tony is another one of the elite who has made the trek to College for twelve years. Besides Drama Club, he enjoys sports and sleeping. Tony is taking a year off for travel and then plans to get both feet into dentistry at U.B.C. MURRAY ROSS Another big football player, Murray has been riding the overground subway from Pt. Grey for six years now. After football practice, he still finds time for the Monogram Club. Murray won’t have as far to go next year when he attends U.B.C. for a degree in Commerce. PHIL SEIPP After six years at College, Phil has found a second home in the yearbook room as editor of Seniors. After-school interests include playing the stock market, bowling, unorganized football, and golf. Phil plans on entering U.B.C., first in Arts and then on to Commerce. TREVOR ROWE Trevor has been a resident student for four years now. Between study halls he enjoys music, ping-pong, bowling, and doing weird things. Trevor’s future holds a great deal of travelling and maybe a spot at the University of Ohio. STEPHEN M. SHABALA His first year at College, Steve passes time after school by playing poker, basketball, or chess. After a higher education at either U.B.C. or McGill, Steve may return to his native Whitehorse to take things over. MARK RYAN During his four years at College, Mark has spent a great deal of time developing his mind in and out of school. After a long day of education, he enjoys creativity, sports, and thinking. Mark’s future probably lies at U.B.C. MIKE SHEPARD During his first year at V.C., Mike joined the Glee Club. Finishing the academic side of life, he enjoys different kinds of music. After U.B.C., Mike plans on entering the field of biology or education. LOU STRUVE In his last year at College, Lou has spent hours after school at Varsity football practices. School activities include Monogram Club and intramural sports. Lou particularly enjoys mechanics, tinkering, and girls. Lou plans on a university education and marriage. PETER WESIK In his first year at College, Pete has played a big part in Varsity football and basketball. After school he enjoys playing tennis and going to the beach. Pete plans on spending the next few years at U.B.C. GARVIN F. WALLACE During the last of his two years at College, Garvin is one of the many who works in the Drama Club. While continuing to ski, he plans on a position in the commercial world by way of business administration and eventually accounting. After furthering his interests in travel, Garvin will be at Mount Royal College in Calgary. DAVE WHITLOCK After five years at College, Dave has become another member of the V.C. branch of the Japanese motorcycle squad. After academics, he enjoys motorcycling, fishing, swimming, and soccer. Dave plans on a higher education, possibly at U.B.C. wm KIM WATERMAN A resident student for five years from Whiterock, Kim has been editor of the Yearbook during his senior year. He enjoys listening to music and writing poetry. Besides furthering studies at U.B.C., Kim plans to travel after graduation. I f " .IE J JOHN WILSON During his four years here, John has spent a lot of time in Drama, soccer, football, and basketball. His spare time is spent aquatically: swimming, diving, or water-skiing. The next stop will be U.B.C. and hopefully a place in the medical or dental profession. 35 JIM WINGHAM Jim is also a local twelfth year man. During this time he has worked for the Drama Club and passes spare time on cars, girls, and books. Jim will be at U.B.C. next year, where he plains on a commerce specialty. The guest ranch in Penticton provided the setting for the senior retreats. Mike Meegan finds the quiet Okanagan Lake a hig help in his thoughts. JOHN WOODS A local St. Peter and Paul parishioner. John has made his name at College partly through his position as stage manager of Drama Club productions. John particularly enjoys meeting people and dating. He plans on majoring in theatre history at university. BOB WYLIE Boh has been a boarder for four years now from Masset, B.C. Between studies, study halls, he enjoys basketball and hunting. Bob’s future consists of U.B.C. and a major in commerce and business administration. NORRIS H.C. YANG In Canada only a short while before starting his senior year at College, Norris has become notorious as a very professional photographer. After working for Yearbook and Bowling Club, he enjoys tennis and badminton. He plans on a science degree from U.B.C. orS.F.U. STEVE A. YEHLE Another student spending an epic twelve years at College, Steve is from the local school parish. After the books and Drama Club, he enjoys golfing, dating, fishing and listening to real rock music. 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Pete Wesik 278-6682 1605 Highbury St. Cameron McLachlan 224-9160 4056 W. 8th Ave. Dave Whitlock 224-7938 735 W. 63rd Ave. Neil MacLeod 325-1589 Box 26 John Wilson Tofino, B.C. 2241 E. 46th Ave. Ian McMillan 325-2612 2849 W. 18th Ave. Jim Wingham 733-9681 6338 Granville St. Larry Mamoser 261-5650 5173 Joyce St. John Woods 433-0798 1215 W. 26th Ave. Werner Maurer 738-1201 766 W. 39th Ave. Bob Wylie 266-5489 Masset, B.C. Mike Meegan Norris Yang Box 1012 c o 6074 Main St. Ocean Falls, B.C. 325-3960 Bill Mitchell Steve Yehle 2975 W. 37th Ave. 4676 Selkirk St. 263-5838 731-1436 Don Morrison 115 Woodstock Ave. 327-7110 Jamie Morion 12655-26th Ave. White Rock, B.C. Joe Moyls 4126 Highbury St. 224-3420 GRADE 8 “Who says varsity players didn’t start out in narrow hallways? ” demands Gilbert Gutfreund. HOME ROOM 81 . FIRST ROW: James Garayt, Ivor Ladd, David Hancock, Ralph Maurer, Tadeusz Krzeminski, Stephen Iverson, Tony Ciccozzi, Christopher Curley, Paul Percheson, Tim Battle. SECOND ROW: Gino Stradiotti, Paul Tompkins, Ron Sengara, Albert Borget, Graham Ronan, Leslie Adamovich, Michael Fuhrmann, Michael Boyce, John Fee. THIRD ROW: Peter Hopkins, Alain Rivollier, Lome Smith, John Lenahan, Gardner Day, John McClarnon, Robert Ross, Michael Mylett, Guy Moyls, John Ho. FOURTH ROW: Fred Gerry, Diarmuid Dick, Tim Nixon, David McGivern, Martin Macdonald, Gerald Kirk, Donal O’Callaghan, Michael Flahiff. ABSENT: Robert Carpenter, Gregory Girard. AW ■ ■ 1 hr tt 40 HOME ROOM 82. FIRST ROW: Don Maclnnes, Richard Roberts, Angel Lostale, Paul Brettell, Gray Allison, William Minns, Joey Antonelli. SECOND ROW: Mark Petriw, Robert Dodsworth, Brent Huyton, John Lynch, Enrique Crame, Robert Victor, Jim Joyce, Jack Ferguson, Roy Lincoln. THIRD ROW: Gilbert Gutfreund, Paul Bekenn, Jack Beaton, Stephen Sweeney, Ted Mahler, John Zitko, Adonis Garcia, Richard Bauln, Paul Dutton, Lome Hugh, Dennis Bosa, Grant Wawryk, Frank Soltysiak. FOURTH ROW: Jim Paradis, Will McGrogan, John Fraser, Declan Brennan, Jeff Anderson, Don Gordon, Kevin Lewis, Dominique Massot. John Carey, Floyd Gillis. ABSENT: Christopher Harvey. HOME ROOM 83. FIRST ROW: Joe Leahy, Alfredo Bermude, Peter Harrison, Stefan Schulhof, David Walker, Chris Lynch, Hank Luyten, Richard Soet. SECOND ROW: Brian BeBek, Jim Vacheresse, Charles DeMarre, Edward Kazun, Keith Zelinsky, Lome Dakin, Alberto Montemayor, Gordon Lock, Bill Lamb, Ray Houle. THIRD ROW: John Busswood, Jean Picard, Michael O’Conner, Paul Long, Frank Boyle, Don McIntyre. Ross McLeod, Danny Vassey, Craig Favreau, Greg Routledge. FOURTH ROW: Joaquin Crame, Richard Cichon, Marcus Collier, Bob Stewart, Charles Gibson, Bart Tichelman, Patrick Pierzynska. John Kowbel, David Baker. ABSENT: Riccardo Guzzon, Paul Poulier. GRADE 9 HOME ROOM 91. FIRST ROW: Barry Leclair, Roger Cornfoot, Brian Quilty, Jacques Chalifoux, Ben McTaggart, Jerry Griffin, Peter Lostale, Bruce Culver. SECOND ROW: Jim McCreight, Marcel Des Roches, George Bernemann, Doug Harrington, Leo Auer, Lawrence Rogers, Donald Kyle, Jim Patterson, Michael Roberts, Jules Wilkins. THIRD ROW: Domenic Boni, Denis Dupas, Jim Schellenberg, Thomas Ludescher, Robert McNaughton, James Dalton, Terry Flahiff, Paul Lloyd, Gary Mclnnally, Paul Levasseur, George Onufreychuk. FOURTH ROW: Anthony Gojevic, John Nagy, Ken Charpentier, Ken Keir, Chris O’Toole, Terry Pitcher, Mike Kenny, Greg Scully, Peter Bardach. ABSENT: Neil Walker, Benjie Mctaggart. HOME ROOM 92. FIRST ROW: Matt Foreman, Roger Meloche, Greg Andrews, Mike McLaughlin, Lawrie O’Neill, Paul Lawson, John Dowling, David Smith, Franco Pastro. SECOND ROW: Ronald Dumont, Duncan Chisholm, Shayne Konar, Leonard Soet, Guy Ethier, Bret Haughian, Seamus O’Melinn, John Johanson, Mare Maisonville , Joe Oeser. THIRD ROW: Kevin Finnegan, Jeff Tyson, Mike Macleod, Danny Gourley, John Schretlen, Mark Simpson, Bert Zethof, Frank Hokhold, David Mills, Eugene Farley. FOURTH ROW: Kerry Philley, Paul Jull, Gary Cheung, Paul Spence, Terry Conner, Anthony Carlson, Patrick Hayden, Julius Pataky, Stephen Costello, Gerry Van Gaans. ABSENT: Rod Crump. 42 % ■ M JBUtl - ' ;i : BHl £$$$ is ■ BBp ’Swi in ii Domenic Boni and Carl Kumpera challenge Roger Robillard for his Latin homework. GRADE 9 HOME ROOM 93. FIRST ROW: Joseph Campbell, Normand Leclaire, Steve Murphy, Paul Mahler, Robert Hein, John Goldsmith, Paul Lewis, Greg Riggs. SECOND ROW: Stephen Ellis, Peter Hill, Randy Murray, Jim Cavin, William Lazzarotto, Brian Roels, Bill Gordon, Clem Jaworsky, Louie Stefani, Albin Dukowski. THIRD ROW: Brent Lynch, Danny Sullivan, Donald White, Brian Oleskiw, Norman Wild, Ted Blenkers, Tony Schneider, Peter Rees, Serge Milaire, Tim Pickstone. FOURTH ROW: John Cullen, Carl Kumpera, Paul Cowlig, Bill McGowan, Greg Heenan, Ed Leahy, Allan Thomas, Mark McNair, Stewart French. ABSENT: Ford Estry, Joe Lidgate, Roger Robillard. “We break out at three ten, pass the word,” whispers Jim Gormican. GRADE 10 ' Dejection” HOME ROOM 101. FIRST ROW: Bill Lore, Brian Cruise, John Smulders, Gerald Forbes, Tim Delesalle, Pedro Re, Tim Baker. SECOND ROW: Kevin Lyons, Joe Patterson, James Edgar, Rick Wilander, Murray McGuigan, Tim Mylett, Brad Oliver, Rene Korst, Gary Gibson. THIRD ROW: Leo Brenzinger, Cody Pantages, Mike Murphy, Jim Redmond, David Kosick, Harry Borget, Doug Hughes, Richard Nantel, Larry Oleskiw. FOURTH ROW: Michael Fanning, Vincent Ling, Chris Shepard, Ron Tremblay, Marc Lavertu, Dan Clarke, Mike Dickinson, George Paauw. ABSENT: Paul Culling, Tom Eakins. 44 HOME ROOM 102. FIRST ROW: Daniel Garayt, Randy King, Robert Whalen, Anthony Stefanov, Richard Lassalle, Randall Jang, John Gawthorp, David Nixon, Michael Cliffe. SECOND ROW: Gyle Atter, Douglas Johnstone, Chris Barber, Rodney Cox, Bruce Hepburn, Gary Osborne, Harry DeMarre, Ron Norman, Peter Anton. THIRD ROW: John Herring, Dan Murray, Don Gorman, Stephen Rooney, John McGuiness, Carlo Camillo, Max Fraser, Nick Gallagher, Jim Gormican, John Munsie. FOURTH ROW: Paul McGivern, Andrew Lai, Rick Ginnetti, Frank Hynes, Bruce Hunter, Peter Curley, Terry Bogyo, Manrico Baumann, Jeff Reeske, Robert Sitter. ABSENT: John Mulvaney, Jim Redfern. 45 “The wages of sin are Aghh,” laments Jeff Reeske. GRADE 10 HOME ROOM 103. FIRST ROW: Doug Parks, Anthony Chau, Guy Germyn, John Pratt, David MacKenzie, John Willson, Greg McLaren. SECOND ROW: Dennis Birch, Fred Lerf, Joe Carpenter, Tom Heys, Bryan McIntyre, Norman Gaboury, Ted Assu, Frank Janesin, Kent Jones. THIRD ROW: Tom Gordon, Jim Barrie, Dave James, James Deacon, Greg Goulet, Joe Escaravage, Gary Breaks, Gordon Moss, Ralph Wimmer, Allen Foley. FOURTH ROW: Steve Rule, Michael Regan, Bill Fetherstonhaugh, Nico Beuk, Flugh MacDonald, Paul Boyle, Michael Kingsmill. ABSENT: Pat Clark, Leo South. Br. Dunn operates pre-class conselling service. 1 “If you think I’m going to let this bother me your absolutely right,” moans Dale Walker. GRADE 11 A P? U t t Z ■ • ap-.a - lm ■ J fl Wjgr fe m HOME ROOM 111. FIRST ROW: Jim Clarke, Mark Miller, Terry Raappana, Richard Murphy, Brendan O’Connell, Lome Teraguchi, Tony Formby, George Wolfe. SECOND ROW: Larry Ozero, Lloyd Dowd, Pat O’Brien, Chris Scarff, Steve Mackenzie, Carl Wimmer, Paul Robillard, Donald DesRoches, Mark Hyder. THIRD ROW: Hugh MacKinnon, Jerry Mones, Richard Richardson, Steve Rogers, Leonard Giroday, William French, Charles Lariviere, Doug Cullen, Derek Warren, Assu Nijdam. FOURTH ROW: Tom Beechinor, Cahl Madden, Mike Kelly, Barry Fraser, John Phillips, Stewart MacDonald, Greg Battle, Andy Perry. 47 { “What this school needs is a last-five-minutes study hall,” suggests Blake Morris to Gary Koss. J I Tom Harris coaxes his little elf to turn Tom Beechinor into a frog. j HOME ROOM 112. FIRST ROW: Louis Conway, Paul Hacault, Ed Flood, Paul Carrothers, Bill Harrison, Grant Casper, Richard Bacchus, Garry Mitchel, Mike Boreham. SECOND ROW: Bill Fraser, Tom Harris, Mark Schretlen, Stephen Boyle, Bill O’Brien, Dale Walker, Jim Boyle, Phillip Legg, Wayne Diakow, Ian Stuart, John Roberts. THIRD ROW: Chris Bernard, John Cawker, Brian Bergstrom, Bradley Dusseault, Gerald Redmond, Edwin Tse, Peter Isman, Noel Foley, Wes Hendry, Anthony Bekenn. FOURTH ROW: Gary Koss, Robert Aird, John Elden, Mark Faliszewski, Michael Redmond, Les Csanyi, David Leckshas, Ted Wawryniuk, Robert Duncan, Charles Stuart. ABSENT: Dan Grant. 48 “I just can’t believe it! I’m just too-o-o beautiful! ” notes Ed Flood. GRADE 11 HOME ROOM 113. FIRST ROW: Mark Atherton, Juan Valera, Bryan Fortin, Blake Morris, Richard Paris, Bob Godfrey, Doug Mackay, John March, Paul Odermatt. SECOND ROW: John Blake, Donald Inverarity, Ian Gibson, Ed Johnson. Richard Reiter. Robert Musgrove, Chris White, Jim Marchand, Brian Savage, Clyde MacFeod. THIRD ROW: Michael Mackay-Dunn, Mike Ryan, Talbott Reader, Greg McCaffery, Paul Wong, David Macvey, Conrad Schwandner, Daniel Baker, Dan Ashworth, Terry Murphy, Kevin O ' Neill. FOURTH ROW: Barry Janyk, Tormod Tolpinrud, Patrick Regan, Larry Kennedy, Bordon Hayward, Dennis Ross, Bob Cardinal, Geoff Storey. Br. Bucher and Br. Dawe reach the end of the “Miles For Millions” walk. Moderator Br. Lyons gives advice to the Student Council. STUDENT FRONT ROW: Mike MacKay-Dunn, Hugh MacKinnon, Brian Eivemark, Stan Kazun, Pat Finnerty, Tim Mylett, Bill O’Brien, Mike MacIntyre, Hugh Legg, Paul Lloyd, Dave Mills. BACK ROW: Phil Giuliani. ABSENT: Jim Redfern, Roger Robillard. COUNCIL One of the more important organizations of the school, the Student Council is composed of class representatives from grades nine to twelve. Under the leadership of President Stan Kazun, the Council plans activities for the student body. These activities include school dances, pep rallies, guest speakers and the graduation festivities. This year saw the purchase of a portable mass kit and twelve cheerleader sweaters. The Council is indebted to moderator Br. Lyons for his consistent efforts and encouragement. An outstanding job was done on this year’s Leadership Conference — a gathering of eighty-five students from all over the Lower Mainland brought together to discuss the problems that beset high school youth today. Leonard Giroday waits for his opponent to say too much. Robert Godfrey seems to think that he has the whole debate question sewn up. PUBLIC SPEAKING AND DEBATE Public Speaking and Debate is a longtime organization of Vancouver College and this year the membership is especially strong. The club is very aptly guided by moderator Br. D.F. Nash, president Wayne Bedford, and vice-president Bill Fraser. Wayne Bedford is also the president of the Society of Independant Debators. Another member of the club, Tony Formby, was sent to Toronto to represent Vancouver College in a national debate. The highlight of the year is the competition for the Newman Cup which took place at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in March. Kevin O’Neill sees a loophole in the argument but Rich Longpre wants to wait. 55 Terry O ' Neill and Phil Seipp show different expressions as Br. Maher speaks. John Daws coaxes the enlarger to focus properly. Gary Koss prepares to shuffle another set of file cards. COLLEGIAN John Roberts thinks he has linked up a name with a picture but Larry Biggar and Dave Garay t are ready to object. STAFF Editor-in-Chief assisted by Kim Waterman Gerry Redmond Seniors Editor assisted by Phil Seipp Mike McCaffery Louis Dumont Sports Editor assisted by Cameron MacLachlan Phil Eivemark Terry O’Neill Busihess Editor assisted by Stan Kazun Dennis Giroday Kevin Perrins Classes Editor assisted by Larry Biggar John Roberts Copy Editor Edwin Tse Activities Editor assisted by Davis Garayt Chuck Hayden John Cabana Grammar School Editor assisted by Mike McCaffery Robert Duncan Darkroom Chief assisted by John Daws Danny Grant John Roberts Photography Editor assisted by Norris Yang Jim Loftus Files Editor assisted by Gary Koss Chris Bernard Advisor Br. G.P. Lyons Moderator Br. M.A. Maher “I wonder if Levi Strauss will get his $30.00 worth,” muses Stan Kazun to himself as Kevan Perrins and Dennis Giroday list the cheques. 57 -3 FRONT ROW: Randy King, Guy Germyn, Paul Odermatt, Brad Dusseault, Edwin Tse, Ian Stuart, Bob Godfrey, Mike Murphy, David Leckschas, John Wilson. SECOND ROW: Larry Ozero, Don Brodeur, Ed Johnson, Dennis Birch, Garvin Wallace, Steve Shabala, Bill Jones, Pat Finnerty, Gerry Boomer, Dan Murray. THIRD ROW: Harry DeMarre, John DeMarre, Norman Lambert, Mike Delesalle, Don Bowen, Conrad Sch wander, Jamie Morton, Paul Wong. SENIOR RESIDENT STUDENTS The Senior Resident Students form an elite group in the school. The life of a resident student is somewhat similiar to that of a day student. There are regular study classes in the evening to keep up their grades. On the second floor of McCormack Hall, the boarders have a recreation room and a T.V. room. Here, they enjoy the comforts of life including pool, ping-pong, poker, and chess; to relax there is television and music. The resident students also keep active in the various sports and activities around the school. Trevor Rowe receives a trim from the barber, Mr. Kelley. FRONT ROW: Norm Gabouray, Stewart McDonald, Gerry Redmond, Borden Hayward, Norris Yang, Mike Meegan, Bob Duncan, John March, Pedro Re, Tim Delesalle. SECOND ROW: Bill Fraser, Ross MacDougall, Ian Gibson, Jerry Mones, Bob Wylie, Neil MacLeod, Trevor Rowe, Mike Njakara, Bill Costello, Kim Waterman. THIRD ROW: Danny Grant, Pete Petrunia, Dan Godfrey, Charlie Lariviere, Wes Hendry, Brian Bergstrom, Derek Warren, Brad Oliver, Jim Barrie. 59 Jerry Griffin smashes the ball over the net. JUNIOR RESIDENT STUDENTS FRONT ROW: Steve Iverson, Wolfgang Eheblad, Bill Lore, Matt Foreman, Ron Andrews, Declan Brennan, Richard Bauln, Bill Williams, Jerry Griffin. SECOND ROW: Gyle Atter, Bruce Hepburn, Ted Assu, Joe Escaravage, Mike Redmond, Alain Rivollier, George Bernemann, Charles DeMarre, Marc Lavertu. THIRD ROW: John Lynch, Kent Jones, Mark Simpson, Gordon Lock, Paul Long, Gerry Forbes, Terry Pitcher, Tony Carlson, Leo Brenzinger, Joe Carpenter. FRONT ROW: John Dowling, Paul Mahler, John Pratt, Stephen Murphy, Luis Casian, Luis Sarabia, William Minns, Dale McGregor, Chris Yzerman. SECOND ROW: George Paauw, Robert Hein, Leo Brenzinger, Greg Goulet, Frank Janesin, John Munsie, Don Gorman, Ron Tremblay, Jack Ferguson, A1 Montemayor. THIRD ROW: Lome Dakin, John Busswood, Gary Mclnally, William McGowan, John Ho, John Gawthrop, Stefan Stencil, Bert Zethof, Allan Thomas, Ray Houle. The Junior Resident Students form one large family at the College. They live on the third floor of McCormack Hall where plenty of activity is provided to absorb their abundant supply of energy. They are engaged in many vigorous sports throughout the school year. Studying is an important aspect in the life of a resident student. Through the help and supervision of the moderators, Brs. Kelly, Rose, and Carrothers, the junior students form good study habits to last the rest of their school years. Charles DeMarre ponders over his next move. a f Ruth and Eileen put up with the headaches of a Greenwich Village apartment. DRAMA CLUB “I’m very sorry ladies, but you’ll have to go! ” insists Tony Bekenn. Ruth (Helen Croft) gives back the hats to the Brazilian ambassador (Louis Conway) under the amazed eyes of her father (Larry Ozero) and her sister (Dawn-Elena Reilly). Mr. Bob Ross, Drama director, led the club in very successful performances. The Club has maintained the high standard set by Director Bob Ross and Moderator Br. Fitzpatrick. The Little Flower Academy and Vancouver College Drama Clubs merged to put out performances which entertained audiences for two and a half hours. Singing a delightful medley of tunes, the Glee Club set the mood before each performance. The stage crew was another factor in the success of the production. Headed by John Woods, the crew was on cue and swift so that everything flowed smoothly. John Woods receives a gift for his efficient work backstage. 63 vU FRONT ROW. Left to Right: Doug Cullen, Jim Loftus, Bennet Kopecki, Br. J.C. Dunn, John Nixon, Mike Redmond, Chris Bernard. MIDDLE ROW: Doug Johnstone, Chris Barber, Faustin Chouinard, Mark LeBlanc, Carl Wimmer, Assu Nijdam, Ian Stuart. BACK ROW: Dave Garayt, John Roberts, Gerry Redmond, John Daws, Dave Nixon, Brendan O’Connell, Gary Koss. Gary Koss, Doug Johnstone, John Roberts, and Gerry Redmond, representing the Czechoslovakian delegation, prepare for the General Assembly. The U.N. Club was well organized and quite active this year. The President John Nixon and his assistants— Vice-President: Bennet Kopecki, Secretary: Mike Redmond, and Treasurer: Jim Loftus,— aided in providing an interesting club. The club participated in model assemblies at Shoreline and Burnaby and held its third annual assembly this year. UN CLUB The Canadian delegation, Marc Leblanc, Jim Loftus, and John Nixon, actively participate in the Shoreline Model U.N. Assembly. “Good Grief! Do you think Br. Drayton’s plants will ever survive this? ’’ enquires John Roberts of Chris Bernard. The Science Club consists of students interested in the phenomena of science. A small membership and extensive liberties of the laboratories allow its members to pursue their individual interests. Although some experiments do end with unpredicted results, everyone broadens his scope of scientific knowledge. Br. Drayton, moderator, proved to be an invaluable aid to both the members and the existence of the club. " Now where did Br. Lyons manage to place that phenolphthalein,” muses Chris Bernard. Gary Koss lends all of his concentration to the preparation of his refined " brew’. 65 BOWLING This is the first year of existence for the Bowling Club and the response was excellent. Just before Christmas the league gave way to the Fireballs who got the highest team score. Single champions received different trophies: Borden Hayward received the trophy for the highest scorer in all the games. " A perfect ball, ' ’ says Larry Ozero to himself. Mike Njakara ponders his next shot. “Now if I can get another strike ...” thinks Br. Dunn. FRONT ROW: Mike Meegan, Doug Cullen, Hugh Legg, Max Fraser, Mark Miller, Chris Gallagher. BACK ROW: John Cliffe, Brian McIntyre, Don Inverarity, John Nixon, Stan Kazun, Jim Harrington. PEP CLUB Members of the Pep Club, Rich Hugh, Don Inverarity. John Nixon, and John Cliffe, give another victory cheer. School Spirit in the school is aroused by the efforts of the Pep Club. Through their work, they lead the student body in attending and cheering at all College games. The club is composed of enthusiastic students from grades ten to twelve. Under the leadership of Don Inverarity, they prepare cheers and give example to students at pep rallies and games. Immense student support is gained and our teams come on strong. FRONT ROW: Rich Longpre, Mike MacKay-Dunn, Kevin O’Neill, Barry Janyk, Conrad Schwandner, John Callaghan, Rich Hugh, Grant Casper. SECOND ROW: Jim Harrington, Cody Pantages, Lou Struve, Joe Gordon. Kent Jones, John DeMarre, Rob Harrington, Silvano Ranalletta, Chris Scarff. THIRD ROW: Bill Fraser, John Blake, Ross McDougall, Paul Giroday, Faustin Chouinard, Mike Giuliani, Ian Gibson. Rich Longpre and his assistants divide food during the Christmas hamper drive. MONOGRAM CLUB The Monogram Club, composed of lettermen from grades ten to twelve, has been active again this year. Under the presidency of Richard Longpre, the club sponsored a hamper drive at Christmas. GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: John Lynch, Martin MacDonald, Danny Garayt, James Paradis, Dave Hancock, Greg Girard, Barry LeClair, John Fraser, Br. Taylor. SECOND ROW: Fred Lerf, Richard Bacchus, Tom Ludescher, Mike Shepard, Ian Stuart, Jim Deacon, Geoff Storey, Mike MacKay-Dunn, Stan Kazun. THIRD ROW: Pat Clark, Shawn Kennedy, Bob Duncan, Ed Kazun, Tony Stefanov, John Lenahan, Jim Joyce, Hugh MacKinnon, Barry Janyk. FOURTH ROW: Kevin Lyons, John DeMarre John Nixon, Marc Lavertu, Tim Mylett, Jim Barrie, Brian Bergstrom, Mike Njakara, John Daws, Steve MacKenzie, Terry O’Neill. f I ? L . Jk ■ jffi KW-sr SmSSB MgS H JH Mm n fH8 I1l g|| V| WBk . Bp ; | a tt MSr ME ml - - jm Hr k Pll Jr l JP K ■ jm 69 ART The art class is a special activity where students allow their artistic talents to run freely. The fledgling artists receive helpful assistance from Jim Harrington and Br. Dunn, their moderator. “Now where did 1 put that dot? ” ponders John Gawthrop. “What do you mean you want your sheet of copper back? ’’ mutters John McClarnon. “Sure it’s a nice picture but I just don’t want to buy it. COPPER TOOLING Under Br. Ridgley’s, Br. King s, and Br. Roses guidance the copper tooling class produced some veritable works of art. The students diligently applied themselves to produce images on sheets of copper. A long time dormant, the copper tooling class is making a good reappearance. 71 Longpre and Harrington clear the way for Kevin O ' Neill. VARSITY FOOTBALL ’68 Paul Giroday barges up the middle. The 1968 Irish opened their season with a 14-2 loss to Mercer Island, displaying a strong defense but an inconsistent offense. The team then travelled to Wenatchee, a highly rated American school, and were beaten 33-0. Back home in friendly surroundings, the Irish crushed Britannia 35-0, and then returned south only to lose a hard fought game to East Bremerton 19-6. The following Saturday the Irish travelled to O’Dea, and handed them a 19-8 loss. The team then returned home and began play in the Skyline League, first smashing St. Thomas More 33-0, and then Centennial 42-0. The Irish played poorly in their next game but were still more than a match for Killarney, a strong Vancouver District team, winning 31-0. Against the strongest Notre Dame team in years the Irish couldn’t get started. A fired-up Notre Dame defense coupled with a swift offense handed the College a 40-13 defeat, ending our Shrine Bowl hopes. There were many individual standouts on this year’s team. In the offensive backfield, Ross MacDougall, Paul Giroday, Rich Hugh and Richard Longpre provided the power. Rob Harrington, Terry O’Neill, Jim Harrington and Lou Struve gave the backfield the blocking they needed. The defense, which shut out four teams, was led by Mike MacKay-Dunn, Silvano Ranalletta, and Mike Giuliani. Because of the great number of juniors and sophomores, the Irish look strong for next season. 74 Tom Gordon tops the action. FIRST ROW: Rich Hugh, Lou Struve, Andy Graham, Doug Cullen, John Elden, Dale Walker, Norm Lambert, Cody Pantages, Grant Casper. SECOND ROW: Lonnie Dennis, Coach; Nick Miller, Coach; Larry Mamoser, Rob Harrington, Rich Longpre, Mike Giuliani, Chris Scarff, Joe Gordon, Kevin O’Neill, Vic Kristopatis, Coach; Ray MacLeod, Coach. THIRD ROW: Peter Isman, Bill Gunn, Mgr.; John Callaghan, Kent Jones, Silvano Ranalletta, Conrad Schwander, Paul Giroday, Terry O’Neill, Murray Ross, Len Giroday, Hugh MacKinnon, Barry Janyk, Mgr.; Paul Robillard. FOURTH ROW: Ian Gibson, Andy Perry, Tom Gordon, Jim Boyle, Pete Wesik, John Blake, Jim Harrington, Ross MacDougall, Steve Rogers, Mike Ryan, Mike MacKay-Dunn. ABOVE: Lou Struve opens a hole for Rich Hugh. LEFT: Rich Langpre beats his man for another long gain. BELOW: The photographer catches Ross MacDougall setting up to pass. This page sponsored by GIRODAY SAWMILLS LTD. Murray Ross and Terry O’Neill lead the blocking. “Don’t fumble! ” Mike Boreham pleads as opponents close in on ball carrier. ABOVE: Cody Pantages straight arms opponent. RIGHT: Pantages hands off to Mike MacLeod. J.V. FOOTBALL ’68 This year’s Junior Varsity team showed the spirit and determination that has been a trademark of all Irish teams. Under the capable coaching of Br. King, the J.V.’s recording three victories, Como Lake 21-0, Montgomery 12-0, and St. Thomas More 20-0, and one tough disappointing 13-6 defeat at the hands of Notre Dame. The experience and skills acquired by the members of the team will be invaluable in the years to come. We extend our apologies to the J.V. team members. Due to technical difficulties, the team picture was not available for reproduction. 79 FRONT ROW: Coach Enrique Crame, Mark Schretlen, Pete Wesik, Bill Fraser, Phil Eivemark, Paul Giroday, Juan Valera, Manager. BACK ROW: Nick Gallagher, Mike Kelly, Jim Redfern, Rick Wilander, Hugh Legg, Hugh MacKinnon, Ed Flood, Manrico Baumann, Manager. VARSITY BASKETBALL Coach Crame urges his players to give just a little bit more. For a record nineteenth time the Fighting Irish gained entrance into the B.C. High School basketball championship this season. College did not have the luck of the draw though, for on the first day they played tournament favourite Oak Bay and lost 44 to 30. Playing against Trail in the second game the Irish won in overtime, hut in their third game, again in overtime, the team lost to Nanaimo 54 to 49 and were eliminated from further play. The varsity started slowly this year, the high- light of their exhibition season being the winning of our own Emerald Tournament. Paul Giroday was voted most valuable player in the tourna- ment with Phil Eivemark and Nick Gallagher be- ing chosen for the first all-star team. In the Cross- -Mainland League the Irish fought to a second place finish, with an eight and four won-lost re- cord. Highlight of the league’s season came when College defeated M.E.l. 54 to 53. With inconsistent scoring the Irish had to rely heavily on their defense throughout the season. Leading the Irish defenders were Paul Giroday, who consistently harassed the opposition and Bill Fraser, whose shot-blocking and rebounding abil- ities were greatly relied upon. Offensively Phil Eivemark was the season’s high scorer, with Hugh Legg and Ed Flood adding valuable points. 80 SEASON’S RECORD v.c. OPPONENT 52 Chemainus 38 43 Oak Bay 62 40 Nanaimo 44 51 Delbrook 64 56 David Thompson 39 60 St. Thomas More 29 35 O’Dea 38 60 Notre Dame 32 55 O’Dea 41 48 Abbotsford 41 34 Windermere 55 48 Victoria 40 35 Semiahmoo 46 54 M.E.I. 53 60 North Surrey 47 39 Queen Elizabeth 49 54 Semiahmoo 37 56 Centennial 45 34 Abbotsford 50 50 St. Thomas More 46 57 Centennial 31 30 M.E.I. 52 58 Queen Elizabeth 45 37 North Surrey 35 Emerald Tournament 57 Notre Dame 27 58 Point Grey 37 Lower Mainland Tournament 64 Templeton 37 65 Burnaby South 63 44 Kitsilano 33 45 John Oliver 47 B.C. Tournament 30 Oak Bay 44 53 Trail 45 49 Nanaimo 53 Co-captains Hugh Legg, ABOVE, and Phil Eivemark, BELOW, show some of the drive that kept the Irish going this year. Concern shows on the faces of managers Bill O’Brien and Manrico Baumann. 82 Hugh Legg, Bill Fraser, and Rick Wilander have one aim in mind— the ball. A scene familiar to all— Phil Eivemark hitting a long jumper. Nick Gallagher speeds up the court against a John Oliver defender. • ' 83 B.C. TOURNAMENT OPPOSITE: Pete Wesik shows aggressiveness as he wins the jump against Oak Bay. Irish fight Irish as Ed Flood and Hugh Legg pull in a rebound. With his classy hook-shot Nick Gallagher nets two points. FRONT ROW; Coach Crame, Cody Pantages, Jim Refem, Mark Schretlen, Rick Wilander. Tim Mylett, Bill O’Brien, Manager. BACK ROW: Nick Gal- lagher, Dan Baker, Hugh MacKinnon, Mike Kelly, Marc Levertu. INTERMEDIATES ’ 69 i Mike Kelly refuses to be intimidated by a stubborn defender. This year’s intermediate team was very successful. Under the leadership of Coach Crame the Irish attained a record of ten wins and two losses in the intermediate division of the tough Cross-Mainland League, a re- cord good enough for second place. Both losses were to the eventual league winner. The Irish were led on the backcourt by sharp-shooting guards Nick Gallagher, the team’s leading scorer, and Dan Baker. Stand- outs on the boards were Mark Schretlen and Rick Wilander. . Rick Wilander eyes the basket as he moves past his check. In a crowd, Mark Schretlen brings down the rebound. Tim Mylett from the side, and Hugh MacKinnon from behind, worry a frustrated opponent. 87 Mike Dickinson moves up on his opponents at the Achilles Indoor Meet. TRACK Bruce Hunter and John Munsie set the pace. 4 - ' V , Brother Pender puts the track team through conditioning exercises. The Vancouver College Track Team, under the leadership of the coach, Br. Pender, regained the prominence which had been absent in recent years. During the past year the team has done well in many track meets including the Catholic High School Track and Field Meet where the College was first in the boys’ section and second overall, the Vancouver Relays where the team finished third among high schools, and in the B.C. high school inter-high track and field champions. Standouts on the team were Albin Dukowski, who set a Canadian record (10.6 seconds) in the juvenile boys’ 100 yard dash and Chris White who was captain of the Cross-Country team. Larry Oleskiw runs the final leg in the Vancouver Relays at Brockton Oval. Compliments of Mr. Frank Kearney and Dr. 0. E. Kirby FRONT ROW: Jeff Tyson, Paul Lloyd, Mike McLaughlin, Bert Zetoff, Dave Mills, Mark Simpson. BACK ROW: Paul Culling, Bret Haughin, Gary Shotton, Jerry Griffin, Manager; Jim Patterson, Shayne konar, Danny Sullivan. JUNIOR VARSITY ’69 Danny Sullivan fights for the ball as Dave Mills looks on. Under the experienced coaching of Brother Kelly, the Junior Varsity had a fine season. Against grade nine com- petition the J.V.’s were 15 and 2; against grade tens the Irish had a 13 to 9 win-loss record. Highlight of the season was the capturing of the Independent League Championship. Mike McLaughlin drives towards the basket. Max Fraser harasses John Cullen. Brad Dusseault awaits the outcome as a rebound is hotly contested. INTRAMURALS ’ 69 Brian Bergstrom shoots over Bob Harrington’s outstretched arm. This year s intramural basketball was the subject o f much attention. Under the direction of Br. Dunn, twelve teams from grades nine to twelve competed in a highly organ- ized after-school league. Teams from grade nine and ten played in a junior league, while teams from grade e- leven and twelve played in a senior league. In the junior final, class 103 “Shooters” trounced class 92 “Lakers” in a game that was never in doubt. In the senior final, highly fa- voured class 121 “Happy Hoopers” were upset by class 113 “Wildcats” who showed a fine combination of ball control and rebounding in an im- pressive victory. 91 d GRADE 1. FIRST ROW: Henry Waldock, David Denike, Bruce Shipley, Luca Merler, Christopher Goldie. SECOND ROW: Matthew Fahey, Janies Lenec. Luca Merler, Paul King. ABSENT: John McCann. GRADE 1 “La piece de resistance,” says Paul King to David Denike. “Great pianists are not born,” philosophizes Randy Tichelman. GRADE 2. FIRST ROW: Randy Tichelman, Michael Lopianowski, Chris Hormuses, Philip Carhoun, Pascal Byrne, Simon Bachmann, Alastair Jamieson, David King, Mark McGovern, Harold Waldock, Peter Locke, Andrew Kingsland. SECOND ROW: Gregory Lynch, Glenn Petty, Tommy Mulhern, Michael Reilly, Michael Fahrmann. Hugh McCaffrey, John Kenney, Ivan Revelant, Tenney Wilkins, Joseph Milton, Jimmy Favero, Richard Foley. 95 GRADE 3. FIRST ROW: Shaun Mulhern, Paul Goeujon, Paul Costello, Steven Roy, Marc Heyrman, Francis Fleming, Richard Zakrzewski, Dale O’Sullivan, Mark Bachmann. SECOND ROW: David Willison, James Somerville, John Jeakins, Michael Boskovich, Manuel Espinosa, Paul Irving, Kenneth Watt, Vincent Milton, Gordon Carter, Brian O’Connell. THIRD ROW: John Hardy, Robert St. Julian, Miles West, Lee Cleaveley, Paul Young, Matthew MacNeil, James Agostino, Michael Robillard, Stephen Csabai. ABSENT: Patrick Bird. GRADE 3 “Happiness is getting your picture taken! beams Tyler Mulhern. GRADE 4 GRADE 4. FIRST ROW: Edward McCaffrey, Calvin Jang, Henry Budai, Tyler Mulhern, John Curran, Larry Olson, Mawrey Olsten, Arthur Morris, James Muir, Martin Zajac, Don Andrews, Ian MacKinnon. SECOND ROW: James Green, Michael Fahey, Peter Irving, Bill Howe, Patrick Reilly, Horst Maurer, Robert Tichelman, Paul Gaylie, Rory Mulhern, Kenneth Favero, Jose Font, Jonathan McCullough, Robert Sengara. THIRD ROW: Michael Denike, Kevin Schinz, Andrew Wilkins, William Cawker, Michael Dunne, Bruce Hyder, Peter 0. Callaghan, Peter Peller, Allan Hardy, Sean Shipley, Neal McGarry, John Goodlake, Ford Mittlestead. The Terrible Two put in a guest appearance. GRADE 5 A guy with an ice cream always has friends. GRADE 5. FIRST ROW: Edward Mulhern, Brian Mulhern, Brendan McCullough, Alexander Lee, Brendan McGivern, Peter Hancock, Robert Heenan, Anthony Kim, Jerome Eberts, Paul Jeakins, Harry Fleming, Robert Petty. SECOND ROW: Rory Moss, Donald MacIntyre, John McNaughton, David Tepoorten, Winfred Van der Sande, Joseph McCaffrey, Patrick Kennedy, Michael Halak, Dennis Maion, Kenneth Wallis, John Doughty, John Locke. THIRD ROW: Bill Woodward, Robert Estey, Thomas Body, Mark Shepard, Gregory McNaughton, Robert Schretlen, Bruce Clegg, Stephen Ortner, Bernhard Ganguin, Brian Petrini, Michael Fuoco. ABSENT: Michael Crean, Sean Gallagher, Pat Kennedy, Peter Topalian. opt v i Wt . 2- T v r Ui IP Lj 1 mSM- • j GRADE 6. FIRST ROW: George Csoti, Jeffrey McIntyre, Peter Golinsky, Eric Wolf, Graig Bush, David Foley, Brian MacNeil, Mark Fanson, Richard Lauzon, Carson Tipper. SECOND ROW: Peter Marquardt, Joseph Burns, Chris Kenny, Harvey DesRoches, Stephen Hardy, Shane Gourley, Conley Milner, George Chow, Michael Favero, Paul Smulders, Brian Pink. THIRD ROW: Lawrence O’Brien, Mark Wimmer, Stanley Carter, James Ross, Andrew Thoma, Mark Lynch, David Chisholm, Peter Owen-Jones, Gary West, Randy Coulter. ABSENT: Brian Smith, Robert Neal, Gerald Chow. GRADE 6 Br. Carrothers and Larry O’Brien demonstrate how the earth moves around the sun. GRADE 7 “One more page of notes and I’ll scream,” threaten Andrew MacKinnon and Mike Sterling. GRADE 71. FIRST ROW: Chris Yzerman, Ian Morrison, Tom Callaghan, Jim Fleming, Gary Halak, John Gojevic, Roy Toigo, Wolfgang Ehebald, Luis Sarabia. SECOND ROW: Bill Curran, Marc West, Charles Rally, Mike Gaylie, Tom Crean, Stephen Gyabronk, Fernando Catta-Preta, Tyrone McClay, Michael Anderson, Scott Meyers, Arthur Gemperle, Ronnie Andrews. THIRD ROW: John Schneider, Ralph Giuriato, Vincent San Severino, Vincent Alvaro, Paul Ridley, Eric Thorsteinson, Andrew Hokhold, Tom Campbell, Patrick Boyle, Danny Osborne, Ken Olson, Gary Shotton. ABSENT: Mel Zajac, Jeff Graham, Wallace Lawson. 100 imtimt GRADE 72. FIRST ROW: Lome LaBelle, Chris Bragg, Mark Bitz, Philip Savard, Jim Callaghan, Geoff Groff, Bert van der Sande, Asher Benjamin, Tim McNaughton. SECOND ROW: Michael West, Steven Andrews, Stephen Leahy, Daniel Wellicome, Gordon Stead, David Pickstone, Bill Williams, Alfred Gemperle, Jonathan Stibbs, Dale McGregor, Mike Stirling, Gene Goreski. THIRD ROW: Chris Young, Mike Salmon, Luis Casian, Wayne Ridgeway, Anthony van Gaans, Marshall MacLeod, David Matzele, Joseph Fromont, Andrew MacKinnon, Laurent Jaworsky, Stefan Stencel, Norman Dumont, Paul Clegg, Chris Wallbaum. I ■■ ’ • !■ ' ... HP — , - r m ■k - ■ ciflH j ■ Jfim d ' Ld ' tmfli 101 TEAM: Red Raiders. COACH: John Woods. Andrews, Mike Fuhrmann, Michael Salmon, FIRST ROn .- Dave Baker, Dave Hancock, Mike Frank Boyle, Lome Hugh. BACK ROW: Gaylie, Jim Fleming, Alfredo Bermudez, Chris Andrew MacKinnon, Guy Moyls, Lome Dakin, Young. MIDDLE ROW: Stefan Schulhof, Steve Brian Bebek, Charles DeMarre, Paul Clegg. GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOOTBALL College men always get every possible yard. TEAM: Mafi a. COACH: Br. Ridgley. FIRST ROW: John Gojevic, Bert Vander Sande, Tony Ciccozzi, Tyrone McClay, Ronnie Sengara, Jim San Severino. MIDDLE ROW: Ronald Andrews, Will McGrogan, Jeff Anderson, Richard Cichon, Tim Nixon, Chuck Gibson. BACK ROW: Steve Sweeney, Paul Bekenn, Mike O’Connor, Mike Flahiff, Jim Vacheresse, Lome Smith. “Look tough; the scouts are here today! The Mafias season 6-3 win-loss record barely placed them on top of the league. The Red Raiders tailgated to second position with a 5-4 season. The 2-6 record of the Syndicate put them in the final spot. “Hey Coach! What do you mean I always turn my back to the defence? ” TEAM: Syndicate. COACH: Br. Rumsey. FIRST ROW: Chris Lynch, Jim Callaghan, Mike West, Charles Rally, Angel Lostale. MIDDLE ROW: Bart Tickelman, Bob Stewart, Leonard Soet, Mark Bitz, Donal O’Callaghan, John Busswood. BACK ROW: Norman Dumont, Danny Vassey, Paul Ridley, Michael West, Robert Dodsworth, John Lenahan. 103 GRADE SIX BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Brian MacNeil, Carson Tipper, Gary West, Peter Golinsky, Steve Hardy, Larry O’Brien. BACK ROW: Shane Gourley, David Tepoorten, Donald MacIntyre. Br. Carrothers, Mark Fanson, David Foley, Mark Lynch. 104 A big defender doesn’t stop " little” Carson Tipper. Marshall MacLeod keeps the law for the Irish. GRADE SEVEN BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Norman Dumont, Marshall MacLeod, BACK ROW: Steve Leahy, Michael Anderson, Br. Ridg- Jim San Severino, Carson Tipper, Andrew MacKinnon. ley, Tyrone McClay, Stephen Andrews. GRADE EIGHT BASKETBALL The Irish better the opposition’s best block. FRONT ROW: Dave Hancock, Diarmuid Dick, Mike Mylett, Gardner Day, Peter Hopkins, Br. Dawe, Ed Kazun, Bob Dods- Adonis Garcia, Dave McGivern. BACK ROW: John Lenahan, worth, John Lynch. FRONT ROW: Don Andrews, Peter Peller, Michael Halak, Joseph McCaffrey, Tim McNaughton, David Chisholm, Jef- frey Graham. BACK ROW: Steve Leahy, Andrew Hokhold, Chris Wallbaum, Peter Golinsky, Bill Curran, Geoff Groff. “Steve Leahy was elected to serve as President of this, the first Grammar School Student Council in the history of the College.” GRAMMAR SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL JUNIOR GLEE CLUB FRONT ROW: Brian Petrini, Jerome Eberts, Bruce Hyder, Robert Heenan, Robert Petty, Rory Moss, An- thony Kim. SECOND ROW: David Chisholm, Peter Marquard, Sean Shipley, Mike Denike, Pat Kennedy, Thomas Body, Don McIntyre, David Tepoorten. THIRD ROW: Calvin Jang. Jose Font, Horst Maurer, John Cur- ran, Maurey Olsten, Pat Reilly, Alexander Lee, Andrew Wilkins, Robert Sengara. John McNaughton. FOURTH ROW: David Foley, John Gojevic, Charles Rally, Gene Goreski, Andrew Hokhold, Gary West, Peter Golinsky, Mike Favero. FIFTH ROW: Jeffrey Graham, Michael Crean, Brian MacNeil, John Locke, Shane Gourley, Paul Smulders, Ford Mittlestead, Michael Fuoco, James Ross, Craig Bush. 107 ramr MOTHER ' S CLUB EXECUTIVE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. H E. Stead, Membership Secretary; Mrs. J.E. Nixon, Second Vice-President; Mrs. D.O. Cliffe, President; Mrs. G.M. Hughes, First Vice-President; Mrs. M.P. McCaffery, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. D.B. MacKinnon, Recording Secretary; Mrs. Harry Barber, Publicity Convener. MOTHER’S CLUB Mrs. G. Groff sells tickets for the upcoming Leprechaun’s night. ALUMNI CLUB Executive of the Alumni Club: Neil Smyth, Vice-President; George Macvey, Treasurer; David Steele, President; Brother G.P. Lyons, Faculty Advisor; Gordon Mackenzie, Secretary; Kevin Mulhern, Director. The other five directors, not present for the picture, are Bill Lynch, President for the past two years; Glen Ross, D’Arcy Lynch, Marvis Storrow, Leo Mulhern. Ill Opportunity ior bree Tuition! 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WOODWORK HODGSON WALSH WOOD PRODUCTS 908 W. 6th Ave. 738-7177 Like the seed of honest advertising, the seed of true learning is never wasted ... It has such an affinity with the soul of man, that however broadcast it will catch somewhere and produce truth hundred fold O ' BRIEN ADVERTISING LIMITED 1030 West Georgia St. Vancouver, B.C. COMPLIMENTS OF Pierre pariA £r £chA £ . SHOES for THE FAMILY National Brands 128 Some men to whom is much allowed, Of wealth and fame grow ever proud; Head high, chest blown, they strut about Their least command they loudly shout But they forget ...ablunder grave, Good Luck lets no man misbehave. 1 Yes, his money proves that he be shrewd, But it grants no privileges to be rude, And the richer the man, then he The gentler, kinder, ought to be, So if fortune smiles on you, be glad, But be grateful too . . . some luck you ' ve had, And long remember what I’ve said, For whatever you gain ...don’t lose your head. Author Unknown Wishing the Class of ' 69 Continued Success. HOULE ELECTRIC LIMITED SQect iicaQ (Vtacto is and finginee is VANCOUVER — KAMLOOPS - PRINCE RUPERT - PRINCE GEORGE P. O. BOX 6739 POSTAL STATION S 5045 JOYCE STREET VANCOUVER 16. B. C. TELEPHONE: 434-9104 130 Dairyland is pleased to be able to encourage the high school students of British Columbia with scholarships and co-sponsorship of television’s Reach for the Top. And to all this year’s graduates Dairyland wishes continued success when they reach for the top. DIVISION OF THE FRASER VALLEY MILK PRODUCERS’ ASSOCIATION Brands of Distinction S NO BOY - STANDBY " Picked For Flavour " SLADE STEWART LTD. VANCOUVER, B.C. Wholesale Fruits Vegetables and Groceries Serving British Columbia For Over Seventy-Five Years There ' s room at the top at the Commerce You enjoy many varied career opportunities with the Commerce because of its dynamic growth pattern. As the bank moves ahead, you move ahead too. 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Special low-cost package tours take you to virtually any area you’ve wanted and waited to see. And we can arrange for you to fly now, pay later. The world is waiting. Matriculate! See your CP Air travel agent. You’ll get the idea. mz best wishes to the Grads of ’69 from Simpsons- Sears While graduation is a time for looking back over the years of comrade- ship and learning -- it is also a time for looking ahead to the future. A time for planning your role in the world of tomorrow ... a world of unparalleled opportunities. The management and staff of Simpsons-Sears feels indeed privileged to have known and served the graduating class of 1969. To each and every one of you: CONGRATULATIONS! Limited Simpsons-Sears B.C. WOOLCRAFT LTD. j F " . if « f i ■ m m On f BSH y jLa i § piHIEl i J| t jin V . ffipi Imported Wools From England, France, Belgium, Hoi land, Ireland, Germany, New Zealand, and Italy. Instruction Books. Petit Point and Needlepoint Supplies. 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In two years of active organization, the Drama Club has set a high standard in entertainment with its fine productions such as “My Sister Eileen.” The Student Council dances throughout the year have provided a chance for students to enjoy the music of their favourite bands. 1969 : The Glee Club under the direction of Brother Taylor has developed this year into one of the finest choral groups in the school’s history. Under the guidance of Br. Nash, the Debating Club has become one of the school’s major activities. THE YEAR OF ACTIVITIES The Student Council, determined to encourage stu- dent involvement, hosted a special assembly in which the class representatives and club leaders were introduced to the student body. Despite numerous financial difficulties, the newspaper staff has been working hard to try and produce a school news- paper of consistent quality. The College’s Tradition of Support for athletic events has not been neglected, as the student body still takes an active part in pep rallies and other events in support of our school teams. Compliments of R. M. Haughian and F. F. Equipment The Bowling League, set up and directed by Br. Dunn, provided the students this year with some extra after school activity. CcpiplimeHti ejf MEAT MART and RED 3 30 OAKRIDGE AM 1-9022 STEER MEAT MARKET 2070 W. 41st A Vi. AMI-8755 PERSONAL SERVICE AND FINEST QUALITY Free Delivery Charge Accounts May Be Opened BE SURE TO SEE Thomson and Page for STEREO - APPLIANCES - RECORDS T.V. — Color or Black and White and FINE FURNITURE Since 1929 2914 Granville St. 738-5144 FREE CUSTOMER PARKING - STANDARD STATION - 13th and Granville 140 141 CATHOLIC FAMILY AND CHILDREN S SERVICE 150 Robson Street, Room 201 Phone: 683-0281 Executive Director, Mr. J .J. Allman, M.S.W. SERVING THE FAMILIES OF THE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF THE LOWER MAINLAND SINCE 1905. ADOPTION FOSTER CARE COUNSELLING Provides Child Welfare Services and operates under the B.C. Protection of Children Act. The services are to Catholic families and children in their own homes, foster and special substitute care, adoption services and services to unmarried mothers. Social work service is provided for families and individ- uals needing counselling on personel and family difficulties. SUPPORT YOUR SOCIETY! BECOME A MEMBER, BE A VOLUNTEER AND HELP WITH THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN. PHONE US! SAVE TIME AND MONEY Purchase With Confidence Through A.P.S. At Service Of Parishes And Institutions in B.C. ARCHDIOCESAN PURCHASING SERVICE 150 ROBSON STREET, VANCOUVER 3, B. C. 142 Being UNcontroversial Is Sometimes OKay, Too THEN, THERE’S ANOTHER school of thought which holds that it’s not absolutely necessary to be always saying controversial things. You can just be a nice guy who keeps himself well in- formed by reading The Sun every day and beams benignly while others go around being as non- conformist as anything! In any case SEE IT IN THE SUN Considering college or university? Are you a candidate for assistance under the CANADA STUDENT LOANS ACT? Under this Act, each qualifying student may present a Certificate of Eligibility to the bank branch of his (or her) choice. Royal Bank, with over 1000 branches across Canada, offers you convenient service combined with practical counsel. Visit your nearest branch as soon as possible. ROYAL BAN K We take great pride in our long association with the students of Vancouver College and wish them every success in the years to come GRAY BEVERAGE COMPANY LTD. EM 0 With or Without Truck U-DRIVE CAMPERS TENT TRAILERS VACATIONS SKIING 8870 Selkirk St. Van. 14, B.C. AM. 1-1046 8 a.m. - 1 1 :00 a.m. 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Ross MacDougall picks his way among the bodies of fallen foes. FOOTBALL ' 68 The College defense obliterates any chance for a long Notre Dame ground gain. Compliments of Sts. Peter and Paul C.W.L. ' 0 „ , Jfe- 146 Compliments of HENRY BIRKS SONS and BELIZE FOREST PRODUCTS LTD. “Don’t blame me; they were clean yesterday! ” retorts Barry Janyk. Paul Giroday breaks into the open, out of reach of straining enemy linemen. We are growing with British Columbia and ready to serve you at our new, modem location. Members of the Refrigeration Service Engineers Society Service through Knowledge WE SELL THE BEST AND SERVICE THE REST Frank Seipp Tyler Refrigerators and Super Market Equipment. Restaurant and Hotel Refrigerators and Equipment. Bob Millar Walk-in Coolers and Freezers Built to Order. Florist Refrigerators and Coolers. Ice Makers — All Sizes, 50 lbs. to 20 tons. Soda Fountains (Bastian-Blessing and Ever- frost). Air Conditioners — All sizes. Specialized Refrigeration Application Electric Motor Repairing. Sales Service Contracting BROADWAY REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING CO. LTD. 24 Hour Service 133 West 2nd Avenue Vancouver 10, B C. TRinity 4-6474 148 GRADE 8 DIRECTORY Leslie Adamovich Robert Dodsworth Johnnie Kowbel 3927 W. 34th Ave. 1237 Greenbriar Way 658 Union St. 261-9742 988-2427 254-1012 Gray Allison Paul Dutton Tadeusz Krzeminski 5474 Trafalgar 666 W. 50th Ave. 4121 Elgin St. 266-8640 327-3188 876-4281 Jeff Anderson Craig Farreau Ivor Ladd 4735 Osier St. 5630 Main St. 2795 W. 37th Ave. RE1-6838 325-1151 261-9201 Joey Antonelli John Fee Bill Lamb 4854 Brentlawn Dr. 6460 Ontario St. 3846 W. 35th Ave. CU9-3831 321-3500 266-8732 David Baker Jack Ferguson Joe Leahy 2525 W. 16th Ave. 1 186 Ferguson Rd. 624 W. 30th Ave. 731-1493 943-2295 874-2429 Patrick T. Battle Michael Flahiff John Lenahan 2525 W. 14th Ave. 3650 Quesnel Dr. 6525 Vine St. 733-5115 736-9378 266-4333 Richard Bauln ]ohn Paul Fraser Kevin Lewis Lake Cowichan, B.C. 980 W. 32nd Ave. 3442 Price St. 749-6428 733-7003 435-0941 Jack Beaton Michael Fuhnnann Roy Lincoln 74 E. 37th Ave. 7836 Ontario St. 3034 W. 10th Ave. 325-6641 325-5357 736-0575 Brian BeBek James Garay t Gordon Lock 764 W. 46th Ave. 1216 West 16 Avenue P.O. Box 851 261-9658 731-4576 Summerland, B.C. Paul Bekenn Adonis Garcia Paul Long 4540 N.W. Marine Dr. 855 W. 15th Ave. 4998 Stevens Dr. 224-5941 874-3851 Tsawwassen, B.C. Alfredo Bermude Fred Gerry Angel Lostale 2735 W. 2nd Ave. 1107 E. 33rd Ave. 1936 W. 8th Ave. 736-5363 TR6-1988 738-4506 John Albert Borget Charles Gibson Hank Luyten 1542 West 16th Ave. 2830 E. 4th Ave. 342 Fair brook Cr. 733-4919 255-6858 277-1334 Dennis Bosa Floyd Gillis Chris Lynch 3665 Oxford St. 1032 Pacific St. 1965 Trutch St. 298-0288 681-7886 733-3353 Michael Boyce Gregory Girard John Lynch 1374 Park Dr. 8515 Royal Oak Ave., Bby. 1237 Hillside Ave. 266-9080 431-7476 384-7762 Frank Boyle Don Gordon John McClarnon 556 W. 24th Ave. 1494-39th Ave. 3566 W. 11th Ave. 872-2869 263-4227 731-4502 Declan Brennan Fort Vermilion, Alta. 927-3223 Gary Grouchey 1915 Apt. 23 W. Broadway Martin Macdonald 5929 Cartier St. 263-4063 Paul Brettell Gilbert Gutfreund 2769 E. 54th Ave. David McGivern 855 Bocock Rd. 434-0697 5756 Angus Dr. 274-2380 266-4841 John Busswood Riccardo Guzzon 2443 Charles St. Will McGrogan Tofino, B.C. 253-2978 1354 E. 16th Ave. 725-3267 876-0585 John Curey David Hancock 5896 Ontario St. Don Maclnnes 761 McCallan Rd. 321-0865 878 Railway Ave. 277-7463 277-6603 Robert Carpenter Peter Harrison 1691 W. 41 Ave. Don McIntyre 5008 St. Catherines 261-5955 2669 Mathers Ave., W.V 327-2543 922-1793 Tony Ciccozzi Christopher Harvey 3391 W. 34th Ave. Ross McLeod 2436 E. 48th Ave. 266-7001 2947 W. 21st Ave. 325-7167 731-2544 Richard Cichon 1445 West 13 Avenue 731-7178 Peter Hopkins 466 E. Kings Rd., N.V. 988-9278 Ted Mahler 530 E. 29th Ave. 987-5523 Marcus Collier 758 W. 23rd Ave. John Ho 2456 W. 6th Ave. Dominique Massot 928 Odlin Rd. 876-8585 732-7927 278-5012 Enrique Crame 5870 Granville Ray Houle 4129 Rumble St., Bby. Ralph Maurer 766 W. 39th Ave. 261-5788 434-5019 266-5489 Joaquin Crame 5870 Granville St. Lome Hugh 3637 E. 48th Ave. William Minns 757 Montrose St. 261-5788 435-7916 Coquitlam, B.C. Christopher Curley Brent Huyton 981 6 Rd., Rich. Alberto Montemayor 2475 W. 10th Ave. Uxmal 570 731-1938 277-3507 Narvarte, Mexico Lome Dakin Stephen Iverson Peter Moyls Terrace, B.C. 5323 W. Saanich Rd. 4126 Highbury St. 635-5863 Victory, B.C. 224-3420 Gardner Day Jim Joyce Michael Mylett 2650 Cactus Court 5062 Arbutus 1415 W. 41 Ave. 929-2976 266-2948 261-9144 Charles Demarre Edward Kazun Edward Nixon Seattle, Washington 5472 Manson Street 5515 Laaurnum St. PA 3-6963 266-8676 261-0959 Diarmuid Dick Gerald Kiak Donal O’Callaghan 1202 Wellington Drive 855 Margavee PL, W.V. 1343 Devonshire Cr. 987-6598 922-5988 738-2960 Michael O’Connor 1363 Nanton Ave. 733-5326 Jim Paradis 2033 Comox St. 701 683-0940 Paul Percheson 3837 Cypress St. 733-2434 Mark Petriw 1520 Harwood St. 681-9098 Jean-Marc Picard 2752 W. 7th Ave. 733-7613 Patrick Pierzynska 764 W. 46th Ave. 261-9658 Paul Poulier 3505 W. 31st Ave. 261-1191 Alain Rivollier Dacca, East Pakistan Richard Roberts 889 Milner Rd., Rich. 277-9355 Graham Ronan 4742 Drummond Dr. 224-7181 Robert Ross 2095 Gordon Ave., W.V. 922-5880 Greg Routledge 3827 W. 27th Ave. 224-0615 Ronnie Sengara 469 W. 59th Ave. 321-8559 Stefan Schulhof 3589 W. 20lh Ave. 738-5421 Lome Smith 23916-36A Ave. Langley, B.C. Richard Soet 4135 E. Pender 298-1497 Frank Soltysiak 4620 Fraser St. 876-0388 Bob Stewart 4690 Boundary Rd., Bby. 435-4541 Henry Stradiotti 2580 S.E. Marine Dr. 325-1826 Stephen Sweeney 4484 Townley St. 738-6473 Bart Tichelman 6137 Adera St. 263-7779 Paul Tompkins 2627 Waverley Ave. 433-5301 Jim Vacheresse 4431 W. 11th Ave. 224-5465 Danny Vassey 730 Andover Cr. 922-1851 Robert Victor 2594 Wallace Cr. 224-5407 David Walker 3757 W. 26th Ave. 224-7006 Grant Wawryk 6574 Trunk Rd 946-4288 Keith Zelinsky 48 W. 18th Ave. 876-1745 Johnni Zitko 4485 Dinmont St. 874-6001 Compliments of QUALITY - SERVICE CLEANLINESS 4 Locations to serve you: 3475 E Hastings ( 1 2 Block East of Empire Stadium) 3080 W Broadway (at Balaclava St.) 5869 Victoria Dr. (at 42 Vernon Dr.) 1 132 E Hastings (at Vernon Dr.) Vancouver ' s Home Owned Drive in Restaurants Compliments of CANADA TRUST HURON ERIE J.R. Young, Manager 2198 West 41st Avenue 261-1301 150 GRADE 9 DIRECTORY Greg Andrews 4164 Pine Cr. 738-0200 Leo Auer 4800 Slocan St. 434- 7364 Peter Bardach 530 Inglewood Ave. W A 2-0885 George Bernemann White Rock, B.C. Ted Blenkeys 8686 Selkirk St. 263-7388 Dominic Boni 275 E. 64th Ave. 321-0403 Joseph Campbell 5637 Larch St. 266-4916 Anthony Carlson 3513 Henderson Victoria, B.C. Jim Cavin 1030 W. Dennis Cr. 277-6119 Jacques Chalifoux 3421 Emerald Dr. 987-0420 Ken Charpentier 154 W. 43rd Ave. 325-0705 Gary Cheung 45 W. Broadway 874-1420 Duncan Chisholm 7249 Angus Dr. 266-0338 Terry Conner 4462 Marquerite St. 733-1402 Stephen Costello 3637 Pine Cr. 733-2586 Roger Cornfoot 1611 W. 62nd Ave. 261-2396 Paul Cowlig 6922 Oak St. 261-1682 Rod Crump 101-745 Jackson Ave. 254-3858 John Cullen 660 Kenwood Rd. 922-1418 Bruce Culver 333 Wellington Dr. 987-2134 James Dalton 3914 W. 23rd Ave. 224-0242 Marcel DesRoehes 3250 W. 26th Ave. 738-1584 John Dowling 3215 Henderson Rd. Victoria 382-8364 Denis Dupas 481 W. 18th Ave. 876-6159 Albin Dukowski 2227 Kingsway 435- 8844 Ronald Dumont 6826 Hudson St. AMI-4518 Stephen Ellis 1103 Ridgewood Dr. 985-2786 Ford Estey 2022 Quilchena 263-6148 Guy Ethier 636 W. 11th Ave. 879-4054 Eugene Farley 592 E. 28th Ave. 876-4625 Kevin Finnegan 4696 W. 3rd Ave. 224-3511 Terry Flahiff 3650 Quesnel Dr. 736-9378 Matt ,| . Foreman Box 8000, Prince Rupert Stewart French 103-1821 Barclay 681-5930 Jerry Griffin 2474 Holyrood Dr. 758-7253 Anthony Gojevic 4250 Carleton Ave. 435-1003 John Goldsmith 1575 Trafalgar St. 738-8602 Danny Gourley 1319 W. 49th Ave. 261-3097 Doug Harrington 7250 Killarney St. 434- 0861 Patrick Hayden 3084 E. 16th Avenue 435- 2477 Brett Haughian 845 Eyremount Dr., W.V. 922-3707 Greg Heenan 4930 Marguerite St. 266-2755 Robert Hein 515 Campbell St. Naniamo 754-2670 Peter Hill 3492 W. 36th Ave. AMI-5442 Frank Hokhold 3808 W. 16th Ave. 224-5041 Clem Jaworsky 336-2nd St. 521-2241 John Johansen 1717 Stephens St. 733-7400 Paul J nil 3524 W. 24th Ave. 733-2102 Ken Keir 1089 Richelieu 736-0608 Mike Kenny 1492 W. 45 th Ave. 261-3604 Shayne Konar 3596 W. 9th Ave. 738-9172 - Carl Kumpera 1263 Hornby Street 684-0050 Donald Kyle 5856 Alma Rd. 266-7795 Paul Lawson 4338 Cambie St. 879-7962 William Lazzarotto 13019-58th Ave.. N. 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