Villanova University - Belle Air Yearbook (Villanova, PA)

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When the twilight shadows gather Out upon the Campus green, When the blue and purple night Comes stealing on the scene . . . We shall come to ALMA MA ln our dreams again With a prayer for Villanova And a sweet amen. " ' Ns- .rf ' EIDE is ... 'fx 7 I f ya, X. 'I FRS' In -I X 't ff' A 1 if ' f to correct it, to 1 know, and to, I use its knowl- ver its own fac- eral Education." its first year as to maintain this I2 years as an m, a light of the' faith, an Alma eration." Henry Newman J of a University 1 X, ff' of' fc, Wk- f y It , wQ,,i. li , . W . -- ,r -i, f! RN Ziff visa N' X1 L M '-A si nw 4. N-. R :ii . my Nh,- kf A XX, s?:l,.Q M .fx ' E' A Hip is F .,n ,, 1 .Qs 4 " 3 xi' S41 'X 0, .. 'sl fn 4 fl - H C43- fux. - VILLANUVA UNIVERSITY Vl LlANOVA PENNSYLVANIA has W A has J 5. 5 QI? MX' as as .vw as 5 V I 5 JOHN HENRY CARDINAL NEWMAN df Zvi Through the use of quotes on the opening pages and section dividers, we try to show how John Henry Cardinal Newman's greatest work, "The Idea of a University," applies to Villanova University. In the four sections of the 1954 Belle Air by means of text and pictures we illustrate the ap- plied principles. lin versity. "lt is the place to which a thousand schools make contributions, in which the intellect may safely range and speculate, sure to find its equal in some antagonist activity, and its fudge in the tribunal of truth. lt is a place where inquiry is pushed forward, and discoveries verified and perfected, and rashness rendered in- nocuous, and error exposed, by the col- lision of mind with mind, and knowledge with knowledge. lt is the place where the professor becomes eloquent, and is a missionary and a preacher, displaying his science in its most complete and winning form, pouring it forth with the zeal of enthusiasm, and lighting up his own love of it in the breasts of his hearers." John Henry Newman The Idea of a University VilIanova's founders believed that a trained mind and a critical judgment are of little avail unless controlled by a strong will and directed by a keen moral sense. They have supplied an atmosphere favor- able to the development of a sense of re- sponsibility and upbuilding of character, laying due emphasis on moral and reli- gious agencies. "Mutual education, in a large sense of the word, is one of the great and incessant occupations ot human society, carried on partly with set purpose, and partly not. One generation forms another, and the existing generation is ever acting and reacting upon itself in the persons of its individual members. Now, in this process, books, l need scarcely say, are one special instru- ment." John Henry Newman The idea ot a University S? . Wiz HH. 2 5, ,, M 'F 7133? Sfollauf Her 60101551 1313.15 5 6 +1 1 ' lllufxff l I ' W . ' O 1 lla W- ,W ,,,M,,,,,,,,, THE MA l N Y R Throughout our college careers we have been con- nected spiritually with the Mother of God. In our fresh- man year His Holiness Pope Pius Xll proclaimed the dogma of the Assumption, and consequently we ac- quired a portrait of "Our Lady of Villanova" lat the righti. We have also turned in our difficulties to the other "Lady" of our campus, Our Lady of Good Counsel, patroness of studies. Our devotion to Mary continued through our four years, and we did as Leo Xlll advised-"Follow her counsel." We regarded it as significant that the procla- mation of the Marian Year should follow closely the official declaration of our status as a University. As we leave school for our new life, our devotion to Our Lady shall continue to strengthen us. From the Prayer To The Blessed Virgin Mary lComposed by Pope Pius Xll-November 21, 19531 "Enraptured by the splendor of your heavenly beauty and impelled by the anxieties of the world, we cast our- selves into your arms, O Immaculate Mother of Jesus and our Mother, Mary, confident of finding in your most loving heart appeasement of our ardent desires and a safe harbor from the tempests which beset us on every side. "Though degraded by our faults and overwhelmed by infinite misery, we admire and praise the peerless rich- ness of the sublime gifts with which God has filled you above every other mere creature from the first moment of your conception until the day whereon, after your assumption into Heaven, He crowned you Queen of the universe. "O crystal fountain of faith, bathe our minds with the eternal truths. "O conqueror of evil and death, inspire in us a deep horror of sin which makes the soul detestable to God and a slave of hell. "O well-beloved of God, hear the ardent cry which rises from every heart in this year Dedicated to You. "Receive, O sweet Mother, our humble supplications and, above all, obtain for us that one day, happy with you, we may repeat before your throne that hymn that today is sung on earth around your Altars: "You are all beautiful, O Mary. You are the glory, you are the joy, you are the honor of our people." Amen. Our lady af Villanova if fi SITE or u IVERSITY ':1AQ i 4 1 "I see a flourishing University, which for cr while AFTER I0 SUCCESSFUL YEARS as President during had fg snuggle Wm, form,-,el buf which when jfs fprsf which ViIlanova's enrollmenf more 'rhan doubled and 'the founders and servanfs were dead and gone, had school was gran+ed official recogni+ion as a Universiiy, successes for exceeding their anxieties., Rev. Francis X. N. 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Sain? lvlary's Hall is The home of lhe seminarians during 'rheir slay al Villanova. H is a very large, ivy- covered building. The hall, which houses classrooms, a chapel, living quarlers, lcilchen facililies, and a din- ing room, is almosl self-sufficient Affer complering lheir sludies here, 'rhe seminarians go 'ro Washingfon, D. C., where 'rhey complele 'rheir educalion and are ordained. The sl'a+ue of Sainl Auguslrine which is localed on lhe main palh nexf fo Alumni Hall lceeps lhe Villa- novan ever aware 'rhal he is a member of a Calholic ins+i'ru+ion. A+ nighlr lhe slalue is illuminaled by spoi- lighls so lhal if becomes more 'rhan iusl a sculp'I'or's creaiiong if becomes a beacon direcfing our minds and hearls foward God. 'FYI 'Cr in-1"i .-v, ww if kt 1 5 Z k ' 'E Q -'amz W ,. .. in 1 QQ? r ,W Y 7- 4' Y f ,WW Y, , , VM uv we ff' 1 ang, " ' wp, M , www K, w Www, WMMM , 15" M V v 5 , .M my ' Wm O , ,,,, Ml 1. C . M' . J A Www . 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QAQQAV I , AM A A 'S L.- A' f A Ax k 5 'x '13 my f My A, x :ffm nf 'x :ff , 31, "wwf ' WA, , 5 3 , 5,5 ,., ,A fi A m ' x"N-'N Wm, ME WHO GUIDE THE U IVERSITY Prmfincial l-TE VERY REVEREND JOSEPH M. DOUGHERTY. O.S.A., is Provincial oT The AugusTinian Province oT SainT Thomas and head oT The l-lermiTs oT SainT AugusTine residing in The EasTern Province oT The Uni+ed STaTes. FaTher DougherTy was elecTed To This oTTice in l95O and was re-elecTed in l953. BeTore his elecTion as Provincial. FaTher DougherTy was Prior oT The MonasTery and ProTessor oT Biology. l6'mrd of Crusfccs I-IE BOARD OE TRUSTEES, oT Villanova UniversiTy is The corporaTe body legally responsible Tor The Univer- siTy's obligaTions. The members oT The board exercise a general conTrol over The esTablishmenT oT broad general policies which The UniversiTy Tollows, such as Those oT in- vesTmenT oT capiTal. The Tounding oT scholarship TrusT Tunds, and budgeTary policies. The Chairman oT The Board is "ex oTTicio," The EaTher Provincial. The oTher members are The PresidenT oT The UniversiTy, The FaTher Prior oT The lv1onasTery, The Pro- curaTor, The Dean oT The Commerce and Finance School, and Two laymen. The board, unless There is a need Tor special sessions, holds regular meeTings once a monTh. f""Q , a , , ,F ' 5 4 F 3 E t ii 5' 5 rg 1 5 5 'f 8 2 4: - l l l ,"1+--u.+,.,.M,m ' 1 ' Q H ,, 3 ' 5 z - g 5'Qff'f1Qflwr,L' ffj,1g.,j Q K u,, , V Ai,,,,miZ?gwAlNAE V T .X4k X fi, A LL,, My M I . ' ' S 4 L i 3 L K ,ini 2 f 5, 'ef S , A 2 ,L 'W I :. 'iii . . fm, v 4. . T gf, Z.. fa? :- A yfgm ff? ev f Q A n X, R 'H .. F in fi, , ,I W :A 5 , 'I Q . N f 5 X Q ,F lm ' ,, , .491 'LY f 1 , ,erin f5ff"a..,,,' wi ll , , .ww .,w,. ,. L , I , .- , . . .- VA, w,,:?,, -ey , fy ,A . SQ ,. ,L my .ww V' 'V -. V. Q:'V'Tf1s'te,:fiAfifiva 'Mm ' " f 7 " LEM , vw sz- N , ww, M, .mm '1.,f.g.q, . X, .2 fs ,- ,W V ,mww , Xu ,. V 1 -H: ', ' - , 7 , . wQfif595?, 9 4, 225 f f w '1Mvus-wif' i f ' V ek 1 gf! ,Ji P ' 1" VS ' f fr5"'Ff5'55:i, Q WY' fYI':f 4 ,g ,uaw'.-f'-ePk:',..- Z4 -'.2.ff'f:' ,zz ',tm1f:i- KWWS: 1f,e?? - afisf vf - , v.:as51 J 5iayfgvQa?f2a:', ,x9Wfm,:,-25 H 2 y g,m,m1Ev:g .Q + "- f , 4.21. V' - f M, y v M ,fx A- ' iff ff 'A . , ' , A L. gk 2 +- 5 A f2Q f,Silihff f'Lg ' K ww v 1 5 9' ,www-2 - I V .E A X Ei , SF 1 H 3' ,VT , ,xi V gi '? z Q if 1 5? 2 af , f m I g Z QWQU 554551 ., ,M ig? . Q., 5 ,, A A 331' C- g,. 4 V I 21, I - "H Wwjkm.. 7 fy V T -.Q xv, f,',,w' ' ' 5 1 xi ."TifS'f'sM-ww fi A bunnr .U w 1111 .NW.w,w,Q.,ww--l,-,-M H.. ,.,w1,,,-...fp ,w.fM.mM , FR DONNELLON, ably assisTed by Fr. McGuire, breaks ground for The new SI,000,000 clormiTory. Very Kccfcrmd james fl. Dvuucllon 0 5' ,4 l-lE VERY REV. JAMES A. DONNELLON, O.S.A., was appoinTed To The Presidency oT Villanova UniversiTy on February 3, l954. He succeeded The Very Rev. Francis X, N. McGuire. O.S.A.. who had served as PresidenT Tor Ten years, and who had The honor oT being The TirsT UniversiTy PresidenT. Now in his TwenTieTh year as a priesT, FaTher Donnellon was, aT The Time oT his appoinTmenT, Prior oT The lvlonasTery and Chairman oT The AThleTic Board. l-le also held The posiTion oT Biology DeparTmenT l-lead, which he conTinued To hold during The academic year oT I953-l954. EaTher Donnellon broughT To The oTTice oT PresidenT an excellenT record oT adminisTraTive, scholasTic, and Teaching successes. l-le received his Bachelor oT ArTs degree Trom Villanova in I93O. ConTinuing his advance- menT, he received his lv1asTer oT Science in IQ36 and his DocTor oT Philosophy in I'-738, Trom The UniversiTy of Pennsylvania. l-lis sTudies have also Taken him To The AugusTinian College and CaTholic UniversiTy in WashingTon, D. C., and The Marine Biological LaboraTory in Woods l-lole, Mass. Vilanova's TwenTy-Third PresidenT is a serious. earnesT and congenial personaliTy who has vowed To do all in his power To bring abouT a closer conTacT beTween The sTudenT body and UniversiTy auThoriTies. s..-' ""i' B' 'wif fx DEAN ERI-IAPS TI-IE BUSIEST of all adminisfra- five offices is fhaf of Dean of fhe Uni- versify. Since fhe office was esfablished in l944, Rev. Edward M. Dwyer, O.S.A., has filled fhe posifion. I-Ie is fhe final judge of rnosf of fhe problems of bofh fhe faculfy and sfudenfs. Eafher Dwyer finished his undergraduafe work af Villanova in l928 and confinued his sfudies af The Universify of Wurzburg and fhe Universify of Berlin, where he received his docforafe in I933. I-Ie spenf fhe nexf four years sfudying af fhe Insfifufe Angeli- cum and fhe College of Sf. Monica in Rome, Ifaly. Since I937 Eafher Dwyer has been Professor of Philosophy af Villanova, which deparfmenf he now heads. VICE-PRESIDENT I-IE DEMANDING ADMINISTRATIVE posifion of Vice- Presidenf of 'rhe Universify is in fhe capable hands of Rev. Edward B. McKee, O.S.A. Assisfing fhe Presidenf in fhe formulafion of school policy and providing sfrong con- necfions befween fhe adminisfrafion, faculfy, and sfudenfs are fhe main responsibilifies of fhis posifion. Eafher McKee is also Dean of Men and Moderafor of Afhlefics. Prior fo his appoinfmenf as Vice-Presidenf, he disfinguished himself as a feacher, counselor, Moderafor of fhe Villanovan, and Direcfor of Inframural Afhlefics. Presenfly he deals wifh disciplinary problems as Dean of Men and wifh infercollegiafe afhlefic relafions as Mod- erafor of Afhlefics. Keverend ffdufard l6'. Makes, O.S,4. kevereud aikiufard M. Dufycr, 0..S1,4. M s"""r.... ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICIALS 'hump- JOSEPH I. BOYLE, OSA.. M.A., Dean of Graduaie and Pan'-Time Division. T H O M A S A. B U R K E, JOHN J. CURRAN, O.S.A., GEORGE S. McLAUGHLIN, J O S E P H W. K E M M E O.S.A., M.S., Regisirar. M.A., Procuraior. O.S.A., M.A., Dean of Siu- O.S.A., M.S., Chaplain. denf Ac+iviI'ies. 'kv J O S E P H C. BARTLEY. J. STANLEY MOREHOUSE, ROBERT M. SULLIVAN, E U G E N E M. POWERS, O.S.A., PI1.D., Dean of Com- M.E., Dean of Engineering. O.S.A., M.A., Dean of Aris M,Ed,, Dean gf Evening Diyi- merce and Finance. ancl Science. sion. 'I' Q, MARTIN J. DRURY, Capt, HAROLD GILL REUSCH- DANIEL P. FALVEY, O.S.A., GEORGE A. HARRIS, M.S., U.S.N., Commanding Officer LEIN, A.B., LL.B., J.S.D., M.S., Librarian. Placemeni' Direcior. NROTC Unif. Dean of Law School. DEP RTME T HEADS Top Row: EMIL AMELOTTI, M.S., Professor, Mafhemafics. HUBERT A. BAUER, Ph.D., Professor, Geography. LEO F. BROWN, Ph.D., Professor, Educafion. JAMES A. DONNELLON, O.S.A., Ph.D., Professor, Biology. Boffom Row: PATRICK J. DOUGHERTY, M.A., Professor, Business Aclminisfrafion, Finance. WILLIAM G. DRISCOLL, M.S., Professor, Physics. MARTIN G. DRURY, Capfain, U.S.N., B.S., Professor, Naval Science. EDWARD M. DWYER, O.S.A., Ph.D., Professor, Philosophy. DANIEL P. FALVEY, O.S.A., M.S., Professor, Library Science. JOHN J. GALLEN, M.S., Professor, Civil Engineering. THOMAS F. GILLIGAN, O.S.A., M.A., Professor, Languages. HAROLD F. HARTMAN, Ph.D., Professor, Hisfory. DEPARTME T HEADS WILLIAM C. HENRY, LL.B., Professor, Business Adminisfrafion, Pre-Law. JOHN A. KLEKOTKA, O.S.A., M.S., Professor, Elecfrical Engineering. SISTER M. ALMA, C.R.S.M., Assisfanf Professor, Nursing Educafion. SISTER M. MARGARELLA, O.S.F., Assisfanf Professor, Nursing Educafion. Top Row: JOHN P. MAHER, O.S.A., S.T.D., Professor, Religion. J. STANLEY MORE- HOUSE, M.E., Professor, Mechanical Engineering. RICHARD M. PLUNKETT, O.S.A., M.A., Associafe Professor, Sociology. GEORGE N. QUAM, Ph.D., Professor, Chem- isfry. Boffom Row: JOSEPH C. SAVAGE, M.B.A., Professor, Business Adminisfrafion, Mar- kefing. LEO H. SCHAEFER, M.B.A., Professor, Business Adminisfrafion, Accounf- ing. ROBERT M. SULLIVAN, O.S.A., M.A., Associafe Professor, English. ROBERT E. WHITE, D.Ch.E., Professor, Chemical Engineering. FATHER McGUIRE welcomes fhe guesfs af fhe faculfy dinner, fhe Iasf for him as Universify Presidenf. ACULTY Gu 1' .QL M.. Top Row: RAYMOND F. ADAMS, B.S., E.E., Assisfanf Professor, Elecfrical Engineer- ing, I947. PHILIP ALLEN, B.S., M.E., Assisfanf Professor, Mechanical Engineering, I947. HARRY APOIAN, M.S., lnsfrucfor, Mechanical Engineering, I949. GEORGE H. AUTH, M.M.E., Professor, Mechanical Engineering, I944. Boffom Row: WILLIAM J. BARNHURST, M.S., Insfrucfor, Chemisfry, I953. JO- SEPH C. BARTLEY, O.S.A., Ph.D.. Professor, Business Aclminisfrafion, I9I8. JOHN R. BAUMAN, B.S., Insfrucfional Assisfanf, Business Adminisfrafion, l950. FELIX M. BEIDUK, Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor, Physics, I950. is Top Row: CHARLES W. BERNARDIN, Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor, English. BERNARD L. BONNIWELL, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Educafion. ALBERT BOROWIK, Ph.D., Associafe Professor, Chemical Engineering, l948. FRANCIS X. BOYLE, O.S.A., M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Business Aclminisfrafion, I939. Boffom Row: JOSEPH I. BOYLE, O.S.A., M.A., Professor, Eclucafion, l937. JOHN E. BRESHNAHAN, O.S.A., Ph.D., Associafe Professor, Classics, I937. CHARLES P. BRUDERLE, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Hisfory, I946. FREDERICK M. BURGESS, M.B.A., Assisfanf Professor, Business Aclminisfrafion, l953. ' FACULTY if Top Row: THOMAS A. BURKE, O.S.A., M.S., Assisfanf Professor, Elecfrical Engin- eering, I942. JOSEPH J. BURNS, O.S.A., M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Educafion, l950. THOMAS F. CALPIN, O.S.A., M.A., lnsfrucfor, Religion, l95l. THOMAS C. CAM- PANELLA, Ph.D., Associafe Professor, Eclucafion, I952. BoHom Row: SAMUEL W. CANAN, B.S., Assisfanf Professor, Elecfrical Engineering, l948. GEORGE C. CHORBA, B.S., lnsfrucfor, Business Adminisfrafion, I95l. JOHN B. CLOTHIER, JR., B.S., Associafe Professor, Elecfrical Engineering, I947. JOHN J. COFFEY, O.S.A., M.A., Assisfanf Professor, English, I942. Top Row: JOSEPH B. CONWAY, Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor, Chemical Engineering, I949. WILLIAM J. COSTELLO, M.A., Insfrucfor, English. RAYMOND L. CUM- MINGS, M.A., Insfrucfor, Hisfory, I949. CHARLES A. DAHLKE, B.S., Insfrucfor, Chemisfry, I946. Boffom Row: JOHN J. DALEY, O.S.A., M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Modern Languages, I946. RALPH B. D'IORIO, LL.B., Insfrucfor, Business Adminisfrafion, I95I. VITO J. DiVlNCENZO, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Modern Languages, I948. LOUIS C. DONAGHUE, M.A., Insfrucfor, English, I949. FACULTY Top Row: JOHN R. DUNNE, O.S.A., M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Hisfory, I933. JER- OME J. FISCHER, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, English, I947. WILLIAM R. FITZ- WILSON, Lf., U.S.N., B.S., Assisfanf Professor, Naval Science. ANTHONY J. FRAYNE, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, English, I935. Boffom Row: WILSON L. FRESCOLN, M.A., Insfrucfor, Modern Languages. MAR- TIN J. GILLAN, JR., M.S., Professor, Elecfrical Engineering, Direcfor of Research and Developmenf, I947. JOSEPH J. GILLIGAN, M.S., Assisfanf Professor, Biology, I949. DANTE L. GIROLAMI, O.S.A., M.S., Assisfanf Professor, Mafhemafics, I946. FACULTY can IT'S THE ANNUAL celebrafion- fhe faculfy and fheir guesfs pre- pare 'I'o enioy fheir dinner af fhe gala affair held in December. Top Row: STEPHEN GOODE, M.A., Insfrucfor, English. WILLIAM M. GORMAN, Associafe Professor, Mechani- cal Engineering, I930. HENRY E. GREENLEE, O.S.A., S.T.D., Associafe Professor, Philosophy, I925. HOWARD A. GRELIS, O.S.A., M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Classics, I9I2. JOSEPH C. GREYSON, M.S., Associafe Profes- sor, Mechanical Engineering, I943. if si...- E A g, sr Y , - if ix if 'Q 3 -F Boffom Row: EDWIN T. GRIMES, O.S.A., M.A., Assis- 'ranf Professor, Hisfory, I939. JOSEPH J. HAFNER, L+., U.S.N., B.S., Assisfanf Professor, Naval Science, I952 WILLIAM C. HAMPTON, B.S., Associafe Professor, Mechanical Engineering, I947. GEORGE A. HARRIS, M.S., Assisfanf Professor, Educafion, l947. JAMES L. HENRY, B.S., Insfrucfor, Chemisfry, I948. g Ai 'T' THE GOOD FATHERS relax and chai' in fhe 'fresh air affer fhe noon meal- "i a familiar scene behind iii ihe monasfery. FACULTY Top Row: JAMES J. HIMSWORTH, JR., B.A., lnsirucfor, English. JOHN F. X. HOPWOOD, B.C.E., lnsirucfor, Civil Engineering. ROLAND J. L. HOUDE, M.A., lnsfrucfor, Philosophy, l950. Bofiom Row: EDWARD F. JENKINS, O.S.A., Ph.D., Associaie Professor, Chemis+ry, I935. JOSEPH T. JONAS, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, English, l926. EDWARD L. JONIK, B.S., lnsfrucior, Business Adminisiraiion, I949. Top Row: JOSEPH W. KEMME, O.S.A., M.S., Assisfanf Professor, Mafhemafics, I942. FRED J. KHOURI, PI-i.D., Associafe Professor, Hisfory, l95I. EUGENE W. KIEFER, B.S., Assisfanf Professor, Mafhemafics, I948. LEE A. KIRSTEIN, Capf., USMC, B.S., Assisfanf Professor, Naval Science. Boffom Row: DONALD KLEIN, B.CI1.E., Insfrucfor, Chemical Engineering. WALTER H. KLEIN, M.A., Insfrucfor, Business Adminisfrafion, I952. ROBERT P. KOOB, PI1.D., Assisfanf Professor, Chemisfry, I949. CHARLES F. KROOP, O.S.A., M.S., Assisfanf Professor, Biology, I942. -.LL in-f i has Top Row: WILLIAM J. KR.UPA, O.S.A., M.A., Insfrucfor, English, I945. VINCENT LaBRASCA, LL.B., Insfrucfor, Business Adminisfrafion, I949. JAMES E. LACY, Lf U.S.N., B.A., Assisfanf Professor, Naval Science. JOSEPH F. LAVERTY, O.S.A. A.B., Insfrucfional Assisfanf, Biology, I95I. Boffom Row: CHARLES M. LOMBARD, PI'1.D., Assisfanf Professor, Modern Languages, I950. LORENZO LOZANO, O.S.A., M.A., Professor, Modern Languages, I935. WILLIAM J. LUNNEY, O.S.A., M.A., Associafe Professor, Modern Languages, I932 PAUL E. MACHEMER, Ph.D., Associafe Professor, Chemisfry, I949. OH, NOW, JERRY, fhe book wasn'f fhaf good . . . Buf fhe fexf and workbook on Logic by Mr. Ro- land Houde and Mr. Jerome J. Fischer was good enough fo be adopfed prompfly for use in fhe infroducfory course fo Logic. PERHAPS MR. LESTER RECKTEN- WALD is fhinking aboul' fhe nexf book he will wrife, for he could easily be inspired fo do so affer realizing how successful his firsf A C U Y Guidance and Counselling-wg Top Row: MARTIN J. MANLEY, M.A., lnsfrucfor, His fory. GEORGE MATLIN, Ph.D. JOHN A. McLAlN Ph.D., Professor, Biology, mo. JOHN I. MoENERNEYf Ph.D., Associafe Professor, Classics, I947. CHARLES J McFADDEN, O.S.A., Ph. D., Professor, Philosophy, I936. Boffom Row: LAURENCE C. McGlNN, B.S., lnsfrucfor 1 Mafhemafics, I952. EDWARD McGRATH, Ph.D., Pro- fessor, English, I937. EDWARD B. McKEE, O.S.A., As- sociafe Professor, Religion, I932. GEORGE J. Mc- LAUGHLIN, O.S.A., M.A., Assisfanl' Professor, Business Adminisfrafion, I947. RICHARD J. McNALLY, O.S.A., Ph.D., Associafe Professor, Philosophy, l932. ACULTY Top Row: WILLIAM J. McNlCHOL, B.C.E., ln- sfrucfor, Civil Engineering. JOHN J. McSHEA O.S.A., M.A., Assisfanf Professor, English, I937. Boffom Row: PETER F. MENTO, B.S., lnsfrucfor Chemisfry, I947. CHARLES T. MICHENER, M.A. Assisfanf Professor, Mechanical Engineering. Top Row: JAMES J. MITCHELL, M.A., lnsfrucfor, Eng- lish, I949. EDWARD J. MONAHAN, Ph.D., lnsfrucfor, Philosophy. FRITZ NOVA, Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor Hisfory. JAMES F. O'BRlEN, Ph.D., lnsfrucfor, Philoso: phy, I952. MICHAEL J. O'DONNELL, O.S.A., M.A. Assisfanf Professor, English, I932. Boffom Row: JOHN S. O'LEARY, O.S.A., M.S., Profes- sor, Mafhemafics, I908. JOSEPH W. PAOUETTE, O.S.A., M.S., lnsfrucfor, Mafhemafics, I936. PETER J. PAUL, O.S.A., Ph.D., Associafe Professor, Hisfory, l93I. GEORGE R. PEARCE, M.B.A., Assisfanf Professor, Busi- ness Adminisfrafion. JOHN S. PHILLIPSON, Ph.D., ln- sfrucfor, English. Top Row: MILES B. POTTER, B.S., Associafe Professor, Civil Engineering, I947. F. DeSALES POWELL, Ph.D. Assisfanf Professor, Philosophy, I952. EUGENE PI POWERS, M.Ed., Professor, Educafion. BOHDAN P PROCKO, M.A., lnsfrucfor, Hisfory, I949. JOHN T. OUEENAN, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, English, I949. Boffom Row: JOSEPH W. RATIGAN, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, English, I948. LESTER N. RECKTENWALD, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Educafion, I95l. ROBERT E. REGAN, O.S.A., S.T.D., Associafe Professor, Religion, I950. HOWARD F. RILEY, LL.B., Insfrucfor, Business Adminisfrafion. HENRY L. ROFINOT, M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Hisfory, I947. 'WX' Top Row: IRA M. ROWELL, JR., Lcclr., U.S.N., B.S., Assisfanf Professor, Naval Sci- ence. ROBERT P. RUSSELL, O.S.A., Ph.D., Associafe Professor, Philosophy, I939. FACULTY SAUL S. SANDS, M.A., Insfrucfor, Business Aclminisfrafion. WILLIAM A. SLAVIN, B.S., Professor, Elecfrical Engineering, I9I8. Boffom Row: RICHARD L. SONNE, Lf. li.g.3, U.S.N., B.S., Assisfanf Professor, Naval Science, I952. SHERWOOD SPADAFORA, B.S., Insfrucfional Assisfanf, Chemisfry, I953. EDGAR E. STISON, Ph.D., Assisfanf Professor, Chemisfry, I953. JOHN R. SULLIVAN, B.S., Assisfanf Professor, Physics, I949. ACULTY CANDLELIGHT a nd curfains amazingly fransform fhe field house info a lavish banquef hall, providing an infimafe afmosphere for fhe faculfy clinner. R, wif- 197 ma Top Row: EDWARD G. SUTULA, M.B.A., lnsfrucfor, Business Adminisfrafion, I949. CHARLES S. VOGAN, B.S., Insfrucfor, Business Adminisfrafion, I952. JOHN J. VRANA. O.S.A., M.A., Professor, Mechanical Engineering, l93l. Boffom Row: JOHN A. WALSH, O.S.A., M.A., Assisfanf Professor, Religion, I947. ELLIOT WILSON, L+. Col., USMC, B.S., Associafe Professor, Naval Science. HSIU HUO YUEN, D.Ch.E., Assisfanf Professor, Chemical En- gineering, I952. VER LOOKING down upon us while we are aT Villanova and reminding us oT our religious duTies are The Two golden crosses aTop The loTTy spires OT The UniversiTy Chapel. LocaTed aT The cenTer oT The campus, The chapel is The hub abouT which The liTe oT every CaTholic sTudenT here re- volves. The religious liTe aT Villanova includes The annual one-day reTreaT in The Tall, The Three-day reTreaT in The spring, evening devoTions, and daily lvlass. FR. KEMME, The UniversiTy Chap- lain, oFFers BenedicTion in Chapel Twice a week aT evening I devoTions. FOR THREE DAYS, aT EasTer Time, The Field House Takes on a new essence. AT The annual reTreaT iT is no longer The ciTe of baskeTball games, swimming meeTs, or general horseplayg iT is The House of God The gl FAMILIAR RETREAT SCENES Fr. Coffey addresses The sTudenT body aT a conTerenceg The Sem inary Choir sings The Massq Fr Regan disTribuTes Holy Commun ion aTTer The lasT Mass I, ik ii i? Si T' nl :Z Ar, vgg I.-'ff 4 4, Q , I G,-,mmumpu 'N V F 1 4 Q Q. T" "5 ieil " ' IZ, 1 2 , .,L 21 iii 'afl :vw 2 ,ww . 3 , 3 . 3 .r 3 W? a . :- X1 X ww iff' mi bsiigw .ww .mi K ul-w fe - gm ,- M, i1i y Q .ml mw W 5 .,,W,..,.,,.....w.M' - , is M A' , M., ivrffriz f ,, -,wsyggppmm xr. , Q Q ,, fM12W+71w 3 , im W ""'1 '3 ,Q E l :,f1l . ,t I ii' :"l' 2 W aggbw 3 551' M -...M , , W..,,.A, T ' MM in ' , ' ' M :f1.:,i.: :vm I- -- A . . ' f 15:21 Q. N4 I 2, V wg 4 ,,,W ,, ,. ...,.,,, , Mm, Q '52 , W , f' aff . i. 1ar,,Y,9x,Qg:5,,Q,Gg3,m3jN., -4.4. U- Ku 2 , ASOUDB DY Q LOOK AFTER The sludenls' physical well-being, Villanova has provided in Middlelon l-lall an iniirmary, which almosl every sludenl has occasion To visif al some lime during his Tour years here. The infir- mary, equipped for almosl any emergency, is a small-scale hospilal complefe wilh wards on The second floor, modern medical equip- menl, a male nurse, lvlr. Cliff Corde, lhe school physician, Dr. Edward Durlcin, and Falher lnfirmarian, Rev. Francis Boyle, O.S.A. lvliddlelon l-lall is named aller Rev. Thomas C. Middlefon, O.S.A., a former Presidenf of Villanova. H is localed among lhe shade frees a+ The quiel wesl' end of The campus. .,.,,,, M W w-wyndam-H pal CLIFF CORDE is on hand +o care for fhe physical needs of fhe , 5 ,,, - 4 in 5 Wi is U is is K VV,, , if' T K ,,,.- V J L sciiiiiccii is iiii sw-.sz c JM-rf vv,,,, i 1i'l 1 Y "ii' ' , W n'ii i s+uden'rs. ' W . , ..., . , in W MT T ,Wm TT- ri i of iici i . . . , ALL S WELL wifh Chopper excepf for fhe halrcuf. X E ,luv MISS KATHERINE KELLY, secrefary of 'Ihe Commerce and Finance School. K I ' JK, HURRY UP wifh +ha+ lock! This book is heavy. HERE'S SOMETHING for BELIEVE IT OR NOT . . . These guys are smiling af wha+'s on 'rha+ bullefin board. They musi' have known fhaf Ihe phofographer was fhere. THE SCHOOL CF COMMERC A D FI ANC JUDGING from The picTure aT The leTT, These Seniors are preTTy sure of Themselves . . . ThaT is, excepT 'For Bob Ervin and Al Dillon . . . buT, Then Dillon's iusl' cloodling. INCE lTS INCEPTION in I922 The School oT Commerce and Finance has aTTracTed more sTudenTs Than any oTher school on campus. Under The aTTenTive direcTion oT Rev. Joseph C. BarTley, OSA., The Business sTudenT has The choice oT majoring in AccounTing, Finance, MarlceTing, or Pre-Law. The School, housed in iTs own building aT The easTern end of The campus, has achieved naTional rec- ogniTion, Thus becoming a crediT To iTselT and The adminisTraTion oT Villanova. REV. JOSEPH C. BARTLEY, O.S.A., has been Dean of The Commerce and Finance School since iTs incepTion in l922. LABORATORY demon- s'rra+ions plus laboralory prac+ice aid +he sfudenl- in gaining a knowledge of chemislry. FATHER GRIMES draws on his personal experi- ' "" ences gained while he was , ,,., 1 College Chaplain in order , 'ro provide added infer- ior religion. SCHCOI. OF ARTS A D SCIENCES 46 T es'r for his classes in Sen- I-IE TASK OF COORDINATING The many diversiTied subiecTs oT The School oT ArTs and Sciences inTo a well-balanced curriculum is in The hands oTRev. RoberTIv1. Sullivan, OSA., Dean. Originally, The sole ArTs major aT Villanova was philosophy. WiTh The incepTion oT The School oT ArTs and Sciences in IQ46, however. many maior Tields were opened. Bachelor oT ArTs degrees are granTed in Eng- lish, hisTory, philosophy, social science and science, and Bachelor oT Science degrees are granTed in educaTion, biology, chemisTry, physics, and maThemaTics. DespiTe The increasing demands Tor specializaTion and The Tremendous expansion ThaT has come To Villanova Through The years, The School OT ArTs and Sciences sTill mainTains iTs imporTance and presTige in The Uni- versiTy. 7'-v"" A FAMILIAR SIGHT To The observing sTu- denT . . . FaTher Sullivan, Dean of ArTs and Sciences, rapT in ThoughT, Twirls his cincTure as he sTroIIs. INTENSIVE biology courses are imporTanT in The curriculum of The pre-med and nurs- ing sTudenT. Here FaTher Kropp is The cen- Ter of aTTenTion as he performs an experi- menT in one oT The biology labs. vl""'f NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SeaTecI: C. Noel, Fr. McShea, Fr Sullivan, E. Kennedy. STanding J. Nolin, B. Moynahan, T. Cooke Q, J. Graziano. Missing: Dr. Mc- Lain, Dr. McEnerney, Fr. Jenkins. SC OOL GF If GI EERI I-lE SCI-lOOl. OE ENGINEERING, under The direcTion oT Dean J. STanley lvlorehouse, was The TirsT such school on an easTern CaTholic campus. lT was sTarTed in l905 wiTh The iniTiaTion oT a civil engineering course. WiThin ThirTeen years courses in elecTrical, mechanical, and chem- ical engineering were added, and The school was given iTs presenT Torm. ATTer a year oT a general course basic To all engineering, Sophomores begin To specialize in whichever oT These branches inTeresTs Them. ln Their lasT Two years They enTer inTo inTense advanced sTudy in Their chosen Tields. SPLINTERED WOOD and sheared sTeel bars are oITen The resuITs obTained in maTerials TesTing lab. I I I KVUX W ,S Ike I 14 an I 4 S ig, 5, -E iq T' W'4f'?f?izw FRESHMAN ENGINEERS learn The Technique and value of on-The-job freehand skeTches. GOOD METERS, accuraTe daTa, a helpful insTrucTor, and aIerT sTucIenTs all make for a successful lab experiment ink., " ' ,ww 'M' l l .NN H I S en 'Veils' 7 ,if- if q3ilkvW",- fg 4 s THE TRANSIT is small, ifs oulloolc immense: so 'foo is +he field of engineering. DEAN MOREHOUSE, shown here checking his library, is an invalu- able aid 'lo fhe engineering sfu- denf. 49 SCHGOL OF URSIN -2-"C" .mmwnqp SISTER M. ALMA. C.R.S.M. 1 AiLLL SISTER M. MARGARELLA, O.S.F if STROLLING in fronl' of Mendel Hall are four of Ihe nuns enrolled in 'Ihe nursing program. They are 'raking nursing educa- lion. SOME OF THE NURSING s+uclen'I's relax- ing befween classes. Villanova offers a four-year fraining program for high school graduafes and a 'Iwo-year course leading fo a Bachelor of Science degree for Reg- islered Nurses. Ji 'Nita 31' S 1. Q 2 "' -as X,- Q. Q Q . Q n 1 xii... 7 L- , in N i"'.,,. W 'i- V' N W fi ' X . x , Q .L ' . :P ,X . , x' ,x Q A .fa 1.1 h Q i Q I gfj 'i ' f .., 'F' 3 iff? ww, -ww: yum! , DEPARTME T DF AVAL l-TE NAVY TirsT came To Villanova in I943 To obTain more oTTicers Tor boTh The Navy and Marine Corps. During The school year, These TuTure oTTicers receive Their Training in Com- modore John Barry l-lall, where They learn gun- nery, navigaTion, amphibious warTare, and The oTher subiecTs which are inTegral parTs oT an oTTicer's educaTion. BuT The Midshipman's Training does noT sTop in June. During The summer, conTracT sTudenTs go on a six-weeks cruise: The regulars, one oT eighTs weeks, wiTh Tours To Europe and SouTh America. Cn These cruises, The young men puT To use ThaT which They have learned in The class- room. -lhose men who decide To become Marines, spend six weelcs aT The Marine Corps Schools aT QuanTico, Virginia. T Aa. 1-1f"""f ' ll-i 1 V V' T' .M , I L '17 .4l'N'f " K nl-in-in SCIENC A SPECIAL FEATURE of cer+ain home +oo+balI games is +he parading of +he en+ire Midshipman Ba++alion. Here we have 'Frozen +he marching figures as +hey have en+ered Connie Maclc S+adium prior +o +he Villanova-Xavier game. For over a decade WiIdca+ gridiron spec+a+ors have been +hriIIed by +his s+irring sigh+. THE FACULTY of +he Depar+men+ of Naval Sci- ence. They are L+. James Lacy: L+. William Fi+zwilson, L+. Joseph Hafner, L+. Col. EIIio+ Wil- son, Cap+ain Mar+in Drury, Lcdr. Ira Rowell, Cap+ain Lee Kirs+ein, and L+. Richard Sonne. 19" X Q I CAPTAIN MARTIN DRURY, U.S.N., Professor o+ Naval Science and +ormer Inspec+or General of +he 4+h Naval Dis- +rTc+. TOP MEN of +he Ba++alion s+a+f John J. Raleigh, James J. Delaney, Ba++aIion Com- mander, and Thomas W. Kern. A SENIOR Naval Machinery class is commenced by L+. Fifz- wilson wi+h fhe dis+ribu+ion of 'I'he plan of +he day. Goldie and Fu figure ihe day's num- ber. THE MIDSHIPMAN Ba++alion sfands a+ rigid aHen+ion 'For 'lhe playing of fhe Nafional An- +hem. ww , , a'-, THE CRACK N.R.O.T.C. pisfol feam is led by 'lhe naiional cham- pion, Jim Delaney. .445 .J RISING OUT of a cloud of gunsmolxe fo have fheir picfure +aken is fhe Villanova uni'r's champion rifle +eam. If is capiained by Dave Smi+h. DISPLAYING +heir championship form, +he drill 'ream per- forms af fhe half-lime of The Xavier game. FUTURE MARINE Offi- cers Moynahan, Mueller, Quinn, Sayce ancl Lavan- 'lure gel' lhe slraighi' "scoop" from veferan jungle fighfer Jack Ral- eigh. GRIMACING George Eberle makes an impressive picfure of a midshipman on a cruise. A SOLID LINE of blue and gold. Here we go again guys . . . 'Iwo more hours of "hup,-fwo-fhree-four!" DEAN REUSCHLEIN is caughl' in a relaxed pose by our camera- man as he ou+lines some poin+s during a break in his schedule. Thai lhe clean is a real universily man may be seen by ihose ar- gyles he is wearing. 'fi' rv 85,1 N., 1 ALMOST THE ENTIRE firsf class of The Law School "casually" pauses wifh Dean Reuschlein lcen- ferl. SCHOCL GF LAW PROFESSOR STEPHENSON drives home his poinT as The class looks on wiTh inTeresT. ls ThaT a pencil he is iamming inTo his hand? SEEMINGLY STARTLED by The flash- bulb, ArThur Pulling, law librarian and professor, looks up from his sTudy of anoTher book added To The rapidly growing Law Library. DespiTe The in- TerrupTion The book was correcTly caTa- logued. HE VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY Law School. which is in iTs naTal year, is The only Tull-Time law school on a CaTholic campus in Pennsylvania. Dr. l-larold Gill Reuschlein, AB., LL.B., J.S.D., is Dean oT The school, which is Temporarily lo- caTed in The library. Plans Tor a law school building are now being drawn up. Six TaculTy members - Dean Reuschleing Eugene E. T-lolahan, KB., LL.B.: John T. lviacarT- ney, B.S., LL.B. Thomas J. O'Toole, AB., MA., LL.B.: ArThur C. Pulling. and John G. STephenson, lll, AB., LL.B. -have proved Them- selves capable oT handling The Tledgling problems oT The sevenTy sTudenTs enroled. Dean Reusch- lein has sTaTed ThaT The purpose oT The school is noT merely To produce lawyers, buT lawyers who "will be a crediT To Themselves, Their pro- Tession, Their counTry, and Their God." N an , Q .M if ' W g: , :. g 9 . .. 5 ' 5 i 11. rg if 5 ,mf E 5 .4q,, r STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES for lhe Senior class recall happy momenls of lheir college The Class "An assemblage of strangers from all parts in one spot." John Henry Newman The Idea of a University THE BELOVED MODERATOR of 'I'l1e Senior class Rev. John R. Dunne, O.S.A. Seuivrs .... E CAME TG VILLANOVA in SepTember, I95O, a group oT very bewildered Fresh- men, slighTly dubious oT whaT lay ahead. The novelTy oT college liTe made us Teel a liTTle losT. Soon, however, we shed our "regs," which had Too long been a source oT amusemenT Tor The upperclassmen, and assumed a reasonably sTable place aT Villanova. AT The end oT The year we elecTed Bill Brown, PresidenT oT The Sophomore year: Joe Kenney, Vice-PresidenTg Charles Pear- son, SecreTaryg Joe Bradley, Treasurer: and Charlie McGuckin, George Eberle, and Tom Kern To The STudenT Council. In l95l, aTTer The summer vacaTion, we re- Turned To school and immediaTely began To show Villanova ThaT we were The class To waTch. Joe Kenney assumed The presidency when Bill Brown did noT reTurn To school and led The way To a very successTul Sophomore year. ATTer lording iT over The Freshmen during OrienTaTion, Soph CoTillion Chairman STeve Berry began To plan our TirsT class social TuncTion aT Villanova. ThaT we made The CoTillion The mosT successTul The school had seen by shaTTering all previous aTTen- dance records was a clear demonsTraTion ThaT we would amounT To someThing. AT The end oT The year elecTions came around again. This Time we elecTed ArT Quinn, Presi- denTg Dick Brady, Vice-PresidenTg Ted Sheehan, SecreTaryg Joe Bradley, Treasurer: and Joe Ken- ney, ArT KnowlTon, George Eberle, and Don Miller To The STudenT Council. Soon aTTer our reTurn Tor our Junior year, we iniTiaTed plans Tor The busiesT year oT our college careers. Of course, one oT The TirsT Things To be planned was OperaTion Yule-ThaT proiecT which employs The help oT The Juniors To make sure ThaT The boys aT ST. John's Orphanage have a merry ChrisTmas. OperaTion Yule Chairmen Frank Saul and Gene Filipski boTh puT in many hours oT hard work To make The TradiTional parTy and ouT- ing successTul. And Their work paid rich divi- OUR VILLANOVA EDUCATION THOROUGHLY DEVELOPED AND PREPARED US . . . INTELLECTUALLY SPIRITUALLY SOCIALLY WE OBSERVE CLASS DISTINCTION WHO'S WHO HE PARTICULARLY Ouisiandinq men of our class were chosen for Jrhis honor in lhe I953-'54 seleclions on The basis of scholasfic ex- cellence and sincerily, leadership and parlicipa- 'rion in exira-curricular aclivilies, service io lhe Universily, and promise of fulure usefulness in business and socieiy. Sealed on floor: Joseph H. Kenney, Harry M. Anger, John J. Quindlan. Sealed: Eugene C. Filipslri, John P. Fucigna, Barfholomew J. Moynahan, James L. Nolin, Jr., Terrence Coolre, James J. Delaney Ill, George F. Eberle, Thomas W. Welsh, Thomas E. Sheehan. Siandingz Charles G. McGuckin, Ar- fhur L. Knowllon, Donald J. Schmidf, Donald N. Miller, Paul B. Hanrahan, Joseph A. Zaior, Arfhur L. Quinn, Henry B. Leonardi, Louis M. Lolli, Joseph J. Ranieri, Edward F. McMahon. Missing: William E. Barbary, Francis A. Cunning, Frederick A. Dwyer, Michael A. Lim Sue. WE WILL ALL RETAIN dends. Fired by The slogan "A man is never so Tall as when he sToops To help a child," we pro- vided The orphans wiTh one oT The besT ChrisT- mases They had ever seen. While These plans were in progress, so were Those oT Ring Chairman Diclc Brady and Blazer Chairman Jack Birle. These Two men had really Tough iobs in ThaT iT had noT yeT been decided when Villanova would become a universiTy. Con- sequenTly, The designs Tor boTh The rings and The blazer seals had To be held up unTil The lasT pos- sible minuTe. Yes, many plans were laid during The TirsT parT oT our Third year, buT none oT Them were as ex- Tensive as Those Tor The TorThcoming TesTiviTies oT Junior Weelc. The opening day oT ThaT week proved To be a memorable one as we broughT our moThers To school To celebraTe TradiTional lVioTher's Day, oT which Ted Sheehan was chair- man. WiTh Wednesday came The Blazer Ball, which was admirably planned by Chairman Jack Birle. This inTormal dance served To limber us up Tor The Two nighTs oT dancing yeT To come. On Friday nighT Johnny Long played To a ca- paciTy crowd aT The Junior Prom. capably handled by Chairman Joe ZaTor. We broughT M1915 Q UKED 0 X04? The heaTed elecTions SUCH PLEASANT MEMORIES AS.. The hilarious picnics The happy endings of well spenT days The relaxing affernoons af Rosemoni' our Junior Week lo a close al Hue Wall Whil- man l-lolel in Camden wifh lhe Dinner Dance. Harry Anger was chairman. A+ Jrhe end oi our Hwird year we elecled Ted Sheehan, Presidenlg Jack Birle, Vice-Presidenig Gene Filipski, Secrelaryg Dick Kelly. Treasurer: and Bob Gold, Jack Knealsey, Joe Zaror, and John Gillman, Sludenl Council represeniaiives. Alier anoiher summer vacaiion, we embarked on our senior year. Our final social funclion as a class came lale in February-Senior Weekend. The Belle Air Ball, which was held on Friday in Hwe Field l-louse, was a greai success, ihanks lo 'rhe eHoris ol Prom Chairman Ward Welsh. Salur- day nighi again saw us ai Hue Wall Whilman l-lolel, This Hme lor The Senior Dinner Dance, of which George Eberle was chairman. As Senior Weekend drew lo a close, we re- luclanHy realized Hwai all loo soon our four years al Villanova were almosl over. The +ime-consuming "bull-sessions" t The spirifed fun a+ The fooiball games The soul filling safisfaclion of +he orphanage oufings 40' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Thomas Sheehan Presidenf, followed. by John Birle, Vice-Presidenf Eugene Filipski, Secrefary, and Richard Kelly, Treas urer. ge, ,V JOSEPH P. ALVICH, JR. BEN J. ADDIEGO I427 Daylon S+., Camden, N. J. o Collingswood High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2, 3.4: Marlceling Club 2, 3, 4: Varsily Foolball 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy Club 3, 4. WILLIAM J. ALBERTUS I50 Academ La U er Darby Pa o Wesl Caiholic High Y -- PP - ' School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Golf Team 3, 4. FRANK R. ALFANO l5I4 S. Fiffh S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Souih Philadelphia High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Accounling Socieiy 2, 3, 4. HARRY M. ANGER. JR. 48 Edgewood La., Bronxville, N. Y. o La Salle Mililary Academy 0 Bachelor of Arls. Lynx 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 4: Belle Air 4 WVIL 4. 64 Aflas Ave., Malverne Parlr, N. Y. o Malverne High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Turf and Tinsel l: Villanovan 2, Sporis Edilor 3. Associale Eclilor 4: WVIL I, 2, 3, 4: Sporls Direclor 3, Chief Announcer 4: Chairman, Junior Dinner Dance: Sleering Com- miHee 3, 4: Prom Commiflee 3, 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Nalional Collegiale Who's Who: Sporls Edilor, Belle Air 4: Belle Masque 4. RICHARD J. ARASKEWITZ 4225 Ma wood SI. Philadel hia, Pa. o Noriheasi Calholic Hugh Y I P School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.lv1.E. 3. 4. PETER G. ARGUESO 2I Hillair Cir., Whife Plains, N. Y. o Canierbury Preparaiory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Marlceling Club 2: N.R.O.T.C.: Drill Team I, 2, 3: Della Pi Epsilon 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Sancluary Sociely 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4. RUDOLPH M. ARREZA, O.S.A. Canlilan Surigao, Philippines o Sainl' Michael's School o Bache- lor of Ar'I's. Tagaslan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 2, 3, 4: Pholography Club 2, 3, 4. zfff wfiiwfsiifisaffiifli M':f412v'2:':W2:w-w'f: ...ww ...WWW N .f .4 .. ..-New U' ...Sif:sZQ'Z?..,.... , fff1QM5'??'.7f4 50525 .,,,,,..q-me f S- ...... V ...W ::'::E?:gwfM W -J2:ffzwiffiizsfsifczgeL'ffe2E Wm'5?v..e5y: ver- mf-fm..2.u . -""' W' , .. ., mum. .M .,.,.... ...M...w...M.f:1-,,.,,.,,,,,,,W,,:m,..,.,,,W,U--V ,wwmgggggwesw V QW FERDINANDO G. ASTORE 809 Hoffman Ave., Trenfon, N. J. 0 Trenlon Cenfral High School o Bachelor of Arls. Sophomore Colillion Commillee 2: German Club 2, 3: Danle Sociely 2: Charily Ball Commillee 3: Junior Prom Commillee: Sleering Cornmillee 4: Lambda Kappa Della 3, 4: Senior Prom Commillee 4. WILLIAM E. BARBARY 3503 Rosebriar Ave., Glenshaw, Pa. c Norih Cafholic High School, Pillsburgh, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Marlceling Club 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3: Inlramural Alhlelic Council I, 2, 3, 4: Presidenl, Inlramural Alhlelic Council 4: Nalional Collegiale Who's Who. EDWARD G. BARRY 909 E. 35 S+., Brooklyn, N. Y. o Brooklyn Preparalory School o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, Presiclenl 4: Phi Kappa Pi I, 2, 3, 4: WVIL 2. Technical Manager 3, 4: Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4: Concerl Band I, 2: Villanova Engineer I, 2, 3: Ari Eclilor 4: Villanovan 3: Belle Air 3, 4: Belle Masque 3: Junior Prom Commillee 3: In- lramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Sancluary Sociely 4. JOHN E. BARRY, O.S.A. Brisbane, Auslralia o S+. Joseph's College, Nuclgee, Brisbane, Ausfralia. Tagaslan Club 3, 4: C.S.Iv1.C. 3, 4: Inlramurals 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 3, 4. Joi-IN J. BARRY I 7038 W. Garrell Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. o Slievardaugh, The Commons Thurles, co. Tipperary, Eire o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Varsily Track I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Monogram Club 3.4. ROBERT BATTAGLINI 405 Sansom S+., Upper Darby, Pa. o Upper Darby High School 0 Bachelor of Arls. MORTON I. BAUM 2855 Claflin Ave., Bronx, N. Y. o Sluyvesani' High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. gpinish Club I, 2: Markeling Club I, 2, 3. 4: lnlramurals I, 2, THOMAS A. BAUM 60 Deepdene Rd., Foresi Hills, N. Y. 0 All Hallows High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Marlceling Club I, 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 5 4 S3 gf V? aa N5 f ear A .eau if Ri Qui' si , " fb.-if 32? wel' 5 1 is 3 S 5 we -A---v A V-'A .,.A,, . AA"'Q HERBERT J. BAUMANN 922 Melrose Ave., Melrose Park, Pa. o La Salle High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Marlcelino Club 3. 4: Villanovan 3, 4. WILLIAM J. BELLEVILLE III3 5+h Ave., Asbury Park, N. J. o Don Bosco High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. Iniramurals 2, 4: Varsi+y Track 3: Sophmore Colillion Commillee 2: Junior Prom Commiliee 3: Senior Prom Commillee 4: A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. BERG ll29 Hillcresl Rd., Penn Valley, Pa. o La Salle High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Markering Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2. 3: Varsily Foolball 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy Club 3, 4. STEPHEN S. BERRY, JR. 6346 Sherwood Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. o S+. Vincenl' High School, Akron, Ohio o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Accounfing Sociefy 2, 3, 4: Class Sleering Com- mirree 2, 3, 4: N.R.O.T.C. Recrealion Commiliee I, 2, Treasurer 3, Chairman 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: Chairman, Sophomore Coiil- Iion: Orienialion Commifiee 2: Junior Prom Commiifee 3: Blazer Ball Commiliee 3: Sf. John's Orphanage Commifiee 3: Senior Prom Commillee 4. PETER J. BIANCO I62 Grandview Rd., Ardmore, Pa. o Wes'I' Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club l, 2, 3, 4: German Club I:' Iniramurals I: Chess Club 3, 4. JOHN M. BIRLE 533 Lombardy Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Wesl' Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Vice-President Senior Class: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Markefing Club 2, 3, 4: Class Sieering Commillee 3, 4: Blazer Chairman 3: Blazer Ball Chairman 3: Fa+her's Day Chairman 4: Sludenl Council 4: Della Pi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. EDWIN J. BONNER 6725 N. Carlisle S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o La Salle High School o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.: A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4. THOMAS S. BORDONE 29I3 Jackson Ter., Aflanfic Ciiy, N. J. o Holy Spirif High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: Bowling Club 4: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4. ... s ,534 , ,U A n.,.7-e:::- .. if . . . .. . :si 31 if Mmm.. M3 .. , ........ ..... .. .. . .... . .V .. Q ' A Q Wg? wwl-oem' .... .. -1... .. ---- A " -u-2"..-f:'-51.1 ' M es f w:2afw3RSQ'fL.s'seALWM.e.g:fs-:r:wssre'Tissw.w' ..weae.-- W " ....M::L.L . .... ' ' -' BRUCE E. BOTHWELL I85 T son S+., S+a+en Island, N. Y. o S+. Pe+er's High School 0 Bacheilor of Mechanical Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.: Sanc+uary Socie+y I, 2: A.S.M.E. 4: ln+ramurals I, 2. JAMES P. BOYLE 3l9 Muir Ave., Hazle+on, Pa. 0 S+. Gabriel's High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Bancl I, 2, 3, 4: Schola Can+orum I, 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: S+uden+ Council 3, 4: Sanc+uary Socie+y I, 2, 3: Orien+a+ion Commi++ee 3, 4: S+eering Comrni++ee 3, 4: Mo+her's Day Commi++ee 3: Junior Prom Commi++ee 3: Marlcef- ing Club 2, 3, 4: D.P.E. 4. JOHN N. BRACA 7I5 Washing+on Ave., Woodbine, N. J. o Millville Memorial High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 3. ANTHONY J. BRADY 28 Normandy La., Manhasse+, N. Y. o Moun+ S+. Charles Academy, Woonsocke+, R. l. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Marlce+ing Club I, 2, 3: ln+ramurals I, 2, 3, 4: lndus+rial Rela- +ions Club I. RICHARD P. BRADY 259 Gregory Ave., Wes+ Orange, N. J. 0 Harrisburg Ca+holic High School, Harrisburg, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Sanc+uary Socie+y 2: Class Vice-Presiden+ 3: ln+ramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Ring Commi++ee Chairman 3: Sieering Commi++ee 3, 4: Mo+her's Day Commi++ee 3. LORENZ J. BROSNAN 24 Lincoln S+., Larchmon+, N. Y. o lona Prepara+ory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. D.P.E. 3. 4: Junior Prom Commi++ee: Senior Prom Commi++ee: Turf and Tinsel 4: French Club I: ln+ramurals I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT L. BROWN 22 Avon Rd., Narber+h, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Prepara+ory School o , Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Accoun+ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4: ln+ramurals I, 2, 3, 4. ALFRED D. BRUCE, JR. 49 Brookline Blvd., Haver+own, Pa. o Haverford High School 0 Bachelor'o+ Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: D.P.E. 4: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team l, 2. iiiii a ii 68 ? life RICHARD D. BURKE II7 W. Tenih Ave., Conshohocken, Pa. o S+. MaHhew's High School o Bachelor of Elecfrical Engineering. A.l.E.E. 3, 4: l.R.E. 3, 4: Phi Kappa Pi 3, 4: lnframurals I, 2, 3.4: N.R.O.T.C. JOHN P. BURKHARD 2840 N. Reese S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Norlheasl' High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. German Club I, Presiclenl 2: Accounling Socieiy 2, 3, 4. EDWARD J. BURNS l0I3 S. 53rd S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Wesl' Calholic High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2. DUDLEY C. BUZBY, JR. 4794 Kansas S+., San Diego, Cal. o S+. Augusline High School o Bachelor of Arfs. Spanish Club 3, 4: Sophomore Co+allion Commiflee: Sancluary Sociefy I, 2: Villanovan I: Inframurals I, 2. ROBERT A. BYRNE 6335 Musgrave Sl., Philadelphia, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Preparaiory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2: Markeling Club 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals 4: Fa+her's Day Commillee 4. ROBERT F. CALABRESE I40 Henley Rcl., Overbrook Hills, Pa. o Lower Merion High School o Bachelor of Arls. Band I. 2, 3.4: D.P.M. I, 2. 4: S+. John's Orphanage Commillee 3: Turf and Tinsel 4: Blazer Ball Commiliee 3. ROBERT CAMPBELL 92I3 Lameni Ave., Elmhursf, N. Y. o Holy Trinily High School, Brooklyn, N. Y. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Turf and Tinsel I: I50-lb. Foolball 4: Spanish Club I: Freshman Baskelball I: lniramurals I, 2, 3. 4. JOSEPH G. CANAVAN Connerfon, Pa. o S+. Joseph's High School, Girardville, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accounfing Sociefy 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club l, 2: Junior Prom Com miilee: Senior Prom Commilfee: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 3. 4. Q wager- I "': : .av ...sim-"gg -is we.....,..:EQ ew............::.',':'W"m.....M ,aww , ' JOHN J. CARELLA 485 Second Avenue, Troy, N. Y. o La Salle lnsiilule 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, Vice-Presidenl 3: Accounl- ing Sociely 2, 3, 4. MARK K. CARMACK A-7 Providence Courl, Chelsea Village, Allaniic Ci'Iy, N. J. 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Marlceling Club 2, 3: Junior Prom Commilleeg WVIL 2, 3, 4: Belle Air 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Prom Commillee: Senior Dinner Dance Commilleg Sophomore Colil- Iion Commillee. RUSSELL J. CARNEY Dorsel' Rd., Devon, Pa. o Berwyn High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Marlceling Club 3: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. PETER I. CARRIERI I930 S. Ten+h Sf., Philadelphia, Pa. o Soufhern High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Varsil Foolball 2, 3 4' Varsil Club 3 4' S anish Club I, 2' y . . y . . p . Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. WESLEY F. CARROLL, JR. I03 E. Sfewarl Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. o Wesl Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4. JAMES A. CARTER I2 Mary S+., Bordenlown, N. J. o Camden Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Physics. Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commilleeg German Club Ig Physics Club I, 2, 3, 4: Sancluary Sociely 4. NICHOLAS R. CASTELLANE l35 Sainl' Laurence Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. o Wesl' Caiholic High 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: lnlramurals 2, 3: Swimming Club 2. HENRY CAUCEGLIA 2I Lincoln Ave., Easl' Paferson, N. J. o Lodi High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Marlceling Club 3, 4. 1-r-53553365- :: Il , 34352 .25 W? EEN? RALPH CECERE I3 Park Terrace, Evere++, Mass. o Evere++ High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Educa+ion. J Varsi+y Foo+ball 2, 3, 4: Varsi+y Club 3, 4: S+. John's Orphanage Commi++ee 3. RUDOLPH L. CELLI I844 S. Rosewood S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Sou+heas+ Ca+holic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Accoun+ing Socie+y I, 2, 3, 4. CARROLL E. CHENEY 65II N. Second S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o German+own Academy o Bachelor of Science in Economics. DONALD J. CIANTO 652I Vine S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o S+. Thomas More High School o Bachelor 0+ Science in Chemis+ry. N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, 2. 3: Glee Club I, 2: Villanova Chemical Socie+y I, 2, 3, Vice-Presiden+ 4: Rifle Team 2, 3: Orien+a+ion Commi++ee 2: German Club 2: ln+ramurals 2, 3. ANTHONY L. CILEA 520I Oleander Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. 0 Upper Darby High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 3: ln+ramurals 2, 3, 4: Marlce+ing Club 2, 3. RICHARD J. CITTA Nor+h Main S+., Toms River, N. J. o Toms River High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Biology. Lambda Kappa Del+a 2, 3, 4: In+ramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: I5O-lb. Foo+ball 3: Mendel Bulle+in 4. JOHN R. CLARKE 63 Highwood Ter., Weehawlcen, N. J. o All Hallows High School, Bronx, N. Y. o Bachelor o+' Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: iv1arlce+ing Club 2: Sophomore Co+illion Commi++ee: lnclus+rial Rela+ions Club 2: Junior Prom Comrni++ee: WVIL 4: Belle Air 4: Senior Dinner Dance Commi++ee: S+eering Com- rni++ee 3: In+ramurals I, 2, 3, 4. JAMES P. CLEARY 9 Mapleridge Ave., Albany, N. Y. o Vincen+ian lns+i+u+e o Bachelor of Ar+s. ing Commi++ee 3, 4. QB f' in .:,. C32-..,, U ' M 'W'WV"Q Af:Mm' :q,fi.,:f f-5i:-.- S ii 2 ia gi ii 2 Z3 45 P -::-.,,-. ,.,, ' "'-' in iii .5 2 Q, 'u"" :":': m.a.......Q.. '::: ,. 1:: f-- .., , """' ' w1r:s..:.:i: Sanc+uary Socie+y I, 2: Spanish Club I, 2: ln+ramurals I, 2: S+eer- THOMAS M. COGGINS 930 Drexel Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Wes'I' Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Sophomore Coiillion Commiiiee: Marlcefing Club 2: Spanish Club 3: Junior Prom Commiiieeq Blazer Ball Commiifee: Belle Air 4: Senior Prom Cornmiiiee: Fa+her's Day Commiiiee: Senior Dinner Dance Commiiiee: Iniramurals 2, 3: Sieering Comrniiiee 4 D.P.E. 4. FRANCIS A. COLABRESE 339 Brighfon Ter., Holmes, Pa. 0 Ridley Township High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Educafion. Kappa Phi Kappa 3, 4: Lynx 3, 4. TIMOTHY W. COLE 3533 N. I6+h S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Preparaiory School o Bachelor of Ar'I's. Sophomore Coiillion Commiiiee: Chariiy Ball Comrniilee: D P M. 2, 3. 4: Iniernaiional Relaiions Club 4: Bowling Club 4: SI John's Orphanage Commiiiee. ALFRED P. COLETTA l838 Glendale Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o SouI'h Philadelphia High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2, 3: Danre Socieiy 2. WILLIAM A. COLLINS 46I5 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o Wesl' Philadelphia Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Iniramurals I, 2. GEORGE M. COLON, JR. 4I W. 96 S+., New Yorlr, N. Y. o All Hallows High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. Orieniarion Commiiiee 2: A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4: Phi Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Coiillion Commiiiee. GEORGE F. COMINSKY 400 E. Union S+., Tamaqua, Pa. o Tamaqua High School o Bachelor of Science in Biology. DOMINIC L. CONICELLI II6 W. Eighfh Ave., Conshohocken, Pa. o Conshohocken High School. Spanish Club I, 2: Danie Socieiy I: I5O-Ib. Fooiball 3, Co-Cap- Iain 4: Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4: Villanovan 4. ww ,.-. , , -..-.-..- . X, any-7fUf" f.. 2 .. . , , ,,,,,, A ,.,.,..,... . ...,.. ,,.,,.,,.,., ...,.,,,,.,. , ' - " -'. " . , .. .... Q. me V V -,,---- . W , . -....- 45.5, -.-. . . , W my , , ......,..., ,.,.,,, , ,.,., .., ..,.,,.,..,..... .... .. . . . A . 4 M,,,-....... m. 5 JOHN P. CONNOLLY 43 Firsl S+., Middlesex Boro, R.F.D. 2, Bound Brook, N. J. 0 Plainfield High School, Plainfield, N. J. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: D.P.M. I, 2, 4: Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT J. CONLON I48 Daniels Ave., Rulherford, N.' J. 0 Rufherford High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inframurals I, ,2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I: Marlceling Club I, 2: Belle Air 4: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4. TERENCE COOKE Glenwood Gardens, Yonkers, N. Y. 0 Cardinal Hayes High School o Bachelor of Arls. Lynx 3, 4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Iniramural Tennis Champion 3, 4: Varsily Swimming 4: WVIL 2, 3, 4: Sancluary Sociely 4: Belle Masque 3: Nalional Collegiaie Who's Who. THOMAS R. COOK. O.S.A. l4I9' Powell S+., Norrisfown, Pa. 0 S'I'. PaIricIc's High School o Bachelor of Arls. Tagasian Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: Cafholic Aciion 2, 3, 4: Seminary Choir 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 2, 3, 4: Schola Caniorum 2, 3, 4: Pholo Club 2, 3, 4: Inframurals 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM D. COUGHLIN 220 Courf Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. o S+. PaIricIc's High School, Offawa, Canada o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inlramurals I, 2: Spanish Club I, 2: Markeling Club 3, 4. FRANCIS J. CRAIG I22 Riverside Ave., Prospeci Park, Pa. o S+. James High School, Ches'I'er, Pa. o Bachelor in Chemical Engineering. A.l.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4: Vice-Presidenl 4: Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4. JOHN L. CROSBY I42 N. Cha'I'swor'Is Ave., Larchmonr, N. Y. o Mamaroneclr High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 4: Marlceling Club 3, 4: Iniramurals 4. CLIFFORD J. CROSS 307 Milbank Ave., Greenwich, Conn. o Greenwich High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Marlceling Club: Spanish,CIub: Iniramuralsg ISO-Ib. Foo'rbaII. fa f A M.1,,,gffw1.., ,5qQ,f,,3M....,.,a,5geg,5- , RICHARD B. CUFF Cedar Lane, Villanova, Pa. o Lower Merion High School 0 Bachelor in Eleclrical Engineering. A.I.E.E. 2, 3, Vice-Chairman 4: l.R.E. 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS A. CUNNING 525 W. Union Blvd., Beihlehem, Pa. o Alleniown Cenlral Ca'I'ho- Iic o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4: Debaiing Socieiy I, 2, 3, '4, Secrelary 2, Presicleni 3, Team Manager 4: lnlernalional Relalions I, 2, 3, 4: lnlramural Official I: Glee C'lub 2, 3: Sancluary Sociely 2: Accouniing Sociely 2, 3, 4: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Indusirial Relalions Commission I, 2. 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl 3, Philadelphia Area Chair- man 4: N.F.C.C.S.: Nalional Collegiaie Who's Who. LOUIS A. CURCIO, JR. 3855 Manayunk Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o Sl. John lhe Baplisl' High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Spanish Club 3: Accouniing Socieiy 3, 4: Blazer Ball Ticker Commiiiee: Junior Prom Commillee: Senior Prom Commiliee: Falhefs Day Commiiieeg Senior Dinner Dance. GEORGE CURRIE 5627 Woodland Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o Wesi Cafholic High School o Bachelor in Elecfrical Engineering. lnlramurals I: A.I.E.E. 3, 4: l.R.E. 3, 4, Secrelary 4. JOHN V. DALTON Grove Rd., Wesi' Chesier, Pa. o Malvern Preparafory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Baslcelball Manager 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: Marlcefing Club 2, 3, 4. RALPH R. DAMIANO 45 High S+., Naugafuck, Conn. o Naugafuck High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4. WALTER H. DANDO, JR. 403 Franconia Ave., Lansdale, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Marlceling Club 2, 3, 4. ANTHONY W. DATTILO , II27 CoHman Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o Frankford High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4. 4' :V ir gg 5 Q S W THOMAS H. DAVIS 37 Carlisle Sf., Rochesler, N. Y. o Aquinas Ins'Ii'IuI'e o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commillee 3: Bowling Club 2, 3: f lnlramurals l, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM C. DEITCH 83 N. Wyoming Sf., HazIe'I'on, Pa. 0 Mining and Mechanical Insrilule, Freeland, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: lnlramurals I, 2: Marlceling Club 4. DENIS P. DELANEY 22 Briar Rd., Slrafforcl, Pa. o Sf. Joseph's High School, Philadel- phia, Pa. o Bachelor of Elecfrical Engineering. A.l.E.E. 3, 4: l.R.E. 4. JAMES J. DELANEY 2432 80+h Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o La Salle College High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. BaHalion Commander: N.R.O.T.C. Rifle and Pislol Team I, 2, 3, 4: Individual High Scorer Secrelary of Ihe Navy Malch I, 2, 3: Caplain, Pislol Team 4: Senior Dinner Dance Commillee: Junior Dinner Dance Commillee: Sophomore Colillion Commillee: Narional Collegiale Who's Who: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Marlceling Club 2, 3.4. JAMES J. DeMARCO I4I3 Reed S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Soulheasl' Calholic High School o Bachelor of Arls. Spanish Club 2. RICHARD DeMICHELE 66I3 N. Fiffh S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Soufh Philadelphia High School o Bachelor of Arls. LEO E. DENLEA, JR. 270 Jay S+., Brooklyn, N. Y. o Regis High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. Recrealion Commillee: Della Pi Epsilon 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commiffee. EDWARD G. cIePASCHALIS 504 Broolcview La., Haverlown, Pa. o SI. Joseph's Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Accounfing Sociefy 2, 3, 4: l.R.C. 2, 3, 4: Della Pi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. 2 Q 2 4:,,..Z 2..2 'igzz ial Q 1i,j JAMES J. DERHAM 6799 Sprague S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Prepara+ory School o Bachelor of Ar+s. Physics Club 2: ln+rarnurals l, 2, 3, 4: Del+a Pi Mu l: Senior Prom Commi++ee: As+ronomy Club 4. JOHN E. DEVINE 84 Mee+ing House La., Springfield, Pa. 0 Wes+ Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. ln+ramurals l, 2, 3, 4: I5O Ib. Foofball 3: Spanish Club I, 2. ALFRED J. DILLON 225 Firs+ S+., Per+h Amboy, N. J. o S+. Mary's High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: ln+ramurals l, 2, 3, 4: lvlarl4e+ing Club 2, 3, 4: Belle Masque 3, 4: Junior Prom Commi++ee: Del+a Pi Epsilon 2, 3, 4. THOMAS J. DILLON, O.S.A. Wes+ Ches+er, Pa. o Malvern Prepara+ory School o Bachelor of Ar+s. Tagas+an Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: ln+ramurals 2, 3, 4: Li+erary Club 3, 4: Schola Can+orum 2, 3, 4. JOHN J. DiNlCOLA 7279 Walnu+ S+., Upper Darby, Pa. 0 Upper Darby High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. ' German Club l, 2: Accoun+ing Socie+y 3, 4: ln+ramurals 3, 4. EUGENE L. DiORlO 20l Walnu+ S+., Coa+esville, Pa. o S+. Agnes High School, Wes+ Ches+er, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I. EDWARD J. DIXEY, O.S.A. Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Wes+ Philadelphia Ca+holic High School o Bachelor of Ar+s. Tagas+an Club 4: C.S.M.C. 4: ln+ramurals 4: Li+erary Club 4: Schola Can+orum 4: Ca+holic Aclrion 4. EDWARD C. DOHERTY, O.S.A. Wes+ Lynn, Mass. o S+. Mary's High School, Lynn, Mass. o Bachelor of Ar+s. Tagas+an Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3. 4: ln+ramurals 2, 3. 4: Li+erary Club 2, 3, 4: Schola Can+orum 2, 3, 4: Pho+ography Club 2, 4: Ca+holic Ac+ion 2, 3. ixrsamww 51355. Quia? FRED M. DOLENTE 350I Highland Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I. JUAN J. DONESTIVEZ Boullon 22, Cienfuegos, Cuba o Marisfas High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secreiary 2: Bowling Club I, 2, 3: lvlarlceling Club 2, 3, 4: Chess Club I, 2: Inlramurals I, 2. ANNE B. DONNELLY 4235 Slirling Sl., Philadelphia, Pa. o Lillie Flower High School, Frankford Hospilal School of Nursing o Bachelor of Science in Nursing. DONALD J. DOUGHERTY 37 Franlclin S+., Hazlelon, Pa: o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inlramurals I, 2: Spanish Club I. 2: Marlceling Club 2.4. JOHN J. DOUGHERTY, JR. 46 S. Landon Sl., Kingslon, Pa. 0 Bachelor of Science in Eco- nomics. Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: I5O-Ib. Foolball 3. 4: Spanish Club I, 2: Markeling Club 2. 3, 4. TERENCE J. DOUGHERTY I8 W. Wilmol' Ave., Haveriown, Pa. o Haverford High School o Bachelor of Arls. N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, 2, 3: Inlramurals I, 2: Spanish Club 4: German Club 3. GEORGE R. DOWNING 358 Mamei PI., Ancon, Canal Zone 0 Balboa High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2, 3.4, Vice-Presiclenl' 2: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: B Varsily Swimming 4: Sancluary Sociely 4. JAMES M. DOYLE 4425 Balfimore Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o Sl. Joseph's Preparalory I School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Accouniing Socieiy 2, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. I Wi 9 Yi 'E .S ' ,QE E E 'M 52 r ' Ea? , is is fr .MW rzwfikexggii .,.. ' VN! N JOSEPH S. DOYLE 68 Parlr SI., Carbondale, Pa. o Beniamin Franklin High School o Bachelor of Arfs. N R.O.T.C.: Band I, 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3.4. GERALD J. DULLARD, O.S.A. Pine Grove Easl, Vicloria, Ausfralia o Assumpiion High School, Kilmore, Vicloria, Auslralia 0 Bachelor of Arls. Tagaslan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: Schola Canrorum 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS J. DUNIGAN, O.S.A. Norih Chelmsford, Mass. o Kei'I'h Academy, Lowell, Mass. o Bachelor of ArIs. , Tagaslan Club 2. 3. 4: C.S.M.C. 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Pholography Club 2, 3, 4: Calholic Aclion Club 2, 3, 4. BERNARD J. DONLEAVY. O.S.A. Philadelphia, Pa. o Roman Caiholic High 'School o Bachelor of Aris. Tagaslan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD M. DURKIN IOO9 Counly Line Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa. o Lower Merion High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. AS.M.E. 4: Junior Prom Commiilee: Senior Prom Commillee: PKP I 2 3 4 JAMES N. DWYER 530 Dudley Ave., Narberlh, Pa. o S+. Thomas More High School, Philadelphia, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Blazer Ball Commilfee. JOHN L. EARL, III I3I7 Glenbrook Rd., Hunlingdon Valley, Pa. o SI. Joseph's Preparafory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Markeling Club 2, 3, 4. GEORGE F. EBERLE I206 Tolien SI., Beechursl, L. I. o De La Salle lnsliiule o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Sludenf Council 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 4: Senior Dinner Dance Chairman: Chairman, Orphan's Parry 3: Track Team I, 2, 3: Orienlalion Commillee 2, 3, 4: Sleering Commillee 3, 4: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Colillion Commiflee: Junior Prom Commillee: Senior Prom Commirlee: Sancluary Socieiy 2, 3, 4: Belle Air 4: Marlceling Club 2: MoIher's Day Commillee: Narional Collegiale Wl1o's Who. 1-1-w-um! 'Rui 3335 iw? W MARTIN J. EGAN. JR. 9 Warren S+., Slamford, Conn. o Slamford High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, 2, 3: Belle Masque 2, 3: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Marlceling Club 2, 3, 4: Accouniing Socieiy 2: Iniramurals I, 2, 3. NICHOLAS J. ELSIER 66 Garrel' Ave., Rosemonl, Pa. o Wes'I' Philadelphia Caiholic High School. Villanovan 2, Circulaiion Manager 3, 4: N.F.C.C.S. 2, 3, 4: Accdunling Socieiy 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I: Varsily Foolball Manager 4: Senior Prom Commiiiee: Belle Air 4. JOHN W. ENGLISH 26 Roosevelf Ave., Kingsfon, N. Y. 0 Kingslon High School 0 Bachelor of Elecfrical Engineering. A.l.E.E. 2, 3, Treasurer 4: Phi Kappa Pi I, 2, 3: Siudeni Council Represeniaiive 4: Orieniarion Comrniiiee 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commiliee: Villanova Engineer 4: l.R.E. 2, 3, 4: Owl Hop Cornmiliee 4: WVIL 2, 3. ROBERT B. ERSKINE 847 Garrison Ave., Teaneclc, N. J. o Teaneclc High School 0 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.:.Phi Kappa Pi I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3: A.S.IvI.E. 2, 3, 4: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, 2, 3: Belle Masque 3, 4: Villanova Engineer 3, 4: Lynx I, Owl Hop Commiilee 3, 4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3. ROBERT J. ERVIN 27 Roxborough Rd., Rochesfer I9, N. Y. o Aquinas lnsfifule o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Varsily Fooiball 2, 3: Assislanl Freshman Fooiball Coach 4: Spanish Club 2: lnframurals 3, 4: Sancluary Sociefy'3, 4: N.I:.C.C.S. 3: Missions Chairman 4: lvIo+her's Day Commiilee: D.P.E. 3, Secrelary 4: Class Sleering Cornmiiiee 4: Senior Dinner Dance Ticker Co-Chairman: Varsiiy Club 3, 4: Belle Air 4: Si. John's Orphanage Commiiiee 3. ROBERT J. FABRIZIO I65 Mayland S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Norfheasi' Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. German Club Secreiary I. PATRICK J. FAHEY, O.S.A. Bryanl S+., Tully, Queensland, Auslralia 0 SI. Augusline's College o Bachelor of Arls. Tagasian I, 2, 3, 4: C.S.IvI.C. I, 2, 3, 4: lniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Lilrerary Club 3, 4: Schola Caniorum: Seminary Choir: Phoio Club I, 2, 3, 4: Calholic Aclion Club. WILLIAM FANNON 9I Jefferson S+., Garden Cify, L. I., N. Y. o Garden Cify High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Marlceiing Club 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: MoIher's Day Cornmifiee: Junior Prom Commilfee: D.P.E. 4. 5 ii :ii :Nr V Q 1 . -r i ie iz . .. if J 5 M as JOSEPH A. FARAGALLI l420 Wharl'on Sl., Philadelphia 40, Pa. 0 John Barlram High School o Bachelor of Science in Educalion. Varsiiy Foolball 2, 3, Caplain 4: Varsiiy Club 3, 4. CONRAD T. FELLENZ 45 Lawnview Ave., Hicksville, L. I., N. Y. o Hicksville High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. Marching Band I: Schola Canlorum 2, 3, 4: A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH L. FELTER 549 Old Elm Sl., Conshohocken, Pa. o Sl. Ma'H'hew's High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Markeiing Club 2, 3, 4: N.R.O.T.C. DONALD J. FERGUSON I8 S. 27l'h S'I'.,Camp Hill, Pa. o Camp Hill High School 0 Bache- lor of Science in Economics. Villanovan 2, 3, 4: lviarkeling Club 4. GEORGE T. FERGUSON I24 W. Lancasler Ave., Wayne, Pa. 0 Sl. Kalharine of Siena High School o Bachelor of Arfs. Villanovan I, 2, 3, News-Fealure Ediior 4: German Club I, 2, 3, 4: WVIL 3, 4: Iniernalional Relalions Club 3, 4: Chess Club 4: Lynx I, 4: Iniercollegiale Conference on Governmenl 4. EDWARD W. FEUERSTEIN 59I6 Roosevell' Blvd., Philadelphia 24, Pa. o La Salle High School o Bachelor of Eleclrical Engineering. ' A.I.E.E. 3, 4: I.R.E. 3, 4: P.K.P. 3, 4: Iniramurals 2, 3: Villanova Engineer 3. JOHN A. FIESELER, JR. 49 Wesl' Rd., Shorl' Hills, N. J. 0 Selon Hall Preparalory School 0 Bachelor of Arls. Belle Masque 3, 4: Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4: Swimming Club I: N.R.O.T.C. EUGENE C. FILIPSKI 35 Brandon Rd., Dudley, Mass. 0 Granl Union: High School, Scramenlo, Cal. o Bachelor of Ar'I's. Turf and Tinsel 3: SI. John's Orphanage Commiliee Co-Chair- man: Secreiary, Senior Class: Varsily Club 3, 4: Varsiiy Foolball 3, 4: Naiional Collegiaie Who's Who. Ii if .fgg5:,:.,.-.e.f3a-s.':fQLli... , i - 4 I I A ,. .. ...... . .... . ,.,..,.., ,... W N ...W .,,,, .,..,.., ,.,,, ,,. .,,. W . Q , W. r ' X V GQ W rf gm my iw, A fe: 3 we me 3 oi Rai 4 5 K. s 2. ROBERT T. FINEGAN 5I9 S. High S+., Wes+ Ches+er, Pa. o S+. Agnes High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Accoun+ing Club 2, 3, 4: Freshman Baskefball. THOMAS F. FITZPATRICK 2224 Lodoviclr Ave., Bronx, N. Y. o lona Prepara+ory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Varsi+y Foo+ball 2, 3, 4: Varsi+y Club 3, 4: Spanish Club I. JOSEPH H. FLYNN, JR. 552 Virginia Ave., Haver+own, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Prepara+ory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Spanish Club I: N.R.O.T.C. Ri+le Team 2, 3. 4: Drill Team 2, 3: Turf and Tinsel 3.4: Marke+ing Club 2. MICHAEL A. FORCINITO 6I9 S. 7+h S+., Vineland, N. J. 0 Tren+on Ca+holic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: German Club I, 2: Accoun+ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4. THOMAS B. FOTI, JR. I8lI Por+er S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Sou+heas+ Ca+holic High School o Bachelor o+ Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2. BASIL K. FOX 90 Duane S+., Farmingdale, Long Island, N. Y. o Cardinal Farley Mili+ary Academy o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Junior Prom Commi++ee: Spanish 'Club 2, 3: Marlce+ing Club 3: Mo+her's Day Commi++ee: In+ramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Belle Air 4: Senior Dinner-Dance Commi++ee. ' JAMES J. FREI, II l23 Channing Ave., Malvern, Pa. o Malvern Prepara+ory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accoun+ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: D.P.E. 3, 4. JOHN P. FUCIGNA I46-I7 Georgia Rd., Flushing, N. Y. o Power Memorial Academy, N. Y. C. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Orien+a+ion Commi++ee 2, 4: S+eering Commi++ee 2, 4: Turf and Tinsel I, 2, 3, 4: In+ramurals 2. 3, 4: S+uden+ Council 4: Schola Con+orum 2, 3, 4: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, 2, 3: Accoun+- ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Na+ional Collegia+e Who's Who. ' W --f o r --V- I M ...,,,, .-fe. . JOHN FUOCO 2I42 S. I5+h S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Sf. Joseph's Preparalory School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. GABLE 83l S. Dulce S+., Yorlc, Pa. o York Calholic High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Accounling Sociely 2, Treasurer 3, Vice- Presidenr 4: Induslrial Relalions Club 4: Orienlalion Commillee 2: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. JOHN F. GAFFNEY 2l24 Woodlawn Ave., Glenside, Pa. 0 S+. Joseph's Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Inlramurals 2, 3, 4: Villanovan 4: Turi and Tinsel 3, 4: I50-lb. Foolball 4: Induslrial Relalions Commission 4: Senior Prom Commilree. JOSEPH P. GAFFNEY 936 N. Farson S+., Philadelphia, Pa. 0 S+. Thomas More High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Varsily Track I, 2, 3, Caplain 4: Spanish Club 4. LEO B. GAGION, JR. 38 Parlr Gardens, Scran'I'on, Pa. o Scranlon Preparalory School o Bachelor of Scienc.e in Economics. Turf and Tinsel I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Schola Caniorum I, 2, 3: Spanish Club I, 2: WVIL I, 4: Sophomore Collllion Com- millee: Junior Prom Commillee: Senior Prom Commirlee: FaIher's Day Commillee. JOSEPH R. GAHAGAN 25 E. Providence Rd., Aldan, Pa. o S+. Cecelia High School, Englewood, N. J. o Bachelor of Elecfrical Engineering. I.R.E. 3, 4: A.I.E.E. 3, 4. FRANCIS C. GARBER 2045 Sfenlon Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o La Salle High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Markeling Club 3, 4: Villanovan 3, 4. CHARLES W. GATTAS 822I Lynch Rd., De'I'roiI', Mich., Shenandoah Calholic High School, Shenandoah, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4: Markeling Club 3. fi' ' ii ,:.: ig. me ::' g- , DOMINIC L. GATTI 4I I9 L S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Frankford High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Biology. Mendel Bullelin 2, 3, 4: Danle Sociely 2: L.K.D. I, 2, 3, 4, Sec- relary 4. FRANCIS P. GEHRING. JR. 84-25 Avon S+., Jamaica, N. Y. o Regis High School, N. Y. C. o Bachelor Mechanical Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.: A.S.M.E. I, 2, 3, 4, 5: Phi Kappa Pi 2, 3, 4, 5: lnduslrial Relaiions Club 2, 3: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4, 5: Belle Masque 5. ROBERT J. GERSTUNG 2708 Orleans S+., Bal+imore 24, Md. o Mounl Sainl Joseph's High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Bela Gamma Debaiing Socieiy I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl' I, 2, Presidenl 3, 4: lnclusirial Relalions Commission I, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Presiclenl 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Caiholic Eco- nomic Associalion 3, 4: WVIL 2: lniramurals 2. WILLIAM J. GESTWICK I3II Oak Sf., Wilmingfon, Del. o Salesianum High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Markefing Club I, 2, 3, 4: Accouniing Club I, 2: Spanish Club 2: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Bowling Club 2. JOHN H. GILLIGAN, JR. 5302 N. l8+h S+., Arlinglon 5, Va. o S+. John's College High School, Washingfon, D. C. o Bachelor of Science in Chemisfry. N.R.O.T.C.: Chemical Sociely 2, 3, 4: N.R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 3, 4. JOHN C. GILLMAN 2 Huron Pl., Easi' Norfhporf, L. I., N. Y. o La Salle Academy, N. Y. C. 0 Bachelor of Science in Educalion. N.R.O.T.C.: Sfudenf Council 4: Sleering Commillee 4: lnira- murals I, 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel I: Villanovan 2, 3: Belle Air 3: Sophomore Coiillion Commiliee: Junior Prom Commiliee. FRANK J. GIORGIO 5 Laurel La., Syosei, L. l., N. Y. 0 S+. John's Preparafory School Brooklyn, N. Y. 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. D.P.E. 3, 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: WVIL I: Junior Sleering Com- millee: Belle Air 4. ROBERT A. GOLD, JR. 2l0 Woodbine Ave., Narbelh, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Preparalory School, Philadelphia, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Accouniing Sociely I, 2: Blazer Ball Commiliee: Belle Air Ball Commiilee: Siudenl Council 4: N.F.C.C.S. 3, Senior Delegafe 4: Turf anol Tinsel 3, 4: Belle Air 4: l5O-lb. Fooiball 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Orien+a+ion Commiliee 4: D.P.E. 3, 4: Sleering Commiilee 3, 4: Junior Prom Commillee: Falher's Day Commiiiee. .522 --.- A .4 Ww e-rwffam MW ifiirfigggwf W: ff i ii. W.. mm 'iw 1 w ifi s Wm THOMAS J. GOLDEN, JR. I79 Boulevard, Glen Rock, N. J. 0 Ridgewood High School 0 Bachelor of Ar+s. ln+ramurals l, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: D.P.M. I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commi++ee: Sophomore Co+illion Commi++ee. GEORGE S. GORMAN, JR. I2 Kingman Ter., Yonlcers, N. Y. 0 Manha++an College High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Belle Air 3, 4: S+uden+ Ac+ivi+ies Edi+or 4: Junior Prom Commi++ee : In+ramurals 3. VINCENT J. GORMAN II8 Munro Blvd., Valley S+ream, L. l., N. Y. o Malvern Prepara- +ory School, Malvern, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: ln+ramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Marlce+ Club 3: Senior Prom Commi++ee. THOMAS A. GRAHAM 2434 N. Marshall S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Roman Ca+holic High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5: P.K.P. 2, 3: ln+ramurals 2, 3. JOHN J. GRAZIANO 374 Orien+ Way, Ru+her+ord, N. J. o Ru+her+ord High School 0 Bachelor o+ Ar+s. . D.P.M. I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: Senior Prom Commi++ee: Dan+e Socie+y 2: ln+ramurals l, 2, 3, 4: Belle Air 4: S+eering Commi++ee 3: Villanovan 4: Junior Dinner Dance Commi++ee: ln+erna+ional Rela+ions Club 3. 4: ln+ercollegia+e Conference on Governmen+ 3, 4: Junior Prom Commi++ee. ANTHONY R. GRECO 728 Maple S+., Conshohocken, Pa. 0 S+. Ma++hew's High School 0 Bachelor of Ar+s. JOHN J. HAGEN, O.S.A. Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Augus+inian Academy, S. l., N. Y. o Bachelor o+ Ar+s. Tagas+an Club I, 2, 3, 4.: C.S.iv1.C. I, 2, 3, 4: ln+ramural I, 2, 3, 4: Li+erary Club 3, 4: Schola Can+orum I, 2, 3, 4: Scholas+ic Choir I, 2, 3, 4: Ca+holic Ac+ion Club l, 2, 3, 4. PAUL B. HANRAHAN 433 Madison S+., Sharon, Pa. o Sharon High School o Bachelor of Science in Che'mis+ry. A N.R.O.T.C.: German Club 2: Chemical Socie+y l, 2, 3, 4, Presi- clen+ 3: Del+a Epsilon Sigma 4: Sanc+uary Socie+y 2, 3, Presiden+ 4: Na+ional CoIIegia+e Who's Who. 5. f 44 W 2 'fr n is 5 if l Ee 1 5 52 2, W be gi :JM .fl 7 .2 .aw 9 23? .3 W gm. :A DONALD W. HARKABUS, O.S.A. Chicago, III. 0 Augusfinian Academy, S. I., N. Y. 0 Bachelor of Aris. Tagaslan Club I, 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. I, 2, 3, 4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Liierary Club 3, 4: Caiholic Aciion Club I, 2, 3, 4. JOHN S. HAYES - 59 Morningside Rd., Verona, N. J. 0 Seion Hall Preparaiory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Class Sieering Comrnifiee 3, 4: WVIL 3, 4: Villanovan I, 2, 3, 4: Delia Pi Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commiilee: S+. John's Orphanage Dance Commii- Tee. AUGUSTINE J. HEALY Hunfville Rd., KaI'onaI1,N. Y. o SI. Mary's High School o Bache- Ior of Science in Economics. Accounfing Socieiy 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Marching Band I, 2: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: D.P.E. 4: Junior Prom Commiliee 3: Danle Socieiy 2. WILLIAM M. HEGARTY 22 Benlon Rd., Medford, Mass. o Aquinas Insfifufe, Rochesier, N. Y. o Bachelor of Science in Educaiion. Varsiiy Foolball 2, 3: Varsily Club 2, 3: S+. John's Orphanage Commiliee 3. CHARLES A. HEIMBOLD Ceniral Ave., Island Heighis, N. J. o Sefon Hall Preparaiory School o Bachelor of Ar'I's. N.R.O.T.C.: Spanish Club 3, 4: Iniernafional Relaiions Club 3, 4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy Swimming Team 4: Indusfrial Relalions Club 4: Inlramural Aihleiic Com- miHee 4. EMIL F. HEMBROOKE, III 567 Easfern Pkwy., Brooklyn, N. Y. o Sf. Augusiine High School o Bachelor of Ar1's. Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Malhemaiics Club 3, 4. ROBERT W. HENRY 377 Schuylkill Ave., Reading, Pa. o Reading Senior High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Villanovan 3, 4: Markeling Club 4: Infra- murals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD P. HERMAN 7I8 N. 63rd S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Easf Mauch Chunk High School o Bachelor of Science in Educafion. K.P.K. Vice-Presicleni 3, 4: Iniramurals 3, 4. BQ? -,.- -:,. -MWA If '55 ...... J .... ....... ....,... of .,,.,.. it f W M ' 5.5.9 .... g M 'ww fs' 522. 50 ---- . 'W ------ : ------- ..,..,,, ,TW MWA ,W,,W VMMYYVHM 3 5 i f 1 2 W 4w?5Mvz J., r'-me.. Q2...m.,..,.. T..,.,:x1.. JAMES R. HILFERTY 2084 N. 62nd S+., Philadelphia 3I, Pa. 0 La Salle College High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Markeiing Club 2, 3, 4. JOHN T. HOBAN 26l0 High S+., Camden, N. J. o Camden Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: lniramurals 2, 3: Marlceling Club 3, 4: Vil- Ianovan 3, 4. FREDERICK J. HOLLAND 76 Malcolm Rd., Mahwah, N. J. o Sl. LuIce's High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Sancluary Socieiy 2: lvlarlceiing Club 3, 4: L.K.D. I, 2: Infra- murals I, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE D. HOPKINS 6040 Haverford Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o Cascia Hall Prepara- lory, Tulsa, Okla. o Bachelor of Arfs. JOHN J. HOWLEY 5225 Apache La., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Wes'I' Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Marlceiing Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Iniramurals 2, 3, 4: Senior Dinner Dance CommiHee: Fa'rher's Day Commiiiee. EDWARD D. HOY l3l E. Elm S+., Conshohocken, Pa o S+. MaHhew's High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. S Spanish Club I, 2: Viilanovan 4. JOSEPH E. HUERTA I248 N. 3rd S+., Caiasauqua, Pa. o Befhlehem High School o Bachelor of Science in Educafion. Sanciuary Socieiy 4: Villanovan 4: Track Team: I5O-Ib. Fooiball I: lniramurals I. JOHN J. IRISH I8 Innes Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. o Scarsdale High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Belle Air 4: Junior Prom Commilieeg Spanish Club 3: lvIo+her's .Day Commiiiee: lviarlcefing Club 2: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 3 .GW s'?i.,. ..... 'Q I ii 5 5 Qissia is . . MICHAEL J. JACEY I2 Wildrose Ave., Walerlord, Conn. o Bullreley High School, New London, Conn. o Bachelor of Science in Biology. L.K.D. I, 2, 3, 4: Mendel Bulleiin 4: Asionomy Club 4: German Club I, 2, 3: Iniramurals I, 2. VICTOR H. JOLIAT I I9 Sarafoga Ave., S.W., Canlon, Ohio 0 Cenlral Ca'I'hoIic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Drill Team 3, Rifle Team 3, 4: Iniramurals 3, 4: D.P.E. 3, 4: Accouniing Socieiy 3, 4: Sanciuary Sociely 3. ROBERT J. JONIK 2202 Brandywine S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Roman Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Accounfing Socieiy 3, 4: Junior Prom Commiiiee. JOHN G. JOYCE IIIO Twenfy-Ihird Ave., Alioona, Pa. o Alioona Calholic High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.: Inlramurals 2, 3, 4: A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4: Phi Kappa Pi 3, Presicleni 4: Junior Prom Commiiiee: Senior Prom Program Com- miHee Chairman. ALFRED W. KANE l30 Fulfon Ave., Aflanlic Beach, N. Y. 0 Bishop Loughlin Me- morial High School o Bachelor of Science in Educalion. lnframurais 3, 4: Turf and Tinsei 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH G. KEELER 3735 Huey Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Wesl' Philadelphia Calholic High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. Iniramurals I, 2, 4: A.S.M.E. 2, Treasurer 3, 4. JOHN J. KELLY I73 Dorchesfer Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. o Cardinal Farley Mililary Academy o Bachelor of Arfs. Sophomore Cofillion Commiiiee: Junior Prom Commiiiee: Si. John's Orphanage Commifiee: Chariiy Ball Commiiiee 3: Senior Prom Commiiiee: Senior Dinner Dance Commiiieeg WVIL 2, 3, Chief Engineer 4: Spanish Club I, 2: lniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Belle Air 4: Mo+her's Day Commifiee. MICHAEL L. KELLY l200 Argonne Dr., Ballimore, Md., Loyola High School o Bache- lor of Mechanical Engineering. WVIL 2, 3, 4: A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4: Phi Kappa Pi 3, 4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Sancfuary Socieiy 3, 4. 7 .5553 ,, A -www zzgemazgw f '.i 'W-W S5i.',?'?'3Z' few 'Nwwww 'Wfv.w.:.1, V 'w..w.., . M w w -'-' ff a.e,.g'ZziW1 -' S 4..... 2-.gli '?Rgww5a3'I:M61wf5 Mm:"Wrr2wafz.mfffmTl2-'Lil-4 ' .. sezgfagiffeafrewlwvesssgvfviskfiiieffiifzf wif.. . 4' 'irgggw 112134552292 wgmwiawzggxgfgflwggg. M3335 M: QQ ,s55f:?+Q's .:f1??2rafw:.:r:: 'M ' Wgfwxl fr 'Q' skew Mihai' lgswgw 2413 Mefllif 9 ii' A 0.,' 87 RICHARD G. KELLY, JR. 2I2 Magnolia Ter., Upper Darby, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Senior Class Treasurer: Spanish Club I: Sophomore Colillion Commillee: Junior Prom Commillee: Senior Prom Commiliee: Fa'rher's Day Commillee: Sl. John's Orphanage Commillee: Sieering Commiiiee 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: WVIL 4: Belle Air 4: Inrramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Dinner Dance Commillee: Charily Ball Commillee: Blazer Ball Commillee. , EUGENE P. KENNEDY JOSEPH G. KELNBERGER, JR. I29 Hickory Grove Dr., E., Larchmonl, N. Y. 0 Iona Preparalory School, New Rochelle, N. Y. 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Marlceling Club 2, 3, 4: Incluslrial Relalions Club 3: Malh Club 2, 3: Inlrarnurals 2.3. Jefferson Aparlmenls, 63rd and Jefferson Sis., Philadelphia, Pa. o Brown Preparalory School 0 Bachelor of Arls. German Club I: Bela Gamma Debaling Sociely I, 2: Lynx 3, 4: D.P.M. Secrelary 4. JOSEPH H. KENNEY 653I Church Rd., Merchanlville, N. J. 0 SI. Joseph's Preparafory School o Bachelor o'F Arls. N.R.O.T.C.: Orienlalion Commillee 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Class Presidenl: Siudenl Council 2, Vice-Presiclenl' 3, Presidenl 4: Freshman Foolball: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Inlernalional Rela- Iions Club 3, 4: Inlercollegiale Conference on Governmenl 3, 4: Sophomore Coiillion Commillee: Junior Prom Commiliee: S+. John's Orphanage Commirlee: Sludenl Facully Commiilee 3, 4: Naiional Collegiale Who's Who. THOMAS W. KERN 908 W. Thomas S+., Rome, N. Y. o S+. Aloysius Academy o Bachelor of Science in Physics. N.R.O.T.C.: Sancluary Sociely 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Sludenl' Council 2, 4: Alumni Represenlalive 4: Physics Club I, 2, 3: Orienlalion Commillee 2, 4: Sophomore Colillion Commillee: Junior Prom Ticlcei Chairman: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, 2, 3: Sleering Commillee 2, 3, 4. ROBERT KERRIGAN EDWARD JAMES KERNEY 4524 N. Reese S+., Philadelphia 40, Pa. o Norlheasl Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Villanovan 2, 3, 4: N.I:.C.C.S. 2, 3, 4: Accouni- ing Sociely 2, 3, 4: Varsily Foolball Manager 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Regional Treasurer N.I:.C.C.S. 3, 4: Belle Air 4: Senior Prom Commillee. 2540 S. Chadwick S+., Philadelphia 45, Pa. o Soulheasl' Calholic High School o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.: Inlramurals I, 2. 3, 4: A.I.Ch.E. 3, 4. DANIEL J. KERRISK 4807 Springfield Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 0 La Salle College High School o Bachelor of Science in Malhemaiics. Malh Club 3. 4. Wm a 2 3 is 4 5 4 3 W is is 1 MQW: was s 44 W2 5 BABE? sg ri: A, gs Es 1 I fri 2--3 f M! -5 -5:5- .5-'-5 if 2222"2225252 2?wE'E:5E .g: :5-.E:5:5: :gi -E-QIEIESE2 ""- ' x4rgYg" " if is 3? Sai 335 ifgsrgggg 55: 2 igiggmgmasirif H541 333032 5 .5 s Egg 3552.4 rirfifgggsfsg ROY KERSHAW l30 Church S+., Souderfon, Pa. o Doylesiown High School. Doylesiown, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Varsify Fooiball I, 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy Club 3, 4: lniramural Baskei- ball I: Spanish Club 4. JOHN T. KISH 94I ,N. Evans S+., Po'Hs'I'own, Pa. o Poflsiown High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. JOHN E. KISTNER 3I30 Magee Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o Norlheasl Caiholic High School o Bachelor of Arfs. N.R.O.T.C.: WVIL 3: lnframurais I. 2: Chess Club Presideni 4: Spanish Club 3: German Club 2, 3: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team 2, 3: Villanovan 3, 4. JOHN G. KNEAFSEY 6004 Nassau Rd., Philadelphia 3l, Pa. o Sf. Thomas More High School o Bachelor of Arls. Spanish Club I: Orieniaiion Commiiiee 2, 4: Sophomore Coiil- lion Commiiiee: WVIL 2, 3, News Ediior 4: Sfeering CommiHee 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: Junior Prom Ticlcei Commiiiee Chairman: Blazer Ball Publiciiy Chairman: Chariiy Ball CommiI'- fee: S+. John's Orphanage Commiiiee: Siudeni Council 4: Siu- deni-Facuiiy Commiifee 4: Senior Prom Commiiiee. THOMAS KNESTOUT 308 Greenwich Ave., Paulsboro, N. J. o Paulsboro High School 0 Bachelor of Aris. lnierracial Club I: lniramurals I, 2, 3: lniernaiional Relaiions Club 3, 4: lniercoilegiaie Conference on Governmeni Chairman 3, 4: Sanciuary Socieiy 2, 3, 4: Belle Air 3, Feaiure Ediior 4. ARTHUR L. KNOWLTON 295 Chelsea S+,, EvereH', Mass. o Evere'H Senior High School o Bachelor of Science in Educaiion. Siudeni' Council 3. 4: Varsiiy Foofball I, 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy Club 3, 4: Naiional Collegiaie Who's Who. FREDERICK KOEPPEN 47-06 I57+h S+., Flushing, L. l., N. Y. o S+. Ann's Academy 0 Bachelor of Science in Educaiion. N.R.O.T.C.: Sophomore Coiillion Commiiiee: Junior Prom Com- mifiee. FREDERICK KOPPENHAFER Cassa'H' Ave., Berwyn, Pa. o S+. Agnes High School, Wesl' Chesfer, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Accouniing Socieiy 2, 3, 4: D.P.E. 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 2, 3, 4: Inframurals 3. , H .. , .. 1 H... 2,,,.c.Mc W.. Www 3' wi ,.mg.,..:f,.,. , ..,. : -"-"- '-"-' , ..:,.:..: ....,.,.,. , ,.: .v,., .. ,-.., , ,, . -......, K N , ... "" ' "'i --M-f .....,:.':Tg'. 1" f.f,j+r" ' - , mime sz.. 5 .3 Q is E gg 5 PETER S. KRETZU 2843 N. 24'rh S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Norfheasl' High School o Bachelor of Arfs. THEODORE J. KULIGOWSKI 527 Tyson Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o La Salle College High School o Bachelor of Science in Mafhemaiics. N.R.O.T.C.: Band I, 2, 3, 4: French Club 4: Villanova Engineer 2, Business Manager 3, 4: Maih Club 3, 4: Junior Prom Commii- Jree: Senior Prom Commiiiee: Senior Dinner Dance Commiiiee. FRANCIS X. KUNTZ IOI2 Myrfle S'ireeI', Erie, Pa. o Caihedral Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. ' N.R.O.T.C.: Sanciuary Socieiy 2: Markeiing Club 2, 3, 4: D.P.E. 3, 4: Junior Prom Commiiiee: Belle Air 4. EDWARD S. LAHOVSKI l02 Second S+., Nor'I'hampI'on, Pa. o Allenfown Cenfral Caiholic High School o Bachelor of Science in' Educafion. Belle Air Typing Edifor 2, Feaiure Edifor 3, 4: Sanciuary Socieiy 3: Infrarnurals 2: L.K.D I: German Club I, 2. CHARLES J. LANGFELDT 325 77'Ih S'I'., Norfh Bergen, N. J. 0 Cliffside Parlc High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Markeiing Club 2: Indusirial Relaiions Club 4: Junior Prom Commiifee. VALENTINO J. LANOCE. JR. 7I3 S. Marvine S+., Philadelphia 47, Pa. o Malvern Preparafory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2. JOAN T. LARGE IZO9 Spruce Si., Philadelphia 7, Pa. 0 Philadelphia High School 'For Girls, Hahnemann Hospifal School of Nursing o Bachelor of Science in Nursing. RAYMOND J. LAVANTU RE 875 Wynnewood Rd., Philadelphia 3I, Pa. o Sf. Thomas More High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Accouniing Socieiy 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: Sophomore Cofillion Commiiiee: Orienfaiion Commiiiee 2: Junior Prom Comrnifiee: Blazer Ball Commiiiee: Junior Dinner Dance Commifiee: WVIL 2, 3, 4: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: lnirarnurals 2, 3: Spanish Club I: Si. John Orphanage CommiHee. If 2' ':' ::'-2' -II 4 J! -fr- 'P W , .. I .. fi M if A - :3 5 if is DANIEL J. LEAHY 9434 S. Hoyne Ave., Chicago 20, III. 0 S'I'. Rila High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Prom Commillee: Junior Dinner I Dance Commilleeg Spanish Club I: Turf and Tinsel 2, 3, 4: 1 D.P.E. 4. , JAMES C. LENAHAN 426 E. Durham Rd., Mounl' Airy, Pa. 0 La Salle College High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Marlceling Club l, 2, 3, 43 Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. REMO B. P. LEOMPORRA II48 E. Ri'Henhouse SI., Philadelphia 38, Pa. 0 Germanlown High School o Bachelor of Science in Biology. Mendel Bullelin 2, 3, 4: L.K.D. I, 2, 3, Presidenl' 41 Danle So- ciefy 2. ROMOLO A. J. LEOMPORRA II48 E. Rilfenhouse S+., Philadelphia 38, Pa. o Sainl John 'Ihe Baplisl High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 4: lnlrarnurals I, 2, 3: Danle Sociely 2, 3. HENRY B. LEONARDI IQ03 S. Blh S+., Philadelphia 47, Pa. o Soulheasl' Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Biology. German Club I, 27 L.K.D. 3, Vice-Presiclenl 4: Mendel Bullelin 2. 3, Edilor-in-Chief 4: Danle Sociely 2, Nalional Collegiale Who's Who. ROBERT J. LEVIS 73 Wesl Slralfordr Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. o Wesl Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, Accounling Sociely 2: lnlramurals I, 4. JAMES LICHTFUSS, O.S.A. Beloi'I', Wis. o S+. Thomas High School, Rockford, lll. o Bachelor of Arls. Tagaslan Club I, 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. I, 2, 3. 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum I, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL A. 'LIM SUE 94 Half-Way-Tree Rd., Half-Way-Tree, SI. Andrew, Jamaica, Bri+ish Wesl' Indies o Sl. George's College, Kingslon, Jamaica, Brilish Wesl Indies 0 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. Lynx I, 23 lnlramurals I, 2: Nalional Collegiale Who's Who. gym A iw Wy it EW . .....,, ,,,, 5 1:52. .sf-lim.fQg5,,wZ1effw3f:ggSQS2:g be 0 3 1 .. Qlissesgggiga gay ,1s23gf.a.w.2'g. ,,,,, g. gm ww e, 25. 6.335335 4 ,Q 4 Q J Hr gf .eb ' i 3 Q Q '':man.e?w.f:frzazfafasvf:5Wifi. PETER A. LIPTROT I809 Bay View Drive, Coral Ridge, Forl Lauderdale, Fla. 0 De La Salle lnsfilufe, New York Cily o Bachelor of Arls. Villananovans I, 2: March.ng Band I, 2: Concerl Band I, 2: Belle Air 4: D.P.M. I, 2, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 4: MoIher's Day Commiilee: Junior Prom Commiilee: Senior Prom Commiflee. IGNATIUS C. H. LO 640 W. I53 S'I'., New York Cily, N. Y. 0 Wah Yan College, Hong Kong o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. College Choir 3, 4: A.l.Ch.E. 3, 4: Sancluary Socieiy 3, Secre- Iary 4. FRANK X. LOCK III4 PraH S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o La Salle High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 4: Band Manager 2. LOUIS M. LOLLI 2l2 Highland Ave., Wayne, Pa. o Radnor High School o Bache- lor of Eleclrical Engineering. I50-Ib Foofball 2: l.R.E. 3, 4: A.I.E.E. 4: Nafional Collegiale Who's Who. DANIEL 'J. LOUNEY I4I Swarfhmore Ave., Charleslon, W. Va. o Parkersburg High School, Parkersburg, W. Va. o Bachelor of Eleclrical Engineering. P.K.P. I, 2, 3, 4: A.l.E.E. 3, 4: I.R.E. 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND J. LOVELL Purdy Sfaiion, New York 0 Sl. Mary's High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Belle Air 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Bowling Club 2, 3: Chess Club 4: Sophomore Colillion 2: Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 4: Infra- murals 3. DAVID C. LYONS 2427 Whifby Rd., Haverfown, Pa. o Wesl' Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. - Band I: Spanish Club I, 2: Marlceling Club 3-, 4: Incluslrial Rela- Iions Club 4: Junior Prom Commiilee: Senior Prom Commillee. JAMES F. LYONS l35I Wellesley Dr., Defroil 3, Mich. o Universify of Defroil High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Belle Masque, Sieering Commiliee: Mo+her's Day Commiflee: Belle Air 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. -mmm QB fi-W 3 II N I V E R I4 ROBERT A. MACHINCHICK Cu+chogue, Long Island, N. Y. 0 Sou+hold High School, Soulh- hold, N. Y. o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commillee: lnlramurals I, 2, 3. VINCENT J. MAFFEI 329 6+h Avenue, Norih Wildwood, N. J. 0 Wildwood Caiholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club l, 2: lnlramurals I, 2, 3.4. JOSEPH L. MAGGIORE 30 Maine Ave., Rockville Cen'I're, N. Y. 0 Chaminade High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. lnframurals I, 2, 3, 4: A.S.C.E. 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 4: Junior Prom Commiflee: N.R.O.T.C.: Villanova Engineer 3, 4. JOHN R. MAHAN I38 Tokenelce Dr., Hamden, Conn. o Cheshire Academy o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Marlceling Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: lniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Varsify Baskelball 2. ADRIAN W. MAHER, O.S.A. Sfrafford, Conn. 0 Milford School, Milford, Conn. o Bachelor of Arfs. Tagasfan Club 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 3, 4: Calholic Aclion Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 3, 4. JAMES J. MAHER I74 Floral Blvd., Floral Park, N. Y. o Regis High School, N. Y. C. o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. P.K.P. 2, 3,' 4: A.lLCh.E. 2, 3, 4: Villanovan 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3. 4. MICHAEL H. MALINIAK 639 Al'l'amon'l' Blvd., Fraclcville, Pa. o Wes'I' Mahonoy Twp. High School, Shenandoah Heighls, Shenandoah, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Inlramurals 2, 3, 4: lnduslrial Relalions Club 2: Llillanovan 3. 4: Business Manager 4: Bowling League 4, Presi- en'r 4. TIMOTHY J. MALLOY l4I0 W. Wynnewood Rd., Ardmore, Pa. 0 Lower Merion High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. D.P.E. 2, 3: Marching Band I, 2. .smmswaw .... , ,femme Wim., , , ..Mh,,wM----5...,,5a,WAWewsememm55,,w,,wm':fm'fN1 r. f Mtmfwww 4' M ' f af Lwflw-'-N-'2ii'i"" .mf-M ' W- JOSE ANTONIO MANAUTOU Box 358, Arroyo, Puerfo Rico 0 San An'I'onio High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2. MATTHEW J. MANKIEWICH I52 Graham Ave., Hempslead, L. I., N. Y. o Chaminade High School, Mineola, L. I., N. AY. o Bachelor of Science in Biology. Sophomore Colillion Commillee: Junior Prom Cornmillee: Glee Club 2, 3: L.K.D. I, 2, 3, 4: Orienlalion Commillee 2: German Club I, 2: Mendel Bullelin 2, 3,'4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4. BURCHARD V. MARTIN I I7 W. Foundry S+., Millville, N. J. 0 Sacred Hearl' High School, Vineland, N. J. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Accouniing Sociely 2, 3, 4. JAMES E. MARTINEZ, O.S.A. I3 N. 34+h S+., Longporl, N. J. o Holy Spiril' High School, Aflanfic Cily, N. J. o Bachelor of Aris. Tagaslan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals 2. 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Calholic Aclion Club 2, 3, 4: Schola Canforum 2, 3, 4. HARRY F. MASON 6I05 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o SI. Thomas More High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accounling Sociely 2, 3, Presidenl 4: Spanish Club 2. VINCENT F. MASTROTA 2039 E. 52 S+., Brooklyn, N. Y. o Midwood High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Biology. German Club I, 2: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Sancluary Sociely 2: L.K.D. I, 2, 3, 4: Mendel Bullelin 4. LAWRENCE McCARTHY l92 Alden PI., Englewood, N. J. 0 SI. Cecilia High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. D.P.E. 3, 4: Accounling Sociely 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 3: Infra- murals 4. - WILLIAM H. McCARTY 4I22 Huey Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Wesl' Calholic High School, Philadelphia, Pa. o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. P.K.P. 2: A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4: Junior Sleering Commillee: Nalional Collegiale Who's Who. Q :iz 1 if ., g 'gf .2 425 xfmznmszss 3 ,I 2 BENJAMIN J. McCLELLAN I7Ih SI. and Blvd., Surf Cily, N. J. o Barnegal' High School, Barnegal, N. J. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, 2, 3: N.R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 3, 4: Turf ancl Tinsel 3, 4: Marching Band I, 2, 3, 4: Con- cer'r Band I, 2, 3, 4:' D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Villanovan 2: lniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commiiiee. WILLIAM G. McCREERY I59 Prospecl Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. o Poly Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Belle Air 4: Villanovan 4: Markefing Club 2: Junior Prom Commiifee: Senior Prom CommiHee: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: l Inclusirial Relaiions Commission 4: Turf and Tinsel 3: Sieering Commiiiee 4. JOHN J. McCUE Upper Gulph Rd., Slrafford, Pa. o SI. KaIharine's of Siena High School, Wayne, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Accouniing Socieiy 3, 4. ARTHUR P. McCUNE 7 Pine Tree La., Morris Plains, N. J. 0 Bayley High School, Mor- risI'own, N. J. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Marlceiing Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: Turf and Tinsel 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commiiiee: lniramurals I, 2, 3, 4. ANDREW F. McELROY I02 N. Cambridge Ave., VenI'nor Cily, N. J. 0 Allanlic Cily High School o Bachelor of Science in Educalion. Orieniaiion Commiiiee 2: lnrramurals I, 2, 3, 4, 5: l5O-lb. Fooi- ball Team 4, Co-Capiain 5: Biology Laboraiory Assisiani 4, 5. JOSEPH T. McGARIGLE 84 S. Church S+., Hazlelon, Pa. o S+. Gabriel's High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. ' Schola Caniorum I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Sieering Commiilee 3, 4: WVIL I, 2: Marlceiing Club 2, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: Sopho- more Corillion Decoraiion Chairman: Junior Prom Decoralion Chairman: Senior Prom Decoraiion Chairman: Turf ancl Tinsel I: Siege Manager 2, 3, 4: Belle Masque I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Siage Manager 3: Belle Air I, 2. VINCENT J. McGARRY, JR. 529 Elm Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. o Wesl' -Cafholic High School 0 Bachelor of Arls. lniercollegiaie Conference on Governmeni 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4: lniernaiional Relalions Club 2, 3, 4. JAMES P. McGEE Locusl' Gap, Pa. o MI. Carmel Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. I.R.C. 2: Spanish Club I, 2: lvlarlceiing Club 2, 3, 4: Program Chairman, Junior Prom: lniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Program Chair- man, Senior Prom: Sieering Cornmiiiee 4: Belle Air 4. si .Wai-2f"a2'..2H0 Swim pw ',.-5'-'f-wwfifw 4 rf. Mm 'Q ' - ' 1.2 . fx rv. ww.. as of rw sv ,.-. 2 gli is ---- in W. 'ii ,fr 3122.4 QMS? Wisicfiifwf Mksefwrfzss f3'f..f2f.,ef . .H 322.42 sr s wg 2 A asv -WT? or .-if . ru .USXW Nils . 4 SW . sz . :radii 6?f?I'5'ira.eS2m1sm5Q,5f?sa5.i 5 fogkaw f..g52f:i2::"fsE .fs'fii?gg:?:4rr2if'?,.w 5 95 , M . 4 .4 .,,,, ...gg ,Q W. , 4. ,gg G mg . wwf? 5.5 , . W... .2 .253 5. ,gem .. M......,,, ., my W, ....33.... .,,,f,.g....gg ,giifggwgg 5 5 ,3 Mgmgg, swf., bwsisg ,5gr5.5.b.i1 .Wg 5,5154 5 3, 3. .gsggjg..gi.55?gggg.sgss.fg 5....gf5f:::5,53..gg- W? A555 JCSEPH P. McGEE 333 Bala Ave., Cynwyd, Pa. o La Salle High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. N R .O.T.C.: Pislol Team 3: P.K.P. 2, 3, 4, 5: A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. JAMES W. McGRANE, O.S.A. Upper Darby, Pa. o Malvern Preparalory School o Bachelor of ArI's. Tagasian Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: Iniramurals 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Caniorum 2, 3, 4. CHARLES G. McGUCKIN I Maplewood S+., Glen Head, L. I., N. Y. o Chaminade High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Varsily Baseball 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy Foolball 4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: ISO-Ib. Foorball Team, Assisianl Coach 3: Siudeni' Council 2: Naiional Collegiafe Who's Who: Varsiiy Club 3, 4, Secreiary 3. JOHN J. McHUGH, JR. 5I I9 N. Marvine S+., Philadelphia 4I, Pa. o La Salle College High School o Bachelor of Arls. Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4: D.P.M. 2, 4: Bela Gamma Debaiing Socieiy 2: lniernaiional Relaiions Club 3, 4: Si. John's Orphan- age Commiilee 3: WVIL 2, 3, 4: Lynx 4. RICHARD D. McKENNA 805 Bullock Ave., Yeadon, Pa. o Wesl' Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. ramurals I, 2, 3, 4: A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4. JOHN F. McLOUGHLIN SI Chesfnui' Ave., Vineland, New Jersey o Salem High School, Salem, N. J. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: lndusirial Relaiions Com- mission 2: Villanovan 4: Belle Air 4: Iniernaiional Relaiions Club 3, 4: Sophomore Colillion Commiffee: Junior Prom Commiilee: Senior Prom Commiliee. EDWARD F. McMAHON I976 Cedar Ave., Bronx 53, N. Y. o Sl. Francis Xavier High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. Villanova Engineer 2: Associaie Edifor 3, Ecliior 4: lniramurals 2 3: A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4: Nalional Collegiaie Who's Who. THOMAS F. McNICHOL 47II Hazel Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 0 La Salle High School o Bachelor of Arfs. N.R.O.T.C.: Drill Team I, 2, 3, Masier 4: WVIL 3: lniramurals I, 2: Chess Club 4: l.R.C. 3: German Club 2, 3. 'Xi-Zag lifrwmii 5 W ii 655' V i F '5 355 5 is W his 35 M 3123 'QQ 5:5235 A?55555 5?3iWiv V 2 'SQ ' f w sw.. :gi if 4? 5 4 Q ik 4 W fl 1 1 , J. . JOSEPH W. McNICHOLAS I3l8 Holland Sf., Crumlynne, Pa. o Ridley Township High School o Bachelor of Science in Educalion. Freshman Fooiball: Varsily Eoolball 2, 3, 4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Varsily Club 3, 4. JOHN R. McNULTY Laurel, N. Y. o Malfiluclc High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inframurals 2, 4: Sanciuary Sociely I, 2, 3, 4: D.P.E. 4: P.K.P. I, 2. JOSEPH T. McNULTY, JR. l223 Troy Ave., Brooklyn 3, N. Y. o Xavier High School, N. Y. C. o Bachelor of Ar'Is. N.F.C.C.S. I, 2, 3: Junior Delegale, Nalional Convenlion 4: Glee Club I: Villanovan 2, 3: WVIL 3, 4: I.R.C. 3: Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4: Turi and Tinsel 4: Bela Gamma Debaiing Sociely 3, Secreiary 4: German Club I, 2, 3, 4. THOMAS F. McPHAUL 3804 l7+h S+., N.E., Washingion, D. C. 0 Sf. Anlhony High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2: Glee Club 2: Iniramurals 2, 3, 4: Induslrial Relalions Club 4: Villanovan 4: Belle Air 4: Markeling Club 2: Senior Prom Commiiiee 4. DANIEL J. MENIHANE, O.S.A. I4 E. Broolc PI., Melhuen, Mass. 0 Cenlral Cafholic High School, Lawrence, Mass. o Bachelor of Arls. Tagaslan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: Liferary Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 2, 3, 4: Calholic Aciion Club 2, 3, 4. DONALD N. MILLER 3456 Dewey Ave., Rochesler Ib, N. Y. 0 Aquinas Insfilule o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. P.K.P. I, 2, 3, 4: A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4: Siudenl Council 3, 4: Sieering Commillee 3, 4: Nalional Collegiaie Who's Who. ' WALTER J. MILLER 9 Keenan Place, Garden Cify, N. Y. o Chaminade High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4: P.K.P. I, 2, 3: Owl Hop Chairman 4. GEORGE F. MINSER l50-I7 32 Ave., Flushing, N. Y. o Brooklyn Preparalory School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.: Belle Masque 3, Slage Manager 4: Bela Gamma 2, Corresponding Secreiary 3, Vice-Presidenl 4: A.S.lvI.E. 2, 3, I 4: Sludeni Council 4: P.K.P. 3, 4: Owl I-lop Commillee 3, 4: I Villanova Engineer 3, 4: Junior Prom Comrniliee 3: Inlramurals I, 2. an .- r '-f -Y Y 7' WILLIAM J. MITTENMEYER Oalx La. and Barclay Rds., Melrose Parlr, Pa. o Brown Prepara'l'ory School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Marlceling Club I, 2, Vice-Presidenl 3, 47 SI. John's Orphanage Commiliee: Junior Prom Commiileeg Senior Dinner Dance Commilieep Villanovan 3, 4. FRANKB MOGAVERO 3I0 Fairhill Rd., Wynnewood, Pa. o Lower Merion High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I. 2, 3: Bowling Club 3, 4. ALFRED E. MOHAN' I266 S. Newlrirlc S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Soufheasl Calholic High School o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. A.I.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4. JAMES R. MONROE III2 Evans Ave., McKeespor'I', Pa. o Sf. Vincen'I' Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inframurals I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH F. MONTOGOMERY IOI7 Bon Air Rd., Haverlown, Pa. 0 Wesl Caiholic High School, Philadelphia, Pa. o Bachelor ofAr1's. N.R.O.T.C.: Spanish Club 3: Chess Club 4: lnlernalional Rela- 'rions Club 3, 4: Inlercollegiale Governmenl Conference 3, 4. EDWARD MORAN 274 W. Third S1'.,Moores+own N. J. o Mooreslown High School o Bachelor of Science in Chemislry. N.R.O.'I'.C.: German Club 4: Villanova Chemical Sociefy I, 2, Secrelary-Treasurer 3, Vice-Presidenl 4: lnlramurals 3: Sanciuary Sociely 4. ROGER H. MORIARTY 255 Hedly S+., Porfsmoufh, R. I. o Porlsmoufh Priory School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 3: Marlceling Club 2: D.P.E. 4, Social Chairman: Turf and Tinsel 3, Business Slalilq Senior Prom Commilleeg Infra- murals I, 2: Belle Air 4, Business Manager. BARTHOLOMEW J. MOYNAHAN l 235 Ringgold S+., Peelcslcill, N. Y. o Peeltslcill High School o i Bachelor of Ar'I's. I N.R.O.T.C.g D.P.ivl. I, 2, 3, Presiclenl 4: Varsily Traclc I, 2, 37 y Inlramurals 4: Inlernarional Relalions Club 3, 43 Naiional Col- l Iegiale WhQ's Who. 2:5255?2E2-rErE.r:22:f:-2-air!-'W:--if-Ef:'iEf.E2:.:.,:,'Z.,..,..:r::r,1'12'-...zzz5.5225-:-.z1525.11 if 'I ,.,.. f if 'W T "" ' we 2. V if Q., S1 if 1 ' f 4' .. rw W If il 3 is ri -i'-- A .,.. - ,Q E is 95:55 2 W is 98 ii P IWW Lage... .45 JOSEPH M. MUCHA 450 Fern S+., Freeland, Pa. o Mining and Mechanical lnslilule o Bachelor of Aris. German Club I, Treasurer 2: Sancluary Sociely 4: L.K.D. I, 2, 3, 4: Inframurals I. JOHN H. MUELLER 7I8 Mason Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Wesf Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Rifle Team I, 2, 3, 4, Pisfol Team 3, 4, Drill Team I, 2, 3: Markefing Club 2, 3, 4: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4. JAMES J. MULLAHY 524I N. I5+h S+., Philadelphia 4I, Pa. o La Salle College High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. WILLIAM A. MULLEE Quaker Hill, Pawling, N. Y. o Greaf Neck High School, Greal' Neck, N. Y. o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. I, 2, 3, 4: P.K.P. I, 2, 3, 4: Sancluary Sociely 2, 3, 4. PAUL F. MULLEN l209 Cornell Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Wesl' Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Accounfing Socieiy 2, 3, 4. EDWARD J. MURPHY I305 Slirling S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o La Salle College High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. JOHN P. MURPHY, O.S.A. Chicago, Ill. o Augusfinian Academy, S+a'I'en Island, N. Y. o Bachelor of Ar'I's. Tagaslan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: Iniramurals 2, 3, 47 Liferary Club 2, 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 2, 3, 4: Calholic Aclion Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM F. R. MURPHY I47 Broadview Rd., Springfield, Pa. o Malvern Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: S+. John's Orphanage Commillee 3: Blazer Ball Commilfee 3: Belle Masque Publicily Commilfee 3: Fa+her's Day Commilfee 4: Senior Prom Com- millee. If Hr... ,,,, 2 ,V,,,, .. ,,,, 4 f ':" 52? LEONARD J. D. MYERS Appledale Rd., Trooper, Pa. o Sainl' Pa'Irick's High School, Nor- risfown, Pa. o Bachelor of Ar'rs. Belle Masque Sociely 23 Inlercollegiale Conference on Govern- menl 4. RICHARD J. NACLERIO 2326 Lodoviclc Ave., Bronx, N. Y. 0 Chrislopher Columbus High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: D.P.E. 3, 4: Inlramurals 2. 3, 4: Sancluary Sociely I, 2, 3, 41 Marlceling Club 2: Belle Air 4: Bowling Club 2, 3, 4. GINO J. NARDY, JR. 633I Chesler Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Wesl Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Markeling Club 2, 3, 47 Spanish Club 21 lnlramurals 3, 4. FRANCIS NASO 2524 S. 20ih S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Soulh Philadelphia High School o Bachelor of Science in Biology. ROBERT P. NEARY 20 Oak S+., Beacon, N. Y. o Beacon High School o Bachelor of Arls. Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Concerl' Band 2, 3, 41 lnlernalional Rela- fions Club 3, 4: D.P.IvI. I, 2: Spanish Club li Inlramurals I. NICHOLAS O. NIGRO 22I Weslparlc La., Wesfbroolc Park, Pa. 0 Overbrook High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Physics. Physics Club 2: Malh Club 3, 4. VINCENT A. NINNI IOI S. Elmwood Ave., Glenolden, Pa. 0 Ridley Park High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. A.S,C.E. 2, 3, 4: Villanova Engineer 4. CHARLES J. NOEL 8I2 S. 47+h S+., Philadelphia 43, Pa. o Wesl' Ca'I'holic High School o Bachelor of Science in Chemislry. P.K.P. I, 2, 3, 4: A.I.Ch.E. 2, Chemical Sociely 3, Presidenl 4: Mendel Bullelin 4. as as is II 3552254355255 ies? 25 55533 31EiEE 3Wi5I?2E?s5SE5S riirwgeifsgsscf Ig 3 552515 i if I2 H .Q . i s5? .5s5.25s5is5ssss?5. ' .2 if 'I JAMES L. NOLIN, JR. 257 Oakland Ave., S+a'I'en Island I0, N. Y. o Auguslinian Acad- emy o Bachelor of Arfs. Villanovan I, Associale Edilor 2, 3, News Edilor 4: Belle Air I, 2, 3, Typing Edilor 4: Spanish Club I, 3, 4, Treasurer 2: Sanclu- ary Sociely I, 2, 3, 4: Class Sleering Commillee 2, 3: Orienra- lion Commillee 2: Danle Sociely I, 2: WVIL I, 2: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Swimming Club I, 2: Della Pi Mu I, 4, Secrelary 2, 3: Inlramurals Officials Commillee I, 2, 3: Iniramural Alhlelics Commillee I: Publicily Commillee Chairman, Junior Prom: Sophomore Colillion Commillee: Junior Dinner Dance Commil- Iee: Senior Prom Commillee: Charily Ball Commilleet S+. John's Orphanage Commillee: Lynx 4: Nalional Collegiale Who's Who. ALBERT C. NOWAK 22 Cavan Dr., Towson 4, Md. o Calverl' Hall High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. lvlarkeling Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Incluslrial Relalions Commission 3, Presidenl 4: Junior Prom Commillee. PATRICK J. NOWLAN, O.S.A. Bala, Pa. o S+. Thomas More High School, Philadelphia, Pa. o Bachelor of Arls. Tagaslan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Caniorum 2, 3, 4. JAMES T. O'BRIEN 23I7 Bond Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Upper Darby High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals 2, 3, 4: Blazer Ball Commillee: Sophomore Colillion Commillee. WILLIAM H. O'CONNOR 6I3 Ferne Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Preparalory School o Bachelor of EIec+ricaI Engineering. A.I.E.E. 3, 4: Inlramurals 3, 4. HUGH P. O'DONNELL 6433 Windsor Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o Sl. Joseph's Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Marlceling Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Foolball I: Inlramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD C. O'DONNELL, O.S.A. Summil Hill, Pa. o S+. Ann's High School, Lansford, Pa. o Bache- lor of Arls. Tagaslan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.lVl.C. 2, 3, 4: lnlrarnurals 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Calholic Aclion 2, 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 2, 3, 4. BERNARD J. O'DOWD, O.S.A. I45 Ma'Hews Ave., Sfalen Island, N. Y. 0 Auguslinian Academy 0 Bachelor of Arfs. Tagasian Club I, 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. I, 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Calholic Aclion I, 2, 3, 4. , , 3 N M. .u..vwssssM...,s,,,..,3, ,W wW...s..... .Qwi...s,sssigssqggsv.gmssggssgsgvgsssgssugwg s assssspggig, 355535339535 simisse 5 Q " , . Q 2. . . :P . .J sy Q iw s if 3 35 gm se Q 3 3 gr li .f'-:-.: Mzwee"5f232f'9i'sSM'5'.?2'?:3 'fir s.M'M4Z:S:rwwf5f2Si?2 if 5 eil 52:4 we 5 imma 0 482333 is 42 is' 91, ' 2: 0 2535 af-a:'Ef,s.I!:'5:at:a:!e::2z:Z2z.2:2le?:21.2z:zaf:2:E-fa:-l.:-:-4 IOI .. , ............., .. , , 1- :- -25.252-.rea:1i::H-:ef-2e:ea:.::z:::.2:2-.razfsszsizcmf , .::l::-:re 'E'E'if'E:55:!2-:2E22ErEE2E'2ifl2iz:E:2E1Ee1EiiEi... 3 .1.12 .'iI'I' :- - ::5i-3-game, Q 35.5 gsgsggsggmgsgs5g.g.,Eg,,,My3?sgs.s.S ,egg .gigs M my ,mg ...Q . s ss., s Hhs ...si 8 5, s ., 4 2 4455555555554355525555552 I rr , JOHN M. OLIVEIRA R.D. 3, Coafesville, Pa. o Coa+esville High School o Bachelor of Science in Educa+ion. In+ramuraIs I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Dinner Dance Commi++ee: Chess Club 4: As+ronomy Club 4: K.P.K. Secre+ary 3, 4. RONALD O'REILLY IO0I Drexel Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Wes+ Ca+holic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Senior Prom Commi++ee: Senior Dinner Dance Commi++ee: Fa+her's Day Commi++ee: Junior Prom Commi++ee: Spanish Club 2, 3: MarI4e+ing Club 2, 3, 4: In+ramuraIs 3, 4. JOHN J. O'SULLIVAN, O.S.A. Rahway, N. J. 0 S+. Pe+er's High School, New Brunswick, N. J. 0 Bachelor of Ar+s. Tagas+an Club 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 3, 4: Li+erary Club 3, 4: Schola Can+orum 3, 47 Ca+hoIic Ac+ion 3, 4: In+ramuraIs 3, 4. DESMOND PALMER I526 Adams Ave., Scran+on, Pa. o Dunmore High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accoun+ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Senior Prom Commi++ee. RICHARD P. PANIZZA 345 Murray S+., Bridgeville, Pa. 0 Briclgeville High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Biology. L.K.D. 2, 3, 4: German Club 2: As+ronomy Club 4. DANIEL R. PARIS 43 Ridge S+., Orange, N. J. o Orange High School 0 Bachelor of Ar+s. BasIce+baII I: In+ramuraIs I, 2, 3, 4: German Club I, 2, 3, 4: Dan+e Socie+y 2: WVIL 3, 4: Junior Prom Commi++ee: Senior Prom Commi++ee: D.P.M. I, 2: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: Belle Air 4. VINCENT A. PARISI Blomming Glen, Pa. o Hill+own High School o Bachelor of Ar+s. Spanish Club I, 2. JOHN D. PAROLIN 249 Wa+er S+., Fi+chburg, Mass. o S+. BernarcI's High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Cheerleader I, 2: Spanish Club I, 2, Presiden+ 3: Junior Prom Commi++ee: Senior Prom Commi++eeg MarIce+ing Club 2, 3, 4: Indus+riaI ReI'a+ions Commission 4: In+ramuraIs 2, 3, 4. IIS. .QI W aii? JAMES R. PATTERSON 609 Ridge Rd., Kenilworlh, III. o Holy Cross Abbey, Canon Cily, Colo. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2: D.P.E. 2, Vice-Presideni 3, 4: Marlceiing Club 2, 3. CHARLES A. PEARSON I44 N. Carol Blvd., Upper Darby, Pa. o Sl. Joseph's Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Accouniing Sociely 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3: Orienlalion Comrniilee 2: Sleering CommiH'ee 2, 3, 4: Sopho- more Class Secreiary: Junior Prom Program Chairman: Sopho- more Colillion Commiliee: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: Senior Prom Commillee: Senior Dinner Dance Commillee. ANTHONY J. PELLICANE, JR. I83 Livingslon Ave., New Brunswiclc, N. J. 0 Rulgers Preparalory School o Bachelor of Science in Biology. L.K.D. I, 2, 3, 4: German Club I, 2, 3. DAVID S. PETERSEN 227 Irving Ave., Por+ Chesler, N. Y. o Blessed Sacramenf High School, New Rochelle, N. Y. o Bachelor of Arfs. WVIL 3, Slalion Manager 4: Belle Masque 4: Villanovan 3: Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals 2, 3, 4. RICHARD C. PETERSON I5 Summil Ave., Broomall, Pa. o Fleminglon High School, Fleminglon, N. J. o Bachelor of Eleclrical Engineering. I.R.E. 3, 4: A.I.E.E. 4. JOSEPH M. PHILLIPS I I5 McKinley Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. o Girard College o Bachelor of Arls. Marching Band I, 2: Conceri' Band I: Lynx 3, 4. WILLIAM P. PHIPPS 2074 N. 62nd S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Sl. Joseph's College High School o Bachelor of Arls. N.R.O.'I'.C.: Inlercollegiale Conference on Governmenl' 3, 4: Sfeering Commillee 3, 4: Inlernalional Relalions Socieiy 3, Presiclenl 4. HAROLD W. PICKETT 646 E. Main Sl., Meriden, Conn. o Meriden High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2: Spanish Club I, 2: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commiiiee: Lynx 2, 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: Sleer- ing Commillee 4: Belle Air 4, Ari Eclilor: Decoraiions Chairman, Senior Prom. I i ' 1- if ,V 2225.5'f:agfpsfe.J.,::m,:.zggQa.g.,g,fsf22x.:gW:.sg,:wi:.adefzf:,:ggQfW..s,'f.g:ff 1' , .- wmweasw r S .fs wb gf W aww'-13.4 ...fewfyfszlsefsw:.9f1Qe2i,f..2::,:sfM154em,f..:1:ewg 4 ?.:,:,::f':f ysi.ffg ?'f75:fMc:.Q: ,.,,-.zfsflewifizsw sef i s , a1w.f..wM.W.Q2- wmsm MQ... Q. -ssezfyv 9'-www...:Mzfw 3.225411 is 2W:,gwi. :'k: 29m5S:S:wf' 2 1:,.q,?'33wwiWir:e MM, is Fgiixh PM iwi I Mi lv: All-fe?! i s if? : if I03 RAYMOND J. PIERI, JR. 20l Summif Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 0 The Cascadilla School, llhaca, N. Y. o Bachelor of Ar+s. D.P.M. 2, 3, 4: Villanovan 4: Chess Club I, 2: Sancluary Sociely 4: Inlernafional Relalions Club 3, 4: German Club 4. THOMAS A. PITT. JR. 304 S. Walnul S+., Wesl Chesler, Pa. o S+. Agnes High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Glee Club I: Iniramurals I, 2, 3: Senior Prom Commilfee: Golf Team 4. MARTHA POLANSKY l24 N. Lehigh Ave., Fraclxville, Pa. 0 Fraclrville High School 0 Ashland Sfale Hospi+al School of Nursing 0 Bachelor of Science in Nursing. EDWARD T. PROROK l584 Ml. Ephiam Ave., Camden, N. I. o Camden High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Foofball I, 2, 3. FRANCIS J. PU LITANO 56I9 Highgale Dr., Balfimore, Md. o Mounl Sainl' Joseph High School o Bachelor of Elecfrical Engineering. A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4: I.R.E. 2, 3, 4: WVIL 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Decoraiion CommiHee. JOHN J. OUINDLEN 7I24 Pennsylvania Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. o Wesl Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Inlramurals I, 2: Accounling Club 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commiifee: Fa+her's Day Commillee: Nalional Collegiafe Who's Who. ARTHUR L. OUINN 4426 Macomb S+. N.W., Washinglon lb, D. C. o Georgelown Preparafory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Sophomore Cofillion Commiflee: MarIce+ing Club 2, 3: D.P.E. 2. 3, 4: Sludeni' Council 3, 4: Orieniafion CommiH'ee 3, 4: Junior Class Presidenl: Sleering Commiilee 4: Fa'rher's Day Commillee: Lynx 4: Inlramurals I, 2: Belle Air 3, 4, Eclilor-in-Chief 4: Na- Iional Collegiale Who's Who. CHARLES A. QUINN 423 W. HorHer S+., Philadelphia I9, Pa. o La Salle High School o Bachelor of Eleclrical Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4, 5, Vice-Chairman 3, Chairman 4: I.R.E. 2, 3, 4, 5: Villanova Engineer 2, 3, 4, 5: P.K.P. 2, 3, 4, 5. 9 ...M awe ik ya we Mi iii S is 5 i gig ? -f?5??fs5v3s 55532549 ., S 3 55 :Sw4.w fl sl: 435 if wa 2 4: F ...Q sz .Mi .. ,. si E.. W JOSEPH J. OUINN 3I6 Shaw Rd., Ridley Park, Pa. o S+. James High School 0 Bache- lor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: IvIarI4e+ing Club 2, 3, 4: N.R.O.T.C. Band 3, 41 In+ramuraIs 2, 3. JOSEPH T QUINN I503 S. Corlies S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Sou+heas+ Ca+hoIic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: In+ramuraIs I, 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL F. OUINN 5I8 Tremon+ Ave., Wes++ield, N. J. 0 S+. Benedic+'s Prepara+ory School, Newark, N. J. o Bachelor o+ Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2, 3: Prom Commi++ee 3, 4: Varsi+y Track 2, 3, 4: Belle Air 4: S+eering Commi++ee 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 4: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Presiden+ 4: Varsi+y Club 3, 4. RICHARD C. RAAB 724 N. 24+h S+., AIlen+own, Pa. o S+. Rose High School Belmar, N. J. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Iv1arIce+ing Club I, 2, 3, 4: In+ramuraIs 2, 3, 4: Freshman BasIce+baII: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4. JOHN T. RALEIGH 77 Eagle S+., Troy, N. Y. o Ca+hoIic Cen+ral High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Accoun+ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4: In+ramuraI I, 2, 3, 4: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I: Belle Air 3. JOSEPH J. RANIERI I822 Win+on Ave., Haver+own, Pa. o Wes+ Ca+hoIic High School, Philadelphia, Pa. 0' Bachelor of Civil Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.: Class Vice-Presiden+ 3, 4: A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5, Treasurer 3, 4, Presiden+ 5: P.K.P. 2, 3, 4, 5: In+ramuraIs I, 2, 3, 4, 5: Blazer Ball Chairman: N.R.O.T.C. Recrea+ion Commi++ee 2: Na+ionaI CoIIegia+e Who's Who 4. M. ROBERT RANIERI I03 Crosshill Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Friends Cenfral High School o Bachelor of Science.in Educa+ion. In+ramuraIs I, 2, 3: K.P.K. 3, 4, Presiden+ 4. SILVESTRO F. REALI, JR. 3209 S. Juniper S+., Philadelphia, Pa. c Sou+h Philadelphia High School for Boys o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4. gS'i fji..a':w.H?vf?"Q .:".Q::ssM? -'W W" """ , """" W ""' :-':a.:a:i::si.-.:ff' -:1..,.,, 'mmf' .'.:-,..,:.:.- gg:,: , New m5'4 wPMgg,,vg1,,,,-gNs' gQ:gwms'1 ,:.,g ,,g -:.:. -......,:,. 13 1 . ., 5.2, 7. , . . .,., .-,. P ....,.,.,. W-1 ,mm Wa ,.,..,.,. 4 -,-.,.-W .v,. ..,. .,., .,.,. -,.--si ri ...,.... . .,...,!...-.. . --.-- .-.-.-...- 1 . 2. WAKE M.-.mm-A Z 'rs 2 1 f P D- . 1 2- fbmfmsiggwxuy 1:-.-: Zf K,.....af...W:..-ears.-:-:,'.: .-.-. . K?-Egan. :-2 -224: .,.,. 1 gsm ,A 4,5 ,S , gg 0,11 .sfW.:W,.,...... ...,. : --:I-iii' 1 ..fi"1, WZ .f f ,,,. , mm., ""-' :::-51 gmfwgy ia YM M f . 'si :is - zmmwsie szmw f giiiiisiiiisiigigie I05 i ROBERT A. REBER s V I32 W. Lanvale S+., Balfimore, Md. o Malvern Preparaiory I School, Malvern, Pa. o Bachelor of Arfs. Inframurals I, 2: D.P.M. I, 2, 4: Lynx 4: WVIL 4: Junior Prom Commifiee: Senior Dinner Dance Commifiee: Belle Air I, 2, Associaie EcIi'ror 3, Copy Ediior 4. EDWARD W. REDDINGTON. JR. 4l E. Freedley S+., Norrisfown, Pa. o Sf. Pa1'ricIx's High School o Bachelor of Ar+s. Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: D.P.M. 4: Lynx 3, 4: BeIIe Air 4. ROBERT D. RICCIANI IOI Ashmore Ave., Trenlon, N. J. 0 Trenlon Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Varsiiy BasebaII 2, 3, 4: Varsify Club 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2. DOMINIC J. RICCIUTI, O.S.A. Philadelphia, Pa. o Soulh Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Arfs. Tagasfan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4: Inirarnurals 2, 3, 4: Schoia Caniorum 2, 3, 4: Liierary Club 3, 4. RAYMOND RIGNEY 86 Aldine S+., Rochesfer, N. Y. 0 Aquinas Ins+i+u+e 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Varsiiy Fooiball 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy Club 3, 4: SI. John's Orphanage Commiffee. CARL C. RILEY 3I3 E. 20'I'h S+., Chesfer, Pa. 0 Sf. James High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inframurais I: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsei 3, 4: Accouniing Socieiy 2, 3, 4. ROBERT RINEHART 8I S. Grandview Ave., Piffsburgh, Pa. 0 Craffon High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. 4 FRED J. ROBERTS I2 Mar+ins Lane, Berwyn, Pa. o Lower Merion High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. 2 A.S.M.E. 3, 4. sg 'y'qwxSr.?.. .gwgzbgw mffzg' ifgffglizaifef M.zQ...1,3f.,. .,.,4..::f - -.w..f3' .. I -6 ,w.:s,f-f.sw,g2uf Mfwis-mein!-WQTZW r asia-fwfzn We ew: W .XM sz. me me www is New 352 iff 55555 Nffsisf if :E Sszrieerifggihz s I06 GILBERT F. ROBERTS IZ39 America Rd., Camden, N. J. 0 Camden High School 0 Bachelor of Civil Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.I A.S.C.E. 2, 3. 4. JOHN F. ROGERS 53I Arbor Rd., Yeadon, Pa. o Yeadon High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I. MARTIN H. ROGERS 89 Lynmoulh Rd., Malverne, L. I., N. Y. 0 Chaminade High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Marching Band I, 2, 3, 43 Schola Canlorum 2, 3, 4: Marlceling Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, Junior Prom Commillee. WILLIAM J. ROONEY 293 Third Ave., Troy, N. Y. o La Salle lnsIil'u'I'e o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I. 25 WVIL I: Dan+e Socieiy 2: Belle Air 4: Junior Dinner Dance Commilleeg Junior Prom Commilleeg Senior Prom Commillee. HAROLD J. ROURKE 20 Norfh Broadway, While Plains, N. Y. 0 While Plains High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. lniramurals 2, 3, 4i A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Coiillion Com- miiieep Junior Prom Commilleeg Villanova Engineer 2. GEORGE P. ROWAN 2l8-I2 I3l Ave. S rin Field Gds. I3 Lon lsland N. Y. o S+. I P g I g I Ann's Academy o Bachelor of Science in Biology. German Club I, Presiolenl 2, 3, L.K.D. I, 2, Secrelary 3, 4: Mendel Bullelin 3, 4. NICHOLAS S. RUGGERI 9I5 Ellsworlh S+., Philadelphia 47, Pa. o Soulheasl' Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Biology. MATTHEW J. RYAN 725 Foss Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o S+. Joseph's Preparaiory School . o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Markeling Club 2, 3: lnlramurals I, 2. 5 'WO Y-gs 51,132 I'E':'I5iiZ M.. 107 sv ...mw..,.,.s..... , 4 . ,Mr , 1, 7 SZ:Zg:g,Q2,,..,,3, W-w,...,,g,4b5'.g,gHwzwa..w....,,,Vwpwmfw., w ,Y sw......,5ggQfw'v i::333i.Sf32WYYZl53S2?f5.bmiiiwigwwwgsisjldqf ei :N Viiiiigifgi QEKZIIQEQQW W 2::::ffaisssssaisfiiiifiifigsssiwziiiiiissiefs.222 fi fSfW:fff?w. PHILIP H. RYAN 20 l+endale S+., Springfield, Mass. o Ca+hedral High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Junior Prom Commi++ee: lndus+rial Relalrions Commi++ee 4. ERNEST J. SANTONE 549 W. Bu+Ier S+., Philadelphia 40, Pa. o La Salle High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. ln+ramurals I, 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: lvlarlce+ing Club 2 3 B. FRANCIS SAUL 3035 Chain Bridge Rd., N.W., Washing+on, D. C. o George+own Prepara+ory School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. ln+rarnurals I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: WVIL 2, 4: S+. John's Orphanage Commi++ee Co-Chairman: ln+erna+ional Rela+ions Club 3, 4: Senior Prom Commi++ee: S+eering Commi++ee 3, 4: Deba+ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4, Secre+ary 3: Belle Air 4: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commi++ee. WILLIAM H. SAVAGE 56I3 Ches+er Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. o Wes+ Ca+holic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Accoun+ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4. DONALD A. SCAIANO II7 Norden S+., S+a+en Island, N. Y. o S+. Pe+er's High School o Bachelor of Science in Educa+ion. JAMES O. SCHAFER 4220 Garre++ Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Upper Darby High School o Bachelor of Elec+rical Engineering. Villanova Engineer 3, 4: A.l.E.E. 3, 4: l.R.E. 3, 4. ANTHONY A. SCHEPPERD 878 N. Bailey S+., Philadelphia 30, Pa. o Columbia lns+i+u+e o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I. L. ROBERT SCHILLING, JR. 470 Prospec+ Ave., Oradell, N. J. o The Hun School, Prince+on N. J. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. D.P.lv1. I, 2, 3, 4: ln+ramurals I, 2: Junior Prom Commi++ee Sophomore Co+illion Commi++ee: Chari+y Ball Commi++ee: Ac coun+ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4. - flew-ew .1 if s 25 aa W , .13 1 5 .:s....,,...fe if fr 5 5 1' if 4 2 we.-ii W. f Q f Q' Er 5 zz 4 M W DONALD J. SCHMIDT 2707 Holifer S+., Penbrook, Pa. o Harrisburg Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Physics. Naiional Collegiaie Who's Who. BARRY A. SCHMITT I9 Charllon S+., New York, N. Y. o La Salle Milifary Academy o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Turf and Tinsel 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: lniramurals 2, 3, 4: lvlarkeling Club 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH C. SCHNAUBELT, O.S.A. Alfoona, Pa. o Auguslinian Academy, Sfafen Island, N. Y. 0 Bachelor of Arls. Tagaslan Club I, 2, 3, 4: C.S.lVi.C. I, 2, 3, 4: lniramurals l. 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum I, 2, 3, 4: Pholo Club I, 2, 3, 4: Calholic Aciion Club I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E. SCU LLY 227 W. Garfield Ave., Norwood, Pa. o Sf. James High Schoo Chesler, Pa. o Bachelor of Arls. ROBERT J. SEIFERT 5325 Oakland S+., Philadelphia 24, Pa. o Norlheasl' Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C. RICHARD S. SHANNON II5 Russell Ave., Walerlown, Mass. 0 Walerlown Senior High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Baseball 2, 3: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2, 3. THOMAS E. SHEEHAN I00 E. Mosholu Parkway, N. Y. C., N. Y. o All Hallows High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Senior Class Preesidenl: Chairman of Mol'her's Day Commillee 3: Secrelary of lhe Junior Class: Villanovan I, 2, 3, 4: Sporis Edilor 2, Managing Edilor 3, Associafe Eoliior 4: Belle Air 2, 3, 4: Sleering Commiliee 3, 4: Blazer Commiiiee: Orienlaiion Commiliee 4: Sludenl Council 3, 4: Si. John's Orphanage Com- milfee 3: D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club l:Junior Prom Commiliee: WVIL 2: Nalional Collegiale Who's Who. LAWRENCE E. SHELLEY 403 Lincoln Ave., Haverlown, Pa. 0 Haverford High School o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. P.K.P. I, 2, 3, 4: A.l.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4, Secreiary 3: lniramurals 2 Villanova Engineer l. 5 Q 3 gg 6262 gga 3 15 ,as E .3 se 3, is H 5 ms? S., .sf . fgmiy szsfgrqgwis- 4s,,g:fm.:.,:'ri:'3:'gs.:?z. M 4 i 4 4 is iii :S 4 gm .,,,, W. .H 2... . I... Y 4. GEORGE J. SIKORA 627 Buchanan Sl., Befhlehem, Pa. o Belhlehem Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. Band 4: N.E.C.C.S. 4: Accounling So- ciely 4: Indusirial Relalions Commission 4: Sancluary Sociely 2: WVIL 2. FRANCIS M. SILLETT 350 Newfon S+., Weslbury, L. I., N. Y. o Chaminade High School o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. Junior Prom Commilleeg Inlramurals I, 2, 3: A.I.Ch.E. 2. 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Villanova Engineer 4: P.K.P. 2, 3, 4. n RALPH D. SINNOTT 422 Chesfnuf SI., Upper Darby, Pa. o Wesl Cafholici High School o Bachelor of Eleclrical Engineering. Villanova Engineer I: A.I.E.E. 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2. DONALD A. SKELLEY 603 WaI'I'on Ave., Alfoona, Pa. o Alfoona Calholic High School o Bachelor of Arfs. N.R.O.T.C.: Villanovan 2, 3: Sancluary Sociely 2, 3, 4: D.P.M. I, 2, 3, 4: Inlernalional Relalions Club 3, 4: Inlramurals I: Spanish Club 3. THOMAS A. SLIWINSKI I2I8 Sycamore S+., WiImingI'on, Del. o Valley Forge MiIiI'ary Academy o Bachelor of Science in Biology. L.K.D. 2, 3, 4: N.E.C.C.S. 2: Inlramurals I, 2: German Club 3. DAVID A. SMITH 66I7 N. Oshkosh Ave., Chicago, III. o Marmion Mililary Acad- emy, Aurora, III. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. I N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. Rifle Team I, 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel I, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, 4: Schola Caniorum I, 2, 3, 4, Sec- relary 2, 3, 4: Sluclenl Council 2, 3, 4: Orienlalion Commillee 2, 3: Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Prom Commilfee: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, 2: Sophomore Colillion Commilfeeq Belle Air 4. JAMES T. SMITH 24I S. Madison Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. 0 Wesl Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, 2, 3: P.K.P. 3, 4, 5: A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4, 5. PAUL D. SMITH , 624 E. Wesfmoreland S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Roman Calholic High School o Bachelor of Arls. I IIO 2 'E B3 2.3: 5 A ig :rx ,E 2 5 as.3ffg5g.22i2fgs1.sf:y..l,.:5zggggiisr29233552532,f::im,z5e..ggig,g f3a:..'gg3...3:1g,g3?ag,J5,,3,g Sw? -fsisgglg Q 5.5, Af - ROBERT E. SMITH Pond S+., Ashland, Mass. o Ashland High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Ma+hema+ics. N.R.O.T.C.: N.R.O.T.C. Rifle and Pisiol Team 2, 3, 4: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team 2, 3, 4: D.P.M. 2, 3, 4: lvlaih Club 2, 3, 4: Sanc+uary Socie+y 2, 3, 4. WILFRED M. SMITH I680I Lauder Rd., De+roi+, Mich. o Augus+inian Academy, S+a+en Island, N. Y. 0 Bachelor of Ar+s. Belle Masque 4: ln+ramurals I, 2, 3: WVIL 4. FRANCIS J. SNEE 3306 N. Wa+erloo S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Nor+heas+ Ca+holic High School o Bachelor of Elec+rical Engineering. I.R.E, 4: A.l.E.E. 4. JOHN P. SOLEY I3 Harvard Terr., Wes+ Orange, N. J. o Our Lady of +he Valley High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Freshman Basl4e+ball: ln+ramurals 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Sanciu- ary Socieiy 2: Turf and Tinsel 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2: Senior S+eer- ing Commi++ee: Junior Dinner Dance Commi++ee: Marke+ing Club 2, 4. DONALD W. SOMMERS l953 Winnemac Ave., Chicago 40, Ill. 0 S+. Ri+a's High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. In+ramurals I, 2: Belle Air 2: Orien+a+ion Commi++ee 2: Varsi+y Baseball 2, 3, 4: Varsiiy Club 3, 4. WALTER E. SOSNOWSKI 2I7 S. Van Buren S+., Wilming+on, Del. o Salesianum Ca+holic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Accoun+ing Socie+y 2, 3, 4: ln+ramurals I. 2. RONALD C. SPAHR 2059 Snyder Ave., Philadelphia 45, Pa. 0 Sou+h Philadelphia High School for Boys o Bachelor of Science in Economics. i RICHARD J. SPANGENBERG i 2Il7 S. Frazier S+., Philadelphia 43, Pa. o Wes+ Philadelphia Ca+holic High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. E Villanova Engineer I, Business Manager 2, Copy Edi+or 3, Man- aging Edi+or 4: A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4. I i Q f H i'4973335f+33i5'-i'g?Z12s?W:Z2?Q?'Z2MWhffimiflifzliwiJ a,,,1siz,ff..z:3iZ'.L':zg:. ::-aa-2:22 ..'.::'.:e::sasz-'-.: e.5.E5'W uw.s.., :'mf'A"f:ff2iZ..:2,g,,gfafe.1-f.1CJSiQ'64' ' .ww fazsrww ' gf? " N iifsww-aww. www.w.'l+3.2T9'z'H2J.'l1iF,fg::HQ-fmizsffi '245:V:'esme2.:,,4 :wQ.a'2:'5,::2vfeWa " -V v5g3"?H1wmf.S,...wv.wVw.,5L3,j,Hi? my w..:r'r-1-fwfiv . 5 Q ' nw? gfffzzefrwwwyfwwq.,ew...Vg:',1ww.s-w..4."W W 1 .e . -g. 552222 25: awww Q Zh. sn 2 52 fi grifgfgsw 4 Z5 fifiwfgzae w5.:,,gw 21,-:-.: ,.,::::-.31 5ggg:j., , V, rg H,--5-,,I M , ,:-::,:,5g,-:-Eg .: xi H: Z 2 .3324 r21i9g'??2,1i'g"' f7'f:'-f3wg..ar5Xe..'.s155 -"---. .,.. M .wer ggi? .-.-. .. .,.,. ,Sagas ,gs , 5563, 'I Z if, CHARLES A. SPENCER I I84 Fourfh Sf., Perry Poini, Md. 0 Havre de Grace High School, Havre de Grace, Md. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accouniing Socieiy 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: I5O-lb. Foolball 3, 4: lniramurals I, 2. PETER D. SPERANDIO 603i Vine S+., Philadelphia, Pa. 0 Si. Thomas More High School o Bachelor of Arfs. NOEL A. SPILLANE 5I Benvenue Ave., Wesi Orange, N. J. 0 Glen Ridge High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: Spanish Club I, 2: WVIL 3, 4: Siudeni' Council 4: Sfeering Commiiiee 4: Junior Prom Commiifee: S+. John's Orphanage Commiiiee 33 Charily Ball Commiiiee 3: Villanovan 3, 4: D.P.E. 3, 4: Belle Air 4: Iniramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Dinner Dance. ROBERT P. SPOSATO Windmill Farm, Armonk, N. Y. o lona Prep, New Rochelle, N. Y. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: lvlarlceiing Club 2, 3, 4: lndusirial Relalions Commission 2: Senior Prom Commiiiee. GEORGE P. STAHL, JR. 6549 N. Francisco S+., Chicago 45, lll. o Campion Jesuii High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C. ALFRED STANGO 2024 S. l9+h S+., Philadelphia 45, Pa. o Soufh Philadelphia High School o Bachelor of Aris. STANLEY S. STANIONIS 2l5 N. Main S+., Shenandoah, Pa. o Shenandoah Caiholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. lniramurals 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: Bowling League Secreiary l, 2, 3, 4. GERALD A. STODDER II8 Buckingham Dr., Rosemoni, Pa. o Sf. Joseph's Preparaiory School o Bachelor of Arfs. N.R.O.T.C.: lniernaiional Relaiions Club 3, 4: lniercollegiale Conference on Governmeni 3, 4: D.P.M. I, 2, 4: Turf and Tinsel 2: Spanish Club 3. - iiiiifi ':12'1 '1" f f-1i-'i:" F ffFf2 if2 '.... .11'f:.".: 11':1'- 2 -:.:. 5 11.11 1 ir. 1: i.-..,: K .fi.Z2Z:fs1fe22i:.iz.V,..Ifi ' Q W E2 S W II2 PAUL L. STREB l65 Walzford Rd., Rochesler, N. Y. o Aquinas lnslilule, Roches- Ier, N. Y. o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4: P.K.P. I, 2, 3, 41 Orienlalion Commillee 27 Sophomore Colillion Commilleeg Villanova Engineer 4: Sleering Commillee 3. STANLEY R. SU LKOWSKI 443 E. I2+l1 S+., Erie, Pa. o Cafhedral Preparalory School for Boys o Bachelor of Science in Biology. L.K.D. 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 43 Aslronomy Club 4. GEORGE V. SULLIVAN 93 Roxbury S+., Harlford, Conn. o Bulkeley High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club I, 2, 3: Marlceling Club 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS SULLIVAN, O.S.A. Chicago, Ill. o S+. Rifa High School o Bachelor of Arls. Tagaslan Club 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 43 Inlramurals 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum 2, 3, 43 Calholic Aclion Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT G. SUR 2626 Robinwood Ave., Toledo I0, Ohio o Toledo Cenlral Calho- lic High School o Bachelor of Arfs. N.R.O.T.C.: D.P.M. l, 2: Inlercollegiale Conference on Govern- menl 3, 41 lnlernalional Relalions Club 3, 47 Spanish Club 3, 47 Sancluary So-oiely 2, 4: Orienialion Commiilee 2: lvlolher's Day Commillee: Junior Prom Commilleeg Sophomore Colillion Com- milleep I5O-lb. Foolball I, 3, 4, lnlramurals l, 3. WILLIAM K. SUR 2626 Robinwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio o Toledo Cen'l'ral Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. N.R.O.T.C.: lnlramurals I, 2: Incluslrial Relalions Commission 4. JOHN W. TAGUE l5l3 Aslor S+., Norrislown, Pa. 0 Norrislown High School 0 Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2, Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 4. SPENCER J. THOMAS 3l9 Pershing Ave., Collingdale, Pa. 0 S+. James High School, Chesler, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 41 lnlramurals 2. 3: Senior Prom Com- milleeg Falher's Day Commillee. r "f f' ' ' s II4 JAMES R. TOMONTO I9 Old Rd., Elmsford, N. Y. o Cardinal Hayes High School, Bronx, N. Y. 0 Bachelor of Science in Physics. N.R.O.T.C.: Bela Gamma Debafing Sociefy l, 2, 3, 4: Villanova Engineer 2, 3, 4: Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4: Physics Club 3, 4: D.P.lVl. 2, 4: N.F.C.C.S. I: lnferracial Club I. ROBERT F. TRAFLET 39 Elm Slreel, Bu'I'ler, N. J. o Buller High School o Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. Marching Band l: lnlramurals l, 2, 4: Junior Prom Commillee: Sancluary Sociely 2, 4: A.l.Ch.E. 2, 3, 4: Villanova Engineer 4: Belle Air 4. JOHN F. TUCCI 2520 E. Cambria S+., Philadelphia 34, Pa. 0 Noriheasl' High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.lv1.E. 2, 3, 4. JOHN A. TULIO 3942 N. 6'rh S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Norlheasf Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I: Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH C. TUMELTY 220 N. Wycombe Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. o Wesl' Cafholic High School o Bachelor of Ar'I's. Spanish Club I: lnlercollegiafe Conference on Governmenl 4: lnlernalional Relalions Club 4. RONALD R. TURCICH, O.S.A. Chicago, lll. o S+. Rifa's High School o Bachelor of Arls. Tagaslan Club l, 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. I, 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3. 4: Schola Canlorum I, 2, 3, 4: Pholo Club I, 2, 3, 4: Calholic Acfion I, 2, 3, 4. Joi-IN c. VANDEVERE I033 Drexel Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. o Upper Darby High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. A.S.M.E. 2, 3, 4: Blazer Ball Commillee: Sophomore Colillion Commillee: lnlramurals I, 2. JOHN A. VANSTONE 20 N. Bellevue Ave., Allanfic Cily, N. J. o Holy Spiril High School o Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: A.S.M.E. 2, Secrelary 3, 4: Villanova Engi- neer 3, Copy Edilor 4: Sleering Commillee 3: Junior Prom Com- milfee. JAMES R. VEITH 2402 Ash S+., Erie, Pa. o Calhedral Preparalory School 0 Bache- lor of Science in Economics. Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: WVIL 2. ROBERT L. VOLONNINO 59 Palsa Ave., Easl Pa+erson, N. J. o Passaic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Varsily Foolball 3, 43 Varsily Club 3. WILLIAM B. WAGNER 88I3 Wesl Chesler Pk., Upper Darby, Pa. 0 Upper Darby High School s Bachelor of Civil Engineering. P.K.P. I, 2, 3, 4: A.S.C.E. 2, 3, 4: Villanova Engineer 2, 4: Sophomore Colillion Commillee. JAMES J. WARD 2I S. Carol Blvd., Highland Park, Pa. o Wesl' Philadelphia Calho- lic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. lnlramurals I, 2, 3: Spanish Club I, 2: lvlarkeling Club 3: I5O-lb. Foolball 3, 4. RICHARD L. WATTS 45 Lakeside Sou+h, New Brunswick, N. J. o S+. Pe+er's High School o Bachelor of Science in Biology. JOHN J. WEEKS 7335 Miller Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. o Wesl' Philadelphia High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club I, 2: Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 4. JOHN A. WEINERT II27 S. 5Is'I S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Wesl Philadelphia Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accounling Sociely I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I. THOMAS W. WELSH 20 Sluarl Ave., Malverne, L. I., N. Y. o Malverne High School o Bachelor ol: Arls. Villanovan I, 2, 3, Managing Edilor 4: Lynx 3, 4: Spanish Club I: Inlernalional Relalions Club 3, 4, Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Senior Prom Chairman: Sleering Commillee 3, 4: D.P.lvI. 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3: Belle Air 4: Junior Prom Queen Commillee Chairman: Nalional Collegiale Who's Who. 2? i ., , J' 7.1.24w1kfifz::'fW'2ff:ff:f" .5 ? M. sf ,Q ADAM T. WENDA ZOI Mifflin SI., Philadelphia, Pa. o Souiheasl' Cafholic High School 0 Bachelor of Elecfrical Engineering. I.R.E. 3: A.I.E.E. 3, 4. JOHN T. WHELAN. JR. 350 Tampa Ave., Pillsburgh, Pa. 0 Mounl Lebanon High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 3, 4: Spanish Club I: Marlcefing Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT J. WIDENMAN I99 S. Long Beach Ave., Freeporl, N. Y. o Bishop Loughlin High School o Bachelor of Ar'Is. Varsily Baseball 2, 3, 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. JOSEPH P. WILKINSON 2260 S+. Vincenl' SI. Philadel hia Pa o Roman Calholic Hi h I P I ' 9 School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. FRANCIS J. WILLIMANN Grand Ho+el, Brunnen, Swilzerland - I E. 66 S+., New Yorlc 0 Kollegium Maria-HiI'F Schwyz, SwiI'zerlancI o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Inlernalional Relalions Club I: Villanovan 3, 4: Belle Air 3, 4, Pholography Edilor 4. ROBERT L. WISNIEWSKI, O.S.A. DeIroi'I', Mich. o Augus+inian Academy, Sfaien Island, N. Y. a Bachelor of Arfs. Tagaslan Club I, 2, 3, 4: C.S.M.C. I, 2, 3, 4: Iniramural Sporls I, 2, 3, 4: Lilerary Club 3, 4: Schola Canlorum I, 2, 3, 4: Cafholic Aclion 3. ANTONY C. WOOMER Kenwood PI., Wheeling, W. Va. o Wheeling Cen'I'raI Calholic High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. D.P.E. 2, 3, 4: Marlceling Club 2, 3, Presidenl' 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. FRANCIS M. WRIGHT I439 W. Wynnewood Rd., Ardmore, Pa. o Girard College, Philadelphia, Pa. o Bachelor of Science in Educafion.. K.P.K. 4: Inlramurals I, 2, 3. JOSEPH WYATT 22l-I9 I07+h Ave., Queens Village, L. I., N. Y. 0 La Salle Acad- emy, New York Ci+y o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Spanish Club 2: Turf and Tinsel I: Glee Club 2, Vice-Presidenl' 3: Accouniing Socieiy 2, 3, 4: lnlramurals I, 2, 3, 4. NICHOLAS XANTHOPOU LOS Piraeus, Greece o Firsi Male Gymnasium of Aihens, Greece 0 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. Mafh Club 4. RONALD J. YANNESSA 340 Wayne Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. o Wesl Philadelphia Caiholic High School o Bachelor of Arls. Spanish Club I. JOHN M. YAVORSKI R.D. 3, Eas+on, Pa. o Nazarelh High School o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accounling Socieiy 3, 4: Iniramurals I: Spanish Club I: Glee Club 2, 3: Schola Caniorum 2: Sophomore Colillion Commillee. JOSEPH A. ZATOR I2 S. Shamolcin S+., Shamolxin, Pa. o S+. Edward High School o Bachelor of Elecfrical Engineering. Junior Prom Chairman: Belle Air 3, Layoui Ecliior 4: A.l.E.E. 2, 3, Chairman 4: Siudenl Council 4: P.K.P. 2, 4, Treasurer 3: Sieering Commiiiee 3, 4: lnlramurals I: WVIL 2, Villanovan 3: Villanova Engineer 4: Orienlalion Commiilee 4: I.R.E. 2, 3, 4: Senior Prom Commiilee: Nalional Collegiale Who's Who. EDWARD F. ZIELINSKI 3043 Livingsfon S+., Philadelphia, Pa. o Benjamin Franklin High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. P.K.P. I, 2, 3, 4: A.S.C.E. 2, 3, Vice-Presidenl 4: Villanova Engi- neer 4. DWIGHT A. ZINK 3I4 M+. Airy Ave., Philadelphia I9, Pa. 0 La Salle High School o Bachelor of Civil Engineering. P.K.P. I, 2, 3, 4: A.S.C.E. I, 2, 3, Secrelary 4: Villanova Engi- neer 4. JOSE A. ZUBILLAGA 456 Barbe S+., Urb. Bouref, San+urce, Puerio Rico o Colegio San Jose, Rio Piedras, Puerlo Rico o Bachelor of Science in Economics. Accounling Sociely 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 2, 3, 4. f ee 1, M., WW :?:',...,....,. . ffyT.'ii:: 3::':'4i:'ef'f bww . . if se rw L -sa W' I.. isizrw fag 1, zevwxirmbifiigfiggmimarfvizsii miifgf xiaagigg wr .... .:-wa.: ---- : -- :mana-va ? 5235. ag e,-gg W, 5, :??g,ggEEr:zZ?:iS'fk.115355325gig. a.ew'w,a" g's..?jff34ge l """""" 'fm ff E?-22555 25- :,,5:,::,,,,,.,6 ..,. :Q - :" 'IQ rI 2I g,...f: -. ., ,. , ,, ,. Voigt? , ,, ,,,, wifm .R , , Nxws qk ,. . -,---- M ,.,.,. W ... ... Ill- , ,dwg '5 I REVIEW! G OUR Mmm I f m'?3 S '-,Y 1 1 X f-if PAST ACTIC S AS SOPHS and Wl1i+e Hafs-big men now-we veferans of one full year +ake if ou+ on +l1e poor Frosh. jf Q as 53' ff' 5 ' I W. Q' ' E., WATCH OUT-'flue While Hals are af+er us!! As Frosh, we ran al +l1e Duquesne game. "1- ....,-- , , 41. ,lk hwwwj. sdnrdvf l -af , , ,ML ,ww R ,ew AWN 4 W ' .il-Q:-:Q . A ?f?fs.'lbiQE is DICK BRADY, Ring Chairman, and Jack Birle, Blazer Chairman, proudly display fhe resulfs of 'lheir eFFor+s. GUR JU IOR WEEK I-IE OUTSTANDING ACTIVITY oT our Third year was, oT course, Junior VVeeIc. On The iniTiaI day oT ThaT week, we inviTed our "besT girIs" To The TradiTionaI MoTher's Day ceIebraTion. Their day commenced wiTh Solemn I-Iigh Mass, which was ToIIowed immediaTeIy by The Tree-pIanTing ceremony. ATTer Iunch, we showed our Moms around The campus and IaTer escorTed Them To The FieId I-Iouse, where They were enTerTained by The ViIIanova ConcerT Band. A quieT banqueT in The FieId I-Iouse aT six o'cIocIc ended a perTecT day. I MOTHER'S DAY acTiviTies were ended by a banqueT . . . and a ns . MOTHER'S DAY good Time was had by all. STOP SMILING ai' his picTure, Jim. Go Iook a+ The one of you. Then smile . . . if you wan? To. U-ixf"s5i BLAZER BALL THAT'S JUST LIKE Tecl . . . leTTing his moTher do all The worlc. gab. hopped ouT. lTl-l OUR MOTHERS saTe aT home. we Turned our aTTenTion To The acTiviTies To Tollow. On Wednesday nighT Frank TeTi, a Tormer Villanovan, and his Blue NoTes provided The music when nearly Two hundred oT us escorTed our daTes To The Blazer Ball. The dance, arranged by Chairman Jack Birle, sTarTed aT nine o'cloclc and rolled along pleasanTly unTil one. The lasT noTe sTiII echoed in The Field l-louse when Joe Mc- Garigle and his c:ommiTTee sTarTed worlcing on The decoraTions Tor The Prom. The resT oT us, noT disposed To working, Took advanTage oT The Tine Spring weaTher on Thursday and Tound compleTe relaxaTion in The surrounding c:ounTrysicle. Cur Junior Week came To an exhausTing buT enjoyable Tinish wiTh The Prom on Friday and The Dinner Dance on SaTurday. JACK BIRLE and Bob Gold smile poliTely as Their daTes HOP, HOP, HOP . e Bunny Hop aT The Blazer Ball And, remember The nexT dance? Slow and easy buT These bunnies were all um uN1 R PROM - 4. W' sw as Q .f 21 s Q he W 4 'L' ,X V s 0 3 is 3 VP 5- S 4 4 A 1 .4- fa if K, M. W' l 223-5 .J 91 . 3 'H"'v"',f2f f ,I .,fs,, i Ay, it X Miigg- 35313 9235 M4 K 5 g Wh 1223? W h, 3, x QMM ff N, L. THE ROSE ROOM WILL BE WELL REMEMBERED . LONG-AWAITED highlighT oT Junior Week was, I of course, our Junior Promenade. For Three years we had waiTed Tor This dance, which was planned by Prom Chairman Joe ZaTor. DecoraTions Chairman Joe McGarigle and his hard- working commiTTee did an ouTsTanding iob oT TransTorm- ing The Field I-louse inTo The Rose Room. They sTrung hundreds oT TeeT oT roses on The palusTrade ThaT surrounded The dance Tloor, hung Two giganTic chandeliers, and placed a TounTain in The cenTer oT The Tloor. Johnny Long and his orc:hesTra, playing beneaTh The Philadelphia slcyline, provided The music Tor The capaciTy crowd ThaT aTTended This unTorgeTTable dance. A SMALL remembrance THE RESULT of The Prom Queen ConTesT shows The good TasTe of The judges as JaneT Murray receives her crown from Johnny Long. of a big nighT. EI JOE McGARIGLE finally worked his way To The Top as decoraTions chairman. VISITING DIGNITARIES. Ted Sheehan, SecreTaryg KaThryn Kelly: Dick Brady, Vice- PresidenTg Maureen Shedleskig Mary Lou BaIuTag Joe ZaTor, Prom Chairman: Anne Welsh: ArT Quinn, Presidenh PaT Lorenz, Joe Bradley, Treasurer. Uferiifirzrir uf Qsffedinu Qu Luhum all Ilgr-sc pr:-arnis anne, f5rrefi.ng1.... Br rr luwnm time having nrrrpirb Iniih gn1Irf1tI uppnxiaiinn ihr hmiiafinu nf In anna in Iiillznmva Gnllrqe Qluninr Tdruxnrnzxhe in Ihr mam nf Uillnnutla in Ihr Qfnmmnniuezxlllg nf pennlgllunia, un Ihr righfh bag af Qing in Ihr gun of nur 'fnrb nixu-Irm Igunhrrh mlb Iiffg-Ilgrrr, having rningrh hrrarlf In Ihr fullrsi Inlillr hnnrmg In Ihr musn: nflnhmnj tang, hrnrmg Ilrm nf :III hmm rnngminl, rrfmslging :I urins muh rxffrurfhxr, is Igrrriniilg :lhmrhrh This ffrrlifirnir nf Affrdiun bg Ihr offirrrs II q f II ' n ir Jlunmr KEL1ss :mb Ihr Qflvznrmrn nf IIT: Quinn! prom Qfammdtrt 210704-f'C2l.s...,.,, .,.. .. L, ..... .... f gf? 'J ...r. iff' Jriipj 614771, .........N if e Wd 5Zf511.g5:.: "'r I MlffyZ?Zi'1:T,11,41:3igi riwfviil-4 JU IOR FATHER DUNNE, Class Moderaior, has a few words 'ro say ai Ihe Dinner Dance as Chairman Harry Anger and Faiher Eagan vie for posifion. AIN'T THERE NO JUSTICE? These guys ge+ all dressed up and ren+ a ballroom . . . Bu'r +hey s+iII have Io wai+ for chow like 'Ihey do ai' school. HERE'S JUSTICE! Maybe all 'rhe wailing for chow, deciding which spoon Io use, and keeping 'the napkins from falling on 'rhe floor were wor+h while. ki DINNER DANC N SATURDAY of Junior Week more Ihan Iwo hundred oi us look our daies To Ihe Wall Whiiman I-Ioiel in Camden, N. JQ, for Ihe Dinner Dance. The evening, which had been planned by Chairman Harry Anger, commenced ai seven o'clock wiih a iurkey banquel' while a Irio from Tony Desmond's orchesira supplied dinner music. Aiier Ihe meal and shori Ialks by Class Mod- eraior Rev. John R. Dunne, 0.S.A., Presideni Ari Quinn, and Harry Anger, Ihe Tables were removed from The floor, and The resi of Ihe orchesira mounied Ihe bandsiand. The hours of dancing seemed like minuies, and loo soon ihe srrains of "I'II See You in My Dreams" broughi Io a close The lasi dance oi ihe year. lgxr F! 4 ' , ., I f 5: 1:9 f -Rf lying' gg: H -mx fi, Q gf W2 lu fs- 'T - Q 5 if sf: Q ' 5? 3 ? " ' ' I ,, M, LMM, ' wWQ-NwVW 'L Lfffwggffg-4,'ff, fig, wi if M 4 LN: s ff?EVE:-ifi'fi'liif1221 1-4,1 W iff inf-af:-WfQ,,, ,,,M"E?,- f 5 A . 1 , ' Q fwwffv ' ' 1',3f21'ff?"f.1f-New . ,.,, , A,., ,, ,K ,v,,,,i 'Q l dnl, edema' 3' f me A ' Q? A mm, . , . F 1 'T VYWWAQM ,wwggv f A ', ,, i 125 q25W1Qg:g,j Ag ' sl Q ,,., ,, ,,, N, w,w ., L,,,b ,.,,,,, , ww f.,gpz2v,Q:,,,: vw ' ' ' '- i e,iw1:w 1:54 . , ,. ,,,,, MW, , , . ,,.,, ,A ..-....,,....,,.. , .-,, , ,, - 41 'g3........ , M' Jnnxun -' '- xpn 1, . , 1 Wi f'-EQ, 4sRgf'! NNTP? 5 . up K X s . K M, 5- .,f , - my A , 4, " X S Q .,fTL,,, g! 1 .nu Q, f' S, Sz, 8 W Q X 5- WQ t tile' uf ig g o 5, K, gf x ,J exif' f, THE BELLE IR B LL N FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, The lasT social TuncTion oT The Sen- ior class-Senior Weelcend-com- menced wiTh The Belle Air Ball, The chairman oT which was Ward Welsh. Nearly Tour hundred couples danced To The music oT Claude Thornhill in The Field l-louse, which had been TransTormed Tor The occasion inTo The Holiday Inn, a slci resorT, by Dec- oraTions Chairmen Joe McGarigle and T-lal RiclceTT. EveryThing abouT The Senior Prom placed iT among The besT dances ever held aT Villanova. The decoraTions and Tavors were espe- cially ouTsTanding and unique. There was only one Thing wrong wiTh The dancer iT was over Too soon. DECORATIONS Co-chairman Joe McGar- igle and his dafe, Yvonne Dubois, "sTep- ping ouT." JACK HAYES and daTe in The usual pre- dance ceremony. "So iT seTs you back a few bucks, iT was worTh iT, wasn'T iT, Jack?" THE UNFORGETTABLE HOLIDAY INN -1-.. 'Wh AL A.. M JOHN MCNULTY lends Hal Pickell a hand while pulling Ihe finishing 'Iouches lo lhe side wall decoralions. Rumor has il Ihal neilher could slraighlen up for lhe resl of 'rhe weekend. BOB SPOSATO slands by palienlly as Bar- bara Winkler signs oul for lhe big weekend. Walch 'rhal' small prinl, Winkie. LAST MINUTE work on 'lhe cenlerpaece is compleled by: Noel Spillane, Bob Gold, Dan Leahy, Joe McGarigIe, Jack Kelly, and Dave Lyons. Heads up lads, she's coming down 'lhe mounlain. TIME OUT for a brealher al' Ihe Prom. Relaxing as Claude Thornhill and his band play on are Noel Spillane, Bob Brown, Jim Dwyer, Ed Murphy, and dales. DIG THAT CRAZY music! An afler-hours group enjoys ilself al' a parly following +he Senior Prom. my R-if I., ik..,g.,1 K ,im.'o' QAM' K CHAIRMAN George Eberle addresses his classmafes afler 'lhe Senior Dinner. George climaxed a very suc- cessful college career wifh a fine job on our final class social funclion. R -si -me DANCING fo fhe music of Tony Des- SENIOR DINNER DANCE ATURDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 27, was lhe nighl of lhe Senior Dinner Dance. Chairman George Eberle made The arrangemenls, and again we journeyed lo The Wall Whilman l-lolel in Camden. Ailer a lurlcey dinner, we were addressed by lvl. C. Eberle, Ealher McKee, Ealher McLaughlin, Ealher Dunne, and Ted Sheehan. Then Jrhe fables were cleared from lhe floor, and we danced lo lhe music of Tony Desmond and his orcheslra. Bul The pleasure ol Jrhe evening could noi lasl forever: il had lo end. As lhe lasl dance played, we realized +ha+ our final class social lunclion was over: and we regreiled if deeply. ROGER MORIARITY and Dicl: Naclerio si? one our wi+h iheir dafes. Wafch fhaf Roger-noi' loo much on dancing buf whal' a mean iniermission. mond has iusl begun, as ihe seniors crowd fhe Wall Whifman floor affer ihe dinner-dance. EVERYONE has se'Hled down for ihe eniree wifh fhe possible exceplion of ihe asfon- ished young lady a+ fhe second fable. "Wha'Hsa mafia, dearie, your garier snap?" ,' Mun. , iss ,f 4 ai. A DELIGHTED sfudenl body applauds fheir approval of fhe Camel Caravan. WE ENJOYED THE FROSH seem fo be geffing fhe besf of 'lhe deal a+ fhe Georgia game as fhey fry fo gel 'fhe ball away 'from Evelyn Ay, Miss America, who came ' fo cheer fhe Wildcafs on. ,W fr , , E he MEN fo fhe Xavner game and above we see lhe men In full wlng A+ rrghf Joe Kenney seems fo really enloy his role as escorf hile af fhe leff . . . need we say more???? BUD DUDLEY lhoughf up fhe idea of a fashion show fo draw oul' y . - . 5 . . . I . . nv Jn. f FR. McKEE, Gene Ruane, Bill Sau- fer, Ed Finnegan, and Fr. Mc- Laughlin . . . all pleased wifh lhe opening broadcasf. MANY FIRSTS GAME CAPTAINS Joe Faragalli lVarsi+yl and Bob Haner lOld-limersl wilh fhe honored guesfs. BIG-TIME enlerfainmenl' graced 'lhe campus early in Ocfober when Vaughn Monroe and fhe Saufer- Finnegan orchesira came fo Villa- nova. Over 2000 s+uden'I's lurned ou'I' 'lo hear Villanova honored as 'lhe sife for +he l953 season's op- ening of l'he Camel Caravan show over a coas+ fo coasf nefwork. ,df Rm I' PRINCETON swimming coach, Howie Canoune, gave one of fhe excellenl' lallcs on phases of 'rhe aqua+ic sporf. THE FIRST SWIMORAMA ever held by fhe Universily drew an overflow crowd 'lo 'lhe swimming pool. Coach Ed Geisz and "Swims+ers" pul on an inferesiing and eye- filling performance and demonsfraled fhaf swimming is an arf as well as a means of exercise. r-' THE FIRST ANNUAL Blue-While Day was held during Junior Week of May '53. Highligh+ing +he Sporis Car- nival was +he foofball game in which +he swifler varsify oul-ran +he "Old-l'imers." Fealured guesls were Capf. Hank Chrisfman, 'former Villanova grid greal' and Marine hero, and Jordan Olivar, former Wildcaf coach now al' Yale. LA BELLE V QULLEGE ' JUl Row I: T. Forhecz, J. Dirlr, E. Kowcz, R. Scully, J. DeMaioribus, J. Celli, A. Killcer, E. Lewis, W. Sfarlr, A. Slrorupslri, R. McDonald, R. Carroll, F. Bishop. Row 2: J. Campbell, T. Keller, J. Ennis, F. Fielding, W. Wingerlzahn, J. Thompson, G. Kuhn, C. Sbarboro, J. Pelers, C. Gulberlef, W. Usher, F. Harlman, W. Quinn. Row 3: P. TroHa, J. Row l: L. Kazmierczalr, E. Daly, W. Byrne, J. Cooney, F. Alfomare, J. Hagan, E. Weinrich, P. Aire, T. Quinlan, F. Balmer, S. Barna, J. Waldron, L. Powell. Row 2: A. LoBianco, J. Gilheany, J. Loggi, J. O'Neil, F. Orlando, R. Wilson, N. Sciarappa, R. Kane, D. Murphy, F. Mlodzlrow- ski, R. Hayes, D. Harley. Row 3: J. Muniz, J. Michener, G. De La- McEowen, M. Palgar, J. Heaps, B. Finan, K. Caunch, R. Simonic, R. Barber, A. Grega, A. Higgins, T. Sproule, S. Lyons, R. Heinrich. Row 4: G. Fordham, J. LoCasale, G. McDonald, L. McGralh, H. Greeni- halgh, M. Olivieri, J. Krimm, W. Wilkinson, D. Cook, J. Durkin, D. Cahill, J. Thornlon. Guardia, E. Wimmer, J. Gibson, P. Landau, J. Malloy, J. Sexlon, P. Pfeiffer, B. Pyle, W. Cunningham, E. Guida, R. Confoy. Row 4: J. Richardson, J. Rafh, B. Sullivan, R. Rivera, M. Bruna, C. Burfon, W. Oberle, D. Cahalane, J. Gallagher, T. O'Brien, E. Kinges, S. McGlynn, R. Daly. RS 955 Row I: R. Sowley, K. Brennan, E. D'Alesio, J. Shallow, R. Pyle, J. Flynn, F. Crimi, R. Crirni, J. Welsh, T. McCarThy, L. Kra'fT, T. Durancl, J. Funk. Row 2: P. Cross, W. Hare, J. Wrzesinslu, J. Sacher, P. Kean. A. Calzadilla, E. Klein, R. Headley, T. Hess, J. Malloy, R. DiAnTonio, T. Farragher. Row 3: R. Chmielewslu, T. Ulrich, T. LoTh, T. Lynch, E. N Tl-IEIR FRESI-IMAN and Sophomore years The Class oT l955 showed greaT promise oT assuming a noTeworThy place in The annals oT Villanova his- Tory. This year They demonsTraTed To The resT oT us ThaT This promise was noT merely surTace appear- ance: under The leadership oT Their lvloderaTor, Rev. Edwin T. Grimes, O.S.A., and Their PresidenT, Bernie Finan, They have lived up To The repuTaTion ThaT They esTablished in Their TirsT Two years. As soon as school opened This year, The Juniors began To lay plans Tor The now TradiTional " Opera- Tion Yule." Financed by Tunds received Trom The ChariTy Ball and general conTribuTions, Chairmen Lou Fournier and Red McGahan saw To iT ThaT The ChrisTmas parTy and The ouTing in Philadelphia Tor The boys aT ST. John's Orphanage were among The besT The "Johnnies" have seen. lmmediaTey aTTer The ChrisTmas vacaTion The Class oT I955 began To polish up plans ThaT had been in preliminary sTages all year - plans Tor Byrne, J. Coggins, J. Capellini, T. O'DonnelI, J. Bealer, C. Schreiber, P. Burgoyne, J. Sullivan, R. Rock. Row 4: J. Clarey, W. Pearson, A. Dempsey, G. Gorham, G. Kappes, W. Kordek, F. AnTon, J. Brady, D. Dougherfy, D. Fahey, J. Walunas, L. Forisfall, G. Tracy. Junior Week. lvloTher's Day, which TradiTionally sTarTs Junior Week, and whose Chairman was Ted Clarkson, was a greaT success, as was The Blazer Ball under The chairmanship oT Bob Myers. BuT These Two successes were almosT over- shadowed by The Junior Prom and Dinner Dance. On Prom nighT Chairman Bud Ford packed The Field I-louse wiTh more Than six hundred couples. The Tollowing nighT Chairman Frank GunTher had every seaT Tilled aT The Penn SheraTon I-IoTel when Tony Desmond played aT The Dinner Dance. The Juniors have more To be proud oT Than Junior Week, however. IT was largely Through The eTTorTs oT Red lvIcGahan ThaT The pep rallies during The TooTball season were so successTul. Too, The Class oT l955 is The TirsT class To have UniversiTy on Their rings. IT The Juniors reTain The spiriT They have shown in The pasT, nexT year should see one of The besT Senior classes ever To graduaTe Trom Villanova. Row I P Vachon E Zahorslxy J Cnccone J Bllmm E Karlcul J J Feline T Menfzer R Shellon J McDade, J. Crowley. Row 3: H. DeRemlgls P Buharazzn E Jaccoma F Killmond S Puzxo N Feld Humphreys G Donnelly E Dougherfy, J. Fasseff, T. Conway, J. push F Gunlher D Winfield Row 2 J Sadowshi A Cleszko E Carr E OSCIlOWSkI J Cu van R Emery, J. Oruslia, T. Malinoshi, S. JUIRS SMILES, smiles everywhere, and noi' a 'frown +o be seen. Don McGahan and Lou Four- nier, orphanage commillee chairmen, join wi+h Mofher lm- maculee and +he orphans of S+. Jol1n's in living if up a'l' lhe an- nual orphanage parly sponsored by 'rhe Junior Class. JUNIOR COMMITTEE Chairmen-sealed, Bill Kohler, Rings: Ted Clarkson, Mo+her's Day: Bob Myers, Blazer Ball, Frank Gunfher, Dinner Dance, Tom Ulrich, Blazers, John Devine, Miscellaneous, Bud Ford, Junior Prom: and s+anding are Don McGahan and Lou Fournier, Orphans' CommiH'ee Co-Chairmen. I955 A SERIOUS MATTERI Junior Class Presiden'l', Ber- nie Finan, looks on wi'rh keen in+eres'r as Fafher Grimes, Class moderaior, briefs him on a la're de- velopmenf. Row I: J. DiPasquale, J. Naughion, R. Rienzi, F. Biegler, R. Siulac, J. McElhaney, G. Ahearn, W. Crews, L. Kahl, W. Linihursf, J. Collura M. McCormick, J. Harringlon. Row 2: E. Hoffner, L. Palmisano, J. Disiel, W. Hayes, P. Blackwood, A. Heizel, J. Kelly, J. Lee, F. Licopoli, J. Duffy, R. Becker, D. Rabenda, P. Lynch. Row 3: R. Gardill, J Groves, E. Legenski, P. Tichy, M. Ferguson, D. Sansone, E. DiSipio J. Bealer, P. Nolan, J. Ricci, E. Nagle, T. Clarkson, W. Ford. 5 if , X: ,E H 51 t . Q is H E V' SZ, J ,- EQ i 5 FE We ,Q 1 Q ir 2 sg E 3 'M . L ff s 3 we ,,,' Q? S. Q 'E W 2 s A ., ff.w . 5 xgrk. 1 Q ' k , ff q :Q Q N K 1, , g b 1.4 V 'fi' x X -. ' - ' dl' s. 4 fail ll Q. 42' - 1 n,,h....M ,..,W. .H-:faxing , f .,,,,..- A A, ' f..,, -., ' 1 EE 91 Q5 I 5 W 4.32113 mf. 5. '52 'Adm' Y 9 .Q 53 ' A f Q 3 f a :- Q B. 1 5 . V W., 55, WW ny: V, 'Sf inning l 96 ., ,,,, ,V s ik 5, gi. :,,i, ' 1 FRESHME ADDING A TOUCH of glamor 'lo 'Ihe siiuafion, cufe coed Dolores Cofield gels a 'free ride in one of The fealured "Muff Day" races. The Frosh were viclorious in fhe day's aciivifies and 'I'hus ended 'lheir period of orieniaiion. Row l: T. Lynch, J. George, L. Carley Row 2: D. DeEanfes, T. Roddy, L. Seaion J. Overion, H. Breslin, S. Frick, R. Eng ler, J. Nowak, 'J. Decker, R. O'Brien Row 3: Wilson, Rauger, Harner, Kelly nan, Reich, Guido, D. McDermoH, R A. Esgro, D. Downs. G. Connor, J. Giallirenzo. Row 2: M Nerny, W. Buggy. Row 3: A. Grifliih B. Dunlap, B. Haley. Row 4: G. Mack J. Jusfi. Row 5: J. Waller, D. Murphy Cover, D. Collins, J. Sigg. Row 3: M Miller, J. Cullen, J. Milalik, H. O'Neil Townsend, L. Emig, J. Repko, J. Erdlew Duca, J. Boyle. Colameco, Dielsche, L. Kane, H. Whe- lan, E. Barrelnl, R. Repin. Row 4: Ui- cherf, McGeehan, Nalfy, Scanlon, Kier- Smifh, J. Fraser. Row 5: R. Flynn, G. Rullo, F. Gillespie, W. Grenninger, H. Corocan, W. Hall, J. Lame, W. Punke, Row I: K. Sanloro, L. Mann, T. Hickey, J. Connolly, J. Casaclonfe, F. D'Esposi'io, Clark, W. Coleman, C. Keller, G. Tall: man, W. Hill, D. McBevgan, B. Mc- L. Formasfa, E. Gallen, C. Sfehli, JI , Cronin, W. Verana, F. Spiegal, R. Black. Row 6: J. Maher, E. Seppell, J. Hyers, I J. Feeney, S. Casfillo, L. Burke, B. Klim- anowicz, J. Whaling. A. Luiz, E. Meyer. Row I: J. Ryan, J. Mihalik, R. New- man, V. Cerdella, D. Defego, J. Koeg- Ier. Row 2: V. lniaian, L. Padula, B. Flynn, M. Walsh, N. Dello Brone, D. Co- vig, J. Moriariiy, W. Hansbury, W. Row 4: E. Walsh, L. Doyle, B. Beery, P. Bowers, F. Panico, A. Chermak, J. Mc- Neil, W. Minahan. Row 5: C. Farley, H. Rammraih, C. Tirrell, E. McGuire, B. J. Quirk, E. Graham, R. Price. Row 6: W. Ruiz, M. Conroy, J. Schusier, J. Kline, P. Walfrich, H. Hansell, R. Wesl, E. Lyons, J. Dinnien, F. Guarnaccia, S. '-.1-fi Row I: W. McLeod, F. Beylo, M. Mur- ray, J. Delleicidrere, L. Cronin, W. Wyar G. Macrina, J. Hodniclc, J. Shea, P Gloag. Row 2: J. Barker, F. Billoffa, J Tiddle, H. Faflrin, L. Eiser. Row 3: J Connor, J. Boland, A. Falagella, F. Mal loy. Row 4: T. Davis, F. Wrighf, C Nash, V. Gould. Row 5: G. Gsell, R Carroll, V. Danese, P. DiBlasi, W. Kelly J. Menlo, G. Eagan, H. Torchiana, A Campo, R. Corier. Row 6: F. Cosrello, J. Hirsh. Row I: J. Heinz, T. O'Rourl:e. Row 2: W. Sfahl, M. Dougherly, R. Powers, G. Garman, E. Ba+lis+o, R. Meller, J. Gallo, J. Clark, J. McGanan, W. Gregorio. Row 3: E. Beasely, A. Asron, J. Thris- +on, W. Reeves, R. Quinn, W. Boland, F. O'Brien, W. Sraudf, G. Maclr, D. I Gallagher. Row 4: A. Cenorre, J. Hor- gan, W. Fidelibus, D. McFadden, R Unfreed, W. Upholif, S. Deviney, R. Ma- dera, E. Troffa, J. Pandaleon. Row 5 A. Cinnore, M. Devenie. Row 6: E Loftus, T. Zogley, H. Wood, T. Thomp son, J. Holzinger, S. Cipallone, T. Liflle A. Jones, S. Cole, J. Vreeland. Row I: H. Wedimeyer, B. Marlowe, G. Brawawie, L. Calabrase, B. Kebler, D. Walsh. Row 2: R. Gofflieb, G. Gole- man, M. Ford, T. Dalfon, G. Cananese, D. Terruso, J. Alshefehi, J. McGee, W. Feclci, J. Barley, E. Byoreli. Row 3: R. Lima, E. Shea, L. Bellancia, R. Luzio, P. Taraschi, J. Musiard, W. Renlony, G. Cuccia, R. Shaw, R. Sfafler. Row 4: B. Slralfon, J. Brown, C. Marlin, J. Mul- roy, V. Quinn, C. Seammon. Row 5: Panczney, Quigley, Russo, McClafchy, Feldner, Sanforo, Kelly, Shucharl, Salof- iolo. l957 WITH A REMINDER ihal' fhe sun doesn'I' always shine, Mrs. Pavase complefes fhe loading down of her son, Lou, wifh a new, shiny pair of rubbers. Row I: C. Farren, M. Denci, R. Towers. V. DeCarlo, J. Mullew, H. Scavelli, G. Hare, E. Boyle, T. McAllis+er, J. De- vilo. Row 2: R. Filzgerald, R. Duffy, J. O'Neil, T. Gallen, J. Dewl, F. Murray, B. Saccaro, L. Tooley, l. Kennedy, C. Zegler. Row 3: F. Springer, M. Delle- fano, S. Hoffman, E. Dougala, N. Pal- lofla, M. Kremper, A. Leoncavallo, Q. Ferro, E. Szymliowslni, G. McNames. Row 4: J. Ward, J. Walsh, J. Chinnici, J. Harfley, F. Baegly, J. D'Grazio, J. Siearns, J. Del Monaco, J. Ferrielo, J. Fennessey. Row 5: J. O'Donnell, L. Moran, A. Fiorenlina, L. Eberle, J. Bor- lcoski, H. Miller, E, Quigley, L. DiTupono, W. Ryan. Row 6: R. Renloole, J. Mulve- hill, J. Borbonees, K. Drummond, D. Coalrley, R. Sassi, F. Gillberl, L. Siascav- age, J. Marzen, H. Bradley. Row I: R. Scannapieco, J. Smilh, J. Kulalr, C. Galloshed, T. Crumbaclr, W. Dawson, R. Cecala, L. Lisolfa, J. lana- cone, A. Corbo. Row 2: J. Joyce, V. Wahn, T. Curran. T. Hooker, C. Cope, W. Brown, L. Vielh. Row 3: N. English, D. Cunningham, J. Susanin, R. Williams, J. O'Donnell, W. McWilliams, J. Kelly, H. McCormiclr, R. Zengulis. Row 4: C. Mulshine, W. Schmidl, J. Hutchinson, M. Marlin, W. McKay, W. Barlow, G. Buckland, A. Flannagan. Row 5: J. O'Keefe, A. Ver Bovnens, W. Knowles, N. Russell, N. Cronin, J. Smilh, A. Gar- vin, J. Miller. Row 6: J. Arnoll, W Meenahan, P. Budnialr, E. Morrone, J. Mifchell, T. Murray, J. Wania, C. Pilk- inglon, W. Lowergan, D. Keele. Row l: J. Kennedy, T. Declrer, M. Su- sana. Row 2: R. Radaszewski, R. Del Greco, R. Carroll, T. Blowg, W. Hal- iriclc, F. Howell, A. Panilc, L. Drzemien, B. Koller, R. Schiller. Row 3: A. Pizzo, F. Nasufi, J. Asman, A. Cascialo, T. Tierney, J. Dugan, R. Clarlr, J. Howe, C. Yuraselc. Row 4: D. Devlin, D. D'Zur- illa, H. Ousey, J. Losinno, T. Gallagher, J. Sherry, J. Sause, B. Flynn, S. Frilislcy, L. Gagliarcli. Row 5: V. Brasher, J. Domes, A. La Rosa, G. Kunler, J. Nellie- ion, J. Abel, F. Sommer, R. Pyle, J. La Croix. ...Lak W 1 . .5 if iiii is ENGULFED in a sea of hals, Fafher McKee addresses +he Freshman Class on opening day. Number- ing aboul 870, lhis year's class is lhe largesl' in l'he school's hislory. SISTER MARGARELLA, one of The associaTe nursing direcfors, gives The low-clown on Things To a group of inTeresTed coeds in re cenTIy renovaTed AusTin Lounge. I-IE CLASS OF I957 began To disTinguish Themselves Trom The day in SepTember when They regisTered. In The TirsT place, They are The TirsT Freshman class To regisTer aT Villanova Uni- versiTyg secondly, iT is The TirsT Time in The hisTory oT The insTiTuTion ThaT coeds have become Tull f. , , on Time sTudenTs. The Frosh, aTTer The ordeals oi The orienTaTion period, Threw oTl Their shackles by beaTing The Sophomore-s on TradiTional MUFF Day, and showing The resT oT Villanova ThaT They belong. G. Baver, P. Miazga. l George, J. Gibbons. Row I: J. KirsI1. Row 2: T. Ca uh Miller, P. Hearn, R. La Gioia, M aT Taglini, R. McInTee, J. Honnan, G Ches nes, J. McGraTI'i, J. Boyle. Row 3 C DiPaola, M. Pecoraro, W. SmiTl'1 T Kane, J. McCarThy, J. Mizgerd, J Mawn C. Meliado, B. Shea, D. Reclrener Row 4: A. BiLazzo, B. Ferriere, L. Shullz W Wind, J. Demlrovich, A. Parnell, L Sykes J. Walsh, E. Poirier. Row 5: R. Donohue F. McPoyle, M. Flaher-Ty, A. Miner J Kiely, E. Donnellan, A. Blesi, T. Higgins ' Row I: J. Brown. Row 2: D. Wafson J. Dolan, J. Husied, A. Tvono W Farrell, T. Scanlon, F. Ward, P. Gormely J. Redmond, D. Hershfeld. R w 3 F Kapanko, M. CurTis, R. GoeTz J Cur vey, J. Weisebal. Row 4: J. Allen C Biawowicz, E. Udicious, B. Lucarelle D Kelly, J. Varalo, I. HargeTT, R Travia J. Hooper. Row 5: P. Sullivan, W Car quilo, M. HuIberT, E. KegIoriTs Drumheller, E. Wcalford, D. Scalzi R k Row I: T. Esposifo, L. Heigle C e muro, A. Brady, R. Shigo, B. Curran H Daly, M. Maises, D. Cafield, F PeTrillo R. Kohns. Row 2: J. Dwyer, R Gunder man, P. Briody, T. Collier, R. Serena E McCarThy, J. Jowes, E. Donohue W Carson, J. Luo, J. MarTin. R w 3 Crabaifon, F. Busse, J. Klinges, S Roalre J. Soefh, S. BaTTazIia, A. Peferson H Brencker, E. MaLiTT, J. Curran, P Kuhns J. Lanahan. Row 4: J. Keglovifch L McCauley, B. Englerf. Row 5 S o walski, J. McNamara, R. Shorfensen L Kirwin, W. Kimball, P. Fergueson A Tomasulo, J. PosTine, V. Bresan. ACTIVITIES entail more than pleasant enjoyment. On the contrary most ot them demand hard work, selt-sacritice, and often, long hours atter class. What could be more indicative ot this than Belle Masque rehearsal in the Field House? pxgtlkiltl QS "A complete and generous education fits a man to perform justly and skillfully all offices, both private and public." John Henry Newman The ldea of a University THE ENERGETIC Dean ot Student Activities is Rev. George Mc- Laughlin, O.S.A. "iN'3"- H r.. 11. LR., Q . fam , : .awiz STLIDE T COUNCIL ff? CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Reading clockwise from far end of Iable: J. Kenney IPres.l, Fr. McLaughlin IMod.l, J. Salvo, P. Taddeo, D. Miller, A. Knowlfon, R. Fredericks, T. Sheehan, R. Gold, J. Gilman, J. Kneafsey, J. Zalor, B. S'reinfeI+, R. Hepburn, D. McGahan IV.-Pres.l. SECRETARY George Eberle reads Ihe min- uI'es before a regular Monday nighl mee'I'- ing in Mendel Amphifheafer. IF YOU COMBINE Ihe affribules of an oulsfanding leader, a Irue gen+Ieman, and a fine sI'udenI you have Joe Kenney, I'he Council Presidenf. "LET'S THINK Ihis one over" . . . A serious problem THE FIRST OFFICIAL func+ion of Ihe sI'uden'r council is conducling is posed for Ihe council . . . "Should we vo're Io have Freshman Orien+a+ion in coniunc+ion wi+h The Sophomore Class. Red oFF ALL of February?" McGahan lrighll did a credifable iob of direcfing fhis year. I-IE STUDENT CQUNCIL is Ihe meolialing course ol Ihe academic year Iheir Iaslcs involve laclion belwe-en Ihe sludenls ancl aclminis- supervising and co-orclinaling Ihose aclivilies Iralion. II is composed of represenlalives from which concern lhe enlire sludenl body. The classes and The various socielies. During Ihe ACTIVITY REPRESENTATIVES Reading clockwise from far end of fable: G. Eberle lSec.l, W. Welsh, J. Boyle, R. Winfield, O. Hickey, J. English, E. Barry, J. Olivera, P. Quinn, A. Quinn, J. Fucigna, J. Birle, D. Smilh, T. Kern, W. Milfenmyer, G. Minser, J. Pandeleon, T. Kuligowslxi. fs-Q v DELTA Pl EPSILO THE DELTA Pl EPSILON fralernily has consislenlly been equalled heigh1's" were reached ihis year under Mike one of fhe mosl aclive fralernilies on campus. "Un- Quinn, Jim Pafferson, Bob Ervin and Bruce Slark. DELTA Pl EPSILON-SENIOR MEMBERS P. Argueso, J. Birle, J. Boyle, R. Conlon, T. Coggins, F. Cunning, J. Delaney, L. Denlea, A. Dillon, lvl. Egan, G. Eberle, R. Ervin, J. Fucigna, F. Georgio, R. Gersiung, R. Golcl, J. l-layes, V. Joliei, F. Koppenhaufer, F. Kunlz, D. Leahy, M. lvlaliniak, W. lvlcCarThy, B. McClellan, J. Mc- Nully, R. lvloriarly, J. Mueller, R. Naclerio, J. Pallerson, A. Quinn, M. Quinn, F. Saul, T. Sheehan, N. Spillane. J. Whelan, T. Woorner, R. Lavaniure, L. Brosnan. TYPICAL VILLANOVA dress? No, we aren'+ going back fo lhe days of spals and cane. These sfudenfs are wearing +heir pledge "regs" for "Hell Week." THE PURPOSE of Delia Pi Epsilon has been io bring +he s'l'uden+s of +he Commerce and Finance school closer lo- gefher. The frafernify has noi only done fhis socially. buf also religiously. 'M ,Ni MIKE QUINN, 'lhe Presiclenf of DPE looks ahead, planning 'For fhe fra'ferni'ry's nexi' "social meefing." DICK "PADDLES" NACLERIO and a pair of arms dangling 'From Noel Spillane en- gage in a game of fick +ack +oe on 'Phe back of a lowly pledge during "HelI Night" DELTA Pl MU-SENIOR MEMBERS J. Alvich, F. Asiore, R. Calalorese, T. Cole, J. Connolly, T. Dougherfy, J. Doyle, T. Golden, J. Graziano, E. Ken- nedy, J. Kenney, P. Lipiroi, J. Mcl-lugh, B. Moynahan, R. Neary, J. Nolin, D. Paris, W. Phipps, R. Pieri, R. Reber, E. Redclingion, D. Slcelley, M. Smiih, W. Welsh. THE OFFICERS discuss policy. They are Frank Adams, Treasurer: Harry Nash, Cor- responding Secrefaryg Eugene Kennedy, Recording Secreiaryg Dick Fiizpairick, Vice- Presidenfg and Bari Moynahan, President DELTA PI MU EMPHASIZING Cardinal Newman's "To'I'ali+y of view" in learning, DPM sfrives fo promofe and enrich fhe culfural life of fhe Universify. PRESIDENT Bari Moynahan has compiled an excel- len+ academic and exlra-curricular record. v L ex s AN ESPECIALLY good 'rurnoul' awails l'l1e fall: of Dean Reuschlein of fhe Law School. REORGANIZED af+er a one year lapse wifh Dr. McEnerney as moderafor, Delia Pi Mu has regained fhe presfige fhal has characferized ihis socieiy since I902. Qt JACK JOYCE, Presideni' of 'rhe Phi Kappa Pi, THESE HAPPY SMILES fypify fhe wonderful lime Villanova's engineering frafernify, confemplafes an- had by all fhose who a1'+ended +his year's Owl Hop. ofher forihcoming social funcfion. "And away we go!!!" PHI KAPPA Pl-SENIOR MEMBERS E. Barry, W. Belleville, G. Colon, J. English, R. Ersldne, PH I F. Gehring, E. Zielinsld, J. Joyce, D. Limrolh, G. Minser. W. Miller, W. Mullee, P. Slreb, P. Troffe, W. Wagner, J. Zalor, D. Zinlc. he Phu Kappa Pl banner ss comprised all' Muller chairman Chris Bresnan are+ Traflef, and refired Presidenf a+or. SMILING FOURSOME sl'and'ing un- , .... V . I . ' I E 3 Z PICTURED HERE are members of Villanova's en- successful dinner dance, and lheir annual Owl Hop gineering social fraiernily who enjoyed one of fheir which fhis year saw lhe largesf lurn-our since rls mosl' successful years. Meefing bi-monfhly. fhis mcephon years ago. fraf organized a number of "smokers," a highly ALTHOUGH lNlTlATlONS are 'lalcen in a spirii of fun, iusl' piclure 'lhe poor pledge awaiiing fhe "bomb." THE GRUESOME sighf picfured here is merely fwo unforlunale pledges running 'lhe gaunflel of lhis year's engineering inilialions. Come help me, brolherll so K ,K 1 ma .mg --we X 'H- 'Ns THE KAPPA PHI KAPPA, naiional professional Ed- uca+ion fra'rerni+y, has for ifs purpose ihe consoli- daiion info a fra+ernal associaiion of ihe men who are preparing 'io be ieachers of American youih. N ,gr .,,.: at 6 T 'N' "WW KAPPA PHI KAPPA-MEMBERS W Beli B Bonnuweli J Curry F Dfxionzo J Fazzini G K K Gailinai Ji Ha en, He buri1, i-ierman, Kehoe E li-.JJ mini -i""""'x 'DS fs s ss .R A Q P - R Old, J. Oliveira, W. Quinn, R. Ranieri, T. Taiman, Torrance, F. Wright THE K.P.K. FRATERNITY is under ihe compeieni' direciion of Bob Ranieri. The faculiy moderaior is Dr. Campanella. FATHER LAVERTY, Remo Leompora, and 'flue re- sull' of a recenl' experimenf. L MBD K PP DELT Q? THE SMILING FACES inclicale 'rhal 'llme Dinner Dance was a success. LKD-SENIOR MEMBERS F. Aslore, R. Cilla, D. Galli, M. Jacey, R. Leomporra, M. Manldewiclw, V. Maslroda, F. Naso, R. Panizza, G. Rowan, N. Ruggeri, H. Sweeney. THE LAMBDA KAPPA DELTA 'Fra'lerni+y creales a bond befween sfudenis aspiring +o a medical career or +o careers in +he allied medical sciences, and docfors or scien+is+s already in fhose fields. MCE an v f .2 MR. LEE BITTENBENDER, noied "LET'S SEE NOW-my ring shows: people can aufhorify, addresses fhe Sociefy see fhe book's +i+leg i+ looks like my +aIk's oui'- on ihe subiecf of "Sys+ems for lined. O.K. Take flue pic+ure," say Accounf- Small Business." ing Sociefy Presidenf Harry Mason. THE ACCOUNTING SOCIETY has long furnished 'Fully aFFords a preview of The profession as if exisfs fhe siudenf accounfanfs of Villanova wiih a vifal in fhe business world loday. firsf confacf wifh leaders in +heir field. H' success- THE AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION pro ber clubs Among Ihe Vlllanova groups achvuhes 'Ihls vndes convenhons and monfhly publlcahons for nfs mem year was a field frlp and luncheon un Phnladelphla M RKETI G CLUB TONY WOOMER heads 'Ihe 68 member Markefing Club which is sponsored by Ihe American MarI:eI'ing Associaiion. by K w Fif S' SX W Q ww mx Q W t X aw BR Q wx 5 X X T X gk R X XB -',-' - is .ik ljl..5S W ' A NM - EN, F " K ' N. 465 Q. 1 V gy - A fx ' ' 43 1 x 5255 fax, ai View k.,,.3.f,1. .1,p.,:.-.v .-.-,5..',.u:-1, s 2-.222 N35 , X H 553 as! T A' Qs V' 'Wk g., w ,mega .. ag xxx Si mm Q v A JS' :Till f f .-Q ..QX . swf: Q A I f X x, .X Q. ,MI . W .af 1 fi. X X i .. ., ' 5 QS . QS N !-A N . , A ff Q ' wg Y' X. 15' v' xx x - X k s .S ' h , .xg gm V: X5 Q Q in 1 THE SOCIETY, now in i'Is 26+h season, par+ici- pafes in a greaf number of con'I'es+s bolh a+ home and away. Areas de- bafed in fhis year, beside Philadelphia, included Baliimore, Washingion, New York, and Norfh Jer- sey. BET GAMMA DEBATI G SOCIETY BETA GAMMA-MEMBERS F. Cunning, J. Curry, W. Eclcenrocle, R. Gersiung, M. McCormick, J. McNuIIy, T. Menizer, G. Minser, A. Nowak, J. Roddy, G. Sinnoll, R. Tornonfo, J. Wrzesinski, J. Wynne. ' A POINT IS MADE by Joe Wynne while foul-play is expecfed from anofher quarier by fhe opposifion. ' ,,,.,....,,,..adf BOB GERSTUNG, Presiden+ of +he Befa Gamma Debafing Socie+y, prepares some periinenf ma- 'lerial 'ro be used in a forfhcoming debaie. UNDER THE DIRECTION of Fr. Lozano, 'Ihe Spanish Club has mainfainecl ifs posifion as 'rhe Iargesf organizafion on campus. The fremendous inferesf shown by fhe sfudenfs has aided 'rhe moderafor in bringing fhe hue color and flavor of romafic Spain fo 'the Universify. CARLOS CONDE, Soph- omore from Puerfo Rico, is Presidenf of fhe 350 member Spanish Club, 'Ihe largesf campus or- ganizafion. IN MID-AUTUMN fhe club presenfed ifs firsf social funcfion of fhe year -Spanish Nighf. The af- fair was highlighfed by a speech by fhe Vice Consul in Philadelphia and a pro- SPANISH CLUB PARTIAL LIST OF SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS J. Blimm, M. Carvaial, C. Conde, J. Daran, J. Gebharf, G. Dela Guardia, M. Dilfincenzo, E. Flefcher, J. Heffer- man, W. I-Ieifman, E. Jacoma, W. Jones, G. Karras, J. Kelly, T. Kelly, J. Lauder, R. Moore, D. Mulcahy, J. Ori- ani, B. Rilley, T. Rogers, S. Smifh, B. Sfeel, B. Sfeinfelf, C. Sfowe, G. Sfroup, W. Sur, B. Torchiana, C. Toro, R. Weiss. refused fo give cresf n Manuel Carvaial a dwich from fhe lunch 3 under his arm. THER LOZANO has e - THE PURPOSE of lhe Inlernafional Relalions Club is lo familiarize sludenls wilh lhe X " ' problems of in+erna+ional affairs. The sfudenls in 'lhis sociely fool: a 'lield lrip 'lo lhe Uniled Nalions and a++ended a luncheon for 'lhe American Friends of lhe Middle Easl. The sociely is affilialed wifh 'lhe Philadelphia Socie+y of Inlernalional ReIa'I'ions Clubs. The Presidenl of 'rhe I.R.C., Bill Phipps, piclured here, is aided in his position by Mr. Rolinol of 'lhe Hislory Deparlmenf. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB SENIOR MEMBERS T. Cole, Cv. Ferguson, J. Graziano, C. I-Ieimbold, J. Ken- ney, J. MCI-Iuqh, J. McLaughlin, J. Monlgomery, B. Moynahan, R. Scully, R. Sur, J. Tumlly. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY-MEMBERS E. Beasley, D. Brady, F. Busse, V. Cardella, D. Cianlo, J. Clarlc, C. Downey, R. Engler, R. Izredericlcs, J. Gilligan, P. I-Ianrahan, W. I-lansbury, J. Hooper, W. Kimball, S. Kowalewslci, Cv. Lee, O. Ludwig, F. Merlcel, E. Moran, C. Noel, C. Pizzo, I-I. Rammralh, E. Tomezslco. THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY is open Io all sludenls inleresfed in chemislry. This year a field 'lrip was 'lalcen 'lo lhe research and developmenl' laboralories of lhe Penn Sall Chemical Company. Charlie Noel, Presiclenl, and Ed Moran, Vice Presidenl, keep 'lhe machine from lilling. 'ka AMERICAN, CHEMICAL SOCIETY INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CLUB THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CLUB was formed Io discuss labor-managemenl' relalions and lo examine solulion of labor-managemenl problems in accordance wifh Ihe social encyclicals. The group sponsors +he campus appearance of labor experls. Al Nowak, senior residenl sfudenl, is presiclenl of lhe l.R.C. INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE ON GOVERNMENT-MEMBERS J. Borden, lvl. Eorcinilo, G. Ferguson, R. Gerslung, J INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CLUB-MEMBERS E. Allen, E. Berg, L. Cassella, J. Coggins, E. Couch, J. Curry, E. DePa-nschalis, W. Eclcenrode, l-l. Eclcrich, J. Era- Graziano, J. Kenney, T. Knesloul, V. lvIcGarry, J. Mc- zer, R. Gerslung, S. Lalvlonl, C. Langleldl, J. Mink, E. lvluglord, A. Nowak, A. Odabash, J. Parolin, T. Quinlan, I-l. Ricca, J. Rocldy, W. Sur. Laughlin, J. lvlonlgomery, W. Phipps, K. Pyle, J. Reira, J Roddy, G. Slodder, B. Sullivan, R. Sully, R. Sur, J I Tumelly. g ,y o Li INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE I' ' .... ..o . I4 T- 'ii"i I 2132.3 O N G O ER E T . l,.V ,. I y V N M N Q ' iilu Iyy, 1 THE VILLANOVA Inlercollegiale Conference on Governmenl was formed lafe in ig jf fl I Ihe school year l952-53 and is one of Ihe few school organizalions 'lhaf couples "Qi A ' I 'I prac'I'icaI educafion wilh social ac+ivi'Iy. The purpose of l'he organizalion is lo aliford ig ,u y , ' 'I Q 'Ihe sludenl an opporlunily fo gain praclical knowledge of governmenl by parlici- if I paling in 'Ihe ac'rivi+ies of 'Ihe Regional Conferences. Tom Kneslouf, Chairman of zizy, 3 Q of 'rhe l.C.G., closes his eyes 'lo slress a poinl' fo club members. l62 MATH CLUB PRESIDENT EMIL HEMBROOKE smiles as Dan Kerrislx, cenler, poinls oul' fhal 'lhe building is on fire. Ofhers amused by This revelalion are Bill Oberle, Mr. Amelolli, Mr. McGinn, Nicholas Xanafhopolus, and Ted Kuligowslci. For anyone so ignoranl as lo be unable +o undersfand whal's going on here, we'Il eIu'cida+e. Dan Kerrisk is explaining a paradox fo Emil Hembroolce and Ted Kuligowslxi. Now aren'+ you ashamed? PHYSICS CLUB PHYSICS CLUB D. Barlolini, J. Carler, T. Declcer, T. Flynn, J. Gilheany. J. Grabowski. T. Kern, E. Lizul, E. Lynch, J. Marzen, E. Meyer, N. Nigro, J. Pasline, A. Paslore, D. Schmidl, C. Schwerdlleger, J. Shea, F. Sikellow, R. Tomonlo, D. Va- chow, W. Winoslci, E. Zahorslny. THE PHYSICS CLUB meels weekly +o discuss ihe pracfical aspecls of Physics and relaled fields. The discussion is usually led by a sludenl on a field in which he is parlicularly inleresied. Bob Tomonfo is shown here as he confounds The Physics Club during 'lheir weekly meeling. . A o So M 9 EQ ASME-SENIOR MEMBERS R. Araskewilz, R. Damiano, T. Davis, R. Durkin, R. Erskine, J. Fuoco, E. Gehring, J. Joyce, J. Keeler, M. Kell , D y . Limrolh, F. Loch, R. McKenna, J. Manafau, W. Miller, J. O'Brien, 'F. Roberls, H. Rourke, J. Tracy, T. Vandvere, J. Vanslone. THE AMERICAN SOCIETY of Mechanical Engineers, +he largesf professional engineering group on campus, invifes aufhorifies on engineering 'ro address +he group af i+s bi-monrhly meeiings, and makes several field frips during fhe year. "l CAN'T UNDERSTAND IT! The A.S.M.E. handbook said i+ would work," says A.S.M.E. Presideni' Walf Miller as fhe machine iusi' refuses io go. wink H' F i!"4 Q-.ra ' ,.4 I Q- A q..e:2'!'?' K 'Il ,, 4, in -1- 4:-799' 'gk I if NIE' gg 1' 1 I ESE "'.f-' X ' wg T?-fi f 2 1 f af Qi ,QA if ., 4 a 'J' g E if E Q . 1: X K' T M .. I 96, ? .1 x, xv ' ..L,. V' wdifh. 9 A I mm 3: . ' Eg ff Q., 4' 3 V is lm ' ff ig 5. Sf i x? 2 . as 1 'Qi A25 .M-,gg .ei , , ' ,fm V 3 Q 53 Ax 15 fi if gy ,Q Q I in i 5- QQ 'f "3 - U ik ,I Wig .V , 'wx ,W ' 'JL - ,, 'Z 'rfb' - ' L , F 2' 2 , 1 .. -, A ar - --ZX fam: wif, ij " 5'g'g:fF?ZQf55S?:- wwf x ? 1 as gl E A . ., gi --e .A-: , J ff Nf 4 QA 4'-2' sl Q W B . .. dgvf 'M 4 5 '42 "" P a EL 1 4 Us-N V4 4 v-4 A 'li qw Q' Q ff ,WK 7W'?'35L 14 Q ,, 1' i . , , X 4. 5? 1 1 3 V' 4 "ef fam ? Q4sfl. 5 fillrfita ,J ALONG WITH ihe robin 'rhe annual cleaning given 'lo lhe pool by lhe chemical engi- A neering sludenls is a harbinger of Spring. Presidenf Ed Barry oversees 'lhe pool cleaning from a vanlage poinf in fronl of ihe Chemical Engineering Building AlChE-SENIOR MEMBERS E. Barry, J. Boyle, F. Craig, l. Lo, J. Maher, W. lvlcCariy, D. Miller, A. Mohan, L. Shelley, F. Silleil, R. Trallel. A.l.Ch.E. THE STUDENT CHAPTER of lhe American lnsliluie of speakers. The lasl' such was Dr. Malsfad, Dean of lhe Chemical Engineers a'l' Villanova carries an exlensive pro- Universi+y of Pennsylvania Chemical Engineering School. gram which includes 'lhe monihly appearance of guesf who spolce on "graclua1'e work." 4 ki W, , an 3 affix if 5 . R , Us C sg, qv' in 1 0.-U' ff Q E 1' R T E ' 6 Hi 4 3'-si QQ 1 'QQ K y fx 'FQ Z 93 rt, f X in S 4 Q2 SV? KK SQ' 3 . ,gy Q Q f f ffm? ik L-i: 'Nm l Q a 5 I 1 4 Q,w' -.e lov- in ,wx-. 1 N Q 5 Q ' HW 'Tb way... .,.-f-f eff 0 SCHOLA CANTORUM THE SCHOLA CANTORUM, under fhe direclion o'F Law School Dean Harold Gill Reuschlein, provides en+er'rainmen+ af +he annual Faculfy Chris+mas Dinner. Form- erly direcfor of ihe choir in fhe largesl' parish in Piffsburgh, conducfor Reuschlein has complefely reorganized fhe group wifh a hope for a relurn lo fhe more solemn forms of fhe lilurgy. PRESIDENT CONRAD Urban provides en+erfainmen+ for 'lhe Schola members wifh music in a much lighler vein as lhey 'lake a break from one of fheir weekly rehearsals. THE "V" for Villanova and fhe playing of fhe Alma Maier al' our home foofball games will always be remembered. FRANK LICOPOLI conduc'rs fhe annual conceri' af Fifzgerald- Mercy Hospifal. THE BA D THE TRUMPETS blare as +he Villanova Concerf FRANK GUNTHER, manager: Fa+l1er Burns. moderafor. band sounds off, and Frank Licopoli, leader, are seen discussing one of ihe pleasanl' momenfs of a successful concerf. A FAMILIAR SIGHT al 'rhe Villanova fooiball games is 'Ihe Cheering Squad, Bob Tomonfo, J. Fellon, J. Gilheany, J. Garre'H', J. Tulio. Highlighf of ihe Georgia game ,Z All! 0194 E -a C was +he appearance of Evelyn Ay IMiss America of I953l, shown here leading a cheer for Villanova CHEERLEADERS THE VARSITY CLUB. Firsl' row: R. Ervin, M. Quinn, T. Filzpalriclc, R. Cecere, D. Sommers, C. McGuckin, A. Knowllon, R. Shannon, J. Faragalli, B. Addiego, E. Prorolc. Second row: W. McGarry, R. ScoH, J. Leichlweiss, N. Marshall, M. Poienza, S. Brzenlx, D. Hurley. Third row: J. Devine, R. Schafer, R. Berg, J. Pefers, R. Ricciani, G. Karras, J. Sullivan, M. Mayock. Missing Senior Members: G. Filipski, J. Gaffney, J. Mc- Nicholas, R. Rigney, P. Carrieri, R. Kershaw, W. Hegariy, R. Volonnino. Chuck Mc- Guckin heads fhe clubjhaf has as one of ils foremosi aims: "The acling as ambassa- dors of good will by being ushers'a+ home aihlefic con+es+s, assisling lhe adminisfra- 'lion wifh visilors day or any such program fha? may arise in which 'lheir services would be desired." THE VARSITY CLUB is ,X 1 .f X I , 1 -v -w1ig.g:i'?Q'gQi2P!i? 'K A ffl wiwfl? ' -V fr m-m:5ww5Z9'60 5 swf' ,f 1- 'f wa3iTkQw2ej?jT'3"5 , -.QM J " K " H X A ,, , K O Eff? "3 S is, Fr 2 , 'C Q " xv f Y 5 mm Q? V' X Q 36 L42 Q- W -Q -vu.-,Q ,A,, ,MVN K 5, SH f X " X ..... , W..-g M, ,, A M. M . , Tal, . gg , 'K' o mn.. ' ' up Y VI. Fw 4 ...nw-.-...- QS LA. nm V' A LARGE STAFF of broadcasl engineers under lhe direcfion of Jack Kelly provides lhe lechnical knowledge lhal' lceeps +he slalion lransmilling. I 4, ' 1 . . , , , . .W 6' UP-TO-THE-MINUTE news and sporls broaclcasls are a specially of lhe Voice of Villanova. DAVE PETERSON heads a policy meeling of WVlL's officers. SOME OF THE OFFICERS of WVIL plan an evening's broadcasl' schedule. The campus radio slalion is on lhe air live nighls a week from 7:30-I I:00 P. M. WVIL CHIEF ENGINEER Jack Kelly flashes lhe high sign lo slalion manager Dave Pelerson. A LARGE PART of lhe s'la'lion's lime is lalren up by recorded music. 2: Q ,A LV bm 94 'NX . 'Aw 1 1 R K wg 5 X ,i' bi , . -. 1.5 1 -Q M 5 , A W - . for yf lf - ' Q f"'?l!.Z -4 LORD LOAM lBob Erslzinel and Tweeny lEihel Dagifl enioying a laugh in an im- provised hul' which lhe liH'le band had oc- cupied for 'lwo years. A FORMER BUTLER, who assumes leadership of fhe group on lhe island, Crichlon lBernie Coynel, confesses his love lo Lady Mary Lasenby lKa+herine Kellyl. HE BELLE MASQUE SOCIETY, Villanova's dramalic group, was re- organized in I946 lafler a necessary warlime reliremenll by ils presenl Moderalor, Rev. William J. Krupa, 0.S.A. Since Jrhal lime The sociely has enjoyed a well-deserved and ever-increasing popularily. In lhe pasl lhe Belle Masque, which is a member of Jrhe Alpha Psi Omega -a nalional dramalic honor lralernily-has shown lhal il is capable of handling large-scale produclions in a professional manner. This year's presenlalions were noi exceplions. Noi discouraged when a len-inch snowfall lcepl all bul a handful of people away from ils Winler produclion, The Admirable Crichlon, lhe sociely slarled working on ils Spring play, Slalag I7, which is bound lo be one ol lhe finesl ever slaged al Villanova. CAST of The Admirable Crichfon celebraies lhe engagemenl' of lhe buller 'lo lhe lady of lhe house. THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON Crichlon ....................... Bernard Coyne Ernesf Wooley ..4,..,.. ....,. P efer Quinn Lady Agefhd LaSe'1bY ----A ---- 5 ally Ann DGIY DISCUSSING NEWS from home-fhe casi from lhe Spring play "S+alag l7" rehearses Lady Cafherine Lasenby ......... Joan Theurlcauf for -fhe anxiously awai-fed P,-oducj-ion. Lady Mary Lasenby ............. Kaiherine Kelly Mr. Treherne ...... ..... W illiam Cunningham Lord Broclclehursf .......... Waller Doyle Lord Loam ....... ,.,..... R oberf Erskine Miss Fisher ...... ..., . , .... Marie Poioclci Naval OH"icer ...4.,..4....,..,.. William Brown The Couniess of Brockelhursf ...... Marion Daley Tweeney ...............,........... Efhel Dagii Servanfs of Lord Loam's Household . . . Nancy Ryan, Michael Clark, Thomas Curan, Myron Crall- man, William Moore, Richard McEnfee, Eve Mayer, William Brown, David Pelersen, Anne Merchanf, Judy Garvey, John Cullen. PRIOR TO 'rhe shuffling of social slandings, Lady Lasenby fKa+herine Kellyl, discusses household prob- lems wi+h fhe builer iBernard Coynel. CRICHTON, fhe perfeci' bu'rIer, shows Tweeny, 'ihe kifchen maid, how 'lo cool: over an open fire. B 0 up--V af -I-hi r fg-- 2 J X i ,vt , 'Wig R -X ,muah FIVE MINUTES fo curlain cafches "girls" exposed. Bob Gold helps Owen Hickey gel uniangled. P.S. They all made if! I-IE TURF AND TINSEL CLUB was founded in i933 by Marlin Gill, a Villanova alumnus. and l-larry Siuhldreher, 'rhen varsily looiball coach. The original plan ol Jrhe club was lo preseni a musical comedy each year wilh an all male casl comprised ol varsily alhleles. The enler- prise, however, lasied only lwo years. Alier lhe war, inieresi in lhe club was revived largely lhrough lhe ewclorls ol Roberl Whelan, choreographer George Noalce, and Moderalor Rev. Michael J. O'Donnell, C.S.A. Rev. John P. Maher, O.S.A., relieved Fr. G'Donnell and has aided greally in increasing The popularily of The club. FRIAR TUCK lBobby Hanerl, fakes ex- cepfion io Bloody Roger's lHugh Fla- herlyl accusalion of his "hones+y." THIS IS NO PLACE for fears Sir Maudlin lTony Dela Roccal, look where Liffle John lBarry Schmifll, was injured. if 2 1 ,fr 2 ii VILLA DVA .ff-'Y SPORTS CO-EDITORS Dick Contoy and Harry Nash agree that last week's layout was "the greatest," although the rest ot the sports stat? seems to have some doubts. Mil mi in VIDLANOVA UNIVERSITY Q D VIL'-ANOVA. PA- DICK WINFOELD ................ .... E ditor-in-Chief WARD WELSH ..... Managing Editor JIM NULIN . , ....... ..... N ews Editor BILL QUINN ...,............... Feature Editor FRANK GUNTHER ............... ........ C opy Editor MIKE MALINIAK .................. Business Manager DICK CONFOY, HARRY NASH ........... Sports Editors GEORGE FERGUSON .......... News-Feature Editor DON RABENDA, STEVE LYONS ......... Photo Editors NICK ELSIER ...................... Circulation Manager CHARLIE MAGEE ........................... Staff Artist ASSOCIATE EDITORS: T. Sheehan. H-arry Anger, M. McCormick, T. Mentzer, J. Bordeln, B. Coyne, E. Daly, F. James. FACULTY ADVISOR - REV. J. A. KLEKOTKA, 0. S. A. This paper is dedicated to one of the finest men who ever entered Villanova: Scholar, Athlete, Gentleman - LEO GOODREAU Published weekly during the school year by the students of Villanova University. Subscription rates are 32.00 per year. Of the amount studehts pay as a tuition fee, 52.00 is for a year's subscription. Entered as second class matter at the Villanova Pos-t Office, Dec. 27, 198. Under the Act of Mar. 3, 1879. Member of Catholic Press Association, Catholic College Press Association. Member Dssocioled Colle5ide Dress JIM NOLIN, News Editor, points out the next week's assignments to Dick McEntee, Bob Mc- Laughlin, Jay Pandaleon, Len Kraft, and George Tracy. A. "WHO'S COLUMN gets cut this week?" muses Feature Edi- tor Bill Quinn, as Ed Daly, Rees James, and Bob Rock await the decision. DICK WINFIELD is ediTor-in-chief of The influenfial weekly newspaper, The Villanovan. Here he checks on some facTs Through Mr. Bell's invenTion. COPY IS CHECKED by Frank GunTher, copy edi- Tor before iT goes down To The Long Publishing Co. Do you spell sinceriTy wiTh Two 'i's or Two 'e's?" NXIOUSLY AWAITED each Tuesday is The Villanovan, The weekly campus newspaper. iv1oderaTed by Rev. John A. KlelcoTlca, O.S.A., and ediTed by Dick WinTield, The paper is one oT The mosT viTal exTracurricular acTiviTies, Tor in The hands oT iTs sTaTT lies The responsibiliTy oT keeping iTs readers inTormed oT The happenings aT Villanova. To accomplish This end, The weekly publishes news arTicles, sporTs, TeaTures, leTTers, and ediTorials. THE NEWS-FEATURE slaff Iisfens a'Hen+iveIy as Joe Meehan reads his masferpiece +o pipe-smoking edi- +or George Ferguson, iusf back from a 'Irip behind fhe Iron Curfain. "HOW DID YOU GET fha? double exposure?", asks S+eve Lyons of his phorography co-edi+or Don Rabenda, as 'rhe ofher pho'ro 'Iakers look on wilh amusement BUSINESS MANAGER Mike Maliniak explains Ihe pyramid s+yIe of placing adverfisemenls on page 8 fo an inferesfed junior. NICK ELSIER, circulafion edilor lsecond 'From Ieffl, wonders why all +hese people do noi show up on Tuesdays, when Ihe paper goes ouf. GATHERED 'For a policy meeTing are lsfandingl Paul Landau, Harry Nash, Joe Blimm, Bob STrayTon, Dan Cahalan, and Tony Ciesco, and lsi+Tingl Ed Karku+, Joe Alvich, Jack DeRemigis, Pa+ BuT- Tarazzi, Ward Welsh, Rees James, Mike Malinialc, and Bob Cassidy. MEETING THEIR FIRST deadline are Managing ediTor Rees James, PubliciTy head Ed Karlxui, Circu- laTion ediTor Paul Landau, and EdiTor-in-chief Ward LYX l-lERE ARE MANY STUDENTS aT Villa- nova who have wriTing inTeresT and abil- iT-y. These men are provided wiTh an opporTuniTy To develop This TalenT by The Lynx, The li+erary guarTerly. ConTribuTions Tor The magazine are in The Torm oT shorT sTories, poems, essays, slceTches, and, occa- sionally, criTicisms oT plays and boolcs. The Lynx was Tounded in IQ4-8, largely Through The eTTorTs oT Rev. John J. McShea, O.S.A. Since Then Mr. James A. lv1iTchell and Dr. John S. Phillipson have become moderaTors. Through The coordinaTed eT- TorTs oT The moderaTors and EdiTor Ward Welsh, The Lynx enjoyed one oT iTs mosT Welsh. successful seasons This year. WARD WELSH inTrocluced a 'Fresh sTyle, new cover, and wider circulaTion To The Universify liTerary magazine, The Lynx. ig . il "?' f' ii? af ir s if . .go As, . -. -wsgm A A , 5- vf-f f. 1, 4. T, -, si V - .- - .loam -1 Kay sv 5 4' T . my 5 s it C Egg 5 .z' S, ig 3 X if ' V1 ., Q 5 ig as Y as E 4 A Q . VILLANOVA ENGINEER RlGlNAl.LY KNOWN AS THE OWL, The Villanova Engineer, moderaTed by Rev. John J. Vrana, O.S.A., and ediTed This year by Ed lvlclvlahon, is The magazine pub- lished guarTerly by The School oT Engineeringp- WiTh ma- Terial conTribuTed by sTudenTs of all branches of ThaT school, The magazine demonsTraTes The close relaTionship beTween The Tour deparTmenTs and aTTords iTs conTribuTors valuable experience in Technical wriTing. il il is , 1, 1 T iii i ii F i if RICHARD SPANGENBERG, Managing ediTor, Ed McMahon, EdiTor, and John VansTone, Copy ediTor, as They prepare for The final deadline of The Villanova Engineer. THE STAFF, sTanding-T. Kuli- gowski, J. VansTone, H. Barnwell, R. Spangenberg, E. Barry, K. Claunch, and J. Clancy. SiTTing -ModeraTor Fr. John Vrana, O.S.A., and EdiTor Ed McMahon. in-A ED MCMAHON is shown here as he pre- pares The quarTerly issue of The Villanova Engineer which has a circulaTion of over l000. E. BARRY, T. Fellenz, W. Wagner, W. Belleville, M. Zink, and E. Zielinslci looking over The layouT as The "Engineer" nears The final sTages. EDITOR HENRY LEONARDI plans 'Ihe nexi' publlcahon of 'Ihe Mendel Bullehn whnch is approprnafely frlled an commemorahon of THE MENDEL BULLETIN is published chiefly by Pre-Medical s+uden+s and is moderaied by Fafher Laver+y, O.S.A. The s+aFf consisls of: R. Cifla, H. Leonardi, R. Leomporra, F. Naso, and D. Ga'H'i. IT IS THE INTENTION of 'I'he publicafion fo presenl' for general scrufiny, modern de- velopmenls in Ihe scieniilic 'Fields and by 'lhus considering Ihem, sfimulafe in+eres'I in scienfilic knowledge in general. Shown here are H. Leonardi, F. Naso. I. f , . .vw A DILIGENT Joe Alvich wonders if he will ever work his way around The lable. -STM " THE I9 4 BELLE IR E BEGAN WORK on Ihe l954 Belle Air resolved 'ro produce a book in keeping wilh The Iradilionally high slandards ol Villanova Annuals, and parlicularly one Thai would Iirlingly commemorare 'rhe lirsl year of Villanova as a Universily. Revolving our eiciorls around The noble work of Cardinal Newman-"The Idea ol a Univer- siIy," The ideas slowly became realilies and The pieces were placed in order. The book Ihar you now read is The resulr of counlless long, lale, hard hours of concenrralion, rireless eiclorl, and sacrifice. Our work is compleled-we now awair your verdicr. Sir nw. Arfhur L. Quinn Eclifor-in-Chief is I 1 sy' 'Wai , I fi K A lc SOME OF Ihe members of fhe copy sI'aFF-Frank Gunlher, Bob Reber, Jim Barker, and Ed Flefcher burn Ihe midnighf oil, a common procedure in Belle Air producfion. REV. DANIEL FALVEY, O.S.A. Ilefll, and Rev. Roberl' Sullivan, O.S.A., are Ihe de- vofed and aHen+ive moderaiors of Ihe Belle Air. They pafienfly guide Ihe year- book Ihrough ifs many Irials, ACTIVITIES Edifor George Gorman and associaie George Eberle plan 'Ihe sociefy piciures for Ihe coming week -4,6 GOING CLOCKWISE, we see Jim Nolin wriiing home on Whilaker Chambers' old Iypewriierg Ari Quinn calling Rose- monfg Bob Reber, Joe Zafor and George Gor- man reminiscing aboui' Ihe Senior weekend: and Jack McLoughlin prepar- ing a 'lhreaiening Ie+'l'er I'o Senafor McCar'fhy. James L. Nolin Associaie Edifor Roger H. Moriariy Business Manager ff Harry M. Anger George S. Gorman Sporfs Edifor Acfivifies Ediior fb' BUSINESS MANAGER Roger Moriar'l'y pays com- missions +o Dick Kelly as John Irish, Basil Fox, Jack Kelly and Dick Naclerio waii Iheir Iurn. IDick really picked Marciano in 1'he Ihird round., ,, I l I Q , -J we l87 Francis J. Williman RoberT A. Reber PhoTography EdiTor Copy EcliTor FRANK WILLIMAN, phoTography ecliTor, looks over The handiwork of his sTaTf: STeve Lyons, Bill Burns, Dick Schleicher, and Dennis Kuwa- hara lsTandingl, and Don Rabenda lseaTecll. I-IAT IS TI-IE BELLE AIR FOR? This year- book has a very speciTic purpose-To pro- vide Tor you a IasTing and indelible record, boTh in picTures and in copy, oT The year's evenTs. The human mind is always working, buT iT is usually occupied wiTh Things ThaT are happening in The presenT. The evenTs oT The pasT are pushed inTo The background. The longer They sTay There, The vaguer and The harder To recall They become. The Belle Air sTaTT realizes This and, believing ThaT memories oT college IiTe will be imporTanT ones, publishes a book each year ThaT will pre- serve Them vividly and concreTely Tor The TuTure. Yu., LATE IN SEPTEMBER each year The Belle Air is hosT To several Thousand high school sTudenTs aT .- iTs Annual PublicaTions Confer- ence. The conference has as iTs purpose The enabling of high school sTudenTs, inTeresTed in M,,,,,..-no-v--" school pubIicaTions, To learn how They may beTTer Their yearbooks, papers, and magazines, and gener- ally gain valuable knowledge Trom successful men in The iournalisTic Tield. AT The righl' we see some of The principal figures aT This year's conference: Rev. Daniel Falvey, O.S.A., Librarian and Belle Air moderaTorg Mr. Francis Mar- Tinezg SisTer Joanna Mary, I.H.M., X and Mr. William Cooke, presidenT of The Cooke Publishing Co., pub- lishers of The Belle Air. 5 f THE TRIPS lo Zamslcy Sludiosiare always a mixfure pleasure. Here Joe Zalor lallcs over a phofography problem wifh Miss Anne McCarlhy and Mr. Joseph Korpalslci of lhe Zamslcy Slalif , .. s M ,es,o ,er,:s,rsorsre5ssLe1r'... 1 i 1.h of business and 6 . Emi? ii hi H . EQ Wk Thomas Knesloul' Raymond J. Lovell Harold W. Picl:e'H' Fealure Edilor Circulalion Manager Ari Edilor MR. DANIEL SOLARI, of 'rhe William T. Cooke Publishing Co., is lhe man wilh whom lhe Belle Air deals direclly. Wilh- oul his aslule aid 'rhe Belle Air would have an exlremely difficull lime being produced. JACK McLOUGHLlN, Jim Nolin, Harry Nash, and sealed, Jaclc Graziano, are lrying 'ro decide which piclure has fhe mosl aclion. fa f K5 f 'Q il?-vi . .Q W -1. 1 I ,xi ' f A -M ,As ah si' Q. W fx, a , agusg. -wwf, ge. ' if Q may +5 ,M Q i 5 A. ., Y rf, ,. ,Q Q A"- s,A. R ' A , ,nib -, V -W f L f 'Sf M52 ' Q K K A 1 . Q 'E -W 1 'W' ge, - as Ng. R X X Q. yah' , ,K K FOOTBALL l-lE SEASONS FOOTBALL OPENER was a 'CaT-'dog TighT beTore 98,000 Tans under The lighTs aT Municipal STadium. Villanova's WildcaTs jumped To I2 quick poinTs in The TirsT period as quarTerbacl4 Joe lvlcNicholas Threw long To halfbaclc Ralph Cecere Tor The TirsT'score, and Tullback Jack l-lelm plunger Tor The second. Georgia's Bulldogs, led by "Zeke" BraTlcowslci's pin-poinT passes To wingman Johnny Carson, roared baclc To a I3-I2 halTTime lead, however, Then ouTscored The lvlainliners Three Touchdowns To one in The second halT Tor a 32-I9 win. l-lE FOLLOWING weelc The Raimo-men meT Texas' Longhorns aT Dallas. The Torrid l95Ol TemperaTure and enormous Texas bench l89 men, oT whom 52 were usedl combined To wear down The 'CaTs' sTamina. Cecere again scored Two Touchdowns buT Texas won, 4I-I2, as The heaT Torced eighT Villanovans Trom The game. iff Angie Wa T L , cc s TRAPPED while aTTempTing To pass, Joe McNicholas runs Tor good yardage againsT Syracuse wiTh The aid of some exceIlenT "STrongarm" work by Tom FiTzpaTriclr. A CROWD of 98,000 saw hard-running Georgia half- back Jimmy Campagna drive up The middle in The season's opener. AFTER TAKING a handoff early in The Texas game, John Giordano is sTopped by Texas' sophomore halfbaclc, Ches- Ter Simcik. ig,-.n,.1l'.'sz' asp , , ' Ky ' wp Lf'-lf ap TTL M PETE CARRIERI JOE LEICHTWEIS ROY KERSHAW ARE THE WILDCATS CAPT. JOE FARAGALLI BOB BER6 ART KNOWLTON TOM FITZPATRI Tl. CK ' 4'7.i2?f BEN ADDIEGO RALPH CECERE RAY RIGNEY nl 'IAN 'W'w"""""'V' CHARLIE McGUCKIN AND NELSON MARSHALL GENE FILIPSKI JACK HELM JOE McNICHOLAS T TOOK THEM unTil The TourTh game, buT The 'CaTs Tinally Tound Them- selves. The TirsT TasTe oT vicTory came aT The expense of BosTon College. WiTh Filipski and Cecere sparking The ground oTTense The Main Liners Torged ahead 8-O and were never sTopped. The Tinal score was Villanova I5, BosTon College 7. Gene Filipski again showed himselT as The besT back on The Tield. The WebsTer, Mass., speedsTer picked up a ToTal oT 89 yards Tor his Sunday's work. Included in This was a 38-yard dash Tor The TirsT Villanova score. The Blue and WhiTe had jumped oTT To an early lead when Ray Rigney and Bob Volonino Trapped Eagle quarTerback Bill STuka in his own end zone. The saTeTy made iT 8-O and iT sTood ThaT way aT halTTime. ln The Third period Don McComb grabbed a parTially deTlecTed pass and raced 45 yards Tor The Touchdown. Bob Volonino converTed and Villanova had a TiTTeen-poinT lead. The Eagles ThreaTened many Times in The second halT, buT were Turned back on all buT eTTorT. Tom Magnarelli goT Them The score wiTh a six-yard iaunT around righT end. The scoring ThrusT capped oTT a 60-yard drive. VILLANOVA'S ALL-ALUMNI coaching sTe Michaels llinel, Joe Rogers lFreshmenl, Ale Coach ArT Raimo. Fi,11553i5 ming: 5 .. B., F YOU ONLY cross midTieId once in The enTire game you can'T do much abouf scoring. ThaT unTor- TunaTeIy was The case in The second home game oT The season. The WiIdcaTs were compIeTeIy ouTpIayed and shuTouT by DeTroiT, 27-O. The shuTouT, inci- denTaIIy, was The TirsT in !XrT Raimo's Three year Tenure oT oTTice. IT Tools The TiTans a ToTaI oT only nine plays To geT Their TirsT Two scores. In The TirsT period They wenT 35 yards in eighT Tries, and in The second guarTer a I3-yard run by Bo Burgmeier gave Them The second Tally. BoTh oT The opporTuniTies had come Trom Villanova Tumbles. The MoTor CiTy group Turned The game inTo a compeTe rouT aTTer The haIT. Villanova had made iTs only peneTraTion oT TiTan TerriTory, buT IosT The ball on downs. Then The Red and WhiTe wenT 66 yards in I I plays Tor Their Third marlcer oT The evening. The visiTors Tinally wrapped up The evening wiTh a Tine 68-yard sprinT, on a punT reTurn, by Dave Kline. WITH DETROIT leading 27-0 in The Third quarTer Villanova sTiII can'T move. Here Ben Addiego is Thrown Tor a loss. This was The case all evening as The WiIdcaTs goT across midfield only once, and never even ThreaTened To score. W IW ,X 78 Z1 .. waiving, ' We 5 mb? M by 5'giig'u:3' yi! ,jk 0 Mn., fs, ff ,Q W Mu, We K , , H ' J Q,H59sf,,ax - e fjfl ,, 1 viii -. A .4 ,, af f 1. -, .,. W , , 5 g Mai, Y syn- Y .V ' ,g,,1:,'w Wifi? TA Wm y 4 M' "T ' if ' 4- ' 1 a"'1'L f 't af' M rfua ali, N THEIR THIRD TRY The WiIdca+s Tinally won a TooTbaII game aT home. BeTore The smaIIesT crowd oT The season Villanova edged Xavier, 2 I -I4. The IvIusI4eTeers had jumped oTT To a 7-O lead in The early parT oT The second quarTer, buT The Ivlainliners goT Two scores iusT beTore haITTime and were never headed. BoTh oT The Tallies were long disTance sTriI4es as Gene Eilipslci ran 33 yards Tor one, and John Gior- dano sTreaIced 30 To give The 'CaTs a lead. Giordano's was The resuIT oT a pass-IaTeraI play. The 'CaTs Tinished Their scoring Tor The aTTemoon wiTh anoTher long shoT. Jack Helm Took a screen pass Trom Charlie IvIcGucIcin and dashed 50 yards Tor The Touchdown. GENE FILIPSKI cuTs by Xavier Co-CapTain, Bobby Judd, Tor I2 yards early in The second period oT The homecoming game. A LAST SECOND lunge by KenTucIxy's Bill Hardy breaks up a McGucIcin To Cecere aerial under The IighTs aT LexingTon. THIRD SOUTHERN Trip provided The same resuIT as on The previous Trips as The Ivlainliners Tinished on The shorT end To KenTuclcy, I9-O. ViIIanova's scrapping 'CaTs were behind by only 6-O wiTh Tive minuTes To play when Ken- Tuclcy's All-American STeve Meilinger reTurned an inTercepTed pass To ViIIanova's 28 and scored Two plays IaTer. A bad pass Trom cenTer gave KenTucIcy The ball a Tew minuTes laTer To seT up The Tinal Tally. ,Q -ni'i:!fsx'l7!T5'3" Q' S u GENE FILIPSKI dodges Fordham Tacklers on a I4 yard romp for a Touchdown in The firsT quarTer of The game aT The Polo Grounds: as Jack Helm Takes ouT Fordham's Jack Hya'H'. "SEE YOU LATER GUYS!" Pai' STark of Syracuse does some fancy sfepping To avoid Villanova's Jack Helm and Joe Leichfwiess. Q 25 we ,.f,., zggseg IJ, . -as . . .nf an SWS 5,1 f. V 1 A Ei 5,31 Qssiifew--Q 122 A. X Iwi, --Mi- mi- ata, . 1,zQ.si V as 522 aigfisf' fe x 'X my 5, ,W-f , .sm , we Qlir, - - f ii-ii W " iii" 1:35 FT M- ':', ik wil? ,sig gig -I J K K was - ,K-,V E S Xfyy M,-is - i ef. 'TEL-iV A 'L,'f 3 r A .-me 3, 5 7' ' Q?f.Q-wie: , I TT' - giieff f f 1, .. Q . . T. lee 5 4 fi Kg,-1 FTER TAKING IT on The chin Trom Georgia and Texas, The WildcaTs had high hopes Tor a vicTory aT The expense oT Wake ForresT. The hopes were shorT-lived, however, as The Deacons became The Third Team in as many weeks To dump The Mainliners. A Twelve-poinT Third period gave The vicTors an I8-I2 Tinal margin. BoTh Teams had come inTo The conTesT wiThouT a win, and The game was an evenly maTched aTTair ThroughouT The TirsT halT. Wake ForresT scored TirsT in The second period on a one-yard sneak by guarTerl:naclc Joe WhiTe. Raimo's charges goT Their only Tally oT The halT iusT beTore inTermission. Ralph Cecere galloped Ten yards wiTh a piTchouT To lcnoT The game aT six-all. Gene Filipslci goT loose in The second halT Tor 64 yards and Villanova's second score on a punT reTurn. The Demon Deacons scored Twice more Though and picked up Their TirsT win oT The new season. AN UPSET THE SEASON'S BIGGEST WIN LAYING Tor The TirsT Time as a UniversiTy Team, The club Tinally realized The poTenTial anTici- paTed Tor iT in pre-season raTings as They baTTled To a I4-I3 win over The Tavored Syracuse Orange. IT was a "Team" vicTory ThroughouT as The vicious blocking and Tackling oT The linemen and hard running oT The backs reminded many oT lasT year's powerhouse. Ralph Cecere scampered Tor 88 yards lVilla- nova's longesT.run oT The seasoni and a Touchdown behind The magniTicenT blocking oT guard Tom I:iTzpaTrick, who excelled ThroughouT The game: Joe lvlcNicholas called'plays wiTh proTessional poise: Jack I-lelm reTurned an inTercepTed pass Tor 54 yards To seT up The second score and kicked The Two viTal exTra poinTsg The whole Team played inspired ball. Kershaw, Rigney, McComb and Mayock sparkled aT The ends: always invaluable Joe Faragalli, Joe LeichTweiss, PeTe Carrieri, and Nelson Marshall came Through wiTh The crucial Tackle whenever The Qrangemen ThreaTened, or The iarring block To shake a man loose. This was Villanova aT iTs besT. ALL AMERICAN end John Carsen Ieaps high To grab one of Bra+kowski's aerials. InabiIiTy To break up This combinaiion cosT Villanova The ballgame. "iff, T, W .fi fy ,ki mr dll' 'W' I xv . 4, TOM FITZPATRICK clears The way as Vil- Ianova's Ralph Cecere reTurns a Syracuse punT 88 yards for a Touchdown. A GENE FILIPSKI aHemp'ls fo run 'lhe Bos'I'on Universify lefl side. Roy Kershaw fakes oul Lou Pe+rol:a, bu+ Filipski is abou'I' 'ro be slapped by Tom Gaslall. THE BOSTON COLLEGE Eagles display y some fine blocking as +hey open +he hole A , +hrough which Tom Magnarelli scorecl in lhe fourlh quarfer af Fenway Park. I .,. I A .. I - I - . I - II ,-fA - V .. O -- - , 3 , NM V I : I mf I I , ., , I I , I Aff, st I-lv: . -I , ,W A , gL,.M1:.' oif w' ' 5 ,1 "" ' " ' 4 ' 7 "" " ik' M ' ' U 'iw H W ' -Z ' K I- If 1. a , ii -Q 7 Q, ' ' - 1 "'P' 'f l ' ':"' z " ""' -' " ' fog V ' . an an .I , . 'L-H f Mwfiiimli 'S I- I ,Q E I-.I .. O , ,,, 1 my V W V ' Q' - I ! I J A ' I " ' .,.,,..,, --MM , ., 1 ' ' ' " - . II.. , r ' A L :jk , A, , W ' . I . :gII K , ' ,R ,Q f K I " -' , I ' , ,,.., an 9 A We ' g Q, ' i ' 46 . 'T' . N, f K E ' il :MA N' I in I 337, . AW at L. 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CRIPPLING ground aTTacIc - one ThaT neTTed over 400 yards in all - and gen- eraIIy sound Iine pIay propeIIed The WiIdca+s To a 20-I3 win over The Fordham Rams in New YorIc's Polo Grounds in The TirsT meeTing beTween These Two rivaIs since T92 I. The win was The TinaI game oT The year, and consTiTuTed The c:Iub's TourTh win, againsT six Iosses. Gene FiIipsIci, in gaining nearIy ISO yards on The ground, and The oTher backs-Ralph Cecere, Joe IvIcNichoIas and Jack I-Telm were aII demons when carrying The baII. GENE FILIPSKI runs back a TirsT period kickoff abouT I0 yards, be- Tore being downed by Mike Vene- deTTi, BosTon UniversiTy Tackie. if ANDY ROMEO nears The end oT a shorT Two-yard gain aT The Polo Grounds. Don McComb made The sTop. 'T s..-'cz if2f.,,,15 5 A' F, A I ii if llxii Y elf W l sr s CATS RENEW FDRDHAM zu I E RIVALRY IN FINE FASHION I IYII II'I' I I S sr. I GEORGE MURPHY, Fordham wingman is slopped as he fries +o cu'I' away from Arl Knowlfon and Ralph Cecere. LINEBACKER Nellie Marshall moves in Io sI'op 'l'he play, as sophomore fullback Don Laalcsonen of Syra- cuse picks up Iwo yards. LEAVE MY FRIEND alone . . . Jack Helm is all sel' 'Io defend Ralph Cecere, buf De+roiI"s Riley wan'I's no parl of him. 'I I l HANK SMITH 'fumbled affer he was 'Iaclcled in Ihe Iirsl' quarier by Texas quarferback Bunny Andrews. Bu+ Villanova recovered. I Basketball N AGGREGATION lhal ballled inexperi- ence and lhe loss ol four slarlrers from lhe pasl season and slill came lhrough wilrh a re- markable 20-ll record-This is lhe nulshell ac- counl ol Villanova's I953-'54 baslcelball club. For here was a leam lhal played some ol lhe lop-llighl compelilion in lhe counlry, and man- aged, mainly lhrough lhe ellorls ol ils apparenl' leamworlc and lhe pin-poinl liring ol lhe na- Jrion's second highesl scorer, Bob Schafer, lo record only lwo less wins lhan did a '52-'53 oullil sparlced by lour seniors and The inimilaloie Larry l-lennessy. lhere's no doubl aboul il - Coach Al Sever- ance and his sludenls did an exlrremely com- mendable iob, lhrough Jrhe closing nine-game winning slrealc, and, yes, even lhrough lhal lor- luous six-game losing skein lhal was broughlr on by over-scheduling and conseculive lills wilh lhe likes ol N. C. Slrale, Daylon, Siena, Selron l-lall and Duquesne. This year's leam worked logelher conslanlly-in Jrhal lhrobbing overlime win over Rio Grande and Bevo Francis, in lhe surprise win I againsl a lavored Fordham group lhal laler wenl' on lo lhe NCAA guarlerlinals, in lhose so very encouraging viclories over Selon l-lall in lhe sec- DESPI-I-E ,the fad, ,thu has badly oumum- Ond meeilng Prlnceloni Sl- BOn5VenlUre- bered John Cirino cufs underneafh lo lay up a lwo poinler. WILDCAT CAPTAIN Jack Devine drives up The middle lo score againsl Selon Hall al +he Paleslra. Caplain Jaclr Devine was his usual noncha- lanlly elleclive sell lhroughoulg he was a prime assel under lhe boards and lound lime lo com- pile a inexpandable I5-poinl average. l-lis floor- play was consislenl and heady: his leadership JIM SMITH comes down wilh a rebound in l'l1e Cals upsel' viclory over Fordham Universily. 0 S IYI , 'Xe ' 33,18 2 ' ' 5 mi ef .uf 8 , im P i 1 ibm- ohn Devine was a FIVE PIRATES were a liH'le 'loo much for Marly Milligan and he couldn'+ gel his sho+ away. 5"""u A CDLORFUL YGUNG TEAM THE 'CATS made il' 58 sfraighl in +he Field House wi+h 'rhis win over S+. Peiers. Cirino drives by Jalcubowslu 'ro score. and courl calmness a decided iaclor all season long. l-le was a caplain in ils mosl inlrinsic sense. And Then lhere were +he sophomores-Larry Tierney, Jim Smilh, John Cirino, Marry Milligan, all of whom proved indispensible for obvious reasons. Tierney, a New Yorlcer, was perhaps lhe +eam's linesl defensive cog. l-lis worlc was sleady, his husfle oulslanding, his slyle so in lceeping wilh his all-our alliiude Jrhal made him one of lhe besl floor men in The area and an occasional double- iigure scorer. And Smilh-his name is synonymous wilh Jrhe nine-game winning balch. l-laving earlier led The Freshmen leam lhrough ll win, "SmiHie" made his lump 'ro The varsily al lhe advenl of lhe second Jrerm and proceeded 'ro pull his club from lhe six-game doldrums wilh his I3 poinl average, his fighl and drive, his lapping and rebounding, all ol which were soiobviously a lremendous boon lo lhe Jream's morale and eveniually, lhe +eam's record. BOB SCHAFER, one o'F +he four players in hislory 'ro score over 800 poinfs in one season, adds 'lwo 'lo his +o+al wi+h a sfraighf-in layup. HIGH-SCORING Bob Schafer eludes Si Green and gefs o'FF his shol' during The Palesfra confesf in which Duquesne beaf Villanova for The second Time This season. Tall, valuable under The boards and a sTeady scoring facTor was John Cirino. l-lere was a boy who, Throughouf The year, hauled in sTray shoTs aT random and conTribuTed needed heighf To The VU machine. And, like Tierney and Milli- gan, Cirino had had only four games of even freshman experience. l-le wasn'T flashy, granfed, buT he was consisfenf and hard-working . . . and Thaf was his forfe. Milligan, relegafed To a Top reserve role on SmiTh's arrival, was a pleasanf surprise during The firsT half. l-le hiT occasionally from The oufside and played headily on defense and in The weave. l-le figures prominenfly in The fufure, as a scorer and floor man. And Then There was Tom Foley, a big reserve man who, Through an invaluable performance againsf Rio Grande, was named DisTricT Player of The weelc early in The season. l-le was also oufsfanding in The Fordham win in a defensive role. Frank Power, a very promisingesophomore, Bill Sigalove, Bill Burlce were The ofher reservisTs. Of course, when The subiecf is Villanova bas- lceTball in '53-'54, The subiecf musT also be Bob Schafer. Only a junior, Schafer finished second in nafion scoring, fifTh in naTional per-game av- erage, brolce a Palesfra record wiTh 46 poinfs, and all season long was amazing in his shooTing. l-le was lauded lefT and righf by rival coaches as "besT seT shof in The naTion," and "besT shoT in The counTry." l-le sfill has anoTher year To gain more of a monopoly on VU records, and he al- ready holds counfless ones. l-le was Throughouf The season The scoring nucleus of The club, ended up The year wiTh a 27 poinT average. JIM SMITH, moving To his righ'l', is aboul To pul' up a whirling underhand shof. The Team's 'line play againsl Bald- win-Wallace was overshadowed by Bob Schafer's brillianf 46 poinl' performance. ACTION al' 'lhe Paleslra. John Cirino removes some of lhe opposilion while Bob Schafer scrambles for a loose ball during ihe second quarfer of fhe season's flrsl clash wilh lhe Pirales. 5 Bob Schafer John Cirino Jim Smlfh Frank Power Dick Burlce Bill Sigalove THE i953-54 WILDCATS . . . Kneeling, lefl +o righ+: Mar+y Milligan, Jim Smifh, Bob Schafer, Larry Tierney, Frank Power. Sland- ing, lefl lo righ+: Trainer Jake Nevin, Manager Bob Koppen- haver, John Cirino, Dick Burke, Capfain Jack Devine, Bill Sigalove, Tom Foley, Manager John Dalfon, and Coach Al Severance. Marly Milligan Larry Tierney Tom Foley IMPRESSIVE 20-ll M RK 4 A gi q1,'L.'LANUI5y WATCH 'EM G0 EXT YEAR WHILE JACK DEVINE grabs 'The ball, John Cirmo Tries fo fend oFf Harry Brooks wilh a well placed elbow. SCOOTING BETWEEN +wo Pirales, Jack Devine scoops up a loose ball during +he Wildcals losing eFFor+ a+ fhe Palesfra. FRESHMAN TEAM . . . Back row, lefl' fo right Coach Male McDonnell, Jim Arnolf, Buck Haley, Lew SchuI+z, Jim Fahey, Dave Warsan, Mike Denci, Jack Weisman, CliFF Farren, Doc Newman. Fronl' row, leff +o righ+: Bill Dunlap, Bob Powers, Sonny Dicarlo, Maurie O'Sullivan, Don Nal+y, Joe Boyle, Dave Van Oslen, Al Griffifh. aff' MONUMENT DAY, Coach Arl Mahan was honored by his players lor his oulslanding service lo baseball. He was presenled wilh a lraveling bag in lhe shape ol second base. The award was given by player-owner Jim While. BASEBALL SURPRISING pilching perlormance, sev- eral sparlqling long-ball displays by vel- erans, and a l2-5 wind-up aller a poor slarl highlighled Villanova's i953 baseball season. Coach Arl lvlahan's aggregalion, combining nicely ollensive power and pilching prowess in lhe season's laler slages. was paced by a group ol sleady lellermen and a lhen sophomore hurler who loolc up lhe void when lormerly reliable Don "l.elly" Sommers had lrouble wilh his conlrolg namely, one Diclc Scoll, a lellhander who sel iusl aboul every opponenl on his ear and linished lhe year wilh a 6-O record. Meanwhile, oullielder Bill ivlcGarry, second- baseman Bob lvlaurer and shorlslop Ralph Ce- cere were hilling lhe long ball consislenlly enough lo pull lhe club oul ol a case ol early- season doldrums. lvlcGarry, who also lound lime lo show oll guile a bil ol rille-armed lell-lielding, almosl carried lhe leam ollensively lor lhe lirsl lew games, collecling lhree hils on lhe average lor lhe opening lrio ol engagemenls, Maurer, who aller gradualion played lor a lime in lhe Class B Piedmonl League, proved a delensive demon al second and managed lo bal his way lo lhe club's BA leadership, hilling over .400 mosl ol lhe year. Cecere, lhe obiecl ol several major league PLENTY OF ACTION SACRIFICE fails. Jack Pefers is 'forced af fhird. JACK HELM clumps one fo righl' againsf Delaware. xxx , scoufs' affecfions, came fhrough wifh fhe long hif all season long, including a performance againsf Penn fhaf feafured fwo booming shofs over fhe leff-field fence on fhe Wildcaf diamond. His play in fhe shorf field was more fhan ade- guafe, as was fhaf of Jack l-lelm af firsf base. l-lelm, who chipped in wifh a long home run againsf Penn also, assumed an effecfive clufch- hiffing role and supplied a good bif of fhe club's overall offensive power. Now graduafed, Ken Lowe was perhaps fhe Wildcafs' sfeadying facfor behind fhe maslc, in DICK SHANNON crosses firsf affer an in field hif againsf Pennsylvania. spife of an occasional sore arm. Defensively, he was a bulwarlc, alfhough his hiffing was shorf of specfacular. Third base dufies were divided be- fween l952's sfand-ouf Dick Shannon and Don Moucheffi, bofh of whom were adeguafe as glove men and fairly good hiffers. Chuck Mc- Guclcin, in cenferfield, was his usual sfellar self as a fly chaser, and,' alfhough he was less suc- cessful af fhe plafe fhan fhe previous season, sfill mainfained fhe sficlc falenf fhaf has him pegged as a big-league prospecf. BLUE-WHITE DAY . . . Charlie McGucl:in goes from iirsi' fo +hird on a righffield single by Ralph Cecere as fhe Loyola Third baseman scrambles for 'lhe wide fhrow. Mc- Guckin scored on 'lhe nexl' play. KEN LOWE .Qi A BOB MAURER asp AMW ww .Q 01 ru,.xl,rg""R 'XTX augur" , N-wmv is ,y,,.,a., Whwwa , xqvg ' '1 Vw X r , My A: Q L , V ,ww -nu QM wa A-'A 2 'Q w ix' QNNQ ,Qi , F ,,: - ,, r"fm,y if ,bf .' X s- nfl 1 H f - ' P4 . veggie ff P -i W. H' il' J' 5,J,,yf!Tvg3,l'.?ffg?Eif'ack' ..Mil'nZ,!.gf:vZ1-5,.5f,i,f-JF' ,, " 17? JL f eiff-4Z?i?5is fi "?'kF'ff3 3 5' 1 5 ,Sis A -a1,gfs'A+,,4N?i'3E'f J's-'lf' A A J' ' sf, W , W. ' X -' X A 'frgizw-i,4.rig-pf,ng,i,' :fu .a'f'j A' -, 9 ' Q .. f , vw re m,w4 ,w.. 4 3 J, , wig Tm my A .Y ,fx vefgfwa 1 ' ff. f 7 Q if 3 ' 'X' 132' L ' x . -M m swf 2,2 J'2.glM 2, -1 in-lt. 'ir V 'Yak It mwfva-1 r ,fggrk-.V an fx Z 'wiv ' gk. R 1 Va ,wwzf l .Ma , 'JM w wi 1 'An 'V '9'?+"' Q W , 1 'P ,N ,wgrafw RALPH CECERE 'QT' ,fx W yi. fr, 'man if ff. 'n 1 I I I I W! ,.,: J-,iz :,. . .5 ' I g 1 ,, an VlLLANOVA'S genial and popular A+l'1le+ic-Secrelary Bill Ryan quiclrly became a friend of llae enlire sfudenl body because of 'rl1e energy and spiril +l1a+ he devoled fo his job. . , we if A W, ww-w'i A - 4 I M L1 . - 5 . Mig QV! ,K 1wW'f-8 'Nr W "N M' . -1 ,rf , ew..-f,,yw W'-wx' C . 1 - r 1 r .ar .. wr" v rf' 42: i ff' , ,f -WT pil-fy 'j'1.- , .e-wi, f' X gvhmz, 3 v, Xy.,N , .. hwfw I 4 .ff wwe' fa ww-if A 'lv - ww fwzw W ' c .2 , ,-gp, W . 3, "gi Q, -.rg :H " sr' mg" -A . 5. QL, qi ,Q Jiffy M .- .. 3' DICK SCOTT JACK HELM BOB RICCIANI , 1- V , .,, ,.. , I V W .. ,, he fu p , p -fr or-an we N. . ,, 4. , . fd 7 M ,- ,A Y .,,..v.e,wf . "- sr .sw . ,, Egger.--K. -' mjxfeyf. ' ,, ' , .+I A . - Hia 35 -2 Ar M '+G '16- H , as A ,W .X L. . A - - if. H Mg Q 5356 -1 wif , M W 2.1. - an -ev - 4, M 5, as .,-, fury- X QQ, , Q BEFORE a paying crowd of +en Hwo servicemenl, Ken Lowe cufs a+ and misses a high hard one. The 'Final re- sulf was beffer as 'rhe Cafs whipped Penn's squad on 'rwo Cecere homers. 5,1 u-Aww wow, if HQ. " ' F if L k , I . .... ,... . . fG'JI', K H 4 z ' , , k,,V nf . ,RM I f is M Q wif . 1 , V A ' Q- ,f'F,ff'W'i" . fi ' ' H f gjsm- U V 5,321 f-gfsf'fQ,,,,g- Hrs-Q, 4. , is I ' ' , 5 1 f f..k k , s -5 ff- 5, ,AYP ,...e,? ,MPS . , sh A I . V I ' -V Q-iirffw, H , : mf 5.4.1, Q, -...yy we-.,0Z.:sg: fm-if-,. . - Jw .4 , ' W f W ': f ., --7 4. KV sf up fy MN. r:,QgM,.!,V.,,-3f.,,34 ,. fm. Mui , , 5. K 5 - 'K 'six' '- zd'1g1vK-1Q"'f-,,i',-'K 'vhik Q . ,ui i'f'H ' .,,.f 'W L, ,i 1,33 ,u , ,L - eu -W. 'gfiemwe-.' A 4. A . V , ,i ,.. we b f 1fw"1f'S -ffiwfaa 1--fgfJ!i7'1-V -A -' f 'ff i"'f?"f xr - . - . , w W. 4. fgc-'.G'Ln.:u:'- , - ... A 'A I . ' 'K wg as-"si Q , Q L' ' iwsfgtfmigiifiyvgw " vi' , v:'f""H W is v '.3fL'4'.g.+ as K- ap4..'e:-mgir new wyw,-fwf' 0545, . .nf-W',rfr ,.. -if ,Q awww- Wm ,--,f.,f,:U:w:y.,k. U4 ii i -img K , we f 2,1 I , . ,Q M- A ., K A :QT DON SOMMERS ?'M:"i-M N vvks"ff3",Wyf-',. ffwfzvmw ini' F .flf-wg,,YH, K ,- iiifii-fl?" J- -fmffw QL T2 .. 'Q t-'51 if I-,L,i"4" Lf "' ' fy' ' ' . Um, ff f, New f '.-L X 'V fu 'ay My -1 V A , XQNWNQ.-Zsfvf' 0 " Q 'swim 'Q - Y ' -1 2 1-fav.: ,I ' - A ,is N -4 Xi . . , .A ,h -.1-main , V, WN W 4 .R Q A 'lv -ff, A. :L ,fy .H ,f ..1 W, ' 'f"'lM.u..f' f . ro mmamm nn. VILLANOVA RIGHT FIELDER Jack Peiers slides in'l'o 'Phird againsf Universi+y of Delaware affer advancing from second 'lo fhird on a long fly. by Dick ScoH,+o cen- fer field in +l1ird inning. Delaware's ihird sack sacker wai'l's for The relay fhrow as Pefers hifs fhe clir'l'. CHARLIE McGUCKIN BILL McGARRY 1 ' W J 2 kip ff I .QE ,S , ---- . , " - ' J r - , f4"'w'3'4 , 7 ' ww-gk-ff. 51 gg. K . tt '51 F' L' iff ,'lf':i." fa A ' , ku Q. Y , ' Snag-,,, 0- 354? 1 -N VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM Row I J Whnfe, R Euchorn, J Bealer, R. Shannon, W. McGarry Row 2 A Kllker fmanager, C McGuckun, R Cecere, D. Sommers, R. Maurer, R Wldenman, D Mouchefh J Llbbon manager Row 3: K. Lowe, R. ScoH, J Helm, W Pearson, R Schnorbus, J Pefers, R Rncclanu, Coach Arf Mahan. m,:m.Y,A . , 'iikfli-Z "?!:.z:- K .E I J, ' "El -' ' 11:1 I MJF Q igiiifdgsk, wg . DICK SHANNON 4 fig! '4 -Sami 4'-My '-if in BILL PEARSON JACK PETERS TRACK IN A THRILLING sTreTch duel, Charley Jenkins cops The 600-yard run aT The KnighTs of Columbus games in The BosTon Garden. FRED DWYER ends his amazing Villanova Track career on Blue- WhiTe Day of May, I953, seTTing a new sTaclium mile record of 4:l2.7. II.LANOVA'S INDOOR TRACK season was highlrghTed wiTh record-breaking perTormances by an ouTsTanding Treshman Team, The consisTency oT middle-disTance sTar Joe Gaicfney, and The crediTable showing oT The mile relay Team. Freshman Mike AgosTini opened The season by esTablishing a new meeT record Tor The 50-yard dash aT The BosTon K. OT C. Games. Charlie Jenkins shared The spoTlighT wiTh his selecTion as The ouTsTanding performer oT The meeT. AgosTini laTer eclipsed The world indoor mark Tor IOO yards by negoTiaTing The cenTury in O:9.6 seconds A Treshman mile relay combinaTion oT Eugene lv1aliTT, AI PeTer- son, John Connolly, and Jenkins compleTed an undeTeaTed season. The addiTion oT Alex Breckinridge resulTed in a record-smashing Triumph Tor The disTance medley relay aT The l.C.4A. champion- ships. Villanova's varsiTy mile relay guarTeT experienced a suc- cessful campaign. An alTernaTing squad oT Jim Moran, Ray Wheiler, AI Liggorelli, Warren l-leiTman, Bill Reilly and Joe Galif- ney gained The honors Tor The WildcaTs. THE BOSTON GARDEN is again The scene as Mike AgosTini ouTclasses some of The Top sprinfers in The land including Andy Sfanfield and Lindy Remigino. A BANNER YEAR O THE BOARDS THE l953-54 EDITION. One of fhe finesf in years. Sfanding: J. Tuppeny, Asst Coach: R. Wheiler, R. Burgess, C. Jenkins, D. Bragg, W. Rock, G. Brown, Head Coach Jim Ellio'H. Kneeling: G. Connelly, W. Heifman, A. Pelersen, W. Reilly, J. Gaffney, A. Liggorelli, J. Holup. DON BRAGG, 'Freshman sfandoul, is up and over lhe bar in fhe Inquirer Games. The lad appears deslined for greal' Things. , , as LA, .s Y . SETTING ONE RECORD and equalling anofher in his firsf season on 'rhe indoor boards, Mike Agosfini has already given nolice of his fufure greafness. MIKE AGOSTINI, 'lhe freshman sprinf sensaiion, is nipped in a blankei' finish. The aclion 'look place in 'rhe semi-finals of fhe ln- quirer 50-yard dash. In case you can'+ fell, Lindy Remigino af fhe righf, emerged +he vicfor. CHARLEY JENKINS, Gene Con- nelly, Al Pefersen, and Gene Malilif. These speedy freshmen crea+ed qui+e a s+ir in Easiern 'lraclz circles 'lhis pas? season lay fopping fhe limes se+ by many varsify foursomes. gsm' "HUSTLE HOME, BCYS, fhe soup's on!" Aciually i+'s fhe s+ar+ of +he 600-yard run ai' +he ln- quirer meer. Gaffney didn'+ quife make il' in +his one and Reggie Pearman, on +he inside here, came oul on lop. ILLANOVNS FIRST VENTURE inTo compeTiTive swimming circles in over a decade resulTed in a 2 won and 9 losT record Tor Ed Geisz's I953-'54 proTeges, buT more imporTanT were The inTangibles displayed by This year's pioneering ouTTiT-enThusiasm and TalenT poTenTial and spiriT ThaT promise a brighT TuTure Tor VU naTaTors. The record-including The pair oT wins over PMC and ST. PeTer's-means liTTle when analyzing The swimming Team. For iT was The TirsT To represenT This insTiTuTion since I942 and, aTTer all, building a good Tanlc squad Talces Time-a loT oT iT, maTerial-a loT oT iT, and repuTaTion- which can only be seT up Through many successTul seasons. BuT The TuTure is very brighT, due To The poTenTial displayed This year, and The Treshman maTerial ThaT was so ouTsTand- ing in The DisTricT Championships in mid-March. CapTain Bill Quinn, Tom Donahue, PaT Kean, Jim Bor- den, Ben Addiego, Paul Donahue, Bob GersTung and all The varsiTy members were consisTenT and some, aT Times, really ouTsTanding especially Quinn and The Tormer Dona- hue. The Trosh TalenT lisT was headed by Co-CapTains Don Devlin and Don Couig, who Turned in sTellar perTormances in The DisTricT meeT. QTher TirsT-year prospecTs include Bob DuTTy, Lee Carson, George Allen, Ray Clarlce and John Klinges. SWIMMI G if k T PAT KEAN and Tom Donahue, of Villanova, are poised To Take off in The I00-yard sprinT againsT Pennsylvania. CAPTAIN BILL QUINN, slrolxing hard in his specially 'lhe 440. He won, confribufing lo Villanova's viclory over Pennsylvania Milifary College. FRESHMAN SENSATION Don Covig 'hr 46' 'fr 49' gag? BEN ADDIEGO levels off in mid-air, displaying some of 'lhe 'form 'lhaf enabled him lo score heavily in compelilion. COACH ED GEISZ checks Bill Quinn's lime. Coach Geisz was lhe prime faclor in lhe renewal of infer- collegiale swimming compelilion al Villanova. THEY'RE OFF in fhe 220! Once again Caplain Bill Quinn lihird from boffoml, a consislenl' scorer, was viclorious in his specially. Bob Gersfung GOLF THE I953 GOLF TEAM . . . Mike Burke, Al Hunf, Roger Crallman, Charlie Bohmerl, Bill Alberlus, Jake McDermoH', Frank Slone, Lou Blanchef. Bill Alberfus THE RECORD B R E Gene Filipslei Eirsl' Villanovan 'lo com- pefe in Two posl' season games. Mosl' valuable player in lhe Senior Bowl. KERS 44 AT THE RIGHT, Filipski, runs inlerference during pre-game prac+ice for +I-ue Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala. Gene was voled The ouislanding player of ihe game, 'rhe 'lirsf Villanova player lo be so honored. yard mark. onds. Tb Mike Agostini Breaks world's I00-yard indoor record: +ies 60 FRESHMAN sprinler Mike Agoslini sels an in- door record a'r The Wash- ingfon Sfar games by Traveling I00 yards in nine and six-'renihs sec- AFTER INTERCEPTING a Wesi pass, Gene Filipski Iaferals +o LaH'ner during lhe firsl' quarler of 'rhe Shrine Easf-Wesl game. Bob Schafer 46 poinfs againsl' Baldwin-Wallace sels Paleslra scoring record. BOB SCHAFER scored 46 poinfs againsi' Baldwin-Wallace, breaking 'lhe record of 45 sei by Larry Hennessey a year ago againsl Bosfon College. AT THE BALTIMORE A.A. games, Agos'I'ini 'riecl ihe record for 'lhe 60-yard dash, six and one-+en+hs second. wee? I O POU D FOOTBALL - .M i .......... LARRY FENNESSEY UST moves for Three yards againsf The Navy forward wall. Two Midshipmen combine To make The sTop as LeTTy Spencer i43l and John Hall look on. HE I5O's under Tom Green didn'T win a game This season. buT The record doesn'T nearly Tell The sTory. WiTh any sorT oT luck aT all The Wild KiTTens could have Tin- ished wiTh a 2-2 record. ln The opener againsT Penn The KiTTens apparenTly had The ball game buT a hearTbreal4ing Turn oT evenTs gave The Red and Blue a 27-25 vic- Tory in The lasT six seconds. The lviainliners ouTplayed Cornell Tor almosT The enTire conTesT, buT They seemed To run ouT oT gas in The Tinal sTanza. The Red came on sTrong aT The Tinish and snealced by wiTl'1 a I4-I3 win. The PrinceTon game was snowed ouT. and Then in The nexT Two ouTings Villanova was snowed under. RuTgers handed The Blue and WhiTe deTeaT number Three, 26-O. And in The Tinal game Navy romped To a 57-6 win. ,,.,,,,-.,.--,.,,,...u-A-ff BILL PEARSON fires a pass in The Third quarTer againsi' Navy. Larry Fennessey lon groundl cuTs down onrushing end. Roger Kellogg. The Middies were never headed, however, and won easily 57-6. F-I---.........,T,,,..4 H , LEFTY SPENCER is piled up by 'rwo Navy laclclers affer relurning a punf for l0 yards. l50 LB. FOOTBALL TEAM, Row I: Gaffney, Murphy, Spencer, McElroy lco-cap'l'.l Conicelli lco-cap+.l, Sur, Gold, Cieszlco. Row 2: Green lcoachl, Broclxman, Dougherly Lynch, Gorham, Hall, Shelberg, Connor, Killcer lmanagerl. Row 3: Prorolr lassl. coachl Slade, Pearson, Cook, Harley, Begeley, Doherly. Row 4: Campbell, Pallallo, Smiih Davis, Alfon, Fi+zpa+riclc, Horan. . gr I BEARCAT BOB SUR brings down Roger Kellogg. The wingman had iusf caughl a pass. Coming up fasl' is Bill Pearson. J 230 I TRAMURALS OOTBALL The Champion Fedigo-Ramblers KBQET SKB? H1514 I953 INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPS-The Fedigo-Ramblers. Row I: Joe Kenney, Mike Quinn, Dick Naclerio, Dan Paris, Wally Miller, Al Kane, Jim Boyle. Row 2: Ari McCune, Dan Leahy, Dick Shannon, John Irish, Jack Soley, Lorenz Brosnan, Jack Joyce. ACTION EARLY in I'he champion- ship game. Ramblers vs. Alumni Sharmocks. The Fecligan 'I'eam. seen here on defense, foughf hard, and wenf on Io win by one Iouch- down. l-lE BIGGEST TURN-OUT oT Teams in years Tea- Tured Villanova's l953-'54 inTramural loaslceTball season, won in a series oT play-oTT games in mid- March by The AusTin ErTs, who deTeaTed The Lungers 66-36 in The Tinal To grab The TiTle. A game beTween The Treshman cage Team and a club composed oT Top lnTramural players also added a new Tlavor To The season, which saw com- peTiTion beTween almosT lOO Teams. The Treshmen ran away wiTh ThaT conTesT, played aT The Field l-louse in whaT is hoped will be The TirsT oT a new annual Treshman-All-STars series. SOFTB LL SAM GLASSMIRE digs hard as he geTs an infield hiT. The acTion Took place in The Spring on Ausfin Ya ,MV- 6 V XM Field. ON THE MENDEL Diamond, Bob Bishop displays loTs of power as he connecTs solidly. The blow was good for exfra bases. , wa ' , f - is I TRAMUR I. ATHLETIC COUNCIL THE INTRAMURAL Iennis and ping-pong cham- pion, Terry Cooke. STAN STANIONIS, one of 'Ihe Campus KegIers Ie'Is go wi+h his hook, aimed af The I-3 pocket CHESS MEMBERS of +he Chess Club galher around Tom McNichol lleffl, and Terry Dougherlfy, as 'lhe fwo genflemen have a concenfraied baffle of wifs. BGWLI G BOB BISHOP, Lee Rademalcer, Franlc Mogavero, and Slanley Sfanionis are iusi 'four of 'Phe sfudenfs who fake advanfage of lhe excellenl' bowling facili- fies in fhe Field House. THE NEWLY FORMED Chess Club posed for fhis shof iusl' prior 'l'o The opening of fheir December fournamenf. of +he Belle Air were exceeded only by her nalural kindness Nicholas Mazzoni James Lyons John Kelly Richard Kelly Michael Quinn Joseph Alvich Frank Gunfher Edward Reddinglon Ward Welsh Edifor-in-Chief . . . Associale Edilor Sporfs Edifor . . . I Aclivifies Ed ifor THE EDITORIAL BOARD Phofography Edifor . . Copy Edilor ,...... Feaiure Edifor . . . Ari Edifor .,..... Business Manager . Circulalion Manager . BUSINESS STAFF Frank Giorgio COPY STAFF Daniel Paris William Sur Richard Naclerio John Irish Basil Fox James Barker James Raih Richard Winfield Thomas Sheehan ACTIVITIES STAFF George Eberle Peler Liplrol' Russell Clarke ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Having compleied work on 'Ihe I954 Belle Air we wish 'Io express our deepesi appreciaiion and 'lhanks 'Io all 'lhose whose assisfance, aid, and coooperafion made 'lhe year- book possible. To fhe eniire siaff whose Iireless eFforl's and enlhusiaslic spirif makes I'hem primarily worlhy of praise. To Rev. Daniel P. Falvey, O.S.A., and Rev. Roberl M. Sullivan, O.S.A., our moderalors, for 'Iheir invaluable assis- Iance and advice concerning l'he many problems of l'he yearbook. To Mr. William T. Cooke and Mr. Daniel Solari of 'Ihe William T. Cooke Publishing Company, Inc., for 'lheir super- Ialive help and unlimiled cooperalion in every phase of our work. To fhe slalif of Zamsky Sfudios, especialIy'Miss Anne Mc- Carlhy, whose energelic and exceplional efforls on behalf . ................................ Arfhur L. Quinn . . . .James L. Nolin . . . . . . .Harry M. Anger . . . . . .George S. Gorman . . . . .Francis J. Willimann . . . . . .Roberl A. Reber . . . . .Thomas A. Kneslouf . . . .Harold W. Pickell . . . .Roger H. Moriarly . . . .Raymond J. Lovell TYPING STAFF John McLoughlin Roberl Conlon William Rooney Edward Lahovski Francis Kuniz Guy Milne PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Joseph Zalor Sieve Lyons Don Rabenda William Burns Roberl' Schleicher Richard Bellwoar UNIVERSITY STAFF William McCreery Thomas McPhaul Ed Fleicher Harry Widmeier Frank Saul Roberl Ervin SPORTS STAFF Harry Nash John Graziano John McLoughlin and sincere friendliness. Ofher members of Ihe sfaff whose excellenl' work we are so fhankful for are: Miss Louise Crisci, Mr. Carl Wolf, Mr. Joseph Korpalski, Mr. Joseph Durinzi, Mr. Bernie Lamberfi, Mr. Oscar Guenlher, Mr. Roberl Shane, and Mr. Roberl Burns. To Mr. Bill Ryan of Ihe Alhleiic Deparfmenl' of 'lhe Uni- versily, Mr. Gene Ruane of lhe Publicily Deparimeni, Mr. Jules Schick, The Boslon Globe, The Washinglon Evening Slar, and Ihe Philadelphia Evening Bullelin, for lheir render- ing of Iimely aid. To +he Aclminisfrafion, Faculfy, and Sfudenl' Body of lhe Universily for courleous cooperafion which helped make lhe solu+ion of many problems much easier. To all olhers who have assisied us in any way. We appre- ciafe whafever you have done Io help us. The Edilors X1 55 VH! X :Qn V '? 4 X. . WQNZW . Q , 6 4 LL' Z-'Emp 1mQ q- X -ENV Pm Q " i no X sg QMS? KA L I sd U MM-""" ,,:, H W... 0 V Egg: W. 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WAYNE IRON WORKS Compliments Representatives in 42 Cities of 142 North Pembroke Avenue VILLANOVA WAYNE, PENNA. t ATLANTIC STATION Gramlstands - Gyrnstands .k Chain Link Fences for Athletic Fields Telephone: Tennis Courts - Enclosures BRYI1 MSWI' 5-5959 24l This Space Dedicated to Villanova "Immortals" I Have Known: ON THE TRACK: George Guida Freddie Dwyer ON THE GRIDIRON: Ralph Pasquariello Gene Filipski and many others 'A' Time cannot ejface nor memory dim their valiant spirit expressed in sheer poetry of motion and power. Graduates leave but their spirit remains on the campus, heartening the immortals of tomorrow. RUSSELL BAUM "Buy Burke . . . Be Sure" BURKE STEEL CO., INC. Ferrous and N on-F errous Flat Die F orgings to Your Specifications Our Second Century of Service 'A' P. O. Box 5 14 Rochester 2, N. Y. ROBERT ROLLINS Specializing in B L A Z E R S Honored to Serve Villanova University 'lr 8 3 2 Broadway NEW YORK, N. Y. GRamercy 7- 1 8 02 JOHN A. BARTLEY Watch Repairing and jeweler ir BRYN MAWR THEATRE ARCADE i' Good-bye Seniors Hello, Freshmen HENRY D. DAGIT sz SONS Compliments 8 Architects of 588881888 LEHMAN SEWER PIPE 88 co., INC. 1329 Race Street ir PHILADELPHIA, IfA. New York, N. Y.. i n WE GRATEFULLY DEDICATE THIS PAGE TO OUR PARENTS if THE CLASS OF 1954 in the name of all the students of Villanova dedicates U this page to our parents in gratitude for their sacrifices which have made possible our college careers and all our pleasant memories 243 STRAFF ORD BEVERAGE COMPANY Popular Brands of Beverages and Soft Drinks 'A' LANCATER PIKE Stratford, Pa. Phone: Wayne 0735 WALT WHITMAN H O T E L CAMDEN, NEW JERSEY 'A' The Center of Community Activities .... Facilities for Group Meet- ings and Banquets . . . 'k MELVIN GOOD, Gen. Manager DINAH FROST'S Imported and Domestic Yarns Greeting Cards - Knitted Wear 'A' 816 LANCASTER PIKE Bryn Mawr, Pa. Telephone: BRyn Mawr 5-2462 1889 1954 THE BRYN MAWR TRUST COMPANY Ojfers Every Banking and Trust Facility 'k Invites Your Patronage Hi' Our Special Checking Department Offers Banking Facilities to Students at Nominal Cost 'A' Phone: WOodlawn 4-5700 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. WILLIAM H. DOYLE Compliments Incorporated of the , N urserzes and CHEESE BURGER Lwdmbfns COTERIE I BERWYN, PENNA. Fuel Oil Oiiqami goal Sizlrners WM. M. ea e u cl OTS g CO. ' b l u e c 0 a l ' Lumber - Millwork L U M B E R Coke if ir LLANERCH LUMBER AND COAL Delaware River and COMPANY . Hlghland Avenue Upper Darby, Pa. CHESTER, if PENNSYLVANIA JOSEPH W. TRICKETT 85 SONS et 9-2230 SAVE WITH SAFETY Accounts Insured to 810,000.00 OPEN YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT With Pe1msyl1Jania's Largest Federal 'lr FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 86 LOAN ASSOCIATION OF UPPER DARBY 69th and Walnut Streets UPPER DARBY, PENNA. FLanders 2-6340 GRanite 6-8407 245 COMPLIMENTS QUINN at BODEN BOOK MANUFACTURERS RAHWAY NEW JERSEY A.M.D.G. CANNAVO DEMOLITION COMPANY, INC. Building Wreckers 'A' New York City This space is dedicated in thanks to all those who have labored in our behalf behind the scenes to help us through our four years of college education rs L rv Z' f E X Where AIR-CONDITIONED LUXURY invites a longer New York stay At any of these fine New York hotels, there is the temptation to change one's plans and stay over an extra day or two. Through the years, each has acquired its own distinctive personality, yet all are alike in their convenience to the diverse attractions of midtown Manhattan . . . in their devotion to superior standards of service, comfort and cuisine. Together they afford a wide choice of air-conditioned rooms and suites designed for discriminating tastes as well as a selection of ten superb restaurants. 'fmt Mad' Ae it 43 .1 st e Elevialroll' frhfn Eranll Central Terminal fig!" Teletype: NY 1-3-1-94 Qin-jx. .V We Barclay Park Lane N. Lune . 'ei 1 111 East 48111 St. Just off Park Ave. M Park Ave. at 48th St. The Barclay and Park Lane offer a limited number of furnished apartments featuring pantries with refrigeration. Seasonal or annual lease. Under the direction of REALTY HOTELS, Inc., FRANK W. RECAN, President DA VID J. IUARTIN, Vice Prestdent I N Sea Food Every Day 'A' EMERSON ODHAM CO CQMPLIMENTS Sea Food Speczalzsts 'A' OF Reading Terminal Market PHILADELPHIA 7 PA W I I-I L I A M G Compliments o f MCCREERY JOHN s BAR sf GRILLE Lancaster Pike WAYNE, PA Knowing How . is a fifty-fifty combination of ability and experience. WHEN it comes to photography, we're particular about qualityg we fuss with true rendition, we dote on the subjects of lighting, color harmony and rhythm of composition. Maybe that's why we get along so well with particular editors and advisers. AN intelligent service endowed with a spirit of friendly co- operation has been the imporant factor in bringing Zamsky Studios to the position of LEADERSHIP in the school annual field. MAYBE that's why Villanova University turned to us for their photography in 1954. We hope you will turn to us soon and we invite your inquiry. ir ZAMSKY STUDIOS Photographers to Particular Schools for Over Twenty Years 248 l I-IUTCHINSON, RIVINUS 86 CO. 1 N s U R A N C E PHILADELPHIA Public Ledger Building NEW YORK 99 John Street FRANK ESHAM 85 SON, INC. LUMBER AND MILLWORK 'A' Baltimore Pike and Fifth Street FERNWOOD, PA. Phone: MAdison 6-1 600 , , ,Q , feffxaflw EVERYONE -ay. - E 501 BEAM PHILA. DAIRY PRODUCTS CO., INC 890 NO. 47th ST., PHILA. 39, PA. 249 P W are proud to have been selected as the Builder of the new Dormit 3 Building and University Hall. JOSEPH R. FARRELL, INC. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 'A' 4424 MARKET STREET PHILADELPHIA 250 FREEMAN, TORO 86 COMPANY Into Which Has Been Merged uxugust, 19511 HART 86 HALL -if INSURANCE BROKERS if 15 Garrett Avenue ROSEMONT, PA. BRyn Mawr 5-4204 'A' Lafayette Building PHILADELPHIA 6, PA. LOmbard 3 -6 3 1 3 MALVERN PREPARATORY SCHOOL Boarding and Country Day School for Boys A Balanced Curriculum Meets College Requirements Inspiring Influence of Priest-Teachers Small Classes Assure Success Vocational Guidance for All Students Supervised Sports for All Bus Accommodations on Main Line Send for Catalog Conducted by AUGUSTINIAN FATHERS Malvern, Pa. X 251 'Z + u L , W-. 'if When the twilight shadows gather Out upon the Campus green, When the blue and purple night Comes stealing on the scene . . . . . . We shall come to ALMA MA ln our dreams again With a prager for Villanova And a sweet amen. -- -? s. .1. , Q' 1"-, Y 'Y' a. e ,V ',6u'0V3f,s'


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