Villanova University - Belle Air Yearbook (Villanova, PA)

 - Class of 1959

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The T959 Belle Air aTTempTs an obiecTive vievvpoinT, Taking every oppor- TuniTy To express The common siTuaTions and expres- sions vvhich represenT Villanova To Villanovans. LIFE AT VILLANOVA UNDERCLASSES ATHLETICS THE UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES :fd Zami As a refIecTion oT Villanova, The I959 Belle Air could pick no more noble obiecTive Than To be worThy of dedicaTion To ChrisT's Vicar on earTh and spiriTual ruler of The Church, Pope John XXIII. In holding such a posiTion as Papal Nuncio To Paris, he proved ThaT he would be capable of direcTing The Church's ,way in The world. Also by his pieTy he has indicaTed ThaT his primary concern will be wiTh being The Shepherd of The FaiThTul. Filling This TradiTional role, Pope John XXIII will besT guide The prosperiTy of The Church and carry on The heriTage of ST, PeTer. -X1 Tm religion, sports, studies, loud times and quiet times, all have their part in . . . if at 'swf ,X ,qw H: - AQPWN -X ,-XX ,K R wk- .V ,t 1 x ' ' xx,-Z ,f TX A fi- 1 A ff Xxx W X ff xjk f K X XXI' l Af xx ff f 7 X2 E , .V ,f provides the setting .Hal : K1f1'W1k REU Tl W - Pm Lui H3 12125.-LEM KMQ. if 'gf-vPg+ i1i J g JY 'mimi 2 aff: Q, QV- Q "M ?? 11 SY V f N5 1: :L J- ,QQ ' T W5 QW -gg M QJFNHE jQ,qUEEE, Q5 NZIL 'Q 5-T u' N-5? xv 'J 'i 'li-NQ'?V Q!! nj 42 ,gf Q- 11 Ui :f3Ti 2H ON ANY PATH OR WALKWAYtl1e student can look out on the beauty of the Villanova cam- pus. Even Mendel "tl'1oroughtare" has its moments. THE COAT AND TIE RULE stops at the dorm door, where we must inevitably come for some studies. "SOME STUDIES" is inevitably the minimum and we take a break for coffee and conversa- tion. ll! r ON ANY PATH OR WALKWAYtl1e student can look out on the beauty of the Villanova cam- pus. Even Mendel "thoroughfare" has its moments. THE COAT AND TIE RULE stops at the dorm door, where we must inevitably come for some studies. "SOME STUDIES" is inevitably the minimum and we take a break for coftee and conversa- tion. THE 8:20 HIGH HURDLE RACE sTarTs The day. DAYHOPS HAVE NO DORNIS. They Caich Their naps elsewhere. IT WAS A SUNNY afternoon, They strove vaIianTIy, The forces were equal . . . and Then The rope broke. its PE PLE RESIDENT Times a day and never a chow I'1aII iackpot yet. NUMBERS RACKET. Forced to play Three ' bring it to life U SEE SPOT. See spot sleep. Freshmen practice grammar en masse. TWO ON THE AISLE PLEASE. Profs savor a coHa1ion. :,-.- .I ,, i 1 ,T rrrr s,,.. 4 I A Lv TT . .,.. 11, . T -Q' ,ff v w M "' 5- fl ' 'Q 1 . 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Onlookers humorously anticipate the "knee crossing bit." THE MUSICIANS ARE REVOLTING. A guerilla band ot musicians revolt against the quietness of the evening. l 'EO' ei 6 Sa' in 4. each of us GIVES SCMETHI E FROM THE EARLIEST day hop to the latest resident, the Pie Shop gives a physical location to the "Unitas" of Villanova. 22 LIGHT, REGULAR, AND HEAVY shed Their 'five o'clock shadows for eight o'clock dates. and each takes much away t A K.. STEAM FOR THE TEAM was let off at the pre-Army rally, but student pressure was up again by Saturday. ". . . Furthermore, scanty attire or sunbathing wiII not be tolerated except within the confines ot the stadium." Cot. page 33 Students' I-Iandbookj. AND IF ELECTED I promise to do my best to keep my promises. ii -L f" ,-W E Z . . , I..-is 3' -? f 'efITe- 'T -ii ' .I -'fb-. -bl is- 47- 1 ,, 'Us 4 ,Ag-, q ' 'KLQ IT --uf ' X HT 53, Fl ff' 7. :Gb 'K iff' ,.4. -.L. 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Norbert Whitley, O.S.A., gives his . blessing to the student body at Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament which was offered at the end of every retreat day. A FAMlLY THAT PRAYS TOGETHER stays together. Mothers' Day began as all important activities at Villanova, with a prayer. Mothers, sons and daughters prayed the Mass as a fitting be- ginning for Junior Week. t I if 1 P 5 5' 2-1 y .. 1,1 yfl' ll ' KYRIE ELEISON . . .The Villanova Singers lend a liturgical atmosphere to Mass in the Held house and many other of ViIIanova's religious services. FATHER KEMME distributes Communion at the Junior-Senior retreat. virtue in action to the students. IT SAYS HERE that you're scheduled to serve the 6:45 Mass Father Whitley hands out assignments. FATHER SHERMAN brought practicality to the retreat sermons, showing until 1963! under U G U I IA guidance SOULS AT REST give varying degrees ot attention to retreat sermons. THE FRIENDLY Father Farrell is Assistant Chaplain as well as Moderator ot Belle Masque. MRS. PAUL, the Chaplain's secretary, spends much time going through folded, spindled and mutilated retreat cards. x F CHRIST'S SUFFERING and deaTh are encom- passing Tactors in The seminarian's life. The mosaic above The altar is a reminder of The way of The Cross which These men have chosen. THE SUM OF The seminarians are gaThered aT The shrine ouTside of ST. Mary's Hall. A beT- Ter and happier group of young men would be hard To find. the THE SEMlNARlAN'S DAY is devoTed in a large measure To prayer, enabling each man To con- Template The Tasks and rewards of his life. SEMINARIANS embod the ALIGLI TIN AN T . 1 ' i A N ideals 1 . -J .gi Q- --V,.,.+ , X . LY. ' , . 1. c 1 ,I ', " 57 ,K Y, ,, Mi j' l , ,f U,-. f f..R H , J ' -:fi----J-' .. J- ' THQ! ' :Q sf, fx -.... -1j'!1.Ai X ,. X .vw . .. I I- .w xl-Tw THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN. Artistic abil- ity seems to be no prerequisite for our ener- getic seminarians. ONE OF THE TALLER seminarians took this pic- ture of the local NIT-Noon interim Tourney. INTROIBO AD ALTARE DEl. Morning Mass in the sem inary chapel enables the young seminarian to re-dedi cate himself to God. The Augustine Scholasticate, located in St. Mary's l-Iall, is an integral part of the Villanova campusQ The seminarians come to Villanova after one year's train- ing in the Novitiate, to spend an additional four years in philosophical training. These young men are a dynamic motivating power, though they do not take direct part in many of our activities. The intense, strict schedule of prayer and studying, which they daily follow is designed to prepare them for their future work as administrators and professors at Villanova. tr' , 1 Y ' 1 , ,rwlxrj , A Q si . I si J 5' Y its 7 A 4 J, 4 'ff' 4 A VlSlT FROM HOME. 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Boyle, must try to meet the needs ot faculty and student alike in harmonizing the curricula ot Villanova. REV. JOHN J. CURRAN, O.S.A., smiles even when he has no check in his hands. He is vice-president of Financial AFfairs. fimulu HAVING BECOME well acquainted with the students Through his previous position as chaplain, Rev. Joseph W. Kemme is a well informed and well liked vice- president of Student Affairs. POSSIBLY the administrator closest to the students, Chaplain Rev. Norbert W. Whitely has gained the con- fidence and admiration of the student body. LIBRARIAN DEAN OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES Rev. Dante L. Girolaml, O.S.A., di- rects student organizations so that they fulfill their purposes and over- come Their youthful indiscretions. He also moderates the Student Council. DEAN OF MEN Rev. George J. McLaughlin, O.S.A., keeping in mind the real obiectives of Villanova, must regulate school policies to best insure that the prod- uct will be educated Catholic gentle- men. DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS Rev. John A. Klekotka, O.S.A., se- lects the men who are to become students at Villanova. He is re- sponsible to a large degree for the quality and spirit of the school, and all freshmen naturally bring their initial matriculation problems to his ofhce. and DIRECTIQ Rev. Daniel P. Falvey, O.S.A., cli- rects the library in its course toward giving the students the best possible selection of books for their courses and for their leisure. He is also the moderator of the Belle Air. DEAN OF WOMEN Miss M. Dorothy Boyle is responsible for the non-academic activities of the women students. A nurse her- self, she is qualified for this position not only as a nurse, but as an ads visor aware of the problems peculiar to women. Top Row: ADAMS, Raymond F., M.E,E., Associate Pro- fessor, Electrical Engineering. AMELOTTI, Emil, M.S., Professor, Mathematics. ALAPATT, George K., Ph.D., Instructor, Political Science. AUTH, George H., M.M.E., Professor, Mechanical Engineering. Middle Row: AVIL, Richard D., B.S. in E.E., Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering. BALL, William B., J.D., Professor, Law. BARNHURST, William J., M.S., Assistant Professor, Physical Science, Chemistry. BARTLEY, Joseph C., O.S.A. Ph.D., Dean of Commerce and Finance, Professor, Eco- nomics, Bottom Row: BARTOSIC, Florian, B.C.L., Ll.,M., Associate Professor, Law. BEDARD, Bernard J., M.A., Assistant Professor, English. BEIDUK, Felix M., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Physical Science, Physics. BELLAS, Ralph A., M.A., Instructor, English. INCREASE AND MULTIPLY is not taken lightly by Mr. Klein. Here he has managed to get his tive children dressed, together, and still. BERNARDIN, Charles W., Ph.D., As- sociate Professor, English. BIEDER- MAN, Karl J., M.S., Assistant Pro- fessor, Mathematics. BLYN, George, M.A,, Assistant Professor, Economics, BONNIWELL, Bernard L., M.A., As- sistant Professor, Psychology. BOROWIK, Albert, Ph.D., Professor, Metallurgy. BOYLE, Francis X., O.S.A., M.A., Professor, Economics. BRAUN, Anne E., R.N., M.A., ln- structor, Nursing Education. BROOKS, Hugh E., M.A., Assistant Professor, Sociology. BRUDERLE, Charles P., M.A., Associ- ate Professor, History. BUFORD, Al- bert H., Ph.D., Associate Professor, English. BURGE, John L., Cmdr., USN, M.A., Associate Professor, Naval Science. BURGESS, Frederick M., M.B.A., Associate Professor, Market- ing. BURNS, Joseph J., O.S.A., M.A., As- sociate Professor, Education. BURNS, Raymond S., M.A., Instructor, Eng- lish. BYRNE, Conal J., M.B.A., As- sociate Professor, Finance. CHARL- TON, William H., M.B.A., Assistant Professor, Marketing. W 'N-V, V-get 6' ACULTY THE THERMOS WAITS for Mr. Hopkins as he finishes a written report before lunch. Mr. Wilkinson searches for redeeming features in a student's composition. J sets student standards FIRTH OF ALL. Mr. Firth tactfully points out the difterences between mechanical drawing and what the student has produced. CHORBA, George J., M.B.A., Asso- ciate Professor, Accounting. CLAY Alvin A., M.B.A., Assistant Profes- sor, Accounting. CLOTHIER, John B. B.S. in E.E., Associate Professor Electrical Engineering. CLEARY James J., M.A., Instructor, English. r 1 1 I COGHLAN, Francis A., M.A., Instruc- tor, History. COHEN, Samuel P., M.A., Instructor, Physical Science, Physics. COMLY, Samuel P., B.S., Instructor, Electrical Engineering. CONNOLLY, Catherine O., B.S. in Nursing, Instructor, Nursing Educa- tion. CRESSMAN, George R., Ph.D., Pro- fessor, Education. CUMMINGS, Ray- mond L., M.A., Assistant Professor, History. CUSHING, Henry B., M.A., Assistant Professor, English. DAL- COURT, Gerard J., M.S., Instructor, Philosophy. DALEY, John J., O.S.A., M.A., Asso- ciate Professor, Modern Languages. DANNACHER, William H., M.A., Assistant Professor, Mathematics. DECARO, Thomas F., M.S., Assistant Professor, Biology. DELACOUR, John J., Assistant Professor, Accounting. 755 giving knowledge to be carried I'LL TAKE THE FUNNIES. Mr, Murray Cleftj and Mr. Harris seem ready to split up some humorous reading material. 21 1 DEWlT, Gerard A., M.A., Instructor, Psychology. oiviNcENzo, vita J., M.A., Associate Professor, Modern Languages. DONNELLY, James B., M.S., Instructor, Mechanical Engineer- ing. DOUGHERTY, Patrick J., M.A., Professor, Finance. DOYNE, Thomas H., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Physical Science, Chem- istry. DRISCOLL, William G., M.S., Professor, Physical Science, Physics. DRURY, Martin J., B.S., Assistant Professor, Mathematics. DUNNE, John R., O.S.A., M.A., Associate Pro- fessor, History. DUPREY, Richard A., M.A., Instruc- tor, Drama and Theatre. EGEE, Ecl- win W., Teaching Assistant, Mechan- ical Engineering. ELTZ, Rev. Louis A., AB., J.C.D., instructor, Religion. FARRELL, William E., O.S.A., B.C.E., instructor, Civil Engineering. FEIGENBERG, Myrtle S., A.B., ln- structor, Nursing Education. FISCHER, Jerome J., M.A., Associate Professor, English. FITTABILE, Leo E., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, English. FRAYNE, Anthony J., M.A., Associate Profes- sor, Speech. FRESCOLN, Wilson L., M.A., Associ- ate Professor, Modern Languages. GABRIEL, Edwin Z., M.S. in E.E., As- sistant Professor, Electrical Engineer- ing. GALLAGHER, Donald A., Ph.D., Professor, Philosophy. GALLEN, John J., M.S. in C.E., Professor, Civil En- gineering. GIALDINI, Gino, O.S.A., S.T.D., As- sistant Professor, Italian. GIANNA- MORE, Ronald J., B.S. in E.E., In- structor, Electrical Engineering. GIL- LAN, Martin J., Jr., M.S., Professor, Electrical Engineering. GILLAN, Mar- tin J., lll, Lt., USN, A.B., Assistant Professor, Naval Science. GILLIGAN, Thomas F., O.S.A., LL.D., Professor, Modern Languages. GIRO- LAMI, Dante L., O.S.A., M.S., As- sociate Professor, Mathematics. GORMAN, William M., Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering. GREEN, John M., M.A., Instructor, English. GREEN, Joseph G., Jr., M.A., Assist- ant Professor, Sociology. GRELIS, Howard G., O.S.A., M.A., Assistant Professor, Religion. GREYSON, Jo- seph C., M.S. in M.E., Professor, Mechanical Engineering. HAHN, Tobias, A.B., Assistant Professor, Mathematics. beyond the campus confines PLAY MUCH BASKETBALL SON? In his first day as a faculty member, Mr. Al Severance puts the Held house to academic use. T21 X 'Oi-lxl FEET OFF THOSE CHAIRS and cigarettes out! From left: Mr Bellas, Dr. Buford, Dr. McGrath, Mr. Fischer, Mr. Murphy, and Mr Cushing play student for a day. understanding enables them Top Row: HANNAN, James E., O.S.A., M.A., Instructor, Religion. HANNUM, Howard L., M.A., Assistant Professor, English. HARRIS, George A., M.S., Professor, Education. HARTMAN, Harold F., Ph.D., Professor, Political Science. HEIMER, Roger C., M.A., Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering. Middle Row: HENRY, William C. A., I.L.B., Professor, Business Law. HENRY, William H., Jr., M.A., Instructor, English. HICKS, Joseph J., B.E.E., Associate Pro- fessor, Electrical Engineering. HIGGINS, John W., Captain, lv HYSON, Joseph J., O.5.A., M.A., ln- structor, Religion. ILSEMAN, Fred J., B.E., Instructor, Finance. JENKINS, Edward F., Ph.D., Professor, Physical Science, Chemistry. JONAS, Joseph T., M.A., M.O., Associate Professor, Speech. KAVANAGH, Charles J., A.B., As- .sistant.Professor, Physical Science, Chemistry. KHOURI, Fred J., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Political Science. KIERNAN, Beniarnin T., O.S.A., M.A., Instructor, Political Science. KLEIN, Donald R., B.Ch.E., Assistant Profes- sor, Chemical Engineering. KLEIN, Walter H., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Industrial Administration. KOLINER, Ralph, Ph.D., Asso- ciate Professor, Civil Engineering. KOONCE, Henry T., M.S., Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering. KOPENSKY, Jerome H., B.S., Assist- ant Professor, Accounting. KRISHMAN, Venkatarama, B.S., As- sistant Professor, Electrical Engineer- ing. KRUPITSCH, Victor S., Ph.D., Instructor, Modern Languages. KROPP, Charles F., O.S.A., M.S., As- sociate Professor, Biology. LARKIN, Vincent R., B.A., Instructor, Philos- ophy. LAWLESS, George P., O.S.A., M.A., Instructor, Latin. LAWTON, Andrew, BSI, Instructor, Mathematics. LINA- HAN, Thomas C., B.S., Instructor, Mathematics. LOWERY, Thomas J., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Biology. to add a greater depth to their teachings LUCIA, Joseph L., M.A., Instructor, Economics. SISTER M. ALMA, M.A., Dean of Nursing, Professor, Nursing Education. MANLEY, Martin J., A.B., Assistant Profes- sor, Political Science. MANNO, Francis J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Political Science. MARKMAN, James J., Ph.D., Assistant Profes- sor, Chemistry. MARSHALL, James L., M,S., Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering. MATI-IESON, Norman E., Lt. Cmdr., USN, B.S., Assistant Professor, Naval Science. MATTESSICH, John M., M.B.A., Assistant Professor, Accounting. McBRIDE, Mary E., M.S., Instructor, Nursing Education. MCCLAIN, John A., Ph.D., Professor, Biology. Mc- DONOUGH, Richard R., M.A., Instructor, Speech. MCENERNEY, John I., Ph.D., Professor, Classics. MCFADDEN, Charles J., O.S.A., Ph.D., Professor, Philos- ophy. MCGOWAN, Joseph P., M.A., Instructor, English. MCGUIRE, Francis X., O.S.A., LL.D., Director, Develop- ment Program. THIS WON'T HURT. Ready to drill, a student is cau- tioned by Mr. Loughrey to keep his eyes on his work. ' .M-fa. Contact outside the classroom Top Row: MCNICHOL, William J., M.S., in C.E., Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering. MCSHEA, John J., O.S.A., M.A., Associate Professor, English. MEANY, Thomas J., B.S. in M.E., Instructor, Mechanical Engineering. MENTZER, Thomas J., M.A., Instructor, Political Science. MENZ, Paul J., B.S, in M.E., Instructor, Mechanical Engineering. Middle Row: MICHENER, Charles T., M.A., Assistant Professor, Mechani- cal Engineering. MITCHELL, James J., M.A., Assistant Pro- fessor, English. MOENCH, Charles A., M.A., Instructor, Mathematics. MOREHOUSE, J. Stanley, D.Sc., Dean of En- gineering, Professor, Mechanical Engineering. MORITZ, John, Placement Director. Bottom Row: MULHERIN, Virginia A., R.N., M.A., Instructor, Nursing Education. MURPHY, George D., M.A., Assistant Professor, English. MURRAY, Edward V., M.B.A., Guidance Officer, Assisant Professor, Finance. NALLY, Robert V., LL.B., Instructor, Industrial Ad- ministration. NEVINS, Joseph H., Jr., M.A., Instructor, Po- litical Science. creates a bond between the students and facult BOOKS ABOUND and Dr. Markham of the Chemistry Dept. seems intent on tracking down a formula. Top Row: NOLAN, James L., O.S.A., B.A., Instructor, Re- ligion. NOVA, Fritz, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Political Science. NOWACK, Margaret M., R.N., B.S., in Nursing, ln- structor, Nursing Education. O'BRlEN, Constance M., R.N., M.S., Instructor, Nursing Education. Bottom Row: O'BRlEN, James F., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Philosophy. O'DON- NELL, Michael J., O.S.A., M.A., Associate Professor, English. O'DRlSCOLL, Kenneth F., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chem- istry. O'SHEA, Robert S., Ph.D., Instructor, Philosophy. their personal wisdom passes Top Row: PAQUETTE, Joseph W., O.S.A., M.S., Associate Professor, Chemistry. PAPARELLA, Benedict A., Ph.D., As- sistant Professor, Philosophy. PAPARELLA, Julia, M.S., ln- structor, Nursing Education. PAULSON, Donald C., Lt. ig., USN, B.S., in M.E., Assistant Professor, Naval Science. Bottom Row: PEARCE, George R., M.A., Associate Professor, Finance. PEPPER, Mary F., R.N., M.S., Assistant Professor, Nursing Education. PHILLIPSON, John S., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, English. PIERZCHALSKI, Raymond J., Ph.D., As- sistant Professor, Philosophy. Top Row: PILLWEIN, Rudolph, J.D., Instructor, Modern Languages. PLUNKETT, Richard M. O.S.A., M.A., Associate Professor, Sociology. PORTER, Robert L., Jr., B.S., Instructor, Finance POWERS, Eugene P,, D.Ed., Dean of Evening School. PREVITE, Joseph J., M.S., Instructor Biology. Bottom Row: PRICE, Joseph G., M.A., Instructor, English. PROCKO, Bohdan, M.A. Assistant Professor, History. PULLING, Arthur C., LL.D., Law Librarian, Professor, Law QUAM, George N., Ph.D., Professor, Physical Science, Chemistry. RATIGAN, Joseph W, M.A., Associate Professor, English. to every student who seeks it 2 IT BECOMES EMINENTLY CLEAR as Dr. O'Shea outlines existence, in a metaphysical way ot course, to Pete Leemhuis. ever ready to communicate RECKTENWALD, Lester N., M.A., Assistant Pro- fessor, Psychology. REGAN, Robert E., O.S.A., S.T.D., Professor, Religion. REILLY, Bernard F., M.A., lnstructor, Political Science. REUSCHLEIN, Harold G., A.l.S.D., Dean of Law School. RICE, Patrick J., O.S.A., M.A., lnstructor, Re- ligion. RICE, William J., M.A., Assistant Pro- fessor, Chemical Engineering. THE VALUE CALLED X is momentarily elusive during this Math Dept. seminar. Looks like a good one for the next student test. WATCH THAT FIRST STEP. Mr. McGurk moves Toward his argyle stockinged night students in order to make a point more clear. for the student is their classroom Top Row: RILEY, Howard F., LL.B., Associate Professor, Business Law, Insurance. ROBERTS, Ernest F., Jr., LL.B., Assistant Professor, Law. ROFINOT, Henry L., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Political Science. RONGIONE, Louis A., O.S.A., Ped.D., Dean of Graduate School, Assistant Professor, Philosophy. Bottom Row: ROONEY, John J., Maior USMC, B.S., Assistant Pro- fessor, Naval Science. RUANE, Eugene J., Director of Publicity. RUDHART,- Alexander, D.PoI.Sc., Assistant Professor, Political Science. RUSSELL, Robert P., O.S.A., Ph.D., Professor, Philosophy. Top Row: SAVAGE, Joseph C., M.B.A., Professor, Business Administration. SCHAEFER, Leo H., M.B.A., Professor, Accounting. SCHUSTER, James J., B.C.E., Instructor, Civil Engineering. SENTER, Philip J., B.S., Assistant Professor, Physical Science, Physics. SHARER, Cyrus J., M.A., Assistant Professor, Geography. Bottom Row: SHOLOFSKY, Mark W., M.A., Instructor, Political Science. SMITH, Charles B., A.B., Instructor, English. SNYDER, J. Robert, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering. SPADAFORA, Sherwood H., M.S., Assistant Professor, Physical Science, Chemistry. SPALDING, Richard Ea, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Physical Science, Chemistry. a textbook presents Top Row: STEPHENSON, John G., III, LL.B., Professor, Law. STOTT, George W., M.S., Instructor, Physical Science, Physics. SULLIVAN, John R., B.S., Assistant Professor, Physical Sci- ence, Physics. SULLIVAN, Robert M., O.S.A., M.A., Dean of Arts and Sciences, Professor, English. SYVINSKI, Edward B., O.S.A., M.F.A., Instructor, Religion. Bottom Row: GOING! GOING! GONE! Sold for thirteen dollars. Over this desk Mr. Yu helps a student with his lab reports. CORRIDOR CONCLAVE. Mr. Spadafora and Mr. Kavanaugh park by the fire hose to cool oft during the ten-minute break. UNNEWEHR, Lewis E., M.S. in E.E., Adiunct Professor, Elec- trical Engineering. VENUTO, C. Joseph, M.A., Assistant Professor, Geology. VRANA, John J., O.S.A,, M.A., Pro- fessor, Mechanical Engineering. WALSH, John A., O.S.A., M.A., Associate Professor, Religion. WARREN, Herbert S., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Biology. if Top Row- WAY, Marco F., B.S., Assistant Professor, Biology. WEEKS, Henry F., O.S.A., M.A., Instructor, Religion. WEISSMAN, Stanley P., M.S., Adiunct Instructor, Reading. WEITZMANN, Albert M., LL.B.,' Associate Professor, Economics. WELSH, Charles J., M.B.A., Instructor, Finance. Bottom Row: WELSH, Robert J., O.S.A., S.T.D., Assistant Professor, Religion. WHITE, James A., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Political Science. WHITE, Robert E., D.Ch.E., Professor, Chemical Engineering. WIELAND, James L., M.A., Instructor, Philosophy. WILKINSON, Robert E., M.A., Instructor, English. ' but onl a person can teach Faculty not pictured: HOLAHAN, Francis E., LL.B., Associate Professor, Law. SIMPSON, John H., B.S., Associate Pro- fessor, Finance. WALTON, John N., B.S., Instructor, Me- chanical Engineering. Top Row: WOODBIJRY, John L., BS., Instructor, Mathematics. WRIGHT, Kenneth T., Jr., M.A., Instructor, Latin. YEN, John T. C., D.Sc,, Professor, Geology. Bottom Row: YU, Yao-Nan, M.S. in E.E., Visiting Professor, Electrical Engineering. YUEN, Hsiu Huo, D.Ch.E., Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering. ZEMAITIS, Robert J., Lt., USN, B.S., Assistant Professor, Naval Science. DR. JOHN A. MCCLAlN guides the Villanova Pre-Medical stu d e n ts Through four arduous years. He is a constant advisor and finds satis- faction in their achieving the ulti- mate goal-an M.D. after each name. FROM THE ANCIENTS to the mod- erns, from the theoretical to the practical, all are found in the tomes of Arts and Sciences. Languages, philosophy, and the humanities help to make the Arts student as well versed as possible in virtually any subiect. AN 5 C l E N S s Offering knowledge for its own sake, the Arts and Sciences Division presents the diversi- fied subiects necessary to compensate for this changing world. The freshman achieves a metamorphosis, which brings the realization that there are spiritual values, as well as worldly values, in our society. The truthful and virtuous man is formed in the four years of exposure to life, its problems and some of its answers. Arts and Sciences can only present the ideas. It is for the student, through deliberate thought, to resolve in his own mind the prob- lems facing him throughout life, Aware of this, the man realizes that his terminal goal is most important. REV. ROBERT M. SULLIVAN, Dean of Arts and Sciences, kept busy by a steady intiux of visitors, always finds time for guidance. "WHERE'S THAT PlCNlC'?" The mug means both a fraternity and Spring. "OH, YOU BADDIE!" Mike Tighe winces as Joe Sayres swings. DURING THE PAST four years, D.P.M. has been led by these men. The senior members of the fraternity are, from left: J. Fitzpatrick, A. Dombrowski, J. Mulhall, J. Quigley, T. Forkin, R. Pinto, W. Kelly, J. Lynch, A. Pag- ano, W. Shea, V. Shields, C. Thomas, E. Duffy, and J. Rumbarger. Delta Pi Mu Delta Pi Mu, the Arts fraternity, brings together those men of similar interests so that "through frater- nal fellowship they may be better able to understand and carry out the Christian way of life." This is a virtual motto, characteristic of D.P.M. Under the leadership of its president, Al Dombrowski, the frater- nity manifests the symbols of its Greek letters, faith, understanding, and industrious action. A complete sports program, a Communion breakfast, guest lec- turers, and a dinner dance were this organization's activities. THE MEMBERSHIP of D.P.M. comprises men from all departments of the Arts and Sciences division, from the general liberal arts students to the specialist in English, history, the sciences, or philosophy. All help to make this the largest fraternity on campus and one of the busiest. "LET'S SEE, HOW MUCH MONEY HAVE WE GOT?" The officers ot D.P.M. compare notes prior to at- tending a meeting. They are, from the lett: T Labrecque, Corresponding Secretary, G. Baull Vice-President, A. Dombrowski, President, and J Fitzpatrick, Recording Secretary. J. Rumbarger who is missing, was the Treasurer. E... THE SENIOR BROTHERS of Lambda Kappa Delta find Themselves right at home in The Physiology Lab. Sealed: D. McNelis, J. Lindrolh, J. Lavalla, J. Miele, J. Mussio, and J. Columbo. Standing: S. Paskin, J. Locavaro, A. Esposito, R. Jones, A. Purcell, R. Grouch, E. Flannery, C. McGinnis, T. McKenna, R. Angell, and J. DePalma. Ea '52-f-s. ,f Q. fl" -- 1 " b el.-iv' "-:-v- 1'-A .. vi ..-, .,, .N ,.GN:..,,., .,. 5 y 2 406 9 W . wp ,Q f if f , Q ' K ,XM f A . Q, I 4 M-34 Lambda Kappa Delta "OKAY, YOU WISE GUYS, Wl-lAT'S NEXT?" A pledge shows his contempt for the whole initiation proceedings as senior Bill Phillips readies anolher "vicTim." Lambda Kappa DelTa, The science TraTerniTy, al- Though The smallesT on campus, is one of The mosT acTive. Combining inTellecTual pursuiTs wiTh social acTiviTies, L.K.D. mainTains The TradiTions which char- acTerize The high ideals of The Medical ArTs and Sci- ences. Under The leadership oT iTs PresidenT James Rocco, The TraTerniTy was responsible Tor innovaTing a dinner dance Tor parenTs and sTudenTs during The ParenT's Day TesTiviTies lasT Fall. Luke, Cosmas, and Damian, The paTron sainTs of physicians, are symbolized in The Greek leTTers, L.K.D. IN THE PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY, The applicaTion of biology, chemisTry, and physics is made. Here, ThaT knowledge which has been accumulaTed over Tour years is puT To use by The TuTure physicians in an experimenT concerning The sTimuIaTion of The muscles oT The Trog. Dr. Thomas J. Lowery, ModeraTor of L.K.D., supervises The lab. V I rf! THE YOUNG MAN AND THE SHARK. Sophomores are infro- duced To anaTomy. - AH, THERE IT IS. Juniors sTudy Tissues in hisTology. OH, COME ON! LET ME LOOK! Seniors prepare slides in cyTology. DedicaTed To The greaT AugusTinian, EaTher Gregor Johann Mendel, The publicaTion of The deparTmenTs of Science aT Villanova is The MENDEL BUl.LETlN. ln an era of consTanT scienTiTic advancemenT, The irnporTance of This iournal is obvious. IT exposes The sTudenTs of Villanova To The laTesT achievernenTs in science of This naTion and The World. The Tireless eTTorTs of The sTaTCf make iT possible Tor The'sTudenT To publish The resulTs of personally conducTed research. ROBERT JONES, a senior pre-medical sTudenT, guided The Mendel BulleTin To iTs deadlines as This year's Ecli- Tor-in-Chief. FLANKED BY Dr. John A. McClain, ModeraTor, and Rob- erT Jones, EdiTor-in-Chief, The sTaFf of The Mendel BulleTin appears before preparing Tor The publication of This year's annual ediTion. This scienTific journal pub- lishes inTormaTion 'Frorn The deparTmenTs oT Biology, ChemisTry, and Physics which has been conTribuTed by various sTudenTs. The ediTors are: N. CosTa, Biol- ogy, T. Swank, ChemisTry, T. Gaynard, Physics, C. Kierney, PhoTography, and N. Tenaglia, CirculaTion Manager. American Institute of Physics Organized this year, the Villanova chapter ot the American Institute ot Physics is tor anyone with an interest in physics. The aims ot the chapter are to instill and maintain an interest in physics and to give the student opportunities to display his own knowledge. The second objective is attained quite ettectively in that the maiority of lectures are given by the students. Other activities included on the academic, religious, and social calendars are field trips, Communion breakfasts, and an annual picnic. "SEE ANYTHING, JOHN?" John Carmosky, President of the chapter, is seen performing a calibration with a ballistic galvanometer. In short-measuring current. "THIS MACHINE MUST DO SOMETHING!" Mr. William Driscoll, Moderator, demonstrates a new Geiger counter to senior members T. Gaynard, J. Carrnosky, R. Czwakiel, J. Baw- duniak, and R. Baker. THE LARGE ENROLLMENT ot the Villanova Chapter of A.l.P. demonstrates the interest on the campus. The other oifticers are: J. Brazel, Vice-President, A. Cascella, Treasurer, and J. de Santo, Secretary. 12117 .AL 1-...X Plaza loros de Spanish Club j BEFORE A TRADITIONAL symbol of J Spanish culture, we tind Ben Hines, President of the Spanish Club. He has been instrumental in scheduling the club's sundry activities. 'ff' El Club de Espanol, the largest club on campus is dedicated to promoting interest in the Spanish language and culture. Activities such as "Noche Espanol," and the dinner dance, turther the goal ot this organization. The members ot the club are instrumental in promoting international good will with our Latin neighbors by keeping in close personal contact with the Spanish embassies. By maintaining an active schedule of musical events, movies, and noted speakers, the members are brought close to the cultural traditions of the Spanish speaking peoples. The membership in- cludes numerous students trom countries ot Cen- tral and South America. THE SENIOR MEMBERS of the Spanish Club and those who direct its activities in- clude, left to right: Dr. Di- Vincenzo, Moderator, Father Oroz, O.S.A., B. Hines, President, D. Cardone, Vice- President, D. Ropaine, Treas- urer, and C. Thomas, Stu- dent Council Representa- tive. 60 UNDER THE DIRECTION of Mr. Wilson Frescoln, Moderator, the French Club ioins with other Villanova organizations in social and athletic attairs. The officers include: F. Murtha, President, J. Tedeschi, Vice-President, T. Shea, Treasurer, and R. Oleiinczok, Secretary. French Club Delta Epsilon Sigma THE MEMBERS OF D.E.S. are, in the usual order: Roger Leemhuis, history, Thomas Gaynard, physics, Robert Baxter, mathematics, John Fields, history, Richard Anthony, general arts, William Christy, English, John Cannon, political science, Thomas Gold- schmidt, English, and Clayton Thomas, general arts. The French Club, enjoying a resurgence ot pop- ularity in the last few years, is composed ot stu- dents not necessarily taking French, but neverthe- less interested in France, her culture and language. included in its list ot activities are the French creative art contest, the library exhibit, and panel discussions with language clubs from neighbor- ing colleges. Organized at Villanova in l953, Delta Epsilon Sigma stands as the National Catholic Honor Soci- ety on campus. Composed ot men in the Arts and Sciences Division who have distinguished themselves scholastically, the members are elected by Rev. Robert M. Sullivan, O.S.A., Rev. Edward F. Jenkins, O.S.A., Dr. John l. McEnerney, Dr. John A. McClain, and Rev. John J. McShea. 'Slit 4.1, A , bs ,1 " - .m ,-1 Q T- .4 5. 7. ,. f 11, 3 G -Q - ' ei -9 I - . ,. . QE.: E ' mn, 22 Il-. ij ' F' 5 hh 1' :fit :c 1 55" 1 N QE W ff f I 'AA' El 4 Z z T' 2 id fl, 3 l f I4 , rg , , E ' i ' Eta ggn-, 2 Etw , gg 1 ff ' I 1 'Q 8 t Ji tu , . M.. .. .... J-4 ,....... . ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ..,..,,. .. , ...., ....- Only tvvo years old, the Literary Club continues to otter intelligent discussions on various authors. An added highlight this year was the presentation of motion pictures ot literary value. Although tounded by a group ot enthusiastic Literary Club English maiors, the club is open to all students ot the University. The tull schedule of symposia planned by the otrficers included addresses on F. Scott Fitzgerald, Christopher Fry, and Ernest Hem- ingvvay. 62 "THE BEARDED ONE" delivers an address on Christopher Fry to the members of the Literary Club. As Owen Klein speaks, R. Quaglia, T. Goldschmidt, P. Buckley, J. Curtin, T. McKenna, Mr. Raymond Burns, Moderator, and R. Desiderio listen attentively. This was iust one of the seminars presented by the club this year. JACK CURTIN, President ot the Literary Club, directed its activities during the second year of its existence. sf -M-1.f.. ass-as ""4"f""""""""' xg Astronomy Club THE S.E.A., with both Pennsylvania state and National attiliations, was or- ganized a little more than two years ago. lt affords education maiors, and anyone interested in teaching as a career, an opportunity to develop fprotessionally by providing activities outside the scope of classroom work. Films, panel discussions and guest speakers provide members with an insight to the problems besetting contemporary education. WHEN FATHER JENKINS founded the Astronomy Club, he never dreamed that man-made satellites were immi- nent. Now, with "Explorers" and "Sputniks" circling the earth, and a trip to the moon becoming more feasible every day, the lights in the observatory atop Mendel Hall can be seen nightly, as "the stars look down." Student Education Association ffl XM '31, American Chemistr Society The Technical aspects ofthe American Chemical So- ciety are Tempered with an active social schedule. An annual Communion breakfast and a dinner-dance are part of the ofT-campus activities. The meetings of This organization are aimed aT making chemistry more interesting to The members by presenting films, guest speakers, and lectures by student-members. Research in chemical processes is conducted in order to obtain practical experience. lt is the purpose of the American Chemical Society to enhance The study of chemistry and develop a lasting foundation Tor Those who will pursue the sub- iect after graduation. LED BY senior chemistry maior Thomas Swank, President, the Amer- ican Chemical Society has enioyed another fruitful year of activity. The. general membership appears here lust before starting a field Trip last Fall. DRlP, DRlP, DRlPl The liquid courses down Through The burette, the experimenter in chemistry Waits patiently, and-voila, instant coFfee! "THE SYNCOPATED CLOCK" AND THE LATE SHOW emanate from the osciloscope as the seniors take a International Relations Society - f v'.1,,' swf , 'S , . .. ,.,i. ww . .4 . . "3 ,K + .1,a.li.i,- .i,,ii . . , .avv , X r z ,s, ,y. . 'ivtat I '-'i'ti The l.R.S. has as its purpose the tostering ot an interest in world atcfairs. To accomplish this aim the organization provides a means whereby Villanova stu- dents can gain a knowledge ot the practical aspects and problems ot international altairs. In the, past year the l.R.S. accomplished this end by attording the members and students ot Villanova speakers, Elms, various publications, and discussions on subiects of international concern. The organiza- tion telt it would be beneficial to concentrate on-one area ot investigation. Following along this line of endeavor, all the activities were directed toward at- tairs in the Middle East. ON UNITED NATIONS DAY last October the l.R.S. presented the Villanova Library with a book, Control of Foreign Relations. Fr. Falvey, O.S.A., accepted the gift from J. Monahan, Dr. Fritz Nova, Moderator, and R. Rafano, President. THE GENERAL MEMBERSHIP of the International Relations Soci- ety is seen iust before the start ot the Pennsylvania State Con- vention ot International Relations Clubs held at Villanova during March. The senior members are: J. DiRocco, R. Faulk, G. Hogan, J. D. Kelley, J. P. Kelley, P. Lang, and R. Rafano. A A": 1 . I , 4 ,5 :.X ffm I EW! W f5A I IE!!! HHH! uiuag I 4Il54ll I Ill? ll fanning MIM!! g M Illlfzl XEQQ 7 g?' 17355 IINWMQ u u I U I Jllilli Y! IQW IJIISUE Milli: -I A i N1 o Q 3 i REV. JOSEPH C. BARTLEY, O.S.A. Dean Fr. Bartley has been associated with Villanova tor some forty-tive years, as student, instruc- tor, and Dean. It is in the latter field that Father has distinguished himself, serving as Dean since the Division's infancy to today's great physical expansion. 'W-'WML 1 Q tug 'ft 'aft lf ffl .. i . W...-ff REV. FRANCIS X. BOYLE, O.S.A. Assistant Dean Fr. Boyle, this past September, assumed the duties ot the newly created post ot Assistant Dean. In only this short time Father has shown that he is both a capable and a sensitive ad- ministrator. A ili .,. ...fiff Zf, rrrl ir. :rri .fgi "" -' -. H V- W... r The Commerce and Finance School has at pres- ent the largest student enrollment ot the Univer- sity's three major divisions. lt Otters the student a choice ot tive maiors, Accounting, Finance, ln- dustrial Administration, Marketing, and Pre-Law. In the business world ot today with its emphasis on materialistic gain, the Commerce and Finance School attempts to produce a Christian gentleman. lt does this by supplementing the students techni- cal training with courses in Catholic theology and Catholic philosophy. 67 ,eff ig. A' BILL SERMANIA shows his potential as an industrial leader. NOW WE VVOULD SAY that the Vaughey twins are vvell "balanced" individuals, Delta Pi Epsilon Delta Pi Epsilon is a social fraternity, this is the thought that guided President Bill Gordon's planning of activities for the business school fraternity. A most successful and active year was highlighted by a mag- nificent dinner dance held at the Overbrook Country Club. ' A series of important policy changes included a change in the customary manner of pledging. l-lead pledgemaster .lack Kearns guided the fraternity's yearlings through their pledge period while they were performing numerous corporal works of mercy at several local convents. W CHARITY DOES NOT always be- gin at home, as these pledges decorate the Christmas tree at St. Aloysius Academy. Oh yes, those spats you see are not coming back into style, they are just part of a pledges "regs." . I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' "' - - 1. , . . A 3 . Q at THE RESPONSIBILITY of assuring an organizations future rightly falls on its senior members. The seniors of D.P.E. discharged this responsibility with admirable success. They initiated a new pledging system "Corporal Works of Mercy" and revised their constitution. They made their fraternity an outstanding organization on campus and the Hrst fraternity to insti- tute a program of charity into its pledging. ,df-,, - ---A.t.t..l.l y -rff ,- -viii 1 I I ' -f ff or ' 'v--."""o'fT"'f"-' ' .,1t,,:yxg II, I4 .., ,X ,I x,,-sy if I 'fllikfi I aw ' 'Z' ... ffl- . - 4, i fr it THE LEADERSHIP of D.P.E. was under Alfred Le pore, Secretaryg Robert Redpath, Vice-Presidentg Mr. George Pearce, Moderatorg William Gordon President, Francisco Pacheco, Treasurerg and Ger ald Billings, Student Council Representative. 69 rf: .. .. 3, I le. W 5 ,y' ' Lskfiw, , ' - l : - 'r Q iii 1 -1? - ' . .,A V .,... .x...., Q ...vs .,....,....,.... ...,.,,,.,Q . ,,.... E T . ,,.. ,A f- s .Y 'F Accounting Society WITH THE HELP of Mr. George Chorba, Moderaior, The senior members of The AccounTing SocieTy plan The socieTy's yearly acTiviTies. These are noT only of a professional level buT also include The annual spring dinnerdance. The Accouming SocieTy was organized in T948 primarily as a socieTy Tor honor sTudenTs maioring in Accouming. lT has since iTs incepTion enlarged To include all sTudenTs wiTh The desire To complemenT Their accounTing Theory wiTh The social and pracTical acTiviTies necessary To become a well rounded accounTanT. The socieTy accomplishes This aim by The inviTaTion of speakers Trom public, privaTe and governmenTal accounTing. The speakers enlighTening The sTu- denTs To The pracTices and opporTuniTies oT each Held. THE SOClETY'S OFFICERS are Edwin ScoTT, Secretary, Wilfrid Boucher, STudenT Council RepresenTaTive, An- Thony McMullen, Vice-President Mr. George Chorba, ModeraTor, Gerald Gibbons, PresidenT, and Thomas O'Brien, Treasurer. MR. LEO H. SCHAEFER, Chairman of The Accounnng Deparfmenf, has de- voTed his life To The preparaTion of young men for a career in accounTing. .-5 Business Whirl The BUSINESS VVHIRL is The student magazine of The Commerce and Finance School. It is the newest studenT publication here aT Villanova and was originated by Father Bartley, O.S.A., Dean of The Commerce and Finance School, in l956. The VVHIRL gives The Commerce and Finance student an opporTuniTy To gain experience in writing about business and industry and a chance To broaden Their knowledge in all phases oT commerce. THE WHIRL STAFF, under the leadership of Ed Ward and John Barone, Co-Edi- tors and Mr. Burgess, Mod- erator, produced a maga- zine while Technical in nature, provided entertain- ing and easy reading To The discriminating reader. 15? THESE FINANCE SENIORS must have iust received some good news from Mr Dougherty like: "everyone gets an 'A' in Financial Problems." However, we're not too sure about those on the left. The Finance Society was established in i957, as the co-curricular organiza- tion tor Finance maiors. Frequent lectures by competent authorities, visits to financial institutions, and a Held trip to New York serve to animate the technical studies ot the student. Although the society is composed ot students trom the smallest division ot maiors in the Commerce and Finance school, the unity achieved through aca- demic and social pursuits has become characteristic ot the group. ,, ' OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY are: Michael Axt, Student Council Representative, Louis Kubinak, Treasurer, William Murray, President, William Gilhool, Vice-President, Robert Redpath, Re- cording Secretary, Paul Squitieri, Correspond- PQ Finance Society L ' l -. ,., ing- Secretary. MR. PATRICK J. DOUGHERTY, Chairman of the Finance Department, has approached his dual role ot instructor and admistrator with a feeling for both individual student attention' and administrative efhciency. PresidenT Mr Frederick Burgess ModeraTor and Reginald Zurinskas, STU- 'v , , ,Z ., fa' , 5:51 V 6vr,yf7"q'!, JDPAXSZ , .rw E V A ff l , Us .Ww- if i MR. JOSEPH C. SAVAGE, Chairman of The MarkeTing DeparTmenT, has ap- plied his Harvard GracluaTe School U iti V Training To The devolpmenT of his PICTURED IN THE FRONT of The new CSTF building are The officers, Mike Deparlminl' Toclag, it :as the 'afg- Sernyak Treasurer Louis Desiclerio Vice President, Richard Bednar, e,Sl emo mem Wil In T e Cal: Div'- sion. This year's MarkeTing Club has diversihed irs acTiviTies vviTh The purpose oT broadening The ouTlook of iTs members on marl4eTing problems. Field Trips To various local Tirms were held wiTh The aim oT invesTigaTing rnarkering plans and procedures. Various speakers were heard Trom The Tielcls of Trafhc management public relaTions, and sales TorecasTing. Joinr academic acTiviTies were also held vviTh The oTher deparTrneriTs of The school wiTh The desired eFiecT being beTTer undersTanding of The whole busi- ness TuncTion. THE SENIORS of The Markehng Club have This year TosTered an aTTiTude of cooperaTion and a feeling of TogeTherness vviTh The other deparTmenTs of The Commerce and Finance THE SENIOR MEMBERS of the Pre-Law Society participate in lectures, and Held Trips which are very important in acquainting them with law school, the courts and other aspects of the legal profession. "The purpose of the Pre-Lavv Society shall be to further acquaint under- graduates with lavv school and the law profession in order that they may make their decision as to whether or not to attend law school and if this decision is in the affirmative, to assist them in fulfilling entrance require- ments." ' In keeping with this motive expressed in its constitution the Pre-Law Society serves as an information center for Villanova students interested in y a legal career. OFFICERS KNEELING are: Joseph Glennon, Treasurer, Peter O'Brian, President, Charles Hansford, Secretary. Standing: Mr. Richard Ruane, Moderator, Michael McHaIlanan, Ser- geant at Arms, David Natale, Vice-President, Howard Riley, Moderator, James Tague, Liai- son Officer, and Mr. William Henry. MR. WILLIAM A. C. HENRY, Chairman of the Pre-Law Department, is a graduate of Villanova and received his LL.B., from the University of Pennsylvania. His prin- ciple aim in the Pre-Law course is to give his students a well balanced curriculum in their preparation for the legal profession. .A.M. 4 DR. WALTER H. KLEIN, Chairman of the ln- dustrial Administration Department, has been an outstanding leader in the development of a curriculum which will prepare the student for today's business world and tomorrow's. - M " if fl .13 " 'i' 4 , THE CHIEF AIM of these senior members of the Society for Advancement of Management, is to participate in the activities of an organization dedicated to the promotion and advance- ment ot the art and science of management. The Society for Advancement of Management is the recognized national professional organization of management in industry, commerce, govern- ment, and education. The Society has been dedicated to the advancement of management and management men ever since the original Taylor Society was established in l9l2. The activities which the Chapter participated in were meetings, confer- ences, seminars, plant tours, and research protects which gave students an insight into the practice of the management profession. SOCIETY OFFICERS are Kieran Dev- ary, Treasurer, Joseph Marozzi, Pub- licity Director, Edward Zeaser, Vice- President, James Marley, President, John Barone, Secretary, and Robert Cunius, Student Council Representa- tive. S- f- rv fi :rf vi SL? 1 "A H .9 .Q ...fi The School of Engineering constitutes an in- tegral part ot the Villanova curriculum. A competently Trained faculty combined with well equipped laboratories in the applied sci- ences and Technological subiects gives students every opportunity to be adequately trained in their chosen field. Degrees are offered in courses of chemical, civil, electrical, and me- chanical engineering. As Dean of Engineering, J. Stanley More- house is the man responsible for the high standards which are followed and the high caliber of engineers graduated each June. Every engineer knows that he can always go to the dean for advice and guidance when- ever a problem arises. ln order to keep the standards high, it is necessary to have a highly trained taculty. At Villanova, the engineering professors are men with years of education and experience both in industry and in the classroom. THE ENGINEERING SCHOOL is under the guidance ot Dean J. Stanley Morehouse, shown here in his new office. s N., 5 5 1,' -'.. ..,' 1 .." ,.-i - A -. 1 J , , . A '-" 35:5 "'f- il tt1 t a. ' ON THE SHOULDERS ot these men rest the responsibilities of School. They are: J. Clothier, E.E., R. White, Chem.E., J Gallen chairmanships of the various departments in the Engineering CE., and G. Auth, M.E. AS A RESULT of The hard work of the officers and the interest of The faculty moderator, The many functions of Phi Kap were successful. Top Row: Lee Christenson, Treasurer, John Dineen, Stu- dent Council Representative, Stan Ciesielski, Sergeant- at-Arms. Bottom Row: Bill Smith, Secretary, Joe Dris- coll, President, and Fr. Klekotka, Faculty Moderator. PICTURED BELOW are the seniors and the officers of Phi Kappa Pi whose interest and participation insured the success of Phi Kap's many activities. Phi Kappa Pi For many years, ViIlanova's engineering fraternity, Phi Kappa Pi, has continued to program many diversi- fied social activities. This year was no exception. To start the year, Phi Kap was again the leader in ticket sales for the Interfraternity Ball. The next big event was the annual orphans' party. Along with these activities a Communion breakfast and many smokers were also held. However, the highlight of the season was the pledging period followed by the dinner dance. The enthusiasm and cooperation of the members is the factor that makes Phi Kap one of the most re- spected organizations on campus. SENIORS ED STROUD and Bill Christman have an at- tentive audience as they combine their musical skills while entertaining their charges at the orphan's party. THE ORPHAN'S PARTY certainly looks well attended. At the top, chairman Ed Condon and Mike Marra look on while Dan Gallagher seems more anxious than the orphans to see what Santa Jerry Kerwin has in his bag. This year over fifty orphans were entertained with movies, games, gifts, songs, and of course, ice cream. "YOUR WISH IS my Command, sir," Here we see "big brothers" Joe Krackeler and Joe Cac- ciola being attended by pledges Biran Scully and Frank Eberle. E , x III , l N OV E GI EER 1 , ffmff.--.Tawihaw-w.-TW:14 T ' fr, A' Q s H W -, X S s 4 are sfvwfv bdrkcagffbv wb 90 yn NWX NMS ag , M mpg Tyfdfwf T si M sr ps QM gig Q9 wx , J I A X 4 at 1 .- ,- , .vw . ff-ff.,,.4w,Wy,g, ,,.. J, ,,s, .. -,M .,. :,.,.,f vs-.:xasp',-3235.11 .1 P21 ,- M- , , , T 'jiffqvfsf 6121: Q04 ,f s gf ,H-,V Ur, sf Rf if 9 ss X I w ' if-,QM MA y .fig 1 wry-w W 1 5 as sf ' f nm-11 1 We we x if Qf'iS'fW1y-'iw' 'vwrfsv ' 9 y ,- ,, May, I933, saw The inauguraTion of a new magazine on The Villanova campus. Preceded by Phi Kappa Pi's "The Owl," THE VILLANOVA EN- GINEER was desTined To become one of The lead- ing magazines on The campus. IT can look back over The pasT TwenTy-Tive years wiTh pride Tor iT surely has been a crediT To The UniversiTy in gen- eral and The engineering school in parTicular. LasT year iT was awarded an "All-American" raTing, The highesT possible, by The AssociaTed CollegiaTe Press. This year The sTaTT has again produced an excellenT magazine and hopes To re- capTure This honor. . .s ,al:rF'-91 3 . .s ggi 3 NTT -X " ,sq - ' X 'P-"QS i!w.'5'l5'- ' .- ' 5.4-.-:. 4.'-,.-ARPT 1 91:13, Z 113 ' f' fb 4 1' ' -11: 1-f:i5'i:sZ.2IZ1,f''xflgs . -Q . ,f l gy, gi: Q:-:I-9 .fi i THE EDITGRIAL STAFF coOrdinaTeS The funcTions of The diTTerenT sTaTTs of The ENGINEER. Harmony among The ediTors is viTal, for if one sTaTT is lax The enTire magazine will be held up. The ENGINEER has been TorTunaTe in having capable and hard-working men on its ediTorial sTaTT This year. THE "INNER CIRCLE" composed of The ModeraTor, Fr. John Vrana, Edi- Tor-in-Chief Bob MerkerT, ExecuTive EdiTor John Pilcicki, and Business Manager Howard Avil, are The ones direcTIy responsible Tor The publica- Tion of The magazine. Changes in layouf, choice of cover, and selec- Tion of arTicles, are only a few of The rnaior decisions ThaT They musT 'Face each issue. T'l.lN'l Il THE VILLANOVA ENGINEER was published Tour Times This year. Each issue TeaTured one of The en- gineering divisions. Because of The iniTiaTive and hard work of The EdiTor-in-Chief, Bob MerkerT, The magazine was compleTely revised and many new ideas were incorporaTed. Many arTicles were vvriTTen by arTs and business sTudenTs along wiTh The usual Technical TeaTures vvriTTen by engineers. WITHOUT THE AID OF MANY MEN The magazine could noT go To press once, leT alone appear Tour Times a year. IT is To These men, The general sTaTT, Thar much crediT is due Tor such a Tine publicaTion. sa. Chi Epsilon Mu FronT row: J. Woodward, J. Driscoll, E. Kelly, W. Byrne, M. Reading, E. Yannel, R. Wagner, R. Merkeri. Second row: J. Whelan, J. Rice, N. Drislane, W. Kenny, H. Siegfeld, J. Clark Dr.l Koliner, Moderator, R. Holden, J. Schneider, J. Simpson, R. Gershner, D, Roop, W. Galm Back row: F. Penry, J. KasTolinick, W. ValiTski, J. Cooke, J. Regan, R. Conner, W. Baron, W. Marinack, J. Lauzon, J. McCullough, J. Krackeler. Villanova Tau Pi, The local chap- Ter of Pi Tau Sigma, was insTalled aT The UniversiTy in The Spring of 1958. This is a NaTional Honorary Mechanical Engineering FraTerniTy, whose members are high-ranking sTudenTs in The Junior and Senior classes. IT has as iTs obiecTive The TosTering of high ideals oT The en- gineering profession and develop- ing in sTudenTs of mechanical en- gineering The aTTribuTes necessary Tor eTTecTive leadership. .To give recogniTion To scholasTi- cally ouTsTanding sTudenTs and To esTablish more presTige Tor The UniversiTy, Chi Epsilon Mu, The en- gineering honor socieTy was re- born. OriginaTing in The l93O's, Chi Epsilon Mu Tiourished briefly and Then came To an abrupT end as an honor socieTy wiTh The begin- ning of World War ll. This year marks The TirsT Tull year of exisTence for This organizaiion, which iT is hoped, will evolve inTo a chapTer of The naTional engineering honor socieTy, Tau BeTa Pi. This goal of naTional socieTy accepTance and The aim To encourage scholasTic achievemenT among engineers are The primary obiecTives of The soci- eTy's program. This year's membership was composed of seniors, iuniors, and TourTh year N.R.O.T.C. sTudenTs. The require-menTs Tor membership and The consTiTuTion have been paT- Terned aTTer Tau BeTa Pi's To Tacili- TaTe The union wiTh The naTional organizaiion. Pi Tau Sigma Fronf row: J. Hargadon, M. Veniura, G. Chrisiman, T. Breslin, J. Rice. Back row: P.-Smar- gassi, J. Woodward, W. Somerville, W. Hixson, J. Driscoll, G. BechT, D. Powers, R. HlbberT. .S. M. E. The A.S.M.E., a professional engineering soci- eTy, was organized vviih The primary purpose of puTTing The sTudenTs in conTacT wiTh leaders of every major branch of mechanical engineering. The socieTy enables The sTudenTs To begin profes- sional developmenr and To build imporTanT social and professional conTacTs aT an early daTe. AfTei graduaTion The sTudenT member is promofed To associaTe member which will help him gain early recogniTion in his field. ff? -cv-rr", 9 IT WAS A LITTLE COLD, buT The seniors and iuniors of The A.S,M.E. gallanTly posed for The above picTure. Fronf row: J. Woodward, PresidenT, Mr. McElhenny, Mod- eraTor, J. Driscoll, Vice-President Back row: B. Irving, Sec- reTary, Mel VenTura, and Bill Hixson. AN AIR COMPRESSOR TEST is conducted by Three A.S.M.E. members under The supervision of Mr. Menz. .fx qi ,fl THE OFFICERS of the A.I.Ch.E. discuss organization problems before start- ing the year's activities. From left to right, R, Gerstner, Treasurer, J. Clark, Vice-President, Dr. Yuen, Moderator, J. Regan, President, and M. Marinak, Secretary. In order to promote a professional outlook among chemical engineering undergraduates, the American Institute of Chem- ical Engineers vvas formed. In reaching this goal, speakers, movies, and plant trips are employed. This year the A.I.Ch.E. is under the capable leadership of President John Regan and Dr. Yuen the Moderator. Activities included speakers in plastics and chemical sales, movies on the petroleum industry and fluid flow, and plant trips to Scott Paper Co., Kimble Glass, and Allied Chemical and Dye. Other officers are James Clark, Mike Marinak and Rich Gerstner. Their duties include planning the year end picnic and organizing the annual clean-up of "Mendel Pond." ON THIS PARTICULAR sunny autumn afternoon, the senior and iunior Chemical engineers took time out from laboratory work to have their picture taken. Active membership in the A.S.Ch.E. consists mainly of seniors and iuniors. A. I. Ch. E. SENIORS JIM Maher and Joe Corcoran appear deeply en grossed in the experiment on heat exchangers. THE LARGE MEMBERSHIP ot the A.S.C.E. is pictured here before the statue of St. Thomas of Villanova. THE MEN RESPONSIBLE for the success ot A.S.C.E.'s endeav- ors are Matt Mazza, President, Charles McDevitt, Secretary, Lee Christensen, Treasurer, and Frank Lamprecht, Vice- President. A. S. C. . Civil engineering students get a tirst hand look at actual engineering problems through their membership in the American Society of Civil En- gineers. Through plant trips and speakers the students gain many benehts which they otherwise would not receive. The first plant trip this year was to Sparrows Point, Md., where they were guests ot Bethlehem Steel Corp. Their newspaper, "On the Level," is published monthly by the senior members. C.E.'S AT WORK. ln the distance we see Joe Cooke waiting patiently for Matt Mazza and Frank Lamprecht to complete their measure- ments. .I. E. E.-I. R. E. Student engineering societies offer prospective en- gineers a chance to familiarize themselves with the industry into vvhich they will enter upon graduation. The American Institute of Electrical Engineers-Institute of Radio Engineers branch at Villanova has accom- plished this end through a vvell rounded program of field trips, guest speakers, and social functions. Founded in 1933 as the A.l.E.E. it combined in 1951 with the I.R.E. to form a ioint student branch. Today this organization has an active membership of one hundred fifty students. Well supported by the society's enthusiastic mem- bers, the activities have included lectures by speakers from Philadelphia Electric, General Electric, Philco, and Westinghouse. The many field trips have taken the student engineers to generating stations, tele- phone offices, manufacturing plants and other elec- trical installations. Perhaps the most popular of the meetings was "Career Night" at which time, alumni engaged in different aspects of electrical engineering discussed the benetits and future in each phase of vvork. 4 i X t i It .i f f . X' ' . , , THE MODERATORS of the A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. discuss the speakers' program with the stuclent officers. Front Row: Mr. Avil, Mocl- erator of A.l.E.E., Fr. Klekotka, Moderator, I.R.E., R, Merkert 1 Chairman. Back Row: J. McCullough, Vice-Chairman, R. Wag- ner, I.R.E. Secretary, J. Mingione, Treasurer, F. McBride, I.R.E. Secretary, W. Christman, Student Council Representative. SENIOR MEMBERS of the A.l.E.E.-I.R.E., largest student engineer- ing society, are pictured here on the campus in front of Mendel Hall. , . k xx., tv! ' I . if 2 ' X-tif fff. V t X. 1 V. . I ,, - I .. ' .L uf ' .X I .S ,V in , E, '-. L ' il X -' f it rlltitt lt. - if -. ' . f , ,Y , ':- f'i.'i1 A... . HERE WE FIND Charley Kallfely, Jack Fitzmaurice and Ted Leddy, editors, reporters and publishers of "The Circuit" which is a weekly social and engineering activities guide tor the E.E. Department. This paper noted for its humor is a welcome Mon- day morning diversion. Amateur Radio Club WHOOPS! Looks as though the photographer interrupted an important experiment here. John Altmiller, Joe Parillo and Dick Horn halt in the middle of their connecting while Dan McFadden prepares the data sheet. In the background, John Dineen and Joe Cacciola examine meters for proper ratings. The Villanova University Amateur Radio Club was formed to promote an educational hobby and a public service "ham" radio organization. The club, moderated by Mr. Hicks ot the Electrical En- gineering Department, plans to equip their head- quarters With a complete short-wave radio station with world-wide range. It further serves its mem- bers by instruction in radio-telegraph code and radio theory and by appropriate tield trips. Ex 'Tig ..:,-fTr""- 4 R THE CLUB MEMBERSHIP consists primarily ot seniors under the leadership ot Jim Lawless and Pete Thornten. ' L ,, f :-.f , 9552 "lf" " ' 4 Wwm-zxsae W hw' fi' With-' s ., wa 4.,, ,.. ,.,-.m,-.- 51:25 ' ?"v"'SA,f-2531 . ' X bf, - we fg 'Z an pi-Q Y x . f. ,g-2, gffifix' , , , Ef:6vALQSi.Zd:r f an 4 F' , Q ft. 6 . -' I tl' '.l. ,,, :I 5 I. 1:11 I .-L my v4 n xx 1 Education of the nurse as a whole person is the primary goal of the Nursing Division at Villanova University. The nursing faculty, by striving to mold minds as well as personalities in professional nurses, integrates a sound, basic, academic education with developed skills. Thereby, the student learns to fulfill the meaning of nursing: the betterment of mankind through the preservation of health. As a modern image of the classic "Angel of Mercy," the Villanova nurse, by gaining experience through eight nursing amliations, learns to care for the patient's mental, spiritual, and physical well-being. Thus by administering a plan of nursing care and health guidance, both in the'hospital and in public health, the Villanova nurse is performing the most personal and vital service a human being can give. She gives care and comfort to those who are unable to care for themselves. DEAN OF NURSING, Sr. M. Alma has estab- lished a strong foundation for the Division of Nursing at Villanova through her inspiration, guidance, and unceasing labors. 'FEW wr' -1.1 I ,Q 2.4 i.-me V' ' I V ,f.,. H ' ,fy X ,' , ','C"" ,. ,T .. i5"i,i,e'-iffy' , ':1'7:' 'V , ,, "' ,A T iri' '- ' -"' 'f " f 'f f' r g --15513 :,L:,j251.,:gy4 ,1g3:,gf23qg,: ,354 ,fi -1.1154 325 2, ' fi- , 1, ' ff " , , , , ,25fff?1.,-if -V351-22.11,fifviilfg -?f:i-'1fi:':rf'vi1,-, 1 " i - 7" ,,,',.JJ . ,.,.,1f3, no . 1, . n z, ,Z :.v,f,f.:f:.,V, ,W,1., sz-.,-I ,iq-,sf-,,,',' Q " 1, -,:,3,,,x -,f ,iv A K , , f, ,f , Q. " , , ., . , Q , COULD IT BE the antics of the freshmen during initia- tion that's the topic of discussion? Whatever it is, it seems to be amusing some of the Nursing faculty. Phi Theta hi Under The meaningful moTTo of "ComforTer of l-lis AfflicTed," The nurses' sororiTy, Phi TheTa Chi, seeks To aTTain religious, professional, and social goals. lTs main religious acTiviTy is The annual Communion Breakfasf held in March. EnTerTaining The aged aT ST. Ignaiius Nursing Home during The ChrisTmas sea- son fulfills The professional aim. l-lighlighTing The social season is The dinner dance held in February, BUT The mosT imporTanT social acTiyiTy is The sororiTy's iniTiaTion which provides slcepTicism for The "frosh" and humor for all. SENIORS AND OFFICERS of Pi Theta Chi SororiTy siop heavy library Traffic momenTarily To pose for a picTure. Missing are M. Marlow, senior, and C. Bracken, Treasurer. Q T M 'Yew MUSICAL THERAPY. Nurses provide enter- tainment for their "patients" at their second annual dinner dance. WH'O'S SOCIALIZING? Alice Burlington and Marty Davis are giving private tutoring lessons at St. Francis's convent while being well chaperoned from above, The Convent, in Bryn Mawr, provides a home away from home for out of town students. wwnww' tf, iqannililiilf D 25? 'nv , ,M . 5' wage L ' L ff E9 'fffit tar' feniggg. . A.: .. W , .M ., ,gy f i M, b .T A-: M ,K i eg.. ,, "HEAD BONES connected to the neck bone . . ." Sophomores introduce the Frosh to a lively Sunday afternoon iam session and at the same time seem to be reviewing anatomy. ,xxx N.. xx - ,. ,gf sf -if .ax ' 1 5" Y , lox 51- 'img .V S,,sg?q X fc, J -1 0- Xi, fftf,i'TrW,5.X yi Y K' A L. ,?za.f?"?1i ' fi Us A . . '-,SB ,fx sg. Q-2 -v.s...fs..- 12 X W ,fwzs-si., fri: iimswwrgvs :5:a.:541+.'-'ff' V ' ' k,5,p.:w,fy1-.'5.-5 . ..,,5fH,. . K fag, -1 f 99 ww- f f. v 4 215'-3gg,.'.':i.2si2'i:f:t-fi". . w W W., ,,.4,1w1v::F"2'lI ' . :dpi Tiff :- .- mir pn--. .- - 7 ...,,,, , Nursing, dynamic in nature, is practiced today in a highly scientific society. From capping through each phase of her training, the student nurse, mastering new procedures, advances toward her obiective of rendering expert nursing care to mankind. Since insight into all phases ot nursing is dependent upon an association with people, this ability to com- municate and sympathize with others is vital to the nurse in her profession. Thus, beginning with general practice, the student nurse learns to acquire selt-confidence and understanding ot others, and through the basic fields of nursing she learns to integrate her knowledge gained through endless study. u My "RALLY 'ROUND THE FL?-.G GIRLS!" Villanova R.N.'s take a break from Medical-Surgical nursing but continue supporting army morale at Valley Forge Hospital. IT'S FEEDING TIME in the nursery at St. Agnes's. Here, juniors in Ob- stetrics, Ellen Corcoran and Mary Usher demonstrate their newly ac- quired skill in the care of the new- born. w 1 "IF YOU WANT MY OPINION . . ." Marge Bonner takes a stand and gets her point across in a typical Public Health "round table" dis- cussion. PEDIATRICS AT MISERICORDIA Hospital is a full time iob for Villanova iunior nurses.Middle:"I'll eat anything to have my picture taken!" Dr. Leomporra, a Villanova alumnus, begins an admission physical assisted by Peggy McLaughlin and Mary Lou Creedon. Top: The iuniors ioin an organized play period which is an important aspect of therapy in caring for the ill child. Bottom: Gerry Hol- linger seems to have her hands full-could it be that old fashioned persuasion has failed? ----.....,,... 'P' 1 " 1- Q 3 ,glvllil . D - x f 114'-fei,v.zS'-1 - X , f ' V. X 1, If , MQ -. AQ.-., 1. f- 6' . Y A 59' .,,. my , 4, 1525 sg 1 ggi' ' "" ' W f . 8, Q2 A ,. , v V ,rg-A' - , " S ., , U wg V ' . 1-1 -.f:1.w1err:a '-'M 'W' ,,,. V.5:j:g:.,:'-:- N W k44'5':f' 1ii?:f5i.Q:f-"2.: W " fr ' w "" FL': "f::f,.5i::" I ,' Q, . q isgg- ' -43229121 f ,.,,fEf',f' 3 4 1 ' , X ,, , X lW,,w5?ff' - X., H . Nfl if ,W "-' 3 ' -"'- 4. .1 Q. 'vii' I 'a 1.7 ,r -:KU L xy, Vf f f ' 11 sw Q 4 ,323 - 1, 5 I 'EW .. , ,- ,- iv .Q -.Q .wh SH F - ,1- 93 x 7 GAREY HALL, spacious home of the Law School, houses the most modern tacilities, accommodating classrooms, and an extensive library within its beautiful walls. DEAN HAROLD GILL REUSCHLEIN iustly de- serves the praises he has earned from the results of his eHorts to consistently produce outstanding candidates for the bar. .Q fa-, , 'ff K' "l""x M' ' " ,,..,,.,,,..,,,.,,,,,, ..,, , .1 -,,,, , , , . , , ra.1':'f,g,4..t?'s1i'3'tit:f ,a,1',,fg3',2:'f.. :r'::'g-,g.:f,1- ga-f g:2.,,-fg'3s'r,54 .' .Lia-1.23--v'9.,o, "fe:-L.a1ii-1:-V-' 21" If 3. . 5 7 ""'1EZ?:,f5254'-'i'e'1.i'a2i1"i',-514f1'21-g:rf-B 13,52 1' fjj:':'-fyv' " +'e,2?-aiz- f'-,,1'p'g.,:i1:r:w- , -5 yv.g.a'f53ggQ,.1w:'.' yjijf, 5123.534:L,:g-155512Q- .11 :'1 f, 5-1-V ' " -L as ' ' n., wi'-1,-:szfav -,pa 4'-:far-:aff 4,5-f,,4::,-.zaec v,.::wg 21:21 fin H '.',.'11?:,'-,-"i:i:"!-fJi'f5'fEg.5--724-1'2" -Y 3.172 5.'1wggp- ' u -1 -. -sw-, zv'L2r,52,::' fat.:-s. in- .2.r,:'y+': -'Img '-.,-115, "' Ci - " . ',w,w122iz:',2'1 - "" -f -1 - 1. ,A - z 'f - 'z5.jQ'-,f:.'g5.-,.X jg L:.:15,.g-:.'1'.iv1,y-j- ,,.s,g. ,,g -gzjl V A' 3, 11.1, ,f "QQ, ,:w,.e , Nu.,,N H- -f -V ,,r.-.f:.- 4: ...-3144 1-.,,1,::fg.'.-.,.:':'223,Ls'f's.,:z1:-as - -5 X if-g4,11115:,g.'iQ2f:.gg-4,5-Lgf.-Ew,.p3f4::QQ',-.,,gzf ::-:gy .,-1,14 , '-fg,f...y':- y - - " ff ,- Q ff f f -- ' N , Vw,-In -mm-..--x'1w: fs.2:f"f,f1p,1p.'-- ., .V . , . . X. ,, - . , . . , Y The Villanova Law School enters the second halt ot its tirst decade facing a great challenge. ln the tive short years since its inception, the Lavv School has tirmly established a reputation tor producing high quality candidates for the bar. Rapid growth ot the Law School, both in size and stature, has been accompanied by expansion into the luxurious and complete accommodations ot .ffv 6 Garey Hall. The acclaim which has greeted the efforts ot the lavv students engaged in moot court competition, LAVV REVIEW research and writing, and before the bar, demonstrates vvell the position ot esteem that the Villanova Law School has earned to date. And the tuture holds promise ot even greater success. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF James W. Schwartz studies material tor publication in the next edition ot the LAW REVIEW. l THE MOOT COURT program includes inter-club competition, as pictured at right with participants William E. GriFFin, John G. Hall, and Peter P. Smith, and a National Moot Court team, consisting of -Edward J. Carney, David H. Moskowitz, and Gerald R. Stockman. 96 THE STAFF gathers around the conference table at a meeting of the LAW REVIEW. students-at-law prepare for practice Paralleling the classroom and textbook undertak- ings ot the student in the Law School are his endeavors in the co-curricular activities which complement the study ot law. These activities range in scope from development ot intellectual talents to coordinating social events. Writing, speaking, or just relaxing- all play an important part in the lite ot the prospective lawyer. The successes enjoy by the moot court teams, publication ot the LAW REVIEW, and various other activities give evidence to the tact that the Dean and his taculty have succeeded in their ettorts to develop the tull lawyer who will be an asset to both courtroom and community. y,..,.:,: 444-.A I H ,:::. 3 L,:: , .J-5::,?f!g.: f,QQ,fg.5Q.g11: --.1-. ,vu-22 ::ff?fM:s.:y " -55.1531 65 i ?3f1ZWW3,3 M4Q51-7? ii :f.fW552?f5Q :c.Z.g'r:jq2'Z'7 jQQQ.,Ii5ZE4-Zfil' -fzgibziqegv-yi a2'.--ASME: .W .. :W wiiiffi fra 3 Yi swi- 4 A: N131-':.i .,..'gifg ..z v is -.I 1 . li-5523: ll hw STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION officers Anthony J. Mazullo, Jr., Vice-Presb dent, Robert R. Braloson, Treasurer, and Matthew J. Ryan, President, plan events for the Advocates Ball and the annual banquet with representa- tives James A. Mullen and Patrick M. Ryan. INTER-CLUB COUNCIL rn e rn I3 e r s James J. Demarco, Gerald R. Stock- man, Edward T. Bresnan, President, Peter P. Smith, James V. Dolan, Vice-President, Edward J. O'ConneIl, Jr., Thomas J. Tuso, Treasurer, and John P. Quinn, relax in the lounge following heated discussion of,inter- club moot court competition. STUDENTS CONVERSE with iuolges, attorneys, and guests at one of the coftee hours which are the tra- ditional follovv-up to the moot court competitions, forums, and other activities. DEAN REUSCHLEIN is ioined by both faculty members and students in raising his glass in a toast as part of the social festivities at the annual Law School Christmas Party. THE HONOR BOARD, Albert L. Yarashus, Eugene Chovanes, John H. Doran, Barbara A. L. Van Horn, Chairman, and Joseph P. Kelly, discuss honor system procedure for exams. 98 Y ROBERT L. BRABSON 529 Reynolds Ave., Lancaster, Pa. - B.S. Villanova University - BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law'RevieW 2,3, Chief Justice Taney Club 1,2, Vice President 3, Student Bar Asso- ciation, Treasurer 3, Honor Board 2. EDWARD T. BRESNAN 6702 Cornelius St., Philadelphia 38, Pa. ' A.B. La Salle College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law Review 3, Cardozo Club, President 3, Student Bar Association, Representative 1, lnterclub Council Chairman 3. EDWARD J. CARNEY, JR. P.O. Box 225, Sea Bright, N. J. ' B.S. St. Peter's College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law' Review 2,3, National Moot Court 3, Certiorari Club, Student Bar Association 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer Law Club 2, Vice President 3. JOHN J. CLEARY 229 Rockingham Rd., Rosemont, Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law Review, St. lves Club, Student Bar Association, Class Representative 2. JAMES J. DEMARCO 13413 Reed St., Philadelphia, Pa. - A.B. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Moot Court 2, St. Ives Club, Secretary 2, President 3, lnterclub Council 3. JAMES V. DOLAN R.D. .7i'2, Lansdale, Pa. ' B.S. La Salle College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. .Moot Court 3, Certiorari Club, President 3, lnterclub Council, Secretary 3. JOHN F. DOUGHERTY, JR. 329 Borbeck Ave., Philadelphia 11, Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Cardozo Club 3. EDWARD H. FEEGE 301 Plymouth Ave., Oreland, Pa. 0 B.S. St. Joseph's College - BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law Review, Editorial Board 2,3, St. Thomas More Club 3, Student Bar Association 1,2,3, Executive Committee 1. villanova university law school graduates BACHELOR OF LAWS Cardozo Club 2,3. 5311 N. Camac St Philadelphia 41 BS University Of Pennsylvania WILLIAM E. GRIFFIN 480 Riverdale Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. ' A.B. Manhattan College - BACHELOR OF LAWS. Moot Court Inter-Club Competition 2,3, Certiorari Club, Student Bar Association. VINCENT P. HALEY 3335 St. Vincent St., Philadelphia 49, Pa. - B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law Review, Comment Editor, Chief Justice White Club, Student Bar Association, Representative 2, Honor Board 2. DONALD G. JEWITT 339 Lynn Ave., Springfield,-Pa. 0 A.B. Ursinus College ' BACHELOR OF LANNS. Law Review 2,3, Certiorari Law Club 1,2,3. JOSEPH P. KELLY 3051 Knorr St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' BS. La Salle College ' BACHELOR OF LAWs. Law Review 3, Moot Court Inter-Club Competition 3, Chief Justice White Club, Vice President, Honor Board 3. ROBERT J. LEVIS 1005 Richmond Rd., Broomall, Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Moot Court lnter-Club Competition 2. WILLIAM J. MACDERMOTT 7430 Elizabeth Rd., Melrose Park, Philadelphia 26, Pa. ' B.S. Sf. .loseph's College ' BACHELOR OF LAWs. St. Thomas More Law Club, Vice President. LEON A. MANKOWSKI 3004 E. Thompson St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. - B.S. St. .Ioseph's College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law Review 2,3, Moot Court Inter-Club Competition 2, St. Thomas More Club. villanova university law school graduates CHARLES J. MARGIOTTI 3907 Vaux St., Philadelphia 29, Pa. ' ELS. Villanova University - BACHELOR OF LAws. Cardozo Law Club. ANTHONY J. MAZULLO, JR. I ' 210 Ardmore Ave., Ardmore, Pa. - B.S. Villanova University - BACHELOR OF LAWS. Moot Court 3, Cardozo Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, Student Bar Association, Secretary, Vice President 3. WILLIAM E. MOWATT 317 Cherry La., Havertown, Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University. Law Review, Business Manager 2,3, Moot Court 2, St. Thomas More Club, Student Bar Association 1,2,3. EDWARD J. O'CONNELL 1128 W. Norwegian St., Pottsville, Pa. ' A.B. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Moot Court Inter-Club Competition 2, Chief Justice Taney Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 3, Student Bar Association, Inter-Club Council. JOHN P. QUINN 714 W. Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' A.B. St. Joseph's College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Moot Court Inter-Club Competition, St. Thomas More Club President, Inter-Club Council. JOHN M. REGAN 115 Edgehill Rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' A.B. University of Toronto ' BACHELOR OF LAWs. Law Review 2,3, Moot Court 2, St. lves Law Club. MATTHEW J. RYAN 21 Clover La., Newtown Square, Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWs. Moot Court lnter-Club Competition 2, Cardozo Club 1,2,3, Student Bar Association, President, lnterfClub Council, Ex Oftiicio 3. FRANK L. SCHIAVO 7051 W. Passyunk Ave., Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' B.S. University of Pennsylvania ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Chief Justice White Club. JAMES W. SCHWARTZ 2337 Haverford Rd., Ardmore, Pa. ' A.B. Duquesne University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law Review 2, Editor-in4Chief 3, National Moot Court 2, Chief Justice Hughes Club 1,2, Vice President 3, Student Prefect 1,2. PETER P. SMITH, lll 43 Park Circle, Great Neck, N. Y. ' A.B. St. .lohn's University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law Review 2, Case Editor 3, National Moot Court Team 2, Chief Justice Hughes Club 1,2, President 3, Judge Reimel Moot Court 3, lnter-Club Council 3, Student Bar Association 1,2,3, Student Prefect 1,2,3. DAVID J. STERN 615 E. Upsal St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. ' B.S. Pennsylvania State University ' BACHE- LOR OF LAWs. Chief Justice White Club, Student Bar Association 1,2,3, Inter-Club Council. GERALD R. STOCKMAN 432 Columbus Ave., Trenton, N. J. ' B.S. Holy Cross College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law Review 2,3, National lnter-Club Moot Court 2, Moot Court 3, Chief Justice Warren Club, President, Student Bar Association, lnter-Club Council. JOSEPH L. TORAK 907 Cooke La., Norristown, Pa. - A.B. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWs. Chief Justice White Club. THOMAS J. TUSO 33 Arcadia Pl., Vineland, N. J. - B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWs. Chief Justice White Club 1,2, President 3, lnter-Club Council, Treasurer 3, Judge Reimel Moot Court 2, Student Bar Association 1,2,3. BARBARA ANN VAN HORN 1804 W. High St., Haddon Heights, N. J. ' A.B. lrnmaculata College ' BACHELOR OF LAWs. Moot Court lnter-Club Competition 2, Chief Justice White Club, Secretary-Treasurer 1,2,3, Student Bar Association, Chlf Justice Honor Board 3. 1 ALBERT L YARASHUS 126 N. 3rd St., Saint Clair, Pa. ' B.S. St. Francis College, Loretto ' BACHELOR OF LAws. Moot Court 2, St. Ives Law Club, Student Bar Association, Honor Board 3. NOT PHOTOGRAPHED JOHN T. GRABLEWSKI 1611 Staub St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' A.B. La Salle College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Law Review, Articles Editor, Moot Court, lnter-Club Competition, Certiorari Club, Honor Board Delegate 2. MICHAEL S. MAMOLEN 26 Dechert Rd., Conshohocken, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF LAWs. I ABE H. TENENBAUM Eflfi, Pa. ' A.B. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. Chief Justice Hughes Club. JOSEPH MULLRAY, prominent alumnus of Villanova, receives the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws trom the Very Reverend James A. Donnellon. GEE, NO 8:3O'S! Two of the Summer students seem delighted with their schedules, the third has adopted an attitude of angelic resignation. CEREMONIAL MARCH: tor the tirst time in Villanova history, graduates walk in procession toward the field house and long-awaited diplomas. No slow pokes here, particularly among the Nuns. Summer school ot i958 had a record enrollment of over twenty- one hundred students, most ot whom were nuns and priests. Two hundred and titteen were graduated at the impressive Commence- ment Day ceremonies which included the dedication ot the new Commerce and Finance building. Library workshops, publication ot the Villanovan, participation in a brace ot plays, and goingon Held trips were but a few ot the activities enjoyed by the religious during their stay on campus. f I 4xQ93zli:i?f g,.Xe2, " , 211251 .4 J .... sr Q t , as .. .4 1., I EARLY MORNING CLASSES in The library creaTe mixed reactions in This class of nuns and lay sTudenTs. Following This Iecfure, movies will iIlUsTraTe The insTrucTor's main poinfs A MOMENT TO REMEMBER. Wifh faculfy members in aTTendance, The graduafes prepare To receive The diplomas for which They have sacrificed so much To receive. The families and friends of many graduafes are presenf. X IGHT SCHOOL NIGHTIN' GALS CHIRP away while those who are more serious prepare for the class to come. For the night school student, college education is not lust a pleasant stage of life, it is a necessity for stature which must be gained at every and any oppor- tunity. Education after an eight hour day is bound to present problems to the student and teacher alike. Under the guidance of Dean Powers, the Evening School has met these difficulties and presents a pro- gram which is both acceptable and effective. This is evidenced by the continued growth of night school enrollment under his direction. HAVE BOOK, WILL TRAVEL. This solitary stranger loads up with information before having a showdown with an ornery exam. THE BEST STUDENT TRADITIONS are faithfully observed by night school students who prefer the corridor to the classroom for conversation. 5 5 E ............,, .,. ' ,. 4, , 4 f , wx ,f 7 x f ff 14? M W 1 -fr-1-f 1, " 'P 75? li . ' . fa-'-2 . V Lat, , , , , ff A ' y A M! gf f ' 4 ,' 3352. I -3 I 4 x ' S , 'tj-,,-, , - u 1 x ' 4 ' I I H .. iff' V . .in 'Q Af 9 mx 1 I :Ulf-e:, "" x . . . ml.-, 1 ,5 ' ,Wy-.,,.,,z1t my 'xl Q x - xa..r,W,,f , i i? , , '- 4 ,f 5 'S A ' , 7? ,f V 4- ,Mr 7 1 - , ' ff, f'T04,:f, ' f"' 'VL - I 1- Z., t , ' GJ: ' 2? . " ' ' 4 s ' 4' 15" ' 7 ' fi? fl- V ' L' ,, iz - g. -' '15 if 'L ,. ffm fy -,' We. -w I 4 .4-QV V ,M 1-,V-'yn , - .lf ' Q 7 4122! , , ' ' xg-' . X '73 A X - -K Ax. 1 V w i. - x 5 , . . .11 -' , lj N , 3, 1. . . 1 ff' J A Q., . K ? 5 ,ff ,441 U . N" lk A 17,1-UNA .4 -, -v f , 1 ' ' SOME GUYS WILL DO ANY- THING to get a pretty girl to hold their hand. Miss Jeanette Rossi, R.N., seems Q to be clinically disinter- ested. ... ...v...g,7-gg '48-eggs' I Untamiliar to the healthy student is the intirmary. Never- theless, it is one ot the most important buildings on campus. It is an advantage tor even those who are only slightly avvare ot it because it protects them and assures a quick return to activity it illness should occur. The Infirmary is housed in Middleton Hall and the Father Intirmarian is the Rev. Francis X. Boyle, OSA. Doctor Dennis Boyle is assisted by Miss Bernadette Dooling, Miss Mary Alice Kelly, Miss Jeanette Rossi, and Mrs. Lois Nagy. Their services make the inhrmary indispensible, especially during such times as the flu epidemic last year. INTO THE BLOODSTREAM twice as fast as aspirin! Miss Bernadette Dooling, R.N., loads up tor another painful but beneficial infection. Infirmar DENNIS BOYLE, M.D., is the school physician and is in the intirmary every day to check on and to im prove the health ot the students. ,JL A W. - I I .I .4-n CAPTAIN H. T. KOONCE and his secretary watch care- Research and Development fully to make sure that the calculating machine remains under control. W THE PRINTING PRESS was invented in the titteenth century and ever since it has been getting more complex. Father Vrana, who directs the printing, will attest to this. CAPTAIN MARTIN J. GILLAN has directed Research and Development through its inception and expansion. In its strides as a University, Villanova included in i953 the Department of Research and Development. The purpose of this department is to encourage and facilitate publication by faculty members. Under the direction of Rev. John J. Vrana, O.S.A., and Professor Gillan, the "Villanova Press" has grown to an important position for technical and educational publications. 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A-,,1f9f,?f'M,-'El5'wf2:6731 V" 1 K VL .. v ies-11'---"-2 w::w1'-f,1v- 'gf -w-' -. -vf -1.v.wf.:f- - , ,f 4, y - A Q fi AS AN ADJUNCT to their classroom study of modern methods in ship propulsion, these Naval Engineering students are flying to visit the nuclear reactor that supplies the Pittsburgh area with electricity. This power plant is the prototype of the propulsion unit on the U.S.S. Nautilus. as may T ABOVE MIDN 2!c wait to Fall in" for swimming and lite-saving school. so if , ,V ' ,f ,MX 3" , ' - A ' fi ,rf -T ' .7552 fjyf NAVY Villanova, along with 5l other colleges and uni- versities became a training site for Naval and Marine omcers, offering regular and reserve commissions to NROTC graduates in l9-46 with the introduction ot the Holloway Plan. Rigorous selection standards, disci- pline, and able instruction in naval science, tactics and leadership have since established the NROTC unit here as among the best in the nation. Theories learned in the classroom are given a practical foundation during summer cruises on which the midshipmen take part in fleet exercises. THE NROTC Rifle Team, coached by Technical Sergeant Edward T. Molcany and captained by Lou Spevitz, represents Villa- nova at local ROTC rifle matches. y, i RAPID SEQUENCE photography catches the Varsity Drill Team executing a "Pin Wheel" as part of their exhibition at the Admiral's Review. Commanded by MIDN 2!c Terry Connell, the Drill Team has gained a widespread reputation for its deft execution of such precision movements. THE PERSHING RIFLES pass in review for General Howard D. Hansen, Captain John W. Higgins, Jr., and the Reverend James A. Donnellon, O.S.A., University President at the Fall Review. Pershing Rifles The Perishing Rifles, a national honorary military society, was organized for the furthering of the mili- tary profession and to provide recognition for ROTC students of superior ability. Villanova's contingent, the NROTC Drill Team, has won acclaim several times for its performances at football games, in parades, and in local Naval District competition. i. 'i I ,Q ss ,T Q ,....msq.4w W -'www ' AF! i E 1 l g Y THE "BRASS" of the society, midshipmen Donald R. Anderson, Secretary, Donald G. Kempf, Treasurer, Joseph Schieder, Pres- ident, and John P. Moran, Vice-President, plan future activities. ALL THE FIRST CLASS midshipmen of the society are shown during a recess in one of the many business sessions. W ,,,.. , Quarterdeck Society Now in its fifth year as a campus organization, the Quarterdeck Society has a membership of thirty-eight First Class Midshipmen from the NROTC unit. Soon to receive their bars as either Naval or Marine officers, these men are made familiar with their chosen service and are furnished with information to further their professional development. To do this, the society provides professional men from both the Navy and the Marines as guest speakers at lectures and informal discussions. LT. ROBERT J. ZEMAITIS, USN, Moderator, and MIDN llc Joseph Schieder, President, discuss some of the business and forthcoming speakers of the society. A "T - w, '--zfzgys.-4-I. Y' -fY47i"77fmtw3:vfs:'.Z . '1'F'7"f"-YfI"f':'TPR JfQ2'E2?iE":"" 1f'Yi':f'i'? 17.2 'ff-555Ee:-'if-SIfT53':?f:,Eif3Y1fI.fE'E'gif 21,35 'T if .f'-TXT! YT "GP J - 4 S'1',q'Y- ., -'q:,s,g-. c 1 , 1 . . f vm, f -I Q ' 'T -ffcivfrz fi fr ' :zzz 'E aw- 4,-sz NIS+' as ii-' -a'.'+f::..1.f.rs- 5. Tw See: 5:-.mer54vs':e.fv:wM-NeizwNw-.T9'--:zrfglexe-5:54 n." 'Q' - T X V93 -T QA 'We T335 we 1 - 'T Tafwffi T- "-I-521255352 Af' vin. ml--:'z:S Lzisiif. ...s?r'11S:.c -'52 im'6ikbnsa,feR'N2s22:,..9.1 me ,Q .T A. t . sm -4 - I lx g W ll My 'IEP7 T 1 5 argl' V ' J N'L an L fm 9 Ji N, 1fvvA V,-,V xy V 'sffiih a ,v M? 4 6 4 QB . -,T . ., ,,, 5 J - - . 5.,:3' s W s' - " . 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Her escorT is Terry Connell, drill Team commander. TACTlCAL SMOKE screen seT up by a seaied and pre- sumably Tired swabbie obscures energeTic midshipmen and Their daTes as They warm up To a Mexican HaT Dance. A GIRL IN EVERY PORT is a Navy Tradiiion. These FirsT Classmen have To sTarT somewhere, why noi Philadelphia? Y. lf V ,I .33 ,W .Q , , 4, ' WHl obvi nexT Rv LE FOUR FIRST CLASSMEN overpose, The fifth ously a Marlboro man, hunTs up Thai long awaifed round. EXERCISE and recreaTion make one forgeT The worries of The day. Villanova 2!c MIDN meef The challenge of The University of Missouri in volleyball. LIFE of a Villanova Miclshipman in The barracks . . . casual, what? Summer Cruise A summer vacaTion aT Corpus ChrisTi, iexas, isn'T hard To Take, ask any of our second class miclshiprnen! They spenT Three weeks ashore aT The Gulf porT supposedly To receive basic Training in Naval aircraTT, buT These phoTos are enough To make a person wonder. 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The Junior float committee produced This pint- sized replica for The Detroit game at homecoming. juniars T960 WINDY ONE WINS an impromptu bubble blowing contest at the Annual Orphans' Out- V. ing sponsored by The Junior Class. ROW l: Ward, C4 Pastore, GJ Di- Blasio, S4 Sweeney, Tj lsselmann, J4 Dodge, RJ Gallagher, J4 Bennett, J4 Gervasio, R4 Pentony, J. ROW 2: O'Reilly, J4 Campbell, J., D'Agos- Tino, M4 Pearl, O4 Schweickart, R. Nigro, AJ Baratta, C4 Schanne, J. Whalen, E. ROW 3: Weber, D. Walker, J4 Scott, F4 Hagosky, J. Grace, EJ McGinley, J4 Harley, T.- Mathes, L4 Schreiber, J4 Carr, E ROW 4: O'Brien, E4 Gibley, D. Matta, M4 Burlingame, G4 Silcox D4 Rafferty, RJ McCoy, TJ Cimorelli J4 Diamond, W. 'ltElLlll!r . ull' fluff I I lT'S NOT A PHYSICS LECTURE. lt's the Junior Class Steering Committee, the largest one ever named at Villa- nova. ROW 'la Donnelly, F., Woolley, J. Shales, E., DeMarkey, W., Brougham T., Sweeney, D., Henry, W., Bonk, S. Walthy, G., Loggi, D., Barbara, A. Tedeschi, J., Murtha, F. ROW 2: Birckler, R., Mok, H., Rogers, T. Heberer, J., O'Connell, M., Laughlin J., Bohem, M., Rowe, J., Ryan, R. Baumis, C., Anderson, L., Brian, D. Audet, L. ROW-3': Sauk, A., Tomczyk P., Walsh, C., Roche, R., Ryan, P. Carlock, H., Myrtetus, J., Vincent, W. Labrecque, T., Cardone, D., LoVec Teuter, P., Johnson, R., Reddy, M. chio, C., Martin, R., Khall, T. ROW 4: SHELDON POLLOCK is President of the Class of T960 and the driving force behind its activities. TWO UPPERCLASSMEN sneaked into the first grade section to get a better view ot Santa. They are the ones not wearing striped shirts. ON THE DOWNBEAT, GENTLEMEN. Varsity haltback John Daniels assumes a Jolson-like position to inspire young singers. - ft -cf z .Ax " l f "' .s .. 4 ,.,, 4 MH V... . JACK OF ALL TRADES, Junior Class Secretary Jack HeFfernan gingerly ofters a skunk for sale to high school girls attending a press conference. THAT'S MY CANDY FATSO. This young gentleman sees Through whis- kers and bowl-fulla'-ielly laugh. ROW T, Olsen, K., Cantwell, J., Murphy, P., Gay, J., Fay, G., DiMarco, A., Pollock, S., Ciesielski, S., Kierney, C., Tenaglia, N., Gerstner, R., Freda, A., Schmidt, J., Murphy, D. ROW 2: Lauezzoli, P., Elsinger, B., Pasternak, G., Cost, J., McCuc, M., Wolf, T., Kraimer, K., Castano, J., Donoghue, J., Daniel, J., Maucher, L., O'Hara, T., Gomes, J. ROW 3: Bergmann, J., Richel, V., Ropain, D., Laivey, F., Bear, H., Wallace, P., Grobus, J., Smolinski, F., Fisher, J., Stough, H., Boes, F., Nolan, J., Cucuzzella, V. ROW 4: Wallin, J., Whalley, J., Tep, per, T., Probert, T., Rietzke, J., Camp- bell, J., Scott, E., Costolnick, J., Poliz- zotto, J., Grant, P., Perry, F., O'Leary, J., Peretti, T. ROW l: Heffernan, J., Longworih, P., Augello, G., Vreeland, W., Echlin, L., Celenfano, W., Byrne, W., Ellison, C., Maher, J., Drislane, N., Hender- son, D., Williams, J., Wines, R., Shotfer, R. ROW 2: lhfland, P., Hayes, D., Coffey, F., O'Connor, R., Media- Tore, R., Perozziello, F., Hinkle, J., Hillman, H., Tragesser, L., Wilson, W., Martucci, L., McAndrevvs, J., Vitale, N. ROW 3: Horowitz, M., Phillips, D., Zeszula, H., Magray, R., Prime, T., Palughi, M., McCreedy, B., Anronini, N., McCullough, J., Des- fosses, L., Lersch, P., Schalk, J., Speveiz, L. ROW 4: Bowersick, P., Godesky, R., Mulcahy, J., McCauley, R., Kempen, R., Duryea, A., Fisher, A., Aloruzese, J., Benfe, B., DuRocher, J., Stein, A., McConnell, F., O'Kane, T. wg.. .- 4.7 :Q 'A l ,:. W' I TT' . , .-r, l- - -.iff - y -. f . ' T I QT. 4 . 5 , ' 'ri Y' u 1" 1 . ABOVE: SHELDON POLLOCK and Ron Dobies bring oflice work home To 1'he dorm. CENTER: THE ORPHANS' CHRlSTMAS Pariy shown was The result. RIGHT: GET A RElNDEERl This vintage model doubled as SanTa's sleigh for The Orphans' Ouling. lf couIdn'T mount roofs, but it got There. ..,. I h .. ., .,-V,-,:3 V f1'.,,'r'.,1f,...,v,',,sy,,A.,.f. X ..g.,,:,. -1 THAT'S A CLASS RING. George Packer of Dieges 8: ClusT sTarTs with fundamentals in showing The Ring CommiTTee whaT They will do. THIS IS CHARITY? The ChariTy Ball is a work of mercy Cproceeds go To ST. Johns Orphan agej, but The Juniors found iT To be a good Time Too IDOL OF THE JUNIOR CLASS, Zorro was The h1T of The Orphans OuTing. ROW I: Pfeiffer, T., Kanfra, R., Bohny, R., HoyT, R., Seigel, W., An- narella, V., Allen, D., Devaney, D., Reilly, T., Memminger, J., Sullivan, R., Geddis, R., Paiak, G., Calabrese, T. ROW 2: WendT, J., Kilker, C., Farrell, P., Conine, J., Meade, A., BonTanTi, P., Donkelly, T., Carroll, C., Donovan, B., D'Alessio, S., Brady, J., Bonino, J., Driscoll, J. ROW 3: Wel- berscheid, J., Haiduh, F., Siegfeldf, H., Pafernostro, R., Alfemus, R., Trella, T., Proppre, C., SmiTh, D., Moakley, T., Miller, H., Brossy, A., Keller, I., Schick, L., Morin, J. ROW 4: Cosfanza, F., Carroll, J., Brennan, P., Klinclc, R., OuelleTTe, J., Galm, W., Falini, D., Dalesandro, J., Walsh, R., Brennan, R., Pfoser, W., McKenzie, D. ROW 5: Marinak, M., SmiTh, W., Barron, W., Wiele, F., ChrisTensen, G., Wallin, B., Scavella, J., Sullivan, W., DiFFley, M., Moore, G., Schwarzer, T., Romeo, J., WesT, E. ROW 6: McCormack, J., Mayer, J., Malloy, P., Furd, S., Kelly, L., Proud, G., Marz, D., Blackwell, H., Jones, T., Maher, J., Smilgen, P., -Carton, S., Ferraro, R., Viola, R. ROW ln DeVirgiliis, C., lanieri, R. DePlato, C., Tidball, B., Lacko, M. Kopko, J., Kimnach, C., Greisiger, F., Lacey, T., Weinert, J., Furlow, R. CZavs, R., Appolonia, M. ROW 2 Schmid, E., Jackson, F., Ferguson, J. Feiler, R., McGowan, J., Brown, L. Macaluso, J., Dawling, E., Fitzgerald T., Cauley, T., Silveri, N., DeChula T., Cayo, J. ROW 3: Fettig, C. O'Brien, J., Slattery, T., O'Brien, J. Kitto, A., Rolls, J., Bihkemheuer, J. Hirscher, G., McManus, B., Muir, C. Costa, D. ROW 4: Jackson, R., Ayers H., Brown, T., Donohue, J., McCarthy, D., Kempton, G., Gallen, J., Keeley, R., Hut, F., Santo, D., Martino, J. Breslin, M. ROW 5: Welsh, F., Al lard, P., Lynch, E., Bradley, W. Reiley, P., Redgate, M., Riethrniller R., Kay, J., Madden, F., Kenney, W. Keegan, J. ROW 6: Rao, J., Kulak E., Ziegler, D., Pultorak, J., Ruth, L. Tuohy, J., King, J., Fadden, D., Ma: lott, J., Finkelston, R., Connolly, T. McCluney, J. SANTA'S HELPMATES. At left, some nurses assist in preparation tor the Christmas Party. Above: Electioneers try hard to prove that their candidates are not all wet. ROW l: Catalino, J., McCoy, D., Schubert, J., Rominiecki, R., UphoFF B., Harper, R., Sohon, H., Rhodes, E. Santangelo, C., Pisecco, P., Connor J. ROW 2: Chapley, J., Andiario W., McGinnity, T., Federico, J., Lydic K., Federico, D., Flanagan, L., Dough- erty, G., Meaney, G., Hawley, P., Boose, R. ROW 3: Cottrell, J., Gal- lissey, W., O'Rourke, M., Eberle, W., D'Orsaneo, J., O'Brien, T., Dorsey, J. Hurlbrink, A., Kinslow, R.. ROW 4: Provenzano, A., Talarico, P., Higgins J., Jaggers, D., Henry, J., Gibbons W., Swift, D., Uebele, C., Shurko G., Stabene, F., Kolisnyk, D. ROW 5: Carsello, J., Glinka, T., Murray, J., Macklin, A., Dagney, J., Bren- nan, F., Devine, T., Brothers, R., Watson, P., Robb, W., Duckworth, E. ROW 6: Dzubak, B., Turner, J., Beamn, T., Donlin, N., Pietropoha, R., Dunne, D., Cantono, W., McDevitt, J., Burns, J., Connolly, B., McGetti- gan, J., Godwin, R. 1 f I I I Bachman, J., Greco, R., Kelly, D., 1 1 I ROW T, Busenkell, R., Ambrogi, Contey, F., Farrell, B., Gitfen, Rosella, J., Fitzgerald, J. ROW 2 Douglass, J., Saitta, M., Ryan, T Brady, C., Englebach, R., Scully, B Beehler, D., Strano, J. ROW 3 Bosche, W., Bullotta, R., Dolan, J Doop, J., Larghi, M. ROW 4: Barnes I D J., Calimano, A., Doyle, D., Nolan, E.,'Mozian, L. Svplzamorcs I96l RACE OF THE CENTURY. Two sophomores were honored this year with invitations to the Joyce Keilly Invitational Mile. Little John Quinn and Gus Susniara ran a unique race- it featured pit stops. gsvr B . ROW T: Smith, N., Dillon, T., Hogan, E., Mitchell, H., Raab, L., Ascoli, R., Hoftman, M., Flurley, J. ROW 2: Pierson, M., Buser, E., Monissy, J., Franz, L., Fee, J., Marone, J., Max- well, D., Baron, J., Follmer, J. ROW 3: Blot, H., Clement, M., Davis, C., Cusack, M., Leonzi, J., Crarner, J., Duffy, E., Lake, D., Fink, R. ROW 4, Ruth, G., Kane, J., Penrose, J., Con- nors, B., Cleary, E., Rrott, F., Lam- bert, J., Nett, H. N ROW l: Flynn, K., Mitchell, H., Cas- setta, N., Flood, J., HoFFman, T., DeLisa, R., Greyson, E., Ferland, R., Nolan, P., O'Raurk, P. ROW 2: Napoli, N., Lynch, J., Carlin, J., Libutti, D., Chambers, T., Spahn, M., Hogarty, B., Raymond, T. ROW 3: Queen, R., Brogan, R., Ascoli, R., Drees, J., Keane, R., Stevens, J., Scalia, R., DeMaio, F. ROW 4: Beeh- ler, D., David, C., Jaffolla, R., Massey, A., Kuckelman, M., Valva, J. ROW 5: LoVecchio, C., Pillion, J., Khoury, A., Oberlies, J., Ciccone, J. ROW 6: Pollock, S. AN OUTSIDER. Bob DeLisa, Sopho- more Class president, seems to be on the outside looking in at the work of his fellow ottlcers. McKar, F., Driscoll, J., Zurinskas, V., ROW l: Giammarino, B., Collura, M., Colasanto, A., Scanlo, P., O'Neill, M., Greyson, E., Davis, M., Leitz, A., Collins, J. ROW 2: Bramwell, L., White, B., McGahan, M., Velenza, M., Schultz, K., Flood, J., Sheets, P., O'Keefe, S., DeLiloeris, R., Gates, H., Cardarelli, J. ROW 3: Mergliano, R., Marlin, L., Vaughey, N., Kearns V., Atlee, W., Raidy, G., Carolan, F., O'Dea, J., Caputo, C., Kelly, G. ROW 4: Kardas, S., Patria, R., Cor- roon, J., Kuckelman, M., Wesley, M.- Cheezic, R., Green, A., Khoury, A., Springer, F., Boufford. ROW 5: Mul- likin, J., Armand, J., FiLeccia, R.- McClay, J., Piscatelli, A., Donohue J., Faccidomo, W., Nordheim, W., Moriarty, E., Pacello, F., McAteer, H Pilla K , - r 1 1 fl " ,. WHADHESAY? Bob DeLisa's acknowl- edgements To Those who were re- sponsible for The success of This Year's Sophomore Cotillion seem a bit puzzling. SOUTHERN COTll.l.lON. Despite the lack of mint iuleps, there was a good crowd. N W+.w.w.v . .C .., 1,1 T? .2 N, 1,- IY- f W! ROW 'ln Donohue, T., Allen, R., Ver- recchia, M., Napoli, N., Phybella, R. Lieblein, W., Glennon, J,, Gerry, J. Tracy, D., Calhoun, D., Carney, D. Soltis, D., O'Brien, D. ROW 2: Mat! Thews, A., Lisitski, J., Wise, E., Koval J., Assdale, W., Sullivan, R., Clam L., Phillips, J., Milotisk, A., Leisey W., Nastri, T., Murphy, W., Plowman R., Russell, C. ROW 3: Alessandrini L., Kirk, V., Reddington, M., Felch G., Lucas, G., Mirarchi, R., Kline, C. Dorgan, J., Nettleton, J., Dodsworth A., Boettger, W. ROW 4: Kelley C., O'Donnell, J., Ciccone, J., Lilien thal, S., Furey, J., Boundas, T., Dono hue, M., Graczyk, R., McClennen R., Smith, J., O'Donnell, J., Fogaroli R., Benedetto, R. ROW 5: Wolting Ton, H., Jennings, A., Regan, R. McGrath, J., Brennan, D., Judson, J. Ottati, P., Cassin, W., Bathgate, L. Bergal, R., Scanluon,.T., Swartz, C. THEN WHAT HAPPENED? Intermission without con- versation is Tyranny. .-1-.,.u,:. wmmm1:-xsnsuwmmmm 1x0-X. . Q -wxwxeulsvz.-1v.v 1 ROW in Marchese, F4 Chambers, T. Gavin, T4 Strazzella, J4 Cordell, R. Zacchei, AJ Schobert, D4 Bauso, A. Spahn, M4 Corson, KJ McAteer, J. Gillen, J. ROW 2: Redmond, R. Riche, A4 Tassone, NJ Woltungton H4 Jennings, A4 Brogan, RJ Mac- Neal, B4 Walsh, Dj Lynch, J4 Carich hott, J4 Gormley, RJ Magee, D. Cicci, J4 Guarnieri, F. ROW 3: Ray mond, T4 Fowler, J4 Gogoi, S4 Zeh ler, E4 Dainton, R4 Dunn, FJ Whele han, R4 Beltch, H4 Rugel, A4 Baron D4 Nardini, E4 Santillo, F4 Allen M4 Swartze, S. ROW 4: Sheehan J4 Bress, J4 Hogan, W4 Lesoravage EJ Pillion, J4 Obester, Aj Seal, J. Scheidel, J4 Clarke, W4 Schwartz R., Calissi, P., Dare, J. ROW 5: Mul vihill, J4 Pedisich, J4 Desiderio, R. Costango, J4 Locandro, RJ Gatti, J. Bagshaw, R4 Bossert, BJ Capobianco J4 Lawless, C4 Richardson, Pj Noth stein, KJ Millon, J. i SHADES OF LAWRENCE WELK. At the Cotillion, Howard Lanin provided the music and the inspiration, Sophs had to bring their own bubbles. ON THE ROCKS, PLEASE. A punch break at intermission. DON'T FENCE ME IN. This singer's request goes unheeded. Gris? 1 9 ROW l: Rosica, J., Joseph, L., Foley, P., Giagnacova, A., Jennings, A., Kuckelman, M., Walsh, D., MacNeal, B., Kean, R., Galatas, F., Nolan, P., Hogarty, D. ROW 2: Cassetta, N., Kwiatkowski, L., Clark, J., Pristavec, T., Scatuccio, J., Schrier, R., Lieber- man, W., O'Connell, D., Kranston, L., Menster, M., Ferland, R., Libutti, D. ROW 3: Corley, J., Capossela, J., Clune, L., Clemens, R., Redding, J., Cavanna, A., Eberle, F., Cooney, R., Unclercofnller, H., Mulvihill, J., Phair, J., O'Brlen, J. ROW 4: Werner, G., Daly, J., Coursey, N., Doran, T., Natal, T., McDevill, T., Gordon, T., Stonier, P., Michener, K., Dooley, J., Hooker, J. ROW 5: Wolhngton, H., Schaller, E., O'Brien, J., Brocchi, R., Hamburger, J., Livezey, J., Sharkey, W., Murphy, D., Rieker, J., Reiker, T., Oberlies, J., Stenicky, A. ROW l: Kelly, J., Keener, E., Smith, L., Pizzi, F., Pilla, K., Kilbride, J., Palsir, J., Brown, T., Donahue, D. ROW 2: Gerosa, C., Bohn, R., Fol- som, T., Donohue, J., Camden, E., Wargo, R., Kamarad, T., Reeves, G., Kyle, G., Lynn, J., Grenon, D. ROW 3: Drees, J., Walsh, J., Watson, B., Cunicelli, P., Flynn, K., Luongo, D., Atlee, W., Dellevigne, J., Sugiura, J., Flynn, T., Jindra, F., Knast, C. ROW 4: Conboy, B., Piscatelli, A., Facciclomo, B., Connelly, J., Normile, D., Tumeltx, M., Murray, D., Fitz- patrick, P., Boyle, J., Haley, F., Gerstemeier, J. ROW 5: Tanner, D., Kozlowski, C., George, P., Fries, D., Rose, G., Medio, M., Hellenbrank, J., Morrissey, J., LoPiccolo, P. SOPH UNDERSTUDIES bravely pose in the mouth of the Sullivan Hall Wildcat. ..W4QQ,s1f,,'- , 2- f 1- . .2 -,--, - ' ' -s :- : ' - l'D LIKE YOU to meet my date, Jane, er l mean Janet, no, BETTY, that's it. ' A -v -: W. . I . - .'. i ..- x 1 L --L, f .T vm.. xwm.mwamxw..a. . . MIRROR, MIRROR on the wall Marian White caps Angela Colan- santi. FRONT: Barunas, G., Di Paul, J. McCormick, F., Famularo, J., Kietsaa M., Lucas, J., Schneider, R., Mc Namar, T., Fornadel, J. ROW 1: Rhodes, J., McGill, J., Damico, P. Ste-eb, R., Diorio, D., Tamborlane R., Melini, C., Pursell, G., Murray A. ROW 2: Lipani, J., Nelson, J. Kelly, J., Denlinger, E., Timby, T. Toth, B., Morrissey, P., McKeough Reilly, T. ROW 3: Needham, J. Matthews, B., Palmer, C., Fagan, F. Urynowicz, S., Emerle, E., Healey R., Kelly, D. ROW 1: Whalen, C., Neill, H., Ctager D., Scalia, B., Volpe, J., Valua, J. Thornton, F., Fitzgerald, D., Bohan R., Massey, M. ROW 2: Mink, E. Norris, C., McDevitt, W., Cekits, D. Seller, J., McMahon, J., Kuckelman M., Cleary, J., Fiorelli, D., Schlemmer T., Reddy, T., Murphy, T. ROW 3, Happ, E., Durney, R., Luebking, T. Lasko, J., Cerchio, M., Tighe, M. Donahue, R., McDonnell, J., Delaney R., Kelly, J., McNeil, G., Loughlin E., Lefkowski, R. ROW 4: Matey G., Miller, J., Runge, P., Schwartz M., Ciesielski, J., Ricart, A., McGarry J., Moby, J., Sudniuk, E., DeMaio F., Zifchak, D., Engblom, C., Crawl ford, P. ROW 5: Ganclara, N., Terry R., Labruna, N., Burke, P., Hamilton J., Kearns, V., Driscoll, K., Gelinas G., Wilder, R., Nordheim, B., Pizzi F., Renaldo, T., Gensits, L. f 1 1 1 1 1 I ROW l: Esposito, R.: Mclntyre, T.: Tarlecky, B.: Berry, D.: Koller, A.: Matyskiela, F.: Braithwaite, J.: Lar- son, W.: Notoris, R.: Corsini, R. ROW 2: Sponheirner, R.: Hurley, P.: An derson, J.: Crawtord, D.: Sherman S.: Ronollo, R.: Schneider, G.: Shar baugh, W.: Hannan, J.: Letts, W. Regan, J. ROW 3: Lazar, R.: Kelly W.: Kreidler, L.: Smith, W.: McFad den, H.: Langan, J.: Zedalis, R. Murray, J.: Meinhardt, W.: D'Attiho D.: Beam, R.: Battista, A. ROW 4 Connelly, T.: Sculty, W.: Mascioni A.: Friel, W.: Wagner, R.: Sherman R.: McShea, R.: Vetrano, R.: Din neen, P.: Lambiase, V.: O'Neil, E. Pendergast, J. ROW 5: Storniolo S.: O'Neill, W.: McNulty, R.: Rug giano, L.: Smith, J.: Dwyer, R.: Day R.: Robbins, J.: Kelly, P.: Horn, N. 1 1 1 1 1 1 r r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 May, R.: Diaz, H. ROW 6: O'Hara P.: Kelley, J.: Sovera, E.: Haverlin R.: Hyde, B.: O'Neill, R.: Wagner J.: Connors, E.: Lewis, W.: Gibala R.: Giorgini, G.: Bidnar, C.: Held, D ROW 7: Speers, W.: Hodell, J.: Renn D., Emerle, L.: schilm, J., Kelly, cf Lisa, W.: Wittman, J.: Sheppeck, J.: Donahue, J.: Malanchuk, D.: Mus carella, J.: Szachara, L. 1 fr" was we l' l962 , .. --gi 5.1-.1 WHO'S THE LEADER OF THE GANG? lt's not Mickey Mouse: it's a scream- ing freshman leading a group of classmates to a rally. Ls fp I 9: N .- 9116 hm lfl "A STRANGER AND AFRAID." A freshman wonders what he will make ot this world in four years. Brewer, R., Wilusz, T., Chartier, R., Callan, R. ROW 2: Carnaghi, L. Delaney, D., Schmitt, C., Harvey, C., Hoesch, M., Smith, J., Rohn, W., Ryan, T., Bentz, F. 'ROW 3: Fallon M., O'Donnell, J., Lisser, J., Schvvaf S., Verna, R., Torello, R., McCarthy Costabile, A., Quilter, T., Carcla mone, R., O'Brien, D., Turey, D. McArthur, W., Kriesen, A., Baker J., Mulheam, R., Garvel, J., Mullen T. ROW 5: Kelly, W., Reed, D. Rosedale, P., Ostertag, G., Harron T., Dakin, J., Hughes, T., Herce, J. 1 Anthony, J., Guinto, V. ROW 6: Breen, P., Sprittel, W., Peschio, D. Catalano, F., Raganella, W., Persa S., Geiger, C., Pecorara, J., Solensky J., McGee, J., Meade, J., Bloor, J. Deane, K. ROW 7: Ricciardi, J. Harris, M., Carter, T., Germer, R. Garigliano, J., Zeigler, J., Smale, J. Scioli, T., Justice, G., Gillings, D. Zhelesnik, J., Bach, T., Curran, T BWANA BWANA-UNGOWA! Horcles of natives view tribal contest and encourage team with guttural ex- clamations. STARTING OFF RIGHT. The Fresh' men wait in their first ot many lines. I HOPE HE'S ALRIGHT. Anxious parents get their tTrst glimpse of Villanova. .7121 . ' .... f:2TLs7", ' .H-:f,1zilALc51-ir 'iz' 'f " ' ' l x?E5.,,...kf.V,, , . .1 ' Y. 1:3 ri 1 , ,W 'fi ' 1 3 5225- .yr ' .. ' " 5 . i F, ' ' 3 ifiggtif-.Fifl'f' Qi',,f.?' ' K 'W' .4 QFZQWEQ- LI : IH, . fl. ,Si . ,lf V ,C .2,,s ,V v ,QQQ 1 1 f if-ia f ,, ' ,. 1 , -, .Wi-1i3fp ,.., .' 'QU ' ' " 2' 'e' . T Q "U N, t , fr F' .TL ' lg' . . - -T - .Taffy ., A I ng . , jim V K lg Q 3' 7 LJ 9? ROW iz Durachka, R., Stevenson, J., Lacey, J., Bollini, J., Corrigan, G., 1 1 1 B., Kent, M., Gallo, R. ROW 4' I I 1 1 NO PARKING ALLOWED, but the line doesn't seem to move. SIAMESE SPEED DEMONS. Couples teamed up for the three-legged race, one of the tTrst events of MutT Day. ALL TOGETHER NOW. Freshmen singers get an idea of the Villanova boy-girl ratio. in. 4.2" k-MQ .aff .mmwmwuarwuffxzw mumvma x ROW iz Mannion, J., Graco, S., Oprouseck, S., Harrington, R., Nu- gent, W., Stapf, M., Donnelly, A., Brestle, G., Fenstermaker, R. ROW 2: Muir, E., Kornowski, T., Venuto, J., Dittmer, J., Amend, J., D'Addyio, A., Miller, W., Vostreys, R., Morrell, J. ROW 3: Brashears, R., Stout, J., Lebowitz, A., Sabatino, F., Begley, J., Coletta, R., Carnillone, R., Crean, J., Evan, R., Hannafin, T. ROW 4: Kelly, J., Kiernan, E., lacovella, F., Stemniski, M., Rudolph, R., Perugini, A., Degvvitz, R., Gehringer, J., Sar- bello, S., Murphy, R., Voelcker, H. ROW 5: Reagan, R., DiVittorio, A., DeMarino, D., Rademaker, W., Gal- len, T., Venticinque, L., O'Malley, J., Kelly, M., Fileger, R., Nennoyla, R. ROW 6: O'Brien, P., Risi, T., Rudden, F., Bravner, M., Drinkhall, J., Smith, L., Milon, J., McCormick, R., Lake, J., Mulcahy, R., Faulkner, P. ROW 7: Taszarek, QB., Messaroba, J., DeLurenzo, R., Willmott, J., Jen- sen, E., Cicero, J., Pegeuse, H., Southard, A., Mecklenburg, J., Ryan, J., Hackett, J., Lawler, W. ROW la Cambria, M., Grove, D., Craven, R., Donnelly, T., Paonessa, J., Pachence, R., Sullivan, W., Shea, K., DeSanto, J., Sweeney, R., Ven- anzi, T., Shea, D. ROW 2: Pisiro, D., Menz, S., Alfieri, D., Blacketer, J., Foy, E., Dempsey, T., Mone, M., Finnegan, W., Dinnien, J., Valgenti F., Naughton, M., Martin, D., Coccia, A. ROW 3: Rosasco, S., McCook, R., Lauzon, M., Hurley, G., Ring, K., Bechholcl, B., Reilly, B., Graziano C., Larkin, R., Coher, J., Burke, T., Mruz, J. ROW 4: Greco, R., Luca- tuorta, P., Hubman, J., Cavanaugh J., Broglio, R., Bellini, E., Latlerty C., Mozer, D., McKelvey, J., Car- clullo, F., Senger, B., Anastacio, J., Sabo, W. ROW 5: Campbell, C.- Flack, W., Delmonte, G., O'Connor, T., Wall, T., Foley, J., Kennedy, P., Bove, F., Silvestre, J., Simpson, R., Liggera, J., Wallace, J. ROW 6: Warner, J., Whelan, J., Kaufmann, R., Rebel, R., Lohr, E., McFadden, T., Blaszczyk, C., Bohn, V., Frascella, A., Wasilewski, J., McMahon, T., D'Aquili, G. ROW 7: Schler, W., Welde, J., Williams, D., Schlett, B., Pettinico, G., Sarbello, J., Cannon, B., Lahey, T., Garay, J., Learning, J., Longo, J., Morroney, M. 1 r 1 I 1 BATTLE OF THE BULGE. Sophomore bulges gave them the weight advan- tage. PARDON ME? The Freshmen are courteously encouraged to cheer at a slightly higher volume by a suave, debonair member of the orientation committee. SIGN IN, PLEASE. Freshmen await first en- i I . 1 I I counter with collegiate red tape. 'L-Ldedpn. A RINGERl The Frosh won the edge in the horseshoe pitching contest. SHAPE UP MISTER. Many Frosh ac- cepted the challenge of the NROTC program, knowing that they would receive friendly and considerate in- dividual attention. AUSTIN HALL'S BASCA ,decoration predicted the Wildcat victory over Detroit. ROW l: Sorokac, J., Cercone, W. Verrier, J., Wilkinson, R., Smolyn W., Pitz, P., Sprenger, P., Kenny, P. Dodleski, F. ROW 2: Robertson, G. Fitten, J., D'Arcangelo, A., Bradley, R., Conte, J., Hoagland, J., Costello C., Barron, E., Bottger, J., Scarito, R. Baker, R. ROW 3: Carney, J., Mc Mahon, D., Cain, J., Barrazotto, R. Stewert, J., Carey, R., Surak, R. Andiario, J., Andrews, J., Debus P., Devaney, M., Catalanello, E ROW 4: Bush, R., Gallon, R., Masso- pust, A., Puppo, R., Downey, P. Wimmer, F., Cahill, J., Loftus, R. Viola, J., Pirkai, J., Smith, D., Coogan R. Row 5: Ward, D., Padova, N., Gray, R., Devina, W., Schenck, C. Tumola, T., Fisher, J., Kirchner, T., Lusher, W., Supplee, R., Lastowka r R., Curley, M. ROW 6: Waldis, R., Kahler, J., Hare, J., Haas, F., Dris- coll, C., Bell, R., Long, W., Feighery J., Connolly, G., Dalton, R., Lennon, R., Carton, M. I I r :'... 4 . V 1.-'r r' 'w - -F M ,, ,. ... .,. . - N- -- M, .Y 5. ,.. A viih P gl I 3 E' F F- 1? F FT re- 1 N I' H 'I m . 1' 21" " F m an mstsf5f""Q . ' ...Q ,V li A -fs.-qv' V J' r- 1 3 I 3 K 3... 1. 1-wwf.. ml: , " f-ww.. Y R aa V mf!-8 J 'K' K ll :gs . .., www , Nix X u. 'J, -- - -.Mfg km . 9335 Q F Q fa?" A J- ...a ROW l: Curl, L., Sammarco, J., Pleva J., Flick, E., Antonini, M., Myers, F. Weeks, K., Lavinic, J., Cipriotti, R ROW 2: Martin, R., Mulligan, T. Cerinaraes, R., Gentile, M., Lang A., Kiniry, J., Spector, P., Denlinger, G., Fleming, J., Grech, J. ROW 3 Labus, C., Centpiella, L., Girone, J. Latorre, A., Boehmcke, D., McAllister, C., Fitzmaurice, E., Connell, R. Sweeney, J., Gannon, E., Hertz, R ROW 4: Kennedy, R., Moser, R. Pisacane, L., Simmons, J., Minerva D., Fallon, J., Viscuso, R., Tucci, H. Pras, L., DiRita, R. ROW 5: Giusto, S. Magovern, J., Kane, E., McDonough J., Janda, D., Ellis, J., Noel, J. Cesario, M., Fernandez, R., Stroud, C. Prendergast, J. ROW 6: Massey, J. Schmid, G., McMullen, R., McCarthy J., Kelly, L., Czarnecki, E., McCaffrey E., Hurley, W., Collins, R., Kropp W., Lyon, H. ROW 7: Alfaro, G. Stack, L., Ruxton, P., Calissi, G. McCrann, R., Greenstein, R., McNai mara, W., Meringolo, L., Cea, R. Booth, R., Doyle, W. I 1 I fs A FEW FROSH WERE FEMALE, all too few in the opinion of most ot their classmates. W 4 .M, A. f WM E-Ma? 'ZX 125' 5520 , ROW l: Taylor, P., Hickey, J., Di- Stefano, J., Jones, J., Fitzmaurice, R., Massi, P., Mihaly, E., Schmidt, L., Rucker, C., Gamber, M. ROW 2: Vivino, C., Ruskin, M. Casey, G., Gadrin, J., McConaghy, M., Young, A., Crouse, N., Benas, F., Morello, J., Crovvhig, S., Pomponio, J. ROW 3: Coleman, M., Spano, B., Duftey, P., Sharkey, M., Kleha, M., Yahner, J., Heap, P., Fay, M., McCrea, A., Scanlon, M., Smith, K., Walsh, N. ROW 4: Foertach, E., Busacca, J., Coppola, D., Loftus, T., McCann, R., Reynolds, L., Beloin, H., Juric, V., Drill, R., Feybeig, T. ROW 5: Po- land, R., Meinming, R., Odierno, J., O'Kufe, T., Dunphy, J., Chabent, J., Leitel, H., Rooney, W., Kenyon, D., Barlouro, J., Tendy, R. ROW 6: Maroney, M., Fernandez, T., Mc- Laughlin, M., Moss, R., Trabold, L., Avicoloi, R., Weller, R., Capone, C., Capaldo, M., Milton, J., Cargnilo, M., Mosca, G. ROW 7: Thomas, R., Luther, F., McCarthy, T., Leaner, T., Kennedy, J., Sinclair, G., Veith, D., Guarch, G., Talone, A., Warrnier, L., Hughes, D., Scally, C., Dalonzo, N. CONCENTRATION CAMP. Luckily, the Frosh did not get to see this view of their first day at Villanova. ml ZW :Mit EWS i IEE I p:wujg'f'f kj: i if? 1 : l to the knowledge gained in class the growing student adds abilities drawn from i fzrficyuzfizfu f'- H: , J , 1 ' V, PES 1 3' 5? i L 1 - 'x ' ' X 29 X. Q Y. gy X M , M Q , X ,Q J V QQEEE-'. 04"- 'Spy 3311.3 gf l 5..?2'i5?i V V , , . V? ,,., V, . 2.1 1 ag, ' swf , 145' Q at '-fgsiwimly -i 2382 -.. f '2 1 1555.21i':2322:fi4.--,,wig' ., ' iff' ,, " -2.1: A . .3 ,M -3 Q., t2:L,:,'pKo.95'-V-1 N52 - ., '- .421-:. , " - ' .. -, ' gf W '1f5PC-I1.+2.- ""' ?"j 222:45 im-- V - .1 -.Qi .4...3:,.-W 4 . f..,L,1 P. - ., .,,, AU. .x,. V .vw 1 4 ..4.:Q1Q- . . A . -- , -- -.M.,:-1: . f N , .1 9,2 ' 5' KM? .. r I tm X t 1..,y. .V . M.: f gf av 2 1. .. .., 3 " " ,-:HMM .X ,af 0? .1 .V , ,,,.. VA,,..,, awe,,w.,,g.2:-.gifeggfgqy.- ff , . -, -M. . , -. :rw 't :- " A' , ,. fii:!I2EfE'Z3: .- .. .. -' 'f ,, . ,,.. , ,. ..., 1 . ., .,.,.,. 4..-.W-.7 -., 2 x V , .., ff' f 5? 'V ov , SW 4 if ? am, I ' f 1 " ,Jag X M ,T 1 qv 6. - HQ',Sff'f -' -f Q 'EM' . I , 11 ,ls if V 3 qgnoi- y- , . ' """w 4, . -.- K.: 2-" 'xxx ' I .1 .11-41, V if ,V , f. 1 ,' .N ' 1, . .Ly we i . 5 5. . ,.,. 4. ' :2:.4:'s-rf-4 - 194 , W j5Qf.::g- -f- -Llp., Y, . - . ififi'-. 'cf .... 2 -:-f 'Z . .:: . ,-Tk-1 E?5 ?:"f-' " , f' f'ff- - x . Q . - M9142-r - V ' .- ' " 3 .V K 1' 'hafz-1-:1.i4x12 :. . ,. ' f .,,. U.. ff' 'L ' b . ffl,- 15,5 wa.: 'QSQZQS 1- ' f 2.5 L Q 4 - h' . 1 r .ln gil . .ff 1 fi' .A Q X F' 1 fr. xl! Q 82 if ' I 4 . -- . 'iff U ,f fx. ,. .W .Av i we . 14, W. ' 7 . ' . . 1 f ,' Nvn b ,. . . 'X 1 eg? -2:-..f , 1. J-T' un! Xi- un 'S X S N v Q 1 1 X - H -4 I w 5, . X5 A". 1 STUDENT SENATE. Front Rovv, Lett to Right: R. DeLisa, O. Scogna, S. Pol- lock, J. McGrath. Middle Row: R. Wagner, R. Murphy, T. HoFlman, F. Wiele. Bottom Row: J. Lynch, W. Vincent, J. Mason, G. Hepburn, W. Murray, W. Henry. THE STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS ARE-Sitting, First Row, Lett to Right: T. Hoffman, R. Wagner, F. Wiele, R. Murphy, Rev. D. Girolami, O.S.A., M. Crosson, J. Lynch, C. Thomas, T. Chambers. Second Row: J. Driscoll M. Axt, J. Kelley, W. Engelberger, C. Carroll, C. LoVecchio, A. Green- wood, R. Zurinskas, J. Taormina, G. McGrath, C. Buttonovv, J. Mason. Third Row: S. Pollock, W. Boucher, B. Irving, D. Kempf, R. Cunius, J. Corey, P. O'Brien, T. Goodwin, J. McElhenny, W. Henry. Last Row: W. Vincent, W. Hixson, R. Interdo- natti, J. McHale, W. Christman, G. Hepburn, M. McShea, W. Sommer- ville, J. Wesley. 1 STUDENT ADMINISTRATION C O M M I T T E E MEMBERS meet with Fathers Dante Girolami, O.S.A., and Joseph Kemme, O.S.A., to discuss methods of improving student-faculty rela- tions. COUNCIL VICE-PRESIDENT Tom Hoffman, Chairman ot the Student Cabinet, receives suggestions from his executive vice-presidents on current Council problems. K.. tix I . . J Pri' I gs if 'L-Y" ft' -if I, V - ' .,, 53.9-Q . ,Fl N .5-iv - TUDE COUNCIL TAKING A BREAK from their work are Council Secre- tary R. Wagner, Vice-Chairman T. HoFFman, Chairman R. Murphy, and Treasurer F. Wiele. MIXED REACTIGN registers on the faces ofthe members ot the Student Congress as Bob Murphy announces the results of a recent Student-Administration meeting. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Left to Right: Jim Corey, Bob Merkert, Bill Hixson, Bill Christ- man, Fred Wiele, Joe Mason, Jack Kelley, Bruce Irving. , we ' 1. '5 ry? F5170 HI If A GENERAL MEETING of the Student Council finds all members listening attentively while Jerry McGrath delivers his report. in .K 3 sw' f -f et- Q3 X -4 BRAVE LADS ride daringly close To our Terocious wildcaT aT REAGAN SPEAKS: "I come To praise TooTball, not To bury PIRIT COMMITTEE During The pasT Tew years, The word "spiriT," used in coniuncTion wiTh sporTs and aicfairs in which Villa- nova UniversiTy parTicipaTed, has come To mean ex- ciTemenT. This year's SpiriT ComrniTTee chairman was Bruce Irving. I-Ie and his commiTTee sponsored huge bonhre pep rallies, The colorful Basca Awards, The annual blood drive, and ThaT soggy buT unTorgeTTabIe sTudenT Trip up The Hudson Tor The TooTbaII game wiTh Army. GOING MY WAY? SpiriT CornmiTTee exciTers find iT's easy To draw a crowd wiTh a Tire engine, whisTIe, and megaphones. ARMY PRE-GAME BLUES. "BUT They were iusT on sale a half-hour ago. Anyone know where I can find a scaIper'?" WE'LL WIN? Chairman Bruce Irving and Vice- Chairman John Sullivan are only sure ThaT The Spirit CommiTTee will plan Tor The ST. Joseph's game. -of ii OUT 1, '..,- I '- -gg- we nf 1, ,Ib V 1 V Q 3 W MOVING UP to till two of the top three posts in the VlLLANOVAN'S editorial staff, Jack Curtin and Tom Goldschmidt almost always watch their step. l A. ,..,A 'if I X ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT. The proof read- ing is being completed, presses will soon start to roll. VILLANOVAN Editor Larry O'Rourke puts in an average of twenty hours a week at Long's, publisher of the weekly paper. TK: .,,,q.'J gemyv, ' .4 ff' -. .ff -JV' .f ' vi "-.w',L,i.f'!J1 ' " . L. 'T I ' f 552 .Q?iZ5f::'f ' If , 5,:'1Q1jt,-3,3 u .ji - . , Q ya':,:1',T.f,j'?gjZf'r.gi . - ,... .V ..... THE ILLANOVA THE VILLANOVAN is a testimonial for today and a record for tomorrow. As Villanova expanded mentally and physically, the newspaper also grew, making note of the progress of the University. Nor did it neglect the maior component of the school, the students. Their activities, intellectual, moral, social and athletic, drew equal comment in the diary of Villanova. RALLY 'ROUND THE TABLE, BOYS. The latest VILLANOVAN is scanned by the bulk of the staff to check for any errors that might have cropped up in its printing. The "brain trust" sits at the upper end of the table. E21 'li'l'4E- '76Lr. . ,,, . , Q ' . K' if " .mf 2 X 'Q P424.2xirziifxriizii-5'fi1:SN x -..-we 1-.- Az ,, rtizszfzmrzs . A - as:- EDITOR FITZPATRICK IS PUZZLED. ln searching for possible material tor the sports section, his staff scans back issues. Denny Cardone must be desperate: he's looking through the The Student Publications Otohce will never look like the Bulletin city room, but publishing an issue ot the VILLANOVAN is a big opera- tion nevertheless. Hunting up news, struggling over long stories, and trying. to squeeze seven words into a twenty-tour count headline are just a tew ot the iobs in producing the paper. Others, rarely given much credit, are business management and circulation. The business manager, the Madison Avenue executive ot the paper, plans the advertising which detrays the cost ot printing. The circulation manager is responsible tor the distribution ot some 7,5OO copies ot the VILLANOVAN each week. 1-fQ.,IM.-.X 1 I literary magazine. Others are: Jim Murray, Tom Troy and Rodger Van Allen. GUEST COLUMNISTS. Kilgallen, At- kinson, Pearson, Kerr? No, it's Kempt, McKenna, Kelley, and Gal- lagher. MEN WITH A CAMERA. Sam Pietro- titta, Joe Perozziello, Mike Pastore, Al Stoughton, Jim Minger and Al Lawler capably handle the VILLA- NOVAN photography. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MADNESS. Edi- tors Paul Buckley, Frank Dynan, Ray Quaglia and Joe Fitzpatrick get as- sistance from two underclassmen while preparing their sections tor next week's edition. WHERE, OH WHERE DID THAT COPY GO? N0 fear. Dynan'II have that Orphans' Day story if he has to Write it over. "AND I SAID tc her, okay baby, if you cIon't want to give Us an Interview we'II make somebody else famous." LIKE RAINY DAY MUD, the news staff completely covers Villa- nova's campus to obtain items of interest. Frank Dynan and Paul Buckley usually man the whips. THE LITTLE GUY: Ray Quaglia. Wonder how Max Shulman feels about pasting in feature pages? N S ? Q 5 . 'dk . y. . . nl.. . ' W .,' , . f .4 QSYE '1 ' . .1 j. . , fl- ,- 4.495 , Q.. , ,.,,, . K .. , . . 1. . Eff.-. - -3' A ...' if , ,. fng,,. + -.. , - -- 5 ' '.- 23 Q, -.1-,J .Iwi , ,-V.,1.,' " A- . gm:-2 ,f,21x4,, -n X4 ,. 1 . .. Egg., A N L.. . 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W- .. ...H .Q , , .-Qs, 1 ., ,..,I-..,.4.1,:,..,.,....1,., ,sa 2,,,,,... ,.1.,.,.-,f.:...,...,.,..... ....,,,,,...,..g,,,, .. ,af 143351-b,-?w'fw ra w-ff-4' ,- 1-:if-, sw' at " -Q 320551 w w '..,.-w.-.wwf,. ,.,,. 1-f,..f:,f.,..y:.:,Q-1-1-5.2.2fvf-5.1::::-5.r:s.wf?z.swf-f--:if-:sf .-':"-' -ww. f- QQ. Q . Q-ef' x Q Wgsj w-fwigyziwi' ...wW,xgx:f:2a4:fcm......maffi ' 1" 1' . . 6' My-.. .. -- J-,ff 41h--7" f: fx 1-19972232-1:'....fi'-13-1-ffcfiil.Eillirasszv:::51:.e::'::s:1 1a.gei:g51f2,21::i3:g,13,E,5g33'g.,,.-1' -A .- Y' ' , . 1 - 1... Q y . 1 N- - ,A....3..z...,..--.,v.'+z?. " "SOLE" SEARCHING SPEECH. John Oberlies propounds that WVIL can be improved if everyone stands on his own two feet. MR. CHARLES SMITH, Faculty Director, Bob Rafano, Public Relations Chief, Gary Mara, Program Director, and Bill Washington, Station Manager form station policy which in this case seems to be three to one against Rafano. DISC MAGIC is spun by Bill Washington during it it the "WVIL WAXWORKSH show. ' IL f l, In its eleventh year of broadcasting, Radio Station WVIL continued to grow. M. 3 ... Qi 11,1 , g If t... 9 This expansion was highlighted by the arrival of the new engineering con- -7. - 1 O sole. A second very important feature was that the record library was in- creased by lOO'X-,. With the increase in paper work brought about by a new system of programming shows and the new method of scheduling station breaks and commercials, the arrival of new office equipment appeared to be quite a blessing. The addition of several station parties and the annual WVIL dinner-dance made the year a complete social and educational success. WVIL is looking forward to even greater expansion via a proposed tape- recorder which will improve the quality of programs emited from the 645 spot on the dial. f all, I ll I J D I li gy. i "DAHLlNG" DOLLS assume that certain look which strikes fear in the heart of the logical male. DEPARTMENT HEADS Sitting CLett to Rightj: G. Mara, S. Pietrohtta, B. Washington, Director Mr. Smith, J. Corey, and B. Ratano. Standing: D. O'Mara, A. Lawler, B. l-learn, J. Hull, M, Kavcak, E. Currall, J. Oberlies, and G. Brochu guide and coordinate the activities of a modern broadcasting plant. GOOD EVENING Mr. and Miss Villanova and all the ships on Mendel Pond, with news wired and phoned from the far reaches of our campus. Many hours of preparation are behind each minute of broadcast time on VVVIL. Members ot Jim l-lull's Business Department sell advertising to the station's sponsors, programs are revised and improved by Gary Mara's Program Department, and the station equipment is kept in working order by the Engineer- ing Department ot Sam Pietrotitta. Without the silent men behind the wires, switches and knobs, the cam- pus voice ot Villanova would cease to keep its many listeners informed and entertained. -ua 7 meaty ' IN THE NEWS room, Sam PieTrofiTTa CwiTh cokeD poses Gary Mara, Jim Hull, Gordon Burlingame and Guy Calissi for a pic- Ture which was never Taken. EARLY BIRD geTs The wire. Mike PasTore helps Sam as he bel- ligerenTly rips ouT The old apparatus To make way for The new console. NO TRACES of losT records for Jim Corey, Carl SchmiTT, Bill Hearn, Bill Dzubak, and Gene Brochu as They rifle The iles. Look on The TurnTable boys. LOGlCAL MALES pause To reflect a loaded quesTion posed by The clisTaFf side in The "ChaTTer" panel show. rf' ft, ' 4.. x I. 4 me-if 5, 3 1.11 A 1 Q- , . E , ,N - I w 4 J N v N A Y A J 1 A 1 X I Some activities may be able to succeed on mere appearances or on past reputation. The T959 Belle Air is not one of these. It has no meaning for the student until the results are in, and these results are final and irrevocable. To bring this yearbook into existence, to assure that it is a good book a great deal of hard work had to be done . . . hard work not always apparent to one who turns the pages and reads. Neverthe- less, the work is there, the stat? is proud of it, and hopes that by their eftort the Villanova of T959 will pass only in time and never in meaning. SO THESE GUYS are your trlends but can they put out a yearbook? Dan Solari of Cooke Publishing Co brings reality to Bill Christy Bob Pinto and Gerry McGrath Below chool editors Cfrom leftj Joe Krackeler Engineering Gerry McGrath Commerce and Finance Eileen Greyson Nursing and Tom McKenna Arts and Science 4.1.1 Belle Air "LISTEN OPERATOR, tell him this is Jack Curtin and Tom Golclschmidt, the sports edi- tors calling and he's got to let us have those passes." TOGETHERNESS was the keynote ot the T959 Belle Aire. Our office is bigger than a closet, it really is. TOUCHE Senior section editors Buzz and Bill Shea should have specified legibility. EDlTORlN CHIEF of the 1959 Belle Air Meet Bob Pinto. MANY ADS were promised business man- agers Rodger Van Allen and Doug McClatchey. Now the problem is to collect on them. VILLANOVA B A N D S T A N D. Deeiay Stoughton with his Public Relations Man- er Christy and autograph torger Shea n the high school kids at the Belle Air press conference. i l I OUR EIGHTEEN PHOTOG- RAPHERS couldn't use tricks to get the rest of the pic- tures tor the book. lt took hard work and persistence against a negative outlook to produce the fine pictures in this book. DEADLINE DILEMMA. lt managing editor Stoughton, photography editor Pietrotitta and activities editor Gallagher get this page's pic- tures printed and cropped, they may be only three days late. Ishii PHOTO STAFF 195 9 The Belle Air, like any yearbook, must be all things to all students. Men from all divisions of the University in all phases of publication have combined to present this com- posite idea of the face of Villanova. The degree of its success or failure is the direct result of the hard work of a number of people. A special word of thanks is due to-our co-moderators, Father Sullivan and Father Falvey for their universal assistance in everything from proof-reading to public relations. Many names should be listed here. Those who should be, know vvho they are. To those-Thanks. WON'T DO. lt's lust like the one in last year's book as Bill Freind, Paul Buckley and Don McCoy painfully discover. innu11. nf' Q1 PICTURES, PICTURES EVERYWHERE and not one fit to print. Associate Editor Bill Christy can't find one of himself. -1 xii THE "ARTY" SET. Ideas for spring publication are considered with varying degrees of approval. Seated: Publicity Paul Buck- ley, Editor-in-Chief Frank Dynan, Managing Editor Bill Christy, and Art Editor Frank Connolly. Standing: Stew Grilnfith, Copy Editor Michael Wesley and Gerry Givnish. Missing are James Tague, Ben Hynes, Clay Thomas and Joe Hotgfrnan. U15 lylfw A college magazine serves both as a measure ot the quality ot students and as a reflection ot the aims and ideals ot the school. The LYNX of the past year spoke well ot Villanova both in choice ot theme and creative execution. A significant indication of LYNX appeal was a large increase in circulation. WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE. The Lynx resorted to vigilante tactics this year to procure material. Gallagher, McAteer, De Masi and Buckley were deputized. OVERSEERS Mr. Mitchell and Dr. Phillipson and under- Iing editors Dynan and Christy scrutinize the first drafts of the Fall issue. ADMIRING A THlNKING MANS FILTER for a writing man's taste are Lynx writers, from lower left: Tom Pfeiffer, Bill Gallagher, George Matey, Bob Pinto, Tom McKenna, Bill Christy, Frank Dynan, and Frank Mur- tha. The Man: Ray Quaglia. Hella ASQLIE There is probably noThing more cliHWc:ulT Than To TabricaTe realiTy wiTh make-up, cosTumes anol lighTs. The performer musT live, and This viTaliTy can come from himself only Through pracTice which polishes The conTriveol unTil iT re'rlecTs The real. This is The iolo of Belle Masque, Mr. Duprey, and his assisTanT direcTor, Richard Cavanaugh. f 2 V ...J l. TIGER SupporTing every scene, every line, every gesTure, is The work of many vvho never look ouT over The lighTs. The sTage crew, The business sTaTT, The pub- liciTy sTaTT, all share in The applause. And There was plenTy of applause Tor The high aim of Belle Masque in presenTing Jean Girardoux's "Tiger aT The GaTes." This saTire on war demanded The versaTiliTy of The acTors in carrying a serious Theme in oTTen humorous lines. IN LOVE AND WAR. Polyxene CDiane Vitij is broughT To Tears by Helen's CLynda Lynchj descripTion of war. Polyxene's mother, Hecuba CMary ShafTerj, stands ready To chastise HeIen's lack of Teeling. SALUTING THE HEROIC DEAD, Hec- Tor COwen KleinD is lisfened To by a soldier CMike KeaTingj, Abneos Clim Lynchj, maTl'1emaTician CTom Flynnj, Helen Anclromache CMargie Brownj, a guard CJohn Barlosj, and Priam CLink Hallowellj. T THE GATES POET, WARMONGER, AND COWARD Alan WiIig Cot? stagel receives mixed attention from Cassandra CBarbara Burkej, Hecuba, Polyxene, Hector, and Paris CBiII Freindj con- cerning war with the Greeks. WAITING WAR BRIDE Andromache Iooks out to where Hector risks his lite in battle for Troy. A CLASSIC TRIANGLE. Aiax CTony Provenzanoj finds that wine and women don't necessarily lead to song. The enraged husband, Hector, is ready to end the affair in front of his horrihed wife, T Ml G OF THE SHREW To act Shakespeare is to leave one's selt open to well developed criticism. However "The Tam- ing ot the Shrew" was bravely staged and well received. Clem Birch gave his best and tinal performance tor Villanova. The Elizabethan projecting stage took extra etcfort from Ted Glinka, George Becht, Paul Floyd, CALL AN OFFICER. Several cases of mistaken identity com- plicate the good intentions of Tranio CTom Flynnj and Vincento CTony Provenzanoj as Baptiste CDick Dresslerj remains aloof. Lou Kubinak, "l-lap" Georges and the rest of the stage hands. The changes in presentation, acting, and ma- terial point to a legitimate theatre developed in a more deliberate way each year. These steps in dramatics at Villanova show that Belle Masque is letting no grass grow under its buskins. ZOUNDS GOOD. Owen Klein tunes his fiddle prior to having it broken over his head in tasteful Shakes- pearian slapstick. SO KISS ME KATE. Clem's plan ot greeting Kate's shrewish words with a smile is working. She emerges from confusion as the tamest wife in England. INSPECTION AT 0500. Alan Willig threatens brute violence to house servants Daly, Thornton, Bechr, and Keating if the Villa is not ready for white glove inspection. WHO'S FOO? AnTicipaTing The Broadway Trend of OrienTal-in-Theme shows by over a year, T'n'T saTirized The Tong wars vviTh Their imaginaTive producTion, "VVho's Foo?" Foo, The deTecTives Hyde and Sheek, Soupy Sue and her save-a-soul mission, Ah Houie, How Cum and Ring-A-Ling all figured prominently in The Tun ThaT revolved around The opium dens in San Francisco's China- Tovvn. COME AND GET IT. Soupy Sue CGary Tackasj leads The casT in a musical exposition of The virTues of good hoT soup Tor lunch. MAKING HIS PITCH CUNDERHANDD, Big Lie Trom Chi CPaul Laughlinj emoTes for The lovely, curvaceous, sensuous Thrush CJohn Kennedyj who is obviously Touched by iT all. A--' Q Uw" ' wwfhmfzwmf. " D4 'N r'S'1r'llH5iLlua4"?'!1L ' le- xlxa 1 intl.-Q ., T " A we A THREE GRACIOUS LADIES. Millie CJohn MyrTeTusD, Grace CDon Kempfb, and Elsie CJoe Lyhchj seT San Francisco society back Twer1Ty years. In The course of Their slumming, The ladies meT all The colorful OrienTals and They dined aT Uncle Fats' Opium Den where opium is sold To all Those who have The yen. Zur and Cin el ggi. V. eil RULER OF THE TONGS, Dr. Foo has a hide- out known as "the usual place." The dancers do a quick step before this lair to the tune ot "Whenever Whoever is Corning Arrives." THE LIGHT FANTASTIC gets tripped up by sure-footed members of the T'N'T dancing chorus in one of many rehearsals. SOME OF CHlNATOWN'S BEST head for the Save-a-Soul Soup Kitchen. Soupy Sue's soup has become very popular now that her Chet has mistaken gin for broth essence. THRUSH'S TORCH. The chorus line helps the thrush put over her song outside Uncle Fats'. The atmos- pheric sets were designed by George Pequignotg Villanova and T'N'T alum- nus Who also wrote the book. , i FOLLOW THE FOLD. "Soup is the solace of sinners" cries Save-a-Soul mission leader, Gary Tackas. Sue ropes them in with promises of soup and salvation. OVER AND OVER. The entire cast goes into the finale lecl by lamp lighter Bill Lyons who sings: "I tell myself this can't happen again." , 'if . . .Q , 1 A H .-44.5 , ' .,-- - ,. 58' - 1, .g31T1' jul'-Y -f ,jf-fl, T- ' "g::.jfi:'fsi5-,e:'g3, pe. ':, - - ' 1 - I ., ., . . 1. .... f, ,,,,.. . , -,..,1 , -,,,v ,...v , - T.,-. , vim., v-.-.-- 1-.1 .,1,m.f-- . .-.. .,., T.. . .:f -- -,Ma a. Q. ,V -14-.M.-,,'::,f.:.f.a'., fy-ma. 1. afwa111-:'..-'arm--, z T 1 'V I ,fa - ,L 1. v ' c, . I ,A 6 . , 1 ,rr-1 ' I ,.,., ,. , .-., ...xx T? ,Jn M.: s 'Q BAD The Villanova Marching Band sTepped ouT for The '58 fooTball season wearing crisp vvhiTe Trousers wiTh The cusTomary blazers, vvhife crew caps, and splashy red Ties. Band direcTor, Mr. HerberT Fiss, and Band moderaTor, Reverend Henry Syvinski, O.S.A., sparked The VVildcaT Band To snappy performances for Home- coming and ParenTs' Day on The campus and for The Trip To VVesT PoinT. HaTs off To The 'CaT Band for The pep rallies, The 7 A. Nl. pracTices CunappreciaTed by all who heardj, and The nighT pracTices before exams. ConcerT season found The Band playing a novel pro- gram from pops To show Tunes and classics for a Tri- sTaTe audience. The season was climaxed by a Spring ConcerT on The DougherTy Hall paTio. ONE AND TWO AND THREE. STudenT DirecTor Jim Hull leads The band in a weekly rehearsal. These sessions, under The guidance of Mr. Fiss, paved The way for Their TTne performances. , ,.,,.4?5E5h7M. T ,9i'C.:+2'7:""l?i':-i1i',: f 'fy 1 ' Yr A iifiif SPRING AFTERNOON. A highIighT of The band's concert season is Parents' Day. AmidsT pleasant campus surroundings, The band plays for an appreciative audience, under The capable baton of Mr. Herbert Fiss. l h wX+1 1-stil: - mmf-af,,:s:.'::r.ax -.1 .-2- 5' "V" FOR VILLANOVA. The Marching Band performs at the Detroit game during half-time. Their snappy step and stirring music provided entertainment for The crowd during all the football games. GO, 'CATS, GO. Rain and a loss to a strong Army team did little to dampen the enthusiasm ot' our marching 'Cats. SOFTLY, SOFTLY. A portion of the cultural aspect of Villanova is displayed by the band on the patio outside Dougherty Hall. OFFICERS of BeTa Gamma: Don CosTa, Jack Serafln, Jim Corey, Frank Cunning- ham and Oz Scogna. THIS YEAR'S GROUP of debaTers showed The influence of an increased enrollment in The nursing division. For The TirsT Time women ioined The ranks oT Those who argue reason- ably. Beta Gamma BeTa Gamma DebaTing SocieTy improved on lasT year's record and repuTa- Tion. AchievemenTs This year included: a newly adopTed ConsTiTuTion, ouT- sTanding novice parTicipaTion in The SeTon l-lall, Delaware and Temple Tourna- rnenTs, and record performances by The varsiTy in TournamenTs aT ST. Joseph's, Brooklyn, King's and Buffalo UniversiTies. The SocieTy was honored This year by receiving and accepTing an inviTaTion To The annual Harvard TournamenT. Co-eds were ofnrlcially welcomed inTo The SocieTy and performed viTal serv- ices on The Research CommiTTee. VViTh only six senior members deparTing, The TuTure oT The SocieTy appears very promising. 'zmwW1ua 2:rrv1 fz'WYf:1a2154wmEsW-1Gsv4WJ-+,mL1.1,z: V ' f n ' v, vw-vwn:am.z-.wfz,,- w ., t, ,i.-- ,1. .nfs -V ,U-Z:-:,':w4w::f-'1gos.,.:,-,,-, yr : . v W- T sl.-r--sw . .. gg , g -. -X Q- .Q 1, il l ,T AMAZINGLY LARGE TURNOUT at the O-C ' meeting tonight. Because its raining? Be- cause it's Marie Callas night? No, because t word got around that a yearbook picture was , to be taken. First row members couldn't care N.. y less. i V. PERSONABLE moderator Dr. O'Shea and Chuck Fritz pause to pose. Opera Classica Opera Classica, the university's music appreciation society, affords the interested student an opportunity to hear and learn about the vvorld's musical masterpieces. Operas, sym- phonies, and concertos are teatured in an alternating program that gives much pleasure to members at weekly meetings. The society's main purpose is to stimulate and nurture in the student a love and understanding ot the great artists and their works. The recent addition ot a tape disc to the record- ing equipment otters the tinest in stereophonic sound. BEATNIKS? EATNIKSI "They were drinking coftee, reading books, talking, and all the while music!" UNDER THE GUIDANCE of Rev. Norbert W. Whitley, O.S.A., and Rev. William E. Farrell, O.S.A., the Society is systematically handled. General meetings are regularly scheduled wherein members obtain weekly chapel assignments. Sanctuary Society Qesgagatiraiansa E X , -V ' 4 '- pi- -, 52.-if 4 I if .- 'iiifi s 2 :V '. gf. , in ' jpg fl: -V-:gf H 1 M ,W SENIOR MEMBERS: Mason, Christman, Hixson, Mitchell, Leddy, Smith. Standing: Madden, Cacciola, Sur, Irving, Fleming, Kerwin, Merkert, Fitzmauris, Gallagher and Driscoll. MEMBERS ASSIST at the annual Retreat which Villanova attords its students. Acolyte Bob Merkert and Fr. Sherman, O.S.A., leave the altar after a Benediction that closed one ot the afternoon exercises. The Sanctuary Society provides the Villanova stu- dent with a means ot participating in the religious activities on campus and by so doing, affords its mem- bers the privilege of being closer to God by assisting in the greatest prayer ot the Church, the Mass. The members also assist at nightly Benediction ex- ercises in the University Chapel, conduct a cancelled stamp drive to benetit the Japanese Missions, and serve at the tvvo annual student retreats. ummm.-...J F... . .K CG VETS' CLUB MEMBERS Kneeling, left to right: F. Cernos Dick Walsh, J. McRay, B. Mc Gee, J. Rowe. Second row: B Gabriel, M. Recldington, A. Mur- ray, J. Lynch, J. Craig, B. Kelly Third row: M. Kelly, R. McVey R. Barone, J. McGinnis, J. Shan ahan, R. Burke, E. Gallagher, M Pastori, E. Whalen, E. Masters M. Reclgate. l.C.G. MEMBERS First row, left to right: C. Kerber R. Magray, Dr. Khari, F. Cun- ningham, R. lnterdonati. Sec- ond row: J. Roselli, K. Lydic Third row: W. Celentano, J Donohue, J. Drinkhall, T. Mc Coy. Fourth row: B. McCready L. Ruth, E. Kulalc, J. Pultarak, W Rihg. Fifth row: J. Campbell T. Peretti, J. DiRocco. Top row P. Kelly, D. Smith, J. McCul lough, C. Poppre. Veterans Club . vim" V V ' Y, PRESIDENT Ken MacGillivray and Director Mr. Herbert Fiss are uncertain about selections tor the concert at lmmaculata. ! E ,,.,.,. Y X- 'Hs Singers One ot the more active organizations on campus is the men's Glee Club. Rehearsals and concert appearances occupy this group ot 80 men from September to May. This year, invitations were accepted to sing in New York and Camden in addition to the usual per- formances at Philadelphia colleges and acad- emies. Founded in 1953 by Harold G. Reusch- lein, Dean ot the Law School, the Singers is at present ably directed by Mr. Herbert Fiss, and assisted by Reverend Henry Syvinski, OSA., Moderator. Ml, Ml, Nll, Ml, Ml. The Villanova Singers, titty strong, await the down- beat of director Mr. Herbert Fiss at a mid-week practice session prior to a holiday swing along the local college circuit. E. Caruso, B. Crosby and F. Sinatra tune up in the Hrst row. YN! ,msn 7. . ,-+. H ,wma FOUR LADS entertain the co-eds Cand their own groupj at Cabrini Col- lege. Charles Carroll, John Car- mosky,.Charles Reilly and Pete Bon- afani weren't asked to performg they're iust hams at heart. SING YOU SINNERS. Mr. Herbert Fiss leads some members in an informal spiritual song- fest that would make the devil himself glad to be out of earshot. SENIOR SINGERS. John Carmosky, Charles Kerber, Bill Gilhool, Frank Connolly, Ken MacGillivray, Ed Rofi, Joe Sutton and Jim Corey helped im- prove ori an already established rep- utation through hard work and ex- perience. for the spectator a time to cheers for the participant, a time to excel in the zfmpefifizw If .V 2-11,-f A 'g-',1,zmw.,. , ,.-K wi p,fw'1g.f,' .V 1 if A Q 5 , Y , C lv W I 1 - .- ..,, . ' 52-Q X X 4 7, , 4, P K n' f 1 4 A 4 , V af Y, 'I 9 I f W: 'f .CM Q,-Q 911 e 5 ZIV! ff 4 ,ff 5 ' 'V' -lox W ag ,WMI , zfzfvvf Mm -w.,ww.,, ,M ,QM ,f ..., ., ,.-3253.1 7 4'.y3".. f W mis: 4 .' 13, , ,..1. ,, -f,n3'."-fr-QF' 1 ,,,.f23w4,.,: , V ,y,1Nfw,, w 5, - " M555 ' Qs Q rv frvwwfw 1 f' 1? - ,, f 1,2-If ' QWM- vi 1, G: M52 I , A21-Qfva.-,,,f ' f3v1sf-41,4 , .5 , .. , is ,W.,... -4, mv fgww . .., 1 1 V, f xy -ff .Ji ' A Q Q gs, ,M his W 742 ag A H W ak 1 CAPTAIN GENE O'PELLA C810 and his fellovv WildcaTs show Thai' grim deTerminaTion ThaT is so much a parr of fooTball as They Take The field for The second half of The Army game, Trailing 13-O. THE VVEARINESS AND TENSION of The game are mirrored in The faces of Tackle Pud Nagle C722 and fullback Gene Paia, anxiously waTching from The sidelines. BeseT by iniuries and a dangerous lack of olepTh, The i958 Villanova VVilclcaTs, co-capTainecl by Gene O'Pella, Mike DeLucia and Bill Craig, compiled a 6-4 record under Frank Reagan, for Their besT mark in six seasons. Riding on "Iron Man" performances by several key players and The play of a surprisingly sTrong line, The Main Liners vvere easily one of The mosT Thrilling grid uniTs in recenT years. The "big game" came againsT highly-ranked Army, in which The VVildcaTs were ouTsTanding even in a 26-O defeaT. C3Ther losses vvere aT The hands of Virginia lVliliTary lnsTiTuTe, VVichiTa and QuanTico. BUT The delirium of vicTory came more ofTen-againsT WesT Chesrer, BosTon College, DeTroiT, Wake ForesT, Richmond and DayTon. lT'S NOT ALL SWEAT AND TEARS, this game of football. Reggie Powe and Tom Fletcher enioy a relaxing cup of coffee after a training table meal, as Larry Sopko looks on. THE T958 SQUAD poses for its team picture. First Row, Cleft to rightD: Head Coach Francis X. Reagan, seniors Tom Fletcher, Paul Morra, Jim Palmer, Tom McPherson, Gene Paia, Gene O'Pella, Mike DeLucia, Bill Craig, Dave lntrabartolo, Joe Nardo, Jim Tobin, Jim Grazione, Jerry Billings and Ed Roehre. Second Row: Backield Coach Joe Rogers, Tom Heron, Furman Nagle, Walt Sroka, Paul Tomczyk, Chuck Walsh, Bob Vincent, Ed Lemkin, Dick Keyser, Fergus Norton, Reggie Powe, John Daniels, Norm Gandia, Don Livengood, Jim Ward, Freshman Coach Ed Michaels, behind the scenes . . . For the senior members of the '58 unit, this was the year they had waited for. Quarterback Jim Grazione Hnally achieved the stardom long predicted for him, and roommate Dave lntrabartolo became one of the finest rushing backs in Villanova's history. Gene O'Pella attained All-East honors for his stellar end play, and linemen Paul Morra and Tom Fletcher were outstanding. Mike DeLucia, until iniured in the Dayton game, was a stalwart on defense, and Gene Pala, Ed Roehre and Joe Nardo came off the bench when needed to bolster the backheld. These men, to be sure, will be sorely missed. Sr. Third Row: Line Coach John Sandusky, Frank Ficca, Wayne Kautter, Ed McCarthy, Walt Ullrich, Alex Thomas, John Evers, Pat Brennan, Tim Cleary, Jim Osborne, Larry Sopko, Charlie Caputo, Frank Cappelletti, Joe Luzzi, Leon Horin, Line Cdach Dave DiFilippo. Fourth Row: Student manager Dick Faulk, Bob Bergal, Tom Hopkins, Jim Boyle, Billy Paczkoskie, Bill Dempsey, Walt Posadowski, Vince Cleary, Pete Villa, Jerry Wenclawiak, student manager Jim McKee. KKSB9.. HEAD COACH FRANK REAGAN looks To see whaT The Friday nighT prognosTicaTors have To say abouT SaTurday's game. DEJECTION BORN OF DEFEAT and The finish of his collegiate career envelops Tackle Paul Nlorra, named l'iAosT ConsisTenT Performer, as he Takes off his uniform Tor The last Time afTer The i9-13 loss To Quanfico. THREE MEN WHO'D RATHER be on The Tield-injured co-capTains Bill Craig and Mike DeLucia and manager Dick Faulk-do Their parT from The sidelines. THE SWEET EXULTATION OF VICTORY grips The happy Wildcats and Their coaches aT The close of a Thrilling 9-7 upseT of powerful Wake Forest. x despair SOMETTMES IT SEEMS ThaT vicTory is impossible. Chagrined aT The Main Liners' inability To move The ball for The TirsT Three quarTers againsT Dayton in a clrenching rainstorm, half- back Dave InTrabarTolo, Villanova's besf ground-gainer since All-American Gene Filipski in 1952, is The picture of despair as he leaves The field. A laTe rally, however, won The game for The WildcaTs, 9-6. O 0 O I - -N 19 ' X Q 5 FLEET JOHN DANIELS is clerrickecl by a host ot tacklers after a ten- yard gain around end against West Chester. GANG TACKLING by the Wildcats brings Detroit halfback Bill Dando To a sudden stop during the Thrilling 7-O Homecoming Day victory. SENT SPRAWLING by a West Chester tackler, ace quarterback Jim Grazione still manages to gain the yardage necessary for a first clown against the Rams. . . . and determination . 1 . 1 1 -- v 1'r!u9rl a powerful defense MosT of all, i958 was a season which gave promise of even beTTer Things To come. Such unclerclass sTand- ouTs as ends Tom Heron and Paul Tomczyk, linemen Pud Nagle, Frank CappelleTTi, Joe Luzzi, Jim Osborne, Larry Sopko and Ed Lemgin, backs John Daniels, Frank Ficca, Jim Ward, Leon Horin, Billy Paczkoskie and Reggie Powe will all reTurn. These are The men who ioined wiTh The seniors To provide splendid enTerTainmenT Tor six home games, all played righT aT Villanova as parT of The new back-To-campus move- ITTSFIT. A CAPACITY CROWD and Two Wake ForesT defenders frame Dave lnTrabarTolo as he leaps To snare a Jim Grazione pass. BarT was named Mos? Valuable Player at The annual Alumni banqueT. POWERFUL INTERFERENCE, in The persons of Cfrom leftj John Daniels, Jim Osborne and Joe Luzzi, opens up a Traveling roUTe for Dave Infra- bartolo againsT Army. ALTHOUGH IN THE GRASP of De- TroiT's Ari' Brauer, Jim Grazione calmly winds 'up to Throw a forward pass. END GENE O'PELLA tucks in a pass and prepares To meet a 'rrio of Army defenders. Gene's play against The Cadets helped him To earn a spot on The consensus All-East Team. YCIUJ The biggest, deepest freshman team in recent Villa- nova history gave Head Coach Frank Reagan cause to look to the future with satisfaction as the '1958 grid season came to a close, despite its 1-1-1 record. Under Coach Ed Michaels, Sr., the yearling squad topped West Chester State Teachers, 26-13, rallied to hold powerful Army to a 16-16 tie, and was edged by Bullis Prep, 15-14. FROSH lT'S A TOUCHDOWN, signals the ref as freshman half- back Ken McNeill bulls his way over for a score through a pile of Bullis Prep Iinemen in the frosh's 15-14 loss, only defeat of the year. FOOTBALL material for the varsity THE HOPE OF THE FUTURE lies with these men, the Villanova freshman squad. First Row, from left to right, are: Tom Kepner, Bob Haas, Frank Sylvester, Orazio Nastase, Dick Ross, Tom Griffin and Coach Ed Michaels, Sr. Second Row: Russ Frantz, Dave O'Donnell, Ed Scholes, Bill Ryan, Jim Gianelli, Rege Magnus, and Jack Weed. Third Row: Bill Borden, John Osborne, Ed Bohan, Nick Russo, Harry Tucci, Tom O'Rourke, and Ken O'Neill. Fourth Row: Manager Paul Rosendale, Bob Capone, Frank Brzenk, Ron Meyers, Dick Mink, Charley Friel and Nick Langone. Missing are Captain Sam Gruneison, Jerry DeBaIso and Ralph Lewis. ,GM QQ I MWF: -.""',- 38 Gafiti :affli- 41- :uni Q1 'WWF' .QC " Y' Nu' www' ' T-9 F 6 W OFF AND RUNNING is halfback Ecl Bohan for a long Villanova gain as a host of West Chester State Teachers' tacklers gallop after him. HALFBACK NICK RUSSO is brought down by a Bullfs Prep defender after a long gain in the trosh's final game of the season. The yearling squad lost to the loaded Prep unit, 15-14. lT'S NOT A BALLET DANCE, but it sure looks that way as trosh end Charles Friel leaps for a pass between two Bullis Prep defenders. EYES ONLY FOR YOU-ThaT's whaT .lim Huggard has To say To The baskeT as he drives around Tvvo-Temple defenders in a CiTy Series conTesT. Villanova Won, 9I-69. LL Al Severance's VVildcaTs were supposedly a year away Trom The Top echelons OT naTionaI baskeTbaIl, buT The Hery cleTerminaTion of The soph-laden squad was noT To be denied. Villanova leaped righT To naTional prominence vviTh The opening of The season, puTTing TogeTher an eighT-game win sTreak before iTs TirsT loss, Then glided along To an I8-6 record. The schedule, admiTTedly, was easier Than in mosT years, buT The VVildcaTs vvere good enough To earn a NaTional InviTaTion TournamenT bid. There iT Took a sTrong ST. John's Team, which vvenT inTo The TournamenT Hnale, To ousT Them in The TirsT round aTTer a biTTer 75-67 conTesT. IT was undeniably The besT season Tor Villanova on The courT in years. GREAT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS was The only vvay Villa- nova and rival fans alike could describe Team capTain Joe Ryan, Here The ever-husTling redhead sTeps in To sTeaI The ball from Temple's asTonished CIIFT Crispin. GEORGE SLAMS ONE IN during Narional In- viTaTion Tourney action in Madison Square Garden. VilIanova's 6-6 George Raveling leaps high over sTarTled ST. John's players Lou Roethel and Tony Jackson C241 To cram Tvvo WildcaT points inTo The baskeT. 93 Nw. z 'K 4529 W f 1 ' , A' -, . '-:- :gif ,,-,vws-.ww f 51523: ., , ,,,, 1. , .1 .-,'- QQ. f. L A., .gf , 5,1 l ,,,,,.,,4W,, A' U ew- :mv 9 2.4 , , 1 'Q xl' we :zz KEN HARRISON SLIPS THROUGH the Textile de- fense to score an easy lay- up during one of the Wiid- cats' three Field House victories. -,g1.1.--,, , JIM KENNEY'S FINEST GAME came at Seton Hall when he led the Main Liners to a tougher- than-expected 64-59 win. lt was only the dependable soph's clutch shooting that en- abled the Wildcats to take the victory. "COVER THAT MAN!" Coach Al Severance shouts instructions to his embattled Wildcats from the bench. The silver-haired mentor en- joyed his best season in years at the helm of the 58-59 unit. The lisT oT Teams ThaT Tell before The oTT-vicTori- ous VVildcaTs was long, iT noT impressive. Aside from Their Three ciTy Toes, The Villanovans also downed Le Moyne, TexTile, Siena, GeTTyslourg, Duke, Muhlen- burg, SeTon l-lall, Brandeis, Loyola, Drexel, Wagner, BosTon College, ST. Francis of LoreTTo, Canisius and Buffalo. Losses came aT The hands of ST. Joe's, Provi- dence, ST. BonavenTure's, Duquesne, N.Y.U. and NorTh Carolina STaTe. FLYI G HIGH JOE RYAN FINDS TROUBLE wairing, in The persons of Cal Ramsay and Tom Sanders, as he leaps high in The air during The NYU game, Ryan scored 20 poinTs, buT The Wildcars were humiliaTed, 78-60, in Their TirsT regular-season appearance in Madison Square Garden in many years. RUGGED AND ROUGH, ThaT's whaT The acTion's like under The backboards. Here Villanova's John Driscoll and George Raveling sandwich a Texfile player be- Tween Them as They go up for a rebound. HUG" DRAWS A FOUL with this fake on ST. Joseph's Joe Gallo before a sell out Palestra crowd that watched the Wildcats lose, 82-70. EVERYBODY MISSED THIS ONEI Villanova's Tom Samulewicz and an Unidentified team- mate are surrounded by Gettysburg players as they all battle for "the rebound that got away." UP FOR TWO POINTS goes substitute George Emma in the St. .Ioseph's game. Emma sparked a late Villanova rally that cut the Hawk's victory margin to a still too-distant I2 points. AN ELBOW IN THE FACE is Temple's George PaImer's way ot letting .Ioe Ryan know that he doesn't appreciate his attempts to steal the ball. if 1 RUGGED ACTIO NOT TO BE STOPPED is VilIanova's 6-8 sophomore cenTer John Driscoll, as he ignores The eFTorTs of ST. John's Lou RoeThel and drives in Tor a lay-up. Foul Trouble benchecl Driscoll as The Main Liners losT The NIT opener, 75-67. l-lARRlSON SCORES AGAIN-Kenny Harrison goes up To drop in a Two-poinTer againsT Canisius. The reliable senior, ViIlanova's ace uTiliTy man, Tallied T8 poinTs Tor his Top performance of The year. EVERYBODY SEEMS AFRAID To grab Tor This loose ball during The Temple game. Tiny Jim Huggard Towers above his Owl compeTiTors in The baTTle. Team capTain Joe Ryan played his lasT game Tor The WildcaTs in The NIT loss. Scoring leader Tor The Team, The redhead finally ar- rived as one of The ciTy's Top players in his lasT season. Also graduaTing were "sixTh man" Ken Harrison, seT-shoT ace George Emma and Ralph Kovvalkowski. The lisT of reTurnees, however, was long, including husTling Jim Huggard, who finished second To Ryan in scoring, courT general Jim Kenny, George Raveling, one of The naTion's Top rebounders, and erraTic John Driscoll. The reserves headed loy dependable Dick Kaminski, in- cluded Tom Samulevvicz, Don McGinley, Bob LiberaTore and Dave Severance. I THE T958-59 WILDCATS were: Cfronf rovvj coach Al Severance, Tom Samulewicz, George Emma, Jim Kenny, caprain Joe Ryan, Jim Huggard, Don McGinley, Dick Kaminski, Cback rowj manager Bill Murray, Dave Severance, Bolo Liloeratore, Ralph Kowalkovvski, John Driscoll, George Raveling, Ken Harrison and manager Vince Bifferaro. Ryan, Emma, Harrison and Kowalkow- ski were seniors. l T i COACH AL SEVERANCE TALKS, buT players Jim Kenny and Joe Ryan seem more inTeresTed in The actions of manager Bill Murray. Actually, all Three are consulting The Palesira scoreboard. ,l ,f D4 sc! kj l --3.-....f,. -'.1'7"'f'. :rs-fr: --M-P A,Q,x.ANo,. ANVLANUIQ T99 Firsf row: Bill Penney, Hugh White, manager Bob D'Ambrosio. Second row: Dick Le Fevre, Joe Walsh, Jim McMonagle, Dan Higgins. FROSH B SKETB LL Causing, as always, ThaT "WaiT'll nexT year" look in The eyes of coach Al Severance, The Villanova year- ling squad racked up a 6-4 record This year, beaTing GeTTysburg, Muhlenberg and Penn and ST. .loseph's Twice each, while losing a pair To looTh Temple and La Salle. Top prospecTs from The freshman uniT ex- pecTed To move up To The varsiTy nexT season were Hubie WhiTe, Dan l-liggens, Joe Walsh, Jim Mclvlon- agle and Bill Penney. Top performer was WhiTe, a high leaping Philadelphian who Tossed in 48 poinTs againsT ST. Joe's Tor a new Trosh scoring record. ' TOP FROSH POINT PRODUCER Hubie WhiTe has his eyes on The baskeT as he begins a drive around a Temple defender in The closing game of The season. 5 T r :. WAY, WAY UP is Hubie White to toss in a Two-pointer against Temple as teammate Jim lVlcNlonagle starts in tor the rebound. White averaged close to 30 points per game for the tirsl' year Wildcats. SURROUNDED BY THE ENEMY, lwustling .lim Mclvlonagle still manages to leave the ground and start up for a shot at the basket in the tresl'1men's battle with Temple. McMonagle was a consistent performer as the frosh posted a 6-4 record. TR AC UP, UP AND AWAY'-John Buckley Tlies Through The air wiTh The greaTesT of ease on his way To a 25-Toot-Mr inch leap To cop The ICAA Broad Jump TiTle and seT a new Villanova Stadium record. VlLLANOVA'S FABULOUS IRISHMAN, Ron Delany, Takes The IC4A mile run in a meeT record-breaking Time of 4:O7.8. Delaney also won The half-mile To close out his fanTasTic collegiaTe career. CONGRATULATIONS ARE lN ORDER as an lC4A omcial pre-senTs Delany wiTh a cup Cone of many he won aT Villanoval signiTicanT of his indoor performances in Madison Square Garden, where he was once again voTed The Top star of The year. l i lT'S THAT BUCKLEY BOY AGAIN, coming Through wiTh his record-breaking lump ThaT clinched The lC4A TiTle for The Main Liners. .C. A. A. A. A. May 30 and 31, T958-and The biggesT colleg- iaTe Track meeT of all cameiTo Villanova, as a capaciTy crowd waTched The WildcaTs Take Their second lC4A ouTdoor championship in a row, Top- ping powerful Penn STaTe, 33-5X6-27-lf3. The vicTory gave Jumbo EllioTT's Main Liners Their second sTraighT sweep of The collegiaTe indoor and ouTdoor crowns, wiTh Ron Delany and Ed Colly- more winning Two evenTs each and Phil Reavis and John Buckley adding oTher individual TiTles. HUSTLING BOB HOLUP 5Teps across The finish line a close second To Harvard's Joel Landau in The 120-yd. High Hurdles. A A Q' ,a- 'I QV.--4f',':j ,,:,gdfM-:HT f T-.Ajit-V. ,TA :H ggi.-V142-L V J-I: N, , wi., -4 f --j -T .iji-3U ,,-if W '-Q1 s1'Q'f""' gk:-PSE' , .. . . . ., - , .1 " . as-iii! ii: ,--,...w'?.. -A ,,--, f: '-- 1 - ': .f --f ' y,i,.,. ---'.-f-- 'Q' . - . , .,.,-1 -H- ':'l - -,gn ,cr .ff -- . f .,.i . ' W ,fa -1 ,,- , , ' T-1" Q . gm- w.,.,f., b J j,,,,.,f. f , ,.,.,,.g,,,, ,,,,.,,..u,.' ,U 7.39,-' - cl.-. 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' ' , ,,, v i l I l SPEAKING OF RECORDS, The IiTTlesT WildcaT of all, 5'lO" Phil Reavis, Took The high iump TiTle vviTh a 6'lO" leap To end his Villanova career. The jump gave Phil The meet record, stadium record and his personal high in outdoor compeTifion.- UTD00 I9 8 The l958 Track Team beaT ST. Joseph's, QuanTico and La Salle in ouTdoor dual meeTs, and Army and Syracuse in a Triangular evenT. The VVildcaTs also dominaTed The QuanTico Relays and The Penn Re- lays. ln The laTTer, They Took The mile relay and The sprinT medley for The TourTh4sTraighT year and The disTance medley for The Third, while seTTing meeT records in all Three. As defending cham- pions in The N.C.A.A. meeT, They Took Third place, as Ron Delany won a Tremendous "double"-The half-mile and The mile. BIG JOB AHEAD for Ed Collymore aT The Penn Relays as he Takes The baTon from Ron Delany and begins The anchor leg of The mile relay, Trailing Morgan STaTe's Nick Ellis by Ten yards. wiTh a clocking of 3:1 l.8. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED in less Than 46 seconds. Collymore crosses The Hnish line, beaTing Eliss by more Than TifTeen yards in The outdoor season's mosT Thrilling race TRIUMPHANT QUARTET-G e 0 r Syndor, Charlie Siead, Delany and Collymore-says a prayer of Thanks giving afTer seTTing The meeT record I DOOR I9 9 SENIOR CHARLIE STEAD successfully clears 6 feet 7 inches to win the IC4A high lump title. Stead also recorded victories in the Washington Star Games and the N.Y. Knights of Columbus Games. FINISHING STRONGLY, Bob Godesky takes second place in a handicap IOOO in the KC meet. Jack Fawcett, of Shanahan Catholic Club, who had a 20-yard advantage, is the winner. I i . . X- , I X , V Ulla .4 Shorn of the devastating power that existed for the previous three years, the I959 indoor track team still managed to turn in a successful season. The Wildcats took fourth in the lC4A champion- ships with I4 points, despite the fact that outdoor broad lump titlist John Buckley did not score be- cause of a muscle pull. A quartet composed of Ed Collymore, Joe Manion, Jim Blackburn and Charlie Stead won the National AAU sprint medley crown. The mile relay team cut seven seconds off its time in eight weeks of running, capping the season with a meet record of 3:I7.8 in Mil- waukee, Collymore, sophs Manion and Nick DeAngelis and junior Blackburn made up the foursome. 'nf' ,C lf ..Mnv amae,Wm"wmaMzamvfzw-n-v'sy'fvww,wIw-M 1'--sm ' '-'tgzw-,Y .- . -. .v .Iv "" Y ""' ' 'L 'gs- A CLOSE THIRD in the National AAU 60-yard championship is senior Ed Collymore. Paul Winder of Morgan State Ccenterl is first, while Pitts- burgh's Mel Barnwell is second. Collymore won the IC4A 60 title for the second straight year. vnwo -f-- b- -f. ...N- ff , :pg-. ,ggzz:-5.5.-3xp:5.,5-3 f --H.: 5 :iff :,,.:1,:g1::,, .-,-?4z,,. . .2 fm. fm. , ,, ,f -1 4 W2 0 2, j ,, af f 93 , ff fi Q l -Ii M ,v ' ar 14 im-9 41 f A R ff, 4 ,fy - ,..- 1 ,Lf-1' ' 4 . IT M- 7,-f:,W1V.,1gf xr J' waf- , ' 5 I lo, --N. Q A rx Qs A THE T959 OUTDOOR TRACK TEAM poses for its group picture, First row, left to right, are Kent Lydic, Dan Stager, John Daniels, Hank Neil, Lance Hugelmeyer, Tim McNamar, John Buckley and Norbert McNulty. Second row: Jim Blackburn, Paul Morra, Charley Stead, Ed Collymore, Jack Van Dusen, Vic DiMaio, Joe Manion and Bob Godesky. Third row: Assistant Coach Jim Tup- peny, student manager Phil Ryan, Bill Tinney, Ray Patria, Jack Donohue, Gene Rodgers, Steve O'Keefe, Dick Kaminski, Nick DeAngelis and Coach .lim Elliott. Missing are Jim Ward and Dick Keyser. gdfsnfilf SIL 4410 GRABBING THE POLE as he approaches a turn, sopho- more Nick DeAngelis holds a slim lead over ex-Wilclcat Charley Jenkins in a heat of the AAU 600. He was fifth in a tough field in the tinals. EDDIE COLLYMORE outsprints old rival Ira Davis to win a semi-final heat in the AAU 60. Before he turned to the sprints late in the season, Colly won tive consecu- tive 600-yard races. FROSH On The basis of sTellar performances in The mile relay, sprinT medley, disTance medley and The sprinTs some Track observers called The VVildcaT freshmen The besT yearling squad in The EasT. ImporTanT members were disTance men Jon DanTe, Angelo Sivieri, ArT Crowley and Bob Collins, middle-disTance men PaT NicasTro, Frank I-iegarTy, John Mannion, Bob Raemore, Bob Coiolil, Carl Wagner and Ernie Muir, sprinTers Frank Budd and Paul DrayTon, hurdler Leon Pras, shoT-puTTer Gerry Donini and hop-sTep-and-jumper Hubie VVhiTe. READY TO TAKE OFF as he hits The Tape, Frank Budd finishes second To PiTT's Mel Barnvvell Cnof shovvnj in a heaT of The AAU 60-yard dash. smrer or ANoTHER Leo, as quafrer-miler Frank HegarTy Takes The baton Trom half-miler Jon Dante in The Inquirer Games' disTance medley, Carl VVaQVW9" ran one lap and Angelo Sivieri ran a mile, as The frosh won by half a lap. MAKING UP GROUND on his second leg in The handi- cap mile relay of The KnighTs of Columbus Games is PaT NicasTro. The quarfef of Carl Wagner, Nicastro, Bob Raemore and Bob Cofhl won its section in 3:2i.l. BA SUV SWIMMI G Co-capTains Larry Palacio and Frank Keefe led The swimming Team To a 7-5 record againsT The roughesT compeTiTion coach Ed Geisz had yeT scheduled for his WildcaTs. Palacio and fellow seniors Jim Gregory and Bob PinTo paced The Main Liners To wins over Fordham, LaTayeTTe, Penn, La Salle, P.M.C., SeTTon Hall and GeTTysburg. Leading The lisT of reTurnees who will Try To avenge losses To WesT ChesTer, Navy, Rutgers and Army nexT season will be Keefe, STeve CarTin, Bob Dow, Joe Harvey and Bob Donahue. Besides The "big Three," oTher graduaTing seniors were John Rumbarger and Joe Lynch. 'l SLIM MARGIN of vicTory by The Wild- caTs evokes reacTions ranging from disbelief To ecsTasy from The specTa- Tors and parTicipanTs. Belle Air Edi- Tor Bob PinTo has iusT anchored The 400-yarcl TreesTyle relay Team To a win, sealing Villanova's TirsT Triumph over La Salle in The seven years since swimming was reacTivaTed here. A FLYING START To an arduous race. From lefT, Villanovans John Rum- barger and Joe Harvey and La Salle's PeTe Walheim and Tom Duffy ap- proach The waTer for The 220-yard TreesTyle. They TTnished The race in iusr The reverse order. TTI ,m...fe. ,Q 1' m POOL-SIDE ENCOURAGEMENT by John Rumbarger, Frank Dunne and Win Wilson is offered To Bruce McCreedy, who is swimming The 440 against La Salle. SWIMMING SQUAD looses For Team picture. Firsf row, from lefr, are Bob Pinro, Bob Donohue, Frank Dunn, co-caplain Larry Pala- cio, coach Ed Geisz, co-caprain Frank Keele, Richie Bowan, and Bill Cassin. Second row: Jerry Cechony, Bill Glennon, Lou Des- fossos, Bob Dow, Bill McCarthy, Bill Gilhool, Bruce McCreecly, Don Shoberl, and Joe Lynch. Third row: Jim Gregery, Win Wilson, Wally Ullrich, Mike Gleason, Joe Bauer, Harry Numb and manager Joe Bruno. . - , 3.31444 yy ,.4..:. N541 Y? :EM Q , fr . mi? 3, 1,3 if L ,,.,: 42. N f I Ui x 7..:::5i4b . 7 .W A V 5 f W f 7 P 4931 v CH V536 - 'fixiigtihlf 'M-.K .1 119 :. .i,K,wRQ?iQw X '- , ..., - 4 .-x. X .. ' .-4441, My 4. N.,, X A- fl.: 2.991 1? 1 fail, N ' .wI,., Q ' 5345, g n ' ,, .' any 1 xgifc. riff, 1- .V f . ,fs -4111 vcfv, .2'f4.47' ' k. -fx 4 ' f 54.-4 . f M, . , . , ,ew ,115 - fa' ' " e ff", '- . LEED. , - if tis?-lf, . Zia" Mk .ij if W, , , , f :- , gf-aw - 5.113 - 'EH fi za Af , 1 , - ' zQf:5 -I Q. anne. Hz ., KH xg, yvf A -fm: . if , f-H, f ,. ' if -iff:-3 A -A . . J: 4 , N .fc , I 1' -+:sQfv'gii'-T54 iff' 1 N- - f ' Lfiiiy- 25. jjfiwff ii - fi The T958 baseball season was one oT The mosT successful all Villanova diamond cam- paigns. The VVildcaTs of Coach ArT Mahan compiled a I3-won and 5-losT record during The regular season. AT one Time They won seven consecuTive games and deTeaTed such noTed baseball powers as LaTayeTTe and Del- aware. The fine play oT The Team gained iT an NCAA bid, and The CaTs made a good showing, losing To a sTrong New York Uni- versiTy Team, 2-I. The abiliTy oT I958 club is reflecTed in The TacT ThaT no less Than Tour of iTs members received major league con- TracTs. SENIOR RICK SAPIENZA slashes ouT --W-vw W-V a singl Josephs Villanova losT This one bui gained vengeance in a IaTer game with The Hawks. SLIDING IN SAFELY when a Throw by ST. Joseph's shorTsTop weni asTray is righTTielcIer Paul Borian. Villanova wenT on To win The game, 14-O. JOE KOLEN, Senior cenierflelder, beats Throw by West ChesTer ouifielder To The plaTe. Kolen's ef'forT was in vain-WesT Chesfer won early season conTesT, 4-3. V- ,, i , T .- f , 5 ,T w .v ' . - T fygg-U, . :rl f 4, ,ap ff,,,, ffl '. THE T958 BASEBALL TEAM poses Tor group piciure. They are QfTrsT row, leTT To righTD Rick Sapienza, Paul Borian, Hal Bauser, Joe Kolen, John Donafucci and Coach ArT Mahan. Second row: Bob Kropiewnicki, Torn Parry, Larry lVIasoTTi, Hank Nichols, John Neal, Freddy AnThony. Third row: Skip Handschur, Gerry Reczek, Ed Moran, Ray Lenzi, Joe Michell, Manager John Cronin. FourTh row: Bob Cipriano, Eddie Nlona4 han, Bob Vincent, Denny Carclone, George Emma and Ralph Kowalkowski. e in The game wiTh ST. SHORTSTOP JACK DONATUCCI is greeted by his Villa- nova mates after blasting a three run homer in Villa- nova's 14-O rout of St. Joseph's. SENIOR PITCHING ACE Jack Kelly and his Dad tiash big lrish smiles before Father's Day game with Seton Hall. Jack allowed only two hits that afternoon and Villanova won the game, 4-i. The tour Villanovans receiving big league contracts were pitcher Jack Kelly and catcher Hank Nichols, both of whom went to Pittsburgh, Bob Kropiewnicki, who signed with Cincinnati, and shortstop John Donatucci, who inked a De- troit Tiger contract. Sophomore Paul Borian led the team in hitting with a .320 average. Paul collected 22 hits in 68 trips to the plate. Sophomore Fred Anthony was the runs-batted-in leader with TB, Relieter Joe Nlichell was the top pitcher, winning three while losing only one tor a .750 percentage. BOB KROPIEWNICKI prepares to burn one down the middle. The combination of speed and control gained Bob a tive-won and three-lost record tor the season. His earned-run-average was a very respectable i.52. - x if , . l SX i xi . , ,NK JACK KELLY FIRES a low, inside curve ball. This is one of the big lett- hander's rare misses on the atternoon that he blanked St. Joseph's, T4-0. THINGS AREN'T GOING so well ouT on The mound-Coach Ari' Mahan looks deiecTed and pitcher Bob Kropiewnicki hurries To The bullpen To warm up. SOPHOMORE SHORTSTOP Fred An- Thony beaTs out an infield single againsT ST. .loseph's. HusTle like This gave Fred a .301 baTTing average for The 1958 season. He also led The Team in runs baffecl in wiTh 18. iii? x'5'1 J: ' Zi 0 .1 -1.-...tcggfsf-sv-ave.:.-:mfasrzwfer , .. . 21 't' gm.4-..-:Q-'jf--sf!1.-:.f.'.l4,,ggf.gene f - . 5 , aff :wr .1"zfQsw.'-vs-'29-fa :sf "4..Y-me-P14 :-, same.,-1,-sf. ' 'Z,i7'W,i'l'F1Mil"+Q"4. -mf.-iF."w1QtcP: .f' " gg .,4'Aeg4:5vi?4.1'2"f V k v f .. ,N-I. A .fz1awweffr1a::Yvf1f'35- I-2 44 f 1 ' .rumm - ' -:f"f-1....ffw-'V .-'.::w -- - '.M4"' f A. fs-W Cf- f .J . ,W,'..'.:-. . . . tw , , . yr.. K. E.,.M,...Z::,.qg2e,,g,',,2,,,,fwe.. 1 4 , . -IAGLL .N NICK AQUILINO, captain of the squad, has been a steady golfer and leader during his three varsity sea- sons. SENIOR MEMBERS of the T959 golf team are Cback row, left to rightj manager Bob Byrwa, Reggie Zurin- skas, Nick Aquilino, Roger Gaire, and Ronnie Zurinskas. Others are Cfront row, same orderb Jim Gay, Marty Connelly, Jim Cahill and Dave Doyle. 208 HALFVVAY HOME is this putt by Ron Zurinskas. Bob Byrwa at- tends the pin, while Dave Doyle patiently awaits his turn. ZURINSKAS BROTHERS, Reggie and Ronnie, Cor is it Ronnie and Reggie?j match drive swings in true twin style. GOLF The T958 varsity golf team turned in the school's fifth consecutive winning season by triumphing in six of ten matches. Coach Jim Elliott's men scored victories over St. Joseph's CtwiceD, La Salle, Drexel, Temple and Scranton. Losses were at the hands of Penn Ctwicej, Penn State and Muhlenberg. Only three members of that squad were seniors: Captain Frank Kruse, Jay Gibney and Joe Lewis. The latter turned professional shortly after graduation. Four juniors who returned for the T959 team were Nick Aquilino, Roger Gaire and twin brothers Ronnie and Reggie Zurinskas. we-Q J .nm Wlamtzfgvwr' .mlm 2z4fo'faMnfY5'Mz1l'fJ1Azwx'x'vY:Eiamwz-fmcfiwL' ' fwsyfmuwnmb s5m1m2m41f.E'MfMmvsi1.f3b 7. 1-lscmz-,ivazmnz Le'-L?'r.mi'.s'rix sv WI' 'ef -Lwrw ' ivfzc THE VARSITY RIFLE TEAM sTands ready for acTion. Members of The squad' are, First row: Frank MurTha, Jon Rietske, Bill Hearn. Second row: Charley Russell, Joe PolizzoTTo, Ed Hogan, NaT Coursey. Third row: CapTain Chris Kloss, Coach SgT. Ed- ward Molcany, Lou SpeveTz. TWO RIFLE CAPTAINS seT Their eyes on The Targef. GeTTing seT To Ere are Bill Hearn, capTain of The N.R.O.T.C. Rifle Team ClefTj and Chris Kloss, capTain of The VarsiTy Rifle Team. BoTh are Top performers in compeTi- Tion. WiTh The season half over, The VarsiTy Rifle Team sporTed a Three and Two record. Led by Their capTain and lone senior on The- Team, Chris Kloss, The riflemen deTeaTed Johns Hopkins, Penn STaTe and La Salle, while losing To Lehigh and Drexel. MaTches wiTh ST. John's, ManhaTTan and GeorgeTown compleTed The schedule. The PisTol Team shooTs boTh inTercoIlegiaTe and club maTches. Their rec- ord in The Delaware Valley League as of February sTood aT Tour losses and only one vicTory. They had bowed To The powerful and accuraTe guns of Army, Navy and The MerchanT Marine Academy. CapTain Jim D'Arcy and seniors Bill ScoTT and Paul Lang were The Top individual shooTers. RIFLE PISTOL PISTOL TEAM MINUS TWO Tells The sTory of This inTrepid band. PicTured are Paul Bindas, Joe Whalley, Bill ScoTT, Bill Pfoser, Lou Gale and Cap- Tain Jim D'Arcy. AbsenT from The picTure are Paul Lang and Jerry Snopkowski. A., A-'N INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPS after tour years of trying thats the story of Jizz A C which captured the coveted title this year by topping the East Wingers in the championship game The all senior team conslted of Front row Joe Miele John Cahill Jim Tarsey Joe Sayers Second row Larry Waterhouse co captains George Matouk and Don Brass Duke Goodwyn Last row Matt Brennan Don Gooley Duck Sur Ed Walsh John OConneII John Taorimina and Harry Tappen I TR IVILIRALS , ' 1 5 f .1 I K ,f :N . . 1' iii . "A 5 o .1 1- gveya The Intramural Department ot the university provides tor the athletic en deavors of the great number of Villanova students who do not take part in varsity athletics. Offering programs in all the maior sports as well as many specialized fields, the Villanova Intramural system supplies entertainment for almost 80 per cent of the student body. The program is moderated by the Rev. John Dunne, O.S.A., and is under the direction ot Ed Geisz and his as- sistant, Jack Lumsden. 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The hours spent over a textbook, the scribbled notes, and the pre-exam rushes were all essential parts of college life, but what will keep the memory of Villanova distinctive are the times and events not mentioned on the report cards. This was our real history: Class dances and the rush to parties following . . . football games that never seemed to show the real potential of our great team . . . cups of coffee in the Pie Shoppe . . . football trips . . . incessant rock 'n' roll on VVVIL . . . parties at the Boat House . . . the Orphans' Outing . . . bull sessions in the dorm . . . our twenty-first birthday . . . Big Five Games in the Palestra . . . chow hall lines . . . our hrst real cocktail party . . . leaving early Fridays. The senior car privileges. . .blazers with the middle button missing . . . hi-fi Dixieland . . . filter cigarettes . . . the Soph Cotillion . . . class elections and the attendant deluge of calling cards . . . the Bubble Room in Mendel . . . blaring announcements in the Pie Shoppe . . . Sputnik . . . the belt in the back . . . Belle Air Hall . . . Dougherty Hall bulletin board . . . car pools and brown bags . . . Charlie Brown and Snoopy . . . the Covered Bridge . . . Mendel swamp in the Spring . . . bonfire rallies. Getting cuts excused . . . jazz concerts . . . the "T" house . . . Villanova's entry in the Olympics . . . crossing the Pike . . . crew-neck sweaters . . . thumb- ing it to Thum's . . . a general in the White House . . . intramural football games where "touch" took on a new meaning . . . dirty khakis . . . slot machine SOME OF US WERE INSIDIOUSLY drawn into the Mickey House Club Through The spirited example ot our elders. 61055 Activities row . . . that steady date . . . the weekly Villanovan . . . ST. PaTty's Day in The big city . . . green gold, ii:5 finish, light aquamarine . . . The Campus cops . . . The dorm Telephone, always in use . . . a prom or Two for a few minutes . . . meetings with counsel- lors . . . snowfall that caused unscheduled holidays . . . The room-to-room hoagie salesman . . . beer . . . Trying To loorrow a nurse's matric card . . . There are more, many more. Some aren'T distinct memories, iust hazy impressions. They bring a laugh or a grimace, but always The thought: iT was college, iT was Villanova. WHEN THE SAINTS . . . An extemporaneous choral group was formed at The Sophomore Cotillion, Stan Rubin, conducting, The Tiger- town Five as accompanists. A ROBUST RING-The Tradition of class rings in Junior year became more than that tor us- it was a party week-end Too. ? 'md QW Q49 DADS FOR A DAY-A hectic clay with the "Johnnies" left a question as to who had the better time, the boys or their part- time guardians. 15' 9 jun hrs To most ot us Junior year meant one thing-Junior Week. But there were others, the Boston trip was at least a social sucess, Juniors ran the Orphans' Christ- mas Outing and added a new event to the social calendar, a Ring Dance week-end featuring a Louis Armstrong Jazz concert. We loided our time and tinally it arrived-Junior Week, 1959 style. HARRIED CHARIOTEERS-Preparations tor the Junior Prom started early and continued right clown to the wire, producing a real Roman Holiday. TRIUMPHANT TRUCKLOAD-We were loaded- in-trucks for the annual Villanova version of the Boston 'Tea Party. The team lost, but few remember that part. Junior Week sTarTed wiTh a daTe wiTh The mosT imporTanT women in our lives-our moThers, For many of Them iT wa's Their TTrsT Time aT Villanova and The day was spenT in acquainTing Them wiTh our campus. For oThers, The day provided a chance To renew old friendships and make new ones. For all iT was a good Time, and our besT daTe of The week. TREE FOR TOMORROW- Chairmen for The day, Ken MacGillivray and Don Kempf, were given The honor of planting The TradiTional class Tree in TronT of The chapel. Mather is' FAMILY COMMUNION-The day began as iT should, wiTh Mass and Holy Communion Tor The Juniors and Their moThers. Class moder- aTor FaTher Henry F. Weeks celebraTed The Holy SacriTice. AQUABAT-EnTerTainrnenT Tor The moThers Tea- Tured an aquacade in The Field House pool, buT iT didn'T dampen anyone's spiriTs. 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' . 1 QV: frf- - 7.21f'?:",,1fw'242.4:..Ej, V' - ,N ,, .vagjgef xv, I5 1- '- 'W '- , 1 ffyf 4 2 .ly-:ff , ,W - A -1,,'-.i,.,4,, ,,,, , wire- , , sf" ,,., f,.,k ,.4'4:,-5.,1g'.:-35.5,-'gk':v,v:'-.,fm-",-1j:.'1g51f:f,,M 'A , -4-M -' 2-Hr 'fe-if HM goes , 4.1 M. , ,ff , L... 91 is T ' , - , ,JW 2 I - ' ' iii? zzz., T- H - ' 61242: , f , f.f' 13,- 1-W 4-I TWO Mll.KS, PLEASE-Our Tavorlfe girls graced The cafeTeria for The noonday meal and were inTroduced To a long-sfanding Villanova Tradi- Tion-lines. Funny how The food im- proved ThaT day. sera. THE QUEEN AND HER COURT-These roses by every other name are just as sweet. From left: Bunny Noonan, Nancy Brittingham, Micki Lonsain Cthe queenj, Nancy Stein, and Ann Tushim. 471114 br from On a Roman Holiday proclaimed by chairman Gerry Hep- burn, the Junior Class gathered for its big dance of 1958. The Held house rivaled Rome, and Buddy Williams played while the night burned on. The alternating Tigertown Five allowed the dancers little opportunity to rest, and tired Promsters were grateful for a seat of their own the next night at the dinner dance. POLITICAL REVOLT-Some tired dancers rebel against the two- band system to form the Intermissions for Weary Waltzers splinter group. 15-I my ww, fig? J A '1 3 ,'-,554 ,,.-Q ,..,..,.. ra 'y 4 141,-fm-aww-W f nvvzxrw f angi na.. C1 V - mc- -'s.,' i fax? " -,,.,.Q,1.Jfw-.-A ..,w-n.:.,- A - '- ni ,Z -1.,.,4! J , 1:-1'.4,. . 1,2-in . . X, R OHQ ,N-I ,f ag V A T 75 , -5,- +'.,...-f l 4 2. 1. , 1 ATTer a poliTe game of musical chairs we were seaTed behind a pillar Tor a rapid dinner. Then we Took To The dance floor beTvveen Trips To The bar and oTher Tables. Our dinner dance was The TirsT Time The SheraTon bannisTer had supporTed college sTudenTs since The hoTel's rec:enT opening. THE SPEAKER AND THE SWAMI. As FaTher Weeks com- menTs on The seriousness of laTe hours, Class PresidenT Vic Ludmerer seems To be coniuring a humorous vision in his cofTee cup, THE EXECUTIVE TO HIS GIRL. "Well l wasn'T acfually chairman of This one buT l made mosT of The arrangements and did all The work." jun 21 D him' Z? me WHEN DO WE DANCE? The Trouble with afTer dinner speakers is ThaT They are so difflculT to hear While you Talk To your buddy across The Table. CHAMPAGNE COCKTAILS. Some Touncl Things To be in beTTer focus upsfairs. THE SUAVE DANCER-Yes, l Took lessons pardon me, aT, excuse me, ArThur Murray's for a few years-buf There was always a liTTle more room. fp' N423 -Q in-A.. . X '1 Top Row: RICHARD ALLEN, O.S.A. IO Oakleigh La., St. Louis 24, MO. ' Cascia Hall High School, Tulsa, Oklahoma ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. C.S.M.C. 2,3,4, Tagastan Club 2,3,4, Seminary Choir 2,3,4, Poly- phonic Choir 2,3,4, Catholic Action 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. ANTHONY M. AMENDOLA I56 Wallace St., Tuckahoe, N. Y. ' Archbishop Stepinac High School, ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, International Relations Society 4, Intramurals I,2. DONALD R. ANDERSON 5820 Arch St., Philadelphia 39, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. N.R.O.T.C. I,2,3,4, Villanovan 4, Psychology Club 4, Quarterback Society, Secretary 4, Commodore, Art Editor 3,4, N.R.O.T.C. Band I,2,3, Executive Officer 4. RUDOLPH E. ANGELI 72 7Ist St., Brooklyn 9, N. Y. ' Brooklyn Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. RICHARD J. ANTHONY I26I Center Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. French Club I. villanova university Bottom Row: NICHOLAS J. AQUILINO 277 Ardsley St., Staten Island 6, N. Y. ' Sf. Peter's High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E. 3,4, Golf 2,3, Captain 4. ANTHONY P. ARCURI 529 Dallas St., York, Pa. ' York Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Mother's Day Committee 3, Sanctuary Society I,2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Villanova Band 3, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intra- murals 2,3. JOSEPH D. ARMON 254 N. Bowman Ave., Merion, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Cross Country 2,3, Track I,2,3, Intramurals I,2,3,4. ALFRED A. AUKZEMAS I I4 W. 16th St., Lansdale, Pa. ' Little Flower High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. RONALD M. AUTH II4 Malba Dr., Malba, N. Y. ' La Salle Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. class of l959 BERNARD J. AVELLINO 2226 S. Beechwood St., Philadelphia 45, Pa. ' Central High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Villanovan 4, Psychology Club 3, President 4, Intramurals 1. DOUGLAS P. AVERY Haddon Hills, Haddonfield, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. HOWARD J. AVIL, JR. 751 Fern St., Yeadon, Pa. ' St, .loseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Sanctuary Society 3, Villanova Engineer 3, Business Manager 4, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3, Social Chairman 4, Opera Classica 3, A.I.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,3,4, MICHAEL P. AXT Old Mill Rd., Sea Girt, N. J. ' St. Rose High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council 4, Orientation Committee 4, Spirit Committee 1,2, Treasurer, Ticket Chairman 3,4, Jazz Concert Ticket Chairman 3, Mother's Day Committee Chairman, Junior Dinner Dance Special Arrangements Chairman, Junior Prom Ticket Chairman, Steering Committee 4, Class Treasurer 4, Villanovan 2, Belle Masque 2, Turf and Tinsel 2,3, Business Manager 4, Shamokinaki Dance 3, National Collegiate Who's Who 4. CHARLES F BACHER 2021 So. 67th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3, Opera Classica 3, A.I.E.E. 2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4. DONALD R. BAGIN 423 S. Mitchell Ave., Lansdale, Pa. ' Lansdale Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Prom Committee 4, International Relations Society 4, National Edu- cation Association 4, Intramurals I,2,3. NELSON J. BAKER 7361 Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia 15, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Semper Fidelis, Society tor the Advancement of Management 2, Swimming 2, Intramurals 3. ROBERT F. BAKER 2738 W. 24th St., Chicago 8, Ill. ' St. Ignatius High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS. 1 N.R.O.T.C., Junior Prom Committee, Ring Dance Committee, Physics Club 2,3,4, Astronomy Club 3,4, Intramurals 3,4, CHRISTOPHER BAKEY 3049 Carman St., Camden 5, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4. JAMES BARBERA 6027 Chester Ave., Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., A.I.E'.E.-l.R.E. 3,4, lntramaurals 1,2,3,4, Commodore Staff 3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4. ROCCO BARBIERI 462 Totowa Rd., Totowa Boro., N. J. ' Passaic Valley High School f BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Intramurals I,2,3,4. WILLIAM G. BARNES, JR. 60 Nyack Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club I,2,3,4. JOHN A. BARONE 48 S. Sproul Rd., Broomall, Pa. ' Marple-Newtown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Business Whirl Co-Editor 4, Veterans Club 3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2, Publicity Committee 3, Secretary 4, Intramurals 3,4. RAYMOND BARRETT 215 Springmill Ave., Conshohocken, Pa. ' St. Matthew's High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EcoNoMIcs. Accounting Society 3,4, Veterans Club 4. JAMES J. BARRY 7I25 Buist Ave., Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4. WILLIAM A. BARRY, JR. 336 33rd St., Brigantine, N. J. ' Mother of the Saviour Seminary High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.R.O.T.C., Semper Fidelis 3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3, Opera Clas- sica 2, Intramurals 2,3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4. REGINA BAUSHER Box 239 Somerdale Rd., Blackwood, N. J. ' Haddonfield Memorial High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NuRsINo. Junior Prom Decorations, Senior Prom Decorations, MotheI"s Day, Phi Theta Chi 2,3,4, Opera Classica 4. YN JOSEPH BAWDUNIAK 219 Crestway Dr., King of Prussia, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS. Mendel Bulletin 4, Chemistry Club 4, Physics Club I,2,3,4, Student Library Committee 3. ROBERT F. BAXTER T54 Seminole Ave., Norwood, Pa. ' St. James High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS. Math Club I,2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Physics Club 'I,2, Astronomy Club I, Intramurals 3,4. JAMES P. BEAHN 7123 Forrest Ave., Philadelphia 38, Pa. ' St. John's High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Junior Ring Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Senior Committee for Placement, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Geology Club 4, Intramurals i,2,3,4. villanova university Top Row: GEORGE L. BECHT 55 Kensington Rd., Garden City, N. J. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 3,45 Belle Masque 2,4, Secretary-Treasurer and Acting President 35 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,45 Pi Tau Sigma 3,45 A.S.M.E. 2,3,4. PAUL A. BECK 118 S. Sth Ave., Highland Park, N. J. ' Highland Park High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 3,45 Junior Prom Decorations5 Ring Dance Com- mittee5 Basca Dance Committee 45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,45 Villanova Engineer 45 A.S.M.E. 2,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. RICHARD R. BEDNAR 618 Cedar St., Boonton, N. J. - Boonton High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 1,2,3,45 Soph Cotillion Decorations5 Junior Prom Decora- tions5 Senior Prom Ticket Committee5 Marketing Club 35 President 45 Accounting Society 25 Society for the Advancement of Management 45 Intramurals 1. ' STEPHEN P. BEITER 138 East 8th St., Clifton, N. J. ' St. Peter's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 1,2,3,45 Interfraternity Ball 3,45 Junior Prom Com- mittee5 Turf and Tinsel 2,45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,45 Sanctuary Society 3,45 A.I.E.E. 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ANTHONY T. BELFI 1301 S. 53rd St., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Soph Cotillion, Pre-Law Society 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. class of 1959 Bottom Row: EDWARD R. BELL 7001 Hilltop Rd., Bywood, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Intercollegiate Conference on Government 35 International Relations Society 3,45 Pre-Law Society 35 Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOHN J. BELL 117 Highland Rd., York, Pa. - York Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Math Club 2,35 Astronomy Club 45 Intramurals 3,4. ROBERT A. BENE 46 Brook Ave., Passaic, N. J. - Passaic High School - BACHELOR oi: SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society for the Advancement of Management 45 Intramurals 2,3,4. RICHARD L. BENNETT 700 Linwood St., New Cumberland, Pa. ' Harrisburg Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 25 Industrial Relations Club 1,25 Opera Classica 2,35 Marketing Club 2,3,45 Intramurals I,2,3,4. O. HUGO BERNTSSON, JR. 501 Grove Ave., Patchogue, N. Y. ' Bayport High School ' BACHE- LoR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Junior Prom Committee5 Villanova Engineer 35 Circulation Manager 45 A.S.C.E. 2,3,45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ff if .+L- . ' 5. 1 2.45 1' F1555 ,L 15- ggt. I,,tII I " ,rm '-. 1. . Top Row: THOMAS C. BERTOLINI 2638 S. Ioth St., Philadelphia 45, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School, ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,4, JOHN R. BEST 5 S. Harvard Ave., Ventnor, N. J. ' Atlantic City High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Veterans Club 3,4, Turf and Tinsel 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,4, Constitution Committee 3, Industrial Relations Club 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. ROBERT A. BEST 836 E. Park Ave., Long Beach, N. Y. ' Long Beach High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society tor the Advancement of Management 2, Spanish Club 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. VAL J. BIELECKI 256 Jackson St., Bristol, Pa. ' Bristol High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, Account- ing Society 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2, 3,4, Industrial Relations Society 2, Veterans Club 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. GEORGE L. BIELITZ, JR. I93 Winding Way, Little Silver, N. J. ' Red Bank Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.R.O.T.C., Spirit Committee 2,3, Junior Dinner Dance Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Soph Cotillion, Orphans Outing 3, Ring Dance, WVIL 2,3, Opera Classica 2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I,2,3,4, Pershing Rifles I,2,3, Treasurer 4, Quarterdeck Society 4. Villanova university Bottom Row DOMENIC A. BIELLO 2I7 Williams Rd., Rosemont, Pa. ' Radnor High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intramurals 2,3,4. VINCENT A. BIFFERATO 4028 Newcastle Ave., New Castle, Del. ' Salesianum High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. N.F.C.C.S. 2, Inter-Faternity Ball 2,3,4, Soph Cotillion, Ring Dance Decorations, Delta Pi Mu I,2,3, Executive Council 4, Spanish Club I,2,3,4, Basketball Manager I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOHN P. BIGGINS 321 Dean St., West Chester, Pa. ' West Chester Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECoNoMICs. Frosh-Soph Hop Committee, Pre-Law Society 3,4, Intercollegiate Con- ference on Government 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3. JOHN A. BIHLMIER 2 N. Newport Ave., Ventnor, N. J. ' Holy Spirit High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Student Education Association 2,3,4, ROBERT J. BILLICK 722 Caldwell St., Chester, Pa. ' Saint James High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Class of I959 GERALD F. BILLINGS Sylvan Court, Lakewood, N. J. ' Lakewood High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Orphans Outing 35 lnterfraternity Ball 45 Jazz Concert 35 Charity Ball 35 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3, Student Council Representative 45 Mar- keting Club 45 Football I,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Sanctuary So- ciety 4. PAUL T. BINDAS 213 Green St., Boonton, N. J. ' Boonton High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 1,2,3,45 Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,45 A.S.C.E. 2,3,45 Intramurals 3,4. RICHARD E. BLAIR 1304 Edgehill Rd., Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Veterans Club 45 Business Whirl, Publicity Director 45 Society for the Advancement ot Management 2,3,4. ELAINE A. BLAND 5400 N. 4th St., Philadelphia 20, Pa. ' Little Flower High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Alpha Delta Chi 3. JOHN A. BONANNI 924 Watkins St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. MARGARET MARY BONNER 3 W. White St., Summit Hill, Pa. ' Marian High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Ticket Committee, Charity Ball 35 Soph-Frosh Hop 15 Charity Ball Committee 35 Soph Cotillion Committee5 Mother's Day Committee5 Junior Prom Committee5 Belle Masque 1,2,35 Turf and Tinsel 1,25 WVIL 1,25 Pi Theta Chi 1,2,3,45 The Guild 4. SALVATORE F. BORGESE 1620 S. 8th St., Philadelphia 48, Pa. ' South Philadelphia High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS. Villanovan 2,3, Business Manager 45 Physics Club 2,3,45 Math Club 2,3. ROBERT J. BOTHWELL 2108 Horace Ave., Abington, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C.5 A.S.C.E. 3,4, WILFRID G. BOUCHER, JR. 609 Beech St., Manchester, N. H. ' Bishop Bradley High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marching Band I,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,45 Secretary-Treasurer 35 Band and Concert President 45 Orientation Committee, Accounting Society 1,2,3, Student Council Representative 4. CHARLES N. BOWLING 408 Rutland Ave., West Englewood, N. J. ' Teaneck High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Veterans Club 4. GERALD P. BOYLE 784 Cinnaminson St., Philadelphia 28, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A.S.M.E. 4, Intramurals 2,3,4. JOSEPH A. BRADLEY 660 Yeadon Ave., Yeadon, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH J. BRADLEY 1840 S. Yewdell St., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catho- lic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOSEPH A. BRADY 614 W. Indiana Ave., Philadelphia 33, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 3, Mother's Day Committee, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, International Relations Society 2, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS E. BRADY, JR. 1823 S. 65th St., Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Charity Ball 3, Steering Committee 4, Dinner Dance 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2, Procedures Committee 3,4, Industrial Relations Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PETER D. BRASS 1255 California Rd., Tuckahoe, N. Y. ' Archbishop Stepinac High School 0 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3,4, Marketing Club, Delta Pi Epsilon 4, Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. MATTHEW F. BRENNAN 113 Buckingham Rd., West Hempstead, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 1,2, Orientation Committee, Soph Cotillion Decora- tions Committee, Orphans Weekend Chajrman 3, Class Vice-Presi- dent 3, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Turf and Tinsel 4, International Relations Society l,3, Vice-President 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Football 1, Basketball 2,3, Intramurals 4. RICHARD D. BRESLIN 95 E. Bergin Place, Red Bank, N. J. ' Red Bank Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. N.R.O.T.C., Spirit Committee 2, Orientation Committee, National Education Association 2,3,4, Sanctuary Society 2, Intramural Council 2, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS J. BRESLIN 6534 Belmar Terr., Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Junior Ring Dance, A.S.M.E. 2,3,4, Pi Tau Sigma 3, Vice President 4, Intramurals 3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4, Commodore 3,4. HARRY L. BREUCKER 2621 N. Darien St., Philadelphia 33, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi l,2, Villanovan 2,3, Circulation Manager 4, A.I.Ch.E. 2,3, A.S.M.E. 3,4, villanova university Top Row: EUGENE D. BROCHU Juniper Ridge, Danbury, Conn. ' Danbury High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Junior Prom Committee, Shamokinaki Commitee 3, Belle Masque 2, Villanova Singers I,2,3,4, WVIL 3, Music Director 4. ANDREW A. BROGAN Matson Ford Rd., Radnor, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3, Spanish Club I,2, Marketing Club 4. HARRY N. BROOMALL 516 Chester Pike, Norwood, Pa. ' St. James High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Marching Band 3, Concert Band 3,4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,4. DONALD R. BROWN . 20 Beverly Parkway, Freeport, N. Y. - Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee I,2,3, Rally Co-Chairman 4, Steering Committee 3, Soph Cotillion Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Mother's Day Committee, Orientation Committee, Semper Fidelis Society 2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Marketing Club I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. EDWARD C. BROWN, JR. Edgewood Rd., Yardley, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Soph Cotillion Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Owl I-lop Committee, Belle Masque 3,4, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, A.S.C.E. I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. class of I959 Bottom Row: WALTER R. BROWNBACK King and Chester Rds., Malvern, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Soph Cotillion Committee, Villanova Singers 4, Intramurals 2,3,4. PAUL A. BUCKLEY 770 E. 24th St., Chester, Pa. - St. James High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Senior Prom Committee, Villanovan 3, News Editor 4, Literary Club 3, Secretary 4, Lynx, Publicity Editor 4, Belle Air 4, French Club I, Intramurals I,3. RICHARD C. BULLOTTA I6 Giunta La., West Chester, Pa. ' St. Agnes High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3. GERTRUDE A. BULTERMAN 903 Ashland Ave., Glenolden, Pa. ' Notre Dame High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Junior Prom Committee, Mother's Day, Pi Theta Chi I,2,3,4, WVIL I, Belle Masque I,2,3, The Guild 3,4. LEO J. BURKE, JR. 5306 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, 4I, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. I,2, Beta Gamma 2,3,4, WVIL 2, Industrial Relations Club 2,3, Opera Classica 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3, Psychology Club 4, Intramurals 3. Top Row: ROBERT J. BYRWA 471 Lexington St., Grosse Pointe, Mich. ' St. Paul's High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,35 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Basca Award 1,25 So- ciety for the Advancement of Management 1,2,3,45 Industrial Rela- tions Club 1,2,35 Intramurals 1,2,3. JOSEPH A. CACCIOLA 26 Trinity Place, Albany, N. Y. ' Cathedral Academy ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 35 Villanova Engineer 3,45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,45 Sanctuary Society 45 Radio Club 3,45 A.l.E.E. 2,3,4. ROBERT W. CADE 601 Wagner Road, Lafayette Hill, Pa. ' Saint Matthew's High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spanish Club 1,25 International Relations Society 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN E. CAHILL 92 Midland Ave., Rye, N. Y. ' Archbishop Stepinac High School ' BACHELOR OE ARTS. - N.R.O.T.C.5 Semper Ficlelis 3,45 Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH B. CALLAGHAN 5515 N. Marshall St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. A.5.C.E. 2,3,4. Villanova university Bottom Row: MARGARET M. CALLAN 5856 Malvern Ave., Philadelphia 31, Pa. - Mater Misericordiae Aca- demy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Alpha Delta Chi, Secretary 2,3,45 Opera Classica 2,35 Lynx 2,3 Shamokinalci Dance Committee 35 Nursing Week Committee 3. JOHN J. CALLANAN 225 Valley Road, Montclair, N. J. ' Montclair High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,35 Delta Pi Mu 1,2,35 Social Committee 4 Industrial Relations Club 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PATRICK C. CAMPBELL ' 1312 71st Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Pre-Law Club 2,3,45 Intercollegiate Conference On Government 3,45 Literary Club 35 International Relations Society 25 Spanish Club 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN W. CANAVAN 1414 Riverside Drive, Connerton, Pa. ' St. Joseph's High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 1,2,35 lntertraternity Ball 25 Shamokinaki 3,45 Turf and Tinsel 1,2,3,45 WVIL 45 Finance Society 45 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Astronomy Club 3,45 Intercollegiate Conference on Government 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. DON P. CANNA 31 Grand Central Ave., Amityville, N. Y. ' Amityville High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 1,2,35 Soph Cotillion 25 Shamokinaki 2,3,45 Turf and Tinsel 2,3,45 WVIL 45 Marketing Club 2,35 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. class of 1959 1 Turf and Tinsel 25 Shamokinaki Committee 15 Intertraternity Ball 45 French Club 15 Society for the Advancement ot Management 3,45 JOHN M. CARMOSKY 702 Seneca St., Pottsville, Pa. f Pottsville Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS. N.R.O.T.C., Villanova Singers 3, Librarian 4, Physics Club, Secretary I, Treasurer 2, Student Council Representative 3, American Institute of Physics, President 4, N.R.O.T.C. Band I,2,3, Commander 4, Intra- murals 3,4, KENNETH S. CARNEY 1328 Taft Rd., W. Englewood, N. J. ' St. Cecilia's High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Interfraternity Ball Committee 3,4, Soph Cotillion Committee 2, Turf and Tinsel 3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Belle Masque 4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Finance Club 44, Pre-law Club 3, Intramurals l,2,3,4. RONALD F. CARPER I5 Smoketon Rd., Quakertown, Pa. - St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. A Accounting Society 3,4, Intramurals 4. CHARLES W. CARR 585 Barrett Ave., Haverford, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School f BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN O. CARR, JR. Westover Rd., Morrisville, Pa. ' Trenton Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. VINCENT A. CARRELLI 203 N. Wycombe Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catho- lic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. N.R.O.T.C., Committee, Committee, Masque 4, Society for ciety 4, N.R.O.T.C. Band I,2,3, Intramurals I,2. JOHN J. CANNON 7044 RU5kl"' L5-1 Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Belle Masque l,2,3,4, National Collegiate WhO'S Who. ANDREW P. CAPRERI IO7 Bickley Rd., Glenside, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. PETER J. CARINI 66 Waldorf Ct., Brooklyn 30, N. Y. ' La Salle Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3, Soph Cotillion 2, Turf and Tinsel 2, Finance Club 2,3,4, Rifle Team 2, Intramurals I,4. LAWRENCE W. CARLIN, JR. 50 Bennett Ave., Staten Island I2, N. Y. - St. Peter's High' School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee I,2,3,4, N.F.C.C.S. I,2, Junior Prom Soph Cotillion, Senior Prom Committee, MOther's Day Steering Committee 3,4, Ring Dance 3, WVIL 3,4, Belle Villanova SingeI's 2, Belle Air 2, Semper Fidelis 3,4, the Advancement of Management 3,4, Quarterdeck SO- PAUL E. CASS I DY EDWARD V. CARUSO 3547 New Queen St., Philadelphia 29, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Pre-Law Society 3,4, Intramurals 3,4. JOHN A. CASEY 133 Summitt Terr., Rosemont, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM F. CASEY 654 Seneca Ave., Norwood, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A.S.M.E. 4 LAWRENCE E. CASSEL 106 Knox St., Norristown, Pa. ' St. Patrick's High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E. 3,4. 1361 Taft Rd., West Englewood, N. J. ' Regis High School ' BACHE- I LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3,4, Junior Prom Committee, Turt and Tinsel 3,4, Pre-Law Society 2,3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, Basca Decorations Committee 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,-4. ALFRED C. CATINO, JR. 32 S. Market St., Shamokin, Pa. ' Shamokin Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Charity Ball 3, Shamokinaki Dance 4, Sanctuary Society 4, Religious Attairs Committee 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4. FRANCIS N. CAVALIER 531 Seneca St., Greensburg, Pa. ' Greensburg High School ' BACHE- LOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Spirit Committee 2,3, Steering Committee 3, Class Ring Committee 3, Junior Queen Contest Chairman, Orientation Com- mittee 2, Jazz Concert 3, Charity Ball 3, Semper Fidelis 3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Geology Club 3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4, N.iR.O.T.C. Drill Team 3, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GERALD J. CECHONY 137 Ave. "B," New York 9, N. Y. ' Cardinal Hayes High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 3,4, Soph Cotillion 2, Ring Dance 3, Intertraternity Ball 4, Radio Club 3,4, Opera Classica 3,4, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Swim- ming Team 1,2,3,4. LOUIS .J. CEDRONE 1031. Flanders Rd., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. FRANK M. CERNOS 11 E. Spring Ave., Ardmore, Pa. ' Upper Chichester High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Veterans Club 3, President 4, Society for the Advancement of Man- agement 2,3,4, Industrial Relations Club, Publicity Director 1,2,3,4. 65 villanova university Top Row: DOMENIC C. CETRONE 5413 Media St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,-1. ANDREW J. CI-IADWICK 84 Chester Ave., Clifton Heights, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN J. CHARDE 8 Berry St., Lynbrook, N. Y. ' Lynbrook High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Junior Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Soph Cotillion, Bell Masque 3, Turf and Tinsel 3,4, Basca Award I,2,3,4, WVIL 1,2,3,4, Accounting Society 3,4, Business Whirl 1,2, Intramurals 1,2,3, National Collegiate Who's Who 4. WILLIAM G. CHRISTMAN 1967 E. 29th St., Brooklyn 29, N. Y. ' St. Augustine High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Student Council, Student Activities Committee Chairman 4, Ring Com- mittee 3, Villanovan 3, Copy Editor 4, Villanova Engineer 2, Copy ,Editor 3, Associate Editor 4, Sanctuary Society 3, Secretary 4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2, Executive Committee 3,4, Shamokinaki Committee Chairman 3, Marching and Concert Band 1,2,3, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3, Intramurals 2,3,4. WILLIAM B. CHRISTY, IV 50 W. Mermaid La., Philadelphia 18, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council 2,3, Spirit Committee I,2, Executive Council 3, N.F.C.C.S. 2, Class Executive Council 2, Steering Committee 3, Orphan'S Weekend Publicity Co-Chairman 3, Orientation Committee 2,3, Sopb Cotillion Committee, Mother's Day Committee, Father's Day Committee, Villanovan 1,2,3, Feature Editor 4, Belle Air, Under- class Editor 3, Associate Editor 4, Lynx 1,2,3, Managing Editor 4, Literary Club 2,3,4, French Club 2,3, Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4. , Class of 1959 Bottom Row: JOSEPH C. CITERONI 4701 Linden Ave., Philadelphia 14, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E.-I.R.A. 2,3,4, International Relations Society 2. JAMES CLARK 3230 Berkley Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 3,4, Physics Club 1,2, A.I.Ch.E. 2,3, Vice-President 4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3, Secretary 4, American Chemical Society 4, Intramuals 2,3,4. RICHARD P. CLARKE 146-18 21st Ave., Whitestone, N. Y. ' Mount St. Michael High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Junior Prom Committee, Mother's Day Committee, Semper Fidelis 1,2,3, Villanova Singers 1,2,3, Turf and Tinsel 2,3, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Marketing Club 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. AGNES PATRICIA CLINTON 21 McPherson St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. ' Chestnut Hill Hospital School of Nursing ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Steering Committee 3, Senior Dinner Dance Committee 3, Opera Classica Society 3,4, French Club 3,4, Secretary 4, Alpha Delta Chi Vice-President 3, President 4. EDMUND G. COCCAGNA 671 Conestoga Rd., Villanova, Pa. ' Radnor High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance Decoration Committee, Junior Prom Decoration Commit- tee, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.A. 1,2,3,4. 15' Top Row: FRANCIS A. COCCAGNA 671 Conestoga Rd., Villanova, Pa. ' Radnor High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4. PHILIP M. CODY 506 S. Orange St., Media, Pa. ' Pennsylvania Military Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society tor the Advancement of Management 3,45 Veterans Club 3,4. THOMAS P. COEN 199 Rockaway Ave., Rockville Center, N. Y. ' Long Beach High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. JOHN G. COFFEY 617 Kenilworth Rd., Ardmore, Pa. ' Haverford High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. WVIL 1,2,3,4, Pre-Law Society 4. ROBERT J. COLEMAN 1541 N. 60th St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. villanova university 236 Bottom Row: FRANCIS X. COLGAN 616 Fern St., Yeadon, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. KATHLEEN MARGARET COLLINS 347 Conestoga Rd., Wayne, Pa. ' Convent of the Sacred Heart High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Orientation Committee 2, Sophomore Cotillion, Decorations, Soph- Frosh Hop, Decorations 1, Junior Prom, Decorations, MOther's Day, Pi Theta Chi 1,2,3,4, WVIL 1,2, Belle Air 1,2, Nursing Editor 3, Turf and Tinsel I, The Guild 4. EDWARD L. COLLYMORE 80 Kinnaird St., Cambridge, Mass. - Rindge Technical High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4. JAMES L. COLOMBO I S. 14th St., Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 1, Intramurals 4. JOSEPH T. CONAWAY 401 Bayard Ave., Wilmington, Del. ' Salesianium High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spanish Club 1, Intramurals I,3. class of 1959 EDMUND J. CONDON 35 Kent St., Farmingdale, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Junior Week, Mother's Day Committee5 Soph Cotillion Committee5 Junior Prom Committee5 Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3, Executive Committee 45 A.S.C.E. 2,3,45 Intramurals I,2,3,4. WILLIAM D. CONFOY I76 Morris Ave., Rockville Center, N. Y. ' South Side High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 45 Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,45 A.S.M.E. 2,45 Intramurals I,2,3,4. FRANCIS X. CONNELLY, JR. 7I4 W. Cobbs Creek Pkwy., Yeadon, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.R.O.T.C.5 Accounting Society 3,45 Intramurals I,2,3,45 N.R.O.T.C. Recreation Committee I,2,3,45 Quarterdeck Society 4. FRANKLIN E. CONNOLLY 40 Bellevue St., Elizabeth, N. J. ' St. Peters Preparatory School 0 BACHELOR OF ARTS. Mother's Day Co-ChaIrman5 Decorations Committee-Sophomore Co- tillion, Junior Prom, Senior Prom5 Villanovan I,2, Art Editor 3,45 Lynx, Art Editor 45 Villanova Singers I,2,3, Vice-President 45 WVIL 3,45 Belle A'ir 4. RAYMOND F. CONNOR, JR. 28 Otis St., Medford, Mass - Medford High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. A.l.Ch.E. 2,3,45 Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4. JOSEPH W. COOKE 7437 Limekiln Pike, Philadelphia 38, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Steering Committee 45 Spirit Committee 35 Intertraternity Ball 35 Senior Dinner-Dance Committee5 Senior Prom Committee5 Ring Dance Committee 35 Junior Prom Committee5 Belle Air 2,35 Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,45 Villanova Engineer 45 Chi Epsilon Mu 3,45 A.S.C.E. 2,3,45 Geology Club 45 Intramurals 3,4. JOSEPH A. CORCORAN 268 Woodside Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. ' Ridgewood High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,45 A.l.Ch.E. 2,3,45 Track 1,25 Intramurals I,2,3,45 American Chemical Society 3,4. JAMES W. COREY 3I0 Second St., Charleroi, Pa. ' Charleroi High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. N.R.O.T.C.5 Student Council 3, Ways and Means Committee Chair- man, Parliamentarian 45 Spirit Committee 25 Orientation Committee 45 Junior Week Committee5 Steering Committee 45 Debating Society 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, President 45 Villanova Singers I,2, Secretary-Treasurer 3,45 Delta Pi Mu I,2,3,45 Intramural Council I, Commissioner of Sports 2, President 35 WVIL I, Trattic Manager 2, Chief Announcer 3, Personnel Director 45 Swimming Team I,25 N.R.O.T.C. Recreation Council I,2, Treasurer 3, President 45 N.R.O.T.C. Battalion Adiutant 45 Intramurals I,2,3,45 National Collegiate Who's Who. JAMES F. CORNELY 3II Hinkson Blvd., Ridley Park, Pa. ' St. James Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3,45 International Relations Society 3,45 Inter- collegiate Conterence on Government 3,4. NOEL NORMAN COSTA 34 Tenth Ave., Haddon Heights, N. J. ' Haddon Heights High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Villanovan 35 Mendel Bulletin 45 Lambda Kappa Delta I,2,3,45 As- tronomy Club 3. ANDREW J. COTTERALL 4047 Ellendale Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4, A.S,C.E. I,2,3,4. MARY KATHLEEN COWAN II2 S. Lansdowne Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' Academy of Notre Dame de Namur - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Orphans Day 3,4, Junior Prom Decorations Committee, Charity Ball Decorations Committee 3, Pi Theta Chi I,2,3,4, The Guild, Secretary 3,4. BERNARD M. COYLE 901 E. Boylston St., Pasadena, Calif. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Semper Fidelis 2,3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 3,4, Veterans Club 3,4, Marketing Club 2,3,-4, Secretary 2, Pre-Law So- ciety 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOHN J. CRONIN 1436 Powell St., Norristown, Pa. ' Norristown High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Opera Classica 3, Student Education Association 2,3, Secretary 4, Baseball Manager I,2,3,4, Intramurals I. WILLIAM CROUSE 46 Beechwood Rd., Malvern Pa. ' Tredyftrin-Easttown High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. JAMES P. CROWLEY II6 Lindsay St., Runnemede, N. J. ' St. Peter's High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ROBERT JOSEPH CUNIUS T829 N. 59th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS, Student Council 3, Social Affairs Committee 4, Spirit Committee 2, Orientation Committee 4, Veterans Club 3,4, Turf and Tinsel 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2, Industrial Relations Club 2,3, Intramurals I,2,3,4. its ALEXANDER R. CUNNINGHAM 2I6 Burmont Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Intramurals 2,3,4. FRANK R. CUNNINGHAM 912 Edmonds Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' Upper Darby Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Steering Committee 3, Viilanovan 2,3, Copy Editor 4, Belle Masque 2,3, Debating Society 2, Recording Secretary 3, Corresponding Sec- retary 4, International Relations Society 4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government, Chairman 4, Intramurals 3,4. JANET M. CUNNINGHAM 3 Linden Ave., Merchantville, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Spirit Committee I,2, Junior Prom Decorations Committee, Mother's Day, Villanovan I, Bell Masque I,2,3, Belle Air 3, WVIL I,2, Turf and Tinsel I,2,3, The Guild 3,4, Pi Theta Chi I, Secretary 2,3,4. villanova university Top Row: EDWARD G. CURRALL 836 Floral Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. ' St. Benedict's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 2,3, Sophomore Cotillion 2, WVIL l,2, Director ot Sports 3, Production Manager 4, Turf and Tinsel l,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4, N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I, Pershing Rifles I. JOHN J. CURTIN 450 W. Sickles St., Kennett Square, Pa. ' Kennett Consolidated High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council 3, Spirit Committee 2, N.F.C.C.S. 2, Sophomore Co- tillion, Chairman, Orphan's Weekend Publicity CO-Chairman 3, Steer- ing Committee 4, Orientation Committee 2,3, Ring Committee 3, Mother's Day Entertainment Committee 3, Villanovan l,2, Sports Editor 3, Associate Editor 3, Managing Editor 4, Belle Air 2,3, Co- Sports Editor 4, Lynx l,2, Student Council Representative 3,4, Delta PI Mu l,2, Vice-President 3,4, Intertraternity Ball Chairman 4, Literary Club 3, President 4, Intramurals 3,4. JAMES J. CUSACK 72 Missesota Ave., Long Beach, N. Y. ' Bishop Loughlin High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. RAYMOND P. CZWAKIEL 965 Helderberg Ave., Schenectady 6, N. Y. ' St. Joseph's Academy "' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYsICs. American Institute Ot Physics l,2,3, Publicity 4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. MATTHEW L. DAILEY, JR. 608 E. Allens La., Philadelphia I9, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4, Society for the Advancement ot Management 2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. class of l959 u Bottom Row: ANTHONY DALEO, O.S.A. 524 "J" Ave., National City, Calif. ' St. Augustine's High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. , C.S.M.C. 3,4, Tagastan Club 3,4, Seminary Choir 3,4, Intramurals 3,4 JOHN J. DALESSANDRO 9269 Shore Rd., Brooklyn 9, N. Y. ' Eastern Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ROBERT J. D'ALESSlO 7235 Calvin Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. l,2, Dance Committee Chairman 3, Soph Cotillion, Lynx 2, Marketing Club 3,4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. JAMES A. D'ARCY 3307 Oakmont Ave., Philadelphia 36, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. WVIL I, A.I.E.E. 2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 4, Pistol Team 2, Manager 3, Captain 4. GREGORY J. DEAN 6706 N. Woodstock St., Philadelphia 38, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Senior Prom Chairman, Junior Dinner Dance Committee, Ring Dance Committee, Steering Committee 4, Senior Dinner Dance Committee, Debating Society 3,4, International Relations Society 4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, French Club I, Intramurals l,2, 'Tiff 'xg cw I Top Row: RICHARD D. DEASY 3307 W. Penn St., Philadelphia 29, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. lntertraternity Ball 3, Steering Committee 3, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4. YVONNE DECICCO 813 Ridge Pk., Conshohocken, Pa. ' Conshohocken High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NuRsING. DONALD R. DEGRAVE 1O Wilburtha Rd., Trenton 8, N. J. ' Trenton Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi 3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E. 2,3,4, lntramurats 1,2,3,4. ALFREDO DE LA GUARDIA Via Espana -7li'7-11, Panama City, Panama ' Loyola High School, New York ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Marketing Club 3,4, lntramurals 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL F. DELUCIA 521 Pond St., Syracuse, N. Y. ' Christian Brothers Academy 0 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Club 3,4, Football 1,2,3, Co-Captain 4, lntramurals 1,2,3,4. villanova university Bottom Row: JOSEPH J. DE PALMA 68 Burnham Rd., Morris Plains, N. J. ' Morristown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Ring Dance, Junior Prom Committee, Lambda Kappa Delta 2,3, Dinner Dance Chairman 4, Opera Classica 4. THOMAS DERLINGA 114 Seventh St., Wood-Ridge, N. J. 0 St. Mary's High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. C Spirit Committee 2, Villanovan 3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, Sanctuary Society 4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,3,4, lntramurals 1,2,3,4. LOUIS J. DESIDERIO, JR. 1714 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ' Senior Class Steering Committee, Junior Ring Dance Decorations Committee, Junior Ring Dance Tickets Committee, Accounting Society 2, Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4, Marketing Club 3, Vice-President 4, lntramurals 4. KIERAN M. DEVERY 33 Gibson Pl., Glen Rock, N. J. ' Manhatten Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Charity Ball 3, lnterfraternity Ball Tickets 4, Turf and Tinsel 4, Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management, Secre- tary 2,3, Treasurer 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. HARRY F. DEVLIN, JR. 4408 Teesdale St., Philadelphia 36, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Junior Dinner Dance Committee, Steering Committee 4, Senior Dinner Dance Chairman, Opera Classica Society 4, Astronomy Club 4, Ac- counting Club 2,3,4, lntramurals 1. Class of 1959 ERNEST A. DI MARZIO JOHN P. DILLON 721 E. 38th St., Brooklyn 10, N. Y. ' La Salle Academy ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. SEVERN G. Dl BIASO East Mt. Kirk Ave., Eagleville, Pa. ' Morristown High School ' BACHE- LOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. JOSEPH W. DIENNA 1811 S. Broad St., Philadelphia 48, Pa. ' Valley Forge Military Academy - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE lN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 1,2,3, Junior Ring Dance Decorations Committee, Business Whirl 3,4, Society forthe Advancement of Management 3,4, Account- ing Society 1,2, Marketing Club 3,4, Pre-Law Society 3,4, lntramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT CHARLES DILKS 1045 W. High St., Haddon Heights, N. J. ' Haddon Heights High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Turf and Tinsel 3,4, Veterans Club 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Co-director ot Publicity 2, Industrial Relations Club 2,3. FRANCIS C. D'll.l.ON 7120 Hilltop Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. 3 E. Miner St., West Chester, Pa. ' St. Agnes High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Episilon 2, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Pre-Law Society 4, Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. JOHN J. DINNEEN 56 Irving St., Albany, N. Y. ' Cathedral Academy ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. lnterfraternity Ball Chairman 4, Junior Prom Committee, Orientation Committee 4, Sanctuary Society 3,4, Villanova Engineer 2, Layout Editor 3, Assistant Editor 4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3, A.l.E.E. 2,3,4, lntra- murals 1,2,3,4. ANTHONY P. DIORIO 7910 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia 18, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 3,4, WVIL 3, Ritie Team 1,2. DOMINICK J. DI PIETRO 5738 Haddington St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' Overbrook High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE lN ECONOMICS. . Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH E. DI ROCCO 23 N. Wyoming Ave., Ventnor, N. J. ' Atlantic City High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Delta Pi Mu 3,4, WVIL 3,4, Opera Classica Society 3,4, International Relations Society 3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4. ALBERT F. DOMBROWSKI ' 3I Lincoln Ave., New Hyde, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee I, Chairman of Charity Ball, Interfraternity Ball 4, Delta Pi Mu I,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JAMES V. DOMINIC 7026 Hegerman St., Philadelphia 35, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic 'High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, A.S.M.E. I,2,3,4. D. BARRY DONAHUE I357 7Ist Ave., Philadelphia 26, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee, Ring Dance Committee, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, A.I.R.E.-I.R.E. 3,4, Intramurals 3,4. WILLIAM N. DOOLEY 79 Merwood Dr., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intramurals I,2,3. WILLIAM A. DORGAN I208'E. Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia 25, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. American Chemical Society I,2, Society tor Advancement of Manage- ment 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. DENNIS J. DOUGHERTY 7205 Wayne Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Student Education Association 2,3, Treasurer 4, Villanovan 4. FRANCIS P. DOUGHERTY I96 Chapman Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' St. Joseph Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. MARIE ANN DOYLE I2I7 Bridge St., Philadelphia 24, Pa. ' Little Flower High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCEIN NURSING. Alpha Delta Chi 2,3. ROBERT A. DRAGHI I57 Rutgers PI., Nutley IO, N. J. ' St. Benedict's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Junior Ring Dance Decorations, WVIL 3,4, International Relations Society 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOSEPH A. DRISCOLL, III 62 Fair Haven Rd., Fair Haven, N. J. ' Red Bank Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee I,2,3, Villanova Engineer 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi I,2, Treasurer 3, President 4, Pi Tau Sigma 3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu, Secretary 3,4, A.S.M.E. 2,3, Vice-President 4, Intramuals I,2,3,4, National Collegiate Who's Who. villanova university Top Row: EUGENE P. DUFFY 354 Waterside Rd., Northport, N. Y. ' St. Dominic's High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. lnterfraternity Ball, Decorations Committee 3, Sophomore Cotillion, Decorations Committee 2, Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4, International Relations Society 2, Football 1, Intramurals 2,3,4. PHILIP L. DUNN 36 Commonwealth BIvd.,BeIIerose, N..Y. - New York Military Academy - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Marketing Club 1,2,3, Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4, Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4, Finance Society 2, Sophomore Cotillion Committee 2, Villanovan 1, Spirit Committee 3. PAUL L. DWYER 6013 Hazelhurst St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ' - FRANCIS J. DYNAN 4308 Devereaux Ave., Philadelphia 24, Pa. ' Sf. Joseph's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council 4, Villanovan 3, News Editor 4, Lynx 3, EditOr-in- Chief 4, Semper Fidelis 3,4, Belle Air Copy Editor 4, French Club 2, Literary Club 4, Intramurals 1,2, National Collegiate Who's Who 4. RICHARD T. EBERLE 24 Ramsey Pl., Albany 8, N. Y. ' Christian Brothers Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Intertraternity Ball 3, WVIL 4, Society tor the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Dinner Dance Committee 3, Procedures Committee 4, Intramurals 4. Class of 1959 Bottom Row FRANCIS L. EHLING 1054 Yeadon Ave., Yeadon, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. WALTER EINHORN 3459 Keim St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Dinner Dance Committee 4, Accounting Society 3,4, Intramurals I,3,4. ALFRED J. ELLIS, O.S.A. 514 West St., Carthage, N. Y. ' Augustinian Academy - BACHELOR OF ARTS. C.S.M.C. 1,2,3,4, Tagastan 1,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. GEORGE F. EMMA, JR. 3552 Locust Ave., Wantagh, N. Y. ' Freeport High School ' BACHE- LoR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Basketball 2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. WILLIAM V. ENGELBERGER 314 Nesbit Terr., Irvington, N. J. ' Irvington High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. Variety Show Co-Chairman 4, Villanovan 2, Belle Masque 2, Turf and Tinsel 2,3, Student Council Representative 4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Finance Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 'KU'- Top Row: ANTHONY J. ESPOSITO I2 Lake View Ave., Lake Erskine, N. J. ' Salisian High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Spirit Committee 2,3, Intertraternity Ball 2,3, Sophomore Cotillion, Mendel Bulletin 4, French Club I,2, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOHN R. ESPOSITO 40'l King Ave., City Island, N. Y. ' Mt. St. Michael High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council I,2, N.F.C.C.S. 4, Mother's Day Committee, Senior Dinner Dance, Senior Prom Committee, Shamokinaki Dance Commit- tee 2,3, Steering Committee 3, Basca Dance 4, Father's Day Com- mittee, Opera Classica 2,3, Spanish Club 4, International Relations Society 2,3, Intramurals I,2,3. ANTHONY F. ETTORRE 7 Pine Tree Dr., Broomall, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intercollegiate Conference on Government 2,-4, International Relations Society 4. STEPHEN S. EVANS 8IO Oak Ave., WesttTeld, N. J. ' Westfield High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2, Finance Society 3,4, Golf 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. WILLIAM ROBERT FAIX, O.S.A. I8 Burgher Ave., Staten' Island 4, N. Y. ' Augustinian Academy ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. C.S.M.C. I,2,3, President 4, Tagastan Club I,2,3,4, Seminary Choir I,2,3,4, Catholic Action Club I,2, Intramurals I,2,3,4. villanova university Bottom Row EDWARD P. FARLEY I9 Highland Ave., Wayne, Pa. ' Radnor High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E.-I.R.A. 4. FRANCIS A. FARRELL 38I8 Taylor Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa, ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Veterans Club 3,4, Marketing Club 4. JAMES E. FARRELL, JR. ' 305 N. Narberth Ave., Narberth, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Belle Aire 4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. MARYELLEN P. FARREN 615 Prospect St., Portage, Pa. ' Misericordia Hospital School of Nursing ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Alpha Delta Chi 2,3,4, International Relations Society 2, Opera Classica 2,3. MATTHEW D. FASANO T408 Osbourne Ave., Roslyn, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Interfraternity Ball 3, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. class of I959 RICHARD C. FAULK I Regina Rd., Highland Falls, N. Y. ' Highland Falls High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Spirit Committee 3,45 Belle Masque I,25 International Relations Club 3,45 Intercollegiate Conference on Government 3,45 Football Manager I,2,3,45 Intramurals I,2,3,4. FREDERICK C. FELD 33 Shawnee Rd., Ardmore, Pa. ' Haverford Township High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Senior Steering Committee5 Turf and Tinsel I5 Society tor the Ad- vancement ot Management 3,4. HENRY R. FERENDO 93 Foster Ave., Malverne, N. Y. ' Valley Stream Central High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Junior Prom Decorating Committee5 Delta Pi Epsilon 3,45 Finance Club 3,45 Baseball 2,45 Intramurals 'I,2,3,4. ANTHONY J. FERRARO 636 Creighton Rd., Villanova, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. DAVID J. FERRENS 56 E. Clearfield Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN S. FIELDS 5I5 Line St., Camden 3, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council 4, Placement Committee 45 Elections Committee 45 Senior Prom Committee5 International Relations Society I,3,45 Pre-Law Club 3,45 Intercollegiate Conference on Government 3,45 French Club lj Intramurals i,3,4. JOHN M. FINLEY 28 Radnor Dr., Larchmont, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E.-l.R.A. 45 Phi Kappa Pi 45 Intramurals 4. JOHN A. FISCHETTI 428 Kings Hwy., Swedesboro, N. J. ' Swedesboro High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.R.O.T.C.5 Junior Prom, Senior Prom Tickets Chairman5 Junior Dinner Dance Tickets Chairman5 Senior Dinner Dance Tickets and Arrange- ments Chairman5 Spirit Committee 2,35 Steering Committee 3,45 Belle Masque 25 WVIL 25 Opera Classica 2,3,45 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Accounting Society 3,45 Quarterdeck Society 45 N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I,2,35 Pershing Rifles l,2,3,4g Intramurals lg National Collegiate Who's Who. JOHN P. FITZMAURICE 46 Arbor St., Waterbury, Conn. ' Sacred Heart High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,45 Sancturary Society 45 Villanova Engineer 45 Chi Epsilon Mu 45 A.I.E.E. 2,3,45 Intramurals I,2,3,4. CHARLES W. FITZPATRICK 2816 Nature Rd., Philadelphia I4, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. JOSEPH L. FITZPATRICK 2I5 Fairlamb Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' St. James High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ARTS. Villanovan Sports Editor 3,4, Belle Air 4, Delta Pi Mu I,2,3, Record- ing Secretary 4, French Club 2, Literary Club 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. EDWARD FLANNERY 3I5 Hoffman Blvd., Ashland, Pa ' St. Joseph's High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Interfraterity Ball 4, Astronomy Club 3,4, Physics Club 2, Biology Club 3, Villanovan 2,3, Lambda Kappa Delta I,2,3,4, French Club I, Intramurals I,2,3,4. FRANCIS R. FLEMING, JR. 904 DeKalb St., Norristown, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. Senior Delegate- to National Congress I, Junior Dele- gate 2, Dance Committee I, Publicity Chairman 2,3, Variety Show Publicity Chairman I,2, Orientation Committee 2, Soph Cotillion Ticket Chairman, Steering Committee 3, Junior Week Committee, Vil- lanovan I, Sports Editor 2, Shamokinaki I,2,3,4, WVIL I, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 2,3, Acting Chairman 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4, Intramural Council I,2,3,4, Pub- licity Chairman 2,3. ROBERT M. FLEMING ' 2294 Coventry Rd.,BaIdwin, N. Y. ' St. Agnes High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Prom Committee 4, A.I.E.E. 2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Sanctuary Society 4, WVIL 4, Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4, Society forthe Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. THOMAS L. FLETCHER 1326 Kennedy St., Washington, D. C. ' St. John's College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Turf and Tinsel 2, Marketing Club 2,3, Football I,2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3. LAWRENCE F. FLICK 'IO4 Llantair Rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. PAUL W. FLOYD, JR. I3I5 Woodlawn St., Scranton, Pa. ' Scranton Central High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee I,2,3,4, Soph Cotillion Decorations 2, Junior Prom Committee, N.F.C.C.S. Variety Show I,3,4, Shamokinaki Dance Dec- oations I,2,4, Nick Basca Dance Decorations 3,4, Belle Masque I,2,3,4, Turf and Tinsel I,2,3,4, Debating' Club I, Accounting Soci- ety 2, Finance Club 3,4, Intramurals I,2. DONALD P. FLYNN 512 N. 18th St., Philadelphia 30, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee, Mother's Day Commit- tee, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. TERENCE E. FLYNN 22 Smith St., Glen Head, N. Y. ' Cardinal Farley Military Academy High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Orphans' Outing Committee 3, 'Junior Dinner Dance Committee, Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Marketing Club, Pre-Law Society 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. CAMILLE L. FONDOTS II3 Maple St., Conshohocken, Pa. ' Conshohocken High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Villanova Singers I,2, WVIL 3, Opera Classica 3, Finance Society 3,4. , . villanova university Top Row: THOMAS S. FORKIN 333 Bartram Ave., Mt. Holly, N. J, ' Rancocas Valley Regional High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 3, N.F.C.C.S. 2, Soph Cotillion Committee, Inter- traternity Ball Decorations Committee 2,3, Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,4, Pre- Law Society 3, 4, Belle Air 3,4, Sanctuary Society 3,4, Literary Club 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. RICHARD C. FOWLER Langhorne Ave., Langhorne, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., A.l.E.E. 3,4. JOHN F. FRASER 1269 Manor Park, Lakewood 7, Ohio ' St. Ignatius High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Charity Ball, Co-Chairman 3, Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4, Pre-Law Society 3,4, Football 1, Intramurals 2,3,4, Sanctuary Society 3,4. FRANKLIN R. FRATTAROLI 9 Norman Rd., Stamford, Conn. ' Stamford High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Interfraternity Decorations 3, Soph-Hop Decorations, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Marketing Club 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JAMES D. FRATTO 2246 S. Beechwood St., Philadelphia 45, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spanish Club 1,2, Intramurals 1,2,3. class of 1959 Bottom Row JAY A. FREEMAN 4-12 Dorothy St., Fair Lawn, N. J. ' Fair Lawn High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 4, Soph Cotillion Committee, lntertraternity Ball Committee 4, Semper Fidelis Society 2,3,4, Turf and Tinsel 2, Villa- nova Band 1,2,3, Pre-Law Society 1,2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CHARLES J. FRITZ 354 Cliff St., Honesdale, Pa. ' Honesdale Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Mother's Day Committee, Orientation Committee 2, Ring Committee, Opera Classica I,2,3,4, President 4, Intramurals 1. ROGER J. GAIRE 341 Crestwood Ave., Crestwood, N. Y. ' Iona Peparatory School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer, Office Manager 1,2, A.I.Ch.E. 1,2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Golf 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3. LOUIS J. GALE 5741 Haddington St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' Standard Evening High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 4. NICHOLAS A. GALELLA 138 Orient Ave., Jersey City, N. J. ' St. Peter's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Sophomore Cotillion, Decorations Committee 2, Accounting Society 2,3,4. Top Row: DANIEL M. GALLAGHER 192 S. Laurel St., Hazleton, Pa. ' St. Gabriel's High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 3, Sanctuary Society 4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.I.E.E. 3,4, Villanova Engineer 3, Circulation Manager 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JAMES F. X. GALLAGHER 8123 Ardleigh St., Philadelphia 18, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Opera Classica 3, Accounting Society 2,3,4. WILLIAM G. GALLAGHER Westtown Way, West Chester, Pa. ' St. Agnes High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ARTS. Belle Air Feature Editor 4, Villanovan 3,4, Belle Masque 4, Lynx 3,4, Literary Club 3,4, Spanish Club 1, Intramurals 4. NORMAN GANDIA 38 Joy Blvd., Baldwin, Long Island, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4, Football 4. WILLIAM H. GANZ 302 Clearspring Rd., Lansdale, Pa. ' Lansdale Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3,4, Sophomore Cotillion, Decorations Committee 2, MOther's Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Semper Fidelis Society 2, Publicity Chairman 3, President 4, Opera Classica 2, Turf and Tinsel 2, Marketing Club 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Villanova university Bottom Row: JOHN S. GARCZYNSKI 718 S. Front St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Religious Ahfairs Committee 4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 4. JAMES B. GARVIN 2520 W. Somerset St., Philadelphia, Pa. - Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. A.l.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4. PATRICK J. GARVIN ' 114 Powelton Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. FRANK T. GASPER 648 Brighton Rd., Clifton, N. J. - Pope Pius XII High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Prom Committee 3, Villanovan Engineer 4, Phi Kappa Pi 3,4, A.I.E.E. 3,4, Intramurals 3,4. EDWARD F. GAVIN 1011 Flanders Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3. class Of l959 THOMAS P. GAYNARD 2719 N. 23rd St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PI-ivsics. Mendel Bulletin 4, A.C.S. 1,2, Physics Society 2,3,4. G. HARRY GEORGES 611 Jewett Ave., Staten Island, N. Y. ' St. Peter's High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICs. Spirit Committee 1,2,3,4, N.F,C.C.S. 2, Prom Committee 3, Charity Ball Ticket Committee Co-Chairman 3, Nick Basca Committee 4, Ori- entation Committee 2, Orphans' Committee 3, Society for the Ad- vancement of Management 2,3,4, Industrial Relations Society 2,3,4, Rifle Team I, Intramural Council 2, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. NICHOLAS J. GERBASI 893 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' St. JOhn's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICs. Intercollegiate Conference On Government 4, Opera Classica l,2,3, Accounting Society 2,3,4, industrial Relations Society 2,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS J. GERG 533 Maurus St., St. Mary's, Pa. ' St. Mary's Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, Villanova Engineer 2,3,4, A.S.M.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,4, CHARLES T. GESSAY 3395 Agate St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. International Relations Society 4, Intramurals 3. ROSALIE M. GHILARDI 234 LeCarra Dr., Lansdowne, Pa. ' John W. Hallahan High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NuRsINO. Prom Committee 3,4, Opera Classica 4, Pi Theta Chi 1,3,4. GERALD W. GIBBONS 4204 Woodland St., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intercollegiate Conference on Government 3, Vice-Chairman 4, Ac- counting Society 2, Representative 3, President 4. WILLIAM J. GILHOOL 352 Clwyd Rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' Lower Merion Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Steering Committee 4, Intramural Council 4, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Interfraternity Ball 2,3, Villanova Singers 4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Finance Society 2,3, Vice-President 4, Swimming Team 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. I JAMES P. GILLESPIE 1601 Robin Rd., Coatesville, Pa. ' St. JOseph's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Villanovan 4, Belle Masque 4, Turf and Tinsel 1,2,4, French Club 4, Spanish Club 4. DENIS E. GIROD 2500 Olcott Ave., Ardmore, Pa. ' Bellport High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICs. Marketing Club 2,3,4, Veterans Club 3,4. 79'- JOSEPH J. GLOWACKI DONALD R. GIULIANI 301 Iona Ave., Narberth, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Finance Society 2,3, Social Chairman 4, ln- tramurals I,2,4. GERARD D. GIVNISH 5039 N. 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. .loseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. N.F.C.C.S. 2, Steering Committee 3, Mother's Day Committee, Vil- Ianovan 2,3,4, Lynx 3,4, Delta Pi Mu 2,3. JOSEPH G. GLENNON, JR. 4519 N. Hurley St., Philadelphia, Pa. - St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Orientation Committee 2, Pre-Law Society 2,3, Treasurer 4, Intercol- legiate Conference on Government 3,4, Intramural Council 4, Intra- murals I,2,3,4. WILLIAM T. GLENNON, JR. 23II Rudy Rd., Harrisburg, Pa. ' Benedictine High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS. Shamokinaki Dance Committee 3,4, Math Club 3,4, Delta PI Mu 3,4, Swimming Team I, Intramural Council I, Intramurals I,3,4. 2312 W. 3rd St., Chester, Pa. ' St. James High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Opera Classica Society 3, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. HARRY A. GOLDBERG, JR. IO2O Fayette St., Conshohocken, Pa. - St. Matthew's High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Semper Fidelis 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,3,4. THOMAS GOLDSCHMIDT 2 S. Harley Ave., Gloucester, N. J. ' Gloucester Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. ... Villanovan 2, Sports Editor 3, Associate Editor 4, Belle Air 3, Co- Sports Editor 4, Lynx 3,4, Delta Pi Mu I, Literary Club 3,4. DONALD P. GOODRICH 904 Belmont Ave., Collingswood, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School - 'BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. GEORGE W. GOODWYN, JR. 120 Manor Dr., Red Bank, N. J. ' Red Bank Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. N.R.O.T.C., Mother's Day Committee CO-Chairman, Semper Fidelis 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. DONALD E. GOOLEY 20 Uncas St., Glens Falls, N. Y. - St. Mary's Academy ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Orientation Committee 2, Prom Com- mittee 3, lntertraternity Ball Committee 4, Delta Pi Mu I,2,3, Execu- tive Council 4, Shamokinaki Dance Committee I, French Club I, International Relations Society 4, Intramural Council I,2, Intramurals I,2,3,4. , 1, , . villanova university Top Row: WILLIAM GORDON 31 N. 33rd St., Longport, N. J. ' Atlantic City High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,3,45 Interfraternity Ball Committee 2,45 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,35 President 45 Opera Classica Society 3,45 Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH S. GORMAN, JR. 8507 Landis Ave., Sea Isle City, N. J. ' Ocean City High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Student Education Association 3,4. JOHN GOZO, JR. 182-4O Radnor Rd., Jamaica, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,35 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Turf and Tinsel 1,2,35 Treasurer 45 Pre-Law Society 2,3,45 Nick Basca Committee 'l,2,3j Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CARROLL J. GRACE 4413 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md. ' Mount Saint Joseph's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Accounting Society 35, Finance Society 45 Opera Classica Society 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ARTHUR GRANT 67 Dana Ave., Albany, N. Y. ' Cathedral Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 1,3,45 Intercollegiate Conference on Government 35 Pre-Law Society 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. class of 1959 Bottom Row: WILLIAM l.. GRANT 1816 Erlen Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Cheltenham High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Sophomore Cotillion Committee5 Delta Pi Epsilon 3,45 Marketing Club 2,3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROWLAND N. GRAUCH 725 Arlington Rd., Penn Valley, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Spirit Committee 1,25 Intertraternity Ball Committee 1,25 Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2,3,45 Villanovan 35 Astronomy Club 2,35 Marketing Club 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JAMES GRAZIONE 540 Lombard St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Intramurals 2. JOSEPH J. GRECH 118 Main St., Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,45 A.I.E.E. 2,3,4. ARTHUR J. GREENWOOD 6211 Green St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Germantown Academy ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council 3,45 Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Executive Committee 35 Steering Committee 3,45 Orientation Committee 2,3,45 Ring Dance Committee 35 Prom Committee 35 Shamokinaki Committee 3,45 WVIL 25 Marketing Club 45 Intramurals 1. Top Row: VICTOR J. GREGORY 75 Soundview Terr., Port Chester, N. Y. ' Greenwich High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Psychology Club 4, Spanish Club I, Swimming I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. VICTOR L. GREGORY 2302 Bristol Pk., Cornwell Heights, Pa. 0 Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Lambda Kappa Delta 3,4, Opera Classica Society 3, French Club I, Intramurals I,2,3,4. STUART M. GRIFFITHS, JR. 4 Radcliffe Rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTs. WVIL 4, Lynx 4, Belle Air 4, Psychology Club 4. HAROLD R. GRUBB 76 Village Way, Malvern, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4. CHARLES N. GUIDA White Horse Pk., Waterford, N. J. ' Lower Camden County Regional High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Industrial Rela- tions Society 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3. villanova university Bottom Row: ALAN E. GUIMARAES I38 W. Columbia St., Hempstead, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. DAVID H. HADLEY I33 8th Ave., Mt. Ephraim, N. J. ' St. Joseph High School, Camden ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,3, Sophomore Cotillion, Ticket Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Marketing Club 'I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. MICHAEL J. HALLAHAN, JR. ' 2433 S. 2Ist St., Philadelphia 45, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECoNOMICs. Delta PI Epsilon 2,3,4, Pre-Law Society 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. MARSHALL J. HALPEN, O.S.A. 914 Hudson St., Gloucester City, N. J. ' Augustinian Academy, Staten Island, N. Y. ' BACHELOR OF ARTs. Catholic Action Study Club I,2, Seminary Choir l,2,3,4, C.S.M.C. 'I,2,3,4, Tagastan Club I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. FRANCIS, J. HANDSCHUR 48 Bellemeade Ave., Smithtown, N. Y. ' Smithtown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Student Education Association 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. class of I959 CHARLES C. HANSFORD 60 Windermere Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Pre-Law Society 1,2,3, Secretary 4. GEORGE C. HARE 916 E. 51st St., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Steering Committee 4, Society for the Advancement ot Management 3,4. JOSEPH M. HARGADON, JR. 59 W. Queen La., Philadelphia 44, Pa. ' Temple University High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A.S.M.E. 3,4, Pi Tau Sigma 3,4. KENNETH A. HARRISON 220 W. 111th St., New York, N. Y. ' St. Anne's Academy ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. WVIL 1,2,3,4, Belle Air 3,4, Finance Society 2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Cross County 3, Intramurals 2,3. TERENCE P HAYES, OSA 1078 Parkside Dr., Lakewood 7, Ohio ' St. Ignatius High School, Cleveland ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Class Treasurer 2, Sanctuary Society 1, Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3, Baseball 2,3, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS M. HAYWARD 214 Williams Rd., Rosemont, Pa. ' Radnor High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4. WILLIAM N. HEARN, JR. 415 Arbor Pl., Easton, Md. ' Easton High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.R.O.T.C., Spirit Committee 2,3, Sophomore Cotillion, Junior Week Committee, Junior Ring Dance, Orphans' Outing Committee 3, WVIL 1,2, Librarian 3, Traffic Manager 4, Opera Classica 2,3,4, Semper Fidelis 3,4, Villanova Singers 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Rifle Team 3,4, N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team 2,3, Pershing Rifles 2,3. JAMES F. HENNELLY 731 N. 67th St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. - St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECoNOMICs. Accounting Society 4, Intramurals 1. EDWARD R. HENNESSEY, JR. 422 High St., Phoenixville, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Intramurals 1,3,4. ROBERT F. HENNESSEY 1274 E. Schuylkill Rd., Pottstown, Pa. ' Reading Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF-MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 4, Villanova Engineer 4, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, A.S.M.E, 2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4. RAYMOND G. HEPBURN 224 Comly St., Philadelphia 20, Pa. ' LaSalle College High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Student Council 3,4, Student Faculty Committee Chair- man 4, Student Senate 3,4, Ring Dance Chairman 3, Junior Prom Chairman, Steering Committee 3,4, Orientation Committee 2, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, A.S.C.E. 2, Secretary 3, Geology Club 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4, Engineering Honorary Society 3,4, Intramurals 3,4, Quarter- deck Society 4, National Collegiate Who's Who 4. JOSEPH T. HERISHEN 2651 S. Massey St., Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4. ' PAUL L. HESSLER 16 Margaret Blvd., Merrick, L, I., N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. N,R.O.T.C., Mother's Day Co-Chairman, Ring Dance 3, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2, Librarian 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Villa- nova Engineer 3,4, Belle Air 3, Belle Masque 2, Turf and Tinsel 1,2,3, Opera Classica 2,3, Radio Club, Secretary 3, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 3,4, N.R.O.T.C. Band 1,2,3,4, Intramurals l,2. ROBERT H. HEWSON 255 Scotland Rd., South Orange, N. J. ' St. Benedict's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Veterans Club 4, Turf and Tinsel 3, Debating Society 3, Spanish Club 1, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, MATTHEW J. HICKS, JR. 80 Cedarhurst Ave., Cedarhurst, L. I., N. Y. ' Archmere Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3, Social Chairman 4, Spirit Committee 2,3, Pre- Law Society 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement ot Management 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, RALPH W. HILBERT Box 196, Lake Ronkonkoma, L. I., N. Y. ' Seton Hall High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 1,2,3,4, Interfraternity Ball Decorations Committee 4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Pi Tau Sigma 3,4, Villanova Engineer 2,3,4, Turf and Tinsel 2, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, A.S.M.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals. WILLIAM W. HIXSON 4420 Yuma St., N.W., Washington 16, D.C. ' Archbishop John Car- roll High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Student Council, Social Affairs Committee Chairman 4, Spirit Com- mittee I,2, Class Treasurer 2,3, Steering Committee 3,4, Basca Dance Chairman 4, Junior Prom Decorations Committee, Orientation Com- mittee 2, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, Executive Committee 3, Sanctuary So- ciety 2,3, President 4, Pi Tau Sigma 3,4, A.S.M.E. 2,3, Treasurer 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GERALD M. HOGAN 814 Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Villanovan I,2, Delta Pi Mu 2,3, Sports Director 4, Villanova Singers I,2, Opera Classica 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, Intercollegiate Con- ference on Government 4, Basketball 1, Cross Country 2,3, Intra- murals 3,4. ROBERT W. HOLDEN 226 Roosevelt Ave., Westwood, N. J. ' St. Cecilia High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee, Astronomy Club 1, Chi Epsilon Mu 3, President 4, Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN M. HONE 5632 Elliott St., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Villanovan 3,4, Literary Club 4, Business Whirl, Copy Editor 4, Ac- counting Society 2,3, Publicity Chairman 4, Intramurals 1. 'WX I LLN -SQ.. villanova university Top Row: WILLIAM P. HORAN 6230 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Football I, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOHN T. HUGHES, JR. 533 Kathmere Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Veterans Club 3,4, Turf and Tinsel I, Student Education Association 3, Treasurer 4, Intramurals I,2. JAMES C. HULL Rt. 7, Box I78, Crown Point, Ind. ' Bishop Noll High School, Ham- mond, lnd. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.R.O.T.C., Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Ring Dance Committee 3, Mother's Day Ticket Co-Chairman, Steering Committee 3,4, Ori- entation Committee 2, Band, Marching and Concert I,2, Stuclbnt Director 3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4, Turf and Tinsel I, Swimming I, N.R.O.T.C. Band Director 3, Battalion Commander 4, National Col- legiate Who'S Who. PATRICIA M. HUNT 39 Front St., Mount Holly, N. J. ' Rancocas Valley Regional High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Frosh-Soph Hop I, Sophomore Cotillion, Junior Prom Decorations, Charity Ball Ticket Committee 3, Belle Masque l,2,3, WVIL I,2, Turf and Tinsel I,2, Pi Theta Chi I,2, Dinner Dance Chairman 3, Presi- dent 4, The Guild 3,4. PETER J. HUVER 6420 Drexel Rd., Philadelphia 3I, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. class of l959 Bottom Row: BENJAMIN F. HYNES I2O Hilltop Ave., Norristown, Pa. ' Norristown High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 2,3, Ring Committee 3, Stering Committee 3,4, Lynx 3,4, Exchange Editor 3, Spanish Club 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Geology Club 3,4, Vice-President 3, Student Education Association 4, Delta Pi Mu 2, National Collegiate Who's Who 4. JOSEPH IANDIORIO 723 Bard Ave., Staten Island IO, N. Y. ' Cartis High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. VINCENT R. IATESTA 244 S. Madison Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Villanovan 3, WVIL 3, Accounting Society 4, Intramurals I,2. ROBERT V. INTERDONATI Tibbits La., Sands Point, L. I., N. Y. ' St. Mary's High School, Man- hasset ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 3,4, Spanish Club 3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 3, Student Council Representative 4, Intramurals 3,4. VALENTINO T. IPRI SIO3 Girard Ave., Philadelphia 3I, Pa. - St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Top Row: BRUCE A. IRVING I Beach Ave., Salem, Mass. ' St. JOhn's Preparatory School ' BACHE- LOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Student Council 4, Spirit Committee 2, Vice-Chairman 3, Chairman 4, Orientation Committee 4, Orphans' Outing Committee 3, Ring Dance Committee 3, Steering Committee 3,4, Junior Prom Committee, Basca Dance Committee 3,4, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Semper Eidelis 3, Vice-President 4, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, Sanctuary Society 3,4, Villa- nova Engineer 2,3,4, A.S.M.E. 2,3, Secretary 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOHN E. JAMES 1427 Brierwood Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Intertraternity Ball Committee 3, Delta Pi Mu I,2, Villanova Singers 4, Astronomy Club 3,4, French Club I, Intramurals I,2,3,4. A THADDEUS G. JANOWSKI I295 Decatur St., Camden 4, N. J. ' St. Joseph's High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Orphans' Outing Committee 3, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement ot Management 3, Intramurals I,2,3,4. ARTHUR D. JOHNSON, O.S.A. 40 Willow St., Lawrence, Mass ' Augustinian Academy, Staten Island ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Tagastan Club I,2,3,4, C.S.M.C. I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4.' HAZEL W. JOHNSON 5445 Addison St., Philadelphia 43, Pa, ' Tredyltrin-Easttown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Villanova university Bottom Row: JAMES R. JOHNSON IO54 Floyd Terr., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. KEVIN P. JOHNSON I74 Corson Ave., Staten Island, N. Y. ' Augustinian Academy ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Sophomore Cotillion, Villanova Singers I,2,3,4, Spanish Club 'I,2, Intramurals I,2,3,4. TERENCE L. JOHNSON - Mountain Ave., Hillcrest Rd., Plainfield, N. J. ' North Plainfield High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. ROBERT L. JONES 529 Pennsylvania Ave., Dover, Del. ' Dover High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Sanctuary Society I,2,3,4, Villanovan 3, Mendel Bulletin, Eclitor-in- Chief 4, Lambda Kappa Delta l,2,3,4, Spanish Club I,2, Astronomy Club 2,3, Physics Club 3. JAMES L. JOSE IO8 Elsmore Ave.,Punxsutawney, Pa. ' Saints Cosmos and Damien High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. class of I959 JAMES KAVANAGH 185 Schwar Ct., Englewood, N. J. ' Xavier High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Turf and Tinsel 4, Pre-Law Club 2,3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. MICHAEL J. KAVCAK 33 E. Prospect St., Nazareth, Pa. ' Nazareth Area High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance Committee, Junior Prom Committee, WVIL 1,2,3,4, A.l.E.E.- l.R.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CHRISTINA KEANE 1541 E. Walnut La., Philadelphia 38, Pa. ' Little Flower High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Junior Prom Decorations, WVIL 1, Pi Theta Chi 1,2,3,4, Opera Clas- sica 4. JAMES M. KEATING ' 1339 Locust St., Norristown, Pa. ' Saint Patrick's High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Radio Club 3,4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,4. DENNIS E. KEENAN, JR. 304 Gilham St., Philadelphia 11, Pa. ' LaSalle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 2, Owl Hop 1, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Turf and Tinsel 1, Villanova Engineer 2,4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PATRICK R. KEENAN 433 Jefferson Ave., Morrisville, Pa. ' Morrisville High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Turf and Tinsel 4, Opera Classica 4, Business Whirl 4, Society 'For the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Industrial Relations Society 1,2. 29 S. Darlington St., West Chester, Pa. - Sl BACHELOR oi: SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Veterans Club 3,4, Accounting Society 2,3,4. 3275 Pelham Pl., Camden, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 3, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 4, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,4. PAUL T. KANIIDE, JR., O.S.A. 221 Church St., Carthage, N. Y. ' Augusfinian Academy, Cathage, N. Y. - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Agnes High School ' 355 Lincoln Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. ' Blessed Sacrament High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 1. """1"'- GERALD E. KEIGHTLEY 494 Latham St., Alexandria, Va. ' Gonzaga High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. FRANCES C. KELLEI-IER 300 Tenth St., Ocean City, N. J. ' Mount Saint .lOseph's Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Villanovan 3, Alpha Delta Chi 2,3,4, Opera Classica 2,3, Nursing Week Committee 3. JOHN D. KELLEY 249 Chestnut St., Pottstown, Pa. ' Pottstown High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. A Blazer Ball Committee 1, International Relations Society 1,4, Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. JOHN P. KELLEY 610 Vernon Rd., Philadelphia 19, Pa. ' Saint Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council 4, Spirit Committee 3, Steering Committee 3,4, Senior Prom Committee, Father's Day Committee 4, Placement Committee 4, Pre-Law Club 4, Villanovan 3,4, International Relations Society 3,4, Intramurals 3, Intercollegiate Conference On Government 3. C. EDWARD KELLY 35 Lamport Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4. GERALD F. KELLY 116 Ivy Ct., Highland Park Gardens, Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Phila- delphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS GERALD P. KELLY Rumson Rd., Rumson, N. J. ' Delbarton High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. WILLIAM G. KELLY 6 Altamont Ct., Morristown, N.J. ' Bayley-Ellard High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 4, Intercollegiate Conference On Government 4, Account- ing Society 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement Ot Management 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM J. KELLY, JR. 128 Treaty Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 4, Villanovan 4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4. WILLIAM P. KELLY Merion Manor, Merion, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTs. Spanish Club 1,2, Psychology Club 4, Belle Air 4. 'Eli-x "tfv- . I iigg Qian in it .5 . f ,,1 V. .N.J- : M . . :" 1 '2 'W u ' :Y .4 ' 5.1 6L'76Mg -' 'IE-is 'Y 322.251 din- . -ff-s T' X-Rv," I' I .fl ll mnrf, villanova university Top Row: DONALD G. KEMPF, JR. 820 Beverly PI., Deerfield, III. ' St. George High School - BACHELOR OF ARTs. N.R.O.T.C.5 Student Council I,2,4, Vice-President 3, Student Senate 35 Orientation Committee 2,4, CO-Chairman 35 Spirit Committee I,2, 3,45 N.F.C.C.S. I,2,3,45 Mother's Day Co-Chairman5 Father's Day Chair- man5 Steering Committee 3,45 Junior Weekend Chairman5 Frosh-Soph Hop Committee I5 Sophomore Cotillion Committee5 Villanovan I,2,3,45 WVIL I,2,35 Semper Fidelis 3,45 Delta Pi Mu l,2,4, Secre- tary 35 Lynx l,25 Turt and Tinsel 3,45 Belle Air 45 Spanish Club 45 Quarterdeck Society, Treasurer 45 Intramural Council l,25 Intramurals l,2,4. CHARLES L. KERBER I24 Center St., Moorestovvn, N. J. ' Moorestown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Villanova Singers 2,4, Librarian 35 Accounting Society 3,45 Inter- collegiate Conterence On Government 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4. JOHN J. KERNS I269 S. St. Bernard St., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' LaSalle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Junior Prom Decorations Committee5 Intertraternity Ball Committee 2,45 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Pre-Law Society 3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. ' RICHARD N. KERR IO Mulberry Ave., Garden City, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.R.O.T.C.5 Spirit Committee 2,3,45 Charity Ball Committee 35 Basca Dance Decorations Committee, Co-Chairman 45.Junior Prom Com- mittee5 Pershing Ritles I,2,3,45 Society tor the Advancement of Man- agement 2,3,45 N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I,2,3,45 Quarterdeck Society 45 Intramurals I,2,3,4. JAMES J. KERWICK 7201 N, Broad St., Philadelphia 26, Pa. ' St. .loseph's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Senior Prom Committee5 Turf and Tinsel 2,3,45 Pre-Law Society 2,35 Intramurals l,2,3,4. class of I959 Bottom Row: GERARD J. KERWIN 209 Mortimer Ave., Rutherford, N. J. ' St. Peter's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 25 Villanovan 3, Circulation Manager 45 Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,45 Villanova Engineer 45 Sanctuary Society 45 A.I.E.E.-l.R.E. I,2,3, Executive Committee 45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. PETER W. KIEVIT 7l Fernwood St., Clifton, N. J. ' St. BeneClict's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. GEORGE J. KIPP 606 Briarclitt Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society forthe Advancent ot Management 2,3,4. A. OWEN KLEIN, JR. Goodrich St., Stockbridge, Mass. ' Williams High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 25 Sophomore Cotillion 25 Mother's Day Committee5 Father's Day Committee5 Belle Masque I,2,3, President 45 Belle Air 3,45 Turf and Tinsel 3,45 Chemistry Club 25 Intramural Council 25 Intramurals 2. ELEANOR R. KLEIN IO N. Walnut St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ' St. Mary's High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. ,gl ft Top Row: JAMES A. KLEIN 4512 Davenport St., Washington, D. C. ' Archbishop Carroll High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 4, Junior Ring Committee, Band 1,2, A.S.M.E. 3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. J. EDWARD KNEPLEY 1711 Kansas Ave., McKeesport, Pa. ' MCKeespOrt Technical High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Spirit Committee 3, N.F.C.C.S. 1,2,3,4, Steering Com- mittee 3, Basca Award Decorations Committee, Chairman 3, Pershing Rifles 1,2,4, Secretary 3, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,3, Orientation Committee 4, Rifle Team 1,2, N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team 1,2,3, Quartercleck Society 4, Battalion Stat? 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, National Collegiate Who's Who. WILLIAM KOHL 313 E. 86th St., New York 28, N. Y. - New York Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Belle Masque 1,2,3,4, WVIL 3,4, Finance Society 1,2,3,4, Society tor the Advancement of Management 3,4, Marketing Club 1,2,3,4, CLIFFORD W. KOPF 49 Locust Ave., Springfield, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 3,4, Intramurals 3,4. GEORGE E. KOVAK 99 Hornsby Ave., Fords, N. J. ' Woodbridge High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3, Finance Club 4, Delta Pi Epsilon 4. Villanova university Bottom Row: RALPH KOWALKOWSKI 60 Church St., Penns Grove, N. J. - St. James High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society tor the Advancement of Management 2, Marketing Club 3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. JOSEPH J. KRACKELER 320 Elm Ave., Delmar, N. Y. ' Bethlehem Central High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Student Council 2, Steering Committee 3,4, Orientation Committee 2, Basca Dance Committee 4, Belle Air, Engineering Editor 4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,4, Secretary 3, A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, National Collegiate WhO's Who. ROBERT E. KRALLINGER 1011 N. Duke St., Lancaster, Pa. ' Lancaster Catholic -High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance Ticket ancl Publicity Chairman 3, Junior Prom Publicity Committee, Steering Committee 4, Shamokinaki Dance Committee 3, WVIL 4, Amateur Radio Club, Treasurer 3,4, Astronomy Club 3,4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3, Villanova Engineer 4, National Collegiate Who's Who. THOMAS KRAWIEC 195If2 Wickham Ave., Middletown, N. Y. - Mount St. Michael High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Junior Prom Committee, Villanova Engineer 3, Circulation Manager 4, A.S.C.E. 1,2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4. LOUIS D. KUBINAK 350 Herbert St., Perth Amboy, N. J. ' Perth Amboy High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Steering Committee 3,4, Junior Dinner Dance Committee, Basca Dance Ticket Committee, CO-Chairman 3, Belle Masque 3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Turf and Tinsel 4, Finance Society 3, Treasurer 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, class of I959 MILDRED E. KUNST 8033 Ferndale St., Philadelphia II, Pa. ' Germantown Hospital School of Nursing - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. EDWARD J. KUPFER, JR. 4002 I69th St., Flushing, N. Y. ' Brooklyn Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intertraternity Ball Committee 3,45 Turf and Tinsel 2,3,45 Finance Club 2,3,45 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Accounting Society 2,35 Intra- murals I,2,3,4. JULES A. LACAVARO 559 Broadview Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Interfraternity Ball Committee 35 Lambda Kappa Delta I,2,3,45 Opera Classica 35 German Club I5 Intramurals I,2,3,4. FRANCIS J. LAMPRECI-IT 301 Bickley Rd., Glenside, Pa. ' LaSalle College High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance Decorations Committee 35 Junior Prom5 Intertraternity Ball 3,45 Senior Dinner Dance Committee5 Phi Kappa Pi 2,3, Sergeant- at-Arms 4, Executive Committee 45 A.S.C.E. I,3, Vice-President 45 Intramurals 2,3,4. JOHN W. LANE 8610 Albemarle Dr., Norfolk 3, Va. ' Egg Harbor City High School, Egg Harbor, N. J. ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C.5 N.F.C.C.S. I,2,3,45 Orientation Committee 25 Steering Committee 35 Nick Basca Decorations Committee 45 Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,45 Villanova Engineer 2,3,45 A.S.M.E. 45 Intramurals i,2,3,45 Quarterdeck Society 4. PAUL R. LANG 64 Hempstead Ave., Rockville Center, Long Island, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Delta Pi Mu I,2,3,45 Spanish Club I5 International Relations Society 45 Pistol Team I,2,3,4. EDWARD P. LAST 2057 Brandywine St., Philadelphia 30, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Finance Club 2,3,4. JAMES J. LAVALLA 449 Penn Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Lambda Kappa Delta I,2,3,45 Opera Classica 35 German Club I5 Intra- murals I,2,3,4. EDWARD LAVISH 323 Lancaster Ave., Hatboro, Pa. ' Hatboro-Horsham High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Semper Fidelis 2,3,45 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Turf and Tinsel 2,3,45 Accounting Society 3,45 Intramurals I. DORIS R. LAW Chetwynd Apts., Rosemont, Pa. ' Bryn Mawr Hospital School of Nursing ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Alpha Delta Chi 3,4. JAMES C. LAWLESS 2 Elm St., Morristown, N. J. ' Baylay-Ellard High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. U BERNARD F. LAWRENCE 107 Second St., MCSheI'rystown, Pa. ' Delone Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. EDWARD V. LEARY, JR. 118 Union Ave., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' LaSalle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 3, N.F.C.C.S. I,2,3,4, Senior Prom Committee, Turf and Tinsel 2,3, Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,4, Opera Classica Society 4, Inter- collegiate Conference on Government 4, International Relations So- ciety 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CARL B. LECHNER 4111 Beech Ave., Erie, Pa. ' Cathedral Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. EDWARD J. LEEDY, JR. 25 Brookside Ave., Fair Haven, N. J. ' Red Bank Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 2,3, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 3,4, Sanctuary Society 4, Astronomy Club 4, A.l.E.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. ROGER LEEMHUIS 4715 Cherry St., Erie, Pa. ' Cathedral Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Steering Committee 3, Belle Air 2, French Club 1,2, Philosophy Club 3, International Relations Society 2. ALFRED A LEPORE 1153 85th St., Brooklyn 28, N. Y. ' LaSalle Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 1,2,3, N.F.C.C.S. 1,2, Soph-Frosh Hop Publicity Committee 1,2, Sophomore Cotillion Decorations Committee Co-Chair- man, Orientation Committee 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3, Secretary 4, N.F.C.C.S. Dance Chairman 2, Opera Classica 1,2, Turf and Tinsel 1,2, lntertraternity Ball Committee 2,3, Marketing Club 2, Pre-Law Society 2,3, Intramurals 3. LAWRENCE J. LEVENGOOD 2630 S. Jessup St., Philadelphia 48, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. JOHN G. LINDROTH 35 Second Ave., Point Washington, N. Y. ' St. Mary's High School, Manhasset, N. Y. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Spirit Committee 2,3, lnterfraternity Ball 2, Villanovan Circulation Staff 3,4, Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2,3,4, Astronomy Club 2,3,4, Mendel Bulletin 2, Physics Club 3, French Club 1,2, Intramurals 2,3. JAMES LITTLE 42 Liberty Ave., Staten Island, N. Y. ' New Dorp High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. MOther's Day Ticket Committee, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2, Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. I I I W' 'SES' villanova university Top Row: T. WALKER LLOYD 6817 Ardleigh St., Mt. Airy, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 1,2,3,45 Orientation Committee 25 Junior Ring Com- mittee5 Sophomore Cotillion5 Junior Prom Committee5 Steering Com- mittee 3',45 Orphans' Weekend Committee 35 Ring Dance Committee5 Jazz Concert Chairman 35 WVIL 15 Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,45 Sanctuary Society 3,45 Parting Festival Chairman5 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ANDREW LOHR 8529 15ISt St., Jamaica, N. Y. ' Brooklyn Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Shamokinaki 45 lnterfraternity Ball Decorations 45 Turf and Tinsel 1,2, Stage Manager 3,45 Belle Masque 2,35 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL J. LOMBARDO 16 Sayre St., Summit, N. J. ' Summit High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 35 Villanova Singers 1,25 Accounting Society 2,45 Football 25 Track 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Intramural Council 2,3. RONALD J. LONG 16 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,3,45 Mother's Day Committee5 Orphans' Day Com- mittee 35 Ring Dance Committee5 Astronomy Club 3,45 Turf and Tin- Sel 1,25 Marketing Club 2,3,45 Veterans Club 3,45 Society tor the Ad- vancement ot Management 45 Pre-Law Society 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,4. RAMON G. M. LOPEZ 75-40 Austin St., Forrest Hills, Long Island, N. Y. ' All Hallows High School - BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Steering Committee 45 Co-Chairman Mother's Day Dinner 35 Ring Dance Committee5 Junior Prom COmmittee5 Belle Air 2,3, Layout Edi- tor 2, Engineering Activities Editor 35 WVIL 1,25 Band 35 Sanctuary Society 1,2,3,45 A.S.C.E. 2,3,45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,45 Basca Award Hall Chairman 4. class of 1959 Bottom Row: WILLIAM DAVID LOVETT 341 Elizabeth St., Uniontown, Pa. ' Uniontown High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. N.R.O.T.C.5 Semper Fidelis 3, Corresponding Secretary 45 Mendel Bulletin 35 Pershing Rifles 1,2,3, President 45 Chemistry Society 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Drill Team 1,2,3,45 Quarterdeck Society 4. VICTOR J. LUDNIERER Box 691, Greenwood Lake, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.R.O.T.C.5 Student Council 35 Spirit Committee Publicity Chairman 2, Executive Committee 35 Sophomore Vice-PreSident5 Junior Class PreSident5 Belle Masque 1, Ticket Sales Chairman 25 Debating Club 2,45 Semper Fidelis 3,45 Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,45 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,35 Alpha Phi Omega 2,35 Spanish Club 35 Quartercleck Society 45 Drill Team 1,2,3. WILLIAM LUDWIG 2329 Ripley St,, Philadelphia 15, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Villanovan 1,25 Villanova Singers 35 Marketing Club 2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. KATHRYN A. LUKENS 162 N. Wycombe Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospital school of Nursing ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IIN NuRSING. Opera Classica 35 Alpha Delta Chi 3,45 Shamokinaki Dance Commit- tee 3. ROBERT M. LUNNY 6246 Jackson St., Philadelphia 35, Pa. ' LaSalle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C.5 A.l.E.E. 3,45 Chi Epsilon Mu 3,45 Quarterdeck Society. Top Row: JOSEPH P. LYNCH 631 W. Germantown Pk., Plymouth Meeting, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Prepar- atory High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee l,2,3, N.F.C.C.S. l,2, Sophomore Cotillion Commit- tee, Junior Ring Dance Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Orphans' Day Committee 3, Turf and Tinsel I,2,3,4, Belle Air 4, French Club l,2,3,4, Psychology Club 4, International Relations Society 3,4, Swimming l,2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,4, Shamokinaki Dance Committee 2,3,4, Intertraternity Ball Committee 3. JOSEPH W. LYNCH, JR. 203 Washington St., St. Mary's Pa. ' Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Sanctuary Society 2, A.l.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 2. ROGER J. LYNCH 37 Seneca Ave., Dumont, N. J. 0 Carmelite Junior Seminary, Hamil- ton, Mass ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Villanovan l,2, Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4, French Club l,2, International Relations Society 2, Intramurals l,2,4. WILLIAM J. LYTLE 676 Florida Ave., York, Pa. ' York Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Mother's Day Committee, Junior Prom Decorations Com- mittee, Phi Kappa Pi 3,4, Sanctuary Society l,2,3,4, Semper Fidelis 3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4, A.S.Ch.E. l,2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,3,4, N.R.O.T.C. Battalion Staff 4, N.R.O.'l'.C. Recreation Committee 3,4. EDWARD J. MACDONALD IB2 Muirtielcl Rd., Rockville Centre, N. Y. ' Baldwin High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, International Relations Society 4, Finance Soci- ety 2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. villanova university Bottom Row: KENNETH MACGILLIVRAY 2226 Ewing Ave., Evanston, Ill. ' Evanston Township High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. N.R.O.T.C., Student Council 2, Grievance Committee 2, Spirit Com- mittee 2,3, N.F.C.C.S. l,2,3,4, Class President 2, Chairman of Fresh- man Orientation 2, Class Executive Committee 2,3, Class Secretary 3, Chairman Ot Mother's Day, Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4, Villanova Singers Accompanist l,2,3,4, Librarian 2, President 3,4, Student Director 3,-4, Spanish Club 4, Rifle Team I, Swimming t,2, Intramurals 2,4, N.R.- O.T.C. Color Guard 3, Company Commander 4, Ouarterdeck Society 4. EDWARD J. MAGDA 2222 N. Hancock St., Philadelphia, Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. I Villanovan 4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.A. 2,3,4, Intramurals 4. GREGORY J. MAGEE 310 W. Roberts St., Norristown, Pa. ' St. Patrick's High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,4, American Marketing Association 3,4, Intra- murals 2,3. EDWIN P. MAHAN 859 Old Lancaster Rd., Berwyn, Pa. ' Tredyftrin-Easttown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3, Intramurals l. WILLIAM P. MAHEDY, O.S.A. 9 Vista Dr., Chula Vista, Calif. ' St. Augustine Academy, San Diego ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. C.S.M.C. 3,4, Tagastan Club 3, Secretary 4, Spanish Club 2, Seminary Choir 3,4, Intramurals 3,4. Class of l959 1 JAMES E. MAHER 417 Lafayette Ave., River Edge, N. J. - Holy Trinity High School f BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Orientation Committee 2, Junior Prom Decorations Committee, Semper Fidelis 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.l.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. LOUIS J. MALFARO Box 755145, Sicklerville, N. J. ' Lower Camclen County Regional High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 2, Orientation Committee 2, Villanova Engineer 2,4: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.l.E.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH MALONOSKI 239 Dayton St., Phoenixville, Pa. 0 Phoenixville High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Education Association 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. GARY N. MARA 54 Reservoir Rd., Newington 11, Conn. ' Falmouth High School, Fal- mouth, Me. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Sophomore Cotillion, Ring Dance, Mother's Day Ticket Chairman, Steering Committee 4, WVIL 1,2, Production Manager 3, Program Director 4, Band 1,2, Turt and Tinsel 2, Society tor the Advance- ment ot Management 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2. GORDON MARCELLUS, O.S.A. Schaghticoke, N. Y. ' Hoosic Valley Central High School, Valley Falls, N. Y. ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. C.S.M.C. 1,2,3,4, Catholic Action Club 1,2, Tagastan Club 1,2,3,4, President 3, Schola Cantorum 1,2,3,4, Seminary Choir 1,2,3,4, Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. FRANK NIARCONE 416 Glendale Cir., Springfield, Pa. ' Springfield High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Pre-Law Club 1,2,3,4, Society tor the Advancement ot Management 4, Villanovan 4. CLEMENT K. MARGOLF 232 Ellis Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' Haverford Township Senior High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Junior Jazz Concert Committee, Villanova Engineer 3,4, Amateur Radio Club 3,4, A.I.E.E.-l.R.A. 2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 4. DONALD C. MARGRAF 29 Carter Ct., Lynbrook, Long Island, N. Y, ' Lynbrook High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Semper Fidelis 2, Society for the Advancement ot Management 2,3,4, Baseball 1,2, Intramurals 2,3,4. JAMES A. MARLEY, JR. 2255 Cross Rd., Glenside, Pa. - LaSalle College High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Veterans Club 4, Society tor the Advancement of Management 2,3, President 4, Industrial Administration Committee 2,3,4, Spanish Club 3,4, National Collegiate Who's Who. MARCIA ANN MARLOVV 501 W. Spruce St., Mahanoy City, Pa. ' Mahanoy City High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NuRsING. Steering Committee 3, Dinner Dance Committee 3, Soph-Frosh Hop 1, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Junior Prom Decorations Commit- tee, Mother's Day Entertainment Committee, Turf and Tinsel 1,2, Belle Masque 1,2,3, WVIL 1,2, Pi Theta Chi 1,2,3,4, The Guild 3,4, JOSEPH L. MAROZZI l2l4 Radcliffe St., Bristol, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. WVIL 3, Society tor the Advancement of Management 2,3, Publicity Director 4, Industrial Relations Club 3, Intramurals 2,3,4. MICHAEL W. MARRA 906 Split-Rock Rd., Pelham Manor, N. Y. ' Iona Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. MOther's Day Committee 3, Sophomore Cotillion, Junior Prom, Senior Prom Decorations Committee, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, A.I.'E.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. JAMES R. MARTIN I7I7 Arch St., Norristown, Pa. ' Norristown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Industrial Re- lations Club I, Veterans' Club 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. RICHARD M. MARTIN 247 First Ave., Phoenixville, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spanish Club I, N.R.O.T.C. I,2, Intramurals l,2,3,4. PETER F. MARTORANA 68 Thurton Pl., Yonkers, N. Y. ' Roosevelt High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Junior Prom Decorations Committee, Turf and Tinsel 2, Delta Pi Mu I,2,3,4, Basca Dance Decorations Committee I,2,3, Spanish Club I,2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH E. MASON 'IO Buttonwood La., Riverton, N. J. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council, Fraternities and Societies Committee Chairman 4, Student Senate 4, Steering Committee 4, Orientation Committee 4, Sanctuary Society 2,3,4, Semper Ficlelis Society 2, Spanish Club 2, Swimming l,2,3, Water Polo 2, Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD J. MASTER 2520 S. Millick St., Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' -West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECoNOMICs. Accounting Society 4. ROY A. MATHEIS 79 Fernwood Terr., Stewart Manor, L. I., N. Y. ' Chamiriade High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. MOther's Day Committee, Basca Dance, Junior and Senior Proms, Decorations Committees, Belle Air 2, Sanctuary Society l,2,3,4, Turf and Tinsel 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3, Finance Society 2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. MATTHEW R. MATHEWS Rt. 38 and Mill Rd., Maple Shade, N. J. ' St. JOseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. GEORGE F. MATOUK 7423 Colonial Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' Xavier High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Spirit Committee 3, Steering Committee 3, Orientation Committee 2, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, Executive Committee 3, Opera Classica 3,4, Pershing Rifles l,2,3, A.l.Ch.E. 2,3,4, N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I,2,3, Quartercleck Society 4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. villanova university Top Row: BARBARA ANN MAY 114 Lowrys La., Rosemont, Pa. ' Johnstown Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Soph-Frosh Hop, Sophomore Cotillion, Junior Prom Decorations Com- mittee, Orphans' Outing Committee, Mother's Day Committee, Belle Masque 1,2,3, WVIL 1, Pi Theta Chi 1,2,3,4, The Guild 3,4. THOMAS K. MAYE 239 Windsor Pl., Brooklyn 15, N. Y. ' St. John's Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 2,3, A.l.E.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JAMES F. MAYER 471 Spring St., Elizabeth 4, N. J. ' Sacred Heart High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Junior Prom Committee, Ring Dance Commit- tee, Mother's Day Committee, Villanovan 2, Belle Masque 2, Turf and Tinsel 4, WVIL 3,4, Marketing Club 2,3,4. ' HERBERT P. MOYES 447 Wheatshief Rd., Springhelcl, Del. Co., Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Mother's Day Committee, Marketing Club 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3. MATTHEW F, MAZZA 7561 Williams Ave., Philadelphia 50, Pa. ' LaSalle College High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Class Secretary 4, Spirit Committee 3, Ring Dance Decorations Chair- man 3, Junior Prom Decorations Chairman, Intertraternity Ball Com- mittee 3,4, Orientation Committee 2, Steering Committee 4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,4, Executive Committee 3, A.S.C.E. 2,3, President 4, Intra- murals 3,4, National Collegiate Who's Who, class of 1959 Bottom Row: SEAN A. MCARDLE Atkinson Ave., Somers Point, N. J. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. PAUL J. MCBLAIN 524 Orchard Ave., Yeadon, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. FRANCIS J. MCBRIDE I5 N. Tamaqua St., MCAdoo, Pa. ' St. Gabriel's High School, Hazle- ton ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E. 3, Secretary 4, Intramurals 3,4. ROBERT F. MCBRYAN 5924 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A.S.M.E, 3,4, Veterans Club 4, Intramurals 1,2,4. WILLIAM E. MCCANN 1201 Stanhope St., Pittsburgh 4, Pa. ' Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. N.R.O.T.C., Mother's Day Committee, Junior Dinner Dance Commit- tee, Steering Committee 3,4, Sanctuary Society 1, Astronomy Club 1, American Chemical Society 1, Spanish Club 3, Quarterdeck Society 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Top Row: HENRY J. MCCARTHY, JR. IO49 Paxon St., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Jazz Concert Committee 3, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. JOHN R. MCCARTNEY I72 Beekman Ave., North Tarrytown, N. Y, ' North Tarrytown High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Sanctuary Society 2,3,4, Basca Dance Committee 2,3,4, A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. CHARLES D. MCCLAIN IO9 Forrest Ave., Narberth, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. i,2,3, Ring Dance Decorations Committee 3, Shamokinaki Dance Committee l,2, Intertraternity Ball Committee 2, Delta Pi Ep- silon 2,3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 3, Opera Classica 4, Business Whirl I, Pre-Law Society 3, Accounting Society 2,3.4. PAUL F. MCCLATCHEY 57-B Flemer Ave., Springfield, N. J. - Springfield Regional High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Semper Fidelis 2,3,4, Opera Classica 4, Accounting Society 2, In- tercollegiate Conference on Government 3,4, Pre-Law Society 4. M, DOUGLAS MCCLATCHY Ridley Creek Rd., Media, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Villanovan 3,4, Belle Air 4, Belle Masque 4, Psychology Club 4, ln- ternational Relations Society 3,4, Pre-Law Society 4. villanova university Bottom Row: GEORGE P. MCCOOK Littleton Rd., Morris Plains, N. J. ' Bayley-Ellard High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS. Astronomy Club I,2, President 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Mathematics Club 2,3,4, Physics Club I,2, Intramurals 3. JAMES J. MCCULLOUGI-I 55I2 N. Ilth St., Arlington 5, Va. ' St. John's College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.l.E.E. 2,3, Vice-Chairman 4, Villanova Engineer 4, Intramurals 2,3. JAMES P. MCELHENNY, JR. ' I39 Barrie Rd., Ardmore, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS, N.R.O.T.C., Student Council 3,4, Spirit Committee 2, Steering Commit- tee 3,4, MOther's Day Committee, Orientation Committee 2,3,4, Junior Prom Committee, Villanovan 3, Delta Pi Mu I,2,3,4, Spanish Club I, International Relations Society 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. DANIEL MCFADDEN 725 Penn Pines Blvd., Clifton Heights, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Cath- olic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Jazz Concert Committee 3, Intramurals I. MICHAEL J. MCFADDEN 6026 Hazelhurst St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. - class of I959 BERNARD J. MCGEE 333 Bala Ave., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' Brown Preparatory School -I BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Business Whirl, Layout Editor 3,4, Turt and Tinsel 2,3, Vice-President 4, Industrial Relations Club 3, Veterans Club 3, Vice-President 4, Society tor the Advancement ot Management 2,3,4. CORNELIUS W. MCGINNIS 220 Sydney St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. ' St. John the Baptist High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 3, Senior Prom Committee, Shamokinaki Dance Com- mittee 3, Villanovan 3, Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2, Social Chairman 3,4, Spanish Club 1. FRANCIS J. MCGOLDRICK, JR. 7146 Crittenden St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. ' Germantown Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Marketing Club 1,2,3,4, Society tor the Ad- vancement ot Management 3, lntramurals 1,2, JOSEPH G. MCGRATH, JR. 429 77th St., Brooklyn 9, N. Y. ' St. John's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council 3, Student Senate, Executive Vice-President 4, Social Co-ordinator, Collegiate Council of Greater Philadelphia 4, Spirit Committee 2,3,4, N.F.C.C.S. Chairman, Regional Student Govern- ment Commission 4, Student Cabinet 4, Orientation Committee 2, Orphans' Outing Committee 3, Mother'S Day, Publicity Chairman, Belle Masque 1,2, Ticket Chairman 3, Student Council Representa- tive 3,4, Belle Air 2, Commerce and Finance Division Editor 4, Villa- novan 3,4, Society tor the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, JAMES J. MCGROARTY 4 Lott Ave., Baldwin, L. I., N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN T. MCGURK 227 Trent Rd., Penn Wynne, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 1,2,3,4, Social Chairman 2, Orphans' Outing 3, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement ot Management 3, Ac- counting Society 3,4, Pre-Law Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JAMES J. MCHALE 126 Ashby Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council Day Hop Representative 4, Ways and Means Com- mittee 4, Orientation Committee 4, Steering Committee 4, Marching Band 1,2,3,4, Society for the Advancement ot Management 2,3, Pro- cedures Chairman 4, Industrial Relations Club 2,3, National Collegi- ate Who's Who. JOHN P. MCINTYRE 31 GiFiord Ave., Jersey City, N. J. ' St. Peter's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 2, Turf and Tinsel 3,4, Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,4, intra- murals 1,2,3. THOMAS A. MCKENNA 341 Hillside Ave., Livingston, N. J. ' Seton Hall Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 3, Sophomore Cotillion, Villanovan 3,1-1, Belle Air, Arts and Sciences Division Editor 4, Lynx 2,3, Villanova Band 1,2, Literary Club 3, Vice-President 4, Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2,3,4. JOHN J. MCKENZIE 1230 Concord Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' Archmere Preparatory Academy ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. N ROTC Rin Dance Decorations 3- Junior Senior Prom Decora- . . . . .j Q 1 1 tions Committees, Villanova Engineer 2,3,4, Villanovan 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Geology Club 3,4, Ouarterdeck Society 4, Commodore 3,4. JOHN R. MCLAUGHLIN 911 Lindale Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHEIOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Sophomore Cotillion Ticket Committee, Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4, A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4. MICHAEL J. MCLAUGI-ILIN 36 W. River St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ' St. Mary's High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Opera Classica 3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. VINCENT C, MCMAI-ION 5400 Fieldston Rd., Riverdale 71, N. Y. ' St. Francis Xavier High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. VINCENT J. MCMANUS 27 E. Pastorius St., Philadelphia 44, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,4, Veterans Club 4, Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. DONALD C. MCNELIS 2031 Wayne Ave., Haddon Heights, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Junior Ring Dance Committee, Ring Committee Chairman, Lynx 1, WVIL 1,2,3,4, Opera Classica 1,2,3,4, Villanova Singers 1,2, Biology Club 3, President 4, Astronomy Club 3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, Philioso- phy Club 4. WILLIAM R. MCNERNEY 412 W. State St., Media, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2, Turf and Tinsel 4, Business Whirl 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3, Industrial Relations Club 2,3, Intramurals 2,3,4. THOMAS J. MCPHERSON 136 Roxbury Rd., Syracuse, N. Y. ' Christian Brothers Academy ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. N.F.C.C.S. 1,2,3,4, Steering Committee 3,4, Interfraternity Ball Com- mittee 2, Junior Prom Committee, Sanctuary Society 3,4, Delta Pi Mu 1,2, Treasurer 3, Executive Committee 2,3, Turf and Tinsel 2,4, French Club 1, Football 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4. ROBERT P. MCQUAID 212 Holstien St., Bridgeport, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,4, Veterans Club 3,4. MICHAEL J. MCSHEA 319 Barnard St., West Chester, Pa. ' St. Agnes High School ' BACHE- LOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Student Council, Committee tor Academic Affairs 4, Spirit Committee 2, Ring Dance, Junior Prom Decorations Committees, Steer- ing Committee 4, Villanova Engineer 2,3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Geology Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN P. MCTAGUE 316 W. Sixth St., Bridgeport, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Veterans Club 2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 2,4, Q' 19" in villanova university Top Row: EAMONN J. MCTIERNAN 2705 Belmont Ave., Ardmore, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,4, Veterans Club 3,4, Intramurals 2,3. JOHN C. MEAGHER B07 Monmouth St., Gloucester City, N. J, ' Gloucester Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Veterans Club 3,4. PHILIP K. NIEBUS, JR. 1306 Whittier Rd., Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. ' De LaSalle High School' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Turf and Tinsel 3,4, Finance Society 1,2,3,4, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PAUL K. MEDEIROS 216 Prospect St., Fall River, Mass. ' Coyle High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Basca Dance Decorations Committee 2,3,4, Tuff and Tinsel 2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS MEGILL 129 Windsor Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Class of I959 Bottom Row: ALAN P. MEHLDAU 111 Ninth St., Garden City, N. Y. ' Garden City High School ' BACHE LOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Spirit Committee I,2, Junior Prom Committee, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.S.M.E. 2,3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JEROME A. MENNE 6836 Large St., Philadelphia 49, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Villanovan 2,3,4, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. ROBERT J. MERKERT 31 Division Ave., South Nyack, N. Y. ' Nyack Junior-Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Student Council 3, Religious Affairs Chairman 4, Orientation Com- mittee 4, Spirit Committee 3, N.F.C.C.S. 4, Jazz Concert Chairman 3, Steering Committee 4, Villanova Engineer 2,3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Vil- lanovan 3,4, Sanctuary Society 1,2,3,4, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3, Chairman 4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4, National Collegiate Who's Who. JOSEPH A. MICHELL, lll 315 E. Hinckley Ave., Ridley Park, Pa. ' Ridley Park High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Finance Society 2,3,4, Pre7Law Society 1,2, International Relations So- ciety 2,3, Baseball I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2. CHRISTOPHER A. MIEDZIUS 132 MiFllin St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Jazz Concert Committee 3, Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,4. Top Row: JOSEPH R. MIELE 327 Carr Ave., Keansburg, N. J. ' Delbarton High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Spirit Committee I,2,3,4, lnterfraternity Ball Committee I,2,3,4, Mendel Bulletin 3,4, Opera Classica 4, Lambda Kappa Delta l,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. RICHARD J. MIELE 29 Gregory Ave., West Orange, N. J. ' Newark Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Sophomore Cotillion, Society for the Advancement ot Management 4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. FRANK J. MILLER 6142 N. Fairhill St., Philadelphia 20, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Steering Committee 4, Belle Air 2, Account- ing Society 2,3,4, Secretary 3. JAMES J. MILLER 326 Hampden Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. International Relations Society 3,4, Spanish Club 2, Psychology Club 4, Intramurals l',2,3. JAMES M. MINGER 424 Green St., Allentown, Pa. ' Allentown Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance Ticket Committee 3, Shamokinaki Committee 3, WVIL 3,4, Amateur Radio Club 3,4, Villanova Engineer 3, Art Editor 4, A.l.E.E.fI.R.E. 3,4, Villanova university Bottom Row: JOSEPH A. MINGIONE 356 Lincoln Ave , Downingtown, Pa. ' Downingtown High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Jazz Concert Committee 3, Villanova Engineer 3,4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 3, Treasurer 4, Intramurals 4. GEORGE E. MITCHELL I3 Longview Rd., Port Washington, L. I., N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spanish Club I,2, Semper Fidelis 2,3,4, Delta Pi Mu I,2,3, Track I, Intramurals I,2,3,4. THEODORE J. MITROSKY 223 Poplar Ave., Devon, Pa. ' Trenton Catholic High-School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3,4, Veterans Club 3,4. MICHAEL F, MOHR 345 Susquehanna Ave., Lock Haven, Pa. ' Immaculate Conception High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Shamokinaki Dance Committee 2, WVIL 2,3, Sanctuary SOCISIY I,2,3,4, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 'I,2,3,4. PAUL J. MOLNAR, JR. I8IO Riverside Dr., Trenton, N. J. - Trenton Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. , Student Council 4, Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Sophomore Cotillion Deco- rations Committee, lnterfraternity Ball Ticket Committee 4, Semper Fidelis Society 3, Turf and Tinsel 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Account- ing Society 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. class of I959 CHARLES V. MONAOHAN, JR. R. D. 4397, York, Pa. ' York Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS, Spirit Committee I,2,3,4, Intertraternity Ball Decorations Committee 4, Marketing Club 2, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOSEPH J. MONAHAN 4l E. Somerset St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Junior Dinner Dance Committee 4, International Relations Society 3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, Intramurals I,3. WILLIAM H. MONEY I4 W. Troy Ave., Ventnor, N. J. ' Pennington Preparatory School 0 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society for the Advancement of Management 4, Industrial Relations Club 4, Basketball 2, Intramurals I,2,3,4. RICHARD M. MONTGOMERY 605 E. Beaver St., Bellefonte, Pa. 0 West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society for the Advancement ot Management 3,4, Football I,2, Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD P. MOONEY IO7 Montgomery Ave., Cynvvyd, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. JOSEPH D. MOONEY 50 N. Delancy Pl., Atlantic City, N. J. ' Atlantic City High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN P. MORAN 637 78th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' Brooklyn Technical High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Spirit Committee 2,3, Steering Committee 3, Charity Ball 3, Jazz Concert 3, Villanova Engineer 4, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 4, Opera Classica 3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Geology Club 3, President 4, N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team I,2,3, Pershing Rifles I,2,3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4. JOSEPH A. MORELLO 226 Bayard Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. Chemical Society I,2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Astronomy Club 4, Mendel Bulletin 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. PAUL G. NIORRA 3 Allen La., Mine Hill, N. J. ' Morristown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 3,4, Football I,2,3,4, Track 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. RICHARD A. MORRISSEY, JR. 4Il Continental Rd., Hatboro, Pa. ' Hatboro High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 4, Society tor the Advance- ment of Management 3,4, Intramurals I. THOMAS E. MORRISSEY IIO4 Harper Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3, Finance Society 4, Intramurals 2,3,4. WILLIAM J. MORTELL IT4 Ashburton Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. ' Archbishop Stepinac High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3. MANUEL A. MUCHACHO Avenue 3Y, :j83'47, Maracaibo, Venezuela ' San .lose de Merida High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spanish Club I,2,3,4, International Relations Society 4, Opera Classica 2,3, Marketing Club 2,3, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOHN F. NIULHALL I34 Sixth St., Greenport, L. I., N. Y. ' Greenport High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. lnterfraternity Ball Committee 3, Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. ANTHONY J. MULLEN 5525 Greenway Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' Mother of the Savior Seminary, Blackwood, N. J. ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Villanovan 4. ANTHONY P. MULLEN 207 Barclay La., Haddonfield, N. J. ' Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN J. MULLEN 4907 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Pre-Law Society 2,3,4. ROBERT F. MULLIOAN 3734 Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, N. Y. ' St. Peter's High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3,4, Turf and Tinsel 3,4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Basca Dance Decorations Committee 3,4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. ERNEST MURATORI, JR. 30-ll l43rd St., Flushing 54, N. Y. ' Flushing High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Shamokinaki Dance Committee 2,3, Turf and Tinsel 3, WVIL 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Pre-Law Society 2,3,4, Astronomy Club I, Imramurals I,2,3,4. ALBERT J. MURPHY 7155 Crittenden St., Philadelphia I9, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3. 3 .5 villanova university Top Row: RICHARD J. MURPHY 2436 Linden Dr., Havertown, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICs. ROBERT A. MURPHY 15 Providence St., Lawererice, Mass. ' Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C.5 Student Council Treasurer 3, President 45 Senate 3,45 Student Union and Special Problems Committee 35 Spirit Committee 1,2,3,45 N.F.C.C.S, 1,2,3,45 Religious AITairs Committee 45 Junior Week Co-Chairman5 Executive Committee 2,35 Orientation Committee 25 Steering Committee 3,45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,45 A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,35 N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team 35 Quarterdeck Society 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Intramural Council 2,35 National Collegiate Who's Who. THOMAS E. MURPHY 331 Edmonds Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ' JOHN F. MURRAY 1016 E. Chelten Ave., Philadelphia 38, Pa. ' St. .lohn the Baptist High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. N.R.O.T.C.5 OrientationnCommIttee 25 Sophomore Cotillion5 Ring Dance COmmittee5 Mother's Day Program Chairman5 Villanova Singers 2,3,45 Opera Classica 45 Spanish Club 45 N.R.O.T.C. Co-Commander 45 Intramurals 4. ROBERT F. MURRAY 95 Windsor Ave., Narberth, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,35 N.F.C.C.S. 1,2,3,45 Marketing Club 2,3,45 Pre- Law Society 25 Intramurals 3,4. Class of 1959 Bottom Row. WILLIAM E. MURRAY 201 Eighth St., Honesdale, Pa. ' Honesdale Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council 3,45 Student Senate 3,45 Senior Car Committee Chair- man 3,45 Executive Vice-President for Academic Atztairs 45 Spirit Committee 1,2, Publicity Co-Chairman 35 Steering Committee 35 Orientation Committee 2,3,45 Industrial Relations Club 15 Opera Classica 15 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,45 Finance Society 2,3, President 45 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 National Collegiate Who's Who. JOHN A. MUSSIO 1263 82nd St., Brooklyn 28, N. Y. 0 Polytechnical Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Intertraternity Ball Committee 45 Mother's Day Committee5 Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2,3,45 WVIL 3,45 Opera Classica 3,45 Mendel Bulletin 25 Intramurals 2,3. ANDREW F. NAPOLI 516 Larchwood Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2,3,45 International Relations Society 45 Intra- murals 4. JOSEPH F. NARDO 1220 S. Carlisle St., Philadelphia 46, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. DAVID J. NATALE 551 Maddock Rd., Springfield, Pa, ' St. James High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Band 15 Pre-Law Society 2,3, Vice-President 4. Top Row: EDWARD J. NESSLER 58010 Van Kirk St., Philadelphia 20, Pa. ' La Salle College High School - 'BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. JOSEPH W. NORPEL 827 Serrill Ave., Yeadon, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Prom Committee 3, Villanovan 3,4, Villanova Engineer 2,4, A.l.E.E. 3,4, Orientation Committee 4, Intramurals 1,2. CLEMEN1' M. NOVITSKY R. D. iii, Jermyn, Pa. ' Scott Township High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3, Opera Classica 1,2, Secretary 3,4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Marching Band 1,2,3. JOSEPH C. NUGENT, JR. 444 E. 57th St., New York, N. Y. ' Riverdale High School ' BACHELOR OFTSCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 1,2,3,4, N.F.C.C.S. 4, Sophomore Cotillion, Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4, Belle Masque 2, Finance Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 3. ROBERT W. NUSBICKEL 209 Elm Terrace, Narberth, Pa. - Lower Merion High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 3,4, Astronomy Club 2. villanova university Bottom Row: ANDREW J. O'BRIEN 1449 N. Hirst St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 1,2,3. GERALD F. O'BRlEN 2325 Belmont Ave., Ardmore, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. WVIL 1,2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 3,4, Amateur Radio Club 2,3,4, Physics Club 1,2, Intramurals 3,4. JOSEPH F. O'BRIEN ' 1907 44th St., Pennsaukin, N. J. ' Merchantville High'SchooI ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,4. PETER J. O'BRIEN 312 Carpenter La., Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council 4, Elections Committee 4, Intramural Council 1,2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, WVIL 2, Busi- ness Whirl 2, Pre-Law Society 2,3, President 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, National Collegiate Who's Who. JOHN J. O'CONNELL 121 Van Shoick Ave., Albany, N. Y. ' Christian Brothers Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intercollegiate Conference on Government 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. class of I959 PETER F. O'CONNOR Montrose Ave. and County Line Rd., Rosemont, Pa. ' West Phila- delphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4. JOHN F. O'DONNELL 5914 Jefferson St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Villanovan 3,4, Opera Classica 3,4, Student Education Association 2, President 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,4. ROBERT E. O'DONNELL R. D. itil, Downingtown, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4, Pre-Law Club 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. DONALD C. OEHLRICH 217 Cricket Ave., Ardmore, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. PETER J OKEEFE 165 Blackburn Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICs. Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN F. O'MALLEY 1606 Ridgeway Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Orphans' Committee 3, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Interfraternity Ball 2,3,4, Sophomore Cotillion 2, Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4, Pre-Law Society 2,3,4, Marketing Club 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL J. O'NEILL 5519 Rising Sun Ave., Philadelphia 20, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanovan 4, A.I.E.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4. PHILIP A. O'NElLL 963 Vernon Rd., Philadelphia 50, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 1,2,3,4, Orientation Committee 2, Villanovan 2, Turf and Tinsel 2, A.S.M.E. 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1. EUGENE P. O'PELLA 102 Pensdale St., Philadelphia 27, Pa. ' St. John the Baptist High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Orphans' Outing Committee 3, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Society tor the Advancement of Management 3,4, Basketball 1,2, Football 1,2,3,4. LAWRENCE Nl. O'ROURKE 5663 Springfield Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council 4, Elections Committee 4, Orientation Committee 4, Shamokinaki Dance Committee 3,4, Mother's Day Committee, Basca Dance Committee 3, Turt and Tinsel Publicity Committee 2, Belle Masque Publicity Committee 2, Villanovan 2, Managing Editor 3, Editor in Chief 4, Lynx 2,-4, Literary Club 3, Treasurer 4, Intramurals 1,2,3, National Collegiate Who's Who. EDWARD R. O'SHEA 16 N. Randolph Ave., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ' Poughkeepsie High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Accounting Society 2, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS F. O'TOOLE, JR. 405 Clinton Rd., Harrisburg, Pa. ' Bishop McDevitt High 'School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2, Junior Week Committee, Villanova Singers 1,2,3, WVIL 4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4. JOAN ANNE OVERBECK 4053 Ellendale Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' Notre Dame High School, Moylan ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. FRANCISCO .I. PACHECO Avenida 4 No 25-60, Merida, Venezuela ' Colegio San Jose' ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EcoNoMICs. Student Council 3,4, Elections Committee 4, Senior Car Committee 4, Orientation Committee 4, Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3, Treasurer 4, WVIL 3,4, International Relations Society 4, Finance Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ANGELO A. PAGANO 7125 Sellers Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. - West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Interfraternity Ball Committee 4, Senior Prom Committee, Belle Air 4, Physics Club 4, Astronomy Club 4, International Relations Society 3,4, Intramurals 2. EUGENE J. PAJA 7489 Asbury Park, Detroit 28, Mich. ' St. Hedwig High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Vice-President Ot Senior Class, Religious Affairs Committee and Sanc- tuary Society 2,3,4, Orphans' Outing Committee 3, Steering Com- mittee 4, Finance Society 2,4, Secretary 3, Veterans Club 3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. LAWRENCE F. PALACIO 208 E. 5th Aye., Conshohocken, Pa. ' St. JOseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 2,3, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Orientation Committee 2, Mother's Day Committee, Belle Air 3, Villanovan 4, Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3, Social Chairman 4, Swimming 1,2,3, CO-Captain 4, Intramurals 1. JAMES L. PALMER 3245 Latonia Avo., Pittsburgh 16, Pa. ' Dormont High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. DONALD PAPIERNIK 3071 C St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN D. PARK 21 Cray Terr., Fanwood, N. J. ' Holy Trinity High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. villanova university Top Row: RALPH E. PASCERI 1647 N. 61st St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' S1. Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee, A.l.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. SANDOR PASKIN 3012 Kensington Ave., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' Central High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2,3, Pledge Master 4, Mendel Bulletin 3,4. JOHN J. PCOLINSKI 324 Gritten St., Phoenixville, Pa. ' Phoenixville High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Veterans Club 4, Business Whirl, Circulation Editor 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4. ANTHONY PELECKIS 722 De Witt St., Linden, N. J. - Linden High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 4, A.S.M.E. 2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL J. PEPE, JR. 2040 Sussex Blvd., Broomall, Pa. ' John Bartram High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spanish Club 1,2,3. class of 1959 Bottom Row: JAMES A. PHELAN 1145 Old Lancaster Rd., Berwyn, Pa. ' St. Agnes High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Student Education Association 2,3,4. RICHARD F. PHELPS 2 Fenimore Rd., Port Washington, N. Y. ' St. Mary's High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. WVIL 1,2,3,4, Chief Operating Engineer 3, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, Radio Club 3,4, A.S.M.E. 2,3,4, Shamokinaki Chairman 3. PETER M. PHILBIN 988 Brooklyn Ave., Brooklyn 3, N. Y. ' St. Augustine High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. WVIL 2,3,4, Belle Masque 1,2, Turf and Tinsel 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CATHERINE E. PHILLIPS 115 McKinley Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' Charles E. Ellis School for Girls ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Alpha Delta Chi 2,3. JOHN D. PHILLIPS 6805 Sprague St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A.S.M.E. 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Pi Tau Pi 4, Intramurals 1,4. ' IWW! Top Row: WILLIAM F. PHILLIPS 6805 Sprague St., Philadelphia I9, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Spirit Committee 2,4, Sophomore Cotillion 2, Intertraternity Ball 3,4, Orphans' Outing Committee 3, Lambda Kappa Delta l,2, Social Chairman 3,4, French Club I,2. SALVATORE M. PIETROFITTA 200 Packard St., Hammonton, N. J. ' St. Joseph's High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanovan 2,3, Co-Photo Editor 4, Belle Air 2,3, Photo Editor 4, WVIL l,2, Chief Engineer 3,4, Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4, Radio Club 3, Station Manager 4, Villanova Engineer 3,4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,3,4. JOHN W. PILCICKI 244 E. Eighth Ave., Conshohocken, Pa. ' St. Matthew's High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 2,3, Executive Editor 4, WVIL 2,3,4, Radio Club 4, A.l.E.E-l.R.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals l,3. DOMINIC L. PILOTTI 203 Dorset Rd., Devon, Pa. ' Treclyftrin-Easttown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Sophomore Cotillion Committee 2, Villanova Singers 2, Veterans Club 3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3. ROBERT L. PINTO 38II School La., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council 4, Spirit Committee 3, Orientation Committee 4, Villanovan 3,4, Belle Air 3, Editor in Chief 4, Swimming l,2,3,4, National Collegiate Who's Who. Villanova university Bottom Row: MARIAN THERESE PLAVCAN 25 Ardmore Terr., Collingswood, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Alpha Delta Chi 3,4, Opera Classica Society 3. JOHN R. POLINSKY I44 Seneca St., Lester I3, Pa. ' Ridley Park High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club l,2,3,4, Intramurals 2,3,4. DOMINIC J. PROFACI 8863 l5th Ave., Brooklyn 28, N. Y. ' St. John's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. lntertraternity Ball Committee 4, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Turf and Tinsel I,3, Delta Pi Epsilon 2, Intramurals l,2, Pre-Law Club 3, Accounting Club 2. ANTHONY D. PURCELL 6647 Lansdowne Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. - St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Lambda Kappa Delta l,2,3,4, French Club 2, Intramurals l,2,3. JAMES M. PURCELL 2030 Tulpehocken St., Philadelphia 38, Pa. ' La Salle College Higlt School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. Chemistry Club i,2,3,4, Physics Club 2,3. Class of l959 RAYMOND J. QUAGLIA I7I6 S. 22nd St., Philadelphia 45, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Mother's Day Entertainment Co-Chairman, Villanovan 3, Feature Editor 4, Literary Club 3,4, Lynx 4. JAMES P. QUIGLEY 5505 Woodside Ave., Woodside 77, N. Y. ' Chaminacle High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Delta Pi Mu I,2,3, Student Council Representative 4, Spanish Club 3, Opera Classica 3,4, International Relations Society 4. THOMAS E. RADOMSKI R.D. gil, Norristown, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Junior Prom Committee, Villanovan 3,4, Pre-Law Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4. JAMES T. RAE IO3 le Carra Ct., Lansdowne, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ROBERT C. RAFANO 5 Martin Ave., South River, N. J. ' South River High School ' BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE. Spirit Committee 2, N.F.C.C.S. 2, Junior Prom Committee, March- ing Band I,2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,4, WVIL 2, Public Relations Director 3,4, International Relations Society 3, President 4, Inter- collegiate Conference on Government 3,4, Villanovan 3,4, National Collegiate WhO's Who. JAMES W. RAFFERTY 418 St. Davids Ave., Wayne, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. WVIL 3,4, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, Amateur Radio Club 3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, Astronomy Club 3, A.I.E.E. I,2,3,4. WILLIAM J. RAHN 2 Copley Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Spirit Committee 3, Track I,2,3,4. DANIEL M. RAMSAY 7I67 Charles St., Philadelphia 35, Pa. ' Abraham Lincoln High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS. PETER E. RECKER 1429 Newport Ave., Northampton, Pa. ' Allentown Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3,4, Orphans' Outing Committee 3, French Club 2,3,4, Finance Society 3,4, Society tor the Advancement of Management 3, Accounting Club I, Intramurals 2,3,4. MARTIN J. REDDING 662 Long La., Gettysburg, Pa. ' Delone Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Junior Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Geology Club 4, Intramurals 2,3,4. ROBERT J. REDPATH 1037 80th St., Brooklyn 28, N. Y. ' St. Michaei's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intertraternity Ball Committee 4, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Turf and Tinsel 2,3, Secretary 4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3, Vice-President 4, Semper Fidelis 3,4, Belle Masque 2,3, Opera Classica 3, Finance Society 3, Accounting Society 2, Pre-Law Society 2, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. EDWARD H. REESE 3927 Glendale St., Philadelphia 24, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanovan 3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Intra- murals 3,4. g JOHN T. REOAN 185 Cottage St., Rochester 8, N. Y. ' Aquinas Institute ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 2, Orientation Committee 2, Junior Prom Decora- tions, Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.Ch.E. 2,3, President 4, Physics Club 2, A.C.S. 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. CHARLES P. REILLY, JR. 14 Gain Ct., Brooklyn 29, N. Y. ' Brooklyn Technical High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS. N.R.O.T.C., Math Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3. DAVID J. REINIEL 729 Westview St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. WVIL 1,2, Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4, Psychology Club 4, International Rela- tions Society 2,3,4, Intramurals 4. RALPH R. REYNOLDS 722 Stockton Circle, Ridley Park, Pa. ' St. James High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Prom Decorations 3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Geology Club 3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4, Commodore 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT J. REYNOLDS 216 Rockaway Pkwy., Valley Stream, N. Y. ' Valley Stream Central High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 1,2,4, Treasurer 3, N.F.C.C.S. 1,3,4, Regional Dance Chairman 2, Sophomore Cotillion, Co-Chairman, Orientation Com- mittee 2, Turt and Tinsel 1,4, WVIL 1, Russian Club 4, International Relations Society 1,2,4, Sanctuary Society 1,4. ANTHONY P. REZZA 329 Elm St., Conshohocken, Pa. ' Conshohocken High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Band 1,2, Social Director 3,4, Finance Society 3,4, Intramurals 1. JAMES P. RICCIO 223 Union St., Columbia, Pa. ' Columbia High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Mother's Day Cotmmittee, Basca Dance Decorating Committee 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3, Sanctuary Society 2, Society for the Advance- ment ot Management 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH S. RICE 423 Spring St., Reading, Pa. ' Hazelton Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A.S.M.E. 3,4, Pi Tau Sigma 3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4. ET? villanova university Top Row: GEORGE W. RIEHLE 659 N. 52nd St., Philadelphia 3I, Pa. ' Episcopal Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Semper Fidelis, Social Chairman 2,3,-4, Marketing Club l,2,3,4, Intramurals l,2. PAUL J. RITTER, JR. R.D. No. I Sewell Rd., Bridgeton, N. J. ' Bridgeton lligh School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.R.O.T.C., Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Marketing Club 3,4, Intramurals I,2. FRANCIS J. ROBERTS 355 Dawson St., Philadelphia 28, Pa. ' St. John the Baptist High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. . JAMES M. ROBINSON 5224 N. l5th St., Philadelphia 4I, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JAMES J. ROCCO 3532 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. Ring Dance Committee 3, lnterfraternity Ball Committee 3, Lambda Kappa Delta l,2, Secretary 3, President 4, Mendel Bulletin 2,3,4, Opera Classica 3,4, Biology Club 3,4. class of i959 Bottom Row GEORGE E. ROEHRE 61 IO Setton Ave., Baltimore, Md. - St. Mary's High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 4, Football I,2,3,4. CHARLES W. ROELLIG 3225 Teesdale St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRECAL ENGINEERING. Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, lnterfra- ternity Ball Committee 3, Orientation Committee 2, Villanova Engi- neer 3,4, Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,3,4, Track I, Intra- mural Council I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. EDWARD A. ROFI Meadowbrook Rd., Strattord, Pa. ' Tredyttrin-Easttown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3,4, Soph Cotillion Committee, Villanova Singers l,2,3,4, Turt and Tinsel l,4, Society tor the Advancement of Man- agement 3,4, Spanish Club 4, Intramurals I,4. GEORGE J. ROGACZ 3273 Gaul St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4, International Relations Society 3,4, Intramurals I,2. DAVID E. ROOP 5248 Osage Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School 0 BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanovan 3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, A.l.E.E.-l.R.E. 3, Executive Council 4, Intramurals 3,4, Belle Air 4. Top Row: ANTHONY P. ROSSI 634 Fourth Ave., New Kensington, Pa. - New Kensington High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council 3, Junior Class Steering Committee, Senior Class Steering Committee, MOther's Day Committee, Senior Dinner Dance Committee, Villanova Singers 1,2,3, Accounting Society 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. FRANK J. ROTI-IAUG Calle 70 qi3H-19, Maracaibo, Venezuela - St. Francis Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICs. Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. TERRENCE W. ROTHEMICH 135 West End Ave., North Plainfield, N. J. ' Delbarton High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, Account- ing Society 2,3,4, Industrial Relations Society 2,3, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN J. RUMBARGER 521 Wynnewood Rd., Merion, Pa. ' St. JOseph's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 2,3, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, MOtheI"s Day Committee, Entertainment Chairman, Junior Class Steering Com- mittee, Orientation Committee, Outstanding Member 2, WVIL 1, International Relations Society 4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Delta Pi Mu ,1,2, Executive Council 3, Treasurer 4, Intramurals 3. JAMES T. RYAN, O.S.A. 1440 Westwood La., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St, Joseph's Prepar- atory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Seminary Choir, C.S.M.C. 4, A.S.C.E. 2,3, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. villanova university Bottom Row: JOSEPH P. RYAN 6491 Woodbine Ave., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. JOseph's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Basketball 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. RICHARD N. RYAN 540 Rock Glen Dr., Wynnewood, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICs. Marketing Club 3,4. WALTER J. RYBA 5860 Woodbine Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 4, Radio Club 3,4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,4, Intra- murals 4. EMILIO A. SANCHEZ 128 De Diego Ave., Santurce, P, R. ' Valley Forge Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Opera Classica 4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH R. SAPONE 4829 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Opera Classica 3,4, Student Education Association 2,3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 2,3, Intramurals 4. class of 1959 ROBERT A. SAPONE 4829 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Pre-Law Society 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH W. SAYERS Wards La., Albany 4, N. Y. ' Christian Brothers Academy ' BACHE- LOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 2,3, Sophomore Cotillion, Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,4, Pledge Master 3, French Club 1, Intercollegiate Conference on Gov- ernment 4, International Relations Society 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Intramural Council 1,2. JOSEPH F. SCANCARELLA 260 Clinton Ave., Clifton, N. J. ' Clifton High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 2,3, Sophomore Cotillion, Turt and Tinsel 2, Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, International Relations Society 3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. x JOSEPH D. SCHNEIDER 5 Driftwood Dr., Erie, Pa. - Cathedral Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Ring Committee 3, Co-Chairman ot Junior Week, Steering Committee 4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3, Vice-President 4, Quarterdeck SoCi-- ety, President 4, A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 1,2, N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team 1,2, Pershing Rifles Society 1,2, N.R.O.T.C. Battalion Executive Officer 4, Intramurals 2,3,4, National Collegiate Who's Who. OSCAR T. SCOGNA 5109 Leiper St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council 4, Student Administration and Placement Committees 4, Student Senate 4, Class President 4, Steering Committee 3,-4, Dinner Dance Chairman 3, Prom Committee 3, Ring Dance Com- mittee 3, Debating Society 1,2, Treasurer 4, Recording Secretary 4, Opera Classica 2,3,4, Astronomy Club 4, Society tor the Advance- ment of Management 2, Accounting Club 4, Intramurals 1, National Collegiate Who's Who. MARY E. SCREEM 122 E. Biddle St., West Chester, Pa. ' St. Agnes High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. DONALD J. SEAROCK 209 Oak St., Nazareth, Pa. ' Nazareth High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. LAWRENCE A. SEAVER 30 Cromwell Ave., Staten Island 4, N. Y. ' Augustinian Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Belle Masque 1,2,3,4, WVIL 2,3,4, Sanctuary Society 1,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Pistol Team 3,4, Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. FRANK A. SEDLOCK 1081 Nicholas Ave., Union, N. J. ' Union High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 1,2,3,4, Mother's Day Committee, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Opera Classica 2,3,4, Turf and Tinsel 4, Pre-Law Club 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GEORGE C. SEKULA 135 Sherbrook Blvcl., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4. JOHN R. SERAFIN 47 E. Main St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ' J. M. Coughlin High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. N.R.O.T.C., Student Council 3,4, Debating Society 2, Vice-President 3,4, Villanovan 3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, Quarterdeck Society 4, Commodore, Associate Editor 4, Intra- murals -1,2, WILLIAM A. SERMANIA 4 N. Bartram Pl., Atlantic City, N. J. ' Atlantic City High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Soph Cotillion, Interfraternity Ball 4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Intra- murals 1,2,3. I MICHAEL J. SERNYAK 411 Bryan St., Havertown, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 3, Marketing Club 2,3,4. FRANCIS H. SEVICK, O.S.A. 2315 N. Leithgow St., Philadelphia 33, Pa. ' Augustinian Academy, Staten Island - BACHELOR OF ARTS. C.S.M.C. I,2,3,4, Tagastan Club I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. VC'E'1E'f" I "1 'i"',"Ef 'EE-ff? CONSTANCE L. SEYMOUR I6 ,Bridle Path La., Feasterville, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. NEIL P. SHANAHAN 3736-12L. Earlham St., Philadelphia 29, Pa. ' Bangor High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. International Relations Society 4. EDWARD A. SHEA 6832 Crittenden St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council Placement Committee 4, Soph Cotillion Committee, Belle Air, Senior Section Editor 4, Spanish Club 1,2, Intramurals 1,2, WILLIAM J. SHEA 4516 Chester Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Villanovan 3,4, Belle Air 3,4, Delta Pi Mu I,2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PAUL F. SHEEHAN 3348 Lancaster Ave., Philadelphia 4, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School. Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. ANDREW J. SHEEHY 67 Kempson PI., Metuchen, N. J. ' Delbarton High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Industrial Relations Club I,2,4, Opera Classica 1,2,3, Treasurer 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2, villanova university Top Row: ALBERT W. SHEPPARD 6639 N. Fairhill St., Philadelphia 26, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Student Council I,2, Steering Committee 2,3, Class Executive Committee I,2, Mother's Day Committee, Orientation Committee 2, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, A.l.E.E. 4, N.R.O.T.C. Recrea- tion Council I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. VINCENT M. Sl-IIELDS 8201 4th Ave., Brooklyn 9, N. Y. ' Xavier High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Delta Pi Mu i,2,3,4, International Relations Society I,2,3,4, Opera Classica 3,4, Pre-Law Society 2,3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 3,4, Industrial Relations Club 3, French Club I, Spanish Club 2,3, Russian Club 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOHN M. SHIROCK 533 E. Tioga St., Allentown, Pa. ' Allentown Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Club 3, Finance Club 3,4. FRANK W. SHORT I728 Ridgeway Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Interfraternity Ball Committee 3, A.S.M.E. 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3, Intramural Council I,2. SUZANNE M. SIMMONS H20 Meetinghouse Rd., Meadowbrook, Pa. ' Mercy Academy BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. WVIL I,2, Belle Masque I,2,3, Belle Air l,2, Olee Club 4, Phi Theta Chi I,2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4. Class of I959 Bottom Row: DANIEL C. SIMPSON, O.S.A. 2545 S. Birmingham Ave., Tulsa, Okla. ' Cascia Hall High School, Tulsa ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Tagastan Club I,2,3,4, C.S.M.C. I,2,3,4, Seminary Choir I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOSEPH J. SIMPSON IIO Oak Terr., Merchantville, N. J. ' St. Jose-ph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance 3, Junior Prom Decorations Committees, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JEROME F. SIUDA 3145 Almond St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. American Chemical Society I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. MICHAEL R. SKELLY I43'f2 W. Main St., Norristown, Pa. ' Briclgeport High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 2. JOHN SLOAN 5I6 Highland Terr., Pitman, N. J. - Woodbury High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ARTS. Veterans Club 4. Top ROW: PAUL R. SMARGIASSI 1329 Porter St., Philadelphia 48, Pa. ' South Philadelphia High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Pi Tau Sigma 3,4, A.S.M.E. 2, Field Trip Committee 3,4. EDWARD C. SMITH, JR. 8639 Laycock Ave., Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Pre-Law Society 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. LAWRENCE J. SMITH 2716 East Ave., Erie, Pa. ' Cathedral Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Ring Dance, Junior Prom Decorations Committees, A.S.M.E. 2,4, Quarterdeck Society 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM J. SNOW Chester Ave., Riverside, N. J. ' Riverside High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society for the Advancement ot Management 2, Accounting Society 3,4, Veterans Club 4. VINCENT J. SOLLIMO 501 Arch St., Norristown, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. Spanish Club 3,4, American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4. villa nova university I I I l I I I I I i J A I I 'I I Il Il I Bottom Row: WILLIAM P. SOMERVILLE R.D. 13, Muncy, Pa. ' Muncy Joint High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A.S.M.E. 2,3, Student Council Representative 4, Concert Band 1,2, Marching Band 2, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4. CHARLES T. SPINNER 551 Lawrence Ave., Westfield, N. J. 0 Westfield High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2, MOther's Day Committee, Belle Masque 2,3,4, Marketing Club 2, Finance Society 3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. SALVATORE P. SQUITIERI 3109 Roberts Ave., Bronx 61, N. Y. ' Cardinal Hayes High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Frosh-Soph Hop Committee, Soph Cotillion Committee, International Relations Society 3, Finance. Society 2,3, Secretary 4, American Finance Society 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. CHARLES L. STEAD 54 Hayes St., Cambridge 39, Mass. ' Rindge Technical High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Track 1,2,3,4. ELIZABETH V. STEENWERTH 16 Fairway Dr., West Orange, N. J. ' Mount St. Dominic Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NuRsING. Junior Prom Decorations Committee, Pi Theta Chi 3,4, Belle Masque 3, The Guild 3,4. r class of 1959 I I f ELLEN N. STEWART 507 Rose St., Yeadon, Pa. f School of the Holy Child ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NuRsING. ALAN M. STOUGI-ITON 308 Old Forrest Rd., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. JOseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. lntertraternity Ball Committee 3, Villanovan I, Photography Editor 2,3,4, Belle Air 1,2, Photography Editor 3, Managing Editor 4, WVIL 2, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Villanova Engi- neker 2,3,4, Intramural Council 1,2,3,4, National Collegiate WhO's W o. EDWARD A. STROUD 569 Wyoming Ave., Kingston, Pa. ' Kingston High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Charity Ball Committee 3, Villanova Engineer 4, Concert Band 3, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.I.E.E. 3,-4, A.l.Ch.E. 2, Intramurals 1,2. GERARD E. SULLIVAN 31'I1 Glenwood Rd., Brooklyn 10, N. Y. ' St. AugustirIe's High School 0 BACHELOR OF ARTS. Belle Masque 1,2,3,4, Turt and Tinsel 4, WVIL 2, Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JEROME L. SULLIVAN 2947 Dorman Ave., Broomall, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Villanovan 4, Accounting Society 3,4. RICHARD R. SUR 2626 Robinwood Ave., Toledo, Ohio ' Toledo Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Basca Dance Committee 3, Sanctuary Society 1,2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4, Quarterdeck Society 4, Intra- murals I,2,3,4. JOSEPH S. SUTTON 566 Prospect Ave., Brooklyn 15, Pa. - St. John's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 2, Orientation Committee 2, Shamokanaki Dance Committee 3,4, Villanova Singers 2,3,4, Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,4, Execu- tive Council 3, International Relations Society 4, Opera Classica 4, Spanish Club 1, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WALTER D. SVEKLA 3350 Edgemont St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4. THOMAS F. SWANK 27 White Oak Rd., Springfield, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. Mendel Bulletin 3, Chemistry Editor 4, American Chemical Society 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT W. SWITZ 2635 Kirk Ave., Broomall, Pa. ' Marple-Newtown Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. WVIL 1,2,3, Cheerleader 1,2, Pre-Law Society 4. hav RICHARD SZATKOWSKI 203 Delaware St., Lester I3, Pa. ' Ridley Park High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3,4. JOSEPH A. TACCONELLI 6 Englewood Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. GARY F. TACKAS 3I Pershing Ave., Newark, N. J. ' St. Benedict's Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Junior Prom, Dinner Dance Committees, Villanovan 2, Belle Masque 2, Turf and Tinsel 2,3, President 4, Finance Society 2,3,4. JAMES E. TAGUE 5822 Springfield Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Lynx 2,3, Poetry Editor 4, WVIL 2, Business Whirl 2, Literary Club 4, Pre-Law Society 2,3, Liaison Officer 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4, Intra- mural Council 3,4. JOHN F. TAORMINA 3 West Wood Rd., Great Neck, N. Y. ' Great Neck High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council, Alumni Representative 4, Spirit Committee 2,3, Soph Cotillion, Delta Pi Epsilon 4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 3, Intramurals I,2,3,4. HARRY F. TAPPEN, JR. 42 Lehigh St., Dover, N. J. 0 Delbarton High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. JAMES M. TARSY 500 E. Shore Rd., Great Neck, N. Y. - Great Neck High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4, Marketing Club 4, Intramurals 3,4, THOMAS D. TEGLER 519 Oxford Rd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Pre-Law Society 4, Intramurals. EDWARD B. TEPPER 1230 Remington Rd., Wynnewood, Pa. 0 Lower Merion High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. Orphans' Outing Committee 3, Interfraternity Ball 3, Villanovan 2, Spanish Club I,2, Biology Club 4, Lambda Kappa Delta I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. ROBERT P. THIEL 25 Franklin Pl., Great Neck, N. Y. ' Great Neck High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 3,4, Soph Cotillion 2, Intertraternity Ball 3,4, Decorations Committee, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. 1 villanova university Top Row: CLAYTON H. THOMAS 9609 Leon St., Philadelphia I4, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Student Council, Spanish Club Representative 4, Orientation Com- mittee 4, N.F.C.C.S. 2, Steering Committee 3, Soph Cotillion, Charity Ball 3, Ring Dance Committees, Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4, Lynx 2, Circula- tion Manager 4, Spanish Club 2, Secretary 3, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH J. THOMAS 1125 S. Ruby St., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, Intramurals 3,4. ROBERT E. THOMAS 34 Laurel Ave., Trenton 8, N. J. ' Trenton Catholic High School ' 'BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Villanovan 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM L. THOMAS 2113 E. Clearfield St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A.S.M.E. 2,3,4. PETER J. THORNTON Union Valley Rd., West Milford, N. J. ' Butler High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. N.R.O.T.C., Junior Prom, Ring Dance, Assistant Chairman Decora- tions Committees, Amateur Radio Club, President 3,4, A.I.E.E.-l.R.E. 2,3,4, Quarterdeclc Society 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. Class of 1959 Bottom Row JOSEPH J. TIGHE 825 N. 63rd St., Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance, Junior Prom, Senior Prom Committees, Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. EUGENE S. TIMLIN 68 Shirley La., Jettersonville, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4. JAMES J. TOBIN 2222 S. Bucknell St., Philadelphia 45, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Marketing Club 2,3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ANTHONY J. TOLERICO 93 Scott St., Carbondale, Pa. ' Benjamin Franklin High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Society tor the Advancement ot Management 3,4, Industrial Rela- tions Club 4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. FRANCIS R. TRAVIS, JR. 32 Mesier Ave., Wappingers Falls, N. Y. ' Wappingers Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A.S.M.E. I,2,3,4. Top Row: JOSEPH P. URGENTO 28 Maplewood St., Albany 8, N. Y. ' Christian Brothers Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 2,3,4, Prom Decorations Committee 3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 3,4, Pre-Law Society 3,4, International Relations Society 3,4, Intercol- legiate Conference on Government 3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. ROBERT F. URSOMARSO 603 Rose St., Yeadon, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. EDWARD A. UTSCH 419 N. Jasper ST., Allentown, Pa. ' Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 4, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3,4, Industrial Relations Clulo 2,S, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4, National Collegiate Who's Who. WILLIAM F. VALITSKI I48 Schuylkill Ave., Shenandoah, Pa. ' Shenandoah Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 2,3, Copy Editor 4, Astronomy Club 2,3, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals I. RODGER VAN ALLEN I58 N. Latch's La., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Villanovan 3, Assistant Sports Editor 4, Belle Air Business Manager 4, Villanova Singers 4, Society for the Advancement of Management 2,3, Intramurals I. villanova university Bottom Row: WILLIAM A. VAN BELLE l7I Essex Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3,4. JESS E. VANDEVERE 342 Sagamore Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Intramurals I,2,3,4. JOHN H. VAN DUSEN 506 Baird Rd., Merion, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N,F.C.C.S. I,2, Ring Dance Committee 3, Belle Air 4, Accounting Society 2,3,4, Track I,2,3,4. JOSEPH W. VASTURIA i506 N. 59th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 0 St. Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance, Junior Prom Committees, Senior Prom, Chairman of Decorations, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals i,2,3,4. RALPH J. VECCHIO R.D. 42, Port Jervis, N. Y. ' Port Jervis High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. N.R.O.T.C., Senior Car Committee, Semper Fidelis Society 3,4, Quar- tercleck Society 4, Pershing Rifles 2,3, Student Council Representa- tive 4, N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team i,2,3, Executive OFHCer 4. class of I959 THEODORE L. VENTICINQUE 2822 N. Warnock St., Philadelphia 33, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING- Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E. 3,4, Intramurals 4. KENNETH T. VINCENT I8 Haven Ave., Rockport, Mass. ' Greenwich High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS. Villanova Singers 2, Math Club 2,3,4, Football I, Intramurals I,2. WALTER P. VOGEL, O.S.A. Encinitas, California ' St. Augustine High School, San Diego ' BACHE- LOR OF ARTS. C.S.M.C. I,2,3,4, Tagastan Club I,2,3,4, Seminary Choir I,2,3,4, Catholic Action I,2, Polyphonic Choir I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. CHARLES J. VOLPE I8 Walman Ave., Clifton, N. J. ' Clifton High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Ring Dance Committee 3, Turf and Tinsel 4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. RICHARD J. WAGNER 2427 E. Clearfield St., Philadelphia 34, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Astronomy Club 3, Radio Club 3,4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.A. 2,3,4. ROBERT J. WAGNER 1459 Higbee St., Philadelphia 49, Pa. - La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Student Council 4, Secretary 4, Parents Day Chairman 4, Orientation Committee 4, Class Steering Committee 3,4, Ring Dance Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Villanova Engineer 3, Opera Classica 3,4, Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.A. 2,3,4, I.R.A. Secretary 4, Intramurals I. EDWARD P. WALSH 9202 219th St., Queens Village, N. Y. ' Chaminacle High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. N.F.C.C.S. 2,3, Interfraternity Ball 3,4, Sophomore Cotillion, Nick Basca Dance 2,4, Intramural Committee 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Marketing Club 2,3, Intramurals I,2,3,4. IRENE P. WALSH 209 Reese St., Sharon Hill, Pa. ' Notre Dame Catholic Girls High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NuRsING. MARTIN WALSH 6321 South Francisco Ave., Chicago 29, Ill. ' St. Rita's High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. WVIL 3, Student Education Association 3,4. WILLIAM G. WALSH, JR. 32 Highland Ave., Bala-Cynvvycl, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School 'V,BACI-IELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4, International Relations Society 2,3,-4, Psychology Club 3,4, Intramurals 2,3, EDWARD D. WARD, JR. Valley Park Rd., Valley Forge, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECoNoMICs. Turf and Tinsel 4, Business Whirl Co-Editor 4, Veterans Club 3,4, Society tor the Advancement Ot Management 2, Publicity Director 3, Industrial Relations Club 2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4. PETER M. WARD 265 Maple St., Islip, N. Y. ' Islip High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Marketing Club 2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. BARBARA J, WARNER Ashbourne and Hopeland Rds., Wyncote, Pa. ' Melrose Academy High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NuRsING. Student Council Nursing Division Representative 3, Academic Affairs Committee 2, Pamphlet Committee 2, Pi Theta Chi l,4, President 2, Treasurer 3, Communion Breakfast Chairman i, WVIL I, The Guild 3,4, President 3, National Collegiate Who's Who. WILLIAM J. WASHINGTON I8 Madison Ave., Morristown, N. J. ' Bayley-Ellard High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Junior Week Committee, Shamokinaki Dance Committee 3, WVIL I,2, Music Director 3, Station Manager 4. JOHN W. WASSMER 209 Stockton Blvd., Sea Girt, N. J. ' Bishop Kenny High School, Jacksonville, Fla. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Junior Prom ancl Dinner Dance, Senior Prom and Dinner Dance Committees, WVIL 2,3,4, Accounting Club 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2, 3,4. LAWRENCE M. WATERHOUSE 86-57 Midland Pkwy., Jamaica 32, N. Y. ' Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spirit Committee 2,3, Sophomore Cotillion, Orientation Committee, Semper Fidelis 3,4, Delta Pi Mu I,2,3,4, French Club I, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4, International Relations Society 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. WALTER WEY 43 Henry St., Passaic, N. J. ' Pope Pius Xll High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3,4, Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4, Intercollegiate Confer- ence on Government 4, Accounting Club I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JAMES W. Wl'IEI.AN 2l6 Lakeview Ave., Malverne, L. I., N. Y. - Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4, Astronomy Club 2, Vice-President 3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, A.l.E.E.-I.R.A. 2,3,4, Intramurals l,2,4. JOHN I. WHITE 60 Homestead Rd., Tenafly, N. J. ' Tenatly High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Spirit Committee 3,4, Interfraternity Ball Ticket Committee 4, Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4, Society tor the Advancement of Management 3,4, Marketing Club I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. FRANKLIN J. WILHELM T440 S. Vodges St., Philadelphia 43, Pa. ' John Bartram High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 3,4. villanova university Top Row: GEORGE F. WILKINS 544 Broadview Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONO1vIICs. KENNETH J. WILLIAMS R. D. 5I7E2, Middletown, N. Y. - Middletown High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Phi Kappa Pi i,2,3,4, Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.A. 4, Intra- murals 2,3. CHARLES J. WILLIMANN 642 Harder Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO,NOIvIICs. N.F.C.C.S. 2,3,4, Dance Chairman 3, Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Ring Dance Committee 3, Lynx 2, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Marketing Club 3,4, Accounting Club 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. EDWARD J. WIMMER 329 Highland Ave., Devon, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACH- ELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 3,4, Veterans Club 3,4, Geology Club 4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2. WILLIAM WINKLER 936 Serrill Ave., Yeadon, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Accounting Society 2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. class of i959 Bottom Row: JOANNE F. WINNICKI 2601 W. 6th St., Chester, Pa. 0 Notre Dame High School, Moylan ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. Alpha Delta Chi. JOHN R. WITUCKI, O.S.A. I9642 Du Bois Ave., South Bend, Ind. 0 Cascia Hall High School - BACHELOR OF ARTs. C.S.M.C. 2,3,4, jlagastan Club 2,3,4, Seminary Choir 2,3,4, Intra- murals 2,3,4. MICHAEL P. WOLAN, O.S.A. 3837 S. Sacramento St., Chicago, Ill. ' St. Rita's High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ARTS. C.S.M.C. l,2,3,4, Tagastan Club I,2,3,4, Seminary Club I,2,3,4, Polyphonic Choir I,2,3,4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. JAMES MICHAEL WOODWARD I84 5th St., Greenport, L. I., N. Y. ' Greenport High School ' BACHE- LOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Basca Award Dance Committee 4, Phi Kappa Pi I,2,3, Executive Com- mittee 4, Pi Tau Sigma 3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 4, A.S.M.E. 2,3, President 4, Intramurals I,2,3,4. FRANCIS J. WUNDERLICH 626 Broad Acres Rd., Penn Valley, Narberth, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. A.C.S. I,2,3,4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 3, Astronomy Club '2,3,4, Physics Club I,2, Mathematics Club 2. Top Row: EDWARD T. YANNUL 114 Ritner St., Philadelphia 48, Pa. ' Southeast Catholic High School " BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. Villanova Engineer 4, Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, A.S.C.E. 2,3,4, Geology Club 4, Intramurals 2,3,4. JOSEPH J. YUNGWIRTH 318 W. Baltimore Ave., Media, Pa. ' St. James Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCEI IN SOCIAL STUDIES. Sophomore Cotillion Committee, Owl Hop Committee 3, Belle Masque 2,3,4, International Relations Society 3,4, Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,4, Psy- chology Club 4, French Club 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4, Intercollegiate Conference on Government 4. JOANNE L. ZAREMBA 1826 W. James St., Jeffersonville, Pa. - Upper Merion High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NuRsING. Senior Dinner Dance, Secretary, Pi Theta Chi 1,4, Glee Club 4, Opera Classica 4. EDWARD ZEASER 7147 Anderson St., Philadelphia 19, Pa. ' St. John the Baptist High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council, Placement Committee Chairman 4, Refreshment Chairman, Junior Prom, Business Whirl 4, Society for the Advance- ment of Management 2, Vice-President 3,4. JOHN J. ZENTGRAF 2747 Morris Rd., Ardmore, Pa. ' Haverford Township Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. villanova university Bottom Row: EDWARD ZETUSKY 609 Willowbrook Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' Haverford High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4, Pre-Law Society 2,3,4. JOSEPH M. ZICARELLI 256 Avenue B, Bayonne, N. J. ' Bayonne High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. Spanish Club 1,2,3, Intramurals 1,2,3, Philosophy Club 3,4, Inter- national Relations Society 3,4, Villanovan 3. PATRICK G. ZIPF 265 Audley St., South Orange, N. J. ' Columbia High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Turf and Tinsel 1, Intramurals 1,2,3. REGINALD E. ZURINSKAS Juniper Ridge, Danbury, Conn. ' Danbury High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Student Council, Orientation Committee, Chairman Insurance Com- mittee, Delta Pi Epsilon 2,4, Pledge Master 3, Interfraternity Ball Committee 3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 3, Marketing Club 2,3, Student Congress Representative 4, Golf 3,4. RONALD S. ZURINSKAS , Juniper Ridge, Danbury, Conn. 0 Danbury High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Co-Chairman Tickets, Interfraternity Ball, Delta Pi Epsilon 2, Treasurer 3,4, Society for the Advancement of Management 1,2,3,4, Industrial Relations Club 1, Golf 2,3,4. ' class of 1959 ANTHONY J. ZYGMONT 206 East St., Philadelphia 28, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Villanovan 3,45 Villanova Engineer 4, A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Chi Epsilon Mu 4, Intramurals 4. DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF I959 it ,,'i 'III MARIE ANN DOYLE 1217 Bridge Street Philadelphia, Pa. Born-July 26, 1934 Died-Jan. 25, 1959 VINCENT LANGTON 307 Caton Avenue Brooklyn 18, Born-Jan. 11, 1938 Died-Oct. 16, 1958 , C 4 ff T , . -s awww I iff, A ' fig 3' I,,. 5 'lfv f . . .. f,,,', 3 fa . " .f32Ah.f,i7'71f . . ' 3 yvu1..:--.v:,:.:.-,"'j ...If if gm - S ,V , .r k. gf g '-fu.-..:1-.:",5Q:':2' -: ggi. 4, I ,fu --IIA 1 ffftftfagazizrif-ttf? .,,. ff JAMES W. 108 W. Stewart Street Washington, N. J. Born-October 11, 1937 Died-October 8, 1958 SLOAT N. Y. GRADUATING SENIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED FRANCIS J. ARDANOWSKI ' 82 Morningside Ave., Yonkers 3, N. Y. ' Charles E. Gorton High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. DAVID J. BUCKLEY ' 5450 Windsor Ave., Philadel- phia 43, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JAMES V. FOLMER ' 206 Chestnut St., Lebanon, Pa. ' St. Charles, Baltimore, Md. ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. THOMAS R. KIMMEL ' 50 HeathcIiFt Rd., Rurnson, N. J. ' Fenwick High School, Chicago ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN MATHEMATICS. CARL W. KUKCINOVICH ' 816 Main St., Simpson, Pa. ' Fell Township High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. RAYMOND J. LENZI ' 1203 Astor St., Norristown, Pia. 5 Norristown High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN J. MANIX ' 1225 Edgemont Ave., Chester, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. FRANCIS A. MCCLAY ' 16 N. Hanover Ave., Margate, N. J. ' Lincoln Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. JAMES M. MORAN ' 220 High St., Sharon Hill, Pa. ' Sharon Hill High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. RAYMOND W. MUENCH ' 12013 Woodland Ave., Cleveland 30, Ohio ' Gilmore Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS. THOMAS R. O'NEIL ' 25 Brookline Ave., Albany 3, N. Y. ' Vincentian Institute ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. RICHARD P. RONIS ' 2106 Spruce St., Philadelphia 3, Pa. ' Valley Forge Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. JOHN R. THOMPSON ' 15 Mt. Lebanon Blvd., Pitts- burgh 28, Pa. ' Mount Lebanon High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. Smirf from KEEN QUEEN Bunny Yaeger, the date of Bill Gilhool, holds the roses and sceptre given her by chairman Greg Dean. SENIORS AND DATES enjoyed dancing in the pleasantly crowded Field House while Moon- light Cocktails were served up by the great Glen Miller band. AND IN THIS CORNER. Ray McKinley, leader of the band, often found his way to the mike- Here he announces the main event-The Queen contest. Z? mar Dance THE BROADWOOD BOUNCE. Paul Judge provided the music, and the floor provided the bounce. Seniors and dates work off calories from the roast beef dinner. Arrangements were made by Chairman Harry Deulin. r-vt' , K, n'5Y"g,.' 4 K, 3 il' 5 NIGHT OF THE ROUND TABLE. One decorative umbrella for ten tables didn't fill the demand created by after-dinner showers. I WEEKEND WARRIORS give the first version of the war stories concern- ing their last extensive social campaign atfVillanova. Countless re- visions will be introduced in tol- lowing bull sessions. BOY MEETS GIRL. Boy dates girl. Boy likes girl. Boy tells girl. I Q3 'V fffi' rw ,3:'5-yawn, " ,4 ,wrfirw :ff nur baekgrourzd to recall with affection zzndpride VERITAS ' UNITAS ' CARITAS THE I959 BELLE AIR STAFF Editor-in-Chief ...............,....., Bob Pinto Associate Editor , .. ..,... Bill Christy Managing Editor ......... .... A I Stoughton Activities Editor ........i.. .... B ill Gallagher Commerce and Finance Editor . .... Jerry McGrath Arts and Science Editor ...... , . .Tom McKenna Engineering Editor ......., .... J oe Krackeler Nursing Editor . . . .... Eileen Greyson Navy Editor ...... ................ A I Lawler Lavv School Editor ............,..... Don Kempf Sports Editors i...,.. Tom Goldschmidt, .lack Curtin Business Managers Rodger Van Allen, Doug McClatchy Photography Editor ,......,...... Sam Pietrofitta Art Editor i............ ...... F rank Connolly Senior Section Editors .... . . ,Ed Shea, Bill Shea ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The editors and staff of the 1959 Belle Air would like to thank all of those who helped in the completion of this book. Most notable among these are: Father Daniel Falvey ancl Father Robert Sullivan, co-moderators of the Belle Air. Dan Solari and the staff of William T. Cooke Publishing Co. The staff of Carl Wolf Studios. Gene Ruane and Jane Dougherty of the Villanova Public Information Office. Joe Chase of the Villanova Sports Publicity Office. THE ViLi.ANovAN. The students and faculty of Villanova. PHOTO CREDITS Pages 8-9-Wide World Photo. 30I SPGNSORSS GEORGE MEHRER 86 SON 2623 W. 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