Villanova University - Belle Air Yearbook (Villanova, PA)

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Vwggv-.W EX LIBRIS E IW U U I , I l IKNTQERV W. " " " COUNTY LINE ROAD -- -. -- I ..:' A ' S ELAIARE 00. 6 , gf 2 f Q f vlunnovn unlvfnsnv Q VILLANOVA. PENNA. . ew. ,WM W....., , .,., ,, ,Q.. . ,4 .,... , ..,.., 4 E AZ K X4 C 9 F f 13 I ' if , , 4 Y , n XYZ! -S' ' .Y YA- 5 rmu. s WESTERN IJ ,,,...------4-"""x - VILLANOVA, PENNSYLVANIA A The 1960 Belle Air Villanova University "W- Contents X Tlfhe 'Tfhz-Q Divisiajms The Uimdceifch Q3Q5Q.f, The Aiilillemiw The Gzfaglmii VERY REVEREND JAMES A. DONNELLON, O.S.A., ' Ph.D., D.Sc., LL.D., Prior Provincial, St. Thomas of Villanova Province. Dedication We respectfully take this opportunity to dedi- cate this 38th edition of the Belle Air yearbook to a distinguished Villanovan-The Very Reverend James A. Donnellon, O.S.A., Prior Provincial of the St. Thomas of Villanova Province. Father Don- ellon, a native of Niagara Falls, N. Y., was grad- uated in 1930. He began to set a record of achieve- ment as an expert biology instructor and Went on to graduate work at Harvard and Pennsylvania, receiving his doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania in 1938. Appointed professor of Bi- ology in 1944, he Went on to become Prior of the Monastery and President of the University. In 1959 Father Donnellon was elected to the office of Provincial. Father Donnellon, always soft-spok- en but resolute, has given many years of devoted and humble service to Villanova. He has attained an enviable record of understanding and charity as a priest, friend, and superior, patience and Wis- dom as a teacher and scientist, sound judgment, backed up by achievement as an administrator. To him who has untiringly given to a full meas- ure everything possible for the advancement of Villanova and the Catholic ideal in education, we express our deepest gratitude. Our only hope is to attain and utilize the principles which men like Father Donnellon have endeavored to implant Within us. Therefore, the 1960 Belle Air is respectfully and gratefully dedicated to the epitome of the Villa- nova scholar and gentleman-The Very Reverend James A. Donnellon, O.S.A. 'GB Fi' y- lu lmlilf S 9' 4, if O47 KH A xx. 5 A THE UNIVERSITY '71 ' 42 I PE N NEPA' X K N x, N.,J M1 Our Historic Past.... The 1960 Commencement exercises will mark the completion of Villanova University,s one hundred and eighteenth year of existence. The complete and authentic history of this period has yet to be formally written. Within the contents of this sketch we are attempting to present informally the highlights of the University's progress through the years to the present position which it now enjoys. Villanova had its humble inception on October 3 1, 1841, with the purchase of the Belle Air Estate from its owner, John Ru- dolph, for the sum of S18,000. Upon purchase of the estate, plans were immediately put into effect to open a college, to be named appropriately after St. Thomas of Villanova. Classes were opened on September 1 8, 1 843, with ten students enrolled. Villa- nova was indeed off to a modest beginning. Prosperity at the college was short-lived, however. In 1844, the Know-Nothing riots engulfed Philadelphia, and a wave of anti-Catholicism ensued. Its effects were felt "out in the coun- try" as Villanova closed her doors for the protection of all con- cerned. The college managed to re-open in 1 845, but due to in- creasing difiiculties, it was forced to close again the following February. Strenghtened by financial support, the college re- opened a second time on September 6, 1846, with a total enroll- ment of twenty-four students. A Villanova's growth was rapid in the next eighteen months and, on March 10, 1848, the Governor of Pennsylvania, Francis Shunk, signed "An act to incorporate the Augustinian College in the County of Delaware and the State of Pennsylvania," thereby giving Villanova its legal existence. At the same time, the college expanded. In April of 1 848, a new building was begun and com- pleted the following February. That building is now the east wing of Alumni Hall. ' Campus life was somewhat different under the more stringent regulations of those days. The students were restricted to the campus under penalty of expulsion, minor offenses against disci- pline were punishable by the memorization of Latin excerpts. Students rose at 5:00 a. m., and were required to be in bed by 9:00 p. m. Silence was enforced at all times in the dormitory, as well as the washroom and study hall. In 1855, the first A.B. degree was awarded, and the first M.A. was conferred in 1857. After the Commencement of 1857 hard times descended - professors as well as funds were scarce. The Panic of 1 8 57 finally forced the college to close her doors a second time. This time the doors were to stay closed for eight years, through the Civil War, until the restoration of peace in 1865, that classes were resumed. The present University chapel was begun in 1883, and com- pleted when Bishop Ryan of Philadelphia blessed the edifice in July, 1887. In 1889, Father Fedigan, then president of Villanova, under- took the construction of two immense new buildings, College Hall and the Monastery, both razed by fires in 1928 and 1932 re- spectively. The Villanova of 1893 included then, a fine chapel, and adequate college hall, a small gymnasium, and the monastery. Before 1900, Villanova may be said to have been a Liberal Arts School almost exclusively. Previously, scientific branches had been taught as part of a general Arts curriculum. To keep pace with the national trend, various professional schools were esta- blishedg the school of Engineering was opened in 1905, and in 191 5, the Pre-Med course was introduced. The Summer and Ex- tension Schools were already in preparation and became realities in 1918 and 1919 respectively. The World War brought a military atmosphere to the campus for the first time. The days of the student were full ones from the shivering roll-call at reveille until the solemn taps blown in the evening. After the November Armistice of 19 1 8, enthusiasm for the Army Student's Training Corps waned rapidly, and on December 11, 1918 the unit was disbanded, and Villanova re- turned to normality. The growth of Villanova during the twenties was remarkable. It was to the administration's credit that the college was able to keep pace with the economic expansion throughout the country. During this period, the school of Commerce and Finance was established, and with that, the organization of the curriculum was set up to function under four separate Deans, each in charge of a school. It was almost immediately necessary to provide more dormitory space, and Austin Hall was constructed in 1924. The disaster of fire struck the campus in January, 1928. The old College Hall was almost completely destroyed, yet with accommodations reduced to a minimum, with crowded confusion, the students remained absolutely loyal, not a student left the college. With much work and effort on the part of the adminis- tration, a new and modern Villanova grew out of the ashes. On the site of the destroyed building was erected the present Mendel Hall. In 1930, Fedigan Hall was completed, and in 1931, the Commerce and Finance building. Further building not neces- sarily connected with the post-fire construction was carried on. The north side of the stadium was erected in 1929, the Held house was constructed next to the stadium in 1932. The spectre of fire again struck the campus in the summer of 1932. The new monastery was destroyed. This financial blow, coming on the heels of the recent College Hall iire and the subse- quent building program, was heart-breaking. Nevertheless, the new Monastery was completed in 1934. Major building operations came to a halt with the completion of the Monastery, but by September 1943, four private residences. adjoining the campus had been acquired by purchase. .jp 1943 saw the campus once again transformed by a global con- ff1ic'f,4as .the Navy's V-1 2 unit, fore-runner of our present N.R.C. fwaspestablished. The placid college life again- became erratic' and -hectic, as- the educational tempo was accelerated to theipressing-demands of war. As-in the first War, Villanova gr.tas..... ,served,their country well, and were consistently a pride tofjtheir Mater. In June 1946, the V-1.2 ,wgifsjwasidisselvqd.2'an,d'i,'ithC'forganization of a permanent Naval followed. 4 .t 1 1 1 . 4 7 tremendous expansion i",3 overwhelming influx of students at the 'illaniova tog initiate an extensive 'program of ground-was yfbrdken for Library, Chemical g. The con,s,tru'ction: of- '1V9"5i4f iipl bggiennis g ofa, far-sighted'ubuildingvsa year" program. Dougherty Hall was completed in'91955., Sheehan Hall in 1956, Garey Hall in 1957, a new Commerce and Financeabuildingin 1958, and at present construction is proceeding on the new Science building. Villanova Universityfs development in the past one hundred and eighteen years has been remarkable. There is a great amount of history and tradition, encompassed in the growth span from John Rudolph's' humble barn to the four-million-dollar Science building. The men who have directed and guided Villanova through the years, the Augustinians, deserve credit and praise. But more than this, they are worthy of the perpetual gratitude and loyalty shown by the hundreds of graduates who have passed through the doors of their University, Villanova. An institution's progress can be easily measured by its physical development. Villanova in 1842 was merely a small cluster of farm buildings, but by 1900, it had grown to a moderate-sized campus. Continuous building dating from the turn of the century produced the campus of 1929, pictured to the right. Shortly thereafter, two sepa- rate fires caused a serious setback, but the reconsruction undertaken immediately restored the campus appearance. As the College approached its Centennial, plans were already being made to increase greatly the existing facilities. The College . . . V, ff-aa .... .. ,M-,,,:-.. .,.v - ,,--f,..f-L-.7 .... -, V .. . .. , . . ,, . SEI QI.: ffl",-I V ' J' . Construction of College Hall, now Mendel Hall, began early in 1900. The entire facilities of the college were located there. Villanova's contribution to the war effort was officially recog- nized by dedication of its serv- ice flag in 1918. m,A,,,, , ,..- -.1 - --:.T:1a-- --" .-yvu, 1 lr I "1 IEE l' i Ill V 50- 'U HI ii! ' H- V lu lit il' l I Ill Ili Mendel Hall, a gutted shell, as a result of the fire of 1928. A new and more modern building was reconstructed. ,1 W 5 , . . . . ,... 1321 :ve us! A --S 's A E-5' 'viii' Ill' Ill! vnu inn!! llll .an '. -A ,-QI V' - ASL, frm... A Belle Air Estate of John Rudolph in 1842. Pur- chase of the ground and these four buildings marked the beginning of Villanova College. Villanova College at the turn of the century. Growth had been slow but steady. The Wooden building to the right Was the gym. O'ld St. Rita's Hall is next to the new chapel Standing in front of Austin Hall, a visitor could see the radio building, new C 86 F building, and the Field House. This Was Villa- nova in the early thir- ties. V ,V A K , f N 4 1 .V.V V -Ria. 7' ' , N9 4.. .V s Q, Pr X5 y' . 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A long-awaited addition to the campus, the library building is constantly in use by faculty members and students. The rapid progress made by Villanova in the post-War period was to reach a point of fulhllment in the fall of 195 3. The ulti- mate goal of the founding Fathers Was real- ized when John S. Fine, Governor of Penn- sylvania, signed the legal papers granting Villanova a University status. Participating in this momentous occasion were Father Dougherty Cnow deceasedj , Father McKee, Senator Watkins and Father McGuire. Signing the charter Was the signal for the building program to proceed at an increased pace. The physical expansion of the cam- pus during the next eight years equalled the previous construction of many decades. C , .,. ,, n ' f f, J s V A 71,4 -a..-sw-f-f-1-4-mi""z,, y n, , Q , I. .pf , 5, Eggwwzww Age, .. .,.,. W , jvc " I ,, , . ,H TH , . 6 11- gif 1. Q wg, Qf.'fgf.,,-,,n.1Igih:f.igi,igg25lg!1.'aMf,7slEi!!Zn!. 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This new seal was circular in form, showing the figure of St. Thomas of Villanova, attired in cope and mitre, holding a Crozier and a pouch, symbolic of his office as the Administrator of the Charities of the King of Spain. The Trustees authorized the creation of a third seal in July of 1911. The original design of the 1848 seal was restored in this new copy. The difference lay in the addi- tion of an inscription "Collegium S. Thomas de Villa- nova." Below the main portion of the seal were the words "Veritas, Unitas, Caritasf, However, in April, 1912, this third emblem was changed slightly, the shape re- mained the same, as did the inscription, but the entire emblem was reduced in size. The 1912 seal was to remain the College's oliicial coat of arms until the Centennial celebration in 1943. At this time, Father Vrana undertook the work of designing a new crest. When finished, the new crest consisted of two main elements, a shield set on a white field, picturing a blue cross and an open Bible imprinted "Tolle Lege, Tolle Legef' and the embellishment - containing the motto, the laurels, and the identifying circular inscription. Villanova became a University in 1953, and conse- quently, a fifth seal was designed--circular in shape, pre- senting again the Bible, Cross, Crozier, and pierced heart., Shown under the crest are the school motto and the found- ing date, 1842. Encompassing the seal is the Latin "Universitas Villanovana in Statu Pennsylvaniaef' T' 2 . - ffda 1? E Xl vi Xp -VE Q lklgfl ,A ,,.. A v a-.fl .. ,. we ll . Q 1 1 XX . 1 li x S Uur ugustinian St. Thomas of Villanova N Hg ' lx W g.X. .1 , Pl ls A. 3 EN, 'X . i ,g,sga1'N Y in ? 2 . go, , TSX' 'K . I h I - K. .. My 3 Xt x V:, ?I:Z, . v... N b g - ,f-..v-fl? .- ' 2 X 5. - ij. . 5 3 - WL .- 4 QQ F " .J jf 1 P I' i H ' " A I 'L'.I'::'-55' x ..1.e, -. - . 1 1 .- ' 'TX' ' 32 1 ' ,V 45,1 ' 117' . .il A M-ffl' Q 15 , .Y 2 X. . si, ' ' riff - . 1 .Q - a 'ar 1 ci if 5. I '7 x-1., fl 1 . fljfil f xv. V ,ff . ' z.: ' f ' " 1 ,Q .Q "X A 5: -...Ariz 1 X f 'A ...L-was-'1fP' V. - ik N Z if A ,5555F'7f ' H .' 25' 1 wi" ' ' i - 3. wmv V' In ,- .ffliiffr ,... SA . I ii ri 1 ' , 1 ,K , r 4 5 1-4 - . .44-. 219Ef-135 X ' 1' w ,ff l g1:fi:2g7,.g'1-Q, - if , A IM, I , ,.., ,....... . . Q When the Augustinians purchased ground for a college in 1841, their first concern was to place it under suitable patronage. The first Province in America had been dedicated to St. Thomas of Villanova, and it was decided that the college should share in this privilege. So it was that the first Augustinian college in America was named Villa- nova College. The decision to place our University under the guidance of Thomas was a Wise and propitious one. He was born in 1488 at Puentellana, a village near Villanueva in Spain. His education at Villaneuva gave him the name Villanova, as was the custom. Thomas entered the Augustinian Order at Sala- manca and took his vows in 15175 he was ordained in 1518. By 1527, Thomas was Prior Provincial of the Augustinians in Castile. One of his first oliicial acts had been to dispatch the first missionary band of Augustinians to America. In 1544, he was appoint- ed to the bishopric of Valencia, and soon estab- lished two colleges, one for his ecclesiastics and one for poor students. He died in 1555, shortly after celebrating the Mass. Villanova's dedication to St. Thomas has been rewarded both spiritually and scholastically, as it has progressed. St. Thomas has been a guide and a model for the men of Villanova, as they progress through their college years. l.i'- T' ' af' . - I' I 1 . I N L 1 ' A4 V2 fgg a hfl 1 1 'N 4 1:1 11,1- 515, rl lx, fl' ,.,,, ..., ,. U, . . 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Villanovags scholastic growth has been rapid and radical, to meet chang- ing World demands, yet the basics of an Augustin- ian education, the teachings and philosophy of St. Augustine, have remained unchanged. Under the more correct title of the "Order of Hermits of St. Augustine," the Augustinians, one of the oldest established orders in the Church, were founded in AQD. 388 at Tagaste, North Africa. The founder was St. Augustine of Hippo. Born in North Africa in 354, Augustine received the rudiments of a Christian education. For a period, he was embroiled in the Manichaen heresy, but later rejected that belief. By 388, Augustine had re- turned to Africa and established his order. Ap- pointed Bishop of Hippo, he served in that posi- tion until his death in 430. The general work of the Order, unchanged over the years, is carried on at Villanova. Pursuing sci- entific study, caring for souls, teaching, and con- ducting Retreats, are still the common ends toward which each Augustinian strives. Under the influence of St. Augustine and the members of his Order of Hermits, the student at Villanova receives a sound Catholic education. The principles and dictums of the Founder have become deeply imbedded in the daily life at Villanova since its early formative days at Belle Air Estate. l ill l l l l l Lal, li ' l K J '::f- 'flif bi a ,,- Y l mg,-aim, X . g h ,. E g: O ---H , J 5 Qt J ti X! s i :-.,., . . ,gil lil la. ' s- ' x +. -- . lil is - if .5 -ib t as T V:-if A '7 79' -xo, 4 44- --.MMI AQQ " rvva ,3 A 7.wQ --bx--.i ..xX LW ,'., li ' l-' '-- ' Q'-Lei: gi- if"s':sgis of Xxx xr icg'xiTT'T,.g - V f,, 3 I .I ,,,,.,V. Vlvl , 1 ,.v .Z ii, Ji: 1: .,,. is ,..,: A.,. 1-I 3:2 I 4M f-,.,-M-M ,,, 4.W..... . --WH- b'v - - x I X ' I H N. 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One is constantly aware of his Catholic heritage from the open- ing Mass in freshman year until the baccalaureate Mass in June of his Senior year. The students have placed themselves under the care of Our Lady of Good Counsel by adopting her colors of blue and white, and she Watches over us lovingly from her shrine in the center of the campus. The chapel serves as a medium for the student to enrich him- self spiritually by participation at daily Mass, attending evening devotions, and by frequent reception of the sacraments. Retreats are held during the year, and there is a Day of Recol- lection in October, further enabling the student to reaihrm his faith in God. These activities, plus the constant good example and holy life of the Augustinians, are a source of inspiration to all who partake of them. f ,, Fr. Whitley, Chaplain, provides spiritual guidance for Villanova students. 5 . St' L - . - l4, -ara-.. . Fr. Farrell, assistant chaplain, is always F ready to advise troubled students. Religion at illanova . ff , , " , . -Liz A young priest beseeches us to examine our souls on the Day of Recollection. An advantage of a Catholic education is our nearness to the sacraments. ET INTROIBO AD ALTARE DEI-The tranquil beauty of the chapel is shown prior to the start of noon Mass. The Board of Trustees . ..-,..a,,.,.,-,:. .. L.: sr-.,...-1,-....-5:-f..:,.s,,,f,-1-1313.3 1. ',-,,5p'.:fgjf.fi.-5',3fgig.",31'r,f-,',f'f 'I,:'f-3 . .- - .X -. l, . . , .mg V.:4,5,,,--.., . 1, 1 ,k,A Q ...M ,..k .,k, I . , K .,.f I :V .K W...-:,k-,,,. ,,.,. . 5 . v 1? 5 r 5 ! E? The Very Reverend James A. Donnellon, O.S.A., chairman of the Board of Trustees, discusses one of many problems with J. Griiiith Boardman, and William F. Kelly at a fund raising banquet. The vast and extremely diflicult task of main- taining a university such as Villanova rests upon the members of the Board of Trustees. Main- taining a Catholic institution of learning poses a dual responsibility for the trustees, the one toward the canon law of the Church, the other toward the civil law of the nation. The Board of Trustees is traditionally comprised of the Prior Provincial, the Prior of the St. Thomas Monastery, the Vice-Presi- dent for Financial Affairs, a Dean, and two laymen. The current twenty - million - dollar expansion program that has seen building after building con- structed has been the main concern of the incum- bent members of the Board. For it is this program that plans benefits for the Villanova of today and the Villanova of the future. The destiny of the university is in the hands of these men and their realization of this fact enables them to continue their fine Work. VERY REV. CHARLES F. KROPP O.S.A., M.S. Vice-Chairman Trustees REV. JOHN A. KLEKOTKA REV. JOSEPH C. BARTLEY O.S.A., M.S. O.S.A., Ph.D., LL.D. Treasurer Secretary REV. JOHN J. OURRAN O.S.A., M.A. HON. VINCENT A. CARROLL DE HAVEN DEVELIN WILLIAM C. A. HENRY IGNATIUS J. HORSTMANN EDWARD P. HUGHES JOHN C. KELLY HON. THEODORE L. REIMEL K.M., M.A., LL.D. dvisory Board HON. BENJAMIN E. JAMES JOHN C. KELLY MATTHEW E. MCOLOSKEY, JR. HON. JAMES P. MCGRANERY LL.B., LL.D. JOHN MCSHAIN WILLIAM R. ROONEY HON. THEODORE L. REIMEL GERALD RONON, ESQ. EDGAR SCOTT f 5 Q I F i ELM . , ' 'x the Graduates of the Class of 1.960 of Villanova ' q" f' x1fJ' ' Q'f 1 ' l: ? A The Villanova yearbook will, I hope, be to you always' ' if house of delightful memories. Each time you open its pages, this A picture or that caption will release a flood of countleiggiggfecollec- ,I Q, tions about your own college days and your associatidifigiivith the people and experiences of Villanova. As you first book v , in your senior year your thoughts will concentrate fellow' M students, professors, and friends who shared in soiifwifianner in 15 iu-e ,ya ? L., i ' f.f,,5ggfg.EE:,I:'ffgH msg 1 P 1, ,wig-q.:1' ,. -sun: em. 'GK 1 5: 9.-1-if 94512- Usigx .- Aixifs. ff M Rf .Wig FW 2 2'L?5lreaQf'1::g. ' '--- . i :V ss- Ef- -. - 3- , M your experiences with you, and you will wonder when you will next see them, or if you will ever see them againififf-5 But after you have been gone from Villanova, for ten or twenty-five years, you will again look at your You will look for the familiar faces and Wonder how they have changed. You will find yourself reminded of persons and of things that you had never thought about since you left college. You will think then of countless trivial things that happened in your college days and you will recognize that trivial as they seemed, they turned out to be of more importance to you than you real- ized. That casual conversation with your professor one day as you were enjoying a smoke between classes, that session in the room down in Sullivan corridor when you realized in your heart you could not accept as a way of life the things that were being talked about, that day when Prof showed such ineikhaustible patience with that poor fellow who really didn't belong here for did he?j 5 the other time when the Prof showed no patience with .you and called you down in a way that really seemed to be un- lfairifthat- game which seemed so disastrous to lose at the time, it is the only one whose score you remember and the one .which-you love to tell your friends about, the day yous-topped in chapel Ito pray so earnestly toigpass that exam andlbegan to lrealizelyou were somewhat of a faker,g1s,ince,,y9u really d'idn't deserve-ftoagpass, becausepyou had p 1 -H 'i1f24fH?v'f':, if we f. ,A Pew: -:rw-.iw esevffffitf ,xg1WS1z'a'-wife 1 ' A I , , . ..,x- -vu -sf-. .149-"Pv79"m,w,1'412f'3 T. -- On,and1on.-the memories will:-.come in a rush-and ou willknow, -f?,Zi,,'1zQiq-sQ,4.w.Mf5,y 'dylfv-5 '-- -1 , V - , - . -V ffm,-V 4 -ithfi--ff-QQQJSEQ--vwyc anim: "-'s-2 -Ds--me-m.f.s:-,Q I . -, .' ,x , ' Q ' ' 11-:",1'-Z, . - 2,55 'kate iv:-want-:W g5'4se1,:25'Q:2 --'93-24:3 '.'- f ' - -' 'Y , 7: f f .. 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JOSEPH GILDEA, O.S.A., Ph.D. VICE-PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS The entire educational structure of the university is under the direction of Fr. Gildea. All of the divisions, headed by their respective deans, are supervised by this office. The direction of the departments of the uni- versity is an important aspect of this office. Class atten- dance is recorded by this oflice. REV. JOSEPH W. KEMME, O.S.A., M.S. VICE-PRESIDENT FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS This office is concerned with the supervision of functions and activities relative to student Welfare. Included in this broad scope are matters of spiritual, intellectual, and disciplinary importance. Fr. Kemme coordinates the university policies on the aforementioned matters and is responsible for their being carried into action. He also serves as chairman of the Athletic Board which formulates the athletic policies of Villanova. REV. JOHN J. CURRAN, o.s.A., M.A. VICE-PRESIDENT FOR FINANCIAL AFFAIRS The Accounts for all incomes and expenditures of the university are maintained by Fr. Curran. In this era of physical and intellectual expansion, funds for pro- jects are of prime importance. There are day-to-day problems and long-range problems, both of which must be astutely weighed. It is this office's role to resolve them and apportion necessary allotments. NORBERT W. WHITLEY O.S.A., S.T.L. Chaplain DANTE L. GIROLAMI O.S.A., M.S. Dean of Student Activities JOHN A. MORITZ M.S. Placement Oilicer dministration 'fig N GEORGE J. MCLAUGHLIN O.S.A., M.A. Dean of Men V . R Q of , Q I, ' ' 1 t.---,.e I ,:.- HAI, ,' . .1.1 ' ',. M. DOROTHY BOYLE R.N., M.S. Dean of Women EUGENE RUANE B.S. Public Information Oiiicer FRANCIS X. SMITH O.S.A., M.A. Director of Admissions EDWARD V. MURRAY M.B.A. Guidance Oflicer GEORGE J. PEQUIGNOT E.s. Alumni Oiiicer DANIEL P. FALVEY O.S.A., M.S., D.L.s. Director of Develop- mentg Librarian FRANCIS X. 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U1ule1'g1'm'luate Part-Time Research and Development Department Heads REV. J. C. BARTLEY O.S.A., Ph.D., LL.D. C01n1ne1'ce and Finance is..- HAROLD G. REUSCHLEIN J.S.D., LL.D. School of Law Facult 'W1 'FUR 4 . I I Q V g.,-V114 'Fil '- Qs...- fw, P, X + IC? X , ,H .N X Sa J N' N .1 s f V, ,,,,. X , . ,,.G,L.,:,,:...,, X, 'lilly 5 X Sw 1 W ,ST IPM figf' 5 X f 'ff 1 215 Q? P2 gp 955. 6 5 5 4 X xi' Ji 'Enix bw g ai ! N fi, 1 ., ., ,QS '+ Q' QM 4 4 f jg 1 6 -- -Q-- 3 ,-,.,f v -5.5 N 14 x 1 My Ar, f f 333 5:9 riff .-5333.111 'JEE V :ffl 'ff 195 V .,,. 4? 1: ,:::::,.' .,.,-f , 1: .vm:.,.,: 431515:-gg lli gzpg-ffl-3 .I f2jf-92,45 -iff mf' ' ' 4 -:fi-V T 1- 1 . 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Third Row: BEDARD, Bernard J., Ph.D., Assistant Pro- fessor, English. BEIDUK, Felix M., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Physics. BELLAS, Ralph A., M.A., Instruc- tor, English. BENTLEY, Robert D., B.S., Instructor, Geology. BIEDERMAN, Karl J., M.S., Assistant Profes- sor, Mathematics. BLIMM, Joseph M., A.B., Instructor, English. Bottom Row: BLYN, George, M.A., Assistant Professor, Economics. BOROWIK, Albert, Ph.D., Pro- fessor, Metallurgy. BRESNAHAN, John E., O.S.A., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Classical Languages. BRU- DERLE, Charles P., M.A., Associate Professor, History and Political Science. BUFORD, Albert H., Ph.D., As- sociate Professor, English. BURGESS, Frederick M., M.B.A., Associate Professor, Marketing. YN -K- as Top Row: BURKE, Robert, O.S.A., M.S., Instructor, Physics. BURNS, Joseph J., O.S.A., M.A., Associate Professor, Education. BURNS, Raymond S., M.A., As- sistant Professor, English. BYRNE, Conal J., M.B.A., Associate Professor, Finance and Statistics. CHARL- TON, eWi.lliam H., M.B.A., Assistant Professor, Market- -ing. CHORBA, George J., M.B.A., Associate Professor, Accounting. Second Row: CLAY, Alvin A., M.B.A., Assistant Professor, Accounting. CLEARY, James J., jl?I.A.,,',Instructor, English. COGHLAN, Francis, M.A., Instructor, History and Political Science. COMLY, P., B.S., Instructor, Electrical Engineering. A., M.B.A., Instructor, Theatre. ,George JE., Professor, Education. Third Row: CUMMINGS, Rggymma JL., Assiistanf Professor, Political Science and 'Hi,S'C0ry. Henry Bi., M.A., Assistant, Professor, COURT, Gerard, Ph.'Df., Insfruiqfcog' ilfhilosgphy, DALE Y, John J., O.S.A., M.A., ,Associa1te'Professor, Mod- ern Lan guages. . EAN,.1B'ernard, M.A., ,InstrQuctorf, tory and Political Science. Bojiftom R,0w:Q'DeBROSf,, M., Ph.D., Assistant Dean, Gr-adua1cefQSc.h9q1, .Pf0f'e.S.g,Qr, Education. rDeCARO, Thonias F., ,Assistant fessor, Biology.. Professor, Accounting.. De, Drs., Insmlcm,. traiyiilgdrqgyga ,,'f , Vitqlli. A.M., Associate . , I, ,VVL , ,A ' ' 5 , f--3.:,'..:.:.: ..'s,w1,1.s1,1-'fa :f1.I9ffg.,Q:z,.1.g1 5 -. f - Q5 ,1 wi., QM:- ' ' 1' -' 1 n '- , 41- .::, hw,-.vu-':1,,.1 ., .-,f H.-ns: V 1' cf.-Hg 0 ,,,.,f A ,Lf TOP ROW! D9WNEYo, rBefmifd I-1 Ph-D44 AS'S0fiGffef AAA i i 'f fessor, Chemistry- DOYNE, Tlibmas oP31r-D3?'ASS?Sf3: ant Professor, Chemistry- DPQUFOC rMs2ofrin ':V .V V Assistant Professor, MathemF'tiC5F f 'A f', 0-S-A-, M-A-, Associate Pr6feSSr9r3o Hiswfiillfi' 1?d1ifiC?lf'2 g Q " M Science' EDEEfoEdWin W5 TeffihihrsxvAosSiSw1fff V ' ' ' fas ical Drawings '1" A Religion- SKCWJ KW? 'A'M A1A ' 3 Sffucfofs r B29-AE-Q 111Sf'f1iFFOP5 5 1 f i3'Ci efi?5f" 7 O1'3?' AQf,i.1 A" A A FLOQDQ Socim Pf'5feS50ff MeC hmiCf'1r 'Efigrinsffihs-ff Vi, gi, q James J.V,! A.M., Instructor, 'Errglishfgy so o Q s .-,.5-., W 1 H, f,.,. V., 4 - K 'L 1 ' 1 ,. V N' XQEKMP' HT?-'A "lf .. :if . 'G ' 'f ,gif .'f'31Q' 11' MQA., Assistant Professors, Englislt Jdseph ,Gi Ir., A.M., Assistant Professor, Sociology. o . o sp- is , 31 A -, Q 5- ' fi "C .1 if -' - " gg, .'Y"' --An'-:gg ,, th '- 21 V ,-J, . A. ' K . I . 5. , . L ,J mm , Z, Y , ,,-. , -, A. 'A , 5' 'g-. f, . . . 2,-512 1 . ,,- , jf --by 1' .- ,f V . 1 ' 1 X Q , f .Q,g,,, AJ In ,f V f H i rj .HHH 'L' .. .v " r :- l , , - F -. o s Qdlmhh x , H v ' . ' Q so Jisrx I A'., , QA g P3 V N- X . ' ' X -.ME ,-,, Kbiifff IHGWM1 A-,I JOY-SSM ,Mf4A'-Q ASS,iS?wii152i' Qi x 'lfizofesisiorfClasgsicali''3Languagge. 7 GREYSON, ,Joseph -Piroffessori, Mechanical gineering., Z'Ifo'Bi'as,'-'I.I1..Bf.,'Assistant Professor, Mathematics. HAN- NUM,f,HotWardiL.,, A.M., Assistant Professor, English. ' Roger, HC, M.A., Associate Professor, Me- chanical.. Engineering. HSU-IH SEN, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Industrial VAdministration. Second Row: J. Bernard, O.S.A., M.A., Instructor, Phys- ics-, A IIQSEMANN, Frederick J., B.S., Instructor, Finance anti- Statistics. JENKINS, Schuyler V., M.E., Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering. KAVANAGH, Charles J., A.B., Assistant Professor, Chemistry. KEN- NY, Thomas C., O.S.A., M.A., Instructor, Religion. KHOURI, Fred J., Ph.D., Associate Professor, History and Political Science. rs r ilfesnsm 'M2ti5hC1hifiC.S5Q tHa.rfy'W4g11Lf, c,df,,,,UtSN,,. B'.S.g, Assistant , i15rofesso,ra,,QNa3ia1i J 0sCPl'1 A., Jr., ,MQ.,A'4, D015 ald VR, f-Assistant .Proiesson Q1-Lemical Engineering.. KoL1NER, ,,.,. Ralph, 1?11.rD,,,jAsgofamafg,rrgqfgssofa, iicgyfl Egrff gineering. JKOPENSKY, ." '.' 2 H,,' Assistant Professor,.Accounting f Bott,o4rliQR9zau.KOPFg 13.5.1 in ELE., Assistant" Professor, 'Electrical KR1sHNAN,rV., Msn., Assistant tliiofessqf, Eiemicsla Engineering, KRUPA, Williamf,'J,,,' OtS'.A.,,5M,A,!,,,'Asisist+, ant Professor, English., Inf structor, Modern Languages. Robert WV15, M.A., Instructor, aHi'sto1fY, and fPoliticaflQ' Sciencelgf I A, TON, Andrew P., ins., rnrgtruecog, Mafhmmzss J 'wr Y" 1 . 'V' T Assistant Profes- sor, .5Political'Science. LOXVERY, Thomas .,, ,Associate Professor, Biologyf . LUCIA, Joseph L., Instructors, Economics. MAHER, Joseph A., Instructor, Religion. ' MAKSYMONVYCH, Roman,,JPh.D'.,Instructor, Biology. Second Row: MAN- LEY, ,Martin M., Assistant Professor, History andlpolitical' Science. MANNO, .Francis J., 'Ph.D., As- sistant Professor, ,History and Political Science. MAR- ASCIULLO, VDa'vid'7gL.,"'M.A., Intructor, Psychology. MARKHAM,'James J., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chem- istry. MARSHALL, James L., M.S., Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering. MARfI'ItNE.Z,Q Thomas E., M.A., IHS?-rvisfvrs.E11S1iSht4 rn'ls 'L . n,,r l my H C 'kan Third Row: MCBRIDE, M. Elizabeth, M.S., R.N., In- structor, Nursing. McDONOUGH, Richard R., M.A., Instructor, Speech. MCFADDEN, Charles J., O.S.A., Ph.D., Professor, Philosophy. MCNICHOL, William J., M.S.C.E., Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering. Mc- SHEA, John J., O.S.A., M.A, Associate Professor, Eng- lish. MCGOWAN, Joseph P., M.A., Instructor, English. Bottom Row: MENTZER, Thomas J., M.A., Instructor, History and Political Science. MENZ, Paul G., B.M.E., Instructor, Mechanical Engineering. MICHENER, Charles T., M.A., Assistant Professor, Mechanical En- gineering. MITCHELL, James J., M.A., Assistant Pro- fessor, English. MURPHY, George D., M.A., Assistant Professor, English. NALLY, Robert V., LLB., Instruc- tor, Industrial Administration. 4621 Q . I .eff e. Q - - e Qu 3 4 Z , e 2 G , W jf 4 x ,A X ,JY S 3 xo N 622755 'Q N egg e ,se . f ,X so f V 4 Q r we . .. xiii, 48 aff W e M 'Z vi vw nf gee me i l a, 4 1 W 'fzW4i,,.iei.a:E2''V-?-1.g'E.-1,9-V ny "g1:j?," '-3,-',P,',"1,g,,f:'f5 -' 1 w.,,q Lg..-g5,,'g.'5, ,'jvE112- QQgQ,',,eiq,q,V-,, 'A af---1-.eau - 5 g I ' ' 11,1 3 T ': "m'.g':-2: , ,,y',gf,,1 ' 1.. f . ZQ- ' ' LA' ,f l,.f Q ,AAIA Assqcia te mo' r '- 2 , VM MSW '-.' Q 'V ' Q L V John i i A . l ePI'LLWEIN,, A- , ,1 Riude1f,e1o,LL:3 eg , l1Aeeeeeeef1,.fMee1,em Lgmgeegee. PLUN- .A'. M '1' Of-SQA-,e M+A-, Associate Professor, -.Roberti Lv, Jn: VM'S'a Instructor: ',',',- E 'A' 1A,V FiI19.1'l,Ce fS'f2f:llZl'Sti'CS. l Boitom Row: QPREVITE, Joseph "":. i',i- rvofesesorf ,.' ',,V' A A I,,'V1r'.-,jM.A., Instructor, Biology. PRICE, joseph G., sinsefuerbr, jsoeqireilegyg ' ff1fAP'ARELLA4p. s 'M.A.,'i1neeri1eeer, English. PROCKO, Behden P., M,A., Vmfv ,BIRD-': 'ASSis,ta1111 ."A' iB1TO'fCS05f,i Assisqtzmtiprosfgsisor, History and Political Science. PUL- A'5iSiiS?311,t Efbfessiora LING, Arthur C., LLQD., Professor, Law - Law Librari- J05ePh W'v5-Q"S'5jAig"M'S-is'Asspci' an. RATIGAN, Joseph W., M.A., Associate Professor, ?teTiPf0fe5S01'r,Qhemi'SrF1'Yi-e rPAULSQN,-3093151 lr., English. RECKTENWALD, Lester N., M.A., Assistant P'rofcssor,g1fI.a'vgll Sciences Q Q e professor, Psychology, F., M.A., Instructor, His- . A ' ' "' l l .J ' ' '1 '..f1 A V A A 'V:- if?ssd15,.Qi 1Vfef?1id11ii,C41 A 11o8i116efinS.-ViWAoL5iHf5lf.1T6H1if.Hi,'2.RGvl',. Religidlff Uoifwdfffo Row: I siio ,.1.B.Sff4, fAs'sistant Professor, i RICE, William J., M.S., As- Elhginoering. RILEY, How- Pf0lfesos'or, Business Law. ROB- AASS6Ci8UEiPTOf8SSQfv,, Law. R012- Hssbcfiate P'1'0f955,01'a History VI01111 'J - Q. Mai -a USMC, :'-g bA Al 'VQQ Naval AA' Science. ,Third Row: Afssisfanits .P 1' Ofessofs James J-, ..., Phfloip A' Rowi' ', lV 4.1nsg:1juQCQra A A His1:0ryo'and7 s -. . Iiistructor m,-, . '. " o " - o 2 l' Q 1 1?1g. ..,,jo.oAssoci:-im s ilu-os ' ',.t ' ' 1 s Ting. , 'WARREN,,,,Herbe,rt S..,VPh.D.., Assotiate-1?ifofe'ssor,' Biology. WAY, Marco F., B.iS., Assistant Pxfofessof, Biology s A ,, , . I, fmn5,f-.wa ., w- ' Q. -.X 5, Q Q s-...., - ky- mf' L: "o:' ZIV' fx "Stanley, Pr, MLSL,ff 44 ' Clinic. wE1TzMANNo,,l,,A1Joo'oo' J i.- ,,QS.ss6ciate,'Professor,, oEconoini'cs,f' Second " ' JJ., Instruct r, irimnoo :and ,: Robert J., ogs,A., s:r.D,, Aoosisoooo J Q i1.R olggion. WILKVINSON, ,Robert E., M.JA.J,' J lEng1ioh.' 'Thiwli Row: WOODBURY, Johor iI,osofooooor,o Mathematics., WRIGHT, Kenneth 'sh1- fMl:QA,Q, xhistructor, Classical Languages. YU, Yao- EJB., Visiting Professor, Electrical Engi- Bot-tom Row: ZAJAC, Walterl W., Ph.D.,, Professor, Chemistry. ZEMAITIS, Robert J., iBr.S4,fAssistant Professor, Naval Science. J lrol Faculty Not Photographed BROWN, J 311165 E-, CALPIN, Thomas. F., ho:rs,A,,fMN4A4,l5 ligion. J p , .ijf-if ivee rr'o' J ,,,h Voe' jf o,r,-, CHRISTIAN, Teresa, G,: ,,'l' DALY, Jeanne, , 'Y VA., FLYNN, Joseph E, M.-s., Jerf 'NJ,lr,Jl1 P ,,,, GALLAGHER, James Jar., ,,,J Assisntaitt Philosoplxy. i he 'lll W 'I "" 'l., igifp .V-l' f Alr- "" ' 'l'V.': l ."!' 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' A ,IohnrH,,f-Br.Sg, Associate Professor, Finance. Professor, Electrical Engi- iileeifing., - J i ' , A YVARD,fM,g-Dorothy,VM,Eoclg, Assistant Professor, Library 1. V ySc1e,nce..' , J YUEN,,'HsiQ1i Huo, D.Ch.EQ, Associate Professor, Chemical Jliiaigineoieing. , N ME CRI 1 96 1959 MARTIN J GILLAN JR MS CAPTAIN USN fretj Professor of Electrxcal Engmeermg Dean of Research and Develop ment Kmght of the Holy Sepulchrc One of the most actwe and smcere supporters of V1llanova was the late Martm G1llan r Although a graduate of the U S Naval Acad emy and havmg pursued a d1st1ngu1shed Naval career Captam Glllan spent the years of h1s ret1rement at V1llanov'1 As Professor of Electr1cal Engmeermg and Dean of the new department of Research and Develop For h1s record as an outstandmg Cathollc layman Pope P1us XII hon ored h1n'1 W1th Papal kmghthood As a professor adrn1n1strator and humamtarxan he w111 long be re membered at V1ll1nova Captam G1llan w11l be sadly m1ssed by all those people who had the opportun1ty to work w1th h1m Requlescat 1n Pace . , ., . . - s , - 3 , ' J. ' , . . . - , ment, he helped Villanova gain prestige in the held. c c 1. 1. , ' - , . . , . . . V- o o One phase of the ever-growing Villanova is the Research and Development division, located in Gal- berry Hall, adjoining the Stadium. Established in 1949 under the auspices of Father Francis X. Maguire, O.S.A., it is now under the direction of Professor Henry F. Koonce. The projects undertaken are many and varied. From the beginning there have been a considerable number of government contracts, mostly from the Navy Department. Civilian companies as Well have made use of Villanova's facilities, names such as Lukens Steel Company, Piasecki Helicopter, and Philadelphia Steel Company appearing on the contract lists. Aside from these outside projects, there has been a great deal of internal activity. At one time or another, most of the divisions of the University have been active in the research areas of their respective fields. They have ranged from the Ap- plied Statistics studies of the Psychology Depart- ment to laboratory experiment by the Chemistry Department. Activities have been furthered by the establishment of the "Villanova Press," and offset printing process, under the direction of Reverend John Vrana, O.S.A. A great deal of the supple- mentary texts required by the various courses have been published here. Father Vrana and Mr. Koonce discuss one of the many aspects of their Work. Under their capable direction the department continues to operate as a vital part of the uni- versity. Research and Development GALBERRY HALL. Named after Bishop Thomas J. Galberry, O.S.A., this reconverted residence houses the facilities for the de- partment of Research and Development. Workmen turn out one of the many products of the Villa- nova Press. Several university textbooks are published here. i L i ii il ii l I ji ,. l i ,, I ll li li li A I l 39l i J J j. I ij The Infirmary One of the staff of nurses prepares to inject some necessary evil into a patient. The nurses are busy daily with such injections and dispensing of an enormous number of pills. Public Information Gene Ruane and his secretary, Jane Dougherty, prepare some of the vast material that the Information Office is responsible for. I The medical facilities of the University are located in Mid- dleton Hall, one of the resident dwellings on the eastern portion of the -campus. The resident physician is Dr. Dennis A. Boyle, the inhrmarian, Reverend Fran- cis X. Boyle, O.S.A. Middleton Hall has recently undergone renovation enlarging the bed capacity to eighteen. General re-decoration and the installation of modern equip- ment has been a part of this ren- ovation. There are four nurses on the staff, who provide round the clock, seven day a week serv- ice. Miss Dooley, Mrs. Nagy, Mrs. Kerber and Miss Rossi are kept quite busy by the 3800 student enrollment. The staff cares for 250-300 cases a week. The responsibility of dissemi- nating the public information concerning Villanova and its students is in the hands of Eu- gene Ruane. Besides the normal flow of events that emanate from a bustling university, Mr. Ruane must be aware of individual achievements. The cards that are filled out by all students are em- ployed in making the hometown newspapers well aware of stu- dent activities. This year saw the inception of the Campus Calendar. Conceived by Mr. Ruane, this comprehen- sive listing provides a roster of all the social, cultural, and ath- letic activities on campus and surrounding area. The purpose of the guidance department is to assist students in discovering their educational and vocational goals. Located in Mendel Hall, it has been under the capable direction of Mr. Ed- ward V. Murray for the last two years., His counsel, and that of his staff, have aided many stu- dents with the problems en- countered in the maize of scho- lastic curricula. The guidance department also conducts re- medial programs handled by Dr. Albert Weissman to assist stu- dents in correcting deficiencies in basic fields. Information for veterans is available, as well as selective service material. The fourteen-man police unit, headed by Captain John Mur- phy, is responsible for the pro- tection of the person and prop- erty of all those Who frequent the Villanova campus, Whether they be faculty member, student, or visitor. This task has many facets, ranging from personal checks on student activity to in- spection of the fire apparatus. Another important task is the supervision of the spectators at all of the athletic contests on campus. The safety and Welfare of every individual at Villanova is in the hands of these compe- tent men, many of Whom for- merly served on nearby police forces. Guidance T , a Mr. Murray provides a student with some advice on his career. Students approach him daily for his capable counsel. Campus Police Captain John Murphy and some of his fellow officers gather in an off-duty moment. These seven men are members of the Campus Police. The Placement Office Perhaps the most significant area on campus for the senior is the Placement Office. Thanks to Mr. John Moritz, numerous companies come on campus each winter and spring, screening candidates for their re- spective companies. The task for Mr. Moritz is not easy, as the paperwork involved in the resumes, appli- cations, pamphlets, is almost overwhelming. The Placement Oflice sponsors Career Conference Day, an open forum each fall which provides the prospective graduate a picture of what lies ahead for him. This activity, along with the interview program, has been growing each year, necessitating the transfer of Mr. Moritz and his secretary Mrs. Mary McGonigle, from Mendel Hall to the basement area of Sheehan Hall. Seniors are not the only ones to take advantage of this office. During the academic year, underclassmen and seniors alike are employed in numerous part-time jobs arranged by Mr. Moritz in the nearby area. Many summer positions in faraway lands and in local areas, have also been acquired through the Placement Office. The expansion of the Library's facilities is indicative of the growth of Villanova. Under the capable direction of Father Daniel P. Falvey and his staff, students and faculty members alike have seen remarkable progress in this most important part of the University. Every month there is a considerable addition made to the number of volumes. By the end of this Academic year, the Library will contain over 130,000 volumes, in addition to pamphlets, government publications, and bound vol- umes of periodicals. The stacks will eventually hold 400,- 000 volumes. Besides the array of books, the Library offers a Refer- ence Room which can accommodate 120 students, a Pe- riodical Room providing S25 publications, a Music Room, and the latest microfilm equipment. There is also a num- ber of special book collections, notable among them is the Joseph McGarrity collection of approximately 10,000 items of Irish-American literature. The guiding force behind the operation of our library is Rev. Daniel Falvey, O.S.A., Librarian. The library building represents the new era of the physical de- velopment of Villanova. One of the first edifices to be con- structed in the current building program, it was completed in 1949. 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The early curricu- lum was based primarily on the study of literature, mathematics and philosophy with special concen- tration on Latin, Greek, and English. Other lan- guages, namely French and German, Were added to the roster after the school's reopening in 1865. Until 1905, little or no change occurred in the Liberal .Arts course. Another school, the school of Engineering, was opened in the same year, as the departmental system as we know it today began to take form. By 1924, four schools were functioning at Villanova. The Arts school was further divided, and a department of Education was created, in- corporating the Work carried on previously by the Arts and Business schools. Until 1946, Philosophy was the only major available to students matricu- lating in the Arts division. Today, under the di- rection of the Reverend Robert M. Sullivan, O.S.A., the Arts and Science Division offers majors in General Arts, English Literature, History, Politi- cal Science, Philosophy, Mathematics, Geology, Chemistry, Physics, Education and Social Studies. .jaw Dr. Oscar Halecki, eminent historian and Catholic layman, addresses History and Political Science majors. Dr. Halecki, of Fordham University, discussed "Europe, Western Culture, and Christendom". Dr. Edward McGrath, esteemed member of the English department, in his capacity as professor and advisor to students, is seen discusing a project with Thomas Quigley. ,f-.. The Literary Club poses after a meeting with officers Qseated, left to rightj John Maurer, program directorg John Dagney, presidentg Thomas Quigley, vice-presidentg and moderator Mr. Raymond Burns, of the English Department. Literary Club Miss Beth Alexander of Bryn Mawr College addresses the Lit- erary Club on the subject of Afro-American Music. Since its inception three years ago, the Literary Club has advanced both in membershiprand aca- demic merit. Under the auspices of the English Department, the club was originally organized as an aid to those students majoring in the field of English. At present, however, due to a recent amendment to its constitution, the club is open to all students of the University. Although the main purpose of the club is to promote interest in the lives and works of various authors, this year,s semi- nars have included such interesting topics as Japa- nese poetry and the theater. Also on the agenda Was the presentation of motion pictures of literary value. During the past year, participating students have delivered addresses on such eminent writers as Thomas Wolfe, Edgar Allan Poe and Herman Melville. I. C. . One of the highlights of the year's ac- tivity Was the regional convention. A mock political convention Was the event held at Villanova this year. The Intercollegiate Conference on Government is an organization dedicated to those students inter- ested in the problems of government and politics. Founded in 1934, the society has advanced steadily, currently providing the student with the oppor- tunity to participate in mock governmental pro- -cedures. This practical application of political methods has included this year's upolitical conven- tion" and last year's "state legislature." Under the direction of moderator Dr. Fred Khouri, the so- ciety proceeds in a non-partisan manner and is not afhliated with any particular political party. The year's activities include a trip to the state capitol for the national convention of chapters, a three- day affair for the exchange of ideas and informa- tion, and an annual banquet in cooperation with the Citizenship Clearing House. The officers of the society are Lawrence Ruth, joseph Pultorak, Fred Issleman and Ronald Magray. Looking confident yet somewhat stern, officers and members of the Intercol- legiate Conference on Government pose with moderator Dr. Fred Khouri on the steps of Vasey Hall following a discussion on the methods and organization of presidential elections. 58 ,NJ 556- as at Members of the International Relations Society pose for their group picture during one of their informative meetings at which many problems of state and inter- national affairs are discussed. The students that com- International The International Relations Society was established in order to better acquaint the student with world happen- ings. During the past year, the club has concentrated on European affairs, with special attention given to Germany. The history of the country was examined as well as its geographical factors and political relations with other nations. In order to accomplish its aim, the organization presents lectures by noted speakers as well as films and dicussions. Pamphlets and other publications of topical interest are distributed regularly, so as to keep its mem- bers abreast of the times. During the year, the Pennsyl- vania State Convention of International Relations Clubs was held at Villanova, whereby students from participating colleges were able to discuss their views with other students and qualified authorities. The society has been led by Dr. Fritz Nova, faculty moderator, and president Joseph Pultorak during the past year. prise the membership of the club come from the varied schools of the university, thereby providing a constant blend of views and ideas. Relations Society Mr. Bohdan Procko, History professor, was one of the many faculty members presenting lectures of topical interest to members of the International Relations Society. Spanish Club Dedicated to those students interested in the culture and language of Spain, as well as our Cen- tral and South American neighbors, the Spanish Club boasts a large membership and a full schedule of varied activities. Preparations begin early in the academic year for "Noche Espanola," an annual af- fair taking precedence over all others for the Span- ish Club. Widely attended, "Noche Espa'1i'ola" hosts dignitaries from the Spanish embassies as Well as Mr. DiVincenzo, moderator of the Spanish Club, conducts the chorus in some Latin melodies at the annual Noche Espafiola. the students and faculties of colleges in the area. In addition to Spanish Night, an active schedule of films, lectures, musicales and panel discussions brings the members into close contact with the traditions of the country. The annual dinner dance is the highlight of the club's off-campus social functions and a commemorative Mass and Com- munion breakfast attend to the religious Welfare of the members. The large and impressive membership of the Spanish Club poses after a meeting. During the year, activities of the organization were super- vised by Mr. Vito DiVincenzo, moderator, and Donald Ropain, student president. :JP " - '. s-', - ----- 'T' ' ' 3.5.-.wi V -J 'int ..',.. "'5'N.., , The Student Education Association of Villanova University boasts both state and national affiliations. These important con- nections afford its members the opportunity to investigate the involved problems of the teaching profession. Organized in 1957, the society also places great emphasis on profes- sional development. In addition to personal investigation of the profession, the organi- zation sponsors Hlms, group discussions and lectures by renowned speakers. Under thc guidance of Dr. George R. Cressman, the organization is open to all those majoring in Education, as well as those outside the department, interested in the teaching pro- fession. One of the most important and interesting organizations on the campus, the Student Education Association is highly re- garded by students and faculty alike. The society becomes increasingly important be- cause of the newly aroused interest in edu- cational management and its advances dur- ing recent years. S. E.. A. With the rebirth of studies about the Russian language at Villanova, Dr. Victor Krupitsch founded the Russian Language Society in the fall of 1958. The society en- deavors to supplement the classroom knowl- edge of some two dozen students of the lan- guage with special emphasis on the cultural aspects of modern Russia. The program carried out by senior officers, President Jack Schmidt and Vice President Ed Duckworth, features mainly Russian films and stages productions in the cultural vein. The so- ciety's outstanding activity to date was attending the brilliant performance of the Beryoska Dancing Troop when the dancers appeared in Philadelphia. The purpose of the Russian Language Society is further en- hanced by informal talks by moderator Dr. Krupitsch wherein he presents personal ac- counts of Russian life which blend an ex- citing interest with the academic work. s. P 3.355 The Psychology organization is divided into three groups: experimental, industrial, and motivational. Students are active in the study of each of these fields which sup- plement their normal course of study. Fur- ther research is done in cooperation with the Research and Development division at Galberry Hall. Dr. Gerard DeWit, Faculty moderator, has directed the organization since its inception last year. Students are currently reaping the benefits of the labor of the Senior psychology majors who made the society a reality. Through their efforts and interests the society was officially founded February 13, 1959. The purpose of the society, as listed in its constitution, is as follows: to provide the student the opportunity to pursue his interests in Psy- chology that transcend classroom limita- tions, and to provide a framework in which these interests can be served actively, in-- relligently, and purposefully. Officers and members of V.S.P.I. relax with faculty moderator, Dr. Gerard DeWit, for an informal picture. Student president of the organization is Senior Psychology major, James M. Driscoll. The Cassiciacum Circle, so named because of the retreat used by St. Augustine for philosoph- ical discussions, is seen'With moderators Dr. Robert O'Shea, Dr. Donald Gallagher, and president Ronald Anderson. Under the auspices of the Philosophy de- partment, the Cassiciacum Circle, formerly the Philosophy Club, is currently enjoying a revitalized program and schedule through the concentrated efforts of Dr. Robert S. O'Shea and Dr. Donald S. Gallagher, chair- men of the society. Originally founded in 1955, the club had been comparitively in- active until the fall of 1959. Members of the organization devote their time to the study of problems arising in ancient as well as contemporary philosophy, while at the same time, are able to increase their abilities to cope with the complexities of research and development. In its early stages, the club was primarily devoted to lectures by members of the Philosophy department. Under its new regime, special attention is given to student participation and group discussion on underlying motives and meth- ods of contemporary principles. The Astronomy Club of Villanova Uni- versity was organized in the fall of 1953 to promote interest in the study of the heavens. Through the inexhaustible energy of its moderator, Reverend Edward F. Jen.- kins, O.S.A., much time and effort has been put into the Villanova Astronomical Gb- servatory atop Mendel Hall, the basis of the clubis operations. The observatory houses an immense telescope through which students may learn of the universe and its phenomena. One of the most interesting organizations on campus, the Astronomy Club is always of topical interest and is of much value to the student interested in contemporary world affairs. Created on the threshold of the space age, the Astronomy Club is becoming increasingly important to the modern-day student. Club policy is for- mulated through the workings of a Govern- ing Council, presently under the leadership of President Richard Busenkill. Reverend Edward F. Jenkins, industrious founder and organizer of the Astronomy Club, poses with officers and members of the society in the fully equipped observatory on top of Mendel Hall. Ralph Reynolds, president, and Mr. Robert Bently, moderator, have directed the activities of the recently founded Geological Society dur- ing the year. Oificers and members pose for an informal group picture. One of Villanova University's most re- cent organizations, the Geological Society fosters the acquisition of a greater knowl- edge of geology and its related fields. Of primary interest to students majoring in the sciences, membership is also available to students matriculating in other fields. The four elected officers comprise an Executive Committee under the supervision of mod- erator Robert Bentley of the Geology De- partment. This committee directs student participation, the nucleus of the club's for- mat. Members investigate the structure of the earth, as well as its eccentricities and phenomena. Through discussions, lectures and practicaldemonstrations by students, members of the club are able to keep abreast of our constantly' changing world and the forces affecting it. In cooperation with the Science Department the Geological Society is afforded the opportunity of using the fa- cilities of the University for practical dem- onstrations. Geological Society American Chemical Society The Villanova Chapter of the Americal Chemi- cal Society is an organization that is open to those students interested in the various practical appli- cations of Chemistry. The club, since its inception in 1936, has expanded greatly and presently in- cludes activities ranging from Weekly demonstra- tions and lectures, to field trips. In order to obtain this practical experience, this research is conducted entirely by students. Other activities include Com- munion breakfasts and an annual dinner dance and picnic. An interesting aspect of the organization is its unique tutoring program, whereby upper- classmen in the chapter aid freshmen, new mem- bers, in becoming acquainted with their courses in the sciences. The society, being a small one, pro- vides its members with an atmosphere of relaxed friendship, subsequently producing a greater inter- est for all in the society. Experiments and practical demonstrations, such as that being performed by Sophomore member Richard Regan, have proven interesting and invaluable to members of the Chemical Society. Members of the American Chemical Society pause for a moment in their busy academic schedule with moderator Dr. Downey of the Chemistry department and President John Houser, director of the clubs' activities during the past year. Oihcers and Senior members of the Villanova Chapter of the American Institute of Physics pose in front of Mendel Hall, center of the group's activities. During the year, Senior Physics major James Brazel has directed the activities of the society into such advanced fields as biophysics, radio astronomy, radioactivity and aerial photography. American Institute of Physics The large enrollment of the Villanova Chapter' of the American Institute of Physics demonstrates the interest of the student body. The organization, founded only last year, Awithin the structure of the Physics Club, has proven immensely helpful to anyone having an interest in physics. The aims of the chapter are twofold, its primary function being the discussion of contemporary problems of special interest to the student. Through student participa- tion, the second objective of the chapter is accom- plished, the opportunity for the student to display his own knowledge. Throughout the academic year, the organization has maintained a full calendar of activities. Besides having bi-monthly meetings, the chapter also participates in a variety of affairs, including field trips, an annual Communion break- fast, and a picnic. The chapter, under the guidance of Mr. William Driscoll, has flourished and expand- ed into a noteworthy society. new ' 0 0 0 0 Performing an experiment is this active member of the Physics Club. 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X-gvggqi' gag , . . . . , - n., . 6 iw A d 1 1 I L More than fifty three years have e sed the belt driven lathes, pride of V1 nova technologv school and the m rn Engineering School From three graduates of the 0 ss of 1909 ress has led Villanova's Engi ering Schoo place of prominence in toda es technical X bet een c ge s oy io FO - tO 'I Z1 From the foundation of e first four en ineer- l and electrical, the engineerin fschool developed slowly until the end of the Sec fd World War. T engi- neering school shared i .the growth of the univer- sity that occurred fro f J the great influx of 3 udents following the war. hce 1945, the stude has tripled. The two twelv cylinder engines which "latest', theories h 1922, have been rep modern Electr Viics, Highway and Tur The construe bn of the Chemical En Building gav fthat department unsurpass ties. Many ctual improvements in the e body ilised the aced by e labs. ineering d facili- uipment Chemical Engineering students clean the aeration annual eyent! -wt9'5.,. ix' it lst 3" . J I t I ' ,ip g l ' . gi' 'r ing departments, mechanb l, civil, chemi in We , . l . Ht f of the fo r departments has given the students ample opportunities for the study of thegpractical side of their chosen fields. i This progress has been guided by Dean Dr. Stanley Morehouse, who has advanced Vi llanova's School of Engineering to the point where it now stands with the hnest. Rev. Anthony J. Mullen, O.S.A., new chairman of Elec- trical Engineering, conducts class. l -if -EiWW's......9fm.,.2'5433E22?? Some engineers always try to break a curve-Vince Cuccuzzella and Assistant at Senior Dinner Dance. A V Creative Engineers Galm, Barron and Bonk with the Psycho-motility tester. A.1.ch.E. Richard Gerstner, A.I.C.E. Pres- ident, and Dr. Hsiu H. Yuen confer with Student Conclave Chairman Joseph Camp and 1 Conclave Moderator Dr. J. Rob- ert Snyder. This was an important year in the history of the Villanova Student Chapter. The student Chemical Engineers with President, Richard Gerstner and Moderator, Dr. Hsiu Huo Yuen, were hosts to the Annual Student Conclave of the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, during April. Chairman for the conclave was Joseph Camp and the preparations for receiving representatives from the fifteen member Colleges and Universities became the principle activity of the membership. Committees, headed by Senior members, included everything from Correspondence and Registra- The Senior members of the Student Chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers pose with their officers and moderator, Dr. Hsiu H. Yuen. Officers kneeling include: Clinton Norris, Treasurer, Joseph tion to Housing and Social. Despite this, the society continued its policy of providing the members with a program of interest to students of Chemical Engineering. Guest speakers and frequent technical films made meetings interesting, and, combined with a series of organized field trips to many of Philadelphia's industries, made the program profitable to all. Besides the President, the officers included: Vice- President, Mike Marinakg Secretary, Bob Altemusg Treasurer, Clint Norris and Student Council Rep- resentative, Larry Kelly. Ortaldo, Secretary, Richard Gerstner, President, Lawr- ence Kelly, Student Council, and Michael Marinak, Vice-President. Senior members of the Villanova University Student Chapter of the AIEE-IRE, pose after one of the meetings that formed the major Part of their program this year. Zack Stough outlines the workings of his High Fidelity Amplifier for his r00m-mate and fellow E.E., Fred Smolinski. Zack spoke on Hi-Fi at one of this year's meetings. A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. The combined societies for Electrical Engineer- ing students at Villanova was led this year by Chairman Leo Young. Co-ordinated field trips and lectures formed the program, set up by the officers and the organization's moderator, Mr. Richard Avil. First semester activity centered around a visit to the Radio Corporation of America's facilities in New Jersey. Talks by Mr. Hicks on Computers and Data Procession equipment, by Bob Merckert, re- cent Villanova graduate, on Pulse Circuitryg and by Senior Horace A. fZacl-:D Stough on High Fi- delity and Stereophonic Sound, prepared the mem- bers for studying the activities in these fields at R.C.A. In addition, talks on placement and other mat- ters of interest to students were featured at the regular meetings. Besides the Chairman, the other officers of the A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. include: Vice-Chairman Peter Dev- lin, I.R.E. Secretary Frank Schwartz, A.I.E.E. Secretary Jim Sabog Student Council Representa- tive Fred Smolinski and Treasurer Paul Hessler. The athletes of the Engineering School appear in the persons of the members of the Student American Society of Civil Engineers. The A.S.C.E. has teams in many of the University's intramural contests as well as in their own "Inter- civil" league. A.S.C.E. With Charles McDevitt as President and Mr. William McNichol as Moderator, the A.S.C.E.'s over one hundred members devoted this year to the society's two aims: the professional develop- ment of the individual and his preparation for membership in the national organization, upon graduation. Towards these objectives, meetings were held once a month at which guest speakers addressed the group on the developments in the field and on the problems faced by graduate engineers. Movies on topics of interest to Civil Engineers also were frequently shown. In addition, Held trips were organized twice a year, like this year's first semester trip to the Amer- ican Marietta Concrete Products Division in Potts- town. The Chapter attended the Regional Student Chapter Conference, participating in the paper contest. Finally, the Civils, under direction of Editor Joseph Lauzon, published a monthly news-letter, "On the Level" and had an active athletic program including competition within the society and in the intramural program of the University. Mr. McNichol, A.S.C.E. Moderator, leads the officers of the society in observing work on the University's new Science Building. The building program has provided the Civil Engineers with many such applications of their theory. A.S.M.E. Frank Perry, A.S.M.E. Presi- dent, discusses the advantages of joining the organization with the first female M. E. Connie Donohue. The sixty members of the Villanova Section of the A.S.M.E. elected Frank Perry as its President this year. Along with che organizationis moderator, Mr. William Murphy, and the other ofhcers, he led them through a year long program, intended to aid the student in his professional development. The yearis highlight was a Held trip to the New York Shipbuilding Company in Camden, to study the nuclear-powered "N. S. Sawzn11al9." Several other Held trips to industrial sights in the Phila- delphia area rounded out that phase of activities. A.S.M.E. Seniors gather for posterity. Officers in front row are: Bill Henry, Treasurer, Jack King, Secretary, Speakers on a wide range of subjects, including Guided Missiles, Space Vehicles, Management and others came to the Societyis meetings. In line with the Sectionis aim of introducing the student to the parent organization, the year in- cluded: work at the National Convention in Atlan- tic Cityg Society dinners and Senior Night at the Engineers' Club of Philadelphia, and the Regional Student Convention at Drexel Institute of Tech- nology. Don McKensie, Vice-President, Frank Perry, President, and Bill Galm, Student Council. I x 4 I r The small number of members of the Amateur Radio Club belies the ambitious program of education and practice that the society has under- taken. At left center kneeling is Club President Leo Schick. mateur Radio Club The Club's station in the basement of Mendel Hall, with its transmission equipment, is a gathering place for Hams. Long-range communications by way of a space vehicle became a major interest of the Club this year, as, under President Leo Schick and Moderator Mr. Joseph Hicks, it co-operated with the gov- ernment on its research into the problems of beam- ing a signal off a sphere in space to another point on the Earth. But the organizationis principle purpose was not forgotten, as, with the aid of the station, under Station Manager Gordon Kittel, members con- tinued to learn the ways and means of radio. 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As secretary to the Dean of Commerce and Finance, The Bulletin Board on the first floor is the center of Miss Katherine Kelly is a most familiar face to Com- merce and Finance students. .5 .,ss flfhe.,.DivisAion,of. Commerce and Finance was iestablished to prepare young men for careers in ibusinessiiwoifld. bln 1922 with the increased 'flf1'IIfd1'C'SElOf'SlZi1ClC1'lfS'lI1 the field of commerce it was fnecessiaryitog. create. Va special department in this fslubjectggy plpp At this time Father Joseph C. Bartley had gjust returned from studying for his doctorate ot in economics and, being especially .fequipped for the work of beginning a business Qschool, he was given charge of its organization and iadsiiainistration, as Dean of the School of Commerce ,andy Financej Under 'his direction it has grown to lbe the largest ofthe three ,major divisions. f The Curricula leads to the degree of Bachelor of jScVi'enceQfii1 Economics, and the student is able to zchoose among live majors-+Accounting, Finance, Adrninistrationi F gMVarketing, and Pre- Lawl The ,courseslhave been planned with a three- cfold purpose: "IV, Tofigyiverithefstsudsenst'a knowledge of the itecqhniquesiof Vbusinessg 2. To give a deeper understanding 'of' the significant changes which mark the course of social, political and economic lifeg 3. To inculcate in the student a knowledge and a love of truth, justice and charity to the end that they may give reasonable service to God and their fellowmenf' information to students of the Division with its notices of activities and placement. Father Francis X. Boyle, professor of Economics, has been a member of the Villanova faculty since 1939 and assumed the duties of Assistant Dean in the fall of 1958. Accounting Society The Accounting Society Was formed in 1948 originally for honor students majoring in account- ing. It has since striven through the years to bring all the accounting students together and to ac- quaint them with current problems and their solu- tions. It also affords the membership an oppor- tunity to meet some of the leading private, public, industrial and governmental accountants on an informal basis and to keep informed on the chang- Senior members of the Accounting Society with their officers-Edward Scott, student council representative, Matthew O'Rourke, vice president, William Campbell, secretary, Mr. Chorba, moderator, William Coyle, presi- dent, John Daly, treasurer. Father Bartley congratulates William Coyle, a member of the Commerce and Finance Honor Society, Gamma Phi, and delegate to the Accounting Forum. ing methods in their field of endeavor. Its activities have helped establish the line reputation Villanova enjoys. This year the major function of the Accounting Society was the Annual Philadelphia Accounting Forum Which Was held at Villanova in the fall. The moderator of the Society is Mr. George Chorba Who, as an undergraduate, Was a charter member of the organiiation. '59 ., "Z 1-Qi, if ,iff 45" W' is ,, " vfzffv -QQ "ig '-,- ,a,aQ'f'44S , . I' , . ayyzgf M, - V '. tr a m ' 53-9 V ,VW 'QW , vfg-' "5" .A 2, Q- 'g a ' 1.5-, C gr N ff' if-fl" f-. , f an' . 'Ky T . 'Q 19' if A l Finance Society The Finance Society is one of the newer clubs at Villanova, having been established in 195 7. It is the purpose of this society to acquaint Finance majors with current trends and changes in the fl- nancial World. These ideas are brought to the members by frequent lectures by noted authorities from all phases of finance. Club members are also shown the actual operation of financial institutions and the structure of the stock exchange during many field trips to the major financial capitals of the East. The moderator of the Finance Society is Mr. Patrick J. Dougherty, who is also the chair- man of the Finance Department and a member of the Villanova faculty since 1926. Howard Carlock is president of the organization and under his di- rection the society is completing another successful year. A sunny fall afternoon brought the members of the society outside the confines of the building for their group picture. The large group has just left one of Members of the Finance Society listen and watch atten- tively to a. movie on their future business ambitions -buying and selling stocks. their meetings Where their study of the finance Held is regularly supplemented. I , I ' 'S F I' J 'J f I fag 5 A ,, I lxw VZ V ZH T 5 6 5 fanfic" siding 11 5' 'Iii . Z ' Q E W 'f-,wg , ,f,j,.ff'5h , '- ,, - -G tj df sgyjxggfgg , yi 7 'Y -.,. q14,i -W..- 1', 1. '+ ' .N 'fy -- .V Qffi e 'M-WMM .fa V .4 ,,, ,. tif 'f 2 31 Gathered in front of the main entrance of the Com- merce and Finance building, are the senior members of the club with their moderators. One of the largest Marketing Club The Marketing Club at Villanova was organized in 1951 to keep Marketing majors abreast of cur- rent trends and developments in their prospective field. The activities of the Marketing Club in- clude Weekly meetings in which they hear various speakers discuss problems which have arisen in the marketing field. Some of the major highlights of the club are its annual field trips to large and small local Hrms to investigate their marketing proce- dures in respect to both research and sales tech- niques. The Marketing Club is a member of the American Marketing Association and under its moderator Mr. Frederick Burgess and president Gary Kavanaugh, has enjoyed a highly successful year. E? My af' J, organizations on campus, the club has accomplished a great deal in furthering the knowledge of their field. Officers preparing for their Dinner Dance are James Kearney, Student Councilg Robert Holt, Secretaryg Gary Kavanagh, Presidentg Charles Fettig, Vice-Presi- dentg James Byrne, Social Chairmang Larry Grassi, Treasurer. Pre-Law Society Members of the Pre-Law Society discuss material for their Pre-Law Bulletin. Officers are: John Barlas, Liai- son Oflicerg Gerald Pajak, Treasurer, Albert Hurl- brink, President, Joseph Ouellette, Vice-President, and Maurice O'Connell. The Pre-Law Society was established to acquaint students with all aspects of the law profession, the requirements for entrance to law school, and how to meet these requirements. Although the society is generally associated with students of Commerce and Finance, unlike most other societies of the division, it is open to all students. The members gain their knowledge of this profession by frequent lectures given by lawyers and professors from many law schools. The members are further assisted in their decision by field trips to the civil and criminal courts of Philadelphia. This year under the leadership of its president, Albert Hurlbrink, the society has the largest en- rollment in its short history. The society is also fortunate in having three fine moderators-Mr. William Henry, Mr. Richard Ruane and Mr. How- ard Riley. Senior members of the Pre-Law Society are, standing: Gordon Burlingame, Anthony Forese, Mr. Ruane, Robert ohn Barlas, John Hoy, Maurice O'Connell, Robert Godwin, Joseph Ouellette, Pasquale Pomponi, Gerald Jackson, Albert Hurlbrink, President, David Dillworth, Pajakg kneeling: James Hulbert, Stephen Carton, Philip Edward Schmid, Mr. Riley, Edward West, Mr. Henry, Valenti, Lee Brown, Patrick Wallace. Senior members of the Society for the Advancement of Management take time out from their discussion of management problems to gather on the third floor of the Commerce and Finance Building for their picture. The Society for the Advancement of Manage- ment is predominantly made up of students in the newest course offered in the Division of Com- merce and Finance, Industrial Administration. The club is a student chapter of the professional S.A.M. which is dedicated to the scientific study of man- agement and management problems. By the use of lectures and conferences with outstanding mana- gerial leaders and tours to local plants, the student is able to see and understand recent developments in the field of management. He is also better pre- pared to meet the problems which will confront him upon graduation from Villanova and entrance into the management World. Under the leadership of its moderator, Dr. Walter Klein and Dr. Ih Sen Hsu, and its president, Thomas McHale, the club has made outstanding strides in developing student interest in the field of management. 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A X I "Fresh" line up for registration guided by sophomore white hat, Mary Fay. ,, il P - r Capping The Villanova cap carries Mary's and the school's colors, white and blue, and designates the virtues and ideals synonymous with both. It is shaped as a sacred host symbolizing the Life vital to a devoted nurse. It is enjoined in back to form a blue "V," Which is repeated on the student uni- form. The point in front represents the bishop's mitre in remembrance of St. Augustine Whose con- temporary followers guide and instruct all Villa- nova students. In 19 54, six students first received the cap. Since that time many girls through diligent study and practical experience have striven to attain the sym- bol of their chosen profession. To them, capping signifies that they have fulfilled the first require- ments of this profession. Our Villanova nurses are thus enabled to render care and comfort to those in need. Just a few minutes to go, as each girl nervously awaits The anticipated moment arrives, with Father Klekotka her ca . resentin the Villanova ca . P P S P a f .4 fr 'q1?nm.ff1f"' l 'fl lgpww-. : if V' Nurses one and all! Beaming sophomores proudly display the symbol of the profession to which they aspire. .ffl . Contrary to the general assumption that nurs- ing began in 1953, the Villanova University School of Nursing actually began in 1932, with the insti- tution of a baccalaureate program for registered nurses. This General program Was reorganized in 1951 to offer a Bachelor of Science in Nursing de- gree. It was not until 1953 that the Basic collegiate program was initiated, under the direction of Sister Mary Alma, C.R.S.M., our present dean, and Sister M. Margarella, OSF. Designed primarily to mold an "intellectual" nurse, this program contains four academic years and one summer session, with ac- companying hospital and public health affiliations. In 1958, the latest innovation took place, when the General program for registered nurses as such was discontinued, and instead, merged with the Basic program into a Baccalaureate program for all. The coveted accreditation from the National League for Nursing in 1957, based on the merits of the first graduating class, brought final recog- nition to the school. From its inception up until the present date, the purpose of the nursing school has been to educate a nurse capable of providing total nursing care for her patients. The first graduating class and subse- quent classes have dynamically indicated that this purpose is being fulhlled. P ua.-up-,.. safes - intra 1 ff- ii-:SGI-1 Xfifzy- fit 2 - ' -Qevasrsf'-' ,. , - ' sa .W il-f .1 ,- 1 - , I 5 I rs ' 3 f f" . K I M 99 Class of 1957 pioneer nurses have forged the Way in an all male school. 5?1:u,11.sr-:Zf5'EE xl '11 1 5 R 5 - sz l. ,ii The maternal instinct? Could be, as the juniors provide a little loving care in the nursery at St. Agnes. If practice really does make perfect, sophomore nurses at Fitzgerald-Mercy hospital can't miss. x 4 v ., NY we . 0 t f fursing 1957 li, i 5 ,, if fy, V 94, Y if rvl Q ' 1 MV! I M LV,g,,Z-f- ,fVVV. . 412 . wi ,W 2 ., ,- V '21s1.f2Vg: V z V . Q in -. - -' ' - Efifs- :-:V .IV V- ':2?1?11 Qg., ,- fs I 'F"MIff?Y 'fjl' . 5 Q iii s. ,. ,, 1: ,J 3 -- ,f11Qp5,,Vy:::.:: : rt X ., X Q lf "It's easy when you know how!" Junior nurses at Misericordia intently observe professional techniques of pediatric care. ,W '. W2 ' Ah 1, Zig , 152i5Eii,L 353' 5 'A ! f 1, Qw Q .XM - . , . ..Vv-awww--NV, ,M ,, ,.,.V ' 2 ,M V. +4 ., , .,.,s, .. r ft I 4 i "When the twilight shadows gather . . ." Seniors, destined soon to depart from their alma mater, are seen in the midst of their final hospital and public health affiliations. 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NNN' X . sNK"x,,NM --... ,,..., f-H-""'f li i , NW-4 X ,Z . - RN 'N' x..,,,MN W: .Spf figs 3 . S". X . 'Nad' . Ant way. ,ff E Y " . ,f ld' 'R --mm-.. N ., .rwmgw J xv... ,,,-4.s.,.-f v va., ,, -, XX ,N M..-. . -v.-, --, ,,.-.vw wvwr D.. ,147 ,W-M. , is? J gf 5' . A . xi f Q A 152, 5 14. :, f 41 'RTZ5 2 fig Em xr .a , . 9, mm, 'WSL Q 5121 -6521? Y ,Q - A ,pnww-4'-1,,..wfw--f'J 1 WA, QQ V-.w,,,,, 'sv ,Mm ,-Me.. 5 W 'R ww 1 The Sixth Annual Advocates Ball turned out to be the best Law School dance of the year, as law students, faculty, and alumni, all had a very enjoyable night. r ! I I The Senior law students appear to be getting in the spirit of Christmas at their Christmas Party held in the Student Lounge of Garey Hall. The Most Reverend John J. Wright, S.T.D., the Bishop of Pittsburgh, delivered the sermon at the annual Red Mass, for the students and alumni of the School of Law. 5 A . r rr..,, Q Iwi i The Honor Board members under the chairmanship of John Doran are chosen to represent the student body in the administration of the honor system. The team to represent the Villanova School of Law and the Philadelphia district at the final round of National Moot Court was chosen by this trio of judges. The Law Forum brings to the campus many outstanding men. Here Melvin M. Belli, known as the "King of Torts," holds an informal discussion following the forum. YI., ' - -ll, , - -9 ' fp, Q W! Club 'I i Realizing the needs of the expanding times, Villa- nova University initiated in 1953, its first class in the study of law. This foresight on the part of the administration gave to Villanova the honor of being the only full-time law school on a Catholic campus in Pennsylvania. Dean Harold Gill Reuchlein stated at this time that it was the policy of the law school, "not merely to produce lawyers, but lawyers who will be a credit to themselves, their profession, and their country." This policy has shown to be an excellent one as the school's graduates start taking their places in the world. The progress of the law school has been remark- able. From its temporary quarters in the Univer- sity library, the law school in 19 57 moved to Garey Hall. This building is equipped with the physical facilites equivalent to those of any law school in the country. The Student Bar Association is busy formulating plans for the sixth annual Advocate Ball. The Inter-Club Council has the task of co-ordinating all of the Law Club activities. ' """Mmwm:m.gra" The year of 195 7 was a momentous one for the new school of law. It was a year that saw many outstanding world figures come to the University campus for the official dedication of Garey Hall. Among these prominent figures were Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, Chief Justice Earl Warren, Senator John F. Kennedy, and Dublin's Lord Mayor, Robert Briscoe. Also notable among the year's events was the official acceptance of the Villanova Law School into the Association of American Law Schools. In looking back at the events development of the school of law the school is setting its own fine year becomes a historical one, as reached by a Catholic law school in this section of the country. 1 ' " i l'U!""'4?f,f,,:,- s i -? surrounding the it is evident that tradition. Every new heights are so sorely needed .. , .-, ,. issue. The Law Review headed by John J. Guilfoyle is the official publication of the law students. The staff of the Law Review is shown after discussing the proposed content for their next Tab Row: HERBERT H. BROWN ' 4915 Wynneneld Avenue, Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' B.S. Drexel Institute of Technology. BACHELOR OF LAWS - Law Review 2,35 Reimel Moor Court Competition 2: Chief Justice Warren Law Club, Treasurer 2,33 Student Bar Association l,2,3. GEORGE M. BUSH ' 17 Jarrett Avenue, Philadelphia '11, Pa. - A.B. Pennsylvania State University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' St. Thomas More Law Club. LESLIE J. CARSON, JR, ' 107 Ardmore Avenue, Ard- more, Pa. ' A,B. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 3: Judge Reimel Moot Court 2: St. Thomas More Law Club: Student Bar Association 1,2, Treasurer 3, EUGENE CHOVANES ' 50 Wentworth Lane, Rosemont, Pa. - B.S.M.E. Lehigh University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Judge Reimel Moot Court 3: Chief Justice White Law Club. Secretary 2, President 3: Honor Board l,2. MICHAEL DOMINIC BATTAGLINI ' 1805 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 3: Judge Reimel Moot Court, St. Ives Law Club 1, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice President 3. GERALD LEO BOWEN ' 46 E. Willow Grove Avenue, Chestnut Hill, Pa. ' A.B. LaSalle College ' BACHELOROF LAWS ' Chief Justice White Law Club, Vice President 3: Student Bar Association 1, 2, 3. Graduates . . . 1960 Bottom Row: WILLIAM B. COLSEY, III ' 902 Washington Avenue, Palmyra, N. J. ' B.S. Saint Joseph's College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 2, Editorial Board 35 National Moot Court 2g Judge Reimel Moot Court'3: Justice Car- doza Law Club, Vice-President 3. JOHN HENRY DORAN ' Saint Mary's Road, Hanover Township, Pa. ' A.B. Wilkes College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Certiorari Law Club, Secretary 2, President 3: Inter-Club Council Secretary 3: Honor Board 1,2, Chair- man 3: Student Prefect 1,Z,3. FRANK E. GILBERT ' 423 E. Hortter Street, Phila- delphia 19, Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University - BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Judge Reimel Moot Court Competition 3 Hughes Law Club. FRANCHOT A. GOLUB ' 338 South 21st Street, Phila- delphia 3, Pa. ' X-LB. Harvard University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice Warren Law Club. Winn' "-Y Top Row: BERNARD F. GRAY ' 7536 Rugby Street, Philadelphia. Pa. - A.B. Saint Joseplfs College - BACHELOR OF LAWS ' St. Thomas More Law Club, Treasurer 3. JOHN J. GUILFOYLE, JR. ' 559 Hermitage Street. Philadelphia 28, Pa. ' B.S. Saint Joseplfs College ' BACH- ELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 2, Editor-in-Chief 3: Justice Cardozo Law Club: Student Bar Association l,2,3: Na- tional Moot Court Competition 2. JOHN G. HALL ' ll9l Todt Hill Road, Staten Island 4, N. Y. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OP LAWS ' Law Review 2, Business Manager 3: Judge Reimel Moot Court Competition 2: Charles Evans Hughes Law Club Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 3: Inter-Club Council. BERGE M. HEEDE, JR. ' Tanglewood Lane, King of Prussia, Pa. ' B.S. Lehigh University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice Warren Law Club, President 33 Inter- Club Council. v Bottom Row: THOMAS LOUIS KELLEY ' 13 Park Avenue, Ossining. N. Y. - B.S. Manhattan College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS - Chief Justice Hughes Law Club l,2,3. JACK E. LEVIN ' 1475 Hampstead Road, Penn Wynne, Pa. ' A.B. University of Wisconsin ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review Editorial Staff 2.3: St. Ives Law Club, Presi- dent: Student Bar Association 1.2.33 Inter Club Council. HENRY C. LUCAS, III ' 118 Birch Avenue, Bala-Cyn- wyd, Pa. ' B.S. University of Pennsylvania ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' National Moot Court Competition 2: National Moot Court Team 3: Chief Justice Warren Law Club. Vice-President 3: Student Bar Association l,2,3. JOHN F. MCELVENNY ' 7312 North 20th Street. Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. Saint Joseph's College ' BACHE- LOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 3: Judge Reimel Moot Court 2g St. Thomas More Law Club. DAVID H. MOSKOWITZ ' 834 Widener Road, Elkins Park, Pa. ' A.B. Pennsylvania State University ' BACHE- LOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 2. Articles and Book Review Editor 3: National Moot Court Team 2.3: Chief Justice White Law Club: Student Bar Association 3. JAMES A. MULLEN ' 207 Barclay Lane, Haddonlield. N. J. - A.B. Villanova University - BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Judge Reimel Moot Court Competition 3: Charles Hughes Law Club, Vice-President 3: Student Bar Association 2. Vice-President 3: Student Prefect l,2,3. Top Row: EDWARD JOHN O'MALLEY ' 103 Fitzgerald Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 2,33 National Moot Court 2: Judge Reimel Moot Court 3: Chief Justice White Law Club: Student Prefect 2,3. JOHN THOMAS QUINN ' 511 Evans Circle, Willow Grove, Pa. - A.B. Villanova University - BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Judge Reimel Inter-Club Moot Court Competition 2: Chief Justice White Law Club: Student Bar Association l,2,33 Student Honor Board 3: Student Prothonotary: Pa. Practice Court, PATRICK M. RYAN ' 64 Edison Street, Staten Island. N. Y, - A.B. Saint Francis College - BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 2, Case Editor 3: Judge Reimel Moot Court Competition 2.3: Chief Justice Taney Law Club, President 3: Student Bar Association, Executive Board 1.2: Inter- Club Council, Treasurer 3: National Moot Court Com- petition 2. Bottom Row: ROBERT G. SUR ' 2626 Robinwood Avenue, Toledo, Ohio ' A.B. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' National Moot Court Competition 2: Chief Justice War- ren Law Club 35 Student Bar Association, President 3: Inter-Club Council: Student Prefect 1.2.3. GERALD A. TALLMAN ' 133 Rose Lane, Springfield. Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' St. Ives Law Club. EMIL F. TOFTEN ' 118 Lispenard Avenue, New Ro- chelle, N. Y. ' A.B. St. Francis College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' St. Ives Law Club, Vice-President. LAW SENIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED EDWARD R. CASEY ' 417 E. Lancaster Avenue, St. Davids, Pa. - B.S. Villanova University - BACHELOR OF LAWS. CHARLES R. ELICKER, JR. ' 116 W. Wayne Avenue, Wayne, Pa. ' A.B. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice Taney Law Club. CHARLES C. KEELER ' Box 186, R.D. IFF2, Glen Mills. Pa. - B.S. Villanova University - BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review, Editorial Board 2, Comment Editor 3: Moot Court Inter-Club Competition 33 St. Thomas More Law Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2, President 3: Inter-Club Council, Chairman 3. JOSEPH J. MAHON, JR. ' 810 Stella Street, Philadel- phia, Pa. ' B.S. LaSalle College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 2.3: Judge Reimel Inter-Club Moot Court 2: Justice Cardozo Law Clubg Student Bar Association l,2,3g Honor Board 3. PETER GERERD NYHART ' Taylor Road, Colmar. Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review 2,31 National Moot Court Competition 2,31 Judge Reimel Inter-Club 2.3: Chief Justice Taney Law Club, Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3. BERNARD THOMAS QUINN ' 630 Smiley Avenue. Bethlehem, Pa. ' B.S. Villanova University ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes Law Club. B Throughout the world, the Augustinian order is known for its work in missions, in classrooms, in parishes, and in hospitals. In the preparation for such a varied and full life, the seminarians are con- stantly reminded of the ideals laid down by Saint Augustine centuries ago. These men are no less Villanovans than those weary students who tread their way past St. Mary's Hall, the seminarian residence. Their admiration for and devotion to Alma Mater knows no bounds i l iii. 2 5 5: E1 V li Q. Directing the education of future Augustinians are Rev. William J. Krupa, O.S.A., and Rev. James E. Maher, O.S.A. The Seminar and through their prayers they obtain for us many favors, although many of us have never realized it. These Villanovans, through their unselfish giv- ing of themselves, gain the essential spiritual needs of Villanova, without which, any material expan- sion would be meaningless. The seminarians are an integral part of Villa- nova life. Without them, Villanova, as we know it, would not exist. The f u t u r e priests, teachers, and adminis- trators of Villanova are shown in this seminary family portrait. These young me n represent the highest ideals of St. Augustine and the Au- gustinian order. Upon ordination, they may do , missionary Work or par- ish Work here in the U. S. i,, ,fl x, X 1 ,,.' Wx ' .X HH., N- A . Nj ..,' . I ,- X '- 5 f, X, r p , X - ,X ax I , , X Hx WV . W . is ,N , mfrgx -. ' . wi? x Calif by ,- 'Seminarians daily recite the office as part of their religious duties. ,V ,,,,, HM ,,,, K ,,,,,,., . ,,..r ,N...,... Y. ,,.,,,. .. ,.., ..-, - ....--.M -s -. H . ' ' ' ' x,,Z,,,,,,,.,fq,.,1,.,,s,,,,,,-.,,.,...,.13 3 f,,,,5.-5--in-,.'g1fgg,,..-..1,-,,::... 1,.,.,g,gg.:gi:.,..nge,-.::..,,. X - - ., .r , K . f---aw:-w.'-ws:'V---:VM-M-,p.V.- fiW.:-:.-f-:-,-f.-......-.--:rw 1. .4-:Z-:f - .' - --f - - '- f - - - faf::2s::2-gs..:-:-f'a:Q':zc':fI: f:av2:'x.21:1.2 .-az: ' v,:-'- -was 3as15-s-1f1'-asQss:'?:':-1,14 -- w .is.-1-.say ' "WW-'IN-L 1"-'f Hrs- f'-' 4 afsf V73 f sw K H 90 The Part-time Division of Villanova University at present consists of the Summer Session and the Evening School. The Evening School was Hrst established in 1928 Joseph Bartley, O.S.A. Courses Were condficted onthe campus in the evenings primarily jifor full-time students who had make-up to complete. In 1934, the courses were Hallahan High School in the request of some of the part-time Zfvxgegrseg Qrnatriculated in the Saturday and Sessions. Many of these students were practicing- iteachers and nurses, classes at Halla- han far more pf,V the time no other Catholic College area conducted evening years at Hal- lahan, the Evening Was over five hundred. The rapid in enrollment was noticeably curtailed by onslaught of Worlld War II. After the War enrollment statistics rose with the influx of into various night school programs. Father McCarthy was appointed Dean in the Fall of 1950. Two years after that, the courses were brought back to Villa- nova. Our present Dean of the Evening School is Father George P. Lawless, O.S.A. Father George P. Lawless, O.S.A., Dean of Part-time Divi- sion. Part-time Division As Assistant Dean of the Part-time Division, Mr. Charles P. Bruderle handles all sorts of problems, from arrang- ing classes to furnishing the staff with University history. ' Division students gather outside their class- rooms to discuss the night's assignments and to socialize. Not quite, it's like this! As school adjourns for the night, Dr. McGurk and Mr. Murray are found still discussing possibilities. Be sociableg stay up to date. Pie Shoppe 101 offers the astute student all these opportunities. Whether it's day or night this course is always crowded. With a break in between classes the Evening Villanova Universityffs iirst Summer Session was conducted in July, TUnder the capable direc- tion of the late Dr.?JoisephfHickey, O.S.A., seventy students enrolled inftthe-'newly initiated program. The program had necessitated by the growing demand for summeifcolilegeli facilities which would cater to and fit the needs of the teaching corn- munities of Brothers and Sisters in the surrounding area. By 1921 the -'number 'of students attending these classes had jumped to onehundred sixty-seven, of all but fourfwere Religious. Nine different Cdpiinunitiesxywere represented. At that time credits in units instead of Semester Hours. Siiityilfourifcredits were necessary for a degree, and three creditswvasi' the ,maximum allowance for a Summer Session. 'These three credits were compar- able to six semesterihours as allowed today. Courses were offered leadingptol ,the Bachelor Degree only. Today, the coyursesgoffered ,during the Summer Session are very cibselyf 'rii a illiedro, the programs fol- iilowed by full-t'ifnQil,gt1indergraduate and graduate students. Enrollment Higures have doubled and tripled oyer,-land over-again, untilfat present close to three thousandjfstudents, religious and lay alike, attend Villanova yduringpthe summer. Mr. Charles P. Bruderle, Director ummer Session The Field House is crowded once again for Summer Graduation. Each of the candidates will receive a long awaited degree. Happiness reigns supreme! A family gathering is in the offering as we see Father Rongione and his two sisters happily autographing thc edition of his new book, "Conference on the Beatitudesi' The angelic look on Sister's face is undoubtedly due to the large number of books she has just purchased for her courses at Villanova Summer School. Ready for another day of classes are these three nuns. Books in hand, they will spend the better part of the day in lectures and studies. ,Q aww N. :EFi.,E':'5' fl-f-Q" H . '.tm.S.,.- 4-,:. X- 'V - - , ,.g.v, a4:w.wQa:,,-XM-I V - ,V - A feff-islfsii:':1fx21za2w2ff:fs:,Qsafe, -- -- - ' ' f , - " . -r - .V '. - New to our campus is Dr. Alice Marie DeBros, Assistant Dean of the Graduate School. Since September, Dr. De- Bros has lent a patient ear to many problems. Father Louis A. Rongione, O.S.A., D e a n o f Graduate School . -qxquifg 5, P Q ,J 2 . 5. T 1 .. B L Xi Graduate School The Graduate School of Villanova University dates back to 1931, although there are records of degrees in graduate work having been given since the early 192O's. Originally the Graduate School was conducted from the office which directed the various undergraduate part-time programs. It continued within this structure until August of 1959 when the Graduate School became a distinct entity, under the direction of Father Louis Ron- gione. Father Rongione has been Dean of the Divi- sion since his appointment to this oiiice in 1956. In the last five years the Graduate School has made great strides in development and expansion. At present there are eighteen different iields of study open to students seeking master's degrees. The most recent addition to the graduate schedule of courses include programs in Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Secondary School Science, and Theatre. Since the Fall of 1956 the total of stu- dents in the various graduate programs has in- creased from one hundred-nineteen students to the present enrollment of seven hundred thirty-six. In 1959 one hundred ten graduate students re- ceived master's degrees. Chemical Engineering graduate students, Wil- liam Crouse, Krishnan Pandalai and Jer Ru Maa, check this complicated apparatus as they prepare to compute their calculations for this experiment. Got a pencil sharpener? Extending the graduate program in the vari- ous iields in Engineering are, top row: Mr. Avil, Fr. Mullen, Mr. Auth, Mr. Amelottig bottom row: Mr. Unnewehr, Mr. Anderson, Fr. Ron- gione and Mr. Gallen. It's "Sadie HaWkin's Day"! Actually, members of the Graduate Drama Department are re- hearsing for John Synge's "Playboy of the Western World", directed by Mr. Richard A. Duprey. 95 'F S ., Viirn - xfkkdw, gqgw ,:,,. , Q16 -- -mwi - :Mm.'r'wi?u, fig - ' . :sz f-51 545' 31-5 aifabi x- 2- mf . 5-ff..,v,,4-I A A, ,,X., X, , , in sa ' Q ,img ,.. 5 '- i" ' " " ,Lc,'.?Z.vx 'v 1 3:2 9:5 14. ,uf wr, N ,,m5XG43Q?mZ' 1:4 Awww, ' N f::'21-iii? W H., , rt I 5523! 1 5 ?s A ff' Ji' 419 f VE ,, ,Q 221 2 Ma. .-9 .Av :5 -rm .1 Q.-2 5:3 J T: if I' MJ'-I ff? 5: ' Fr? 2 12: f '92 'C ,, . -Y-I 4 ., it : S ' ,Q 'if 1 f :' iq C ul' , ,1 . C? 'fi -. gr. U ,:, 1:5 Q I :f .aff-. 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While on cruise in the Pacific, midshipmen were treated to a firing of the Regulus II, the Navy's intermediate range surface to surface missile. i Each summer, the Midshipmen of Villanova go on an eight-Week cruise. Last summer, in all types of naval craft, the Middies saw the Mediterranean, the Atlantic and Pacific, and the Gulf. Summer cruises give the Midshipmen an opportunity to gain experience in meeting people and acting as ambassadors of the United States. On cruise each man sees the Navy as it actually is, its officers and men, its ships, its customs and tra- ditions. It is here that each Midshipmen gets the opportunity to put into practice much of the theory that he has learned in the preceding year. It's not all Work on cruise. The many recreational facilities both on board ship and in port, provide the Middies with many fun-filled hours and an enviable tan. Travel and experience, fun and friendship all combine to make summer cruise one of a Midshipman's most pleasant memories. The cruiser Helena is shown anchored in San Francisco be- fore weighing anchor and con- ducting maneuvers in the Pa- cific. A few of the students who went on cruise with the Helena pose on deck before one of her main battery turrets. ' ' Q .ii " 1 ' . ' 'X 1-Lx. ' ' K '5'::.,.,. -. I w 1 . V V ' ' I V M ' 'V . 3 .Q , avg. ff' ' '-1 '-v:1'g.ffgig.s, . : S. Li' .- , , , , .,.,., .4 .. . . , , '. sr.,-, . , IB' sf-Sr ' .pgai,Z,.fg,,:.,:f,.,4:g,-53,5.,,. 55. ,Vv'v,, . , ak ...MG f . W if , .1 A L .W-,Jf',l,Ir,Egi N V. ' -: f - -- i. , -I .. " ' - wif! is 1 . -1 , V ,.. . . . :ik , sf , - ' qZQ,2"gf"f'j'3,: ,iffif::"?":",,g21..'2:55-f7WY?iT533f fGfv'!Q?'eY5fAf4'73Z'Q3'5'5Z4'I:?' -fi' ' 'W-3" ."' ' H 'ff' ' f' ' Q.. . 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' The Queen of the dance was chosen by a com- mittee from pictures submitted to it by members of the drill team. At the height of the evening she was presented with a bouquet of roses by Captain Higgins. Looking back, all the couples who attended the dance enjoyed themselves thoroughly. The Fall Navy Dance provided the midshipmen with one of their most pleasant evenings of the social season. This year the first annual Navy weekend was instituted here at Villanova. It began with the dance Friday eve- ing, Saturday, the third annual military mass and com- munion breakfast Was held and the Weekend was culmi- nated by the midshipmen marching at the football game in the afternoon. Speakers at the communion breakfast included Villanova president, Fr. Klekotka, and others. Later at the game with Dayton the mid- shipmen sat in a group and cheered the team toward a 22-13 victory. Above, the entire W-5 company of Pershing Rifles poses on Mendel field. The company is composed of both an advanced trick, and basic trick drill team, plus a large and promising freshman team. Pershing Rifles bv I, J K. , lit, A, , I The drill team forms an honor guard during the Mili- tary Mass. The Villanova N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team became a member of the Pershing Rifles, a national honor- ary military fraternity, in 1955. Since then the team has participated in meets from Newark to Washington, D.C., and throughout Pennsylvania. This year Villanova claims one of the largest and best teams in its history. Under the guidance of Midin 1f'C Terrance P. Connell, they hold the top position among drill teams in the greater Phila- ,4-.. delphia area. Manifesting long hours of practice by intricate precision maneuvers, the Drill Team performs at football games and other sports events throughout the year as Well as entering into competition with other military teams in invitational meets. Distin- guished on the field by their impressive exhibition, the members of the Pershing Rifles form a proud asset to the N.R.O.T.C. sm Z. .Q . va ..,..a.,..,., .... ,W ...., , .... , ...,,. .. -1' v ,f,, Q yr.. The entire Quarterdeck society poses just prior to one of their meetings. The officers include: Mike McShea, president, Ed Monahan, vice-president, Dick Jordon, secretary, and Bob Bothwell, treasurer. uarterdeck Society The Quarterdeck Society is composed of first- class midshipmen. Originated in 1952, the Society attempts to acquaint the prospective ofHcer with his forthcoming duty. He receives information concerning his duty station, type of ship, remuner- ations, and opportunities for advancement. A Naval officer holds an important position and he must be fully informed on all aspects of the Naval service. During many of the meetings, the seniors are addressed by commissioned officers, Whose lec- tures are so designed as to give them the knowledge which will be beneficial to their careers. The Quarterdeck Society's objective, to span the gulf between college student and Naval officer, is a vastly important one. One of the most important organizations within the N.R.O.T.C., it strives continuously to give the members full cognizance of the career which they will soon enter. ' i 'j 2 f iii: Midshipmen are shown the operations of the Nike mis sile on one of their field trips. 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Perhaps one of the most treasured events of the school year 1959- 1960 was the Annual Charity Weekend. As in the past, the Junior Class sponsored the event. They can look back with pride to one of the largest turnouts for both the Charity Ball as well as the Orphan's Outing. And a lot of Orphans from St. John's will also remember the Class of 1961 and the scholarship fund which the proceeds of Charity Weekend aided to set up. But, of all the events of Junior Year, the one which is remembered best is Junior Week. From the special performance of Turf 'n' Tinsel to a fond farewell to dates on Sunday, this week stands out as the one in the many. And of course, the prom and the dinner dance stand out among all the many and varied events of Junior Week. Under the leadership of President Robert Scalia, Vice President Lawr- ence Bathgate, Secretary Nick Cas- setta, and Treasurer Neil Vaughy, the class had a successful year. IOR Rev. Robert J. Welsh, O.S.A., Moderator. The Steering Committee of the Class of 1961 formulated policy as well as planning the ac- tivities for the class. The members were chos- en on a basis of school spirit and class support. CLASS RI The Villanova Ring! It symbolizes many things. Monetarily, its value as a piece of jewelry is rela- tively small. Yet its worth to the man who wears it is immeasurable. To him it may represent many things: years of sacrifice by his parents, hours of class and study on his part, days spent with his closest friends. To him it will represent the culmi- nation of an effort that has led to both a degree and manhood. i The very face of the ring will soon call back memories of Villanova. The Wildcat, the school seal, the school of study, the year, the degree, each are nostalgic. Yet the school motto is ever present. "Veritas, Unitas, Caritas," these are the virtues the graduate will symbolize, truth in all he does, unity in his ideals and actions, love of God, fellow man, and Alma Mater. These are the things a grad- uate of Villanova will think about as his ring grows old and tarnished. .,,,., .,a:,i ,,., it-.:, 'V,., :F J.. 1: - . . Q'Wait, I'll check your coat." Only a short delay re- sulted while coats were checked for the evening. The reward for patience was the fine dance to follow. According to Villanova Tradition, the annual Charity Weekend was sponsored by the Junior class for the benefit of St. John's Orphanage. Funds were acquired by soliciting donations in the religion classes as Well as from the receipts of the Charity Ball. Besides being treated to a shopping tour, a movie, and a Christmas party, the "Johnnies" also received financial aid for their scholarship program. In look- ing back at the Weekend, it is hard to say who had the better time, the Juniors or the Johnnies! Charit Ball and Dancing to the music of Lew Denison was heavenly. Under the'Christmas decorations, a record crowd en- joyed one of the best Charity balls ever. It only hurt for a little! However, the knowledge that our dollars were doing good for the orphans was re- ward enough. in .,l,, - X 'r .eww K' fa, The pace proved too great for some people, as this cou- ple-With contented Johnnie-pauses in the day's ac- tivities, to rest. "Let's go around again." These Johnnies appear to be enjoying themselves almost as much as their Villanova escorts. Qrphans Cuting - ' A ' . ' . s ..,. fi . The radiant smiles, the happy laughter, the fond memoriesg these are the things which We will remember about the Or- phan's Outing. "Hmm, coronary occlusions and cardio-vascular lesions " dia noses this future medical ex ert. 7 LLLL.4"" Q77 , wil 'i X inf' ,wr - ,Wm f ,A f U Ziff, 'Sf y ag 107 Class of '61 i I i Q .- Y 5 L s 5 'J a n z .-5 4 'T Row 1: Guro, E., Elvin, B., Kaesur, P., Redding, J., Libutti, D., Flood, J., Co- lasanto, A., Calabria, J. E., Flynn, T., Gallo, J., Lisitski, J. Row 2: Curulla, G., Englebach, R., Raymond, T., Bul- lotta, R., Cardarelli, J., Hellenbrand, J., Massey, M., Paciolla, F., Grassi, L., Mazur, F., Stevens, J., Kenny, P. Row 3: Furney, J., Readon, D., Contey, F., Oberlies, J., Nordheam, R., Driscoll, N., Farrell, F., Calimano, A. J., Pilla, K., Glaccum, T., Regan, R. G., Sandi- fer, W. C. ,.. 1:2655 5151: 'wZ!'Z52E' i'f'i-SYQQTH if-,."f:-fJ?f'2vL:1.f2 Row 1: Camden, E., Emery, R., Keeley, R., McGrath, J., Zacchei, A., Cordell, R., Dainton, R., Zehler, E., Michener, K., Libutti, D., McNamar, T., O'Don- nell, J. Row 2: Karoly, R., Cassetta, N., Murray, D., Hogan, W., Loughlin, T., Conbai, R., Doran, T., Graber, J., Murphy, D., Obester, A., Purnell, E., Dow, R., Follmer, J. Row 3: Clune, L. J., Delaney, R. A., Wilder, R. A., Ho- garty, D., Doyle, D. D., Boufford, F. W., Petnillo, F., Caputo, C. H., Men- ster, M., Kelly, J. A., Bress, J., Stein- icky, A. Row 1: Armand, J., Ebenli, F., Palmer, C., Costa, J., Ferland, R., Durney, R., Sugiura, J., Schneider, R., McCloskey, M., Daly, J. Row 2: Deiner, J., Man- ion, J., Hampton, J., Ruth, G., Cona, F., Cicci, J., Ortaldo, J., Engblom, C., McKenzie, F., Meers, J., Difuria, G. Row 3: Neff, H., Melini, C. B., Damico' P., Steeb, R., Tamborlane, R., Diorio, D., Nolan, M., Fitzpatrick, P., Hassin- get, P., Snopkowski, J., Echelmeier, J. Row 1: Miller, C. W., Sekits, D., Gif- fen, R., LoPiccolo, P., Bathgate, L. Feidler, J., Alexander, C., Whelenan, R. Row 2: Phelan, D., Fitzgerald, J. Tripopi, F., Bounclas, T., Baron, D. Dunn, F., Nordheam, R., Phipps, J. Schell, R. Row 3: Hamilton, J., Fer- land, R., Undercofller, H., Cleary, J., Drees, J. M., Davis, C., Boufford, B., Curley, T., Mullen, M., Murphy, T. , , -P ..-,,..., -- --:A4":.-,:,, X ww- Row 1: Corroon, J., Desiderio, R., Pfeiffer, T. J., Schrier, R., Plocinik C., Livezey, J., Mergliano, R., Perella F., Oliver, J. V., Ambrogi, J. L., Kelly, J. C. Row Z: Constantkis, N., Pierson, M. A., Winters, D. L., Raab, L. F., Lesoravage, E., O'Connor, D. S., Ciesi- elski, J. S., Lugbking, T. A., McDevitt, T. F., Meiklejohn, J. J. Row 3: Kardas, S., Ward, H., Zier, E., Toth, B., Mc- Fadden, J., Mohan, J. J., Hawley, P., Crawford, P., Morrissey, P., Kleine, C. Row 1: Pickarcl, F., Corson, K., Gar- rido, R., Lipani, J., Letkowski, R., Mannion, R. J., Renaldo, A. M., Leisey, W., Happ, E., Lasko, J. Row 2: Kas- zupski, J., Bohn, R., O'Rourke, P., Gormley, R. O., Clark, J. R., Ciccone, J. A., Martini, J., Famularo, J. D., Schwartz, M. G. Row 3: Normile, D., Scavella, J., Greve, H., Wise, E., Gen- sits, L., Largh, R., Fagan, R., Bag- shaw, R. T., Farrell, B. J. 7 a JUNICDRS I Class of '61 0.-.,.N...,-fs -- -1... i. s in-.yn n .. .S 2- ...P-u.uw-w irffi-1755 J -ff'-ff"::.' ':' ,IEE ' -:r'i ' I . ' sy:-...E Qs. va, K .X ,Wy ,-.,.: 4. . , - 2:'f.:":-1172"-''2"j:X.',-'?. rf. ':.'2-:-:':N-::h'."2'5:-"-fixI:',r '2'.2- -:,'-,:--.,x'- .N :.,.:, -: X. ,. - ,, 3 - . . - , '.L: -- ' f.:-g-':- gr - ' 2 i. Q V , ' .. . Wearing the traditional "White Hats," the class of 1962, under the direction of the Student Council, did an excellent job of orientating the Frosh. It was they who encouraged the Frosh to adopt the "Hello Habit," and Wear their "regs" correctly and faithfully. The traditional "Muff Day" resulted in a devastating victory for the sophomores. During the year, the "seasoned freshmen" took over many new activi- ties characteristic of a true Villanovan. The first social event of the Class of 1962, the Sophomore Cotillion, was held in the Field House early in the fall. Completing the Weekend Was an autocade to Rutgers and a Jazz Concert. Elections of new class officers, other dances and activities, and studies all lay successfully behind the sophomores at the close of the year. None of this could have been accomplished Without the spirited guidance of Father Kenny, O.S.A., the class moderator, and the untiring efforts of Tom Wall, the class president. The choices of the class of 1962, President Thomas Wall, Vice Presi- dent Ralph Lanciano, Secretary Tony LaTorre, and Treasurer Rich- ard Corsini, were proven to be wise. ago-arf 41115 Rev. Thomas C. Kenny, O'.S.A., Moderator. A Under the inspiring leadership of President Thomas Wall and Stud- ent Council Vice Presi- dent Bob Delisa, this year's White Hat Com- mittee Was responsible for orientating the larg- est freshman class in the history of Villanova. The fine spirit which the frosh showed dur- ing the Orientation Per- iod speaks Well of the job which these men and Women performed. SOPHQMCRES "Congratulations" This year the "White Hat of the Year Award" went to Jim Pleva. The award annually goes to that member of the Orientation Committee who best inculcates the Villanova Spirit in the Frosh. Even the Nurses wear White Hats! Stopping for a meal in the dining hall are some of Vil- lanova's more spirited and fairer Sophomores. V V As his fellow classmates look on in admiration, Paul Rosen tries on his new blazer. z-ix A fig , 1 ,, .Z p ,fall fr will Q, f ...df-"" NX Sophomore Cotillion For the first time in the history of Villanova, a sophomore Weekend was held on November thirteenth. Early in the fall, Peter Kelley and Charles Kelly Were co-chairmen of the annual and memorable "Sophomore Cotillion" held in the Field House. The members of the Class of 1962 "Cha-Cha'ed,' to the music of Howard Lanin's orchestra, tuned to a peppery Latin American theme. On Saturday, the members of the Sophomore class accompanied by their dates, formed an auto- cade to Rutgers for the football game. Sunday, to finish up this illustrious Weekend, The Ramsey Lewis Trio and The J. J. Johnson Quintette performed a lively jazz concert for the benefit of the Augustinian Seminary Guild. Once more Fr. Kenny proves his interest in the class. f Ev ,, A at ' S Chuck Kelly addresses a large group of willing Cotil- lion Workers. These sophomores proved to be one of the hardest Working groups in the school. II4 Taking time out from his many activities, the class moderator stops to help build dance decorations. Even though his date does not appear to be happy, Ed Fitzmaurice continues to Work for the class. M Y , is Y .4........., ,. .,... ...Q , ............... ....,,,, ,... M, A Entertainment for half of the jazz concert was provided by the Ramsey Lewis Trio. l i l The happy smiles of this four- l some indicate that the Sopho- l more Weekend was a success. "We could have danced all night-or as long as Howard Lanin played." Under and around the Mexican decorations, the Sophomores danced to all types of music, even the Mexican Hat Dance. Fr. Kenny, class moderator, presents the tradi- tional Villanova beer mugs. us Class of '62 Thames ,9"3'7Sr-.-'.TLb?X- -7-- - Y--. N,-4 V -vw ' -P251-' ...gil Row 1: Moska, E., Fisher, J., Kelley, J., Fry, T., Piccin, J., Beloin, H., Mc- Allister, D., Duffy, P., Latorre, T Row 2: Higginson, T., Hejna, E. Loftus, T., Begley, J., Jones, R., Bren non, J., Boehmcke, D., Murphy, B. Ranauclo, T., Naddeo, S., Brown, L Row 3: Connel, E., Yablonsky, J., McCafferty, G., Alferi, D., Schlee, B., Lomax, N., Flynn, E., Gallager, J., Kiernan, E., Trabolcl, L., Salfiti, N., Murray, D., Lusher, B. '7CPlJM3'Kl""'iEiE . - -i,L.....frL'f,"w-el."' -G. - . .- ' Row 1: Bacovin, R., Kelly, J., McGin- nis, J., Viola, J., Fabian, T., Gillings, D., Pleva, J., Werner, L., Donati, R., Meringolo, L., Haverlin, R., Esrey, T., Molls, M. Row 2: Ryan, J., Barra- zotto, R., Kaufmann, R., Docherty, E., Sweeney, J., Lang, A., Ziegler, J., Donahue, C., Tully, J., White, T., Kelly, T., Cooke, T., Verone, J., Men- ner, T. Row 3: Gallo, R., Busacca, J., Sarbello, J., D'Alonzo, M., Nolan, J., Berry, D., Malesarcli, A., Odierno, J., Hurley, J., McCann, R., Parrish, D., McMullen, R., Coppolla, D., O7Brien, P. Row 1, De Stephan, J., Visaeso, R., Lennon, D., Debus, P., Lohr, E., Mayo, E., Macrina, B., Lafferty, P., Huner- fauth, F., Gehringer, D., Piergallini, J., Mozer, R., McCarthy, E. Row 2: Dempsey, T., Hannon, M., Kennedy, J., Peterson, P., Navghton, M., O'Don- nell, Harron, T., Curran, T., Dwyer, R., Sammarco, R., Meinhardt, W. Roux 3: Lanciano, R., Niemczyk, R., Larkin, R., McFadden, T., Finnegan, W., Mat- skiela, F., Wilkinson, R., Everling, W., Johnston, E., Horn, L., James, A., Vinci, F. W"" Wi 'EIU' 'WW Row 1: McSl-lea, R., Koller, A., Pes- chio, D., Cicera, J., Schilin, J., Sny der, G., Garigliano, J. Row 2: Phelan, P., Galiulo, L., Kelly, L., Geiger, C. Anthony, J., Bovle, J., DiVittorio, A.: Hartwell, E., McGrath, J., Koniencki, J. Row 3: Plebani, N., Kornowski, T. Gannon, J., Dillon, J., Kent, M., Morl- lu, W., Carter, C., Kostes, J., Chest- enton, L., Eartman, K., Graziano, B S 3 . -W ' '-av. Row 1: Cain, J., Sarbello, S., Carton, M., Rosedale, P., Bayer, D., Bellini, V., Valgenti, F., Ciaco, S., Herce, J., Sorokac, J. Row 2: Bimbo, A., Calissi, G., Vostreys, R., Moran, W., Connolly, G., Lamanna, V., Voegeli, R., Coogan, R. Row 3: Haas, R., O'Neil, E., Fal- lon, M., Riley, J., Crawford, D. J., DiRita, R., Campbell, C. J., Stemniski, M. A., Mayo, E. Row 1: Sanchviico, A., Dovney, J., Freyberg, T., Lucatuorto, P., Harris, M., McKelvey, J., Rodavitch, B. Row 2: Burke, T., Risi, T., Fenstermaker, R., Coyle, J., Moss, R., Carnbria, M., King, K. Row 3: Mruz, J., Cox, B., Guarch, G., Kane, T., Crean, J., Cra- ven, B., DeSanto, J., Noe, A., Lavinia, J. Class of '62 Row 1: Smith, W., Jensen, E., Lahey, T., DiMarco, J., McFadden, H., Flem- ing, J., Nicholson, W., Hurley, W., O'Malley, J., Rademaker, W. Row 2: Costello, C., Boyle, E., Noaglancl, J., Graham, E., Gilbert, D., Quinn, M., Talorie, A., Culhance, P., Cercone, W., Lambiase, V., Ennis,-M., Crowley, R., Quackenbush, J. Raw 37: Klam- mer, NR., Lachowicz, M., iC1L1fley, M., Murphy, M., Dalton, R., Cicala, J., juric, V., Evan, R., Stratman, T., Crean, J., Trapp, R., O?Brien, T., Carney, J., Fitzmaurice, E. Row 4: D'Ambrosio, R., Catalanello, E., Longo. J., Morroney, NC., Kennedy, I., Fras- cella, A., Murray, J., Germer, R., Zhe- lesnik, J., Zedalis, B., Foley, J., Reilly, B., Dante, J., Sevier, A., Muir, E. Raw' 1: Romanelli, J., Mclauaid, P., Tlmrmina, G., Gatier, E., Stiphano, P., Sweeney,,!1., Nlipttger, J., ,Selli.tto, WJ., Tuegi, H. 223 Mccrahn, A., Will- mott, Kneidles, IL., Hodell, J., Kane, M., Durachka, R., McNulty, G., Williams, DQ, McCook, R., Kelly, Wm., McNamara, Wm., Mattina, T., Spittle, 'Wm.,R0w1 3: Koqk, F., Dim- ple, J., 'McCauley,l' W., Baubiero, J., D,Addezio, A., Zawacki, I., DeMar- ino, D., Andianio, J., Senger, B., Koch, W., Rebel, R., Robertson, G., Tunola, T. Row 4: Pazygnat, Wm., Reeber, D., Espsito, R., Mowgieler, W., DiFonzo, D., Kelly, M., Mulcahy, R., Andrews, J., Castanon, A., Gu- tierrez, C., Miller, W., Harrington, R., Minerva, D., McMonagle, J. I II9 On the first day of their college ca- reers, the freshmen faced the rigors of Registration. The endless lines, Waits and signatures were the familiar character- istics. At first, the White Hats were friendly and helpful, but once the "regs" were donned, they began their job of instilling spirit and pride of the Alma Mater in the frosh. The wearing of "regs," the singing of songs and shout- ing of cheers, helps the freshmen to grow more spirited, as evidenced by their tremendous showing at the West Chester Game. The White Hats offered the spirit, the Frosh took it, and through it, became accepted Villanovans. fi , c , 5 v.f.:g5,g,f K af, Q' A-1 , , .9 , ,iissxl i, 'A , Sv ' 1 1 . 3. ' 2 .15 :,, 'uk ,my 'gi ' asv t. t, , --"f Mfg, -2,f -- K. 1 M.sim--f-w,m::::..g::',:, i '.,,g1.x::':,-:,.5 :-, :V - 1v,,3.,,5v'. ,Q wr: an e- ' .. M y wggii-f:g,,,.: fv. ' gig,-2 -- ' h H . 'gi Q fin -Sis". -P ff-f f. H 3 V, . i 2.21. , A TR' , -5 ' : 3 ' S . --9?-'f1:fv",3a 5-3 -2 ' -MP4 o Freshmen -11Afi E5 55 ein" ii, ff 'uif'A " "" ' - ffvfef 1 55:2 f '31, -H ,, , A 1 fi 1 -"1 , V' gf QF- A ' f 4 . - Y I.. wr 1 , ff K W , H 'flfaag A J' y l i a c . . if U Crientation A Q :'V A. J ,f ' ..' ,.VA - 34" " ::fL' Lskggx H f f ,,, 3 VV V I I5 After awhile, the Freshmen become accustomed to the ways of college life. The Pie Shoppe was discovered, as were the many activities. They soon took an active part in the campus life. A class pride and spirit was shown by the large turnouts at the pep rallies. Scholastically they adapted themselves also. The hours of studying soon became a daily activ- ity. Socially, they began to venture to nearby girls' colleges for "Mixers" At last they had a chance to lose their regs at Muff Day, but as precedent would have it, the Sophomores Won over- Whelmingly. - it "ff ' "ffl- " 'fff? i "f ,f., . ,s . 4, fa, . . ev 2 . , -V 1 Z "--4 H , ' ,l - Z g Q , Q. 2, a i,,,, , 1, :fr W -Fi ., I ,'-ii . 1-.1 ' I- 'Y' WY? ff -"" , ' 11252-fl: " A I W' f ,iff-.gf psf ., I ' ' ' F: -., jgi1,f -H+-.r- , f A s 'fm A fl , , wif Class of '63 ,. Row -'I : Buegy, Arcadipane, A.-5 vllhugherty, -'Lg Cowiille, D.g Browrih L5 Bevilaoqua, A.g Gallia, 8.5 DgFuria, BdeQ 1.3 Grosg, W4 Mor- reale, 'Guinan,'H.5 Hopkins, R.g Drincplly E4 Dunn, L.g1 Cross, G.9 Car- gmg, Cipfich, 1.5 Joe, W. Row 5: Boyd,f R.g Bilon, R.g Clay, 1.3 Dillun, lictiglia, 17.5 Bag Dewig, Lg Bqtke, Jig Bukis, 1.3 Brdkan, 1.3 Dae- ewnring, 1.3 Beli, P.g Brady, S.g Bran- colqgni. 1.5, De5hnn, Eg Alleni, M4 Halhranj 125 Bosche, P.g 'Frangen 1.3 Knnblavich, 1.5 Dominguer, 1.3 Brock- myre,'Cag Klekotka, 1.5 Godorecci, 1.5 ' Candihnu, 1.3 Caxsidy, G.5 Coogan, R. Row 1: Campell, R., LaRash, A., Bammer, Luongo, N., Martin, R., Gartland, J., Toscani, R., Horgan, J., Durkin, W., Muller, G., McCormick J., Mancini, A., Januzelli, F., laco- velli, A., Jordan, W., Kane, R., Mariang, T., Floria, R., Mcllhinney F., Meyer, C. Row 2: Kelly, E., Den- ahey, J., Cashin, J., Godby, M., Claifery, J., Butler, C., Cadden, C., Donnon, S., Mastranzelo, V., Bernard L., Lyons, K., Arquin, P., Lukowski, S., Gomes, J., Twedy, P., Leinheiser, D. Row 3: Kropf, R., Lutz, Q., Roset- ta, M., DiNichantnnig, A., Dayies, W., Mclilhenny, F., Dougherty, A., Ferrara, N., Olivere, L., Castagna, T., Garvey, T., Dodda, J., McLaugh- lin, E., Eustace, J., Madden, T., Ddong, W., Rechoski, J. Row 4: Gorman, G., Galvin, D., Deutsch, S., Delany, J., Mullin, J., Gaccelts, N., Mollune, J., Labunetz, W., Johnton, J., Montgomery, R., Bonayita, A., Catalano, R., Cunningham, T., De- Lucia, L., Burns, D., Spingler, W., Fleming, R., Flatley, W., Hodge, J., Bongiorno, M., Showronek, J., Fred- erick,'G., Finan, T., Hurley, V. Row 5: Cestone, V., Loifreda, J., Colitz, J., Borraccio, R., Behl, G., Lennon, D., McKenna, G., Buccini, A., Sta- bilito, D., Mussr, G., Coll, A., Mc- Cuskex-,' E., Hand, P., Brosnan, J., Mann, D., Martella, A., Landamer, D., Herbik, J., 0'Brien, M., Kelly, R., Maguire, O., DiCiurcio, R., Massoth, T., McCarde, K., Siegel, R. Row l: Broderick, J., Miskevise, J., Bona, F., Rsley, P., McKevvitt, T., Connel, G., McLaughlin, J., Cattie, M., Chiappa, A., Chiappa, J., Carr, J., Cosgrif, W., Melcher, G., DiPado, W., Dower, J., Banyan, J., Brier, E. Row 2. Bralnan, K., Erann, P., Diegtel, F., Camardo, M., Bankig, R., Burke, T., Dohenty, F., Cavanagh, B., Collins, B., Doyle, B., Mairone, B., Barton, B., Fierll, G., Fellis, J., Houston, G., Brooks, H., Row 3: Bonner, F., Blanck, M., Barlow, J., Athanasia, J., Belwoar, R., Bird, J. J., Baker, J. C., Beattie, R. S., Dunn, R., Bald- win, J., Bracken, G., Rost, J., Bean, J., Bowers, W. R., Bartz, P., Avery, R., Howley, J., Doyle, E., Driscoll, J., Row 4: Clark, H., Dillf-n,. J., DeBacco, D., Jerque, A., Blake, J., Bell, J., DeAngelis, J., Conners, P., Crowley, J., Degnin, J., Butler, B., Buckley, D., Caira, R., Callahan, J., Bavosa, G., D'Amato, A., Bonaccorio, R., Daly, P., Collins, A., Blaile, R., Bourne, T., Row 5: Bell, O., Prywi- twoski, E. S., Brown, F., Champion, R. A., Birle, J. D., DiAquila, A. T., Bracken, W. B., Bonalera, M. R., Fiocca, V. A., Curran, J. S., Hallo- well, D. J., Cross, J., Birchler, E. J., Callaghan, D., DePierto, A., Curdie, J., Baier, D., Kiel, R. G., Cook, J. A., DeNight, R., Clute, E., Brumfiord, P., Drennen, W., Capozzdo, I., Deal- ney, R., Delfra, M. Row 1: Sobkow, R., McGough, L., Perry, N., Chico, D., Strid, D., Day, C., Kittel, G., Mathews, B., Cron- thamel, D., Martin, A., Hatchell, S., Festa, R., Lombardo, R., Moriarty, D. Row 2: McMahon, W., Petaccio, J., Higgins, E., Dufy, T., Johnston, G., LaRocca, S., Gilbridge, F., Dougherty, D., Golden, H., Allard, W., Wilson, K., Lancia, R., McGrory, J., Cinalli, R., O'Malley, O., Norales, R., Gloria, J. Row 3: Kratt, G., Hauser, T., Ne Ame, E., Lombardi, J., Loar, T., Tromhacco, L., Manahan, P., DeGen- naro, P., Voes, H. Row 4: McDonough, K., Leinhauser, J., Grimm, J., Mc- Donnell, C., Aliieri, R., Milligan, J., Field, E., Ross, J., Merzliang, R., Minecci, J., Moxley, G., Callanen, S., Morris, R., Fleck, R., Beechen, M., Gittleman, S., Kardos, W.', Martino, S., Laorinaites, R., Ray, R. Row 5: Schmida, D., Marence, F., Negnve- tich, F., Phelan, B., Owens, T., Felice, R., O'Donnell, C., Wooten, W., Lao- witz, S., Heio, J., Lynch, J., Marga- ritondo, N., Hagan, J., Murphy, D., Howard, J., Hartman, R., Lotze, W., Kocis, B., Peterson, B., Santor, J., Keegan, P., Manahan, J., Mahony, J., McCredie, R., Simeone, R., Roslon, E., Nota, W., Farrell, T., Strougul, J. V Row 1: Roth, W., Well, R., Seigor, R., 1ohns, B., Hoffman, O., Strsuss, N., Wrzeaniewski, R., Thompson, R., Almasy, C., Broderick, W., Mitchell, 1., Overiield, E., Kusek, R., Schultz, H., Mahan, W., Heimbold, 1. Row 2: Makowlsa, D., Selfridge, 1., Neville, M., Ryan, R., Lewandoski, C., Nolan, 1., Whitehead, C., Pierson, D., Sapner, P., Pio, 1., Sweeny, B., Cornely, 1., Hopkins, T., Cofey, 1.5 Resinski, K., Whalen, 1. Row 3: McNamara, M., Stewart, W., Agolino, S., Gaussa, G., Kobrzynski, B., McCabe, 1., Pulfrey, C., Reily, 1., Lucas, W., McGroarty, M., Quinlan, 1., Smith, R., Tacldeo, D., Panclolfeit, T. Row 4: Neary, 1., Stahl, W., Iantoscia, 1., Orsi, W., Moore, 1., Dutra, A., Reclfern, P., Kiefer, K., Saile, F., Laughlin, T., Phelps, R., Walker, 1., Kanaley, 1., Saam, G., Tobin, K., Roberts, 1., Maguire, 1., Meter, C. Row 5: O'Neill, D., Tanik, 1., Galgalo, M., Wisniew- ski, P., Sheehan, T., Romano, M., 1oyce, 1., Maselek, R., Stratton, L., Stdenico, M., Guenther, R., MaGuire, F., Stork, A., Stanton, G., Weaver, A., Rhoano, 1., Radziak, R., Kelleher, F., Pearein3Yi G., Walker, E., Schrack, 1., Logrippo, 1., Rizzo, C., Smith, C., Vwery, A., Cnulicli, H., Silecchia, 1., Hargy, 1., Kelly, 1. mv.-xg-rxle.-wwmwwuswwfwwkzLf.:'::.:..7e-.fm-.M'-'wmosznefmwvxa Row li Cythan, R., McAlon, N., Frattsrli, R., Canton, F., Lazazzers, 1., Mirabelli, P., Melchiorre, N., 'McGillen, R., Flynn, M., Gleason, R., Reidy, F., Martino, G., Piotti, P., Mager, R., French, C. Row 2: Clark, C., Kelly, 1., Vorraso, V., Murzyn, 1., Loughran, 1., MacFayden, W., Mealy, 1., Miller, D., Roberts, C., Murphy, 1., McDonal, E., Gotlch, T., McGodrick, T., McAnnulla, 1., Ehnow, R., D'Lauro, 1., Lynch, R. Row 3: Roll, 1., Dimino, 1., McCraken, E., Hanley, 1., Dewanduwski, A., Krause, W., Hammock, C., lerovante, F., Kunkie, G.,' Maguire, 1., Miller, F., Leopin, D., Mahoney, 1., Mansfield, G., Heccan, F., Liszewski, R., Ratti- gan, L., Lerro, 1., Murray, E., Fenice, P., Laplaca, L., Maida, C. Row 4: Rosa, M., McGinry, L., Cannizaro, G., Prichett, R., Okdowski, 1., Richardson, H., McLaughlin, C., LeMoult, M., McNamara, 1. Row 5: McLaughlin, L., Paolini, 1., Kons, T., Knox, 1., Federer, W., Calabria, R., London, 1., Hauell, R., Janhidg, A., MacRae, D., McCarthy, R., Lynch, S., De- Santis, M., Young, L., Morris, 1., Castello, 1., Holman, K., Fisher, A., Cassidy, G., Conte, K., Tornberg, D., Bridge, R., Conway, D., Corra, 1., Emery, T., Marzella, R., Gallagher, 1., Shane, P. Row 1: Fortin, T., Ricci, P., Kelly, D., Stetanonicz, S., O'Rielly, T., Flem- ing, R., Malkiewicz, M., Scannell, E., Rempfer, R., Salon, S., Zsharek, 1., Tyler, H., Stevens, 1., Cernigln, R., Riviellp, A., O'Mara, 1., Sullivan, B., Sule, B., Went, G., Ilko, 1. Row 2: Weber, 1., Livingston, D., O'Don- nell, D., Hamilton, F., Cannon, R., Sisca, R., Salvatore, N., Osborne, R., Riveria, R., Wolf, A., Norton, 1., Romano, A., O'Delrirk, 1., Foster, G., Fittin, 'R., Lutlxy, D., Lsngenus, P. Row 3: Hubs, C., Ronan, T., Smith, 1., Zapies, W., Roger, 1., Sheersn, T., Sibde, C., White, F., Lepore, F., 1usan, H., Cyranowski, l. Row 4: Engbloom, 1., Phillips, F., Fetteren, W., Sheehan, D., Heeman, R., Rehr- don, R., Ramspache, R., Sryborski, 1., Sotak, R., MacAvny, R., Fabeny, E., Wetherel, R., Prime, R., Labelle, F., O'Donnell, D., Kubiak, R., Orth, H., Mercadantg, P., Ryam, B., Sce- panski, T., Sobon, F., Kuklentz, R., Snyder, F. Row 5: Halaysis, T., Per- carclio, T., Tatarone, 1., Perretta, 1., Swesky, W., Idell, 1., Novia, R., Gabdid, R., Struze, G., Quinn, D., Risley, D., Tilton, R., Ward, A., Culotta, F., Whitman, D., Nhso, F., Bell, D., Paylick, T., Perzan, 1., Wilkinson, 1., Skelley, 1., Greger, 1., Tyrell, 1., Jankowski, 1., Seborowski, 1., Salvivdo, 1., Stracco, F. Class of '63 5 M.g Watson, M.: x -S 5 Tntterial, Shwartz, M.g Fitzpatrick, C.: Cok, Devaniy, M.g Kimnach, S4 Hig- K.g- McLuski, D.g Dynakowlki, Mzlongy, 6.5 Santonio, A. Row 2: McCormack, D.g Kirk, 5.5 Leep, 15.5 McAdmmg. 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Each sea- son brings new and vigorous activity to this scenic Main Line campus. The crisp fall air sees the annual Basca competition and the football season. Lazy autumn days, strolls down the paths. Cold and often snowy Win- ter brings indoor activity. The balmy spring air changes the cam- pus scene dramatically. Bermuda shorts, picnics, sunbathing - all indicate that Spring is here. The many facets of the school activity are mirrored in the students. They are the essence of Villanova, who make Villanova what it is. ' 2 A' Jail.: E411 'X , :, 11, Q ' is ,gg X -'-flun g ' Yr . .-. f1, . "4i- 'vfn , alia'-i"i-r' YJ- M' ' it. . -rw-N 'H 1 -f ' , 1-A -,ate- s Li'Z,' 'A ' , 5-A A gi 1 ii ' 'Ye as 522: ' ,115 4-aww.-'ff-:. ark '- - I- . ...J-gf :wi ' ' . Q,-pf. ,:.s:1f.w:3--,-s" .NA it .V -:'2-g,a - i ,,..,. . . .,, V-Ja: i7"ifS:"fl-L Z . 5-G. F' - 15. 553 . V -'L :-ggnool gg A 4 5 5-Iifiiiiiiiziiff L 1 . 7' ' zz OF L - r K .Si i li wx. -Q I fi, i 1 i N i 5 ll IZ9 w H ST DENT 1 Y' N svt COUN C 3 , ' 'lll - vm il YXON' Ni? V' ,f '5- ' bil' A11 3 M , . I A. XY' Q W xy N xl X Pictured on the right, are members of this year's Stu- dent Council with the group's moderator, Fr. Girolami. The Council, composed of elected representatives from student organizations and the four class groups, is the liaison between the University administration and the student body. Through its mediation, various sugges- tions and problems of the students are discussed and properly brought to the attention of the administration. President Tom Hoffman confers with his cabinet on what appears to be a humorous issue. It is the close cooperation between this group and the chairmanship that enables the council to function. tudent Government Rev. Dante Girolami, O.S.A., moderator of the Student Council discusses plans for the new Student Treasury program with President Tom Hoffman. - ew , ,.v.'A- . .-. . . ' ' ' . - , ,, ' .afumsaps -y vp fn, f' s 'Q E a E3 l I l T m h -. i. 2 Started around 1925 as a small body of men known as the Undergraduate Council, Villanova's first student governing body was run like a spirit committee, "With the true Villanova spirit of being able to meet a need." Its purpose was to safeguard the traditions and customs of the college and to punish any violations of the same. The first con- stitution, ratified in January 1958, established the name as the Student Council and decided that the membership of the body was to be composed of class representatives while each recognized organi- zation was permitted a one-half vote. Over the years the Council progressed steadily and in 1957- 1958 under Pat Nicholson the Constitution was revised and a bicameral legislation created. Under its President, Tom Hoffman, this year's council has continued its tradition of progress. Among the many new programs in the past year were the student treasury fund, Weekly movies, the Student Council Dance and the "Forum" lec- ture series. Mr. Pollock has a question. This should lead to a motion by Pollock, an objec- ion by Pollock, and finally a motion tabled by Pollock. The Senate . . . that body which reviews and evaluates the legislation submitted, in the main, to che council by the students themselves. The meetings of this small but efficient organization enables the Congress to perform positive action on pertinent issues affecting the student body. The unsung heroes responsible for that voluminous amount of prepared minutes, motions under consideration, activities of the Senate, and the rest are none other than the pictured group of hardy nurses. There is little merit to this job but it is heartily appreciated by the council. Spirit Committee ,, .. . . . .. . '3"'1-.35f. ii' - . ., .. 1 .. .. ., , ,- ,V ., :muh ,:',v:-f':z1:,4,,c,:f A relatively recent addition to Villanova's student ac- tivities, the now famous "Spirit Committee' was inaugu- rated in the 1955-1956 school year, under the leadership of Peter Quinn. Since then, the Spirit Committee has proven to be an excellent means of channeling student enthusiasm. Student trips to the more important football games became a tradition after first being proposed by Pat Nicholson in 1956. Other endeavors of the Com- mittee, such as impromptu pep rallies, jazz concerts, pub- licity drives and the procurement of a school mascot, have helped further the organization's goal of promoting stu- dent interest in sport activities. Capably guided by Father Kenney, the Spirit Committee had radically increased its effect on the student body and had become an active part of university life. Under the energetic direction of these men-Oberlies, Valva, and Fr. Kenny, Villanova spirit attained an unprece- dented peak. Z .M ,,. 5 2 A 1 OE "Give me a V!" Ed Fitzmaurice i n s t i 1 1 s some of the fighting spirit into fellow mem- bers of the student body. Only one example of the rallies that gathered C x p r e s s Villanova student spirit and sup- port. ., ' H , ""' . E-W, ?f:-3? W. ,:z,, - 1, 5 , , ' , ' ii .Z, ' ' V ' - - -. -ig! 1 Q.- W, as Q.. Q... , , ,. -.,. ...ns m - 7. rr .. 1 K. 'Z Q A ,V fi ju , The leader, the instigators, the rabble-rousersi ,I I ,QL V 4 all these depict the Spirit Committee corps. 2'-,1 ,, Without their enthusiasm the spirit embodied in ' 4 , I' 1 "I n ITF? n , -in-,VA I -up.,-ML, , the students would certainly lack that quality " - T 13 ' -'F' " "'1T'-- "-4 that supports a successful team. -1. 'a.-.nA-t . ...- . Q -. , .I --K.-' - -Q ,avr - . Q.,-fn.. . Delta Pi Epsilon , ' 'fri One of the several fraternal organizations on campus is Delta Pi Epsilon, which is exclusively a Commerce and Finance fraternity. Utilizing the aid of Father Joseph Bartley, this organization, under its motto of honor, duty, and justice, was es- tablished in 1922, when it adopted its constitution. Similar to most fraternities, it has for its goals, the principles of fraternity and unity. By bringing its members into a more brotherly relationship with one another, and through its initiations and social activities, the fraternity achieves its second goal, that of unity. Although Delta Pi Epsilon has always been an active organization, this year saw the fraternity actively instrumental in the success of the .Inter- Fraternity Ball. Aside from the minor activities of the year, they have had a Communion Breakfast, and the annual Dinner Dance. Delta Pi Epsilon exemplifies the typical campus fraternity, however, unlike the others, its initia- tions are unique. ln addition to the traditional ini- tiation practices, the performance of charitable Works has been added to its activities, an unusual but most praiseworthy achievement. The moderator, Mr. George Pierce, of the Coni- merce of Finance faculty, has been instrumental in working for a stronger fraternal organization. With the help of willing brothers and under proper guidance, the future success of Delta Pi Epsilon seems assured. ua.. .Ji-P AHB i f y 1 , p V,A, V.AVV V.VV V ,EAp. OFFICERS if A' f' if? gf A ' i 'AA 1',e' 5 ' PRESIDENT .,......Q............ J. Mark Evans f" R '-4'E VICE-PRESIDENT .... . , . Michael Sean Reddy TREASURER ......,... ....., N eil Vaughey SECRETARY .,.....,,,......A,... John Donohue S. C. REPRESENTATIVE 4..A. Laurence Bathgate The seniors with the officers of Delta Pi Epsilon are core of its membership portrays the high quality of pictured below and this segment illustrates the size of the organization. The class of 1960 has contributed the fraternity. Active in all University functions, this much to making this an outstanding fraternity. Truly representative of their fraternity, the Seniors of Delta Pi Mu pose for their last picture with the organization. This class saw four capable presidents and a number of other oflicers who led the fraternity through the years on policies of select membership, ample social activities and finally, betterment of the fraternity itself. Delta Pi Mu has been greatly strength- ened by this year's graduating class and remains as the finest on campus. OFFICERS PRESIDENT . . .,....... Thomas G. Labrecque VICE-PRESIDENT . . . , . Denis A. Cardone TREASURER .,..,,,..,.,.., Thomas R. Peretti RECORDING SECRETARY. .Kenneth R. Kraemer i .,.. 1 ,,... .,.. ....,.r..1 CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Matthew McCue , S. C. REPRESENTATIVE ......, Herbert Lettau ',.,.fa4esE,1cf.1I, See' "ff ' if ig.:-'5 . V .,..,,. L f . 5 - u ., ,. fff . av Q:2:5?:'rT" ' 4' ,.,1.:,,:r2v::,,1ff- ,f,r.sfi"a-z':, V:-g-1,1 fs ,1'p,':'- ': ' ..4,,a:f'a :,.f-,4:1- ,--,.gi4,.3.,-pf,-,:5,-5,"1-ff-:,-ew.'-22..r'5g,',a5,mal: M-1.,, ,. .. 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' 'iw' vff' 4 ,ff ,- cf: .-iff, 165 :..:-if .1'2f:"':w,-'f'r19.-anX:-v-.zvvfv-em f- wif:-:fe .11 1, ---1 '- ,.5,:'..'zffprwwv-'Q:axq,1f,jm,f-,!ps,i,,:3:,If11551-g:,'g:,3:,5.1'+vfsizwgg n In the early history of Villanova the many technical schools which are now in existence were unknown. The entire school curriculum was con- fined to the cultural subjects embodied in the Arts School. D.P.M., formerly better known as Epsilon Phi Theta is the oldest fraternity at Villanova, receiv- ing its first impetus in Corr Memorial Hall among novices and professors. The movement for its foundation is due to a very great degree to Father M. Corcoran and Fr. Joseph Hickey. The primary purpose of the fraternity is to promote an interest in classical affairs by means of extracurricular activities. It was also founded to develop the stu- dents' interest in things of a social and athletic nature. The members of this organization have always been well represented in all campus activities and this year has been no exception with the majority of key positions on the Student Council, Belle Air, and the Villanovan staffed by D.P.M. members. Socially, Delta Pi Mu stands second to none in activity. The Joyce Keily Mile, now a Villanova tradition, found its origin in the Liberal Arts Fra- ternity. Aside from sponsoring this event again this year, D.P.M.'s social calendar included the Annual Communion Breakfast and D.P.M.,s Din- ner Dance. The membership of D.P.M. is comprised of the quality of the Arts and Science School. Moderated by Dr. B. J. Bedard, the organization strives for close fraternal work in pursuing its motto of faith understanding, and industrious action. . . U --,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,, , .,.,,.,. ..,. ,., ,,,,.,.., 1, nf. , . ., , ,. ,. . , ., ., ,. A. v,,.,.,,,. ,,-7 ff,-:.,.a,,:,.,2a,,,, ,f.1.. ,g. 1,1 - 4- .f.,z:fa .11-"iw zz - -1- !.' ffF4255Lf'F3fZ::1:5'41:i: ?.'14'W3:.",i':f":1,f"5'Erff:-FM'15'-:'v'I5',-1lfQ'5g I'-in'p9c"'j2:2f.',1'V':JG 41394 if-TT "29ii2,'Q-.,'s.'f.:'.- 'Pi' 1 - -f H - X f Lambda Kappa Delta Lambda Kappa Delta attributes its founding and auspicious beginning in 1915 in a large measure to the efforts of Father Fink, then Dean of the School of Science. This newly formed organization was originally named after three saints of the Church, Luke, Cosmos and Damian. The fraternity, slow in beginning, continued until 1930 when it was re- organized and soundly established as an organiza- tion. lt was at this time that Father Dougherty assumed the moderatorship. Lambda Kappa Delta, comprised solely of pre- medical students, is the smallest fraternity and yet is one of the most active. The fraternity maintains the traditions which characterize the high ideals of the Medical Arts and Sciences by combining intellectual pursuits with ample social activities. In cooperation with the other fraternities, Lambda Kappa Delta sponsors the Interfraternity Ball and participates in the Joyce Keilly Mile event. In ad- dition, it sponsors its own traditional Communion Breakfast and annual Dinner Dance which high- lights the social season. Through the efforts of its President, Nick Tenaglia, the fraternity again held a party for the parents of its members in addition to the Parents Day activities on campus. The moderatorship of Lambda Kappa Delta lies capably in Dr. Thomas Lowery of the Biology De- partment. Backed by tradition, steeped in high ideals and carried on by the ambition of its mem- bers, this fraternity continues as one of the most influential on campus. 3 f E T 1 T isl f f us e A A ssss fp 4 i OFFICERS ileil ry lies ,Q T or 1? PRESIDENT . . 4.,,..4..4,. Nicholas Tenaglia T ' ' ' VICE-PRESIDENT , , . . . Edward Morhauser TREASURER .....4A..,. ..,.. D onald Ropain SECRETARY . . a E , ......, . . . Dominic Diorio S. C. REPRESENTATIVE . . . . . . Ralph Lanciano The small group formally pictured are none other than These men can pride themselves on their membership the seniors of Lamba Kappa Delta. The pre-meds revel to Lamba Kappa Delta and the high standard it themselves on being a limited but highly organized incorporates. fraternity in their contributions to all campus activities. r Although the days of activity frat life are ended for The high degree of brotherhood and unity they have the senior members of this engineering organization acquired through the years will remain with them for the graduates always belong to Phi Kappa Pi in spirit. the remainder of their lives. OFFICERS PRESIDENT ............ G. Lee Christensen VICE-PRESIDENT . . ...,... James Foley TREASURER .......... .... B rian Scully if ,Liyyl:p,2 if Vgvrl SECRETARY , ,,......... .... H arry Mitchell ' 1 ffgjgL'f,.,1.g ' 4 X2 fgfgi V: 2, V Q 5:g2.g,?,::':,,,5, 512'--fg:5f,f v 'Q..A:'A'.f,5,Eg f ,V 'ff Qw.g'v : 2'-55f:E'Tff:':3E3!j-,sm H- If gg 5 .'wfg.'- , r"11'1,:ei'1f X "-.3 1,,' gg, g M, V5-g?,L.:5,,.:1.q:,.f, ff,r,, ,'. -,'- z M.,-, .4.., ,4f.:,',-,bfwg-:L .. A A KAPPA , " 2:2 3. 1, 5'5ii:'.wTf1:f.,., . 1 ., f1'f'Ef'2f'??f-"Z: 'E35'f'3i?52E52.1-'!12ifi2.ii,4:f1eI.:inf-f.L ':f,1I,-1'-z',-..' if 3 3 -my .L,1,,,,1,. if-,gfzfe--fr,C'-fag 1 gjlk .,-:,',33::-,,13:g1:1,,,gf,y9 ,-5-f,:2,1g'i 13-1-6 3:35:wg-g.12,f.-w, 3,112.1 Aff ,, rf? M Je 52 204- 6111-2, 15392 2,2-::"1 12:7 fi5f?:,f.i5-"I J ,, ff' f2j,,', ff7lfvZ'j:'gE"-f., "'-'ffm-, 'HJ' fn ,,':9'.f-Kgziyg-155k:y'7."55,fffj f - -2 az W.:-1. V cg- 44124 ff'1f:-M "" 'J 21-. - , ff:,-nw.:-1 .,1,.5.'f'5--mej,:W 51.-.,-,1,-41144552-3'.ffvi .,,q:,:,q .Ll ,ic 1, :g-jx, N Ani P.K.P. is the oldest Greek letter organization on the campus. It was organized in 19073 the found- ers having a two-fold purpose in view. They con- ceived a society which would engender a fraternal spirit of co-operation amongst the undergraduates themselves and likewise between the alumni and student bodies. They thought, too, that such an organization would be conducive of interesting discussion on current, scientiic and technical problems. And thus adhering constantly to the original purpose of its conception, it has prospered and expanded year after year until it has become the largest fraternity at Villanova. Such a membership has enabled Phi Kappa Pi to- fulill a variety of social demands. Aside from spirited co-operation in the promotion of the Inter- fraternity Ball, the fraternity schedules an annual Communion Breakfast and Orphans Christmas Party. Phi Kappa Pi smokers are sponsored period- ically and offer feature length films and refresh- ments to the members of the fraternity. The social year of the fraternity is culminated by the Phi Kappa Pi Dinner Dance. Decidedly Phi Kappa Pi is one of the most active fraternities on campus. It incorporates its social functions with a fraternal spirit to give the large corps of undergraduate engineers an organization to be proud of and an organ through which their opinion can be voiced. Under the leadership of Lee Christensen, Phi Kappa Pi has continued to maintain its position as a fraternal body of highest quality. Phi Kappa Pi , , ,.s, . AW, y 4,, ,, ,,.. ,. ,.,t, , ,...,. f-,-. Y 19"cQ3.fyfw- 2 ,f -1 -ix--3 Pi Theta Chi 46:5 -cf!-s?.'.-,ww-A 123-1 ,vw V- N 94,-.U .3f'2f,',.-,., . An.-.-:dv V--v i-'na'45'fE ,c '- MPZZ' - f wpf- , 407.702 1 Q5VE59Y5J7f5W?" '?f'Q1YW'V"'. ff4WZz4ev"f' 5 Pzywff.-,,,,, . . . . -.ef M.: M-.f-Q:ff,.:s1:-f -, ,Q ff A .W -af V aa ,,,e.4,',4! af., 14 we 445: Z- ,,1.,f42.2,.,M-fffwfaesff as M. - ' f f ' .4 1-4 Pi Theta Chi Sorority is the one organization on campus exclusively for the co-eds. As one of the largest professional sororities for nursing students in the United States, both basic nursing students and graduate nurses studying for their degree are included in its membership. The sorority provides for the social needs of the nursing student as well as religious and professional fulfillment. The past year saw the nurses conduct their yearly sorority initiation and sponsor their annual Communion Breakfast and Pi Theta Chi Dinner Dance. In addition, charity was the aim as they helped the mentally retarded and handi- capped children with their swimming, and con- ducted a Christmas Party for the aged at St. Ig- natius Nursing Home. All of their activity was culminated by the Farewell Banquet. just as the Villanova nurse has found a place in the life of Villanova, Pi Theta Chi has become an integral part in the life of the Villanova student nurse. Since its founding at Villanova in 1954, it has car- ried on the tradition of the true nurse, which stems from the time of the Blessed Mother, as part of its heritage. With pride, therefore, the nurses of Vil- lanova Wear the letters of Pi Theta Chi. li: ,f fm.. A., 5505 -va mwam fy ,, .,., M 41, V.,,- , ',5Qf.':,z, , f ' IMP , fi H42-:si4'51xZZ?WfW f'2'zf15fE'af:Q:f'fL.2f m"WZwW--512:i415- 42,4 of ,, f , ff , f , ,M . up ff gmf"41" mfr' -. 12 'ce'JZ'.f".v ,Q '72 fgif- cjf 2721723 V--1.4-m.r.m .. was qafgff. '-,f'f.vf, .gn-1 ,.,m1ff,f.fif, Af, fy"g1m,',-.ff ff,f,,wf,..ff-,1,w,fzzvz.ff fl ff W, . ' " f wg. f' , ,f 1-uw? :uw ,:zfa'1'-'44-.' 12,14 OFFICERS e e 325 VFR?-'W1W?'?f?i?Z4 'if Q! '24 2' - , 94-wf?6Z5'Z52f3Hi,a7" ,, ,f fw,.,,4f,,,,,, Us A. ,,.f-4,,WMff4,f VICE PRESIDE T C -' 42-:meal-' ,.'-'?mfmZ'zC QW-gf 1, We-G,sP7.'xf',f2f,' ':'Q:'f22zfi4: - N . . . . . . , Anne Mc rea SECRETARY .... . Judith Distefano TREASURER . . .....,... Mary P. O'Neill MODERATOR . , . . Eleanor Klein, R.N., B.S. Two-headed photographer? Judging by the expressions of the seniors and sorority oilicers, one might assume something curious appeared at the Presidential the evening of the annual dinner dance. With like gaiety but serious intent, these students, who form the nucleus ,V ,,., f ,,,, ,, ,f.,, , 4,, , . ,,,.,,,. , ,,., , -mme f:y,:g,-offafzzawz jf ' ' wwf-1-'W' of Pi Theta Chi, serve in its guidance and direction. To them falls the responsibility of fulfilling the three- fold purposes of uniting social, ' professional, and religious activities as are appropriate to the nurse as a well integrated member of society. ' f af , f OFFICERS GRAND KNIGHT .,,... Robert G. O,Shea, Ph.D. DEPUTY GRAND KNIGHT .,...... Irvin Keller CHAPLAIN ...,.A, Rev. Norbert Whitley., O.S.A. CHANCELLOR ............,.. John D. Williams FIRST ROW: J. Rhodes, J. Osborne, M. Schwartz, J. Lasko, A. Giagnacova, R. Desiderio, P. Lersch, A. Fisher, T. Peretti, A. Obester, T. Luebking, W. Galm. SECOND ROW: W. Henry, W. Celentano, M. Spahn, P. Floyd, K. Driscoll, Dep. G.K. I. Keller, G.K. Dr. R. O'Shea, G. Williams, W. Barron, H. Lettau, P. Hessler, P. Becher, A. Sheehy. THIRD ROW: J. King, H. Greeve, E. Happ, R. Schell, L. Franz, J. FitzGerald, J. McCoullough, L. DiFosses, B. Farrell, J. Furry, R. Bagshaw, N. Cassetta, D. O'Mara, T. Calabrese. Knights of Columbus The Father Ludwig, O.S.A. Council of the Knights of Columbus began its history on May 17, 1958 under the leadership of Dr. Eugene Powers as its Grand Knight. In its first active year the council made great strides which have continued to the present. The council has received two awards for its member- ship, one from the national and one from the state headquarters. As an organization which has as its goals unity, fraternity, and charity. The council has tried to fulfill these goals by its activities. It is currently sponsoring the education of a semi- narian in India. ' The council was instrumental in setting up a scholarship fund which is available to its members and their children. Each year the council holds a Founders Day Dance for its members. This council has brought to the campus each year some Eastern Rite and has held two com- munion breakfasts each year. On March 16, 1959 Father Ludwig, O.S.A. Council sponsored a Squires Circle at Malvern Prep. By doing this the council became the first council in Delaware County, the first in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia in twenty-three years, and the first university council to sponsor a Squires Circle. During the last year the work of the council was ably carried out by its Grand Knight, Dr. Robert O'Shea and under his guidance the 'council has been ably carried forward. -,..,, .A , wee. J This year Villanova has added nine more seniors to its long list of stud- ents who have qualified for this Society, com- 1 prised of students of the Arts School. ,,, 1 i 5 iiiii I ii 1 achievement among Eoefloo Mo, the eogi- 1 Woe reborn oo oem- 1s0a11S of Tau Beta Pi., honor Soo3eeY1 members Seniors' Who have i 1-scholarship and service. ,111.1.11g-11, ,, '1i:11U ' 1 iii? X 1: az' he 1, .1 111.1 ..,1. ,,, ,, ,l .,K l v 1 1 1 111f1111f1151"1e 3111551111 1 ,, 11,, ,.,1,, 11111111f1:11,.'4v,111 ,,1111i,f , 1 ,,1 -A-1. 1 Delta Epsilon igma Delta Epsilon Sigma, a National Catholic Scho- lastic Honor Society, has as its purpose the recog- nition and encouragement of outstanding scholastic achievement. Requirements stipulate that a student must have a cumulative average above 3.35 . Nomi- nation to the honorary is limited to the top ten per cent of the student body enrolled in the Divi- sion of Arts and Sciences. 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' 1. 1 1 1 r,11'1l1'1"1'?i 1' 11. 11' 1 . 111 " 1- 1,1 '1 e11.,.,11Q' Q11 i11L'i31 1 ' "?'1fif11' X "1'fli11'7s5e5' 'l V i Y l V 1 17121 1 l 1 1 i members have achieved this recognition. li ,f , Ye E+ 11 , 1- Gathered at the 'ban- ,quet honoring their scholastic aohievements in the Division -of Env gineening, are the !Xl,BIlf-'1 bers of'1Chi' Epsilon 1 I ' , --11 Gamma Phi Viill3HOV8,S chapter of Gamma Phi was estab- lished in the Spring of 195 9 under the presidency of Robert Godwin. Its purpose incorporates recog- nition and promotion of scholastic achievement in the Business School. For consideration in this honorary society, a student must, first, be a Junior or Senior in the Commerce and Finance Division and, secondly, must have attained a 3.0 cumulative average. The senior members of Gamma Phi are pictured together in a rare moment of inactivity, a s t h e y proudly represent the qual- ity of the Cominerce and Finance Division. K' 53 N -aa If Eggfwf p T p l sihflj 2 I. iff- I K' QAM:-in K.. , o William R. Barron Denis A. Cardone Charles V. Carroll William F. Coyle Ronald S. Dobies Cornelius J. Drislane Joseph W. DuRocher William J. Gaim John V. Heifernan William P. Henry Thomas A. Hoffman Irvin B. Keller Kenneth R. Kraemer Thomas G. Labreque W. Stephen Mahle Michael J. Mastrangelo Q:-r Q llllllncisx A011056 UD! AN UNEIV Thomas J. Moakley Frank Murtha Gerald A. Pajak Thomas R. Peretti Frank M. Perry Sheldon L. Pollock Joseph J. Pultorak Raymond R. Rafferty, Jr Jon Thomas Rietzke James P. Rolls Lawrence A. Ruth Nicholas C. Tenaglia Probably the youngest of the larger national honorary organizations, Whds Who Among Stu- dents In American Universities And Colleges has, since the sixth year of its existence, enjoyed the active participation of an average of six hundred institutions. Recognition by Who's Who Among Students In American Universities And Colleges means that the student Was officially recommended by the university or college he attends and accepted by William H. Vincent Fred J. Wiele John D. Williams, Jr. Thomas M. Wolf the organization. Selection of nominees is conduct- ed by a campus committee and involves student- faculty-administrative participation. Nomination for consideration in final selection is based upon the student's scholarship, his leadership and cooperation in educational and extra-curricular activities, his general citizenship, and his promise bf future use- fulness. Conclusively then, these men represent the tops in achievement and are among the best that Villanova produces. My-H" ,.,f I ,.,e.:::f' " 4 ,H 5 Thomas R. Peretti, Political Science Major and Editor-in-Chief of the 1960 Belle Air, has brought vigorous leadership, dynamic innovations, and determined policies which should be lasting contributions to fu- ture staffs. The 1960 Belle Air fwf.-'m-fz- M-1'-,f,,,,,-.,,f,.. ,Zu ,H , , - ,. , . ,, .,,,i , ,, Y, ,. ,.., .,,. , ,., , . ,. , ,X ,. W, X -.,.f -a'?7Wsff ' ,f'ff?,"2f2'1-' Qi! 4311" :vi ' 141 fl--1 , '- ' f , . . , ' ' f -9- I I ' .,,, ' X ., f V ' 'f " l50 J, 5 N in y Cheerful Bill Celentano, Associate Editor. Also photogenic is D. B. McCoy Managing Editor. In 1922, during the presidency of Fr. Driscoll, the first Belle Air yearbook was published for the student body. Named after the old Belle Air estate on which the University now stands, the annual publication provided a lasting record of the year's most prominent events. Under the editorship of William 0'Leary, the first yearbook portrayed almost every aspect of student life and provided a starting point for an unbroken Villanova tradition. Father Falvey became moderator of the publica- tion in 1935, to be assisted later in his tasks by Fr. Sullivan in 1939. It was with extreme difficulty that the Belle Air continued to be published during the War years. Financial obstacles and the increased strain of Wartime conditions necessitated a decline in its quality, though the book was printed Without a lapse, until the more prosperous post-war period made it possible to recapture and continue to improve upon the original excellence. if 'a1....' 1 rfi iilfi r's,:1 1 ,,y.r L f 5 s:.,y . .tr '.VaV 4 322 .if i 2 r'ii if r....yt fi i-r ' A ' i-.. i nanie1lii.P4,s.spiaaa -iitq -Fiiif ....y . errsatt 4 r.'. .ail ilfr. fi seiie. 3 .gioii i..rr 9 -,io'i- .ly"a h0?ii5iS- ,r'r'ii, ' Y , . , ,L ...p'i.ry BQ., gsweeney tttr Q . Merikarigas - 1 is.a. Florence 'A ' Q .'serrsr1 Q-Y.f,f i-" I . i if A . 'A Aeademieieditor: , .iir Q f.-t . . . .y'i 1, ,'.' Denis, Cardone .Underclassz editor . .V . , ,.Yi QF. Wilham Boufford Activity fjeditor ...A .A .... A . V, . .. . .John'B. Castano 'Senior editors V, .V . . Q .Alan A. Fisher, William P. Rogers Sports editors . . p Michael Spahn, Lawrence P. Maucher inaeure editor ........,..,..... William B. Friend Uthman.-.4 Tempered by many years' experience in their roles as moderators, Fathers Falvey and Sullivan along with Father Shurer guide the Belle Air staff. Utilizing his newly instituted system of adver- tisement and dabbling in high finance, Daniel P. Spada acts as our competent business man- ager. "Pm sure it's spelled C-A-T, Jim," answers Eileen Grayson, typing editor, to a question posed by Jim Merikangas, Belle Air copy editor. X f M Aifable art editor, Thomas B. Sweeney absents The duties of a layout editor are many and himself from his sketch board for a moment to varied, a fact to which Jon Rietzke will readily pose seriously for a Belle Air photographer. attest. Mr. Sweeney is the center of attention as mem- bers of the staff discuss a problem of photog- O raphy. 'WE' An unprecedented occasion: the Belle Air editorial board finally poses together. Theirs Was the task of compiling the yearbook, scheduling and rescheduling pictures, writing and rewriting literary copy in addition to serving as liaison between the executive and general staffs. l 4 I "Hey, you with the camera.', How often have these photo staff members heard that over the past year. Nevertheless, under- manned and ill-equipped, they provided the Belle Air with out- standing photography work. ak? .4. ,fl f .J 6 M- 4' . 4. ' 2 "' ' "1 ,a ...f- '9' he , . 4 V f - A cuff-,f fq,M.,'.V x.Vf,'g,, 4 . fgz, V . , ff-Qwffd-,S wif" ' ZZ: ' ff:YY" ?f:f ,,'- if , ,. 4. .,. ,, , ,. . ,V A ,, ,V MM. Vg, , . lj 5? ,. ay. ....,, . gi, U3 1 , at if 11' fl , V , ,,,. " 'a 4 , ,. r" ' 'V '1 437453i'e".?:7??fw7f'-if-iflfi' ? , . , , .. f ,, ,. ,jar 1 " ,, , V- as .- , V. .1 f.. VV ""- f' ,V f , . , - . ' ,- ' 3 0 v- , , . 1.2, 1V ' . , . M1 , of -.:..,ff.fg,1V,y ,4j ,,,,,..,,...-. , ' '- ' ' 5 ' -I .f Ziyi:-.,7:? ,,f',3 1,2 - W," xl J" 9 - ' gi ' A :ia L, - f f ,V M-.,.f.1..,--wVt,r...,,4Jf mr. .V ug H ' , ' X' 3 Vzwfafffzfp:f..a.:V:,,f:f-VVnz - . V. Vw f W ,ig , ,, , , ,. Joseph Perozziello, Photography W, at f dx ' f ' 1 h " fra f e1or,1na ypica pose as e ,X fgyy g again captures on film an event of importance. f .V Vw iw ,Af 9-efwfa,,'a -Q . - ' A .5 aw,-ff - V ,. ra- f5ff.w.V?9Vfzfff.,V,.f .V , 1 ,i J. sf:-...-4321:-e'..fi'g:,f -,:':f::',i33"a1 . V V- f fiff V ' w,a'..fr.- a .4 . mf: ,,..f..f..V,, ,fag ,J W, ,f ,f .. ., . ., ., i. ,, ., 1.05.5-'Zya-1,fvri,g ',1,,'- P1 ,fra ' ., 'Q' sf .V 2- -2, - ' , . .ff a2'fsbif4gT59ZfV 5' 22s?1?'ef2s1f,1 fd? f,?U.12V-Vf1V5iE:'V,4a 'MW' - 4" ' W "'f"ff2- ' f4'U.'.'1',21,c"'Wp1 ui .,.. ., -V I-, . wwf f .. Z a4.ff,,, 1 au . 11.1 .. ww-,.V V4 ff. .az ..,,,-is ' ' G W 36 ,.j:f -' 3,-,V 5 V 4 ga Q' 'gif , ' f ' tgiyf ,141-"1'--::.,:.:f1--waz'-',.2. :'.z::,"1af'-Vi..seg-.2 - :wr 11' , sa 1 af V. .-.a.- 1 :JV-...V ..g,,-..,,.- . , ,,g:3W,, 1 , 4 245 :'.:1.e" f--1':.1 ve 1 aw .- 4 Q hw fag? f':"1fi:-s1V2fS:'e1.-12' f"'I f . , :am ' mv if ,fr a f , fx 'fff X ff 4 ff f Q51 gf? ja if 4 5114 And so, volume thirty-eight of the Belle Air has gone into publication. The staff looks upon it as the finest in the history of the book. Un- known to the reader but ingrained in each member of the staff are the hours of hard Work, toil, and even tears that Went into its cover-to-cover prep- aration. The diHiculties encountered and the obstacles overcome will never be a matter of record, but to the students Who pieced this volume together, they are real nevertheless. From Tom Peretti, editor-in-chief, down to the last typist on the list, each staff member has contributed unstint- ingly of his time and talents and is proud to present this volume to the student body. I53 The Villanovan The "brain trust" of the Villanovan spends Monday night and much of Tues- day morning each Week at Long's Pub- lishing Co. getting ready to go to press. E r ..,,..gM ' svn, 4 The bulk of responsibility in publishing a newspaper falls heavily upon the editor-in-chief, but Tom Wolf has proved himself equal to the task. Tom Wolf discusses some sports shots with Frank Matunis and Joe Perozziello, two members of the Villa- novan's photography staff. '-+3 Q. XX -Q f sri' i J ,-.-, -..'.. J ' 5 ' ,,,' . 1. c "f2?Ee1,lf:f ":' 3 ' , p, f-if ,,,. ' Y. V j . VA:s - " ' iT1llliliIllIlIHBlg',51V', .", ,Il I I V: 1 5 A , Via Novin ufraii ', Q The Villanovan, one of the university's most influential student projects, has been in existence over half a century. The first issue, published as a monthly literary journal, appeared in 1893 and the present newspaper has evolved from these beginnings. The Villanovan became a weekly in 1928-1929 and in 1932 was re- modeled according to modern editorial and news standards. Under the guidance of Father Louis Rongione, O.S.A., the Villanovan has grown to become the successful publication which it is today. The year 1959-1960 brought the larges issue of the paper ever printed. Directed by Tom Wolf, editor-in-chief, the staff has given a clear, comprehensive coverage of campus and world happenings, and has emphasized public service and student service. The introduction of student opinions and the sports supplement typify the continued progress of the Villanovan toward professional journalism. ' , swf' "Now this looks good, Phil? Mike Donohue points out the potential in a picture to Phil Valente, who pon- ders the Wisdom of this selection. "C'mon, Jim, think up a cut line for this picture so We can go home," Tom Troy entreats Jim Driscoll. The "personality" side of the Villanovan is supplied by the feature columnists, Bill Speers, Bob Brothers, John Castano, Josephine Morello, Tony Macklin, and Jim Bising. Jim Murray, sports editor, and Mike Donohue are amused by a photo which they are considering for publication. The look on their faces causes one to Wonder how sporting the picture is. Wednesday afternoon in Dougherty Hall is highlighted by the arrival of many neatly-tied bundles, and the Word is quickly spread, "The papers are here!" if! -alfa Check lists, paste labels, glue stamps . . . Week after tiresome week. The job of mailing out the Villanovan falls to Circulation. From the first assignment until the presses roll, each issue of the Villanovan represents innumerable man-hours of Work and considerable journalistic "know-howf' Unlike the many other organizations on campus, the publication of the student news- paper is a full-time job, requiring its staff to do all the lay-out and paste-up Work as well as the writing. This year, despite an undermanned staif, the Villanovan has increased its circulation to an all-time high and, as a superior newspaper, exemplifies the Work of its members. "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning . . ." Staff members Denis Cardone and Mike Keys receive some professional help with paste-up from a member of the Long Publishing Co. art staff. Tony Macklin reserves judg- ment on an issue as he listens intently to an unseen speaker. "I know it's here!" Bob Brothers frantically checks "File 13,' for his next column. Senior editors Tom Wolf and Jim Mur- ray consult with one of the printers A E on the back sports page layout. J p ' and 32 years and other information may be obtained in the Placement Officeglocated in 'the basement of SheehanlHall. AI,E.E Convention Held Th-is year the annual AIEE- IRE convention for Eastern ecol- leges was held at Princeton October 1, 2, 3. Leo J. Young, branch chair-A SBXLIOFS H1 , l Ring, Committee 'Chairman 1 Jaime fri-fzgeraid has announced. several- changes in the procedure of procuring class ringsfwhich were ffirst made available to stu- dents, yesterday. V i Rings not picked 'iupl 'iydstet'-' day, or which were returned for candidates an correction, may be obtainednin the University Shop after OcQ tober 20. 'yr"i Students who felt jtiiat, their rings: were improperly fitted 'weren asked to Wear them until October 20, Elitzgerald"said,', bie- cause frequently .students unite-- custorned to a, heavy ringowill .miS-takfmly ibelievegit is notice:-V rectiy fitted, After this, n genuine complaints will be hanjdledg' l l' Fittings for anyorrellwho. did not order Aa ring last semester twin be taken, on oc,fober"13., 'Fi t z g ejr -a 1 d emphasized' that rings of all classes previous,-Alto, 19.61, and in almost fall styled will be available. p fgf, lyiv lf man and Professor Richa.i'd,D. r ' e J tl , 25 Avil, branch consellor, repre- sen-ted Villanova. Professor'Avil iCapsf4wil'l ,bei besrtowepdf .'V' . stated that this is the first ma- Vigflanoygys psophqmgfeg nijljgeg. jor meeting for the new year this Sundaynat Qppm' Q which should includeufourfto six J' ,Very ,ReV'Vl1Ohln5 field trips in addition to the y . , I , ,pn ,, , monthly meanings- l n ,l Q?S'Ai'L ,esp 'fesldintgf imilii 19295699 Of ,primanyr incerestf tow the Q1'l student is the -student :i1targest',gr0UP'6Y?f ifQllfi'3beQ,f,Capgied,, Paper Competition which Selects l'ly a ti Vll'li3fIlQV31,V'd'llI'l1lg'A.COPGIIlOilidSf a prize winning paper: to ,V,, refpre- .ini the UniverSify. Ref. Sent the id1?tUCt,la'i? that .fmals :Josephs Burns, fO.S.A,',, willf de- next summer., r V .a e s a r l M yn r .. l,1n l .,-' , -liver thefsermon. is m The society is alJoin.t.chapter,y yely f ,gfjuh 2 with-ia ,mutual president 'rand - ei?tgg??plf9. ll',l he tap? vice-president' and P separate sec-i nsvsclsleSlsfllfiserrcel for f1hepr1H1'- retaryjand, itreasurerg- it ,, g i' in s ses.,B.eforenbeingifoldaed,thecap. Scalia lplu S1 cies 'Agenda The junior classsteering' com, mittee- held, its initiaghmeeting last .Wednesday night. A . general outline .oft 'class functions for the coming year was presented to the 32-member a d vis or yi group 'by class president, Bob Scalia, ' , Scalia also 'announced' that. 'Week will be May 2-7, The prom is scheduled for the 6th and the Dinner Dance is slated for the 7th. - Bob Redmond, day-hop arts, and John Livezey, resident en- gineer, were named co-chairmen of the prom committee. Other heads of committees an- nounced were Bob Bohn, resi- dent arts, chairman of Orphans outing: A. J. Calimano, resident C8zF, and Tim McNa.mar, resi- dent arts, co-chairmen for the dinner dance. Scalia aiso reminded the com- mittee that there will be a. junior class meeting in 206 Vasey Hall 'resembles a' Sacred Hostfwhile folded, resembles, a bishoph: y rnititeg The 'hack of the cap Qshapes into fa- blue ,Villanova ,UV n ' ' V 'V -The girls to be capped are: Louise Antonini, Florence Benas, Gael Casey, Judith DeStephano, Mary Fay, Joan Gadren, Patric- ia Heap, Judith Jones, Judith Koscielniak, Edith Mihaly, Janet Pomponio, Marylin Rushin, Lor- etta Schmidt, Constance Vivino, Johanna Jahner. Suzanne Colon, Sandra Cow-- hig, Patricia Duffy, Mary Gam- ber, Mary Kleha, Anne McCrea, Patricia Massi, Josephine Morel- lo, Frances Myers, Catherine Rucker, Mary Scanlon, Margaret Sharkey, Phyliss Taylor, Mary McConaghy, Mary Hickey. Prom In The Making The Junior Profm will be held May 6th, it was announced by Bob Scalia, class president. "Though all of the committee chairman hnvn nntnhnnn, nnnxnzi Editor Frank Murtha studies a fragment of poetry submitted by a promising student for a future Lynx. The Lynx , In 1948 the "Lynx" first appeared on the Villanova campus after long planning by Rev. John F. McShea. Since then it has become Well known not only locally but in many other colleges throughout the country. The "Lynx," a quarterly publication, written by the students themselves, contains creative work in the form of short stories, poetry, essays, speeches and criticisms of plays and books. This year the "Lynx" is edited by Frank Murtha and is under the joint moderatorship of Dr. Phillipson and Mr. Mitchell. YQ The working staff assemble to put the finishing literary touches to Il rough copy of a Lynx pub- lication. l 1 ff ew-- s I. N , , 1 - ff xxxp "One impulse in the vernal wood, will teach you more of man," quotes Frank Murtha as his staff ponders his words. - ! 1 I X 805219 K3 , 'l-'Ti 9 'A Q Consultation frequently with faculty advisors, Mr. Frederick Burgess and Mr. Robert Nally, removes much of the technical burden from the shoulder of editor Charles Presley. Such a publication, in presenting theory and practice in the business field, finds editor Presley and staff often in discussion on a matter of policy. Formally posed, the editorial staff and advisors of this year's Business Whirl can be proud of a publication which surpasses all others in ex- cellence. The Business Whirl V, I nfzl-f.:,::f: :gy ,f -V-f , .,:,gl:,-, -,Vf.,.,i-Lair. - Z3 Arvy Q if I, ,A gfyllv, gg, ,V ,, ,.,V ,Vg - , A 5 . V Twice each year, the Business Whirl is published for students in the Commerce and Finance division. The magazine, this year under the editorship of Charles R. Presley, was published to give business students a greater knowledge of new developments and current points of interest in the field of commerce. It treated of such topics as automation, advertising procedures, and production control. Originated in 1956 by the Dean of the Commerce and Finance School, Fr. Bartley, the periodical provides an excellent medium through which students may voice opinions or report research Endings on topics of interest to all in the business school. I5 l - ...- v ' -.v,, 4 ,',., ,,, i ' , , , ea.!ll5!'9Y-'A gi fi if V, illanova Engineer 5, l 'z ' ,gm :rl . .. ... 7:,g.53Qg-ea. - .-A HW' 'I ' rx -1 W is ' . r AL, The "Villanova'Engineer" is a quarterly magazine published La- . f fi by the School of Engineering under the capable management of its moderator, Father Vrana, and editor, Harry Siegfeldt. It was i,, 5 originally known as "The Owli' until 1931 When it became known 1 - ' s W' 1 as the "Villanova Engineerf' Its publication affords the student contributors valuable ex- perience in technical Writing which they would otherwise not receive. The "Villanova Engineer" from its origin has shown the true achievement of the school to which it belongs. Stanley Ciesielski, debonair typist, is ably assisted by Robert Paternostro and Horace Stough. Any publication takes work, Work and more work. As illustrated the Villanova Engineer proves to be no exception with Stanley Ciesielski, Harry Siegfeldt, Dennis Swift and Charles Uebele, comprising the edi- 1. ' V- f ,Ex 'fir 6:1231 f ? ? - ON Q i iii nn: 1-Levin . , P I 1 if 1 1 T ., , .X px -NF - ,--- ' , , ' ' -- -l. lf' ' . id: flnxi I Meet Harry Siegfeldt, editor-in-chief of this year's Villanova Engineer. Truly an outstanding publication, he can take pride in a job well-done. torial staff, ponder a problem of material selection. Due to the technical coverage by this publication, the liter- ary composition becomes exceptionally difficult. X f"'f"3 t VN15 i q The Mendel Bulletin The "Mendel Bulletin" appeared in 1928. The publication is truly a tribute to its namesake, John Gregor Mendel, an Augustinian Geneticist. lts purpose is to stimulate extracurricular inter- est in the biological and physical sciences. lt is a journal recording the results of research and experi- mentation of graduate and undergraduate students of the School of Science. Founded by Father Dougherty in 1928 and now Linder the guidance of its moderator Dr. John A. McClain and editor Michael Mastrangelo, the mag- azine rates high the field of student scientific publications. A big choice is made by our future doctors in regard to the selection of material to be used in its new edition. A serious discussion ensues as editor-in-chief of the Mendel Bulletin Michael Mastrangelo brings a problem of this year's publication to moderator Dr. McClain. Meet the editorial staff of this year's Mendel Bulletin headed by Dr. McClain of the Biology Department. This yearis staff has done an excellent job in maintaining the traditional ex- cellence of this publication. l new VIL iz is pm. swM14-f'fssMf4ffv:f.f1l44.-'ff1 .1-4! vf'12' sx'f ,nw 'AMW 0 'ff f f 1 W X' ff' 7 "' WVIL, Villanovafs radio station, has come a long way since its origination in 1946. It began as a student project which resulted in the construction of a radio transmitter. The station was officially opened Dec. 7, 1947, and broadcasts emanated from the third floor of O'Dwyer Hall. Rev. Ralph I-Iandran, O.S.A., was moderator at this time. Some degree of campus recognition Was attained when WVIL moved to the Classroom Annex in 1949. An additional move occurring in 1956 placed the station on the second floor of Dougherty Hall, its present location. During the short span of its existence, WVIL has undergone a process of continuous growth, and at present is one of the largest organizations on campus. The station provides music for the pleasure of its listeners, and carries campus news of immedi- ate interest. At the same time, it provides a pain- less means of training young men for their future. Under the direction of its moderator, Mr. Charles Smith, and station manager Dan O'Mara, WVIL continues its progress. Dan O'Mara, station manager, is so absorbed in his reading that he is unware of his surroundings. Apprently, his steps have guided him automatically to his second home, WVIL. Dan O'Mara instructs Mr. Smith, WVIL's moderator, "Now what's this?" Engineers puzzle over WV L's "Sign here, please." tape control panel. , J 1 ' f Without the help of these behind the scene workers, WVIL would never be able to broadcast. Pictured are the engineers and several announcers and librarians. "What are you doing?" Bob DeLisa asks Tom Wall. Butch McNally, news and sports director, demonstrates a Wide array of talents as he readies sports announcement for broadcast. Often, the man behind the voice on a radio program becomes something of a mystery to the audience. Pictured are members of WVIL's voice, the announcers and broadcasters who nightly bring entertainment into the dorms. The experience these men receive on the station is beneficial, regardless of their future careers. Barbara Smith is pleased with her choice of records, but Judith Boschetti would rather hear Johnny Mathis. Tom Carter, chief librarian, looks on with amusement as the girls select records from WVIL's large assortment. I64 X X, , "Well, I think it would be better if--N Father Klekotka's answer to Dan O"Mara,s question seems to surprise John Oberlies during one of WVIL's special remote broadcasts. V I . The problems of selecting records can prove to be a difficult one, but Charles Laubus and John Oberlies agree that Pat Boone's Navy album is a good choice, While the engineer in the back- ground remains unconcerned. i-ei 5- -fazsff-333 Ah, the joys of a staff meeting! WVIL, 52353252 too, like every other organization, must ' have its share of the official discussion groups. One member, however, seems to be rather disinterested in the pro- ceedin gs. Although the finished program is the only part of WVIL apparent to its listeners, there is far more than broadcasting involved in running a radio sta- tion. Programs seldom " just happen," they require careful planning. Records must be properly filed and readily available to the D.J.'sg the desires of sponsors must be borne in mind and carried outg news has to be broadcast accurately and speedily, and all the while station engineers stand by, con- trolling the technical performance of the intricate equipment. Such behind-the-scenes activities prove that there is more to WVIL than meets the ear! 411-+ fm The problems of a broadcast dissolve when handled by Hank Greve and Mike McPike. DRAMATICS Leander tactfully expresses his gratitude for exceptional hos- pitality. Innkeeper bring on the Wine and slapstick! P Closely united with the history ot Villanova, the campus dramatics Society, Belle Masque, traces its founding to the late nineteenth century. Established as the Dual Mask Club under Rev. John F. Burns, the club was reorganized in 1929 as the Belle Masque Society. The first performance Was a variety show, entitled "Sun Upvg it was presented that same year in St. Thomas Parish Hall at Rosemont. The efforts of the early dramatists were gradually real- ized with the increasing success and reputation of the society. Soon, off-campus performances were scheduled more frequently in acquiesence to the demands of their audiences. Over the intervening years, the Belle Masque Society has undergone minor changes but has enjoyed continued success as its presentations of highest quality ascend the stage. lzflirsa-1"r551 S s fJ' Taber, ffl' 195, '- if - -9 Q- . .KW A 531: QB 07, i isx CQ! XV :wf j ' mm-e-1. K' il -1 -Qi WEL , it-25 140 fix l ' ill 'i l 'I 1 I 173511- :mf H 1 S ' -I - ."'- aa, " '52 7 . . ..--. xK r .. , '- avffl? . 1- -,,-fiihw , , , ' P - Hbvsm 1" Belle Masque A V1 Eb. li 4 W-JW? 9 P , His "Master" conveniently avoids in- volvement as Crispin deceives poet, sol- dier and innkeeper. li ' Justice and Innkeeper listen suspiciously as Crispin attempts to bend the law. li 6 Signor Polichinelle fjohn Barlasj centers the stage in this captured scene. The cast takes a break before resuming a rough rehearsal. - Q- 5 K me , 'Q+x 1 ?, J r K ' A X ' Q., I 1" ji? ii. '-W e 5 ' .H 1, Mg, , - I' 4. -I-A 1 my I ,. , ss 2 e we--1 p LL' 0w3g'V I. ' 47' , nw '-- , ' ' meg: , f X f' -.ff ff A' 2 . gf , f X X Leander fRay Kantraj attempts to Woo the fair Silvia fCarole Miceliy V 3 L-'N-Mi The finale illustrates the costuming and stage design that Went into the production of The Higher You Climb. Truly a fine production, the Belle Masque Society is proud to add this performance to its thirty-one year history. The Higher You Climb 4 'Q Z J" It,s a matter of balance, as members of the en- semble exemplify additional skills of that talent called acting. Violence is the action as Crispin besets the inn- keeper. Leander's pose suggests "Fear not, let"s run together." Donna Sirena pensively awaits the ar- rival of her guests unaware of Crispin and Leander's clever deception. The achievement of Belle Masque is not quite complete Without mention of this yearis musical production, "The Higher You Climbf' This first musical in the thirty-three year history of the Society, proved to be an overwhelming success. The present director of Belle Masque, Mr. Richard A. Duprey, is largely responsible for the popularity the So- ciety has achieved in recent years with particular emphasis on this past season. A fine production, as exemplihed by 'The Higher You Climb," truly shows the Work and rehearsal that Was involved from the role of the male lead to the services of the most unnoticed stagehand. It is such co-operation among the variety of neophytes that truly accounts for the long life and success of the Belle Masque Society. Crispin, clever artisan of Wit, deception and manipulation, dis- covers that Columbine is indeed a tender blossom. Her bounteous potentialities are useful and must be given due attention. Two stylish rogues, Crispin and Leander are determined to elevate their status in life through mutual collabora- tion. After all, justice is too abstract for charlatans but the fall is a hard one. .sei . -. . 1 .,x.,.1, ., W,-..-.W .-ss X . i 4 3 1 i E 1 l 1 3 l I i Turf and Tinsel had its origin in 1933, when Villanova,s foot- ball coach, Mr. Harry Struhldreher, and Alumni Association President, Mr. Martin Gill, conceived of a musical comedy group composed solely of athletes. The name of the infant group was quite unique. "Turf" sug- gested sports, signiiicant of the athletes who composed the greater portion of the club. "Tinsel" refers to those affiliated wich any phase of stage activity. A period of indecision coupled with a lack of original music hampered the group for several years after 1934. With the coming of the War Turf and Tinsel was discontinued until a need arose again in the post-war years for a musical comedy group as had been active in the thirties. Consequently, a revival 5 The Murphy family is the focal point of the T 'n' T show. Mrs. Murphy fGary Tackasj has so- cial ambition for her son, Larry Uack Berkenhuerj as Mr. Mur- phy fTony Bateman, remains unmoved. i Larry Sue, Boo and Foo end their famous burlesque number. , I ' ' ,sis . ' Q b.,lf.'.5'N,x, A .-.ajrf p ,,., X wc.: I "' W , " H ... -' , Rf? , 1 rf! piet y ll., . ' A X If ,i 1 N .'f....v. ta' , . aa- sk' - r ,,.. 3 f - A .'.f 1 '. . w . "1 . - su - '- - ..-:. we-:-4-. - . l A -3: X I 1, IQ... : .,..,. Rm f fm I -ig Mortitia fjohn Gozoj and Ryan x '- H if :QHP 3 .xpl Vx fDon Kempfj composed the ',,' V' 1"i jglijfT,a,-j.15-j.y'F1 . A 972 ...' . r, frwfifm-ZJjvf?"'5"' if comic leads g L r,ixg3g5,:U1,,. . 61 7157 fffqbf' - 3 ' -'i'-' f - - 1 f .,. , V . if I X ff 6 f I GE l h fl' V. 4. myy' .xjjfliq 0 Mmm 4 :- I lllff an I IHSC f' ' L' 'f i' if X X 41.4 .',.Z v,., II, .,-.s, ga Aqsvl. 5 N wg l70 Who would think that this hardy group could don femi- Their faces frozen in unusual femininity, three members nine apparel and perform with that high caliber which of the chorus line respond to the strains of "A Tisket, is characteristic to T 'n' T productions. A Tasketf' of Turf and Tinsel Was undertaken, largely under the inspiration of Mr. Robert M. Whelan, the group's new musical director, and Rev. Michael J. O'Donnell, O.S.A. Thanks to this rerbirth of the popular group, several successful productions have been given by Turf and Tinsel, including the more recent "Man in the Gray Flannel Toga" and "Piper Heidsieck 98.', The Villanova football players show that they are also talented actors by giving their version of what the Salvation Army would be like in England. W, ,,.,, ,,.,... , f ,....,. .,,. in In V Y af, S x 5 'vi if I Q ' X eaezgj N, xiiyilnln' N i 'x i t Riff?-EL H i l f if WM 0 A W ' I L J ,lx . - .1 2 N 'A ff, . ,S '1 i . ' Vf ' fn ' 1 1 f L4 .ul -, 5. , ' 1 .- ,. - . ....-..--.. Y- ....,- Q., ' .ff I ., an N, .... - - f I , 'ML' F51 , 5 ' .aawc 1 A MW- ' 'T "' ,.-,1fliLQ.,-,,i U-. .v - , . ,, , .-.W .V H-.- -' ' W f -L----We he e - - . V as A X n ..-W . .M . ..,--m' 0 . -- f 1 . - e ' , V , .-- -, Y- . . ,f '- -.i-tl' 4 -- 1 ' -3 , , r . -s ., ,f , --1,4 Q --Tx ""' I ,g ,1, ,wdilvf-qv' , -svHr'4'Sx ' :fag ,J " ' -. ,, Q 'Q TL , Jfgf. ' I - , .,-, Sas..., . , - b f -7 Q ' Q V ' pn- b The last act of Piper Heidsieck 98 saw this ensemble of the all-male cast con- cluding a memorable rendition of the can-can. The dancing chorus, which is the major part of all T 'n' T shows, is seen here as they finish a rousing Bavarian polka. The T 'n' T show follows this engaging couple around the world. The son Larry and the real Countess provide the show with a tinge of love. Q . This group of seniors, who are spread throughout the cast and chorus, take a brief rest during their trying schedule to pose for this formal shot. X 'seams P 1 P"" iq wg p 4 - 4 The set designs of the show were the product of this hard Work- ing stage crew. Although they remain the unsung heroes, they found satisfaction in a fine performance they helped produce. Mr. Murphy fTony Bateman trips the light fantastic with Mrs. Murphy QGary Tackasj during one of the many dancing numbers highlighted in the third act. J -gi I7 1 - . ,gg HE., I . Q S. .X . ? XQI Qsfssgw V 1 was ,, te. .r ,HN t it 23 In 1935 the precedence for future Villanova bands was established by the first band moderator, One of the many diversified activities of the concert band is the annual spring Q! concert on the green" for the students in front of Dougherty Hall. ' 0 Father Albers, who, with the help of manager .Rv ,fi Larry Shea began pre-school rehearsals for the fe' A, band. - pi, i -1 O This year's band, living up to that precedence, , W , Q has found that their many rehearsals have paid off. . i i " , 1 ' M M .jg This is witnessed by the fact that after the Army , i . - f 'i'fl lfli if v Q trip and the excursion to Rutgers the band, for the 1 ' 1 7 s 6 first time, was invited to march in the Saint Pat- , , ' ggpp 1. rick's Day Parade in Philadelphia. by up , , ML .MLN V ,jls After the football season, the marching band ,.5'f, s..' F -,V,-i A i ijlifflg puts aside its formations and prepares for their 'fj'.3J'- -A53-5 ii spring concerts, under the name of the Villanova Z' iii? 'A I ir p. Concert Band. With the direction of Fr. Henry O ' Syvinski, their moderator, and Mr. Herbert Fiss, 5' Q ,g I their director, the .band has developed into an E D. integral Part of campus life. ff yxsu as 1 , f A l f-,' ei-'e f,,, ,,ie -axw', 1...tt . 5 ' ,.., . as A r vari.. e,-- i Highlighting the half-time activities has been the fancy NA. formations of the marching band. Quick in step and stir- ring in music they carry on the tradition of Villanova. , id' The band, shown in their basic starting position, get ready to entertain the crowd at one of the home games. The band began to work on their formations before school began. Through a new program of recruiting the band has grown from 30 members to 93. The band went to all the games this year and have impressed many people with their versatility. The school can be proud of these representatives in music. The band thrilled everyone this year with their snappy formations and well-known ,arrangements that were chosen for their quality. The onicers of the band work hard to make the band the smoothest running organization on the Villanova campus. I75 The proud Villanova Singers have sought one objective in their performance- perfection in presenting fine choral singing. Judging by local area support and acclaim, we feel our Singers have achieved that goal. The Singers -. ,Q'g4. , :,. . F. 1. I fa -....,,, The officers of the Singers have put in many long hours planning The Singers, with the Rosemont Glee Club, ini the schedule and songs. Giving unstintingly of their time they tiated a Christmas concert which was well re- have molded one of the finest clubs in years. ceived and is now a policy for future years From the Kyrie Eleison of Jan Mul's Mass sung in the fall until the closing strains of the Alma Mater in June, the Villanova Singers are active. Re-organized in 195 3 under Dean Reuschlein, they have continuously demonstrated the cultural as- pects of the University. The appointment of a fulltime musical director brought the quality of the,Glee Club to a more refined peak. The singers are "on the roadu during the con- cert season, singing as many as thirty concerts, 'the highlight of which is the Choral Festival held in March. Their organization instituted the Festival four years ago, and it has met with continued success. Many of the Masses held in the 'chapel during the school year are sung by the Singers, including the Red Mass for the law students and the Navy's Military Mass. The quality and finesse of this group rightly entitles them to be called ambassadors of Villanova. No group can function properly without a lead- er and the Singers possess fine leadership in the professional directorship of Mr. Herbert Fiss. Active since their freshman year, these three "vets," C. Carroll, P. Bonfante, and D. McCoy, have witnessed the remarkable growth of the Singers. Under a professional director, the club has achieved high quality and a fine reputation. That rapt look of attention in Dougherty's East Lounge can mean. only one thing: the meeting of Opera Classica. Under 1 the direction of Dr. O'Shea, students convene weekly for the purpose of enjoying good music. Beth Alexander, a Bryn Mawr student, addresses Opera Classica members on Afro-American Folk Music. Qpera Classica The Cpera Classica Society was founded in 195 5 by its first moderator, Mr. Anthonly L. P. Ange- line. For four years the organization grew to be one of the most active and controversial cultural groups on campus. In 1958, Dr. Robert O'Shea became moderator and has since introduced broad changes in policy to increase the society's popularity. From its humble beginnings in its first moderatoris ofHce, the organization has graduated to the East Lounge of Dougherty Hall, and has extensive high-fidelity 97 L .Az Q Q . l equipment with facilities for playing stereophonic tapes and records. The organization was founded with the purpose of giving the interested person the opportunity to understand and appreciate the enduring music of the ages. At the Society's weekly meetings, mem- bers and non-members alike hear music ranging from small chamber compositions to large-scale Wagner Operasg and composers from Buxtehude to Yardumian. Pictured above from left to right are Chuck Ward, Tom Kennedy, Terry Stratman, and Frank Battagliag mem- bers of the novice debating team and victors in the University of Delaware competition. Beta Gamma Members of the Beta Gamma debating society are shown here with President Dominick P. Costa ffront row, leftj and moderator Mr. Richard R. McDonough ffront row, Villanova's first modern debating society was organized in 1928 by Fr. Burns, and became .known as "Book and Gavel." Shortly thereafter, the groupis decision to change its name resulted in the present title of "Beta Gamma," a Greek varia- tion of the original idea and something more in keeping with the trend set by Belle Masque. On February 22, 1930, the club made its first public appearance at a Debate-Dance in the Phila- delphia Elks Club. The society continued to pros- per for seven years but was disbanded during the depression in 1935. The resumption of debating activities in 1941 found the group under the direc- tion of Mr. Anthony Frayne. Capably guided during the 1959-1960 school year by moderator Mr. Richard McDonough and President Dominick Costa, Beta Gamma has reached new heights in debating success. rightj. Among the achievements of the group this year were successful debates at King's College and John Hopkins, as well as in the Harvard tournament. gamma' Q wmv , ." QQ . a ,xi-gg .. I A i U -H M, .. 3 - .,,, - . I "T , "' anctuary Society . ,... ,X H., ,,.,., iz, Villanova's Sanctuary Society was founded in 1931 to provide the students With an opportunity to take a more active part in the University's religious ceremonies. It enlists the aid of its mem- bers to assist in conducting chapel services and to promote greater uniformity in the performance of Sacred ceremonies. Members of the Sanctuary Society serve at a wide variety of religious affairs including daily Masses, First Friday adorations and the two annual retreats. In addition, its members are responsible for the maintenance of an adequate and interesting supply of religious literature in almost every area of the campus. Under the direction of Villanova's chaplain, Fr. Whitley and President William Gazi, the society devotes countless hours of service in the univer- sity's religious affairs. Their reward lies not in companionship or social gatherings, but in a closer union with God through constant efforts for His greater honor and glory. Assistant Chaplain, Rev. William Farrell, O.S.A., aided by Bill Gazi, President of the Sanctuary Society, clis- tributes Holy Communion at, daily mass in the chapel. Here on the altar of the university chapel, the members of the Sanctuary Society perform a great majority of their services in religious affairs. Many hours of assist- ance are required of each member, all of which are assigned on a Weekly basis by the group's moderator, Rev. Norbert Whitley, O.S.A. .m.4sa.,. ,s..,,.. .. amass I I .I r 'A ' 5? wa W'-f"N "'fv"' "fu we v I ' nv. 0 4 A 5 S, jj ii. A r Q' gf.. ,S "ff af ' : fi f . t .4 we ' .. , ry .. . .... .,.' .a... . .sei ,,-gas , ,, :WM The purpose of the Semper Fidelis Society is 'to co- ordinate the activities of Villanova students belonging to Marine officer training groups. The Society is avail- able to Marine reservists, ex- Marines, and students show- ing ai genuine interest in the Marine Corps. In addition it affords the students enrolled in Marine officer training programs at V. U. an opportunity to pre- pare themselves physically, professionally and morally for their duties as Marine officers. -1:-:uwyzfggfgigiwgfg-Y ,Q . . . H -, .V Following the tradition it has founded through the years this organization again provides the United States Marine Corps, by its training in the university, with capable young men who will become the future leaders of the Corps Semper Fidelis Veterans Club :fsrzamaf-. f 5 4 Upon Hnishing service with our various armed forces our veterans have come to the university in order to better prepare themselves for the careers which they intend to pursue. A recent addition to Villa- nova,s many extra-curricular organizations, the Veterans' Club Was founded in Octo- ber of 1957. Under its Mod- erator Mr. Nally and Presi- dent Francis McKay, the group has done much to fulfill its purpose of greater fraternization among former servicemen at Villanova. Seeking to keep its members informed on current veter- an's aifairsfvthe society also promotes more active par- ticipation in other activities and encourages the leader- ship and scholastic potentials of its members. 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Villa, R. Phillips, T. Nastri, W. Paczkowskie, D. Mink, R. Frantz, J. Gianelli, T. Hopkins, E. Scholes. Wildcat Tri-Captains for the 1959 season. Bill Craig, tackle, Frank Capelletti, guard, and Ed Lemkin, center, look alert as they prepare Football 7- X 0 4X xxwx Q'mSs.mS..s.ew.b X I 84 .. MV.-..V.,,.. ..-J...-V.--.--.. f.V.......1-Q-VV.. ss. .1 Q4,mfgsff,-s:'XQ1.?..VY . -' X R Y X ff ,fuk kk ' Ill., l. .W .. X l l I: ff , f ' ' ., J ,iff A., 1' , 0541 1. mi FX X S miyslai' ' I" 'i'i5Lrff ., Y-in-Q-. ., 5-QEQQ Q xggjl f f. I. If -V. N ff' 5' " i l - 4 3112 , If I 1 V gf, - -N fl .4 if . s K "W x" 'H,f,'i', 'li XX? f I Villanova started its season with high hopes, but these were quickly shattered by early defeats to West Chester and Xavier. The cause seemed to lie in the lack of team work. Frank Reagan, head coach at Villanova for five years, did his utmost, but it just wasn't enough. The "arm-chair" quarterbacks had many opinions and suggestions, a huge controversy, encouraged by the press, began. The end result was that Coach Reagan resigned in mid-season, and it was up to assistant Coach Joe Rogers to finish the season. Considering the circumstances, Rogers did well, Army and VPI felt the claws of the Wildcats, but Dayton proved to be their lone victory of the sea- son. The end of the season finally came, and the head coach position was anybody's game. Rumors rent the air from Boston to Virginia, from New York to the mid-West, and popular, successful Alex Bell, end coach at Harvard and a Villanova alumnus, became the head coach. y Mr. Bell has his work cut out for him, yet Villa- nova has always attracted a, good group of play- ers. If the players will put out, and the coaches can gain the necessary results, the Wildcats will be a respected team again., Francis X. Reagan Joseph Rogers bi 9 y W fy faila if Z .F. Alexander Bell Chuck Walsh gets the play for the team from Coach Michaels, as the rest of the Wildcats Watch pen- sively and await their chance to contribute to the game. Scattered Dayton linemen look helplessly on-as sopho- more quarterback Nick Langone follows his driving interference over for the tally. Plays like this sparked the Wildcats to a 22-13 victory. A highly motivated West Chester team showed Villanova what determination could accomplish, but the Dayton game proved that the Wildcats possessed determination of their own, and this coupled with a team effort, led to our only victory of the season. W I F Villanova attempted a wide-open offense 3 against the Holy Cross Crusaders but main- , tained a hollow defense which gave the op- Q ponent plenty of marching room. This net- ted the Crusaders 20 points to Villanova's 1 0. Despite the score, there were times when fi Villanova showed its ability. They moved l the ball inside the Crusader's 15 yard line Q three times, only to have these possibilities i on the 13, 10, and ZZ, yard lines snuffed Q out by determined Holy Cross linemen. Tom Heron fumbles Eddie Roehre's intended pass. if .f l Ready-Aim--Fire! Ron Meyers runs into heavy l A dissappointed Wildcat reflects his feelings of opposition against Holy Cross defenders as he streaks l the game, an effort that was not enough. toward the "UPfi8ht5,,' 1 9' ya 'W' -42-J' 5- , fi: ,-1 ft.- ,.l Qlk. f-1 - , ' S111 mf :.w.'51jQ-fy sv i..,,..- -1- 1-55", Q.. u.: -' 'fj- , .. -gf ,.- N w...-1,.,-fd, .-ew - 1 .bldia , f .ra- 0 We ,. ' ww--,,,,,., -, .51-a.,pyH W f S'4'11'b.c pw. K. - l .., . 1 ' ",n,v.'E4.j if -Xf-r L- A ., ,Au ,xr 2 K . - za ' o. ,,A- f ,X . . 1 -it 'i' gf -3'--we -, QQAQW , , - 5 Hr, vyk, 1' Q'-P, T.: K J -vm fit - 3.7, W' QQ . 15. W A " ' ,-" i . f 1 ae s - :1A .4 Ir-4 ,-pi Qin im? 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I v I l89 Muhlenberg guards. Basketball ' 1,-fg::,f' ju: S- -,,, z,fa,yf:.a,4a--V -1: p - ' ' V, ' The 1959-60 Basketball season proved to be a successful one for the Wildcats of Villanova, who boasted an overall 20-6 record. It was a season of many accomplishments. Among the Philadelphia area colleges, Villanova had Rav- eling, Driscoll, Huggard, and White selected for honorable mention to the All-American basketball team. The 'Cats were noted for their versatility as witnessed by the fact that they were ranked as high as sixth by the United Press Poll, and ended the season ranking ninth in the nation. It was the season in which Coach Severance experienced his 400th Win, the 'Cats earned themselves a berth in the N.I.T., and the talented Sophomore Hubie White dis- played his abilities to the sports World. With Captain George Raveling being the only senior to graduate on the squad, the future holds much promise for the team. HE WENT THAT-A-WAY, finds out two Muhlenberg guards as Tom Samulewicz drives through to score. Sammy proved more than capable as the number one replacement in the frontcourt for the Wildcats. Villanova's talented sophomore, Hubie White, demonstrates his leaping prowess to bewildered Dick Kaminski shows how to "Hold that Tigerv as he shoots a foul during the opening contest of the season against Princeton. OUR LEAD IS THIS BIG-Hu- bie shows his incredible "light touch" as he shoots a foul against Scranton. Big George outreaches a Wagner guard to score. Rugged on defense, Raveling often controls the boards and leads the team in rebounds. Joe Zowacki, sophomore substitute, gets his chance to project one goalward in the Scranton game, as Dave Severance races in to control the possible rebound. Xe GNU? 11 Kaminski drives in for the lay-up as two St. Joseph defenders find themselves in- capable of stopping him. W , 4 LOOK! HE'S TAKING OUR PICTURE. Villanova fans cheer their team on during a Big Five contest. The famed City Series brought many capacity crowds to the Palestra this season. WHOOSH! As Captain George Raveling dunks another hil P d f d cl h h' . g g W e elm e en ers Pon er OW to Stop lm Joe's opponent to snare that rebound and give the 'Cats another opportunity to increase their score. A stretchin Ravelin leaps up and beyond his St. Y Y La Salle defenders find out their job is a tough i one as Huggard, Kaminski and White exhibit Q excellent ball-handling. 1 4 w i 7-.32 A 1 i "Tweety" Driscoll uses his height to good ad- i vantage as he hooks this shot for two points in i the Temple game. i Y - THE 1960 TEAM-First row: Trainer Jake Nevin, Don Each year the Big Five City-Series competition provides many sports enthusiasts with their share of basketball thrills. This yearis Palestra contest was no exception when one considers the upsets that took place. The Wildcats of Villanova started their Big Five competition with a de- cided win over Temple University. Then the ,Cats de- feated a stubborn Pennsylvania Quintet and prepared for the big game of the season-St. Josephs However, a strong St. Joeis team upset the 'Cats and even after the 'Cats romped over La Salle, they had to share the City Series title and trophy with St. Josephs Tom Samulewicz, Dave Severance, John Driscoll, Joe Walsh, Jim McMonagle, Bill Penney, Manager Bob D'Ambrosio. y McGinley, Bob Liberatore, Joe Zawacki, Jim Huggard, 1 Captain George Raveling, Dick LeFever, Hubie White, Coach Al Severance. Second row: Manager Bill Murphy, i V, l . i 1 i i 1 i W i l i 1 Q l l Y i i i 1 F I I ? I x The Wildcat substitutes anticipate their chance to add to the score. Coach Severance, never lacking depth, had plenty of good reserve mate- rial to call upon. "Tweedy" Dricoll takes a jump shot despite the defense efforts of a St. Bonaventure guard. In the backcourt, Huggard checks Driscoll's ac- curacy. George Raveling shovel-passes to John Driscoll in Seton Hall game. Teamwork like this proved the most valu- able asset for the 'Cats. B Kaminski carefully aims a jump shot toward Duquesne basket. Precentagewise, Dick was high scorer for the 'Cats. BASKETBALL RESULTS 1959-60 Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova 'Villanova Villanova Villanova ,Villanova illanova Villanova Nfiillanova 66 110 78 77 68 88 81 87 74 81 81 94 71 66 75 62 63 76 50 70 70 741 75 68 Princeton Scranton Gettysburg Clemson N. Carolina State Wagner Boston College Duquesne Muhlenberg Temple West Virginia Seton Hall Penn Army Canisius Manhattan Siena Pittsburgh N.Y.U. St. Bonaventure Wake Forest Toledo St. Joseph's La Salle Captain George thrusts a rebound away from Manhat- tan big men into the waiting arms of teammate Hubie White. Jimmy Huggard crashes through the N.Y.U. defense to complete a one-handed jump shot. "Let me have that trophy, Coach." "Not yet, George- I'm not finished speaking"-or so Captain Raveling and Coach Severance seem to be saying. O10 0 Dick Kaminski keeps things even by scoring on this jumper as George Raveling and Tyler Wil- bon 4209 of Utah State Watch for the possible rebound. Wil- bon later sunk a pair of fouls in the overtime period. Jimmy Huggard makes good on a jump shot from the side but to no avail as the strong Utah State team Won, 73-72. A Detroit Titan breaks loose to score and hopefully glances toward the scoreboard which at that time read Villanova 63, Detroit 49. The 23rd National Invitation Tournament got off to a successful start for Villanova as they nipped Detroit 88-86. The Detroit Titans began to whittle away an 18 point second period lead until it was down to 86-84 with 21 seconds remaining. Then Raveling proceeded to sink two free throws and victory went with them. Kaminski and White each contributed 23 points and Liberatore chipped in 7 clutch points to give the team the right to enter the quarter-finals against second-seeded Utah State. This game was truly a thriller with the score tied '67-67 at the end of regulation play. But in overtime play the well-coordinated Utah State team scored 6 points to Villa- nova's 5 and the ,Cats ended their season with a 20-6 record-and fond hopes for next year. 1 - ..,a,, -A ,mf .l Richie Richman and Joe Quinn exhibit ball-handling Bernie Chavis steals ball in 88-67 Win over La Salle. abilities against La Salle. FRESHMEN Hoover shoves the ball toward teammate Chavis as Quinn looks on. Captain Tom Hoover jumps high to score as Tom Galia views the situation. However, St. Joe's Won, 69-66, and the Wildkittens ended their seasn with a 5-5 record. Up, but not quite over, Norbert Mc- Nulty jumps 13 feet, four inches, but this is not enough to place. This height is about his average for the season. John Buckley's running broad jump is sensational as he clears 25 feet, six inches, to set a new Villanova record. . 1 Q The pack is spread out, but Villanova's Charlie Stead pours on the steam to take the meet. Track The Villanova Track Team, under the able guid- ance of Coach Jim "jumbo" Elliott, has maintained national prominence for many years. In the 1958- 5 9 season, seniors Ed Collymore and Charlie S-tead were invaluable assets. They ran alone or together, either Way they were hard to beat and seldom de- feated. During this past year, the squad Was bol- stered by brilliant running sophomores Frank Budd, Paul Drayton, Bob Raemore, and Bob Cof- fil. Because to this added speed and depth the ,Cats were able to win the coveted ICAAAA Champions title, while also taking important heats in the ln- quirer, Millrose and Knights of Columbus Track meets. There is much more that could be said about a good track team that has been Well coached by "Jumbo" and his assistant, Jim Tuppeny. 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First Row: Kent Lydic, Dan Stager, John Daniels, Henry Neil, Lance Hugelmeyer, Tim McNamar, John Buckley, Norbert Mc- Nulty. Second Row: Jim Blackburn, Paul Morra, Charlie Stead, Ed Collymore, Jack Van Dusen, Vic DiMaio, Joe Manion, Bob Godesky. Third Row: Jim Tuppeny, Asst. Coachg Phil Ryan, Mgr., Bill Tinney, Ray Patria, Jack Donahue, Gene Rodgers, Steve O,Keefe, Dick Kaminski, Nick DeAngelis, Jim Elliott, Coach. I 1 V 8 ,-1. -C7 I99I Cross Countr The Cross-country team had a very disappoint- ing season in the Fall of 1959. We lost in Dual contests with La Salle, Saint Joseph's, New York University, and barely placed in the upper spots for low points in the bigger meets. The condi- tioning Value of the competition was Well demon- strated nonetheless in the indoor performance of our two-mile relay team. Lance Hugelmeyer comes in from Cross Country meet at Villanova Stadium. He is followed by Hank Neil. Angelo Sinieri fails to qualify as he crosses the stripe. V. ff,gyp "Practice makes perfect," the motto of Villanova track men, as they turn a corner during an inter-squad meet . L - - ml' .fi QL. A ,I 'I ' eq if YQ.w?1""i,,' . --r " A ve' ,, 5 - if ' as " If i'f'f vn.f--.J 1 -- Q , -. - il- fe , , r- ' 'f ,r-Q. e F , Q- . Q I je 4-M, 1. J, :I l ei-ff.: :vii pu si fi. V 7- QQMW? i Eff.- . "-4. .n Cb l Q if J, Q U S, 'if " .T-te. ' 1 x I ,u -'. p.. V ,Q ,N 1' K W-: q i cl. Ava f -. . Y' X 4.2:-.iff--'rare-:,,f-tawigz ig.. ' 4 K I y 1 fffifr' 'M all Wriigr- " . , ., jjffiif-i'Tf,- :Ig ll. 3 MiQ,li:'T,aqiN,:A,i,-.4-Z-vy 3 t. ,e Y--K, 1 - ' - , Z f K , -1.5. ,,,.Ly".fl-fr.. f"-" - wmv: ---1..- --4' - . - A A .f'-f,,,:-f:'Le'f""" 'x 4f'i'i-'Q 'T +lef9f'.- A ' " ' X' .Lv 3 .fy 4' .- - I . ,X A u- - , .. Nl , nf-" if-M-.':"'f . ' " ST P' 5' 2'-1 5 - 'V' ieig Iona-Queens Pictured left to right at Queens Iona Meet are John Daniels, Ed Collymore, Charles Stead, and Paul Drayton. Hank Niel anchors two mile run, accompanied by teammates Bob Godeskey and Nick DeAn- gelis. Hank did not place in this race. joe Manion and Charles Stead place first and second respectively in 880 heat with a time of 1:27.8. Both Manion and Stead also ran in the mile relay. Charles Stead and Ed Collymore combine in the initial pace of an 880 heat, placing first and second with a time of 1:26.9. The duet set a new Villanova record, and a new meet record. Collymore and Stead were also part of the Sprint Medley Relay along with Jim Blackburn and Bob Godeskey. They placed first with a time of 3:28.4. I' ,N .4 " is ' -" 9 ' B5 ki if 'fi ..,a 1 H a , H7 ZOI' Swiss K. of C. Joe Manion crosses the fin- ish line With another vic- tory for Villanovafs mile re- lay team in the time of 3:18.8. The big Win took place at the Knights of Col- umbus Track Meet. Pictured left to right: Leon Praas, Frank Budd Bob Raemore, running anchorman, crosses tape and Lance Hugelmeyer, before taking warm- with another Victory. ups previous to their respective events. I M10 ' X I.C.A.A.A.A. Bob Raemore is set at start- ing position, as he awaits the baton from teammate Bob Coilill. The duo, com- bined with Manion and Wagner, finish first. For the third time in the past four years, Villa- nova has Won the I.C.A.A.A.A. indoor champion- ship. It boasts of an undefeated mile relay team, along with fine sprinters, and a good two-mile team. The running broad jump was Won by John Buckley Who, as an under-rated competitor, re- corded his best jump of the season at Madison Square Garden. Other participants were Leon Praas, who did a fine job of placing second in the 'sixty-yard high hurdles, and Frank Budd, who Won the sixty-yard dash Witha time of 6.2 seconds. Otis Drayton, an- other Sophomore of great promise, placed third in the 60-yard dash to add a couple of much need- ed points. It Was interesting to note that Yale had the edge in points going into the final events, but that Villa- nova carrre on with great efforts to capture iirst place in the one-mile and two-mile relays. Bob Coflill takes baton from Carl Wagner in the third leg of the mile relay. Paul Drayton chalks up more points for Villa- nova as he comes in third in the 60 yard dash to nip Maryland's Jonas Spiegal. 3 Nick DeAngelis in background waits for baton from teammate Otis Drayton. Joe Manion warms up previous to his running with the mile relay team. Frank Budd crosses tape after beating Paul Winder of Morgan State in the 60 yard dash. His time Was a fast 6.2 seconds. Inquirer This season the Inquirer Games threw Villanova into the limelight, especially as a tune-up to the I.C.4A meet which was to follow shortly. The mile relay team once again Won with a time of 3.19.4 seconds, and Frank Budd placed Hrst in a bid for the sixty-yard dash with a time of 6.2 sconds, nosing out Paul Winder of Morgan State. While our two-mile relay team did not Win, they recorded a fast second place. Leon Praas placed first in the sixty-yard high hurdles with a time of 7.5 seconds, beating his closest competitor by a half step. The strain of maximum effort is reflected in the face of Leon Praas as he breaks the tape of the 60 yard hurdles with a time of 7.5 seconds. "Neither rain nor sleet or snow," shall keep up-and- coming Ron Myers from daily practice. The two "Franks," Budd and Hegarty, work out to keep Villanova's track team one of the finest in the nation. "Hammock needs a hammock"-Charles Ham- mock lies injured on the track after pulling a muscle in an 880 heat. Teammate Alan Jack- man looks on, and officials gather around. I 205 , V- , 1 "W"751 1'e'Q.V..V-.- i V "- - -r .. pa....V 1 - .- A xl-. t ' A af F ' . . H... ,- W I J Sl- A , I - . , Af L . . ' rf f- ' - - g....,a' -L i ' -"'-'K-s:V. .... Q . " V Jim Huggard turns to Watch the action at second base after crossing home plate safely. Umpire and opposing catcher also seem quite concerned. Baseball Coach Art Mahan's Wildcat baseball team brought the first Big Five trophy to the university last year. Although hurt by graduation and the invasion of big league scouts, Coach Mahan molded a fine starting nine and a strong bench. Led by captain George Emma the 'Cats Wound up the season with a 12-8 log. The big victories Were over the Big Five teams, Lafayette and West Chester. Jack Fahey more than Hlled the gap behind the plate and pounded out a staggering .435 batting average to lead the team. Jack handled ace pitcher, Frank Kreutzer Q4-Zj along with hurlers Hal Bauser C3-2D , Joe Michell C3-22 , Lee Parry C1-11, and Harry Neff Q1-lj . 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'jj-.LV -. ref - ' ala -V Here, centeriielder Joe Cramer crosses first base after hitting a sharp ground ball to short. First baseman wheels to throw home. ff wx 1st Row: Jim Murray, Mgr., Fred Anthony, Jim Hug- gard, Joe Mitchell, Lee Parry, Tom Griffith, Art Mahan, Coach. 2nd Row: Ed Monahan, Andy Meade, Bob Queen, George Emma, Dennis Magee, Harry Neff. 3rd Row: Harry Mitchell, Dennis Cardone, Bob Klinck, Tom Pristavec, Paul Borian, Hal Bauser, Joe Cramer. 4th Row: Dave Hinnegan, Jack Fahey, Joe Scauccio, Frank Kreutzer, Don McGinley, Bill Platco, Joe Lowry. In action at the plate, "little" Fred Anthony reaches unsuccessfully for a curveball as the umpire readies his right arm for the signal. . f.-,..f4:fi' z Q,f'k7'W"' :V ' Lf? :- Q-:":ff W3 1, ff I x , .1-rf I 5 ff , 1 5 f .,!,,,,., ,,,f,,4, 4 f., ,V Y 1 V.f, Z, , SE-ASON'S RECCRD' ' WGN 12, LOSTHS- E E n E WAGNER ...... TEMPLE A ...,... GEORGETOWN LaSALLE .....,. ST. JosEPH's.. .Q WEST CHESTER- ' SCRANTQN WEST ,CHES'I1E.R P1 Qf,-t f .E 1 ts t E E . --gf! Q -' 'af 'l1s 4 X . ssE rri t s E u E ,fy f ., ' ,sl- ca , u ' "ll Hfsf riitj - '156f9'375 lsls 7 ,a,f fi ."- Q i 2-'87 "if i' ,lfi 7 5 f" " ,eq gf ,,sl 'i" n ',l, ",i.s fa- f" M , .2-81. 1 snsl s a , s:,s. i' Q if 'f'.e E f,.fifJ s,ll s,Ea ef s,a' I l-,qE, s ji tA - A j J ,,'t E 3 M V i i 1 1 ii I ' J' If .,t-1 Q. tri. 'ei ,.'--W ., fag,-1 ' ' ,. H x- ,A --7, t l ' ,gtfvl Out at first . . . George Emma stretches ' -TQ to take the throw as pitcher Lee Perry and third baseman Dave Hinnegan ad- 'gg I HL:, vance for a close look. f-1:92 489, 207 I Ready, take your mark - Bang! Brian Reilly and Mat Mone are ready to bid for honors in the Yale meet. Both ended in a dead heat in the 200 yard breast stroke. Frank Keefe, Captain of the Wildcat squad, backstrokes " his Way to help aid the 'Cats in victory over Rutgers. V.. Wei' " -I ,i Frank Dunn and Bob Donahue fly through the air with the greatest of ease in the start of a 100 yard freestyle heat at Yale. 208 . -,-....qM.,3, . M . wimmin Villanova's swimming team, though weakened by graduation, was able to complete their season by tallying four wins and six losses. This was the most difficult schedule that the Windcats have had in their history, matching us with teams of such cali- ber as Navy, Yale, Penn and La Salle. Under the able guidance of Coach Ed Geisz, the 'Cats were able to upset a powerful Rut- gers squad while swamping Lafayette, Gettysburg and Seton Hall. ,Q-I 'nv-we-n-. i T - 7 Y-:j"f'L'f-fe" V I , g -' we-an-A I " A fav, , .Av-Aff .JW 1960 VILLANOVA SWIMMING TEAM First row, left to right: Bob Dow, Captain Frank Keefe, Ted Moriarity, Bill Cassin, Don Boehmcke, Mat Mone, Head Coach Ed Geisz. Second row: Manager Joe Bruno, George Robertson, Ed Jensen, Jerry Pecorara, Don Reed, Bob Donahue, Manager Bud Beloin. Third row: Frank Dunn, Bruce McCreedy, Brian Reilly, Dan O'Brien, John Foley, Assistant Coach Jack Lumsden. The Wildcats offer a prayer for assistance in the locker room prior to the Seton Hall meet. Bob Dow streaks to victory in the 200 yard butterfly heat against Lafayette. Winning performances like this bolstered the squad performance above original pre- dictions. fy i ' M 4 S ' 7 , 1, lf " 1 asf cg. as ..-' ff . .. ' -a imf X as A . , Golf ww., ,A W, l,,,,,, W ..,,,, 0 The 1959 Varsity Golf Team turned in its sixth con- secutive Winning season by triumphing over eleven of its twelve opponents. Coach Jim Elliott's golfers Won over such teams as Seton Hall, Temple, La Salle, St. Joseph's, Scranton, and Drexel. The only loss Was suffered at the hands of the Intercollegiate Champions, University of Pennsylvania. The loss of Seniors Captain Nick Aquilino and twin brothers Reg and Ron Zurinskas leaves quite a gap in this year's team which is to be filled by such sophomores as Dick Thomas, Tom Cooke, and Fred Mazzi. The school record was broken at Aronimink by Dave Doyle with the low score of 72. The team together, left to right, standing: F. Mazzi, D. Thomas, T. Cooke. Below: D. Doyle, M. Connelly, J. Cahill, M. Loughlin. V ' 'IZi25592212.5z:aziz-5sfe2zf"2a.a...:f'.:a2iaf::1e's?Q3 fr ' K w W? f if 1- 0' "' 4 f 0-3251 ,swf ' - Q I -F' f wa We if 1 X. , g Q i if 44' 4 Ak!! gag? 19 f 52 f fffqf aff 'Z Wj5 Accurate putting is essential, as returning vet- erans Dave Doyle, Jim Cahill and Marty Con- nelly practice. ?l2w5-x- ' fwfr BULLET!!-I some ...M w ,N "5 ww,-v' 1122- 5 we stiff "ff:,.5S ssmssfsw :RHS-e::..,, . X XX N, X- x ea' Pictured above are some of the members of the Villa nova Varsity Rifle Team which completed one of its most successful seasons this year Left to right, stand ing P Dubus, Sgt Reilly, Coach, P Saccacio, N Cour sey Kneeling E Gelb L Spevetz, F Murtha, cap tain, C. Russell. Rifle Under the capable guidance of Master Sergeant Reilly, who recently joined the Villanova faculty from Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, the Varsity Rifle Team enjoyed unprecedented success. The results of this'year's schedule reveal that the team has returned with victories from most of the top- rated universities on the East Coast, a feat which is usually reserved for military academies only. Lehigh, Fordham, Manhattan, and the U. S. Coast Guard Academy are but a few of those who suc- cumbed to the Wildcat firing squad. Two men who have contributed greatly to the team's success are graduating seniors, Frank Murtha, the team captain, and Lou Spevetz, high average individual scorer. Their talents will be sorely missed. Rifle match in progress at Villanova Intramural Council iw'-, 'Wh H ,1fG,,m' V" fl , fx"-if 'H "H 'J ,. ' V - 1.-Iffw122i:""1wH. U ,wiv--, u f ' 1 i ,5,,',f,,f .f ,V ,, V, ,V I To aid the Director of Intramural Athletics in the supervision of his program, is the goal of the Intramural Council. This student group devotes a good portion of their free time throughout the year serving as scorekeepers, judges, referees and the like without any compensation other than the satisfaction of doing a job Well. Their task is by First row: Jack Lumsden, Ted Moriarity, Bud Beloin, Ed Geisz. Second row: Frank Keefe, Matt Mone, Tom Wall, Fr. Dunne, Skip Davis, Jim Haverlin, Harry Edward Geisz, Director of In- tramurals. no means small, for the Intramural department maintains an intensive schedule of indoor and out- door activities even more extensive than those de- picted on the following pages. In all, the council is highly successful in providing the student body with the opportunity for participation in organ- ized athletics. Schwartz, Joe Bruno. Third row: Bob Redmond, Tom Sweeney, A1 Hicks. - X 4 .r f . A vw ijjmk 1 -, 51 ' -,:,, , 4 'ff-5 .I . , - ff-Wi' .s,,:,, isQ, .l5- 6,31 QIFKVQ .Li i-,:,VA:j.."'gQe,,f5-g '32 K V' -.bv is 5-E... - -V - -4 ' '- '- "' X -J f , ' V -- -- , :N fa 4 we -...z .-as-fy,-v,,. ,fav--:ag 'X "F 'vii'-fw r -. f--139 M 'I-'a . ' ' -, -1' ,,if1f:2f'::-4- 'L L ,.t..,W....:-.-'T f' ,ff-, 1 i .. .,.,.. an V Q - sz. y 5 , . ., Il E! I. 4. il , ,Q-5, h gg. - 4::1W.'.:,,g ,. M-, -, . :w -, , 3. gl ., ::51.r: gi: 7 1, H g. - . , W Q 5 Qijlff-., ,--1,1 .1 L 4 LY- Q " ..'7 ' I 7' .' I I- 9 K , ,.-M Q' -5 , mnefv:-1.:Lac-fz::w'a'Sw'-"+fZf,.1 . ,- 1 , as 1' - . - ' "'-v .1-mf. .-44-ales . f--- -2- - , ' ' -Z 'I .M - fl .-'af' .M-i331-Q-,gms135521:5---,mx-Q., -M--' --gb .aa 1 I-w!r2Q.5iag4,1g ,-ffm-1'-I 5:-1'3gi.,.4-1:-:ifffggr-:gogim - f 5...,. ' 'GF sex -' was V Rafferty's Raiders pose demurely after the championship game. Top row: L. Anderson, J. Pasternak, B. Elsinger, F. Robinson, T. O'Brien, J. Rafferty, P. Murphy. Bot- tom row: J. Coroon, D. Ryan, K. Olsen, B. Meyer, D. Maloney, J. Conoll, J. Gay. Intramural Football The Intramural Football Leagues highlight stu- dent 'sport in the fall semester. Teams representing the four student classes, various dormitories, fra- ternities, and other campus organizations vie on the muddy field of honor to be the gridiron cham- pions of'the year. As the playoffs narrow down the Held of competitors, grueling practice sessions and advance scouting give evidence of the tense atmosphere pervading this part of the sporting World. Finally the moment of triumph arrives, and the victors receive their Well-deserved laurels. Top: Number 84, L. Anderson, attempts to tag "The Dwarfs's" quarterback in the act of pass- ing during the last seconds of the championship game. Bottom: A crowd of some 200 students brave the bleak November Weather to Witness the final playoff between the two league cham- pions. Fingertip control is executed by the jumping corner man as he tries for a vital two points. With the' coming of Winter, the Intramural program turns to indoor sports. The most popular of these is basket- ball, which is, perhaps, the best participated of all the intramural athletics. Approximately 35 teams meet on the hardwoods four days a Week in the two university gymnasiums from December through January. During February the individual league champs duel for the cham- pionship title. The keynote of the basketball Intramurals is organization. To supervise the large turnouts effectively, the council has organized eight leagues in which the par- ticipants may play at a time convenient for them. Basketball Two team captains spring into action at the opening jump-ball in the classic battle of the "shirts" verses the "skins." White shirted hoopster displays tip-toe foul shooting style While his teammates and the op- position anxiously await the rebound. The first of April marks the beginning of the Intramural Softball leagues at Villanova. From that moment on Austin Field is the scene of much feverish activity which lasts until the league cham- pionship is decided late in May. Softball games are extremely popular with the student body and are perhaps the best attended of all the intramural athletics. The terraces bordering the two sides of Austin Field seat capacity crowds daily along the first and third base lines. In addition to the regular league games, unscheduled events, such as senior- faculty games and the like, highlight the season. The inevitable rhubarb, which accompanies almost NX , Z . :V3 :rl ,, ., rs - M .a,::ag:gef5'g'x:.f.,,4:i.:2 W " , aww X? , .pair-,azyviifw . W ,,....., . every game, poses a problem for the nattily attired um- pire. I f fl' . A -f i f Yu mmm lim? W dgrrnfgf I f ere'rs .llilu ,rffwlf"'f" ' f-',. Y 0' -"' ' 'e"' ' ' ":' ' . f The sweatshirt clad runner pours on the speed while first base- , man bends low for the ball. ' lun: I l Vg lk as 'Tlx ,,dl'lll AE xy I Intramural Softball A ll X, f . . weevwe I'- -:fix Q :ig V puff' VN I I .,lv I fn ' . if . I fff , V . Mi ,M ,, e ss I 7, . 17 , 2 fi' " ff' l wang? 7 1, ills. + 2 l:--:-Linh ' 1' Y' I wr! Q X fl IF' -t,,Lh.J' I f W i- lg 'AFKUJ1 -'gtjtrluuinuillw , ' 1, ,-H 'I - plug' -X-,K V p I I ' ' uA:ln'i'llll'l" 'ffl' ' i ' l. l- NW i , i X- ll Fi, If , Nr W1 ' KL 3? . ff 7? I if ' 41 N We 4. ! . f ,f 17 , ' ,,, - rf l --- QL? 5 fi- 'its If x- - Tl' , -fl ' .ag 4,-,W A if 'Q' ff 'ii 'ii' . - 1 Fa. Na -55-Y r .4 -X 6525, l' - ' Q" 4fi1f-if 155 VfLL Qfbx '44, P 2' AQ, X A Oz. Q15 'Y Z mar Lu L5 f N X -7 1342 Y- THE GRADUATES 2 9 5 ra .X A lv 'A ' sg - ,M eT Q '74, Q ENNS X' Q, , , , g S! ll xt. ' ,, N XX , 'G Xl N 1 , LL-,,.,.1--wmv Competence and hard work are characteristic of the officers of the Class of 1960: ffrom left to rightl Charles Ward, Treasurer, Howard Silcox, Secretary, Joseph Du Rocher, Vice-President, and Raymond Rafferty, President. Senior Class Ufficers Steering Committee The Steering Committee of the Class of 1960 provides the class officers with a composite repre- sentation of the senior class as a whole. Together they formulate policy, plan and organize academic and social functions, and, in general, work for the betterment of the entire class. These men comprise the Steering Committee: P. Boes, D. Breen, G. Bur- lingame, D. Cardone, H. Carlock, S. Carton, S. Ciescielski, NV. Coyle, Daniel, R. Dobies, J. Dona- hue, Dorsey, Dorsey, Driscoll, N. Drislane, Q5 Rev. Dante A. Girolami, O.S A Moderator. J. Foley, B. Galm, B. Gazi, R. Gerstner, T. Godwin D. Hayes, Heffernan, XV. Henry, T. Hoffman J. Keegan, L. Kelley, King, K. Kraemer, P. Kuhn T. Labreque, H. Latteau, R. Magray, S. Mahle, T McCoy, D. McKenzie, T. Moakley, C. Muir, J Mulchay, J. Myrtetus, T. O,Hara, T. Peretti, S Pollock, J. Rietzke, W. Rogers, H. Rowe, T. Ryan, E. Scott, T. Shea, F. Smolinski, B. Sturm, D. Sween- ey, D. Spada, Touhy, B. Vincent, R. Viola, Wallin, C. Walsh, T. Walsh, F. Wiele. 4 JOSEPH A. ABRUZESE ' 65 Midvale Road, Hartsdale, N. Y. ' Mount Saint Michael High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Orphans Outing: V.S.P.I. Vice-President 3,43 Turf and Tinsel 4: Belle Air 45 Intramurals 2,3,4, PETER F. ALLARD ' 317 Brentwood Road, Havertown, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, ROBERT ALTEMUS ' 2110 Jennings Street, Bethlehem, Pa. - Bethlehem Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' Orientation Committee 2: A.l.Ch.E, 2,3, Sec- retary 43 Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4: Intramurals 2,3,4. ALANSON E. ANDERSON 'A 131,190 Winkworth Parkway, Syra- cuse, N. Y. - Christian Brotheasiliflcaclemy - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS - Jfungidri Promix S.A.M. Z,3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,43 Knights of 2,31,4p Intramurals l,Z,3,4. RONALD J. ANDERSON "iVi 'iiIii'C Street, Miami 68, Fla. - La Salle Military,-Aeaclemg 'zcjB2gCHELOR OF ARTS IN Pmtosopm - Philosophy C1aIr3,,,4, srpaiiish Club 1,2,3g Beta Gamma ,l , Z, 3 , 4: Be1lelJMiasquejI,2.,'3,Q I ,.,. V- ,"grt,,:- 5,71 WILLIAM-J, ANDISARIQ, p,,,: Roadwngver- town, Pa, if p,tr W est Catholic High -SAK S f BACHELOR TRICAL, -',iA N .E.C.C.S. ljanceg 'i'i' A233 KQPP2? rtC I , A ROBERTFA Q ,Flo It 0115 7 CARDS?- Vedeciee "- BACHELOR OP I.R.S. 4: Spanish , 4, I' AVAE kpggppv 2 4 ceanport Avenue, Little Silver, N. J. f Preparatgfg 'I'i School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS Spirit Committee 2,35 Steering Commit- tee 2,3g Junior Promg Sophomore Cotillion: Marketing Club 2,3,4g Belle Masque 1,23 Intramurals l,Z,3,4, FRED M. ANTHONY ' 1147 South 10th Street, Philadel- phia, Pa. ' Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Pre-Law Society 3,45 Spanish Club 1,23 Beta Gamma Debat- ing Society lg Baseball 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2. NICHOLAS J, ANTONINI ' 1644 South Bancroft Street, Philadelphia, Pa, ' Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Steering Committee 35 Marketing Club 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL D. APPOLONIA ' 1526 North Allison Street, Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGI- NEERING. LOUIS E. AUDET, JR. ' 855 Vallamont Drive, Williams- port, Pa. - Williamsport High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Lambda Kappa Delta 2,3,4g French Club 2: Rus- sian Society 4. HARRY AYERS ' 735 Clarendon Road, Penn Valley, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Sophomore Cotillionjg Junior -Promg Senior Prom: Pre-Law Society 2,43 Business Whirl Art Editor 45 I.C.G. 3: Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4g Belle Masque 2,3,4g Lynx 2: Swim- ming Team 4: Intramurals l,2,3.4. JOHN I. BACHMAN ' 106 Oaklyn Avenue, Norristown, Pa. - Collegeville-Trappe High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Club 2,33 Intramurals l,2,3,4. GUY H. BALL ' 129 Mineola Avenue, Point Lookout, N. Y. - BACHELOR OF ARTs. JAMES D, BANMILLER ' 308 Montgomery Avenue, Nor- ristown, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Blazer Committee: Lambda Kappa Delta 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4. CARL C. BARATTA ' 30 Simpson Avenue, Edison, N. J. - Rutgers Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECo- NOMICS ' Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Accounting Soci- ety 2.3.43 S.A.M, 4g Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ANTHONY J. BARBARA ' 5005 Ventnor Avenue, Ventnor, City, N. J. ' Atlantic City High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOHN G. BARLAS ' 107 East Broad Street, Westfield, N. J. ' Westfield High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECo- NOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 3,43 I.R.S. 33 Belle Masque 3,45 Intramurals 3. WILLIAM R. BARRON ' 46-46 21 lth Street, Bayside, N. Y. ' Uxbridge High School and M arianapolis Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - National Collegi- ate Who's Who: Chi Epsilon Mu 3, President 4: Pi Tau Sigma 3, Vice-President 4: Student Interview Program 3: Spirit Com- mittee 2,3: Steering Committee 2,39 Ring Committee: Senior Dinner Danceg A.S.M.E. 2,3,4g Sanctuary Society 3.4: Rocket Society 4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4g Villanova Engineer 4: Knights of Columbus 2.3.45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. VINCENT A. BATTER ' 708 Caldwell Street, Chester, Pa. - Saint James High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL EN- GINEERING - A.I.E.E 2,3,4p I.R.E. 2,3,4. CHARLES F. BAUMIS ' 811 Fifth Avenue, Vatervliet, N. Y. BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ENGLISH. JAMES F. BAYER ' I7 Seventh Street, North Arlington, N. J. ' Queen of Peace High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - A.S.M.E. 2,3,4p Phi Kappa Pi Z,3,4:0Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. f W THOMAS J. BEAHN ' 7123-I Forrest Avenue, Philadelphia. Pa. - St. John the Baptist High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ' American Institute of Physics l,2,3,4: Chemistry Club 2: Russian Language Society 3,45 Mendel Bulletin 45 In- tramurals l,2,3,4p Delta 'Epsildn Sigma. PETER G. BECHER ' 159'-l'8t,Cirand Central Parkway, Ja- maica 3Z, N. Y. ' Brooklyn I?reparato'ryjSchOol ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS -Spirit .Committee 1,2,3g Steering Committee 3: S.A.M. 43 Villanovan'I5,Z: Phi Kappa Pi L25 Knights of Columbus 2,3,4Ig Intramurals 3,4. ggyqlya in fnyrpy 1 1 ROGER J. BEH " 902' Bond Street,'Asbury Parlg,-,Nf:'J. 'iRed Bank Catholic High 'School - BACHELOR'-OFISICIENCE INECO- NOMICSWI Spi-ritjCiommittee Steering Committee 2: Sopho- more Cotillion: .Accounting'fSoci'ery 2,45 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. BRUCE C. t13E,NTE,ii?'.-its5j'LibeIfy Englewood. N. J. - Don Bosco High School f1-BACHEIliDRf'QF ELECTRICAL ENGI- NEERING. - A.I.E.Ef. 4'g'An1ateu.r Rjadiio'..Club 4. JAMES R. BERCIMANN ' A7533 Morningside Drive, Wash- ington IZ, D. C. ' Saint John De Matha High School ' BACH- ELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Accounting Society 3,-ip I.RlS. 3: Veterans Club 2,3,4: Intramurals 1. MICHAEL P. BIANCHINI ' 325 West Olive Street, Mount Carmel, Pa. ' Catholic High School of Mount Carmel ' BACH- ELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. RAYMOND A. BIRCHLER ' 108 Reese Avenue, Lavallette. N. J. - Point Pleasant Beach High School - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS - Marketing Club 2.3.45 Delta Pi Epsi- lon 2,3,43 Turf and Tinsel 45 Intramurals 2.3,4. JOHN J. BIRKENHEUER ' 5205 "D" Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY ' V.S.P.I. 3, Secretary 4: Belle Air 4: Turf and Tinsel 3,41 Villanova Singers 2,3,4: Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JAMES A. BISING ' 435 Park Avenue, Leonia, N. J. ' Peddie Preparatory School ' BACHELOR ARTS ' Sanctuary Society l,2,3g Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,4: Opera-.Q:iClassica 4g Villanovan 3,43 Football l: Intramurals 2,3,4. gf JAMES A. BLACKBURN ' Kidder Avenue, Somerville, Mass. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, ISOCIALXSTUDIES. HARRY J. BLACKWELL ' 325 Grove Street, Clifton, N. J. ' Passaic Valley High School ' BACHELOR QF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Junior Prom: Senior Prom: S.A.M, 2,3,4g Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. FRANCIS X. BOES, JR.. ' 101-19 Lefferts Boulevard, Rich- mond Hill l9, N. Y. ' Xavier High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.: Spirit Committee 2,35 Steering Committee 2.3.43 Class Publicity Director 3: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4a Drill Team 1.2.3, Executive Officer 4: Pershing Rifles l,2,3, Executive Oflicer and Operations Odicer 4: Belle Air 4: Quarterdeck Society 4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4. JAMES D. BOGAN ' 17 Norman Avenue, Amityville, N. Y. - Amityville High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGI- NEERING ' Sophomore Cotilliong A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4g Intramurals l. ROBERT J. BOGLE ' lO6 Roumfort Road, Philadelphia. Pa. La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' N.R.O.T.C.: Steering Committee 2: Quarterdeck So- ciety 45 S.A.M. 3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. ROBERT W. BOHINY ' 93 Gourley Avenue, Clifton, N. J. ' Sriihr John's.Carhedral High School - BACHELOR OE SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2.3: Steering Committee 2.3: So'phomore,Cotillion: Marketing Club 2,3,4: WVIL lg Belle Masque 1,25 Intramurals l,2,3,4. CHARLES A. BOLLMAN ' 5l7 Bergen Street. Gloucester City, N. J. ' Gloucester Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY - French Club 2.3. Treasurer 4: Mendel Bulletin Biology Editor 4: Lambda Kappa Delta l,2.3,4: In- terfraternity Ball 3,49 Jazz Concert 4: Villanovan 3,45 Intra- murals 1. PETER A. BONFANTI ' 62 Woodland Avenue, Rockville Centre, Long Island, N. Y. ' South Side Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Villanova Singers l,2,3,4: Opera Clas- sica 45 Intramurals 2. 'sf fd' JOSEPH BONINO ' 88 Magnolia Avenue, Bridgeton, N. J. ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. STANLEY P. BONK ' l32 South 12th Street, Reading, Pa. ' Reading Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ME- CHANICAL ENGINEERING - Pi Tau Sigma 3, 4:A.S.M.E. Z,3,4: Villanovan Engineer 3,45 Opera Classica 3,41 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. PAUL BORIAN ' 4560 Wayne iAvenue, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Germantown High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Marketing Club 2,3,47 Baseball l,,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PAUL C. E. BOWERSOCK ,QL'IgIgk1ana,fAvcnue, R.D. 411, West Chester, Pa. ' West Chester High School ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Accounting Society 2,3,4. JOHN J. BOYLE ' 7439 Sommers RbadQ5Philadelphia 38, Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society Z,i3.Qf4:j Vililanovan 4: Turf and Tinsel Society 4: Intramurals ,ii MARY BRACKEN ' 525 Lexington Road, ljrexel Park, Pa. ' Saint Leonacd's Academy, - BACHELOR,QE'-fSCICEN'CEf"INiNURS- ING ' Spirit Committee l,2: N.F.C.C,S'Q' lfgqf-2: Steering Commit- tee 3: Sophomore Cotil-lion3f:fJ,u,neiQ,r3 Theta Chi l,2, Treasurer 3, President 4g,Belle lMaSquc,.,f1lVQ,f2i,3,4g Belle Air 1: WVIL1,2. A A if eega pf .rc,, 1 , e 5 1 ' in WILLIAMQ ' 751I,1',Q1iGracei,2'gAvenue, Great Neck, N. Y. fyggeiii OF SCIENCE IN tingffflflub il,,f2, 3 , 4 3 In- c, A'I I r h r 4a e f J SR. gfghi3n'gton, J fis- lflll iihc 595001 ,OF Society 29 " I lwgislfss li-2 'ril V,V-, I 'iu' A ,,,,,, f,iA by Rambo Street, Bridgeport, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN PHYSICS ' American Institute of Physics, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, President 5: Delta Pi Mu l: Belle Air lg In- tramurals 2,3,4. FRANK R. BRENNAN ' 310 Locust Street, Hammonton, N. J. 0 Saint Joseph's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE - I.C.G. 4, Pre-Law Society 4: I.R.S. 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Drill Team 1,Z,3: Pershing Rifles 1,2,3g Chess Club 3. PATRICK T. BRENNAN - 122 Philadelphia Avenue, West Pittston, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ROBERT H. BRENNAN ' 15 Greendale Road, Cedar Grove, N. J. - Saint Benedict'r High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Belle Masque l,2: Phi Kappa Pi 1: Pistol Team 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MICHAEL J. BRESLIN ' 649 South 51st Street, Philadelphia. Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - Pi Tau Sigma 3,43 Phi Kappa Pi 1,Z,3,4g A.S.M.E. 3.4. DAVID A. BRIAN ' 166 Pennsylvania Avenue, Easton, Pa. Easton Senior High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOL- OGY ' Student Interview Committee 3: Steering Committee 4: Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2, Vice-President 3,45 Orphans Dance: Basca Dance: Jazz Concert 4: Astronomy Club 1: Biology Club 2,3,4g Mendel Bulletin 4: Intramurals 1,4. CHARLES A. BROSSY ' 51 Plainfield Avenue, Mlatuchan, N. J. ' Saint Peter's High School ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' Jun- ior Prom: Astronomy Club 1,2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Geol- ogy Club 2,43 N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team 1,23 Pershing Rifles 1,23 Sanctuary Society 4. ROBERT A. BROTHERS ' 212 Northeast First Street, Wash- ington, Ind. ' Washington Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Russian Club President 3,45 Villanovan 3,4. TERRENCE P. BROUGHAM ' 15 Treaty Road, Drexel Hill, Pa. ' Iona Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Mother's Dayg Sophomore Cotillion: Basca Dance: Jazz Concert 4: A.S.M.E. 3,45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. DONALD J. BROWN ' 1607 Independence Road, Camden, N. J. - Moorestown High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 2,3,4: Veterans Club 4: Intramurals 3,4. LEE J. BROWN ' 6449 Woodcrest Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 2,3,4g Delta Pi Epsilon 2: Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. L. RICHARD BROWN - 456 Saint David's Avenue, Wayne, Pa. - Saint Katharine of Sienna - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES - WVIL 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH P. BRUNO, JR. ' 1310 Stanley Avenue, Bethlehem, Pa. ' Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Intramural Council l,4: S.A.M. 3.4: Accounting Society 2: Turf and Tinsel l,2,3: Swimming Team Manager 3.4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WALTER T. BUGGY ' 332l Disston Street, Philadelphia 49, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 1,2.3,4. JOHN P. BURKE ' 987 Harrison Street, Philadelphia 24, Pa. - La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.R.E.-I.R.E. 4: Amateur Radio Club 4: WVIL 1. JOSEPH J. BURKE ' 7301 Ogontz Avenue, Philadelphia 38, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. GORDON M. BURLINGAME. JR. ' 6ll Harriton Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2: Orientation Committee 2: Steering Committee 4: Sophomore Cotillion: Basca 4: Senior Dinner Dance: Pre-Law Society l,2,3: WVIL 1.2.33 Belle Air 4. JAMES F. BURNS ' Pecan Drive, Lansdale, Pa. ' Augsburg American High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGI- NEERING ' Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4: A.I.E.E. 3,4. JAMES M. BYRNE, JR. ' 541 East 20th Street, New York, 10, N. Y. ' Dwight Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OP SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee l,2.3,4: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom and Dinner Dance: Senior Prom and Dinner Dance: Steering Committee 2: S.A.M. 2: Marketing Club 2,31 Villanovan 2: WVIL 2: Belle Air 4: Business Whirl 3,45 Track I: Intramurals l,2,3,4. WILLIAM J. BYRNE, JR, ' 653 Lowell Street, Lawrence, Mass. ' Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.g Spirit Committee 1,2: Sopho- more Cotillion: Steering Committee 2: Orientation Committee 2: A.S.C.E. 2,3,4: Chi Epsilon Mu 3.4: Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4: Quarterdeck Society 4: Villanova Engineer 2.3: Intramurals 2. JAMES E. CAHILL ' 36 Sychmore Road, Havertown, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 3: Veterans Club 3.4: Varsity Golf Team 2.3, Co-Captain 4: Intramurals 2,3,4. THOMAS J. CALABRESE ' 633 Ardsley Boulevard. Garden City. N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2,33 Steering Committee 3: Charity Ball: Interfraternity Ball 3.4: Finance Society 3,43 WVIL 1,2,3: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,43 Intramurals 3.4. JOSEPH S. CAMP ' 24 School Lane, Ardmore, Pa. ' BACHE- LOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. JOHN J. CAMPBELL ' 2981 Sulgraic Road, Brachwood Vil- lage, Ohio - Benedictine High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES - Shamokinaki 3: I.C.G. 3: I.R.S. 3: As- tronomy Club 3g Villanovan 43 Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4: Intra- murals l,2,3. JOHN T. CAMPBELL - 7906 Pickering Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRI- CAL ENGINEERING ' A:I:E:E: 4. WILLIAM P. CANTONO ' 6902 Crittenden Street, Philadel- phia, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JAMES J. CANTWELL ' 134 Main Street, Girardville. Pa. ' St. Joseph's High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS - Spirit Committee l,2,3,4: N.F.C.C.S. 3.4: Shamo- kinaki 1: Mother's Dayg Sophomore Cotillion: Marketing Club 2,3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3.4: Turf and Tinsel 1,25 Intra- murals l,2,3,4. FRANK P. CAPPELLETTI ' 200 Hier Avenue, Syracuse. N. Y. ' Christian Brothers Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Society 2,3,4: Veterans Club 2,33 Varsity Club 2,3,4: Turf and Tinsel 3: Football 1,2,3, Co- Captain 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. DENIS A. CARDONE ' 27 Simpson Road, Ardmore, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Student Council 4: Election Board, Co- Chairman: Steering Committee 4: Sophomore Cotillion: Ring Committee: Senior Prom: Spanish Club 1.2: Vice-President 3: Villanovan 2,3,4: Belle Air 4: Delta Pi Mu l,2,3, Vice-Presi- dent 4: Varsity Baseball 2,3,4: Intramurals l,3,4. JOHN R. CARFAGNO ' 1008 Stanbridge Street, Norristown, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES - V.S.P.I. 3g I.R,S. 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3. HOWARD J. CARLOCK ' 322 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights, N. J. ' Haddon Heights High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spirit Committee 2,3: Steering Com- mittee 3,4: Junior Prom Queen Contest Chairman 4: Finance Society 2,3, President 4: Basca Dance 3,43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD J. CARR, JR. ' 205 Penn Street, Ridley Park, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. CHARLES V. CARROLL ' 1 10 S. Elmer Avenue, Sayre, Pa. ' Sayre Area Joint High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Gamma Phi 3: Student Council 3: Steering Committee 3: Mothers Day: Ac- counting Society 2,3,4: Villanovan 1: Villanova Singers 1,2,3, President 4: Sanctuary Society l,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,3. JOSEPH F. CARROLL ' 319 Wilson Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. - St. Mary's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1,23 Accounting Society 2,3,4: S.A.M. 4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH J. CARROLL ' 110 Wellington Road. Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.E.E. 2,4. MICHAEL A. CAROZZA. JR. ' 1917 South Eighth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Germantown Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' N.R.O.T.C.: Accounting Society l,2,3Z Quarterdeck l,2,3: Intramurals 2,3,4. STEPHEN C. CARTON ' 2 Interlaken Drive, Interlaken, N. J. - Asbury Park High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Student Council 4: Steering Committee 4: Junior Prom: Mother's .Day 2,33 Elections Committee 4: Pre-Law Society 2,3,4: Beta Gamma Debating Society 3,4': Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Belle Masque 1,2: Lynx, Art Editor 4: Swim- ming Team l,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOHN B. CASTANO ' 19 South Main Street. Coudersport, Pa. ' Coudersport High School ' BACHELOR OE ARTS ' Stu- dent Council 4: Religious Alfairs Committee Chairman 4: N.F.C.C.S. 3: Spirit Committee 1,25 Orientation Committee 4: Steering Committee 4: Charity Ball 3: I.R.S. 2: Spanish Club 3: Lynx 2,3: Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4: Shamokinaki 3,4: Villa- novan 4: Commodore 2,3: Belle Air, Activities Editor 4: Quar- terdeck Society 4: Literary Club 3: Intramurals 1,2,3. JAMES P. CATALINO ' 5345 Large Street. Philadelphia, Pa, ' La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 2,3,4: Belle Air 3,43 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals l,3,4. THOMAS J. CAULEY, JR. ' 1219 Keystone Road, Chester, Pa. ' St. James High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' American Chemical Society 1: Spanish Club 2,3,4: Astronomy Society 4: Villanovan 4: Opera Classica 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. CHARLES A. CAVANAUGH ' 1612 Hampton Road, Haver- town, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICs - Pre-Law Society 3,4. J. FRANCIS CAYO ' Village Green, Media, Pa. ' St. James High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY - Span- ish Cluh l: V.S.P.I. 3,4: Intramurals l,2,3. WILLIAM C. CELENTANO. JR. ' 121 McKinley Avenue. New Haven, Conn. ' Hopkins Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES - Junior Prom: Senior Prom: I.R.S. 3, Vice-President 4: I.C.G. 3: Sanctuary Society 1,2.3,4: Knights of Columbus 2,3,4: Belle Air 3, Associate Editor 4. JOSEPH P. CHAPLEY ' 2 Copley Road, Upper Darby, Pa. ' Immaculate Heart High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ' American Institute of Physics 2.3.43 Mendel Bulle- tin: Astronomy Club 1, Treasurer 3.4. JOSEPH T. CHATTIN ' 1 West Street, West Chester. Pa. ' West Chester High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2,3: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: S.A.M. 2,3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Business Whirl 2,3: Intramurals 2.3. CLINTON P. CHIN ' 3 Catherine Lane. Montego Bay. Ja- maica, West Indies ' Cornwall College ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' I.R.S. 2.3.43 S.A.M. 3,49 Accounting Soci- ety 4. G. LEE CHISTENSEN ' 10305 Saint Alban's Drive, Bethesda. Md. 'St.John's College High School' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 3.4: Spirit Committee 2.3: Intramural Council 1: Jazz Festival Co-Chairman 3: Steering Committee 3: Junior Prom: A.S.C.E. 2.4, Treasurer 3: Phi Kappa Pi 2. Treasurer 3, President 4: Sanctuary Society 1.2. 3.4: Villanova Engineer 2,3, Art Editor 4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT F. CHRUPKA. O.S.A. ' 3057 West 55th Street. Chicago, Illinois ' St. Augustine's Seminary ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Tagastan Club 1,2.3.4: Choir 1,22 C.S.M.C. 1,27 Augustinianum 3.4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. STANLEY K. CIESIELSKI ' 1250 Spruce Street. Reading. Pa. ' Reading Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Student Council 4: Fraternities and So- cieties Committee 4: Spirit Committee 2.3: Orientation Com- mittee 4: Steering Committee 3.4: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Mother's Day 3: A.S.C.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi 1.2. Sergeant- at-Arms 3: Student Council Representative 4: Villanova En- gineer l,2: Asst. Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4: Sanc- tuary Society l,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2.3,4. ANTHONY N. CILIBRETI ' 408 Grape Street, Hammonton, N. J. - Hammonton High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 2: Pre-Law Society 3,4: Opera Classica 2: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH V. CIMORELLI - 1533 Dickinson Street, Philadel- phia 46. Pa. - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. VINCENT CLEARY ' Bilmar Farm, Mitchellville, Md. ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. FREDERICK P. COFFEY ' 98 Moss Hill Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. ' Boston College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.R.O.T.C.: Spirit Committee 3: Senior Dinner Dance: Steering Committee 3: S.A.M. 2,3,4g Quarterdeck Society 43 Turf and Tinsel 1: Intramurals l,2. TERENCE P. CONNELL ' 2208 Gilpin Avenue, Wilming- ton, Del. - Salesianum High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRI- CAL ENGINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.: A.I.E.E. Z,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Pershing Rifles l,2, Vice-President 3, President 4: Drill Team 1,2, Commander 3,45 N.R.O.T.C. Recreation l,2, Treasurer 3, President 49 Quarterdeck Society 4: Intramurals 1,Z,3,4. JAMES CONNELLY ' 160 Willowburn Road, Villanova, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. MARTIN J. CONNELLY ' 1500 Hope Street, Stamford, Conn. - Stamford High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 2,33 Golf Team 2,3, Captain 4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS J. CONNOLLY - 8515 Widener Road, Philadel- phia, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - A.S.M.E.: Intramurals 2,3. JAMES F. CONNOR, III ' 1014 Ackens Road, Philadelphia, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M.g Intramurals 3,4. JOHN J. COOPER ' 806 Green Street, Norristown, Pa. ' Bishop Kenrick High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - A.S.M,E. 3,45 Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4. JOSEPH A. COPPOLA ' 14 Prospect Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. - Hillside High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDU- CATION ' S.E.A. 1,2,4: Beta Gamma Debating Society l,2: Football l. ELLEN F. CORCORAN ' 1539 East Walnut Lane, Phila- delphia, Pa. ' Little Flower Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ' Women's Glee Club 33 Belle Masque l,2,3,4: Turf and Tinsel l,2,3,4: Pi Theta Chi l,2,3,4. JOHN J. COST, JR. ' Hotel Dupont Plaza, Washington, D. C. ' Georgetown Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS - Marketing Club Z,3,4p S.A.M. 4g Delta Pi Epsilon Z,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4. DOMINIC P. COSTA ' 90l East Butler Pike, Ambler, Pa. ' St. Mattheufs High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' N.R.O. T.C.: Interfraternity Ball 4: Delta Pi Mug Beta Gamma De- bating Society 2, Treasurer 3, President 4g Quarterdeck Societyg N,R.O.T.C. Band: Intramurals 1. FRANCIS X. COSTANZA ' ll8 Crescent Avenue, Leonia, N. J. - Xavier High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Accounting Society. JAMES M. COSTELLO ' 605 DeKalb St., Bridgeport, Pa. ' St. Patrick's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Gamma Phi 3,45 Accounting Society 2,3,4: Veterans Club 3,43 Intramurals 2,3. JOHN J. COSTOLNICK ' ll Thorn Street, Carbondale, Pa. - St. Rose High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEER- ING ' A.I.C.E.g Villanova Engineer 4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4g Chi Epsilon Mu 3. Treasurer 4. JAMES L, COTTRELL ' Upper Valley Road, North Wales. Pa. ' Lansdale Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi 3, Secretary 4: Accounting Society 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4. WILLIAM F. COYLE - 3921 Elsinore Street. Philadelphia, Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi 3,43 Spirit Committee l: Steering Committee 3,4: Basca Dance 4: Senior Dinner Dance: Account- ing Society 2.3, President 4: Pre-Law Society 2,3,4: Sanctuary Society 2,3,4: Knights of Columbus 2,3,4g Turf and Tinsel 43 Villanovan 4: Intramurals l,2,3. MARY L. CREEDON ' 629 West Spruce Street, Mahanoy City, Pa. ' Mahanoy City High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN NURSING - Spirit Committee 1,3: Steering Committee 3: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Junior Dinner Dance: Charity Ball 3: Pi Theta Chi l,2,3,4: Belle Masque l,2,3,4: WVIL 3,43 Belle Air 2,33 Opera Classica l,2: Villanovan l,3. MIMI B. CROSSON - 1117 North 65th Street. Philadelphia. Pa. - West Philadelphia Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING - Student Council 3: Pi Theta Chi 1.2. 3,45 Belle Masque l,2,3: Belle Air l: Villanovan 2. VINCENT J. CUCUZZELLA ' 1905 Baynard Boulevard. Wilmington, Del. ' Salesianum High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.g Student Council 4: Spirit Committee l,2,3: Steering Committee 2,33 Orientation Committee 2,43 Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: A.I.E.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Pershing Rifles l,2,3,4: Quarter- deck Society 49 lnterfraternity Ball 4: Drill Team l,2,3,4: In- tramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH M. CUSUMANO - 682 Push Rd., Strafford, Pa. - Eisenhower High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES - V.S.P.I. 3,4g WVIL l,2,3,4. I.. "2""!v' i -Q ,iill .,', s .- 'S -1135231f1i1,ShCQ3.5E3s:. 'gs-IS FQ 1 ' 'IIRISR VS. ' Hifi..-SZ-i .:, .2 . X' I E-':i171.3'-,'f'V.-- 'R' ' -313.1 ROBERT G. CZAUS ' 1643 Bristol Street, Philadelphia 40, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. JOHN J. DAGNEY ' lO3 Hampshire Drive, Chalfont, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS - French Club lg Belle Masque 2,33 Villanovan 43 Opera Classica 4: Literary Club, President 4. MICHAEL V. D'AGOSTINO - 7716 Hasbrook Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.E.E.c-I.R.E.g Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4. JOHN D. DALESANDRO ' 822 Grape Street, Vineland, N. J. - Vineland High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCA- TION ' N.E.A. 3,43 P.S.E.A. 3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOHN G. DANIEL ' 223 Second Street, Beach Haven, N. J. ' Barnegat High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Spirit Commit- tee l,2,3: Steering Committee 4: Orientation Committee 2g Junior Prom, Senior Prom: Jazz Concert 43 Orphans Outing: Sophomore Cotillion: Freshman Interview Committee 3: Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4: I.R.S. 3: Spanish Club l,2: Villanova Singers 1,25 Villanova Band 1,2g Shamokinaki 2,35 Villanovan 3,43 Belle Air 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. I ' JOHN C. DANIELS, JR. ' 65 Bristol Street, New Haven, Conn. - James Hillhouse'High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Orphans. Outing 3: Football l,2,3,4: Track l,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. MARY L. DELANEY ' 347 Harrison Avenue, Elkins Park, Pa. - Cecilian Academy - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. CARMINE K. DELLAPIETRO ' 85 New Brunswick Avenue, Hopelawn, N. J. ' Perth Amboy High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Finance Society 2,3,4z I.R.S. 2,3: I.C.G. 2,31 Pre-Law Society 4: Knights of Columbus 2,3,4: Intramurals- 1,2. WILLIAM J. DEMARKEY, JR. ' Edgewood Drive, Green- wich, Conn. ' Iona Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMI- CAL ENGINEERING - A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4z Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4: In- tramurals 4. CLAUDE J. DEPLAT O - 253 South 12th Street, Philadel- phia, Pa. - Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS - Marketing Club 2,3,4g Villanovan 3g Intramurals 1.3. DONALD E. DEROSSI ' 729 Chestnut Avenue, Vineland, N. J. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2,3,4g Marketing Club 2,3,4g S.A.M. l,2,3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals ,l,2,3,4. THOMAS A. DERR ' R.D. l, Lewisburg, Ohio ' Lewisburg Union High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.R.O.T.C.g Junior Prom: Band 2,3,4: Quarterdeck Society 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. LOUIS R. DESFOSSES ' 43 West Court, Holyoke, Mass. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. DAVID J. DEVANEY ' 136 Lakeview Avenue, Leonia, N. J. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOIVIICS. JOHN P. DEVINE ' 6252 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Chi Epsilon Mu: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.3 Villanova Engineer 4. THOMAS W. DEVINE ' 137 South Keystone Avenue, Up- per Darby, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION - N.R.O.T.C.g I.C.G. 1.23: S.E.A. 1,2,3,4g Drill Team l,2,3: Quarterdeck Society 45 Pershing Rifles l,2,3,4 CHARLES R. DEVIRGILISS ' 7526 Dorcas Street, Philadel- phia, Pa. ' Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHELOR OP SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 35 Villanovan 31 Intramurals 3,4. WILLIAM J. DIAMOND ' ll Valley View Road, Philadel- phia 18, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OP ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Belle Ball, Band Chairman: I.R.E. 3,45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 3,4. SALVATORE N. DIBLASIO ' 748 East Main Street. Norris- town, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY ' Student Council 4: Student Activities Committee 43 Spanish Club l,2,3,4: Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4: Lynx 3,43 Intra- murals l,2,3. MICHAEL J. DIFFLEY ' 22 Hawley Street, Oswego, N. Y. ' BACHELOR OE SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. DAVID J. DILLWORTH ' 21 Havertown Road, Havertown, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 4: Intramurals 4. VICTOR M. DIMAIO ' 424 West Side Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. - St. Aloysius High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 1,2,3,4g Knights of Columbus 2,3,4g Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4g Captain Cross Country 43 Cross Country 2,3,4g Track Team l,2'.3,4g Intramurals 4. ANGELO J. DIMARCO ' 143 Newbury Street, Hartford, Conn. - Bulkeley High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1,23 Steering Committee 2,33 Junior Prom Programs and Patrons Chairmang Mother's Day 33 Pre-Law Society 2,3,4: S.A.M. 2,3,4g Delta Pi Epsilon 3,43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. ANTHONY J. DIODATI ' 1526 South Broad Street. Phila- delphia 46, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. JOSEPH A. DISANTI ' 3201 Fairmount Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. - BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. RONALD S. DOB-IES ' Caves Road. Novelty, Ohio ' West Geauga High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' National Collegiate Who's Whog N.R.O.T.C.: Student Council 4: N.F.CiC.S. Senior Delegateg Vice-Presidefnt Junior Classg Steering Committee 3,43 Orientation Committee 2: Sopho-more Cotillion Decorations CO-Chairman: Orphans Weekend Chairman: Johnnies' Jamboree Chairman: Junior Promg Freshman Interview Committee 3,41 A.I.E.E. 2,32 Qua-rterdeck Society 45 Villanova Engineer 3g Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4: Drill Team 1,.2,3,4: Pershing Rifles 1,2,3,4. RUSSELL P. DODGE - 227 North 7th street, Darby, Pa. - West Catholic High Schools' BACHELOR OF ARTS - I.C.G. 4: Spanish Club l,2,3,4g Russian Club 3: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. NOEL E. DONLIN' ' 6614 Haverfprd Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. - M inersville High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL EN- GINEERING - A.I.E.E. Z,3,4g I'.R.E. 2,3,4g Veterans Club Z,3g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. I FRANCIS L. DONNELLY ' 1317 South Ruby Street, Phila- delphia, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.R.O.T.C.: Spirit Committee 1.2: Sophomore Cotilliong Marketing Club 1,2,3,4g Semper Fidelis 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2. THOMAS A. DONNELLY ' 16005 Lucille Avenue, Cleve- land, Ohio ' Commerce and Finance High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee l,2, Steering Committee 2: Orientation Committee 2: Junior Prom: Orphans Outing 3: Sophomore Cotillion: Accounting Society 2,3,4: In- tramurals 1,2,3. JAMES M. DONOGHUE ' 89 Nonotuck Street, Holyoke, Mass. - Holyoke High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1,21 Orientation Committee 2: Freshman Interview Program 3g Steering Committee 4: Sopho- more Cotillion, Senior Prom, S.A.M. 2,3,4g Turf and Tinsel 1: Intramurals l,2,3,4, JOHN J. DONOHUE ' 9236 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE - I.R.S. 3,41 I.C,G. 3,4: Sophomore Cotil- lion: Spanish Club 1,23 Track 3,43 Intramurals 1: Football l. DANIEL J. DONOVAN ' Warren Lane, Hopewell Junction, N. Y. ' St. Patrick's High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: A.S.M,E. 2,41 Intra- murals 2,3. WILLIAM P. D'ORAZIO ' 1760 N. Lindenwood Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. JOSEPH N. D'ORSANEO ' 1227 Old Lancaster Road, Ber- wyn, Pa. - Norristown High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Basra Dance 4: Mother's Day: Junior Prom: Accounting Society 2,3,4: Villanovan 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH C. DORSEY ' 1505 Norman Road, Havertown. Pa. - Sr. Joseph's Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi 3, Treasurer 45 Student Council 4: Fraternities and Societies Committee 43 Ways and Means Com- mittee 4: Steering Committee 4: Senior Prom: Junior Prom: Mother's Day 3: Sophomore Cotillion: Accounting Society 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD J. DOUGHERTY ' 34 Victory Road, Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 2: Marketing Club 3,45 Finance Club 4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. GERALD J. DOUGHERTY - 220 Wayne Avenue, Spring- field, Pa. f' Springfield High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Marketing Club 2,4: S.A.M. 2: Veterans Club 3,45 Intramurals l,,2,3. EDWARD C. DOWLING ' 719 Cornell Avenue, Drexel Hill, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN SOCIOLOGY ' Interfraternity Ball 33 Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Sec- retary 4: Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4. FRANCIS J. DOYLE - 6152 Argyle Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL EN- GINEERING ' Sophomore Cotillion: A.I.C.E. 3,4. JAMES M. DRISCOLL ' 142 Rodney Drive, Collins Park, New Castle, Del. - St. Peter's High Schol - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Junior Prom: Villanovan 4: I.R.S. 4g V.S.P.I. President 3,4. JOHN D. DRISCOLL ' 1650 44th-Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. ' Brooklyn Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OE SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Student Council 3,45 Spirit Committee 1,2, 3,4: Social Affairs Committee 3, Chairman 4: Steering Com- mittee 3,4: Junior Dinner Dance Co-Chairman: Sophomore Cotillion: Basca Dance 1,2,3g S.A.M. 2,3,4g Sanctuary Soci- ety 3: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Belle Masque 2,3,4: Shamo- kinaki 1,21 WVIL 13 Knights of Columbus 3,4, Oflicer 3,43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. I CORNELIUS J. DRISLANE ' 7 Maple Road, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. ' Briarcliff Manor High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - National Collegiate Who's Who: Chi Epsilon Mu 3, Secretary 4: Student Council 45 Academic Affairs Committee Chairman 45 Spirit Committee 2,35 Steer- ing Committee 3.4: Junior Prom Decorations Committee Co- Chairman: Mother's Day Co-Chairman 35 Charity Ball 33 A.S.M.E. 4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD J. DUCKWORTH ' 6515 Belmar Terrace, Phila- delphia, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.g A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4: Quarterdeck Society 43 Russian Language Society 3, Vice-President 4: N.F.C.C.S.: Sophomore Cotillion: Intra- murals l,2,3,4. WILLIAM J. DUNFEE ' 5540 Morris Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELORIOF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Club l,2,4: Intramurals l,Z. DANIEL J. DUNNE ' 2.315 Haverford Road, Ardmore, Pa. ' St. Katherine of Siena High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRI- CAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.E.E. 2,3,4: I.R.E. 2,3,4. JOSEPH W. DUROCHER ' 1428 North 61st Avenue, Pensa- cola, Pla. f Bishop Kenny. High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS "National Collegiate Who's Whog N.R.O.T.C.g Student Council 3: Steering Committee.2,3,4: Class Secretary 2, Vice-President 4: Orphans Party Cha-irmangi Senior Float Chairmang S.A.M. 2,33 Quarterdeck Society 4: Phi .Kappa Pi 1: Villanovan -3,42 Drill Team l,2,3: Intrainuralsil 'J ' ALBERT J, DURYEA '-.901 Horton Street, Bronx,iN. Y. ' Fordham Preparatory -,School 'BACHELOR OE SCIENCEIIIN ECO- NOMICS ! Sophomore CO'fliIiliIOIl2Q'Jl.1I1il0iIIfPIOCIHIX Senior Prom: S.A.M. 3,43 Phi Kappa- 1,23-4 Knights of Columbus 3,45 Intramurals 3,4. y I Q .V y B WILLIAM T. DUSSEAU ' 2540 Westbrook Drive, Toledo, Ohio ' 'Toledo Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.g Steering Commit- tee 2,3g Junior Prom: Dinner Dance 3: Charity Ball 39 Sopho- more Cotilliong Senior Prom: Orphans Outing 33 Quarterdeck Society 4g A.I.C.E. 3,43 Concert Band l,2,3,4: Marching Band 1,2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: N.R.O.T.C. Band 1,2, Drum Major 3, Commander 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD H. DYER ' 102 South Victoria Avenue, Ventnor, N. J. - Malvern Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Villanova Singers lg Belle Masque 4: Turf and Tinsel 2:.Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2,3,4: Biology Club 3,43 French Club l,2,3,4. BASIL J. DZUBAK ' 315 Riverdale Avenue, Yonkers, N. Y. - Archbishop Stepinac High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ' Physics Club l,2,3,4g American Institute of Phy- sics 2,3,4: WVIL 1,2,3, Music Director 4: Mendel Bulletin 43 Opera Classica 4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM A. EBERLE, JR. ' 2437 Wynnelield Drive, Haver- town, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OP SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 2.3.43 Opera Clas- sica 4. LEWIS H. ECHLIN, III ' 445 Moran Road, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. ' Austin Catholic Preparatory School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Sophomore Corillion: Steering Committee 2: Senior Prom: I.R.S. 4g Belle Air 43 Football 1: Intramurals l,2,3,4. CHARLES R. ELLISON, JR. ' 318 Hamilton St., Harrison, N. J. - Xavier High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL EN- GINEERING ' Chi Epsilon Mu 3.4: I.R.E. 2,3,4: Villanova En- gineer 3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4. BERNARD K. ELSINGER ' 166 Moore Avenue. Leonia, N. J. - Sr. Cecilia's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee l,2.3,4: N.F.C.C.S. 3.4: Mother's Day 3: Sophomore Cotilliong Marketing Club 2,3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. J. MARK EVANS ' 114 Blue Rock Road, Wilmington, Del. ' Archmere Preparatory Academy ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1,2.3: Interfraternity Ball 43 Junior Prom: S.A.M. 3, Secretary 4: Villanovan 3: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3, President 4: Intramurals 1,2,3.4. DOMINICK J. FALINI, JR. ' 128 East Gay Street, West Ches- ter, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION ' S.E.A. 1,2,3,4: Delta Pi Mu 1,2.3,4: Intra- mural Council l,2,3: Intramurals l,2,3,4. PETER A. FARRELL ' 166 Whitehall Road. Albany, N. Y. - Vincentian High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Gamma Phi 3,4g Finance Society 3,43 Opera Classica 3,43 Veterans Club 3.4. FRANCIS A. FARSACI, O.S.A. ' 2938 Westfield Avenue. Camden, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' Polyphonic Choir 1,23 C.S.M.C. 1,29 Tagastan Club 1,2,3g Intramurals 1. GEORGE F. FAY, JR. ' 102 Valley View Drive, Wethers- field, Conn. ' Wethersiield High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Sophomore Cotilliong Class Treasurer 3: Junior Prom: Steering Committee 3: S.A.M. 2,3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN FEDERICO ' 914 Edgewood Road, Havertown, Pa. ' West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYS- ICS ' N.F.C.C.S. 2: Sophomore Cotillion: American Institute of Physics 3,41 Opera Classica Society 1,2.4: Accounting Soci- ety 4: Lynx 2: Mendel Bulletin 4: Villanovan 1,2,4: Physics Club l,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. ROBERT J. FEILER ' 103 I.,owry's Lane, Rosemont, Pa. ' West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Sophomore Cotillion 2: Intramurals l.2,3.4. JAMES Ci. FERGUSON ' 7517 Elmwood Avenue, Philadel- phia. Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 2: Marketing Club 3,45 Finance Society 45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. ROBERT A. FERRARO ' 78 Village Road, Manhasset, N. Y. - Manhasset High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Junior Prom: Marketing Club 2,4: Turf and Tinsel 3: Cilee Club 43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. RICHARD C. FERRONI ' 1541 North 62nd Street. Phila- delphia, Pa. ' Overbrook High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS. CHARLES T. FETTIG ' 118 Elm Avenue, Ardmore, Pa - Lower Metion High School - BACHELOR OF 'SCIENCE IN ECO NOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1,2,3,4: N.F.C.C.S. 4: Sophomor Cotillion 23 Steering Committee '25 Marketing Club 2: Secretar 3, Vice-President 4g S.A.M. 4: American Marketing Associ: tion 2,3,43 Intramurals 1,g2,3,4. FRANK R. FICCA, JR. ' 245 West Saylor Street, Atlas, Pa Mount Carmel High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN Ec NOMICS ' N.F.C.C.S. 1,22 Spirit Committee 1,4: Turf and Tin- sel 3,45 Senior Prom: Marketing Club 2,3,4: Knights of Colum- bus 2,3,4: WVIL 43 Football 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,43 Swimming Team 4. ROBERT J. FINKELSTON ' 7432 Rugby Street, Philadel- phia. Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 4: A.S.M.E. 3,43 Phi Kappa Pi 1.2,3,4: Intramurals 3. JOHN P. FINNEGAN ' 2802 West 14th Street, Chester, Pa. St. James High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEER- ING - Chi Epsilon Mu 43 A.I.C.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4: Intramurals 3,4. ALAN A. FISHER ' 55 Jane Street, Hartsdale, N. Y. ' Arch- bishop Stepinac High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSY- CHOLOGY ' N.F.C.C.S. l,2,3.4: Spirit Committee: Student Ac- tivities Committee 4: Co-Chairman Junior Prom: Co-Chair- man Basca Dance 43 Sophomore Cotillion: Senior Promg V.S.P.I. 3,45 Delta Pi Mu l,2.3,4: Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4: Villanovan 25 Belle Air Senior Editor 4: Knights of Columbus 2,3,4: N.R.O.T.C. Drill Team 1: Chairman Senior Car Pro- gram 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4: Varsity Basketball Manager 2,3. SILVIO E. FITTIPALDI, O.S.A. ' 110 Fairfax Road, Rose- mont, Pa. ' Augustinian Academy ' BACHELOR OF ARTS. EDWARD S. FITZGERALD ' 257 Gilkeson Road, Pitts- burgh, Pa. ' Mount Lebanon High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Pre-Law Society: Football 1: Intramurals 2.3.4. THOMAS R. J. FITZGERALD ' 615 Georges Lane, Ardmore. Pa. - Shenandoah Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Finance Club 4: French Club 1: Villanovan 4: Turf and Tinsel: In- tramurals l.2,3. I .1-I " JERRY W. FITZSIMMONS ' 1220 Mulberry Street. Scran- ton, Pa. ' Scranton Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING - N.F.C.C.S. 1.2: Shamokinaki 2.3: Basca Dance 3: Charity Ball 2: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2.3.41 Cir- cuits Editor 3: Radio Club 2.3.4: A.I.C.E. 2: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Villanova Engineer 1,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. MARGARET M. FITZSIMMONS - 151 Paris Avenue. Au- dubon. N. J. ' Misericordia Hospital School of Nursing ' BACH- ELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING - Student Council 1. LOUIS C. FLANAGAN ' 601 Overhill Road, Ardmore. Pa. ' Sr. Joseph's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS - Sopho- more Cotillion: Orphans Outing 2: Mother's Day 3: Jazz Con- cert 4: Shamokinaki 1: Russian Club 3: Delta Pi Mu 2.3.4: Opera Classica 4: Villanovan 3.4: Belle Masque 4: Intra- murals 4. JAMES M. FOLEY ' 3902 Netherneld Road. Philadelphia. Pa. - La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGI- NEERING ' Steering Committee 4: Jazz Concert Chairman 3: Belle Air Ball Co-Chairman 4: A.S.C.E. 2.3. Vice-President 4: Villanova Engineer 3.4: Phi Kappa Pi 1.2.3. Vice-President 4: N.F.C.C.S. 3.4: Intramurals 1.2. ROBERT J. FOLEY ' 2345 Linwood Avenue, Coytesville, N. J. - Teaneck High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Marketing Club 2.3,4: Turf and Tinsel 2: Delta Pi Epsilon 2.3.43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. ANTHONY G. FORESE ' 63 South 5th Avenue. Coatesville. Pa. ' Coatesville High School ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 3,43 Intramurals 3.4. WALTER J. FRANCE ' 265 East 182nd Street. Bronx. N. Y. - St. Simon Stock High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS - Sha- mokinaki 3: V.S.P.I. 3.4: Villanovan 3, Circulation Editor 4' Delta Pi Mu 2.3.42 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. r ANTHONY FREDA. JR. ' 70 Pardway Drive. Plainview, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Chi Epsilon Mu 4: A.I.E.E. 2.3: I.R.E. 4: Phi Kappa Pi l.2.3.4: Villanova Engineer 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. HAROLD G. FREYERMUTI-I. O.S.A. ' 83l8 South Throop Street. Chicago. Ill - St. Rita's High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Choir l.2.3.4: Tagastan l.2.3.4: C.S.M.C. l.2.3: Au- gustinianum 4: Intramurals l.2.3.4. WILLIAM E. FULCOMER ' 1230 South 58th Street. Phila- delphia. Pa. - Leechbutg High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION - S.E.A. 1.Z.3.4: Spanish Club 3: I.C.G. 4g Delta Pi Mu l.2.3,4: Intramurals l.2.3.4. ROBERT S. FURLOW - 1733 South Avondale Street. Phila- delphia. Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS - S.A.M. 2,3.4: Intramurals I.Z.3,4. DENNIS J. GALLAGHER. O.S.A. ' 3 .Franklin Street. Rose- mont. Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS ' C.S.M.C. 1.2: Augustinianum 3.4: Tagastan Club l.2,3,4: Schola Cantorum l.2.3.4: Intramurals l.2,3.4. JOHN J. GALLAGHER ' 6087 Chester Avenue. Philadelphia 46. Pa. - BACHELOR OF ARTS IN EDUCATION. WILLIAM J. GALM ' l26 Front Street. Catasaugua. Pa. ' Allentown Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ME- CHANICAL ENGINEERING ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Pi Tau Sigma 3. President 4: Chi Epsilon Mu 3.4: Student Council 4: Elections Committee 4: Orientation Committee 4: Mother's Day: Jazz Concert: Senior Prom: Steering Committee 3.4: A.S.M.E. 2.3: Student Council Representative 4: Villan- ova Engineer. Oflice Manager 4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2.3.4g Sanc- tuary Society 3,4: Knights of Columbus 3.4. ROBERT W. GAVOTTO. O.S.A.. 3960 Centre Street. San Diego 3. Calif. ' St. Augustir1e's High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Polyphonic Choir 2.3.43 Schola Cantorum 3.4: Tagas- tan Club 2.3.43 Augustinianum 3.4: Intramurals 2.3.4. JAMES A. GAY ' 76 Coralyn Avenue. White Plains. N. Y. ' Archbishop Stepinac High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee l,2: Junior Prom: Marketing Club 43 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3.4: Varsity Golf Team 2,3,4: In- tramurals l.2.3,4. WILLIAM H. GAZI ' 614 Madison Avenue, Dunellen, N. J. - St. Peteris High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Student Coun- cil 4: Religious Affairs Committee 4: Orientation Committee 4: Steering Committee 3.4: Knights of Columbus 2.3.4: French Club l: Beta Gamma Debating l.2.3.4: Philosophy Club 3.4: Sanctuary Society 1.2.3. President 4: Intramurals 3.4. RICHARD F. GEDDIS - 1341 Murray Avenue, Plainfield. New Jersey ' St. Benedict's Preparatory ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Spirit Committee 1,25 Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Senior Promz Steering Committee 3,41 French Club 1,23 Knights of Columbus 2,3,4: Opera Classica l,2,4g Sanctuary Society l,2,3,4: Astronomy Club 1,23 Literary Club 1,43 Belle Masque 3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD J. GELB ' 236 Broadway, Monticello, New York ' Monticello High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN CHEMIS- TRY ' A.I.C.E. 2,3,4, American Chemical Society 3,43 Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4. RICHARD T. GERSTNER ' 53 Fairfield Avenue, Mineola, N. Y. - Chaminade High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' Steering Committee 3,4: Jazz Concert 4: Jun- ior Prom: A.I.C.E. l,2, Treasurer 3, President 4: Co-Chair- man of 1959 A.I.C.E.: Villanova Engineer 4: Chi Epsilon Mu 3, Vice-President 4: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4: Weightlifting Club l,2. RALPH A. GERVASIO - 21 Kent Street, Trenton IO, N. J. ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. WILLIAM E. GIBBONS - 6867 Forrest Avenue, Philadel- phia 38, Pa. - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. DONALD R. GIBLEY ' 314 Burk Avenue. Ridley Park, Pa. ' Ridley Park High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Accounting Society 2,49 Intramurals 3,4. EUGENE E. GLENNAN ' 104 North Brown Street, Glouces- ter, N. J. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. CASIMIR E. GLUSZEK ' 229 Booth Street, Chester. Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ROBERT A. GODWIN ' 87 Meeting House Lane, Spring- Held, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi, President 3,43 Orientation Commit- tee 3,43 Co-Chairman Student Union and Special Problems Committee, Steering Committee 3.4, Charity Ball 3: Mother's Day: Junior Dinner Dance: Jazz Concert 3: Co-Chairman Basca Dance 4g Accounting Society 2,3,4g Pre-Law Society 3,43 Intramurals 3,4. JOHN J. GOMES ' 823 Lindale Avenue. Drexel Hill. Pa. ' West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Steering Committee 2: Accounting Societyg Finance Society, Baseball 2: Intramurals l,2,3,4. ROBERT E. GORES ' 215 Carling Road, Rochester, N. Y. ' Aquinas Il'18flfllf0 ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Epsilon Mu 3,45 Spirit Committee 1,25 Steering Committee 2,33 Interfraternity Ball 4: A.S.C.E. 2,3,4g Geology Club 2: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Villanovan 33 Villanova Engineer 4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT L. GOUDLOCK ' 2640 North Napa Street, Phila- delphia 32, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Accounting Society 2.4: Alpha Phi Alpha 2,3,43 Basketball l,25 Intramurals l,2,4. EDWARD J. GRACE ' 2830 Normandy Drive, Philadelphia, Pa. - St. Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - S.A.M. Z,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROLLIN P. GRANT ' 369 Pine Street, Lockport, N. Y. ' De- Sales High School - BACHELOR OP CHEMICALENGINEERINO - Steering Committee 33 Junior Prom: A.I.,C.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4. RONALD R. GRECO ' 714 Maple Street, Conshohocken, Pa. - St. Matthew's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Accounting Society 2,3,4: Intramurals ,2,4. IVAN T. GREEN, O.S.A, ' 13244 Gilbert Avenue, Anaheim, Cailf. ' Cantwell High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' C.S.M.C. 1,23 Augustinianum 3,4g Polyphonic Choir l,2,3,43 Schola Cantorum 1,2,3,4z Intramurals 1,2,3,4. FREDERICK L. GREISINGER ' 4219 North Franklin Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Olney High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' I.C.G. 3: Villanova Singers 3,43 Literary Club 43 Villanovan 2, Intramurals l,2,3,4. WILLIAM A. GRIFFIN, O.S.A. ' 8341 South Morgan Street, Chicago, Ill. ' St. Rita's High School ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' C.S.M.C. 1,23 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS E. GRIFFITH ' 35 West Greenhill Road, Broomall, Pa. - Malvern Preparatory ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Marketing Club 2,3,4: Baseball 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. LEON B. GUZIOWICZ ' 4472 Silverwood Street, Philadel- phia 27, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN V. HAGOSKY ' 1823 Lansing Street. Philadelphia, Pa. - La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' I.R.S. 2, Secretary-Treasurer 33 S.A.M. 3.4. CHESTER J. HAITSMA - 5-05 First Street. Fair Lawn. N. J. - Fair Lawn High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Mendel Bulletin 3: Knights of Columbus 2.3.41 Biology Club 2: Lambda Kappa Delta 2.3.4. FRED A. I-IAJDUK ' 1215 Penn Avenue, Jeannette, Pa. ' Jeannette High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ' N.R.O.T.C.: Shamokinal-ri 2,3,4: American Institute of Physics 1,2.3,4: Delta Pi Mu l.2,3.4: Semper Fidelis Society 3.4: Quar- terdeck Society 4: WVIL 1: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT A. HALL ' 15204 Cross Bay Boulevard. Howard Beach. N. Y. - Brooklyn Preparatory - BACHELOR OF ELECTRI- CAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 3.4: A.I.E.E. 4g Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS K. HALL ' 206 South Jackson Street. Arlington. Va. ' St. John's College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Steering Committee 3: Delta Pi Mu 1.2, 3.4: Sanctuary Society 2.3.42 Knights of Columbus 2.3.4: Baseball 2: Intramurals l.2.3,4. WILLIAM J. HALLISSEY, JR. ' 176 North Madison Ave- nue. Upper Darby, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Mother's Day: Accounting Society 2.3,4: Pre-Law Soci- ety 2,33 Turf and Tinsel 4: Intramurals 1,2,3.4. J. LINCOLN HALLOWELL ' 429 Clinton Avenue. Brook- lyn 38, N. Y. - Brooklyn Preparatory ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Belle Masque 3, President 4: Intramurals l.2.3.4. MARY B. HALPHEN ' 914 Hudson Street, Gloucester. N. J. - Gloucester Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi 1,2,3.4: Belle Masque 1.2.3: Villa- novan 2: Belle Air 1: Turf and Tinsel 1.2. J. EMMETT HAMMOND ' 720 Ford Street. Bridgeport, Pa. - Bishop Kenrick High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 3.4: Accounting Society 2,3,4: S.A.M. 4: Delta Pi Epsilon 4: Intramurals l.2,3,4. RAYMOND J. HARLEY ' 6919 Chester Avenue. Philadel- phia 42. Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. THOMAS J. HARLEY - 5622 Florence Avenue. Philadelphia, Pa. - West Catholic' High School - BACHELOR GF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.E.E. 3.4: Intramurals l.2,3,4. RICHARD A. HARPER ' 127 Shelbourne Road. Havertown. Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Club 2.3,4: Spanish Club 3.4: S.A.M. 4: Business Whirl 3,43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. GEORGE E. HART ' 122 West Chelten Avenue. Philadelphia, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3.4g Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH J. HARVEY ' 322 Marshall Street, Phoenixville, Pa. - Roman Catholic High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Sophomore Cotillion: Accounting Society 3.4: Turf and Tinsel 4: Swimming Team 2.3: Co-Captain 4. In- tramurals l,2: Intramurals Council 3. JANET M. HATTER ' 815 Summit Grove Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' Palmyra Junior-Senior High School ' Lankenau Hospital School of Nursing - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN NURSING. DAVID B. HAYES ' 350 Hutchinson Boulevard, Mount Ver- non, N. Y. ' Iona Preparatory ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1,21 Student Council Interview Committee 33 Steering Committee 3,4: Junior Prom: Sopho- more Cotillion: S.A.M. 2.3, Vice-President' 43 Knights of Columbus 3.4: Belle Air Business Staff 4: Intramurals 1. JOHN F. HEBERER, JR. ' 65 Meadows Lane, Haverford, Pa. ' Haverford High School - .BACHE-EOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' N.R.O.T.C.g Spirit Committee 25 Steering Commit- tee 2: Pre-Law Society 2,3,4g I,R.S. 2.3,4g Quarterdeck Soci- ety 43 Debating Society 35 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN VI HEPFERNAN ' 438 Wolf's Lane. Pelham Manor. N. Y. - Iona Preparatory ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Spirit Committee 1,21 Student Council Interview Committee 3: Orientation Com- mittee lz Steering Committee 3,43 Secretary of Junior Class: Co-Chairman Senior Dinner Dance: Sophomore Cotillion: Jun- ior Prom: S.A.M. 2,3, Treasurer 4: Knights of Columbus 3,4: Intramurals 1,3,4. DANIEL M. HENDERSON ' 705 Oak Hill Drive. Shreve- port, La. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. WILLIAM J. HENDERSON, JR. - 174 Morningside Circle, Wayne, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. THOMAS R. HENNIGAN, O.S.A. ' 2322 Andrews Avenue, Bronx, N. Y. " Augustinian Academy ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' C.S.M.C. 1,23 Augustinianum 4, Secretary"3g Choir l,2,3,4: Tagastan Club 1,2,3,43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. JAMES J. HENRY, III ' 219 Orchard Road, Springiield, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL EN- GINEERING ' Ai.I.E.E. 3,43 Intramurals 3,4. WILLIAM P. HENRY - 427 East Allens Lane, Philadelphia. Pa. - La Salle High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL EN- GINEERING ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Pi Tau Sigma 3,43 Student Council 3,43 Chairman Ways and Means Commit- tee 4: Student Cabinet 44: Parliamentarian 4: Co-Chairman Parents Day 4: Steering Committee 3,4: Co-Chairman Senior Dinner Dance: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Intramural Football 3,42 A.S.M.E. 3, Secretary 4. THOMAS P. HERON ' 3402 Ryan Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. ' La Salle High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' N.F.C.C.S. 1,23 Spirit Committee 1,4: Turf and Tinsel 3,43 Senior Prom: Marketing Club 2,3,4: Knights of Columbus 2,3,4: WVIL 45 Football l,2,3,4g Basketball 1: Track 43 In- tramurals 2,3,4. EUGENE R, HEWITT ' 144 Fawn Lane, Haverford, Pa. ' St. Josepb's College High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Steering Committee 3: Literary Club 4: Villanovan 3,4: WVIL l,2.3,4: Intramural Council 3: Swimming Team 1,23 Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD W. HEYWOOD ' 49 Prince Street, Boston 30, Mass. ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. JOHN T. HIGGINS ' 1541 Burmont Road, Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL EN- GINEERING. WILLIAM J. HILL ' 12 North 6th Street, Darby, Pa. ' West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING - A.S.C.E. 2,3,4,5: Intramurals 4. JOHN L. HINKLE ' R.D. :lq':1, Westherly, Pa. ' Westherly High School - BACHELOR OP ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 3,49 A.I.E.E. 1,2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,3,4. GILBERT J. HIRSCLER ' 4121 North Reese Street, Philadel- phia, Pa. - 'Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spirit Committee 1,2g Steering Com- mittee 3: Sophomore Cotillionp Orphans Outing: Accounting Society 2,3,4: Villanova Singers 2: Semper Fidelis Society 1,2,3, Intramurals l,2,3,4. THOMAS A. HOFFMAN ' 80 Merwin Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. - Aquinas Institute - BACHELOR OF ARTS ' National Col- legiate Who's Who: Student Council 1,25 President of Student Body and Chairman of Council 4: Vice Chairman 35 Student Activities Chairman 2: Student-Faculty Committee 3,41 Stu- dent-Administration Committee 43 N.F,C.C.S. 2,3,4: Spirit Committee l,3,4, Secretary 2: Steering Committee 3,43 Orienta- tion Committee 2,4, Chairman 33 Villanovan l,2,4: Turf and Tinsel 3: Sanctuary Society l,2,35 Lambda Kappa Delta l,2,3, 43 Intramurals l,2. CHARLES E. HOFFMAN, III, OSA. ' 304 Greenwood Ave- nue, Jenkintown. Pa. ' Jenkintown High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' C.S.M.C, 2,33 S.E.A. 4: Seminary Choir 2,31 Schola Cantorum 2,3. JOHN J. HOLAS ' 3366 Franklin Avenue, Toledo, Ohio ' Central Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL EN- GINEERING ' N.R.O.T.C. Spirit Committee 2: Steering Com- mittee 2: Sophomore Cotillionp Junior Prom: Charity Ball 3g Orientation Committee 2g Orphan's Outing: A.I.C.E. 3,41 Quarterdeck Society 45 Pershing Rifles l,2,3,4, Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4, Knights of Columbus 3.4: Drill Team l,2,3, Com- mander 4: Intramurals 2,3. GERALDINE M. HOLLINGER ' 3445 ,Horton Road, New- town Square, Pa. ' Allentown Central Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING - Sophomore Corillion: Pi Theta Chi -l,2,3,4: Belle Masque 2,3,4. ROB-ERT J. HOLT ' 126 Madison Road, Lansdowne, Pa, ' West Catholic- High School - BACHELOR' OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Marketing Club 2,'3, Secretary 4: S.A.M. 4: Intra- murals l,2,3,4. p LEON ,AHORIN ' Esibell Avenue, Millville, N. J. ' Milluille High School' - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Orphanls Outingg Senior Prom: Accounting Society 3,43 Var- sity Club 2,3f,4.3 Turf and Tinsel 3,43 Football l,2,3,4g Intramurals I ' f MICHAEL J. ,HORAOVVITZ ' 'Christopher Street, New York, N. Y. ' Cardinal Farley Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 4: Delta Pi Epilson 2,3,4g French Club 3: Intramurals l,,2,3,4. JOHN J. HOUSER ' 521 Fairhill Street, Willow Grove, Pa. - Roman Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY 0 American Chemical Society 3,45 Villanova Chem- ical Society, President 4: Russian Club 4. PAUL M. HOWARD ' 6840 Morris Park Road, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Episcopal Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' N.R.O.T.C.: S.A.M. 45 Quarterdeck Society 4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Villanova Singers 2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,3,4. RICHARD C. HOWARD ' 6 Church Road, Ardmore, Pa. ' St. JOhn's College High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 3.4: Semper Fidelis Society l,2, 3,43 Marching Band l: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOHN D. HOY ' 1006 Stanbridge Street, Norristown, Pa. ' Eisenhower Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Junior Prom: Pre-Law Society 3,43 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,43 Intramurals l,2,3. C. RONALD HOYT ' 15 Dwayne Street, Oceanport, N. J. - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spirit Committee l,2,3g Accounting Society 2.3,43 WVIL 1: Intramurals l,2. 3.4. JAMES F. HUBBERT ' 29 Cypress Lane, Dayles Ford, Pa. - Malvern Preparatory - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Junior Prom: Pre-Law Society 3,43 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,43 Intramurals 2,3,4. ALBERT C. HURLBRINK, JR. - 7238 North 21st Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Student Council 4: Sophomore Cotillion3 Charity Ball 3: Accounting Society 2,43 Pre-Law Society 2,3, President 43 Pre-Law Publication 3,42 Delta Pi Epsilon 2.3,43 Turf and Tinsel 4: Swimming Team 1,23 Intra- murals 2,3,4. RICHARD G. IANIERI - 2948 South Thirteenth Street, Phil- adelphia, Pa. ' Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Accounting Society: Intramurals. PETER P. IDELL ' 95 Essex Avenue, Lansdowne, Pa. ' West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS - American Institute of Physics l,2,3,4g Physics Club l,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PAUL H. IEFLAND ' Cherry Lane, Wilton, Conn. ' Fair- field College Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' Spirit Committee lg Steering Committee 23 Orientation Committee 23 French Club 3: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOHN E. ISSELMANN ' 188 Marlyn Avenue, Lansdowne. Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OE SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' I.R.S. 3,43 I.C.Ci. 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Beta Gamma Debating 2,3,4. FRANCIS X. JACKSON ' 261 Sanford Road, Upper Darby, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Society: Intramurals 1. ROBERT V. JACKSON ' 2586 Radcliffe Road, Broomall, Pa. Marple Newtown High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.F.C.C.S. 43 Accounting Society 2,3,4: Pre- Law Society 43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. VICTOR S. JACZUN ' 740 W. Erie Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2g Spanish Club, l,Z: Accounting Society 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,4. SCANCIA JAVOSICWICZ, SR. ' Grant Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia 14, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. ROBERT E. JOHNSON ' 412 Sunlit Terrace, Utica, N. Y. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS. THOMAS E. JONES ' 40 Sommer Avenue, Glen Ridge, N. J. Glen Ridge School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGIN- EERING ' A.I.E.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l,Z,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JAMES S. JORDAN ' 1210 Richmont Street, Scranton, Pa. ' Sr. Paul's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOM- ICS ' Spirit Committee 3.43 Turf and Tinsel 45 Intramurals l. JOSEPH R. JORDAN, JR. -V Stoke Road, Villanova, Pa, - Lower Merion Senior High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Turf and Tinsel 49 Intramurals Z,3,4. JOHN H. JULIAN ' 646 Prospect Street, Glen Rock, N. J. ' Ridgewood High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGIN- EERING - A.I.E.E. l,2,3, I.R.E. 43 Phi Kappa Pi l,Z,3,4. THOMAS F. KAMINSKY ' 48 South Fourth Street, Park Ridge. N. J. ' Park Ridge Public High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION - Lambda Kappa Delta lz Intramurals l,2,3,4. RAYMOND A. KANTRA ' 143 Fourth Street, Edison, N. J. St. Mary's Perth Amboy High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY. GARY G. KAVANAGI-I ' 727 Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' Lower Merion Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spirit Committee 2: Marketing Club. Treasurer 3, President 4: Acounting Society 2: Intramurals 2, 3',4. JAMES R. KAY ' 26 Stephenson Court, Charleston, W. Va. ' Charleston Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 3,4: Veterans Club 2,43 I.R.S. 3. JAMES P. KEARNEY ' 214 Parkview Drive, Broomall, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Pi 3,43 Student Council 43 Student Ac- tivities Committee 4g Marketing Club 2,3,4. JOHN P. KEARNS ' 159 Grandview Road. Ardmore, Pa. ' West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Marketing Club 4: Delta Pi Epsilon 3,45 Intramurals l,2,3. FRANK P. KEEFE ' l95 Tyler Street, East Haven, Conn. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Swimming 1.2.3, Co-Captain 4. JOHN F. KEEGAN ' 846 Blythe Avenue, Drexel Hill, Pa. ' La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - Pi Tau Sigma 4: Spirit Com- mittee 2: Steering Committee 4: Orientation Committee 2,32 Home Coming 4: A.S.M.E. 4: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Belle Air 4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. RICHARD P. KELLEY ' 1439 Lawrence Road, Havertown, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Club 2.3,4: Finance Club 4: S.A.M. 3,43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. IRVIN B. KELLER ' 333 Snowball Drive, Levittown, Pa. ' Neshamirzy High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Student Council 3: Steer- ing Committee 3: Inter Fraternity Ball 2, Decorating Chairman 4: Villanova Astronomical Society 1.2: Villanova Biology Club 3.4: Mendel Bulletin 2,3,4: Lambda Kappa Delta l,2,3: Knight of Columbus 2, Chancellor 3, Deputy Grand Knight 4. JOHN D. KELLER. O.S.A ' 7534 Ohio Place. La Mesa. Calif. - Saint Augustine High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN PHILOSOPHY ' Tagastan Club l,2,3,4: Schola Cantorum l,2,3, 4, Intramurals l,2,3,4. DANIEL J. KELLY - 1525 North 55th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - Saint Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 2,3,4: Intramurals 2,3,4. LAWRENCE J. KELLY ' 26 Summit Avenue, Westwood, N. J. - Fordham Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF CHEMI- CAL ENGINEERING ' Student Council 4: Student Activities Committee 4: Spirit Committee l,2: Steering Committee 3,47 Mother's Day 3: Sophomore Cotillion Charity Ball 3: Junior Prom: Orphan's Weekend 3: A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,3,4. MARY B. KELLY H 110 West Centre Street, Ashland, Pa. ' Immaculate Heart High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi 1,2,3,4g Women's Glee Club 3,45 Opera Classica 2. ROBERT W. KEMPEN ' 61 Durham Road, New Hyde Park, N. Y. - Chaminade High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - Basca Dance 3,4: A.I.E.E. 3,4: Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4g Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4g Intramurals 2,3,4. GREGORY C. KEMPTON ' 483 Olympic Avenue, Haver- town, Pa. - Saint Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Society 2,3,4g Intramurals 3. JOHN D. KENEDY - 6161 Harley Avenue, Philadelphia 42, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. WALTER F. KENNEY ' R. 26, Indian Lane, Media, Pa. ' Saint James High School - BACHELOR OP MECHANICAL EN- GINEERING ' Chi Epsilon Mu 3, 45 Pi Tau Sigma 3, Treas- urer 4: A.S.M.E. 2,3: Intramurals 1. RICHARD A. KEYSER ' 1 19 W. Elm Street, Norristown, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. CARL E. KIERNEY ' 210 Lembeck Avenue, Jersey City 5. N. J. ' Saint Peter's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Club 2.3: Astronomy Club 33 Mendel Bulletin, Photography Editor 3,49 Lambda Kappa Delta l,2,3,45 Intramurals 1, ISRAEL KIMBERG ' 2211 Spruce Street, Philadelphia 3, Pa. - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. CHARLES A. KIMNACH ' 401 Hastings Avenue, Havertown. Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDLES - N.F.C.C.S. 1,2,3,4, V.S.P.I., Treasurer 3, 4, Marketing Club lg Villanova Singers 2: Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4, Pershing Rifles 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOHN J. KING, JR. ' 5208 North Sydenham Street, Phila- delphia 41, Pa. ' Saint Joseph's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Student Council 4: Student Senate 4: Fraternities and Societies Chairman: Orientation Committee 3, 4: Mother's Day Ticket Co-Chairman: Sopho- more Cotilliong A.S.M.E. 3, Treasurer 4: Villanovan 3: Vil- lanova Engineers 3,45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Knighw Of Colum- bus 3,4g Intramurals l,2.3,4g Pi Tau Sigma. ROBERT M. KINSLOW - 4384 13L Creswell Street, Phila- delphia 29, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ALBERT J. KITTO ' 325 Gorsuch Street. Folsom, Pa. ' Saint James High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SO- CIOLOGY. ROBERT G. KLINCK ' 74 Hutton Street. Jersey City, N. J. - Saint Peter's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Varsity Baseball 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2. JOAN L. KLING ' 253 Lexington Avenue, East Lansdowne, Pa. - Notre Dame Moylan High School - BACHELOR OP SCI- ENCE IN NURSING. E. CHRISTOPHER KLOSS ' 725 Valley Road. Upper Mont- clair, N. J. - Xavier High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING - A.S.C.E. 2,3,4: Psychology Club 3. Geology Club 2: Phi Kappa Pi l.2,3,4: Turf and Tinsel 3.4: Intramurals l,2,3,4: Varsity Rifle Team 2.3, Captain 4. JAMES J. KNAPP - 147 W. Marshall Sr., Norristown, Pa. - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. DANIEL R. KOLISNYK - 1215 Stafford Street. Philadelphia. Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION - S.E.A. 1,2,3.4: Spanish Club Z: I.C.G. 4: Editor S.E.A. News Letter 4: Intramurals 1.2.3. CHARLES J. KONTULY ' ll6 Dewey Place ' Atlantic City, N. J. - BACHELOR OP ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. KENNETH R. KRAEMER ' 532 Reynolds Avenue, Lancaster, Pa. ' Lancaster Catholic High School. ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Student Council 4: Executive Vice-President of Education 4: Spirit Committee 1.2: Steering Committee 3.4: Shamokinaki Dance 3,4: Orientation Com- mittee 4: Spanish Club 1.2: I.R.S. 3: Delta Pi Mu 2.3, Re- cording Secretary 4: Villanovan 3: Belle Air 3,41 Lynx 3: Student Council Cabinet 4: Delta Epsilon Sigma. ALBERT D. KREBEL ' 626 DeKalb Street, Norristown, Pa. - Saint Patrick High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Marketing Club 2,3,4: Veteran's Club 3.4: Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. Que' 0, PAUL T. KUI-IN ' 18 Francis Terrace, Glen Cove, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL EN- GINEERING ' Spirit Committee 2,3: Basca Dance 4: Junior Prom: Senior Dinner Dance, Co-Chairman: Steering Committee 3,43 A.S.M.E. 3,4g Sanctuary Society lg Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Villanova Engineer lg Intramurals 3,4. EDWARD K. KULAK ' 5205 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. - Roxboroagh High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE - I.R.S. 3,4g I.C.G. 3,45 Intramurals 1.2, 3,4. THOMAS G. LABRECQUE ' 99 Grange Avenue, Fair Haven, N. J. ' Red Bank Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' National Collegiate Who's Whog N.R.O.T.C.g Father's Day Committee, Chairman 4: Mother's Day Commit- tee, Co-Chairman 3: Sophomore Cotillion 2: Steering Com- mittee 3,4z Quarterdeck Society 43 Navy Yearbook, Co-Editor 3, Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4, Secretary 3g 'Intramurals l,2,3,4. FRANK L. LAEVEY ' 33 Sussex Road, Tenafly, N. J. ' Tena- fly High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spirit Committee l,2,3: Steering Committee 3: S.-A.M. 2: Sem- per Fidelis 1,23 Intramurals l,2,3,4. A SEVERO F. LANZA-MEGWINOFF ' Calle Betances 14510: Floral Park. HatoRey, Puerto Rico ' Valley Forge Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Club 2,3,4: Spanish Club 3.4, Vice-President 4: I.R.S. 4: Opera Classica 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. , SUZANNE R. LaROSE ' 771 Louise Drive, Springfield, Dela- ware County, Pa. ' Little Flower High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING - N.F.C.C.S. 1,29 Spirit Committee 1, 23 Steering Committee 3: Sophomore Cotillion 2: Junior Din- ner Dance 3: Pi Theta Chi l,23,4'3' WVIL 1,2g Belle Masque l,2,3,4: Belle Air 1. JOSEPH H. LAUZON ' 1331 Harding Avenue, Palmyra, Pa. - Lebanon Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF CIVIL EN- GINEERING ' Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4g Steering Committee 3: A.S.C.E. 2,3,-4: A.S.C.E. Newspaper, Editor 4: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4g Villanova Engineer 1,2,3,4g Copy Editor 3, Associate 45 Intramurals 3,43 Hockey Club 2,3,4. PETER J. LAVEZZOLI ' 2733 Southwest 9th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. ' Delhaas High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' N.R.O.T.C, ' Sophomore Cotillion 2g Johnnie's Jamboreeg Quarterdeck Society 4. ALBERT M. LAWLER ' 460 New England Terrace, Orange, N. J. - Orange High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL EN- GINEERING ' A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. l,2,3,4: Quarterdeck Society 4: Amateur Radio ,Club l,2,3,4: Villanovan l,2,3,4, Photo Edi- tor 2,35 WVIL l,2,3,43 Belle Air 1,2,3, Managing Editor 4: Villanova Engineer l, 2, Photo Editor 35 Knights of Colum- bus 3,43 Intramurals l,2. ROBERT L. LAWLOR ' 611 Neshaminy Road. Croydon, Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 4. 'har JAMES A. LEGATES, III - 387 School Lane, Telford, Pa. - Lansdale Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Astronomy Club 3,4g S.A.M. 3,4. EDWARD LEMKIN ' 79 Glen View Terrace, New Haven, Conn. - James Hillhouse High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Accounting Society 2.3,-4g Varsity Club 2.3, 4: Turf and Tinsel 33 Football 1.2.3, Co-Captain 43 Intra- murals l,2,3.4. RICHARD K. LENSKOLD ' 352 Watchung Avenue, North Plainfield, ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. THOMAS LEO, O.S.A. ' 5730 South Winchester Avenue, Chicago, Ill. - Mendel Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PHILOSOPHY - C.M.M.C. l,2: Augustinianum Club 3.4: Tagastan Club 1,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. OMAR LEON-SALES ' Avenue l7 :f:j:72-91, Maracaibo, Venezuela ' Saint Francis Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spanish Club l,2.3,4: Finance Club l,2,3,4g I.R.S. 3,41 Opera Classica 1.4: WVIL 3: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. - PETER G. LERSH ' 19 Arnold Park, Rochester 7, N. Y. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. HERBERT G. LETTAU ' 403 Raines Park. Rochester, N. Y. ' Aquinas Institute ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Student Council 4: Spirit Committee l,2: Steering Committee 4: Orientation Com- mittee 2: I.R.S. 3: French Club l: Literary Club 2: Villanovan 3, Circulation Manager 4: Interfraternity Ball 4: Lynx 3: Rifle Team 1.2.33 Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD LIND ' 2905 Arctic Avenue. Atlantic City, N. J. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. THOMAS M. LOCASSALE ' 2127 South 23rd Street. Phila- delphia. Pa. ' Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 4: Orientation Committee 2. 33 Ring Committee 3: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2.3.42 Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, President 49 Semper Fidelis 2, Secretary 3: Religious Affairs Committee 3.4: Knights of Co- lumbus 2,39 Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4. DANIEL LOGGI ' 208 North Florida Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. - Atlantic City High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION ' S.E.A, 3,43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. DOMINICK A. LONGHI ' 58 North Springfield Road, Clifton Heights, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OE SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 1,23 Intramurals-1,2,3,43 Golf Team 3, PETER T. LONGWORTH ' 16 Nathan Hale Drive, Hunt- ington, N. Y. - Delbarton School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION ' Spirit Committee 33 Sophomore Cotillion 2: Ring Committee 3, Basca Dance 4: Junior Prom 35 S.E.A. 1,2,4g Villanovan 1: Belle Air 1,23 Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. J. MICHAEL LOUGHLIN ' 2 Wesley Drive, Leicester, Mass. ' Saint John's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1,2: Junior Prom: S.A.M. 3,45 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Golf Team 4. CARLO F. LOVECCHIO ' 215 South Elmer Avenue, Sayre, Pa. - Sayre Area Joint High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION ' Student Council 3: Orientation Committee 3: Junior Prom: Junior Dinner Danceg MOther's,Day:, Senior Jazz Concert: Sanctuary Society 15 S.E.A.: Literary Club 4: Vill- anovan 1: Concert Band 1,2,3,4g Turf and Tinsel 4,5 March- ing Band 1,21 Villanovans 2,3,49 N.F.C.C.'S. Variety Show 2: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. I RICHARD K. LYDIC ' 518 Keystone Avenue, Cresson, Pa, ' Girard College High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN SO- CIAL STUDIES - I.C.G. 3,4: I.R.S. 3,45 3Inrrainurals lg Track 1,2,3,4. ,- EDWARD LYNAM ' Exton Post Ofliice, Exton, Pa ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE' INIECONOMICS. EDWARD T. LYNCH ' 5773 Dunlap Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS, RAYMOND E. LYNN, O.S.A. ' 446 North Orange Avenue, West Covina, Calif. ' Fenwick High School ' BACHELOR OE ARTS IN PHILOSOPHY. JOHN A. MACALUSO ' 322 Stanley Avenue, Havertown, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,4. RUSS MACGROTTY ' 32 Westgate Boulevard, Plandome, N. ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' 1,23 Steering Committee 2, Senior Prom: Orphans Outing: Pre-Law Society 1,2,3g I.R.S. 1: A.I.E.E. 1: WVIL3 Band, Track 1,29 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. FRED J. MACHINCHICK - Depot Lane, Cutchgue, N. Y. - BACHELOR OP MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. F. ANTHONY MACKLIN ' 319 West Carpenter Lane, Phila- delphia. Pa. ' Germanown Academy ' BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ENGLISH ' Senior Class Publicist: Pre-Law Society 3: Spanish Club l,2: Belle Air 4: Lynx 3, Managing Editor 4: Villanovan 3,43 WVIL 4: Literary Club 3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. DANIEL F. MADDEN - 7143 Boyer Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. FRANK W. MADDEN ' 203 Pilgrim Lane, Drexel Hill, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL EN- GINEERING ' A.S.M.E. 3,45 Veterans Club 3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. RONALD F. MAGRAY ' 7718 Ardleigh Street. Philadelphia. Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Student Council 4: Elections Committee Co- Chairman 4: N.F.C,C.S. 1: Orientation Committee 2.3.42 Spirit Committee 1,23 Steering Committee 2,3,4: Class Treas- urer 2: Sophomore Cotillion: Mother's Day Committee: Senior Jazz Concert Co-Chairman: I.C.C1. 4g I.R.S. 3: Pre-Law So- ciety 2: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4g Belle Air 4: Intramurals 1.2. THOMAS E. MAGUIRE ' 600 Lafayette Road, Merion Park, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN E. MAHER ' 417 Lafayette Avenue, River Edge, N. J. ' Holy Trinity High School ' BACHELOR OP CHEMICAL EN- GINEERING ' Sophomore Cotilliong Mother's Day Committee: A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l.2,3.4: Sanctuary Society 1,2: Beta Gamma Debating Society 1: Knights of Columbus 3,43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. W. STEPHEN MAHLE ' 1509 Rockland Avenue, Rocky River, Ohio ' Saint Edward High Echool ' BACHELOR OF ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING - National Collegiate Who's Who: N.R,O.T.C.: Chi Epsilon Mu 4: Student Council 2: Spirit Committee 2: Steering Committee 2.3,4: Junior Prom: Class President 2: Chairman Orientation Committee 2: Orphans Weekend: Knights of Columbus 3,43 Phi Kappa Pi 2.3,4: Quarterdeck Society 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. VICTOR B. MANFREDI - 30-I2 73rd Street, Jackson Heights. N. Y. ' La Salle Military Academy ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Pre-Law Society 3,45 Intramurals 2,3,4. MARY MARDAS ' 815 Summit Grove Avenue. Bryn Mawr. Pa. ' Lankenatz Hospital School of Nursing ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. ilu' EW' 'bi MICHAEL J. MARINEK ' 401 North Third Street, Steelton, Pa. - Bishop McDevitt High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4: Spirit Committee 3,4- Basca Ticket Co-Chairman 4: A.I.Ch.E., Secretary 3, Vice- President 4: Phi Kappa Pi 3: A.S.C.E. 23 Sanctuary Society 32: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 1 RACHEAL L. MAROTTO ' 2545 South 17th Street, Phila- delphia, Pa. - Hallahan Catholic Girls' High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. RICHARD A. MARTIN - 4007 Old Orchard Road, York, Pa, - Central High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS - WVIL 1- Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: French Club 2,3, 1 VICTOR M. MARTINEZ ' 167 San Jorge Street, Santurce, Puerto Rico ' Valley Forge Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spanish Club 2,3,4g Marketing Club 3,45 I.R.S. 4, WVIL 3: Opera Classica 1,23 Intramurals 1,2, 3,4. JOHN J. MARTINO ' 30 Worrell Drive, Springfield, Pa. ' West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYS- ICS ' Physics Club 1,-2,3,4g American Institute of Physics: In- tramurals 1,2,3,4. DON C. MARZ 1 85-29 66th Road, Rego Park 74, AN. Y. 3 Saint Johrfs Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OE SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS ' Junior Prom: Basca Dance 43 A.I.Ch.E. 2: I.R.S. 35 Turf and Tinsel 33 Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3g Intramurals 1,2i,3,4. I . ,S I NIICHAEL J. iMAeSTRAsNGELO,p'. West Pothouse Road, Phoenixville, Pa, fi Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN' BIOLOGY - National Collegiate Who's Who: Senior Jazz Concertf- Interfraternfity' Ball 39 Biology Club 2,3,4: Astronomy Club 2: Lambda? Kappa Delta l,2,3,4: Opera Classca 23 .Mendel Bulletin 3, Editor 4: Villanovan 1,2, 3,43 Intramurals lg Delta Epsilon Sigma. LOUIS K. MATHES ' 7813 Lister Street, Philadelphia, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. MICHAEL J. MATTA ' 7629 Overbrook Avenue, Philadel- phia, Pa. ' Saint Thomas More High School ' BACHELOR OE SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.F.C.C.S. 3: Marketing Club 2: Business Whirl 29 Intramurals 3. ROBERT MATTER ' 121 Normandy Road, Upper Darby, Pa. - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. LAWRENCE P. MAUCHER - 306 South Cleveland Avenue, Wilmington, Del. ' Salesianum High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.g Spirit Committee 1,2,3g Chairman Junior Prom: Steering Committee 2.3: Soph- omore Cotillion: Orientation Committee 2g A.I.E.E. 2,3,4: Russian Club 43 Quarterdeck Society 4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Interfraternity Ball 4: Belle Air, Sports Editor 43 Shamokinaki 3,41 Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOHN M. MAURER ' 932 Peermont Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. - Dormont High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS - Spanish Club l,2: Villanovan 3,43 Semper Fidelis Society 1,43 Literary Club 45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOHN M. MCALUNEY ' 7229 Forrest Avenue, Philadelphia 38, Pa. - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. JOHN J. MCANDREWS ' 94 Beechman Road, Summit, N. J. - Summit Senior High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BI- OLOGY ' French Clubg Mendel Bulletin: Intramurals. DANIEL A. MCATEER ' 673 East 18th Street, Brooklyn. N. Y. ' Brooklyn Prep High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee l: Senior Prom: Steering Committee 3: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Promz Marketing Club 29 Intramurals l,2,3,4. THOMAS J. MCAVOY ' 92 West End Avenue, Binghamton, N. Y. - Saint Patrick Academy - BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PsY- CHOLOGY ' V.S.P.I. 4g Delta Pi Mu l,2.3.4: Intramurals l,2, 3,4. DONALD J. MCCARTHY ' 4 East Windermere Terrace, Lansdowne, Pa. ' Lansdowne-Aldan High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.F.C.C.S. lg Spirit Committee 2: Basca Dance 4: Senior Jazz Concert: Sophomore Cotillion: Steering Committee 2: Accounting Society 2.3.43 Mu Lambda Chi 2,3,4: Business Whirl 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD M. MCCARTHY ' 50 Robert Road, Marblehead, Mass. J' Saint John's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Orphans Outing 3,4: Senior Prom: Var- sity Club l,2,3,4: Marketing Club 3,49 Turf and Tinsel 4: Football 2,3,4: Intramurals 4. KEVIN B. MCCLATCHY - North Valley Road, Paoli, Pa. - Malvern Preparatory School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E.p Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4. FRANCIS P. MCCONNELL ' 722 Guion Drive, Mamaroneck. N. Y. ' Mount Saint Michael High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Interfraternity Ball 3,45 Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4g Villa- novan 3,49 Intramurals l,2,3,4. JAMES F. MCCORMACK ' 5717 Wilson Lane, Bethesda, Md. ' Archbishop Carroll High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS - S.A.M. 2,3,4g Delta Pi Epsilon 3,49 In- tramurals 1,2,3,4. CHARLES MCCORMICK ' 270 Bridge Street, Drexel Hill, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OP CIVIL EN- GINEERING ' A.S.C.E. 3,4,5p Geology Club 3: Intramurals 1,2. MICHAEL J. MCCORMICK ' 21 East Antietam Street, Hagerstown, Md. ' Saint Maria Goretti High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' 3,41 Turf and Tinsel 43 Villanovan 43 Intramurals 3,4. DONALD B. MCCOY ' 5263 Roosevelt Boulevard. Philadel- phia 24, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ENGLISH ' N.R.O.T.C.g Steering Committee 3: Char- ity Ball Chairman 3: Orientation Committee 2: Spanish Club 2,33 Quarterdeck Socety 4: Belle Air l,2,3, Feature Editor 4: Villanova Singers l,2,3, Publicity Director 45 Villanovan 1.3.45 Lynx 2.3, Circulation Manager 4: Intramurals 1,21 Intramural Council 1,2,3: Junior Prom 3: Freshman Interview Commit- tee 3. THOMAS M. MCCOY ' 405 Earlington Road, Havertown, Pa. - Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom and Dinner Dance: Steering Committee 3,45 Co-Chairman Senior Prom: Ring Committee: Jazz Concert 3: Belle Masque 4: Lynx 4: Intramurals l,2. BRUCE R. MCCREEDY ' 3511 Avenue T, Brooklyn, N. Y. - James Madison High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Society 2.3. Treasurer 4: Knights of Columbus 2,3.45 Swimming Team 1,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,3,4. MATHEW F. MCCUE ' 78 Highland Avenue. Port Wash- ington, N. Y. ' Port Washington High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE - Spirit Committee 2: I.R.S. 3.4: French Club l,2,3: Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3, Secretary 45 Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH J. MCCULLOUGH, JR. ' 9 South Bell Road, Bell- mawr, IN. J. ' Gloucester Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.F.C.C.S. 3,45 Spirit Committee 1,,2,3: Sophomore Cotillion: I.R.S. 3: I.C.G. 3: S.A.M. l,2,3: Lynx 33 Villanova' Singers l,2,3,4: WVIL 2,43 Delta Pi Epsilon 2.3,4: Beta Gamma Debating Society l,2.3.4: Knights of Columbus 2,3,4:,,Turf and Tinsel 45 Belle Masque 3: Base- ball l,3,4g Intramurals I.2,4. MAUREEN M. MCDADE ' 915 Serrill Avenue, Yeadon. Pa. - Holy Child Academy - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ' N.F.C.C.S. 1.2: Spirit Committee l,2: Orientation Commit- tee 2: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Dinner Dance: Orphans Outing 3: Pi Theta Chi 1.2,3,4: WVIL l,2,3: Belle Masque 1,2,3,4g Belle Air I. CHARLES F. MCDEVITT ' 251 West Plumstead Ave., Lans- downe, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.I.Ch.E. 23 A.S.C.E. 3,4,5, Secretary 4, Presi- dent 5: Chi Epsilon Mu 5. JOHN J. MCDEVITT ' 709 Lawrence Drive, Ambler, Pa. ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. DENNIS J. MCFADDEN - 2432 75th Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. - La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. l,2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2.3,4. JAMES R. MCGETTIGAN ' 128 Shawnee Road. Ardmore. Pa. - West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2.3: N.F.C.C.S. 1: Sophomore Cotillion: Basca Dance: Senior Jazz Concert: Steering Commit- tee 3: Accounting Society 2.3.42 S.A.M. 4: Business Whirl 4: Intramurals 1.4. JOHN J. MCGINLEY ' 654 Dayton Road, Bryn Mawr. Pa. ' West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL EN- GINEERING - N.F.C.C.S. l,2,3,4: Steering Committee 3: Or- phans Outing: A.I.E.E. 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4: Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. TERRY R. MCGINNITY - 732 West Cobbs Creek Parkway. Yeadon, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN W. MCGOWAN. JR. ' 7146 Theodore Street. Phila- delphia 42, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Marketing Club 2.3.4: Knights of Columbus 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. BERNARD D. MCHUGH ' 117 Golf Hills Road. Havertown. Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Club 2.3,4: Intramurals 1,2.3,4. JAMES E. MCKEE ' 1131 West Erie Avenue. Philadelphia. Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN J. MCKEEVER ' Norristown Road, Spring House. Pa. ' Lansdale Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 2,33 Finance Club 3.4: Literary Club 4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2. DONALD R. MCKENZIE ' 259 Eastlawn Avenue, Detroit. Mich. ' Austin Catholic Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - Spirit Committee l.2,3: Steering Committee 3.4: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: A.S.M.E. 2.3: Phi Kappa Pi 2,3,4: Villanova Engineer 3, Circulation Manager 4. 5. y , . , GEORGE F. MCLANE ' 5521 Warrington Avenue, Philadel- phia, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4, A.I.E.E. I,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MARGARET I. MCLAUGHLIN ' 87 Ridge Road, Ruther- ford, N. J. - Academy of the Holy Angels - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN NURSING ' Navy Nurse Candidate Corps 4: Sopho- more Cotillion: Junior Prom: Junior Dinner Dance: Pi Theta Chi 1.2,3,4: Belle Masque 1,2,3,4: WVIL 3.4: Woman's Glee Club 3,4: Belle Air 1: Opera Classica 2. EDWARD J. MCMANUS ' 812 Penn Street, Bryn Mawr. Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. VVILLIAM K. MCMANUS ' 1250 East 32nd Street, Brooklyn 10, N. Y. ' Brooklyn Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' Steering Committee 2: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: I.R.S. 4: Belle Air 4: Knights of Columbus 4: Intra- murals l,2,3,4. DOLORES MARIE MCMULLIN ' 968 Wakeling Street, Philadelphia 24. Pa. ' Nazareth Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN NURSING ' Ring Committee: WVIL 1: Belle Masque 1,2.3,4: Turf and Tinsel 1,2,3,4: Pi Theta Chi 1,3,4, Vice- President 2. JOHN A. MCPEAK ' 108 Fairfay Road, Rosemont, Pa. ' Radnor High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Marketing Club 2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. VIRGINIA L. MCQUILLAN ' 105 Ivy Lane, Bridgeport, Pa. ' Vineland High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN NURSING. ANDREW J. MEADE, JR. ' 158 Old Turnpike Road, South- ington City, Conn. ' Southington High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee l,2: Junior Prom: Orphans Outing 3: Sophomore Cotillion: Accounting Society 2.3,4: Villanovan 2: Varsity Baseball 3,43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. GEORGE M. MEANEY ' 55 Maplewood Avenue, Maple- wood, N. J. - Columbia High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2.3: Sophomore Cotillion: Accounting Society 3,45 S.A.M. 4: Finance Society 4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2: Intramurals l,2,3,4. RONALD STEPHEN MEDIATORE ' I87 Brookville Road. Glen Head, N. Y. ' Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OP MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - Pi Tau Sigma: A.S.M.E. 3,4: Knights of Columbus 3,4. -A 5-,unseat -. '42 , D .pi J N V, JOHN M. MEMMINGER ' 9 Gaston Street. West Orange. N. J. ' St. Benedicts Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ME- CHANICAL ENGINEERING - A.S.M.E. 2.3.45 Intramurals 1.2, 3.4. JAMES R. MERIKANGAS ' Fitzsimons Army Hospital. Den- ver. Colo. ' Mt. Vernon High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ' N.R.O.T.C.: Student Council 4: Shamokinaki 35 Quarterdeck Society 4: American Institute of Physics l,2,3,4: Lynx 2.3. Poetry Editor 4: Delta Pi Mu l.2.3.4: Villanovan 3.4: Belle Air. Copy Editor 43 Turf and Tinsel 3: Swimming l. IVAN MERKEL ' 102 School Lane. Wayne. Pa. ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. MATTHEW L. MICHAELSON. O.S.A. ' 34ll West 62nd Street, Chicago, Ill. - St. Augustine's High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Literary Club 2.3.45 C.S.M.E. l.2g Tagastan Club l,2,3.4: Augustianianum 3.4: Schola Cantorum 3,45 Cath- olic Action l,2,3,4: Intramurals l.2.3,4. FRED A. MESSNER ' 2001 Delmar Drive, Folcroft. Pa. ' Saint Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Chi Epsilon Mu 1: Phi Kappa Pi 3. HERBERT N. MILLER ' lOl0 Concord Avenue. Drexel Hill, Pa. - Upper Darby High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 2.3.43 Intramurals 3.4. A. LUIS MINANA ' Calle 7a 14161 Apt.'6. Vedado-Habana. Cuba ' Escolapios de Guanabacoa ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Spirit Committee 2: A.I.E.E. 2.3.43 Spanish Club l,2.3,4: I.R.S. 4: Opera Classica 4: Intramurals l,2.3,4. VINCENT JOSEPH MINKIEWICZ ' 232 North Chestnut Street. Shenandoah. Pa. ' Shenandoah Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OE SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ' AUIQYICJH ITISIIELIEC of Physics 3.4: Physics Club l.2,3.4: Intramurals l,2.3,4. ANTHONY T. MIRABILE - 585 Columbia Avenue. Phoe- nixville. Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Gamma Phi: Pre-Law Society 2.3.41 Delta Pi Epsilon 2.3.43 Intramurals 3.4. THOMAS J. MOAKLEY ' 2 McKenzie Street. Huntington. N. Y. ' St. John's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING - National Collegiate Who's Who: N.R.O.T.C.: Student Council 2, Executive Vice-President 3: Student Senate 2: N.F.C.C.S. Dance Chairman 3: N.F.C.C.S. Senior Delegate 3: Spirit Committee 2: Freshman Interview Committee 2: Sophomore Cotillion: Steering Committee 2.3.41 Ring Committee: Orientation Committee 2: Senior Parting Fes- tival Co-Chairman: Senior Prom: A.I.E.E. 2.3.43 ,Phi Kappa Pi 2.3.43 WVIL 2.43 Quarterdeck Society 4: Turf and Tinsel 4: Pershing Rifles l: Intramurals 1,2.3.4. HENRY J. MOK ' 1098 Torrey Road, Grosse Pointe Woods. Mich. ' Austin Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OE SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1.2: Sophomore Cotillion: Marketing Club 1,2,3,4: Semper Fidelis 1,2,3: Intramurals 1.2. FRANCIS D. MOLONEY ' 16 Booth Street, Central Islip, N. Y. ' St. John's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2.3: Marketing Club 2,3.4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Villanova Singers 3: Football 1: In- tramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD J. MONAHAN - 838 Brill Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANI- CAL ENGINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.: A.S.M,E.g Quarterdeck So- ciety 4, Vice-President: Baseball 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. GERALD E. MOORE ' Pinelawn Road R.F.D. .1-.,.f-2, Hunting- ton, N. Y. - Huntington High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATHEMATICS ' Math Club 2: Lynx 4: Track 3: Intra- murals l,2. CHARLES G. MUIR ' East Lane and Jarden Road, Wyncl- moor, Pa. ' La Salle College High, School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Steering Committee 4: Orphans Outing.: Bascfa Dance: Belle Air 3,4: Turf and Tinsel 4: French Club 3,43 V.S.P.I. 4: In- tramurals 4. JOHN R. MULCAHY ' 86 Stewart Road, Short Hills, N. J. - Millb-um High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECo- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee l,i2f,3: Student Activities Commit- tee 2: Student Interview Committee 3: Orientation Committee 2: Sophomore Cotillion: Steering Committee 2,3,4: Orphans Outing: Ring Committee, Chairman: Junior Prom: S.A.M. 4: Villanovan 1,21 Knights of Columbus 2,3.4: Sanctuary Society l,2,4: Belle Air Editorial Staff 4: Intramurals 4. JOHN MULHOLLAND ' 2230 Cantrell Street, Philadelphia 45, Pa. - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. EDWARD F. MURPHY ' 3510 Old Farmingdale Road, Babylon, N. Y. ' Seton Hall High School ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' Senior Prom: Swimming Team 1. PETER MURPHY ' 57 Broadway, Rockville Centre, N. Y. - Chaminade High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECo- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee l,2: Junior Prom: Marketing Club 2,3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals 2,3,4. JAMES J. MURRAY, JR. ' 319 Westbrook Drive, Clifton Heights, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Spirits Committee l,2: Sophomore Cotillion: Publicity Co- Chairman of Senior Class: Beta Gamma Debating Society 1,2,3, Treasurer 4: Spanish Club l.2,3,4: Literary Club 3,4: Villa- novan 3,4, Sports Editor: Belle Air 4: Lynx 4: Intramurals l,2,3: Varsity Baseball Manager 2,3,4. FRANK MURTHA ' 1189 Troy Avenue. Brooklyn, N. Y. ' St. John's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Orientation Committee 2: French Club 1,45 President 2.3: Literary Club: Lynx 2,3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Beta Gamma Debating Society 2,3, Vice-President 4: Villa- novan 4: Rille Team l,2,3, Captain 45 Track Team 2,35 In- tramurals l,2,3,4. JOHN F. MYRTETUS ' 313 Old Forest Road. Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' Malvern Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee l,2,3: N.F.C.C.S. 1,23 Steer- ing Committee 3,45 Mother's Day: Junior Prom: Junior Din- ner Danceg Junior Jazz Concert: Senior Prom: Senior Dinner Dince: Senior Jazz Concert: Marketing Club 2.3.41 Finance Society 3: S.A.M. 2: Turf and Tinsel l,2.3,4: Belle Air 4: Business Whirl 2,33 Shamokinaki 2,33 Intramurals 1.2. FURMAN J. NAGLE - 5729 North l7th Street. Philadelphia 41, Pa. - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ANTHONY M. NIGRO ' 50 Naples Drive, Belleville, N. J. ' Belleville High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Sophomore Cotilliong Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Accounting Society 2,3,4: S.A.M. 4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3.4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOHN W. NOLAN ' 425 Federal Street, Buler. Pa. ' Butler High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.R. O.T.C.: Junior Prom: S.A.M. 3,43 Quarterdeck Society 4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2: Villanova Singers 2: Intramurals 2,3,4. FERGUS NORTON ' 5700 Malvern Avenue, Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. EDWARD W. NOVAK. JR., O.S.A. ' 10400 South Whipple Avenue, Chicago, Ill. ' St. Augustine Seminary ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' C.S.M.C. 1,23 Tagastan Club l,2.3,4: Polyphonic Choir l,2,3,4g Schola Cantorum l,2,3,4: Intramurals l.2,3,4. EUGENE J. O'BRIEN - 124 East Andrews Avenue, Wild- wood, N. J. - Wildwood Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE - Intramurals l,2,3,4. JAMES A. O'BRIEN ' 408 Monmouth Street, Gloucester, N. J. - Gloucester Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.Ch.E. 23,45 Phi Kappa Pi l.2,3.4: Villa- novan 43 Intramurals 4. JOHN J. O'BRIEN, JR. ' 145 Kathmere Road. Havertown, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR 0F SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Steering Committee 2: Sophomore Cotillion: Basca Dance 4: Senior Jazz Concertg Accounting Society 2,3,4: S.A.M. 45 Business Whirl 4: Intramurals l,2. Vik THOMAS A. O'BRIEN ' 7218 Clinton Road, Upper Darby, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 2,4, Secretary 3: Intramurals l,2. THOMAS F. O'BRIEN ' 27 Parkview Place, Staten Island, N. Y. ' Augustinian Academy ' BACHELOR OP ARTS ' Villa- nova Singers 4: Schola Choir 1.2.33 Tagastan l,2,3: Literary Club 1,25 C.S.M.C. 1.25 Catholic Action 1,25 Sanctuary Soci- ety 45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. MAURICE C. O'CONNELL ' 843 Elkins Avenue, Elkins Park, Pa. - Cheltenham High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Pre-Law Society l,2,3, Secretary 4. CONNELL J. O'DONNELL ' 500 South Cleveland Street, McAdoO, Pa. - McAdoo High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Spirit Committee 35 N.F.C.C.S. 35 Steering Committee 2,35 Orientation Committee 2: Sophomore Cotil- lion, Class Float Chairman 35 Senior Prom: Shamokinaki: Basca Dance Decorations Chairman5 Interfraternity Ball 45 Junior Prom Decorations Co-Chairmang Villanova Astronomi- cal Society 1,23 Opera Classica 1,25 Psychology Club 3,45 Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,45 Belle Air, Sports Editor5 Villanovan 45 Turf and Tinsel 45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. DENNIS J. O'DONNELL - R.D. ifrl, Downingtown, Pa. - Malvern Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF CIVIL EN- GINEERING ' A.S.C.E. 2,3,45 Geology Club 2,35 Intramurals 4. JOHN F. O'DONNELL ' 6551 North Bouvier Street, Phila- delphia, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHE- LOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING - Spirit Committee 25 A.S.C.E. 2,4, Chairman 3: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Intramurals 2,3,4. THOMAS H. O'HARA ' 817 Merriwether Drive. North Au- gusta, S. C. ' Boys' Catholic High School, Augusta, Ga. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.R.O.T.C.5 Steering Committee 2,3,4: Orientation Committee 2: Junior Prom: Shamokinaki 35 Quarter Deck Society 45 Phi Kappa Pi 1,29 Belle Air 45 Pershing Rifles 1,25 Villanova Engineer 45 N.R. O.T.C. Drill Team l,2. THOMAS R. O'KANE ' 145 Spruce Street, Princeton, N. J. - Princeton High School - BACHELOR OP ARTS - Spirit Com- mittee 25 Steering Committee 3: U.S.P.I. 3,45 Villanovan 4: Spanish Club 15 I.R.S. 45 Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JAMES P. O'LEARY ' 1611 Park Street, Harrisburg, Pa. ' Bishop McDevitt High School - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Junior Prom: Senior Prom: A.S.M.E. 3,42 Cilee Club l,2,35 Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,45 Intramurals l,2. EDWARD D. OLSEN ' 79-1 Shioya Cho-Tarumi Ku, Kobe City, Japan ' Valley Stream Central High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spirit Committee 1: N.F.C.C.S. 1,2,3,45 Queen Chairman, Junior PrOm5 Senior Floati' Basca Dance 45 Marketing Club 2,3g Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4: Alumni Weekly5 Belle Masque lg Intramurals l,3,4. KENNETH P. OLSEN ' 19 Huron Avenue. Wayne, N. J. Rice High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spirit Committee 1.2: Steering Committee: Junior Prom: Ac- counting Society 2.3,4: S.A.M.: Delta Pi Epsilon 2.3.45 Turf and Tinsel: Intramurals l,2,3,4. VINCENT OLSHEFSKI - 6224 Elmwood Avenue, Philadel- phia 42. Pa. - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. THOMAS R. O'NEIL - 25 Brookline Avenue, Albany. N. Y. - Vincentian Institute - BACHELOR OP CHEMICAL ENGINEER- ING ' Spirit Committee 1.2: Junior Prom: A.S.C.E. 2,3,4: WVIL 1: Intramurals l,2.3,4. MATTHEW J. O'ROURKE ' 5112 North Fairhill Street. Philadelphia. Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHE- LOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma 3.43 1: Junior Dinner Dance: Accounting Society 2.3. Vice-Presi- dent 4: S.A.M. 4: Intramurals l,2. TERRENCE J. O'ROURKE. O.S.A. - 46 Gordon Street. Staten Island. N. Y. - St. Peters High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS ' C.S.M.C. 1.2: Augustininum 3.4: Tagastan Club 1.2.33 Schola Cantorum 1.2. . JAMES J. OSBORNE. JR. - 7022 Louise Road. Philadelphia. Pa. - La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Senior Prom: Marketing Club 3.4: Varsity Club 2,3,4: Turf and Tinsel 3.4: Knights of Columbus 2,3.4: Foot- ball 1,2,3.4: Intramurals 1.2,3,4. PAUL A. OTTOBRE ' 6560 Windsor Avenue. Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' BACHELOR OI: SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOSEPH A. OULLETTE ' 908 South 10th Street. Allen- town, Pa. ' Allentown Central Catholic High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 2.3. Vice- President 4: Editor. Pre-Law Journal 4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3.4: Intramurals 2.3.4. BERNARD A. PAGLIARO ' 239 Parker Avenue, Upper Darby, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Orphans Outing 3: Marketing Club 2,3,4: Intramurals 1.2.3.4. GERALD A. PAJAK ' 443 Amboy Avenue, Perh Amboy. N. J. - Perth Amboy High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Pre-Law Soci- ety 1,2.3. Treasurer 4: Student Council Representative 4: Belle Masque 2: Villanova Marching Band l,2,3, President 4: Vil- lanova Concert Band l,2,3, President 4: Intramurals 1.3. MICHAEL PALUGHI ' 3101 Snyder Avenue, Brooklyn. N. Y. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECoNOIvIICs. THOMAS L. PARRY - 6 Edgewood Avenue, Berwyn, Pa. ' Conestoga High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Accounting Society 2,3,4: Basketball 2,3,4g Intra- murals l. GERALD PASTERNAK ' 526 Jacques Street, Perth Amboy, N. J. - Perth Amboy High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 23,49 I.R.S. 3: Intramurals l,2,3,4. GAETANO PASTORE ' 731 Haverford Road, Bryn Mawr, Pa. - St. Katharine of Siena High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS ' French Club l,2,3,4: Opera Classica 4. ROBERT F. PATERNOSTRO ' 807 Grampian Boulevard, Williamsport, Pa. - St. Maty's High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' Student Activities Committee 4: Junior Prom: Basca Dance 4: Student Tutoring Service 4g A.1.Ch.E. 2,3,4g Villanova Engineer 3,4, Intramurals 1,2,3,4. OSCAR PEARL ' 48 Ackerman Place, Scarsdale, N. Y, ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ' FRANCIS J. PEDICONE ' 410 Sanfield Road, Springield, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 2,3,4: Pre-Law So- ciety 2,3: S.A,M. 23 I.R.S, 2: Finance Society 3-5 Delta Pi Ep- silon 2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JOSEPH F, PENTONE- ' 228 Whitemarsh Road, Ardmore, Pa. - BACHELOR OF ARTS. ' THOMAS R. PERETTI ' 1027 Lal-ce Michigan Drive, Grand Rapids, Mich. ' Central Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE - National Collegiate Whos's Who: Student Council 4: Orientation Committee 4g N.F.C.C.S. l,2, Regional Treasurer 3: Spirit Commitee 1,21 Elections Committee 4: Blazer Committee 2: Steering Committee 2,3,4: Junior Prom: I.C.G. 1,2,3,4: 1,R.S. 1,2,3g Astronomy Club 1: Belle Air 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Delta Pi Mu 1,2,3, Treas- urer 4: Knights of Columbus 2,3,4p Opera Classica 1,2,3,4g Belle Masque 1,23 Turf and Tinsel 1: Villanovan 4. F. JOSEPH PEROZZIELLO ' R.F.D. .1-Tl-l, Box 52, Putney, Vt. - Bellows Falls High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Shamokinaki 2,3,4, Junior Prom: Junior Ring Dance: Sophomore Jazz Concert: Junior Jazz Concert: Opera Classica 1,2,3,4: Sanctuary Society 1,2,3,4: Amateur Radio Club 2,3,4: Mathematics Club 1,25 Finance Society 3,49 1.R.S. 4: Belle Air 1,2,3, Photography Editor 4: Villanovan 1,2,3, Photography Editor 4: WVIL 1,2,3.4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Villanova Engineering 2, Photography Editor 3,41 Lynx l,2,43 Belle Masque 4: Business Whirl 43 Turf and Tinsel 43 Rifle- Pistol Team l,2g Intramurals l,2,3,4. FRANK M. PERRY ' 312 North Main Street,Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ' Scranton Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OP ME- CHANICAL ENGINEERING ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Promg Senior Dinner Dance: A.S.M.E. 2,3, President 4: Villanova Singers 3, Vice-President 4: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Chi Epsilon Mu 3,49 Intramurals 2. JOSEPH J. PETRECCA ' S22 West Cobbs Creek Parkway, Yeadon, Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3,41 In- tramurals 3.4. THOMAS R. PFEIFFER ' 911 Adeline Street. Trenton, N. J. - Trenton Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ' N.R.O.T.C.g American Chemical Society 1,2.3,4: Villanova Chemical Society l,2,3,4: Quarterdeck Society 4: Lynx 3: Villanovan l,2.3: Belle Air 1,2,3g Beta Gamma De- bating Society 2,3g Secretary 4. WILLIAM J. PFOSER ' 85-31 55th Avenue. Elmhurst, New York, N. Y. - St. Francis Xavier High School - BACHELOR OP ARTS ' A.I.E.E. 3: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4g Pistol Team 2,3,4. DONALD T. PHILLIPS ' 17 Berkshire Road. Rockville Centre, N. Y. ' South Side Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Spirit Committee l.2.3: Sophomore Cotillion: Orien- tation Committee: Steering Committee 2: Spanish Club 1.2: French Club 3: Villanova Singers 1: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. RICHARD E. PIETROPOLA ' 2101 Parkway South. Broom- all. Pa. ' John Bartram High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRI- CAL ENGINEERING - A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2.14: Veterans Club 2,3: Intramurals l,2,3,4. PETER A. PISECCO ' 1924 Prospect Ridge Boulevard, Had- don Heights, N. J. - Sr. Joseph's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Steering Committee 3: Junior Prom: Marketing Club 2.3.43 S.A.M. 3.4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2.3.43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH F. POLIZZOTO ' 15 West Bridge Drive, Babylon, N. Y. - Chaminade High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E. 4: Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Rifle Team l,2,3,4. SHELDON L. POLLOCK ' 277 Devoe Avenue, Yonkers 5. N. Y. ' Iona Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Student Coun- cil 3,4: Spirit Committee 2,31 Captain of Cheerleaders 2: Stu- dent Academic Alfairs Committee 4: Class President 3: Steer- ing Committee 2.4: Orientation Committee 2.3,4: Jazz Con- cert 43 Pre-Law Society 3: S.A.M. 2: Accounting Society 4: Knights of Columbus 2.3.43 Sanctuary Society 1,2.3',4: De- bating Society 2: Intramurals 2. WILLIAM L. POLLOCK ' 229 South Beech Street, Mount Carmel, Pa. ' Mount Carmel Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' French Club 15 Veterans Club 1: V.S.P.I. 4: Foot- ball lg Intramurals 1,2,3,4. PASQUALE J. POMPONI ' 609 Nutt Road, Phoenixville, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 2,3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4g Opera Classica 1,23 Debating Society l: Intramurals l,2.3,4. CHARLES F. POPPRE ' 483 Willow Street, Orange. N. J. ' Our Lady of the Valley High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Club 2.3.43 I.R.S. 35 Belle Air 43 Opera Classica 3,43 Turf and Tinsel 3. WALTER J. POSASOWSKI ' 757 South Front Street, Phila- delphia 47, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN P. POTTS - 1533 South 58th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. REGINALD POWE ' 313 Hamilton Avenue, Patterson, N. J. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES. T. FORD PRIME ' 5 Oak Lane, Lloyd Harbor, N. Y. ' R. L. Simpson High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Spirit Committee l,2: French Club 2.3g Villanovan 3, Managing Editor 4: Turf and Tinsel 2,3,4z Lambda Kappa Delta l,2,3,4g Knights of Columbus 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS M. PROBERT ' Sickles Avenueg Nyack, N. Y. ' Nyack High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS - Spirit Committee 2,33 Orientation Commttee 2: Sophomore Cotillion: Biology Club 4: Spanish Club lg Intramurals l,3,4. ANTHONY J. PROVENZANO ' 593 Lyman Avenue, Wood- bridge, N. J. - St. Mary's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 3,49 Belle Masque 2,3,4: In- tramurals l,3,4. JAMES A. PRZEDZEAL - 317 Booth Street, Chester, Pei. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOSEPH J. PULTORAK ' 212 Ford Street, West Consho- hocken, Pa. ' Conshohocken High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES - National Collegiate WhO's Who: Delta Gamma Society 3: I.R.S. 3, President 4: I.C.G. 3, Vice- Chairman 4. THOMAS J. QUIGLEY ' 324 West Oak Street, Shenandoah, Pa. - Shenandoah Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Basca Dance: Shamokinaki 2,3,4: Orientation Committee 2: Villa- novan 3,4: WVIL 3.4: Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4: Turf and Tinsel l,2,3,4:I Villanova Singers 1.2: Spanish Club 1.2: Belle Air 3,43 Literary Club 4: Intramurals 1.2. RAYMOND R. RAFFERTY, JR. ' 6050 Overbrook Avenue. Philadelphia, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS - National Collegiate Who's Who: Student Council 2,43 Spirit Committee 2,3,4: Student Administration Committee 4: Fraternities and Societies Commitee 2: Steering Committee 2,3,4: Junior Dinner Dance Co-Chairman: Sopho- more Cotillion Ticket Chairman: Orientation Committee 2.4: Class President 4: French Club 2,3,4: Villanovan 3,4: Belle Masque 3,43 Delta Pi Mu 2.3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH M. RAO ' 206 North Cedar Lane, Upper Darby, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSY- CHOLOGY ' V.S.P.I. 3,4: Intramurals I,2,3. GEORGE H. RAVELING ' 3561 llth Street, N.W., Wash- ington, D. C. ' St. Michael's Preparatory High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Junior Prom: Orphans Out- ing: Sophomore Cotillion: Mother's Day: Pre-Law Society: WVIL: Basketball 1,2,3, Captain 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. MICHAEL S. REDDY ' l Grant Avenue, West Deal, N. J. ' Red Bank Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Steering Committee 2: Junior Dinner Dance: Finance Society 2: Delta Pi Epsilon 2.3, Vice-President 4: Turf and Tinsel 4: Intramurals l,2, MICHAEL C. REDGATE ' 812 Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. - St. Annels High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - S.A.M. 4: Veterans Club 2,3,4. PETER REILEY ' 8 English Village, Wynnewood, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. THOMAS A. REILLY ' 149 Muirfield Road. Rockville Centre, N. Y. - Baldwin High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' N.F.C.C.S. l.2.3,4: Junior Prom: Finance Society 3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3.4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH F. REMAR ' 410 Coates Street, Bridgeport. Pa. ' St. Mattheufs High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEM- ISTRY ' Secretary-Treasurer of Villanova Chemical Society 3.42 American Chemical Society l,2,3,4: Villanova Chemical Soci- ety 1,2,3,4: Russian Club 4. V ANTHONY M. RENZI ' l7ll South 10th Street. Philadel- phia, Pa. ' Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Spirit Committee 4: Lambda Kappa Delta 2,3,4: Mendel Bulletin 4: Intramurals 1. EDWARD RHODES ' 247 Cheswold Lane, Haverford, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. VICTOR M. RICHEL ' 708 Park Avenue, Elizabeth, N. J. ' Thomas Jefferson High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2.3: Steering Committee 2,3: Sophomore Cotillion: Charity Bally Junior Prom: S.A.M. 2,43 I.C.G. 1.2: Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWARD J. RIDEOUT, JR. ' 2049 South Croskey Street, Philadelphia 45, Pa. ' Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Steering Committee 3: Moth- er's Day: Senior Jazz Concert: Marketing Club 3,4: Villanova 3: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JAMES F. RIENZI ' 46 Carlton Terrace, Rutherford, N. J. ' Rutherford High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' N.F.C.C.S. l,2,3,4: Senior Prom: Spirit Committee 2,33 Accounting Society 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. ROBERT J. RIETHMILLER. JR. ' 333 Meetinghouse Road. Jenkintown, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spirit Committee 3: Junior Ring Dance: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: I.R.S. 3: S.A.M. 3,45 A.S.M.E. l,2: Turf and Tinsel 3,43 Intramurals 1. JON THOMAS RIETZKE ' 2261 Glenwood Avenue, Toledo, Ohio - Central Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' National Collegiate WhO's Who: N.R. O.T.C.: Spirit Committee 2: Steering Committee 2,3,4: Junior Dinner Dance: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Orientation Committee 2: Freshman Interview Commit- tee 3: Charity Ball 3: Orphans Outing 3: Student Activities Committee 4: I.R.S. 4: I.C.G. 4: N.F.C.C.S. 4: Spanish Club 4: Belle Air Layout Editor 4: Villanova Engineer 3: Lynx 4: Drill Team l.2.3.4: N.R.O.T.C. Rifle Team l,2,3: Varsity Rifle Team 2,33 Pershing Rifies l,2,3,4: Quarterdeck Society 4: Intramurals 2,3,4. WILLIAM J. ROBB ' 4006 Berry Avenue, Drexel Hill, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Marketing Club 2,3,4: S.A.M. 4: Business Whirl 3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. ANDREW ROBINSON ' 25 Bourne Street. Clinton, Mass. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ROBERT G. ROCHE ' 332 Pine Street, Penn's Grove, N. J. ' St. James of Penn's Grove High School ' BACHELOR OP SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Orphans Outing 3: Turf and Tinsel 4: Accounting Society 2,3,4: American Accounting Association 2,3,4: Football l,2: Intramurals l,2,3,4. THOMAS B. ROGERS ' 1568 Ryder Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. - Holy Trinity High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Junior Prom: Senior Prom: S.A.M. 2,3,4: I.R.S. 3.4: Turf and Tinsel 2,35 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals 2,3. 'W .7 1 WILLIAM J. ROGERS ' 144 Edgemont Avenue, Ardmore. Pa. ' West Philadelphia Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' N.R.O.T.C.g Spirit Committee 2: Steering Committee 43 Junior Promz Senior Prom: Spanish Club 3: Quarterdeck Society 4: Belle Air 3, Senior Editor 43 Villanovan 3,43 Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4g Intramurals l,2,3. JAMES P. ROLLS ' 1919 North 25th Street, Philadelphia 21. Pa. - Roman Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION ' National Collegiate Who's Who: S.E.A. Presi- dent 4, Vice-President 3: Alpha Phi Alpha l.2.3,4: Basketball lg Intramurals l.2,3,4. PATRICK J. ROMANO, JR. ' 310 Central Avenue. Orange, N. J. ' Malvern Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES - Spirit Committee 1.2: Senior Jazz Concert: Sophomore Cotillion: Charity Ball 3: Knights of Columbus 2,3,4g Intramurals l,2.3,4. JAMES J. ROMEO ' IO Madison Road, Scarsdale, N. Y. ' Easrchester High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING - A.S.C.E. 2.3,4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2.3.4: Intramurals 3,4. ROBERT V. ROMINIECKI ' 749 North Forklanding Road. Maple Shade. N. J. - Camden Catholic High School ' BACHE- LOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' 3,42 Marching Band 1.2: Villanova Engineer 4. HAROLD ROOT ' Pennsylvania Avenue, Wayne, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. DONALD ROPAIN - 2646 North Front Street. Philadelphia 33, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY. HARRY W. ROWE ' 676 Mildred Street, Teaneck. N. J. ' Teaneck High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Steering Committee 2.4: Chairman Senior Parting Festival: V.S.P.I. 3: Delta Pi Mu l,2,3.4: Intramurals l,2,3.4. MARTIN A. RUDNICK, JR. ' 700 Broad Acres Road, Penn Valley, Narberth, Pa. ' Bishop Neumann High School ' BACH- ELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Spirit Committee 2: Market- ing Club 2,3,4p S.A.M. 2: Turf and Tinsel 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. ARTHUR J. RUDOLPH ' 8 Sackett Street, Brooklyn. N. Y. - La Salle Military Academy - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee: Steering Committeeg Marketing Club 1,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. LAWRENCE A. RUTH ' 519 Ford Street, West Consho- hocken, Pa. ' Conshohocken High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE ' National Collegiate Who's Whog Chairman I.C.G' I.R.S. r JOHN T. RYAN ' Ivanderburgh Avenue, Larchmont, N. Y. ' Iona Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Steering Committee 43 Marketing Club 4, In- tramurals l,2,3,4. PHILIP T. RYAN ' 156 Jefferson Street: Carney's Point. N. J. - Salesianum High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2: Steering Committee 2: Market- ing Club 2: S.A.M. 3: Belle Air 4g Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Man- ager of Track Team 3,4. RICHARD J. RYAN ' 8 Rynda Road, South Orange, N. J. ' Columbia High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee l,2,3,4: Steering Committee 2,39 Junior Prom: Basca Dancep Senior Jazz Concert: Interfrater- nity Ball 4: Accounting Society 2,3,4: S.A.M. 3,45 Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Turf and Tinsel l,2,3,4: Semper Fidelis Society 2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. MIGUEL SABATER, JR. ' Rossi 217, Hato Rey-San Juan, Puerto Rico - Colegio San Jose - BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGI- NEERING ' Spirit Committee 23 A.S.C.E. 2,3,4: Spanish Club 2,3,4g I.R.S. 4: Villanova Engineer 3: Opera Classica 45 Phi Epsilon Mu 2,3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. LORETTA J. SABO ' 23 Front Street, Bridgeport, Pa. ' Academy of the Sisters of Mercy - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ' Sophomore Cotilliong Pi Theta Chi l,2,3,4. ALFRED J. SAMANGO ' 37 Rosedale Road, Overbrook Hills, Lower Merion, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 2,3,43 Track 3,45 Intramurals 3,4. NICHOLAS A. SAMANGO ' 37 Rosedale Road, Overbrook Hills, Philadelphia 31, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Gamma Phi: Spirit Committee 1.2: Float Committee 1,25 Steering Committee 33 Junior Dinner Danceg Sophomore Cotillion, Pre-Law Society 1,2,3g Accounting Society 2,3,4: I.R.S. 23 Intramurals l,2,3,4. MILTON J. SANDS, JR. ' 139 West Ashland Street, Doyles- town, Pa. - Central Bucks High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Steering Committee 4, Augustinian Sem- inary Guild: Senior Jazz Concertz Publicity Co-Chairman: Jun- ior Prom: Sophomore Cotillion: Biology Club 3: French Club 3: Lambda Kappa Delta 1,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2. JOSEPH C. SANTAGUIDA ' 1540 South 12th Street. Phila- delphia, Pa. - Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Pre-Law Society 3,45 Spanish Society: Beta Gamma De- bating Society l: Intramurals l,2. CHARLES J. SANTANGELO ' 2107 DeKalb Street, Norris- town, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi 3.4g Student Council 3g N.F.C.C.S. lg Junior Delegate 2: Senior Delegate 3: Steering Committee 3: Charity Ball Chairman 3: Orientation Com- mittee 2: Marketing Club 3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. FRANK V. SANTELLA ' ll08 Morris Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - Bishop Neumann High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Societyg Intramurals l,2. THOMAS A. SANTORO - 4921 Keyser Street. Philadelphia 44. Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ANTHONY SAUK ' 830 Ward Street. Chester. Pa. ' St. James Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEER- ING - A.I.E.E. 2.3.45 Phi Kappa Pi 2.3.4. JOHN E. SCHALK ' 130 Newcastle Road. Rochester 10. N.Y. - Aquinas Institute of Rochester - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Steering Committee 3g S.A.M. 2.4: I.R.S. 2,3: Villanova Singers 4: Phi Kappa Pi lg WVIL 4: Belle Air, Ad- vertising Manager 4: Intramurals l. MICHAEL J. SCANLON, O.S.A. ' lll West l9Oth Street. Bronx, N. Y. - Augustinian Academy - BACHELOR OF ARTS - C.S.M.C. 1.2: Augustinianum 3.4: Tagastan Club l,2.3.4: Schola Cantorum l,2.3,43 Intramurals l.2,3.4. JOSEPH F. SCHANNE ' 4473 Edgemont Street. Philadel- phia. Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 3.4. ALONZO L. SCHENCK. O.S.A. ' 650 Victory Boulevard. Staten Island. N. Y. ' Augustinian Academy ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' C.S.M.C. 1.2: Augustinianum 3.4: Tagastan l,2.3.4: Schola Cantorum 3.4: Intramurals l.2.3.4. LEO B. SCHICK ' 2104 Marietta Avenue, Lancaster. Pa. ' Lancaster Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2.3.-4: Amateur Radio Club 2.3, President 4: Band lg Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4. EDWARD W. SCHMID. JR. ' 607 Schiller Avenue. Merion Station, Pa. ' La Salle College High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Pre-Law Society 1,2,3,4g Villanova Singers l,2,3,4: Intramurals 1. JOHN F. SCHMIDT, JR. ' 4806 Knorr Street, Philadelphia 35, Pa. - La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY ' American Chemical Society l,2,3,43 Villanova Chemical Society l,2, Vice-President 3,43 Mendel Bulletin, Chemistry Editor 43 Sanctuary Society 3,43 French Club 3: Russian Language Society 3, President 43 Math Club 1,23 As- ronomical Society 2,3. JAMES D. SCHREIBER ' 17 Rosemont Avenue, Ridley Park, Pa. - Sr. James High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Marketing Club 2,3,4g Finance 43 S.A.M. 3,45 In- tramurals 3,4. JOSEPH F. SCHUBERT ' 4458 North Reese Avenue, Phila- delphia 40, Pa. ' North Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - Chi Epsilon Mu 3,4: A.I.E.E.- I.R,E. 3,49 Intramurals 3,4. EDWIN F. SCHULTZ ' 34 Wilson Avenue, Bellmawr, N. J. ' Haddon Heights School, 9 -BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION' S.E.A4., 3,4i. I i A Y JOHN J. SCHVVARETE, JRQ' ,1:8eIf1,i,.Eiic,zQ3ieIieig0wn Road, Willow Grove, Pa.. - Northeast",Philadelphia?,Catholic High School - BACHELOR 'OE ELECTRICAL Chi Ep- silon Mu 4-iz A.I.E.E.-IQR.E. 3,-4.3 ' I I THOMAS SCHWARIZER'H-Ii'9i7ig,i4.7t,-gaid Ozone Park 16, N. Y. -:Brooklyn,TechniCGl3,Hig'hH.5SchyoolwBACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING v,.A.Si.,C.E',f 44: Phi.-Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4f.p.V v ' f ROBERT C. SCHVVEIKARTQTFL 50 Collinwood Avenue, Liv- ingston, N. J. ' Caldwell High School ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2,3,41 Sophomore Cotillion 2: Marketing Club 2,3,4, Veterans Club 3,4g Delta Phi Epsi- lon 25 Basketball lg Intramurals l,2,3,4. EDWIN W. SCOTT ' 143 North Rolling Road, Springfield, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi: Student Council 4: Spirit Commit- tee 43 Homecoming 45 Orientation Committee 4: Steering Com- mittee 3,4: Sophomore Cotillion: Co-Chairman Junior Nightg Mother's Day Ticket Co-Chairman: Senior Night Co-Chair- man, Basca Dance 3: Accounting Society 2g Treasurer 3, Student Council Representative 45 Villanovan 3: Intramurals l,2,3,4. FRANCIS T. SCOTT ' 6205 Erdrick Street, Philadelphia 35, Pa. - La Salle College High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4g American Chemical Society l,2,3g Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4g Villanova Engineer 43 Astronomi-- cal Society 33 Intramurals l,4. WILLIAM SEIGEL ' l6 Oak Avenue, Tenaiiy, N. J, ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. LEON A. SEYGLINSKI ' 115 Crampton Avenue, Wood- bridge, N. J. ' Woodbridge High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMCIS ' Pre-Law Society 3,45 Finance Society 42 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. EUGENE A. SHALES ' 474 County Line Road, Huntingdon Valley, Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Football lp Intramurals 1,2,3,4. V.TIMOTHY SHEA, JR. ' 90 Tower Road, Waterbury, Conn. ' Canterbury High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Spirit Committee 2: Co-Chairman Student Interview Committee 33 Orientation Committee 29 Steering Committee 2,3,43 Co-Chairman Orphans Partyg French Club l,2, Treas- urer 3: Lambda Kappa Delta l,2,3,4: Villanovan l,2,35 Sanc- tuary Society 1,2g Intramurals l,2. JOHN C. SHIELDS ' 614 Delsea Drive, Westville, N. J. ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. H RICHARD J. SI-IOTTER ' 173 Bromleigh Road, Stewart Manor, Long Island, N. Y. ' St. Mary's High School ' BACHE- LOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - N.F.C.C.S. 4: Sophomore Cotillion: S.A.M. 2,43 I.R.S. 3: Intramurals l,2,3,4. HARRY J. SIEGFELDT ' 2213 Montgomery Street, Bethle- hem, Pa. ' Bethlehem Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - Pi Tau Sigma 3,4: Chi Epsilon Mu 3,45 Student Council 4: Academic Affairs Committee 4: Steering Committee 3: Jazz Concert Committee 4: A.S.M.E. 2,3,4: Villanova Engineer 2, Associate Editor 3, Editor 4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Villanovan lg Intramurals 1,2. JOHN SIGERSON ' 4001 State Road, Drexel Hill, Pa. ' La Salle Military Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee: Steering Committee: Election Com- mittee: Marketing Club l,2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. DENNIS H. SILCOX ' 2521 Huntingdon Lane, Ardmore, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Steering Committee 2,3,4: Class Secre- tary 43 Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Junior Dinner- Dance: Junior Jazz Concert: Senior Jazz Concertz Belle Masque 33 Intramurals l,2,3,4g Accounting Society 2,3,4. NICHOLAS A. SILVERI ' 6 Lehigh Avenue, Devon, Pa. ' Treddyffrin-Easttown High School ' BACHELOR OP SCIENCE - Accounting Society 3g Intramurals 2,3,4. THOMAS F. SLATTERY ' 304 Bala Avenue, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. 'QTY 'T PAUL P. SMILGIN - 265 Williams Street, New London, Conn. - New London High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRI- CAL ENGINEERING - A.I.E.E. 2,3,4g Concert Band 3g Phi Kappa Pi 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 3,4. DAVID A. SMITH ' 132 Spring Street, Woodbury, N. J. - Woodbury High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE - Basca Dance 43 Pre-Law Society 2.3: I.R.S. 33 I.C.G. 35 Knights of Columbus 2,3,4: Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals 1. J. KENNETH SMITH, JR. ' 559 East Chelten Avenue, 'Phila- delphia, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ' N.R.O.T.C.g A.S.C. 1,2,3,4: Pershing Rifles 1,2, 3,4g Villanova Drill Team l,2,3,4: Intramurals 1. PETER C. SMITH ' 354 Lakeview Avenue, Erskine Lakes, N. J. - Butler High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE - S.A.M. 3,45 A.S.C.E. 1,2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pig Intramurals -1,2,t3,4. WILLIAM B. ISMITI-I, JR. ' 112 Maple Street, Garden City, L. I., N. Y. ' Chaminade High Schoolf' ACHELOR OF ME- CHANICAL ENGINEERING - Spirit Comvmiittee IQp,2,3g Student Interview Program 3: Orientation Committee 25 Sophomore Cotillion Co-Chairman: Junior Promglnterfraternity Ball 3,43 Basca Dance 4,3 A.S.1M.E. ,2,37,,4:1P'bi.pK-appa'1Pi 1,.2,3, Secretary 39 Concert Band 91,21 ,Marchin.g7B1and 1,29 -Be1leiAir 45 Villa- nova Engineer Intramurals M 4 FREDERICK E. -gf6, Haynes Street, Somerville, N. J. - North Hunterdon Regi,ong,l1 - BACHELOR OF ELECTRI- CAL ENGINEERING - Student Council, Student Activities Com- mittee Chairman 4g N.F.C.CfS1l 1.2,3,4g Steering Committee 3,45 Junior Prom Committee, Co-Chairman Publicity: Orienta- tion Committee 4: Blazer Committee: Sophomore Cotillion: Senior Dinner-Dance: Charity Ball 33 A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4' Phi Kappa Pi. 2,3,4: Villanova Engineer 3,4. 7 NANCY T. SNYDER ' 141 Colliery Avenue. Tower City, Pa. - Tower City High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE. HARRY M. SOHON ' 1511 Lynnewood Drive, Havertown, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. RICHARD S. SOLOT ' Chetwynd-727, Rosemont, Pa. ' Lower Merion High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE - S.A.M. 3,45 Intramurals 3. FRANK C. SOMMER ' 454 West Clapier Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. DANIEL P. SPADA ' 15 Field End Lane, Eastchester, N. Y. ' Iona Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE ' Steering Committee 3,45 Junior Prom Chairman: Marketing Club: Belle Air Business Manager 4: Rifle Team l,2,3,4. WILLIAM R. SPANN ' Ear Hills. N. J. ' North Hunterdon Regional High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Sophomore Cotillion: Knights of Columbus. LOUIS M. SPEVETZ ' 3828 William Penn Highway, Mon- roeville, Pa. ' Turtle Creek High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' N.R.O.T.C.: Junior Prom Ticket Chair- man: Semper Fidelis Society 3,43 Quarterdeck Society 4: Rifle and Pistol Club l. Secretary 2,3,4: Rifle Team l,2,3,4: N.R. O.T.C. Rifle Team l, Captain 2,3,4: N.R.O.T.C. Pistol Team 2,3,4. FRED P. STABENE ' 4247 North Darien Street, Philadelphia 40, Pa. ' Germantown Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY - Junior Prom: V.S.P.I. 3.4: ,Delta Pi Mu 1,2. 3,43 Baseball 4: Intramurals 1.Z,3,4. I JOHN J. STAGLIANO ' 1230 West Lafayette+Street.. Nor- ristown, Pa. - Norristown High School ' BACHELOR OP SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS - Accounting Society 2.3.41 Intramurals 1.2. ' STEWART STARTT4 218 Talbot Street, Easton, Md, ' BACHELOR OF 'MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. ANTHONY-C. STEIN, JR. ' 8 Balmiere Parkway. Cranford, N. J. - Cranford High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING -I N.F.C.C.S. 1,2,3,4g A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. Z,3,4g Astronomy Club 3,43 Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: WVIL 3.4: Intra- murals 4. THOMAS J. STEMMY ' 225 N. Highland Street. Shenan- doah, Pa. ' J. W. Cooper High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi: Mother's Day: Basra Dance 3: Accounting Society: Delta Pi Epsilon l.2,3,4: Band 1,23 Or- chestra l,2g Intramurals l,2,3,4. WILLIAM STEVENSON ' 2422 South Bouvier Street, Phila- delphia, Pa. ' Bishop Neumann High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Orphans Outingz Marketing Soci- ety 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. RICHARD C. STIEBER ' 9 McKay Road, Huntington Sta- tion, N. Y. ' Valley Stream Central High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Spirit Committee 2: Junior Prom: Orphans Outing: Orientation Committeeg A.S.C.E, 2,3,4: Phi Kappa Pi 1.2,3,4: WVIL l: Villanova Engineer 1.2: Turf and Tinsel 4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. HORACE STOUGH, JR. ' 1022 Mt. Rose Avenue, York Pa. - York Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL EN- GINEERING ' N.F.C.C.S. 1.2,3.4: Junior Prom: Sophomore Cotillion: Basca Dance 3,43 Senior Prom: A.I.E.E. 2,3,4g Vil- lanova Engineer 3,43 Intramurals 2. J. BRUCE STURM ' 20 Sea Spray Drive, Centerport, L. I.. N. Y. - Chaminade High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS - N.R.O.T.C.: Student Council Religious Affairs Committee 4: Steering Committee 4: Junior Prom: I.R.S. 3.4: Villanovan 3,43 Drill Team 1.2,3: Delta Pi Mu 1,2.3,4: Pershing Rifles 1.2.33 WVIL 1: Shamokinaki 1,2,3: General Chairman 4: Cheerleader 1: Belle Air 4: Lynx 4g Quarterdeck Society 4: Intramurals 3,4. BERNICE A. SUGINT ' 623 Green Street. Philadelphia, Pa. - John W. Hallahan High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ' Sophomore Cotillionz Pi Theta Chi l.2,3,4: Belle Air 1: Lynx l,2. JOHN J. SULLIVAN ' 30 Wildwood Street, Winchester, Mass. ' Winchester High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL EN- GINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.p Spirit Co.mnrirtee 1.2, Chairman 35 Steering CommIitteeg,2.,3: Charity Bal,1i73fi'i'1ViceQ-President of Sophomore Classg,Basca Dance 2,3,4: Orphans. .-.- Junior Prom: Orientation Committee 2.1 A.-I.Ch'fEfgf-33,4'iif3'f"'Quarterdeck Society 4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. . .,l'l JOSEPH M. SULLIVAN -72571-9 ibudlcyiistgei, fiahiiadclphia, 45, Pa. - BACHELOR OFSCIENCE IN ECONOIj2i1ICs', ROBERT N..3SUL:LIV'AN-gf e.,',i 185 Berkeley Heights, N. f,J'Ohnath-cmADciytOnfS15ririjfieid.L-Regional High School - BACHELOR, OF ,SCIENCE IN Afav ECONoIviICs14 Accounting Society 2: Knights -of'C,O1urnhus' 2f,3,41g -'i' D ,Team lg Intra- murals 1,2,3g:,,47i' p I , A M 8-a4e1va,Eas,afa so. Pa. - St. JofseigiglgigvQiepaca-tory BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN 41 Senior Din- ner Dance: Sophomore Cotillion: Pre-Law Society 4g S.A.M. 2,3,4g Delta Pi Epsilon 2,3,4: Intramurals l,2,3. THOMAS B. SWEENEY ' Sweeney's Corner, Palmyra, N. J. - Palmyra High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' N.F.C.C.S. 1: Orientation Committee 2: Blazer Com- mittee Chairman 2: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Orphan-s Out- ingg Basca Dance 1,43 Shamokinaki 3,43 V.S.P.I. 3,41 French Club l,2,3.43 Belle Air 3, Art Editor 4: Lynx 1,2,3,4p Villa- nova Singers 1: Opera Classica 1.4: Villanovan 13 Turf and Tinsel 45 Intramurals 2,3, Council 4. WAYNE B. SWEET, II ' 61 Station Avenue. Devon, Pa. - Conestoga High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Junior Dinner-Dance: Accounting Society 2.3.43 Business Whirl 3. DENNIS W. SWIFT ' Cedar Hill Road. R.D. :lq':1. Ambler. Pa. - Lansdale Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ELECTRI- CAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4: Editor "The Cir- cuit" 4: Villanova Engineer 3, Copy Editor 43 Marching and Concert Band, Publicity Director 4. , I ig., 4 4 ""i- A , . I f - , . - f. - .arg ' .ali fx .,+- -. 1.1:-an i ' -S:-2 W- : 1" -.--a-va:-1-r-.s-. af ar- Q , I Aff I lb A- 4, YQ y., I 7 jay aa' ' f ,I .ff f A , "',f6 9 I 5 ff I ff 1 . s ' fi-.,fr,f,.. .W-M. I . :haz- ........ ..,, , ,, ,, .-'-wx. fe-' -...J if fr. Kyfr.-Q,r.,a..,7 . ,,,..,15aY:f..c-e . is Q ,L y,gggg,5fe5jL, , , ze R Wydpi f Y gveffi H' ff Q f were ff , f f 7 7 37' 2 . QQ , 4- fi' ggff 0 M 3 5 4? rffigf. Riga ffigifii , , , , . 'Q' X r Of- Y 4 alfa awe 2 fi M1 lgff 3 feesaaaaf 1 was f WVMYQWQ ye. 20 G Sat S Y 4 ' The e if ei are if fails' A4 I 7 91 iii' 4 Y' 'W f sf' sf if 5 fx? J , e Y Q -fa Q54 'i2'i:9g:',:f2f'f.j'2Z?'?9Q. ' N I JAMES S. SYKES, JR. ' 309 Pleasant Drive, Haddonfield, N. J. ' Brown Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING - A.S.C.E. 2,3,4. Social Chairman 43 Villanova Engineering 43 Intramurals l,2,3,4. GERALD E. TAGUE ' 1513 Astor Street, Norristown, Pa. ' Sr. Patrick's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Accounting Society 2,3,43 Veterans Club 3,43 Intra- murals l,2,3. PASQUALE J. TALARICO ' 2227 South 63rd Street, Phila- delphia, Pa. ' West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 2,3,4g S.A.M. Zg Intramurals 1,2,3,4. EDWARD J. TALLENT ' 105 East Stratford Avenue, Lans- downe, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOHN M. TEDESCHI ' 1904 Merchantville Avenue, Penn- sauken, N. J. ' Camden Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOLOGY ' Spirit Committee 2, Steering Commit- tee 3: Junior Prom: Junior Jazz Concert: Biology Club 2,3,4: French Club, Vice-Presdent 3, President 4: Villanovan 1,2, 3,43 Mendel B-ulletin 3, Circulation Editor 45 Lambda Kappa Delta 1.2.3, Social Chairman 4: lnterfraternity Ball 3,43 In- tramurals 1. NICHOLAS C. TENAGLIA ' 6525 North 49th Avenue, St. Petersburg, Fla. ' Augustinian Academy ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN BIOLOGY ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Senior Jazz Concert: Interfraternity Ball: Biology Club 3: Villa- novan 1,2,3,4: Mendel Bulletin 3.4, Circulation Manager 3: Spanish. Club 1,2,3,4: Lambda .Kappa Delta l,2,3, President 45 Intramurals 1,23 Delta Epsilon Sigma. l THOMAS J. TEPPER ' 3702 West 9th Avenue, Bradenton, Fla. - John Marshall High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ' Mother's Day: Junior Prom: Charity Ball: Senior Prom: Physics Club 3,43 I.R.S. 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. PAUL E. TEUFER ' 479 Third Street, Albany, N. Y. ' Christian Brother Academy - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MATH- EMATICS ' Spirit Committee 2,35 Sophomore Cotillion: Senior Prom: Chemistry Society 1,25 Turf and Tinsel 3,45 Mathema- tics Club 4, Treasurer 2,33 Intramurals l,2,3,4. WILLIAM G. THOMAS ' 236 Cumberland Street, Glouces- ter, N. J. ' Gloucester Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION - American Chemical Society 1,2g S.E.A. 1,2,3,4. BENJAMIN A. TIDBALL ' 1602 Melrose Avenue, Haver- town, Pa. ' Haverford High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS - Delta Pi Mu l,Zp Intramurals l,2,3,4. 4 gi, .. Q if - rf 1,-.gp Yin...- , ',, ' . QQ., -- ' - - " ', . MS-1 '1- .Y 'i sisi , , 9 Hr, . at , . e . .,., F, x Q 'Y . s A ls- be T e ae., Y SK A rise Q ,is 5 e 5 gag . 'WD 4 I A. Q s 4 21 4, 53324 . 1 .C WILLIAM F. TINNEY, JR. ' 327 Fourth Avenue, Phoenix- ville, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Orphans Outingg Senior Dinner Dance: Accounting Society 2,3,4g Villanovan 43 Varsity Cross-COun- try 2,3,4g Varsity Track 2,3,4. WILLIAM B. TITLOW ' 76 Academy Road, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. ' Lower Merion Senior High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI' ENCE IN MATHEMATICS - N.R.O.T.C.: Drill Team l,2: Math- ematics Club 2,3: Astronomy Club 3: Quarterdeck Society 4. PAUL J. TOMCZYK ' 6219 iMarket Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - St. Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society l,2,3,4g Turf and Tinsel 3,43 Orphans Outing: Football l,2,3,4g Track Z: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. yyylf I LEO J. TRAGESSER, 9030 Chestnut Street, Columbia, Ps. - Mount Sr. Joseph High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Sophomore Cotilliong S.A.M. 33 Accounting Society 3,45 Intramurals Al.,Zp. I , ELINOR TRATHEN. - 1332.3-NRM, siieec, Ashland, Pa. - Episcopal Hospital School of ,Nursing f BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN NURSING. ' I el I l N PHILIP E.. TRICHETT 'Y '906fDela'lield Place, Washin.g,t0n, D. C. - Archbishop Carroll High School ' BACHELOR OE 'ELEC- TRICAL,E,'NGINEERINGli' A.I.E.E.pZ,3,4: Sanctuary Society l,L2, 3,434 Pl5iiQ,KappawPii1 l,i2,3,4:w Inltrarnuralls 2,3,4. THOMAS' West, .Sergeant Street, Phila- delphia, Pain +Rom'an1GaghoLicHighs-eSch,p-ol, 4 BACHELOR OF ARTS' 'ep Viillianoyanff3,'4fViOp'e1faf Literary Club 3,41 Intraiiiiirals 2, 4 3 fDelta" Epsilon' I ' 459. PlymouthiRoad, Glenside, Pa. ' La Salle College HiQb,fScbool ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' N.F.C.C.S. l,Z,3,4: Steering' Committee 44? JazziConcert: Publicity Co- Chairmang Belle Air Ball Committee: Publicity Co-Chairman, Mother's and Father's Day Committee: Spanish Club l,2,3,4g French Club- 3: Pre-Law Society 3: Opera Classica 4: Beta Gamma lg Belle Air 45 Intramurals 3,4. JAMES E. TURNER ' 2046 North 63rd Street, Philadelphia, Pa. - St. Thomas More High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS ' Physics Club l,2,3,4: American Institute of Phys- ics Z,3,43 WVIL l,2,3,43 Villanovan 3,4g Mendel Bulletin 4, Opera Classica 49 Intramurals l,2,3,4. MICHAEL G. TURSI - 2323 Tasker Street, Philadelphia 45, Pa. - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. g 431' af W W-'ts' I f CHARLES L. UEBELE ' 2429 Cedar Lane, Drexel Hill, Pa. ' Upper DarbyVHigh School ' BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL EN- GINEERING - A.I,E.E.-I.R.E. 2,3,4, Villanova Engineer, Lay- out Editor 3, Assistant Editor 4. BERNARD E. UPI-IOFF ' 2163 Chestnut Avenue, Ardmore, PZ. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. MARY USHER ' 42 Orchard Lama Berwyn, Pa. ' Conestoga High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING - Navy Nurse Candidate Corps 4: Sophomlore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Junior Dinner Dance: Phi Theta l,3,4, -Secretary 2: Belle Masque l.2,3,4: Belle Air lg W0II1CH7S Glee Club 3,43 WVIL 3,4g Turf and Tinsel l,2,3,4g Opera,C1assica' 2. PHILIP VALENTE, JR. ' 906 South Fairhill Street, Philadel- phia, Pa. ' Bishop Neumann High School' BACHELOR OP SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Society 4: Accounting Society 2g Business Whirl 3, Copy and Rewrite Editor 4: Villanovan 1,2,3, Business Manager 4: Opera Classica 4: Rifle Team 13 Pistol Team 3: Intramurals l,2,3. JOHN F. VAN BUEREN ' 315 East Young Avenue, Wild- wood, ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. PAUL VAN HOOK ' 922 Montgomery Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PHYSICS. f ANTHONY A. VASYS ' 5616 North 15th Street, Philadel- phia, Pa. ' Roman Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E.g Intramurals l,2,3,4. WILLIAM H. VINCENT ' 918 East Phil Ellena Street., Phila- delphia, Pal ' La Salle High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Student Council 3,4g' Treasurer of Student Council 4: Executive Vice-President of-Student Affairs 4: Spirit Committee l,2,3,4: Ways and Means Committee 42' Fraternities and Societies Committee 3: Students Council ,Cabinet 4: Orientaion Committee 2,3,4: Steering,-Committee 2,3,43 I.C.G. 4: Villanovan 1,23 Delta Pi Mu l,2',3,,4: Intramural Council 1,25 Intramurals 1.2,3. ROBERT S. VIOLA ' 401 West Chelten Avenue, Phila- delphia, Pa. ' St. Joseph's Preparatory High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS ' Steering Committee 4: Junior Prom: Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4g Singers 4: Villanovan 4: Intramurals I,2,3. NICHOLAS C. VITALE ' 2100 Saint Vincent Street, Phila- delphia, Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' Sophomore Cotillionz WVIL 2: A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,43 Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: American Chemical So- ciety? Villanova Engineer 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 'Queeg- -sv- W. E. VOITLEIN ' 20180 Parkview Avenue, Rocky River, Ohio - St. Ignatius High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1,2,3,4: Orientation Committee 2: Sophomore Cotililon: Junior Prom: Steering Committee: Accounting Society 2,3,43 Turf and Tinsel 45 Intramurals l,2,3,4. WILLIAM W. VREELAND ' 1 Cutler Street, Morristown, N. J. - Morristown High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Orphans Outing: Accounting Society 2,3,4: American Accounting Association 23,45 Turf and Tinsel 4' Veterans Club 2,3,4: Football 1: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. J FRANK WAGONER ' Box ji2, iliyndell, Pa. ' Downing- town High School - BACHELOR OFVISCIENCE QIN ECONOMICS - Student Council 1,23 Orientation Committee 29 Steering Com- mittee 2g S.A.M. 3,45 Veterans Club 3,43 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. JAMES L. WALKER ' 343 BelntVRoad, Wyncote, Pa. ' La Salle High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL QENGINEERING - A.I.Ch.E. 2,3,4: American ChEITl1C'21l'.'AS0C16I2Y52,31 Villanova Chemical Society 2: Villanova Astronomy Society 2g Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Intramurals 4. I 15 PATRICK J. WALLACE "Vt 1343 DennistonpiAvenue, Pitts- burgh, Pa. ' Central District Catholic ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS I-7'Pre-Law Society Intramurals 1,Z,3,4. JOHN D. WALLIN - 41,'IL.E1ow.ef.,Ii,Hii1 Road. lclr fieovggviglecepsic, N. Y. ' Poughkeepsie High 'School " BAOIfIELOR,,OE'ISCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Steering Committee 2,'3l,i'4:i5ff .,,, Orph'ans'O,uting: Mother's Day: Senior PromfiCha1i'rma'nQ:f ,Sojiliomore Cotilliong Basca Dance Chairmanf43 MarketinV'g'iClubf,Q2,3,4: Delta Pi Ep- silon 2,3,4: Intramurals .fff-if zfigfi CHARLESQ34. ' Drexel Hill, Pa. - St.5y331,JoiscQjizhis,g,J?repaciififory Sclicibl ii'y. 'BACHELOR OF g Senior Prom Markemg Club 2, 3 , '3 , 4 z Footba 1191 'ii' PEM J- ' .MH 49 -,f.i "-- ii ci,,, g It'i, l','fI ff li'. . waaffrqif' , ,qrqfizf 3 A z y-' rg f f asf- -,vi few iw , ,I ,, is ,f , , , . RIQWKRD H i fl Aitizf Fgge BACHELOR. QE SCIENCE .ECO- f-'s Q J3? Spirit Coniinittee 1,22 ,'.,, Steering Committee 2,-43: Junior Prom: Class Float 3: Father's Day: Accounting Society 2,33 S.A.M. 2: I.R.S. 23 Finance Society 4, WVIL 2,33 Veterans Club 45 Treasurer 2,33 Opera Classica 1: Intramurals 1,2,3,4. THOMAS J. WALSH, JR. ' 18-50 211th Street, Bayside 60, N. Y. ' Brooklyn Academy High School ' BACHELOR OF SCI- ENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 1,2,3,4: Steering Com- mittee 2,4: Junior Dinner Dance: Senior Dinner Dance, Senior Prom: Pre-Law Society 23 Marketing Club 4: WVIL 1: Intra- murals 1,2,3',4. WILLIAM N. WALSH ' 136 North Lynn Boulevard, Upper Darby, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. CHARLES D. WARD, JR. ' lll-30 77th Road, Forest Hills 75, N. Y. ' Mount Saint Michael High School ' BACHELOR OE ARTS ' Senior Class Treasurer: Beta Gamma Debating Soci- ety 3,43 Phi Kappa Pi: Intramurals l,2,3. JAMES J. WARD - 247 Sparks Street, Philadelphia. Pa. ' La Salle High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Society 2,3,4: Varsity Club 2.3.43 Turf and Tinsel 3.4: Football 1,2,3.4: Track 2,3. MARLENE M. WARD ' 105 Dewey Road, Cheltenham. Pa. - Charles E. Ellis High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ' Spirit Committee 1.2: N.F.C.C.S. 1,29 Orientation Committee 2: Steering Committee 3: Junior Dinner Dance: Junior Prom: Pi Theta Chi l,2,3,4: Belle Masque l,2,4. PHILIP C. WATSON ' Summit Grove Avenue. Bryn Mawr, Pa. - West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OP ARTS - Vet- erans Club 4. MARY GALE WEATHERS ' 2 East Jefferson Street, Media, Pa. - Academy of the Holy Child - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING ' N.F.C.C.S. 1.2: Sophomore Cotillion: Ring Dance: Junior Dinner Dance: Junior Prom: Charity Ball 2,31 Belle Air 1,43 Turf and Tinsel 1.2.3,4: Opera Classica 2. JAMES J. WEINERT - 1127 South 51st Street, Philadelphia 43, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING - N.R.O.T.C.: Chi Epsilon Mu: A.I.Ch.E. 3,41 Quarterdeck Society 4. FRANCIS J. WELSH ' 5934 Alma Street, Philadelphia 49. Pa. - Northeast Catholic High School - BACHELOR OP CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E. 2,3,4: Veterans Club 2,3: Turf and Tinsel 4: Geology Club 2.3: Intramurals 3.4. EDWARD A. WEST ' 18 Locust Drive, Asbury Park, N. J. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. CHARLES R. WETTER ' 12 Wolfpits Road, Bethel. Conn. - Bethel High School - BACHELOR OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' Steering Committee 3: Sophomore Committee: A.I.Ch.E. 3,43 Phi Kappa Pi l.2,3,4: WVIL 33 Knights of Columbus 2,3,4: Intramurals 1,2,4. is ' A. " . Qc, . ' b n nv 9 fu- . -ia ly' EDWARD M. WHALEN ' 7035 Cedar Park Avenue. Phila- delphia 38. Pa. ' Northeast Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. 2.3: Publicity Director 4: Veterans Club 2.3.4: Business Whirl 4. JOHN D. WHALEN ' 433 East Monthan Street. Philadelphia. Pa. - La Salle High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2.3: Basca Dance 4: Steering Com- mittee 3: Sophomore Cotillion: Senior Jazz Concert: Account- ing Society 2: Delta Pi Epsilon 2.3: Intramurals l.2.3.4. TERRANCE L. WHALEN ' 379 Pinecrest Drive. Rochester l7. N. Y. ' Aquinas Institute of Rochester ' BACHELOR OF ME- CHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Spirit Committee l.2: Orientation Committee 2: Interfraternity Ball 4: Steering Committee 2: Mother's Day: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Junior Dinner Dance: A.S.M.E. 2.3.4: Phi Kappa Pi l.2.3.4: N.R. O.T.C. Drill Team l: Villanovan 4: Belle Air 4: Intramurals l.2.3.4. JOSEPH R. WHALLEY ' 3l Orchard Street. Wallington. N. J. - Wallington High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Pistol Team 2.3. Captain 4. THOMAS F. WHEELER. O.S.A. ' IO7 Third Street. Bridge- port. Pa. - West Catholic High School ' BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PHILOSOPHY ' Physics Club I: lI'lU'J.II'IUI'.llS 2.3.4. FRED J. WIELE ' l5 Massachusetts Boulevard. Bellerose. N. Y. - Chaminade High School - BACHELOR OF IVIECHANICAI. EN- GINEERING ' National Collegiate Who's Who: N.R.O.T.C.: Battalion Commander: Chi Epsilon Mu 3.4: Pi Tau Sigma 3.4: Student Council. Treasurer 3. Executive Vice-President 4: Stu- dent Union and Special Problems Chairman 3: Spirit Commit- tee l.2: Ways and Means Committee 3: Steering Committee 2.3.4: Orientation Committee. Activity Chairman 2.3.-4: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 2: Sanctuary Society 3.4: A.S.M.E. 3.4: Phi Kappa Pi l,2,3,4: Villanova Engineer: Band l.2: Intramurals l,2,3,4. JOSEPH J. WILBERSCHEID ' Janes Avenue. Island Heights. N. J. - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY. JOHN D. WILLIAMS. JR. ' 45l 84th Street. Brooklyn. N. Y. - St. Michael's High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN Enu- CATION ' National Collegiate Who's Who: Spirit Committee 1.2: Freshman Orientation Interview 2: Steering Committee 2.3.4: Orientation Committee 2: Sophomore Cotillion: Junior Prom: Senior Prom: Orphans Outing: N.E.C.C.S. Dance 3: S.E.A. l.2.3. Treasurer 4: Knights of Columbus 3.4: Literary Club 4: Turf and Tinsel 4: WVIL l.2: Villanovan 3.4: Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4: Intramurals l.2.3,4. ALAN B. WILLIG ' 8135 Williams Avenue. Philadelphia. Pa. - Central High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDU- CATION ' Belle Masque 2.4: Secretary 3: Opera Classica 2.3.41 Villanovan 2,3,4: Lynx 2. WINFIELD S. WILSON ' ll4 Cherry Street. Marietta. Ga. - BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PSYCHOLOGY. JOSEPH F. WIMMER, O.S.A. ' 329 Highland Avenue. Devon, Pa. - Augustinian Academy - BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PHILOSOPHY ' C.S.M.C. 1.2: Augustinianum 3,43 Tagastan Club I,2,3,4g Organist I,2,3,4: Intramurals I,2,3,4. RICHARD WINES ' 89-O9 63rd Avenue, Rego Park 74, N. Y. - St. John's Preparatory High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' N.R.O.T.C.g Spirit Committee I: Steering Committee 33 Mother's Day: Accounting Society 2.3.43 Quar- terdeck Society 4: Drill.Team l,2.3,4: Pershing Rilles l,2,3, Treasurer 4: Intramurals l,2,3.4g Pistol Team 4. THOMAS M. WOLF ' R.D. :gr l, Lititz. Pa. ' Lancaster Cath- olic High School - BACHELOR OF ARTS - National Collegiate Who's Who: N.R.O.T.C.: Student Council 4: Academic Af- fairs Committee 4: Orientation Committee 4: Shamokinaki 3: French Club 3: Russian Club 3: I.R.S. 35 Executive Council 4: Delta Pi Mu 2,3,4: Villanovan 2,3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Belle Air 4: Quarterdeck Society 4: Intramurals l,2,3g Delta Epsilon Sigma. JOHN A. WOOLLEY ' lO59 Mayfair Road, Union, N. J. ' Union High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS ' Spirit Committee 2: Junior Prom: Orphans Outingg I.R.S. 2,31 S.A.M. 2: Turf and Tinsel 4: Lynx 23 Intramurals l,2,3,4. LEO J. YOUNG ' 441 West King's Highway, Audubon. N. J. - Camden Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING ' Chi Epsilon Mu: N.F.C.C.S. l,2,3,4: A.I.E.E. 3, Chairman 4: Intramurals l,2,3,4. CHARLES J. YOUNGELESH ' 936 Pitman Avenue. Colling- Clille, PEI. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. HENRY ZEGZULA, JR. ' 30 Crosley Terrace, Hillsdale, N. J. ' Pascack Valley Region High School - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN CHEMISTRY ' Delta Pi Mu l,2,3,4: Villanova Chemistry Society l,2,3,4: Intramurals l.2.3,4. DANIEL J. ZIEGLER ' 144 Green Valley Road, Upper Darby, Pa. - West Catholic High School - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY ' V.S.P.I. 3,4. JOHN J. GALLEN ' 643 Lawson Avenue, Havertown, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF CIVIL ENGINEERING. RICHARD J. PERTEL, O.S.A. -.6541 South Whipple Street, Chicago 29, Ill. - BACHELOR OF ARTS IN PHILOSOPHY. 9532 WILLIAM J. CRAIG ' 634 Summer Street. Akron, Ohio ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION - Turf and Tinsel 1.2: Football 1.2.3. CO-Captain 4: Intramurals 1.2. BRIAN K. DONOVAN ' 91 Cove Road. Huntington. L. I.. N. Y. ' St. John's Preparatory School ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Villanovan 1: Spanish Club 1.2: International Relations Society 4. SENIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED FRANCIS S. BAILEY ' 112 Center Street, Bride- port. Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. GENEVIEVE M. BARTOL - 3216 Ryan Avenue. Philadelphia 36. Pa. e BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. THOMAS F. BOLE ' 590 Dermond Avenue. Drexel Hill, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS. BRIAN J. CONNOLLY ' 5 Wellington Road. Upper Darby, Pa. - BACHELOR' OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. FRANK G. CROUSE ' 854 Martin Avenue, Bryn Mawr, Pa. e BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSY- CHOLOGY. . ALVIN E. DECKER ' 236 James Drive, Haver- town, Pa. - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS THOMAS A. DESHULA - 110 Cemfai Avenluef A Q Berwyn, Pa. - BACHELOR OP SCIENCE IN ECO'- NOMICS. FRANCIS J. DUGGAN ' 1021 Guenther Avenue. Yeadon, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS. ALEXANDER R. GARLAND - Backsville Road. Armonk, N. Y. - BACHELOR OF ARTS. DOLORES A. GEARHART - 327 West Long Avenue, Dubois, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING. CHARLES W. KNAST ' 540 Main Street, South Amboy. N. J. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS, CARL W. KUKCINOVICH - 816 Main Street. Simpson, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS. ROBERT E. MARK - 2111 Market Street, Wil- mington, Del. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BIOL OGY. LOUIS J. MARTUCCI ' 199 Crocus Avenue. Floral Park, N. Y. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY. JOHN J. MCCULLOUGH - 2312 S. Lambert Street, Philadelphia 45, Pa. - BACHELOR OF ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING. JAMES T. MCDONOUGH - 130 West Neck Road, Huntington, L. I., N. Y. - BACHELOR OF ARTS. JOSEPH H. MCGRATH ' 522 Buttonwood Street. Norristown, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS. GEORGE. A. MCGUIRE. JR. ' 605 DeKalb Street. Bridgeport, Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECO- NOMICS. f JOHN F. MCNICHOL - 4711 Hazel Avenue. Philadelphia 143. Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. . ' WILLIAM B. MCNULTY - 523 Brookline Blvd.. Havertown. Pai." BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 1N ECO- NOMICS. , M-ARTIN NALLY ' 1054 Broadway. Bayonne, N. J. w BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. ELENORIG. PATTERSON ' 268 Radnor Cluster Road, Radnor. Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION. FRANK W. PENN ' 41 Cricket Avenue. Ardmore. Pa. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. WILLIAM F. PROULX ' 200 David Drive. Bryn Mawr, Pa. - BACHELOR OF MECHANICAL ENGI- NEERING. WILLIAM J. SCHAUBLE - 176 Oak Street. Ridgewood, N. J. ' BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. GERALD P. SHURKO ' 36 E. Buckingham Ave- nue. Mt. Ephraim. N. J. - BACHELOR OF ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING. JOHN J. SIEGERSON ' 135 Madison Avenue. New York 16. N. Y. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. DAVID N. SIRGANY ' 100 South Delaney Place. Atlantic City, N. J. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ECONOMICS. JOSEPH P. SPETZER - 7734 Michener Avenue. Philadelphia 19, Pa. - BACHELOR OP ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. PAUL S. TARASCHI - 231 Church Street. Down- ingtown. Pa. - BACHELOR OF ELECTRICAL ENGI- NEERING. J. S. WALDRON ' 1027 Duncan Avenue, Yeadon, Pa. - BACHELOR OF ARTS. DENIS J. YOUNG ' 420 East Main Street, River- head, N. Y. - BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN SOCI- OLOGY. x"" 'T N " - 1 .Y iv--v- -f ' . ,.f ...1.,.2 .L 2.-.f -fhf . ., - u ' a .. ' - . .gg Mg , - Q g p f.y,.,ws:1'-:,.Q, 1-, .,-1, ., :1"3""' ...Q.-Q-fn.uf1"'Pf5"'l-1 . . 1- - - :"i5- - ' :If ,, 2 w ,1931.315far::1'2I.r::'i:rf:if:':. . ' -z! , fl -' 21 1 f ' Aiqgiiff , , , 3, 'i..' mimi: 41 -f 2. 235: , ig :S 'A Q ,- g- af., A ,rv ' " f'--f1"f..1 C . .fr 37 6 S :T T41 ,,.w."' if so ages fl - 'M 45.1 ' . . -f . a ss.-. . r. .I J-2 -,. X f 7' -':c?:IFJ. hifi: , .v ' , .- ' ' " ' - 5-'Z V' '-' 1 .' ' 'J X Ji?" . i 54M N Elf' ff' 'V T Q 3 U ,H '- - Q-X 'j, Q Zi'-V3 A Q J ' "Now let,s see, Where does this thing say the stadium is?" art Eli? 286 Tension mounts as class elections draw near. Spring of '59 brought more political campaigns to campus than the presidential year brings to the nation. The class owes much to these men who have been leaders through their years at Villa- nova. Class Histor Hazy recollection reveals that it was only four years ago that the members of the class of 1960 traipsed behind aggressive white hats as demure and confused frosh. Self-confidence and assurance came gradually with near victories on Muff Day and sev- eral excursions to the "T" house. Hoarse Saturday nights proved class spirit at afternoon football games, and that shattering excursion to Beantown remained as a conversational topic for the remain- der of the year. Soon after Thanksgiving Day many students were beseiged with requests from their parents to return home and instruct them on the intricacies of deciphering a Villanova report card. In February, politics made an entrance into our college life and the class members were given their first real responsibility to the class in choosing those whom they favored to lead in sophomore year. W. Stephen Mahle became the class president and John J. Sullivan was elected vice-president. One of the best Orientation Periods in the his- tory of the university marked the opening of Soph- omore year. The athletic prowess of the class was severely diminished as the freshmen moved for- ward to victory on Muff Day. Many satisfied class- mates spent a "Persian Night" at the Sophomore Cotillion, and the success of this dance established a precedent for all subsequent class-sponsored social events. Another school record was established as ive hundred orders were placed for blazersg in January the long-awaited blazer arrived, outward- ly classifying each wearer as a member of the Class of 1960. February brought the uswingin' Satchv on campus with a jazz concert which has yet to be equaled. The chief task of second semester was selecting a Junior class president who would be fully capable of providing a successful Junior year. As the barrage of campaign posters and fa- vors diminished, Sheldon Pollock emerged as the favored candidate. At the outset of junior year, the Class of 1960 had dwindled to a mere 734 members. The Stu- dent Trip massed at West Point and the accelerated exuberance of those in attendance was overshad- owed only by the fine showing of a spirited Villa- nova team. The class initiated another tradition with the inception of a Junior Ring Mass at which the coveted class rings were appropriately "christ- enedv by Father Calpin. Following Thanksgiving recess, the charity and goodwill of the Class of 1960 expressed themselves in che wonderful, re- warding Orphans' Weekend. It commenced with the Charity Ball and terminated as over two hun- dred Juniors visited St. john,s and chaperoned the youngsters through a day of shopping and movie- going, as the day ended, it became increasingly diflicult to determine who was having the better time-the Johnnies or us. Highlighting Junior Year was the heralded Junior Week comprising Mothers' Day, a jazz concert, the Prom and the Dinner Dance. The whole week was geared to creating an experience as enduring as the stuccoed walls of Alumni Hall, and this end was more than ade- quately accomplished, especially in each Junior's paying tribute to the most deserving girl in his life-his mother. In May, a third excursion into the political Held produced the popular Ray Raf- ferty as President for the Class' concluding year at Villanova. An abundance of time-consuming hard work characterized the preparations for all class functions in Senior year and this enterprising activity was clearly evidenced in outstanding re- sults. In retrospect it can be prudently stated that the Class of 1960 has bequeathed to Villanova Uni- versity a panoramic scope of precedents, traditions, scholarship, and preserving unity. Members of the Ring Committee con- sult with George Packer as the long- awaited moment arrives when Juniors receive their rings. The Villanova ring, a mark of an upperclassman, is Worn with great pride in school and class. February of Sophomore year brought i Louis Armstrong to Vi11anova's campus for the best Jazz Concert in years. The "men behind the scenes" Work on Junior Prom decorations. The lines form early as Juniors wait to purchase their Dinner Dance Tickets. The Dinner Dance committee decides between peas and lima beans. Pie Shop becomes a recruiting agency as Juniors ask, "Did you buy your tickets yet?" A traditional feature of Mother's Day is the planting of the class tree by Junior Class luminaries and their Mothers. -,.Yl if T Junior Week utstandmg in fourlyears at Villanova Was The Week commenced With Mother's Dayipat was celebrated for the iincemionsi of Juniors Mothers A rainy afternoon did not dampen the festivities, which included a luncheon and the of the class tree. The day Was a complete success because of the efforts of Chairmen Bill Galm and Wallin A Jazz concert featuring Eddie Condon and the Four Aces highlighted the middle portion of the Terminating a truly memorable seven days was the anticipated Prom andlDinnerDance. i i s i ,n,. .l A fitting beginning for Junior Week is the annual Mother's Mass offered by the class moder- ator, for the intentions of the Junior Class and their mothers. A Junior and his mother pause briefly to meditate at the' rustic shrine to Our Mother of Good Counsel. Junior Prom reagent: ,.fQiiiQf.f,EiiJlifled l' '-iiiisliif: "Midnight Magic"V visited our ever-adaptable fieldhouse on May 1, and transformed it into a palatial setting amply suited to the many Cinder- ellas and their escorts in attendance. The prom theme was ably captured by a huge slipper in the center of the floor, glittering chandeliers, and ele- gant marble pillars and staircases. Under the di- rection of chairmen Dan Spada and Larry Mau- cher, the prom became to each of us more than an annual affair of the highlight of a very special week . . . it was the beginning of a memorv which will be recalled at every mention of Villanova. With mood music provided by Warren Covington and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra. is it any Won- - ' viz der that We "could have danced all night." V-fr G Eager to begin the festivities, two more couples enter the palatial ballroom. J., 4 Engulfed in the mood of the evening, they be- come the only couple on the floor as music in a Dorsey mood fills the room. Surrounded by atten- tive juniors, Warren Covington and Betty Webb cha-cha to the rhythmic beat of "Tea for Two." l l Jw, As queen of the Junior Prom, Patricia Stevens reigned over the social events of the Week- en Father Girolami chats with a young lady during an intermis- sion in the evening's entertain- ment. ff i 2 A Junior and his date take ad-. Stealing a quiet moment, this couple pauses near one of the elaborate decorations to leaf through their program. V I C ,I it , i' V Q vantage of an intermission to refresh themselves. V , 1 fl" hifi . ti, . ,.,, .Q , .3 A L 29I The musicians play and the dancers sway as the Class of '60 records one of the most memorable events of their collegi- ate career. f2pFsrCQzfe:.1': A rmizvgc rzrrx Well conditioned engineers demonstrate the "Limbo" to an attentive Broadwood audience. the Dinner Dance is re- Eating, talking, laugh- ing and trying to re- member those rules from Emily Post. Now is it the spoon or . . . junior f SEQ x V- its N M i .i., .W E ,,, ,,... . .. . . 21111155254-' N ff 'S'4:.ge,5fl'w5 is al .Y - FE glial? 'Q 'I 1 . , 'Y U .3 sf li ff wif ze " ' .- Pai X5 "N , Q . . fx' 1, - , , . st, 5, yr. 1524? 1 P ii - . Q! 33 ,.-Q Q' '- 2. Sk ' 1. V153 1: -43' ix o iii-.Z We ' ""' Eff: W .5?QfE.:E1?: ' 5 i Dinner Dance Culminating Junior Week, some six-hundred 'couples journeyed to the Broadwood Hotel to en- joy a fine meal and an evening of dancing to the versatile compositions of Al Raymond. To many the Dinner Dance was an event unsurpassableg to all it Was an event unforgettable. The chairmen of this event were Ray Rafferty and John Driscoll, and through their efforts all who attended were fully satisfied. Throughout the evening, the per- vading atmosphere was one of friendship' and jo- viality among the ten people of each table and the sixty tables in the ballroom. "You and the night and the music." This seems to be the theme in vogue as the Juniors whirl around the ballroom of the Broadwood. Ai night at the round table is inter- rupted momentarily by the peering eyes of the candid camera. Featured in the evening's entertain- ment was the sentimental music of Al Raymond and his orchestra. This year, the Nick Basca Weekend, combining the ac- tivities of Alumni Home- coming with the Basca Award and Dance, was des- ignated as a Senior Class function. Given in memory of one of Villanova's foot- ball greats, the Nick Basca Award is presented annually for the most original dormi- tory decorations. This year, Simpson Hall won the cov- eted plaque with Sullivan Hall placing a close second. Other highlights of the eve- ning which helped kick-off t h e weekend included a talent show and boniire on Mendel Field which drew an enthusiastic crowd despite the inclement weather. Fol- lowing the rally, attention switched to the Field House for the Basca Dance. nl In an atmosphere of "Homecoming 1900", the Nick Basca Dance took us back to the days of the Keystone Cop and the bicycle-built-for-two. Among those dancing to the Gay Nineties music of Eddie Bigham and his society orchestra was the striking Sabina Cunningham, Home coming Queen for 195 9. Saturday saw the return of the alumni to the campus for the Villanova-Virginia Tech football game. Unfor tunately the Cats were unable to rise to the occasion and dropped a 24-14 decision to the Gobblers. Dampened spirits were lifted, however, by the usual round of post game parties. Sunday afternoon, the scene once again shifted to the Field House Where the jazz of the Dukes of Dixieland put the finishing touches on a truly fabulous Weekend ff W ldv-a--i'i. why, , It 'Q -"- .9 "ff, '- .' L - - ,, -,f I L 4 a. , ,.j..g, 1 jijf 4'-ia13:.g .gf ag-an ri- 1.5 f?f,,1,b. 1: ,,p.,V f. ' 4 'N Y 1 , , -1-ff-fax... :ffl ' -.fm f -' 1 35' 3. f 4?-sl' ' -?' JE'f'.g21,f-f-'f'2f 3- ' I f-. 1 .""'YaY 2 -.- -- , .e-"'.- 1 , - - '-sc' '. 1: f ,I - f".54,7.l 'i. nf "' "?- 1, '- J 0. 5. af 1 -. -nf'-,, ,. f f f - .- -- - my -by 28133552-,5: pf a' 554455-as-faffi-f-?'3i" wg - fifff f,,1,.:.-ig, g, if ,r , .. ,,n. 'A V J. . ri ' 5" 1 .r'W1:-1 1 Buddy Morrow graciously autographs programs for two of the more aggressive seniors. Eager to begin an evening of gaiety, two seniors and their dates pass through the arched en- tranceway. Responding, to the smooth sound of Buddy Morrow, many couples proclaim that this indeed Belle Air Ball . 1 V Y 'E-:-I Q T "::iS5::'E.fxl r ' Qiirl' ' 11' If ff , . is X.-siaffbwk ' Y-I-.H-is .:',V N :--X.34.'- i' ."-QWYXN ,X-. .,' .il :. :. is N -N ' J fn - .gx-M.,wggL x Cl you dicln't have to bring a picnic basket." I told you we were going to have refreshmentsg ...-1. While girls primp and powder, escorts enjoy a happy moment with Father Whitley. Senior Weekend was- formally opened on Friday Febru- ary 19th, with the highly anticipated Belle Air Ball. Ably directed by chairmen Tom McCoy and Jim Foley, the prom proved most successful. Ornate in a l'Cornation Ball" theme, the renovated Field House provided a unique setting. To the arrangements of the Buddy Morrow Or- chestra, some two hundred-sixty appreciative couples danced 'till the Wee morning hours, taking leave with a sudden realization that, as students, this Was the last Villa- Prom chairmen Jim Foley and Tom McCoy lend a hand to decorations chairman, Ted Glincka and other members of the committee. nova prom it would be their pleasure to attend. the Belle Air Ball. Some of the seniors and their dates momentarily interrupt their dancing to lend an attentive ear to a trumpet solo. Highlighting the evening's ac- tivities Was the Coronation of Miss Sally Campbell as queen of Preceding the Dinner Dance, a re- ception Was held in the Pennsylvania Room of the Sheraton Hotel. "in...lll As the evening progressed it became increasingly difficult to find dancing space on the ballroom floor. An enthusiastic response to the down- beat of Eddie Bigham subjects the Sher- aton's hardwood to a severe pounding. Senior Dinner Dance f'HTiM77f'7'777TWf7iT'f iiiif eli' iifi eif' cmrrfe' mf D iid A-X F' goes S . . . And then it came, that last Dance. Imagine--a continental bow , , H W DI 2 1 "1Q,g, W,'fl'e '43 H.: 2 " l 1 l .I ,tfgzfvx 5 lb. ,,.!i,f,Q,, , , . i 7 'fi 'f n , . ,rap r it . " ,I w 'fi Fx solidiarity of the Class of 1960 as a imultitude of Seniors Hotel for the Dinner all for easily measure thought of as unsure for this reception Went ack Heffernan. The theme 'tGolden Was indeed appropriate, and the sound of Eddie Bigharn set the necessary nostalgic mood. S Well satished wich a roast turkey dinner and an evening of dancing and genial conversation, all Seniors present unanimously agreed that indeed this Was the perfect way to terminate an un- forgettable Senior Weekend. W K X .15 V , X QQ., ' 3, ' L-1 A x img, X. . Qi X.-Nh Mm,M,,.., X lid Editorial Staff TYPING STAFF THE 1960 BELLE Editor-in-chief .,., Associate editor .... Managing editor . . . Business Manager . . . Assistant editor . . . Photography editor . . Layout editor ...., Art editor . . . Copy editor 4,,. Typing editors . , . Academic editor . . . Underclass editor . . Activities editor . . . Feature editor . . . Sports editor . . . Senior editors . . . Arts and Science .... . Engineering ......... Commerce and Finance Nursing ............ Law ....,...,,...., NROTC ............ Part-time and Graduate Juniors .......,..... Sophomores . . Freshmen .... Publications . . . Dramatics .... Honoraries ...... . . . . . . .Thomas B. Quigley ..........Francis X. Boes . . . .Gordon M. Burlingame ,........Mary.A. Gamber . .... John R. Mulcahy . . . , .Jan R. Garigliano . . . . . . . . .Connie Donohue Nicholas A. Cassetta ......,.John Lesser ... .Peter Daly . . . . .Josephine Morello . . . .John J. Birkenhuer . . .Thomas Luebking J::.,':A5,X.,5,1X e'X,i.-.'m1ga- fff.:"xI , .. gg. 5,5 . Y, .Qs 3 X' , 1' 13. H H- , A ' 1 5 . f -- yy Y 'V , Student Activities ,... BUSINESS STAFF David Hayes, Charles Poppre, Ronald Magray, John Myrtetus, David Devaney, William Raganella, . . . . . .Phyliss Taylor George Del Montef, John Schalk. IR TAFF . . . . . . . . .Thomas R. Peretti . ,William C. Celentano, Jr. . . .... Donald B. McCoy . . .Daniel P. Spada . . .Albert M. Lawler . . . ,F. Joseph Peroziello . . , . . .Jon T. Rietzke , . . . . . . . . . .Thomas B. Sweeney . . . . , . . . , . . .James R. Merikangis . . . ,Eileen Greyson, Florence Benas .............Denis A. Cardone . , . .F. William Boufford . ,.... John B. Castano .,............WilliamB.Freind ..,......,..,...Michael Spahn Alan A. Fisher, William P. Rogers Anthony Bimbo, Janet Pomponio, Louise Duffy, Charles Muir, Connie Vivino. PHOTOGRAPHY Thomas Yodzis, Michael Pastore, Francis Metunis, Robert Thompson. LITERARY Joel Ziegler, Charles Muir, Suzanne Conlon, Mary Lou Scanlon. LAYOUT Thomas O'Hara, Gerald Carlin, Francis Perry. SPORTS Gerald Gelinas, Robert Rose, Walter Fetterer, Rob- ert Schell. ART Joseph Ruggeiro. GENERAL J. Bruce Sturm, Charles Muir, Joseph Marone, Wil- liam McManus, William Hogan, Richard Keeley. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ..'. ..,. .... .-,. .,..,. .,,,.., .. ,. A , , ., . - . .A -, ,f,11",:.gwQ g.,5v1..::y1g- vgtf., .qw X - , 1 -, -. ' ' 2i.3..I"g:.fV."3i'wfi-iflw'aa.rX-'Yif'-Q3- .31EfH?.Y'..:Ntslibff33f2g-iy11g:."fi1E:UQ , -, ', 'X I H, . ' N ' M The editors and staff of the 1960 Belle Air wish to take this opportunity to thank: The Revs. Daniel P. Falvey, O.S.A., Robert M. Sullivan, O.S.A., and Ralph C. Shurer, O.S.A., moderators. PHOTOGRAPH CREDITS Mr. Daniel A. Solari of the William T. Cooke Publishing Co. 24-'Fabian Bachrach Miss Louise Crisci and the staff of the Carl Wolf Studio. 76-Fitzgerald'Mercy Hospital Mr. Gene Ruane and Miss Jane Dougherty of the Public Information Office. Bradford Bachrach. Mr. Joseph Chase of the Athletic Publicity Office. 81-Vauey,F0rge Hospital Miss Mary Jane Kuhn of the Villanova Library. 202-Mamlmg Solon Miss Margaret Hanna of the President's Office. Mr. John Bauman of the University Shop. The Villanovan . . . and all the students, faculty, and friends whose cooperation made this edition possible. ACCOUNTING SOCIETY . . . ACKNOWLEDGMENTS . . . ADMINISTRATION ............., AMATEUR RADIO CLUB .......,., I DEX .69 301 .26 .65 AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY . . . . . . .56 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ..., AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ....61 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ....... .,,. 6 2 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS ARTS AND SCIENCE ,....,....... .... . . . A.S.C.E. ........... A, . A.S.M.E. ........ . . . . . ASTRONOMY CLUB ...,.... AUGUSTINIAN HERITAGE . . . BAND ...A...A,..,.....I. BASCA WEEKEND . . . BASEBALL .....S.,..,.L.. BASKETBALL .,.B.. ..A.B.... BASKETBALL FRESHMAN .... BELLE AIR ...B..,B........A BELLE AIR BALL . . . BELLE MASQUE ,.,,. BETA GAMMA ,......... BOARD OF TRUSTEES . . . BUSINESS WHIRL ..... CAMPUS ,......,... CAPPING .....,..., CHI EPSILON MU .. g CLASS HISTORY COAT OF ARMS ..........,.S, COMMERCE AND FINANCE . . . DAY OF RECOLLECTION .,., DEDICATION ....,.... A I... . DELTA EPSILON SIGMA DELTA PI EPSILON .I.,.. DELTA PI MU .II,.. ENGINEERING ....II FINANCE SOCIETY FOOTBALL .,,..,..I. GAMMA PHI ..,,.,. GEOLOGY CLUB ,.,, GILLAN MEMORIAL .. GOLF I..Y.4,...Y.,,,.,,......... GRADUATE DIVISION .....,,,..,, HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY .. IC4A'S .,........,..........,....... . . . INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE ON GOVERNMENT ........4.,4,. INF IRMARY ,......I........... INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL .. INTRAMURAL COUNCIL ,.,.. INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL . . . INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL ,.,, I.R.E. .I.,........,..,.,..,, . ........57 .47 .63 .64 .55 .18 174 295 206 190 197 150 297 166 191 .22 159 .12 .77 146 286 .16 .67 .21 ..6 146 134 136 .50 .70 184 147 .55 138 210 94 .20 203 .50 .40 . .... 214 212 213 215 .62 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SOCIETY. . . JUNIOR DINNER DANCE JUNIOR PROMENADE . . . JUNIOR WEEK ............ .... KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS .... .... LAMBDA KAPPA DELTA LAW SCHOOL ............. . . . LIBRARY .......... LITERARY CLUB .. LYNX .............. MARKETING CLUB . . . MENDEL BULLETIN NAVY SOCIAL . .. N.I.T.V .............. N.R.O.T.C. ........... . NURSING DIVISION .... OPERA CLASSICA .,.... PART-TIME DIVISION .. PERSHING RIFLES .... PHILOSOPHY CLUB . . . PHI KAPPA PI ......, PI TAU SIGMA ..... PI THETA CHI ........ PLACEMENT OFFICE .... POLICE ........,.,... PRE-LAW SOCIETY . . . PRESIDENT ............. PUBLIC INFORMATION . . . . . QUARTERDECK SOCIETY .51 293 290 288 145 .13 .81 .43 .49 158 .71 161 .99 196 .96 .76 178 90 .....1O0 ....52 .....14O .....147 .....142 ....42 ..41 ..72 ..24 ..40 .....101 RELIGION .... ................... .... 2 1 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT .... ...... 3 9 RIFLE AND PISTOL ............... ..... 2 1 1 RUSSIAN SOCIETY .... ....53 S.A.M. ................... . . 7 3 SAN CTUARY SOCIETY .... ..... 1 8 0 SEMINARIANS .......... . . 88 SEMPER FIDELIS ........... ..... 1 8 1 SENIOR DINNER DANCE . . . . . . . . SENIOR PROM .......... SINGERS ........... SPANISH CLUB ...... SPIRIT COMMITTEE ....................... STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION .... STUDENT GOVERNMENT SUMMER CRUISE ......... . . . SUMMER SESSION SWIMMING ........ TRACK .............. TURF AND TINSEL ..... VETERANS CLUB ........... .... VILLANOVA ENGINEER .... .... VILLANOVAN .......... V.S.P.I. ....... . WHO'S WHO .... 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