Villanova University - Belle Air Yearbook (Villanova, PA)

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Realize that this is a pilgrimage manifested every- where and always by CHANGE. mar .Q .,f- .1 'ls I an A.-I" K N qXr f l' FROM THE THIRD FLOOR OF THE PATRIARCH OF THE CAMPUS, ALUMNI HALL, THE YOUTH WHO LIVE THERE CAN SEE ALL THOSE BUILDINGS WHICH TODAY MAKE VILLANOVA WHAT IT IS. BUT ONLY IN RECENT YEARS HAS OUR IDENTITY BEEN MENDEL, BARTLEY, SULLIVAN, I SHEEHAN, AND DOUGHERTY HALLS. IT IS DIFFICULT TO REALIZE THAT THESE STRUCTURES ARE EVEN YOUNGER THAN WE ARE, AND FOR OVER A HUNDRED YEARS VILLANOVANS ATE, SLEPT, AND STUDIED IN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT SURROUNDINGS. 1842 1843 1844 1845 1846 1847 1848 1849 1850 1851 1 8521 1 8 1 81855 1856 1857 1858 fyf , MW ' , ' H 5 L, .--gy .1 'NVQ ' ' 'MW U. 4 ywfm, X Vff f 97 L ff I, if X 1 F" ?Q,."'Q4,51 ,:+Qf,1fAf5sS4Jf5'e?' P' .U N VF? - x ,, 1 ,CM . :Q-vn1m:-,mn-f--., ESS-lai 3 ' ge . "fu-...a - Q . 5 1 -' ' A 'tg 2- f-H " - ..- M1 F l I -.....,,,-sn ! I. ,,-.- hw- - 5 1119 IO 1-U-n 3 1 as-rg fl. Il Q x wi" ... 5 'Q 1 'f . THE MORE DIVERSE THE STUDENT BODY, THE WIDER THE PERSPECTIVE FOR EACH STUDENT. YESTERDAY AT VILLANOVA THERE WERE ONLY THE WELL-TO-DO OF THE NEAR EASTERN SEABOARD. BUT TODAY THE EDUCATIONAL HORIZON CLAIMS NUMEROUS BACKGROUNDS: RICH AND POOR, HIGH AND LOW, WHITE AND BLACK, NEAR AND FAR. WE BRING TO OUR UNIVERSITY NOT ONLY OUR INCREASED VARIETY BUT OUR AUGMENTED NUMBER, FOR TODAY WE ARE MORE IN ONE YEAR THAN PREVIOUSLY WE WERE IN PIFTY. 1943 Sarge was ne 1934 And gallon! I 1859 1860 1861 1862 1863 1864 1865 1866 1867 1868 1869 1870 1 1 I 1111 1373 1874 1875 1876 1930 Biology lab y,,,,. Q N' .V .. 1: M644 -ii f4,fW'3Q My 1 ,, ,,,.-.!- - fl 1. 'S wg ONE ASPECT OF VILLANOVA TRADITION HAS BEEN ANNIHILATED IN THE LAST FIFTEEN YEARS. WE REFER TO THE INCREASING PRESENCE OP THE FEMININE CREATURE ON OUR CAMPUS. TODAY WE CLAIM TO REMAIN STUBBORNLY MASCULINE. ' BUT, HAPPILY, SHE IS INSINUATING HERSELF INTO OUR FABRIC, AND HOPEEULLY, SHE IS WINNING THE BATTLE, IF, INDEED IT IS NOT ALREADY WON. AT ANY RATE SPRING COMES EARLIER THESE DAYS, AND NO MORE DOES THE WINTER WIND BITE so DEEPLY. 933 Whe 945 Femal g g 1 C aSS. 1877 1878 1879 91880 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 18 87 18881 1 8 f 1 39 09 1891 1892 1893 1894 1 Q 1 fu MW' Q 1912 D 58-1 oorstep sittmg nn -4 0 f Y ,iffy , ,MX mv, ,, f,ffif,f ',,, fjlfwfikfif ,f,f!4 fi,gf,v, rnrfwyf X fyfzfffhf f ,, , 7 fzfyyvf ,, , I, If If ry mf, ff , fwj, 'gfyf gow, ywgf ff , Awwf, 4 ff , ,f ,iffiffwff f, f fwffff ff! ffyfffk f f, ff mf, ffffjf M7Wyf MXH!! 'A nf -4 , W,Wf,,,!, ,7,!,,,, , ,fH,f,,,f,' ff,:,f Awww , Wmmff BY' f. ,if TO SAY THAT THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF THE FACULTY ARE AREAS GF CONSPICUOUS DEVELOPMENT AND IMPROVEMENT IS TO STATE THE OBVIOUS. INDEED, THEY ARE NUMEROUSQ CERTAINLY, THEY ARE EXCELLENT. EACH YEAR BRINGS MORE AND BETTER PROFESSORS. AND IT IS ONLY RIGHT THAT THIS BE SO, EOR N0 OTHER FACTOR IS OF SUCH MANIFEST IMPORTANCE IN THE SEARCH FOR THE UNIVERSITY'S EXCELLENCE. 866 The Faculty. 842 The old styl 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1 9 0 0, 1 1901 1902 19038 19 1905 1996WZ , , ,f Om Xin, , ,f 'Q' ffmfy, IQQZWW i'gyWW 'Awww 1gdg,W 119,. 1910 1911 1912 1930 A Vasey Hall 'N' is .5 . X. .. ,WMA-i 1 1 '3'S VV , .J Y f ,,, '41- T-w S x f N z i 1 -"1 ........". ' 1 -2L....+.:,,i.--4,....-- .sf M... - 9..- ,f -, . .-- . . ,- " - -+v-ML1 -hI----- V - I - J 'v " M'-1,77 V75f'ff,1gfi:'-..,,,?.,fQ'.:ff,Y,:,:.:,,-,,,Qf, . "ff ,,i'3,.-'f,Y- ",. ,.,."" if 1, ' - f,"E" f:.'Q"1' 'r V, ' I. h 1 - -,...,-N . , f A- - -.-'fn-, X---- A-.fr V- -.,,--:wi-,-,.1:., - wwf- :1-zrxvws. ,, 2. :c.::.::,,.. 4,,.. " ,U , . 4 , - CHANGE IS NOWHERE SO POSITIVE AND SUBSTANTIAL THAN IN THE DEVELOPMENT PROM COLLEGE TO UNIVERSITY. FROM THE EMERYO OF A DIVISION OF ARTS, WE HAVE EVOLVED TO THE MATURITY OF POUR FULL COLLEGES, A NIGHT SCHOOL, A GRADUATE SCHOOL, AND A LAW SCHOOL. OUR DEVELOPMENT WAS JUSTLY REWARDED ON NOVEMBER 10, 1953, WHEN THE PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE CONPERRED 0N US THE RIGHT TO ASSUME THE NAME "UNIVERSITY" , .. ug-fe -1 V ' -A., TBA: ' , . . . ul 1 , ., - - ' I on ll . - .. 1 .-.- -dm... f . . An ox 4. fu , rua fu-up-can -q-,pq-4. A-0---1-lawn,-in u-uh...-...4--.. ,.- u-.,..,,-...J-a...,-...--..-... ' - q--1--.Q-1.--1. .fa-4-.-M - -.pu N ,, " .. - .. - - . . .. . - .,.. - ,. . .. - .. ... . 2. .. .. .. W ,5...............,.,,..--::... ... 1943 The University accountant. J," ' . X-'TK " ..,x'Sb,f3':,!s: .A ' ,, . . - . - ,, 'W .' - -f-nv '.- ,4-.eh M 1 . M , , N-. ,.., my 4. - w ' V 0-an-u 'Af -1 ,, ' . 9 r .. 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A- Q. . 5 Q -i ,n,, s.. -lik 1848 The original College charter. yvfvpq W 'WP'-H' "' . T, Mix , 1 14VV,L 3, 1928 1929 1930 ,f, ,ff . ,A , " Y ,, V.-. ,,..-,f--"" .li ,v.:,.,,,, K ' V u , q. ,fgfi,.Q.3,ai,,g2i'if',,q .1,.,,, Q 'l .:aA:,., - -, ,. V. -, .. V - . . . . , .. ....-rv K ,.-ML-,-f.-f--,-'1,.-,. -.,..,.:'1.N. .,.-...:,..f,,-mfr: ::':I:,q,5.,,,,, .1 ,Q-,A,.,,1,,,, ,,-,g,.,gr..,- .,L, ' ...-.. A, ., V, k ,, . f . ANOTHER ASPECT OF CHANGE IS DISCERNIBLE IN OUR GRADUATION. NO MORE DO WE CLIMAX I OUR EXPERIENCE OF VILLANOVA IN THE FIELDHOUSEg WE HAVE PASSED TO A MORE APPROPRIATE LOCATION. ALTHOUGH THE MOVE ENABLES MORE PARENTS AND FRIENDS TO SEE THE GRADUATION RITUAL, IT ALSO SIGNIFIES A BREAK AWAY PROM TRADITION. THIS CHANGE MANIFESTS A NEED FOR BIGGER FACILITIES IN MANY SEGMENTS CF THE UNIVERSITY: IT IS NOT NECESSARILY A CAUSE FOR SORROW. FOR IN PROGRESS, THE ADVANTAGES USUALLY OUTWEIGH THE DISADVANTAGES. 1939 Honorary degree recipient, Major Bowes. 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 19336 1937 1938 r ' 3 ri' 1 939 1940 1 9 41 17, ,So IL 1,.- 3 r r 9 1918 The graduating class. '9 ag 91 9 399r e 1946 1947 1948 1943 Gradu field h ation in the -N' 1 l-i k"""'-v.- 1 W4-i'l'7:.' 1 f" ' yix rf N 5 campus 4 D I... "A V0 COMMAND xxx , 'T' I 5+ " "0 ri-d I' -,,,"a- . 9 ,I-?"" E-kv! ,para- .f AMP WHILE WE RAMBLE ON ABOUT BUILDINGS AND TEACHERS, THE MOST UNQUESTIONABLE CHANGE HAS OCCURRED WITHIN EACH STUDENT. POR TODAY WE ACTIVELY PARTICIPATE IN THE ORPHAN'S OUTING, THE POLITICAL UNION, AND VAMP, VILLANOVA'S AID TO MEXICO PROJECT. TODAY LARGE NUMBERS OF OUR GENERATION SUPFER THE TORMENT OP INVOLVEMENT, THE TORTURE OF COMMITMENT. PERHAPS WE KNOW MORE ABOUT OURSELVESg PERHAPS WE ARE MORE CONCERNED ABOUT THE REST OF HUMANITY. BUT ESSENTIALLY OUR CHANGE IS A HUNGER IN A SINGLE SOUL, MULTIPLIED A MILLION TIMES. We once were carefree. 0-4 -,M , e -f?-+1-i I u1L.ANevA 69L1l.1EGE1.' x , 1 - f RUUGS.' 1 minion of the Vice-President. .fb-, , . . . . 1 '2 All must rice in thc morning without delay, nnxl, when if dressed, each one mnst rcmuin by his bed nntil the signal is u - given to leave thc dormitory. In case of sickness students I Students must not go inlo the Convent unless hy special pct? V bi 1949 1950 1951 195 2 1953 1954 1955 1 956 1957 9 195973 1r1 hne 1 1 V l 1 eff? ' 4 ' 'f,zf1:Ewfff.Wf ' A 1 z A "lf , W U jffcg fg 5 ' f ici-W1'f ffm 3 GTZVV ' J -4, 'fN,k.ff?',1Q,fy.,0 1 X9 6' 2 X ll should report to thc Prefect, when they will receive any I Q ,I ,ryg , I X, I needed attention. Y .4 f iff! C9140 absence from meals, or tnnliness on snch occasions, is ' ,'V' fVV'- f allowed exam: .pecan pn-mi.:-m enum-1 uefmmmn. . 1 Yestex-daY's handbook. it 30 1965 1966 ,, - ' . . -. n vixinv, We gli ,T ,cc ., .iff - g : .-fw- ' 1? -1:27 gp 1 -'..ca,,"'n' Measured by coke cups. ' w,.-L, """' " I 1-A - -- - V i NM i .mLm,1.m.ecc-.m.e1.,.1w:....z1.1.,..,1.-Wwv,.w.f,g,T x 1 1 K r I ' m, v,Q,,wy,g W , 'wry IW My 7,3 1 x Wfwwfffffw 1 X! y yu, ffff fe I-A . f. I KN "U in x . r 1 ff' 4, 4 Z fW,,,W K M QM 7 Q , W W , W -, ,V . 1 ,:,. E A ,. -O .' --:kv :- f.' ', ' J . , is ' if WA' ,f , MLLAHUK4 Pnunc L umnu w ,, Q ff fwfr., ,U ' W f v Y' if wr ff vflifw ,qw fx, " 1 f W , if i fy WU! Q ,Z A-f WJ, M" ,QM , , . , Acre :wk ' f fi 21- X f, -' a w? .- .+ , A W 4: , , , ggi 11 ,.,.475.,w,Qi3V, , N Co 'Sr With the expansion in students, faculty and physical plant has come a necessary increase in services, facilities and coordination. With every new college there must be a new Dean, a new staff, new schemes of inter-college cooperation. The increase in undergraduate enrollment aggravates the need for more and better services. Thus, the Psychological Testing Service, the Post-Graduate Study Advisor and the Placement Service are born. As the world quickens, Villanova must grow and the need or growth itself this year justified a fourth Vice-Presidency, the Vice-President for Development. .1121 f gf -1 Ll-I he fwwa i , Y, I Y'f' I XNQQ -wo-wgfy, X-. Nr THE PRESIDENT It has only been a short time since the Rev. joseph A. Flaherty, O.S.A., took the office of president at Villanova University. In his short tenure, Father President has impressed the student populace with h-is warm affability, his scholarly attitude, and his concern for the academic and extra-curricular welfare of the University. Described by the Philadelphia Bulletin as a ''Shakespearean-scholar-turned-university-administrator," Father Flaherty exemplifies the modern Catholic's concern for the intellectual as well as the religious development of the Church. As the twenty-fourth president of Villanova, Father Flaherty has allowed the students more freedom than in the past. In an interview with -the Villanovan, Father President said: "I don't think healthy criticism should be suppressed. I believe in freedom for the students to express their views but this freedom carries a responsibility to substantiate their views." Rev. Father Joseph A. Flaherty, O.S.A.g A.B.g M.A.g Ph.D. . F if 1 3 Father pau Mr. R. G. Mrs. lame Elliott, Ho' R. Hallora: A.B.: MA. A -L r 53 know ,, M "un--0 A Father pauses to greet a student. l Mr. R. G. Rincliffe, Mrs. Harold R. Halloran, Mr. James F. Elliott. Father President Views our evepchangmg University' Mrs. James H. J. Tate, Mr. John F. Connelly, Mrs. James F. Elliott, Hon. James H. J. Tate, Mrs. John F. Connelly, Mr. Harold R. Halloran, Mrs. R. G. Rincliffe, Rev. Joseph A. Flaherty, O.S.A.g A.B.g M.A.g Ph.D. I -1.4- -. JY 1 V - - ,::.. 1. . ... . V... I BGARD Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Very Rev. James G. Sherman, O.S.A. TRUSTEES MA The expansion program which has made Villanova one of the fastest growing Catholic colleges in the country rests mainly on the shoulders of the Board of Trustees. In maintaining the traditions of a Catholic university, Villanova's Board of Trustees studies the latest trends in education and strives to uphold significant patterns of excellence. The Board is composed of the Prior Provincial, the Prior of the St. Thomas Monastery, the Vice-President for Financial Affairs, a Dean, and two laymen. Rev. John J. Curran, O.S.A., M.A., Hon. Theodore L. Reimel, A.B., LL.B., LL.D., Very Rev. James G. Sherman, O.S.A., M.A., Chairman, Rev. Joseph A. Flaherty, O.S.A., A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Treasurerg John C. Kelly, A.B., LL.D., Very Rev. James A. Donnellon, O.S.A., Ph.D., LL.D., - D.Sc. Litt.D., S.T.L., vice-chairman. ' 7 s..4q.-. 'ls ' . Wli' X f' N . H X I N l R1--ww N 1 . NN' it .w-I why jill, -.ui -. ,Mr wig' Wi ' i'r',v. "i-11 ' iL.'1.M, . llfllf - A 4 .Q l i .i.1,+.. - 1 - 'V"3 l'H' N ' .hx is 4 b mi' -li f fx! X fff Rev. John J. Curran, O.S.A., M.A., Vice-President for Financial Affairs. Rev. John M. Driscoll, O.S.A., Ph.D., Vice- President for Academic Affairs. Rev. William E. Farrell, O.S.A., B.C.E., Vice- Rev. Richard D. Appicci, O.S.A., B.A., Vice- President for Student Affairs. President for Development. X' .3 -32.75 .W f '47 Wwe VICE PRESIDENTS X f I i l I 1 I 1 I X I I I ! I I K l x E 1 1 1 I Q r s l , E. --1,4.-,,.., ' '...,1wkH.. E:-1' e - ,-... .rw-rtazinm. . - . U32 Rev. Robert J. Welsh, O.S.A., A.B., S.T.L., S.T.D., Dean, Arts and Sciences, Rev. J. Bernard Hubbert, O.S.A., AfB., M.A., Asst. to the Dean, Arts and Sciences, Harold F. Hartman, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Assoc. Dean, Arts and Sciences, Charles P. Bruderle, M.A., Director, Summer Session, Marion M. Schrum, Ed.D., Dean, Nursing, Rev. Philip F. Barrett, O.S.A., M.A., Dean, Commerce and Financeg Walter H. Klein, Ph.D., Asst. Dean, Commerce and Finance. 37 V w, 0 I Rev. Marshall J. Halphen, O.S.A., M.A., Asst. Chaplaing Rev. William I. Hopkins, O.S.A., A.B., Chaplain. X 5 1 . ri- l r 3 . , I I r I 3 a V . 1 1 l ' A f A l if le Q J . sit' -1111- S sg, .- -1. ,Lf - .-,x .,,.,.. .R A ,V .l.' . "2.'1'l-..W?.ZA-4-V,,',' V rw-,A r . . -H f . . X 5 I .Na S' X A .mg -S ,. D,-J H -W - ' ff Q X ids 5 L 1 X C 1 C X . X N ,No . , - L N, . Q, . if V Q I . . ,Diff ., . M i? V ., ,MCM ' WX '- Nwgngs f r x v 3. 1 'i 'E 1 'ef -ff' lv .li - 41", , -.-,, T.- S X ...Q e, .......Lg 14 1 .-C-. Rev. l'I'illlK'lS X. Smith, 0.S.A., AB., MA. lliruclor ol Arlmissionsg Cdr, Kevin D. Harty Asst. Director ol' Admissionsg Miss Terry Mar lini, Sccrclzlry. john J. Gallen, B.S., M.S., Dean, Engineeringg Rev. Louis A. Rongione, O.S.A., A.B., M.A., B.S., Ped.D., Librariang George D. Bruch, Ph.B., LL.B., LL.M.g Richard D. Avil, Prof. Degree in E.E., Asst. Dean, Engineeringg Harold G. Reuschlein, I.S.D., LL.D., Dean, School of Law. N Fw . -:rf ur, rl, In A ' ADMINISTRATION Rev. Robert T. Gill, BA., M.A., Dean of Men? M. Dorothy Boyle, B.S., M.S.Ed., Dean of Women. gif af ww Q! , ,W 7-'J'-' Y - Wai, ,. W., ,. ' ' 1, -.ual ,igni- VY -..,..-0-551-feji'f'.'-. ik in Y ,u-nu-in '- 1 I x I 2 is ls F i s l 1 I 1 3ill ilu' l ' ,il sw I . :Qu :4 I l Ei IU x I l 1 I 1 A s 5 l l ALUMNI FOUNDATlONi , , r,,f.5,, "-....La-- .W 'Q , 4-.KL -f-5"c1.' .Miva--f ' 2' ' I1 . ' .-ffs5a2"""-"?"f'-"' WR' M. "H . 51 sf' 5 1. f,- Sl-V, , ,,..-- ,Nl X - --X X: 'V A .1 .. y I y'Negrr.,g,L,,f X,4zn:eg Allllllil Since over 65 per cent of Villanovafs 20,000 alumni have graduated after 1950, the task of the Alumni Foundation has indeed become awesome. The alumni ledger for 1905 contained only four and a half pages of notes. To understand the Foundation's problems of change, one need only Watch their IBM machine try to cope With the same problem today. Who'd they get this tent from, the Eastern Star? Standing: David A. Rafferty, Annual Giving Directorg Charles Griffin, Marge Schneider, Edward Moran, Kathleen Nugent, Recorderg Nonie Moran, Edward Cahill. Sitting: Mildred Rodgers, George I. Pequignot, Executive Secretaryg Henry R. Adamczyk, Assistant to the Executive Secretaryg Eileen Enright, Mary Kofalt. Mildred Rodgers and Henry R. Adamczyk. . h X l s x l 1 J D TW- he 5 rg . M . . .. .. Ns K XX N u 1 'Yi I Mary I. Kuhn, Acquisitions MA., B.S., Ped.D, Librarian. GUN" , ,I UM fi l s , ,,-4, PV?i1isl3lli!mw 5 l I 7 lflliaaiite-iufil L 1 W,----..,,xN Q l 47, gr- Mary Kuhn, Rachael Di Berardino, Suzanne Enos, Mary Dorrian, Helen Kerrigan, Camille Boettcher, John Cutler Lesley Dittemore, Rosemary O'Donnell, Denise Ruberg Vivienne Cheng, Father Rongione, Mark Powdermaker John Fagan, William Kearney, Lucy Gates, Therese Tsui LIBRARY 5 T OFFICE or DE ELQPME 'r,.,-fv 4,3 , 'f Q' if , AZ, , l My . 1 , , we ff " 2 if 2 i i 'f 2 2 ,M-a.a..4ww f kwa W Catherine Boyle, Eileen Casey, John Boyle, Peter Federico. jean Stickley, John Burns, W'illiam E. Farrell. OSA.. B.E. Rev. William E. Farrell, O.S.A.. B.C.E.. Vice-President for Development. Eileen Casey, Secretary to Father Farrell. Due to the rising cost of education, the Ofiicc of Development has become a most signiticant factor in the survival of the private institution. Thanks to such successful projects as their nation- ally acclaimed Parents Prograiii and 2.500000 dollar Library EXD:insion Fund, Yillaiiioxas lie- velopment otiice has insured the l'iiivcrsiiy's indi- viduality amidst the increasing trend toward gm- ernment ownership. INFIRMARY N. L , stall and facilities to help insure the student a lk V, I Middleton Hzlll's inlirmary has expanded its ist., If - ig .. yt 50 x speedy recovery from modern ills. It still has the fi.. L P lg D ,J best food on campus. y 2 C I' 9 , . in .J 0 9 ME x "l" 5-ii :F M rs. Rosalie Shirley, R.N. 'ttf N Q EXE? ! Mr. Charles Burt, Mr. Nicholas Rau, Mr. D0II1EI1iCk 1 X' ' '-" ' DiFi1ipp0, Mr. Dominic Duffy, Mr. Joseph P- Qunnane, 1 Captain, Mr. Frank Bramlage, Mr. Dennis McGu1nn, Mr. ' Henry Gryzewski, Mr. Thomas Reilly. MLLA The Campus Security Force, now headed Captain joseph P. Cunnane has grown along W1 the University and continues to insure the Protec' tion of students, faculty, visitors, and their prOPC1'tY- PLACEMENT CDFFICE ' nd often after ' t d t bod from freshman to senior Year 3' , , , grasclfigilign tliheslglailement Bbflice Provides guidance on Career activities and 7 part time employment- Director John A. Moritz and Miss Mary McGonigal discuss this year's schedule of interviews. 'SSN '-V, Miss Gladys Senn assists Director Eugene Ruane in preparing a press release. Beginning as herald for Villan ' Inf t. . ovas sports programs, the Oftice of Public orma ion. now clears and distributes all ofiicial information concerning the University and its activities. ' CFFICE CDF P UBLIC INFORMATIGN 'Wu COLLEGE or ARTSAND SCIENCES -e-.-:rv Originally the only school at Villanova College Liberal Arts h , as expanded into the area of sciences and remains as an integral part of Villanova University. Recent years have se J Hall being added to Tolentine and Vasey as centers for instruction in the Arts and related Sciences. en a rapid advance in facilities with Mendel D E A N Rev. Robert J. Welsh, O-S-A" S'T'D' ASSCCIATE DEAN Harold F. Hartman, Ph.D. lfwnf Ifnuu' Ilr. llorninic M. Rollerli, Dr. llernurd J lloxvrrey, jr., llr. Lillian Clarke, Ur. jose de lu Vega Srruml Rn'1u'.' llr. Amos j. l,el'fler, Dr. Ivan Lichlen slr-in, Mr. William j. llxirnhursl, Mr. Sherwood Spud: loin, llr. 'l'lrom:rs ll. lloyne. Hulk Row: llr. A. Gregory Morris, Dr. J. Herman Srlmullle, llr. Robert I.. Groh. CHEMISTRY Front Row: Dr. Gerald I. Manus, Dr. Gunther Reith, Dr. Eugene J. Albrecht, Dr. Eugene H. Welsand. Second Row: Dr. Joseph R. Devane- Bnck Row: Mr. Louis Gershman, Dr. Bernard L. Bonniwcll, Dr. James Calkins, Dr. Robert Lawson, Mr. Daniel J. Ziegler. J if 'ls 49 PSYCHOLCDGY Mr. Ernest H. Carlson, Dr. John T, C. Yell, D John F. Riva. GECLCDGY 4'--,,,.,. l ,,,.J r l il l- :fi-1-"' W wwf fy Z, 'H , 27, W , I, 'ff-'N' 2.1. .1 i'L,,,wf' ' WWW, 1-fe , fri, v ,, 1..,f,.- f-f Pl-IILOSCPHY 'S'++ Mr. Richard McDonough, Mr. James O'Toole, GECDGRAPHY -i . 4 . :ii 7? 1 1: 1 v 4 HE E A ...--....... wa I 2 'H Z- 411, will ...QV Front Row: Mr. David A. Harris, Dr. James F. Anderson. Dr. Benedict A. Paparella, Rev. Robert P. Russell, OSA.. Mr. Thomas W. Busch, Dr. Iohn D. Beach, Dr. Lawrence S. Stepelevich. Back Row: Mr. Timothy D. Sullivan, Dr. Charles I. O'Neil, Mr. John G. Tich, Mr. Richard I. Gaffney, Dr. james F. O'Brien, Dr. Michael P. Slattery, Mr. Anthony Coccia. SPEECH Mr. William P. Herron, Dr. Cyrus J. Sharer. S ,, 2 Y h e s - Q v 5Qu1Qw om Q Fvum -N - H xl: Sw N N 1 I , L ' "H S...Q .S .- 'wi FYCKI 5 JI. . f ull- I . I ,' gh 2- 1,123 lk y' Q-,,- Hartmann. . r fzral xx.-.X ,I Lu , , L5 X Mr. Kari Smk-rm. :z me 5 SKESHJ RSL' Nl? Vxxni Nw ww an NL Iff,,,,,1 y imx x Mr, Pnzcxne j.xr.n::u..v. Nr Mqzz: x N, 5,,,,' Ml l I U x-XR R. Roy. Dr. -Vlrucx U E11 -.-.M ,5 F Bari R.'I.'.' ful? Pzizf ,F mlm- ,M N1 jm,-wg, ,U 311: Mr, John Sirupsuat. Nl: R Vic Ei NMZ::':::,.1, NL- 1m..,,,' I Livengood. . 404 . 3112? --4 vi ww ,Q an C? 40 ' MATHEMATICS 7,7....... 49 IHOLOGY l,,g,,,....-v '..,,,.,,4-- ' , . h Front Row: Dr. Carlos J. Thillet, MISS JUSUUC M- Murphy, Dr' Roman Maksymowyc , D . h A. M Cl in. I Bg:gkJ3Q:w: Mr? Rgibert I. Uicker, Mr. Lester Bazmet, Rev. Ralph Shurer, O.S.A. MODERNLANGUAGES , H . ln-ng: Front Row: Mr. Stanley G. Hart, Dr. Wilson L. Frescoln, Mr. Vito J. DiVinccnzo. Second Row: Dr. Donald Brown. Mr. Gactnno N. Pastore, Mr. Danicl J. Rivals. Dr. John J. Mulligan. Back Row: Mr. David Clmwamcc. Mr. Rcnv G. Mongcau, Mr. john O'Donncll. Mr. Clmrles ll. Hclmctag. fr-1"""'M M11 l - Y , Y --r --A -' -1-H-+.:.:..:.'--A-1--f-4:53e:.wA-af-11:1L,uu-QQ-mn-.nu.-s-s-M,-1:3-:::g.::,-zwffl-5-4: ,iw . J ' - - 1 - A .- 'ww h . V - - 'M ' 'H " """'Am" A "' -' ' ' ' f lf-IT:-.1"f','Z'L1'r'7""'+::::,':::zW7':1:" 'W'---gggHgg'gggg'-1 --gf- N x Front Row: Fr. Michael Gallagher, O.S.A., Fr. James King, O.S.A., Fr. Marshall Halphen, O.S.A. Back Row: Fr. Rudolph Hrascanec, Fr. Nicholas C-hang, Fr. Edward Doherty, O.S.A., F" Joseph PM THEOLOGY ' 1 ,.,. ,df-fb f all f X , ' ,,. iii.. f , 'x LIBRARY SCIENCE Mrs. Elizabeth Walsh, Dr. Howard F. McGinn, Miss Anne C. Penta. Front Row: Dr. Donn Riley, Mr. James Bergquist, Dr. Alexander Rudhart. Second Row: Mr. Thomas Greene, Mr. Thomas Mentzer, Dr. Joseph George, Jr., Dr. Raymond Cummings, Mr. Edward Carman, Mr. Mark Sholofsky, Mr. Bernard F. Reilly Back Row: Mr. Albert Dorley, Jr., Dr. Bohdan Procko, Dr. Vincent Ponko, Jr. POLITICAL SCIENCE Ffont Row: Dr. Fritz Nova, Dr. Ernest Giglio Second Row: Dr. Fred Khouri, Dr. John Schrems Mr. Martin Manley. Back Row: Mr. John Logue, Dr. Robert Langran, I1 --. EDUCATIQN Front Row: Mr. George .-X. l'lill'lilS, Mr. Gerald J. Flood. Back Raw: Dr. Leo M. Zuckowsky, Mr. Fred K. Honig- man. PHYSICS Front Row: Rev. William G. Cullen, O.S.A., Mr. William G. Driscoll, Mr. Phillip J. Sentner. Second Row: Dr. Richard N. Yasko, Mr. Jay D. Strieb, Rev. J. Bernard Hubbert, O.S..-X., Dr. Carl T. Chase. Back Row: Mr. Joseph E. Flynn, Mr. George W. Stott, Dr. Felix M. Beiduk. I N I ,'. s l ,fr ,A " I W li ' 2 XI C 5 lrf'-X1 I Front Row Mr Lawrence Kxrkpatrick, Dr Charles Bemardm Dr George P Y Back Row Mr James Mrtchell, Mr. Joseph Bhmm Front Row Mr John Hernan, Mr. Joseph Subblondo Mr Charles Haberstroh jr Dr Charles Bernardin. Back Row Mr Joseph DaCrema, Mr. Joseph Kinney, Mr Joseph Ratlgan. n X x.x...,.x .. .X McCook. -- .5,.,. .1 Dr. Beverly B. Bookrnyer, Rev. Edward F. jenkins, O.S.A., Mr. George P. T H E A T R E Dr. John I. McEnerney, Mr. Edward jaworowski, Mr. Kenneth Mr. Vincent Cleary. Wright, ASTRCDNOMY Mr. Richard A. Duprey, Dr. Jackson G. Barry, Mr. Thomas F. Nevins. CLASSICAL LANGUAGES ,...u 'GREGOR MENDEL L. I want t-he leg. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS Professor William Driscoll acquaints the A.I.P. with one of the innovations in physics research. Did You feel an earth tremor? Increased interest in the physical sciences has had its effect on campus. In the las-t four years the Physics Club has doubled in size, the Geological Society has also grown. Correspondingly, both clubs' activities have blossomed from sporadic events into planned projects, film and lecture series. The Gregor Mendel Biology Club has also expanded, projecting its interests in the life sciences. Its new pub- lication, THE SYMPOSIA, exemplifies these organizations, attempts to stimulate interest ou-tside their immediate circles. GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 'l'he Villanova Astronomical Society, founded in 1953, has seen change in more modern equipment for its observatory. Begun in 1932, The Spanish Society undertakes expanded activities in Spanish Night, with larger membership including Women since 1961. The Sociology Club, an organization concerned with the theoretical learning of social programs, takes Held trips, hears speakers with a trepled membership. Lets sec if you can take this one without dropping it. SPVANISH CLUB The key was A flat, not flat A- The American Chemical Society focuses on the study of chemistry through films and lectures by students and pro- fessors with a growth in content. In the History Club, held trips and guest lecturers form the major part of a program expanded in scope and involvement. New and revitalized ac-tivities, such as discussions, displays, work- shops, etc., play an integral role in the Villanova PSEA. HISTORY CLUB It's a French Twist. I did it myself. -r -I ' Since its inception in 1928, the Mendel Bulletin has progressed in the fields of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The Bulletin is a significant form of expression for the student of Science. We must publish or perish! LITERARY SUCIETY And my concept is . T-he Literati of the campus gather in the confines of the Literary Society as noted speakers, discussions, and sym- posia enable the members to participate in literary en- deavors. MEND E L BULLETIN -' 3.9 11453 1 1- , .' ni V .f,,. ,1 gSiU'4 ,Z ,-QF'-52 '-L ,. j',1:',!',' , . .I I :Y I. 117' 1 gvyfv, Y , -- ---- F 4 ,vw ,Y W, 'me ,g1.f!.x. I A 1 ,ggixix X 4' 4 u. Y' QW x Q N .AX x X Q X x vxx . 5 Q 4. n. w .X Y ETQLEEEQE QF ENGINEERING W D E A N John I. Galle MS ASSOCIATE DEAN R'h dDA'lE.E. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING . ' Hsiu H. Yuen. F t R : D . Edgar W. Clarke, Dr. Robert E. Whlte, Dr. l I B22 Ro01ZU.' Di George C. Yeh, Dr- R0bC1'f F- Sweeny, MY- John A' Myers' Dr' Wllham I Rice. CIVIL ENGINEERING Clit. Front Row: Mr. David Schorr, Mr. Arnold Thomas, Mr. Richard Miller, Mr. Martin Redding, Mr. Robert Lynch. Back Row: Dr. James Schuster, Mr. James B M rown, r. William McNichol, Dr. Charles Etter. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Front Row: Mr. Roland Yii, Rev. Anthony J. Mullen, O.S.A., Mr. Richard D. Avil. Back Row: Mr. Aslam Abbasi, Mr. Joseph L. Kozikowski, Mr. Charles M. McKeough. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING W . , M . Ph C- Front Row: Mr. Paul G. Mem, Mr. William M. Gorman, Dr- James R- Andefsen' I Jose Greyson, Mr. Joseph F. Bruno, V d L Bel. Mr' Second Row: Mr. William J. Murphy, Mr. Joseph H- Gfildbefg, Mr- Raymon J' e Schuyler V. Jenkins, Mr. Theodore H. White, Mr- George H- Auth' Back Row: Mr. J. Walter Harrington III, Mr. JOSCDII P- Dcvme' VILLANOVA ENGINEER' All right, Professor, show us our marks or y0u'11 IICVCY make If to your car. The Villanova, Engineer -has progressed from a strictly technical digest to one of practical interest in the life of the engineer. The magazine has included some thought- provoking editorials in recent issues. I. E. E. E. I A. I. Ch. E. It didn't break the skin, but I told you Brazilian students to keep your blowguns out of here. In the growth which has seen the admittance of females to the institute, the American Institute of Chemical Engi- neers has added numerous members in the last decade. It keeps the student abreast of changes and opportunities in the field. Mr. Raymond Miller discusses careers with IEEE seniors. A merger of electrical and radio engineers resulted in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. This fairly new organization, with female members, helps E.E. students become acquainted with their Held. A.S.C.E. A.S.M.E And if you make pretty license plates We might parole you. Social expans1on, along wi-th more guest speakers and movies, have characterized the American Society of Civil Engineers. An inter-engineering sports program and society newspaper are other innovations. You speled Enginering wrong again. Mechanical engineers at Villanova iind an ontlet ior tllcfir extra-curricular activity in the American SOClf'3ty. Of T11 chanical EngineerS, 3 fal31d1Y'bUYg?0nmg Orgamzatlon' Society provides speakers, field HIPS, and films- X 52 i E I !. I S I . ' P. I' ia. L I.. FF coLLEoE or CQMMERCE A D FINANCE is-me-i"""' Aware that the demands of the business World are changing, the College of Commerce and Finance in 1963 underwent a complete re-evaluation. A Curriculum Task Force was formed to determine what general knowledge integrates best with the College's specialized studies. Through its reorganization, Commerce and Finance has, ln a few areas, virtually started anew to shape and adapt its policies. In other areas, it has reshaped and adjusted policies and long range views aimed at training "a thoughtful, responsible man capable of Pfudent action in the changing world of business." Reflecting the revolutionizing effect the computer has on our age, the College has taken steps to 'make use of the computer as a teaching -tool. A Desk-Side Computer System will have direct access to the General Electric computer facilities at Valley Forge. D E A N Rev. Phillip F. Barrett, O.S.A., M.A, ASSISTANT DEAN Walter H. Klein, Ph.D. Front Row: Mr. William Charlton, Dr. Walter Klein, Dr. Ih Sen Hsu. Second Row: Mr. Frank Eby, Mr. William O'Neill, Dr. James Gatza. Back Row: Mr. Robert Nally, Mr. William Brown, Mr. George Pearce. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS 1 .- .-J I li L: 1. L SI U wr .is I MP l H I IT L ' Mr. William Henry, Mr. Howard Riley, Mr. Alexander Severance, Mr. Richard Ruane. U. 231' CE. lr, I ACCOUNTING Front Row: Mr. Gerald A. Dougherty, Mr. Conal I. Byrne, Mr. George I. Chorba, Mr. Charles F. Kelly, Second Row: Rev. Phillip Barrett, O.S.A., Mr. Harry L. Gelman, Mr. Alvin A. Clay. Back Row: Mr. John I. DeLaCour, Mr. Harry J. Rohliing. ECONOMICS Front Row: Mr. Edward V. Murray, Rev. john A. Coughlan, O.S.A., Dr. Weber H. Peterson. Back Row' Mr James I Kim Rev Thomas I Furphy OSFS Mr Albert M . , , , . . , .... , . . Weitzman, Mr. William J. Ruckstuhl. . fl if ilfb- ,.,a,,.,,....--Qfof The Society For Business Achievement is given a few insights into the Xerox Corporation. SOCIETY EOR BUSINESS ACHIEVEMENT The Society for Business Achievement, originally the With added student interest in law, the Pre-Law Society Society for the Advancement of Management, still focuses has increased membership to acquaint its members with d knowled e of the law. Lectures and infonnation on law on the problems of management with lectures by an con- g ferences with leading businessmen. school are also supplied to the society. PREfLAW SOCIETY It looks like a typographical error. I FINANCE socusri' 'I '-T? So what's new on . . . Wall Street? Among -the innovations to the Accounting Society's calen d . . ar thls year was the Accounting Forum which brou ht 1 ' g many speakers to the campus. Other active Commerce and 1nance organizations are the Finance Society gainin 1 8 more members every day, with concentration on the activities of th ii ' ' ' e nanclal world, and the Marketing Society, which recently opened its gates to non-Marketing majors in a drive for membership. ACCOUNTING MARKETING SOCIETY SCCIETY , ,,,..,.,m.4 ,,.,, , , Now Candid . . . huh? that we're outside what do we do? Q 3 I QQLLEGE GF URSING Constantly growing in size, the College of Nursxng IS movmg towards the day when resldency for the students 1n the College can be taken up 1n a women s domntory on the campus An lncreaslng t ma ur1ty 1n the type of student attracted to the College has led to new 11bera11sm 1n dlsclphnary rules among the women at Vlllanova DEAN4 Marion Schrum, Ed-D ASSOCIATE DEAN Dorothy Marlow, Ed.D. -,Z as..,,--on-M"" ' E fs it x I ' 'K - 7 - Q . R ' K KA, ...w" V , . , t .. - . . . K r . . . . . . , - M V - ' , ,. r " " ""' ' .. , ' " ' ' n iii efr -f- f. - - , - A.-- :.i..ag., .,..l..,.,4t:::',:1"tr::'L?Lt1TT.:gt2:.::L7L:1m -'.. ..,g.i-. ...,,:'..:,. - "W t-:5:'7"'- ' '-f-A33-41 , 'W NUTRWIQN ' -,....---- Mrs. JoAnn Brown, Mrs. Myrtle Feigenberg. PSYCHIATRIC MEDICAL-SURGICAL ,WMM ..- , 13-ef: ' , , ff- :N - ,V . 775' . 'X- I Miss Harriet Murphy, Mrs. Catharine Oblaczynski, Miss Genevieve Kunes. Ms., F- I .gr-' Front Row: Miss Anne Donnelly, MTS- Jeanne M , 1' Paparella. , lIgZ?lQR011j: 'Mises Mary Alice Holland, M155 Mary Wagner, Miss Anne McCrea. X 4 -- I SENIQR SEMINAR .Q . ,T 1. PUBLIC HEALTH B --- 'B fa E! 31 in .I ff X 5 MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH Miss Dawna Groom, Miss Gwendolyn Braxton. Miss Marcetta Horne, Mrs. Edith Louise Thorn- ton. Front Row: Dr. Dorothy Marlow, Miss Joan Large. Back Row: Miss Margaret McDermott, Mrs. Evelyn Behanna, Mrs. Evelyn Johnson. K L Qs? 4 ,, 5 I f ff VW ff' fy wg ' 2 1 2 f Z 2 5 ,i ff f f fm W i ,gy , K I fy, f ' F QW W , 1 Q ii K 1 f ,W WU gf 5 'CBM 2 2 ,fr ff Aa 5 ,, f 252, ff!! 7, ,J Wf I ying? ,, A . 45 w 44'-F Z -ff 6 Y f X f Z Q N GRADUATE SCHOGL Villanova has offered graduate programs for close to 50 years. 'Dhe Graduate School is now in a position to offer Doctoral programs in Chemistry, the first such program in University history. The growth of the graduate school has had its effect on the und d ' ergra uate side of the tracks as more and more graduate assistants take advantage of the iinancial aid available to those who aid undergraduate teachers. The success of t-he graduate programs go a long way in enhancing the name of the University, and the value of a V.U. diploma. D E A N Albert H. Buford, Ph-D GRADUATE STUDY ADVISOR Robert J. Rowland, Ph.D. 1 l X , l I l , i l You sure our eyes'll keep us out of the service? If Mickey's short hand is on the Eve and his long hand is on the nine . . . Oliver! . . . you know how I feel about hand holding. ' 'Nm ,fy , :ve "1- H. ,"" bl? W1"ve done ill . . . invented a perpetual motion becrttup. .vpn x X! 1 , ,of ' . R I ,K I, 5 I , , ,fi.f'i F fi :Q -gif Q me T g5l'vi'5:: ' I m,:J.Y .f1k,j:,,31.fg' v K t ,- 4Q2:a'PtfVw , K ll X :xg I .jx N.. J .: , . ' 4' , x. 5 vi' 5 at Look what he's doing to my clean white coat. OK-Break it UD- And then, Batman said to Robin 78 ' 7517 L.. LSL H Q! ,gui 5 , XX X .S Let me see. tall. dark xixn f g :un 'UIUC clay, pang, opal 'E' X E27 E!E?'-- Holy Hydrogen ! ---- , 'f ...,,-we--ff Q ,,Q,1,.1lllFe W, 4 f gm. intargo clones llnwersitg flwaul A Q 'Ofvb ioss llhiuun, .l3npnq3 Villanova llniversigq 7or encouraging new 'plags and new playwriglrts inthe daring spirit of Jllargo 65ones. This recognition is presented 'to gon by gour++ colleagues inthe Pl3Of4Z55lOIlQL6l20fI6,wl6lQ76l1lLl1l' cial grantto you ancl your university fromtlieff Roy C. anal Con lllarlens cfonntlation. I Ilew-llorle N LEEUUHQBB l5,l965 From a converted auxiliary class room building built during the Second World War the Playbox has emerged as supplement to the education of the Graduate Theatre students and as a medium for new playwrights to experiment with their produc- tions. Organized by Richard Duprey and built mos-tly by graduate students, the little theatre received national recognition last year for its ad- vancements in the realm of drama. V Richard Duprey, BA., M.A., Associate Professor ol Drainu ""' "' f. - ' ' 1 ,.,, - '3?4f"'s f' ff-3 Criticism and Plnywriting. ----in-ii- ' " . " :11': ROI ng up ,md wc, my -..-:zu-Lluxc, ling lim Yu' WVU Y0ur husband ain'L home this time? I Th0mas Nevins directing The Lifs and Death of Sneaky Fitch. Boy! Never getta room at the YMCA- 'KA What do ya, mean ya: got Old Maid? God! 1 can't remember all ten. Why don't you write them down on two stone tablets? Xi-x Sorry, only room enough for one! What do you mean get to the back of the bus! You should have seen the one who got away! l i l 1 l l l i l 5 cs my I Doctor Jackson Barry directing Pirende11o's As You Desire Me. Go ahead! I have a. steel plated chest! f Maia. S 'X 5' w ' fi-YF. ' . :X . im, x f Q ., 1 i ' I : I I Ii I , , ' , I a Y 1 Honey . . . I've got something to tell you. Yes I did, I had a nose iob- LAW SCHOUL g Having completed 13 years of operation with this year's bar examinations, the Villanova Law School and its graduates have become integral parts of the Delaware Valley community. This is not to say that the name of the University is not being transmitted beyond the area, for it is. The Library of the Law School, an integral part of any legal training ground, was named a depository library a few years back and is now receiving various federal publications. In the few years that it has been in existence, the law school under Dean Harold G. Reuschlein has gathered one of the most impressive libraries in the United States. The annual review of the school is devoted to Religion and the Public Order. This review has just completed its third year of publication. In the same light of rapid fire change, Villanova was the first Catholic Law school in the nation at which a chapter of the famed Order of the Coif honor society was chartered. D E A N Harold G. Reuschlein, J.S.D., LL-D V l C E - D E A N Georgegn. Bruch, Ph.B., LL.B., LL.M Ill!! lllllllllll L Hill! all 'K MMQQQ -- These football pools get harder and harder. FACULTY lilllillllllllllllllill I THE URDER OFTHE COIF f L2 In , 3, ,',, ,f,,,,:ZfffJqV,7,, ,, 5, ,, , 'f,, ,, fp- ,, , wkzfff, Lffg f .1 , x 'A ', f f,g4,2f'f"C' 5. .3i,fv-,mf WW ff ,1 2 ff I, A .,,,. W,:M,.L: V, f l ,ff . ., 4 4 f H 'f 2 ff':dmZQ,fyffiffz-424 'T ,. 1 f 9 V .57fQ'fQfZffK'f1'2'7!-" ,, 5. MM, , ,JH .,,g.,f.,,, ,,,,,g-41, new , , 2 fin 1, WW- ,rr f ryxg2f2?f5'5 Q j. r . Q ff ,Q Front Row: Mr. William D'Valente, Mrs. Jane Hammond, Mr. John Stephenson, Mr. J. Edward Collins, Mr. Gerald Abraham. Back Row: Mr. I. Willard O'Brian, Mr, John I. Cleary, Mr. Donald Dowd, Mr. Steven Frankino, Mr. Donald A. Giannella. Iv ' INTERIZLUB COUNCIL Front Row: Charles Vondercone, Joseph Kelley, John Doughety. Back Row: Edward O'Malley, John May, Paul McMenaman. Edward Mengel, Edward Mullin, Piere De Vincentis. Front Row: Robert La Toole, Robert Durst, James Gannon, Edward Mengel, Edward Donnelly, Dolores Sesso, Richard Zamboldi, Edward O'Ma1ley, Joseph Rink, Joseph Tate. Second Row: Nicholas Rulen, Arthur Brandolph, Thomas Candl, Michael Macchiaroli, Arthur Goldlerg, Michael Gross, Lee Silverstein, Lausend Melia, Joseph Mullin, Thomas Tomalis, Kenneth Gross. Back Row: Robert Chillas, Leo Eschback, William Iorio, Louis Necharot, Lee Sherman, Eugene Evans, Richard Greines, Joseph Kelley, William Define, John Lutzenberg, Thomas Tumda, Martin McGuinn. LAW REVIEW HGNOR BOARD Sherman Miller, Paul Conway, James McErlane, Joseph Tate, George Giunta, Philip Gilligan, William Gilroy, Paul Martin. All work and no play . . . 1965 Intramural Football Champs-"Wamenl'. 7....e V -,....,,..,-,-W -wx. ' 'i 'v,,,..,..-.-a. .ull M -vtm, -3- .Vg x .i:k,k:5T l L -,,.....-----' l Y Z P I K . - - , ,, ..., ,,....-.,,.,.. ,. 7 , M......---- ' X 1 X - .i f 32 STUDENT BAR RED MASS In keeping with the old English custom, the Red M855 iS celebrated each year at Villanova. Hank Stonelake, Paul McMenamam, William Clearey, John D'Lauro, Al Dc Cotes, David Drew, Charles Heuisler. w J G Y, : A' -vm-Q.. , , QWYQ. ., ., . ,.,. ,, M-may :L.,..,,,..... ...,,..,.,.... WM. ....,........- .....A,...,. .W ,,,,..,,. ,,-.-as--H"" MM vu 7'- ?i Q, l T5 C E- S x NN X 'bv Lf K as-' Bottom Row: PIERRE H. DE VINCENTIS ' 454 New England TW'-f Orange' N. J. ' Villanova Univ. - BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice Stem Law Club, Pres., Sec.-Treas., Reimel Moot Court? Student Bar Assoc., Inter. Club Council. JOHN J. D'LAURO ' 3023 Edmonds Rd., Lafayette Hill, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LANVS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., St. Thomas More Law Club, Vice-Pres., Student Bar Assoc., Vice- Pres., Sec. EDWARD G. DONNELLY, JR. ' 4507 State Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa- ' St- .l05f?Dh'S College ' BACHELOR OB LAWS ' Am. Law Students AsSOc.5 Charles Evans Hughes Law Club, Vice Pres., Student Bar AssOc.5 Law Review, Editor-in-Chief. ARS THIRD YEAR DO Top Row: ARDIENNE ARSHT - 415 Old Kennett Rd., Wilmington, Del. ' Mt. Holyoke College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' St. Ive's Law Club, Sec., Treas., The Docket, Alumni Ed., Student Bar Assoc. JOSEPH T. BAMBRICK ' 915 Bridgman St., Elmira, N. Y. ' Manhattan College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Cardozo Law Club, Student Bar Assoc., Reimel Moot Court. I. DAVID BEAN ' Creamery, Pa. ' Ursinus College ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Charles Evans Hughes Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. Second Row: ROBERT G. BELLWOAR ' 701 King of Prussia Rd., Radnor, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice White Law Club, The Docket, Assoc. Editor. GEORGE F. BENZ ' 585 N. Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. ' Kings College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., St. Thomas More Law Club, Student Bar Assoc. JEFFREY A. BRODKIN ' 644 Hazelhurst Ave., Merion, Pa. ' Univ. of Minnesota ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Chief Justice Warren Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc., Law Review. Third Row: THERESE M. BYRNE ' 4039 Berry Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' Rosemont College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Charles Evans Hughes Law Club, Student Bar Assoc. RONALD J. CANTINO ' 18 Hilltop Rd., Port Washington, N. Y. ' Earlham College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Charles Evans Hughes Law Club. WILLIAM H. R. CASEY ' 606 S. Gulf Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. ' Kings College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice Tawey Law Club. Fourth Row: BARRY COOPERBERG ' 136 W. Allens Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Temple Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Chief Justice Tawey Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. JOHN P. CRAMPTON ' 700 Pennsylvania Ave., Fort Washington, Pa. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. RONALD T. DERENZO ' 10 N. Fourth St., Minersville, Pa. ' Dickinson College ' BACHELOR or LAVVS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Chief Justice Stern Law Club. ". . . and when I become Dean.' DCU THIRD YEAR HQW Top Row: . JOHN F. DOUGHERTY ' Treasure Oak, Mays Landing, N. J. ' Univ. of Notre Dame ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Cardozo Law Club, Pres., Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar ASSOC., Inter. Club Council, Vice-Pres. D. MICHAEL EMURYAN ' 727 Bullock Ave., Yeadon, Pa. ' Drexel Institute of Technology ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice White Law Club. ALLEN L. FEINGOLD ' 546 Argyle Rd., Wynnewood, Pa. ' Pennsylvania State Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., St. Thomas More Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. Second Row: JAMES J. FITZGERALD, III ' 123 Church St., Winchester, Mass. ' Univ. of Pennsylvania ' BACHELOR OF LAVVS ' St. Ive'S Law Club, Reimel Moot Court. DANIEL T. FLAHERTY, JR. ' 209 Jackson Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' Pennsylvania Military College ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Chief Justice Warren Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. EDWARD D. FOY, JR. - 5593 Hill Creek Circle, Philadelphia, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Chief Justice Stern Law Club, Reimel Moot Court. Third Row: PHILIP M. GILLIGAN - 8221 Shawnee St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Cardozo Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Honor Board, Class Rep. WILLIAM T. GOLD ' 1120 N. 66th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' .Temple Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., The Docket, Managing Ed., Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc., St. Ive'S Law Club. ARTHUR M. GOLDBERG ' 203 David Dr., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' Rutgers Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice White Law Club, Student Bar Assoc., Law Review. My third year and I still don't know where the books are. r I 1 l V' If , W X .S ', 3 Ns. Fourth Row: JOSEPH S. GRANT, JR. ' 122 Fornance St., Norristown, Pa. ' Univ of Notre Dame ' BACHELOR OF LAVVS ' Am. Law Students Assocx Chief Justice Stern Law Club, Reimel Moot Court. CHARLES A. HADDAD ' 724 E. Philadelphia. Ave., B0j'C1'l'U7.i'7I. Pa. ' Univ. of Pennsylvania ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Charles Evans Hughes Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Winner 1065. ANDREW J. HAILSTONE - 211 N. Bromley .4114-,, SL-1-anfonu, Pa, ' Pennsylvania State Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAXVS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Chief Justice Warren Law Club, Reimel Moot Court. Finalist 1965. Bottom Row: WILLIAM J. HAWKINS ' 716 Beechwood Rd., Pine Ridge, Media. Pa. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. CHARLES W. HEUISLER ' Broomall Terrace Apts., Broomall. Pa. ' Holy Cross College ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' St. Ive's Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc., Sec., Treas., Law Forum Comm. CHARLES D. HOWELL ' 137 Parker Ave., Easton, Pu. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS. ICH T1-into YEAR ORE Top Row: v PETER C. JOHN ' 104 .Alntou Rd., llyvrrnwvoml, Pa. ' Cornell Univ. . BACHELOR ue uws ' St. 'l'lronuis More Law Club, Student Bar ASOC.: Lau' Review. JOSEPH C. KELLY ' Valley Rd., IIur'krs.vin, Del. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR or LAXYS ' Chief justice Warren Law Club, Sec.-Treas., Pres., Student Bar Assoc.: Law Review: lnter. Club Council, Pres. WILLIAM V. KENNEDY ' 1353 Salem Rd., Plainfield, N. J. ' St, Peter-'s College ' BACIIELOR or LANVS ' Ain. Law Students Assoc., Chief Justice Warren Law Club, Reiniel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. Second Row: JAMES J. KERWICK ' S04 .Uerwyn Rd., Merion, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. 0 BACHELOR or Lxws ' Chief Justice Stern Law Club, Vice- Pres., Volunteer Defenders Assoc. JOHN A. LUCHSINGER ' 106 S. Manoa Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' Univ. of Pennsylvania ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., St. Ive's Law Club, Law Review. JAY SCOTT MACNEILL ' 52 Interhaven .-ive., N. Plainfield, N. J. ' St. Peter's College ' BACHELOR or LANVS ' Chief Justice Stern Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. Third Row: PAUL X. MCMENAMAN ' 339 Louella Ave., Wayne, Pa. ' Le Moyne College - BACHELOR or LAws ' Am. Law Students Assoc., National Vice-Pres., Student Bar Assoc., Rep., Pres., Inter. Club Council, Villanova Law Forum, Chair. ROBERT V. MAIRONE ' 7202 Hanford St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' The Docket, Assoc. Ed., Reimel Moot Court, Arn. Law Students Assoc., Cardozo Law Club, Student Bar Assoc. RICHARD D. MALMED ' 716 W. Allens La., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Yale Univ. ' BACHELOR on LAws ' St. Ive's Law Club, Reimel Moot Fourth Row: JOHN S. MAY ' 269 Broughton La., Villanova, Pa. ' Dartmouth College ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' St. Thomas More Law Club, Treas., Pres., Reimel Moot Court, Inter. Club Council. EDWARD C. MENGEL, JR. ' 318 Davis Ave., Clifton Heights, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR or LANVS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Charles Evans Hughes Law Club, Pres., The Docket, Comment Ed., Law Review, Inter. Club Council. BARBARA R. MUEHLEIB - 419 W. Delphine St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Temple Univ. ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Chief Justice Tawey Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. 2 3 3 Bottom Row: EPH E MULLIN 2314 Coles Blvd Norristown Pa ' Villa- . ' -1 I ' nova Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Chief Justice White Law Club, Pres., The Docket, Student Bar Assoc.: Law Review, Inter. Club Council, Executive Comm. EDWARD J. O'MALLEY ' 8650 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice Tawey Law Club, Sec., Pres., Law Review, Assoc. Ed., Inter. Club Council. SUSAN S. ORETSKY ' 855 Old Lancaster Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' Temple Univ. ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc.: Cardozo Law Club, Student Bar Assoc. So she stood yOU UP asain' Bill! 5 e 1 N.,N 4:1 i 92 UST THIRD YEAR ZAM T Ro" : . PA1UL OSTIEN, IR. ' 312 Nicholson Rd., Ridley Park, Pa. ' Dick- inson College . BACHELOR or LAXVS ' The Docket, Ed.-in-Chief, Reimel Moot Court. JOSEPH J. RUCCI ' 264 Ponus Ridge Rd., New Canaan, Conn. ' Faimeld Unity. . BACHELOR or LAWS ' St. Ive's Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. Q ' DOLORES B. SESSO ' 2437 Garrett Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' Univ. of Pennsylvania ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Chief Justice Stern Law Club, The Docket, Comment Ed., Student Bar Assoc., Law Review, Mgr. Ed. Second Row: . l EUGENE D. SILVERMAN ' 1104 Chelsea Towers, Atlantic Czty, N. J. ' Temple Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAVVS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Chief Justice Tawey Law Club, The Docket, Reimel Moot Court, Winner 1965, Student Bar Assoc. ARTHUR E. SKLAR ' Church and Panther Rds., Wyncote, Pa. ' Temple Univ. ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Chief Justice White Law Club, Sec.-Treas., Vice-Pres., Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. H. DAVID SPIRT ' 8115 Williams Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Penn- sylvania State Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAVVS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Reimel Moot Court, Chief justice White Law Club, Student Bar Assoc. Third Row: THEODORE B. STOLMAN ' 260 Tomkenn Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., Cardozo Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. ROBERT W. SUTER ' 449 W. Monument Ave., Hatboro, Pa. ' La Salle College ' BACHELOR OF LAXVS ' Am. Law Students Assoc., St. Thomas More Law Club. JOSEPH A. TATE - 401 Llanerch Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Honor Board, Rep., Chair., Law Review, The Docket, Am. Law Students Assoc., St. Thomas More Law Club. Fourth Row: NINO V. TINARI ' 1554 Warwick Ave., Folcroft, Pa. ' St. Ioseph's College ' BACHELOR or LAXVS ' Honor Board Rep., Reimel Moot Court, St. Ive's Law Club. CHARLES S. VONDERCRONE ' R.D. 32, Phoenixville, Pa. ' Univ. of Michigan ' BACHELOR or LAXVS ' St. Ive's Law Club, Pres., Inter. Club Council, Sec.-Treas., Reimel Moot Court, Arn. Law Students Assoc. MICHAEL E. WALLACE ' 5409 Torresdale Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Villanova Univ. - BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Chief Justice Warren Club, Vice-Pres., Reimel Moot Court. CJ 'TS 49" ,,.,. T777 N.. X758 Bottom Row: RICHARD A. WILMANS ' 100 Rothwell Dr., Wilmington, Del. ' Univ. of Delaware ' 'BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Law Review, St. Ivels Law Club, Vice-Pres., Reimel Moot Court, Am. Law Students Assoc. ANDREW M. WOLOV ' 308 Crest Park Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' Pennsylvania State Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAWS ' Cardozo Law Club. Vice-Pres., Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc. RICHARD H. ZAMBOLDI ' 4011 Roselawn Ave., Columbus, Ind. ' St. Bonaventure Univ. ' BACHELOR OF LAXVS ' Law Review, Comment Ed., Cardozo Law Club, Student Bar Assoc., Am. Law Students Assoc. '. . . and then I drew a second King against his Ace " Y' lei V ' 'wllflll Metrecal doesn't work for me either. ZAM THIRD YEAR ZAVV EDWARD I. ZAMBORSKY ' 917 N. St. Lucas Sl., Allentown, Po. ' Lehigh Univ. ' BACHELOR or LAVVS ' Chief Justice White Law Clubg Reimel Moot Courtg Am. Law Students Assoc. WILLIAM F. ZAUN ' 2316 Montgomery St., Bethlehem, Pa. ' BACHELOR or LAWS. JOSEPH P. ZAWROTNY ' 1537 E. Hunting Park Ave., Philadel- Phifl, PG. ' Villanova Univ. ' BACHELOR or LAWS ' Student Bar ASSOC-5 St. Thomas More Law Club. We know, but we needed a middle guard 1 T NAVAL RESERVE OFEICERS TRAINING CORPS As Americans once again engage in armed conilict, the nation's dependence on men such as Villanovafs Naval f I acu ty becomes more apparent. And we may take both pride and confidence in its mission. ,X , CCMMANDING OFFICER Capt. Marlin D. Clausner, USN- EXECUTIVE OFFICER Cdr. Searle I. Barry, USN. FACULTY The llouoi' lluaril lor llw Navy llgiy A1355- Capt. Clausner welcomes Rear Admiral Caldwell, the guest speaker for the NROTC communion breakfast. --Ai. --,f.f-.-,-i-',..,.-....,,.,,., . ' 01. .-- - Ti- ,,, 1.-V.--. -M' ,- .--"f- --4 is V. ...f . '.- - ' , 4 .':,-f'-cf' i-' ...r . . . . f'- I s:,'f'. 3. pf .' 3' - r' f- ' If: -- .. j.--,' .-"mi-"f'ff.,,f I 4' fy'-gp gf -1--, , , . ..--q.'Z3'f V A if ' 'AIN 0.1-' -'- -, "e. ff-V ,, J r -. Ag, A :-, "'f.: ...-',,:f-wif, .' if ' .M -V "-'f ' - f -- ' -f ":.-1-L 1 'ff 1.4 '-- 1' vi . . , , , , r . , , A .- 5' ...-" - ,,-f ' . . - ' ,-., K' - - " - . , ,, -.21-'f-', 7 'il' ,:- 'V V . -"' ' -gn" .,'. ww. J -f' f' "' 1- :'f-.ifi-1. .. :---'X ff , .1 f w'4f'.."'.:g1f5Sff'i"a'-1 ,. '- 'ft -ef 1 .nm wwe."-' .L .2-v . '11 -4 - -1 -N.-'2..u,+-'k nr'-v" ' gave. fr"- ' fn ,Mum The United States was in the midst of War when Villanova's NROTC programs Was born. The 1943 Belle Air describes the programls goal a program "with a broad intellectual back- ground." The University's current Naval program has changed immensely since the V-12 project, but its goal remains the same. A yearbook written in this decade describes the program's ideal product as a "gentleman of liberal education who has a sense of personal honor, who is also a strong leader, with tact, patience, justice, iirmness and charity." Current global com- mitments have made us look again to the "Barry Halls" of this land to develop men -capable of leading the 'defense of our way of life. Capt. Marlin D. Clausner, Cdr. Searle J. Barry, Lcdr. Donald J. Johnson, Major James L. Black, Lcdr. Joseph E. Bailey, Lt. Reginald E. Wesberry, Lt. James E. Dunn, FTCS Steven Kaplafka, QMC Ralph W. Haussmann YNC Francis . Roderick. GMGC Richard E. Burke, , l GYSU Ioseph A. Migliacci, Miss Veronica A. Menendez. The drill team humbly awaits its introduction at the Quantico game. ' NROTC DRILL TEAM - HWHISKEY CDMPANYH The Whiskey Company in its execution of the ripple line. Villanova prepares a Naval or Marine officer through a balanced integration of basic academics, responsibility and mili-tary training. While at Vil- lanova, members of the campus unit apply -their new learned skills on summer training programs. One of the differences between current NROT C and its parent V-12 program is the area of activity available in conjunction with their military subject. Among these are Rifle and Pistol teamsg the Wildcat, the NROTC publicationg and the Quar- terdeck Society. The best known is Whiskey Company, the school's Naval Drill Team, which is consistently a winner in national competition. The team m11l'Chil1lZ off the iield after the halftime show. X Edmund A. Luclae, Hanford N. l.oclumm1 jf Robcrt T P ' -' . curson, ,' ,, I. . J .4 , .U ,-ji !, 1 Martin E. Plante. Mark .-X. Rrwnrgm, Ulm' lil Lcidcckcr Gvst I. A. Migliacci. Battalion in formation on Navy Day, All Edward R Millison, Anthony W William R. Hansell, Michael A. en, . Dougherty, Perry H. Ferguson, Barclay Morrison, john V. Kutys, GySgt ibula, Eric Goepfert. I. A. Migliacci, Stephen M. Pr ,r 'g:...--i "Jak afwvuw 11, A "" -si ,f-- "' SEMINARY r Vacating Corr and St. Rita's to the secu-lar student body, those aspiring to the priesthood in the Order of St. Augustine have recently moved to quarters in St. M'ary's Hall on the Western edge of the Belle Air estate. Yet, despite the change of locale, seminarians are relying more and more on the secular part of the University and becoming more invol d ' th ' ve in e overall communal life of the school by taking classes with lay undergraduates, all part of a program to kee th p e religious and secular portions of the University amalgamated. PRIOR Very Rev. Norbert W. WhitleY, OSA- S U B'P R I O R Rev. ,Joseph D. Keffer, O.S.A. xx. J ,S ?j I x s Q i i 'QQ Q 2 K! KW X, X' 1 I " if Q , f St. Mary's Augustinian Seminary. f M, The Vestlbule. ff af f f' , .fl , 1 Q7 l I .V ,Lib fe,-Y wr'- Who said they wash the cups? Keeping up with 'the pace of University development has been the growth of the Seminary, both in the number of young men studying for the priesthood and the physical complex called St. Mary's Hall. Here a future priest spends four years in the pursuit of a college degree, a necessity if he is to follow the words of Our Lord "to teach all nations." Here he learns to accept the ascetic life: prayer, self-sacrifice, and total dedication of his life to God. But his life is not all work and prayer, Saint Mary's offers many opportunities for recreation. A Seminarian can find relaxation in basketball, swimming, billiards, music, or reading. Here young men live together, sharing 'ideas and ideals, talents and life itself. l . .im l US SEMORS WIE Tap Raith' DAVID M. AUSTIN. O.S.A. ' 5 Canlurv SI., Ilolluml Ilarlc, Brixlmnr' Qfwvnsland, .lmvtmliu ' im. lN l'llll.USUl'llY ' 'l'1un1st1111 Club, Augustinianum Club, Polyphonic Choir: Glen Mills Caleclicticzil Group: 51, Ed1uunrl's Group: Sviuiuziry Yearbook, Erl. ROBERT C. BAUMGARTEN. O.S.A. - 5830 Henry St., San Diego, Calif, ' Bax. IN Pllll.OSOPllX' ' .-Xrigustiniiiii Mission Stamp Dept., Pres., Intra. Sports: Tagzistun Club, Serninary Yearbook. DENNIS EBEL, O.S.A. ' 2734 SSH: Sl., San Diego, Calif. ' B.A. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Augustininnuni Club, Pres., '1'ugustan Club, Pub. Comm., Polyphonic Choir: Scholar Cantoruni, Glcc Club. Second Row: CHARLES GWYNN, O.S.A. ' 55 Winthrop Sl., Framingham, Mass. - BA. IN PHILOSOPHY. JOHN D. LAWLER, O.S.A. ' 105 Waverley St., Arlington, Mass. ' BA. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Augustinianum Club, Glen Mills Catechetical Group, Intra. Sports, Sanctuary Soc., Schola Cantorum, Tagastan Club. JAMES J. MCC.-XRTNEY, O.S.A. ' 1026 Sussex Ave., Deptford, N. J. ' B.-1. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Tagastan Club, Pub., Pres., Augus- tinianum Club, Glen Mills Catechetical Group, Polyphonic Choir, Intra. Sports, Schola Cantorum, Seminary Yearbook. Third Row: HOWARD F. MCGINN, O.S.A. ' 609 E. Darby Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' BSI. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Tagastan Club, Augustinianum Club, Vice-Pres., Intra. Sports, Librarian, Polyphonic Choir, Schola Cantorum, Glen Mills Catechetical Group, Little Flower Manor Group, Gaudeamus Comm., Seminary Athl. Comm. JAMES M. MCGLYNN, O.S.A. ' 323 Owen Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' BA. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Augustinian Mission Stamp Dept., Augus- tinianum Club, Glen Mills Catechetical Group, Intra. Sports, Tagastan Club, Seminary Athl. Comm. PAUL D. OSTIGUY, OSA. ' 85 Fourth St., Waterford, N. Y. ' ILA. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Tagastan Club, Sanctuary Soc., Schola Cantorum, Seminary Yearbook, Seminary Athl. Comm., Sec., Photography Club, Liturgy Club, Glen Mills Catechetical Group, Chair., Augus- Fourth Row: JOSEPH H. REYNOLDS, O.S.A. ' 228 Church St., Clifton Heights, Pa. ' B.A. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Augustinianum Club, Tagastan Club, Glen Mills Catechetical Group, Photography Club, Polyphonic Choir, Seminary Yearbook, Intra. Sports. FRANCIS X. RILEY ' O.S.A. ' 30 Colwick Dr., Somers Point, N. J. ' BA. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Glen Mills Catechetical Group, Intra. Sports, Polyphonic Choir, Seminary Athl. Comm. RICHARD ROBINSON, O.S.A. ' 31 Fox Hill Dr., Little Silver, N. J. ' BA. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Augustinian Mission Stamp Dept., Glen Mills Catechetical Group, Augustinianum Clu-b, Polyphonic Choir, Schola Cantorum, Tagastan Club, Gaudeamus. lil Sul 'Yr'-vw As ..-uv" Bottom Row: STEPHENSON OSA ' 56 Gordon St Manly Vale JOHN J. , - - - " ' Sydney, Australia ' B.A. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Tagastan Club, Augus- tinianum Club 5 Litufgl' Club 5 Glen Mills Catechetical Group' P 1 11 ' Ch ir. , . Phl'IHHmil11EIslEKE, O.S.A. - 34 Ruth si., Highgate Hflh Brisbane, Queensland, Australia ' B.A. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Tagastan Clllbi lfiflgfl' Club, Glen Mills Catechetical Group, Augushnlamlm Club, ee Club. . . . and time for relaxation. U IVERSITY CQLLEGE 1 1 r llll .. I... Q America in the last decade and a half has experienced an in- creasing demand for college trained personnel. Because of over- crowding and difficulties involved in financing a college education, a need for a part-time program had evolved. Villanova at-tempts to meet this problem with its University Co-llege. Since its inception, the night school's enrollment, staff and service has con-tinued to grow. Mirroring its times, the course load per student at Villanova has risen along with enrollment. 92, of the part-time division is t k' h a ing t ree courses and SZ takes four. The normal load is con- sidered to be two courses. ,- Halal Did you ever load a truck for eight hours and then try to read the "Ode On A Grecian Urn?" Evening students unwind before classes tl H 11 t ni ht reflects today's burning desire for higher education. Bar ey a a g 1 I K S , XXX Had you ever thought of working with your hands? i 104 How sweet it is. J s Disguised as a mild mmnzerea' math teaflzrr by day . . . iw--1 1 think 1 split my pants. q. 5 v E 1 l .,----"' ,.,,-N ,MJ N Q .ff - Qt H314-':- ..,P.jAg , .f,1,t FRESHMEN 1 I 1 "Okay, Frosh, let's all wave goodbye to our tuition money together." And so the seeds of class unity are planted. Change was never felt more keenly than during the first semester. No longer in familiar surround- ings, we were forced to rely on direction from others. From the genius of IBM-D0 not fold, mutilate, or spindle meg from our sophomore brothers-Get 017 the sidewalk, Fr0sh,' from profs Quia ,'jL"iN ., . with fuzzy faces-Shall we invoke the spirits, Gentlemen? On Monday morning those faces were a little fuzzier than usual because that was the i 4 I l 5 l l l l I i 5 l E l s I . ! l 3 1 i will fn N1 M 1 - . I" ' L jr a rr fl f X 106 yu year we were formally introduced to John Barley- corn Cand his faithful companion, Hangoverl. Tha-t year we just tried to pass and belong. Sur- vive. And who knows. With a little luck you might even graduate. ' ' Thanks for blinfilnfi ml' UU' 113100. Und. but l'd rather lmvv .J I ,fry the No' you dplll lllhx . . , . , . lm! just roll 'cm up. f g-.., ' VIN! llhi lltlxlxh lx' H x' 'cm And that's the way you do . . . the Bcdpgm Bounce. Bump. Bump. 1 dink um gonna sneed : lim' 108 l surf inf r If X "Somebody put mucilage in Herbyls roll-on." The Class of '69 becomes initiated into the tribal rites at the annual Frosh Mixer. N l 7 '1 1-a ,i f,l I , . :SI 4 I "Girl in the Quadln Freshmen enter that hallowed Sanctum where 5 dormsmen have traditionally voiced opinions on girls, college, girls , i life, girls. l 1 1 E' ' V L...:fQ The one with the funny ears asked me out. too! -l ...... Q-1 . 7 . ' fl' .K ww K -,K N K 1- J pm umm. -.1 so "l"L?" . MV " K V - x ' .vcd These fellas dress funny. Will the real Snagglepuss please stand up. Look guys. just like tuition, it never stops going up SOPHOMORES Sophomore year, this is your big year, baby . . . time to show those freshman nurses a thing or two, they may even go out with you this year. Monarch Notes become the scholarly Sophls Bible, text books are heavy and expensive, too. You fall from the frightening height of a plus 3.0 Cin some casesl to the gutter level-of a minus 2.03 Soph, you've slumped, but their is always that big weekend to make up for it. Throwing thyself into the collegiate world only to find the merry-go-round was going a bit too fast. Utter sophistication combined with little knowledge of the campus results in ut-ter boors or bores as the case may be. This is the first year that you take the famous Science course calculated to make the universal col- legian shudder . . . and not necessarily the last. Class Officers: Anna Husar, james Husted, John Carey, Thomas Conway. Sitting: james D'Agostino, William Martini, Fredrick Hetzler, Lawrence Muth, Anna Husar, Gregory Fusco, Standing: Jerald Rinder, Glen Koepnick, James Ruberto. Thomas Conway, John Carey, james Husted, James McGinniss, Thomas Grant, Virginia McMahon, Herbert Umplind. ULU Xu NN lv. 'xv - Asmnu. X .4,"".'riQ if fs K' , , 'm"'Qgy- ' A Q ' A I V' Li 1 :Qi , - K . , X ,lg ug -'-X I fxh 1 -ff.: -ix - I ... 3- zjffpfflx ..-1 " ., ,n -- - TJ' I .' ,' 1, - Q ' ,,-5.5 I . B. A 0 '- . . V - 'Q ' v, B1 . . ridue K6Y.member conducts Freshman tour VVh1l6 asslstant 55 On Slde of truck, V -ff K A'1T.,..:f -1 4 . :xl 1 O X. ' ix , 1 .,' Y: " .- ' ., l'! 2 .Y .S ' 5 V' J. A QYVS su . 9 Y New ' V x - ' ,gifs L ' L. 'N 1 ky, F Q y ,vu s ,1 s -f' "SV',Qf: M- ,' l , . . , , N "f gffx' 1 ', .f. il a 4 ' '-2? "f -' Hifi' -4 iff 1 I, xl n W WK., X A .Q - .ac Mlm MAA. Sure I have three signatures on it. J'7 f Aff if ' ,f Ie H114 You're stick'n' the needle where? 0, yeah ! Ohm he's 3. -- V --i,YY....,.w , --....,..,,,,,..., .,.. ., , ........--V-...... ,...,.. ..,,.. ., A-A -..,..., .. ......,.......,.,.,,, ..w..qmn4""nv""" b- -T-, X .M "9 ll un mv qI.x.m-N 'sf' ' Milf' - ' X-IK . -3.-...7....f-1-5 Dorff get mo close. you' sl -.a 12's c You think they would leave fl Lip no lun: for thv Pic Shoppe. p- I ' ""' 'S' T' " ...M JUNIQRS The pinnacle of success or failure is reached this third year, except the rush for graduate, law, medical schools orqthe plush job with the Burroughs Corporation is still a year away. AB profs can be spotted the length of a campus . . . and the classes fill up like a hot thermometer with mercury. You hit Charity Weekend like Santa Claus and Junior Weekend like Uncle Scrooge . . . the Junior Class Party goes down in the annals as a quiet-type affair, the kind you can bring the family to, in preparation for the evacuation. You also assume the role of campus playboy. After all, the fresh- man nurses don't know who you are yet, and they're easily impressed . . . at least until the first date. On the academic side, the unique campus experience known'as all-nighters for various pur- poses, term papers, knee-busting tests, extra- curricular theses majors, etc., becomes an integral part of your life. James Donegan, Richard Holwell, Marie Gadren, Brendan Moore. Sitting: Front Row: Maureen Regan, Richard Schadl, Carol Catanese, John McKever, Marie Gadren, Richard Holwell, William Fallon, Anthony DeVito. Second Row: Robert Maclntyre, Joanne Brubaker, Dennis Pepe, Philip DesJardins, Andrew Preziosi, Edward Stepien, Timothy Wahl, Arthur Johnson. Standing: Robert Rhoades, Paul Sorrentino, Robert DeLa.uretis, Robert Layne, Richard Brant, Ward Williams, Richard Prendergast, Brendan Moore, Jeffrey Radowich, Mark Merkle, Donald Serafano, Dennis Hannon, Dean Goodwin, Charles Murphy, Paul Scannell, Kevin McGuinn, Timothy Ryan, John Ruth, Timothy Turvey, Peter Conserva, Lawrence Zapf, William Keane. ff ', A I 1 i i s 4 l 1 V i l l v l l L l I l l I 2 4 , I E e i 1 E I S L. 9 5. 5 vu John -Wm. Philip mon. sync. eirey dwin. RuLh. 9 4 'I ,af 3 -nv 21' , ,,, g m .avr 'T""l Darn it, I forgot my lunch b0X again- X.. , o o o o ul Mk f Z 1 'f f' f'U'v'ff'fpJfff',?ffl 'Q L f My 1 V I ,,f,!,!,,!,JV,f A ADD! f' .M ,, ,CWM ,:,: ,f So if we 'paraphrase this article . . I swear it moved. Whose turn is it to ride in the trunk? "' . N t s I ff! ff Isn't there any more? 4 Wildcat. Tough kitten I U3 N N N In these enlivened times, students demand opportunity for self-expression. A university's extra-curriculars are designed to answer this need. Here, too, there must be change and development. Foremost among these activities is the Student Government Association, a group Whose membership, responsibilities and hardships increase yearly. Practically every conceivable area of student interest is effectively served by an extra-curricular. The evidence of constant and diverse development can be seen in each year's newly spawned activities, among them the Young Republicans and the Stage Crew. its -mr --f T 5' ' :shi ' f-33" L :rv 45? V ., .. . W, .-C I 'I' 4 .11 my '--- ' f 4 L?fWff?4ffK"im yy ,Z -. ff f 1 ,iz-,, , A ,,i:f,'-13"',1'2'3L 1'4,9f:f "L'U1,n ,,4".'z'w.f .cm Ygfyffli 1,-'fQ,ff,,, f f., AU, ' ,f f.f:'.2' ' ,zz ufmgffif pw 1 ,afxz fy .:,a":,::f 7 fLz',g."'4' ZW? f . 4 '1.g.:,zw2y f ,, azffufwpfy ' ":fmf+z4"M, 'jrf-ff! ' .":vwhv -. -f I , . , ,gffjf-mxm' fm, -ff. z Q ' f fy, . 'Qi i 4 w , A. T H, ,,,.,, -:M 1 1" --' 1-f ""'T,g ,,.f .,3.,,,,, , ' , -ug' Q i - Francis T. Eck, President of the Student Government Association. I The Student Government Association has grown with the physical growth of Villanova. It now encompasses over forty-four campus organizations and iive thousand undergraduates. It has grown ten fold since i-ts inception. I Officers of the S.G.A.: Ward Williams, Secretaryg Prentiss Yancey, Exec. V.-P.g Brian Banrniller, Exec. V.-P.g John Graziano, Exec. V.-P.g James Proud, Treasurerg Jeffrey Radowich, Parliamentarian. 1 E i V l 1 1 1 Q 1 i 4 i 1 , 1 1 4 p 120 I La- My H 47 --W--r ...,-. , e-1-rw' s I l ii S. G. A. OFFICERS '-, -8 K xx X 14" 0 l- .'J l '11 3' I 1 Stephen F. Freind, President of the Student Government Association. The purpose of the Student Government Association is to provide a means whereby students may organize to be able to participate actively and effectively, in those functions of the University which directly affect their religious, social, economic, physical, and intel- lectual welfare. The SGA has grown up. Begun as a Weak organi- zation, its purpose has increased to include all facets of university life. Officers of the S.G.A.: Ward Williams, Secretary, John Graziano, Exec. V.-P.g Elizabeth Grabowski, Exec. Sec., Robert Dean, Exec. V.-P.g Richard Behrens, Parliamentarian. ' Bs S. G. A. SENICDRS Front Row: Thomas Krause, Betsy Grabowski, Roseanna Boylan, Robert Jones. Second Row: Robert Mentzinger, John Fenlon, Denis Walsh, Gregory Galland, Joseph Maffongelli. Back Row: Ronald Turiello, James Debesis, Robert Morse, Robert Fisch, Lawrence Reiter, Richard Galli. S. G. A. SENATE Frank Samer, Thomas Conway, Daniel Vasti, James D'Agostino, Richard Behrens, Prentiss Yancey, John Graziano, Jeffrey Raclowich, Frank Eck, James Proud, Ward Williams, Robert Dean, Richard Holwell, Brian Banmiller, David Banmiller, Leo Carroll, James Griffin. BLUE iam sociig iw' l l l i I Paul Dixon President. Leo Carroll, Vice-Presidentg Donald Serafano, Secre- ! 7 . ta1'Y9 Brendan Moore. Treasurer. When they bring the Casket out ' ' ' Front Row: John Carey, John Zoubek, Tara Siegal, Robert R055 William Martini. Back Row: Frank Samer, Ward Williams, Thomas Parsley: Robert Layne' Jeffrey Radowich, John Schmidt, Kenneth Hedges. ff The Blue Key Society can be seen at myriad :il'l'airs tlirougliout the school year, acting as a service organization for the establishment of rap- port with the public. During orientation, the Blue Key assists the harried freshman in his first days on campus. The Society has full responsibility for 1'arent's Weekend-which th vani to Villanova. is year brought Manto- Front Row: Dennis O'Hara, John Fenlon, Roseanna Boylan, Prentiss Yancey, Eugene T. Brennan. . Back Row: William Carnes, Donald Anderson, Brian Banrniller, Louis Comardo, James Grifhn, Frank Eck, David Banmiller. SPIRIT COMMITTEE I Changes in the Spirit Committee have resulted in the reorganization of the committee around the I Basketball Club and more trips than in the past. The Spirit Committee remains an important cog in the Villanova sports machine. Team Captain Tom Brown is presented the first Annual James Bonder Award for the victory over West Chester State. CHEERLEADERS il . A .H---.... leading. Although the male element is still an I important part, the female cheerleaders have pro- l vided the Villanova fans with more beauty for their money. , , P There have been "broad'l changes in the cheer- JL "W . Front Row: Ph 'll' G l 5 15 YCYSOH, Susan Quinn. Cewyn Mur- phy, Janice Zeller, Lorraine Fai-ino, Betsy Grabowski. Alice Hulse. , .. , . , ., V , :A -f, " Q fwmra-, Back Row" Mark Curley' Thllmils Keogh. Robert Hurlev. ' ' . -,sin ,n,- ' 1 1.5,--. 5 ,j" - ' V4 'f ,' A 'tm ,, - ' - .. . ,fe I .. .. . .5 Jerome Jareckl, John Betsch, N,F, C. LT, S, 7 The mere existence of the Young Republicans is a note ol change. Partisan political organizations had never been allowed on the Villanova campus prior to the 1964 elections, wh-en the Goldwater- Iohnson election was hotly debated by campus politicos. It's a bit risque, isn't it? Like many other organizations, the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine has under-taken an expanded program of activities. Aside from its usual involve- ment with catechetical training, the CCD has in- YUUNG REPUBLICANS vited more speakers than ever to Villanova. Gee, this is swell, SUY5- WW 4 5 llll l l l We spent . . . how . . . much last month? Each year the Knights sponsor a Communion Breakfast. This year it was held for the members and their parents with the guest speaker, Mr. Charles J. Ducey, Assistant Supreme Secretary of the Order. Mr. Ducey was the guest of the Council for Parent's Weekend. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS In seven years on the campus, the Father Ludwig, O.S.A., Council of the Knights of Columbus has grown from 110 to 530 members. The organization is composed of a body of Catholic men who stand for the principles of Charity, Unity, and Frater- nity. The Father Ludwig Council is one of the largest college councils in -the Order. Charles Ducey, Thomas Luebking, William O'Neill, Philip Mino, Alfred Mino, Florence Mino, Thomas Callanen. 126 l iv?" What a way to spend a Saturday night! Beta Gamma Debate Society has moved to en- larged quarters in Geraghty Hall under the aegis of james O'Toole of the Speech Department. The club, with more girls in debate, has increased its numbers Wi-th a resultant qualitative benelit. h The Intercollegiate Conference on Government tF1S been in existence for some 25 years, devoted ti the Study Of governmental problems. Today, ff Campus chapter is active in a 40 member Statemde unit. I Could Sure Z0 for a cold one about now ling H. in' ipx tifxrvuvia DEBATE soqgigw l.C.G E l tele-A-g-ferrlfrrg,,jesj,,,.,,,,...frZf'?'i. L i t 1 I.R.S. ...sr fx., The International Relations Society has grown from a small organization struggling for existence to a stable, medium-sized club with a dedicated administration and a broad program of activities. n 5 4 The Conservative Club, founded in 1962, has incremented its membership b one hundred per cent and has also included women in its ranks. The basic principless of the club have remained unchanged. CONSERVATIVE CLUB Dr. Roy E. Moor addresses the IRS. Do we dot the "i" here? i K l te Stltfllf ll Ulf MASS SERVE Whatever vou do. Clon't spill wax un the tloor!!!! Cecil B' Moore, one of the many Quest Spffakers of the Political Union, RS AND LECTGRS 1' ln an effort to keep abreast of the changes in today's Church liturgy, the Sanctuary Society has now transformed its function and its name to fit its new role as the Society of Mass Servers, Lectors, Commentators, and Organists. ' ' 3 . - A d , th tlmes, 1tS PUYPOFC ffm Although the Political Union has expgdedasothngeiiitineof its motto, UTr1bun1ae strong competitive spirit remain as Chffglge 955 Discipulus-Statesmen from Stud611fS' POLITICAL UNIQN 4 I - lv., ,- ,- .- it S .i, fs mgi H' "1 'U' M ill lliii t ,NW 'Y M 4 W 'lllil lflllf wwwwm-awww ,---7, 777T""1 -..-.-.W l. i 3 3 l 'ri F-51 'tri I l l 3 3 l I 1 ll 1 w i , l ,, I l 1 : i I 4 l ls 3 i li ll 3 ii lg! my ii EH' '1 Front Row: Barry Burke, Albert Massi, Stanley Wyluda, Robert Dilullo, Ellsworth Stay, John De Mambro, Robert McDevitt, Thomas Swiderski, Robert Alexander, Robert Charm, Joseph Torrisi, James Beatty, John Bergin, Robert Wassmer, Ralph Riccio, John Garver, Thomas Petruska, Richard LaBella, James Carroll, James Clifford, Peter Terry, Frank Morgan, Jerome Bartholomew, Samuel Wright, Thomas' Richardson, Francis Romano, Jan Montero. Back Row: William Halladay, William Cavanagh, Jeffrey Richard, Edward Stepien, Edward Potter, Ronald Turiello, Harry McCreedy, 2 Robert Chaves, Richard Smialek, James Vincenzo, Jay Dugan, Robert Molino, Iohn Ranallo, Russell Williams, Walter Hack, Kenneth Fersch, Gregory Butler, Roger Kelly, Charles Shuhler, Martin Dillon, Michael Ruane, Richard Buchanin, Robert Keogh, Richard Smith, Henry Hamel, Joseph Taraskas, James Debesis, Stanley Lockitski, Francis Morgan, Robert Rhoades, Donald Mon- tana, Barry Ianov, Robert Radics, Michael Maher, Kevin O'Brien, Fredrick Butler, john Raymond, William May, Paul Sessions, Ralph Litzenberger, George Norton, Thomas WesthoE. VILLANCVA SINGERS The present Villanova Singers is a composite of past musical traditions of the University. In 1953, the Schola Cantorum tsacred musicj was merged With the College Glee Club. Thus we have the Villanova Singers of today, the men's glee club presenting classical, liturgical, popular, and folk music. The two dozen or so members of thirteen years ago pro- vided the impetus for the organization which presently boasts ninety members. Simultaneous to the increase of size, the expanded concert schedule has carried the reputa- tion of the Singers and the' University throughout the Midwest and East Coast, over 10,000 miles and 100 concerts in the past four years. 6 I l ! I 1 130 " M15 'f 5 f fl V IF .nf Q: ., .I 1 ...,-.1 , . .fha I I I , I1 f'.Qw,a1 I wh wa '7 'fiuli .5 il. " 2 'ink . z 'fa"11 . af.: 1 Q- 5 v wx f17b!'f'f,QQ M 534 T544-, Inq? 'Abd " 'C"?"23Q i ' ''i,,..,.r'Lfjifiifi-1--fT'.1a1gif an . , ' 'c I Mr, caca , ,, W 3 i 1 -1:.L, W if-1, Y ,tl-, .l i , . I 1 l 1 i U VILLANGVA BAND l s ' 1 , .-...-.fa wuaaalu Q v I . S 1 1 l 1 F 15, 'lu 1 l i I f A colorful combination of Sight and Sound. v i l I5 I we YE Ni ' iz il li i :Ill in sl fill iff The Wildcat Band invades Delaware. il 132 1965 Band Day at Villanova .I I "'?fLA- V- , A , -, ,Z Drum Major: Sylvan Schwartz. Front Row: Walter Frasier, Gregory Loughran, Louis Innocenzi, Russell Williams, Timothy Drake, Charles Stevens, Kevin Smith, Edward Rowan, Nicholas Knox, Ronald Sineo, Richard Feigenberg, Alfred Bingham, Joseph Bucciero, James Watson, Donald Nardone, Joseph Nemeth, John Kennedy, Dennis Montefusco, Arthur Gaynor. Second Row: Louis Andrews, David Boyle, Salvatore Agro, Ronald Pomante, Paul Mortensen, Walter Stepien, Richard Costanzo, Brian Kilcullen, James Lodes, Eugene Gregory, William Cavender, Ronald Anzalone, Leo Comerford, Michael Cutler, William I. Green, Robert john. Third Row: Gordon Mair, Henry Schmidt, Gerald Arcuri, James Scheib, David Sippel, Paul Guidone, William Fatek, Daniel Donovan, Michael Fleming, Brian O'Toole. Joseph Baltrukonis, John Fulton, Richard Greco, Philip Bosakowski, Michael Komelasky. To keep pace with the changing times, Villanova's Band is almost as diversified as the University itself. Although its numbers have increased little in over a hundred years, its capabilities now range from marching to concerts to dance music. Yet despite the success of the New Villanovans and the Concert Band, Villanovans still seem to enjoy their musi- cians most when they don their skimmers and assume thelr role as the Wildcat Marching Band, without WhiCh autumn weekends would never be the same. ' ' ar' News-J w-,sq 1 lr . WWVU W'th constant installation of the latest broadcast equip- 1 ment WWVU has since 1947 moved from a dormitory broom closet to what now seem overcrowded five room studios in Dougherty Hall. As the station grew, changing ' ' f lfill th from WVIL to WWVU, it became more able to u e d f the campus In the past several unique broadcast nee s o . years the station has become more professional while not losing sight of its twofold reason for existence-the training ' f V'll ovans of future broadcasters and fuliilhng the needs o 1 an for specializ ed information and entertainment. William J. McCloskey, Station Manager. ' ff ff - fff-ff 7 nw-,.,,.,f,,,mc., pg i l Boy, I hope I d0n't look like that when I grow up. v . .,........:Q1!,,,,..f-ru0"f"" t lf h-u 1 lllllC"'illlA--IICXX' at thin. K f 1 x KL QQ i .r Q Vx texte A xg: rf L : 3 1 1 ig 2 Swing, baby, swing. wav fu..- hadn'l ' P' ' . in 11 ,, lx s 'I QF, 30 EW' 3-4 ,J lm 1 A. 4 l Q-1 It's really elementary. Wa L law!! 4014, just when I wanted to hear this record. 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X Q 2 , v ' Y gf' E f f Q Z ' . f 4 1 2 Y Q 2 ? 7 " 'I 1 ff ' Z ,X L 1 N WV , - 'K X 'f,f5vX IQ va 3Qf.,5.,ige.4ig-, .... . , l 1 P i l I BELLE MASQUE SOCIETY Following two years of steady regression, this undergraduate drama club has bounced back with a new vitality and spirit under the leadership of its xPresident, Michael Sutherland. I-ts Fall pro- duction of Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons showed the enthusiasm and perfection of all those who worked for its success. The general acceptance of the production was due mostly from the support of the Villanova Arts Forum Series. The MAN . . . Thomas More, elegant, stoic and proud li nl H l 4 1 I 1 138 'ff-.......... 2 The DEFECTOR . . . Cardinal Wolsey A bribe ' ' ' ' Th KIN its refusal. theCtakmgG0f a loplaylgfugojliaiiiiing and xxietthad X um hull md The FAMILY . . . contentment. Roper and Lady Margaret . . . Thomas and Lady Alice Thomas feels something else. HENRY . . . charming again. A Boy. The COMPANIONSHIP . . . now it's real. The union of church and state. l 1 iv? I The CONFLICT . . . Henry, the Baby . . . More, the Man. The BEGINNING. The PLOT . . . Cromwell. The instrument . . . Master Rich. CRight.J The TRAIL . . . a Fix. CLeft.J The IAIL . . . the parting. Black for the family th wlqry . . . thu Common 51.111 Lbclowb. The Narrator of 0 L The Actor . . . The Publicgm gnbovr-H. gn .K"I" The Common Man as Matthew the Steward Cabovej HS the .Tl-11'YII1an Cbelowj. The END . . . complacency. The executioner . . . a friend to More, The End to a Beginning. After the last performance . . . the director, some of the cast. Kenneth Resinski and WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB Front Row: Anna Garish, Carolyn Bird, Christine Laufenberg, Mary McAleer, Nadine Coyer, Carol Catanese, Linette Riva, Marialena Zaccone, Maureen McHale, Maureen Corr. Second Row: Patricia Herlihy, Carol Golda, Lucille Cerchiaro, Laurel Kerwin, Deborah Rus- sell, Kathleen Bennett, Adrienne Corrao, Patricia Grady, Judith Klimek. Third Row: Mr. William Tapp, Marguerite Walsh, Eva Markovitch, Beverly Smiarowski, Eileen Kellenberg, Maureen Stianchi, Maria Diessener, Veronica Dankel, Cheryl Bain, Mari- jean McFalls, Elizabeth Kelly, Katherine Welch. Fourth Row: Eileen Fynes, Ann Konzen, Ieffra Dein, Maureen Regan, Barbara Grubb, Janice Sullivan, Elizabeth Hobdell, Brenda, Bortolot, Catherine Boykin, Carol Egan. , ,,,. .. ...., a wmv Another full house ! A growing organization, the Women's Glee Club of Villanova has spent the past two years improving the quality an-d quantity of its membership and repertoire. The club theme has become one of versatility and adapt- ability, as it moves forward to new varieties of music and Chorale. No girls, not da-da-dum . . . da-de-dum. 9 .1 ICATIONS " ' " "' " - f---4.1.7- ,,,, "my" . ,.. - -vvw-T , . , . 4 wwf BELLE AIR Christened after the estate on which Villa- nova now stands, the BELLE AIR is in its forty-fourth year. Although the yearbook has survived World War Two, relocation, and numerous other in- conveniences, many consider the current and most drastic change, a female editor, to be its greatest test of survival. Nevertheless, the BELLE AIR has triumphed despite the added imposition of the earliest deadline in its history. Thanks should be given to the aforementioned nurse-type editor Cess?j, a diligent staff, and the Nodoz Corporation, wit-hout Whose assistance none of this would have been possible. Roseanna E. Boylan, Editor-in-Chief. Now this is the deadline. Quit laughing, I'rn serious we r - 1 l 2 IR X alla. ,ll its lvxlfltl 'I' in- and F6 its phed rliesr given P B, tion, 'ould OUS. lil, OK, You all know what LO do, so l'll catch some z's. Maybe if I look busy I won't have to work. I love work. I could watch it all day. '-..- -Q..-A Look under "L" for lost. If-f-f Walt untrl hrs mother sees thrsl mei! just how did I ever get mto thxs? Get off my back, mom, Ill fmd 21 Job. , ,,... tizifigzriig., ., sassy 'I .H I .dxf Lf' k,. t 0, ,Z ,,,.. , Z -,jf gif "ff f", ,.f Mr. Thomas C. Linahan-Moderator. No sweat, we do this and we're all set. Hmm, another poison-pen letter. jr! Not another Dear john This goes here, then that goes there . , 'x s ,533 -Q - can l 5 N No, I don't Want any ice cream!! 'SEQ Did I hear someone say . . . Kelley'sP as If you can't hack it, rack it. Help!!! A-Q-v, No, 1 rs 1 N x M X I X .. FF N Q X I I :rm f that's three cases of Bud and two bottles of Cutty. OH!! . . . There's that boy again!! Organized disorder. What, me worry? What a crock . ILLANG A The VILL.-XNOYAN, tlie school newspaper of Villanova University, has a long tradition of serv- , Starting in january, lS95, us a publication known as the VILLANOV.-X MONTHLY, the newspaper took on its present format as a weekly in the mid-Twenties. Since then, the paper has won numerous awards, including several All-American and tirst-class rat- ings in the Associated Collegiate Press. With a staff of SO persons, the VILLANOVAN usually runs 12 pages every week, containing news, fea- tures, sports, and editorials. In the past year, the paper has made signiiicant strides in effecting campus reforms. ice No, I don't Work here. .MQW Z Z! 4 i JU 5 f f W i NP-N ifegffp, ,.,, . Y ' bug ,,,,,,,,1... ,MHA ,Y A N 3 n l 5 1 1 x A 1 ' w -v W r i 1 5 i 1 t E I ..-, 1 9' Vilarkknmple Ol as Wwavm-,-,QQ A . D0n,t get the wrong idea!! We'1l never get it past Mr. Ruane. - L . r x 3 I 4 . 1, 3 ,I 41 4 1 w 1 , . , Q , I , v nl E 2-fx s. i, fl as L . i . 4 lv Hi iii!! Q., 1 4 5 V 1 V w 'Al 1 Come on, dear. All work and no play . . . They say William Randolph Hearst started this way? Later, Babe. This is Business. N Www uk-'HAw"' W ' " ' i ' "" "' '--5 ""' "" ' "" ""'---3:1217-M.. .,. -nr 4317: ,rv-AW T124 anijv v ',,,,.,f Covering SGA meetings is a lot of laughs. I V s , Y i 4 i We're poor little sheep, Who have lost our office." f I 1 v K 1 Y w 2 v 1 1 i 1 l x Now where's that bottle!!! lwu-gn- You do nice work. 15 1 .- w 1 1 1 4 I I 'E V -.-- . aw., ra I I Y Y Nt fTi'5fX3f' Qi was H rl- b,1',-. So Little Boy Blue - xi? Helluva staff I've got. You can always sipot an English major. fzv x '25 What, Ano magic marker! Whatts up at Beaver College? Anselm J. Harrison. Thomas C. Thomas. ll A l'llOTOGRAPl-IY DEPARTMENT l .pun l i l I E 1 Rev. Ralph Shurer, O.S.A., Moderator. With experimentation their keynote, -the Photography Depart- ment has expanded with the times by means of a larger staff, better ' equipment, and imaginative leadership. The club supplies pictures for the VILLANOVAN, the BELLE AIR, and many others. 3 David Fudge, Edward Maksimoski, George Tillman, John Arnold, William Halbedel, l Peter Rideg, Robert Sturm, June Rigby, John Thill, Robert Bauer, Bela Gesztesr, Tneswnh ZOE'bV. I l l 1 l 1 I l l l 1 R l if a . , R i 'H . ' . 1- 4 2' I U E1 ff .YQ -f :ga 'if ' Q ' i , . i ' A E f 2 42 if in 1 . ' . , ff lziy . , 1' , 1 5-.if ' f .fvv ", i 7 1, - A. -.- z,!,!!y!!! X It X L , .. .. ,,,, ,,, V g fr,,. ,ffm LV. I---Afanvfi V.. X l 1 R If l ' l l 5 3 3 1 J .. f': -r N.. 5 , , ,,, ,, ,..,.,,,,....,,,.Y,, , ill? , Hey, check that dame! DELTA Pl EPSILON "The success of Delta Pi Epsilon is not due to any one or two members, the success it attained is due to the members who have always evidenced a keen willingness to do their part in any under- taking that will act beneficially to Villanova and to the fraternity." This quotation pronounces the true spirit of Delta Pi Epsilon, it is from Villa- nova's first BELLE AIR, 1922. Although customs and times have changed, and Villanova has pro- gressed from college to university, Delta Pi Epsilon has been able to keep sight of its basic purpose, as stated in a quotation from over a generation ago. You mean to tell me that you rented Convention Hall? Wadda you mean, you're outta beer? We do nice work. These new wigs almost look real. , I K f vi 'I 1 1. 'H' ' - i -. , A , I. . . . , - I ,Vi i .wg ,., ' I, M ,Q-qi S rf F nt RMU- Leon Piiquaricllo, Willi.un Mrllcltczcri, lfrzink Diaz, john Klccncr, John Rice, ro - -- Donald Donlon. William L'.imcron. Riulmrrl lloolc Second Row: Joseph Purrnco. bu-pln-n Kim j lin luxlxi Ntrphln hullo Pctcr Ub1ld1 Michael McLaughlin. Edward Yolz. Robert L'.iv.rllo. Third Row: Robert Morgan. Sgunucl Roni. Miclnir-l Dailey, john livtsch, Michael Doyle, James Mullin, Jeffrey Brodc. Joseph Ritter. Fourth Row: I Edward Murphy, Maurice Pnssginnontc. Dennis lfcrro. Back Row: Dean Goodwin, Timothy Ryan, William Sales, Andrew Preziosi. ohn McGowan. john Reilly, Timothy O'Niull, Pctcr Terry, James Scanlon, Front Row: Joseph Mladinich. Trcasurcrg Louis Cnnmrclo, Social Chairmang john Rabenau, Presidentg William Hurley. Sec Representative. Second Row: Francis Eck. Paul Farrell, john Caputo, Paul Burl-ce. McCaffrey, John Gonzales. Back Row: Nicholas Zaccaria, Albino Venclrasco. retnryz Robert Layne. Vice-Prcsiclcntg Andrew Donohue, S.G.A. Thomas McLoughlin, Bruce "Pact rw fxfcex ,Jb- QQBHYW AHB E? 'H T' 1' ,.YTTf:. 'f' r Y - I.,-f nr V -- Y- , ' -1 .1 , U f ,. ,K--AM H- -.av j-,fn IF.,-YQ .,. -cj.,-i if ,,-7 -4. -.I I , .1 ,ph - , b .ay .v I vff.,-1,11 ,-r , Q V ' . 'Tl' -a-",-sv,-.96--.5 1-.' ' 1' ...' ' .3 f'-. - f' , ' -xi .4 -" . -,---., -.'f..,- V' V' iv' ' .' ,-.,-- . .' .331 .- ,f ' r.,..'--ttf rf - -., ,....---..' -, ,. - ' . "- A 114' - .. .. -H.. ,,.., .il 'A,,,,:-iq, 1.-.-, ,,4ff.-3 .L 1, X -U - - , . ,..-t .,',. .A-, L- 441131-:-me .V 'gg' V Yeti. - v :ff iv : ' 'ff-ur'-i if U 1. f " '-4' -X-A ' 1si'f2.1s..a r - f-f r- 'iff -""7'J' Yi! A , -Q f Q .V ..--5. .1-.if , Y' X ff' ' x, i ,, If, 11... ,. Q- - re- . .,-m-1 . . 4.- X fyfywf ,r,!,, gfff, I V, ,fwa-1 m.,,9-w, .- . 1 Emi t Boy's Town was never like this. DELTA Pl MU Delta Pi Mu Fraternity has several exhibitions of changef First written annals of the organization have it listed as Epsilon Pi Theta or the Classical Society. That was in 1916-17. In 1922, after an incubation period of athletic activities and lectures, the fraternity entered into the field of drama. A revolution within the brother- hood in 1924 by a group of sophomores, apparently strengthened the group and led it to better policies. The new name came in 1948 and the Joyce Keily Mile in 1960 after a reorganization and initiation of an executive council. DPM is one of the first organizations on campus to take the forward step into judicial committees to handle internal policing. Wild what's? l If you don't get outta there in a minute theres gonna be a mess. Come on, Harry, you wanna dance I yi KZVZQW iffy, ,W Ma, W, , ,, fy, ,yy 3' i fi C!! fi' 1 s f.. i .fsffsi ,lyk ., ,M 12.0 kd! Frm, Row: Walter Doran. Timothy Wahl. james Hornberger, Robert Evans, Robert McIntyre VinCe1'1tT3I'31'1tO. William Keane. Michael Oliver. ' -me l il Sggond Row: Ronald Rossini. john McGarvey, Kenneth Smith, Bruce Tullo, Louis Morda, Qstiiilszsib Richard Paini. William Fitzmaurice. 9 QQ Third Row: Peter Bruno. Joseph Fredericks, Charles Ratcliffe, Albert Massi, John Cawley, QQ George DiPaola. William Hart, Joseph Burns. A QQ Back Row: Randall Ruch. Thomas Spain, Michael Daniels, Ronald Simprini, Michael Gurda, james Less, Stuart Bateman. Front Row: William Cleveland, Timothy Wahl. Walter Doran, Joseph Vetrano, Presidentg Robert Marciano, Alfred Dinunzio, Jerome Rubino, Vice-President. Back Row: Michael Farrell, Robert Birmingham, Austin Kenny, Joseph Lovas, Michael Dempsey, Donald Koshlap, Michael Kelly. ..-f'-2953. , ,L Q. " -V '-Af. v4" 4, LAMBDA KAPPA DELTA Lambda Kappa Delta has undergone two distinct periods of change. An early series of evolutionary developments was in the social vein. LKD was the first fraternity to hold a dance off campus. Today's new ideas in the organization are in the field of service. A scholarship fund has been established to aid deserving brothers in the fra- ternity. Orphans Outings give members of the brotherhood another outlet for their charitable feelings. LKD's activities fall into the more mundane areas, with a two week pledging period and annual participation in the Joyce Kiley Mile. 4-'HN A good day for babes and bottles. A 3 l QT 4 1 think Einstein's Theory deserves some thought. ly 7,'xi If X 7 x,, ,..,. ,zf I, I, x.-f, sz M54 lv Front Row: Joseph Prantner, William Thomas, Robert Hughes, Victor Flagiello, Presidentg John Merli, Donald Serafano, Joseph Ferns. Second Row: Anthony Campo, John O'Neill, Henry Kneidinger, James Ferrero, Joseph Andrews, Timothy Turvey, John Ermilio, William Boyle, Walter Comiskey. Third Row: Bartholomew Cobey, James Kunil-1. George McManmon, Anthony Mastropietro, Dennis Montefusco, Paul Bartley, William Chollak, Joseph Maruca. Back Row: James Carroll, William Baldwin, Donald Kozusko, Henry Glah. ,- ' A - - ff ' .' ',5T..:'w""'f','. .'f"x- .Aff Y ,L- ai 14 -Q .1 --.,9"N. Q tx . Q '- . . 'Amit 5 P if .lf f K 'f ll A it N ,X .. 1 E' f!" XQ5X Xl -1, QW' . is lla M y 1 irq- r x sggsx hg sfg. V X K ' 1 4" lfifvum sag: iff. Q X xl 'I Aw, Father, the infzrmary was such a lonely place. PHI KAPPA Pl Phi Kappa Pi has had one major change in its history, which, by the way is the second longest fraternal history at Villanova. In the 193O's, the brotherhood allowed the various engineering frater- nities to take up the academic portion of its pur- pose. The organization continued as a social frater- nity. The fraternity has also divested itself of the Villanova Engineer, a publication which Phi Kap started on its way to a proud history of its own. When put out by the fraternity it had the title The Owl. Temple-Villanova weekend was another function of the fraternity which was dropped soon after the famed football series fell by the athletic wayside. That's the last roll out of Sheehan. We're having a. 4-F party They can't draft me now, can they? Front Row: David Houser, William O'Shea, Joseph Lario, Francis DeSantis, William Riley, Thomas Seweryn. James Shoulder. Thomas Adolph, Elmer Roskovensky, George Nowell, Francis Rehill, Paul McGuire. Second Row: Francis Ashmore. Michael Horn, Peter Amato, Thomas Costello, Francis Faas, Michael Nervi, Robert Gobrick, Anthony Pereira, Joseph Berean, Dennis Malenka. Third Row: Ronald Papszycki. Jonathan Claiborne, Joseph Daniel, Michael Furey, William Shoen- held, Joseph Penell. Robert Caine, Ronald Lamb, Roderick Wille, John Garcia, Paul Krisher. Back Row: Anthony Lordi, Edward Anderson. Thomas Speelhoffer, Robert Heath, Richard Mc- Cunney, Mark Beaty. William Kruk, John Duffy, Francis Kostecky. Front Row: Henry Renk, Treasurer: William May, Sergeant-at-Armsg David Stein, Vice-President, John Mewshaw, Secretary: John Sullivan, President, Anthony Quattrochi. Second Row: David Slack, Gerald Hegarty, Paul Service, James Cichelli, James Gerstner, Peter Wade, Joel DeFreytas, Larry Schultz, Alfred Sarbello. Third Row: Joseph Sclafani, Leo Sullivan, Frank Fleming, Bernard Wagner, Thomas Felty, Thomas Murphy, Anthony Carbone. Mr. Murphy, Moderator, Joseph Sciarro. Fourth Row: Frederick Weiss, Leo Doyer, Francis Morrissey, Michael Gray, Theodore Hack, Joseph Cognetti, John Barrow, Raymond Kane, Paul Vincent, John Macknis, Henry Seager. Back Row: Gregory Kuzniewski, James Durborow, Jeff Kumer, Frank Duff, Gerard Brett. that I 'Am . .qv Q9-' - sz, ,,., ni, .5 . LA V,-W . hi We're the Metrecal-For-Lunch-Bunch. Pl THETA Cl-ll Female determination to become permanently woven into the campus fabric is exemplified by Vil- lanova's first sorority-Pi T-heta Chi. A member of Inter Fraternity Council, the sorority is now un- der its governing body and subject to its jurisdic- tion. Pledging is open to all female students. The girls brighten campus life with their Homecoming float, mixer and the annual dinner dance. The en- thusiasm and gaiety exhibited in the girls' social events is mirrored in the hearts of the children of St. Gabriel Hall, where the sorority is a welcomed How sweet it is. i "wtf ., :S visitor. Where are they when you need 'emP KN s s . .stsss t i it K . gg N X' X is si K. AWN kkk- K it s . K psig . wit ' X i 4 Q S V -..t ..t. X r -Q XX err.-so f N- ii, Who's that dancing on the table? 164 l ff f I M.. ., 1 ,. 5 .. A- A Y as.,-. ..,".,, - .,1'4' 5, , Y' ifawtfrvsk , vibe ' 'N' f ' V ' Qguixtllll. J Front Row: Marie Gadren, Maureen Mahan, Nadine Coyer, Theresa Wilson, Linette Riva, Lucille Cerchiaro, Judith Garwood, Virginia McMahon. ggfond Rena: Laurel Kerwin, Winifred Wolfe. Marguerite Stuhler, Mary Lally, Alice Hulse, Louise Slacl-1. Kathleen Bennett, Veronica Dankel, Janice McCarthy. Third Row: Barbara Eppig. Maureen Stianchi, Marjorie Cawley, Elaine Bonner, Susan Hughes, Jeanne Marrow. Maureen Hogan. Adrienne Corrao, Mary Dorner. Back Row: Joanne Brubaker. Eileen Fynes. Diane Bensing, Janice Zeller, Marianne Amster, Eugenie Neppl, Maria Diesner. Front Row: Elizabeth Dorner. Secretaryg Carol Catanese, Vice-President, Carolyn Bird, President, Margaret Isacco, Treasurer: Maureen Regan, I.F.C. Representative. Second Row: Valerie Herbstritt, Nancy Hammel. Carol Donohue, Mary McCarthy, Joyce Wooley. Third Row: Patricia Herlihy, Marijean McF:1lls, Eileen Kellenberg, Elizabeth Grabowski, Elizabeth Hobdell, Patricia McErlane, Catherine Boykin. Fourth Row: Patricia Grady, Barbara Park, Theresa DiRocco, Judith Klirnek, Nancy Tomney, Jane Jernigan. Back Row: Jeffra Dien, Elinor Wasileski, Ann Konzen. Mm 'Sf' 1 .116 su .A .55 x .-s-P'-'-. .- '-5 Swv-4 5 R R ,Jef X , Q 5 v Xt!! l x X Z o l l X , A R :gANx Y : X X .-.F ,,W.nunrf'Y"3' ' mi., ', fr M -Q q.'xflfaf'4. ' 'UIQ-' L, i 1 A. dvd-lb i I nl! ,192 x pf 5 327 S 'V ., 4 . iii' T' g wi... CJ ,-'ff' xl, QT? W 'fin , "' ff , tw M ' Q31 xi LX yqgv- 5 0014's W ' x 8 Zfn v , 29 4 .."" -,A ,fy 4. . ., Ng- N fn 'ff 5, XmV-1... L X,:.x,,,h, mm . Q 9 dw- , Q N wfig,,g V 'f-!-f- I Y. 1, 'M 1 - Q ., 1 . 44: S , X . , f ,ff I ,rf X I r I I l -I Q., 5-W 'HQ 2 lf, fr,f"'lad'N lg g . gr-WN X., .,,, 2 fl Q W' 1,. 'g"'. .rf l ,V ':,.u,,-f, gp., lv l 1 ' ' 'l' ' T-av' K f' A il , MP7 A f l , 3 5 F, I S 5 Robert Gallo, Jerome Rubino, William Thomas, President, Donald Kozusko. li it ll :I r rl ,gl DELTA EPs1LoN SIGMA S ll le S ,. Scholars in the College of Arts and Sciences are honored by membership in Delta ll Epsilon Sigma. Composed of the top ten percent of the Junior and Senior class, they seek to advance their own knowledge and that of their fellow students. l 1 3 3 3 Carlisle Morgan, Andrew Sheridan, Dennis Murray, Richard Galli, Ronald Fletcher, Joseph Torregrossa, Thomas Felty. ,l l 2 E . l, lil 1 .ll 4 . tw ! e . E I A 5 r w 4 ii '. I 5 ' F.-. gf Q - ,, . ,A an XI,-3, , A 7 F4 Q-,..x .- -i Ts Ai if X fix? Q3 X., -x sv N 'X r NS X A,m,sMx, 11 -V ll Y F' '1 Q il f rv, , .X ' , fnffw.. c' K., V , 7, I ' -Y New 'X X I fm','-'I A. I X. X, 'F vig. 1 l if? R f wr'-. ,, ,XA 5 9, t X, ,QRS K , +V M Nl 'RNs l l 1 - , 7' , ' f 5. L..- , ,nw e',,,,,. , . L'SA",P"' TTY. Qs, 1 tg - ETA KAPPA NU dvd' Front Row: Joseph Pasternak. Veronica Wyrwas, Stephen Schramm, Paul Sarnoski. Back Row: Philip Ackerman, john Kulesza, Bernard Trott, Robert Della Croce, Lawrence Unger, John Mewshaw. Front Row: Gerard O'Brien, Treasurcrg Richard Mazzini, President, joseph Penarczyk, Vice- Presidentg Joseph Yuen, Secretary. Second Row: Leonard Deerkoski, james Refi, Henry Seager, Gabriel Battista, Robert Jansen Robert Lesniewski, Edward Freeman. Back Row: Raymond Hughes, John Watson, Francis Chapman, Robert Keefe, ,Theodore Hack, Fred Link, John Kichula. , . rc 14 Ri-- -X-G ' fgfhz i The Villanova chapter of Eta Kappa Nu received its charter in.1961. Since thefb its membership comprising the top students of Electrical Engineering, h-HS grown In Humber and quality. tutor' ' pp y ' f ll mem mg: and hlmself through intellectual rapport with the faculty and e OW ACCCptance affords its members the o ortunit to help his fellow students, thfgzfil v W Env, , ,W Y Y. - ,-,......-.-W -7- --A j ,,,,e.l,,t,ci J s l 1 l GAMMA PHI n l l I 1 3 l E I 4 zz . K A r, f EX! Front Row, Kneeling: Walter Spath, Secretaryg Anthony Giachetti, Presidentg Brian Krupar, Treasurer. Second Row, Standing: Gary Tessitore Horace Barber, Edward Carter, Edward Cieehon, Ir., Jose Buera, Kevin O'Brien, David Banmiller. ' ' ' ll A ti Back Row, Standing: Dominic Favieri, Bruce Lombardo, DaV1d Pease, Thomas Coste o, gos no Fabietti, Joseph Overbaugh, James Collins. Efforts aimed at tutoring and scholastic development are the principal aims of the Commerce and Finance Division students, enrolled in Gamma Phi, the business honor fraternity. A competitive interview, coupled With a 3.0 scholastic average and junior or Senior standing are the requirements of this fraternity. Iohn A. Coughlin, O.S.A., Moderator w..,.,,-,,,,,m W-,-N Bmw Stephen Kearney, Vice-President, Frank Fleming, President 3' Charles Griffin, Executive Vice- President. Pi Sigma Epsilon is the National Professional Fraternity for students in Econo-mics, Marketing, and the Administrative Sciences. Members are chosen on the basis of high scholastic average and extensive participation in extracurricular activities. A striving toward a truly professional image for students in Commerce and Finance and preparation for careers in corporate leadership mark the Alpha chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon. I '1- a .4S'c D-Gr I le Pl SIGMA EPSILCN Front Row: Richard Anderson, Philip Evans, Michael Farley, Sergeant-at-Arms, John Repko, Joseph Kehl, Secretaryg Charles Griffin, Executive Vice-Presidentg Frank Fleming, President, Stephen Kearney, Marketing Vice-President, Robert Kenin, Treasurer, Eugene Fitzmaurice. Second Row: Craig Long, Peter Bollenbacher, Robert Schaumann, Peter Stralo, Wayne DiFrancesco, Edward Carter, Dominic Acque, Charles Wargo. Back Row: James Longon, Thomas Teti, Robert Briles, Ross DiBono, David Johansing, John King, Thomas Halphen, Anthony Morello, Peter Maggio, Robert Hurleigh. Front Row, Kneeling: Gabriel Falla, Corresponding Secretary, Peter Beaty, Vice-President, John - ' ' ' R dinf' Secretary. Rohrer, President, Philip Lauriello, William Carnes, ecor ,, Second Row, Standing: Barry Lupe, George Hogg, Jeffrey Langan, Vincent Marziani, Federico Echeverria, James Carboni, Robert Biese. Back Row, Standing: Gary Dzikowski, Thomas Yezerski, Peter Visalli, John Zoubek, John Fry. Pl TAU SIGMA In a field rife with change, Pi Tau Sigma changes little in that it is an honor fraternity devoted to the constant goal of enhancing faculty-student communication. With scholastic achievement the primary prerequisite for admission, Pi Tau Sigma is made up of the top Mechanical Engineering students in the school. Hey, who let that Nurse down here? mu B E r fx 1' 1 l'hc l'v1ilisyl,l.,,,, V. - 'x lhul'1 eh-I . plc! ol llu Bell P. . l on nplliilmg l,iM.' U. N .' ' 1 1 1 I IS, . society his 1 mm Mull mxlllllcfl In 1901. Ever sincediie Eliilvely new Organization ' A -A !.'owu stern ilv iu ho 'S eginni . th number - ng, the fratern 1 and diversihed ' ' ' 3 EICLIVILICS. llisliu-'uislu'd sglm ' H - . llll'5llll3 iq ll r - Cllmmmc mlm 'USU L me prrmuty requisite fo d . . - . l possess both inte .- r a mission. An el' 'bl gmy and breadth of i lgl e nterest. ,NRQ .0 Ov Q0 x Mg, -1 . . app Ac A ,Z fr , A54 -.1 1-'-:.N.,n., 6524- " ' ,V , fs , f if , N ., A , 7-ffhgi , f J' ' v f,. W ..-" 4,522 " 'J' f azfzff-staff, i ,-,. JI.. , 5,7 1 . ,WJ I - .. , , 11--i 'A "4 f , V Glaff-414,32 fl if ' - . , . sfyjf djib-53, ,ini ,l V 'Vw' 'iv My ,V, i d SGA Rep ' james Refi Secretary, Peter Beaty, Treas- Front Row, Standing: Rodney Plour e, . . . ., , urer, Philip Lauriello, President, Harold Daniels, Vice-President, Gerald McCue, Corresponding Secretary, Joseph Sclafani, Recording Secretary. Second Row: Raymond Hughes, Vincent Marziani, Thomas Ten Eyck, Robert Jansen, Henry Seager, Gabriel Battista, Frederico Echeverria, Joseph Penarczyk, Joseph Yuen. Third Row: Frank Purcell, George Klein, Gerard O'Brien, Francis Chapman, Michael O'Donnell, Robert Lesnicwski, Edward Freeman, Robert Della Croce, Gerald Lione. Fourth Row, in-between: David Buscher, john Zoubek, John Rohrer. Back Row: John Zucker, Armando Greco, John Watson, john Kichula, Fred Link, Edward ' C ack, Leonard Deerkoski. Lowery, Audley Ciamporcero, John Franz, Richard Mc orm U2 VJ In recent years inter-collegiate sports have endured much criticism from those who consider them unnecessary or over-emphasized. But, fortunately, they remain, they continue to serve as the crystalizer of school spirit, the focus of university enthusiasm. They, too, have evolved with the other aspects of Villanova. The change in a sports program can be observed in the modernization of the older games, but also in the establishment of newer diversions, such as Lacrosse, Rugby and Crew. Intramurals have likewise expanded with golf and cross country, but, perhaps the most significant evidence of development can be discerned on the sidelines: Villanova now boasts girl cheerleaders. 14 we Y I Mn f if X6 .f . P' , wi A h E. -I- :WN "JJ u 'f x A' 5. ll .IH 4xx 44 I . 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Couple this with the toughest grid sched- ule in four years and you have the '65 season. With the line new at their jobs and the backiield hobbled with injury, the Wildcats played many afternoons of catch.-up ball. Yet despite the fact that only one victory was gleaned, Villanova came close to the biggest wins in nearly half a decade. Outplaying nationally ranked Washington State, the Cats saw victory stolen with Z minutes to go. Villanova riddled the rugged Virginia Tech line all afternoon and missed a tie by eleven inches. 1965 might not have been fabulous, but it certainly Wa.s amazing. h Valenza and Ray Covi move Senior Lineman Jerry Strid smothers Quantico ball carrier as Jo n in -to assist. Cv X 9 sa I ' I Scat-back joe Santamauro returns punt in early moments of Buffalo game. ' T K- 5? -f -'J' Q s win? 'lr ',,'7'wl',1,, A ,lg 5. ig. M2 li ilk, heg1i"f3fV1A,'f', 'ff ' ' V, ., ,rv-.T 3, Qi, , by 455. .align 23635,-R' M -5 N ,g , ' f MCM HH A ef 7 1965 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova 7 .....,................. O.. Toledo 9 Boston College ZS Washington State 24 24 21 . , ..,..., Delaware .. West Chester 13 End Paul Sodaski snares aerial despite close guarding of Marine defender. Villanova Villanova Villanova . . . . O Xavier 35 . . . . . . Quantico 32 i 180 Villanova . . Virginia Tech Z1 Buffalo 20 Tom Flandera, Wildcat end, makes spectacular grab near goal line in close contest with highly-favored Virginia Tech. In one of the more memorable moments of the '65 season, fullback Dennis Ditze returns kick-off for an SO-yard touchdown run against the Rams. l Wildcats' Geary puts Leatherneck back into orbit. f vs W' faq.. E53 Dave Connell jukes a West Chester lineman on one of his patented roll-outs. Rich Fabrizio takes a breather during the Boston College game. Z ,Z 5 N '1 gs ii! 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W , x ' , A a '54,-Q, s we "U, 3' gf-W wgfga , xi a , , .N .."'S-.Q e-25, ,ghmfrr 1 ' a N -- .xlizt . f A' '3:- . 9- ,4- , N-agyzqigllgiw L ,V Lab A T v 5. f .... K 5 '74 .i 'Q' 5, . as' Q E, .A xx? Q iw , rig' t , i 1 je- f,,i,y,,w , ,J , i 5. 'X Q .. , fl rf a ,."' Vf l fi U 'ff 1e, i,,f, -,,, J . " ' f ' ' A 4 ' f . , f Led by Dave Capozzi, Dave Connell carries the ball into Leatherneck territory. Halfback Joe Santomauro skirts around left end for a first down fx ,sn-, i l ""' I s 'vfqy W ' .Ti V , ' , 8 V, in H 1 I Ttym- arse Z f? 'dz Q A 1, f A 1' '-f-W , l . ,L -4- 'H f - G '2 i?W7.'!1'7 ze' .' . wa!! I 5' ' i V - " .2 Z 7 3 4 J 7 X355 1 '43 37311 9" T XRS 2 ' fp' A ' WW ,? 1 2, 1 X , r fm l ms"--CV N3 Halfback John Kolmer spots a hole opened up by Tom Brown and Jerry Bellotti. Soph center Mike Poehner takes a. break during a rugged second half. Key receiver John Schunke catches Boston College off guard for another gain. 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Q, 1 'g g ,sm WAYS' J +g4Sg,e,h:.-ry, - sq:-35-br - ' -N-3 5:'i?w'X ' 39' ' I S- M59 2- J ia:-Av YN ifx'Z5gfff5'jLeiEo5'bLfQl52'f1'f?fTY-51515:,r ,bw , 1 -- - f y , 1. f , , . ,. .es . -,.1-.,-..xf,,, ,.j iq.,-5.- X we , , .g,. .A, ,eagle W ,Y 4 we ,Q xy KT., f ees' .ef f Safety Don Koshlap makes a key interception in' the West Chester game. W ffl ffl? ,W QW .iv i , 'if ,ffffffdq , l ,, ,fy V, W Aff f iff , fl! fffWff Wy Of, , if Q7 4 , flff Dave Connell leads thc way for sophomore back Brendan Murra5'- 185 ,...1.--I W U ,AN .YY 7-ef Y-A-Y F R K Bosacco Barry Werkheiser Frank Boal, Jim Third Row: Tom Brown, John Moss, Clarke Mester, George Martln font ow: en , v , . . - - W W' ' , Bob Traylor Norm D'Agostini, John Sodaskl icoslllaf' Shawn Relschmann' Mike Zlzzo, Ed Cleleckl, Frank F0232 Ilzlflrxslksst. Coach Chappie Moore, Asst. Coach Ted Aceto an , . Q s ' S1231 Row: Phil Walch, Dennis Kelly, Tom Shegrue, Joe Keiffer, Mike FOX, DCHPIS Walnwflilfr idE120:gai1DiZk Moore Frank Bogle Tim Murnone, Bill Donaldson, Al Moschella, Mike McDonald. 101111 Alden, Mike Bekella, 03.0 lc ae - FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Alex Bell's football program is greatly enhanced by his newly acquired gridders. The Wildkittens walloped Bullis Prep, then showed real poise in coming from behind to beat West Chester. Army avenged last year's loss and although the Frosh succumbed to Navy, the game was up for grabs until the final quarter. The Varsity will especially proiit on the line, with such prospects as 6'7" 295 lb. Rich Moore and 6'2" 230 lb. Frank Bogle at tackles. Halfbacks Frank Boal, Dennis Kelly, and Barry Werkheiser should help shore up gaps in the backfield due to graduation. 1965 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SEASON Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Bullis Prep . West Chester Army ..... Navy .. L l b .-1---..- Front Row, Sitting: Ast. Coach jack Devine. Jim Stinger, Larry Second Row: Manager Ed Cunningham, Gene Cothran, Steve Krines Livers. Kevin Traynor. Captain Bill Melchionni, Charlie Coleman. Bernie Schaffer, Frank Gaidjunas, Terry McGuire, Joe Crews, Man- Joe Turk, Trainer Jake Nevin. Head Coach Jack Kraft. ager Al Lupcho. VARSITY BASKETBALL L COACH KRAFT SPEAKS . . "'We started out wit-h one boy with a lot. of 6XI3efienCe, one boy with some experience, and the rest with none. How- ever, through determination and pride we have come to a point where we now have defeated teams with much more talent. Though not one of our stronger squads, tht? b0YS UU' lize what they have in such a manner that will always make me proud of this outfit." - gk.-- ,Wm-.vzL....-a---+ Jack Kraft, Head Basketball Coach 6'9" Frank Gaidjunas provided great rebounding against St. Joe. Pre season experts picked the Cats to be lucky rf they finrshed with ten wrns With only two fifths of the planned lineup available, it looked as rf Jack Kraft was due for hrs first losing season All American Bill Melchronnr was brrl lrant wrth hrs shooting passing and play making but he couldn t do it by hrmself and the Cats lost five of their first seven The turning pornt came rn Madison Square Gardens beat Colorado State and Georgetown The team began to Jell The offense picked up with help from Toe Crews Bernie Schaffer Pete Coleman, and Frank Gaidjunas From there on rn Villanova fans were treated to a special kind of excrte- ment that can only come from underdogs and upsets Clutch buckets from guys lil e Kevin Traynor who nex er plat ed hrgh school ball, and Larry Lrvers who never pl wed college ball all add d could belreve rt l 188 ,assw-vfv-"4"""' - H 7, . . I . . . Y ' n 1 u . 1 Q- N, . ' , - . v . ' . . . . , . - . , , i , . Q Y 7 L .V , . ' . I nu ' 1 Y A I - ' ' ' ' . , e up to a season that was unforgettable if y0l1 After a sluggish loss to Army, the Wildcats came back -to ' ' . Little else can be said about Captain Bill Melchionni. In addition to his 1000 points-plus in college competition, Billy 'provided offensive punch to three tournament teams. But it is his guts, determination and leadership that made him All-.-Xmerican, like the night he Shook off sickness to score 40 points and give his team another chance in overtime. n i X . ,pw 4 A f. AW, COIHC on, Bernie. Nobody ever let's me shoot any more. Traynor decides to drive instead of pass-puts Army defender Hat on his . . . rear echelon. 1965-66 BASKETBALL SEASON V.U. OPP 93 Scranton CHD .., ... S5 59 Providence CAD . , . . . . 69 55 Princeton CAD ...... .,.., 8 2 59 Oregon State CHD .. ovt. 65 65 Toledo CAD ......,. ..... 6 0 60 Pennsylvania CHD . . , . . 73 4668 Army CAD ........ . . . 89 X68 Colorado State CAD . . 57 'F81 Georgetown CAD ... .,.,, 72 56 Temple CHD .,..,. ..,... 5 7 63 St. john's CAD .... ovt. 68 90 Xavier CAD ....... ....,. 8 2 69 St. Joseph's CHD .. . .r. 71 94 Detroit CAD ....... . . . 101 70 Memphis State CAD . 1 , . 69 94 St. Peter's CHD ..... . 66 83 Duquesne CHD ..,. . 60 61 Fairfield CHD ...... . SS 70 La Salle CHD .,.... ,,. 78 93 St. Bonaventure CHD .. 81 76 Canisius CAD ...... . . . 62 79 Niagara CHD ...... .. . 61 84 Memphis State CAD . . . . 78 91 Seton Hall CHD .... .... 6 7 76 DePaul CAD ..,....,.,i....... 73 if E.C.A.C. Holiday Festival Madison Square Gar- den. 'tP0g0" Livers shows the season's biggest surprises. form that made him one of the This isn't the way we worked it in practice. Steve Krines looks for an opening against Temp1e's defense. Number 25 works the ball in against Temple. 42? Bernie Schaffer cuts through Penn to score N X v Reserve guard Jim Stinger warms up before Duquesne. Frank Gaidjunas taps-off against Seton Hall. fx ' Billy Catches the Quakers flat-footed on this fast break Pete Coleman shows the Ivy League a little of that Mainline Magic. NATIONAL INVITATICNAL TCDURNAMENT Billy leading the Cats 18-11 season. Terry takes a shot despite the efforts of Sunny Bernie adds two Dove. I C .,:, Q V v 1 1' iss- 5 J . s Q, .. gr if if ' . . , xt 'Nardy' hooks a lon! one. ,lov wgutcln-5 the Cadets close in. Cats on the move, ' Pete eyes the basket N.I.T. RECORD OPP. St. john's ...,. 61 Boston College . . , . . . 84 New York U. .4 69 Army ........ . . . 65 "VH for Villanova Y "' 7'W1',. - 1 . ,. ,,.,, ,Y, ir WMV pilli, MCDST VALUABLE PLAYER N. I. T. 1966 A happy Bill Melchiormi N . I A V i 1 M I I I I 5 Front Row: Manager Bill Kowalski, Bob Melchionni, John Price, Second Row: Coach jack Devine, john Jones, Paul Espel, Mike Or- Rich Angowski, Jim Feury, Ed Scullin, Frank Gillen and manager mond, Frank McCall, Jim McIntosh, George May and Bill Horlacher. Tom Pawlowski. FROSH SCHEDULE V.U. 76... ...Scranton .. ..27 90... ...Princeton ..54 66... ...St.Joseph's... ..48 90... ...WestChester... ..43 64... ...La Salle.... ..73 81... ...Penn ..74 61... ...Temple ..5S 84... ...LaSalle... ..62 70... ...Penn .... ..61 72... ...St.Joseph's.... ..46 93... ...Temple .... ..8O 92... ...Seton Hall.... ..74 FRQSH BASKETBALL The current crop of Wildkittens just could be one of the addition to introducing them to Villanova defence. These f0p frosh five in the nation. Coach jack Devine blended the explosive players will be called upon next year to keep the skills of former high. school stars jack jones, Bob Melchi- onni, Frank Gillen, Frank McCall, jim McIntosh, George May and john Price into a high powered cohesive unit in they Seem ready for the task' Varsity in the national spotlight. With the likes Of .l0Pe5 shooting, Mclntoshis rebounding, and Gillen s playmaking, TRACK Qaz.,tt,al.aogt Front Row: Trainer jake Nevin, Kenneth Coniglio, Steven Stoddard, Thomas Sullivan, George Conway, Manager Edward Geigengack. Second Row: Equipment Manager Charles Farnan, Stanley Koz- lowski, Albert Adams, Lawrence Livers, Marshall Uzzle, Charles Inexperience seems to be one thing all of Villanova's major sports have in common these days. The loss of stars Noel Carroll and Tom Sullivan hurt Coach Elliott's team, leaving him with a few proven performers and the rest of the Varsity, composed mostly of sophomores. The Wildcats have but three experienced upperclassmen returning: Co- captains Earl Horner and Ken Coniglio, and Bill Heidel- Preas, David Hyland, Coach James Elliott. Back Row: Ass't Coach James Tuppeny, August Zilincar, Joseph 0'Nei1l, Martin Ferko, David Orr, Noel Carroll, Earl Horner. berger. Horner is defending NCAA 220 champion and is equal to anyone in the na-tion in sprints. Ken Coniglio is a fine hurdler who should achieve greatness this season. It is j'umbo's policy this year, as it has been in the past, to try to reach a peak by the time of the IC4-A's. All this team needs is a little time. COACH ELLIOTT SPEAKS . . "Do not look for Villanova to be as outstanding this year as it has been in previous seasons. This team has great po- tential, but needs time and experience to realize its top form. Look for us to come up with a few surprises with the Wildcats improving as the season progresses. It will be dith- cult to recapture the IC4-A outdoor title but we hope to have reached our peak by then in an etfort to do do." Val'5iW Track Coach jim "jumbo" Elliott. TRACK SCHEDULE - 1900 ' V1LLANOVA UNIVERSITY April lo Penn btate ......, ,,.. l , ' H A1-xyvay April 22-25 Iona Relays ,. fxway April 29-30 Penn Relays fxway May 6-7 Qnantico Relays . .. Away May 14 Quantico .......ii... , Home May 27-28 ICAAAA Championships .. Away june 17-18 NCAA Championships .. Away Al Adams holds the lead in the final lap of the half-mile in the MET meet. I W ' 5 ' ' Wax li ,,,:. 1, f.:, A, l ,E pl v 65,9 L Q sI7ie'o V 'X -' I 'I X ,553-fp L 5 if ae' . , 2 s fz. 'Tis' msg f 1 1 I ' ' s" i t A - i- s I 2 "1" ' I - I 1 Vi , " 2 if A ' L tiny.-4-t awa, i2" fi Quarter-miler Bill Heidelberger gets a fast start off the blocks in the City Championship. NCAA 220 Champ Earl Horner and Marshall Uzzle in the first second of the Metropolitan's 220. 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Teammates Earl Horner and Jim Orr do the honors. l ll Against Quantico, pole vaulter George Conway clears the bar at 14 feet. I ' n..f.,,a.n-.,,,,.,.,., ,.,, -,-,,, .r 5 Wig ,, , , gf, AV: on W E ' 'W Q - .fs ' ,W , Mi, ,,., Maw, . E ff' 'WK' ffflfllllf 11111 11:1 "1 ur" ---1-'I at JWMW., ,QU ,ff V 1 ',Z1"' k...,., ,,,,.,,,.,.-tw 1-I'- . ---- sl I . N tr.-..g ' A-,1..,1fr.f X . . - . d ' the I Larry L1Ve1'S and Ken Coniglio take the top spots m the 110-yard hlgh hurdles urmg Metropolitan. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY Front Row: Manager Ed Geigengack, Jack O'Leary, Al Back Row: Assistant Coach jim Tuppeny, Paul Sanborn McCafferty, Charlie Messenger, Harry Degenhardt, Craig Ian Hamilton, Noel Carroll, Dave Patrick, Head Coach Nation. Jim Elliott. E Cross Country got off to a slow start as the var- sity dropped their first dual meet in four years. The loss of seniors Tommy Sullivan, Jim Orr, Marty Ferko and Ove Hyland took its toll in ex- perience. The harriers placed fourth in the IC4-A's breaking Vic Zwolak's old record. Jumbo is happy because the entire team is sophomores. Jack O'Leary, Dave Patrick and Charlie their afternoon workout. Messenger pass baseball field during CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE Villanova 29 Villanova 15 Villanova 33 Villanova 21 Villanova 16 Villanova 33 Craig Nation, Al McCafferty, I'lari-y Dcge Penn State St. Josephs Quantico . St. johns . La Salle .. Georgetown nhardt. lRfRESl-IMAN CRCSS CCDUNTRY The freslnnan cross mllllllll' W-Nlll lll-llXllS X'illnnovn's 'l'rnck future look lllilglll inilccll, .ls llw lfmsll sxwlwl UYUIA l'vnn Stale, Sl. -losclmlfs, Sl. lllhns and ln Salle. llul lllc Sl'.lSUll was lxllwlnwl wllcn llicy won tlle.l.C..-X..sX..X.'s nlw in Yan k'ou1'll.unl l'gu'l4 lwy a lrclllclnloils margin, placing j-3-5-T40, Xcclllcss lo say, llonnvlly, Murlmlly, Gelllyy, Buerkle and Bnrllans will lll.lliC ncxl ycafs varsity tryouts very interesting- FRESHM.-XN CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE Villanova 22 , R . R Penn Slate . ...l..... . . 34 Villanova 15 .4 N- .lll50l3ll5 - 4. 50 Villanova 15 , , St. .lohn's .. .. 49 Villanova 15 S . La Salle ., .. 39 The Freshman Wildcats get used to the demands of col- legiate competition. . - , F nk Murphy, Front Row' Manager Ed Geigengack Dick Buerkle Steve Back Row: Assistant Coach Ilm TUPDEUY ra Gentry, Boh Eaheart, Head Coach Jiin Elliott. 7 Jim Burhans, Mark W0f1d011eCk- VARSITY SWIMMING Although Swimming didn't become a Varsity sport at Villanova until 1966, it came of age here long ago. During Ed Geisz' thirteen year reign, the Wildcats have become a national power in swimming, finishing in the top twenty in the past three NCAA Championship meets. Villa- nova has also developed more than a dozen All-Americans Front Row: Bill Bohrmann, Lee Capellaro. Second Row: Ken Herr, Rich Lamb, Tim Turvey, George Parell, Cap- tain Ray Donnelly, Frank Conlin, Greg Doyle, Den West, Head Coach Ed Geisz. Third Row: John Hoffman, Frank Musico, Ton Brennan, Bob Frey, in the past four years. Last year the mermen swam to an 8-4 mark and a seventeenth place finish in the the NCAA Championships. This year's team is favored to do much better. Three of the main reasons for the optimism are the All-Americans, Ray Donnelly, Joe Parell, and Mike Fitz- maurice. Al Fischer, Bob Brenker, Tom Brady, Managers Peter Alter and Ray Curran. Back Row: Mike Fitzmaurice, john Doherty, Bill Livingood, Chip Friday, Ed Ritti, Manager Tim Wahl, Assistant Coach ,Tack Lumsden. Missing from Photo: Bob Biese, Gerry Gears, Paul I-Iornsleth. Ed Geisz, Head Swimming Coach COACH GEISZ SPEAKS. Wrhe likes of Domlcllyy PRl'0ll. and Fitzrnaurice would Fike any I-GRIN Sil'0ng. But 'behind this trio we have better ,I a ance and depth than weve had in years. A-Xlrlmnglm we lfwe Scheduled tollghfl' Competition, with our current van'- sity and another excellent crop of trosh, we slnmld look forward to ' . . - - - Main Hn. H21 Contnnmlne ot swrnnntng excellence on the s .J 0. Pop barks We lost this one. X X WW X . M X 'e 9 r fs A l 'f w - . . :il s v I. e., 'W . ,V ,A Y . ,eQv....s sf' - f -.. . ex . ,r -Ag Fashion-conscious Mermen sport ubaggiesu during an early meet. All-American Freestylers Ray Donnelly and Mike Fitzmaurice psyche up be- fore the gun. 203 VARSITY SCHEDULE Villanova Opponem 29 1 66 Nlaryland 64 Catholic University .. .. 30 66... ...WestChester...... ..29 40... ...Rutgers...... ..5S 42... ...Army.. H53 61... ...Penn.... --31 35 Princeton . .. 60 35... ...Navy.... H60 56... ...N.Y.U.... H39 73... ...Setonl-Iall.. ..12 57... ...LaSalle .. ...38 37... ...Yale ..58 63... ...St.John's... H32 Breast Stroker Ken Herr gets off to a fme start. . ' i, .Z 7 1 ,, . X fa 1,1 iffy! ff, ' 1, ff 1 ,f 2"f7f,Z,?," ' ' X - M. 'A WJ- .f g.g21?,.ff" Freestyler Bob Frey mirrors the strain of competition. The skillful diving of Bob Biese gleaned many points for the Catfish this season. Captain RHF' D0IlI1k'llY lends the Yillnnoxxi natat0rS 11 Swlmmmg l-ll'l'UIllCS 11 varsity sport. pegs-un-v.m........- Front Row: Trainer Jake Nevin, Paul Pecoraro, Gene Rampone, Ed Parello, Mike Zaia, Jack Emery. Second Row: Tom Edwards, Jim Johnston, Assistant Coach Larry Shane, Coach Art Mahan, Jack Grasing, Sam Greenwood, Mike Yantis. BASEBALL 1965 marked a century of baseball on the Main Line campus. Time has been good to us, as Art Mahan's baseball players have finished in the top Eastern seven for the last 14 years. After a poor beginning, last year's Wildcat Nine swept 15 straight wins but were unfortunately denied an NCAA bid. 1966 sports an even better outlook and whisper- 1UgS about tournament play are already in the air. Gene Bamlwne and jack Grasing will give backbone to -the pitch- 1118 Staff, and Sam Greenwood and Dion Vonder Lieth look Verb' Capable at center and short. A healthy George Pond at center could help clinch it. Villanovafs second century of baseball is off to a fast start. Varsity Baseball Coach Art Mahan E Back Row: Jim Krammer, Paul Puchalik, Bill Bergold, Dion Vonder- Lieth, Vic Majewski, Andy Candelmo, Jim Morcey, Jack Theisen, Manager John Patane. N ot Shown: Art Mahan, Ir., Andy Camelio, Bob Hall, Tom Marziaz. Manager Bill Bates. COACH MAHAN SPEAKS . , "The 1966 season appears to be a good one. With thie return of two veteran pitchers, we have power on the moun, Barring injuries at catcher, pitch-er, short, and center, Id say We are very strong up the middle. This should give us enough to stay in any ball game. I am more optimistic at ' h h turned the outse out to be very successful." t of this season than I was last year, w 1C 'Vff-I' 7 gf, !7,'v1: ' me .ees or -Q jjfz ' . ' f. 5 f V V Q 'V ' ,..-- y a K. X 'l1:pk4,X,'2eV I ' v' a.- .. Qi, " ' ' -wi? - ,-Pali' ' , 'A W, Q . A M Q, ig, -4 , ,-' Wfillgifrizfff . 4 , 1 ' 1' ' ' ' A - -V Y" 1 i'Iff- - . -. 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Fath r KI liusl MCGCCllfll1, Lhznlcs' bmtlmr, unveils t-hc new mcinorigil along with e e otca and 1'z1thc1' Donncllon, Bonrcl of 'l' s .Aff e-Eg -f - fl' V-- ?"': iQ 2? 'E Cel C E i U31 ' 4 .ax , O .9 '- ., ,. 5. ' s,-Qi:iiL',?-F'-3 LQ34 -SX 515 .'f:.fLt'Q"'Q ' lj Centerflelder Tom Edwards waits on deck during the Army Coach Art Mahan talks strategy before a crucial Big Five game. game. Dion von der Lieth receives congratulations from his teammates after hitting a grand slarn in the LaSalle game. gike Zaia comes home as he, Bill Bergold and a forlorn Oh Hall catcher watch the 'Cats try for a double. ' ' ' - g ' K Li .i.J,b A5335 S6?P'i""'M'15 "fir E42-whffi Qgsswgetf'-,Sea 5em,vl3:vPf'--'r'?"f 22 Avfk-r 1 - gf w-. . . -1 'Mgr' ..,-i , r .-'ag-:L gag.-' -gr - .1 - .s r ,. ..- ..-J. '-L4 if 51. - .gf Tj: Lex -fits ffl . . M: Nw.. .... A - -11 ' v ., 4 ' Y E., . .. :' 'HQ F" A 6 1 H' 1 .,., . I V ,, K.. .,k . 08 x K If via... .9-' . of ...- Jax-' , vb 5. 1 -' - il ' -"EP fi. Q 4 ,... W. ,fl .. , " - 4- I V , N, ' , ,-fy ff -5.3 .., ' ' M- h, .K 5, U, ,,,,V r ,f.r.,.,,,- . F V ...I -V,- Ml' ,,,,,i-. ,, -Q73 7 , 6 5:1 rf f Mar. Mar. Mar. Apr Apr Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr Apr Apr. Apr Apr Apr Apr. Apr. Apr. May May BASEBALL SCHEDULE- 1966 26 28 30 2 S 6 7 9 12 14 18 20 22 25 27 29 30 7 13 . Penn .... Bowdoin . Rider .... Seton Hall New Hampshire . . . . . . Princeton ...... . . . LaSalle . . . Navy .... West Chester . . . . . Delaware . . . . . . St. joseph's . . . . . Fordham . Army .... Temple .. Rutgers .. Ithica . . . Lafayette . Penn State LaSalle . . . Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Away Away Away Away Home Home Home Home Home Away Home Home Front Row: Peter Stenner, james Beniuto and "Boots" tero, Karl Danz, Peter Collins-Conan Second Row: Terence McGinley, co-captain Thomas Willson, Diet- Fourth Row: Robert Henricks, Lee Bacik, David Como, Gene Piper man Parchingar, Victor Cardoso, Kevin O'Malley. Walter Helderman, Stephen Carney. Third Row: Joseph O'Donnell, Neal Feldman, co-captain jan Mon- SOCCER The youngest sport on campus, Soccer is still enduring the pains of birth. Yet its progress from O-3 in its first YEHI: to a 3-4 record this season exemplifies the spirit and dedlcation which will surely spawn Winning seasons in the near future. T-he current lineup boasts players from as C10Se'as the Main Line to as far as Austria and Hong Kong. Leavlng the club this year are the three who brought soccer to Villanova-jan Montero, Tom Willson, and Terry McG1nley. Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Villanova Kevin O'Mall9Y 1965 VARSITY SOCCER SCORES St. Ioseph's O ...,............,.......... 1 - , , ...... Haverford 3 , , , , . . Eastern Baptist 0 , , , ........ Penn 1 . . . ...,.. Haverford 3 . I I , . . Eastern Baptist 0 .. . .... St. Joseph's makes a crucial steal against Eastern BHPti5l- Front Row: Richard Santoro Cco-captainb, Ray Hollander Cco-cap- Thzrd Row Tom Spam Ron Meyer Edward P3111 Ed V012 tain, Fourth Row Jack Ross Tom Caramore Pete Mills Jim Higgms Second Row: Ed McFadden, Iames Ryan, James Bonaiuto, Bill Back Row Ed Caughlin Colm Connor Kevin Tyler Don Swartz Cattie, Dick Hook. R J H Pete Mccarthy LACRDSSE The Lacrosse Club has come a long way in its five years on campus. The 1965 edition, captained by Jim Rantanen and Bill White, won eight in a row after its only loss of the season. Victories came over such teams as Georgetown, Franklin-Marshall, Dickinson and Penn. The returns of most of last year's club plus the enthusiasm of new players makes Coach Gene Melcher look forward with great opti- mism. Tvhis year's squad will be led by Co-Captains Ray Hollander and Rick Santoro. Villanova's Rick Hook shrugs off defender's stick while advancing the ball. fi! in r." 3 fldh -acl '5 JS' 5' 4'-'ai ' . .Q A, . . N . U -M, c fx.. A "' . - - . ,v1,,,,L, W, ,X , , '1.-',, 5. , , W" 'V' y .A l awe-Ura' f.f- , .. kg-14 3 - - -4 i - l Bill White uses a little persuasion to jar ball from fallen C. W. Post attacker. The Cats are on the attack against Farleigh'DiCkin50n- Munn... -...1,..-,.,. -. .. . Front Row: Richard Crawford, Joseph Forns. Second Row: Frank Donlan, Victor Sarkission, Vice-Captaing Mich- ael Kain, James McCusker, Peter Conserva, John Thomas. Q Back Row: Coach Francis Coughlan, Robert Gallo, Don Guerrieri, Donald Campbell, Walt Gordon, Richard Ward, William Clark, Haller La Rue, Captain. RUGBY Rugby on the Main Line is one of its fastest growing sports, and a most amazing phenomenon. Not only does it provide crisp excitement for its participants, but the revo- lutionary barley and corn nurtients taken by players, and spectators alike provide a party-like flavor never equalled at the Palestra. Rugby is mostly hard Work though, and this year Villanova earned a distinguished record against rough collegiate ruggers and some of the roughest "ringers" ever to be imported from the British Isles. 1965 RUGBY SEASON Villanova Opponent O .....,. . . . Pittsburgh Rugby Club .,........ . 14 6 . . . . . Philadelphia Rugby Club . A . . O 3 . . . . . University of Virginia . . . . . . 6 14... ...Penn ......... .3 11... ...Lehigh,.. ,. O 6... ...Princeton..,.... ,. O 13... ...St.Joseph's....,. ,. 6 6 . . . . . . jefferson Medical . . . . . 6 The last few yards are always the hardest. w-.-K P I u v 3: Captain Spence Jones keeps score. That was a nice strike, George. But try to keep the ball ,Www off the ceiling. BOWLING Bowling has been around Villanova for quite a while. The keglers come off of a highly successful season, having won first place in the Delaware Valley Conference and runner-up in the Eastern National Round-Robins. Perhaps their big- Front Row: Howard Riley, Rich Broderick, James Rowley, Spencer I Jones, James Doubek. I l gest feat last year was capturing the Region 3 Association of College Unions Crown over twelve of the finest collegiate teams in the East. Despite the turnover in personnel, the outlook is extremely favorable. Back Row: Manus O'Donnell, Maurice Passannante, George DiPaola, Pat Redmond, Ralph DeFour. l r r l l I v s r l T 1-Q., If 1966 RIFLE TEAM Wildcat marksmen, led by co-captains Ed Casper and Ed Millison, have shot down some of the finest competition this year in their rise to major ranking among the countryis rifle teams. Returning lettermen have bolstered the sharp- shooters as deadeye frosh add potential to the high- Hying 'Cats, under their military moderator, GySgt. Joseph A. Migliacci. Front Row: Frank Smith, Steve Pribula. Second Row: Ted Lewandowski, GySgt. I. A. Migliacci, U.S.M.C, CCoachD, Mike Wilhelm, Hank Maccaro. Back Row: Fred Halek, Co-Captain Ed Casper, Co-Cap- tain Ed Millison, Andy Wofford. Team Captain Jim Bushong. The hip-shooting Villanova pistol team has em- blazoned a fiery path on the collegiate victory trail as they rank in the top five in national standings. Following the tradition of All-Americans in sports circles at Villanova, the shooters have garnered laurels under captain jim Bushong, Tony Mascia, and Ted Laven. The 'Cats have crushed tough teams like the Coast Guard Academy, MIT, and the Merchant Marine Academy, While placing fifth in Conven- tional competition and third in International type competition. Front Row: Chuck Croney, GySgt. I. A. Migliacci, U.S. M.C CCoachJ, Larry O'Malley Marty Plante, Mike Reitan Bacla Row: Bill McGettigan, ,Jim Durborow, Ted Laven, 1 9 6 6 P I S T 0 L T E A M Captain Jim Bushong. I I .s 'l l l l x ,Q X 1 Captain Bob Birmingham prepares to body check OlShea during a scrimmage. Front Row: Dean Goodwin, Duff Morgan, Tom McCormick, Warren Gabaree, Mike Loscalzo, Bob Moran, Mike Lebreck. Back Row: Paul Viano, Marc Clement, Steve Santoro, Drew McKinn- ley, Jay Maguire, Captain Bob Birmingham, Brian O'Shea, Hilary Russell. H ,U - vi , I Brian O'Shea and Marc Clement discuss pre-game strategy before the Temple game. HQCKEY Losing only one member of last year's team, the Villa- nova Icemen enter their eighth year of competition with a solid nucleus of veterans. The toughest test of their nine game schedule will be local power Penn. It is conceivable that this could be the most successful season in the history, judging by early momentum. Villanova 5 Villanova 3 Villanova 6 Villanova 1 Villanova 2 Villanova 1 1965-66 HOCKEY SCHEDULE Lafayette Q A 1 , U . . . Temple 0 I A I . . Bucknell O I ' A . . . Rutgers 5 A A U ..... Lehigh. 2 U U V . . . Lafayette 2 Z 216 VARSITY SENICDRS . WW ,,,. W ,,,- V W' -ff' r 5 'S if ' W' 1 f X , . i ,,,.4 ,, ,.,,,. M WW X , , ,,,.,., f fKf" ff V f: f-M 'M' lbw, Y 1. ,,,,.,..'- yr-M MV, M M Aw ,,,,,i, ,, V J Harold Walters, John Kelleher, Richard Fabrizio, Joseph Santomauro, Albert Becker, David Connell, Lawrence Jones, Thomas Brown, David Capozzi, Gerald Strid, Donald Koshlap, Joseph Scerca. Football Baseball Dion Von der Lieth, Thomas Edwards, William Bergold, Paul Pecoraro, Paul Puchalik, Edward Parello, William Bates. QR S. 34.9. serif?-ff? E awww wail 1-v's,-vf""NM X ask -f-1 'Q ' Basketball st' sv William Melchionni, Bernard Schaffer, Kevin Traynor. Track Charles Preas, John Croushore, Joseph O'Nei1l, Earl Hor- ner, George Conway, Kenneth Coniglio. Swimming Eugene Brennan, Dennis West, Robert Fry, Raymond Donnelly, Raymond Curran, Kenneth Herr, Robert Biese. Bill Graham uses the fairway wood. Bill Graham, Phil Danford, Bill White, Jack McNamara, Frank Maiczan. , Captain Bill White warms up on the tee- GOLF Each Spring marks the beginning of another golf season at Villanova, with the Wildcats running in fast company with Penn State, Lehigh, Army and Navy, all perennial powers. The team plays its ho-me matches at Aronomink Country Club, long regarded as one of the most challenging courses in the East. With five players returning, this year's edition, led by Captain Bill White and long hitting Bill Graham, looks forward to a high-ly successful season. March April April April April April April April April April Away . Home Away Away Home Home Away Away Away Home l INTRAMURALS Contact in intramural basketball is usually more reminiscent of Franklin Field -than the Palestra. One of the cleaner moments in the Championship game. ..i-.Y 1 L The newly constructed hand-ball court gets a lot of business. 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X XX X,X X XX X X XXX he XXX: is X - XXX. .X Q X A N W' IXXXX- X X X X w XX. X -XX x X - X: A X T S XXNX Xk xl XXX S X X 5 if Y Int N wiki M,m,..,mnevv""""" Rexx X Qu Intramurals recentls lnauburated a specral program for Latln Amer1can students SNEAKS ONEY WX SS Blll Graham has problems wlth a 1 10 spht Newly refurnished Alumni Gym houses some pretty hot contests. ,.-, 42.37. Body Contact in Volley Ball can make your day a little different. The Skins 32-Shlrts 20. 221 y 'wir' Q4,, , F , ,i--Y "'-gs, NJ if CO Whenever there are people, there is a need for social diversion. This criterion capsulizes the social development at Villanova over the years. In addition to the relatively older and more traditional Sophomore Cotillion, Junior Week, Senior Weekend and Homecoming, the social scene has witnessed the establishment, within the past ten years. of Sophomore Charity Outing, Junior Charity Weekerxd and Parent's Weekend. This year alone has seen further expansion, in the Sophomore Dinner Dance and the Junior Ring l'Veekcnd. X lm.. 'Fw ""'F-N ling, . X 7' X 77,71 Z X Sf z iw L! sf' rg wi 'll- ANN HQMECQMING Bid five hundred and we'll throw in the crown. Who said elephants can't Hy. The band stopped playing an hour ago, dear. I don't know where they come from, I just deliver them. 4.1, N 133, 3? f f -A -'if' - -liwii og y , M :kv t '44 My if W sf? .. ' , ,K ,.. 'J w 5 'iffy-'I 1' x ,,..,.n-ev' He plays the white keys. Homecoming should be remembered for many reasons this Year: there was the rally Friday night interrupted by the pelting rain dropsg which did not, however, dampen the enthusiasm at the Dance which followed. Decorated fantastically in accordance with its theme, the affair acted as a come-on for a crowd streaming in at every entrance. The Wildcats racked up a win on the gridiron Saturday afternoon against West Chester as the famed duo' of Ferrante and Teicher, along with the Rooftop Singers, entertained thatnight. We sing between the cracks. Q' 5 Did you have to bring your toothbrush? For the first time in the University's history, the Sopho- more Class held a Dinner Dance, which is probably Why the whole weekend was unique. T-he Four Seasons per- formed Friday night Qthey even sang, tooj. Saturday the football team, unfortunately, found its Way into the losing column again. That night, with no table plan but with the "Critters," the Falcon House was invaded. SGPHCDMORE WEEKEND Tonight's proceeds are going to our qbarbers, who need the money. 5 me X .7 3 i 1? i fl M! I Lassie, you've come back! Will someone please get that mike out of my ear! When are they going to clean the table? Waiter, we'd like one order of spaghetti and meatballs for the head table. Do you Bryn Mawr girls always have to use such big words? 7' CHARITY Do you think Lyndon and Lady Bird Will Hy in for the presentation? Work proceeds smoothly on the construction of the new Field House. Charity Weekend, a. traditional Villanova affair, affords tht' juniors and their dates an opportunity to have a festive time and also give some underprivileged orphans a trip to soc Santa Clal1S. a sumptuous lunch, and a free movie in thc 00th. Street area. On Friday night, the Charity Mixer, along with the prosciitaition ttf the Missing Link trophy, provides more funds for the scholarship program set up at thc Sl. john's Orplianagc. Uh yeah, there WHS a class party at Aquarania Saturday night. WEEKEND 1 , , , 1 l Feel real loose like a long necked goose. + ..oX., .,, L .l4,,, 944, ,- vw. . l as-.K , A. X , lip I A M F3 M-.xx '95 7 A 'Y-ff' co ff You drive home, okay Frank? 'LK fm 4 Q' pan W oi! W WW 11,0974 I K' ',,,,,JW'Wy .157 WW7.y7Z?! , , M ...L Z z3z,,f1 my You can tell we're a Catholic family. Ax '05 Double threat on ilute and alto-sax is defending champion Bill Barnwell. Groups from around the country performed before a world-wide radio audience, but it was a local group, West Chester State's Criterions, who walked off with the honors. t' i L z. t . :- zgrrfxws S .- ' aw ,wg g xx K -N " ,aff 5, If ,.-' , Q ,. e Q v I An award given to Vince Trornbetta for being the best tenorist, honored Charlie Parker, to whom t-he Festival was dedicated. Ternple's Trudy Desmond received "Best Vocalist-UF '65" for her interpretation of Charlie Parl-:er's 'iBloomdido." INTERCOLLELHATE JAZZ FESTIVAL jazz at Villanova reached new peaks in 1966. The second two day Festival set an all time attendance record and those who came saw collegiate jazz artists from all over the country. Under Bill McCloskey, the Sixth Annual UF, now part of the S.G.A. Concert Series, was broadcast by ABC radio and once again featured an appearance by Stan Kenton. From a senior class func- tion in 1961, UF has become the most respected event of its kind in the nation. James Sullivan, leader of the Criterions, accepts the '1Finest jazz Group" award from Stan Kenton, Chief Advisor for UF, and Chairman Eddie Bride. u....,,.,,.-,,, , -A.- AV v.,-...N , ' 1w1lw.1v'l Romdmxr 0nxlll1llWllN mmm l-I l tl lun umm ull ly A ' A llx xxlwu lmv vmwilll'1'w lllc X N P 'snnwm NU' ll-l - - mah nl1X Ill hm, 110,-k ul .lxllllllClS cxxwlnlmmgg llw .IXFIJQU girl in thc 1 x C' r . . 1 r me Shown on mc A-,mllgln ygwcn, .lull ul Y'll'lUllN X1ll'1 A . XVQS, Xllt1llll.l, Xlllqmuxgl gurls are uslacml lo IIUYLI p.llI1o. - dame and dmc mill X1ll.mux 1 mlb .X minor revolution I ,cull-,Ui much to llw lwuclll ol lllc mule anal fenullc ms 1 ' Qtudent at Yillalmoxxx l'11ix'e1'sitx Ah, the ball's on the ground. I know we alwavs leave after the Iirst half. ! . Is a caption really necessary? X E, Then, after we take a tour of the parking lot. D ! MI' ' ' fi l .Q rr-f,,.-A 'AL N'-W - LNd,,j,'l' NV Nl- l.-' , T- fl f ,- ,sv rghbun . R' 'Q-1 -Ii ! Frank? six W . iw 5 itzxlq xxri .vs - x5 N it :ik w 3 N v, C l.l R Vs: It's me, Prince Valiant. JUNIOR WEEKEND Sunday night talent shows open the weekend, followed by the Junior Week Villanovan Cwhich made minstrels of us allj on that holiest of days known as Mother's Day. As the junior Smoker honors the athletes, so the tree-planting honors the memory of the class. A frenzied Dinner Dance on Saturday night follows the concert held Friday-usually featuring Peter, Paul and Mary. A week of recuperation has become the custom. He wouldn't grow a beard so we made him wear a dress. Swish 8 DNKQ wfzzffvwa ZIIIIVFRQYITY Hao wwf A good night for the scalpers. Candy is dandy but liquor is quicker. :X 4' fl X V,,,, 'ifyfw , , f ,, f ffffm 'inf ,w!. X Ite 'x clear pxcturo but not mmh oi Q PYOETQUI Dont hugh ll kxllx tho in Tm f f 4 N' "J S Pie Shoppe Majors at a seminar, si NW . ' -1 Q Isis.. X ms ,v N w ' I X-LX ss, ' .Q Wai Lgiffxi XX - -K Q - Xxx. . --kg :gvw K - fi V- - A iv- . ,. K A Q -,sggyll----T-gag r"- , ' . 1- ,A"f.-,- .,-XZ. ss ,s .s:4:-rw f - f s ' !f".'xs.. fy-1-sw1:s:xs.t 2 ' - -Q' gf'-at . -f,:s,,-,T tx faux-,-:4,,q.g...,. wg KJ EYTEQEJ- 'ly 6,-, qw-. 5 ' -fa 3ig"'f1-rI2:1pf.1 H- W, ,M 52.2.5 .K--sri-'Qi' A' -b-h ""' He burned for his last fmal. These televized retreats are great. Thum's is still opexi. i 1 1 1 t - 2 I l I I t 1 i I I 239 N Co It is less easy to speak of change or development with respect to Seniors, for there is no convenient handle to grasp, no dates to mention, no easily discernible precedents to cite. But the change is. hopefully, no less real. The Seniors graduate in 1966. They will be the test of Villanova University. How these 948 human beings cope with the civilization of 1966 will demonstrate the extent of change in Villanova, and, more important, portraw' hm: an-11 Villanova can mcaningfullv translate to its students this change and its inrplicatiuns. - iiaiaiq u 'N ' 'N 'R is 4 xx J Rr' ,Ir I T- X ,inf ,Q .wp wh, j'.2',2 ': oQ 1' 1 9 1 Aly, f '-jfk- L, 1,18 , c"' 'W Fr A4111 111, I Xin A6 ,- ,. ,- Q 4-Qin 'H' " 1, '-7-vf ,J HQL ,'1-1+ - ' llL SENICDR STEERING COMMITTE Front Row: Robert Phillips, Valerie Herbstritt, Patricia Her- lihy, Donald Koshlap, Elizabeth Grabowski, William Nook, Carol Egan, Robert Mo1'se, Lorraine Farino. Second Row: Robert Fisch, Lawrence Reiter, Robert Jones, Roseanna Boylan, Harry McCreedy, Guy Butard, Gerald Bustard, Joseph Maffongelli, James Harvey, John Grazi- ano, Joseph Santomauro. Back Row: Albino Vendrasco, Daniel Casulla, Denis Mere- dith, Paul Viano, Robert Gallo, Ronald Turiello, Charles Lobosco, Thomas Krause, Jerome Rubino, Richard Galley, Gregory Galland, Michael Kelly, Henry Matri, Garry Gar- baccio, Richard Melamson, Elizabeth Kelly, Mike Kush- more. E John Gonzales, John Cooney, James Griffin, James Morgan. I r .X .X we ss R e,.s.l:t --' Front Row: William McCloskey, Denis Walsh, George Vrionis, Jo- seph Ryan, Robert Morgenstein, Emil Pogorece. ' Second Row: Jerome Bachman, Harry Oldfield, Patricia McErlane, Harvey Dorland, Eugene Langan, Gerald Lione, Joseph McMahon. Front Row: Robert Mentzinger, James Collins, Nancy Hammel, Thomas Wieckowski, Kenneth Herr, Joyce Ann Woolley, Larry Miller, Curt Seifert, Michael Loscazo. Second Row: Eugene Skidmore, Terrance McGinley, Jane Jernigan, Z Back Row: James Gerstner, Charles Preas, Henry Bauman, Victor Majewski, Catherine Boykin, Christopher Daly, Robert Benson, Mich- ael Mullen, Joseph Ferguson, Francis Thornton, Frederick Psaki, Thomas Lagana, Edward Baluta, Timothy Kelleher. Thomas Dabney, Peter Wade. Back Row: John Fenlon, John Silva, Raymond Curran, James De- besis, Theresa Di Rocco, Frank Tooohey, Jeffra Dein, Robert Frey, William Dolon, James Sullivan. T""' I" "" '1 i J 1 1 . 4 P 1 1 i 1 'K WHO'S WHO Each year, through the medium of Whois Whit. every major campus takes delight iii presenting to t-he llllil0l'l'S collegiate world tliosc students which it feels to be thc most i'cpi'csciitaitix'c of its niorall. ncnclcmic, and social goals. Those sclcctctl cxliihit well proportioned lizilaiiicc iii :ill pligiscs of their academic career. 'S' X Front Row Carolyn Blrd Francls Eels john Rabenau Roseanna Boxlan joseph Vetrano Dennls OHara Thomas Krause Phxllp Laurlello Paul Dlxon Prentlss Xancex -Xndreu Donahue Barbara Park, Francis Romano, Robert Mentzmber, Raxmond Hubhes Peter Bcatx, John Gonzales, Leo Carroll Back Row Louis Camardo, George Ixleln, Yoel Carroll, Marauerlte Walsh, Daud Banmlllcr, Barry Burke, Ehzabeth Grabowskx, George D'-Xmbrosxo, -Xnthonx Gxachettx, Walter Spath Thomas Westhoff, Alfred Bmgham III, Dion Xonderhcth, Jams- Grrmn Brlan Banm1llcr, john Fenlon, Joseph Moffongellr Not Photographed George Valva sw X is K 1 s ' K ' 1' if 37" vw- ' g -'Xe 1 K r . A I V , Y ls Q-new KQX Now, ywsgs AX- .ex-XC -X K . C 5.31 QQ-i SQ . K . ,S X- C , 4 K V N . , A 2 ' , ' 4 , X Q X . aj, A Q J I L. XX 1 Y K, 1 A 1 . -S , 'I . .- ' U5 r Hi A 77 X N . ,- ,, 'V' Q. , rg l. ' , W l - -vs .M V ,Q .4 QM, x E . K ,. 1 , ' 9 -1 1 - 4 .v v X v . , . . . . U . , 1 7 Y Y ' 1 , I A Y 'I . ' U v 0 ' v 4 EAL AQC SENIORS DOn't worry Betsy, I can get excused cuts. Top Row: HENRY F. ACCHIONE, JR.,' 426 E. Sedgwick St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' E.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Intra. Sportsg University Bandg A.S.C.E. ' GEORGE T. ACKERSON ' 17 Bolton Rd., New- Hyde Park, N. Y. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Semper Fidelis, S.G.A. Rep.g NROTCQ Footballg Drill Teamg Rugby. JOSEPH F., ADAMS ' 2260 Merchantville Ave., Pennsauken, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. Second Row: JOHN F. ALBRIGHT, JR. ' 203 S. Cleveland Ave., Wilmington, Del. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Astronomical Soc., Sec., Vice-Pres.g Geological Soc., S.G.A. Rep.g Soph. Class Comm. STEPHEN L. ALCHERMES ' 43 Duck Pond Rd., Glen Cove, N. Y. ' B.A. ' Villanova Singersg Jr. Steer. COmm.g Soph. Class Comm.g K of C3 Lynxg Sanctuary Soc.g Shamokinakig Spanish Club. JOHN C. ALDEN ' 105 Aberdeen Terr., Wayne, Pa. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Psychology Clubg Spanish Club. Third Row: ERNEST M. ALLISON ' 10 Briar Rd., Oreland, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc.g Intra. Sports. DONALD W ANDERSON 14412 S Wentworth Chicago Ill Sr Steer Comm, Jr Steer Comm, Soph Class Comm Lynx Concept Assist Ed Conservative Club Vlllanovan RICHARD S ANDERSON 1535 Montgomery Ave Rosemont P BS IN GEOLOGY Geological Soc Sec - ..IT!tw...-, Fourth Row: ALLAN D. ANGERIO ' 644 2nd Ave., Long Branch, N. J. ' E.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Clubg C.C.D. GALE T. ARKWRIGHT ' 2409 Poplar St., Erie, Pa.. ' B.E- IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' NROTCg A.S.M.E.g Drill Teamg Intra. Sports. JAMES C. ARMSTRONG ' 6940 Chestnut St., Upper Darby, Pa. ' E.A. IN HUMANITIES ' Bottom Row: JEROME T. BACHMAN ' N. Tulprlxorkcrz Rd., Greer:-fields, Read- ing, Pa. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Class Comm.: Jr. Clam Comml Belle Airg Belle Masqucg I.J.F.g Finance Soc.: Intra. Sports: WWYU. RODERICK J BACHMLXNN S Southlomr' Dr C lux Lou N l BS IN CLOIOCX Della P1 Mu tiolo xcxl Not lntm Npoxts .JAMES I' BALNIS O0 0 Cmntox 1 Plulodilphu 1 n 1: IN ISIILIIANIC xt lNClNl LRINC X S M L X illmox I I-ng: 1 kappa P1 E 5 lr l l 3 1 Ji 2 i i I 1 F. l I 'Ai , f . , ' ' i I 0 . I I ' . I 1, I ' I ' 'k. A J. - l3.A. ' . . .' . . .' . .5 ' -- 2' . -" ' . ' 3 Tr g'z I xg 4..f 3 y ' ' -S I ' ' ' 1 4' o ' 0 I - - in 'u -. out-.I ' . 'l ' Pl l 0 , o 0 , 'E' If 2 . af' 1 ' :...'.".: "1 '1 I '11 Ph' U. ' . . ' ' . ,, , I 1 -. I 6 5 . . ,. .... . ,.... :I,.--,E.s.-.-- -.g-.,.... .... .-g......gc:f::r'i..fp1'. 'ts fain- I-M-'WI-me-M -EAA --'- 4 mc. , ' ' ' - - A -- .. . .. . .... .. ..- ,... ...-.:':t1 -'-f-'v':"-. I I :.,,,,m.,,. ,,. , HIT.. Fourth Row: HENRY J. BAUMAN ' 93 W. Butler Ave., Chalfont, Pa. ' E.A. IN ENGLISH ' Pre-Law Soc., Spanish Club., Shamokinaki, Intra. Sports, Soph. Class Comm. ROBERT B. BEATTIE ' Rosemont Plaza Apts., Rosemont, Pa. ' EA. IIN' PHILOSOPHY ' Sr. Steer. Comm., C.C.D., S.G.A., Rep., Political Union, Conservative Club, I.J.F., Villanova Singers, Sanc- tuary Soc., Young Republicans, Literary Soc. PETER I. BEATY ' 6721 Crittenden St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Pres., Pi Tau Sigma, Vice- Pres., Tau Beta Pi, Treas., Villanova Engr., Who's Who. Bottom Row: ALBERT V. BECKER ' 515 54th St., West New York, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' S.G.A., Accounting Soc., Soph. Class Comm., Football, Jr. Class Comm. GEORGE G. BECKMAN ' 1028 Old La., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Bowling, Intra. Sports, S.A.M., Swimming. LOUIS M. BENEVENTO 231 4th Ave., Paterson, N. J. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Club. BAL SENIORS BE Top Row: GEORGE A. BALTZ ' 2983 .Salmon St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCES. EDWARD R. BALUTA ' R.D. 362, Shickshinny, Pa. - mg, IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E., Soph. Class Comm. BRIAN F. BANMILLER ' 308 Montgomery Ave., Norristown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOIVIICS ' Blue Key, S.G.A., Executive Vice-Pres., Basketball Club, Pres., Shamokinaki, Jr. Steer. Comm., Sr. Steer. aplinm., I.I.F., Villanovan, WWVU, Soph. Class Comm., Who's o, Second Row: t DAVID A. BANMILLER ' 308 Montgomery Ave., N0ffiSf0wll, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' S.G.A., Rep., A.S.G.U.S.A., Pres., Blue Key, Gamma Phi, I.J.F., T8zT, Treas., Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Shamokinaki, Soph. Class Comm., Who's Who. REINHOLD I. BARCHET ' 2751 Lantern La., Audubon, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Alpha Sigma Lambda, Tau Beta Pi. ALOYSIUS V. BARR ' 4017 Lauriston St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. Third Row: A JOHN C. BARROW ' 705 Hanley Rd., Minneapolis, Minn. ' B.E. LY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' S.G.A., Phi Kappa Pig I.F.C., Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Villanovan, WWVU, l.E.E.E., Villanova Engr., Intra. Sports. GABRIEL A. BATTISTA ' 4997 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Po. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu: I.E.E.E., Villanova Engr., Sr. Steer. Comm. RICHARD C. BAUER ' 118 S. Church St., Bally, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. I should never have breathed on them. l I . 1 I I P . i , E ,. III U ' 7' II! ' Zyl I I is I 'L .,.,, III III I I. I In I I' I IM IIII ,I I I If Il fr III sl' .I I f I Ii, I AJ I I NI . I L I I i .J 3 ,If- I I I ! I IT' I ll I '- I I I.. I - 4 . 5 1 . r I Il' FIN i . Ii I llfli I IIY wr-4 ,l,I' . 4 I I I BE SENIORS BU Top Row: THOMAS F. BENJAMIN ' 765 The By-Way, Ridgewood, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Conservative Club, Political Union, Soph. Class Comm., Young Republicans. R. PATRICK BENSON ' S056 Derrnond Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' E.A. IN SOCIAL sCIENCEs ' Intra. Sports, Spanish Club, Sociology Club. WILLIAM I. BERGOLD ' 12504 Bennington Ave., Cleveland, Ohio ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Baseball, Intra. Sports. Second Row: RICHARD G. BERRY, JR. ' 108 N. Rolling Rd., Springfield, Pa. ' B:A. IN PHYSICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Class Comm., Belle Masque, I.J.F., Villanovan, WWVU, Sociology Club, Stage Crew, Mgr. ALFRED J. BERTOLACCI - 1223 Thornton Ave., Plainfield, N. J. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E., K of C, Villanova Singers. BERNARD E. BEVERIDGE ' R.D. 1762, Delanson, N. Y. ' E.s. IN PHYSIOLOGY ' NROTC, Physics Club. Third Row: VICTOR R. BIALOUS ' 4308 Manayunk Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports, Football. ROBERT J. BIESE ' 107 Bowden Rd., Cedar Grove, N. J. ' BE. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Sr. Steer, Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports, K of C, Pi Tau Sigma, Swimming. ALFRED A. BINGHAM, III ' 522 Hampshire Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOIVIICS ' NROTC, University Band, Pres., Accounting Soc., Villanovang Drill Team, Who's Who. Fourth Row: 4 CAROLYN I. BIRD ' 5068 Grove Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi, Treas., Pres., Womenls Glee Club, Jr. Steer. Comm., Sr. Steer. Comm., Belle Air, Soph. Class Comm., WhO's Who. ROBERT M. BIRMINGHAM ' 157 Edmonds Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCES' ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Delta Pi Nu, Ice Hockey, Intra. Sports, I.C.G., Jr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm. JOSEPH I. BODE ' 169 New Jersey Ave., Collingswood, N. J. ' 13.A. ' Only 25 more hours 'til the exam. .. . 7 yftfif, V A Nw' W?-7 'GN 'FH'-wg. 'assi X ..... Bollom Row : PETER P. HOLLICNISACIIICR ' 3033 ll'lm,i1,ymi Rd., Roslyn. Po. ' ILS- IN ECONOMICS ' Football: K of C: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Pre-1.:ns Soc. Pl-IILIP A. llONAl"lGl.lA - 3031 S, I',,,'1jX1,- Ny., 1-1,,1,,,1,-1phf,,, PII, ' ILS. IN ICIJUCATION ' IIAUL IIONANTU , 3011 U,.,,,1,. Rm' H,m,,HHU' Pd' , His' IN ROCIAI.. sur-:Nm'I1:s. BQ SENICRS RQ Tap Row: BERNARD J. BONNER ' 104 Johnx Rd., Cheltenham, Pa. ' n,5, IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, S.A.M. CARLOS J. BORDO ' 52 E. Lancaster Ave., Ardmore, Pa. ' B,S, IN CHEMISTRY. LEO J. BORKOSKI ' Head of Pond Rd., Water Mill, N. Y. . s.s. IN ECONOMSICS ' NROTC: Soph. Class Comm., Intra. Sports, Shamokinaki, S.A.M., S.G.A. ' Second Row: FRANK V. BORRELLI ' 2152 S. Garnet St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION. SALVATORE L. BORRELLI ' 96 Green Knolls Dr., Wayne, N. J. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Swimming, Jr. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm. CATHERINE M. BOYKIN ' 1011 Belmont Ave., Secane, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Belle Masque, Pi Theta Chi, Women'S Glee Club, Shamokinaki, jr. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm., C.C.D. Third Row: ROSEANNA E. BOYLAN ' 121 Franklin Ave., Staten Island, N. Y. ' B.S. IN NURSING ' S.G.A. Rep., Blue Key, Belle Air, Ed.-in-Chief, Pi Theta Chi, Villanovan, Soph. Class Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Sr. Steer. Comm., Who'S Who. WILLIAM J. BOYLAND ' 1721 Pantmonth Dr., Norristown, Pa. ' B.S. IN EDUCATION ' Intra. Sports. DAVID H. BOYLE ' 370 E. Gowen Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' University Band, Sec., Vice-Pres., Accounting SOC. See John, I told you we should have worn our vests. .7 5 l . l A 5 RN 'sf W. E 755 Cv ,bf T '. I I 5 ax 490 Fourth Row: ROLAND G. BREAULT ' 150 Virginia Rd., N. White Plains, N. l'. ' B.s. IN- EDUCATION ' Intra. Sports. EUGENE T. BRENNAN, JR. ' 774 E. 2nd St., Roselle, N. J. ' B.A. ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., Blue Key, Intra. Sports: K of C, Chancelor, Swimming. JAMES F. BRENNAN ' 3 Oak Terr., Suffern, N. Y. ' BA. IN SOCIAL SCIENCES ' Villanovan, Young Republicans Club, Vice-Chair.: WWVU, Pre-Law Soc., Conservative Club, Sr. Steer. C0mm-3 Spanish Club, Shamokinaki: Political Union, Soph. Class Comm. Bottom Row: GERARD J- BRETT . 211 Beech Sl., Shaverlazan, Pa. ' 8.13. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' NROTC, A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports: Phi Kappa Pi. MARK P. BRINDLE ' 49 Westview Sl., Philadelphia, Pa. ' II.s. IX CHEMISTRY ' NROTC, Geological Soc. 1 0 JAMES I. BROGAN ' 124 E. Cheslnnl Hill Ave., Pluladelplua, Pa. - BS. IN ECONOBIICS ' FinanC0 SOC- ii I I BRC SENIORS CAM I I Top Row: ' EDWARD W. BROWN ' 60 Florence Ave., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Intra. Sports, Phi Kappa Pi. THOMAS E. BROWN ' 7949 Williams Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' I I B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Football, Capt. I' MICHAEL P. BUGGY ' 121 Barker Ave., Sharon Hill, Pa. ' B.S. IN :I EDUCATION. Secondliow: BARRY O. BURKE ' 35 Howard Ave., Rutland, Vt. ' B.s. IN I ECONOMICS ' Belle Air, Business Mgr., Villanova Singers, Pres., C.C.D., Finance Soc., Intra. Sports, Marketing Soc., Sanctuary Soc., Who's Who. . PAUL J. BURKE ' 1705 Harmon Rd., Conshohocken, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon, S.A.M., Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. ! Sports, Jr. Class Comm. I BARRY E. BURNS ' 123 Dolly La., Chalfont, Pa. ' B.S. IN PHYSICS ' NROTC, Drill Team, Physics Club. I Third Row: - ROGER W. BURNS ' 52 Matthews St., Binghamton, N. Y. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' ' JAMES I. BUSHONG, III ' 900 Pembroke Ave., East Lansdowne, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Pistol Team, S.A.M., Sr. Class Comm. GERALD J. BUSTARD ' 320 Maple Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Psychology Club, Biology Club. I I Dear, Mom, About these pajamas . . . 47:10 I ,117-. X '39- 'TLT qpsg. W Fourth Row: BENJAMIN J. BUTAKIS ' 1032 Sycamore St., Chester, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOIVIICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. GEORGE I. BUTKOSKY, JR. ' 19 Maple Ave., Bordentown, N. J. ' B.E. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. STEVEN I. BUTLER ' 434 Larchwood Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. ' Bottom Row: , GUY I. BUTTARO ' 1221 Arch St., Norristown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Pre-Law Soc. M. LOUIS CAMARDO ' 626 Thomas Ave., Riverton, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon, Vice-Pres., Blue Key, Jr. Steer. Comm., Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, S.A.M., Soph. Class Comm., Who'S Who. DONALD D. CAMPBELL ' 156 W. 4th St., Bayonne, N. J. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Conservative Club, I.I.F.: Intra. Sports: K of C, Rugby, Villanovan, Sociology Club. M A ...,.,,,, wi, 1. , K? 'QS' Fourth Row: DONALD F. CAREY, JR. ' 2130 Sheridan Rd., Highland Park, Ill. ' B.S. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. CHARLES W. CARLSON ' 25 Kenilworth Rd., Shrewsbury, Mass. ' B.s. LN ECONOMICS ' NROTC, Intra. Sports, N.F.C.C.S., Pi Sigma Epsilon, Shamokinaki, Soph. Class Comm. WILLIAM O. CARNES ' 225 Otis St., Hingham, Mass. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Blue Key, Intra. Sports, K of C, Pi Tau Sigma, Villanova Engr. Bottom Row: ' LEO P. CARROLL ' 1131 Noble Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' S.G.A. Rep., Jr. Steer. Co-mm., Blue Key, Sec., Vice-Pres., Delta Pi Nu, I.C.G., Intra. Sports, Lynx, Soph. Class Comm., Who'S Who. EDWARD F. CARTER, JR. ' 64 Buckeye Rd., Glen Cove, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi, Intra. Sports, Marketing Soc., Treas., Pi Sigma Epsilon. H - WILLIAM J. CASO ' 100 Coppell Dr., Tenafly, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. CAN SENIORS CAS Top Row: FRANCIS A. CANUSO ' Cricket Rd., Flourtown, Pa. ' BE. 'IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E. . JOSEPH A. CANUSO ' 3223 S. 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' ES. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. ABRAM W. CAPECE ' 689 Summit Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Pi Tau Sigma, Villanova Engr. Second Row: DAVID J. CAPOZZI ' 523'S5th St., West New York, N. J. ' B.S. IN EDUCATION ' Football, Intra. Sports, S.G.A. LOUIS J. CAPUANO ' S31 Capitol Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Phi Kappa Pi. JOHN P. CAPUTO ' 16 Monroe St., New York, N. Y. 0 B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon, S.A.M., Swim-ming. Third Row: JOHN R. CARAWAY ' 76 James St., Englewood, N. J. ' B.A. IX ENGLISH ' NROTC, I.J.F., Intra. Sports, Shamokinaki, Sr. Class Comm. ANTHONY J. CARBONE ' 1965 E. 19th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' E.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' NROTC, I.E.E.E., Intra. Sports, Phi Kappa Pi. JAMES J. CARBONI ' 2864 Olga Ave., Eddington, Pa. ' BE. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. A good Beer. but not a Great one. I . ig. l. , CAS SENIORS CIR Top Row: ' DANIEL P. CASULLO ' 58 Hicks Ave., Medford, Mass. ' B.A. ' Sr. Steer. COmm.g Belle Air, Belle Masque, C.C.D.3 I.R.S., Vice- Pres.g Intra. Sports, K of C5 Lynxg Shamokinakig Villanovang History Club, Psychology Club, S.G.A. JAMES C. CATAGNUS ' 3004 Nottingham Rd., Norristown, Pa. ' 13.5. IN EDUCATION ' Sr. Class COmm.g Soph. Class Comm. JAMES R. CATALANO ' 38 S. Myrtle St., Vineland, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOINIICS ' Finance SOc.g Intra. Sports. Second Row : EDWARD J. CAUGHLIN, IV ' 442 Levering Mill Rd., Merion, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Lacrosse. ANDREW P. CAUSAK ' 707 Madison Ave., Swedesburg, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. VINCENT J. CHANDLER ' 504 Littleoroft Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Intra. Sports, Psychology Clubg Sr. Steer. Comm. Third Row: FRANCIS X. CHAPMAN ' 444 Edge Hill Rd., North Hills, Pa. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nu. JAMES W. CHARLES ' 7669-B Massey Way, Elkins Park, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Conservative Clubg A.S.C.E.g Intra. Sports. ROBERT W. CHARM ' Box 18 U. S. Naval S-tation, F.P.O., N. Y. ' B.A. IN HISTORY ' Villanova Singersg History Clubg Literary Soc. Fourth Row: A DONALD A. CHIAPPETTA ' 712 Miller Ave., Clairton, Pa. ' BE. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E.g Intra. Sports. WILLIAM J. CHULA ' 47 Phillips St., Greenjield, Mass. ' B.A. IN NIODERN LANGUAGES ' Intra. Sports. JAMES A. CICI-IELLI ' 1245 Raymond Ave., Bethlehem, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pig I.E.E.E.g Villanova Engng Intra. Sportsg Sr. Steer. Comm. That's better than where she stuck it last time. 7"'N if '- ,,,,.,.,, r ,of 'tw-,FJ E: QF' -1, Bottom Row: EDWARD J- CIECHON, JR- ' 76 Kings Hwy., Mt. Ephraim, N. J ' BS. IN ECONOIVIICS ' .Accounting Soc.g Gamma Phi. JOHN D. CIPRIANO ' SO Crcstmont .-ive., Philadelphia, Pa. ' 1z.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCES ' Belle Masqueg Psychology Club, lmra Sports. SALVATORE F. CIRIELLO ' 12 Jum- SL, Imfk,-fy, ,XA 1, - BE. IN CHEIVIICAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.Ch.E. R 'G' 2 lun l l vin VN. GT' 'Y' 1-S We auf g l"""'I' Second Row: JOHN J. CLARKE ' 1008 Edgerton Rd., Secane, Pa. ' B.A. IN HISTORY ' Conservative Club, Political Union, Treas., Spanish Club. MARC A. CLEMENT ' 15 Columbus Ave., Waterford, N. Y. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' NROTC, Drill Team, Hockey Club, Psychol- ogy Club. WILLIAM A. CLEVELAND ' 655 Creighton Rd., Villanova, Pa. ' E.A. ' Delta Pi Mu. Sec., Intra. Sports. Third Row: MARTIN J. COAN ' 3925 Dexter St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IX CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.I.C.E. JOSEPH COESSENS ' 14 Wilson Ave., Amsterdam, N. Y. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports, K of C, Villanova Engr., Phi Kappa Pi. JOSEPH M. COGNETTI ' 821 Columbia St., Scranton, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports, Phi Kappa Pi. Fourth Row: JOHN V. COLAMOSCA ' 221 E. Woodland Ave., Springfield, Pa. ' En. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Psychology Club, Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Soph. Class Comm. RICHARD L. COLELLA - 1117 Princeton Rd., New Castle, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOIMICS ' NROTC, Accounting SOC., Intra. Sports. DANIEL J. COLETTA ' 1756 Springfield Ave., New Providence, N. J. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Club. Bottom Row: CHARLES T. COLLINS ' 722 Atwood Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, .Accounting Soc. JAMES F. COLLINS ' O2 N. Snnnycrest Dr., Little Silver, N. J. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi, Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Comm. JOHN E. COLLINS, JR. ' 528 E. Manoa Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports, Villanovan. CLA SENIORS CQL T017 Row: EDWARD L. CLAPPER - 434 H011 Y Rd-, Yeadon, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' I.E.E.E., S.A.M. ROBERT F. CLARK ' 10 Canterbury Rd., Marblehead, Mass. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Jr. Class Comm., Accounting Soc, JAMES F. CLARKE ' 1008 Edgerton Rd., Secane, Pa. ' B.A. IX PHILOSOPHY ' T1- S. How clid I know the Liberty Bowl was in Memphis this year? 6 '. 5. .. , . ...im 3, . .+L-' I 52 'I-5 I .'-s I A 'A I . 1+-E-Z i -lr '+- I' I I 5 0' . f 1 x rf th 253 QQL SENIORS CDO Is that freshman nurse gangbusters or what? Top Row: JAMES J. COLLISON ' 437 Kingwood Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' NROTCg Intra. Sports. KENNETH C. CONIGLIO ' 212-03 35th St., Bayside, N. Y. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' Trackg Villanovan. ' DAVID F. CONNELL ' 404 Hastings Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Footballg Intra. Sports. Second Row: PHILIP J. CONNOR ' 111 Fennerton Rd., Paoli, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' I.J.F.g WWVUg Conservative Clubg S.G.A. GEORGE B. CONWAY ' 25 Eastgate Rd., Massapequa, N. Y. ' B.A. IN HISTORY ' Track, Cheerleaderg Intra. Sportsg Shamokinaki. FRANK E. COOK ' 909 Jefferson Ave., Cherry Hill, N. J. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Third Row : JOHN M. COONEY, JR. ' 55 Heatherdell Rd., Ardsley, N. Y. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Sr. Class, Sec.g Lynxg Intra. Sportsg Spanish Clubg Shamokinaki. RICHARD J. COPPOLA ' S37 Central Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN SOCIOLOGY ' JAMES J. CORCORAN ' 1404 New Jersey Ave., New Castle, Del. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M.g Intra. Sports. Fourth Row: MAUREEN J. CORR ' 2164 Homer St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN NURSING ' Women's Glee Clubg Pi Theta Chig Jr. Steer. Comm? Sr. Steer. Comm.g C.C.D.g Navy Nurse Candidate's Corps. ROBERT CORRENTY ' 209 Trinity Ave., Ambler, Pa. ' EA. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Intra. Sports. JOHN A. COSTA ' 39 Sherwood Ave., Ossining, N. Y. ' BA- IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' I.R.S.g Lynxg Political Uniong Spanish Club. Bottom Row: JAY B. CROCKETT ' 244-14 Alameda Ave., Douglaston, N. Y- ' e.s. IN EDUCATION ' Sr. Steer. Comm.g Intra. Sportsg Pistol Team? WWVU. DAVID J. CROSS ' Middletown, Del. ' BE. IN IKIECHANICAL ENGI- NEERING. JOHN L. CROUSHORE, JR. - 0240 .4mmp01f.f Rd., Phfm.1f1ffhff'.. Pa. ' n.s. IN ECONOINIICS ' Truck: Accounting Soc.: Swimming. 1. Q l 2 N111-" f R.. 1,1 Fourth Row: CONRAD D'ALESSANDRO ' 1639 Shoemaker Rd., Abington, Pa. - E.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E. RONALD G. DAL PEZZO ' 804 Jordan Park Apts., Fullerton, Pa. ' B.S. nr MATHEMATICS ' C.C.D., Intra. Sports, Political Union, Rugby. CHRISTOPHER J. DALY ' 97 Strath Haven Dr., Broomall, Pa. ' Es. IN EDUCATION ' Bottom Row .' ' JOSEPH DALY, JR. ' 112 Poplar Ave., Wayne, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' jr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, N.F.C.C.S., Soph. Class Comm. GEORGE I. D'AMBROSIO ' 1900 H ojfnagle St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Ir. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Account- ing Soc., Pres., Beta Gamma Debate, WhO'S Who. FRANK R. DANGELLO ' 2207 Foote Rd., Wilmington, Del. ' B.s. IN MATHEMATICS ' Math. Club, Pres., K of C, Physics Club, Shamokinaki. CRO SENIORS DAL Top Row: VID A. CROUTHAMEL ' 1560 Linden St., Bethlehem, Pa. ' DA B.S. IN BIOLOGY. NESTOR E. C HUMANITIES ' Bi0l0gY C11-lb 3 WWVU, University Band. SALVATORE CUCINOTTA ' 1534 S. Broad St., Philadelphia 46, Pa. ' B.s. TN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Lambda Kappa Delta, Villanovan, I.C.G., Political Union. RUZ ' 182 Exchange St., Chicopee, Mass. ' B.A. IN Second Row: FRANK J. CULKIN ' 7213 Clinton Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M. ROBERT J. CULLING ' 6212 Cedar Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. - B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. CHRISTOPHER M. CUPRYS ' 420 N. 27th St., Camden, N. J. ' B.E. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.Ch.E. ' Third Row: RAYMOND A. CURRAN, III ' 467 W. Inman Ave., Rahway, N. J. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Intra. Council, Intra. Sports, K of C, Swimming, Mgr. JOSEPH E. CUSACK ' 167 N. Mansfield Blvd., Cherry Hill, N. J. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Villanova Engr. THOMAS B. DABNEY ' 6 King Charles Pl., Annapolis, Md. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Belle Air, Beta Gamma Debate, I.J.F., K of C, Political Union, Shamokinaki, S.G.A., Villanovan, WWVU. Take it Off . . . take it off SENIORS DIC IZ. man 'litre-rr Top Row CARMEN J DANGELO 2027 Oakmont Ave Philadelphia BS IN GEOLOGY Geolo Ical Soc THOMAS H DANING 1011 Fayette St Conshohocken, Pa B.s. IN ECONOMICS. ANTHONY S. D ANTONIO 4519 Forrest Ave. Pennsauken . . - IeI.A. IN ENGLISH ' Delta Pi Mu. Second Row: JOSEPH M. DARCY ' 2810 Yale Ave., Camp Hill, Pa. ' B.A. DAVID T. DEAL ' 1836 Postorius St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E.g Intra. Sports. ROBERT C. DEAN, JR. ' 6565 Hathaway Rd., Cleveland, Ohio ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' S.G.A., Parliamentarian, Exec. Vice-Pres.g N.F.C.C.S., Villanovang I.C.G.g WWVU3 Jr. Steer. COmm.g NROTCQ Soph. Class Comm. Third Row.' JAMES P. DEBESIS ' 16-0 Hornblower Ave., Belleville, N. J. ' ILA. IN ENGLISH ' Intra. Sports, Villanova Singers, S.G.A. Rep. LEONARD F. DEERKOSKI ' ZOO Freeman St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E.g Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pig Villanova Engr. JOEL C. DE FREYTAS ' 24 Sunrise La., Levittown, N. Y. ' BE. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' NROTCg A.S.C.E.g Drill Team, Intra. Sportsg Phi Kappa Pi. Fourth Row: Cy' JEFFRA S. DEIN ' 12017 Knox Rd., Wynnewood, Pa. ' 'B,S. IN NURSING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Belle Air, Belle Masqueg Pi Theta Chig Women's Glee Club, Jr. Class Comm. ROBERT N. DELLA-CROCE ' S72 Benton St., Harrisburg, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E.g Intra. Sports. BARBARA TAGLIANETTI DE MANN ' 229 Parkway, Apt. B, Broomall, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' 'Hur Who 'blew lunch in the sink? Bottom Row: JOHN C- DE MARCO ' 0027 ll'aI1II.vI'mI Ct., Bl'll0kliX'7l. X. Y. ' I3.It. IN ELECTRICAL 1ENGlNlEliRlNG ' l.j.F,g l.E,E,E.5 Inu-3. gpm-tgp Jr. Class Comm. MICHAEL W. DEMPSEY ' of CI-:IIN .-iw.. ly-mI.mi.I, N, J, v Ix.A. IN POLITICAI. St'll-INCIE ' NROTC5 IILIIIR pi Mu. Plvlllm- 50,-.L IIlll'Zl. Sports. 7 T V T V N I I s WAXNlf, R. lll KARLO . ml IQMSIU. Iwi' M.N,f,,,, K ,,,m.,' Mlm. ' II.A, IN SllClAl SCIIQNCII ' llw-l.nw Sm-, DU wif 10555 'X ei-A L FRELS . 25.3 ' JOEY f 561155 C S6C47"'5' PASQV 'BLD Band. ALHU POWYA lute. I THER BE. T5 CCD. Third THO1 8.5. II JAMl ' Ei. M'Tl EA. If This fx, I J .1 'I I DIC SENIQRS DQL Tap Row: JOSEPH R. D1 CROCE ' SIU N. Lirusx Sf.. Philadelplziu, Pu, . Bus, IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc.: lutru. Sports. FRANCIS P. DI FONZO ' 235 L'lu'xtr114t St., Ylowningtown, Pa. ' E.s. IN PHYSICS ' Physics Club. JOHN A. DI GENNARO ' 5114 Ave. L, Brooklyn, N. Y. ' RA, IN ENGLISH ' Villanovanz Delta Pi Mu: Lynx: Sr. Steer. Comm, Sgphh Class Comm. Second Row: PASQUALE DI GUISEPPE ' 5 Carrigg Ave., West Trenton, N, J, ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING - I.E.E.E.g Shamokinakig University Band. ALFRED D. DINUNZIO - 317 Elm St., Rocky Hill, Conn. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Delta Pi Mug Cheerleader, Sanctuary Soc.' Intra. Sportsg Soph. Class Comm., Jr. Class Comm.g Cheerleader. THERESA A. DI ROCCO ' 2125 S. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' a.s. IN NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi, Belle Masqueg Sr. Steer. Comm.- C.C.D.g Belle Airg Intra. Sports. D ! Third Row: THOMAS G. DI SESSA ' 93 Highland Ave., Tuckahoe, N. Y. ' B.s. DV BIOLOGY ' JAMES L. DI STEFANO ' 2502 S. Cleveland St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports. ANTHONY DISTEFANO ' 13 Kenwood Ave., Verona, N. J. ' BA. nv POLITICAL SCIENCE. This John O'Hara can really write. V A , VV I l air 1 .'e-a.g- S-fi Yue.. ,W 14" 37, WWE V avg 5 'VL N.. Q-z-.. ' I D W-'Q T Fourth Row: RICHARD A. DITULLIO ' 469 Lyceum Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' 13.5. IN MATHEMATICS ' Intra. Sports, Political Uniong Lynx. PAUL E. DIXON ' 156 Atlantic Ave., Massapequa Park, N. Y. ' B.A. IN HISTORY ' Blue Key, Pres., Treas.g Jr. Class, Vice-Pres., K of C5 Sr. Class Comm.g Jr. Class ComIn.g Soph. Class Comm.g Lynxg Who's Who. JOHN A. DOLAN, JR. ' 108 Mercer St., Gloucester, N. J. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E. Bottom Row: MARGARET M. DOLAN - 43 Lowry? La., Rosanont, Pa. - as. IN NURSING. h GUY D. DOLENTE, JR. - roo Ormond .' Dfw! HW, PG- ' a.A. ROBERT W. DoLoN - 17 cnmaz Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa- ' BA- IN ENGLISH ' Jr. Class Comm.g S.G.A.g Belle Air. DQ SENIORS DUF Tap Row: ' PATRICK H. DONAHUE - 1126 Fairview Ave., Wyornissing, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc.g Football, Intra. Sports. N C DONALDSON ' 1431 Arch St Norristown, Pa. ' B.S, IN JOH . -, EDUCATION ' Delta Pi Mug Intra. Sports, Soph. Class Comm. MES DONNELLY JR ' Woodland Dr. Malvern R.D. if2, IA J- 1 - 1 Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E. Second Row : RAYMOND P. DONNELLY ' 209 Plank Rd., Waterbury, Conn. ' BIOIIOGY ' Swimming Capt., K. of C. BS. INA , ANDREW J. DONOHUE ' 47-30 197th St., Flushing, N. Y. ' B.SQ IN ECONOMICS ' Ir. Steer. Comm.g Delta Pi Epsilon, S.G.A. Rep., S.A.M., Vice-Pres., Gamma Phi, Shamokinakig WhO's Who. CAROL A. DONOHUE ' 24 Norfolk La., Glen Cove, N. Y. ' B.S IN NURSING. hird Row T : TERRENCE I. DONOHUE ' 1419 Sonny Hill La., Havertown, Pa. ' BS IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, University Band. HARVEY A. DORLAND, JR. ' 73 Linckaen St., Cazenovia, N. Y. ' B.S. IN EDUCATION. THOMAS J. DORMER ' SO4 Wiltshire Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' ES. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc.g Intra. Sports. Don't try it buddy. qv' hw Fourth Row: DONNA BRINTON DORR ' 210 W. Wayne Ave., Wayne, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING " Soph. Class Comm., Pi Theta Chi, Shamokinakiz S.G.A. NICHOLAS R. D'ORSANEO ' 1227 Old Lancaster Rd., Berwyn, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. BRIAN I. DOUGHERTY ' 1233 Upland St., Chester, Pa. ' B.A. IX HISTORY ' History Club, Intra. Sports. Bottom Row: JOHN S. DOYLE ' 52 Ayrmoat La., Matawan, N. J. ' E.S. IX ECONOMICS. FRANK J. DUFF ' 1805 N. George St., York, Pa.. ' B.E. IX ELEC- MICHAEL T. DUFFIN ' 3252 F St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' BS. ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. h TRICAL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pig I.E.E.E.g I.F.C. IX ws. k. "?W Fourth Row: EDWARD I. EDER ' 17 Michaels La., Old Brookville, N. Y. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Delta Phi Mu, Sr. Steer. Comm., K of C, Pre-Law Soc., Ir. Class Comm., Political Union, I.R.S., Lynx, I.J'.F. THOMAS J. EDWARDS ' 150 Garretson Ave., Staten Island, N. Y. ' Els. IN ECONOMICS ' Baseball, Intra. Sports. CAROL A. EGAN 0 819 Shadeland Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Belle Masque, I.J.F., Pi Theta Chi, Shamokinaki, Villanovan, Women's Glee Club, Vice-Pres. Bottom Row: MICHAEL B. EGAN ' 5208 Reservation Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Jr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, K of C, S.A.M. FRANK J. EISENNAGEL ' 411 W. Thompson Rd., Philadelphia, DUF SENIORS ELL Top Row-: JOHN F. DUFFY - ssos N. Hizztreek Dr., Philadelphia, Pa. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' NROTC, ' B.A. FRANCIS D. DUGAN ' S57 Hamilton St., Norristown, Pa. B.A. IN HISTORY. ERNEST F. DUH ' 209 Railroad Ave., Alpha, N. J. ' B.s. IN Eco- NOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Finance Soc., Intra. Sports. Second Row: JAMES F. DURBOROW ' R.D. 5661 Box 36B, Frenchtown, N. J. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Phi Kappa Pig Pistol Team. HERMAN G. DUSCH, IR. ' 3 E. Crown Terr., Morrisville, B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E. GERARD M. EBBECKE ' 5201 N. 15th St., Philadelphia, B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E. Third Row: FREDERICO S. ECHEVERRIA ' 144-20 41st St., Flushing, ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pig. Spanish Pi Tau Sigma. FRANCIS T. ECK ' 7708 Stuart Hall Rd., Richmond, Va. IN ECONOMICS ' S.G.A., Pres., Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Class Pa. ' Pa. ' IV. Y. Club: ' B.s. Pres., Soph. Class Comm., Accounting Soc., K. of C., Pre-Law Soc., Blue Key, Delta Pi Epsilon, Who's Who. C. PETER ECKRICH ' 12918 Liberty Mills Rd., Fort Wayne, Ind. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE. Maybe burning my matric card wasn't such a good idea after all Pa. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Political Union. SAMUEL C. ELLIOTT ' 1214 Harrison Ave., Phoenixville, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. S L ELL SENIORS FAR Top Row: JOHN E. ELLIS ' 1051 e ge SOCIAL SCIENCE ' History Club. ROBERT E. ELSCHNER ' 856 W. Crescent Ave., Allendale, N. J. - C ' E.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Omm. Conservative Club, Political Union, Pre-Law SOC., Vlllanovan. ld P WILLIAM A. ENGBLOM ' 166 Reese Rd., Springfie , a. ' B.S. Hld Row Circle, Wayne, Pa. ' B.A. IN 1 IN EDUCATION ' Intra. Sports. Second Row: ' ' ' N. Y. JOHN F. ENGLEHARD ' 48 S0-39th St., Long Island City, A.S.M.E., Phi Kappa Pi. - ' B.E. IN :MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' IN PETER J. ENGELS ' 5 Meridian St., Pequabnck, Conn. ' B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Soph. Class Comm., Intra. Sports. GEORGE A. ERFURT ' 8 Floyd Rd., Verona, N. J. ' B.A. PSYCHOLOGY ' Intra. Sports, Sr. Steer. Comm., C.C.D. IN Third Row: RALPH J. ESPOSITO ' 62 Allen St., Netcong, N. J. ' B.s. BIOLOGY ' Soph. Class Comm., Delta Pi Mu, Sec., Intra. Sports. MICHAEL J. EVAN ' 80 S. Park Ave., Norristownn, Pa. ' B.A. IN IN ENGLISH. JOHN C. EVANS ' S200 Manning Pl., Washington, D. C. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE. Fourth Row: WILLIAM D. EVES ' 633 Hamel Ave., Ardsley, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E. WILLIAM J. EWALL ' 7007 Llanjair Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' 1x.s. IN CHEMISTRY ' Intra. Sports. RICHARD F. FABRIZIO, JR. ' 2927 NW" St., S.E. Washington, D. C. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Soc., Football, Jr. Class Comm., Photography Club. Your date went thatla-way. but Z, .. , H, 1, M WS, Bottom Row: 3 s NNN GABRIEL A. FALLA ' 1125 Washirlglon St., Hoboken, X. J. ' B.E. IN IVIECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Pi Tau Sigma, See., .-X,S,M,E,g Pershing RiiIes, N.F.C.C.S., Spanish Club. Pres. JOSE F. FANJUL ' 100 Wells Rd.. Palm Beach, Flo. ' Es. 1X ECONOMICS ' Sllanish Club, Political Union. LORRAINE S. FARINO ' 65 IV. Park .-lvv.. Nets' I1iI'i't'H, Crum, f B'5' IN NURSING ' ChCel'lCf'd0l'1 Pi Tlwffl Chi: Rollo Air: Sr. Steer Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Shamokinnki: 1.J.F.1 Soph. C1355 Comm, Womenls Glee Club. sm ..SNsM.T..-.-...,,....,..,.....t.,,,II...,:,.,,,, , in gi. WFT' 1ul Wm in-...f - .Wg Q-'N vw Second Row: MARK E. FAVINGER ' 242 Miner St., Malvern, Pa. ' B.S. IN EDUCATION ' P.S.E.A., Sec., Treas., Spanish Club, Sanctuary Soc. RICHARD S. FEDERICK ' West River Rd., Fulton, N. Y, ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Class Comm., I.J.F., Intra. Sports, Shamokinaki. MICHAEL J. FELL ' 1006 Marlyn Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc. Third Row: THOMAS P. FELTY ' 906 W. Princess St., York, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Intra. Sports., Phi Kappa Pi, Delta Epsilon Sigma, S.G.A. JOHN H. FENLON ' 454 Pelhamdale Ave., Pelham Manor, N. Y. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Council, Vice-Pres., Pres., Intra. Sports, Shamokinakig Drill Team, Blue Key, Finance Soc., S.G.A. Rep., N.R.O.T.C., Soph. Class Comm., Whols Who. ROBERT I. FENNEL ' 20 St. Alban's Ave., Newtown Square, Pa. ' B.S. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Villanovan, Managing Ed., S.G.A., Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., Literary Soc., K of C, I.I.F., C.C.D., Intra. Sports, Shamokinaki, Soph. Class Comm., Psychology Club. Fourth Row: JOSEPH J. FERGUSON ' 4950 State Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.s. IN SOCIOLOGY ' Spanish Club, Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Soci- ology Club. SAMUEL V. FILOROMO, JR. ' 32 S. 8th Ave., Coatesville, Pa. ' FAR SENIORS FIT Top Row: WILLIAM B. F Prussia, Pa, o ARLEY, JR' . 513 Steven DV-f APL C, King vi B.s. IN ECONOIVIICS ' Student Council. 246 Meadowbrook Rd., King of Prussia, MICHAEL F. FARRELL - PU- ' B-A- IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Delta Phi Mu, Intra. Sports' Ir Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm., I.F.C., S.G.A. y ' PAUL V. FARRELL ' 218 N. Montpelier Ave., Atlantic Citv, IV. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon, Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc., S.G.A. l Y A 'FBO I T . 'Psy Nu' Do you think 1 could get my nose iixed. too? E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Conservative Club, Accounting Soc. STEPHEN I. FINNEGAN, JR. - S72 Barrett Ave., Haverford, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMIICS ' Finance Soc., Shamokinaki. Bottom Row: ROBERT T. FISCH ' 107 10th St., Honesdale, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., I.E.E.E., Eta Kappa Nu, Intra. Sports, Tau Beta Pi, Soph. Class Comm. JAMES E. FISHER f 515 Hawthorne Pl., Berwyn, Pa. ' B.S. IN GEOLOGY ' Geological Soc., Pres., S.G.A., Rep. E EUGENE M. FITZMAURICE ' 240 S. 13th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Beta Gamma Debate, Sec., Lynx, Marketing Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon, Political Union, Villanovan, WWVU, Politico, Ed. 3 ' Zim , ,fl ff A I if .i ff -Aff .ff u M' F- ,ful ,f mx J FIT SENIORS FRAA, I thought you were supposed to be A-B? Top Row: JOHN F. FITZMAURICE ' R.D. ,li'3, Allentown, Pa. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Delta Pi Mu, Belle Masque, Intra. Sports. VICTOR L. FLAGIELLO ' 1337 Virginia Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.S. IN BIOLOGY ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Biology Club, Intra. Sports, Lamba Kappa Delta, Pres., I.F.C. KENNETH C. FLEGEL ' 912 Burke St., Rockledge, Pa. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' NROTC, Psychology Club. Second Row: FRANCIS J. FLEMING ' 5409 Lebanon Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon, Pres., Sec., Conservative Club, Belle Masque, Sr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Jr. Class Comm., Psychology Club, Intra. Sports. ROBERT J. FLIK ' 1108 W. Wynnewood Rd., Wynnewood, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon, Intra. Sports, Marketing soc. ROBERT L. FLORE ' 210 Hillcrest Dr., Paramus, N. J. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., jr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., A.S.C.E., Delta Pi Mu, Lynx, WWVU. Third Row: GEORGE W. FLYNN ' Box 187, West Sand Lake, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M., Intra. Sports. DENIS I. FOGAROLI ' 37 Honeyman Dr., Succasunna, N. J. ' I3.s. IN EDUCATION ' Intra. Sports, N.F.C.C.S., Shamokinaki, Soph. Class Comm., S.G.A. RICHARD O. FONTANELLA ' 609 Ridgeway, White Plains, N . Y ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Villanova Singers, S.A.M., 'Pre-Law Soc., I.R.S. 4777, Af , Q.--r "'W"'r'1 iff' "TD 's in C ina-n Fourth Row: BERTRAND J. FOREST ' 12 Charles Sli., Sanford, Mc. ' ILA. IN MODERN LANGUAGE ' Spanish Club, Vice-Pres. JOSEPH M. FORNS, JR. ' 30 Crest Dr. South, Cresskil, N. J. ' Is.s. IN EDUCATION ' Rugby Team, Lamba Kappa Delta, Conserva- tive Club, Track, Intra. Sports, S.G.A. SANDRA J. P. FORTUNATO ' 3 Fairview Terr., Maplewood, N. J. ' E.S. IN NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi, Shamokinaki, Soph. Class Comm. Bottom Row: RICHARD I. FRANCISCO ' S38 E. Scenic Rd., Springfield. Po. ' l3.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Pre-Law Soc., Spanish Club, Intra Sports, Soph. Class Comm., Psychology Club: Political Union. MICHAEL A. FRANGIOSA ' 1708 Gallagher Rd., Xorristorvn, Pa ' E.A. IN SCIENCE ' Sr. Steer. Comm., C.C.D., Geology Soc.: K oi C Psychology Club. ERNEST C. FRANK ' 7413 Brovkion Rd., I'hiIndrIphin, Po. ' M IN El,.ECTRICAl. ENGINEERING ' l.E.E.lfZ., lntru. Sports. Wm NG-I Crit! in-me Fourth Row: RICHARD B. FRIEDMAN ' 1O Myrtle Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Intra. Sports, Biology Club. VINCENT L. FULGINITI ' 3106 Paciyic Ave., Wildwood, N. J. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' Photography Club, S.G.A. JOSEPH A. FUSCO ' 202 Elmwynd Dr., Orange, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOIMLICS ' Ir. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, K of C, Shamokinaki, S.A.M., Soph. Class Comm. Bottom Row: JAMES R. GALLAGHER - 138 Rector St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports. ROBERT L. GALLAGHER ' 20 Grant Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. LN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc. GREGORY C. GALLAND ' 911 Scioto Dr., Franklin Lakes, N. .I . ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Shamokinaki, Intra. Council, Intra. Sports, Biology Club, S.G.A. Rep. FRA SENIORS FRE Top Row: STANLEY P. F B.s. IN CHEMISTRY ' Intra. Sports, A.S.C.E. 1 DONALD E. FRANZ B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' S.G.A., Sr. Class Comm., Conservative Club' Intra Sports' Marketin S SAM I 1 - , g oc., .. ., .R.S.,S .,P -big Rifles. ec eh n RANKOSKI ' 61 Ramapo Ave., Sujiem, N. y. . , IR. ' S8 Brixton Rd., Garden City, N, Y. . JOHN P. FRANZ ' 211 Lincoln Ave., Elberon, N. J. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. Second Row: SHELIA E. FRAYNE ' 530 N. 7th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.A. IN SOCIOLOGY. EDWARD J. FREEMAN ' 65 E. Main St., Marlton, N. J. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Radio Club, Pres., I.E.E.E., Lynx. RICHARD M. FREEMAN ' 6311 Newtown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Basketball. Third Row: STEPHEN F. FREIND ' 7727 Parkview Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' S.G.A., Sec., Pres., Ir. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., C.C.D., I.I.F., Intra. Sports, Shamokinaki, Villanovang WWVU, Literary Soc. I ROBERT H. FREY ' 145 W. 188th St., New York, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Finance Soc., Intra. Council, Intra. Sports, K of C, Swimming, Jr. Class Comm. KENNETH A. FRIDAY ' S34 N. Prince Frederick St., King of Prussia, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E. Strictly platonic :Praha GAL SENIORS Top Row: RICHARD R. GALLI ' 776 o e g ., . - - IN 'ENGLISH ' Intra. Sports, Sr. Steer. Comm., Literary Soc., Alpha Psi Omega, Pres., Belle Masque, Pres., S.G.A. Rep. N. J. ' JOSEPH M. GALLIERA ' 2894 Congress Rd., Camden, B.E IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports. . . . . IN JOSEPH C. GALLO ' 3029 Windish St., Philadelphia, Pa. B.s. ROTC, S.G.A., S.A.M., Belle Air, Pershing Riiles, C n sto a Rd Rosemont, Pa ' BA ECONOMICS ' N Semper Fidelis. Second Row: ROBERT M. GALLO ' 185 Navesink Rd., Red Bank, N. J. ' B.E. IN EDUCATION ' NROTC, S.G.A., Sr. Steer. Comm., Rugby Team, Intra. Sports, Soph. Class Comm., Political Union. THOMAS D. GALVIN ' 100 Metcalf Rd., N. Attleboro, Mass. ' B.A. ' Delta Pi Mu, Intra. Sports, Shamokinaki, Jr. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm. JAMES J. GAPSTUR ' 1128 Luray Dr., Ashland, Ohio ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Intra. Sports, Lacrosse, Lynx, Pre-Law Soc., Sailing Soc., Vice-Pres. Third Row: ROBERT A. GARAWSKI ' 1012 Walnut St., Coatesville, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' P.S.E.A., Pres., WWVU. GARY S. GARBACCIO ' 55 W. Bayview Ave., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. ' B.A. ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Lacrosse. JAMES D. GARBOWSKI ' 165 Washington Rd., Sayreville, N. J. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Soph. Class Comm., Intra. Sports, Semper Fidelis. Fourth Row: JOHN S. GARVER ' 31 Heights Terr., Fair Haven, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Villanova Singers, Marketing Soc., Pre-Law Soc. FRANCIS P. GASPARRO ' 2536 Bond Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.s. IN CHEMISTRY ' Villanova Chem. Soc., Pres. DENNIS J. GEMMELL ' 1034 County Line Rd., Philadelphia, Pa ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Club. With sponge end papers it's s-o-O-O-O easy! ' , ii - , 5 71 . I ,.-f- A-X ,.V. i ' , Bottom- Row: A J A fgeflfgx , GEORGE J- GENISIC. JR. ' O0 Iiyram Terr. Dr., 4,3-K-,vmg-il-lg, Conn. Q ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' l.l2.l?.E., Hoekev Club ' 054 lid-WX? Sf., Rg'H1Ig'JH'fy1. Pd' s gbg. 15 CIIEIVIISTRY ' Soph. Class Comm., lntru, Sports. ' SK Flyfyrfiyllf' -.irmwu j1i,lm,Il,' N' 1 1,45 IN ECONOMICS ' l.lC.E.lC.: Gcunmu Phi, lntrn. Spougg S,A,M,g Phi lVll3'll2l Pi: Astronomical Soo: Sr. Steer. Comm GIA sENIORs GRA Top Row: ANTHONY R. Gl.-XCHE'l"l'l ' 3 Ruby Dr., Glen Cove, N. Y. ' Bs, IN ECONOMICS - Sl-, Steel-. Comm., Gamma Phi, S.G.A. Rep Pres., Intra. Sports, Pro-Law Soc.: SllllCl.lllll'y Soc., Jr. Class Comm., Whols Who. JOHN S. GIAQUINTO ' 15 Brixton Rd., Garden City, N, Y- . EA. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Intra. Sports, Marketing Soc., Rugby Team, Political Union, Sociological Soc., Pres. JAMES A. GIARDINA ' 4657 189th St., Flushing, N. Y. ' 13.5, IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M.. Pres., Gamma Phi, S.G.A., Intra. Sports, -I Second Row : EDWARD T. GIEGENGACK ' Anthony Ct., Bethany, Conn. . B.s. IN EDUCATION ' Track. DENNIS P. GILDEA ' 131 W. Phillips St., Coaldale, Pa. ' ES. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Villanovan, Concept, Ed. JOSEPH E. GILLEN ' 4511 Saul Rd., Kensington, Md, . B-S. IN ECONOLLICS - NROTC. Third Row: THOMAS F. GILLESPIE - 5528 Catherine St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' NROTC, WWVU, Political Union. ROBERT A. GIRONDI ' 6 Fahnestock Rd., 1VIal'vern, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Student Council, Pres., Newsletter, Feature Ed., Mgr. Ed., IAESC, Pres., MASRXIAESC, First Annual Villanova Univer- sity,'University College Service Award. THOMAS J. GLENNON ' 100 Park Pl., Mahonoy City, Pa. ' B.s. IN MATHENIATICS ' Delta Epsilon Sigma, C.C.D., Beta Gamma De- bate, Psychology Club, Astronomical SOC. "Do you love me, now that I can dance?" A5 1-nv MP """ 'KT'-r -.f 73 ' 3 H Q fb-Sl Q' l I l I I Fourth Row: GERALD T. GLYNN ' 1011 Mason Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' NROTC, Intra. Sports, Villanovan, WWVU. ROBERT E. GOLDBLATT ' 111 MacDade Blvd., Folsom, Po. ' B.S. IN BIOLOGY. JOHN J. GONZALES ' 1287 Buck Rd., Feasterville, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon, Jr. Steer. Comm., Sr. Class Treas.g Intra. Sports, Who's Who. Bottom Row: MARGARET M. GORMAN ' 8 Nixon St., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. ' B.s. IN NURSING. ELIZABETH M. GRABOWSKI ' 29 Alling Ct., Kensington, Conn. ' B.S. IN NURSING ' Soph. Class Sec., Jr. Class Sec., Cheerleader? Shamokinaki, Pi Theta Chi, S.G.A. Rep., EXCC. SCC-5 ST- Steff- Comm., Who's Who. TRICIA M GRADY ' 25 Briarcroft Ave, Trumbull, Conn. ' PA . . ' BS N NURSING . Sf, Steer. Comm., Womenls Glee Club, Navy .. . , ,l ,. A. Nurse Candidate Corps, PI Theta Chl, Shamokmaklf Belle 'rl Jr. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm. 5 GRA SENIGRS HAL Top Row: . WILLIAM W. GRAHAM ' 624 Ocean View Rd., Brielle, N. J. ' B.s.-IN ECONOMICS ' Belle Air, Basketball, Intra. Sports, Soph. Class Comm., Golf. MICHAEL E. GRAY ' 765 Norbate St., Westfield, N. J. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' NROTC, Drill Team, Phi Kappa Pi, Intra. Sports. JOHN A. GRAZIANO ' 101 Terrace Ave., Albany, N. Y. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' S.G.A., Eexecutive Vice-Pres., Soph. Class, Vice-Pres., Villanova Singers, Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., C.C.D., Intra. Sports. Second Row: BARBARA L. GREEHEY ' 170 Delevan Ave., Corning, N. Y. 5 B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Pi Theta Chi, Villanovan. W. JEROME GREEN - 11 Kathay Dr., Livingston, N. J. ' E.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Hockey Club, K of C, University Band, Accounting Soc. THEODORE J. GREENBERG ' 5662 Diamond St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Baseball. Third Row: CHARLES D. GRIFFIN ' 104 Sussex Pl., Berwyn, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Pi Sigma Epsilon, Treas., Vice-Pres., Marketing SOC., Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, S.G.A., Jr. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm. JAMES D. GRIFFIN ' 6209, S. Campbell, Chicago, Ill. ' E.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Sr. Class Pres., Jr. Class Treas., Soph. Class Treas., Beta Gamma Debate, S.G.A. Rep., Pres., Delta Pi Mu, Shamokinaki, Blue Key, Intra. Sports, Villanovan, Who's Who. BRIAN L. GRIMMETT ' 142 Wesley Ave., Cherry Hill, N. J. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Club. If some of us will get serious for a moment. SN Fourth Row: KENNETH R. GUARINO ' 750 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm.: C.C.D., Intra. Sports, Intra Council, K of C, NF.C.C.S., S,-LM.: Soph. Class Comm. JOHN L. GUINAN ' "Whirlwinds", Barnesville, Po. ' E.S. IN ECO- NOMICS ' Gamma Phi, I.J.F. THEODORE W. HACK ' 329 Carolina St., Clark, N. J. ' EE. IX ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' NROTC, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Kappa Pi, Sr. Steer. Comm., I.E.E.E., Intra. Sports. Bottom Row: EDMOND J. HAGAN, JR. ' Morningside, Wayne, Pa. ' E.A. IX ENGLISH ' WWVU, Belle Masque, Villanovan, Lambda Kappa Delta, Intra. Sports, S.G.A., Literary Soc. JOHN T. HAHN ' Park Towne Place Apt. S 1004, 22nd and Park- way, Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOINIICS. THOMAS P. HALFPENNY ' 168 Treaty Rd., Drexel Hill, Po. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M., Pre-Law Soc., Intra. Sports: K of C: C.C.D., I.C.G., I.J.F., Belle Air, Sr. Steer. Comm.: Jr: Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., S.G.A. l -ss YT' .DV X' RX ,,s...-- Fourth Row: EDMUND I. HARTMAN ' 312 W. Fisher Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' BE. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E., Treas., Intra. Sports. LAWRENCE I. HARTMAN ' 1516 W. Chew Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E. JAMES I. HARVEY ' 814 Penn St., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Belle Masque, C.C.D., Shamokinaki. Bottom Row: CHARLES G. HATFIELD ' 201 Oneida Dr., Clairton, Pa. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Delta Pi Mu, Intra. Sports. WILLIAM G. HAUSDOERFFER ' 220 King George Rd., Penn- ington, N. J. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Intra. Sports, Rugby, HAL SENIORS HAY Top Row: WILLIAM C. HALLIGAN ' 332 Belrose La., Radnor, Pa. ' BA. IN SCIENCE ' C.C.D., Intra. Sports. THOMAS ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Marketing Soc: P' S' E '1 0 1 1 lgma DSI OI1 I. HAMMEL 14141 Harvard Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Soph, C1355 Comm., Pi Theta Chi, Sec., Vice-Pres. .l- HALPHEN ' 431 State Rd., Gladwynne, Pa. ' B.s. IN Second Row': EDWARD L. HANNAWAY, JR. ' 700 Pine St., Manchester, N. H. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Soc., Lynx, Delta Pi Mu, I.I.F., Conservative Club, Intra. Sports, I.R.S., Villanova Singers, Political Union, Sr. Class Comm. JAMES I. HAPP ' 523 Hamilton St., Norristown, Pa. ' BS. IN EDUCATION ' Literary SOC., Sec., Treas. JOHN A. HARDING ' 905 Old Lancaster Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Soc., Intra. Sports. Third Row: HARRY I. HARP ' 1708 Madeira Ave., Jenkintown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' NROTC, S.G.A., S.A.M. THOMAS P. HARPER ' 2712 St. Mary's Rd., Ardmore, Pa. ' B.S. IN MATHEMATICS ' Student Council, Pres., Treas., IAESC, MASR, Treas. BERNARD M. HARRIGAN ' 42-45 Hampton St., Elmhurst, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' WWVU, Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc. S30 a ticket . . . Intra. Council. GERALD A. HAYES ' 770 Red Oak Terr., Wayne, Pa. ' BA. IN ENGLISH. Q . Q ,I .. I-IEA SENIORS HUG Top Row HUGH F HEARON 604 Mzllbanlz Rd Upper Darby Pa I Class Comm Intza Sports Shamokinalu, Spanish Club V1llanova Enor WWVU PETER I HEFFEREX 298 Little Whaleneck Rd Merrick N Y BS IN ECONOMICS NROTC Soph Class Comm Hockey Club Shamolsinaki Intra. Sports Marketmo SOC SGA GERALD F. HEGARTY 170 Westview St. Dorchester Mass. BE, IV ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Sr. Steer. Comms Soph. Class Comm., Intra. Sports. Second Row: VALERIE J. HERBSTRITT 170 Ain ua Rd. Warren Pa. . . IN NURSING ' Belle Airg Pi Theta Chig Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Class Comm.g Soph. Class Comm., Women's Glee Club. PATRICIA A. HERLIHY ' 10115 Washington St., Hoboken, N. J. - B.S. IN NURSING ' Ir. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm.g Pi Theta Chi, Shamokinakig Belle Airg Sr. Steer. COmm.g WOmen's Glee Club. KENNETH I. HERR ' 2 Bronxville Rd., Bronxville, N. Y. ' B.s. IN ECONOIWICS ' NROTCg Drill Team, Swimmingg K of C5 Ir. Class Comm., Soph. Class COmm.g Semper Fidelis. Third Row: RICHARD F. HETZLER ' 318 Chetwyynd Apts., Rosemont, Pa. ' B.E. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pig C.C.D.g A.I.Ch.E. PETER T. HIGGINS - 334 N. Chestnut St., Westfield, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. THOMAS J. HIGGINS ' 153 Bryn Mawr Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' B.A. IN EDUCATION ' Spanish Clubg History Club, Mu Lambda Chi, Intra. Sports. Fourth Row: JOHN J. HILL ' 1306 Moore Ave., Yeadon, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECO- NOIVIICS ' Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc. ELIZABETH F. HOBDELL ' 633 Harper Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.S. IN NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi, Belle Masqueg Alpha Psi Omega, Sec.g Women'S Glee Club, Belle Airy C.C.D.g Shamokinakig Soph. Class Comm. THOMAS M. HODELL ' 20 Robin Ridge Rd., Upper Saddle River, N. J. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E.g Intra. Sports. Yeah coach . . . l'm just leaving. W 3 ,Was . 1.:4 J I ""...... , :'f"sp,: , i ,I-., JO! . ' f 'ftp' I I 'S' r, M, 3 - as 5 I Bottom Row: THEODORE S. I-IODGINS. JR. - 121 Parish Rd.. .Yew Canaan. Conn. ' B.s. IN ECONOIXIICS ' S.A.M.g Soph. Class Comm.: Young Republicans Club. GEORGE I. HOEHL ' 62 Raymond Si.. Habrourk Hts.. N. J. ' B.lZ. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E.: Intra. Spnrlgg Yillgmom Engrg Phi Kappa Pi. DANIEL W. HOGAN ' 432 'Warrrrz St.. Broomall. Pa. ' RS. IN EDUCATION ' Lii01'31'Y SOC-I Intra. Sports: Sr. Steer. Comm.: SGA. l if E 1 A 1 l Q-. l G I-tg a l Vs, ' ,jg K' Second Row: JOHN W. HOLLAND ' 4 S. Haverford Ave., Margate, N. J. ' B.,x. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Bowling, Intra. Sports, Spanish Club. EDWARD F. HOLLANDER ' 123 Lovell Ave., Broomall, Pa. ' E.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. RAYMOND J. HOLLANDER ' 9 Cedar La., Chatham, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOLIICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon, Lacrosse, K of C, Accounting Soc., Conservative Club: Intra. Sports, Semper Fidelis. Third Row: WILLIAM I. HORAN ' 15 Stewart Pl., Elizabeth, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc. JOHN I. HOROSZEWSKI ' 606 Terrace Blvd., New Hyde Park, N. Y. ' B.s. IN ECONOLIICS ' Intra. Sports, K of C, Marketing Soc. CONSTANCE CHUCK HOWLAND ' 516 Bradley St., Bethlehem, Pa. ' B.s. MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ' Biology Club. Fourth Row: THOMAS P. HUBBS ' 130 Lexington Ave., E. Lansdowne, Pa. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. RAYMOND E. HUGHES ' 19 Dale Ave., Pompton Plains, N. J. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Eta Kappa Nu, I.E.E.E., Who'S Who. THELMA M. HUNT ' 1024 N. Providence Rd., Media, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Alpha Sigma Lambda. Bottom Row: WAYNE G. HUPFER ' 17 Highland Circle, Wayland, Mass. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' S.G.A., Shamokinaki, Villanovang NROTC, Conserva- tive Club, Sr. Steer. Comm. WILLIAM F. HURLEY, JR. ' 55 Bennington St., Springfield, Mass. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' I.F.C., Chair., Delta Pi Epsilon, Rugby, Intra. Slilortsg Marketing Soc., Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm. LUDWIG M. HUSS ' 24 Mary Jane La., Newtown Square, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS. Min.. HOG SENIORS US T011 Row: WILL - BA INIAM I. HOGAN, Ill ' 1534 Chalk Rd., Norristown, Pa. ' . . PSYCHOLOGY - LJQF., Intra. Sports. Jr Class C0 G S Class Comm. ' ' mm" oph' GEORGE J HOGG 16 - ' 05 Ocean Ave., N. Wildwood N J - IN IVIECHANICAL ENGINEERING - ASME , .' ' '. BL Villanova Engr. ' ' ' " Sec" P' Tau 51311185 CLARENCE E. H B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' A.S.M.E., S.A.M.' I OLKO ' 263 N. Olds Blvd., Fairless Hills, Pa. - ntra. Sports, Pistol Team. 9' 1 1 2 V' l Then after I locked him in the closet . . ,a ss-I: L' 4 V 1 I -':"""'-if Q ' l -frpa, . ,- ' 1 91 v X , . IBY SENIORS JUS It's a good thing I woke up at six. Another minute and I would have missed my turnoff. Top Row: GERALD L. IBY ' 2122 Chapel Ave., Cherry Hill, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' I.J.F.g WWVUQ S.A.M.g Accounting Soc. JOEL G. IMP ' N. 7th St., Ext. R.D. .7f,.f'1, Allentown, Pa. ' B.A. IN scIENcE. MARTIN A. INRA ' 14-66 164th St., Whitestone, N. Y. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Intra. Sportsg K of C5 Pre-Law-Soc., Villanova Singers. Second Row .' JOHN W. JACKSON ' 303 S. New St., West Chester, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Student Councilg Alpha Sigma Lambda. ROBERT M. JANSEN ' 10 N. Linden Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug I.E.E.E.g Intra. Sports. DANIEL G.' JARVIS ' 59 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Intra. Sportsg S.G.A. Third Row: FRANCIS F. JARZYNA ' 261 Avon Rd., Apt. H-259, Devon, Pa. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. FRANCIS E. JEPSON, JR. ' 5515 Kathleen Pl., Springfield, Va. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' NROTCg Intra. Sports. JANE A. JERNIGAN ' 23 Grant Ave., Toms River, N. J. ' n.s IN NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi, Belle Masqueg Sr. Steer. Comm., Soph Class Comm., Shamokinakig Women's Glee Club. X ,vv- 6-4,- I tar Fourth Row: i THOMAS J. JEZIERNY ' 3302 W. 67th St... Chicago, Ill. ' PHYSICS ' NROTCg Physics Club. FREDERICK J. JONES ' 18 Winchell Rd., Warwick, R. I. IN cIvIL ENGINEERING ' NROTCQ Drill Team: A.S.C.E.: Sports. LAWRENCE A. JONES ' 1513 Kcmzcwick Rd., Baltimore, E.s. IN EcoNoIwIIcs ' Intra. Sports: K of C: Marketing Soc.. ball. Bottom Row: ROBERT J. JONES ' 1407 Oberlin .-iw., Jolm.vto:s'n, Pa. ' MECIIANICAI. ENGINEERING ' S.G.A.: Sr. Stccr. Comm.: Jr. Comm., A.S.M.E.g Intrn. Sportsq SXIIICIIIIIIN' Soc.: Soph. Class DAVID M. JONIK ' 4064 Ridge Aw.. Tr'v'IIoxI', Pu. ' ILE. IN ICAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.ClI.E.g intra. Sports. WALTER S. JOSEPHSON ' Box 244. Skipfuxrk. Po. ' MATIIEMIIIICS. fff ffl ff! ,. fl n ,"' , Ti f B.S. IN ' EE. Intra. Md. ' Foot- B.E. IN Steer. Comm. GIIIRI- Rls, IN -T JUG SENIORS KEL S, In.-.X Top Row: RUDOLPH E. JUG0 . 1z.s. IN ECONOMICS - Football' LAWRENCE P. JUSTICE . 3 12101 Dunklee La., Garden Grove, Calif. ' 4 Bancker St., Albany, N, Y, . BS IN LDUCATION ' Sr' Steer- Comm-S Pre-Law Soc., S.G.A.' Intra. Sports, Llterary SOC., Villanovan, Delta Epsilon Sigma. y . , I 0 l JOHN R. KAHLER Q. - ' 331 Awlid Rd., Blackwood, N. J. ' BA, IN SOCIAL STUDIES. qv--fr Q-1 Second Row: KENNETH C. KALETA ' 400 N. Edgewood, La Grange Pk., Ill. ' E.A. IN ENGLISH. V WALTER J. KAMINSKI - 475 cmffoe sr., Philadelphia Pa. - B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Sr. Steer. Comm: Intra. Sports. BEATRICE Z. KANE ' 141 Hastings Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION. v 5' vs- 1 Third Row: HAROLD M. KANE ' 504 Larchwood Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports. RAYMOND W. KANE ' 1080 Michael Pl., Seaford, N. Y. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Drill Team, A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports, Phi Kappa Pi, NROTC. Fowl' Row: MICHAEL K. KASHON - 116 N. Kenyon Ave., Margate, N. J. - s.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E., I.C.G., Intra. Sports, K of C, Photography Club, Villanova Engr., Phi Kappa Pi, A.S.C.E. STANLEY I. KASZUPSKI ' 2366 Duncan St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' BE. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.Ch.E. WILLIAM C. KAUFMANN ' 442 S. White Horse Pike, Berlin, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMZICS ' Intra. Sports, Marketing Soc. STEPHEN G. KE.-XRNEY ' 1212 Edmonds Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Marketing Soc., Pres., Pi Sigma Epsilon, Vice- Pres., Intra. Sports, Psychology Club, S.G.A., Conservative Club, Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm. Bottom Row: ANNE P. KEANE ' 97 Windsor Ave., Narberth, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING. H. JOSEPH KEHL ' 924 Addingham Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Pi Sigma Epsilon, Sec., Mu Lambda Chi, Pres., Treas., Marketing Soc., Intra. Sports, Football, Basketball, Finance Soc. I JOHN I. KELLEHER ' 63 Eutaw St., Lawrence, Mass. ' B.s. in ECONOMICS ' Football, Shamokinaki. What's a three letter word for Donkey? I U, i ji V-.-. .S-xr ' f R-S. .A ' S- ' X I -X -1 'lb 1, gy r N -L V Q '-'ef .X , . . -'73 KEL SENICRS KIR Top Row: TIMOTHY J. KELLEHEER ' 43 Fernwood Ave., Bradford, Mass. ' BA. IN MODERN LANGUAGES ' Spanish Club, S.G.A. EILEEN G, KELLENGERG ' 2 Sherman Ave., Rockville Centre, N. Y. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi, Women's Glee Club, Belle Air, Ir. Class Comm. IOHN I. KELLEY ' 30 Meade Rd., Ambler, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOM- ICS ' Villanova Singers, Belle Air. Second Row: GEORGE W. KELLNER - 1211 Oak Knoll, Lake Forest, Ill. 9 B.A. ' Villanova Singers. ELIZABETH A. KELLY ' 131 Hickory La., Rosemont, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' S.G.A., Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Belle Masque, Pi Theta Chi, Shamokinaki, Villa- novan, Womenls Glee Club, WWVU. MICHAEL D. KELLY ' 171 St. Mark's Ave., Freeport, N. Y. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Cheerleader, Delta Pi Mu, Intra. Sports, Lynx, Shamokinaki. Third Row: ROBERT F. KELLY ' Galtamont Ct., Morristown, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc. THOMAS J. KELLY, JR. ' 119' Mon Dela Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' B.s. IN EcoNoMICs ' NROTC, S.G.A., Drill Team, Intra. Sports, Semper Fidelis, Accounting Soc. ROBERT J. KENIN ' 915 E. Ellet St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. nv ECONOMICS ' NROTC, Marketing Soc., Vice-Pres., S.G.A., Pi Sigma Epsilon. Fourth Row: KEVIN F. KENNEY ' 487 S. Maple Ave., Glen Rock, N. J. ' B.s. IN CHEMISTRY ' S.G.A., Intra. Sports, Soph. Class Comm. WILLIAM T. KEWESHAN ' 5446 Trackawanna St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN BIOIJOGY ' Spanish Club, Intra. Sports Political Union. JOHN M. KICHULA ' 1121 Morefield Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, I.E.E.E., Intra. Sports. To the pike! To the pike! vllblw 'Qtr' gp-0 new Qu Bottom Row: JOHN I. KILCOYNE ' 010 Green St., Bria'gcport. Pa, ' RA. IN ENGLISH ' Intra. Sports. JOHN J- KING, JR. ' 524 Pl7'Il'l1't'f'h07'?I RJ., .King of Prussia. Pa. ' n.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Pi Sigma Epgilgn, JAMES P- KIRBY ' 135 .-ldvlz' :l'1'c'., I'if1'Sl'rn'gh, Fix, ' RAS. IN E00- NOMICS ' Accounting Soc.: lntrn. Sports: R ot C. hlnrlq-ting See, Pre-Law Soc., Plmotogmphy Club. KIS sEN1oRs KQS Typ Row: ROBERT .-X. KISCH ' 240 llrllington Rd., Garden City- N y , ss. IN Eamomcs ' Accounting Soc.: K of C: lntra. Sportsi Soph Class Comm. ' FRANK T. KITCHMIRE ' 1411 .l1t. Ephraim Rive., Carnden, N j 0 RA. IN Psvcnotoox' ' Psychology Club, Yillgmova Singers- ' ' GEORGE J. KLEIN ' 130 Clifton five., Sharon Hill, Pa. . RE. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pig Sanctuary Soc.: A1-ChE Vice-Pres.g Who's Who. ' " Second Row: JAMES T. KLEIN - 2518 Loring Pl., Bronx, N. Y, . BA- , Base- ballg C.C.D.g Intra. Sports, Spanish Club. JUDITH MINDNICH KLIMEK ' 77 Lincoln Pl., Irvington N J ' Rs. IN NURSING ' Womens Glee Club, Pi Theta Chig Belle Air: Soph. Clam Comm. ' HENRY J. KNEIDINGER ' 470 W. Rosetree Rd., Media Pa - 320131 BIOIDGY ' Lambda Kappa Deltag Biology Clubg Rolitilcal Third Row: JOHN J. KOLOWSKI ' 2357 E. Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, Pa, - BA. IN PsYcHoI.oGY ' Psychology Clubg Sr. Steer. Comm.. Inna Sports. ' ' RICHARD J. KOMOROWSKI - isos Julien of., Belmar, N, J, . BE- IN Mil-ICLIANIGAL ENGINEERING ' NROTCQ Sr. Steer. Comm.- QfM'E'i Pm Kappa Pi? Villanova Engl? K of C5 Intra. Sports l CIVEIHARD J. KONDRACKI ' RD. ifl, Chester, N. Y. ' 13.15, IN ENG-'NEERING ' A-5-C-E-Q C.C.D.g Shamokinaki. M b ' . av e those Dlnk elephants w111 lead me back .to the car. Qr'--. ll I9 N ,V 4 mv ' 'tw Q., "'f""9- '57 'ff'-ia. we A We Fourth Row: ANN KONZEN ' 3425 Orchard Trail, Toledo, Ohio ' B.s. IN NURSING ' Belle Air, Pi Theta Chi, Women's Glee Club, Jr. Class Comm. RICHARD E. KOOB ' 316 Sunset Ave., Old Bridge, N. J. ' B.s. nv EDUCATION ' K of C5 Semper Fidelisg Villanova Singers, Biology Clubg Soph. Class Comm.5 Baseball, Intra. Sports. ROBERT E. KOOGLER, JR. ' 9 Robin Rd., Spring Valley, N. Y. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Belle Masque. Bottom Row: ALAN E KOPECKI ' 528 Cherry Tree La., Smoke Rise, N- J- ' BE. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' S.G.A.g A.S.M.E.g Intra. Sports. RONALD H. KORNAFEL ' 1125 Potter St., Chester, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Soc., Vice-Pres. M KOSHLAP ' 29 Sunset Terr, Wayne, N. J. ' BA. IN DONALD . - , seem SCIENCE - Footballg NROTCQ spanish Club? Delia P1 Mu: Rugbyg Sr. Steer. Comm.g Jr. Class Comm., Intra. Sports. KQW SENIORS LAM Top Row: I D JAMES B. KOWALSKIE ' 213 E. Mahanoy Ave., Mahanoy City, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E.g University Band, Villanova Engr. DAVID J. KOZMA ' 1137 Lakemont Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Intra. Sports, C.C.D. DENNIS A. KRAEBEL ' 45 Birchwood Rd., Glenn Rock, N. J. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Soph. Class Comm., Intra. Sports. Second Row: ROBERT J. KRAMER ' 34 S. Main St., Holland, N. Y. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS. THOMAS J. KRAUSE ' 6700 Trinity St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Literary Soc., S.G.A. Rep., Villanovan, Ed., Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr, Steer. Comm., I.C.G.5 Intra. Sports, Lynx, Shamokinakig Who's Who, WWVU. DAVID P, KRECK ' 112 E. Chester Pike, Ridley, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports. Third Row: FRANCIS R. KRECK - 112 E. Chester Pike, Ridley, Pa. ' B.E. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. BRIAN E. KRUPAR ' 524 Hampton St., Greensburg, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' K of C5 Gamma Phi, Treas.g Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. JOHN J. KULESZA ' 265 Sherwood Ave., Trenton, N. J. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E. Seventy-tive bucks and I can't get it off my middle finger! SW r I 'Www . aim. ,Q Z'h. Aga' . ,f Fourth Row: JEFF C. KUMER ' 958 Summer Pl., Pittsburgh, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Intra. Sportsg Villanova Singersg Phi Kappa Pi. MICHAEL F. KUSHMORE ' 1234 Dauphin Ave., Wyomissing, Pa. ' E.s. IN ECONOINIICS ' Soph. Class Comm.g Finance Soc.g Intra. Sports, S.G.A. GREGORY S. KUZNIEWSKI ' 150-42 16th Road, Wlziteslorze, JV. Y. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' NROTCg Drill Team: Phi Kappa Pi: Intra. Sports, Semper Fidelisg A.S.C.E. Bottom Row: THOMAS G. LAGANA ' 1400 Illt. Salem La., Wilmirzgtorz, Del. ' E.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E., Sr. Steer. Comm. CHARLES D. LAMOUREUX ' 49 Fairmount St., Jlarlboro, Ilfass. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' NROTCg I.R.S.g Political Union. ANTHONY J. LAMPAZZI ' 307 Oneida St., Sayre, Pa. ' B.A. m SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Lambda Kappag Villanovan, Business Mgr.g K of C. ..,.. .NI wx , 'wwf .. .'F',:5u l I E I I . . . .. -..,.....,,..... 'N-Q i f"S 'wg I N. Q W' I ka i A Q- .-rx Nr' A icy. "UN-. C 2 44.9, fav X-e.,,,,. Fourth Row: THEODORE M. LAVEN ' Frue Michel Chauvet, Geneva, Switzer- land ' B.S. IN PHYSICS ' Pistol Team, All-American, Physics Club 3, Intra. Sports, S.G.A., K of C. ROBERT I. LAWLER ' 909 Old Orchard La., Bristol, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M., Intra. Sports. JOHN C. LAWRENCE ' 25 Maple Hill Rd., Huntington, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Conservative Club, Vice-Pres., Pres., Political Union, C.C.D., Intra. Sports, Young Republicans, S.G.A., Rep. Bottom Row: RICHARD H. LEACH ' 204 Wallingford Ave., Wallingford, Pa. ' BE. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Sr. Class Comm. ROBERT E. LEE ' 4307 Glendale St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN PHYSICS ' Physics Club, Sr. Steer. Comm. WILLIAM I. LEHR ' 6147 Edmund St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' BAE. IN ELECTRICAB ENGINEERING ' Intra. Sports, I.E.E.E. LAM SENIORS LEH Top Row: ROBERT J. LAMPE - 11 Fielding Pl., Metuchen, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Golf, Marketing Soc., Villanova Singers, WWVU, Intra. Sports. EUGENE N. LANGAN, IR. ' 200-A Rockwell Ter., Fredrick, Md. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Villanovan. WILLIAM J. LA-NGELIER - ss Eastern Promenade, Holyoke, Mass. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. Second Row: ALLYN R. LA RASH, JR. ' 2221 E. Washington La., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Pi Sigma Epsilon, Accounting Soc. ROBERT LARKIN ' 508 Turnpike, Pompton Plains, N. J. ' BE. m MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Soph. Comm. HALLER G. LARUE, IR. ' 342 E. Walnut St., Shillington, Pa. ' B.S. IN GEOLOGY. Third Row .- VINCENT K. LASPROGATA ' 6341 Woodbine Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.A. ' Delta Pi Mu, Intra. Sports, Rugby. PHILIP I. LAURIELLO ' 6743 Guyer Ave., Philadelphia 42, Pa. ' BE. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pi, Pres., Pi Tau Sigma, Treas., A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports, Who's Who. MIGUEL D. LAUSELL ' Box 938 Bayamon, Puerto Rico ' BA. IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Spanish Club, Political Union, Pre-Law Soc., Intra. Sports. Either take a bath this week or ind a new roommate. . ,,.-I ' ' 0'4" '. A -' - .- , 'a'OH"'l" ' ' ix- ' I '.' 93 1 2771, .---' -"III" - I' rL'.'-.,,,4- I- ' 1 i . I V LE1 SENIORS ,LO Top Row: ' ' MEE NGO CHAN LEI ' 603 S. 48th St., Philadelphia, Pa. GARY F. LEIDECKER ' 11 Bushy Ridge Rd., West Port, Conn. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY. CHARLES R. LEO, III ' 76 Thiells Rd., Stony Point, N. Y. ' Is.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, K of C, Shamokinaki, Jr. Class Comm., S.G.A. Second Row: R. GREGORY LEONARD ' 551 Plymouth Rd., Plymouth Meeting, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Political Union, Pres., Vice-Pres., Sr. Steer. Comm., lntra. Sports, I.R.S., I.C.G., Villanovan, Sr. Class Comm. ROBERT J. LESNIEWSKI ' 1834 W. Rockland St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, I.E.E.E., WWVU, Soph. Class Comm. ISABELLE M. LIEGGI ' 6827 Finch Pl., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING. Third Row: FRED I. LINK ' 4402 N. 7th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, I.E.E.E., WWVU. JOSEPH N. LINSALATA ' 1730 Wyngate Rd., Wynnewood, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Belle Masque, I.J.F., Literary Society, Villanovan, Belle Air, Delta Pi Mu, Football, Shamokinaki, Lynx, T8zT, Sec., Soph. Class Comm., S.G.A. GERALD F. LIONE ' 83 Maltbie Ave., Stamford, Conn. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., A.S.C.E., Hockey Club, lntra. Sports, Tau Beta Pi, S.G.A. Fourth Row: RALPH W. LITZENBERGER ' Durham, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Baseball, Delta Pi Epsilon, Intra. Sports, Villanova Singers. LAWRENCE A. LIVERS, JR. ' 1112 Willow St., Norristown, Pa. ' I3.S. IN ECONOIVIICS ' Pre-Law Soc., Track, Basketball, Intra. Sports. WILLIAM C. LIVINGOOD, JR. ' 111 Pine Rd., Sayre, Pa. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Swimming, Delta Pi Mu, Psychology Club. Before we proceed any further, does anyone else want to quit? I EwmwW,gw '51 fir I . f . ima-v , , 4-W., ,Q '73-?3V 'X' 123' in wr.:-P E Bottom Row: FREDRICK M. LIVINGSTON. lll ' 44 Oakzr-ood .-1:-r.. Rye. X. l'. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' .-X.S.C.li.: lntru. Council. lr, Rapp lntru. Sports, Lacrosse. CHARLES V. LOBOSCO ' 145-42 33rd flaw.. Fi:.sl:iI:g. N. lf ' II..-I. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Bello Air, Biology Clulag L11-S.: lg of C1 '5ll2Nll0klI1111iii Yill,IIIOx',III: lls5'ClIOlOgy Club: Hislorx' Club: Sociology Club, Literary Soc. A THOMAS M. LOFTUS. JR. ' O01 Rlmtw: SS.. lll:5!.I.:'cipi:5t:. IRI. ' ILS. lN 1iL'0N0lXllllS ' Coxisciwgilivc Club: l'rc-l.uu' Soc 1 Yillguiovunz .elccountinpz Soc. X f-1. 75. -. - N ! '. -X - 'X K rj, 11" .. 'V' V J' Q vw- 'N-4. 'VST LCM SENIORS MAF Top Row LOUIS A LOMBARDI S438 BA IN SOCIAL SCIENCE SOC10lOgy Club S GA BRUCE D LOMBARDO 1412 W Vzeto Dr Lancaster BS IN ECONOMICS G P Accountmg Soc MICHAEL B LOSCALZO 1417 Sprzng Lake Dr Erze Pa Wayne Ave Phzladelphza amma h1 Lynx Conservatne Club CCD QF' fir' qv-5, NK Second Row JOSEPH W LOW AS JR 100 Country Club Dr Manhasset N Y B A IN SOCIAL SCIENCE Delta P1 'VIu Intra Sports, Spamsh Club Semper F1del1s S G A BARBARA I LOWERY Sugartown Rd Malvern RD 41792 Pa BS IN NURSING ALDEN R LUDLOW IV 717 Waverly Rd Bryn Mawr, Pa BS IN ECONOMICS NROTC Sr Steer Comm Young Repubhcans Th1rd Row ALBERT R LUPCHO JR 2428 Wzmpole St Alzquzppa Pa BS IN ECONOMICS jr Steer Comm Basketball Mor, Intra COUDCII Intra Sports K of C Pre Law Soc Vrllanovan Soph Class Comm Accountmt, Soc Sr Steer Comm MARY F LYNCH 3228 Berkley Ave Drexel Hzll Pa BS N NURSING ANTHONY P MACALUSO 140.5 Logan Rd Wanarnassa, N J BS IN ECONOMICS SAM Vlllanovan Belle Arr, Shamokmakl Intra Sports Jr Class Comm Soph Class Comm Sr Class Comm Fourth Row JOSEPH G MEICARTHUR 1600 Margo La West Chester, Pa B E IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING A I Ch E FREDERICK S MACARY 36 Dzxze Ave Waterbnrg Conn BE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING NROTC I E E E HUGH M MACKAY 34 Rnmford St Concord N H BA IN ENGLISH Intra Sports Plstol Team Bottom Row THOMAS M MACKSEY JR 3419 Morton Rd Newtown Square P B A IN POLITICAL SCIENCE Pre Law Soc MERLE F MAFFEI 2106 Woodward Ave, Pzttsbnrgh Pa BE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING K of C Pre Law Soc , Hockey Club, Intra Sports JOSEPH A MAFFONGELLI JR 20 Glenwood Rd Upper Montclazr N J BA IN SOCIAL SCIENCE VIl1anovan K of C Jr Steer Comm Sr Steer Comm Shamokmalu SOCl010gy Club SGA Whos Who BE IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Sr Steer Comm IEEE Hockex Club Intra Sports Dx 'QS "sf- wx, 9x N! x.,-Q 5... Thats all rxght The Flv wont drxnk much 0.- I x . toIt Sie 1' 7 MAG SENIORS MAR The Marines want me! Top Row: PETER R. MAGGIO ' 1431 Brush Hill Rd., Milton, M ass. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Pi sigma-Epsilon, Hockey Club. WILLIAM M. MAGUIRE ' 714 Vernon Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sportsg Pre-Law Soc.g Accounting Soc. PATRICK H. MAHADY - 201 spring si., Latrobe, Pa. - Ba. IN HISTORY ' Literary Soc.3 S.G.A, Second Row: JAMES P. MAHON ' 7 Oak Terr., Neptune City, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Villanovang S.A.M.g Jr. Class Comm., Marketing Soc.3 Soph. Class Comm.g Shamokinakig Beta Gamma Debateg NROTCQ Intra. Sports. VICTOR A. MAJEWSKI ' 144 Edgewood A've.,'Brookha'uen, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS. PHILIP J. MALARKEY ' 1104 Mahantongo St., Pottsville, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E.g I.J.F.g Intra. Sportsg Villanova Singersg Sr. Steer. Comm. Third Row: THOMAS B. MALONE ' 31 Eschenbach St., Frankfurt Main, Germany ' B.s. IN PSYCI-Ionoov. JAMES MALSEED 0 32 E. 6th St., Media, Pa. ' B..s. IN ECONOMICS ' I.J.F.g I.R.S.g WWVUQ Sr. Class Comm.g Jr. Class Comm., Accounting Soc. ROBERT N. MANGONE ' 3953 McClure Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. ' E.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Drill Teamg NROTCQ Sr. Steer. Comm., Baseball, Intra. Sportsg History Club. czl . 'l de:-aw. ""' Kr I A' t"" S4 1 Fourth Row: ROBERT D. MARCIANO 0 312 New Har-.uinton Rd., Torringf-vm Conn. ' im. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Delta Pi Mug I.F.C.g Intra. Sp0riS3 Cheerleaderg Sociology Clubg S.G.A.3 Soph. Class Comm. JOSEPH V. MARCIN ' 128 Vernon St., Manchester, Conn. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Conservative Clubg Intra. Sportsg K of C5 S.A.M. JOSEPH F. MARSH ' 17 Milburn Ave., Grenlock, N. J. ' B.S- TN POLITICAL SCIENCE. Bottom, Row: I CHARLES J. MARTIN ' o Harvey Lu., Malvern, Pa. ' 11.8. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. FRANCIS J. MARTINEZ ' O50 Kenmore Rd., Philadelphia. Pa. ' u.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. LOUIS F. MARTINI ' 201 Perm Blvd., Larlsdownc, Pa. ' ILA. IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Basketball: I.J.F.: Intra. Sports: K of C: RUKUY3 Slmmokinakig Spanish Clubg WWVU: Soph, C1955 Comm.: Psy' chology Club. .XSD-X if rs. . by rx. no-F' Fourth Row: BRUCE R. MCCAFFERY ' 1 Allen Ave., Alenhurst, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' NROTCg Delta Pi Epsilon, Intra. Sports, Rugby. MARYANN T. MCCARTHY ' 2537 N. 2nd St., Harrisburg, Pa. ' BS. IN NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi, Navy Nurse Candidate Corps, Shamokinakig Soph. Class Comm. NEIL R. MCCARTHY ' 1032 Locust Rd., Wilmette, Ill. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc.g Young Republicans Club. Bottom Row: JOSEPH P. MCCAULEY ' 837 Ivy Rd., Broad Axe, Pa. ' B.A. IN HISTORY ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Villanovang History Club, Treas. WALTER J. MCCAULEY ' Water St., Mahonoy Plane, Pa. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. WILLIAM J. MCCLOSKEY ' 7231 Brent Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' WWVU, Station Mgr.g Villanovang I-I-F-S Belle Airy Sr. Steer. Comm.g Ir. Class Comm.g Shamokinaki. 'Bw ' 3 V i 1 kr I l I MAT SENIORS MCC Top Row: JOHN J. MATHIAS ' 707 1 CHEMISTRY ' A.S.C.E., Sec., Treas. nverness Dr., Horsham, Pa. - B,S, IN I HENRY M. MATRI ' 19 Deer Horn Trail, Upper Saddle River, N. J. Q B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sportsg Accounting Oc. CONRAD N. J. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. J. MAYER ' 609 Bergen Dr., Wellington West, Riverton, Second Row: 1 THOMAS C. MAYER ' 609 Lehigh Ave., Lancaster, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' C.C.D.g Conservative Club, Intra. Sports, K of C3 Political Union, Accounting Soc. RICHARD A. MAZZINI ' S730 Nassau St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Eta Kappa Nu, Pres.g Tau Beta Pig I.E.E.E. JOHN E. MCANDREWS, JR. ' 711 Summer St., Media, 'Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Intra. Sports, Literary Soc.g Sociology Club. Third Row: WILLIAM G. MCARTHUR ' 722 Arlington Rd., Penn Valley, Pa. ' B.S. IN MATHEMATICS ' Math Clubg Astronomical Soc.g Intra. Sports: K of C, Soph. Class Comm.g A.S.C.E. GERALD B. MCATEER ' 3220 Cathedral Ave., N.W. Washington, D. C. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Finance.Soc.g Track, Intra. Sports. THOMAS M. MCAULIFFE ' 2728 Boas St., Harrisburg, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E.g Intra. Sports: S.G.A.g Sr. Steer. Comm. I really dOn't have anything to say. I just wanted to straighten mb' shorts. 4 Q Q 'l E. l 1 l I . I , MCC SENIORS M Top Row ROBERT T. MCCOOK Littleton Rd. Morris Plains N J N GEOLOGY Geology Club Pres. S.G.A. Rep., Hockey Club. . N RICHARD F. MCCORMACK Federal Hlll 1 R.D. 4752 Delhi ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. HARRY E. MCCREEDY - Schiller sl., Philadelphia, Ph. - EA. nr POLITICAL SCIENCE . 'V Second Row: GERALD F. MCCUE ' West Elrrl St., Pembroke, Mass. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nug I.E.E-E-5 Intra. S-ports. WILLIAM E. MCCUNE ' 749 Lawson Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' NROTCg Intra. Sportsg Sr. Steer. Comm. JAMES M. MCCUSKER ' 12 Eastman Ave., Foxboro, Mass. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' C.C.D.g Delta Pi Epsilong Finance Soc.g Intra. Sports, Pershing Riilesg Rugby. ,f , , in-1' Third Row: JAMES T. McDONNELL ' 123 Wolf St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. WILLIAM L. MCDONOUGH ' 505 Parkview Dr., Wynnewood, Pa. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Intra. Sportsg Pre-Law Soc.g Villanovang Ir. Class Comm.g Soph. Class Comm.g Accounting Soc., S.G.A. MICHAEL J. MCELDERRY ' 205 Forrest Ave., Elkins Park, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sportsg Accounting Soc. 'hrs 14" ir Fourth Row: M. NANCY MCENERNEY ' 3321 Bryn Mawr Ave., BalaCynwyd, Pa. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Club, Sec. WILLIAM J. MCENTEE, JR. ' 33 Stratford Pl., Deal, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. PATRICIA M. MCERLANE ' 6153 N. Franklin St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN NURSING ' Belle Airg Belle Masqueg Pi Theta Chi Shamokinakig Women's Glee Clubg Jr. Class Comm..g Sr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm. X54 . I 'AA lj E..,. I N--E' Everytime I lie my nose gets longer. Bottom Row: I. MICHAEL MCFADDEN ' 3708 Mt. l'e'rnon Aw.. Brookhavvl- Pa. ' B.s. JN ECONOIXIICS ' Intru. Sports: Accounting Soc. MARUEAN A. MCFALLS ' 2 Salisbury Lone. Malvrm, Pu. ' Ins. IN NURSING ' Navy Nurse Candidate Corps: Alpha psi Qmvgax 'U-9355 Pi Tlwlfl Chix WOmen's Glee Club: Belle ltinsqucg C.C,D,g Bellm Air, Soph. Class Comm.: Slmmokixmki. WILLIAM F. McFAl.l..S ' S02 Cypress Sr., l'e-odun. Pa. ' 11.5.18 ECONOMICS. x MCG SENIORS MCT Top Row : TERENCE J. MCGINLEY, JR. ' 200 Walnut Ave., Wayne pa . B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Beta Gamma Debateg Intra. Sports, Sr, Stger Comm. 3 Accounting Soc. JAMES J. MCGINTY ' 2819 Arctic Ave., Atlantic City N J . Es. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports. JOHN H. MCGOLDRICK ' 236 E. Highland Ave., Philadelphia Pa ' Bs. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. ' Second Row: JOSEPH W. MCGOUGH ' 236 Grant Ave., Bell Mawr, N. J ' RE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E, THOMAS P. MCGOWAN ' 4841 N. Lawrence St., Philadelphia Pa ' E.s. DI ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. PAUL M. MCGRATI-I ' Park Dr., North Rye, N. Y. ' 3,5 IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Footballg Conservative Club, Intra. Council Shamokinakig Spanish Clubg Intra. Sports, Young Republicans Third Row: ALBERT P. MCGRAW - 1428 Anthony Wayne, wayne pa . BS INECONOJNIICS' Koi C. J I ' ROBERT M. MCKEE ' 1131 W. Erie Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sportsg Accounting Soc, THOMAS J- MCLAUGHLIN ' 805 W. Oak St., Norristown, Pa. f B.S. IN ECONOIMICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon, Intra. Sports, S,A,M, Isn't this better than a Blue Key tour. agp, My 1 i rt- fhs J' I L.. I 1 if I 'CD' 'E- Fourth Row: FRANCIS P. MCMANIMON ' 600 Greenway Ave., Trenton, N. J. ' BA. IN HISTORY ' Jr. Steer. Comm., Prelaw Soc., Intra. Sports, History Club, Vice Pres. EUGENE J. MCMANUS ' SOS Upland Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sportsg K of C5 Sr. Steer. Comm.g Account- ing Soc. JOHN R. MCMILLAN ' 1225 Montgomery Ave., Wynnewood, Po. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH. Bottom Row: ALEXANDER E. MCNEIL ' 75 Moore Ave., Mt. Kisco, N. Y. ' BE. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E.g Intra. Sports, Sr. Steer. Comm., Villanovang Villanova Engr. MCSORLEY ' 500 Glen Arden Dr Pittsburgh, Pa. ' RICHARD J. -I B.A. IN HISTORY ' NROTCg Drill Team, Intra. Councilg Intra. Sportsg History Club. JOHN A. MCTEAR ' 9632 Convent Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' 8.5. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E.g Villanova Engin.g Intra. Sports, Sr. Steer. Comm., Soph Class Comm., Political Union, S.G.A. i 3 I li P i v ' 4 in l. MEL SENIORS ,MIT Top Row: ' RICHARD I. MELANSON ' 96 Melrose St., Melrose, Mass. ' B.S IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., SGA, Soph. Class Comm. Intra. Sports. WILLIAM P. MELCHIONNI ' 2246 Gross Ave., Pennsauken, N. J. - B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Basket- ball, Capt. JOSEPH G. MELVIN, IR. ' 4 N. Drexel Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOIVIICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. Second Row: ROBERT J. MENTZINGER ' 23-11 High St., Fairlawn, N. J. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' SGA rep., Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., A.S.C,E., Pres., Blue Key, Intra. Sports, Who's Who. DENIS M. MEREDITH ' Ocean Ranch, 1110 S. Ocean Blvd., Pompano Beach, Fla. ' B.s. IN POLITICAL sCIENCE. ALBERT L. MEYER, JR. ' 306 Owen Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' E.s. IN CLASSICAL LANGUAGE ' Classics Soc. Third Row: FREDERICK A. MEYER ' 140 Remington Rd., Manhasset, N. Y. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Soph. Class Comm., NROTC, Marketing Soc., Vice Pres., SGA rep., Villanova Singers, Intra. Sports. RICHARD W. MEYERSBURG ' S4 William St., Demarest, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Marketing Soc., Pi Sigma Epsi- lon, Pre-Law Soc., Rugby, Shamokinaki. LAWRENCE E. MILLER ' 65 Christine Ave., Trenton, N. J. ' B.s. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Beta Gamma Soc., Sr. Steer. Comm., Pre- law Soc., I.R.S., SGA, Political Union, Shamokinaki, Soph. Class Comm., Jr. Comm., Conservative Club, Biology Club, Intra Sports. Well . . . we dOn't exactly give them away. srscms1unmr mfs , TIME ' LIFE - SPURTS lllUSTRMID , aoiumormnnmncnzmfs md ,mms 1314? X te... l 4r , 1:7 Jn. .1 bf .' Fourth Row: EDWARD J. MILLISON - 122 S. Highland Rd., Springfield, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' NROTC, Ir. Class Comm., Intra. Sports, Pershing Riiies, Co-Capt. TERENCE N. MILLS ' Brinton Lake, R.D. 315, West Chester, Pa. ' E.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE - History Club, Villanovan, Political Unionq Rug-by, Belle Masque. LAURENCE I. MILY ' 2628 Columbia St., .-lllvrztozwz. Pa. ' E.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Belle Masque Sec.: C.C.D.: SGA: WWVU. Bottom Row: MARIANN P. MINK ' 1020 Larchmonl Ave., Havvrtotcu, Pu. ' E.s. IN NURSING. PHILIP A. MINO ' Annandale, R.D. gil, Annandale. N. J. ' B.s. IX EDUCATION ' Belle Air, K of C, Grand Knight: Sanctuary Soc. - DONALD A. MITCHELL, JR. ' -181 Timber Lu., Draws, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOIXIICS ' Intra. Sports, Marketing Soc.: Pi Sigma Epsilon, Shamokinaki. pun. fag 1" ' You ' ..- ,,...,,, X T? l ' "" Q- ' 282 ' .HIE 1. lg gr. 1 si. - 'Sq-' S H5-0 TWA ,fu Fourth Row: ROBERT T. MORGENSTERN ' 18 Elm St., Newton, N. J. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Belle Airg Delta Pi Mu, Sec.g Intra. Sportsg S.G.A.g Pre-Law Soc., Literary SOC. JOHN A. MORRISON ' 3 Overlook Rd., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm.g Hockey Clubg Intra. Sportsg K of C5 S.A.M.g Villanovan. FRANCES X. MORRISSEY ' 124 Copely Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pig Villanova Engr.g A.S.C.E.3 S.G.A. Rep.g Intra. Sports. Bottom Row: ROBERT L. MORSE S 16 Gruber Dr., Glen Cove, N. Y. 0 B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sportsg K of C5 Marketing SOc.g Pi Sigma Epsilong S.G.A. Rep., Pre-Law SOC. CHARLES A. MULLEN ' SO E. Brown St., Norristown, Pa. ' BS. DI ECONOMICS ' Accounting SOc.g Intra. Sports. , MICHAEL P. MULLEN ' 207 Barclay La., Cherry Hill, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Accounting Soc.g Pre-Law Soc., Intra. Sports. ' MCP SENIORS MUL TDP Row: JOSEPH F. MOFFA - 2845 Berkley St., Camden N. J - BA IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Psychology Club. I I ' JOHN A. MOF FITT ' 91 Pratt St., R P ' N , , SOCIAL SCIENCE - S.A.M.g A.S.M.E.g Intrqlsgimoriiml l Y. Els. nl JOHN E. MOHL ' l 1219 Willow Sl Lebangn P ' U. . BI. IN EL - TRICAL ENGINEERING. , , EC Second Row: . RALPH T. MONACO ' 3,7'Far Horizons Dr., Easton, Pa. ' B.A. IN PHILOSOPHY. THOMAS D. MONTE ' 12 Bellegrove Dr., Upper Montclair, N. J. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' C.C.D.g K of C5 Jr. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm. IAN V. MONTERO ' Apartado Aereo 6310, Cali Valle, Colombia, South America ' B.A. IN MODERN LANGUAGE. Third Row: CHARLES P. MOORE ' 509 Chester Rd., West Chester, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' Football, K of C3 Marketing SOc.3 Intra. Sports. CARLISLE L. MORGAN ' 417 Garland Rd., Northwood, Wilming- ton, Del. ' B.s. IN PHYSICS ' Physics Club, Sec.-Treas., Vice-Pres., 'Delta Epsilon Sigma, Lynxg Mendel Bulletin, Ed., Intra. Sports, Conservative Club, Vice-Pres. JAMES F. MORGAN, IR. ' 612 Merion Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' NROTCQ Sr. Class, Vice-Pres.g Jr. Steer. Comm.g Intra. Sports, Shamokinakig T 8: T, Pres. More Park's Sausages MOM! M L SENIORS QQ Top Row: ' T. DANIEL MULLRAY ' Valley View, Newtown Square, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Soc. AIDAN T. MURPHY ' 36 Princeton Ave., Berkeley Heights, N. J. ' B.E. IN CIvIL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pi, NROTC, Drill Team. CORNELIUS J. MURPHY, IR. ' 1943 E. Cheltenham Ave., Phila- delphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Villanovan, S.A.M., Intra. Sports. Second Row: EDWARD F. MURPHY ' 2724 Morris Rd., Ardmore, Pa. ' B.S- IN EDUCATION ' History Club, S.G.A., Lacrosse, Intra. Sports. ROBERT J. MURPHY ' 7031 Greenhill Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' E.A. IN ENGLISH. DANIEL T. MURRAY ' 6827 Narrows Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' B.A. IN SCIENCE. Third Row: DENNIS M. MURRAY ' 74 Buttonball La., Glastonbury, Conn. ' B.E. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' S.G.A., Ir. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm., A.I.Ch.E., Intra. Sports ' JANE M. MURRAY ' 214 Powell Rd., Springfield, Pa. ' B.S. IN NURSING. CHARLES MYERS ' 14 W. Moreland Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. Fourth Row: ROBERT T. NAST ' R.D. Highland Ave., West Chester, Pa. ' B.S. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. JOHN I. NATALINI ' 212 Belvoir Rd., R.D. 34, Norristown, Pa. ' B.S. IN BIOLOGY ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Belle Masque, K of C, Biology Club. GENNARO L. NICASTRO ' 112 Clarnar Ave., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Rugby, K of C, Sr. Steer. Comm., Accounting Soc. Cheat in my Ethics test, Sir? mt ,VL A we-:radii gp .5 1-ye-1. '27 K.-7-,, , ff:a:,f,h g , A 505: .,f -hi ff:-7'-1-, , WM Y-5'-S' bv Snag.: 1-u-L Q Bottom Row: FRANK G. NISENFELD ' O7Ol 7111 Sl.. Plziludelplziu. Pa. ' 15.5. IX BIOLOGY ' Conservative Club, Biology Club: l.j.F.g Political Ynion: Spanish Club, Villanovan, History Club. DENNIS N. NITKA ' 160 Isle of l'cnirr,' Ft. 1.a1u1'cra'alr. Flu. ' ILE. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E.: 1.J.F.: lntru. Sporrgg Simmo- kinaki, S.A.M., Villanova Singers. WILLIAM K. NOOK ' 2720 171'-v41'm Rd., Slzulcrr Hriglrts. Ohio ' BS- IN ECONOMICS ' SV- 310011 CONN.: K of C: Slizimolaingikig lnrra. Sports, S.G.A. S.. 5, .s. ,f l ffff., "VX Second Row : RICHARD O'BRIEN ' S6-15 Ava Pl., Jamaica Estates, N. Y. ' B.S, IN EDUCATION. GEORGE P. O'CONNELL ' S43 Elkins Ave., Elkins Park, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS. MICHAEL I. O'CONNELL ' 1824 Gardenia Ave., Merrick, N. Y. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc.. S.G.A., Pre-Law Soc., Intra. Sports, Shamokinaki. Third Row: DENNIS I. O'CONNOR ' 19 Menand Rd., Menands, N. Y. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' K of C, Marketing Soc., Pre-Law Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon, S.A.M. CHARLES O'DONNELL ' 1358 Edgehill Rd., Darby, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. DENNIS J. 0'HARA ' 606 W. Park St., Arlington Hgts., Ill. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' NROTC, Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Blue Key, Lynx, Ed., Pre-Law SOC., Rugby, Villanovan, WhO's Who. Fourth Row: HARRY W. OLDFIELD, JR. ' 123 Mansion Dr., Media, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Soc., Lacrosse, Intra. Sports, Soph. Class Comm., NROTC. JOHN F. O'LOUGHLIN ' 1219 Rose St., Plainfield, N. J. ' E.A. ' S.G.A. Rep., Villanovan, Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., Shamokinaki. WILLIAM F. O'MALLEY ' 418 Arlington Pl., Chicago, Ill. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports. Bottom Row: BRUCE A. O'NEILL ' 7327 Boyer St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' I.C.G., Pre-Law Soc., Political Union, Sociology Club. JOSEPH 1. O'NEILL ' 235 Magnolia Terr., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports, Track. PATRICK D. O'NEILL ' 238 Strathmore Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Belle Masque, Intra. Sports, S.A.M., Accounting Soc. SENIORS Q E Top Row: IOSEPH E. NOV EIEEIAXELCAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E.,'ViIlanOva Engr, J- OBRIEN ' 450 E. Main St., Lansdale, Pa. . BE' U ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E EE, Eta Kappa Nu T . Sports, Tau Beta Pi. - - l reasq mm' KATHLEEN M. O'BRIEN ' 4827 N. Masclzer St., Philadelphia, Pa ' B.S. IN NURSING. I 3 W' 72 E.. i Q i 'N l V 5 ""' Ladies Sz Gentlemen it Gringoes of all ages' nfixa ' AK, JR. ' 136 Texas Ave., Trenton, N. J. ' EE. IN i '-.,.. lr, 11" II 41 1 f I 4 I . I I I, la el I If I 1. IA l l - 3 , i li., 1" I 'll il vw, E I I E15 H1 JI: 5. 3 ll .ll I I I , l fx li I. I I I I II I 4 ll! 1 U 1 I 54, Ala: GSH SENIORS PEA A.. ew 431' 'Mez' ,na- I don't believe he did That! K bv Top Row: TIMOTHY B. OISHEA ' 911 N. George St., Rome, N. Y. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Delta Pi Mu, Hockey Club, I. J. F., Intra. Sports, Pre- Law Soc. WILLIAM R. O'SHIELDS ' 2177 Broadway, Gary, Ind. ' B.S. DI BIOLOGY. MICHAEL J.-OSLAC ' 3750 Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, Ill. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E., Villanova Engr., NROTC, WWVU, Intra. Sports, Drill Team. Second Row: ANNETTE R. PACZKOWSKI ' 20 Orchard St., South Amboy, N. J. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' WOmen's Glee Club, Pi Theta Chi, Soph. Class Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Sr. Steer. Comm., Belle Air, Shamokinaki. FRANK M. PARFUMI ' 324 S. Columbia Ave., Woodbury, N. J. ' B.S. IN EDUCATION. RICHARD J. PAGE ' 136 N. Portland Ave., Ventnor, N. J. ' B.A. IN MODERN LANGUAGE - C.C.D., Hockey Club, Intra. Sports, Spanish Club. Third Row: JOSEPH A. PANZARELLA ' 244 De Mott Ave., Rockville Centre, N. Y. '3 B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Pre-Law Soc., Intra. Sports, Sociology Club, Psychology Club, Spanish Club, K of C, C.C.D. ROBERT J. PARADIES ' P.O. Box 219, Manila, Philippines ' BE. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Golf, Pi Tau Sigma, WWVU. JAMES M. PARELLA ' 917 Nolle St., Norristown, Pa. ' n.s. IN EDUCATION ' Sr. Steer. Comm., S.G.A., History Club, Intra. Sports. .,. gs- 5 T, Fourth Row: EDWARD A. PARELLO ' 1149 Woodmere Pl., Plainfield, N. J. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Intra. Sports. BARBARA A. PARK ' 6 Clairidge Ct., Montclair, N. J. ' B.S. IN NURSING ' Belle Air, Women'S Glee Club, S.G.A. Rep., Pi Theta Chi, Jr. Steer. Comm., Sr. Steer. Comm., Shamokinaki, C.C.D.: Soph. Class Comm., Sigma Theta Tau, Prelim. Comm., Sec., Who? Who. RICHARD C. PARRI ' 25 Hampton Rd., Hamdcn, Conn. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Cheerleaders, Intra. Sports, K of C, S.G.A. Bottom Row: JOHN R. PATANE ' 409 New Boston St., Carnanota, N. Y. ' BA- IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Baseball, Political Union, I.R.S., Intra. Sports, Soph. Class Comm. LAWRENCE A. PEACOCK ' 1520 4th Aw., .-lxbzngv Park. N. J. ' l3.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Intra. Sports: A.S.M.E., Soph- Class Comm. DAVID R. PEASE ' 48 Lincoln Ave.. lY0f"iE'll'll, Conn. ' R.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi, Intra. Sports, lNlarketim: Soc., S..-XM.: Jr. Class Comm., K of C. ls ,.. l . l X when ye. .,....f' Fourth Row: STEPHEN J. PIPITONE ' 732 N. 63rd St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' Biology Club. EUGENE E. PITTELLI ' S757 Woodcrest Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. TN BIOLOGY. PETER M. PIZZINO ' 19 Prospect Ave., E. Rockaway, N. Y. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E., Intra. Sports. Bottom Row: RODNEY P. PLOURDE ' 29 Beach St., Portsmouth, R. I. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' S.G.A., Tau Beta Pi, Villanova Singers, Intra. Sports, A.S.C.E., Sec., Vice-Pres. EMIL E. POGORELEC ' 88 Center St., Clifton, N. J. ' B.S- IN BIOLOGY ' Intra. Sports, Mendel Bulletin, Business Ed., Biology Club, Vice-Pres., Ir. Class Comm., Sr. Class Comm., Political Union. JOHN D. PORTOCK ' 14 Willard Ave., Pleasantville, N. I. f ES. IN CHEMISTRY ' Intra. Sports. mfn, -V476 ' PEC SENIORS PQR Top Row: PAUL C. PECOR POLITICAL SCIENCE ' NROTC, Intra. Sports, Sh k' lk' amo Ina 1. GREGORY G. PEDEN ' 54 E. 4th St., New Castle, Dgl' . B5 N ARO ' 152 Seneca Ct., Paramus, N J. . BA. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M., Villanovang Marketing Soc., Intra. Sports., Belle Masque, Finance SOC. JOSEPH G. PE NARCZYK ' 515 Newark Ave., Manville, N. J. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Et K -I Beta Pi, l.E.E.E., Intra. Sports. a appa Bu, Vice-Pres., Tau Second Row: THOMAS I. PERLITZ ' 260 Linden St., Winnetka, Ill. 'Q E.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, K of C, Lynx, Psychology Club, Sec. DONALD J. PETERS, IR. ' 345 N. 30th St., Camp Hill, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' NROTC, Bridve Club Pres U I ' RAYMOND E. PETERS ' S32 S. 54th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. Third Row: ROBERT A. PHILLIPS ' 404 Scranton Ave., Lynbrook, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Soph. Class Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Finance SOC., Political Union, Intra. Sports, S.G.A. ANTHONY J. PIETROFITTA ' ZOO Packard St., Hammonton, N. J. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E. ALEXANDER A. PIOTROWSKI ' 618 Graisbury Ave., Haddonfield, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. Joe makes a play off the Held lf f v 4+ - .fe -,N . gli. 1. -3 f-R le! I 3 IE E! Q! l 51 5 E , I - Ei it ily l , K.. PQW SENIORS QUI' Top Row: A SYDNEY J. POWELL, III ' 1148 Morris Rd., Wynnewood, Pa. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Belle Masque, Conservative Club, Intra. Sports, Lambda Kappa Delta, Political Union, Villanovan. I. ERIC PRANTNER ' 214 Rockingham Rd., Rosemont, Pa. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Lambda Kappa Delta, Biology Club. CHARLES M. PREAS ' 1933 Clarenden St., Toledo, Ohio ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Track, Intra. Sports, Soph. Class Comm. Second Row: I JOHN PREGMON ' 626 Maple St., Old Forge, Pa. ' BE. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. THOMAS E. PRIORY ' 116 Jeferson Ave., Bristol, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Pre-Law Soc., Rugby, Soph. Class Comm., Ir. Class Comm. LAWRENCE E. PROCZKO ' 1639 Newport Ave., Northampton, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS. Third Row: FREDERICK J. PSAKI ' 43 Locust St., ,Garden City, N. Y. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Astronomical Soc., Conservative Club, Delta Pi Mu, Intra. Sports, Spanish Club, Pre-Law Soc., Political Union, Villanova Singers. PAUL A. PUCHALIK ' 310 Watchung Ave., N. Plainfield, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Baseball, Intra. Sports, Hockey C-lub. FRANK X. PURCELL, IR. ' 514 Merwyn Rd., Narberth, Pa. ' RE. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.Ch.E., Sec., Treas. Fourth Row: JOEL A. PURCELL ' 1421 Van Stefy Ave., Wyomissing, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. CHARLES H. PURDY ' 159 Oleo Ave., Clementon, N. J. ' B.A. IN HISTORY ' History Club. ANTHONY S. QUATTROCHI ' 113 Railroad Ave., Swedesboro, N. J. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pi, Treas., S.G.A. Rep., I.E.E.E., Intra. Sports. 9-1-201-232-946-7 . . . 1 think . . . gms. X ln! Wk:-'V qw, ar-"" Hag: 41-0- N... Bottom Row: MARIO A. QUATTROCHI - In tum-.-11 .II-I-., mf.-I, 1,Iz.m.f. .Ii I ' II.E. IN CIVII. ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.l?, QUAYLE ' 335 NLl7"IQ'D0Il pliqyy Spuyll I'I,Ii11,YIg'l'Ll. -I ' TLS. IN IIIOLOLIX' ' RinlIIp,y Club, Spgnigh Club, ' Ifllllllll Flt'l4l Kal., l?!r'g'v:2g'i, ig, g'X,Inog, ' H A, IN I'OI.II'ICAI, SCIENCE ' lIItI'II. Sports, IIAIM II, Mu . I 2 8 8 - .... .,,,,,,, ,A ,NNMMAI-H A . A - - nf , W , Y I -if ,, . .... ..., .,.. lppxxx Q I SENIORS REY Top Row: TOM.-XS R. QUINONES ' 1210 .ullglllllflltl .-lw.. Condado Sam, . Pl4t'fl0 Rivv ' 95- IN EVONUMIKN ' Spanish Club: Politioal Uniuwf Astronomical Soc., Accounting Sag, lm,-:L Sports. on' JOHN J. R.-XBEN.-KU . 0524 ly,-.vtrninster St.. St. Louis, M0 ' B A I-:GJNOMICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon. Pres., jr, 5t,.,.,.' Comm. S' IN Comm., S.G.A., Lynx, WhO's Who. .1 I' teer' ROBERT D. RADICS ' 135 Howard Terr., Leona, N. J. - BE I CIvII. ENGINEEEING - Villanova Singers, K of C5 A-S-CE , '. N ming, Intra. Sports, Sr. Class Comm. I nl Wm- Second Row: JOSEPH RAGONESE v 15.31 S. 52nd St., Philadelphia Pa ' BA IN HISTORY ' Political Union, Literary S005 C-CD ., C' Club, Sec., History Club. u, onservauve PATRICK P. RANDAZZO - 12 Maple Leaf Dr., park Ridge N J . Ea. IN HISTORY ' Delta Pi Mu, Intra. Sports, Pre-Lani Soc -D History Club, Jr. Class Comm. " WALTER l- RAY, JR- ' 214 Glenwood Ave., Merchantville N J ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Football. , ' ' Third Row: JOHN I. RAYMOND ' 55 Colgate Ave., Johnstown, Pa. ' BJ-3, IN EI.EC'I'RICAI. ENGINEERING ' NROTC, I.E.E.E., Drill Team, Villanova SIHECISQ Soph. Class Comm. ROBERT M. RAZIANO ' 105 S. Kingman Rd., South Orange, N, J, ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A,M., S.G.A., Rep. DAVID fl- REAP ' 110 Catapla Ave., Perth Amboy, N. J. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports. Y . . ou understand of Course, all Steering Committee applicants must take 2. physical. M1 L ,Ji E!! 'sg' 5 "'521- ?nQ si ia.. 4-, Fourth Row: FRANCIS I. REARDON, IR. ' 4 Maplewood Rd., Worcextcr, Mass. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Political Union, Psychology Club. JAMES I. REFI ' 33 Ruth Ave., Phoenixville, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pi, Sec., Eta kappa Nu, I.C.G., Vice-Chair. THOMAS I. REILLY ' 86 N. Pine Sl., N. Massapequa, N. Y. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Delta Pi Mu, Spanish Club, Intra. Sports. Bottom Row: R 970 Cherrv St Phoenixville Pa. ' LAWRENCE A. REITE ' , V., - , B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Ir. Steer. Comm., I.C.G., Sec., S.G.A Rep, Soph. Class Comm., A.S.M.E.: Intra. Sports JOHN M. REPKO ' 757 Starr St., Phoenixville, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECO- NOMICS . Accounting Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon, I.C.G., Treas. - L . W. Caldwell, N. J. ' GEORGE E. REYNOLDS 29 Grover ay BIS. IN BIOLOGY . Lambda Kappa Delta, Biology Club, Rugby. S 1 ' Y ' rw.wWw1f . ,ny ..,,,,,-...--.. ,M -unxllwv RIC SENIORS RU Top Row: - RONALD G. RICCI ' 1001 Ridge Rd., Ambringe, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pi, I.E.E.E., WWVU, Intra. Sports. HAROLD M. RICH ' Box 554 Shelter Island Hgts., Shelter Island, N. Y. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E., Intra. Sports, S.G.A. JUDITH A. RILEY ' 1620 West Chester Pike, West Chester, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. Second Row: HILDA A. RIVAS ' 749 Haverford Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' B.A. IN PHILOSOPHY ' Spanish Club. JOAN T. ROBBINS ' 1139 E. Rittenhouse St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN NURSING ' Navy Nurse Candidate Corps, C.C.D., Pistol Team, Pi Theta Chi, I.J.F., Belle Masque. MATTHEW F. ROCHE ' 200 N. Wynnewood Ave., Wynnewood, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Literary Soc., Vice-Pres., Pres., Villanovan, Intra. Sports, S.G.A. Third Row: MICHAEL B. ROCHE ' 5853 Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Club, Intra. Sports, Political Union. JAMES E. RODDY ' 3753 McKinley St., Washington, D. C. ' B.S. IN PHYSICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Physics Club, S.G.A. Rep. JOHN W. ROHRER ' 722 Ridge Rd., Smoke Rise, N. J. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Pi Tau Sigma, Pres., Phi Ka-ppa Pi, Hockey Club, A.S.M.E., Jr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Lynx, Sr. Steer. Comm. V Sure beats collecting sea shells! We Fourth Row: FRANCIS P. ROMANO ' 104 S. 2nd St., Bangor, Pa. ' BA. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Intra. Sports, K of C, Shamokinaki, Villanova Singers, Treas., Vice-Pres., Spires, Dir., Soph. Class Comm., Jr. Class Comm., Whois Who. DANA B. ROPER ' 241 Wynclijfe Ave., Clifton Heights, Pa. ' B.S. IN MATHEMATICS ' Delta Epsilon Sigma, Astronomical Soc. RITA M. ROQUE ' 3541 .Iaspen St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IX NURSING. Bottom Row: HERBERT J. ROSE, III ' 642 Ferne Blvd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' E.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. STANLEY A. ROSENBERG ' 337 Station Ave., Haddonsjield, N. J ' B.S. IN BIOLOGY. RICHARD J. ROSENSTEEL ' 325 3rd St., Hanover, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Soc., Football, Intra. Sports. .E -'S -'fi Qi Y's- L wav ?"" w-'X Q Ska. sg . X53 . Of , Q 5 -.. c ..-. 1.. s...-I fi Igxt' rx , Ws..vX C' 'R-A Yung 'vs-f Q- S-:-. I 'MA NDP' Xkw Fourth Row: ROBERT M. RUSSO ' 227 Wall St., Metuchen, N. J. ' B.S. IN BIOLOGY. THOMAS B. RYAN ' 733 Amaryllis Ave., Oradell, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Cornrrrg Marketing Soc., K of C5 Intra. Sports, Pre-Law Soc., Shamokinakig Soph. Class Comm. THOMAS J. RYAN ' 721 Stockton Circle, Ridley Park, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Belle Airg Sr. Steer. COmm.g Pershing Riiies. Bottom Row: WILLIAM J. SAHM ' 3433 N. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. JOSEPH M. SANTOMAURO ' 302 Barbara Dr., Moscow, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS P Football, Accounting Soc., Treas.g Jr. Steer. Comm.g Shamokinakig Intra. Sports. ALFRED J. SARBELLO ' Route 322, Swedesboro, N. J. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E.g Villanova Singers, Phi Kappa Pi. new .ref RCT SENIORS SAR Top Row: RICHARD D. ROTELLA ' 7209 Hazel Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Belle Masque. JAMES F. ROWLEY ' 2078 E. 41st St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' B.E. IX ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Swimming 3 Intra. Sports, Bowling. JEROME M. RUBINO ' 637 50th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' BA. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Delta Pi Mu, Sec., Vice-Pres.g Pre-Law SOc.g Sr. Steering Comm., Intra. Sports, Psychology Club, Second Row: JOHN A. RUGGERI ' 817 Morris St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.A. ' C.C.D., Pres. PETER M. RUGGLES ' 42 Dunbarton Dr., Huntington, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. Political Union, Spanish Clubg University Bandg Sr. Steer. Comm. Third Row: JOHN M. RUSER ' 819 W. Oak St., Norrislown, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. HILARY F. RUSSELL, JR. ' 417 S. Main St., Manchester, Conn. ' B.A. IN EDUCATION ' Lynx, C.C.D.g Hockey Club, Lacrosse. JAMES E. RUSSELL ' 596 Rutland Ave., West Englewood, N. J. ' BA. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Psychology Club. Our group had 37'Z: more teeth. JOSE F. RUIZ ' Havana, Cuba ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M.g SBA SENIORS SCH Top Row: FRANCIS T. SBAND ' N ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. PH W SCALAFANI ' 1009 Fayette St., Conshohocken, Pa. ' I ' 909 Keystone Rd., Chester, Pa. B.S. 1 JOSE . - BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pig I.E.E.E.g Eta Kappa Nug Sr. Steer. Comm., Tau Beta Pi, Sec., Young Republicans Club, Sec. St. Linden, N. J. ' E.S. IN DANIEL J. SCANLON ' 627 Lafayette , ECONOMICS ' K of C5 S.A.M. Second Row: I JOSEPH F. SCERCA ' 805 Bryn Mawr Ave., Newtown Square, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Football. THOMAS J. SCHAEDLER, JR. ' 4001 Lexington St., Harrisburg, Pa. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Intra. Sportsg Shamokinakig Biology Club, Young Republicans Clubg Psychology Club. CHARLES J. SCHAFER ' 449 Harp-er Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' E.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Intra. Sportsg Swimmingg Physics Clubg NROTC5 Psychology Club. Third Row: BERNARD P. SCHAFFER, JR. ' 125 Lee Circle, Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Baseballg Basketball, Belle Airg lntra. Sports, Marketing Soc., Shamokinaki. CAROLYN SCHLECK ' 1270 Mill Rd., Meadowbrook, Pa. ' B.S. IN NURSING ' Belle Air. JAMES R. SCHLECK ' 61 Stocker Rd., Essex Fells, N. J. ' B.E. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' Intra. Sports, Lynxg A.I.Ch.E. Fourth Row: ALBERT G. SCHMERGE ' 835 Claflin Ave., Marnaroneck, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Soc., Intra. Sportsg Shamokinakig Jr. Class Comm. OTTO R. SCHOENBORN ' 1344 Decatur St., Camden, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Football, Accounting Soc. LARRY R. SCHULTZ 0 17 Brook La., Bordentown, N. J. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pig NROTCg Intra. Sports. "Alka-Seltzer on the Rocks." ? , 6 ,W sc- ff , . ,,f, I i 'H 461' new dr-fb 454 'ua vnu., Bottom Row .' ROBERT T. SCHULTZ ' 124 Jllidland .-ive., Garfield, N. J. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E.q Phi Kappa Pi. DIETRICH M. SCHWARTZ ' 140 Davis Rd.. Doylcstoirn. Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Intro. Sports: Phi Kappa Pi I.E.E.E. THEODORE A. SCHWARTZ ' 1000 Fawn Dr., 1.awrm'k, Phila delphia, Pa. - n.A. IN SCIENCE ' lntm. Sports: Sr. Steer. Comm. . . . . g,., .Q 3 lR1-'vig 5' N... 'k.4 t- ' .flaw W-pw-A-A--. ,................f.....L..,.....,. , V ' I F' lf'-if-'Sf-I-fwnllevsunnsuun-Issue f I .13 ,...,,,.,...,,,,..........,,,,,,,, ,,,, X A 5 IXJ' ss- ww' ilk" N... Second Row: EDWARD D. SCURA ' 41 Hudson Ave., Totowa, N. J. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Intra. Sports, Sr. Class Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Biology Club. WILLIAM M. SCUTTA ' R.D. :gt2, Tamaqua, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCA- TION ' Lynx, Intra. Sports, S.G.A., Literary Soc. HENRY P. SEAGER ' 411 W. Center St., Mahanoy City, Pa. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Pi, Sec., Villanova Engr., I.E.E.E., University Band. Third Row: GUSTAVE J. SEASONGOOD ' 9623 Dedaker St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.A. nv PSYCHOLOGY ' Intra. Sports, Sociology Club, Psychology Club. S. CURTIS SEIFERT ' 17 Nettletree La., Levittown, Pa. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL sCIENCE ' Shamokinaki, I.J.F., WWVU, Sociology Club, Treas., Intra. Sports, Ir. Class Comm., Sr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Astronomical Soc., Pre-Law Soc., Track, Villanovan, Young Republicans Club. PAUL A. SERVICE ' P.0. Box 6, Rosedale 22, L. I., N. Y. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. Fourth Row: DOMINICK J. SEVILLE ' 151 Whittle Ave., Bloomfield, N. J. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' Belle Air, Biology Club, I.R.S., Intra. Sports, History Club, Political Union, S.G.A. JAMES J. SHANAHAN, IR. ' 126 Prospect St., Merchantville, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' C.C.D., Intra. Sports, Accounting.SOc. RICHARD T. SHAW ' 901 Jay Dr., Wantagh, N. Y. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports. Bottom Row: CHARLES I. SHEA ' Earl M ackley Apts., Apt. 333, M and Bristol Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc., Sec., Villanovan. RICHARD I. SHEA ' 90 Tower Rd., Waterbury, Conn. ' B.S. IN BIOLOGY ' Lambda Kappa Delta, History Club. JOHN T. J. SHEDLOSKY ' 827 Hampshire Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' NROTC, I.E.E.E., Drill Team. SCI SENIORS SHE Top Row: JOSEPH E. SCIARRO - zso E. Bork Ave., Wildwood, N. J. - B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGIN Kappa Pi. EERING ' A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports, Phi GORDON I. SCOPINICH ' 2406 E. Hazzard St., Philadelphia, ' B Po. .A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 0 Intra. Sports, Spanish Club JOSEPH P. SCOTTI - 1392 Pine si., Norristown, Pa. '- Bs v SOCIODOGY. . IA 'sv f"'P 1 1 I 'KD "Q-1 i-'x.,., I always heard Fine Arts was A-B but this is ridiculous .A1Q.Nf' . 'li' v' ...is , 293 SHE SENIORS SCU "I don't know Jim, what do you want to run for?" T op Row: WALTER J. SHEEDY ' 43 Church Rd., Frazen, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports 3 Accounting Soc. MICHAEL A. SHEPARD ' 1030 Woodson Rd., Baltimore, Md. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Soc., Intra. Sports, K of C, Lacrosse, NROTC. ANDREW J. SHERIDAN ' S416 Center St., Chevy Chase, Md. ' B.A. IN SCIENCE ' Biology Club, Pres., Treas., C.C.D., Delta Epsilon Sigma. Second Row: FRANCIS J. SHERLOCK ' 127 Barclay La., Cherry Hill, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Football, Intra. Sports, S.A.M. -JOHN M. SHERM, JR. ' 5009 Marvine Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' NROTC, .A.S.M.E., Phi Kappa Pi, Intra. Sports, Drill Team. KENT R. SHIELDS ' 580 Brush Hill Rd., Milton, Mass. ' B.s. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Lacrosse, Intra. Sports, Rugby, Baseball, Spanish Club, Psychology Club. Third Row: GEORGE C. K. SHUM ' 6351 Overbrook Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' I.R.S., S.A.M. JOHN C. SILVA ' 989 E. Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' NROTC, Drill Team, Marketing Soc., Sec., Semper Fidelis, Intra. Sports, History Club. J. RUSSELL SIMEONE ' S00 Foster Dr., Springfield, Pa. ' 'B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Pre-Law Soc., Psychology Club, Sociology Club, Sanctuary Soc. l Fourth Row: E. JOSEPH SKIDMORE, JR. ' 23 Chestnut Ridge Rd., Haslet, N. J. ' B.s. IN MATHEMATICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Delta Pi Mu, Intra- Sports, Shamokinaki. FRANCIS J. SKIRVEN ' 424 Folsom- Ave., Folsom, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. DAVID C. SLACK ' 41 Chestnut St., Allendale, N. J. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Jr. Steer. Comm., I.E.E.E., Intra. SportS5 Political Union, Sanctuary Soc., Phi Kappa Pi, Soph. Class Comm.: S.G.A. Bottom Row: 5 RICHARD C. SMITH ' 1040 Walnut Ave., Woodbury Hgls., N. -7- ' B.S. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' I.R.S., Intra. Sports, Lynx, Political Union, Psychology Club, Villanova Singers, History Club.- JOI-IN A. SOMERS ' 123 Fisk Dr., Newington, Conn. ' ILS. IN ECONOMICS ' Jr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Pro-Law SOC-I Villanova Singers, S.G.A. Rep. HENDRICK H. SOULE, JR. ' 303 Highland Aw.. Syrarvase. N. l'- ' u.E. IN ELECVRICAI, ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa Pi, l.E.E.E.: NROTC. vm- Wh, was-.,,,. if Nu-v .K 4 Fourth Row: DAVID A. STEIN ' S09 E. Parish St., Sandusky, Ohio ' E.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' NROTCg Jr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm.g A.S.M.E.g Drill Teamg I.J.F.g Intra. Sports, Phi Kappa Pi, Vice-Pres., Sharnokinakig Villanova Singers. MICHAEL B. STEINBERG ' 1737 Academy La., Havertown, Pa. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Political Union, Intra. Sports, Biology Club. JOSEPH J. STETLER ' 7009 Whittier Blvd., Bethesda, Md. ' BE. IN Crvn. ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E.g Belle Masque, Intra. Sports. Bottom Row: JOHN W. STEVENS ' 117 Canterbury Dr., Chester, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc. LOUIS J. STINGONE ' 210 6th Ave., New York 14, N. Y. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Delta Pi Mug Intra. Sports. BRUCE E. STOEHR ' 244 Eakins Rd., Manhasset, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M.g K of C5 Intra. Sportsg NROTC.' SP SENIORS Top Row: WALTER F. SPATH, JR . ' 11 Hillcrest Dr., Pelham Manor N. Y ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Gamma Phi' Pi Sigma E il 1 . D ' S Y Soc., I.R.S., Vice-Pres , Pres. Mark ty' U S -On, anctuan ' 5 c S .Q . . . ' Srl Class Comm? Whom Who. e in oc SAM , Intra. Sports, ANT HONY P. SPIRITO ' 840 Park Ave Eliz b th I . a e N. J. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Biolo Cl b . i ' gy u 5 G lf, I t . THOMAS I SP 0 n ra Sports P . ROUL ' 108 W. Washington Ave., Clifton H ' h a. ' ' ezg ts B.S.. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Delta Pi Epsilong S.A.M.g Villanovang Intra. Sports 5 Jr. Class Comm- Second Row: TIMOTHY F. STACK ' 72 Gates Ave., ,Waterbury, Conn. ' B.E. nw ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E. 5 Intra. Sports. STEPHEN A. STADELMEYER ' R.D. 421, Orvilla Rd., Lansdale, Pa. ' B.S. IN EDUCATION ' Sanctuary Soc. JOHN D. STAGLIANO ' 260 Church St., Atco, N. J. ' B.S. IN EDUCATION ' K of C5 Soph. Class Comm. Third Row: ROBERT C. STAGLIANO ' Hatfield Valley Rd., Souderton R.D. ifl, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E.g Intra. Sports. ROBERT A. STAHL ' Shirley Ave., Fishkill, N. Y. ' B.S. IN Eco- NOMICS ' NROTCg K of C5 S.A.M.g Intra. Sports, Jr. Class Comm., University Band. EUGENE M. STEFANELLI -' 182 N. 17th St., Bloomfield, N. J. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE ' Bowling, Biology Clubg Intra. Sportsg Psychology Clubg Shamokinakig Trackg Sr. Class Comm. So I told him I'd do the term paper when I was good and ready. N STC SENIORS TAV Top Row: LEWIS J. STOWE, III ' 75 Fox Ridge Rd., Sparta, N. J. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E.g I.J.F.g Intra. Sports, Shamo- kinakig Villanova Engr.g Jr. Class Comm.g Sr. Class Comm. PETER J. STRALO ' 214 State Rd., Shillington, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. ETER STRUZZIERI 46 Wilton St New Hyde Park N Y. ' P J. ' -f 1 - B.A. IN CLASSICAL LANGUAGE ' Sr. Steer. Comm.g Shamokinakig Soph. Class Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm. Second Row: JAMES E. SULLIVAN ' 163 Lincoln Ave., Barrington, R. I. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' I.J.F.g Pre-Law Soc.g Shamokinakig Spanish Club, Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sportsg Sociology Club. JOHN J. SULLIVAN ' 2 Topsail Rd., Cherry Quay Cove, Brick- town, N. J. ' E.E. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. LEO R. SULLIVAN ' 45 Larchmont Rd., Salem, Mass. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E.g Intra. Sports, Phi Kappa Pi. Third Row: MARTIN C. SULLIVAN ' 725 Mix Ave., Hamden, Conn. ' B.s. IN PHYSICS ' Physics Club, Villanova Singers. ROBERT F. SUMINSKI ' 7 Conrad St., Sayreville, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, Accounting Soc. 5 Soph. Class Comm., Sr. Class Comm. . MICHAEL T. SUTHERLAND ' Armed Forces Staff College, Nor- folk, Va. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Belle Masque, Pres., NROTCg Villanova Singersg WWVUQ Villanovang Drill Team. Fourth Row: MICHAEL D. SWEENEY ' 6 Pennsylvania Blvd., Belle Rose, N. Y ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M.g Intra. Sports, Lacrosse, NROTC5 Soph. Class Comm. WILLIAM F. SWEENEY ' 39 Mariner La., Willingboro, N. J. ' E.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Intra. Sports. JOSEPH F. SZCZUR ' 4002 Old York Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' E.S. IN MATHEMATICS ' Intra.. Sports. Some of us still ride -bicycles. +--.......,,.., -.. fi My' 'Ps-v 1 X.,- Bottom Row: PETER R. SZEKER ' 1278 Hooper Aw., Toms River. X. J. ' E.E. IN IWECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' NROTC: A.S,M,E,g Drill Team: Intra. Sportsg K of C3 Villanova Singm-5, RICHARD M. TARNOWSKI ' 206 Suyxsrt llbmilmry Rd.. Svyxxer. N. Y. ' ILA. IN HUMANITIRS ' C.C.ll.3 Szuwtugwy Surg S..-X.l51.1 Spanish Club, lntrn. Sportsg Sr. Class Comm, FRANCIS L. TAVANl ' ISM S. jjmi Sf., I'hiIuu'f'Iphin, Pu, ' RS lN ECONOMICS ' lulrn. Sporlsg Accounting SGC TAV SENIORS TQM Top Row: GEORGE M. 1-,Xy,.KRl.'IS. JR, . so A.U,,,.,. A.1.,,,.., Warren R I 0 BR. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' NROTC: Sr. Class Comm. , - D GARY L- TESSITORE ' 543 lllwodstoclc .-line., Straford Conn - B.s. IN EQINOMICS - Gainina Phi: Finance Soc.: Villanova, Singerg TETI 0 I-I5 R04-kglfll Rd., Penn Hivvnne S1 Pa '. Bs. IN ELUNOMICS - Pi Sigma Epsilong Marketina SOCIQ Intra ,S Ort - Sr. Steer. Comm.: Psychology Clubg Soph. Class Comm. . P S, Second Row: I-IASMUKHRAY D. THAKKAR ' 49 Brandon Rd., Upper DMZ, Pa. ' BE. IN AIECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E. y' THOMAS C. THOMAS, JR. ' 1S Welles St., Forty Fort Pa 0 B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Photography Dept., Ed., Villanovan' Iiinapce SoC.5 Sr. Steer. COnIm.g Pi Sigma Epsilon, Soph. Class, Comm' Intra. Sports. " WILLIAM I. THOMAS, JR. ' 640 10th Ave., Prospect Park Pa ' BS. IN BIOLOGY. ' ' Third Row: FRED C. THOMISSER ' 1185 Rt. 202-206 N. Somerville, N. J. ' sua. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' NROTCQ Drill Team, Political Union. Politico, Ed., I.R.S.5 WWVUQ Delta Epsilon Sigma, , WILLIAM J. THORN, III - 13421 Lindsay St., Philadelphia, Pa. - ES. IN CHEMISTRY. FRANCIS I- THORNTON ' 15 S. Brighton Ave., Upper Darby Pa ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Finance Soc.g Sr. Steer. Comrn.5 Mu Lambda Chi, Intra. Sports. Your class is in Mendel, you jerk! in-.. TU- I 06 61 Fourth Row: JAMES G. THORNTON ' 15 S. Brighton Ave., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm.g Finance Soc., Pres., Intra. Sportsg Mu Lambda Chi. THEODORE T. TICHY ' 227 Boonton Ave., Boonton, N. J. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E.g Intra. Sports. JOSEPH M. TOBIN ' 21 Penzance Rd., Stamford, Conn. ' 11.5. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports, K of C3 Accounting Soc., Soph. Class Comm., Sr. Class Comm. Bottom Row: WILLIAM A. TOMASCO ' 553 Manor Rd., Wynnewood, Pa. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL STUDIES ' Political Union, Intra. Sports, Young Republicans. Md. ' n.s. IN NANCY L. TOMNEY ' 320 Alabama Rd., Towson, NURSING ' Pi Theta Chi, Shamokinakig Soph. Class Comm. JEROME E TOMPKINS ' 719 Pine Ridge Rd., Nether Providence, T Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Ville-PICS-3 all Beta Pig Villanova Engrg Intra. Sports. R5 . T00 SENIORS Top Row: - FRANK W. TOOHEY, JR. ' S105 Falls Rd. Terr., Baltimore, Md. ' EE. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Sr. Steer. Comm., A.S.M.E., K of C, Lacrosse, Intra. Sports, Ir. Class Comm. JOSEPH A. TORREGROSSA ' 8202 14th Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' B.A. IN CLASSICAL LANGUAGE ' Delta Epsilon Sigma, Sec., Intra. Sports, Pre-Law Soc. KEVIN J. TRAYNOR ' 1800 Farlington Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' B.A. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE 0 Basketball, Sr. Steer. Comm., Villanovan, Sociology Club, History Club, Jr. Class Comm. Second Row: BERNARD W. TROTT ' 280 Seneca Rd., Rochester, N. Y. ' B.E. IN' ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E., Hockey, Intra. Sports. WILLIAM B. TUCKER ' Golf Rd. Greenjields, Reading, Pa. ' B.A. IN ENGLISH ' Belle Air, Villanovan, Literary Soc., Jr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Shamokinaki, Intra. Sports, Cheer- leaders. RONALD J. TURIELLO ' 326 Harrison St., Nutley, N. J. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' S.G.A., Sr. Steer. Comm., Intra. Sports, Villanova Singers. Third Raw: WILLIAM A. TURNER ' 76 Payne St., Quincy, Mass. ' B.s. IN MATHEMATICS ' University Band. PETER J. TYRRELL ' 1 Bracewood Rd., Waterbury, Conn. ' B.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Sr. Steer. Comm., K of C, S.G.A. Rep., Biology Club, University Band. GARY L. URSINI ' 42 Rosemont Ave., Rosemont, Pa. ' B.s. 'IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Club. A shortened semester . . . and time on your hands. .ffl fav. I -TII3' . any -,4aa. 'ir' flap' Fourth Row: IOHN R. USONIS ' 4402 Ashburner St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN MATHEMATICS ' Intra. Sports, S.G.A. GEORGE I. USUKA ' 261 Meadowbrook Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E. LOUIS J. VALENTE ' 956 Bryan St., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' B.A. IX soCIAL SCIENCE ' Psychology Club, Intra. Sports. Bottom Row: GEORGE C. VALVA ' 36 Flower Rd., Valley Stream, N. Y. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Soph. Class Pres., S.G.A. Rep., Cheerleaders, Ir. Steer. Comm., Sr. Steer. Comm., Political Union, Marketing Society, Intra. Sports, Who's Who. GEORGE S. VASKO ' 17 Starmond Ave., Clifton, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS. ALBI-NO J. VENDRASCO ' E. Landis Ave., Vineland, N. J. ' zu, . a . y. . ' -rjfjffifigefk' Qja,,,.7, .. ,.,, .,...e..,,, f' f 132: Z , ., , ,,'?v," R. .I if N i? if , X 'fffia 1 ,E 'ifft Q 1 'Q vii" A . it-K iQ'25vi' fi" . N I' .ii A 2 B.s. IN ECoNoMICs ' Delta Pi Epsilon, Sr. Steer. Comm., Jr. Steer. Comm., Soph. Class Comm., Belle Masque, Photography Club. .M , -' s X ig s. Xi ' Qufx 'Qn- 4 . , Q? ll. ilfd h: . .-.' :li Q... Q' 298 I xt- ' .V , nv- -5 YT 30 Fourth Row: ROCCO J. VOLPE ' 1775 Great Neck Rd., Copiague, N. Y. ' B.S. IN BIOLOGY ' Biology Club, Sanctuary Soc. LOUISE T. VOLTA ' 122 N. Mississippi Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. ' B.s. IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY ' Biology Club. DION VON DER LIETI-I ' 508 Prospect Ave., Ridgefield, N. J. B.A.1'.N ENGLISH - Intra. Sports, Spanish Club, Who's Who, Bottom Row: GEORGE S. VRIONIS, JR. ' 12 Kane Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Belle Air, Ir. Steer. Comm., Cheerleaders, Capt., Soph. Class Comm., Intra. Sports, S.G.A. PETER C. WADE ' 131 S. Highwood Ave., Glen Rock, N. J. BA. IN HISTORY ' Sr. Steer. Comm., Astronomical Soc., Phi Kappa Pi, History Club, Spanish Club. BERNARD D. WAGNER ' 409 W. Lane Ave., Apt. D, Haverford, Pa. ' BE. IN CIVII. ENGINEERING ' NROTC, Sr. Steer. Comm., Pi Kappa Pi, A.S.C.E., Treas., Intra. Sports, Villanova Engr., Political Union, Beta Gamma Debate, S.G.A. VE SBNIORS WAG T015 Row: ROBERT J. VENT - 1012 North st., cpzzingdaze, Pa, - BS ,N ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. ' . JOHN A- VERMEIRE ' 99 Riverlawn Dr., Wayne, N. J . 3.5. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Class Comm , Jr. Class'Comm ' So h. Cl l C Astronomical Soc., Delta Pi lVIu, Intra. Sportsg NPC CQSSSZ Slhliilrlrilog kinakii, S.G.A., Villanova Singers, Political Union, Coni servatlve Club, Physics Club. , JOSEPH S. VETRANO ' 1143 80th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' 13.5. IN BIOLOGY ' Delta Pi Mu, Vice-Pres., Pres., I.F.C., Who's Who, Second Ro'w: PAUL F. VETTER ' 152 Forest Dr., Mt. Kisco, N. Y. ' B.s. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports, S.A.M., Belle Air, K of C, Shamokinaki. , PAUL VIANO, JR. ' 536 Fisher St., Walpole, Mass. ' B.A. IN HISTORY ' NROTC, Belle Air, Intra. Sports, K Of C, Semper Fidelis, Pres., Hockey Club, Sr. Steer. Comm. MICHAEL S. VICTOR ' 2051 Penn St., Harrisburg, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Belle Masque, Intra. Sports, Marketing Soc., N.F.C.C.S., Pi Sigma Epsilon. Third Row: PAUL T. VINCENT ' 124 Plank Hill Rd., Simsbury, Conn. ' 8.1-:. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 0 Phi Kappa Pi, A.S.C.E. JOHN J. VISHIO, IR. ' 323 W. Elm St., Conshohocken, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' C.C.D., Delta Pi Mu, History Club. I. RICHARD VOLPE ' Arbor Ave., Landisville, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., K of C. If I can just make it to the railing W L SENIORS Top Row: ' CHARLES E. WALDRON ' 77 Grayson Afoe., Trenton, N. J. ' B.A. IN HISTORY ' Golf, Intro.. Sports, Pre-Law Soc., History Club. THOMAS B. WALLACE ' 1134 Broad St., Collingdale, Pa. 0 B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. DENIS M. WALSH ' 24 Plymouth St., Larchrnont, N. Y. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Steer. Comm., S.G.A.5 Jr. Steer. Comm.g K of C, Accounting Soc., Track, Intra. Sports. Second Row: GEORGE J. WALSH ' 512 Cheyney Rd., Springjield, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., C.C.D.g I.C.G.5 Intra. Sports. JOHN J. WALSH, III ' 636 N. Riverside, St. Clair, Mich. ' B.A. IN CLASSICAL LANGUAGE - Delta Epsilon Sigma, Vice-Pres.g Literary Soc., Young Republicans Club. MARGUERITE J. WALSH ' 3 Rurnford St., West Hartford, Conn. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' Women's Glee Club, Pres., I.F.C., Sec., Pi Theta Chi, C.C.D.5 WWVU3 Belle Air, Soph. Class Comm., WhO'S Who. Third Row: ELINOR D. WASILESKI ' 525 Court St., Elizabeth, N. J. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' C.C.D.g Pi Theta Chi, Shamokinaki. JOHN P. WATSON ' 39 N. Third St., Darby, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING ' Intra. Sports, I.E.E.E.g Eta Kappa Nu. MICHAEL A. WEHRELL ' 252 S. Pleasant Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. ' B.A. IN PSYCHOLOGY ' Psychology Club, Spanish Club, Delta Pi Mug Intra. Sports. Fourth Row: JOSEPH M. WEIDNER ' 7324 Sommers Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. JEAN B. WEINSTEIN ' Hopkinson House Apts., Washington Sq. S., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN NURSING. FREDRICH WEISS ' 103 Baltimore Blvd., Sea Girt, N. J. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' NROTCg A.S.M.E.g Drill Team, Semper Fidelisg Phi Kappa Pig Pistol Team. I knew the exam was out but I didn't think they'd post it. ff ff ik" Z? Zta 'iv' Vw- lv im , Q 51 . 4, ll ' ' f-I , V WWW' X 'x,,,,:an iii C?" Bottom Row: J. NORMAN A. WELSH ' 7155 Andrews Aw., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.Ch.E. DENNIS C. WEST ' 216 Rosewood .-iw., Aldon, Po. ' BA. IX ENGLISH ' Swimming, Sr. Steer. Comm.g Intra. Sports. THOMAS S. WESTOFF ' 255 Forest .-iw., Elmhurst, III. ' RA. IX MODERN LANGUAGE ' Villanova Singers, Sec.: Sanctuarv Soc.: La- crosseg Soph. Class Comm., Intra. Sports: Who'S Who,- '-Rx. wut' sq 0- X 1' 3 ' lliigf Second Row: LEONARD WIECZEZYNSKI ' 4500 E. Thompson St., Philadelphia, pa. . B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Vice-Pres., Villanovan, Intra. Sports. ROBERT J. WIHNYK - 190 W. Merrick Rd., Freeport, N. Y. ' BA. IN ENGLISH ' Soph. Class Comm., NROTC, Drill Team, Ir. Class Comm., Intra. Sports, Sharnokinaki, S.G.A. LEONARD W. WILDEMANN, JR. ' 246 Hearthstone Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. Third Row: HUGH F. WILHERE ' S45 Green La., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M., Intra. Sports. S. JAMES WILKER ' 100 Dell St., Hollidaysburg, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E., C.C.D. JAMES F. WILLENBECHER ' Linden La., Upper Brookville, N. Y. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Phi Kappa. Pi, NROTC, Sr. Class Comm. Fourth Row: CURTIS M. WILLIAMS ' 17 Tothill Rd., Essex Fells, N. J. ' B.S. IN BIOLOGY. MARTIN VVILLMS ' P.O. Box 318, Katowah, N. Y. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Intra. Sports. THOMAS D. WILLSON ' 19 Cobalt Cross Rd., Levittown, Pa. ' B.S. IN SOCIOLOGY ' Soccer Club, Pres., Sociology Club, Psychology Club, Villanovan, Political Union, Belle Air. Bottom Row: PAUL E. WINTER ' 2242 Main St. E., Rochester, N. Y. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports. EARLENE B. WISE ' 4724 Chester Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING. STEPHEN A. WITHAM, IR. ' 23 Applby Rd., Wellesley, Mass. ' BE. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' K of C, Track, A.S.C.E., Intra.. Sports. HA SENIORS WIT Tv? Row .- T T . renton N, B.L. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. , ' J' . FRANCIS J. WHEL PSYCHOLOGY ' PSyChology Club, Intra. Sports, SHOMAS J. WIECKOWSKI - no Glenside Ave., wynem pa . .s. IN CHEM-ISTRY e Intra Sports. Sanctum ' ' ' Y S .' S h. Comm., Sr. Steer. Comm. , Oc , op Class HOMAS D. WHALEN ' 101 Homestead Ave T AN . 138 Congmss St-I Bradford, Pa. ' B.A. Di Q' hw 'EB' It might do something for the Eskimos but . . . I L M Il, ' WUC SENIGRS ZIN Our intellectual pursuits sometimes include cars, sometimes . . Top Row: CATHERINE V. WOOD ' 353 Highland La., Bryn Mawr, Pa. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION ' Student Council. WILLIAM J. WOODY ' 2023 Foxcreek Rd., Berwyn, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports, Sr. Steer. Comm., K of C. JOYCE ANN WOOLLEY ' 5006 Torresdale Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING ' Soph. Class Comm., Sr. Steer. Comm., Belle Masque, C.C.D., Pi Theta Chi, Shamokinaki. Second Row: LAURENCE J. WOOLLEY ' 408 Andover Rd., Fairless Hills, Pa. ' E.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' Delta Pi Mu, I.R.S., Intra. Sports, Political Union. GEORGE I. WRIGHT, III ' 489 St. Davids Ave., Wayne, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' I.J.F. WILLIAM E. WURZBACH ' 118 Hoodridge Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa. ' E.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. Third Row: JOSEPH L. WYSZNSKI - 2216 Wallace St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc. PRENTISS Q. YANCY ' 740 Simpson Rd., Atlanta, Ga. ' B.A. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE ' S.G.A., Exec. Vice-Pres., Jr. Class Comm., Blue Key, Football, Lynx, Mgr. Ed., Track, Villanovan, Who's Who. JOSEPH F. YATCZYN ' 405 Lane Ave., Plainheld, N. J. ' n.E. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ' A.I.Ch.E. . . " W "fry-5-' A -fr 1---D --......-..I.....,,,,,,.....-...-.....,...,..,....-.t....-..L,... ., .,..... .,. 1.4.1 ....g.., . .. .f fy imp- si' hu, v- Fourth Row: JOSEPH H. YUEN ' 326 Queeniv Rd., C. Hong Kong ' E.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' Tau Beta Pig Eta Kappa Nu, Sec., I.E.E.E., S.G.A. Rep. NICHOLAS J. ZACCARIA ' 51 Byron Rd., Short Hills, N. J. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Delta Pi Epsilon, Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. CARLISLE M. ZEIGLER, JR. ' 2855 Old Cedar Rd., Broomall, Pa. ' n.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E. Bottom Ro'w.' RAYMOND L. ZENONI ' SO Haynes Rd.. Avon, Conn. ' R.s. IN ECONOMICS ' S.A.M., Villanova Singers. JOSEPH A. ZGURZYHSKI ' 181 lVe'stjicld Ave., Clark, N. J. ' Biology Club, Sec., Inlrn. Sports. CHARLES A. ZINO ' 27 Shorcvivw Rd., Manhas.wt, N. Y. ' R.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc.: Intm. Sports: S.G.A. . s Q T. Win 'rw-g Look operator, it wasn't my Cau- 'Nr gg, 'Jr 'Qu' Ni VW? K 1 ZIR SENIORS ZUS Top Row: EDWARD I. ZIRBSER, JR. ' 73 Rugby Pl., Woodbury, N. J. ' B.E . IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E JOHN E. ZUCKER ' 9 Nature La.,.Le'uittown, Pa. ' BI-:. nr ELEC- TRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E. Tau Beta Pi. 5 Political Union, Sociology Clubg KARL R. ZURN ' 107 N. New Haven Ave Ventno N J ., r, . . ' E.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ' I.E.E.E.g Political Union. Second Row : ANDREW I, ZUSI ' Valley Dr., Bay Crest, Huntington, N. Y. ' 13.5. IN ECONOMICS. EDWARD M. FOWLER ' P.O. Box 86, Langhorne, Pa. ' BI-:. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. . I u That-su be 313.25 please . . . Sir, that'll be . . I , l : , ,ml , - M.. 1 L ff ., ll . l l 3 SENIQRS NOT Pl-IQTQGR Pl-IED THOMAS E. ALBRIGHT ' 207 Cedarcroft Rd., Baltimore, Md. ' B.s. IN PSYCHOLOGY.. JOSEPH J. AMATO ' 230 Integrity Ave., Oreland, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. JEROME T. BACHMAN ' N. Tulpehocken Rd., Greenflelds, Read- ing, Pa, ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Sr. Class Comm.g Jr. Class Comm., Belle Air, Belle Masque, I.J.F., Finance Soc., Intra. Sports, WWVU. RODERICK J. BACHMANN ' 5 Southland Dr., Glen Cove, N. Y. ' B.S. IN GEOLOGY ' Delta Pi Mug Geological Soc.g Intra. Sports. RICHARD W. BADMAN - R.F.D. 42, onaneaek, Va- ' BI- IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. . JAMES F. BALNIS ' 6009 Greenway Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' A.S.M.E.g Villanova Engr.g Phi Kappa Pi. DAVID G. BECKER ' 150 Coolidge Dr., East Meadow, N. Y. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. VICTOR J. BIERMAN ' 6405 N. 6th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.A. IN SCIENCE. WILLIAM T. BILLBROUGH ' 1606 Blackrock Rd., Swarthmore, Pa. JOHN P. BRACOLONI ' 6 Zachary La., Apt. 11, Groveville, N. J. JAMES P. BRADY ' 1939 County Line Rd., Villanova, Pa. ' B.s. IN MATHEMATICS. JOHN G. BRITTON, III ' Rose Valley Rd., Moylan, Pa. ' B.S. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. JOSEPH T. BROWN ' 106 S. Church St., Clifton Heights, Pa. FRANCIS J. BRUNO ' 676 W. Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meet- in , Pa. RDSARIO CALIO ' 814 Naylors'Run Rd., Havertown, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. FR. JOSE A. CALVO, OSA ' Villanova Monastery, Villanova, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. ROLAND A. CARIGNAN ' 21 Mountain Rd., West Hartford, Conn. - B.A. IN ENGLISH. NOEL CARROLL ' 101 Montrose Ave., Rosemont, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. RICHARD D. CLAFFEY ' 2131 Fruitville Pike, Lancaster, Pa. ' E-.S. IN ECONOMICS. EUGENE G. COTHRAN ' 2321 W. Thompson St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.S. IN MATHEMATICS. DANIEL J. CRONIN ' 40 Dorison Dr., Short Hills, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. KARL J. DANE ' 132 Centennial Rd., Warminster, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Intra. Sports. MICHAEL J. DESIDERIO ' 464 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. JOHN C. DI GIOVANNA ' Supreme Court House, Brooklyn, N. Y. ' B.s. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE. CONWAY K. DONALDSON ' 50 E. Cuthbert Rd., Westmont 7, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Accounting Soc., Intra. Sports. PETER J. DRISCOLL ' 583 Snowden Rd., Upper Darby, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. ELMER C. DUCKENFIELD ' 109 Andover Dr., Exton, Pa. ' B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. ROBERT T. ENGLISH ' S44 S. 45th St., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. PETER M. ESSL ' 341 Michigan Ave., Swarthmore, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. JAMES P. EUSTACE ' 6355 Drexel Rd., Philadelphia, Pa. JAMES J. FARLEY ' 153, Z6 77th Ave., Flushing, N. Y. ' B.s. IN SOCIAL SCIENCE. JOHN K. FITZPATRICK, JR. ' 8502 Fort Hamilton Pky., Brook- lyn, N. Y. ' B.s. IN EDUCATION. DANIEL L. FLORA ' 15379 Ilene, Detroit, Mich. ' B.A. IN HUMAN- ITIES. THOMAS M. FRANCIS ' 601 E. Park Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS. JAMES M. FREDEERICK ' Beech and Cedar Sts., Pottstown, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS ' Astronomical Soc. DANIEL P. GALLAGHER, JR. ' 1002 Poplar St., Lansdale, Pa. ' E.s. IN ECONOMICS. JAMES J. GALLAGHER ' 2043 E. Walnut Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. ' ILS. IN ECONOMICS. JOSEPH J. GARIBALDI - eo Hillt0P Rd-. Short Hills. N- J- ' B.A. IN HUMANITIES. GERALD GEARS ' 154 Belcoda Dr., Rochester, N. Y. ' B.A. IN MODERN LANGUAGES. WILLIAM M. GIBSON - 1307 Main si., Darby, Pa. - Bs. m Eco- IIWLCIHZIEL GILL ' 322 Overhill Rd., Wayne, Pa. ' B.A. IN HISIURY. JOSEPH D. GRIFFITH ' 163 Helen St., Johnstown, Pa. ' B.S. IN IZEIIDCRIEW J. GUINOSSO ' 6705 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING. SR. M.H. VERONICA HAMILL ' Our Lady Angels Convent, Glen Riddle, Pa. ' B.s. IN NURSING. SR. F. ST. ANNE HARPER ' Our Lady Angels Convent, Glen Riddle, Pa. ' B.S. IN NURSING. PATRICK J. HASSON ' 324 Lorraine Ave., Oreland, Pa. ' B.s. EN JOLITICAL SCIENCE. THOMAS P. HEALY, JR. ' 13-19 Fairclough Pl., Fairlawn, N. J. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Jr. Steer. Comm.g Soph. Class Comm., Intra. Sports, Marketing Soc., Shamokinaki. ANTHONY J. HEANEY ' 37 Louella St., Wayne, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Student Councilg Newsletter. LIONEL R. HEATH ' 591 Watford La., Berwyn, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS. PAUL J. HOUCK ' 209 Hawthorn Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. ' B.E. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. GEORGE H. HULSE ' Warren St. 8: Riverbank, Edgewater Pk., N. J. ROBERT R. HURST ' 126 Steeplechase Rd., Devon, Pa. ' B.S. nv GEOLOGY. CHARLES K. HUTCHENS ' 21 Westover Rd., Newport News, Va. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. ALAN C. JONES ' 50 Webster Ave., Port Washington, N. Y. ' E.s. IN BIOLOGY ' Sr. Steer. COmm.g C.C.D.g I.F.C.g Intra. Sports, Lambda Kappa Delta 3 Sanctuary Socg K of C, Political Union WILLIAM T. KOCIS ' 2380 Klockner Rd., Trenton, N. J. ' BE. nv MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ' Student Council, Newsletter. FRANCIS X. LENTZ ' 313 Walnut St., Audubon, N. J. THOMAS W. LEVI ' 1302 Lansdowne Ave., Darby, Pa. ' ACCOUNT- ING CERTIFICATE ' Student Council. THOMAS J. LINANE ' 8436 S. Elizabeth St., Chicago, Ill. ANDREW J. LUTHER ' 153 DeKalb Pike, King of Prussuz, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS. WILLIAM D. LYNCH ' 4127 Taylor Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' ILS. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. ROBERT P. MARCHESE ' 1317 Markley St., Norristown, Pa. DAVID B. MARINELLI ' 824 De Kalb St., Bridgeport, Pa. ' 13.5. IN POLITICAL SCIENCE. RALPH W. MARSH ' 202 Church Rd., Ardmore, Pa. ' B.s. IN ECONOMICS. ALFRED R. MARSINI ' 4704 Woodland Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa. ' R.S. IN ECONOMICS ' Student Council. THOMAS H. MARZIAZ ' 58 Leigh St., Clinton, N. J. ' B.A. IN ECUCATION. VICTOR A. MAVENSKI ' 144 Edgewood Ave., Brookhaven, Pa. ' gs. IN ECONOMICS - Baseball, Basketball, Intra. Sports, Accounting Oc. EDWARD L. MCCUSKER ' 229 W. Plumstead Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. ROSE MARY MCGOWAN ' 7908 Castor Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' E.s. IN EDUCATION. JOSEPH W. MCMAHON ' 430 W . Lindley Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. ' B.E. IN CIVIL ENGINEERING ' A.S.C.E.g Intra. Sports. WALTER D. MENOLD ' 38 W. Leamy Aw., Spmlgfmd, Pa' . B.E. IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. ANDREW J. O'CONNELL, JR. - zos Forest Hill Cir.-If, Devon. Pa. ' E.S. IN ECONOMICS. 0 714 E B , SL Tn, AY I . rfwn , mon, . .. ' B.A. IN HISTORY. ' WILLIAM B' UNEILL ' 36 Hampton Rd.. Garden Cirv, N. Y. ' n.s. IN ECONOMICS. ' ' S3 BOOITIIN1 I-1114-W -It-yn-V g'itv' AY' J. O n.S. IN ECONOIXIICS. ' ' 304 I NI 'I , Q 11,25 l'fg'1II' Sf., llllllrlclcxlplllil, PII. LIEIKKLRSAIVIXI - rms nfn Rd., 1'f1f1.nI.-Ipffm. Im. - .I - ILL. IN MVN ,.M.1v,R1yLg - ,xlplm Sigma: IRIIIIIIIIIIQ 'l':III BL-III Pi. U,Ek...., .. . . ,OQFPH D. P..X'1"l'OX - 43 l.I1n1porf Rd., l'pfn'r llfxrlvy, 1911. ' Iz.I-3. , ,. XXI I--xI:1NI-'I-RINI.. PETQIIIQIIIPSIQI ' 133 l',I'lrr .-iw.. II'oodlyn, Pa. ' I -S 1' A 'II IixI:1xI-ERINI2. X I' p1.j'1'1,jR5UX ' 4010 X. lx. 25tl Hcilflz. Fld. ' ILS. IX R101-U , , V 1 u pI:I1bjX3l.-XYICIQ ' IOS N. lloyrzf- Ilvc., IVLI-VllE', Pu. IJIRQXIQ ' I4 .-llmnqnin .-lvr., Sl'UH1f0l'd, Conn. ' BQ IN EQQXOBIIUS. ,. I 1 - . Ig: "N .N'1.,B"l" '1,C .' .' GEORLA1 LL HAD ,U Nmjfnfl mgepor onn Isl. IN ENGLISH. THOUXQ K QLAIAIQX' - 3528 Longlnm- Dr., Pitt.vln1rglz, Po. ' Is.s. IN EQQXOBIICS. y I RNFFERTX' - S10 .IfUlllg0Illt'l"V .ilvf-., Bryn Mawr, Pa. REYD-M414 . -4,1,j,,q-g,- Dr., Exton, PII. ' B.S. IN IZCONOIXIICS. RHAEQ i, QIHN . 501s F.1mI-.N Rd., DI-ml Hill, Pa. - BN. IN ISLISSICAI. I.IxGI'.-IGHS- ,Nfl-HQYY I RIXELLA ' 031 E. 17th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ' 5.5. xx ECONONIICS. THOMAS W ROWLETT ' P - ' urklane E. .-lpl. DZO4, 250 Bvvrrl-v Blvd., Upper Darby, Pa. ANDREW W. SAUL ' Pricex Lane, Rose Valley, Illoylan, Pu. RAYMOND C. SERRETTI ' O17 Summit St., Linden, .Y. J. ' u.S. IN BIOLOGY. CHARLES H. SPEACE ' Oo Pennsylvania Ave., Uniontown, Pa. ' B.A. IN SCIENCE. GERALD D. STRID ' 70 W. .-lvon Rd., Avon, Conn. ' B.S. IN ECONOMICS. FREDERICK B. SULLIVAN ' 10 Corlies Ave., .-lllenlzzirst, X. J. ' 13.5. IN ECONOIVIICS. PATRICK J. SULLIVAN ' 8036 S. Leavitt Sl., Chifago, Ill. ' BNI. IN HISTORY. RONALD L. SWAN I SON ' U8 Princeton Rd., Exion, Pa. ' B.1i. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. GRACHT FERNAND VAND B.s. IN ECONOMICS. ' WALTER ZANIEWSKI ' Westlown Club, R.D. ,vii Wm Clzmvr. Pa. ' BE. IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. STE 7 ' ' PHEIX G. LITO ' 21 Wzlbert St., Homden, Conn. ' BA IX ENGLISH. ER ' Rose' Valley Rd., Ilfoylan, Pa. ' L0 ., . . M., ..f.,...,,.,. ..Y,. ....A,..,.,.,..LZ:V Y-YY W W ,,?., . , i ,,n,.,,,.l.,,,, .,,. -.:j- ,4, ,,,, HN F. ROACH, JR. JOHN J. MONTGOMERY, JR. JO BORN JUNE 16, 1944 BORN JANUARY 4, 1944 DIED JANUARY 27, was DIED NOVEMBER so, 1963 IN MEMORIAM College is one continual experience made up of many little onesg full of laughter and seriousness, joy and, at times, hardships. This book is written for those who have not yielded. John Roach and John Montgomery are not graduating. Yet, for a time they did as we did. Most important they are a part of our experience, as we would have been of theirs. And this is why we want to share our book with them. my 'gwm":-:fi-:iii-en Y-J-f--.mx-aa.-v....-1.w...i. 4 v..,.N,..-wa.--,...., "f EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Roseanna E. Boylan MANAGING EDITOR Thomas V. Sebastian Marguerite J. Walsh Carolyn J. Bird Brian T. McNamara Saundra D. Weathers BUSINESS MANAGER Barry O. Burke William A. Smith SENIOR Valerie J. Herbstritt C. Kenneth Hedges Patricia M. Grady Patricia A. Herlihy Ann M. Konzen Eileen G. Kellenberg Paul F . Vetter James G. Sneeringer, Jr. Robert G. Goodman Robert J. Biese SOCIAL John A. Zoubek Susan E. Sharp John T. Bourne COPY Robert W. Dolon Jeffrey J. Radowich Eugene M. Fitzmaurice Thomas J. Krause John B. Caraway William J. McCloskey Richard J. Falk STAPF or THE INDEX Lorraine S. Farrino Sandra J. P. Fortunato Elizabeth M. Grabowski Susan M. Quinn Janice C. Zeller FRATERNITIES John R. Schmid John A. Mo-neta Joseph A. Cassar RESEARCH Elizabeth F. Hobdell Marijean A. McFa1ls Nancy J. Hammel ORGANIZATIONS Frank S. Samer Peter J. Kerr Frederick E. Shaughnessy Margaret A. Lucas Albert P. Bensimon Randall R. Ruoh EXCHANGE Patricia L. Kennedy UNIVERSITY Philip A. Mino Marianne E. Amster Kevin R. Conry Henry O. Nicol COLLEGES Stephen F . Seitz Barry J. Lupe Edward R. Stepien Nance K. Dicciani Edward G. Klimchak John Benigno Robert H. Rhodes, Jr. Edward J. Murphy 1966 BELLE AIR UN DERCLASS Lawrence J. Zapf Michael J. Connery Caryl A. McGrody Maureen E. Regan THEATRE Joseph N. Linsalata George J. O'Neill TYPING Barbara A. Park Patricia M. McErlane Annette R. Paczkowski Adrienne J. Corrao Lucille A. Cerchiaro Laurel A. Kerwin Jeffra S. Dein Elizabeth M. Grabowski PUBLICITY Jeffrey P. Lodewick John V. Thomas James A. Villanova Richard J. Schadl SPORTS Bernard P. Schaffer, Jr. Paul Viano, Jr. George S. Vrionis, Jr. Thomas J. Reilly Susan O. McCormick URSIN G Theresa M. Wilson Marirose Bonham Diane L. Bensing 05 W4 h THE 1966 BELLE AIR 5X if 'P 'Q 5 0 ,- 'Q L may ? VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY A H 1 44, fa S vo "w-2 4? VILLANOVA, PENNSYLVANIA PENNS0' LAWRENCE 5-4600 ROSEANNA E. BOYLAN Editor-In-Chief EXT" 261 THOMAS V. SEBASTIAN Almzfzgiug Editor BARRY O. BURKE Bzfyifzesx Manager April 20, 1966 Dear Villanovans: Advertising isfa cornerstone of the great American phenomenon known as mass production. Without the benefit of advertising, mass production would not be possible. The decision-making units would not be aware of the products available to them, and without product awareness demand would slacken and numerous industries would soon come to a screeching halt, our national economy would falter. Some praise advertising, some curse it, and still others choose to ignore it. Nevertheless, it has proven itself to be a mainstay in our economy. The following pages contain the advertising and congratulatory messages of our many friends and alumni. I do not ask you to praise this section of the book, but please do not ignore it. Read the messages, remember the names, and do not forget the valuable service these advertisers provide in making possible a better book for you. Respectfully yours, 6? Barry 0. Burke Business Manager ff 4 ' A ..f' Q .'f., '?r"Q ' gf!! X ,iv ,S ' JE '32 if 512 , ' 53' It 5" , 1 1: 23, ' Q3 J Q , 5' ' -,,, A , "F f l or 1'-,S 11' 's. in ,x 0 4 5 i f f ' ,im -gy. 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W I v M- , I f f A A ., . .f..wv -ff. ,..yvf--'vw -1 wwf 4 492215, " ffm., I QWWZ ' ,ffgf V , f W , f ff J ,, f f frw ,, , WWW Vhff V 7 W 4 X W I WM M, fy , X :Jim H5 My Mm? ,W W H M' V! f 'WV 4 X, f Q fx Tl' 35,1 ' H4313 :ie 5 V sb? Q gf w AD ERTISIN ,W Ji l N I II- I I I I" I I r I. Il' I II I: i I 1 I QI I .I I ' .4 . 1 I I I I V 1 I I l . p. II: IH l III f III II 'I ,I , I , I L . 5' I I 3 I f .I I I I I ' I M I 4 ,i . ,I :I ' I! - I ' .I . Q! .I :I .II I I .i I I L , I I ,I I I I I I. I I I I 'P-ww... --..... ..... Advertiser Atlantic Go Patrol . . . Blue Comet Diner ...,....... Boardman-Hamilton Company .... Bryn Mawr Ice 86 Fuel ....... Bryn Mawr Trust Company .... The Campus Cleaners ...... The Campus Corner .... Chetwynd Apartments .... Class of 1968 ........ Class of 1967 Class of 1966 .........,...,.,. Commercial Oiiice Furniture Co. . , . . . William T. Cooke Publishing, Inc. . Cooper's Sport Center .......,.. Dagit Associates .. Dieges 86 Clust .... Frank A. D'Lauro I..... Dolly Madison Ice Cream .,., Doyle and Hemcher, Inc. . . . Doyle and McDonnell, Inc. . . . Jimmy Duffy 86 Sons ..... Durkin World Travel . . . Flohr Chevrolet . . . The Forrest .................. The General Alumni Association . Girard Trust B-ank ............ Gordon Davis Linen Supply Co. , . , The Haverford Hotel Dining Room The William Honney Agency ..,., Howard Johnson's ...,.,..,. Huggler Insurance Agency, Inc. . . Inn of the Four Falls .....,... Interstate Vending Company , , , DIDEX Page 316 321 318 313 318 321 318 317 314 319 322 313 329 321 312 315 328 311 320 317 327 323 312 325 330 322 317 327 312 322 320 319 323 Advertiser Jack 86 Jill Ice Cream .... Kass Electronics Distributors Knights of Columbus ....... Legal Intelligencer ......... William L. Long Construction Longacre Poultry '.......... R. S. McCracken 86 Sons, Inc. Co., Inc. Malvern Preparatory School .... Mari Nay Diner ............ Martin Century Farms, Inc. . George Mehrer 86 Son ....... The Old Covered Wagon Inn .... Philip E. Pepper, Inc. .... . Frank X. Purcell .... Sears .........,,,... The Sheraton Hotel ....... Silver's Electric Supply Co. . . . Felix Spatola 86 Sons ...... Richard Stockton .....,............ The Student Government Association The Suburban Travel Agency J. J. Sullivan Co., Inc. ....... A. Talone .......... Tony's ...... Treadway Inn . . . T. V. Guide ..... Union Paving Co. . . . The Villanovan ....... Villanova Barber Shop .... Villanova Hardware .... . , William H. Walters 86 Sons, Inc. , Carl Wolf Studio, Inc. . . Joseph A. Wurstcr Page 315 317 311 318 313 321 327 326 325 321 327 326 311 313 316 320 315 323 323 325 327 311 312 326 328 317 320 313 315 322 312 324 326 AAN Compliments of the A6.5x1Pv5, ILL, X KNIGHTS OF CQLUMBUS i f Father Ludwlg, O.S.A., Council No, 4609 7'f'pQf.I5y VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY OFFICERS Grand Knight .......... ........., , Deputy Grand Knight ..... Chancellor ............. Recorder . . . . . . Treasurer .......... Financial Secretary .... Warden ........... Inside Guard ..... Outside Guard ..... Outside Guard .... Trustee ...... Trustee .... Chaplin .... , Lecturer . . . . . Philip A. Mino . . . . . . . Robert J. Biese . . . Anthony J. De Vito . . . . Ward T. Williams . . . . . . . Peter E. Murphy . . . . Thomas A. Luebking Peter J. Kerr . . . . . . Mark M. Curley . . . Joseph J. Lo Piccolo . . . . . . . Kevin J. Mahoney . . . . . Fr. John F. O'Rourke . . . . Henry O. Nicol, III Fr. Marshall J. Halphen Paul Viano FS Congratulations to the Class of 1966 ir J. J. SULLIVAN CO., INC. Bakery, Restaurant and Confectioners Supplies 'A' 2770 N. Ruth Street PHILADELPHIA 34, PA. NE 4-6469 PHILIP E. PEPPER, INC. Pharmacists Surgical Supplies ir 19 5 - 1 97 East Plumstead Avenue LANSDOWNE, PA. DGLLY h MADI SGN efce Cgleamd dawn Ugjfmu Dolly Madison Foods, Inc 212 MA 7-5400 "Booking Over 150 Schools and Colleges - in the Country" THE WILLIAM HONNEY AGENCY 1 4 1 1 Walnut Street PHILADELPHIA 2, PA. LO'cust 4-1948 LOcust 4-0257 'k Q Top Folks Groups - jazz Combos H Rock E5 Roll Groups - Name Orchestras On the Main Line It's . . . A, TALONE FLOHR CHEVROLET Cleaner - Tailor - Furrier Since 1895 125 E. Lancaster Avenue A ARDMORE, PA. lk MI 9-0300 ARDMORE WILLIAM H. WALTERS 85 SONS INCORPORATED MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS Heating - Plumbing - Air Conditioning Power Piping 'A' 1306-16 North Carlisle Street PO 3-8500 Philadelphia 21, Pa. COMMERCIAL OFFICE FURNITURE CO. 1017 Race Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. MA 7-3 7 3 7 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND OF VILLANOVA Compliments ALBERT E. DACIT ALBERT E. DAGIT, JR. DANIEL C. DACIT FRANK X. PURCELL Painting Contractor 25 Master Painter 'k MO 4-0 3 27 Narberth, Pa. Compliments Of BRYN MAWR ICE 86 FUEL Gulf Solar Heat WILLIAM L. LONG CONSTRUCTION CO., INC State and Overhill Road MEDIA, PA. 'A' Electrical Construction Electrical Engineers The VILLANOVAN fsturlent newspaper! congratulates the first female editor of tbl' BELLE AIR on an amazing accomplishment- ggtfing the yearbook out on time with a stab' marked with procrastination and Bill Dolan. 5 f, ' ""Vfm ff5WWm 'W ffm M , W I4 WV! an-f lm 474 M4 W WWA fwgff ff www 'wwf ,v vm 15 rl f V ffm Z wwf W 4, f ,I ffafamgww? J . f A if , LN Af 0 , 'ph ',A,,,,,4'xf' MW 7 ,Wynn V fi 2455, ,f 5 1, Q gg 353 5' ,KZ ? 2,,qf, 1 4? .gf i . 'V AZ 4' 5157! 1 f ' Xl Y 4 ., Q 4 f. an ' V. x 2 m . . f L, 1 Www hi ff,,, f f f f ,uf ,, , ,, W, 6 . F f"" 4 f Q 'lv Q X ' 1. 0. - ...Q B AQ6 4 . 1 ,W QQ sq " Q 'vs 71: 'v K na' '1,. 'I 1 A 'r 1 .I . if 'H 4 l' 7 , ' 'L+ , I TX I +I, Q K, r - I -L , X1 , Ns X O , no li! I F . -I, .' ' '1 , ,E 1. mix . 9 H it A FT ..II,?1 :fqrli ,'- flff 'f I?fff3?- ?"f-fd' 2 CLA, ' ' V... '11, I' L excellent design skilled craftsmanship RINGS Superb PINS u Vt MEDALS q a 1 y CHARMS CUPS IJLAQUES TROPHIES YOUR CLASS JEWELER DIEGES Sc CLUST One Wynnewood Road, Wynnewood, Pa. NEW YORK PROVIDENCE Manufacturing jewelers Congratulations to the For Goodness Sake- Class of 1966 Eat 'A' Lou, Joe, Frank, and Lou VILLANOVA BARBER SHOP GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 366 JACK AND JILL ICE CREAM SILVER'S ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Since 191 5 Wholesale - Distributors Complete Stock of Building Maintenance Equipment Commercial and Industrial Lighting Fixtures Fluorescent and Incandescent Lamps Residential Lighting Fixture Show -Room With Qualified Decorator Service 4017-2 3 Lancaster Avenue BA 2-5511 N i A Q .,. -!- CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1966 ST. DAVID'S, PENNA. i TO THE FROM SEARS .Q 1 1 1 ,.mfQwX S1 X -v -T gf V iw, Q wghx-x.. fggv, , ' W " ng X xxl. f 'Q xi. S K S. 'S ,S ., A 5 ,. is Y: W , . 4' U - H, Q Olly X,,. ' wa. .S""fA .gy 'ff i Nrxmil ' -WML. 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Griffith Boardman 11960, 2 Ort 9t treet Wilbur H. Hamilton 11964, PHILADELPHIA 22, PA. Edumund K. Schauseil, Pres. - I A THEBRYN MAWR TRUST I I i nn QEQIMRPFICNCY . . The Main Line's Own Bank ' ' LEGAL INTELLIGENCER Providing Villanova students the printers - publishers very best in lunches and snacks at wk any time of day. 10 South 37th Street PHILADELPHIA 3, PA. EV 6-1535 THE CAMPUS CORNER I ! ann I' 'H se . 1 ,..4-.,........,..,-. -w - . ... 1 -.173 Y 3 '12, ' 1 1 ft 'K 21 'N xy ,: ff' 'Y X :ff K 1 1 1 1 mx X2 Y X K X REEL if I uf X , Q, . A .1 ,, 4 ,ff Q 1 A K f if , , 1 , I, 1 ,5 M1 1-,wymu 211174 , Q N ,V i I it I ,.t1y,f Ui .N if J V4 I I X 1 1 Y . 1 ' I 11' Vw: 'Q 4571 ?f'1Yf,'z5ff' X 1 ' , K ' 1 1 . QQ WWVY N '9'v'Y6f'zfAi 4 X K I X 1, ,N Mf yy' 1 X X: X - 1 'i'::Wf2.f We 5,9 ff 1 , 4 1 . .,1, . ,' r 1 mjwgf r 1 1 , !,ff.1 .A M141 f ,,f.,W nf -. 1 1 1.731 1 f 'J 3 tiff 5, fy X A 1 1 A .-" - 512' f 'LUX f -5.11 ,...- x L 1 . , ffff 111-fn! 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Compliments Plasterers and of Contractors UNION PAVING if COMPANY 829 Conestoga Road ONE East Wynnewood Road ROSEMONT, PA. WYNNEWOOD, PA. THE SHERATON HOTEL Selective Dining Ballroom Seating 1700 for Banquets Cafe Careme - Cheshire Cheese and 22 Other Function Rooms Town Room - Indian Queen JOSEPH M. CURRY Minute Chef - Wine Cellar General Manager 172 5 Kennedy Boulevard PHILADELPHIA, PA. Fmest Daxry Products Avazlable' Dwzszon of Lebzgb Valley Dazr MARTIN CENTURY T FARMS, INC. E . I -PPIY markets q d Country Fresh Mllk and H "fh1sfl'l1ou9h HORACE W. LONGACRE Ice Cream ' FRANCONIA PA coopmvs SPORT CENTER G l O enera ces Complete Team Out tters Lansdale, Pa 855 8201 4655 N 5th Street PHILADELPHIA PA 19140 3' DA 9 9184 BLUE COMET DINER INC Open 24 Hours Dazly Except Monday BRYN MAWR PA CAMPUS CLEANERS Good Luck to the Class of 19 6 v Basement of Sheehan Hall X- INC. i' U5 : fi ' i' 9 I C I I I 'A' 734 Lancaster Avenue W ln ., ' ff 6 'A' fl .,- 2 V. 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Gggdbtya' anal Good Luck to the Class o 366 DURKIN WORLD TRAVELS i' RICHARD STOCKTON Re"e"""ff0"S Groups - Business - Pleasure 851 Lancaster Avenue BRYN MAWR, PA. 4, 'A' Gifts - Social Stationery - Cards Cruzses - Hotels a Air Tours PHILADELPHIA 44 PA FELIX SPATGLA 86 SGNS Fresh and Frosted Fruzts and Vegetables Also Frozen Sea Food 440 North 12th Street PHILADELPHIA 23, PA WA 2 5600 professxonal al l adj 1 of or pertammg t0 3 Professlon th Professxonal ethxcs 2 Characterlstxcs of or conformmg t0 0 1 standards of a profession as, dxstmctly professmnal work 3 F0 One who lowxng a hne of conduct as though It were a pr0feSS10n ngages In anythmg professxonally a professxonal worker opp0S6 to amateur 1 e Interstate Vendmg C0mPanY X x, .M A ! ' Aft, H I 4 , I .1 A' . . ' f Ik I' ,. Ik I , W 1 x' Y 5' - ' I ua i . K-5-,J .0 u -' ' gas, 1 - 5 ' ' . , 0 0 - . . 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Cocktail in Our Hunt Lounge 'A' Fabulous Prime Rib Buffet Every Thursday Evening 'A' Transient Rooms Available for Your Out of Town Guests 'A' Weddings a Specialty - Personalized Service on Each Affair Call MI 2-0947 for Reservations GEORGE MEHRER 86 SON Roofing Philadelphia and Sub111'bS BA 8 61 5 3 R. S. MCCRACKEN 85 SONS: INC. Everything JC 01' Welding Q Supplies P if -' 636 N. 13th Street P 11.1 - 23, 3' CEnter 6-5151 P I a 102 0 Spruce Street T ton N- .l- LYHC 9-4519 ren a FRANK A. D'LAURO C0. I , I I I I BUILDING CONSTRUCTION + I I PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. ' I Builders of St. Mary's Seminary I ' The Treadway Colonial Watchman I I Salutes the Class of 1966 Remember the Watchman-Your Sign of I Good Food, Drink and Lodging TREADWAY INN I Route 30 at Radnor-Chester Road I St. Davids, Pennsylvania Robert C. Bennett, Innkeeper MU 8 - 5 8 0 0 3 Z 8 L.I oo,L ,ig 1 K A Ik---Y PSLI2-, 'XVCE PU' WM. T. COOKE PUBLISHING, INC. 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I 9 Ackerman- Phmp 046 Rwkvr, David G. 78' 216' 247 Bmde' Jeffrey R. " Ackefsog. Ggsfgil - In gm-knmn. Gem-gc G, 22: gigderickj Richard J, 155' 156' S7 ,. A.que. Onil K- ' ' 'Chl-y N.. ,I K l gan, am D- 3 Afiamczyk, Dfnms R' me? Bvkvmf Mitl:axfl15I.' 121' 122' 127' 129 groW"'EdWaii1w. JXQ Adams, J05ePh F' . 6 Rr.-Nino, Victor 136 TOWN, Prudence S -. 1 5 239 J- Bro - " Addom' Mmm ' 169 m Bvllotti, Gm-and A. 11 70 178 57 wn' Thomas E' . Thomas G. un Bender' ' ' 9 B ' -' Adsuar. JOYKC L- 57 Bcnclish. Bruce P 178, 231 Brown, Thomas P. ' ' 6' 250 ro Salvatore J. 133 Bmw . ' 178 rubaker, Joanne F 216 X Ag , CMO. Louis M B - 114 1 . I Ahw Nora A. 117 gem ' 247 WHO, Charles J ' 17' 165 ,. v SHO. John A. B - 23 la- ' Albright. John F" Jr' 246 Bc-nigno John P 140' 141 Bump' Peter M' 9 . . E, 256 . .' - 11 uccler , zitsfiwstfsien L. 322xt:z1wSE3.iz21S5- 243 SuC:an?nfJ3i?5? 3" Jr' 132 au ld , john A. 246 B .- ' ' 142, 165 uc Emmy Richard J. i 4, 2,d22,10hn C. Bzxzzzrmiifzi P' 31121 1- Alessio, Joan M' 229 Benson, Robert P' 113 Buerki OS? F' 129 170 V' gf 0 Cl' . 1 ' . ' 'S,2,,k'JE 123 fi, 64 fs: iz: BuggyfN5lill1HdpT 'cafe' ' Cfgin. John M, ' ' Burhans J ' ig? MEEELAM 2323 gergolg' William J- 205, 207 216 Burke' Bafigieg E' 201 " " Son' . crnar . .' h 1 , . V, Alter, Psrir It 167 Hwy. ,5'Lif10fiP P- 15,122 Burke, Paul J130, 131, 146,244, 350 -.-"1 Amato, C ef- - - Berry, Richard G., Jr, 57 2 Burke, Philip 'L 1 50 -- , Amsrer,Mar1am121g 165 225 239 263 Bertolacci, Alfred J. 'zzz Bums, Barry E, 125 am W' ' 123- 15 v Betancourt, juan A, 57 Burns, Joseph R, X i Anderson, Don . . 4 246 Busch' John F. 12, 15, 115 124 156 157 Burns, Roger W. 9 , Anderson, Edward L- 153 Beveridge Bernard E , , Buscher David J 250 n Richard A. 171 - '- ' 248 ' ' 11,18-173 W A115650 ' I Bxalous, Vxctor R. 248 B11Sh0ng,JamesJ. 214 250 . AHf1ef?0'1,REC'?ard s. 246 Bibri, Louis J. 56 Busfard, Gerald J. 242550 .Z Andrejkg, W1111?1mEJ. 178, 184 Bierman' Victor J. 301 Butakis, Benjamin J. , 250 ag? Andfewsf f'S'P O- :gl Bfcse, Robert J. 126, 172, 204, 217 248 Butkoskv, George J., Jr. 64,250 lx gdfe?'SfAng:'SD - 56 242 Bmgham, Alfred A., III 133 244 248 gutier, Fred F. 130 131 A geno, . . B' d, C 1 . ' ut er, Gregor E, ' , A11g0WSki,RiChafd 5- 195 lr am yngsz, 146 165 166 244 248 Butler' Steven 130 Anfgllolfef Ronald M- 133 Birmingham, Robert M. 159, 215: 248 gugaro' GUY J' I-"251 ig J ' 133 Boal, Francis R. 135 Ca,111'1-Emacs R- funv e ' v Bober, Jerome J. 140 ame' 0 eff A ' Aneta, Joseph F, 128 Bode Joseph J Callanen, Thomas O. 125 129 ff Arkwright, Gale T. 246 Boglg Francis 'J ?48 Camardo, Mario L. ' M r 4 ' ' g f:E'g0?Ei1gaX1e?rC- Bohrmann, William H. 202 Cameron William 153' 156' 157, 244 'V Ashmoge Francis jr. 163 gggfsbacheff Peter P- 171, 248 Campbeli, Donald D.. 151 250 212 , ' ' ger, Clarence E. 178 184 ' ' , Aspero, Stephen M. 129 Bonaflglia Phili A ' 248 CHIHPO, Anthony G., Ir. 161 Austin, David M. 101 Bonaiuto 'Jam PJ ' Z Camposano, William G. Bach, James M. 178 Bonanto 'paulei - 09, ganuso, gixrancis A. ' Bachman, J 0 T. 243 246 ' ' anuso, oseph A. Bachmann 'goiiick J f 246 Bonner. Berpard J. 249 Canuso, Joseph A. - B . ' - Bonner, Elame A. 165 Ca ece Abram W 251 'f Hglrlsky, Walter J., Jr. 149 150 B ' 11 p ' 0 ' X . onmwe , Nancy M. 231 C 11 L gy, Bain, Cheryl R. 142 B d C 1 ape afo, ee J. 202 Q ,, fn Baldwin, William J. 161 Bgikg,k.a1ils .lj Capozzx, Davifi J. 178, 182, 216, 251 ... ,- Balnis' James J 246 Borrelii 1,Franok Capuano, Louxs I. 239, 251 .- use '. - ' , - 249 Caputo, Da 'd A. 7 ' ggllgulgiilzgeloseph V. Borrelli, Salvatore L. 249 Caputo, Jghg P, 157 , - ' Bortolot Brenda L. 142 C Thgma J B , aramore, s . :ff B Ii' 54' 2431 247 Bosacco, JOhrl E. 178 Caraway, John B, f Banmiher B23 Pg 58 Bosacco, Kenneth 186 Carbone, Anthony J. 163, 251, 267 ff H9 izo 122 ' Bosakowski, Philip A. 133 Cal-bfmi, James J, if u Banmil 1 v I , 123, 244, 247, 249 253 Botto, James V. 56 Cardinal, Alan D. 12211113 Davld A. Bourne, John T. 148 Cardoso, Victor 1 3, 170, 223, 225, 244, 247. 249, Boyan, Michael 272 Carey, Donald F., Jr. 251, 297 Barber H 263 266 Boykin, Catherine M. 142, 165, 243, 249 Carey, John C. 123, 239 B h ' oface R- 170 Boylan, Roseanna E. Carlson, Charles W. 251 Rf et Remhold J- 247 122. 123, 144, 230, 242, 244' 2491259 Carnes,Wil1iam o. 123, 167. 172, 251 Barffilgrfgildgf 1oo Boyland, William J. 133 canon, David 12 57 f Barr D , - 247 Boyle, Davld H. 1 Carroll, James . 51 A B ' md M-1 HI 64 Boyle, William H. 161 Carroll, Leo P. 122, 123. 244.24912 Bggixglohn 163, 166, 225 247 Brady, Thomas F. Carroll, Noel d F 1355, mew, erome L. 125, 130 160 B t, R' hard T. Carter, Edwaf - ' ' ' ggfleyf Pau! F' 161 Bxgult, Eoland G. 249 Case, Jamqs P- 178' Bat::tZn'GlfQc?1ael S- 159 Brenker, Robert C. 202 CaS0, Wggzlngrc-g'A Bau '. '161 A- 169, 173, 247 Brennan, Eugene T., Jr- Casveff ' er, Richard C. 247 123 202 217, 235, 249, 253 Cassar, IOSCPI1 A- gauman' Henry J' 243 247 Brennan Jameg F. , 149, 152, 249 Casullo, Daniel P- 128' 154' 242' Bgggsigartenf Robert C- 101 Brett Glerard J. 163, 249 Cafagmlsf James 71 252 Beane' Robeff B- 125 Briles, Robert R. 171 Catalano' JMESM' 114 142,165 Names T- 130 B ' dl Christo her W. 96 Cafanese' Caro ' ' sv Beaty' Mark C' 163 Bggdlz, Mark Pp 249 Catanzaro, Augustus M- Catt1e William J III Caughlm Edward J Causak Andrew P Cavallo Robert O Cavanagh William Cavender William Cawley John P Cawley, Marjorie A Cerch1aro, Lucille A 5, Chandler, Vincent J Chapman, Francis . 1 Charles, James W. Charm, Robert W. Chaves, Robert L. Chelstowski, Richard Chiappetta, Donald A. 3 I 7 I Coyer Nadine M Coyle James R Cranley Donald W Crawford R1chard K Crews Joseph L Criado Armando F Crockett Jay B Croney, Charles T. Cross, David J Crotty, Edward T. Croushore, John L. Crouthamel, David A. Cruz, Nestor E. Cucinotta, Salvatore J. 127, Culkin, Francis J. 150, 151 D1 Lullo Robert J D1Nunz1o, Alfred D D1 Paola George E D1 Rocco Theresa A D1 Sessa, Thomas G D1 Stefano James L D1Stefano Anthony DiTullio, Richard A D1tze, Dems , 1 1 Dixon, Paul E 123, 236, , Doherty, John T Dolan, John A., Jr. Dolan, Margaret M. Dolente, Guy D. Dolon, Robert W. , , , Donahue, Patrick H. Chisholm, Alfred T. Chlebowski, Joseph G. Chollak, William L. Chriss, William H. Christiansen, Karen A. Chula, William J. Ciamporcero, Audley A. Cichelli, James A. Cicione, Joanne M. Ciechon, Edward J., Jr Cielecki, Edward M. Cini, Kathleen A. 1.12 163 I i Cipriano, John D. Ciriello, Salvatore F. Civitano, Dominic J. Claiborne, Jonathan A. Clapper, Edward L. Clark, Robert F. Clark, William J., III Clark, William P. Clarke, James F. Clarke, John J. Clement, Marc A. Cleveland, William A. Clifford, James P. Coan, Martin J. Cobey, Bartholomew K. Coessens, Joseph Cognetti, Joseph M. Colamosca, John V. Colella, Richard L. Coleman, Charles F. 187, 188, 191, Coletta, Daniel J. Colistra, Joseph J. Collins, Charles T. Collins, Cona Peter A. Collins, James F. 170, Collins, John E., Jr. Colison, James J. Comerford, Leo P. Comiskey, Water M. Como, David P. Coniglio, Kenneth C. 196, 199, Conlin, Frank J., Jr. Connell, David F. 178, 181, 182, 183, 185, Connolly, John E. Connor, Colin P. Connor, John P. Connor, Philip J. Conserva, Peter S. 114, Conway, George B. 196, 199, Corcoran James J. Corr, Maureen J. Corrado, George L. Corrao, Adrienne J. Correnty, Robert J. Cosmas, Augustus J. Costa, John A. Costanzo, Richard Costello, Thomas P. Cothran, Eugene G. Covi, Raymond, III 175, 178, 161, 229, 252, 170, 112, 64, 162, 11, 129, 129, 215, 159, 163, 193, 71, 58, 242, 217, 216, 154, 217, 142, 142, 163, 180, Culling, Robert J. Cunningham, David J. Cu'i'1ningham, Edward F. Cuprys Curley, Curran, Curran, , Christopher M. Mark M. 12, 28, Michael P. Raymond A., III 202, 217, 243, 247 Cusack, Joseph E. Cusi, Alexander E. Dabney, Thomas B. Dagostini, Norman. T. 149, 150, D'Agostino, James S., Dailey, Michael J. D'Alessandro, Conrad Daley, Joseph J. Dalton, Verne P. Daly, Christopher J. Daly, Joseph J., Jr. D'Ambrosio. George J. Danford, Philip C. D'Angello, Frank R. D'Angelo, Carmen J. Daniels, Harold E., Jr. Jr. ss, 71 Daniels, Michael J. 159, Daning, Thomas H. Dankel, Yeronica M. 15, 127, D'Antonio, Anthony S. Danz, Karl J. Darcy, Joseph M. D'Atri, Kathleen A. Davis, Lynn E. Deal, David T. Dean, Robert C., Jr. 121, 122, 151, Debesis, James P., 122, 130, 131 Deerkoski, Leonard F. 169, Defour, Ralph A. De Freytas, Joel C., Jr. Degenhardt, Harold F. Dein, Jeffra S. 142, 165, De Lauretis, Robert J. Della, Croce Robert N. 169, De Luca, Jeffrey G. De Mambro, John A. De Mann, Barbara T. De Marco, John C. Dempsey, Michael W. De Santis, Francis A. Desjardins, Philip A. 187, 64 124 140, 255 243 110, 243 244 228, 142, 125, 254 243 173, 243, 173, 159 166 I De Vito, Anthony J. 114, 126 Devlin, Jacquelin Dewey, Robert T. Diaz, Frank R. Di Bono, Ross J. DiCarlo, Wayne R. Dicciani, Nance K. DiCroce, Joseph R. 71, Diessner, Maria T. 142, Di Fonzo, Francis P. 55, Di Francesco, Wayne R. Di Gennaro, John A. 149, 152, Di Guiseppe, Pasquale Dillon, Martin T. Donaldson, John C. Donaldson, William R. 186 Donegan, James E. 114, 231 Donlan, Francis X 157, 212 Donnelly, James J. 258 Donnelly, Raymond P. 202, 203, 204, 217, 255, 258 Donohue, Andrew J. 156, 157, 244, 249, 258 Donohue, Terrence J. 258 Donohue, Carol A. 165, 258 Donovan, Daniel J. 133 Doran, Walter F. 159 Dorland, Harvey A., Jr. 243, 258 Dormer, Thomas J., Jr. 258 Dorner, Mary T. 165 Dorner, Elizabeth A. 165 Dorr, Donna B. 258 Dorsaneo, Nicholas R. 258 Doubek, James J. 111, 213 Dougherty, Anthony W. 97 Dougherty, Brian J. 258 Duffy, John F. 163, 259 Dowdell, Alan M. 57 Doyer, Leo F. 163 Doyle, Gregory M. 202 Doyle, John S. 258 Doyle, Michael E. 157 Drake, Timothy L. 133 Duff, Frank J. 162, 163, 258 Duffin, Michael T. 258 Dugan, Francis D. 259 Dugan, Jay L. 130, 131 Duh, Ernest F. 259 Dunn, William A. 129 Durborow, James F. 163, 259, 214 Dusch, Herman G., Jr. 259 Dzurenko, John T. 178 Eheart, Robert N. 201 Dzikowski, Gary R. 172 Ebbecke, Gerard M. 259 Ebel, Dennis 101 Echeverria, Federico's 57, 172, 173, 259 Eck, Francis T. 119, 120, 122, 123, 155, 157, 236, 244, 249, 259, 294 Eckrich, Clement P. 259, 281 Eder, Edward J. 259 Edwards, Thomas J. 205, 207, 208, 216, 259 Egan, Carol A. 142, 149, 150, 152, 242, 259 Egan, Michael B. 259 Eisennagel, Frank J. 259 Elliott, Samuel C. 259 Ellis, John E. 260 Ellis, Raymond J. 58 Elschner, Robert E. 149, 152, 260 Englom, William A. 260 Engelhard, John F. 260 Engels, Peter J. ' 260 Eppig, Barbara L. 165 Erfurt, George A. 260 Ermilio, John A. 161 . . . .. " ' ' 'ar ' . Q: '.,..,..,...-:.,...u.a-aw-"""" i- 1 1 i l Esptl Paul L JI Esposnto Ralph J FX111 M1xl1l6lJ Exangehst Benny V Ex ms John C Evans Philip R Exans Robeit C Ewall William J Eves William D Ewart James M Faas Francis A Fablettx Agostxno R Fabrizio, Richard F , Jr. if Forns Joseph M 161 Fortney Richard W Fortunato Sandra J P Fox Michael J Franceschi Alberto A Franceschl Jose V Francisco Richard J Franglosa Michael A Frank Ernest C Frankoski Stanley P Franz Donald E Franz ohn P 212 Glennon Thomas J Glynn Gerald T Gobrxck Robert J Goepfert Eric R Gom Dennis J Goldblatt Robert E 95 96 Gonzales John J 157 242 24-4 Goodwm Dean G 114 154 157 Gordon Walter J Gorman Margaret M Gove Ronald C Grabowsk1, El1zabeth M. 249 'Ru"""""""---1--2 ...ae ., I I , QF 7 ' 635 ' Y 'six'-xwi-.lffAQ',ffIf.SIQWQ.,-.,..,,,,Fj", ' - . 1 1 1 '. ' 1' 195 1 . - , ,262 , . 265 1 , f ' : ' - 260 , ' . 57 , . 265 3 1'1 1 ,' 1 3 260 , . . 235,262 ' , . 162,163 1 '- T ' - - " - 151 Fowler, Edward M. 303 , ' , 97 ' 1 N , , - 260 , ' . 186 ' , ' . , , H H - 171 ', . 57 , . 265 , '- '- , ,' - 159 ', . 57 , . , , , ,265 5 , 2 u . 260 ' , ' . 262 ' , . , , ,215 ' - - 260 ' , ' . 262 , . 212 1 , u . 178 , . 262 , . 265 1 , 2. 163 3 . 58,263,295 , . 106 g ' '- - 170 , . 125 128 263 ' ' , ' ' ' . . 173 263 12 236 241 7 260 ' . 133 1 ' 260 . 263 ' ' . 142 165 265 ' . 114 ' . 159 ' ' . 218 266 260 . 169 173 263 . 110 ' ' ' 263 ' . 205 208 1 59 ' . . 163 266 1 286 ' l I 1 , J , , 15, 121, 122, 124, 165, , , 178, 185, 214, Frasier, Walter E 242, 244, 265 Falla, Gabriel 57, 172, Frayne, Sheila E Grady, Patricia M , Fallon, William J 95, 96, Freder1cks, Joseph S Graham, W1ll1am W , Fanjul. Jose F. Freeman, Edward J , Grant, Thomas A Farmo, Lorraine S. Freeman, R1chard M. Grasmg, John R , 12, 15, 124, 142, 143, 146, 225, 242, 2 , Freind, Stephen F Gray, Michael E , 121, 136, 151, 236, 246, 263, Grazlano, John A. Farley, Michael T. 171 Frey, Robert H. 119, 120, 121, 122, 242, 256 Farley' Wllllam B,, jr, 261 202, 204, 217, 263, Greco, Armando V 173 Farrell, Michael F. 159, 166, 261 Friday, Charles W. Greco, Joseph F- 175, 173- 134 Farrell, Paul V. 157, 261 Friday, Kenneth A. 64, GFCCO, R1C1'1a1'C1 L- 113, 133 Fatek, William H. 133 Friedman, Richard B. Greehey, Barbara L- 250 Favieri, Dominic S. 170 Fry, J 01111 E- 178 Green, William G. 266 Favinger, Mark E. 261 Fudge, David C. Greenberg, Theodore J. 266 Federick, Richard S. 261 Fulginiti, Vi11CS11t L. Greenwoog, Samugli N. Fehrenbach, Karl W. 142 Fulton, Jghal 65 gxgogagaggine ' 127 Feigenberg, R1chard M. 133 Furey, MIC as - 11 , Gr Yison Ph His B 12 124 Fehimeh, Neal H. 209 FHSCO- Gregory T- 0' ?Y. ' Y ' ,,,' 266 Fell, Michael. J. 262 12- 142 j,3::3SSD1?- ' Fellner, W1ll1am S. 9 Gyb , W . F Jr , 122 123 226, 236, 242, 2 266, 294 Felty, Thomas P. 19, 158, 261 a awe: 211611 -1 ' . ' lg . L 266 Fenlon John H. Gadren, Mar1e B., 114, 165, 236 Grimmett, rian . 178 fl, 122, 123, 243, 244, 249, 258, 259 Gaidjunas, Frank C.7 188 193 gilcisijmzgazil-E:gy'11R. 142 Fennel, Robert J. 149, 259 h if - 1 1 Guarhio Kenneth R. 266 Ferguson Joseph j, 243, 261 Gallagher, Art ur . . 1. ld A 175 212 , Petr H 97 Gallagher, James R. Guerrxerx, Dona . , 133 Willihm 'J. 15 Gallagher, Robert L. gE2g32e.Jt13I?:1LF. 266 Ferko, Michael W. 196 ggiigigefeiogfgtg' 56 242, 66116, Stephen N. 157 Ferrainolo, Anthony R. ' g M 1 1 Gurda, Michael A. 159, 229 175,,178, 181, 182 Gellen, Kathryn - Gwynn Charles 101 Ferrer, Jose E1 161 Gaul, R1112211-113121. 140 141 242 Hack, Theodore W. 163, 169, 266 Ferrero, James T. . ' ' ' 1 1 Hack, Walter A. 130 H' 11: M- Fersch Kenneth E. , ' ' , 242 Hahn John T, , Gallo RObCI'l2 168, I ' . . 153 Feury, James A, 195 .' D 231 Halbedel, William N. . . 251 Galv1n, Thomas . 1 . 214 gIi,'ffni'21,fa117fue1 V" If 157 GaPSfuf,,.1 23125 1' A 58 g2iff2,f,Qfdfi-1121,i,Z' P. 265 Finnegan, Stephen J- 122 242 ggiililvcscib Gar?-S. 1 2421 Hall, Rosemalrie A. 150, F' h, Robert T. , 1 1 Hall. Susan . Figghel, Michael B. 230 es D' Halliday, William G-- Jf- Fischer, Alan G. 202 d ' John J Halligan, wmtem c. Fischetti, Joseph Jr. 162 Gar ner, h S - 130, Halpherl. T110111aS J- 171' 267 Fisher, James E. 56' 261 garVeti6tioJtTdith A. 127, Hamel' HWY 1- Fitzmaurice' Eugene M129 150 171 261 Gglsiivvarroi Fteheie P. 58, ga:2f5'1'b1::cf,.G' . ' ' ' , A th J- a ' ' - 3 M- W. Fitzmaurice, John. F. 15 Gemmell, Dennis J. 56, Hannaway, mis A. . 114 Fitzmaunce, W1ll1am A. 53 Genise George J., Jr. IIgann5n,x1z-ifaiam R 97 , . 7 . S ' . gitz152E'c1c1,i?i1i:,:1L1?., Jr- Gentil, lvgichael IB. 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Schaffer, Bernard P., Jr. 178, 216, 114, 1'. 148, 187, 188, 190, 192, 193, 194, 292 Schaumann, Robert C. Scheib, James E. Schleck, Carolyn Schleck, James R. Schmerge, Albert G. Schmid, John R. Schmidt, Henry J., Jr. Schmitt, Michael K. Schneider, William F. Schoenborn, Otto R. Schoenfeld, Wi1lia.m P. Schramm, George C. Schramm, Stephen J. Schultz, Larry R. Schultz, Robert T. Schunke, John J. Schwartz, Dietrich M. Schwartz, Norbert V. Schwartz, Theodore A. Sciarro, Joseph E. Sclafani, Joseph W. Scopinich, Gordon J. Scotney, Ralph Scotti, Joseph P. Scullin, Edward P., Jr. Scura, Edward D. Scutta, William M. 64, 292, 123, 162 163, 178, 182, 64, 163 163, 173 56, 154 7 9 2 Seager, Henry P. 163, 169, 173, Seasongood, Gustave J. Sebastian, Thomas V. Seelos, Peter L. Seifert, S. Curtis Seitz, Stephen F. Serafano, Donald N. Service, Paul A. Sessions, Paul L. Seville, Dominick J. Seweryn, Thomas P. Shanahan, James J. Shannon, John G. Sharp, Susan E. Shaughnessy, Frederick Shaw, Richard T. Shea, Charles J. Shea, Richard J. 57, 243, 145, 148 114, 123 163 1 130, 58, Shedlosky, J. Thomas J. Sheedy, Walter J. Sheehan, John J. H.. 212 169 292 292 157 114 292 230 292 292 217, 171 133 292 292 294 145 133 7 58 292 163 125 169 292 292 183 292 71 292 292 292 293 104 292 195 293 293 292 292 147 229 293 230 161 293 131 293 163 293 64 113 230 293 293 293 293 294 113 Shepard. Michael A Sheridan, Andrew J: 55, 59, 168, Sherlock, Francis J. 294 Sherm, John M. J . 1 1'- 294 Shields, Kent R, 294 Sholder, James R. 153 Shugrue, Thomas G. 185 Shuhler, Charles F. 130 Shum, George Chi Kin 294 Siegal, Tara A. 123 225 281 Silva, John C. 71: 243, 294 Simeone, Joseph R, ' ' 294 Simprini, Ronald A. 57 159 Sineo, Ronald D. ' 133 Sippel, David L. 133 Skidmore, Eugene J, 243 ZQ4 Skirven, Francis J. 1 294 Slack, David C. 153 294 Slack, Louise W. 117, 155 Smialek, Richard A. ' 130 Smialowicz, Ronald K. 55 Smiarowski, Beverly K. 124, 142 Smith, Frank R. 214 Smith, Kenneth A. 96, 159 Smith, Paul C. 55 Smith, Richard C. 130, 294 Smith, William A. 145, 148 Snocker, Frederick G. 95, 96 Sodaski, John J., Jr. 186 Sodaski, Paul J. 178, 130 Sokolo, William K. 58 Somers, John A. 294 Sorrentino, Paul M. 114 Soule, Hendrick H., Jr. 294 Spagnoletti, Leonard J. 235 Spain, Thomas J. 159, 210 Spath, Robert W. 128, 129 Spath, Walter F. 128, 170, 244, 295 Speelhoifer, Thomas J. 163 Spirito, Anthony P. 295 Sproul, Thomas J. 166, 295 Stack, Timothy F. 295 Stadelmeyer, Stephen A. 58, 295 Stagliano, John D. 295 Stagliano, Robert C. 295 Stahl, Robert A. 295 Stamm, Michael W. 57 Stay, Ellsworth J. 130 Stefanelli, Eugene M. 295 Stein, David A. 163, 295 Steinberg, Michael B. 295 Stenner, Peter R. 95, 96, 129, 209 Stephenson, John J. 101 Stepien, Edward R. 114, 116, 130, 131 Stepien, Walter P. 133 Stetler, Joseph J. 295 Stevens, Charles B. 133 Stevens, John W. 207, 295 Stevens, Lawrence 272 Stianchi, Maureen E. 142, 165 Stibich, Michael IL. 154 Stinger, James E. 193. 194 Stingone, Louis J. 295 Stoehr, Bruce E. 295 Stopko, Alan P. 178 Stowe, Lewis J., III 296 Stralo, Peter J. 171, 296 Strickland, William P. 111 smd, Gerald D. 175, 178, 185. 216 Struzzieri, Peter J. 295 Stuhler, Marguerite K. 155 Sturm, Robert H. 153 Sullivan, James 243, Sullivan, Janice . Sullivan, John .l- 152' 166' 296 Sullivan, L66 R. 163, 233 Sullivan, Martin C. 295, 3 7 Sullivan Thomas P. 196- 196 Suminski, Robert F. 140 336 Sutherland,Michae1 7, 133, Swartz, Donald J. SWeeUeY. Michael D. Sweeney, William F. Swiderski, Thomas C, Szczur, Joseph F, Szekef. Peter R. Tallman, Clifford P., Jr Tantala, Richard A. Taranto, Vincent P. Taraskas, Joseph R. Tarnowski, Richard M. Tavani, Francis L. Tavares, George M., Jr, Ten Eyck, Thomas E. Ternosky, Jane M. Terry, Peter M. Tessitore, Gary L. Teti, Thomas G. Thakkar, Hasmukkray D. Theisen, John D. Thill, John F. Thomas, John B. Thomas, Thomas C. Thomas, William J., Jr. 59 161 Thomisser, Fred C. Thorn, William J., III Thornton, Francis J. Thornton, James G. Tichy, Theodore T. Tillmann, George D. Tobin, Joseph M. Toland, Terrence R. Tomasco, William A. Tomney, Nancy L. Tompkins, Jerome E. Toohey, Frank W., Jr. Torregrossa, Joseph A. Torrisi, Joseph A. Travaglini, Mark E. Traylor, Robert E. Traynor, Kevin J. 187, 189, 192, 193 Trott, Bernard W. Tucker, William B. Tullo, Bruce N. Turiello, Ronald J., 58, 122 130 Turk, Joseph E. Turner, William A. Turvey, Timothy A. Tyler, Charles K. Tyler, John R. Tyrrell, Peter J. Ubaldi, Peter D. Ulan, Ronald J. Umfrid, Katherine Umland, Herbert C. Unger, Lawrence J. Ursini, Gary L. Usonis, John R. Usuka, George J. Valente, Louis J. Valenza, John A. Valva, George C. Vasko, George S. Vasti, Daniel M. Vendrasco, Albino J. Vent, Robert J. Venticinque, Robert A. Vermeire, John A. Vetrano, Joseph S. 158, 159, 166, 225 Vetter, Paul F. Viano, Paul, Jr. 126 Vincinanza, Joseph J. Victor, Michael S. Vincent, Paul T. Vincenzo, James .l- Visalli, Peter D. Vishio, John .l- II II I II II I1 I. I I I I. I I 1 .1 II I1 H2 V 7 .. Ii I II 1. I. I I I .I :J It I 1 I I ,.I 34 I If I IL .I I ,. I III, II Ii I:' III I 5 . I i I, . , .1 II - I I I II I I. III ,Q . I, ,. I 1.I III I II I 1. I I I I I I I 4 'I '1 It I I 2 I ' ii II II Is I !. I ,I I ,I l I! I'I. Ii If I I II II I1 II- I I I , . II I. 338 Volpe, James R. 299 Volpe, Rocco J. 55, 299 Volta, Louise T. 299 Volz, Edward 157. 210 Von der Lieth, Dion W. 205,2o7,208,216,244,299 Vrionis, George S., Jr.. 243, 262, 299 Wade, Peter C. 163, 243, 299 Wagner, Bernard D. 65, 163, 299 Wahl, Timothy S. 114, 154, 158, 159, 202 Wainwright, Dennis K. 186 Waldron, Charles E. 300 Wallace, Thomas B. 300 Walsh, Denis M. 122, 243, 300 Walsh, George J. 300 Walsh, John J., III 300 Walsh, Marguerite J., 142, 166, 244, 300 Walsh, Philip J. 186 Walter, Harry L. 178, 216 Ward, Richard M. 212 Wargo, Charles J. 171 Wargocki, Frank E. 56 Walileski, Elinor D. -165 Wassmer, Robert E. 130 Watson, James D. 133 Watson, John P. 125, 169, 173, 300 Weathers, Saundra D. 113, 239 Webb, Dallas W. 178 Weglarz, Stephen J. 178 Wehrell, Michael A. 300 Weidner, Joseph M. 300 Weinstein, Jean B. 300 Weiss, Frederick R. 163 Welch, Katherine B. 15, 142 Welsh, J. Norman A. 64, 300 Werkheiser, Barry C. 186 Abraham, Gerald 85 Arsht, Adrienne 89 Bambrick, Joseph T. 89, 90 Bean, J. David 89 Bellwoar, Robert G. 89 Benz, George F. 89 Brandolph, Arthur 86 Brodkin, Jeffrey A. 88, 89 Byrne, Therese M. 89 Cantino, Ronald J. 89 Carroll, Thomas 86 Casey, William H. R. 89 Chillas, Robert 86 Cleary, William 85 Cleary, John J. 85 Collins, J. Edward 85 Conway, Paul 87 Cooperberg, Barry 89 Crampton, John P. 89 D'Lauro, John J. 35, gg D'Valente, William 85 Decotes, Al 85 Define, William T. 86 Dekoven, Bernie 83 Derenzo, Ronald T. 89 DeVincentis, Pierre H. 86, 89 Donnelly, Edward G. 86, 89 Doud, Donald 85 Dougherty. John F. 86, 90 Drew, David 85 Durst, Robert 86 ----...L .... . A West, Dennis C. 202, 217. 300 Westhoff, Thomas S. 57, 130, 131, 244, 300 Whalen, Thomas D. Whelan, Francis J. White, William E. Whittle, Thomas J. Wieckowski, Thomas J. Wieczezynski, Leonard Wieneke, Peter Wiggins, Wayne A. Wihnyk, Robert J. Wildemann, Leonard W Wilhelm, Jerome P. Wilhelm, Michael L. Wilhere, Hugh F. Wilker, Sylvester J. Wille, Roderick F. Willenbecher, James F. Williams, Curtis M. Williams, Russell H. Williams, Thomas J. Williams, Ward T. ., Jr. 301 301 211,218 58 58,243,301 71, 301 101 186 271,301 301 116,272 214 301 64,301 163 301 301 130, 133 95,96 114, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 126 301 Willms, Martin Willson, Thomas D. Wilson, Theresa M. Winter, Paul E. Wise, Earlene B. Witham, Stephen A., Jr. Woehlcke, Edward S. Wofford, Andrew W., Jr. Wolfe, Winifred A. Wondolleck, Mark Wong, Michael K. Wood, Catherine V. Woody, William J. DLW Emuryan, D. Michael Eschback, Leo Evans, Eugene Feingold, Allen L. Fitzgerald, James J. Flaherty, Daniel T. Foy, Edward D. Frankino, Stephen Gannon, James P. Giannella, Donald A. Gilligan, Philip M. Gilroy, William Giunta, George Gold, William T. Goldberg, Arthur M. Goss, Michael Grant, Joseph S. Greinir, Richard Gross, Kenneth L. Haddad, Charles A. Hailstone, Andrew J. Hammond, Jane Hawkins, William J. Heuisler, Charles W. Howell, Charles D. Iorio, William John, Peter C. Kelly, Joseph C. Kennedy, William V. Kerwick, James J. Latoole, Robert 57,209,301 147, 165 301 301 301 30 214 165 201 8 302 302 Woolley, Joyce A. Woolley, Laurence J. Wright, George I., III Wright, Samuel L., Jr. Wurzbach, William E. Wyckowski, Thomas Wyluda, Stanley L. Wyrwas, Veronica J. Wysznski, Joseph L. Yancey, Prentiss Q. 119,12o,122,123,154, Yantis, Michael A. Yarrish, Edward B. Yatczyn, Joseph F. Yezerski, Thomas R. Yorio, Nicholas J. Yuen, Joseph H. Zaccaria, Nicholas J. Zaccone, Marialena J. Zapf, Lawrence J. 165, 243, 54. 244, 249 57 127 129 l69,173, 157, 142, 114, 115, 117, 147 Zeigler, Carlisle, Jr. Zeller, Janice C. 12, 15, 113, 124, Zenoni, Raymond L. Zgurzynski, Joseph A. Zilincar, August J., III Zino, Charles A. Zirbser, Edward J., Jr. Zizzo, Michael Zoebelein, Sue A. Zogby, Joseph A. Zoubek, John A. 117, 123, 129, 143, 145, Zucker, John E. Zurn, Karl R. Zusi, Andrew J. 165, 56, 205, 172, 173, 173, l 2 I STUDE Tl DEX 90 86 86 90 90 90 90 85 86 85 87,90 87 87 90 86,90 86 90 86 86 90 90 85 90 85,90 90 86 91 86,91 91 91 86 Lembo, Louis Luchsinger, John A. Lutzenberg, John Macchiaroli, Michael MacNeill, Jay S. Mairone, Robert V. Malmed, Richard D. Martin. P. B. May, John S. McErlane, James McGuinn, Martin McMenaman, Paul X. Melia, Laurence P. Mengel, Edward C. Miller, Sherman Moellar. Mark Muehleib, Barbara R. Mullin, Joseph E. Nichanot, Louis Nicosia, Carolyn Norton, Paul O'Brian, J. Willard O'Malley, Edward J, Oretsky, Susan Ostien, Paul H. Restaino, Phyllis Rink. Joseph Rucci. Joseph J. Rnlen, Nicholas Salvana, Sandra Saylor, Cara Bryn 91 86 85. 86 86 86 86 302 302 302 130 302 272 130 169 302 302 205 129 302 172 230 302 302 239 229 302 224 302 302 196 302 303 186 15 1 53 230 303 303 303 82 91 86 86 91 ,92 91 87 ,91 87 86 ,9l 86 91 87 87 91 .91 9 86 83 83 85 . 91 91 92 82 86 92 86 81, 83 82 SCSSO. lJ0li'i'c5 B , ' 86 9" blieringm. Lee , A.. Silverstein, Lee Silx'erm.u1. Eugene D. Q2 Sklar. Arthur E. 92 Spirt. ll. David 92 Stephenson, John 85 Stolman, Theodore B. 92 Abbasi, Aslam 63 Aceto. Ted 178, 135 Albrecht, Eugene J., Ph.D. 47 Amelotti, Emil 49 Anderson, James R., Ph.D. 63 Anderson, James F., Ph.D. 48 Appicci. Richard D., O.S.A. 37, 229 Auth, George H. 63 Avil, Richard D. 39, 63, 104 Bailey, Joe E., Lcdr., U.S.N. 95 Barry, Searle J., Cdr., U.S.N. 94, 95 Barnhurst, William J. 47 Barrett, Philip F., O.S.A. 38, 69 Barry, Jackson G., Ph.D. 55, 83 Bazinet, Lester 50 Beach, John D., Ph.D. 48 Behanna, Evelyn 74 Beiduk, Felix M., Ph.D. 53 Bell, Edward M. 81 Bell, F. Alexander 17'8, 179 Bergquist, James M. 52 Bemardin, Charles W., Ph.D. 54 Biederman, Karl J. 49 Black, James L., Maj., U.S.M.C. 95 Blimm, Joseph M. 54 Bonniwell, Bernard L., Ph.D. 47 Bookmyer, Beverly B., Ph.D. 55 Boyle, M. Dorothy 39 Braxton, Gwendolyn 74 Brooks, James O., Ph.D. 49 Brown, Donald F., Ph.D. 50 Brown, James E., Jr. 62 Brown, Jo Ann 73 Brown, William C. 68, 71 Bruch, George D. 39, 84 Bruderle, Charles P. 38, 102 Bruno, Joseph F. 53 Burgess, Frederick M. 102 Busch, Thomas 43 Byrne, Conal J., Ph.D. 59 Calkins. James L., Ph.D. 47 Calvo, Jose A. 57 Cannan, Edward 52 Carlson, Ernest H. 47 Chang, Nicholas T. C., J.C.L. 51 Charlton, William H. 58 Chase, Carl T., Ph.D. 53 Chowanec, David 50 Chorba, George J. 69 Christian, Theresa 73 Clarke, Edgar W., Ph.D. 62 Clarke, Lillian, Ph.D. 47 Clausner, Marlin D., Capt., U-S-N- . 94, 95 Clay, Alvin A. 69, 71 Cleary, Vincent J. 55 Coccia, Anthony J. 43 Coughlan, John A., O.S.A. 13, 69 Cullen, William G., O.S.A. 53 Cummings, Raymond L., Ph.D. 52 Curran, John J., O.S.A. 35, 37, 176 DaCrema, Joseph J. Daly, Jeanne D. Stonelake, Hank Suter, Robert W, TNC, Joseph A. 86 Tomalis, Thomas J, i 87' 89' Tumola, Thomas J. 86 Vondercrone, C. Stephens 86 92 Wallace, Michael E. ' 92 Whetty, Charles Wilmans, Richard A, Wolov, Andrew M. Zamboldi, Richard H, Zamborsky, Edward J. Zaun, William F. Zawrotny, Joseph P, 87 92 92 86. 92 93 93 92, 93 D ADMINISTRATIGN INDEX DeLaCour ohn , J J. Derrig, Richard DCVHHC, Joseph R., Ph.D. 47 Devine, John 187, 195 Devine, Joseph P. 63 DiVincenzo, Vito J. 50, 57 Doherty, Edward C., O.S.A. 51, 131 Donnellon, James A., O.S.A. 36, 206 Donnelly, Anne B. 73 Dorley, Albert J., Jr. 52 Dougherty, Gerald A. 59 Downey, Bernard J., Ph.D. 47 Doyne, Thomas H., Ph.D. 47 Driscoll, John M., O.S.A. 37 Driscoll, William G. 53 Dunn, James A., Lt., U.S.A. 95 Duprey, Richard A. 55 Eby, Frank H., Jr. 68 Elliott, James F. 196, 200, 201 Elsner, Henry, Ph.D. 49 Etter, Charles G., Jr., Ph.D. 62, 65 Faragalli, Joseph 178, 179 Farnan, Charles 176, 178 Farrell, William E., O.S.A. 37, 42 Feigenberg, Myrtle 73 Ferry, Louis A. 178, 179 Fiss, Herbert 131 Flaherty, Joseph A., O.S.A. 34, ss, 36, 229 Flood, Gerald J. 53 Flynn, Joseph E. 53 Frescoln, Wilson L., Ph.D. 16, 50 Furphy, Thomas J., 0.S.F.S. 69 Gaffney, Richard 48 Gallagher, Michael J., O.S.A , 51, 115 Gallen, John J- 39 Gatza, James T. 63 Geisz, Edward P. 202 Gelman, Harry L. 69 George, Joseph, Jr., Ph.D. 52 Gershman, Louis, Ph.D. 47 Giglio, Ernest, Ph.D. 52 Gill, Robert T., O.S.A. 39 Goldberg, Joseph 63 Gorman, William M. 63 Gormley, Paul J- 49 Greenberg, Lewis M. 54 Greene, Thomas R. 52 Greyson, Joseph C. 63 Grob, Robert L., Ph.D. 47 Groom, Dawna M. 74 Haberstroh, Charles J- 54 Halphen, Marshall J., O.S.A. 38, 51 Harrington, J. Walter 63 Harris, David A. 48 Harris, George A- 53 Hart, Stanley G. 50 Hartman, Harold F., Ph.D. 33 Hartmann, Frederick W. 49 Harry, Kevin D., Cdr.. U-S-N- 39 Helmetag, Charles H. Henry, William C. A. Hernan, John Herron, William P. Holland, Mary Alice Honigman, Fred Hopkins, William I., O.S.A. Horne, Marcetta Hrascanec, Rudolph J. Hsu, Ih Sen, Ph.D., Hubbert, J. Bernard, O.S.A. Hughes, John E., Ph.D. Jaramillo, Placido Jaworowski, Erward F. Jenkins, Edward F., O.S.A. Jenkins, Schuyler V. 54 48 73 53 38 74 51 68 38, 53 49 49 55 55 63 Johnson, Donald L., Lcdr., U.S.N. 95 Johnson, Evelyn Kelfer, Joseph D., O.S.A. Kelly, Charles F. Kelly, John C. Khouri, Fred K., Ph.D. King, James, O.S.A. Kim, James J. Kinney, Joseph A., Jr. Kirkpatrick, Larry J., Ph.D. Klein, Walter H., Ph.D. Kozikowski, Joseph Kraft, John J. Kunes, Genevieve Langan, William B., Ph.D. Langran, Robert W. Large, Joan T. Lawson, Robert B., Ph.D. LeBer, Raymond J. Lee, Jeremiah, Ph.D. Leffler, Amos J., Ph.D. Lichtenstein, Ivan E., Ph.D. Linahan, Thomas C. Livengood, Donald J. Logue, John J. Lynch, Robert D. Mahan, Arthur L. Maksymowych, Roman, Ph.D. Malik, Lynda Manley, Martin J. Manus, Gerald I., Ph.D. Marlow, Dorothy, Ph.D. Martinez, Thomas E. McClain, John A., Ph.D. McCook, George McCrea, Anne McDermott, Margaret McDonough, Richard R. McEnerney, John I., Ph.D. McGinn, Howard F., Ph.D. McGowan, Joseph P. McGrath, Edward, Ph.D. McKeough, Charles M. McNichol, William .7- Mentzer, Thomas J. Menz, Paul G. Michaels, Edward .l- Migliore, Francisco, Ph.D. Miller, Richard H- 74 98 69 36 52 51 69 54 S4 38, 68 63 187, 188 73 16 52 74 11, 18, 47 63 176 47 47 49, 146 49 52 62 176, 205 50 49 52 47 16, 72 18 50 55 73 74 48 55 51 54 18 63 62 52 63 178, 186 49 62 . .. 4 1 , , , .-atL.L-,. . ,... L. Mitchell, James J. 54 Mongeau, Rene G. B. 50 Morris, A. Gregory, Ph.D. 47 Mugler, Kenneth 176 Mullen, Anthony J., O.S.A. 53 Mulligan, John J., Ph.D. 50 Murphy, George D., Ph.D. 54 Murphy, Harriet D. 74 Murphy, Justine 50 Murphy, William J. 63 Murray, Edward V. 59 Myers, John A. 62, 64 Nally, Robert V. 68 Nevin, John 176, 178, 187, 196, 205 Nevins, Thomas F. 55, 81 Nolan, Patrick J. 18 Nova, Fritz, Ph.D. 52 O'Brien, John F., Ph.D. 48 O'Donnell, John 50 O'Neil, Charles J., Ph.D. 48 O'Neill, William 45, 68 O'Toole, James J. 48 Palazzolo, Charles 49' Paparella, Benedict A., Ph.D. 16, 48 Paparella, Julia 16, 73 Papin, Joseph, Ph.D., S.T.D. 11, 16, 51 Pastore, Gaetano 50 Pblaczynski, Catherine 73 Pearce, George R. 68 Penta, Anne Constance 51 Peterson, Weber H., Ph.D. 69 Ponko, Vincent H., Ph.D. 52 Procko, Bohdan P., Ph.D. 52 Radan, George T., Ph.D. 54 Ratigan, Joseph W. 54 Redding, Martin 62 Reilly, Bernard F. 52 ....-wxasg..-...s..m.4 ,..,.,.-.x...--. .,..... . . . .. .. .T . . Tl: ' .I..........,:5..........4a4:-1-if-11:1-,,.......,...... Reimel, Theodore, Hon. Reith, Gunther, Ph.D. Resinski, Kenneth Reuschlein, Harold G. Rice, William J., Ph.D. Riley, Donn C., Ph.D. Riley, Howard F. Riva, John F., Ph.D. Rivas, Daniel J. Roberti, Dominic M., Ph.D Rogers, Joseph P. Rohlfing, Harry J. Rongione, Louis A., O.S.A. Roy, Lucien R. Ruane, Richard E. Ruckstuhl, William J. Rudhart, Alexander, Ph.D. Russell, Robert P., O.S.A. Ryan, James T., O.S.A. Sardinas, August A., Ph.D. Schauble, J. Herman, Ph.D. Schorr, David J. Schrems, John J., Ph.D. Schrum, Marion M., Ph.D. Schuster, James J., Ph.D. Sentner, Philip J. Severance, Alexander G. Sharer, Cyrus J., Ph.D. Sherman, James G., O.S.A. Sholofsky, Mark W. Shurer, Ralph C., O.S.A. Simpson, John H. Slattery, Michael P., Ph.D. Smith, Francis X., O.S.A. Spadafora, Sherwood H. Sprows, David J. Stepelevich, Lawrence, Ph.D. s.1fu.m.:m.a...f.'x-Ni...-. ...G .. , N., ' 36 47 ss, 141 39, 84 62 52 68 47 50, 57 47 178, 179 69 39, 41 49 68, 70 69 52 48 229 49 47 62 52 16, 38, 72 62 53 68 48 36 52 50, 153 49 48 39 47 49 16, 48 Stott, George W. 53 Strieb, Jay D. 53 Subbiondo, Joseph L. 54 Suchar, Joseph T. 49 Sullivan, Timothy D. 48 Sweeney, Robert F., Ph.D. 62 Tapp, William 142 Thillet, Carlos J., Jr., Ph.D. 50 Thomas, Arnold 62 Thornton, Edith L. 74 Tich, John G. 48 Tonkinson, John J. 18 Tuppeny, James P. 196, 200, 201 Uicker, Robert J. 50 de la Vega, Jose R., Ph.D. 47 Wagner, Mary M. 73 Walsh, E. Elizabeth 51 Weitzmann, Albert M. 16, 69 Welsand, Eugene H., Ph.D. 47 Welsh, Robert J., O.S.A. 38 Wesberry, Reginald E., Lt., U.S.N.R. 95 White, Robert E., Ph.D. 62 White, Theodore H. 63 Whiting, Robert B. 49 Whitley, Norbert W., O.S.A. 98 Wilke, Raymond G. 11, 18 Wilkinson, Robert E., Ph.D. 16 Wright, Kenneth T. 55 Yasko, Richard N., Ph.D. 53 Yeh, George C., Ph.D. 62 Yen, John T. C., Ph.D. 47 Yii, Roland, Ph.D. 63 Young, Barry S. 49 Yuen, Hsiu Huo, Ph.D. 62 Ziegler, Daniel J. 41 Zuchowsky, Leo M., Ph.D. 53 'r ,Qu .". V ACCOUNTING SOCIETY .... ADMINISTRATION ..,... . . . . . . . , , 33- ALUMNI FOUNDATION .......,..,., AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY ' AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS ...,..,...,... AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS ...... AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS ...I....... ARTS AND SCIENCES FACULTY ... ,.. ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT .... BAND ....................... ,.,, BASEBALL ..... ..... BASKETBALL .. BELLE AIR .....,.,.... BELLE MASQUE ......... BETA GAMMA DEBATE .... . BLUE KEY ............... BOARD OF TRUSTEES . . . BOWLING ............. CHARITY WEEKEND . . . CHEERLEADERS . . . CONCEPT CLASS OF CLASS OF CLASS OF CLASS OF 1966 1967 1968 1969 COMMERCE AND FINANCE FACULTY .... 'ig CON FRATERN ITY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE CON SERVATIVE CLUB .... CROSS COUNTRY ......... DELTA EPSILON SIGMA . . . DELTA PI EPSILON ...... DELTA PI MU ........... DEVELOPMENT ......,... ENGINEERING FACULTY . ETA KAPPA MU .......... FINANCE SOCIETY ,..... FOOTBALL ............. GAMMA PHI ............. GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY . . . GOLF ..................... GRADUATE SCHOOL ........,.. - - GREGOR MENDEL SOCIETY .... 1 HISTORY CLUB ..........,.... HOCKEY ....,............... - - HOMECOMING ............,.,.,.. .... INFIRMARY ........................ . INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC ENGINEERS ........ INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE ON GOVERNMENT ............. . GENERAL INDEX 71 39 40 S7 64 56 65 65 46- 55 57 176 132-133 205-208 187-195 144-148 138-141 127 123 36 213 230-231 124 242-243 246-309 114-117 110-113 106-109 67- 69 154 125 128 200-201 168 156-157 158-159 42 61- 63 169 71 178-186 170 56 218 76- 83 S6 58 215 224-225 43 64 127 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS SOCIETY , I 128 IN TER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL .,........ 1. 166 INTRAMURALS ....................,1 219-221 INTERCOLLEGITE JAZZ FESTIVAL . . . JUNIOR WEEK ,....... , ..........,, iff KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS .... 126 LACROSSE ................., ,M 210.211 LAMBDA KAPPA DELTA ..., A, 1611161 LAWPSCHOOL ........... 1 I 1 34- Q3 LIBRARY .......,..,.. 1 41 LITERARY SOCIETY .... SQ LYNX ,....... A ............ 154 MARKETING SOCIETY .... 71 MENDEL BULLETIN .... , 59 NROTC ................... 94- 97 NURSING FACULTY ........... 72- 74 PENNSYLVANIA STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION .... S8 PHI KAPPA PI .... Q ............., ... 162-163 PHOTOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT ,... . 153 PI SIGMA EPSILON ............ 171 PISTOL ............. 214 PI TAU SIGMA ... , 172 PI THETA CHI 164-165 PLACEMENT ...,... . 44 POLITICAL UNION 129 PRE-LAW SOCIETY ..... 70 PRESIDENT .............. 34- 35 PUBLIC INFORMATION .... . 44 RIFLE .,............... 214 RUGBY ................. 212 SANCTUARY SOCIETY .... 129 SECURITY ........,.. 43 SEMINARY .......................1....... 98-101 SOCCER .............. 209 SOCIETY FOR BUSINESS ACHIEVEMENT .. 70 SOCIOLOGY CLUB ..., 57 SOPHOMORE WEEKEND ................,, 228-229 SPANISH CLUB ..1.... S8 SPIRIT COMMITTEE . 124 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION .. 120-122 SWIMMING ............,.............,... 202-204 TAU BETA PI ....1.... 178 TRACK ......,......... 196-199 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE 102-104 VARSITY SENIORS ...., 216-217 VICE-PRESIDENTS ....,.. , 37 VILLANOVA ENGINEER 64 VILLANOVAN ......,..... ... 149-152 VILLANOVA SINGERS .... 130-131 WHO'S WHO .............. 244-245 WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 142 WWVU .........,..., 134-13? YOUNG REPUBLI CAN S FRCM THE EDITOR: A job has been completed. A year 'has been recorded. A book has been published. Now at the end the Editor stands alone, and presents you with the 1966 BELLE AIR. I hope that you will have very definite feelings about the book which your hands now hold. Love it or hate it, but don't be indifferent toward it. When sixty studen-ts work untir- ingly for five months to create some three hundred pages . . . consider their efforts. When the same students struggle -to meet the earliest deadline in the school's history . . . respect their courage. When blood, sweat and tears emerge into a volume tempered with love for a University, an Ad- ministration, and a student body . . . be an understanding audience. If success is measured by fortitude, creativity, patience or diligence, we are probably the most successful staff ever to claim Villanova as our Alma Mater. We will not rest until we know that We have understood every facet of this university, and that you, in turn, understand us. That was our goal. From understanding we glean appreciation. I wish. it were possible to adequately express my thanks to the many people who stood with me from beginning to end. What- ever we have completed, we have done together. Special thanks to Tom Sebastian, Managing Editor and chief objector to trimming the 1966 BELLE AIR in pink lace. Mere expressions of appreciation are not enough for Dan Solari, of William T. Cooke Publishing, Inc., for whom I have the warmest regards. He has counseled me in working with the BELLE AIR, and a few other things . . .! His secretary, Mrs. Gloria Watson, was always available to help with the many problems. I received whole-hearted cooperation from Mr. Joseph Durinzi of Carl Wolfe Studio Inc. Miss Louise Crisci, also of Carl Wolfe made work a true pleasure. S'he never failed in obtaining a photographer for us, and they in turn pro- duced outstanding results. As Business Manager Barry Burke doesnlt know much about a "modern layout," bu-t he sure talks money. He handles figures well too. For someone who quit eight times and hollered "I hate you" Cin the direction of my oflicej, Val Herbstritt came up smiling. She also produced an excellent Senior Section. Her co-editor, Ken Hedges, was grea-t at identifying pictures. Between naps Steve Seitz spent time drawing lines all over the dummy sheets. I hope he's awake to appreciate his job well done. Engaged men have a lot of free time. That's why Frank Samer was able to manage the frustrating Organizations Section so effectively. Phil Mino is famous: he was the first editor to finish his section before the deadline, and he changed the layout of every page. Believe me, that's history! When Larry Zapf wasnlt trying to get 3. date with one of the staff members, he actually learned how to crop a picture. Terry Wilson helped him. Sports Editor Bernie Schaffer remained calm, cool and collected while the rest of us scrambled to beat the clock. When john Schmid finished the Fraternity Section, he knew more about the Sorority than any girl on campus. The projection of our theme was dependent upon re- search into the past history of the University. Ricki Hobdell was able to solicit help from Fr. Rowland, Mr. Al Severance, Mr. Ruane and Miss Kuhn whose contributions were vital to our success. If I could blame my ulcer on one person, it would be Bill Dolon. Who else but Bill would get sick the night be- fore the deadline? But he came through with rhymes and riddles, and a "bag full of tricks." He actually conned the editor of the VILLANOVAN into spending two "all-night- ers"-working on copy. Bill was amazing. Never before did ten fingers do so much typing. Barbara Park waded through thousands of layout sheets, carbons, etc., only to find that our staff couldnlt spell. Webster was her best friend. Pat Kennedy is responsible for our cabinet full of year- books from "other schools." This gives variety to our plagiarism. Joe Linsalata directed his staff into an outstanding per- formance. We hope he meets -this success when he turns his producing strictly to the stage. Special -thanks to Lorraine Farino, the amazing Wonder who did the impossible . . . we have an index. She is especi- ally grateful to Mr. Joseph DiLucca of Data Processing for providing her with the 5000 IBM cards which are re- sponsible for her insanity. District Distribution Director and head thumb tack nabber, Jeff Lodewick is the man responsible for the posters of other organizations falling to the ground. Saundra Weathers beautiful art work was a contribution gratefully received. Maybe John Zoubek can't run a party without losing money, but he sure can produce an excellent Social Section. This brings me to the Administration, particularly Fr. Appicci and Fr. Ryan, whose confidence and assistance were inspirational. Thanks to the Photo Department and Brian McNamara for many of the photographs which- appear on these pages. Mrs. Cooper of the Maintenance Department receives my personal gratitude for helping to make our office a nicer place -to work. When there weren't papers from wall to wall, you could actually see the desks! G To Mr. Tom Linahan I extend my appreciation for help- ing me to understand. Most Si ,L af ag, MJ EDITOR-IN-CHl EF 2 1 e Z E Q 5 3 2 1 Q Z l Q f 2, 1 E Y l " f E I ii' bil-.1 Nd-1 -wa. 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