Villanova University - Belle Air Yearbook (Villanova, PA)

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Ji 1970 BELLE AIR 'VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY' 0 VILLANOVA ' PA ' 1 '4vA-4504 3 get 3 I an-V if ww 'I .9- su- "SEEK AND YE SHALL FIND" This is the first Belle Air of a new decadeg a decade of change and of chal- lengeg a decade which may very well prove to be mankind's best-or last. With the world in such a state, the student's role as a student becomes less important than his role as a part of humanity. To us, as the leaders of these next ten years, the search for meaning in this world of ours takes on in- creased importance. For many students university life thrusts us, for the first time into the out- side world. It is here that we form behavior and personality patterns that will direct our future lives. Within the university community we must begin to find ourselves and to discover our relationships with others of our species. This then is the student's search for meaning. This is what we, of the 1970 Belle Air, have attempted to show. The student must Hrst find himself-to know who I5 is. Until this is done he cannot hope to know others. 6 G2 X ewan, ,ov w,,.,.W.v....,4,.m.-- wi' . L K x f xffmiiiiv 'CTW mr .am1sQx1,mx y J His search must now continue. He must seek out others and become part of them-"to walk a mile in their shoes." He then becomes aware of the world around himg of its suc- cesses and failuresg of what it needs to become a whole. ,Y x, - afdr, f f ' ' w 1 I , ,. I .f ' 2 ' ' ,.o4wy"'a 1 " ' " f ,T v , ,V -X, XM 'sf ry s srn J . Y iff, - ., W W 5 XR A 'f fu fuv' e saewfilflg 5 f Y A fi 'N "THE SEARCH EXTENDS FRGM THE WRITTEN WORD TO THE SPOKEN For some,the search takes place between the covers of books, within the walls of libraries. This is not enough, for the world is made up of more than recorded life. If you would know the truth, ask-and listen. H F- ' A ' ' 'V 4' - My my , . f f,,4?.,jh,, df J 33 , .t,Q, A ,pf fm S lm h R 5 4 4: A Q, W bksvwe- a 4 2 A Pig: sf' , :L -jg, 5. Q - . , .0 5 ,Qi 222 ' w IZ f f V Y m 12 E' 2 1 5 fx 7 . f, gin gii i 'h h H The search continues for a lifetime. You must keep the feeling of joy and love within you always if you are ever to know success. ,-1 f 1 f is -w f f f J km . 5 y f fag.. Iii. ,w,, ,S Q f' 3 7 ,.f. "' 7 f , f:f',g ?4f pg ggi Q, ,. A f"297d 'fr I g 1 - "ii A fy' 'k"3If b fm I' A I . X 1 A . ' 'Q ' if !', Qgfnwx ,Eff lb ' ' x .y -if f' I X I ,, f Ni ,44 . X - 4' 2 was 2 A J' ' W .lim L -4? D- f4 , .. wma .z. Q31 j K2 n m . lsyg ,fy ,gisff J, , q ff A ' K 3 ,.12 'L' jazvfz 997412 -,fi ff- 4 Q r QJBV A xm A"1 Q4 Mn . N 'W ,Q ' 1 Q' 4 , ,ri 'Shi mil f A. ' y .g oglv' . 4,L " -Q '1, 7.5 , x f i .-Q 17 The Belle Air's introduction to this search ends here, but the story is just beginning. We have found in putting this book together that the search which we speak about is reduced ultimately to one of happiness. A student finds meaning in that which makes him happy. 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Today the student must not only learn--he must also teach if he is to remain a member of this community. l .TQ ,soya , fywyvfre M mg, 4, . .el In 5 f f' M' Huw' hw wifi-Qs -' . w."ir 4' 'mv-.. 7 WM" President of illanova To ignore a successful coexistence of contrasting views within a university atmosphere results in dissolution and deslruetion. 'i'o remain unaware and unmoved by present and often confusing prohlems and issues can only head to a dismal failure at hest. ln his third year as l'resident, a position which too often Carries more eritifzisni than praise, Father Wfelsh has demonstrated the neeessary Courage to overcome and eorreet nineh oi' the haekwardness that has marked past adminislrations. Father KfVelsh claims no panaeeas for the universitys prohlems vvhieh no one can solve in a year or maybe even in a generation. He has and will. however. continue lo strive for a hallowed and not a hollowed meaning oi' Villanovas Motto. "Unity. Truth. and Charity." Rev. Robert I. Welsh, O.S.A. 25 Executive Vice-President Rev. Patrick I. Rice, O.S.A., Executive Vice President. Board of Trustees Rev. Robert I. Welsh, O.S.A., Very Rev. Iames G. Sher- man, O.S.A., Very Rev. Iohn A. Klekotka, O.S.A., Honor- able Theodore L. Reimel, Mr. Thomas F. Divine, Mr William E. Schubert, Ir., Mr. Sidney Wolgin, Very Rev ms, Edward L.. Daley, O.S.A. Chairman, Mr. Pio Paul Goggi, Mr. Edward F. McGehrin, Rev. Vincent A. McQuade, O.S.A., Sister Mary George O,Reilly, S.H.C.I., Very Rev. Ioseph A. Grifferty, O.S.A, Mr. Iesse B. Clark. E, Q. . tu. .,, ,, 2' Qh.- A 5 5 Vice-Presidents avi, '1 XE 5- , Rev. Iohn M. Driscoll, O.S.A., Vice President for Aca- demic Affairs. Dr. Iames F. Duffy, Vice President for Student Affairs. Rev. William E. Farrell, O.S.A., Vice President for Devel- opment. Rev. Thomas M. Mahoney, O.S.A., Vice President for Finan- cial Affairs. Deans f ----..,q i Miss M. Dorothy Boyle, Dean of Women Mr. lack Morgan, Assistant Deang Mr. Ioseph P Bevilacqua, Dean of Men Rev. George F. Burnell, Director of Admissions Rev. Charles D. Tirrell, O.S.A., Vice President of Student Affairs Rev. Ioseph M. Bradley, O.S.A., Chaplain Rev. Patrick C. Powers, O.S.A., Assistant Chaplain - if? i T733 .49 30 Library .4-nl Www Q K fi I A .XJ ' . kv t' . , I QI ' . U . 1 . in M, mi ...'., m. 1 ix , f if LLL. 1 1- 5: i, 3. 3, 1 4 e is Q 'H I u 1 f we X xg Rev. Louis A. Rongione, 0.S.A., Librarian. Q I lzilllwwwf Ioseph P. Davis '58, Edward F. McGehrin '51, Diane M. Dougherty '64, Patrick Dougherty '64, Francis K. Farrell '61, Kevin P. Shea '64. Ted Macri '58, Al Severance '58. Alumni 'ii' Development Mr. Iohn I. Burns, Director of Development. Mr. Ierry L. Watkins, Director of Deferred Givingg Mr. Edward A. Morosky, Director of Government Programg Mr. Iohn I. Burns, Director of Development. Public information Mr. Henry T. Koonce, Director of Research 8: Devel- pment. Mr. Eugene Ruane, Director of Public Information. Research and Development Student Personnel Services 1 "" I K1 if QV' W I I VE 4. , at if Mrs. Rosemary Carroll, Foreign Student Advisor Mr. Iohn A. Moritz, Director of Placement Dr. Stanley P. Weissman, Director of Reading Servicesg Dr. Larry Hjelle, Coun- sellorg Dr. Richard M. Dressler, Director of Psychological Servicesg Mr. lack Mor- gan, Counsellor Ei i e gl li' Psychological Services I.B.M. and Records . W I, Mr. Thomas Scott, Manager of Faculty Servicesg Mr. Ioseph Catania, Manager of Computer Operationsg Mr. Edward Cline, Manager of Ad- ministrative Data Processingg Mr. Iohn Halloran, Director of University Information Center. Dr. Denis Boyle, University Physician Infirmary Security Sgt. Gryzewskig Officer McGuinng Officer Bramlageg Officer Doughertyg Officer Duffyg Officer Recupitog Officer Cahillg Officer Cunninghamg Officer Travis: Officer Duffyg Officer Sullivang Officer Procariog Captain Cunnane. COLLEGES "Whoever does not cling to the best counsels seems to be most base ..... " -SOPHOCLES V 'fx -vi -L, TOP to BOTTOM: Mr. Cannan and Mr. Young, History: Mr. Strack, P0- litical Science: Rev. Totaro, O.S.A., Theol0gy3 Dr. Leach, Classical Lan- guages: Mr. Erzegovich, Modern Languages. ARTS DIVISION: Front Row: Rev. Arthur Ennis, O.S.A., Chairman of Theology: Mr. Sidney Galfand, Chairman of Library Science: Dr. Harold Hartman, Associate Dean for Arts: Rev. Donald Burt, O.S.A., Dean of College of Arts and Sciences: Dr. Robert Wilkinson, Chairman of English. Back Row: Dr. Daniel Ziegler, Chair- man of Psychology: Mr. Warren Richardson, Director of Speech: Dr. George Radan, Director of Fine Arts: Dr. Ioseph George, Chairman of History: Dr. Iohn Hughes, Chairman of Sociology: Dr. Leo Zuckowsky, Chairman of Education: Dr. Michael Slattery, Chairman of Philosophy: Dr. Robert Langran, Chairman of Political Science: Dr. Iohn McEnerney, Chairman of Classical Languages: Mr. Richard Duprey, Chairman of Theatre: Dr. Wilson Frescoln, Chairman of Modern Languages: Dr. Cyrus Sharer, Chairman of Geography. st? Q yn ..,,XQ it ii iff -fr- Sefffn WN 5 X WFMFW . W, . TOP: Left, Mr. Bader, Englishg Right, Sr. Mary Cribben, Li- brary Science. BOTTOM: Left, Rev. Burns, O.S.A., Educationg Right, Mr. McDonough, Speech. "IIS 'lofi TOP: Left, Mr. McGarry, Sociology, Right, Dr. Albrecht, Psychology. BOTTOM: Left, Mr. Woodring, Philosophy: Right, Mr. Leahy, Theatre. ,JV 0.1 Y -+-1--...ra W --......, .J ,...'s-fx -w if 'A' K , Aef,.Q1ff'f""""""----.4 5 . ..'f""""'---l it 1 if-fm-A ' it-3-Ss-s..... Great flame follows a tiny spark." Dante Alighieri Science Division The programs of the College of Sciences are designed to allow the student a sufficient preprofessional knowledge to enable him to either take a place in the world of education or scientific research, or to qualify for a graduate pursuit of scientific knowledge. Like all phases of education this divi- sion must be able to encompass all stable and new develop- mental knowledge to meet an ever changing specialized curricula. -as K 3:71451 ' Isis. x Dr Carlos Thlllet Chalrman of Blologyg Capt Albert Waldman Chalrman of Naval Scxence Dr Iames Brooks Chalrman of Mathematxcs Mr W1ll1am Drlscoll Chair man of Physlcs Dr Oliver Ludwlg Chairman of Chemlstry Rev Edward Ienklns Chalrman of Astronomy Dr Iames Markham ASSOCIHKB Dean for Sclences ff ,nuqmp TOP: Left, Dr. Ludwig, Chemistry, Right, Mr. Gross, Mr. Doubek, and Mr. Sentner, Physics. BOTTOM: Left, Dr. Demos, Mathematicsg Right, Rev. Shurer, O.S.A., Biology. V k .. .kgff:f:S.i5- . - ,N-12 ' Nlhh TOP: Left, Mr. Keliher, Chemistryg Right, Dr. McClain, Biology. BOTTOM: Left, Mr. Gormley, Mathematicsg Right, Dr. McCook, Astronomy. 5 L ' I 5 Z , Q v 1 3 N v X ,J x , lv. K .. . g 5 Q , ' as P w A " .- Q Q K an , -Q if 5 X. L S , Q m - " -"' f 35 55 is M A X Q '- ' - Y k .- I -' My i g : ' Y X 'D .-ilJff'L-353, - A E Q an W MN 1 ff .K '- f 1 TOP to BOTTOM Dr Yeh Chemical 'if af' L i Engineering Rev Mullen O S A Electrical Engineering Mr Murphy Mechanical Engineerlngg Dr. Kolmer, Civil Engineeringg Mr. Wray, Electri- cal Engineering. Mr. Ioseph Hicks, Chairman of Electrical Engineeringg Dr. Robert White, Chair- man of Chemical Engineeringg Mr. Richard Avil, Associate Dean of Engineeringg Dr. Iohn Gallen, Dean of the College of Engineeringg Dr. Iames Andersen, Chair- man of Mechanical Engineeringg Mr. Richard Miller, Chairman of Civil Engineering. TOP: Left, Mr. Kelly, Chemical Engineeringg Right, Mr. Bruno, Mechanical Engineering. BOTTOM: Left, Mr. Haberland, Electrical Engineeringg Right, Mr. Alex Fernacio, Elec- trical Engineering. If TOP: Left, Mr. Marshall, Electrical Engineeringg Right, Dr Wallo, Civil Engineering and Dr. Currie, Mechanical Engi- neering. X 5 E , Wx 2 lx ,. .41 'An honest man has hardly need to count more than his ten fingers." Henry David Thoreau 7 C Nw C A . . C arm. i The principal objective of the College of Commerce and Finance fulfills the need for a program of courses which will provide for a well-rounded and integrated professional edu- cation. The student must become successfully business ori- ented to compete in A1HCI'lt'2H4S sophisticated free enterprise system and his contribution relies heavily upon a broad, analytical approach to various areas of business study. All this is incorporated into the basic liberal arts education. College of Commerce and Finance TOP to BOTTOM: Mr. Walsh, Eco nomicsg Dr. Hsu, Business Adminis trationg Mr. Weitzmann, Economics Dr. Stern, Business Administration Mr. De La Cour, Accounting. Mr. Alvin Clay, Chairman of Accountingg Dr. Frank Eby, Ir., Chairman of Business Administration: Rev. Philip Barrett, 0.S.A., Dean of the College of Commerce and Financeg Mr. William Henry, Chairman of Business Lawg Dr. Kishor Thana- wala, Chairman of Economicsg Mr. Gerald A. Dougherty, Assistant Dean of Com- merce and Finance. TOP: Left, Mr. Ruckstuhl, Economics, Right, Mr. Mason, Economics BOTTOM: Left, Mr. Dougherty, Accountingg Right, Mr. Tonkinson, Business Administrationg Dr. Riley and Dr. Severance, Business Law TOP: Left, Mr. Gargir, Business Administrationg Right, Mr. Donziger, Economics. BOTTOM: Mr. Kelly, Accounting. , W QBIXXVSXXXX College of Nursing One must learn by doing the thing: for though you think you know it, you have no certainty until you try." Sophocles Application of classroom learning and practical experience gained from hospital work enables Villanovais nursing stu- dents to possess the administrative and ministrative qualities needed to meet the objectives ofthe promotion of health, pre- vention of disease, and cure of illness. ln order to respond to the continuous change and growth of the nursing profes- sion, Villanova's College of Nursing recognizes the demands of specialized skills and knowledge and fulfills the ways in which they may be attained. i s 3 if Top to Bottom: Miss Christian, Med- ical-Surgicalg Miss Bolger, Pediatrics Mrs. Feigenberg, Nutrition: Mrs. Papa rella, Nursing Profession: Mrs. West- hoff, Public Health. Dr D Marlow Dean of College of Nursing Mrs Oblaczynski, Psychiatric Nursingg Mrs Behanna Pedratrlcs Mrs Rozelle Science Concepts of Nursingg Miss Hewett, Public Health Mlss Eisenhauer Fundamental Principles of Healthy Mrs. Daley, Miss Connelly, Senior Seminarg Sr. Ann Burrows Medical Surgical Mrs. Pollak, Psychiatric Nursingg Miss Hewett, Public Health fb 'si ll Mrs. Feigenberg, Nutritiong Miss Eisenhauer, Fund. Principles of Healthg Miss Heffernan, Obstetricsg Mrs. O'Driscoll, Senior Seminarg Mrs. Greenfield, Senior Seminary Mrs. Thornton, Public Health. X H-I-ui . ' f ill' -ri, Y, 1- siaefszzrigff' 'A 5?ff'KH?fLq, ,-5,g, -g if ,-M, my N A iw , . ' ' 56:11 'ig 2- -JIT f M - ' M fr "H as ,P-H"w'1s, I , se. 12- le' f ' ' 1 ' F- inf in is W 4. if " fg-f ' . 2' r . 1' 'S 'is Q I ,FM , f .L f e A ' , M W hm 1 , f-'IFE journey of a thousand miles begins with one step."o W - LAO-TSZE GRADUATE SCHOOL DEAN . . . Albert H. Buford, Ph.D. A greater diversification of courses and degrees offered and a higher number of reputable faculty members, in addition to ex- panding and improving facilities, give the Graduate School quite a good criterion for an excellent reputation. Recognition of the in- creasing numbers of undergraduates who desire to pursue graduate education has caused this need for expansion-with more planned in the following years. Innovations in graduate programs allow stu- dents to meet the ever expanding demands of industry and education where a Masters degree and Doctorate are quickly becoming a seem- ing necessity. The Graduate School must maintain improving stan- dards, annually, to answer this challenge successfully. RV ,W paw E ggi' ff' 33 E Rv i 2 51 , E K X 'AW I .L . kg .pu . C Q . NE VWLW fq Answer the following questions True or False: The Graduate Theatre is talent-The Graduate Theatre is for the most part original drama-The Graduate Theatre is an expression of true art. If you answered the above with False then you probably think Eugene O'Neill is a 6'11" center for Weber State. If your answers were True then you must have seen such productions as Emperor Iones. Believe me, the Graduate Theatre has arrived. GRADUATE THEATRE LAW SCHOOL 00 H TWA! 1969 DEAN...Harold G. Reuschlein, VICE DEAN . . . George D. I.S.D., LL.D. Bruch, LL.M. Progress leads to improvement and excel- lence and Villanova's Law School has quickly earned the fine reputation it deserves. Dean Reuschlein and Vice Dean Bruch de- serve much credit for the ever expanding respect it receives. An outstanding faculty, a continually improving and well stocked li- brary and a high calibre of law student per- mits the Law School to increase its service to both the school and the community. With several projected additions to the present facilities, and with important innovations to existing programsj Villanova Law School can only continue towards improvement and ex- cellence through progress. WW' " I , .1 -tjlggftiuggtp' LAW REVIEW: Front Row: Alan Lieberman, Iohn Nilon, Phillip Fuoco, David S. Markson, Gilbert Newman, Ward Williams, Iohn A. Roney, Robert Kant. Back Row: Law- rence Baccini, Robert Ebenstein, Andrew Silverman, Rob- ert Britton, Saul Levil, Dennis Alexander, Noal Cutler, Barry Feinberg, Iohn Snyder, Timothy O'Neill, Edward Paul, Michael Stiles, Stanley Lookitski, Michael Shepard, Thomas Ziomek, Michael Kane, Frank Tamulonis, Tim- othy Foley. LAW DOCKET: Front Row: Ioseph Casey, Gary Kunkle, Tom Fraticelli. Back Row: Wayne A. Barnes, Steve Saracco, lack Ryan. RUGBY: Front Row: Prof. William Valente, Frank Tamulonis, Al Lieberman, B. Crosswell, Mike Kane, Barry Brown. Back Row: Bill Gormley, Mike Stiles, Tom Ziomek, Eric Allessan- droni, Ioe Sebastianelli, Robert Trainor, Tim O'Neill, Carl D. Buchholz, Bob Mahoney. INTER-CLUB COUNCIL: Front Row: Ierry Preston. Back Row: Charles Trainer, Iohn Snyder, Tim Foley, Charles Fitzpatrick, Gary Gittleman, Dick Rago. L Sb Professor Iohn George Stephenson. STUDENT BAR: Don Campbell, Ed Paul, Tom Frati- celli, Bob Ebenstein, Al Griffin, Vito Canuso, Iohn Moses. mmm., Dr. I. Edward Collins. x . ., ,K ll , I f FACULTY STUDENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE: Front Row: Bob Ebenstein, Ioe Marino. Back Row: Dave Markson, Terry Quirin, Iack Rossi, Iohn Snyder, Ioe Casey. Dr. I. Willard O'Brien. MOOT COURT BOARD: Front Row: Geraldine A. McNulty, Ioseph R. Marino, Samuel D. Natal, Iohn B. Rossi, Daniel L. Thistle, Richard F. Rago, Mary H. Bowman. Back Row: Prof. Howard R. Lurie, Terry Quirin, Lawrence I. Rubgiano. 65 LAW REVIEW EDITORS: Iohn Roney, Gil- bert Newman, David Markson, Andrew Sil- verman. Prof. Howard R. Lurie. ALLISQNALMERS 1 MSN E E mm? S wwf X 5 S 2 E , ,i,. ,Vr ,, Prof. William D. Valente HONOR BOARD: Front Row' Iohn M. Perone, Richard Rozan- ski, Paul D. Nelson, Ioseph R. Marino. Back Row: Iohn Scott, Hedy M. Bowman, William B. Cramer, Christopher B. Chandor, Robert O. D'Ambrosio. COMMUNITY LEGAL SER- VICES: Front Row: Walter Reiss, Terrence Quirin, Carol Clarfeld. Back Row: Ieff Paul, Marilyn Ginsburg, Barbara Ioseph, Mat- thew Rieder, Frank Badach, Wil- liam Bowkley, Ioseph Bodell Charles Lieberman, Iohn Solis Cohen. LAW REVIEW: Barry Feinberg, Robert Ebenstein, Robert Britton, Ward Williams. Prof. Peter W. Brown. I. W. Adelman R. Anderson G. Aydelott R. Britton S. Brown I. Bruder Wir? fax, 'inf 7 P. Dang I. F. DePue F. DeSimone IAMES W. ADELMAN: 4204 Chetwynd Apts, 1030 Lan- caster Ave., Rosemont, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Reimel Moot Court, White-Hughes Law Club, Academic Comm. of Student Bar Assoc. RICHARD ANDERSON: 375 Sycamore Mills, Media, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. GORDON AYDELOTT: 160 Clemson Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. ERNERT T. BARTOL: 27 Celler Ave., New Hyde Park, N.Y.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Inter-Club Council, Sec., V. Pres., Reimel Moot Court, Tawey-More Law Clubg Stu- dent Bar Assoc. BRENDEN BRETT: 2204 Delaney St., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. ROBERT A. BRESIN: 7 North Ridge Rd., Livingston, NJ.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Warren-Stern Club. ROBERT BRITTON: 213 Edgehill Rd., Merion Station, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. STEVEN BROWN: 1308 Fayette St., C-233, Conshohocken, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. IEROME BRUDER: Box 924, Villanova University, Villa- nova, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. ULDIS BUCUS: Windermere Ct. Apt. I-4, Wayne, Pa.: Doc- tor of Iurisprudence. E. T. Bartol B. Brett R. A. Bresin U. Bucus W. T. Cannon A. Connelly 'i eiiri .oir... I treec I W. Faulk C. S. Foulke R. Gebeleni WILLIAM T. CANNON: 8813 Dewees St., Philadelphia, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence: Honor Board, Reimel Moot Courtg The Docket, Associate Editor. ALAN CONNELLY: 626 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn, Pa.: Doc- tor of Iurisprudence. PETER DANG: Box 927, Villanova University, Villanova, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. IOHN F. DE PUE: 52 Foster Street, Newton, NJ.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Law Review, Reimel Moot Court, Stu- dent Bar Assoc. FRANK DE SIMONE: 2337 S. Bouvier St., Philadelphia, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc.g Tawey-More Law Clubg Public Defender Program: Habeas Corpus Program. WARREN FAULK: 129 Great Rd., Maple Shade, N.I.: Doc- tor of Iurisprudence. CLAUDIA S. FOULKE: 2201 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc.g Tawey-More Law Club, Sec., Treas.g Student Bar Assoc., Community Legal Services. RICHARD GEBELEIN: R.D. 471, Chadds Ford, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. ALLEN L. GREENBERG: 1261 Elbridge St., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc., Inter-Club Council, Reimel Moot Court, White-Hughes Law Club, Pres., Student Bar Assoc. CHARLES HARAD: 1901 West Chester Pike, D-11, Haver- town, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. IACK N. HILL: 714 Woodlynne Ave., W. Collingswood, NJ.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc., Cardozo-Ives Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Stu- dent Bar Assoc., Habeas Corpus Program. LEONARD C. HOMER: 113 Ardmore Ave., Ardmore, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Law Review, Associate Ed., Stu- dent Bar Assoc. IOHN C. IOHNSON, IR.: 2203 Karen Dr., Apt. WE, Yeadon, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc.: Cardozo-Ives Club, Student Bar Assoc. ALAN IOSEL: 2006 Spruce St., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of Iuris- prudence. ROBERT KANE: 901 Pleasant and Elm, Apt. 10-B, Wynd- moor, Pa., Doctor of Iurisprudence. ROBERT KANT: Valley View Apts. E-204, King of Prussia, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. GARY KUNKLE: 1088 Estry St., Iohnstown, Pa., Doctor of Iurisprudence. s., A. L. Greenberg C. Harad I. N. Hill KATHLEEN LARKIN: 200 Montgomery Ave., E-1, Ard- more, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. STEWART LIEBMAN: 1805 Tustin St., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. SAUL LEVIT: 5225 Church Rd., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. IOSEPH MARINO: 12 W. 8th Ave., Conshohocken, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. IAMES P. MARLIN: 157-17 43rd Ave., Flushing, N.Y.: Doc- tor of Iurisprudence: Cardozo-Ives Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Warren-Stern Club. THOMAS R. MCLAUGHLIN: Hazarth Apts. E-31, State tk Pennarth Rds., Upper Darby, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. RICHARD A. MITCHELL: Robindale Apts. d-5, Haver- town, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc., Reimel Moot Court, Student Bar Assoc., Com- munity Legal Services. NORMAN MITTMAN: 155 E. Godfrey Ave., Apt. I-206, Phila., Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. PAUL I. MODARELLI: 1505 Central Ave., Union City, NJ.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Cardozo-Ives Law Club, Reimel Moot Court. 1- qw- 'S-.. L. C. Homer I. C. johnson, Ir. A. Iosel ,, .. f. .W U8-4 NA' Q""P R. Kane R. Kant G. Kunkle , an Q. Q 4'- 'gfi A4 ' I -I H , W 'X , fa , ,,,f.,. '4 x Z K. Larkin S. Liebman S. Levit -W .az I. Marino I. P. Marlin T. R. McLaughlin R. A. Mitchell N. Mittman P. I. Modarelli N. 70 "La Ronda", a Spanish Mansion owned by Villanova University is the home of Father Mahoney, ten law students and a mascot named Gus. A few scenes of the daily activi- ties of the residents are shown below. Among other things, Villanova is a firm believer in giving its students a fine home away from home. ff' it t 5 3 wiv 5 le: . K K F ii I 3 - 5 ,,.-2-fix' 1 1 I f 5 , xx all 3 , as i ,x ? Q if S 3 i 9 r qs X x x' X 5 i ,W , Miisygrfgi Q lm ,sf X , f .Ea tl 2 if f- '. 5 R 1 Q i z ' as' N ti . -IRIN A F 4 J llixsrixigtg .1 X il X S x 3 ' tr ill 6 S ', it t EJ 5 M av all , 'S Qs gli. l g s :lf l ' V aff . 15251 ,, -ff' ,-""' T sw. Ria 5 r E 1 RICHARD A. MURRAY: 120 Linden Ave., Verona, N.I.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc., Cardozo-Ives Law Club, Student Bar Assoc. SAMUEL D NATAL: 13 Eddy Lane, Cherry Hill, N.I.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Warren-Stern Law Club, Student Bar Assoc., American Law Student Assoc., Moot Court Board, Community Legal Services. PAUL NELSON: Apt. A-4, 108 Charles St., Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. GILBERT NEWMAN: 3929 Ellington Rd., Philadelphia, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Law Review, Article 8: Book Review Ed. WILLIAM C. OAKERSON: 47 Pine Dr., Little Silver, N.I.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc., Warren-Stern Law Club, Treas., Student Bar Assoc., Pub- lic Defenderts Program, Comm. Legal Services. FRANCIS ORTNER: 175 W. King St., Malvern, Pa., Doctor of Iurisprudence. IEFFREY PENNEYS: Radwyn Apts. M-2, Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. THOMAS PEPPER: 416 Anthwyn Rd., Narberth, Pa.: Doc- tor of Iurisprudence. MARSHA PERILSTEIN: 191 Presidential Blvd., Bala-Cyn- wyd, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc., White-Hughes Law Club, Student Bar Assoc. R. A. Murray S. D. Natal P. Nelson IOHN M. PERONE: 1470 Nelson St., Mamaroneck, N.Y.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Honor Board, Warren-Stern Law Club, Community Legal Services, Dorm Counselor. ROBERT A. PORTER: 444 Locust Ave., Burlington, N.I.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc., White-Hughes Law Club, Student Bar Assoc., Habeas Corpus Program. LOUIS I. PRESENZA: 2116 Shunk St., Philadelphia, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Hughes-White Law Club, Habeas Corpus Program. RICHARD F. RAGO, SR.: 3900 Sussex Dr., Apt. D, Lan- caster Court, Wilmington, Del.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc., Inter-Club Council, War- ren-Stern Law Club, Pres., Moot Court Board. IOSEPH REISINGER: 12 W. 8th St., Conshohocken, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. DENNIS REISS: Valley View Apt. A-204, 251 DeKalb Pike, King of Prussia, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. WALTER F. RIESS, IR.: 239 Greenwood Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: American Law Student Assoc., Reimel Moot Court, Comm. Legal Services. IOHN A. RONEY: 916 Fernhill Rd., West Chester, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Cardozo-Ives Law Club, Law Review. IOHN B. ROSSI: 708 Barclay Lane, Broomall, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. ' ew' G. Newman W. C. Oakerson F. Ortner it I. M. Perone R. A. Porter L. I. Presenza I. Penneys T. Pepper M. Perilstein . ... E ' i f ' 'Q ' fy f . f , f f ff ...gi ti' 7? .5 W f , f 1 ,f f R. F. Rago, Sr. I. Reisinger D. Reiss W. F. Riess, Ir. I. A. Roney I. B. Rossi R. Schneider R. Shay A. Silverman I. Snyder L. G. Strohm D. Thistle I. Thorn T. Traud I. Turner I. Wachendorf W. G. Waldau M. Weiss S. P. West W. Williams ROBERT SCHNEIDER: Valley View Apts. A-912, King of Prussia, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. RICHARD SHAY: 1048 Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. ANDREW SILVERMAN: 170 Clubhouse Rd., King of Prus- sia, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. IOHN SNYDER: "Woodbine" Twinbrook Rd., Berwyn, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Inter-Club Council, Law Review, Reimel Moot Court, Warren-Stern Law Club, Faculty Student Comm. LARRY G. STROHM: 1013 Prospect Ave., Prospect Park, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Warren-Stern Law Club: Intra. Sports. DANIEL THISTLE: 2534 S. 22nd St., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. IOHN THORN: 136 W. Allens Lane, Bldg. "E" Apt. 2C, Phila., Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. THOMAS TRAUD: 26 S. Robert's Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. IAMES TURNER: 108 Charles Dr., K-2, Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. IOAN WACHENDORF: 1717 County Line Rd., Villanova, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence. WILLIAM G. WALDAU: 622 First Ave., Berwyn, Pa.: Doc- tor of Iurisprudence: Reimel Moot Courtg Warren-Stern Law Club: Student Bar Assoc. MARIORIE WEISS: 131 Henley Rd., Philadelphia, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Cardozo-Ives Law Club, Reimel Moot Court, Comm. Legal Services. SOREN P. WEST: 36-7 Revere Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: Doctor of Iurisprudence: Cardozo-Ives Law Clubg Reimel Moot Court. WARD WILLIAMS: 209 Williams Rd., Rosemont, Pa., Doctor of Iurisprudence. 73 Third Year Law Students Not Photographed jOHN BASACCO: 280 Iven Ave., 3D, St. David's, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. jANE BOUCHER: 37 Rittenhouse Place, Ardmore, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. CARL BUCHHOLZ: 4031 Crescent Ave., Lafayette Hill, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. jOSEPH BUNIVA: 93 W. Hamilton Ave., Englewood, N.j.: Doctor of jurisprudence. IOSEPH CASEY: 529 S. Middletown, Media, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. CAROL CLARFELD: 606 W. Arbutus St., Phila., Pa.: Doc- tor of jurisprudence. ROBERT EBENSTEIN: 32 Kevon Arms, 52nd 8: Mont- gomery Aves., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. EDGAR FATZINGER: 804 Ardmore Ave., Ardmore, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. BARRY FEINBERG: 191 Presidential Blvd., Bala-Cynwyd, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. THOMAS FRATICELLI: 239 Haverford Ave., Narberth, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. ALAN FREEDMAN: 1221 Rodman St., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. STEPHEN GALLAGHER: 4422 Sherwood Rd., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. GARY GITTLEMAN: 4018 Ford Rd., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. BARRY GOLDSTEIN: 2215 Caren Dr., Yeadon, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. ANN GORMALLY: 405 E. Country Club Lane, Walling- ford, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. DAVID GRIFFITH: Villanova Law School, Villanova, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. THOMAS HARLAN: 12 W. 8th St., Conshohocken, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. ALBERT HART: 14 Narbrook Park, Narberth, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. WILLIAM IENNINGS: Box 921, Villanova University, Villanova, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. ROBERT KITTEL: 2828 Egypt Rd., Audubon, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. SAMUEL KNOX: 7727 Germantown Ave., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. MARGARET KRUEGER: 4701 Pine it22F, Phila., Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. jOHN LONERGAN: School of Law, Villanova University, Villanova, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. RAYMOND LYNCH: 205 Lowry's Lane, Rosemont, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. ELIZABETH McKENNA: 660 E. Cornwell St., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. DAVID MARKSON: 1505 Brierwood Rd., Havertown, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. STEVEN MASON: 1008 Ormond Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. CHRISTIAN MATTIE: Box 921, Villanova University, Villanova, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. SUZANNE MOTTOLA: 4980 State Rd., Apt. 102-2, Drexel Hill, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. CHARLES MUSKETT: 2340 Ripley St., Phila., Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. jAMES NEWMAN: 743 Concord St., Drexel Hill, Pa.: Doc- tor of jurisprudence. MARIO PAPA: 435 E. Lancaster Pike, Aberwyck Apts., St. David's, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. TERRENCE QUIRIN: Villanova Law School, Villanova, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. ARTHUR ROSENBAUM: 818 Clifford Ave., Ardmore, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. LORRAINE RUDZINSKI: 1060 Gauntt St., Burlington, N.j.: Doctor of jurisprudence. FERNAND VANDERGRACHT: 204 David Dr., j-2, Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. jAMES D. WATT: 1048 Lancaster Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa.: Doctor of jurisprudence. ,, W-. M Mwmklnmmw J ! 75 SEMINARY qffmh PRIOR...Very Rev. Louis A. DIRECTOR OF PROFESSED Rongione, O.S.A. Rev. Gerald Stodder, O.S.A. Each generation develops a new breed of man who must accept the responsibilities of various professions. Any man who desires to devote his life to God and to his fellow man is the epitome of love and brotherhood. Only by serious devotion and dedication combined with many long hours of studies and an inner undefinable quality can the goal of priesthood be reached. In this new era of personal free- dom, when most men speak of the relative- ness of all things in order to explain their own individuality, the seminarian must re- main in contact with a world seemingly alien to Christian ideals. This new breed of man will hopefully speak to all men what they themselves possessa-the spirit of brother- hood and love. T J mm 'hrw 859' X 11. A YNY C I. S. Carlin I. F. Curry F. X. Devlin M. E. DiGregorio E. I. Enright A. M. Genovese 'Vx av' Q7-4, ws... ...f W. I. Hickey M. I. Hilden K. C. Holland 'es I. T. Kelly I. Lomastro R. I. Martin Sul' 5, ..... l' I. C. McMaster I. N. Micucci F. C. Power IAMES STEWART CARLIN, O.S.A.: 158 Wyndmoor Rd., Havertown, Pa.: A.B. in Eng.: Liturgy Club: Director Sen- ior Citizen's Recreation Club. IOHN F. CURRY, O.S.A.: 804 Shadeland Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: A.B. in Phil.: Glee Club: Intra. Sports: Mendicant Publications Comm.: CCD: Villanovan. FRANCIS X. DEVLIN, O.S.A.: 5136 Gramercy Dr., Clifton Heights, Pa.: A.B. Phil.: Glee Club: Polyphonic Club: Tag- astan: Little Flower Home for the Aged. MICHAEL E. DIGREGORIO, O.S.A.: 172 Chandler Ave., Staten Island, N.Y.: A.B. in Phil. EDWARD I. ENRIGHT, O.S.A.: 47 Crosby St., Arlington, Mass.: B.A. in Phil.: Glen Mills Catechetical Group: Poly- phonic Club: WWVU: Villanova University Arts Forum. ANTHONY M. Genovese, O.S.A.: 38 Raritan Ave., Sta- ten Island, N.Y.: A.B. in Phil.: Augustinian Stamp Dept.: Intra. Sports: Tagastan: WWVU Radio. WILLIAM I. HICKEY, O.S.A.: 135 N. Madison Ave., Up- per Darby, Pa.: A.B. in Phil.: Glee Club: Intra. Sports: Liturgy Club: Photography Club: Schola Cartorum: Sem- inary Yearbook: Tagastan: Alpha Phi Omega: Belle Mas- que: CCD. MICHAEL IAMES HILDEN, O.S.A.: Aronimick Arms, Childs Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: A.B. in Phil. KEITH COLIN HOLLAND, O.S.A.: 9 Parkers Rd., Dee Why, N.S.W. 2099 Australia: B.A. in Hist. 1-'Ba I. E. Ranallo I. E. Thomas I. C. Thompson IOSEPH THOMAS KELLY, O.S.A.: 6 Lakeside Ave., Ber- wyn, Pa.: B.A. in Phil. IAMES LOMASTRO, O.S.A.: 29 Robinson Ct., Lawrence, Mass.: B.A. in Phil.: Augustinian Club: Intra. Sports: Tag- astan: Social Action Comm.: Social Action Council: Glen Mills: St. Edmund's. ROBERT I. MARTIN, O.S.A.: 10315 Settle Rd., Santee, Calif.: A.B. in Phil.: Glee Club: Christian Appalacia Proj- ect: Philadelphia Tutorial Project: C.C.E.R.: Mendicant: St. Rita's Church Apostolate: C.C.D. IAMES CHARLES McMASTER, O.S.A.: 233 Sherbrook Blvd., Upper Darby, Pa.: B.A. in Phil. IOSEPH N. MICUCCI, O.S.A.: 1025 Cobbs Sl., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.A. in Phil. F. CLARK POWER, O.S.A.: 3403 Huet Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.A. in Phil. IOHN E. RANALLO, O.S.A.: 300 Sunrise Dr., Key Bis- cayne, Fla.: M.S. Bio.: Glee Club: Glen Hills Catechetical Group. IOSEPH E. THOMAS, O.S.A.: 1207 Agnew Dr., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.A. in Soc. Sci.: Glee Club: St. Edmond's Home. IOSEPH C. THOMPSON, O.S.A.: 34 Concord Rd., Darby, Pa.: B.A. in Eng. T. M. Vllilhelm THOMAS M. WILHELM, O.S.A.: 152 Cochrane St., Mel- rose, Mass.: B.A. in Phil.: Glee Clubg Glen Mills Catech- etical Groupg Intra. Sportsg Polyphonic Clubg Entertain- ment Comm.g Little Flowerg St. Edmond's. Not Photographed THOMAS F. CONLAN, O.S.A.: 534 Mason Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.A. in Eng. DAVID IOSEPH KELLY, O.S.A.: 20 Alpine Ave., Staten Island, N.Y.: B.A. in Econ. 80 X, "fx 4.7M A JDK , ss' N ff.5mm'.h 3? Q gg Wxggq., W., 3.2 I K vrgl 1. ,xx x ",, 11 'fhwb-"' 5 , 5, 'Q Ski KY Qfifmfm f 'WW W fm 'W K 'M V V f f' 73 K if Wk an ' M513 V, Z, fy, 42? ,' 5 may N.R.O.T.C. me , l i i o ia pl Capt. Albert C. Waldman, Ir., Comanding Officer. CDR. Robert Officer. F. Paul, Executive Long considered a cornerstone of our Na- tional defense, the NROTC system of train- ing future naval officers in college campuses is being bitterly challenged across the country. Nevertheless, Villanova's naval unit realizes that even with adverse opinions she must con- tinue to instruct her young men to be repre- sentative of American society and she must take the lead to prevent, not encourage, the development of an inbred officers corps. To achieve such a goal can only be had with a liberal education which offers a variety of disciplines for men who want to play a sig- nificant role now and in the future for improv- ing the problems of America. 4111 Lt. William G. Kline, III, USN RIFLE. TEAM: Dennis Largess, Iohn Strong, Mike Allen, Iohn Hartman, Tom Lippert. Absent: Ielf Walkoiak, Tom Gallagher. 1 N Illlli Major Francis V. White, Ir., USMC 1 Whiskey Company Personal dedication and hundreds of hours of early morning and late afternoon practices enable Whiskey Company, VlllHHOVH,S NROTC out- standing Drill Team, to achieve the necessary experience to successfully perform over a thousand individually memorized movements. Though Villanovans rarely see this precision team perform other than at halftime of Navy Weekend, it has earned utter amazement and loud applause. This year. at the National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., Whiskey Company hopes to regain recognition as the Nationls best. T . 3 L i i , A 9' VT? 4 , Q 2 E A 1, . , I , au 9 4 A P I ,ff W ""' 'X 1 Wfw f , 7, L l'l'a X f Ji gf Q F' University College DEAN . . . Charles P. Bru- ASSOCIATE DEAN . . . ASSISTANT to the DEAN derle, M.A. Frederick M. Burgess, ...Iames L. Holstein, B.A. M.B.A. Villanova does an outstanding service to the Community with its Univer- sity College. This division gives many working people, who possess the desire, the means to fulfill the goal of a College degree. A qualified faculty and an excellent seleetion of programs of studies give an equal opportunity and a praetieal means to higher education for those who Cannot matrieulate on a full time hasis. -...swat sw ,... a .,.., S - . ,.... V , W" E X ff Free School Progress and development from alienation and abandonment to combination and constructive change must exist at every university. Villanova's Experimental Free School attempts to propose new pro- gressive educational programs advocating Hlearning for learnings sake" in order to meet the needs of the new breed generation. Pro- ponents of this school hope to receive much more than "token gestures" which the administration has so far permitted. Only by continual dedication and honest appraisal will the Free School gain the necessary attention needed to promote its worthwhile goals. The Experimental Free School could be the first step in the thousand mile journey for needed educational reforms. Above: Organizational meeting. Left: Dr. Carrier and Mr. Harvey. A Discussion of Education. Below: Lynx Creative Writing Workshop. r '23 X, if e vt' +4 rm, W dk V 1 Left: Iohn Gunn, Studies in I. D. Salinger. Above: Mr. Tebbins, Contemporary Theatre. Center Left: Mr. Harvey, Contemporary Poetry. Right: Nick DePadova, E.S.P. Development. Bottom: Edgar Cayce on E.S.P. ORGANIZATIONS The Search for , as S Happiness . .. , iw Qu- si 'uf Q1 -L-5,9-ff. N 3 ,,, ,L U, K ,,,v,, A , j .ffl T 995 ' Fi? " ' 32 1 ggi ww A .aw -V I A af ..W-fi 'gs L..' Ng., 'N Q-e-1 E 3 f ,351 . . . ORGANIZATIO S To be a part of an organization is to belong, to be counted among. It is also to work together toward a specific goal. Whether it be learning how to ski, or perpetuating a love of music, organizations offer a chance for self-improvement. They teach responsi- bility, how to lead and how to follow. Give of yourself and the rewards are great! - A 'Z if A l Mike Lotito, President. Ioe Reidy, V.P. of Aca- demic Affairs. Dave Miller, V.P. of Stu- dent Affairs. Neil Oxman, Secretary. Iohn Gunn, Parliamen- tarian. Student Government Association In the wake of last semester's breakdown in communica- tions, the SGA has had to assume not only the role of gov- erning body, but also that of reporter to the student and administrator. As the go-between in this attempt at understanding, the SGA is assisted by the Special Committee on University Government, the Student-Faculty Committee, and the other groups that have met as a result of last summer's decisions. It is a hoped-for belief that the continued dialogue between student, faculty, and administration can only bear fruit in the near future. Billy Savino, Treasurer. Absent: Ken Walters, Exec. V.P. of Student Government. Blue Key Society Each year by a process of careful scrutinization the Blue Key Society selects a small number of students whom they consider best qualified to perform the diversified tasks which are required of the organiza- tions membership. Those tasks include representing the university of academic, organizational. and social affairs, conducting Campus tours for prospective Vil- lanovans and managing certain activities, such as Parent's Weekend and Freshman Orientation. Over the years, the Key has upheld its tradition of credible service to Villanova. Oliicersz Nip Ienkins, Tim O'Donovan, Tom Ryan, Charlie Dinsmore. A group portrait of our stunning members! X X X X X X X Student Court Since its inception four years ago the Student Court has served as the instrument through which all disciplinary matters are reviewed. It is clearly indicative of the increased emphasis upon student responsibility and self-government within the Villa- nova community. Captain Cunnane. Representatives to the Student Court fx? Dean of Women-M. Dorothy Boyle. Dean of Men-Ioseph Bevilacqua. 'Mus-3 "lynn-. Hearing Advocate-Al Walsh. I 1 o o o of o , ga PZ' ff fied' R wfffi? if A M MQW K M W 4' i 152 + 'Q W 'Y 1' ' 'Vic Philosophy - Sociology Covering a gamut of topics from Plato to Hoffer, the Philosophy Club ponders the basic questions of man's search for an explanation of his being. The Sociological Society probes deeply into the answers that have been propounded for the questions of what moti- vates the inner workings of society. Philosophy-to ask why, discuss how and try to un- derstand this creature we call man, his past, present and future philosophies. Sociology-a frustrating, tedious study of man, his environment and how they contribute to each other's preservation and destruction. National Student Education Association The Education Club provides tomorrow's educators a link with today's explosive field of learning. Visiting teachers give new ideas to the minds of the students who are soon to be on the other side of the classroom. The Psychology Club brings together students with a com- mon interest in the complexities of human behavior. It spon- sors lectures, research colloquia, and field trips to mental health centers. Psychology Education-a science requiring knowledge, pa- tience, a sense of humor, and relinquishing your office to demonstrators. Do not disturb-Planaria at work. Political Union-People will argue politics as long as government exists. When people do not iight for sep- arate beliefs, then we should worry about our govern- ment. Law-a controversial, con- temporary subiect of ridi- cule, ever-changing as men change, but stable enough to provide a guide for living in a society. Political Union - Pre-Law The largest extra-curricular activity at Villanova, the Villanova Political Union can boast that it truly lives up to its motto HE Discipulis Tribuni"- "We Make Statesmen Out of Students." Recognizing the tremendous impact that the legal profession has on the socio-economic-political scene, the Pre-Law Society endeavors to make its members aware of the complex problems that they, as attorneys, will face in the decade of the 1970's. Whether we scream, sweat, shout or stomp, we are showing spirit. This organization is deter- mined to let every athlete at V.U. know how proud we are of their efforts. Precision takes practice, pa- tience and drive. During this long process, we thank them for their spirit and colorful addition to our basketball team. W Spirit Committee - Co-Cats lt is the principle task of the Spirit Committee to coordinate spirit-building activities at Villanova and to incorporate them into student life. Through the help of the Cheerleaders and Co-Cats they have, once again. helped io maintain Villanova's fine tradition of athletic excellence. Beta Gamma - History In an abbreviated and condensed world self expression represents a literary genre in itself. The Beta Gamma Debate Society has helped to preserve the art of logical analysis and affords the members an opportunity to develop their intellec- tual capacities. The History Club presents the opportunity for the students of Villanova to socialize with the history faculty. Such activ- ities as coffee hours, an annual banquet, and a lecture series help to accomplish this. Debating their way to national recognition, this t club combines the art of speaking with the quick 1 organization of ideas and presents a convincing argument, convincing enough to succeed. Why study history? Does it show trends, repeti- tion? It is an account of accomplishments as well as failures. A glimpse of the past, present and future. 102 i amsrtN i 'E Whether we agree or not with this war, support for our men is necessary and accomplished by this organization. Mail Call Viet Nam - Spanish Through correspondence from the students at Villanova and surrounding colleges, Mail Call Viet Nam seeks to pro- vide Ammunition for the soldier's war against loneliness. Bringing a touch of old Spain to the Villanova campus, the Spanish Club does their best to keep alive the spirit of Don Quixote, El Cid. and Iuan Valdez. A group of individuals interested in a language very much alive, working for others as well as themselves. gs x I 41-l A world of measurements, figures, and theories, this club exam- ines physics with a desire to know the known and understand the unknown. Biology - Physics Villanova's collective answer to Albert Einstein provides social as well as academic bonds among the members. Weekly' meetings with guest speakers explore new alleys in physical thought. A recent plant-growing experiment was discontinued by a close inspection of the seedlings by Federal authorities. Despite this setback, the Biology Club continues to grow in size and strength. With Dr. Malewitz as moderator, this club ex- plores the vast and fascinating world of biology, confusing yet basic. ' - -1 ' Q- We "c' The world of test tubes, bunsen burners and safety glasses not to forget those stunning aprons are very dear to the hearts of these members. The three witches of Macbeth had nothing on these guys. Villanova Chemical Society Astronomy A Varied program of lectures and films covering many aspects of astronomy and the space sciences is offered to students by the Villanova Astronomical Society. The American Chemical Society provides the valuable service of supplying the intellectual stimulation that occurs through professional association. The Society attempts to instill in its members a professional spirit and pride in the field of Chemistry. This is the Age of Aquarius as this club will testify for the stars, planets, and beyond are their areas of concern. ws-gs,.,,,N if Protractors, slide rules and compasses are the tools of civil engineers. Think of these constructors as you cross your next bridge and tread softly! A.S.C.E. - A.S.M.E. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers is devoted to the advancement of the profession of Mechanical Engineering by enabling members to begin professional development and to build important social and professional contacts. The A.S.C.E. provides an opportunity for Civil Engineering students to develop a sense of professionalism through its various activities. Monthly meetings, field trips, and guest speakers are among the benefits members receive. 106 This year the A.S.M.E. has been success- ful in its goal to advance the technical background of its members. The society also experienced greater unity through increased social activity. I.E.E.E. - A.I.Ch.E. The is a professional society designed to bridge the gap between classroom theory and practical field applications. Each semester, speakers are invited to discuss topics ranging from the latest integrated circuit to the engineer and his role in society. The purpose of the student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers is to provide the engineering student the opportunity to become more aware of the problems that might arise in his future work. 'T' We knew that Mendel pond must serve some purpose other than a reservoir for gold fish and 0.C.'s. The yearbook would like to put in a plug for the I.E.E.E. This shocking bunch is electrifying and current in thought and action! 107 The inflation in our country has been stated by the President as the most serious problem facing the new year. A solution is a necessity. Members of this club seem to have a way with figures and where would big business be without their abilities. Economics - Accounting The Accounting Society provides a common ground- for Villa- nova's future keepers of the leaders of finance. Be it Keynesian or Smithian Policy, the members of the Economics Society find the various economic theories of particular interest. Cheerleaders No wind or storm or dark of night will keep a cheerleader out of sight at all home football and basketball games. Vicki Shrader, Meg Lang, Della DeLalio, Karen Sekerak, lean Masino, Pat Rhodes, Rose Marie Ricciani, Roy O'Rourke, Timothy Hollerand, Iohn Broderick, Tad Bartkowski, Mike Monnihan, Iames Courtney, Larry Rosa. Young Democrats The Young Democrats are taking advantage of the fact that Pennsylvania will this year elect a governor and a United States Senator. Following their purpose to foster an interest in government and politics, they are bringing the issues and the candidates to Villanova. Although defeated in many ways, this club still sees a bright and strong future for the party, especially looking forward to 1972. u, . ,, ,... I ..f::wwM..x ff..--.. -- ., Semper F idelis -Veterans The Villanova Veterans' Club was organized two years ago in order to provide a basis for better integration of veterans of the armed forces of the United States of America into the academic and social life of the University. It makes a concerted effort toward bettering the veteran's social, economic, and financial condition in the University. K'The Marines have landed, and the situation is well in hand." So might run the motto of Semper Fidelis. Dedicated to the tradition that has guided marine leaders since the Revolutionary War, these students are preparing for their careers as future officers and gentlemen in the United States Marine Corps. Being introduced to the physical, mental and academic standards of the Marine Corps, the Semper Fidelis Society prepares men to be officers in that outstanding Service. iff: -ui Lu Many would like to be in their places, having served their coun- try already. However we feel about the war, they have been and their efforts are definitely appreciated. -me This year, through various proj- ects with handicapped children, the Knights of Columbus, one of the largest organizations on campus, has worked toward its goal-to provide service and brotherhood to the Villanova community. All members of the Karate Club do not have black belts, or even brown ones, but they do offer an opportunity to learn this an- cient form of defense. K of C - Karate The Knights of Columbus seeks to help promote the ideals of Christianity on campus. Walking the humane road on their college journey, their interests vary from frivolous social activities to deeply serious religious programs. Dedicated to the Iapanese art of self-defense first used by Buddhist monks, the Karate Club brings together the many Karate enthusiasts on campus. 112 APO Alpha Phi Omega, the national service fraternity, contin- ued its tenure as campus good samaritans this year. Charity work, administration assistance, Campus calendarsg no job is too large or too small for them. Service is the key word of this organization. Look for their faces at all events where giving is predominant Prefects - Guitar Players Seguvia, Manitas De Plata, and Eric Clapton are among the heroes of the Guitar Players Club. Recently recognized with full Club status these students find enioyment with their choice of either six- or twelve-stringed instru- ments. The Prefeots' Association is charged with keeping order in the dormitories and dining halls. The members, however, can usually be depended on to go out of their way for a student. 114 uv" M he Q 'N 'ff-eQre" Stage Crew Whether it be the Four Tops, William F. Buckley or Father Welsh, equipment is necessary for these people to be seen and heard. The Stage Crew is part carpenter, electrician, lighting expert and super- vision. For their steady help at every event in the Field House coping with some of the oldest equipment imaginable we thank them. 115 -niv- Ski Club and Team Officers: Lance Lisatano fAsst. Coachl, Lucille La Penne fSec.J, Tom Yoder fTrip Coordinatorj, Debbie Howrie ITreas.1, Dan Savoie fPres.l, Iohn Perone fM0derat0r and Ski Coachl. Ski Club A recent addition to the Villanova campus. the Ski Club offers its mem- bers weekend excursions. competition and free instruction. From beginner to expert all have found tho Ski Club :1 truly rewarding experience. One of the most progressive or- ganizations on campus, the Black Student League is concerned about blacks and whites, living together and apart, and express pride in a color-black. Villanova Singers Since its inception thirteen years ago, the Villanova Sing- ers have worked diligently toward their uncompromising goal of musical excellence. In doing so, the group has never failed to attract record crowds along its 5,000 annual miles of con- cert touring. Surely, these eighty dedicated students are a credit to the University. Officers-Rick Grabowski lS.G.A. Rep.j, Dennis Garbo fPres.l, Peter Synowiez lTour Directorj, R. Fersch lSec.l, Don Hoyt lV.P.1, Paul Mcllvaine lTreas.l. Director of Spires-Tom McAuliffe. if 'A Q ,Q M -iifveef EM Q . 'FN is-fi N502 pw. 1 V ,I 5.89, , ,. Q5 ,f ,Q 6 'E' .fexnn-:IKE X? N255 f X 2 .Q E gx YQ G! E T, 5. Y ' G W , + JS- w L A ' H ,,-4Q ANKQ. SW N 3 Zn I f 5 -7 , MM ik Q f 'F E A l Q RL 6 gg XY? .... 'G .e..XN.....s. 'M -- .. - ..... i .k..... A N'-HNNrNms.w.,.w,-i. , .. . K ky Women-very much a part of this campus. The Womens Glee Club gives women a chance to join one another, on and off key, in an attempt to find companionship in music. Although seldom perfect, they strive to present a variety Women's Glee Club When the Women's Glee Club appears in Concert with the Villanova Singers, it's a good bet that they are the prettier of the two, and probably sound better, also. On their own they provide entertainment for many chari- table functions. 120 of music to everyone. At Christmas time, in the spring they find enjoyment and self-expression everytime they sing. Even though the women are often overlooked, they are always appreciated. To sing or not to sing, that is the question! University Band As much a part of Villanova as the Wildcat, the band enjoyed continued success this year. Half-time shows and concerts were better than ever befort due to greater interest on the part of the student body. White spats and scattered hats-they may not sound like the Philharmonic but what would any game be without "Land of 1000 dances"? fi W1 a ,Q ff -f ,M w,2,..Q , PM , an ' f ., af-""5,"'f4' is 4arg1.av:tfvsfw'2e - -1 - x -' -A . . Y Y A Y WWVU During the past year, WWVU has expanded its coverage in many ways. The addition of a new studio, the advent of Metromedia Radio News service, and increased broadcast hours have allowed the Radio Voice of Villanova to further cater to its listeners' tastes. Add to this complete sports coverage and music geared to a collegiate level, and WWVU becomes an even more intricate part of the Villanova com- munity. If , M A K4 ,V,, fj " ff? -Hpwfff' , wwf K r ,!Vf,,f,f' , HLJAIPVT- QW' Age of Aquarius BELLE MASQUE Departing from its standard form of dramatic pre- sentation, the Belle Masque produced its msuical version of the Broadway revolution-"Age of Aqua- rius." The delighted audiences saw excerpts from several shows, among them "Hair," "Man of La Mancha," and "Zoo Story" by Edward Alber. The freedom of the songs expressed well the new freedom of the stage and the actors thereupon. Continuing this non-conformity to the established ideas was the Fall Production of Megan Terry's "Viet Rock." Received well by all who saw it, this biting social commentary was also presented at the Electric Factory, one of the first times that the Belle Masque has appeared outside the university environs. El.EIIl!!IllF !!ll!lIIlI!Y 1 'ff-Q, ng if i.. Q.m, x 3,0 Belle Air Charged with the almost super-human task of re- cording the events of the past year, the BELLE AIR strives for the broadest coverage possible. The staff has taken great pains birthing what eventually will become the 1970 edition of the yearbook. X, 92? rw 128 , - i X .V ..,. - wt.. ,. f meffwiggw A 5 N12 S533 S335 'SESS SE aa, vw fy, W , -fi-, ' . QL, 5, 2 fn, -M .WMM M f .W s 1-al X u ' 'W-ww 40 x A . .c N "JR, I F? V2 L J N LK' K .xx , A 52wxA!,,5Qll 3- 4 if ' hy. X '38 , A Mi 'Aft .2 iii lx 'If VE 4 4 -SNNQ E -' - M. ' I A A ,H X l Q S ,W 5335 ff na '- 'M ' 'M 4 , WN. mmm.. - - M' - U- A 5- 5 I lv 'r 3 ,. Sf., - K i 4 W ef: f mf , 1 Q 'Q in 1 --O To the University Photography Department belongs the seemingly endless task of captur- ing Villanova's highest and lowest moments. Staffed entirely by students, undergraduate as well as graduate, the Department's major efforts are in the areas of news coverage for the Villanovan and the preservation of memo- ries in the Belle Air. uf? 6 ' f a i X wi 4 MN. ixffpii' N fffy ,fl ,N ff A fb fi 1' 'f I l 4 l 5 r I I f 7, 'Q V. I 6 lg ,. ir. I X The Villanoven The Villanovan succeeds in bringing pertinent and irnpertinent issues to the Villanova student. A reportorial style coupled with phil- isophical slants once again affirms the Villanovan's masthead - the opinions expressed do not neces- sarily reflect the official views of the University. 134 ,I 'Gil :5 .5 U V, 1.1 - .-gg --,Wu - QTYTHHHU ,an J ' 5 , -Q H'K'3A3wig+ Illlilill ll V P. , Ffgff X .X at :. I v QS, 1a"" 5 . if Ag :L Qfi:cXXX:f'gX ,M WW 'N r,:Q,..S:, 5 fl LYXN . " 5-.gl ,QQEVLY 4119: , 'fef g:, yy x',fx5 2TA5"'-'xffi 73 43: Tv' "':' 9321" , XX, U , ,Xg.s,, . . ,N,, ,N4, xf, J Qi ki xx x 5 i. Xu t.. A S Q A .xl X .1 .X 54 Ewa Way W W e 1 , X. N 7. l Qs f if . gy hi S f Es 5 f Q as 3 fits S it TZ if 4 S Qi v gl SSa f Ji' . X f st? QwNem st kk Q , , f S 2 " 1 is A .V . i i ' W ,W ip f l ., fm -wt 7, v S fl 5 M S Q: E r . ' yew A M ' Vg E' '-ll . - . Z ills EE - J Q it i m . ,:.. s 4 X X X , Ng 4 of My WJ Q wwf gi Wg? 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In this way, and through continued publi ation of the magazine, they hope to affect the literary and il! a 1 1 ,A l1S1CHl 01118 W N011 OH CHITIPUS. ii We ft ' Wa yi" X is s 7k . ' x Ny 1 F S E Villanova Engineer 4 - 5 X - "Q -I. 5 1' ' 'iflzgxe R as A tiff' A THE vlu.ANovA ENGINEER-yy EDITOR ......... .... P ete Avioli I Associate Editor ..., .... D on Conover Feature Edltof ---- -"' R Hy Bunch Articles Editors ................ Ken Anderson, - - - Brian Lamb Staff: Kathy Cox, Larry Chan, Mike Howe Business Editor ................ Tim Sullivan Layout Editor .......,,.,...... Fran Villani Staff: Tim Sullivan, Rich Avil, Mike Catalano, Brian Lamb, Pat Crotty, Ierry Curran, lim Dolen, Ken Anderson, Suki. Faculty Moderator . . . ...,. Rev. Iames Ryan, OSA News Editor ................... Rich Avrl Circulation Gil Lappano, Ioe West, Len Scullion, Iohn Stefanik Art Staff .........i............ Maryanne Mclntosh SGA Representative ............ Iohn Kilmartin 138 EDITORS-IN-CHIEF l!lCl1'lO1!U Entrepreneur gnfrepreneur CULLEGE UF CUMMERCE ANU FINANCE VILLANOVA uNuvERsuTY,'vlLLANovA, PA. . . . ..... Ionathan Nadybal Stephen Finnerty Editorial Assistants . . . ..... Raymond Hartung Business Managers . Art Editor . . . William Gorman . . . . .Brian Murray Ielf Hughes Carl Cavagnaro . . . . .Alfred Strolle Distribution .................... Staff: Anthony Benedosso, Richard Bonito, Robert Bress- lin, Robert Horgos, Anthony Licata, Iohn Sergovic, Robert Stanek, Richard Tancreto, Kenneth Walters, Carl Wetzler 139 K r '1 X I I ,Z - H t' , if ff Qgl Y xl 35 P The Search for Happiness . y1LLm4g3 . . SPORTS 9--1 2:71- Man must compete if he is to be truly happy and members of the Villanova community have discov- ered many ways to do this athletically. It might be in a varsity sport or in an informal club--or even as simply a fan. Whatever way, it is essential to both the well-being of the individual and to that of Villanova. Athletic Deparment I . 'N' i'. Q Ifi- 16? Art Mahan, athletic director Bob Whelan, secretary Iake Nevin, trainer 144 Q -Y x ' X X X W A Y X 5 fwwssw 51 gf- In A ,. -15?-Si-rg.. .i ,ix K Q Y" .... - Q , X X Q X X 'x AX X X X N XX fx 1' :': ns K Varsity Football Some would call it a rebuilding year, but the '69 season was, in reality, the year ofthe CAT. With the quarterback problem solved three times over V. U. rolled up impres- sive wins against West Chester, B. C., Xavier, Santa Clara, William 81 Mary, and there was that magic day at Dela- Ware. The CAT has arrivedwand itts been a long time coming. VILLANOVA 41 . . . .... WEST CHESTER 14 VILLANOVA 18 VILLANOVA 36 VILLANOVA 57 . . . ...... SANTA CLARA 8 VILLANOVA 24 ,........ BOSTON COLLEGE 6 . . ...,...... TOLEDO 45 . . ........ DELAWARE 3 3 VILLANOVA 35 ................... XAVIER 7 VILLANOVA Postponed ........... HOLY CROSS VILLANOVA 20 ,................. DAYTON 27 VILLANOVA 35 ......... WILLIAM 8: MARY 21 VILLANOVA 14 . . ......... BUFFALO 24 Front Row: T. Boyd, Coach Gregory, E. Arthur. Second Row: W. Sather, T. Chimieliewski, E. Humay, W. Daly, R. Iessien, S. Puente, C. D'Agostini, I. Stopper, I. Treacy, R. Brezski. Third Row: W. Walik, T. Cunningham, M. Kerins, M. Kirkland, M. Altenburg, I. Belasco, M. Elwood, E. Hall, M. Danaher, W. Brannan, I. Cervini. Fourth Row: D. Schwartz, T. Freeman, I. Kasper, P. O'Laughlin, D. Gordon, R. Wells, D. Folino, K. Serrapede, B. Mingey, I. Hime, M. Berrang, D. O'Neill. Fifth Row: A. Pride, Cavanaugh, F. Brennan, I. Brennan, H. Rusbridge, D. Callahan, B. Mar- shall, E. Messemer, G. Wuerstle, I. Bennet, P. Hurley, D. Woodring, M. Harkins. Sixth Row: D. Seligrini, M. Miller, I. Iohnson, I. Gruentz, R. Michaels, L. Solomon, B. Mil- lanese, R. Reiprisch, P. Zangrilli, I. Babinecz, I. Elash, I. Petersen. Seventh Row: D. Beuckle, R. Iones, T. Rooney, I. Bushofsky, I. Brunner, D. Loughlin, I. McGouery, W. Posodowski, L. Ferri, P. Giligan, P. Healy, Iake. West Chesterg Chuck D'Agostini, Ioe Belasco, Iohn Stopper Xavierg Mickey Kerins Boston Collegeg Tom Boyd, Billy Walik Mickey Kerins Delaware: Tom Boyd ,Jaw- Santa Clarag Chuck D'Agostini Ioe Belasco, Bill Walik, Chuck D'Agostini Bill Sather Ioe Cervini, Mickey Kerins, Paul Zan- grilli 148 Y West Chesterg Barry Kostibos, Tom Chimielewski, Gene Arthur, Ray Michaels, Bill Brannan, Iohn Babinecz, Iohn Treacy, Rick Wells, Rich Brezski Santa Clarag Gene Arthur e . , Xfvwx it 5 A A A Y M .3 M' - -A 'N I x g X K Q We Q K M. rw . . list 149 Delawareg Drew Gordon, Coach Gregory, Ioe Belasco Buffalog Iohn Elash, Mickey Kerins, Ioe Santoro Buffalo: Ioe Santoro, Billy Walik, Mickey Kerins, Drew Gor- don, Iohn Elash, Bill Sather West Chesterg Drew Gordon, Billy Walik Mike Berrang, Iohn Stopper Freshman Football The Wildkittens had a tough job following up last yoar'S Squad. but with hard work. should ensure V,Ufs grid success in seasons to come. it 0 I ci 5 -3 9433 -W ., ml w -1 1 ,ug .Q 5: 'WF' 1-EMC T.-F x . K f - H' as I ix 357 KE sati . 3 B.. L. A Q lm KP K ji N may Q I gm , y W. ' li E Q' N an NSR sf Q M wx 2 Digi M fi -- '- " J' , ,, 5 f 3 s Q35 B Z NAU' -'P' K iv. 5 - ai ik . A 4 x if w is if 5 Q g 'Sp I? f 2? 4 f' W' A g ' :2,,S..K W 4 Cross Country The East's premier cross country team took the IC4A's again and narrowly missed another NCAA title. The season was indeed a tribute to Villanova's lonely long distance men. t E A L Is.. 1969 Cross Country Season v1LLANovA OPPONENT 19 . PENN STATE ..... 17 . oEoRoETovvN 15 . LASALLE ...... 15 . ST.IOSEPH'S ..... 18 . Elo FIVE IPENNJ . mia . lC4A ............. second second NCAA ......... UST8zFF . . . ,glxaxavf VILLHHSQ uavwii Vi. vnmmu Wim-.g V M' 4 1,1 ,,.'?N My-X. QSEFE. 'y 9 I H.-gn K muwm 'Wxxmkxm 9- hjv. 'A Ji-W, , Hb S Ygffff V A F! .1 " H55 .. L ' lf- S. -P Q L . S5 X 3 . W 5 A , S k V LN! f V Q 1 K3 ,Si F 5 ,Ai . fx N 2 S -AAI S S H A A? ' - i W v fi f A 'i A 1 ' , ' is ", ,,,. . an MW Y xr V 5,9- fif pq? - V A 1,4 if qmmwvl 157 X-, E -L, ' 4' 'Jig 7 bc, , I- I 5 Q :Es-'fmw ,F"C-'-221 , .iss an .MM MCL . ,, fi Q, NNW!! whit! zfi K 'e . .Ni . ish., SEQ .wx xx X is S.. Ag? n x - .1Y,:.f - .QQ , ' ,4,..:s?'3,5Lig5 . wx :.-.. W ,, U O'-us .X " - .. .,..r.m151q 5 --. nw: 5 X xiii? Qi 'TZ-xi A .k..,!,3?.: Q ..Q.4w3..5L .. . Q '04 S 46+ a ,pg-, ... , ,vi , f .pgf9.g5,x ,- , X l. . K, In . ,... , ---- f X.. K -.JN -Wg . ..... Qasfw we Front: I. Mcdowell, C. Smith, H. Simientowski, L. Woio- nowski, H. Porter, H. Watson, C. Ford, S. Sims. Back: Iake Nevin, T. Himes, M. Daly, I. Walters, Coach Craft, I. Fox, D. Dougherty, F. O'Hanl0n, R. Goul. Ranked as high as twelfth in some pre-season polls, the wildcats found it difficult to establish a consistent game in 1969-70. Showing moments of brilliance, as in the big win over St. Bonaventure, the Kraftmen went up-and-down fboth literally and figurativelyj all season. Varsity Basketball 160 After a few disturbing setbacks the team began to gel. Once again the roar of the Field House coupled with the talent of a Kraft-coached team proved to be invincible as the previously unbeaten Brown Indians of St. Bonaventure succumbed to the Wildcats. h.l i-u1- ummm-.1 gun. up , , w X A , . , , N 1 Y I 1 K K, k . .il I X , ..-.......- 161 ,Aw ., .wwswwwm M W: M, yldyfp 4 426 . 15 lt, Km! -K X - . MQ. :fi"Y3'L ,S 'X , ff: V , 3, 1 -mv ,. Q Q SSRN X Q 3 , Q f .,. Q , Y . A ,ii X5 kfz Q ff. . A Q- 1 J--fwxfiax ' , . x 1 . S, ,gfx , , '2 FI... Y ' g. . N X X 3 - Q-f fn- L: Q 1 'V F rv R Uv H X R fy x X K' v waf- '7555' .M-' wt' 4 ' rf ' Qu. if , A Nz 'fi 'S ,. 'xx '-j j Q Wife: : I M rye Sf E , K fs ' 3.5 1 x K sk x 1 Q, 3' , l if wx X K N? wk. N FQ X. QI 8 1 'fg- U Q mf i N .. ,: :Sk ' g wwf, .. k f ..--- - .fmfwg sf .ay Yi. Nine yearsfnine tournaments. A well-deserved t'thanks" to Coach Kraft. It was a good tourney, too. A tough win over Temple, a handcuffing of Calvin Uimmy Walker stylej, a loss to St. Bonnies that . . . well, forget it. THB CAT WILL BE BACK. .C.A.A VARSITY BASKETBALL VILLANOVA OPPONENT 57 ..... .... P hiladelphia Textile ...... 52 60. . . ,... Princeton .....,.... . . . .46 107. .. .... North Dakota ...,.. ....57 55... .... Pennsylvania .. . . . .59 89. .. .... Connecticut .. . . . .71 64... .... Columbia .. . . . .76 58. .. .... Cornell .... ....63 106... .... Canisius .....70 87... .... Detroit ..... .....78 87... .... Fairfield ...., . . . . .59 92... .... Notre Dame ....94 102. . . .... Niagara ....... ..., . 92 91. . . .... Catholic ......... ., .59 96. .. .,.. Boston College ... . . . . .68 57... .... St. Iohns ........ ....,60 64. . . .... St. Bonaventure .. . . . . .62 75. . . .... Temple ....... .... . 67 44... .,.. Providence ... . . .55 92. .. .... St. Ioseph's ... . . .65 108. .. .... Si. Peter's ... . . .91 96. .. .... Xavier ..... . . .79 94. .. .,.. Duquesne .. . . .83 96... .... LaSalle .. ...85 107... ..., Toledo ...82 102. ,. .... DePaul .....,..... . . .90 126. .. ,... Seton Hall ......... . . .96 N.C.A.A. Tournament 77 ..... .... T emple ............ . . .69 98. .. .... Niagara ...,...... ...73 74 ..... .... S t. Bonaventure ..... . . .94 Won 22-Lost 7 Freshman Basketball Coach Mel Brodsky is faced with the all important task of forging a strong nucleus for future Wildcat varsity teams. This year's frosh basketball team has given strong indi- cations that he has accepted this task and has met with success. FRONT ROW: A. Pinnelli, I. Sweeney, F. Hackett, P. Daley, 'I Diegan, M. Barton. BACK RQW: I. Connolly, T. Hightower, B Iones, E. Hastings, G. Neuman, R. Kolman, G. Gemtz, B. Katcher, T. Ingesbly, I. Leonard, M. Brodsky. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Ian. Ian Ian. Ian. Ian. Ian. Ian. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar Mar FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Varsity ........ Textile . . . Rider .... Princeton . . . . LaSalle .. Temple .. Maryland . .. . Maryland ...... Penn ..... . . . Rider .. Temple . . . St. Iohn's . Community St. Peter's St. Ioseph's LaSalle . . . St. Peter's Community St. Ioseph's Wesley . . . Seton Hall Penn ..... FH FH KAI KAI KAI KAI FH KAI Palestra FH FH KAI Spectrum FH FH FH KAI FH KAI FH FH FH in 3 0 ff Z K X ' .5 yy- , X f 1 7 If 5 , 3 if I 167 Track The legs "Iumho" Elliott prefers to watch ran to unprecedented heights again this year. Backed hy strong performances by Iames, Liquori, Davis, Buerkle, and McCormick, the Tracknien showed their heels to a long list of prominent opponents. ii 168 Dec. 9 .... ,... Ian. Ian. lan. Ian. Ian. Ian. Ian. Feb Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. 7 .... .... Mar TRACK Liberty Bowl Invitation Washington CYO Meet Massachusetts K. of C. Los Angeles Invitation Middle Atlantic AAU Championships Phila. Track Classic VVanamake1'Millrose Games Boston AA Meet New York K. of C. Meet Baltimore Sun All East Meet Astrodomc Relays U.S. Olympic Invitation Cleveland K. of C. Meet ICAAAA Championships NCAA Championships i N ? Q7-w mg '--L gf -Ki. 1, ,A'. 3' zz ?e:ffi5j" f S' my Vw f ff 5 E ff T I'72v,:525" ,n V' 'Aff :wi W-ffl . I ' 1 ' " ' , ,, . fig 45, 12f 3f69 12f 5f69 12f 8f69 12f13f69 1f10f70 1f17f70 1f23f70 1f28f70 1f31f70 2! 4! 70 2f 7f70 2f13f70 2f18f70 2f25f70 VARSITY SCHEDULE Maryland St. Ioseph's Catholic Univ. East Carolina West Chester Penn State Army Rutgers Princeton Navy Temple Yale Pennsylvania La Salle Home Away Home Home Away Home Home Home Home Away Away Home Away Away 4:00 P.M. 3:30 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 2Z00l1hl 3:00 P.M. 3:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. 4IO0l1hl 4:30 P.M. 3 :30 P.M. 2:00 P.M. 8200 P.M. 3:00 P.M. 8:00 P.M. Swimming Having already conquered such highly touted teams as Army and Maryland, the Villanova swimmers are well on their way to improving last season's 10-5 record. Captain Frank Hartye, Olympian Tom Aretz, and Olaf von Schilling, form the core of a merman team which faces one of the toughest schedules in the East. Top Row: Steve Cordovano, lim Hartye, Steve Pirnat, Tony Soko- loski, Craig Smith, Ed Scully. Second Row: Rich Batchelder fmanagerl, Bill Parrell, Iohn Rigali, Don Colombo, Bob Bennewitz, Paul McClintock, Bob Goldschmidt, Rich Carroll Imanagerj. Third Row: Bill Geoghegan, Hugh Donnelly, Paul Miola, Rich Andre, Pete Montero, Tom Aretz, Olaf von Schilling, Tom Battle, I. C. Peter- son fmanagerj. Bottom Row: Marty Shanahan, Ed Kendra, Al Mar- tinez Fonts, Greg Rowan, Ted Melnychuk, Iohn Fitzgerald Ico- capt.l, Frank Hartve Ico-capt.l, Coach Ed Geisz. tm, i I W 173 ,A,:. -, i E Yew ' S. I Q Baseball Wfiih many Ol' lasl yfza1"s line veterans relurn- ing. the baseball team. what is perhaps Vil- lanovffs iorgotlen varsiiy spori, should cron- ficlenily look lowarcl a SllfIiIOSSlllll season. Front Row: Iake Nevin, trainer, Iim Manion, Glenn Desi- mone, Carmen Porecca, Ron Ulan, Rich Letteri. Second Row: Iohn Fox, Mike Mantle, Denny Brandstetter, Iim Waggoner, Mike Dorman, Dave Keffer. Third Row: Art Mahan, coach, Chuck Smith, mgr., Mike Leach, Ioe Meo, Ioe Urbanovich, Larry Shane, asst. coach. -v- . igsx ',, . 'VJ' ' Qi A we QQ-AYP , K I Ili- .. 513465-537 if-A ,A Q .. n V W ' - D me ' A , , Va K5 " . 2 X 176 an M .Y Q W 'Sf K Tennis With six returning lettermen, including co- captains Ron Deitrick and Chris Sullivan, success seems imminent for the Villanova netmen in their second season as a varsity sport. Kneeling: William Fellner, Ieffery Charder, Michael Gurda, co-capt. Stephen Aspero, Ronald Dietrich. Standing: Louis Margiotti, co-capt. Peter Mulvev, Robert Barrett, Dr. Robert Langran fcoacbl, Cristopber Sullivan, Iohn McCarthy, Robert McGr0dy. 180 Q . Q f.f..4.,+,.ff 4.,,g,.g, .3 k b X ,. -,.X.fQ.v1 ,,,,N,.,,.,., , Q, 5- , -. . 4 g . V. Ms kikjwkif 3-i,4+.Q-vfQe-1 , .,, +A- wr 'N 2 1 4..4.,.xf-Q -f+4,-.rp-,,.,,.4.. +...,Qf-fy +Qf+f X wmv.. f.Lf,+Q Qxf-vyf-+ x+Q.,x,+,.,Q.... Y +.5.Q.... f.Qx Q .l,m,Q..,.., ,,., k x+,-,.s+,v+y,,.Q-f , f.xQ-fQ,.g..X.g5n, '-qv..-r...Qs5a,.fs+. f '-f--1-.gp-b.+-fQ P 5wg,,-.-- 1gg,,.,.,.,,, K Varsity Seniors I. Peters, I. Fitzgerald, R. Goldschmidt, T. Melnychuk. Back: D. Keffer, K. O'Brien, M. Dorman. Front: I. Meo Fran 0'Hanlon, Leon Woinowski, Sam Sims. 182 5 z Y Aw Q as XX? I QJ 4 x , J, ' . R? . g X, M was 5? Q "' Q. fig . . Q .iq . - . fy S W 1 R 0' X K X X X X if mm.. m,. 5 -", ? i gg 5 ii 9 if YN , , . .4 . A K W : Rugby To play as rough a game as football with the equipment and protection of cross country might be considered slightly suicidal. Despite this, Rugby remains Villanova's most popular club sport year after year. An annual turnout in the hundreds ensures the Wildcat ruggers of fielding one of the finest squads in the Philadelphia area as this year's exceptional record shows. FALL SPRING WHEELING COLLEGE WHEELING COLLEGE U. OF PENN U. OF PENN GEORGE MASON ALLENTOWN RFC COLLEGE PENN ST. ALLENTOWN RFC LEHIGH UNIV. BOSTON COLLEGE PHILADELPHIA RFC PHILADELPHIA RFC FAIRFIELD UNIV. PENN ST. Front Row: Bill Hlatkey, Iohn Newton, Bill Salmond, Iohn Mooney, Co-Captain Tom Byrnes, Captain Terry Betten, Co-Captain Brian McNamara, Glen DePaulo, Chris Parker, Coach Iim Brandt. Second Row: Tim Galvin, Paul Murphy, Bruce Eben, lim Lynn, Bill Shin- ski, Tony Bliss, Allan Cellars, Iohn Dold, Bill Petrino. Third Row: Andy Cusack, Steve Iannuck, Don White, Iake Lindsay, Conrad Leiser, Paul Pisula, Greg Smith, Anthony Oswald. Fourth Row: Pete Wrba, Mike Brad- hill, Mark Lubbers, Pete Schmadder, Frank Duffer, Iohn Wiseguy, Iohn Mattimore, lim Papp, Kenny Dupuis, Mark Tucci, Iohn Kreeger. Q' iarskmiferinpwz i M.. U SE I tt ian "iglfJa X iii hrt,dFiJL rvfsawef 3444.54 .4 Mqmtepi I 1 ,, LsfY?f2i? Soccer What was once an exclusively European sport has found a permanent home at Villanova. Utiliz- ing talent and speed V. U.'S hooters give those sometimes dull autumn afternoons an excitement many other schools lack. SOCCER SCHEDULE VILLANOVA OPP 0 ............ 5 SWATHMORE 2 . . . . . .5 EASTERN BAPTIST 4 . . . .... 3 ARMY 4 . . . .... 2 URSINUS 4 . . . .... 0 RUTGERS 0 . . . .... 2 UNIV. OF MARYLAND 3 .... 1 COLLEGE OF BIBLE 2 . . . .... 0 FORDHAM 1 . . . .... 3 NAVY Front Row: Keating, co-capt.g Furlongg Molano, co- capt. Second Row: Cassiday, Moylan, Dimartini, Viener, Confrey, Evangelista, Pachler, Agpoulos. Third Row: Marchewka, Fisher, Kriete, McLoughlin, Beers, Iohnson, Yap, Paccicco, Bruno, coach Howard Graff. Hockey Beyond a doubt, this year's version of the Villanova Hockey Team is the most talented and experienced yet. The squad has gained outstanding support and ability from its freshmen players. Captain Iohn McLellan and co-captains lamie Dolce and Dave McKay set the pace as the icernen undergo another rugged season. Front: Fred Guerra, Bill McHale, lack Morrisey, Bob Donovan, David Hines, Tom Collins, Greg Huebet, Dennis Blakie, Iames Dolce, Iohn McLellar, Iohn Bon- neau fCoachl. Back: Steve Logue, Brian Tedeschi, Fred Funk, Tony Gryszka, Dennis Flannigan, Scott Ruddel, lim Pressler, Dave McKay, Bob Cordero, lim Doherty. ss' . ' t-'-WH - X- 186 I W ...... .,...,,,, .. Girls' Basketball In their second season here at Villanova, the girls' basketball team has shown marked improvement over their initial year of exis- tence. One of the major reasons for this advancement is that this year, for the first time, the girls have a full-time coach in Miss Elizabeth Cawley. The co-eds play a nine game schedule which includes contests against such strong opponents as Cabrini, Rosemont and Immaculate. Sixteen girls are currently participating in the program which includes both a varsity and a junior varsity squad. Co-captains Alice Finore and Chris Buba, along with senior Mary Ann Echert, have thus far paced the team to a season which has given every indication of being highly successful. Kneeling: Pat McGuire Imgnl, Alice Ittner, Mary Hayes, Alice Finore, Mary Eckert, Val Hill. Sec- ond Row: Chris Buba, Mary Goodell, Nancy LaSota, Mary Landau, Elizabeth Salabsky, Pat Lombardo, Pat Hagerty, Cathy Sorrentino, Mary Rhoads fmgrj. Founded three years ago by the present team captain, Al Fazio, the Water Polo Club of Villanova has progressed from a winless initial season to a second year record of two victories and five defeats. Coach Peter Mon- tero is highly enthusiastic about the upcom- ing season because of the experience which his team has gained in its first two years of existence. Club president Iohn Schreider, and the rest of his teammates, are hard working athletes who are anxiously awaiting the day when water polo will gain recognition as a varsity sport. First Row: Fred Waring, Tom Bleisusiae, Rick Carrol, Gregory Hughes, Al Fazio. Second Row: Bill Parell, Clyde Clearly, Mark Hyland, Dick Horner. Third Row: lim Brown, I. Schrieder, Ieffy Gannon, Mr. Martinez. Water Polo , -r ,M QILWUV4 ima Pap fll.l.A'UY4 WATER P013 Lacrosse What Could very well he Villanova's next varsity sport, the l,ZlCI'OSSf? team continues to loaturo some ol' thc: finest players this side ol' Ml. Xilashingtom :xml Iohns Hopkins. With a new coach and il new field great things shoulfl bein O1'ClK?l'lqOI'0l1I' stickmen. Kneeling: D. Benchle, B. Kobel, E. McDonnell, K. Ryan, I. Sergovic, G. Natiela, B. Hook, H. 0'Con- nor, S. McLoughlin, M. Blintz. Second Row: Coach A. Blake, I. Flood, I. McFadden, D. Sullivan, B. Franezac, I. McGuire, B. Brookes, I. Doe, B. Walsh, B. Denbeck, I. Reed, B. Thompson Asst. Coach. Third Row: B. Halper, B. Michalac, S. Keefer, R. Burch, M. Dillon, I. Hightops, E. Gnagey, D. McLaughlin, G. Scibilia, I. Valintine, P. Toohey, G. Brown. 188 5 .. i' S ? Q 5 Q , 34 4 15 Accenting patience and practice, this year's pistol team is determined to improve upon last season's 2-5 rec- ord. Sharpshooters Iohn Petrie, Den- nis Largess. and Iohn Strong have put in many long hours in order to make this their most successful season yet. Bottom: I. Strong, E. Leo, D. Largess. Top: I. Doman, S. Lawrynovicz, I. Connors. Mike Allen and Ieff Walkowiak head a Villanova Rifle Team which could well be the best in the nation. The upcoming sectionals at Valley Forge promise to provide keen com- petition for our shooters. Bottom: M. Pachelli, T. Dzuryachko, P. Sanosky, T. Boyle. Top: M. Allen, I. Kutys, I. Slusarz, M. Coffey. Weightlifting This year's Villanova strongmen are leaving no doubts as to why they are respected as being the top Weightlifting team in the East. Captain Ioe Slabinski and Mike Salamando led the way as the team placed third in this year's Nationals at Florida State University. Ken Houghton, Carmine Iannaccone, Sal Soldano, Mike Hickey, Ioe Slabinski, Skip Benavage, Iohn Carr, Andy Ascosi, Terry Mulroy. Kneeling: Mike Solimando. 2977 Golf Captain Glen Soltis, the only returning letterman from last year's 13-8 squad, will lead a relatively in- experienced, but determined, Villanova golf team against this year's opponents. ., vw 'Nan - we - ,, .-W,,,w N " v v ,W ,V a n ,V 1 2 .. , f i 1 W , ,, S. Reeves, Ertzel Naggy, Manny Blintz, Artus McDuff, Luke Lassiter, W. K. Cherry, Iohn Kelly, Amos Mallard, Iohn Doe. 192 Crew Villanova Crew demands long hours and hard work with little reward. Now in its sixth year, the club operates on dona- tions, and the drive of its members. 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VK .5 A , , .f H W .gr ,fashs ik ,4 1, J A-, .21-y, ,,,,,.4b, Q f, Q, I ,354 W2 5-5 was V3 'V' v ' A 'Q' ' Q 9'1fHff524 ' 5, : ,J-ia 1 , a-, GREEK WEEK Each year the Inter-Fraternity Council sponsors an entire week of activities highlighted hy the Greek Games, IFC party and dinner dances. The brother- hood and sisterhood so often apparent within the various organizations was now displayed before the entire Greek system. The result was an unqualified success. I f f 3 218 ' X Mi RQ N Q X iff-.Ziff X INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL The Inter-l4'raternitv Council governs the four social fraternities and the two sororities at Villanova. This years Council assumed a more organizational and authoritative role in rushing and pledging activities, and empha- sized the need for additional fraternal organi- zations. L. Top to Bottom: Nancy Story, Maria Riffici, lane Wess- ner, Bob lacks, Kenny Marian, Tim McGraw, Pat Healy, I lane Hemberger, Irene Davison, Thomas Yannon, Robert DeBernardis, Rich Avil, Mike Rank, Ion Eben, lim Synder, Ann Corrigan. R. Top to Bottom: William Leishner, Stan- ley Frompovicz, Glen Saunders, Bob Kisch, Dick Dyei, Bill Coleman, Vinnie Danzi, Ioe Mehl, Don Gleason, Rick Geiger, Phil Kirchner, Rob Riva, Phil Perri, Bill Kirby. C - LA it , ,tl, 220 53 5 V 'U' I 2, ,Q , n , s n f W w bh""""""n, W..M on Q 3 1 ' S . Q i X Ke, l f 0 A M fs' . W ' fy, , M H 1 k in 1' I' A ' s' 5 in ' " I V ' f 3 X K . .- xfxtfm-Q. . 'Q -1. " 5 M. s 1 I Q, ,U .f Y -Q ' K gt 9 n '1 - I -' yr ? .. Aim 4 : . ' M X' 4 ' 4 ' Q u , '-A . M M Q -if - .. ,. yu! . U .W Hfu, 5 1 'fri L X' E lf'-3, O ulllulununagquhnn 5 . f , Q "-ull' 1 V' HONORARIES ' Q "Happiness is no other than soundness and perfection of mind." o I A it -5- ,UN -- ..- . . . y le, K. t . K if , Front Row: Adam Bodnar, Robert Moser, Henry Schmidt, Michael Gulloti, R. Ken- neth Landow. Back Row: Raymond Col- lins, Gerald Banmiller, Iohn Shock, Paul Hughes, Richard Serano. Gerald Banmiller, Raymond Collins, Paul Hughes, Adam Bodnar, Robert Moser, Iohn Shock, Michael Gulloti, Henry Schmidt, R. Kenneth Landow, Richard Serano. Front Row: Raymond Collins, Henry Schmidt, Michael Gulloti, R. Kenneth Landow. Back Row: Adam Bodnar, Robert Moser, Iohn Shock, Paul Hughes, Gerald Ban- miller. DELTA EPSILON SIGMA As the National Catholic Honor Society, Delta Ep- silon Sigma limits membership to Iuniors and Seniors in the top ten percent of their class in the college of Arts and Sciences. lts members are, however, -not selected for academic excellence alone. Each must possess such qualities as leadership and dedication to merit selection to Delta lipsilon Sigma and to con- tinue the reputation of this outstanding organization. 222 wifi! ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Now in its third year, Alpha Epsilon Delta is the pre- med honor society on campus. Only the outstanding medical science students can join this noted fraternity of future doctors of medicine. Officers: Stephen Marini, Mike Gullotti, Daniel DeFura, Dennis Devita, Geoffrey Barger, Tom Vandergast. First Row: Daniel Defura, Dennis Devita, Geoffrey Barger, Stephen Marini, Thomas Vandergast, Michael Gullotti. Sec- ond Row: Iohn Rule, Richard 0'Rose, Richard Fonte, Peter Lomedico, Domenico Falcone, Kenneth Bretts, Kathleen Mc- Hale, Steven Kolker, Carmen Romano, Paul Piccini, Michael Mansi. Third Row: Wayne Wolstenholme, Charles Giannasio, Anthony Salierno, Bruce Kohut, Peter Pislor, Iames Dougherty, Robert McNally, Robert Smith, Stuart Orsher, Geoffrey Bur- gess. Missing: Thomas Miller, Frank Torrisi, Charles Nichter, William Ruegar, Eugene Wolfel. 51 ti!! N GAMMA PHI Officers: Anthony N. Benedosso. Vice Pres., Rob- ert P. Horgos, Treas., Raymond A. Hartung, Ir. Pres., Ionathan D. Nadybal, Ex. Sec., Adam R3 Varrenti, Ir., S.G.A. Rep. Missing: Brian Murray, Sec. Fi1'Sf ROW! Fred Sfllfzmalh Carl CHUHSUQFU, Adam Continued success of Gamma Phi results from the excellence Varrenti, S.G.A. Rep., Steve Finnerty, Tony Li- cata, Tony Benedosso, Vice Pres., Bob Horgos, Treas., Iim Vandenburg, Rich Tancreto, Ron Mey- ersburg, Lew Fichera. Second Row: Iim Crotty Ion Nadybal, Ex. Sec., Bob Breslin, Iohn Broder: Third Row: Neal Givey, Dave Keffer, lim Gun: ning, Fred Strolle, Bob Stanek, Carl Wetzler, Ray ick, Norm Santangelo, Don Volk, lack Furey Hartung, Pres. of its members and the services it provides for the University. As the Honor Society of the College of Commerce and Finance it offers tutorial services as well as the business publication of the "Villanova Entrepreneur." Membership combines academic excellence and a variety of business majors in order to achieve sufficient diversification for a well-rounded organization. w ' ..,,, Il ""' K P ,, X fssss + ss- csiiggfgfrgxfiiglg-st:5.i jx , W, ' . . - K 1 -' " ' J - - 224 fi fl tt'rtfUz.n'5ftft',tt , , ft!f"'I, Wil .tvrtTETtl"f'2"t PI SIGMA EPSILGN Pi Sigma Epsilon is a national professional frater- nity for students in marketing. economics, and ad- ministrational sciences. Villanova's Alpha Zeta Chapter promotes the development of a professional image for its members. Selection to Pi Sigma Epsilon comes from those students who have excelled in both academic achievement and extracurricular activities in order to attain excellence of its brothers. Officers: Dick Hatter, Sgt.-at-Arms: lim Vandenbergh, S.G.A. Rep.: Dan Bruch, Pres.: Skip Giancola, Vice Pres.g Chuck Smith, Treas. First Row: Ken Bretts, Tom Thompson, Iohn Cooper, Don Creamer, Dave Denise, Bill Harris, Bob McKiernan, Mario Papa. Second Row: Mike Cepetelli. Don Volk, Wally DeCeia, Ed Moran. Rick Tancreto, Ed Milner, Gary Gadren. Third Row: Bob Theis, Mark Harbourt, Tom Ker- rigan, Iohn Petillo, lay Cavanaugh, Ioe Prusinowski, Roger Poirier, lim Flood, Bruce Klingensmith, Ed McQuade, Mike Divinieri. Fourth Row: Tom Naylor, Charlie Lind- blom, Ray Byers. TPI' Officers: Bill Hansell, Corresponding Secretaryg Mike Howe, Presidentg Mr. Anthony Zygmont, Moderator, Charlie Hill, Treasurerg Karen Mudry, Recording Secretary. ETA KAPPA NU Attempting to develop the interests of Elec- trical Engineering and of the total man, Eta Kappa Nu, the National Electrical Engineering Honor Society, selects those in the top one third of the class for membership. Eta Kappa Nu thrives by means of an association of members with faculty for an intellectual ex- change to enhance the meaning and achieve- ment of the organization's goal. Seated: Tony Vallach, Bill Rynipalski, Ralph Ski- ano, Mark Boruta, Steve Rollins, Tony Fong, Charlie Hill, Brian Lamb, loe Wilton, Rick Fehl, Marian Gittings. Standing: Larry Ziomek, Iames Chan, Ioe Mihalcik, Steve Boheim, Peter Avioli, Dante Anioa, Iohn Slusary, Ron Milman, Iohn Sowiniski, Karen Mudry, lim 0'Brien, Mike Howe, Paul McCausand, Bill Hansell. 226 TAU BETA Pl The National Engineering Honor Society, Theta Chapter of Tau Beta Pi can claim the finest engineering students as its members. Not only is a high cumulative average re- quired, but integrity, achievement, and per- sonal high standards are also desired qualities of the students who are asked to join. Iohn Robins, Bob Seman, Stan Ozga, Iohn Slusarq, Tony Fong, Rich Avil, Brian Lamb, Mike Howe, Rick Fehl, Fran Villani, Andy O'Reily, Charles Dale, Dr. Ralph Koliner, Pete Axioli, Mike Corgan, Paul McElvaine, Frank Kenpf, lim Kerns, Ioe Giannone, Carl Kneidinger, Len Scullion, Dick Dyer, Bob Mclntire, George Grab, Iim McElhenny, Mike Kelly, Howie Evoy, George Diehl. galil' ze f- ai' we .a'e5'5t "FA-3'-1' Top to Bottom: Thomas Cocchiola, Raymond Mul- ligan, Gregory Liebner, David Kovacks, Robert Seman, Walter Chapla, Iames Nicola, William Wheeler, Daniel Tantino, Michael Korin, Nicholas Ontarato, Michael Catalano, lack Foerst, lack Strasser, Fran Villani, Ciro Napoletano. Officers: Edward Nemeth, Gregory Walters, Rob- ert Anders, Brian Sharkey, Stanley Snarski. Pl TAU SIGMA Candidacy for Pi Tau Sigma, the National Mechanical Engineering Fraternity, is deter- mined by an individuals' potential success and leadership capabilities. The principle function of this organization is the familiarization for students with the many varying facets of mechanical engineering through student- faculty guidlines and programs. lr Tom Prince, Ioe Poplaskio, Tyler Folsom, Lou Moore, Vic Constanzo, Dr. Martin Kleiber, Bob Ulterie, Dr. Iames Brooks, Angela Yuen, Iohn Petrie. Mr. Robert Beck, Dr. Francesco Migliori, Dr. Iames Brooks. PI MU EPSILON Members of Pi Mu Epsilon benefit from the opportunity afforded to explore the principles and advanced application of basic mathe- matical concepts. This Mathematics Honor Society sponsors and encourages a better understanding of this science by means of discussions and many independent research projects. ,avian E n Q 'hm 'B -5, ALPHA SIGMA LAMBDA After over a decade of progressive develop- ment, Alpha Sigma Lambda has maintained the standards it initiated. Not to be ignored, the University College founded this honorary society so that it could supplement and fulfill the needs of those students who cannot matrioulate on a full time basis. Leonard Markford, President Front Row: Thomas Gallen, Ioseph Heim, Thomas Reed, Burt Shotton, Gertrude Evans, Leonard Markford. Back Row: Iohn Evans, Anthony Slikas, Francis Wuzzardo, Angel Cuesta, Will Skillman. an BW! MM SIGMA THETA TAU Villanova's chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, the National Honor Society of Nursing, is Alpha Nu. During its short existence, Alpha Nu has made significant progression to foster high professional nursing standards. Other pur- poses of this organization encourage creative work, develop leadership qualities and streng- then the commitment to the ideals of the nursing profession. Front: Letitia Bleyzges, Susan Van Bourgondien, Mary Ann Kradzinski. Back: Anita Bigatel, Anne Duffy, Mary Ann Echert, Mary Ann Price. ALPHA PSI OMEGA As the National Honorary Dramatic Frater- nity, Alpha Psi Omega selects members for outstanding perofrmances in various fields of dramatics. Promotion for the appreciation of drama on campus comes through cooperation with the Belle Masque Dramatic Society and those students who wish to enhance their own acting ability and interests of dramatics. K 2' pf 's I 1 3. A' 'fv 'Y, Q N.. X 199571 " 'WI -' , . QQ My '14 W kflfxtgf f, IW., x s 5 5 K . - Q 0 n . x E . ' .t 1 1 I l AX W Q X ix, s I, . -at K ? ,,x l x K .X 5 ,x int -1 - 1 ,x 1. n-.. 1 ' N l s .. , , . ' -K.. -5 i ', ,. D3 9.431 . A X A , ff 1' nv , 0 . ' . , 4 . 1 1 E I", i SOCIAL Vt 'A ' cf-- ,,y, f' bww , ' I- ., w my A .Vs,4 N4 V. 'I M , . 3 5 ly YQ x I . , 1 mv-' , sg-'J ,, 52 ' 'H XR Q N ay fi 9 2 Z 9 6 .4- 1 4 e M . , Q Au x AfwPH 4 1' I f" ,fr ffl- inf' K.. me QW 42 Q V4 wk J f'5Ef"Pli+i if 0961: A06 xx QA QM 1 ww Xxx xx Y ' CX ' XX fr NC. Q69 YAXX xi'x0x xX 1 X W Qvmm C ocym 'KQX XC, wha, XHQXX Nxt Nw? QW. , N MY Nx xfxwx 5 YXOXXNQ, . -gxmxcb Y Max xcxz Qvzxxxwksi Nw N 1fffQ0Q,0 NN 'QxQQxwg, 'AX VMN 'Amd xxxvuxcb Mg XAXAWF Qmox 24 XNAQ1, Rx YQBXXQI xxigdc sox XYACX 'A 'VN . 49" 91,1 ' u f diff af' 7 Jn 4 . J. 0 4 . J-x SENIQR WEEKEND l'The measure of a happy life is not from the fewer or more suns we behold, the fewer or more breaths we draw, or meals we repeat, hut from having once lived well, acted our part handsomely, and made our exit cheer- fully." Lord Shaftsbury 38 095 in if 9 6 Y D V L7 A , u " 3 ,h i if l , Q ,.v, .:. 3 :Ly 'Y V ggi: :N 3 nf ' Q IREM "f Q ?:23'2bi:3 0? W U n Ay f 1 gd 3 A ' 4. .5 .JH Sq' 'I K ,23',r,',r, s' w.. r 2 ' J, 4, , F ' 'ff , L' gd 'rr . ,,gi.,g.:,sf N f K' -aw' fff1 .'f5fQ A 21 ' , 'gf " r . l'fg'S,ij2Sf.'i:' ' - , , -Q-fgkisgwsfu' " ,114 Q :QQ-. y1!".!jb' 'Qi .I.HY.' " 41. h . k:'5:T,3:vtg,1? 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The Four Tops came through with a groovy oonoerteepeople dancing every- where. ,E Yr? is 0 if fi' ,Q qv, 1 4-if J ,L ,,,, ml? 247 ...vp J gk i ii Sa? .-. iw V-5,-1"2v'2'-9' xiii K if - 5 - 0.5.9. , . W V . 1-9 f"5?tZfi'Z-Q: '::m5111"Z 5.55 ' 52 ',""ff rigg- .,,f: J." ,Q ,V -'-" 5 1 :5 J' f ..g::1ffg, --:3g::' 95:1-Eiififffii. mi! Axfifii 512111EEE51iZiSiSi frfX - , -':12f1E3::::2E::::"' -1' ,EEE- I K 2aasf2fzafF:1sEi?'t2 :s2 i::1i?:::::1f52g1zg zzgg f ., -ziizgzzelflgzzztz .::::".:::::: 22f2:.::zf5:::::: ::::::-X2i"" 2 g3E:::ff35::::1::::52:1: ,ggggfgff ...mil-':::::"' .zu .,.... V -V13-:g3gf::......,.... ,, ' ' W., E 3' ' 'Sw 1 .I . ff 5. , qv I v U. if ix Inf' 1 O M! .4 fl av' X ' ,-,gi a- 1 . 4 K R- .5 2 14 Wm-iz., X " - af ' Ik. V, Y awk W gm A f , -,M fr We wr ' in ,F 1 f r 4 A , . in , - 1 an ' f af ii H ' Q g Qu 04 K V PM A" 313. ' j " 'H ,ig-lfmwim, M in if - W M , fm' f . A Yea ,,-Q - y, 2 , X ,W x "av 1, . A lg, 1 U 1 Q 5 . x V mf f ,, :AA Y ' UN H W Q- A 1 . , 5' "M ' 1' A 'jf 1 ' " .' ' Q If N, ' 1 0 1- J M L x .5 A f PY A A11 www M Hfffv . 1, -gm rmgs, '2'.q"1gfgje 23. ffs- Med , Wx? 'WL W .f Wfffz? , 'm' 1-Qkkwiali.. fn ,,w. Tri. 7,-.:, 'M ' L. 1: ,-.WM 4 1: mmf- gf, Aw ab l Ut My , ,F aff ze 'i Simi.-I1 K..-'bf Mfg.. Sig ,, as - + X Q .:.X A, ' S N X is ... X 5 A X ,,, Qw" M N' R 53? A -' Q M, ,Q K 4, xxysxi , 'X' " ks Q' Q' X -"' ' x hggssxsf " A . -Q Q :TN Q " , -ff Tfffs' f.. 5 ig, , :,. - , A x I X W Q X When all students are on the verge of hysteria, manic depression, or just plain V.U. blahs, what better panacea than a weekend party. More numer- ous than ever before, parties have temporarily succeeded in alleviating most student's neuroses. Fellow neu- roticsw-Bottoms up! Sigmund Freudf eat your heart out! Mis ,+15"1"f?2-'2.. . ,,,, WW 5'!Ld4g L! 252 v as 4 5. a in if 1 ' + . Y 3, af' A! 5 Z ! llll 8 av 1, 'is xx 'Q C Q I if 3 LL 5 'I Q f ,QQ 'KE Y H J 4 . . if N Af' 'fi Mark Twain once said that he never let his schooling interfere with his education. This yearis series of con- eerts covered the entire spectrum of music: and served, in its own unique way. lo eomplete an education. The soothing classical sounds of the Bos- ton and Cleveland Symphony Orches- tras . . . the snappy and versatile Mitch Miller . . . and finally the soul- searching sounds of the Chambers Brothers provided a rewarding ex- perience for all Villanovans. W IA . Q' A Es 5 256 AW viLlANoyA SJNIVERSITY , lNTEgzcollEglATE music fEsTlvAl . X ar 1 'vs ZFX ,. X ,. ,ii X Quik at-f L The Villanova Festival scene is ten years old. In 1961, the Villanova jazz Festival was a senior class project. In 1970, the Villanova University Inter- collegiate Music Festival draws na- tional interest. 0 'M-nn' -xv --,xxx Uni- XMF is produced by Vdlanova N ' Urector is Xoe versity. The Execuhve x Ohvo. During the past year, Mr. Ohvo has travehad across the country pro- moting the Vdlanova event as one of tudem productions in the Xargest s 'K America. VW' W, gL?,ul"" X s eq. J , ' in--4 A . T21 .Jfx UNDER GRADUATES X X, Q R' vu Q . , M f in .. UNDERGRADUATES Freshman year and the freshman knows every tree on campus by its first name. O.C.'s and "Yes Siri' "No Sir." and "How high Sir?" Second year and reunion of old friendships with the Pie Shoppe. Long hair and all that junk. Boy, aren't the Frosh freaky? Third year and the juniors are cool, calm and collected. After all Uncle Sam still has to wait a year. The magic age of 21.nears. The age of legal drinking and voting. Adult pleasures. Graduation's only a year away now. It'll be tough to leave. ae!! "sw, V, VW . 1+ X I 5 09 ls v ,. 'e2JHf JY .ia C. ' if , 4, , .f 7 -f 'r , . -6 :kan 415 2 A The best Way to secure future happiness is to be as happy as is rightfully possible today. Charles Eliot Q uk UL k ' wwslwwf' J U 3' f ? fx Q Y Q HM m x 5, , N, ' J "Y Y A L , L U , . ,ffm vs 1 .NW"M.. V 'fir as BS ur , 49' w W Q ,,,,,,, 'ff 'K .X " 1 I 4,4 0 if I XXX' i H A A Kmhv M Q A, ,,,, X55 5,30 A N Vpgssqtq, L i V X 'X I - " S' . N fi It f " 5 . 49. J A, H ,J giwgvw ,. .vig Q S. Q 44 13 k , 3 A 3 33' 'Pix f 2 'Q gv- Q , A ,,..,E I ' ff ff? .:.-:fwizwiif glizeew . .15 5. f I 1 x, .. ,li in wlin A Q . ... ,,. we it A ig 5 - lg . . 12 -ri, "H, wif-- , lgyikii VVk:i,,, 1 up -- -1..,f4k ,,.. M- we , 1.W,,i:w, X .k.- if I:-it ' f ,-iii ffiywliiis . -- J,' Aiii- , W. - Q .rsvafiwz ..,,, .W xii ft QTVR Q K . nw'- gss' 'P X Q5 .Q Q v, ..,,,,,, --Q-QL, I X V Rx Q .sr f 2,,,h ,1 , WWI' ,mmwf-HW 'W 4 15:11:21-' ....""".-1 ,f-"' W K ' F' M-.. , 1 1 E GLASS DF 1971 '- TEL' JUNIUH CUSS PA rm .nn an - I E If Ill G90 ST I Hill Sllugpl nsv cnrsm r:1::'f:l,,,mA Iilflf 55.00 Us QQ' ....-.Q' "' 'Hg' 3 Charles Dinsmore, Rev. Ioseph Bradley, Rev. Iames Ryan, Thomas Prince. Martin Elwood, Thomas Boyd, Gene Arthur. WI-lO'S WHO The qualities of leadership, enthusiasm and aca- demic excellence become more easily discernible in a society saturated with apathy. These qualities are traditionally honored on the Villanova Campus through selection in Who's Who. Selection for this distinction is made by a committee of students, fac- ulty, and administration with an emphasis upon service to the University and leadership in student activities. Not Photographed David Miller, Michael Lotito, Kevin Finniran, Edward Kiley, Thomas Tourish, Iohn Walsh, Timothy Connor, Kenneth Walters, Karen Sekerak, Gene Ritti, Iohn Fran- cis, Andrew O'Reilly, Richard Dyer. Rev. Ioseph Bradley, Sammy Sims, Larry Iames, Hardge Davis. Iohn Nadybal, Iohn Casey, Michael Hohenadel. Robert Riva, Rev. I. Gallen, Dennis McMaughlin. Nelson Fernandez, Rev. Ioseph Bradley, Allan Morrison, Robert Moser, Ioseph Reidy. Pierce Butler. 277 W. K. Abrams T. I. Ahern I. M. Alati R. I. Albertini R. A. Alston M. I. Altier R. I. Altmann S. M. Amster C. I. Anastasio R. N. Anders I. A. Anderson K. E. Anderson I. V. Andrews D. B. Anoia R. I. Arbogast N. T. Arena G. T. Arthur I. R. Auld WALTER K. ABRAMS IR.: 61-16 Madison St., Ridgewood, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Football, Mgr.: Sports: Sociological Soc. ' l THOMAS I. AHERN: 266 Fieldborn Dr., Trenton, N.I.: B.A. in Eng.: NROTC. IOHN M. ALATI: 124 Prospect St., Newark, N.I.: B.S.' in Bus. Aim.: Sr. Steering Comm.: Iitra. Sports: Irish Cul- tural Soc.: Spirit Comm.: Finance Soc. RONALD I. ALBERTINI: 153 Rorest Ave., Hudson, Mass.: B.S. in Educ.: C.C.D.: Social Action Comm.: P.S.E.A. ROBERT A. ALSTON: 4533 Loring St., Phila., Pa.: A.B. in Psych. MICHAEL I. ALTIER: 172 Idlewood Rd., Rochester, N.Y.: A.B. in Econ. Pol. Sci.: Econ. Club: Intra. Sports: Lambda Kappa Delta: Photo. Dept. ' RAPHAEL I. ALTMANN: 13450 Lindsay St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: NROTC: NROTC Recreation Comm. Pres. SUZANNE M. AMSTER: 9 Huron Rd., Yonkers, N.Y.: B.S. in Educ.: Social Chairman of Sigma Tau Delta: Lynx: Ori- entation Committee. CAROL I. ANASTASIO: 110 N. Concord Ave., Havertown, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Alpha Xi Delta: Belle Air: Sigma Theta Tau: Ir. and Sr. Nursing Rep. .ROBERT N. ANDERS: 495 Blue Eagle Ave., Harrisburg, Pa.: B.E. in Mech, Engin.: A.S.C.E.: Crew: Intra. Sports: Physics Club: Pi Tau Sigma. ' ' IAMES A. ANDERSON: 201 Iefferson St. N.W., Washing- ton, D.C.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Pres. of Black Students League: Sociological Soc. ' W KENNETH E. ANDERSON: 440 Rotborough Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.E.' in Elec. Enginl: I.E.E.E.: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Villanova Engineer. IOSEPH V. ANDREWS: 2452 Charing Cross Rd., Baldwin, N.Y.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Soccer. DANTE B. ANOIA: 1018 Big Oak Rd., Morrisville, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Music Soc.: Villanova Engineer. RICHARD I. ARBOGAST: 1400 Elliott St., Williamsport, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Acct. Soc.: Basketball Club: Finance Soc.: Market. Soc.: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Spanish Club: Spirit Comm. NICOLA T. ARENA: 19 Beryl Rd., Paoli, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci. ' GENE T. ARTHUR: 6502 Polk St., West New York, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Football: Sr. Class Ollicer-Treasurer: Who's Who. IOHN R. AULD: 3112 Monroe St., Wilmington, Del.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: Intra. Sports. an R. D. Avil P. I. Avioli R. R. Bacci T. I. Barrett I. F. Barszczewski T. I. Bartkowski I. C. Bau is P. I. Benac R. I. Bender W. R. Bennett RICHARD D. AVIL IR.: 1005 Lindale Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Belle Air: Eta Kappa Nu: Inter-Frat. Council: Intra Sports: Tau Beta Pi: Tau Kappa Epsilon-Pres.: Villanova Engineer-Ed. PETER I. AVIOLI: 1438 Sunny Hill Lane, Havertown, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Eta Kappa Nu: Tau Beta Pi: Tau Kappa Epsilon-Vice Pres.: Villanova Engineer-Ed. RAYMOND R. BACCI: 980 Weadley Rd., Radnor, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: NROTC: Delta Pi Mu: Intra Oflicials Assoc. ' ' KENNETH I. BALCHUNAS: 93 W. 26th St., Bayonne, N.I.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: A.S.C.E.: Crew: Intra. Sports: Tau Beta Pi. 'ROBERT P. BARNOSKI: 319 Lorenzo Place, Elmira, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Intra. Sports. EUGENE V. BARR: 4017 Lauriston St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Acct. THOMAS I. BARRETT: 72 Howard Park Dr., Tenaily, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Rugby: Spirit Committee. IOSEPH F. BARSZCZEWSKI: 1646 E. Berko St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: P.S.E.A. THADDEUS I. BARTKOWSKI: 4418 Almond St., Phila., Pa.: A.B. in Psych. K. I. Balchunas R. P. Barnoski E. W. Barr M. I. Beatty A. I. Bele f""'S T. A. Benoit I. E. Berg B. M. Bermingham IOHN C. BAU: 100 Malin Rd., Broomall, Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: Rifle Team: Rugby. MICHAEL 1. BEATTY: 3 winter sr., Northfield, vt.: BIE in Elec. Engin.: Alpha:Phi Omega: I.E.E.E.: Intra. Sports. ANTHONY I. BELE IR.: 1332 Main St., Oberlin, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E. PETER I. BENAC: 99 Spa View Ave., Annapolis, Md.: B.S. in Educ.: International Rel. Soc.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Soc. of Mass Servers 81 Sector's: Veterans Club. ROBERT I. BENDER: 3006 Delatur Ave., Bronx, N.Y.: A.B. in Eng.: Social Action Comm. WILLIAM R. BENNETT: 51 Edgewood Ave., Larchmont, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Rugby: Soc. of Mass Servers 8: Lectors: Wrestling. THOMAS A. BENOIT: 48 Rosemont, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Conservative Club: Crew: K. of C.: Lambda Kappa Delta: Pre Law Society: Acct. Soc: Intra. Sports. IAMES E. BERG: 354 41st St., Brooklyn, N.Y.: A.B. in Hist.: Intra. Sports. BRUCE M. BERMINGHAM: 185 Warrenton Ave., West Hartford, Conn.: B.A. in Humanities: Delta Pi Epsilon: Lacrosse Club: Cheerleader. 279 I 'U tg fm P. A. Bernard I. E. Berning W. I. Bertsch PATRICIA A. BERNARD: 19 Stony Hill Rd., Indian Orchard, Mass. IAMES E. BERNING: 113 Tillotson Rd., Fanwood, NJ.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E., Intra. Sports, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Villanova Engineer. WILLIAM I. BERTSCH: 622 Wallace Dr., Wayne, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Market. Soc., Intra. Sports, Pi Sigma Epsilon. TERRY I. BETTEN: 461 Beverly Rd., Ridgewood, N.I.: B.S. in Commerce 81 Finance: Football, Rugby, Intra. Sports. LEWIS M. BILLET: 6 Donald Ave., Middletown, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Basketball, Bio. Club, Intra. Sports, Sociolo- gical Soc. IOHN M. BINGAMAN: 611 N. 26th St., Reading, Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: Bio. Club, Irish Cultural Soc., Lamda Kappa Delta, Psych. Club, Spanish Club. DOROTHY E. BINGHAM: 724 Edmonds Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Spirit Comm. ROBERT I. BLANCHARD: 92 Summit Rd., Sparta, NJ.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: NROTC, Soph. Steering Comm., Intra. Sports, Pre-Law Soc. CHARLES S. BLICHASZ: 50 Matthews Ave., New Britain, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E., A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports. ANTHONY H. BLISS: 135 N. Euclid Ave., Westfield, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc., Intra. Sports, Rugby. D. E. Bingham R. I Blanchard C. S. Blichasz I I t t 'S 9 .AA if -' I ii' - f S+ S E 2, it , s 5.559 . faq r ' . si.. , -111 -3 , - iiifyfflf- 5 : - k ' T. I. Betten L. M. Billet I. M. Bingaman CARL I. BOCEK: 3400 Duquesne Ave., West Mifflin, Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Pre-Law Soc. SUZANNE I. BOND: 1652 Kenmare Dr., Dresher, Pa.: B.S. in Educ. RICHARD R. BONITO: 90 Linn Ave., Yonkers, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Econ. Club-Sec., Finance Soc., Gamma Phi, I.C.S., Marketing Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon-Sec., Spanish Club. THOMAS F. BONNER: 34 Princeton Rd., Havertown, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports, Villanova Engineer. THOMAS R. BOYD: 5336 Brittany Dr., Clifton Heights, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Football. ANNE M. BOYLE: 30 Parsons Rd., Lincoln Park, NJ.: A.B. in Mod. Lang.: Sr. Class Officer-Secretary, Sr. Steering Comm., Inter-Frat. Council, Sigma Tau Delta, S.G.A., Who's Who. WILLIAM T. BRANNAN: 8 Cole Rd., Cedar Grove, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Irish Cultural Soc., Football. FRANCES A. BRAUNER: 3271 Teesdale St., Phila., Pa.: A.B. in Soc. ANTHONY I. BREIGHNER: 325 Baltimore St., Hanover, Pa.: A.B. in Econ.: Econ. Club, Pol. Union, Spanish Club, Omicron Delta Epsilon. A. H. Bliss C. I. Bocek S. I. Bond ,,-47 dns it 'wgxa .S ggi: 5 1 as R. R. Bonito T. F. Bonner T. R. Boyd A. I. Breighner I. C. Bresnahan K. M. Bretts A. M. Boyle W. T. Brannan F. A. Brauner I. R. Brezski I. A. Brotherston N. AG. Brower 280 R. W. Brown G. D. Bruch P. H. Burke IOHN C. BRESNAHAN: 144 Berkeley St., Lawrence, Mass.: B.A. in Eng.: S.G.A.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Sr. Steering Comm.: Baseball: Delta Pi Mu: Intra. Sports: Villanovan. KENNETH M. BRETTS: 298 Lawrence St., Lawrence, Mass.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Ski Club: Alpha Epsilon Delta. IOSEPH R. BREZSKI: 152 6th Ave., Phoenixville, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Football: Irish Cultural Soc.: Market. Soc. IOHN A. BROTHERSTON: 1524 Willowbrook Lane, Vil- lanova, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E. NEAL G. BROWER: 80 Hollyknoll Dr., Trenton, NJ.: B.S. in Physics: Alpha Phi Omega. ROBERT W. BROWN: 144 Woodlawn Rd., Warminster, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: NROTC. GEORGE D. BRUCH: 117 Radnor Chester Rd., Radnor, Pa.: B.S. in Econ.: NROTC: Pi Sigma Epsilon-Pres.: Econ. Club. PATRICK H. BURKE: 7 Montgomery Terrace, Cape Eliza- beth, Me.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Soccer. PIERCE I. BUTLER, IR.: 1818 E. 73rd St., New York, N.Y.: B.A. in Psych.: Blue Key Soc.: Psych. Club: S.G.A.: Chair- man of Student-Faculty Comm.: Swimming. M. A. Byrnes I. F. Cacciola B. T. Caldwell V. P. I. Bulter Ir. I. E. Buzerak C. S. Byczek IOHN E. BUZERAK: 157 Frederick St., Peekskill, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Bowling: Intra. Sports. CHRISTOPHER S. BYCZEK: 12 Beechwood Dr., Glen Head, N.Y.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports: Orientation Comm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Pre- Law Society. MAUREEN A. BYRNES: 7 Corner St., Scarsdale, N.Y.: B.A. in Eng.: Belle Air. IOSEPH F. CACCIOLA: 588 Carle Rd., Westbury, L.I., N.Y.: A.B. in Psych.: NROTC: Drill Team: Intra Sports: Semper Fidelis. BARRY T. CALDWELL: 3618 Lochearn Dr., Baltimore, Md.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: NROTC: Drill Team: Intra. Sports: Ski Club: Social Action Comm. VIRGINIA A. CAMMARATA: 152 Linden Ave., Kearny, N.I.: B.A. in Eng.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Haveners: Ir. Steering Comm. ROBERT F. CAMPBELL: 119 North Cedar Lane, Upper Darby, Pa.: A.B. in Soc.: Intra Sports: Irish Cultural Soc. PETER A. CAPRIOTTI: 646 W. Broad St., Gibbstown, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Delta Pi Mu: Intra Sports: Market- ing Soc.: Ski Club. A. Cammarata R. F. Campbell P. A. Capriotti L. N. Carideo L. E. Carreras I. L. Casey M. D. Casserly E. Castellanos M. R. Catalano 1 i g :, K C. W. Cavagnaro G. C. Cavanagh I. C. Cavanagh I. I. Cavanagh I. M. Cervoni I. Chan K. K. Chan D. I. Cheli A. M. Cheney LOUIS N. CARIDEO: 1901 S. Broad St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club. LUIS E. CARRERAS: 5043 N. 9th St., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Spanish Club: Drama Club: VISA. IOHN L. CASEY: Corriedale Rd., RD 31, Mt. Wolf, Pa.: B.S. in Math: Soph., Ir., Sr., Steering Comm.: Delta Pi Epsilon: I.C.S.: NROTC: Math Club: Spirit Comm.: Orien- tation Comm. MICHAEL D. CASSERLY: 2823 E. 49th St., Tulsa, Okla.: A.B. in Soc.: C.C.D.: Crew: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Sociological Soc.: WWVU. EDVARDO CASTELLANOS: Sierra de Guadarrama 353, Apt. 3: Lomas, Mex.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Spanish Club: Delta Pi Epsilon: Executive Comm. and Pledgemaster: Shamokinaki. MICHAEL R. CATALANO: 510 Cedar Ave., Scranton, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E.-Treas.: Intra. Sports: Pi Tau Sigma: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Villanova Engineer. CARL W. CAVAGNARO: 1661 Fairmount Ave., Vineland, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Gamma Phi: Intra. Sports: Market- ing Soc.: Pre-Law Soc.: Sociological Soc. GREGORY C. CAVANAUGH: 234 Greenway Terrace, River Edge, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Ac- counting Soc.: Intra. Sports. 282 F. G. Chester R. A. Chidoni C. A. Chinici IAMES C. CAVANAGH: 57 Beckwith St., New London, Conn.: A.B. in Econ.: Sr. Steering Comm.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Orientation Comm.: Econ. Club: I.C.S. E IAMES I. CAVANAGH: 630 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Basketball Club: Intra. Sports: I.C.S.: Market. Soc.: Pi Sigma Epsilon. IOSEPH M. CERVONI: 1 Berry St., Lynbrook, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: NROTC: Intra. Sports. IAMES CHAN: Edgewater Plaza, Bldg. F, Apt. C-13, Nor- ristown, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. KENNETH K. CHAN: 1 Pacer Lane, Norristown, Pa.: B.S. in Physics: Physics Club: V.I.S.A. DAVID I. CHELI: 1346 Adams Ave., Vineland, N.I.: B.S. in Bio. ANNE M. CHENEY: 1267 Rosemont Lane, Abington, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs. FRANK G. CHESTER: 14 S. View Ct., Curle Place, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Baseball: Delta Pi Epsilon: Intra. Olli- cials Assoc.: Intra. Sports: I.C.S.: Villanovan. ROCCO A. CHIDONI: 579 Overton Pl., Long Branch, N.I.: A.B. in Econ.: NROTC: Econ. Club: Intra. Sports: Soccer. CARLO A. CHINICI: 643 Hawarden Rd., Springfield, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: P.S.E.A.: Intra. Sports. THOMAS I. CHMIELEWSKI: 338 Central Ave., Iersey City, N.I.: B.S. in Educ.: Football, Tau Kappa Epsilon. IOSEPH E. CHOQUETTE: 523 Hamilton Ave., Trenton, N.I.: A.B. in Psych.: Intra. Sports, Psych. Club, Soccer. IOHN M. CHRISTMAN: 24 Blake Ave., Cranford, N.I.: B.E. in Civil Engin. MARY ANN CIBOTTI: 206 Cherry Hill Lane, Broomall, Pa.: B.A. in Eng.: Alpha Xi Delta-Iournalist Correspondent, Hockey, Villanovan-Press Sec. ION L. CIPYAK: 241 E. Ridge St., Lansford, Pa.: B.S. in Math.: Intra. Sports, Irish Cultural Soc., Math Club. ION A. CLARK: 427 M. View Terrace, Dunellen, N.I.: B.A. in Econ.: Intra. Sports, Pi Sigma Epsilon. THOMAS COCCHIOLA: 12 Knox Pl., Natley, N.I.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports, Pi Tau Sigma. GEORGE B. COCKS: 104 Park Ave., Port Washington, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Intra. Sports. IOHN I. COHEN: 403 W. 8th St., Lansdale, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E. STEPHEN A. COLL: 122 McKinley Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. SSS", RALPH F. COLOMBINO IR.: 23 Orient St., Warwick, R.I.: B.S. in Math. CHARLES P. CONNOLLY: 213 Walnut Pl., Havertown, Pa.: A.B. in Econ.: Alpha Phi Omega, Economics Club, Pre-Law Soc., Intra. Sports. TIMOTHY I. CONNOR: 394 S. Columbia Ave., Columbus, Ohio: A.B. in Soc.: Villanovan, Ed., Sociological Soc., Pres., Spanish Club, Honors Council, Delta Pi Mu, S.G.A., Phil. Club. IANE H. CONSERVA: 412 Conestoga Rd., St. David's, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs. IOHN I. CONSIDINE: 1428 Lakeview Dr., Lake Worth, Fla.: B.A. in Humanities: S.G.A., Student-Faculty Comm., Young Democrats, Pol. Union, Villanovan, WWVU, Grad- uate Theatre. HARRY M. COOLEY: 10 Trenton Ave., Frenchtown, N.I.: B.S. in Educ. PETER L. COPLIN: 975 Park Ave., Elizabeth, N.I.: B.S. in Bio.: Univ. Marching Band, Villanovan. ANDREW P. CORCORAN: 1925 E. Market St., York, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Alpha Phi Omega-Exec. Board, Intra. Sports. 5? 15" T. I. Chmielewski I. E. Choquette I. M. Christman M. A. Cibotti I. L. Cipyak I. A. Clark T. Cocchiola G. E. Cocks I. I. Cohen S. A. Coll R. F. Colombino Ir. C. P. Connolly A04 T. I. Connor I. H. Conserva I. I. Considine H. M. Cooley P. L. Coplin A. F. Corcoran 283 . iq 1 5 'QB Q W E' sy- ' 35' . 1 77, B' , .-2. ' 'L-. - a , , ' 1" , ' 5 M. A. Corgan A. M. Corrigan I. I. Coughlin A' -5' D. R. Creamer I. E. Crotty P. H. Crotty SQA I. P. Courtney B. I. Cowen E. P. Cramer G. A. Cuochi T. M. Cunningham G. S. Curran 1.2 -2. -- to M. I. Cutler V. M. Dadamo I. I. Daddario Ir. C. I. D'Agostini R. C. Dahill Ir. W. I. Dailey MICHAEL A. CORGAN: 34 Park Pl., Kingston, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E., Spirit Comm., Social Action Comm. ANN M. CORRIGAN: 10 Capewell Dr., Bloomfield, Conn.: B.S. in Nurs.: Sr. Steering Comm., Ir. Steering Comm., Belle Air-Sr. Editor, Sigma Tau Delta, Inter-Frat. Council- Sec. IAMES I. COUGHLIN: 35 Orvis Rd., Arlington, Mass.: A.B. in Soc. Sci. IAMES P. COURTNEY: 12 Sleepy Hollow Rd., Red Bank, N.I.: A.B. in Hist.: NROTCg Belle Air, Cheerleader, Intra. Sports, Semper Fidelis, Spirit Comm. BARRY I. COWEN: 890 Belle Ave., Teaneck, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports, Spirit Comm. EDWARD P. CRAMER: 22 Barbara Dr., Springfield, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin. DONALD R. CREAMER: 381 Warren Dr., Wayne, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Basketball Club, Intra. Sports, Irish Cultural Soc., Market. Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon. IAMES E. CROTTY: 779 Garfield Ave., Ardsley, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Gamma Phi. 284 PATRICK H. CROTTY: 4995 Williams Ave., La Mesa, Calif.: B.E .in Mech. Engin.: Intra. Sports, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Villanova Engineer, WWVU. GREGORY CUCHI: 404 Blythe Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E. TERRENCE M. CUNNINGHAM: 143 Watchung Ave., W. Orange, N.I.: B.S. in Educ.: Football, Irish Cultural Soc. GERARD S. CURRAN: 2831 Bay Dr., Merrick, N.Y.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports, Villanova Engineer, Tau Kappa Epsilon. MICHAEL I. CUTLER: 71 Murray St., Middletown, Conn.: B.A. in Psych: NROTC, K. of C., Kappi Chi, Psych. Club, Univ. Marching Band, Univ. Concert Band. VINCENT M. DADAMO: 243 Monument Ave., Malvern, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Mu Lambda Chi, Intra. Sports. IOHN I. DADDARIO IR.: 102 Capen St., Windsor, Conn.: B.A. in Eng. CHARLES I. D'AGOSTINI: 129 Sunset Ave., Newark, N.I.: AB. in Soc. Sci.: Football, Intra. Sports. ROBERT C. DAHILL IR.: 15 Fulton Pl., West Hartford, Conn.: B.A. in Soc. Sci. WILLIAM DAILEY: 29520 Valley View Dr., Wickliffe, Ohio: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Football, Lambda Kappa Delta. dddi :ss in gs. .fa C. I. Dale S. B. Dalton E. C. Daly M. I. Danaher R. L. Dashner H. Davis Ir. I. M. Davis I. N. Davison I. I. Day R. A. DeBernardis M. F. De Carlo M. I. De Ceia I. G. Decker C. T. Dee N. F. Deighan D. A. De Lalio I. T. Delehanty I. M. De Luca CHARLES I. DALE: 517 Cherry Tree Rd., Chester, Pa.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: NROTC: A.I.C.H.E.: Intra. Sports. SEAN B. DALTON: 24 Lennox Dr., New Shrewsbury, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci. EDWARD C. DALY: 83 White Plains Rd., Bronxville, N.Y.: B.A. in Humanities: Conservative Club: Intra. Sports: Ski Club. MICHAEL I. DANAHER: 469 7th Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y.: B.S. in Educ.: Football: Irish Cultural Soc.: Soph. Steering Comm.: P.S.E.A. RICHARD L. DASHNER: 6501 Persimmon Tree Rd., Beth- esda, Md.: B.A. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: K. of C.: Mar- ket Soc.: Music Soc.: Pre-Law Soc. HARDGE DAVIS IR.: 71 Forest St., Montclair, N.I.: A.B. in Econ.: Black Student League: Student Government Asso- ciation: Omega Psi Phi: Track: Social Action Comm. IAMES M. DAVIS: 1025 Washington St., Marcus Hook, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Intra Sports: Pol. Union: Pre-Law Soc.: I.C.G. IRENE N. DAVISON: 820 So. Main St.: WilkesBarre, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Belle Air: Inter.-Frat. Council: Sigma Tau Delta-Pres.: Blue Key. IOSEPH I. DAY: 3502 Grant Ave., Phila., Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: NROTC: Alpha Phi Omega: Intra. Sports: Psych. Club: Ski Club. ROBERT A. DE BERNARDIS: 3501 Ieifrey St., Silver Spring, Md.: A.B. in Soc.: Alpha Phi Omega: Intra. Sports: K. of C.: Kappa Chi-Pres.: Inter-Frat. Council. MARK F. DE CARLO: 614 Evans Rd., Springfield, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Spirit Comm. MANUEL I. DE CEIA: 1034 Hellertown Rd., Bethlehem, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Soccer: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Intra. Sports. IOHN G. DECKER: 1827 Main St., Newington, Conn.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Hist. Club: Intra. Sports: Pre-Law Soc.: Shamokinaki: Spanish Club. CINDY T. DEE: 100 So. Carol Blvd., Upper Darby, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.-Bio.: Alpha Xi Delta. NEIL F. DEIGHAN: 511 Stratford Ave., Westmont, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Astron. Soc.: Lambda Kappa Delta: Villa- nova Investments. DELLA A. DE LALIO: Merritt Rd., Farmingdale, N.Y.: B.S. in Nurs.: Alpha Xi Delta: Cheerleader: Student Court. IOHN T. DELEHANTY: 113 W. Diamond Ave., Hazleton, Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Blue Key Soc.: Bio. Club: Mendel Bulle- tin: Student Court. IOHN M. DE LUCA: 11 Campbell Ave., Havertown, Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci. 285 T. I. De Luca D. C. Denise M. F. Dennis THOMAS I. DE LUCA: 639 Huntington Rd.: Bridgeport, Conn.: B.S. in Bio.: Ir. Steering Comm.: I.I.F.: Intra. Sports: Lambda Kappa Delta: Shamokinaki: Univ. Marching Band. DAVID C. DENISE: 816 W. Market St., Bethlehem, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Marketing Soc.: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Rugby. MICHAEL F. DENNIS: B.A. in Mod. Lang. WILLIAM M. DENNY: 30 Tenby Rd., Havertown, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Villanova Engineer. EUGENIA B. DESMOND: 36-33 165th St., Flushing, N.Y.: B.S. in Nurs.: Sigma Theta Tau. MARYANN T. D'ESPOSITO: 1606 Ave. N., Brooklyn, N.Y.: B.A. in Hist.: Soph. Steering Comm. IANICE M. DEXTER: 18 Silver Brook Rd., Westport, Conn.: B.S. in Educ.: Belle Masque: Lynx: Sigma Tau Delta. RONALD I. DICKENS: 1010 Elsinore Pl., Chester, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E. GEORGE FRANCIS DIEHL: 4433 Aberdale Rd., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: NROTC: A.I.C.H.E.: Belle Air: Intra. Sports: Tau Beta Pi: Tau Kappa Epsilon: SGA Rep- I. M. Dexter R. I. Dickens G. F. Diehl W. M. Denny E. B. Desmond M. T. D'Esposito RICHARD D. DIENNA: 6 Queens Ave., Malvern, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. NEIL S. DIGRIS: 156 May St., Naugatuck, Conn.: B.S. in Educ.: Swimming: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Inter. Frat. Coun- cil: K. of C. DAVID A. DI GUGLIELMO: 2524 Avon Rd., Ardmore, Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: Psych. Club: Pre-Law Soc. WILLIAM M. DINAN: 11 Druid Ave., Dumont, NJ.: B.S. in Physics: Soph. Steering Comm.: Orientation Comm.: Physics Club: Irish Cultural Soc.: Intra. Sports. CHARLES B. DINSMORE: 1013 Harper Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Ir. Steering Comm.: 1970 Class Book: Pol. Union: I.C.G.: Blue Key Soc.: Villanova Investment Club. KENNETH I. DIRSA: 480 Kennedy Blvd., Bayonne, NJ.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E. MICHAEL A. DI VERNIERI: 85 Campbell St., Red Bank, N.I.: B.A. in Humanities: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Villanova Singers. VINCENT I. DI YENNO: 4115 Pilgrim Rd., Plymouth Meet- ing, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc. IAMES c. DOLCE: 84 Highland Rd., Rye, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Hockey: Intra. Sports: Soc. Club: Wrestling. R. D. Dienna N. S. Digris D. A. Di Guglielmo W. M. Dinan C. B. Dinsmore K. I. Dirsa M. A. Di Vernieri V. I. Di Yenno I. C. Doloce E. I. Donahue I. I. Donahue A. I. Donatoni T. A. Donohue I. I. Donovan M. I. Doody 'x aw- , Url. ef-...,: fn... L. I. Dooley M. G. Dorman I. E. Dougherty L. I. Dreiss Ir. M. G. Dudak G. V. Duffy EDWARD I. DONAHUE: 6531 Montour St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: NROTC: Quarter Deck Soc.: A.I.Ch.E.: Wildcat. IOHN I. DONAHUE: 19 Croton Rd., Wayne, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: Basketball: Intra. Sports. ANTHONY I. DONATONI: 123 Hill St., Rockaway, N.I.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: NROTC: A.S.Ch.E. ITreasurerI: Intra. Sports: Rifle Team. THOMAS A. DONOHUE: 416 W. Ave., Ienkintown, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E.: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Vil- lanova Engineer: Intra. Sports. IOSEPH I. DONOVAN: 624 Shadeland Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: Alpha Phi Omega: Psych. Club: Young Amer. for Freedom. MICHAEL I. DOODY: 1067 Rosegold St., Franklin Sq., N.Y.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Soph. Float Comm.: K. of C. LAWRENCE I. DOOLEY: 128 No. Essex Ave., Orange, N.I.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: NROTC: Beta Gamma Soc. MICHAEL G. DORMAN: 3031 Market Ave., Canton, Ohio: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: Baseball: Intra. Sports. IAMES E. DOUGHERTY: 606 Tyson Dr., Falls Church, Va.: B.S. in Bio.: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Alpha Phi Omega: Basketball Club: Bio. Club: Intra. Sports. R. A. Duffy W. A. Duncanson E. I. Dunn dns" Q- LOUIS I. DREISS IR.: 814 18th St., Union City, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Sr. Steering Comm.: Acct. Soc.: Inter-Frat. Coun- cil: Intra. Sports: Tau Kappa Epsilon. MICHAEL G. DUDAK: Maple Terrace, Hibernia, N.I.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club: Rifle Team: Intra Sports: I.C.S. GERARD V. DUFFY: 495 Lakeview Pk., Rochester, N.Y.: B.A. in Econ.: Econ. Club: Intra. Sports: N.F.C.C.S.: S.A.C. RAYMOND A. DUFFY: 288 Pidgeon Hill Rd., Huntington, N.Y.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: NROTC: Intra. Sports: I.C.S.: Math Club: Basketball Club. WILLIAM A. DUNCANSON: 199 Howard St., Dumont, N.I.: B.A. in Pol. Sci. EDWARD I. DUNN: 646 W. Chester St., Long Beach, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Basketball: Intra. Sports. PHILIP C. DUNN: George St., Middletown, Conn.: A.B. in Soc.: Delta Pi Mu: Inter-Frat Council: Intra Sports: Belle Air: Villanovan: Sociological Soc. THOMAS M. DUNN: 146 Brookdale Ave., Newark, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Finance Soc.: Irish Cul- tural Soc. EDWARD I. DUNNE: 646 School Line Dr., King of Prussia, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Alpha Phi Omega. l'. C. Dunn T. M. Dunn E. I. Dunne E. F. Duschock C. P. Dwyer R. P. Dyer Qin-0 . N-0 A , ini Q Q.. .X .EEE g. 1 - K -sq ' I - f K A. I. Einstein E. A. Eisenhower N. Elasfari P. G. Esterheld H. D. Evoy I. I. Fahy EDWARD F. DUSCHOCK: 473 Amboy Ave., Perth Amboy, NJ.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Crew: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Soccer: Karate Club. CHRISTOPHER P. DWYER: 414 No. Arlington Ave., E. Orange, NJ.: B.S. in Educ.: Irish Cultural Soc.: K. of C.: Intra. Sports: P.S.E.A. RICHARD P. DYER: 33 Bennington Rd., Livingston, NJ.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.L.E.: Belle Air: Inter-Frat Council: Intra. Sports: Lambda Kappa Delta: Tau Beta Pi. IOSE M. ECHEUARRIA: Box 9975, Santuree, Puerto Rico: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Finance Soc.: Intra. Sports: Spanish Club. MARY ANN ECKERT: 1434 Pine St., Norristown, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Girls Basketball: Sigma Theta Tau. GARRETT D. EDWARDS: 1702 Cody Dr., Silver Springs, Md.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Belle Air: Intra. Sports. ALAN I. EINSTEIN: 645 Overhill Rd., Ardmore, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. EDWARD A. EISENHOWER: 3910 Romig Ave., Reading, Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Basketball Club: Bio. Club: Lambda Kappa Delta. NIHAD ELASFARI: 135 Conestoga Rd., Wayne, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin. 288 I. M. Echeuarria M. A. Eckert G. D. Edwards I. I. Eller M. P. Elwood I. C. Emerson N x L P545 sf 3 L If " "ui,-f. , .J y D. Falcone F. E. Falcone W. F. Fallon IAMES I. ELLER: 406 Rutherford Ave., Lyndhurst, NJ.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc. MARTIN P. ELWOOD: 45 66th St., West New York, NJ.: A.B. in Soc: Sr. Class Vice-Pres.: Ir. Class Vice-Pres.: Football: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Irish Cultural Soc.: Whois Who. IAMES C. EMERSON: 13451 Philmont Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.: B.A. in Marketing: Intra. Sports. PAUL G. ESTERHELD: Tally Ho Road, Ridgefield, Conn.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Intra. Sports. HOWARD D. EVOY: Apt. C-13 Penzel Hazarth Apts., Upper Darby, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E., Vice Pres.: Baseball: Intra. Sports: Soccer: Tau Beta Pi: Tau Kappa Epsilon. IOHN I. FAHY: 9002 Ft. Hamilton Pkwy, Brooklyn, N.Y.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Karate Club. DOMENICO FALCONE: 409 Sugartown Rd., Wayne, Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Spirit Comm. FRANK E. FALCONE: 502 Strawbridge Ave., Westmont, N.I.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: Naval Reserve Oflicers Training Corps: Intra. Sports: A.S.C.E. WILLIAM F. FALLON: 28 Sharon Ct., Metuchen, NJ.: A.B. in Psych.: NROTC: Conservative Club: Pol. Union: Psych. Club. ROBERT E. FARLEY: 101 Ocean Ave., Massapequa, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Ski Club: Univ. Marching Band: Bas- ketball Club. BARRY R. FAUST: 142 Norfolk Ave., Egg Harbor, NJ.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: Intra. Sports: A.S.C.E. EARL R. FEARNSIDE: 425 Hamilton St., Albany, N.Y.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Basketball Club: Intra. Sports: Spirit Comm.: WWVU. RICHARD P. FEHL: 860 Wesley St., Baldwin, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Crew: Lambda Kappa Delta. PERRY H. FERGUSON: 1500 Lingatz Lane, Santa Barbara, Calif.: A.B. in Hist., B.S. in Acc.: NROTC: Drill Team: Quarter Deck Soc.: Photo Dept.: Pre-Law Soc.: Semper Fidelis. , IANE H. FERGUSSON: 217 Pennswood Rd., Bryn Mawr, Pa.: B.A. in Art. IOAQUIN M. FERNANDEZ: 550 Cuevillas St., Santurce, Puerto Rico: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Spanish Club, V. Pres. ROBERT M. FERRERA: 218 Hardwicke Lane, Villanova, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: Pol. Union: Villanovan: Karate Club: Sons of Italy: Young Americans for Freedom: Young Democrats. IOHN T. FIELDS: Box 1, Fitchville Rd., Fitchville, Conn.: B.S. in Educ.: K. of C.: PSEA: Irish Cultural Soc. ALICE A. FINORE: 304 Bethlehem Pike, Ambler, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Belle Air, Exchange Editor: Inter-Frat. Council: Alpha Xi Delta: Girl's Basketball. IAMES A. FIOROLI: 585 Nassau Ave., Paulsboro, NJ.: B.S. in Soc. Sci. Econ. VINCENT L. FISCHER IR.: 742 Plane St., Columbia, Pa.: A.B. in Hist.: NROTC: Drill Team: Hist. Club: Semper Fidelis. IEROME H. FITTS: Hillside Rd., Dauphin, Pa.: A.B. in Hist.: Hist. Club. IOHN D. FITZGERALD: 23 Williamsburg Terrace, Skokie, Ill.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Intra. Sports: Swimming Team, Co-Captain. MARGARET M. FITZPATRICK: 692 Mueller Rd., War- minster, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs. DENNIS I. FLANNELLY: 812 Ellis Ave., Newtown Square, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Sr. Steering Comm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Marketing Soc.: Ski Club. TYLER C. FOLSOM: 15016 SE 51st St., Bellevue, Wash.: B.S. in Math.: Math Club: Univ. Marching Band: Univ. Concert Band. ANTHONY S. FONG: 516 Lotus House, So Uk Estate, Kowloon, Hong Kong: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Tau Beta Pi, Sec.: Eta Kappa Nu, V. Pres.: I.E.E.E. R. E. Farley B. R. Faust E. R. Fearnside R. P. Fehl P. H. Ferguson I. H. Fergusson I. M. Fernandez R. M. Ferrera I. T. Fields x . K fvk rf-78 A. A. Finore I. A. Fioroli V. L. Fischer is wig - ,"1 ,,a- I - ' .2 . L. X X ,, w s X N X I. H. Fitts I. D. Fitzgerald M. M. Fitzpatrick D. I. Flannelly T. C. Folsom A. S. Fong 289 495' 1-s R. C. Forcier E. R. Forcino R. A. Forrester I. E. Frackowiak I. D. Franceschi I. P. Francis R. R. Franks T. K. Frasier R. E. French . N., . . f ... Wwe ...,...,.....S A .rre 111 ns: P. W. Fritz S. F. Frompovicz I. I. Fuery W. G. Furlong G. S. Gadren G. S. Gadren RICHARD C. FORCIER: 94 Broad Pl., Bristol, Conn.: B.S. in Math.: K. of C.: WWVU Business Manager: Ski Club: Swimming: Kappa Chi: Villanova Singers. ERNEST R. FORCINO: 89 Court Dr., Shrewsbury, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Belle Air: Delta Pi Mug Intramural Officials Soc.: Intra. Sports: Villanovan: Sociological Soc. ROBERT A. FORRESTER: 2004 Murray St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: NROTCg Drill Team: Finance Soc.: Semper Fidelis. IOSEPH E. FRACKOWIAK: School House Rd., Gwynedd Valley, Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: Pol. Union: Psych. Club: VISA. IUAN D. FRANCESCHI: Qta. Gisela- Av. Araguaneyes- Chuad, Caracas, Venezuela: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Soccer: Spanish Club: VISA: Drama Club. IOHN P. FRANCIS: 20 Rowe St., Milton, Mass.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Senior Class Pres.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Delta Pi Epsilon: Lacrosse: Intra. Sports: I.C.S.: Who's Who. ROBERT R. FRANKS: 1174 Woodcrest Dr., Vineland, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Intra. Sports: Sociological Soc. THOMAS K. FRASIER: 11 Braxton Rd., Rosemont, Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: A.Ch.S.: Univ. Marching Band: Univ. Con- cert Bandg Intra. Sports. 290 -i. G. G. Galey D. G. Gallagher I. M. Gallagher ROBERT E. FRENCH: 38 Ash St., Valley Stream, L.I., N.Y.: A.B. in Econ.: Econ. Club. PETER W. FRITZ: 22 Verly Ct., Bethpage, N.Y.: B.S. in Math.: NROTC. STANLEY F. FROMPOVICZ: Beechwood Ave., Marlin, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.g Inter-Frat Council: Lambda Chi Alpha, V. Pres. IOHN I. FUERY: 272 Green St., Woodbridge, N.I.: B.S. in Educ.: Crew: K. of C.: Irish Cultural Soc.: P.S.E.A. WILLIAM G. FURLONG: 62 Forest Grove Dr., Willow- dale, Ontario, Canada: B.A. in Econ.: Crew, Pres.: Intra. Oflicials Assoc.: Intra. Sports: Spanish Club. GARY S. GADREN: 153 W. Cedar Ave., Oaklyn, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: Pi Sigma Epsilon. GEORGE S. GADREN: 153 W. Cedar Ave., Oaklyn, N.I.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Belle Air: Soph Steering Comm: A.S.M.E.g Sr. Steering Comm. GEORGE G. GALEY: 4217 Bethel Rd., Boothwyn, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc., Treas.g Kappi Chi: K. of C. D'ARCY G. GALLAGHER: 9819 Cahart Pl., Silver Spring, Md.: A.B. in Soc.: Delta Pi Mug Intra. Sports: Lacrose: Sociological Soc. IAMES M. GALLAGHER: 1343 S. 54th St., Phila, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: Intra Sports. M. W. Galliers Ir. E. W. Galloway D. P. Garbo P. I. Geonnotti M. E. Gerepka F. W. Gerland ?' L. C. Garcia M. A. Garvey T. G. Gasparenas - f R. L. Gerosa F. S. Giacobbe I. A. Giancola f. it C. V. Giannasio I. M. Giannone I. A. Giannovario M. P. Gigliotti P. I. Gilligan D. P. Girondo MARSHALL W. GALLIERS IR.: 78 Oxford Pl., Glen Rock, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: K. of C., Treas.: Kappa Chi: Ski Club. EDWARD W. GALLOWAY: 21 Kimberly Rd., Pittsford, N.Y.: B.S. in Math: Soph., Ir. Steering Comm.: Irish Cultural Soc.: K. of C.: Lambda Kappa Delta: Shamokinaki. DENIS P. GARBO: 48 Lester Ave., Freeport, N.Y.: A.B. in Econ.: Villanova Singers-Alumni Representative: Spires: Econ. Club: Young Republicans. LUIS C. GARCIA: Galvan 316, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: B.S. in Bus. Adm. MICHAEL A. GARVEY: 18 Myrtle St., Cranford, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Marketing Soc.: Track. THOMAS G. GASPARENAS: 810 5th St., Delran, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: NROTC: Drill Team: Semper Fidelis.. PETER I. GEONNOTTI: 444 North 65th St.: Phila., Pa.: B.A. in Humanities. MARCIA E. GEREPKA: 346 Adeline St., Trenton, N.I.: B.S. in Nurs.: Belle Air: Sigma Tau Delta: Sigma Theta Tau. FREDERICK W. GERLAND: 2574 Hillcrest Rd., Drexel Hill. Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Intra. Sports: Spirit Comm.: Shomokinaki: Conservative Club. ROBERT L. GEROSA: 15 Wilcox Ave., Yonkers, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Market. Soc.: Intra. Sports. F. SCOTT GIACOBBE: Collegeville Rd., Skippack, Pa.: B.E. in Mech Engin.: A.S.M.E. IOSEPH A. GIANCOLA: 70 West Hill Rd., Stamford, Conn.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: NROTC: Pi Sigma Epsilon. CHARLES V. GIANNASIO: 4 Nassau Blvd., Garden City, N.Y.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club, Vice-Pres.: Intra. Sports: Alpha Epsilon Delta. IOSEPH M. GIANNONE: 3 Sherman Dr., Syosset, N.Y.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: Soph. Steering Comm.: A.S.C.E.: Basketball Club: Social Action Comm.: S.G.A. rep. in A.S.C.E. IOSEPH A. GIANNOVARIO: 511 Harriet Lane, Haver- town, Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: Rifle Team: A.Ch.S.: Irish Cultural Soc. MICHAEL P. GIGLIOTTI: 417 Penna. Ave., Avondale, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E.: Villanova Engineer: WWVU. PAUL I. GILLIGAN: 220 Pickwick Rd., Havertown, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: NROTC: Alpha Phi Omega: Football: Intra. Sports: Pre-Law Soc. DOMINIC P. GIRONDO: Mt. Pleasant Ave 8: Cedar Lane, Ambler, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E.: Villanova Engineer: WWVU. 15 D. D. Gittens N. W. Givey D. F. Glackin DAVID D. GITTENS: 10th E. Spur, Port Washington, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Finance Soc.: Intra. Sports: Lambda Kappa Delta, Treas. NEAL W. GIVEY: 660 Monroe Ave., Ardsley, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.. Sec, Pres.: Gammi Phi. DENNIS F. GLACKIN: Rd 2 Columbus Rd., Burlington, NJ.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Delta Pi Mu: Intra. Officials Assoc.: Intra. Sports: Villanovan. THOMAS F. GLANCEY: 102 N. Black Friar Rd., Rose- mont, Pa.: B.S. in Acct. DONALD I. GLEASON: 8 Winter Lane, Dix Hills, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc.: Delta Pi Epsilon, Treas., Pres.: Intra-Frat Council: Intra. Sports: Psych Club: Soccer: Spanish Club. THOMAS W. GLENN: 438 Brookwood Rd., Wayne, Pa.: B.S. in Bus.: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Intra. Sports. DAVID C. GOBEL: 928 E. Walnut St., Hanover, Pa.: B.A. in Psych.: Belle Masque: Pol. Union: Psych Club: Villanovan. T. GARY GOLDBERG: 641 Ayers Ave., N. Plainfield, N.I.: A.B. in Soc.: Intra. Sports: Sociological Soc.: Irish Cultural Soc. ROBERT W. GOLDSCI-IMIDT: 455 Irvington Rd., Drexel Hill. Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Swimming. T. F. Glancey D. I. Gleason T. W. Glenn WILLIAM P. GORMAN: 47 Center St., Hoosick Falls. N.Y.: B.A. in Hist.: Pol. Union: History Club. STANLEY F. GRABOWSKI: R.D.4i1, Box 85, Kinzers. Pa.: A.B. in Soc.: Pre-Law Soc.: Sociological Soc.: Villa- nova Singers: Snires: Young Republicans: S.G.A. IOSEPH S. GRACI: 6340 Dicks Ave.. Phila. Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin. WAYNE W. GREGUS: 18 Rosewood Pl., Elizabeth, NJ.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: Intra. Sports. WILLIAM GRIBBLE: 44 Forest Rd., Springfield, Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club: Intra. Sports: K. of C. ROBERT G. GUARINI: 461 Steeplechase Dr., Rose Tree. Media. Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Lambda Kappa Delta: Photo. Dept.: Physics Club: Villanova Engineer. MICHAEL GULLOTTI: 2017 So. 23rd St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club: Delta Epsilon Sigma: Alpha Epsilon Delta. IAMES P. GUNNING: 20 Conyingham Ave. Staten Island, N.Y.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc. ROBERT S. GWIN IR.: 221 Bailey Rd., Rosemont, Pa.: B.A. in Acct.: N.F.C.C.S.: Soc. of Mass Servers 81 Lectors: Alpha Phi Omega. Treas.: Acct. Soc.: Pol. Union. PATRICK I. HAGAN: 228 E. Durham St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: A. Ch. S.: S.G.A. D. C. Gobel T. G. Goldberg R. W. Goldschmidt W. P. Gorman S. F. Grabowski I. S. Graci K f W. W. Gregus W. I. Gribble R. G. Guarini P. I. Hagan T. E. Haggerty I. L. Halasz M. I. Gullotti I. P. Gunning R. S. Gwin Ir. R. T. Haley D. M. Hallerman M. I. Halston 292 - , . me ., M . Qi p A "' 1 is-'T s... A . s.. N' N1 l 5 , f i ,SQ X x . t Wm: . G. I. S. Hammer W. R. Hansell R. T. Hanson M. M. Harbourt A. E. Haring W. K. Harris TIMOTHY E. HAGGERTY: 314 A Brighton Aims, Neptune City, N.I.: A.B. in Hist.: Intra. Sports, Irish Culture Soc. ION L. HALASZ: 97 Partrick Rd., Westport, Conn.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Crew, Pre-Law Soc., Sociology Club, Univ. Marching Band, Univ. Concert Band. ROGER T. HALEY: 850 Park Ave., Trenton, N.I.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Delta Pi Mu, Intra. Sports, Pol. Union, Pre-Law Soc., Shamokinaki, Villanovan, Sports Editor.. DENNIS M. HALLERMAN: 200 W. Willetta Dr., Rich- mond, Va.: B.A. in Hist.: K. of C., Intra. Sports, Irish Cultural Soc., Hist. Club, Kappa Chi, Basketball Club. MICHAEL I. HALSTON: 34 Cambridge Ave., Garden City, N.Y.: B.A. in Humanities: K. of C., Spanish Club, Kappa Chi, Basketball Club, Scuba Club, Intra. Sports. GREGORY I. S. HAMMER: 136 Beach St., Iersey City, N.I.: B.A. in Humanities: Photo. Dept., Ir. Class Year- book Comm. WILLIAM R. HANSELL: 44 Ann Rd., Broomall, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: NROTC, Drill Team, I.E.E.E., Eta Kappa Nu. ROBERT T. HANSON: 689 Lancing Rd., Woodbury, N.I.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: NROTC: Drill Team. MARK M. HARBOURT: 118 Waverly Pl., Trenton, N.I.: B.S. in Econ.: Econ. Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon-S.G.A. Rep., Soccer, Co-Captain. ALEXANDER E. HARING: 313 Westview Ave., Leonia, N.I.: B.E. Mech Engin.: A.S.M.E., Intra. Sports, Spanish Club, Villanova Engineer. WILLIAM K. HARRIS: 14 Country Club Dr., Larchmont, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus Adm.: NROTC, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Intra. Sports, WWVU, Villanova Singers. ROBERT A. HARRISON: 78 Pleasan Dr., Cheshire, Conn.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: NROTC, Lacrosse Club, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Pres., Fresh. Swim. Team. RICHARD T. HARTER: 8 Plymouth Rd., Chatham, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Soph. Steering Committee, Intra. Offi- cials Assoc., Market Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon, Spirit Comm. THOMAS M. HARTMAN: 312 W. Fisher Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E. RAYMOND A. HARTUNG: 2403 High Oak Dr., Pittsburgh, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc., Gamma Phe, Pres., Soc. of Mass Servers 81 Lecturers: S.G.A., Villanova Entrepreneur. EDMOND G. HARTWICH: 1111 Gravel Pike, Cornwells Hts., Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: NROTC, THOMAS P. HAUGHEY: 805 Markham Pl., Springfield, Pa.: B.S. in Econ.: Econ. Soc., Intra. Sports. R. A. Harrison R. T. Harter T. M. Hartman E. G. Hartwich R. A. Hartung T. P. Haughey W 3 -. . . ,, Axes .X g r . JF' 159 'YQ' Wu. ,Y i4 km R. W. Hawthorne M. F. Hayes G. M. Heininger D. M. Heist R. C. Hennerbry I. T. Hess . si. is K XS Q gf ., Q 2 :s3s::.XNr:'a v i I. . :H ::- it RQ C. S. Hill G. Hiotis I. H. Hogan M. I. Hohenadel G. M. Hooper R. P. Horgos N. F. Horn P. S. Horos T. C. Horvath R. WAYNE HAWTHORNE: 205 Willerr Rd., Glenshaw, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Market. Soc. MARTIN F. HAYES: 1041 Saxon Court, Spring Hill, Fla.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports: K. of C.: Pol. Union: Young Democrats. GREGG M. HEININGER: 4 E. South St., York, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Acct. Soc.: C.C.D.: Gamma Phil: Pre-Law Soc. DALE M. HEIST: 104 Mull Ave., Sinking Spring, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Intra. Sports. ROBERT C. HENNEBRY: 4 Summit St., Eastchester, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Intra. Sports: Marketing Soc.: Pre-Law Soc. IOSEPH T. HESS: 1408 Sunnyhill ane, Havertown, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc. CHARLES S. HILL: 738 Hemlock Rd., Media, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: NROTC: Drill Team: Astron. Soc.: Eta Kappa Nu: Physics Club: Villanova Singers. GEORGE HIOTIS: 1637 Nottingham Way, Mountainside, NJ.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Market Soc. IAMES H. HOGAN: 822 Sassafras St., Millville, NJ.: B.S. in Educ. MICHAEL HOHENADEL: 26 N. 7th Si., Columbia, Pa.: BS. in Math.: Sr. Steering Comm.: Soph. Class Oflicer, Pres.: I.C.S.: K. of C.: Villanova Singers. 294 M. I. Howe D. B. Hoyt T. W. Hughes GERARD M. HOOPER: 5001 Fairway Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.A. in Humanities: Social Action Comm. ROBERT P. HORGOS: 709 East 9th Ave., Munhall, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Gamma Phi: Pre-Law Soc.: Acct. Soc. NEIL F. HORN: 65 Chapin Ave., No. Merrick, N.Y.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: NROTC. PETER S. HOROS: 424 Achille Rd., Havertown, Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: Intra. Sports: Psych Club: Tau Kappa Epsilon. THOMAS C. HORVATH: 8709 Fallen Oak Dr., Bethesda, Md.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Basketball Club: Finance Soc.: Intra. Sports: Market Soc.: Pre-Law Soc.: Spirit Comm. MICHAEL I. HOWE: 5719 Rising Sun Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Ir., Soph. Steering Comm.: I.E.E.E.: Eta Kappa Nu, Pres.: Tau Beta Pi: Villanova Engineer: S.G.A. DONALD B. HOYT: 127 Meadow Lane, West Hartford, Conn.: B.A. in Eng.: Belle Masque: Intra. Sports: Villanova Singers, Vice-Pres. THOMAS W. HUGHES: 67 Collins St., Hamden, Conn.: B.S. in Soc. Sci. EUGENE F. HUMAY: 381 Kingwood Rd., King of Prussia, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Football. STANLEY I. IAROSIS: 740 Greymont St., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Amatuer Radio Club. IAMES B. ISHERWOOD: 17 Crestwood Rd., West Hart- ford, Conn.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Beta Gamma Soc.: Hist. Club: Lambda Chi Alpha: Pol. Union: Pre-Law Soc. IOYCE B. IACKS: 314 Ashland Ave., Secane, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: P.S.E.A. ROBERT S. IACONSKI: 1104 Fitch Pl., Warminster, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. STANLEY A. IAVIE, Ir.: 4020 N. Warner Rd., Lafayette Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Pi Sigma Epsilon. BEVERLY T. IEFFERIES: 408 West 6th Ave., Consho- hocken, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: P.S.E.A., Sec., Treas.: Shamokinaki. I. CALVIN IENKINS, IR.: 205 Southway, Baltimore, Md.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Sr., Ir., Soph. Steering Comm.: A.S.M.E.: Belle Air: Blue Key Soc., Treas., Vice-Pres.: Lambda Kappa Delta. ROMAN V. IESIEN: 54 Harmony Lane, Rochester, N.Y.: B.A. in Humanities: Football. THOMAS E. IOHNS: 6628 Dorel St., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin. ROBERT I. IOYCE: 7 Pleasant Ave., Andover, N.Y.: B.S. in Acct.: NROTC: Acct. Soc. IEFFREY T. KAHLER: 276 Lincoln Rd., King of Prussia, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: NROTC. GEORGE P. KALAS, IR.: 4172 Suitland Rd., Apt. 201, Suitland, Md.: A.B. in Soc.: Soc. Society: Intra. Sports: K. of C. IOHN T. KALITA: 4449 Richmond At., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Market Soc.: Acct. Soc. NIKOLAUS KAMPF: 2645 Martin Rd.: Willow Grove, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E. IOHN E. KANE II: 24 Washington Ave., Danbury, Conn.: B.S. in Econ.: NROTC: Econ. Club: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Rugby: Villanova Singer. MARYANNE D. KANE: 2951 Wakefield Dr., Holmes, Pa.: B.A. in Eng. CHRISTOPHER W. KARB: 11 Chestnut St., Garden City, N.I.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. .alf- .gms E. F. Humay S. I. Iarosis I. B. Isherwood I. B. Iacks R. S. Iaconski S. A. Iavie Ir. K 2 ,.,. we E QF x Xl 2. 'S' "' r if . i T. K B. T. Iefferies I. C. Ienkins Ir. R. V. Iesien , X... .. Q C' : G. P. Kalas Ir. I. T. Kalita N. Kampf T. E. Iohns R. I. Ioyce I. T. Kahler I. E. Kane II M. D. Kane C. W. Karb 295 D. I. Karlau I. C. Karol W. F. Kauffman D. R. Kaufman L. G. Kavanagh E. T. Keating Wi, K... ,, Wes . : I. P. Keating I. H. Keil F. T. Kelleher Vifgi w i km 5 ,ape -1 w fi - ,. ' essex ' - ' 'f Q 1 I. D. Kelly Ir. I. I. Kelly III M. K. Kelly R. G. Kelly R. L. Kelly II T. I. Kelly DAVID I. KARLAU: 73 Third St., New York, N.Y.: B.S. in Chem.: A.Ch.S.: Rifle Team. IOSEPH C. KAROL: 748 Neptune Ave., Burlington, N.I.: B.A. in English: LYNX: WWVU. WILLLIAM F. KAUFFMAN: 306 N. 12th St., Allentown, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. DENNIS R. KAUFMAN: Park Ave, Ironia, N.I.: B.S. in Math: Soc. Action Comm., Program Director: Concerned Citizens: Intra. Sports: Chess Club. LEONARD G. KAVANAGH: 364 93rd St., Brooklyn, N.Y.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Soph. Steering Comm: Crew: Irish Cultural Society: LYNX: Rugby. EDWARD T. KEATING: 225 Bch. 131 St., N.Y.C., N.Y.: B.S. in Educ.: K. of C.: P.S.E.A.: Intra. Officials Assoc: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc. IOHN P. KEATING: 95 Punewood Rd., Stamford, Conn.: A.B. in Psych.: Intra. Sports: Psych. Club: Soccer, Capt.: Sociological Soc: Hockey: Villanovan. IAMES H. KEIL: 117 Chestnut St., Spring City, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E. FRANCIS T. KELLEHER: 49 Gregory Rd., Cos. Cob., Conn.: B.S. in Math: Acct. Soc: Intra Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Math Club: Spirit Comm. 296 F. I. Kempf I. K. Kennedy W. E. Keppler Ir. IOHN D. KELLY IR.: 37 Bayview Ter., Manhasset, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc: Market Soc. IOHN I. KELLY III: 275 Bickley Rd., Glenside, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Sr. Class Oflicerg Acct. Soc: Golf: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Pre-Law Soc. MICHAEL K. KELLY: 905 Iamieson Rd., Lutherville, Md.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E.: Tau Beta Pi: Intra. Sports. ROBERT G. KELLY: 393 Ryder Rd., Manhasset, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: K. of C.: Marketing Soc. ROBERT L. KELLY II: Morris Rd., Blue Bell, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. THOMAS I. KELLY: 865 E. Cornwall St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Finance Soc.: Intra. Sports. V FRANK I. KEMPF: 625 Hilltop Dr., New Cumberland, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E.: Intra. Sports: Tau. Beta Pi. ' IOHN K. KENNEDY: M.R. 1 Hancock Rd., North Wales, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. WILLIAM E. KEPPLER, IR.: 773 Midway Lane, Blue Bell Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Pre-Law Soc. M. P. Kerins M. P. Kilcullen E. I. Kiley I. I. Killeen B. O. Kilroy E. R. Kimble Q M. L. King R. F. Kinninger W. E. Kirby Ir. G. P. Kleiman I. A. Klein I. B. Klingensmith T. A. Klisch C. F. Kneidinger F. B. Koch MICHAEL P. KERINS: 467 79th St., Niagara Falls, N.Y.: B.S. in Educ.: Football: Irish Cultural Soc. MIRIANNE P. KILCULLEN: 2140 W. Cheltenham Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.A. in Hist.: History Club. EDWARD I. KILEY: 535 Hillcrest Ave., Westfield, N.I.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Belle Air, Editor in Chief, Sports Editor: Intra. Sports: Lambda Kappa Delta: Student Court: Who's Who. IOHN I. KILLEEN: 18 Gladstone Rd., Lansdowne, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Alpha Phi Omega: Finance Society: Intra. Sports: Math Club: Villanova Intra. Student Assoc.-Pres.: S.G.A. BENIAMIN O. KILROY: 2326 Greenleaf St., Allentown, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. Sr. Steering Comm.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Mark. Soc. EDWARD R. KIMBLE: 313 Walnut Hill Lane, Havertown, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci. MARY L. KING: 2304 West 14th St., Wilmington, Del.: B.S. in Nurs: N.F.C.C.S: Sigma Theta Tau. RONALD F. KINNINGER: 301 E. County Line Rd, Ard- more, Pa.: B.A. in Eng: Intra. Sports: Soc. Action Comm.: Sociological Soc.: C.C.D. WILLIAM E. KIRBY IR.: 142 Manning St., Needham, Mass: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Delta Pi Epsilon: Inter. Frat. Council: Market Soc.: Intra. Sports: Plushmill Soc. M. C. Komelasky B. E. Konut C. S. Kososky GEOFFREY P. KLEIMAN: 8 Cheshire Circle, Broomall, Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Intra. Sports: Spirit Comm.: Bio. Club. IAMES A. KLEIN: 1735 Richards Ave., Williamsport, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Belle Air: Delta Pi Epsilon: Intra. Sports: Young Democrats Club. IAMES B. KLINGENSMITH: 28 Observatory St., Manove, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Pi Sigma Epsilon. THOMAS A. KLISCH: 23 Center Ave., Willow Grove, Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Alpha Phi Omega. CARL F. KNEIDINGER: 470 W. Rose Tree Rd, Media, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin. FREDERICK B. KOCH: 2713 Hazel Ave., North Hills, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. MICHAEL C. KOMELASKY: 1026 Gravel Hill Rd., South- ampton, Pa.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: NROTC: A.I.Ch.E.: Spirit Comm.: Univ. Marching Band: Univ. Concert Band: Villanovans. BRUCE E. KONUT: 106 Third St., Garden City, N.Y.: B.S. in Bio: Bio Club: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Intra. Sports: Pre-Medical Honor Society. CHUCK S. KOSOSKY: 525 So. Clinton Ave., Trenton, N.I.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio Club: Karate Club. 297 it 1111 D. C. Kovach K. S. Kovacs M. Kowalski DAVID C. KOVACH: RD 151, Central City, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E.: Bowling: Intra. Sports. KENNETH S. KOVACS: 24 Pennsylvania St., Carteret, N.I.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.C.S.: I.E.E.E.: Intra. Sports MARTIN KOWALSKI: 129 E. 12th St., Linden, NJ.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports: Pol. Union: Karate Club. MARYANN E. KRADZINSKI: 20 Harcourt Lane, Hatboro, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs: Navy Nurse Corps: Soph. Steering Comm.: Alpha Xi Delta: N.F.C.C.S.: Sigma Theta Tau: Soc. Action Comm. GEOFFREY G. KRAMER: 115 Hunter Rd, Plymouth Meeting, Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: Bio Club: Intra. Sports: Psych Club: Spirit Comm. ROBERT M. KREEK: 34 Grandview Circle, Manhasset, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Intra. Sports. SUSAN A. KREISA: 106 Cranbury Rd., Bricktown, N.I.: B.S. in Nurs. DAVID C. KUNKEL: 321 Broadmoor Rd., Baltimore, Md.: B.S. in Bus Adm.: Sr., Ir., Soph. Steering Comm.: Belle Air: Marketing Soc.: Pol. Union: Irish Cultural Soc.: Intra. Sports. I. BRIAN LAMB: 2130 W. 103rd St., Chicago, Ill.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Eta Kappa Nu: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Villanova Engineer. S. A. Krejsa D. C. Kunkel I. Brian Lamb 'EN-wr , M. E. Kradzinski G. G. Kramer R. M. Kreek MICHAEL V. LAMB: 47 No. 3rd St., Allegany, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Karate Club: Social Action Comm. DONALD W. LANE: 16 Prospect Ave., North Arlington, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Market. Soc. ROBERT L. LANTIERI: 7246 Calvin Rd., Upper Darby, Pa.: B.S. in Physics: Physics Club: Pre-Medical Honor Soc.: Intra. Sports. BRIDGET E. LAWLER: 268 H St., Chula Vista, Calif.: B.S. in Nurs: NFCCS: Women's Glee Club, Sec., Pres.: Haveners. PAULA T. LAWLER: 4055 Lasher Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs. GERARD W. LAWRENCE: 25 Maple Hill Rd., Huntington, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Market. Soc. ROBERT I. LAWRENCE: 5429 N. Lawrence St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Chem. STANLEY L. LAWRYNOVICZ: 27 Soundview Rd., Ridge- field, Conn.: A.B. in Soc.: Pistol Team. IOHN L. LAZZATI: 311 Kerneway, Baltimore, Md.: B.A. in Humanities: Ir. Steering Comm.: Delta Pi Epsilon: Hist. Club: Inter-Frat. Council: Intra. Sports: Pre-Law Soc.: Shamokinaki. M. V. Lamb D. W. Lane R. L. Lantieri is . ivy X Q , ...N I B. E. Lawler P. T. Lawler G. W. Lawrence R. I. Lawrence S. L. Lawrynovicz I. L. Lazzati W. G. Lee I. F. Letts A. F. Licata G. M. Lihota D. G. Lindsay S. E. Lingle 943: -- - QI' , W 298 it 'hw' . - '.' We Z5 at ,, , 1 is . , 3'5e.av::. '-E-'fix -A + 5. . , Zikgigvzfiig - .ss M. B. Logan P. L. Lomedico 0. I. Lopez WALTER G. LEE: 4307 Glendale St., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. IOHN F. LETTS: 34 Braeburn Rd., Havertown, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: NROTC: Alpha Phi Omega: Pol. Union: Young Democrats. ANTHONY F. LICATA: P.O. Box 347, 20 Sanderson Ave., Caldwell, NJ.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Alpha Phi Omega: Gamma Phi: Market. Soc. GERALD M. LIHOTA: 571 Ocean Ave., New London, Conn.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Intra. Sports. DENNIS G. LINDSAY: 165 Locust Dr., Maywood, N.I.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: Basketball Club, Pres.: A.S.C.E. STEPHEN E. LINGLE: 6471 Powderhorn Dr., Norfolk, Va.: B.S. in Educ.: Alpha Phi Omega: Intra. Sports. MICHAEL B. LOGAN: Willow Dr.. Weston, Conn.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: NROTC: Drill Team: Semper Fidelis: Pistol Team: LYNX: Intra. Sports. PETER T. LOMEDICO: 215 Brompton Rd., Garden City, N.Y.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club, Pres.: Alpha Epsilon Delta. ORLANDO I. LOPEZ: Qta. Ligiona Calle Glorieta Chuao, Caracas, Venezuela: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: VISA: Spanish Club: Market. Soc.: Soccer: Shamokinaki. E. I. Ludwig I. M. Lugo P. C. Lunney J ,,,f Y- . ....,. . X :Y ' I 'V . ,,., V 5 K SS Q is .5 MQ XX X X X ki . ' X ,X 4 N Q Q ,S M. I. Lotito M. B. Lovelace D. E. Luddy MICHAEL I. LOTITO: 66 Haven Lane, Levittown, N.Y.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: S.G.A., Pres.: Special Commission on University Governance: Bill of Rights Comm., Chairman. M. BRIDGET LOVELACE: 7259 Pine St., Upper Darby, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: C.C.D.: Belle Masque: S.H.A.S.: S.N.A.P. DAVID E. LUDDY: 122 Barret Rd., Willow Grove, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. ERIC I. LUDWIG: 185 Weber Ave., Trenton, N.I.: A.B. in Pol. Sci. IOSEPH M. LUGO: 107 Fremont St., Bridgeport, Conn.: B.A. in Ind. Manag.: Basketball Club: Intra. Sports. PHILIP C. LUNNEY: 1224 Grenox Rd., Wynnewood, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. IOHN P. LYNCH: 304 S. Lexington Ave., White Plains, N.Y.: A.B. in Econ.: NROTC: Bio. Club: Psych. Club: Econ. Soc.: Intra. Sports: Spanish Club: Swimming: Skin Diving Club. GEORGE H. LYON: 6322 N. Broad St., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: NROTC: Intra. Sports: A.S.M.E. NANCY I. MACKOWSKI: 120 Kennedy St., Bradford, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Belle Air: W0men's Glee Club: Mother's Day Comm. I. P. Lynch G. H. Lyon N. I. Mackowski ...X 1' V : : wvwwwsw I. T. Maguire N. E. Majewski W. L. Makowski F. Malvango I. G. Mannix S. C. Marcotte 11a2222221',,.1- f Lis' . .'---' -k"- ' ,731-f'.11..f,fik 'f 5' ' -.'- : .. N?- ns. . My I .fr V., K .R 5. P. I. Marcoux D. L. Margherita A. I. Marquette W. I. Marr F. W. Martinez A. C. Martino W. A. Masi P. D. Mason H. W. Matlack IAMES T. MAGUIRE: 41 Randolph St., Park Ridge, N.I.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: A.I.Ch.E., Treas. NANCY E. MAIEWSKI: 2843 S. Simpson St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Nurs. WALTER L. MAKOWSKI: 2601 Croyden St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club. FREDERICK MALVAGNO: 6 Evans Ave., Farmingdale, N.Y.: A.B. in Psych.: Intra. Sports, Villanova Singers, Spires. IOHN G. MANNIX: 1171 E. 31 St., Brooklyn, N.Y.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E., Baseball, Intra. Sports, Irish Cultural Soc. SUZANNE C. MARCOTTE: Kings Highway, Thorofare, N.I.: B.S. in Nurs.: Ir. Steering Comm., S.G.A., Nurs. Rep., Spirit Comm. PAUL I. MARCOUX: 210 High St. W., Manchester, Conn.: B.S. in Chem. A. Ch. S., Vice Pres., Irish Cultural Soc. DANNY L. MARGHERITA: 536 Cassatt Rd., Berwyn. Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Market. Soc. ANTHONY I. MARQUETTE: 444 E. 82nd St., New York, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm:: Delta Pi Epsilon, S.G.A. Rep., Intra. Sports, Market. Soc. 300 R. Mattson I. B. May A. P. Mazurek WILLIAM I. MARR: 334 Wadsworth Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: A.I.Ch.E. FRANCIS W. MARTINEZ: 325 Brock Rd., Springfield, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Hockey, Intra. Sports. ANGELO C. MARTINO: 630 E. Leamy Ave., Springfield, Pa.: A.B. in Econ.: Econ. Soc., Pres., National Econ. Honor Soc., Blue Key Soc., Spirit Comm., Veterans Soc. WILLIAM A. MASI: 53-23 214 St., Bayside, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E., Spirit Comm., Social Action Comm. PETER D. MASON: 5 Londonderry Lane, Deerfield, Ill.: A.B. in Soc. Sci. HENRY W. MATLACK: 211 Broadway Ave., Horsham, Pa.: A.B. in Soc.: Sociological Soc., Veterans Club, Karate Club, Instruc. RICHARD MATTSON: 455 South Ave., Holmes, Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: Chem. Club, Intra. Sports, S.G.A. IOHN B. MAY: 871 N. Halifar Dr., Ormond Beach, Fla.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. ADAM P. MAZUREK IR.: 632 S. Potomac St., Baltimore, Md.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Alpha Phi Omega, Pre-law Soc. ROBERT I. McALEER: 2020 Overlook Ave., Willow Grove, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc., Gamma Phi. EDWARD T. MCAULIFFE: 6 Wildwood Court, Norman, Okla.: B.A. in Humanities. IOSEPH M. McCANN: 26 Wildwood Trail, Lake Intervale, Boonton, N.I.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E., Basketball Club, K. of C., Kappa Chi. PAUL I. McCAUSLAND: 6314 Haverford Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: NROTC, Drill Team, Belle Air, Intra. Sports, Tau Kappa Epsilon. EDWARD L. MCCLATCHY: 9 Tracey Terrace, Bryn Mawr, Pa.: B.A. in Eng.: Lynx, Swimming, Villanovan. IAMES S. MGCORMICK IR.: 508 Maplewood Ave., Spring- field, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc., Gamma Phi. MOLLY MCCORMICK: 6351 Overbrook Ave., Phila., Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci. SUSAN A. MCCREESH: 1419 Brierwood Rd., Havertown, Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: Belle Air, Irish Cultural Soc., C.C.D., Psych. Club, P.S.E.A., Univ. Marching Band. MICHAEL I. MCDONALD: 485 Briarhill Rd., Springfield, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E., Intra. Sports, Irish Cul- tural Soc. I. DOUGLAS McDOWELL: 203 Lansdowne Rd., DeWitt, N.Y.: B.S. in Econ.: Intra. Sports, Irish Cultural Soc., Econ. Club, Pre-law Soc. WEN R. I. McAleer E. T. McAuliffe I. M. McCann P. I. McCausland E. L. McClatchy IAMES E. McELHENNY: 459 New Market Rd., Piscat- away, N.I.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E., Intra. Officials Assoc., Intra. Sports, Pre-law Soc., Tau Beta Pi. IOSEPH I. MCERLANE: 6135 N. Franklin St., Phila., Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Ir. Steering Comm., Baseball, Mgr., I.C.S., Pol. Union, Intra. Sports, Soph. Steering Comm. ROBERT C. MCGARVEY: 6 Longview Dr., Marblehead, Mass.: A.B. in Soc.: Delta Pi Mu, Track, Mgr., Social Action Comm., Program Director. IOHN I. McGLYNN: 56 Abbey Rd., Manhasset, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus Adm. MICHAEL I. MCGONIGLE: 7424 Miller Ave., Upper Darby, Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports, K. of C., Pre- law Soc., Sociological Soc. ROBERT I. MCGRODY: 824 Meredith Dr., Media, Pa.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: NROTC, Intra. Sports, Spirit Comm., Tennis. PETER C. MCGUIRE: 4 Valentine Dr., Barrington, R.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. ROBERT C. MCINTYRE: 309 Lynn Rd., Springfield, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E., Lynx, Tau Beta Pi, Treas., E.F.S.V. Music Workshop, Director. 5 I. S. McCormick Ir. M. McCormick S. A. McCreesh M. I. McDonald I. D. McDowell I. E. McElhenny I. I. McErlane Y... R. C. McGarvey I. I. McGlynn M. I. McGonigle R. I. McGrody P. C. McGuire R. C. McIntyre S: ----. 1- . G. P. McKenna R. E. McKiernan D. F. McLaughlin E. C. McLaughlin I. M. McLaughlin R. H. McLaughlin I. I. Mclellan I. B. McManus Ir. R. T. McNally B. F. McNamara S. M. McNamara G. I. McNeal N. E. L. McQuad K. McShane D. F. Meehan GEORGE P. McKENNA: 321 Kent Rd., Springfield, Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: A.Ch.S., Delta Epsilon Sigma, Intra. Sports, Irish Cultural Soc. ROBERT E. MCKIERNAN: 41 Roxbury Rd. So., Franklin Square, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports, Irish Cul- tural Soc., K. of C., Market. Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon, Spirit Comm. DENIS F. MCLAUGHLIN: 4 Bardon St., Madison, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Steering Comm., Delta Epsilon Sigma, Delta Pi Epsilon, Intra. Sports, I.C.S., K. of C., Basketball Club. EDWARD C. MCLAUGHLIN: 123 Cambria Court, St. Davids, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports, Spirit Comm. IAMES M. MCLAUGHLIN: Quarters 15, Governors Island, N.Y.: B.A. in Soc. Sci. ROBERT H. MCLAUGHLIN: 16 Glover Ave., Newtown, Conn.: A.B. in Econ.: Bio. Club, Intra. Sports, Econ. Soc., Soccer. IOHN I. McLellan: 1343 Fairholme Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich.: A.B. in Soc.: Hockey, Capt., Pre-law Soc. IOSEPH B. McMANUS IR.: 3105 Huey Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club, Lambda Kappa Delta, Spirit Comm. ROBERT T. McNALLY: 36 Thorndale Rd., Slingerlands, N.Y.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Alpha Phi Omega, V.P., I.E.E.E., N.F.C.C.S., Alpha Epsilon Delta, S.G.A., WWVU. 2 I B E. I. Mehl T. A. Meleck A. I. Mellen BRIAN F. MCNAMARA: 343 Vine Rd., Stamford, Conn.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Econ. Club, Gamma Phi, Intra. Sports, Irish Cultural Soc., Market. Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon, Rugby. STEVEN M. MCNAMARA: 1345 East 28 St., Brooklyn, N.Y.: B.S. in Educ.: Delta Pi Epsilon, Intra. Sports, Irish Cultural Soc., P.S.E.A., Villanova Singers. GLORIA IEAN McNEAL: Franklin Park Apts., 16 B, Chew 81 Duval St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: B.S.L. EDWARD L. McQUAD: 806 Summit Grove Ave., Bryn Mawr, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports, Market. Soc., Pi Sigma Epsilon. KEVIN McSHANE: 34 Bradford St., New Providence, N.I.: A.B. in Pol. Sci. DENNIS F. MEEHAN: 2810 Court St., Bellmure, N.Y.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Sr. Steering Comm., Ir. Steering Comm., Intra. Sports. E. IOSEPH MEHL: 504 Frontier Dr., Erie, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Sr. Steering Comm., Ir. Steering Comm., Blue Key Soc., Delta Pi Epsilon, Exec. Comm., V.P., I.I.F., Intra. Sports, Lacrosse. THOMAS A. MELECK: 61-36 213 St., Bayside, N.Y.: A.B. in Eng.: Alpha Psi Omega, Sec., Belle Masque, Pres. T. S. Melnychuk D. G. Mennella M. I. Mertle I. W. Meuse I. A. Mihalcik M. C. Mihalick D. F. Miller D. I. Miller W. C. Miller R. M. Miller H. M. Millier R. E. Milman R. A. Modafferi M. P. Monaco I. I. Monaghan ANDREW I. MELLEN: Box 552, Corning, N.Y.: B.A. in Pol. Sci. THEODORE S. MELNYCHUK: Georgetown Rd., Glen Mills, Pa.: A.B. in Hist.: Intra. Sports, Swimming. DAVID G. MENNELLA: Soundview Rd., Oyster Bay, N.Y.: B.A. in Humanities. MICHAEL I. MERTLE: 107 Eachus Ave., Rosemont, Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Alpha Phi Omega. IOHN W. MEUSE: 65 Ross Ave., Metuchen, N.I.: A.B. in Eng.: Alpha Psi Omega, Belle Masque. IOSEPH A. MIHALCIK: 1830 W. Congress St., Allentown, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: NROTC, Drill Team, I.E.E.E., Belle Air, Intra. Sports, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Villanova Singers. MICHAEL C. MIHALIC: 218 E. 151st St., Cleveland, Ohio: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc., Football. DAVID F. MILLER: 362 Redhill Dr., Broomall, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: SGA. Treas., V.P. for Student Affairs, C. 8: F. Day Hop Rep., Soph. Steering Comm., Acct. Soc., Delta Pi Epsilon, Irish Cultural Soc., Spirit Comm., Who's Who. DAVID I. MILLER: 812 Irvington Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.A. in Hist. WILLIAM C. MILLER: 6917 Persimmon Tree Rd., Be- thesda, Md.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: NROTC. B. R. Mondor L. R. Moore M. I. Morahan ROBERT M. MILLER: 409 Valley Rd., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Educ. HARVEY M. MILLER: 449 Kenwood Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: Intra. Sports. RONALD E. MILMAN: 1907 Wynnefield Ter., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E. ROBERT A. MODAFFERI: 466 11th St., Cresskill, N.I.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Delta Pi Mu, Intra. Sports, Intra. Officials Assoc. MICHAEL P. MONACO: 178 Belford Ave., Rutherford, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc., Delta Pi Mu, Intra. Officials Assoc., Intra. Sports. IOHN I. MONAGHAN: 108 N. Carol Blvd., Upper Darby, Pa.: A.B. in Soc.: NROTC, K. of C., Intra. Sports, Irish Cultural Soc. BERNARD R. MONDOR: 66 Hill St., Saco, Me.: A.B. in Psych.: Delta Epsilon Sigma, Psych. Club. LOUIS R. MOORE: 4124 N. Richmond St., Arlington, Va.: B.S. in Math.: NROTC, Drill Team, Delta Epsilon Sigma, Intra. Sports, Math. Club, Rifle Team. MATTHEW I. MORAHAN: 54 Carolina Ave., Newark, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports, Delta Pi Mu, Irish Cultural Soc. 303 . L. B. A. Moran R. I. Morell K. A. Morgan N. M. Morgan G. P. Morio G. H. Morton BARBARA A. MORAN: 520 Lynch St., Rockville, Md.: B.S. in Nurs.: Pi Theta Chi: Majorette. RANDY I. MORELL: 6022 Mustang Dr., Riverdale, Md.: B.A. in Humanities: Blue Key Soc.: Intra. Sports: Young Republicans: Young Democrats: Student Honors Council. KENNETH A. MORGAN: 457 Woodbridge Ave., Avenel, N.I.: B.A. in Eng.: Belle Masque, Pres., S.G.A. Rep.: Alpha Psi Omega, Pres. NICHOLAS M. MORGAN: Sonnenbergerstr 3, Wiesbaden, Germany: A.B. in Humanities: NROTC. GENE P. MORIO: 44 So. Loveland Ave., Kingston, Pa.: A.B. in Humanities. GEORGE H. MORTON: 5910 Pacific Ave., Wildwood Crest, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: NROTC: Acct. Soc.: Gamma Phi. ROBERT I. MOSER: 1230 Union St., Lancaster, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Delta Epsilon Sigma: Pol. Union: Social Action Comm.: S.G.A.: Villanovan: Who's Who. KAREN L. MOXLEY: 828 Meadow Dr., West Mifflin, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Belle Air: N.F.C.C.S. FRANCIS MOYNIHAN: 73 Kings Hgwy., Hampton, N.H.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Delta Pi Epsilon. IFC Rep., Exec. Comm.: Hist. Club: Inter-Frat. Council: Irish Cultural Soc.: Pre-law Soc.: Critique. R. I. Moser K. L. Moxley F. I. Moynihan Nnsqr T. F. Mullany I. I. Mullen E. I. Muller T. I. Murphy W. C. Murphy Ko BASIL MUCHA: 1017 N. Tacoma St., Allentown, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Inter-Frat. Coun- cil: Tau Kappa Epsilon. KAREN M. MUDRY: 349 Ripka St., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: Alpha Xi Delta: I.E.E.E., Sec.: Belle Air, Divi- sions Editor: Eta Kappa Nu: Tau Beta Pi. IOSEPH A. MULE: 246 Ribbon St., Franklin Square, N.Y.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Sr. Steering Comm.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Intra. Sports: Lambda Kappa Delta, S.G.A. Rep.: Pre-law Soc. THOMAN F. MULLANY: 3615 Avenue M, Brooklyn, N.Y.: B.S. in Educ.: Crew: Intra. Sports: Intra. Officials Assoc.: NROTC. IOHN I. MULLEN: 971 Plymoth Rd., Norristown, Pa.: B.S. in Physics. EDWARD I. MULLER: 3 St. Paul's Crescent, Garden City, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Spirit Comm. ROY R. MULLER: 39 Pennsylvania Ave., Flemington, NJ.: B.S. in Acct.: Villanova Singers. DERMOTT O. MURPHY: 1555 Sugartown Rd., Paoli, Pa.: B.S. in Math.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Math. Club: Ski Club: S.G.A. RAYMOND G. MURPHY: 17 Andrew Rd., Manhasset, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Irish Cultural Soc.: Intra. Sports. B. Mucha K. M. Mudry I. A. Mule R. R. Muller D. O. Murphy R. G. Murphy B. V. Murray R. N. Murray Ir. G. I. Muth I. N. Muth .4-'jj' M. I. Muth I. D. Nadybal T. I. Naylor TIMOTHY I. MURPHY: 1 Meeting House Hill, New Fair- field, Conn.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: NROTC: K. of C.: Kappa Chi: Ski Club. WILLIAM C. MURPHY: 1010 Walnut St., Shamokin, Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: A.Ch.S. BRIAN V. MURRAY: 163 Old Palisade Rd., Fort Lee, N.I.: B.S. in Econ.: NROTC: Gamma Phi, Sec.: Pi Sigma Epsi- lon: Pre-Law Soc.: Entrepreneur, Bus. Ed.: Omocron Delta Epsilon. RICHARD N. MURRAY IR.: 30 Liddington Ave., Clifton, N.I.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club: K. of C.: Villanovan. GREGORY I. MUTH: 20 Den Herder Dr., Somerset, N.I.: B.S. in Educ.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: P.S.E.A.: Track. IOHN N. MUTH: 1042 Cobbs St., Drexel Hill, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: C.C.D.: Intra. Sports: P.S.E.A. MICHAEL I. MUTH: 11217 Willowbrook Dr., Potomac, Md.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Sr. Steering Comm.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Market. Soc. IONATHAN D. NADYBAL: 535 Lincoln Hwy. E., Ivwin, Pa.: B.S. in Econ.: K. of C.: Econ. Club, Treas.: Gamma Phi, Sec.: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Omicron Delta Epsilon. T. C. Nicholson C. Nichter I. S. Notte if S 'mn Q f Q Q.. . . 3 QE gf- - X 5.1.27 ,LJ 1 2' -1 X if I 1. E J 1 5 R. I. Nehila D. I. Nellany R. I. Nevel THOMAS I. NAYLOR: 835 Lundale Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Acct. Soc.: Intra. Sports: Pi Sigma Epsi- lon: Pol. Union. RICHARD I. NEHILA: 252 Kath St., Morgan, N.I.: B.A. in Pol. Sci. DENNIS I. NELLANY: 393 Lakeview Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Intra. Sports: Acct. Soc. RALPH I. NEVEL: 17301 Milburn Ave., Cleveland, Ohio: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Pol. Union: Spirit Comm.: Social Action Comm. TIMOTHY C. NICHOLSON: 13 Crown St., Clinton, Mass.: B.A. in Eng. CHARLES NICHTER: 803 N.. Second St., Emmaus, Pa.: B.S. in Bio. IOHN S. NOTTE: 42 Boon Ave., Glenolden, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. PETER N. NOTWICK IR.: 27 Iasmine Rd., Levittown, Pa.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: A.S.C.E.: Student Gov. Assoc.: Univ. Marching Band: Univ. Concert Band. KENNETH M. O'BRIEN: 25 Conklin Ave., Woodmere, N.Y.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: Baseball: Intra. Sports. IOSEPH F. O'CONNELL III: 292 Marlborough St., Boston, Mass.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Belle Air, Photography Ed.: Photography Dept., Ed.: Stage Crew: Villanovan. P. N. Notwick Ir. K. M. O'Brien I. F. O'Connell l4kfd.lY'?.,ldizl Wil MkX5.1ax'IF' .lf B. M. 0'Connor R. P. O,Connor C. G. O'Hara E. F. Ohep E. P. oldseld L. G. o'Neil D. S. O'Neill A. P. O'Reilly K. I. Orna R. E. Orose F. I. Ott Ir. F. T. Otterman 'ES' G. I-2. Otto II. S. Owens S. E. Ozga BERNARD M. O'CONNOR: 4 Iasko Ct., So. Amboy, N.I.: B.A. in Eng.: Delti Pi Mu. RONALD P. O'CONNOR: 71 Buckingham Rd., West Hempstead, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Belle Air: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Marketing Soc.: Pol. Union. CHARLES G. O'HARA: 4027 Bonsall Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: NROTC: Beta Gamma Soc., Treas.: Intra. Sports: Tau Kappa Epsilon. EDVARDO F. OHEP: M-305 376 Sugartown Rd., Devon, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: VISA: Spanish Club: I.E.E.E.: Soccer Club. EDWIN P. OLDFIELD: 2521 Edna Dr., Vineland, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Intra. Officials Assoc.: Intra. Sports: Pre-Law Soc.: Ski Club. LAURENCE G. O'NEIL: 815 Stamford Dr., Neptune, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Crew: Pre-law Soc.: Sociological Soc. DENNIS S. O'NEILL: 106 Deep Denk Rd., Villanova, Pa.: B.A. in Humanities: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Football: Intra. Sports. ANDREW P. 0'REILLY: 15 Walnut Ave., Floral Park, N.Y.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: Track: A.I.Ch.E.: Tau Beta Pi, Recording Sec.: Irish Cultural Soc. KATHLEEN I. ORNA: 12121 Aster Rd., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Sigma Tau Delta: Women's Glee Club. 306 G-s....,, T. A. Pacewicz I. Palandjoglou T. I. Palguta RICHARD E. OROSE: 501 E. Vine St., Stowe, Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Kappa Chi: K. of C.: Intra. Sports: Villanova Singers. FRANCIS I. OTT IR.: 52 Poplar St., Williamstown, N.I.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club: Soc. of Mass Servers 81 Lectors. F. THOMAS OTTERMAN: 1177 Academy Dr., Youngs- town, Ohio: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E.: Intra. Sports. GREGORY E. OTTO: Nelson Ridge Rd., Princeton, N.I.: B.A. in Humanities: Alpha Phi Omega: Intra. Sports: Stage Crew: Basketball Club. HARRY S. OWENS: 62 Hiles Ave., Salem, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: Intra. Sports. STANLEY E. OZGA: R.D. 32, Elverson, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Eta Kappa Nu: Tau Beta Pi. THOMAS A. PACEWICZ: 174 East Main St., Plymouth, Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: Chem. Club. IORDAN PALANDIOGLOU: Av. Del Libertador 2902, Buenos Aires, Argentina: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: A.I.Ch.E.: Rugby: Soccer: Spanish Club: Intra. Sports. THOMAS I. PALGUTA: 174 Iensen Ave., Rahway, N.I.: B.S. in Educ.: NROTC: Drill Team: Delta Pi Mu: Pre-Law Soc.: Pistol Team: Soc. of Mass Servers 81 Lectors: P.S.E.A.: Veteran's Club, Sec. GERALD W. PANCHERI: 2103 S. Hicks St., Phila., Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Young Republicans. IAMES E. PANNY: 819 Beechwool Ave., Collingdale, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Ski Club. MARIO I. PAPA: 4 Fenway Ct., Cresskill, N.I.: B.S. in Econ.: Crew: Econ. Club: Lacrosse: Pi Sigma Epsilon. IAMES C. PAPP: 91 Morningside Terrace, Stratford, Conn.: A.B. in Hist.: Hist. Club: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Rugby: Swimming. CARL I. PARDINI: 342 N. Central Blvd., Broomall, Pa.: A.B. in Soc.: Delta Epsilon Sigma: Lambda Kappa Delta. IOHN A. PARESE: 6 Levere St., North Haven, Conn.: B.A. in Eng.: Delta Pi Mu: Intra. Sports. THOMAS I. PARR: 2234 Grecourt Dr., Toledo, Ohio: B.A. in Humanities: Villanova Singers. SHAILESH K. PATEL: G-4, 105 Charles Dr., Bryn Mawr, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin. PAUL C. PATSIS: 508 Laurel Ave., Point Pleasant, N.I.: B.A. in Eng.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Orientation Comm.: Belle Air, Copy Ed.: Intra. Sports: Lambda Kappa Delta, Sec.: Pre-Law Club: Ski Club. ROBERT T. PATTON: 4069 Lasher Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: A.I.Ch.S. G. W. Pancheri I. E. Panny M. I. Papa if .Q . : .- M," 'zfQ5,a, QQQQQ.-pf? T. I. Parr S. K. Patel C. P. Patsis 'Vs F. B. Pendola P. P. Perri I. E. Pesnel DONALD A. PAWLICZEK: RFD W2 Box 400, Goshen, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Delta Pi Mu: Intra. Oflicials Assoc.: Vil- lanovan, Circulation Mgr., Business Mgr. WILLIAM I. PEARSON: 214 S. Sproul Rd., Broomall, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E.: Villanova Engineer. FRANCIS B. PENDOLA: Main Ave., Richland, NJ.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E.: Basketball Club. PHILIP P. PERRI: 1905 Rosemar Lane, Ocean City, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Inter-Frat. Coun- cil, Exec. V. Pres.: Lambda Kappa Delta: Spirit Comm.: Orientation Comm. IEFFREY E. PESNEL: 80 Dorrock Rd., Delmar, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. IOHN R. PETERS: 2833 Pennsylvania St., Allentown, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Lambda Kappa Delta: Marketing Soc. IOHN C. PETERSON: Box 129G Seacrest Village, Kitty Hawk, N.C.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports: Stage Crew: SGA Rep.: Swimming. VINCENT L. PETRILLO: 1071 West Ave., Springfield, Pa.: B.S. in Physics: Physics Club. I. C. Papp C. I. Pardini I. A. Parese V .... , +5 y S, ..... -5- R. T. Patton D. A. Pawliczek W. I. Pearson I. R. Peters I. C. Peterson V. L. Petrillo 307 :X1 W. D. Petrino L. L. Pfaff M. D. Piccone W. M. Pile I. P. Pinto P. C. Pislor ip, 'SE' L. G. Poole M. W. Poole IV I. I. Poplaski Ir. WILLIAM D. PETRINO: 5 Gaynor Pl., Glen Rock, N.I.: A.B. in Psych.: Psych. Club: Rugby: Intra. Sports. LESLIE L. PFAFF: 214 University Ave., Ithaca, N.Y.: in Nurs.: Soph. Class Officer, Sec.: Belle Air: Pi Theta Chl. MARIO D. PICCONE: 217 Edgemont Ave., Ardmore, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Marketing Soc.: Intra. Sports: Spirit Comm. HAROLD I. PICKAR: Star Route, Pottstown, Pa.: B.A. in Eng.: CCD: Intra. Sports: Photo Dept. IOHN T. PIDGEON: 4014 Redden Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Intra. Sports. ROBERT I. PIGNATARO: 133 Montclair Ave., Montclair, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Finance Soc. WALTER M. PILE: 6 Cleveland Ave., Massapequa, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Villanova Investments, Treas.: Sociologi- cal Soc. IOSEPH P. PINTO: 2716 Colorado St., Phila., Pa.: A.B. in Psych.: Psych. Club, V. Pres. PETER C. PISLOR: 49 Lenox Ave., Clifton, N.I.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club, Treas.: Alpha Epsilon Delta. sf., 1- f .- . Q Qi-vb H. I. Pickar I. T. Pidgeon R. I. Pignataro .N . R. C. Pizzano B. A. Podcasy G. I. Poggi F. A. Pound M. R. Pouy L. A. E. Pregenzer ROBERT C. PIZZANO: 26 Curtis Rd., Natick, Mass.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: NROTC: A.S.C.E. BERNARD A. PODCASY: 36 St. Mary's Rd., Wilkes-Barre, Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Lambda Kappa Delta. GABRIEL I. POGGI: 609 Stacy Ct., Towson, Md.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Intra. Sports: Soph. Steering Comm.: Belle Air, Bus. Mgr. LEROY G. POOLE: 23rd 81 Grays Ferry Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Math. MAYNARD W. POOLE IV: Sunnybrooke, Radnor, Pa.: B.A. in Eng.: NROTC: Orientation Comm. IOSEPH I. POPLASKI IR.: 67 Ellsworth St., Medford, Mass.: B.S. in Math.: Math Club. FRANCIS A. POUND: 37 Bridge St., Carthage, N.Y.: B.S. in Educ.: PSEA: Delta Epsilon Sigma. MICHAEL R. POUY: 541 Gen. Steuben Rd., King of Prussia, Pa.: B.S. in Math: Villanova Singers, Sales Mgr. LYNN ANN E. PREGENZER: 174 Continental Ave., River Edge, N.I.: B.S. in Nurs.: Political Union: Univ. Marching Band: Univ. Concert Band. 1 1 .ew I. W. Pressler D. C. Prosperi I. S. Prusinowski S. L. Puente I. P. Purrazzella B. S. Quinn I. H. Quinn Ir. I. I. Radomile Ir. M. Ratchford H. V. Ratke A. P. Ravis R. D. Reardon R. R. Redding D. E. Reid I. P. Reidy IAMES W. PRESSLER: 25 Virginia Ave., West Springfield, Mass.: B.S. in Humanities: Hockey: Intra. Sports: Pre-Law Soc.: Villanovan. DAVID C. PROSPERI III: 100 Chapin Ave., Staten Island, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Bio. Club: Intra. Sports: K. of C.: Univ. Marching Band: Alpha Phi Omega. IOSEPH S. PRUSINOWSKI: 120 N. Waterloo Rd., Devon, Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Basketball Club: Intra. Sports: Pre- Law Soc.: Pi Sigma Epsilon. STEPHEN L. PUENTE: 6928 Dennison St., San Diego, Calif.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. IOSEPH P. PURRAZZELLA: 852 Brookside Dr., Toms River, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Marketing Club. BRIAN S. QUINN: 701 Powder Mill Lane, Phila., Pa.: A.B. in Hist.: Lambda Kappa Delta: Pre-Law Soc. IOHN H. QUINN IR.: 321 Krewson Terrace, Willow Grove, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: NROTC: Pi Sigma Epsilon. IOHN I. RADOMILE IR.: 4201 State Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Alpha Phi Omega: Belle Air: Bio. Club: Intra. Sports: Basketball Club. MICHAEL RATCHFORD: 110 Winthrop Rd., Edison, N.I.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. L. A. Reilly I. I. Reitano D. P. Reynolds HENRY V. RATKE IR.: 215 Grampian Blvd., Williamsport, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Pol. Union: Pre-Law Soc. ALBERT P. RAVIS: 621 Willow St., Pottstown, Pa.: B.A. in Humanities: Intra. Oflicial Assoc.: Intra. Sports: Photo Club: Pol. Union: Pre-Law Soc.: Ski Club. ROBERT D. REARDON: RD W2 Box 479, Seneca Falls, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Acct. Soc.: Econ. Club: Intra. Sports: K. of C. RONALD R. REDDING: 662 Long Lane, Gettysburg, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: Intra. Sports: P.S.E.A. DAVID E. REID: North Five Points Rd., West Chester, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Lambda Kappa Delta: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc. IOSEPH P. REIDY: 18 Malvern Rd., Newark, Del.: A.B. in Soc.: Swimming. LAWRENCE A. REILLY: 155 Hamilton Ave., Princeton, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. IEROME I. REITANO: 756 Fern St., Yeadon, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: Ir. Class Book: Sr. Class Book: P.S.E.A. DAVID P. REYNOLDS: 29 Grover Lane, W. Caldwell, N.I.: B.A. in Eng.: Lynx: Villanovan. 309 R. L. Rice I. P. Riehl R. C. Reithmiller RAYMOND L. RICE: 1183 Colgate Dr., Monroeville, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Alpha Phi Omega: Intra. Sports: Pol. Union. IAMES P. RIEHL: 340 Levick St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: A.Ch.S.: Intra. Sports. ROSEMARY C. RIETHMILLER: 333 Meetinghouse Rd., lenkintown, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. MARIA A. RIFICI: 1210 Grand Ave., Asbury Park, N.I.: B.S. in Nurs.: Alpha Xi Delta, Pres.: Inter-Frat Council. MARY C. RILEY: 1620 West Chester Pike, West Chester, Pa.: B.S. in Educ. ALFRED I. RINN: 16 Norcroft Rd., Iersey City, NJ.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Intra. Sports: Villa- nova Engineer: A.S.M.E. EUGENE A. RITTI: 4 Vernon Lane, Malvern, Pa.: A.B. in Hist.: Pre-Law Soc., V. Pres.: Track. ROBERT E. RIVA: 40 Highland Ave., Short Hills, NJ.: B.A. in Humanities: NROTC: Sr., Ir., Soph. Steering Comm.: Belle Air: Hist. Club: Inter-Frat Council: I.C.S.: Lambda Kappa Delta, Pres.: Who's Who. RICHARD F. RIVIFLLO: Linda Court !.pts., WB-10, 830 W. Springfield Rd., Springfield, Pa.: B.S in Educ.: Intra. Sports: P.S.E.A. E. A. Ritti R. E. Riva R. F. Riviello ,N-v S. F. Rollin A. C. Romano I. E. Romero M. Rothenberg V. A. Rotondi I. I. Rousseau .g p . FSQIX 'Nav' 310 CTW M. A. Rifici M. C. Riley A. I. Rinn REGINA A. ROBSHAW: 99 Sargent Dr., Buffalo, N.Y.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Belle Air, Managing Ed. ROBERT F. RODACHY: 3035 Elyria Ave., Lorain, Ohio: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Villanova Singers: Spires. CARLOS S. RODRIGUEZ: 15 Avon Rd., Larchmont, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Track: Wrestling. STEPHEN F. ROLLIN: 7546 Brockton Rd., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E. ALBERT C. ROMANO: 721 Greenway Ave., Darby, Pa.: A.B. in Eng.: Delta Epsilon Sigma. IESUS E. ROMERO: 114 Highland Ave., Bala Cynwyd, Pa.: B.S. in Econ. IOSEPH P. ROSCIOLI: 121 Gallagher Rd., Wayne, Pa.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: Basketball Club: A.S.C.E. THOMAS A. ROSE: Continental Oil Aportado 142, Mara- caibo, Venezuela: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Lambda Kappa Delta: Pre-Law Soc.: Spanish Club: SGA. IOHN A. ROSSI: 590 Sanger St., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: A.I.Ch.E. MARC ROTHENBERG: 2685 Levick St., Phila., Pa.: B.A. in Humanities: Xstron. Soc., Treas.: Intra. Sports: Pol. Union. R. A. Robshaw R. F. Rodachy C. S. Rodriguez li! Vt'-, 1""'n I. P. Roscioli T. A. Rose I. A. Rossi P. I. Rowan T. E. Rowe P. I. Rowland -fi Nh 5-if ... M. A. Ruane P. I. Rudden W. I. Rueger VINCENT A. ROTONDI: 311 Collom St., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. IEFFREY I. ROUSSEAU: 24 Dairy Farm Rd., Norwalk, Conn.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Soph. Steer- ing Comm.: Delta Pi Mug Intra. Oflicials Assoc., Pres.: Intra. Sports. PATRICK I. ROWAN: 518 Market St., Gloucester, N.I.: A.B. in Psych.: Alpha Phi Omega, Sec., Psych. Club, Bio. Club. THOMAS E. ROWE: 34 Waite St., Norwich, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Sr., Ir., Soph. Steering Comm.: Hist. Clubg Pi Sigma Epsilon: Pol. Union: Pre-Law Soc.: Spanish Clubg Belle Air. PETER I. ROWLAND: 105 Fourth St., Hackettstown, N.I.: B.S. in Educ. MICHAEL A. RUANE: 3836 Albermarle Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Ski Club. PAUL I. RUDDEN: Whistler Rd., Manhasset, N.Y.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Crewg Iynxg Pre-Law Soc.: Critique: Student Court. S. I. Russoniello R. P. Ryan S. I. Sabatini . ...J ., P E. A. N. Ruggieri R. I. Rumsey A. F. Russo WILLIAM I. RUEGER: 137-57 25th Ave., Whitestone, N.Y.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club, Sec.: Soc. of Mass Servers 8: Lec- torsg Spanish Club: Alpha Epsilon Delta. ALEXANDER N. RUGGIERI: 110 So. 8th St., Vineland, N.I.: B.A. in Eng.: Sociological Soc.: P.S.E.A. ROBERT I. RUMSEY: 4 Easy St., Kirkwood, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc.: Intra. Sports: Ski Club. ANTHONY F. RUSSO: 603 N. 64th St., Phila., Pa.: B.A. in Mod. Lang. SAVINO I. RUSSONIELLO: 340 Lincoln Ave., Orange, N.I.: A.B. in Soc.: Soph. Steering Comm., Bio. Club: Intra. Sports, Pre-Law Soc.: Sociological Soc.g Spirit Comm. R. PAUL RYAN: 165 Signal Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Math: Math Clubg Intra. Sports: Spirit Comm. SMERALDO I. SABATINI: 21 Thompson Dr., Havertown, Pa.: B.A. in Hist. ROBERT I. SACCARO: 310 N. 7th St., Prospect Park, N.I.: B.A. in Humanities: Chem. Club, Stage Crew: Intra. Sports: Soph. Steering Comm. IOHN F. SADOWSKI: 82 N. Lincoln St., Mechanicsville, N.Y.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E. GORGE P. SALA: La Alhambaa Almena 36, Ponce, Puerto Rico: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Spanish Club. R. I. Saccaro I. F. Sadowski G. P. Sala 11- I I. SF' . if 1, is A. I. Salierno P. T. Sanoski Iizg N. I. Santangelo R. C. Santanna Ir. T. F. Santini I. W. Savage 'Q' -- .f , 3 eh.. s Q x x A A D. L. Savoie R. W. Schaffer W. G. Scheuerman Ir. M. W. Schiller E. A. Schirick P. M. Schlotman .QQ mf S. I. Schmerge M. I. Schneider R. F. Schneider D. K. Schoenen P. R. Scholl R. I. Scholz ANTHONY I. SALIERNO: 2706 Columbus Ave., N. Bell- more, N.Y.: B.A. in Humanities: Bio. Club: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Intra. Sports. PAUL T. SANOSKI: Rt. 3147, Middlefield, Conn.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Alpha Phi Omega: A.S.M.E.: Intra. Sports: Rifle Team. NORMAN I. SANTANGELO: 437 W. 10th Ave., Conshn hocken, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Gamma Phi: Market. Soc. RAYMOND C. SANTANNA IR.: 1903 Colonial Rd., Har- risburg, Pa.: B.A. in Eng.: Intra. Sports: Villanova Singers. THOMAS F. SANTINI: 196 E. Conestoga Rd., Devon, Pa.: B.S. in Chem.: A.Ch.S.: Intra. Sports. IOSEPH W. SAVAGE: 138 North St., Watertown, Conn.: B.S. in Econ.: Market. Soc. DANIEL L. SAVOIE: 65 Naushon Rd., Pawtucket, R.I.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: A.S.C.E.: Crew: Intra. Sports: K. of C.: Ski Club: WWVU. ROBERT W. SCHAFFER: 965 Valley Rd., Blue Bell, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: S.G.A.: Delta Pi Epsilon. WALTER G. SCHEUERMAN IR.: Sutphin Rd., Yardley, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci. MARK W. SCHILLER: 105 Palmerston Rd., Rochester, N.Y.: B.A. in Humanities: Sr. Steering Comm.: Football: Intra. Sports: Lambda Kappa Delta. 312 EDWARD A. SCHIRICK: 95 South Manor Ave., Kingston N.Y.: B.A. in Pol. Sci. PAUL M. SCHLOTMAN: 17 Revere Rd., Larchmont, N.Y. B.E. in Chem. Engin.: Villanova Singers: Intra. Sports Rugby: Irish Cultural Soc.: Wrestling: A.I.Ch.E. STEPHEN I. SCHMERGE: 835 Claflin Ave., Mamaroneck N.Y.: B.A. in Hist.: Soc. of Mass Servers 81 Lectors: Rugby Football: I.C.S.: Hist. Club: Wrestling: Ir. Class Book. MICHAEL IAMES SCHNEIDER: 462 Queens Ave., Mas- sapequa, N.Y.: B.A. in Eng.: Intra. Sports. RICHARD F. SCHNEIDER: 462 Queens Ave., Massapequa, N.Y.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: Intra. Sports: A.S.C.E. DAVID K. SCHOENEN: 617 Green Ct., Bethlehem, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Ir. Steering Comm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Gamma Phi. PAUL R. SCHOLL: 151 Valley Run Dr., Cherry Hill, N.I.: B.S. in Chem. ROBERT I. SCHOLZ: 335 Cherry Lane, Havertown, Pa.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: A.I.Ch.E.: Intra. Sports. . 9 GARY D. SCHROYER: 17034 Anita Rd., Fraser, Mich.: B.S. in Bio.: Intra. Sports, Intra. Officials Assoc. BARBARA A. SCHULTZ: 235 Forest Hills Circle, Devon, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Alpha Xi Delta, Univ. Marching Band. CHRISTOPHER R. SCHULZ: 16th St. 8: Ocean Ave., Barnegat Light, NJ.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Spirit Comm. HERBERT I. SCHUSTER: 1392 Isabella Ave., Union, NJ.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Pre-Law Soc., Ski Club. IOHN I. SCHWAY: 6543 Windsor Ave., Phila., Pa.: A.B. in Soc. ROBERT I. SCHWECHERL: 3549 Stephen La., Wantagh, N.Y.: B.S. in Acct.: Delta Pi Mu, Pres., Acct. Soc., Intra. Sports, Inter-Frat. Council, Shamokinaki. MICHAEL A. SCULLY: 1429 Dorel Rd., Rydal, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Sr. Steering Comm., Delta Pi Epsilon, Finance Soc., Intra. Sports, Track, S.G.A. RICHARD P. SEELAUS: 114 Avon Rd., Narberth, Pa.: B.S. in Econ. KAREN E. SEKERAK: 26 Waverly Pl., Bridgeport, Conn.: B.S. in Nurs.: Cheerleader, Pi Theta Chi, Who's Who. ROBERT I. SEMAN: Eugene Blvd. 8: Frank Ave., S. Amboy, NJ.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E. IOHN A. SERGOUIC: W 3 Edgewater Lane, Severna Park, Md.: B.S. in Econ.: Ir. Steering Comm., Delta Pi Epsilon, Econ. Soc., Gamma Phi, Lacrosse, Omnicron Delta Epsilon. IOHN A. SGRIGNOLI: 410 Bristol Dr., Harrisburg, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Villanova Singers, Intra. Sports, Math Club, Finance Soc., Spires. WILLIAM M. SHAUNESSY: 4 Wellington, Rd., Livingston, NJ.: B.S. in Acct.: Cheerleader, Spirit Comm., Acct. Soc., Baseball. F. GENE SHELLENBERGER IR.: 449 Prince Frederick St., King of Prussia, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. KATHLEEN M. SHELLEY: 3631 Holt Lane, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Sociological Soc., Social Action Club. GERALD F. SHERM: 5009 Marvine Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: NROTC, Soph. Steering Comm., Acct. Soc., Delta Pi Epsilon, Swimming, Intra. Sports. WILLIAM T. SHEVLAND: 2013 Oakmont Ave., Haver- town, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Sr., Ir., Soph. Steering Comm., Blue Key Soc., Intra. Sports, Pol. Union, Pre-Law Soc. IOHN R. SHUHLER: Rt. 1, Box 196, E. Greenville, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E. G. D. Schroyer B. A. Schultz C. R. Schulz H. I. Schuster I. I. Schway R. I. Schwecherl 'Rr M. A. Scully R. P. Seelaus K. E. Sekerak R. I. Seman I. A. Sergouic I. A. Sprignoli sn-.ss W. M. Shaunessy F. G. Shellenberger Ir. K. M. Shelley G. F. Sherm W. T. Shevland I. R. Shuhler S. L. Sims R. S. Skula L. A. Sloane I. A. Slusarz A. P. Smith E. I. Smith 'Uu- R. D. Smith S. I. Snarski Ir. I. R. Snell I. E. Snider I. M. Snyder G. S. Soltis C. A. Sorantino I. S. Sowinski I. D. Speakman Ir. SAMMY L. SIMS: 411-5th Place South, Phenix City, Ala.: A.B. in Soc.: Basketball: Baseball: Black Student League. ROBERT S. SKULA: 18 Lois Ct., Wayne, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports. LEONARD A. SLOANE: 5810 Oakland St., Phila., Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: NROTC: Football: Intra. Sports: Pre-Law Soc. IOHN A. SLUSARZ: 100 Foster Rd., S. Windsor, Conn.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Eta Kappa Nu: Rifle Team: Tau Beta Pi. ANGELA P. SMITH: 826 E. Dorset St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: N.F.C.C.S.: Pol. Union: Women's Glee Club. EDWARD I. SMITH: 7256 Githens Ave., Pennsauken, N.I.: B.S. in Chem.: Intra. Sports: A.Ch.S. ROBERT D. SMITH: 8 Sutton Pl., Ossining, N.Y.: A.B. in Econ.: Econ. Club: SGA. STANLEY I. SNARSKI IR.: 134 Hopkins Rd., Baltimore, Md.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Pi Tau Sigma: Villanova Engi- neer: A.S.M.E., SGA Rep.: Intra. Sports: Basketball Club. IOHN R. SNELL: Andover Rd. R.D. 32, Glen Moore, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports: I.C.G.: Young Democrats. 314 R. S. Stanek M. S. Staump I. B. Stec IAMES E. SNIDER: 1779 Lincoln Hwy. E., Lancaster, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports: N.F.C.C.S.: Pol. Union: Pre- Law Soc.: Young Democrats. IAMES M. SNYDER: 1213 Linden St., Reading, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: K. of C.: Finance Soc.: Hist. Club: Intra. Sports: Kappa Chi: Inter-Frat. Council: Ir. Steering Comm. GLENN S. SOLTIS: 606 Salisbury St., Worcester, Mass.: B.S. in Math.: Basketball Club: Golf Team: Intra. Sports: K. of C.: Math. Club: Kappa Chi. CAROL A. SORANTINO: 39 Maple Ave., Cedarville, N.I.: B.A. in Educ.: Ir. Class Sec.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Co- Chairman Dorm Council: Orientation Comm. IOHN S. SOWINSKI: 1273 Harding Rd., Vineland, N.I.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: I.E.E.E.: Eta Kappa Nu. IOHN D. SPEAKMAN IR.: 1508 Dilworth Rd., Wilmington, Del.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club: Intra. Sports: K. of C. ROBERT S. STANEK: Frost St., Plantsville, Conn.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: Gamma Phi. MARY S. STAUMP: 1957 Duncan Dr., Scotch Plains, N.I.: B.S. in Nurs.: Sigma Tau Delta. IOSEPH B. STEC: 1217 Spruce Dr., Richardson, Texas: B.S. in Math.: NROTC: Intra. Sports: Math. Club. ' was .. Sv R. I. Steel E. M. Stiles R. N. Stillman I. A. Stopper N. I. Story A. H. Strolle X -: I liff" 1:-+L ff T. F. Strybuc D. S. Stuckey A. P. Sullivan E. I. Sullivan T. F. Sullivan S. A. Swan R. A. Swiss P. M. Synowiez N. C. Tacconelli W. I. Tackaberry I. I. Talbot W. G. Taylor ROBERT I. STEEL: 5432 Springfield Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Math. E. MICHAEL STILES: 71 Auburn Rd., West Hartford, Conn.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: NROTC: Iota Delta Nu: Intra. Sports: K. of C.: Alpha Phi Omega: Belle Air: Conserva- tive Club. RICHARD N. STILLMAN: 20 Forest La., Scarsdale, N.Y.: B.A. in Humanities: Conservative Club: Pol. Union. IOHN A. STOPPER: 110 Hanvey Ave., Reading, Pa.: A.B. in Hist.: Football: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc. NANCY I. STORY: 5 Parkway Lane, Bradford, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. ALFRED H. STROLLE: 825 Fern St., Yeadon, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Gamma Phi: Spirit Comm. THOMAS F. STRYBUC: 11625 Gifford Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: NROTC: Acct. Soc.: Intra. Sports. DENNIS S. STUCKEY: 589 Bob White Rd., Wayne, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: Intra. Sports. ALAN P. SULLIVAN: 268 Main St., Groveland, Mass.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Belle Masque, SGA Rep.: Rugby: Alpha Psi Omega. EDWARD I. SULLIVAN: 465 Manhasset Woods Rd., Man- hasset, N.Y.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Delta Pi Mu. TIMOTHY F. SULLIVAN: 1128 Blythe Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E.: Intra. Sports: Tau Kappa Epsilon: Villanova Engineer. SHARON A. SWAN: 435 University Blvd., E., Silver Spring, Md.: B.S. in Educ.: LYNX. ROBERT A. SWISS: 62 Buckwheat Rd., Franklin, N.I.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Intra. Sports: Stage Crew. PETER M. SYNOWIEZ: 3313 Garner Rd., Raleigh, N.C.: B.S. in Math.: NROTC: Belle Air: Intra. Sports: Villanova Singers. NICHOLAS C. TACCONELLI: 3518 Culey Rd., Newton Square, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Intra. Sports: Spirit Comm. WILLIAM I. TACKABERRY: 25 Beech Ave., Madison, N.I.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Villanova Singers. IAMES I. TALBOT: 209 Knowlton Rd., Media, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Villanovan: Finance Soc.: Intra. Sports: Philosophy Club. WILLIAM G. TAYLOR: Box 185 Sacandaga Rd., Scotia, N.Y.: B.S .in Educ.: Crew: Wrestling: Student Education Assoc.-P.S.E.A. 315 B. I. Terzullo G. L. Tessitore H. Thomas BRUCE I. TERZUOLO: 26 Beekman Terrace, Summit, N.I.: B.S. in Educ.: NROTC: Rille Team: Pistol Team. GREGG L. TESSITORE: 543 Woodstock Ave., Stratford, Conn.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Finance Soc.: Hist. Club: Irish Cultural Soc.: Pi Sigma Epsilon. HERBERT THOMAS: 381 Yorkshire Rd., Rosemont, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. WILLIAM A. THOMAS: 1581 Wynnewood Rd., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. WILLIAM F. THOMPSON: 247 E. Sheldon St., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Chem. Engin.: A.I.Ch.E. EDMUND D. TOBEN: 653 E. 14th St., New York, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Soph. Steering Comm.: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc.: Marketing Soc.: Pre-Law Soc. WILLIAM I. TOOMEY: 124 Franklin St., Sayre, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Villanovan: Finance Soc.: Intra. Sports. ANTHONY I. TORRIGROSSA: 83 Scranton Ave., Staten Island, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci. FRANK M TORRISI 26 Barr Dr Rockawa N B A . : y ., y, .I.: . . in Humanities: Alpha Phi Omega: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Intra. Sports: Social Action Comm.: Religious Affairs Comm. FRANK S. TOTH: 19 4th St., Fieldsboro, N.I.: B.E. in Elec. Engin.: IEEE: Phil. Club. W. I. Toomey A. I. Torrigrossa F. M. Torrisi W. A. Thomas W. F. Thompson E. D. Toben THOMAS I. TOURISH: 3578 Swiftwater Lane, Brook- haven, Pa.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: History Club: Lambda Kappa Delta: S.G.A.: Villanovan. IOHN P. TREACY: 2325 North Gilinger Rd., Lafayette Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Football: Intra. Sports: Irish Cultural Soc. RAMON C. USATEGUI: P.O. Box 2010, Managua, Nica- ragua: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Baseball: Alpha Phi Omega: Intra. Sports. IANET A. VADNAIS: 318 Hampden St., Chicopee, Mass.: B.S. in Nurs.: Sigma Theta Tau. THOMAS V. VANDERGAST: 5202 Fairhaven Rd., Clifton Hts., Pa.: B.S. in Bio.: Lambda Kappa Delta: Alpha Epsilon Delta, V. Pres.: Intra. Sports: Bio. Club. EMIL L. VAN HOOK: 102 Harrison Ave., Millville, NJ.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Univ. Marching Band: Univ. Concert Band. MICHAEL F. VANNELLA: 43 Arcadia Pl., Vineland, N.I.: A.B. in Hist.: Honors Program: Social Action Comm.: Villanovan. ELIZABETH G. VEITH: 25 N. Highland Ave., Lansdowne, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs. F. S. Toth T. I. Tourish I. P. Treacy R. C. Usategui I. A. Vadnais T. Vandergast E. L. Van Hook M. F. Vannella E. G. Veith P. S. Viener I. I. Viktora F. V. Villani L. I. Virelli W. H. Vogenitz P. Waclawsky 316 NW XQXSEEQ A. D. Wahl I. T. Waldeyer W. S. Walik PHILIP S. VIENER: 302 Greenway Lane, Richmond, Va.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: WWVU, Soccer Club, Ir. Steering Comm., Soph. Steering Comm., WWVU-TV. IOHN I. VIKTORA: 9929 S. Throop St., Chicago, Ill.: B.S. in Chem.: Chem. Soc., Intra. Officials Assoc., Intra. Sports. FRANCIS V. VILLANI: 6476 Woodcrest Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E., Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Villanova Engineer. LOUIS I. VIRELLI: 20 Dartmouth Circle, Swarthmore, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E., A.I.Ch.E., Intra. Sports, K. of C., Kappa Chi, Treas., Lacrosse, Physics Club. WILLIAM H. VOGENITZ: 516 Fletcher Rd., Wayne, Pa.: B.S. in Math. PAUL WACLAWSKY: 1108 Turner Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Basketball, Intra. Sports, Market Soc. ANDREW D. WAHL: 100 Hepburn Rd., Clifton, N.I.: A.B. in Pol. Sci.: Ir. Steering Comm., Irish Cultural Soc., Lynx. IOHN T. WALDEYER: 141 Elton Rd., Stewart Manor, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Sr. Steering Comm., Soph. Steering Comm., Intra. Sports, LYNX, Villanova Singers. WILLIAM S. WALIK: Birchwood Dr., Orange, Conn.: B.S. in Educ.: Delta Pi Epsilon, Football, Track. I. A. Walsh W. E. Walter G. A. Walters E. C. Walker Ir. W. I. Walker I. L. Walowiak EDWARD C. WALKER IR.: 415 N. 33rd St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Physics: Physics Club, VISA. WILLIAM I. WALKER: 103 Sparling Dr., Rochester, N.Y.: B.E. in Civil Engin.: Baseball, A.S.C.E. IEFFREY L. WALOWIAK: 23 Sheperd St., Rockville Cen- tre, N.Y.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: NROTC, Finance Soc., Rifle Team, Irish Cultural Soc. IOHN ALAN WALSH: 20 Marion Ave., Albany, N.Y.: B.S. in Chem.: A.Ch.S., Irish Cultural Soc., Intra. Sports, Stu- dent Court, S.G.A. WILLIAM E. WALTER: RD 31, Box 10, E. Stroudsburg, Pa.: B.A. in Pol. Sci.: Hist. Club, Political Union, Pre-Law Soc., Basketball Club, Intra. Sports. GREGORY A. WALTERS: 57 Grandview Dr., W. Pater- son, N.I.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: Pi Tau Sigma, A.S.M.E. KENNETH F. WALTERS: 74 N. Grove St., Valley Stream, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: Irish Cultural Soc., Intra. Sports. KENNETH W. WALTERS IR.: 363 Randolph Dr., York, Pa.: B.S. in Econ.: Ir. Class Ollicer, Treas., Delta Pi Epsi- lon, Blue Key Soc., Gamma Phi, S.G.A., Exec. Vice-Pres. ROBERT S. WAZ: 48 W. Elm St., Deep River, Conn.: B.S. in Chem. K. F. Walters K. W. Walters Ir. R. S. Waz -me--' -gk., .dxf 4 1 ' ML 11 G. P. Weinbrecht I. M. Weir F. R. Welsh C. G. Westcott C. E. Witzler P. W. Whalen 51.5 K , X eg W. W. Wheeler D. E. Whitaker D. L. White N N. A. White R. S. Whitehead R. Whitman -S.. f P. A. Wieczorek P. I. Wilson S. I. Winowicz, Ir. R. I. Wisniewski T. M. Witte R. E. Wnek GERALD P. WEINBRECHT: 2305 University Ave., Bronx, N.Y.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: C.C.D.: Intra. Sports: Social Action Comm. IAMES M. WEIR: 970 Chimney Ridge Dr., Springfield, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Track: Irish Cultural Soc.: Acct. Soc. FRANCIS R. WELSH: 161 Krams Ave., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Math: Intra. Sports. CHARLES G. WESTCOTT: P.O. Box 765, Devon, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. CARL E. WETZLER: 4150 Lincoln Rd., Indianapolis, Ind.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Gamma Phi: Irish Cultural Soc. PAUL W. WHALEN: 200 Springs Rd., Bedford, Mass.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: K. of C.: Intra. Sports. WILLIAM W. WHEELER: 32 Adams St., Oyster Bay, N.Y.: B.E. in Mech. Engin.: A.S.M.E.: Pi Tau Sigma: Univ. Marching Band: Univ. Concert Band. DORA E. WHITAKER: 205 Second St., Riverton, N.Y.: B.A. in Eng. DONNA L. WHITE: 201 Bryn Mawr Ave., Newtown Square, Pa.: A.B. in Soc.: Ski Club: Sociological Soc.: VISA, Sec. NORMA A. WHITE: 109 Valley Creek Rd., Norristown, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs. 318 ROBERT S. WHITEHEAD: 6660 Blakemore St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: Track. RICHARD WHITMAN: 508 Old School House Dr., Spring- field, Pa.: B.S. in Educ.: Alpha Phi Omega: VISA: Shamokinaki. PETER A. WIECZOREK: 194 Linwool St., New Britain, Conn.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Finance Soc.: Intra. Sports: Market. Soc. PETER I. WILSON: 660 High Mountain Rd., Franklin Lakes, N.I.: B.S. in Acct.: Delta Pi Mu: Intra. Sports: Stage Crew. STANLEY I. WINOWICZ IR.: 308 Adeline St., Trenton, N.I.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: NROTC: K. of C.: Soc. of Mass Servers 81 Lectorsg Univ. Marching Band: Univ. Concert Band. RICHARD I. WISNIEWSKI: 3228 E. Thompson St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm.: Market. Soc. THOMAS M. WITTE: 923 Wilde Ave., Drexel Hill, Pa.: A.B. in Soc. Sci.: NROTC: Alpha Phi Omega: K. of C.: Intra. Sports. ROBERT E. WNEK: 91 Lanouette St., Meriden, Conn.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc.: Finance Soc.: Pi Sigma Epsilon: Pre- Law Soc. LEON A. WOINOWSKI: 579 Beach Rd., Buffalo, N.Y.: B.S. in Acct.: Basketball, Acct. Soc. EUGENE E. WOLFEL: 3302 N. 4th St., Whitehall, Pa.: B.S. in Bio. DENNIS C. WOLOSHIN: Salem Harbour, Windsor Court 508 C2, Andalusia, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. DOUGLAS WOLOSHIN: Governor Sproul Apt. Alter Phi, Pre-Law Soc. WAYNE R. WOLSTENHOLME: 1549 Berks St., Phila., Bldg. W 106, Broomal, Pa.: B.S. in Acct.: Acct. Soc., Gamma Pa.: B.S. in Bio. ALBERT A. WYCHULIS: 109 N. Clarendon Ave., Mar- gate, NJ.: B.S. in Bio.: Bio. Club, German Club, Intra. Sports, K. of C., Shamokinaki. MARGARET M. WYNNE: 253 Ellis Rd., Havertown, Pa.: B.S. in Nurs.: Pistol Team, Rifle Team, Spirit Comm. THOMAS W. YODER: 123 So. 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Adm. ELIZABETH M. LYONS: 400 Cherry Lane, Havertown, Pa.: B.S. in Educ. LEONARD E. MARKFORD IR.: 23 Fahnestock Rd., Mal- vern, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. IOHN A. MCNALLY: 449 Keebler Rd., King of Prussia, Pa. B.S. in Bus. Adm. IOHN H. NAWN: 306 S. Madison Ave., Upper Darby, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. IOHN I. O'GRADY IR.: 6723 Haverford Rd., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. ROBERT E. SCOTT: 265 Frederick Rd., Havertown, Pa.: B.E. in Elec. Engin. I. DAVID SHUCK: 5 Broad St., West Chester, Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. ROBERT B. SIMPSON: 47 Wayne Ave., Springfield, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin. THOMAS I. SIMPSON: 208 Signal Rd., Drexel Hill, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin. KANNETH G. VanBRAMER: 131 Harmony Rd., Levit- town, Pa.: B.E. in Mech. Engin. EARL E. WAXMAN: 6604 N. 12 St., Phila., Pa.: B.S. in Bus. Adm. P. F. Kennedy E. M. Lyons L. E. Markford I. A. McNally I. H. Nawn I. I. O'Grady R. E. Scott I. D. Shuck R. B. Simpson T. I. Simpson K. G. VanBramer E. E. 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State and Overhill Road Media, Pennsylvania Electrical Construction-Electrical Engineers R- S' MCCRACKEN 8, LA 5-4811 WE DELIVER sons, mc. , 636 North 13th Street PIZZI S PIZZERIA Phila., Pa. 19123 CEnter 6-5151 PIZZA-STEAKS-HOAGIES 1625 Princeton Avenue Trenton, N.J. 599-4519 HOURS-OPEN 7 DAYS EVERYTHING FOR WELDING Linde-Prest-O-Lite-Purox Oxweld--Sigma-Heliarc Weekdays, 12 Noon to 12 Friday, 12 Noon to 1 a.m. Saturday, 12 Noon to 1 am, 1217 LANCASTER AVE. Cyrogenic Gases-Safety Equipment Sunday, 4 p.m. to 12 ROSEMONT, PA. FRANK x. PURCELL LA 5-0443 LA 5-6664 Painting Contractor PARVlN'S PHARMACY 25 Master Painters James P' Kerchner Alice M. Kerchner 'A' Pharmacists MO 4-0327 Narberth, Pa. 30 Bryn Mawr Ave. Bryn Mawr, Pa. E SW Congratulations to the Class of 1970 from TED, ALA 81 MOM at the FORREST if W -r Nb V, ' . AVNVY ' 4 frm., 'bg , ' d H- 1' I gfgi Lf' P Wv :rg .4 zflad ,ff V CV ,. QV, H, mi X. , V y . V ' ,V L, it JV 0. - K ' Q: J . . 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Mrs. John welsh '-aq::er1----1153531555411l.u..I IIlQ ,L' Mary Ruth Colon ,' . i"f' 2- ' Rose Talesco .mf for had ...J D , .. , A Zinn of the jfnur ,falls If-I I 517-0250 Compliments of ALL SAINTS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 115 Throop Avenue er0oklyn,N.Y.112oe GEORGE MEHRER 84 SON R 0 O F I N G PHILADELPHIA AND SUBURBS BA 8-6153 . OHS Compliments NEWMAN 0 Watercolors of GALLERIES . UNION PAVING 0 Graphics Philadelphia CUMPANY 0 Reproductions Bryn Mawr One E. Wynnewood Road 0 Framing Wynnewood, Pa. On the Main Line lt's . ,. FLOHR CHEVROLET 125 E. Lancaster Avenue Ardmore, Pa. MI 9-0300 DURKIN WORLD TRAVELS Reservations Groups - Business - Pleasure Cruises - Hotels - Air Tours ir Philadelphia. Pa. 19144 GULF HOUSEWARMING SERVICE Fon COMPLETE coMFonT i heating oil Bryn Mawr Ice and Fuel Co. LA 5-0117 5 N. Franklin Avenue. Rosemont. Pa. DOYLE 81 HEMCHER, INC. Plasterers and Contractors t 829 Conestoga Road Rosemont. Pa. WILLIAM H. WALTERS 8: SONS INCORPORATED MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS Heating - Plumbing - Air Conditioning Power Piping 1306-16 North Carlisle Street PO 3-8500 Philadelphia, 21, Pa ESTOGA M1 o r l 1' CON RESTAURANT LL Ongrairg a Ions 4? 1- v The Class of 1970 qc 6 6 GIS' scnunmo CONSTRUCTION Q, COMPANY, INC. 6:7700 -sr if QOQSP po Q 143 Cornell Avenue ' Hawthorne, New Jersey HAwthorne 7-2696 BRYN M2wn.PENNA' COMPLIMENTS OF INTERSTATE UNITED CORPORATION The Treadway Colonial Watchman Salutes the Class ol 1970 Remember the Watchman-Your Sign Good Food, Drink and Lodging TREADWAY INN Route 30 at Radnor-Chester Road St. Davids, Pennsylvania Robert C. Bennett, Innkeeper MU 8-5800 Every Type of Entertainment for Every Need THE WILLIAM HONNEY AGENCY 1411 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pa. 19102 LOcust 4-1948 LOcust 4-0257 Booking and Coordination of Successful College Concerts Jazz Combos-Rock 81 Roll Groups JIMMY DUFFY 81 SONS Caterers and Restaurant "Meet Me at Jimmy's" Lancaster Pike 1 Mile East of Paoli, Pa Name Orchestras 647-0160 TONY'S L 4 .T J j. Y-' Rosemont Italian Steaks msxlf and Hoagies Seasoned to Your Taste if 908 Conestoga Road Rosemont, Pa. Cold Sodas - Milk - Ice Cream Phone: LA 5-9377 Hours: 9 AM. to 72 Midnight RICHARD QQ sTockToN YM ii 6 851 Lancaster Avenue Bryn Mawr. Pa. 19010 LA 5-0616 GIFTS - SOCIAL STATIONERY - CARDS COOPER'S SPORTCENTER RAYMOND RHODES AGENCY INC. Ray Rhodes ' John Soldoveri ' Donald Berkhout 4655 N. 5th Street Phila., Pa. 19140 REAL ESTATE DA 9-9184-85 GENERAL INSURANCE FULL UNE OF SPORTING GOODS 315 Lafayette Ave.. Hawthorne, N.J. HA 7-3000 JOSEPH R. FARRELL Building Construction Since 1922 144 CEDAR AVENUE WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, PA. 19428 Joseph R. Farrell TAylor 8-8800 de KISS ART CO. , Stock and Custom Picture Framing Comphments Sculpturing - Portrait Painting Murals 81 Monuments Oil Painting - Etchings on Silk - Prints - Mirrors of the Paintings Cleaned and Restored - Gilding ARTISTS' MATERIALS Opposite Fire House at Merion Avenue CAMPUS BARBER SHOP 876 Lancaster Avenue Bryn Mawr, Pa. LA 5-8576 1: 5 if 2 I xg - .' fi t ty J K CLASS OF 1972 Jim Glennon .. ..... President Bob Gibson ... ...Vice President Victoria Snrader . ...... Secretary John Guigliano ........................................ Treasurer '1"-"""""- THE 1970 BELLE AIR STAFF 'M-"""""'l EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Edward I. Kiley MANAGING EDITOR Gina Robshaw BUSINESS MANAGER Gabriel Poggi MODERATOR Mr. Thomas C. Linahan COPY Paul Patsis Phillip Viener O Kevin Dillon, PhilDunn, Robert Riva, Tom Vandergast D1vIs1oNs a ' I I Karen Mudry Iohn Dillon, Martin Fertig EXCHANGE Alice Finore FRATERNITY Richard Dyer Irene Davidson, Ioe Mule ORGANIZATIONS , Leslie Pfalf I. C. Bresnahan, Iames Courtney, Ioseph Legato, Karen Moxley, Michael Savini PHOTOGRAPHY Ioseph O'Connell, III Ron Bardawil, Iohn Breger, David Carroll, Lawrence Chan, Wing Luen Chan, Mark Edman, Greg Hammer, Dennis Luke, Terrence McDonald, Brian McNamara, Karen Mudry, Iohn Novotny, George Tillman, Thomas Yoder, Iames Zogby. - SENIOR Anne Corrigan IoAnn Tulley Marie Bongiovonni, Ianet Buckridge, Ioan Dombroski, Laurene Dornblaser, Pam Reeves, Kathleen Schiffner, Doris Taucsh SOCIAL D. Christopher Kunkel Cecilia Smith Anita Bigatel, Richard Burch, Maryann Cronin, Iohn Gunn,-Sue Mancini, Sue McKriesh, Iudi Shields, Phil Tvohey .P 1 C A A - SPORTS L A Garrett D. Edwards Ronald P. 0'Connor ' Kevin Dunn, Bill McHale THEATER AND PUBLICATIONS Ioyce Sardino Iohn Hinckley, Terry Kowalski TYPING Ioanne Abrams Carol A. Lucas Sue Buckley, Maureen Dennehy, Pat Masters, Iudy Monoco, Rita Riley, Lenise Washington, Barbara Mae Wisnieski UNDERGRADUATE Louisa D'Alessandro Terry Gleason, Sue Moran, Iudy Zelesky UNIVERSITY Maureen Byrnes IoAnn DeLuca, Denise Simone, Nancy Story ,


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