Chaminade University of Honolulu - Metope Yearbook (Honolulu, HI)
- Class of 1966
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The ideal is symbolized in the seal of the college: a fiery sword, the flaming expression of the dynamic life to be found in the word of truth.mducation is life and Christian Education is Life as Cod intendes it to be lived.H ---'66-'o7 Catalog The metope staff of '66 dedicates this publication to the students, faculty, and administration who have given the future generations a past to look upon with great pride. Our hats are off to the past decade as We gallantly salute the coming decade. ' ADMINISTRATION --.M-.M..,...,..,., 'Num Q5-Q. -f-f Very Reverend Father Robert Mackey S.M., President of Chaminade College,has been affiliated with the college during its first ten years, and leads us into our seo- ond decade. , 4. Reverend Father David Schuyler Vice President Academic Dean Brother Herman Gerber S.M. Dean of Students -- Brother John Perko S.M. Director of Admissions Student Secretaries- Miss Martin and Mrs. Gonzalez-Pradof' , . -V ... - ,Lk I , SACCH Marjorie Barnette President of SACCH Peter Estomago Rosemary Wong TSITZY H183 Vice President Secretary Treasurer E L11 Margie installs th class representatives: Ralph KayonagCharles Guecogbill McPheegEugene KennedyCSenior'NrepN to Freshman Urenn resnectivelybg and Terry Souza, representative-at-large. v . . 4 .. A A ,4 , ,Y -4 1 --'- - 2 l FACULTY Father Thomas Hogan S.M. Theology Brother Gene Frank S.h. Physics ,tits Dr. Dawes Hiu Chemistry Mr. Albert Lum English Brother Joseph Becker S.M. Mr. Carlos Gonzalez-Prado English Philosonhy 1 ml-ini' Mrs. Melba Kop Speech Brother Edward Westbrook S.M. Business 'i ' Mr. Charles Borns Father Peter Choo S.M. Developement Office Theology Accounting H fit, 1 Dr. Magdalen EiClf19I U Brother' edward Buel 5.1vl. Education Science 4 .Qnf a Mrs. Greta Won English Dean of Women Mr. Terrence Haney Philosophy 'Y' Father John Reilly S.M Latin and Greek Dr. Ignatius Tsao Political Science iii' Mrs. Linda Zaye Mr. Rene Boel Mathematic S French Mrs. Norma Carr Spanish Mr. Arthur Nagasawa History Mr. Kenneth Pengelly History Mr. Kenneth Smith English Mr. N.B. Maclntosh History QW Sister Mary Albert O.S.F. Student Counselor if Mrs. Eleanor Frierson w D so V I i W French Brother henry nonnert b.M Admissions Counselor ff Qk BKWM risr,4 sa fooy Ao wl.,b ,V 5 Brother Anthony Beyer S.M. 45-fpx of History EIB!!! I Mr. William Croarkin English and Drama Brother Philip Fruehwirth 3.M. Book Store Mr. George Newland Philosophy Y fi .N Q ' 'W we. A . ivifpfzg, 2175 f- 4 3' 3-J - ,B f,,m 1 y Quo wpro Q .. I K N N WWW Z ' - ' 'fi f f fa g, -, f K---A, X M.. , ? fe egftadkaf?Baaws?sssaw '33 is f - M , . oQQwKmaQil i,i,j?Qx A Vi? 'Wy-...Sf .1 ..L gag? if 'L . ,- '- '?'5l5.1 T5 .,, K :A15f l :5 'n ,. ,? Y Qing rsrother James Roberts Q 1 Q, Art Si' ' K i.'11 '-r Mr. Jack D'Arcy Speech Faculty not pictured: Fathers Chun S.M.,Kelley S.M.,Brothers Steele S.h.,Cummingsmith S.h., and Hayward S.h.g Mmes. Li and Cheeg Messrs. Behhke,Ferguson, Ng, Tsouloukidze, and Wong. ' 5 1 - s-,.,,+.,v.f -. H , .f , -Q wg, '3'Qw Mr. Brad Wilson Business , ' 4 Mr. Daniel Yee Biology ACTIVITIES 4 i , Q 34 , fm l ' 'Ng , V 5 Ek, . MW. Julie Andrews was first St. Genesius Award winner Cl965lfor HSound of Music.nFrench pantomimist Marcel Marceau Cwith E. Verryj was 1966 winner. Chaminads Collcgs's annual award honors oerformancos of high moral and artistic calibre. A - -- V ,ij-Q4 .Q - , . Q L X ,im .V 7154, X Vg - 5, N llll 164 ALOHA Debbie Low A former Miss Hawaii was the mistress of ceremonies for our Aloha Week pro- gram. Queen Susan Malterre and King Craig Yim. Barbara Ballangao Three kanes, Pat Wilder, Daryl Monroy, and Ralph Kayona sing and dance the hula. WEEK HShall we dance?U Pearl Mahlko The procession of royalty Two wahines bid us aloha. Sharie Jean Wong -HOMECCDMING W D D' Cheerleaders call out their colors as student body, players, and Homecoming court look on. Kills Harry and Iorroomoing- Coach Brother Maloney QUGSI1 5112656119 the Red Devils advises a Red Devil. - The Red Devils seared the Rebels l5-O. 1 'Yr f , ' o , 5'-r-, A 2-QT'-S, .Nwawf ,L x.,.,,. K 1859 V 15. AQ, , WIN, 5- AWN , ,,,. yn, :,4A.,..g,.,. ,.......,,.p W , . , A i A nh , ,V ...W N E -'4 .,' 1 Q- A ' ' 'Q 'SM , .-. ,. , ,,., y .. , v ,, . H . v.'w.,? V 57 A' dx, K ,. , 4 A: L A , , , N or .. Els S my 4 V: , , 'Af ' i . ' r ' X 'za i . ' S' wr ' -X 7 A -,., 1 ,, ,A K . Xa af '. l m V 2 1 .mf A V - sw Qv 2 . of A M , of wuww , :wr 4 2 ' ' V , L ' , , , wwe ' -Q, , -ww W f ,. .. , wa ,- M. -15, snow A lg, M ,, J, 7,5 f ,H . .y A , 'J 5 , x M, 7 4 r V ' X n f n, kixtrsfr o 1 ' ,E I fro ,g11'e 'V ,f iffy .M 1 ,, , A '. Swv K 1, W ' 'Lil f1Fs'f'fr', ftwiy. ,LV 44,75 in -, , 715 T ,W , iW gMNML. Ying Powder' Puff Football Game before. . . BUSINESS CLUB Allll nSpiked punchln exclaims Mr. Borns. HWho wants to buy this beautiful cake?N Business lectures The Business Lecture series is conducted by the Business Club. Lectures are given by outstanding members of the community and the city of Honolulu. The Business Club, under the leadership of Eric Tom, is designed to acquaint the stu dents of Chaminade with the business World. Mr. Wilson intently discusses E problems with students. Admiral Pearson of fearl Harbor Tax Institute The Tax Institute, sponsored by the Busi ness Department of Chaminade College, is held annually. This year's institute was held at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel and was attended by rep- resentatives of fifty states. Q s G Jw- 4 SCIENCE CLUB 'la- Pl in sf, ' n Constant experimentation in the biology lab...... a,s Mark Richey does not mind getting his hands messy! John hoo y shi watches as Mr Yee demonstrwbes the disseotion oi d o C Adell rows the boat ashore! . ART Preparations for the Spring Festival. SPEECH TCURNAMENT l 1 The llth Annual Tournament for High Schools begins Chaminade's second decade of community speech events DRAMA I Sccncs from Urns Man who Come To Dinnern Scsncs from HBlithe Bpiritn Wm 1 5.,Z. V,mm,l: :.. , H Wm Chaminade's English Department offered NA FLSTIVAL OF EARCEU for its first year of major dramatic productions. Qfoufjif .M Lf X ikww, xxww. 93711 CvQ.wm..v, Lff',41f.nfgx5m at 5 I ,ln Piggy: wg Kcrlbwzvgkww XXUSX N mi WCU . W am. g35g::'i1ig,w as W if ,, s , ?w9g3ifMKvwf25e33L Ybf'glf,.,wx Wm QYQWFJ-5, M gNk,,x,fbQu ixpsfif-919' rf I , 75 WMS PUBLICATICNS Silversword The Silversword is the college news- paper, published monthly. lt serves as a media for communication between students and teachers, and between the student government and its mem- bers. lt's a means of unifying students by making them aware of SACCH and it serves as a voice of the students. Wendall, Marion, Sandi, and Donna diligently give their all to the Silverswgrd. Aulama Kathy, Ruth, Mike, and Jerry consult Mr. Croarkin. The gulama is a literary magazine published bi-annually. It is made up of prose and poetry written and contribut- ed by the students of Chaminade. Under the leadership of Kathy Wood, the Aulama has enjoyed a successful year. Mefvpe X? igif F a A Aw Rl fx V ,Q if K, ia Z S':'rL e we gi A Q' a. + If 5 1 5 2 i x .jg M 'L K ygkgi 2-4 '5 i . ' ft? in 3 Q B , --X 1 BQ AE an Betty Hayes Co-editor ,,.,.- f Photography Staff Vickie Ingram Editor-in-Chief W .- f 'zlilfzlf 3 1 in - 5 W.tt B 3 3353 B B Al ' V 5 - M e,1t -1, 1- v V 3 o I . 'tg 'QR 'Cj? M' X 5 3 Begg! frr M W ,fi QQQQ rg. A Q' .kg ' : B zigivgg f B1 M'tM tttttt' fir 2 ifre as XFX: B' .P if 'ff . B Vmof Fu ,xyrgl , A iv, .3 452-5 t ei1i1 B i'5?g?3t? i Brother James Pereyra James Sullivan, i Photography AdV1SOr Mike Hutchinson, Advisor- William Croarkin Suzette Brown Advertizing Manager Frustration 'M' 1-...qw HSome shot, man!H -M... - it Qfnom Homecoming game spectators CHAMINADE THEATRE GROUP H.QLQB mf O X i i N QFJW 'iffy GQRQ GLC Cy, 0:9 QL C365 1 Q9 4, QSQQ GLS? Sadie Hawkins Dance Singing Seminarians YXPCN in , M .EJ D I A '13 I 0 N BASKETBALL METOPE salutes the CHAMINADE ALL STARS - Basketball Team - Six teams battle it out every Saturday in a gruelling basketball game held in the St. Louis gymnasium. Peter Esto- mago and the rest of the Sports Commit tee organized the basketball teams and also referee for the girls' intramural sports. The howling teams meet every Friday at the Stadium Bowl. Many Chaminade students par- ticipate in this energetic sport which is both fun and figure-trimmziing. ' Such form! 2 , 4.44 v- v:-w 'H-' vw' W --'f--1.q-,--- V - Chaminade's Intercollegiate Tennis rostrum: Vincent Goo, Francis Nakago, Paul McLean, Dave Raynowska, Larry Rooney, Jerry Wong, Kwan Wong and Vince Sautilent. The team is coach ed by Mr. Brad Wilson. A .ln CLASSES FRESHMEN Jay Ferreira, Bedda Bergold, Alice Colby, Toni McGaugh, Adele Balwade, Mary Murphy. Al Carnahan, Gwen Au, Matty Brison, Jo- Ann Corderio, Calvin Ching, Jim Burroughs, Mary Ellen Daly, Carol Almeda, Brian Gottrey, Chris Chow, Sandy Combs, Greg Guerrero, Brother Jim Pereyra, S.M., Dave Burroughs, Brenda Gordon, Brother Wes Foscalina, S.M., Addison Arquette, Lynn Tustin, Karen Ching, Delores Alcoran, Lincoln Drake, Tony Calyua, Harrison Luke, Pat Calizar, Kathy Ching. Barry Kelly,Paulette Maize, Randall Haskin, Jean Conti Nancy Frankenberg, Clinton Lee, Frank Ramos, Brother Jerry Hefferman, S.M., Mike Hutchison, Mike McG1ney. F? s-new M f Wgggai-wpggfgwes Q :Tu W- 'fvf af - iwewwwfwwefq fgnvgqgggggre-L, pw: , ' . .mr-,rg , hs 4' W l '5'W5sQfi2?-it-T , ff W-gtiff 453 ,Q 5,745-Lp., :F--,ig5?71 fY'A,fzgv:!.u.,,wg53g. ,R . , , f n ' A-as ,,Q5w3:.r, Doran Mulsberry, Linda Ornellas, Emilio Leyba, Hank woessner, Madonna McCoy, Georgia Lagmay, Judy Rodrigues, Kris Vorhees, Tom Snee. Bruce Mechling, John Smith, Susanne MacFarlane. Q- rrrr f rrr. uu,o ga l. A u us as it A .,,, X' F ' iff ' In fy Vr. , W at In ey . . 9 as Wwivifie' - .. x X - W ' 15. , ' 'lwggfk ' , 1, . , yi K '1 ' V Carrie Schmucker, Leslie Sencer, Debbie Low, Linda Watts Andrea Wong, Buddy Hufnagel, Bob Wilcox, Jim Mistysyn, Francis Yamamura, Tony Lake. 7 I u pq- 71 ,pq-L W 5. .T ,, , 1, W, 'YW - 1 IN MEMORY OF Michael Greene July 22, 1946 - October 14, 1965 WDeath delicately takes the best:...N ' - How Manx Friends Q 0 .fw- A .. , ...... , .1-.4 1'--1. ' . -4..iuA-- --f if-ef---A - --AMW ' E , SOPHCJMORES Barbara Ballengao, Bill Ferguson, Suzette Brown, Bill Brye, Brother Tim Aden S.M., Mark Foss, Russ Donnelly, Victor Fu, Brother Kale Aluli S.M., Sandie Campbell, Neau Aluli, hike Chun, Brother Frank Fanger S.M., David Bjorkman, Jerome Anava, Ronald Bumanlag, Mike Braddy. Bob Nolan, Frank Mattos, Wayne Mendes, Tom Notham, Lois Pruski, Bill McPhee, Bill U'Brien, Joe Norris, Marta Gonzalez, Jerry Stewart, Carole hobriga, Ginger Matsumoto, Ed Williams, Mike Funk, Ann Rees. X ?Wi yWMWMWf' wwtwwufiwi Q 7fm'Q'l 3'f' ,wx 'n-gary, vw' f ' . ' Wy is vale. M- 36,4 p 4 1 ,J 5 b WE QWWWUHRMQ 35359555 2 ' W-iK2!fY'illil1 '2 5 Clifford Knott, Brother Tim Heffernan S.M., Betty Hayes Bill Fox, Brother Don Lentz S.M., Trudy Lazama, Al Maddox, Alfred havaraz, Vickie lngram. v vfyug ' ' ' 1-H Q 1' ja 9 Mildred Valentin, Louie Mee Wong, Kathy wood, Angela Vierra Sandy Frietas, Harold Kramer, Mark Richey, Amanda Scafe Terry Souza, Susan Malterre, Laurie Takabayashi, Mike ward Sheila Medeiros, Phyllis Vause, Brother Gerald watson, S.M. Brother James wiswell, S.M., Larry Tina, Charles Torigoe Cliff Record, Steven Thornton. JUNICRS Kingsley Fujitani, Peter Estomago, Terry McCarthy, Thomas Conti,Nelson Ch1ng,Charles Gueco,Mike Chu, Gordon Aguiar, Mike Jobes, Larry Holtz, Paul Medeiros, Glenn Mau, Leslie Tom, Dwight Bartolome, Julianna Choy. Shirley Fortney, Stephen Hee, Terry Higa, Pat Miyashiro. 'few r 'ie not-g 1 111,231 ,'fv + Judy Nakamura, Gail Weber, Charlotte Gomes, Rosemary Wong, Gary Batungbacal,Margie Iggulden, Carolyn Goo, Herman Tex- eira,Merle Andrade,Brother Ronald Dempsey,S.M.Lowell Chun, Edward McCarthy, Brother William Farrell, S.M. SENIDRS Marilyn Amaral English Honolulu, Oahu Earl Arruda History Lihue,Kaua1 Marjorie Barnette Accounting Honolulu, Oahu Lyle Bernius General Business Vandalai, Illinois ffrx Eunice Canadilla Melvin Chin Political Science Economics wah1awa,Oahu Honolulu,Oahu Melvin Chow Amy Choy Economics History Honolulu 1 Oahu Honolulu , Oahu Que ,,X Gary DeMsllo General Business Lahaina, Maui Michael Fukuchi English Hono1u1u,Oahu Brother Howard Hirota, S.M. History Waipahu, Oahu Carolyn Hamada History Honolulu, Oahu Lynette Loo General Business Hono1ulu,Oahu Ralph Kayona English Honolulu, Oahu John Morita History Honolu1u,Oahu Brother Dennis Maloney, S.M. Philosophy Ft. Benning, Georgia Jane Nakamiohi History Honolulu, Oahu Maureen Onaga History Hono1u1u,Oahu Patricia Ngai History Canton, China Frances Seguirant History Honolulu, Oahu fe- Russell Silva Accounting Honolu1u,Oahu Rita Rapoza History Kona,Hawai1 Lurline Terada History Hilo, Hawaii Alicia Smith History San Francisco, California Benedict Tavares English Maui Mildred Yamamoto English Honolulu, Oahu LAST WORD Wwe read in the Gospel of St. John, 'The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us. . . In Him was life.' In the Word, the second Person of the Blessed Trinity, there is life, we know, and the source of all life, the life of the soul. Those who are dis- posed to receive Him are made the Sons of Light, the Sons of God, but the undisposed in heart and mind live in the darkness of death. But there is also life in the word of man. In fact, the word of man is the most logical and efficient way for other men to learn and the only way for them to enter into and to perpetuate the rich cultural mind. For all practical purposes, we think with words and communicate our inner life to other men through words, spoken or written. Words-the words of teachers and the words in books-are the life of the mind seek- ing a new birth in the minds of youth, to thrill them to the joy of knowing and the satisfaction of possess- ing the truth, to stimulate them to the aesthetic pleasure of beauty, and to rouse them to speak the fiat, so that the life in the word, the truths of fai and the truths of man, may become flesh in their live t s But teachers and students laboring together in the same vineyard of the Word-with the Word, by the Word, and through the Word-can and will produce life in the Word-possession and propagation of a Christian cultur- al heritage-and the fruit will remain. The flaming sword of the Chaminade seal symbolizes the two-fold Word and the power of truth to attain the final ViCtOry'n Brother Joseph Becker, S.M. h Class of '66 To the foremost class of Chaminade... H with a good conscience our only reward, with history the final judge of our deeds, let us go forth to lead this land we love,asking His blessing and His help, but knowing that here on earth God's work must be truly our own. H John F. Kennedy Foremost Dairies, Hawaii, Ltd. Y i Y r If 5 I r i s I K r X I I I I P i i r P l
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