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LEGE N D

1 FACULTY RES.

2 FACULTY ADD.

3 CLASSROOMS

4 COLLEGE HALL

5 LIBRARY

6 CHAPEL

7 SCIENCE

8 CLASSROOMS

9 STUDENT UNION



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The class of 1960 deems it both a duty and a
privilege to dedicate these pages to Brother
Gerardian Joseph, F.S.C., who this year cele-
brates his Golden Jubilee as a Christian
Brother. The last thirty-two of those golden
years he has generously given to La Salle Col-
lege, as a devoted teacher and hard-working
administrator.

He is Head of the Physics Department, but
relatively few of us know him as their teacher;
for most of us, he emerges only occasionally
from the shadows of the office designated by
the terse legend: "Registrar." It is an office that
ordinarily arouses our interest only twice a
year — when the semester grades are due; or
on such portentous occasions as when some of
us might go there bearing that rarest and most
comforting of all documents: a form stating
that a mark has been changed and an index
improved. There, too, alas, go those of us who
wish to investigate a disguieting report from
the Office of the Deans that we are a credit or
two short for graduation. Invariably, there is
no argument. Those on the verge of academic
probation have come to respect the dispassion-
ate accuracy of Brother Joseph's calculations,
and — sHde-rule or no slide-rule — there are few
of us who have the hardihood to question a
cumulative index. It is reported that his long
years of painstaking toil with an infinity of
such calculations have led him to regard with
suspicion the indecent speed of the recently
adopted IBM procedures.

Brother Joseph approaches his work with the
no-nonsense air of a man undeterred by senti-
ment, and his imposing physique and sten-
torian voice, neither, apparently, the least
impaired by time, lend undoubted authority to
his direct, unadorned, laconic pronouncements.
In the name of La Salle students, past and
present, we cordially salute this devoted man
for his long years of dedicated service. May
God prosper him long among us and see to it
that the Angelic Registrar put a "4.00" after his
name in the Golden Book of Heaven!



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Our "Blueprint for Living" was designed by the President
and by the administration "and faculty." The product which
resulted was we, the seniors of La Salle.

During the past four years under the tutelage of the Chris-
tian Brothers, we have advanced from immature high school
graduates in search of higher education to responsible men in
possession of the highest ideals.

The knowledge that we, the Class of 1960, have acquired
here will form the very cornerstone of our lives. Our debt to the
Christian Brothers and to La Salle College can not be repaid,
but, God willing, we shall remember them both.

We have been exposed to the arts; we have come to terms
with the sciences. Some of us have been trained in skills, some
in crafts. In aggregate, they constitute knowledge, and knowl-
edge with ideals begets wisdom. At La Salle, we have learned
both, knowledge and ideals. We have been trained in faithful
compliance with the Pauline dictum: See to it, therefore, breth-
ren, that you walk with care; not as unwise, but as wise, making
the most of your time, because the days are evil.

We should have — we hope we do have — wisdom for our
days.

Charles Zerr



Designers
Administration




La Salle College continues to be graced
with the good fortune of having Brother
Daniel Bernian preside over its destinies.
He is eminently qualified by rich spiritual
and mental endowments to lead the College
to even greater heights than those it has
already attained. Brother Daniel Bernian is
a particularly capable leader in carrying
out the vast expansion program which La
Salle, nearing its century-mark, has mapped
out for itself.

The Class of 1960 wholeheartedly re-
joices in the privilege of graduating under
the understanding aegis of Brother Daniel
Bernian, and, in parting, it wishes him every
success in all his endeavors in behalf of the
Greater La Salle.



BROTHER DANIEL BERNIAN

F.S.C.

President



Brother Didymus John, vice-president
and dean of the College, has by dint of his
genial personality, warm demeanor, and
rare mental gifts impressed the Class of
1960 very deeply. We are convinced that
he is the right man in the right place. This
fact is only enhanced by the fact of his
farsightedness in directing and supporting
the efforts of all members of the faculty and
the student body. His keenness of vision and
understanding of problems that confront both
teacher and student make him a safe guide.

In particular, the Class of 1960 will
always remember, with gratitude, his will-
ingness to listen to its personal problems
and provide effective solutions. Students
have been made to feel that Brother's one
big objective is to be of service, as if no
other duty of his administrative office was
of great moment at the time.

The Class leaves La Salle confident that
with Brother D. John at the helm the scho-
lastic progress of the College can not fail.




BROTHER DIDYMUS JOHN

F.S.C.

Vice-President and

Dean of the College



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BROTHER GAVIN PAUL

F.S.C.

Dean of Students



BROTHER GREGORIAN PAUL

F.S.C.

Dean, Evening Division





BROTHER G. ROBERT

F.S.C.

Dean, School of Arts

and Sciences




BROTHER DAVID CASSIAN

F.S.C.

Dean, School of Business

Administration



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JOSEPH J. SPRISSLER

Business Manager,

Comptroller



JOHN L. McCLOSKEY
Assistant to the President



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BROTHER F. CHRISTOPHER

F.S.C.

Director of Admissions





BROTHER EDMUND JOSEPH

F.S.C., B.S. in L.S., B.A.

Director oi Library



BROTHER EDWARD JOHN
F.S.C.
Bursar




BROTHER G. KEVIN

F.S.C.
Director oi Housing



BROTHER G. JOSEPH

F.S.C.

Registrar




BROTHER FELIX FRANCIS

F.S.C.

Treasurer




JOHN A. GUISCHARD

Director of Student

Organizations




REV. MARK HEATH

O.P.

Chaplain





ROBERT SCHAEFER
Director of News Bureau





JAMES I. HENRY
Director of Athletics



FRANK I. NATHANS
Assistant to the Dean




DONALD MASSER

Superintendent of Buildings

and Grounds




MARGARET KEILY LENNON

B.A.

Assistant Registrar





THOMAS N. McCarthy

Director of Counseling
Center



RUTH SERCHAK, R.N.
Attending Nurse



FRANCIS DE SALES KERR
Manager, Campus Store




RONALD G. ARMITAGE

Manager of the

Duplicating Office




L. THOMAS REIFSTECK
Director of Placement Office





JOHN H. VEEN
Director of the Union



DAVE SMITH

Assistant to the Dean,

Evening Division



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BROTHER GEORGE LEWIS

F.S.C., M.A., Sc.D., LL.D.,

Ped.D.

Associate

Director of Union



JOSEPH L. HANLEY
Director of Alumni




EDWARD DILLON

M.A.

Director, Reading Services




Our Silver Jubilarians



Actually Brother Daniel Bernian's association
with the Brothers of the Christian Schools goes
back nearly thirty years to a time when he stud-
ied under them as a cadet in a military prep
school. Saint John's College in Washington. Dur-
ing his fruitful career in religion and education,
extending over the quarter century since the
cadet became the Brother, Brother Daniel has
manifested that spirit of faith and zeal which all
have come to recognize as so typical of the ideal
Christian Brother. Men of La Salle have recog-
nized as well the quality of their President's many
talents — the brilliant scholar, the kindly teacher,
the progressive administrator, the affability and
charm of a friend.



Brother Giles Raymond, unassuming and
genial, also may trace his connection with the
Christian Brothers back to student days. A mem-
ber of the La Salle faculty seventeen of the
twenty-five years since he received Holy Habit,
Brother Raymond has been a man of strong loyal-
ties — to his Community, to his College, to his
students. In all his modesty, he has given and
never demanded. His confreres in the College
know him as a man of pious conviction who has
made a virture of forthrightness.




ARTS AND SCIENCES



Education




EDWIN W. ADAMS

M.A., Ed.D.

Associate Professor, Education




ROBERT ROWLAND

M.A.
Lecturer, Education



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BROTHER F. AZARIAS

F.S.C., M.A.

Professor, Education




WILLIAM J. BINKOWSKI

M.A.

Assistant Professor, Education




ROBERT ROWLAND, JR.

B.A.

Assistant Professor,

Education




Religion




REV. MARK HEATH

O.P., S.T.Lr., S.T.L., Ph.D.

Professor, Religion



BROTHER D. ADELBERT

F.S.C., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Religion





BROTHER DAVID CASSIAN

F.S.C., M.A.
Assistant Professor, Religion



BROTHER FRANCIS ADRIAN

F.S.C., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Religion






REV. PHILIP J. DOWLING

B.A., S.T.L.

Religion



REV. JOHN J. IVERS

B.A., S.T.L.

Religion




REV. JOSEPH A. HENRY

B.A., M.A., J.C.D.

Religion



BROTHER F. JAMES

F.S.C., S.T.L., S.T.D.

Assistant Professor, Religion






REV. ROBERT A. MORRISON

B.A., M.A.

Co-Chairman, Religion



REV. JOSEPH T. MURPHY
B.A., M.A.
Religion



BROTHER E. PAUL

F.S.C., M.A.

Assistant Professor, Spanish






BROTHER G. ROBERT

F.S.C., M.A.

Associate Professor, Religion



BROTHER D. THOMAS

F.S.C., Ph.D.

Professor, Religion



REV. JOHN E. WRIGLEY
B.A., M.A.
Religion



Philosophy




CARL J. ALLEN

M.A.

Assistant Professor,

Philosophy





E. RUSSELL NAUGHTON

Ph.D.

Associate Professor,

Philosophy



REV. JOSEPH C. BURNS

O.P., S.T.L., S.T.Lr.
Asst. Prof., Philosophy



Faculty




REV. JAMES R. DRISCOLL

O.P., S.T.B., S.T.L.

Assistant Professor, Philosophy




JOHN F. GIBBONS

M.A.

Assistant Professor, Philosophy




EDWARD M. MURAWSKI

B.A.

Philosophy




RICHARD C. STROSSER

B.A.

Philosophy



Philosophy




VICTOR E. HARDY

B.A.

Philosophy




REV. JOHN A. OTTO

Ph.L., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor,

Philosophy




EUGENE J. FITZGERALD

B.A.

Assistant Professor, Philosophy




JOSEPH C. MIHALICH

M.A.

Assistant Professor, Philosophy




REV. GEORGE SHUGRUE

O.S.F.S., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Philosophy




REV. THADDEUS A. WASAS
B.A., M.A.
Philosophy




BROTHER EDWARD PATRICK

F.S.C., M.A.

Associate Professor, English




LAWRENCE G. BOWMAN

B.A.

English




BROTHER E. CLEMENTIAN

F.S.C., M.A.
Associaife Proiessor, English




RAYMOND S. BURNS

B.A., M.A.

English




JOHN M. COULSON

B.A., M.A.

English



English




AUSTIN I. APP

Ph.D.

Associate Professor, English




JAMES I. CLEARY

B.S., M.A.

English




ANTHONY J. DWYER

B.A.

English



Faculty



English




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BROTHER FIDELIAN OF MARY

F.S.C., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor. English




ERNEST F. GUNN

B.A.

English




JOHN KEENAN
Asst. Prof., English




WILLIAM H. HENRY, JR.

B.A., M.A.

English







JAMES W. FINEGAN

B.A.

English



BROTHER G. FRANCIS

F.S.C.

Assistant Professor, English




BROTHER FORTINIAN JOSEPH

F.S.C, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, English





E. FRANCIS HANLON

B.A.

English



JOSEPH L. HANLEY

B.A.

Instructor, English




CHARLES V. KELLY

M.A.

Assistant Professor, English



Faculty



English




CLAUDE KOCH

M.A.

Associate Professor, English





JOHN F. McGLYNN

M.A.

Assistant Professor, English



JOSEPH L. MOHAN

B.A., M.A.

Spanish




JAMES F. NATHANS

B.A., M.A.

English





CHARLES P. PERKINS

B.A., M.A.

English



ANTHONY M. WALTRICH

B.A.

English




SIDNEY J. MacLEOD. JR.

M.F.A.

Instructor, English




JOHN J. MOORE

B.A., M.A.

English




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DANIEL J. RODDEN

M.F.A.

Associate Professor, English



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JOSEPH REINO

Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, English



Faculty



Foreign Languages




JOHN A. GUISCHARD

Ph.D.

Associate Professor, French




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RICHARD P. BOUDREAU

Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, French




JOSEPH M. CARRIO

B.A.S.

Assistant Professor, Spanish



JOHN DeFRANCESCA

M.A.

Asst. Professor of Spanish




DOMENICO A. DiMARCO

D.Litt.
Assistant Professor, Italian




MAX EIRICH
Director, Language Lab.




BROTHER E. LEONARD

F.S.C., M.A.

Assistant Professor, French



BROTHER E. LOUIS

F.S.C.. M.A.

Associate Professor, Spanish




ROBERT McDONOUGH

M.A.

Assistant Professor, German



FRANK W. WETZLER

M.A.

Assistant Professor, German



Faculty



Psychology





THOMAS N. McCarthy

Ph.D.

Associate Professor,

Psychology




BROTHER D. ALOYSIUS

F.S.C.

Reading Program



BROTHER E. AUSTIN

F.S.C.
Asst. Prof., Psychology




ARTHUR H. BRENNER


VICTOR D. BROOKS


FREDERICK PATKA


JOHN I. ROONEY


B.S. in E.E., M.S. in E.E.,


B.S. in Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D.


Ph.D.


Ph.D.


Ph.D.


Psychology


Lecturer, Psychology


Assistant Professor


Co-Chairman






Psychology



ROLAND HOLROYD

Ph.D., Sc.D.

Professor, Biology



REV. JOHN BOGACZ

ScD.

Lecturer, Biology



RAYMOND KSIAZEK

B.A.

Instructor, Biology



Biology




JOHN S. PENNY

Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Biology






SICS



BROTHER G. lOSEPH


WILLIAM C. CURTIS


FRANCIS I. DONAHOE


F.S.C., M.A.


B.S. in E.E., M.S. in E.E.,


B.A., Ph.D.


Professor, Physics


Ph.D.
Physics


Physics






SIDNEY N. EINHORN


BROTHER DIDYMUS JOHN


WALTER M. KANE


B.S. in E.E., M.S. in E.E.


F.S.C., Ph.D.


B.S., M.S.




Associate Professor, Physics


Physics






RONALD J. KERN


PAUL M. MOSER


JOSEPH W. SIMMONS


B.S., M.S.


B.A., M.S.


M.S.


Physics


Physics


Assistant Professor, Physics



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RABAH A. SHAHBENDER

B.E.E., M.S. in E.E., Ph.D. in E.E.

Physics




BROTHER DAMIAN JULIUS

F.S.C., M.A.

Asso. Prof., Mathematics




BROTHER E. ALBAN

F.S.C., Ph.D.

Asst. Prof.. Mathematics




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DONALD F. COSTELLO
Asst. Prof., Mathematics




Mathematics




DONALD T. BEST
B.S. in E.E., M.S. in E.E.







VICTOR DI CRISTINA
B.S. in M.E. Mathematics



Physics




THOMAS WARD


EDWIN L. WIRTZ


Ph.D.


B.S. in E.E.


Assistant Professor, Physics


Physics




WALTER O. CARLSON

B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Co-Chairman, Mathematics




CHESTER O. DUDZIAK
B.S. in E.E.
Mathematics



Faculty



Mathematics




BROTHER E. FELIX

F.S.C., Ph.D.

Professor, Mathematics





SYLVAN H. GREENE
B.S., M.S., Mathematics



JOSEPH LEIBSCH
Asso. Prof, of Mathemati(






MARTIN P. MARION

B.A., M.S.

Mathematics



EDWARD J. NOLAN

B.Ch.E., M.Ch.E.

Mathematics



SOLOMON R. POLLACK

Phd.

Mathematics





JOHN J. SCHAUB
B.A., M.Ed.
Mathematics



PAXIL K. TAYLOR

B.S., M.S., Ph.D.

Mathematics



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Faculty



Chemistry





MAX BARTH


THOMAS P. CALLAN


Ph.D.


B.A.


Assistant Professor, Chemistry


Chemistry






BROTHER M. EDWARD


GEORGE J. GRADEL


BROTHER G. KEVIN


F.S.C., Litt.M.


B.A., M.S.


F.S.C., M.S.


sociate Professor, Chemistry


Chemistry


Assistant Professor, Chemistry






GEORGE T. MYERS


BROTHER G. RAYMOND


JOHN O. VAN HOOK


B.S. in Ch.E.


F.S.C., Ph.D.


B.S., Ph.D.


Chemistry


Associate Professor, Chemistry


Co-Chairman, Chemistry



Faculty



Music




REV. WILLIAM SAILER

S.T.D., Ph.D.
Director of the Glee Club



Economics





JOSEPH F. FLUBACHER

Ed.D.

Professor, Economics



CASIMIR CIESLA

Dr. Rer. Pol.

Associate Professor, Economics



JOHN M. DRONSON
B.S., M.A.
Economics




RICHARD T. GERUSON
Asst. Professor of Economics




EDWARD P. HILL
B.A., M.A.
Economics






CORNELIUS F. SULLIVAN

B.A., M.A.

History



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JOSEPH P. MOONEY

M.A.

Assistant Professor, Economics



BRONISLAW S. SADNICKI

Dr. Ec. and Cora.

Assistant Professor, Economics



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UGO DONINI

M.A.

Professor, History




JOSEPH P. O'GRADY
Instructor, History




BROTHER D. AUGUSTINE

F.S.C., Ph.D.

Professor, Sociology




History



JOHN LUKAS

Ph.D.

Lecturer, History





DENNIS I. McCarthy

M.A.
Assistant Professor, History



BERNARD F. REILLY

B.A., M.A.

History




IVAN L. RUDNYTSKY

Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, History



Sociology




JOHN F. CONNORS


RICHARD C. LEONARD


JAMES J. MC KENNA, JR.


WALTER F. ZENNER


M.A.


M.A.


B.A., M.A.


B.A., M.A.


Assistant Professor, Sociology


Assistant Professor,
Sociology


Sociology


Sociology



Faculty



Government




C. RICHARD CLEARY

Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Government




JOHN L. HARBISON
B.S., M.A.
Government





ROBERT J. COURTNEY

Ph.D.

Associaite Professor,

Government




PAUL M. HAFEY

B.A.

Government




FRANCIS J. NATHANS

M.A.

Assistant Professor,

Government



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R. O. T. C.




WILLIAM I. BENNETT

Lt. Colonel, Arty., R.A., B.S.

P.M.S.&T.




RICHARD HOLLEY

Sergeant, B.S.

Instructor




RICHARD WILLIAMS

Caption Arty, B.S.

Asst. P.M.S.&T.




ROBERT GUNNING, JR.

Capt Arty R A B S.

Assistant P M S &T




CHARLES KAUFMAN
SFC Arty, Instructor




FRANK REILLY

Caption Arty, B.S.

Asst. P.M.S.&T.




CLIFFORD HERTZBERGER

Caption, Arty, B.S.

Asst. P.M.S.&T.




RALPH V. NAPLES

Major Arty., U.S.A.R., B.S.

Assistant P.M.S.&.T.




CHARLES H. RICE

Major Arty., U.S.A.R., B.S.

Assistant P.M.S.ST.





FREDERICK ROSS
Master Sergeant, Instructor




JOSEPH RYDENBARK
SFC Arty, Instructor



BUSI
ADMINISTRATION



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Finance




VINCENT D. BRADLEY

B.S., M.B.A.
Co-Chaiiman, Finance



JOHN H. CHRISTIE

B.S.

Co-Chairraan, Insurance




JAMES J. HENRY

M.A., LL.D.
Professor, Finance



JOHN C. SINGER

B.A.

Insurance




BROTHER D. PHILIP

F.S.C., M.A., M.B.A.

Assistant Professor,

Finance



Insurance




MELVIN F. WOODS

M.A.

Assistant Professor, Insurance



Faculty



Accounting





FRANCIS J. GUERIN

C.P.A., B.S.

Associate Professor-, Accounting





JOSEPH F. ARMSTRONG
B.S., M.S.
Accounting



JOHN L. CONNOLLY
B.S., C.P.A.
Accounting



MICHAEL A. DeANGELIS

M.S.

Associate Professor,

Accounting




JOHN J. DE LA COUR
B.S., C.P.A.
Accounting




CHARLES J. DOUGHTY

B.S.

Accounting





HARRY J. GIBBONS

B.S.

Accounting




WILLIAM F. GARRITY
B.S., M.B.A.
Accounting



M

WALTER J. KAISER
C.P.A., B.S.

Associate Professor,
Accounting




HENRY J. LOPEZ
B.S., C.P.A.
Accounting



Faculty



Accounting




JOSEPH G. MARKMANN

B.S.

Accounting





VINCENT E. COOKE

Grad. M.E.

Industry




JOSEPH E. CROWLEY

B.A., LL.B.

Co-Chairman

Industry




EDWARD J. PINDER
B.A. in Econ.
Accounting




Industry





JOSEPH A. RIDER

B.S., M.A.

Co-Chairman. Accounting




LAWRENCE J. ROSANIA


JOHN P. RYAN


PETER J. SWEENEY


Accounting


B.S.


M.B.A.




Accounting


Assistant Professor, Accounting




ALFRED E. CORBETT

B.S.

Industry



BERNARD B. GOLDNER

Ph.D.

Professor, Industry




WILLIAM B. FYNES

B.S., M.B.A.

Industry



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FREDERICK GOEHHINGER, 3RD

B.A., M.B.A.

Industry




LEONARD C. KURFUERST

B.S. in M.E.

Industry




BENJAMIN J. PENSIERO

B.S.. M.B.A.

Industry




THOMAS J. RYAN, JR.

B.S.. M.B.A.

Industry




ALAN O. MANN

B.A.

Industry




NICHOLAS F. PENSIERO

B.S.

Industry




HERBERT C. SAMPTEH

Ph.B.
Instructor oi Industry



Industry




CHARLES A. J. HALPIN, JR.

M.A.
Associate Professor, Industry




EDWIN E. MOORE

B.S. in E.E.

Industry




RICHARD W. RUDOLPH

B.S. in M.E., M.B.A.

Industry




H. RICHARD SELTZER

B.S. in E.E., M.A.

Industry



Faculty




GEORGE R. SWOYER

M.B.A.

Associate Professor, Marketing



JOSEPH GEMBALA
Asst. Prof, of Business Law



STANLEY KUBACHI
Asst. Prof, of Business



IWARTIN L. BURKE

B.S., LL.B.

Business Law



ROBERT F. LAVELLE

B.A., LL.B.

Co-Chairman, Business Law



Marketing




HAROLD FRIEDLAND

B.B.A., M.B.A.

Marketing




THOMAS REIFSTECK

M.B.A.
Instructor, Marketing




Business
Law



lOHN A. CLEMENT, JR.
B.A., LL.B. Business Law




AUGUSTINE J. RIEFFEL

B.S., LL.B.

Business Law




The Finished Product




ROBERT T. ALDEN
B.A. in Biology-Education
45 Franklin Ave., Hatboro, Pa.
Education Society 4, Secre-
tary.






LOUIS R. ANGELUCCI
B.A. in Biology
3005 Nesper St., Phila. 15, Pa.
Varsity Club 4.



BROTHER

GREGORY ANTHONY

F.S.C.

B.A. in English-Education

915 Spring Ave.,

Elkins Park 17, Pa.

Dean's List: 2, 3, 4.




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BROTHER

ERIC AUGUSTINE

F.S.C.

B.A. in Philosophy-Education

915 Spring Ave.,

Elkins Park 17, Pa.

Dean's List: 2, 3, 4.








HERBERT R. BAIERSDORFER

B.A. in English

111 W. Seymour St.,

Philadelphia 44, Pa.

English Weber Society 3, 4;

Gavel Society 1, 3.




ROBERT C. BAKER

B.A. in Psychology

5730 Pentridge St.,

Phila. 43, Pa.

Psychology Club 3, 4; Golf

Team 3, 4.



JOHN I. BANNON JR.
B.A. in Pre-Law
2539 Salmon St., Phila. 25, Pa,
Polish Club 1.




RALPH D. BANTIVOGLIO

B.A. in Social Studies

1 Darby Lane,

Delaware Township, N. I.

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.





BROTHER 1

DENIS BENEDICT

F.S.C.

I. A. English-Education

915 Spring Ave.,

Elkins Park 17, Pa.




BROTHER

DAMIAN BERNARD

F.S.C.

B.A. in Biology-Education

915 Spring Ave.,

Elkins Park 17, Pa.



ZENON A. BILYJ

B.A. in Government

4531 N. Grantz St.,

Phila. 40, Pa.




JOHN T. BOGART

B.A. in Government

1109 E. Cheltenham Ave.,

Phila. 24, Pa.





MICHAEL P. BOLAND
B.A. in History-
SOS Godirey Ave.,
Phila. 20, Pa.
Caisson Club 3, 4.





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RICHARD J. BOND

B.A. in English
901 Lindley Ave.,
Phila. 41, Pa.
The Weber Society 1 .



LEONARD J. BONNER
B.A. in Economics
1303 Oak St.
Wilmington, Delaware
Economics Club 3, 4, Vice-
President, Senior.




JAMES S. BOTTONE
B.A. in Marketing
New Middletown Rd., Rt. 16
Media, Pa.
Italian Club 1, 2, 3,; Market-
ing Association 1, 2, 3, 4.




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JOHN I. BRADY
B.A. in Chemistry
4027 School Lane
Drexel Hill, Pa.
Alpha Epsilon Delta 3,
Alpha Phi Omega 2, 3,
Fabiician Society 1, 2, 3,
Historian 4.



JOSEPH M. BRADY

B.A. in English

223 E. Somerville Ave.,

Phila. 20, Pa.

Caisson Club 3,4; Chymian

Society 1 .






HUGH J. BROLLY

B.A. in Biology-Education

3228 Longshore St.,

Phila. 49, Pa.

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.



THOMAS R. BURKE

B.A. in Economics

116 North Willow Street,

Trenton 8, N. J.

Dean's List: 3.

Collegian 2,3,4; Caisson Club
3,4; Economics Club 3,4, Sec.
4; Gavel Society 3; Glee Club
2; ROTC Drill Team 1; Intra-
murals.




ALFRED C. BRUHIN
B.A. in Physics
610 Thayer St., Ridley Pk., Pa.
Physics Club 1, 3, 4.



EDMUND P. BUTLER

B.A. in Pre-Law

107 E. Gowen Ave.,

Phila. 19, Pa.

Deans' List: 1, 2, 3.

Student Council 3, 4; Director

of Student Loan.




CORNELIUS R.I BYRNE

B.A. in Economics

1901 Shelmire, Phila. 11, Pa.

Inter Relations 2, 3; Econom-



FRANK P. CABRELLI

B.A. in History-Education

716 Oak Way,

Havertown, Pa.





JOSEPH P. CAIRO

B.A. in Economics

6716 Cornelius St.,

Phila. 38, Pa.

Dean's List: 1, 2, 3, 4.



JOSEPH M. CALLAHAN
B.A. in Sociology
628 No. 37th St.,
Phila. 4, Pa.
Dean's List: 1, 2, 3, 4.
Benilde Club 1,2; Psychology
Club 4; Student Union Com-
mittee (Music & Arts) 4; So-
ciology Club 1,2,3,4; Secretary
3; President 4.




JOHN JOSEPH CARRIGAN

B.A. in History-Education

Byberry Rd. N. East Comly Rd

Phila. 14, Pa.
Cassion Club 58,59,60; Span
ish Club 56,57.



SAMUEL J. CASALE

B.A. in English
406 Longfellow Rd.,
Wyncote, Pa.
Caisson Club 4; ROTC Bowl-
ing 3,4; Weber Society 3,4.




JOSEPH A. CARROLL, JR.
B.A. in Industrial Management
194 Tiber St., Phila. 40, Pa.




JOSEPH F. CASSIDY

B.A. in English

1115 Windrim Ave.,

Phila. 41, Pa.





ANTHONY F. CHUNN
B.A. in Psychology

517 Mary Ave.,
Huntingdon Va., Pa.
Psychology Club 3,4.



SAMUEL P. CIMINO

B.A. in Biology
2742 S. Iseminger St.,
Phila. 48, Pa.
ROTC Band 1,2; Italian Club
1,2,3,4; Fabrician Society 2,3,
4; Alpha Phi Omega 2,3,4;
Corresponding Secretary 3;
Alumni Secretary 4.






RICHARD J. CLUNE
B.A. in Pre-Law


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