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EXPLORER



EXAMINES ALL ASPECTS
OF OPPORTUNITIES TO BE
FOUND WITHIN

Li SALLE COLLEGE

PHILADELPHIA PENMLVMIA





FRAMED AGAINST the beautiful blue of an autumn sky, the
Cross atop College Hall dominates the campus skyline. College
Hall and the Faculty Building (left), patterned in the Colle-
giate Gothic style, are two of the three units simultaneously con-
structed in 1929. The campus now numbers fourteen buildings.



TOWERING SYCAMORE plane trees provide semi-seclusion for
relaxation between classes. Benches, lining the Quadrangle
Walk, invite faculty and students to pause for quiet conversa-
tion in the days' busy activity.



brick, mortar, and steel..



SILENTLY IMPOSING, the La Salle College Library, opened in 1952, incorpor-
ates the latest principles of library architecture and planning. The glass en-
closed main stairway was designed to take full advantage of natural illumi-
nation and to provide a view of the Philadelphia skyline. The Library is an
"academic center," the heart of the intellectual life of the College, where stu-
dents, faculty, and alumni pursue intellectual activities in attractive surround-
ings and in an atmosphere conducive to intensive study. Besides accommodating
200,000 volumes, the Library provides technical services, audio-visual facilities,
as ■well as special reading areas for the humanities, social and business studies,
science, and technology.



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LaSalle College
Residence Halls






(Above) RICH IN ASSOCIATIONS, life in the
four Residence Halls provides good relations,
schools and molds young men for leadership in
later life. Each Residence Hall contains thirty-
five double rooms suitably furnished for student
comfort and convenience. A large reception and
TV room is located on the first floor of each
building.



(Left) TO GAIN a mature appreciation of faith,
the La Salle College student studies Theology for
four years. The Christian Brothers Scholastics
add a fifth year of theological studies in the Col-
lege's Graduate Theology Program. La Salle
College aims to fashion young men who will
take just pride in the heritage of their faith
and who will have the intellectual fitness to face
and solve the complex social, moral, and reli-
gious problems of their day.



(Below) THIRTY-FOUR CHRISTIAN BROTHERS live in the
Faculty House, one of the three original buildings completed in
1929. The building contains the Brothers' Community Chapel
which presently serves the spiritual needs of the students. The
President's Offices are at the far end of the building which con-
nects with College Hall.




CRADLED WITHIN the arms
of massive campus buildings,
the Shrine of the Sacred Heart,
located in the center of the
Quadrangle, provides vivid
memories of deeply moving and
sanctifying spiritual moments
to many an undergraduate and
to many a graduate as well.



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(Far Right) FINGERING THE
SKY, the College Hall tower
rises majestically, and from it
peal, as the campus day begins
and ends, the lovely melodies of
the carillon, the gift of the stu-
dents of 1958. Wister Hall is at
the right.



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EARLY AUTUMN SUNLIGHT filters through the trees and against Wister
Hall. This building contains a large gymnasium accommodating approximately
1,500 spectators. Separate dressing rooms, equipment rooms, and offices for the
Athletic Department complete the ground floor. A language lab and classrooms
for the Philosophy Department are on the second floor. ROTC classes occupy
the rooms on the third floor.




(Beloiv) SOMEWHAT DWARFED by
Wister Hall, the College Union Build-
ing is the hub for all non-academic, stu-
dent-centered activities. Four dining
rooms, equipped to serve 815 students



at one time, are located on the ground
floor. (Right ) WITHIN THE SHADOW
of the College Union Building is the
Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes 'which
was erected in 1940 as a memorial to the
young men who suffered and died in
World War I.




DEDICATION OF




AS BISHOP-ELECT of Philadelphia, The Most Reverend Francis
J. Furey, D.D., blesses the La Salle Science Center. Assisting at
the ceremony are Edward Senlick; Anthony Walsh; Reverend
Mark Heath, O.P.; Alfred Duffy; Reverend Joseph D. Dough-
erty; and Reverend James A. Driscoll, O.P.




ON THE WINDSWEPT CAMPUS Brother Daniel Bernian,
President, extends a ■welcome to the crowd gathered for the dedi-
cation on October 20, 1960.



(Right) SYMBOLIC OF DEDICATION to Christian purposes,
the Cross stands majestically in the courtyard. The blessing of
the Cross was a part of the Science Center consecration.



DEDICATION— LA SALLE SCIENCE CENTER
PROGRAM

The Most Reverend Francis J. Furey, D.D., Bishop-Elect,
Presiding

Processional R.O.T.C. Band

National Anthem R.O.T.C. Band

Vocalist, Mr. Stanley Pirzchalski

Invocation Rev. John Bogacz, Ph.D., of the Faculty

Welcome Rev. Brother Daniel Bernian, F.S.C., President

Remarks on the Dedication

Dr. Roland Holroyd, Ph.D., of the Faculty
Blessing of the Cross and of the Science Center

The Most Reverend Francis J. Furey, D.D.
Recessional R.O.T.C. Band







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SCIENCE CENTER




ON A BLEAK OCTOBER DAY, Brother Fidelian, F.S.C., Vice-President
for Academic Affairs; Dr. Marston Morse of the Institute for Advanced
Study; Brother D. John, F.S.C., Provincial; Brother Daniel Bernian, F.S.C.,
President; and His Excellency, Francis J. Furey, D.D., listen as Dr. Roland
Holroyd delivers the address from the Science Center porch.




SHEATHED IN VER-
MONT GREEN SLATE,
with panels of Georgia
white marble on the sol-
id surfaces, the Science
Center provides facili-
ties for the Psychology,
Chemistry, Physics, and
Biology Departments of
the College.




IN STRIKING CONTEMPORARY DESIGN, the architecture of the build-
ing is simple and uncluttered. Exciting use of color has been made in the
interior with bold blues and reds accentuating the more restrained tones.




HIS



Saint John Baptist De La Salle

Patron of the College

Patron of All Teachers

Founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools



DEDICATION

SERIES US WELL



Educators and students everywhere are sharing in the
realization of a mighty dream. In the seventeenth century
Saint John Baptist De La Salle envisioned education for the
many, not just for the wealthy individuals able to afford
such a luxury. On lire with zeal to educate the poor, he was
not an educational theorist; he was an intensely practical
man. As a pioneer in education, he made it possible for stu-
dents to study their lessons in their native tongue, to be
taught in class groups, and to have the use of libraries and
visual aids. These are only a few of the innovations which
Saint La Salle brought into being.

Educators and students everywhere find inspiration, en-
couragement, and guidance in the life and teachings of this
great man. His example inspires them; his wisdom enlight-
ens them; and, above all, his spirit animates and guides
them. His contribution to the field of education lies in a
body of Christian teachers, formed according to his mind
and spirit, and living dedicated lives patterned according
to the ideas and ideals exemplified in his life and contained
in his writings.

Despite the obvious tremendous difference between Saint
La Salle's time and our own, the eternal verities which en-
lightened his vision, the goal toward which he strove like
a man by a dream possessed, remain from age to age. Our
spirit must not differ essentially from his; his Faith must
animate us, motivate us, and transform the almost killing
drudgery of study and teaching into meaningful and re-
warding activity.

Words diminish great achievements. This was a true
saying when it was first uttered, and it is truer still today
when men use words more loosely than ever before. To
develop adequately the fulfillment of the La Sallian dream,
we wish we had words like new coins, untarnished by use.
Lacking them, we can only say that Saint La Salle's con-
tributions to the field of education and their subsequent
development have become an inspiring entry in the world's
log-book.




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REVEREND BROTHER DANIEL BERNIAN, F.S.C., Ph.D., LL.D.



REPRESENTATIVE OF



Brother Daniel Bernian began his career with
the College in 1951 as Assistant Professor of
French. In 1953 he was appointed Director of
the College Residence Halls and from 1954 to
1958 he held the office of Dean of Students.



During this latter period he also held the title
of Vice-President of the College. In 1958 he
was named the twenty-third President of the
College and of the Board of Managers of the
La Salle College Corporation.



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THE MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY

listen to the President's opening remarks
at the October Faculty Meeting in the
College Union Theater.




PETER DOYLE presents the President
with tickets for the Masque's production
of "Tiger at the Gates."



AT THE OCTOBER HONORS CON-
VOCATION, Brother Daniel Bernian
confers the honorary degree of Doctor
of Science on Dr. Marston Morse of
Princeton, New Jersey. Dr. Thomas
Ward adjusts the hood.



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STANDARDS



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BROTHER GAVIN PAUL, F.S.C., Ph.D.
Vice-President for Student Affairs
Brother Paul supervises all phases of student life
at La Salle. Policies formulated in his office
affect fraternities, extra-curricular activities,
and all men in residence.



BROTHER FIDELIAN OF MARY, F.S.C., Ph.D.

Vice-President for Academic Affairs
Brother Fidelian is responsible for establishing
and maintaining the academic structure of the
College. The direction of the divisions and of
the departments of the College is an important
part of his work.



ACADEMIC AFFAIRS




JOHN L. McCLOSKEY, M.B.A.
Vice-President for Public Relations
Mr. John McCloskey supervises and co-ordinates
the Alumni, Development and Placement De-
partments, and the News Bureau of the College.
The services of these departments are available
to all students.



JOSEPH SPRISSLER, B.A., D.C.S.
Dr. Sprissler supervises and co-ordinates that
area which includes financial accounting, the Of-
fice of the Bursar, the Department of Buildings
and Grounds, and the management of the vari-
ous auxiliary enterprises of the College.



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BROTHER G. ROBERT, F.S.C., M.A.,
Dean of Arts and Sciences — Brother G.
Robert is the chief executive officer of
the School of Arts and Sciences 'which
offers general or liberal arts programs
and programs in science and mathe-
matics.



BROTHER DAVID CASSIAN, F.S.C.,
M.A., Dean of Business Administration
— Brother David Cassian is the chief ex-
ecutive officer of the School of Business
Administration which was established in
195 5. Such a development does not
minimize the fundamental character of
the College as a college of liberal arts.



BROTHER GREGORIAN PAUL, F.S.C.,
Ph.D., LL.D., Dean of the Evening Di-
vision — Brother G. Paul is the chief ex-
ecutive officer of the Evening Division
which has programs in Business and in
Science leading to the Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree, as well as programs leading
to a Certificate of Proficiency.



BROTHER F. CHRISTOPHER,
F.S.C., Ph.D. — Director of Ad-
missions.



BROTHER G. JOSEPH, F.S.C.
M.A., LL.D. — Registrar.



MARGARET KEILY LENNON,
B.A. — Assistant Registrar.





BROTHER DANIEL PHILIP,
F.S.C, M.A., M.B.A. — Assistant
to the Registrar.



FRANCIS J. NATHANS, M.A.
— Director of Rostering.



BROTHER EDMUND JOSEPH,
F.S.C, B.S. in L.S. — Director of
the Library.



CHARLES GLACKIN, B.A.—
Resident Director of La Salle
College in Europe.



DAVID J. SMITH, B.A. — Assis-
tant to the Dean of the Evening
Division.




STUDEIT AFFAIRS




JOHN A. GUISCHARD, Ph.D. — Director
of Student Organizations.
REVEREND RICHARD MARK HEATH,
O.P., Ph.D. — College Chaplain.
CHARLES V. KELLY, M.A. — Assistant Di-
rector of Student Organizations.
THOMAS McCARTHY, Ph.D.— Director of
the Counseling Center.

BROTHER E. AUSTIN, F.S.C., Ph.D.— As-
sistant Director of the Counseling Center.
BROTHER F. ADRIAN, F.S.C., M.A. — Dir-
ector of Housing.

JAMES J. HENRY, LL.D.— Director of
Athletics.
THOMAS McTEAR, M.D. — College Physi-



MRS. ANDREW SERCHAK, R.N. — College
Nurse.

JOHN H. VEEN, B.A.— Director of the Col-
lege Union.

CHARLES HILPL — Director of the Proper-
ties Office.



BUSINESS AFFAIRS



BROTHER EDWARD JOHN, F.S.C.,
M.A., D.C.S. — Bursar.
BROTHER EDELWALD JAMES, F.S.C.,
M.A., LL.D. — Assistant Treasurer.
BERNARD O'CONNOR — Budget Ac-
countant.



DONALD MASSER — Superintendent of
Building and Grounds.
WILLIAM HALL — Director of Food
Services.

FRANCIS DESALES KERR, B.S.— Man-
ager of Campus Store.




JOSEPH L. HANLEY,
B. A. — Director of
Alumni.

RALPH W. HOWARD,
B.A. — Director of News
Bureau.

L. THOMAS REIF-
STECK, M.B.A.— Direc-
tor of Placement.
JOHN L. McCLOSKEY,
M.B.A. — Director of
Development.
JOSEPH J. SGRO, B.S.
— Assistant to the Di-
rector of Development.



PUBLIC RELATIONS





Top Rote: EDWIN W. ADAMS, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Education. BRO-
THER FRANCIS ADRIAN, F.S.C., M.A., Assistant Professor, Theology. BRO-
THER E. ALBAN, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Mathematics. ERWIN F.
ALBRECHT, JR., Captain, U.S. Army, B.S., Assistant Professor, Military
Science. Second Row: CARL J. ALLEN, M.A., Assistant Professor, Philosophy.
BROTHER DAVID ALOYSIUS, F.S.C., M.Ed., Director, Reading Services.
AUSTIN J. APP, Ph.D., Associate Professor, English. JOSEPH F. ARMSTRONG,
M.S., Lecturer, Accounting. Third Ron-. BROTHER D. AUGUSTINE, F.S.C.,
Ph.D., Chairman, Sociology. BROTHER E. AUSTIN, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor, Psychology. BROTHER F. AZARIAS, F.S.C., M.A., Chairman, Edu-
cation. MAX BAR1H, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Chemistry. Bottom Roiv:
REVEREND BERNARD BENISCHECK, M.A., Lecturer, English. ARTHUR
H. BENNER, Ph.D., Lecturer, Physics. WILLIAM J. BENNETT, Lt. Colonel,
Artillery, B.S., Chairman, Military Science. DONALD BEST, M.S., Assistant
Professor, Education.



OfifiMknities ARISE



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Top Row: WILLIAM J. BINKOWSKI, M.A., Assistant Professor, Education and
History. REVEREND JOHN BOGACZ, Doctor of Science, Assistant Professor,
Biology. RICHARD P. BOUDREAU, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, French.
LAWRENCE G. BOWMAN, B.A., Lecturer, English. Bottom Rotv: VINCENT
D. BRADLEY, M.B.A., Lecturer, Finance. MARY E. BRODERICK, B.S., Circu-
lation Librarian. VICTOR D. BROOKS, Ed.D., Lecturer, Psychology. REV-
EREND ANDREW P. BROWN, M.A., Lecturer, Modern Language.



Top Rotv: REVEREND JOSEPH C. BURNS, O.P., S.T.L., Instructor, Philosophy.
RAYMOND S. BURNS, M.A., Lecturer, English. THOMAS R. CALLAN, JR.,
B.A., Lecturer, Chemistry. JOSEPH M. CARRIO, B.A.S., Assistant Professor,
Spanish. JOHN H. CHRISTIE, B.S., Lecturer, Insurance. Bottom Rotv: CASI-
MIR CIESLA, Dr. Rer. Pol., Associate Professor, Economics. WALTER CLAVAN,
Ph.D., Lecturer, Chemistry. C. RICHARD CLEARY, Ph.D., Chairman, Gov-
ernment.




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Top Roiv: JOHN A. CLEMENT, JR., LL.B., Lecturer, Business law. BROTHER
E. CLEMENTIAN, F.S.C., M.A., Associate Professor, English GERALD F. CON-
NELL, B.S., Lecturer, Mathematics. JOHN F. CONNOLLY, C.P.A., Lecturer,
Accounting. Bottom Row: JOHN F. CONNORS, M.A., Assistant Professor,
Sociology. VINCENT A. COOKE, B.S., Lecturer, Industry. ALFRED E. COR-
BETT, B.S., Lecturer, Industry. JOHN M. COULSON, M.A., Lecturer, Eng-
lish.



Top Roiv: ROBERT J. COURTNEY, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Government:
JOSEPH E. CROWLEY, LL.B., Lecturer, Industry. WILLIAM C. CURTIS,
Ph.D., Lecturer, Physics. JOHN S. CZIRAKY, Ph.D., Instructor, History.
Bottom Roiv: BROTHER DAMIAN JULIUS, F.S.C., Ph.D., Chairman, Mathe-
matics. MICHAEL DE ANGELIS, M.S., Associate Professor, Accounting.
JOHN K. DE FRANCESCO, M.A., Instructor, Italian. JOHN J. DE LA COUR,
C.P.A., Lecturer, Accounting.




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Top Roiv. ARTHUR J. DELANY, JR., B.A., Lecturer, Philosophy. VICTOR
DI CHRISTINA, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics. BERNARD L. DI FELICE, B.A.,
Assistant Professor, Physics. DOMENICO A. DI MARCO, D.Litt., Assistant
Profesor, Italian. Second Roiv: EDWARD DOMINESKE, LL.B., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Business Law. FRANCIS J. DONAHOE, Ph.D., Lecturer, Physics.
FRANCIS X. DONAHOE, B.A., Lecturer, English. UGO DONINI, M.A., Chair-
man, History. Third Row: REVEREND JOHN W. DOUGHERTY, S.T.L.,
Lecturer, Theology. CHARLES J. DOUGHTY, B.S., Lecturer, Accounting.
REVEREND JAMES A. DRISCOLL, O.P., S.T.L., Assistant Professor, Philosophy.
JOHN M. DRONSON, M.A., Lecturer, Economics. Bottom Roiv: CHESTER O.
DUDZIAK, B.S., Lecturer, Mathematics. FRANCIS A. DUFFY, B.A., Lecturer,
English. BROTHER M. EDWARD, F.S.C., Litt.M., Associate Professor, Chem-
istry. SIDNEY N. EINHORN, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics.




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Top Roiv: CHARLES H. EISENGREIN, M.S., Lecturer, Industry. BROTHER
FRANCIS EMERY, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, English. BROTHER E.
FELIX, F.S.C., Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics. BROTHER FIDELIAN OF
MARY, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor, English. Bottom Roiv: JAMES W.
FINEGAN, B.A., Lecturer, English. RICHARD E. FITZGERALD, M.F.A.,
Assistant Professor, English. JOSEPH F. FLUBACHER, Ed.D., Chairman,
Economics. BROTHER F. FRANCIS, F.S.C., M.A., Assistant Professor, Eco-



Top Row: BROTHER G. FRANCIS, F.S.C., M.A., Assistant Professor, English.
HAROLD FRIEDLAND, M.B.A., Lecturer, Marketing. WILLIAM B. FYNES,
M.B.A., Lecturer, Industry. JOHN F. GALLAGHER, M.A., Instructor, Govern-
ment. Bottom Row: WILLIAM F. GARRITY, M.B.A., Instructor, Accounting.
JOSEPH E. GEMBALA, LL.B., Lecturer, Business Law. RICHARD T. GERU-
SON, M.A., Instructor, Economics. HARRY J. GIBBONS, B.S., Lecturer,
Accounting.






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Top Roiv: GEORGE E. GIBBONS, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics. BURTON C.
GLAZER, M.S., Lecturer, Physics. FREDERICK GOEHRINGER, 3rd, M.B.A.,
Lecturer, Indutsry. FRANK X. GOELZ, M.A., Lecturer, Industry. Second
Roiv: BERNARD B. GOLDNER, Ph.D., Chairman, Industry. BERTRAM J.
GOLDSTONE, M.S., Lecturer, Physics. GEORGE J. GRADEL, M.S., Lecturer,
Chemistry. JOHN GRADY, B.A., Instructor, Economics. Third Row: SYLVAN
H. GREENE, M.A., Lecturer, Mathematics. FRANCIS V. GRIFFIN, B.A.,
Lecturer, English. FRANCIS J. GUERIN, C.P.A., Chairman, Accounting.
JOHN A. GUISCHARD, Ph.D., Chairman, French. Bottom Roiv: ROBERT
GUNNING, JR., Captain, Artillery, B.S., Assistant Professor, Military Science.
PAUL M. HAFEY, B.A., Lecturer, Government. CHARLES A. HALPIN, JR.,
M.A., Associate Professor, Industry. JOSEPH HANLEY, B.A., Instructor,
English.



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Top Row: E. FRANCIS HANLON, B.A., Lecturer, English. HOWARD L.
HANNUM, M.A., Lecturer, English. JOHN L. HARBISON, M.A., Lecturer,
History. REVEREND MARK HEATH, O.P., Ph.D., Professor, Theology.
Bottom Row: REVEREND HENRY HEMINGHAUS, O.S.F.S., M.A., Instructor,
Philosophy. JAMES J. HENRY, LL.D., Professor, Finance. REVEREND
JOSEPH A. HENRY, J.C.D., Lecturer, Theology. WILLIAM H. HENRY, JR.,
M.A., Lecturer, English.



Top Row: CLIFFORD T. HERZBERGER, Captain, Artillery, B.S., Assistant
Professor, Military Science. EDWARD P. HILL, M.A., Lecturer, Economics.
ROLAND HOLROYD, Ph.D., Professor, Biology. REVEREND JOHN J. IVERS,
S.T.L., Lecturer, Theology. Bottom Row. HERMAN JACOBOWITZ, M.S.,
Lecturer, Physics. BROTHER F. JAMES, F.S.C., S.T.D., Chairman, Theology.
BROTHER FIRMINIAN JOSEPH, F.S.C, M.A., Assistant Professor, German.
BROTHER FORTINIAN JOSEPH, F.S.C, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, English.




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Top Row: BROTHER G. JOSEPH, F.S.C., Ped.D., Professor, Physics. WALTER
J. KAISER, C.P.A., Associate Professor, Accounting. WALTER M. KANE,
M.S., Lecturer, Physics. JOHN J. KEENAN, M.A., Assistant Professor, English.
Bottom Row: CHARLES V. KELLY, M.A., Assistant Professor, English. RON-
ALD J. KERN, M.S., Lecturer, Physics. BROTHER G. KEVIN, F.S.C., M.S.,
Assistant Professor, Chemistry. JOHN J. KING, B.A., Lecturer, English.



Top Rotv: CLAUDE F. KOCH, M.A., Associate Professor, English. RICHARD
KROLL, M.A., Instructor, Biology. RAYMOND KSIAZEK, B.A., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Biology. STANLEY KUBACKI, LL.B., Lecturer, Business Law. Bottom
Rotv: LEONARD C. KURFUERST, B.S., Lecturer, Industry. J. QUENTIN
LANE, B.S., Lecturer, Industry. ROBERT F. LAVELLE, LL.B., Lecturer,
Business Law. BROTHER E. LEONARD, F.S.C., M.A., Assistant Professor,
French.







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Top Row: RICHARD C. LEONARD. M.A., Assistant Professor, Sociology.
BROTHER ELIPHUS LEWIS, F.S.C., M.Ed., Assistant Professor, History.
HENRY J. LOPEZ, C.P.A., Lecturer, Accounting. REVEREND FRANCIS
LOUGHRAN, M.A., Lecturer, English. Bottom Rotv: SIDNEY J. MacLEOD,
JR., M.F.A., Instructor, English. JOHN F. MALLOY, M.A., Lecturer, Philoso-
phy. MARTIN P. MARION, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics. JOSEPH G. MARK-
MANN, C.P.A., Instructor, Accounting.



Top Row: DENNIS J. McCARTHY, M.A., Assistant Professor, History.
THOMAS N. McCARTHY, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Psychology. JOHN Mc-
CLOSKEY, M.B.A., Assistant Professor, Marketing. ROBERT McDONOUGH,
M.A., Assistant Professor, German. Bottom Rotv: REVEREND LEO McGEE,
M.A., Lecturer, Theology. JOHN F. McGLYNN, M.A., Assistant Professor,
English. JAMES J. McKENNA, JR., M.A., Lecturer, Sociology. FRANCIS J.
McNAMARA, B.S., Lecturer, Finance.




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Top Row: ANDRE S. MICHALSKI, M.A., Assistant Professor, Spanish. JO-
SEPH C. MIHALICH, M.A., Assistant Professor, Philosophy. FRANCIS J.
MONAGHAN, JR., Ed.M., Lecturer, English. JOSEPH P. MOONEY, M.A.,
Assistant Professor, Economics. Bottom Row: EDWIN E. MOORE, B.S., Lec-
turer, Industry. JOHN J. MOORE, M.A., Lecturer, English. JOSEPH L.
MORAN, M.A., Assistant Professor, Spanish. REVEREND ROBERT A. MOR-
RISON, M.A., Lecturer, Theology.



Top Row: PAUL M. MOSER, M.S., Lecturer, Physics. GEORGETTE M. MOST,
B.S. in L.S., Reference Librarian. EDWARD M. MURAWSKI, B.A., Lecturer,
Philosophy. REVEREND JOSEPH T. MURPHY, M.A., Lecturer, Theology.
Bottom Row: GEORGE T. MYERS, B.S., Lecturer, Chemistry. RALPH NAPLES,
Major U. S. Army Reserve, B.S., Assistaant Professor, Military Science. FRAN-
CIS J. NATHANS, M.A., Assistant Professor, Government. E. RUSSELL
NAUGHTON, Ph.D., Chairman, Philosophy.




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Top Row. JOHN D. NEEL, B.A., Lecturer, Insurance. JUDSON E. NEWBURG,
Ed.M., Lecturer, English. EDWARD J. NOLAN, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics.
JOSEPH P. O'GRADY, M.A., Instructor, History. Second Roiv: REVEREND
JOHN A. OTTO, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Philosophy. FREDERICK PATKA,
Ph.D., Lecturer, Psychology. BROTHER EDWARD PATRICK, F.S.C., M.A.,
Chairman, English. BROTHER FELICIAN PATRICK, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor, English. Third Roto: BROTHER E. PAUL, F.S.C., M.A., Assistant
Professor, Spanish. BROTHER GAVIN PAUL, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Sociology. JOHN S. PENNY, Ph.D., Chairman, Biology. BENJAMIN J. PEN-
SIERO, M.B.A. Lecturer, Industry. Bottom Rotv: NICHOLAS F. PENSIERO,
B.S., Lecturer, Marketing. EDWARD D. PINDER, B.A., Lecturer, Accounting.
SOLOMON R. POLLACK, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics. ROBERT K. PRES-
TON, Ph.D., Lecturer, Chemistry.




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Top Roiv: BROTHER G. RAYMOND, F.S.C., Ph.D., Chairman, Chemistry.
THOMAS REIFSTECK, M.B.A., Assistant Professor, Marketing. FRANK A.
REILLY, Captain, Artillery, B.S., Assistant Professor, Military Science.
CHARLES F. RICKERT, M.S., Lecturer, English. Second Row: JOSEPH A.
RIDER, M.A., Lecturer, Accounting. AUGUSTINE J. RIEFFEL, LL.B., Lec-
turer, Business Law. DANIEL J. RODDEN, M.F.A., Associate Professor, Eng-
lish. JAMES W. RODGERS, Ed.M., Lecturer, English. Third Rotv: JOHN J.
ROONEY, Ph.D., Chairman, Psychology. ROBERT J. ROWLAND, SR., M.A.,
Lecturer, English. ROBERT J. ROWLAND, JR., B.A., Lecturer, English. IVAN
RUDNYTSKY, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, History. Bottom Row: RICHARD
W. RUDOLPH, M.B.A., Lecturer, Industry. JOHN P. RYAN, B.S., Lecturer,


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