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The composite
effect of

CAMPUS

STAFF

STUDENT BODY
is the image

which endures

in the minds

of graduates ...






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perhaps

the most subtle

influence




We establish a relationship with the objects of
the La Salle world; there is, for example, a very
specific attitude we adopt merely in taking a seat
in a class.

This is an important time in the history of the
college, for with new buildings and new students,
new perspectives appear.

The attitudes of today are becoming the heritage,
the tradition, that will constitute the commitment
of future students.



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ACCOMPLISHING A REORDE





Above: The College Union Building, one of the recent additions to
the campus, is the center of student activity. Each year the College
Union is the scene of lectures, concerts, and dances. Located in the
Union are various facilities for student use: theatre, ballroom, music
room, game room, cafeteria, and campus store. The College Union
Committees are among the most vigorous groups on campus.



ieU: These strikingly modern and tastefully appointed residence
halls are the campus homes for a large group of out-of-town
students.



Far Left: Late autumn shadows cast delicate patterns of chiaroscuro
upon the main thoroughfare of student and faculty life, the path-
way leading from College Hall to the campus Library. To the right
lie AAcShain, Leonard, and Benilde Halls. Beyond, at the end of
this well-trod path, is the distinctively styled Science Center.



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Afternoons pass. Because the college has its own
library, cafeteria and lounges, the campus is un-
obtrusively the center of most students' day.



Twentieth and OIney has signified La Salle for
over thirty years. College Hall is the oldest build-
ing. The faculty house on Twentieth Street is home
for most of the teaching Brothers. Days all too
short or all too long have begun here for students
for years. In winter it's a windy corner.



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ALWAYS BECOMING THE PAST




The statue of the Sacred Heart is centered in the quadrangle walkway. In
spring and autumn, students find the benches a shady and sometimes quiet
retreat in which to study or hold conversations.



Soaring in majestic simplicity above the Science Center plaza,
the blessed symbol of our very existence provides a constant
reminder of our sacred heritage.




In the shade of the faculty house, an in-
formal session is taking place. Moments
like these we may not even remember
in future years— what undergraduate can
remember who was the first professor
he spoke to outside class? — but these
teachers have helped determine the
milieu we associate with La Salle.




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the fact

of their influence

is unquestioned

The pattern of life at La Salle is largely deter-
mined by the administration. Within the frame-
work of curriculum, courses, requirements, and
regulations, the teaching staff endeavors to pro-
vide students with an education. The resultant is
often a combination of different interests — not the
least of which is the students'— but the ends of
education are always served.



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REVEREND BROTHER DANIEL BERNIAN
F.S.C., Ph.D., LL.D.
President
Brother DSniel has served the College for eleven years. During Brother's term as
President, the College has made enormous progress — the College Union Building
and the Science Center have been erected. Brother has been, variously, Director
of the Residence Halls, Dean of Students, and Vice-President of the College. Brother
Bernian continues to teach as Professor of French.



LA SALLE COLLEGE



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BROTHER FIDELIAN OF MARY, F.S.C., Ph.D.
Vice-President of Academic Affairs
Brother is responsible for the maintenance of aca-
demic standards at the College. He directs admis-
sions, rostering, registration, the Library, and
La Salle in Europe. The College Union's lecture
program is also under Brother's direction.




BROTHER GAVIN PAUL, F.S.C., Ph.D.
Vice-President of Student Affairs
Brother Paul supervises student services and ac-
tivities, including the counseling center, reading
development, residence halls, athletics, and health
program. Requirements and regulations for fra-
ternities, clubs, and organizations are prescribed
by Brother Paul.



ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF





JOHN L. AAcCLOSKEY, M.B.A.
V/ce-Pres/denf of Public Relations
Mr. McCloskey is responsible for the co-ordina-
tion and direction of the activity of the Alumni,
Development, and Placement Departments and of
the College News Bureau.



JOSEPH SPRISSLER, B.A., D.C.S.
Vice-President of Business Affairs
Mr. Sprissler is in charge of the finances of the
college. He also supervises the Department of
Buildings and Grounds. He is responsible for the
College's fiscal accounting, the Office of the
Bursar, and certain auxiliary programs of the
College.



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Brother David Cassian, F.S.C., M.A., Dean
of the School of Business Administration
— Brother David directs the School of
Business Administration. Established in
1955, this School offers courses of study
leading to the Bachelor of Science degree.
Although La Salle is a liberal arts college,
the School of Business Administration pro-
vides opportunities for students who wish
to obtain a major in business courses.



Brother Francis Emery, F.S.C., Ph.D., Dean
of the Evening Division — Brother Emery
heads the Evening School of the College,
which offers programs leading to the
Bachelor of Science degree in Business
Administration, Chemistry, and Electronic
Physics, and a Certificate of Proficiency in
all Business curricula.



Brother G. Robert, F.S.C., M.A., Dean of
the School of Arts and Sciences — Brother
Robert is the chief executive officer of the
School of Arts and Sciences, which offers
courses of study in the liberal arts, sci-
ence, mathematics. This school is the
foundation of La Salle as a liberal arts
college.




Brother F. Christopher, F.S.C.,
Ph.D., Director of Admis-
sions.

Brother G. Joseph, F.S.C.,
M.A., LL.D., Registrar.
Margaret Keily Lennon, B.A.,
Assistant Registrar.
Brother Daniel Philip, F.S.C.,
AA.A., AA.B.A., Assistant to the
Registrar.





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Francis J. Nathans, M.A., Di-
rector of Rostering.

Brother. E. Joseph, F.S.C.,
B.S. in L.S., Director of the
Library.

David J. Smith, B.S., Assistant
to the Dean of the Evening
Division.



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JOHN A. GUISCHARD, Ph.D.,
Director of Student Organiza-
tions.

CHARLES V. KELLY, M.A., As-
sistant Director of Student Or-
ganizations.

REVEREND R. MARK HEATH,
O.P., Ph.D., College Chaplain.

THOMAS N. McCarthy,

Ph.D., Director of Counseling
Center.

BROTHER E. AUSTIN, F.S.C.,
Ph.D., Assistant Director of
Counseling Center.
BROTHER FELICIAN PAT-
RICK, F.S.C., Ph.D., Director
of Housing.

JAMES J. HENRY, LL.D., Di-
rector of Athletics.
THOMAS F. McTEAR, M.D.,
College Physician.

MRS. ANDREW SERCHAK,
R.N., College Nurse.
JOHN H. VEEN, B.A., Direc-
tor of College Union.
CHARLES HILPL, Director of
the Properties Office.

JAMES J. McDonald, b.a.,

Director of Alumni.



RALPH W. HOWARD, B.A.,

Director of New Bureau.

L. THOMAS REIFSTECK

M.B.A., Director of Place

ment.

JOHN

M.B.A

ment.

JOSEPH J. SGRO, B.S., As

sistant to the Director of De

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BROTHER EDWARD JOHN,

F.S.C., M.A., D.S.C., Bursar.

BROTHER EDELWALD JAMES,

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

Treasurer.

BERNARD J. O'CONNOR,

Budget Accountant.



DONALD MASSER, Superin-
tendent of Buildings and
Grounds.

WILLIAM HALL, Director of
Food Services.

FRANCIS DeSALES KERR,
B.S., Manager of Campus
Store.



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EDWIN W. ADAMS, Ed.D., BROTHER F. ADRIAN, F.S.C.,
Associate Professor, Educa- AA.A., Assistant Professor,
tion. Theology.



BROTHER E. ALBAN, F.S.C.,
Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Mathematics.



ERWIN F. ALBRECHT, JR.,
Capt., Arty., B.S., Assistant
Professor, Military Science.




CARL ALLEN, M.A., Assist- BROTHER D. ALOYSIUS, AUSTIN J. APP., Ph.D., As- JOSEPH F. ARMSTRONG,

ant Professor, Philosophy. F.S.C., M.Ed., Director, Read- sociate Professor, English. M.B.A., Lecturer, Account-

ing Services. ing.




THE DEDICATED MEMBERS OF




BROTHER D. AUGUSTINE, BROTHER E. AUSTIN, F.S.C., BROTHER F. AZARIAS, REVEREND ROGER BALDU-
F.S.C., Ph.D., Professor, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, F.S.C., M.A., Professor, Ed- CELLI, O.S.F.S., S.T.D., As-
Sociology. Psychology. ucation. sistant Professor, Theology.



MAX BARTH, Ph.D., Associ-
ate Professor, Chemistry.



REVEREND JOHN V. BAR- ELVIRA BELTRAMO, B.S-, REVEREND BERNARD BEN-
TOS, M.A., Lecturer, Theol- Cataloguer. ISCHEK, M.A., • Lecturer,

ogy. Theology.










ARTHUR H. BENNER, Ph.D., WILLIAM J. BENNETT, Col- DONALD T. BEST, M.S., Lee- WILLIAM J. BINKOWSKI,
Lecturer, Physics. one!, Arty., B.S., Professor, turer, Mathematics. M.A., Assistant Professor,

Military Science. Education and History.




REVEREND JOHN BOGACZ, RICHARD P. BOUDREAU, LAWRENCE G. BOWMAN, VINCENT D. BRADLEY,

Doctor of Science, Assistant Ph.D., Assistant Professor, B.A., Lecturer, English. M.B.A., Lecturer, Finance.

Professor, Biology. French.



OUR RELIGIOUS AND LAY FACULTY




REVEREND ROBERT H. MARY BRODERICK, B.S., GEORGE J. BROOKES, VICTOR D. BROOKS, Ed.D.

BREEN, M.A., Lecturer, Eng- Circulation Librarian. M.B.A., Lecturer, Economics. Lecturer, Psychology,
lish.

REVEREND ANDREW REVEREND JOSEPH C. JOSEPH CAIRO, B.A., Lee- THOMAS R. CALLAN, JR.,



BROWN, M.A., Lecturer, BURNS, O.P., S.T.L., Instruc- turer. Economics.
German. tor, Philosophy.



B.A., Lecturer, Chemistry.




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TRANSFER THE MANY WISDOMS




JOSEPH M. CARRIO, B.A.S., WILLIAM E. CASHIN, AA.A., JOHN CHRISTIE, B.S., Lee- BROTHER F. CHRISTOPHER,
Assistant Professor, Spanish. Instructor, Counseling Cen- furer. Insurance. F.S.C., Ph.D., Associate Pre-
fer, fessor. Biology.

CASIMIR CIESLA, Dr. Rer. WALTER CLAVAN, Ph.D., C. RICHARD CLEARY, Ph.D., JOHN A. CLEMENT, LL.B.,

Pol., Associate Professor, Lecturer, Chemistry. Associate Professor, Gov- Lecturer, Business Law.

Economics. ernment.




JOHN C. CONBOY, Capt., GERALD F. CONNELL, B.S.,

Arty., B.S., Assistant Profes- Lecturer, Mathematics,
sor. Military Science.

JOHN F. CONNORS, M.A., VINCENT A. COOKE, B.S.,

Assistant Professor, Sociol- Lecturer, Industry.

ogy.



HARRY J. CONNOLLY, B.S., JOHN F. CONNOLLY, B.S.,
Lecturer, Accounting. C.P.A., Lecturer, Account-

ing.

ALFRED E. CORBETT, B.S., ROBERT M. CORREALE,
Lecturer, Industry. M.A., Instructor, English.





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ROBERT J. COURTNEY, JOSEPH E. CROWLEY, LL.B.,

Ph.D., Associate Professor, Lecturer, Industry.

Government.



DENNIS M. CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM C. CURTIS, Ph.D.,
M.A., Instructor, English. Lecturer, Physics.



J. SANDOR CZIRAKY, Ph.D., BROTHER DAMIAN JULIUS, BROTHER DANIEL BERN- MICHAEL DE ANGELIS, M.S.,
Instructor, History. F.S.C., Ph.D., Associate Pro- IAN, F.S.C., Ph.D., Profes- Associate Professor, Ac-

fessor. Mathematics. sor, French. counting.





BROTHER DAVID CASSIAN, ARTHUR J. DELANEY, B.A.
F.S.C., M.A., Assistant Pro- Lecturer, Philosophy,
fessor. Economics.



VICTOR Dl CHRISTINA, BERNARD Dl FELICE, B.A.,
M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics. Lecturer, Physics.



DOMENICO Dl MARCO, D. EDWARD J. DOMINESKE, FRANCIS J. DONAHOE, . UGO DONINI, M.A., Pro-
Litt., Assistant Professor, LL.B., Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Lecturer, Physics. fessor. History.

Italian. Business Law





OF GENERATIONS PAST



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FRANCIS X. DONOHOE, ALBERT J. DORN, M.A., REVEREND JOHN W CHARLES J. DOUGHTY, B.S.,

B.A., Lecturer, English. Lecturer, History. DOUGHERTY, J. CD., Lee- Lecturer, Accounting.

turer. Theology.



JOHN M. DRONSON, AA.A., CHESTER DUDZIAK, B.S., FRANCIS A. DUFFY, B.A , ANTHONY J. DWYER, B.A
Lecturer, Economics. Lecturer, Mathematics. Lecturer, English. Lecturer, English.




BROTHER M. EDWARD, SIDNEY M. EINHORN, M.S., CHARLES H. EISENGREIN, BROTHER FRANCIS EMERY
F.S.C., Lift. M., Associate Lecturer, Mathematics. M.S., Lecturer, Industry. F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Pro

Professor, Chemistry. fessor, English.




TO THOSE WHO WILL EXTEND






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HOWARD J. FEATHERS, SFC, BROTHER E. FELIX, F.S.C., BROTHER FIDELIAN OF EUGENE J. FITZGERALD,

Supply Sergeant. Ph.D., Professor, Mathe- MARY, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assist- M.A., Assistant Professor,

matics. ant Professor, English. Philosophy.



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RICHARD E. FITZGERALD, WILLIAM A. FITZPATRICK, JOSEPH F. FLUBACHER, WILLIAM J. FOX, Capt.,

M F A Assistant Professor, LL.B., Lecturer, English. Ed.D., Professor, Economics. Arty., Assistant Professor,

English. Military Science.

BROTHER G. FRANCIS, JOHN F. GALLAGHER, REVEREND JOHN P. GAL- JOSEPH E. GEMBALA, LL.B.,

F.S.C., M.A., Assistant Pro- M.A., Instructor, Govern- LAGHER, M.A., Lecturer, Lecturer, Business Law.

fessor, English. ment. Theology.





RICHARD GERUSON, M.A,, GEORGE GIBBONS, M.S., HARRY J. GIBBONS, B.S., BURTON G. GLAZER, M.S.,
Instructor, Economies'. Lecturer, Mathematics. Lecturer, Accounting. Lecturer, Physics.



THE FRONTIERS OF KNOWLEDGE.





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FREDERICK GOEHRINGER, FRANK GOELZ, M.A., Lee- BERNARD GOLDNER, Ph.D., BERTRAM J. GOLDSTONE,
M.B.A., Lecturer, Industry. turer. Industry. Professor, Industry. M.S., Lecturer, Physics.



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FROM THESE SCHOLARS COME THE




GEORGE GRADEL, M.S., JOHN S. GRADY, B.A., In- BROTHER GREGORY BREN- SYLVAN H. GREENE, M.A,
Lecturer, Chemistry. structor, Economics. DAN, F.S.C., M.A., Instruc- Lecturer, Mathematics.

tor. Mathematics.





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FRANCIS V. GRIFFIN, B.A.,
Lecturer, English.



FRANCIS J. GUERIN, C.P.A., JOHN A. GUISCHARD, PAUL HAFEY, B.A., Lec-
Associate Professor, Ac- Ph.D., Professor, French. turer. Government,

counting.



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REVEREND RAYMOND F. CHARLES A. J. HALPIN, CARL E. HANCOCK, B.S., JOSEPH L. HANLEY, B.A.,

HALLIGAN, O.P., S.T.L., In- LL.B., Associate Professor, Lecturer, Marketing. Instructor, English,

structor. Philosophy. Industry.

E. FRANCIS HANLON, B.A., HOWARD L. HANNUM, JOHN L. HARBISON, M.A., FRANCIS X. HEALY, JR.,

Lecturer, English. M.A., Lecturer, English. Lecturer, History. M.A., Lecturer, Economics.




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STIMULI OF VARIED INTERESTS





REVEREND R. MARK REVEREND HENRY HEAAING- JAMES J. HENRY, LL.D., REVEREND JOSEPH A.

HEATH, O.P., Ph.D., Pro- HAUS, O.S.F.S., M.A., In- Professor, Finance. HENRY, J. CD., Lecturer,

fessor. Theology. structor. Philosophy. Theology.





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CLIFFORD HERZBERGER, BROTHER DAVID HILARY, EDWARD P. HILL, M.A., Lee- CHARLES E. HOFMANN,

Capt., Arty., B.A., Assistant F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Pro- turer. Economics. B.A., Lecturer, Mathematics.

Professor, Military Science. fessor. Classics.



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ROLAND HOLROYD, Ph.D., HERMAN JACOBWITZ, M.S., BROTHER E. JAMES, F.S.C., BROTHER F. JAMES, F.S.C.,
Professor, Biology. Lecturer, Physics. LL.D., Lecturer, Theology. S.T.D., Assistant Professor,

Theology.

BROTHER FIRMINIAN JO- BROTHER FORTINIAN JO- BROTHER G. JOSEPH, WALTER J. KAISER, C.P.A.,
SEPH, F.S.C., M.A., Assis;- SEPH, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assist- F.S.C., LL.D., Professor, Associate Professor, Ac-

ant Professor Germdn ant Professor, English. Physics. counting.




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WHICH WHEN TRANSFERRED INTO




JOSEPH A. KANE, M.S., In- WALTER M. KANE, M.S., JOHN J. KEENAN, M.A., CHARLES V. KELLY, M.A.,
structor. Economics. Lecturer, Physics. Assistant Professor, English. Assistant Professor, English.



RONALD J. KERN, M.S., Lee- JOHN J. KING, B.A., Lee- CLAUDE F. KOCH, M.A., As- RICHARD J. KROLL, M.S.,
turer. Physics. turer, English. sociate Professor, English. Instructor, Biology.




RAYMOND KSIAZEK, B.A., STANLEY L. KUBACKI, LL.I
Assistant Professor, English. Lecturer, Industry.



J. QUENTIN LANE, B.A., ROBERT F. LAVELLE, LL.I
Lecturer, Industry. Lecturer, Business Law.



CHRISTIAN B. KULCHYCKY, LEONARD C. KURFUERST,
B.A., Lecturer, German. B.S., Lecturer, Industry.



BROTHER ERIC LEO, F.S.C., BROTHER E. LEONARD, f

M.A., Instructor, Theology. F.S.C., M.A., Assistant Pro- ^

fessor, French.






RICHARD C. LEONARD, REVEREND THOMAS J. BROTHER F. LEWIS, F.S.C, REVEREND MICHAEL LONG,
M.A., Assistant Professor, LEONARD, M.A., Lecturer, M.A., Assistant Professor, M.A., Lecturer, Theology.
Sociology. Theology. History.



HENRY J. LOPEZ, C.P.A., REVEREND FRANCIS SIDNEY J. MacLEOD, JR., JOHN F. MALLOY, M.A.,
Lecturer, Accounting. LOUGHRAN, M.A., Lecturer, M.F.A., Instructor, English. Lecturer, Sociology.

English.




MARTIN F. MARION, M.S., JOSEPH G. MARKMANN, DENNIS J, MCCARTHY,
Instructor, Mathematics. B.S., C.P.A., Instructor, Ac- M.A., Assistant Professor,

counting. History.



THOMAS N. McCarthy,

Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Psychology.



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CHARLES D. McCLOSKEY, JOHN L. McCLOSKEY, ROBERT McDONOUGH, REVEREND LEO J. McGEE,
M.F.A., Instructor, English. M.B.A., Assistant Professor, M.A., Assistant Professor, M.A., Lecturer, Theology.
Marketing. German.





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RESEARCH AND CONCENTRATION



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JOHN F. McGLYNN, M.A., JAMES J. McKENNA, JR., JOSEPH C. MIHALICH, M.A., FRANCIS J. MONAGHAN,
Assistant Professor, English. M.A., Lecturer, Sociology. Assistant Professor, Philoso- JR., Ed.M., Lecturer, Eng-

phy.



JOSEPH P. MOONEY, M.A,, EDWIN E. MOORE, B.S., Lee- JOHN J. MOORE, M.A., Lee- JOSEPH L. MORAN, M.A.,
Assistant Professor, Eco- turer. Industry. turer, English. Assistant Professor, Spanish,

nomics.




REVEREND ROBERT A. MOR- PAUL M. MOSER, M.S., Lee- GEORGETTE M. MOST, B.S., EDWARD M. MURAWSKI,
RISON, M.A., Lecturer, turer. Physics. Reference Librarian. B.A., Lecturer, Philosophy.

Theology.



RESULT IN EXPANDED INTELLECTUAL




REVEREND JOSEPH T. MUR- GEORGE T. MYERS, B.S., FRANCIS J. NATHANS, E. RUSSELL NAUGHTON,

PHY, M.A., Lecturer, The- Lecturer, Chemistry. M.A., Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Professor, Philosophy,

ology. Government.



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JOHN D. NEEL, B.A., Lee- JUDSON E. NEWBERG, EDWARD J. NOLAN, M.S., REVEREND THOMAS P.
turer. Insurance. Ed.M,. Lecturer, English. Lecturer, Mathematics. NOLAN, B.A., Lecturer, The-

ology.

JOSEPH P. O'GRADY, M.A., REVEREND JOHN A. OTTO, BROTHER E. PATRICK, BROTHER F. PATRICK,

Instructor, History. Ph.D., Assistant Professor, F.S.C., M.A., Associate Pro- F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Pro-

Philosophy, fessor, English. fessor, English.




BROTHER GAVIN PAUL, BROTHER GREGORIAN JOHN S PENNY, Ph.D.,
F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Pro- PAUL, F.S.C., Ph.D., Profes- Professor, Biology,
fessor. Sociology. sor. Chemistry.



BENJAMIN J. PENSIERO,
M.B.A., Lecturer, Industry.



HORIZONS AND NEW CONCEPTS.





THOMAS R. PHILLIPS, M.A.,
Instructor, Philosophy.



EDWARD J. PINDER, B.A., ROBERT K. PRESTON, Ph.D.,

C.P.A., Lecturer, Account- Lecturer, Chemistry,

ing.



BROTHER G. RAYMOND,
F.S.C., Ph.D., Associate Pro-
fessor, Chemistry.



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LA SALLE COLLEGE ANTICIPATES




L. THOMAS REIFSTECK, FRANK A. REILLY, Major, CHARLES F. RICKERT, M.S., JOSEPH A. RIDER, M.A

M.B.A., Assistant Professor, Arty., B.A., Assistant Profes- Lecturer, English. Lecturer, Accounting.

Marketing. sor. Military Science.






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AUGUSTINE J. RIEFFEL, BROTHER G. ROBERT, FREDERICK S. ROBINSON, DANIEL J. RODDEN, M.F.A.
LL.B., Lecturer, Business F.S.C., M.A., Associate Pro- M.A., Lecturer, English. Associate Professor, Eng

Law. fessor, English. lish.





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JAMES W. RODGERS, Ed. M., JOHN J. ROONEY, Ph.D., ROBERT J. ROWLAND, SR., ROBERT J. ROWLAND, JR.,
Lecturer, English. Associate Professor, Psy- M.A., Lecturer, English. M.A., Lecturer, English,

chology.

IVAN RUDNYTSKY, Ph.D., LEONID D. RUDNYTSKY, RICHARD W. RUDOLPH, DAVID W. RUMSEY, Capt.,
Assistant Professor, History. M.A., Lecturer, German. M.B.A., Lecturer, Industry. Arty., Assistant Professor,

Military Science.




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ITS ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY








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THOMAS J. RYAN, M.B.A , BRONISLAW S. SADNICKI, REVEREND WILLIAM J. NARCISO SALA, B.A., Lee-
Lecturer, Industry. D.E.C., Lecturer, Economics. SAILER, Ph.D., Director of turer, Spanish.

Glee Club.




HERBERT C. SAMPTER, REVEREND CHARLES J. A. CLYDE SCHOCK, M.A., JAMES F. SCHROTZ, M.A.
Ph.B., Lecturer, Industry. SCHAEFLEIN, M.A., Lecturer, Lecturer, Mathematics. Instructor, French.

Theology.




LOUISE A. SCHULTE, B.S., H. RICHARD SELTZER, M.S., VINCENT J. SERFILIPPO, RABAH SHABENDER, Ph.D.,
Circulation Librarian. Lecturer, Industry. M.A., Lecturer, Italian. Lecturer, Physics.



JOSEPH W. SIMMONS, M.S., JOHN C. SINGER, B.A., Lee- REVEREND ANDREW L. JOHN A. SMITH, M.S., In-
Assistant Professor, Physics. turer. Insurance. SLAFKOSKY, Ph.L., Lecturer, structor. Psychology.

Philosophy.




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ROBERT F. SMITH, M.A., JOSEPH F. SPIEKER, M.A., REVEREND WILLIAM J. REVEREND GERALD A

Assistant Professor, English. Instructor, German, Spanish. STANTON, M.A., Lecturer, STEFFE, B.A., Lecturer, The-

Theology. ology.

RICHARD C. STROSSER, CORNELIUS F. SULLIVAN, ROBERT H. SUTTON, SFC, PETER J. SWEENEY, M.B.A.,
M.A., Assistant Professor, M.A., Lecturer, History. Armorer. Assistant Professor, Ac-
Philosophy, counting.





GEORGE SWOYER, M.B.A., PAUL K. TAYLOR, Ph.D., REVEREND RAYMOND J. BROTHER D. THOMAS,
Associate Professor, Market- Lecturer, Mathematics. TELLER, M.A., Lecturer, The- F.S.C., Ph.D., Professor,

ing. ology. Theology.



CONFIDENT OF ITS PROFESSIONAL WEALTH.





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LOUIS J. USLIN, M.S., Lee- WALTER VAN STAN, B.A.,
turer, Physics. Lecturer, Industry.



ANGELO VENTRESCA, EUGENE VOLZ, B.A., Lec-
B.A., Instructor, Chemistry. turer. Industry.



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ANTHONY M. WALTRICH, REVEREND THADDEUS A. FRANK M. WETZLER, M.A., LAURENCE H. D. WILLIAMS,
B.A., Lecturer, English. WASAS, M.S., Lecturer, Phil- Associate Professor, Ger- Capt., Arty., B.A., Assistant

osophy. man. Professor, Military Science.





MELVIN WOODS, M.A., As- WARREN V. WOODRUFF, REVEREND JOHN E. WRIG- WALTER F. ZENNER, M.A.
sistant Professor, Finance. SGT, Administration. LEY, M.A., Lecture, Theol- Lecturer, Sociology.

ogy-



FACULTY NOT PHOTOGRAPHED



JOSEPH A. BACHMAN, B.S., Lecturer, Finance.
RUSSEL F. BARRY, B.S., Lecturer, Physics.
JOHN D. BEACH, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Philosophy.
WILLIAM BERGMAN, M.B.A., Lecturer, Industry.
PETER R. BUECHLER, Ph.D., Lecturer, Chemistry.
MARTIN L. BURKE, LL.B., Lecturer, Business Law.
JAMES J. CAMPBELL, M.S., Instructor, Mathematics.
PATRICK E. DOOLEY, B.S., Lecturer, Accounting.
ROBERT FLORENTINE, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Physics.
JOHN F. GIBBONS, Ph.L., Assistant Professor, Philos-
ophy.

JOHN J. GRADY, B.S., Lecturer, Industry.
ARTHUR S. HENNESSY, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, His-
tory.

GEORGE C. HENNESSY, M.S., Lecturer, Physics.
JOHN LUKACS, Ph.D., Lecturer, History.
JOHN J. MALONE, M.Ed., Lecturer, English.
JOHN T. MOONEY, B.A., Instructor, Mathematics.



BRUNO MOSKI, B.S., Lecturer, Industry.
LOUIS A. MURPHY, M.A., Lecturer, English.
REVEREND WILLIAM MURPHY, S.T.L., Assistant Profes-
sor, Theology.

WILLIAM J. NORTH, M.A., Lecturer, English.
JOHN NORTON, M.A., Lecturer, English.
CHESTER V. ORLIK, B.S., C.P.A., Lecturer, Accounting.
MICHAEL A. O'MEARA, B.A., Instructor, Finance.
CHARLES S. PALAZZOLO, M.A., Lecturer, Sociology.
REVEREND HENRY A. PAUL, O.S.F.S., Ed.D., Instructor,
Theology.

RAYMOND J. PIERCHALSKI, Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Philosophy.

LAWRENCE ROSANIA, B.S., C.P.A., Lecturer, Account-
ing.

JOHN J. SCHAUB, M.Ed., Lecturer, Mathematics.
JOHN O. VAN HOOK, Ph.D., Lecturer, Chemistry.



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Although he has achieved the highest average
among the graduating seniors, it is rather his
spirit of scholarly study and deep thought that
merit for Brother Paul Francis, F.S.C., the 1962
Explorer scholastic award. An English major.
Brother specializes in Medieval literature, yet
stays abreast of contemporary movements in
philosophy, theology and literature, all of v\/hich
add a breadth to his steadily-deepening vision
of reality. Brother Paul, a top-honors graduate


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