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EXPLORER




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VIRTUS ET SCIENTIA

For fifty-two years Brother F. Azarias, F.S.C., was a
member of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. His
death on September 1, 1965, ended a career of eight-
een years of service to the La Salle community.

Brother A, as he was known by all, was born in Phila-
delphia and entered the order in 1913; he professed his
perpetual vows in 1922, earned a bachelor's degree
from La Salle College in 1924, and received his master
of arts degree in 1927. Among a score of teaching and
administrative positions. Brother served at West Cath-
olic High School, where he was principal in 1940-41;
La Salle High School; St. Patrick's in Newark; Central
Catholic in Pittsburgh (vice principal, 1929-39); Calvert
Hall, Baltimore; and the University of Scranton.

His devotion to and active interest in improving the
field of education could be seen in his active mem-
bership in the American Association of School Admin-
istrators, the National Society of College Teachers of
Education, and the Adult Education Council of Penn-
sylvania. His most direct influence upon La Salle stu-
dents came during his tenure as chairman of the Edu-
cation Department from 1948 to 1964; when, as both
teacher and counselor, he directed his students through
the intellectual and spiritual preparation necessary for
the teaching profession.

Because of his outgoing personality and many friends
in the teaching field, he was able to help many of his
former students obtain teaching positions. His amiable
personality could be felt wherever he traveled. To the
memory of Brother Azarias, his distinguished service,
and personable enthusiasm, the 1966 Explorer is
dedicated.



CONTENTS



COLLEGE LIFE 8

FACUTY AND

ADMINISTRATION 16

SERVICE 36

SOCIAL 72

EVENING DIVISION • • • 90

SPORTS 106

GRADUATES 128





College life is an experience in oppor-
funity. It is book and companion, teacher
and artist, crowd and individual, and
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CAMPUS LIFE




Co//ege life is an experience in excitement. It
is research and experimentation, footballs and
paperbacks, mixers and parties, deadlines and
graduation. It is fhe excitement of maturing.



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Co//ege life is an experience in responsibility.
It is the discovery of obligations to oneself and
family, friends and college, community and God.
It is fhe responsibility of life.





College life is an experience in growth. It is new
buildings and new friends, new ideas and new
points of view, new risks and old traditions. Col-
lege life is the growth of the individual.






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College life is an experience in dedication.
It is the guidance and direction of the admin-
istrator, the instruction and counseling of the
professor. It is the dedication to free the
human spirit and fashion the individual —
the greatest of all goals.




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FACULTY / ADMINISTRATION





BROTHER GAVIN PAUL, F.S.C., Ph.D.
Vice-President for Student Affairs




BROTHER DAVID CASSIAN, F.S.C.,
M.A. Dean, School of Business Ad-
ministration



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



ADMINISTRATION




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BROTHER FIDELIAN OF MARY, F.S.C.,
Ph.D. Vice-President for Academic
Affairs



JOHN L. McCLOSKEY, AA.B.A.
President for Public Relations



JOSEPH J. SPRISSLER, B.S., D.C.S.
Vice-President for Business Affairs




BROTHER G. ROBERT, F.S.C., M.A.,
Dean, School of Arts and Sciences



BROTHER FRANCIS EMERY, F.S.C
Ph.D. Dean, Evening Division



BROTHER GALDRICK JOHN, F.S.C,
M.A. Dean of Men and Director of
Rostering



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BROTHER G. JOSEPH, F.S.C., MARGARET KEILY LENNON,

M.A., Pd.D Registrar B.A. Associate Registrar




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BROTHER F. CHRISTOPHER, JAMES F. REILLY, B.A. As-

F.S.C., Ph.D. Director of Ad- sistant Director of Admis-

missions sions




BROTHER EDMUND JOSEPH, BROTHER FLAVIUS LEWIS,
F.S.C., B.L.Sc., Director of F.S.C., M.A., Ph.D. Director
Library of Summer Sessions




BROTHER E. ADRIAN, F.S.C., DAVID J. SMITH, B.S. Assist-
B.A. Director of Housing ant to the Dean, Evening Di-

vision





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JOHN J. KING, B.A. Assist- BROTHER L. MARTIN, F.S.C.,
ant Director of Admissions, M.Ed. Director of Financial
Evening Division Aid





REVEREND REGIS RYAN, BROTHER M. EDWARD,
O.P., S.T.L., Chaplain F.S.C., Litt.M. Assistant to

the Dean of Arts and Sci-
ences



JAMES J. HENRY, M.A., THOMAS N. McCARTHY,
LL.D. Director of Athletics Ph.D. Director of Counsel-

ing Center







CHARLES A. J. HALPIN, JOHN H. VEEN, B.A. Direc-
JR., M.A., LL.B. Director of tor of College Union
Student Organizations




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GERALD T. DEES, B.A. As- RUTH SERCHAK, R.N. Af-

sisfanf Director of College tending Nurse

Union




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BROTHER EDWARD JOHN, FRANCIS DE SALES KERR,

F.S.C., M.A., D.C.S. Bursar B.S. Manager of Campus

Store




BERNARD J . O'CONNOR, DAVID C. FLEMING, JR.

B.S. Assistant Comptroller Assistant Comptroller




WILLIAM HALL, Director of DONALD MASSER, Super-

Food Services intendent of Buildings and

Grounds




CHARLES E. HILPL, Director
of Printing Office



BROTHER E. JAMES, F.S.C.,
M.A., LL.D. College Repre-
sentative for Special Affairs





L. THOMAS REIFSTECK, JCi^r.'-. S. SGRO, B.S. As-

M.B.A. Director of Place- sistant Director of Develop-

ment menf



JAMES J. McDonald, b.a. ralph w. howard, b.a.

Director of Alumni Director of News Bureau



ROBERT W. LYONS, JR.,
B.A. Assistant Director of
Nev^s Bureau





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BROTHER E. ADRIAN, F.S.C., LITT.M., M.A., Assistant

Professor, Political Science

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

Mathematics

CARL J. ALLEN, M.A., Assistant Professor, Philosophy



BROTHER D. ALOYSIUS, F.S.C., Ed.M., Director, Reading

Services

AUSTIN J. APP, Ph.D., Associate Professor, English

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



FACULTY



BROTHER E. AUSTIN, F.S.C., Ph.D., Associate Professor,

Psychology

MAX BARTH, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chemistry

JOHN B. BENNET, JR., Colonel, Arty., B.S., Assistant

Professor, Military Science



WILLIAM C. BEKGMAN, M.P.A,, Lecturer, Industry

JOHN C. BERKEY, Ph.D., Lecturer, English

BROTHER DAVID BERNARDINE, F.S.C, M.A., Instructor,

Theology



BROTHER DANIEL BERNIAN, F.S.C, Ph.D., LL.D., Pro-
fessor, French

JOSEPH J. BERNIER, M.Ed., Instructor, Psychology
WILLIAM J. BINKOWSKI, M.A,, Assistant Professor, Edu-
cation and History



SKARDON BLISS, B.A., Resident Director, LaSalle in
Europe

BERNHARDT G. BLUMENTHAL, Ph.D., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Germasi

REVEREND JOHN BOGACZ, Doctor of Science, Associate
Professor, Biology




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RICHARD P. BOUDREAU, Ph.D., Associate Professor,

French

LAWRENCE G. BOWMAN, M.A., Lecturer, English

MARY E. BRODERICK, B.S., Circulation Librarian





GEORGE J. BROOKES, JR., M.B.A., Lecturer, Economics
VICTOR D. BROOKS, Ed.D., Lecturer, Psychology
LEONARD BROWNSTEIN, M.A., Assistant Professor,
Spanish



MICHAEL K. BUCSEK, M.A., Instructor, Modern Lan-
guages

JOSEPH M. CARRIO, B.A.S., Assistant Professor, Spanish
JEROME F. X. CARROLL, M.A., Instructor, Psychology



CHARLES J. CASCIO, Captain, Arty., B.S., Assistant
Professor, Military Science

WILLIAM E. CASHIN, M.A., Assistant Professor, Psy-
chology
JOHN H. CHRISTIE, B.S., Lecturer, Insurance



BROTHER F. CHRISTOPHER, F.S.C., Ph.D., Associate

Professor Biology

CASIMIR CIESLA, Dr. Rer. Pol., Associate Professor,

Economics

WALTER CLAVAN, Ph.D., Lecturer, Chemistry



C. RICHARD CLEARY, Ph.D., Professor, Political Science
JOHN A. CLEMENT, JR., LL.B., Lecturer, Business Law




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GERALD F. CONNELL, B.S., Lecturer, Mathematics
JOHN T. CONNERS, M.A., Instructor, Sociology
JOHN F. CONNORS, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Soci-
ology



VINCENT A. COOKE, M.E., Lecturer, Industry
ALFRED E. CORBETT, B.S., Lecturer, Statistics
ROBERT M. CORREALE, M.A., Assistant Professor, Eng-
lish



PAUL R. COTE, Captain, Arty., B.S., Assistant Professor,
Military Science

ROBERT J. COURTNEY, Ph.D., Professor, Political Sci-
ence
JOSEPH E. CROWLEY, B.A., LL.B., Lecturer, Industry



J.SANDOR CZIRAKY, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, History
JOHN J. DALL, JR., M.A., Instructor, Economics
BROTHER DAMIAN JULIUS, F.S.C., Ph.D., Associate
Professor, Mathematics



REVEREND JAMES J. DAVIS, O.P., S.T.D., Instructor,

Theology

MICHAEL A. DeANGELIS, M.S., Associate Professor,

Accounting

JOHN K. DeFRANCESCO, M.A., Assistant Professor,

Italian



FACULTY



JAMES J. DEVLIN, Ph.D., Associate Professor, English

GABRIEL J. DiFEDERICO, M.A., Assistant Professor,

Philosophy

DOMENICO a. DiMARCO, D.Litt., Associate Professor,

Classics




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EDWARD J. DOMINESKE, B.A., LL.B., Assistant Profes-
sor, Business Law

UGO DONINI, M.A., Professor, History
FRANCIS X. DONOHOE, B.A., Lecturer, English



REVEREND JOHN W. DOUGHERTY, J. CD., Assistant
Professor, Theology

CHARLES J. DOUGHTY, B.S., Lecturer, Accounting
JOHN M. DRONSON, M.A., Lecturer, Economics




FRANCIS A. DUFFY, B.A., Lecturer, English
JOHN A. DUFFY, M.A., Instructor, Economics
JAMES P. DWYER, B.A., Lecturer, Marketing




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SIDNEY N. EINHORN, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics
CHARLES H. EISENGREIN, M.S., Lecturer, Industry
BROTHER FRANCIS EMERY, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant
Professor, English



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

Professor, English

PHILIP J. FISHER, B.S., C.P.A., Lecturer, Accounting

EUGENE J. FITZGERALD, M.A., Assistant Professor,

Philosophy



RICHARD E. FITZGERALD, M.F.A., Assistant Professor,

English

JOSEPH F. FLUBACHER, Ed.D., Professor, Economics

BROTHER G. FRANCIS, F.S.C., M.A., Assistant Professor,

English



PETER FRANK, M.A., Instructor, English

R. SCOTT FRASER, M.S., LL.B., Instructor, Mathematics

CHARLES J. FULFORTH, M.A., Director, Project 74



WILLIAM B. FYNES, M.B.A., Lecturer, Industry
JOHN F. GALLAGHER, M.A., Assistant Professor, Politi-
cal Science
JOSEPH E, GEAABALA, LL.B., Lecturer, Business Law





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RICHARD T. GERUSON, M.A., Assistant Professor, Eco-
nomics

GEORGE E. GIBBONS, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics
HARRY J. GIBBONS, B.S., Lecturer, Accounting



BURTON G. GLAZER, M.S., Lecturer, Physics
FREDERICK GEOHRINGER, LL.B., M.B.A., Lecturer, In-
dustry
FRANK X. GOELZ, M.A., Lecturer, Industry



ALEC GOLDBERG, M.A., Lecturer, Physics
BERNARD B. GOLDNER, Ph.D., Professor, Industry
GEORGE J. GRADEL, M.S., Lecturer, Chemistry



JOHN J. GRADY, B.S., Lecturer, Industry
SYLVAN H GREENE, M.A., Lecturer, Mathematics
FRANCIS W. GRIFFIN, B A., Lecturer, Mathematics




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FRANCIS J. GUERIN, B.S., C.P.A., Associate Professor,
Accounting

PAUL M. HAFEY, B.A., Lecturer, Government
REVEREND RAYMOND F. HALLIGAN, O.P., S.T.L., As-
sistant Professor, Theology



CHARLES A. J. HALPIN, JR., M.A., LL.B., f-
Professor, Industry

JOSEPH L. HANLEY, M.A., Instructor, English
E. FRANCIS HANLON, B.A., Lecturer, English





HOWARD L. HANNUM, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Eng-
lish

JOHN L. HARBISON, M.A., Lecturer, History
REVEREND R. MARK HEATH, O.P., Ph.D., Professor,
Theology



REVEREND HENRY HEMINGHAUS, O.S.F.S., M.A., As-
sistant Professor, Philosophy

ARTHUR L. HENNESY, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, His-
tory
JAMES J. HENRY, M.A., LL.D., Professor, Finance



REVEREND JOSEPH A. HENRY, J. CD., M.A., Lecturer,
Theology

CHARLES S. HEVERLY, Capt., Arty., B.S., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Military Science
JAMES F. HIGGINS, M.B.A., Lecturer, Accounting



BROTHER DAVID HILARY, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Classics

CHARLES E. HOFMANN, M.A., Instructor, Mathematics
ROLAND HOLROYD, Ph.D., Sc.D., Professor, Biology




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BROTHER E. JAMES, F.S.C., AA.A., LL.D., Lecturer, The-
ology

BROTHER F. JAMES, F.S.C., S.T.D., Assistant Professor,
Theology

BROTHER F. JOSEPH, F.S.C., M.A., Assistant Professor,
German




FACULTY




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BROTHER FORTINIAN JOSEPH, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant

Professor, English

WALTER J. KAISER, B.A., C.P.A., Associate Professor,

Accounting

JOSEPH A. KANE, M.S., Instructor, Economics



JOHN J. KEENAN, M.A., Assistant Professor, English
CHARLES V. KELLY, M.A., Associate Professor, English

JOHN J. KING, B.A., Lecturer, English



CLAUDE F. KOCH, M.A., Associate Professor, English
EUGENE KORBECK, M.S., Assistant Director of Student
Teaching

JOSEPH KOVATCH, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Psy-
chology




RAYMOND KSIAZEK, B.A., Assistant Professor, Biology
ROBERT F. LAVELLE, B.A., LL.B., Lecturer, Business Law
RICHARD C. LEONARD, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Sociology



BROTHER F. LEWIS, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,

History

BROTHER GATIAN LEWIS, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Physics
HENRY J. LOPEZ, B.S., C.P.A., Lecturer, Accounting



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THOAAAS J. LOWERY, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Bi-
ology

JOHN LUKACS, Ph.D., Lecturer, History
BRUCE V. MacLeod, M.B.A., Assistant Professor, In-
dustry



SIDNEY J. AAacLEOD, JR., M.F.A., Assistant Professor,
English

JOHN J. McCANN, M.A., Instructor, French
DENNIS J. McCarthy, M.A., Associate Professor, His-
tory



THOMAS N. McCarthy, Ph.D., Professor, Psychology
CHARLES D. McCLOSKEY, M.F.A., Instructor, English
JOHN L. McCLOSKEY, M.B.A., Assistant Professor,
Marketing





EDWARD J. McCOOL, M.B.A., Assistant Professor, In-
dustry

JOHN McGUIRE, B.A., Lecturer, English
JACK C. MALDONADO, Colonel, Arty., M.B.A., Pro-
fessor, Military Science



JOHN F. MALLOY, JR., M.A., Lecturer, Philosophy
JOHN A. MALONE, B.S., Lecturer, Chemistry
JOHN J. MALONE, M.Ed., Lecturer, English



MARTIN P. MARION, M.S., Assistant Professor, Physics
BROTHER E. MARK, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Professor,
Physics

JOSEPH P. MARKMANN, B.S., C.P.A., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Accounting



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THOMAS R. MAYHEW, M.S., Lecturer, Physics
JOSEPH C. MIHALICH, M.A., Associate Professor, Phi-
losophy
FRANCES J. MONAGHAN, JR., M.Ed., Lecturer, English



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JOHN T. MOONEY, B.A., Instructor, Mathematics
JOSEPH P. MOONEY, M.A., Associate Professor, Eco-
nomics
JOHN J. MOORE, M.A., Lecturer, English



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JOSEPH L. MORAN, M.A., Assistant Professor, Spanish

REVEREND ROBERT A. MORRISON, Ph.D., Lecturer,

Theology

PAUL M. MOSER, M.S., Lecturer, Physics



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GEORGETTE M. MOST, B.S., Reference Librarian
EDWARD M. MURAWSKI, B.A., Lecturer, Philosophy
REVEREND JOSEPH T. MURPHY, M.A., Lecturer, The-
ology



LOUIS E. MURPHY, M.A., Lecturer, English
FRANCIS J. NATHANS, M. A., Associate Professor, Politi-
cal Science
E. RUSSELL NAUGHTON, Ph.D., Professor, Philosophy



BROTHER G. NICHOLAS, F.S.C., Ph.D., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Biology

EDWARD J. NOLAN, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics
FRANCIS O'CONNOR, B.S., Lecturer, Accounting




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JOSEPH P. O'GRADY, M.A., Assistant Professor, History
MICHAEL A. O'MEARA, A.B., Instructor, Finance
CHESTER V. ORLICK, B.S., C.P.A., Lecturer, Accounting





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WILLIAM J. O'TOOLE, M.A., Instructor, History
BROTHER E. PATRICK, F.S.C, M.A., Associate Profes-
sor, English

BROTHER F. PATRICK, F.S.C, Ph.D., Assistant Pro-
fessor, English



BROTHER GAVIN PAUL, F.S.C, Ph.D., Associate Pro-
fessor, Sociology

BROTHER GREGORIAN PAUL, F.S.C, Ph.D., LL.D., Pro-
fessor of Chemistry
JOHN S. PENNY, Ph.D., Professor, Biology



BENJAMIN J. PENSIERO, M.B.A., Lecturer, Industry
MARK PFEIFFER, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Psychology
BROTHER D. PHILIP, F.S.C, M.B.A., Assistant Professor,
Accounting




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JOSEPH M. PHILLIPS, M.A., Lecturer, English
THOMAS R. PHILLIPS, M.A., Assistant Professor, Phi-
losophy

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



EDWARD J. PINDER, M.B.A., C.P.A., Lecturer, Account-
ing

ROBERT K. PRESTON, Ph.D., Lecturer, Chemistry
DANIEL J. RAGAN, B.S., C.P.A., Lecturer, Accounting



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

JOHN F. REARDON, M.B.A., Instructor, Accounting
L. THOMAS REIFSTECK, M.B.A., Assistant Professor,
Marketing








FACULTY




AUGUSTINE J. RIEFFEL, B.S., LL.B., Lecturer, Business
f^ <C f Law

BROTHER G. ROBERT, F.S.C., M.A., Associate Professor,

English

FREDERICKS. ROBINSON, M.A., Lecturer, English



DANIEL J. RODDEN, M.F.A., Associate Professor, Eng-
lish

JAMES W. RODGERS, M.Ed., Lecturer, English
JOHN J. ROONEY, Ph.D., Professor, Psychology



ROBERT J. ROWLAND, M.A., Lecturer, Education
IVAN L. RUDNYTSKY, Ph.D., Associate Professor, His-
tory

LEONID D. RUDNYT2KY, M.A., Assistant Professor,
German



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THOMAS J. RYAN, M.B.A., Assistant Professor, In-
dustry

BRONISLAW S. SADNICKl, D.E.C., Lecturer, Economics
A. CLYDE SCHOCK, M.A., Assistant Professor, Mathe-
matics



CHARLES S. SCHRACK, Sgt.-Major, Arty., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Military Science

JAMES F. SCHROTZ, M.A., Assistant Professor, French
LOUISE A. SCHULTE, B.S., Circulation Librarian



H. RICHARD SELTZER, M.A., Lecturer, Industry
RABAH A. SHAHBENDER, Ph.D., Lecturer, Physics
JOSEPH W. SIMMONS, M.S., Associate Professor
Physics



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JOHN C. SINGER, B.A., Lecturer, Insurance

REVEREND ANDREW L. SLAFKOSKY, Ph.D., Lecturer,

Philosophy

BILLY H. SMITH, SSGT., Administrative Clerk, Military

Science






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JOSEPH F. SPIEKER, M.A., Assistant Professor, Spanish
THEODORE S. SPIKER, Lt. Col., Arty., B.S., Assistant
Professor, Military Science

RICHARD F. STROSSER, M.A., Assistant Professor, Phi-
losophy



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CORNELIUS F. SULLIVAN, M.A., Lecturer, History
PETER J. SWEENEY, M.B.A., Assistant Professor, Ac-
counting

WILLARD SWEETSER, M.A., Assistant Professor, Mathe-
matics



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GEORGE R. SV^OYER, M.B.A., Associate Professor,
Marketing

BROTHER D. THOMAS, F.S.C., Ph.D., Professor, The-
ology

JOSEPH F. TRAVERS, O.S.F.S., S.T.B., S.T.L., Assistant
Professor, Theology



GERALD A. TREMBLAY, M.A., Lecturer, English
LOUIS T. USLIN, M.S., Lecturer, Chemistry
JOHN O. VAN HOOK, Ph.D., Lecturer, Chemistry



WALTER VAN STAN, B.A., Lecturer, Statistics
BROTHER D. VINCENT, F.S.C, Ph.D., Professor, Psy-
chology

HOWARD L. WALTERS, SSgt., Arty., Assistant Instructor,
Military Science



ROBERT F. WEINMAN, B.S., C.P.A., Instructor, Account-
ing

JAMES J. WELSH, M.A., Lecturer, Mathematics
REVEREND BERNARD WETZEL, O.S.F.S., M.A., S.T.B.,
Instructor, Theology



FRANK M. WETZLER, M.A., Associate

Professor, German

CHARLES WHITE, Instructor, Fine Arts

SAMUEL J. WILEY, M.A., Instructor,

Mathematics



ALVIN J. WINSLOW, Sp., Administrative
Clerk

MELVIN F. WOODS, M.A., Associate Pro-
fessor, Finance

REVEREND JOHN E. WRIGLEY, Ph.D., As-
sistant Professor, History
CHARLES B. WURTZ, Ph.D., Assistant Pro-
fessor, Biology




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College life is an experience In serving. It
is an opportunity to share in a fraternal spirit
of belonging and in that satisfaction which
results from activity directed to the well being
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LA SALLE /SERVICE



Energy, enthusiasm, and effectiveness characterized stu-
dent government this year. It was a year of innovation.
Virtually every student government function was im-
proved, and many new activities begun. Emphasis broad-
ened from mere communication to an aggressive and
thoughtful questioning of all aspects of college life. The
notion that student government must really govern the
affairs of the student body permeated each undertaking
of the Council. The prolific production of long overdue
legislation demonstrated that student government has sub-
stantial and effective power. The officers, through their
"professional" approach to the business of government,
succeeded in repealing or modifying several obsolete
campus regulations.

Challenged with many and sundry cases, the Student
Court finally assumed its proper role as an effective judicial
arm of the student government. Student Council accumu-
lated an impressive record this year— fulfilling its commit-
ment to excellence— a comment so characteristic of La Salle.



Student Council President, Jerry Reilly, explains certain
aspects of parliamentary procedure to an enthusiastic
Executive Board.



STUDENT COUNCIL




The members of Student Council have provided an effective
means of communication this year in bringing student ideas to
the attention of the Administration.




The four student leaders of the campus examine a scale model
of the La Salle campus and its proposed additions.




Joe Gambone, president of the Student Organization Commis-
sion, poses with two of his offjcers, Harry Pearce and Bill Mc-
Ginnis. Ben Grytcko, treasurer, is missing from the picture.



Resident Council President Bill Miller meets with his staff to discuss
olans for the Annual Residence Hall Christmas Party.




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ALPHA PHI OMEGA






With service as its keynote, the Lambda Pi chapter of Alpha
Phi Omega addresses its aim to the college, community, and
nation. By working on the Christian Brothers' Fall Festival,
directing the Ugly Man Contest and Dance, and aiding in the
conduction of the student retreat, the members kept a full
schedule throughout the school year.



SENIORS:
John Burfete
Fred Carbone
Frank Grzywacz
Frank Stimmler



Frank May
Paul Minning
Joseph O'Bl-ien



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Filling our campus with balloons, buttons, and banners, the
members of Sigma Phi Lambda fraternity again aroused and
maintained an enthusiastic school spirit. Through their Tap-
Off Rally, cheerleaders, mascot, and spirit band, they made
many aware of the La Salle spirit. A job well done, men.
Thank you.



OFFICERS:




Benjamin J. Gryctko .


President


Bruce E. Helies


Vice President


Lawrence V. Pross


Secretary


Peter F. Smith


Treasurer


SENIORS:




William Casler


Frank Le Donne


Edward Columbia


William Miller


Allen Fox


William Newbauer


Leon Gaylord


Ronald Sanders


Benjamin Gryctko


Harry Silletti


Bruce Helies


Robert Stewart


Michael Heron


Andrew Vecchione


Robert Johnson


Edward Whalen


Robert Kane


Edward Mautner




SIGMA PHI LAMBDA



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The members of Psi
Chi, a national honor
society, seem to be so
wrapped up in discus-
sion they don't notice
our camera.




PSI CHI



PSyCHOLOGY CLUB



The Psychology Club provides a means to further psychological knowledge through lec-
tures, movies, trips, and discussions.




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Even if they are better than you, you have to keep up v^ith the
boys, and at St. Gabriel's that is a tough job.



Before any action takes place, plans must first be organized.
The members of the club are well aware of this.



SAINT GABRIEL'S CLUB




The center of activity for the
Saint Gabriel's Society is Saint Ga-
briel's Hall, the Catholic protectory
for boys staffed by the Christian
Brothers in Phoenixville, Pennsyl-
vania. The members of the society
act as "big brothers" to the boys in
residence at the protectory hoping
to gain the boys' individual confii-
dence by sharing in their life— from
the basketball court to the chapel.



Officers and members of the club chat
delinquency.



ith Judge Stout after her lecture on juvenile




The members of Delta Sig, a national professional business fraternity, pose with their presi-
dent, Harry Pearce, in front of the Brothers' Residence.



DELTA SIGMA PI



NDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COMMISSION



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President Carl Marinelli and modera-
tor Charles Halpin gather with the
members of IRC, a club which fos-
ters active participation in the field
of industrial relations.



FINANCE
ASSOCIATION




Members of the Finance Association, a group that stimulates an active interest
in local and national financial affairs, are caught on the way to their weekly

meeting.



ECONOMICS CLUB



A group that attempts to further an interest in the theoretical anci practical
aspects of their field, the Economics Club has been quite active this year.




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Mr. Peter Frank, newly appointed yearbook moderator, illustrates his idea of mood shots
to the editors of the book.



EXPLORER




Editor Jim Canning discusses the plans for the Explorer with
Bruce Zehnle, while Jack Boyle and Joe Berger work out the


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