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THE 1965 GALLEON 


EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Robert G. Panzer 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Quentin J. Carnicelli 

ASSISTANT EDITOR Robert Scott Dowd 

PUBLIC RELATIONS Anthony Hauck 

BUSINESS MANAGER Robert J. Tarte 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS George Kolcun 

Dean Aucoin 
John Visceglia 
Sergio Leone 

EXECUTIVE EDITOR Peter G. Kaplan 

NEWARK EDITORS Louise Martino, 

Joan Wohltmann 

PATERSON EDITORS Alan Grabowsky 

Lillian Golando 

SEMINARY EDITOR Robert Graham 

LITERARY EDITORS William Kardash 

Donald Sutter 

STAFF Ellen Atwan 

Donna Bartolomucci 
Pat Borri 
Don Bottone 
Phyllis Chieco 
Charles Findon 
Katherine Fischer 
Catherine Goebel 
Francine Grybowski 
Jo-Ann Guimara 
David Hauck 
John S. Heiszer 
John Hero, 
John Inguaggiato 
Annette Ippolito 
Vernon Jones 
Jay Karteganar, 
Barbara Manno 
Gary Miller, 
John Miller 
Barbara Stahl 
Philip Week 
Kenneth Zaleski 

MODERATOR Edward J. Trayes 






CONTENTS 


FOREWORD vi 

DEDICATION viii 

THE ADMINISTRATION I 

THE FACULTY 15 

THE GRADUATES 37 

FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES .... 149 

THE CLUBS 165 

THE SPECIAL EVENTS 215 

THE SPORTS 243 

THE GRADUATES' DIRECTORY 312 


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FOREWORD 


Our ever-changing world demands a 
great deal from each of its citizens. 

Four years ago we entered Seton Hall, 
somewhat disillusioned, but eager to 
learn. Now we are better able to know 
and to understand this world of change 
in which we live. We are more able to 
accept, to show gratitude, and hopefully 
to contribute toward world progress and 
understanding. We are modern individ- 
uals — products of a University dedicated 
to helping each of us reach the fullness 
of life. 

As citizens of this ever-changing 
world, we must move with the times. 
We must be able to chart the variability 
in the things around us and to weigh 
their significance. A World's Fair, an 
Ecumenical Council, and our University 
— these are all products of basic change 
in our world. And it is from these areas 
— a changing world, a changing Church 
and a changing university — that a new 
reality springs. A reality of youth pre- 
pared to accept change as well as to 
hold fast to that which is good. 





DEDICATION 


The winds of change are blowing in 
the Church; "updating" of Catholicism 
is progressing rapidly. The Church is 
not only modernizing, but also is helping 
to bring together those of different 
faiths through combined efforts toward 
greater inter-faith understanding. 

During the past four years of intellec- 
tual and social growth, we have been 
afforded the opportunity of strengthen- 
ing our emotional and intellectual fibers. 
We have learned to understand and to 
accept much more; and in this way 
we have developed a faith which ex- 
presses our humanity. Let us never fear 
to rededicate this faith, for in this lies 
our — and humanity's — iasting hope. 



















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THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
OF THE UNIVERSITY 


The Most Reverend Thomas A. Boland, S.T.D., LL.D. 

Archbishop of Newark 
President 

The Most Reverend George W. Ahr, S.T.D., LL.D. 

Bishop of Trenton 

The Most Reverend Celestine J. Damiano, S.T.D., LL.D. 

Archbishop-Bishop of Camden 
The Most Reverend Stephen J. Kocisko, D.D. 

Eparch of Passaic 

The Most Reverend James J. Navagh, D.D., LL.D. 

Bishop of Paterson 

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The Most Reverend John J. Dougherty, S.T.L., S.S.D., L.H.D., LL.D. 

Titular Bishop of Cotenna 
Auxiliary to the Archbishop of Newark 
Treasurer 

Right Reverend Monsignor John J. Sheerin, V.G., LL.D. 

Right Reverend Monsignor George W. Shea, S.T.D. 

John J. Connolly, M.D., LL.D. 

John C. Henderson, K.S.G. 

William J. Stoutenburgh, LL.D., K.M., K.C.H.S., K.S.G. 

The Honorable Mark Anton, LL.D. 

Thomas H. Gassert, B.A., LL.B., K.S.G. 

Secretary 

Joseph F. Igoe, B.A., M.A. 

Director — Igoe Brothers, Inc. 

John R. Kennedy, B.S., K.M., K.S.G., K.C.H.S. 

President — Federal Paper Board Company 


Charles W. Englehard, B.A. 

President — Englehard Industries, Incorporated 








L ove and gratitude are part of the enor- 
mous debt that members of the Seton Hall 
family owe to Thomas A. Boland, beloved 
Archbishop of Newark and President of the 
Board of Trustees at Seton Hall University. 
He is the very heart of the University. As 
the body depends upon the heart for its 
existence, so is the University greatly 
dependent upon His Excellency. 

Archbishop Boland's deep influence and 
concern pervades the entire University 
community and is communicated to us 
through his activities as educator, admin- 
istrator, and Spiritual Shepherd. 




The Administration 



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T he Most Reverend John J. Dougherty, 
an embodiment of the true Ecumenical 
Man, is a dynamic example of the world 
toward which the University directs its 
students. 

Th is world is evinced by the many awards 
recognizing Bishop Dougherty's contribu- 
tions to the new spirit of Brotherhood, 
understanding and co-operation. 

His depth of understanding and capacity 
for leadership is given to the creation of 
a true University. A University dedicated 
to the enrichment of the individual as he 
prepares to assume his place in society. 



VERY REV. MSGR. 
EDWARD J. FLEMING 
S.T.L., Ph.D. 


Executive Vice-President 


OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY 



REV. THOMAS G. FAHY, M.A. 

Vice President in charge 
of Instruction 



ROBERT J. DeVALUE, B.S. 

Vice President in charge 
of Business Affairs 



ALFRED D. DONOVAN, L.L.D. 

Vice President in charge of 
Student Personnel Services 



VERY REV. MSGR. 
THOMAS J. GILLHOOLY, M.A. 


Secretary of the University 




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DEANS OF 



REV. CLEMENT A. OCKAY 
A.B. 


Executive Dean of 
South Orange Campus 



ROBERT J. SENKIEP 
Ed.D. 

Dean of the School of 
Business Administration 



REV. JOHN E. O'BRIEN 
Ph.D. 

Executive Dean of 
University College 


V. REV. MSGR. 
THOMAS J. GILLHOLLY 
A.M. 

Executive Dean of 
Paterson College 


REV. ALBERT B. HAKIM 
Ph.D. 

Dean of the College of 
Arts and Sciences 



JOHN H. CALLAN 
Ed.D. 

Dean of the School 
of Education 



THE UNIVERSITY 



MARGARET C. HALEY 
R.N., A.M. 

Dean of the School 
of Nursing 



EDWARD M. FITZGIBBON 
A.M. 


REV. STEPHEN P. LYNCH 
M.A. 


Associate Dean of Dean of Men 

Paterson College 


AMELIA L. KLEPP 
M.B.A. 

Dean of Women 



MATTHEW C. FARRELL 
M.S. 

Assistant Dean of 
University College 



MARION E. O'NEILL 
M.A. 

Dean of Women 
Paterson Division 


DIRECTORS OF 






PATRICK J. KENNEDY 
Assistant Director of 
Admissions and Advisor for 
Foreign Students 


REV. WILLIAM KELLER 
S.T.L. 

Graduate Scholarship Director 


REV. JOHN J. HORGAN 
B.S. 

Director of Athletics 


STANLEY KOSAKOWSKI 
M.B.A. 

Asst. Director of 
Student Affairs, 
University College 


RT. REV. MSGR. 
ANTHONY J. CONNELL 
A.B. 

Director of Divinity School 


REV. ROBERT J. FENNELL 
M.A. 

Director of Student Affairs 


MSGR. EDWARD J. LARKIN 
A.B. 

Spiritual Director 


REV. JOSEPH T. SHEA 
S.T.L. 

Director of Admissions 


MIRIAM T. O'DONNELL 
A.M. 

Assistant Director of 
Admissions, University College 


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JOSEPH A. SPIEGEL 
M.A. 

Director of Guidance 


THE UNIVERSITY 



STANLEY STRAND 
A.M. 

Director of Placement 



FRANCIS E. BOCCIA 
Ed.M. 

Director of Student Teaching 
and Placement 



john e. McLaughlin 

A.M. 

Director of Special Events 



ROBERT B. REILLY 
B.A. 


Director of 

University Development 



ALPHONSE S. RYLKO 
M.B.A. 

Director of Financial Aid 


GENE J. COLLINS 
B.S. 

Director of Public Relations 


OWEN L. KEEFE 
A.M. 

University News Publicist 


J. BOTTI 
M.A. 

Director of Alumni 


CONSTANCE B. NOURSE 
M.L.S. 

Director of Evening Services 







HERBERT C. KRAFT 
A.M. 

Director of the 
University Museum 



STAFF MEMBERS 


ANDRAS POGANY 
Ph.D. 

Associate University Librarian 


VERY REV. MSGR. 
WILLIAM NOE FIELD 
M.L.S. 

University Librarian 



A. DONALD McDONALD 
M.F.A. 

Bibliographical Reference 
Librarian 


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MARY COOPER KAISER 
Cert, in L.S. 

Librarian, University College 



NATALIE P. SMITH 
Cert, in L.S. 

Librarian, Paterson College 




FLORENCE E. DeHART 
Ph.D. 

Director of Technical Services 



MARY LOUISE CLARKEN 
M.L.S. 

Order Librarian 




ELIZABETH E. AZZARA 
M.L.S. 

Periodical Librarian 


HILDA MEYER 
B.A. 

Circulation Librarian 


OF THE LIBRARY 



CATHERINE E. GILLIGAN 
B.A. 


Science Librarian 



HORTENZIA POGANY 
M.A. 

Catalog Librarian 



CONSTANCE B. NOURSE 
M.L.S. 

Evening Reference Librarian 



JULIA J. CRANDALL 
B.A. 


MARIAN J. WEBSTER 
M.A. 


Catalog Librarian 


Catalog Librarian 


ETHEL C. MADDEN 
M.L.S. 

Reference Librarian 



STEPHEN HALAMAY 
Ph.D. 


RAMON REYNAROWYCH 
M.L.S. 


Reference Librarian 


Catalog Librarian 



DARIA HORNYATKEWYCH 
M.A. 

Catalog Librarian 


STAFF MEMBERS 


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MICHAEL D. JAKIEME 
A.B.A. 
Comptroller 



MARIE K. FITZSIMMONS 
University Registrar 




J. COMISKEY 
Paterson Registrar 


CARL BARATTA JR. 
B.S. 

Business Manager 


OF THE UNIVERSITY 




ALICIA M. McMAHON 
Course Counsellor 


JOSEPH CUCINOTTA 
M.B.A. 

Course Counsellor 




GUSTAVE F. GOERZ 
A.M. 


PATRICK F. FLOOD 
A.B. 


Course Counsellor 


Course Counsellor 


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The Faculty 



RICHARD P. ADINARO 
M.A. 

History 




PETER G. AHR 
B.A. 

Theology 


ROBERT AHRENS 
M.A. 

English 



IRVING ALPERT 
M.B.A. 

Accounting 



PASQUALE R. AMENDOLA 
M.A. 

English 



REV. JAMES 
ANNICCHIARICO 
S.T.B. 
Theology 



JOHN J. ANDERSON 
M.A. 

Philosophy 



JOSEPH W. ANDRUSHKIW 
M.A. 

Chairman, Mathematics 



RICHARD APPLEGATE 
M.A. 

Management 



PAUL ANDER 
Ph.D. 

Chemistry 



ROBERT L. AUGUSTINE 
Ph.D. 

Chemistry 


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CHARLES A. BAATZ 
Ph.L. 


MARCO A. BAEZA 
Ph.D. 


REV. JOHN M. BALLWEG 
B.A. 


Education 


Chairman, Marketing 


Theology 




MARY ROSE BARRAL 
Ph.D. 


ELIZABETH BAUMGARTNER 
M.S. 


Philosophy 


Nursing 



JOHN P. BILSKI 
M.A. 


RAYMOND R. BRENNAN 
M.B.A. 


MARY BOUSHAR 
M.A. 


History 


Management 


Nursing 




FRANCES E. BOCCIA 
Ed.M. 

Director of Student Teaching 
and Placement 


CYNTHIA DIANE BURKE 
Ph.D. 


REV. FRANCIS BYRNE 
A.B. 


MARTIN J. BYRNE 
Ph.D. 


Psychology 


English 


Psychology 




FRANCIS M. CAMINITI 
M.A. 

Philosophy 


MARY JULIA CARRIGAN 
M.S. 

Nursing 



EDWARD T. BYRNES 
M.A. 

English 



REV. FRANK CASSIDY 
S.T.B. 

Theology 



RT. REV. MSSR. 
CHRISTOPHER 
Ph.D. 

Classical Languages 
1890-1964 


REGINA CIGIUNAS 
B.S. 

Nursing 





REV. ALFRED V. CELIANO 
Ph.D. 


NICHOLAS CHIROVSKY 
Dr. Pol. Ec. 


Chairman, Chemistry 


Chairman, Economics 



AMERICO P. COCCO 
M.A. 


SHELDON COHEN 
Ph.D. 


History 


Psychology 



WALTER J. COHRSSEN 
M.Mus. 


JOHN A. COLE 
M.B.A. 


Communication Arts 


Marketing 



ROBERT J. CONLEY 
Ph.D. 

Chemistry 




EILEEN J. CONNOLLY 
M.A. 


RICHARD J. CONNORS 
M.A. 


Nursing 


Social Studies 



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JOSEPH CUCINOTTA 
M.B.A. 

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ANASTASIA CUNNINGHAM 
M.S. 


JOSEPH F. X. CUNNINGHAM 
A.M. 


Nursing 


Education 


GERARD J. DALCOURT 
Ph.D. 

Philosophy 







MARY ANN DE FRINO 
M.A. 

Nursing 



EDWARD R. D'ALESStO 
M.S. 

Education 
Assistant Dean 



WILLIAM J. DOERFLINGER 
A.M. 

Business 
Assistant Dean 



ANTHONY DAMATO 
M.BA. 


LOUIS de CRENASCOL 
LL.D. 


Marketing 


Director of Art 


JOHN P. DEEHAN 
M.B.A. 

Chairman, Accounting 



MARIE DEL GUERCIO 
M.S.N. 

Nursing 



CATHERINE E. DENNING 
M.P.N. 

Nursing 




NICHOLAS A. DE PROSPO 
Ph.D. 


GEORGE DEVINE 
M.A. 


Chairman, Biology 


Theology 



VICTOR J. Dl FILLIPPO 
A.M. 

Chairman of Health & 
Physical Education 


WILLIAM DINEEN 
LL.B. 

Business Law 




JOHN B. DUFF 
Ph.D. 
History 



GORDON R. DIPPEL 
Ph.D. 

Chairman, Finance 



THOMAS DUFF 
M.A. 

English 19 



BERNARD DUFFY 
M.Ed. 


WILLIAM J. DUNHAM 
History 


GALEN W. EWING 
Ph.D. 


Education 


M.A. 


Chemistry 



REV. THOMAS G. FAHY 
M .A. 


MATTHEW C. FARRELL 
M.S. 


Classical Languages 


History 




V. REV. MSGR. 
WILLIAM NOE FIELD 
M.L.S. 

English 


VINCENT J. FERRARA 
M.A. 


REV. ROBERT J. FENNELL 
M.A. 


Philosophy 


Theology 






REV. JOHN J. FINNERTY 
A.B. 


JERRY M. FITZGERALD 
Ph.D. 


MARTHA FLYNN 
M.S. 


RALPH FORD 
B.S. 


Theology 


Chemistry 


Nursing 


Accounting 



REV. HUBERT J. FUNK 
M.E. 


GEORGE C. GARBUTT 
B.S. 


MICHAEL C. GARIFINE 
M.B.A. 


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Physics 


Accounting 


Accounting 





REV. OWEN W. GARRIGAN 
Ph.D. 

Chemistry 



GUSTAVE F. GOERZ 
M.A. 
Insurance 



EDWARD J. HENRY 
Ph.D. 

Chairman, Modern Languages 



NORMAN HOPMAYER 
Ph.D. 

Management 




C. VINCENT GEIGER 
M.A. 


PAUL GERACI 
M.B.A. 


Education 


Accounting 




MARTHA GOLDEN 
Ph.D. 


EILEEN AMY GRINDLE 
M.A. 


English 


Nursing 



MARGARET C. HALEY 
A.M. 

Nursing, Dean 


JOHN R. HARRINGTON 
M.A. 

English 





EMIL HENSLER 
B.S. 

Accounting 


HENRY THOMAS 
HOLLINGSWORTH 
Ed.D. 

Chairman 

Administration Supervision 


THOMAS C. K. HO 
A.M. 

Education 





PAUL S. HSIANG 
S.T.D. 
Philosophy 


JOSEPHINE IORIO 
M.A. 

Nursing 



CHRYSANTHY M. KEHAYES 
M.A. 

English 



HAROLD KING 
Ph.D. 

Chairman, Economics 







JAMES E. JOHNSON 
M.Ed. 

Mathematics 


FRANK F. KATZ 
Ph.D. 

Biology 


JOHN R. KELLER 
Ph.D. 

Biology 


A. PAUL KLOSE 
M.A. 

Chairman 

Communication Arts 


ROBERT A. JONES 
Ph.D. 

Chairman of Psychology 


GERALD W. KEENAN 
M.A. 

English 


REV. WILLIAM KELLER 
M.A. 

Social Studies 


REV. ECKHARD KOEHLE 
Ph.D. 

Philosophy 


ALEXANDER JOVICEViCH 
Ph.D. 

Modern Languages 


T. KIKUOKA 
M.A. 

Asian Studies 


STANLEY KOSAKOWSKI 
M.B.A. 
Management 


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ALFREDO KRAESSEL 
B.E.S. 
Economics 



DAVID M. KRESKY 
B.S. 

Mathematics 


M. KUNI 
Ph.D. 

Asian Studies 





MSGR. EDWARD J. LARKIN 
A.B. 


MELCHOIRO L. LASALA 
M.S. 


Theology 


Statistics 



DOROTHY L. LATZ 
M.A. 


NORMAN LEHRMAN 
Ph.D. 


English 


Economics 



REV. PETER F. LENNON 
M.A. 


Theology 




MERRILL LEVITT 
L.L.B. 


EDWIN ROSS LEWINSON 
Ph.D. 


GEORGE C. LINDEMER 
M.Ed. 


Business Law 


History 


Education 


JAMES R. LINDROTH 
M.A. 

English 





DOROTHY MARIE LOAR 
A.M. 


CHANTAL LOMBARDI 
M.A. 


Education 


Modern Languages 


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DONALD N. LOMBARDI 
Ph.D. 

Philosophy 



AURELIO LONGARAY 
M.F.A. 


HAROLD LUDLOW 
Ph.D. 


Communication Arts 


Chairman, Management 






CHARLES M. LYNCH 
A.B. 

History 


LILY MacCALLUM 
A.M. 

Nursing 


LAWRENCE E. MacPHEE 
M.A. 


JOSEPH J. MAHONEY 
Ph.D. 


English 


History 





GERARD P. MAGLIO 
D.D.S. 


JULIA MARTIN 
M.S. 


LLOYD McBRIDE 
A.B. 


Modern Languages 


Nursing 


Communication Arts 



FRANCIS R. McGUIGAN 
L.L.B. 

History 



EUGENE T. McGUINESS 
Ph.D. 

Chemistry 


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john f. McKinney 

M.A. 

English 



KATHLEEN MILLER 
M.A. 

Nursing 



VINCENT U. MOTT 
Ph.D. 

Economics 



JOHN D. NAZZARO 
M.A. 

History 



ALFRED S. McNAMARA 
M.A. 

English 



PETER M. MITCHELL 
M.A. 

History 



FRANCIS J. MURPHY JR. 
M.A. 

Psychology 



JOAN J. NOURSE 
Ph.D. 

English 



REV. DANIEL MURPHY 
Ph.D. 

Education 



JUDITH NIGRO 
M.A. 
Nursing 


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DENNIS O'BRIAN 
Ph.D. 


RITA O'BRIEN 
M.S. 


PAUL M. OCHOJSKI 
Ph.D. 


Biology 


Nursing 


Chairman, English 



REV. KENNETH J. O'LEARY 
M.A. 


REV. EDWARD J. O'TOOLE 
Ph.D. 


English 


Chairman, Philosophy 




DOROTHY OZIMEK 
A.M. 


LESLIE PASTOR 
M.A. 


Nursing 


Modern Languages 





JOSEPH L. PELUSO 
M.A. 


JAMES V. PERRONE 
M.A. 


EUGENE V. PETRIK 
Ph.D. 


Communication Arts 


Psychology 


Chairman, Physics 


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REV. JAMES PINDAR 
M.A. 

Communication Arts 



ELUIRA PRISCO 
Litt.D. 

Modern Languages 



GILBERT L. RATHBUN 
M.F.A. 


ALBERT W. REINERS 
Ph.D. 


GEORGE A. REILLY 
Ph.D. 


Communication Arts 


Director of 
Educational Research 


Chairman, History 


RICHARD REGAN 
B.S. 

Education 



HAROLD S. RITCHIE 
Ed.D. 


JOHN J. SACCOMAN 
M.A. 


Education 


Mathematics 



REV. JOSEPH W. RUSSELL 
Ph.D. 

Chairman, Classical Languages 



GUILLERMO SANCHEZ 
Ph.L. 

Modern Languages 



GABRIEL SARKANICH 
B.S. 

Modern Languages 



EDEN A. SAROT 
Ph.D. 

Modern Languages 


ORESTE R. RONDINELLA 
Ph.D. 

Chairman 

Elementary Education 





ALFRED J. SCHMIDT 
A.M. 


FREDERICK SCOTT 
M.S. 


REV. EDWARD P. SCULLY 
M.A. 


WILLIAM SEAMAN 
B.S. 


Management 


Marketing 


Sociology 


Accounting 



REV. DONALD SMITH 
M.A. 

Modern Languages 






KENNETH O. SMITH 
Ph.D. 

Physics 


REV. NEIL J. SMITH 
S.T.L. 


WILLIAM A. SMITH, JR. 
Ph.L. 


ANTHONY J. SONNESA 
Ph.D. 


Sociology 


Philosophy 


Chemistry 



O. P. SRIVASTAVA 
Ph.D. 

Mathematics 


REV. VIRGIL R. 
STALLBAUMER 
Ph.D. 

English 


BERNARD J. STACK 
M.A. 

History 



REV. ALOYSIUS STAUBLE 
Ph.D. 

Biology 


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BASIL STECIUK 
Ph.D. 

Modern Languages 



REV. EDWIN V. SULLIVAN 
Ph.D. 

Chairman, Sociology 


FRANCIS J. SULLIVAN 
M.Ed. 


REV. JAMES B. SULLIVAN 
M.A. 


Education 


Classical Languages 




JOHN D. SWEENEY 
M.A. 

English 


BRIGETTE SYS 
M.A. 

Modern Languages 


PETER TAKAYAMA 
M.A. 

Sociology 


MARCELLE THIEBAUX 
Ph.D. 

English 





NATHANIEL S. THOMPSON 
M.A. 

Mathematics 



EDWARD J. TRAYES 
M.A. 

Communication Arts 


PAUL TSAI 
Ph.D. 


JOHN B. TSU 
Ph.D. 


History 


Chairman, Asian Studies 


GEORGE J. TURNER 
Ph.D. 

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PAUL URSO 
Ph.D. 

Biology 


VIRGINIA E. VOIGT 
A.M. 

Chairman 

General Professional Education 



RALPH C. WALZ 
M .A. 

Asian Studies 



DANIEL P. WEEKS 
Ph.D. 

Chemistry 



AILEEN A. I. WEI 
M.A. 


CHARLES WEISS 
M.B.A. 


CHARLES M. WEST 
Ph.D. 


Asian Studies 


Accounting 


Philosophy 



VINCENT ZAMOYTA 
Ph.D. 


IHOR V. ZIELYK 
B.A. 


Theology 


Sociology 




EDWARD R. WINANS 
M.A. 

English 



JULIUS ZSAKO 
Ph.D. 

Communication Arts 


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JOSEPH F. ZUBKO 
A.M. 
Education 



EDWARD BEERMAN 
Captain, United States Army 
Military Science 


RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING 
CORPS STAFF 



S. J. BROWN 

Sergeant, United States Army 
Military Science 



E. HARDY 

Captain, United States Army 
Military Science 



P. ROZEMBAJGIEN 

Sergeant Major 
United States Army 
Military Science 



E. JUNIER 

Captain, United States Army 
Military Science 



A. SINCLAIRE 
Captain, United States Army 
Military Science 

M “SL * 


J m 

RAINWATER 

Sergeant First Class 
United States Army 
Military Science 



L. WRIGHT 

Captain, United States Army 
Military Science 


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The Graduates 



CARMEN J.ADORNATO 

Bachelor of Arts History 



MADELYN M. ALBERQUE 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 




PETER M. ALEXANDER LOUIS P. ALLORA, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Management Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



ROSS J. AMELIO 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



KAREN S. ANDER 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



FRANKLIN B. ANDERSON 

Bachelor of Science Economics 



ROY K. ANDERSEN 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 




ROBERT F. ANDERSON LEONARD J. ANDRIVZZI 

Bachelor of Science Accounting Bachelor of Science Accounting 


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DENNIS E. APELT 


Bachelor of Science Management 



DIANE G. ARAMANDA 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 


VINCENT D. ARCARO 

Bachelor of Science Finance 



FRANK J. ARCAROLI 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



CHARLES R. ARGILA 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 


EUGENE F. ARICO 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 






CHRISTOPHER D. ARIDA 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-Medical 



ELLEN BARBARA ATWAN 

Bachelor of Science English 


ROSEANN RENEE 
AUMENTA 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


JOAN A. ARKINSON 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


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JUDITH A. AUMENTE 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


RAYMOND BABINSKI 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



EDITH W. BAILEY 


Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



KAREN M. BAILEY 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



ALBERT ANDREW 
BAUMAN 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


HENRY C. BALZER 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 


EUGENE BARANAUSKAS JOSEPH E. BARLIK 

Bachelor of Arts History Bachelor of Science Accounting 






THOMAS VINCENT 
BARONE 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


40 



MARYANNE HELEN 
BARRY 


Bachelor of Arts English 



DONNA A. 
BARTOLOMUCCI 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



JAMES ANTHONY BATES 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



STEPHEN R. BATOR 


Bachelor of Science Business 



WILLIAM T. 
BEARDSLEY 

Bachelor of Arts English 




JOHN FRANCIS HENRY A. BAYARD HAROLD J. BAYERL 

BAUMAN Bachelor of Science Mathematics Bachelor of Arts History 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



JAMES W. BECK 


Bachelor of Science Finance 


41 



ELAINE MICHAELINE 
BEDNARZ 

Bachelor of Science Education 



ALAN T. BEHAN 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 




JOHN PETER BELLI 


Bachelor of Science Chemistry 


RICHARD JAY BELLOWS 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



JAMES L. BEEBE 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 



M. CHRISTEN BEIRNE 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



MARY ANN BENECCHI 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



EDWARD R. BENIGNO 

Bachelor of Arts History 



BRENDA BENNETT 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 


42 




SUSANNE J. BERNHARDT 

Bachelor of Science Physics 


ROBERT S. BERGER 


Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



DOROTHY A. BERNSTEIN 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



CHARLES A. BERTOLINA 

Bachelor of Arts History 



CARMINE J. 
BERARDINELLI 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



JOSEPH J. BIANGASSO 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 




JOSEPH G. BILBY 


Bachelor of Arts History 


JOHN J. BLAKE, JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



FRANCIS J. BLASZKA 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


43 



ANDREW BLENKLE 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ROMANA BODNAR 

Bachelor of Arts 
Modern Languages 




HAROLD T. BOGOLUB 

Bachelor of Science Asian Studies 


THOMAS E. BOHSEN 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



PATRICIA A. BOLAND 

Bachelor of Science Education 



PATRICIA ANNE BORRI 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



ALFRED J. BOSCO 


Bachelor of Arts Natural Science 


44 






JAMES FRANCIS 
BOUFFARD 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


J. PATRICK BOVINO 


Bachelor of Arts 


English 


JAMES M. BOYLE 


Bachelor of Science Chemistry 


ELNA CAROLY BRADY 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



EDWARD JOHN 
BREDEHOFT, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Economics 



PATRICIA PATTERSON 
BREEN 


Bachelor of Science English 




MAUREEN BRENNAN 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 


RONALD G. BRESSLER 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



JOHN H. BROFEt 


Bachelor of Science 


English 


ANITA BRONKO 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 


BARBARA ELLEN 
BRUNHOFER 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


ALFRED JOHN BURKE 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


45 




WILLIAM J. BURKE, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Finance 


JOHN BYRNE 


Bachelor of Arts Economics 


FRANCIS A. BURNS 


Bachelor of Science Finance 


WILLIAM A. BURNS 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 





JOHN FRANCIS BYANK 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


WILLIAM W. BYRNE 


Bachelor ofArts 


English 


SAL BUTTACI 

Bachelor of Arts 
Communication Arts 


PAUL IGNATIUS BYRNE JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 






MICHAEL P. CADENAZZI 

Bachelor of Science Finance 


46 




ANTHONY E. CAGGIANO 

Bachelor of Arts English 


DENNIS M. CAMELI 


Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



ANN GRACE CAMPBELL 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 



DONALD CAMPBELL 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 





WILLIAM MARTIN 
CAMPBELL 

Bachelor of Science 
Natural Science 


WILLIAM P. CAMPI 


Bachelor of Science Finance 


BERNARD B. CANDON 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


RALPH CANGIANO 


Bachelor of Arts Pre-dental 




DONALD ANTHONY 
CANTALUPO 

Bachelor of Science Management 


47 



NICHOLAS F. CAPORASO 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



JOHN J. CAPUANO 

Bachelor of Science Finance 




JOSEPH P. CAPUTO 

Bachelor of Arts History 


ROBERT CAPUTO 


Bachelor of Science Management 



FRANK E. CARDELL 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 



EDWARD F. CAREY 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



ALAN J. CARLINE 


Bachelor of Science Social Studies 




RICHARD D. CARLSON MICHAEL T. CARNEY 

Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Arts Psychology 

Classical Languages 


48 



JAMES W. CARRIGAN 

Bachelor of Science Sociology 




JOSEPH B. CARROLL 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


RONALD P. CASAPULLA 

Bachelor of Science Management 



EUGENE D. CASSERLY 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



CATHERINE A. CASSIDY 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



JOSEPH B. CASSIDY 


Bachelor of Science Management 



MICHAEL JOSEPH 
CASTORO 


Bachelor of Science Finance 



LOUIS J. CATANIA, JR. SAVERIO V. CERESTE 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



49 



MICHAEL PETER 
CERISANO 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 




EUGENIA A. CERLIN WILLIAM J. CHAPMAN 

Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 

Elementary Education 



WILLIAM LUNG-CHIH 
CHEN 


Bachelor of Science Chemistry 


SALVATORE P. 
CHIDICHIMO 

Bachelor of Arts English 





FRANK R. CHIRICHILLO RONALD W. CHRISTIE 

Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Science Accounting 

Physical Education 



PHYLLIS M. CHIECO 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



WILLIAM CIPOLLETTI 

Bachelor of Science Education 


50 



JOHANNA GRACE 
CIRELLO 

Bachelor of Science English 



GEORGE C. CISZAK 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


FRANK A. COCCO 


Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



DENIS E. COLE 


Bachelor of Arts English 


MAUREEN CATHERINE MICHAEL EDWARD 

COLLINS COLLINS 

Bachelor of Science English Bachelor of Science Accounting 


PATRICIA LOUISE 
COLLINS 

Bachelor of Science Education 



PETER A. COM PA 


Bachelor of Arts English 


BRIAN D. CONLAN JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


51 



JOHN F. CONNELLY 

Bachelor of Science 
Physical Education 


WILLIAM F. CONWAY 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


THOMAS PETER CORR 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



RICHARD V. COURTER 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


PAUL FRANCIS COOKE 

Bachelor of Science Management 



EDWARD P. COOKE 


Bachelor of Science Mathematics 



ROBERT JAMES 
CONSIDINE 

Bachelor of Arts 
Communication Arts 







WILLIAM A. CRABLE 


Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


BARBARA LYNN 
CRAWFORD 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


52 





JAMES T. CREGAN 

Bachelor of Science Mathematics 


SILVIO CRESPO, JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 


LICINIO CRUZ 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


WILLIAM T. CULLEN 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


ROBERT C. CROOKS 

Bachelor of Arts Philosophy 


LAWRENCE W. CULL 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


RITA HELEN CUMMINGS 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


JOHN J. CRINCOLI, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


DONALD F. CUMMINS 

Bachelor of Science Management 




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FRANK A. CUOCO 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


FRANCIS J. CUSHING 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


ALICE A. CUTRONA 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 



DONALD R. CZERNIACH 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 




BERNADETTE JOAN DALY 

Bachelor of Science Education 


JOSEPH T. DALY 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



NICHOLAS S. D'AMATO 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



PAUL V. D'AMBROSA 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



CHARLES A. D'AMICO MARY FRANCES ESTELL 

Bachelor of Arts Biology DANIELS 

Bachelor of Science 



SALVATORE A. DANNA 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 


58 


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RICHARD A. DAUBNER JOSEPH CARMEN 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies D'AUTORIO 

Bachelor of Science Management 




LOUIS JOSEPH 
DE BENEDETTE 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


RICHARD E. DEC 

Bachelor of Science Chemistry 



VINCENT P. 
DeANDREA JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



LOUISE H. DE CICCO 

Bachelor of Arts History 


RAYMOND JOHN DEE 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


GEORGIANA C. DEGNAN 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



ALLEN TIMOTHY DEIGNAN 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


HARRY W. DE LA ROCHE 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 





59 



ROBERT C. DELDIN 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ROY JAMES DE LEO 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 




FRANK A. DeLUSSO 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 




ROBERT GREGORY 
DEL GRANDE 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


ERNEST ALBERT DELIA 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 




ROSE DE LUCA 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 


EDWARD JOSEPH 
DEMAREST 


Bachelor of Science Management 



RICHARD P. DeMELO 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



ANTHONY S. DePADOVA 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 


60 



JOSEPH A. DeROSA 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 




JULIA S. DeVITA 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 


ALLEN P. DESHONG 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 





FRANK DiCHIARA 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


THOMAS P. DEVITT 


Bachelor of Science 


Chemistry 




RALPH A. DESTEPHANO 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 



BONITA SUSAN DEVORE 

Bachelor of Science Education 


ROBERT DiGANGI 

Bachelor of Science Management 


61 



JOSEPH A. D1LAURI 


Bachelor of Science Math 



ANGELO F. DiORIO 

Bachelor of Arts History 



JULIUS ROCCO 
Dl RIENZO 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


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GERALD J. DiVINCENZO 

Bachelor of Science Chemistry 



THOMAS EDWARD 
DOBROWSKI 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



MARTIN J. DOBTOWSKI 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 




CLARE E. DOHERTY 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 


RONALD W. DOLAN 


Bachelor of Science English 




DONALD JOSEPH 
DONAHUE 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


FRANCIS W. DONAHUE 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


62 



JEROME M. DONAHOE 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



JOSEPH JOHN DONDERO MADELINE MENARD 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies DONELAN 

Bachelor of Science English 


ELLEN M. DONOHUE 


Bachelor of Science English 





LEON DAVID DOTY 


Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


KENNETH A. DOWD 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 



WILLIAM F. 
DROBACH, JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Philosophy 



ROBERT SCOTT DOWD 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 




JOSEPH M. KENNETH J. DUANE 

DOWLING, JR. Bachelor of Arts History 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


63 



BERNADETTE MARIE 
DUFFY 

Bachelor of Science Education 



JANET MARIE DUGGAN 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



PHILIP PATRICK DUNPHY 

Bachelor of Science Physics 



CATHERINE TERESA 
DWYER 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



MARTIN J. DWYER 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



LAWRENCE E. DWYER, JR. 

Bachelor of Science 
Classical Languages 



WILLIAM R. DWYER 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



M. DENNIS DURAN 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



KENNETH M. DYMOND 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


64 



JAMES ELARDI 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



JAMES B. ENGLISH 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


CHESTER T. 
DZIOBKOWSKI 

Bachelor of Science Chemistry 





MICHAEL S. ELLIOTT 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 


CARL FREDERICK 
EMERICK 

Bachelor of Science Education 



EDWARD MICHAEL 
ENGLISH 

Bachelor of Arts Political Science 



ELIZABETH ANN ENGLISH 

Bachelor of Science Education 



ROBERT J. DZIUBATY 

Bachelor of Science English 


65 




HUMBERTO S. ENRIQUEZ JOAN R. ERHART 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical Bachelor of Science Nursing 



PATRICIA A. ERLBAUM 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 



JOHN AUSTIN FACCONE 

Bachelor of Arts English 



JOSEPH M. 
FABRICATORE 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



WALTER G. FALCONER 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



JOSEPH W. FALLON 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



JOHN M. FACCIDOMO 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 



ARTHUR FALGIONE, JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 


66 



JOSEPH D. FECHER, JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



JOHN E. FEELEY 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



THOMAS EDWARD FEDOR 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



SAMUEL MICHAEL 
FALZONE 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



ROBERT JOHN FARLEY 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



RICHARD E. FEE, JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


HARRY C. FENSOM 


Bachelor of Arts Psychology 




JOHN T. FERGUSON 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 



JEANNE LOUISE 
FERRARY 

Bachelor of Arts English 


67 



LEO J. FINNEGAN, JR. WALTER J. FINNEGAN 

Bachelor of Science Accounting Bachelor of Science Chemistry 



WILLIAM T. FINNEGAN 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



PAUL JOSEPH FIORELLO 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 




ELIZABETH ANN 
FINNERTY 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


JAMES JOSEPH FINNERTY 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ROBERT A. FISCHER 


Bachelor of Science Pre-medical 



EDWARD P. FITZGERALD 

Bachelor of Arts History 



LYNN P. FITZGERALD 

Bachelor of Science Management 



EDWARD MICHAEL 
FITZGIBBON JR. 

Bachelor of Arts History 


68 



JOHN S. FITZPATRICK 

Bachelor of Science 
Political Science 



WILLIAM P. FITZPATRICK 

Bachelor of Arts English 



JOAN FLANAGAN 


Bachelor of Science • Education 



JOHN J. FLETCHER 

Bachelor of Science Management 



HENRY VICTOR 
FLORCZAK 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



LOUIS D. FONTANA 


Bachelor of Science Finance 



RUSSELL R. FORENZA 

Bachelor of Science Finance 



TIMOTHY MICHAEL 
FLEMING 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



STEPHEN J. FONTANELLA 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



VINCENT F. FORGIONE 

Bachelor of Science Management 


69 



VINCENT M. 
FORTANASCE 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 


JOSEPH ANTHONY 
FRANKLIN, JR. 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


CHERYL FRIEDMAN 


Bachelor of Science Education 



WILLIAM JACOB 
FREESWICK 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


KARL F. FREIER 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



JOHN ROBERT FRIERY 

Bachelor of Science Management 


GARRY FRISOLI 


Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 







ROBERT O. FURFARO 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


70 


EUGENE R. GAETA 


Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



RICHARD J. GAIL 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 




ANTHONY J. GAMBINO 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



ROCCO A. GAMBUTI 

Bachelor of Arts English 



LORRAINE ELIZABETH 
GAMCSIK 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



EDNA GARDENIER 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



ROBERT J. GAWRON 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



LEO HENRY GAWRONIAK 

Bachelor of Arts History 


JOHN J. GAZDUS 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


NICHOLAS MICHAEL 
GEMMA 



Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


71 



JOSEPH P. 
GIAMBATTISTA, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Business 



MICHAEL F. GILES 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 






MARTIN R. GILLIGAN 

Bachelor of Science Mathematics 


EDWARD WALDRON 
GILGALLON 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


GEORGE GERMANN 

Bachelor of Science Mathematics 


RALPH J. GERMINARIO 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-dental 


MARGARET M. GILL 

Bachelor of Arts English 


DONALD J. GIBBS 

Bachelor of Science Management 


GERALD E. GIEMZA 

Bachelor of Arts English 


72 



THOMAS JOSEPH 
GILLIGAN 

Bachelor of Science Finance 



THOMAS A. GODFREY 

Bachelor of Science 
Physical Education 



LESLIE ATTILA GONCZI 

Bachelor of Science Physics 




RAYMOND E. GILLIS 


Bachelor of Science 


Finance 


RAY E. GNATT 


Bachelor of Science Management 



CATHERINE ANNE 
GOEBEL 

Bachelor of Science English 




DAVID G. GOFFREDI 


Bachelor of Science 


History 


LILLIAN A. GOLANDO 

Ba chelor of Science Social Studies 



GEORGE GOEZ 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



WILLIAM F. GOLDEN 

Bachelor of Arts English 


73 








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JOSEPH A. GORKA 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



ROBERT JAMES GRAHAM 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



RAYMOND FRANCIS 
GORA 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



ALAN S. GRABOWSKY 

Bachelor of Arts English 



ANNETTE M. GRAMEGNA 

Bachelor of Arts English 



JOHN A. GRECCO 

Bachelor of Science Finance 



SHARON C. GRADY 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



JOHN J. 

GRANSTRAND, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Education 


78 






CHARLES JOSEPH 
GUARDINO 

Bachelor of Science 
Physical Education 


PATRICIA MARY GREEN 

Bachelor of Science Nursinq 


MARILYN DOLORES 
GRISWOLD 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 


JOANNE GRACE 
GUIMARA 

Bachelor of Science English 


FRANK JOSEPH GRIPPO 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


RICHARD P. HACKER 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


MITCHELL M. GREEN 

Bachelor of Science Finance 


GRACE ANN GUIDERA 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



FRANCINE ANELIA 
GRYBOWSKI 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



JOHN G. GULICK 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



FRANCES M. HAINDL 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


79 



LAWRENCE ALOYSIUS 
HALL 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



VINCENT EDWARD 
HALLERAN 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


JOHN T. HALKOW1CH 

Bachelor of Arts Liberal Arts 



JOHN RAYMOND 
HANSEN 

Bachelor of Science French 



HAMDAN A. HAMDAN 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


WILLIAM PATRICK 
HANRAHAN 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



RICHARD FRANCIS 
HANTSON 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



80 


EDMOND W. HARDY JR. 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



JOSEPH DANIEL 
HARRIGAN 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



MARIE HARRIS 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



CHARLOTTE E. HARVATH 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 


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ANTHONY A. HAUCK IV 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 




KENNETH JOSEPH HAYEK 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


JOSEPH PATRICK HAYES 

Bachelor of Arts English 


MARYANNE WUJCIAK 
HEDING 


Bachelor of Arts 


English 




ANNE MARIE HEFFERNAN 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



WILLIAM J. HEIM 


Bachelor of Science Chemistry 


81 



HENRY G. HEINZMANN 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



HARRIET ELIZABETH 
HELMS 

Bachelor of Science English 



JOHN S. HEISZER 

Bachelor of Arts 
Communications Arts 



THOMAS PETER 
HELFENSTEIN 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



GEORGE T. HERUDEK 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



FREDERICK DAVID HIRN 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 




JOSEPH E. HOCHKEPPEL 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


DENNIS J. HODGE 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 



ALICE O. HOBBS 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



WILLIAM E. HOGAN 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


82 



WILLIAM F. HOLT 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


STEWART HOLTZ 


Bachelor of Arts French 



THOMAS E. HOLUM 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 




EDWARD J. HOPKINS 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 


GEORGE J. HORESTA 

Bachelor of Arts History 



ADELBERT JOSEPH 
HORNICK 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 



ROSE MARIE HOVAN 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



JOSEPH C. HOURIHAN 

Bachelor of Science Chemistry 


83 



DANIEL JOSEPH HOY 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



ANNETTE M. 
HUBBARD 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



TIMOTHY SMITH 
HUGHES 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



DOROTHY M. HUNT 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 




JAMES HUNT 


Bachelor of Science Chemistry 


JOHN G. HURLER 


Bachelor of Science Mathematics 




JOHN JOSEPH HURLEY 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


JOSEPH IANNACONE 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



JOSEPH A. IAVARONE 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-dental 


84 


JOHN M. 
INGUAGGIATO 

Bachelor of Science Education 



ROBERT J. 
INGUAGIATO 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



ROBERT BRIAN 
IMGRUND 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ROBERT LEE INSELBERG 

Bachelor of Arts History 


VINCENT JOSEPH IODICE 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 





ANNETTE CAROLYN 
IPPOLITO 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



DOROTHY M. ISKRA 


Bachelor of Science English 


JOSEPH M. JABLONSKI 

Bachelor of Arts English 


THEODORE F. 
JAKUBOWSKI 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 




85 



VICTORIA A. JARSEN 

Bachelor of Science English 




DENNIS JOHN JASCOTT 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 


PATRICK JOSEPH 
JENKINS 

Bachelor of Arts 
Communication Arts 



GEORGE W. JOHNSON 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



WINIFRED LOUISE 
JOHNSTON 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



JOHN GERARD JUDGE 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



G. PETER KAPLAN 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



MARIA C. JENSEN 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



EILEEN PATRICIA KANE 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


86 



PATRICIA KEANE 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



WILLIAM J. KARDASH 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



JOHN L. KELLY 


Bachelor of Arts Sociology 


WILLIAM J. KEANE 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 




JOSEPH F. KELLY 


Bachelor of Science Management 




WILLIAM R. KEENAN 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


KENNETH VINCENT 
KELLER JR. 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



JOHN R. KELLY 


Bachelor of Science 


Econofics 



THOMAS AMBROSE 
KELLY 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


87 




GEORGE THOMAS 
KENNEDY 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


JAMES ALOYSIUS 
KENNEDY 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


JOHN J. KENNEDY 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



THOMAS ALBERT 
KENNEDY 

Bachelor of Science Physics 



KAREN P. KENT 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


WILLIAM JOHN 
KERN, JR. 


Bachelor of Science Management 


88 


JOHN M. KIJAK 

Bachelor of Arts English 



PETER STEPHEN 
KILCOMMONS 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


THOMAS JOSEPH 
KILKENNY 

Bachelor of Arts English 







PAULINE KINASZCZUK A. EDWARD 

Bachelor of Science Nursing KIZI U Kl EWICZ, JR. 

Bachelor of Arts History 



SUZANNE MARIE KLEMM 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



JOSEPH A. KNAPP 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



MICHAEL KOBILNYK 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



EUGENE ROBERT KOCH 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



CHARLES J. KOCUN 

Bachelor of Arts Mathematics 



WILLIAM KOGER 

Bachelor of Science 
Physical Education 


JAN M. KOLASKA 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


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RICHARD A. 
KRASNOMOWITZ 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 





JOHN ANDREW 
KOZLOWSKI 

Bachel or of Arts 
Classical Languages 


THEODORE JOSEPH 
KRISANDA 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Language 


ROBERT XAVIER 
KUCHARSKI 

Bachelor of Arts English 


RAYMOND JOSEPH 
LACARA 

Bachelor of Science 


WILLIAM P. KUNZ 

Bachelor of Science Finance 


CATHERINE THERESE 
KRAUS 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


THEODORE J. KUCHAR 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


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Finance 



JAMES ANTHONY 
LAGATTUTA 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



ELIZABETH ANN 
LA FORGE 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



ROBERT E. LAGRUTTA 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Language 



JANET MARIE LAMB 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



PATRICIA MARIE 
LAMBERT 

Bachelor of Science Education 




CAROL JUNE STEPHEN N. LANGWAY 

LANDRIGAN Bachelor of Science Accounting 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ANTHONY JOSEPH 
LA RUSSO 

Bachelor of Science History 91 



EDWARD F. LASOTA 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Language 



GEORGE T. LENORMAND 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



ELAINE ANN LEAHY 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



SERGIO O. LEONE 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



JESSE S. LEIGHTON 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



DORIS ANN LEPORE 

Bachelor of Science Education 




EDWARD JOHN 
LEUTHNER 


Bachelor of Science Management 


RONALD LEVANDUSKY 

Bachelor of Science Chemistry 



ROBERT J. LEVIEN 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



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TED C. LIEB 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 




NEIL R. LI LIEN 


Bachelor of Science Management 


JAMES JOSEPH LINANE 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


INEZ V. LIPSEY 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 


GERALD J. LISNOCK 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


CARMEN J. LIUZZA 


Bachelor of Science Mathematics 




JOSEPH W. LLEWELLYN 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 




JAMES FREDERIC LOBB 

Bachelor of Science Management 


PAUL JOSEPH 
LONGSTREET 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 


MICHAEL THOMAS 
LORENZO 


Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


RICHARD ALLEN 
LOSPINOSO 


Bachelor of Science 






Finance 


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ALAN J. LUCIBELLO 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


MATTHEW LUFTGLASS 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



VINCENT L. LUPO, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



JOHN PATRICK MACKEY 

Bachelor of Arts Management 



ROBERT W. MacNEAL 

Bachelor of Science 
Physical Education 



JAMES JOSEPH MAGEE 

Bachelor of Science Education 



ROBERT G. MacGLAFLIN 

Bachelor of Science 
Social Studies Education 



RICHARD P. MADEO 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



RICHARD STEVEN 
MAGER 

Bachelor of Science English 


98 



JAMES PATRICK MAHON JOHN WILLIAM 

Bachelor of Science Accounting MAHONEY, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



THEODORA JEAN MAIO 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 



DAVID EUGENE 
MAIORINO 

Bachelor of Science Chemistry 



GERALD J. MALLON 

Bachelor of Science Finance 



RICHARD MANDEL 

Bachelor of Arts History 



JAMES JOSEPH 
MANGAN 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Language 



FRANK M. 

M ANGI ACOTTI 

Bachelor of Science in 
Education — Accounting 


BARBARA MANNO 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 


99 



THOMAS JOHN MANNA 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


JOSEPH MAREE 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


JOAN ANN ELIZABETH 
MANLEY 

Bachelor of Arts English 



ELISSA S. MARREN 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


BRUCE ALBERT MARTIN 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



LOUISE MARIE 
MARTINO 


Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



VERNA D. MARTISOFSKI 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



JAMES JOSEPH 
MATTHEWS 

100 Bachelor of Science Accounting 



FRANK X. MARI 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



WILLIAM A. MATHES 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



JAMES NEIL 
MATTHIESSEN 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 




ELEANOR MARY 
MAZIARSKI 

Bachelor of Science Education 


JOSEPH PETER MAZZA 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-dental 



ANN MARIE McBRIDE 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



MARTIN P. McCORMACK 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



KATHLEEN P. 
McClellan 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



KENNETH J. 
McCORMICK 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-Medical 



PATRICIA ANNE HENRY McDADE 

McCORMICK Bachelor of Arts Psychology 

Bachelor of Arts English 





GEORGE WILLIAM 
McDEVITT 

Bachelor of Science Management 



MICHAEL GERALD 
McFADDEN 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



WILLIAM T. McGUIRE 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Language 


ANDREW M. McKENZIE 

Bachelor of Science 
Classical Language 


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BERNARD A. McNAMEE 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



CHARLES G. McNEIECE 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 





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JOHN HENRY McNEILL 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


WALTER McQUEEN 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


HERBERT JOSEPH MEIRE 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 


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102 


GLORIA E. MELILLO 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 


PHILIP JOSEPH MELITO 

Bachelor of Science 
Physical Education 



ALAN SAMUEL MELTZER 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



RUSSELL DAVID MENEVE GERALD MEOLA 

Bachelor of Science Management Bachelor of Science Accounting 







ROCCO J. MEOLA 


Bachelor of Arts Psychology 


PAUL G. METZGER 

Bachelor of Science 
English Education 




THOMAS ALOYSIUS 
METZGER 

Bachelor of Science Mathematics 


ERNEST F. MEZEY 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


103 



ROBERT JOSEPH MIELE 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ROBERT STEPHEN 
MIHALIK 

Bachelor of Science Management 



FRED JAMES MIHELIC 

Bachelor of Arts 
Commercial Arts 



E. LAWRENCE MILLER 

Bachelor of Science Economics 



JOSEPH ROCCO 
MIRABELLA 

Bachelor of Science English 




ROBERT HAROLD 
MITCHELL 


Bachelor of Science Finance 


FRANK A. MITROS 


Bachelor of Science Chemistry 




JOHN W. MITROS 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


PATRICIA MARY MITTEN 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


104 



LAWRENCE VINCENT 
MONAGHAN 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 



ROBERT JAMES MOREL 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Language 



JEAN MORERE 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


MARY ANN MORGAN 

Bachelor of Science Education 


DOROTHY THERESE 
MORLEY 


Bachelor of Arts 


English 



WILLIAM THOMAS 
MORRIS 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Language 




MARTIN LEONARD 
MOSCOWITZ 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


JOANNE A. MOSKWA 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



JOSEPH FELICIAN 
MULLEN 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



MARY LOU MULLER 

Bachelor of Science Education 


105 




ROBERT FRANCIS 
MULLER 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



JOHN J. MULVIHILL 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


KATHLEEN ANNE 
MURPHY 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 



MICHAEL ALOYSIUS 
MURPHY 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


BRENDAN JAMES 
MURRAY 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



RICHARD JAMES 
MURRAY 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



THOMAS HALL 
MURRAY, III 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


106 



JOHN EDWARD MURRIN 

Bachelor of Science in Business 
Administration — Marketing 


THEODORE ANTHONY 
MUSSANO 

Bachelor of Arts Soqial Studies 




CHARLES STEVEN NAGY THOMAS A. NARWID 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies Bachelor of Science Chemistry 



LOUIS DONALD NIEMAS 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



JOHN JOSEPH 
NEGROTTO 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



CAROL F. NIEMIERA 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



KENNETH JOHN NIES 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


CHARLES HENRY NOLL 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 





PHILIP J. NOTO 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 


JOSEPH FRANK NOVAK 

Bachelor of Science Education 


107 



RICHARD JOHN NOWEL 

Bachelor of Science Finance 



JOHN J. NOWICKI 


Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



JOHANNA ALICIA 
NUSPL 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



KATHLEEN ANNE 
O'BOYLE 


Bachelor of Science 


English 



ROBERT JOHN O'BRIEN 

Bachelor of Science Education 



MARK A. O'CONNELL 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



KERRY MARTIN 
O'CONNOR 

Bachelor of Arts 
Communication Arts 



KEVIN CHARLES 
O'CONNOR 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


108 





JAMES LAWRENCE 
OGLE 

Bachelor of Arts 
Communication Arts 



EDWARD J. O’DOWD 

Bachelor of Science Management 



TIMOTHY J. O'LEARY 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



JOSEPH JOHN OLENICK 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



DAVID C. OLIVER 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 




JAMES H. OLJVER 


Bachelor of Arts Philosophy 


ARTHUR J. OLSON 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 



FRANK S. ORBE CAROL B. ORDWAY 

Bachelor of Science Accounting Bachelor of Science Nursing 


109 



ROBERT FRANCIS 
O'ROURKE 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


J. DOUGLAS ORR 


Bachelor of Arts 


English 


SISTER M. ASSUMPTA 
O’SHAUGHNESSY 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


JAMES VINCENT 
PAGNOTTA 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


JAMES MICHAEL 
PALLADINO 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 


WILLIAM B. PALLERIA 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 





JAMES P. PALMASANO 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



ROBERT G. PANZER 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 




110 


JOSEPH N. PAQUETTE 

Bachelor of Science Management 



LOUIS TOBY PARISI 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



THOMAS J. PARSONS 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



BARBARA PATRICIA 
PASICK 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 



STEPHANIE M. PAUL 


Bachelor of Science English 


THOMAS S. PAWLOSKI 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 




MARGARET PATRICIA 
PATERSON 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



MICHAEL JOSEPH 
PAWLOWICZ 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



DAVID WILLIAM 
PEARSALL 

Bachelor of Science English 



JOYCE B. PECORA 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



JOSEPH H. PERRONE 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



MAXINE GAIL PIEKARZ 

Bachelor of Science Education 



FRED MARTIN PIERRO 

Bachelor of Science Education 





JOHN PETRONELLA, JR. 

Bachelor of Science English 


NICHOLAS E. PIRRO 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


JAMES M. PIRO 

Bachelor of Arts English 


FRANCIS WILLIAM 
PETERSON 

Bachelor of Science Management 


DAVID MICHAEL PERLER 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


ROBERT JOSEPH 
PHELAN 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


112 


ALBERT PITONIAK, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



THOMAS F. PIVINSKI 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


JOSEPH JOHN PLAZA 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


JOHN CHARLES 
POLEWKA 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


WALTER JOHN POLK 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 




BARBARA ANN POROD 

Bachelor of Science Education 


VICTOR C. POSTON 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 



ROGER E. PRIBUSH 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



MARY ANN KATHLEEN 
PRICE 

Bachelor of Arts 


English 



STANLEY JOHN 
PRZYCHOCKI 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



JOHN A. PRINELLI 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



ROBERT A. PUTZER 


Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


MICHAEL JOHN 
QUARNACCIO 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


JAMES JOSEPH QUELI 

Bachelor of Science 
Business Education 




HENRY ANDRE QUILLIO EILEEN MARIE QUINN 

Bachelor of Science Management Bachelor of Science Nursing 



JOSEPH PETER QUINN 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



KENNETH A. RAMP 

Bachelor of Science Management 





WILLIAM WHITNEY 
RANGER, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Finance 


i 






WILLIAM G. RATH 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



DANIEL A. REILLY 


Bachelor of Arts History 


LEON R. REMONKO 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 


JAMES RHATICAN 


Bachelor of Science English 


PHILIP C. RICHE 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ROBERT A. RICHTER 


Bachelor of Science Management 



CAROLYN L. RILEY 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



ANGELA VIRGINIA 
RICIGLIANO 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 




MARY ANN RILEY 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 


GEORGE M. RING 


Bachelor of Science Finance 


115 



ELIZABETH K. 
ROHNHIRSCH 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



ROBERT ROSKELL 

Bachelor of Arts English 



PATRICK JOSEPH 
RIZZUTO 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 



MARTIN J. ROCHE 


Bachelor of Science Management 


WILLIAM JAMES 
ROHMAN 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



PATRICIA ANN 
ROMANO 

Bachelor of Science Education 


JOHN JOSEPH 
ROMANOWSKI 

Bachelor of Arts English 




ELIZABETH ANN 
ROSETTA 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



MARYANN ROSSI 

Bachelor of Science Education 


JOSEPH JOHN ROSTA 

Bachelor of Arts History 


HMI 



JOSEPH B. ROUSSEAU 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 


116 



DOMINICK V. 
RUCERETO 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



DAVID J. RUSCUS 

Bachelor of Arts Natural Science 


EDWARD PETER 
RUMINSKI 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


\ 


ALFRED F. RUSSO 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 





MARY G. RYAN 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



JAMES F. RUSSELL 


Bachelor of Science Finance 



PETER V. RYAN 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 




WILLIAM C. 

SaFRANEK 

Bachelor of Science French 117 




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DONALD JOSEPH 
SALADY 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



ELIZABETH JANE 
SALERNO 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 



VINCENT R. SALICO 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 



RICHARD PAUL 
SALMASTRELLI 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 


FRANK SALZER 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


GEORGE SANOK 


Bachelor of Arts Accounting 



JUAN GLORIOSO 
SANTIAGO 

Bachelor of Science Economics 


122 



DENNIS LOUIS 
SANTILLO 

Bachelor of Arts 
Communication Arts 


WILLIAM SARACINO 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


LAWRENCE RENSING 
SARMIERE 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



PATRICIA C. SAYERS 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



DOROTHEA ELIZABETH 
SATTLER 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



PETER A. SCAVUZZO 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ROBERT C. 
SCHENCK, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



MARILYN DOROTHY ROBERT J. SCHUETZ 

SCHOTT Bachelor of Science Mathematics 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



WILLIAM C. SAUER 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 




WALTER S. SCHAEFFLER JOSEPH PETER 

Bachelor of Arts History SCHALL, JR. 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



GREGORY M. SCHMIDT 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 


123 






HOWARD S. SCHWARTZ 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 


JOSEPH H. SCHWIERK 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


PHILLIP J. SCROFANI 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



CAROLE R. SEBOROWSKI 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


VINCENT P. SCOTTON 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



HENRY S. SEBULA 


Bachelor of Science Management 




VIRGINIA R. SEHULSTER 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


KARL E. SEIB 


Bachelor of Arts 


English 



JOHN RICHARD SEK 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 




124 


FRANK A. SENA 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 






TED J. SENDLER 

Bachelor of Science Finance 



ARTHUR JOSEPH 
SERRATELLI 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 




GEORGE SESSO 


Bachelor of Science Finance 


GEORGE W. SHABET 

Bachelor of Science Mathematics 



GEORGE THOMAS 
SHALHOUB 


Bachelor of Science 


English 



HELENA MARY SHARP 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



JOAN SHAW 


Bachelor of Science Nursing 



LANCE SHAW 


Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



DAVID J. SHEEHAN 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



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JAMES P. SHEEHAN 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


125 




ROYCE JUNE SHELDON 

Bachelor of Arts English 



JOHN JOSEPH 
SIELSKI, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Management 



JOAN MARGARET 
SIMONS 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 


MICHAEL JOHN 
SISBARRO 


Bachelor of Science 


Chemistry 


JANEK ANTHONY 
BOLESH SKUTNIK 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 




126 




ANN MARY SHERBINSKI 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 


MICHAEL A. SHIMKO 

Bachelor of Science Management 



FREDERICK DONALD 
SISBARRO 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



PATRICIA ANN SLATER 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



HARRISON ALLEN 
SLATON 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



DONALD P. SMITH 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



KEVIN SMITH 

Bachelor of Arts History 



LEONIA ANNA SMITH 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 




ALICE SOPRONIK 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


JAMES T. SPAETH 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 




PAUL H. SPIGEL 


Bachelor of Science Management 


CHARLES L. SPINA 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



JAMES VINCENT 
SPAGNOLI 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



CARMINE LOUIS 
SPINELLI 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



BARBARA MARY STAHL 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 


127 



KENNETH JOSEPH 
ST. AMAND 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



THOMAS JOHN 
STRICKLE 


Bachelor of Science Management 



MICHAEL J. STRUENING 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



JOHN P. STEFANOWICZ 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



ROBERT HOUSTON 
STEPHEN 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



MICHAEL A. STERLACCI 

Bachelor of Arts English 



MILTON JOSEPH 
STRAUSS, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



RICHARD THOMAS 
STRELECKI 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



JOHN J. STRONG 

Bachelor of Science Education 



SARAH G. STRUBLE 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 




DENIS J. SUES 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 




PATRICK J. SULLIVAN 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


JAMES JOSEPH 
SURDOVEL 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 



RICHARD T. SWEENEY 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


WILLIAM SWEERUS 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



KATHRYN GALLAGHER 
SYNOL 


Bachelor of Science 


English 



EDWARD J. SULLIVAN 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



DONALD J. SUTTER 

Bachelor of Science History 



JOSEPH J. SZTICZA 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



ANTHONY M. TAMASCO 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 


129 



ALEXANDER J. 
TANNUCILLI 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ROBERT J. TARTE NICHOLAS J. TEDESCHI 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies Bachelor of Arts Biology 



FRANCES LORRAINE 
TERESAK 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



ROBERT C. THELANDER 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



WINSTON E. 
THOMPSON 

130 Bachelor of Arts Psychology 



WILLOW RUTH THOMAS 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



CHARLES LEO TIGHE 

Bachelor of Arts History 



PETER A. TINNESZ 

Bachelor of Arts English 



JOHN J. TIRPAK 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



DENNIS ANTHONY 
TOBIA 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



THOMAS G. TOMKO 

Bachelor of Science 
Secondary Education 





GLORIA J. TOOMAN 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



PATRICIA A. TRACY 

Bachelor of Arts English 



JAMES I. TOOHEY 


Bachelor of Science Mathematics 



WILLIAM MARK 
TRIBUS, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 


131 



ALLAN WILLIAM 
TROCHYMCZUK 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



MICHAEL LEON TUITE 

Bachelor of Arts English 



DOUGLAS J. TULLIO 


Bachelor of Science Education 



MARY JO THERESE 
TURNER 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 


132 




JOHN FRANCIS TULLY 


Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 


MICHAEL T. TURCO 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 



WALTER F. TURLEY 


Bachelor of Science Management 



ROBERT W. TURNER 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 




THOMAS A. 
TUSHINGHAM 

Bachelor of Science Economics 


GEORGE P. TWILL 

Bachelor of Science Economics 



ROMAN EMIL 
UHORCHAK 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



EMIL P. UBERSAX 

Bachelor of Arts 
Communication Arts 



JAMES URSO 


Bachelor of Arts 
Communication Arts 



AVE. M. VACCARO 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 



JOHN J. VACCARO 

Bachelor of Arts Sociology 



JULIA M. VAICIUNAS 

Bachelor of Science Management 



ANTHONY JOSEPH 
VALLE 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



RONALD LAWRENCE 
VAN NEST 

Bachelor of Arts Biology 


133 





ROBERT PETER 
VAN SPRANG 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 




LESTER VESELL 


Bachelor of Arts Natural Science 


SERAFIN T. VIEIRA 


Bachelor of Science Management 



LAWRENCE G. VIGER 

Bachelor of Science Economics 



ALEXANDRINA M. VIGH 

Bachelor of Science Social Studies 



MICHAEL JOSEPH 
VIOLA 


Bachelor of Arts English 



CARMEN S. VITALE 


Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 




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JOHN VITALE 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



ANNE MARIE VOLPE 

Bachelor of Science 
Elementary Education 


134 



RICHARD JOHN VOSS 

Bachelor of Science Management 



JOHN J. VREELAND 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 


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VALERIA WADHAMS 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 


CHARLES D. WALLACE 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 





CHARLES J. WALSH 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 


JOSEPH T. WALSH 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 





CLIFFORD J. WARD 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-Medicine 


CATHERINE ALICIA 
WATLINGTON 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 




135 




THEODORE ALFRED 
WEATHERS 

Associate in Arts Police Science 



CHARLES ROBERT 
WEBER 


Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical 



JAMES WEGELER 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 


RAYMOND BARGER 
WEIGEL 


Bachelor of Science Marketing 




ROBERT MICHAEL 
WHEELAN 

Bachelor of Science Mathematics 



PATRICIA MARY 
WHELAN 


Bachelor of Science 


Education 



ROBERT WHELAN 


Bachelor of Science 


Economics 



MARY ANN WHITEMAN 

Bachelor of Science Education 



136 


DAVID WIGMORE, JR. 

Bachelor of Science Management 



HAROLD LOUIS 
WILLIAMS 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



CHARLES FREDERICK 
WINTERS 

Bachelor of Arts English 



GEORGE ANDREW 
WISNOVSKY 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 




ROBERT JAMES ROBERT G. WOLFENDEN 

WISTER Bachelor of Science Marketing 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



DONALD JOHN WOLFF 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



WILLIAM PETER 
WILSON 

Bachelor of Arts 
Classical Languages 



EUGENE P. WOLFSON 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



ALAN J. WONSOWSKI 

Bachelor of Science Management 


137 



BARBARA PATRICIA 
WORTMAN 

Bachelor of Science 
Business Education 


138 




ROBERT H. WUJCIAK EUGENE J. WYCKOFF 

Bachelor of Arts Pre-medical Bachelor of Science Marketing 



THERESA ANN 
WYSOCKI 

Bachelor of Science Nursing 



ROBERT JOHN 
YACHECHAK 

Bachelor of Science 
Physical Education 



ZACHARY ALBERT 
YAM BA 

Bachelor of Science 



JOHN D. YORKE 

Bachelor of Science Management 


French 



CONNIE 0. YUPPA 

Bachelor of Science Education 



ANGELO V. ZAINO 

Bachelor of Arts Social Studies 



ARTHUR P. ZENKERT 


Bachelor of Science Accounting 



TERRENCE C. ZINNO 

Bachelor of Science Management 




JOSEPHINE AZARK 

Bachelor of Arts Liberal Arts 


ESTER BAUMAN 


Bachelor of Science Education 




QUENTIN JAMES 
CARNICELLI 


DONALD CZERNIACH 

Bachelor of Arts Liberal Arts 




Bachelor of Arts 


History 


139 



JEROME DONAHOE 

Bachelor of Science Liberal Arts 



MICHAEL J. FECKO 

Bachelor of Arts History 



ETHEL SZARVAS JASKOT 

Bachelor of Science Education 



GEORGE LAZAR 


Bachelor of Science Management 


LOUIS' G. MALANGA 


Bachelor of Science Education 



EDWARD NARTOWITZ 

Bachelor of Science Physics 


MICHELE MARIE RAY 


Bachelor of Science English 



JAMES ANTHONY 
LAGATTUTA 

Bachelor of Arts Psychology 


140 



LESLIE RUTLEDGE 

Bachelor of Science Biology 



FRANK SMITH 

1943-1964 



FRANK L. SCOCCIMARRO 

Bachelor of Science Marketing 



ARTHUR M. URBANSKI 

Bachelor of Science Accounting 



RAYMOND JOSEPH 
WINTER 

Bachelor of Science French 



JAMES T. WITTIG 

Bachelor of Arts Liberal Arts 



LAWRENCE ZAGAROLA 

Bachelor of Arts Liberal Arts 


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The college fraternity or sorority is more 
than a club or association. It is a com- 
radeship based on common understanding, 
dominated by deep abiding friendships. 

It is a compact of chosen brothers or 
sisters with similar ideals, hopes and pur- 
poses which furnish the indispensable 
incentive that helps the college youth 
mature into a poised and more self-confi- 
dent individual. 




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Interfraternity Council 


152 





Alpha Epsilon Delta 



Alpha Kappa Psi 


153 





Alpha Pi Epsilon 



Delta Epsilon Sigma 


154 





Delta Kappa Pi 


Delta Sigma Omicron 









156 



Omega Pi 


157 






Phi Beta 



158 






Phi Delta Pi 


Phi Kappa Theta 





Sigma Alpha Beta 


Sigma Delta Phi 



160 





Sigma Delta Psi 




161 




Sigma Theta Sigma 


Tau Beta Sigma 


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T he several organizations which are 
based on one or more forms of academic 
and scientific pursuit benefit each student- 
member to the extent to which he becomes 
involved in their activities. 

The classroom is only one side — and 
sometimes a less important one — of the 
academic coin. Special-interest clubs — in 
language, art, music, literature and in the 
social sciences — offer the student oppor- 
tunities and challenges not always found 
in the classroom. 



The Clubs 



Academy of Science 



Accounting Club — Newark 


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Accounting 


Club -Paterson 






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Accounting 


Club — South Orange 



167 






Accounting Internship Program 


AIESEC 




Art Club 


168 






Bayley Review 



Biology Research Society 


169 






Booster Club — Newark Day 





171 





Brownson Debating Society 


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f.V'T. 



Bowling Club 


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173 





Choir -Paterson 





Cosmopolitan Association 


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CLASS OFFICERS 



Senior — South Orange 





Junior — South Orange 



Junior — Paterson 


Sophomore — Paterson 



176 


Sophomore — South Orange 




Freshman — South Orange 


Freshman - Paterson 

177 

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Dormitory Council 





Drama Club — Paterson 


178 



Drama Club — Newark 



Economics Club 


179 



Federated Student Government 



Finance Association 


180 





French Club — South Orange 



181 




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The Galleon 

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183 








Glee Club — Newark Evening 



The Men's Glee Club 





Glee Club — Newark Day 




The Hall's Echo — Paterson 


187 





Hall's Echo — Paterson 


188 



John F. Kennedy History Club — Paterson 




Literary Club -Newark Evening 


The Hazard —Newark Day 

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189 




Literary Club — Newark Day 



190 


Literary Club — Paterson 





Marketing Club — South Orange 



Marketing Club — Newark 


191 






New Jersey Student Nurses 
Association — Newark 



N F C C S 



Philosophy Club — Newark 


192 





Pershing Rifles 



Project Honduras 


193 





Psychology Club — Newark 



Psychology Club — Paterson 


194 



ROTC Marching Band 



ROTC Officers Club 


195 




Scholarship Club 



196 


Elizabeth Seton Student Education Association 





Setonian 









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Social Action Club 

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199 



Society for the Advancement 
of Management— South Orange 



Society for the Advancement 
of Management — Paterson 


200 




Sodality 



St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society 


201 



Student Center Council 



Student Council — Newark Day 


202 




Student Council — Paterson 



Student Council — Newark Evening 


203 




Student Senate Officers — South Orange 



Student National Education Association — Newark 


204 



Student National Education Association — Paterson 



Triphibian Guard 


205 






University Club — Paterson 



Varsity Club 


206 


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Young Americans for Freedom 



Young Democrats 

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Who's Who Among Students 



Judith Aumente 



Mary Ann De Palma 



Richard Bellows 



Dennis Cameli 



Donald Campbell 



Angelo Di Orio 




Joseph Biangasso, Jr. 


James Bovino 



Barbara Brunhofer 


Paul Byrne, Jr. 



Anna Campbell 



Robert Considine 



Leon Doty 


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Edward English 





In American Colleges And Universities 




Edward Fitzgibbon, Jr. 


Nicholas Gemma 


Jeanne Ferrary 


Da vi d Goffredi 



Lillian Golando 



Alan Grabowsky 



Francine Grybowski 



Maria Jensen 



George Kennedy Karen Kent 



Maryanne Heding 



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Eileen Kane 








Barbara Ann Manno 




Ann Marie McBride 



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Michael Murphy 


Theodore Mussano 



Johanna Nuspl 



David Oliver 


Robert Panzer 






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John Romanowski 



Elizabeth Rosetta 



Lance Shaw 




Karl Seib, Jr. 


Virginia Sehulster 




James Spaeth 


Barbara Stahl 




Donald Sutter 


Richard Sweeney 



Winston Thompson 


William Tribus, Jr. 


Michael Tuite 





Alexandrina Vigh 


Catherine Watlington 


A. Zachary Yamba 


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T he University's program of special events is 
centered around student interest and participation 
in the many spheres of college activity. 

Academically, the program of special events pro- 
vides guest lecturers of local and national prom- 
inence who offer theories, concepts and criticisms 
of scholarly interest. 

The Annual Retreat and Days of Recollection 
are, in themselves, instructive and reflective, and 
supplement each student's spiritual needs. 

It is perhaps in the social aspect of college life 
that a contributory program of special events is 
most appreciated; here, it is the student who has 
projected himself beyond the disciplines of class- 
room theory and into the realm of personal 
involvement. 


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Senior Corporation Presentations 



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Queen of the University 



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Pep Rally 



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n athletic program, properly controlled and 
supervised, not only provides for physical well being, 
but develops good sportsmanship and a competitive 
spirit which is a part of our way of life. 

The University recognizes that intercollegiate 
competition is an integral part of its athletic activ- 
ities, and that the total program is an essential 
component of the educational experience it provides 
for its students in developing the complete human 
personality. 

The University is a member of the Eastern Col- 
legiate Athletic Conference and the National 
Collegiate Athletic Association. Varsity schedules 
are maintained in basketball, baseball, cross country, 
indoor and outdoor track and field, swimming, 
soccer, tennis, golf, fencing, wrestling, and squash 
racquets. 

For those who lack the natural ability or the time 
to devote to varsity athletics, a well-rounded pro- 
gram of intramural activities is maintained, with 
competition carried on between fraternities, dormi- 
tories, and other groups of students. This year, inter- 
collegiate touch football made its appearance at 
the University with the innovation of an All-Star 
game between Seton Hall and arch-rival St. Peter’s 
College. 



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Galleon Patrons 


A. M. Aiken 
Marion Alexander 
Vincent E. Arcery 
Vincent E. Ardery 
Frank Branda 
Angelo Casagrande 
Justin W. Caseoli 
Mrs. George I. Collins 
R. Comunale 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee E. Cooke 
George Cuchural 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cuoco 
Stephen Czyzyk 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. D'Alessio 
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. D’Amato 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. De Andrea 
Mr. Albert D'Esposito 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dowd 
Jeremiah Duggan 



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Galleon Patrons 


Valerie Ellis 

Arthur Falgione 

Russell J. Forege 

Mr. and Mrs. James Gearhart 

Mr. and Mrs. George Goffreddi 

Vincent Granese 

Francis J. Gross 

Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Guimara 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Halleran 

The Hansen Family 

John R. Hero 

Mary B. Hodgins 

Mr. James J. Hunt 

Thomas H. Jordan 

George J. Kaplan 

Edward J. Kehoe 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kilkenng 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Edward Kizwkieweiz, 

Richard Korals 

Joseph F. Kwacz 



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Galleon Patrons 


Joseph Lawler 
Mr. Thomas Leone 
John Liwacz 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mahoney 
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Manley 
Salvatore G. Martino 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Mirabella 
Mary Morawski 

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Roth 
Donald J. Salady 
Theresa and Salvatore Scalise 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Schaeffer 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sikora 
Mr. and Mrs. James Simons 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Slade 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spina 
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Tarte 
Tau Beta Sigma 
Fred William Thielmann 

Tom's Esso Servicenter, Sommerville, New Jersey 
Walter J. Frelewicz 
Raymond F. Vondrau 
Gerald Wronski 




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Galleon Boosters 


Accounting Club, Paterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arico 

John G. Arnold 

Mrs. E. Bartolomucci 

AMNCMTBDECMD 

Michael S. Buttaci 

Duncan Clements 

Mr. Richard E. Dec 

Frank E. Derbyshire 

Mr. Robert DiSalvo 

Florence Dowd 

Mrs. Sheila Duggan 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Essa, Sr. 

David Anthony Fargnola 

Arlene and Joe Gittleman 

Goldie and Lena 

John T. Goudy 

Joseph Graziano 

Ethel Jaskot 

Mr. and Mrs. George Kolcun 

George A. Kowalski 

Carol Landrigan 

Joseph W. Law 

Alexander D. Lopata 

Joan Ann Manley 

Margaret and Rose Manley 

Anna and Anthony Massenzio 

Daniel F. McKinley 

John Petit 

Carl F. Reiners 

Charles Rosenzweig 

Richard J. Rucki 

Gerry Salzer 

Wanda B. Schiffl 

Mr. Jack Schwartz 

Troy Sendler 

Stephen A. Serritella 

William T. Suggs 

Joan Wohltmann 

Anthony Zinno 



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PUBLISHING COMPANY 



282 GROVE AVENUE 
CEDAR GROVE, N. J. 


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EDWARD MARTIN STUDIOS INC. 

164 OCEAN AVENUE JERSEY CITY 5, N. J. 


EDWARD H. McKENNA, '42 
MARTIN ARENSON 


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THE SETON HALL 
ALUMNI FEDERATION 


OFFICERS 

GERALD M. LIND, '61 

LOUIS A. GALLO, '60 

DOROTHY OZIMEK, '50 


President 

Vice-President 
Secretary 


BOARD OF GOVERNORS 

Representing Campus College 

EDWARD C. BALZAROTTI, '61 - HERBERT J. DWYER, '30 

Representing Paterson College 

MARIE G. SCHEUERMANN, '60 - LOUIS GALLO, '60 

Representing University College 

ROBERT HOUDE, '60 - LUCILLE RUSSELLO, '60 

Representing the School of Law 

JAMES M. CAWLEY, 55 - VICTOR B. PALMER, '61 

Representing the School of Nursing 

ROSEMARY BYRNE, '49 - CHARLOTTE BROTHERS, '48 

Moderator 

REVEREND STEPHEN P. LYNCH, '49 

Executive Secretary 

JOHN L. BOTTI, '61 



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Senior Class of Elementary Education 

Newark 

OFFICERS 


President Marilyn Griswold 

Vice-President Kathleen Me Clellan 

Secretary Georgiana Degnan 

Treasurer Diane Aramanda 


Residence: 357 Beech Spring Road Tel. SO 2-0552 

South Orange, N. J. 


THOMAS A. REYNOLDS 

— Registered Interstate Mover — 

DEPENDABLE MOVING & STORAGE 
— Insured Carrier — 

Office & Warehouse: 

HUmboldt 2-7544 43-47 So. 17th St. 

ORange 3-2872 East Orange, N. J. 


Congratulations to the Class of 1965! 

MAPLE BUICK f INC. 

9-17 WEST SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE 
SOUTH ORANGE, NEW JERSEY 


WEbster 9-8500 SWarthmore 7-6988 MArket 4-4925 

METROPOLITAN MAINTENANCE CO. 

A PROFESSIONAL HOUSEKEEPING SERVICE 

for 

INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE 

300 Route 20 East Rutherford, N. J. 


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from 


FEDERATED 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

of 

Seton Hall University 


DON'S DRIVE-IN 


SOUTH ORANGE AVENUE 


LIVINGSTON, NEW JERSEY 


- OPEN EVERY D AY - 


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '65 

from 


Bus.: LAmbert 5-5253 
Res.: LAmbert 3-5831 


I.C.C. No. 9976 


Newark Evening Student Council 

of 

Seton Hall University College 


SOUTH PATERSON 
TRUCKING CO., INC. 
WAREHOUSE, INC. 


NEW YORK • NEW JERSEY • LONG ISLAND 


John Scala 

President 


298 MARSHALL STREET 
PATERSON, N. J. 


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"CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '65" 

from 

the 


FRESHMAN CLASS 

- Newark 

BEST WISHES! 


BEST WISHES 

PHI BETA GAMMA 


from 

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• 

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SIGMA THETA SIGMA 

The 

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SORORITY 

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THE CLASS OF 1965 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

POPULAR AND CLASSICAL PIANO 
FOR EVERYONE 

SIGMA ALPHA BETA 

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• 

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FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN 
ASSOCIATION 

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to the 

BEST WISHES , SENIORS! 

CLASS OF 1965 

from 

from 


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THE CLASS OF 1966 

• 

- Paterson - 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

CONGRATULATIONS 


from 

PHI DELTA PI 

THE CLASS OF 1967 

• 

- Paterson - 

Congratulations to the Class of 1965 


from 

JOHN FRANKS 

QCf )e &etoman 

MEN'S , BOYS' & LADIES' APPAREL 

THE UNDERGRADUATE NEWSPAPER 

• 

OF SETON HALL UNIVERSITY 


South Orange, New Jersey 

WESTFIELD, N. J. PLAINFIELD, N. J. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 

Sigma Delta Psi 

Fraternity 

Fraternity 

PHOTO CREDITS: WORLD'S FAIR PHOTOS — WIDE WORLD PHOTOS 


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SENIOR DIRECTORY 


ADORNATO, CARMEN J., 492 Chestnut St., 
Kearny, N.J. • Academy of Science; Tau Sigma 
Phi; Varsity Club. 

ALBERQUE, MADELYN M., 170 Park St., Ridge- 
field Park, N.J. • Booster Club; Sigma Theta Sigma. 

ALEXANDER, PETER M., 207 Newark Ave., Bloom- 
field, N.J. • Accounting Club; Delta Kappa Pi 
Society for the Advancement of Management. 

ALLORA, LOUIS P. JR., 98 Baldwin PI., Bloomfield, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Biology Research; 
Modern Langauge Club; Tnphibian Guard; Young 
Democrats; Intramurals. 

AMELIO, ROSS J., 52 South Spring Garden Ave., 
Nutley, N.J. • Booster Club. 

ANDER, KAREN S., 24 Cedarlawn Dr., Dayton, 
Ohio. 

ANDERSON, FRANKLIN B., 8 South Hope St., 
Saranal Lake, N.Y. • Booster Club; Sigma Phi Nu, 
President; Varsity Club; Track. 

ANDERSEN, ROY K., 4 Osage Dr., Cranford, 
New Jersey. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT FRANCIS, 35 Melrose Ave., 
Newark, N.J. 

ANDRIVIZZI, LEONARD J., 52 Willard Ave., To- 
towa Boro, N.J. • Accounting Club, Treasurer. 

APELT, DENNIS, E., 16 Old Woods Road, Saddle 
River, N.J. • Booster Club; Phi Kappa Theta, Treas- 
urer, Concession Chairman; Elizabeth Seton Educa- 
tion Association; Marketing Club; Men's Glee Club; 
N.F.C.C.S.; National Student Association; Pershing 
Rifles; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Intramurals; Junior 
Prom Ticket Chairman; S.A.M. 

ARAMANDA, DIANE G., 45 Wade St., Jersey City, 
N.J. • S.E.A. Tri-Campus Social Chairlady; S.E.A., 
Corresponding Secretary; Senior Class, Treasurer; 
Ring Dance Committee, Chairman. 

ARCARO, VINCENT D., 123 Berkshire Place, New- 
ark, N.J. 

ARCAROLI, FRANK J., 57 Chestnut Ave,, Rochelle 
Park, N.J. • N.F.C.C.S.; Accounting Internship 
Program. 

ARGILA, CHARLES R., 3 Kaufman St., Somerset, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Almega Society; Biol- 
ogy Research, Treasurer; Booster Club; Modern 
Language Club; N.F.C.C.S.; Varsity Club; Fencing; 
Tau Kappa Epsilon. 

ARICO, EUGENE F., 72 South Centre St. • Zeta 
Epsilon Tau; Modern Language Club; N.F.C.C.S.; 
National Student Association; R.O.T.C. Officer's 
Club; Triphibian Guard; Intramural Sports; Senior 
Prom Committee; Photo Dupilcation Aids. 

ARIDA, CHRISTOPHER D., 9615 Shore Road, 
Brooklyn, N.Y. • Academy of Science; Booster 
Club; Cosmopolitan Club; Modern Language Club; 
Setonian Film Society; Swimming Intramurals; Dor- 
mitory Council, Committee Chairman. 

ARKINSON, JOAN ANNE, 239 Teaneck Rd., 
Ridgefield Park, N.J. • Booster Club; Sigma Theta 
Sigma, Cheer Chairman; Service Committee; Jun- 
ior-Senior Banquet Committee; Fund Raising Com- 
mittee, Co-Chairman; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Seton Voice, 
Reporter. 

ATWAN, ELLEN BARBARA, 403 Crooks Ave., Pat- 
erson, N.J. • Freshman Class, Vice President; 
Booster Club; Student National Education Associa- 
tion; The Halls Echo; Wings; Galleon; Drama 
Club; Dance Committees. 


AUMENTA, ROSEANN RENEE, 158 Belmont Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • J unior-Senior Banquet, Co- 
Chairman; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Glee Club; Fund Raising 
Committee; Sigma Theta Sigma, Service Commit- 
tee; Seton Voice Reporter. 

AUMENTE, JUDITH ANN, 125 Pearsall Ave., Jer- 
sey City, N.J. • Phi Delta Pi, Corresponding secre- 
tary; Service Committee Chairman; Seton Voice, 
News Editor; Student Council, Vice-President; 
N.J.S.S.N.A.; Federated Student Government, Rep- 
resentative; Class Fund Raising, Co-Chairman; 
Faculty-Student Luncheon Committee. 

AZRAK, JOSEPHINE, 12 Orchard St., Haskell, N.J. 

BABINSKI, RAYMOND, 23 Fuller Place, Kearny, 
N.J. • Varsity Club; Soccer; Kappa Tau Lambda, 
Treasurer, Business Manager. 

BABULSKI, ROBERT E„ 28 E. Stimpson Ave., N.J. 

BAILEY, EDITH W., I I Richard Ave., West Cald- 
well, N.J. 

BAILEY, KAREN M., 100 Hillside Ave., Metuchen, 
N.J. • Phi Delta Pi, Vice President; N.J.S.S.N.A.; 
Guidance Representative; Fund Raisinq Committee; 
Senior Class Skit Committee. 

BALIMAN, ALBERT ANDREW, 235 Maryland Ave., 
Paterson, N.J. • Booster Club; Student Council, 
Representative; John F. Kennedy History Club; Stu- 
dent National Education Association; Knights of 
Setonia; Drama Club. 

BALZER, HENRY C., 13 Schylyer Court, Arlington, 
N.J. • Delta Theta Epsilon; Marketing Club; I.F.C. 
Representative. 

BARANAUSKAS, EUGENE, 223 Inslee PI., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. • Workshop Theater. 

BARLIK, JOSEPH E., 125 Pettebone St., Duryea, 
Pa. • Accounting Club; Almega Society; Varsity 
Club; Basketball. 

BARONE, THOMAS V., 99 Richmond Ave., Pater- 
son, N.J. • Accounting Club. 

BARRY, MARYANNE HELEN, 37 Edwin St., Ridge- 
field Park, N.J. • Student National Education Asso- 
ciation; Booster Club; Cheerleader; Drama Club; 
French Club; Student Council, Representative. 

BARTOLOMUCCI, DONNA A., 10 W. Colfax Ave., 
Roselle Park, N.J. • S.E.A.; The Seton Voice, Typ- 
ing Editor; Student Council, Representative; Jun- 
ior Class, Secretary; Literary Club; Galleon. 

BATES, JAMES A., 156 Sunset Ave., Newark, N.J. 

BATOR, STEPHEN R., 31 Wetmore Ave., Maple- 
wood, N.J. • Marketing Club; Sigma Delta Phi, 
Treasurer. 

BAUMAN, ESTER, 22 Newark Ct., Bayonne, N.J. 

BAUMAN, JOHN F., 113 Van Winkle Ave., Jer- 
sey City, N.J. 

BAYARD, HENRY A., 212 Dewitt Ave., Belleville, 
N.J. • Mathematics Club. 

BAYERL, HAROLD J., 322 Jeffer St., Ridgewood, 
N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Association; 
N.F .C.C.S.; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society. 

BEARDSLEY, WILLIAM T., 210 West Glen Ave., 
Ridgewood, N.J. Academy of Science; Booster 
Club; Elizabeth Seton Education Association; Seton- 
ian Film Society; Varsity Club; Wrestling. 

BECK, JAMES W., 5 Royalton Place, Apt. 42, 
Bloomfield, N.J. • R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Tri- 
phibian Guard. 


BEDNARZ, ELAINE MICHAELINE, 145 Hathaway 
St., Wallington, N.J. • Booster Club; Student Na- 
tional Education Association; Hazing Committee 
Dance Committees. 

BEEBE, JAMES L., 294 Indian Trail, Mountainside, 
N.J. • Setonian; Varsity Club; Modern Language 
Club, President of French Club; Tau Beta Sigma, 
President; Wrestling. 

BEHAN, ALAN T., 62 Corona Dr., Waterbury, 
Conn. • Intramurals. 

BEIRNE, M. CHRISTEN, 2 Alan St., West Orange, 
New Jersey. 

BELLI, JOHN P., 49 Myron St., Clifton, N.J. • 
Academy of Science; Sigma Delta Psi, N.F.C.C.S.; 
National Student Association; American Chemical 
Society, Junior- Senior Delegate and Vice President. 

BELLOWS, RICHARD JAY, 379 East 29 St., Pater- 
son, N.J. • Accounting Club, President; Sigma Phi. 

BENECCHI, MARY ANN, 683 Ridge St., Newark, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Sigma Theta Sigma; Seton 
Voice, Cultural Editor; Publicity Chairman, News- 
letter, Chairman; Psychology Club. 

BENIGNO, EDWARD R., 511 Madeline Ave., Gar- 
field, N.J. • Alpha Phi Delta, Elizabeth Seton Edu- 
cation Association, Modern Language Club, Ski 
Club, Dramatic Workshop, S.N.J.E.A. 

BENNETT, BRENDA, 234 Spring St., Trenton, N.J. 

• N.J.S.S.N.A.; The Seton Voice; Student-Faculty 
Alumni Luncheon, Co-Chairman; Fund Raising 
Committee; Capping Committee; Booster Club; 
Sigma Theta Sigma, Treasurer. 

BERARDI NELLI, CARMINE J., 253 Mt. Prospect 
Ave., Newark, N.J. • Accounting Club, Booster 
Club, Economics Club, Marketing Club, Philosophy 
Club, Triphibian Guard, Intramurals. 

BERGER, ROBERT S., 40 Lahlere Ave., Edison, N.J. 

• Academy of Science, Booster Club; Phi Kappa 
Theta. 

BERNHARDT, SUSANNE JANE, II Laurel PI., 
Fairfield, N.J. • Physics Club; The Seton Voice, 
Photographer; Literary Club. 

BERNSTEIN, DOROTHY A., 15 Morgan PI., North 
Arlington, N.J. 

BERTOLINA, CHARLES A., 3027 Essex Rd., Cam- 
den, N.J. • Sigma Delta Psi, St. Thomas More Pre- 
legal Society; Elizabeth Seton Education Associa- 
tion; Young Republicans. 

Bl ANGASSO, JOSEPH J., 84-09 35 Ave., Jackson 
Heights, N.Y. • Academy of Science, Treasurer and 
President; Dormitories Council. 

BILBY, JOSEPH G., 196 Roseville Ave., Newark, 
N.J • N.F.C.C.S.; National Student Association; 
R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Triphibian Guard, Ltd.; 
Intramurals. 

BLAKE, JOHN J. JR., 1127 Elker Rd., Union, N.J. 

• Academy of Science; Modern Language Club; 
National Student Association; Setonian Film So- 
ciety. 

BLASZKA, FRANCIS J., 13 Paul Ave., South River, 
N.J. • R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Intramurals; Sigma 
Delta Psi, Parliamentarian. 

BLENKLE, ANDREW, 285 Broad Ave., Englewqod, 
N.J. • Booster Club; French Club; John F. Kennedy 
History Club; Open Mind; Cardinal Mindszenty 
Club, Secretary. 


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BODNAR, ROMANA, 309 Grier Ave.. Elizabeth, 
N.J. • Sigma Theta Sigma; Modern Language 
Club; Student Council; Social Committee. 

BOGOLUB, HAROLD T., 250 Mt. Vernon PL, 
Newark, N.J. • Asian Studies Club; Setonian. 

BOHSEN, THOMAS E., 30 Blackbure Terr., West 
Orange, N.J. • Marketing Club. 

BOLAND, PATRICIA A., 35 Neptune Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. 

BORRI, PATRICIA ANNE, 44 Evergreen Ave., 
Fords, N.J. • S.E.A.; Galleon. 

BOSCO, ALFRED J., Mine Hill Rd., Oxford, N.J. 

• Academy of Science; Art Club; Booster Club; 
Scholarship Club, Secretary; Tau Kappa Epsilon. 

BOUFFARD, JAMES F., 392 Rock Road., Glen 
Rock, N.J. 

BOVINO, PATRICK J., 601 Rutherford Ave., Tren- 
ton 18, N.J. • Academy of Science; Booster Club; 
N.F.C.C.S.; Phi Kappa Theta; Freshman Class 
President; Federated Student Government Dele- 
gate; Freshman Hazing Chairman; Blazer Ball Com- 
mittee; Freshman Dance Committee. 

BOYLE, JAMES M., 153 Ellery Ave., Newark 6, N.J. 

• Biology Research; Varsity Club; Swimming. 

BRADY, ELNA CAROLY, 170-J Gold St., North 
Arlington, N.J. • The Seton Voice; Sodality. 

BREDEHOFT, EDWARD J. Jr., 74 Greenville Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Marketinq Club. 

BREEN, PATRICIA PATTERSON, 149 River Edge 
Rd., New Milford, N.J. • Booster Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Music Appreciation Club. 

BRENNAN, MAUREEN, 239 Parmelee PI., Newark, 
N.J. • Registered Nursing Association. 

BRESSLER, RONALD G., 33 Roosevelt Terr., Bay- 
onne, N.J. • Young Democrats. 

BROFEE, JOHN H., 51 Yearance Ave., Clifton, N.J. 

• Student National Education Association; The 
Hall’s Echo. 

BRONKO, ANITA, 353 First St., Saddle Brook, N.J. 

• Registered Nurses Association. 

BROWN, WELLINGTON, L., 128 Claremont Ave., 
Montclair, N.J. 

BRUNHOFER, BARBARA ELLEN, 445 Bogert Rd., 
River Edge, N.J. • Booster Club; Sigma Theta 
Sigma, Pledge and Rush Committees; N.J.S.S.N.A.; 
The Seton Voice, Feature Editor, Staff; Senior 
Class, Vice-President; Student Council; Guidance 
Representative. 

BURKE, ALFRED J., 441 Garfield Ave., Jersey City, 
New Jersey. 

BURKE, WILLIAM J. JR., 1027 Stanton Ave., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. • Booster Club; Finance Association; 

w.s.o.u. 

BURNS, FRANCIS A., 69 Maple St., West Orange, 
N.J. • Finance Association; Phi Beta. 

BURNS, WILLIAM, 76 West 43rd St., Bayonne, 
N.J. • Aisec; Marketing Club; Triphibian Guard. 

BUTTACI, SAL, 132 Midland Ave., Garfield, N.J. 

• Bayley Review; Setonian; Workshop. 

BYANK, JOHN F„ 49 Hoover Ave., Passaic, N.J. 

BYRNE, JOHN, Box 241 Bloomfield Ave., Pine 
Brook, N.J. • Booster Club; Finance Association; 
Young Democrats. 


BYRNE, PAUL IGNATIUS, JR., 27 Porter Rd., 
Maplewood, N.J. • Phi Kappa Theta I.F.C. REP.; 
Men's Glee Club; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officer’s 
Club; Officers Council; Setonian Student Senate; 
Triphibian Guard; Distinguished Military Student; 
Freshmen Class, Vice President; Sophomore Class 
Secretary; Student Senate; Student Union Commit- 
tee; I.F.C.; Junior Prom Committee; Military Ball 
Committee; R.O.T.C. Band; Hazing Committee; 
Intramurals. 

BYRNE, WILLIAM W., 9 Michael Dr., Metuchen, 
N .J. • R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Varsity Club; Track. 

CADENAZZI, MICHAEL P., 334 Southside Ave., 
Haledon, N.J. • Finance Association; Varsity Club; 
Gamma lota Alpha; Baseball. 

CAGGIANO, ANTHONY E., 341 Stevens Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Modern Language Club; 
R.O.T.C.; Triphibian Guard; R.O.T.C. Brigade, Ex- 
ecutive Officer; Distinguished Military Graduate; 
R.O.T.C. Military Ball Committee; Triphibian Guard 
Drill Team; Intramurals. 

CAMELI, DENNIS M., 269 N. Ulmer Ave., Gibbs- 
town, N.J. • Senior Class President; Freshman Class 
Secretary; Setonian; Student Senate; First Seton 
Hall Project to Mexico; N.F.C.C.S.; Booster Club; 
Elizabeth Seton Education Association; Men's Glee 
Club; National Student Association; IFC Record- 
ing Secretary; Intramurals; Phi Kappa Theta. 

CAMPBELL, ANN GRACE, 429 Belgrove Dr., 
Kearny, N.J. • Social Action Club, Project Coor- 
dinator. 

CAMPBELL, DONALD, 39 Spooner St., Floral Park, 
N.Y. • Academy of Science; Almega Society; Art 
Club; Cosmopolitan Association; Sigma Delta Psi; 
Men's Glee Club; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officer's 
Club. 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM M., 433 Fairway Rd., Lin- 
den, N.J. 

CAMPI, WILLIAM P., 39 Claremont Ave., Mont- 
clair, N.J. • Accounting Club; Finance Association; 
R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Pershing Rifles, Executive 
Officer; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sgt.-at-Arms. 

CANDON, BERNARD B., 546 Fenlon Blvd., Clif- 
ton, N.J. • Cosmopolitan Association; Modern Lan- 
guage Club; Elizabeth Seton Education Association; 
Setonian. 

CANGIANO, RALPH, 130 85th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

• Academy of Science; Biology Research; Booster 
Club; N.F.C.C.S.; Varsity Club; Fencing; Scholar- 
ship Club; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
Pledgemaster. 

CANTALUPO, DONALD ANTHONY— 29 Garden 
PI., Pompton Lakes, N.J. • Ski Club. 

CAPORASO, NICHOLAS, 311 North 13th St., 
Newark, N.J. 

CAPUANO, JOHN J., 33 Donald St., Passaic, N.J. 

• Finance Association. 

CAPUTO, JOSEPH P., 139 Clifton Ave., Newark, 
N.J. • Delta Sigma Delta, Modern Language Club, 
Young Democrats. 

CAPUTO, ROBERT F., 14 Manchester PL, Newark, 
N.J. • Accounting Club, Triphibian Guard, Intra- 
murals. 

CARDELL, FRANK E., 33 George St., Montclair, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; N.F.C.C.S.; 
Triphibian Guard; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Scholarship 
Club. 


CAREY, EDWARD F., 13 Sheffield St., Jersey City, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; Ski Club. 

CARLINE, ALAN J., 198 Ackerman Ave., Clifton, 
N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Association; 
R.O.T.C. Officer's Club, Cadet Capt.; Triphibian 
Guard, First Platoon Leader. 

CARLSON, RICHARD D., 9 Montrose Ave., Sum- 
mit, N.J. 

CARNEY, MICHAEL T., 901 18th Ave., Newark 6, 
N.J. • Social Action Club; Psychology Club; Kappa 
Tau Lambda. 

CARNICELLI, QUENTIN JAMES, 2 1 I -A 9th St., 
Brooklyn, N.Y. • Art Club, Parliamentarian; Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, Historian, Secretary; Setonian, Pho- 
tographer; Scholarship Club, Chairman; Galleon, 
Photography Editor. 

CARRIGAN, JAMES W., 336 DeKalb Ave., Wood- 
bridge, N.J. • N.F.C.C.S. 

CARROLL, JOSEPH B., 70 Personnette Ave ; , Ve- 
rona, N.J. • Delta Theta Epsilon, Vice President; 
Marketing Club; I.F.C. Rep. 

CASAPULLA, RONALD P., 470 Piaget Ave., K-7, 
Clifton, N.J. 

CASSERLY, EUGENE D., 580 Fifth Ave., River 
Edge, N.J. 

CASSIDY, CATHERINE A., 208 Arlington Ave., 
Jersey City • Registered Nurses Association, Sec- 
reta ry. 

CASSIDY, JOSEPH B., 22 Courtland Dr., Hazlet, 
New Jersey. 

CASTORO, MICHAEL J., 86 N. 15th St., Bloom- 
field, N.J. • Booster Club; Finance Association, 
Vice President; Delta Kappa Pi, Treasurer; N.F.- 
C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Young Democrats; 
R.O.T.C. Band. 

CATANIA, LOUIS J. JR., 45 Rose Ave., Harrison, 
N.Y. • Acacfemy of Science, Recording Secretary; 
Booster Club; N.F.C.C.S.; National Student Asso- 
ciation; Setonian Film Society; Ski Club; Phi Kappa 
Theta. 

CERESTE, SAVERIO V., 1087 Chester St., Hillside, 
New Jersey. 

CERISANO, MICHAEL PETER, 42 Chobot Lane, 
East Paterson, N.J. • Accounting Club, Vice Presi- 
dent. 

CERLIN, EUGENIA ARTIE, 116 Pulaski St., New- 
ark, N.J. • S.E.A. 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM J., 163 Leslie St., Bloom- 
field, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau, Pledge Committee; 
Modern Language Club; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Of- 
ficer's Club; Bowling; Dramatic Society; Senior 
Prom Committee; Intramural. 

CHEN, WILLIAM, 703 Hammer Hill Rd., Kowloon, 
Hong Kong • Academy of Science; Student Coun- 
cil; Rep. of Cosmopolitan Club; Biology Research; 
Sigma Delta Psi. 

CHIDICHIMO, SALVATORE P., 147 Lexington Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau; Modern 
Language Club; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officers 
Club; Student Senate; Junior Class Secretary and 
Dance Committee. 

CHI ECO, PHYLLIS M„ 79 North 10th St., Newark, 
N.J. • S.E.A.; Sophomore Class Vice President; 
Glee Club; The Seton Voice, Artist; Literary Club; 
Galleon, President. 


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CH I RICH I LLO, FRANK R., 416 West End Ave.. 
Elizabeth, N.J. • Physical Education Club. 

CHRISTIE, RONALD W., 59 Columbia Ter., Wee- 
hawken, N.J. 

CIPOLLETTI, WILLIAM, 62 Florida Ave., Paterson, 
N.J. • Booster Club, Director and President; Phi 
Beta Gamma; Setonian Film Society; Student 
National Education Association, President; Student 
Council, Parliamentarian; Glee Club; Knights of 
Setonia, Vice President; Drama Club; University 
Club, Parliamentarian; Dance Committees. 

CIRELLO, JOHANNA GRACE, 487 MacArthur 
Ave., Garfield, N.J. • Booster Club; Student Na- 
tional Education Association; Galleon; The Hall's 
Echo. 

CISZAK, GEORGE C., 230 Parker Rd., Apt. #209, 
Elizabeth, N.J. • Booster Club; Cosmopolitan Asso- 
ciation; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society, Corr. 
Sec.; Scholarship Club, Secretary. 

COCCO, FRANK A., 158 Ward PL, South Orange, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; N.F.C.C.S.; Omega 
Pi, Recording Secretary. 

COLE, DENIS E., 2140 Swift Blvd., Houston, Texas • 
Booster Club; Sigma Phi Nu; Modern Language 
Club; N.F.C.C.S.; St. Thomas More Pre-legal So- 
ciety; Young Democrats. 

COLLINS, MAUREEN, CATHERINE, 574 Bergen 
Ave.; Jersey City, N.J. • S.E.A.; Junior Dance 
Committee. 

COLLINS, MICHAEL E., 31 Conover St., Freehold, 
N.J. 

COLLINS, PATRICIA LOUISE, 25 New St., Engle- 
wood Cliffs, N.J. • Booster Club; Student National 
Education Association; Dance Committee; Hazing 
Committee. 

COMPA, PETER A., 65 Washington Ave., Emerson, 
N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Association; Na- 
tional Education Association; New Jersey Student 
Education Association. 

CONLAN, BRIAN D., JR., 41 Warren Ct., South 
Orange, N.J. • Booster Club; Men's Glee Club, 
Representative; St. Thomas More Pre-legal Society; 
Setonian Film Society; Triphibian Guard Varsity 
Club, President, Secretary; Soccer; Wrestling. 

CONNELLY, JOHN F., 99 West 36th St., Newark, 
N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Association; Phys- 
ical Education Club. 

CONSIDINE, ROBERT JAMES, 10 Nosband Ave., 
White Plains, N.Y. • Pi Beta Delta, Vice President; 
Setonian Film Society; Workshop Theater; WSOU, 
Station Manager; Gaelic Society. 

CONWAY, WILLIAM F., 187 Hopkins Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. 

COOKE, EDWARD P., 339 Southside Ave., Hale- 
don, N.J. • Academy of Science; Mathematics 
Club; Intramurals; Tau Sigma Phi, Vice President. 

COOKE, PAUL FRANCIS, 4 Orchard Ct., Lodi, N.J. 

CORR, THOMAS P., 7 Hedge Lane, Merrick, N.Y. 
• Alpha Kappa Psi Marketing Club; Varsity Club; 
Track; A.I.S.E.C.; Erin Gaelic Society; Advancement 
of Management Society. 

COURTER, RICHARD V., 40 Stanley Ave., Summit, 
N.J. • Marketing Club. 

CRABLE, WILLIAM A., Sparkhill Ave., Sparkhill, 
N.Y. 


CRAWFORD, BARBARA LYNN, 189 Bidwell Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Hazard. 

CREGAN, JAMES T., 299 So. Nth St., . Newark, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Mathematics Club, 
Secreta ry. 

CRESPO, SILVIO, JR., 15 Swan Rd., Livingston, 
N.J. • Modern Language Club, Vice President; 
Setonian Film Society; Student Captive Nations 
Information Association, President. 

CRINCOLI, JOHN J., JR., 14 Morgan PI., Arling- 
ton, N.J. 

CROOKS, ROBERT C., 23 Parkside Ave., Madison, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Philosophy Club; Student Sen- 
ate Varsity Club, Treasurer; Swimming, Capt.; 
Gaelic Society. 

CRUZ, LICINIO, 1789 Vauxhall Rd., Union, N.J. • 
Accounting Club; Varsity Club; Soccer. 

CULL, LAWRENCE W„ 349 Maple Ave., Oradell, 
N.J. 

CULLEN, WILLIAM T., 129 N. Essex Ave., Orange, 
N.J. • N.F.C.C.S.; National Student Assn.; Triphibi- 
an Guard; Young Democrats. 

CUMMINGS, RITA HELEN, 149 Marshall St., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. 

CUMMINS, DONALD F., 398 Hall Ct., South Or- 
ange, N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; Delta 
Theta Epsilon; Intramurals. 

CUOCO, FRANK A., 198 Grove St., Montclair, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; 
Triphibian Guard; Tau Kappa Epsilon. 

CUSHING, FRANCIS J., 25W 33 St., Bayonne, 
N.J. • Alpha Kappa Psi; Marketinq Club; Young 
Democrats; Varsity Club; Baseball; R.O.T.C. 

CUTRONA, ALICE A., 569 Valley Rd., Clifton, N.J. 

CZERNIACH, DONALD R., 84 Hillside Ter., Irving- 
ton, N.J. • Cosmopolitan Association; Modern Fi- 
nance Club; Pershing Rifles; St. Thomas More Pre- 
legal Society; Varsity Club; Soccer, Captain. 

DALY, BERNADETTE JOAN, 20 Beuns Lane, 
Wayne, N.J. • Booster Club; Student National 
Education Association; Sodality. 

DALY, JOSEPH T., 140 Knickerbocker Ave., Pater- 
son, N.J. • Academy of Science; Intramurals. 

D'AMATO, Nicholas S., 546 Stuyvesant Ave., Irv- 
ington, N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Associa- 
tion. 

D'AMBROSA, PAUL V., 313 Birchwood Rd., Linden, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Gamma lota Alpha, treasurer; 
Math Club; Intramurals. 

D'AMICO, CHARLES A., 31 Bucket Lane, Levit- 
town, N.Y. • Academy of Science; Booster Club; 
Setonian; Cosmopolitan Association; Triphibian 
Guard; Intramurals; Alpha Epsilon Delta, President. 

DANIELS, MARY FRANCES ESTELL, 245 William 
St., Orange, N.J. 

DANNA, SALVATORE A., R.D. #6, Bridgeton, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Phi Beta; Varsity Club, 
Secretary; Track. 

DAUBNER, RICHARD A., 616 Palisade Rd., Union, 
N.J. • Modern Language Club; St. Thomas More 
Pre-legal Society. 

D'AUTORIO, JOSEPH C., 207 Woodmere St., 
Somerville, N.J. 


DeANDREA, VINCENT P., JR., 15 Rowland PI., 
Metuchen, N.J. • Booster Club; Delta Kappa Pi; 
Modern Language Club; N.F.C.C.S.; Young Demo- 
crats, President; St. Thomas More Pre-legal Society; 
Intramurals. 

DE BENEDETTE, LOUIS J., 61 E. Almira St., Bloom- 
field, N.J. 

DEC, RICHARD EDWARD, 70-C Wavecrest Ave., 
Winfield Park, N.J. • Academy of Science; Varsity 
Club; Basketball, Co-captain; Track. 

DE CICCO, LOUISE H., 505 Academy St., South 
Orange, N.J. 

DEE, RAYMOND JOHN, 309 Luhmann Dr., New 
Milford, N.J. • Music Appreciation Club; Literary 
Club; Dance Committee. 

DEGNAN, GEORGIANA C., 34 First St., North 
Arlington, N.J. • S.E.A.; Junior Ring Dance, Co- 
Chairman; Freshman Class Vice President; Senior 
Class Secretary; S.E.A.; Tri-Campus Social, Decora- 
tion Chairman. 

DEIGNAN, ALLEN T., 35 South Park Dr., West 
Orange, N.J. 

DE LA ROCHE, HARRY W., 23 E. Grand Ave., 
Montvale, N.J. 

DELDIN, ROBERT C., 1713 Taylor Ave., Box 60, 
N.Y. • Delta Sigma Delta; Varsity Club; Track. 

DE LEO, ROY J., 407 71st St., North Bergen, N.J. 

DEL GRANDE, ROBERT G., 249 New York Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. 

DELLIA, ERNEST A., 410 Birdseye St., Stratford, 
Conn. • Booster Club; Phi Kappa Theta; N.F.C.C.S., 
Delegate; National Student Association; St. Thomas 
More Pre-legal Society; Student Senate; Intramu- 
rals; Sophomore and Junior Dance Committee; 
Kangaroo Court Chairman. 

DE LUCA, ROSE, 2612 New York Ave., Union City, 
N.J. • Registered Nurses Association; American 
Nurses Association. 

DE LUSSO, FRANK A., 190 4th Ave., Paterson, 
N.J. • Kappa Sigma Pi., Recording Secretary; 
Marketing Club. 

DEMAREST, EDWARD JOSEPH, 24 Viola Ave., 
Clifton, N.J. 

DeMELO, RICHARD P., 16 Jefferson St., Clifton, 
N.J. • Accounting Club. 

DE PADOVA, ANTHONY S., 94 Congress St., 
Newark, N.J. • Academy of Science; Biology Re- 
search; Gamma lota Alpha; N.F.C.C.S.; Pershing 

Rifles; Setonian Film Society. 

DE PALMA, MARY ANN, 325 Clifton Ave., New- 
ark, N.J. • Senior Class, President; Seton Voice, 
Editor-in-Chief; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Freshman Vice Presi- 
dent; Sigma Theta Sigma, Pledge and Rush Com- 
mittees; J unior-Senior Banquet Committee. 

DE ROSA, JOSEPH ANTHONY, 320 South 7th St., 
Elizabeth, N.J. • Academy of Science; Biology 
Research; Booster Club; Tau Beta Sigma; 

N.F.C.C.S.; Young Democrats; Baseball. 

DESHONG, ALLEN P., 61 Fulton St., East Orange, 
N.J. — Accounting Club; Booster Club; Delta 
Kappa Pi; Triphibian Guard; Varsity Club; R.O.T.C. 
Rifle Team. 

DESTEPHANO, RALPH A., 100 Edgemere Dr., 

Rochester, N.Y. • Academy of Science; Phi Kappa 
Theta, Secretary, National Committee Association; 
Setonian; Student Senate; Wrestling; Intramurals; 
Freshman Dance; Hazing Committee. 


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DeVITA. JULIA S., 386 4th Ave., Newark, N.J. 

DEVITT, THOMAS P., 551 Washington St., West- 
field, N.J. • Academy of Science; Gamma lota 
Alpha; Basketball; Intramurals; American Chemical 
Society. 

DEVORE, BONITA SUSAN, 10 Riverside PL, Gar- 
field, N.J. • Booster Club; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Student Council, Representative; 
Dance Committees; Hazing Committee. 

DiCHIARA, FRANK, 487 N. II St., Newark, N.J. 

DiGANGI, ROBERT, 445 East 32nd St., Paterson, 
N.J. • Student Council, Representative; The Hall's 
Echo, Business Manager. 

DiLAURI, JOSEPH A., Rose Lane, Maplewood, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Elizabeth Seton Education 
Association; Math Club; Intramurals. 

DiORIO, ANGELO F., 386 Kinderkamack Rd., Ora- 
dell, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau, President; I.F.C. 
Delegate; Modern Language Club; N.F.C.C.S., co- 
ordinator; R.O.T.C. Officers Club; Triphibian 
Guard; Senior Prom Committee. 

Dl RIENZO, JULIUS ROCCO; 102 Morse Ave., 
Bloomfield, N.J. 

DIVINCENZO, GERALD J., 26 LaTourette Ave., 
South Bound Brook, N.J. • Kappa Tau Lambda; 
N.F.S. Research; American Chemical Society. 

DOBROWSKI, THOMAS E., 859 S. 16 St., Newark, 
N.J. • Delta Theta Epsilon, President; I.F.C., Rep- 
resentative; Marketing Club. 

DOBTOWSKI, MARTIN JAN, 100 N. Blancke St., 
Linden, N.J. • Tau Beta Sigma; Elizabeth Seton 
Education Association; Workshop Theater; Intra- 
murals. 

DOHERTY, CLARE E., 105 Niram PL, Harrison, 
N.J. • Phi Delta Pi; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Seton Voice, 
Editorial Editor. 

DOLAN, RONALD W., 32 Bayberry Lane, Middle- 
town, N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Association; 
R.O.T.C. Offerer's Club; Triphibian Guard. 

DONAHUE, DONALD JOSEPH, II Dellwood Rd., 
Menlo Park, N.J. • Marketing Club, Vice President. 

DONAHUE FRANCIS, W. 207 Prospect Ave., 
North Arlington, N.J. • Tau Beta Sigma. 

DONAHOE, JEROME MATTHEW, 1313 Willow 
Dr., Sea Girt, N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education As- 
sociation; N.F.C.C.S. 

DONDERO, JOSEPH JOHN, 282 Sherman Ave., 
Jersey City 7, N.J. 

DONELAN, MADELINE MENARD, 1258-B Cedar 
St., Fort Dix, N.J. 

DONOHUE, ELLEN M., 94 Arlington Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. • Women's Glee Club, Vice President; 
Freshman and Sophomore Class, Treasurer; Booster 
Club; Philosophy Club. 

DOTY, LEON DAVID, 311 Monroe St., Boonton, 
N.J. • Freshman Class, President; Student Council, 
Vice President; Booster Club; John F. Kennedy 
History Club; John F. Kennedy History Club Maga- 
azine; University Club; The Hall's Echo; Choir; 
Knights of Setonia; Student National Education 
Association. 

DOWD, KENNETH A., 72 Hazel Ave., Livingston, 
N.J. • Gaelic Society; Accounting Club. 


DOWD, ROBERT SCOTT, 120-32 218th St., Cam- 
bria Heights, N.Y. • Academy of Science; Art 
Club; Art Gallery; Cosmopolitan Association; Sig- 
ma Delta Psi; N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian; Galleon, As- 
sistant Editor; Track; Varsity Club; Gaelic Society; 
W.S.O.U. 

DOWLING, JOSEPH M. JR., 46 Elliott St., New- 
ark, N.J. • Accounting Club; Philosophy Club, 
President. 

DROBACH, WILLIAM FRANCIS JR., 165 Melrose 
Ave., Irvington, N.J. • Finance Association; Men's 
Glee Club, Corresponding Secretary. 

DUANE, KENNETH J., 138 Dogwood Lane, Orange, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Delta Epsilon Sigma; St. 
Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Setonian Film 
Society. 

DUFFY, BERNADETTE MARIE, 107 Hawthorne 
Ave., Hawthorne, N.J. • Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Booster Club. 

DUGGAN, JANET MARIE, 10 Oakland Terr., 
Maplewood, N.J. 

DUNPHY, PHILIP P., 46 Magnolia Ave., Kearny, 
N.J. • Physics Club, Secretary; Setonian Film So- 
ciety. 

DURAN, M. DENNIS, 1296 Glenn Ave., Union, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; Alpha 
Kappa Psi; N.F.C.C.S.; Intramurals. 

DWYER, CATHERINE TERESA, 414 North Arling- 
ton Ave., East Orange, N.J. 

DWYER, LAWRENCE E. JR., 157 Valley Rd., Ka- 
tonah, N.Y. • Almega Society; Sigma Phi Nu, Ser- 
geant-at-Arms; Elizabeth Seton Education Associa- 
tion, Secretary; Varsity Club; Golf. 

DWYER, MARTIN J., 120 Palisade Ave., Bogota, 
New Jersey. 

DWYER, WILLIAM R., 1910 Windsor Rd., Linden, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Delta Kappa Pi; Marketing 
Club; Young Democrats, Secretary; A.I.E.S.E.C. 

DYMOND, KENNETH M., Portia St., South Amboy, 
N.J. • Workshop Theater. 

DZIOBKOWSKI, CHESTER T., 722 Newcomb Rd., 
Ridgewood, N.J. 

DZIUBATY, ROBERT JOSEPH, 158 Clinton PL, 
Newark, N.J. • Tau Sigma Phi, Secretary; Elizabeth 
Seton Education Association, Treasurer. 

ELARDI, JAMES, 133 Forest PL, Rochelle Park, N.J. 
• Academy of Science. 

ELLIOTT, MICHAEL S., 37-W 52nd St., Bayonne, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Biology Research; 
Booster Club; Delta Kappa Pi; Men's Glee Club; 
N.F.C.C.S.; Philosophy Club, Finance Officer; 
Young Democrats. 

EMERICK, CARL FREDERICK, 5 Broadway, Park 
Ridge, N.J. 

ENGLISH, EDWARD M., 12 Meacham St., Belle- 
ville, N.J. • Phi Kappa Theta, Parliamentarian; 
Modern Language Club; Student Council Rep.; 
N.F.C.C.S., Senior Delegate; Pershing Rifles; Seton- 
ian Student Senate, President, Secretary, Rep.; 
Dance Committees; Chairman of Off-Campus 
Housing Council; Student Tour Director. 

ENGLISH, ELIZABETH ANN, 262 Steilen Ave., 
Ridgewood, N.J. • Student National Education As- 
sociation; Booster Club. 

ENGLISH, JAMES BRADFORD, Normandy Hgts. 
Rd., Morristown, N.J. 


ENRIQUEZ, HUMBERTO S., 4 Harrison Ave., West 
Orange, N.J. • Academy of Science; Tau Kappa 
Epsilon; Modern Language Club; Intramurals. 

ERHART, JOAN R., 9 Barnsdale Rd., Madison, N.J. 

ERLBAUM, PATRICIA ANN, 112 Stuyvesant Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • The Hazard, 

FABRICATORE, JOSEPH M., 71 Norwood St., Irv- 
ington, N.J. • Academy of Science; Chairman, 
Psychology Division; Art Club; Bayley Review; 
Delta Epsilon Sigma; Pi Beta Delta; Modern Lan- 
guage Club; Philosophy Club; Setonian, Associate 
Editor; Setonian Film Society; Workshop Theater. 

FACCIDOMO, JOHN M., 408 North Sixth St., 
Newark, N.J. • Academy of Science; Art Club; 
Biology Research; Modern Language Club; Seton- 
ian Film Society. 

FACCONE, JOHN AUSTIN, 115 Centre Ave., Se- 
caucus, N.J. • The Hazard, Staff. 

FALCONER, WALTER G., 478 Liberty Ave., Jer- 
sey City, N.J. 

FALGIONE, ARTHUR JR., 222 Speedwell Ave., 
Morristown, N.J. • Academy of Science; Modern 
Language Club. 

FALLON, JOSEPH W., 21 Wegman Parkway, Jer- 
sey City, N.J. 

FALZONE, SAMUEL M., 986 Franklin Ave., New- 
ark, N.J. 

FARLEY, ROBERT JOHN, 37-B Boulevard, East 
Paterson, N.J. • Booster Club; John F. Kennedy 
History Club; Open Mind; Psychology Club; Car- 
dinal Mindszenty Club. 

FECHER, JOSEPH DONALD JR., 615 Mayfair St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. • Academy of Science; Biology 
Research; Triphibian Guard; WSOU, Newscaster. 

FECKO, MICHAEL J., 97 Kent St., Brooklyn 22, 
New York. 

FEDOR, THOMAS EDWARD, 15 Arthur St., Clif- 
ton, N. J. 

FEE, RICHARD E. JR., 5 Elmwood Terr., Wayne, 
N.J. • International Relations Club; C.C.U.N. 

FEELEY, JOHN EDWARD JR., 204 Southdown 
Rd., Huntington, N.Y. • Accounting Club, Vice 
President; Booster Club; Cosmopolitan Association; 
Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary; N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian 
Film Society; Intramurals; Dormitory Council Rep- 
resentative. 

FENSOM, HARRY C., 191 Laurel Ave., Irvington, 
New Jersey. 

FERGUSON, JOHN T., 239 Suydam Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. 

FERRARY, JEANNE LOUISE, 60 Minnisink Rd., 
Totowa Borough, N.J. • Workshop Theater; Debat- 
ing Club; Drama Club, President; The Hall's Echo; 
Wings; Junior Class, President; Student Council, 
Representative; Music Appreciation Club; French 
Club; Choir; Dance Committees. 

FINNEGAN, LEO J. JR., 382 Parsippany Rd., 2-M, 
Parsippany, N.J. 

FINNEGAN, WALTER J., 101 Coolidge Ave., Car- 
teret, N.J. • Delta Kappa Pi; Sigma Epsilon Delta; 
Academy of Science; Varsity Club; Baseball; Chem- 
istry Honors Program; Intramurals; Student Affili- 
ate of American Chemical Society. 

FINNEGAN, WILLIAM T., 30 East 15th St., Bay- 
onne, N.J. • Gamma lota Alpha; N.F.C.C.S. 


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FINNERTY, ELIZABETH A., 3 Pavonia Court, Bay- 
onne, N.J. • R.N.A. 

FINNERTY, JAMES JOSEPH, 85 Franklin Ave., 
Nutley, N.J. • Gamma lota Alpha; Ski Club. 

FIORELLO, PAUL JOSEPH, 115 Ledgewood Ave., 
Newark, N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; 
Alpha Kappa Psi; N.F.C.C.S.; St. Thomas More 
Pre-Legal Society; Young Democrats. 

FISCHER, ROBERT A., 56 Brentwood Dr., Verona, 
N.J. • Academy of Science. 

FITZGERALD, EDWARD PETER, 162 Hillside Ave., 
Chatham, N.J. • Varsity Club; Soccer, Squash 
Racket, Co-Captain. 

FITZGERALD, LYNN PATRICK, 85 Bellevue Terr., 
Bloomfield, N.J. • Society for the Advancement of 
Management. 

FITZGIBBON, EDWARD MICHAEL JR., 87 North 
22nd St., East Orange, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau, 
Parliamentarian; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Student 
Senate; Triphibian Guard; Younq Democrats; Work- 
shop Theater; Blazer Ball and Junior Prom Com- 
mittees. 

FITZPATRICK, JOHN S., 7 Cathedral Dr., Lake- 
wood, N.J. • N.F.C.C.S.; St. Thomas More Pre- 
Legal Society; Young Democrats. 

FITZPATRICK, WILLIAM PATRICK, 301 Rumson 
Rd ., Little Silver, N.J. • Phi Beta, President; Shakes- 
peare Society; Intramurals. 

FLANAGAN, JOAN, 17 Ridge Rd., Lyndhurst, N.J. 

FLEMING, TIMOTHY MICHAEL, 6 Rydal PL, 
Montclair, N.J. • Booster Club; Delta Kappa Pi; 
Marketing Club; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officer's 
Club; Young Democrats; Junior Prom Committee; 
Gaelic Society. 

FLETCHER, JOHN J., 115 Fisher Ave., Bricktown, 
N.J. • Purchasing Agent Association of N.J.; Amer- 
ican Management Association. 

FLORCZAK, HENRY V., 817 Meacham Ave., Lin- 
den, N.J. 

FONTANA, LOUIS D., 1776 W. Nth St., Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. • Cosmopolitan Association; Finance As- 
sociation; Tennis; Dormitories' Council. 

FONTANELLA, STEPHEN JAMES, 135 Marion St., 
Paterson, N.J. • Academy of Science; Kappa Sig- 
ma Pi; Men's Glee Club; Young Republicans; In- 
tramurals. 

FORENZA, RUSSELL R., 681 Ellington Rd., Ridge- 
wood, N.J. • Finance Association; N.F.C.C.S.; In- 
tramurals. 

FORGIONE, VINCENT FRANK, 113 Columbia 
Ave., Newark, N.J. • Booster Club; Tau Kappa Ep- 
silon, Secretary; Society for the Advancement of 
Managers, Secretary. 

FORTANASCE, VINCENT M., 40 Diamond St., El- 
mont, N.Y. • Academy of Science; Art Club; Tau 
Sigma Phi; Younq Democrats; Varsity Club; Track; 
Wrestling. 

FRANKLIN, JOSEPH ANTHONY JR., 55 Green- 
wood Ave., West Orange, N.J. • Accounting Club, 
Secretary; Booster Club; Alpha Kappa Psi, Vice 
President; Chairman, First Annual Graduate Busi- 
ness Education Symposium; Chairman, Seventh 
Annual Career Day. 

FREESWICK, WILLIAM J., 58 Maple PL, Clifton, 
New Jersey. , 


FREIER, KARL F., 573 Langdon St., Orange, N.J. 

FRIEDMAN, CHERYL, 231 Lincoln Ave., Clifton, 
N.J. • Student National Education Association. 

FRIERY, JOHN ROBERT, NO Montclair Ave., New- 
ark, N.J. 

FR I SOLI, GARRY, 55 Smith St., Newark, N.J. • 
Academy of Science; Squash Raquets. 

FURFARO, ROBERT OLIVER, 246 Lincoln Ave., 
Newark, N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; 
N.F.C.C.S.; Chairman of Accounting Club Banquet 
1963, 1964; Chairman of Accounting Club Pep 

Rally Float 1964. 

GAETA, EUGENE ROBERT, 504 Bloomfield St., Ho- 
boken, N.J. • Academy of Science; Zeta Epsilon 
Tau, Vice President, Treasurer; R.O.T.C. Officer's 
Club; Triphibian Guard; Intramurals. 

GAIL, RICHARD JOHN, 216 Bell Ave., Hasbrouck 
Heights, N.J. • Academy of Science; Phi Kappa 
Theta, Social Director; Setonian Film Society; In- 
tramural. 

GAMBINO, ANTHONY J., 27 Cleremont Ave., 
North Brunswick, N.J. • Academy of Science; Mod- 
ern Language Club; Delta Epsilon Sigma. 

GAMBUTI, ROCCO ANGELO, 331 20th Ave., Pat- 
erson, N.J. • Booster Club; Kappa Sigma Pi, Presi- 
dent; Ski Club; Varsity Club; Intramural; Work- 
shop Theater. 

GAMCSIK, LORRAINE ELIZABETH, 780 Lehigh 
Ave., Union, N.J. • Sigma Theta Sigma, Charter 
Member; Fund Raising Committee, Co-Chairman; 
Booster Club; Seton Voice; Psychology Club, Sec- 
retary, Treasurer, Vice President; S.H.U. Tour of 
Europe, Secretary, Treasurer. 

GARDENIER, EDNA, 514 Skyline Lakes Dr., Wan- 
aque, N.J. 

GAWRON, ROBERT J., 721 Hussa St., Linden, N.J. 
• Philosophy Club. 

GAWRONIAK, LEO HENRY, 263 Lawrie St., Perth 
Amboy, N.J. • Young Americans for Freedom, Sec- 
retary; Student Captive Nations Information As- 
sociation. 

GAZDUS, JOHN J., 170 Plauderville Ave., Gar- 
field, N.J. • Accounting Club. 

GEMMA, NICHOLAS MICHAEL, 65 Rea Ave., 
Hawthorne, N.J. • Booster Club; Student National 
Education Association; Prom Committee; Senior 
Class, Vice President; Public Relations Director; 
Drama Club; Music Appreciation Club; Cardinal 
Mindszenty Club; Student Council, Representative; 
John F. Kennedy History Club; Debating Club. 

GERMANN, GEORGE, R.F.D. #1, Port Crane, 
N.Y. • Delta Sigma Delta; Mathematics Club; Var- 
sity Ciub, Vice President; Track Team, Captain; 
Cross Country Team, Captain. 

GERMINARIO, RALPH JOSEPH, 607 Hudson St., 
Hoboken, N.J. • Academy of Science; Zeta Epsi- 
lon Tau; Triphibian Guard; Intramurals. 

GIAMBATTISTA, JOSEPH PETER, JR., 130 Summer 
St., Orange, N.J. • Tau Kappa Epsilon; Account- 
ing Club; Finance Association; Scholarship Club. 

GIBBS, DONALD J.., 86- B Hastings Ave., Ruther- 
ford, N.J. 

GIEMZA, GERALD EDWARD, 98 Houston St., 
Newark 5, N.J. • Academy of Science; Setonian 
Film Society. 


GILES, MICHAEL FAMBRO, 117-39 140th St., 
Jamaica 36, N.Y. • Academy of Science; Almega 
Society; Booster Club, Vice President; Sigma Phi 
Nu, Pledge-Master; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Tri- 
phibian Guard; Young Democrats; Fencing; Intra- 
murals. 

GILGALLON, EDWARD WALDRON, 54 Green- 
wood Ave., Madison, N.J. • Booster Club; Delta 
Sigma Delta; Marketing Club; N.F.C.C.S., Treas- 
urer; Setonian, Business Manager and Advertising 
Manager; Chairman, Queen of the University 
Dance; Co-Chairman, Freshman Hazing Committee. 

GILL, MARGARET M., 281 Old Bergen Rd., Jer- 
sey City, N.J. 

GILLIGAN, MARTIN ROBERT, 56 Underwood St., 
Newark, N.J. • R.O.T.C. Officer's Club. 

GILLIGAN, THOMAS JOSEPH, 76 Midland Ave., 
Montclair, N.J. • Marketing Club. 

GILLIS, RAYMOND EDWARD, 67 Cedar St., 
Nutley, N.J. • Booster Club; Finance Association, 
Treasurer; Alpha Kappa Psi, Historian; Officer's 
Club; Triphibian Guard. 

GNATT, RAY, E., 17 Parkerson Rd., Edison, N.J. 

GODFREY, THOMAS ANDREW, 551 5th Ave., 
River Edge, N.J. • Physical Education Club. 

GOEBEL, CATHERINE ANNE, 13 West Oldis St., 
Rochelle Park, N.J. • Booster Club; Student Na- 
tional Education Association; Drama Club; Gal- 
leon; Choir; Literary Club. 

GOEZ, GEORGE, 24 Grand St., Garfield, N.J. • 
Elizabeth Seton Education Association. 

GOFFREDI, DAVID GEORGE, Summer Ave., Mino- 
tola, N.J. • Almega Society; Sigma Delta Psi, Vice 
President; Elizabeth Seton Education Association, 
President; N.F.C.C.S.; Dormitories’ Council, Execu- 
tive Board; St. Martin's Youth Center, Chairman; 
Student Personnel Co-ordinator. 

GOLANDO, LILLIAN A., 15-39 Elmary PL, Fair 
Lawn, N.J. • Booster Club; Drama Club; Student 
National Education Association; Junior Class, Treas- 
urer; Music Appreciation Club; Galleon, Co-Edi- 
tor; Student Council Representative; Dance Com- 
mittees. 

GOLDEN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, 20 Underwood 
St., Newark, N.J. • Delta Epsilon Sigma; Setonian 
Film Society. 

GONCZI, LESLIE ATTILA, 176 Clinton Ave., New- 
ark, N.J. • Academy of Science; Cosmopolitan As- 
sociation; Physics Club; Student Captive Nations 
Information Association, President. 

GORA, RAYMOND F., 808 Park View Terr., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. 

GORKA, JOSEPH ANTHONY, 9 Quaid Ave., 
Sayreville, N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Asso- 
ciation. 

GRABOWSKY, ALAN S., 456 E. 32nd St., Pater- 
son, N.J. • Literery Club; Booster Club; French 
Club; The Hall's Echo, Headline Editor; Student 
Council, Representative; Young Democrats; Music 
Appreciation Club; Drama Workshop; Debate 
Club; Bridge Club; Galleon, Co-Editor; Frisby ; 
University Club; Psychology Club, Founder, Presi- 
dent; Boat Ride, Chairman; Federated Student 
Government, Delegate, Recording Secretary; 
Queen of the University Dance Committee; Budget 
Study Committee; Dance Committees; Presidential 
Preference Ballot Committee; Wings. 


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GRADY, SHARON C., 56 Prospect Terr., East 
Rutherford, N.J. • International Relations Club; 
Student National Education Association; John F. 
Kennedy History Club. 

GRAHAM, ROBERT J., NO Maple Ave., Morris- 
town, N.J. 

GRAMEGNA, ANNETTE M., 41 Florence Ave., 
Bloomfield, N.J. 

GRANSTRAND, JOHN J. JR., 46 Richfield Court, 
Clifton, N.J. 

GRECCO, JOHN A., 559 5th St., Hoboken, N.J. 

GREEN, MITCHELL MARTIN, 661 Irvington Ave., 
Newark, N.J. • Accounting Club; Finance Associa- 
tion; Intramural. 

GREEN, PATRICIA MARY, 68-D Wabeno Ave., 
Springfield, N.J. • R.N.A. 

GRIPPO, FRANK JOSEPH, 176 North Hill Rd., 
Colonia, N.J. • Accounting Club; Delta Kappa Pi. 

GRISWOLD, MARILYN D., 722 Park Ave., Union 
Beach, N.J. • Student Education Association; Jun- 
ior and Senior Class President; Freshman Class 
Treasurer. 

GRYBOWSKI, FRANCINE ANELIA, II Sunset St., 
Somerville, N.J. • Thomas McHugh Chapter of the 
N.J.S.E.A., President, Vice President; Tri-Campus 
Social, Chairman; N.J.S.E.A. Convention Delegate; 
Leadership Conference, Recorder; Speakers Bu- 
reau, All College Conference, Delegate; The Seton 
Voice, News Editor, Policies Committee, Senior Ad- 
visory Board; Phi Delta Pi, Historian, Program 
Committee; Galleon; Student Council, Representa- 
tive; Literary Club; Glee Club. 

GUARDINO, CHARLES JOSEPH, 43 Mercer St., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Physical Education Club; 

R. O.T.C. Officer's Club; Varsity Club; Soccer Team 
Manager. 

GUIDERA, GRACE ANN, 204 Berkeley Ave., 
Bloomfield, N.J. • Registered Nurses Association. 

GUIMARA, JOANNE, GRACE, 188 Kearny St., 
Paterson, N.J. • Alpha Pi Epsilon, Secretary, Vice 
President; Booster Club; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; . Drama Club; Galleon; The Hall's 
Echo, Feature Editor; Dance Committees; Student 
Council Variety Show; Junior Prom Committee; 
Children's Christmas Party; Hazing Committee. 

GULICK, JOHN G., 2 Robert PL, Oakhurst, N.J. 

HACKER, RICHARD PAUL, 329 East Columbia 
Ave., Palisades Park, N.J. • Ski Club. 

HAINDL, FRANCES M., 60 Van Riper Ave., Clif- 
ton, N.J. • Phi Delta Pi, House Mother; Guidance 
Representative; Sophomore Class, Secretary; N.J.- 

S. S.N.A.; Women's Glee Club; Senior Prom, Co- 
Chairman; Junior-Senior Dinner, Co-Chairman; Stu- 
dent-Faculty Alumni Dinner. 

HALL, LAWRENCE ALOYSIUS, 739 Hamilton St., 
Harrison, N.J. • Cosmopolitan Association, Secre- 
tary; Varsity Club; Soccer, Co-Captain. 

HALLERAN, VINCENT EDWARD, 196 Broadway, 
Keyport, N.J. • International Relations Club, Treas- 
urer; N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian Film Society; Young 
Democrats, Treasurer. 

HALKOWICH, JOHN T., 795 West Lincoln Ave., 
Newark, N.J. • Pershing Rifles; R.O.T.C. Officer's 
Club. 


HAMDAN, HAMDAN A., 255 Ward PL, South 
Orange, N.J. • Accounting Club; Cosmopolitan 
Association, Vice President; International Relations 
Club; Soccer; Junior Chamber of Commerce, South 
Orange Chapter. 

HANRAHAN, WILLIAM P., 134 Linden Ave., Belle- 
ville, N.J, 

HANSEN, JOHN RAYMOND, 132 Bostwick Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education As- 
sociation; Triphibian Guard. 

HANTSON, RICHARD F. ( 396 Michigan Ave., Pat- 
erson, N.J. 

HARDY EDMOND W. JR., 25 Chestnut St., Boon- 
ton, N.J. • Accounting Club; Phi Beta, Treasurer; 
Intramural. 

HARRIGAN, JOSEPH D. ( 933 Jefferson Ave., Eliz- 
abeth, N.J. 

HARRIS, MARIE, 84 Steuben St., East Orange, N.J. 

HARVATH, CHARLOTTE E., 332 North 12th St., 
Newark, N.J. • S.E.A.; Social Action Club. 

HAUCK, ANTHONY A. IV, 86-17 53rd Ave., Elm- 
hurst, N.Y. • Accounting Club; Sigma Delta Psi; 
N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian Film Society; Intramural Track; 
Intramurals; Galleon Staff; Public Relations Man- 
ager. 

HAYEK, KENNETH JOSEPH, 115 East Clinton 
Ave., Bergenfield, N.J. • Booster Club. 

HAYES, JOSEPH PATRICK, 164 Kingsley Ave., 
Staten Island, N.Y. • Booster Club; Elizabeth Seton 
Education Association. 

HEDING, MARYANNE WUJCIAK, 253 Midland 
Ave., East Orange, N.J. • Bayley Review, Newark 
Editor; Philosophy Club; Seton Call, Editor-in- 
Chief; Student Council, Representative; Galleon, 
Newark Representative; Literary Club; Cross Keys; 
Federated Student Government, Delegate. 

HEFFERNAN, ANNE MARIE, 114 Ely St., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. • Registered Nurse Association; Feder- 
ated Student Government, Delegate. 

HEIM, WILLIAM JOSEPH, 120 Anderson Ave., 
Bellmawr, N.J. • Academy of Science; Almega So- 
ciety, Secretary, Treasurer; Biology Research; 
N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian Film Society; International 
Pre-Medical Honors Society; American Chemical 
Society, Student Affiliate; National Scholastic Hon- 
ors Fraternity. 

HEINZMANN, HENRY GEORGE, 13 Sherman 
Ave., Jersey City, N.J. • Academy of Science; 
N.F.C.C.S. 

HEISZER, JOHN STEPHEN, 2090 Kay Ave., Union, 
N.J. • Art Club, Recording Secretary; Booster 
Club; Omega Pi, Secretary; St. Thomas More Pre- 
Legal Society; Setonian Film Society; Student Sen- 
ate, Secretary-Senior Class; Workshop Theater; Var- 
sity Club; Galleon; Junior Class Dance, Chairman; 
Junior Prom, Publicity Committee; Sophomore 
Dance; Publicity Committee. 

HELFENSTEIN, THOMAS P., II Garwood Trail, 
Denville, N.J. 

HELMS, HARRIET ELIZABETH, 595 Boulevard, Has- 
brouck Heights, N.J. • Booster Club; Choir; Drama 
Club; Student National Education Association; 
Psychology Club; Open Mind; Galleon; Literary 
Club; Wings. 

HERUDEK, GEORGE T., 100 Ridgedafe Ave., 

Cedar Knolls, N.J. • Modern Langauge Club; 
N.F.C.C.S. 


HIRN, FREDERICK DAVID, 20 Pine St., Verona, 
N.J. • Marketing Club. 

HOBBS, ALICE O., 129 Williams St., East Orange, 
New Jersey. 

HOCHKEPPEL, JOSEPH EDWARD, 112 Maple- 
wood Ave., Wayne, N.J. • Kappa Sigma Pi, Secre- 
tary; Marketing Club, Vice President; A.I.E.S.E.C., 
President. 

HODGE, DENNIS, 4 Libby Ave., Pompton Plains, 
N.J. • Marketing Club; N.F.C.C.S. 

HOGAN, WILLIAM, 557 Devon St., Kearny, N.J. 

• Booster Club; Economics Club. 

HOLT, WILLIAM F., 155 Dundee Ave., Paterson, 
N.J. • Student Council, Treasurer. 

HOLTZ, STEWART, 22 N. Montgomery Ave., At- 
lantic City, N.J. 

HOLUM, THOMAS EDWARD, 1528 N. Lotus Ave., 
Chicago 5, III. • National Student Association, 
Junior, Senior Delegate, Campus Coordinator; St. 
Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Ski Club; Fencing. 

HOPKINS, EDWARD, 174 Freeman Ave., E. Or- 
ange, N.J. • Kappa Tau Lambda, Secretary. 

HORESTA, GEORGE JAMES, 149 Elmwood Drive, 
Clifton, N.J. • Academy of Science; Student Lib- 
eral Alliance. 

HORNICK, ADELBERT, 1861 Vaux Hall Rd., New- 
ark, N.J. 

HOURIHAN, JOSEPH C., 200 Atlantic St., Pat- 
erson 3, N.J. • Academy of Science; American 
Chemical Society, Student Affiliate; National Sci- 
ence Foundation, Student Grant; Intramurals. 

HOVAN, ROSE MARIE, 306 High St., Newark, N.J. 

HOY, DANIEL, 30 Lakewood Terr., Bloomfield, N.J. 

• Booster Club; Delta Kappa Pi; N.F.C.C.S.; Young 
Democrats, Treasurer. 

HUBBARD, ANNETTE M., 24 Johnson Ave., New- 
ark, N.J. 

HUGHES, TIMOTHY, 319 Centre St., South Or- 
ange, N.J. • Booster Club; Varsity Club; Basket- 
ball Manager; Baseball Manager; Intramurals. 

HUNT, DOROTHY M., 387 Seymour Ave., Newark, 
New Jersey. 

HUNT, JAMES, 207 Stuyvesant Ave., Newark, N.J. 

• Setonian Film Society. 

HURLER, JOHN G., 633 Marshall St., Elizabeth, 
N.J. • Math Club, Treasurer; Modern Language 
Club; Setonian Film Society. 

HURLEY, JOHN, 1004 Harding Rd., Newark, N.J. 

• Booster Club; Marketing Club; Triphibian Guard; 
Young Democrats. 

IANNACONE, JOSEPH, 230 East 18th St., Pater- 
son, N.J. 

IAVARONE, JOSEPH A., 310 New Jersey Ave., 
Point Pleasant, N.J. • Academy of Science; Booster 
Club; Phi Kappa Theta. 

IMGRUND, ROBERT BRIAN, 59 Quimby PL, West 
Orange, N.J. • Booster Club; Young Americans for 
Freedom; Workshop Theatre; WSOU Public Rela- 
tions Director; Gaelic Society; Knights of Setonia. 

INGUAGGIATO, JOHN, 26 Burnett Terr., Maple- 
wood, N.J. • Cosmopolitan Association; Elizabeth 
Seton Education Association; Men's Glee Club; 
N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian; Setonian Film Society; Ski 
Club; Young Democrats; Galleon. 


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INGUAGIATO, ROBERT, 98 Grand St., Garfield, 
N .J. • Marketinq Club. 

INSELBERG, ROBERT, I Girard PI., South Orange, 
N.J. • Booster Club; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal 
Society; Ski Club; Young Democrats. 

IODICE, VINCENT JOSEPH, 119 Madison St., Pat- 
erson, N.J. • Academy of Science; Modern Lan- 
guage Club; Young Democrats; Intramurals. 

IPPOLITO, ANNETTE CAROLYN, 325 Sip Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • S.E.A.; Junior Class, Treasurer; 
Student Council, Representative; Junior Ring 
Dance Committee; Galleon. 

ISKRA, DOROTHY, M., 19 West 52nd St., Bay- 
onne, NJ. 

JABLONSKI, JOSEPH, 31 Saybrook PL, Newark 2, 
N.J. • Bayley Review; Poetry Editor; Setonian, 
News, Features Staff; Literary Club, Secretary. 

JAKUBOWSKI, THEODORE, 325 Walnut St., Ro- 
selle, N.J. 

JARSEN, VICTORIA A., 80 Magnolia Rd., Iselin, 
N.J. • S.E.A.; Modern Language Club, Secretary; 
N.F.C.C.S.; National Student Association, Secre- 
tary; Setonian, Copy Editor; WSOU, Announcer; 
French Club, Vice President. 

JASCOTT, DENNIS JOHN, 10 Chanceville PL, 
Middletown, N.J. • Academy of Science; Tau 
Kappa Epsilon, I.F.C. Delegate; Varsity Club; Fenc- 
ing; Interfraternity Council, Secretary; Scholarship 
Club; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pre-Medical Honor So- 
ciety, Treasurer. 

JASKOT, ETHEL SZARVAS, 30 Wessington Ave., 
Garfield, N.J. • N.E.A.; History Club; Booster 
Club. 

JENKINS, PATRICK JOSEPH, 24 Westover Terr., 
West Orange, N.J. • Setonian; Triphibian Guard; 
Younq Americans for Freedom; Student Captive 
Nations Information Association; WSOU, Engineer. 

JENSEN, MARIA CHRISTINE, 50 Clinton Ave., 
New Providence, N.J. • Booster Club; Phi Delta Pi, 
Vice President; Sodality, Prefect and Vice Prefect; 
Federated Student Government; Student Council; 
N.J.S.S.N.A.; Senior Slass Skit Committee. 

JOHNSON, GEORGE W., 4 William St., North 
Albington, N.J. • Intramurals. 

JOHNSTON, WINIFRED LOUISE, II Vernon Terr., 
East Orange, N.J. • Ski Club; Social Action Club. 

JUDGE, JOHN G., 21 Helen PL, Newark, N.J. 

KANE, EILEEN PATRICIA, 1810 Borland Rd., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. • Booster Club; Sigma Theta Sigma, Co- 
Cha irman of Service Committee; Junior Class and 
Senior Class, Treasurer; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Galleon. 

KAPLAN, G. PETER, 280 Fairview Ave., Paramus, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Phi Kappa Theta; 
N.F.C.C.S.; Workshop Theatre; Galleon, Executive 
Editor. 

KARDASH, WILLIAM J., 82 Midland Ave., Gar- 
field, N.J. • Academy of Science; Art Club; Biol- 
ogy Research; Booster Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
Secretary, Historian; International Relations Club; 
St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Setonian; Var- 
sity Club; Squash Rackets; Scholarship Club; Jun- 
ior Prom Ticket Committee. 

KEANE, PATRICIA, 83 West Allendale Ave., Allen- 
dale, N.J. • Booster Club; Music Appreciation 
Club; John F. Kennedy History Club; Modern Lan- 
guage Club. 


KEANE, WILLIAM J., 35-37 97th St., Corona, N.Y. 

KEENAN, WILLIAM, 19 Wellington Ave., West 
Orange, N.J. • Accounting Club; Marketing Club; 
Intramurals; Gaelic Society. 

KELLER, KENNETH, I Cedar Terr., Newark, N.J. 

• Triphibian Guard. 

KELLY, JOHN L., 313 Hathaway Lane, Wynnewood, 
Pa. • Pershinq Rifles; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; St. 
Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Setonian; Ski Club; 
Student Senate; Workshop Theater; WSOU. 

KELLY, JOHN R., 47 Hinchman Ave., Denville, N.J. 

• Booster Club; Alpha Kappa Psi; Economics Club, 
President; Mathematics Club; N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian 
Film Society; Triphibian Guard; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management, Vice President. 

KELLY, JOSEPH F., J27 Church St., Rockaway, N.J. 

• Varsity Club; Golf; Gaelic Club. 

KELLY, THOMAS AMBROSE, 245 West End Ave., 
Newark, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau; N.F.C.C.S.; Na- 
tional Student Association; St. Thomas More Pre- 
Legal Society, Publicity Chairman; Setonian, Pho- 
tographer; Knights of Setonia, Freshman Year. 

KENNEDY, GEORGE THOMAS, 150 Palisade Rd., 
Elizabeth, N.J. • Phi Kappa Theta; N.F.C.C.S.; Per- 
shing Rifles, Color Guard Commander, Trick Drill 
Commander, SI Personnel; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; 
Student Council Representative; Military Ball Com- 
mittee; Hazing Committee, Sophomore Year; 
Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Dance Committe; 
Intramurals; Battalion Commander R.O.T.C.; Dis- 
tinguished Military Student; Senior Corporation. 

KENNEDY, JAMES ALOYSIUS, 54 Pillot PL, West 
Orange, N.J. • St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; 
Setonian; Student Senate; Junior, Senior Class 
Prom Committees; Sophomore, Junior Class Dance, 
Entertainment Chairman; Omega Pi, President, 
Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary. 

KENNEDY, JOHN, 400 East Muir Ave., Hazleton, 
Pa. • Booster Club; Sigma Phi Nu, Pledgemaster 
and Committee for National Recognition and Ath- 
letic Director; Setonian Film Society; Baseball, 
Freshman; Intramurals. 

KENNEDY, THOMAS ALBERT, 49 Pine Terr. East, 
Short Hills, N..J. • Physics Club; Ski Club; Varsity 
Club; Tennis; Squash Rackets, Captain. 

KENT, KAREN P., 403 Claremont Ave., Montclair, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Sigma Theta Sigma, Treasurer, 
Pledgemistress; Federated Student Government, 
Delegate; Student Council; Junior Class, Vice Pres- 
ident; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Swim Club; Glee Club, Ush- 
erette; Junior Ring Dance Committee; Senior Class 
Skit Committee, Chairman. 

KERN, WILLIAM, 31 Orange Heights Ave., West 
Orange, N.J. • Delta Kappa Pi; Marketing Club; 
Young Democrats; Intramurals; Society for Ad- 
vancement of Management. 

KIJAK, JOHN, 276 New York Ave., Newark, N.J. • 
Academy of Science; Delta Sigma Delta, President; 
Varsity Club; Wrestling. 

KILCOMMONS, PETER STEPHEN, 38 North Ken- 
sington Ave., Rockville, Centre, N.Y. • Booster 
Club, President; Student Council, Representative, 
Treasurer, President; Kappa Tau Lambda, Pledge- 
master; I.F.C. Delegate; Elizabeth Seton Education 
Association; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; 
St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Student Sen- 
ate; Young Americans for Freedom; Young Repub- 
licans; Dorm Hazing Co-Chairman; Senior Corpora- 
tion; Gaelic Society; Pirate Cheerleader. 


KILKENNY, THOMAS JOSEPH, 524 Sandford 
Ave., Newark, N.J. • Pershing Rifles; Varsity Club; 
Squash Rackets; WSOU, News Director. 

KINASZCZUK, PAULINE, 776 Mountain Blvd., 
Watchung, N.J. • N.J.S.S.N.A.; Junior Ring Dance 
Committee. 

KIZIUKIEWICZ, A. EDWARD, JR., 221 Isabella 
Ave., Irvington, N.J. • Booster Club; Elizabeth 
Seton Education Association; Math Club; St. 
Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Ski Club; Triphib- 
ian Guard; Basketball; Intramurals. 

KLEMM, SUZANNE MARIE, 14 Hudson Ave., East 
Orange, N.J. • Booster Club; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Junior- 
Senior Dinner Committee; Capping Committee, 
Chairman; Federated Student Government, Dele- 
gate. 

KNAPP, JOSEPH A., 40 Crescent Rd., South Or- 
ange, N.J. • Pershing Rifles; Conference of Inter- 
American Student Projects, Project Director. 

KOBILNYK, MICHAEL, 494 South 18th St., New- 
ark, N.J. • Cosmopolitan Association; Tau Beta 
Sigma; Young Republicans; Varsity Club; Soccer. 

KOCH, EUGENE R., 82 Essex St., Jersey City, N.J. 

KOCUN, CHARLES J., 365 Ashley St., Perth Am- 
boy, N.J. • Mathematics Club; Intramurals. 

KOGER, WILLIAM, Stonetown Rd., Wanaque, N.J. 

• Physical Education Club. 

KOLASKA, JAN M., 56 Elmwood Ave., Union, N.J. 

• Accounting Club; Phi Beta, Vice President. 

KOZLOWSKI, JOHN A., 15 East 25th St., Bay- 
onne, N.J. 

KRASNOMOWITZ, RICHARD, 39-06 Taylor Rd., 
Fair Lawn, N.J. • N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officer's 
Club, President; Triphibian Guard, Executive Offi- 
cer; Military Ball, Committee Chairman; R.O.T.C. 
Brigade Commander, Cadet Colonel; Senior Cor- 
poration; Intramurals; Triphibian Guard Trick Drill 
Team; Distinguished Military Graduate. 

KRAUS, CATHERINE THERESE, 500 South Center 
St., Orange, N.J. • Registered Nurses Association. 

KRISANDA, THEODORE JOSEPH, 321 William St., 
South Orange, N.J. • Setonian Film Society. 

KUCHAR, THEODORE J., 32 Chestnut St., Avenel, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; Marketing Club. 

KUCHARSKI, ROBERT XAVIER, 15 Miller St., 
South River, N.J. • Booster Club; St. Thomas More 
Pre-Legal Society; Setonian; Setonian Film Society; 

I ntramurals. 

KUNZ, WILLIAM, 441 Holly Ave., Paramus, N.J. • 
Booster Club; Finance Association; Pershing Rifles, 
Trick Drill Team; Intramurals. 

LACARA, RAYMOND JOSEPH, 144 Adams St., 
Newark, N.J. • Booster Club; Finance Association; 
Lambda Kappa Phi; Intramurals. 

LA FORGE, ELIZABETH ANN, 526 West Side Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. 

LAGATTUTA, JAMES ANTHONY, 430 Highland 
Ave., Wood-Ridge, N.J. • Academy of Science, 
Cosmopolitan Association; Delta Epsilon Sigma; 
National Scholastic Fraternity. 

LAGRUTTA, ROBERT E., 78 E. Bradford Ave., 
Cedar Grove, N.J. 

LAMB, JANET MARIE, 54 Ardsley Rd., Montclair, 
N.J. • Booster Club; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Junior-Senior 
Dinner, Chairman; Prom Committee. 


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LAMBERT, PATRICIA MARIE, II Ryerson Ave., 
Paterson, N.J. • Booster Club; Student National 
Education Association; Sodality. 

LANDRIGAN, CAROL JUNE, 706 82nd St., North 
Bergen, N.J. • Booster Club; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Dance Committees; Galleon; 
Alpha Pi Epsilon, President. 

LANGWAY, STEPHEN N. ( 171 Montclair Ave., 
Montclair, N.J. • Accounting Club, Secretary; 
Dean's List. 

LA RUSSO, ANTHONY JOSEPH, 14 Rolling Hill 
Rd ., Short Hills, N.J. • Delta Sigma Delta; Seton- 
ian, Sports Writer. 

LASOTA, EDWARD F., 717 Grier Ave., Elizabeth, 
New Jersey. 

LAZAR, GEORGE C., 97 Sackett St., Jersey City, 
New Jersey. 

LEAHY, ELAINE ANN, 60 Roosevelt Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. • S.E.A., Program Chairman; Senior 
Prom Committee; Freshman and Sophomore Class, 
President. 

LEIGHTON, JESSE S., 88 Reynolds Dr., Eatontown, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Art Club, President; 
Booster Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Social Chairman; 
Scholarship Club, Chairman. 

LENORMAND, &EORGE T., 126 David PL, Hills- 
dale, N.J. • Academy of Science; Booster Club; 
Omega Pi; Setonian Film Society; Varsity Club; 
Wrestling. 

LEONE, SERGIO O., 45 Kingwood Ave., French- 
town, N.J. • Booster Club; Cosmopolitan Club; 
Delta Kappa Pi, Athletic Director, I.F.C. Rep.; 
Elizabeth Seton Education Association; Men's Glee 
Club; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Young 
Democrats; Varsity Club; Fencing; Intramurals; 
I.F.C. Field Day Chairman, 1964; Breakfast Club; 
Senior Corporation. 

LEPORE, DORIS ANN, 1418 Central Ave., Union 
City, N.J. 

LEUTHNER, EDWARD JOHN, 300 Marshall Dr., 
Hoboken, N.J. • Basketball; Football; Drama Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Management. 

LEVANDUSKY, RONALD, 108 Sheraton Ave., Cin- 
naminson, N.J. • Academy of Science; Almega So- 
ciety; Art Club; Sigma Delta Psi, Treasurer; Seton- 
ian Film Society. 

LEVIEN, ROBERT J. ( 1026 Woolley Ave., Union, 
New Jersey. 

LIEB, TED C., 467 Lincoln Ave., Orange, N.J. 

LILIEN, NEIL, 491 Mayhew Court, South Orange, 
N.J. • Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment. 

LINANE, JAMES, 15 Louis St., Newark, N.J. 

LIPSEY, INEZ V., 140 Stephens St., Belleville, N.J. 

LISNOCK, GERALD J., 136 Livingston St., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. • Accounting Club; N.F.C.C.S.; Tri- 
phibian Guard; Senior Corporation. 

LIUZZA, CARMEN J., 35 Halsted St., Newark, N.J. 
• Mathematics Club; Triphibian Guard. 

LLEWELLYN, JOSEPH W., 134 Valley Rd., Mont- 
clair, N.J. • Academy of Science; Modern Lan- 
guage Club; Young Democrats; Intramurals. 


LOBB, JAMES FREDERICK, 520 Linwood Ave., 
Ridgewood, N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; 
Student Council, Student Activities Chairman; Uni- 
versity Club; Drama Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management, Secretary, President. 

LONGSTREET, PAUL JOSEPH, 538 Linwood Ave., 
Ridgewood, N.J. • Student Liberal Alliance; Tri- 
phibian Guard; Young Democrats. 

LORENZO, MICHAEL THOMAS, 822 E. 22nd St., 
Paterson, N.J. • Student National Education Asso- 
ciation. 

LOSPINOSO, RICHARD ALLEN, 819 Rebeca PL, 
Elizabeth, N.J. • Finance Association; Intramurals. 

LUCIBELLO, ALAN J., 298 Central Ave., Haw- 
thorne, N.J. • Booster Club; Elizabeth Seton Educa- 
tion Association; Student Senate, Social Chairman; 
Young Republicans; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Executive Co-ordinator; Publicity Chairman 
of the Senior Class Corporation Concerts; Board 
of Trustees of Senior Class Corporation; Dance 
Committees. 

LUFTGLASS, MATTHEW, 1740 Grand Ave., Bronx 
53, N.Y. • Booster Club, Cheerleader; Sigma Phi 
Nu, Pledgemaster, Vice President, Manager, Soft- 
ball Team; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Military Ball 
Committee; Setonian Film Society; Psychology 
Club; Rifle Team; Intramurals; Secretary of the 
Intramural League. 

LUPO, VINCENT L. JR., 104 Mohr Ave., Bloom- 
field, N.J. • Booster Club; Alpha Kappa Phi, Mas- 
ter of Rituals; Marketing Club, Secretary, Presi- 
dent; N.F.C.C.S.; National Student Association; 
R.O.T.C. Officer’s Club; Setonian; Student Senate, 
Secretary; Triphibian Guard; Inter Club Council, 
Executive Board; Publicity Chairman of Career 
Day; The International Association of Students in 
Economics and Commerce; Military Ball Commit- 
tee; Junior Prom, Ticket Committee. 

MacGLAFLIN, ROBERT G., 157 State St., Bloom- 
field, N.J. • Booster Club; Delta Kappa Pi; Eliza- 
beth Seton Education Association; Men's Glee 
Club; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Seton- 
ian Film Society; Triphibian Guard; Young Demo- 
crats; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team; R.O.T.C. Flight Pro- 
gram. 

MACKEY, JOHN PATRICK, Scuders Lane, Glen- 
wood Landing, N.Y. • Booster Club; Gaelic So- 
ciety; Intramurals. 

MacNEAL, ROBERT W., 2 Canterbury Rd., Wan- 
aque, N.J. • Physical Education Club, Treasurer; 
Booster Club; Delta Sigma Delta, I.F.C. Delegate; 
Young Republicans; Soccer, Freshman; Intramurals; 
Junior Dance, Ticket Chairman. 

MADEO, RICHARD P., 259 Florence Ave., Colonia, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon; N.F.- 
C.C.S.; Intramurals. 

MAGEE, JAMES JOSEPH, 216 E. Columbia Ave., 
Palisades Park, N.J. 

MAGER, RICHARD STEVEN, 1 10-C Wavecrest 
Ave., Winfield Park, N.J. • Tau Sigma Phi, His- 
torian, Advisory Board; Elizabeth Seton Education 
Association, Secretary; Varsity Club; Swimming. 

MAHON, JAMES PATRICK, 93 Trask Ave., Bay- 
onne, N.J. 

MAHONEY, JOHN WILLIAM, 70 West 9th St., 
Bayonne, N.J. 

MAJO, THEODORA JEAN, 65 Garrison St.. Pat- 
erson, N.J. 


MAIORINO, DAVID EUGENE, Route 33, Robbins- 
ville, N.J. • American Chemical Society. 

MALANGA, LOUIS G., 51 Watsessinq Ave., Belle- 
ville, N.J. • Physical Education Club. 

MALLON, GERALD J., 107 Roosevelt Blvd., Jersey 
City, N.J. • Student Council, Sgt.-at-Arms, Presi- 
dent; Federated Student Government, Delegate; 
S.A.M., President; Alpha Epsilon Mu; International 
Association of Evening Student Councils, Regional 
President, International President; Marketing Club; 
Galleon; The Seton Call, Assistant Layout Editor; 
The Hazard, Layout Editor. 

MANDEL, RICHARD, 71 Serpentine Rd., Demarest, 
N.J. • R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; R.O.T.C. Marching 
Band. 

MANGAN, JAMES JOSEPH, 167 Cedar Ave., 
Hackensack, N.J. • Setonian Film Society; Ski Club. 

MANGIACOTTI, FRANK, 16 Madison St., Wash- 
ington, N.J. • Sigma Delta Psi; Elizabeth Seton 
Education Association; National Student Associa- 
tion. 

MANLEY, JOAN ANN ELIZABETH, 538 Chestnut 
St., Kearny, N.J. • Drama Club; Cross Keys, Char- 
ter Member and Vice President; Spanish Club; 
A.E.M., Secretary; Federated Student Government, 
Vice President; Literary Club; Philosophy Club; 
Ski Club, Trip Co-ordinator; S.A.M.; Student Coun- 
cil, Rec. Secretary, Vice President, Corres. Secre- 
tary; The Seton Call, Editor-in-Chief, Associate 
Editor; The Hazard, Editor-in-Chief; I.A.E.S.C., Del- 
egate; Miss Seton Hall Dance, Chairman; First 
Student Handbook, Student Editor; Communion 
Breakfast, Ticket Chairman; Galleon. 

MANNA, THOMAS J., 1226 Crescent Ave., Ros- 
elle, N.J. • Lambda Kappa Psi, Treasurer; Intra- 
murals. 

MANNO, BARBARA A., 

• Galleon; Sophomore Class Secretary; 

Seton Voice, Typing Editor, Photographer; Phi Delta 
Pi Sorority, Alumni Secretary, Program Committee; 
N.E.A.; S.E.A., Membership Chairman, Speakers 

Bureau, Delegate to: Blairstown Convention, All- 
College Conference, Leadership Conference, Com- 
mittee Member for Tri-Campus Social; Literary 
Club, Representa tive* to Student Council; Glee 
Club; Committee Member for Senior Tribute. 

MAREE, JOSEPH, 137 Shepard Ave., Newark, N.J. 
• Accounting Club; Basketball; Baseball; Tennis. 

MARI, FRANK X., 19 Vreeland Terr., Jersey City, 
N.J. • Marketing Club, Charter Member. 

MARREN, ELISSA S., 14 Little Ave., Delran, N.J. 

MARTIN, BRUCE ALBERT, 204 Freeman St., Wood- 
bridge, N.J. • Booster Club; Gamma lota Alpha; 
Marketing Club. 

MARTINO, LOUISE MARIE, 786 Nixon Rd., Union, 
N.J. • Galleon, Newark Editor; Dean's List; The 
Seton Voice, Cultural Editor; Evening Student 
Council, Treasurer; Federated Student Government, 
Delegate; Thomas McHugh Chapter of N.J.S.E.A., 
Secretary; N.J.S.E.A. Convention, Delegate; Ski 
Club; Literary Club. 

MARTISOFSKI, VERNA D., 40 South Munn Ave., 
East Orange, N.J. 

MATHES, WILLIAM, 27 Hillside Ave., Cedar 
Grove, N.J. • Academy of Science; Pershing Rifles; 
Intramurals; Sigma Upsilon Mu; Senior Corpora- 
tion. 


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MATTHEWS, JAMES JOSEPH, 7 West Clinton 
Ave., Bergenfield, N.J. • Accounting Club, Vice 
President; Society tor the Advancement of Man- 
agement. 

MATTHIESSEN, JAMES, 26 Mist Lane, Westbury, 
N.Y. • Accounting Club; Booster Club. 

MAZIARSKI, ELEANOR MARY, 357 Myrtle Ave., 
Irvington, N.J. • Student Council, Vice President, 
President; Federated Student Government, Treas- 
urer; Sodality of Our Lady; A.E.M.; Cross Keys. 

MAZZA, JOSEPH PETER, 301 Paterson Plank Rd., 
East Rutherford, N.J. • Academy of Science; Biol- 
ogy Research; Phi Kappa Theta; Modern Language 
Club; Triphibian Guard; Young Americans for 
Freedom; Rifle Team. 

McBRIDE, ANN MARIE, 84 Chestnut St., West Or- 
ange, N.J. • Sigma Theta Sigma Sorority, President, 
Vice President, Social and Service Committees; 
Junior Class President; Freshman Student Council 
Treasurer; Senior Fund Raising Committee, Co- 
Chairman; Chairman Co-ordinating and Orientation 
Committees; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Student Council. 

McClellan, Kathleen, p., 24 Argyie pi., 

Kearny, N.J. • Sophomore Class, Treasurer; Junior 
Class, Vice President; Seton Voice, Editorial Editor. 

McCORMICK, KENNETH J., 884 Corell Ave., 
South Orange, N.J. • Art Club; N.F.C.C.S. 

McCORMACK, Martin P., 310 Fairmount Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Marketing Club; Philosophy 
Club. 

McCORMICK, PATRICIA ANNE, 210 North Viv- 
yen St., Bergenfield, N.J. • Modern Language 
Club; Drama Club; Choir; Psychology Club; Stu- 
dent National Education Association, Secretary. 

McDADE, HENRY, 89 North 22nd St., East Orange, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Delta Sigma Delta, 
Vice President; Modern Language Club; Psychol- 
ogy Club. 

McDEVITT, GEORGE WILLIAM, 

• Accounting Club; Booster 

Club; Finance Association; Economics Club; Mar- 
keting Club; S.A.M.; Knights of Setonia. 

McFADDEN, MICHAEL GERALD, P.O. Box 233, 
Veterans’ Hospital, Lyons, N.J. 

McGUIRE, WILLIAM T., 375 Warwick Ave., South 
Orange, N.J. 

McKENZIE, ANDREW M., 309 Lincoln Ave., East 
Paterson, N.J.® Philosophy Club. 

McNAMEE, BERNARD A., 527 Morris Ave., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. 

McNEIECE, CHARLES G., 270 Tashua Rd., Con- 
neticut, N.J. • Delta Sigma Delta, Secretary; Mar- 
keting Club; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Setonian; 
Triphibian Guard; Rifle Team, Captain; N.F.C.C.S.; 
Sophomore Dance Committee. 

McNEILL, JOHN, 64 Glenwood Ave., Jersey City, 
N.J. • Omega Pi; International Relations Club; 
Modern Language Club; Setonian Film Society; 
Young Republicans. 

McQUEEN, WALTER, 5 Somerset St., Newark, N.J. 

MEIRE, HERBERT JOSEPH, 459 Wilson Ave., 
Lyndhurst, N.J. • Sigma Upsilon Mu; C.I.A.S.P. and 
Project Honduras; Intramurals. 

MELILLO, GLORIA E., 258 Ampere Parkway, 
Bloomfield, N.J.; Booster Club; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Stu- 
dent-Faculty Alumnae Luncheon, Chairman; Sigma 


Theta Sigma, Scholarship and Social Chairman; 
Capping Committee; Fund Raising Committee. 

MELITO, PHILIP, 815 Clifton Ave., Newark, N.J. • 
Physical Education Club. 

MELTZER, ALAN SAMUEL, 37 Rutgers St., Irving- 
ton, N.J. • Accounting Club; Intramurals. 

MENEVE, RUSSELL DAVID, 496 Lafayette Ave., 
Hawthorne, N.J. • Sigma Alpha Beta; Dance Com- 
mittee; Drama Club; Society for the Advancement 
of Management. 

MEOLA, GERALD, 409 N. 13th St., Newark, N.J. • 
Accounting Club, Treasurer, President; Booster 
Club; Alpha Kappa Psi, Treasurer; R.O.T.C. Offi- 
cer's Club; Varsity Club; Swimming, Captain; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior Class, Treasurer. 

MEOLA, ROCCO J., 685 North 7th St., Newark 7, 
N.J. • Student Assistant to the Department of 
Psychology. 

METZGER, PAUL G., 35 Rosedale Ave., Millburn, 
N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Association; 
Young Democrats; Intramurals; Senior Corporation; 
Sigma Upsilon Mu. 

METZGER, THOMAS ALOYSIUS, 1035 Quirrel- 
wood Rd., West Paterson, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau, 
Treasurer, Executive Committee, Social Activities 
Committee; Seton Hall University Math. Club; 
Modern Language Club; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C Of- 
ficer's Club; Setonian, Feature Staff; Triphibian 
Guard; Junior, Senior Prom Committees; Intra- 
murals; Senior Corporation; Photoduplication Aids. 

MEZEY, ERNEST, 30 Westervelt Ave., Tenafly, N.J. 

• N.F.C.C.S.; Pershing Rifles. 

MIELE, ROBERT JOSEPH, 402 Mt. Prospect Ave., 
South Orange, N.J. • Booster Club; Mathematics 
Club; Intramurals. 

MIHALIK, ROBERT STEPHEN, 89 Tudor Dr., Clark, 
New Jersey. 

MIHELIC, FRED, 780 Broadway, Apt. B-4, Newark, 
N.J. • Setonian; Workshop Theater; Radio Station. 

MILLER, LAWRENCE, 18 Valley Rd., Madison, N.J ; 

• Alpha Kappa Psi, Warden; Economics Club; Var-' 
sity Club; Swimming. 

MIRABELLA, JOSEPH ROCCO, 71 Richelieu Terr., 
Newark, N.J. • Omega Pi, Pledgemaster; Elizabeth 
Seton Education Association; Modern Language 
Club; Pershing Rifles, Pledgemaster, Company 
Commander; R.O.T.C. Officer’s Club; Senior Class, 
Vice President; Junior Prom, Booklet Committee 
Chairman; Senior Class Corporation, Vice Presi- 
dent. 

MITCHELL, ROBERT HAROLD, 43 Mississippi Ave., 
West Orange, N.J. • Booster Club; Finance Asso- 
ciation, Vice President, President; Delta Kappa Pi, 
Assistant Vice President, President, Executive Co- 
ordinator, Social Co-ordinator; Seton Hall Men’s 
Glee Club; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club, 
Council Member; Setonian Film Society; Inter- 
fraternity Council, Treasurer; I.F.C. Weekend 1964, 
Chairman; Senior Class Dance, Chairman; R.O.T.C., 
Commander; Senior Corporation. 

MITROS, FRANK A., 420 Miltonia St., Linden, N.J. 

• American Chemical Society; Intramurals. 

MITROS, JOHN W., 124 Third St., Elizabeth, N.J. 

• Accounting Club; N.F.C.C.S.; Triphibian Guard; 
Accounting Internship Program. 

MITTEN, PATRICIA MARY, 1032 Hudson St., Ho- 
boken, N.J. • Professional Nurses Association. 


MONAGHAN, LAWRENCE VINCENT, RD #1, 
Bethlehem, Pa. • Setonian Film Society; Young 
Democrats; Intramurals; Senior Class Corporation. 

MOREL, ROBERT J., R.F.D. #1, Lebanon, N.J. 

MORERE, JEAN, 205 Mt. Pleasant Ave., West Pat- 
erson, N.J. 

MORGAN, MARY ANN, 0-74 Saddle River Rd., 
Fair Lawn, N.J. • Student National Education As- 
sociation. 

MORLEY, DOROTHY THERESE, 429 Crestwood 
Ave., Hackensack, N.J • Senior Class, Secretary; 
Junior Prom, Chairman; Literary Club; Wings; Mu- 
sic Appreciation Club; Debating Club; Student Na- 
tional Education Association. 

MORRIS, WILLIAM T., 113 Lenox Ave., Irvington, 
New Jersey. 

MOSCOWITZ, MARTIN LEONARD, 182 Hansbury 
Ave., Newark, N.J. • Marketing Club. 

MOSKWA, JOANNE A., 727 Trenton Ave., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. • Registered Nurses Association. 

MULLEN, JOSEPH F., 26 High Park PI., Clifton, 
New Jersey. 

MULLER, MARY LOU, 55 Bogert PL, Bergenfield, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Sophomore Class, Treasurer; 
Senior Class, Treasurer; Student National Education 
Association, Secretary, Vice President; Student 
Court, Judge; Music Appreciation Club; Drama 
Club; New Jersey Education Association, College 
Member-at-Large. 

MULLER, ROBERT, F., 12 Garwood PL, Irvington, 
New Jersey. 

MULVIHILL, JOHN J., 62 Longfellow Ave., New- 
ark, N.J. • N.F.C.C.S.; National Student Associa- 
tion; Varsity Club; Basketball, Freshman, Varsity 
Manager; Baseball, Varsity Manager; Gaelic So- 
ciety. 

MURPHY, KATHLEEN ANNE, 50 Whittingham PL, 
West Orange, N.J. • Booster Club; N.J.S.S.N.A.; 
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee; Senior Capping 
Committee; Federated Student Government. 

MURPHY, MICHAEL ALOYSIUS, 174 Montague 
PL, South Orange, N.J. • Phi Kappa Theta; Mod- 
ern Language Club; N.F.C.C.S.; Pershing Rifles; 
R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; St. Thomas More Pre- 
Legal Society, President; Young Americans for 
Freedom; A.I.E.S.E.C.U.S.; Intramurals; Galleon; 
R.O.T.C. Flight Program; Distinguished Military 
Student; Military Ball Committee. 

MURRAY, BRENDAN J., 9 Lake Rd., Morristown, 
New Jersey. 

MURRAY, RICHARD JAMES, 1700 Edmund Terr., 
Union, N.J. • Booster Club; Economics Club; Mar- 
keting Club; Triphibian Guard; A.E.E.S.E.L. 

MURRAY, THOMAS, 1751 Schoenith Lane, Bloom- 
field Hills, Mich. • Accounting Club; Triphibian 
Guard, Finance Officer; R.O.T.C. Rifle Team. 

MURRIN, JOHN EDWARD, 27 Garden Rd., Pomp- 
ton Lakes, N.J. • Delta Sigma Delta, Treasurer; 
Marketing Club, Treasurer; N.F.C.C.S.; National 
Student Association; Setonian; A.I.E.S.E.C. Intra- 
murals. 

MUSSANO, THEODORE ANTHONY, 19 Quinn St., 
Paterson, N.J. • Booster Club; Modern Language 
Club; John F. Kennedy History Club; Student 
Council, Representative; The Hall's Echo; Open 
Mind; Debating Club; Cardinal Mindszenty Club, 


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Chairman; French Club; Music Appreciation Club; 
Student Court, Defense Attorney; Dance Commit- 
tees; Library Committee; John F. Kennedy History 
Club Magazine. 

NAGY, CHARLES STEVEN, 426 Maine Ave., Staten 
Island 14, N.Y. • Sigma Phi Nu; St. Thomas More 
Pre-Legal Society; Intramurals. 

NARTOWITZ, EDWARD, 2824 North Stiles Ave., 
Linden, N.J. 

NARWID, THOMAS A., 538 North Maple Ave., 
Irvington, N.J. • Academy of Science; Chemis- 
try Honors Program; American Chemical Society, 
Student Affiliate. 

NEGROTTO, JOHN J., 25 Furrey Plaza, Paterson, 
New Jersey. 

NIEMAS, LOUIS DONALD, 22 Ridgway Ave., Hills- 
dale, N.J. • Accounting Club; R.O.T.C. Officer's 
Club; Triphibian Guard. 

NIEMIERA, CAROL F., 217 Paterson St., Perth 
Amboy, N.J. 

NIES, KENNETH JOHN, 57 Summit Ave., Lynd- 
hurst, N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; Tau 
Beta Sigma, Treasurer; Marketing Club. 

NOLL, CHARLES HENRY, 73 Academy St., New 
Market, N.J. • Accounting Club. 

NOTO, PHILIP J., 121 vProspect St., Passaic, N.J. • 
Academy of Science; Booster Club; Setonian Film 
Society; Varsity Club; Tennis; Alpha Epsilon Delta, 
Historian; Intramurals. 

NOVAK, JOSEPH, 86 Riverside Dr., Newark, N.J. 
• Booster Club; Delta Kappa Pi; Elizabeth Seton 
Education Association; N.F.C.C.S.; Triphibian 
Guard; Young Democrats. 

NOWEL, RICHARD JOHN, 646 7th St., Lyndhurst, 
N.J. • S.A.M., Student Senate; Triphibian Guard. 

NOWICKI, JOHN J., 222 Sheridan St., Perth Am- 
boy, N.J. • Booster Club; Kappa Tau Lambda, 
Treasurer; Elizabeth Seton Education Association; 
N.F.C.C.S.; Varsity Club; Squash Racket, Captain; 
Intramurals; S.N.J.E.A.; National Education Asso- 
ciation. 

NUSPL, JOHANNA ALICIA, 728 Kearny Ave., 
Kearny, N.J. • Registered Nurses Association, Vice 
President; Federated Student Government, Record- 
ing and Corresponding Secretary. 

O' BOYLE, KATHLEEN ANNE, 203 Grand St., New 
Milford, N.J. • Student National Education Asso- 
ciation; Booster Club. 

O'BRIEN, ROBERT JOHN, 141 Kearney St., Pater- 
son, N.J. • Academy of Science; Art Club; Gamma 
Beta Tau; Philosophy Club; Young Democrats; 
Basketball; Student National Education Association. 

O’CONNELL, MARK A., 30 Troy St., Jersey City, 
N.J. • Young Americans for Freedom, Vice Presi- 
dent. 

O'CONNOR, KERRY MARTIN, 20 Ridge Ave., 
West Orange, N.J. • Setonian, Sports Staff; Varsity 
Club; Student Captive Nations Information Asso- 
ciation; Varsity Baseball; WSOU, Sports and News 
Staff. 

O'CONNOR, KEVIN CHARLES, 466 South Center 
St., Orange, N.J. • Sigma Upsala Mu; Modern 
Language Club; Setonian Film Society; Ski Club; 
Intramurals. 

O’DOWD, EDWARD J., Bloomfield Ave., Pine 
Brook, N.J. • Economics Club; Society for the 
Advancement of Management; Business Radio Pro- 
grams. 


OGLE, JAMES LAWRENCE, 424 Rosetta PL, New- 
ark, N.J. • Setonian, Sports Editor. 

O'LEARY, TIMOTHY J., 199 North 17th St., Bloom- 
field, N.J. • Marketing Club; N.F.C.C.S.; A.I.E.- 
S.E.C.; Intramurals. 

OLENICK, JOSEPH JOHN, 419 McKinly St., Lin- 
den, N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; Fi- 
nance Association; Delta Kappa Pi; Economics 
Club; Ski Club; Young Democrats; Freshman Base- 
ball; Intramurals; Varsity Bowling. 

OLIVER, DAVID C., 512 Monroe St., Orange, N.J. 

• Kappa Tau Lambda, President; N.F.C.C.S.; Na- 
tional Student Association, Coordinator; Philosophy 
Club; Student Senate, Junior, Senior, Class Sena- 
tor; Workshop Theater; C.C.U.N. 

OLIVER, JAMES H., 1532 Hamilton Ave., Trenton, 
N.J. • Pi Beta Delta, Keeper of the Seals, Keeper 
of the Archives; Philosophy Club; St. Thomas More 
Pre-Legal Society; Setonian; Workshop Theater; 
WSOU. 

OLSON, ARTHUR J., 23 Hazard PL, Elizabeth, N.J. 

• Accounting Club; Booster Club; Marketing Club. 

ORBE, FRANK S., 72 Lee Drive, North Haledon, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; Sigma Alpha Beta; Ski 
Club; Basketball; Golf; Squash Racket; Swimming. 

ORDWAY, CAROL B., I Windbeam Loop, Ring- 
wood, N.J. 

O'ROURKE, ROBERT FRANCIS, 171 Lexington 
Ave., Jersey City, N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education 
Association; Varsity Club; Track. 

ORR, J. DOUGLAS, 603 Harrison St., Rahway, N.J. 

• Gamma lota Alpha, Secretary; Seton Hall Men’s 
Glee Club; Setonian Film Society; Ski Club; Var- 
sity Club, Advisory Board; Varsity Swimming Team. 

O’SHAUGHNESSY, M. ASSUMPTA, SISTER, S.F.P., 
306 High St., Newark, N.J. • R.N.A. 

PAGNOTTA, JAMES V., 1116 Park Ave., Hoboken, 
New Jersey. 

PALLADINO, JAMES MICHAEL, 306 South Center 
St., Orange, N.J. 

PALLERIA, WILLIAM B., 280 Prospect Ave., Hack- 
ensack, N.J. • Art Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres- 
ident and Treasurer; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal 
Society; Junior Prom Committee; Scholarship Club; 
Junior Dance Committee. 

PALMASANO, JAMES PATRICK, 813 1 0th St., 
Union City, N.J. 

PANZER, ROBERT G. ( 132 Ackley Ave., Malverne, 
N.Y. • Galleon, Editor-in-Chief; Academy of Sci- 
ence; Art Club; Cosmopolitan Association; Sigma 
Delta Psi; Modern Language Club; N.F.C.C.S.; 
Setonian; Student Senate; Workshop Theater; 
Gaelic Society. 

PAQUETTE, JOSEPH N., 22 Haverhill Ave., West 
Paterson, N.J. • Society for the Advancement of 
Management, Vice President; University Club, Pres- 
ident. 

PAR I SI , LOUIS TOBY, 767 Second St., Secaucus, 
N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Association. 

PARSONS, THOMAS J., 225 Morrison Ave,, Staten 
Island, N.Y. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; 
Setonian. 

PASICK, BARBARA PATRICIA, 1245 Waverly PI., 
Elizabeth, N.J. • Booster Club; Modern Language 
Club; N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian; Student Captive Na- 
tions Information Association; WSOU; Spanish 
Club, Treasurer. 


PATERSON, MARGARET PATRICIA, 13 Lafayette 
PL, Arlington, N.J. • Thomas McHugh Education 
Association; Ski Club; Social Action Club. 

PAUL, STEPHANIE M., 305 De Mott Ave., Clifton, 
N.J. • Debating Club; Student National Education 
Association; Junior Prom, Co-Chairman; Freshman 
Class, Secretary; Music Appreciation Club. 

PAWLOSKI, THOMAS S., 1982 Birch St., Scotch 
Plains, N.J. • Academy of Science; Tau Beta Sigma, 
Secretary; Intramurals. 

PAWLOWICZ, MICHAEL JOSEPH, 21 Overlook 
Terr., Maplewood, N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Educa- 
tion Association; Men's Glee Club; Setonian; 
Young Democrats. 

PEARSALL, DAVID WILLIAM, 16 North 20th St., 
East Orange, N.J. • Phi Kappa Theta, President; 
Elizabeth Seton Education Association; Seton Hall 
Men's Glee Club; Setonian; Workshop Theater; 
Freshman Dance Committee; Blazer Ball, Junior 
Dance and Hazing Committees. 

PECORA, JOYCE B., 62 Cambridge Dr., Short 
Hills, N.J. • Thomas McHugh Education Associa- 
tion. 

PERLER, DAVID MICHAEL, 307 North 10th St., 
Prospect Park, N.J. • Accounting Club, Treasurer; 
Intramurals. 

PERRONE, JOSEPH H„ 535 Rahway Ave., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; Delta 
Kappa Pi. Financial Coordinator; R.O.T.C. Rifle 
Team. 

PETERSON, FRANCIS WILLIAM, 2555 Spruce St. 
Barnegat, N.J. 

PETRONELLA, JOHN JR., 1731 Union Ave., 
Union, N.J. • Tau Beta Sigma, Treasurer; Elizabeth 
Seton Education Association. 

PHELAN, ROBERT JOSEPH, 93 Hendel Ave., 
North Arlington, N..J. • Cosmopolitan Association; 
Modern Language Club, Vice President; Setonian, 
Achivist; Young Americans for Freedom, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Gaelic Society; Student Sen- 
ate; Chess Club. 

PIEKARZ, MAXINE GAIL, 391 Lanza Ave., Gar- 
field, N.J. • Booster Club; Student National Edu- 
cation Association; Hazing Committee; Dance 
Committee. 

PIERRO, FRED MARTIN, 62 Birch St., Kenilworth, 
N.J. • Tau Beta Sigma, Vice President; Mathe- 
matics Club; Varsity Club; Wrestling; Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council. 

PIRO, JAMES M., 18 Glenview Rd., Nutley, N.J. • 
Lambda Kappa Tau; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal 
Society. 

PIRRO, NICHOLAS E. ( 2706 Central Ave., Union 
City, N.J. 

PITONIAK, ALBERT JR., 254 Valley Rd., Clifton, 
N.J. • Accounting Club, Treasurer; Society for the 
Advancement of Management; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Student Council, Representative. 

PIVINSKI, THOMAS F., 32 Reservoir Ave., Wel- 
lington, N.J. • N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian Film Society. 

PLAZA, JOSEPH JOHN, 82 Van Buren St., Pas- 
saic, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau; Marketing Club; 
R.O.T.C. Band, Major; Social Action Club; Newark 
Tutorial Program; Knights of Setonia; Psychology 
Club. 

POLEWKA, JOHN CHARLES, 23 Roosevelt Terr., 
Irvington, N.J. • Cosmopolitan Association; Men's 
Glee Club; International Relations Club; Soccer. 


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POLK, WALTER JOHN, 24 South 7th Ave., High- 
land Park, N.J. • Pershing Rifles; Young Demo- 
crats. 

POROD, BARBARA ANN, 85 Minerva Ave., Haw- 
thorne, N.J. • Booster Club; The Hall's Echo; Stu- 
dent Council, Representative; Student National 
Education Association; Cheerleaders Co-Captain; 
Sodality. 

POSTON, VICTOR C., 143 E. 7th Ave., Roselle, 
New Jersey. 

PRIBUSH, ROGER E., 19th St., Linden, N.J. 

PRICE, MARY ANN KATHLEEN, 67 Chestnut St., 
Rutherford, N.J. • Booster Club; Student Council, 
Representative; Debating Society; Drama Club, 
President; French Club, Vice President; Literary 
Club; Music Appreciation Club, Vice President; 
Glee Club; Choir; Student Council Variety Show, 
Director; Student Council Play, Director; The Hall's 
Echo. 

PRINELLI, JOHN A., 19 Orchard Ave., Emerson, 
New Jersey. 

PRZYCHOCKI, STANLEY JOHN, 227 Hoyt St., 
Kearny, N.J. 

PUTZER, ROBERT A., 1741 Pilgrim Ave., Point 
Pleasant, N.J. • Baseball. 

QUARNACCIO, MICHAEL JOHN, 522 Beech St., 
Newark, N.J. • Delta Sigma Omicron, Treasurer. 

QUELI, JAMES JOSEPH, 292 Van Buren St., New- 
ark, N.J. • Varsity Club; Baseball; Soccer; Squash 
Racket. 

QUILLIO, HENRY ANDRE, 112 First Ave., Haw- 
thorne, N.J. • Booster Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management, Vice President; Univer- 
sity Club, Vice President; Sophomore Class, Vice 
President; Junior Class, Vice President; Student 
Council, Representative, President. 

QUINN, EILEEN MARIE, 251 East 4th St., Roselle, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Sigma Theta Sigma, Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Vice President, Sophomore; 
Senior Prom Committee; Junior Ring Dance, Chair- 
man; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Women's Glee Club. 

QUINN, JOSEPH PETER, 156 Orient Way, Ruth- 
erford, N.J. • St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society. 

RAMP, KENNETH A., II Van Dyke Rd., Waldwick, 
N.J. • Drama Workshop; Sigma Alpha Beta. 

RANGER, WHITNEY WILLIAM JR., 45 Overlook 
Terr., Bloomfield, N.J. • Booster Club; Finance As- 
sociation, Sgt.-at-Arms; Delta Kappa Pi, Secretary, 
Social Chairman; National Student Association; Tri- 
phibian Guard; Senior Corporation. 

RATH, WILLIAM G., 155 West 10th St., Bayonne, 
New Jersey. 

RAY, MICHELE MARIE, 20 Collingwood Rd., 
Maplewood, N.J. • Secretary and Vice President of 
the Art Club; Vice President of the Cosmopolitan 
Association; Modern Language Club; Setonian Film 
Society. 

REILLY, DANIEL A., 801 D St., Belmar, N.J. • Phi 
Kappa Theta. 

REMONKO, LEON R., 558 Paramus Rd., Paramus, 
N.J. • Marketing Club; N.F.C.C.S. 

RHATICAN, JAMES F. ( 579 Lincoln Ave., Orange, 
N.J. • Delta Sigma Delta, Treasurer; N.F.C.C.S.; 
National Student Association; Young Democrats. 


RICHE, PHILIP C., 138 Kenzel Ave., Nutley, N.J. 

• Booster Club; Pershing Rifles. 

RICHTER, ROBERT A., 15 Walker St., Paterson, 
N.J. • Senior Class, President; University Club; 
Student Council, Representative. 

RICIGLIANO, ANGELA VIRGINIA, 285 N. Maple 
Ave., East Orange, N.J. 

RILEY, CAROLYN L., 202 Broad St., Bloomfield, 
New Jersey. 

RILEY, MARY ANN, 255 Park Ave., Orange, N.J. 

• Booster Club; Sigma Theta Sigma, Social Chair- 
man, Ritualist; Student Council, Representative; 
Junior Class, Secretary; Guidance Representative; 
Women's Glee Club, Treasurer; Capping Commit- 
tee. 

RING, GEORGE M., 894 Dona Rd., Union, N.J. • 
Booster Club; Finance Association; Tau Kappa Ep- 
silon, Recording Secretary; N.F.C.C.S.; Triphibian 
Guard; Scholarship Club; Gaelic Society. 

RIZZUTO, PATRICK, J., 127 Hudson Ave., Wald- 
wick, N.J. 

ROCHE, MARTIN J., I Valley View Rd., Long Val- 
ley, N.J. 

ROHMAN, WILLIAM JAMES, 3 Homewood Ave., 
Allendale, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau. 

ROHNHIRSCH, ELIZABETH K., 55 Milltown Rd., 
East Brunswick, N.J. • Professional Nurses Associa- 
tion. 

ROMANO, PATRICIA ANN, 304 Riverdale Dr., 
Palisade, N.J. • Booster Club; Student National 
Education Association; Drama Club; Choir. 

ROMANOWSKI, JOHN JOSEPH, RFD #1, Box 
200- B, Jamesburg, N.J. • Phi Kappa Theta, Seton 
Hall Men's Glee Club; N.F.C.C.S.; National Stu- 
dent Association; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; St. 
Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Setonian Edifor- 
in-Chief; Student Senate; Workshop Theater; Intra- 
murals; Freshman Dance Committee; Blazer Ball 
Committee; New Jersey Collegiate Press Associa- 
tion, Vice President. 

ROSETTA, ELIZABETH ANN, 238 Wilkinson Ave'., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Sigma Theta Sigma, Fund Rais- 
ing Chairman; Guidance Representative; SETON 
VOICE, Art Editor; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Student Council; 
Women's Glee Club. 

ROSKELL, ROBERT THOMAS, 431 Prospect Ave., 
Dunellen, N.J. • Modern Language Club; Workshop 
Theater. 

ROSSI, MARYANN, 40 Kashey St., Clifton, N.J. • 
Booster Club; The Hall's Echo; Student National 
Education Association; Sodality; Hazing Commit- 
tee; Dance Committee; Alpha Pi Epsilon, Secretary; 
Art Workshop. 

ROSTA, JOSEPH JOHN, 1181 Stockton PI., New- 
ark, N.J. • Gamma lota Alpha, Vice President, Sec- 
retary. 

ROUSSEAU, JOSEPH B., 12 Wegman Ct., Jersey 
City, N.J. • Marketing Club; Philosophy Club. 

RUCERETO, DOMINICK V., 29 Grant Ave., 

Dumont, N.J. 

RUMINSKI, EDWARD P., 2296 Whittier St., Rah- 
way, N.J. 

RUSCUS, DAVID J., 4906 Kinloch Lane, Richmond, 
Va. • Booster Club; Elizabeth Seton Education As- 
sociation; Setonian Film Society; Intramurals. 


RUSSELL, JAMES F., 211 Lexington Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. • Finance Club; Omega Pi; Economics 
Club; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Ski Club; 
Gaelic Society; Knight of Setonia; Intramurals. 

RUSSO, ALFRED F., 60 E Street, Port Reading, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; Delta 
Kappa Pi. 

RUTLEDGE, LESLIE, 19 Sunset Dr,, Clarke, N.J. 

RYAN, MARY G., 673 Irvington Ave., Newark, 
New Jersey. 

RYAN, PETER V., 16 Hinsdale PL, Newark, N.J. • 
Delta Sigma Delta; Intramurals. 

RYLKO, WANDA S., 26 Park Rd., Maplewood, 
N.J. • Registered Nurses Association. 

SABBERS, LOUIS B., 249 Duncan Ave., Jersey City, 
N.J. • Marketing Club. 

SaFRANEK, WILLIAM C., 2262 Balmoral Ave., 
Union, N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Education Associa- 
tion; Modern Language Club. 

SALADY, DONALD JOSEPH, 203 Randall Ave., 
Trenton, N.J. • Academy of Science; Booster Club; 
Phi Kappa Theta; N.F.C.C.S.; Young Republicans; 
Federated Student Government, President, Election 
Committee; Co-Chairman University Family Night; 
Senior Prom, Junior Prom Committee; Sophomore 
Blazer Ball and Freshman Hazing Committee; Fresh- 
man Dance Committee; Queen of the University 
Dance Chairman. 

SALERNO, ELIZABETH JANE, 2554 Kennedy Boule- 
vard, Jersey City, N.J. • Booster Club; Sigma Theta 
Sigma; Woman's Glee Club; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Junior- 
Senior Dinner; Sophomore-Junior Prom Committee; 
Sodality; Student Council, Representative. 

SALICO, VINCENT R., 59 Pleasantview Ave., New 
Providence, N.J. • Accounting Club; Delta 
Kappa Pi. 

SALMASTRELLI, RICHARD PAUL, 45 W. Paul Ave., 
Trenton, N.J. • Academy of Science, Phi Kappa 
Theta, Historian, Setonian; Setonian Film Society; 
Intramurals. 

SALZER, FRANK STEPHEN, 291 Armstrong Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Omega Pi; Modern Language 
Club; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; Intramurals 

SANOK, GEORGE JR., Campbell Hall, New York, 
N.Y. • Delta Sigma Delta; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club; 
Triphibian Guard. 

SANTIAGO, JUAN GLORIOSO, 40 Laidlaw Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. 

SANTILLO, DENNIS LOUIS, 62 Burlington Road, 
Newark, N.J. • Omega Pi; N.F.C.C.S.; National 
Student Association; R.O.T.C. Officer's Club. 

SARACINO, WILLIAM, 23 Grove PL, Lions Head 
Lake, Wayne, N.J. 

SARMIERE, LAWRENCE RENSING, 49 French Hill 
Rd., Wayne, N.J. • Academy of Science, Booster 
Club. 

SATTLER, DOROTHEA ELIZABETH, 1154 Franklin 
St., Trenton, N.J. 

SAUER, WILLIAM C., 40 Conger St., Bloomfield, 
N.J. • Sigma Delta Sigma. 

SAYERS, PATRICIA C., 255 Duncan Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. • Sigma Theta Sigma, Historian; Wom- 
en's Glee Club; Junior Rinq Dance Committee; 
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee; Fund .Raising 
Committee; N.J.S.S.N.A. 


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SCAVUZZO, PETER A., 1216 Cameron Ave., Plan- 
field, N.J. • Academy of Science; Accounting Club. 

SCHAEFFLER, WALTER S., 18 Euclid Ave., Summit, 
New Jersey. 

SCHALL, JOSEPH PETER, JR., 711 Lake St., New- 
ark, N.J. • Academy of Science; Setonian Film So- 
ciety. 

SCHENCK, ROBERT C., JR., 79 Gage Rd., East 
Brunswick, N.J. • Accounting Club; Art Club; 
Booster Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Varsity Club; 
Fencing, Captain; Scholarship Club; Intramurals. 

SCHMIDT, GREGORY, M., 6 Sylvan Rd., Verona, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Biology Research, 
Vice President; Modern Language Club; N.F.C.C.S.; 
Varsity Club; Fencing. 

SCHOTT, MARILYN DOROTHY, 68 Richelieu Ter., 
Newark, N.J. 

SCHUETZ, ROBERT J., 281 Columbia Ave., Irving- 
ton, N.J. 

SCHWARTZ, HOWARD S., 589 Nth Ave., Pater- 
son, N.J. • Debating Club; Student National Edu- 
cation Association. 

SCHWIERK, JOSEPH H., 77 Boylen St., Newark, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; Booster Club; N.F.C.C.S.; 
National Student Association; Triphibian Guard; 
Younq Democrats. 

SCOCCIMARRO, FRANK L., 44 Hever St., Little 
Ferry, N.J. • Marketing Club. 

SCOTTON, VINCENT P., 55 N. Jefferson St., 
Orange, N.J. • Delta Sigma Omicron, Pres. 

SCROFANI, PHILLIP J., 522 Third St., Newark, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Art Club; Booster 
Club; Zeta Epsilon Tau, Secretary; Varsity Club; 
Intramurals; Wrestling; Phychology Club. 

SEBOROWSKI, CAROLE REGINA, 367 East Passaic 
Ave., Bloomfield, N.J. • Women's Glee Club; Se- 
tonettes; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Student Council. 

SEBULA, HENRY S., 16 Terrace Ave., Jersey City, 
New Jersey. 

SEHULSTER, VIRGINIA RUTH, 27 Stanley Ave., 
Nutley, N.J. • Woman's Glee Club, Secretary and 
President; Student Council, Student Directory; Jun- 
ior Prom, Chairman; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Junior-Senior 
Dinner; Freshman-Sophomore Class President; Cul- 
tural, Co-Editor; Seton Voice; Student Council Re- 
organization Committee; Sodality. 

SEIB, KARL E., 14 Cecil Ct., Cedar Grove, N.J. • 
Academy of Science; Obega Pi; N.F.C.C.S. Junior 
Delegate; National Student Association, Coordina- 
tor; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Setonian; 
Setonian Film Society, Secretary; Student Senate, 
Corresponding Secretary; Young Americans For 
Freedom; Young Republicans; Freshman Dance 
Committee; Blazer Ball Committee; C.C.U.N.; 
W.S.O.U. Announcer; Regional Coordinator, N.S.A. 

SEK, JOHN RICHARD, 719 Pawnee St., Newark, 
N.J. • Art Club, Vice President; Setonian, Associate 
and Features Editor, and Student Senate, Intra Club 
Chairman. 

SENA, FRANK A., Ill S. Munn Ave., South 
Orange, N.J. • Booster Club; Lambda Kappa Psi; 
Freshman Baseball. 

SENDLER, TED J., 310 Academy St., South Orange, 
N.J. • Art Club; Booster Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon, 
Dance Chairman; Scholarship Club, Vice President. 


SERRATELLI, ARTHUR J., 39 Valley St., Newark, 
New Jersey. 

SESSO, GEORGE, 13-32 20th St., Fair Lawn, N.J. • 
Finance Association; N.F.C.C.S.; Triphibian Guard. 

SHABET, GEORGE W., 199 Wilkinson Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. 

SHALHOUB, GEORGE THOMAS, 7822 Kennedy 
Blvd., North Bergen, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau; Senior 
Class Corporation. 

SHARP, HELENA MARY, 7 Sligo Ave., Hunting- 
ton, N.Y. 

SHAW, JOAN, 173 Overpeck Ave., Ridgefield 
Park, N.J. 

SHAW, LANCE A., 168 Werimus Rd., Woodcliff 
Lake, N.J. • Almega Society; Booster Club; Phi 
Kappa Theta, Corresponding Secretary; Elizabeth 
Seton Education Association; N.F.C.C.S.; Setonian 
Film Society; Student Senate, Representative; 
Y.A.F.; Young Republicans; President of the Dorm 
Council; Federated Student Government; Dance 
Committee; Chairman of the Queen of the Uni- 
versity Dance. 

SHEEHAN, DAVID J., 272 Devon St., Kearny, 
N.J. • Gamma lota Alpha; Modern Language Club; 
N.F.C.C.S.; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; 
Varsity Club; Soccer. 

SHEEHAN, JAMES P., 771 Palmer Ave., Maywood, 
New Jersey. 

SHELDON, ROYCE JUNE, 500 Washington Ave., 
Belleville, N.J. • Sigma Theta Sigma; Booster Club; 
Psychology Club; Publicity and Newsletter Commit- 
tee. 

SHERBINSKI, ANN MARY, 27-C Riverview Gar- 
dens, North Arlington, N.J. • SETON VOICE; Phys- 
ics Club. 

SHIMKO, MICHAEL A., 201 Second St., Dunellen, 
New Jersey. 

SIELSKI, JOHN JOSEPH, JR., 846 Spruce St., 
Trenton, N.J. • Booster Club; Varsity Club, Board 
Representative; Baseball Team; Soccer Team; 
Squash Team. 

SIMONS, JOAN MARGARET, 15 Clinton Place, 
North Arlington, N.J. • Thomas McHugh Student 
Education Association. 

SISBARRO, FREDERICK DONALD, 20 Finely Rd., 
East Newport, Long Island, N.Y. • Booster Club; 
Gamma lota Alpha; Modern Language Club; Intra- 
murals. 

SISBARRO, MICHAEL JOHN, 30 Forrest Ave., 
Hawthorne, N.J. • Academy of Science, Division 
Co-Chairman; Chairman of American Chemical 
Society. 

SKUTNIK, JANEK A., 228 Merselis Ave., Clifton, 
New Jersey. 

SLATER, PATRICIA ANN, 40-27 Windsor Rd., Fair 
Lawn, N.J. • Registered Nurses Association, Treas- 
urer. 

SLATON, HARRISON ALLEN, 161 Continental PI., 
Staten Island, N.Y. • St. Thomas More Pre-Legal 
Society; Young Democrats; Varsity Club, Commit- 
tee Chairman; Basketball Team, Co-Captain. 

SMITH, DONALD J., 1101 Marcia Ave., Point 
Pleasant Beach, N.J. • Academy of Science, Booster 
Club, Phi Kappa Theta. 


SMITH, KEVIN, 79 W. 50th St., Bayonne, N.J. • 
Art Club; Booster Club; Cosmopolitan Association; 
Sigma Delta Phi, Pledgemaster, I.F.C. Representa- 
tive; N.F.C.C.S,; National Student Association; 
Setonian; Young Democrats; Intramurals; First Mex- 
ico Project; C.C.U.N. 

SMITH, LEONIA ANNA, 9 Hitchcock PL, Mont- 
clair, N.J. • Registered Nurses Association. 

SOPRONIK, ALICE, 26 Arlington Blvd., North Ar- 
lington, N.J. 

SPAETH, JAMES T., 136 Robinson PI., Shrewsbury, 
N.J. • Almega Society; Booster Club; Phi Kappa 
Theta; N.F.C.C.S.; National Student Association; 
St. Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Student Senate, 
Executive Board, Treasurer; Sophomore Class Presi- 
dent; Brownson Debating Society, President; Fresh- 
man Dance, Chairman. 

SPAGNOLI, JAMES VINCENT, 300 Parsippany Rd., 
Parsippany, N.J. • Gamma lota Alpha, President 
and Pledge Master; Baseball Team. 

SPIGEL, PAUL H., 29 E. McClellan Ave., Livingston, 
N.J. • Gamma lota Alpha; Marketing Club; Intra- 
murals. 

SPINA, CHARLES L, 73 Kirk St., West Orange, 
N.J. • N.F.C.C.S.; Pershing Rifles. 

SPINELLI. CARMEN LOUIS, 330 Monroe St., Ho- 
boken, N.J. • Accounting Club. 

STAHL, BARBARA MARY, 121 Lincoln PI., Irving- 
ton, N.J. • Booster Club; Sigma Theta Sigma, So- 
cial Chairman; Student Council, Class Representa- 
tive, Parliamentarian, Recordinging Secretary; Sen- 
ior Prom, Chairman; Junior Ring Dance Commit- 
tee; N.J.S.S.N.A.; Swimming; Committee for Co- 
ordination and Orientation; Glee Club, Librarian; 
GALLEON. 

STEFANOWICZ, JOHN P., 71 Wagner PL, Irving- 
ton, N.J. • Academy of Science; Sigma Delta Phi. 

STEPHEN, ROBERT HOUSTON, 614 Chestnut St., 
Roselle, N.J. • Marketing Club; Varsity Club; Soc- 
cer Team; Gaelic Club; Intramurals. 

STERLACCI, MICHAEL A., 433 Heberton Ave., 
Newark, N.J. • Sigma Phi Nu; St. Thomas More 
Pre-Legal Society; Triphibian Guard, Drill Team 
Commander; Intramurals; International Association 
for Students of Economics and Commerce. 

STRAUSS, MILTON JOSEPH, NO Washington St., 
East Orange, N.J. • Marketing Club; The Interna- 
tional Association of Students of Economics and 
Commerce, Treasurer; W.S.O.U., Announcer; S.A.M. 

STRELECKI, RICHARD T., 228 Van Buren St., New- 
ark, N.J. 

STRICKLE, THOMAS JOHN, 82 Washington St., 
S. Nyack, N.Y. • Booster Club; Setonian, Managing 
Editor; Setonian Film Society; Workshop Theater. 

STRONG, JOHN J., 104 Delaware Ave., Water- 
bury, Conn. • Booster Club; Pep Rally, Chairman; 
Cosmopolitan Association; Sigma Delta Psi, Presi- 
dent; Elizabeth Seton Education Association; 
N.F.C.C.S. 

STRUBLE, SARAH G., Michael Dr., Trenton, N.J. 
STRUENING, MICHAEL J., 1305 Oxford La., 

Union, N.J. • Triphibian Guard. 

SUES, Denis J., 237 Eighth St., Jersey City, N.J. • 
Men's Glee Club; Modern Language Club; Oral 
Arts Club. 

SULLIVAN, EDWARD J., 358 Union Ave., Wood- 
Ridge, N.J. 


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SULLIVAN, PATRICK J., I 10 Nesbit Ter., Irving- 
ton, N.J. • Booster Club; Lambda Kappa Psi; St. 
Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Young Democrats. 

SURDOVEL, JAMES JOSEPH, 168 Bartholdi Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. 

SUTTER, DONALD J., 1154 Roberts Blvd., Vine- 
land, N.J. • Booster Club; Cosmopoliten Associa- 
tion; Sigma Delta Psi, Pledgemaster; Elizabeth 
Seton Education Society, Vice President; N.F.C.C.S.; 
National Student Association; St. Thomas More 
Pre-Legal Society; Setonian Film Society; Young 
Americans For Freedom; Young Republicans; Dor- 
mitory Council. 

SWEENEY, RICHARD T., 63 Drake Ave., Rockaway, 
N.J. • Sigma Delta Phi, Vice President; Interna- 
tional Relations Club; St. Thomas More Pre-Legal 
Society; Young Democrats; Varsity Club; Wrestling; 
C.C.U.N., President. 

SWEERUS, WILLIAM, 90 Martha Ave., Clifton, 
N.J. • Accounting Club. 

SZTICZA, JOSEPH J., 178 Van Horn St., Jersey 
City, N.J. • Accounting Club. 

TAMASCO, ANTHONY Jvl., 8 Harding PL, Living- 
ston, N.J. • Lambda Kappa Tau, Secretary; Mod- 
ern Language Club. 

TANNUCILLI, Alexander J., 46 Colling Ave., Ro- 
chelle Park, N.J. • Booster Club; Cosmopolitan 
Association; Delta Kappa Psi; International Rela- 
tions Club; R.O.T.C. Officers' Club; Young Demo- 
crats; Intramurals. 

TARTE, ROBERT J., 930 Carnegie Ave., Plainfield, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Cosmopolitan Association; 
Sigma Delta Psi, Secretary-Treasurer; Modern Lan- 
guage Club, Vice President; N.F.C.C.S.; Recording 
Secretary, Vice President; Galleon, Business Man- 
ager; Knights Of Setonia; Freshman Hazing Com- 
mittee; Center of Italian Culture; Dorm Council; 
Constructive Hazinq Committee, Co-Chairman. 

TEDESCHI, NICHOLAS J., 2345 Browning Rd., 
Pennsauken, N.J. • Academy of Science; Cosmo- 
politan Association; Sigma Delta Psi, Social Direc- 
tor; N.F.C.C.S. 

TERESAK, FRANCES LORRAINE, 8 Frelinghuysen 
Ave., Raritan, N.J. • Registered Nurses Association, 
Vice President. 

THELANDER, ROBERT C., 67 Dryden Rd., Upper 
Montclair, N.J. • Modern Language Club; R.O.T.C. 
Officers Club. 

THOMAS, WILLOW RUTH, 67 Rhode Island Ave., 
East Orange, N.J. 

THOMPSON, WINSTON E. f 132 Reeve Ter., Plain- 
field, N.J. • Academy of Science; Psychology Club; 
Social Action Club, Educational Director. 

TIGH, CHARLES LEO, 7 Short Hills Ave., Short 
Hills, N.J. • Mathematics Club. 

TINNESZ, PETER A., 333 Second Ave., Garwood, 
N.J. • Gamma lota Alpha, Vice President; Tri- 
phibian Guard; Freshman Baseball. 

TIRPAK, JOHN J., 5 Berkeley Ter., Irvington, 
N.J. • Omega Pi, Corresponding and Recording 
Secretary; Modern Language; Triphibian Guard; 
Younq Democrats; Track Team; Junior Class Dance 
Committee. 

TOBIA, DENNIS ANTHONY, 107 Ampere Pkwy., 
East Orange, N.J. • Academy of Science; Booster 
Club; Delta Kappa Pi; Young Democrats; Intra- 
murals. 


TOMKO, THOMAS G., 192 Home Ave., Trenton, 
N.J. • Pi Beta Delta, President; Elizabeth Seton Stu- 
dent Education Association; Setonian; Setonian Film 
Society, Workshop Theater; Varsity Club; Finance 
Advisory Board; Fencing Team; Bowling Team. 

TOOHEY, JAMES I., 94 North 22nd St., East 
Orange, N.J. • Alpha Epsilon Mu. 

TOOMAN, GLORIA J., 309 Montgomery St., Jer- 
sey City, N.J. 

TRACY, PATRICIA A., 150 Norman Rd., Newark, 
New Jersey. 

TRIBUS, WILLIAM MARK, JR., 67 Regional Dr., 
Penns Grove, N.J. • Accounting Club; Phi Kappa 
Theta, Treasurer; Triphibian Guard; Freshman Dance 
Committee; Hazing Committee; Junior Prom Chair- 
man; Student Comptroller. 

TROCHYMCZUK, ALLAN WILLIAM, 42 Greene 
Ter., Irvington, N.J. • Booster Club; Cosmopolitan 
Association; Men's Glee Club; Philosophy Club; 
Young Democrats, Treasurer. 

TUITE, MICHAEL LEON, 250 Mt. Vernon PL, New- 
ark, N.J. • Booster Club; Phi Kappa Theta, Director 
of University Student Services; N.F.C.C.S., Alter- 
nate Delegate; Student Senate; Young Democrats; 
Freshman Dance Committee; Blazer Ball, Kangaroo 
Court Dance, Junior Prom, Committees; Delegate 
to C.C.U.N. National Model General Assembly. 

TULLIO, DOUGLAS J., 262 Sanford St., East 
Orange, N.J. • Zeta Epsilon Tau. 

TULLY, JOHN F., 44 Halsted St., Newark, N.J. 

TURCO, MICHAEL T., 68 Hazel St., Clifton, N.J. • 
Kappa Sigma Pi, Treasurer; N.F.C.C.S.; National 
Student Association; Bowling, Captain. 

TURLEY, WALTER F., 430 Berkshire Rd., Ridge- 
wood, N.J. 

TURNER, MARY JO THETRESE, 66 Melrose Ave., 
Irvington, N.J. • SETONIAN; Sodality of Our Lady. 

TURNER, ROBERT W., 50 Madison Ave., Montclair, 
N.J. • Accounting Club. 

TUSHINGHAM, THOMAS A., 105 Mary St. E., 
Whitby, Ontario, Canada • Cosmopolitan Associa- 
tion; Alpha Kappa Psi; Economics Club; Varsity 
Club; Student Captive Nations Information Associ- 
ation; Track Team. 

TWILL, GEORGE P., 10 Pearl St., Summit, N.J. • 
Delta Sigma Delta; Economics Club; International 
Relations Club; Setonian, Advertising Manager; St. 
Thomas More Pre-Legal Society; Student Senate; 
Young Democrats; Queen of the University Dance 
Committee; In+ramurals. 

UBERSAX, Emil P., 78 First St., Perth Amboy, 
N.J. • Gamma lota Alpha, Secretary; WSOU, Pro- 
gram Director, Director of Engineering. 

UHORCHAK, ROMAN EMIL, 18 Park Ave., Rum- 
son, N.J. • Academy of Science; Almega s Society; 
Sigma Delta Psi; N.F.C.C.S.; St. Thomas Pre-Legal 
Society, Secretary, Treasurer; Young Democrats. 

URBANSKI, ARTHUR M., 909 Adams Ave., Eliza- 
beth, N.J. 

URSO, JAMES, 2118 Alberta Ave., Linden, N.J. • 
Gamma lota Alpha, Pledgemaster; Setonian. 

VACCARO. AVE M., 602 Clifton Ave., Newark, 
New Jersey. 

VACCARO, JOHN J., 222 Lenox Rd., Brooklyn, 
N.Y. • Academy of Science. 


VAICIUNAS, JULIA M., 550 East Second Ave., 
Roselle, N.J. • SETON CALL, staff; Student 
Council. 

VALLE, ANTHONY JOSEPH, 113 Fairmount Ave., 
Newark, N.J. 

VAN NEST, RONALD LAWRENCE, 435 Lorraine 
Ave., Middlesex, N.J. • Academy of Science, Secre- 
tary; Philosophy Club; Setonian, WSOU. 

VAN SPRANG, ROBERT PETER, 913 Bloomfield St., 
Hoboken, N.J. • Academy of Science; Zeta Epsilon 
Tau, Vice President; N.F.C.C.S.; R.O.T.C. Officer's 
Club; Triphibian Guard. 

VESZELSZKY, LASZLO, 100 High St., Passaic, 
N.J. • N.F.C.C.S.; Ski Club; Varsity Club; Tennis 
Team. 

VIEIRA, SERAFIN T., 114 Clendenny Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. 

VIGER, LAWRENCE G., 37 Grand Ave., Newark, 
N.J. • Economics Club; Baseball. 

VIGH, ALEXANDRINA M„ 555 Fair Lawn Pkwy., 
Saddle Brook, N.J. • Booster Club; Music Apprecia- 
tion Club, president; THE HALL'S ECHO, Editor- 
in-Chief; Drama Club; John F. Kennedy History 
Club, Treasurer; Student National Education Asso- 
ciation; Debating Club; Literary Club; Student 
Council, Representative; John F. Kennedy History 
Club Magazine, Editor; Federated Student Govern- 
ment, Delegate; Alpha Pi Epsilon, Social Director. 

VIOLA, MICHAEL JOSEPH, 78 Chestnut St., 
Nutley, N.J. • Elizabeth Seton Student Education 
Association. 

VITALE, CARMEN S., 51 Cedarhill Ave., Belleville, 
N.J. • Booster Club; Student Liberal Alliance; 
Young Democrats. 

VITALE, JOHN, 6 Watsessing Ave., Belleville, N.J. 

VOLPE, ANNE MARIE; 456 Stuyvesant Ave., Irv- 
ington, N.J. 

VOSS, RCHARD JOHN, 105 Prospect St., War- 
wick, N.J. • Marketing Club; N.F.C.C.S. 

VREELAND, JOHN J., 103 Elm St., West Orange, 
N.J. • Marketing Club. 

WADHAMS, VALERIA, 187 Plainfield Ave., Edison, 
N.J. • Psychology Club. 

WALLACE, CHARLES D., 44 Park Lane, Trenton, 
New Jersey. 

WALSH, CHARLES J., 19 George St., Orange, 
New Jersey. 

WALSH, JOSEPH T., 450 Wayne St., Jersey City, 
New Jersey. 

WARAKSA, DANIEL R„ 140 N. Leswing Ave., Sad- 
dle Brook, N.J. • Varsity Club; Baseball Team. 

WARD, CLIFFORD J., Box 252, RD #2, Colts 
Neck N.J. • Academy of Science; Biology Research; 
Young Democrats; Chemistry Honors Society; Or- 
ganic Chemistry Seminar; Intramurals; Executive 
Advisor of ADA. 

WATLINGTON, CATHERINE ALICIA, #5DD 
Palme Straede, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands • Sigma 
Theta Sigma, Recording Secretary, Parliamentarian; 
Women's Glee Club; Guidance Representatixe; Stu- 
dent Council, Junior and Senior Class Representa- 
tive; Senior Class Parliamentarian; N.J.S.S.N.A.; 
SETON VOICE. 


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WEATHERS, THEODORE ALFRED, 76 Poe Ave., 
Newark, N.J. • Police Science. 

WEBER, CHARLES R., 500 S. Center St., Orange, 
N.J. • Academy of Science, Vice President. 

WEGELER, JAMES, 52 Tillinghast St., Newark, 
N.J. • Accounting Club; Tau Sigma Phi, Treasurer. 

WEIGEL, RAYMOND BARGER, 421 Rahway Rd., 
South Plainfield, N.J. • Marketinq Club. 

WHEELAN, ROBERT MICHAEL, 8 Columbus Ave., 
Montclair, N.J. • Booster Club; Delta Kappa Pi, 
Treasurer; Seton Hall University Mathematics Club; 
Modern Language Club; Young Democrats; Intra- 
murals. 

WHELAN, PATRICIA MARY, 100 Knickerbocker 
Rd., Englewood, N.J. • Workshop Theater; Drama 
Club, Vice President; Student National Education 
Association; Choir; Junior Prom Committee; Queen 
of the Junior Prom; Student Council, Rules Com- 
mittee. 

WHELAN, ROBERT, III Halsted St., Orange, 
N.J. • Finance Association; Economics Club. 

WHITEMAN, MARY ANN, 19 De Witt Ave., Belle- 
ville, N.J. • Student Council, Corresponding Secre- 
tary; Phi Delta Pi; Senior Class, Secretary. 

WIGMORE, DAVID, JR., 1225 Bloomfield Ave., Ho- 
boken, N.J. • Accounting Club; Philosophy Club; 
Young Republicans. 

WILLIAMS, HAROLD LOUIS; 124 Bayview Ave., 
Jersey City, N.J. • Art Club; Cosmopolitan Asso- 
ciation; Elizabeth Seton Student Education Associ- 
ation; Philosophy Club; Setonian Film Society; 
Schola Cantorum. 


WILSON, WILLIAM P., 75 Belgrove Dr., Kearny, 
New Jersey. 

WINTERS, CHARLES FREDERICK, 22 Concord 
Dr., Livingston, N.J. • Art Club. 

WINTER, RAYMOND JOSEPH, 36 Garwood Ct. E., 
Garfield, N.J. • Modern Language Club. 

WISNOVSKY, GEORGE ANDREW, 65 Lincoln 
Ave., Clifton, N.J. • Booster Club; International 
Relations Club; Modern Language Club; Pershinq 
Rifles; Student Liberal Alliance; Collegiate Coun- 
cil for the United Nations; Intramurals. 

WISTER, ROBERT J., 94 Highland Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. 

WITTIG, JAMES T., 82 Dowling Pkwy., West Pater- 
son, N.J. 

WOLFENDEN, ROBERT G., 103 Storms Ave., Jersey 
City, N.J. 

WOLFF, DONALD J., 6 Center St., Belleville, N.J. 

WOLFSON, EUGENE P., 175 S. 21st St., Irvington, 
N.J. • Accounting Club. 

WONSOWSKI, ALAN J., 188 LaSalle Ave., Has- 
brouck Heights, N.J. • Triphibian Guard; S.A.M. 

WORTMAN, BARBARA PATRICIA, 907 Olive St., 
Elizabeth, N.J. • Student Council; Sodality of Our 
Lady; Seton Call. 

WUJCIAK, ROBERT H., 72 Pulaski St., Newark, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Delta Sigma Delta, 
Vice President; Ski Club; Triphibian Guard; Young 
Democrats. 


WYCKOFF, EUGENE J., 625 New Brunswick Ave., 
Perth Amboy, N.J. • Marketing Club. 

WYSOCKI, THERESA ANN, 323 Hillside Dr., Nep- 
tune, N.J. • Registered Nurses Association. 

YACHECHAK, ROBERT JOHN, South 90 Fairview 
Ave., Paramus, N.J. • Physical Education Club. 

YAMBA, ZACHARY ALBERT, Ghana, Africa • Cos- 
mopolitan Association, President; Elizabeth Seton 
Student Education Association; International Rela- 
tions Club; Modern Language Club, President; 
N.F.C.C.S.; National Student Association; Varsity 
Club; Soccer Team; Senior Class Senator. 

YORKE, JOHN D., 425 Springfield Ave., Hasbrouck 
Heights, N.J. 

YUPPA, CONNIE G., 275 Bell Ave., Lodi, N.J. • 
Booster Club; Student Council, Secretary; Student 
National Education Association; Sodality; Alpha Pi 
Epsilon, Treasurer; Hazing Committee; Dance Com- 
mittees; Student Council, Representative; Sopho- 
more Class, Secretary; Junior Class, Secretary; Art 
Workshop. 

ZAGAROLA, LAWRENCE, 236 Lincoln Ave., Cliff- 
side Park, N.J. 

ZAINO, ANGELO V., 209 Hoffman Blvd., East 
Orange, N.J. • Young Democrats. 

ZENKERT, ARTHUR P., 82 Hamilton Ave., New- 
ark, N.J. • Accounting Club; Triphibian Guard; 
Baseball Team. 

ZINNO, TERENCE C., 196 Lafayette St., Newark, 
N.J. • Academy of Science; Intramural Athletics; 
Society for the Advancement of Management. 


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