First row: Phil Zumaris, George Heenan, Nick Kass, Bob Now. Second row: Dan Joyce, Tom Coffey, Ralph Neuhaus, Tom Kin-
ney, Denis Reagan. Third row: Bill O'Neill, Larry LeWarne, Jerry Farrell, David Bater, Dan Shea.
INTER CLUB …
Front to back and left to right: Ed
Kelly, Mark McGowan, Ron Holsher,
Bill Egan, Bob Gallaher, John Ca-
hill, Jerry Lutz, Greg Kloser, Bill
Underwood, Ted Holmes, Jim Gibbons, Ken Denzel, Dave O'Connell.
Sergeant-at-arms Dan Joyce,
Front row: Bill Sladek, Greg Kloser, Jim Venzon, James Boyle, Tom McMahon. Second row: Guadalupe Soliz, Jim Dana, Martin
Magee, Bill Conway. Third row: Bob Roxlau, Mike DeCoster, Ron Riefer, John Pfrimmer, Bob Hannom, Milt Steffen, Don Judge,
THE VESTED CHOIR
The Vested Choir is composed of both lay and seminary students. It performs the service of singing at
all religious functions and several times during the year performs in concert. Father Cletus Madsen is
the director and Father…
Front row: George Doe, Melba Kinney, Leah Hyde, Dolly Sladek, Steve Doyle. Second row: Ron Krogman, Benny Dalrymple,
Bill Lego, John Lingle. Third row: Bob McCarthy, Jon Bristol, Jerry Jackson, Dick Fret, Jim Schlunz, Ron Rothert.
Sitting: Jerry Foley, Tom Joyce, Bob Montanya, Dave Forringer, Phil McGrath, Mike Aljanich. First row standing: Terry McGrath, Marty Garino, Terry Alwine, Denny Paulzin, Gary Brown, Karl Kaufmann, Don Meismer, Steve McGrath. Second row:
Front row: Ken Erdle, John Latterini, Gary Prina, Dan Joyce, Mike Aljanich, Paul Tresnhaw. Second row: Tom McMahon, Dan
O'Shea, Bill Underwood, Bill Strenski, Louis Mashiopinto, John Fox. Third row: Ralph Merkle, Richard Reiland Dennis Reagan, John…
Front row: Phil Genestra, Annabelle Kurriger, Carol Fisher, Jim Kraft. Second row: Bob Emerick, Bette Born, Rocky Cassini,
Jim Patterson, Janice Miller, Ray Kamin. Standing: Pat Little, Father Bernard Kamerick, Ray Linden.
Some day I'll pass through the Great Gates of Gold,
And see a man pass through unquestioned and bold.
"A saint?" I'll ask, and old Peter'll reply:
"No, he carries a pass — he's a newspaper guy."
The Newspaper Guy, Stanza…