Everyone wants to get into the Act.
Dont just do something, stand there!
Creating the most active participation in the intramural schedule
was the basketball tournament
which found 250 students representing a record…
Pictured in these pages are
action shots from several
of the I-M tournaments.
Throughout the year, the
tourneys continued to
make open competition
available to the students.
If a student did not participate in…
The Monogram Club came away with a thrilling
50-46 overtime victory over a determined faculty
team in the annual Monogram-Faculty game. The
game was nip and tuck all the way and was highlighted by the sharp shooting of faculty…
1st row: T. Gibbons, J. Grafton, K. Denzel, C. Bubany, S. Zoll. 2nd row: J. Bradshaw, R. Lemke, J. Cahill, R. Bohls,
R. Holscher, P May. 3rd row: B. Brabbit, R. Zeimet, P. Slingsby, K. Neville. 4th row: D. Newman, J. Lingle, W.
Duax, J. Lotz, R.…
Music and Drama
Music and drama continued to gain
in stature at Ambrose. Increased student participation and enthusiasm in
the band, glee club, and drama groups
gave rise to a most productive year.
These departments made the transition from virtual…
The St. Ambrose College Concert Band, under the excellent
direction of Mr. Clarence J. Kriesa, is composed of students
from Marycrest and Ambrose. The objective of the band is
to perform on the highest possible level and to acquaint its
The Glee Club, led by the Rev. James E. Greene, experienced
the most productive year in its history. The musical genius
and magnetic personality of Father Greene inspired near-
professional results from the group.
This year's activities…
Horace Vandergelder .
Ambrose Kemper . .
Miss Flora Van…