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1966 Yearbook

1966 Yearbook


1966 Yearbook


Attention Focused On Campus And World
John Jablkowski, as a member of King Arthur's Court, welcomed
the parents, students, faculty and friends to the annual Fall Fair
sponsored by the National Federation of Catholic College Students. It was again held in LeClaire Gymnasium where the
magic of paint and paper transformed the environment into
the days of "Camelot," the theme. The dungeon was a favorite
of all the patrons who were not captured. The Fall Fair was
a highlight of the November Parents' Weekend.
The "Penny Pitch" was one of the many carnival games to be
played at the booths of the 1965-66 Fall Fair in LeClaire Gym.
The 1965-66 Departmental Awards recipients gath-
ered at the banquet given in their honor. They
were, first row: Tony McAndrews, Physical Educa
tion; Tom Keefe, Mathematics; Steve Conte, Po-
litical Science; John Shaffner, Sociology; Tom
Dowling, Accounting; second row: Dan Michalek
Business; Larry Kamin, Biology; Philip Flemming
Speech; third row: Bill Thieson. Education; Jose
Liana, Chemistry; Mike Cox, History; top row:
Don Miller, English; Tom Mooney, Music; Mike
Lillis, Physics. The awards were presented as a
part of Parents' Weekend.
The first weekend of November was Parents' Weel
end. The Parents were welcomed with a luncheon on
Saturday noon. As part of the program, the annul
Student Council Honors Banquet was held. Sister Rita-
mary, C.H.M., gave the address and Jim Henkhaus
Council President, presided. At the Sunday brunch
Rev. Joseph E. Kokjohn spoke and Mr. Richard Aubry
The annual Fall Fair was held the same weekend
The theme for the 1965 extravaganza was "Camelot."
The gym was bedecked with banners and coats of arms
reminiscent of the days of King Arthur. The dungeon
became a reality and the games and booths as well as
the refreshment nook were popular with all. The two
day event netted the NFCCS over $1,000.


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