Newman Club had a ditto year of their
1962-63 school year this past term. The Club
again won the School Spirit Award presented
by Sparks, and the boys won the All-School
Intramural Trophy, with the girls finishing
The Reverend Micheal Murphy, O.P., and Kilian Downey, O.P.,
are both full time Chaplains.
Two Top Awards
third. Individual school championships won
by boys were football, swimming, and second place in track and softball.
The Newmanites participated in all phases
of campus activities. During Homecoming
they sponsored the Bonfire Dance in the Den,
with all the proceeds going to the John F.
Kennedy Memorial Library Fund. Members
also built and entered a float in the annual
competition. Newman Club took first place
in the APO Paper Drive for Mentally Retarded children with 10,210 pounds of paper.
Outstanding Newman Club members are:
Mike Cook, Photo Editor for the HOUSTONIAN, House of Representatives Clerk,
and member of the Traffic Appeals Board;
Judi Cerny, cheerleader, Sparks member, and
Education Senator; Carol Conte, Vanity Fair
Favorite; Carole Marti, Sparks member, Lanyard Club, and Golf Queen Finalist; Charlie
Sicola, HOUSTONIAN Editor, Arts and
Sciences Senator, and Koobraey Ball Chairman; and Brenda Beust, COUGAR Editor and
Mass is held daily on campus with confessions heard before each mass. There are two
full-time chaplains, The Reverend Kilian
Downey, O.P., and The Reverend Michael
Two full semesters of non-credit theology
classes are offered and taught by one of
the chaplains. Convenient times are set up
for these classes.
Religion, education, and social activities
formed the three-fold purpose of the Newman
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN: KNEELING: G. J. CantuTRussell Raia. STANDING: Mike Cook, Doug Her-
rera, Carl Triola, Paul Descant, Bob Pendarvis, Jim Cirincione, Sam Tamborello.