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VOLUME XXi NUMBER 2
ESSETINEOTOSSIEC HI ENERT COR SeSE GE NETO TETE aN indectnttsbcinininbeinirtninaais d 3c
| GEORGE J. PEQUIGNOT, 50
; Editor .
I Dear Santa,
JosepH F, O’DONNELL, °43
| MarTIN L. GILL, °32
Epwarp J. MICHAELS, °36
Now you shall rob-
ably not recognize meée from
this letter as it te presents a
considerable departure from
the tone of my previous dis-
patches to you. You SEE, Vo reformed. ... I mean D ve turned ovetansw 4 :
. well I'm back on the job here at Villanova and 9'm now a man of purpose. | ‘
A different purpose than before that is.
Rev. Howarp J. RiciMonpb, 733
GEORGE J. PEQUIGNOT, ’50
Rey. Joun A. KLEKoTka, O.S.A., °35 To tell the truth Om glad O'm Lack on the job, and I'm feeling like a
million. Gt is a bit trying at times, however. Gor one thing they're making me
| | Director, Alumni Relations
| meer’ *“* BOARD OF GOVERNORS J
| Joseph P. DeLuca ’30 John Padova ’56 go to school again. Seems as if they felt that 9 did not have the command of i
ij Paetrus F. Banmiller ’35 Frank Conway ’34
Marshall J. Halphen ’27
Warren M. Brown 33
Idward J. Donahue ’33
John J. MacDonald ’22
Hion, Theodore L, Reimel ’24
Dr. Patrick J. Romano 30
Rey. William Farrell ’45
John J. Gallen ’27
James J. Bannon ’27
Clarence G, Heininger ’50
Charles J, Boyle ’30
Col. Wilfrid MacCarthy ’11
Toseph Kehoe ’34
Harry F, Ware ’51
Arthur Johnson 751
Gabriel J. Stabile ’32
the language that a person of my position should have. Santa, you'll necer
know what responsibilities we mascots have! Why 9 even have to fill in f
missing Land members and the only musical experience 9 have is some scattered
fwanging on the uhkelele.
Taceues 1, Mawch "43 Mark AsDoylest9 1 HOLY
*. Mauch *4 Mark A, Doyle’ . . , ‘
William Cc. Faulke?31 Fugene M. McDonald ’55 But enough of this buttering-up, let me get on with the purpose of this HATHERS OC
r. Paul Carmichael ’47 Fdward Blazo ’52 , tp . . a
George Haggerty, Jr. "40 Toseph J. Rinaldi 730 letter, and J wan you that you won t know it is me... (Rold it a minute pep! XRESENTIE
Louis M. Lolli 754 Peter Leone ’ 4 . . j
George Morhauser ’38 John Klekotka '32 22.900, from the tequests 9 make. It would be greatly appreciated if you Ths sum:
Robert E. O’Brien 740 Terry Agnes ’38 . . . . . , , . ’
Lawrence J. Mallon ’47 William FE. Schubert, ’42 could insert the following items into my stocking (if they don't fit, you car hines A. Do
Fugene Filipski 54 Thomas F. Devine, ’43 f fihs The!
James P. Leaming, Sr.’10 William B. Cleary, ’37 shove some under the tree)! Of the Unive
Matthew A. Lynch °23 Raymond §S. Lvons, ’58 Viste 05
William J. Christopher ’37. David Truilli, ’56 ie vy
1. Correct addresses for all the alumni (or just send us your little spi
PARTIAL LIST OF CLUB SECRETARIES Llack Look w , hoe als oT BES
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEW YORK : ack Look when you ve finished with it), ie
James Lyons Villiam Lane edtahed t
10746 Fsther Avenue 525 Castleton Ave. 2 7 foot rasketh im wi f). AC
JO746 Esther, Avenue 325, Castleton Ave. A fo center for the Laskethall team (leave him with A
VALLEY FORGE ESSEX/MORRIS COUNTIES . _ .
John A. Patani aniel Paris 3. A chapel large enough for all the students,
213 Dorset Road 3 Ridge Street S,
evon, Penna. range, N. J, . . \,
NORTH JERSEY SOUTH JERSEY 4. Anew Seminole fox Glorida State. (9 turned beast that day.)
Jack Conway William Faulk \
Pines Lake, Rov. #2 Merchontvilie's, NI 5. Af science building. (You might have to leave it and the chapel ot Feher Do
CHICAGO STAMFORD i Sea Vy
Donald W. Blaha Frank Pimpinella outside. ) Vila
1440 Board of Trade 55 Suburban Avenue 2 His Hoh
Bldg., Chicago 4, IU. Stamford, Conn. 6. 10,000 active alumni who will help me build the finest alumni i: Feet De
HUDSON COUNTY ROCHESTER t Do:
Daniel A. Fitzpatrick William EF. Canfield the Country. Gn fact if you leave these for ct about the other TS Most imps
298 Hudson Boulevard 635 St. Paul Street . ’ 9 than mp
Bayonne, N, J. Rochester, N. Y. thine & for We can handle them ourselves. ) bas keen a
PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON, D.C.
Martin R. Mulkeen
Edward McGehrin HA
302 I. Woodland Ave. 1004 Ward St. 7. Tange fox a happy and holy holiday for zach alumnus and his (Tks
Springfield, Del Co., Laurel, Md if . Problem
enna. DETROIT family. SS sce th
LAWRENCE Donald LaFond bate
115 Waverly St.
1913. Huntington St.
1300 Wesley Ave.
Ocean City, N. J.
c/o Steel Tool & Eng.
Co., 3058 Junction
Detroit 10, Michigan
41 So. 27th Street
Camp Hill, Penna.
503 W. 13th St.
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That’ s it Santa and Wm counting on you.
Your ardent admirer,
df you'd like to check back through some of my precious letters and
leave a little something for me personally ad feel that you wert
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