I was surprised when a friend told me he wasn't aware that St. Bernardhad ever had a college. After thinking about it for a moment, Irealized it had been almost thirty years since St. Bernard Collegeclosed its doors. That was what motivated me to write a book about myexperience there. I attended St. Bernard College from August 1966until May 1970. It was a time when St. Bernard College strived withattendance peeking during those years. Also of significance, varioussports were putting St. Bernard on the map. The 1967-68 basketballteam was outstanding, winning their conference championship in one ofthe highest scoring games in conference history. In writing the book,I mention many other things that went on there, including campusactivities, other sports and the professors, priests and students ofthe college. The book emphasizes two primary things: that outstandingbasketball team of 1967-68 of which I was a member, and the influenceCoach Charles Richard had on his athletes, students and the collegeitself. You will take a walk down memory lane as you read about whatit was like at St. Bernard College in the late Sixties.