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THE MAROON Volume XII LOYOLA UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LA., NOVEMBER 24, 1933 Number 8 RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE FOR GYM CIRCUS NIGHT CLUB Students To Sell Five Thousand Tickets for Bazaar With over 200 reservations already made, Loyola students are urged to get in touch with secretaries of their classes and arrange for tables at the Night Club dances to be held in connection with the Gym Circus next month. At a meeting of the Student Council TuesD. day, a representative of the Circus committee urged the student body to cooperate as much as possible ) and the Council agreed to dispose of five thousand tickets for the fair. Each student will receive ten tickets. Reservations for the Night Club dances must be made separately, however, and immediately as already over 200 applications have been received. "Pinky and his Orleanians", well known WWL staff orchestra, will furnish music for the dances and decorations are to be elaborate. The Loyola night club will be held for the two nights of December 14 and 15, instead of on the 15th only as previously scheduled, according to an announcement by Gar Moore, secretary of the committee in charge. This feature Is to be in connection with the Loyola gym circus originally set for December 15, 16. and 17. "The extension of the date," Mr. Moore stated, "has been made in anticipation of a very large crowd. Already some thirty reservations have been made and we expect a grea.. many more." There will be three floor shows each night featuring talent from Club, Forest and Suburban Gardei.s. In addition, radio entertainers have been engaged and talent is being solicited from the University itself. Pinky and his WWL Thespians Will Not Offer Student Play Plans to include the student play "To the State", in their mid-year presentation have been changed by the Loyola Thespians. Announcement that the winners In One-Act-Play Contest of last year will compete in a presentation contest, sponsored by the Thespians, forced a rearrangement of the midyear program. The one-act play program for the midyear program will not be c'hanged, however. * Selection of a play to replace "To the State" will be decided by the play-reading committee In the near future. Alma Mater Song Rehearsed By Students The student body will have ample opportunity to learn their new Alma Mater song and sing It at the Homecoming game Thanksgiving daj. This became apparent yesterday morning when the song was enthusiastically received by the student body in the first rehearsal of this winning composition by an anonymous alumnus. Further rehearsals of the song will be held Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday at 12 o'clock noon, according to an announcement by the Rev. J. A. Greeley, S. J., dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. The song was heard over the air for the first time when it was rendered by a male quartet during last night's Campus quarter hour on WWL. Members of the quartet were Dalton Weber, first tenor; Charles McMurray, second tenor; Winter Trapolin, baritone; and Ru jsel Freed, bass. Campus Program Introduces Song Loyola's Alma Mater was first presented to the public last oyening over station WWL on the regular weekly Campus Quarter Hour conducted by students of the university.The members of the quartet, were: Dalton Weber, first tenor, Charles McMurray, second tenor, Winter Trapolin, barritone, and Russel Freed, bass. The program was announced by Tom Dunn and included news of the university and a two minute talk by Bill Ritchie, alumnus, who spoke on the Homecoming plans for the Thanksgiving game next week. Frosh Dents Last To Elect Officers Completely completing class elections for the year, the freshman dental class chose the following officers for the coming year: Edward Driscoll, president; Frank Guio, vice-president; Abram Diaz, secretaiy; and Arthur Merchant, treasurer. Outlining a plan of immediate activity Driscoll said that an executive council composed of the officers would plan and carry out all important business proposed by ■.he class. This Week Friday, Nov. 24 7:00 A. Mi.—University M a S s, Holy Name chapel. 11:00 A. M.—Hausmann debate, Marquette auditorium.5:00 P. M.—French play rehearsal, Marquette auditorium.9:00 P. M.—Gym dance, gymnasium Freret street. Saturday, Nov. 25 Think up something. Sunday, Nov. 26 6:00 P. M.—Philosophy forum, Marquette auditorium.Monday, Nov. 27 12:00 Noon—Student rehearsal of Alma Mater Marquette auditorium. 1:00 P. M.—Chemistry Club meets, Bobet hall. .5:00 .P. M.—French play rehearsal, Marquette auditorium.Tuesday, Nov. 28 12:00 Noon—Student rehearsal of Alma Mater, Marquette auditorium. 12:30 P. M.—Student Council meets, B'obet hall. 8:00 P. M.—Parents of all students meet at Gym, Freret street, for Gym circus plans. 9:00 P. M.—Chimes of Normandy rehearsal, Conservatory hall. Wednesday, Nov. 29 lit mail delivery—Maroon comes out. 12:00 Noon—Student rehearsal of Alma Mater, Marquette auditorium. 5:00 P. M.—French play rehearsal, Marquette audittorium.8:00 P. M.—Alumni Homecoming banquet, Roosevelt Hotel, Thursday, Nov. 30. Thursday, Nov. 30 Thanksgiving Day—No classes. 3:00 P. M.—Loyola - Centenary game. And more about that next Wednesday.Centenary's 2-Man Coaching Staff HOM£J9 H. NOIZTOM CUHTIS PAKK-Ef*. MEAD COACH ASSISTANT COACH These two teach the Gentlemen how to act and since 1927, when Homer Norton became head coach at Centenary, the Gents have piled up impressive scores and established several enviable records. In 1931 they lost only one game and for the past two years Centenary has not lost a single game. Next year we expect to hear great things from Texas A. & M., for Coach Norton is going there. Centenary loses a valuable man. Thanksgiving Game Will Be Real Test Of Wolf Strength Thanksgiving day will witness whether Loyola may claim the state championship of Louisiana or not. On that day Coach Homer Norton will bring his Centenary Gents undefeated and unscored on, to Loyola stadium where "Doc" Erskine's double wing back formation will provided the opposition. This affray will be one of the best Indicators of the Wolves' real aiblity and has been eagerly anticipated throughout the season both by the Pack and the entire student body. Loyola's rating is somewhat lower than tne Gents', but the Wolves expect to change all that and show that the Rice defeat was no indication of their real strength. The Centenary Gents will play for the last time under the leadership of Coach Homer Norton when they meet the Wolves, for Texas A. and M will claim him as head coach next season. In hie six years at the Shreveport college, Norton has piled up an enviable record. His team lost only one game in the last three years and that by a 7-6 score to the University of Texas, until they met the Razorbacks from Arkansas in the last game and couldn't get anything better than a tie. This year things have been looking up even more for the Gents. They haven't lost a single contest and their goal line has yet to be crossed. A singular feature of this year's games is that they have tied three straight contests. All three were against the stiffest of opposition, L. S. U., Texas U. and Texas Christian. The Wolfpack is undergoing strenuous training at present to toughen them for the Gentlemen from Shreveport and Erskine promises that his squad will be at the peak of condition for the Turkey Day battle. Senior Chemists To Visit Brewery Chemistry club seniors, In the first of a series of weekly tours in connection with their work, saw what they drink from the ground up when they visited the New Orleans purification plant on Eagle street, last week. S. G. F. Haas, technical engineer of the sewerage and water board, pointed out and explained in detail the various steps in bringing water to New Orleans —the pumps at the river, the lino to the plant, actual purification. and pumps into the city. Next week seniors will visit Jackson brewery. A meeting of the chemistry club will be held tonight at 7:30, Lloyl Salithe, president of the club, aiinounced. Election of this year's officers will be held within the week. Freshman Theme At Gym Dance Tonight The season's second Gym Dance will be held tonight in the Loyola Gymnasium at 9 o'clock. A special Freshman theme will be carried out in accordance with the announcement that this dance is for the special henor of the first year students.'Gym dances this year promise to be even more popular than they weie last year," said J. Skelly Wright, chairman of the dance committee, "and we expect a large crowd in the Gym Friday night. The ticket sale is well up to expectations and we can afford to follow our policy of not selling any tickets at the door the night of the dance." This policy of not selling tickets is in accord with a decision of the committee based on the necessity of keeping the dance a strictly student affair. Decorations, this week under the direction of Paul J. Cuesen, will carry out the freshman theme. ALUMNI FROM ALL OVER SOUTH GATHER HERE NEXT WEEK FOR THANKSGIVING HOMECOMING Old Grads Coining For Two Gala Days Elaborate Program On Tap For Homecoming Day Over two hundred and fifty graduates from all over the South are corrDing back to Loyola next week for what is being termed the bigsest Homecomnig ceremonies ever held at Loyola with an elaborate program offering two gala days to grrduaf.es of the university. The elaborate program arranged for the old grads includes a banquet and dance in the Venetian room of, the Roosevelt Hotel and all day open house at the Alumnae Home on Calhoun street. A special alumni section has been arranged for the Centenary pai.ie and the Maroon is publishing a supplement including the new Al"ii.'. Mater and Loyola songs and yells. The supplements will be distributed at the stadium before the game to all alumni and students. Those attending the banquet will be entertained by such well known speakers as Dr. J. T. Nix and Miss Isaboll French, and special numbers by Carmen Resell, Loyola's coloratura soprano; James Wilson, WH'L radio singer; Dalton Weber and June Meyer. Among the guests will be Very Rev. J. W. Hynes, S. J., Judge Rosell Concert Next Monday Night Classical Program Will Be Offered To Music Lovers Music lovers and friends of Carmen Rosell will pack the Holy Name auditorium next Monday night to hear Loyola's coloratura soprano sing vocal selections o£ the most difficult nature, according to reports on the advance sale of ticket!" for the performance. The affair is being sponsored by prominent Orleanians in a movement to raise funds to send Miss Rosoll to Europe so that she may continue her vocal studies. Miss Rosell is a graduate of the Loyola College of Music and was a finalist in the Atwater Kent Auditions of 1929. The program will consist of classical selections by Miss Rosell. She will be accompanied by Albert Kirst, violinist; Miss Cora Marion Sadler, pianist, and Ralph Lacassagne, ilutist. Tbe committee presenting the recital are Mesdames J. Marshall Qulntero, Manuel Castro, Edmond R. Mabry. Ernest Riedel, Charles O'Neill. Homer Dupuy, Lawrence Trawick, Robert M. Walmsley, Melvil A. Martin, Hardie Redditt, Harry McCall, Rene Freret and Ernest Riedel. Misses Jessie C. Montejo, Mary Scott, Elizabeth Wood, Virginia New Track Emblems For Last Year Men Track emblems for the varsity men of last year may be a little different than usual, according to Tad Gormley. An assortment of samples are now under consideration. One combination that has been coming in for favorable comment is an emblem about the size of a quarter with a blue enameled "L" and gold wipgs on either side. A final choice has not been made, however. For the freshman the usual sweaters and letters will be given out. Fr. Burke Against Capital Attitude Declaring that the attitude of capital towards labor in the United States during the past few years was ethically unsound, the Rev. Martin Burke, S. J., head of the department of philosophy of Loyola university delivered the third of a periep of Sunday evening addresses in the Forum in Philosophy," Sunday evening in Marquette auclitorioum."The human beings that are classified as laborers have a standing in our social system that is no better than that of a horse or an automobile", Father Burke asserted. "The capitalist should be forced to run his industry at a loss if necessary, in order to keep men in employment". During the course of his talk, Father Burke drew a parallel between the NRA and the encyclical of Pope Leo XIII. "The Pope's encyciicai and the provisions of the NPA are essentially the same," Father Burke told the audience. Classical selections by Grieg, Warner and St. Saens were offered by the string ensemble under the direction of Dr. E. E. Schuyten. Frosh And Soph Debate Opens Contest At 11:00 this morning the first event in the Hausmann Trophy Contest will be presented in Marquette auditorium when the Freshman debate team meets the team representing the second year students.Stephen Rodi and Thomas Dunn will speak for the sophomores and Milton McGovern and John Mc- Cann for the freshmen. The subject of the debate will be: "Resolved that a modified form o( hazing is helpful to the university." The freshmen have the affirmative and the sophomores the negative. Tlie program will be opened by the singing of the new Alma Mater by t'he entire assembly. PRINCIPALS WILL REHEARSE WITH CHORUS The first joint rehearsal of both the principals and chorus of "Chimes of Normandy", student opera, will he held Tuesday night in Conservatory Hall, Rev. A. B. Goodspeed, general chhirman of the committee on production, recently announced. Mrs. de Ello Simon has been appointed to supervise the designing and costuming for the production, Father Goodspeed said. Mrs. Simon, an assistant professor of voice at the Loyola College of Music, will sing the part of Germaine in the opera. "The Chimes" will be presented at McMain High School Auditorium, where "Martha" was held last year. Dr. A. J. Bonomo, director of the Loyola Thespians and of the dramatics of the opera, will begin work on the dramatic part of the production soon. Debate Series Put Off Till December 4 Elimination debate series have been postponed one week and will beg-in Monday, December 4, according to an announcement by William K. Hamilton, president of the Edward Douglass White Debating Society."The postponement is due to the inability of judges to attend the series", said Hamilton," and we can give the contestants a little more time to prepare their speeches." The series was to have started Monday, November 27 in Marquette auditorium. Each of the series is to be moved back one week as a result of this announcement. Quoth The Students "Never More" By Earl F. Wtgmann (With all due apologies to Mr. Pot) I. Each and every midnight dreary, all the boys are weak and weary, From the quaint and curious volumes they had seen just once before. Everyone is busy jamming; everyone is cramming, cramming - - Cramming on the night before. 11. Math and science drive them crazy, make their minds grow lazy, hazy, Every time they try to force themselves to learn a little more. You can hear them all declaring; everyone is busy swearing They will do it nevermore. 111. By and by they all are leery; eyes grow tired and then get weary, And the only sound that can be heard is a deep aiwl rumbling snore. In the morning when they're waking, they are quaking, they are shaking - - Dizzy from the night before. IV. Tests are done; and they breathe freely, but their minds are somewhat reely, And from each and every classroom comee a great, sonorous roar. They avow to quit their shamming; never have to do more cramming - - - Quoth the student "Nevermore!" (Continued on Page 4) (Continued on page 2) (Continued on page 4) Jell- Your folks to br nf the Gym Circus meeting Tuesday in the gym at 7:30. A Maroon supplement will be issued to students and alumni at the Thanksgiving game In Loyola Stadium. The supplement will contain the words and music of the new Alma Mater and of the Fight Song, together with the clieers and yells to be used at the game. There will be no holiday Friday, December 1, according to an announcement from the office of the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. 'Big- Eight iiage Homecoming issue comes out next Wednesday morning.
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