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THE MAROON LOYOLA UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LA., MAY 18, 1934 Number 2& 2 Volume XII The Campus View Hy E. F. W. NATIONAL Clean-up Week seems to be the title for this week insofar as crime is concerned. Little June Robles, 6, has been found and " returned to her parents. Her kidnapers evidently got the well known "cold feet," because they • wrote a letter of directions telling how to find her. The law hasn't been able to get its hands on them yet, but most probably by the time you read this they will be in jail. The William F. Gettle kidnap case was satisfactorily solved when three confessed and they were sentenced to life in San Quentin. It will be noted that both of the victims were returned alive without the payment of the ransom demanded. Wednesday George Dallao i and John Capaci were removed to ■ the Gretna jail to await their execution this afternoon. These two men robbed and killed Charles Rabito last year. Kenneth Neu, also in the condemned row, and popularly known as the "Sabbath Slayer," sang them his farewell as they left. All in all, Uncle Sam and his helpers have done a pretty good job. Dillinger is the only outstanding gangster retaining his freedom, but he seems to be just a little bit too big a piece of dirt • to get into the vacuum cleaner of peace and order. EMERGENCIES call for quickwittedness and level-headed thinking, and when both of these are not present tragic results accrue. Take, for instance, what happened over in France this week. There was an automobile race going on and a dog dashed upon the speedway. The spectators waved to the driver to warn him, and he saw the animal in time. He swerved to keep from killing the dog and in so doing lost control of the car. It i hurtled into a mass of spectators and killed eight and injured five. But the dog was unharmed. Thirteen people against a dog and the dog won—all because the driver was tender-hearted and not levelheaded.Second Week of Music Recital Starts Monday Featured by graduate recitals by Yvonne Thomac and Eileen Mac- Kinnon, the Loyola college of music • enters the second week of its endof-the-year program Monday. Miss Thomas will present her recital in Conservatory liall Monday evening and will be assisted in one or two numbers by Miss MacKinnon and Lucille Springer. Miss MacKinnon holds her final scholastic recital Tuesday evening at the same place accompanied by Inez Becknell on the piano. On Wednesday evening a student recital including Marion Clade, Vivian Ballard, and Anna Giuffria will be held at the conservatory. POTHIERS SEE WATER PURIFIED « Members of the O. L. Pothier so ciety for biology students visite( the New Orleans Water Purifica tlon plant Thursday morning. The trip included an examination of all the workings of a me* tropolitan water plant—pumps from the river, purification, and distribution into the city. Loyola Society Places Second In Contest Loyola representatives placed second in the intercollegiate mathematics contest held recently, acooorlng to an announcement by Rev. Karl Maring, S. J., director of the Descartes Mathematics society. The Loyolans took first place in three of the five sections but needed a few points to defeat the Louisiana State university team. The representatives for Loyola were selected from the membership of the Descartes Mathematics society by elimination contests. Those winning first places were: Mary O'Rourke, John Daspit, Clyde Elliot, and J. S. Peterson, Jr. John Lapeyre, Alfred Bonomo, Thomas Kanapkey, and J. A. Keintz also took part in the tests. May Crowning and Procession Planned For Sunday, May 20 The annual May Crowning In honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary will take place Sunday afternoon. May 20, at 3 o'clock in Loyola stadium. Doris Volk of St. Stephen's high school has been named as queen, and Harry Cory of St. Aloysius college has been named as her escort. The sodalists will meet in the horseshoe in front of Loyola university and will march in a body out Calhoun street to Freret and thence to the stadium where the crowning will take place. The ceremony will be followed by a sermon and benediction. The speaker and the celebrant have not yet been announced. The college maids who will take part in the ceremonies are: Anna Mae Dillon of Dominican college, Loretta O'Boyle of Ursuline college, Evelyn Garcia of Mercy Hospital Training school, Mary Beba! of Hotel Dieu, and Pearl Levata of Mount Carmel Normal. Their escorts chosen from Loyola university are: Charles Bailey, Samuel McNeely, Jr., John McCann, Robert Pascal, and Stephen B. Rodi. The dukes from St. Aloysius college are Ernest Chaffaniol, Malcolm Rosenberg, Oscar Stein, and Walso Doussat. Other high school dukes and maids have not yet been announced. The bands from Jesuit High ac'nool, Holy Cross college, and St. Aloysius college will take part in the procession. Debate Men Elect Officers, Prepare For Stag Banquet Election of officers for the Edward Douglas White Debating society will be held in Marquette auditorium at noon today, according to an announcement by William Kane Hamilton, president. Discussing plana for the stag banquet, the society met in the students' publication office Monday evening. J. McCann was appointed to canvass all members of the society to obtain a definite answer as to attendance at the supper. J. Nugent will obtain bids from several restaurants in the city for the dinner. The date is tentatively set for the night of June 6. Both members will report their findings at the meeting today and final arrangements will be announced. COMMENCEMENT WEEK Wednesday, May 30 FINAL GYM DANCE Loyola Gymnasium 9:00 P. M. Thursday, May 3 1 THE THESPIAN PLAY Holy Xante Auditorium "Behold This Dreamer" '8:00 P. M. Friday, June 1 TROPHY DEBATE _ .Holy Name Auditorium Joint Public Session of the 8:00 P. M. Chief Justice Edward Doughs White and the Chief Justice Charles O'Nicl Debating Societies. Saturday, June 2 SYMPHONY CONCERT Holy Name Auditorium By the Loyola College of "8:00 P. M. .\fusic. Sunday, June 3 BACCALAUREATE SERVICES-.McDcrmott Memorial Sermon by Rev. Michael A. 9:45 A.M. Quintan, C.S.C., Ph.D. ANNUAL PRIZE AWARDS Marqufttc Auditorium 11:15 A. M. ALUMNAE RECEPTION .Loyola Campus 3:00 P. M. BLUE KEY BANQUET.. ....Place not decided 8:15 P. M. Monday, June 4 COMMENCEMENT ... Municipal Auditorium 7:50 P. M. Address to Graduates ...William J. Guste, A.8., LL.B. Sahitatorian _ Lloyd J. Salathe ] 'aledictorian ..George M. Lcppcrt I' "\ French Club Plays Featured By Awards and Excellent Acting Featured by the presentation of an award from the French government to two students for excellence in the French language, the second annual presentation of the French club pleased a fair crowd of play-goers Friday night in the Holy Name auditorium, when three one-act plays were staged by members of the club. Albert Dupuy won the first award and Robert Pascal the second. The award was made by the French vice-consul. The performance of Edward Seghers in the comedy "Un Arriviste" was especially noteworthy, as he took the part only seven days before the presentation and easily led the other dramatic aspirants in genuine acting ability, showing up well as the harassed French doctor treating the "ills" of his patients. He carried off most of the situations with great success and counteracted the distracting impressions produced by his few slips of memory. Brunilda Fransen and Joseph Lepper, taking the leads respectively in "La Dame de Bronze" and "Poil de Carotte", were just slightly beneath Seghers as far as the results of their efforts go, and for two different reasons. The parts in "Le Dame de B'ronze" were evenly distributed and Miss Fransen carried a role which did not impress the audience with its importance. However, she produced the two or three striking effects which ,to all reports, rendered this first offering of the evening the most popular on the program. The third, last, and only serious play of the evening "Poil de Caroite", offered more in the way of deep emotion, and it is probably for this reason that it did not meet the popular fancy. The role of the "Poil de Carotte", taken by Joseph Leppert, was that of an unwanted child, misunderstood by his mother and ignored by his father. The play brings out the pathos of such a situation, and Leppert, suited perfectly to the part, merits much praise for his attempts to achieve just that. John Schilleci, showing the value of past experience, succeeded well in picking up the halting and almost dragging action that was relieved only by the few periodic outbursts 'from Sdlange Mille, the mother in the play. John Kron, Lucien Delery, and Robert Pascal, taking the "speechy" parts in "La Dame de Bronze," presented their atmosphere parts to such perfection—barring a little faulty accentuation, according to experts on the subject—that they are almost forgotten in a mental review of the plays. They are taken for granted and would attract attention only by not achieving results. The same can be said of Yvonne Galatoire, Julian Michel, Louise de Tarnowsky and Cyril Broussard, for the combination of good coaching by Captain H. L. Lacy, director of the club, the sincere efforts of every member of the cast, and Installation of New Members Features Last Council Meet Inducting new members into office, the student council met Tuesday for its last official gathering of the year. Another meet ing will be called only in case some business arises which, demands immediate action. The new members taking the oath of office were: Irvin Timmrick, sophomore arts and sciences; Robert Hollier, Junior pharmacy; Albert Guedry, sophomore pharmacy; Louise de Tarnowsky, junior music; Florence Chauvin, sophomore music. Plans were also discussed concerning a Times-Picayune award to be presented to the member of The Maroon staff doing the most outstanding work each year. PARENT TEACHER PARTY The Parent Teacher association of the Loyola college of music held a bridge and lotto party at the Monteleone Hotel, Saturday afternoon May 12, for the benefit of the Student Loan funds. A fair crowd attended. Commencement Program Is Announced Exercises A t Mu n icipal Auditorium June Fourth Is Final Activity Of Year BACCALAUREATE SERMON BY FATHER QUINLAN; PROMINENT LAWYER TO ADDRESS GRADUATES; GYM DANCE, PLAY, CONCERT, OTHER EVENTS ON PROGRAM George Leppert has been named as valedictorian and Lloyd Salathe as salutatorian for the Commencement exercises to be held Monday, June 4, according to an announcement by Rev. James A. Greeley, S. J., dean of the college of arts and sciences. Rev. Michael A. Quinlan, C. S. C, Ph. D., will deliver the sermon at the Baccalaureate exercises, and William J. Guste, A. 8., LL.B., will make the address to the students the night of commencement. Leppert is graduating this year from the school of law and is a candidate for the LL. B. degree. During his career at Loyola, he has been very active in debating circles and is at present a member of the Edward Douglas White Debating society. Hβ has also been one of the outstanding track stars of the university. Salathe is a candidate for the degree of B. S. in chemistry. He has served two years on the student council and during the past term held the office of secretary. He has been active on the campus, being president of the Chemistry club and vice-president of the Glee club. Father Quinlan who will deliver the sermon at the Baccalaureate services Sunday morning, June 3, is pastor of the Sacred Heart church ,and has served in that capacity for the last six years. Before coining to this city, he was a distinguished educator at Notre Dame university, South Bend, Indiana. He received his doctorate from Catholic university in Washington, D. C. William Guste, the speaker chosen for the commencement address,address, is prominent as a local attorney, being affiliated with the well known firm of Merrick, Schwarz, Guste, Barnett, and Redniann. In Che past he was state deputy of the Knights of Columbus for Louisiana, and is at present supreme director of that organization. He is also a member of the Young Men's Business club and Is prominent in civic activities. Until last year, he was a lecturer in the law school here at the university. On Sunday, June 8, the Baccalaureate services will be held in McDermott Memorial at 9:45 a. m. This will be followed by the presentation of the annual prize awards in Marquette auditorium by the president of the university and the alumnae reception on the campus at 3:00 p. m. The Blue Key banquet at 8:15 that night will conclude the activities for the day. On Monday, June 4, the commencement exercises will take place in the Municipal auditorium at 7:50 P. m. Following is a list of those who will serve on the committee for the Baccalaureate services: CHIEF MARSHAL: Charlea Kalley. FI.At; BKARBR: John lD. Schilleci GUARDS: Wilfred Drewes, .loin, Kent. BANNER BEARER: Jamei W. Annshau . WARDS: John I.,vi,us, Humid De- Blanc, MARSHALS OK GRADUATING CLASBKH C tr of Maaloi Mildred Caianavette Yvonne Leßaron. CCiiieB.- .if i-iiiirmiK.v: Robert Holller, Bamuel FhMlh. School «if Law: William Bcheyd. Lucicn I* onrcade. Scliim.i of lD,.|itl»lrv: Qeno Ancaroni Perry Booth, College of ArtH ami SoUneeai Ilcrllia ItixlriKiic. Ceclle Dubua, James Vaudr.v, Bam Del McNeely, Jr. r.\('l I.TV MARSHAL: F Winter frapolln. CHARTER BEARER: Charlei [, Dene cbaud, Jr. GUARDS: Augustus Elmer, .Ir Hart- Wiir Sell II vll'll. CORPORATION MARSHAL: Anthony P. Bchlro, ill. The following is the list of die ushen win, will aerve tu iliCD c mencemenl exercises Monday night, June 4: CHIEF OF STAFF: Stephen I:, Ttodi. assistant CHIEFS: Richard Voelkv.r Joseph C'asf\. FLOOR CAPTAINS: Irvlti Tlmmerlck, George Joint. RECEPTION rOMMITTEE: Roy Sides, Edward Spranley, John McCann, DSHBRB Edward Aubert, John Dyer, Alvln Chlldreaa, Jr.. Itnlicrt C;. Lacey Karl Wegmann, John Daaplt, Arthur I, Voohrles, M. v. Jarreau, Charlei Cablbl, Jerome Fltapatrlck, Henry Kaaek, Henry Beter, Jr.. Florence Daaplt, William Maher, Jr.. Leglle Hot tinker, Raymond Rlixo, Alvln Gehrlng, Nicholas Cbetta, Lawrence Artman Jr. Charles Chambera ami Tbomaa Dalgle The complete program of the Com mencei it work activities will be fciunii eliewhere on tins page. VALEDICTORIAN George M. Leppert, candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Law. SALUTATORIAN Lloyd J. Salathe, candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. Rodi Choses Sodality College Council Prefect Election of officers was held at the meeting of the college council of sodalities Monday evening in Marquette hall. Stephen B. Rodi, sophomore arts and science student at Loyola university, was re-elected prefect. Other officers chosen were: Margaret Drown of Ursuline college, vice-prefect; Anna Mae Dillon of Dominican college, recording secretary; and Evelyn Garcia of Mercy Hospital Training school, corresponding secretary. The newly elected officers will be inducted at mass Thursday morning, May 24, in Thomas hall chapel. New members elected to serve during 1934-35 were introduced, and final announcements concerning the May crowning were made. LOYOLA REPRESENTING CATHOLIC CHAPTERS IN BLUE KEY ORGAN The Loyola chapter of the Blue Key national honor fraternity has been selected to represent the Catholic chapters in the country in the official publication of tne fraternity, according to an announcement by Leo Zinser, president of the chapter. Arrangements are being made to include in the publication an article on the stain-glass window that was recently donated to the university by the local chapter. Zinser also stated that an announcement of the selection of this year's pledges to the Blue Key would be made in the near future. JESUIT SEMINARY FUND RECEIVES BENEFIT An entertainment for the benefit of the Jesuit Seminary fund was given in Marqiietle hall auditorium Monday night under the direction of Senorita Linda Hinojosa, the theme being a Spanish Velada including a dramatic presentation and a number of popular Spanish musical selections. The play, "La Trapera," was a lyric-dramatic arrangement by Jose de Larra, and the musical presentation included a number of overtures in male and female groupings. Ticket Sale For Thespian Play Begins Members of the cast for the Thespian production of "Behold This Dreamer," four-act comedy scheduled to be presented in Holy Name auditorium on the night of May 31, began joint rehearsals of the entire play thtis week under the direction of Dr. Alfred J. Bonomo, Thespian director. The ticket committee under the chairmanship of Samuel McNeely Wednesday began a drive which will cover all the high schools and colleges in the city. Prices for adults will be fifty cents, children, twenty-five cents. The cast for this end-of-the-year presentation includes such well known Thespians as John Schilleci, Althea deLatour, A. P. Schiro, Edward Driscoll, John F. Nugent, Robert Lacey, and John McCann. Concrete Form For Indecent Movie Ban Naming one picture now playing in the city and two which have already made first runs, the Sodality moving picture censor board published their first motion picture "index" banning five current films. Those pictures condemned as immoral and corrupting are: Glamour, Rip-tide, George White's Scandals, The Trumpet Blows, and Finishing School. (Continued on page 4) txams— Pounce on unwary students bcijintunii Wcihirsday and lasting until the next treek when— Qym Dance— At nine o'clock opens ■ flurry of commencement irrrh- m-tiritirs. Sec front vage program.
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