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THE MAROON Volume XIII LOYOLA UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LA., NOVEMBER 9, 1934 No. 6 HORNED FROGS INVADE WOLF LAIR By Tom Dunn HEAVIEST FORWARD WALLS TO PERFORM BEFORE LOCAL FANS SATURDAY AFTERNOON Flashy Backs To See Plenty Of Action In Contest Meeting for the first time in the football annals of the two schools, the Texas Christian University Horned Frogs and the Loyola Wolves clash tomorrow afternoon in what promises to be one of the best football games ever played in New Orleans. The Purple and White warriors are coming here from Fort Worth with one of the heaviest lines that have ever taken the field against the Pack, and Coach L. R. "Dutch" Meyer of the Frogs is confident that his forward wall, under the direction of Line Coach Raymond Wolfe, will be able to hold the mighty Loyola line in check. CoacTi "Doc" Erskine has prepared his squad to be on their toes for the passing attack of the Frogs which has clicked so well against Baylor, Texas A. & M., Tulsa and Daniel Baker, that its fame reacheij New Orleans long before the Texans arrived this morning. Tht combination of Baugh to Lawrence, THESPIANS, SPANISH CLUB ANNOUNCE COMPLETE CASTS FOR MIDTERM PRODUCTIONS Rossi, Kepper, And Lacey, Stars In "Ninth Guest" Robert J. Lacey, June Kepper and Anthony Rossi will portray the leading characters in the "Ninth Guest," the first play to be presented by the Loyola Thespians this year, according to Dr. Alfred Bonomo, Director. The cast will also include: John j, J. McCann, who proved his acting ability to Loyola audiences last year, Bat Sullivan, Robert Ainsworth, Robert Morrow, Helen D'Antoni and Marion Edsburg. The play will be presented on December 20, Sam McNeely, president of the organization, stated. At their regular meeting the Thespians appointed standing committees to be made up of the following members: Property Com. mittee: Milton McGovern, Driscoll .Daspit and Edgar Lehr; Technical Committee: Driscoll Daspit, Robert Francioni and Bernard Ghio; Publicity Committee: Helen D'Antoni, Bat Sullivan, Robert J. Lacey, Marion Nix, Lucille Brunet, and Sam McNeely. Sam McNeely read a constitution to the members and they will vote for its ratification at their next meeting. This will be the first time in the history of the Thespians that they will attempt to put a constitution into effect. Announcers Added To Campus Program; New Feature On Air With the mysterious "Chandu Girls" as the feature attraction, the regular weekly Campus Quartep Hour was broadcast yesterday at 5:30 over the university station WWL. John J. McCann acted as * campus news commentator. The ■trio sang three popular selections. The addition of Alton Deßlanc and George Seferovich to the quarter hour staff was announced this week by Rev. James A. Greeley, S. J., arts and science dean. The quarter hour radio recital programs broadcast daily at 11 a. m. from the college of music, according to an announcement by • XJuy Bernard, director, follow: Monday, November 12—Mary V. lolony. j Tuesday, November 13—Dorothy Broach. i Wednesday, November 14— J. D. Milliken. Thursday, November 15—Marcel LaNasa. Friday, November 16—Ralph Lacassagne. Saturday, November 17—Mme. Eugenie Wehrmann Schaffner. Faculty Lectures Over Station WWL 'frhe Economics of the New Deal" * be discussed by Rev. C. C. Chapman, S. J., tomorrow at 5:30 r- m., as part of the university faculty lecture series over WWL. Following is the schedule of faculty lectures for the coming week: Friday —Dr. J. McCloskey, dean of the college of pharmacy. Saturday—Fr. C. C. Chapman, S. J. ( ' Tuevlay—Dr. Richard D. Doyle. Wednesday Capt. L. Hensley Lacy. p All lectures in the series are • broadcast at 5:30 p. m. Garcia and Diaz To Carry Leads In Short Play Venancio Garcia and Elsa Diaz have been selected to play the leading roles in "Basta de Suegros" to be presented by the Spanish club early in December, it was announced Wednesday by Professor J. O. Monasterio, faculty advisor of the club. With rehearsals already begun, the play is expected to progress with practices up to the time of production. The full cast as announced follows: Luciano Venancio Garcia Gona Mariquita Elsa Diaz Federico Bertln Baiosse Luiso Carmen Aleman Osorio Samuel McNeely The play, a one act comedy, written by D. Eduardo Lustono, is under the direction of Joseph Abraham, a Loyola alumnus. Miss Elena Monasterio is assisting in the interpretation of the parts and in the Spanish pronunciation of the cast. At a meeting of the club Monday at 4 p. m. in Marquette auditorium, Joseph Abraham went over the entire play, explaining the difficult parts. At this time it was announced that the Spanish club will present an English version of "Fortunato" in January before the Orleans club. The same cast that presented the play in Spanish last year will take part. MUSICAL BROADCASTS HOLD UNIQUE PLACE IN COLLEGE HOURS Completing this week one month of daily broadcasting activities from the college of music studio, Guy Bernard, program director, expressed himself as well pleased with the auditions. "Loyola university is presenting daily programs by faculty members and students", Bernard stated, "is giving evidence of the fact that the personnel of her music school is second to none". Faculty members already appearing on the programs unique among college broadcasts in the country follow: Misses Cora Sadler, Ella Reyes, Yolande de Reyna, Carmie Allen, Elizabeth Wood, Mary V. Molony, Mesdames Rosalie Duvic, Eola B. Henderson, Carmen Marechal, Mme. Eugenie Wehrmann Schaffner, Mme. Eve Grippon, and Mr. Ferdinand Dunkley. Students Dwho have appeared on the broadcasts, conducted along professional lines as used in national chain studios, are: Marcelle LaNasa, Inez Becknell, Anita Hillery, Ralph Lacassagne, Mildred Cazenavette, Yvonne Leßaron, SEVEN NEW MEMBERS JOIN CIRCOLO CLUB Plans for the forthcoming play were discussed at the regular meeting of the Circolo Universitario Italiano held in Marquette auditorium Monday, the president, Mr. Santangelo, presiding. The name of the play and the cast will be announced in the near future. The following applicants were admitted to membership: Launa Elise Bowling and Messrs. Michael Cusimano, Leonard J. Delany, Joseph A. Guilfoile, Edward A. Broderick, Charles Vederame and Charles Cullota. A LITTLE OF TOMORROW'S ACTION DARRELL LESTER, 6 ft. 4 in., 215 pound T. C. U. center; an out standing pivot man in the South astern Conference. JIMMY "Squarehead" LAWRENCE, Horned Frog backfield star. BILLY ROY, Loyola triple threat man and one of the Wolves' most consistent ground gainers. Fr. Burke Speaks To Students At L.S.U. Encouraging the students of Louisiana State university to "leave out the emotional and seek for the truth" in religion, Rev. Martin Burke, S. J., head of the philosophy department here, spoke to a convocation of the student body in the Greek Theatre on the campus at Baton Rouge Tuesday morning, as a feature of the "Religious Emphasis Week" now being conducted. In his talk on the "Nature of Religion", Father Burke emphasized the fact that "religious emphasis has been placed on the emotional rather than the intellectual". Continuing, he explained the parallel between contemporary thought and the theories of Aristotle and Plato, and further stated that "the Moot Court To Open Tomorrow The first moot court of the year will be presented by the seniors of the law school tomorrow night in Judge Byrnes' division of the civil district court. Four members of the class will serve as lawyers in a hypothetical action brought against an oil station for injuries sustained by the plaintiff in attempting to safeguard the interests of the defendant.Felicien Lozes and Edward Boyle will be counsel for the plaintiff, and Lucien Fourcade and Sieg Christensen will represent the defendant. Judge Thomas To Open Farm Credit Discussions Today The first of two lectures on the Farm Credit Administration will be given by Judge J. M. Thomas, general agent of the Farm Credit Adminstration of New Orleans, this morning at 11 o'clock in Marquette auditorium, it was announced by Dr. John V. Connor, head of the department of commerce and finance. Judge Thomas' talk will cover the background and organizationFree Will Defended By Philosopher In Talk Taking issue with modern psychologists, Rev. Martin Burke, S. J., philosophy department head, opened a discussion of the free will of the individual in the fourth of the weekly philosophy forums sponsored by Blue Key Sunday at 7:45 p. m. in Marquette auditorium. The talk was broadcast over the university station WWL. The individual from the time of Galileo to that of Freud has been denied all things that he thought were his. Father Burke brought out. Modern psychology, Father Burke asserted, has robbed man of anything like free will activity. "By the very fact that an individual is brought up to trial for his wrong-doings is asserted his free will," Father Burke said. "Yet Eliminations For Varsity Team Start The first debate in the elimination series for the varsity team of the Edward Douglas White society was won Monday night by Stephen B. Rodi and John J. MeCann. The second of the series will be held this Monday night on the question: "Resolved: That the nations should prevent the international shipment of arms and munitions." The affirmative will be upheld by Winter Trapolin and Charles Bailey and the negative arguments will be presented by Tom Dunn and John Nugent. Rodi and McCann presented the Set Plans For Philaristai Tea Members of the executive board of the Philaristai met Wednesday at 10 a. m. in Bobet library to complete arrangements for the tea next Friday, honoring mothers of the freshmen. The club's regular meeting will precede the social. Another activity of the group, a cake sale scheduled for Tuesday, November 27, was also discussed, Mrs. O. L. Aubert, president of the organization, urged all members identified with this movement to make final reports at the coming meeting. Rev. P. A. Roy, S. J., faculty advisor of the Philaristai, in addressing the gathering, stressed the need of having the membership actively interested in the three remaining games on the 1934 schedule of Loyola's Wolfpack. SHOWDOWN IN LOCAL GRID SITUATION In the November 3 weekly football ratings of the Williamson National Rating System, Inc., the following introduction is given: "Out of 217 games checked in, including 2 "predicted" ties there were 184 correct picks for the Williamson system based on pregame ratings. Of the 31 "misses" there were 8 upset ties, 6 mild upsets, and 19 more or less incon- In this tabulation the higher the percentage of "efficiency of consistent performance" the better the team and the lower the ranking position, the better the team; thus these figures give a double check on the quality of the teams. sistent upsets. Which gives for the week an overall efficiency of 85%, a consistency-efficiency of 86V2%, and a no-tie, no-alibi efficiency of 88%. The system has been batting at practically these same figures every week so far this season." For the information of some skeptics on the calibre of Loyola football, we refer you to the fol- According to these ratings L. S. U, has a better schedule than either Loyola or Tulane with re- | gard to both the percentage of "efficiency of consistent perform-j ance" and to the ranking position. ' and LOYOLA HAS A BETTER j lowing information, all of which information is based on the November 3 report of the Williamson National Rating System, which system has been acknowledged as one of the most reliable in the country. In this system they are rated with respect to each team's "efficiency of consistent performance" in their ranking positions. THAN TULANE WITH 'ESPECT BOTH TO THE PERC ETAGE OF "EFFICIENCY OF INSISTENT PERFORMAN TO THE RANKING Pf-'SI" on. The average percentageHERE ARE THE FIGURES Percentage Position 70.7 LOYOLA 50 97.0 RICE 6 84.4 BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN 25 78.1 CENTENARY 34 72.3 T. C. U. 47 56.3 MISSISSIPPI STATE 100 55.3 HOWARD 103 49.4 MERCER 130 37.2 SPRING HILL 211 46.2 MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 153 64.02 AVERAGE 89.88 Percentage Position 80. TULANE 14 98.4 L. S. U. 8 81.8 COLGATE 26 83.1 KENTUCKY 71 68.5 GEORGIA 57 68.0 AUBURN 72 56.5 OLE MISS !D6 51.3 GEORGIA TECH 118 50.0 FLORIDA 125 41.3 SEWANEE 179 41.0 CHATTANOOGA 175 61.66 AVERAGE 92.2 Percentage Position 09.4 L. S. U. 3 97.0 RICE 6 90.6 S. M. U. 13 63.0 AUBURN 72 69.4 ARKANSAS 54 81.3 VANDERBILT 27 56.3 MISSISSIPPI STATE 100 74.3 GEO. WASHINGTON 41 56.5 OLE MISS 96 90.0 TULANE 14 88.0 TENNESSEE 16 75.0 OREGON 42 76.49 AVERAGE 43.72 Trounce T. C. U. Battle Cry At Big Pep Meeting "Trounce T. C. U." was the "scream song" at the monster pep meet held last night in the Loyola gymnasium. The crowd of students, alumni, and friends of the university showed that they were behind Loyola by cheering to their utmost before the team and coach, "Doc" Erskine. Led by Bill McHardy, head cheerleader, Guy Knobloch, and Bob Brupbacher, the gathering gave an exhibition of spirited enthusiasm that guarantees a fighting crowd and team at the game. Present at the meet were a number of Ursuline students who added to the volume of the yells. They presented their new cheerleaders, Eleanor Lanigan and Helen Vinet, whi will lead the special Ursuline section at the remaining games. "Doc" Erskine introduced the team to the fans with a few words and was given a big hand. They realize that they are the underdogs but are determined to put up a game fight with the highly touted Frogs. Rev. J. W. Hynes, S. J., president of the university, instilled spirit into the team and the crowd with a short address. Rev. P. A. Roy, S. J., regent of the college of arts and sciences, gave a brief explanation of the Williamson system in relation to Loyola and T. C. U. Charles Bailey, president of the student council, was master of ceremonies, introducing the speakers. With the enthusiasm expressed last night indications show that a large backing crowd will be at the game Saurday to cheer the Wolves on to win. REQUIEM MASS FOR DECEASED ARCHBISHOP SCHEDULED MONDAY A requiem mass for the repose of the soul of the late Archbishop John W. Shaw will be said in the McDermott Memorial chapel Monday morning at nine o'clock. Rev. J. W. Hynes, S.J., president of the university, will be the celebrant. Rev. J. J. Wallace, S.J., regent of the school of dentistry, will officiate as deacon. Rev. J. D. Foulkes, S.J., regent of the school of law, will officiate as subdeacon.Archbishop Shaw died last Friday at 9:25 and was buried at the funeral mass Tuesday in St. Louis Cathedral. All Catholic students are urged to attend this solemn high mass in memory of the late archbishop. The public is also invited. FRESHMEN TERMINATE COLLEGE ELECTIONS Winding up the year elections for the departments of the university, the freshmen chose officers yesterday noon. Edwin Toribio was elected president. Those picked to assist him are: Harold Juge, vice president; Paul Patterson, secretary; and Celeste Wischer, treasurer. The election was conducted by Charles H. Bailey, president of the student council and Stephen B. Rodi, vice-president. Irvin Timmrick, president of the sophomore class, who was to assist Bailey, could not attend because of sickness.Convocation Held For Contributions to Community Chest A convocation of the entire student body in the Holy Name auditorium Wednesday morning marked the conclusion of the drive on the campus to raise funds for the Community Chest. "Tne charitable spirit," Rev. P. A. Roy, S. J., director of student activities, said in addressing the meeting, "should characterize the students of a Catholic university. "Christian charity, not philanthrophy," he continued, "is the ideal we must strive to realize." Father Roy stressed the "incalculable value of the program in alleviating the distress of the needy." "Give now," he concluded, "and eliminate the necessity for giving every day in the year." In the course of his address, Father Roy also urged greater enthusiasm at athletic events and summarized the outlook for the remainder of the football season. Charles H. Bailey, president of the student council, presided at the meeting. In a brief speech he urged the students to contribute one dollar, "the equivalent of less than two cents a week." Members of Quartet To Be Named Soon Work of the Glee club on fourpart choral arrangements having progressed so well, the members of the planned double quartet will be selected in the very near future, announced F. Winter Trapolin, president, after the meeting of the club Wednesday. The quartet is expected to entertain during the weekly campus radio program and on other appropriate occasions, it was further announced.The members were entertained by solo selections by Leslie Levet, tenor. Anna Catherine Moser accompanied on the piano. Entertainment at the next meeting will be furnished by John Connelly, Robert and Ancil Simmons. 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