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The Loyola Maroon VOL. XXIX, X-258 Loyola University, New Orleans, Friday, November 9, 19S1 No. 8 Elaine Chauvin Named Homecoming Queen Queen and Court To Be Presented At Ball, Nov. 18 Jean Elaine Chauvin, 19-yearold business administration junior, has been named Queen of Loyola's 1951 Homecoming Celebration, Dr. Lawrence Le Bon, Jr., Homecoming chairm an, announced today. Maids in the court are: Mary Jane Williams, 18-year-old Med Tech freshman; Audrey Ann Brown, 19-year-old Med Tech sophomore; Betty Ann Scheib, 19-year-old Med Tech sophomore; Annamary Kelly, 19- year-old arts and sciences junior; Nancy Lee Massa, 17-yearold Med Tech freshman; Anne Elizabeth Tetlow, 19-year-old Med Tech sophomore. The Queen and her court will be introduced to the Alumni Association at its annual Homecoming Ball on Wednesday, November 21, in the Tulane Room of the Jung Hotel. According to Dr. Leßon the week of Homecoming activities will begin on Sunday, November 18 with a Mass at Holy Name of Jesus Church. The annual alumni breakfast will follow in the University cafeteria. The Association will host its membership at a cocktail party in the Jung Hotel that evening, from B p.m. to 7 p.m. The activities end on Saurday, November 24, with a basketball contest between Loyola's varsity and the alumni in the Fortier gym. NAMED TO 1951 HOMECOMING COURT are Nancy Main, Mary Jane William*, Annamary Kelly, Queen Elaine Chauvin, Audrey Brown, Beth Tetlow and Betty Ann Schieb. Deans Name Who's Who; Thirty-two Loyola students were named to the 1951-52 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges," according to an announcement by the Rev. George T. Bergen, S.J., acting dean of faculties. The li3t included 14 students from the college of Arts and Sciences, four from the school of Dentistry, four from the college of Pharmacy, three from the school of Law, five from the college of Business Administration, and two from the school of Music. Named to "Who's Who" were: From the college of Arts and Sciences: Elaine Marie Bourg, Patrick L. Bellau, John T. Browne, Joseph Garcia, Joseph E. Kammerer, George F. Kelly, Patricia T. McNamara, John "Tony" Mallette, Mrs. Evelyn Tagliarini, Mary Joan Wegmann, M. Katherine Brady, Julie H. Donahue, Lois A. Foret, and Blanid M. Sullivan.Pictures on page 3 From the college of Pharmacy: James D. Chipley, Jr., Anthony L. Pittari, Ernest J. Petitjean, Jr., and Kenneth A. Graham. From the college of Pharmacy: Edward C. Tanner, Samuel J. Stagg, Jr., Norman H. Breaux, and John W. Barron. From the school of Law: Harold J. Lamy, William V. Redmann, and George R. Coumes. From the college of Business Administration: Marcelle Marie Barker, Gene J. Hymel, Louis C. LaCour, Maurice E. Landrieu, and Peter J. Talluto. From the school of Music: Claude Boudreaux and Marciana R. Urresti. Fr. Ray Asks Student Help To Insure Drive Success The annual Sodality Toy Drive has started and any old toys that are repairable will be welcomed thankfully in the Student Counsellor's ofice, the Rev. Sam Hill Ray, S.J., Director of Sodalities, has announced. The Toy Drive, which is sponsored by Saint Stanislaus sodality, has as its aim the repairing, painting and distributing of old and new toys to the orphans at Madonna Manor. "Although the drive is promoted solely by this Annual Law School Moot Court Sessions Set Wednesday, Friday I embers of the St. Thomas More Law Club will don r judges robes while Law freshmen will try out their t impressive legal language in the first round of the ual Moot Court of Appeals Wednesday and Friday. ii t l 1 iiii*_ijiJ he cases to be argued have already been decided by Louisiana Supreme Court bu "reshmen will be out to have i Supreme Court of the State oyola" pass on the cases. le annual freshmen competi is sponsored by the St. Thorn ore Law Club for the benefi :he freshmen of the 'Law D1, it was announced by Pau isa and George Coumes, co •men of the Moot Court com hey explained that the acty will not be a regular court m trial but the cases will be heard on "appeal", that is, there will be arguments about the law to be applied to the particular set of facts in the cases. The arguments will last approximately one hour. Members of the Law Club, al upperclassmen in the School o Law, will preside as judges in the cases to be heard in the three classrooms of Thomas More Hall which houses the School of Law The judges will give two deci sions, one concerning the correc law to be applied and the other about the presentation by the freshmen advocates. The decision en presentation will determine which team will advance to the second round to be held in the El-Eds Hear Speech On Teacher Problems The Elementary Education Club will have as guest speaker, Mrs. Ruth Markey, November 13, at 1:00 p.m. in Marquetto Auditorium, according to Annamary Kelly, El Ed club president. Mrs. Markey will speak about the professional attitude of beginning teachers and the problems that confront them. Interested secondary education majors are invited. Miss Kelly said. VET NEWS All veterans who were unable to enroll in this Fall semester under the G. I. Bill due to their failure to maintain continuous raining by attending he Summer semester are advised of their privilege of re-entering school under the G.I. Bill in the Spring semester of 1952, according to Miss Dorothy Thompson, veterans' counselor on the Loyola campus. "A directive from the Veterans Administration extending this privilege has just been received, added Miss Thompson. "Provision was also made in this directive to re-instate those veterans who are attending Loyola under the impression that their eligibility ended when they failed to attend the Summer session." Dr. Ireland Tells Of Perfume Variety Dr. E. J. Ireland, professor of pharmacognosy, addressed the Reserve Officers Wives Auxiliary Tuesday afternoon at Josef's restaurant. He spoke on the various kinds of perfumes, their origin, composition, and social use. The invitation to speak at the function was obtained through the Public Relations Speakers' Program. Maurice Riley Named Cadet Leader; Other Officer Appointments Given To Be Effective Until February Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Maurice Riley has been named cadet Battallion Commander, according to Lieutenant Colonel Charles A. Post, commanding officer of the campus corps. The following appointments and assignments have been made and will be in effect until February 2, 1952, Colonel Post announced. Company Officers Those appointed to the Battallion Staff, including Riley, are: Cadet Major Henry G. Hartman, Battalion executive; Captain Wilfred O. Prados, Battalion Adjutant; Captain David J. Seibert, Battalion S-3 (plans and training) ; First Lieutenant Harry Theard, Battalion S-4 (supply) ; and Master Sergeant Frederic J. Gutknecht, Battalion Sergeant Sergeant Major. Appointed to Company "A", as Company commander, is Captain John W. Barron; Company Executive, Captain Clarence Truxillo; Platoon leaders of first, second, and third platoons, respectively, are First Lieutenant Dwight Thevenote, Felix M. Cannella, and Edmund H. Crane. First LieutenantNEWLY APPOINTED R.O.T.C. CADET STAFF include!, upper left: Cadet Captain David J. Seibert; center, Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Maurice Riley; upper right. Cadet Major Henry G. Hartman; lower left, Cadet Firtt Lieutenant Harry Theard; lower right. Cadet Captain Wilfred O. Prados; mining, Cadet Matter Sergeant Frederic J. Gutknecht. (Continued on page 8) (Continued on page 6) CONDOLENCES The staff offers condolences to the Rev. Sam Hill Ray, S.J., Student Counsellor, on the death of his mother recently. Student prayers are requested for the repose of her soul.
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