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The Loyola Maroon Vol. XXX, X-259 Loyola University, New Orleam, La., December 5, 1952 NO. 8 Mary Jane Williams Named Campus Queen Court To Reign During Homecoming Week Events Mary Jane Williams, 19-year-old med tech junior, was elected Campus Queen for 1952-53. This year the Campus Queen will also preside over homecoming activities. Maids in the court are: Carolyn Cleveland, Patsy Stevens, Joy Landry, Evangeline Molero, Odessa Elston, and Mary Ann Leggio. Five hundred and thirteen students voted in the final election. Each ballot had seven entry blanks on it, the first choice receiving seven points, the next one six points and so on in descending order. Ralph Redmans, Student Council president, commenting on this year's new system of election, said, "the point system gives a more accurate picture of the students' choice of the most popular girl. The girl who appears on the most ballots is usually the queen." Redmann also spoke in favor of having only one queen, who would officiate over both Homecoming and Talent Night. The Campus Court will be presented to the alumni Sunday night at a cocktail party. They will be informally presented to the campus at the homecoming game at Municipal auditorium the following night. Saturday, Dec. 13 they will be guests of honor at the Homecoming Ball also held at Municipal auditorium. Monday, Dec. 17, the Court will be formally presented at Talent Night. Following tradition, the Queen and her maids will be escorted to Talent Night by Student Council members. The pairs will be: Ralph Redmann, Student Council president, and Queen Mary Jane Williams, Ken Watkins and Carolyn Cleveland, Fred Mains and Odessa Elston, Jerry Patton and Joy Landry, Donald Styron and Patsy Stevens, Howard Gilmore and Mary Ann Leggio, Tom Goodman and Evangeline Molero. LOYOLA'S HOMECOMING-CAMPUS COURT for the coming year are these seven campus coeds who start their reign this Sunday, the beginning of the annual Homecoming activities. They are, left to right, back row, CAROLYN CLEVELAND and PATSY STEPHENS. Bottom row, from left, are ODESSA ELSTON, MARY ANN LEGGIO, MARY JANE WILLIAMS, queen, JOY LANDRY, and EVANGELINE MOLERO. Talent Nite Solos Chosen Individual performers for the fifteenth annual Blue Key Talent Night to be held Dec. 17 at* Municipal auditorium have been selected by the fraternity's auditions committee. Those chosen are Ted Pfister, impersonations, tenors Ed Skinner and John Paquette, baritone Claude Boudreaux, vocalists Gertrude Braden and Teresita Lopez, dancers Milagros Santiago, Ann Tornier, Darlene Artel .Marilyn Johnson, and pianists Richard Smith! Mickey Sievers and Irlee Leclere. Selection! of group performer* and skit* will be made by tbe committee in the near future. All competitor* will have a definite time limit *o that the •how will not la»t longer than two hour*. A prevue featuring vocalists and the Campus Capers band will be held in the quadrangle, Dec. 15, at noon. An important feature of Talent Night will be the customary presentation of the Campus Queen and her court at intermission. Evening Council Elects Officers Temporary officers have been seated in the Student Council of the university's Evening Division, according to Dr. Raymond Witte, director. They are: Dorothy Duett, chairman; Floyd Terranova, vice-chairman; and Shirley Bacques, secretary-treasurer.Plans for the re-activation of the night school sodality "Vespers" is now under way by the night school group. A tentative plan for a social at the end of the present semester is also being considered, Dr. Witte said. Veteran News Any veterans under either the old or new GI bill who wish to do additional graduate work, make a transfer in courses, university, or make any changes at all for the second semester, please contact Miss Thompson in the Veterans office immediately after the Christmas holidays. Suhor, Rayer New Editors The appointment of Jane Suhor as news editor and Tom Rayer as desk editor of The Maroon was announced this week by Gary Hymel, editor. Miss Suhor, a journalism junior, is a member of Little Flower sodality, the Pep club, Philosophy club, and The Pan American club. She is also recording secretary of Lambda Sigma Lambda, Loyola service sorority. Last year, Jane was script editor of the Wolf, and during her high school days was news and assistant editor of the Nicholls Rebel Yell. Tom Rayer, pre-law freshman, comes to The Maroon from the sports-editorship of the Jesuit Blue Jay. He has worked on the sports desk for The Maroon in issues up to date. Both will take over positions left vacant by Cloe Huth and Leo Duffy respectively. JANE SUHOR Pan-Am Club Sponsor Lectures For the members of the Pan American club to become more closely associated with the different Pan American countries and their policies, a "know-your-neighbor program" has been inaugurated, according to Mario Velasquez, president. Highlights of the program were speeches by the Latins about their native countries. The first speech was given by the club's president, Mario Velasquez, on Honduras governmental policies. Last week's talk was given by Mario Steinvorth on the various aspects of Costa Rica. Siss Sunday fits Week Reunions A full week of Homecoming activities for the Loyola Alumni Association begins Sunday with the annual Communion Mass and Breakfast, according to Homecoming chairman, Numa V. Bertel, Jr. The Mass will be held in Holy- Name of Jesus church at 8 a.m. Following the Mass a breakfast will be held for the Association in the university cafeteria. Bertel said that the Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S.J., advisor to the alumni, will preach the sermon. The Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., will be Mass celebrant.Sunday night the alumni will gather for the cocktail party from five to (even in the Tulane room of the Jung hotel. The "big" cage clash between the Wolfpack and Wisconsin university will be held Monday at 8 p.m. in Municipal auditorium. The game marks the initial appearance of a Big Ten team in New Orleans for a regularly scheduled game. Prior to the contest, a pep rally will be held in Beauregard Square at 7 p.m. "THAT'S IT BOY" these Loyola cagers are telling EDDIE GALVIN (No. 24) who had just made the winning goal against Sam Houston State. That'* MAT BAER on the left, and TOM ROUZAN on the right. GALVIN made the winning two-points with fewer than three seconds remaining in the contest to give the Pack a 68-66 win. (See special sport section for more.) (See HOMECOMING, page 8) Loyola's Programs Sunday—ll:ls a.m.—Time out for Listening. Sunday—lo:3o p.m.—University Time. Thursday—9:3o p.m.—Faculty Panel. Saturday—9:3o a.m. — Education Today. Saturday—6:ls p.m. — Loyola Court Chatter. Saturday 11:15 p.m. — Camput Capers. Daily—7 a.m.—Thought for a day.
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