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The Loyola Maroon Vol. XXX, X-259 Loyola University New Orleans, La., April 17, 1953 No. 19 Maroon Honored With Ail-American Rating In ACP Competition The Maroon received an ail-American rating, the highest to be merited, in school publication competition sponsored by the Associated Collegiate Press, running up a total of 980 points. The publication was judged excellent in news coverage, vitality, creativeness, treatment of news, organization, style, leads, content of headlines, page makeup, coverage and treatment of sports and display. A rating of superior was awarded for printing, columns and features. Named "very good" was the balance of the Maroon, the content of the news stories, proofreading, typography, front page makeup and sports writing. This critical service supplied by The Associated Collegiate Press is to "provide an agency by which staffs may be aided in giving their schools and communities a significant publication, and to help the staffs in the solution of their problems." It is not to create interschool rivalry, but to establish the ideal of improvement. Every publication was analyzed and rated according to method of publication, type of school, enrollment of school and frequency of issue. Pan-American Fete Today Pan American Day will be celebrated at noon today in the quadrangle by the Pan American club of Loyola. Singing and dancing talent will be featured by members of the student body. Tessie Lopez and Johnny Paquette will sing while Josefina Alonso and Humberto Valladares will play the guitar. Milagros Santiago wil do a typical Spanish dance. Mario Velasquez, president, will give a brief talk on the purpose and function of the Pan American club. Members will present the various Latin American flags which will serve for the backdrop. The annual spring dance, usually scheduled for Pan American Day, will be held May 9 at the New Orleans Country Club. Tickets may be obtained from members of the club. Marksmen Get Keys Medals for top scores in the ROTC-sponsored rifle matches will be awarded to the top three boys and girls, tomorrow according to Capt. John Tynan, moderator of the Rifle club. Firing for scores was held last week at the Tulane rifle range, and practice firing with instruction by rifle club members was held the previous week. Individual score* were determined by a composite score of ten rounds from varioui firing positions. The first place keys will be of gold, the second place, silver, and the third, bronze. "Loyola," and "Rifle, 1963" will be inscribed on the keys, Capt. Tynan said. Approximately 85 students registered for the competition, 25 of whom were coeds. Representing Loyola in the Neches Festival at Beaumont, Texas, May 1-3, U MARY JANE WILLIAMS, 1953 campus queen. Students Vie With Faculty Tonite, 7:30 St. Thomas Aquinas sodality presents its third annual student - faculty basketball contest in the Loyola gym at 7:30 tonight. The game will end a week's activities geared to the Ceylon Mission Drive. Starting five for the faculty team will be Lt. Col. Luther C. Barth, Mr. Maurke Pujol, Coach Jim McCafferty, the Rev. Sam Hill Ray, S.J., and Dr. John Shinkai.Leading off for the student entries will be Anthony Brocato, John Cronin, Joe Cush, Joe Kaiser, and Mike O'Connor. An admission price of 25 cent* per perion will be charged and donated to the Ceylon Mission Drive. Refreshments will be sold during the game. Last year amid much hilarity, ending with the two referees getting pies in their faces, few people noticed that the game had ended in favor of the faculty, 30 to 28. In 1951, the first year of the series, the students had eked out a one point victory over their teachers. This year both teams will be fighting to break the deadlocked series. Other members of the student team are Skippy Garcia, Sam Hill, Charley Welsh, Donald and Ronald Styron. Officials for the game are Ed Fricke, Tony Noto and Joe Di- Fulco. Philaristai To Hold Election Of Officers Election of officers of the Philaristai, Loyola's mothers' club, will bp held this month, Mrs. Lillian Dunn, publicity chairman announced.• Those appointed by Mrs. Otto Barre, president, to serve on the nominating committee are Mrs. Charles P. Wirth, Jr., Mrs. George Crane, Mrs. Grace Brown, Mrs. Thomas Wedig, and Mrs. Frank D'Amico. Alpha Sigma Nu Receives Twelve Honor Students Twelve Loyolans will be received into Alpha Sigma Nu, national Jesuit honor scholastic society, Thursday in Marquette hall. They are, from the college of arts and sciences: Joseph R. Berrigan, Jr., James A. Heinritz, and Dennis Rousseau; from the college of business administration: Charles Jeanfreau and Joseph De- Salvo; from the college of pharmacy: Fred Shiel and Oscar Perez- Mijares; from the school of law: Pascal Calogero, Jr., and Henry Keene, Jr.; from the school of dentistry: Wallace Nicaud, Jr., and James Cassidy. The Rev. Anthony C. OFlynn, S.J., dean of students, will receive honorary membership into the society. Students are chosen on the basis of loyalty, scholarship, and service to the university. The society was founded in 1936 on the campus to unify thought and activity and to develop school spirit. The national society honors students of Jeaoit colleges and universities throughout the country. Members of ASN are students from all colleges on the campus. PEREZ KEENE ROUSSEAU FR. O, FLYNN JEANFREAU DeSALVO NICAUD CALOGERO BF.RRIGAN SHIEL HEINRITZ CASSIDY Hundreds Of High School Seniors Here Hundreds of seniors from the city's high schools visited the campus yesterday as guests of the university. The students were welcomed in Marquette auditorium by the Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., president of the university; the Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S.J., dean of faculties; the Rev. Sam Hill Ray, S.J., student counsellor; Tom Haggerty, James McCafferty, and Jack Orsley, athletic coaches; Lt. Col. Luther R. Barth, commandant of the ROTC unit; and George A. Jansen, director of the university band. Thespians entertained tb • seniors with a presentation of the second act of "Pilate." Guides then conducted them on a tour of the various schools and colleges where displays and exhibits were set up and experiments performed. Cardinal Key, national honor sorority, sponsored the project. IOC Discusses Prom, Blood, Band And Elections The approaching Junior- Senior prom, the blood drive, band concert, the atomic energy display and the student council elections in May were discussed at the Interorganization Council meeting Monday night. Reservations for seats at the Junior-Senior prom can be obtained for groups by contacting Jim Quaid, BA junior and chairman of the prom committee, or Bill Scarlato, music senior, before May 12. Site of the dance is New Orleans Country Club, which seats approximately 860. Each university organization will be able to reserve tables beforehand. This serves two purposes, first, it enables friends to assure themselves of seats together, and secondly, it serves as an assurance of a seat. The ROTC, APO, LSL, and the Student Council, will jointly sponsor the second university wide blood drive, with a goal of 100 pints. Last time it netted 68 pints. The growing university concert band will give its second concert of the year, May 13 at McMain auditorium. The Atomic Energy Commission has asked for students from the chemistry and physics departments at Loyola to explain its display at Behrman gym this coming week, when exhibits open this afternoon. The Rev. Anthony C. O'Flynn, S.J., announced the May Student Council elections will include election of all officers of the Council at one time. Hall Merits Pharmacy Frosh Award George W. Hall, Jr., was presented the Rho Chi freshman award trophy as the outstanding member of his class at the annual banquet at Delmonico's restaurant last night. Rho Chi is a national honorary pharmaceutical society on the campus.Eight new members were formally initiated into the organiaztion at the banquet. They are Ralph Guerra, Ola Morgan and Dominick Lago of New Orleans, Minus Mouton of Kaplan, Sister Mary Maurice Flynn of Augusta, Georgia, Fred Sheil of Jena, and Oscar Perez of Caracas, Venezuela. Speakers featured on the program were Dean John F. Mc- Closky, dean of the college of pharmacy, and Dr. Edward J. Ireland, moderator of Rho Chi. Pat O'Brien Addresses Forum Pat O'Brien, popular movie star, will be Forum speaker week after next, the Rev. John Toomey, S.J., announced today. O'Brien is a graduate of Marquette university, and an outstanding Catholic, Fr. Toomey added. SEE "LAURA" IN MARQUETTE The Student Council will present its second movie since Lent this Sunday with the showing of "Laura" in Marquette auditorium at 8 p.m. "Laura" features Gene Tierney Dana Andrews and Clifton Webb. Next week the council presents "Twelve O'Clock High."
|Masthead||The Maroon Vol. 30 No. 19|
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