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The Loyola Maroon Vol XXXI, X-259 Loyola University, New Orleans, La., November 20, 1953 No. 9 Patsy Stephens Is Campus Queen For '53 Pharmacy Leads At Polls; Homecoming Reign Planned Patsy Stephens, 20-year-old senior in medical technology, was elected Loyola campus queen for ,1953 in elections held last week, according to Moon Landrieu, Student Council president. A graduate of McMain High School, Miss Stephens, who is now serving her senior year internship at Hotel Dieu, was a member of the court for the past two years. Eight other coeds were named to the Court, including two from the Evening Division, I ' who are participating in the Court activities for the first time. Evangeline Molero, education senior, Odessa Elston, education senior, Ola Morgan, pharmacy senior, Kay Page, med tech sophomore, Dot Watkins, education junior, and Barbara Jas, education junior, complete the day school coun. Those chosen from the Evening Division were Dee Ledger, secretary of the Evening Division director, and Jeanne Philibert, secretary to the Japanese Consul. Both are students in the bachelor of arts degree program. * Med tech senior Mary Jane Williams, the retiring queen, will crown Miss Stephens at ceremonies during Blue Key's annual Talent Night, December 4. Miss Williams, Times Picayune - New Orleans States Campus Cover Girl for 1953, declined nomination to The following evening, the Alumni will honor the queen and her court at the Homecom- ing Ball at the Municipal Auditorium.Members of last year's court are Joy Landry, Mary Ann Leggio, Carolyn Cleveland, Miss Williams, Miss Stephens, and Miss Elston. Miss Stephens was a guest on "Our House" on WDSU-TV Wednesday and was introduced by Larry Reagan on WTPS the same day. Student Council member* will serve as escorts for the coed court. They are: Maurice Landr i e u, president; Tom O'Flannagan, Ben Bridgeman, Jerry Chopin, John Enders, Ted Pfister and Sam Mayes. Evening Division committee escorts are president Frank Scarsone and Chris Capdieville. The college of pharmacy led the University with 98 per cent of the students voting, closely followed by dentistry with 9(5 per cent. Music and the evening division each had 91 per cent of their members casting ballots. PHILIBERT LEDGER WATKINS MOLERO QUEEN PATSY STEPHENS ELSTON JAS MORGAN PAGE Col. Wiecorek To Address Student Body Col. Alexander Wiecorek, law school freshman, will address the student body Monday at noon in the Quadrangle to open a series of scheduled events in connection with the convention of International Relations Clubs here. His topic will be "I Had to Tell a Lie in Order to Surive." The colonel was an attache militaire in the Polish Army in 1939 at the time ofthe German invasion. He was invited to speak here by the International Relations Club of Loyola, which is cohost of the Southwest Regional Convention with Tulane University to be held Nov. 30 through Dec. 2. The Rev. Anthony C. O'Flynn, S.J., dean of student*, will open the convention Nov. 30 with a welcoming address. The same day Dr. Rudolph Coper will preside over a panel discussion at the Jewish Community Center on foreign trade. A luncheon will follow at the YMCA after which the group will tour the Falstaff Brewery. A tour of the Good Neighbor, of the International Trade Mart and the International House will be made Dec. 4. There will be a banquet at 8 p.m. at the YMCA where the guest speaker will be Mr. Clay Shaw, managing director of the International Trade Mart. His topic will be "World Trade and International Relations." The convention will close Dec. 2 with the election of regional officers.Vets Club To Fete Hope Haven Boys Fourteen boyi—ago 11-17— will be hungry on Thanksgiving Day; not for food, but for the warmth and well-being of a real home and a real family. A« their Thanksgiving project the Veterans' Club is inviting all Loyolans to help them make that day a special one for the boys, students at the Hope Haven School for under-privileged boys in Marerro. This is the plan: any student may offer to have one or two of the boys spend Thanksgiving Day at his or her home. By phoning EDison 2522 arrangements for calling for the boys can be made with Father Er, nest Faggioni, director of studies and activities at Hope Haven.Here is your chance to put a true meaning into Thanksgiving.Play On Spanish Monarchs To Be Presented Tomorrow A five act Spanish play, written and directed by Miss Isabel Snyder, associate professor of Spanish, will be presented tomorrow in Marquette Auditorium. Two performances will be bffered, one at 2 and one at 8 p.m. Entitled "The Romance of Ferdinand and Isabel", the play will star Carol Bachechi as Isabel and John Paquette as Ferdinand. This activity will be "a gala event of the Spanish department," according to Miss Sny- der and awards will be given the best Spanish student, best actor and actress, best artistic contribution and service, after the night performance. Antonio Cirera, Spanish Con- I MA the Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., president, and the Loyola dean* will present the awards to the performers judged best by the faculty members. Paul Antinori will portray Gutierre, an envoy to Isabel's suitors, and Vinca Carevich will play Beatrize, a friend to the future Paquette and Marguerite Dubos will sing Spanish arias in the production, accompanied by Fifi Alonzo on guitar. Milagros Santiago will offer her rendi- J tion of a typical Spanish dance. I Also in the cast are Jacqueline I Kerry, John Paisant, Jimmy Pittman, Forrest Smith, Erwin Caswell, Gerard Lyttle, Rosalie Parrino, and Reginald Hendry. The play is open to the public, THEIR SPANISH MAJESTIES and attendant discuss the lighter matters of state . . . They are from left to right, JOHN PAQUETTE, Ferdinand, VINCA CAREVICH, the attendant and CAROL BACHECHI, Isabel. All three participate in the play which will be presented tomorrow in Marquette Auditorium. The production is written and directed by MISS ISABEL SNYDER, associate professor of Spanish. Mothers' Club Presents Review The Rev. William J. Harty, S.J., pastor of Holy Name church, will review a book on the life of St. Thomas More Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Jesuit High auditorium. The review is sponsored by the Philaristai. The book, "Stage of Fools" by Charles A. Brady is a narrative concerning the epoch of dissention between church and state in Tudor, England. Jesuit High School auditorium is located on Solomon Street near Palmyra. The public is cordially invited and admission is free. Condolences The Maroon extend* condolences to Dr. John G. Arnold, chairman of the departments of biology and medical technology on the recent death of hit father, Mr. John G. Arnold of Columbui, Ohio, and to Mil* Althea Barlow, instructor in medical technology, on the death of her father. Capt. Goggans Appointed To ROTC Staff Capt. Robert Goggans was appointed to the staff of instructors in the ROTC unit, Lt. Col. Luther R. Bar th, commandant, announced.The 31 yearold captain, himself an ROTC graduate from Georgia Military College, is a nati v e of Millidgeville, Ga., the location of the school. Capt. Goggans received a reserve commission in the infantry in Sept. 1942, three months after he graduated, and was immediately ordered to extended active duty. During the World War, he served in Iceland, a U. S. supply depot and possible target for attack. In 1945 and 1946 he served in Germany. Capt. Goggans was integrated into the regular army as a Military Police Office in June 1947. He was promoted to his present rank in 1949. His last assignment before coming to Loyola, was in Vienna, Austria, as assistant deputy commander, Vienna Inter-Allied Command, and U. S. Representative of the Four Power Civil Affairs Council of the International Zone of Vienna. Besides his regular staff duties, Capt. Goggans is the moderator of the Provost Corps, and new Public Information officer. With him in New Orleans is his wife, the former Cosma Hatch of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and his two daughters, Shiela, eighty and Judith, two. BAE To Present Initiation Show BAE pledges will present a show at 12:30 today on the library steps as part of their pledge week initiation. The social sorority for junior and senior coeds in education and business administration were obliged to wear blue capes monogrammed with the letters BAE this week. Some of their requirements were to carry gum, cigarettes, and matches with them at all times, and to get the signatures of their "big sisters" in the sorority, and one member of each social fraternity every day. Initiation began Monday and will be climaxed with a slumber party after the Sadie Hawkins dance tonight. Millie Makofsky is pledge misstress.Talent Night Auditions Completed Auditions for Blue Key's 16th annual Talent Night to be held in Municipal Auditorium December 4 have been completed, according to Lloyd Burkenstock, general chairman. Censorship rehearsals will be held tomorrow at 10 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m., Burkenstock said. The show, Which will last for two hours, includes 14 individual, seven group, and four performances. In additioin to the acts, Claude Boudreaux, last year's first place individual winner, will be guest performer. As a preview for Talent Night, Campus Capers will play next week in the Quadrangle, and several individuals and groups will perform. Monday at 12 noon, WDSU-TV will present more of the talent which will be on the show, on "Our House." As is customary, the Campus Queen and her court will be presented before the show. They will be escorted by members of the Student Council. Patsy Stephens, this year's queen, will be crowned by outgoing queen Mary Jane Williams. Miss Williams' escort will be Ralph Redmann, last year's Student Council president. After the show, the queen will present the winners with their awards—first, second, and third place individual winners will receive trophies, and first place winners in the group and skit competition will receive banners. Last year's winners were Claude Boudreaux, individual, dental school, skit, with "Impatient Patients," and the evening division, group, with "Swinging on a Star." Returns from the show will go towards the campus improvement fund. Tickets are now on sale and may be obtained from Blue Key members, Jesuit's church on Baronne St., McCann's, the switchboard, and the book store. THE SINGING "SKYSCRAPERS" tune up for their debut in the forthcoming Blue Key Talent Night group competition. The vocalizers are (front row, left to right) RONALD REDMANN, JIM FINECAN, GEORGE METTLER, (back row, left to right) EDDIE GALVIN, DICK VAVRICK and ED BAER. Reason for the name "Skyscraper*" is evident—the three warblers in the back are 6-5, 6-8 and 6-5 respectively.
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