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The Loyola Maroon Vol. XXXI, X-259 Loyola University, New Orleans, La., February 12, 1954 NO. 16 Dr. Miguel Bernal Named Music Dean Prominent Composer Replaces Fr, Bassich DR. MIGUEL BERNAL Dublin Players Appear On Forum; Present Plays Tonight, Saturday The Dublin Players' production of "Pygmalion," the fourth Loyola Forum presentation, will be offered tonight at 8:30 p.m. in Mc- Main Auditorium. Tomorrow night the players will stage "Shadow and Substance" at McMain, according to the Rev. John A. Toomey, S.J., Forum director. Internationally renowned for their dramatic productions, the group is headed by Ronald Ibbs, formerly of the Old Vic company in London and a leading man at Lord Longford's Gate Theater in Dublin, Ireland for the past seven years. Ibbs plays the lead in "Shadow and Substance" and is particularly noted for his production of "Hamlet" done in modern dress in Dublin recently. The Dublin Players, founded in Ireland in 1947, are composed of outstanding talent from Ireland's Abbey and Gate theaters and the Old Vic in London. According to Father Toomey, they have received nation-wide acclaim here and have packed houses from New York to Los Angeles. Shaw's classic "Pygmalion," the first production, is one of the top dramas by the master of wit. It tells of the transformation of a lowly English Cockney girl into a lady of high society. In the play's development Shaw points up the ridiculous norms for "society debs." The second night's play, "Shadow and Substance" is a study in contrast between the simple faith of a peasant girl and the more abstruse religious ideals of the clergy. Students may use their student cards for both productions, Father Toomey said. Regular tickets are available at the book store for $1.50 each. Ibbs, founder and director of the Dublin Players was born in England and together with his wife, Maureen Halligan, form a team of such dramatic fame as the Lunts in this country. He plays the role of the Very Rev. Thomas Canon Skerritt, the (See FORUM, page 6) LOOKING OVER A DIAGRAM of the set for the Dublin Players production are RONALD IBBS, founder and director of the group, and his wife, MAUREEN HALLIGAN. The forum will be held tonight and tomorrow night in McMain Auditorium. Bridge/nan Cadet Colonel; Commandant Of Regiment Ben Bridgeman, BA senior, was appointed cadet Colonel and Commandant of the Military Police ROTC regiment on the campus, Lt. Col. Luther Barth, announcedBridgeman, who is the ninth cadet to receive the post, succeeds Gerald Mialaret, who was commissioned at the end of the last semester. Maurice Landrieu was appointed regimental executive officer with -cadets Pat Butler and Gus Reynoir named officers of the first and second battalion respectively. All three cadets hold the rank of Lt. Colonel. Composing the regimental itaff along with Bridgeman and Landrieu are Maj. Millard Clark, Adjutant; Capt. Ronald Redmann, S-2; Maj. Ted Blount, S-3; Maj. Joe Kaiser, S-4; Capt. Bob Wallbillich, Personnel Officer; Ist Lt. George Bischoff, Band Director; and Ist Lt. George Leboeuf, Special Services Officer. First Battalion staff includes: Maj. Roland Mestayer, Executive Officer; Ist Lt. Irvine Vidacovich, S-2; Maj. Jim Doody, S-3; and Capt. Don Garvey, S-4. Second Battalion staff includes Maj. Henry Burch, Executive Officer; Ist Lt. Adolph Ernst, S-2; Maj. Anthony Cutrera, S-3; and Capt. James Nelson, S-4. The rest of the senior cadet officers will alternate in company officer positions. Alternates for Company A are Captains Frank Newman and Hal Chauvin. Company B will be led by Harold Vosbein and James Albright. Company C, Clarence Zimmerman and Don Rodriguez, and Company D, Ernie Smith and Norris Fitzmorris. BEN BRIDGEMAN Blue Key Frat, Holy Name Present Field House Funds A check for $1200 was presented to the University's fieldhouse fund Wednesday by members of Blue Key, national honorary fraternity, at a luncheon in Bobet Hall. The check was presented to the Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., president, by Blue Key President Lloyd Burkenstock. The funds will go towards the purchase of the basketball goals. Father Donnelly told the members there that the University was proud of Blue Key's efforts in campus activities and commended them for the fieldhouse fund-raising campaign. He also said that the students and the University are akin to a partnership—one which should continue after they receive their degrees. He said that since Blue Key men are leaders they should carry their ideas and influences into civic activities. The Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S.J., dean of faculties, said that Blue Key's Talent Night is the best public relations effort of the year for Loyola students. "It's grown from a little penny project in Holy Name Auditorium to a dignified, civic function in Municipal Auditorium," he pointed out. Dr. John G. Arnold, moderator, said that the project for the fieldhouse funds lasted 24 months and covered two Talent Night shows. Other speakers included Ed Uzee, former PK vicepresident and Dan Stapp, Talent Night treasurer. Guests included both active and alumni members of the honor fraternity. A check for $1000 was presented to the Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., president of the University, by the students of Holy Name of Jesus school to be used for the fieldhouse. The presentation was made Monday in the Holy Name Auditorium by two first grade pupils representing the school. The money was raised by drives and various other means. A talent show sponsored by the Holy Name Senior High School will be presented Wednesday, February 17 at 8 p.m. in the Holy Name Auditorium. The proceeds will also go to the fieldhouse fund. WWL Buys Building For Proposed Television Station Loyola University recently purchased the former Zetz 7-Up bottling plant on North Rampart and Burgundy for use as a television station if WWL is granted a TV permit, according to the Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., University president.Father Donnelly presented William G. Zetzmann, chairman of the Zetz Bottling Co., owner of the property, with a check for $295,000, the purchase price. WWL is applying for TV Channel 4 along with two other New Orleans radio stations. The hearings to determine who will receive the grant will take place in Washington, D. C, probably during the early spring. The sketch shows how the building exterior will look after the structure has been remodeled. According to WWL officials, the plant is very well suited for conversion into TV studios. The renovation and remodeling plans depend on when the TV channel is granted, Father Donnelly added. Building plans were drawn up by the architectural firm of Diboll, Kessels, and associates. The plant will be completely modern, and will include facilities for color television. Father Donnelly said the property is valued at $325,000, excluding the value of the land. The purchase took place in the office of Mr. Charles I. Denechaud, the lawyer representing Loyola in the presence of Father Donnelly, Mr. Zetzmann, Mr. Denechaud, Howard Summerville, manager of radio station WWL, and the Rev. William D. O'Leary, S.J., faculty advisor of WWL. Robert L. Crager of Waguespack, Pratt Company handled the real estate transfer. PROPOSED PLANS FOR REMODELLING the former Zeis 7-Up plant for use as a WWL-TV studio Glennon Enters Justice School Billy Glennon, '53 law grad, has enrolled in the "Justice School" Newport, Rhode Island, in preparation for entering the legal department of the U. S. Navy. Glennon graduated as ensign from Navy Officers' Candidate School, Newport, on Jan. 28. While at Loyola, Glennon lettered four years on the bateball team. In May, 1952, he received the Weldon Cousin* trophy at the mott valuable man on the 1951 bateball tquad. He received his BA degree in 1982 and his LL.B. the following year, graduating second in his class. Active in PKE, professional commerce fraternity, St. Ives Sodality, the Propellor Club, and the L Club, Glennon is married to the former Joan Wegmann, a '52 A&S grad. Foreign Students Must Send Reports All foreign students, who were in the country on Jan. 1, 1954, mutt send in a report to the immigration officer. The proper report forme can be secured at any U. S. Post Office. Algiers Invites Student Actors Loyola ttudentt are invited to read for the Algiers Little Theatre production of "Charley's Aunt" pretently in reheartal, Mr. Juan Villasana, director, announced. The manuscripts are of the original French edition of the play and the show opens April 1. Four parts are as yet uncast, Mr. Villasana said, and any Loyolan, whether a Thespian or not is invited to try out. Two roles are character parts —that of Col. Sir Francis Chesney and Brasset, a butler. Charley, one of the leads is still open, also that of Lord Harcourt Babberley, who impersonates "the lady where the nuts come from." Rehearsals are held in the Behrman Memorial Gymnasium in Algiers. Transportation will be furnished by Leo Duffy, "contactable" in The Maroon office. New dean of the college of music at Loyola is Dr. Miguel Bernal, director of the choir at St. Louis Cathedral and visiting professor on the campus, the Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., president, announced. Dr. Bernal succeeds the Rev. Joseph B. Bassich, S.J., who has been acting dean since the retirement of Dr. Ernest E. Schuyten last September. Father Bassich will resume his duties in education in the graduate division, Father Donnelly said. In announcing the appointment, Father Donnelly said. "Doctor Bernal with hit international reputation as a composer and musician will keep up and even advance the high reputation of the Loyola college of music which, through the yean, hat done «o much to provide' the youth of New Orleans with the finest possible musical education."A graduate of the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome, the new dean has written symphonies, selections for the organ, and opera, and has given organ recitals throughout the United States, Mexico and Europe. His activities at home are said to have made Morelia, Dean Bernal's home town, Mexico's leading musical center. The Inter-American Congress of Sacred Music which he organized in Mexico City in 1949 attracted many of the world's most prominent musicians. Dr. Bernal has been acclaimed as the first musical genius produced on the continent and occupies the most prominent place in the musical art in America. XU Musketeer 'Executed' By ROTC Cadets Xavier University's Musketeer was condemned to death by conflagration on a charge of bufoonery in the mid-day trial sponsored by the Loyola ROTC, before the L o y o 1 a-Xavier basketball game last week. Just one hour before the game the ROTC regiment formed to see a giant picture of a Musketeer go up in flames on top a bonfire. Spirits were high as the cadets streamed into Tulane Gym just before the tap off. They formed a high percentage of the 2900 attendance at the game. Loyola's Wolfpack had surged to within a few points of the Musketeers at half-time, after a fiery first half show by the Maroon and Gold. During half-time, spectators viewed a contingent of the Pershing Rifles led by Cadet- Sgt. George Frilot in a precision drill. Spectators at Tulane Gym settled down to cheer the Wolfpack on to victory, but the Xavierites had different ideas. They won by 10 points and walked away from a charge of bufoonery. M Library Gets Staff Member Mrs. Margaret Suberville has been added to the library staff to replace Miss Claudine McKay, Mr. James W. Dyson, librarian, announced.Mrs. Suberville is a graduate of Ohio State University, where she received her B.S. in education and became a registered nurse in 1941. Leaving her native Ohio, she was employed as a nurse at Todd-Johnson shipyards in 1942 before transferring to Touro Infirmary. For eight years prior to her appointment, she served in the New Orleans Public Library, main division. She still practices nursing on week ends after regular library work. This week's display in the library consists of a rare collection of French newspapers collected at the end of World War I by Joseph Bernard of Wogan and Bernard, local architectural firm. Mr. Bernard served as officer in the Air Corps of the American Expeditionary Forces at that time. Glankler, Pfister 'Antigone' Leads Mickey Glankler and Ted Pfister, A&S seniors, will star in the student Thespian production of Sophocles' "Antigone," according to Billie Hover, director. The play is a modern French adaption by Jean Anouilh of the Greek classic. Others in the cast include Melvin Graziano, Richard Smith, and Flo Fischer. Produced by Miss Hover, Miss Glankler, and Pfister, the play will be presented sometime in May. Lt. Hymel Dies In Plane Crash On Friday, Jan. 22, the same day on which a feature article on his qualification as a carrier pilot appeared in The Maroon, Second Lt. Sidney J. Hymel, '52 graduate of business administration, was killed when the Navy trainer he was flying crashed and burned near Atmore, Ala. Lt. Hymel qualified as pilot by completing a stringent schedule in military, academic, physical and flight training at the U. S. Air- Station in Pensacola, Fla. The Associated Press reported that Alabama highway patrolmen were the first to reach the crash scene. They guarded the wreckage until Naval authorities arrived. Lt. Hymel was a native of New Orleans and a graduate of St. Aloysius High school. His family said he had been engaged in flight training since early last year, and had been on active duty with the Marine Corps since July, 1952. He is survived by his parents, Mr.- and Mrs. Sidney J. Hymel of 823 Navarre, and his wife of three months, Jane. Delta Theta Phi Holds Orientation Delta Theta Phi, law fraternity, held an orientation program for IB new students Monday at 9 p.m. in the law school. The program consisted of lectures given by members of the Farrar Senate, a talk on the rules of the library by Miss Janet Mary Riley, librarian, and a tour of the library, Oswaldo V. Ramirez, dean of the Farrar Senate, said. The event, open to both day and night school incoming law freshmen, was held so that "every student will know his school and appreciate its facilities," Ramirez said. 11 Redmond To Address Meeting Of K.D.P. Dr. James Redmond, superintendent of the Orleans Parish Schools, will address a meeting of Kappa Delta Phi, national honorary educational society, Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Student Lounge, according to Sylvia Shambra, president. All faculty members and students are invited to attend. Use Student- Cards Activity cards will admit «tudent* to the Forum tonight and tomorrow night, according to the Rev. John A. Toomey, S.J., director. AdmUjion for adult* it $1.50.
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