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The Loyola Maroon Vol. XXXI, X-259 Loyola University, New Orleans, La., May 28, 1954 No. 28 Name Tom Payer New SC President For '54-55 Term Tom Rayer, A&S sophomore, was elected president of the 1954-55 Student Council by acclamation last Friday night. Rayer served as sophomore representative of A&S on the Council this year. He is also a member of the Edward Douglas White Debating Society, the Pre Law Club, Beggars social fraternity, and the International Relations Club. Nominees for 'vice-president of the new Council were: Jim Finegan, Donald Baradell, Pat Harrigan, and Paul Hatrel. Finegan was elected on the fii"st ballot with a total of 13 votes against Baradell's nine votes, Harrigan's three, and Hatrel's one. Finegan, a junior in the college of business administration, is president of the Rifle and Pistol Club and finance officer of the Provost Corps. His offices this year included sports editor of the Wolf, and vice-president of SAM and Beggars social fraternity. He is also a member of SLE, PKE, and the Thirty Club. Shirley Trusty and Rosalie Parrino were nominated for secretary. Mi»» Parrino declined and Mi» Trusty was elected by acclamation. Miss Trusty is an A&S freshman in secondary education. Her officers for next year are secretary of Edward Douglas White Debating Society, and treasurer of Lambda Sigma Lambda service sorority. She is also a member of Thespians.Baradell was elected treasurer by acclamation after other nominees, Peter Duffy, Merlin Allen, and Carlin Mount declined the nominations. Baradell served two years on the Council as sophomore and junior representative. He was recently elected treasurer of the Physics Club and is a member of Blue Key and the track team. The new officers took the oath of office and were addressed by Moon Landrieu, out-going president, and Rayer. The new Council will begin its term of office at the first meeting to be held next September. TOM RAYER Eleven Awards To Be Given Award Night Eleven awards will be presented at the annual University Award Night, Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Holy Name Auditorium. Two members of the faculty will be cited for 25 years of service to the University. Fr. Joseph Butt, S.J., regent of the college of business administration, and Mr. John F. Mc- Closkey, dean of the college of pharmacy, will receive citations, the Rev. Anthony C. O'Flynn, S.J., dean of students, said. The Blue Key award for the past academic year will go to the organization selected as most active and spirited. To the student outstanding in Catholic leadership will go the Archbishop Rummel medal. The outstanding male student will be awarded the Charles Bailey Award by Alpha Delta Gamma, social fraternity alumni. The outstanding coed will receive the LSL Award, given each year by Lambda Sigma Lambda sorority. Other honors to be presented are the Father Percy A. Roy Memorial Award, to the senior student with the highest scholastic average in A&S, the SAK Gold Medal to the outstanding student in philosophy, the Hausmann Trophy, merited this year by the freshman class, the D. H. Holmes Award to the outstanding athlete, and the Pilie Award, to the most active male student. Faculty members and candidates for graduation are obliged to attend the award ceremonies in academic regalia, the Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S.J., dean of faculties, said. Dr. Witte Talks To Salesmen Dr. Raymond P. Witte, Evening Division director, addressed the Sales Executive Council of the Chamber of Commerce at a luncheon in the Gold Room of the Roosevelt Monday at noon. Dr. Witte addressed the group, which included secretaries from the New Orleans area, on "CPS" Certified Professional Secretaries. The Evening Division was recently approved as a testing center for the annual CPS exam. The director will address Blue Key, national honorary frat, at their banquet in the cafe, Saturday night. His topic will be "The Blue Key Man." At the Omicron Kappa Upsilon honorary dental fraternity, Dr. Witte will speak on "Leadership" at Delmonico's, Wednesday, June 2. The banquet is set for 6 p.m. Band To Present Spring Concert Tonight The University's Concert Band under the direction of Mr. George A. Jansen will present- its annual Spring Concert tonight at 8:15 p.m. at Jesuit High Auditorium. The featured composition by the 50-piece ensemble will be a new suite for band by Mr. Guy Bernard, chairman of the department of piano at Loyola. The three movements of this suite entitled "Legend," "Chorale," and "March," have been designed to give all the instruments of the band opportunity to display their solo ability as well as to play in combination not commonly found in band music, Mr. Jansen said. Soloists to be featured at the concert include Gerald Carey, flutist, "Minuet from L'Arlesienne Suite fco. 2" by George Bizet; Robert Morgan, baritone horn, "Ballad for Evening" by John Morrissey; and a trumpet quartet, consisting of Gerald St. Amsnd, George Bischoff, Paul Emenes, and James Boyd, 4 The FEATURED AS A TRUMPET QUARTET at the band concert tonight will be, left to right, JAMES BOYD, GEORGE BISCHOFF, JERRY ST. AMAND, and PAUL EMENES. The concert is set for 8:15 p.m. in Jesuit High School Auditorium. Father Butt To Deliver Sermon At Baccalaureate Mass Sunday TAPPED TO CARDINAL KEY at the recent "NIGHT AT LOYOLA" were (top row, left to right) MRS. MARY SIDES, CLAIRE O'DONNELL, CAROL BACHECHI, ALINE BROUSSEAU, WILLA MAE ULLO. Middle row, ROSIE PARRINO, ISM A ZELENKA, JOEL STEPHENS, GWEN CRESSY. Bottom row, BETTY JOHNSTON, FRANCESHEBERT, TOOTSIE WILLIAMS, and SHIRLEY STOMA. Graduation Exercises Scheduled For June 5 The Rev. Joseph A. Butt, S.J., regent of the college of business administration will deliver the sermon at the baccalaureate mass to begin at 10 a.m. Sunday in Hojy Name Church. This is the second exercise of the commencement week program which will culminate June 5 with the graduation of approximately 270 candidates at 8 p.m. in the Loyola field house. Commencement exercises will officially begin tomorrow with the meeting of the dean of faculties and the prospective graduates at 10 a.m. in Marquette Auditorium. The Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S.J., dean of faculties, said that any graduates who are absent from the Dean's Meeting, the baccalaureate mass, award night, commencement exercises or any of the scheduled practices will not receive their diplomas. Social activities of the commencement week will begin tomorrow with a picnic for coed candidates at the home of Mri. Laurence Abadie in Slidell. The event which will be sponsored by the Alumnae is set for 10 a.m. All the candidates for graduation will be feted at a cocktail party from 5-7 p.m. in the quadrangle, Sunday, sponsored by the Alumni Association. The Charles Bailey award to the most outstanding male grad and the LSL award to the most outstanding coed graduate will be presented at Award Night ceremonies at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 3, in the Holy Name School Auditorium.Candidates must also be present for the graduation rehearsal, Saturday, June 5, at 10 a.m. in the Fieldhouse, Fr. Doyle said. On the night of graduation. Dr. Leslie Maurice FitzGerald, president of the American Dental Association, will deliver the principal speech. Dr. Fit*- Students Give Bailey Award Nominations Nominations for the Charles H. Bailey memorial award have been completed, and names have been submitted to a faculty committee to determine the winner. The annual award, presented to the outstanding leader among male students at Loyola, was established in 1947 by the Alpha Delta Gamma alumni fraternity. The purpose of the award is to foster and encourage among students those qualities of leadership exemplified by the late Charles H. Bailey. The award is a perpetual trophy kept in the possession of the University. The name of the student chosen and the year he is chosen is inscribed on the trophy. An individual key is awarded to the winner by the fraternity alumni in recognition of his accomplishment*. Nominations for the award are determined by petitions signed by 15 or more students nominating someone for the award. No student may be a signatory to more than one nominating petition. The award will be presented June 3 at Award Night. Curdinul Key Tups Eleven Coeds Eleven students were tapped to Cardinal Key, national honorary sorority, at a "Nite at Loyola" Saturday in the Quadrangle. The 11 named are: Betty Johnston, 'freshman in the college of music; Willa Mae Ullo, senior in the college of pharmacy; Carol Bachechi and Rosalie Parrino, BA sophomores; Francis Hebert, Shirley Stoma, and Teresita Williams, A&S sophomores, and Aline Brousseau, Gwen Cressy, Joel Stephens, and Isma Zelenka, A&S juniors. Claire O'Donnell, faculty secretary, and Mrs. Mary Sides, secretary to the department of biology and medical technology, were also tapped to honorary membership.The 13 pledges will be initiated today at 4 p.m. at a meeting in the Dean's Conference Room. The meeting includes election of officers for the coming year. The purpose of the sorority is to recognize outstanding coeds on the campus for their scholarship and prominence in extra-curricular activities and for their applicationCouncil To Cite 33 Students Six gold keys and 27 Student Council citations will be presented to outstanding students at the Junior-Senior Prom next Friday, Moon Landrieu, president of the Student Council, announced. Those receiving keys are, from the college of arts and sciences, Joy Landry and Ted Pfister; from the college of business administration, Ben Bridgeman and James Quaid; from the school of dentistry, Tom O'Flanagan; and from the college of pharmacy, Ola Morgan. Those receiving citations are, from the college of arts and sciences, Gerald Chopin, Evangeline Molero, Thomas Rayer, Shirley Stoma, Jane Suhor, and Irvine Vidacovich, Jr. From the college of business administration, Henry Burch, and Marguerite Dubos. From the school of law, Pascal Calogero, Maurice Landrieu, and Otwaldo Ramirez. From the school of dentistry, James Cassidy, Robert Charbonnet, and John Park, Jr. From the college of music, Anna Copponex, John Enders, and Elizabeth Johnston. From the college of pharmacy, Samuel Mayes, Joseph Mouton, and Claude Riche. From the Evening Division Chrit Capdevielle, Frank Scor•one, and Steven Scully. Special awards, Leo Duffy, Dan Stapp, Dr. John G. Arnold, and Mrs. Raymond P. Witte. Keys are presented to those who have already merited a Student Council citation in the past, and are again cited for their participation in extra-curricular activities.The number of students receiving citations corresponds to the number of representatives of each school or college on the Council, Landrieu said. Hanford Gets Cup Betty Hanford, business administration senior, was presented with a loving cup by members of BAE, social sorority for junior and senior coeds in business and education, in appreciation for her active work in the sorority. KDP Education Society Inducts 30 New Members $450 Collected For Ceylon Week Over $450 in cash was collected by the students during Ceylon mission week, announced Rev. Samuel H. Ray, S.J. . In the drive for books, over 150 were collected during the week, more than was expected. Members of the drive committee wish to thank everyone who helped in some way on behalf of the Ceylon Mission. The drive wai the most successful to date. Thirty new members were inducted into Kappa Delta Pi, national honor educational society, at the group's annual banquet last Saturday night at Delmonico's Restaurant. Miss Lucille Bostick, counselor for the honor group, said that among the new members are 16 undergraduate students, 12 graduate division students, and two from the University's alumnae. She said that the minimum qualifications for undergraduates are: full junior collegiate standing; general scholarship; a grade above the upper fifth point in his total previous collegiate record; manifestation of desirable personal habits and leadership attributes; and an indication that there will be continued interest in the field of education. The other* are chosen for scholarship, leadership and a general active interest in the field of education. New members are: Undergraduate—Barbara Jas, Marilyn Arnoult, Isma Zelenka, Betty Ann Lucas, Wanna Anna Faught, Marie Adele Reynaud, John Paisant, Erlene Schubert, Joan Sullivan, Dorothy Watkins, Lucille Weymann, Mary Brousseau, Claire Restivo, x Dolores Monte, Joyce Laborde and Rose Amelia Cocci. Graduate ' students — Imogene Barrett, Orville Roberts, Florence Hastings, Cecile Richense, David Abrahamson, Frances Andrews, Harold Graf, Fabiola Hollier, Raymond Mix, Laurence Bernard, Leoleene Armbrein, and Anthony Davoca. Alumnae members—Helen Cahill and Mercedes Discon. Education Coeds Receive Awards Angela Brady and Odessa Elston, education seniors, received awards from Kappa Delta Pi, national education fraternity, for the seniors with the highest averages.Miss Brady had the highest average in secondary education, Miss Elston in elementary education.The awards were presented at the fraternity's annual banquet Sunday night at Delmonico's. Barbara Jas was named the outstanding junior with the highest average in education by Delta Kappa Gamma, national education society. The announcement was made at the El Eds banquet May 18 at Brennan's. (See GRADUATION, page 6) (See CARD KEY, page 2) (See CONCERT, page 6) Buy Tickets For Prom Now Tickets are on sale for the annual Junior - Senior Prom scheduled for June 4 in the Municipal Auditorium from 9 to 1. Lloyd Alexander and hii orchestra will furnish the music for the prom, which is being sponsored by the Student Council.Tickets may be purchased from any member of the Student Council. They are also on sale at the Book Store, Barber Shop, Dean of Students office, Registrars' offices in the schools and colleges, and in the quadrangle. They are $4.00 per couple. Last year's tickets sold for $5.50. Stag tickets will sell for $2.00 and may be purchased only at the door. Any college or organization wishing to reserve tables is requested to contact John Enders, chairman of the event.
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