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The Loyola Maroon Loyola Univer»ity, New Orleans, La., November 12, 1954 Vol. XXXII, X-259 No. 6 Homecoming Events Open November 28 Elect Bodet, Cressione, Seiferth Gerald Bodet, Lou Cressione and Olga Seiferth were elected freshmen presidents of the colleges of arts and sciences, business administration, and music, respectively, in last week's election.Others elected in A&S are Bob Guidry, vice-president; Me m e Montagnet, secretary; and Pat Murray, treasurer. BA freshmen elected Vincent Messina, vice-president; Pat Ameling, secretary; and Bob Gay, treasurer. Students in the college of music voted Clark Giffin, vice-president; Dot Graffagnini, secretary; and Ruth Daigle, treasurer. The entire Bodet ticket was elected in the college of arts and sciences. In the race for president, Bodet received 75 voln while his nearest opponent, Charles Mary took 55. Guidry, in the race for vice-president, eased out Phil Brooks by two ballots. Guidry received 72, Brooks 70. Mary Arnold, candidate for secretary, with 53 votes, was defeated by Meme Montagnet, who drew 72. Pat Murray, compiling more than her four opponents, received 96 ballots for treasurer. Freshmen in the college of business administration cast 31 votes for Pat Wilkerson and 36 for Cressione in the contest for president.In the competition for vicepresident Messina was victorious over Al Kibler by 35 votes. Pat Ameling in the race for secretary received 45 to T. Quaid's 30. For treasurer, Gay received 50 votes more than his nearest opponent. Olga Seiferth of music defeated her opponent, J. Tarantino by 10 votes for presidency, while the vice-presidency was unanimously given to Giffin. Dot Graffagnini was elected secretary, edging Don Rauscher by 5 votes, and Ruth Daigle edged out D. Martin by only one ballot in the contest for treasurer. The elected officers will represent the freshmen in matters dealing with the Student Council and will supervise the Hausmann trophy competition. LOU CRESSIONE GERALD BODET OLGA SEIFERTH Varsity Debate Team Chosen The 1964-55 varsity team of the Edward Douglas White Debating Society was chosen Wednesday, Dan Stapp, president, announced.The four members are: Matt Schott, A&S soph; Dan Stapp, BA senior; Norris Fitzmorris, law junior, and Edward Pesce, A&S freshman. The alternate is Rene Bonee, pharmacy soph. Appointed judges are: the Rev. Malachy Cutcliff, S.J., Dr. Edward Socola and Albert Gelpi. No varsity debates have been scheduled as yet, however, plans are being made for the annual debate with West Point, Stapp added. The next debate of the Society is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 24, at 7:3 p.m. in Marquette Auditorium.Mid-Semester Exams Mon., Classes Off Mid-semester exams will be held Monday through Saturday of next week, when all regular classes will be cancelled. In departmental exams all sections of the courses mentioned will take their examination at the hour indicated on the bulletin board, even though the class does not meet regularly at that hour. Anyone with conflicts or more than three examinations on one day are to report to the office of the dean. Departmental e x a m i n a tions scheduled for Monday are English 101, 102, 201; biology 107; journalism 315; math 320; and all regularly scheduled Monday, Wednesday, and Friday classes at 2, 3, and 4 p.m. not assigned a departmental hour. Those scheduled for Tuesday are English 360; chemistry 101 A; theology 302, 304, 105, 207; French 101, 201, 304; Spanish 101, 102, 201, 308, 322; German 201; history 361; and all regularly scheduled Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 8:10 classes not assigned a departmental hour. Examinations slated for Wednesday are chemistry 101 (Student Nurses); philosophy 201, 211; physical education 160; philosophy 203, 301, 302; and all regularly'scheduled Monday, Wednesday, and Friday classes at 9:10 and 11:10 not assigned a departmental hour. Thursday exams include math 101, 103, 105; biology 105, chemistry 101B; journalism 206; sociology 205; all military science courses; and all regularly scheduled Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday classes at 10:10 and 11:10 a.m. not assigned a departmental hour. Departmental examinations Friday are history 101, 201, 102; and all regularly scheduled Monday, Wednesday, and Friday classes at 8:10, 10:10, and 1:00 o'clock not assigned a departmental hour. Exams Saturday are biology 313; chemistry 101S; physical education 390; political science 101; physical education 389. Frats Pledge 82 Students Eighty-two students were pledged to the four social fraternities on the campus. Alpha Delta Gamma begins "Help Week" December 3, followed by the informal initiation on December 11. Formal initiation is slated for the following night, December 12. The formal dance will take place at O'Dwyer's on December 21. Sigma Alpha Kappa's "Hell Week" begins December 3, ending with the informal initiation on December 11. Formal initiation is December 12. The formal is set for December 26 at O'Dwyer's. Eighteen pledges signed Alpha Delta Gamma. They are James Arceneaux, Lloyd Celentano, Lucien Cressione, Richard Englisbee, Joseph Exnicios, Gerard Fasullo, Viry Fontenot, Don Falcon, Melvin Graziano, Randolph Lesseps, R. Douglas McGee. Sam Monticello, Robert Nettleton, John O'Connell, Andrew Pierce, Frotscher Steckler, Gerald Salassi, and Ronald Thompson. Beggars topped the list with 29 pledges, who include Gerald P. Bodet, B. J. Eckholdt, Crit Lorio, George Satterlee, Terry Walsh. Richard Webre, Thomas Schaffer, Robert Walsh, Lee Miltenberger, Francis Mouton, Phil Brooks, James McCune, Carlos Ayala, Herbert Billings, Bill Longfellow, Charles Mary, Robert Gay, Edward Fabacher, James Gilbert, Robert O'Donnell, Roy Riche, Martin Bellinger, Pat Flanagan, Harley Albert, Oliver Leßlanc, Henry Maning, John Cottingham, Clinton Montz, Jr., and Charles Gallman. Running a close second is Sigma Alpha Kappa with 27 pledges. They are Fred Belau, Gordon Plunkett, Lee Boudreaux, James A. Smith, Holden de Home, John Faherty, Bill Derbes, Ray Ganuchau, Eugene Walet 111, Donald Strain. John Murret, Marco Tumminello. Harvey Couch, Walt Taranto, Pete Butler, Phil Carroll, Kermit Garland. Pat Wilkerson, Irvin Plaisance, Jr., Louis Demarest, Dick Eckert, Mickey LaNasa. Tom Quaid, John A. Salvaggio, Charles H. Unger, Jr., Dick Enderle, Jr., and Don Frilot. Upsilon Beta Lambda has 14 pledges signinK. who include Joseph Dixon, James Serpas, Melvin Bourgeois, Harold Braquet, Patrick Drouilhet, Henry Maggio, Ronald Miesler, Bill Wagner, Andrew Crocchiolo, Allen J. Rivette, James Calligan, Peter J. Dassinger, Walter Drake, and Jerome Holson, Jr. Urges Strict Admission Policy For Future Father Doyle's Address The Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S.J., dean of faculties, urged some 30 Jesuit deans to be more strict in admission policies because of the anticipated increase in enrollment within the next 15 years. Father Doyle addressed the opening session of a two-day conference of the central regional unit of the Jesuit Educational Association which was held on the campus last Friday and Saturday.He told the 30 deans that they, as administrators, should make maximum use of classroom space and equipment and to look to the recruiting of faculty members to handle the increased enrollment. Other Loyola Jesuits who participated in the two-day session were the Rev. Anthony C. O'Flynn, S.J., dean of students, who spoke on the functions of a director of personnel services; the Rev. James F. Whelan, S.J., chairman of the department of education, who gave a talk on the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education; and the Rev. Bernard A. Tonnar, S.J., assistant dean of the college of arts and sciences. Chairman of the leuioni wai the Rev. Ross Druhan, S.J., prefect of studies for the New Orleans province and rector of the tertianship house at Pass Christian. He gave a report SaturdaySaturday morning on the progress of various studies and programs at Jesuit colleges. Other speakers during the conference were the Rev. Joseph Gough, S.J., dean of the college of arts and sciences at Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Mo., who talked on training of future college administrators; the Rev. Benjamin Martin, S.J., dean of arts and sciences at St. Louis University, who told of the correlation between placement tests and actual success in college; and the Rev. Virgil Roach, S.J., dean at Marquette, who told of the problems of curricula. The Very Rev. Andrew Smith, S.J., president of Spring Hill, outlinedoutlined plans for the Jesuit Deans' Institute which will be held at Santa Clara University in August, 1955. The deans at the conference represented the Chicago, Missouri, New Orleans and Ohio-Michigan provinces and the Wisconsin viceprovince, which includes the Dakotas, Nebraska, lowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Colleges and universities at the sessions included Detroit University, St. Louis University, Creighton University, John Carroll University of Cleveland, Marquette, Loyola of Chicago, Regis College of Denver, Spring Hill, Rockhurst College, Xavier of Ohio, and Loyola. Elections To Homecoming Court Scheduled Toduy Through Tuesduy ETeven day school and five Evening Division students have been nominated to the 1954 Homecoming Court, Tom Walshe, chairman of the election committee, announced.Day school nominees, in alphabetical order, are Mary Aitken, Nancy Battle, Lois Berg, Carolyn Cunningham, Marianne Hebert, Barbara Jas, Sue Keller, Jackie Keiffer, Sylvia Klein, Kay Page, and Dot Watkins. Candidates from Evening Division include Lena Couvillion, Jeanne Escousse, Klo Fischer, Mary Alice Ribaul, and Patricia Stiles. Election* in day school begin today and continue through Tueiday. There will be only one central ballot box. The box will be located in the school of dentUtry in the mornings until 10:00. Voting will take place in the quadrangle from 10 a.m. and will continue through the afternoon. The box will be placed in the school of law for a short while at night so that law students in night school may rote. The queen and five maids will be chosen from the day school. Evening Division will elect one maid to the court. The election began last night and will end Monday night. Those voting are asked to list the names of the candidates in order of preference, as the point system will be employed in counting the ballots. The first nominee on the ballot will receive six points, and the last, one point. The queen must be either a junior or a senior. hat Selects Talent Nigh Participants Fourteen individuals and six groups have been accepted by the audition committee for Blue Key's 17th Annual Talent Night scheduled for Dec. 8 in the Municipal Auditorium, according to Sam Mayes, fraternity president. All individuals and groups who have auditioned and received their letter of acceptance are requested to pick up their publictiy forms from Dr. Arnold's office, Bobet 122, sometime next week. Those individuals already accepted include: Bob Guidry, Marilyn Johnson, Marlene Duronslet, Jerry Kimble, Joseph Tarantino, Carol Cunningham, Lynn Murphy, Teresa Kelly, John Paquette, Jim Ford, Sal Malone, Irlee Leclere, John Salvaggio and Henry Exsterstein.Those qualifying for the group competition are: The LSL Dancert, Ed Schmidt Trio, The PasteU, The Skyscraper*, a double piano number by Tessie Lopez and Irlee Leclere, and a double quartet from dental school. This list includes only those who were accepted thus far. It is not the entire listing of Talent Nifjht performers. Tickets for the affair are now on sale in the Book Store and in The Top Shop. Tickets may also be obtained from any member of the fraternity. Price is $1.00 per ticket. In addition to individual and group performers, Talent Night will also present a number of skits from various organizations and schools around the campus. Today is also the deadline for skit auditioning. ID Photos 'Must1 Tuesday-Wednesday Photographs for student's University identification cards will be taken Tuesday and Wednesday in the Thespian office adjacent to Marquette Auditorium.All students are requested to be photographed at some time during these two days. Male students are asked to wear coat and tie. These photos are necessary for the identification card and no student will be allowed to attend the athletic contests without an ID card, Father O'Flynn, dean of students, said. Loyola Coeds Give Seminar Lydia Larose and Rosemary Shepard recently gave a seminar on Mathematical Genesis in the Mt. 103 class of the Rev. Bernard A. Tonnar, S.J. The seminar traced the history of mathematics from "its birth to the 12th century B.C. Larose introduced the cave man and his early way of counting. After a few thousand years the ancient man could count— one, two, and many. Shepard followed this explanation with the first written numbers, Egyptian hieroglyphics. She drew a few of the main integers in hieroglyphics and explained their origin. Gematria, the science of numbers, introduced by the Romans and Hebrews around the 12th century, was compared to our modern day horoscopes. The seminar ended with the story of Bhaskara and his daughter Liluvadi, who lost the one hour the gods favored her to marry. To console his daughter Bhaskara named a mathematical system after her. Spring Hill President To Give Mass Sermon The 1954 Homecoming Week, which opens Sunday, November 28, will feature the silver jubilee reunion of the Class of 1929, according to Richard C. Drown, Jr., former president of the Alumni Association and chairman of the '29 class. Drown appointed a four-man committee to coordinate the class reunion. They are Dr. Prescott E. Smifh, dentistry; Thomas D. Salsiccia, law; Hughes A. Robertson, pharmacy, and Benet F. Cain, arts FATHER SMITH and sciences. The class reunion will be held on Saturday, December 4. Activities scheduled for the day include a Memorial Mass in the Thomas Hall Chapel at 8 a.m. and a breakfast in the University cafeteria. Others are the election of class officers, a campus tour, cocktails and a buffet supper at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Lounge, taking of the official class picture, and attendance at the annual Homecoming Ball that night where a special section of tables will be reserved. M. Kent Lemarie, 1941 economics graduate and the '54 Homecoming chairman, said that Homecoming Week will open with Mass, Communion ■ and breakfast on Sunday, November 28. Ivor Trapolin, Mass chairman, said that the assembly of alumni will be held in front of Marquette Hall at 7:45 a.m. and that the alumni will march in procession into Holy Name Church. The Very Rev. Andrew C. Smith, 5.J.., president of Spring Hill College, will deliver the sermon with the Rev. Anthony C. O'Flynn, S.J., dean of students, as Mass celebrant. Breakfast will follow in the University cafeteria. That night the Alumni Association will host its membership at a cocktail party from S p.m. through 7 p.m. in the Fieldhouse. A harbor tour for the alumnae, aboard the yacht, "Good Neighbor," is planned for Tuesday, November 30 at 2 p.m. The annual luncheon for the alumni will be held Wednesday, December 1, in the St. Charles Hotel with the Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., Loyola president, as guest speaker. The Homecoming Queen and her court will be introduced to the alumni at the Ball on Saturday, December 4 in the Fieldhouse.Climax of Homecoming Week will be the basketball game between La Salle College, 1954 champions, and Loyola on Sunday, December 5 in the Fieldhouse. The game also will mark the official dedication of the new building. Chairmen of the activities are Lee Grev«mb*rg, Mis. Marie Dominguez, Gerald Rault, Phillip Schoen, William Hogan, Harold l.amy, Jim Manning, Danny Lyons, Trapolin, Drown, and Lemarie.Loyola, SMU Clash In Moot Court Opener Moot Court teams from Loyola and Southern Methodist University of Dallas meet in the first round of the regional moot court trials in Baton Rouge today. The trials are being sponsored by the LSU law school and continue through Saturday. Donald V. Organ and John L. Olivier are the regular team members with James P. Conniek, Jr. as alternate. Organ and Conniek are students in the law school's evening division while Olivier is in the day school. Dr. Brendan F. Brown, professor of law, was appointed by Dean Antonio E. Papale as the team's advisor during the trials. The caic being argued is an appeal by a labor union to the U.S. Supreme Court: The em- • ployeet of a retail television •tore had voted unanimously against joining the union, but the union had continued picketing. The store had an injunction granted to restrain the picketing. The union is arguing that the injunction be lifted. Loyola represents the respondents (the TV store), and SMU is representing the petitioners (the labor union). Other schools in the regional trials are Tulane University, University of Texas, University of Houston, University of Oklahoma, and LSU. The winners of the regional trials will go to the fifth annual national moot court competition to be held in New York City sometime in early December. I SEVEN INITIATED Seven students were initiated into Psi Omega international dental fraternity, Wednesday, Nov. 3. New members are: John N. Ester, Jr., Leonard M. Hendrich, Dean Cason, T. N. Ross, Lucar C. Sansovich, Jr., Jon Daniels and John K. Berdon. Eiffert New Maroon Business Manager Raphael Eiffert, business administration soph omore and former circulation manager, was appointed business manager of The Loyola Maroon, campus weekly. Eiffert succeeds Joseph Nielsen who resigned last week. The appointment was announced by Ed Fricke, Maroon moderator. George Roja's, BA soph, succeeds Eiffert as the Maroon's circulation manager. Marilyn Johnson, business administration junior, remains as advertising manager.Fricke alio announced the resignation of Tom Finney as sports editor. No replacement will be selected. Maroon reporterts will be assigned to cover sports events, he said. Four students were assigned to the full-time editorial staff as reporters. They are Mickey Jung, Jean Steib, Peter Dassinger, and George Rhode. Today's edition of The Maroon will be the only issue printed during November. The staff will be off next week because of midsemester exams and the following week because of the Thanksgiving holidays. The next issue will be Friday, December 3. RAPHAEL EIFFERT Seniors Invited All seniors are invited to attend the Alumni Association Homecoming dance December 3. Ticket! may be purchased from the presidents of the various colleges at $2.50 per person.
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