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THE MAROON Volume XV Z-257 LOYOLA UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 1938 No. 29 Fellowship To NYU Awarded Loyola Student Gets Fellowship Larry Strohmeyer, Physics Major, To Study At Eastern School Lawrence J. Strohmeyer, senior physics student, has been awarded a graduate fellowship *o New York university, it was announced Tuesday by the Rev. Karl A. Maring, S.J., chairman of the department of physics and mathematics, j Strohmeyer, who is president the Descartes Mathematics Sl ty and treasurer of the was offered the antship for the year !'.•:'D■ the University Heights ifl by Allan C. G. Mitt-holM trative chairman of "'■ ment of physics. SSB^HI He will serve as an in the N. Y. U. physiß ment, teaching a maxirrß hours a week, for whiißJ receive full compensatifl work. This teaching si valid for one year, nifl newed after expirutioH Maring indicated. M He is now serving as IflJ instructor in physics at lH is a member of the scH dality. He is also a niS Heteria Physica, recentlH ized physics CDt campus. He has, whfl maintained a very hfl average and is hisrhljß ed by Father Maiiie iam James Lyons, :l G. Arnold, under studied. THETA BETaJ NINE NEV« Nine been accepted of Theta Beta, tfl biology fraterniH nounced Wi'dnesß Valentine, chance chapter. They fl vais, Patrick Goldman, MarciH Holten, June Wβ ger, Anthony I Wells Young. ■ Albert P. Caifl ler have also will not be iliiinH til after the Kafl entine stated. H LAWRENCE STROHMEYER Quebec Judge Gives Talk On Civil Codes Superior Court Justice Is Awarded Membership In Legal Society A Comparison of the Civil Law Code of Quebec with That of Louisiana was the topic of an address delivered by Judge Edouard Fabre-Surveyer, judge of the superior court of the province of Quebec, Canada, Wednesday morning in Marquette auditorium. The lecture, another in a series of talks sponsored by the Loyola school of law, was attended by all students of the school, as well as the pre-legal men. The speaker, who was introduced by Professor Joseph Dainow of the law school faculty, a former student of Judge Fabre-Surveyer, explained the various points of similarity and difference between the civil codes of his country and of Louisiana, stating that "The civil code of Quebec is much younger than that of Louisiana and is, therefore, very dependent upon the latter code's accuracy." The St. Thomas More Law club of the Loyola school of law conferred honorary membership upon Judge Fabre-Surveyer at this conclave. The presentation and address were made by Felix H. Lapeyre, president, and Roger G. ( Vincent, secretary, respectively. ( Dr. James T. Connor, dean of the school, was chairman of the 1 event. Judge Fabre-Surveyer will 1 be the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Con- C nor while on his stay in New Or- i leans. 1 Eleven Pharmacy Students Depart For Plant Tour Eleven students of the college \ of pharmacy left Saturday morn- D ing on a 10-day educational to-ir i of 2500 miles to the pharmaceu- I tical plants of the Lilly and Parke- Davis companies in Indianapolis, i In«l.. and Detroit, Mich. i Those making the tour are, t William Hutchinson, Robert L. 1 Morrow, Harold Richmond, Nicho- i las Montalbano, John Giordano, c Vincent Miranti, Paul Poche, LoSiis i Wilson, Gracie Barr, Rose Mae i Poche and Elsie Strain. C The Loyola branch of the Amer- i ican Pharmaceutical association ;s ( now rehearsing for a dramatic ra- s dio program to be presented over station WWL in the near future. 1 The program will be based on the necessity and benefits of the Loyola student branch association. i. OFFICERS ARE NAMED BY DENTAL SODALITY Officers of the Apollonia Den- 1 tal sodality for the scholastic year c of 1938-39 were elected at a busi- \ ness meeting last Sunday morning ( in the office of the dean of men, 1 at 9 o'clock. (j Those who will lead the dental 1 sodality next year are: Robert Smythe, prefect; former prefect 1 Harvey Poret, vice-prefert; \ Charles E. Hebert, Jr., secretary, t and Bennie Marcello, treasurer. | e Pan - American Day Observed! With Program! ! Friendship of Two Americas Stressed By Chilean Consul In commemoration of Pan- American Day, several addresses were delivered Monday afternoon in Marquette auditorium. Dr. Albert R. Lopes, chairman of the romance languages department, spoke briefly on the significance of the annual celebration. He, as first speaker, introduced Mr. Fernando Dahmen, consul of Chile and former member of the Loyola faculty, and Mr. Harold C Jackson, district manager of tho ! United States Department of [ Commerce. "Pan-Americanism is a ICD democratic principles," said Mr. Dahmen, who explained that "this principle of mutual help and cooperation is very benefirin' to the commercial and political relations between the 21 American republics, and servos a- a stimulus to world peace, world commerce, and [ world friendship." Mr. Jackson spafce on the work 1 of his Dn I^^. Aiiiciiran HBk the i M UNKNOW 'adlf;ld;fldf Pharmacy Issue Out Next Week Plans for the pharmacy issue oH The Maroon, to bC nul.l ihed orfl April 22, were an:,.mi,. i .layyj by James E. Bi Dwn .Ci chief. Ml 1 The paper will l.i- dC-vot aljH Biost entirely to the ■ ■CD}'•■■ fcaimacy, and will contain pic- of its activities and studies.' HuiU show the opportunities of- BC'(1 to graduates of the college B only in their own field but in ■ i,!,.- as well. Bthr iasue is in accordance with # ■I Uieji'ery Kev. Harokj j of th^L |Lr col!U 'Hoot' Sanders, Former Wolf Star, Convert To Catholicism Baptized by Father Gaudin In Impressive Holy Week Ceremony Cecil "Hoot" Sanders, one of . the hardest-blocking- signal barkers tCl ever don was li;i|ilijfl ■■ Congratulations, Hoot' —Phuto by Edward O'Dwyor. In an impressive Holy Week ceremony, Cecil "Hoot" Sanders former Wolfpack star, and freshman football coach, was Baptised in McDermott Memorial church on the campus by the Very Reverent Harold A. Gudin. S. J., president, of the university. He is shown on the right, being congratulated by the Rev. Godfrey Cook, S. J., who gave Hoot his instructions this year. Helena Vinet Is Twice Winner In Pop Contest President of Student Body Voted Most Popular, Most Active Helena Vinet,' president of the student body at Ursuline college, was voted most popular and most active student on the campus in the annual popularity contest conducted last Friday by the U-Tjpia, student monthly news publication, according to Dolores Winfferter, editor. Winners of the other titles were: Helen McCown, junior arts, prettiest; Helen Dobelman, senior arts and varsity cheerleader, bestdressed; Adelaide Marston, sophomore arts, wittiest; and Alma Elliot, president of the junior class iuid vice-president of the athletic council, beat athlete. Special prizes will he awarded to three students of the college ,e winners in the |e Solange Gonfciley and Helen I's-up Ihe voting were met of the col- Ast popular and soph- ENA VINET Marshals Named For Graduation Beach, Groome To Lead Annual Baccalaureate Procession FLAG-BEARERS, GUARDS, USHERS ALSO NAMED Students Chosen For Extra- Curricular Work and Scholarship Dennis H. Groome, Jr., and ; Peter C. Beach, both juniors in the college of arts and sciences j and members of the student council, have been selected as chief marshals in charge of the bacca! laureate and commencement exercises, according to an announce-, merit this week by Rev. F. L. Janssen, S.J., regent of the college of arts and sciences. The Baccalaureate Mass will take place at 10 a.m. on May 29 at the McDermott Memorial church on the campus, and commencement exercises will be held at the Municipal auditorium on the night of May 30 at 8 p.m. Also announced this week were the marshals of the various colleges and schools of the university, the flag-bearers, the guards of honor, and the ushers to serve at the commencement. These men were picked from the list of honor students, from the fraternities, and from the extracurricular organizations on the campus. Ursuline Representative* j Selected to represent UrsulineJ college were the president aril vice-president of the junior cl| of that institution. They are Afl Elliot, president, and Marion bour, vice-president, who will serve as marshals of the college of arts and sciences. The last day that the seniors will he allowed to turn in their measurements for their caps and gowns will be Wednesday, April 20. These measurements must be turned in to the marshals of the respective colleges and schools. The students to serve as marshalls and guards of honor are as ACTIVITY CALEND • FRIDAY, APRIL 15 6:46 p.m. Educational broadcast, featuring: "The Universij % Schuyten, Dr. Walter E. von Kalinowski, Mr. Gul TUESDAY, APRIL 19 I 8:00 a.m. Classes resumed. M Noon Mathematical society meeting. M 2:00 p.m. Music school recital—Mac Donald hall. C 3 :00 p.m. Intramural softball tournament begins—Univ^H WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20 fl 6:46 p.m. Educational broadcast—Station WWL. THURSDAY, APRIL 21 10:10 a.m. Accounting Forum meeting—Room 46, Noon Medical technology meeting—Room 304, 2:00 p.m. Tennis matches, Loyola vs. Augustance c^H Audubon park. 8:00 p.m. Theta Beta lecture—Room 804, Bobet hall. FRIDAY, APRIL 22 Noon Election of Student Council members. 6:46 p.m. Educational broadcast—Station WWL. 8 :00 p.m. Fraternity softball games—Gruber's park. 10:00 p.m. Sophomore cotillion—Shushan airport. (Continued on page 4) SOFTBALL The first intramural softball league at Loyola gets under way next week with teams from all departments of the university participating. See sport page. EASTER YEGGS If some of the threatened spring finery makes its appearance Easter morning as promised by some Loyolans, it's probable that they will qualify as something a little* more, or less, than "eggs". See page one.
|Masthead||The Maroon Vol. 15 No. 29|
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