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The LOYOLA MAROON No. 3 Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, October 12, 1956 Vol. XXXIV World Series: Loyolans Pull For Larsen ON TV... LOYOLANS SEE HISTORY MADE See Story Page 5 Anticipation With Two Out In The Ninth Sheer Bedlam With Three Out Hanneman, Winn, Navarre In Top Posts Jesuit Hi Orads To Guide 1956-57 Freshman Council Charles "Skip" Hanneman, Robert Winn and Rene Navarre were elected Freshman Council presidents of A&S, BA and music respectively in campus elections Monday and Tuesday. None are strangers to Jesuit institutions with Hanneman and Winn both graduates of Jesuit High and Navarre an alumni of St. John's High in Shreveport Other officers elected are Vice-presidents, Vincent Manguno, A&S; Ronald Karcher, BA; Losers other than Marshall were Rose Monde Jones, for vice-president; Mignon Guiteau for secretary; and Patricia Macke for treasurer. The council will handle Hausmann Trophy competition, election of the Freshman Sweetheart and other frosh activities later in the year. Student Council elections chairman and A&S president Matt Schott termed the voting percentages "about the same as usual" and came out in favor of continuing the one-day elections in the college of arts and sciences. The system was used in the frosh elections on a trial basis_ "In other schools, it cannot be used because there are not enough people to man the polls, but where it can be used, it should be," he concluded. Secretaries, Patricia O'Brien, A&S; Nancy Cummings, BA; and Teddy Sullivan, music. Treasurers, Mary Anne Reising, A&S; Don Arata, BA; and Kathleen Fonry, music. In the A&S presidential race, Hanneman defeated Eliot "Sluggo" Harold by a count of 129 to BC, a total of 215 voting, as compared with a total A&S frosh enrollment of 399. Other defeated A&S candidates were Malcolm Schwarzenbach for vice-president; Helen Sonier, for secretary; and Ann Nichols for treasurer. The Hanneman ticket's victory was marred by the defeat of Helen Sonier by Patricia O'Brien of the Harold ticket. Winn triumphed over Grady Martin and Lawrence Henneberger with respective totals of 57, 23 and seven. Eighty-seven of the 145 frosh business students enrolled voted. Other candidates defeated in BA polling include: Donald Armand and George Shahine for vice-president; Catherine Devoti and Jo Ann Messina for secretary; and Wayne Cox for treasurer. In the BA race, the winning Winn ticket also had its success dampened by the loss of the treasurer's office to Don Arata of the Armand slate. With all candidates running as independents, Navarre took the music race over Gerald Marshall by a vote of 12 to six with all music frosh voting. CHARLES HANNEMAN RENE NAVARRE ROBERT WINN ID Pix Deadline Today, 1-4 P.M. Any student who hat not had a student identification picture taken tnust do so today from 1 to 4 p.m. in the cap and gown room next to the dean of students office. If photos are not taken at this time there will be no chance of receiving an activity card for the remainder of the year. Judges Name Eight Student Cheerleaders Eight students were named cheerleaders for the 1956-57 season as the result of a tryout competition Tuesday in Marquette Auditorium, sponsored by the Pep Club. Gerry Bodet, A&S junior, who has been a cheerleader for the past two years, was chosen captain of the group. Girl cheerleaders, who had to be member* of the Pep Club a* a prerequisite, include A&S freihmen Olga Moreau, Mary Saunderi, Carolyn Brandt and A&S soph Rosemary White. Boy cheerleaders are: Anton Cangelosi, BA frosh; Carl Montet, A&S frosh, and Richard Iltis, A&S frosh. Fr. Donnelly Addresses BA Public speaking, developing the ability to write and making out a day's schedule, were cited as the three most important assets in business by the Very Rev. W. Patrick Donnelly, S.J., University president, at a business administration convocation Tuesday."Public speaking may mean the difference between success and failure and making out a schedule saves time and is very profitable," he told BA majors in Marquettc Auditorium. Handwriting, appearance, manner of speaking, punctuality, selfreliance and kindness are qualities that should be developed to the utmost, the president advised. "Business will be in your hands in a few short years," he stated. "Every man and woman in BA should decide by their second year just what they want to do and where they want to do it." Talent Night Applications Now Ready Blue Key Talent Night audition applicants may be picked up throughout next week ending at 4 p.m. Friday, George Frilot, general chairman, said. Those desiring auditions can secure blanks in room 105 of Stallings Hall from 12-1 p.m. on weekdays.Committee chairmen for the 19th annual Talent Night scheduled for December 7 at the Municipal Auditorium have been announced by Dan Stapp, president of the fraternity. They are: Edward Merritt, BA senior, business manager; Marcel Garsaud, law freshman, stage manager; Robert Morgan, music senior, publicity chairman; Pat Harrigan, music senior, audition chairman; and Lloyd Celentano, music senior, orchestral chairman. The committee will notify all applicants of the time and place of auditions. Students desiring additional information should contact either Frilot or Harrigan. 'All For Love' Cast Completed Reginald Hendry, A&S junior, as Anthony, and Gloria Deßram, A&S senior, as Cleopatra, share top billing in the Thespians forthcoming production "All for Love," according to Leo C. Zinser, director. George Hoag, A&S senior, and John WilmOt, BA sophomore, appear as Ventidius, and Dolabella, general and soldier friend of Antony, respectively; and Joel Larkin, A&S junior, as Antony's wife, Octavia. Actual dates of production will be announced in the near future. Other supporting roles include Alexas, Cleopatra's minister of state, played by Al Monlezun, A&S sophomore; Serapion, the Egyptian priest, by William Wells, A&S junior; and Charmian and Iras, Cleopatra's maids-in-waiting, portrayed by A&S freshmen, Vicki Miller and Mary Lynne Block. Both Hendry and Deßram have done extensive work in the Thespians with previous leading role* to their credit—hi* in last year'* "The First Legion" and hers in the 1954 presentation of "Medea." Other cast members are also veteran Thespians with the exception of Wilmot, Miller, and Block, who make their first appearance with the Loyola group in this firstof-the-season offering. "All for Love," otherwise known as "The World Well Lost," is considered John Dryden's finest play. It is the love story of Antony and Cleopatra and how it ended in destruction for both. Understudies include James Arceneaux, BA junior; John Bourgeois, music senior; Richard Redmann, law freshman; Vincent Manguno, A&S freshman; Myra Monahan, A&S senior; Olga Seiferth, mu*ic junior; and Sylvia de* Champs, music junior. Bill Longfellow, BA senior, is in charge of production and Bill Louree, A&S junior, lights. FILLING LEAD ROLES in "All for Lot*," Thespians' opener, are GLORIA deBRAM and REGINALD HENDRY, cait a» Cleopatra and Anthony, dUcuMing the script with director LEO C. ZINSER. Betty Johnson Elected lOC Secretary Betty Johnston, music senior, was elected secretary of the Inter-Organizational Council, succeeding Susie Hanemann. All organization representatives are urged by Tommy Dußos, president, to fill out and return the forms issued each campus group before next Monday. They may be left in the dean of student's office. The lOC will meet four times this year. Future meetings are tentatively scheduled for December,December, February and April, Dußos said. Organization leaders were asked to assist in the "Back the Pack" program by acting as ushers and ticket takers for the home games. The Rev. Robert L. Boggs, S.J., dean of students, in a brief address asked the organization leaders to keep in mind that on the Loyola campus "each organization works for the good of the other and all are for the good of the University." George Frilot, 111, general chairman of the 19th Annual Blue Key Talent Night, also asked the assistance of all the organizations. Organizations that offered their assistance at the home basketball games included: APO, Blue Key, Pi Kappa Epsilon, Tri Beta, Sigma Lambda Epsilon, St. Aloysius Sodality, Delta Theta Phi, APhA, ADG, Beggars, Edward Douglas White Debating Society, and the Society for the Advancement of Management. Author To Address History Classes Mrs. Alice Walworth Graham, noted New Orleans writer, will address Professor David Smythe's English History classes today at 2 p.m. and Monday at 6 p.m. Topic of her address will be Life in the Middle Ages. Mrs. Graham's last book "The Vows of the Peacock" was published in March 1956, and deals with England under Edward 11. U. S. Diplomat To Talk Here A representative of the United States Department of State will speak on career opportunities in the U. S. Foreign Service Wednesday at 12:15 p.m. in Marquette Auditorium. John M. Kavanaugh, officer in charge of Australian and New Zealand affairs within the Far Eastern Bureau of the State Department will explain the Foreign Service officer selection process.The Department of State recently announced that a written examination for the Foreign Service will be held on December 8. Candidates must be between 20 and 31 and a United States citizen for nine years. Applications for the one-day written examination must be received by the Board of Examiners in Washington, D. C, before midnight October 26. Successful candidates will be appointed as officers to serve in any of the 268 embassies, legations and consulates abroad, as well as in the Department of State in Washington, D. C. ENTER TALENT NIGHT NOW MONDAY IS 'DOG DAY'
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