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THE MAROON Z-257 LOYOLA UNIVERSITY, NEW ORLEANS, LA., FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1938 No. 31 Volume XV NAME ROPER GRADUATION SPEAKER Alpha Sigma Nu Elects Nine Students Are Named To Honorary Scholarship Frat Beach, Tregle, Juge, Kavanaugh, Wehner, Ainsworth, Daspit, Wingerter, Gabb Honored Election of nine students of the university to membership in Alpha Sigma Nu, national Jesuit honorary scholastic fraternity, was announced this week by Robert Pascal, president of Loyola chapter of the organization. Those honored are Harold Juge, senior, Peter C. Beach, Joseph G. Tregle, Jr., and Lawrence Kavanaugh, juniors, of the college of arts and sciences; Henry A. Gabb, junior, Harold A. Ainsworth, sophomore, and Lorraine Wingerter* freshman, of the school of law; Barney Wehner, junior, of the school of dentistry; and Wilbur Daspit, sophomore, of the college of pharmacy. To be eligible for membership in the fraternity, a student must be in the upper quarter of his class during each of the previous years he has spent in the particular school or college from which he is elected. In addition he must have shown a spirit of loyalty and service to the university, as revealed in extracurricular activity. The chapter nominates six men from each school and college of the university, provided there is that Zoller Named Club President Harry Zoller, sophomore arts and sciences student, was elected to succeed Rudolph Horstmann as president of Deutscher Verein Froshinn, German campus group, at a meeting in room 32 Monday at noon. Others elected were Theodore Kirn, Jr., vice-president; Richard Fleddermann, secretary; and Joseph K. Mertzweiller, treasurer. This marks Fleddermann's second term as secretary. The new officers will assume their posts in September. The annual picnic of the club was set tentatively for May 15 at Sulphur Springs. Dean Returns From Study Conventions Father Roy Participates In Discussions of Jesuit System After attending recent conventions in Milwaukee, Wis. and Chicago, 111., the Rev. Percy A. Roy,, S. J., dean of the college of arts and sciences, returned to the university Tuesday. Father Roy assisted at the National Catholic Educational association meeting in Milwaukee, and the Jesuit Educational asssociation conclaves, which were held in Chicago.One hundred and twenty Jesuits, representing all prep schools and colleges of Jesuit teaching in the United States, attended the Jesuit Educational association meetings, which were given over to a study of the traditional Jesuit system of education and methods of perfecting it. It was brought out at the sessions that present conditions have not altered the fundamental principles of the system because of its broadness in princples. The pervading feature of the whole convention was the insistence that in preparatory and lower college subjects, the broad cultural courses are best. In the LOYOLA AND URSULINE TO DEBATE TUESDAY The Edward Douglass White society will open forensic relations with . Ursuline college's debating club Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium on the Ursuline campus.Louis J. Dutrey, junior law, and J. Scott Mathews, senior arts, will uphold the affirmative of the national Pi Kappa Delta topic on the arbitration of industrial disputes. Azema Flanagan, senior arts at Ursuline, and Audrey St. Raymond, sophomore arts, will defend the negative. Dolores Engelhardt, vice-president of the Ursuline group, will preside as chairman. ACTIVITY CALENDAR FRIDAY, APRIL 29 2:oop'm. Tennis matches—Loyola vs. Louisiana college, Magazine street courts, Audubon park. _ , 7:00 p.m. Fraternity league eoftball games—Grubera park. M g :00 p.m. P. T. A. of New Orleans Conservatory of Music card party Montelepne hotel. wwt 8:45 p.m. Loyola educational broadcast—Station WWL. 10:00 p.m. /Ul-university student dance—Embassy club. SATURDAY, APRIL 30 8:00 a.m. High Mass in honor of Mother Mary Catherine, O. P. 2:00 p.m. Ursuline May festival. 3:00 p.m. DelunThrtaMphi meeting with National Grand Marshal, meeting room, Roosevelt hotel. 8:00 p.m. Law School moot trials—Marquette auditorium. 8:15 p.m. Third senior recital—Mac Donald haH. 10 *00pm. Psi Omega fraternity dance—Jung Roof, Jung hotel. SUNDAY, MAY 1 9:45 a.m. Student council meeting—Room 86. Marquette hall. 10:80 a.m. Gormley handicaps—Loyola stadium. 2:00 p.m. Ursuline May festival. Dominican May festival. MONDAY, MAY 2 800 pm. N. C. C. W. meeting—Marquette auditorium. 9:00 p.m. Student activity 2:00 p.m. Muaiciety meeting—MacDonald hall. 7 *30 p.m. Camera club meeting—Maroon office. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4 7 *80 pm* Edw.riClDraXl8n WhUe°™o?i«ty meeting—Marquette auditorium. 7 '46 v'm* American Philosophical society meeting—Room 304, Bobet hall. 8 *00 cm' Commerce club banquet—Arnaud's restaurant. THURSDAY, MAY 5 10'10 a.m. Accounting forum meeting—Room 46, Marquette hall. Noon Cooperative auction—Marquette auditorium. H '00 ii.nr. Uraollne operetta. FRIDAY, MAY 6 H '00 p m Band concert—Hojy Name auditorium. Fraternity league Softball gamea—Gruber s park. 10 '00 pm. Upstlon Beta Lambda fraternity dance—Embassy clob. -V. 2nd Annual Prep School Day Opens High School Seniors Will Be Guests of University This Afternoon For the second consecutive year, Loyola will play host to some 1000 senior students of New Orleans' high schools today, featuring appropriate addresses and displays in class rooms and laboratories. This High School Day will be observed every year to acquaint young people who are about to finish their preparatory studies with university life. It will also serve to assist them in the selection of a course of higher education, and for the pursuance of further studies in preparation for their careers. The program will open at 1:45 p.m. today in Marquette auditorium, where a talk will be given by the Very Rev. Harold A. Gaudin, S.J., president of the university, who will explain to Loyola's youthful guests what is expected of them if they plan to enter the university next term. In the event that Father Gaudin cannot speak, another faculty official will address the gathering in his place. Following the first address will be a short speech of welcome by Clay Calhoun, varsity football captain of the past season who was recently named freshman grid coach. High school coeds will be tendered a welcoming address by Helen D'Antoni, senior music student and secretary of the studer.t council. Immediately after the convocation, which is not expected to last more than a half hour, the visitors will be conducted on a tour of all the departments of the university.Elect Student Council Heads At Dominican •Jane Evelyn Lear, Marguerite Ayala Named President, Secretary Jane Evelyn Lear and Marguerite Ayala, both senior arts, were elected president and secretary, respectively, of the student council of St. Mary's Dominican college, at a meeting of the group, Monday in the school auditorium. Both were selected unanimously. In honor of the feastday of Mother Mary Catherine, 0.P., My Irish Rose, three-act comedy-drama, was presented Wednesday and Thursday nights in the auditorium by the Melpothalians, college dramatic society. Gladys Wille and Eddie Seghers played leading roles. Members of the supporting cast were: Millicent Wright, Lucie A. Olivier, Violet Mae Le Blanc, Marguerite Casteix, Aimee Haulard, Beatrice Banowetz, Doris Oriol, Dolly Enloe, Bob Landry, Louis Nelson, Sam Martinez, Johnny Bahan and Maurice Duvic. The plot was centered about the attempts of an English noblewoman, Aimee Haulard, to break up the happy maiYiage of an English gentleman, Eddie Seghers, and an Irish girl, Gladys Wille. Sister M. Peter, 0.P., directed the play. COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER Above is the Hon. Daniel C. Roper, United States Secretary of Commerce at Washington, D. C., who will deliver the commencement address at the final graduation ceremonies, May 30, at Municipal auditorium. Frat Marshal Scheduled To Inspect Unit Robert M. Nelson, marshal of Delta Theta Phi, national legal fraternity, is scheduled to arrive in the city this week to conduct an official inspection of the organization Saturday at 3 p.m. in the Roosevelt hotel. All members of the society, as well as District Chancellor Albert Sidney Cain, Jr., will be present at the meeting. Nelson is a member of the firm of Nelson and Rhiem of Memphis, Tenn. The inspection is a biennial proceeding prior to the national inspection which is to be held this summer. Tovaritch Ducats On Sale Today Tickets for Tovaritch, final all- French presentation of the year, to be dramatized by members of Le Cercle Francais, French student organization at Loyola, go on sale today. The play, a three-act Russian drama written in French by Jacques Deval, and under the direction of Mr. William C. Couret, will be given May 12 and 13 in Holy Name auditorium. The names of those who are *o appear in the production follow: Mikail Ouratief, George Malochee; Tatiana Ouratief, his wife, Emma Couret; Charles Arbeziat, Sidney de Armas; Fernande Arbeziat, Marie-Louise Roper; Dimitri Gorotchenko, Soviet Commia* sar, George Medaille; Georges Arbeziat, Emile de Armas; Helenc Arbeziat, Lucile Bodet; Chauffourier-Dubief, Gerard Michel; Lady Karrigan, Melanie Cassou; Comte Feodor Brekenski, William Klause; Louise, the Arbeziat's cook, Lucie Olivier; Mme. Chauffourier-Dubief, Marie Charvet; a young girl, Beryl Rabouin; the Arbeziat's butler, Verdun Daste. Elect Council Members For Coming Year Seven Students Are Named; All Except Freshmen To Serve 2 Years The elections of members to the student council to serve during the coming year were held in the various departments of the university this week, according to an announcement by A. J. O'Donnell, council president. All, with the exception of freshmen, were elected to serve two-year terms. Those members elected to represent the classes of the college of arts and sciences are: Lawrence Bourgeois and Edward Hable, sophomores, and Philip Schoen and William Cooke, juniors. Other newly-elected members who will represent the other departments of the university are: David Abramson, music; Wade H. Morgan, dentistry; James D. Vinci, pharmacy. The election of a law school representative has not been held to date, but will be announced in a later issue. A new president of the student council will be chosen at the first meeting in May, O'Donnell announced.Chemistry Club Officers Chosen Officers of the Loyola Chemistry club for the 1938-39 session were announced this week by Winfred Craig, incumbent president. Those chosen to head the organization are Randal Laporte, president; Eugene Haydel, vice-president; Rudolph Horstmann, secretary; and Walter Pons, treasurer. All are juniors in the college of arts and sciences. Final arrangements for the annual banquet of the group, to be held Thursday at 8 p. m. at Lawrence's restaurant, were discussed at the regular meeting of the club held Monday night in Bobet hall. U.S. Commerce Head To Address May Candidates Cabinet Member Has Impressive Record; In Public Service Since Turn of Century SELECTION CONFIRMS RUMOR OF 3 WEEKS Monsignor W. J. Nold, of Dallas, Will Give Sermon At Baccalaureate- Exercises The Hon. Daniel C. Roper, United States Secretary of Commerce, Washington, D. C., will deliver the commencement address at the final graduation ceremonies, Monday, May 30, at Municipal auditorium. Announcement of his acceptance was made yesterday by the Very Rev. Harold A. Gaudin, S. J., president of the university, who, now in Houston, Texas, wired the news to Loyola. This confirmed a rumor several weeks old that the Secretary of Commerce would address the spring graduates. Mgr. Nold to Speak Speaker for the baccalaureate exercises will be the Very Rev. Monsignor Wendelin J. Nold, D. D., assistant pastor of the cathedral at Dallas, Texas, Father Gaudin also anounced. The May commencement exercises will be held in the large portion of the auditorium, and not in the concert section as in former years, the Rev. P. A. Roy, S. J., dean of faculties, announced Wednesday."This new arrangement is necessary because of the large number of graduates this year," he said. Mr. Roper, a cabinet member under President Roosevelt in the capacity of commerce head of the nation, is one of America's leading statisticians, author of two books and numerous magazine articles. He has been in the public service since 1895, serving in numerous executive capacities. He is particularly famous for his work in developing and enforcing a plan for collecting cotton statistics by a count at frequent intervals during harvesting of the number of bales turned out at southern ginneries, through the Cotton Statistics Section Bureau of Manufacturers Census Bureau. From South Carolina Born in April, 1867, in MarlboroEmbassy Is Dance Site For Tonite Johnny DeDroit to Play For First Student Hop After Lent The cast will remain intact but the scene will change tonight when Loyola students and their dates assemble at the Embassy club for the first student dance since Lent and the fifth of the present school year. Johnny DeDroit and his orchestra, who need no introduction to lovers of good dance music, will provide music for the function between the hours of ten and two. DeDroit is popular with Loyolans, having played for last year's Junior-Senior ball and only recently for the Sophomore Cotillion. In the Embassy club, the student dance committee has selected a site which is new, different, cool and spacious. It is more than 3 years since any Loyola social has been held at the popular suburban dance palace off the Jefferson highway.The spot is expected to meet with the approval and commendationDates Set For Finale By Thespians "I Want A Policeman, a threeact mystery comedy, starring Iris Mae Frisch and Joseph J. Miranne, Jr., will bring to a close the schedule of plays being presented by the Thespians, campus dramatic society. It will be presented at Holy Name auditorium, May 15 and 22. Among the notables in the supporting cast will be veteran Helen D'Antoni, a familiar figure in Thespian shows for the past four years. The cast of the final production is well sprinkled with seniors who will be making their last appearance before Loyola audiences. The list includes Iris Mae Frisch, Helen D'Antoni, Bob Lacey and Julius Meyer. Mission Crusaders Visit Bug House' But Return Unscathed By Jack Ricau "We're going to the bug house," chorused the eager band of Mis- sion Crusaders who motored to Jackson, La., last Saturday for a visit to the State Insane Asylum, Many forlorn friends of the ad- venturers saw us depart as though never to return again. But, be- lieve it or not, every man who made the journey returned to tell the tale! The two automobiles laden with 10 Crusaders arrived at the large, white-columned asylum, situated on a slightly sloping hill, shortly before noon. Following closely on the heels of Father Ray we were immediately ushered into the pres- ence of Dr. Eugene Ayo. He assigned to us a guide, who instructed us to remove our coata, and to unbutton our collars, so as not to appear conspicuous. Philip Schoen removed his coat somewhat reluctantly, for he_ undoubtedly held some fear that the officials might associate him with the inmates, and then how would he hold that Saturday night date? As we moved through the rambling rooms of the men's ward the occupants merely looked, and looked, and smiled, and scratched their heads, and said nothing. Father Ray seemed to be quite it home with the unfortunates, anrl (Continued on page 6) (Continued on page 6) (Continued on page 6) (Continued on page 3) (Continued on page 3) (Continued on page 5) JUNIORS AND SENIORS You have until Monday, May 9, to pay your class dues, says % John Screen, senior class prexy. The extension of time was granted because of the late payment of rebates on laboratory and general breakage k fees. TRACKSTERS Did you ever do the mile under six minutes? Well, anyway,. did you ever run for the street car, dinner bell, or class room? Even if you didn't you should try to run in one of the many events on the intramural card this week. See sport section.
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