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The MAROON Friday, October 16, 1959 Vol. XXXVII, No. 4 Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana LIVAUDAIS WILL REIGN A&S Junior Grabs Honor In LU Ballot Isabella Livaudais, A&S junior, has been elected Queen of Loyola's 1959-60 campus court. The 20-year-old New Orleans coed received 2,889 points in the elections held Monday and Tuesday. She succeeds Camille Tamborello, an A&S graduate. COEDS selected as maids on the court include: Kay Poole, 19, an A&S sophomore from New Orleans, who received 2,977 points; Mizie Olivier, 20, an A&S senior from New Orleans, who received 2,732 points in the election; Mary Kay Harrington, an 19- year-old A&S sophomore from Alexandria, who received 2,611 points; Maria Cicero, 20, an A&S junior from New Orleans, who received 2,447 points; Marie Edmond, 21, a medtech senior from New Orleans, who received 2,234 point*. APPROXIMATELY one third of the entire day-division student body cast ballots in the two day election, according to Bill Hammel, A&S senior, president of the student council. "This is perhaps the largest voting turn-out Loyola has had in a long time for a campus court election," he said. EACH STUDENT of the university's day division had nominated six coeds for the court last week. The 12 coeds receiving the highest number of votes were then selected to vie for positions Monday and Tuesday. AT'THE court election students voted for six of the 12 girls nominated, in order of preference, and the winners were selected on the basis of points. Only juniors and seniors were eligible for election as queen. The queen and her court will be presented at the annual Blue Key Talent Night to be held December 8 in the Fieldhouse. Schiro Promises To Help Parkers ISABELLA LIVAUDAIS 'City' Opens Movie Series On Sunday The Loyola Film Club will open its series with a showing of "Open City" Sunday night at 7:30 in Marquette Auditorium. Starring Anna Magnani, this Italian film with English subtitles tells the story of the people of Italy during the Nazi occupation. It dates from 1945, and has won six international awards. A Norman McLaren cartoon and a documentary film on Cambridge and Oxford Universities will also be shown. On November 8, the club will ■how "Battleship Potemkin," a Ruisian offering Toted the greatest film of all time by the Brussels film festival. It tells the story of the 1905 uprising against the Czarist government; sound was added in 1951, and it has English subtitles. Season ticket sales for the series were so successful that general admission tickets will not be sold at the door, according to Mr. William Gordon, moderator of the group. However, club members will be allowed to bring a guest on their ticket; admission for these guests will be one dollar, he said. Talent Tryouts Set October 79 Auditions for Blue Key's 22nd annual Talent Night will be held from October 19 through early November, Bob Winn, Blue Key president, announced.The entire membership will attend the auditions and vote on the acts to be accepted. Talent Night will be presented in the Fieldhouse on December 8 with about 20 acts. In general, the individual auditions will be held first, then the group auditions and finally the skit auditions, Winn said. Bill Miller, chairman of the auditions committee, has announced that this order will be sought but that exceptions will be made.
|Masthead||The Maroon Vol. 37 No. 4|
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