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Tlie Loyola Maroon 40 th. Anniversary Vol. XL Tlie Voice of Loyola, since 1023 Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, April 10, 1964 No. 18 Regulations Govern Operation, Use of Danna Student Center Rules and regulations governing the operation and use of the Danna Student Center have been released by Alvin J. Roussell, Jr., president of the Student Union. The rules are for the information and guidance of the faculty, staff and students of the university and have been approved by the Rev. William J. Junkin, S.J., dean of students.ALL STUDENTS are requested to follow university regulations regarding good taste in dress and attire. The 'minimum attire allowed for male students at any time will be tailored walking shorts with socks. Socks must be worn at all times regardless of dress and "T" shirts will not be allowed at any time. No shorts or trouser-type apparell will be allowed for co- Eds; however, culottes are aeceptible.FOOD AND drink will be allowed in the dining areas only, and alcoholic beverages will be allowed in the Danna center only at scheduled functions.Concerning advertisement in the center, one general bulletin board will be provided by the center and several easels with boards attached that will be available for advertisement purposes.purposes. No posters or advertisements will be allowed in ANY area unless they conform to good taste. AS SOON AS possible, five minutes of campus news will be broadcast over the center's intercommunications system at the three main meals. There will be two bulletin boards in the organization room on the second floor; one for fraternities and one for sororities. All advertisements or notices to be placed in the center must first be cleared and approved by the Union Publicity committee (Anne Crutcher or her representatives). The chairman can be contacted at designated times in the Student Union office located on the second floor. ALL NEWS items to be announced over the PA system must also be approved by the Publicity committee. The decorations subcommittee must approve all decorations that will be used in the center. Subcommittee chairman Sheila O'Haire or her representatives may be reached under the same conditions as the Publicity committee. CARD PLAYING will be allowed in the recreation lounge on the second floor for MIXED couples only. Space will be provided in the basement for stag card games. Gambling in any form will NOT be permitted.STUDENT UNION personnel will be in the center to act as hosts and guides. They will also have the power to enforce all and any StudentD Center regulations. There will not be a separate datebook for the Student center, and the present one will continue to be used with its rules applying. Fr. O'Flynn Assumes Post Father Anthony C. O'Flynn, S.J., will now serve as the assistant clean of the college of arts and sciences for the remainder of the spring semester, announced the Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S.J., dean of arts and sciences. WHENEVER the dean is absent, Father O'Flynn is empowered to act for him, and all official business will be referred to him. The duties of the assistant dean include: preparing exam schedules, supervising classroom maintenance, checking the academic progress of students (especially freshmen), reporting deficiencies to the dean, and notifying students of any probation status. PRESENTLY Father O'Flynn is also the chairman of the faculty committee of admission and classification, a member of the athletics commission, and theology professor for all five junior sections.FATHER O'Flynn was dean of students from 1950-56. 3 To Vie For Chief SC Post Student Council presidential candidates Neil Heusel, Tom Sartory, and Bob Homes are now campaigning for student votes in perparation for the primary to be held Monday and Tuesday. All three candidates have had experience on the council. Neil Huesel, BA junior, and Tom Sartory, A&S sophomore, are presently on the Student Council, and Bob Homes, law freshman, was on the Council last year. Many reforms and improvements for the benefit of the student body are being proposed by the three candidates in their platforms. "I plan to work on improving the intellectual atmosphere of the university and the student welfare if elected," said Tom Sartory. On the academic level, Sartory proposes to extend the Loyola College Bowl, to inaugurate a tutorial program to help students, and to revive the Loyola Forum. In the student welfare department Sartory said that he will seek to have more work scholarships provided for students. He also plans to organize a committee which will aid in setting up the university calendar, and to make the Blue Key Taps 18 Leaders Eighteen active members and nine honorary members will be tapped for membership in the university's chapter of Blue Key national honor farternity, Sunday at 8 p.m. in the faculty dining room of Danna center. TO BE TAPPED for active membership are from the college of arts and sciences, seniors Edward Carriere, Jr., James Ipser, and Frederick Wade, junior Frederick Hosch, sophomore Tom Sartory; from the college of business administration, seniors Dowdell Brown 111, and Stewart Lagarde, junior Robert Perez; college of pharmacy seniors J. Frederick Cardwell and Gerry Dupre; school of dentistry, senior John Hickam, juniors Joseph Lattier and Ronald Bar rett; senior Joseph Copley of the college of music; school of law senior Robert Seller, juniors Robert Jaques, Henry Lambert; and Frederick Lake evening division. HONORARY MEMBERS selected are: Dr. Joseph Berrigan, chairman of the department of history; Dr. Edmond Jeansonne, assistant dean of dental school; Ralph H. Fishman, attorney; Dr. William Gordon, professor of English; Justice Walter B. Hamlin, Louisiana Supreme Court; Rev. William J. Junkin, dean of students; Harnett T. Kane, celebrated historian and author; John F. Tims, president, Times- Picayune Publishing company. BLUE KEY national honor fraternity recognizes male students outstanding in leadership, high morals, service, and scholastic attainment. Loyola chapter of Blue Key was established in 1931. Fete Opens Center Eating In Style... These students are making good use of one of the three dining rooms in the new Danna Center, which opened last week. This is the a la carte lunch room designated for students who do not have a contract meal plan. Besides this one, there is the faculty dining room, the main dining room and a snack bar. An informal opening of the Danna Student Center sponsored oy ine oLUdent LJnion will De neld today from 4-7 p.m. Highlighting the informal opening will be the entertainment of 12 well-known bands provided by the Dance and Entertainment Committee of the Student Union. Also featured will be refreshments and tours by the Hospitality Committee. Some of the bands that will be playing today at the opening are the Half Fast Beatles, the Chartermen, the Shadows, the Helmsmen, the Playboys, the Squires and the folk-singing SAK Singers. THE SECOND floor and the basement of the center will be permanently opened when they are completely furnished. The Rev. William J. Junkin, S.J., dean of students, said, "The second floor is finished now, in one sense of the word. Over 99% of the work is done. All that is being done now are small items; putting in phones, putting air vents in doors, etc. "However, if by 'finished' is meant 'furnished,' the answer is different. I think it needs a good bit more furnishing. There are no file cabinets in the student organization rooms. There are some lockers in there that don't seem to me to be very Blue Key... Newly tapped by Loyola's chapter of Blue Key national honor fraternity are: First Row: left to right, Fred Wade, Gerry Dupre, Thomas Sartory, Edward Carriere, Joseph Copely; Second Row: Robert Jacques, Dowdell Brown, James Ipser, Joseph Lattier, Frederick Hosch; Third Row: Ronald Barertt, Henry Lambert, Robert Perez, Frederick Cardwell; Fourth Row: John Hickam, Stewart Lagarde, Frederick Lake. Language Dept. Gets $23,456 Forty student boothi will be installed and operating by September of 1964 in the new planned language lab, announced the Rev. Emmett M. Bienvenu, S.J. The $23,456 grant by the Edward G. Schieder Educational Foundation will make these possible and each booth will be equipped with a tape recorder and study material Tapes have been used in small scale in language classes in recent years but this will be the first language lab for Loyola. Language labs will be in the former student lounge in Marquette hall. Dr. Langan To Speak On Hegel Dr. Thomas Langan, associate professor of philosophy at the University of Indiana, will give the last of the lectures in the Philosophy Club series Thursday in Marquette auditorium at 7 :30 p.m. Author of The Meaning of Heidegger and The Philosophy of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Dr. Langan's topic will be "Hegel, What Have You Done to Us." He received his A.B. and M.A. degrees from the St. Louis University, his Phd. from the Institute Catholique de Paris, and was a Fullbright scholar in France for two years. Dr. Langan has co-authored Modern Philosophy with Eteinne Gilson and the forthcoming Recent Philosophy with Gilson and Armand Maurer. His lectures in the last year have taken him to the University of Erlanger-Nuremberg, and the University of Bonn. He was guest of the Polish Academy of Sciences for 2 weeks in Poland for conversations with leading Marxist ideologists. DR. THOMAS LANGAN LETTER To the Students of Loyola: The recent opening of the Joseph A. Danna center must be for all of you, as it is for the Loyola administration and faculty, a high point in the current semester. It gave added happiness to Easter 1964. It should now be possible to hold many of the pre-commencement functions in these beautiful facilities, pending the dedication of all our new buildings in the fall. As is pretty well known, the center has taken much longer in its construction than had been anticipated. Naturally, we all regret this very much, but now we can forget our disappointments and delays in the joy of possession. We can agree that the center was indeed well worth waiting for. As we are grateful to you for your patience over the past few months, we ask your forbearance now with any inconvenience that may be caused by the finishing processes taking place in the basement while you dine and mingle socially in the well finished first floor. I know that we can count on your wholehearted cooperation with the dean of students and his resourceful committee in preserving- the spotless appearance of the center, thus keeping it a memorial to be proud of. May I also suggest that while you congratulate yourselves on your good fortune, you do not fail to give thanks to almighty God for His many benefits and commend to Him the soul of Dr. Joseph A. Danna whose princely benefactions to Loyola are commemorated in the naming of the center in his honor. Wishing you many happy memories of your functions in the new building, Andrew C. Smith, S.J. Development Committee Created; Fr. Jolley Named Vice-President The Rev. Homer P. Jolley, S.J., has been named vice-president of the newly-formed University Development committee, announced the Very Rev. Andrew C. Smith, S.J., university president. Father Jolley was formerly chairman of the chemitsry department, and he will retain responsibility for research programs al- ready under his direction. Main concerns involved in this vice-presidency are planning and implementing new programs, expanding the university, and directing fund-raising activities (as chairman of the campus planning committee). associate professor of chemistry, is now the acting chairman of the chemistry department. Father Jolley has been chairman of the department since 1954. He holds his chemistry PhD. from Princeton University and additional degrees from Fordham University, Gonzaga University, St. Charles College, and did post-dcctoral research at the University of Nottingham, England. Dr. Macdonald received her Ph.D. in chemistry from John Hopkins University, and holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of Denver. Before coming to Loyola she had been on the faculty of New Mexico State University, a research chemist with the U.S. Army Chemical Corps, and has done research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. She is currently directing a research study in the Loyola Health Research Center under a $54,000 grant from the office of saline water, U.S. Department of the Interior. REV. H. R. JOLLEY, S.J (Continued on page 2) (Continued on page 3) NOTICE SENIORS Distribution of caps and gowns for graduating seniors is scheduled Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 2-4 p.m. in the robe room of Danna center.The deadline to order graduation invitations is April 30 in the Loyola book store. The seniors are advised to check the bulletin boards for future graduation announcements.
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