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The Loyola Maroon 41st Year Vol. XLI Tlie Voioe of Loyola, since 1923 Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, November 6, 1964 No. 7 TEK BASSHAM KATHIE PEARSE CAROLE CHANDLER MARGARET CLOUTIER GAIL RICHARDS LINDA ROSE DIANNA HOLT MARY ANN STERCK LAURALEE HORIL MARY TUCKER KIT LONERGAN NANCY YATES Berrigan Gang Off Again College Bowlers... Loyola's College Bowl team emerged as conquering heroes again by defeating Alma college last week for a third win in the TV classic and will face Queen's college Sunday at 4:30 p.m. on channel 6. Their success marks the first time that any university or college in Louisiana has advanced this far. Our neighbors from LSU and Tulane both were defeated in their opening games. A pep rally sponsored by the Student Council and the Student Union will be held today at noon in Danna center to boost the team on for a fourth victory. All through the summer months and twice a week since classes have started, the four members of Loyola's college bowl team, Tom Sartory, team captain, Carmella Tardo, John Fitzmorris, and Walter Sagrera have been prodigiously studying various assigned subjects in the arts and sciences in preparation for this year's College Bowl. Dr. Joseph Berrigan and other members of Loyola's faculty, in the past few weeks, have been cramming every scrap of information possible into the team members' heads. ALL THIS hard work again paid off as "Berrigan's boys and Carmella" brought home another victory to Loyola, this Confering with their coach Dr. Joseph Berrigan are Loyola College Bowl team members Tom Sartory, captain, John Fitzmorris, Carmella Tardo, and Walter Sagrera. The team's time defeating Alma college by a score of 230-135. Fitzmorris put Loyola in the lead by promptly answering moderator Robert Earle's first question. After that Loyola stayed in front and did not relinquish its lead once throughout the whole game. The score at the half was 135-35. Inexperience visibly hurt Alma in the first half. The Alma team, composed of Ann Dempster, Detroit; Jerry Smith, Nashville; Lloyd MaCaskill, Detroit; and Edward Garrison, opponent this week is Queen's college of New York City. The match will be over NBC-TV, 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Huntington, W. Va., was very slow in pressing the buzzer throughout the first half. ALMA, HOWEVER, did give Loyola fans a slight scare. During the early stages of the second half, the Alma team closed the gap to 160-105. But Sagrera then answered three questions in succession to put the game on ice. Sartory said that "the team was confident but not over confident." One reason for this may have been the practice session before the game. In the practice sessions, the team as usual didn't fare too well, winning two games and losing two games. THIS WEEK Loyola's opponent will be Queen's college. Dr. Berrigan feels that this week's opponents will be very tough. Dr. Berrigan said that "if we win this week, we should Memben of the univern tjr's College Bowl team will be bolstered by a pep rally sponsored by the Student Council and Student Union at noon today in the Danna center lounge. Each team member will give a short speech for the occasion. Music will be provided by student musicians, and the new cheerleaders will be performing for the first time. have no problem in winning the following week and retiring as undefeated champions." Loyola's final opponent should they win Sunday would be San Diego State. Loyola's college bowl team has now won $4,500 in scholarship grants. While in New York, the team got a chance to po out and see the Broadway play, "Mary- Mary." The rest of the time was spent in preparing for the contest against Alma. An enthusiastic crowd of well-wishers again greeted the team when they arrived at Moisant airport early Monday morning. CALENDAR OF EVENTS Friday, November 6 College Bowl pep rally, Danna center. TGIF party, a la carte dining room, 3:30 to 5:30. Saturday and Sunday, November 7 and 8 Frosh retreat for in-town male students, Marquette auditorium, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, November 8 Loyola meets Queen's College, NBC College Bowl, 4:30 p.m., Channel 6. Open House for Tulane and LSU Student Union board of governors. Monday and Tuesday, November 9 and 10 Final balloting for Campus Court, entrance of Danna center. Monday through Thursday, November 9 through 12 Wolf pictures, room 2C, Danna center. Tuesday, November 10 Latin American Guitar and Piano group in Danna center lounge, noon. Father Fichter To Assume Harvard Post The Rev. Joseph H. Fichter, S.J., former chairman of the department of sociology, will join the faculty of Harvard university next fall, it was announced recently. Father Fichter will assume the duties of the Charles Chauncey Stillman Guest Professor of Roman Catholic Theology Studies. The post is designed to attract to Harvard distinguished scholars and teachers who can contribute, within the work of the Protestant-oriented Harvard Divinity School, a wider understanding of the theology and closely related studies of the Roman Catholic Church. He will teach at the Harvard Divinity school, where his studies of both Catholic and Protestant parish life will help future ministers understand the Christian community. He has also made comparative studies of the Catholic priesthood, the Protestant ministry, and the Jewish rabbinate. Born in Union City, New Jersey, in 1908, Father Fichter received his A.B. degree from St. Louis university in 1935 and his M.A. from Harvard in 1939. Entering the Jesuit order in 1940 he was ordained in 1942, and completed his doctoral studiesstudies at Harvard in 1947. As Stillman Guest Professor, he will follow a priest of the Dominican order, Roland-Marie-Etienne Guerin de Vaux, director of Ecole Biblique in Jerusalem. Some of Father Fichters literary works include "Southern Parish," "Social Relations in the Urban Parish," "Parochial School," and "Religion as an Occupation." Events Begin Dec. 6 Wolf Pictures Homecoming Homecoming Week commences Sunday, December 6, with the traditional Alumni Mass in Holy Name church followed by a breakfast in the main dining room of Danna center. Social fraternities and sororities held a drawing to decide which organizations would unite in a joint effort to make homecoming .^^^^___________ decorations. Results of the drawing place ÜBL and Tri Phi in the horseshoe; ADG and Tri Sigma in front of Cummings hall; SAK and TPA on the Tulane side of the fieldhouse and Beggars and KBG on the Calhoun st. side of the fieldhouse. The dedication of three new buildings, Danna eenter, Biever hall, and the Blenke utilities building, will be featured among this year's activities. Archbishop John Patrick Cody will bless the three buildings. Dr. Edward E. Levy, 1947 alumnus, has been named homecoming chairman. Calendar of homecoming activities include: Mass and breakfast, 8:30 a.m., Holy Name church; dedication of new buildings, 5:30 p.m.; genearl reunion and reception, 6-8 p.m., Danna center, Sunday; 50th anniversary convocation, 11 a.m., fieldhouse, Monday; Blue Key Talent Nite, 8 p.m., Tuesday; annual luncheon, noon, Roosevelt hotel; homecoming game, Loyola vs. Tulsa, 8 p.m., fieldhouse, Thursday; and the Homecoming Ball, 9 p.m., Danna center, Friday. Pictures for Ike Wolf annual are being taken this week through Thursday, November 12 in room 2C of Danna center. Pictures now may be taken without appointment, according to Ardley Hanemann. Wolf editor. Students should hare made appointments during the past three weeks as announced in The Maroon. It will not be necessary for faculty members to have their picture taken again this year. However, new faculty members and those who wish to have new pictures may come to room 2C for a sitting at their convenience. All men are requested to wear a coat and tie for their sitting. Students should bring the stub given them when they made their appointments to aid the photographer and speed up the picture taking. Court Nominees Up Twelve semi-finalists were selected in campus court nominations last Monday and Tuesday. Nominees are: Tek Bassham, Carole Chandler, Margaret Cloutier, A&S juniors; Dianna Holt, BA senior; Lauralee Horil, BA sophomore; "Kitten" Longeran, Kathie Pearse, Gail Richards, BA juniors; Linda Rose, A&S junior; Mary Ann Sterck, A&S sophomore; Mary Tucker, BA senior; and Nancy Yates, BA sophomore. Final balloting will take place this Monday and Tuesday at the entrance to Danna center. Campus court queen will be the woman from the junior or senior class receiving the most votes. The next five receiving the highest number of votes will comprise the court. For a student's ballot to be validated, he must list six candidates in the order of preference. The votes will then be counted on a point system. The nominee first on the ballot will receive 10 points; the second, nine; etc. The queen and her court will be presented at Blue Key Talent Night, December 8 in the Fieldhouse. She will also reign over Homecoming Week and various other university functions. Frosh Vote Straight; Final Balloting Today By DAN KENNY Freshman class nominations were held last week and the voting produced some surprising results. The final balloting takes place today from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the quadrangle. In a rare occurrence, A&S freshmen voted straight party tickets in nominating the candidates of STAAP (Spirit Through Activity And Participation) and the FROGS (For Representative Organized Governmental STAAP candidates are Armando C h a p e 1 1 i, president; president; Skip White, vicepresident; Mary Fiser, secretary; Ed Mattingly, treasurer. FROG's hopefuls are Don Hagans, president; Pat McNamara, vice-president; Suzanne Leßon, secretary; Mike Dorsey, treasurer. THE NARROWEST margin of victory occurred in the race for the office of president. Hagans led with 80 votes and Cha- running on the New Student Movement ticket, 63 to 57. A runoff was not necessary to decide the posts of president and vice-president in the BA balloting, where Edgar Schmidt and Bill Dooley captured a majority of the votes. Schmidt garnered 53 of 89 votes cast while Dooley was chosen on 46 of 88 ballots. STILL IN the running for BA secretary are Lindalee Horil, 34 votes and Charlotte Joint, 25 votes. The runoffs for treasurer is between Ted Adams, 32 votes and Richard Troendle, 27 votes. The school of music elected Judy Baron, president; Bill Delbert, vice-president; Genevieve DelGallo, secretary; and Joe Dupree, treasurer. THE PERCENTAGE of freshmen who voted was outstanding in BA where 96 out of 102 eligible voters cast ballots. This figure, according to Larry Daves, BA sophomore and chairman of the election committee of the Student Council, was a new high. There was a 77 'C turnout in the A&S voting and Daves was pleased with the election as a whole. "The high percentage of voters and the enthusiasm shown by both the candidates and the students during the campaign was an encouraging sign of an increase in spirit for the Class of '68," was Daves' comment on the results.
|Masthead||The Maroon Vol. 41 No. 7|
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