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The Loyola Maroon 41st Year Til© "Voice of Loyola sino© 1323 Vol. XLI Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, January 15, 1965 No. 13 Wilson Presents Pharmacy Case Dean of the college of pharmacy, Mr. Louis A. Wi! son, presented Loyola's case for accreditation before the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education in Chicago last week, but declined to comment on what was presented to the board. Mr. Wilson and the Very Reverend Andrew C. Smith, S.J., university president, appeared before a ten-man board Monday, Tues- day and Wednesday. Mr. Wilson said other schools were also considered during those days. Mr. Wilson said that an official statement should be re- leased by Father Smith later. He said Loyola's case for re-accreditation was presented and the request was questioned following the normal procedure for accreditation. Results of the meeting will not be known until a reply is received from the board, he said. The college of pharmacy lost accreditation in the summer of 1964 and is seeking re-accreditation based on recent changes. When the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education completed their investigations the criticism cited the lack of special equipment for research and the shortage of one faculty member. Both situations have been corrected and other steps have been taken to improve the facilities and faculty. Mr. Wilson, previously the assistant dean of the college, has replaced Dr. Edward J. Ireland, who will return to fulltime teaching and research as a faculty member. Grants Aid In Biology Three grants were recently awarded to the department of biology for research worw. A $22,000 grant was made available to the department by the Cancer Association of Greater New Orleans for the purchase of an electron-microscope. This instrument will be used in microbiological and physiological studies on the ultimate particles of the cell which are responsible for the production of pigments and respiratory enzymes. It will also be made available to professors in dentistry, physics and chemistry Also awarded a grant is Dr. Edward J. Feeley, associate professor of biology, who is studying the effects of I.D.U. an antiviral agent, against Friend Virus in mice. The $3,000 grant was awarded to Dr. Feeley by the Cancer Association of Greater New Orleans.Seniors receiving heart grants from the Louisiana Heart Association for particular fields of research are: William P. Hackney, Carmela L. Tardo, Roy F. Cucchiara, Philip D. Rabalais, Hollis W. Tarpy, end Jill A. Wichser. Those seniors awarded both grants and $300 fellowships to support their research are: Jack J. Jacobs, Anne M. Smith, Catherine Perkins, Sheila K. Gottschalk, and Carol Ann Greco. Diaz New Head Of Alumni Assn. Dr. Joseph A. Diaz replaced Dr. Edward Levy as president of the Alumni Association . Chosen to fill the vice-presidency was Charles D. Lancaster. New officers were installed on Sunday morning following the 8:00 Mass at Holy Name chapel. A breakfast for the officers-elect was held afterward in Danna Center. Contemplating... Interested students make their own art critique on one of the 13 paintings by local artist Charles Reinike. The abstract collection, valued at $8000, will be on display in the Danno Center lounge through January 26. The Cultural Committee of the Student Union is sponsoring the exhibit. Reiniks papal exhibition is on display at the 331 Gallery. Spring Semester Staff... New staff for The Maroon are from left to right, Guy Labatut, business manager; Ronnie Virgets, sports editor; Carrol Mc- Bride, managing editor; Oottie Lee, feature editor; Bonnie Fullmer, news editor; and Mary Eckalbar, editor-in-chief. Missing from picture are Joan Treadway, news editor, Emile Lafourcade, desk editor, and Don McCune, staff artist. Dental School Awarded $28,666 Grant- For Undergraduates A $28,666 general research grant has been awarded the school of dentistry by the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, announced the Very Rev. Andrew C. Smith, S.J., university president. The funds will augment faculty and student research studies and, according to Dr. Edward E. Jeansonne, dean of the dental school, "will be used, specifically for undergraduate training, for some graduate training, to stimulate interest in dental studies for research projects, and to recruit other faculty members in the research fields." This research grant, a continuing education course, and the addition of four new dental chairs in the treatment room will aid the university in maintaining its standards as an accredited school of dentistry. The dental school was placed in the American Dental Association's "provisionally approved" category and is working to make the improvements recommended by ADA officials.Aside from this aid for dental research and study, a continuing education course in Periodontics, the study of supporting structure of the teeth, will be offered by the dental school to bring the dentists in this area up to date on the subject.The course, open to dentists in private practice and several selected dental students, will be presented by Dr. M. N. Wilderman, associate professor of Periodontology, January 30-31 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Dr. Wilderman believes that the New Orleans area has been neglected in the past and hopes that this course will "increase the knowledge of periodontics and its application in everyday life." This course is being offered as a service to the community and is the first of its kind in three years. It will be held in four series. The Academy of General Dentistry, dedicated to the continuing education of dentists, has recognized it as an accredited course for its members. FRANCIS PATRIQUIN, A&S sophomore, was elected president of the Loyola Student Democratic Association at a special meeting Monday. He replaces Kathy Barrett, A&S junior. Reinike Paintings Shown In Center Thirteen abstracts done in water color by New Orleans' artist Charles Reinike will be on display in the Danna Center lounge through January 26. The exhibit, which opened Tuesday, is presented by the Cultural Committee of the Student Union. Reinike, well known New Orleans artist, graduated from the Graham School of Art and the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. Law Wives Elect Pres. Carol Morris Mrs. Carol Morris was elected president of the Loyola Law Wives, according to the moderator, John McAulay. Other officers are: Mrs. Janet Zelden, vice-president; Mrs. Joyce Friedman, secretarytreasurer; Mrs. Catherine Boyd, corresponding secretary. Founded in September, 1962, the organization's purpose is to have the wives of Loyola law students meet each other and learn more about their husband's future professions. Besides meetings and occasional socials, the organization will feature a law graduate's wife as a guest speaker every month. A sherry party honoring the newly elected and the outgoing officers will be held Thursday evening, January 28, beginning at 7:30 at 1737 Prytania st. The outgoing officers are: Mrs. Caroline Kitchen, president; Mrs. Ruby Krasinoff, vice-president; Mrs. Judy Muller, secretary; and Mrs. Lois Kiefier, treasurer. NSF Awards Science Grant For Institute A grant of $39,626 for a summer institute in chemistry for secondary school teachers has been awarded to the department of chemistry by the National Science Foundation. Applications are being accepted for the institute which offers methods of teaching advanced placement courses in high school chemistry. It will be held at Loyola from June 21 to August 13. Thirty participants from the United States and abroad will be chosen. They will receive stipends of up to $600, travel allowances and dependency allowances for four, and on-campus housing. Full-time faculty will include Dr. Mary Hope Mac Donald, institute director and chairman of Loyola's chemistry department; Dr. George H. Splittgerber, professor of chemistry at Colorado State university; and Kermit Wain, advnaced placement chemistry teacher at Jefferson high school, Denver. Guest lecturers are Dr. Basil G. Anex, Yale university; Dr. Donald B. Summers, East Alton high school, Godfrey, 111.; and Elbert C. Weaver, a pioneer of the advanced placement program. Applicants may obtain further information by contacting Dr. Mac Donald. Dean Discusses European Music Dr. Peter Hansen, dean of the school of music at Newcomb college, spoke on music in Europe Thursday night in Danna Center at the New Orleans Music Teachers Association program. Also featured on the program were Antoinette Armbruster, music freshman, Mary Jo Butler, music senior, and Matthew Lanius, music senior. Among the selections played were those of Haydn, Brahms, Chopin and Prokofiev. Dean Michael Carubba, of the music school and Mrs. Janet Martin, faculty member were program chairmen. One Staff, New Policy On Maroon Maroon editors for the spring semester were recently announced by Dr. Mark D. Home, chairman of the department of journalism. Editor-in-chief is Mary Eckalbar, journalism junior. Others on the staff are Carrol Mcßride, journalism junior, managing editor; Bonnie Fullmer, journalism junior, and Joan Treadway, English senior, news editors; Dottie Lee, journalism sophomore, feature editor; Ronnie Virgets, journalism senior, sports editor; Emile Lafourcade, journalism senior, desk editor; Guy Labatut, journalism freshman, business manager; and Don McCune, physics senior, staff artist. The Maroon will be published by the same staff each week instead of by alternate staffs as it has been in the past, said Dr. Home. Mcßride and Miss Eckalbar were alternate editors during the fall semester. In addition to Previews & Reviews, Lafourcade, and On the Virg, Virgets, readers will find two new columns in The Maroon next semester. Dottie Lee will tackle a "what's-happening-on-campus(es)" column, and Ken Aldinger, pre-law freshman, will handle a personalities column called THEM, (See page 3). The Maroon also hopes to revive a faculty viewpoint series which appeared several years ago. Deans Post Fall Exam Schedules Final examinations for the fall semester will begin Saturday, January 16 and terminate Tuesday, January 26 for the college of business administration. Finals for the college of arts and science will begin Monday, January 18 and terminate Wednesday, January 27. The exam schedules were announced by Dean Henry Engler, dean of the college of business administration and the Rev. Edward A. Doyle, S.J., dean of the college of arts and science. There will be a two dollar fee for exams not taken at the prescribed time. Students must have such exams cleared thru the respective dean. COLLEGE OF BA Saturday, January 16: 8:00- 12:00, acc. 105 A&S, 205, 305; 9:00-11:00, acc. 203 A; 1:0-0 5:00, acc. 105 C&D, accounting 323. Monday, January 18; 11:00- 1:00, economics 321 A, B, C; 2:00-4:00, economics 201 A B, C, D. Tuesday, January 29s accounting 317; 11:00-1:00, BA 105 B, C. Wednesday, January 20: 2:00-4:00, BA 210 A, B, C. Thursday, January 21: 8:00- 10:00, BA 305 A, B, C. Friday, January 22: 11:00- 1:00, management 346 A&B. I no r» AA Lecture Topic: Crime Detection Dr. Mary L. Willard, professor of chemi*try at Pennsylvania State university, will speak on "Criminalistics" at the January meeting of the Louisiana Section, American Chemical Society in Da nna Center at 8 p.m. tonight.The talk is open to the public and members of the New Orleans police department have been invited to attend.Professor Willard, a technical consultant on many criminal investigations, will illustrate how the use of modern instrument* has aided in the solution of crime. The speaker is the author of numerous papers in the fields of chemical microscopy, optical crystallography, and scientific crime detection.Saturday, January 23: 2:00- (See EXAMS, page 2) Miss Wolf Nomination! for Miss Wolf 1965 are to be banded in no later than today to Ardley Hanneman, Wolf editor. The five finalist* for tbi* year'* Mi** Wolf conte»t will be announced in the nest Maroon.
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