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The Loyola Maroon Vol. XLI Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, February 19, 1965 No. 16 Miss Janie Maher Named Frosh Sweetheart "I'm so excited; I can't believe it," said the new Freshman Sweetheart, petite and perky Jane Maher, upon her election. She first heard the results of the contest about five minutes before the court went out to be presented. She was advised not to cry and not to laugh, and was so surprised herself, that she said she didn't know what to do. Jane is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Maher of 267 Brockenbraugh Court, Metairie. Her parents were told when Jane's date, a member of the freshman committee, came to get her, but everyone managed to keep the secret from Jane until the last moment. THE DARK-EYED 18-year-old coed switched, this semester, from secondary education to business administration. Her competitors, the four other finalists in the contest were Sue Breaud and Diane David of A&S, and Lindalee Horil and Charlotte Joint of BA. Balloting was held last Thursday and Friday from 11 to 2 outside of Danna Center. The net profit from the Cotillion was $135.00. Jane's on campus activities include LSL service sorority and the Wolfettes. Athletically-inclined, she is interested in sports and loves to swim. During the summer, she coaches a swimming team. She was also on the powder puff football team. LIKE EVERY newly-elected sweetheart, Jane said she was thrilled over how nice people had been to her She said she had received a lot of flowers and long distance calls from out-of-town friends. Jane graduated from Dominican high school in New Orleans where she was a class officer for three years, a member of the pep squad, and in a class play. The Sweetheart Cotillion is an annual event staged each year in February by the freshmen class. This year it was held in the Danna Center from 9 to 1 last Friday. Music was provided by Deacon John and the Ivories and Benny Spellman. FRESHMAN SWEETHEART JANIE MAHER Self-Study 'Favorably Accepted' Loyola received word recently from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools that the university's institutional self-study made last year has been favorably accepted.In a letter to the Very Rev. Andrew C. Smith, S.J., Loyola president, Gordon W. Sweet, executive secretary of the association, said the university "is to be congratulated on having completed the institutional self-study and periodic visitation program satisfactorily."The 18-month self-study was conducted by the faculty under the direction of Dr. G. Ralph Smith, then associate professor of management and later named professor of management and assistant dean of the college of business administration.A total of 12 faculty com- OFFICERS Dr. Rudolf Coper *«i elected president of the faculty council Wednesday in the Danna Center. Other officer* are: Dr. L. L. Bourgeois, vice-president, and the Rev. F. A. Benedetto, secretary. The faculty organ consists of 24 men, representative of every college. A unit independent of administration, it is able to initiate proposals to the administration on subjects which affect the academic situation. mittees delved into all aspects of the institution, including goals and objectives, curricula, library, faculty, finances, research, student personnel, physical plant, special activities, graduate schools, organization, editorial and campus planning. At the completion of the study, the university was visited by a team of educators representing the Southern association and headed by Dr. Donald Agnew, immediate past president of Oglethorpe university. Students, Fatuity Stage Sit-In By DOTTIE LEE Phillip's Challenged Mr. John Joerg, instructor in English, and Mr. Howard Smith, faculty member at Tulane university, with about 24 students, all members of the "Students For Integration" (SFI) organization staged a sit-in demonstration Tuesday afternoon at Phillip's Restaurant, 7438 Maple St. The SFI, composed of students from Loyola, Tulane, Dillard, LSUNO, and Xavier, was formed from an integrated group that attended a Liberal Club lecture at Tulane. After the lecture, ~~~ approximately 12 of the students went to Phillip's and were refused service. They, then, organized their group to promote civil rights. MR. JOERG became interested in the group when one of the members of SFI, Kathy Barrett, A&S junior at Loyola, mentioned that they were going to have a demonstration. "I am interested in integration so I joined the group," he said. "Phillips's is our main project at present. Now, that Mardi Gras is coming, we're going to speed up activities." Of this latest demonstration, Mr. Joerg explained what happened. "Tuesday at 4 o'clock, we walked in Phillip's, sat down and waited to be served. Mrs. Phillip immediately asked us to leave. (There were 13 Negroes in the group.) She asked Adam Weber (A&S senior and a Negro) for his membership card. He showed her one that he had obtained from a football player. Knowing this, she took it from him and tore it up, scratching at his hand. One of the waiters came over and grabbed Weber by the ear. "I asked her for an anchovy pizza; she wanted to see my card. I gave it to her and she tore it up, too," said Mr. Joerg. "She then went to call her lawyer and the police, who came and interviewed her with a tape recorder and questioned the students involved. "THE OFFICERS said that according to the Civil Rights Ate, we had a right to stay just as she had a right not to serve us. However, we would have to leave if she closed. She did so. We left after the last customer."Meanwhile, there were pickets going on during this time outside of the building and they continued after the restaurant was closed, Mr. Joerg said, to insure that Mrs. Phillip would not open up again. "All we wanted to do is was integrate the place," he stated. Upon leaving Phillip's, the group went to the Frost-Top at Louisiana and St. Charles and were served without incident.Phillip's restaurant was the scene of a previous demonstration and controversy when the proprietor, Mrs. Rose Phillips, refused to integrate her establishment. As a result, she turned it into a private club with a $5 per annum membership available only to white patrons. Channel 12 television covered the demonstration Tuesday and telecast it on the evening news. Beautification Project ... Members of Tri Beta, honorary biology society, have started a campaign to beautify the campus landscape and have literally taken shovel in hand. Already 24 trees have been planted; bordering the drill field and the area between Danna Center and Bobet hall. Seen anchoring the trees are, in the foreground, Carol Morse, Gary Carroll and Ronny Faust. In the background are Joe Garcia-Prats, Phil Rabalais and Kathy Triche. To lend financial aid to the project, Tri Beta is asking for contributions from individuals and organizations. 'Dogman' To Come Rufus Thomas, one of the nation's top recording artists, will appear at Loyola's Intercollegiate Dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., Friday in the Danna Center. The combination dance and special show sponsored by Loyola's student union will cost $5 per couple, and the dress will be coat and tie. Big plans have been made for a night full of entertainment by the committee, said Frank Uddo, chairman. Thomas, otherwise known as "Dogman" Thomas, has rated as the third top in record sales for his recordings such as "Jump Back Baby," which has stayed on top for four weeks, and four preceding top-sellers, "Th e Dog," "Can You Monkey," "Do the Dog," and "Walking the Dog." Chemistry Dept. Awarded Grant The department of chemistry has been awarded a $10,- 435 grant from the National Science Foundation for a summer science training program for high school students. Dr. Mary Hope Mac Donald, acting chairman of the chemistry department, is director for the insitute, which offers courses in chemistry designed for the superior high school student. The program will last from June 14 to August 6. It includes lectures and lab, with emphasis on the interdependency of chemistry, physics, and mathematics. Twenty-five students from the U.S. and abroad will be accepted. "This institute gives students an opportunity to advance their scientific knowledge by living on a university campus, being taught by university professors, and observing the research that is going on," said Dr. Mac Donald. Public Housing Experts To Talk Three experts on public housing will address students at the Inter-American Center Sunday at 9 a.m. Speakers scheduled for the morning seminar are Harold Robinson of the Regular Housing and Urban Development Bureau of the Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C.; Louis Demestre, New Orleans director of the Federal Housing Administration, and William Collins, regional director of the Housing and Home Finance Agency. They will expalin the theory of public housing and introduce students to financial techniques regarding the construction of homes. Don't Miss It It's going to be the students vs. the faculty Tuesday night at 7:45 in the fieldhouse, in what promises to be "The" basketball game of the year. Tri Sigma is tponsoring it and all proceeds are going to the Ceylon Mission drive. For more information see the sports page. 139 Make A&S Dean's List, 27 Students Achieve 4.0 One hundred and thirty-nine students have made the Dean's list in the colege of arts and sciences, with 27 students achieving a perfect 4.0 average. Requirements are a 3.5 or better quality point average for the fall semester 1964 and a minimum of 12 semester hours carried. — According to classifications there are 62 seniors, 32 juniors, 27 sophomores, and 18 freshmen on the list. # SENIORS Seniors are: Carol R. Alexander, Mother Carmen Altuna. F. 1., Judith M. Avegno, Carolyn D. Barker, Michael F. Barry, Mother Begona Bilboa, F. 1., Lisa Boepple Blessing, Barbara A. Bohn, Rosary E. Brandt, Donna Lee Breen, Helen Genovese Brown, Linda M. Capdeville, Mary Witte Clark, Wayne Cruthirds, Charmaine R. Currault, Roger Dallam. Ethel C. Damare, Lorraine V. Davis, Wanda M. Deimel, Constance Dolese, Barbara A. Duffy, John D. Fitzmorris, Jr., Wanda A. Garcia, Sr. Augusta Marie Gennusa, O.Carm., Linda A. Gernon, Jane Mary Gisevius, Judith A. Gonalez, Carol A. Greco, Cheryl E. G'sell. Anita E. Hamann, Frederick A. Hosch, Susan Layman. Mary Ellen Lenfant, Lynne Li Rocchi, Theresa R. Mascaro, Lynn Matherne. Mary K. Mcßrearty, Frederick C. Memleb, Jr.. Marie Eliska Moore. Rita A. Ne- Smith, Lynne O'Brien, Mother Teresa Orbegozo. F. 1., John H. Pearson. Cherry L. Pepper, Nancy L. Perich, Janice M. Perilloux, Jeanne Prados, Mary Christian Reed. William B. Robinson. Ethel Mac Rodriguez. Roessler, Donald J. Sasser, Linda E. Schreiner, Kay M. Sliman, Carmela L. Tardo. Ann Trahan, Joan E. Treadway, John E. Unsworth, Jr.. Judy Ann Vicknair. Jane Martin Wade. Carol A. Wagner, and Patricia A. Wegmann.• JUNIORS Juniors are: James N. Breaux, William M. Broderick. Gary F. Carroll, Brabara Clay. Ann Mary Costello, Michael Bethune Davis, Dennis Diecideu. Joann P. Doody, Julie A. Fitte, Camille Graugnard, Dianne L. Griffon. Kathleen E. Hogan. Kathleen M. Kozeny, Thomas R. Lacour, Janet L. Mathner. Dwight Merkl, Sheila A. Molligan, George B. Morris. 111, Melodve M. Moulton. Roberta A. Oubre, Sheila G. Palmisano, Jav Cee Pigg. BA Names 51 To Dean's List Fifty-one students in the college of business administration were placed on the dean's list for having earned a quality point average of 3.0 or better for the fall semester. According to statistics, there are nine seniors, three juniors, 12 sophomores, and 27 freshmen on the list. # SENIORS Martha Behrena, Robert Bentel, John Gebrian, Joan Gisevius, Wayne Pietri, Richard J. Robinson, Alvin Roussell, Bernard Slutsky, Mary Tucker. # JUNIORS Luis Dominguez, June Glas, William Harris. # SOPHOMORES Thomas Blasi, Carl Ciaccio. Monica CumminKs, Lawrence De Marcay, Sara Droppelman. Lauralee Horil, Terrance P. Leach, Steven Otto Medo, Louis Joseph Meyer, Mary Jane Moloney, Dorothy Rodi. Nancy Yates. # FRESHMEN Gail Albritton, Paul Bouthilet, Jocelyn Develle, James Doherty, Patricia Donahue. Ivan Foley. John Robert Gardiner. Leslie Gueydan, Sidney Prieur Harper. Fred Hartman, John Charles Horan. Lindalee Horil. Suzanne Hrapmann, Samuel M. Hunter. Charlotte Joint, Mark Kapilla, Julian Le Saicherre, William Mc- Sweeney. Howard G. Maestri. Thomas Manilla, Marlene Mouledous, Robert Fred Pfetin. Merlene Prenger, Joseph Prieur, Clifford Henrv Remm, Edgar V. Schafer, George Troxell. (See DEAN'S LIST, patre 3) Calendar Of Events FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19 APO film series, "The Great Escape," Marquette auditorium, 7:30 p.m. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Retreat, Danna Center, rooms 2-A-B-C, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., also Sunday. Girls' Intramural Invitational Basketball Tourney, fieldhouse, all day. Loyola vs. Memphis State university, away. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21 College of music performance, Marquette auditorium, 3-6 p.m. Phi Phi Phi Soiree, Your Father's Moustache, 4-7 p.m.
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