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The Loyola Maroon Vol. XLH Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, November 5, 1965 No. 5 Talent Nite Acts Chosen Acts selected to appear in Blue Key's 28th Annual Talent Nite have been announced by Kenneth F. Sills, general chairman of the event. The show, which is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 7, in the Loyola fieldhouse, will feature 16 acts in three categories: individual, group, and variety competition. In individual competition six acts were selected. Joan M. Bouise, a senior in the college of music, will sing a jazz vocal called "When I Fall in Love." Harvey Colombo, A&S freshman, will play a classical accordion solo. BA sophomore Connie Fischer plans to sing a musical comedy song from "Guys and Dolls." A dramatic presentation, "Eugene Herman Talmedge," is planned by Gene Flusche, a freshman in the college of music. Dentistry school senior C. Palmer Jarrell, Jr., will sing "If Ever I Would Leave You." Jeannette Theriot, A&S senior, will perform as a soprano but has not yet announced what she will sing. In group competition five acts were chosen. Two groups of folk singers made the Program. One group is composed of Cathy Bienvenu and Lucette Guagnano, both juniors in A&S. The other which intends to perform "modern" folk songs is made up of Richard Groff, Genevieve Del Gallo, and Richard Mercer. A rock and roll band called Mogen David and the Grapes of Wrath numbers Bill Krummel, Jim Delhom, Pat Conner, Chuck Yost and Eddie Miranne among its members. Phi Phi Phi sorority has entered a choral group which will sing "I Am An American," and 11 students from the college of music have put together a jazz vocal group called The Out Crowd. Five acts also were selected in variety competition. Beggars fraternity will do a parody on James Bond and the Beatles. The Med Techs have a dance routine, "Town and Country," planned. Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority has got up a dance and pantomime called "Hernando's Hideaway." "Once Upon a Temptation," a musical satire will be Theta Phi Alpha's contribution, while U ps i 1 on Beta Lambda fraternity plans a comedy skit, "Westside Worries."Proceeds from the show will go to the Campus Improvement Fund. Acts Chosen . . . Shown above is a scene from last year's ADG Blue Key Talent Nite skit. Auditions for this year's show have been held and the names of all acts have been announced. Now the long hours of work necessary to make a winning act will begin by all those chosen to perform in the annual competition. The show is comprised of all varieties of talent ranging from back to just plain humor found in the skit competition. Talent Nite is the university's opportunity to present to the students and public the wide range of talent present on the Loyola campus. Three divisions of talent, individual, group and skit, are judged by a panel of authorities. This year's show is scheduled for the night of Dec. 7 and should provide a good evening of entertainment for young and old. Who's Who Names 35 Thirty-five Loyola students have been selected on the roll of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Nominated by their respective deans, the students were chosen on the basis of scholarship and all-around achievement, general contributions to the university, potential and extracurricular activities. The college of arts and sciences led the list with 17 selected.selected. These students are Tekla Bassham, Gary Carroll, Ann Cassagne, Michael Davis, A r d 1 e y Hanemann, Edward Hardin, Mary Joe Krieger, Charles McShane, Judith Ann Murphy, Brian O'Callaghan, William Peters, Jay C. Pigg, Jr., Patricia Ruckert, Denise Anne Schoen, Barbara Sedlacek, Robert Tarpy, and Lynda Ann Willoz. Seven were chosen from the college of business administration:administration: Margaret Cloutier, Roscoe Douglas 111, Peter Jaramillo, Kathleen McGoey, Joseph Murphy, Jr., Karen Perrier, and Joseph Vizzini. Justin Ansel, Pierre Daboval, and Ronald Hebert were selected from the dental school, while Morris Stephens and Terry Tortorich were chosen from the school of music. The four picked from the law school include John Brooks, Robert Perez, KatherineKatherine Schwab, and Robert Homes. Merle Watermeier and Dorothy Wright were selected from Loyola's evening division. Wolf Picture Dates Set See Page 3 For Information Calendar Of Events FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5 Interview; Humble Oil Co. APO movie; Marquette auditorium; 8 P.M. Women's Intramural Softball; Holy Name; 4-6 P.M. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6 Movie. Blue Key Orientation for freshman for Student Government; Danna 2ABC; 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Women's Instra. S'ball. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8 College of Music Faculty Recital; Marquette auditorium; public invited; admission free; 8:30-11 P.M. Interview; Air Force; Danna lobby; 9 A.M.-5 P.M. Interview; Arthur Anderson Co.; 2A; 9 A.M.-4 P.M. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Student Council meeting; Danna; 5:30. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10 Interview; Central Louisiana Electric Co.; 2A; 9 to 4. Crisis to Crisis . . . "South Viet Nam" is the topic of the second four-part film series to be present to the student body. Ambush to ambush, crisis to crisis, South Viet Nam is seemingly an endless circle. The lecture provides an on-thescene observation by Kenneth Armstrong, who gives a keen insight of the people, the leaders, history, religion and customs of this highly publized country in crisis. Admission is free to students with ID cards and will be presented in Holy Name of Jesus auditorium Nov. 13 at 8 p.m. Plea From Viet Nam For the past three years, I was an assistant professor of military science at Loyola university. This military assignment was pleasant, since New Orleans is my home. I graduated from St. Aloysius in 1952 and Loyola in 1956. In September, like you, I was experiencing the terror and aftermath of Hurricane Betsy. The | destruction of property and plight of her victims I at that time seemed incomprehensible. I was f thankful I did not have to care for their needs. I Today, lam faced with a new kind of terror, with new victims, whose plight is even more difficult to comprehend. However, the greatest difference to me, is that now I must care for their needs. As the senior of five Americans, I am counter- I part of the District Chief, in the District of Due | Pho, Viet Nam. Together, we are responsible for I the lives of about 100,000 people in an area the I size of East Jefferson. We will never see most of ■ the area or the people, because they are con- I trolled by the Viet Cong. In our "barbed wire 1 island," three square miles in size, live some I 10,000 persons. Many are refugees from the VC, 1 or survivors of their victims. THE MILITARY SITUATION is one for which I I am prepared, as I am a professional soldier. I But the role of civil administrator to 10,000 I frightened homeless refugees is a new challenge 1 for me. Their needs are so similar, yet are so much greater in magnitude to the needs of the \ hurricane refugees. I can accomplish a great deal with the aid of materials supplied by the U. S. Agency for International Development through \ USOM. I have given the children dry milk, and I soon hope to build a school. I am also distributing basic medical supplies. There are two serious needs I cannot fill in the near future. One is clothing for the children. Many infants are naked; youths usually have a shirt and pants. Shoes are unnecessary in this tropical climate thus they are unknown. The other need is for soap. A local supply is \ non-existent. Bathing is done in the rain, from contaminated wells, or stagnant pools. The use [ of soap could prevent countless boils, infections | and abscesses on these unfortunate children. To fill these needs, I plan to appeal to my friends in the New Orleans area. My goal is 10,000 bars of soap and 10,000 sets of used child- I ren's clothing. I am seeking individual gifts, as small as one bar of soap. MONETARY GIFTS, although not specifically I sought, will be well spent. My first appeal went to my parish of St. Lawrence the Martyr. They obviously cannot fill my goal, so I am appealing to the readers of the Maroon. Specifically, this is what I ask: Please mail me one bar of soap and one set of children's clothes to: Capt. Ronald F. Rod, 074469 Advisory Team No. 2 APO San Francisco 96260 Gifts mailed to me now, will arrive in time for Christmas. I hope you can find space in your paper to publish my appeal. I Thank you, Ronald E. Rod Thirty-six Candidates Sign For Freshman Elections Thirty-six candidates, representing Loy o 1 a's three undergraduate colleges, have registered for freshman elections to be held Nov. 15 and 16. The candidates are competing for positions on the freshman committee which holds one vote on the Student Council. Four class officers, president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, are to be elected from each c ollege and the twelve victors will constitute the freshman committee. This committee will then elect its own president, vice-president, secretary and treasures. The president of the freshman committee will also preside as president of the freshman class. The candidates: Art« and sciences—president: John Wieman, George Lundy, Patrick May, Vincent Sachar; vice president: Stephen A. Rapp, Jules C. Devrais, Roger Larue, Jack Stout; secretary: Karla Vuilliet, Hilda Korner, Susan Schoen, Hope Sewell; treasurer: Francis Vitas, Steve J. Colletta, Dnnis Butler, Tony Kopera.Bmi ness administration— president: Ashton R. O'Dwyer, Thomas White, Martin Anthony Huebener; vice-president: Bernard A rg h i e re, Jean Prat, Lawrence J. Leßon III; secretary: Helen Baffes, Janet Anne Lemarie, Don Carlson; treasurer: RoAnn Ward, Thomas Walsh, Leonard H. Aucoin. Mmic school—president: Gene Flusche, Arthur Hardy; vice-president: Janice Atkinson, Cheryl Durand; secretary: Raymond Tammetta, C. M. Brent, Jr.; treasurer: Palmela Wright, Karen Yeratich.The immediate duties of the committee, according to Jeannie Conner, A&S senior and chairman of the elections committee, are to conduct the freshman sweetheart elections and to organize the freshman sweetheart cotillion which is scheduled for February of next year. In addition to these basic duties, the freshman committee is also involved in much other work, thereby gaining invaluable experience for future work as representatives of their class on the Student Council.
|Masthead||The Maroon Vol. 42 No. 5|
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