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The Loyola Maroon Vol. XLII Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, November 12, 1965 No. 6 SPONSORS... -H 3C C\ — ?D t/D m -C m ROTC Elects Eight Company Representatives Company sponsors for the eight ROTC companies have been elected and along with Little Colonel Tek Brassham will be formally presented at the annual Military ball to be held Nov. 19. The sponsors, chosen in the Oct. 28, election by the cadets are Mary Anne Sterck, Pershing Rifles; Bobby Oubre, Rangers; Judy Witcher, AUSA; Gail Richards, A Company; Karen Richard, A Company Kathie Pearse, D Company; Margaret Cloutier, B Company; Karen Richard, Band; Paula Waddle, Scabbard and Blade. The coeds will be given honorary ranks equal to those of their unit commanders and will represent the companies at social functions or whenever the "feminine touch" is needed. Blonde senior Margaret Cloutier, representing B company was recently elected '65 Campus Queen. Hailing from Natchitoches, La., "Cloochie" is a major in accounting and is a sister of Theta Phi Alpha social sorority. Pershing Rifles representative Mary Anne Sterck who calls Miami, Fla., home is a secondary education junior. Mary Anne is also a member of TPA. Kathie Pearse, D company sponsor, is a marketing senior from Memphis, Tenn., and a member of Tri Phi. Ranger Sponsor Bobbie Oubre of New Iberia, La., is a senior majoring in history and a TPA member. New Orleans senior Judy Witcher represents AUSA and is a member of Tri Sigma majoring in secondary education. Gail Richards, BA senior and A company sponsor also hails from the Crescent City and is a member of TPA. Freshman Karen Richard of New Orleans sponsoring the band is a psychology major. Dallas coed Paula Waddle representing Scabbard and Blade is a freshman studying sociology. Physics Head Named La. Regional Counselor The Rev. Francis A. Benedetto, S.J., chairman of the physics department at Loyola, has been appointed Regional Counselor for the state of Louisiana by the American Association of Physics Teachers and the American Institute of Physics. The appointment was announced on Oct. 15 by Professor H. Richard Crane, of the physics department at the University of Michigan, and by Dr. Van Zandt Williams, director of the American Institute of Physics. Fr. Benedetto's competence in physics and his interest in ing have made him a valuable asset to the Regional Counselor program. He will again work with educational authorities in Louisiana to improve the quality of high school physics teaching in the state. Fr. Benedetto has been on the Loyola faculty since 1947 and has served as chairman of the physics department since 1953. Prior to his coming here, he taught at Spring Hill college in Mobile, St. Mary's college in Kansas, and at Fordham university in New York. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Louis university, and his master's degree and Ph.D. degree from Fordham. Among his present offices, Father Benedetto is a member of the Louisiana Governor's Commission on Atomic Energy, chairman of the Institutional Research committee and the Research Grants committee at Loyola, and Radiological Consultant at Charity hospital in New Orleans. He is also a member of The American Geophysical union. FR. BENEDETTO IFC Role Due For Revision The Rev. Daniel W. Partridge, S.J., dean of students, announced Tuesday that the charter of the I nt e r-Fraternity Council (IFC) will be revised. This development cam,e as a result of the recent hassle stemming from the IFC ruling of penal action against Alpha Delta Gamma for violation of rush rules. The revision will aim at strengthening the council by setting up machinery for handling such disputes in the fraternity system. Father Partridge said that he had instructed the fraternity presidents to handle the present situation, and that it was decided bo revoke the ruling disallowing those boys involved in cross-bids, one of which might be from ADG, from chosing that fraternity. The dean did say that another penalty had been decided upon agreeable to all, but that its nature would be "kept within fraternity walls." Father Partridge also stated that no precedent had been made in bringing such matters before the Student Council. This series of events resulted from last week's indictment of ADG by the IFC of alleged irregularities in regard to rush blackball meetings and to the silence period. The IFC's first ruling disallowing cross-bids was appealed in the Student Council, but was overruled after Father Partridge sent two notes to the meeting stating that he had taken the prerogative of acting in the case. Talent Nite Rehearsals . . Cathy Bienvenu and Lucette Guagnano, one of the two folk singing groups in Blue Key Talent Nite, are one of the many acts now rehearsing for the annual show of campus talent scheduled for Dec. 7. All the contestants for this year's contest have been chosen. The other acts include another group of folk singers, six individual acts, three more for the group competition, and five in the variety competition. All students are urged to attend as it should prove to an evening of topnotch entertainment for all. Bring a date! Law Awards Presented Edwin K. Legnon received both the faculty award and the Allen Smith Company award at Loyola School of Law awards day ceremonies Monday night in Danna center. Legnon, a 1965 Loyola law graduate who is present ly court crier for U. S. District Court Judge Robert A. Ainsworth Jr., received »a war d s as the gradumaintaining the highest all scholastic average, aig J. Cimo merited the 's award, given to the stuwho has maintained the highest average during his first year law studies. The Phi Delta Delta award, fn to the senior chosen by law faculty for scholarship service to the school, went to J. Michael Cumberland. lancy Amato Konrad and Dur H. Baber Jr. tied for Henry L. Sarpy Memorial ni, presented to the day Dion student excelling in Louisiana procedure se. est Publishing Company awards were presented to students excelling scholastically in their respective classes: to Craig J. Cimo, freshman; Robert 0. Homes Jr sophomore; Lancelot P. Olinde, junior; and Edwin K. Legnon, senior. WEST PUBLISHING Company awards were also presented to Legnon for excellence in the course in Louisiana procedure and to Charles E. Bruneau for the highest average in Louisiana civil code courses during his freshman and junior years. Robert E. Redmann won the Law Week award, presented to the graduating student who has made the most satisfactory scholastic progress in his final year. Corpus-juris Secundum Student awards, given to firstthrough-fourth-y ear students who have made the most significant contributions towards over-all legal scholarship, presented to: J. Michael Cumberland, John H. Brooks, Leo L. Fisher and Craig J. Cimo. Darryl W. Bubrig, as the senior excelling in the law of real property, received the Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation award. The Jack LaNasa Merit award to the student excelling in the field of commercial law was presented to Craig J. Cimo. For excellence in admiralty and maritime 1 a w studies, Louis J. Lambert recieved the Joseph M. Rault award. JOHN H. BROOKS and Robert L. Perez jointly received the Criminal Courts Bar Association's Edwin I. Mahoney award for highest grades in criminal law. Student Bar Association gold keys for participation in the trial court competition between Delta Theta Phi and St. Thomas More law clubs went to Lawrence J. Hand, Daniel J. Markey and Maurice S. Cazabon Jr. Silver keys went to Robert T. Jacques Jr., William R. Leary and Philip L. Kitchen. Lawrence J. Hand received the Oswaldo V. Ramirez award as the participant with the best individual argument in the trial court competition. As members of the Loyola National Appellate Moot Court team, Lonny F. Chopin, John H. Brooks and Lyman L. Jones Jr. received the John J. Cummings 111 award. AMERICAN Jurisprudence prizes were awarded to students ranking highest in the following courses: Civil law property, Dennis E. Lastrapes; persons, John H. Brooks; criminal law, John H. Brooks and Robert L. Perez; successions, community property, and obligations, Charles E. Bruneau; Louisiana procedure I (day division), Joseph F. Ciolino; Louisiana procedure I (evening division), Lawrence A. Emboulas; federal jurisdiction and procedure, J. Michael Cumberland and Michael D. Zelden; title examination (fall semester), security rights, administrative law, and federal jurisdiction (spring semester), Edwin K. Legnon; contracts I, Lester N. Arnold, Sr. Title examination (spring semester), Michael D. Zeldon; legal ethics (evening division), Stanley A. Cotlar; commercial transactions and legal ethics (day division), Gordon K. Konrad; federal rules (day division), Edward J. Rice and Stephen L. H u be r; federal rules (evening division), Richard A. Buckley; jurisprudence, Francis S. Ruddy. LEGAL ACCOU NUNC: Mack E. Breaux; labor law, John W. Charbonnet; domestic relations, Frank J. Ferlita; introduction to law, Arthur A. Lemann III; insurance, Joseph R. McMahon Jr.; torts I and II and contracts 11, Craig J. Cimo; Louisiana procedure II (evening division), J. Stuart Douglass; common law sales, Charles L. J. Kreihofer; business associations, Leo L. Fisher; business associations 11, Bobbie J. Duplantis; admiralty, Louis J. Lambert; trusts and donations, Antonio E. Papale, Jr. Mineral law, Lee R. Miller, Jr.; income taxation and sales and leases, Robert O. Homes, Jr.; conflict of laws, Ralph E. Smith; criminal procedure, Juliui M. Fernandez; constitutional law 11, John W. Hjerpe; common law procedure, Carl O. Brown, Jr.; evidence and damages. Richard If, Donahue; workman's compensation, Felix 11. Lapeyre, Jr.; constitutional law I, Joseph R. Boyd, Clement R. Thome, Jr. and Julius M. Fernandez; and estate and gift tax, Darryl W. Brubrig.Law Awards ... Antonio E. Papale Jr., left, dean of school of law, presents a copy of the Louisiana Notarial Manual to Edwin K. Legnon, court crier for U.S. District Court Judge Robert A. Ainsworth Jr. A 1965 law graduate, Legnon received the two highest awards presented Wednesday night at the Law Awards Day. Cardinal Key Sponsors Leadership Conference Coed officers and representatives from campus organizations will attend a leadership conference sponsored by Cardinel Key national sorority, Nov. 17 and 18. The conference, first of its kind at Loyola, results from a plan to utilize the presence of distinguished speakers in the field of leadership. Dr. Mary Alice Cannon, dean of women, Marquette university, and Dr. Patricia Rueckel, dean of women, Georgetown university, will be coming to the campus for the National Jesuit dean's convention. Doctor Cannon, a member of graduate faculty in guidance and counseling psychology at Marquette, has given similar leadership conferences in Texas. Doctor Rueckel, Georgetown's first dean of women, is a member of Gamma Pi Epsilon national honorary Jesuit scholastic society for women. The two-day event will commence with a social and banquet, Wednesday evening in Danna center. Dr. Cannon, the post-dinner speaker, will address the girls on the elements of leadership. Dr. Rueckel will preside over the majority of the sessions, held in Danna center 2B and C, which will include both lecture and discussion on such topics as "What makes an organization a success," "maintaining participation and ininterest within the organization," and "how to obtain the participation of the student body." Hypothetical leadership cases will be studied in the sessions in an attempt to find solutions to existing problems within Loyola organizations. These meetings will also deal with the expected roles of an officer, committee chairman, or member of a school organization.Approximately ninety coeds will take part in the conference. A special invitation has been extended to girls running for offices in the freshmen class by Cardinal Key.
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