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The Loyola Maroon Vol. XLII Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, November 19, 1965 No. 7 DR. DIAZ «)r. Joseph A. Diaz, local pediatrician, has been led general chairman of Loyola's homecoming celetionDec. 5-11. Homecoming week will begin with an Alumni Mass at 8 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 5., in Holy Name church. It will be followed by a break- fast for the alumni and their guests in Danna center, hosted by the alumni association.At 6 p.m., a reception will Saturday night with the annual Homecoming ball. It will begin at 9:30 p.m. in Danna center. The dance will conclude with an early breakfast. Homecoming Chairman . . Dr. Joseph A. Diaz, right, has been named the 1965 general chairman of Loyola's homecoming celebration scheduled for Dec. 5-11. He is shown receiving this year's schedule of events from Dr. Edward Levy, last year's chairman. Dr. Diaz, a local pediatrician will head a committee in charge of planning all events during the week of festivities. be held as a general reunion for all alumni. On Dec. G, a convocation of all students will be held at 11 a.m. in the Loyola fieldhouse as a tribute to the Golden Anniversary Graduates, the class of 1915. Blue Key Talent Nite is scheduled Dec. 7, at 8 p.m. in the fieldhouse and will feature top talent now on campus as well as the winners of past talent nights. The homecoming basketball game against LSU will get underway at 7:45 p.m. Dec. 9, in the fieldhouse and will be followed by a dance sponsored by the Student Council. A reunion of the 25th anniversary class (1940) will be held on campus all day Saturday, Dec. 11. The week will be climaxed Tickets for the ball are on sale at Petetin's Continental Homestead, and on campus at the alumni office and the bookstore.Dr. Diaz, homecoming chairman, has appointed the following committee chairman: Joseph Barrois, reception; John F. Screen, basketball game; Marshall J. David, homecoming ball; and Roy Guste, the Dec. 5 breakfast. Dr. Diaz, an instructor in pediatrics at Tulane university's medical school, is a graduate of Holy Name elementary school, and Jesuit High school, Loyola, and LSU medical school. He is president of the New Orleans Pediatrics society and president-elect of the Loyola Alumni council. This will be his sixth year as an officer of the council. Calendar Of Events FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19 TGIF dance, 3:00-5:30, A La Carte. APO presents "The Visit," Bp.m., Marquette auditorium. ROTC Military Ball, off campus. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20 APO movie. Education Dept. conference, all day, Danna center. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Education Dept. conference, all day, Danna center. College of Music performance, 4 to 6 p.m. Marquette. MONDAY NOVEMBER 22 Bell & Howell interviews, 9 to 4 p.m., 2B Danna center. Loyola Football club meeting, 12:30 to 1 p.m., 2C Danna center. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Thanksgiving holidays begin after last class. HEADS LU HOMECOMING Frosh Officers Elected Round one in the freshman elections battle is now over, and first primary winners have been named in all schools except A&S. Voters wrote their own tickets in A&S choosing members of the Common Voice, Concord, and Concrete ("we dry harder") tickets ■ as run-off candidates. In the run-offs, to be held Monday and Tuesday, Patrick, Marz with 64 votes and Vincent Sachar with 62 votes will vie for president. Jules Devraeis, 72 votes, and Roger Laure, 65 votes, compete for the vicepresidency. Candidates for secretary are Hope Sewell, 68 votes, and Susan Schoen, 52 votes. Steve Colleta, whose 81 votes were the most received by any candidate, failed to attain a majority in the treasurer contest and faces a run-off with Dennis Butler, who polled 45 votes. In Business Administration, the WWBA ticket successfully elected candidates for all four offices in the first primary. President is Thomas White with 63 votes. Bernard Arghiere with 60 votes is vicepresident, Helen Baffes with 54 votes is secretary, and treasurer is Loann Ward with 60 votes. No run-offs were necessary in music school because only two candidates competed for each office. Winners are: Gene Fleuscher, president with 20 votes; Cheryl Durand, vicepresident with 19 votes; C. M. Brent, secretary with 26 votes; Pamela Wright, treasurer with who served as freshman elections committee chairman, are as follows (number of votes received are in parenthesis) : Arts and sciences: President, Patrick Marz (64), Vincent Sachar (62), George Lundy (50), John Wieman (36); vice-president, Jules Devraeis (72), Roger Larue (65), Stephen Rapp (48), Jack Stout (28); secretary, Hope Sewell (68), Susan Schoen (52), Hilda Korner (47), Karla Vulliet (45); treasurer, Steve Collets (81), Dennis Butler (45), Tony Kopera (43), Frank Victor (42). Business adminiitra t ion: president, Thomas White (63), Martin Heubener (21), Ashton o'Dwyer (18); vice-president, Bernard Arghiere (60), Jean Prat (24), Laurence Lebon (18); secretary, Helen Baffes (54), Janet Anne Lemaire (39), Don Carlson (11); treasurer, Loann Ward (60), Leonard Aucoin (24), Thomas Walsh (9). Music school: president, Gene Fleus'-her (20), Arthur Hardy (14); vice-president, Cheryl Durand (19), Janice Atkinson (15); secretary, C. M. Brent (26), Raymond Tammetta (7); treasurer, Pamela Wright (18), Karen Yerratich (16). Frosh Elections . . . In elections held Monday and Tuesday, Loyola freshmen voted for their first slate of officers. Winners in the race for president included left, Gene Fleuscher, victor for the top spot in the Music school, Vincent Sachar and Patrick Marz, who will enter the run-off for A&S president, and Tom White, the choice for BA prexy. The run-off election for president of A&S and the other officers where needed will be held Nov. 22 and 23. In the primary election Sachar headed the Common Voice ticket while Marz ran on the Concrete "we dry harder" platform. Marz polled 64 votes to Sachar's 62. LU Hosts Dean Lecture fly SHERYL BUTLER Student personnel administrators of more than 30 Jesuit colleges and universities in the Southern region and deans of women from all the coeducational Jesuit colleges in the nation, met yesterday for the first session of their three day-conference which will convene tomorrow.Every college is divided into two sections: academic and personnel, said Miss Rosalie J. Parrino, dean of women and co-chairman of the conference. "These administrators deal with the extra-curricular activities of these students, such as housing, placement, student aid, pyschological testing, personnel records, union directors, health, spiritual aid and foreign student consultation," she said. The purpose of this annual conference of which the Rev. Daniel W. Partridge, S.J., dean of students, is chairman, is to sift out the problems that the administrators have encounteredencountered in the past year with emphasis on a specific problem. This year the role of the chaplain and his duties under the student personnel officer will be stressed. Among the colleges and universities participating are: Creighton university, John Carroll university, Loyola of Chicago, Loyola of New Orleans, Marquette university, Regis college, Rockhurst college, St. Louis university, Spring Hill college, University of Detroit and Xavier university of Ohio. Such topics as "The Value of Student Personnel Services in Educational Process," "Status and Tenure of Lay Personnel" and "The Problem of Confidentiality in Reference to Referrals and Records" will be discussed in an attempt to help the students of their respective schools arrive at the Jesuit profile of an ideal woman and man. In conjunction with this there was a leadership conference of all the female heads of organizations on campus, Thursday, headed by Dona Mc Donald, A&S senior, where two deans of women, Dr. Mary Alice Cannon of Marquette university and Dr. Patricia Rueckel of Georgetown university, spoke to these female leaders on various aspects of good leadership and how to cope with the many problems that arise. Military Ball Set For Tonight The annual Military ball, biggest social event on the ROTC calendar, takes place tonight at the Captainof-the-Port Coast Guard station, at 8:30 p.m. Dance music for the cadre & cadets will be provided by Joe Cullotta and his orchestra. Highlighting the events of the evening will be the formal presentation of the newly-elected "Little Colonel" and company sponsors. Joseph Murphy, cadet batalion commander, will escort Miss Tekla Bassham, "Little Colonel" for 1965-66. Immediately preceding the ball, a champagne party will be held for the cadre personnel and members of Scabbard and Blade Company. Jesuit Goes To DC Meet The Rev. Louis J. Twomey, S.J., director of Loyola's Institute of Human Relations, flew toWashin g to n, D.C. Tuesday to take part in a planning session for a spring White House conference on Negro equality. The White House Conference "To Fulfill These Rights" was announced by President Lyndon B. Johnson last June 4 in an address at Howard university in Washington. The President said the purpose of the conference would be to help the American Negro achieve "not just freedom but opportunity—not just legal equity but human ability—not just equality as a right and a theory, but equality as a fact and as a result." The job of the planning session, which was held Nov. 16- 18 in the Washington Hilton, was to determine the problems to be explored at the spring conference. Father Twomey took part in discussions on jobs, job training and economic security. Ghini Named Asst. Director Of Inter-American Center Constantino Ghini has been named assistant executive director of Loyola's Inter-American Center according to George Flanagan, executive director of the center. Ghini, who speaks fluent Italian, Spanish and Portuguese will work with Dr. Keller, curriculum director of the center, to coordinate activities of the Latin American students and will assist in planning future programs. He will also edit "Francamente," a Spanish monthly newsletter to alumni of the center, and "Amigos," an English publication for New Orleans families who host students during their stay here. A native of Vicenza, Italy, Ghini has also lived in Caracas and Coro, Venezuela. He studied chemical engineering at Catholic university, Washington, and graduated from Boston university in 1963 with a B.S. in international business. He is currently working on his masters degree at Louisiana State university in New Orleans.Ghini is the founder of the International Business association of Boston University, and is a member of the Lock Honor society of Boston university's college of business administration. Before being employed by the Inter-American center he worked in southern Europe as an industrial supplies sales representative.When asked how he liked his new job, Ghini replied that he enjoyed it very much. "It's quite interesting, and at the same time it's challenging." GHINI For Signing Up For Wolf Pictures FRIDAY, DEC. 2 In order for pictures to appear in the yearbook, they must be taken by the yearbook photographer and him alone. Men's pictures are taken in coat and tie ONLY! Pictures taken daily from 8:30-Noon; 2-5:30 p.m.
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