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The Loyals Maroon Vol. XLIII Loyola University, New Orleans, La., Friday, October 14, 1966 No. 3 Testimonial Honors Dr. Eastman Dr. Robert F. Eastman, chairman of the Operative Dentistry Department, was honored Tuesday at a testimonial luncheon for his dedication in teaching and contribution to dentistry.Among the honors he received was a commission of colonel on the Governor's staff presented by Governor John McKeithen. "All of Louisiana is proud of you and your record" said McKeithen, speaking of Eastman and his accomplishments. Dr. Eastman also received a certificate of merit and the gold key of the city from Mayor Victor Schiro, who presented it to Eastman "for outstanding service". Dr. Donald Landry presented Eastman with a second certificate of merit and the key to Jefferson Parish on behalf of parish president Thomas Donlan. ' An inscribed plaque commemorating Eastman's 20 years at Loyola was presented to him by Dr. Allen Copping of the Dental School with a substantial gift. Dr. Copping also presented Mrs. Eastman with a momento of the occasion. When asked to say a few words, Eastman said: "The Dental Profession is undergoing a great change at this time and I feel that dentists will continue to meet their obligations in health services." Dr. Paul Kavanaugh of Baton Rouge served as master of ceremonies at the testimonial. Dr. Eastman joined the Loyola dental faculty in 1956 as Professor of Operative Dentistry. He came to Loyola from the Medical College at Virginia where he served as teacher for eight years. Eastman is a member of micron Kappa Episolon, an honorary dental fraternity, and the American College of Dentists. Aide-de-Camp... Louisiana Gov. John J. McKeithen presented the honorary commission of Aide-de-Camp to Dr. Robert F. Eastman, Loyola dental professor, at a testimonial in his honor Tuesday. Dr. Eastman was given recognition for his dedication to the improvement of dentistry in the state. Fr. Jarreau To Assist In PR - Development "Coming home to Loyola" was the response of the Rev. M. V. Jarreau, S.J., after his recent appointment as assistant to the vice-president for public relations and development. Fr. Jarreau will assist Donald K. Ross, vice-presi- dent for public relations and development, in the administration of the university's advancement programs, according to the Very Rev. Homer R. Jolley, S.J., university president. He will serve as the development department's field representative, interpreting the university's goals and plans to corporations, alumni, and friends throughout the country.Fr. Jarreau comes to Loyola from Xavier Hall Retreat House in Pass Christian, Miss., where he was director and superior. A graduate of Loyola, he has been a faculty member at Spring Hill College, in Mobile, Ala. and Jesuit High in Tampa, Fla. He has also served as assistant pastor of St. Ann's Church, West Palm Beach, Fla. Fr. Jarreau was founder and builder of Ignatius House in Atlanta, the first retreat house for men and women in the United States. He served as director there from 1957 until 1961. The new administrator receivedreceived his B.S. in economics from Loyola in 1936 and entered the Jesuit order the following year. After his novitiate at St. Charles College, Grand Coteau, La., he took his philosophy studies at Spring Hill College and theology studies at St. Mary's, Kan., where he was ordained a priest in 1949. Fr. Jarreau Calendar Of Events FRIDAY, OCT. 14 Xi Psi Phi Dance; Constitution Room of City Hall; 9to 1; BYOL; $2 per couple; Guitar Ray and the Unforgettables; casual.SATURDAY, OCT. 15 Talent Night Auditions. SUNDAY, OCT. 16 Loyola Concert Band performs on the Audubon Park bandstand; 3 p.m.; free. Talent Night Auditions. MONDAY, OCT. 17 Campus Court Primary voting. TUESDAY, OCT. 18 Campus Court Primary voting. THURSDAY, OCT. 20 Art film followed by discussion; 7 p.m.; Marquette Auditorium. Faculty-Student Board Conducts Ist Meeting By CAROLYN BEREZNAK The Faculty-Student Relationship Board, established by the Student Union, officially held its first meeting Thursday night. Steve Keogh, president of the Union, presided over the meeting of the board, which has been long in the planning. The purpose of the board is to promote a social relationship between the students and the faculty. The Union obtained the idea for the board while attending a national convention of Student Unions, and talking to Union members in several universities where the system ' has worked quite well. Realizing a great need on Loyola's campus for a closer relationship between the faculty and students, which could be accomplished by this social communication, the members decided to give it a try here on campus. Both faculty and students expressed the desire to continue the project, and everyone had suggestions for ways to draw the faculty and students closer together through social functions.The reaction to the meeting by its participants was proof that there is a need and a desiredesire for such activities here at Loyola. Now the board is in the process of making sure every school, every department, every student, and every faculty member has an opportunity to participate in the activities of the new committee. The first step forward was a cocktail party for members of the Board of Governors and the administrators of the university at Steve Keogh's apartment last Sunday night. The Very Rev. Homer Jolley, S.J., president of Loyola, headed the list of administrators that met and mixed with the Student Union officers and committee chairmen. Everyone present expressed great hopes of cooperation between administrators, faculty, and students.The new board consists of twelve faculty members and nineteen students. A Step Forward ... The Very Rev. Homer Jolley, S.J., University president, discusses advantages of newly-formed Faculty-Student Relations Board with Hospitality Chairman Denny Oulliber and Board member Mike Imparato at recent cocktail party. N.O. Symphony To Give Concert The New Orleans Symphony Orchestra will give ■ performance in the Loyola field house, October 23 at 8:00 p.m. Admission to the performance, sponsored jointly by the Student Union and the Student Council, will be by presentation of a validated ID card. Loyola Band Performance Concerts this Sunday and next Sunday have been scheduled by Loyola's Concert Band, under George A. Jansen's baton.This Sunday's performance will be at Audubon Park's bandstand at 3 p.m. Next Sunday's, also at 3 p.m., will be in City Park's bandstand. Both performances are free and open to the public. Jay Cherentz, Ben Smalley and John Brem on trumpets, with William Delbert, Edward McGinnis, Raymond Tammeta and Kay Edlund on French horns, will be featured. Also scheduled are: Ben Smith, Arthur Hardy and Michael Gumaeill with a trombone piece, and Logan Boudreaux with a saxophone solo. Among other compositions, ranging from light classics to Broadway musicals, are "The March and Procession of Bacchus," "Autumn Leaves," "Hava Nagilah Fantasy," and "Selections from the Sound of Music." Med. Society Holds Dance Agromonte, the pre-medical honor society, will sponsor a dance at 8 p.m. tonight in the home of one of its members. The purpose of the dance is to give the new members an opportunity to meet the organization's new officers. Rick Ness will serve as president this year, with Roger Yurt, vice-president; Warren Pullich, secretary; and Paul Tibbitts, treasurer.
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