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r 'Rose' Dance at Dolphin Ciub an jfranci&o Jfodjorn OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS, UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO VOLUME Al SAN FRANCISCO, OCTOBER 7, 1955 NUMBER 4 etreat Scheduled Next Deltasigs Elect *!®$e For Formal Tomorr By TOM FRY The brothers of Delta Sigma Pi, business administration fraternity, met at the Golden Gate Yacht Club last Sunday to choose a queen for the "Rose of Deltasig." Finalists receiving votes are Betty Klepper, Sandi Roush, Pat Tippett, Pat Lee, and Shirlee Nelson. Miss Klepper is a student at San Francisco State, while Sandi Roush and Pat Tippett are student nurses at the Uni- ^^ »«»•■■ n .a. versity of San Francisco. Both OrSP W$ \Wt M& Oyppn were among the newly-chosen WlIC ff III WC ^WCSTSB USF song girls. Pat Lee, a freshman, and Shirlee Nelson, a sophomore, attend the San Francisco College for Women on Lone Mountain. These five young ladies were selected from more than twenty vieing contestants on the final ballot of the voting membership. The name of the winning contestant will be announced at Saturday evening's dance. She will reign over the festivities. Dance Chairman Greg Hadley will present her with the traditional spray of red roses, plus an engraved plaque commemorating the event. The selected queen will then be eligible to represent USF's Gamma Omicron chapter in the national Delta Sigma Pi contest to pick the "Rose of the Year." The dance will be held at the Dolphin Club, near Aquatic Park. Art Taylor's orchestra will supply dance music enthusiastic response, from 9:00 p.m. until 1:00 a.m. Contestants included June Bids can be purchased from Baines, Carol Lee Smith, Yo- Jnyi^SteIof?ieJfra?niJtylanda Romero, Happy Gib- for $2.50, the standard price T . , , , ™ for formal dances. As usual, son' Jane Lubchenko, Terry the no-corsage rule will be in Baker, Betts O'Gara, Marilyn effect. Patenaude, Marthajoan Buck- Chairman Hadley com- ley, Pat Ploussard, Kay Val- mented favorably on the large entine, Mary Lennon, Yvonne turnout of "Rose" contestants Beckis, Terry Schwaegler, Bev and thanked them for their Mallow, and Sue Castro. Legislature Keeps Monday Meetings, May Lose Member Le<t to right: Shirlee Nt Tippett, Betty Klepper. son. Pat Lee, Sandi Roush, Pat Pops Concert Too SF Symphony Announces Soloists For This Season I The San Francisco Symphony Association this week made public the names of its soloists for this year's season. Included are the names of eight pianists, three violinists, two cellists, and a soprano. To this list have been added three guest conductors. Andre Kostalanetz will give two Saturday night pop concerts on January 28 and April 21. Prominent among the pianists is Rudolf Serkin, an old favorite of San Francisco audiences. He is scheduled to appear on Feb. 9, 10, and 11. Other pianists include the young and very promising Grant Johannesen, Geza Anda, Joerg Demus, Samuel Lipman, Ventsislav Lankoff, Eugene Istomin, and the renowned Robert Casadesus. Mr. Casad- esus will be heard in an all- Mozart program on Jan. 19, 20 and 21. Twenty-year-old David Abel will take a solo violin role along with the veteran performers Tossy Spivakovsky and Isaac Stern. Cello soloists are Zara Nel- sova and Gregor Piatigorsky. The three guest conductors are Eduard Van Beinum, San- dor Salge, and Bruno Walter, who for many years has come to San Francisco to direct the orchestra in concerts. In addition to the regular subscription series and the Kostalanetz pop concerts, the San.Francisco Symphony Association has announced that Enrique Jorda will conduct the orchestra in two special Easter Week performances of Beethoven's Missa Solemnis. Tickets for the Thursday evening subscription series will go on sale at USF in about two weeks. They will be sold at student rates of up to half price by the Symphony Forum, of which Nick Zanze and Bob Schlosser are the campus representatives. RETREAT SCHEDULE TUESDAY, OCT. 11; WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12; THURSDAY, OCT. 13 Catholic Men, St. Ignatius Church 8:00 a.m.—Mass and Conference 9:15 a.m.—Free Time 9:45 a.m.—Rosary and Conference 10:45 a.m.—Free Time 11:00 a.m.—Stations and Conference Non-Catholic Men, USF Auditorium 9:00 a.m.—Conference 9:45 a.m.—Free Time 10:15 a.m.—Conference Women, Lecture Room, Gleeson Library Mass, Rosary, Stations, and Benediction same as for Catholic men in St. Ignatius Church. Discount Available For Alcazar Plays Student Saving Certificates, enabling students to attend the Alcazar Theatre's current season of plays, are now available. They may be obtained, free of charge, from Nick Zanze. He is in the Bursar's Office from 1:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. week days. Now playing at the O'Farrell Street theatre is "Lunatics and Lovers," by Sidney Kingsley. This is a comedy which has received excellent notices from San Francisco critics. Kingsley is the author of the stage version of Koestler's "Darkness at Noon," a show which was one of the highlights of the USF College Players' 1953-54 season. Opening on October 24 is "The Tender Trap." This comedy stars Lloyd Bridges, K. T. Stevens, Russell Nype and Janet Riley. "Anniversary Waltz," a comedy now in its second year on Broadway, is opening in November. Walter Winchell said of the Alcazar's December offering: "It's a laff riot." Entitled "King of Hearts," it was written by Jean Kerr and Eleanor Brooke. "King of Hearts" is the final play of the season. The prices, which include federal tax, are as follows: $2.20 seats for $1.10; $2.75 seats for $1.65; $3.30 seats for $2.20; $4.40 and $3.85 seats for $3.00. The certificates must be used before 8:00 p.m. of the night of performance. They are good for any performance except Saturday. Yearbook Sets Senior Photography Schedule Senior pictures for the 1956 yearbook are scheduled to be taken during week of October 24 through October 28, announced Yearbook Editor John Crillo today. All seniors are requested to make note of these dates, and be present for photographing. Because of an increase in yearbook overhead, a fee of one dollar will be charged each senior at the time he is photographed. By JACK ABAD The Student Legislature will continue to meet at 1:00 p.m. Monday — although it will probably mean the resignation of at least. one member — they decided at this week's session in the Semeria Room. Junior Class President Bill Mulholland led the fight to change the Legislature's meeting time from day to night sessions if possible. Monday afternoons clash with his work commitments as they do with Mulholland's Class Representative Jerry Harrison, who was absent. Harrison is expected to resign because of the time conflict. The most satisfactory evening meeting time developed to be on Thursday at 8:00 p.m. Frosh representative Terry Schwaegler immediately came to her feet. "That'll make it sorta late, won't it? I mean they last kinda long." And then the fight was on. Various alternatives wei:e suggested. The rotation of evening and afternoon starting times, splitting sessions between morning and afternoon (reports to be read at 7:30 a.m.), and the chairman's suggestion that "we start five minutes earlier" were all given considerable consideration. Finally, Chairman Tom Klitgaard asked the Legislature : "Who by hook or crook can't make it at 8:00 p.m Thursday?" Soph Bob Bianco and Senior Walt Blandino raised their hands. "Not even by hook or crook?" queried Mulholland. Bianco countered that he had a College Players' rehear- sr.l obligation. An inconclusive argument concerning that relative importance of Bianco's rehearsal and Mulholland's bank account flashed across the table for a few moments. Then Senior Representative Rouben Chakalian, See LEGISTATURE (Page 4) Requiem Held Wednesday For Father Rock, SJ. Funeral services in St. Ignatius Church were held last Wednesday for Rev. Joseph P. Rock, S.J. He died Sunday night in his Sleep at the age of 45. Father Rock had taught philosophy and theology at USF since 1949. He received Irs A.B. degree from Boston College in 1932, and his M.A. from Gonzaga University in 1938. The Boston-born priest is survived by his father, Thad- deus F. Rock; a sister, Sister Mary Joel, C.S.J.; and a brother, the Rev. John P. Rock, S.J., all of Boston. Internment was at Santa Clara Catholic Cemetery in Santa Clara. Father Rock had been ailing from asthma for several years. He was frequently unable to hold classes, and had this year been removed from the teaching faculty because of his illness. NFCCS Proposes Increase In Student Body Expenses For Annual USF Dues The Regional Council of the National Federation of Catholic College Students put through' a proposal at its monthly meeting last week to increase USF's yearly dues to nearly $70. Dues have been a flat $25.00 per annum. The new increase would reduce the flat rate to $20.00 per year and add to that a total of $.04 per capita. There are over 1200 students in the ASUSF. In addition, the ASUSF now pays $.10 per capita to the national office of NFCCS. This amount comes to $120 per year. The proposed increase is now being studied by the ASUSF Finance Committee. On this committee are Al Boro, ASUSF treasurer; Ron Chiappari, ASUSF vice-president, and John Foran, ASUSF Clubs representative. Whether or not the ASUSF will pay the dues and continue as a member of NFCCS is up to this committee. Money for the NFCCS would come from the ASUSF treasury. This consists of the The faculty and students of the University of San Francisco wish to extend their sincere condolences to Miss Mary Lynch on the death of her father last Saturday. Students are requested to remember him in their prayers. Fathers R Duffy-Co Women's Scoiineii/ and on-Catholic/ rs By BILL SULLIVAN FOGHORN News Editor USF's more than 1200 students will interrupt their classes next week for student retreat exercises. Rev. William Ryan, S.J., University Chaplain, will give the retreat for Catholic men next Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday in St. Ignatius Church. Retreat master for non-Catholic men is Rev. Richard Scannell, S.J., who will speak in the USF Auditorium. The Lecture Room of the Gleeson Library is the sight of the women's retreat which will be given by Rev. James Duffy, S.J. The Board of Student Control reminds the student body that the penalty for failure to attend each retreat exercise is one dollar. A Solemn High Mass on Friday morning at 8:00 a.m. will officially conclude the retreat exercises. Pershing Rifles and Scabbard and Blade will form an honor guard at the mass. Celebrant of the mass is Rev. John F. X. Connolly, S.J., President of the University. Rev. Edmond Smyth, S.J., is deacon and Rev. Alexis I. Mei, S.J., is sub-deacon. They are deans of the College of Arts and the College of Science respectively. Rev. Herman Hauck, S.J., president of the University of Santa Clara, will preach at the mass. Formerly on the USF faculty, Father Hauck has long been among the favorites of preachers in St. Ignatius Church. Father Ryan, retreat master for the Catholic men, was ordained in San Francisco in 1944. He spent five years as a China missionary, until imprisoned for a year by the Reds. He came to USF after a student activity fee paid at registration, and money from various ASUSF-sponsored activities such as the Welcome Dance and the Mardi Gras. 'Autumn Leaves' at USF Mixer Tonight "Autumn Leaves" is the theme of tonight's ASUSF mixer, scheduled for 8:00 p.m. in Phelan Hall's spacious dining room. It will be the first social event in the new addition to the USF campus. Al Garrigues and his combo will bring music for the evening, announced Chairman Ellen Tully. The student bodies of six Bay Area women's colleges are expected to make a fine turnout. On the invited list are St. Mary's and St. Joseph's Colleges of Nursing, College of Notre Dame of the Holy Names, Dominican College, and the San Francisco .College for Women. Dress for the mixers is informal sportswear. Admission is free and refreshments will be served. Student body cards will be required for admission, however. Located on the main floor of Phelan Hall, the dining room's entire south side is windowed overlooking Hayes Valley and Twin Peaks. This sight was chosen by the mixer committee because of its beauty, and is expected to add a romantic atmosphere to the affair. REV. WILLIAM RYAN, SJ. Name Song Girls For Cage Season Five women students will represent USF as song girls on the basketball courts in the forthcoming season. Chosen at a special meeting of Head Yell Leader Joe Bon- danza's selection committee last week, they will first ap pear at the opening game of the season, on December 6, against Chico State at Kezar Pavilion. The girls are sophomores Ruth Puterbaugh, Lynn Mc- Isaac and Sandy Mooring. Pat Tippett and Sandi Rousch represent the freshman class. Miss Puterbaugh and Miss Mclsaac are returning from last year's trio of song girls. Both have participated in other school activities, including Tri-Gamma and the Mardi Gras. Sandy Mooring is a graduate of Tamalpais High School in Marin County, and was cheerleader and secretary of the student body. Pat Tippett graduated from the Convent of the Sacred Heart, where she served as student body president, president of the sophomore and junior classes, and was captain of the varsity basketball team. Sandi Roush graduated from Hanford High School, Han- ford, California. Miss Roush was secretary of the senior class and served as a chief justice of the student court. She also participated in dra matics. The women all commented that it was a singular honor to be able to represent USF, and they all expressed their confidence in a successful season. year at Santa Barbara High School where he taught religion and moderated athletics. Father Ryan replaces Father James Duffy, women's retreat master, who has been the University Chaplain since 1952. In former years Father Duffy has been director of the Ladies' Sodality and the Francesca Relief Society of St. Ignatius Church. At present, he is faculty moderator of two USF student organizations, the Nurses' Sodality and the Sodality of Our Lady. Father Scannell, a one time head of USF's Religion Department, has been a chaplain at Alcrataz Island Prison for several years. He has been at USF since 1949. Bio-Chem Takes Club Day Award The Bio-Chem club won the NFCCS's first annual Club Day Award. Selected in competition from the displays put in the auditorium on Club Day, a committee of faculty and administration did the judging. The committee consisted of Rev. William Ryan, S.J., University Chaplain, Rev. Francis Moore, S.J., Dean of Students, and Miss Margaret Light- body, secretary to the academic vice-president. Runners-up in the competition were the displays of the Wasmann Biological Society, the College Players, the History Club, the Sanctuary Society, and the Education Club. The Bio-Chem's exhibit, designed to point out the tradition and workings of the club, was illuminated by ultra-violet lights, a device which proved most effective. The display's moving parts included a retort on a stand over a flame, symbolizing the scientific activities of the club. From this, according to the backdrop, arises the club's spirit which turns the Bio- Chem's many activities. Chaplain's Message Twentieth Century Man is fast selling out his valuable stock in "Peace, Inc." At the moment, he is recklessly scooping up worthless share in the quack corporation "Din, Unlimited." Trafic rumble, diesel thunder and jet whine are smashing the peace-barrier of his soul. No chance to RELAX: "got to make that green light." No perfect quiet to READ: "Let's have some background music." No pause to THINK: "Get that other Channel." No mood to PRAY: "too bushed . . . hard day at the office." Result? A mushroom generation of hypertensive, fearful men caught in the suction of swirling Speed and splattering Sound. Why all this "Roar-and-Go?" When will it stop? . . . Where will it wind up? Only the THINKING and PRAYING USF man knows the answer. Next week, he will check his spiritual ledger. Three days of RETREAT: to read, to reflect, to resolve . . . Remember the dates—October 11, 12, 13—and prepare now to buy back any lost shares you once had in "Peace, Inc." Campus Calendar Friday, Oct. 7—USF mixer, auditorium, 8.00 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8—Rose of Deltasig, formal dance, Dolphin Club, 9:00 p.m. till 1:00 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11—Student Retreat Exercises. See cols. 1 and 2 for schedule. Friday, Oct. 14—Mass concluding Student Retreat Exercises, St. Ignatius Church, 8:00 a.m. Friday, Oct. 14—Mixer at the College of the Holy Names, Oakland, 8:00 p.m.
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r 'Rose' Dance at Dolphin Ciub
an jfranci&o Jfodjorn
OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS, UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO
SAN FRANCISCO, OCTOBER 7, 1955
etreat Scheduled Next
Deltasigs Elect *!®$e
For Formal Tomorr
By TOM FRY
The brothers of Delta Sigma Pi, business administration fraternity, met at the Golden
Gate Yacht Club last Sunday to choose a queen for the "Rose of Deltasig."
Finalists receiving votes are Betty Klepper, Sandi Roush, Pat Tippett, Pat Lee, and
Miss Klepper is a student at San Francisco State, while Sandi Roush and Pat Tippett
are student nurses at the Uni- ^^ »«»•■■ n .a.
versity of San Francisco. Both OrSP W$ \Wt M& Oyppn
were among the newly-chosen WlIC ff III WC ^WCSTSB
USF song girls.
Pat Lee, a freshman, and
Shirlee Nelson, a sophomore,
attend the San Francisco
College for Women on Lone
These five young ladies
were selected from more than
twenty vieing contestants on
the final ballot of the voting
The name of the winning
contestant will be announced
at Saturday evening's dance.
She will reign over the festivities.
Dance Chairman Greg Hadley will present her with the
traditional spray of red roses,
plus an engraved plaque commemorating the event.
The selected queen will then
be eligible to represent USF's
Gamma Omicron chapter in
the national Delta Sigma Pi
contest to pick the "Rose of
The dance will be held at
the Dolphin Club, near Aquatic Park. Art Taylor's orchestra will supply dance music enthusiastic response,
from 9:00 p.m. until 1:00 a.m. Contestants included June
Bids can be purchased from Baines, Carol Lee Smith, Yo-
Jnyi^SteIof?ieJfra?niJtylanda Romero, Happy Gib-
for $2.50, the standard price T . , , , ™
for formal dances. As usual, son' Jane Lubchenko, Terry
the no-corsage rule will be in Baker, Betts O'Gara, Marilyn
effect. Patenaude, Marthajoan Buck-
Chairman Hadley com- ley, Pat Ploussard, Kay Val-
mented favorably on the large entine, Mary Lennon, Yvonne
turnout of "Rose" contestants Beckis, Terry Schwaegler, Bev
and thanked them for their Mallow, and Sue Castro.
May Lose Member