College Nominates 21 To Who's Who Listing MAYOR RICHARD DALEY, President John F. Kennedy, Representative Sidney Yates and Governor Otto Ker- ner greet the crowds at O'Hare International Airport and prepare for the motorcade via the Northwest Express way to downtown Chicago and a Democratic fund-raising dinner. (Skyscraper photo by Mickey Deutsch) Vol. XXXIII Mundelein College, Chicago 26, Illinois, Oct. 31, 1962 YD's Greet President At O'Hare Airport by Rae Paul As Young Democrats excitedly streamed from CTA buses in front of Mundelein last Friday evening, a freshman pushed her way through the crowd and up the front stairs of the building. I saw him, she cried, I ac tually saw the President of the United States. Her words expressed the senti ments of every one of the 215 Young Democrats who had boarded CTA buses in front of school Oct. Lecture Series Places Chicago In Spotlight This yea r's Concert-Lecture theme, Emphasis Chicago will continue in the second program of the series with a lecture on Urban Development and Renewal, Nov. 15. Participating in this discussion of problems particular to the Chi cago area are Edward Marciniak, executive director of the Mayor's Commission on Human Relations, and Clifford J. Campbell, deputy commissioner of the Department of City Planning. Mr. Marciniak, a former instruc tor of sociology at Loyola Univer sity, is a member of the Catholic Council on Working Life, the Na tional Association of Inter-group Relations Officials and the United Citizens Committee for Freedom of Residence in Illinois. He was also a 1957 member of the United States Delegation to the Annual Confer ence of the International Labor Or ganization in Geneva, Switzerland. Mr. Campbell received an award for Outstanding Civic and Com munity Service in 1957. Last year Loyola University conferred on him the Founders' Day Civic Award for fostering interracial harmony in Chicago. He is also a member of the Northeastern Illinois Metro politan Area Planning Commission, and the Mayor's Committee on New Residents. 19 to greet President John F. Ken nedy at O'Hare International Air port. At 3 p.m. the buses were jammed with Mundelein and Loyola Young Democrats, who willingly surren dered their seats to political post ers, pom-poms, pennants, hats and buttons. When the buses arrived at the airport about 4 p.m., the students solidly planted themselves along the runway to await the President's arrival. At approximately 4:30 p.m. a momentary, awesome silence fell over the group as the silver and orange jet touched down on the runway. Within a matter of min utes, the President, accompanied by Governor Otto Kerner, Senator Paul Douglas and a cordon of se cret service men, alighted amid the cheering crowd to be greeted by a Democratic reception line headed by Mayor Richard J. Daley. The Young Democrats' Day was complete when the President's mo torcade passed them as it left the airport. The pitch of excitement was sus tained as the students boarded the buses homeward. I never thought I'd get within a mile of him, commented one Young Democrat, and here he passed right in front of me. Senior Discussions Cure 'Comp' Woes With the prospect of comprehen sive exams looming before them, the senior English majors have re quested a special series of discus sions to serve as an intellectual re fresher and a confidence booster. The discussion series began Oct. 15, and will continue until Jan. 7. Sister Mary Philippa, B.V.M., and Sister Mary Anne Leone, B.V.M., will alternate in presiding at the biweekly discussions which supple ment the student's knowledge in various aspects of their field. In order to furnish the material necessary for these discussions, a special shelf in the library has been reserved. Exam Schedule Nov. 6 Tuesday TTh Classes 8, 10, 12, 2, 4 Nov. 7 Wednesday MWF Classes 9, 11, 1, 3 Nov. 8 Thursday TTh Classes 9, 11, 3 Nov. 9 Friday MWF Classes 8, 10, 12, 2 Classes meeting on MWF, MWTh, MWThF, MW, WF will follow the MWF schedule. Classes meeting on T, TTh, TThF, Th will follow the TTh schedule. Classes meeting on MTWThF, MTTh, TWThF may decide on which day to have the exam. Classes meeting only one day a week may schedule the exami nation according to their own convenience. Maintaining excellence in schol arship, leadership and character, 21 juniors and seniors were nomi nated last week for election to the annual Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Col leges. Names of the winners will be withheld pending official notifica tion by the national Who's Who board. 'Why a Duck'? Answer Near Nancy Wiaduck has to answer to her campaign slogan, Why a duck for president? She won the freshman class presidency with 142 votes at the Oct. 22 elections. JoAnn Chipps was second with 59 votes, followed by Kathleen Sche- vers with 50 and Maureen Arens with 13. In the race for vice president, Eileen O'Connor edged Margaret Witwer 102 votes to Margaret's 101. The total for Patricia Bar row was 63. Genevieve Teal was elected sec- cretary with 86 votes. Julia Wirry followed with 70, Eileen Hurley with 67 and Mary Stone with 38. Karen Chisholm is treasurer with 143 votes over Catherine Witwer's 116. Carolyn Leptich with 98 votes, was elected social chairman. Eileen Anderson followed closely with 91 votes. Margaret Tunney had 54 votes and Birute Valaitis had 20. Janice Ostrowski is sergeant at arms with 162 votes; Sue Gaidzik polled 95. Serving as SAC representatives are Tina De Rosa with 136 votes, and Joann Caracci with 85. Cathe rine McDonnell was next with 82 votes, followed by Diane Harring ton with 69, Laura Nutini with 58 and Ellen Rombs with 53. The 1962-63 volume of the di rectory will contain brief biogra phical data on each of the Mun delein nominees. Representing approximately 750 colleges and universities, students are selected on the basis of citizen ship, scholarship and participation in academic and extracurricular activities. Along with the faculty, upperclassmen voted for the candi dates from their respective classes who, in their estimation, best fulfill these qualifications. Each member receives a cer tificate of recognition and is en titled to make use of a placement or reference service to assist her in seeking employment or scholar ships. The original Who's Who direc tory was published in 1934. Mun delein participated in this annual selection for the first time last year. Charter members from Munde lein's present senior class include: Mildred Coffaro, Mary Jo Murray, Mary Eileen Devereux, Mary Far rell, Maureen Fleming, Patricia Gilles, Barbara Loescher Green, Adrienne Lubanski and Virginia Zvonkovich. Big Sister Panel To Inform Others On Its Program The Advisory Committee of the Big Sisters will hold an open forum Nov. 13, at 1:10 p.m. in the Social Room. This committee is designed to answer questions the student body may have about the Big Sister or ganization, its operations and the selection of its members. The forum, a panel discussion, is open to all freshmen, sophomores and juniors interested in the Big Sisters. Various aspects of the program will be discussed and time will be allotted for questions. Present Helen Keller Story Polish the footlights The Miracle Worker is coming to Mun delein. The Laetare Players have selected William Gibson's story of deaf-dumb-and-blind Helen Keller as the first major production of the school year. The performances will be pre sented Nov. 11 and 12 at 7:30 p.m. REHEARSING FOR THE MIRA CLE WORKER, Eileen Teasdale, portraying Annie Sullivan, grips her pupil, Helen Keller, played by Ana- lee Mussman. in the College Theater. Admission will be 1.50. Tickets may be pur chased from any of the Laetare Players or members of the So dality, who are co-sponsoring the production. Analee Mussman, a member of Mundelein's recently established Youth Theater, will portray Helen Keller. She is a fifth grader at the Joyce Kilmer School. Sophomore Eileen Teasdale will depict Annie Sullivan, whose devo tion as a friend and skill as a teacher equipped Miss Keller to lead a normal life. Bill Finn, cast as Captain; Ad rienne Spohn as Kate; Michael Rock as James Keller; Thais Alex ander as Aunt Eve; Judy Zajac as Viney; and seven children from the Youth Theater complete the 14- member cast. Sister Mary Jeanelle, B.V.M., chairman of the drama department, is directing the play. Mrs. Lau rence McCarthy will coordinate costumes and props. Robert Steb- bins of WGN-TV is acting scene designer, and the technical director is George Petterson. Junior Mi chaellene Federowicz will serve as assistant director. Judy Addis will pull the strings backstage assisted by Sylvia Stad- therr, costume manager, and Chris tine Polniaszek, props manager. All students can help the Players defray the cost of The Miracle Worker and other productions by participating in the patron plan. Through this program, students ob tain tickets for the plays by paying a nominal fee plus a small dona tion. Those interested in this plan may contact junior Michaellene Federowicz, locker 139, for details. Dads, Daughters To Dine, Dance by Kathy Sweeney Munde'.ein Fathers' Club will hold its annual Father-Daughter Dinner Dance, Nov. 17, from 4- 7:30 p.m. Under the chairmanship of Mr. Francis Hoope, the dinner will be served in Lewis Center. Following this, Roy Padderson and his orches tra will provide music for dancing in Coffey Hall Lounge. This is the one social event of the year when Mundelein dads have a chance to date their daughters. Each girl will present her father with a boutonniere for the occasion. The price for both is 6.75.
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