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First sodality meeting. My fourth and last year as a sodalist and have nei > er regretted it. )o( n o»OCl»Ilty. An innovation in soladity organization was introduced at Regis this year in that the sodalists were divided into two groups, the Senior and the Fresh- man Sodalities. The former was an organization of voluntary membership while the latter was compulsory. At the ever-new, yet traditionally old, ceremony of ini- tiation, those members of the Freshman Sodality that had secured the approval of the consultors were admitted to the senior group on April 29. The sodality has been quite active this year. It held several activity meetings, student discussions, sponsored a spaghetti dinner and of course climaxed their en- deavors with the May Crowning. The daily services at the shrine during the month of May were under sodality supervision. At the beginning of the second semester a new group of officers was elected. Vincent Giacomini was chosen first prefect, and Andrew Hauk. second. The other officers are: Milan Predovich, Bert Sender. John Harris, Felix Lepore, Louis Weber, Emmet Kilker, and Jim O ' Hern. Regis Mission Society. The Regis Mission Society is a unit of the C.S.M.C., and is composed of students who have special interest in Mission work. The purpose of the society is to assist the Missionary in spreading the Church among Pagans, and to increase the Apostolic zeal of the students by impressing them with the important obligation they have of helping the Missions by their Spiritual and financial generosity. Active interest in the Mission Society is stimulated by maintaining board: by adopting a special Mission, by cooperation with the Sodality ii matters, and by arranging talks to the student body by active Missionaries. bulletin piritual m 9 h
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Cast my last ballot for student council representatives. The Student Council. The Student Council is an administrative body whose members are selected as representatives of the various classes and important organizations, to solve the various student problems and to supervise college activities. The student administrators fulfilled their positions admirably this year and con- scientiously strove to be real representatives of the student body. At the beginning of the school term the council imposed and enforced freshmen rules. Felix Lepore, junior member, was appointed judge of the Kangaroo Court and he chose as his prosecutor, Martin Hastings, junior. Mr. Lepore was every bit a judge and while serving his term on the bench administered justice with a measure of severity, tempered with graciousness, which will long be remembered by those unfortunate members of the class of ' 37 who fell into the toils of the " Enforcement Committee. " The weekly student assemblies were supervised by the council which staged a variety of programs ranging from the absurdities of slap-stick coined) to the highly beneficial programs of an educational variety. The climaxing social event of the council was the Annual Prep Parade which was held at the Regis gymnasium and the success of which was demonstrated by the large attendance. The members of the Student Council are: Five senior representatives: Frank Sullivan, student president; Niels Beck, John Baker, John Cassidy. and Fred Chilero: three juniors: John Harris, Felix Lepore. and J. Emmett Harrington: two sopho- mores: Joseph Walsh and C. Arthur Cassidy: one freshman representative: W illiam > pi m.II, Louis Hart of the Delta Sigma: Vincent Dwyer fi the Broun and Gold. and Walter Angerer, the Sodality representative. u :! 8 fe.
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b The first, issue of the Brown and Gold in this, my last year at school. »m Row— Walsh. Fc The Brown and Gold. The Brown and Gold has experienced quite a successful period during this year ' s scholastic term. It has maintained its position as official organ of school life and of school progress, and has carried on the traditions and precedents of past years in its policies. The first semester saw Mr. Vincent Dwyer assuming the editorship, a capacity which he filled with competency and earnestness. However, due to press of work and the weighty hurden of a senior thesis, Mr. Dwyer found it more compatible to his interests to tender his resignation at the beginning of the second semester. Mr. Vincent Giacomini followed him as head of the editorial staff, choosing practically the same personnel that assisted Mr. Dwyer, and carrying on much of the same policy. Messrs. Richard McNamara, Alec Keller, Joseph Walsh, Walter Kranz. Francis Forsyth and Frank Sullivan assisted as associate editors and contributed much of their time and talent toward making the news in the paper interesting and campus- spirited. Mr. Bert Sender, the aggressive advertising manager, through his diligent work has made this past year the most successful financially that the paper has en- joyed since its inception. Mr. Louis Weber, as manager of circulation, contributed greatly to the efficiency and hilarity of the editorial staff, and most capably filled his position. Inasmuch as the Brown and Gold was not affiliated with any of the English classes this year, it has depended mainly upon cooperation with interested members of the student body. A large staff of student reporters has aided a great deal in sup- porting and making the publication of the paper bi-monthly a possibility. P ■4 1 fc.
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