Regis College - Ranger Yearbook (Denver, CO)

 - Class of 1934

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Began my last year as a student Master of the Mace and Mitre. P Tup Row— Hai i-is, Hasting, Hauk. Milan . Dodge, J. Cass Cassidy, Schm tz (Quill Master), McGraw Giacomini, Beck The Mace and Mitre. This organization has the distinction of being the oldest on the campus. Started originally as a study club by Father Kelly, a past president of Regis, it was later reorganized as a club of Catholic action and Catholic leadership by Father Morrison. It was felt that the classroom, while it aids greatly, cannot of itself instill in sufficient measure that great love and appreciation of the Catholic faith that is essential for a Catholic leader. This society is an attempt to supply this deficiency. Its membership is limited to twelve. Each year new men are elected to member- ship in the society in order to take the place of those graduating. The qualifications for membership are interest, ability, scholarship, and congeniality. Membership is limited to upper classmen. The only social functions that the society sponsors are banquets at which the ritual of recognition is held for the benefit of the new members. Usually a promi- nent Catholic layman addresses the Masters of the Mace and Mitre on this occasion. Weekly meetings are held in the Mace and Mitre room of Carroll Hall. Each meeting is given over to one of the Masters, who renders a paper on some subject intended to further the ideals of the society. The members are asked to make a visit to the Blessed Sacrament every day, and on the Feast of Christ the King, all the graduate and under-graduate Masters re- ceive Communion in a body. P -«f 1 1 ) •- l£5I

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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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7L o o C Began orchestra practice tonight. Hope we will be as successful as last year. McGlone, Plemel, Hepp, Koser Orchestra. The orchestra is one of the most lively and actively functioning organizations on the Regis campus. Under the very ahle direction of Father Dimi- chino, several dances and numerous other opportunities of presenting occasional entertainments have evidenced the success of its activity calendar, and made its past year outstanding. Two dance-socials (and incidentally snowfests! I were staged by the orchestra itself, and another was held under the auspices of the Parent ' s Asso- ciation. Enough money was netted thereby to purchase a beautiful new tuba, greatly enhancing the formal appearance of the orchestra. Its personnel includes members of both the College and the High School, and it can boast of a goodly number of finished musicians within its circle. infection. In one of the most spirited student elections in Regis history, John Harris, junior class president, was swept into the office of student president in a Wefus landslide. Mr. Harris ' opponent was the independent candidate, Joe Murphy, who by reason of a pe- tition of two-thirds of the student body was placed on the ticket. John, making no campaign pledges and no speeches, stood on his seven-year record at Regis in high school and college. In his long association with Regis, Harris has become well acquainted with her traditions and needs, and will serve the student body failhfulh and well during the next scholastic term. (1 4 i - ?

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