University of Notre Dame - Dome Yearbook (Notre Dame, IN)

 - Class of 1951

Page 252 of 350

 

University of Notre Dame - Dome Yearbook (Notre Dame, IN) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 252 of 350
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Page 252 text:

P. Rupp, Father Brennan, C.S.C., E. O ' Connell, B. Savage, R. Cullen, Father Schaerf, C.S.C., J. Celusta, T. Carroll. Knights oj Columbus . . . ,. Larry McDonnell, Hayes Kennedy C NE OF THE OLDEST and most active organizations on campus, the local Knights of Columbus council completed another busy year in promoting a variety of activities. The annual Bengal Bouts, proceeds of which go to the Bengal Missions of India, was the biggest and most successful project handled by the campus knights. This year the Bengal Bout Award was presented to Mr. John T. Contway, executive director of the Knights of Co- lumbus Boy Life Bureau. A clothing drive for needy families, and the annual contribution to the support of the Gibault Home for Boys, Terre Haute, Indiana, were some other worthy activities on the knights ' busy program. The campus knights were not without social functions. Several smokers, the annual Christmas party, a spring picnic on Ascension Thursday and a fish fry- kept members entertained. The knights also provided ushers at Sunday Masses in Sacred Heart Church. Executive officers of the Notre Dame Council for the year are: Richard Cullen, grand knight; Robert Savage, deputy grand knight; Father Philip Schaerf, chaplain; John Celusta, chancellor; Thomas Carroll, recorder; Louis Ripp, treasurer; William Johnson, advocate; Robert Lally, warden; Paul Rupp, inside guard; Eugene O ' Connell, outside guard; Father Thomas Brennan, C.S.C., Robert Sullivan and Eli Shaheen, trustees.

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i-r. - FIRST ROW: ?. Clements, F. Brophy, H. Mayer, D. Yerex (president), W. Rich (secretary), H. Hoene, R. Murphy, J. Powell, H. Kennedy. SECOND ROW: W. Fraser, M. Fisk, F. Hennigan, C. Misner, F. Haendler, C. Slimming, E. Goerner, J. Tunney, C. Fahy, D. McBride. The Wranglers . . . iVoTKE DAME ' S OLDEST student organization, the Wranglers, meet every Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the third floor tower room of the Law School. There the twenty men who make up the group hear a paper by one of the members topics vary from " The Nature of Tragedy " to " A Defense of Communists " - and each Wrangler has the opportunity to comment on the topic discussed. Completing the meeting the speaker may answer the preceding discussion or reaffirm the points of his paper. Founded in 1925, the Wranglers once sponsored de- bates at the University. Now their activities are confined to the weekly meetings and a formal banquet held at the end of the semester at which the club moderator, Professor Frank O ' Malley, is the principal speaker. Academic standards for admittance to the Wranglers are the same as those for reciving a degree Cum Laude. Furthermore, applicants are interviewed, screened by a membership committee, and required to present a short paper before the entire group. As a result of such selection the Wranglers have attained a sound reputa- tion as the club intellectually second to none on the campus. From the Wranglers ' constitution conies the reason for the organization ' s existence. " Our purpose would appear to be twofold; first to add to our own knowledge, second and no less important, to stimulate thought in others. "



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FIRST ROW: E. Byrne, G. Burluge, B. Dewey, J. Baier, E. Brown, T. Butler, C. Morse, J. Horrigan. SECOND ROW: A. Wood, E. Schrang, T. Nourie, R. Dougherty, W. Ryan, J. Maher, J. Shelly, J. Carrig, R. Hickey, J. Frediani. THIRD ROW: R. Earls, J. Murphy, M. McNulty, T. Huberty, E. Zimpfer, R. Stubbing, J. Saul, K. Klein, K. Hayden, T. Schoen. WND IHE STUDENT VOICE of Notre Dame really came into its own this year. Carrying out plans for a general expansion of all facilities, the campus listening post became even more effective in delivering music, news and sports for the student listeners. Improvements made on the technical side include the installation of a new control panel, built by mem- bers of the staff, and the addition of a Western Union ticker-tape which brought in up to the minute news from all over the country. A larger and more varied program schedule increased the listening enjoyment of the campus citizens and brought visiting dignitaries, sportswriters, broadcasters and entertainers face to face with the WND micro- phones in specially arranged on-the-spot interviews. A capable staff of sportscasters broadcast play by play sporting events from the fieldhouse and stadium, while talented disc-jockeys and newscasters kept the station humming throughout the major portion of the after- noons and evenings with music to suit all tastes and news both local and national. WND had two station managers during the 1950- 1951 season. Jack Maher was chief of staff until his graduation in January and was succeeded by Bob Peckels who took over the managerial post early in February. Mr. Jerome Fallen of the Department of Speech acted as moderator and arranged and produced the WND Radio Workshop which included actors from both Notre Dame and St. Mary ' s. All in all, it was a successful year in the studios high atop the Notre Dame fieldhouse and a year which saw the 1230 spot an oft-tuned-to place on every ND man ' s radio dial. Jack Hynes at the mike.

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