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

 - Class of 1951

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Christian Marriage WHOT was there to pick-up the speeches. Student reaction was good and the speakers were well received. a roving microphone which was circulated through the audience for use during the ques- tion period which followed the talks of each session. On entering the auditorium hefore the sessions began, the student was handed an out- line of each talk to be given that evening, which enabled him to follow the lectures more closely, and to note down in the margin any questions which might come to mind during the lectures, such questions to be asked from the floor later. A display of books and pamphlets on various topics and problems connected with marriage was in the lobby at each session, and purchases could be made through the student represent- ative in charge. Most of the recommended books that were listed on the back of the Marriage Institute program were part of the book display. Each week as lectures on special topics were given, other items on these topics were added to the book display. Students look at the large display of books. Part of the large crowd which regularly attended. Program FIRST SESSION - TUESDAY , FEBRUARY 6 " Courtship and Engagement " Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C. " Teamwork in Marriage " Mr. Ed Krause SECOND SESSION -THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15 " Christian Love in Marriage " Rev. Richard J. Grimm, C.S.C. " Masculine and Feminine Psychology " . Rev. William A. Botzum, C.S.C. THIRD SESSION -TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20 " Economic Matters Before and After Marriage " . .Mr. John H. Sheehan " Marriage Legislation and the Ritual of the Church " Rev. Francis D. Nealy, O.P. FOURTH SESSION - THURSDAY, MARCH ] " Marriage as a Means of Strengthening and Increasing the Life of Grace " Rev. Albert L. Schlitzer, C.S.C. " The Family as the Basis of Social Living " Dr. John J. Kane FIFTH SESSION - FRIDAY, MARCH 9 " The Medical Aspects of Marriage " Dr. Sherman L. Egan, M.D. SIXTH SESSION - THURSDAY, MARCH 15 " Sex Instruction of Children " Mrs. Dennis J. O ' Neill " Moral Problems in Marriage " Rev. Charles E. Sheedy, C.S.C. SEVENTH SESSION -THURSDAY, APRIL 5 " The Child and the Psychologist " Rev. James P. Smythe " The Child and the Parent " Mrs. William R. Dooley EIGHTH SESSION - THURSDAY, APRIL 12 " The Influence of Family Life on the Individuals in the Family " Mr. Patrick Crowley " The Influence of the Family on Others Outside the Family " Mrs. Patricia Crowley Rev. Robert J. Lochner, C.S.C., Chairman

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John H. Sheehan and Father Lochner go on the air as part of the institute. An Institute or Rev. R. J. Grimm, C.S.C. and a student talk informally after the session. Father Hesburgh, Father Lochner and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Crowley at the final session. 434 SENIORS, after three and a half years of attendance at hundreds of lec- tures which they were required to attend in order to obtain their degrees, voluntarily re- quest tickets to attend a series of fifteen lectures which they are not required to attend, you have some evidence of the interest shown this year in the Marriage Institute. This is the third time such a series has been offered here by the Department of Religion. We hope that it will be possible to present a similar series every spring. Those eligible to attend are all seniors, graduate students, married students, and any student who plans on being married before the next Marriage Institute will take place. All sessions were held in the Law Auditorium. The sessions were conducted in informal style with the speakers remaining seated at a table on which were three matched microphones, part of a special public address system set up just for the Marriage Institute. There was also Student ' s Comments From a questionnaire filled out by the students at the end of the lecture series, the following comments are of interest: " It certainly improved my outlook on matrimony, namely, the spiritual and psychological side. " " Very informative. " " I received the answers to many very important questions in- volved in marriage that I very likely would not ever have hod answered properly anywhere else. " " Possibly the most worthwhile evenings spent at Notre Dame, aimed at temporal and external happiness. " " I liked the sincerity of the speakers, their real desire to be helpful. " " It gave me an inside view of marriage. " " It was to the point and should prove very helpful in later life. The talks were full of details and hints. " " It instructed me on the Christian principles that should be carried into marriage. " " I liked the informal way it was carried on. " " I liked the presence of laymen on the panels. " " I liked Father Sheedy ' s frankness and the attitude of the Crowleys. " " I liked the question period after the talks for they helped to learn of other ' s problems. " " It gave me a good insight into how to cope with problems that I will meet. " " I liked the frank medical discussion because Dad certainly didn ' t tell me. " " I liked the frankness with which it was conducted. " Rev. R. ]. Lochner, C.S.C. and Ed Krause on the first discussion



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Monogram Club FIRST ROW: R. Nemes, T. Boland, T. DaDamio, T. Klett, F. Marzolf, D. Murphy, R. Westrick, R. Herrle SECOND ROW: G. Gross, J. Mutscheller, J. Graham, J. Murphy. L. Lepry, J. Mohar, W. Fleming, R. Raymond. FIRST ROW: B. Almaguer, R. Fieler, C. Tetrault, J. Kittell, C. Daschle, J. Walsh, R. Williams, M. O ' Connor. SECOND ROW: R. Giedlin, L. Leslie, J. Gillis, J. Groom, IX Bagley, N. Fichtel, J. Hennessy, P. Murphy, T. Veech, N. Scalera, J. Worthington. . HE MONOGRAM CLUB, made up of those men who have earned the coveted Notre Dame varsity monogram, is one of the most exclusive and highly respected organizations at Notre Dame. Led by the captain of the varsity football squad, Jerry Groom, the group highlighted its activities by sponsoring two dances at the Palais Royale. It also cooperated with the Blue Circle to present the large rally held in the old gym as part of the Freshman Orientation program. The club ' s officers this year were headed by Jerry Groom and Jack Landry, outstanding football players, as president and vice-president. In the secretary ' s position was Jim Hennessey of the tennis team, and John Worthington, who earned his monogram in track, was treasurer.

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