Loyola College - Review Yearbook (Montreal, Quebec Canada)

 - Class of 1955

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Page 10 text:

Father Boyle, S.J. (Francis) Father Boyle, Larry's uncle, died at Kingston, Ontario in the 20th year of his priesthood, the 31st year of his religious life and the 52nd year of his life. Father Boyle had lived at Loyola as student, teacher and athletic coach; he had been Rector of Campion College, Regina and Father Wilson, S.J. (Arthur) Father Wilson, Art's uncle, former Rector of Regiopolis, former pastor of St. Ignatius Parish. Montreal, former pastor of St. Andrew's Parish, Port Arthur, Ontario, died in Montreal, in the 21st year of his priest- hood, 34th year of his religious life and 51st year of his life. He was a member of had returned, as Rector, to Regiopolis Col- the faculty of the University of St. Mary's, lege, Kingston, where previously for many Halifax, at the time of his death. years he had taught Classics. Father Lord, S.J. (Daniel) As everybody knows, Father Lord died at St. Louis cheerfully, of cancer. He was America's best known and best loved priest. His annual lectures, and his Sum- mer School of Catholic Action at Loyola afforded many of us the privilege of mak- ing of him a personal friend. He was par- ticularly interested in Canada as a great nation capable of doing great things for God. On this theme he composed and produced in Canada two great pageants, one at Midland, Martyrs’ Shrine, and the other last year, at Toronto. As artistic achievements, they far surpass anything that has been accomplished at Stratfor d, Ontario. Before going to press, we received word of the deaths of Father William McWalter, S.J., at St. Paul's College, Winnipeg, and of Arthur Wilson, Senior Commerce, at Montreal.

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College Review 1955 MONTREAL, CANADA VOL. 41 She Editors Sage Human events contrive to shape history. No matter how unknown, how insignificant, no matter how personal, the happenings of man cannot be ignored. They are the record of his past and in their own way explain to him the present; that the human race may truly fulfill itself they teach him knowledge and love. With the publication of every yearbook the axe of time resounds the finality of passing years. Those higher grades seemed distant in Freshman, yet so short is our enjoyment of them. The many students are marked by their education at Loyola and with every decision we may make there will be reflected this Catholic instruction, if not actively at least in our conscience. However directly inessential the Loyola College Review may be to education, we feel that it has been significant in recording the extracurricular life of youths and men during this year. It has set down the activities of many; it has formed those of others; but in all cases it will be the last recall to memory. In arranging and presenting this account an attempt was made to preserve the creative originality of the students while expressing suitable and novel ideas of journalism. If the effort of coupling these has succeeded, the task of the editors of the Review has been met. If in any way, without proper excuse, it has not, then a request for pardon is in order. Like the passing time, the Review alters in scope and emphasis; like the quieter and more natural events, but for the occasional burst of enthusiasm it will lie forgotten; like the fading picture it will be a remembrance of the days when life was light and free. One day one thing is important; the next day it has been replaced. So are the ways of men. Each Review is in some respect a tribute to the graduates. On its pages, especially the graduates’ section, the culmination of College endeavor is presented in both the degree to which academic work has led, and the extracurricular activities through which much of personal individuality has been formed. To the undergrads as well does the Review not hesitate to give honor, for it is these youths, in costume dress or helmeted, and with busy minds and hearts who represent the future leaders in scholastic achievement and in extracurricular activities. It is sincerely the wish of the Review Staff that all are pleased with our journalistic effort. It may certainly be added that the effort did not rest with the editors alone but also in the contributors and in the student body. The Loyola College Review is a very broad activity for its essence is the spirit of the students. It is unrestricted because the Review Staff has considered any activity worthy of participation at Loyola likewise worthy of publication. And so the plans, art and ideas of the Review Staff unfold. You, Fellow Student, are the judge and jury. The listed activities witness what we have accomplished, each with its own individualism or group expression, each an application of knowledge and a gain of experience. —Tue Eprror

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Loyola College Review sie F Jean Marc came to us well Eeiioe-tee Chet versed in journalism. After ob- ANTHONY RASPA taining experience on the Am- phora and in News articles he comes into line at the end of this year for the Review Editorship. Few people ever saw Louis working on the Review. He appeared for those few brief moments on the scene for the photographing and then disap- peared into a dark room. A fine worker from the L.C.A.A. Donn has proven him- self in his position by handling efficiently the Sports section with Ad “ its many and extensive depart- ee ee Managing Editor ments. Photography Editor JEAN-MARC LAPORTE Phil is the person who makes LOUIS ZARDO the yearbook possible. His hard = eee 7 work on the financial end of this issue has been productive of an impressive list of advertisers. Some people are born with the printer’s ink in their veins. From Veritas to News to Review, John has done a wonderful job espe- cially in handling the story telling of the pictures. Roger originates from a journa- listic family and did not let down the tradition of his brother at sneer ss Loyola. As proof manager he did Sports Editor much in putting the final touches Captions Editor DONN WILSON on the Review. JOHN LITTLE Proof Editor Business Manager ROGER POITRAS PHILIP KILEEN

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