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0! ud bh : L.C.A.A. President BRIAN McMULLAN News Editor (2nd Term) JOHN LITTLE News Editor (Ist Term) NORMAN HENCHEY Amphora Editor ERIC JENSEN Sodaity Prefect KENNETH CASSIDY yy President Vice-President NEIL PATTON JOHN CULLEN Secretary Treasurer NORMAN HENCHEY PAUL CONNOLLY Counctl of Hiudent Representatives 1954 = 1955 THe Counci. or StupenT REPRESENTATIVES, comprised of representatives from every Official student organization and society on the Campus, had a most successful year both as the student governing body and as manifest through the individual members. Indeed, this yearbook is a testimonial of the diversified successes enjoyed during the ’54-’55 semesters. During the past year, the Council sponsored the Freshman Week activities, the Sophomore Dance, the College Elocution Contes t, the Philosophers’ Banquet, Student Government Week, Award Afternoon and the Convocation Dance. General Student Assemblies were held to acquaint the students with the policies and internal functioning of their student government. The individual successes of the Societies represented on the C.S.R. are at once evident upon glancing through the Review. Loyola was well represented in Intercollegiate debating, having a highly successful season in I.U.D.L. competition. The College played host to the national convention of the C.F.C.C.S. Once again the Dramatic Society came through with flying colors. The L.C.A.A. managed to send topnotch teams into intercollegiate Debating Society. GORDON MAGUIRE ef Review Editor NTHONY RASPA Sophomore Arts PAUL SAUVE Commerce Society PAUL CONNOLLY Science Society RAYMOND BERTRAND
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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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competition while promoting a heavy schedule of intramural athletics. Loyola’s publica- tions were well received and well read with the fine journalism of the News and Amphora winning many new friends as well for the College. The influence of the Sodality was very much in evidence on the Campus while the three faculty societies engaged in friendly rivalry, promoting an enthusiastic College spirit. Arts Society PIERRE La TRAVERSE C.F.C.C.S. Chairman JOHN McCALLUM ‘ : A : . ahi And so the term of office has expired for President Neil Patton and his hard working associates. The experience and initiative with which Neil conducted his duties of office along with the enthusiasm and all-out support of the Council proved to be a winning combination for the College. Men like Norm Henchey, Paul Connolly, John Cullen, Gord Maguire, Brian McMullan, Tony Raspa, Jerry Long and Neil Patton will be very hard to replace on the Council. However, they take with them, along with their degrees, Dramatic Society : z . Boarders’ Fat GASTON BEAUREGARD memories of many happy days spent in the lecture rooms, on the Campus, in the Stadium, PAUL BRETON Auditorium, Gymnasium and Chapel. They have drunk of the sweet wine and now they needs must pass the goblet on to their successors with a sincere wish of good luck. law St. John Berchman's Society JOHN McCARNEY Senior Arts GERALD LONG jj we i i Freshman Arts Freshman Science ANTHONY PATTERSON LLOYD SULLIVAN ; Mall, Junior Commerce Senior Commerce KENNETH CASSIDY GARY GAGNON ah All-Activity Chairman Freshman Commerce Sophomore Commmerce Sophomore Science Junior Arts Junior Science Senior Science GERAID IONG RENOIT PORERPCE ARTHIJ2 GARINTHER EARLE GARINTHER LAWRENCE MUTTY DONALD WHEELER OWEN McALEER
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