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Friday, Aug. 17,1956
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A Newark woman won first place in the Photography
division of the annual Catholic School Press Association
Contest.
Miss Barbara Lyons, a student at St. Joseph College
placed first in the College sec
tion of the annual contest held
in Milwaukee this week.
Dean J. L. O’Sullivan of the
Marquette University College of
Journalism, national director of
the association, said awards were
made for the best work done by
individual students for member
publications.
Thousands of high school and
college students entered the con
test, he said. Prizes are books
and certificates.
The winners for 1956 are:
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FEATURE STORIES: College,
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J., Georgetown Visitation Junior
College, Washington, D.C. High
School, Regina Comaich, San
Francisco, Calif., Presentation
High School.
POETRY: College, Joan Hetzel,
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Milwaukee High School, Mirian
Walters. St. Louis, Mo., Xavier
High School.
ART: College, Mary F. Berger,
Cincinnati, St. Mary-of-the-Woods
College, Ind. High School, Anita
Lemire, Providence, R.I., St.
Charles Borromeo High School.
NEWS STORY: College, Ruth
Ann Kuechly, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Mt. St. Joseph College, Ohio
High School, Charlene Leppert,
Jonesboro, Ark., Holy Angels’
Academy.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Coll*g*,
Barbara Lyons, Newark, Ohio,
Mt. St. Joseph College, Ohlot
High School, Normen L. Virnig,
Pierz, Minn., St. John's Prep,
Collegeville, Minn.
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ty Lee Welsh, Baltimore, College
of Notre Dame of Maryland, Bal
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School.
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Power, Madison, Wis., Rosary Col
lege, River Forest, Hl. High
School, Anne Rankin, East Du
buque, HL, St. Clara Academy
Sinsinawa Wis.
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Irishman Barry
Father of Navy
Goes Back to Sea
BOSTON—(NO Commodore
John Barry, “Father of the Amer
ican Navy,” has taken to the high
seas again—this time enroute
home of his native Ireland.
A blessing and departure cere
mony was held here at Charles
town Navy Yard where the crat
ed, ten-foot bronze statue of Bar
ry was placed aboard the USS
Charles S. Sperry for shipment
to Wexford, Ireland. Gift of the
United States Government, the
statue is the work of Sculptor
Wheeler Williams.
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First Layman Dean
DAYTON, Ohio (NC) Dr.
Maurice R. Graney, a member of
the Purdue University faculty
for 21 years, has become the first
layman to be named dean of the
college of engineering at 106
year-old University of Dayton
here.
He succeeds Brother Jerome H.
Parr who has been assigned to a
group of Marianist priests and
brothers who are assuming the
administration of a high school
in Chester, Pa.
Youth Notes
Counsellor Reunion Set
For Camp St. Joseph
All former counsellors of Camp St Joseph are in
vited to attend a Counsellor reunion on the closing day of
Camp, August 27th beginning at 2 p.m.
The former staff members will enjoy a swim in the
camp pool and take part in other
activities. A buffet supper will
be served at 6:00 p. m. Accom
modations will be available for
anyone wishing to stay over
night.
Those planning to attend are
asked to call the camp as soon
as possible to make reservation
At the present time there are
some 35 priests in the Diocese
of Columbus, about 25 Seminar
ians and scores of laymen who
have served as staff members at
the Camp since its beginning in
1926. Presently the Camp is
staffed entirely by Seminarians
of the Diocese.
Plans for Pow Wow week are
shaping up and the annual last
week gala program will furnish
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Sitter Margaret Theresa, S.C., leads
the children at St. Brigid religious vaca
tion school, Pittsburgh, Pa., in their daily
song fest. Over 300 children are attend
ing the summer session at St. Brigid. "A
Educator Thinks
for a successful
a fitting closing
summer season.
At Camp St.
eighth camping
girls enjoyed the well balanced
program supervised by a well
qualified staff of Counsellors. The
awards this week were as fol
lows:
Rita during the
period seventy
RUNNING RACES: Susan
Bradley, Theresa Chellis, Mary
Louise Nesser, Sheila Seidel, Gail
Wilshire, Stephanie Grodell, Lin
da Madden, Theresa Melvin. Nat
alie Lougeman. Linda Ixirenz,
Mary Lou Davies. Patty Lorms,
Donna Johnson, Nancy Cassady,
Mary Beth Welch, all of Colum
bus and Garnet Bauer of Bucy
rus. Patty Smigel of New Phil
adelphia, Scarlet Kraft of Dayton,
and Ruth Elder of Zanesville.
There are five new Kateri
members this week, Janet Lam
betrson of Columbus, Scarlet
Kraft of Dayton, Barbara Butler
of Bucyrus. Suzanne Murphy of
Marion and Marilyn Hord of
Dayton. Swimming races were
won by Patsy Bierberg, Patty
Lorms, Nancy Cassady, Mary Lou
Davies, all of Columbus, and Bob
bie Biggs of Portsmouth, and
Suzanne Murphy of Marion.
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Be men with men, and always
children with God for we are
indeed only children in His eyes.
Even old «ge, before enternity,
is only the first instant of a
morning. Joseph Jourbert
(1754-1824).
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More Recognition Now
CINCINNATI Catholic edu
cation today enjoys increased
recognition from those outside
its immediate sphere and should
face the future confident of its
continued success.
This was the advice of Msgr.
Carl J. Ryan, president of the
School Superintendents Depart
ment of the National Catholic Ed
ucational Association (N.C.E.A.)
in an address here which he la
beled “An Optimistic View of
Catholic Education.”
The Monsignor, who is head of
the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s
schools, spoke to students and
teachers at the final assembly of
Our Lady of Cincinnati College’s
summer session.
Four reason* w*r* given by
th* educator for the Increased
•Mention he said is being paid
Catholic school*. They ere: Or
ganization of Catholic edu
cator* on all levels, particular
ly through the N.C.E.A.
growth of Catholic schools
improvement of relations be
tween Catholic teacher* end
non-Catholics, particularly in
public schools, end recognition
by Industry that Catholic edu
cation "represent* private in
itiative at against government
control."
As instances of wider recogni
tion to Catholic schools, Msgr.
Ryan pointed to last November’s
White House Conference on Edu
cation in Washington, D.C.
He said that among the partici
pants who discussed the question
of health and welfare benefits to
pupils, there was considerable
sentiment that such benefits
should not be denied.
(The committee for the confer
ence in its report to President
Eisenhower after the gathering
recommended “basic health and
safety services at public expense”
should be given all children, re
gardless of the school they at
tend. Presumably these would in
clude such items as bus trans
portation, school lunches and
routine health examinations.)
53 Catholic
Colleges Take
Part in Congress
CHICAGO—(NC) Fifty-three
Catholic colleges and universi
ties are among the 225 colleges
and universities throughout the
United States that have registered
delegates for the ninth national
Student Congress.
The congress will be held from
August 21 to 29 at the University
of Chicago. More than 1,000 stu
dents, adult educators, and over
seas guests will participate.
Harold Taylor, president of
Sarah Laurence College, Bronx
ville, N. Y., will open the meet
ing with an address on “Student
Leadership in American Educa
tion.” Sister Madeleva, president
of St. Mary’s College, Notre
Dame, Ind., will participate in a
panel with other deans and col
lege administrators on August
24
During the first three days of
the congress, administrators and
faculty members will take part in
a workshop under the direction
of student officers of the U. S.
National Student Association. The
National Student Congress is the
annual policy-making meeting of
the 305 member U.S. National
Student Association.
true appreciation of good music can load
children to a greater love of God/* Sr.
Margaret Theresa says, "since in its crea
ted beauty if reflects the uncreated beauty
of God."
Sister Leonarda
Named Order’s
School Head
Reverend Mother M. Aloyse,
O.P., announced this week the
election of Sister M. Leonarda
Platt. O.P., as General Supervisor
of Schools staffed by the Domin
ican Sisters of St. Mary of the
Springs. An Ohioan, Sister Leon
arda, is a graduate of St. Fran
cis de Sales High School, New
ark, the College of St. Mary of the
Springs, and Ohio State Univer
sity. She has also done graduate
work in Education at St. Louis
University and last year complet
ed a research problem on “Coun
selling Catholic High Schools”
for Ohio State.
Sister Leonarda has taught for
a score of years in the parochial
schools of Ohio, Pennsylvania,
and New York. She served six
year terms as directress of both
Dominican Academy, New York,
and the Academy of St. Mary of
the Springs.
Deft-A-Nitions
SEOUL, Korea The life of
missioner is not all seriousness
and prayer it has its humor
ous side also.
a
Other Instance* of increased
recognition by Msgr. Ryan in
clude Marquette Univ e s it y s
symposium on independent
school* which wa* attended by
public school and non-public
school educators the high rating
of Catholic schools given by the
American Institute of Manage
ment which carried out an effi
ciency study of the Church, and
the increasing financial contribu
tions from business and philan
thropic foundations.
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Take for instance the English
classes taught by Brother Ray
mond Nihill. Maryknoll Mission
er from South Boston at the local
college here.
Brother asked one of his stu
dents the meaning of expanse.
“That’s easy,” replied one ea
ger student. “Expanse is an old
pair of trousers.”
And then there was the gem
from a student who, when asked
the meaning of indigestion, re
plied:
“Indigestion is the act of di
gesting a square meal in a round
stomach.”
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mencement exercises in Cham
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Included in the class of 28-wo
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