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Doug Potvin, Director of Loyola College's Evening Division being presented with a bust of himself by Esther Wertheimer, coordinator of Loyola College's Fine Arts program and Father Patrick G. Malone, S.J.
- December 22, 1972
Memorial night for John Gottisheim. From left to right, Gary Brown, Father Patrick G. Malone, S.J., Mrs. John Gottisheim (Elizabeth) and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Larkin with the portrait of the late John Gottisheim, '68, presented to Mrs. Gottisheim in a special pre- Christmas ceremony honouring the former Warriors basketball captain.
- February 7, 1974
"Whatever Happened to Loyola?" campaign. From left to right, John W. O'Brien (Rector of Concordia University), Harry Hemens (Chancellor) and Father Patrick G. Malone, S.J. (President of Loyola College) at the Loyola Student Assembly.
- October 26, 1969
Fall Convocation 1969. From left to right, the Very Reverend Patrick G. Malone. S.J., president of Loyola College; Mr. Douglas Potvin, director of the Evening Division, Randall C. Rose, Evening Division medal winner and Dr. Alphonse Riverin, president of l'Université du Québec. Mr. Rose received a B.Sc., magna cum laude, at the 1969 Fall Convocation ceremony.
- May 13, 1970
Recipients of Special Awards at Convocation 1970. From left to right, Terrence Whalen (Loyola C.O.T.C. Medal), Robert Alexander Nicholas Caden (Minister of Education's Silver Medal for Commerce), Patricia Joyce Leggett (Governor-General's Medal), Rev. Patrick G. Malone, S.J., Paul Andrew Lam Sun Hwang (Minister of Education's Silver Medal for Science), Eduard Cerny (Loyola Engineering Medal) and Henry Arthur O'Keeffe (Evening Division Medal).
- June 1, 1974
CBC broadcaster and journalist Barbara Frum arrives at Loyola Spring Convocation where she will deliver the convocation address. She is accompanied by Father Patrick Malone, Rector John W. O'Brien follows with other dignitaries.
- November 1971
Ralph Nader signing a book. Fr. Patrick G. Malone, S.J. is on his right. Nader was giving a speech about industrial pollution at Loyola College. An unidentified person can be seen in the background.