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Ryan Heads Hazing As Centennial Begins "The Centennial Hazing Program of Georgetown Uni -versity will be organized , " stated Hazing Chairman Tin Ryan . "Hazing will begin officially on Monday , Septembei 28 , and continue until Friday , the second of October . " "Does this mean that upperclassmen won't be able tc get the frosh to help them with their bags ? " we asked . 1 |§§ " ' " : _^ i _^ _Hij _^^ . _S' ? _% _fcSs replied . "We ' re certain thai ffjlf _^ jBB / t _^^^^ ' _^^^ _^ e _f res _hmen 'will feel obli _^^ _m'JSSS _^^^^^^^ gated to return the favors _BBWBMreiMEp _^ l ' _^ _mgfflBI which the upperclassmen paic H _^^ _HHMJH& _||||^^ _fflw £ them when they arrived £ _||^^^| H _^ H _^ _VHHgB&i £ _? _395 HHg SS _^ ew days ago . " HBH 8 | Hf _||| 9 H HH § _ld _^ H _^ KS _9 . "But that ' s as far as it will go ?' BBB _^ h _^^^^ _IPw _^ HB _^ HHBS Hh "Yes—so far as the Sophomore _SSHI _^ H _^ Av _/ f _^ _AHHlHESBl and the Hazing Committee H _^^^ HHiHra . _' _< _W » B _^ B _^ BBBHB are concerned . We have _nothing H _^^ HH _^^ _H'l&lHjS _^ HBHflB planned until the twenty-eighth . " bHHHHHB ! _sHH _^ h 9 _^ B _^^| We questioned him further or _H _^^^^^^ Hn _^ M _^^ H _^^ _Hi _^ _HHi the Position of tlle average frost B _|^^^ MHflHttfi _^^ SBflH _|^^^ SH an < _^ _* ne P ur P ° se ° _f hazing in gen -|^^ BHS 91 _^ 9 hS _^^^^^ 9 H 8 _^ bB 1 eral . Mr . Ryan icily answered : J _^^^ BHBh | h 9 _^^^^^^ 9 E 89 "The freshmen will be considered _" _^^^^^^^^^^^^^¦^^^¦ _M the 'distant brothers' of the Soph -Tim Ryan omore Class . We sophomores be -lieve that the ultimate aim of the Fr Dwan _Poifaalc Hazing'Program will be to accept • _IVyall I evedl 5 the freshmen into our ranks and _q ¦ • ¦• * j . j . * ' unite'their class . " KOIICe LI HI 11 a TIO n S , He then explained that stringent > - ¦ • _>^ «| rules would govern the frosh . be -rGQClinC } _HrODISmS ginning Monday : ( 1 ) Every fresh -_ ... • -r-. _x-i man must purchase _~ a hazing kit , In a recent interview Father which wiU consist of a hat , tie , and John Ryan , S . J ., Director of articles relevant to the Program . Student Personnel , revealed These articles are to be worn at .,. ¦" .,. . all times—except when in the class -that the disciplinary regula- room > the shower > and the bed . bions will be unchanged this ( 2 ) All upperclassmen are to be year , announced that the food addressed at all times as "Sir . " service program has been expanded ( 3 ) All freshmen must have their to handle the increased enrollment , hair trimmed to a length not to and squelched the current crop of exceed one-half ( V _£ ) inch . This rumors about the scope of the new must be accomplished by Septem -GJeorgetown Police Department . ber 28 , 1959 . Father Ryan emphasized that the ( 4 ) The freshmen shall be obliged : ampus police does not carry with to walk sideways across the Quad -t any increase in jurisdiction over rangle . ; he student body . "They have , " ( 5 ) The school song and melody ; aid Father Ryan , " nothing to do must be known verbatim by all it all with disciplining the boys . " freshmen . The regulations on hours , Mass ( 6 ) Freshmen will not be allowed ittendance , and social functions to use "Old North Porch . " • emain unchanged and may be read ( 7 ) Every freshman must carry n full in the G-Book . on his person at all times , cigar -( Cont . on Page 3 ) ettes , gum , one argyle sock and a [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

Ryan Heads Hazing As Centennial Begins The Centennial Hazing Program of Georgetown University will be organized , stated Hazing Chairman Tin Ryan . Hazing will begin officially on Monday , Septembei 28 , and continue until Friday , the second of October . Does this mean that upperclassmen wont be able tc get the frosh to help them with their bags ? we asked . 1 |§§ : _^ i _^ _Hij _^^ . _S ? _% _fcSs replied . We re certain thai ffjlf _^ jBB / t _^^^^ _^^^ _^ e _f res _hmen will feel obli _^^ _mJSSS _^^^^^^^ gated to return the favors _BBWBMreiMEp _^ l _^ _mgfflBI which the upperclassmen paic H _^^ _HHMJH&amp;amp; _||||^^ _fflw £ them when they arrived £ _||^^^| H _^ H _^ _VHHgB&amp;amp;i £ _? _395 HHg SS _^ ew days ago . HBH 8 | Hf _||| 9 H HH § _ld _^ H _^ KS _9 . But that s as far as it will go ? BBB _^ h _^^^^ _IPw _^ HB _^ HHBS Hh Yes—so far as the Sophomore _SSHI _^ H _^ Av _/ f _^ _AHHlHESBl and the Hazing Committee H _^^^ HHiHra . _ _&amp;lt; _W » B _^ B _^ BBBHB ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

The change most immediately and forcefully noticeable to returning Hoyas has taken place in the campus police . The consolidation of the two previously existing University security forces , the addition of new equipment and the work of the new police chief have resulted in a unit whose efficiency has been immediately , and perhaps disturbingly , apparent to each returning student . A survey of the old security system was taken during July and August by Captain Frederick Scott Thomas , a retired Marine officer who now runs the fifty-five man police force recommended by his report . The survey led to the conclusion that the security force s size and equipment had not been expanded commensurately with the expansion of the physical plant over the last five years . Captain Thomas is now in the process of effecting the improvements outlined in his report . The University Hospital Guards and the Campus Guard have been consolidated into the Georgetown Police Department , whose fifty-five me...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

Father Edward I . Burns New HOYA Moderator It s like coming home . With these words Father Edward I . Burns , S . J ., expressed his satisfaction at his recent assignment to Georgetown and appointment to the _¦» -: _» J _Jai _^ _feJ _; _S * _-i _K-j !|» iirig _^ ai _^ lgBII P ° sition of Moderator of the W $ _ffi&amp;amp;F § _ffl&amp;amp;iir _™* Wk ! Ji • _¦ iftlHw Burns graduated from Gonzaga _^^ _^¦ _J@B _^^ IBfc _ia _§ J&amp;amp;m e _. &amp;gt;&amp;gt; - _7 H the society of Jesus immediately _^^^^^ _SBSffiffit _™^^ _~ _^ B tnereafter and received his AB fiif _§§^ 9 _|^^ 2 PH _^^ HHHj |||~ _^^ &amp;amp;H His first teaching assignment was _grayj _^^^^^ B _^ _TB _^^^ BK- _ _Jl at Scranton Prep . w _^ BI _^^ B _^ _BfcflMBIIlBl _^ i _^ IBBI Following his theological trainllH _^^^ I _^^^^^^ HBSI 9 r _*^ Bi ing at Woodstock , Father Burns _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ _Bem f _glgB jflH was _ordained in 1957 and completed _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ H _^ hhkl _^^ 9 _^ is tertianship at Aur...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

¦ ¦ Dr . Beltie Gilani Indian Politician , To Address IRC What are the consequence ; of the recent Chinese invasioi of India s northern provinces Can the Indians contain _thest Red invasions ? And how does this Communist attack tie ii with Laos civil war and _tht Khrushchev peace offensive ? On Tuesday , September 29 , Dr Beltie S . Gilani — eminent au thority on contemporary Indiai affairs — will answer these am other questions in a talk entitlec Implications of the Recent China India Border Dispute . This ad dress will be the lead-off of tht 1959-60 International Relation ; Club Lecture Series , and will take place in Copley Lounge at 8 p . m Jim Cadden , President of tht IRC , commented that a variec lecture series would by no means be the club s sole function . These lecture meetings will be generously interlaced with discussion sessions , where individual students will be given the opportunity tc speak their minds on current international problems , he said . Discussion meeting...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

Burns Burns

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

_^ hteael , _iVlarx _, and _fffr . _~ -J \ by Tom Martin From the very moment of the announcement of Khrushchev s visit to the U . S ., there have been countless objections made . The objections have been of all kinds . They have ranged from the fact that he is one of the most brutal mass murderers of all time to the fact that he is the head of a country whose political system is diametrically opposed to the political system of the U . S . and the free world . These objections have been voiced by all kinds of people ; by liberal Democrats and conservative Republicans , by refugee Eastern Europeans and by established American families , by Catholics and Protestants and Jews . Yet the most basic objection , and the one upon , which the others are founded , has been generally unseen or overlooked . That is the metaphysical objection . In order for two people to converse in good faith with each other they must have a common ground of agreement . The most basic starting point is stated i...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

A Welcome And Commentary This first issue of the HOYA is intended primarily to welcome the new Freshman Class and to acquaint them with the Georgetown campus : its personalities , buildings , and activities . And on behalf of the HOYA staff and the Georgetown student body we would like to extend our sincere best wishes to the members of the Class of 1963 . May you justify the confidence which Georgetown has placed in you . We are certain that Georgetown will amply return your faith in her . Just as you have chosen Georgetown because it is the oldest and finest Catholic college in the United States , so , too , did the members of the present Senior Class select Georgetown for the same reason four years ago . There is this difference , though . The United States has grown larger in these few years , and Georgetown has grown better . This relatively short period of time has seen the introduction of an Honors Program ; the erection of several new buildings , including the beautiful new ...

Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

Father Rector s Message GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY : : Washington 7 , D . C . Office of the President September 24 , 1959 GENTLEMEN OF GEORGETOWN : To all of you —both those who are returning to complete your courses , and those especially who come to our Campus for the first time —a most sincere and hearty welcome , in my own name and in the name of Georgetown . I hardly need stress that we have a serious mutual pur pose in meeting and living together here in these halls on the banks of the Potomac , namely the education and forma tion of truly cultured Christian gentlemen . To this end Georgetown was founded and continues her dedicated existence ; for this purpose the curriculum , of studies and lectures and seminars has been thoughtfully devised ; and this is the fundamental reason underlying the disciplinary rules and regulations governing your daily lives at Georgetown . Administrative and instructional faculties have but one central goal and purpose—your training , your advancement...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959
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Frs . McGrath , Sellinger and Ryan Top Georgetown Administrators [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

Frs . McGrath , Sellinger and Ryan Top Georgetown Administrators High positions demand responsibility and require great ability . This maxim does not fall shori of its mark in describing the holders of the positions of Academic Vice-President , Dean of the College , Dean of Admissions , and Student Personnel Director . _I _^ B _^^^ H _^ I _^^^ SI _^^ IB _^ IB _^ bk ¦¦ * ¦* ¦ : Kev . Brian MeGrath , S . J . ( Photo by Chase , Ltd . ) _M | | BI . . ... the Fr . Brian McGrath , S . J ., the Academic Vice-President , is no stranger to the Washington area . He was born here and then attended Jesuit-taught Gonzaga High here in the District . After graduating from Gonzaga , Fr . McGrath entered the Society of Jesus at St . Andrew s-on-Hudson in 1931 . An extensive education with an impressive array of degrees followed , Among the schools Fr . McGrath has attended and the degrees that he holds are : St . Louis U ., AB and PhL ; Georgetown University , MA ( Political Science ); Woodstock Col...

Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

HOYA Reporter Extends Frosh Advice and Verse by Dave Roxe way to momentary sobriety at th « Tis now that somber September si _Sn-in desk ere collapsing intc time of year when Autumn leaves tneir D _nks . fall softly as summer memories , Therefore we will conclude thest and grey squirrels chirruk cheer- _meanderings with the followini fully among the keep off the grass bit of moral verse _, signs . In the midst of this lyrically Twas in the grey November , lovely setting there intrudes an- How well do I remember—nually upon the Georgetown scene I was walking down the street ir the hordes of would be Hoyas more manly pride _, properly referred to as Homo when my heart g £ ) t all aflutter _lresnmani And _j feU down in thg guttej % It is to these gentlemen ( we use And a pig came by and _j there the term loosely ) that we dedicate at my side this column and we will attempt as we did last year to set their A r I 1 &amp;lt; l as * lay there In the Sntter , wee feet on the path toward...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

Fr . Edward Bunn Entering Ninth Year of Presidency In inviting , the Reverend WBB _^^ _SSBIS _^^ _Kk Edward B . Bunn to accept an _^^^ m _/ K _^^^^^^^^ honorary degree , the Board of _ffS % _/~? l ! lll | H _^ ll Trustees of Brandeis Univer- _j _^ _SfjKt . _WS _Ma _^^ K _^ _-S sity wrote : You have ren- _uJsgi _-JS _^ ml . _&amp;lt; _&amp;amp; _!?** * : WH _$ 0 $ dered magnificent service in a _. fSm _^ M _^ _Sr * _^ \ _$ _^ _% most productive life , and you have _ h _ _^? v £ fi * _jf ; L . . *¦ _ * _fiS _?( i blessed many areas . Through your i V _A- _^ -HL _^ _Hl _^ _^ _- _^ _t- . ¦ JJi _jff- . _rfi / _-, presidency of Georgetown Univer- ? -. _] _= ¦ , _HJ _^^^^^ _lv _^ X _$ _* _^ _i • sity , you have strengthened the \ ; , • _ {¦ ¦ • _^ BBB 5 * e _£ - _^ 1 . t _ _;; jr _^ M y . • model of a quality college and its , , ¦ ; v ; _^¦ H _^^^ _^ V _^ _jAjj _^ • • austerest standards . ¦ V - _^ _S _^ H _^ _k _^^ _MH _^^ fl _^ _fe Fr . Bunn arrived at Georgetown _[^^^^^^ S _^ Sm...

Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

Fr . Ryan ( Cont . from Page 1 ) Until the new dining facilities ir the New South building are in operation the food service program is going to require cooperation from the student body if it is to run smoothly . Times of all meals have been lengthened by half an hour ; but to insure that all students will be served ¦ with a minimum of delay , Father Ryan and the food service department request that freshmen and sophomores try to eat in the earlier part of the meal times . The number of persons boarding on campus will exceed 1500 this year , an increase of about 400 from 58-59 . This means that in the course of a meal the dining halls will be filled and emptied four times . This increase has been caused by the fact that all Foreign Service and Business Administration students must spend their first year on campus and by the large size of the College s freshman class . The new dining hall is expected to be open by the end of Thanksgiving vacation .

Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

Hazing Begins ( Cont . from Page 1 ) freshman s social life must nevei be neglected . So , on the 29 th oi September at 7 : 00 p . m ., the sophomores will sponsor a Centennial Songfest on the lower field . Attendance is mandatory — if you cant sing , just hum . A good time will be had by some . Thursday will bring the revival of the annual push-ball game between the sophomores and the frosh at 4 : 30 p . m . on the upper field . A tug of war will -be held afterwards for the survivors . The evening of festivity will end with another court session at 7 : 00 p . m . for the two and three time losers . Hazing will end the next day , Friday , October 2 , with a slave auction which will be held out of doors , rain or shine , at 7 : 00 p . m .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
New QPI System [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

New QPI System ( Cont . from Page ) ing the latter part of this semester each student will receive a copy of his transcript with the September 59 QPI listed under the former ( 3 point ) system and transmitted to the current ( 4 point ) system .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

Father John Daley Appoi nted Pro vi ncia I _ T ___ Woodstock , Father Daley spent one Very Reverend John M . year in Rathfarnhan Castle , IreDaley , of the Society of Jesus , land , and was engaged in special formerly Dean of the Gradu- ascetical study _, ate School of Georgetown Uni- _JSy _ _nfl _^ _SK £ 22versity and a native of Phila- tinued graduate work and was delphia , Pennsylvania , is the awarded the PhD in history in new Provincial Supervisor of » _** _£ ¦ _g ££ _^ _S 2 £ g the Maryland Province of the Press under the title of GeorgeJesuit Order . Father Daley s town University : Origin and Early appointment , which was made _^ _byTclS _^ _^ ian _* _* by Very Reverend John Bap- 1958 and the author received the tist Janssens , Superior Gen- John Gilmary Shea prize from the eral of the Society of Jesus , was American Catholic Historical Aseffective July 31 , 1959 . He sue- s ° « ation . ceeded Very Reverend William F . In 1954 , Father Daley became Mahoney , S . J ., who had...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

- _^ T rt&amp;amp; and . _aJLetterS ( Cont : from Page 2 ) , It will be remembered that Marx found a . framework in Hegel s dialectical idealism which , if turned on its _ head and combined with Marx own brand of materialism , would provide Marx with his own philosophy of history . Essential to Hegel s dialectic was his equating of a mental image with reality in a certain stage of the dialectic . Hegel reasoned that if one could think of two opposites , the two opposites could and must exist in reality . In simpler terms , Hegel quite flatly denied the principle of non-contradiction . This dialectic was adopted by Marx . ( It might be noted that this interpretation of the Hegelian dialectic does not find agreement among all philosophers . But this is not surprising . Hegel himself said before his death , Nobody can understand me . ) From the time that Khrushchev joined the Party as a young man 41 years ago , he has been saturated with Marxist doctrines , including the denial of ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959

HELP ! If you think that graduat &amp;lt; engineering students hav &amp;lt; been offered fabulous induce ments to join _maufacturinj ; firms , just wait—you ain 1 heard nothin yet . Look a 1 what the HOYA offers you : _i private office ( completely equippec with nurses telephone number ; and a file-card index of all tht girls schools in the vicinity ) , mans a typewriter , reams of stationery a pencil-sharpener , secret dossier : on faculty members ( to be usec only in emergencies , i . e ., cases oi flunking ); all this together with s chance to see your own wonderful name ( we are sorry , but we have to restrict this offer . to names containing no more than fifty-seven letters ) in print . Top all this with an end of the year banquet and you have a position well worth fighting for The beauty of it all is that you dont have to fight foi it . We are ready and willing to take all comers . ( As you can see from the above , we stand in special need of writers who are not as add...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 September 1959
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