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Representative Boggs Speaks on Challenge [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Representative Boggs Speaks on Challenge Last Wednesday night , March 2 , Representative Hale Boggs ( Democrat ) from Louisiana spoke to a large audience in the Palms Lounge . The occasion was a meeting of the Young Democrats , to whom Congressman Boggs spoke on The Challenge of the Sixties . The substance of the Congressman s talk concerned the challenge which faces this nation in the next ten years , and how the Democratic party should respond to that challenge . In assessing the strength of his party , the Congressman mentioned that it is the oldest of the American political parties , being founded by Thomas Jefferson , and also the largest , according to recent public opinion polls . Congressman Boggs quoted Thomas Jefferson as saying that the essential difference between the Democratic Party and the Fed ¬ eralist Party , the predecessor of the Republican Party , was that the Democratic Party was the party of hope and innovation , while the Federalist Party was the party of cons...
ARTS & LETTERS AK I _> Ot LE I I EK _) [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
ARTS &amp; LETTERS AK I _&gt; Ot LE I I EK _) ( Continued from Page 3 ) But why did Freud feel himself to be in mortal conflict with Moses , the Law Giver ? Dr . Mowrer s answer is that perhaps the most basic tenet of psychoanalysis is that neurosis is due to great severity of the superego ; and Freud may be said to have invented _psychoanalysis for the avowed purpose of combatting conscience , the superego , the Law , and by implication , the Law Giver . If Freud conceived himself as the new Law-Giver , then Moses , whose place he was preempting , had to be destroyed . The dialectic of evil continues : if God ( through Moses ) is identified with the superego , then he who liberates mankind from the superego , he who is the suspended permissive superego , is the Devil himself , or more properly , the psychological and metaphorical image of the Devil . Freud played the Devil for a good cause , perhaps ( i . e ., to cure a person s despair from a lost faith ) , but , a...
McGarry , WRC Hosts To Tanous [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
McGarry , WRC Hosts To Tanous Pete Tanous of WGTB appeared on WRC radio last week , and termed it the crowning experience of three years on WGTB radio . With Mac McGarry of the nightly radio show , Music Til Midnight , serving as host , Tanous played records , and quipped with McGarry between discs . McGarry has been featuring disc jockeys from area college radio stations on his program , to give them network experience . He and Tanous reminisced over college days , with McGarry , a Fordham graduate , doing most of the reminiscing . Commenting on Georgetown s radio station , he complimented WGTB for its fine programming , as shown by its selection of record albums . Tanous is a senior , and an AB economics major , from Miami , Florida . He features the same type of music as Mac—big bands and top vocalists —on his Wednesday night , Showcase in Music , program from 7 to 8 p . m .
. A , See Russia ¦ Hiii I 960 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
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Band Abandons Hilltop For N . Y . Girls' Schools [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Band Abandons Hilltop For N . Y . Girls Schools Tomorrow morning , the 85 members of the Georgetown University band , under the direction of Don Griffith , will leave for New York City to play for several womens colleges . Hosting these concerts are : College of New Rochelle on Friday evening , Mount St . Vincents College in New York City on Saturday , and Georgian Court , Lakewood , New Jersey , on Sunday afternoon . The theme—Variety in Music—will include classical selections , show tunes , and jazz . The classical pieces will be Dvorak s New World Symphony , Ravels Bolero , and Aaron Copeland s Mississippi Suite . My Fair Lady and Escapada are next on the bill . As a finale , the 14piece Collegians dance band will play jazz selections from its concert of last semester . Jim Hauser , the band president , is an AB economics major from New York City . Collegian trombonist , he is a member of the Student Council , the HOYA , and the Senior Ball Committee . Vice-presi-dent Jim Delaney...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
DILL _VHILC I SPORTS EDITOR Winter s frost will soon depart and spring- will be upon us . Here at Georgetown this means that a whole array of outdoor sports will capture the attention of Hoya boosters throughout the coming months . The coaches are now prepping their various squads , concentrating on the challenging schedules that lie before them . But first , the closing of basketball at McDonough Gymnasium is claiming the spotlight . Intramural layoffs are already well in progress with about twenty teams from all three leagues fighting for their respective championships . On March 18-20 the annual Knights of Columbus Invitational High School Tourney will bring down the curtain on winter sports at GU . A total of eight teams will compete for the KofC title , the most coveted post-season high school championship in the East . John Carroll and St . John s have already accepted bids and will be the local representatives in the tournament . Director Gus Coupe has , in the past , assembl...
Hoya Trackmen Wind Up Indoor Season at IC 4 As [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Hoya Trackmen Wind Up Indoor Season at IC 4 As . counted in the final standings , the freshmen copped third slot in the Medley Relay . Blozis Mark Bettered . In an , The 1960 Indoor Track season closed with a wave of mixed feelings for coach Elmer Hap Hardell and his battling boardmen . In the IC 4 A Annual Indoor Championships at New York s Madison Square Garden last Saturday , the Georgetown aggregation could only muster a total of five points through the efforts of Bob Vinton and Al Hoddinottextra eventnot ton and Notre Dame s Ron Gregory ran at the same pace for the first three quarters , until Gregory spurted ahead on the final lap to win easily . Vinton , with second place clinched , eased up to finish 22 yards behind Gregory . The time of the winner was 4 : 13 . 1 . In the 60 Yard High Hurdles , Al Hoddinott , the 1958 IC 4 A champ , took a heartbreaking fifth place . In the runoff among the beaten semi-finalists for a chance to compete in the finals , Hoddinott finished seco...
Polo Team In NY Action Faces Cornell In Tourney [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Polo Team In NY Action Faces Cornell In Tourney This evening at six o clock , the Georgetown Polo Team will play Cornell University in the semi-finals of the Intercollegiate Polo Tournament at New York s Squadron A Armormy . Both teams received a bye in the first round . The Tournament is invitational and sponsored by the United States Polo Association . Cornell , Georgetown , Harvard , Yale , and possibly Miami and Texas A&amp;M will enter . Cornell is ranked number one , and seems likely to retain that position , having- just completed a very successful indoor season . This puts them at an obvious advantage over the Hoyas , who have been unable to practice at all since their last game in October . ( See Sportangles on this page . ) The team plans to open their spring season on April 2 , possibly against Harvard . Departing- from Woodlawn Plantation , the spring games will be held at the Dollbaby Farm which is located about 45 minutes from school on River Road in Maryland ....
Muvas Reach Final IM Playoff Round [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Muvas Reach Final IM Playoff Round by Bob Pruner The Big Muvas advanced to the AAA finals , along with the Legal Eagles , as a result of easy wins over the Prefects and Grendels . Dick Razzetti and Tom Dwyer scored half of the Muvas points in a 58-43 romp over the Prefects . Bill Johnson and Tom McCloskey then teamed up with 35 points to eliminate the Grendels 66-49 . The AA and A playoffs were anything but romps , with six games being decided in the last minute of play . Nips Reach Finals In the AA , the Nips advanced to the finals by virtue of a pair of squeakers over the Wheezers and the Nurds . Sal Barranco tallied 19 points , including a last minute clincher in a 34-31 win over the Wheezers . They then had to go into overtime to turn back the Nurds 52-48 . Barranco again led the way with 18 but John Santaniello scored 21 for the losers . It was Santaniello s last-second jump shot that gave the Nurds a 34-32 win over the EE Tigers and a spot in the semi-finals . In another tight...
Hoyas Retu To Rackets [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Hoyas Retu To Rackets m by Jack Scott During the last week , many Hoyas have been noticed taking great interest in rackets , squash racquets that is . The facts are that the annual Georgetown Intramural Squash Tournament has begun and the squashers are now in the process of playing their first round elimination matches . The tournament is under the direction of Mr . Murtagh , an excellent player in his own right . The twenty-six participants have been divided into two divisions for the purpose of more orderly competition for the vacant crown . Tourney Favorites The champion for the last two years , Pete Coleman , graduated last June , leaving the crown to be fought for in what is expected to be some very exciting matches . Among the favorites , soph Bill McConlogue , a loser in last year s semifinals to Pete Coleman , must be considered a definite possibility to take it all . Dick Razzetti _, Georgetown s number one tennis player , ¦ has just taken up the game , but with a racquet i...
Varsity , ROTC Rifle Teams Close Slates [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Varsity , ROTC Rifle Teams Close Slates by Dave Bickers As the season for the Hoya riflemen draws to a close , the members of the team are practicing daily in preparation for the big sectional matches at Kings Point , which will close out the season later this month . Under the rifle team set-up here at Georgetown , there are actually two teams : the varsity and the ROTC . Those members of the varsity who are in the ROTC program comprise the latter team . The varsity team , captained this year by George Carr , because of some tough breaks has only been able to manage one victory in six starts , while the ROTC team has compiled a very respectable 5 and 2 ledger . The sole varsity victory came last week with Johns Hop ¬ kins the victim . Coach of the varsity group is Sgt . Floyd Harris of the Army ROTC , who , incidentally , is one of the best shooters in the D . C . area . Captain Reiner Brinson is the overall supervisor of both teams . The riflemen do their practicing down at the ar...
Vinton Is Athlete of Week [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Vinton Is Athlete of Week The Student Athletic Committee has elected Bob Vinton their first Athlete of the Week . Henceforth , SAC will handle the election in an effort to broaden the scope of the voting and thus provide a widespread opinion . WGTB will maintain a representative on the election board . Vinton ran an excellent mile in last week s IC 4 A Meet , finishing second to Notre Dame s Ron Greg ¬ ory , the favorite in the event . Bob crossed the wire about 22 yards behind Gregory , who posted a good 4 : 13 . 1 clocking in winning . The previous week , Vinton copped another second place in his indoor Mile Run debut at the N . Y . KofC Meet , also held at Madison Square Garden . Ed Moran of the NYAC won the event by a slight margin of approximately 6 yards .
SQUASH TOURNEY [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
SQUASH TOURNEY ( Continued from Page 10 ) The results of the matches played in the first division show firstround victories for : Rev . Paul Donovan , S . J ., James Fay , John Kerkering , Frank Lauinger , Kevin McGrath , Thompson Ryan , and John Wolf . Only a match between Robert Ruzanic and Heinz Honeck remains to be played in this division . In the second division , the toughest match of the first round was played between Dan OLeary and Dick Razzetti , resulting in a 15-10 , 10-15 , 15-6 , 15-8 victory for Razzetti .
IM PLAYOFFS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
IM PLAYOFFS ( Continued from Page 10 ) winners due to the fine rebounding and defensive work of Joe Cernik . The Push-Overs weathered an effective full court press by the Ales in the last five minutes to hang on and win 31-29 . Outscored from the floor 26-18 , the winners went to the foul line to make 13 for 19 for the margin of victory . Franco and Jenney accounted for 25 of the losers 29 points .