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Presidential Previews [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Presidential Previews by Richard Kullen ( One of the most important resolutions to come before the Council so far this year has been one to set up an Academic Honor Society for Georgetown College . This week s column has been turned over to the chairman of the committee investigating this matter so that he might explain to you what he is trying to do . —G . G . ) At last week s Student Council meeting a committee was set up to investigate the possibility of inaugurating an Academic Honor Society for students in the College of Arts and Sciences . / The primary purpose of this society would be to grant recognition of academic achievement to members of all four years here at Georgetown . Since Alpha Sigma Nu and the Gold Key Society are both virtually unknown on campus , and since both are restricted to upperclassmen , there is a very real need for a group such as this resolution would set up . In granting this deserved recognition to academically outstanding students , the committee h...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Editor-in-Chief . RICHARD C . KULLEN , J R . Managing Editor . DENNIS DUFFY Business Manager ANTHONY DeLUCIA News Editor MICHAEL J . LEAHY Sports Editor . WILLIAM J . GILDEA Feature Editor ROBERT W . LYONS Copy Editor THOMAS A . KOVATS Advertising Manager ROBERT DiMAIO Photography Editor BILL FARRELL Make-up Editor JOHN M . SNYDER Circulation Editor RALPH MAZZUCA Executive Secretary JAMES J . CADDEN Headline Editor KARL WESTERN Rewrite Editor GREG SACHS Moderator EDWARD I . BURNS , S . J . News Staff : Joe Alexandre , Martin Arbagi , Mark Baldwin , John Consolini , Jim Delaplane , Robert Desmond , Bob Donovan , Joe Fallon , Bev Galloway , Dan Griffin , Steve Hanink , Tom Harron _, John Heyes , Dave Kleiler , Ed Krovitz , Ed Leonard , Ed Masterson , John McGraw , Barry Mergardt , Joe Niederst , Art Paone , John Pierz , Pedro Rosado _, Al Ross , Steve Stoll _, John Walsh , Joseph Walsh . Sports Staff : Ben Cabell _, Bill Dailey , Joe Lee , Bob Markee , Steve McDonald , Tim Murphy , To...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
r _^ ouncl-up Although hazing grows shorter each year , as vacation periods seem to , the mixer season is apparently growing longer each year . Whether this is a reflection of increased shyness on the part of college students , or just greater wariness is a question which we will leave for others ( such as George Townely ) to decide . In any event , this weekend is fairly bursting with mixers , tea dances , sock hops , and what have you ? In addition to the RallyMixer here on Friday ( on which there is a complete report elsewhere in this issue ) , there will also be mixers at Dunbarton and at Marymount that night . Saturday afternoon will be the date of Trinity s second mixer in eight days . Who says rushing is dead ? And speaking of mixers , we doff our editorial hat to Mr . John Consolini and his Senior Class Rat Race Committee for an excellent mixer last Sunday . There is only one danger that the Committee overlooked , and it is a problem which fture dance committees might well l...
Editorial On Editorials [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Editorial On Editorials Although this may be a rather dry and tedious subject for those upperclassmen who have seen this same matter examined in these same columns one , two , or even three times before , perhaps it is a good idea at the beginning of this school year to restate HOYA editorial policy for the benefit of those upperclassmen -who may have forgotten it , and especially for the information of the freshmen who have never been aware of it . As many of you may have already inferred from past experience or from the title itself , the HOYA editorials are written by the Editor . As such , they reflect his personal opinion , which may or may not coincide with the opinions of other members of the Editorial Board and staff . This is not to deny the validity of these editorials . As the only written expression of student opinion on campus , the scope of these editorials is quite restricted as to purpose : it is not left to the changing whims of changing editors . The editorials may...
LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR To the Editor : In Council Capers of October 1 , the bearded bard , Mr . Lyons , seemed to find fault with the financial success of the Student Council Bookstore . I wish to point out that the increase in profit over last year was due not to higher prices charged , but rather to a larger volume of business ( up 120 % ) . In fact the average price charged was down 20 % from last year ; while last years average price was even lower than that advised by consulted book companies . The aim of the Bookstore was two-fold : to provide textbooks at greatly reduced prices ; and to make available to the Student Council the financial resources it needs to continue and to expand its promotion of the general welfare of the Student Body . The oft quoting author of Council Capers might recall the oft quoted expression : Dont bite the
Arts & Letters [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Arts &amp; Letters K _^ juitt r _^ _ei / _idited by Tom Martin In the September 14 edition of Time magazine under Medicine there was a report on the annual convention of the American Psychological Association . The report concentrated on the University of Illinois Psychologist O . Hobart Mowrer s discussion of the role that the concept of sin should play in the future of psychotherapy . I have since had the good fortune of obtaining an unpublished copy of a recent _sptsch by Dr . Mowrer . In the speech read at the University of Pittsburgh on March 13 , 1959 , entitled Psychopathology and the Problem of Guilt , Confession , and Expiation , Dr . Mowrer first questions the classical Freudian doctrine that the neurotic has only guilt feelings and the aim of communication and self-disclosure in the therapeutic situation is mere understanding and insight . According to Freud , Dr . Mowrer continues , the neurotic is in trouble , not because of anything actually wrong which he has ...
New GU Grey Cards Reach Student Body [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
New GU Grey Cards Reach Student Body Each student in the College has been mailed a Georgetown Grey Card today , and will be entitled to the full discount benefits thereon for the fall semester—such was the gist of a report by George Giard , Yard President , at last nights Student Council meeting . The Grey Card Plan has been inaugurated at Georgetown in an effort to provide all four College classes , both resident and non-resi-dent , with a special discount at certain firms in the Washington area . College students will receive this discount upon presentation of their Grey Card and the GU ID card when purchasing the items . The Plan will be extended to two restaurants other than the one presently on it sometime this fall _, rhis will be done through the efforts of the Campus Facilities Committee . The Shoreham Hotel , featuring singer Marie McDonald , has opened its Blue Room to Hoyas and their dates at a $ 3 . 50 minimum ( replacing its normal $ 2 . 00 cover _charge ) Tuesday throu...
Campus Food Facilities Draw Public Debate [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Campus Food Facilities Draw Public Debate On Tuesday , October 13 , at 8 : 00 p . m ., a public debate , jointly sponsored by the Philodemic Society and the Student Council , will be held in Gaston Hall . The topic for the debate will be Resolved , that the Georgetown cafeteria system , including the announced improvements resulting from the new cafeteria facilities , should be maintained for all students on the present basis . George Giard , Yard President , an AB Honors student , and Dave Roxe , Philodemic President , a premed English major , are the cochairmen of the event and ¦ will preside at the debate . In addition , the Yard Officers and the members of the Philodemic are working together in this matter . The prime purpose of this combined effort is to demonstrate the usefulness of cooperation between the Yard and the particular talents of a given activity . The purpose of this debate , as pointed out by Mr . Roxe , is tc help increase student morale and to tighten the studen...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
I know not how it was—but , with the first glimpse of the Council , a sense of insufferable gloom pervaded my spirit . I say insufferable ; for the feeling was unrelieved by any of that half-pleasurable , because poetic , sentiment with which the mind usually receives even the sternest natural images of the desolate or terrible . Mr . Giard requested that all reports to be presented to the Convened Council , be submitted to the Yard Office in writing on the preceding Sunday . These reports would be duplicated and given to the Council members before the meeting was held . This would cut down on the time wasted at each meeting , which would be a good thing . The proposal was hashed , rehashed , and finally made into soup . Mr . Giard , with difficulty controlling his offspring , was heard to murmur brokenly something like , Please , boys , give it a try . Featured on the evenings program was a bewildering report from Mr . Reese re the summer storage problem . It seems that whereas ( w...
Tweedum Wuifley Star Of Wash . Club Dance [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Tweedum Wuifley Star Of Wash . Club Dance The first major dance of the Georgetown social season ¦ will get under way this Saturday evening- at nine o clock . The dance , which is emphatically for all University students , is being sponsored by the Washington Club . Theme of the dance is the colorful career of the nation s newest popular singing sensation , Tweedum Wuffley . The decorations have been planned to highlight the important events of his life thus far , as well as to reflect a portion of the brilliant future facing the nations newest idol . Music will be provided by the Jesters , who were featured at last year s University Picnic . Refreshments are included in the ticket price , which is $ 3 . 00 for general admission , with Washington Club members getting the usual fiftycent discount on tickets . The dance will end at one oclock and the necessary permissions from the area girls schools are expected to be forthcoming . The man behind the dance is Pat Buchanan , who is an A...
Chess Game [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Chess Game 1 Club Plots Maneuvers For Coming Year With an invitation to future Paladins of the chess board , the Georgetown University Chess Club held its first meeting of the year this Wednesday at 8 : 00 p . m . in the Student Activities Room . Following a welcoming address by President Dan Griffin ( AB Honors ) , guest speaker Myron Hill , past President of the Georgetown Chess Club and President of the Washington Chess League , suggested future plans for the organization . It was hoped that the Society could raise its ratings in the competitive Washington League by a vigorous recruiting of new members . As one of the few campus competitive activities to emerge undefeated after a year of intercollegiate competition , the Chess Club plans to hurl challenges this year at such teams as Navy , Mt . St . Mary s , Columbia , Fordham , NYU , and West Point . It was decided that business meetings would be held biweekly , and that a supreme effort would be made to win the first League gam...
'Porgy' Fans Await Swift Talk Tonight On Stage Classic [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Porgy Fans Await Swift Talk Tonight On Stage Classic SWIFT TALK ARRANGER . . James McShane , M&amp;E president Culture , anyone ? Kay Swift , considered to £ the world s foremost authority on the music and lyrics of Porgy and Bess , will speak tonight in the Copley lounge . The Mask and Bauble invited Miss Swift in order to forward the cultural interests of Georgetown , President Jim McShane said . Anyone interested in enlightening themselves on this great American classic should by all means come to the lecture . The Mask and Bauble itself is ( Continued on Page 6 )
GU Hazing : Pageant or Farce ? [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
GU Hazing : Pageant or Farce ? GEORGETOWN GENTLEMEN PROVE THEMSELVES What do you think about hazing in general ? What , in your opinion , is the purpose of hazing ? Does hazing have a purpose ? Do you think the freshmen should revolt ? Is your attitude towards hazing the same now as it was when you were being hazed ? Some of the more articulate members of the Junior and Senior Classes answered these and other questions on hazing at Georgetown . Upperclassmen have , if not wisdom , at least a certain objectivity towards this subject which freshmen and sophomores understandably lack . These interviews with various upperclassmen are not intended to offer any general conclusions concerning hazing , nor do they comprise a poll . They are simply the opinions of individual students , opinions which might be of interest to their peers . Bob Tynan Bob Tynan is a senior and has managed to live like one since he was a freshman . Surrounded by the Evening Star , he spoke horizontally from atop ...
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Hazing 59 ; The Inside Story [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Hazing 59 ; The Inside Story A week ago tonight , between 6 : 30 and 7 : 30 in the evening , the Class of 1963 revolted . It was a most unusual revolt . Before it was over the Sophomore Class President had inquired after the comfort of the revolutionaries and the participants in the revolt had willingly , if not meekly , put themselves back under the yoke of their oppressors . The sight of several hundred freshmen running past the front of Copley from the Quadrangle , around the corner by the faculty parking lot , down the hill behind Copley , and across the lower field to the safety of the high ground and road beyond seemed to catch most of their oppressors and all of the bystanders by surprise . Once the high ground had been reached and the ranks of the frosh were being continuously swollen by classmates running in by groups of four or five , a chant went up to the effect that : We want sophomores . Even after more sophomores had come to the base of the hill it was obvious to all ...