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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
_KoDl KRGSSWORD No ACROSS DOWN ARE YOU KQDL ENOUGH TO KRACK THIS ? 1 Did 80 mph The Swiss look up to em Yearning wood Place for defense mechanisms Indian VIP Assert One ( Spanish ) Lions Neat tree Jazzmans box What we hope you re doing right now ( 3 words ) Latin goddess , like Sophia ? Kind of cry ( 2 words ) Phone to your best gal ? ( 2 words ) Before you were born AWOL cats ? Short argument Where to find _Kools filter What Kools are as refreshing as ( 2 words ) You can depend on it Celestial arcs Smokers are 11 12 13 14 4 6 restaurant in Borne More icky Small island Unit for alley cats Unappreciative date One of the Shah s names &amp; Winged Skipping , as t my Lou Gin establishments Actor Alistair 8 16 17 18 22 24 26 26 27 29 30 31 33 35 36 39 40 6 19 20 21 6 for Kool _ _a 9 Menthol Magic Incursion Tiny communist Communists end Given money Hangout Hawaiian tree ; an altered oak Its ahead of West Poker money .., from Uncle ? People who enjoy hot music ( 2 words ) The Is of...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
AAA First Team Tom McCloskey , Big Muvas Frank Hogan , Prefects Bill Johnson , Big Muvas Paul Solomon , Legal Eagles Joe Srael , Eglags Second Team Terry Tumulty , Eglags Don Fries , Grendels Tom Murray , Bug Muvas Jim Fitzgerald , Big Muvas AA First Team Bob Gilmartin , Tavern Sal Barranco , Nips Touts Jim Naples , Procrastinators Al Hibbert , Ales John Santaniello , Nurds Second Team Charles Riccobono , Nurds Bob OConnor , Zom Zitski John OMeara , Wheezers Chick Leasure , EE Tigers * _» Team Marshall Fitz , 3 rd Healy Rebels Kev Callanan , Les Tricheurs John Majher , Vikings Jack DeSando , Kings Bart Sullivan , Push-Overs Second Team Tim Ryan , Ales Ted Joseph , 3 rd Healy Yankees Bill Loichot , Push-Overs Jack Jenney , Ales Hugh Connolly , Opposites rst
Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
( a _&lt;* uvi POLYESTER the lar gets vote popu wash by and wear fashions HASPE L ? a M • _wp I A Mi £ : H ? I ! _^ m 0 The crisp , neat look of poplin that makes it every man s favorite is here to stay in these new wash and wear fashions by Haspel . The reason is a new 65 % Dacron ( polyester )/ 35 % Cotton blend that makes it practically wrinkle-proof , even in the muggiest weather . And , of course , it launders easily , drips dry , ready to wear , with little or no ironing needed . Come in and see this flattering new suit in natural tan and olive . \ Q 95 o _^ _r _IoIiTSm ¦ _^ _W / _dS » nt _* rr » f-AfrmrV ( _ValviTtlty Shot J Shopi The Best Tradition of The Finer University 7 4848 At 36 th &amp; Streets Open for Your Convenience , Thursday til 9 : 30 A 30 to () ¦ ¦
Crew Team Anticipates Bid Season [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Crew Team Anticipates Bid Season by Ed Weathersbee With spring approaching , the enthusiasm , of the Hoya Crew ishigh . Georgetown anticipates an excellent season with the return of many members and the eagerness demonstrated by newcomers . However , to be successful , many obstacles must be overcome . The Arctic weather that has hit Washington has hindered early practice sessions . Also a cloud of uncertainty hovers over the team now . It seems that Coach Maletz , who is presently employed by the government , will receive an overseas assignment , which will force him to leave during the season . The fact that Georgetown University does not offer financial support to the crew team and that Coach Maletz volunteered his assistance will definitely handicap the crew s future when their coach leaves . Relying- on Vets The Hoyas are counting on such key men as Capt . Jim Fitzgerald , Frank Barrett and Don Whammond to / give Georgetown a victorious crew team . Vito Zambelli , Randy Maloney...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
Strike s Lucky Dr Frood is asked Why Are Today Students More edicated Industrious erio u s Dear Dr . Frood : In your day , college students were all rah-rah and raccoon coats . Today s student is more responsible , more dedicated , more industrious . What accounts for this big change ? Studious Dear body Dr Frood Why doesn Strike ? Lucky Dear Dr Frood Here are two portraits every smoke Lucky of Beethoven . One was master . The other by a is the masterpiece ? done by student . an old Which Smoker Dear Lucky doesnt everybody Why get Art Lovei straight A s ? _^ _- _^ _t _^^ v _^ _t _^ cOi Dear Dr . Frood : Grandfather s will provided a rather handsome allowance on the stipulation that I showed the courage and strength of character to stay in college . Frankly , however , I am tired of college . I have been here 40 years . Is there any way I can quit and still collect ? Senior Dear Art : The one on the left is the master s work . The stroke is deft , clean , authoritative . Every detail...
CIA Head Dulles To Speak Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
CIA Head Dulles To Speak Tuesday The Honorable Allen W . Dulles , Director of the Central _Intelligence Agency , will be the guest lecturer for the first talk of the Walsh Lecture Series on Tuesday , March 23 , in the Hall of Nations . The topic that Mr . Dulles will speak on is entitled The Problems and Threat of International Communism . This subject is one that has concerned Mr . Dulles for many years . ___¦»&gt;&lt;» .. - As Director of the CIA he is in ¬ terested , not only with the internal threat of Communist influence , but also with the domination that the Communists hope to gain throughout the world . It is hoped that those who attend the lecture will direct questions to the Intelligence Chief after his speech . Although Mr . Dulles has served in his present post for only seven years , he has been active in government work since receiving his MA from Princeton University in 1916 . During this time he served in the United States Diplomatic Corps , the Office...
CHERRY BLOSSOM Dartmouth ' s Debaters Win New Toohey Cup [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
CHERRY BLOSSOM Dartmouth s Debaters Win New Toohey Cup DARTMOUTH WINNERS . . . Coach Herbert James , David Finegold , Frank Mahady , and Dr . John Parr , Dean of the School of Foreign Service . by Joe Niederst The presentation of the new Toohey Challenge Cup to Dartmouth University last Saturday evening in Gaston Hall brought down the curtain on Georgetown s twelfth annual national invitational Cherry Blossom Debate Tournament . It all began on Thursday morning , with registration in the Palms Lounge of the Walsh Building and proceeded in various assembly rooms throughout the University , until the grand climax on Saturday evening . By that time , the field of contenders had been narrowed down to two : St . John s College of Hillcrest and Dartmouth College , the best Affirmative and Negative teams , respectively . Their topic for debate was , Resolved : that Congress should be given the power to reverse the decisions of the Supreme Court . The final round got under way around 7 : 30...
Alleirs Receives Medal In Catholic Philosophy [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Alleirs Receives Medal In Catholic Philosophy The American Philosophy Association announced last week that its 1960 Cardinal Spellman Thomas Aquinas medal for outstanding contributions to Catholic philosophy would be awarded to Dr . Rudolf Allers , Professor Emeritus of Philosophy of Georgetown , on Monday , April 18 , in St . Louis . Dr . Allers is a widely recognized psychologist and psychiatrist , having had a distinguished career both here and abroad . He received his medical degree from the University of Vienna in 1906 , where he studied under Dr . Alfred Adler , and in 1934 was awarded a doctorate in philosophy by the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan . Before coming to America , Dr . Allers taught at the German University of Prague , the University of Munic , and the University of Vienna . In 1938 , he became professor of psychology and scholastic philosophy at the Catholic University of America , and is a past president of the Metaphysical Society of America ....
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Gteen Takes Over Command Of Police From Capt . Thomas Captain Frederick Thomas has resigned as Chief of the Georgetown Police Force , and his Lieutenant , Paul P . Green , has been promoted to the position . The decision was announced , effective March 9 , by Father T . Byron Collins , S . J ., and Brother Francis J . Weiss , S . J . Captain Thomas , the former Chief , resigned his position because of personal reasons . Urges Student Co-operation Captain Green has served as second-in-command on the new GU police force since its start last fall . As its new chief , he is now responsible for a total force of 26 men . When accepting his promotion , Captain Green stressed that he would work towards closer student-police relationships . He said that , Students are urged to come to us anytime when in need of police help . He indicated that the students have generally accepted the force and that relationships between the two are constantly improving . Campus Protection When questioned on t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
New High Alumni Donations Swell 60 Funds Dr . James S . Ruby announced the final total of the Georgetown University Fundraising Drive last week , noting a 15 per cent , increase over last year s record total . Dr . Ruby , Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association , attributed much of the success of the campaign to the energy of volunteer workers . In speaking about the drive , the most fruitful in the Universitys history , he remarked , It shows a very definite tendency to increase , and we want to keep it that way . This year , 4 , 260 contributors donated $ 227 , 135 . 98 , compared with last years total of $ 192 ,- 594 . 71 received from 4 , 033 individuals . Included in the total was $ 58 , 470 for the Medical School ; $ 24 , 624 for the College of Arts and Sciences ; $ 11 , 188 for the Law School ; $ 4 , 083 for the Foreign Service School ; and $ 1 , 459 for the Graduate School . The University plans to use the funds in many different areas , including $ 60 , 000 for schola...
Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Council Capers by Bill Gargaro Now I know why they call that pooped poop-sheet that gets handed is a report on the previous Student Council meeting the Student Council minutes . The reason became clear to me on Wednesdaj night when I noticed that I had spent the major portion of th &lt; meeting staring at my watch . Let me suggest , then , that we call lasi week s minutes the Student Council hours . Minutes really seems such an inadequate term . For clarification s sake , and in keeping with unprecedented tradi tion , here s a blow by blow , puff by puff description of what went or ( if that s what happened ) . 8 : 00 p . m . President s report : The sandwich machine in the basement of White-Gravenor still isn t working , said George Giard . ( This is the third consecutive week we ve considered the sandwich machine , ii almost seems like one of us now . Lately I ve caught myself worrying about its wife and kids . ) 8 : 15 Campus facilities report . Mr . McAllister said that ...
SC Revision [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
SC Revision Although there has been a good deal of talk _aboul Student Council revision over the past few months , this talk has revolved for the most part around how the Counci : should be changed rather than why it should be changed . On the comparatively rare occasions that reasons for the change have been discussed , the arguments for change have centered about two main ideas . One assertion is that the number of activity heads on the Council should be decreased and the number of political members , men elected by the members of their own class , should be increased accordingly because , so the argument goes , the heads of activities are primarily committed to their own activities , both in amount of time consumed and voting responsibility . In other words , the activity head does not have the time to devote to Council work because he must put it in on his own activity , and , in case of a vote involving the activity he represents , he would be obliged to vote for that activity ...