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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

Letters To The Editor Freud , The Devil To The Editor : Tom Martin s column concerning Freud , the Devil , in the March 10 edition of the HOYA was almost comical in its ignorance of the Freudian method of Psychotherapy and of the background of Sigmund Freud . It appeared that Mr . Martin was grasping at any method , however ludicrous , to fit into his preconceived notion of Freud . First of all , there is no evidence that Freud was saturated with the Cabalistic tradition . It is doubtful that Freud ever read Ben Garson or Hasdai Crescas , and he certainly never commented on them . But even if Freud had referred to the Cabalists , their central notion was not of Moses the Law Giver but rather a pantheistic view of all substance . It is clear that Freud s revolt was much more sweeping than against that doctrine . To thus imply that psychoanalysis is a Jewish phenomena is absurd . That Freud psychologically be lieved that he was doing the Devil s work , by destroying the basis oi most ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

_fisound-up We seem to have been eating more of our meals at the cafeteria lately , and out of gratitude for the reduced drain on our wallet , we would like to compliment Mr . Popores and his aides for presenting food to the student body which seems to us to have definitely improved in quality . And it s usually even warm . The Fine Arts Club s latest project is an art exhibit which is now occupying the Hall of Nations . The exhibit will be open from 9 : 00 in the morning until 9 : 00 at night until next Tuesday , and is well worth a visit . SVO will sponsor a talk by Dr . Walter Giles on this Friday evening at 9 : 15 in Palms Lounge . His topic will be SVO : A Case Study In Student Activities . It says here that all activity heads are urged to attend . Jack Wolfe , a Foreign Service junior , has been elected vice-chair-man of the District of Columbia Young Democratic Student Federation . Arts and Letters has a new byline this week , that of Thomas Anderson of the Junior Class . Mr ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

Editorial

Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

The Magic Lantern by John J . Campbell ( Ed Note : John Campbell , AB Honors sophomore , has written The Magic Lantern this week in the place of metropolitan—New York —touring Phil Quinn . Henceforth , Dennis Duffy and Phil Quinn will alternate in writing this weekly cinema review . ) The Bramble Bush Some very interesting cinematic effects are produced at the beginning- of The Bramble Bush . A large blazing red sun revolves on the left of the screen , while a green line traces a growing bramble bush on the right . Meshed in the branches are the names of the cast . Very colorful and mysterious . But the front matter of the movie is the only part of it which merits the name art . The characters seem to be impossible : full character with no humanity . That is , they display all sorts of conflicting and opposing characteristics , but in such a shallow way that all opposition and conflict disappear . The lines of force become indistinguishable , and the action turns into a gray sort of...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Clergy and Laity Discuss Divorce [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

Clergy and Laity Discuss Divorce MR . AL PHILIP KANE SPEAKS . . . Law and Morals Forum in action . Mr . Edwin McManus and Very Rev . Edward Herrmann prepare their legal and theological positions . by Lambert Spronck Last Sunday , Edwin P . McManus , chairman of the Law and Morals Forum , presented the Very- Rev . Monsignor Edward J . Herrmann , Assistant Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Washington , and Mr . Al Philip Kane , professor at Georgetown Law School and legal expert in the field of domestic relations , discussing the Catholic lawyer s position on divorce . Mr . McManus opened the Gas ton Hall discussion by pointing out that Monsignor Herrmann would present the Church s position on this provocative question and Mr . Kane would then comment from the legal profession s viewpoint . As a backdrop , the chairman called attention to the wide variance in divorce laws from state to state . He contrasted the strictness of New York with the laxity of Nevada , where the only requireme...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

Grewe Doubts Use Of German Treaty The West German Ambassador , Professor Wilhelm Grewe spoke before a crowded hall last Tuesday , March 8 . His talk , A Peace Treaty with Germany—No Solution of the East-West Antagonism , was sponsored by the Philodemic Society and held in the Hall of Nations . The main point that the Ambassador made was that there is not much hope for a German Peace Treaty , and even if one were signed , it would not necessarily reduce East-West tensions . He said that after the end of World War II , the Russian position on Germany was : Germany should be united through a coalition government . They felt that a strong Communist party in a coalition government could eventually gain complete control of Germany , as happened in Czechoslovakia . Later , as the vigor of West Germany democracy manifested itself , the Russians changed their position to : a con ¬ federation of Communist East Germany and democratic West Germany . By giving this confederation very few powers ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

COLONIALISM . . . Pro and con . Left to right : Robert Magdelain , President of the College French Club ; Mallam Isa Wali of Nigeria ; . Dr . Charles Schertenleib ; William ; Service French Club ; and Dr . Moderator . Last Thursday evening , Dr . Charles Schertenleib , Associate Professor of Economics , spoke to the members of the College and Foreign Service French Club on African nationalism in the twentieth century . His lecture was given in the Multilingual conference room of the Institute of Languages and Linguistics with a simultaneous translation into English . Dr . Schertenleib told the club , The most pressing problem in Africa today is that of colonialism . With this thought as a spring-board , Dr . Schertenleib discussed the principal currents of African nationalism , concluding that Colonialism must be replaced by new nations . Portuguese , Belgian , French , and Freyd , President of the Foreign J . Luke Martel , French Club British colonial policies and the diverse probl...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

New Regime Green Takes Over Command of Police ( Continued from Page 1 ) CAPTAIN PAUL GREEN . . . New Georgetown . Police Chief . hour shifts and are held accountable for the security of the campus and the well-being of the students . Capt . Green expressed a desire to build up the department with more men and better equipment . He added that , with this build-up , the operation and efficiency of the campus force would be greatly facilitated . The vacancies left by the resignation of Captain Thomas and promotion of Green have been filled by the promotions of Sergeant Walter S . Jeffries to the rank of Lieutenant , and Corporal Lucian Pratt to Sergeant . Student Council invites all Georgetown Students to attend the fortieth annual MiCareme Concert by the National Symphony Orchestra and the Georgetown Glee Club on Founder s Day , March 24 , at 8 : 30 p . m . in McDonough Gymnasium . Tickets for the concert are available in the Yard Office , on the first floor of Copley Hall , each even...

Publication Title: Hoya
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D . . w [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

D . . w Buy Books , Boys ; G town Gets Gift Give a contribution and receive a gift . This is the theory under which the Student Library and the Senior Class Gift Fund Committees are laboring . The contribution is money and the gift is a book . During the week of March 21 , in the Walsh Building , the student library committee , headed by Gabe Kajeckas and John Chdakis , will be selling books on every conceivable subject . The books , all ot which are in good condition , have been donated either by the librarj or outside organizations . The books number about . 1000 and the price ranges from S 0 . 25 to $ 1 . 00 . The Senior Class will give this money to the Library so it can outfit an audio room and buy nonmusical records and tapes . Mr . Laux , the Associate Librarian , stated that the audio room will be located where the Reserve Book Boom is now situated , on the second floor of Healy . He also said that there will be four record machines , three tape recorders , and the room will...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Goldwater Speech Draws 500 YRs To Gaston Rally [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

Goldwater Speech Draws 500 YRs To Gaston Rally SENATOR BARRY GOLDWATER exposure tor this by Barry Mergardt To the tune of Dixieland music and the cheers of some 500 exuberant Young Republicans , Senator Barry Goldwater made his debut in Gaston Hall last March 8 , at 8 : 15 p . m . The talk by the senator highlighted the Young Republican Victory Rally sponsored by the Young Republican Club in conjunction with other DCYR school groups . Among the participants were Dunbarton , Trinity , American University , and George Washington University . Lively Reception The rally , amply advertised beforehand and by invitation only , got off to a rousing start with the music of a five piece band from the surrounding area , the Melloteers . With Gaston Hall almost filled , Senator Goldwater was escorted down the center aisle flanked by placard waving- students bearing streamers and confetti . Signs favoring Nixon and Goldwater for President and Vice-Pres-ident , respectively , were much in evidenc...

Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

Ambassador ( Continued from Page 3 ) eminent within the Communist orbit ; as a place of exchange of news and ideas between East and West ; and as the last escape hatch of the Iron Curtain . As long as there exists a means of escape from the Iron Curtain , the Russian Eastern European empire is not secure . The Ambassador said in closing : It is essential that Western rights be maintained in Berlin by Western forces . There is no substitute for the presence of these forces ; neither United Nations , nor West Germany forces would be an adequate substitute for these forcesThere is no possibility for compromise on this important question , for , in the words of Ben Franklin , They that can give up an important liberty to attain a temporary safety , deserve neither . Thus , we dont see too much hope for German reunification , and to hope for this would not be realistic .

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

On Campus with _MaxQhukan ( Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf , The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis , etc . ) WHO WENT TO THE PROM AND WHY Hello , said the voice on the telephone . This is Werther Sigafoos . I sit next to you in psych . I m kind of dumpy and I always wear a sweat shirt . I m afraid I dont remember you , said Anna Livia Plurabelle . two years , said Werther . Oh , yes ! said Anna Livia . What do you wish , Walter ? Werther , said Werther . What I wish is to take you to the Junior Prom next April . But this is November 27 , Westnor , said Anna Livia . Werther , said Werther . Yes , I know , but you are so round and beautiful that I was afraid you might have a date already . As a matter of fact I do , Wingate , said Anna Livia . • Werther , said Werther Oh , drat ! Anna Livia did not really have a date , but she was expecting be asked by Stewart Stalwart , athletic , and BMOC , handsome Apollo , smooth as ivory , wearer of faultless tweeds , smoker Marlboro cigarettes which ...

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Fine Arts Exhibit Features Dali , Rodin _. & GU Faculty [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

Fine Arts Exhibit Features Dali , Rodin _. & GU Faculty THE HAND OF GOD ... By Rodin . One of many renowned paintings Hall of Nations . by Tom Reilly On Saturday evening-, March 12 , at 9 : 00 a . m . in the Hall of Nations , the Fine Arts Club of Georgetown University opened its second annual exhibition of painting and sculpture . The exhibit , one of the largest ever presented at Georgetown , includes the work of both well known and promising local artists . The exhibition will continue until March 22 . The more famous works of art include several preparatory and unfinished sketches , along with finished works . Among the more famous of these sketches are two by Salvador Dali in preparation for his Saint John of the Cross . Of interest also , is a section of Sir Jacob Epsteins works , including both a preparatory water color , and the finished bronze sculpture of Reclining Nude . Sculpture For Sale There is a large section devoted to sculpture in this exhibit . The mos...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

Goldwater ( Continued from Page 4 ) tercharges concerning some candidates , the Senator strongly stated that , in his opinion , no candidate is soft on communism . He felt that Lyndon Johnson is not politically conservative , as his record shows , but has a conservative outlook on the whole . Religion will have little bearing on the elections . He believes that Al Smith was not beaten by the religious issue . There has never been a vice-president as well trained as Nixon , and he believes that Nixon leans to right of center . The strongest Democratic ticket would be Lyndon Johnson for President and Jack Kennedy for Vice President . ( 4 ) Republican Farm Policy : The Senator was in favor of all farm subsidies being- gradually reduced . Why protect 30 per cent , of the farmers at the expense of the other 70 per cent ., he said . ( 5 ) Kennedy Student Oath Bill : This he called an unfortunate squabble over an unimportant issue . However , he saw no reason why a student should not take ...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

MIKE TEDDY HILLTOP CAFE SANDWICHES STEAKS CHOPS and BEVERAGES BETTER BETTER THAN THAN THE BEST REST THE GEORGE CHRIS

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

introducing SUBTLE OLIVE HASPELS OWN SOPHISTICATED INTERPRETATION OF THE OLIVE SHADE Olive is a fashionably masculine color color-tone that must be just right to be as flattering : as it is fashionable . Haspe ] , the sophisticated wash and wear clothing :, has captured the hut IS perfect tone in this intriguing color They call it Subtle Olive and you will find it in a wide variety of models and fabrics . For instance , see Subtle Olive in the Sir Perior ® i 75 % , Dacron * ( polyester ) / g 25 % Cotton at MS _WliN liPP * 39 9 S _^ _r _hjih _^^ i _^ ci I _^^^ I -Umlvtrtlt , _SBak _j The Best Tradition of Th . _University Shops Finer Streets 36 th & 7 4848 At Open for Your Convenience . 9 : 30 A . M . to 6 : 3 O P . M .-Thursday till 9 P . M ?

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Dowd Rifles March In St . Pat ' s Parade [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960

Dowd Rifles March In St . Pat s Parade IRISHMEN IN BLUE . . . The Air Force s Dowd Rifles drilling for the St . Patrick s Day Parade in New York City . Today , the Dowd Rifles , Georgetown s Air Force ROTC drill team , will march in the annual St . Patricks Day Parade in New York City . The 34 man unit was invited by the parade committee to participate in the New York festivities . Dowd Rifles is one of two teams invited from south of the New York area . Because of this distinction , Tony Sestric , First Sergeant of the unit , says , The entire team feels it an honor and a privilege to be allowed to participate in this large parade . Cadet Lieutenant Edward J . Cotter , Commander of Dowd Rifles , expressed his appreciation to all the students who contributed to the team s newspaper drive conducted during the past few weeks . This drive was to help defray the expenses of the trip which will be paid for almost entirely by the team . The Student Council voted $ 50 for the trip , which ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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