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Sailing Association Opens Practice For ' 60 Campaign [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Sailing Association Opens Practice For 60 Campaign by Norman Smith The Georgetown Sailing 1 Association , under the leadership of Commodore Richard Burkley , has already begun practice sessions for the coming season , and the prospects for an outstanding record seem quite promising . Last fall , Georgetown competed against 70 other teams and were defeated only 13 times . Out of 26 colleges in the Middle Atlantic District , the Hoyas rate among the top five on the basis of their record . New Interest Although not recognized as a major varsity sport , there has been considerable interest in the sailing association . The team has six tech dinghies , 10 % feet long , made of fiberglass . The main problem the association encounters is one of transportation to their practice sessions , which are held at the Washington Sailing Marina , on the Potomac near National Airport . The season will open on March 26 , with the Jesuit College Re WHITE SAILS ... of Georgetown Sailing Association poise...
Trackman Prepare Fo Big Cinder Campaign [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Trackman Prepare Fo Big Cinder Campaign by Joe Lee With Georgetown s trackmen taking a short respite to swap their short indoor spikes for the longer outdoor variety , let s take a look at some of the prospects for the coming spring season . As has been the case in the past few years , the Hoyas have the runners but they dont have the fieldmen . In the big relay meets , the results should be quite good , but in dual meets with any well balanced team , the Blue and Gray must forfeit so many points in the field events that victory or even a close meet is an impossibility . New Captains The squad of runners , led by cocaptains Al Staebler , a 21 . 0 220yard dashman and Bob Vinton , a 4 : 09 . 8 miler , is certainly as strong as any against which it will compete . While few points ¦ will be won in the hundred . Staebler , along with Bob Spain , will be tough in the 220 . Sandy Hoddinott , a far better hurdler over the 120 and 220 yard outdoor distances than in the sixty yard indoor race...
Cornell Malletmen Romp Hoyas , 16-2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Cornell Malletmen Romp Hoyas , 16-2 The GU Polo Team was defeated by Cornell , 16 to 2 , in the Intercollegiate Polo Tournament at the Squadron A Armory in New York last week . Cornell went on to the finals and lost to Yale , 12 to 6 . Yale , earlier in the tournament had routed Virginia , 24 to 2 , and with the Cornell victory , became intercollegiate champions . Against Georgetown , Cornell got off to a fast start by scoring five goals in the first period compared with none for the Hoyas . Playing for Georgetown were Carlos RizoPatron in the one position , Mike Raoul-Duval as number two , and Jerry Shields as the back defense man . Dierk Tierlow , Ben Baldwin , and Mike Andrew composed the Cornell Team . In the second period , Georgetown caught fire when offensive standout Mike Raoul-Duval scored on a long back hand shot . Cornell retaliated with a tally by Andrews . Then Duval took the ball the entire length of the field , up the side lines , and to the mouth of the goal where hi...
1960 Sailing Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
1960 Sailing Schedule March 26 : Jesuit College Regratta home April 9 : MAISA Spring Invitational Regratta at Navy April 23 : George Washington home April 24 : Monotype Eliminations April 24 : Freshmen Eliminations at Navy May 8 : Freshmen Championships at Navy May 14-15 : MAISA Championships at Navy
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Soph _Kegiers Near Finale [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Soph _Kegiers Near Finale by Al Hibbert The sophomore bowling league , in full swing- since early November , prepares to head into the final stretch with only five weeks of competition remaining , and it looks as if Jay Franco s five man aggregate has the title all but wrapped up as they carry a full three game cushion into the home stretch , showing improvement with every match . The league standings have undergone quite a shuffling since the semester break , as Franco s team has vaulted into first place , replacing the previous leader , Joe Dehmer , who has since dropped to the sixth spot . Still with a chance to catch the leaders are second place Mark Cooper , followed one game back by Jack Scott . Chiefly responsible for Franco s success has been the hot streak enjoyed by Bob Moose Chesner who has come from nowhere to challenge individual leader Dick Hanley and his 158 average . Hanley has held the top spot in the league all season , and only recently has he felt any pressure fr...
Squashmen Advance [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Squashmen Advance The Intramural Squash Tournament , conducted by Mr . Murtaugh , is now nearing completion of its third round matches . In the first division matches , Fr . Paul A . Donovan , S . J . knocked Jim Fay out of the competition by besting him 15-11 , 15-12 , 15-12 , and therefore qualifying to meet John Wolf in the quarter finals . Wolf was himself very hardpressed in his 15-8 , 18-15 , 18-16 victory over Frank Lauinger . Bob Ruzanic entered the quarter-finals by trouncing Thompson Ryan 15-6 , 15-12 , 15-9 . He will meet the winner of the John Kerkering-Kevin McGrath match . The only third round match so far played in the second division provided a mild upset , as Dick Razzetti , one of the pre-tourney favorites , was handily beaten by Lou Gilmore 15-8 , 18-15 , 15-10 . The other matches yet to be played pit Mr . Coyne , S . J . against Walt Berberich , Pete McAllister against Fr . Gordon , S . J ., and Pete Davidson against the favorite Bill McConlogue . The finals are ...
Barranco Athlete Of Week [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Barranco Athlete Of Week SAL , BARRANCO . . . MVP in AA Intramural playoffs and this week s Athlete of the Week , scoring : two pointer in the championship grame with the Ales . For the first time this year , an intramural basketball player has captured WGTB s Athlete of the Week honors . Sophomore Sal Barranco led his team , the Nips , to the AA title with a scintillating one man performance . The Nips downed the Ales by a 36-30 margin . Sal openedthe contest with two straight jump shot field goals and from there on the Ales were never in the game . Barranco s 21 points were high for the game and were good enough for him to garner the Most Valuable Player Award . This , however , was only half of the story , as Sal s defensive performance was an inspiring spectacle marked by spirited hustle and uncanny anticipation . With about a half a minute remaining in the game , Sal had to leave the floor with an eye injury , but the crowd on hand rewarded him with a big ovation .
Team Choices : All Opponents [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 March 1960
Team Choices : All Opponents A group of Georgetown varsity basketball players have elected their all-opponent team for the 5960 season . The players were picked for only their performance against GU—disregarding over-all season performance . Willie Jones of American U . was the lone repeater from last year s squad . FIRST TEAM Pos . Player School C Sanders New York U . F Butler Niagara F Wilkens Providence G Jones American G Feldman Geo . Wash . SECOND TEAM Pos . Player School C Bunge Maryland F Paprocky New York U . F Gunter Seton Hall G Bower Navy G Ricereto Rhode Island HONORABLE MENTION : Smith ( St . Peter s ) , Hadnot ( Providence ) , McNeil ( Maryland ) , Hicks ( Seton Hall ) , Mealy ( Manhattan ) , Dougherty ( Manhattan ) , Metzler ( Navy ) , ODonnell ( Fordham ) _, Lundey ( Lafayette ) .
Nat I Symphony Joins "Gym" Session Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
Nat I Symphony Joins Gym Session Tonight MUSIC MAN . . . Mr . Paul Hume Paul Hume Keeps Busy As Man Of Many Jobs by Joe Croft Music critic , author , lecturer , and teacher , Paul Hume has been a busy man for a long time . Since 1950 he has been even busier as the Director of Georgetown s Glee Club , a group whose work will come to a high point tonight in the MiCareme Concert with the National Symphony . For Mr . Hume , this concert will be a _souice of great personal satisfaction , as it marks ten years spent in molding groups of varying talents into a competent , disciplined body which has won increasing recognition on the campus . The Glee Club is not Mr . Humes only musical connection with Georgetown ; he also teaches a course in the history and appreciation of music . Extensive as his campus work is , however , he is perhaps best known as music critic for the Washington Post , a position he has held for some fifteen years and which has involved him in wellknown controversies fr...
Castiella Awarded Axacan At Founder ' s Convocation [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
Castiella Awarded Axacan At Founder s Convocation Today at McDonough FOUNDERS DAY HONORARIES . . . His Excellency Fernando Maria Castiella and Mr . David E . Finley . Finley and Waldron Receive Doctorates His Excellency Fernando Maria Castiella , Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Spain , will receive Georgetown s Axacan award today at the annual Founder s Day Convocation in McDonough Gymnasium . The ceremonies , which will begin at 11 : 00 a . m ., will also honor David E . Finley , Chairman of the Arts Commission , and Dr . John Waldron , Professor Emeritus of English at Georgetown , both of whom will receive Doctor of Humane Letters degrees _. Vicennial medals , awarded . to faculty members with twenty years service to the University , will be awarded to Mary Ellen Gallagher , Assistant Librarian , School of Medicine ; Margaret Ludden , Instructor in Social Case work , Medical Center ; John J . OConnor , Professor GU DOCTORATE RECIPIENT . . . Dr . John Waldron . of Hi...
GU Physics [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
GU Physics Chief Dies In North Lab Doctor Robert L . Mooney . head of the Georgetown Physics Department , suffered a stroke in his laboratory at 11 a . m . this past Monday , and died in the Georgetown University Hospital several hours later . Dr . Mooney graduated summa cum laude from Furman University in 1933 , and taught there in 33 and 34 . He received his Masters from Saratoga in 36 , and his PhD from Brown . He became an instructor of mathematics and physics at Georgetown in 38 , assistant professor of physics in 40 , and assistant chairman of the Physics Department in 42 . In 1941 he went to work at the Naval Ordnance Laboratory , and in 46 became head of the Physics Department at William and Mary College . In 1955 he accepted the same position at Georgetown . Dr . Mooney , who was a member _af the American Institute of Physics , was born in Chadbourn , NT . C , on Nov . 10 , 1911 , and brought up in Sumter , S . C . He is survived by his wife , Dora , and his daughter , Marg...
GU Gold Key Society Elects New Members [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
GU Gold Key Society Elects New Members Last week , the Gold Key Society of Georgetown University announced the acceptance of 31 students and four faculty members of the University . Included were eleven seniors and four juniors from the College . Dr . Paul Lineburger of the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins received an honorary membership . The Gold Key Society s increment of students is only five percent each year of those expecting to graduate with degrees in the liberal arts . The Society s membership is of Arts and Sciences , the School School , and to faculty members of extended to students of the College of Foreign Service , the Graduate the University who , in the opinion of the Society , have achieved outstanding distinction in liberal scholarship . The Society is now planning their annual dinner at which t : he new members will be inducted . At this time , the inductees will be given the Society s key with the letters GKS and two groups of three star...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
by Bill Gargaro , Have you noticed how sleepy and strange the Council members have been acting this past week ? Little things . Like Peppy Giard forgot he was a senior and started campaigning again . We re all still tired from the Student Council meeting , and the effects are showing . . But its their own sneaky fault , I say , holding a meeting at ten o clock in the evening . I know darn well they just did it for the sake of intrigue . I . meanI eniov a spv-story as much as anyone , but Council Capers I happen to have a tacit agreement with my body to get seven hours sleep a night . However , just to prove that my hearts under the right shoulder , Ill give them exactly the coverage theyd relish . . . Our Man in Manana-land The time : 10 : 00 p . m . The rendezvous : Student Activities Room . Password : Sandwich machine . Our agents began arriving at the appointed hour , slinking through the new fallen snow and the Old North halls , unseen , alone , and unafraid . When all had arriv...