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'Toadstool Boy" Cops 1 st in Howard Contest [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

Toadstool Boy Cops 1 st in Howard Contest Toadstool Boy , by John Guare , a senior , Editor of the Journal and the writer of this year s Calliope , won first prize in the Jabberwock Play Contest sponsored by the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority of Howard University . The production , representing the Mask and Bauble , took place in the Lisner Auditorium last Saturday . Frank OBrien , a junior in the oreign Service School , played the ad in the play . Co-starring were Bob Donovan , a senior in the Col lege , Jane Ellen Rohman , Louise Schnepf , and Jill Roberts , sophomores in the Nursing School . The play had been previously given here in Trinity Theater and had won second prize in the One Act Play Contest . The original performance was directed by John Coy ; the performance at Howard was under Donn Murphy s direction . Other participants in the contest were the Howard Players , the Kensington Players , and the Players of the Little Theatre in Alexandria . The prize awarded to Toadstool B...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Scabbard &l Blade Honors Tomb Of Unknown Soldier [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

Scabbard &l Blade Honors Tomb Of Unknown Soldier Thirteen members of Georgetown s company of Scabbard and Blade helped represent the national membership of their organization last Saturday at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier . The Georgetown unit participated in the laying of a wreath to honor the members of Scabbard and Blade who died in the service of their country during the Korean Conflict . The wreath itself was placed on the Tomb by James H . LeVan , Deputy National Commander of Scabbard and Blade . The Georgetown unit was headed by Cadet Colonel George Kane and made up of seniors Michael Cinnamon , Dennis Flynn , Peter Grau , Michael Horan _, Richard Schalk , and Peter Tanous _, and juniors Michael Leahy , Philip Limpert , Robert OConnor , Ralph Riccio , John Sponski , and John Valieant . STILL , STANDING AT ATTENTION ROTCs

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

Symphony To Aid Glee Club Concert ( Continued from Page 1 ) THE LEADER . . . Howard Mitchell . This is not the first time thai the Georgetown Glee Club has performed with the National Symphony . Nine years ago , the two musical groups met at the annual Concert sponsored by the Ladies Guild of Georgetown University . This evening s collaboration had its origin in the campaign platform of the President of the Yard , George Giard . He approached Father William J . Kaifer , S . J ., the moderator of the Glee Club , and Mr . Hume with the idea of moving the annual Mi-Careme Concert , usually held on Laetare Sunday , up to Founder s Day . The Student Council agreed to underwrite a fifth of the expense , and the remainder was to be borne by the University . The idea behind the change was to present the students with free passes to the Concert , and thus increase their cultural opportunities . Mr . Hume expressed the opinion that this Concert with the National Symphony will probably come to...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Calliope [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

Calliope Casting is completed and the first Calliope production is under way . It was announced Sunday that Joanne Smith , Trinity College freshman , has won the female lead . As Connie Conway _, first star of the talking movies . Miss Smith plays opposite Scott Clendaniel _, College sophomore , who plays her producer . Backing them up are Frank OBrien , Foreign Service junior , and Walt Smith , College senior . OBrien takes the part of Jezebel Jasmine , a fading starlet of the silent movies , while Smith plays Miss Conway s manager . The Calliope is scheduled for performances on April 29 and 30 at Trinity Theater . Written by John Guare , it treats the transition from silents to talkies with music and comedy . Donn Murphy moves over from the Mask and Bauble to direct , while Paul Janensch produces . The music is arranged and directed by Don Griffith , GU band director .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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AFROTC Plans Set For Summer Camp [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

AFROTC Plans Set For Summer Camp _rZY _^^ H SPRING TRAINING During this semester , Georgetown has witnessed two major developments in its Air Force ROTC Unit . Besides various promotions , including the selection of Cadet Colonel Thaddeus Whyte as Cadet Commander , junior officers entered a period of preparatory training . These cadets are undergoing a rigorous physical training period this semester in preparation for the Air Force Summer Training Camp . The Air Force has set standards for various physical exercises , so the cadet always knows the goal for which he is aiming . The closer he can come to the goal , the better off he will be when Sum . . . AFROTC Drill . mer Camp actually begins . The future flyers have one session of instruction on Tuesday afternoons while the other cadets attend the drill , and in addition , one or two of the other days of the week . All of the cadet s skills will be evaluated at the completion of the Summer Session , and the results will be importan...

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SVOS Giles Reviews Co-Cumcular Activity [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

SVOS Giles Reviews Co-Cumcular Activity Dr . Walter Giles will speak before a group of faculty and students this Friday evening at 9 : 15 in Palms Lounge . The talk , which is sponsored by the Student Veteran Organization is entitled : SVO : a Case Study In Student Activities . Dr . Giles , a former head of the SVO and one who has had extensive experience in student-faculty relations work at Georgetown during the past ten years , proposes to criticize objectively the present cocurricular activities policy of the administration . His address will be concerned with activities at the Schools of Foreign Service and Business Administration , but because of its critical content , it will be of interest to students in the College as well . Dr . Giles stated his purpose as an examination of existing co curricular activities in the Foreign Service School and the School of Business Administration with a view to ascertaining inadequacies in achieving the policy of encouraging co-eurricular act...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

Symington Outlines Peace Path in Talk by Dale Silva , Before an overflow crowd in Copley Lounge , Senator Stuart B . Symington presented his ideas on the subject of The Road to Peace . The lecture was sponsored by the Young Democrats and was open to the entire University , and held on Monday , March 16 . Jack Wolfe , YD President , began the program by introducing Tony Sestric , a College sophomore from St . Louis , who was instrumental in bringing the Senator to our campus . Sestric then introduced the distinguished speaker to the audience . The speech itself , as mentioned by the Senator at the outset , was a brief one , lasting less than one half-hour . A much greater length of time was taken up in the question and answer period which followed . In his speech the Senator expressed the feeling that the key to peace should be a strong emphasis upon direct contact with the people of other nations themselves . He suggested that the best way in which this could be done would be throug...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

Ye Domesday Book Plods To Deadlines This is the critical period . Fr . E . Paul Betowski , S . J ., Moderator of Ye Domesday Booke , chose these words to describe the yearbooks progress towards its proposed publication date in mid-May . Pr . Betowski spoke in reference to the amount of work yet to be accomplished for all year book deadlines . The sections already completed and ready for publication are the Senior , Underclass , Administration and most of the Faculty section . The Sports section lacks only the spring sports . The bulk of work remains in the Activity section which still needs pictures to be taken and resumes to be written . According to the schedule the editors have set for themselves , the principal work should be completed before the Easter vacation . Nevertheless in view of past experience with the human element , Father Betowski commented , We never meet deadlines . This year s book , as well as being enclosed in a new cover , is also being created in new surround...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

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Planned Campus Changes Vary From Year To Year [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

Planned Campus Changes Vary From Year To Year NEW SOUTH CAFETERIA AND go down the drain . by Joe Sichler In 1954 , the HOYA relate * to its readers the plans of th University in regard to futur buildings proposed for addi tion by 1964 . These were : _i cafeteria , a library , a Gradu _£ 3 _t-ii * t * _n _^ --e GARDENS . . . The best laid plans ate School , and the Foreign Service School . Only one of these _building-s has materialized , as it was then proposed . What were the new buildings to have been like , and what were the reasons for the changes in plans ? Roof Garden The cafeteria was planned to conform with the architecture of Copley and Healy , and was -to be placed where the tennis courts now are , facing north onto Healy lawn . One of the most beautiful aspects of the proposed building was the _garden which was to be placed on its roof , and which was to consist of grassy areas , shrubs , and bushes . The design was to blend tastefully with Healy and Copley styles . The ca...

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ARTS & ARTS ( X _LtllfcKj [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960

ARTS & ARTS ( X _LtllfcKj ( Page ) international chessboard of ideology . America pushes hard for a strong civil rights bill only because she knows that she will gain a checkmate on the Communists . This situation is not only degrading to the Negro , but it reduces America to the level of Communist machinations as well . The only possible valid and sincere reason why stronger civil rights should be legislated is to assure the Negro of his natural rights and their concomitant rights by giving him sufficient protection of them . The motive behind this grant of assurance should be a sincere desire to bestow justice in charity , not a desire to improve America s international reputation through hypocritical propaganda . The body of the law must be fleshed with the nerve centers and blood streams of sympathy , understanding , and true justice in charity arising out of the heart . Otherwise , the muscles will atrophy , the skin will etiolate , and the body will ossify . This i...

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