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Two Hoyas Hoya Net men Bow Get Mention To Dartmouth , 7-2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
Two Hoyas Hoya Net men Bow Get Mention To Dartmouth , 7-2 I Georgetown s Brian Pudjdy Sheehan and Paul Taglia- ! bue were given honorable mentions on the recently seilected Catholic College AlliAmerica basketball team . The voting board consisted of ten top college coaches who were asked by the Catholic Digest to make the selections from among the country s Catholic Colleges and Universities . This marks the second straight year that Puddy has been so honored . Sheehan led the Hoyas in all scoring departments , netting 130 field goal s , 81 free throws and 345 points for a 15 . 7 mean . Tagliabue played in more games than any other Hoya and his 206 rebounds were tops for the GU squad this year . Other Selections fc Dennis Boone of Regis College ftiade the team for the third conpecutive year . The other selections list Bob McNeill of St . JoIseph s and Al Butler of Niagara , who are both repeaters from last year , Detroit s Dave DeBusschere , Tony Jackson of Saint John s , Don Kojis ...
Dick Razzetti Garners Athlete of Week Award [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
Dick Razzetti Garners Athlete of Week Award WGTB s first Athlete of the Week of the new spring sports season is GU s tennis star , Dick Razzetti . Razzetti was one of the few bright spots on coach Clark Taylor s squad in the _Hpyas initial match with Dartmouth . The Indians defeated GU , 7-2 , and Dick figured in both of our vic ¬ tories . In the number one singles match , Razzetti defeated Dartmouth s ace Bill McClung in straight sets , 6-2 and 6-0 . It took Dick only fifteen minutes to roll through the second set at love . Kazzetti then teamed up with Bob Mendel to take the number one doubles match in . three hard fought sets . Considering the fact that the Hoya netmen had only two days of actual practice , Kazzettis performance was doubly impressive . In the singles competition , Dicks blistering service continually forced McClung to take to the defense while he , himself , moved toward the net for decisive putaways . Razzetti s net game was unusually sharp for the first match of...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
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Grew Team Looks For New ' Coach [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
Grew Team Looks For New Coach The coach of Georgetown s Crew Team , Mr . Fred Maletz , has been forced to remove his services due to the fact that the State Department has given him a new assignment in Iran beginning March 31 . Mr . Maletz has donated his time to the Hoya rowers for the past two years without pay , as the University has not yet officially adopted the sport into its athletic program . Unless a new coach can be found under the same conditions and within a short period of time , which could pose quite a problem , crew here at Georgetown will be in grave jeopardy . Hard Man to Replace A man of Fred Maletz s calibre will be hard to replace . The crew team was organized when he received a large response to a notice placed on a campus bulletin board . Since then Mr . Maletz has conducted regular practice sessions at 6 : 45 in the morning in addition to holding down his job with the State Department . The fine results he has received more than compensate for these sacrifice...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 24 March 1960
Baseball ( Continued from Page 10 ) turning letterman , John Bowers , is the holler-guy type ballplayer who keeps the squad on their toes . His flashy glove compensates for his weak hitting but when he does get on base John is a tough man to throw out on a steal .
Dr . Giles Gives Speech Surveying FS Policies [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Dr . Giles Gives Speech Surveying FS Policies DR . WALTER I . GILES Sees Room For Changes In Speech Before SVO It would seem to me that the existence of rather wide-spread and vocal dissatisfaction among student activity leaders concerning certain administrative practices and attitudes in this field would at least suggest that possibly something has gone wrong with the policy of encouragement of extracurricular activities . This statement was made approximately halfway through a one hour and forty minute speech last Friday by Dr . Walter I . Giles of the Department of Government . The speech , which was made up of Dr . Giles observations on the state of student activities in the School of Foreign Service and School of Business Administration , was delivered to a packed Palms Lounge about two weeks after Dr . Giles had resigned as Moderator of the Student Veterans Organization . Dr . Giles went on to assert that this dissatisfaction could be traced in large part to the circumstance t...
Sen . Cooper To Give IRC Lecture On Asia [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Sen . Cooper To Give IRC Lecture On Asia by Dan Griffin Senator John Sherman Cooper , Republican from Kentucky , will address the International Relations Club of Georgetown University tonight at 8 : 15 in Copley Lounge . The Title of Senator Cooper s speech will be World . As the former Ambassador to both India and Nepal The Asian Senator Cooper is experienced to discuss the problems and aspirations of the nations of the Near and Far East . Besides his work in diplomatic fields , the Senator has spent nearly eight years in the United States Senate , where he has advocated liberal Republican thought . His speech this evening will be the third and final address in a lecture series presented by the Georgetown International Relations Club . Guest speakers have already included Senator Wayne Morse , Democrat of Oregon , and William B . Walsh , the President of the People to People Health Foundation . The little town of Somerset in Pulaski County , Kentucky , was the birthplace of Senator...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Noted Historian Brogan To Speak On France Today Denis W . Brogan , British author and lecturer , will speak at Georgetown on Wednesday , April 6 , in the Hall of Nations , at 8 : 30 p . m . Lecturing here , under the auspices of the International Relations Inquiry and the Gold Key Society , Professor Brogan -will discuss France Today . Next Wednesday s lecturer is a Fellow of Peterhouse and Professor of Political Science in the University of Cambridge . He is also a Fellow of Corpus Christi College , Oxford , and has received many academic honors both in the United Kingdom and abroad . Professor Brogan s France Under the Republic is regarded generally as the most authoritative history of France since 1870 . His The American Mind has been hailed as a sensitive appreciation of the United States for English-speaking foreigners from which Americans themselves can learn much about their civilization . Brogan has travelled extensively here since he first came to the United States as a Com...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Vacancies In Yard Draw Little Contest As Deadline Nears As of press-time on Tuesday , only one of the three Yard Office vacancies to be voted upon April 7 is contested . Nominations were to have closed Wednesday night . Robert Gilmartin and Michael McAllister are running for the office of President of the Yard . Charles Ross and Thomas Coleman are unopposed for Secretary and Treasurer , respectively . Present Yard President , George Giard , had this to say concerning the coming- elections : The manner in which a candidate conducts his campaign is one of the best ways to judge his ability as a future Yard President . In this regard , an energetic campaign in which the candidate makes a genuine effort to speak to and secure the individual opinions of as many students as possible is one good sign . Another is a well-con-ceived platform showing a prudent awareness of student needs and the solutions achievable within the candidate s tenure of office . In summary , I might add that the ma...
WGTB Board Elected ; Higgins New Manager [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
WGTB Board Elected ; Higgins New Manager The new 1960 Board of WGTB , the Georgetown University radio station , received its approval last Friday evening . Walter Higgins , newly elected Station Manager , announced that there will be a continuation of our present policies with an emphasis on preparing for becoming an FM station . Pending approval by the Federal Communications Commission in September , WGTB will be broadcasting to the entire metropolitan area on its own FM band . Mr . Higgins emphasized that an undertaking of this important nature would necessitate adequate and thorough preparation on the part of the entire WGTB staff . The Station s policy of public service to the University will not be changed . The broadcasting of sports events , lecture series , campus politics , and general news and public service announcements will continue . The Station , through the use of its facilities in cooperation with Tempo Inc ., is also engaged ( Continued on Pace 7 )
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
_sQrts and &lt; = JLetteri by N . Moynihan Among those in legal circles there is a continuing debate over the nature of law . Those engaged in it are aware of the underlying philosophical differences which tend to divide the two major camps of legal positivism and natural law theory , but some of the most profitable interchange is kept on a level closer to the pragmatic ¦ workings of the law than to the level of abstract philosophizing . Two of the best opposing statements on the question of positivism in law versus natural law theory and the relationship between law and morality appeared in volume 71 of the Harvard Law Review several years ago . They have been much cited in discussions since that time . The first piece , Positivism and the Separation of Law and Morals , was by H . L . A . Hart , an adherent to a positivistic positionwho teaches Jurisprudence at Oxford . The second piece , Positivism and Fidelity to Law : A Reply to Professor Hart , by Professor Lon Fuller o...
Yard Elections [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Yard Elections The end of nominations last night saw the Hilltop blossom in the stark colors of political posters , and signaled the beginning of the campaign season which will last until next Thursday . For the next week every candidate will have shined shoes , a suit , and a smile . But beneath , all the noise and apparently wasted motion of these few days there is a purpose , and that purpose is to permit each voter to get to know at least a little about each man running for each job . The men you send to the Yard Office this year will be responsible for representing you on the Student Council and , as the official representatives of the Student Body , will have extensive contact with Administration officials and men and women from other schools . For these reasons it is important that you evaluate each candidate to the best of your ability , bearing in mind that his conduct in office will in all probability have a direct effect on you some time in the years you are at Georgetown...
Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Council Capers by Bill Gargaro If there s anything the , innocent Georgetown gentleman has been exposed to , it s a good old fashioned Roman orgy . We see them in movies , we read about them in freshman Latin , and even the Mask and Bauble depicts them . As a consequence , one question which crops up again and again in the hearts of our Hoyas could be incisively expressed , I know what makes an orgy , Silly , but how is an orgy made ? Well , in answer to this altogether vital and pertinent query , we take you now to a Very Special room , and show you a Very Special group of people , so that you can witness , with your very own eyes , the sober and reflective dialectic that goes into the planning of such a suspicious auspicious occasion . . . SOUND : Spoon rapping on a glass . GIARD : A little order , please ... I suppose you re wondering why I called you all here tonight . . . Called you away from your studying , and your rehearsing , and your baths , and your blackmail , and your o...