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Prospects Good In ' 60 Golf Campaign [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Prospects Good In 60 Golf Campaign With the coming- of spring , many young- sports enthusiasts fancies turn to thoughts of golf , and at Hoyaland a number of them group together in what is known as the Georgetown golf team . This year s golf team has an optimistic outlook with the top three players from last year s squad returning along with four fine sophomore golfers up fiom the freshman team of last year . The returnees from the varsity are Bob Gilmartin , Ed Krovitz , and Mark Stuart , all of whom shot consistently around par . The four sophomores who figure prominently in the team s prospects are Chuck DeFazio , Dahn Linkens , John Valiulis , and Tony Wallace . The newer members are all very close to each other in potential and should provide excellent depth . Since there have been no formal tryouts yet , it is uncertain what other golfers will be trying to win positions on the eig-ht man squad . Last year , the Hoya golfers finished a creditable seventh in the East out of twen...
Intramural Softball To Start Soon [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Intramural Softball To Start Soon by Dave Bickers With the arrival of spring , plans for the Intramural Softball League are being set in motion . Due to the bad weather this winter , the fields have been slow in draining and , therefore , there will be a slight delay in the opening of the season . As Mr . Murtagh , the Director of the League , explained : The main trouble that we encounter every year is the weather . With so many teams participating and just a short time before the end of school , it is very difficult to reschedule games . Big Muvas Return There are already 21 teams in the fold , with approximately four more anticipated . Last year s power , the Big Muvas , are once again expected to be in the thick of the fight for the title . At the close of the season , there is a playoff among the top six teams , with the winning team receiving a trophy . All games are played on the three diamonds located on the lower field which , according to Mr . Murtagh , should be ready som...
Crew Team Gets Coach [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Crew Team Gets Coach Sylvester Named Athlete Of Week The Georgetown University Rowing Teams have received six responses to their call for a new coach to replace the retiring Fred Maletz . Out of these coaches , two have been selected , one each for the varsity and freshman squads . Mr . Don Katal , the varsity mentor , has had 4 years experience ( 4852 ) at Yale and , after receiving a Rhodes Scholarship , moved on to Oxford University where he served as captain of the crew in his senior year . This job includes coaching all of the 22 rowing teams at Oxford during his stay there . At present Mr . Katal serves as an official in the States Program of the Budget Bureau . Frosh Coach Naval Lieutenant Thor Hansen , frosh coach , rowed for four years at the Naval Academy . He , too , went to Oxford on a Rhodes Scholarship and won the coveted Oxford Scarf for excellence in the sport . The team members have already exhibited great enthusiasm over these new coaches and all feel that they are...
Upsets Spark Squash Action [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Upsets Spark Squash Action Upsets have highlighted the most recent play in the Intramural Squash Tourney , as the participating field has been reduced in number from 36 to five . In the course of these matches all pre-tourney favorites were eliminated . The real surprises of the last week were provided by the action which took place in the B division matches . Sophomore Pete McAllister , considered before the start of the tourney as just another competitor , swept his way into the semi-finals by eliminating Fr . Arthur Gordon , S . J ., 18-15 , 17-15 , 1512 , and then upending- the tourney favorite , Bill McConlogue . This victory was all the more surprising as Pete had lost the first set 2-15 , before he came from behind to win 15-12 , and then proceeded to duplicate that score twice more for his victory . In an even more exciting and tense match , Mr . George Coyne , S . J ., came from behind to defeat Walt Berberieh , 1215 , 15-12 , 9-15 , 15-10 , 15-10 . Mr . Coyne plays Louie G...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
Sailing ( Continued from . Page 9 ) it would have tied the score , but Andy Connell came out of the clubhouse , teamed up Carl Buhr , and took a second . This , together with Sylvester and Dietz s first and a break-down for Fordham saved the day . Dick Carr , Fordham s wind-blown-wonder , had a bad day . He was blessed with rudder trouble in the second race , and had a headstay tear loose in the fourth . His finishes in the other two races were not good enough to make his breakdown points count much .
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 31 March 1960
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Gilmartin And McAllister Await Results Of Election [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Gilmartin And McAllister Await Results Of Election See pictures on _pag-e 3 . and a la carte ticket program which could provide discounts on food on a charge basis . In addition , Mark promises to devote his time fully to representing his fellow non-residents and asks them to consider that , My associations in the past with the men who will be serving- as student government officials . has familiarized me with their personalities as well as their methods of administration . I feel that such familiarity cannot help but result in an efficient handling- of your problems . Jeb Wacker has for the past two years worked in the University Library . Nevertheless , he has also found time to be active in the Washington Club , the Law Club , and as a member of the Non-Resi-dent Advisory Committee . He has ( Continued on Page 3 ) by Joe Fallon After a week of hard campaigning , Bob Gilmartin and Mike McAllister have come to balloting time for the Presidency of the Yard . Bob Gilmartin , an AB hi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
High School Meet Attracts Debaters To 2-Day Session NLRB . . . member Joseph A . Jenkins , main speaker at banquet . Tomorrow , Georgetown will play host to more than thirty high schools participating in the annual Georgetown Invitational Debate Tournament . Registration is scheduled for 6 : 00-8 : 00 p . m . and the opening round is scheduled at 8 : 15 p . m . The topic for this year s tournament is Resolved : that the Federal Government should substantially increase its regulation of labor unions . The speakers will be allowed eight minutes each to set forth their constructive arguments and four minutes each for refutation . There will be a cross-exami-nation following every constructive speech , with answers no longer than forty-five seconds . On Saturday , each team will participate in three additional rounds . The first one will commence at 9 : 00 a . m . The four best teams will then be chosen to compete in the semi-finals to be held at 2 : 45 in the afternoon . Our scheduling...
O'Neill & Wacker Run For Dayhop Seat in SC [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
ONeill &amp; Wacker Run For Dayhop Seat in SC by Dave Harriett Today , two 1957 Gonzaga Grads meet on the political battlefield to contend for the Non-Resident Representative s seat on the Student Council . The contest pits Mark F . ONeill , an AB pre-med , against Stuart Jeb Wacker , an AB philosophy major , in what promises to be a close contest . Since coming- to Georgetown , Mark ONeill has served three years on his Class Council and has been a member of the Washington Club , Eta Sigma Phi , and the Medical Sciences Club . He has also been active in the intramural program , and recently served on the Freshman Advisory Committee . If elected , Mark says he will concentrate his efforts on . several objectives . First , he intends to secure a fully-equipped study lounge for the non-residents ; secondly , he will strive for a more lenient cut system covering- all nonresident students who would be engaged in Christmas and Easter work . Mark also proposes , if a meal ticket pr...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Kaufmann Makes Controversial Talk by Ed Lintz and Dave Harriett Walter Kaufmann , an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Princeton University , addressed a standing room only crowd of the Philosophy Club of Georgetown University , Sunday evening , April 3 , at 8 : 00 in Copley Lounge . In his lecture entitled A Philosopher Questions Theology , Dr . Kaufmann denounced the practices of present-day theologians , the training of seminarians , the vices of personal interpretation of Scripture , and said of St . Thomas Aqui ¬ nas , Thomas knows it all and proves it all . Professor Kaufmann began the controversial three hour lecture and question period by discussing the two main divisions of theology , natural and dogmatic . Natural theology was defined as a study of the complex forces of nature through which man arrives at the concept of God . At the same time , Kaufmann rejected any of the conclusions of the natural theologian , stating that he could never infer from nature the existenc...
Barber Shop Quartets To Compete In Gaston [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Barber Shop Quartets To Compete In Gaston QUINTET . . . for quartets . Committee members assemble to PEBSQSA . How would you like to sit back and enjoy some fine singing without paying for it ? This Sunday , April 10 , Gaston Hall with be filled with the harmonizing voices of twelve groups , all vying for top honors in the annual Barber Shop Quartet Contest . As last year , the contest is being sponsored by the Junior Class . The twelve groups in . the contest will come solely from the University . The reason for this is that Fr . Ryan , S . J _., felt the contest should be primarily a University function . The various groups will come from the College , the Foreign Service School , and the School of Nursing . There will also be a Prefect group , a Jesuit group , and the ever popular Angelo &amp; Co . At present the Contest Committee , under the direction of Pat _OMalley , 61 , is trying to get a group from the Georgetown Campus Police Force . The Master of Ceremonies will b...
Sophs [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Sophs Explore Choice of Major This afternoon in Gaston Hall at 3 : 15 p . m ., Father Joseph Sellinger , S . J ., Dean of the College , and Mr . John V . Quinn , Registrar , will discuss the system of majoring at GU with the Sophomore Class . This meeting is to aid the class members in the choice of their majors , and attendance is mandatory . In conjunction with today s meeting , Vince Wolfington _, Sophomore Class President , has arranged to have several department heads speak to the class . On April 8 , at 3 : 30 , Dr . Penn , chairman of the History Department will speak to possible history majors . The talk will be given in room 204 of the White-Gravenor Building . On April 11 , Dr . Penniman will talk in Gaston Hall on government as a major . The last of these addresses will be given by Dr . McTighe , Philosophy Department Chairman . This talk will be in the New South Faculty Lounge , on April 12 . At these meetings the heads will outline the benefits that can be gained from t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
_nZotind-up Hoyas contemplating a future spell in the Armed Forces can pick up some advance information on what to expect at the forum on Military Life and Protocol being held today by the Association of the United States Army . The forum will be held tonight at 8 : 00 in the Faculty Lounge of New South and will feature as speakers several young officers and their wives . Refreshments will be served . A press release sent to us by the state of Oregon brings us the information that the Honorable Hall S . Lusk . who was appointed to fill out the term of the late Senator Richard Neuberger , is a graduate of _Georgetown Prep , College , and Law School . He received his AB in 1904 and an honorary Doctor of Laws in 1954 . Helpful hints dept : If you &gt; are renting a car from the Hertz company some weekend you might be interested to know that they will , upon request , refund the cab fare you pay from Georgetown to their office ( less tip ) and will also be happy to drive you hom...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Editor-in-Chief MICHAEL J . _LEAHY Associate Editor RICHARD C . KULLEN Managing Editor KARL WESTERN Business Manager TOM DWYER Sports Editor BILL DAILEY Feature Editor GREG SACHS Copy Editor JAMES E . SCANLON Advertising Manager BART CHRISTOPHER Photography Editor . PETER MAXFIELD Make-up Editor TIM BIDDLE Circulation Editor . RALPH MAZZUCA Executive Secretary JOSEPH SICHLER Rewrite Editor MICHAEL RAOUL-DUVAL Headline Editor JOSEPH CROFT Moderator . EDWARD I . BURNS , S . J . News Staff : Joe Alexandre , Martin Arbagi , Mark Baldwin , Frank Brocato , Jim Delaplane _, Robert Desmond , Ted Egan _, Joe Fallon , Bill Farrell , John Felago , Dan Griffin , Steve Hanink , Tom Harron , John Hayes , Dave _Kleiiler , Ed Krovitz , Ed Leonard , Jim Masterson , John McGraw , Barry Mergardt , John Nugent , Joe Niederst , Bcrnie OCallaghan , John Pierz , George Roche , Al Ross , Dale Silva , Lambert Spronck , Dave Stephens , Steve Stoll , John Walsh , Joseph Walsh . Sports Staff : Dave Bickers , J...
Lectures and Lecturers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Lectures and Lecturers Early last week an unusual thing was happening on the Georgetown campus . Students and Faculty were talking a good deal about a lecture . The lecture in question had been given Sunday night by Dr . Walter Kaufmann of Princeton under the auspices of the Philosophy Club , and was entitled A Philosopher Questions Theology . The subject was certainly an unusual one to be discussed on this campus , and it was delivered in such a forceful and enthusiastic way that it made definite impression on the minds of those who heard it , although we imagine that much of it sailed as high over the heads of many in attendance as it did over our own . The result of the lecture was an intellectual stimulation which is too rarely brought about by a lecture on this campus . Although almost everybody who heard Dr . Kaufmann s talk and the discussion period which followed it disagreed with the Doctor , the points he had made stimulated a good deal of discussion which , we suspect , i...
Yard Elections [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Yard Elections Although the fact that only one of the three Yard Offices is contested today certainly does not necessarily make for better student government , it does make for less verbose election day editorials . Since only the post of President of the Yard is being- competed for we will confine our remarks to that post . The office of President of the Yard is the greatest trust that the student body can confer upon one of its members . The President of the Yard is called upon to make decisions for the good of the student body and he is called upon to execute the decisions of the Student Council for the good of the student body . The usual channel through which he exercises his influence is the Student Council . The Yard President , in order to be effective as Chairman of the Student Council , must be able to work well with the people who are on the Council . He must be neither a lone wolf nor a follower , but he must be able to sway people to co-operate with him to see his ideas...