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Arnold _^ ir _, ;! Spclefy [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Arnold _^ ir _, ;! Spclefy Holds Blood Drive i A University-wide blood drive is being conducted by the Arnold Ah Society . to obtain the _greatlj needed blood for open heart surgery being done at _Georgetowr University Hospital . The drive is conducted with the cooperation oi the Red Cross . Donors , who pledge their blood , have it typed and make arrangements with the Red Cross for a convenient day and -tame when the donor is free . When there is a pending operation at the hospital , the Red Cross takes the donor to their office downtown and then returns him to campus after his blood donation . A donor in this campaign puts his name on the Red Cross list of donorsand this entitles both him and his family to free blood at any time . In case of disasterthe donor s name will be put at the top of the Red Cross list entitling him and his family to a priority on the available blood . The aid of the entire University is urgently requested to make this campaign successful . Potential donor...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
ELECTIONS ( Continued from Page 3 ) such a committee would go far , to further the cohesion of the nonresident student body . He also proposes to obtain better study facilities for the day students and more liberal stack privileges . Finally , Jeb promises to work for a solution of the food problemboth in New South and the basement of WhiteGravenor . Jeb assures the non-resi-dents that , I -will be an accessible and representative voice for you and an integral and active participant in the workings of student government here at Georgetown .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
ARTS &amp; LETTERS ( Continued from Page 5 ) Beginnings , Middles , and Ends Also included in this issue are two little horror stories , with O . Henry endings that are nothing less than triumphant . _Evan-ne and I by Daniel J . Moriarty and The Dress by Tony McManus . Unfortunately , the final kick is just about the only strong point of the stories . In keeping with Aristotle s dictum about beginnings , middles , and ends , the authors would have been more successful had they spent more care on the first two . A flashy ending is only justifiable if it calls forth multiple undercurrents and reverberations from the main body of the work . More meaningful description and character portrayal would have provided this necessary texture . As they stand , the endings are perched too precariously on a rather flimsy foundation . These stories would make good Hitchcock productions ; they give you a jolt , but it doesnt last very long . Nor is it very significant . Tom Allen s piece , ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
YARD PRESIDENCY ( Continued from Page 1 ) Also included are needed additions to existing programs such as the Freshman Advisory Committee and the Dayh op-Boarder Relations Committee . Brief statements representative of their position were given by both candidates . Bob Gilmartin said , The platform that I have presented to all of you is an honest and opinions both on student government and student organization . I only hope that you will give me a chance to put these ideas into action . Thank you . Mike McAllister said , In my concept of the presidency , its prime purpose is to represent the student body thus generating spirit and enthusiasm in this great school . One of the best indications of this desire for spirit would be a large turnout at the and sincere expression of my views polls today .
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Sign On : Club 550 Walt Higgins John Nugent Evening News Mike Duval Evening News Maurice Hartigan Evening News Ed Richards Evening News John Burgess Evening News Club 550 Walt Higgins Addie , Mimi Its A Womans World Walter Higgins Hoya Hit Parade John Armentano Record Rack Bill Mattimore University Forum Georgetown Tales From Readers Digest Bob Di Maio Spins and Needles Dink Sehalk Nightbeat Dick Schalk Hoya Hit Parade Pete Tanous George Budd Let George Do It Club 550 Walt _Higgins Student Sign Off and News Summary Spins and Needles Bob Di Maio Trouble With Harry White Mostly Jazz Dave Crosby Uninterrupted Club Walt 550 Higgins Instrumental Concert Hall Martin Arbagi I . R . C . Discussion * Broadway Panorama Meeting Readers Digest Modern Music Larry Manley Interlude John Judd Sports Preview George Budd Concert Hall Martin Arbagi Broadway Panorama Pete Oehrlein Ernie Krafft Dave Bickers All About Sports Lintz About Dick Schalk Ed All All About Sports George Rachmiel the Week Tim Mur...
Play Ball [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Play Ball _toaon The major league baseball season is fast creeping up on us , as the sixteen squads are closing their spring training seasons in Florida and Arizona for the big swing north . The winter trade sessions produced a number of surprises in both leagues , as the several club owners have sought to strengthen their squads . Probably the two biggest deals saw the Giants pick up hurlers Billy Loes and Billy ODell from Baltimore in exchange for outfielder Jackie Brandt and pitcher Gordon Jones , while the Yankees obtained slugging outfielder Roger Maris _, shortstop Joe DeMaestri , and first baseman Kent Hadley from the Athletics for Norm Siebern _, Jerry Lumpe , Hank Bauer , and Don Larsen . Several pre-season prognosticators have picked the New York Yankees to cop the American League flag and well have to go along with them . There are , of course , many ifs with which manager Casey Stengel has to contend , but if Mickey Mantle and Bill Skowron are both sound , the Bronx Bomb...
Syracuse , Princeton Drub Shaky Hoya Diamondmen [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Syracuse , Princeton Drub Shaky Hoya Diamondmen It was a dreary weekend for coach Tommy Nolan and his Hoya baseball squad . On a balmy Friday afternoon at Kehoe Field the GU nine took on Syracuse and were soundly blasted , 14-0 , by the Orangemen . Sal Barranco was called upon by Nolan to start the first game of the year , but was quickly bombarded by the powerful Syracuse line-up . Sal s control was steady , but he had a tough time getting the pellet by the Orange batsmen . Steve McDonald relieved Barranco in the fifth , but couldnt put out the fire . Steve is one of the Hoyas best moundsmen , and the only one to register a win last season , but his control was off its usual norm . By the time the smoke had cleared and the final out was registered , Syracuse had sent a total of fourteen runs across the plate while blanking the home team over the nine inning stretch . Some explanation can be found in the fact that the New York squad had a number of games under its belt , while the H...
Netmen Top Orange , 9-0 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Netmen Top Orange , 9-0 Last Friday afternoon the Georgetown University tennis team played an enjoyable April Fool s joke on the Orangemen from Syracuse University , handing them a 9-0 setback . It was the Hoyas first win of the season and an impressive one it was . Previously GU had dropped home engagements with Dartmouth and MIT . The Hoyas ran into tough competition in their first two matches , although coach Clark Taylor feels that we should have beaten both squads . Syracuse , however , was a comparative pushover as Dick Razzetti , Fred Cone , Bob Mendel , Bob Ruzanic , Walt Berberich and Chuck Kerkering breezed through the six singles events . In the doubles competition , Ruzanic and Cone won their number one match , while Berberich teamed up • with junior Ron Connolly and Kerkering joined forces with sophomore Bill McOonlogue to cop the remaining two . Coach s Outlook • Coach Taylor still has high hopes for a winning year now that several of his boys are finding the peak of t...
Riflemen Lose To Lehiah U [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Riflemen Lose To Lehiah U BYE-BYE BABY . . . Georgetown s Jay thrown by a Syracuse hurler in a tilt at The ball twisted foul at the last second . Force Kehoe leans into Field last a pitch Friday . by Norman Smith While the ROTC rifle team was inactive over recent weeks with the Howard match post- ( Continued on Pace 13 )
Tennis Squad Bows To Terps [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Tennis Squad Bows To Terps by Ed Weathersbee The Georgetown University tennis squad s season record was lowered to a 1-3 mark Saturday after losing a hard f ought match to the University of Maryland , 6-3 . The Hoyas had previously beaten Syracuse the day before , 9-0 , and were an even bet against the Terps , who had downed the Orangemen by the same score . The Hoya s ace racket man , Dick Razzetti continued to dazzle his opponents as he garnered the first triumph of the match . However , the only other singles winner for the day was Ron Connolly . Fred Cone , Bob Mendel , Walt Berberich , and Bob Ruzanie each were defeated in tough matches . Perhaps the hardest losses to bear came in the doubles . The two teams of Razzetti and Mendel , and Cone and Kuzanic were both defeated in torrid third match play . In the final doubles match , Ron Connolly and Walt Berberich teamed together to down their rivals and lower the scoring deficit to the final score , 6-3 . The varsity has an excell...
Polo Team _D&bufs Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Polo Team _D&amp;bufs Saturday The polo match with the University of Virginia , regularly scheduled for last Sunday , was cancelled because of rain . The Polo Club hopes to be able to reschedule the match at a future date . This Saturday afternoon at two o clock , the Hoya malletmen play host to Cornell , the team that beat GU earlier this season in the National Indoor Championships at New York City . A big turnout is expected for this home opener at Maryland s Dollbaby Farm . The best route to this new playing site is outlined on the map pictured at the right . As this field is located on a private plantation , the team asks that there will be no speeding on Mr . Cunningham s property , and that no one leave the field area to go up to the house or barn . Club President Mike RaoulDuval asks that , spectators remember that we are playing on private property and hence are responsible for anything that might happen as a result of the games . Please help us by acting as gentleme...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
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