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Berberich Is Athlete Of Wee / [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Berberich Is Athlete Of Wee / For the second , time in the young spring sports season , a member of the tennis team has been chosen WGTB s Athlete of the Week . This weeks honor goes to returning letterman Walt Berberich . In the three matches held last week , Berberich s play in both singles and doubles competition has been outstanding . Against MIT , although Georgetown lost 5-4 , Berberich won the number five singles by a 6-3 , 6-1 score and then teamed up with Ron Connolly to take the number three doubles 6-4 . 6-3 . In Georgetown s shutout victorj over Syracuse , Berberieh won the number four singles 6-3 , 6-3 and again teamed up with Connolly to take the number two doubles in straight sets 6-1 , 6-0 . Against the Maryland _Terrapins , Walt went down in a tough , hard-fought singles match , 7-5 , 8-6 . However , he again joined forces with Connolly to capture the number three doubles in straight sets , 8-6 , 6-3 . Berberichs singles play and the doubles combo of Berberich and C...
Editors Fearless Predictions [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 7 April 1960
Editors Fearless Predictions With the maj or league baseball season only a few weeks away , prognosticators everywhere are predicting the outcome of the pennant races and now we feel it s our turn . Even here at GU , baseball fanatics can be heard everywhere , arguing the pros and cons of the sixteen teams and trying to convince their opposition as to why their local nine will cop the flag . You can take these for what they re worth . For now well just have to wait and see . AMERICAN NATIONAL , LEAGUE LEAGUE 1 . New York 1 . San Francisco 2 . Chicago 2 . Pittsburgh 3 . Cleveland 3 . Milwaukee 4 . Detroit 4 . Los Angeles 5 . Kansas City 5 . St . Louis 6 . Baltimore 6 . Chicago 7 . Washington 7 . Cincinnati 8 . Boston 8 . Philadelphia
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Hilltop Goes Cape Cod For Blue-Gray Holiday [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Hilltop Goes Cape Cod For Blue-Gray Holiday Dance &amp; Cruise On Tap For Hilltoppers &amp; Dates by Dave Kleiler Sailboats , lighthouses , and nautical flags will bedeck McDonough Gymnasium tomorrow night to denote the Cape Cod setting of the festive Blue-Gray Weekend , this Friday and Saturday . Co-sponsored by the Sophomore Class of the College and the Foreign Service Senior Class officers , the Weekend will include a formal dance from 9-1 a . m ., Friday night , to the music of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra , and a dance cruise down the Potomac to Marshall Hall Amusement Park on Saturday from 1-5 p . m . The cost of the Weekend is $ 10 , _o . nd the tickets may be purchased in . he main cafeteria during lunch and dinner , in the Old Marty s daily from 11 -1 , and all day in the lobby of the Foreign Service School . Split tickets are also on sale at ? 6 for the dance , and $ 5 for the cruise . Warren Covington , director oi the 15-piece band of the late Sentimental G...
Juniors Refute Leader On Class Indifference [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Juniors Refute Leader On Class Indifference JUNIOR ASPIRANTS . . . Seated candidates for SC representative : Steve McDonald , Tom Murray , Paul _Coughlin . Standing- candidate for president is Charlie Matthews ; Joe Raymond is absent . by Barry Margardt With the rebuke of Yard President-elect Bob Gilmartin scoring 1 Junior Class apathy still ringing- in their ears , eleven candidates are vying- today for next year s five Senior Class offices . Originally at the class nominations at Copley Lounge last Thursday night only five before a crowd of twenty-five juniors applied for the offices students . At that time , three offices were contested by only one candidate each , and one office had no applicant . However , by Friday noon , the deadline for nominations , six more candidates presented their names to the Yard secretary . Charlie Matthews from North Little Rock , Arkansas , came to the Hilltop from Little Rock Catholic High School . An AB student , Matthews lists among his extracur...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
ROTG And Army Band Celebrate Military Day MILITARY ESCORT . . . Cadet Colonel _Thadt Whyte , Phyliss Heldmann , and Cadet Colonel George Kane . Georgetown s annual Military Day will swing out to the beat of the United States Army Band this afternoon at 2 : 00 p . m . Classes will be dismissed at 2 : 05 , with the military ceremonies starting at 2 : 00 with a concert by the U . S . Army Band on Healy Lawn . The Band was established in 1922 by order of General John J . Pershing and has played concerts the world over since then . During the summer months it plays for Washington residents and tourists at the Watergate and on the steps of the Capitol , while maintaining its schedule of performances at parades and military ceremonies . After the band concert and a display of intricate teamwork by the ( Continued on Page 7 ) MILITARY DAY SCHEDULE 10 : 00 a . m . - 3 : 00 p . m . Armed Forces Display ( New South , Medical School , White-Gravenor ) 3 : 00 p . m . Band Concert , United States...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
GU Honor Society Adds Five Juniors To Exclusive Clan Last Sunday , May 1 , five College juniors who exemplify the special virtues of Alpha Sigma Nu— scholarship , loyalty , and service to Georgetown University — were initiated into the GU chapter of the national Jesuit honor society . Membership in the organization is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a student in a Jesuit college or university . The induction of the new members took place at 4 p . m . in the Hall of Cardinals , situated in Father Bunn s office . Following the traditional ritual of the initiation , the See picture , page 8 ceremonial key was awarded to each of the new members . After the induction , a reception was held in New South Lounge for both the inductees and old . members , as well as for all the alumni . The following are the new members : Peter Bourlier is a philosophy major in the AB ( Honors ) pre-med ( Continued on Page 8 )
Scholarly Viewpoint Sees Auspicious College Debut [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Scholarly Viewpoint Sees Auspicious College Debut by Walter J . Nicgorski Early May of a tiring school year is a fitting time for a resurgence of one s pride in one s university ; during the first few days of this week , an occasion was provided for such a resurgence with the appearance of Georgetown College s Viewpoint . If you have judged by a look at its format and some of its articles that it is one of the professional reviews , your error is understandable ; for the first issue of our own review of criticism and research has a professional air about it which is inclined to lead some to a admiring Ah ( scholarly , Rather excellent ) when they are informed of its student origins , student direction , and student creation from cover to content of articles . The fact that the review has come into existence and the fineness of the entire creation down to the very details are primarily due to the persistent efforts of Neil Moynihan of the present Junior Class . The reason why the ent...
Viewpoint [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Viewpoint With the publication of Viewpovnt this week Georgetown joins the thin ranks of the very few academic institutions in the United States which publish undergraduate critical journals . The fact that this magazine of criticism in the liberal arts is edited , staffed , and written entirely by undergraduates and does not depend on faculty members for contributions sets it apart from the many academic reviews which line the Library s shelves . It is from this absolute dependence on undergraduate contributions that Viewpoint will derive what we expect to be an influence out of proportion to its size . The very existence of a College publication which stands ready to publish works of initiative and excellence should stimulate students of a serious turn of mind to go beyond the required reading , to go beyond the laborious rote of term-paper writing , and to go beyond the simplicity of memorization . There is an undeniable pleasure in seeing one s -own words in print , and we would...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
nCoiLncl-up The Calliope Board has arranged for records of last weekend s The 30 s Girl to be made for those who desire them . The cost will be $ 3 . 00 per record , which must be paid in advance to Dan Fischer in 504 Copley . At least 50 copies must be ordered before the project can get underway . Father Moffitt would like to have the names of those interested in applying for Adenauer scholarships as soon as possible . Two scholarships are awarded each year to Georgetown University students , each scholarship supplying free tuition and a subsidy of DM 350 per month for ten months , beginnining in October of 1960 . Present seniors are eligible to apply . Captain Greene of the Campus Police requests that all students having cars on campus register their new license plates with his office as soon as possible . This has been a week of notable firsts , including the debut of Viewpoint , the first annual Jazz Festival , and the first of the combined FS-College Spring Weekends . Congratul...