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Calliope * Atta i ns I m possi bIe Musical _Earners W Rafrte [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Calliope * Atta i ns I m possi bIe Musical _Earners W Rafrte by Thorrias L . Anderson Last Friday and Saturday _nig-ht at Trinity Theatre , the combined forces of the Calliope Board and the Mask and Bauble produced The 30 s Girl , an original , mad-cap musical written by John Guare and imaginatively directed by Donn Murphy . Since these productions seldom come off the same on different nights , spontaneity and the audience s well-meaningness playing a large part in their success , I must point out that Saturday night s performance is the subject of this short review . In general , the show had most of the advantages of the amateur production and did not suffer too much from the usual drawbacks . It lacked the professional polish , that sheen of commercialism , which make big-time revues glide down your throat a little too smoothly . Perhaps late cues and flattish notes give to an amateur show an irresistible human appeal , something like those precious rough edges of reality which t...
Math-Physics [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Math-Physics The mathematics and physics departments of Georgetown each sent ia delegation of two students to the Eastern Colleges Science Conference , at Hunter College in N . Y . C . This Conference , which was held here four ¦ years ago , gives interested students an opportunity to present original papers infields of their interest . The mathematicians were William Connett and James Wood . Their paper investigated the equivalence of seven theoretical formulations of the axiom of continuity for the real numbers . The physicists were Louis Clavelli and Klaus Fritsch . Their paper discussed a contradiction of Newtonian color mixture theory which they investigated .
Ccr _mjZj [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
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Gilmartin Reports Platform Already on Way to Reality [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Gilmartin Reports Platform Already on Way to Reality Air Conditioning—temperatures made to order—for all-weather comfort See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show in color Sundays , NBC-TV—the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly Why shouldnt you be driving America s first-choice car right now ? You couldnt do better by your family—or your family budget—than to pick out one of Chevy s 18 FRESH-MINTED MODELS , load up its VACA-TION-SIZED TRUNK and take off on one of those springtime trips Chevy so dearly loves . Once you re transporU Save — right now — during the Spring Fever Selling Spree at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer s YARDMEN . . . Treasurer Tom Coleman , President Bob Gilmartin , and Secretary Charlie Ross . In article below President-elect Gilmartin explains preparations he has made to carry out his platform by Ed Leonard Bob Gilmartin , newly elected Yard President , reports the programs outlined in his campaign platform are underway . Immediately after he assumes office at the Stu...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Military Day ( Continued from Page 1 ) Army and Air Force drill teams will come the Formal Review of the two ROTC units , with the Army Band playing accompaniment . Reigning over the day s activity in her capacity of honorary Cadet Colonel will be Phyllis Heldmann , a junior from Dunbarton who was elected queen of this year s Military Ball . Actual command of the cadets in the parade will be taken by Cadet Colonel George Kane of the Army ROTC , assisted by Cadet Colonel Thad Whyte of the Air Force ROTC . Following a tradition of three years duration , the military units will again honor a school of the University . The school chosen this year is the University Medical Center . In keeping with this theme , there will be a 60 ft . long exhibit from the office of the Surgeon General in the foyer of New South , and a more technical series of exhibits from the same office at the Medical School . This will be the last Military Day at Georgetown for Lt . Col . John D . Coleman , Jr ., of t...
Leroy to Light Sodality Way [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Leroy to Light Sodality Way New Prefect by John Felago The Georgetown College Residents Sodality has recently made public the names of the four officers who will be its guiding light through the 1960-61 academic year . They are Charlie Leroy , Prefect ; Lou Timchak , Vice Prefect ; Pierce Cordon , Secretary ; and Hank Ruder , Treasurer . Charlie Leroy is a pre-med history major who hails from Tenafly , N . J . During the past year , Charlie has headed a committee of sodalists who donated their services to patients in Georgetown Hospital . Besides his sodality activities , Charlie also finds time for the St . John Berchmans Society and the Glee Club , and has also served on his Class Council . Lou Timchak is a sophomore AB ( Continued on Page 9 ) Scph Politics ( Continued from Page 3 ) with Student Government and e determined desire to devote full time and effort in performing its duties . Jack Pierz and Ron Rinaldi are running for class treasurer . Jack is in the AB course and resid...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Alpha Sigma Nu Receives Juniors into Select Ranks ( Continued from Page 1 ) HONOR JUNIORS . . . Philip Limpert , William Connett , John War man , and Peter Bourlier . course . Peter comes from Scarsdale , N . Y . He is a member of the Philosophy Club and the Young Republicans Club . He also participated in the recent GU Forum which discussed the topic Whai makes a liberal education ? After college , Peter will head for medical school . Michael Carden is a resident of Chicago , where he attended Leo High School . Mike is also in the AB ( Honors ) pre-med course . Medical school will be his next stop after Georgetown . William Connett , a Missourian from St . Louis , has the distinction of being the first mathematics major in the Honors Program . He has been on the soccer team and is now the President of the Math Club and a member of the Philosophy Club . Upon graduation , Bill will study math in graduate school . An AB philosophy major , Philip Limpert is a resident of Flushing , New...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
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Washington Clubbers Pick Ralston For Head Position [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Washington Clubbers Pick Ralston For Head Position Active candidates combined with large student participation aided in making the Washington Club elections highly successful . Voting in last week s election was at a new high for the Club , with seventy-five per cent , of the eligible students voting . Len Ralston , newly elected president , stated that due to the contest over the offices of Treasurer and Secretary , student interest was aroused . He said further that the program for the coming year ¦ will consist of several steps , all revolving about the objective of forming a more integral relationship between day students and residents . The primary features of his platform ¦ call for the incorporation of the day students into any meal ticket plan adopted by the college officials , and the securing of rooms for use of the day students who desire to remain on campus overnight . While pursuing an AB economics degree , Ealston has served as treasurer of the club for this past year ...