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GU Polo Team Tops Princeton [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
GU Polo Team Tops Princeton The Georgetown University Polo team regained its past form last Saturday afternoon in handing Princeton a 13-0 thrashing . The Hoya mallet men could do no wrong as they continually launched scoring offensives while the stunned Tigers were having a tough time getting the elusive pellet into Georgetown territory . Rick Otto turned in his best performance of the year as he tallied six goals . Mike Raoul-Duval and Carlos Rizo-Patron rounded out the Hoya lineup and both played great polo . Mike notched four markers while number three man , Rizo-Patron scored three . Prior to the Princeton affair , the GU aggregation were having their troubles , both with the staunch opposition and with this new type of arena game . On Saturday , April 24 , the University of Virginia defeated Georgetown in a tight 4-3 ( Continued on Page 13 )
Netmen Advance [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Netmen Advance NET VALUE ... in this year s version of the Hoya tennis squad seen in Bob Mendel , left , and Dick Razzetti . Razzetti is undefeated in singles play this year . by Marshall Fitz Georgetown s tennis fortunes have been on the upswing since their April 11 match with Bucknell . They have remained victorious in all but one clash . Bucknell easily succumbed , 9-0 , as the big man Dick Razzetti clobbered his opponent . Then after a short break , the annual Cherry Blossom Tournament was held on April 18 , 19 , and 20 . Pitted in the affair were Wisconsin , North Carolina , and George Washington , and Georgetown . The Hoyas beat GW in the first match , 6-3 . GW Cops Tourney North Carolina won the next day , 6-3 , and by virtue of their victory ( Continued on Page 14 )
Vinton Paces Boardmen As Season Progresses [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Vinton Paces Boardmen As Season Progresses by Joe Lee Here we go round again _begins one of the Kingston Trio s recent offerings and that phrase might well be used to keynote the spring track season . For the team has been going round and round again ; round at the Queens-Iona Relays , round at the Penn Relays , and round again at VMI , although the geometrical continuity was broken somewhat at VMI , in that it was a triangular meet among West Virginia , VMI , and Georgebo wn . Hoyas Bow to VMI Since the VMI-West Virginia meet was chronologically first , it might as well be considered that way here . To sum up , the Hoyas came out in the middle of an 87-55-23 score , with VMI on the long end , and West Virginia at the bottom . Aside from Phil Limpert s second place javelin throw , Georgetown scored all its points in the running events . The Blue and Gray won them all except for the hundred yard dash and the low hurdles ( in which they had no entrants ) , with Bob Vinton , a mile and...
IM Meet Set For May 12 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
IM Meet Set For May 12 by Ed Weathersbee On May 12 , the Georgetown University Athletic System will hold its annual Intramural Track M eet , which is open to all students in the College , who don t compete _ir varsity track . This quadrangular meet , consisting of the four classes — Freshman , Sophomore , Junior , and Senior — is dominated by strong rivalry and fierce competition , equalled only by that of IM Football . Sophs to Defend Last year , the frosh eked out a victory barely nipping the strong Junior Class by 1 . 6 points . The final results were : frosh 39 1 / 6 ; juniors 37 1 / 2 ; sophs 25 1 / 3 ; and seniors 17 . An interesting note is the fact that the frosh didn t win one running event , but relied entirely upon their depth and spectacular wins in the three field events . The present Sophomore and Senior Classes are again rated as co-favorites next Thursday from their previous performances . The Junior Class , who gained only one first place as sophomores—the 440 yd . ...
Vinton Is Athlete Of Week [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Vinton Is Athlete Of Week For the outstanding performance he turned in at the Penn Relays , Bob Vinton , senior co-captain of the varsity track team , has been named WGTB s Athlete of the Week . With strong anchor legs in both the distance medley and four mile relays , Vinton was Georgetown s brightest star in the Philadelphia carnival . Taking the stick well behind in the talent-laden field , Vinton brought it up to the . third position in Friday s distance med ¬ ley event . His clocking of 4 : 13 . 5 was the fastest time in the day s mile events . Four Mile Event On the following day , he came back to anchor the four mile relay to a second place finish . Vinton came from deep in the pack to nose out Hank Levin of New York University . Again his time of 4 : 14 . 1 was once of the best miles of the day . Bob has also been nominated to run in WGTBs Athlete of the year Award for excellent performance throughout the 1959-1960 campaign .
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
Netmen ( Continued from Page 12 ) over GW the following day became champions . North Carolina s Silvia came very close to upsetting Razzetti as he won the first set , 6-4 . Razzetti came back to take the second set by an identical score and in the final set was at match point before pulling it out to win 8-6 and keep his undefeated record intact . Georgetown then took Wisconsin , 8-1 . The following two matches proved to be easy affairs for the Hoyas , as they crushed RandolphMacon and Fordham , 8-1 and 9-0 . With Razzetti and the number 2 man , Fred Cone , flying along , the team s record has advanced to 8-4 , after losing three of their first four . The slow start can be attributed to the inclement spring weather which allowed only two days of practice before the first match . Of the remaining schedule , Navy on its home grounds promises the toughest competition . Bob Ruzanic _, a member of the team , brought fame to the school s tennis power as he annexed the Bermuda College Cham...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 May 1960
This airplane is actually a flying classroom . The course taught in it is Air Navigation , under real conditions . The students are young men who have been selected as possible future leaders of the Aerospace Team . Graduation after 32 weeks of training will win each of the students the honored silver wings of an Air Force Navigator and an Officer s Commission . For certain young men , this training can open the wa _} to a bright career of executive potential . Right now the Air Force is scoring impressive technological advances in the fields of navigation , guidance and tracking , electronics and radar . And here is where its highly trained and experienced Navigators will be expected to take over command positions of increasing responsibility . To qualify for Navigator training as an Aviation Cadet , you must be between 19 and 26 _Yi—single , healthy and intelligent . And you must want to build an exciting , interesting career in the Aerospace Age . If jou think you measure up , we...
Humphrey Gives Lecture in Gaston by Dave Harriett Next Monday , Gaston Hall will witness Senator Hubert Humphrey , fresh from the West Virginia primary , deliver the final Gaston Lecture for this year . Senator Humphrey will speak on Liberalism and the Revolutions of our Times , a topic that is , in his own words , " close to my heart . " As one of the foremost Democratic candidates for the nresi- [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 May 1960
Humphrey Gives Lecture in Gaston by Dave Harriett Next Monday , Gaston Hall will witness Senator Hubert Humphrey , fresh from the West Virginia primary , deliver the final Gaston Lecture for this year . Senator Humphrey will speak on Liberalism and the Revolutions of our Times , a topic that is , in his own words , close to my heart . As one of the foremost Democratic candidates for the nresi- Changes Revealed In Study Program For Present Frosh by Joe Walsh The Administration has recently announced several changes in courses leading 1 to degrees in the College . These changes , effective Sept ., 1960 , for the present Freshman Class , are a new AB premedical course , a new philosophy sequence , and other minor changes . Starting next year , all students of the College will take Philosophy 1 / 2 in their sophomore year instead of their junior as has been the procedure in the past . According to Mr . Quinn , College Registrar , the advantages of this new sequence are two . First , the...