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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
TI SATURDAY Sacred Heart Hour Hoya Fara Walt Higgins e Army Bandstand Campus Roundup Bob Donovan Navy Swings 9 : 3 D News Summary News Evening News Evening Eve ws Georgetown Forum _iloya wit _Jrara Walt Higgins e The Armentano Show John Armentano It Ad Women s World Jill . Mimi &amp; J The Little Show 6 : 30 a 9 : 55 Tales from Reader s Digest ews ummary Hoya Hit Parade Dick Schalk Spins &amp; Needles Bob Di Maio The Tanous Show Pete Tanous Let George Do It Night Beat Dick Schalk 7 : 05 10 : 35 Club 550 Pete Tanous Spins &amp; Needles Bob Di Maio sports George Budd ign uu Uninterrupted Instrumental Interlude Ben Cabell Trouble with Harry Harry White Meeting B : 05 b 550 .... D k E Ik 9 : 05 Broadway Panorama Ernest Krafft Peter Oehrlein Tom Martin Sandy Hoddinott John Judd 12 : 05 Club 550 .... Jack Scott All About Sports All Abo t Sports 1 Ab t S ea Music Out of the Night Arnold Donahue &amp; Patrick Music Out of the Nigh Louis Timchak Music Out of t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
A g FOOTBALL : ITS CAUSE AND CURE Next Saturday a . t the football game while you are sitting in your choice student s seat behind the end zone , won t you give a thought to Alaric Sigafoos ? Alaric Sigafoos ( 1868-1934 ) started life humbly on a farm near Thud , Kansas . His mother and father , both named Ralph , were bean-gleaners , and Alaric became a bean-gleaner too . Later he moved to Oregon and found work with a logging firm as a stump-thumper . Then he went to North Dakota where he tended the furnace in a granary ( wheat-heater ) . Then he drifted to Texas where he tidied up oil fields ( pipe-wiper ) . Then to Arizona where he strung dried fruit ( fig-rigger ) . Then to Kentucky where he fed horses at a breeding farm ( oat-toter ) . Then to Long Island where he dressed poultry ( duck-plucker ) . Then to Alaska where he drove a delivery van for a bakery ( breadsledder ) . Then to Minnesota where he cut up frozen lakes ( iceslicer ) . Then to Nevada where he computed odds in a...
Sophs-Seniors Open IM Ball Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Sophs-Seniors Open IM Ball Saturday © _^ Game Rated Even-Up The evenly matched sophomore and senior elevens , who tied in the final game of the 1958 season , 6-6 , open the 1959 campaign this Saturday morning on Kehoe Field . The seniors , who managed only a single tie in five outings last year , hope to break into the victory column with an early win against their underclass opponents . Lefthanded quarterback Joe DiMare is slated to see plenty of action in his debut on the gridiron for the Class of 60 . Phil Bowers , Jim Fussell , and Walt Smith are scheduled to carry the running attack . The sophs will be led by quarterback Jack Fenlon and linemen Jim Delahite and Jim Schwab . Game time is 10 : 30 a . m . WITH BILL GILDEA Sports Editor With the intramural football league kiekoff just 48 hours hence , junior coach Jack Hagerty is reportedly still searching 1 for more depth at his interior line positions . The amiable athletic director , whose charges won four of five regular season...
Sweetman , Solomon Prep Frosh Gridders for Opener [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Sweetman , Solomon Prep Frosh Gridders for Opener by Bill Dailey With the intramural football season approaching , coaches Pop Sweetman and Paul Solomon are presently trying to mold the new crop of freshmen into a proficient unit . The frosh have already started scrimmaging in preparation for their first game against the juniors on October 17 . This season Paul Solomon , an allstar end last year , has added a new twist to Pop s basic T-formation . He is employing the Split T with either halfback split outside the end in order to set up various pass patterns . To balance this Coach Sweetman has developed an offtackle buck series as he puts it to keep them honest . Another feature of this year s frosh aggregation is a light , agile line with guards who are able to pull out quickly around end to open the way for the big , charging backs . In the initial practices the squad has been familiarized with the series of plays that they will use all season . John McMillan , a letterman from Ca...
In The Seniot Camp Spirit , New Faces Provide New Hope [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
In The Seniot Camp Spirit , New Faces Provide New Hope A definite increase in spirit , a variety of new talent , and plain old-fashioned hard work could make the senior football squad the best that the class of 60 has produced in their four year stay at the Hilltop . Joe DiMare , who is out for the first time , Jack Frank and Walt Smith , both of whom played as sophomores , should add a great deal of backfield strength . DiMare is a fine passer and ball handler who played iis high school ball in Miami . Jack Frank , a speedy scatback , was one of the leading ground gainers on the sophomore squad two years ago and Walt Smith , a two year all-star back , was the league s most outstanding back that same year . This trio together with Chick Leasure , Lenny Keilp , Jim Fussell , Jim Bowers , and Jim Brown make up a backfield which has speed , power , and depth . The line is experiencing more difficulties than the backfield . The loss of Charley Pacifico and the lack of size and depth pre...
Sophs Seek Scoring Punch [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Sophs Seek Scoring Punch The sophomore football team this year can be compared basically to the Chicago White Sox in relative strength and weaknesses . The second year men have been judged in pre-season analysis to field a fine defensive team with good speed , but to date they have yet to jell perfectly on offense in developing a definite scoring punch . Last year they managed to move the ball well between the 20 s , but seemed unable io muster the necessary momentum to carry the pigskin over the goal line . Coaches Tom Brett and Chuck Thomas will employ the spread formation , putting most of the emphasis on the passing game . The 58 team seemed to be plagued with fumblitis and must overcome this in order to score the points they will need to win games . The team has a sturdy line bolstered by Tom Boggs , Jim Delahite , and Jim Schwab . The backfield is headed by John Felon at quarterback and fleetfooted Pete Powers at half .
Juniors Set ToDefendTitle [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Juniors Set ToDefendTitle by Bob Pruner . If the juniors are going to repeat as intramural league champs this year , well have to have more depth , particularly at center and tackle . These were the word of Jack Hagerty , coach of the defending champion junior football team . With the exception of two men , last year s team will be returning to take up where they left off last season . The backfield will be made up of all-star quarterback . Tom Dwyer ; halfbacks Bill Prest and Bill Gates ; and Bat Seymour at fullback . Stars Return Returning linemen will include three all-stars : guards George Renner and Jack Fields along with end ( Continued on Page 11 )
SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
SCHEDULE Oct . 10 Senior vs . sophs Oct . 16 Juniors vs . sophs Oct . 17 Seniors vs . frosh Oct . 23 Frosh vs . sophs Oct . 30 Juniors vs . frosh Oct . 31 Seniors vs . sophs Nov . 6 Juniors vs . seniors Nov . 7 Sophs vs . sophs Nov . 11 Juniors vs . frosh 10 : 30 a . m . Nov . 14 Seniors vs . juniors Game times : Friday—4 p . m ., Saturday—10 : 30 a . m . 7 : _i _^^ ti SENIOR STRENGTH . . . center John Boule and quarterback , Joe DiMare looking- forward . to first game Saturday morning- against sophs .
Fr . Hoggson Named Athletic Moderator [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Fr . Hoggson Named Athletic Moderator _Farmer Loyola Dean Hoya Pitchmen Open Season Assumes New Role At Rqndolph-Macon Saturday | K _S _&gt;^|^|» i l&amp; ,: i _rr ; . / - • ¦ _• • - - . / . • ¦ r i • v , . . _ _^ c PITCH PALAVER . . . Soccer coach , Steve Benedek , discusses strategy prior to recent practice . His listeners are : ( standing-, 1 . to r . ) Richard Luby , Bill Atalay , Bob OConnor , Heinz Hoeneck , Washie Monge , Nick Guevara , and Steve McDonald ; ( kneeling , 1 . to r . ) Terry Buck , Hugh Connolly , George Rissotto , Diego Danchez , and Jerry Valchovic . m by Joe Lee Those walking- through the corridors of McDonough Gymnasium may have noticed a new face among the athletic hierarchy who abide there . The Reverend Robert Hoggson , S . J ., is the newly appointed Athletic Moderator to succeed Reverend John Jacklin , S . J ., who is supervising Georgetown-at-Fribourg junior year study program . Loyola Grad No stranger to this part of the country , Fr ....
Two V ' s Lead GU Harriers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Two V s Lead GU Harriers On October 17 the varsity crosscountry track season opens against Richonmd in a road engagement . Georgetown s track coach , Hap Hardell , is very optimistic about his squad this year . Last year the cross-country team suffered from a lack of depth . Coach Hardell hopes that with this year s sophomores and the holdovers from last year s varsity , the depth shortage will be counteracted . The list of varsity returnees is impressive . Two of the most important are George Verdisco and Bob Vinton . Verdisco , a junior this year , was a standout when he was a yearling at Georgetown and in his sophomore year turned in several outstanding performances . Bob Vinton is the senior distance ace for the track and harrier squads with numerous stickout victories to his credit . Backing up Verdisco and Vinton are seniors Tom Cawley , Frank Treutlein , and Chuck Rend , with junior Joe Lee . Also there are three sophomores to add depth—Phil Banda , Scott Clendaniel _, and Ed...
Title Defense Junior Task [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Title Defense Junior Task ( Continued from Page 10 ) Bill Moore . Also returning will be end Paul Shoup and Pat , Nugent , a tackle . Coach Hagerty and his assistent , Don Kissinger , are currently looking for replacements for last year s center John McMahon and tackle Lew Midence . Leading candidates for these jobs include Ted Nitka , Tom Harvey and Don Whammond . Defending Champs The juniors will again work from a Wing-T which was successful for a 5-1 record last year . Last year as sophomores the 61 men finished the regular season in a deadlock with the seniors . The final game resulted in a 14-8 win over the upperclassmen and the league crown .
DO YOU KNOW THAT [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
DO YOU KNOW THAT it was right here at Georgetown that the idea of oxygen for athletes competing in strenuous competition was first conceived ? Back in 1946 , a radical innovation with possible startling ramafications in all sports was tried out by the Hoya football team of 1946 , according to the HOYA files .
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
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