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Editorials Togetherness [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

Editorials Togetherness Sisters ! sisters ! _tvho sent you here ? Fire , Famine , and Slaughter by Samuel Taylor Coleridg € A major change greeted hilltop upperclassmen on theii return to school last Thursday . For the first time juniors from the Nursing School had been admitted to elective courses within the College and Foreign Service School , and their smiling faces were evident from Accounting to American Lit . The advent of the distaff element from the other side of the hill produced no startling changes , although ties and postures are now somewhat more straight among the integrated males . The nurses , of course , are always starched and scrubbed but the addition of their gray and white uniforms to Tuesday s Army green and Air Force blue gives a rather unsettling Orwellian feeling to the classroom . Perhaps we can peer into the hazy future and discern one or two things which will have been made possible by the 1960 spiritual descendants of Susan B . Anthony . Certainly the so...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

r _^ ound-u p Roundup , for the benefit of oui new readers , is the catch-all of The HOYA . Pieces of miscellaneous information find their way to this 1 column , where they are strung out without any particular pattern or plot for your information and , occaisionally , enjoyment . Here are the first week s gleanings : Any student interested in serving Mass regularly on the Georgetown campus is welcome at the first meeting of the St . John Berchmans Society , which will be held next Monday evening at 7 : 00 in room 108 White-Gravenor . One of the outstanding examples of military pageantry in the world , and certainly the most spectacular free show in Washington , will continue to take place every Friday evening until mid-October at the Marine Barracks , Eighth and Eye S . E . This is the Retreat Parade of the oldest post in the Marine Corps , a colorful event involving the Marine Corps Band , the Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps , two companies of Marines in dress uniform , and the ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

HOY A Receives New Moderator ( Cont . from Page 1 ) Mr . John R . Donahue , S . J . my moderatorship and the chance to be associated with the Editors and staff . Other Changes In other changes of moderatorships , Father Robert Young , S . J . has taken Mr . William V . Dych s position as moderator of the Band . Due to Mr . Donahue s appointment , Mr . G . Harry Hock , S . J . has been assigned to the Saint John Berchmans Society , and Mr . Louis Pascoe , S . J ., has resumed his post with the Gaston-White .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Help Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

Help Wanted This evening at 8 : 00 there will be a meeting of all those interested in joining any staff of the HOY A . The meeting will be held in the Student Activities Room . There are openings for those interested in writing sports or news stories , serving on the photographic staff or the copy staff , or joining the advertising or circulation staff .

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

Please and by ties Help Marty coats wearing hall the dining in

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The Magic Lantern [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

The Magic Lantern by Dave Harriett Elmer Gantry The film version of Elmer Gantry , Sinclair Lewis poignant satire against fundamentalist dogma and revivalistic practices , is in many respects a tighter , more credible , and ultimately more affecting presentation than the book itself . The result is a tribute to the artistry of Richard Brooks , the adapter-director , who has ruthlessly , but skillfully cut and rewritten the 1927 novel . The book , it will be recalled , followed Gantry for almost 30 years all over the country through his various and sundry escapades , showing him to be an incredible monster , a walking catalogue of vices . Lewis heaped on Gantry all the odium which he felt for organized religion in general and for fundamentalists in particular . Mr . Brooks has microscoped and trimmed the story until what has been retained is that colorful section in which Elmer joins Sister Falconer s itinerant and evangelical church , although bits and pieces of what went before and...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ROTC Commands Led By Sponski and Cotter [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

ROTC Commands Led By Sponski and Cotter At the first ROTC drill _oJ the year on _Septembei twenty-seventh , the two _newlj appointed cadet colonels wil receive command of _theii units . Cadet Colonel Edwarc J . Cotter will assume command o : the Air Force ROTC , and Cadei Colonel John J . Sponski -will com mand the Army ROTC . Cadet Colonel Edward Cottei was born in Devon , Connecticut anc attended Notre Dame High School in nearby West Haven . His foui years at Notre Dame were divided between studies and his activities as a member of the school band In September of 1957 , he entered the Georgetown School of Foreign Service , enlisting at the same time in the ROTC program . His activites at Georgetown have for the most part been connected with ROTC . For three years he was a member of the Dowd Rifles drill team , becoming president and later commander . He is a four year mem * ber of the Propeller Club and its , vice president . Last year he became a member of the Arnold Air Society ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

College Freshmen Cop Scholarships The College Class of 1964 which numbers approximately 465 students boasts a total of 83 scholarship winners , about 18 per cent of the class . The newly arrived class boasts 20 independent scholarship holders , including three National Merit winners and two General Motors scholars , two of the most highly contested scholarships available . The winners of National Merit grants are : John A . Clement of Philadelphia and St . Josephs Prep , Philadelphia ; Thomas E . Kearney , a resident of Charlotte , North Carolina and a graduate of Charlotte Catholic High ; Charles J . Savoca , from Shaker Heights , Ohio and a graduate of Shaker Heights High School . The two Hoyas who received General Motors grants are : Richard A . Fortunati from Rio Piedras , Puerto Rico , a graduate of the Academia del Perpetuo Socorro in Puerto Rico , and Robert L . Galiero , a resident of the Bronx who comes to us by way of Regis High School in New York City . Nineteen freshmen ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

D . C . Clubbers Set For Social Affairs During the coming year , we are going to expand our club and its functions , both social and otherwise , Len Ralston , President of the Washington Club , said last week . He feels that the club has already taken great strides toward this goal by its various activities during the summer and by the acquisition of a new office on first Copley . In August , they sponsored a highly successful swim-dance party at the NCO Club of Bowling Air Force Base . In addition , the club s secretary , Paul Mattingly , served as chairman of the non-resident Freshman Advisory Committee ¦ whose members visited some 80 freshman of the Washington area . As a final pre-school event , the Washington Club , in connection with the Alumni Club of Washington , held a smoker for non-resident freshman of all schools last Saturday in the Palms Lounge . With all that behind them , the club plans to have an election dance on October 8 in . McDonough Gym from 8 to 12 p . m . Th...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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WGTB Fortunes Rise With FM Conversion [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

WGTB Fortunes Rise With FM Conversion Contrary to popular opinion , that new oversized antenna perched on top of Copley is not an electronic eye for the SPO , but only a technical instrument of WGTB . For on October the first , the Campus radio station becomes the first longrange educational FM system is the Washington DC area . A University-filed application was approved by the Fed- -- : i _= *; rr _«« £ SH « E ~* _SSK ? l — _* _-m _^ _at—^ _M _^^— mi ¦¦ n m i _tuMiiinmiiiwiMi—^^^— ¦—mm i i

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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FROSH GUIDES [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

FROSH GUIDES ( Continued from Page 1 ) Krovitz , New England ; Mike Leahy , Midwest ; Charlie Leroy _, New Jersey ; Mike McAllister , New York City area ; Dick Parry , South and West ; and , Karl Western , MidAtlantic and Pennsylvania . Don Burns handles the non-U . S . residents , and Paul Mattingly , Secretary of the Washington Club , the non-residents .

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Nurses Stage Welcome— -"Dizziland" Is Hilltop Hit [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

Nurses Stage Welcome—Dizziland Is Hilltop Hit TAYLOR STEW FROM NURSES REVIEW By Bill Garga . ro ( Last Sunday evening the Junior Class at the GU Nursing School presented an original musical show , ostensibly to orientate their younger sisters in the Hoya way of life , unto death . Ordinarily we would never have learned about this clandestine affair , however—a certain college freshman inadvertently fell into their midst . Actually , a sophomore was taking him for a walk and the chain broke . So he witnessed the ¦ whole thing . Here , then , is his unbiased , untrammeled , and ungrammatical review of their performance . ) CHARLIE : ( Singing ) Sixty-four , sixty-four , who could ask for more ? GEORGE : Hya , Charlie , where you been ? CHARLIE : I was over to the _Nui-sing School . GEORGE : What for , Charlie ? You know those girls are only interested in doctors . CHARLIE : I figured that out as soon as I saw how many juniors were engaged to doctors already . GEORGE : How could you te...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

Sfl _^ Campus _^ _t _^ I _y _^ >> _^ _* _^ ( Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf , The Many I _^^^^ _- _^^ Loves of Dobie Gillis , etc . ) ONCE MORE U NTO THE BREACH , DEAR FRIENDS Today , if I am a little misty , who can blame me ? For today I begin my seventh year of writing columns for the makers of Marlboro Cigarettes . Seven years ! Can it be possible ? It seems only yesterday I walked into the Marlboro offices , my knickers freshly pressed , my cowlick wetted down , my oilcloth pencil box clutched in my tiny hand . Sirs , I said to the makers of Marlboro—as handsome an aggregation of men as you will find in a month of Sundays , as agreeable as the cigarettes they make—mild yet hearty , robust yet gentle , flip-top yet soft pack— Sirs , I said to this assemblage of honest tobacconists , I have come to write a column for Marlboro Cigarettes in college newspapers across the length and breadth of this great free land of America . We shook hands then—silently , n...

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M & B Schedules Five Presentations [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

M & B Schedules Five Presentations At the first meeting of the Mask and Bauble last Thursday night , newly incumbent president , Willy Werwaiss , announced to a large membership turnout the schedule for the coming year s theatrical presentations and the result of the pre-season ticket sale . With the auspicious debut of Calliope last year , the M&B has planned five events for production this season : On November 4 and £ ¦ will be presented Christopher Fry s The Firstborn , the heroic struggle of two great empires and the men who ruled them . Tryouts for Fiist born will be on this Tuesday from 7 to 9 in the evening and on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p . m . Dylan Thomas Under Milk Wood—a reading—is scheduled for December 14 ; the work is and expose of life and love in a seafaring town . The annual One Act Play Contest will be held on February 17 and is open to all undergraduate students of the University . Those who submit entries before November 15 ...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

ROTC ( Continued from Page 3 ) several dramatic productions , and wrote for the school newspaper . While at Georgetown , Cadet Colonel Sponski has concentrated on studies , his duties as an employee of the Georgetown Print Shop , and ROTC activties . He was , for three years , a member of the Spraker Rifles drill team , in which he attained the rank of First Sergeant . Last year , he became a member of the Scabbard and Blade . He is also vice president of the Georgetown Chapter of the Association of the United States Army . This year , Cadet Colonel Sponski s cadet office staff is Cadet Lt . Colonel Thomas Fitzpatrick , Cadet Major John Jaeger , Cadet Major Michael Leahy , Cadet Major John Valieant , and Cadet Major Robert OConnor .

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

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Presidential Previews [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

Presidential Previews The preparation for your first year at Georgetown can , I think , be viewed as a prelude to your most important year in college . With the summer already over , your collegiate career is now beginning ; whether or not it will be a success is largely up to you . Certainly academic success may be achieved with persistent effort and application ; but I would also urge you to participate in the various co-curricular activities which have come to be an integral part of the college life here at Georgetown . Not only have such organizations proven their worth in developing initiative and responsibility , but it is only through your individual interest that the plans and activities of these organizations can be carried through with the greatest amount of success during the coming year . Of particular importance to yourself , and to your class , is the Student Council here at Georgetown , of which the Yard Office is the executive branch . Dating back to 1891 , when the ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960

Adenauer Scholar Begins GU Study GU GERMAN . . . Adolph Schuster A new arrival on the hilltop is German student Adolph Schuster , who is here for a two stay on the Adenauer Scholarship Program . The scholarship was founded after Georgetown gave Chancellor Adenauer an honorary degree , and in return , the German Government instituted an exchange program whereby two Americans are sent abroad for a one year stay each year and one German a year for a two year stay . For Adolph , the study in America was a must ; since he desires to be an English teacher in a German Gymnasium , which is the equivalent to our high school plus two years of college . In Germany a person cannot obtain a license to teach a foreign language unless he has lived in the foreign country for a period of time . When asked of his plans , he said , This is my first visit to America and so I would like to get to see as much as possible of the country and people and their way of life . During the summer he plans to work...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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