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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
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MAGIC LANTERN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
MAGIC LANTERN ( Continued from Page ) covers a far greater period of time , Elmer remains throughout the whole virtually the same . One might raise here the question of whether a film maker has a right to alter a famous book , even though the alterations be an improvement . I do not allude here to the many superficial changes dictated by film syntax or censors , but rather to what Brooks has done in coming up -with essentially a new work—an incisive , virile , trenchant screenplay that uses the novel primarily as a point of departure and only secondarily as a source of detail . I suspect that Brooks is on the right track . He has certainly removed much of what is wearisome and to an extent dated in the novel , and from a competent cast , including Dean Jagger , Arthur Kennedy , Shirley Jones , and Ed Anderson ( in a flawless interpretation of Babbitt ) drawn meaningful , vibrant characterizations . Now after all this has been said , there is still one point to be made . Although the...
Harriett , Reilly Picked By HOY A Directorate [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
Harriett , Reilly Picked By HOY A Directorate In amidnight Editorial Board meeting on Monday , September 26 , The HOYA elected David A . Harnett to the office of Executive Secretary , which had been vacated on Sunday by Joseph Sichler . A second Board change took place last May when Thomas P . Reilly took EXECUTIVE . . . Dave Harnett . from the Priory School here in the District . In his college career at Georgetown he has been a member of Eta- Sigma Phi , the Washington Club , The HOYA , the Freshman Advisory Committee , and will be the pro tempore representative of the Non-Resident Sodality on this year s Student Council . Dave is also a member of the Non-Resident Executive Committee . He served on the copy staff of The HOYA . Thomas P . Reilly graduated from Fairfield Preparatory School in Fairfield , Connecticut , where he was captain of the debating team for two years and a member of his school yearbook . A sophomore , he is an AB ( Classical ) student who intends to make a car...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
M &amp; B Schedules Five Presentations CContinued from Page 4 ) BAUBLER . . . Willy Werwaiss In addition to President Werwaiss of the College , the M&amp;B also has the following new officers : Peter Conway of the Foreign Service School will serve as Vice President , Joan L . Venzke of the Nursing School as Secretary , and John Campbell of the College as Treasurer . Rev . Paul A . Donovan , S . J ., remains as Moderator of the organization and Mr . Donn B Murphy as Director .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
A New Page The athletic tradition here at Georgetown is a cherished one and one which has been many years in the making . Every class that has ever entered the big green gate in front of the Hilltop has written its own page in this time-honored volume and now the class of 64 will be given its chance . Your class will contribute its own athletes , establish your own records and provide a solid block of support for all Hoya teams . For the most part you will not be competing merely as a class but rather as an integral part of this great athletic tradition that has meant so much to Georgetown . But most important of all you ¦ will be representing Georgetown fighting under the banner , and will be expected to remain Gentlemen of Georgetown in both victory and defeat . The future , of course , is shrouded in _uncei-tainty but at the same time the opportunities are unlimited . Only you can set the goals and standards to be attained . We know you will do well by the blue and gray just as o...
Fall Athletic Program To Open With IM Football [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
Fall Athletic Program To Open With IM Football Sophs To Attempt Loop Title Defense The fall sports slate is ready to open with a proverbial bang here at Georgetown as the sophomore intramural football squad sets out to defend the title it earned last year as frosh . They were the cinderella team of the circuit last year sweeping to an unblemished 5-0 record under the coaching of Paul Solomon . Behind the quarterbacking of John McMillian the sophs will be up against stiff competition in their title defense . The seniors , having had their league domination abruptly confiscated will be out for _reveng-e , with stars like , Bill Prest , Bill Moore , and Bat Seymour leading the assault . The juniors were the weakest aggregation in the IM loop last year but will return under a new coach , a new play pattern and new hopes . The years frosh are , of course , untried and untested but may pull as big a surprise as their predecessors did in 59 . Well know the answer in a few weeks when all fo...
Reese Is Named To Assist O'Keefe [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
Reese Is Named To Assist OKeefe In an effort to insure the fullest development of its budding , young basketball talent , Georgetown has named a man skilled in the floral art as its Freshman coach . The man , Robert C . Reese , is , by the way , also quite skilled in the art of basketball . Reese s appointment was officially announced this past Saturday . It was , of course , made necessary by Tom OKeefe s moving from the freshman to the varsity coaching spot . Starred at St . John s A native of Washington , Bob attended St . John s High School here . While at St . Johns which incidentally , is the alma mater of two Hoya varsity stars , Puddy Sheehan and Tom Fitzpatrick , he earned an outstanding athletic record , playing football and baseball , as well as basketball . He captained the football and basketball teams and is considered one of St . John s finest athletes . Following his graduation from St . John s in 1952 , Reese matriculated at Fordham . ¦ where he served as captain of...
New Board Chief Coleman To Captain 1960 Hoya Cagers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
New Board Chief Coleman To Captain 1960 Hoya Cagers While the gym was still echoing with the soothing music of registration , Georgetowns basketball fortunes for the coming season were strengthened with the election of Tom Coleman as captain of this year s team . Consistently scoring and rebounding in double figures , the 6 5 —210 pound Bear has been an impressive member of the varsity cage team for the last two seasons . His past and present positions of leadership readily show the native Washingtonian to be -well equipped for this position . As a sophomore Tom was elected class president ; as a junior the AB economics major was a member of the Deans List ; currently he is serving as Treasurer of the Yard . Sees Winning Season Coleman has an optimistic outlook for the coming season , and justifiably so . His words indicate that this year s aggregate has all the ingredients necessary for a winning season and possibly a post season tournament . Height , depth , speed defense , shooti...
SAC Sets Sights On Bus Trip [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
SAC Sets Sights On Bus Trip by Ed Weathersbee Georgetown is proud to say that in the past years its student body has supported its varsity sports with tremendous enthusiasm . Few realize , however , the underlying factor which encourages throngs of spectators to McDonough Gymnasium , Cole Field House , and Madison Square Garden to view Georgetown in action . Predominantly , it is a group of students known as the Student Athletic Committee who ¦ work in unison toward the goal of student support at athletic events . This year the Student Athletic Committee plans to introduce two major changes which will definitely be an aid to every student . First , the committee shall set up and maintain a centrally located bulletin board , upon which will be placed a sports schedule of the ( Continued on Page 10 )
SAC [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
SAC ( Continued from Page 9 ) coming week . The times , dates , and places of these events shall be listed . Second , since the Hoyas are anticipating an excellent season in basketball , bus trips shall be arranged to Philadelphia and NewYork City at a minimum cost . New Officers at Helm The new officers of the SAC are Robert Markee , President ; Charles Mueller , Secretary , and Joseph Masterson , Treasurer . These men shall see to it that every game and meet in which Georgetown participates shall be publicized throughout the University . In order to accomplish this , they will distribute posters and flyers . It should give the student an ex cellent knowledge of sports activities . A Straw Hat sale will take place again this year to help provide money for the athletic teams . This is done so that new and better equipment might be more easily obtained . Since the sale is limited to freshmen only , it is each one s duty to purchase a hat . Being that the cost is small , all freshmen ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 September 1960
Summing up his outlook for the coming- season , Coleman says this will be a team imbued with a strong 1 competitive spirit ; it will be a hustling team always giving its best and a team which Georgetown should remember for a long time Coleman ( Continued from Page 9 ) in primarily a fast breaking attack . Most important of all , the team will have experience , an element which Tom feels was lacking in last year s squad . Coach OKeefe has already met with his prospective squad and has set forth a stringent set of training regulations which the new captain says will be strictly enforced . The purpose of these training regulations is not only that the team will be well conditioned physically , but also that it may have the proper mental attitude .