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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
( 7-eeAori _travel (/ _Sureciu Closest Ticket Agency to Georgetown Campus Travel Services Provides Complete Tours Cruises Independent Tickets Insurance Travel No charge for our advice 1304 Wisconsin Avenue and ( at FE 3-6646 , reservationassistance FRIDAY Here s the car that reads you loud and clear—the new-size , you-size 61 Chevrolet . We started out by trimming the outside size a bit ( to give you extra inches of clearance for parking and maneuvering ) but inside we left you a full measure of Chevy comfort . Door openings are as much as 6 inches wider to give feet , knees , and elbows the undisputed right of way . And the new easy-chair seats are as much as 14 % higher—just right for seeing , just right for sitting . Once you ve settled inside youll have high and wide praises for Chevrolets spacious new dimensions ( in the Sport Coupes , for example , head room has been upped as much as 2 inches , and theres more leg room , too—front and rear ) . Chevies of all from the most eleg...
LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
LETTERS ARTS &amp; ( Continued from Page 2 ) Filled with fancies and empty of meaning 1 . Tumid apathy with no concentration . One final . rejoinder to the second . defence above . I find in my experience that most of the places infested by Muzak are ideal for self-induced and spontaneous relaxation . For example , I am sure that the Creator meant the evening 1 meal to be a pretext for casual and intelligent conversation . And the latter can frequently be a splendid exercise for easing and untying the various inhibitions induced by machine-living . , Three suggestions with reference to the New South Cafeteria Either abolish Muzak altogether ; after all , this is a University . Or if the machine cost too much money , pipe in something which is unobtrusive but bears the imprint of the human mind . Some modern jazz groups show real ingenuity , and the quartets of Haydn are filled with modest marvels . Or , finally , set aside an hour at every meal , when those who will can eat ...
Dance Off [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
Dance Off Due to unforseen circumstances , the Washington Club announced last week that the election dance scheduled for next Saturday night has been cancelled . Len Ralston , the club s president , stressed that another dance would be rescheduled in the near future . Ralston also stated that anyone who wishes to join the club , but did not get the opportunity at registration , should come to the club s office on first Copley during the next few weeks .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
WORTH SHOW ON flr _e ¦ * j r ? vrn r \ w _Kr A BHH _ JHHl More more space spunk and too wagons Heres the new Chevy Corvair a complete line of complete for 61 thrift with cars . To start with , every Corvair has a budgetpleasing price tag . And Corvair goes on from there to save you even more . With extra miles per gallon . . . quicker-than-ever cold-start warmup so you start saving sooner ... a new extra-cost optional heater that warms everyone evenly . Riding along with this extra economy : more room inside for you , more room up front for your luggage ( sedans and coupes have Rw _^ _Xw iKfot almost 12 % more usable trunk space ) . And our new wagons ? Youll love them The neivest car in WOOD 4-DOOR America the CORVAIR 700 LAKE think they re the greatest thing for families since houses . The Lakewood Station Wagon does a man-sized job with cargo , up to 68 cubic feet of it . The Greenbrier Sports Wagon youre going to have to see—it gives you up to 175 . 5 cubic feet of space for you...
Hoya Graduate Recalls Turn-of-Century Hilltop [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
Hoya Graduate Recalls Turn-of-Century Hilltop by Bob Lyons With this issue we sever our connection in an official capacity with The Journal , and in so doing we close a chapter of our history which has been at the same time most pleasant , most interesting , most entertaining and most instructive . Now we lay down our trusty pen , and putting on our earlaps we go forth into the cold , cold world . Would not that make you burst into tears ? It was in this manner that George Reid 02 began his final column in the June , 1902 , issue of The Journal . Last week we had the privilege of speaking with Mr . Reid at the Alumni House , where he has worked for the past seven years . He has been a teacher in the College and Law school ( 1911-1918 ) , a lawyer for the New Deal , and a farmer—a venture in which he is proud of having lost $ 80 , 000 . 00 He is an old man now , nearly eighty , but he remembers much about his college days . Born in 1881 he entered Georgetown in 1899 . Of his arrival ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
Insiders Set Forth Views On Hazing With hazing now a week in the past the class of 1964 has had time to reflect on the relative merits of the program they underwent . Here then are a few of their opinions . Woody Schempp , Bridgeport , Conn . Besides accomplishing its other purposes it drew the freshmen and sophomores together and helped the freshmen adjust to college life . John Clement , Philadelphia , Penna . It was a little overdone , a little too rough , and we were made to revolt before the time was ripe . Throughout hazing I could see its purpose but we felt like a puppet because I knew all the time that we -were being made to revolt . Bob Mooney , Cincinnati , Ohio At the beginning it came too close to riot and looked as if the sophomores were simply out to get us . Looking back , however , it seems very good . Gerry Simmons , Cincinnati , Ohio If by unity is meant an entire class becoming temporarily angry at another class , then hazing was probably successful . But if hazi...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
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1902 Grad Recalls Hilltop Days [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
1902 Grad Recalls Hilltop Days George _Reid ( Continued from Page ) As a senior , Reid was editor of the Yearbook . The manager of th &lt; book absconded with $ 150 . 00 of the book s money . Reid made this up out of his own pocket and got the book out three months late , having written nearly all of it himself . Besides the Merrick Debate medalReid • was awarded the physics medal upon graduation and gave the Bachelor Address . In his junior year he received three medals at graduation ; in his sophomore year he received four . The subject of these medals ranged from English Composition to Analytical Chemistry . Reid s athletic career was less successful . The school in those days was crew crazy , and he like many tried out for it . He gave it up after several months spent no nearer the river than a rowing machine . He also played football for a whilebut he did not make the varsity . Looking back now he says he would trade all the medals he won for a varsity G . In 1905 , Mr ...
The Call of Duty Echoes Far at GU [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
The Call of Duty Echoes Far at GU What is duty ? Peter Handel might well ponder this question . Last Friday eveningPete received a call requesting that he come to New York for one of the United Nations receptions . In order to make ithe had to catch a plane which would leave in twenty minutes . As usualthere was no cab in sight and there ¦ was little prospect of getting one in time . After several frantic calls and a useless search for someone with a car , Pete gave up . At this moment Captain Paul Greenwho was attending to some -routine police duties , happened to spot Pete and inquire as to his problem . Hearing the story , Captain Green drove Pete , bags and all , to the airport . The policeman s courtesy paid off : Pete made his plane . DUNNE ( Continued from Page 3 ) to do well but to do the best oi ¦ which one is capable . He added that a desire for excellence in the student himself is most essential , yet everyone involved in education must be willing to muster his capabiliti...
$ 4 _, 200 , 000 Building Begun At Sunday ' s Groundbreaking [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
$ 4 _, 200 , 000 Building Begun At Sunday s Groundbreaking ( Continued PRIME MOVERS IN FUND DRIVE ... Dr . James Ruby , Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association ; Colonel Leo Codd , President of the Alumni Association ; and Very Rev . Edward Bunn , S . J ., President of University . separation of workers and investigators in any of the distinct fields is detrimental to the unity of effort and richness of resources and results . The building will consist of seven floors . On the first will be the two auditoriums and some equipment to be used in conjunction with the nuclear physics , chemistry and biology courses . On the second level -will be eight classroomsthe Department of Mathematics offices and research space , and the two electronic computers . The third floor will hold the science and technical library and the biology research labs . from Page On the fourth floor will be five large biology labs and 15 smaller research labs . The fifth floor will consist of four large phys...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 6 October 1960
Room Turn OI The Century Wisconsin Avenue CM 3-8051 4233 COMMUNITY SINGING ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY Georgetown s Own STEVE ROSS and His RAGTIME MUSIC MEET YOUR FRIENDS AND RELAX IN OUR SPEAKEASY ATMOSPHERE — COMMUNITY SINGING — TUNES FROM GASLIGHT ERA DIME SANDWICHES NICKEL COFFE BEER WINE MIXED DRINKS _^ C ARENA SAT OCT . 22 , at 8 : 30 PM at ULINE Tickets : $ 2 . 00 , $ 2 . 50 , $ 3 . 00 , $ 3 . 50 NOW ON SALE—Washington : Talbert Ticket Agency , Wiliard Hotel , 14 th &amp; Penn Ave . N . W . NA 8-5575 ; The Guitar Shop , 1816 M . St . N . W . ME 8-1419 ; Georgetown Record Store ( Learmontes , 1227 Wisconsin Ave ., Baltimore : Central Ticket Agency , 206 N . Liberty St ., Baltimore 1 , Md . PL 2-4797 ; College Park Md .: The Record Center , 7406 Baltimore Blvd , College Park , Md . WA 7-4102 . MAIL ORDER : Make checks payable to Talbert Ticket Agency Wiliard Hotel 14 th &amp; Penn Ave . N . W ., Washington . Enclose stamped self-addressed envelope . A L 1 MELIGHT-SAWC...