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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
Fact and Opinion in the News by Neil Moynihan The manner in which the American press meets its responsibility of dealing -with the news accurately and fairly is a topic worth considering at any time . It is of special interest during a presidential campaign . Unfortunately , the current presidential race does not seem to have produced a burning issue upon which the press could seize , a sensational campaign development . But there is no cause for complacency . Mr . James Reston ( New York Times , October 2 , 1960 ) has taken the press to task for not exerting its critical judgment to the full in appraising the programs of the candidates . Along- with this serious criticism of the editorial role of the American newspaper , Mr . Reston brought up , by implication , an equally important problem . It is that of the news objectivity of the press . Mr . Reston suggested that the reporting of the campaign to date is as fair and as complete as it ever has been . But we are not to be satisfi...
IBM Reigns Supreme : Hoyas Bow to Science [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
IBM Reigns Supreme : Hoyas Bow to Science by Lambert Spronck The installation of an IBM system of registration has ushered in era of the machine at Georgetown . With it come innovations that both placate and antagonize the individual Hoya . The IBM machine exhausts his desire for order at the same time that it grates against his sense of individuality . To get the positive side of the story your reporter descended to the basement of the Ryan Administration Building . Here are housed the machines which have at their fingertips every pertinent piece of information that it is possible for a student to -write on a five by twelve inch card . Mr . Harry E . Zimmermann , Assistant University Registrar , now in his nineteenth year at Georgetown , ticked off the arguments for science . The transition to an IBM system has occupied Mr . Zimmermann s time since last spring . Registration last month proved there are many loose connections in the new machine . Mr . Zimmermann s knowledge of the s...
Wolfington Revamps Junior Class Council [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
Wolfington Revamps Junior Class Council Vince Wolfington , Junior Class president , believes his duty is to see that as many class members as possible participate in student government . His campaign last year was based almost entirely on his plan to _reorg-anize the Class Council , a move which Wolfington believes is the most direct and effective way of incorporating- students into class — ¦ government . Forum Hears Talk On Latin America Monday evening , October 10 , the Latin American Forum presented the second lecture of its annual series in Copley Lounge . The main speaker for the occasion was His Excellency Senor Don Antonio Carrillo Flores , Ambassador of Mexico to the U . S . These lectures are presented by the Latin American Forum in an effort to present first-hand information on art , economics , and politics of the Latin American scene . They are held weekly in Copley Lounge at 8 : 15 p . m . The program consists of a lecture by the guest speaker , a question period , and ...
Med Boys Join Forces ; 100 Elect Joe Scoma [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
Med Boys Join Forces ; 100 Elect Joe Scoma II MEDICINE MAN . . . Joseph Scoma . Among the other organizations beginning during these first few weeks is the Medical Sciences Club of the College of Arts and Sciences . The club , which consists of junior and senior pre-medical and predental students , held its primary organizational meeting last Wednesday night , October 5 . The purpose of the association is to satisfy the outside interest of the pre-medical and pre-dental students and encourage them to follow Christian practices . The first meeting was successful . In spite of a New York Metropolitan Club meeting at the same time , approximately 100 people came to join . The members were addressed by the moderator , the Reverand Arthur A . Coniff , S . J ., associate professor of biology at the College and instructor in embryology and histology , who hoped that we -will have a good active year and that he would do all he could to help the club . The president of the Medical Sciences C...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
JUNIOR PRESIDENT . . . Vince Wolfington . made up of representatives of various committees designed to probe into all aspects of possible benefit to the class . There will be a total of twelve representatives of the various committees on the Council . There will be an Academic Committee composed of majors in every field whose function will be to promote and arrange lectures and faculty-student meetings . A Representative Committee will provide a network of representation throughout the New South corridors to insure proper voicing of complaints and suggestions of individuals . Full Social Calendar It will be the Social Committee s job to arrange a full social calendar , with the intentions of staging one class function a month . The University picnic will be under the direction of this committee . There will also be publicity , newsletter , and Day-hop committees to make for a well informed and well co ¬ ordinated Junior Class . Lastly the Senior Gift Committee is to be organized thi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
Fine Arts Clubbers Plan Film Showing _, Set Tentative Plans The Fine Arts Club is planning a full program of activities according to its acting chairman , Thomas Graham , a junior in the school of Foreign Service . Graham will meet with the executive board of the club Monday to make final plans for the year . Next Monday , the club will show Silent World and conduct a discussion period following it . The club hopes to be able to afford the rental of a display of photographs called Impressions of Russia , which have been shown throughout the country and acclaimed enthusiastically . Also tentative are the club s plans to have a lecture by Brendon Behan author of The Hostage , which is now playing on Broadway . The spring art exhibition will definitely be held , but this year the works displayed will be predominately those of local artists . Seeking University Recognition Graham said the club is eagerly seeking University status and that the constitution will have to be amended because...
Young Dems , GOP Gird for Campaign YOUNG DBMS . . . YOUNG REPS . . . [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
Young Dems , GOP Gird for Campaign YOUNG DBMS . . . YOUNG REPS . . . The Young Democratic Club here at Georgetown is actively engaged in -promoting the interests of the Democratic Party during the 1960 election campaign . The club held an early organizational meeting this year , and raised its membership to 160—the highest in its history . Under the leadership of Al DiFiore , the club has attended a Kennedy rally at American University , performed various clerical tasks for the National Democratic Committee for Senators and Congressmen , and dispensed absentee voting information in booths located in New South and the Foreign Service School . Mr . DiFiore has issued a challenge to the Young Republican Club to a debate on vital national issues . Mr . DiFiore said , Now they will have to take us up and face the facts , ¦ which will show the Democratic party to be the right party to put the United States back in its position of sole world leadership . Plan Large Rally The Young Democrat...
Frosh Begin Retreats Under Revised Setup [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
Frosh Begin Retreats Under Revised Setup HOUSE OF PRAYER ... St . Ann s Retreat House in Bristow , Virginia . For the first time in recent i ¦ Georgetown history , freshmen in ————«— the College will be going on closed retreats this year . Up until this fall , closed retreats had been reserved for sophomores , juniors , and seniors . The retreats will be held at the regular retreat house in Bristow , Virginia . The first contingent of freshmen began their three day trek on October 7 , 8 , and 9 ; and groups of approximately 75 will be leaving every Friday afternoon until the week-end of November 10 . After that , the upperclassmen will be assigned retreat dates by the Office of the Student Counsellor . Changes in retreat assignments may be made by securing another student with whom to switch dates and properly filing such a request with the Student Counsellor . One request is without charge , but a fee of one dollar will be charged for every change thereafter . Any one missing an as...
LATIN AMERICAN FORUM [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
LATIN AMERICAN FORUM ( Continued from Page 3 ) tional affairs are urged to attend the lectures , stated Mr . Alphonso Sapia-Bosch , present vice chairman of the program . The club is now headed by Mr . James D . Bell , a graduate student of the Latin American Studies Program . Mr . Bell spent a number of years in Latin America and attended high school there . He re ¬ ceived his bachelor s degree at Williams College and is now studying for an MA Latin American Studies degree . The remaining lectures in the series are : Tuesday , October 25— Developments and Trends in Inter-Ameri-can Relations . Tuesday , November 15— The Culture of Mexico . Tuesday , December 6 — Soviet Bloc Economic Offensive in Latin America .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
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Mirabelli Sets Plans For Fall Festival Fun [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
Mirabelli Sets Plans For Fall Festival Fun FALL GUY . . . Mirabelli On October 28 , at nine p . m . m McDonough Gymnasium , the annual Fall Festival , the first of this year s big week-ends , will commence . With the theme of a PreInaugural Ball , a semi-formal dance will take place featuring the music of Larry Elgart and his 16 piece orchestra . As an additional attraction , Carol Sloan , petite blond vocalist , will be on hand to add to the entertainment for the Hoyas and their dates . Refreshments will be offered with the usual selection available . For Saturday afternoon s entertainment , the scene will shift to Boiling Air Force Base where a cocktail party will take place from 2 to 5 p . m . Music for the occasion is to be supplied by the Boiling Officer s Club Band . There is a slight hint that an added attraction may be on hand to greet the Hoyas who make the journey across the river . The Chairman of the weekend is Mario Mirabelli , AB government major from Elizabeth , New J...
yoiirsr [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
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MAGIC LANTERN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
MAGIC LANTERN ( Continued from Page 2 ) you cannot fathom which message is the message and whether it is a serious or a farcial one . Such muddling and indecision is inexcusable in the handling of such a sensitive piece as work as Dark at the Top should be . Though all these themes revolve around the concept of noncommunication between the members of the family , the extension of this concept to noncommunication between actor and audience is midly ridiculous . Robert Preston for example as a father out of job and a husband forced to a disquieting affair doggedly retains the childish enthusiasm of the Music Man . As his wife , Dorothy MacGuire , weathers her family s tragedies with an unexplained and uncalled for half smirk . To counter all those smiles , we have Rini the flat chested daughter who has one tearful paroxysm after another until she lapses into a state of saccharine maternalism , perhaps from sheer exhaustion . One bright note here is Eva Arden , whose portrayal contains...
Senior Movies [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
Senior Movies Bob Spain , senior AB economics major from Chicago , and Senior Movie chairman , has announced that a group of ten outstanding movies from the past will be shown at bi-monthly intervals starting November 6 . Among the attractions ¦ will be Operation Madball , a hilarious GI story filmed off limits and without army cooperation ; To Hell And Back , Audie Murphy s exploits in World War II ; Tammy And The Bachelor , romantic comedy starring Debbie Reynolds and Tony Randall ; and Academy Award winners On The Waterfront , with Marlon Brando and Eva Marie Saint , and High Noon , featuring Gary Cooper and Grace Kelly . This series will be shown on Sunday evenings in Gaston Hall . Season tickets for the ten performances are two dollars , a saving of half the individual admissions of forty cents . Spain sums up the program , As a source of first-rate entertainment at prices well within reach of any Georgetown gentleman s budget .