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Polo Team Stops UYa , 8-O ; Hoyas Face Cornell Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Polo Team Stops UYa , 8-O ; Hoyas Face Cornell Saturday The newly reorganized Georgetown Polo Club , operating only in its second season under a new regime headed by Captain and Club President Jerry Shields , rose to its greatest heights thus far with a resounding 8-0 whitewashing- of the University of Virginia last Saturday afternoon . The game , billed as a home engagement at the Woodlawn Plantation in nearby Virginia , was witnessed by a gathering of over 200 Georgetown students and the lopsided result was certainly a pleasant surprise for the Hoya spectators . Riso-Patron Stars Shields , and number two man , Mike Raoul-Duval , split four goals and the third rider , Carlos RisoPatron of Lima , Peru , a newcomer to the team this season , scored the other four markers . Tom Newal , Bill Farrish , and Steve Smith rode for the Cavaliers but were unable to dent the scoring column for the highly ranked Virginians . This Saturday afternoon , the Hoya threesome rides again , this time ag...
Soccer [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Soccer ( Continued from Page 11 ) Steve McDonald , Hugh Connolly , Dave Raycroft , and Bill Connett . In the goal there is Washington Monge , who may be changed to halfback in order to strengthen the team . Newcomer Bob OConner will tend the nets . The first home game is on October 17 , when the Hoyas entertain American University on the lower field .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
FOLLOW THAT HORSE . . . Virginia U . s Will Farrish misses ball at Woodlawn Plantation last Saturday afternoon and Hoya rider , Mike Raoul-Duval , ( giving chase ) gains control to set up Georgetown sroal . Hoyas won , 8-0 .
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
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Nicgorski Brightens TV Education Debate [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Nicgorski Brightens TV Education Debate WALT NICGORSKI In an appearance on Dave Garroway s Today show last week , Walt Nicgorski represented Georgetown University in a discussion of Admiral Hyman Rickover s criticism of American education . Picked by Fr . Sellinger to join representatives of Columbia and Northwestern Universities , Nicgorski gave a student s opinion of Rickover s comparison of the Russian educational system to that of our own country . I The gist of Rickover s report to fthe Congressional Committee on Appropriations is that American education , especially on the primary and secondary levels , is inferior to the corresponding Russian system . The Russians employ a ten year plan whereby grammar and _Aigh school are combined , shorten ¬ ed , and intensified . A multipletrack system is used to group students according to their ability . Nicgorski agreed with this policy for acquiring the fundamentals of education . He felt that due to the adaptability of young minds , m...
Danfoxih Awards Open For Graduate Studies [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Danfoxih Awards Open For Graduate Studies To aspire nobly , to adventure daringly , to serve humbly . Under these words , located in the Danforth Meditation Chapel , pass all candidates for the Danforth Graduate Fellowships . With the recruiting and training of Christian teachers in all fields as its primary objective , the Danforth Fellowship Committee is interested in securing applicants Who desire to further their education in post-graduate work . Major qualifications consist of an outstanding academic record in the natural and social sciences , a personality which contributes to creative effort in the classroom , and a thorough background in the Christian tradition . A candidate -without a Christian background may apply , if he is willing to participate in a predominately Christian program . Two meanings are understood by the word fellowship : a financial stipend and a mutuality of interest . If an applicant has no need for monetary assistance , he is able to receive a fellowshi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Campus Facilities Announces Mass , Mealtime Changes Progress , promises , and potentialities . The Campus Facilities Committee has announced a new set of policies . In the food department you now have a better chance to catch breakfast .- New hours are Monday to Friday from 7 : 15 to 9 : 00 ; on Sunday it s 8 : 00 to 12 : 30 , and then lunch from 1 : 00 to 2 : 00 . Beginning at Christmastime the New South cafeteria will have openings for student help . The Mass schedule has been considerably changed so that Sunday services will be held only at 8 : 30 , 9 : 45 , and 11 : 00 . In order to emphasize the sacredness of the Holy Sacrifice , confessions will only be held for the half hour preceding each Mass and no one will be admitted to the chapel once the service has begun . A new administration-authorized Guard Manual is on the way to all members of the newly created Campus Police Force . Captain Thomas explained that all police regulations , individual responsibilities of the Force s ...
Fine Arts Club Reveals [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Fine Arts Club Reveals 9 Cultural Schedule Last Thursday night , October 8 , in the Hall of Nations of the Edmund A . Walsh School of Foreign Service , the Fine Arts Club held the first meeting of its second year of organization . At this meeting , members met the new officers and heard what cultural programs were open to them this year . The purpose of this club , according to President Mike Agar , is to provide a means for the student to increase his knowledge of our culture and the culture of other countries . This is done by bringing to the student s attention what current plays , art exhibits , lectures , concerts , etc ., are going on in the Washington area during the school year . In some instances , the Club makes these programs available to the student at discount prices . The club itself has its own cultural program . There will be three lectures on art by Dorothea Michel son of the Corcoran Art Gallery . In the spring , there will be twc series of movies ; one on the comi...
ine Advanced [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
ine Advanced Fribourg Dead To Permit Fuller Preparation The present sophomore class will soon have an opportunity to apply for George-town-at-Fribourg , Rev . Gerard F . Yates _, S . J ., announced today . It is hoped that a fina ] choice of applicants may be made before the beginning of the second semester so that those chosen may prepare themselves by extra language courses and readings . Father yates is Director of Georgetown-at-Fribourg here . The program was established in 1955 and is now in its fifth year . Eighteen Georgetown College juniors arrived at Fribourg , Switzerland last Sunday , October 11 , to begin their year abroad in Georgetown-at-Pribourg . They are under . the direction of the Rev . John Jacklin , S . J ., of the Department of Philosophy . Classes will begin next week , the academic schedule of the University of Fribourg being about one month behind that of Georgetown . Eight of the group and Father Jacklin sailed from New York on September 9 on M . V . August...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Edw . Hales Lists Papacy &amp; Liberty As Lecture Topic The Papacy and Political Liberty is the title of a talk to be given today at 3 : 30 in the Hall of Nations by Edward E . Y . Hales . A question period will follow the lecture . Mr . Hales was educated at Oxford and was converted to the Catholic faith in 1948 . He is at present an official of the British Ministry of Education . Among his publications are The Catholic Church in the Modern World , Pio Nono , and A Study of Mazzini . Mr . Hales arrived at Georgetown this week from Toronto , where he attended the Silver Jubilee of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association .
GU Exhibit Features Art Works By Joe [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
GU Exhibit Features Art Works By Joe Copley lounge will be enhanced the coming week with an art exhibit . Joseph Mugnaini is opening a showing of his work tonight for Wash ¬ ington and Georgetown devotees of the arts . Mr . Mugnaini , who signs his canvasses Joe and lives on a mountain-top in California , gradu- ( Continued on Page 3 )
Editorial , Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Editorial , Scholarships I Know Where I m Going is the name of an old American folk song which is receiving new attention in the current popular trend toward folk and country music . It should also be the theme for every senior who is making plans to attend graduate or professional school , especially if he hopes to secure some outside _^ financial aid . Before he can enter the ever-increasing competition for graduate scholarships and fellowships , the senior who hopes to be successful not only must know within well-defined limits what he hopes to pursue in his post-graduate work , but also must have narrowed down his choice of schools to a relative handful . And it is by no means too early to start making these plans . In fact , it is almost too late for the members of the Class of 1960 . Time has a way of flying as was realized even by the Romans , who seem to have had a knack for failing to notice important events like the birth of Christ or the oncoming downfall of the empire . ...