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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

I- — SAT 22 , at 8 PM at UL 1 NE ARENA OCT Tickets : $ 2 . 00 , $ 2 . 50 , $ 3 . 00 , $ 3 . 50 NOW ON SALE—Washington : Talbert Ticket Agency , Willard Hotel , 14 th ( We . N . W . NA 8-5575 ; The Guitar Shop , 1816 M . St . N . W . ME 8-1419 ; town Record Store ( Learmontes , 1227 Wisconsin Ave ., Baltimore : & Penn GeorgeCentral 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 Willard Hotel ; 14 th & Penn Ave . N . W ., Washington . Enclose stamped self-addressed envelope . A LIMELIGHT-SAWCON PRODUCTION

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

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ARTS & LETTERS ARTS fit LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

ARTS & LETTERS ARTS fit LETTERS ( Continued from Page ) It is impossible to cite the details of Mr . Bowse s findings . After examining the front-page treatment of the Nixon story in individual papers , he reached several general conclusions . ( His book reproduces front-pages and thus gives graphic proof of his findings . ) Mr . Rowse discovered that : . . . with the possible exception of the New York Times , all papers—both Republican and Democratic—showed evidence of favoritism in their news columns in violation of their own accepted rules of conduct . . . . Only nine of the twenty-eight pro-Eisenhower papers put the Nixon story on the front page at the earliest opportunity ; all three of the pro-Stevenson papers did so . And from that point on , most papers continued to favor one party over the other in selection , display and tone of the political news . Of course , as Mr . Rowse also notes , . . . almost every example of favoritism in the news columns coincided wit...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

N . Y . Organiz tion Chooses Officers , Schedules Dance The New York Metropolitan Club at their organizational meeting made known their plans for a Thanksgiving dance at the Hotel Roosevelt in New York on November 25 . Francis Walther will provide the music . Other dances in New York will include a Christmas dance on December 28 and an Easter dance . The Met Club has also scheduled an informal dance here at Georgetown in February . Elections for officers were held last May . This year s officers are : president , Mort French ; vice president , Mike McAllister ; secretary , Karl Johanson ; and treasurer , Stephen Tormey . Senior Mike McAllister is from Brooklyn and an AB philosophy major . Sophomore Karl Johanson is from Balhallam , New York ; and senior Stephen Tormey is an economics major from New Rochelle , New York . President Mort French stated the purpose of the New York Metropolitan Club as the promotion of a greater unity between the alumni and the undergraduates from the New...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

POET . . . Mr . Richard Eberhart . not less than an attempt to move the world , to order the chaos of man , insofar as one is able . He also stated , Perhaps the reader may discover me in my poetry , for that is • where I have tried to discover myself . Poems are mileposts along the way . One becomes what they are . They become what one was at the moment of composition .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

Richard Eberhart To Give Reading ( Continued from Page 1 )

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

Turn Of The Century Room 4233 Wisconsin Avenue EM 3-8051 ENTERTAINMENT COMMUNITY NIGHTLY SINGING Georgetown s Own and His RAGTIME MUSIC OUR SPEAKEASY ATMOSPHERE COMMUNITY SINGING - TUNES GASLIGHT ERA FROM SANDWICHES DIME SANDWICHES NICKEL COFFEE BEER WINE MIXED DRINKS

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

Gaston eremon Start Science ( Continued from Page 1 ) pre-dinner reception followed 7 o clock by a formal banquet ies Mark Building Page 1 ) the construe ( Continued from Mr . McShane s bid for at in both present and future generations and , as a center of training in the fields of science and health . become a resource of for the national commu it will strength nity . Aft er tion of the new building was 100 , 000 dollars lower than any other bid and 400 , 000 dollars lower than the After the main address by Dr , the Resident Student s Cafeteria , with Mr . Hope as Toastmaster . A few of the more noted dignitaries who were on hand for the groundbreaking include : the Honorable Homer H . Gruenther , Special Assistant to President Eisenhower ; Dr . Alan T . Waterman , Director of the National Science Foundation ; the Rev . Charles J . Foley , S . J ., Director of University Development ; Colonel Leo A . Codd , President , Georgetown University Alumni Association ; the Rev . Jo archite...

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Rugged Sophs Trip Senior Team . 30-0 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

Rugged Sophs Trip Senior Team . 30-0 By romping over the seniors 30-0 , the sophomore football team clearly established itself as the favorite to retain the championship . The sophs capitalized on senior errors for three of their touchdowns , while their defense prevented the seniors from gaining any first down until the last minutes of play . Neither team was able to make much headway in the first quarter with the sophomores fumbling once and punting after a brief drive , and the seniors being stopped dead by their opponents defense , led by end Larry Murphy . The first touchdown came in the second quarter on a 38 yard pass from quarterback John McMillian to Tom Graham . A pass attempt for the extra point failed . A drive in the last minutes of the first half brought the defending champions their second TD . Two plays brought the ball from the sophomore 40 to the senior 37 . McMillian then passed in the flat to Mike Piron who carried to the eight . A run by Piron moved the ball to ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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GU Harriers To Host Richmond Here Sat . [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

GU Harriers To Host Richmond Here Sat . by Joe Lee To the layman , a cross country runner appears to be a composition of several different types of insanity . He chooses to run distances up to four and five miles over steep , rocky , and usually relatively unmarked paths in weather ranging from 90 ° heat to 20 ° cold , often bucking rain or snow as he runs , simply in pursuit of the spot from which he started . The runner , of course , views it differently . He sees it as a conquest . To him it is a contest in which the man possessing the most courage and the most willpower can defeat a man possessing perhaps twice his natural ability . Quality Lineup Georgetown this year has many runners of such quality . It is , in fact , epitomized by little George Verdisco , the star and team leader . Verdisco is one of those unyielding scrappers , who , loving to win , accepts defeat as a personal affront , and who , as a result , suffers very few . Eighth in the IC 4 A and eighteenth in the NC...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

SPORTS EDITOR The fames and fortunes at the GU sailing team are not as widely known around the campus as perhaps they should be . Actually , the Hoya mariners have compiled quite an impressive record over the last few years and are already showing signs of continued success . November 26 , 1949 , was in all probability the Sailing Associations greatest day . Georgetown scored 202 points for a commanding lead in the opening session of the three day Northwestern University Invitational Pall Dinghy Regatta , one of the nation s largest collegiate meets . Ohio State rallied on the third and last day to nip the Hoyas 295 to 288 . In 1950 , sailing regained its pre-war status as a minor sport at the Hilltop and in that same year won the highly competitive Annapolis Regatta . In 1951 , GU copped the Mid-Atlantic Chamionship held at Kings Point , Long Island and eventually went on to compete in the main intercollegiate regattas on the season . 1953 saw the Hoyas break Navys five year string...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Juniors To Test Seniors In IM Grid Contest Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

Juniors To Test Seniors In IM Grid Contest Tomorrow Sophs To Battle Frosh Saturday Tomorrow afternoon at 4 : 00 o clock , the second game of the GU intramural football schedule will be played up at Kehoe Field . In the contest , the juniors will test the seniors in a crucial affair . The juniors have failed to beat their opponents in the past two years of competition , having managed to score only one TD against the adamant senior defense . Veterans Return The juniors finished last in the IM loop in 1959 and will be out to improve on this record . Their front line quarterback , Jack FenIon , has left school to enter the seminary , so that Coach Tommy Nolan has been scouting his roster to find a suitable replacement . The juniors , however , will have most of their veterans back in the lineup this year . On Saturday morning at 10 : 30 the freshmen will open their slate in a game with the sophomores . The frosh , untried and untested , ¦ will be out to show their wares in hopes of top...

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GU Pitchmen Rout AU . 8-2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

GU Pitchmen Rout AU . 8-2 by Bill Connett The Hoyas showed amazing form and passwork last Saturday in trouncing their outclassed opponents , AU , 8 to 2 . The passwork and ballhandling ¦ were particularly surprising considering that the game ¦ was played in a driving rain that made both the ball and the field extremely slippery . The Hoyas had the advantage from the beginning , though , because AUs excellent nrst-string goalie , Tino Constantine , ( who played for GU as a freshman in 57 ) , -was sidelined with injuries , and the second-string goalie was still a little rough . The first goal , a penalty kick , was scored in the first thirty seconds of play by Bill Atalay . This play won the game for GU . The front line suddenly caught fire , and began to play soccer as they never had during practice . After Atalay s second goal , Alex Graham ( Continued on Page 9 )

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Rissotto WGTB ' s Athlete Of Week [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

Rissotto WGTB s Athlete Of Week VICTORY CELEBRATION George Rissotto Bill Atalay , who ican U . ( Capt . ) , were all Left to right : George Gonzalez Regis Scheithauer , George Donnelly and instrumental in GTJ s 8-2 win over Amer George Rissotto , star halfback of the varsity soccer team , has been selected as the first WGTB Athlete of the Week for the new school year . Rissotto , who was selected varsity captain for the 1960 season just before game time , spearheaded the Hoyas to an 8-2 triumph over American University , in the team s first contest . Although George failed to score any goals himself , he continually set up his ( Continued on Page 10 )

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Polo Resumes After Mariners Cop Second Tieup ; Duval Resigns Place At Navy Meet [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

Polo Resumes After Mariners Cop Second Tieup ; Duval Resigns Place At Navy Meet Polo is definitely still in existence here at Georgetown The cancellation of the match Ias 1 Saturday was due to a tieup in contract negotiations bet-ween the Georgetown Polo Association and the Fort Belvior Polo Association ; arising from a conflict over several stipulations of the contract . As the contract affected only home engagements , the Hoyas did play at Virginia on Sunday , losing by a score of eight to three . Mike Raoul-Duval did not play and has been removed from the lineup because of a heavy academic schedule . Carlos Rizo-Patron scored a pair of goals for Georgetown and Rick Otto tallied one in the losing effort . Virginia s total was spilt between Will Farish with 4 , Don Grubbs 2 , and Claxton Long 2 . The Cavaliers will probably face the Hoyas once again this season in a return engagement . The mix-up leading to Saturday s cancellation was truly an unfortunate and unnecessary affair . O...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960

SOCCER ( Continued from Page 8 ) was alert enough to capitalize on a fumble by AU s goalie , arid ran the ball into the net . In the second period , after a series of quick passes in front of the goal , George Gonzalez kicked the fourth point in . In this period AU s Ed Karolly scored two goals due to mix-ups in front of the goal . In the second half , goals -were scored by Steve MacDonald , George Donnelly , and Regis Scheithauer . ( Continued on Page 10 )

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Page 9 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
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