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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
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SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
SOCCER ( Continued from Page 9 ) The goal by Scheithauer was one of the best placed shots of the game . He kicked the ball backwards over his head lobbing the ball just enough to arch it over the goalie s fingertips . It should also be mentioned that most of these plays were set up by Jose Oyarzabalwho completely dominated the middle field as halfback . Rizo-Patron had sufficiently recovered from his injuries to lead the defense , and whenever he was taken out the defense noticably loosened . The team started strongly , but due to their poor conditioning many of the players had to be substituted towards the end . This year though , coach Benedek has sufficient strength and depth to be able to rest some of his best players during the game . The real test will come , though , when the Hoyas meet a really strong teamfor example Maryland , for then conditioning will probably be the one factor that decides the game . It was with great pleasure thac the team noticed that a large body of r...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
POLO ( Continued from Page 9 ) The only restriction on crowd control was that the playing area must be cleared of spectators within thirty minutes of the game s conclusion . Better practice schedules and conditions were also arrived at . As of now the full schedule has been reinstated , carrying through the second week in November . This Saturday at 3 o clock the Hoyas will host Cornell , the National Intercollegiate runner-up . An arrangement is now being sought that would provide transportation for all freshman and sophomores . President Raoul-Duval has been forced to resign his office and President Pro-Tempore Jerry Shields will take over his post until it expires this March .
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 13 October 1960
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Jim Sabow Recovering From Ex-Officer ' s Blow [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Jim Sabow Recovering From Ex-Officer s Blow By Michael Raoul-Duval At approximately 5 : 30 p . m . last Thursday , College senior James E . Sabow was struck by a member of the campus police force , Officer Fagatoto Brown . Sabow was taken to Georgetown University Hospital , where he underwent surgery Saturday morning for a depressed skull fracture . Brown was immediately relieved of duty by Corporal Anderson and later fired by Captain Pau ] Green , Chief of Police of Georgetown University . The events leading up to the incident can be traced to the previous Wednesday , when th « 210-pound Officer Brown _challenged a senior resident to a fight , accus ing the student of having insulted him over the phone . The senior : who denies any knowledge of the alleged insults , ignored the challenge . That evening a group of approximately ten upperclassmen who were gathered under the Tree before going to dinner began to yell at a student approaching from Copley Hall . Officer Brown , who was o...
Accreditors Schedule Week ' s Campus Visit [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Accreditors Schedule Week s Campus Visit The Middle States Association Accrediting Team will be visiting Georgetown University during the week of October 24 . On the night before their labors begin , the members of the team will be guests at a dinner in their honor in the Non-Resident Student Dining Hall . For several days thereafter the Accrediting Team will be constantly on the move PREPARATION FOR ACCREDITATION . . . Mrs . Margaret Sweetman and Fr . Brian A . McGrath , Academic Vice President of the University . examining the University anc talking with students and faculty in order to impartially determine the quality of the University . To prepare for this accreditation , the University has spent two years compiling the varied information required in a questionnaire sent by the Middle States Association . It is on the information in this questionnaire and on what they themselves see and hear at Georgetown that the accrediting team will base their final rating . The Middle State...
Mirabelli Plans Fall Festival [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Mirabelli Plans Fall Festival With red , white , and blue bunting , Georgetown tosses its hat intc the Presidential ring with its preinaugural ball on October 28 at McDonough Gym . The semi-formal dance , part of the traditional Fall Festival Weekend , will begin at 9 : 00 p . m . to the lilting music of Larry Elgart and his sixteen-piece orchestra . The band , billed as the first choice of dancing America , is affiliated with RCA Victor and is famous for its stress on acoustics . The Elgart sound has been employed in many albums including Saratoga , Easygoin Living , and The Elgart Touch . A new LP , Larry Elgart and His Orchestra will be released next year . _Accompanying the band music through the evening will be Carol Sloan , blond vocalist . Favors wit be presented to each couple and the usual selection of refreshments wil ! be available . On Saturday , October 29 , the scene will shift to Boiling Air Force Base and a cocktail party will be held from two to five p . m . The Boi...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Viewpoint Projects Forthcoming Issues On Regular Budget Viewpoint magazine , a new publication at Georgetown devoted to articles of research and criticism in the humanities , will appear twice this year . Viewpoint received a regular activities budget allowing for winter and spring issues . These will resemble the trial issue of the magazine which was favorably received last spring . The deadline for the winter issue is December 16 . Undergraduates in the College willing to contribute should speak to the editors or write to : Viewpoint , Box 962 , Campus Mail . The ultimate success of Viewpoint depends on student response to an opportunity for pursuing scholarly interests and gaining the experience of writing for publication , said Neil Moynihan 61 , Editor . Viewpoint should be of particular interest to underclassmen . There ought to be a tradition of scholarly student writing at Georgetown . Establishing such a tradition is a challenge which only an interested student body can mee...
Students React With Control And Order [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Students React With Control And Order ( Continued from Page 1 ) and Officer Brown halted Kisso . The group under the Tree , whicr included Yard President Bob Gilmartin , then walked over to where the two were standing-. Brown told Risso to wait there while he called foi Cpl . Anderson who was in the police headquarters in New South . Rissc did as he was told and Brown returned to the guard house at the gate to place the call to Anderson . Within a few minutes Brown returned to Risso and the grouj with Cpl . Anderson trailing a few feet behind him . As he approachec he passed Jim Sabow , who was standing on the edge of the crowd . _Sabo-w followed Brown up to about thirty feet from Risso . Brown made a statement to the effect that he was going to give the assembled grouj a lecture . Sabow , who was standing about one foot behind and to the left of Brown , commented , according to Gilmartin , I wonder who s going to get the lecture ? Brown swung , hitting Sabow on the left side of the...
Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Letters To The Editor To The Editor : I know that WGTB jealously guards its right to pick the Athlete of the Week . Further , I know thai George Rissotto played one of the finest soccer games I have eve * witnessed in the game with Mount St . Mary s last Saturday , and for this game he has every right of being picked Athlete of the Week . But I also know that George s game against AU was not that spectacular , and that , in fact , he was expelled from the game in the second period for disagreeing with the referee . This leads me to believe that George was picked to be Athlete of the Week only because some hack down at WGTB heard that George had been elected captain of the team , an honor that he certainly deserved , and not because this hack had attended the game ( in the rain ) and had been impressed by George s play . I want to suggest that WGTB give credit where credit is due . And if they can t bother even to go to the game , and find out the facts , bhat they should relinquish ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
_^ y _^ frtd and &lt; = JLetter 6 The Spoken Word by Tom Anderson Certainly one of the most baffling phases in the study of English poetry begins at the chapter , somewhere around the middle of the textbook , where the student is confronted with the statement that poetry ought to be read aloud and absorbed by the ear , as well as by the eye and mind . Then he is told all about prosody—trochees and iambs , anapests and dactyls , and the occasional , but infinitely subtle , phyrrics and amphibrachics . These onerous words , however , can be reduced to various configurations of curlycues and dashes , and the student is usually requested to sprinkle the resulting symbols over a few of the poems under study . Unfortunately , after he has built up a kind of faith in this abstract game of Metrieal Tiddlywinks , our nascent critic is told that most poets don t really care very much to play the game themselves , or better , when they do indulge , it is only half-heartedly . Then the ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Financial Situation Brightens For SC Student Council services will begin to move into high gear in the next couple of weeks with the distribution of the Grey Cards for this academic year . Due to the inability of a previously named chairman to serve , the arrangements were a little delayed in the early contractual and organizational stages . But at present the Grey Card Committee , under the direction of Len Ralston , President of the Washington Club , is securing renewal of contracts with those establishments which participated in the program last year such as RKO Keith s , the Blue Room at the Shoreham , and the Brickskeller . It is also attempting to expand the coverage of the Grey Cards both in the number and variety of those included . These little cards entitle Georgetown students to reductions -which mount up over a year s time to a pretty penny . The percentage of reiuction varies with both place and amount spent . Progress Despite Debts Other Council services as well are be...