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Macke's Knife [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Mackes Knife — by Bill Gargaro __________ Macke s Knife , a column written and created by Bill Gargaro , a senior in the Honors Program , will appear weekly throughout the year . Bill , the winner of The OBrien Philosophy Medal for 1960 , has written Council Capers for the past two years and is the writer-producer of this year s Calliope . D . H . It was very , very late on Friday evening when Charlie Shriver wandered dejectedly into the robot room . I m going to burn my G-Book , and burn my freshman beany , and all my books and notes , and then when the fire gets going real good — in goes my roommate , he said to the robot machine . What do I need a college degree for ? All I got to do is snap my fingers and , like that , I got a job selling encyclopedias . Charlie fished through his pockets for a dime . Itd be different if I had somebody I could talk to , somebody I could trust . But it seems like the only thing you can depend on around here is Healy Clock . Boy , he said to the M...
Inter-Campus Association To Unify Social Activities [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Inter-Campus Association To Unify Social Activities ROSS SKIRTS THE ISSUE . . . Clockwise from left : Louise Kitson , Eleanor Przyborowski . Rosemarie Leonardo , Ed Bingham , Charlie Ross , and Mike McAllister . New Group To Function As Coordination Agency Newest of the inter-campus committees of Washington colleges is the Students Social Activities Association , which will serve as a clearinghouse to arrange social activities in the district without conflict . The committee is working with the sanction and under the guidance of the deans of the schools included . Each college has a member who is responsible to represent the college at each of the meetings . The committee will meet once a month at the Student Activities Room at Georgetown University . Representing the various schools are : Patty Morell from Marymount ; Jane Easton and Rosemarie Leonardo , Trinity ; Rosemary Van Doren , and Jay McCarthy , Immaculata ; Judy Justa , Georgetown Visitation ; Eleanor Przyborowski and Loui...
SVO Votes To Extend Life For Another Year [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
SVO Votes To Extend Life For Another Year Fr . Fadner , S . J . In a recent letter to the Student Veterans Organization , the Assistant Student Personnel Director for the East Campus reflected the sentiment of the Academic Vice President that the organization should fade-out . The suggestion was based on their belief that the organization was obsolete and had ceased to serve the purpose for which it was founded in 1946 . At the meeting during which the letter was read to the organization , the membership overwhelmingly voted to back their officers in an attempt to have the issues clarified and to continue to operate as in the past for the coming school year . The letter suggested that the veterans should conclude their organizational activities by the end of the 1960-61 academic year . The veterans are basing their justification for continuation beyond that deadline by claiming that , regardless of the original intention of the founders of the group , the organization has continued ...
Compromise Plan For Meal Tickets To Offer Three Choices [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Compromise Plan For Meal Tickets To Offer Three Choices A meal ticket system will come to Georgetown in the near future—but possibly in a form different from that envisioned by the Student Council Food Committee .. The Committee , chairmanned by Junior Representative Tim Ryan , had been formed with the purpose of suggesting a meal ticket plan that would be most acceptable to the student body and yet be feasible from the Administration s standpoint . They conferred with Mr . Rogers , the Operations Director of Hard-ing-Williams , and submitted a plan for the approval of the University Food Committee . Briefly , the students plans centered about three main points : the ticket was to-be limited to juniors and seniors ; the students were to have a choice of either 15 or 21 meals a week ; and thirdly , these meals could be chosen from any meal served during a given week Fr . T . Byron Collins , S . J ., representing the University , explained that the students plan was unfeasible because...
HELP ! [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
HELP ! Openings for copy readers and headline writers have recently become available on the HOYA staff . Applicants should appear in the HOYA office , located in Copley Basement on Sunday , October 23 , at 8 p . m
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
HOME SWEET HOMECOMING A great number of people have been asking me lately , What is Homecoming ? but I have been , so busy trying to find out why my new sports car leaks that I havent had time to answer . I am now pleased to report that I finally discovered why my sports car leaks—I have been driving it upside down—and so I am ready today to turn my attention to Homecoming . Let s begin with definitions . Homecoming is a weekend when old grads return to their alma maters to watch a football game , visit old classrooms and dormitories and inspect each other s bald spots . The weekend is marked by the singing of old songs , the slapping of old backs and the frequent exchange of such greetings as Harry , you old polecat ! or Harry , you old porcupine ! or Harry , you old rooster ! or Harry , you old wombat ! As you can see , all old grads are named Harry . It is not just old grads who behave with such liveliness during Homecoming ; the faculty also comports itself with unaccustomed ani...
Firstborn' to Lead Off M&B Drama Season [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Firstborn to Lead Off M&amp;B Drama Season ( by Farrell ) BROADWAY AND GEORGETOWN MEET . . . Miss Vivien Leigh and Miss Emily Michaud . Casting has been completed for The Firstborn , the Mask and Bauble s first production of 196061 . The Firstborn , a drama of the struggle between Hebrews and Egyptians , will be presented on November 4 and 5 at Trinity Theater . An experienced cast has been selected for this , the first of five productions this season . Teusret will be played by Mary Jane OBrien , Visitation senior , who amused audiences as a flapper in last season s successful Calliope . Cast as Miriam is Nursing School soph Pat Pepe , who has had experience as the female lead in Darkness Before Death , a one act play by Chris Hankinson in 1960 . Emily Michaud , Foreign Service 63 , is cast as Anath . Emily played the female lead in Detective Story in 1960 . The great Hebrew prophet Moses is played by Kevin ONeill , College Honors sophomore . Kevin appeared in 1959 in Capta...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Fr . Yates Prepares To Seek Applicants For Fribourg Study This year , as in the past , men of the Sophomore Class at Georgetown will be given the opportunity to spend their junior year in study at the University of Fribourg in Fribourg , Switzerland . The general objective of the program is to afford students the educational experience of becoming closely familiar with European culture from which so much of our own culture ultimately derives . The student will achieve a degree of active command of another language by a close contact with European scholars , and he will come to understand in a personal way the role of languge in communication . Father Gerard Yates , S . J ., modera ¬ tor of the program , said that students are given the opportunity to see much of Europe during the period ¦ when classes are in recess . An announcement will be posted after November first , and applications will be accepted until the end of the semester . A tentative list of qualified students will appe...
LAW CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
LAW CLUB ( Continued from Page 3 ) President John Armentano stated that the purpose of the club is to familiarize its members with the various aspects of the law and of the legal profession . To do this several speakers have been obtained to address the club in the near future . On November 3 , Dr . Karl H . Cerny , of the Government department , will speak on The Rule of Law in Different Countries . In November , Mr . Frank Bartimo from the Department of Defense , will discuss A Law Degree and Your Military Obligation . Other plans , including a panel of lawyers from the different phases of law to address the club , have been made to provide help for the members interested in the legal profession .
VIEWPOINT [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
VIEWPOINT : ( Continued from Page 1 ) The editors of Viewpoint will be ; glad to consider materials on phi- i losophy , literature , history , the arts , and the social sciences . It is suggested that prospective contri- &lt; butors confer with an editor before completing their work . Copy should _, : : be typed double-spaced with footnotes at the end . The faculty advisors to View point are Dr . Thomas P . McTig he of the Philosophy Department and Dr . Raymond H . Reno of the English Department . Associate student editors are : Richard D . Parry 61 , Raymond A . Callahan 61 , and Fred J . Nichols 61 .
Accrediting Team Plans Visit [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Accrediting Team Plans Visit In its second Editorial Board Meeting- in as many weeks , the HOYA _realigned its upper echelon . For the past eight issues , Karl Westan AB English Major ( Honors ) from Lincoln City , Delaware , has the position of News Editor . He was previously the Managing Edi- - In order to allow Karl to devote all his energies to his former man tor . aging position , Greg Sachs , a BS English pre-med from Lutherville , Maryland , was elected News Editor . His previously held position of Feature Editor was filled by the election of Dave Harnett , an AB classical ( Honors ) philosophy major from the District of Columbia . Dave has been Executive Secretary since September 26 . This position has been filled by Joe Niederst , a BS physics major in the Honors Program from Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania . Joe was previously a member of the News Staff . ( Continued from Page 1 ) 1 ) Objectives—This is part of The voluntary accreditation of tne information which the univereduca...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
ARTS and LETTERS ( Continued from Page 2 ) end of a word is to find its fullness in speech . But as we seek constantly to gain greater control over our environment , words have had to be put more and more in the service of objective information , so that we tend to forget that their primal function is to establish personal communication . One evidence that we havent completely forgotten is the infinite care and patience which we still put into the reading of a loveletter . The objective information counts for little ; the real concern is to reconstruct what would have been the weight and texture of the words had they issued from the throat and lips of the beloved . How often are poems treated with like reverance ? And is their purpose so very different ? The quality in sound itself which coats a -word with intimacy and subjectivity can never be determined by the physicist s instruments . Father Walter Ong , who is specially concerned with this function of language , has spoken of th...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
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