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Fellowship Offers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Fellowship Offers Reach New High This year Georgetown plans or receiving more graduate scholarships than ever before . This is quite a goal since 77 full or partial scholarships were offered to graduates last June . Fifty-one students accepted these offers , more than one fifth of the graduating class ; a record few , if any , colleges can boost of . These figures are even more impressive when we realize that only five years ago Georgetown received only nine offers . All students are urged to apply _, if they feel they are qualified . The lastest offers come from the Woodrow Wilson National Foundation . Last year Georgetown had six recipients . J . Dennis Duffy , James Heffernan , Gabriel Kajeckas , Walter Nicgorski , Patrick Sullivan , and John Dillingham were all recipients last year . One thousand fellowships for first year graduate study at any . college in the United States or Canada are available . Each elected fellow receives $ 1 , 500 . 00 , and full tuition , with an additi...
German Club To Meet , Begin Years Activities [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
German Club To Meet , Begin Years Activities Der Deutsche Verein , the College s own German Club , ¦ will hold its first meeting of the year next Monday , October 24 , at 4 : 15 p . m . in the Constitution Room ( Room 8 ) on the first floor of Healy . This club is completely distinct from the Foreign Service and Institute German Club , and membership is open only to students in the College who are studying German or who are interested in German language and culture . The tri-weekly meetings are conducted entirely in German by President John C . Warman . Beginning his second year as head of the group , John is also prefect of the Non-Resident Sodality , vice president and Accompanist of the Glee Club , vice-president of Eta Sigma Phi , and a member of Alpha Sigma Nu , the Gold Key Society , the Philosophy Club , and the Washington Club . A native Washingtonian , he is a Senior AB ( Classical ) philosophy major in the Honors Program . Other officers of the club include Vice President ...
MSA Test [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
MSA Test The Placement Bureau has announced a test for the National Security Agency , which is a Department of Defense Intelligence Installation . It is scheduled for administration on Georgetown Campus on December 3 , 1960 ; and all applications for admittance to the examination must be forwarded to the Science Research Associates , Inc ., by November 261960 . This will be the only test date during this academic year . Information and applications may be had upon request from the Placement office located next to the Alumni House .
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
MAGIC LANTERN ( Continued from Page 2 ) The color photography shows up the opulent costumes and sets of the Royal Ballet to advantage . All in all , this film is a beautiful record of a great ballet company . However , it is precisely because this film is only a documentation of art in another medium that it is unable to utilize the unique potentialities of a specifically cinematic art form . This is not to deny that the film is valuable as an historical artifact and as a cultural vehicle which will gratify many people who would otherwise never have the opportunity to see this outstanding ballet company , nor is it to say that the film is not entertaining . Nevertheless , it remains primarily a film about an art rather than an artistic film . The director was obviously aware of this situation and has tried to modify it . Instead of using a static camera , a sort of ideal spectator in his ideal seat , he has opted for dynamic camera work which in a sense participates in the action an...
Gregorian Choir Plans Second Year ' s Singing [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Gregorian Choir Plans Second Year s Singing Georgetown s Gregorian Choir , started last December under the direction of Mr . Robert K . Judge , S . J ., has begun its second year with an enthusiastic and expanded program . Mr . Judge , Assistant to the Director of Student Personnel , is in his second year at Georgetown . He attended Loyola College for two years in his native Baltimore , after which he entered the Jesuit Novitiate at Wernersville , Pa ., and attended Loyola Seminary in Shrub Oak , N . Y . From there Mr . Judge began his regency at Georgetown , where he has one more year to go before entering Woodstock College for his final three years before ordination . Throughout his training he has been active in Gregorian choir and singing activities . Georgetown s Gregorian Chant group , Mr . Judge points outis not strictly a choir but a schola cantorum —a class of singers . It is designed primarily to provide a backbone for singing by the whole congregation at Sunday Mass . In ...
Spanish Club [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Spanish Club Dr . Pavia then proceeded to outline the club s activities for this semester which include five biweekly meetings , several other cultural activities , and a pre-Christ-mas-vacation fiesta . At its next meeting the club will present films and a lecture by the Secretary of the Spanish Embassy . Elections were subsequently held in which the following officers were elected : president , Joseph Sichler ; vice presidents James Bachmann and Edward Cavanaugh ; secretaries , Brian Mumford and William Zaun ; and treasurer , William McCormack . At the coming meetingmembership cards will be distributed to those who wish to join the organization . _wwwmam _^ _ _ w una ON THE DOWNBEAT . . . Mr . Robert K . Judge , S . J . The College Spanish Club held its first meeting of this semester on Wednesday , October 12 . A welcoming address was given by Dr . Pavia , moderator of the club . Afterwards , Dr . Pavia proceeded to give an illustrated lecture on his travels in Europe . Slides wer...
FALL FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
FALL FESTIVAL ( Continued from Page 1 ) also a barometer of the Freshman Class s spirit and ability to back such dances . I also know that all who attend will find the ingredients present for a truly memorable weekend . The Associate Chairman of the weekend is Paul Marrocco ; Kevin OShaughnessy is the head of the Decorations Committee for the Friday night Ball ; Pat Nugent publicity head ; and Joe Naegele is handling the weekend s finances .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
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Athletics Or Athleticism ? [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Athletics Or Athleticism ? We were happy to read in this weeks issue of Sports Illustrated an interesting editorial that flatly condemns the several misdemeanors committed by all too many of our colleges today . The struggle for athletic superiority , it seems , has finally reached a stage where it can no longer continue without altering academic standards . Colleges often are in doubt as to -whether they are academic or athletic institutions ; Sports Illustrated contends , some are a lot of one or the other . Those that do go in for athletics extensively and intensively cling to star players as long as they possibly can—sometimes long enough for a man to have got his doctorate in football . The National Collegiate Athletic Association has apparently seen the light at last . In recent years many schools have been suspended or barred from conference play for illegal recruiting or illegally extending a players eligibility . However , there is still much to be done in clearing up this ...
New Look Juniors Down Seniors , 8-0 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
New Look Juniors Down Seniors , 8-0 by Mike Maker The famine is over . In their first victory since freshman year , the class of 1962 won what was primarily a defensive battle with the seniors , 8-0 . The first half was highlighted by the running of Mike Marchetti and Pete Powers , each of whom broke over guard and tackle several times for sizable gains . Toward the end of the first stanza , quarterback Pete Keber faded back to pass from the senior forty-five yard line . Seconds later a beautiful floating pass found itself in the outstreched hand of end Norm Fredericks on the twenty yard line . Fredericks sensational catch momentarily put him off balance and he was . unable to elude the one defender remaining between himself and the goal line . In the next series of downs , on the identical play , Fredericks again leaped high in the air and snagged another long Keber aerial . However , the seniors plugged their leaky pass defense in time to thwart the scoring threat . Seniors Bill C...
Power-Laden Soph Eleven Tops Fast Finishing Frosh [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Power-Laden Soph Eleven Tops Fast Finishing Frosh Sophs Batter Frosh Hopes In First Half by Marshall Fitz With an explosive first half attack against the frosh , the sophs erased any doubt about their highly regarded machine . The score , 19-0 , was not indicative of their superiority . All three touchdowns came in the first half and -with the game decided neither team -was very sharp in the second half . In the first half the sophs gained 98 yards rushing and 87 passing on 4 completions in 4 attempts . The frosh recovered a fumble on the opening play , -were stalled in 4 downs , and lost the ball on the 21 . Fourteen plays and 79 yards later the score was 6-0 . Mike Piron led the atack with jaunts of 10 , 12 , and 15 yards . He got the score on a 1-yard plunge . Second TD On the first play after the TD Porlizzo intercepted a pass and following a 30-yard pass to Piron , McMillan sneaked in for 6 points . In the second period after passes of 13 and 24 yards by McMillan , Lynch went o...
Gonzalez Garners Athlete of Week [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Gonzalez Garners Athlete of Week For the first time in its history , the Georgetown University freshman soccer team has produced the WGTB Athlete of the Week . The award this week goes to frosh goalie , Bill Colorado Gonzalez . Although the Hoya yearlings were edged by Maryland 1-0 , Bills performance in the nets was truly outstanding . Thirty-five times the Terrapins had a shot on goal and thirty-four times Gonzalez was equal to the occasion . The game s only score came early in the first half on a well-placed corner shot . The undermanned Hoyas fought gamely against the powerful offense of the Terps but could not come up with the equalizers . The play of Gonzalez drew nothing but praise from frosh coach Jerry Valchovic and varsity mentor Steve Benedek who is looking forward to the years ahead .
Seniors To Test Frosh Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
Seniors To Test Frosh Tomorrow Friday will pit the experienced seniors against the green frosh squad . For both teams , defeated in the first round , the game will be a crucial contest . If the frosh offense under the surprising Mark OBrien can click the game should be evenly played . The only analogy between the teams is that the seniors lost to the sophomores by 11 points more than their underclass opponents . Title Bid The sophomores will make their title bid on Saturday when they battle the surprising junior squad . It will be no easy contest for the 59 champs . The big question will be whether the junior defense can contain the fast and aggressive maneuvers of McMillan , Piron , and Graham .