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Mountie Booters Edge Hoyas In Tough Overtime Win , 3-2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960

Mountie Booters Edge Hoyas In Tough Overtime Win , 3-2 by Bill Connett The Hoyas lost three to two in the soccer match last Saturday against Mount St . Mary s in one of the most exciting and violent games the team has ever played . The game showed that GU had much greater technical proficiency in heading , passing , and kicking , for , in fact GU controlled the ball for most of the game . But the Hoyas ¦ were unable to score . Because St . Marys defense bunched in front of the goal , the Hoyas had to shoot from beyond the penalty line , and though they frequently came agonizingly close to scoring , they were just not accurate or lucky enough to hit . Mounties Break Ice The first goal was scored by Mount St . Marys Ken Jones in the first two minutes of play on a fast breaking downfield attack . Ten minutes later , Georgetown s Regis Scheithauer packed up a fast hard pass from Jose Oyarzabal and dribbled it in to the net to tie the game . In the second period , Peter Kuhn of the Mount...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Polo Squad Edges Cornell [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960

Polo Squad Edges Cornell POLO TRIUMPH . . . Rick Otto goes after ball as Mike RaoulDuval rides Cornell defensemen out of the play . Hoyas edged Big Red with last minute tally . by Joe Lee Georgetown celebrated its finest polo hour last Saturday when Rick Otto smashed home a goal with but thirty-three seconds to play to give the Hoyas a tremendous 6-5 victory over Cornell . The goal itself came as the culmination of an almost perfect play . Carlos Rizo-Patron , at number three position , brought the ball carefully up the sidelines and , once in range of the goal he passed to number two man Mike Duval . Duval fed to an ideally positioned Otto ; Rick went . to work and the Blue and Grey reigned supreme . When a three man polo team is functioning properly , each man has an important job to perform . The number three man plays defense , the number two man quarter ¬ backs the team , while the number one man stays up front to get the goals . Saturday , the Hoyas -were such a team . In scor...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Harriers Trample Richmond . 15-49 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960

Harriers Trample Richmond . 15-49 George Verdisco led the Hoya cross-country team to a perfect score 15 to 49 victory over Richmond last Saturday on the latter s course . Verdisco was never threatened as he held a commanding lead the entire race . His time over the 3 . 9 mile course was a good 18 minutes , 51 . 4 seconds . Soph Takes Second Jim Tucker , a sophomore , finished second with a time of 19 minutes 15 seconds . Another sophomore , Ray Shevenell , was third . He was clocked at 19 minutes 31 seconds . There ¦ was a three way tie for fourth between Ed Beachler , John Reilly , and Jay Van Brunt . Their time was 19 minutes 59 seconds . A Richmond runner , John Shee nan , finished seventh . Two more Hoyas finished in the next two places . They were Scott Clendaniel and Jack Hurson , who is still victimized by a heavy cold . The meet ¦ was the only one scheduled at home for the harriers but had to be transferred to Richmond due to construction obstacles on the Georgetown course ....

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Page 9 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960

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Egan Adds New Height Sailors Top Lehigh , GW po ( _f ( [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960

Egan Adds New Height Sailors Top Lehigh , GW po ( _f ( To Frosh Cage Lineup Preparing- for what Hoya basketball fans hope will be one of the finest seasons in Georgetown history , another top _flight recruiting job has attracted a vintage of freshman talent to the Hilltop . Seeking aid from the talent laden Midwest , Hoya scouts have come up with a real find in six-foot five-inch center , Brian Egan . Egan , who played his high school ball at St . George s in Chicago , leaves behind a glittering record achieved in Chicago s rugged Catholic League . He was named to the All-Chicago area team as well as being rated with the All State choices and receiving mention in several of basketballs national publications . Sturdy and Fast Egan who weighs in at a sturdy 220 pounds is at his best when the going gets roughest ; a bruising rebounder , he can easily hold his own against rivals inches taller . For all his size Egan has exceptionally fine moves , is a leech on defense , and can even lea...

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Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 20 October 1960

E N T S LUCKY STRIKE P R E S _Fr _° oD na _R-DRi cr Tis better to have loved whole weekend studying . DR . FROODS THOUGHT FOR THE and lost than to have spent DAY the Dear Dr . Frood : The other day my roommate and had an argument about the difference between traditional art and modern art . What , in your opinion , is the basic difference between these two forms ? Dr s Frood a good guy cant stand but He Dear there roommate one thing about wears button-down little lapel buttons . collars but never buttons the Why is this ? Art Major Clothes Conscious Dont let this worry you DEAR CLOTHES examples above should settle your thumbs are argument . The portrait at left is traditional . The artist has drawn Lincoln as he actually appeared . The portrait at right is modern . As you can see , the modern artist has drawn Lincoln s great-great-grandson . Frood : Once and a man to marry — is it right or for her money ? Righteous wrong isnt simply DEAR RIGHTEOUS Nowadays Dear Dr . Frood : unfortun...

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Student-Faculty Council Goes Back Into Business [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

Student-Faculty Council Goes Back Into Business G MEN . . . Vincent Wolfington , Michael Leahy , Dr . Frank Evans , Fr . Joseph Sellinger , S . J ., Dr . Malcolm Oliphant , Fr . Joseph Logan , S . J ., Charles Matthews , and Robert Gilmartin . Reorganized Body Aims At Better Communication by John Hayes The newly reactivated Stu-dent-Faculty Committee held its first meeting- last Thursday in the office of Fr . Joseph A . Sellinger , S . J . The committee which was dormant last year has been recently reorganized under the chairmanship of Charles Matthews , Senior Class President . The Faculty and Administration were very receptive to the potential of the commitee , said Matthews after the meeting , and they hope to establish through it a better means of communication with the student body . Committee Members The Student-Faculty Committee is composed of four members of the Student Council and five members of the Faculty and Administration and is a channel through which the students may...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Polaris Program Chief To Address Physicists [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

Polaris Program Chief To Address Physicists Missile Men Captain Roderick O . Mid dleton , the commander of th < Polaris Missile Program , wil address the Physics Club or Thursday , October twentyseventh at 4 : 15 p . m . in MeNail Auditorium . The subject oJ his talk will be the Polaris program . Capt . Middleton s address will be aecompained by a fifteen minute film entitled Polaris . The _progranc will also include a question-answei period and will be open to the general public . Capt . Middleton attended the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis , Maryland , graduating with a BS Electrical Engineering degree in 1941 . Five years later he received a MS Communication Engineering degree from Harvard . During the Second World War he served on both the battleship Washington and cruiser Alaska . He then became Project Officer for the Terrier and Talos missiles , gaining valuable experi SEAMAN . . . Captain Roderick O . Middleton . ( U . S . Navy Photo ) ence for his later...

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Elgarfs Band , Vocalist Scheduled For Festiva [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

Elgarfs Band , Vocalist Scheduled For Festiva Georgetown s first big- social event of the year , the traditional Fall Festival Weekend , will get under way tomorrow night with a semi-formal ( dark suit ) dance in McDonough Gym . The dance scheduled to begin at 9 : 00 p . m . has been billed the pre-inaugural ball . Larry Elgart and his six teen-piece orchestra will provide the music with pert , blond vocalist Carole Sloane accompanying the orchestra through the evening . The Elgart orchestra , billed as the first choice of collegiate America—first choice of dancing America , under the leadership of _Lairy Elagrt , has become famous KEY MAN . . . Larry Elgart . for its blend of acoustics to produce a high-fidelity dancing sound . Recording for RCA Victor , Elgart has employed his sound in many alburns including Saratoga , Easygoing Living , and The Elgart Touch . A new LP , Larry Elgart and His Orchestra will be released next year . Mario Mirabelli , chairman of the weekend , said th...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

Food-Price Plan Debated By SC Last Sunday in Coplej Lounge , the Student Counci intensively reviewed the difficult food situation . Many aspects of the problem were discussed , especially Administration plans to raise food costs . The circumstances became a little clearer , even if the status-quo prevailed at the end of the meeting . Most of the debate centered around the Administration s rejection of a Student Council Food Committee plan for meal tickets foi upperclassmen . With meal tickets juniors and seniors were to have had a choice of either 15 or 21 meals a week and could select these meals from any meals served during a given week . This plan had been submitted by Junior Representative Tim Ryan , after a conference with Mr . Rogers , the Operations Director of Harding-Wil-liams food service . Father T . Byron Cpllins , S . J ., representing the University , rejected the plan as unfeasible and presented an alternate proposal . His plan called for 15 meals Monlay through Frida...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

by Neil Moynihan Racial Discrimination A Common Problem There is news of the arrest of Negro sit-in demonstrators in a large Southern city . Albeit less prominently , there is news of a suit by a group of Negro parents to compel the Board of Education of New Rochelle , New York to allow their children to be registered in non-segregated public elementary schools in the neighborhood in which they live . But it doesnt matter what instances of discrimination you choose . Pick your own if these dont suit you ; but for the sake of clear vision look to more than one direction of the compass . Racial discrimination is common to all parts of the nation . The problem sticks out everywhere . There are no easy solutions . The one William J . Kenealy , S . J ., Professor of Law at Loyola University in Chicago , proposed recently at The National Catholic Conference For Interracial Justice is hard . Speaking on Racism , Law And Politics , Father Kenealy said bluntly : Racism , in my opinion , is o...

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EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

EDITORIAL The Constitution Room When the late Father Edmund Walsh , S . J ., moved his young- School of Foreign Service from its quarters in the Law School to the Main Campus in the 30 s , one of the projects he had carried out in his new quarters was the fabrication of a room in which classes could be taught and meetings held in an atmosphere of tradition and dignity . The result of his efforts was the Constitution Room , now more generally known simply as Room 8 . The Constitution Room s walls were panelled in wood , with portraits of Catholic and non-Catholic patriots like John Carroll and Ben Franklin adorning the walls , along with copies of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence . There was a chairman s desk at the head of the room , under a reproduction of the Georgetown seal , with two smaller desks on either side of the large one . Five long tables extended perpendicu ¬ lar to the main desk , and were arranged on three levels so that each person had a clear view o...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

Council Capers The big thing , the important thing , the only thing that the Student Council discussed last Sunday evening was the newly proposed meal ticket system . Testing whether these students , or any students , so constituted , shall ever eat off campus . And since it was such an important discussion , I m glad that most of the Council members were present at the meeting . Everyone was there except for Jim Cadden , Paul Coughlin , Vince Wolfington , and Miss Carol Cunningham , the Nursing School representative . They were all down at the Potomac , getting a good , cheap meal . Tim Ryan reported . that the plan which the students submitted to the Administration would give us a choice of either a ) eating all 21 meals a week on campus , or else b ) eating any 15 meals we choose out of the week on campus . But Fr . Collins has rejected our plan because it cut too deeply into the Food Service s margin of error in calculating the number of servings to prepare for a given meal . As...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

Letters To The Editor To The Editor : On behalf of the Polo Team I want to take this opportunity to express our thanks to the student body for their support . During the past three years we have been fortunate to see an idea develope into reality . The fact that Georgetown has a polo squad , and a yearly schedule of home games , is a tribute to the spirit and support of the students . If polo is able to continue here on the Hilltop , through your support , we feel that it will eventually become part of the regular athletic curriculum . As many of you know , our committments this season will run as high as $ 1 , 600 . 00 . Because we have to realize this amount through gate receipts , and by this method alone , we again ask for your continued attendance at the games . There are three more : this Sunday against Fort Belvoir , next Saturday ( November 5 ) with the University of Virginia , and the following week -will probably be played against Yale . Thank you again for your co operati...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
STUDENT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

STUDENT COUNCIL ( Continued from Page 1 ) calculated on the basis of 70 % of 21 meals eaten weekly by the average student . Actually , freshmen and sophomores average about 75 % , while juniors and seniors average only 65 % . Last year the Administration missed being in the red by only $ 1 , 000 out of $ 750 , 000 taken in . This year with improved food quality , the question of breaking even has darkened . Student Council members presented several proposals . The ideal system was judged to be strict pay-as-you-go , which the faculty feels would be objectionable because parents would fear that students ¦ would hoard money for the weekends rather than eat . -Someone pointed out that if an individual doesnt have enough sense to eat or to get in out of the rain , he shouldnt be at Georgetown anyway . Another proposal which will be submitted to the Administration involves increasing board costs $ 10 or $ 20 per semester to give the Food Committee a 75 % margin . The Council agreed to aw...

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