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Search Reveals Historical Prizes Stored In Archives [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Search Reveals Historical Prizes Stored In Archives Lambert Spronck Men measure a university s greatness in terms of her past and her plans for the future . Sidewalk engineers will soon see the future materialize as earth is moved and concrete is poured for a new Science Building _, if the future can be found along The Path , -where on campus does one look for the past ? A few weeks ago photographers from the Washington Star were bustling around the Archives Room trying to translate the past onto the printed page . They had descended to the section of Healy Basement where the room is located to photograph a copy of The Star Spangled Banner written by Francis Scott Key himself in 1842 . The Library of Congress recently authenticated this document as one of the few Key had written during his lifetime . This came as no surprise to a man who had held that belief all along . That man is Father William C . Repetti , S . J ., curator of the Georgetown Archives since 1947 . Links With Past ...
YOUNG REPS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
YOUNG REPS ( Continued from Page 3 ) quacies . At one instance he brought out the fact that During the Eisenhower administration , the purchasing power of a dollar lost only four percent . He also justified his party s general tendencey of tight money by saying There is no such thing as cheap money . An inevitable result of easy money , or money at low interest rates , is inflation . Mr . Flues attended college at Princeton where he received an AB degree in 1926 . After receiving an LLB from Harvard Law School in 1929 , he practiced law in Toledo until his appointment as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in 1957 . He now presides over four branches of the Treasury Department : the Coast Guard , the Customs Bureau , the Narcotics Bureau , and the Secret Service . He is also a Colonel in the Military Intelligence Branch of the Army Reserves .
YOUNG DEMS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
YOUNG DEMS ( Continued from Page 3 ) potential success of the rally carries the fight to George town s Young Republicans with the words : I feel that it is very unfortunate that in this , one of the most important elections of all times , the Georgetown University Young Republicans , as of yet , have been unable to meet our challenge to debate with us the present campaign issues . Mr . DiFiori is a senior international affairs major in the Foreign Service School . A native of West Warwick , Rhode Island , he plans to attend Law School , and then return to his native state for legal practice and a political career . Other offices held by Mr . DiFiori include : Treasurer of the Association of the United States Army , and Coxswain and Treasurer of the Crew Team .
POLARIS MAN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
POLARIS MAN ( Continued from Page 1 ) The club s activities this year will include a field trip to the Brookhaven National Laboratories . There will also be a varied program of guest speakers . The talks will be basically of a non-technical nature and of general scientific interest to the public .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Clothes Horse Sense KNOW DID YOU tastes that the natural the outstanding the college man look is perhaps contribution of to men s styling ? cater to we we your have about as representative sele tion of proper college clothes as has been a leader in setting the pace for men s fashions and other factions have eagerly snapped up his suggestions . Some styles have And , have you noticed the march toward the narrower cravat ? Every day this new style note is picking up more adherents . While the basic regimental is still very much in evidence , youll see woven silk ties putting in an appsarance at some of the parties . These ties will usually have some small figures on them either in a controlled pattern or maybe just one or two designs here and there . Our new English Club Ties fall into this category and will really dress up that jacket or suit for you . Come on in and look around anyway . Were always happy to help you out if we can . like the racoon been coat fads only and never caugh...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Le Cercle Francais Outlines Activities The College French Club , Le Cercle Francais , is planning one of its biggest years under the direction of Bob Magdelain , junior AB ( English ) major . The vice president , Baudouin Scheyven , is the son of the Belgian Ambassador to the United States . Anthony V . Hekking will be treasurer for the coming year and there will be two secretaries : Vladimir Blazek , the French secretary and Paul McLean , the English secretary who is the only officer who must not speak fluent French . One feature of this year s club is that it is planning to meet with La Societe Jean Labbat ¦ which is the French club for the School of Foreign Service and the Institute of Languages and Linguistics . This is designed to give the members of Le Cercle Francais a better chance to meet French speaking students and converse with them in this language . Dr . J . Luke Martel , the moderator of the French club , has promised a few of the best French film productions availabl...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Alumni Giving Fund Hits Million Mark , Sets Sights Higher This September 27 was an historic day for the Georg-e-town University Alumni Association . The one million dollar barrier was broken in the annual Alumni Giving- Fund . Begun only recently , in 1954 , it has progressed from a first year s total of $ 107 , 000 from 11 percent of the former students to last years total of $ 227 , 000 almost twenty percent . Not connected with the Capital Gift Fund , which goes after the really big amounts to buy bricks and mortar for new buildings , the Giving Fund tries to garner middle sized contributions from as great a number as possible . Its aims are to eliminate the annual operational deficit and to provide scholarships . Four mailers are sent out each year soliciting money . There are local organizations to follow up on likely prospects . The fund also attempts to set aside money for faculty research and to sponsor scholarly publications . In light of the varied purposes each donor is g...
Small Healy Fire [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Small Healy Fire To Combat Blaze Brings 7 Pieces At approximately 12 : 15 p . m . on Monday , October 17 Mr . John R . Donahue , S . J ., Jesuit prefect on fourth Healy , detected the presence of smoke on that hall and upon investigation discovered a fire of unknown size in the housekeeping closet in the South Tower of Healy . Mr . Donahue notified the Campus Police and District of Columbia Fire Department and ¦ within ten minutes seven pieces of fire fighting apparatus were present at the scene of the fire . This hasty arrival of the Fire Department and Campus Police was credited with keeping the fire from spreading any further , so that damage was done to only several pieces of furniture stored in the room and to the waste basket in which the fire apparently originated . Those present at the time unofficially attributed the cause of the fire to a discarded rag which was still smouldering due to its contact with a hot plate belonging to a member of the Housekeeping Staff . The reas...
FALL FESTIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
FALL FESTIVAL ( Continued from Page CANTATRICE . . . Carol Sloane . notified of the coming- weekend and will have extra cars on hand . Hertz , Friends , and Saunders will all rent cars to students . Arragements have been made the local florists to obtain corsages at reduced rates . The committee has also obtained special student rates at the Mayflower and SheratonPark Hotels . Pictures may be obtained at the Firday night dance . Mirabelli said , Enthusiasm throughout the University regarding the weekend has been very encouraging . And I am sure that the expectations expressed will be fulfilled upon attendance at the weekend . The Fall Festival of 1960 will leave nothing to be desired .
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
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Student Board Acts As Mediation Group [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Student Board Acts As Mediation Group _^^^^^^ . SABERS ... 1 . to r . Bill Gargaro , Bob Gilmartin , Bob Spain , Mike McAllister , Frank Kane . The Student Advocate Board is designed to provide the students with a means of mediating the difficulties which may arise between the conduct of certain members of the student body and the standards of the College . The board is made up of the President of the Yard and four other seniors . This year s members are Robert Gilmartin , President of the Yard , William Gargaro , Francis Kane , Michael McAllister , and Robert Spain . Double Job In the words of Bob Gilmartin , Since the Student Advocate Board is the judicial branch of the Student Council , it will function both as a mediation board and as a student discipline board . The idea of student disciplining student will be developed by the board . If a student is in trouble he may submit his case to the board . The board will act as mediator and may make recommendations to the official disc...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
STUDENT-FACULTY ( Continued from Page 1 ) and from these discussions concret * suggestions are formulated to b &lt; considered by the Administration In the past the committee has achieved a notable number of successes . First established in 1954 the committee has since then alternated between being active and dormant . In 1957 the committee was responsible for the arrangement under which specific test days were assigned for each subject to prevent test pile-ups on any one day . The present cut system foi the honors program was also established by the committee as well as the Student Advocate Board . Yard President Bob Gilmartin is very hopeful about the possibilities of the committee . The committee is the strongest link between the students and the Administration , said Gilmartin , and it will become , hope , a strong and constructive speaking voice for the Student Council . Dr . Oliphant is very enthuasistic and he said , I am happy to have been called up to serve anc I ho...
MATH CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
MATH CLUB ( Continued from Page 3 ) members in the preparation of re search papers , the real dividing line between under and post graduate ¦ work in mathematics . The University Mathematics department , under the direction of Dr . Oliphant , has suggested a number of topics to the club members . They are encouraged to choose a topic and indulge in the necessary research and ¦ work to complete a paper . The finished paper is read and criticized at a meeting of the club . In this way , the author becomes acquainted with a certain field of mathematics and gains valuable experience which will aid him after graduation . The president of this year s club , William Connett , expressed the hope of beginning a magazine for the purpose of publishing the outstanding papers of the club . This , he explained , would give the members an all-important incentive in their work , that of seeing their paper published .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
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Harassed Male Puts Forth Lowdown on Trinity Belles [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Harassed Male Puts Forth Lowdown on Trinity Belles by George Townley As many have done before me and many will do after my retirement from campus life , I would like to lay bare the particularly unmixed evils of a particular college event in Washington—the Trinity Mixer . No matter what else a Trinity girl may lack , she has an innate sense , you might even say a homing instinct , for a boy who either : looks good , dresses as if he should look good , dresses as if he can afford to ignore whether he looks good or not , or is just like insocially . So before the mixer is even mixing , the Trinity girls have made snap judgements concerning all the males present and these judgements have been transmitted to all females present by some esoteric type of jungle telegraph . It might be the apparently casual jingle of a bracelet , or the straightening of a seam ( which is a sort of double effect mechanism )—these signals and many others have their own meaning but unfortunately only to A BEV...