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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
A NEW SOUTH CAFETERIA MEETING PLACE for Faculty Members , Students , Administrative Personnel , and their Guests . Its fine cuisine includes a variety of foods to satisfy the most discriminating palates . A wide selection counter as well as delectable sweets . of salads is also desserts for those available who have for the calor e a weakness for The atmosphere is bright and cheerful and a relaxing of the Potomac may be seen from If you haven t as yet been to browse around and have a cup just to see the latest design of a the dining room . New South come over of coffee . It s worth the and trip date shopping modern up-to center type cafeteria installation . A 10 % discount is being offered to form of a coupon book ( $ 5 . 50 for all our $ 5 . 00 ); customers in the this represents a real savings since the selling prices are below those of com parable establishments in Greater Washington . line and the A pizza oven has been installed on and piping hot Pizza will be offered late evenin...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
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Dwyer and Committee Trinity Confidential ( conti _* ued _*™* _- •> chief function is that of arrangingpresented to the most critical ofacurately [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Dwyer and Committee Trinity Confidential ( conti _* ued _*™* _- •&gt; chief function is that of arrangingpresented to the most critical ofacurately Complete Prom Plans Under the direction of Brian Dwyer the Junior Prom Committee has already completed all their plans for their February social weekend . The Grand Ballroom of the Mayflower Hotel will be the site on Friday nightFebruary 10 , of the formal dance which will feature Music by Devron and a female vocalist . Reservations will only be taken for tables of ten and a considerable amount of free refreshment will be available . On Saturday , February 11 , entertainment -will be furnished by Stan Rubin s Tigertown Five at the Arlington Towers located in ArlingtonVirginia . Tickets for the weekend are quoted at this time at a price of about twelve dollars . chance ( ha !) meetings between a male have and a Trinity have who has secretly been stalking this aforementioned male . Ever so slowly , by prearranged signals , a Trinit...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Freshman Debaters Blank Maryland U . GASTON-WHITE PRESIDENT . . . Mike DAlessandro . On Saturday , October 22 , the Gaston-White Debating Society emerged from the first contest of its 1960-61 season with a 12 win0 loss victory over the University of Maryland . The society , which comprises the freshman debating teamalso saw eight of its members • win first and second places in the meet . The team of Liggio-Simmons and Clement-Dunigan copped the first position with Hemplemann-Mc-Mahon and Boley-Mullinix awarded the runner-up honor . This victory is also the first success for the Society s newly-elected president , Michael DAlessandro . He assumed his present role at the WednesdayOctober 12 election during which he was elected by a 34-6 second ballot . Mike is an AB classics major from Rahway , New Jersey and a graduate of St . Benedict s Prep . He is also active in the New York Metropolitan Clubthe Young Democrats Clubthe French Club , and the Allicmce-Francaise . During the forthcom...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
SPORTS EDITOR It was a bright and sunny Saturday and the full impact of the autumn season could be felt everywhere . A brisk wind swept intermittently over the confines of Kehoe Field as the red-jerseyed sophomore football squad charged onto the gridiron to do battle with their junior opponents , in what was felt would be their first real test of the year . The juniors , on the other side of the pigskin , had been given new hope just the week before after their first victory had severed a year and a half losing skein . For a full two quarters the underdogs fought the champs inch for inch and , ¦ when it was over , found themselves wrapped up in a 6-6 deadlock . The second stanza awaited them and their possible bid for glory . The bid fell short , however , as quarterback John McMillan took charge of his forces and drore them through the junior defense with almost amazing nonchalance . McMillan lofted perfectly timed aerials through the junior s secondary into the arms of his receive...
Prest Sparkles As Seniors Top Frosh [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Prest Sparkles As Seniors Top Frosh Untimely fumbles and the running of halfback Bill Prest cost the freshman a 14-0 grid decision against the seniors last Friday afternoon . After the scoreless first quarter the seniors recovered a frosh fumble on the thirty-eight yard line during the third play of the second stanza . Prest moved the ball to the 23 for a first down and the seniors were on the march . One first down and seven plays later quarterback Norrie ONeill flipped a pass to Mark ONeill in the end zone for a TD . This now famous ONeill to ONeill combination put the seniors on top , 6-0 , where they stayed . The try for the extra points fell short . Prest Scores The third quarter was also a scoreless affair as the frosh were held to zero yards rushing by the improving senior defense . In the fourth frame the seniors recovered another fumble on the frosh 22 and Prest toted the pigskin the rest of the way into paydirt . After a successful extra point conversion was nullified by a...
Polo Squad Trips Princeton , 3-1 < - [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Polo Squad Trips Princeton , 3-1 &lt; m The Georgetown Polo Team , led by Carlos RizoPatron , continued its mastery at Woodlawn Plantation by defeating the Princeton club , 3-1 . Having just beaten Cornell , the nation s second ranked team a year ago , the Hoyas showed no signs of overconfidence as Jerry Shields smashed a goal through the Princeton defense to give Georgetown VICTORY SMILES . . . Hoya pole Raul-Duval and Carlos Rizo-Patron victory over Princeton . an early 1-0 lead . Defense was highlighted throughout the remainder of the first chukker and early part of the second , until Princeton s number two man , Jack Rocca , streaked in with the tying goal midway in the second chukker . This set the stage for ace Carlos Rizo-Patron . Rizo-Patron Breaks Tie With play on the field becoming tougher and tougher , the common judgment was that something had to give—and Princeton did . Rizo P _^^^ _C _^^^^ . 1 Hoya s play , was razor sharp . _J 5 _^ liip 5 a _EBprtlSf _^ - _; i...
Soph Aerial Attack Baffles Juniors In 20-6 Victory [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Soph Aerial Attack Baffles Juniors In 20-6 Victory McMillan Hits On 9 Tosses After being held to a 6-6 halftime score , the sophs came back with a blistering- second half to defeat the juniors , 20-6 . During the first half , the juniors controlled the ball , and also were very successful in controlling the talented right arm of soph quarterback John McMillan . The first score of the game came in the waning minutes of the first quarter . As soph halfback Mike Piron was circling his own left end , junior defender Mike Marchetti shot through from his linebacking position , cleanly snatched the ball out of Piron s hands , and streaked thirty yards for the score with the assistance of a timely block thrown by center Jim Schwab . The conversion attempt failed and the quarter ended with the juniors clearly in command of the game . Champs Break Ice However in the second quarter it did not take the defending champs long to break the ice , as they were set up on a long pass from McMillan to ...
Navy , Pitt Top Hoya Harriers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Navy , Pitt Top Hoya Harriers by George Budd Georgetown s cross country squad suffered a double defeat in a triangular meet with Pittsburgh and Navy on the latter s course last Saturday . Navy won the event with a low score of 26 points to Pitt s 44 and the Hoya s 57 . Navy used its depth in the victory by gathering third through sixth places and the eighth place positions . Harry Stokes of Pitt was the winner with a time of 26 : 06 . 7 over the five mile couse . Verdisco Second The Hoyas top runner , George Verdisco , placed second over the extremely hilly course with a time 26 : 20 . This is a disappointing time for Verdisco who set the course record last year at 25 : 42 . 8 . The next harrier who placed for Georgetown was John Tucker who finished ninth ( 27 : 35 . 5 ) . Jay Van Brunt and John Reilly garnered the 13 th and 14 th places , respectively . The Navy Plebes also had depth as they nipped Pitt by two points . The Hoya frosh fared badly as they finished last . The score ¦ ...
GU Cops Dismal Sixth In New York Regatta [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
GU Cops Dismal Sixth In New York Regatta At the New York Invitational Regatta held at King s Point , Long Island last weekend , Georgetown finished a dismal sixth out of the total of nine entries . The Hoyas started well , being tied for second place at the end of three races . But Dick Burkley later fouled out by hitting a course mark , Tom Lyons could do no better , and from then on it was all _dowr &gt; Mll . On Sunday GU s skippers ¦ &lt; . - .-ews were juggled but to no a _/ _sul . In all , a total of eighteen races was sailed . The winner of each race received ten points so that Michigan University had to wait until the last race to clinch a victory in the event . Michigan , MIT and Boston College were neck and neck all the way and Boston College just managed to nose out the team from MIT by a single point . Female Standout the first three races the Hoya mariners copped third places but from there on could do no better . The high point skipper for the regatta w...
Booters Bow To Loyola , 6-1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
Booters Bow To Loyola , 6-1 by Bill Connett The Hoyas journeyed to Loyola of Baltimore last Saturday , only to put in one of their most disappointing performances of the season losing 6-1 . The first half , generally , was exemplified only by disorganized and uninspired play . In the second period alone , Loyola scored four of its six goals of the after ¬ noon . The first and most obvious problem was that the fullback line and the goalie were not working together . Nick Guevara was in the goal , both Sauer and OConner being sidelined by injuries . A fullback line that had worked together and practiced together in their position would have saved most of the goals . As it was though , with both Rizo-Patron and Sanchez not there , Steve McDonald and Jim Mullen had to be pressed into the game . Although Mullen , McDonald , and Tony Masas played well individually , they did not begin to click as a defense until late in the third quarter . The second problem was that the ¦ whole of the te...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
IM Standing W—L PF PA Sophs 3—0 69 6 Juniors 1—1 14 20 Seniors 1—2 14 38 Frosh 0—2 0 33 PF—Points For PA—Points Against Scoring McMillan ( soph ) 13 Sinnott ( soph ) 12 Marchetti ( junior ) 6 Clark ( junior ) 6 Mattimore ( soph ) 6 Murphy ( soph ) 6 Padgett ( soph ) 6 Prest ( senior ) 6 M . ONeill ( senior ) 6 Voght ( soph ) 6 Piron ( soph ) 6 Lynch ( soph ) 6 Graham ( soph ) 6 Mack ( junior ) 2 Prevost ( soph ) 2 Williamson ( senior ) 2
SOPHS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
SOPHS ( Continued from Page 11 ) sophs went into the final stanza with a precarious -12-6 lead . Picture Play Midway through the last quarter the defending champs struck again in what turned out to be the game s most spectacular play . Quarterback McMillan , given excellent protection by the stalwart soph line , connected on a 57-yard pass play with Jack Voght . This play put the ball on the two yard line , and from there McMillan crashed over guard for the score . This time the conversion was good , as the beefy quarterback hit end Prevost with a 10 yard pass . Soph Jr . First downs rushing 3 3 First downs passing 6 2 First downs penalty 0 0 Yards gained rushing 75 73 Yards gained passing 172 20 Yards penalized 15 40 Yardage punting 92 103 Average distance 30 25 Fumbles 1 2 Fumbles lost 1 2 Passes attempted 15 5 Passes completed 9 2 Passes intercepted by 0 1
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960
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