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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 27 October 1960

LUCKY STRIKE PRESENTS Ue ? R- T ) R FrSOD DR . FROODS THOUGHT FOR THE DAY : Earl y to bed and to avoid people early to rise is an excellent way Dear Dr . Frood : Dont you agree that every college man has the right , in fact , the duty , to stand up and speak out for the things he believes in ? Tomorrow I am going straight to the college president and tell him , politely but firmly , what is wrong here—the inferior teaching , the second-rate accommodations , the bad food . My friends think I am wrong to do this . What do you think ? Determined should look first when Dear Dr look for Frood : a wife ? What for Searching Her husband DEAR SEARCHING DETERMINED : I Had I been able applaud I would your spirit , young have commended DEAR man ! Dear Dr . Frood : Our son has been in college three months , and we havent heard a word from him . Not even a post card . I dont want him to think I am too demanding or overprotective , but frankly 1 am worried . What should I do ? Worried Mother more ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Hoya Station Robbery Freshmen Make Selection Solved ; Mail Returned From 29 Nominees Today [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

Hoya Station Robbery Freshmen Make Selection Solved ; Mail Returned From 29 Nominees Today by Michael Raoul-Duval On Wednesday , October 19 , it was discovered that the Georgetown University Post Office , Hoya Station , had been robbed of over 400 pieces of student mail . After two days of intensive investigation , Bernard Willis , a full-time employee of the University Library , was arrested by Captain Paul Green of Georgetown s Police Department , and booked : at the 7 th precinct for petty Bennett Governs Expanded Philo PRESIDENTIAL NEWS . .. Bob Bennett , new Philodemic President . Last Thursday Bob Bennett was elected the first president of the expanded Philodemic Debate Society which is now open to all the undergraduate schools of the University . Bennett defeated John Heidt of the Foreign Service School who became Vice President . The newpresident enunciated in his acceptance address his desires for greater unity between members of the reorganized Philodemic and looked forwar...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

21 Hopefuls In Race For Secondary Posts The members of the Class of 1964 will cast ballots today in order to choose student leaders for the coming school year . This election represents the first organized activity of the Freshman Class , and their introduction to the student government of the College . Last Thursday evening , October 27 , a sparse representation of freshmen were present in Gaston Hall to nominate the men on today s ballot . Yard President Robert Gilmartin officiated at this meeting and Vince Wolfington , Junior Class president aided the nominees in choosing a place on the ticket . Mr . Wolfington also outlined to the gathered freshman the requirements for a valid nomination . These are : one , a 1 . 5 Q . P . I , average ; and , two , a maximum of $ 40 campaign expenses for the President and $ 25 for the other offices . This last item is to be submitted as a report as of 4 p . m . on the last day of this election . Twentynine names were placed on the ballot . ( Con...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EDITORIAL [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

EDITORIAL For Freshmen Only The first choice of officers which a . class makes shortly after entering Georgetown is of particular importance by the very fact that this is the class s first action as a real unit . The officers which the class elects provide the members of the Administration and the leaders of the other three classes with their first real impressions of the new class as a whole . If the officers are aggressive , articulate , and responsible they will give the impression that their class has chosen its leaders well ; if they are prone to doing a slipshod job and are unable to communicate their ideas or put them into execution their entire class will share the onus of the bad impressions which their officers have created . This first set of officers also plays a large part in determining whether the class acts as a whole in matters of common importance or fails to act because it has no class unity . If the officers are able to organize fheir class so that it can act in ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Arts unh fetters [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

Arts unh fetters by Tom Anderson Last Thursday evening , Dr . Joseph Schork , the new chairman of Georgetown s Classics Department , gave a short talk to the members of Eta Sigma Phi . Dr . Schork s remarks were concerned ¦ wi th the value of studying the writings of classical antiquity on a college level . Owing to increased de-emphasis in our schools on the study of the classics in the original form—last year Georgetown followed the lead of a large number of its fellow institutions and dropped Latin as a requirement towards the AB degree—we must continue to face up to the question of their practical value . Dr . Schork s answers were both original and witty , and it would be a shame if their circulation were to be limited only to the members of the classics fraternity—after all , they should be least in need of pep-talks and explanations . Therefore , unless my notes are faulty , the following are Dr . Schork s views . Firstly , the study of classical languages is a unique form of...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

The Magic Lantern A confrontation of death out of which grows a frantic search for the meaning of life is the theme of Japanese director Akira Kurosawa s latest film . Kurosawa , who achieved a considerable critical success with his earlier films such as The Drunken Angel and Rashomon , has created in Ikiru ( To hive ) a profoundly moving account of the fascination and power of life . Mr . Watanabe , a minor government official , learns that he will die from cancer within a year . He feels that the musty routine of his job and the petty details of raising his son have robbed him of an authentic life of his own , have smothered him beneath their weight . Face Yunosuke Ito Takashi Shamura . to face with death he begins a frantic search for the meaning of life . This fear-inspired quest leads him to sample the pleasures of alcohol and other debaucheries , an attempt to find a more intense level of life by artificially stimulating his senses which fail to reconcile him to his impending ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

Letters To The Editor To The Editor , I was very much disappointed after reading an article which appeared in the October 27 , 1960 issue of The HOYA . The article to which I refer contained an explanation of the history behind the word Hoya . Having been a student at Georgetown for only six weeks I was quite dubious concerning the indefinite meaning of the word . When I noticed the article in your newspaper I read it immediately hoping to satisfy my inquisitiveness . After reading the article I was very indignant . For such an indecent attempt of slanted humor to appear in a publication of a Catholic University was indeed surprising to me . I was very disappointed after realizing that your editorial staff had approved the repulsive article , which is undoubtedly lacking in moral content . I believe your newspaper owes an apology to its readers for this unfortunate occurrence . I hope that in the future your editorial policy will be more stringent . EDWARD D . SCHMITT SFS Class of 6...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

Macke s Knife by Bill Gargaro I hate to repeat gossip , said Maxie the Macke machine , Id rather start it . But have you heard what everyone is saying , Charlie ? What gossip ? said Charlie Shriver . They re saying that the couple in room 308 hasnt spoken to each other in two whole days . Oh , you mean me and George , my girl-crazy roommate , said Charlie . That s what they say , said Maxie , Whats the matter , is the honeymoon over ? Well , Maxie , it all started about a week ago when my roommate decided to run for freshman class president . Boy , can you imagine George Fisher as class president ? Theyd have to hold our Council meetings in the Dunbarton Lounge . But why did he want to run ? Well , said Charlie , someone told him that every Class President has a Class Secretary to work with . Yeah ? And George knew a girl he wanted to ask . I see . However , one thing I was certain of , right from the start , was that I sure as heck wasnt going to vote for my roommate . I dont have ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

by Bill Gargaro Good day , this is your old Student Council reporter telling yot that this week s meeting consisted mostly of patchy advertisements by various committee heads . It was colorful , in its own drab way And I suppose we could call it a plaid political announcement . Bob Gilmartin said that Freshman Class elections would tak « place on Thursday of this week . And he asked for volunteers from the Council to sit at the voting table during the poll hours . This will mak < certain that the casting and the counting is all done fair and square And I think its a good idea . Our two national parties are still trying to decide upon an impartial vote counter for the November eighti election . Right now they ve narrowed it down to a couple of beautiful Swedish IBM machines , with Whig leanings . ( Last night I _dreampi that as an impartial vote counter the Republicans selected Checkers the Vice President s cocker spaniel . And we really couldnt say he was prejudiced—in my...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
_M&B To Offer Firstborn , Drama of Biblical Conflict [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

_M&B To Offer Firstborn , Drama of Biblical Conflict by Dale Silva For its initial production of the season , the Mask and Bauble will present Christopher Fry s The Firstborn tomorrow and Saturday evenings at 8 p . m . in Trinity Theater . This is the first of five productions which have been scheduled for the year . The subject of The Firstborn is biblical in nature , dealing with the struggle between the Hebrews and Egyptians . The play begins with the return of Moses from Madian to Egypt after receiving the call call from God to lead the chosen people , and concludes ¦ with the killing of the first born of Egypt by the angels of death . Moses vs . Pharaoh Upon his return to Egypt , Moses first encounters Seti , the Pharaoh . He brings with him his brother Aaron and declares his allegiance to the Hebrews rather than to the Egyptians , despite Seti s offer to forget the past . From this point onward the play deals with Moses struggle against the Pharaoh for the freedom ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Council Revision [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

Council Revision Earlier this year , the Student Council created a Constitutional Revision Committee through an amendment to its By-Laws . This new standing committee is under the chairmanship of Jim Cadden , Pres CADDEN An offer of change ident of the IRC , who stated that the committee is an organization that recognizes a need which has always existed in the Council of keeping its Constitution up to date and in step to a greater or lesser degree with student opinion . The committee is composed of six members ¦ who shall hold regular discussions on Student Council Revision , to deliberate on , and to amend if need be , proposed amendments prior to discussion in the Council , and to initiate any amendment to the Constitution or ByLaws -which , in the opinion of the committee , shall be for the betterment of the Student Body . Moreover , the comittee shall report on a proposed amendment either faorably or unfavorably . One unfavorable report on an amendment will mean the amendment sh...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

_KSfOft Campus _» _& _« C _^ _^ . _y ( Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf , The Many _^* B _«^ Loves of Dobie Gillis . etc . ) THE PARTY WEEKEND : ITS CAUSE AND CURE With the season of party weekends almost upon us , my mail of late has been flooded with queries from young inmates of women s colleges wishing to know how one conducts one s self when one has invited a young gentleman for a weekend , so let us today take up this burning issue . Well , my dear girls , the first thing to remember is that your young gentleman is far from home and frightened . Put him at his ease . You might , for instance , surprise him by having his mother sitting in a rocker on the station platform when he gets off the train . Next , what kind of corsage should you send your young gentleman ? Well , my beloved maidens , orchids are always acceptable . So , indeed , are phlox and delphinium . In fact , most any flora will serve . Do try , however , to avoid carnivorous plants . If you find , my...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Frosh Races Hotly Contested [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

Frosh Races Hotly Contested ( Continued from Page 1 ) Nominees for Student Council Representative Are : Ned Di Pasquale of Dunkirk , N . Y ., a graduate of Cardinal Mindzenty High School . He served as president of his class for three years , Student Council vice president and treasurer , treasurer of the parish C . Y . O ., chairman of the Constitutional Committee and Delegate to the Inter High School Catholic Student Council . Doug McCallion of Pelham , N . Y . ; a graduate of Pelham , High . At Pelham he served as president oi the Literary Staff and the yearbook . An AB student he is a member of the Metropolitan Club . Mike Monahan of Boston , Mass .. a graduate of St . John s Prep . Monahan is an AB student and is active in the Rifle Club . George Presson of Silver City , New Mexico , a graduate of Western High School . Presson served on the Student Council for three years , district council two years and state council one year . He was district SC newsletter editor and placed s...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Rules Liberalized Novice Debaters On Student Cars Pick Fall Officers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

Rules Liberalized Novice Debaters On Student Cars Pick Fall Officers m TIM RYAN ... on the Road . The restriction barring 1 students from the use of the front gate has been modified by Rev . T . Byron Collins , S . J . This action was prompted by a request for a change in the regulations from Tim Ryan , chairman of the Campus Facilities Committee . The restrictions on the use of the gate are old but not until last year were they enforced . A fear of campus congestion and the inadequacies of the parking facilities for the faculty were the principal reasons for enforcement last year . Action to modify the ban was initiated by Tom Coleman present Yard Treasurer who proposed that Ryan s Committee on Campus Facilities investigate what alternatives there were to the status quo . This committee acts as liaison between the Student Council and the Administration in matters concerning food , cars , and buildings . Ryan s proposal suggested that students be allowed to use the front gate after ...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
POST OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

POST OFFICE ( Continued from Page 1 ) ing and has been returned to the addressees . The students who were affected have been asked to ex amine the contents of his letter determine if anything is missing and to so indicate on the envelope _, which should be returned to the SPO . Because of the complexity and size of this clerical task , it is still not certain exactly how much was stolen . This determined by the end of the week . Father T . Byron Collins , S . J ., University Vice President for Business Management , has emphasized that the student employees of the Post Office were in no way involved with the robbery . He also announced that the whole system of mail distribution is being studied and that several policy changes have already been initiated to prevent any further trouble . These include a new ruling that nobody will be allowed to go into the distributing section of the Hoya Station without clearance and signed permission from Father Collins office .

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
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Cliburn ' s Brahms Suffers Dilution Of Classical Form [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

Cliburn s Brahms Suffers Dilution Of Classical Form by Phil Quinn The appearance of Van Cliburn as soloist with the National Symphony on Wednesday and Thursday evenings last week was an event which had been eagerly anticipated by Washington music lovers . The sold out houses on both nights had obviously come to be impressed , and the wild applause at the conclusion of Cliburn s performance of the Brahms B Flat Concerto showed that they were indeed captivated by the virtuosity of the young Texan . If Cliburn came merely to capture the fancy of his audience , he succeeded admirably . There is no doubt that he could win a popularity poll over any contemporary pianist with no difficulty . Test of Maturity However , he had not come simply delight the audience with the charm of his manner but to perform what is generally agreed to be one of the most challenging concertos in the reperoire . On this score his performance was less than memorable . Facing a work that is a crucial test of arti...

Publication Title: Hoya
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