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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR To the Editor : Since the real value of hazing seems to be a topic of popular discussion , and since the majority of published opinions seem to be of a negative nature ( cf ., LETTERS , last week ) , I would like to add a few words in defense of what is to me a pleasant memory . To say that opinions of hazing are sharply divided , and passionately so , is to belabor a well made point . And to attempt a dispassionate discussion would be at best difficult , because during hazing emotions are in a prominent and very jumbled state . When the frosh arrive they are quite naturally bewildered . They are now in a strange environment , about to embark on a journey into what is at least reputed to be a different concept of education . The frosh is now on his own , possibly for the first time , and such a realization is often frightening . His shaky state is considerably worsen ¬ ed by the arrival of the sophomores . Now he is alone in a hostile world and compelled to go ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Editor-in-Chief , JR . Managing Editor .... : DENNIS DUFFY Business Manager . ANTHONY DeLUCIA News Editor : MICHAEL J . LEAHY Sports Editor _ . WILLIAM J . GILDEA Feature Editor ROBERT W . LYONS Copy Editor . . THOMAS A . KOVATS Advertising Manager ROBERT DiMAIO Photography Editor BILL FARRELL Make-up Editor JOHN M . SNYDER Circulation Editor RALPH MAZZUCA Executive Secretary JAMES J . CADDEN Headline Editor KARL WESTERN Rewrite Editor GREG SACHS Moderator EDWARD I . BURNS , S . J . News Staff : Joe Alexandre , Martin Arbagi , Mark Baldwin , Bob Bennett , John Consolini _, Jim Delaplane , Robert Desmond , Joe Fallon , Bev Galloway , Dan Griffin , Steve Hanink , Tom Harron , John rieyes , Dave Kleiler , Ed Krovitz , RICHARD C . KULLEN Ed Leonard , Ed Masterson , John McGraw _, Barry Mergardt , Joe Niederst , Art Paone , . John Pierz , Pedro Rosado , Al Ross , Steve Stoll , J ohn Walsh , Joseph Walsh . Published by the students of Georgetown University every Thursday during the colleg...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
_rCouncl-u p With the shorter issue this week ( and lots of ads ) , this column has been reduced to almost manageable length . We , too , are sorry that this issue is so small , but everyone must pay for the foolishness of their youth—and we had our fling last week . Onward and upward department : Karl Western , 61 , Honors Program , and recently-elected HOYA Headline Editor , has just been appointed Editor-in-Chief of The 61 , his class s newspaper . Again and still department : Mixers are with us yet . Visitation will be having one this Friday from 7 to 11 p . m . in the Lodge . Serious department : the first lecture and discussion of the Georgetown University Literary Society for this academic year will be held at 7 : 00 p . m . today in Copley Lounge . Dr . Philip Herzbrun , now in his first year on Georgetown s English faculty and a poet in his own right , will speak on Obscurity and the Practicing Poet . Refreshments will be served after the discussion period . All are welcome...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
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Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Council Capers by Nicholas J . Kilmer ¦—I - Last week s Council opened portentously with a talk by Father Sellinger who- began by _^ explaining the new marking system and ended by vigorously exhorting the Council members to give all the students in the University , through their own lives , an example of Christian , educated , gentlemanly living . The Council shuffled its feet , wiped its respective nose , and squirmed a little . I noticed passing over the faces of a few individuals a look of grim determination towards greater and . higher things . A spilling new face appeared on the legislature attached to the smiling person of Miss Joanne Manahan , delegate from the Nursing School . As she smilingly settled into her seat between Messrs . Schalk and Mussara , the Council . Members straightened their ties as one man . Midway through the meeting Miss Manahan arose and smilingly asked if Grey ( thats spelled with an e not an a , by George ) Cards would be given to nurses . Mr . Giard ...
Of Evans Address [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Of Evans Address Scholarships Topic What are my chances oi getting into graduate school ? To reply to this and to other related questions , Mr . Evans , the Director of Special Programs for the College of Arte and Sciences , will address the assembled Senior Class on October 20 . Graduate school application procedures , admission tests , financial assistance programs , and other information will be then described to College seniors anxious to gain admittance to schools for advance studies . Last year , a record 72 scholarship grants were awarded to College seniors ; this year it is hoped that the number of grants will continue to rise . Mr . Frank Evans ( MA ) is a native of Albany , New York ; for the past ten years he has been a member of the faculty of Georgetown University . A veteran of World War II , Mr . Evans rose through a series of promotions to the rank of Captain ; as a member of the College Staff , he is currently Assistant to the Dean , the Director of Special Programs...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Mugnaini ( Continued from Page 1 ) ated from the Los Angeles Art Institute , where he is now head of the Art Department . He Illus trates for Doubleday , Ballantine Books , land several other publishing companies . In 1954 , 1955 , and 1956 he won the Library of Congress Pannell Award . His art is not strictly modern—yet he s not a pure classicist . Nor is he the scrambled egg type . . . he has la technique all his own , says Mrs , Phillip Mosser , who is handling the show s arrangements . Dr . Wen-Yeh-Tsao , Minister Councilor of the Chinese Embassy , -will speak at tonight s opening of the exhibition , which will continue from 10 : 00 a . m . to 5 : 00 p . m . every day until October 22 . Fans of science-fiction writer Ray Bradbury will recognize Mr . Mugnaini as Illustrator of Bradbury s many books .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
On Campus with _MsKShdman ( Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf , The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis , etc . ) STUDYING CAN BE SCREAMS If studying is bugging you , try mnemonics . Mnemonics , as we all know , was invented by the great Greek philosopher Mnemon in 526 B . C . ( Mnemonics , incidentally , was only one of the inventions of this fertile Athenian . He also inestimable value to mankind . Before the staircase people who wished to go from floor to floor were forced to live out their lives , willy-nilly , on the ground floor , and many of them grew cross as bears . Especially Demosthenes who was elected Consul of Athens three times but never served because he was unable to get up to the office of Commissioner of Oaths on the third floor to be sworn in . But after Mnemon s staircase , Demosthenes got up to the third floor easy as pie—to Athens sorrow , as it turned out . Demosthenes , his temper shortened by years of confinement to the ground floor , soon embroiled his countrymen in ...
Council Capers _WOUnCII _^» CipGrS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Council Capers _WOUnCII _^» CipGrS ( Continued Page 3 ) guard had told the defendant not to paste the parking sticker on his windshield . This we call efficiency . The third man pleaded guilty , said Mr . Donovan , so there wasnt much I could do for him . When Mr . Snoddy inquired what was done with cash gained from tickets , it was revealed that the money is kept ir i a special box . This money is not spent . . . Well , at least the guards dont get it . Mr . Donovan is sure that playful members of the student body will stop firing cap pistols at the guards . It was announced that on Tuesday , October 13 , there would be a public debate held on whether the cafeteria is serving food or not ; and if not , what ? . Anyone wishing to read the results of this year s hazing program may refer to the report in the Giard Office . The report tells how a freshman becomes a Gentleman of Georgetown by capering about in ridiculous dress and making a fool of himself and his University . Of course ...
GU Dems Organize For Year ' s Activities [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
GU Dems Organize For Year s Activities The Georgetown political show got on the road this week with the Young Democrats Club holding its . first meeting on Tuesday night in the Hall of Nations of the Edmund A . Walsh School of Foreign Service . This first meeting was primarily organizational with such things settled as the club constitution , pro ¬ cedure , and dues . After the , business part of the meeting ,. Dr . Bernard Hennessy , assistant to the Democratic National Committee Chairman , Paul Butler , gave a lecture . A brief reception followed the meeting in the Palmes Lounge . At the meeting were representatives from the various Washington area schools to discuss plans for a loose Washington Federation of College Young Democrats . Chuck ( Continued on Page 6 )
New Journal Contest [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
New Journal Contest For the first time in its history , the JOURNAL is sponsoring a short story and poetry contest for its first issue . There will be a $ 15 first prize and $ 10 second prize in each division . Deadline for all entries is Monday , October 19 . Judges in the contest will be three members of the English Department .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
The Magic Lantern by Dennis Duffy and Phillip Quinn ( Ed . note : Torn Allen is substituting for Dennis Duffy , one of out- two regular movie columnists , for this issue . ) If , as some say , life must be considered as a series of plateaus reaching : ever-upwards , the movie The Tingler is a distinct setback for civilization . Never in my life have I seen such an excuse for pay-TV , for reading- a good book , for reading a bad book . . . for quietly dangling- tired feet in a tub of 1927 vintage Mott s Apple Juice . The movie opens with a stern and fatherly talk by the show s producer , William Castle , counseling us all not to panic at the _sig-ht of the Tingler , and above all , not to worry if some lovelies in the audience faint in terror and shock . Personally , I feel that the cinema industry has missed a big bet in not featuring Mr . Castle in a few horror pictures himself . However , he soon makes his exit in a dissolve replete with moans and shrieks and a dash of tambourine ...