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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
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HoyaAII- America Football Star Dies [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
HoyaAII- America Football Star Dies Another episode in Georgetown s volume of All-Time Greats was ended last month with the death of James Henry Hub Hart . Hart , captain of football in 1904 and later a star catcher with the pennant-winning Chicago White Sox died of a heart attack in Fort Wayne , Indiana on October 10 . A student in the School of Dentistry , class of 1905 , Hart was elected captain of the football team in his junior year and sparked the squad to a 7-3 record . One of the defeats was at the hands of the Carlisle Indian School where only three years later the great Jim Thorpe was to make history . The other two were yielded to Lehigh and Princeton . Era of Rebuilding The turn of the century at Georgetown witnessed what was considered an era of rebuilding but one which was to lead to a long line of powerhouse teams . In 1894 the unfortunate accidental death of a Georgetown player had caused a suspension of the sport and for four years the varsity retired to the sidelin...
filLLDfllLEY [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
filLLDfllLEY SPORTS EDITOR It was a somewhat sorry day for the Georgetown polo squad last Saturday , when they allowed a good but not superior Fort Belvoir aggregation to knock in seven goals in the final two chukkers to salvage an eight to seven decision . The Hoyas played well-certainly well enough to win . The big mistake was playing two of their substitutes simultaneously . Neither of these two had seen much action this year although they are surely capable of playing good polo when called upon . However , teamwork is a most vital factor in any sport and at Woodlawn last Saturday it was taken merely for granted . You cannot expect players of limited competitive experience to form the nucleus of a team especially in a sport where unlimited substitution does not exist . They should have been worked into the lineup separately where they would have an opportunity to adapt themselves to the established line of attack By playing together they could only try to adapt to each other whic...
Harriers Bow As Frosh Win [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
Harriers Bow As Frosh Win Georgetown s harried harriers suffered their third defeat of the season last Saturday , losing to a strong St . Joseph s team in Philadelphia . George Verdisco arrived at the finish line 42 seconds before anyone else , but he was followed across by five consecutive Hawks led by Kevin Quinn and when the next Hoya came in , the day was already lost . The final score read St . Joseph s 20 , Georgetown 39 ; low score winning . For Georgetown though , it wasnt as bad a defeat as it might appear . On the whole , they ran well . Verdisco s time of 24 : 22 for the four and three quarter mile course was excellent considering the rainy weather , and the second and third men to finish for the Hoyas , Jay Van Brunt and John Reilly , seventh and eighth overall , both ran strong races . What hurt most was the fact that the aetuall second and third men for the Blue and Grey , Jim Tucker and Ray Shevenell were out due to injuries while Jack Hurson , who finished sixteenth ...
Booters Blast Gallaudet . 4-0 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
Booters Blast Gallaudet . 4-0 Still smarting from last week s encounter with Loyola , the Hoyas journeyed over to Gallaudet to play their fourth game of the year . Playing in fine spirits , in spite of the weather , the Hoyas snapped back in a 4-0 victory over Gallaudet . This gives the Hoyas a two won , two lost record for the season so far . Georgetown was fortunate in having most of the boys back with team . Rizo-Patron and Sanchez were back to help the defense out , and Bob OConner had recovered sufficiently from his injuries to be able to share the goalie honors with Nick Guevara . This depth on the bench was a welcome treat for coach Steve Benedek . The slow-starting Hoyas could not click in the first quarter as both offense and defense were unable to function properly , and the resulting play was confused to say the least . Ice Breaker But finally , in the second period , Jim Woodward was able to knock in the first goal . In a rather comical melee in front of the goalj after ...
Undefeated Sophs To Test Freshmen [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
Undefeated Sophs To Test Freshmen by Larry Hawser As predicted by many , the defending champ sophomores have jumped off to an impressive lead in the Intramural Football Standings . As of October 28 they were sporting a 1 . 000 percentage by winning their first three games . To the surprise of quite a few , perhaps including themselves , the rebuilt juniors find themselves in second place with a 1-1 record . The off-again , on-again seniors are holding down third place with a 1-2 record , -while the freshman are occuping the cellar with an 0-3 mark . However the campaign has a long way to go and the complexion of the standings- can certainly change . On November 4 , the league leading sophs take on the celler dwelling frosh . This is an important game for both teams . The sophs , led by quarterback John McMillan , -wish to add another to their already impressive string of victories . The frosh now find themselves in the role of spoilers and would like nothing better than tripping up ...
Malletmen Lose To Fort Belvoir [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
Malletmen Lose To Fort Belvoir The Georgetown Polo Team was defeated by Fort Belvoir , 8-7 at Woodlawn Plantation . The event , witnessed by an enthusiastic crowd of 500 , marked the end of the Fall Festival Weekend . The Hoyas were up against a very experienced army team , but during the first half they were in complete control of the game . After a slow start , highlighted by sturdy defensive play , Georgetown s Jerry Shields broke through for the first goal . Rick Otto and Carlos Rizo-Patron scored in the second chukker . Rizo-Patron s goal was scored after a fine back-handed pass from Shields . Belvoir Goal In the third chukker just after Shields had scored on a difficult under-the-neck shot , Col . Shirley broke the ice for Fort Belvoir . ( Continued on Page 10 )
Verdisco Chosen Athlete Of Week [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
Verdisco Chosen Athlete Of Week George Verdisco , varsity cross country standout , has been selected WGTB s Athlete of the Week for his winning performance against St . Joseph s College . Verdisco s winning time over the rugged 4 % mile course was 24 : 22 . Georgetown , minus the services of Jim Tucker and Ray Chevenell , was defeated by a score of 20-39 . Verdisco s margin of victory over second place Kevin Quinn of St . Joseph s was some 200 yards . The time was particularly impressive due to rainy weather conditions at the time of the race . Verdisco , a fifth place finisher in last year s Athlete of the Year balloting , closes out his collegiate cross country career with the VMI , IC 4 A , and NCAA meets coming up . Last year George finished eighth in the IC 4 As and eighteenth in the NCAAs .
Mariners Topple Navy ; Cop DC Championship [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
Mariners Topple Navy ; Cop DC Championship The sailing team edged out Navy for the first time in four years last Saturday . Georgetown won the Greater Washington Championship at the local marina by a close margin . The scores were : Georgetown 19 % ; Navy-19 ; GW-16 . Sylvester Stars Pete Sylvester , easily the best skipper on the Hoya squad , was responsible for the upset . He won three out of three races for a perfect score of 12 . Constantly battling with Navy s ace skipper Charley TJlmer ( rated second in the Middle Atlantic District last year ) , Sylvester emerged victorious in all three of his starts . The course was a modified gold cup course , with an added windward leg . In the first race , Sylvester and his crew , Rich Dietz , held off the oncoming TJlmer and won by less than a boat length . The second A division race was the most exciting of the day . Sylvester was in third position and engaged in a tacking duel with TJlmer for half the race . When he finally pulled into ...
Frosh Five Develops ; Christy Helps Offense [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
Frosh Five Develops ; Christy Helps Offense by Mark _Ptsano The Hoya frosh basketball team is beginning to fill the mold set by Coach Bob Reese . The talented troup of frosh is showing signs of living up to its pre-season predictions . The competition among the players at every position is exceptionally keen . Jim Christy leads the list of outstanding guards . Jim who comes from Queens , New York and St . Pascals High School fits in perfectly with the fast moving offense employed by the team . Jim has extremely fast reflexes and an deadly accurate set shot from the outside . These are the main factors for his nomination to All-Queens and AllCatholic teams in the tough Nas-sau-Suffork CHSAA league in New York . Clutch Ballplayer Jim who stands 6 % can build up a good head of steam in a drive and should be a main factor in the fast break which is used extensively in the free lance offense . Probably the most valuable asset that Jim has is his ability to come through in the clutch . Co...
POLO [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
POLO ( Continued from Page 9 ) During the fourth chukker the Hoyas broke through the Port Belvoir defense and scored three quick goals . Rizo-Patron sparked the drive with a high lofting shot from thirty yards out . The Hoya rooters , now shouting for more , saw Louis Smith drive the length of the field for a goal . Rick Otto soon followed with his second goal of the day . Georgetown now led , 7-1 . Shortly after the opening of the fifth chukker , Jose Rodriguez was thrown from his horse and trampled . Although he was taken to the hospital in an ambulance , he is in good condition and should be back in action next week . Fort Belvoir started their comeback , scoring three goals . General Robert McNeil scored twice and Col . Shirley got his second goal of the day . In the last _chukker , Georgetown could not keep up with the spirited Fort Belvoir players as they scored four goals . The winning goal was scored in the closing seconds of the game . Since Fort Belvoir was not a college t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 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
HARRIERS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
HARRIERS ( Continued from Page 9 ) Ashley , Bob Lindes , and Charles Walsh finished second in a three way tie for the baby Blue and Grey , and they were immediately followed by Ed Schmitt and Jerry Coan . John Marinenko won the race , running over the three and a quarter mile course in a good 17 : 03 . The second place time was 17 : 44 . The freshmen , now one and three , had a tentatively scheduled meet for Tuesday with their counterparts from the University of Maryland and the varsity will seek their second win on Saturday against VMI in Lexington , Virginia .
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
FOOTBALL ( Continued from Page 9 ) game , they can keep themselves in the title picture . For the juniors this game is a must to keep pace with the sophs . November 9 is the date for the junior-frosh game . Again we see that the juniors must win this game to stay near the top , and again we find the frosh in the role of spoilers . By the completion of these games we should be able to see who are going to be the Intramural chamns of 1960 .
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960
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