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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 November 1960

TV- > / lirtct 5 ( formerly Fogan s ) For Fun-Loving College Students Rendezvous COCKTAILS FOOD EXCELLENT Fri . & Sat . No Cover Minimum Jazz - Jerry Dancing Weickel Trio No AD 2-8283 Washington , D . C . 2317 Calvert St ., N . W . Across from the Shoreham _« Tried Regular Filter Cigarettes Tried Other Menthol Cigarettes ? 1 l < ? NOW Come Up Lome up All iui TheWa ine y u _: ... way up the MENTHOL MAGIC _« to KOOL • ¦ - _* ¦ - _^ m When your taste tells you it s time for a change , remember : Only Kool—no regular filter cigarette , no other menthol cigarette—gives you real Menthol Magic ! A you NEW FEEL SMOOTHNESS IN YOUR THROAT ! DEEP ALSO LVAILA 8 LI WITHOUT _f- r _^^ _y MARK OF QUALITY IN TOBACCO PRODUCTS © 1960 BROWN WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CORPORATION HE

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Faculty Report Alumni Questionnaires Give Viewpoints in Gil [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Faculty Report Alumni Questionnaires Give Viewpoints in Gil After several weeks of analysis , a faculty committee chairmanned by Dr . J . Joseph Hutchmacher , of the history department , has sent to the Dean of the College a report based on more than 600 questionnaires filled out by graduates of the past ten years . Father Joseph Sellinger , S . J ., Dean , says that some 2500 questionnaires were sent out in connection with the College s self-analysis preparatory to the visit of the accrediting committee this year . The basic aim was to determine how graduates view the benefit of their education at Georgetown , and to gather suggestions for possible improvements . There was a total of twelve faculty members on the committee , representing most of the depart ¬ ments of the College . Major conclusions reached by the committee were the following : Based primarily on statistics kept by the College , the principal reasons for students leaving college before graduation are acad e m i c de...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Mo ran Wins Frosh Prexy , Sounds Class Challenges The Class of 1964 took official form as the members elected their officers for the academic year . Approximately 350 freshmen went to the polls on Thursday , November 3 , to vote for a president , student council representative , vice president , secretary , and treasurer . The men elected to office were : President William Moran , Student Council Representative Marshall Michel , Vice President Walter Connolly , Secretary John Fornes , and Treasurer William Allen . In the race for president , Bill Moran topped the other seven candidates with 211 votes in the final tally . After the elections Moran told the HOYA , The Class of 1964 will face , as all classes before it have , a number of challenges . The first and most important of these is +. _Tia _rTinilATiPp t . n ¦ ffirm a unified class . It is my belief , as I know it is the belief of every member _jf the Freshmen Class , that we shall meet and conquer this chalenge . Marshall Mic...

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Calliope Will Resurrect Ghosts Of Lost Pirates Whatever became of Jean LaFitte and his band of pirates ? They helped Andy Jackson defeat the British reg -ulars at the Battle of New Orleans , but then they dropped _aut of sight . Did they stop their thieving 1 and settle down bo quiet respectable lives , or did they disappear back into bheir hideouts in the Baratarian swamps and continue their [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Calliope Will Resurrect Ghosts Of Lost Pirates Whatever became of Jean LaFitte and his band of pirates ? They helped Andy Jackson defeat the British regulars at the Battle of New Orleans , but then they dropped _aut of sight . Did they stop their thieving 1 and settle down bo quiet respectable lives , or did they disappear back into bheir hideouts in the Baratarian swamps and continue their old habits of making life miserable for merchants and shipowners ? People have puzzled over these questions for years , but there is no reliable evidence about the postwar careers of LaFitte and his compan ¬ . Bill Gargaro knows though , and he s written Down The Hatch , also known as Calliope II , about it . The musical , . which will be presented on the last weekend in April , features a band of trolls , an excursion into voodoo magic , and the Where Do You Go When You Get Kicked Out Of Hell ? cha-cha-eha . Most of the production centers around Sin Swamp , Barataria . Bringing Sin Swamp and its...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

leake to Give Gaston Lecture _WBBBBBBMSSM ¦ _ : _^ m ~ : m _HHhHHIHmBI _^ ; ¦ v - • : ; _^ r : ¦ _W i | _b-g : _IHuMf _^ nB _^ _HHiH _^ _Hk . Chairman Bagileo Dr . Chauncey D . Leake , Assistant Dean of Medicine at Ohio State University , will open the Gaston Lecture Se_rieg of 1960-1961 on November 16 at 4 : 00 p . m . in Gaston Hall . The widely known professor , who is currently president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science , comes to Georgetown with a wealth of knowledge and experience . Dr . Leake graduated from Princeton University , majoring in physiology , chemistry , and biology , and later went on to Wisconsin where he received his PhD . A staunch believer in the whole man , the professor has been described as pharmacologist , chemist , physiologist , administra- ( Continued on Page 4 )

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Joe Fredricks questions political significance of YD rally , ( page 7 ) .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Editorial Georgetown-at-Fribourg During- the past three years we have had occasion tc speak at length with several men who had taken their junior year in Switzerland as part of the Georgetown-at-Fri-bourg program . Each man expressed the same opinion in thf course of the conversations , the opinion that they would no 1 trade the year they had spent studying in Europe for anj other opportunity which had so far come their way . This unanimity of opinion was the more striking because the things which they all valued most about their experiences had very little to do with the academic courses of instruction offered at Pribourg , although these were regarded as ranging from adequate to outstanding in quality . The things which these men regarded as the most valuable products oi their year abroad are best classifiable under the headings of a growth in maturity and the stimulation resulting froir . contact with cultures and ideas foreign to our own . The growth in maturity , and corrolary ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

The Magic Lantern by Tom Scheye Hiroshima Mon Amour To begin , Hiroshima Mon Amour is an extremely trying film . Its documentary of the Hiroshima blast horrifies ; the postulation of the film s problems provokes ; and finally its surrealistic , vague , almost imperceptible , treatment confuses . The film centers around the love relationship between the only two principals , a Japanese architect and a French actress . They appear to be total opposites and more or less involved in their own problems . The architect is concentrating on rebuilding war-torn Hiroshima and the actress is in the city to make a movie about peace . When the opposition of these characters seems to be resolving itself , the movie modifies it and then leaves it . In fact much of the difficulty of the film stems from the fact that it deals with a large number of totally unrelated problems without resolving them . These themes are brought together not -within the plot but through the unity of treatment . The film ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Letters To The Editor ( The following eommunicatio % was received last -week by _M-r Townley , who has kindly grantee us his permission to print it . The return address on the envelope _wat at Trinity College . M . J . L . ) Dear Mr . Townley : Congratulations on your Trinity Confidential , appearing in the HOYA , October 27 . Regardless of any complaints you may receive , rest assured that the Femmes Fatales are flattered by your notice and analysis . The situations portrayed are perhaps exaggerated , but the genera ] idea behind your article is nc doubt correct . Few of us have ever noticed a girl straightening a seam at a mixer since most oJE us wear seamless stockings ; but that comment on Trinity smiles is priceless and will long be remembered . I feel that you are in need of correction only on the point concerning the haves and havenots . Probably you have simply failed to notice that the havenots of Friday night are the haves on Saturday night . It is ill part of the vicious ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

ALUMNI LETTER ( Continued from Page 1 ) given at Georgetown is the bes 1 preparation for graduate and professional studies . The committee observed thai many of the suggestions made have already been put into effect ovei the past few years . Examples cited were the establishment of the Graduate Studies and Scholarship Committee , the increased emphasis on independent study ( most graduates were unaware of the Honors Program ) , and historiography seminars for history majors . Another subject handled by the committee was the success of graduates in areas other than advanced studies . Although statistics on this point ¦ were almost impossible to come by , the Alumni Association was quoted as saying that a gratifying number of Georgetown students advance to- honors in their chosen professions ; and as an example it was observed that seven former Georgetown students are now members of the United States Senate . The chief recommendations made by the committee were : a further expansion o...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Arts wxb _i&rtUtB by Neil Moynihan Politicians , Policy and Negotiations I To discuss the delicate problems of the management of a nation foreign policy is to approach the brink of informed commentary an < risk toppling into meaningless generality or plain error . Howevei since we now have a new president and hope for changes , some observa tions will be ventured . This country does not seem to have experienced chiefs-of-stat and high-level diplomatists in possession of a thorough grasp of th history and practice of diplomacy and what can be learned therefron As a case in point , Felix Frankfurter in his informal memoirs , Feli Frankfurter Reminisces , has alluded to the less than effective manne in which America played its role at the peace negotiations at the clos of World War One . At that time , President Wilson took it upo himself to visit the Versailles Conference in person and attempted t exert his personal influence upon the proceedings . Mr . Justice ...

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Yearbook Plans Advance Lee Works On New Look [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Yearbook Plans Advance Lee Works On New Look With the preliminary _laj out finished and its _editorig board rounded out , Ye Domes day Booke , the college year book , has moved into hig gear , according to Editor Jo Lee . Divided into eight secions Introduction , Administration , Fa ( ulty , Seniors , Features , Activities Sports , and Underclassmen , th book will cost approximate !; $ 17 , 000 to print . At autumn regi _: tration , a fee of $ 10 was colleete from each student for his copy an the total revenue this year wa $ 14 , $ 10 . The balance of § 2990 i secured through advertisements . A letter will be sent this week end to the senior parents solicitinj their aid to the tune of $ 100 for ; full page . Letters are also beinj mailed to the various Georgetowi Alumni Associations throughou the country , as well as to the busi nesses which traditionally back thi project . New Activities Setup Pictures and coverage of man : major events , such as the Fall Fes tival , the Rat Race ,...

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Debate Coach Reynolds Looks To Bright Future [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Debate Coach Reynolds Looks To Bright Future Dr . William M . Reynolds is the newest addition to the Georgetown debating picture . He comes to us from the University of Florida where he received his doctorate in Public Address and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa . In addition to his full time debate direction , he is a member of the English Department . Dr . Reynolds claims that he : ~ z : was quite impressed with the amount of debating _taleni which he found here a 1 Georgetown . Under the guidance of Dr . Reynolds the debaters have won over 80 % of theii intercollegiate debates . In the pas 1 month alone , they won a first place in the novice division and a third in the varsity division at the Uni versity of Maryland _Warm-Uj Tournament sponsored by the Washington-Maryland Forensic As sociation , a first place at the Browr University Debate Tournament and this past weekend a third place at the Howard Invitational Debate Tournament . It was due only tc an error in tabulations that p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Military Ball Plans Voiced By Sponski Busily working on the second big weekend of the social year are the members of the Scabbard and Blade and the Arnold Air . Society , co-spon-sors of the annual _Military Ball to be held at Georgetown December 2-3 . _Ths weekend will feature a formal dance in McDonough Gym on Friday night from 9 to 1 , with the music of Ted Alexanders band Dress will be ROTC uniform oi tuxedo . On Saturday afternoon _, there will be an informal cocktail party from 2 to 5 p . m . in both the Hall of Nations and the Palms Lounge of the Walsh _Btiilding , Music will be provided by Booker T . Coleman and his Charles Hotel Band . Tickets for the weekend will sell at $ 8 . 50 and can be bought after the Thanksgiving holidays . Split tickets will also be available . Drink tickets will be provided in the usual fashion . It is emphasized that this affair is open to all members of the University . The dance is run jointly by the Members of the Scabbard and Blade , the Nati...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

_SmBSBm _iSp Oft fimps _mSu . \ _^ _>^ . _yr ( Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf , The Many _^ _ _* _- _^ _^ Loves of Dobie Gillis , etc . ) A MODEST PROPOSAL A movement is afoot—a shocking , startling movement—tc solve the problem of overcrowded colleges by the simple expedient of refusing admission to women at coeducational schools It is argued by proponents of this plan that in today s -world a college education is absolutely essential for a man , while foi a woman it is merely a pleasant interlude between adolescence and housewifery . There is simply not room enough for both men and women in our overburdened colleges ; therefore , in all fairness , women who have far less need of a degree than men , must yield their places . Well sir , when . I heard this drastic proposal , I was so shocked that I sat right down and lit a Marlboro . I always sit right down and light a Marlboro when I am shocked . I also always sit right down and light a Marlboro when I am not shocked ....

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