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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

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Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Juniors Edge Frosh Eleven , 6-0 _« r . . _ ¦ . ; ¦ ¦ . _ . _i , _¦ /; _ ¦ _• _JlJ . ~ . : :- -I 1 ,. . , , Winning their second game _^ - . ; . . . . • -. 0 . - - ¦ - - • - _ _^ _li _^ _aHHhk _^ - - -i _¦ - ° _^ _^ e season , the juniors - - ¦ , „ . _/ . . _:, :- ;> * _«^ _BHkHkJ _^ _# _^^ . whipped the freshmen 6-0 . The _; - • _^ _ _..- . IJfliB _^ _BBHBMiiiHlOMBM score was a deceptive one , as the ,. , ; _. _ _-Ji m _9 hH | _!^ _HJBhH 9 HH 8 H 1 _^^^ E ! margin of victory was wider than , , - ¦ ¦ . _» * , _^ .: * _ft ** _ _^ _MSSH _^ _HB _^^ B _^ BS _^ _SBHBi _^ a the lone would indicate . - ¦ _... _y _^ . _^ _jfe- _^ if _ejjWBi HBH _^ BHlBIBBBHiBBBl _The upperclassmen won the toss < , ggfl | _fflKfH 9 E _^^^ H _|^^^| HHB _^^^^ 9 _^ &SB at _^ ne game s beginningelected tc - ,. _JMJmBSBnMBBBUK _^^^^^^^ BBBBSttB _^^ Ut receiveand then the fireworks be- _ . mi , n _^ HHH _^^ H _|^^^ H _^^^ H | San . With halfback Mike Mar _SHHeKffiliS ; J _^ H _^ BB...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Sophs Clinch Title With 28-0 Victory [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Sophs Clinch Title With 28-0 Victory It was a rewarding day for the sophomore eleven as they whipped the frosh 28-0 and garnered their second consecutive Intramural Football Championship . From the opening- moments of the game to the final ¦ whistle , the frosh were completely dazzled by the true championship form of their opponents . The first moment the sophs had the ball , they marched to the frosh 30 yard line only to be halted momentarily by an alert frosh secondary who picked off McMillan s second pass of the game . _Foilr plays later the sophs were back in business again -when , with the ball on the frosh 17 , Jack Gallagher cut between tackle and end for the first touchdown of the afternoon . Back In Paydirt Within a matter of minutes , the sophs again found themselves deep in enemy territory due to the frosh s inability to move the ball . Pete Sinnott fought through the frosh defense to score from 16 yards out to give his team a commanding lead . The extra point was good wh...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

SPORTS EDITOR It was a chilly , overcast day last Saturday when the field of runners assembled at the start of the VMI cross country course . Two years before , GUs Bob Vinton had shattered the record for the gruelling 4 . 2 mile jaunt with an outstanding 21 minute 47 second clocking . However , in exactly 21 minutes and 26 . 9 seconds this mark was to be made history . The field started off evenly enough and began to spread over the course which is composed entirely of dirt and asphalt roads . By the end of the second mile one man had jumped far out in front of the pack and was practically out of sight . This was George Verdisco . By the time George had spurted across the finish line he was a good 150 yards ahead of the VMI second and third place men . In eclipsing Vinton s mark by a full twenty seconds , Verdisco chalked up his fourth straight victory of the season . Next week , George will be Georgetown s big entry in the IC 4 A Championship in New York s Van _Cortlandt Park , wh...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Gates Directs Senior Assault Sixty-five spectators , including practicing trackmen , watched the seniors avenge an earlier defeat at the hands of the juniors by white-washing them 14-0 . The graduating class displayed an aggressive ground attack while holding their opponents to a mere 33 yards . The injury-ridden junior team minus the services of their first string backfield could not manage to build up enough steam to field an effective drive . They left the field at half-time with negative yardage . In the first stanza the teams traded interceptions with the seniors gaining control of the ball on their 30 yard line . The seniors sparked by the brilliant brokenfield running of Bill Prest covered the distance to pay dirt in eight plays . Quarterback Bill Gates went over for the touchdown on a 15 yard end sweep . Second TD Mid-way in the second quarter , Mike McAllister ran a junior punt back 15 yards to the fifty yard ) line . Then a pass interference penalty placed the ball on the ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

TBHoyas ow o VMI Harriers George Verdisco prepped for the IC 4 As by setting a course record at VMI , but the rest of the team fared not so ¦ well and Georgetown wound up on the long end of a 22-35 score , in a game where the short end counts . George s was an excellent run . He covered the hilly 4 . 2 mile course in 21 : 26 . 9 , to break Bob Vinton s record by 2 . 0 . 1 seconds . This was done virtually on his own , as little competitive push was provided by the second place finisher , Tom Carlton of VMI , who crossed the line some 52 seconds behind Verdisco in 22 : 18 . 4 . Next in for the Hoyas was sophomore John Reilly , who finished fifth in 22 : 50 . Jay Van Brunt finished eighth , twenty seconds behind Reilly , and he was immediately followed by Scott Clendaniel . Fifth for Georgetown and twelfth overall was Jack Hurson ; Phil Banda and Ed Beachler , thirteenth and fourteenth , rounded out the Hoya squad . Here again , as in last weeks meet with St . Josephs , the absence of...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Eli Malletmen Triumph Last Saturday afternoon , the second goal for the Hoyas . Georgetown s polo team suf- Vincent Paces Eli fered its first intercollegiate Yale came back with a quick goal defeat at the hands of Yale , by Jarrett Vincent , who is con4 _ 2 . sidered one of the finest collegiate players in the nation . Vincent soon The game was played under followed with another tally and very slippery conditions at Wood- then another in the early stages of lawn Plantation and this proved a the fourth chukker . Pete Dunning handicap to both of the teams . The iced the match with the final goal Hoyas were also handicapped by of the day on a fine pass from the absence of one of their starters , number two man , Bob Price . Carlos Rizo-Patron . Next weekend , the Hoyas will be Rick Otto scored the first goal up against the University of Virfor GU in the second chukker tak- ginia in their final home encounter ing a pass from Mike Raoul-Duval of the autumn season . The Hoyas who hit a ba...

Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

George Verdisco Athlete of Week For the second consecutive week George Verdisco of the varsity cross-country team has been selected WGTB athlete of the week . Although the team was defeated by VMI 22-35 , Verdisco was the individual winner , touring the 4 . 2 mile course in the record time of 21 : 26 . 9 . This bettered the old record of 21 : 47 set by former Hoya distance star Bob Vinton . Runnerup Tom Carlton of VMI finished well back of Verdisco in 22 : 18 . 4 . This meet concluded the regular season activity for the cross-coun-try squad and served as a final tune-up for the IC 4 A and NCAA Championships . Verdisco will be out to better his 8 th place finish in the IC 4 A s last year .

Publication Title: Hoya
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Page 9 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960
Publication Title: Hoya
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

si These are the silver wings of a U . S . Air Force Navigator . As a flying officer on the Aerospace team , he has chosen a career of leadership , a career that has meaning , rewards and executive opportunity . The Aviation Cadet Program is the gateway to this career . To qualify for this rigorous and professional training , a high school diploma is required ; however , two or more years of college are highly desirable . Upon completion of the program the Air Force encourages the new officer to earn his degree so he can better handle the responsibilities of his position . This includes full pay and allowances while taking off-duty courses under the Bootstrap education program . The Air Force will pay a substantial part of all tuition costs . After having attained enough credits so that he can complete course work and residence requirements for a college degree in 6 months or less , he is eligible to apply for temporary duty at the school of his choice . If you think you have what i...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

Howard Booters Trip Hoy as Georgetown played a fine in his excitement skyed the ball game against Howard last over the _goal only a few feet away > Saturday on the lower field , and In the second half , a determined in spite of the final 5-2 score , the Georgetown drew first blood . On team has nothing to be ashamed of . an indirect free kick ; % t . alay , passed The entire game was played in the the bal 1 over to .: r Oyarzabal > who rain , which was a particular ad- blasted the ball in the upper corner vantage for the Howard players , of the net in a near perfect goal _, who are encouraged to shoot from Howard Rallies far out anyway in order to utilize _ , , their great shooting strength and T _, he ar ° US , e _* Howard players g e < j realizing that they might actually be beaten , attacked with redoubled The scoreless first half was an energy and ten minutes later evenly played affair in which scored their first j on a fluk Georgetown s fine con...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

JUNIORS ( Continued from Page 9 ) yielded ground stingily to the opponents for the rest of the half . Towards the end of the half , Vinnie Andrews recovered a frosh fumble , but time ran out before the juniors could threaten . Juniors Checked After gaining seven first downs in the first half , the pace of the juniors slowed , as they gained only four more first downs and concentrated on defense . Most effective in this defense , which kept the frosh outside the junior 30 yard line the entire game were guards Terry McCarthy and Frank Mack and tackle Jim Dollahite . The only frosh offensive rally came early in the fourth quarter when frosh quarterback Mark OBrien completed two long passes ; however both of these were nullified by fifteen yard penalties . The final offensive threat came late in the game when the alert junior defense hopped on a frosh fumble and began a march toward the goal line . But this inarch was short-lived , as an intercepted pass put the ball back in the hands o...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 November 1960

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

A LITTLE BIT OF PARIS FRENCH-AMERICAN 1022 VERMONT AVE BETWEEN K & I STS REPUBLIC 7-3373 LUNCHEON 1 1 : 30 TO 3 • DINNER UNTIL 10 : 30 Hoi Alcoholic Beverages Served Only to Lunch or Dinner Patrons YOU MAY RECEIVE A LIFE-SIZED , AUTOGRAPHED PORTRAIT OF _DfcFROoD UNLESS YOU ACT NOW ! Hurry ! Rush out now and buy a pack of Luckies ! Smoke them quickly ! Send the empty pack to Dr . Frood . If you do it now—Frood guarantees not to send you this photo . ngy . - - h < / L r I _HfMY \ I _^ _TOMfC I THIS IS NO IDLE THREAT ! Dr . Frood portraits will be mailed at random beginning November 15 . _^ \ j _^ _S _^ y Only students who send us empty Lucky packs will be safe ! TAKE NO CHANCES ! Mail those / V _^ / empty packs today . Send them , with your name and address , to Dr . Frood , Box 2990 , Grand Central / c _- A EITes Station , New York 17 , New York . J CHANGE TO LUCKIES and get some taste for a change !* Product of _tJ _^ e _. fJ ¥ ? _rtja _^ 6 zan , rJcrvaeteo- &...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

McDonough Gymnasium will revert to the Middle Ages of Palestrina for the Friday night half of this years Military Ball on December 2 . On Saturday the scene will shift to the Dixieland music of Booker T . Coleman in the Hall of Nations of the Walsh Building . Friday s affair will be formal with either ROTC uniforms or tuxedos being correct and will emphasize the military tradition of Knights of Olde . Music will be Knights of Olde Military Ball Features Middle-Ages Flavoring of the varied variety of Ted Alexander and his nine-piece band whc played at last year s Ball . Suitable punch and cokes will be served free of charge . Informal Cocktail Party The cocktail party on Saturday afternoon is informal and will be held from 2 to 5 p . m . The usual system of drink tickets will go into effect . Booker T . Coleman and his Charles Hotel Band is a six-piece combo whose repertoire extends from progressive jazz to the blues . Army Cadet Colonel John Sponski , the weekend s chairman , stated...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Protracted SC Session Modifies Senior Motion [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Protracted SC Session Modifies Senior Motion An emergency meeting of the Student Council ended at four a . m . last Tuesday morning with a unanimous no comment . This no comment may have have been the end , but it wasnt the conclusion . The conclusion was an . approval ( with amendment and reservation ) of a resolution adopted by the Senior Class in a general meeting on Monday afternoon . The approved and pertinent declarations are as follows : 1 ) Our Administration refuses YARD PRESIDENT . . . Bob Gilmartin . presides at last Monday s specially called Student Council meeting-. to recognize that in dealing with the Class of 1961 they are dealing with mature men . In support of this contention the Student Council was reminded of the Administration s explicit denial of a pay-as-you-go food plan on the grounds that the Georgetown student was too immature to be trusted to eat the right food . We were reminded , further , that in contrast to any other University namable our seniors have...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Senior Meeting Censures AdministrativeProcedures [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Senior Meeting Censures AdministrativeProcedures On Monday , November 14 from 4 : 30 until nearly 6 o clock , a publicized meeting of the Senior Class was held . There were roughly 100 members present . Charles Matthews The Class President presided . The meeting took on a confused and even acrimonious character when a lengthy resolution was subjected to discussion from the floor . As submitted in writing to the Class Secretary prior to the meeting , it read : Whereas : The Senior Gift symbolizes the appreciation of a graduating class for the efforts of the Administration in their behalf : And whereas : It is highly questionable if the Class of 1961 should , or desires to , express any such appreciation towards an Administration that has : 1 ) Refused to recognize that in dealing with the Class of 1961 they are dealing with mature men . 2 ) Inaugurated policy changes with our class without consulting the Class Officers , ( e . g . The ban on cars for underclassmen , and the turning o...

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