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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Ladies Guild Plans Symphony Concert For those students of a more cultural bent , who prefer Rachmaninoff to Rock N Roll , the Ladies Guild of Georgetown University has prepared an excellent program for December 9 . The ninth annual National Symphony Concert and Dance will be held that evening at 8 : 30 in MeDonough Gymnasium . The National Symphony Orchestra , under the baton of Dr . Howard Mitchell , will present an hour and a half s program of fine music . Nationally known as one of the finest Symphony Orchestras in the United States , the National Symphony has come to great heights under the direction of Dr . Mitchell , its permanent conductor since 1948 . See Picture , Page 7 Immediately after the concert , a dance will be held in the gym , with music by Erwin Devron and his Orchestra , highlighted in a Yule setting . This program is sponsored annually by the Ladies Guild , a group of women especially interested in the development of Georgetown , in order to maintain the Student...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Inside China , Quemoy , and the UN . A review of SinoAmerican relations by Joe Croft , ( page 3 ) . The Trinity Football team preps for seasonal thriller with the alto ays tough Georgetown Prefects _, ( page U ) . Fr . Bunn , S . J ., emimerates Georgetown s potential at the annual President s Dinner last Thursday evening , ( page 5 ) . College freshmen are encouraged to form closer ties with faculty advisors by Fr . Joseph Sellinger , S . J ., Dean of the College , ( page 9 ) .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Editorial Communication II [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Editorial Communication II In early March of last year the Class of 1960 were individually and collectively incensed at the Administration . Word that an announcement had appeared in the Georgetown Alumni Magazine to the effect that Alumni returning to the Hilltop for reunions that year would be able to occupy rooms in Copley during- their class reunions , reunions that were scheduled at the same time as the seniors graduation week festivities , had flashed through the class . Neither the class officers nor the Yard officers had been consulted or even notified about this decision . We wrote an editorial at that time in which we laid most of the blame for the acrimony and friction which flowed out of this situation to the crucial lack of communication which then existed between the Administration and the student body . We are writing this a full nine months later , and the situation remains largely uncorrected . The situation remains at such a point that the president of one of the c...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Letters To The Editor Seniors Express Great Discontent To the Editor : Nov . 15 , 1960 As you read over this report of the Senior Class Meeting and the Student Council meeting of this past Monday , I would like you to consider these few points . First , this Senior Class is not attempting to run this College , to force the Administration into an indefensible position , or to question the Administration prerogative to dismiss any student . What we are concerned over is that this class is dangerously close to graduating from this University harboring a great deal of ill will which will not only be unfortunate for the class and its individuals , but also be detrimental to the welfare of the University . Because these two unfortunate results are imminentthis class is simply asking that the Administration recognize the need for clarification of certain policies which have led to the outgrowth of these ill sentiments . We are not accusing the Administration of being either right or wrong ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Butterfield 8 . Butterfield 8 is the story of a New York executive Weston Liggett , played by Laurence Harvey , who is disgusted with his unchallenging life , separates from his wife Emily , and takes up courting the shapely and fairfaced model Gloria Wondress , played by Elizabeth Taylor . Slowly he realizes that he loves Gloria ; also , Gloria wakes up one morning and finds that she is in love with Liggett , and the happy couple drives off to spend a weekend together in the country . But complications soon set in . Gloria must take a birthday gift to her life-long , neighborhood buddy , played by Eddie Fisher . Weston pretends jealously over this , but is actually happy because coincidentally his wife Emily is returning to New York from Long Island , and The Magic Lantern By Paul Kennerson Laurence Harvey . . . Elizabeth Taylor . he feels duty-bound to spend the night with her . Emily is a sincere and understanding wife , who realizes Weston is confused and hopes that he will some...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

_nsound-up Georgetown s mock Presidential balloting picked a winner , but by a far greater margin than the rest of the nation . Senator Kennedy garnered 310 votes in the Student Council sponsored poll to 250 for Vice President Nixon . Four writein votes were given to Senators Byrd of Virginia and Goldwater of Arizona . The Georegtown University String Trio will present its second concert of the year for a campus audience tonight in the Hall of Nations at 8 : 00 p . m . All are cordially invited and admission is free . Works of Beethoven , Haydn , Schubert , and Stamitz will be featured . The Dean s Office recently announced that the topic for this year s Mallory Medal is The Problems of the Inherent Powers of the Presidency . Any interested student should turn in his typewritten essay of 4000 to 5000 words to the Office of the Dean by May 5 . A camera club is being formed on campus , with the occasional guidance of Bob Young , the photographer of the Universitys Public Relations Off...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Macke _ s Knife — . by Bill Gargaro Dont just stand there , you big dumb Macke machine , say something for yourself ! screamed Charlie Shriver . But Maxie still kept quiet . Listen , I dont have to take the silent treatment from you or anybody else around here , Charlie persisted . What the heck kind of a friend are you ? Well , we re through , Maxie . As far as I m concerned , you can go to the spare parts lot , or whatever happens to bad Macke machines when they die . Boy , you are angry , exclaimed Maxie . Why dont you go read the Autobiography of Univac and find out how unfit you are for your chosen mode of being ? Charlie muttered . ¦ - Well , you knew better than to bring your girl friend around here in the first place , didn t you ? snapped Maxie . That s just it , said Charlie , I thought youd be my one friend last night . And , boy , I really needed one . You see , I doubled with my roommate , George Fisher , which was a big mistake in the first place . That guy s such a bi...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Current Controversy : The Chinese Situation [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Current Controversy : The Chinese Situation by Joe Croft For the past several weeks , some of the major issues in world affairs and American politics have centered around the enigma of China . These issues may be grouped under three heads : 1 ) American policy on Quemoy and Matsu , 2 ) the question of admitting Communist China to the United Nations , and 3 ) the broader issue of a possible rift between Communist China and Russia . To obtain an evaluation of these issues , this reporter interviewed a recognized authority on the Far East , one who has had considerable personal experience inside China . In the light of the remarks made by this source , who prefers to remain unidentified , the following conclusions would seem to be warranted . As regards the Quemoy-Matsu issue , which played such a large part in the recent Presidential campaign , it must be remembered that neither Senator Kennedy nor Vice President Nixon has maintained his original extreme position as stated in the seco...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

With the Thanksgiving vacation at hand , the New York Metropolitan Club , and the Washington Club are sponsoring dances to highlight the holiday weekend for members and non-members . The Metropolitan Club s semiformal dance will be held on Friday , November 25 , in the Grand Ballroom of the Hotel Roosevelt in New York City . Francis Walther and his orchestra will supply the music from nine until the early hours of the morning . In the words of Karl Johanson , the Club s secretary , The highlight of the Hoyas Thanksgiving social activities will be reached at the Metropolitan Met Club , D . C Club Plan Holiday Dances Club dance . We expect Hoyas from all over the nation to attend this dance . Tickets can be purchased from the corridor representatives and will go on sale Sunday in the cafeteria . The price to members is $ 5 . 00 and $ 6 . 00 to non-members who purchase their tickets here . Tickets will also be sold at the door for $ 7 . 00 . The Officers Club at the Naval Gun Factory w...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

GU Sodalities Start Thanksgiving Drive Yesterday at eleven o clock , the combined Georgetown Sodalities began their annual Thanksgiving Drive for the Luttle Sisters Home for the Aged . The donations stand this year will be located near the Tree during each day , from November 16 to November 22 . The Sodalities have established a five hundred dollar goal for the five day drive . Their hopes of attaining that goal are based on the general spirit of generosity of the student body , through which many of the area s needy were helped last year . This year s drive has the same purpose as last year s , to provide the elderly people of the Little Sister s Home with a Thanksgiving dinner . This gift , it is hoped will enable them to forget their everyday cares at least for a little while . The theme of the drive is Help Fill the Need—Make November 24 a Real Thanksgiving . The theme represents a personal appeal to each student to aid the Sodality meet this very definite need . The success of ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Gen Galley To Speak [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Gen Galley To Speak Major General Charles Kenon Galley , Commanding- General of the Military District of Washington , will address the Georgetown University Army Cadets at 3 : 30 p . m . November 22 in Gatson Hall . The event is being sponsored by the Association of the United States Army . Military Record Perhaps because he has personified outstanding leadership in his own career Gen . Gailey has asked to speak on the Challenge of Leadership . Born in Conyers , Georgia , in 1901 he attended the United States Military Academy at West Point from which he graduated as a second lieutenant in 1920 . In his first ten years in the Infantry he was stationed at Fort Benning , Georgia , then in Fort Davis in the Canal Zone where he served as aide-de-camp to the commanding general and later at Fort Meade , Maryland . After a year of post-graduate work at Massachusetts Institute of Technology he returned to Fort Meade as a instructor and then became aide-de-camp ( Continued on Page 7 )

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Perusse to Speak For IRC Meeting New Horizons for the UNESCO will be the topic of the IRC lecture given by Dr . Roland I . Perusse , State Department official , tonight at 8 : 15 in Copley Lounge . This lecture is one of the annual series presented by the International Relations Club headed by James J . Cadden . Dr . Perusse , a resident of Bethesda , Md ., is the Asst . Director of the UNESCO ( United Nations Edcational and Social and Cultural Organization ) Relations Staff for the Department of State , a post he has held since 1959 . The doctor obtained his AB degree from Wisconsin University in 1947 , and received a doctorate in International Relations and Organization at American University . Among other positions he has held are : Intelligence Research Analyst in the Department of Defense , Foreign Affairs Officer for the U . S . Information Agncy , Press Officer for NATO , and an assistant professorship in Political Science .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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GU Prefects Meet Trinity In Annual Gridiron Clash [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

GU Prefects Meet Trinity In Annual Gridiron Clash By John Hayes This Saturday afternoon amidst the gaily colored leaves of autumn , two of the nation s most highly respected football teams will meet on Kehoe Field to decide the winner of the mythical Washington championship . Hardly a bookie from Brooklyn to Las Vegas dares to set odds on this most evenly matched and fiercely fought of contests . The stock market trembles in anticipation and foreign powers wait on the outcome of the annual Georgetown Prefect — Trinity College Juniors Touch Football Game . Titanic Clash This titanic contest , although steeped in the greatest of Georgetown athletic traditions , has inexplicably remained an almost unknown event . How newspapers could not have given headlines to Elma Zeke Hickenlooper the day she singlehandedly ran , kicked and passed Trinity to victory over a strong Prefect eleven is a mystery . There have also been other standouts through the years like Hermoine Big Mommy Snark who ho...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

_^ ijr Oil _CflQIpU fi mstabm I V __ > x < L _2 r ( -Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf , The Many I _*¦«« « _v _»^ Loves of Dobie Gillis , etc . ) HOW TO BEAT THE BEAT GENERATION My cousin Herkie Nylet is a sturdy lad of nineteen summers who has , we all believed until recently , a lively intelligence and an assured future . Herkie s father , Walter O . Nylet , is as everyone knows , president of the First National Artificial Cherry Company , world s largest maker of artificial cherries for ladies hats . Uncle Walter had great plans for Herkie . Last year he sent Herkie to the Maryland College of Humanities , Sciences , and Artificial Cherries , and he intended , upon Herkie s graduation , to find him a nice fat wife and take him into the firm as a full partner . Could a young man have more pleasing prospects ? Of course not . But a couple of months ago , to everyone s consternation , Herkie announced that he was not going into the artificial cherry business . N...

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Confraternity [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Confraternity The Confraternity of Christian Doctrine has started a training program to prepare twenty-five students to teach religion to Catholic children in public schools . Graduates will be assigned teaching positions in the Washington area . The CCD is not restricted merely to teaching . Other activities include a discussion club , taking up collections at the Sunday Masses on campus , and volunteer work in a nearby home for the blind . With the exception of the teachers training program , members are still welcome in any of the activi ties mentioned , as well as those who can help out with clerical work , publicity , or transportation . Contact Father Kaifer s office on 1 st Healy or Dan Schlafly , Box 1248 .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Address By Father Bunn Sets Out Potentials Of GU [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Address By Father Bunn Sets Out Potentials Of GU Fr . Bunn Sets GU Goals The main feature of Ias 1 Thursday evening s President s Dinner was an address by the Very Reverend Edward JB . Bunn , S . J ., President of the University , which explicitly revealed the Administration s hopes and plans for the Georgetown of the future . The main ballroom of the Columbia Country Club was the site of the dinner ¦ which was sponsored by the Washington Chapter of the Alumni Association . Present at the affair , in addition to the members of the Administration including the deans of all the schools of the University , was an unexpected guest , Mr . John McFall , a 1929 graduate of Georgetown and former Assistant Secretary of State and Ambassador to Finland . The Address : The potential of Georgetown , _declared Fr . Bunn , is beyond all _sur conception ; what it can do is positively limitless . In the 180 _fears of its existence it has per ¬ formed a service to Washington , to the United States , ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

CU Players Bring Tudors Up To Date In Anderson Work By Phil Quinn On November 12 the Speech and Drama Department of Catholic University concluded a two week run of Maxwell Anderson s Mary of Scotland Anderson s drama is an at ¬ tempt to present the historic conflict between Elizabeth Tudor and Mary Stuart in terms of the conventions of the contemporary theater . This involves a focusing of attention on the personalities oi the protagonists rather than the events in ¦ which they participate . Dialogue functions as a lens through which the psychological constitution of a character is revealed ; action becomes a manifestation of personality . The play is not primarily concerned with ideas or events , but with people . Difficult Approach This approach entails certain difficulties when applied to the subject at hand . In the first place , the concentration on psychological analysis forces the playwright to minimize the ritualistic elements of the _ action . More important , however , onc...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Joseph Jeffs Requests Volunteers for Library [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Joseph Jeffs Requests Volunteers for Library Mr . Joseph JefFs , the University Librarian , has issued a plea for volunteers to serve on the Student Library Committee . This organization , in its second year of operation , is composed of students from the College , SFS , BA , and IL and L , serves as an undergraduate advisory board to the Library . The purpose of the committee is , according to Mr . Jeffs , to provide a liaison between the Library Administration and the student body , to receive their advice on student body needs , and to interpret library problems and policies to the student body . Ideally , the council would consist of two members from each school , and two members-at-large . This , it is hoped , would result in needed improvements and a better student-library relationship . At present the board consists of only one member , the chairman , Niel Moynahan . This deficiency is due to the graduation of members For this reason , Mr . Jeffs is particularly interested in...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MILITARY BALL [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

MILITARY BALL ( Continued from Page 1 ) shields . Tables will be set up in a modified Round-Table fashion tc form a semi-circle about the dancing area . Extra plans include the annual Military Ball Princess Pageant , an honor guard composed of eight pledges of both the Arnold Air Society and the Scabbard and Blade Military Societies , and a fife and drum corps from Fort Meyer which will provide entertainment during intermission . There will also be a grand promenade of all the senior cadets and their dates in both the Army and Air Force contingents . The Military Ball is conducted on alternate years by first the Army and then the Air Force . Next year s Ball will be under the jurisdiction jf the Air Force s Arnold Air Soriety . Cadet Colonel Sponski of the _krmy will be assisted by Air Force Z ! adet Colonel Robert Walsh and _fVrmy Cadet Lieutenant Patrick _NTugent .

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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