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Council Capers by Bill Gar gar o [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Council Capers by Bill Gar gar o At . Georgetown you have to hear everything via the grapevine . Anyone who lives in New South may have an extension in his room . All sorts of things can happen when too many secrets are kept , consciously or unconsciously . This was pointed up at the Student Council meeting by Charlie Matthews who told us that rumors flying around school about a case of disciplinary dismissal involving the intoxication of a member of the Senior Class were causing a great disturbance throughout the class as a whole . Now , the facts of this case are known only to the members of the Student Advocate Board , the persons directly involved , and the Administration . That is as it should be . And the members of the Senior Class have no right , as I see it , of demanding to be told any more . But they do have a right to demand that the G-Books interpreation be clarified . They do have a right to demand to know what the Administration s explicit policy will in the future be...

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

This Grand Tour of Europe can be yours ... next summer ! England . . . the Continent . . . touring capital cities , hamlets . . . traveling through beautiful countryside , quaint villages and passing landmarks . . . enjoying good fellowship . . . laughter , conversation and song ! And it s all yours when you choose one of the American Express 1961 Student Tours of Europe ! Groups are small , led by distinguished leaders from prominent colleges . Itineraries cover England , Belgium , Holland , Germany , Austria , Switzerland , Italy , The Rivieras and France . There are 12 departures in all , timed to fit in with your summer vacation ; ranging in duration from 47 to 62 days ... by ship leaving New York during June and July . .. starting as low as $ 1402 . 50 . And with American Express handling all the details , there s ample time for full sight-seeing and leisure , too ! Other European Escorted Tours from $ 776 . 60 and up . MEMBER : Institute of International Education and Council ...

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

Class Reps Picked By Sophs , Juniors In Recent Election The members of the sophomore and junior class councils were recently selected in the elections for corridor representatives , dayhop representatives , dayhop representatives and council representatives-at-large . The class councils will be instrumental in achieving the objectives of the respective classes . Class Participation Sought The objective of the sophomore and junior classes is similar in that both seek to obtain the participation of as many members of the class as possible . The means to obtain this participation differs a little . The Junior Class officers appoint committees and these committees elect chairmen who sit on the executive council . Also , there are representatives-at-large who represent different groups within the class . In addition to the regular corridor and day-hop reps , there are diverse committees ; publicity , senior gift , social , Gaston lecture , and the academic committee . Junior Reps The fol...

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

THE MAGIC LANTERN ( Continued from Page 2 ) cannot stay with her . He says that he must go out and re-find his honor . Then only , and if she still -wants , will he come back to stay . Butterfield 8 is boringly typical in the the background and story material in ¦ which it is cast ; but it is surprisingly and refreshingly distinct in its outlook , especially as seen in the ending . At one point in the story , it seems that this will go the way of all Hollywood lovediaries : Gloria wakes up and finds she is in love with Liggett . She says , I have no problems any more , I am in love , and By some miracle I m everybody else . It ( i . e ., her penchant to spend nights away from her mother s apartment ) was in me before ; it is no longer . But she finds life is not this way ; love is not the panacea she thought . And so she will take the necessary steps to eliminate her problems ; she must shed her old self ; she must , ironically , disgard the very man who unwittingly had taught her t...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Nitely at 9 ( Except Sunday ) CHARLIE BYRD HIS GUITAR & TRIO Jazz and Classical Music RESERVATIONS AD 4-4555 American Express Cards Honored PARKING AT 2419 18 th ST

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Good Fellowship At The d £ ric shelter 1523 22 nd St N . W DE 2 WEEKDAYS SAT . and SUN . 885 11 30-2 3-12 M M A Food ... Fun and SI Brands of Imported and Domestic Beer or Your Favorite Cocktail 1

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Correspondents Set Forth Some Points On Fribourg [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Correspondents Set Forth Some Points On Fribourg ( The following letter was received in The HOYA Office last _Szmday night . Due to both its general interest and special pertinence at this time of year for sophomores making decisions regarding Fribourg , it has been printed as a separate article . G . S . ) To The Editor : I was indeed gratified to read your excellent editorial concerning the Georgetown-at-Fribourg program currently offered by the College . Your concise summary of some of the outstanding benefits to be gained from a year s study and travel in Europe was accurate and to the point . As an appendix to your editorial I would like to clear up some possible misconceptions . I shall include some points of the program which are sometimes held to be its disadvantages . Normally , at the mention of study in Europe , one asks first of all , What is the language requirement ? Let me state that it is the general opinion of those who have studied at Fribourg in the past that ther...

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

GEN . SPEAKS ( Continued from Page 3 ) and assistant Chief of Staff for the Fourth Army in San Francisco . He next spent two years as a company commander with the 27 Infantry in Hawaii . In 1940 he was promoted to lieutenant colonel and joined the War Department General Staff with which he served until he was transferred to the 109 Division , San Luis Obispo , California as assistant division commander . General Gailey received his first assignment overseas when he was stationed with the Office of Military Government for Germany in Berlin . Soon after he was promoted to brigadier general and then became chief of Staff for the Office of Military Government in Germany . General Gailey finished his duties in Germany as commander of the 43 Division at Ausburg and in 1959 assumed command of the Military District of Washington . He has also been awarded the Distinguished Service Medal .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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LADIES' GUILD [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

LADIES GUILD ( Continued from Page 1 ) been unable to continue their education without its assistance . The fund , founded as a perpetual institution , makes loans to students payable at 4 % interest , concurrent with graduation . The tickets are on sale through Mrs . John Gillespie or are available the evening of the concert at the door . The price of the evening , both the concert and the dance , is $ 2 . 50 per person or $ 1 . 50 , as a special student rate . Anyone desiring reserved seats may call Mrs . Gillespie at FEderal 3-2234 or write to her at 1902 37 th St . N . W .

Publication Title: Hoya
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Symphony Strategists [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

Symphony Strategists LADIES GUILD . . . Left to right : Sitting : Mrs . Daniel Slattery and Mrs . John Gorman . Standing : Mrs . Howard Kerns and Mrs . John Gillespie .

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

SCULINUM MA KAYWOODIUM FIGHT BACK Help preserve masculine prerogatives Help fight creeping matriarchy ! Join SMK . No dues . No meetings . One obligation only . Smoke your Kaywoodie often—especially among women . Flaunt its manly grain . Tantalize them with the lush tobacco-and-briar aroma . But never let them savor a puff ! Kaywoodie flavormildness , and relaxation — all without inhaling — are strictly male . Will this return women to bondage ? Maybe not . But it will be a brave exercise of your male prerogative . . . and pleasurable to boot . Write Kaywoodie PipesInc ., New York 22 , N . Y . for free SMK membership card and pipe smoking booklet . _^ _t _^ _gggS * _^ Campus , Yacht Shape $ 4 . 95 _** _* - _jr White Briar , Pear Shape $ 6 . 00 . _^ _^• _SbHS _ 9 _^ Connoisseur , Apple Shape luckaway , Relief Billiard Shape— $ 7 . 95 _Gra In Super Grain , $ 6 . 95 . Standard $ 5 . 95 . New crystal-clear-bit . Tuckaway comes apart , fits in easy-carry suede finish pouch . $ 15 . 00 KA...

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CHINESE SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

CHINESE SITUATION ( Continued from Page 3 ) coalition government . Marshall s mission was a failure , and the United States decided to withhold aid from both sides . Since the 1952 Presidential campaign , the Republicans have held that this failure to aid Chiang amounted to selling the Chinese Nationalists down the river . But it has never been proved that our continuing to supply Chiang with economic aid would have enabled him to overcome the Communists . Had the Truman Administration decided to send American troops to aid the Nationalists , it would have met with hostile public opinion in this country , only two years after World War II and at a time when our military forces had been drastically reduced . By accusing the Democrats of deserting Chiang , the Republicans committed themselves to backing the Nationalist leader up to the hilt . Accordingly , they have been reluctant to give any appearance of going back on this support . But as a matter of fact the- Eisenhower Administra...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
China —America : Analysis Of A Controversy [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

China —America : Analysis Of A Controversy Chinese area which has existed as an independent republic under Russian influence since 1911 . Ideological Split ? Even when the historical differences are distinguished , it must be determined just how deep the differences go , whether or not they are deep enough to constitute a fundamental ideological split in the Communist bloc . Although there is not enough evidence to give a simple answer , there are strong indications that it would be unwise to place much immediate hope in a parting of the Russian and Chinese ways . At the present time , China is heavily dependent on Russia for capital and for technical assistance , which she cannot obtain from any other country . As a result , China must compromise with Russia on any differences that may arise . Once China , with her 650 , 000 , 000 people , outgrows the need for this assistance it will be doubtful whether she will be content to play second fiddle to Russia . However , the day of tho...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960

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