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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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Fr . Sellinger Explains Guidance To Freshmen In Special Class Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
Fr . Sellinger Explains Guidance To Freshmen In Special Class Meeting On Monday morning in Gaston Hall , Reverend Joseph A . Sellinger , S . J ., Dean of the College , assembled the Freshman Class to explain the student guidance program , especially the Committee of Faculty Counselors . Father Sellinger said that one aspect of Georgetown freshman life has been unsatisfied thus far . Few of you have had enough contact with the faculty to notice their desire to help you . He then introduced Dr . J . E . Houle , of the Mathematics Department , and Chairman of the Committee of Faculty Counselors . Doctor Houle pointed out that The aim of the guidance program is to aid the student to identify and implement his responsibilities and privileges as a member of the University , in accordance with her objectives . He emphasized that each instructor can be considered a faculty advisor to each of his students , as has long been the custom at Georgetown . Specific advisors are not assigned to fre...
MARY TUDOR [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
MARY TUDOR ( Continued front Page 5 ) the personalities involved and the actions in which they manifest themselves other than a highly artificial one contrived by the dramatist . It is as if this psychological analysis entails a reduction of character to type to the point where no organic connection to the particular details of action is possible . Within the limitations of their vehicle , the Catholic University players perform at a high level of competence . Carol Emshoff s Elizabeth is a shrewd and calculating woman of the world . Although lacking a certain decisiveness and penetration , Miss Emshoff s interpretation has at least the virtue of consistency . Brenda Holland as Mary has some initial difficulty in establishing her character convincingly , but once this is surmounted renders Mary a completely captivating woman . Alternating between imperiousness and charming flirtatiousness , she rises occasionally to moments of great eloquence . Though weaker in scenes of more intima...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
LETTERS ( Continued from Page 2 ) respect between activities . May we play , too ? Then there s our theatrical sin . We are told it is unforgivable . Men of the HOYA , you can fail also . Your comments are not unforgivable , but they are irrevocable . You cannot call back a single issue ; you cannot disown a single word . This is a fearful power , like sex or the atom . Such power God does not give us outright ; He only lends it to us as He has lent us life itself—to use for His glory . He has lent it to countless other writers , and many have squandered it in blackmail or exhibitionism . And now He has lent it to you . pray that all your lives wield that power wisely pecially when you must judge the young . The young have astonishing courage and good will , but they are sensitive . For that sensitivity they need not apologize ; it is God s blessing as surely as the ability to write . But it is there . Many young people will die before they admit it . Some have . Be not deceived . I...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
Chem Club Begins Season s Activities The Chemistry Club inaugurated its 1960-61 schedule with a student-faculty bowling- party . President Bill Risen is leading- the club s many aspiring scientists into this year s program . The other member officers are : Brian Oak , vice president ; Bob Mielbrecht , treasurer ; and George Henderson , secretary . All are junior BS chemistry majors . The meetings , held on the average of twice a month , take place in Room 308 in White-Gravenor . Outside the usual business formalities of each meeting , there is usually a noted speaker from industry in and around the Wash ¬ ington area . Former lecturers have come from Melpar Corporation , the Naval Research Laboratory , and the National Institutes of Health . At various times throughout the coming year the club has scheduled several field trips to places of noted scientific interest . The first of the trips took place at last Monday s meeting , when the club visited the National Bureau of Standards o...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
gift is withdrawn , the Senior Class Gift Committee be dissolved , and that the money thus far collected be returned to the contributing seniors , or used for other purposes , as the Class may see fit . Be it further resolved : That this decision be reached by majority vote of the whole class at a special meeting to be called by the class officers for this express purpose , on or before November 22 , 1960 . The discussion of this resolution revealed a range of strong feeling pro and con regarding its several aspects . Despite attempts to introduce strict parliamentary order the largeness of the group and variances in procedure caused difficulty . The upshot was that several resolutions were eventually passed , with validity , by exceedingly close margins . Some members of the Class agreed with the above-quoted resolve , some did not ; some felt its wording and tone to be injudicious , others that it contained erroneous interpretation of certain circumstances . According to the recor...
STUDENT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
STUDENT COUNCIL ( Continued from Page 1 ) and explicit no comment from the Administration . The resolution of these facts , as stated in the Senior Class Memo to its President was formulated : BE IT RESOLVED : That the class of 1961 consider withdrawing their pledge of a Senior Gift ; that if this gift is withdrawn , the Senior Class Gift Committee be dissolved , and that the money thus far collected be returned to the contributing seniors or used for other purposes as the class may see fit . This resolution , it was emphasized again and again , was not meant as a threat . It was only a possible form of concrete action one might take to formalize a protest . The culminating resolution , however , was not approved by the Student Council . Nor was it disapproved . The Council felt that what the members of the Senior Class did as a result of the acceptance of the foregoing accusations was their own business , and not in the province of the Student Council .
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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Soph Gridders Dominate All-Star Team [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
Soph Gridders Dominate All-Star Team Jim Schwab , center—a College junior who makes his second consecutive appearance on the AllStar squad . In his freshman year Schwab was named to the second team . This year he is co-holder of outstanding lineman honors . Probably the best linebacker in the league , Schwab was an All Washington Catholic League star at local John Carroll High School . He is also a front line catcher for the baseball team . Bob Forlizzo , guard—a sophomore , Bob also makes his second straight appearance on the AllStars . He is the other winner of the oustanding lineman award . Porlizzo once again proved to be an outstanding blocker and defensive player with a keen ability to pull out of the line to run interference for the backfield . Bob played his high school ball with the Xavier Kaydets of New York City . Frank Bruffey , guard—a sophomore , he forms the other half of the excellent guard combination . Frank is also a speedy and powerful blocker as well as an impre...
Malletmen Bow To Virginia [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
Malletmen Bow To Virginia Hoy as Host Belvoir Sat . by Mark Pisano Last Saturday the Hoya malletmen lost their third straight game , as they bowed 4-0 to the University of Virginia . The loss was the second defeat of the year to the U Va . team . The previous score was 8-3 . The muddy turf slowed down the action of the game making it difficult for the players to maneuver their ponies . This changed the usual free lance style of the game to ball control , breaks and penalties , with the Georgetown team dominating only the last phase . First Score In the first two chukkers the visitors forced the Blue and Gray into a defensive game . Their first score came late in the first chukker on a penalty shot . Rick Otto hit the front legs of another pony with his mallet , giving Don Grubbs a free chance at the Georgetown goal . Will Farish pushed across the second score culminating an excellently executed drive . During halftime the spectators broke away from their festivities to tread in the ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
SPORTS EDITOR The 1960 intramural football season has come to an end and the All-Star team has been selected . The sophomores notched their second consecutive championship under coach Pop Sweetman with an awesome display of gridiron supremecy . They scored a total of 111 points as against only six posted against them and also boasted the three top scorers in the league . In the realm of individual performances there were several standouts . Senior Bill Prest was named to the first team All-Star lineup for the third straight year . Prest again proved one of the most valuable men in the league with his deft ball carrying and broken field running . Few can deny , however , that the highlight of the campaign was , once again , the golden arm of soph John McMillan . McMillan directed his elub with near perfection . If a single soph receiver happened to break into the clear it was almost a sure touchdown as Mr . McMillan seldom missed his target . Behind a solid line , excellent protectio...
HONORABLE MENTION [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
HONORABLE MENTION Linemen : Name Class Murray Senior Williamson Senior Clark Junior Michel Frosh Nugent Senior Andrews Junior McCarthy Junior Mirabelli Senior Padgett Soph Boggs Junior Stepnes Senior Barrett Senior Martens Soph Kohler Frosh make the All-Star team . A powerful lineman , he made a habit of breaking into the opposition s backfield to nail ball carriers . Jack Vogt , end—a sophomore , Jack was a member of the second team last year . Scoring eighteen Drury Frosh Nitka Senior Vanessi Soph Laurie Soph Backs : Name . Class OBrien Frosh Gates Senior ONeill Senior Lynch Soph Linehan Soph Powers Junior Keating Soph Gallagher Soph Detgan Senior McMahon Soph points this year he tied for the _leag-ue lead . Vogt was quarterback McMillian s top receiver this year . Larry Murphy , end—a College sophomore , Murphy was a specialist at making enemy passers eat the ball . Also . a top receiver ,