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SECOND TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
SECOND TEAM Pos . Name Class QB Pete Keber Junior HB Mike Piron . Soph HB Bill Mattimore Soph FB Pete Sinnott Soph E Bill Moore Senior E Norm Frederick Junior T Jim Dollahite Junior T Charlie Wolf Soph G Jack Field Senior G Frank Mack Junior C John Hoeschler Frosh ( tie ) Norm Shugrue Soph Ed Kelly , tackle—a College sophomore , Ed makes his first appearance on the first team after receiving an honorable mention last year . Injured at mid-season , Kelly had already made enough of an impression on the intramural coaches to
Hoy a Booters Top Univ . Of Virginia [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
Hoy a Booters Top Univ . Of Virginia by Bill Connett Georgetown traveled down to the University of Virginia last Saturday to win a mighty 2-1 victory over the Cavaliers on their home field . This is the first time in Georgetown s history that the Hoyas have beaten a Virginia team on their own grounds . Consequently , the 2-1 margin was the cause of much more jubilation for the team and coach than an ordinary victory , and gave the soccer team s Baritone , Ambrose Ramella ( right wing ) , something to sing about . The game was particularly interesting because it showed the great depth and flexibility of coach Benedek s team . For various reasons , seven of the normally first string players could not come to this game , but this loss of glamorous players in no way hampered the ability of the team to make a fine showing . Van Houten Scores The first goal was scored in the second period when John Van Houten dribbled the ball brilliantly from halffield to the penalty area , and then made...
Alumni Test Varsity ; ColHilower Honored [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
Alumni Test Varsity ; ColHilower Honored by Michael Maker At eight oclock on Saturday night , November 19 , there will be a sneak preview of the 1960 talent-laden Hoya basketball team when they encounter the Alumni , both modem and antique . Special tribute will be paid to a member of the latter category in James Colliflower , a 1906 graduate and former coach of the roundball sport at the Hilltop . A total of forty-three alumni have been invited back for this annual duel . The captain and coach of the Alumni will be Hugh Beins , 53 who , along with Bill Bolger , was a co-captain that year . Among those returning there also will be such names as Fr . Lou Gilgante , 54 , and Frank Major , Joe Missett , and Dale Smith , all 1956 graduates . Also appearing will be the co-cap-tains of the 1958 team , Ken Pichette and John Clark , the captain of the 1959 team , Jim Oravec , and Joe Titus , also 59 . Ed Hargaden , captain of last year s team , will be unable to return because of military d...
IC 4 A ' s Victory To Penn State [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
IC 4 A s Victory To Penn State Taking their cue from the Democratic ouster of the Republicans , the Nittany Lions of Penn State ended a four year reign of Michigan State as IC 4 A cross country champions and Brown s Bob Lowe ascended to the individual title following a five year tenure of Michigan State s Kennedy brothers . Lowe , second in last year s race to the Spartans Crawford Kennedy , took over this year with an eighty yard victory over Bob Leach of Alfred . His time of 25 : 40 . 4 will be a meet record as this is the first year that it has been held over the extended course at New York s Van Cortland Park . Following Leach across the finish line was Bill Lake of Michigan State . Bill Bachrach of Yale was fourth and another Spartan , Gerald Young , rounded out the first five . Penn State managed its victory by placing its first three men , Gerald Norman , Herm Weber and Steve Morehead in the eighth , ninth and tenth positions . The other two men were close enough to the front...
SAC Plans Basketball Rally , Program Sale [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
SAC Plans Basketball Rally , Program Sale by Al Hibbert Optimistically preparing for the coining basketball season , the Student Athletic Council has unveiled its plans for the support of the cage BOB MARKEE ( Continued on Paee 13 ) sport at the Hilltop . Under the direction of senior , Bob Markee the SAC schedule calls for the annual straw hat sale , a pre-season pep rally , and a colorful eight page program to be sold at all the games this season . The sale of straw hats to raise money for the Council s activities has become almost a tradition , and according to reports the sale this year has surpassed that of all previous years . Chief reason for the huge success was the great demand among the members of the freshman class , as well over half of the class requested orders for the hats which are due to be distributed in advance of the opening tilt with Loyola on December 3 . The straw hat section will again be a colorful part of the basketball picture this year . Rally Planned Mar...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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Final Scoring [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
Final Scoring Smnott ( soph ) 18 Vogt ( soph ) 18 McMillan ( soph ) 13 Marchetti ( junior ) 12 Graham ( soph ) 12 Murphy ( soph ) 8 Prest ( senior ) 6 M . ONeill ( senior ) 6 Gates ( senior ) 6 Moore ( senior ) 6 Clark ( junior ) 6 Mattimore ( soph ) 6 Padgett ( soph ) 6 Piron ( soph ) 6 Lynch ( soph ) 6 Gallagher ( soph ) 6 Keating ( soph ) 6 OBrien ( frosh ) 6 Malone ( frosh ) 6 Stepnes ( senior ) 2 Williamson ( senior ) 2 Mack ( junior ) 2 Black ( soph ) 2 Prevost ( soph ) 2
O'Connor Named Athlete of Week [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
OConnor Named Athlete of Week Bob OConnor , varsity soccer goalie , has been named WGTBs Athlete of the Week for his fine performance in Georgetown s 2-1 victory over the University of Virginia . Virginia s potent American style offense centered most of the action near the Georgetown goal , necessitating approximately 40 saves by OConnor . The one goal scored by Virginia actually was deflected off a Georgetown player in a mad scramble in front of the goal . Georgetown s most impressive victory of the season was recorded even though many of the Hoya regulars were not present at the game . A continuation of the spirited play on the part of OConnor and teammates will make for a very interesting game against the University of Maryland this coming Saturday on . the lower field .
SAC [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
SAC ( Continued from Pagre 12 ) given by Coach Tom OKeefe and Captain Tom Coleman . All of the area s girls school will be invited . A colorful eight page program to be sold at all of the games this year is the immediate object of the councils attentions as they are in the midst of an extensive advertising campaign to finance the printing of the programs . The programs will be similar to those sold last year , and will include pictures and feature articles on Hoya coaches and players , complete rosters of both teams , and detailed scouting reports on the opposition . In order to keep everyone well informed on the ¦ week s athletic events a blackboard has been stationed in the dining hall listing the week s athletic scedule .
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 November 1960
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60- ' 61 Cage Season Opens Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
60- 61 Cage Season Opens Tomorrow Loyola Invades GU In McDonouah Bow _^^ W _^ W _^ m _w _^ _^^^^^ I 960 GEORGETOWN BASKETBALL TEAM . . . front row , left to right : Ray Ohlmuller , Tom Matan , Tom Coleman , Brian Sheehan , Tom Fitzpatrick . Back row , standing left to right : Jim Fitzgerald ( manager ) , Jay Force , Jim Carrino , John Kraljic , Paul Tagliabue , Bob Sharpenter , Vince Wolfington , Dan Slattery , Tom ODea . Tomorrow night in McDonough Gymnasium coach Tommy OKeefe will unveil his 1960-61 version of the Hoya cagers in a contest with Loyola College of Baltimore . Not too much is known of the Baltimore quint except that they were soundly beaten by Georgetown two years ago . Last year they played well below . 500 ball . The series began in 1909 but Loyla hasnt tripped GU since 1945 . The first real test for the Hoyas will come next Tuesday evening when they host a tough Duquesne team . Last year they just managed to edge the Dukes , 64-63 , on the enemy boards in a game th...
Seton Hal ! . GW [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
Seton Hal ! . GW NYU Head Rough GU Slate An . NCAA semi-finalist squad and a Post-Season Tourney veteran return this year to a Georgetown schedule that promises plenty of staunch opposition to Tommy OKeefe and his Hoya cagers . Eight of the teams that downed the Hoyas last season will be back for another shot at victory , although they will be up against a very different team . This year the schedule picks up Loyola , William and Mary , and Connecticut and in turn drops Manhattan , Niagara , LaSalle , Fairfield , and Scranton . Violets Are Tough Probably the toughest aggregation the Hoyas will have to face this year are the Violets of NYU under coach Lou Rossini . This will be the last regularly scheduled game of the year , so if things go well for Georgetown during the opening months of the campaign it could be a very big contest indeed . This is especially true since it will be played within the enormous confines of New Yorks Madison Square Garden , where many post-season tourney ...
YBO'Keefe Sees anner ear [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
YBOKeefe Sees anner ear by Michael Maker The gentleman who has inherited what is considered to be the finest aggregate of basketball players ever assembled at Georgetown is certainly no stranger around the Hilltop . A former great himself , Coach Tom OKeefe needs little introduction . In his four years of varsity basketball for the Blue and Gray , OKeefe scored almost 900 points in becoming the all time Georgetown scoring leader through that date . After his graduation in 1950 , he went on to play professional basketball for the now defunct Washington Capitols . In 1956 OKeefe became head basketball coach at Gonzaga High School which produced the City Catholic Championship team that year . OKeefe then returned to the Hilltop as freshman coach in 1957 , and in three seasons compiled a very creditable 43-16 record . Coach OKeefe believes that this ( Continued on Pajre 4 )