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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
VARSITY SCHEDULE 1960-1961 Date Opponent Loyola ( Baltimore ) Duquesne U . American U . Maryland U . St . Peter s U . Place Home Home Away Home Away Last Year DNP 64-63 60-65 66-51 95-80 90-1 Ofi Dec Dev Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan Jan . Jan . Jan , Jan , Peb 3 6 10 14 17 18 28 29 30 N . Y . A . C . Gulf South Classic Gulf South Classic Gulf South Classic George Washington Maryland U . Lafayette College . Mount St . Mary s - Fordham U . Muhlenberg William and Mary George Washington Boston College Naval Academy Seton Hall U . Rhode Island U . _ . Connecticut New York U . Away Shreveport , La . Shreveport , La . Shreveport , La . 7 Away Away Away Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Home Away Home 86-82 48-59 69-60 81-73 82-72 93-71 DNP 67-73 77-93 68-79 77-80 95-97 DNP 48-70 14 18 21 28 4 Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Mar Madison Sq . Gar
Hoya Depth And Scoring Punch Carry Season Hopes [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
Hoya Depth And Scoring Punch Carry Season Hopes TAGLIABUE by Mark Pisano The long hard pre-season training has come to an end . The Hoya hoopmen are ready to take the _stag-e for the 196061 season . The team could be the best in Georgetown s history . It boasts talent ; experience ; and a new coach , Mr . Thomas OKeefe . Coach OKeefe , who holds records for his play on the Hilltop team in 1950 , was promoted to head coach this summer . He had previously served as frosh coach . In three years his teams compiled a remarkable 43-16 record . Although this is his first year as varsity mentor , OKeefe knows the system used here and has also coached each player before . This year s squad has many factors in its favor . Thirteen men of the seventeen man team have had previous varsity experience . Only one starter , Ed Hargaden , was lost from last year s team . This experience is invaluable in the formation of a well-knit team . Top Scorer The team also has a candidate for the all time scor...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
SPORTS ECHTOR Tomorrow night the lid will be lifted on the 1960-61 basketball season here at GU . As always the pre-season hopes and anxieties are at their peak , a very common occurrence in the unpredictable game of basketball . Many local observers seem to think that this will be a big year for the Hoyas and there are , actually , several facts to support this claim . The Hoyas possess now the finest material that they have had in several years and the morale of the team is at an all-time high . This squad is a faster , stronger , taller and more cohesive unit than it was last year although its roster is basically the same . The good bench strength is still there and coach Tommy OKeefe is presently building his attack around these strong points . As Mr . OKeefe puts the finishing touches on the 1960 Hoyas he can count on one big asset that the squad has picked up this season . This is that all-important experience as a unit . Every front line player has at least one full year of v...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
Sports Editor BILL DAILEY Copy Editor JAMES E . SCANLON Moderator MR . JOHN R . DONAHUE , S . J . Sports Staff : Dave Bickers , Jim Brincefield , George Budd , Marshall Fitz , Al Hibbert , Joe Lee , Mike Maher , Steve McDonald , Mark Pisano , Dan Slattery , Ed Weathersbee . Published by the students of Georgetown College every Thursday during the college year except for vacation and examination periods . First class Postage paid at Washington , D . C Subscription rate , $ 6 . SO year year . Vol . XLII , No . 10 Friday , December 2 , 1960
55 Years Of Net Tradition Frosh Coach Looks Behind This Year ' s Hoyas For Winning Year [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
55 Years Of Net Tradition Frosh Coach Looks Behind This Year s Hoyas For Winning Year by John Hayes On February 9 , 1907 Georgetown University played its first intercollegiate basketball game . The College Journal reported that there was a battle royal between the two giant centers Downey of Georgetown and Ackinson of Virginia . Downey scored eight points to lead Georgetown to a 22-11 victory . With this brief analysis began the history of basketball at Georgetown which is now entering its fifty-fifth year . In those fifty-five years the team has achieved varying degrees of success and failure . Potentially excellent teams have not always performed as expected and weak teams have fashioned exciting upsets . Almost every year brought changes in the game . There were new rules , taller players , higher scores , larger gymnasiums . Basketball has progressed to a point where few oldtimers would recognize it . Certainly few would believe that it has become Georgetown s chief sport after ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
BLUE . OLIVE or GRAY The natural preference for Oxford is further enhanced by the distinctive stripings offered in our authentic button-down shirt . They lend a refreshing note to this favorite classic . The precisely flared collar assures you of a neat look . ••
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
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FIFTY FIVE YEAR TRADITION [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
FIFTY FIVE YEAR TRADITION ( Continued from Page 3 ) to Yale . Captain Fees graduated that June but all the other players returned in 1921 to achieve a 10-2 record . The team continued its winning ways until they had all graduated . The next few years were not outstanding except for the 1928 team which led by John Nork compiled a 12-1 record including the first victory over Navy in fifteen years . The next ten years were marked by the outstanding play of Hall of Famers Don Dutton , Fred Mesmer , Ben Zola , and All American honorable mention Ed Hargaden , and the coaching of Elmer Ripley and Fred Mesmer . One of the greatest upsets of the era was fashioned by the 1936 team . N . Y . U . had lost only one game in its last forty-six when the Hoyas defeated them 36-34 in a typically close contest between the two schools . Near Champs In 1943 the Georgetown team came within one game of winning the national championship . The team was built around Billy Hassett , Dan Manhken , Danny Kraus ...
NYU , SETON HALL HEAD SLATE [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
NYU , SETON HALL HEAD SLATE ( Continued from Page 1 ) starters Dave Tremaine ( 10 . 2 ) and Allen Hughes ( 8 . 5 ) fail to carry the team . Pirate Combination At Seton Hall Richie Regan , who played on the Pirates 1953 NIT champion team , takes over the helm after the great Honey Russell s 19 year stint . Seton Hall faces a tough slate but seems to have the material to handle it , surely enough to surpass their 16-7 1959-60 record . 6 4 Art Hicks ( 17 . 1 ) and 6 5 Hank Gunter ( 14 . 5 ) form one of the best combinations in the East and should again give the Hoyas plenty of trouble . William and Mary snapped West Virginia s 56 game conference winning streak by checking All-Amer-ica Jerry West and company , although they themselves could only muster a 15-11 record . The Indians , under coach Bill Chambers , will continue to enjoy the services of All-America nominee Jeff Cohen ( 24 . 2 ) and 6 _ 5 senior Bev Vaughn ( 17 . 1 ) . Boston College will be very strong this year and should d...
Reese Unveils Frosh Attack [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
Reese Unveils Frosh Attack by Marshall Fitz An impressive array of talented Georgetown basketball players will make their debut for for a partisan crowd of Hoya rooters this Saturday evening at _McDonougii Gymnasium against a strong Naval Reserve Center Five . With practice being held since October 15 , the coaching staff has selected these five men to start the game : Brian Egan , a six-foot five center with Chuck Devlin , 6 4 , and Bud ODonnell , 6 3 , at the forward posts and Joe Mazlin and Jim Christy at the guards , both boys stretching the tape to 5 11 and 6 2 respectively . Other frosh likely to see considerable action are : Dave Stapleton , 6 3 , John Brogan , 6 2 , and Bill Hodgeman , 6 1 . Making his debut before the home folks as freshman coach of the Hilltoppers will be Mr . Robert Reese , former basketball star of St . John s Academy of Washington , D . C . Mr . Reese later went on to become captain and most valuable player of the Fordham dribblers . He played forward a...
KEEFE [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 2 December 1960
KEEFE ( Continued from Page 1 ) year s team can be one of the best in the history of Georgetown . Tom has many reasons for this optimistic outlook . The first is the fact that the players are in fine physical condition and thus will be able to adapt themselves more easily to their coach s fast-breaking style of offense . Another reason for his confidence is the team s attitude . _OKeefe says that Tom Coleman , captain elect , has instilled great spiric among the men on the team . Two Weaknesses At this moment , Coach O Keefe cites two weaknesses of his team . First of all , in the pre-season scrimmages , Tom says that the defense has been a glaring weakness . Secondly , the coach faces the problem of finding a working combination , and once found , it will take time for this working combination to mold together so as to be able to function smoothly as a unit .