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IM RALLY [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
IM RALLY Football seasons are traditionally heralded by rallies , and the Georgetown intramural season is no exception . A motorcade of ¦ five cars and one truck ( cargo-22 - cheerleaders ) opened , the evening rally last Friday . The master of ceremonies , Tom Murray , introduced the first speaker , Father Robert Hoggson , S . J . The new athletic . moderator traced the history of the intramural football program . . _ Father Frederick Brew , S . J ., moderator of minor and intramural sports , spoke next , and expressed the hope for a more spirited program than in previous years . Athlete Of Week ( Continued from Page 7 ) Other outstanding athletic performances during the week were that of George Donnely , who scored two goals as the Hoyas bowed to Randolph-Macon in soccer , 4-2 , and that of Mike Gentlesk , who scored most of his Saturday morning in the sophomore backfield while leading the class of 60 to their second football victory in four years .
Polo [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
Polo ( Continued from Page ) executed backward shot . ¦ Hoya Rally Baldwin then , , upped . the score to 6-3 before Georgetown caught fire in the . closing minutes . Captain Jerry Shields scored on &lt; a penalty shot ¦ and Raoul-Duval countered with his fourth-goal of the game to cut the Cornell lead to 6-5 with less than a minute to play . The Hoyas were fighting to gain control of the ball as Baldwin made a fruitless score just seconds after the final bell which went unheeded . Raoul-Duval , who led the Georgetown scoring parade , was injured early in the fourth chucker and was forced to retire from the game . He returned , however , in the final frame to help the Hoyas in their last minute flurry .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 15 October 1959
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n 3 _li& _^ _iii _ii « _M _«]« _MiMi _«^^ [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
n 3 _li&amp; _^ _iii _ii « _M _«]« _MiMi _«^^ Miegel Gomes To CSU Campus _Fs-oimGermanif 1 • n ¦ &lt; b Jl BEYOND , MY SON , LIES THE POTOMAC . . . With these inspiring words , Construction Superintendent Ed Grondine ejects undesirable . Photo by Cunningham A pleasing new dining atmosphere , more efficient service , and even improved food quality are promised by Joseph Caf Music G rants Circus with Bread Zastrow , the manager of the new Georgetown cafeteria . The decor of the dining hall includes pastel painted walls , possibly accented by a large mural , and another wall of glass which affords a view of the Potomac . These features combined with music to dine by and an acoustic-tile covered ceiling should produce agreeable surroundings . The Purchasing Department has announced the securing of two large , revolving ovens to be in- stalled in the kitchen unit and in the baking department . Each of these will have a twenty-two pan capacity as opposed to the one ten pan...
Hoya Fall Frolics Set Sail Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Hoya Fall Frolics Set Sail Saturday Georgetown s 59- 6 O social season makes its debut tomorrow night at the Club Hoya , replete with doorman , waiters and cigarette girls . Coming out will be an expected 400 couples , dancing to the lilting music of Bill Fabrizio and his thirteen their debs will be treated , DC Club Gains New Mentor , Father Gargan piece band . Hoya men and for the price of a $ 10 . 50 ticket , to a floor show extravaganza featuring the comics Phil Ford and Mimi Hines and dancer Lorraine DuBoe in this first of the Fall Festival Weekend events . Club Hoya , otherwise known as McDonough Gymnasium , will play host to the couples from 9 to 1 o clock with dark suits and cocktail • dresses or evening gowns in vogue . ] Double favors for both ladies and ! gentlemen plus the above men- | tioned services ( e . g ., waiter at every ¦ table ) will add a novel touch to j this opener of the weekend . Re- | freshments will be available at a bar service . Saturday afternoon the G...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
_iS _^ _fce&amp;SSjjJe * Vol . XM , No . 5 GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY , WASHINGTON , D . C . Thursday , October 22 , 1959 New AB Degree Change Explained By Fr . Sellinger by Ed Leonard The Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences , the Reverend Joseph A . Sellinger , S . J ., recently released to the HOYA the following announcement regarding the establishment of an AB nonclassical degree . During- the past year the Reverend Brian A . McGrath , S . J ., Academic Vice President and Dean of Faculties , submitted to the Reverend Father Provincial of the Maryland Province certain degree programs for approval for the AB non-ciassical degree . The former Bachelor of Science in Social Science was approved provided that the undergraduate major was not to be vocational one , e . g ., medical technology , education , engineering , or ROTC . With this approval , beginning with this years graduating class , all students majoring in economics , English , government , history , and philosophy w...
COMING ! [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
COMING ! Each semester , every student pays a $ 25 Activity Fee . How this is spent , and by • whom , are questions which have occurred to many students . A feature by Paul Janensch and Joe Sichler will answer these questions two weeks from today . In no sense an expose , the article will concern itself with the statements of activity heads concerning 1 ) amount of budget , and 2 ) where it goes .
Lodging For A Night [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Lodging For A Night Due to the rising costs of maintenance we are faced with the necessity of charging , our ( your ) overnight guests who sleep in the dormitory . This brief note appeared , together with a little white card apparently intended for the guest , on the Copley SPO bulletin board last week . It has occasioned much comment from the student body . The little white card itself reads : Welcome to Georgetown . May your stay in the Nation s Capital be most pleasant . Our new dormitories have been erected with money borrowed from the Housing and Home Finance Agency . Donations to help maintain these would be appreciated . The maintenance cost per night is $ 3 . 00 . Several doubts concerning this new policy occur to us . For one thing , we pay about $ 2 . 00 per day for our rooms . This means that there is an additional donation of $ 1 . 00 per day for the guest . This extra charge seems unfair to us , especially when we consider that the student whose vacant room is being use...
For Freshmen Only [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
For Freshmen Only Realize your potential to the fullest ! is advice often given to individuals and groups alike . However , it is seldom an easy task to determine the best means to this end , especially when confronted with the many courses open to a first-year class . One thing is certain : the class of 63 has the potential to develop into one of the best in Georgetown s history . Not only is it the largest ever , but its overall performance in the College Boards is also the highest on record . Mere numbers and a high IQ do not necessarily build spirit ; yet no one can doubt that a great class spirit was achieved by the class of 63 during Hazing- Week . 63 not only took everything the sophs had to offer in their stride , but they came up with a few surprises of their own . And then , last Saturday morning , they proved that they could give as well as take it—winning- their first football game by an impressive score , their stands full . The wholehearted support which a class gives ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
f _^ ound-up Good news ! The Library has announced extensions in its hours of operation . From now on , the Reserve Book Room will be open until 10 : 00 p . m ., Monday through Friday , instead of 8 : 30 p . m . The Randall Reading Room will also be open until 9 : 00 p . m . on Sunday , instead of 6 : 00 p . m . We would like to pass on the thanks of the student body for these long needed changes . Each week the HOYA Office is deluged with free ads , news releases , bulletins and circulars from a variety of sources . Now and then throughout the school year we will bring : you a sampling of some of the more interesting- or worthwhile items . Herewith , the first . Do you know your blood-type ? The local chapter of the Red Cross will type your blood and give you a wallet-size card with this vital information on it , as part of a special campaign . The typing will be done on each Monday during the month of November , from 1 to 8 : 45 p . m ., at the Center , 2025 E Street . N . W . Mus...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Vol . XLI , No . 5 Thursday , October 22 , 1959 To the Editor : May I take exceptions to some statements made by my distinguished colleague , Professor Desan , in his recent letter to the HOYA ? My remarks are not at all opposed to the main lines of his defense of Hegel . Professor Desan makes it quite clear that Hegel does not deny the principle of non-con-tradiction . However , in the course of his letter he makes one or two remarks which call , I think , for some qualification . He notes , for instance , that the principle of contradiction is . . . banal , unless one understand things as being relations , essentially and fundamentally relations . It is not clear in the passage cited whether this statement is to be taken as summarizing Hegel s position or as simply an obvious statement agreed upon by all . In any case there are many of us who would disagree and who would claim that one can establish non-contradiction without recourse to a totally relational t...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Editor-in-Chief . RICHARD C . KULLEN , JR . Managing Editor DENNIS DUFFY Business Manager ANTHONY DeLUCIA News Editor MICHAEL J . LEAHY Sports Editor . . WILLIAM J . GILDEA Feature Editor ROBERT W . LYONS Copy Editor THOMAS A . KOVATS Advertising Manager ROBERT DiMAIO Photography Editor BILL FARRELL Make-up Editor JOHN M . SNYDER Circulation Editor RALPH MAZZUCA Executive Secretary JAMES J . CADDEN Headline Editor KARL WESTERN Rewrite Editor GREG SACHS Moderator EDWARD I . BURNS , S . J . Published by the students of Georgetown University every Thursday during the college year except for vacation and examination periods . First class postage paid at Washington , D . C . Subscription rate , $ 6 . 50 per year .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
ultimate for comfortable , correct evening single-breasted , shawl lapel tuxedo , tailon exact specifications . Jet black in fine tropical weig worsted for year-through wear . Collar and lapels facing . Sizes 35 to 46 Regular , 37 to 46 Long In the Best Tradition of The Finer University Shops 36 th g wear ¦ ed to our it all-wool have satin 7-4 Five score and seven years ago the Mask and Bauble was born . Along came George Bernard Shaw four years later and now they re getting together again , this time with Shaw s sophisticated comedy , Cap tain Brassbound s Conversion , tc be presented at Trinity Theater or November 20 and 21 . As you know Captain Brassbound ( Frank OBrien ) got involved in leading- an impetuously naive English gentlewoman ( Sarah Fawcett ) into the interior of untamed Morocco . All sorts of complications develop with , of course , the Captain getting a bit soft-headed over Lady Cicely in the meantime . Frank ( Brassbound ) OBrien , an AB transfer junior from Fordha...