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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Meinhard Majors In Philosophy _, ( Continued from Page 1 ) tested with a giveaway smile , we learned that one cant make generalizations about any group . But my first favorable impression of Georgetown hasnt changed . However , he does seem a bit bewildered at having to go to class and take exams , for in Germany a philosophy student has no specific requirements and takes only one exam : at the completion of his four years of study . Moving away from the academic sphere , Meinhard is a budding concert violinist who recently began his musical career with a concert at Weimar . After completing his two year study at Georgetown he plans a return to Frankfurt for more studies and an eventual entry into the German government Not really politics , rather in the area of cultural work , music in particular .
Fr ; Yates Delivers 3 rd Lecture Music , Murals , Potomac In Pitt Bicentennial Symposium Promised For Cafeteria 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Fr ; Yates Delivers 3 rd Lecture Music , Murals , Potomac In Pitt Bicentennial Symposium Promised For Cafeteria 1 Father Gerard F . Yates , S . J ., of the Government Department of _Georg-etown and former moderator of the HOYA , delivered an address as part of The American Political Idea symposium yesterday evening , October 21 , in Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania . Mount Mercy College sponsored the symposium as part of Pittsburgh s bicentennial celebration Father Yates was the third lecturer to speak on The American Political Idea , speakers for the two previous weeks being Mortimer Adler and Crane Brinton . Father Yates topic was Reinvigorating the American Political Idea . Bather than carry selfcriticism of the American political system too far , he chose to plead for a greater confidence in ourselves and our political faith , and to suggest ways in which it can perhaps be strengthened . A distinguished educator , Father Yates served as Dean of the Graduate School at Georgetown from . ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
ROBIN THE HOOD turf Hood ? The King What are you doing snarled , nicking ashes my off ma blue stripe pin CL 33 was you who put the heist on Moll He pulled his slouch hat low over one unless it Marian ? cold eye . The King I aint seen the dame licked his fat lips honest , he laughed nervously Look why dont and drink can of Schaef er you and your boys relax a with me ? They say it s never sharp , never flat . Fire Truck grabbed an front of The King and smooth round taste sot a Schaef er from in empty can one hand crumpled with want I should lean on him little Boss ? You a Not yet , Robin the Hood said , speaking out corner of his mouth . He put his hunting horn of the to his in the s * . lips and blew the notes best of circles ? From of What d somewhere hear ya in the around castle &gt;&gt; a girls voice answered I get heem now , eh , Schaefer all The Boss ? Little Juan hissed King made a lightning move for his shoulder cross bow , the draw . Suppose you bring Moll Mar...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
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Arts and Kellers _SuperWurLl _^ lf £ L 4 / [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Arts and Kellers _SuperWurLl _^ lf £ L 4 / by Tow , Martin The Newport Jazz Festival is America s answer to the Romar Bacchanalia . As I live only about ten crow-miles from Newport , J had the opportunity of attending one night session this past summer I was filled in on the other three nights by reports from my friends who went and by the newspaper accounts . The existence of the annual Newport Jazz Festival needs little introduction . It has now completed its sixth year under the presidency of Louis Lorillard and the production of George Wein , whc owns a Boston night club . Occurring over the Fourth of July weekend , it has extended its original length of three days to four days . There are morning lectures , afternoon experimental sessions , and nocturnal spectaculars . But if the existence of the Festival is widely known , little is known concerning its nature . Six years ago it began as a non-profit organization for the continuation and presentation of all kinds of jazz to all...
Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Council Capers by Nicholas J . Kilmer Because of the exhibition of brilliant , dynamic young lithographs that were sitting around in Copley lounge last week , the Council meeting was held in Gaston Hall . This occasioned much giggling and joking among the members , and a playful air surrounded the whole evening . WGTB came around at the beginning of the show with all its little wires and microphones and things . The microphone-bearei hopped from speaker to speaker turning buttons and pushing things until everyone was in a state of nervous ruin . The Council was chugging along at fever pitch , while the microphone man thrashed aboul like a mad fish on a leash until somebody came and reported that evidently something was not right at the receiving end in WGTB . Maybe someone had pulled out the plug . The radio man gave up and left , a loud sigh of relief fanning his neck and the backs of his ears . Mr . Giard , wearing the look of a cheap , bewildered tombstone , gave a wistful little...
ARTS and LETTERS [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
ARTS and LETTERS ( Continued from Page ) combined with a few quarts of beer assures one of having a great time , or it serves as a kind of emotional laxative in order that one can bear the monotony and routine of the coming week . In more exact terms , jazz as an art form is subjugated to the level of entertainment where it has a use-value . The Communists also subjugate art for their own purposes—the good of the Party—but at least they are much more methodic and efficient about it . If the premise that jazz serves as a use-value at the Festival is accepted by the promoters , then a wide variety of jazz must be offered intermixed to satisfy the varied needs of the audience . Hence , the programming of the Festival has the same fault of our political parties —they are both amoeba-like . Because they both appeal to such wide and diverse audiences , they feel they have to include a little bit of everything in order to satisfy everybody a little bit . In short , the musical quality is t...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Letters ( Continued from Page 2 ) non-contradiction is a failure to see that Hegel s rejection of a crude theory of the opposition of being and non-being does not mean his denial of intelligibility . But then a defense of Hegel against these critics need not require us to accept his own dialectical and relational account of being . As the Irishman said about whiskey—there s whiskey and more whiskey , so there are ways and more ways of lining up being and non-being to establish the principle of non-contradiction . Perhaps , too , things and events may manifest a certain isolatedness and yet also escape contradiction . But just how this can be ; accomplished is another story . THOMAS P . McTIGHE Department of Philosophy To The Editor : If you ask me , they are both crazy ! Regards , G . W . F . HEGEL To the Editor : Your recent article and editorial concerning the proposed changes in the structure of the Student Council invite commentary in the form of letters to the Editor . I , for ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Fr . Gorgon ( Continued from Page 1 ) time , he also organized the Washington Eetreat House for Men . Father Gargan had his first experience with College administration when , after a brief stay in Philadelphia in 1955 , he was assigned as Father Minister and Treasurer to Wheeling College , in Wheeling , West Virginia . Organized in 1956 , Wheeling College is one of the many new Catholic Colleges springing up all over the country . He left Wheeling in 1958 to be Pastor of the Sacred Heart Parish in La Plata , Maryland ; and in August , was appointed Superior of the Community here at George ¬ town . Any school , according to Father Gargan , is judged by its students , A bad student fosters a bad impression of his school in his neighbors . It is necessary , therefore , to nuture a loyalty to the school on the part of the student . This is perhaps a little harder for nonresidents here at the University , for , being so close to their old high school , old loyalties tend to crowd out Ge...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
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Booters Top AU , 1-0 ; Loyola Here Sat . Hoya Polo Team Faces Yale On Sunday ¦ 11111111 i _LJLiJLlHllJltMiaiBlLMlJWiBi llJJLlJLII _l _tJ ! 11 _ILlJKlPlllUiWlllLllllll'lllULWl _JJILJLIlJIItBWUJ ' LJIt ¦ "JI' _fHHWOLJ JilL LIU ! Ill II _IEU Mil Hill ! [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Booters Top AU , 1-0 ; Loyola Here Sat . Hoya Polo Team Faces Yale On Sunday ¦ 11111111 i _LJLiJLlHllJltMiaiBlLMlJWiBi llJJLlJLII _l _tJ ! 11 _ILlJKlPlllUiWlllLlllllllllULWl _JJILJLIlJIItBWUJ LJIt ¦ JI _fHHWOLJ JilL LIU ! Ill II _IEU Mil Hill ! WITH BILL GILDEA Sports Editor Tom OKeefe is back at Georgetown for his third seasor as freshman coach . The likeable and energetic hardwood mentor , who scored 898 points himself during his collegiate career here , has compiled an enviable record with his yearlings over the past two years . OKeefe-coached squads , demonstrating speed and alertness , failed only on five occasions in thirty-eight attempts at victory Practice is only a week old and it is far too early to tell if the 59- 6 O frosh addition will be of equal caliber with OKeefe s finished products , but one thing is for sure , well see more of the running , hustle-type teams that Tommy has molded in the past . * * * Polo Club President , Jerry Shields , in an effort to increase th...
Tom Nolan ,, Fr . Hoggson Hope for Winning Season [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Tom Nolan ,, Fr . Hoggson Hope for Winning Season by Norman Smith A meeting of the varsity basketball team was held last Friday prior to the start of this season s practice sessions . Father Robert Hoggson , S . J ., the new athletic moderator , opened the meeting with a prayer and then spoke to the team expressing his hope for a successful season . He said , however , that the games must be won in a way that will bring credit to Georgetown . Fr . Hoggson stated the idea that the victories must be team victories and that the squad is more important than the individual player . Morale , he said , has to be a mutual affair between the team and the student body , with the team contributing to the students morale while the students boost the team s morale . Coach Tom Nolan outlined the procedure for the coming season . All fifteen players on the squad , he felt , would be fighting for starting positions on the team . A nucleus from the 58- _ 59 varsity plus a talented group from last ye...
Game Forfeited to GU As AU Protests [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Game Forfeited to GU As AU Protests Greyhounds Saturday by Marshall Fitz The Georgetown University soccer team defeated American University last Saturday , 2-1 , in a game marked by the superb work of goalie Washington Monge and finally a forfeit called by the referee against AU after several disputes . The forfeit nullified the score and made Georgetown the victor , 1-0 . GU dominated play in the first quarter -but was unable to score until time had run out in the quarter . AU committed a penal- stormed the goal and after several ty in the final seconds and Bill short attempts , John Van Houten Atalay made good his shot . The scored . opposition didnt like the call and Referee Threatened let the referee know it . There was A _j _^ ,. . _± _~ . no scoring in the second period as + v As the * eams lmed up *? fim _* h the Hoyas kept the pressure on . the mat _£ h &gt; _** referee called the Makarov _Scar _^ game - He gave the victorv to att _t , _Z _^ S ? ° r _tt Georgetown on...
Frosh Top Seniors , 20-0 ; Piron Scores Two TD's [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Frosh Top Seniors , 20-0 ; Piron Scores Two TDs by Bill Gildea Halfback Mike Piron crashed over his own right tackle to score from four yards out after five minutes , twenty seconds of the third period to give the freshmen a lead they never relinquished against the seniors last Saturday morning on Kehoe Field . The final score was 20-0 as the seniors went down to their first defeat of the young season . They have won one . The frosh are 1-0 . Piron added another score midway in the fourth stanza on an identical play . Both attempts for bhe points after touchdown failed . After playing all but 40 seconds of the first period in freshman territory , the seniors were pushed back into their own ground for the entire second quarter . Joe DiMare part-time upperclass field general punted to the senior 48 . Frosh Stopped Tom Graham and Paul Ciatti ate up 20 yards on a pair of carries and quarterback John McMillan added eight more on a keeper . Two plays later , Piron got a first down at the ...
GU Riders Crush Penn [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
GU Riders Crush Penn by Bob Pruner Scoring in every chuckei but the fifth , the Georgetown Polo Club bounced back intc the victory column with a 123 run-away victory over the University of Pennsylvania last Saturday at the Woodlawn Plantations . An enthusiastic crowd of Hoyas cheered ias Georgetown displayed a perfectly balanced attack with four players scoring three goals each . Hoyas Take Lead In the first chucker , Mike RaoulDuval , the offensive standout against Cornell the week before , scored two goals along with single counters by Rick Otto and Jerry Shields . Robert York s goal for Penn kept the losers temporarily in the game as they trailed 4-1 at the seven minute mark . The second and third stanzas were dominated completely by Georgetown as they took charge and turned the match into a romp . Duval scored his third ; Otto scored bwo more ; while Shields and OarLos Rizo-Patron added one each . This outbreak iced the game and gave the Hoyas a 9-1 lead . Yale Here Sunday The o...