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Juniors Top Sophs , 22-6 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Juniors Top Sophs , 22-6 by Bill Dailey The power packed junior football team got off on the right foot in quest of their second straight intramural title with a 22-6 victory over the sophs last Friday at Kehoe Field . The junior juggernaut under the able field generalship of Tom Dwyer proved too much for the sophomore squad , who just couldnt muster a scoring punch when it was most needed . At the outset the juniors displayed the mastery which carried them to the championship last season . They moved 70 yards downfield in six plays climaxed by a 21 yard touchdown toss from Dwyer to end Bill Moore . Bill Prest scampered into the end zone for the extra points and the juniors led 8-0 . Dwyer Tallies The juniors intercepted a pass on the sophs second play from scrimmage and marched 40 yards down to the goal line as Bat Seymour and Prest continually hammered through the soph forward wall . Dwyer carried it over from the one and Prest added another two markers , making the score 16-0 . T...
Harriers Trounce Richmond . 15-50 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Harriers Trounce Richmond . 15-50 St . Joes Here Sat A broad smile lit Coach Hap Hardell s face as he watched his charges perform against the University of Richmond last Saturday . The cross-coun-try team was opening its season at Richmond and as the runners came into sight over the last hill the fact became obvious that it was Georgetown all the way . Ten men had toed the mark for the Hoyas and all ten finished before Richmond could get a man home . The undermanned Spiders put up a game fight but they were no match for the Hoyas . Two V s Led by Bob Vinton and George Verdisco , the harriers gave Hap Hardell one of his greatest cross country days ever in compiling the 15-50 sweep . Vinton and Verdisco shared first place in the good time of 20 : 42 over the hilly 4 . 2 mile course . The fact that a large percentage of the course was asphalt and thus prevented the wearing of spikes makes the time that much better . Joe Lee was third , a minute and ten seconds behind the winning pair ,...
Frosh Hoopster Ed Lopata Brings Versatility to Hilltop [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Frosh Hoopster Ed Lopata Brings Versatility to Hilltop Ed Lopata , a six foot , five inch center from Vandergrift High School in Vandergrift , Pennsylvania , gives height to the freshman basketball team this year . Captain of the Vandergrift hoopsters in his senior year , Ed averaged 18 points a game and led • his team in rebounds . Ed was voted to positions on the all-Kiski Valley and the all-county squads . As proof that he likes all sports , Ed also plays baseball ( right field ) and football ( end ) . As a gridder , Lopata made the all-county team for two years . Very active on his high school student council , he was voted president of his class in his junior year . Music ranks high on his list of outside interests . Here at the hilltop Ed attends the School of Business Administration and grad school is in order after graduation . ED LOPATA . . . frosh scholar ship eager .
Athlete of Week A Tie—Two V ' s [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Athlete of Week A Tie—Two V s The Victory twins , Boh Vinton and George Verdisco , shared the athlete of the week honors for their first place tie in the cross country meet last weekend against Richmond . The pair of harriers got the nod over Bill Prest and John McMillan , each of whom were outstanding in intramural action over the weekend .
CREW [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
CREW ( Continued from Page 7 ) There are forty-four new members in the club including thirtyfive freshmen . The prospects for the frosh are good since several of the yearlings have had high school experience . The spring schedule , as of yet , is indefinite . However , weather permitting , Georgetown will row against Navy and the Potomac Boat Club in a practice meet in November .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
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Soph [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Soph Frosh-Sen . ( Continued from Page 7 ) iors , the frosh were on the scoreboard for their first time at Georgetown as Piron scored . On the PAT effort , the freshmen were offside , which nullified their two points A pass from the eight fell incomplete . The seniors couldnt click on offense . Chick Leasure , in at quarterback , was rushed by three frosh linemen and hurried a pass that was picked off at the senior 30 by Frank Broffey . The freshmen were penalized and pushed back by the senior defense and punted to Walt Smith , who returned five bard earned yards to the 29 . As the third period ended , Smith , on fourth down , grounded out two big yards to keep the senior hopes alive , but the attack bogged down . Voyt Scores After a senior punt , the frosh went 64 yards in eight plays sticking mostly on the ground . Piron went three yards for his second score and missed his attempted place kick for the additional point . The frosh struck a minute later after a DiMare pass was inter...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
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Art Exhibit in Copley Lounge [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 22 October 1959
Art Exhibit in Copley Lounge m by Tom Martin Last Thursday evening there was a preview of an art exhibition by Joe Mugnaini held in Copley Lounge . The exhibition ran from October 15 to October 22 . The opening address at the preview was given by Dr . Wen-Yen Tsao , the Cultural Counselor of the Chinese Embassy . In his address Dr . Tsao noted that the characteristic quality that marks Chinese art is its interior rhythmic vitality . Dr . Tsao suggested that Mr .- Mugnaini s art could be understood in terms of this quality , as Mr . _Mugnaini readily acknowledges the influence of both the technique and the philosophy of the Chinese artist on his work . After Dr . Tsao s address Mr . Mugnaini gave a short speech . When a publisher wants to fright ¬ en people he asks me to illustrate his book , said Mr . Mugnaini wryly , commenting on the occasional macabre nature of his work . He continued in a more serious vein : It has been said that I am somber , that I use whites and darks a lot ....
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_^ ol XLINo . 6 GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITYWASHINGTON ! D . C . Thursday , October 29 , 1959 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959
_^ ol XLINo . 6 GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITYWASHINGTON ! D . C . Thursday , October 29 , 1959 Rec Committee Widens Scope To Aid Grads y :- - _M&amp;L _^&gt; _^ U- _^ _W f fMs _^ . _% _0 f , ? 7 , - • j :: - _$ &amp; j / - - ji _^ _wV * 1 i JiB _^^ _, / Jl _* - i .. M - k DR . WILLIAM T . TAYLOR . The Committee on Recommendations for Pre-Medical Pre-Dental and Science Students has increased its size and scope . Dr . William T . Taylor , PhD , Professor of Biology and Chairman of the Committee outlined the new policy this week to the HOYA . He indicated the increased benefits for Graduate school candidates , and revealed the new Committee members . Ir additionDr . Taylor re-emphasized the usefulness of the Committee and expressed confidence that the past eight years of its existence have aided many graduate school hopefuls . The policy itself , as stated by Dr . Taylor , is to expedite a man s candidacy to professional or graduate school . This policy is marked by a n...