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Dalai Lama s Kin To Address IRC Gyalo Thondup , the elder brother of the Dalai Lama of Tibet , will address the International Relations Club of George -town University tonight at 8 : 00 in the Palmes Lounge . The official representative of his Holiness the Dalai Lama in the United States , Mr . Thondup has just presented the Tibetan case before the United Nations . As a result of his efforts , a resolution censoring Corn- [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

Dalai Lama s Kin To Address IRC Gyalo Thondup , the elder brother of the Dalai Lama of Tibet , will address the International Relations Club of Georgetown University tonight at 8 : 00 in the Palmes Lounge . The official representative of his Holiness the Dalai Lama in the United States , Mr . Thondup has just presented the Tibetan case before the United Nations . As a result of his efforts , a resolution censoring Corn- Rev . E . Paul Betowski , S . J ., moderator of Ye Domesday Booke , has announced the yearbook s editorial board for this , Georgetown s hundred and seventieth school year . Editor-in-Chief Dennis Flynn comes from Davenport , Iowa , but finished high school at John Carroll here in Washington before entering- Georgetown in 1956 . Denny is an AB English and Military Science major who is serving as President of the Association of the _*^ United States Army and vice president of the Scabbard and Blade . Among his other extracurricular activities Denny is Co-Chairman of t...

Publication Title: Hoya
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_Mcaguire Provides Food For Thought by Al Ross The fate of Maguire dining hall has been decided . It will continue to provide nourishment , but now it will be food for thought . The library plans to take over and convert it into the main reference room . It will replace the Randall Reference Room which will in time become the Reserve Book Room . [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

_Mcaguire Provides Food For Thought by Al Ross The fate of Maguire dining hall has been decided . It will continue to provide nourishment , but now it will be food for thought . The library plans to take over and convert it into the main reference room . It will replace the Randall Reference Room which will in time become the Reserve Book Room . Various improvements will be made in Maguire before the change takes place . A new floor will be put in as well as a new ceiling . The room will then be repainted to suit its new function . When finished , the new reference room will provide greater convenience and accessibility . It will also have a greater book capacity than the present reference room . Randall now holds from 6000 to 7000 books while it is estimated that the reconverted Maguire will hold from 9000 to 10 , 000 in addition to the card catalogues . Howeverthis increase in reference books will in time cut down on the seating capacity as compared with Randall . On the other han...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

Under The Tree by George Townely If the prose of today s excursion—reappearing now after a _gaj that was admirably filled by Mr . Shulman and a score or two of his copywriting colleagues—seems at all wobbly , fragmentaryor fog bound , we apologize to no one . It was written last ¦ weekend during stolen moments of Shelleyan inspiration , beginning with a scribbled sentence on a cocktail napkin Friday evening and ending with £ helpless little preposition Sunday night as we surrendered our bundle of unintelligible notes to the editors of this tabloid and wondered where their usually buoyant enthusiasm had disappeared to . Among the highlights , lowlights , and no lights of the weekend s nautically flavored festivities , we shall not soon forget the events _oi Friday evening at McDonough Gymnasium . Miss Lorraine DeBoe captured the heart of at least one male member of the audience bj the traditional method of landing on his lap , as the young lady with him turned a magnificent shade of ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

Editorial Elections Beginning with last night s nominations , the first class elections for the Class of 1963 are now underway . Becaus < these elections are so important to the members of the Fresh man Class , we would like to add our own advice to thai already given by the President of the Yard . Class elections are an end in themselves , but only _insofai as they held all the participants to meet the individual students within their class . It is essential that each of the candidates meet as many of the men he wishes to represem as possible . This obligation carries with it a further dutj for the electorate . They must be willing- to listen carefully to question seriously , and consider objectively each of the prospective officers who present themselves to them . Although it is perhaps unnecessary , we would add the following caution to our advice to the freshmen . In manj respects , these elections will be the most important of youi college career , because these men ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

Council Capers — by Nicholas J . Kilmer The last meeting of the Student Council dealt with many inter esting and important problems , few of which were either really in teresting or very important . Mr . Giard proposed that , in view of testing and subsequent Thanks giving holidays , the date for frosh class elections be changed . Then followed a brisk little debate between Messrs . Giard and Donovan a ; to the relative merits of several proposed dates for ThanksgivingNo definite date was established ; but when one is , it will be announced In spite of the assistance of Mr . Murray , Mr . Giard s treasure } and left-hand man , who happens to know that the frosh are verj worried about the coming quarterly tests ( he happens to take a frosl subject ) , the election resolution was passed as it stood . It was a bac day for Mr . Giard . The Council members were all given ballots to vote on . Th « subject was not announced , but I think the Council members know I am almost certain of this...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

r _^ ouncl-up In giving credit where credit i ; due , we would like to acknowledg < our debt to Mr . Robert Young o : the Public Relations Office for th < picture of Fr . Yates in last week ; : HOYA and for the picture of Fr Lucey in this issue . Mr . Young ha : given us several pictures durinj the year and we shudder to thint of the holes the HOYA might have had were it not for his camera . The mixer season isnt over yet . ( And we thought we were kidding : when we said that it might last till Thanksgiving : !) There will be a Halloween Hunt ( that s what they call it ) at Trinity this Friday , October 30 , from 8 to 11 : 30 p . m ., in Alumnae Hall . Undoubtedly the trick or treat season will be an occasion for mixers at other schools , but this is the only dance we were notified about . In case you are planning to gel sick in the next few weeks , you had better set your time carefully . The hours for sick call at the infirmary have been changed . The new sch...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR To the Editor : I m wondering if the casual and possibly impudent remark concerning G . W . Hegel in last week s Letters to the Editor section really speaks well for the HOYA as a forum for discussion among students , and more particularly in this case , among professors whose views are to be met with respect from students . It is obvious to all that a truly marvelous contribution was made to the school paper with the publication of Dr . Desan s letter . Nothing but good could come of such a a thing , and at the time the editors seemed to stress this by encouraging more of the same . It was all a serious business with attention to scholarship and proper philosophical interpretation . , But the quip at the end of Dr . McTighe s letter last week seemed to kill , though most likely unintentionally , the editors previous promotion of such dialogue . And if it didnt kill , it certainly could be seen to injure such efforts and endanger the presence of future contribu...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

The Magic Lantern ———————— by Dennis Duffy and Philip Quinn They Came To Cordura should by all rights be entitled They Got T Cardura And Threw It Away . Imagine : a searching exploration int the nature of cowardice and courage combined with a rousing ac venture yarn ; a cowardly major leading a gang of thuggish heroes and a balky woman across a stretch of wild desert country , sacrificin ; himself despite their open attempts to eliminate him ; a lone figur noble enough to cherish these brutes for the heroism ( which we lear : was a non-rational , in some cases brutish , action ) which they at on point exhibited . As I said , imagine all this , and then realize that the major wil indeed must , die if the action is to ring true . Then attempt to reconcil yourself to the extraordinary occurrence in the final three minute of the film . It is then that the hero arises from the gravel w assumed was his grave and leads , almost races , the lot of them _dowi the hill to home base . Flourish...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

HBliEfli REV . WILLIAM KAIFER , S . J . Mrs . Michelson Starts Fine Arts Lecture Schedule Tonight at 8 : 00 p . m . th _« Fine Arts Club initiates this year s program with the firsi of a series of three lectures entitled Innovators in Painting-. Mrs . Dorothea Michelson , formerly staff lecturer of the National Gallery of Art , will be the _? uest lecturer . Mrs . Michelson has a varied and distinguished background . She received her AB and MA and did work for her PhD at the University of London . Besides this , Mrs , Michelson has held the Carnegie Fellowship , the Dutch Government Fellowship , the Belgian-American Foundation Fellowship , and in 1957 ivas a fellow in research at the _horning Museum of Glass , Corning , New York . Currently she is teaching painting and sculpture it Georgetown Visitation and dong free lance lecturing . The lectures will feature three successive subjects : The Italian _Renaissance , American Art , and The Modern Movement . Each ecture will be illustra...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

GU Food Service Debate s Decision Referred To Adm The Food Situation A 1 Georgetown was the subj eel of a recent debate held undei the co-sponsorship of the Student Council and the Philodemic . The affirmative s main point was that the new cafeteria , with all its improvements and innovations would allow preparation of more palatable food . Fifteen specific improvements in the new cafeteria were listed . The negative took a wait and see attitude on the improvements and then contended that any compulsory food service program was objectionable . Their contention was that if the food were good it would compete favorably with the local restaurants on its own . Instead of the usual rebuttal , there was an open discussion in which the audience participated Most of the replies could be classified under two headings , the first y £ which was a list of deficiencies in the current food facilities . The second was a strong request that _iction be taken to improve the ood quality now ! The resu...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

Hoya Thinkers Hear Queens Prof . Tonight On Thursday , October 21 at 8 : 00 p . m ., the _Philosophs Club will sponsor its first lee ture of the year in Coplej Lounge . The speaker will b _« Dr . John McDermott , professor of philosophy at Queens Colleg * in New York . The title of his tall will be The Dimension of Experience in American Philosophy . Immediately following the lecture there will be refresh ments and i discussion in which the participation of the audience will be most welcome . Dr . McDermott is a graduate oi Fordham University , where he was awarded his PhD in philosophy . While studying at Fordham he specialized in American philosophy and was a student of Professor Robert Polloch . This will be the first in a series of lectures to be presented by the Philosophy Club this year . The Club , now in its second year , is moderated by Dr . Thomas McTighe , Chairman of the Philosophy Department , and is directed by the triumvirate of John Wedgeworth , 1 senior in the Honor...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

GU s Meister Engages In Heated Debate Karl Meister , a College sen ior , thrust himself anc Georgetown University int < the thick of internationa politics and notoriety a weel ago . Meister , an exchange student from Germany with an Ade nauer Scholarship , represented th ( College at the third annuaj District of Columbia s Foreign Student Daj on October 22 . The day , sponsorec by the Foreign Student Council oJ Greater Washington , included sightseeing , luncheons and discus sions for some 400 foreign students During the visits to the Corcoran Art Gallery at 10 : 30 , Meister and an American U . exchange sophomore , Alfred Freschen , also from Germany , conducted an animated discussion with Russian Gennadi G . Derevenskov , a graduate student at Princeton . The Russian opened up the ex- ; hange with a remark to Meister : Why dont you Germans ( East and West ) get together ? The bopics then ranged from the Berlin situation to the Hungarian Revoution , attracting much atten...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

Retreats , a familiar part 01 Georgetown life , are here again with the annual three-day trek t < St . Ann s Retreat House at Bris tow , Virginia , already _underwaj for sophomores . Each year all Catholic students of the College are required tc spend one weekend in retreat exercises . As in the past , upperclassmen , in groups of thirty or forty are making the trip to the retreat house , while the freshmen remain on campus . This year freshmen will be on retreat from January 23 to 25 , immediately following the midyear exams . Exams have been moved ahead a day and a half for frehmen so that they will be free to leave campus the same day as the upperclassmen . Father Kaifer , S . J ., Student Counsellor , explains that frosh retreats are held on campus not of choice but of necessity . Lack of a sufficient number of weekends in the school year makes it impossible to accommodate freshmen at the retreat house . Added to this is the financial problem the University encounters...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

Food For Thought ( Continued from Page 1 ) The yearly allotment for books faculty members and heads of the is approximately $ 62 , 500 . About various departments . $ 42 , 000 of this amount is spent on Each department is appropriated new books and periodicals . The a PortK _> n of the new book budget remainder is used for maintenance accord _™ g to its size , resources and r _<* r _<*<; relatxve importance . Information on and repair of present book stocks . newly purchased books is displayed The selection of new books is the on _the library bulletin boards on responsibility of a committee of first and second Healy .

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Medical Center Mrs . Keating Recalls Out for Blood 21 Years On Hilltop [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

Medical Center Mrs . Keating Recalls Out for Blood 21 Years On Hilltop Alumni Honor Fr . &ucey At Jan . Banquet New South Dining Hall will be the site on January 28 of a testimonial dinner sponsored by the Georgetown Alumni Association for Fr . William S . Lucey , S . J ., foi thirty years of distinguished service to the University . This occasion , whose primary purpose is to honor Fr . Lucey , also marks the first formal dinnei in the new dining hall . The main room has a seating capacity of 1500 persons . Father Lucey spent his novitiate at Croton-on-Hudson , and later received AB and MA degrees in philosophy from Loyola of Chicago . He was ordained here at Dahlgren Chapel . After teaching briefly at Loyola of Baltimore , he moved to Georgetown where he began lecturing in theology and ecology In 1929 he assumed the position of Regent of the Georgetown Law School , in which capacity he has ( Continued on Page 6 ) . In full cooperation with the Red Cross , the Universit...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959

Labor Bill Tomorrow and Saturday , October 30-31 , the Georgetown University Law Center will make a significant contribution to the recently passed Labor Bill . The University-sponsored Institute on the new Labor Bill will be held on these days at the Willard Hotel . It is open to lawyers and labor management officials . Mr . Frank J . Dugan , Dean of Georgetown s Graduate School of Law , and numerous other notables of law and labor will take an active part in the institute . The subjects to be discussed range from The Fiduciary Standards to The Responsibilities of Union- Officers under the new bill . Secondary Boycotts , _CoTistitutional Questions , Federal and State Juristion , Rights , Duties and Responsibilities will also be topics for discussion .

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 29 October 1959
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