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Advocate Board Activities Remain Necessarily Veiled [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

Advocate Board Activities Remain Necessarily Veiled Student participation in the disciplinary decisions affecting the college is not totally lacking- at Georgetown , as many believe . Representative student opinion and counsel can be brought to bear on individual cases of infringement upon the _disciplinary rules as they arise . Unfortunately , knowledge of the Student Advocate Board and its function is not widespread , especially among the underclasses . Now in its second year of operation , the Student Advocate Board serves a twofold function . It provides the student body with an official voice -with which to present the circumstances of a disciplinary infraction to the administration in such a way so as to promote the necessary understanding and consideration of the individual student s case . Secondly , the Board assumes greater responsibility for the orderly conduct of student affairs by deciding within itself certain disciplinary cases brought to its attention by the administ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

Gregorian Chant Makes Debut In Dahlgren Chapel Beginning this Sunday , No vember 8 , at the 9 : 45 a . m . Mass in Dahlgren Chapel . Georgetown students will get a chance to both hear and sing Gregorian chant . Mr . Robert Judge , S . J . has organized a group to sing the Mass and to stimulate the congregation to participate in its singing . He has formed a core of 25 students , all freshmen , who are to sing the Mass each Sunday . However , the purpose of this group , according to Mr . Judge , is not to have just another singing group on campus , but to familiarize the rest of the student body with Gregorian chant , which will enable them to sing along with his group at the 9 : 45 a . m . Mass . This is being done in accordance with the current movement in the Church to foster the Liturgical spirit and bring about a Liturgical revival . Rehearsals are held about once a week in Dahlgren Chapel . Although the group at present is made up only of freshmen , Mr . Judge wants representat...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Fur Flies As Hoya Heroes Save Squirrel [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

Fur Flies As Hoya Heroes Save Squirrel by Mark Baldwin Curiosity doesnt kill squirrels Somewhere around 9 : 00- a . m . last Friday an impetuous little rodent tumbled into the half filled pond in front of White-Gravnor , thrashed around for a while , and sank . But nothing could daunt alert campus guard Henry Lemon , and he fished out the limp little fellow . The good private applied artificial respiration for fifteen minutes before soph Steve Hill and frosh Jim Brincefield happened by . Our heros , being expert at such things , took the soaked squirrel into the warmth of the guard house and began squeezing his belly . Three quarters of an hour later Mr . ( or Mrs . ) squirrel was snug as a bug in Steve s room . Eeports have it that the ungrateful beggar bit his benefactor and is now free to drown himself again .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

Social Committee ( Continued from _Pag-e 1 ) Mike McAllister , Student Council Representative of the Junior Class and a member of the special committee , feels that the Committee is definitely a good idea with the exception of Sections 2 b and 2 c He believes that these sections would impede the operations of College wide social function . He also pointed that the committee is not as restricted as it seems . His argument is that since all these large social committees need immediate funds , they have to make loans from the Student Council and to do this , they will also have to sign a contract with the Social Activities Committee . He stated , There is definitely a need for an advisory committee but it should remain only in that capacity .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Labor Talk at Law School [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

Labor Talk at Law School hi / Bob KwHett The Institute on the new labor bill sponsored by the _Georgetown University Law Center was held at the Willard Hotel on October 30-31 . Lawyers and labor _management officials who attended the Institute heard notables in their respective fields analyze the provisions and consequences of the new bill . Democratic procedures are vital to the health of the trade union movement stated Mr . Charles M . Ryan , General Counsel , Committee on Labor and Education , House of Representatives . Mr . Ryan also pointed out that the need for Congress to enact laws prescribing the minimum standards of conduct for practices in the internal affairs of the unions led to this new legislation . The McClellan Committee and other investigatory committees , said Mr . Ryan , showed the need for legislation to protect the democratic rights of union members . The new labor bill thus includes the specific regulations and standards which are to insure these rights . Mr ....

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

GU French . Club Elections Decides 59-60 Officers French Club elections last _week turned up the youngest group oi officers in its history . Bob Magdelain , an AB Greek scholar who has spoken French almost as long as English , was elected president . Bob graduated from the Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains , New York , and is on the racing team oi the sailing association and the Publicity Committee for the Sophomore Cotillion . He is backed up by three able freshmen . Vice President Bob Guerin , a graduate of the Dearfield Academy , hails from Providence , R . I . Secretary John Morris , AB acquired an interest in French culture at Whittlebury School in England and the International School in Geneva . He is from Pearl River , New York . Treasurer Bob Rubino , BS biology , is a Lawrenceville graduate from Trenton . A member of the Glee Club and the CCD , Bob has studied French for more than seven years . The dynamic Cercle Frangais is the largest in its history and stil...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
Publication Title: Hoya
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

KGDL KROSSWORD No . 7 ACROSS I love ( Latin ) Worn by union lettermen ? Greetings Verb gold diggers dig Box found in a carcass Whiz word Discourage , but partly determined Hazer For who scounting Game found in Kenyon Floral offering Start reading Felt about Audie ? What grouses always have ? Kools leave Speed of sound Gas makes a comeback Plate that s sometimes slipped French friend Cause of less fond hearts ? Kind of welcome Kools never get River girl Kind of active To get to Paris 9 10 17 ARE VOU _KODL ENOUGH TO 19 you mgo Gal who s 14 16 19 almost married Small Forever ( archaic ) Its handy in the hole Self ender Stick around Little dealer Terry type Half a year Beatnik adornments It s a kind of relief Snake in the grasp Vulnerable spots Bilko had em Movie part Movie star A start in Georgetown 23 24 20 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 you Min s opposite number Good lookers Salesmen who deal in bars Gears do it What Willies voice isnt Bachelors better half Its in a league by itself Lloyd s Re...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
GIT Battle of Sexes a Stalemate [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

GIT Battle of Sexes a Stalemate The HOYA presentshere two disparate views on Georgetown social life . Dave Roxe , a senior in the College , considers the social characteristics of the girls from surrounding colleges , while Regina Stafford , a . junior in the Nursing School , turns her attention across campus to record the identifying characteristics of the Hoya . girl ) is as appealing as she is . Despite her many , needless faults she is appealing , sometimes even alluring , and occasionally unforgettable . But it s almost impossible to say why . Consider the Washgirl . She is slightly blonder now than she was in high school — which indicates that she is a little shortsighted . For though gentlemen prefer blondes , you know what Jane Russell proved about brunettes . . . Washgirl is also so well mannered that , frankly , it seems phony . After all , not even Amy Vanderbilt always behaves as Amy Vanderbilt says she ought . • Part of the reason for this put on personality is that Was...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
And the Boys ... [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

And the Boys ... by Regina , Stafford Results of the study of the organism , the Hoya , have revealed many interesting and extraordinary characteristics far removed from any other microorganism heretofore studied . They are definitely classified as homo sapiens , belonging to the family of Georgetown Among their natural habitats where these organisms are found are ( 1 ) under certain foliage ; ( 2 ) college ¦ weekends ; ( 3 ) cocktail parties ; and ( 4 ) other miscellany . The researchers found this latter category the most difficult to determine . Significant factors differentiating it from other organisms ¦ were their tweediness , crewcuts , tweediness , Brooks Brothers labels , tweediness , buttondowns , and tweediness , in that order . Symptoms of infection which were present were most interesting , ranging from trench coats on sunny days to white ducks in winter . Their social and psychological history re ¬ veals an interesting phenomenon of Friday night dates and indifferent M...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

The Girls . . by Dave Roxe The typical Washington college girl is a thoroughly delightful abstract from Mademoiselle . She is slick , sophisticated , charming to a fault , and as warmly emotional as Univac . She is , in short , a particularly pesky sort of creature that the typical Washington college boy cannot do without . It s a little difficult to explain why the typical Washington college girl ( hereafter to be called Wash-

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

are so many college Why men switching m to pipes P WIN 4 YEAR WARDROBE 261 PRIZES IN ALL 1 st prize—A famous Botany 500 wardrobe every year for 4 years ( 2 Suits , 2 Sport Jackets , 2 Pair of Slacks , and 1 Topcoat . ) Next 5 prizes—Ultra-precision imported Sony Transistor Radio Next 5 prizes — World-famous pocket size Minolta 16 Camera Next 250 prizes—Kaywoodie Campus Pipe Pick up an official entry blank at your regular tobacco counter , or write Kaywoodie Pipes , Inc ., New York 22 , for one . HINTS TO WIN : Why men smoke pipes — There s a rich , fulfilling , all s well feeling that a man gets only from a pipe . A relaxed , calms-you-down contentment thats associated exclusively with pipe smoking . And you get all the pleasure of smoking without inhaling . Why pipe smokers choose KAYWOODIE Campus Yacht S 4 . 95 Kaywoodie Briar is imported , aged selected , hand crafted , hand rubbed , tested , inspected , and only then does it earn the coveted Kaywoodie Cloverleaf . That s why Kay...

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Rebels [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

Rebels ( Continued from Page ) speotive armies . One letter tells how a student here went over the wall , swam the Potomac , and joined the first Maryland Battery . In this letter , written to someone at the University , the writer says that he was quite surprised to find no less then nine Georgetown men there already ! Unfortunately , he did not name anyone , but he did furnish valuable clues about where to look in the records . Another letter , from a former student who lived in a town in Pennsylvania and was a banker there , gives us another interesting story . When Conferedate raiders swept into his town during Lee s drive into the North , the alumnus put on the uniform of the Home Guard , and went out to help trie other local citizens to defend the town . He was captured , and to his astonishment , the raiders were mostly Hoyas and former classmates of his ! After talking over old times , they released him on his word of honor not to shoot . The National Archives were the next ...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

JOHN WALSH FRESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENT

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959

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