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Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
Council Capers by Nicholas J . Kilmer Last week s Council began by tripping itself up rather thoroughly In a long , complicated hassle , it was revealed that , as more than one fourth of the Council members had been missing at the meeting th « week before , the voting-in of Mr . DeSando as representative for the ailing Mr . Pieroni , boss of the Collegiate Club , was null and void . This involved a changing of the minutes , which -was involved . Mr . Giard proposed that the simple word not be stuck into the report , thus changing the reading to The Council did not vote to accept Mr . . . . But the Council did vote , as a matter of fact , said Mr . Giard ... so ... but it didnt work because . . . only seventeen or sixteen but Mr . Cadden voted out of a possible twenty-one or twenty-four . . . The cynical , sepulchral voice of Mr . Roxe spoke from the clouds . The Council voted , he said , but lacked the necessary numbers . Now there s a man -who can speak in a parliamentary way . Whe...
$ 25 Activity Fee Breakdown [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
$ 25 Activity Fee Breakdown by Paul Janensch Eaph College student pays at registration an Activities Fee of $ 25 . Multiplying this $ 25 by the number of those who must pay the Fee , the Treasurer s Office estimates this year s income from the Activities Fee to be around $ 80 , 000 . Even in a relatively large institution like Georgetown $ 80 , 000 is a lot of cash . Everyone naturally assumes that the money is spent wisely , but many students might out of honest curiosity wonder where this $ 80 , 000 goes . Who Gets It Originally the Activities Fee was divided between only two organizations , the Athletic Association and the Library . Since the late twenties , other activities have been added to the list , and now the beneficiaries total twelve . Besides the Athletic Association and the Library , who still get lion s shares , the Activities Fee is divided among : HOYA , Journal , Glee Club , Band , Fhilodemic _, Gaston-White , Sodality , IRC , WGTB , and Chess Club . All these acti...
_yJL See Russia 11111 in I 960 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
_yJL See Russia 11111 in I 960 _jviaupintour _&gt;^ Economy Student / Teacher summer tours , American conducted , from $ 495 . Russia by Motorcoach . 17-days from Warsaw or Helsinki . Visit rural towns plus major cities . Diamond Grand Tour . Russia , Poland , Czechoslovakia , Scandinavia , Western Europe highlights . Collegiate Circle . Black Sea Cruise , Russia , Poland , Czechoslovakia , Scandinavia , Benelux , W . Europe . Eastern Europe Adventure . First time available . Bulgaria , Roumania , Russia , Poland , Czechoslovakia , Western Europe scenic route . See your Travel Agent or write 1603 16 th St ., N . W ., Washington , D . C
AMVETS Regroup At GU [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
AMVETS Regroup At GU Public Responsibility Plan A seminar entitled Education for Public Responsibility was conducted here last week for young civic leaders who are veterans of World War II . A grant to AMVETS from the Fund for Adult Education made the meeting possible . AMVETS requested Georgetown to run this project with the purpose of holding similar ones throughout the nation if it proves successful . Father Horigan , Dean of the Graduate School , arranged the program and Dr . Howard Penniman , Chairman of the Department of Government , served _&gt; as Seminar Director . Dr . Penniman was assisted by Dr . Karl Cerny , also of the Department of Government . Attending the seminar were ter young members of AMVETS each of whom is a leader in his community . These men come from all different parts of the country and pursue various vocations . Included were Utah s Secretary of State , an Atlanta , Georgia , rabbi , the president of a Muncie , Indiana paper company , and two pro...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
Journal ( Continued from Page 1 ) of the HOYA s Council Capen column and a sophomore in the College Honors program , Mr . Kilmer is a resident of Vienna , Virginia . He is the grandson of Joyce Kilmer , the celebrated poet of the World War . In capturing both prizes in the poetry division , he established a modern Journal record . This was the first of two Journal contests to be held this year . The second short story and poetry contest will probably be held before the third or fourth issue . In the past five years , this is the first time that two separate contests have been held within a single year . Judging the contest were interested members of the English Department ; there ¦ were two judges for each division of the contest . In _offering prizes for superior work in English composition , the Journal is hoping to encourage continuous ; ontributions from students in the _College . Featured in the fall issue of the Journal will be short stories by Editor-in-Chief John Guare 60 , ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
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Freshmen Topple Junior Team . 26-8 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
Freshmen Topple Junior Team . 26-8 by Norman Smith A- Pass interception by Bob _ ... ,. . Florizz , his second of the day , led In the most exciting display to the third frosn touchdown with of rough , spirited football Piron again climaxing the drive eippn _tViia &lt; 5 Pa _« r _&gt; n _&lt;* on a short PlunSe- Late in the seen tnis season , tne iresnmen game Vogt scored the final TD on crushed the highly rated _jun- a 2 o yard pass from McMillan _, iors , 26-8 , to establish them- Bill Prest scored the only junior selves as the team to beat for points on a short buck in the last the 59 IM crown . 1 uar . ter and a mn for the extra Quarterback John McMillan put E ° If 8 fi 6 6 2 fi on a brilliant show of passing , con- j ™? _~ 0 0 0 8 8 necting on 13 of 18 attempt . Sharp _* _£ _™ -- _ _£ _ucLowns - Piblocking and bone-crunching teckl- _| ing , an alert defensive secondary , Mil _| ( o vd run ) - Voet ( 20 vd and the hard running of Mike Pi- _^ _^ Pat sf _Ma...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
WITH BILL GILDEA Sports Editor With head in hands , Washington Monge lay on the soggy lower field turf . A perfectly placed screen shot had eluded Georgetown s soccer goalie . It was an impossible kick to stop , but Monge still couldnt be satisfied watching the game s first tally shoot past his outstretched arms . Eight times he had intercepted the net-bound sphere , but he would be able to recall this effort much more clearly when his days work had been completed . Against Virginia last week , Monge had done his job well , as he has all season . But Steve Benedek , in his second year as coach on the Georgetown pitch , had another job for the versatile Foreign Service senior from Ecuador . The Hoyas lack of offense forced the employment of Monge on _^^^^^ attack . Although not regarded in any respect as a _^ fl _^^^^ prolific scorer , Washie was called on to provide the _^^ _HHk Hoyas with a playmaker who could set up the few H&amp; JF needed goals . _JkUL _^ * And as the fi...
Hoya Booters Tie Virginia , 1-1 ; Host Gallaudet Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
Hoya Booters Tie Virginia , 1-1 ; Host Gallaudet Tomorrow Rallying from a 1-0 halftime deficit , the Georgetown soccer team scored once in the third period , their lone tally of the afternoon , to garner a tie with the University of Virginia last Saturday afternoon on the lower field . It was the first tie of the season for both clubs who own similar records . The Hoya ledger is now 1-3-1 , while U . Va . is presently 1-4-1 . Bill Sommerfield of the Cavaliers booted home the Virginians only goal with a tough angle shot from twenty yards at the 18 : 30 mark of the second period . It was Virginias ninth shot at Hoya goalie Washington Monge , who had previously made some fine stops . Bob OConnor replaced Monge in the Georgetown goal in the second half as the first string net-minder shifted to attack . OConnor proceeded to make 21 saves for the home team as the Virginians pressed continuously in the final period . Two five-minute overtimes to break the deadlock failed to alter the score...
POLO : YALE-GEORGETOWN SAT ., 3 : 00 P . M . WOODLAWN PLANTATION Hoya Polo Team Bows To Semi-Pro ' s . 7-5 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
POLO : YALE-GEORGETOWN SAT ., 3 : 00 P . M . WOODLAWN PLANTATION Hoya Polo Team Bows To Semi-Pro s . 7-5 by Bob Pruner A semi-pro team called the Dollbabies played in a fashion belying their name as they defeated the Georgetown Polo Club 7-5 last Saturday at Woodlawn . The team , from Darnestown , Maryland , played in place of Harvard , the regularly scheduled opponent who asked for a postponement due to injuries . The first chukker gave the advantage of a run-away for the Hoyas . Mike Raoul-Duval and Jerry Shields creased the goal for a pair each to give Georgetown a 4-0 lead . Opponents Rally The remainder of the first half showed little in the way of a Hoya attack as their opposition took advantage of every break to tie the score at 4-4 at the half . Leo Rocca and Halter Cunningham led the winners back into the game , dividing a pair of goals in each of the remaining first half chukkers . The second half was all Dollbabies and Cunningham , who scored the remainder of Ms teams goa...
Seniors Win 6-0 Over Sophomores [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
Seniors Win 6-0 Over Sophomores by Mike Maker It was a dreary and rainy Saturday morning , especially so for the sophomores , who were dealt their fourth straight loss , at the hands of the seniors , 6-0 . During the first half , the losers ran off twentyfive plays to the winners nine with both teams sticking to the ground for the most part . After an exchange of fumbles , the first quarter ended scoreless . In the second quarter , the sophomores ground out five first downs . But with four minutes left in the half , senior quarterback , Chick Leasure , connected with two successive pass plays . The first of these was good for twenty five yards to halfback Walt Smith , followed by a forty five yard passrun play from Leasure to end Al Bonacci , who shook off tackles to cross the goal line standing up . The run for the extra point was short . Fri ., Nov . 6 — Jun . vs . sen ., 4 : 00 p . m . Sat ., Nov . 7 — Soph vs . frosh , 10 : 30 a . m . With less than a minute remaining in the hal...
Verdisco Named Athlete of Week [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
Verdisco Named Athlete of Week WGTBs athlete of the week for the third time in a row is harrier George Verdisco . The machine-like junior made his way over five miles of wet turf on the Navy s hilly course in 25 : 42 . 8 to capture first place in the triangular meet with Navy and Pittsburgh . George not only won but broke the course record by twenty-five seconds despite the unfavorable weather conditions . George shared the lead for most of the race with team mate Bob Vinton but when pressed by an opponent he pulled out in front to stay .
IM Running Course Begun [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
IM Running Course Begun Physical Training Director , George Murtagh , has originated a crosscountry running course for his PT pupils . The actual distance of the course is 1000 yards in the vicinity of the lower field . Last week , Mr . Murtagh ran his class over the course . The best time was 2 : 38 posted by three frosh : J . E . Welsh , John Brough , and E . Lenahan . J . Dempsey and L . Denney , also freshmen , checked in at 2 : 40 .
Hugh Quinn Beats Walt Kit 6-3 , 8-6 , for Tourney Win [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
Hugh Quinn Beats Walt Kit 6-3 , 8-6 , for Tourney Win by Marshall Fitz This year s freshman fall tennis tournament gave two outstanding- tennis players their first chance to perform at Georgetown . Hugh Quinn and Walter Kit both showed they will be a big help to the Georgetown tennis teams in the future . Hugh Quinn , a 17-year-old AB student comes to the Hilltop from Philadelphia . A sparkling player while in high school , he was awarded a tennis scholarship . In reaching the finals , Hugh trounced Joe Fallon and Jim Fay in the quarterfinals and semifinals , 6-0 , 6-0 , 6-0 , respectively . Walter Kit , also an AB student , is a Washington dayhop . He is also a scholarship winner . He reached the finals by defeating Chris Connolley , 6-4 , 6-2 in the semifinals . Quinn Wins In the finals Quinn defeated Kit , 6-3 , 8-6 . Every game was close and in the second set Kit gained a set point while leading 5-4 , but Quinn came back to take the set and match . Quinn playing his game in the ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 5 November 1959
Seniors Win Second Tilt j Sophs Statistics Sen . j 6 First downs rushing 4 2 First downs passing 1 j 1 First downs penalty 0 70 Yards gained rushing 61 j 107 Yards gained passing 70 20 Yards penalized 40 43 Number of scrim , plays 32 i 2 Number of punts 2 I 70 Punting yardage 76 35 Average distance 38 2 Fumbles 1 g 2 Fumbles lost 1 g 11 Passes attempted 7 _f 6 Passes completed 3 j 0 Passes intercepted by 1 I STONE WALL . . . Junior runner smacked down by a horde of frosh tacklers during first half of important contest last Friday afternoon . Freshmen rolled , 26-8 , to take one same lead over seniors in IM football race .