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The Courier [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

The Courier Last weeks issue of the Courier , a publication of the Foreign Service School , Business School , and Institute of Languages and Linguistics , carried in its Voice of the People Column a letter criticizing the College and College students . The letter was remarkable only for its inaccuracy . For those students in both schools who have asked us to comment on this , we would like to say that we do not wish to be drawn into a pointless controversy of this type , which can have only harmful effects . If any student in the College wishes to offer his own opinions on this matterwe have been assured that the Letters column of the Courier is open to College students who agree or disagree with the opinions expressed in that letter .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

Editor-in-Chief . RICHARD C . KULLEN _, JR . Managing Editor DENNIS DUFFY Business Manager . ANTHONY DeLUCIA Moderator . EDWARD I . BURNS , S . J . Published by the students of Georgetown University every Thursday during the college year except for vacation and examination periods . First class postage paid at Washington , D . C . Subscription rate , $ 6 . 50 per year . Vol . XXI , No . 8 Thursday , November 12 , 1959

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Dear Georgetown Students : Please note that I did not address you as students of the College of Arts and Sciences . True that you are such , and that I am a student in the School of Business Administration , but I feel that more importain we are students of Georgetown University . This means quite a bit to me , as I m sure it does to you , and since it is impossible and unnecessary for me to put this feeling into words , I wont try . To make my point , let me say that the fact that I can call myself a Hoya means far more to me than the fact that I am a stu- ( Continued on Page 8 )

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

The Magic Lantern by Dennis Duffy , and Philip Quinn The Last Angry Man is an honest portrayal of a recognizably human situation . If only as a cinematic curiosity , it is worth seeing . Great art , however , requires brilliance in execution as well as honesty . The story concerns itself with the efforts of a J . Pressed , dexadrined , mortgaged TV producer , to locate colorful characters about whom to tell lies ( in Televenglish : heartwarmingly portray ) in order to sell air time to a patent medicine firm . Woodrow Thrasher ( David Wayne ) encounters Sam Abelman ( Paul Muni ) , a 68-year-old GP in a slum district , and finds his tinsel values shown up . He begins to adopt new ones , at the expense of business success , and the doctor dies of a heart attack engendered by his efforts to heal a young hoodlum . It is an illustration of the simple fact that greatness can rub off , however slightly , on all of us . Muni s performance is a great one . Nonetheless , despite the effective ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Philodemic Names Snyder Craven , & Good To Posts [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

Philodemic Names Snyder Craven , & Good To Posts New responsibilities are the lot of four Philodemic members recently elected to offices in the debating society . Filling out the roster are John Snydercorresponding secretary ; Peter Craven , recording secretary ; Fred Good , treasurer ; and Charles Valdes , sergeant at arms . The new officers will help David Roxe _, president , and William David , vice-president , to guide the club through the coming season . Seniors Roxe and David are carryover officers , voted into their positions last spring . Elected last month was John Snyder , a junior in the AB program . A government major , John graduated from Kingston High School in Kingston , New York . Besides the Philodemic , his main extracurricular activity is the HOYA , which he serves as Layout Editor . Peter Craven is a graduate of Regis High School , Denver , Colorado and is a government major in the AB course . His plans for the future include law school . Treasurer Fr...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Law & Morals Forum Features Panel Dialog [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

Law & Morals Forum Features Panel Dialog Keep ignorance out of your head and out of your defense ; there is no right to expose the rights of clients to your weaknesses . This advice was given by Assistant United States Attorney Lewis A . Carroll , Chairman of the American Bar Association s Committee on Prosecution Tactics to a capacity crowd in Gaston Hall last Sunday morning . In addition to Mr . Carroll the expert panel consisted of Edward Bennett Williams , a leading defense attorney and Chairman of the American Bar Association s Committee on Defense Tactics , and the Rev . Dexter L . Hanley , S . J ., LLB . The subject under discussion was Legal Representation , Its Obligations and Limitations . Mr . Carroll claimed it was not for the lawyer to judge in advance , for no one is presumed guilty till proven guilty . Those accused of crimes should have the aid of a counsel which is intelligent and full of common sense said the personable attorney . ( Continued on Page 8 ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

_w 3 _P Oil _Csmpufi _mmmi C > _+- _/^ _f ( Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf , The Many _^*» _ai _^^ Loves of Dobie Gillis , etc . ) AMERICAN LITERATURE : ITS CAUSE AND CURE Today , as a service to students of American literature , this column presents digests of two classic American novels : THE SCARLET LETTER by Nathaniel Swifty HawthorneThis is a heart-rending story of a humble New England lass named Hester Prynne who is so poor that she does not have what to eat nor a roof to cover her head . But she is a brave , brawny girl and she never complains , and by and by her patience is rewarded : in the summer of 1859 she wins a football scholarship to Alabama . Hard-working Hester soon wins her letter and everyone says she is a shoo-in for All-Conference honors , but along comes the War Between the States and football , alas , is dropped for the duration . Poor Hester goes back to New England . It is a bitter cold winter and poor Hester , alas , does not have any warm clot...

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Diego Sanchez Elected Spanish Club President [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

Diego Sanchez Elected Spanish Club President Another active year has been planned by the Spanish Club . At the first meeting elections were held in the club , which is directed by Dr . Mario N . Pavia of the Spanish Department . Diego Sanchez was elected president , Steve Millich vice-president , and Bart Christopher treasurer . Mr . Sanchez is a BS biology major from Quito , Ecuador , where he attended the National Military Academy . He is also a member of the soccer team . Mr . Millich , who is also a premed student comes from Los Angeles , California , where he attended Loyola High School . He is an active member of the Young Republican Club . Mr . Christopher is a pre-dental student from Chicago . In high school he was the editor of the yearbook and worked for the school paper . He was captain of the football team and a member of the Na ¬ tional Honor Society ., At Georgetown he is a member of the circulation staff of the HOYA . Five secretaries were appointed to serve as record...

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22 Hoya Scholars Apply For Overseas Fellowships [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

22 Hoya Scholars Apply For Overseas Fellowships Twenty-two students of the University have submitted application for either Fulbright , Inter-American Cultural Convention , or foreign government scholarships . The funds for all these stipends are provided by foreign governments . The Fulbrlght Scholarship Plan , in particular , was a method chosen by many of our World War II allies to pay off their war debt to America . In addition to these grants , the College has three applicants for Rhodes Scholarships and two for Marshall Scholarships . France is the object of seven students this year and is also the residence of two 1958 Georgetown scholarship recipents . Chile and the United Kingdom both have three applicants , while Austria and Italy each have two . Argentina , Brazil , Belgium , Ecuador , and Germany have also attracted the interest of Hoya scholars . The twenty-two applications are divided among the schools of the the Law School , and the College . University as follows : t...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959
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Seer Interprets Writing On Wall [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

Seer Interprets Writing On Wall by Joseph Sichler The present cafeteria in Ryan Hall was opened in 1904 . The walls were at first barren until the idea was conceived to have the names of some of Georgetown s more illustrious graduates painted on them . After the names were selected and painted , there was a considerable amount of space left with the intention of filling it with the names of Georgetown s students who would achieve fame in the future . This intention was never carried out , and the names appear the same today as they did then , except for several touchups . Many of these names , which were then quite outstanding , have become somewhat less familiar to us . Only the other day someone who was standing in the cafeteria waiting for his lunch was heard to remark , Who was Patrick Walsh ? I ve never heard of him . The intention of this article is to familiarize us with several of these names before the cafeteria is moved into New South . After the change takes place , the a...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

Viewpoint ( Continued from Pagre 1 ) Junior history major Raymond Callahan will take over as business manager . Interested parties may contact Moynihan at 408 Copley or campus mailbox number 973 . Frosh ( Continued from Page 1 ) being as * good a treasurer as possible . What are your immediate plans , we asked Joe Oavannaugh , student rep . Currently I have been working on the elections of the class council and am anticipating the opportunity to represent my class on the council .

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

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SC Committees Announce Parking , Food Poll Results [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

SC Committees Announce Parking , Food Poll Results Several measures of immediate effect on students were announced at the last Student Council meeting by the Campus Facilities and Student-Faculty Committees . The Campus Facilities Committee reported that Copley parking lot will not be available for the use of students because of changes in the general traffic flow plan . The roadway in front of Copley will be closed to vehicular traffic effective immediately and the one-way road and parking area between the wall and the White-Gravenor grass plaza will be converted to a two-way street , with the cars which used to park there being transferred to Copley lot . This change was not originally planned until the completion of the new Science Building , but it was felt by the General Planning Committee that the in ¬ crease m students necessitated putting the plan into immediate effect . The Committee also reported that it had informed Mr . Zastrow , the head of the food department , of the ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Yearling Orators Win Wake Forest Tourney [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 12 November 1959

Yearling Orators Win Wake Forest Tourney Having previously won laurels this year at Wake Forest and Maryland debate tournamentsthe Gaston-White society last Wednesday elected its officers for the present school year . Chosen for the position of president by the members of the freshman forensic organization was John Brough of Jesuit High School in Dallas , Texas . In high school John was president of the student council , vice-president of the debate society , and editor of the yearbook . For his outstanding rostrum achievements he was awarded two scholarships , one of which was presented by the Lions Club . John is presently enrolled in the AB Greek course here at Georgetown . Both the Vice-President , Pete Handal , and the Recording Secre ¬ tary , Mike Lysaght , come from Iona Prep of New Rochelle , New York . Pete was Iona s yearbook editor and an honor student for four years ; he and Mike served as co-chairmen of the debate society . ( Continued on Page 7 )

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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