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The Student Council Past . Present , and Future [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

The Student Council Past . Present , and Future by George Giard As is true with most of Georgetown s traditional activities , the College Student Council has a very interesting origin . It dates back to the spring of the year 1891 when the Athletic Association was formally organized . The managers of the different sports and activities in vogue at that time elected a president , secretary , and treasurer from the student body . Although the group was officially referred to as the Athletic Association or The Yard , the first instance we have of the officers of this group being called the Yard Officers does not occur until 1919 . The first president of the Athletic Association or The Yard was Conde West , 91 . The College Catalog for the year 1900 states that The Athletic Association or The Yard comprises under one general direction all the organizations existing among the students for the purpose of amusement and exercise such as Baseball , Football , Track Activities , Kowing , Glee...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Council Changes [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

Council Changes The efficiency—or lack of it—of the Student Council has been a frequent source of merriment in Council Capers arid of more serious comment in these columns for the past few years . At the other side of this page the HOYA is printing a lengthy but important article on the Student Council written by the President of the Yard . We earnestly commend the entire article for your serious study . Although the article deals in part with the past history of and future plans for the Council , the most important section , and the portion which we wish to discuss here , deals with the present position of the Student Council at Georgetown . President Giard feels , as do many members of the Council and of the student body , that the present set-up of the Council limits not only its efficiency but also the total amount of work which it can successfully undertake . For that reason , he advances a plan for the revision of the membership of the Council which would result in its being m...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
' Lefiers % ; _, : , To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

Lefiers % ; _, : , To The Editor The HOYA is- proud to publish this letter for many reasons . We are first of all proud because it demonstrates that , Yes , fellows , the Faculty does read your rag . Not only do they read it , but one of its most distinguished members has taken the trouble to comment comprehensively on an article which appeared in the last issue , namely , Arts and Letters . We hope that this letter is the first of many from the faculty , though we must insist that they be limited to 300 words . What finer way for students and faculty to exchange views ? —Ed . To the Editor : In the very interesting article of my friend Tom Martin , published in last week s HOYA , the statement that Hegel rejects the principle of contradiction could to my mind itself stand some contradiction . It is not the first time that this objection has been made against one of the greatest philosophers of our times , and it is only fair to present the other side of the picture . The objection ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

Editorial

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

IJnder The Tree by George Townely It may be true , as Walter Huston of Broadway s _Knickerbocker Holiday first observed a dozen years ago , that it s a long , long _waj from May to December , but the distance between June and , Septembei seems to be rapidly shrinking . With the evaporation of summer , fresh men arrived and upperclassmen returned , to be greeted by a sur prising number of changes . Comfortingly enough , there s a single constant in the kaleidoscope of re-adjustments : freshmen registratior has been announced , in a custom cherished since 1789 , as the larges ever recorded at the University . The inauguration of still another session in the groves of George town s academy has been accompanied by the ancient and honorable rites of welcome . Not least of these in the opinion of newcomers tc this Gothic fortress is hazing , a practice that began in a year of admin istrative leniency and has continued on the strength of the University : own law of inertia : a custom in ef...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

The Magic Lantern by Duffy & Quinn Tony Richardson s film production of Look Back In Anger is a more powerful work than its stage brother . This time there seems to be more to John Osborne s drama than a dazzling display of verbal pyrotechnics ; it becomes at once an affirmation of life with all its pains and crudities and an impassioned scoring of those ¦ who would turn their back on it for the enervating comforts of mediocrity . In a word , the movie does not seem to shoot off in all directions . An example of the superiority of the screen version in this case is the bear-squirrel business . On the stage , it became acutely embarrassing clownishness . On the screen , we are shown that it is one of those games between a man and a woman in love—only it is no game at all , but a playful , intensely moving , and concise exposition of a host of shared beliefs , emotions , and experiences , to which none but the lovers themselves can have complete access . Am I asserting the...

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New South Dorm Features Individual Air-Conditioning [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

New South Dorm Features Individual Air-Conditioning Residents Lives Lightened By Special Arrangements In Living , Dining Areas With the sound of hammers and drills still echoing- from its lower caverns , New South dormitory admitted its first boarders on the twentieth of September . 11 was a rewarding experience to view Georgetown s newest edifice and an encouraging sign to those interested in the great expansion program now being undertaken by all the schools of the University . A unique luxury to be enjoyed by Georgetown s southern gentlemen is individual air-conditioning units , which have been Installed in every room , a feature which will be recognized as extremely comforting to all those who have been exposed to Washington s notoriously humid climate . As of this week , hall telephones have been finally put in after a serious underground cable difficulty had caused a considerable delay In addition there is the possibility that private and party lines will be available at an ad...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

James Fitzgerald Assumes Position As News Director Last week it was announced by the Very Reverend Edward B . Bunn , S . J ., that James V . Fitzgerald , one of the most prominent members of the District s fourth estate , has been appointed director of the Georgetown University News Service . Mr . Fitzgerald , who succeeds Mr . Robert J . Avery , Jr ., in this position , was born in Saratoga , New York and has spent almost fifty years in the journalistic field . His first position was as a reporter and copy editor on the old New York World . From there he moved to the Washington Post , where he served as sports and city editor . A Washington resident for thirty years , he advanced to the station of information director for the Department of Labor under the last Democratic administration and thence to assistant to John R . Steelman , ¦ who served as White House Advisor to former President Truman .

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Dayhop Socialists Sponsor Friday Non-Resident Mass [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

Dayhop Socialists Sponsor Friday Non-Resident Mass Beginning tomorrow the NonResident Sodality , in conjunction with the Non-Resident Executive Committee , will sponsor a Mass for the non-resident students . This Mass will take place on each Friday morning in St . William s Chapel in Copley at 8 : 00 a . m . The Mass will be said by Fr . Jones . After Mass the non-resident stu ¬ dents may obtain breakfast in Marty s Cafe at a discount of approximately 30 % . The non-resident Mass is not new at the Hilltop . After a lapse of two years the idea is now being renewed . While the project is being sponsored by the non-resident Sodality , the Mass in intended for all non-resident students .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

Convocation and Mass Today of the same department . As Minister of the Treasury , he was successful in stabilizing the Italian currency and fighting inflation . He also took active part in the movement for the consolidation of the Atlantic Alliance and for the unification and economic integration of Europe . ( Cont . from Page ) From August of 53 to January of 54 , Mr . Pella was Prime Minister , Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of the Budget . It was during this period that he so ably handled the Trieste crisis . He was again appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs in the present Government on February 15 . 1959 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

GU Forensic Societies Begin Fall Programs by Dave Roxe Georgetown s Philodemic Society begins its 129 th year with a full season of intramural activities and intercollegiate contests planned . The oldest pure debate society in the nationthe Philodemie also has an active program scheduled for its novice debate affiliate , the Gaston-White Society . Organization of the Gaston-White will begin today with a meeting held in the Philodemic Room at 8 : 00 p . m . The room is located at the head of the Carroll Parlor stairs on second Healy . The Moderator of the societyMr . Louis B . Pascoe , S . J ., will be present to welcome the freshmen . David Roxe , Philodemic president , will conduct the business of the meeting . All freshmen , whether they have any previous experience or not , are welcome . The only requirement is that they have some interest in speaking , whether it is simply a desire to speak more forcefully as individuals , or to speak competitively as part of a team . Philodemic...

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Lamp , Wilson Commences ROTC Duties On Campus [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

Lamp , Wilson Commences ROTC Duties On Campus ROTC NEWCOMERS . . . Left to right : Captain Lamp and Sergeant Wilson . by Dick Schalk The Army ROTC unit has Executive Officer of the Cadet added two new men and ap- Battle Grou P and second in compointed new cadet officers dur- _™ and i s Cadet _£ _*• Colonel Martin . Lu , a Business Management Major ing the summer . in the School o £ Business AdminisCaptain Harold R . Lamp of tration . Lu is a Washington resiColumbus , Ohio , a West Point dent and is a member of Who s graduate , has assumed the duties of Who , the Walsh School Student Assistant PMS&T and Adjutant , Council , Chairman of the Walsh replacing Captain William R . Car- Lecture Committee . Business Manraway . Captain Lamp has served agrer of the Couriera member of previously with the 10 th Cavalry the Far East Club , and a member and the 1 st Infantry Division . He of the Society for Business Manis married and has three children , agement . Lu hopes for a two ye...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

Faculty Focus Hoya Spotlights 3 New Arrivals To Hilltop Campus by Karl Western Every new school year the HOYA turns the spotlight on several new arrivals on campus . This week s list includes Dr . John F . CaDahan , who has just returned to Georgetown from a Guggenheim Grant in Europe ; Dr . Francis Owen Rice , a native of England ; and Rear Adm . Charles L . Strain ( retd . ) Georgetown welcomes back Dr . John F . Callahan . Dr . Callahan has been a member of Georgetown s classics faculty since 1946 and has had previous teaching experience at Loyola of Chicago and Harvard . He returned two weeks ago from work made possible by a grant from the Guggenheim Foundation in Italy . While there he was engaged in preparing a new Greek text of some of the works of St . Gregory of Nyssaand also read a paper to the International Congress of Phil ¬ osophy in Venice entitled St . Gregory of Nyssa and the Pschological Theory of Time . Dr . Callahan has done extensive research in ancient philosoph...

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Rat Race [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959

Rat Race ( Continued from _Pag-e ) fort , Tom Dunsmuir , Ralph Dyer , Fred ErshamDennis Flynn , Marty Gullen , Al Hoddinot , George Kane , Len Keilp , Jerry Koehler , Joe Lieberman , Charles Magness , Joe MathiasRich McCann , Jim Michel , Vince Miscia , Dave NackashiDick OHearn , John Roche , Chuck Rozwadowski , Dick Schalk , Jim Sieve , Steve Stowe , Joe TadduneEd Taptich , Bob Tynan , Jerry Uricchio .

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
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(§? _argetanm _Qkrru (§ ut SHOP SANDWICH CARRY OUT A New Unique Featuring many new and different kinds of Sandwiches , Bar-B-Q Chicken , Submarines , Kosher Style and Italian Sandwiches . A complete line of Homemade Salads and French , German , and Near East Pastries . Hot and Cold Beverages DELIVERY ON THE EVERY HOUR HOUR FREE 6 : 00 P . M 10 : 00 from 2 . 00 MINIMUM MIDNIGHT OPEN TIL AD 4 6027 Wisconsin Ave . Opposite Georgetown 1340 Theater $

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JOURNAL The _Georgetown University Journal , the literary magazine of the College of Arts and Sciences , invites all undergraduates who would like to work on the magazine this year to a meeting 8 : 00 p . m

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