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Council Gapers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
Council Gapers . - by Nicholas J . Kilmer In reporting last week s meeting I will be brief . A small host of hopeful freshmen officers appeared on the Council . Their names are given elsewhere , so I will not bother . The Student Council annual magazine drive for this year has been dropped . We will miss it . Mr . McAllister reported that a dietician has been added to the general staff of the University—cooking department , that is . A meeting will be held in the near future with all those concerned , McAllister added . I do not know whether this meeting is to be compulsory or not . The resident and commuter Sodalities will hold a gay Thanksgiving canned food drive . I think the procedure is that they supply the cans and we fill them with money . When Mr . Donovan , Sodality boss , was asked whether the decorations for the food drivers were going to include the bell that became so well-known all over Georgetown last year , he replied carefully that , Well , I dont know . . . perhaps...
New National Shrine Dedicated Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
New National Shrine Dedicated Tomorrow iifeti _fHE NATIONAL SHRINE OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION . . . The mosaic and chandelier . Reni Photos Tomorrow will mark the dedication of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception . It is intended to be living testimony of the love Americans bear towards the Blessed Virgin Mary , the Patroness of the United States . Upon entering the Upper Church , one is struck by the impressive mosaic of Christ , made of over 4000 shades of glass , including red and gold . Many modern features are incorporated into the massive stone structure , built to last forever , such as speakers for every four seats . Chandeliers over nine feet tall hang from the ceiling . Beneath the main steps are modern offices , a cafeteria , and two religious goods stores . By modern techniques , the work required to build the churches in the Middle Ages that took centuries has been completed in 37 years . Statues in bas-relief adorn the outside of the Church . These toget...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
Fridays Cotillion Features Devron Music by Devron will fil ] the Hall of Nations this Friday when the junior class presents its annual Cotillion . In addition , Palms _Lounge has been secured , additional parking is being arranged for , and permissions have been obtained from the local girls schools . The price of admission for the evening of November 20 , which will last from 9 to 1 , is $ 4 . 00 . Tickets will be available between McGuire and Ryan dining halls at all dinner meals . Special souvenir programs and favors will be presented and refreshments will include various mixed drinks and free cokes . The Chairman of the Dance Committee is Bev Galloway , an Honors Government major from Olean , New York . Bev , a graduate of Olean High School , also participates in the Glee Club . Steroids ! This evening at 7 : 30 Dr . M . E . Arth will speak in Room 304 on steroid hormones . Dr . Arth is presently a research associate and group leader at Merck , Sharp and Dohme Research Laborator...
_. jL See _Russia Kin 196 O [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
_. jL See _Russia Kin 196 O Maupintour _^ - 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 , PolandCzechoslovakia , 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
All That Jazz At Gym [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
All That Jazz At Gym by Joe Niederst Jazz is coming to Georgetown . Monday , December 7 , will see McDonough Gymnasium invaded by the Collegians and the latest music from the pen of Henri Mancini of Peter Gunn fame . This will be only part of Georgetown s annual Jazz Concert and Dance . Festivities begin with the Concert at 8 p . m . followed by dancing from 9 till 12 . Admission is $ 1 . This year s edition of the concert promises something new in the way of entertainment , hence its theme— New Sounds In Jazz . Special , and as yet unreleased , arrangements by Henri Mancini have been obtained by Don Griffith , Georgetown s Band Director . The concert will consist of these new arrangements as well as some Dixieland and big band arrangements as played by George Williams and the 14 piece Collegians . The dance will feature continuous music , whether mood music , dixielandor conventional dance music , ¦ which will be played either by the Collegians en masse or in smaller combos . Late ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
FLYING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS ? DONT DELAY . MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW AT 7 / _travel _bureau _lAJeeAon Closest Ticket Agency to Georgetown Campus Domestic and International Tickets Issued by Our Office at No Extra Cost 1304 WISCONSIN AVE ., N . W . ( at N ) DUpont 7-1166 _. are so many college Why men switching to pipes 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 S 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 that s associated exclusively with pipe smoking . And you get ail the pleasu...
yXk _< rt-my ? u : um _v&tf-m ? [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
yXk _&lt; rt-my ? u : um _v&amp;tf-m ? MISS CRIMSCOTT : Oh , how droll , Dr . Magruder ! Plow delicious ! You re a regular Joe Penner ! . . . But enough of badinage . Let us turn to our rollicking , roistering fun show , American History 101 . DR . MAGRUDER : Today we will dramatize the taut and tingling story of John Smith and Pocahontas . I will play Captain Smith and Miss Magruder will play Pocahontas . ANNOUNCER : But first a message from our sponsor . . . Folksies , have you tried Alpine Cigarettes yet ? Have you treated yourself Jo that fresh filtration , that subtle coolness , that extra-long , extra-efficient filter ? Have you ? Hmmm ? . . . If not , wake your tobacconist and get some Alpines at once ! . . . And now to our grim and gripping story . Picture , if you will , a still summer night . An Indian maid , stands by a moonlit brook . Suddenly she hears a footstep behind her . She turns . . . MISS CRIMSCOTT : Oh ! John Smith ! You-um startle-um me-um ! DR...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
TV OR NOT TV The academic world has made its first tentative steps into television—a few lectures , a few seminars , a few lab demonstrations—but colleges have not yet begun to use television s vast capacity to dramatize , to amuse , to stir the senses , to unshackle the imagination . Like , for example , the following : ANNOUNCER : Howdy , folksies . Well , it s time again for that lovable , laughable pair , Emmett Twonkey Magruder , Ph . D ., and Felicia May Crimscott , M . A ., in that rollicking , roistering fun show , American History 101 . . . And here they are—the team that took the hiss out of history —Emmett Twonkey Magruder and Felicia May Crimscott ! DR . MAGRUDER : Howdy , folksies . A funny thing happened to me on the way to my doctorate . A mendicant approached me and said , Excuse me , sir , will you give me 25 cents for a sandwich ? and I replied , Perhaps I will , my good man . Let me see the sandwich .
Washington Club Dance [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
Washington Club Dance Featuring a turnstile entrance to emphasize its football-field theme , the Washington Club s Thanksgiving Dance will occupy McDonough Gym on Saturday , November 28 . Music will be provided by the Record Hoppers ( the group which was featured at the recent Football Rally and Mixer ) and refreshments , which are included in the $ 3 . 00 admission charge , will consist of beer and coke . Tickets will be sold at the door and reduced rates are available to members . Invitations have been sent to many Eastern Universities . Chairman of the dance is Brian Turner , a junior AB government major from Alexandria , Virginia . Brian graduated from Gonzaga High School in Washington , is a member of the AFROTC , and is serving on this year s Junior Prom Committee .
umors , Frosh Dominate 1959 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
umors , Frosh Dominate 1959 _oiciia MOORE—E P . WOOMER—T R . FORLIZZO—G James Schwab , center—a college sophomore who was an All Catholic League center here in Washington two years ago for John Carroll High School . Jim , regarded by many as the IM League s best line-backer made second team all-star lasi year . Jim also played catcher foi last year s freshman baseball team , Jack Field , guard—a college junior , is one of four repeats on this year s all-star squad . Jack , a mainstay on the Class of 61 s team for three years , played his high school ball at Saint Sebastian s in Newton , Massachusetts . Robert Forlizzo , guard—a freshman from Xavier High School in New York City was one of the big reasons why the freshman ground attack was so successful this season . Besides being an outstanding blocker , Bob is a fine defensive player . Pat _Woomer , tackle—a college freshman who formerly played at Saint Vincent s Prep in Latrobe , Penna . He spent much time this season in opponents ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
VMI WITH BILL GILDEA _Sjyorts Editor Paul Solomon was a three time intramural football allstar squad member . Presently in his first year at the Georgetown School of Law , Paul earned all-league berths as an end in all but his freshman year while in the College . But his biggest thrill came this fall when he coached the champion frosh eleven to an unblemished record . The yearlings were a colorful outfit . Surprise was a weapon they continually employed while driving to a 5-0 slate . The enthusiasm of the team and their class was inspiring to each man who wore the frosh green each week . Bob Forlizzo , Frank Bruffey , Ed Kelly , Chuck Wolf , Pat Woomer , Jack Vogt , Larry Murphy , and John Leyes were some of the boys in . the line . Not all made headlines following a game . Some werent even mentioned . But they did their job well . Tom Graham , Mike Piron , and Paul Ciatti found many openings in opponents forward walls because of their teammates up front . At quarterback , the frosh...
Frosh Cop IM Crown with 16-6 Defeat of Juniors [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
Frosh Cop IM Crown with 16-6 Defeat of Juniors by Tim Murphy The freshman football machine outlasted the defending champion juniors 16 to 6 last Wednesday morning to cop the IM crown . The juniors matched the yearlings play throughout the first half as they fell behind 8-6 . However , the frosh demonstrated their superior stamina as they limited the upperelassmen to a total of eight yards in the second half , rolling up 124 yards themselves . The frosh took first possession ¦ and didnt give up the ball until they had registered 8 points . Their seventy yard scoring drive in 13 plays was completed by a 20 yard touchdown pass from quarterback McMillan to A . J . Vogt . Mike Piron added the next 2 points on a plunge through the line . Junior Drive The junior 6 points were tallied as a result of a 75 yard drive which began in the middle of the second quarter . Fine runs by Seymour , Gates , and Prest , and two long passes by Tom Dwyer produced the score . Dwyer set up the score with a 3...