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Hoya Booters Rout Virginia Military , 5-1 h ¦ _^ ttm a ¦ ¦ a _w _« a w • ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
Hoya Booters Rout Virginia Military , 5-1 h ¦ _^ ttm a ¦ ¦ a _w _« a w • ¦ Vw by Marshall Fitz Using a brilliant first half attack , the Georgetown soccer team closed out their home schedule by decisively defeating VMI , 5-1 . The Hoyas rolled up the score in the first two periods and then Coach Steve Benedek cleared his bench in the second half . Georgetown took over at the first whistle . Leading the charge , as he did several others throughout the game with his great speed , was Kevin McGrath . George Rissotto scored the first goal . George Donnelly followed later in the first period to make the score , 2-0 . Continuing the rout . in the second period , Bill Atalay scored . Five minutes later Jerry Valchovic booted home a goal . Washington Monge finished the scoring with a kick which fell into the goal just above the goalie s outstretched hands . Tom Scully scored the only goal for VMI early in the third period . Georgetown continued to attack but was unable to score for the rest...
Frosh Down Juniors 16-6 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
Frosh Down Juniors 16-6 ( Continued from Page 6 ) Piron scored the final touchdown of the game in the third period as he broke through the junior line for 10 yards . The score was se 1 up by a 30 yard McMillan pass A . J . Vogt caught McMillan s pass in the end zone for the final twc points . The freshman dominated play in the final period by controlling the ball for 16 of the 23 plays , Piron added 8 points to his record breaking scoring total . He concluded the season with 52 points in 5 games . McMillan continued his streak of touchdown passes . The freshman quarterback threw ai least one TD pass in each game and totalled 7 for the season . Frosh 8 0 8 0 16 Junior 0 6 0 0 6 Jrs . Frosh . 4 First Downs Rushing 5 1 First Downs Passing 5 0 First Downs Penalty 2 85 Yardage Rushing 176 56 Yardage Passing 104 141 Total Yardage 280 5 Passes Attempted 15 4 Passes Complete 7 2 Passes Intercepted By 1 3 Fumbles 1 2 Fumbles Lost 1 5 Punts 4 157 Yardage Punting 124 31 . 4 Average Yardage Pun...
Athlete of Week Sailing Winner Is Larry Murphy Bill O Conner [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
Athlete of Week Sailing Winner Is Larry Murphy Bill O Conner WGTB has named Larry Murphy , first string IM All-Star end and a standout performer throughout the entire season , as their athlete of the week . Murphy was a standout both on offense and defense in last weeks Veteran s Day against the juniors . The frosh won , 16-6 , to complete a perfect 5-0 record . Others in contention for the award were soccer defenseman , Hugh Conolly , frosh backfieldmen , Mike Piron and John McMillan , and junior lineman , Jack Field . Soccer ( Continued from Page 6 ) a good defensive game that goalie Bob OConner had almost nothing to do . The victory brought the Hoya s record to 3-4-1 . Georgetown s Bill OConnor , senior sailor , last weekend captured the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association s Single-Hand-ed Championship held at Annapolis . OConnor survived the semi-final round of 18 contestants last Saturday afternoon , and returned Sunday to beat out the last nine opponents to cap...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
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IM Basketball [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
IM Basketball V s Run 8-10 ; Starts Nov . 30 Freshmen 2 nd Although Michigan State s Forddy Kennedy led his team to the varsity 1 C 4 A title in the record time of 23 : 51 . 8 , both George Verdisco and Bob Vinton were up among the leaders . George finished eighth and Bob tenth in the 250 man field . Their times of 24 : 38 and 24 : 42 respectively take on a much greater significance when it is realized that Verdisco _ s time matched that which won the Metropolitant Meet and Vinton s equalled the time which won the Heptagonal Championships , both run over the same course . The Freshmen climaxed their season with another impressive performance , finishing second to St . John s by a scant two point margin 104 to 106 . Jim Tucker finished 19 th , Jack Herson 22 nd , John Reilly 29 th , Jay VanBrunt 31 st , Terry Terhorst 33 rd and Ray Shevrenell 80 th to close out a brilliant frosh season . by Bob Pruner Two of the three intramural basketball champions will return to defend their title ...
Hoya Varsity Hosts Alumni on Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 19 November 1959
Hoya Varsity Hosts Alumni on Saturday This Saturday evening the Hoya old-timers will once again invade the confines of McDonough Gym to challenge the varsity in an exhibition contest . Game time is 8 : 00 p . m . The 59- 6 O version of Georgetown basketball will be on display for the first official time this season . Previously , they may have been seen in ¦ home scrimmages against Richmond University and Quantico . Returning alumni will include last year s captain , Jim Oravec , and three well known cagers of two years back , Ken Pichette , John Clark , and Joe Titus . Also counted upon to give the varsity a game of it are the Bolger brothers . Bill and Joe . ex-defensive ace Joe Carroll , now a Baltimore high school basketball coach and Warren Buehler , holder of the alltime Georgetown scoring record with 1127 points . Father Lou Gigante , a star of the NIT Hoyas of 1953 , will be returning as well . Other illustrious Georgetown hoopsters of a by-gone era who will appear are Tom O...
59- ' 6 O Cage Season Opens Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 December 1959
59- 6 O Cage Season Opens Tomorrow Hoyas Host Mounts In McDonough Bow BE . -. aaL . _JLfb ; .. - ? ± _MBB&amp;mm The _Georgetown Varsity basketball team for 1959-60 : ( standing-, left to right ) John Kraljie , Vince Wolfington , Paul Tagliabue , Tom Matan , Tom Coleman , Dan Slattery , Tom Fitzpatrick , Ray _Ohlmuller , and Coach Tom Nolan . ( Kneeling :, left to _rig-ht ) Jim Carrino , Bob Sharpenter , Jay Force , Ed Hargaden , Brian Sheehan . and Tom ODea . A year ago at Emmitsburg , Maryland , the Georgetown cage team had to come from far back to _defeat a scrappy Mount St . Mary s squad , 8576 . The Hoyas trailed until the final period when Brian Sheehan made a lay-up to finally give the Blue and Gray the lead they never relinquished . The Mounties do not seem to be quite as strong this season . Ernie Cage , former DeMatha high scoring ace , Jerry Bohlinger , and their fiery backcourtman , Burt Sheing , have all departed . These three alone accounted for fifty of the Mo...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 December 1959
VARSITY SCHEDULE 1959-6 O Date Opponent Place Last Year Dec . 2 Mount Saint Mary s Home 85-76 Dec . 5 New York U . Home DNP Dec . 9 American U . Home 67-92 Dec . 12 St . Peter s Home 63-66 Dec . 14 Maryland U . Away 53-61 Dec . 17 Niagara U . Away DNP Dec . 19 Duquesne U . Away DNP Dec . 29 Providence Inv . Tourney Away DNP Dec . 30 Boston U ., Brown , and Providence Jan . 6 George Washington U . Away 75-82 Jan . 9 Manhattan Away DNP Jan . 13 Maryland U . Home 56-67 Jan . 16 LaSalle Away 72-102 Jan . 28 Fairfield U . Away DNP Jan . 30 Boston College Away 73-69 Feb . 3 Muhlenberg Home 81-85 Feb . 6 Fordham Away 79-71 Feb . 7 N . Y . A . C . Away 76-69 Feb . 10 George Washington U . Home 72-85 Feb . 13 Lafayette Home 94-109 Feb . 17 Navy Home 47-72 Feb . 20 Seton Hall Away 83-89 Feb . 24 Scranton Home DNP Feb . 27 Ehode Island Home DNP
Gentleman Coach Tom Nolan Looks Forward To Improved Cage Season [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 December 1959
Gentleman Coach Tom Nolan Looks Forward To Improved Cage Season by Al Hibbert Practice was over for the day , and the majority of the players had lapsed into the locker room , their work completed . COACH OF THE HOYAS ... is Thomas Nolan , entering his fourth season as Georgetown cage mentor . But out on the court Tommy Nolan was still busy checking shooting charts and making notes on the day s scrimmage . It is after practice that Nolans work really begins as he must spend countless hours in study and careful planning as the man chosen to guide the fortunes of Georgetown s cagers . GV Grad In fact , this devotion to the game plays a large part in the story of Nolan s life . Tommy has always been devoted to the game both as a player and a strategist . His high school days were spent at Eastern before he came to Georgetown where he captained the 34- _ 35 freshman team . Then came three years as playmaker for the Hoyas before his graduation in 38 . Four years later Tommy took over as ...