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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
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Booze , Blood Bad Mixer [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Booze , Blood Bad Mixer . by Mark Baldwin An . interview with Father John C . Ford , professor of moral theology at Catholic University , and author of two books , Man Takes a Drink and Depth Psychology , Morality , and Alcoholism , and the Catholic Encyclopedia article on alcoholism . Alphonsus Smith takes a couple of drinks . His face is flushed . He s talking louder , faster and sillier than usual , his reactions are impulsive , he s guffawing at a joke while others smile . He s high . High , or Happy is the way youd euphemistically describe yourself to daddy if the need arose . Charley , down the hall , was polluted . Father Ford makes three classifications : high , tight , and drunk . If Alphonsus should continue to drink for an hour or so , some of the psychologically exhillarating effects would wear off and hed be tight . He would stumble over his speech , sway in his walk , and be ready for a fight for no good reason . He may make some foolish amorous attempt , see double or...
Confraternity First Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Confraternity First Meeting The Georgetown Confraternity of Christian Doctrine will hold its general meeting for the first semester at 7 : 15 p . m . Monday in Room 308 White-Gravenor . Although the various divisions of the COD have been occupied in their respective fields since the beginning of the year , this will be the first activity of the Confraternity as a whole since the organizational meeting in September . Fr . Kaif er _, the moderator , and president Joe Suffredini will preside . Summaries of the Confraternity s activities this fall will be made . The trainees in the Teachers Division , who have already done some teaching in area parishes , will ( Continued on Page 9 )
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
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Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Council Capers by Bill Gargaro There was no new business . There was no old business . There were no student hearings . If you had walked into Copley Lounge at 8 : 00 p . m . you would not have found a single Council member . WGTB carried only the eloquent dribbling of a basketball . And yet . . . the Student Council actually held their sacerdotal clandestine ceremonies last Wednesday evening . Sound vaguely reminiscent of a ghost story ? Narrow your eyes mysteriously and read on , read on . Shortly after dinner our representatives assembled for what later turned out to be the briefest meeting of the year . The meeting was brief , the reports were short- and to the point . Here s what was announced . 1 . Apparently operating upon the assumption that people are more intelligent in January than any other month , the International Relations Club has scheduled a series of discussions on world problems for the early part of next year . 2 . Jim DeSando arose with a fiendish grin , as if h...
Takes Place Monday Night [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Takes Place Monday Night ( Continued from Page ) receive their certificates shortly . Another group has been working in a nearby home for the blind . The Discussion Club has been treating I such topics as capital punishment and Catholic presidential candidates . Future plans include the use of assistant teachers , the development of new fields for CCD work , election of officers in the spring , and a reception of members early in the second semester . The yearbook photograph will be taken at this meeting . Refreshments will serve afterwards . Suffredini , a senior BS physics major , plans to attend graduate school . Besides being president of the CCD , he is the vice-president of the German Club .
softens [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
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Cranes Are Flying [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Cranes Are Flying ( Continued from Page 6 ) transition from a shot of Mark s feet treading through broken glass after an air raid to a shot of Boris s feet sloshing through the battlefield mud , the photography relies on trick effects to a degree that is out of proportion to their effectiveness . Of course , the debt to Eisenstein s montage theory is obvious , but this is a slavish imitation of that theory by men of not one-tenth Eisenstein s genius . The technique has degenerated into effects for their own sake , photographic melange rather than montage . The arty flashback at Boris s death is a particularly striking example of this sort of thing . The musical score by M . Vainberg is a frightful concoction of the most bombastic elements in the military band repertoire and imitations of composers from Offenbach to Tchaikovsky , and the audio engineers have managed to reproduce this on a sound track as scratchy as some of those which run between commercials on television . This is a...
Ben-Hur [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Ben-Hur ( Continued from Page 6 ) superspec is not a cinematic form , such as a Western . It is merely a particular way of filming any particular story which can lend itself to gigantic display . As such , it embodies no particular myth . It is merely an approach to a form . It can go whither it pleases . William Wyler has taken this approach as far as it can toward artistic greatness , but it would be foolish to think that it has actually reached it . The film sustains little comment beyond the technical , the questions which it raises are too glibly answered . It is a touching story , but an obvious one . Ben-Hur is a significant film from a historical standpoint . It must be considered the definitive way of filming a spectacle , but that is about all . Wyler has employed to perfection the devices of the superspec approach . Would that he had transcended them .
Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Council Capers ( Continued from Page 9 ) of you happen to have a nostalgic imagination , his picture may be found elsewhere in this issue . It s in the section entitled Who Was Who . ) Well , that s about all you missed , gang . The meeting was adjourned quickly and everyone headed for the basketball game . Everyone except me . I just went over , sat down on the piano bench and finished eating my banana .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
presently a member of the Junior Prom Committee and the Junior Class Council . Other members of the committee are : Thomas Anderson , Charles Mueller , John C . Clynes , Philip Ri Gaston Lectures ley , Mark Donovan , Steven McDonald , Tracy Johnson , William Gargaro , Michael Garden , Thomas Reynolds , James C . Healy , Edmond H . Bingham , Francis Kane , Kevin OShaughnessy , and Karl Western .
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
WITH BILL GILDEA _Sjiorts Editor Coach Lou Roussini confidently settled back on the New York bench as Tom Sanders moved off the floor and accepted the plaudits of his admiring teammates . The Violet center , listed conservatively at 6 6 , had made a convincing performance . For 36 playing minutes he had befuddled Hoya defenders with his catlike maneuvers and excellent faking . With such a distraction as soph backcourtman Ray Paprocky , star of a powerful frosh team last year for the Washington Heights aggregation , the Hoya defenders were not able to devote nearly enough time to Sanders , who eventually poured in 21 . Little advance notice of the deft left hander , Paprocky , came out of the NYU camp . But he adds a balance to the Violet five that will make them one of the top Eastern powers this season . In fact , even with the graduation of All-American Cal Ramsey , Roussini believes that this year will be the best for his Gotham group in nearly a decade . The lopsided score is su...
NYU Cagers Drub Georgetown . 70-48 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
NYU Cagers Drub Georgetown . 70-48 by Bill Dailey Before a capacity crowd in McDonough Gymnasium last Saturday night NYU s Violets , paced by 6 _ 6 All-Amer-ica Tom Satch Sanders and 6 1 sophomore Ray Paprocky , handed Georgetown s Hoyas their first defeat of the 59- 6 O campaign . The highly rated Violets , under the able tutelage of Lou Kossini , outclassed the spirited Hoyas in every department and never led by less than ten points after the first period . When the final buzzer sounded , Georgetown found themselves on the short end of a 70-48 score , thus equalizing their season record at one and one . Sanders , the biggest draw since Tom Gola packed them in McDonoughs arena in 1954 , netted 21 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for the victors , thereby notching high scoring honors . Paprocky , handicapped by a painful carbuncle on his right arm , nevertheless sunk 7 field goals and 2 free throws for a 16 point total . Sheehan Gets 19 Puddy Sheehan sparked the Hoyas with another ele...