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24 Games Open IM Basketball [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
24 Games Open IM Basketball The Intramural Basketball League got underway last week with a total of twentyfour games being played- ~ at McDonough Gym . In the AAA League , the defending champion Big Muvas , the Eglags , and Legal Eagles grabbed initial wins over the Grendels , Nurds , and Prefects . Kevin Hennessy scored 13 to pace the Muvas to a 44-34 win over the Grendels , while Joe DiMare s 16 led the- fast breaking Eglags to a 62-32 win over the Nurds . The Legal Eagles found things a little tougher in beating the Prefects 48-47 on a last minute basket by Paul Solomon . ¦ Touts , Slings , 2-0 . The Tavern Touts and Singapore Slings share the top spot in the AA League , a result of each winning their first two games . Bob Gilmartin led the Touts with 19 and 13 points in beating the Nips 45-40 and the Country Clubbers 41-20 . The Slings scored at will and whipped the Rebels 49-12 , but had to rely on a last minute basket by Dunn to take the EE Tigers 44-42 . Zitskis Bow In a re-p...
St . Peter s _, Maryland to Test Hoyas [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
St . Peter s _, Maryland to Test Hoyas This Saturday night Coach Don Kennedy will lead his experienced St . Peters basketball squad into JVtcDonough Gym to face the Hoyas . The Peacocks have nine lettermen returning from last season . The chief threat against Georgetown will be 6 5 junior Billy Smith , who scored 26 points last year against the Hoyas in a double overtime , 66-63 , victory for the Peacocks at Jersey City . As a soph , Smith hit for 524 points . The Peacocks have plenty of height with veterans George Haines , 6 6 , Bill Prettyman , 6 5 , Bill Shrekgast , 6 5 , and Smith . Coach Kennedy is also hoping to get some use out of sophs Jim Lamond . 6 9 and Pete Norton .
Polo Resume [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Polo Resume With the fall Polo season at a close , the Hoya horsemen are not to be seen in action at home until next spring . Meanwhile , Polo Club President , Jerry Shields , is planning a slate of indoor activity during the winter . All of these contests will be scheduled away . The highlight of this winter season will be the Intercollegiate Polo Tournament , which will be held in New York on the neutral ground of the Squadron A Armory . The date , which will probably be in March , is as yet unannounced . ( Continued on Page 12 )
Hoy as Trip GU Ties CU , Loses Coin Flip ; Vinton , Verdisco Mounts , 81-73 Booters Best American , 5-2 igjio i n NCAA's [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Hoy as Trip GU Ties CU , Loses Coin Flip ; Vinton , Verdisco Mounts , 81-73 Booters Best American , 5-2 igjio i n NCAAs The initial venture was a successful one for the Georgetown cagers last Wednesday night as they defeated a scrappy Mt . St . Mary s team by a 81-73 score . Possibly the victims of opening night jitters , the Hoyas played sloppily at times in the first half , but they came on impressively after intermission to insure the win . The score was deadlocked six times befo 2-e a Puddy Sheehan jump shot after twelve minutes of play sent the home team into a lead which it never relinquished and enabled them to build up a 36-31 _halftime lead . Mounts Rally Seesawing between a four and six point lead for most of the third period , Georgetown broke it wide open at the end of that period as Tom Coleman , Paul Tagliabue , Jim Carrino , and Sheehan combined for nine straight points . With ten minutes remaining the Hoyas had a thirteen point cushion and after extending it to eight...
John Carroll Cagers Rip Georgetown Frosh , 88-62 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
John Carroll Cagers Rip Georgetown Frosh , 88-62 Georgetown s freshmen found it tough going against Washington s number one high school power , John Garroll , as the Lions rolled with apparent ease over the Hoya yearlings by a convincing 88-62 margin thus dropping the frosh record to 1-1 . Down early , the frosh could never catch up , and only late in the first half when they cut Oarrolls lead to three points was it even close . Cat-like George Leftwich lead the devastation with 26 , and was followed by 6 10 John Thompson with 17 . Ed Lopata sank 21 , and Owen McGuill and Ron Kunkel 13 each for the frosh who were playing without the services of regular Don Watson . Walt Skinner hit with a push for Carroll , and Jim Brincefield matched that for the frosh , but then the dashing Lions ran up a string of fifteen points before Brincefield ended the six minute famine with Carroll . With three minutes left , another jumper to make it 17-4 , Leftwieh began to smoke , and his ten quick point...
Patuxent uxent [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Patuxent uxent Bows Frosh , 60-54 To In the opening game of the 1959 basketball season , Tommy OKeefe s frosh hoopsters won a hard fought game over the Patuxent River Naval Air Station by the score of 60-54 . The starting five was comprised of forwards Ed Lopata from Vandergrift , Pa . and Owen _McGuill from Springfield , Mass ., both of whom stand 6-5 . Stocky 6-4 Pat Doyle from Manhasset , Long Island , opened at center . In the backcourt were Don Watson , 6 0 , from Scranton , Pa ., Bon Kunkle , a 6-1 guard from Xavier High in Cincinnati . The frosh on many occasions exhibited an excellent use of the fast break . An aggressive defense was displayed by backcourtmen Watson and Kunkle as they repeatedly intercepted passes and started fast breaks . Both also showed themselves to be heady playmakers as the big men McGuill and Lopata were set up for many shots under the boards . McGuill Top Scorer McGuill was the top scorer with 18 points , followed by Lopata who had 14 . Both rebounde...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
Polo ( Continued from Page 11 ) Georgetown will be at a slight disadvantage because of the indoor playing , but they have arranged practices using similar facilities and their past record certainly qualifies them as an opponent to be feared . It is estimated that over 2 , 000 persons saw the horsemen compile a record of three wins to only one defeat . The win column included VirginiaPennsylvania , and Yale , while the single loss was to the Intercollegiate champion , Cornell . Individual high scorer for the season was Mike Eaoul-Duval with 13 goals . Player Games Goals Ave . Mike Raoul-Duval 4 13 3 . 25 Carlos Rizo-Patron 4 10 2 . 50 Rick Otto 2 4 2 . 00 Jerry Shields 4 7 1 . 75 Georgetown Goals : 34 ; Opponents : 12 .
_8 s > BERMUDA _WffW College Week Mm 1960 _WM _^ will be the G REATE ST ! • As always , the "Mixer" — College Day at the Beach . • And the All-Day Cruise to an an -cient fort with calypso , luncheon , gombey dancers and native bands . AND FOR THE FIRST TIME • INTERCOLLEGIATE JAZZ SESSIONSwith competition be -tween jazz combos of leading men's colleges . • COLLEGE WEEK REVUE— -amateur college talent ( YOU ?) , directed by a professional . • Barbecue Luncheon and Games Afternoon . • Special TROPHIES for Fishing , Golf , Tennis . ALL WITHOUT CHARGE . The BERMUDA Trade Development Board 620 Fifth Avc , New York 20 , N . Y . [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
_8 s &gt; BERMUDA _WffW College Week Mm 1960 _WM _^ will be the G REATE ST ! • As always , the Mixer — College Day at the Beach . • And the All-Day Cruise to an ancient fort with calypso , luncheon , gombey dancers and native bands . AND FOR THE FIRST TIME • INTERCOLLEGIATE JAZZ SESSIONSwith competition between jazz combos of leading mens colleges . • COLLEGE WEEK REVUE—amateur college talent ( YOU ?) , directed by a professional . • Barbecue Luncheon and Games Afternoon . • Special TROPHIES for Fishing , Golf , Tennis . ALL WITHOUT CHARGE . The BERMUDA Trade Development Board 620 Fifth Avc , New York 20 , N . Y .
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 December 1959
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Hilltop ' s Met Clubs Plan Holiday Fetes [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Hilltop s Met Clubs Plan Holiday Fetes Georgetown metropolitan clubs scattered throughout the nation are again sponsoring Christmastime holiday festivities for the benefit of vacationing Hoyas . Adequate opportunity will be afforded all lonely students to assuage their sorrow for being so removed from their Alma Mater . Chicago Club The Chicago Club will hold its Christmas dance on December 23 from 9 : 00 p . m . to 1 : 00 a . m . in the Salem Room of the Lake Shore Athletic Club . The dance is sponsored by the alumni and student members of the Chicago Club . Attendance at the dance will not be restricted to members of the Club . Tickets are $ 3 . 50 for members , of the Club . Tickets are $ 3 . 50 for members , $ 4 . 50 for others . John Cusack , president of the Chicago Club , and Tim Toomey , dance committee chairman and club treasurer , have set the attendance at the dance at an expected 150 couples . Mr . Cusack , and AB prelaw English major , stated that the dance will be the ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
GENTLEMEN OF GEORGETOWN : The joyous hymn of the Angels over Bethlehem sings to us of a glorious fulfillment and of an ideal still to be realized . Glory to God in the highest , and on earth peace to men of good will . In the Incarnation of the only begotten Son , immeasurable and perfect glory _tvas rendered to Him , and to the Father and the Holy Spirit , through whose loving operations the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity was conceived in our human nature and born this day of the Blessed Virgin Mary . In that stupendous mystery essential peace ivas restored between the offended God and our sinful _ivorld , in the hypostatic union of the Divine and human natures in the Infant Christ . For each of us also the angelic chant has a deep personal message and meaning . Peace on earth is promised to men of good will , to those who give glory to God in praise , reverence and service of Him , in observance of the precepts and in imitation o f the example of Jesus Christ , _% oho on tha...
GU ' s Future Growth Outlined by Fr . Bunn [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
GU s Future Growth Outlined by Fr . Bunn by William C . Farrell In a recent interview , Father Bunn , President of the University , outlined plans for future University expansion and the means used to finance this expansion . The purpose of this article is to clarify the position of the University on these points . The Science Building Next April work will start on the new Science Building . Because of the many technical problems arising from the complexity of plumbing and electrical installations necessary forthe laboratories it will not be completed until September of 1961 . The building , which will be used primarily by the College and Graduate School students , will make it possible to increase the number of students majoring in sciences and the number of science courses offered . Centralization will greatly improve efficiency , since recent discoveries tend to . link the various fields of science together . Work will be possible in the newer fields , especially atomic and nucle...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Polyglot Carolers To Sing Tonight In Native Tongues by John Walsh The Institute of Languages and Linguistics will present its annual Christmas Carol Concert tonight at 8 : 00 in Gaston Hall . The concert , a regular offering in the University s Christmas exercises since the Institute s inception ten years ago , has gained greatly in prestige and popularity since that time . Members of the audience will be entertained in the English , German , Russian , French , and Italian languages . Further emphasizing the university of Christmas will be the inclusion of the Arabic tongue in this evenings program . Members of each language group will compete for the Regents Prize of fifty dollars and the Director s Prize of twenty-five dollars . A panel of three judges will select the winning groups . It is interesting to note that ninety percent of the contestants sing in other than their own native tongue and , as the written program will show , all the various nationalities will be represented ...