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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

University Deficit Now Approaches $ 80 , 000 Mark Figures recently released by the University Treasurer , Fr . Joseph Cohalan , S . J ., show that the University sustained a net operating- deficit of $ 78 ,- 375 . 73 for the fiscal year 1958-59 . Ordinary operating income for the year amounted to $ 7 , 505 , 273 . 19 , while expenses totaled $ 8 , 039 , 089 .- 12 . Gifts , endowment funds , and general reserve income reduced the overall deficit by 86 percent , to the net operating deficit . The greater part of the income came from tuition and other student fees , amounting to $ 4 , 230 ,- 361 . 83 . Although sponsored research was the next largest source of income , it was almost entirely offset by its associated expenses . Chief item in the expense column was instruction and additional research , accounting for $ 2 , 986 ,- 372 . 76 . Other large sums went to administration , library services , maintenance , student aid , and unfunded scholarships . The net deficit had to be covere...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letter from the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Letter from the Editor Editors come and go , but traditions remain . In this case , it is my very great pleasure to be able to fulfill one of the most well founded of all the many traditions which are Georgetown , that of thanking my associates on the HOYA Editorial Board and staff for all their efforts during the past months . - several months . Their interest and friendlinesstheir in , , telligence and wit , their diligence and self-sacrifice have not only made this paper possible , they have made the paper . Retiring with me in January will be six other seniors ; for those interested in statistics , this amounts to one-half of the editorial board . A special debt of gratitude is owed to these men not only by myself , but also by the HOYA . Dennis Duffy wrote articles , captions , heads and leads ; he read and corrected copy ; he keyed pictures and ads ; in short , he managed , and if any one person can be said to represent the HOYA at its best and to be responsible for the best t...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Catchall The title of this editorial is one which fits this whole issue of the HOYA . Not only is this the last issue of the paper until the middle of January , it is also the last issue of the present editorial board . There have been many loose ends which we have attempted to bind up in this issue . But it is both useless and frivolous to attempt to tie up the work of any one editorial board in a nice neat bundle , not only because many editors continue from one board to the next , but also because of the steady , continuing feature the HOYA is in campus life . The viewpoint of the individual editor may change , but the view is ever the same : the best possible Georgetown . In the past , we have been concerned with maintaining and increasing the bonds of mutual friendship and respect among the four classes ; with increased participation in activities and politics ; and with student efforts to secure the best possible student body for Georgetown . It is these general , overriding c...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Editor-in-Chief RICHARD C . KULLEN , JR Managing Editor DENNIS _DUFFTi Business Manager ANTHONY _DeLUCLA News Editor MICHAEL J . LEAH * Sports Editor . -WILLIAM J . _GILDED Feature Editor ROBERT W . LYONS Copy Editor . THOMAS A . _KOVATi Advertising Manager ROBERT DlMAIC Photography Editor BILL FARRELI Make-up Editor JOHN M . SNYDER Circulation Editor RALPH MAZZUCA Executive Secretary BEN CABELL Headline Editor KARL WESTERN Rewrite Editor GREG SACHS Moderator EDWARD I . BURNS , S . J . News Staff : Joe Alexandre , Martin Arbagi , Mark Baldwin , John Consolini , J im Delaplane , Robert Desmond , Ted Egan , Joe Fallon , John Felago , Mike Foran , Dan Griffin , Steve Hanink , Tom Harron , John Hayes , Dave Kleiler , Ed Krovitz , Ed Leonard , Ed Masterson , John McGraw , Barry Merghardt , Joe Niederst , Art Paone , John Pierz , George Roche , Pedro Rosado _, Al Ross , Steve Stoll , John Walsh , Joseph Walsh . Sports Staff : Jim Brincefield , George Budd , Bill Dailey , Marshall Fitz , A...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Letters To The Editors We have a letter dated December 10 , 1959 , in the office disagreeing with Mr . Duffy s Who s Who critique . Unfortunately , we are not able to publish communications without any sort of signature . Upon receipt of a signature , the Editor-in-Chief will make every effort to publish the letter , and wi ll hold the authors name in strictest confidence . To the Editor , I read Dennis Duffy s letter which appeared in the last issue of the HOYA with much interest . I agree ¦ with him in every respect . It appears to me that the only thing that Who s Who accomplishes is to give a slight boost to the ego . At first I thought that the employment placement service would make it worth while to fill out the forms and spend the four cents for a postage stamp to send them in . However , after considering the advantages of having someone that does not even know me write a reference for me I decided that it wasnt worth it . However , I am very grateful to those who nominated...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Season s Greetings On behalf of the HOYA Editorial Board and staff , I would like to take this opportunity to extend to the students , faculty , and administration our sincere wishes for a very merry Christmas and a holy and happy New Year . In all the bustle of last minute tests , packing , etc ., we might just remind you of the long-established Georgetown tradition of receiving Holy Communion before departure . However , this is no guarantee against accidents or mishaps on the road , so take care . It s trite but true that a safe Christmas is a happy one . Have a good vacation .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

r _^ ouncl-up Hound-up has been almost rounded out of existence by the stories and editorials of a let s tie up the loose ends nature . There are , however , a few things to note . We have been asked to announce that registration is now open for the summer session of the George-town-Fribourg program , which will run from July 11 through August 20 , 1960 . Information is available from the summer school office on campus . We would also like to express the thanks of the student body for the Christmas concert last night . We are not sure whether or not our Council Capers columnist , Gargaro , originated the idea of casting Ben Donovan as Santa Claus , but the idea was a stroke of genius . Our congratulations and a sincere Well done to the Student Council . Have a good vacation ; well see you on January 14 .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Council Capers by Bill Gargaro [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Council Capers by Bill Gargaro For : The Student Council meeting for December ninth , nineteen fifty-nine . 6 : 30 p . m . Copley Lounge . Needless conformity !—that s what Jim Cadden called it . Aimless ! claimed Dave Roxe . Nebulous , admitted Bob Donovan . Necessary ! insisted Mike McAllister . Words like these were lavishly bandied back and forth like ping-pong balls at the last meeting of the Student Council . For an entire hour one question was hotly debated . The only intermission we were given was by Mr . Giard , who suspended parliamentary rules in order that Robert Dufort might announce the Medical Center s blood drive which was held in Copley Lounge this • week . No sooner had Mr . Dufort made his point than we were back to the festivities . And it soon became obvious that the Medical School is not the only one around this campus who s out for blood . It all started , as they say on television , with Mr . Donovan s report on the special committee which was set up at the e...

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Sacred Heart League Stirs With New Life by George Roche [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Sacred Heart League Stirs With New Life by George Roche There has been a rebirth of one of Georgetown s extra-curricular activities . After years of decline , the League of the Sacred Heart , founded in 1888 , is acquiring new life . The movement that is setting it back in its place of importance is primarily a freshman one . The man behind this movement is Ed Brennan , himself a member of the class of 63 . He is an AB student from Bridgehampton , New York . Ed belonged to the League in his home town and inquired about it upon his arrival at Georgetown . He started a membership drive at the request of the League s present moderator , Father Pitts . The group is formulating plans for the future . The obligations of membership are few and the benefits are great . The indulgences applicable to members are numerous . Here is what the League requires of its members : 1 . Attendance at Mass once a month . The members meet in Dahlgren Chapel every First Friday at 4 : 55 p . m . to say spec...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Philosophers Publish Last Year ' s Lectures [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Philosophers Publish Last Year s Lectures A booklet containing the lectures given last year under the auspices of the Georgetown University Philosophy Club is currently on sale for the price of one dollar in the bookstore of White-Gravenor . Included in this volume are four lectures given by Doctors Desan , Dupre , Durfee , and Martin . The first two are members of our own Philosophy Department . These professors , in the order listed above , presented the following lectures : The Philosophy of Jean Paul Sartre ; The Dialectical Development of the Idea of Man in Kierkegaard s Religious Existentialism ; An Unresolved Conflict Between Realism and Existential ¬ ism ; and Whitehead s Philosophy as Postulating Metaphysics and Ideology . The preface was written by Dr . Thomas McTighe , Chairman of the Philosophy Department of Georgetown University . Special thanks are due the officers of the Philosophy Club , in particular Mr . Ronald Lesko , Mr . Thomas Nelson , and Mr . William McBride ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Richard Matthews Officially Retires From GU Library Next Wednesday , a retirement party will be given for one of Georgetown s best loved and most colorful employees , Mr . Richard Matthews . This summer , at the age of eighty-three he was officially retired , completing eighteen years of service with the University ; for three years in the Treasurer s office , and since nineteen forty-four performing clerical and messenger work for the Library . Despite his advanced age , Mr . Matthews has had the best attendance record of any Library employee , missing only four or five days in the last fifteen years . Born in County Tipperary , Ireland , he became associated with the Jesuits as a youth by attending Clongowes Wood College . ( This school is famed in literature for the fact that James Joyce began his formal education there . ) Afterwards he ran a hotel which his father had owned and eventually set sail for America in 1912 . After securing a position with the Post Office Department ,...

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Pressman Lawrence 1 st Gaston Speaker [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Pressman Lawrence 1 st Gaston Speaker The eleventh season of the Gaston Lecture Series commences at 8 : 15 Monday night , January 11 , at Gaston Hall . The Ex-President of the National Press Club , Mr . William Lawrence , whose talk is entitled The Washington Scene , will comment on the opening Congressional session , and its more colorful personalities and issues . After the half-hour talk by Mr . Lawrence , there will be a question and answer period with queries welcomed from the general audience . A reception for the guest speaker will follow in Healy Parlor , with invitations limited to the 17man Gaston Lecture Committee , and guests of the University . The Committee members , chairmanned by Joe Naegele , an AB premed junior from Cleveland , Ohio , will act as ushers at the function . Mr . Lawrence , a New York Times correspondent , has been a member of the White House Press Corps for the past fifteen years , and was nationally televised as the moderator of Khrushchev s debate ¦...

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Dr . Rice Appointed Chemistry Chairman [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Dr . Rice Appointed Chemistry Chairman It was announced by Fr Bunn on December 7 that Dr Francis O . Rice has been appointed Chairman of the Department of Chemistry . Dr . Rice had been serving- on the Georgetown faculty as a research professor since September . Dr . Rice was born in Liverpool , England , and received his doctorate in science _from the university of that city in 1916 . After the conclusion of the war , he came to this country on a Princeton fellowship and served on the faculties of NYU and Johns Hopkins as an associate professor . In the fall of 1938 , he assumed the chairmanship of the Chemistry Department at Catholic University . Over the years , Dr . Rice s principal contributions to his chosen profession have been the more than eighty research articles he has published and his collaboration on three scientic books .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

WGTB Transits GU Away Games Via Remote Setup Hoya sports fans will continue to hear home and away games over WGTB for the remainder of the season . All the basketball games so far have been broadcast at the familiar 550 spot and all home games and most of the away contests will be broadcast during the rest of the season . A new innovation this year will be the taping of Georgetown s games in the Providence tourney for broadcast on ( Continued on Pasre 6 )

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
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Hoya Political Scene Chaotic and Confused [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Hoya Political Scene Chaotic and Confused by Mike Duval The Republicans Last week s meeting of the young- Republicans proved to be a prime example of complete chaos . Major problems : accept or reject a platform of ideals and standards . This had to be done section by section , word by word . Club President Bob Bauman started the proceedings with the platform s declaration of faith . Briefly , this affirmed that there was a God and that all YEs should love their mothers and eat apple pie . It passed — unopposed . The next section concerned itself with the national budget . The debate that followed was both confusing and pointless . Accusations and counter-accusa-tions were flying about and it ended up with everybody raving at everybody else , and nothing con ¬ structive accomplished . The substances of the argument was whethor not the word new should modify budget . The case was hypothetical anyway , so what s the difference ? At any rate it was a grand fight . Clen Ryan s incessant...

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Hoya Heralders Fill Gaston With Carols [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

Hoya Heralders Fill Gaston With Carols The annual Christmas concert of the Hoya Heraldersa combined choral group from the college and Nursing School , was presented in Gaston Hall Sunday evening . As a relatively new organization on campusthe Hoya Heralders were a somewhat obscure group until their well-attended performance this week . Selections of Christmas carols comprised both sections of the concert . The first section consisted of Adeste Fideles Carol of the Drum , Christmas Day , Holy Mother Sings ( a solo by Sheila Hickey ) , LoHow a Rose E er Blooming Maria Walks Amid the Thorn , and Carol of the Bells . The Holly and the Ivy O Holy Night ( a solo by Eileen Fitzsimmons ) , Winter Wonderland , and Away in a Manger comprised the first part of the second section . The audience was then requested to participate in the singing of O Little Town of Bethlehem , and The First Noel . The group closed the evening with the singing of Silent Night . Kirstan Illmer and Florence Carleton ...

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GUNS Blast Of ft Blood Drive [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

GUNS Blast Of ft Blood Drive By four P . M . on December 14 th the annual blood drive had obtained only forty pints of blood and by five P . M . the total had barely reached sixty . This was far short of the quota of eighty-five and the committee waiting in Copley Lounge was noticeably dissapointed . The only resort was to seek assistance from the Nursing School . In reply to a plea for this cause delivered over the public address system at GUNS , donors began to arrive . Although there had been no advance publicity for this drive at the Nursing School a tre ¬ mendous response brought the grand total up to one hundred and four pints . Chairman Bob Dufort explained that comparing the proportion of the Nursing School students who donated to that from the college , we can hardly fail to acknowledge our debt of thanks to them . Dufort is a senior BS biology major who is a graduate of St . Josephs High School in Buffalo , New York . Serving on the committee for this year were Jim DeSando...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959

war . Mr . Roxe then rose up , hung his headand admitted that he did not understand womenmuch less their logic . The debate ended . The Democrats Immediately following 1 the Young Republican farce , we trotted up to the Philodemic Room where two YR s from Trinity ( yes , they were girls ) were engaged in debate with our very own Dave Roxe and Pete Craven who were representing the YD s of Georgetown . The topic of debate was : The present administration has failed to provide adequate defenses for our nation s security . I cant believe that it is necessary to state who was on which side . Of course after the YR meeting . . . . Back to the debate . The girls were trying to prove that by NOT being prepared for limited warfare , we would have the advantage in the event of an all-out Another hour wasted . So off I went to bed convinced that Georgetown has what it takes to produce politicians .

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