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Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Council Capers ROSALIE WINS BACK HER MEGAPHONE WITH M _&lt;] GOOD GRAPES , AND AFTER . THE BIS SAME ... _fa _£ O £ 2 _ 2 ° by Robert Lyons On September 23 the Student Council held its first official meeting of the new school year . ( The little get-together reported last week was not an official meeting . ) Many of the members of last year s Council were in evidence , having merely gone underground for the summer and re-appeared under new titles . The blase expressions of these Student Council Career Men contrasted markedly with the bright eyes and freshly scrubbed faces of the newcomers . The meeting had no sooner begun than the rules were suspended to allow Captain Frederick Thomas of the GU Police Force to address the Council . The gist of Captain Thomas speech is reported elsewhere in this issue , and I will not go into it here . One point made was rather interesting though . This was Captain Thomas announcement that the old rule excluding women from the campus after 10 ...
SPO Says "Judge Not Lest Ye Meet Judge " [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
SPO Says Judge Not Lest Ye Meet Judge What s in a name ? Shakespeare once asked . Freshmen and upper-classmen dealing with the main SPO share the same sentiments concerning the new Assistant Student Personnel Director , Mr . Robert K . Judge , S . J . After spending his novice years at Wernersville Novitiate in Pennsylvania , Mr . Judge takes over the post held by Mr . Geary recently . Mr . Judge graduated from Loyola College in Baltimore before entering the Society of Jesus . At Wernersville he minored in history and is currently interested in the early beginnings of the Society in America . While at Georgetown he expects to delve into the early history of the College . As Assistant Director of the SPO , Mr . Judge s main duty will be as an aide to Fr . Ryan in advising and supervising the underclassmen , with stress on the advising capacity . Mr . Judge , who is also the Jesuit prefect of Collier Hall , plans to start a dialogue Mass in Dahlgren Chapel in the near future . HOYA Na...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Capt . Thomas ( Continued from Page 1 ) nurses situation was unfortunate _, but said that he could neither make nor change regulations ; his duty was to enforce them . He suggested that if his office were notified in advance of special events , the admission of women could , perhaps , be arranged . Besides security , Captain Thomas and his force have inherited the job of traffic control . Captain Thomas told the Council that a traffic court would be set-up at which he would preside . There is also to be a representative of the Student Personnel Office on the court . Captain Thomas asked that the Council appoint a representative as well . Serious oases , or cases in which a student flatly denies the charges against him , will not be handled by the court , but will be turned over to the Student Personnel Office for settlement . The force was organized at his suggestion , said Captain Thomas , because a number of eases of theft and vandalisms on campus in resent months had shown the ol...
Dargasons Form ; Kingstons Quake [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Dargasons Form ; Kingstons Quake The Kingston Trio now has a rival—two Hoyas and a Tiger have teamed up to form the Dargasons . Last Easter Bev Galloway , a soph AB government major in the Honors Program , Norrie ONeill , a classmate AB English major , and Bob Hider , an orchestration major at Princeton s Westminster Choir School , committed a few songs to tape . RCA pressed the record , and their agent , Vic Sands ( Universal Attractions ) , saw that it made the rounds of the record companies . Those familiar with the pop music business know that every company receives tons of demonstration records every year , most of them remaining strictly demonstration . In the case of the Dargasons , their record passed the first hurdle , and last weekend they appeared personally before the A&amp;R ( Artists and Repertory ) division . So far , they have auditioned at RCA , Capital , Roulette , and Strand . In addition to livening the Rat Rac . e at 3 : 15 Sunday , they will again spend...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
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Alaska s Loss Is GU s Gain ; McElhone Leads Air Cadets [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Alaska s Loss Is GU s Gain ; McElhone Leads Air Cadets AFROTC NEWCOMERS . . . Left to right : Lt . Colonel McElhone and Sergeant Knick . by Tim Murphy Replacing Major John Murphy as Professor of Air Science at Georgetown is Lieutenant Colonel James McElhone . Colonel McElhone comes to Georgetown from his prior station in Alaska . Originally from Chicopee Falls , Massachusetts , he graduated from Saint Anslem s College in Manchester , New Hampshire . During World War II Colonel McElhone was commander of a reconnaissance squadron in the Mediterranean . He has been awarded both the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal . The Colonel , who has spent 19 years in the service , is married and has four children . His oldest daugh ¬ ter is a freshman in the Foreign Service School . The Cadet Commander of the AFROTC Group on campus is Cadet Colonel Joseph R . Kempton Cadet Kempton is a senior from Greensboro , North Carolina , who is majoring in English . Last year he commanded the Dow...
The _AAaGIC Lailtern ( Continued from Page 3 ) [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
The _AAaGIC Lailtern ( Continued from Page 3 ) of the camera work as by the tempo of the action . The chiaroscuro use of black and white photography , with soft shades of white dominating the scenes of pleasant childhood and darker tonalities characterizing the scenes of frightening dreams , as well as the texture of the film used in the dream of death scene , contributes to this unity of effect . The dream of death , calculated to produce a terrifying emotional impact , and the trial dream , with its Kafkaesque atmosphere of the incomprehensible and the irrational , are both directorial gems , but both are kept subordinate to the main flow of the story . The cast , headed by Victor Sjostrom , whose portrayal of Dr . Borg is exquisite , is uniformly good . The values which the film discusses are Christian and universal . However , Bergman has resisted the impulse to generalize his conclusions to the detriment of the unique and particular character of the story he is telling . The fi...
HOYA [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
HOYA Names Sachs and German Clubs . Sophomore Greg Sachs was elected the new Rewrite Editor . A premed student , Greg s hometown is Lutherville , Maryland . A graduate ( Continued from Page ) of Loyola High School in Baltimore , Greg was a reported on the HOYA staff last-year . He plays the clarinet in the Georgetown University Band .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
_^/ THE / THREE GAY BLADES i Touche , varlets ! cried Altos , skewering four of the King s Enemies like shish kebab upon his gleaming blade . Turning calmly , he watched Pathos and Bathos wrestle the fiendish English archvillain , Lord o t ue im G son oor , an su rare comrades ! he shouted . France is Well done castle for saved ! Let us go to my aunt s nearby rest and Sehaefer beer j y antechambers i his valiant Let us retire to friends huzzahed . the smooth round Schaefers got never sharp , never flat _»» taste The gay blades were taking their the great m ease and single bottle of gleaming silver tankards Sehaefer . Hallo ! Just credulously . No , all for snatching up for all ? expostulated Bathos in one one ! exclaimed the beer . the greedy Pathos , En garde , Pathos ! murmured swash and reaching for his foil . Altos buckling his Pathos ! echoed En garde OS e no Save your steel Cardinal s Guards for the gentle- m men , smiled a youth from the doorway , and answer this riddle : Wha...
Student Council [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Student Council ( Continued from Page 2 ) . Vice-President of each class , and the following allotment of Council Representatives—five seniors , four juniors , three sophs , and two fresh men . This arrangement -would , in effect ( 1 ) set up an all-electivt Council and ( 2 ) provide a greatly increased underclass representation and yet still permit the experienced upperclassmen a majority . In anj case , the 1959-60 Council must study various reports and investigate similar Constitutions at other schools ; it must receive advice from faculty members and students ; and it must insure that its work in this regard will produce a document that is definite , complete , and adequate , as well as in keeping with the established traditions and customs of Georgetown . Some may ask , Is a Student Council , as we often envision it , compatible and desirable in a Jesuit institute of higher learning ? I believe that the Rev . Lorenzo K . Reed , S . J ., former principal of _Canisius High School...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Letters ( Continued from Page 2 ) development of beings . Ich bin der Kampf , writes Hegel a propos of the infinite aspirations and the finite possibilities which characterize the human person ( Philosophy of Religion , ed . Lasson , p . 241 ) At times Hegel represents the human mind as the battlefield of these conflicts . This contradiction with oneself , howeveris a source of progress and , therefore , a mark of superiority . We have still not exhausted the different meanings of Hegels universal contradiction . The expression to be contradictory points sometimes to another fundamental characteristic of thingsthat they are in their essence relative to something else . This constitutive relation is very often called by Hegel contradiction . This being relation ( i . e ., contradiction ) is carried on into the synthesiswhich is fundamentally relation to both its original terms . In that sense , even change can be called contradiction , for it is essentially movement towards a term . ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
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"I Should Have Stayed Home " Horrible Hazing Crime Depicted [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
I Should Have Stayed Home Horrible Hazing Crime Depicted Dargasons they could put together an audience . . At present their repertoire includes some 40 numbers . With Bev on the tenor guitar , Norrie on the six-string guitar , and Hider wielding the tenor banjo ( at present he is also learning the six-string ); the Dargasons compose several ar : . ( Continued from Pagre 5 ) rangements and _/^ or new songs at every meeting . Among their own arrangements- are AVimoweh and I Hear the , Spirit Moving ; Sailors Women is a &gt; : composition of ; their own . . By the way , a dargason is a type of English folk song .