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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
JOB OPPORTUNITIES A General Motors will be representative January 6 on campus Contact your college placement office interview to an arrange Looking deep m into the nature of things At the General Motors Research Laboratories , physicists employ radioactive isotopes and other ultra-modern techniques and tools in their search for new scientific knowledge and an understanding of the many laws of nature that continue to perplex mankind . Although a lot depends on a man s ability , enthusiasm and growth potential , there s every chance for advancement in many fields for General Motors scientists and engineers . Theres virtually no limit to opportunity at GM . Fields of work are as varied as radioactive isotope research , astronautics , automobiles , aircraft engines and inertial guidance systems—to mention but a few . If you wish to pursue financial aid . ea And since postgraduate studies GM offers each GM division is autonomous yet can grow in two directions—up through your or to the si...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
_SrSPQlLC » HIH 1 S _M&amp;nan I V _&gt;^&gt; ( Author of I Was a Teen-age Dwarf The Many I _^ _ _ _» - _* _r Loves of Dobie Gillis , etc . ) DECK THE HALLS When you think of Christmas gifts you naturally think of Marlboro cigarettes , leading seller in flip-top box in all fifty states—and if we annex Wales , in all fifty-one—and if we annex Lapland , in all fifty-two . ( This talk about annexing Wales and Lapland is , incidentally , not just idle speculation . Great Britain wants to trade Wales to the United States for a desert . Great Britain needs a desert desperately on . account of the tourist trade . Tourists are always coming up to the Prime Minister or the Lord Privy Seal , or the Thane of Glamis , or like that and saying , I m not knocking your country , mind you . It s very quaint and picturesque , etc ., what with Buckingham Palace and Bovril and Scotland Yard , etc ., but where s your desert ? Before I forget , let me point out that Scotland Yard ...
Added Hazards [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Added Hazards Face Repeaters In New Cafeteria To ID cards , registration forms , requests for extended leaves , and other complexities of life at Georgetown , another twist is being added . According to Mike MacAllister , chairman of the Student Councils Campus Facilities Committee , a new system of checking for meals will be inaugurated after the Christmas vacation . The present system , whereby all four serving lines in the New South cafeteria can be used by any student , will be dropped in favor of a system in which juniors and seniors will use one-half the serving facilities while freshmen and sophomores will be relegated to the other two lines . Upon presentation of your ID card you will be given a plastic disk with your number on it . This will be turned in at the end of the line , not to be used again until the next meal . According to MacAllister this will prevent a good many unauthorized meals from being served . It will also prevent duplication of meals , where students ha...
Med Research Program Aids High School Pupils [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Med Research Program Aids High School Pupils Georgetown University will the threatened shortage of inaugurate a new research physicians and dentists . program this summer design- _J \ Z _% y _iZt _^ _FrTS ! ed to point a way to help meet trict and metropolitan area high schools , public and private , to do research work in the Schools of Medicine and Dentistry at the Georgetown Medical Center and prepare for careers in medical and dental science . These students will participate as members of various teams actively engaged in some basic or clinical science , Dr . Hugh H . Hussey , Dean of the School of Medicine , and Dr . Clemens V . Rault , Dean of the School of Dentistry , said in a joint report . The teams will generally include , in addition to the high school student and faculty investigators , a medical or dental student research fellow . The selected students will be permitted and encouraged to use the Medical Science Library . Weekly seminars will be held during the entire s...
University Budget [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
University Budget The following summary of income and expenses for the recent fiscal year contains the highlights of the audited report of the University Treasurer , Fr . Joseph Cohalan , S . J . ORDINARY OPERATING INCOME Tuition and other student fees $ 4 , 230 , 361 . 83 Other operation income 616 , 145 . 39 Sponsored research 2 , 658 , 765 . 97 TOTAL $ 7 , 505 , 273 . 19 EXPENSES Instruction and research $ 2 , 986 , 327 . 76 Sponsored research ( direct expense ) 2 , 576 , 640 . 21 Administrationstudent services 1 , 404 , 740 . 51 Institution : Libraries $ 296 , 173 . 40 Maintenance 488 , 834 . 96 Student aid-unfunded scholarships 155 , 111 . 50 Athletic Association deficit 131 , 260 . 89 TOTAL $ 8 , 039 , 089 . 23 # * # * # DEFICIT $ 533 , 816 . 04 Annual Giving—July 1 , 1958 to June 30 , 1959 $ 191 , 054 . 00 Endowment and general reserve income 264 , 386 . 31 NET OPERATING DEFICIT $ 78 , 375 . 73
Scabbard , Arnold Societies Elect 14 New Members [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Scabbard , Arnold Societies Elect 14 New Members Running their candidates through a vigorous informal initiation in which wooden swords and model airplanes abounded , the military honor societies on campus accepted twenty-four new members . The AFROTC Arnold Air Society for the first time in its history accepted sophomore members . They are : J . Barry , W . Benedetto , J . Connell , A . Cote , J . Derrico , J . Gayette , J . McGavitt _, R . McGuiness , R . Mielbrecht , R . Russell . Junior members are : E . Cotter , L . Covello , R . Kennedy , R . Walsh . Lone senior is T . Whyte . Sword-bearing Scabbard and Blade pledges passed a week wearing a prescribed uniform and attending 6 : 30 a . m . meetings featuring close-order drill and physical conditioning . Pledges were : seniors M . Cinnamon , G . Magness , P . Tanous ; juniors J . Barbieri , M . Leahy , P . Limpert , R . Riccio , J . Sponski , J . Valiaent . Cadet Colonel George Kane described the society as An Army honor society ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
G . U / s Growth ( Continued from Pagre 1 ) disrupting classes and other activities . When completedthe Center will have improved classroom facilities , a better library , an administration building and a dormitory for 300 students . The five million dollar project will be completed by 1964 , the year of the University s 175 th anniversary . The Medical School Library When finances permita one million dollar Medical School library will be added to the present Medical School . The date cannot be set at presentbut it is hoped that it will be built soon . Financing- the Expansion The funds for the expansion program come from sources other than the tuitionroom-and-board fees paid by the students . The normal operational costs are not covered by these incomes , and such costs must be paid partially by the gifts of alumni and other benefactors . No money from the students is spent for expansion . The dormitories were paid for with lowinterest loans which are paid back over a 40 year perio...
WGTB Broadcast [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
WGTB Broadcast ( Continued from Page ) campus after the Christmas holi- mote broadcasts . Bill Gildea and day . Tim Murphy do the announcing , Away games are carried to with George Rachmiel supplying Georgetown over telephone wires crowd color and statistics . George specially rented for the day at a Budd and Pete Borowski alternate cost of $ . 10 per airline mile per as engineers . hour , plus an installation fee at _^ _JJ jl 10118 _^ remote broadcast by _thepointoforigir _. The program is _J _™ _ _^ _wafS _STS then relayed to the WGTB studio days when Georgetown had a footin the basement of Copley , fed into ball team and one o £ their games the transmitter , and broadcast . was called in from Tulsa , OklahoA crew of four men runs the re- ma .
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
? w s while you re minutes home vacation on 9 futw few invest _tn yow m IBM SEE ay as wen as a nap a warm welcome ua en , ma e a pro lie lve you re a emor IBM . Youll Take time to investigate career opportunities at of nearly 200 branch offices . Just call the manager any and ask for an appointment . what the people are like He is expecting you . . . what we do . . He will tell you what how rapidly the data sort of company we processing industry are expanding . And job satisfactions ] he will tell _s _, prestige , you what earnings , has been training we and offer qualified college graduates opportunities for promotion . : career in applied of direct and indirect sales , We need men and women for variety careers in administration , programming , manufacturing , engineering research and p roduct We want men and women with imagination , ambition , and unusual ability . devel business opment . call me for the location of the office home Please nearest your Mr . R . T . Burroughs , Inte...
Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Council Capers ( Continued from Page 3 ) cause he was quick to ask if McAllister thought another Student Council representative from each class would help matters . Yes , said McAllister . Mr . Cadden sat down a little bewildered , but conscious that he had asked the wrong question . Tony DeLucia brought one side of the battle to a head by saying at the end of the hour that he felt the very vehemence of the discussion was enough to merit setting up a committee at least to look further into the possibilities of changing the present Student Council . It takes a lot of courage to challenge the unanimous respect always afforded Mr . DeLucia , however Dave Roxe held firm in his opinion that we do not yet have enough information about the matter to set up such a committee . So there the compli-capers were called at a draw for the evening . We have obviously not heard the end of this . It looks like a long , interesting , and profitable debate . But it s going to get hotter , these guys ar...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Students Rejoice ! Mugs Overthrow Brief Paper Reign Listed high among the scientific wonders of the modern world is the new found diversity of uses for an old familiar product—paper , and just a few weeks ago this product began to affect life at Georgetown . We mean the simple , brown , and rather curlicue-printed papers that recently replaced the honest , sturdy , and comfortably familiar mugs of Marty s Campus Coffee Shop . Have you ever tried to linger over coffee as the lip of the cup slowly sags from sogginess ? Have you ever tried to quickly rouse yourself in the morning with the caffeine cure only to encounter the lipcurling texture of bonded paper ? Did it make you happy ? And havent you been glad to notice the return of those comfortably hand-filling mugs , of marvelous familiarity ? Perhaps you wondered why it all happened . . . A while back , as Marty Gallagher told your reporter , they took away the sink that had been used to wash the coffee mugs . Since this made it dif...
Med . Research [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Med . Research ( Continued from Page 5 ) Medicine and Dentistry . A novel feature of the program is that any student in a college preparatory course , regardless of his major field of interest , is eligible . Candidates must provide a letter of reference from a high school science or mathematics teacher and another from a social science , art , history , language , or English teacher . Applications will be reviewed by a committee at the Medical Center and selected applicants will be interviewed . Application forms and reference letters must be submitted by February 15 , 1960 . Applicants will be notified of their selection or rejection by April 1 , 1960 .