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Niagara , Duquesne Try Hoyas [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Niagara , Duquesne Try Hoyas Tonight the Hoy a _cagers face one of the top powers in the East when they take on Niagara in their second road engagement of the year . In their first away contest last Monday night , Georgetown was defeated by Maryland 59-48 . The Hoyas take an over-all 2-3 record against Niagara . Coach Taps Gallagher , now in his 26 th year as mentor at Niagara , has molded a well-balanced aggregationone of the best in the East . His team has fine speed and shooting with depth at the guard positions . Al Butler , potent outside shooter , is the top threat against the Hoyas tonight . Experienced regulars are Butler , Sal Vergopia , Len Whelan , and Don Jones . On Saturday night , the Hoyas will be hosted by Duquesne in Pittsburgh . Smashed in the final round of the Steel Bowl Championship last weekend by Pittsburgh , 75-44 , Duquesne has a solid front line which includes pivotman Bob Slobodnik , George Brown , and Frank Grebowskiwith sophomore guards Billy Strom and B...
American Cagers Top Hoyas , 65-60 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
American Cagers Top Hoyas , 65-60 by Bill Dailey American University s high flying Eagles snatched a victory from the arms of Georgetown s cagers in the closing minutes of last Wednesday evening s fracas , dealing the Hoyas their second consecutive loss of the young season . Georgetown decisively out-rebounded their local rivals 65-31 but nevertheless wound up on the short end of a 65-60 score , failing to capitalize on several of their opportunities . For a while it appeared that the Hoyas would never possess a lead in two straight games . Then , with but four minutes left to play , Tommy Coleman climaxed a scintillating last period rally , stealing the ball at mid-court and putting in a driving layup that sent Georgetown out in front 56-55 . Puddy Sheehan sunk two free throws to give the Hoyas a three point advantage , their largest of the night . From there on it was AU s show as they netted ten points to the Hoyas two and claimed the victory . Jones Gets 17 Little Willie Jones ,...
Eagles , Touts Show Way ; Ales Take A League Lead [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Eagles , Touts Show Way ; Ales Take A League Lead by Bob Pruner The Intramural basketball league moves into its third week with the Legal Eagles , Tavern Touts and Ales leading their respective leagues . The Eagles won their second game of the season , a 58-48 conquest of the Eglags . Paul Solomon scored 21 for the winners and Joe Sraeel tallied 15 to pace the Eglags . Frank Hogan was too much for the Grendels as they faltered in the second half and bowed to the Prefects 45-41 . Hogan scored 25 for the Prefects first win in two starts . OMeara Gets 22 The Tavern Touts continued their hot pace in the AA league with a 44-37 win over the Wheezers . Dave Adams had 13 for the Touts but was outscored by the Wheezers John OMeara who had 22 . The Ales and Viking AC remained deadlocked for second place with wins over the Chinese Bandits and the Hot Shots . The Ales had to come from behind with Al Hibbert s 14 points to down the stubborn Bandits 28-23 , while Mike Solomon s 12 points paced th...
Hoyas Rip Pete's By 15 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Hoyas Rip Petes By 15 Dan Slattery hit on a jump shot in the opening minute of play last Saturday night at McDonough Gym , and the basketball Hoyas were never headed as they handed St . Peter s College of Jersey City their first setback of the young season , 95-80 . Backcourt star Puddy Sheehan led all scorers with 29 pointsand dazzled the Peacocks with his stealing tactics and ball-handling wizardry . When the Peacocks put on an all court press in the final stages , it was the heady ball handling and dribbling exhibition of Sheehan that ran out the clock . The Hoyas got a lot of help from Slatterya soph starting in his first game for Georgetown . Slats ended up with 13 , and another second year man , Paul Tagliabue , 6 5 forwardcame off the bench to get 16 in the second half for the young ( Continued on Pafire 10 )
Man with Great Record Hoya Track Coach , Hap Hardell , Feted [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Man with Great Record Hoya Track Coach , Hap Hardell , Feted by Joe Lee A long overdue tribute tc a fine man took place this past Saturday night as Coach Elmer P . Hardell was feted by his many boys at an honorary dinner at the Washington Touchdown Club . From his very first football team at McKinley Tech in 1920 to his present track team at Georgetown , the men whom he has coached , the men whom he has made came forth to show theii respect and admiration for the man known simply as Hap . Nearly four decades have passed since Hap began his coaching career . S And what a career it s been ! I First Squad A Winner j His very first team went undefeated , but that was merely a _^ sample of what was to come . In f fourteen years of coaching high school football , Hap had a record ! of 47 wins , 7 loses and 5 ties in league play . In those years , his teams won eight championships and tied for two others , scoring 1063 points , yielding only 153 . His record as a track coach reads the same...
American [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
American ( Continued from Page ) steals on defense . Top man in the rebound department was Paul Tagliabue with 15 followed by Matan and Sharpenter with 11 apiece . Dick Wells grabbed ten rebounds for the victors . GEORGETOWN FG FT TP PF Sheehan 7 7 21 5 Matan 4 19 2 Tagliabue 3 17 4 Wolfington 12 4 2 Carrino 0 0 0 3 Slattery 2 0 4 1 Sharpenter 12 4 5 Coleman 3 3 9 1 Force 0 2 2 0 Totals 21 18 60 23 AMERICAN FG FT TP PF Jones 6 5 17 3 Beauchamp 4 3 11 3 Brummer 3 3 9 2 Clements 3 2 8 2 Howell 14 6 2 Waller 13 5 3 Wells 2 5 9 4 Totals 20 25 65 19 IM Standings ( Continued from Page 8 ) Blue Blade All Stars 1 0 Procrastinators 1 0 Oakaboolapongas 1 0 Nips 2 1 Colts 1 1 Zom Zitski 1 1 Hot Shots 1 1 EE Tigers 1 2 Chinese Bandits 1 2 Diablos 1 2 Wheezers 1 2 Lazy Lunics 0 1 Cool Cats 0 1 Rebels 0 1 Indians 0 2 3 rd Healy Rebels 0 3 A W L . Ales 2 0 Kings 1 0 Vikings 1 0 Lotsa Luck 1 0 Les Tricheurs 1 0 Push Overs 2 1 Opposites 2 1 Padres 1 1 Rebels 1 1 Rockets 1 1 Animals 1 1 3 rd Healy Ya...
American JV's TopHoyas , 96-8 5 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
American JVs TopHoyas , 96-8 5 On Wednesday night , Tom O Keefe s freshmen team dropped a 96-85 decision tc American University s JV s . This loss put the frosh season record at 1-2 . The two teams fought on ever terms for the first ten minutes , with the lead changing hands several times . But Bob Lindquist , whc was to be a thorn in the side oi the frosh all night , sank a jump shot that put AU ahead 21-20 , and the Eagles were never headed again . Hoyas Rally In the second half , AU really turned on the steam and with eight minutes left led by 75-55 . Jim Brincefield and Ron Kunkle sparked a rally that saw the little Hoyas trailing by only six , 89-83 , with three minutes left . The Eagles spent a good deal of the remaining time at the foul line , as the Hoyas desperately tried to gain possession . Linquist netted 38 . Tops for the Hoyas were Ron Kunkle with 25 , and Jim Brincefield with 23 , and Ed Lopata with 11 .
Sailors Capture Frostbite Regatta [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Sailors Capture Frostbite Regatta I Last weekend in a two-day rejjgatta co-sponsored by Georgetown _and George Washington , the Hoya sailors captured the Frostbite Re- . gatta . In winning , Georgetown deIfeated Bowdoin , who held the title ffor two straight years . i In division A , the Hoyas were [ led by Bill OConnor and Ben \ Daly , and in division B , it was _3 ? ete Sylvester and Dick Burkley iwho showed the way . High winds jon the Potomac resulted in damage to much equipment and a total of _tfour boats were tipped over . Final rundown : GU 100 , Bow- ; jdoin 94 , GW 70 , Lehigh 65 , RutIgers 58 , Stevens 43 , Swarthmore ? 39 .
DeMatha High Wins Fourth At GU Frosh Expense , 95-61 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
DeMatha High Wins Fourth At GU Frosh Expense , 95-61 by Mike Maker Unbeaten DeMatha High scored its fourth consecutive victory with an easy 95-61 win over the up and down Hoya freshman team . DeMatha , considered a major contender for the Catholic League basketball title , was paced by a phenomenal scoring outburst byDoug Endres . The 6-1 forward bucketed 41 points which is 2 points short of the Washington Catholic League single game scoring record . DeMatha s Stags started out fast and gained a wide margin over the young Hoyas in the early moments of play . Many of these early points came on foul shots as several frosh were in foul trouble by the end of the first quarter . However , during the waning minutes of the second quarter , a rally led by jump shooting Ed Lopata and driving Jim Brincefield brought the frosh within 6 points of DeMatha s lead . John Herbert , a tricky 5 8 guard , then took over for the Stags and brought them to a 43-32 half time lead . Kunkle Gets 17 During t...
Hoyas Top Peters , 95-80 ( Continued from Page 8 ) [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Hoyas Top Peters , 95-80 ( Continued from Page 8 ) Hoyas . Tag was forced to sit out most of the first half after being charged with three personal fouls in the first period . Smith Slowed St . Peter s found the Hoya defense just too much to cope with in the opening 20 minutes . Bill Smith , high scoring junior forward who netted 524 points last year , couldnt find the range in the first half . The Georgetown defense wouldnt allow him to get set up for his favorite jump shot near the foul circle , and consequently were able to hold Smith to four points before intermission . After the mid-day break , the Georgetown offense sagged a bit , but Tagliabue tossed in three straight buckets and five in just five minutes to end practically all hopes for a St . Peter s victory . Sheehan hit on 13 of 14 charity tosses and was 8 for 14 from the field for his best performance of the year . Tom Coleman had his hottest night so far with 22 . Although Smith was held to just one field goal in 16 eff...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 17 December 1959
Athlete of Week Is Brian Sheehan For the second consecutive week , WGTB _ s Athlete of the Week is Puddy Sheehan . Sheehan sparked the Hoyas in both the American and St . Peter s games . He tallied 21 against the Eagles and 29 in the Peacock game to lead Hoya scorers both times . Sheehan has scored 86 points through the first four games for a 21 . 5 average .
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Boss Leahy Heads [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960
Boss Leahy Heads 60 Editing Board SOLID RANKS . . . Led by Editor-in-Chief Mike Leahy , the 60 HOYA Editorial Board poses for its official photograph . Second row : Karl Western , Managing Editor and Thomas V . Dwyer , Business Manager . Third row : Greg Sachs , Feature Editor ; Ben Cabell , News Editor ; and Bill Dailey , Sports Editor . Fourth row : Bart Christopher , Advertising Manager ; Ralph Mazzuca , Circulation Editor ; and James Scanlon , Copy Editor . Fifth row : Joe Sichler , Executive Secretary ; Joe Croft , Headline Editor ; and Pete Maxfield , Photography Editor . ( Missing : Tim Biddle , Make-up Editor . ) With the coming of the new year , annually the HOYA undergoes the complicated process of electing a new Editorial Board . It is done at this time of year in order that the old members might advise the new workers as they embark upon the task of creating our weekly paper . The Editor-in-Chief , and the man responsible for the paper as a whole is Michael J . Leahy , a...
George Giard Garners 1 st Rhodes Scholarship [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960
George Giard Garners 1 st Rhodes Scholarship DEAN AND RHODES SCHOLAR Giard discusses his future plans Dean , of the College . George Giard has been chosen one of thirty-two na-tion-wide recipients of a Rhodes Scholarship . The Rhodes Scholarship . _continues for two years and Lifers the option of taking a third year . Giard plans to attend Magdalen College of Oxford and obtain j an AB in Jurisprudence or Philosophy . If he takes the third year option , he expects to study for a BCL ( Bachelor of Civil Law ) . After the regular school year of three eight-week terms at Oxford , the Scholarship winners are encouraged to take advantage of the traveling opportunities throughout Europe . The final selection of the thirtytwo winners occurred during the Christmas vacation . The process of selection begins with an interview of approximately twenty students from each state . This number is reduced to two students , who report to one of six eight-state regions . Then , from these districts , f...
Science Building Rises At Price Of $ 3 , 000 , 000 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960
Science Building Rises At Price Of $ 3 , 000 , 000 _wm&amp;mEEmsstismm ----- ;~ ~ r : _r J-rmm :: * mm _, 33 -mxJa ARCHITECTS CONCEPTION . _tfhich is slated for completion in The Georgetown University Science and Research Building is under way . Work on the three million dollar plus ( without equipment ) project is due to start late this spring-, according to Father Byron T . Collins , the University Physical Plant Administrator The target date for occupancy is September of 1961 . The first step in this type of project , says Fr . Collins , is the administration s working out a general program . The next thing is finding the necessary space to put it . Plans for the center , to be built , . of the new Science Building September of 61 . between White-Gravenor and Ko-ber-Cogan , were first drawn up in 1954 . The present , and final , blueprints are about the tenth of a series . This building will support the Gorman Research building , and will house a science library about hal...