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Council Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Council Capers I by Bill Gargaro Last Wednesday evening Georgetown played a basketball game ( its alright to mention this because we won ) which took priority over the Student Council meeting in being broadcast on WGTB . So the devoted followers of that stirring serial , The Council s Good Counsel , had to miss their favorite program and become sport fans for an entire night . It is for the benefit of these saddened listeners that the following script is published . OPENING MUSIC . . . UP & OUT . , . ANNOUNCER : Good evening-, Ladies and Gentlemen , and welcome to another hour of The Council s Good Counsel . Tonight you will hear Robert Snoddy say . . . SNODDY : . . . O . K ., McAllister , you dirty double crosser , we got you covered . Start talkin _* . ANNOUNCER : But first a word from our sponsor , Marty s Cafeteria . SPONSOR : ( Bewildered ) Anybody know what s happened to the cafeteria ? ANNOUNCER : Uh , well , thank-you , Marty . And now for the show . As our scene...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

— _* _trtd and _eJLetteri by Tom Martin Charles le Paradoxe To understand some of General de Gaulle s recent political and military actions , which have appeared so puzzling and seemingly contradictory to Western aims , it is imperative to understand if only in simple outline his mystique , his concept of Western history , and the part that Prance plays in that history . In the Western alliance where America should play a leading role , we think of Eisenhower as the reconciler and coordinator of differences of policy between members of the alliance . He plays this role because , to all outward appearances , he has no long range policy that will extend into and shape the future . This is not true of de Gaulle . De Gaulle has a policy , outlined in his memoirs , which is based upon his philosophy of history , and which he is putting into practice now and projecting into the economical , political , and military future of Europe . Because this theoretical policy is being examined merel...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Giard to Oxford [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Giard to Oxford If there is still anyone on this campus ignorant of the fact , our article on page one will inform him that Georgetown has won her first Rhodes Scholarship within memory . While extending well-earned congratulations to Mr . Giard , we would also like to point out that there were two Georgetown men under consideration in the finals . Although Walt Nicgorski was not one of the thirty-two finally selected , attaining the finals in the Rhodes selections is in itself an outstanding achievement . Although Georgetown has been used to seeing her students , especially in recent years , receive a good number of Woodrow Wilson , Root-Tilden , Fulbright , and other fellowships offered for advanced study , Georgetown s showing in the recent Rhodes competition should remove finally and forever any lingering vestige of the group inferiority complex which has seemed at times to infect a good segment of the student body . Two important additions have been made to the Georgetown scene...

Publication Title: Hoya
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To the Late Editors [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

To the Late Editors When a debt of gratitude is owed somebody , it is usually quite difficult to put that debt in words . When this debt is owed to no less than nine people , it becomes that much more difficult to express . We feel , however , that we should try . The retiring editors of the HOYA are quite a crew . Dick Kullen accomplishes so much with such non chalance that we are not quite sure he isnt a set of twins . Dennis Duffy manages to do all things with brilliance and a wisecrack . Tony DeLucia handled the Hoya s business problems with a professional touch , and earned our respect in a hundred ways both small and large . Bill Gildea always had the situation well in hand ; he did his own layout , edited his copy , and wrote most of the headlines for the Sports pages _, but was almost always the first man done . Bob Lyons wit and good judgment will be missed both in print and on Sunday and Monday nights . Tom Kovats did one of the most demanding jobs on the paper with a prec...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Letters To The Editor To The Editor : I am at somewhat of a loss ( and rather embarrassedly so , being a philosophy major ) to understand the logic behind the movement of Marty s Caf into New South ; or perhaps its just my sentimental nature getting the best of me . Not only do I wonder how much the fact that the location of the old Marty s an ideal place where students could , and generally did , meet , was considered when the decision to move was made ; I further wonder how important the fact was that as a gathering place ( not wholly _unlucrative , to be sure ) , Marty s contributed in some small way to the coherence of the student body . In addition , there are certain other questions which I am at a loss to explain both to myself and to others . On the purely money level ( with which we re all highly concerned ) , I cannot quite see why a convenient location , as Marty s was , conducive to the volume of trade that it apparently had ( some of it due solely to its convenience ) ,...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

_fcCouncl-u p By way of starting our proprietorship of this and the adjoining two columns on a pleasant tack , we would like to point out that the 400 or so people who enjoyed the pre-Christmas Yuletide Concert owe a vote of thanks to Jim Delaplane , president of the Glee Club , for arranging the evening on behalf of the Student Council . Hoy a drama lovers will be interested to know that Friedrich Duerrenmatt s suspense masterpiece The Visit will be playing at the National from February 1 through 13 . The cast is headed by the husband-and-wife team of Alfred Lunt and Lynne Fontanne , who created the role on Broadway . We include a few selections from a booklet being passed around campus to advertise the New South Cafeteria for the edification of student body , to wit : A very breath-taking view . Gives us a birds-eye view of mother nature at work all four seasons of the year . We also enjoyed : And talk about making it convenient for us . Listen to Operation Self-Bus-sing . All you...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Editor-in-Chief MICHAEL J . LEAHY Associate Editor . RICHARD C . KULLEN Managing Editor KARL WESTERN Business Manager . TOM DWYER News Editor BEN CABELL Sports Editor . BILL DAILEY Feature Editor . GREG SACHS Copy Editor JAMES E . SCANLON Advertising Manager BART CHRISTOPHER Photography Editor . PETER MAXFIELD Make-up Editor -TIM BIDDLE Circulation Editor RALPH MAZZUCA Executive Secretary JOSEPH SICHLER Moderator . EDWARD I . BURNS , S . J . Published by the students of Georgetown College every Thursday during the college year except for vacation and examination periods . First class postage paid at Washington , D . C

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Senior , Junior Committees Working On Class Gifts [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Senior , Junior Committees Working On Class Gifts CHARLIE MATTHEWS & MICHAEL GIBBONS . . . Junior and Senior Gift Chairmen . Michael J . Gibbons , Chairman of the Senior Gift Committee of the Class of 1960 . reports that approximately half of the money for the gift has been raised during the first semester . This year s senior class is striving to collect six or seven thousand dollars , which will be used to buy a basic record and tape collection for the library and will outfit an Audio Room to hold the collection . The project is one that is out of reach of the university budget at the present time , and yet , in many ways , it is almost a necessity for any twentieth century university library . One of the rooms in Healy will be made over into this Audio Room . Modern Library Equipment Tentative plans include providing six individual listening units , a central Hi-Fidelity unit , a tape recorder , and a basic collection of four or five hundred spoken records and tapes (...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

The Magic Lantern by Dennis _Duffit and Philvn Qmnn Solomon and Sheba Assuming that the movies have taken 40 steps forward , Solomon and Sheba is 60 leaps backward . Go back , little Sheba , must have been its motto . This regression involves a number of factors , the first of them being Hollywoods dangerous ( to itself ) notion that the only way to bloom anew is to sow the screen with spectacle upon spectacle . After all , TV cannot equal the screen in this respect . The Greatest Story Ever Told , Liz Taylor s Cleopatra , and others are being filmed in the belief that they will bring forth as much green fruit as Ben-Hur . Despite its seeming logic , this trend may rather present a host of financial flops . ( We may take for granted their artistic floppery . ) The public grew tired of the horde of musicals , many of them decent enough , which sprang up in the late forties and early fifties . One Singing in the Rain , was fine ; a dozen singings began to sound caco ¬ phonous . It is ...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Eta Sigma Phi Lists Lecturers for Series [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Eta Sigma Phi Lists Lecturers for Series ETA SIGMA PHIAN . . . BUI Cumberland , President Man s eternal quest for knowledge goes on ! Georgetown s chapter of Eta Sigma Phi is once again sponsoring a series of lectures designed to introduce the student to some of the more scholarly aspects of college life . Tradition and Change In Modem Thought is to be the topic of this year s series . February 4 will see the opening lecture delivered by William Wimsatt—literary critic from Yale University . Mr . Wimsatts thesis will be : Aristotle , Oedipus Or Else . He will be followed in turn , during the first week of March , by Rev . Martin DArcy , S . J . by then returned from Oxford . The first week in April will witness the arrival of John Wild of Harvard , who is to speak on : Philosophy and Freedom in the World Today . Rev . William Lynch , S . J ., has agreed to address the society later in the semester . Discussions Concurrent with these lectures are scheduled a series of roundtable disc...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Tomorrow the Georgetown College Journal will attempt to penetrate the pre-exam gloom with its second issue of the semester . Designed to be both light in tone and brief , it features a satire by Tom Allen which , with the aid of fold-out pictures , will shed some light on some of the foibles of the college merry-go-round . The title For Immediate Release is complemented by a sub-title , Who s Not Who in American Colleges and Universities . Tom , a senior , follows up with a second contribution The Image Sought , a study of two rather precocious eight year olds . Senior Bob Mendel writes of a stereotyped suburbanite who has a chance to break into adventure at a resort . His story is called If You re the Type . Nicholas Tomorrows Journal Aims for Lighter Tone Kilmer , winner of the poetry contest in the last issue switches to quite vehement prose entitled New Year , while junior Chris Hankinson s Sara , a study in dream psychology , closes out the fiction . Heading the important poetr...

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Robots Oust Marty ' s [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Robots Oust Marty s by Bob Desmond Another feature of Ye Olde Georgetown has crumbled to be replaced by the new . Marty s cafeteria in the basement of White-Gravenor is no more than a fond memory just a wisp of nostalgia to be placed on the shelf like the proverbial wazoo . A monster has been created , the scourge of the working man , Automation . The once homey atmosphere featuring smiling waitresses , the smell of frying- hamburgers , and the table with beckoning mayonnaise , and a community spoon for mustard , catsup , and pickles , is gone forever . As you enter the door , you are confronted with a mass of steel-clad animals eagerly devouring dimes and quarters and belching forth anything from cherry jubilee , bologna and cheese , to Danish pastries . Ah ! the Danish pastry , what sage could compose a story that could capture all the emotions contained in the procedure of getting one piece of Danish pastry . First is the anxiety as you plunge desperately through your pockets try...

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Chem Club Sets Active Program Under Bill Risen [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Chem Club Sets Active Program Under Bill Risen Bill Risen , a sophomore dayhop from Bethesda , Maryland , fresh from his unanimous election as president of the Chemistry Club of Georgetown , has stated an energetic program for the club in the coming months . Stating the over-all objectives of the club in a recent HOYA interview , Bill first emphasized its twofold nature . Both as the Chemistry Club of Georgetown , with a membership of chemistry and biology majors , and as a local chapter of the Student Affiliate of American Chemical Society , the club promotes research in chemistry on an undergraduate level . As an entity in itself , the group will also explore the field of chemo-medico research , an area of interest to the pre-med students in the club . He will also open the club to the freshmen during the spring semester . Promoting this general program , a full schedule of lectures by distinguished guest speakers , field trips , and the showing of technical films is planned . Dr ...

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j _ Al See Russia Han I 960 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

j _ Al See Russia Han I 960 Maupintour _>^ Economy Student / Teacher summer tours , American conducted , from $ 495 . Russia by Motorcoach . 17-days from Warsaw or Helsinki . Visit rural towns plus major cities . B Diamond Grand Tour . Russia , Poland , Czechoslovakia , Scandinavia , Western Europe highlights . Collegiate Circle . Black Sea Cruise , Russia , Poland , Czechoslovakia , Scandinavia , Benelux , W . Europe . B Eastern Europe Adventure . First time available . Bulgaria , Roumania , Russia , Poland , Czechoslovakia , Western Europe scenic route . B See your Travel Agent or write 1603 16 th St ., N . W ., Washington , D . C

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Chance to Relax before Finals !! Last The Catholic Club of Presents Act Mystery January by Ayn Rand Georgetown Three Drama Sixteenth Night of Holy v * • ¦ Theatre N . W . Saturday At I I _Illfll V 36 th 15 & O Streets and 8 : 30 p . m . Friday January 16 January Orchestra— $ 1 . 25 Balcony— $ 1 . 00 25 Box Office opens at 7 : 00 p . m and 10 to 2 p . m . Saturday ¦ , _Sfivilr Book Shop 3236 P Street N . W tf _^ cK k J \ _, H _, < y \ _-U a __ Ar tee . % U . _& * A- U . u _ ¦ & _- K _tCL u irv y . ee u-e P- u . e _CL ) Z U . € . Cr JLo u > r _y- LL C _P ( X- AD 3321 _t- o VI a- , _l ,. Let safe NoDoz ® alert you through study and exams ! studying for you want to Does make exams zzz-zz If hitting the books ever makes you drowsy , NoDoz is the fast wakerupper you need . NoDoz Stay Awake Tablets deliver an accurate amount of safe stimulation to keep your mind and body alert during study and exams . How ? With caffeine—the same pl...

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Morality Of Cheating Discussed By Forum [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Morality Of Cheating Discussed By Forum CHEAT OR NOT TO CHEAT by Prof . Riley Hughes , of _Georgetown . University ; Dave Roxe , President of the Philodemic ; Moderator Matthew Warren ; Richard Kullen , Associate Editor of the HOYA ; and Jerome Ellison of the University of Indiana . by Bill Farrell Cheating-, its moral implications , and its part in the future , or lack thereof , of American life was the subject discussed by the Georgetown University Forum in tapes made for broadcast this month . In two discussions , one for radio , the other for television , panelists Jerome Ellison , Professor Riley Hughes , Dave Roxe , and Dick Kullen discussed cheating as a whole and in relation to an article entitled American Disgrace : College Cheating , written by Ellison and printed in the January 9 , 1960 that is the question discussed issue of The Saturday Evening Post . In his article , Ellison made the rather sensational charges that cheating was the accepted thing in American Colleges a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Arts & . Letters ( Continued from Page 2 ) political system . // one of these two possibilities should occur and if Anglo-American hegemony threatened France s interests , then a Franco-Russian alliance might be feasible . If de Gaulle mistrusts Anglo-American policy , his distrust is based upon two decades of reluctant , ambivalent , Anglo-American recognition of him and what he stands for . And his distrust of present NATO policy is a concomitant of his distrust of Anglo-American policy . NATO was erected upon America s nuclear monopoly which no longer exists . Yet we continue to refuse to give France atomic secrets as if we still possessed that monopoly . America asks de Gaulle , self-identified with France and her interests , to trust and consider America as France s staunch ally while at the same time America refuses to give France atomic secrets that even India is reported ready to make use of . With the recent Russo-American rapprochement it is becoming more and m...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 14 January 1960

Bermuda Beckons Vacationing Hoyas For Easter Break Even as the mention of Easter vacation brings tears of joy to the eyes of every stout-hearted college student , so this year , it will have a special significance for a certain number of Georgetown University students . With the conclusion of the final pre-holiday class , their thoughts will turn southward , to the beautiful island of Bermuda . Together with girls from Marymount , Visitation , Trinity , and several other Eastern girl s colleges , thirty-five Gentlemen of Georgetown will wing their way to that enchanted isle of fun and frolic . They will arrive in time to take full advantage of the seemingly endless number of activities scheduled for the annual College Week , which virtually takes over the island each year at Eastertide . Students from colleges all over the nation annually converge on this tropical oasis to forget ( for a few days ) their studies , and to soak up enormous quantities of that famed Bermuda brand of sun...

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