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r _^ _ouncL-uto [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

r _^ _ouncL-uto As aresult of last January s Board Elections , The HOYA is in need of staff members in all our departments . The need is especially acute on our photography and business staffs , but many promising positions are also open . in both the writing and production of the paper . A meeting will be held this afternoon at 4 : 00 . in The Student Activities Room , at which an opportunity to . discuss your plans with the Editor-in-Chief will be afforded . All college students interested in journalism are invited to attend . We received a memo from Mr . Frank Evans to the effect that all those wishing to become members of the recently proposed Georgetown College Law Club must apply before February 22 . Applications may be secured either at the SPO or the Office of Special Programs in 104 White-Gravenor . This semester has been a time of change on campus and the latest victim is the Placement Office . Estill M . Guinane , the Director of Placement , called to our attention that t...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

_^ _rrts ana cJLetter 5 by Tom Martin Critics and Pelicans About forty years ago , following the renascence of AngloAmerican literature , there was given birth a body of literary criticism which has today grown to enormous proportions . Professional literary criticism , formerly the Frenchman s glass of wine , has now become respectable as the Anglo-American s cup of tea ( or coffee ) . Such literary innovations as Eliot s use of mythology as poetic scaffolding , and the stream-of-consciousness novel , to mention only two , provided a fertile climate for professional literary criticism . Through the 20 s and most of the 30 s , the wealth of original innovative literature provided sufficient nourishment for this hungry and rapidly growing brood of critics . But in the past two decades the body of original innovative literature has diminished greatly . All of which makes one wonder if the starving brood of baby pelicans , the critics , have not turned on the mother pelican , literatur...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letters To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Letters To The Editor To the Editor : Through the columns of the HOYA , may I express the gratitude of the members of the Sodality of Our Lady for the generous support cf the student body to our annual Thanksgiving Drive , which netted $ 400 for the Little Sisters of the Poor . Sister Geraldine , the Superior , writes : We wish to assure you and all the students at Georgetown of a daily remembrance in the prayers and sacrifices of our Community and in those of the aged confided to our care . Prayer is our only means of really expressing our gratitude and we promise those in your behalf to be as fervent as possible . ROBERT E . _DONOVAN , Prefect , Resident Sodality . To the Editor : Three or four days after paying the $ 500 charge for Room and Board during the second Semester , the administration arbitrarily decided to deprive me and some four hundred other students of meals during the semester vacation . The receipt I received for my money at registration entitles me to Room and Bo...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Editorial

Publication Title: Hoya
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The Council [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

The Council ( As you see , Council Capers was written by Bill Gargwro for the Council meeting of January 13 th and by Bill Farrell for that of February 6 th . Mr . Gargwro , our roving reporter , has taken an extended Semester vacation in order to establish branch HOY A offices in the principal cities of sunny California . We have assured Mr . Farrell though that he need not attend any more Council meetings , for Mr . Gwrga . ro will return next week in answer to the pleas of his many fans on the Council . — Ed . ) by Bill Farrell By the time this substitute got off the bench and into the game the Council meeting of February 3 , 1960 had come to order and was off and running . But , my foot had no sooner hit the squeaky step in Copley Lounge than the whole assembly , save only Miss Manahan , rose and applauded . Not a little flattered , I bowed gracefully and took a seat . I might add that -when Bubbly Bob Donovan came in , also late , he got no such reception . Mr . McAllister was ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Seminar Programs Promote Research [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Seminar Programs Promote Research Sullivan and Joe Suffredini SEMINARIANS . . . Bill The Physics Club of Georgetown is now offering a Physics Seminar which the club hopes will provide its members with more opportunities for indedependent research . Unlike many academic clubs , this organization is run as a regular class , awarding one credit toward graduation for sophomores , juniors , and seniors . Although freshmen are ineligible for any credit , those interested are invited to acquaint themselves with the operation and nature of the club . The seminar is a class conducted by physics majors for physics ma ¬ jors , according to Bill Sullivan , who is co-chairman along with Joe Suffredini . The organization has a standard system of class cuts and grading . Faculty advisement is provided by Dr . Beckel of the Physics Department . Membership is voluntary and definite projects are required from the members . The scope of these projects reflects the over-all interest and energy expounde...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Alumni Stage National Meet [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Alumni Stage National Meet On January 29 th and 30 th , the Alumni Association held its annual Board of Governor s Meeting . The Board Meeting brings the representatives of the Alumni Club to discuss the problems and ideas oi the Association , and in turn present to the Administration a progress report of the previous year . Mr . Paul A . Butler , as President of the National Alumni Association , presided at the two day meeting . The Rev . Brian A . McGrath , S . J ., the Vice-President of the University , represented the Administration . Fr . Moffitt Speaks Dr . James S . Ruby , the Alumni Executive Secretary presented the Alumni report . The Rev . Joseph M . Moffitt , S . J ., the College Director of Admissions , explained the admissions procedure and the importance of a personal interview by an alumnus . Fr . Moffitt said that the Alumni could help the Admissions office by visiting the high schools of their own regions , and encourage those interested in Georgetown to learn about...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Midnight False Alarm Evacuates New South [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Midnight False Alarm Evacuates New South Everyone had rolled into New South last Saturday in varying degrees of sobriety , when the silence of 1 : 00 a . m . was broken by a sound which has recently been growing more and more familiar . The fire-alarm started ringing and continued for about half an hour . Tired eyes peered out into the corridor and noses sniffed for smoke . Within two or three minutes priests and prefects were going down the corridors telling everyone to evacuate the hall . Trench-coats were sullenly and sleepily tossed over pajamas , and several hundred students calmly padded down the corridors and out into the night . Within ten minutes the hall had been almost completely evacuated , and a milling crowd stood on the driveway . Finally the bells stopped and everyone shuffled back to their rooms . For the benefit of the prankster and the rest of the students of New South , Father Bellwoar provided the following thoughts in a letter to the hall : The fire danger in N...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Fr . Lynch s Book Receives Medal The Image Industries , Father William Lynch s book on mass communications and entertainment , has merited the Thomas More Medal for its publishers , Sheed and Ward . The medal , awarded for the most distinguished contribution to Catholic publishing in 1959 , will be presented at the twenty-first anniversary celebration of the Thomas More Association in Chicago on May 1 . In citing Father Lynch s book , the Association stated that The linage Industries has been hailed by critics , reviewers , scholars , educators , artists , and by responsible persons within the communications industries as an original , positive and sorely needed exposition of both the basic problems and basic principles involved in the production of modern communications and entertainment . Writing as a creative theologian , Father Lynch showed how timeless Christian principles can be applied with dynamic and illuminating effect to complex contemporary questions . Father Lynch , Ass...

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Special Grant To Law School [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Special Grant To Law School Counsel for needy defendants in court will be available under the nation s first lawyer-internship program , now being established at Georgetown . The program will be conducted under the direction of Frank J . Dugan , Dean of the Graduate School , at Georgetown s Law Center . An anonymous donation of $ 57 , 000 will support a year s tryout , which will start in September . The course will lead to a master of trial advocacy law degree , the first of its kind in the United States . Most of the money will pay tuition and provide a $ 4 , 000 fellowship for each of ten young lawyers , recent graduates of top law schools across the country . These students will be graded both on classroom performance and on the quality of their work representing indigent defendants . Municipal Court Chief Judge John Lewis Smith , Jr ., said he has pledged 100 percent support for the program . It has great possibilities .

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Ike Joins Justices Honoring Fr . Lucey [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Ike Joins Justices Honoring Fr . Lucey SUPREME COURT HONORS FR . LUCEY . . . Justice Reed , Justice Clark , Fr . Lucey , and Justice Brennan . by Bob Young President Eisenhower recently joined leaders of bench and bar in Washington in honoring Rev . Francis E . Lucey , S . J ., Regent of the Georgetown Law Center . The President in a telegram to Father Lucey , read at a dinner January 26 in New South , said : It is a pleasure to join in the observance of your Golden Jubilee . In your fifty years of faithful service to the Church , you have added strength to the lives of your fellow men . As teacher , administrator , and counsellor , you are an example of the high calling of law and charity . Congratulations to you and best wishes to those gathered in your honor . 700 Guests Supreme Court Justices Brennan , Clark , and Reed ( retired ) and 26 other judges of municipal and Federal courts in Washington were among the 700 , with representatives from Georgetown alumni clubs throughout th...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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GU Radio Manager Featured On WRC [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

GU Radio Manager Featured On WRC GUEST BROADCASTER . . . Dick Schalk , WGTB Station Manager . Dick Schalk , WGTB s Station Manager , appeared on WRC radio last week . One of the Washington area s many radio stations , WRC , an NBC affiliate , broadcasts a special college program each Wednesday night from 9 to 9 : 30 . At that time , various personnel from the local college radio sta ¬ tions are featured . Schalk was interviewed by NBC s -Lee Dayton , and then had an opportunity to announce and prog-ram some of the music he had brought from WGTB s record library . He later commented on the show : I am very grateful to WRC for the opportunity given me to broadcast to all of Washington . The program develops much local interest , and all who take part in it receive a great deal of valuable experience . Dick is a senior military science and economics major from Chicago , where he attended Loyola Academy . The activities on campus to which he belongs include : the Student Council , WGTB ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Lanin s Orchestra To Provide Music For Junior Prom by Mike Duval Lester Lanin , a frequent entertainer at Georgetown , will be featured at _McDonough Gymnasium on February 26 for the Junior Prom . He will be accompanied by his twelve piece dance orchestra for the formal dance which will last from 9-1 a . m . The motif is to be centered around the enchantment of our fiftieth state , Hawaii . The committee , headed by Paul J . Coughlin , has made extensive plans to transform the gym into an island scene utilizing all the available resources on the mainland , the imagination and work of a very talented committee , and even professional props and consultants . Refreshments will be available at a bar service . Arlington Towers will be occupied for the first time by a Georgetown dance committee as the scene for Saturday afternoon s cocktail party . The hours from two to five will be filled by music supplied by a local band . Drinks will be served compliments of the committee . Paul has as...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Health Grant [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Health Grant Health scholarships in medicine are currently being offered by The National Foundation to undergraduate college students . Each scholarship , renewable annually for a tenure of four years , carries a stipend of $ 500 per annum , applicable to any accredited medical school . Senior students who are U . S . citizens and have been accepted by April 1 for admission to a fullyaccredited medical school are eligible for the scholarships . Interested students should see Mr . Frank Evans , Director of Special Programs , for further details . Final date for submitting applications to the Foundation is April 1 . Mock Assembly ( Continued From Page 1 ) were allowed to speak in either French or English , as simultaneous translation was provided for each meeting . This was Georgetown s first year in attendance , and before leaving , the delegates were briefed by the State Department on how best to represent the United States at the conference . The official United States stand was fi...

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ave a real cigarette-have a CAM [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960
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The Capers [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

The Capers Continued from Pasre clutchy little hand . No wonder those guys talk so much at the meetings . Dirty show-offs . But either Miss Manahan s announcement had a completely demoralizing effect on the Council , or else I was right when I said that this revision committee was making things dangerous , because an epidemic of personnel changeover seemed to . have been set off . Jim DeSando announced that he would be replaced next week by Mr . Pieroni . DeSando got a little applause also , but I suspect some of it was contributed by people who were still clapping for Miss Manahan . John Guare planted bothhands firmly on the table , raised himself to full height , and announced that he might not be with us next week either . As Guare shook his head , everyone discreetly looked down and he again took his seat . Poor John is presently the only person in this school whod gladly change places with Hollywood s Doctor Finch . Next it was Dick Kullen s turn . And we learned that although ...

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Grad School Greets Wash . Post ' s Meyer [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Grad School Greets Wash . Post s Meyer Yesterday the Graduate School was host to Karl Meyer , a member of the editorial board of the Washington Post . Mr . Meyer , who has just returned from an extensive trip in Latin America , was the first lecturer in a series about that area , speaking on Current Problems in Inter-American Relations . The series is presented by the Latin-American Forum , which is itself sponsored by the LatinAmerican Studies Program of the Graduate School . Its purpose is to promote greater understanding of Latin America , with its differing traditions and problems . The next lecture in the series will be on Tuesday , February 23 and will be given by Dr . Vasco Mariz . As Cul ¬ tural Affairs Officer in the Brazilian EmbassyDr . Mariz will speak on Twentieth Century Brazil : Economics . Other speakers include Dr . E . Verissimo , Mr . Maroilo Morrira , Mr . Ronald Schneider , and Mr . George Whyte . All lectures are held in Copley Lounge at 8 : 15 p . m . ; studen...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 11 February 1960

Juniors Combine Choice Of Queen With Fund Drive As part of their fund raising drive , the Senior Gift Committee of the Class of 61 is sponsoring the election of a Queen of the Junior Prom . Voting will be by a money ballot , each vote requiring the minimum of a nickel , and will begin on Monday , February 15 in the lobby of the New South Dorm . The candidate receiving the most money will be crowned at the Junior Prom on Febraury 26 . During the past week , the girls in their own colleges have been selecting their representatives . The candidates pictures will be on display in the New South lobby beginning Monday . Fund Raising The Junior Class , Senior Gift Committee Chairman , Charlie Matthews , says that voting will be open to all . The committee hopes to collect over $ 100 . 00 dollars from the election . Chairman , Matthews , adds , The Senior gift Committee hopes that through such imaginative fund raising drives as this , the junior class may be able to escape some of the finan...

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