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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
On Campus with _MocShukan ( By the author of Rally Round the Flag , Boys I Was a Teen-age Dwarf , etc . ) FASTER FASTER College enrollment continues to spiral upward . The need for more classrooms and more teachers grows more desperate daily . But classrooms , alas , do not spring up like mushrooms—nor teachers like May flies . So what must we do while we build more classrooms and train more teachers ? We must get better use out of the classrooms and teachers we now have . That s what we must do . This column , normally a vehicle of good-humored foolery , ay torsake laughter to examine the m higher as bonny a bunch of tycoons as you will see in a month of Sundays , have given cheerful consent to this departure . Oh , splendid chaps they are—the makers of Philip Morris , fond of home , mother , porridge , the Constitution and country fiddling Twinkiy and engaging they are , as full of joy , as brimming with goodness , as loaded with felicity as the cigarettes they bring traditional s...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
WITH BILL GILDEA Sports Editor Waiting for the White Sox to stop any National League opponent , I note : That the AL entry in the World Series commencing this weekend would have a more difficult time handling Milwaukee s Braves than the transplanted Dodgers . The Braves offer much more power at the plate than either Los Angeles or the Chisox . Henry Aaron , with . 355 and 122 teammates driven over home plate and Ed Matthews , with 45 homers , 112 rbi s and a . 309 stick mark lead the Milwaukee attack . Joe Adcocl and Del Crandall are no slouches either with a bat in hand . Warren Spahn ( 21-15 ) , Lew Burdette ( 21-14 ) , and Bob Buhl ( 15-9 ) head the mound corps . The Dodgers have no league leaders in average , home runs , or runs batted in . In this respect , LA is very much like the Sox , who find themselves shy on attack . The Californians have strong pitching in Drysdale , Craig , Podres , McDevitt , and Koufax . But Los Angeles would have its troubles with the Sox . Managei W...
Versatility Key Feature Among Eight Scolarship Track Stars [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Versatility Key Feature Among Eight Scolarship Track Stars NOW THIS IS HOW ITS DONE . . . Track coach , Hap Hardell meets a group of frosh scholarship recipients . by Tim Murphy Versatility is the common characteristic of this year s freshman track hopefuls . All eight of the yearling- track men boast impressive records in two or more events . Perhaps the most versatile of the incoming freshmen is Jack Reilly from Mount Saint Michael s High School in New York . Jack won the 1000-yard race in the high school nationals with a time of 2 : 16 . 1 . He has impressive times in all events from the quarter to the mile . He has done the 440 in 50 . 1 ; the half mile in 156 . 6 ; and the mile in 4 : 21 . 9 . In addition , he was the member of an . undefeated two-mile relay team . St . Michael s Product Also from Mount Saint Michael s High School in New York is Jack Hall . Jack runs both the quartei mile and the half mile . His besi ¦ time in the former while in high school Wias 49 . 9 , while...
Polo Team In Soccer Season Home Opener Opens Oct . 10 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Polo Team In Soccer Season Home Opener Opens Oct . 10 Fresh from an impressive , though losing , effort last Saturday afternoon at Virginia , the Georgetown polo team opens its home fall slate this Saturday at 3 : 00 p . m . at the Belvoir Polo Club on the Woodlawn Plantation . The Hoyas bowed 5-3 to a powerful Cavalier threesome rated second nationally among intercollegiate polo clubs . Georgetown trailed , 4-0 , at halftime , but rallied strongly in the second half to throw a scare into Virginia . Mike Raoul-Duval had one of the Hoyas markers while Carlos Rizo-Patron scored twice . Captain Jerry Shields rounded out the team . In order to see the action this weekend , simply take US Route 1 south for approximately 15 miles to Junction 235 at Route 1 and the Belvoir Polo Club . The following Saturday , October 10 , Georgetown will host the interContinued on Page 11 ) _ . nursaay uoacn Benedek greeted a first day turnout of twenty-five soccer candidates , including six lettermen . Im...
Four Ftosh CGarner age Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Four Ftosh CGarner age Scholarships Believe it or not , basketball is almost in the air ! Already the freshman and varsity coaches are looking over their prospects for the coming season . Tommy O - Keefe , the freshman mentor , is especially anxious to see his scholarship candidates , as they are expected to form the nucleus of this winter s frosh team . OKeefe is looking forward to the first practice which will be held on October 15 th . Because of the quality of the schedule for this year the team will see a great deal of plain hard work in practice . For the players there is of course the extra incentive of rivaling the performances of the freshman teams of the past two years . Last year , the Hoya yearlings achieved a 15-4 record , and the year before it was 18 wins and one loss for the yearlings . Four _Cagrers There are four freshmen on scholarship this year . One , Bill Johnston , hails from Everett , Washington . After his varsity career at Everett High School , he played ba...
Isaac Newton is struck by another great [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Isaac Newton is struck by another great knew that what goes up as little apples Newton As sure But when it comes down to a really pleasurable filter cigarette , its whaj : goes up—in front of the filter , that is—that makes the difference ! : And there s where Winston had an inspired idea — FilterBlend ! Winston specially selects choice , mild tobaccos , then spe t have warn _- _«^ ll must come down cially processes them for filter smoking . The result : FilterBlend up front of a modern filter . That s what makes Winston a complete filter cigarette . Filter-Blend also makes Winston Americas best-selling , best-tasting filter cigarette . Take it from Sir Isaac : n the head to knoma that
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 1 October 1959
Polo Team ( Continued from Page 9 ) collegiate champion Cornell squad . Tentative home dates later in the month are set with Harvard and Yale . Polo Club President , Shields , plans winter indoor engagements in New York and at Cornell , Yale , and Harvard . The club presently lists a membership of fourteen , but is open to all new recruits , especially freshmen .
Ford & Hines , River Cruise Lead Fall Festival ' s Parade [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Ford &amp; Hines , River Cruise Lead Fall Festival s Parade Nationwide Jazz Contest Brings 8 Finalists to GU The theme of this year s Fall Festival may be said tc be different in its simplicity . There will be no life size replica of Niagara Falls , nc re-creation of an ancient pagan temple , not even a small , sickly coconut tree imported from the South Pacific . It will be , uniquely enough , a weekend at Georgetown . The festivities begin at eight o clock on Friday evening , October 23 , in the Club Hoya , sometimes known as McDonough Gymnasium . For those of you who are not familiar with the nightspot , it presents only the finest entertainment amidst luxurious surroundings . The club s music will be provided by Bill Frabizio and his thirteen piece band , a . ; group acclaimed on the Eastern college circuit . In addition , favors will be presented not only to the ladies but to their escorts as well , who will be expected to appear in semi-formal attire . The floor show a...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Special Programs Lists 70 Stipends Among 31 Hoyas The Office of Special Programs has announced that a total of seventy scholarships for graduate and professional studies were awarded to thirty-one Georgetown students last year . Sixty-seven of these grants were won by twenty-eight members of the class of 59 . The following assistantships , scholarships , and fellowships were awarded to College seniors last year : A—One medical scholarship granted to Alfred F . Parisi to attend Cornell Medical school on a New York Regents Scholarship . B—Two Fullbright Scholarships —William McBride to attend Lille University in France ; Charles Paddock to attend Pasteur Institute Paris , France . C—Two Adenauer Scholarships —to Bernard Klenke for studies in History at the University , of Munich , and to Richard H . Troy foi pre-legal studies at the _University of Munich . D—Two National Defense Fellowships — both to Thomas H . Stahel , to the graduate school of the University of Mississippi for studi...
Guare Revamps Journal Policy Editors Aid New Contributors [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Guare Revamps Journal Policy Editors Aid New Contributors Creative writing and poetry , with special emphasis on readability and enjoyment , 1 will be the major attractions of the Journal scheduled for November 2 . Editor John Guare stated that , In the past the Journal has too often been a graveyard for old . term papers , but this year we plan to utilize fiction , poetry , and art -work to produce a magazine with greater readability and enjoyment . Articles of a scholarly research nature formerly handled by the Journal will now be published in Viewpoint , a new College publication . In addition to this major policy _shange , the board of editors has decided on other procedural improvements . The formation of an ipprentice staff to advise new con- ( Continued on Pagre 6 )
Seniors , Profs Drown Gripes In Annual Rite [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Seniors , Profs Drown Gripes In Annual Rite GAY RECEIVER . . . Dennis Duffy , Senior-Faculty Reception head . Members of the Senior Class and their instructors will gather in Copley Lounge for the Senior-Faculty Reception on Sunday , October 11 , from 2-5 p . m . J This annual affair is for all members of the Senior Class of the College of Arts and Sciences and any faculty member in the entire university who instructs them . The reception is held so that the seniors may be able to become more familiar with the faculty on an informal , social basis . It is hoped that there will be a good representation from both groups . Dennis Duffy is chairman of the miniscule committee responsible for the organization of the reception . His assistant is John McTague . Dennis , an AB-English ( classics ) major from Louisville , Kentucky , is also Managing Editor of the HOYA . Last year he was chair- ( Continued on Page 8 )
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
RALLY !! The University rally anc dance which prefaces the intramural football season wil take place tomorrow night a 1 7 o clock when a car caravan starting at Loyola Hall , wil proceed to McDonough Gymnasium . The rally will take place near the track outside the Gymnasium with Yard Treasurer Tom Murray as master of ceremonies . At 8 oclock the gathering will move into the gym for a dance . Beer and coke will be sold and music will be provided by a local band . Girls schools will have late permissions and will be furnished with transportation to ; he rally . Admission is free ind the dress informal .
Council Changes , II [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 8 October 1959
Council Changes , II One more HOYA tradition ¦ which we are reviving in this issue is the two-part editorial . The need for this particular editorial arises not so much from any new insights or startling revelations during- the preceding -week as from a need for clarification of last issue s editorial . The necessity for such clarification has become apparent from the misunderstanding and controversy which have appeared during the past week concerning this editorial . First of all , we do have faith in student government at Georgetown , and we do feel that this student government has a wonderful potential for growth and development . But it is also our firm conviction that this potential could be realized under some form of organization other than the Councils present one . Secondly , the HOYA had no intention of pronouncing a decision before discussion began on this question ; nor • were we trying to issue a fiat concerning revision . We were , in fact , trying to initiate this dis...