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Chem Club Talk [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
Chem Club Talk LETTERS ( Continued from Page 5 ) spoiled by parking 1 lots , and by cement , concrete , and chrome . It may seem strange that an outsider like myself should become so exercised by a casual visit to your university as to utter what must sound like injudicious protestations and words of gratuitous advice . Perhaps it is simply that over the years my occupations have developed in me a bit of the artist and like the artist I am grieved to behold the disfigurement of any piece of art . AN INTERESTED OBSERVER The Chemistry Club will sponsor a lecture entitled Bio-Chemical Heart Research and Career Possibilities for Scientists in BioChemistry , tonight at 8 : 00 p . m . in 308 White-Gravenor . The lecturer is Dr . Sidney Udenfriend . Dr . Udenfriend is Chief of Clinical Bio-Chemistry for the National Heart Foundation located at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda , Maryland . HORACE MEDAL ( Continued from Page 3 ) an ode to be selected by the student himself . The ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
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Morse Discusses Disarmament in IRC Talk ; Says Khrushchev Is Afraid of Nuclear War [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
Morse Discusses Disarmament in IRC Talk ; Says Khrushchev Is Afraid of Nuclear War by Bernard OCallaghan About two hundred and fifty people crowded into Copley Lounge last Thursday night for a lecture by Senator Wayne Morse , Democrat of Oregon , on the topic , Criteria for Disarmament . The Senator read a prepared speech , and later answered questions from the floor . Senator Morse began by outlining the vital necessity for disarmament in the face of the increasing destructive power of atomic weapons . He pointed out that not onl y are the United States , the Soviet Union , and Great Britain nuclear powers , but France has recently acquired the atomic bomb , and Red China may soon do the same . There is , he said , a great necessity for speed in disarmament proceedings , since many nations will soon be nuclear powers and the possibility of conflict between two such armed nations will proportionately increase . As one criterion for disarmament , the Senator stated that there must be...
HOYA Selects Michael Diwal Rewrite Editor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
HOYA Selects Michael Diwal Rewrite Editor MIKE RAOUt-DCVAL During- the past week , Michael Raoul-Duval was approved as the Re-write editor of the HOYA . The announcement was made by the HOYA Editorial Board . Mike has been a member of the paper for the past three years . In addition to his position on the Make-up staff last semester , Mike served on the News staff and wrote for Features and Sports . Presently Mike is a junior in the College ,, and majoring in English in the AB course . After gradua ¬ tion he plans to attend the Stanford University Law School . His plans following graduate school include a tour of duty in Naval Aviation . Mike is the leading scorer on the Polo team , and is also the vicepresident of the Club . He served as the chairman of the Spring Weekend in his sophomore year , and is the Associate Chairman of this years Junior Prom Committee . On the staff of WGTB he is a news reporter . Among his extracurricular activities are the Young Republicans Club and the ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
COPLEY REC ROOM ( Continued from Page 3 ) the opening and closing of the room . Among the more extensive improvements slated for completion during next summer are repainting and a new ceiling . Although the Student Council has pledged to provide whatever time and money it can muster for the project , it is hoped that most of the money will come from the Administration . Bill Sullivan , who is working with several other Council Members in this area , points out that the Recreation Room is for all students of the College , not just for residents of Copley . Since this is the principle recreation room on campus , the Council is expecting the support of all the students . Council representatives included on the committee -working on this project are , besides Sullivan , Joe Cavanaugh ,. Tom Dulde _, George Giard _, and Mike McAllister . Sullivan notes that the first two members are freshmen , and that they will help insure continuity of the program . If the initial improvements encourag...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
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Bow To Seton Hall [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
Bow To Seton Hall NaVy Wins Easily , 79-68 Pirate Sophs Lead Squad To Middies Break IOGame pen n Final Minutes _GfLLDAfLEY 80-77 Victory Hovas by Al Hibbert Georgetown s struggling Hoyas ran up against a wellconditioned Navy team , entertaining post-season ambitions , and fell before the hot shooting Tars by a 79-68 count . The eleven point spread , however , was by no means indicative of the closeness of the contest as the Hoyas trailed by only two at halftime and by only six until the final minute . Sloppy First Half The first half was a raggedly played affair with both teams committing frequent misplays . Junior Ray Ohlmuller , starting his first ball game for Georgetown , kept the Hoyas in the game with some deadly shooting from far out , but neither Tom Coleman nor Dan Slattery could find a way to cope with the sweeping hooks of Navy s Jay Metzler as the rugged Tar pivot man continually got by his man for buckets . The Hoyas left the floor at the half , trailing 32-30 . With th...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
SPORTS EDITOR If any one man is to be credited with being most responsible for Georgetown s recovery from , last year s dismal record , our choice is Tom Coleman . Tommy has come a long way since the 59 campaign . His entire court _game has mellowed considerably after a full season s experience , and the Hoyas , needless to say , are all the better for it . Tom is a local boy from _Gonzagra High School , where he played together with two other Hoya regulars , Tom Matan and Dan Slattery . In his senior year he was named to the D . C . All-City Team and was picked up by Georgetown upon graduation from Gonzaga . With the advantage of playing regularly in his sophomore year at GU , Coleman at 6 4 , has developed into one of those rare ballplayers who can do practically everything with that same marvelous consistency . Offensively and defensively he is a coach s dream , but it took plenty of hard work for Tommy to gain that status . Coleman is always early for practices and is usually th...
Mermen Trip Howard [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
Mermen Trip Howard by Dave Bickers The Hoya mermen copped their third victory of the season , thus evenning their season record at 3-3 , by edging Howard 48-46 last Thursday evening :. The 400 medley relay team , composed of Bob Devine , Tom Gilmartin , Al Hibbert , and Bob Risso , opened the meet with a victory and , in the process , set a new record for the event . The time was 4 : 32 . Randy Kennedy , outstanding Hoya diver , was the victor in the diving event . Matthews Wins Two Charlie Matthews was the only double winner , taking first in the 200-yard individual medley and in the 200-yard backstroke . The latter race proved to be the turning point in the meet as Bob Devine took second giving the Hoyas valuable points . In the 440-yard free-style Pat Houston , who , incidentally , has been defeated only once this year , and Dave Stephens took first and second place respectively . The depth of the Hoyas proved to be the winning factor as Howa _2-d took the 200-yard backstroke , b...
Muvas , Kings Hold Intramural Leads [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
Muvas , Kings Hold Intramural Leads by Marshall _Fztz As the intramural races draw to a close , teams in all three circuits are putting out that little extra effort in order to assure a playoff position . In the AAA league , the Big Muvas retained their slim edge over the Legal Eagles and Eglags by defeating the Eagles , 41-38 , in close , hard-fought battle . Touts and Nips Tied In the AA league several teams are in the runnuiy lor ootn the title and the play-offs . The Tavern Touts remained tied with the Nips for first place by defeating the Ookaboolapongas , 38-28 . The Nips defeated the Singapore Slings , 3424 , who in turn moved into playoff contention by trouncing the high-ranking Viking AC . The A league continued to house the only two undefeated teams left in any league . The Kings retained both their spotless mark and their first-place standing by squeaking past Lotsa Luck , 23-22 . The 3 rd ( Continued on Page 10 )
Rhode Island Closes Hoyas ' 60 Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
Rhode Island Closes Hoyas 60 Schedule This Saturday evening the Georgetown s Hoyas will play host to a tough Rhode Island five in McDonough Gymnasium . The contest will close out Georgetown s 1959-60 schedule and it is hoped that they can do so in a winning manner . Coach Ernie Calverley has all his starters back from last year , and also has a bunch of sophomores who made up the best freshman team in the schools history , posting a 16-1 record . The squad is deep , very fast and has good _averag-e size , although it does lack the outstanding big man . Possible Starters The veterans include forwards Tom Harrington and Barry Moulter ( two of the best in the Yankee Conference ) , Harry Edmonds , Don Brown , John Anderson and Dudley Davenport .
FROSH ACTION Hoyas Top St . John ' s And West Point Prep [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
FROSH ACTION Hoyas Top St . John s And West Point Prep Tommy OKeefe s frosh squad , which has finally jelled after a poor start , copped their second consecutive win -with a 68-57 triumph over St . John s High last Wednesday . The victory was also their fourth in the last five outings . Cadets Lead at Half The Cadets held a three-point halftime lead , 36-33 , and it appeared that they would stay equal with the little Hoyas until the first stage of the final quarter . Ed Lopata and Ron Kunkle hit on two jump shots to give the Hoyas a quick two point bulge . After St . John s Frank Dubofsky , of local football fame , knotted the score at 55 all with a jumper from close in , Georgetown pulled away with a dazzling spurt . Owen McGuill hit on a layup to make it 57-55 . Then the Hoyas put on a slight freeze , looking only for the good shots . Kunkle broke loose for an open shot and Georgetown popped ahead by four . Hoyas Pull Away From there on the St . John s outfit was no match for the ...
NEW FEATURE [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
NEW FEATURE Pom-Pom Girls Add Color To GU Games POM-POM GIRLS ... an added attraction at the GU home basketball games . The girls feature a _songleading routine set to band music . A new feature has been added to Georgetown s home game spectacular . The distaff section of the student body has gotten together to organize a group of girl cheerleaders called the P o m - P o m Girls , the first such organization in GU s history . Making their debut in the GW game two weeks ago , the girls under the direction of the Foreign Service School s Marcia Bream , have pushed the old Hoya bulldog and male cheerleaders out of the spotlight . Boys Dont Mind The guys dont seem to mind their female counterparts assistance at all . In fact Bob Conger , another cheerleader fom FS , helped the girls get organized . Still further encouragement came from Bob Gilmartin and his Student _Afhlet . ie Committee . Marcia , a pretty redhead from Harrisburg , Pennsylvania , is accompanied by Anne Cipriani , Piere...
Hoya Boardmen Blanked [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
Hoya Boardmen Blanked by Joe Lee It appears that Lady Luck just wont be a lady for Georgetown s track team this season , as those blues which have haunted the Hoyas all year continued through Saturday s National AAU Championships at Madison Square Garden . Once again Sandy Hoddinott was a prime victim . The lanky senior ran his fastest time of the year , a _g-ood 7 . 3 in the 60-yard high hurdles , but even that wasnt good enough to make the finals . The field led by Eastern Michigan s great Hayes Jones had just a little bit too much , as can be seen from the winning time which tied the meet record . Relay Teams Both the varsity and freshmen two-mile relay teams had their problems , too . In fact , it was sort of a mutual problem . Due to the number of entries , trials -were required and the sparse two hour interval between them and the finals wasnt long enough to allow full recuperation . Both teams did make it to the finals , however , which a strong New York AC won in 7 : 46 . 2 ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
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