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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

m * _( _Stornt touitt _& \ m DRY _CLEANS © REPAIRING LAUNDRY 2 DAY SERVICE

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Hoyas Bow To Seton Hall [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Hoyas Bow To Seton Hall Dan Slaffery Is Athlete Of Week IM Ball ( Continued from Page 8 ) Healy Rebels stayed right on their heels by defeating- Les Tricheurs _, 32-29 , the Opposites , 38-33 , and Lotsa Luck by a forfeit . This brought their record to 7-0 and closed out their season until the playoffs . The Vikings continued to roll by defeating- the Yankees and the Animals . So far their only loss has been suffered at the hands of the Kings in overtime . That battle will be replayed tonight and a Viking victory would result in the 3 rd Healy Rebels copping the championship . The Pushovers came to life and moved into a 7-3 mark by clobbering the helpless Black Labels , 60-13 . AAA Wins Losses Big Muvas 8 2 Legal Eagles 7 3 Eglags 6 3 Prefects 4 5 Tavern Touts 7 1 Nips 7 1 Nurds 5 1 Vikings AC 7 2 Ales 6 2 Procrastinators 6 2 EE Tigers 7 3 Singapore Slings 6 3 Zom Zitskis 6 3 ( Continued from _Pag-e 8 ) keep the Hoya lead a substantial quickly called time out . one at 35-26 . Seton ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
yours [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

yours This is the B-52 . Advanced as it may be , this airplane has one thing in common with the first vvargalleys of ancient Egypt ... and with the air and space vehicles of the future . Someone must chart its course . Someone must navigate it . For certain young men this presents a career of real executive opportunity . Here , perhaps you will have the chance to master a profession full of meaning , excitement and rewards as a Navigator in the U . S . Air Force . To qualify for Navigator train ¬ ing as an Aviation Cadet you must be an American citizen between 19 and 26 . _^ 2—single , healthy and intelligent . A high school diploma is required , but some college is highly desirable . Successful completion of the training program leads to a commission as a Second Lieutenant ... and your Navigator wings . If you think you have what it takes to measure up to the Aviation Cadet Program for Navigator training , see your local Air Force Recruiter . Or clip and mail this coupon .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Theres a place for tomorrows leaders on the - _ - -y _y _^ Aerospace Team , i I _tj . LJ . O . Air rorce

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY AVIATION CADET INFORMATION DEPT . SCL 02 BOX 7608 , WASHINGTON 4 , D . C . I am between 19 and 26 Vi , a citizen of the U . S . and a high school graduate with years of college . Please send me detailed information on th Aviation Cadet program . NAME _ STREET . CITY rniiNTY STATE

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

LUCKY STRIKE presents NAL ? FROOD GUILTY SUBLIMI PLEADS NOT Dear Sturgis : You could still be black balled by the Book-of-the-Month Club Dear Dr . Frood : Is that proves it pays _ao to _colleee ? there any old maxim for a young man to A . Youngman raa an _erinns y nena , your a sophisti brand of wit doesn t sit with cated student body bit . old sock . Make Try to sharpen it a it chic , what ? Skoal . Dink Send your troubles . Box 2990 , Grand New York 17 to Dr Frood Central N . Y . Station -T Dear Dr . Frood : Presumably college is a time of intellectual ferment ... a period of curiosity and discontent preceding a man s plunge into commercialism and the material life . Why must this inquiry after lofty truths suddenly give way to crass financial motives ? Ibid w Dear Youngman T _. et us collect reapest in knowledge telligence question ) . Soon thou young kings _»* See envy Dear Ibid : It s the children to care about is food , food All they fond . seem _<* >&...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Washington Club Fete Hears Speech by Dean [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Washington Club Fete Hears Speech by Dean SUMMIT TALK . . . Parents ar College , meet . Fr . Sellinger Sees Need For Student-Faculty Ties by Dave Harriett Convey to your sons the importance of getting- close to the individual faculty members , for the faculty is the pivot of an education and the guts of our University . This exhortation was made last Sunday in Gaston Hall by the Rev . Joseph A . Sellinger , S . J ., Dean of the College , in an address to the parents of the non-resident students at the Fifth Annual Parent-Faculty Reception . In his talk , Father Sellinger revealed that for the past six months the University has been engaged in an extensive and important self-examination in preparation for the forthcoming evaluation of the University by the Middle States Accrediting Board to take place next October . This examination , he said , has clearly brought out the necessity of a close facul-ty-student relationship . Responses to the questionnaire sent to the Alumni of the las...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Junior Prom Set To Go Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Junior Prom Set To Go Tomorrow The Junior Prom will begin tomorrow night with a formal dance to be held Hawaiian style in McDonough Gymnasium . Highlighting Friday night s Aloha motif will be a volcano which recently sprung up on the Georgetown campus . Favors will be received by all attending ; however the prom committee desires not to disclose their exact nature . Lester Lanin and twelve members of his famous troupe • will provide dance music in their familiar , inimitable style . Cocktail Party On Saturday afternoon , all will make the short trip across Key Bridge where the festivities will continue in the Terrace Boom of the Arlington Towers Washington Building . Here , between the hours of 2 and 5 p . m ., a cocktail party will be held with the music of Howard Devron being counted on to keep the spirit of the weekend . All other entertainment at this party remains the well-guarded secret of the Committee . In addition to this , there will be optional valet parking at a nominal ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Man On The Road Awarded 2 nd Place In Jesuit Province Man on the Road , the winner of last year s M&B One Act Play Contest was awarded second place in the One Act Play Festival of the Maryland Province by the Jesuit College Theatre Association . The allegorical drama was presented at Loyola College of Baltimore on February 21 . Although failing to gain first honors , if received a certificate of excellence for scoring an average above ninety on an arbitrary judging system . Unfortunately for the play , Mike Byrne s sprained ankle necessitated late cast changes whereby Kevin ONeill replaced Byrne , and Frank OBrien replaced ONeill , thus leaving only John DeSando in his original role . Man on the Road was the only original play written by a student representing his own college . The winning play entitled , The Saga of Strong Man McGowan , and presented by students of the University of Scranton , will go to New York to compete with representatives of other Jesuit provinces...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Calliope Show Chairman Sets Script Tryouts Tryouts for America ' s Sweetheart will be held next Tuesday , Wednesday , and Thursday , March 1 , 2 , and 3 , at Holy Trinity Theatre , from 5 to 8 in the evening . America's Sweetheart is the title given to this year ' s Calliope , the annual University musical , which replaces the Senior Show of for -mer years . Because of this change , any member of any class in any of the schools of the University is eligible for the show . Paul Janensch , the producer of the show and the Chairman of the Calliope Board , insisted that the try-outs were not just for the sweetheart . "We are also looking [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Calliope Show Chairman Sets Script Tryouts Tryouts for America s Sweetheart will be held next Tuesday , Wednesday , and Thursday , March 1 , 2 , and 3 , at Holy Trinity Theatre , from 5 to 8 in the evening . Americas Sweetheart is the title given to this year s Calliope , the annual University musical , which replaces the Senior Show of former years . Because of this change , any member of any class in any of the schools of the University is eligible for the show . Paul Janensch , the producer of the show and the Chairman of the Calliope Board , insisted that the try-outs were not just for the sweetheart . We are also looking for actors , singers , dancers , and hams . Mr . Janensch added that there has been no prior casting , so that all positions will be open and will be awarded to those who prove themselves at the tryouts . For this reason , Mr . Janensch is hopeful that all interested College students will turn out , though he admitted that a combination Fred Astaire-Frank Sinat...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Dr . Smith Recounts His Days In Malta DR . HARRISON SMITH . . . Knight of Malta . Dr . Harrison Smith of the Department of History spoke to the Beta chapter of Phi Alpha Theta National Honor Society in New South Hall last Saturday on his experiences in research and lecturing in Malta . Dr . Smith has recently received the decoration of Knight of Justice in the American Grand Priory of the Sovereign Order of St . John of Jerusalem , -which is commonly known as the Knights of Malta .

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

HOYA News Staff Meeting at Tonight 6 : 45 p . m . Student Activities Please Be Prompt

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A College Honor Society [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

A College Honor Society Editorial At present there are six honorary societies at Georgetown which may consider College students for admission . Alpha Sigma Nu , the nation-wide Jesuit honorary fraternity , selects outstanding students for admission in their Junior year . The Gold Key society usually inducts its new members from the College in their final year , but can select members of the Graduate School and the Faculty . Phi Alpha Theta is for students who have done outstanding work for the History department . Scabbard and Blade and the Arnold Air Society are limited to Juniors and Seniors in the Army or Air Force ROTC programs . Eta Sigma Phi is limited to candidates for the AB ( Classical ) degree . With the exception of Eta Sigma Phi , which admits sophomores but requires that they be taking the classical course , all these societies are limited to upperclassmen . Most also limit their membership to students in a certain field . It is obvious that these societies are useful f...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Under The Tree by George Townehi From the halcyon balminess of the first days of February , Washington weather has turned quite brashly undiplomatic . Pedestrians negotiating the historic cobbled sidewalks of old Georgetown have been pelted and buffeted , willy-nilly , by a snarling wolf-pack of winds that respect nothing , historic or vertical . Rain has drenched us , snow has mantled us , ice has capsized us . Miraculously , Healy Tower remains untoppled , the dogged survivor of drought , flood , and the perilous acrobatics of big silver birds . ; But the gales outside last week have been zephyrs compared to the hurricane of charge and countercharge within . The fuse of the explosion—to scramble a metaphor—was unwittingly ignited by a review in this tabloid of three one-act plays recently presented by the College Mask and Bauble Society . The plays were graded C +, —- though whether this is a rating of the old or new marking system is as yet undetermined . At any rate , from cafet...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Letters The Editor To the Editor : It should be brought to the attention of the HOYA , and in particular its drama critic , that the grade given the one-act plays is no longer acceptable in Georgetown academic circles . Under the NEW MARKING SYSTEM that C + is probably a D . Even the Mask and Bauble wont graduate at that rate . A DISGRUNTLED SENIOR The letter below originally appeared in Georgetown s Alumni Magazine for February . We are indebted to Dr . James Ruby , Executive Secretary of the Alumni Association , for permission to reprint it . —Ed . Before leaving Washington , upon completion of my current business in the city , I have decided to put on paper some reflections made during a fairly recent , leisurely tour of your campus . Being an outsider , I have hesitated to address my remarks to any of the administrators of the University and so am sending this letter to your office which I noticed right before entering the main gate . My experience with other schools assures me ...

Publication Title: Hoya
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 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 Headline Editor JOSEPH CROFT Moderator EDWARD I . BURNS , S . J . News Staff : Joe Alcxandrc , Martin Arbagi , Mark Baldwin , Bob Bennett , John Consolini , Jim Dclaplane _, Robert Desmond , Ted Egan , Joe Fallon , John Felago , Dan Griffin , Steve Hanink , David A . Harnctt , Tom Harron , John Hayes , Dave Kleilcr , Ed Krovitz , Ed Leonard , Jim Masterson , John McGraw , Barry Mergardt , Joe Niederst , John Nugent , Art Paonc , John Pierz , George Roche , Pedro Rosado , Al Ross , Steve Stoll , John Walsh , Joseph Walsh . Sports Staff : Dave Bickers , Jim Brincefield , George Budd , Marshall ...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

r _^ _ound-up The program presented by the American University Orchestra tomorrow will feature a Sinfonia for string orchestra by Dr . Florsncio Gonzales Asenjo , Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Georgetown . Dr . Asenjo , an Argentinian , is in his second year of _tsaching at Georgetown . The concert will be the first American presentation of the Sinfonia and will be presented at 8 : 30 p . m . in Clendenen Hall , on the American University campus . There is no admission charge . The Bonds of Interest , an adaptation of a Renaissance co-media , del arte by Benevente , will be presented by Dunbarton College tomorrow through Sunday . Jim Sheridan , a senior in the _College , is featured in the cast . Curtain time is 8 : 30 p . m ., admission is $ 1 . 50 , and there will be mixers after both the Friday and Saturday night performances . ( Yes , Virginia , the mixer season lasts all year . ) The second lecture in the Gaston Lecture series is scheduled for a week from today . The sp...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Council Capers by Bill Gargaro The meeting this week was routine . There were the usual organization and class reports , the usual calendar announcements , and the usual complaints about the prices in the day-hop cafeteria . ( In reference to the latter , I think it s a shame our Grey Cards don t work there . Somebody should look into that ) . Under Old Business we were reminded of a previously proposed spring mixer , one with , as Tommy Murray suggested , leap year for its theme . Bill Sullivan explained further that it would be something- on the order of the Fall Rat-Race . So the idea was put as a question and passed with March twenty-second as the date intended . I dont know , but that vocabulary— mixer , Rat-Race , leap year —leaves me cold . Whatever happened to quiet , sedate fun ? I like events like . . . seances . . . the reading of wills . . . that kind of thing . There s the difference between my friends and me . Their girls wear Man Tan , mine have to settle for embalmin...

Publication Title: Hoya
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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