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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

_^ _Arrts ana < = JLetter 6 by Tom Martin The cliche which describes the development of jazz in geographic terms goes something like this : jazz , after its birth in the Negro ghettoes of New Orleans , gots its river legs and sailed up the Ole Miss to Chicago , took a short sally to Kansas City , acquired sophistication in New York City , and was finally etherealized on the West Coast . The essential truth embedded in this cliche is the enormous role that the city , the 20 th Century American metropolis , has played in the growth of jazz . Unlike the writer , painter , or composer , the jazzman must of necessity live in the city . Consequently , the nervous frenetic life of the city is bound to imprint itself upon the jazzman s imagination , and to be transliterated by , and through , his music . The onomatopoeic nature of scat phrases such as be-bop and re-bop testify to this transliteration . The city , particularly New York , has its two faces , however . The sky-scrap...

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

Copley Rec Room Plaster Surgery Slated For Spring Copley Recreation Room is in for some extensive improvements and remodeling under the Student Councils present plans . The Council hopes that these changes will improve the room s rather uninviting appearance and encourage the students to make greater use of it . It is also hoped that the improvements will bring about a more careful utilization of the facilities available . Among the first changes being _sonsidered _, are the refurbishing of the two pool tables and possibly the provision of another , a new television set , and a new lighting system . The furniture will also be repaired . In line with the intention to eliminate irresponsible use of the room , not only by students but often by others not connected with the university who just wander in , the Student Council is planning to install lockers for such equipment as cue sticks and ping-pong balls . The locker keys would probably be kept by the Copley SPO and a member of the C...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Grey Card Services Sought by Musarra GREY CARD PLANNERS . . . George Giard , President of the Yard , Carmen Cavallero , now appearing at the Shoreham , and Bill Gargaro of Council Capers fame . Grey card holders take notice ! At last week s Student Council Meeting , Jim Musarra , the SC representative from sophomore year , announced that plans are underway to increase the number of business establishments included on the Grey card . In a report to the Council , Musarra said , Our committee expects to have a number of new local business concerns in Washington . There is a possibility that a gas station , additional theatres , and a few local restaurants will be included among the additions . Musarra said that grey cards will be mailed to the day-students over the weekend . The students of the Dental and Medical Schools have been included in the Gray Card Plan , Musarra announced further .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

17 Lafinists Ready For Horace Exam The Horace Medal Contest _, held annually for AB Latir freshmen , will take place this year on Thursday , March 3 , at 4 : 00 p . m ., in Copley Lounge . The contest is open to freshmen of both the 1 / 2 Latin course and the more advanced 11 / 12 course . This year s moderator is Mr . John Donahue , S . J ., a member of the Classics Department . He stated that It will be held in the form of a public defensea method which is deeply embedded in the spirit and tradition of the Jesuits . Three members chosen from the faculty will judge five contestents . These five will be selected in a preliminary contest to be held today . Mr . Donahue revealed that seventeen students have made application to compete for the medal . The Horace Medal is awarded for proficiency in an oral recitation of several of the odes of Horace . In addition the candidate must present on the day of the contest an original verse translation of ( Continued on Page 6 )

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 25 February 1960

Parent-Faculty ( Continued from . Page 1 ) to remind your sons of the Faculty Counsellors who are always eager to guide and help the students . In his concluding remarks , Father Sellinger thanked the parents for attending the reception and assured them that he is always as concerned with their boy s welfare as they are . Rev . Edward I . Burns , S . J ., representing Father Neil J . Gargan , S . J ., moderator of the Washington Club , also welcomed the parents , in the name of the Club and evinced the belief that some of the greatest talent in the University is among the boys from the Washington area . Father Burns then praised the work of the Washington Club and encouraged the parents to _suppoi-t it through their sons . The Reception held afterwards in Copley Lounge was well attended by both parents and faculty . According to the chairman of the reception , Paul Mattingly , all went smoothly and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves . My personal thanks and that of the Washington C...

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German Ambassador Slated For Address [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

German Ambassador Slated For Address Dean s Invitation Brings Wilhelm Grewe To GW Next Tuesday , March 8 , His Excellency , the German Ambassador to the United States , Professor Wilhelm Grewe comes to Georgetown in response to a special invitation by the Dean of the College . At 4 : 15 , his Excellency will speak in the Hall of Nations under the sponsorship of the Philodemic Society . However , his topic is of vital interest to all : A Peace Treaty with Germany—no Solution of the EastWest Antagonism . It is this very question that Chancellor Adenauer will discuss with President Eisen ¬ hower and other high government officials on his trip to this country this month . Ambassador Grewe warns against expecting too much from any projected peace treaty . He feels that any agreement between East and West on this point would not bring about an ultimate change in EastWest tensions . His Excellency will emphasize that the German peace treaty problem is only a part of the whole East-West opp...

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Gaston-White Society Talks First at Fordham [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

Gaston-White Society Talks First at Fordham GASTON-WHITE VICTORS . . . Terry _Goggin , Thomas Scheye , Lambert Spronck , and Peter Handal . On February 22 , Fordham Universitys School of Education hosted a debate tournament in which twenty-nine schools participated . The Gaston-White Society was awarded the first place trophy following several hours of grueling competition . The affirmative team of Peter Handal and Lambert Spronck won all three of their debates . The negative team of Thomas Scheye and Terry Goggin dropped their first round to Colgate , but recovered to win all of their remaining debates . It was a team effort that enabled the Gaston-White to emerge victorious . Two other squads had 5-1 win and loss records . On the basis of individual points , however , Georgetown was well ahead of the second place team . Lambert Spronck was chosen third best affirmative speaker . The second place team was an effective squad from Pennsylvania s Marywood College . They were undefeate...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

Talks Slated Classics Fraternity Adds 18 Members Last Thursday saw the initiation of thirteen sophomores and five juniors into Georgetown s Beta Tau chapter of Eta Sigma Phi , the National Honorary Classical Fraternity , established on more than a hundred campuses throughout the country . Membership in this organization is awarded to upperclassmen who have shown marked ability and interest in their study of the classical languages and cultures . Those students with sufficient qualifications are invited to join and must undergo a pledging period which culminates in their formal acceptance and initiation . Fraternity s Role The main function of this group , as the name implies , is to keep alive an appreciation of the classical cultures and , since the civilizations of Greece and Rome do still permeate Western thought , to realize the role these cultures play in the modern world . Eta Sigma Phi is under the leadership of Bill Cumberland . Other officers of the fraternity are Tom Carde...

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Pay Caf in New South Attracts Customer Fire [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

Pay Caf in New South Attracts Customer Fire The results of the food poll concerning the New South Cafeteria have been announced by the Student Council Campus Facilities Committee . A total of 270 customers returned questionnaires . Because the change-over from Marty s Cafeteria to the new dining area in New South has not met expectations , a Washington Club committee was formed to study impending situations in conjunction with the Food Service and the Campus Facilities Committee . The following- statistics were obtained : 1—Do you use the facilities of the new cafeteria ? Regularly , 111 ; Infrequently , 114 ; Never , 45 . 2—Do you bring your lunch ? Yes , 92 ; No , 172 . 3—What hours do you use the cafeteria most frequently ? Breakfast , 43 ; Lunch , 184 ; Supper , 45 ; Between , 59 . 4—Do you consider the prices : Excessive , 202 ; Fair , 45 . 5—Is the quality of the food : Excellent , 18 ; Good , 118 ; Fair , 87 ; Poor , 28 . 6—Is the quantity of the food and beverages : More tha...

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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

Glee Club Season Entails 9 Concerts A full concert season lies ahead for the Georgetown Glee Club this spring . Along with two out-of-town engagements , the Club has scheduled seven Washington appearances , highlighted by the Founders Day Concert with the National Symphony Orchestra at Georgetown . The Glee Club is currently rehearsing four separate programs under its director , Paul Hume . To the general repertoire have been added a program for orchestral accompaniment and two groups of numbers for mixed voices . Since returning from the New York Metropolitan Concert during the semester vacation , the Glee Club has sung for the convention of the National Council of Christians and Jews , and for the Parents League of St . Mary s Academy in Alexandria , Virginia . Projected Concerts On St . Patricks Day , a concert will be given at the National Institute of Health to open the ( Continued on Page 4 )

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Editorial Communication [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

Editorial Communication The best example within our memory of the results of lack of communication took place during the past week . Before the Second World War it had been traditional that Alumni returning to the Hilltop for reunions would stay in Copley , but the War made it impossible to continue the practice , and it had never been resumed . Some one in either the Alumni Association or the Administration got the idea that it would be pleasant for the returning alumni if they and their wives could stay in Copley , with single men or men returning alone staying in New South . The idea gained support and was scheduled to be put into effect this year . It seems , however , that nobody in the Administration concerned with this decision realized that in the last two years another tradition , the tradition of having the Senior Ball and other official and unofficial social functions during the week immediately preceding graduation , had grown up . Because of this , the great majority of...

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Council Capers by Bill Gargaro [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

Council Capers by Bill Gargaro mind , Certain questions are in my scratching to get out . Like , by way of illustration . . . How would you feel if someone ran a bicycle path through youi backyard ? What would you do if your roommate loaned your toothbrush to practically everyone on the hall ? What would you think if an orphanage took away your mother and put her up for adoption ? Stay with me , please , and only become alarmed when I say so . I am not simply proposing article-titles for future issues of the Readers Digest . These questions have a genuine , if slightly subliminal , relevance . You just wait and see . Tommy Murray arose , last Wednesday nig-ht , and , with a eateh in his voice , caught every other voice on the Student Council . A rumor had been checked out and verified—here it was , and heard by most people for the first time—he read from the Georgetown Alumni Magazine : An entirely new atmosphere will permeate the campus during- the Reunion Week-end , June 3 to 6 . ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

( This letter was received in the HOY A office before the Monday night meeting referred to in the Editorial . —Ed . ) February 28 , 1960 To the Editor : By now most students or at least seniors are aware that at last ¦ week s Student Council meeting- attention was called to an article appearing in the last issue of the Alumni Magazine pertaining to an alumni reunion which is to be held this coming spring . According to what was stated in order to accommodate the returning alumni , seniors will not be allowed to remain in their rooms during Senior Week . At the time of this writing the Senior Class has not yet received official notification from the Administration stating any of the details of what they have planned . However , just the news of our not being allowed to remain in our rooms until sraduation , as has been allowed in the past , came as a shock to the entire class . What the administration fails to realize is that for a long period of time seniors have been expecting to r...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

_fKound-up Because of the sudden illness of Senator Dodd , the Gaston Lecture scheduled for tonight has been postponed . The Senator s office has assured the Committee , however , that he will speak as soon as his health permits . Applications for the April 28 administration of the Selective Service College Qualification Test are now available at the local Selective Service Board . Deadline for application for the test is April 7 . The results will be reported to the students Selective Service local board of jurisdiction for use in considering his deferment as a student . The 1956 Cannes Film Festival prizewinner , Marcelino , will be shown in the Hall of Nations next Wednesday at 4 : 00 p . m . The Spanish Club and the Fine Arts Club are sponsoring the showing , for which there is no admission charge . Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona will speak to area Young : Republicans at 8 : 15 next Tuesday evening- in Gaston Hall . Tickets Cor the speech may be procured from Ron Del Sesto ,...

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Larsen Logs GU Art For Works Of Value [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

Larsen Logs GU Art For Works Of Value by Mark _Baldwtn Georgetown s art collection has a Van Dyck , a Rembrandt , a charming- little Guardi , and a lot of junk . So says Dr . Eric Larsen , Chairman of Georgetown s Fine Arts Department , who is cataloguing , all the works of art around Georgetown that are worth cataloguing . There are quite a number of things wed like to forget , Dr . Larsen says . I m not interested in those copies that hang around Healy Hall . Due almost entirely to the work of Dr . Larsen , Georgetown is climbing on the booming museum bandwagon . Under the present income tax laws , a person may give up to thirty percent of his gross income to educational institutions or the like . This has increased the number of art museums in the U . S . by more than 500 in the last three or four years . As a result , the need for more art experts and historians has grown , and hence our art collection , the primary aim of which , says Dr . Larsen , is to give students the close...

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Quigley Gift Complements Newman Letter _Collection [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

Quigley Gift Complements Newman Letter _Collection FR . NEIL GARGAN , S . J . . . . Perusing- a Newman first edition . Whenever the Oxford Movement of 19 th Century England is mentioned , a name that immediately comes to mind is that of John . Henry Cardinal Newman . Georgetown has recently supplemented its already substantial collection of the writings of this famous scholar . Last January , Mr . Martin S . Quigley , College 39 , contributed his entire library of Cardinal Newman s first editions to the school . Fr . Neil J . Gargan , S . J ., accepted them on behalf of the University and revealed them to the HOYA last week . is now established with his father in the publishing business in New York . Rare Acquistion The collection itself consists of first editions of a great majority of Cardinal Newman s works . Such an accumulation is irreplaceable because of the extensive damage suffered by the European libraries during the war . These first editions are of value , not only for th...

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The Magic Lantern [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

The Magic Lantern by Phil Quinn The Last Voyage The Last Voyage is the latest thriller spawned by the fertile imaginations of Andrew and Virginia Stone , a husband and wife producing team . Having leased the lie de France from a Japanese scrap company to which she had been sold by the French Line , the Stones rechristened her the Claridon and set out to blow up , burn , sink , and otherwise demolish as much of the proud old ship as the Japanese lawyers would allow , all in the interest of cinematic spectacle . And , as if destroying a full-fledged luxury liner were not sufficient to satiate the public s appetite for thrills , they have thrown into the chaos a plot , which item concerns a frantic husband s efforts to rescue his wife and daughter from the wreckage of the sinking hulk . All this is supposed to add up to 91 ( count em ) minutes of intense suspense . Somehow it doesnt . After an hour in the Stones emotional wringer , the spectator is so emotionally exhausted that he wish...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

National Tourneys Busy Philodemic In Recent Weeks Seasoned Philodemic Debaters competed in tournaments at Dartmouth , Maryland , and Boston University in the past three weeks . The national topic on the power of Congress and the Supreme Court was used at all these major events . At Dartmouth , February 19 and 20 , juniors Bob Bennett and Fred Nichols won four rounds and lost two . Tournament rules required them to alternate from the affirmative to the negative with each round . Bennett and Nichols defeated Vermont , Navy , Rhode Island , and George Washington . Fred Nichols placed sixth among the top ten speakers in the tournament . These same two men will represent the Philodemic in the Regional eliminations of the National Tournament . Marylands Capitol Hill At Maryland s Capitol Hill Tournament , Philodemic senior Neil Peterson and sophomore Paul Cullen teamed with freshman representatives Michael Lysught and Peter Handal . The freshman affirmative won two and lost four . Cullen ...

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M & B Sleuths lor Truth [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

M & B Sleuths for Truth A disillusioned detective from the New York Vice Squad finds himself confronted with the bitter truth about himself and his associates. Detective McLeod had thought that at least he and his wife were of pure and uncorrupt principles; then in a tense dramatic reversal he is brought to the realization that neither she nor he, himself, is faultless. This is the humanistic theme of Sidney Kingsley's Detective Story - the Mask and Bauble's final dramatic effort of the year. The production will be staged in Holy Trinity Theatre at 8:00 p.m. on March 11 and 12. Admissions will be one dollar. Jim McShane, Mask and Bauble president, wryly intimated the mood of this play when he said, "All who have been arrested will appreciate the authenticity of the production, and all who have not, ought to come, so as to be prepared when they are." The part of the idealistic detective will be played by Walt Smith with Emily Michaud as his wife. Other parts are played by...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 3 March 1960

Beta Pi Banquet Introduces Those Recently Inducted Seven seniors from the College have been admitted into the Beta Pi chapter of the National History Honor Society , Phi Alpha Theta . The ceremonies took place on February 20 in the Philodemic Room and were followed by a banquet in the New South Cafeteria . During the banquet , Dr . Tibor Kerekes , professor Emeritus of History , turned over the moderatorship of the society to Dr . Eugene H . Bacon , Asst . Professor of History . Dr . Kerekes had moderated the Beta Pi Chapter since its establishment in 1948 . Four of the seven new members , John Coleman , Bob Di Maio , Arnold Donahue , and Al Staebler , were mentioned two weeks ago in the HOYA . The other three are : Kevin B . Callanan , an AB history major who spent his junior year at Fribourg _, Switzerland . Kevin is also a member of the Washington Club and Alliance Francaise . Benjamin B . Grossman , also in the AB course , is a member of WGTB , the Washington Club and participat...

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