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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

THE MAGIC LANTERN ( Continued from Page 3 ) Whether or not one chooses to grant the validity of this position , one cannot deny that it receives an expert articulation in this film . Ivan acts only upon extreme provocation and against enemies who choose to employ his sanguine means , but for considerably viler purposes . The enormous , furry vat scuttling through a gloomily disloyal Kremlin at the beginning is , by the end of the film , the glorious sunburst king who has purged , and saved , the nation . The film s twelveyear suppression is a greater tribute to Stalin s blindness than Eisenstein s political disaffection . Given the morbid glamour of this film—its sumptuous , brocaded beauty somehow employed in stark , black-and-white composition , its continually fascinating color sequences ; given the power of its central scenes : the cathedral ceremony , with its liturgical drama a la Kabuki , the sepia-toned murder of the false czar , with its monstrously dancing shadows , the fi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

Fledging Law Club Hears Dean Dean Open 1 st Meeting To initiate its proceedings , the fledgling College Law Club was addressed last Tuesday evening by Mr . Paul Regis Dean , Dean of the Georgetown University Law Center . Speaking as a law school administrator and the Dean of the law school most closely connected with the College , Dean Dean discussed the potential that a pre-law club could realize , the qualities that an admissions committee would look for in a law school candidate , and the various fields in the legal profession open to a law graduate . The Law Club was begun early this semester after several students expressed their desire to have such a pre-law organization to Mr . Frank Evans , their Pre-Law Advisor . Mr . Evans then asked each of the Class Presidents to recommend two members of their respective classes to serve as a steering committee . The Presidents nominated seniors Al Bonacci and Bill Cumberland , who was elected chairman , juniors Bob Bennett and Tony Mont...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

Student Committee ( Continued from Page 1 ) and the Assistant Executive Chef of Harding-Williams have both been sent to Georgetown . McAllister said that this might be responsible for the improvement he and his colleagues have noted recently . McAllister asked if a food poll of the resident students would be helpful in determining menus . Mr . Popores _, expressing great interest in the proposal , agreed and promised to have one drawn up for Committee approval by March 7 . Similar to the poll taken last term , this one will strive for more detailed preferences . Mr . Popores believes that the lack of communication between students and food officials is a most pressing problem . Harding-Wil-liams wishes to make every effort to establish lines of communication with the students concerning their likes and dislikes . Wherever possible we will try to go along with the students in this respect . He expressed the hope that students would bear with him until the proposed policies take effec...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

SOCIAL DANCING 123-123 Ms knd Conditions ide Natural Way Mil I Its pi r . Scalps nd I I _iajdrVif I I I : ¦ : OH . _H-pOND-S tN i I n :.. v- u . s a Leading Questions Professor Dip Female reaction to dancing partners using ordinary hair tonics ( Text : I m Dancing With Tears in My Eyes ) . Female reaction to dancing partners using Vaseline Hair Tonic ( Text : Waltz Me Around Again , Willie ) . Universal use of water on hair with drying effects therefrom . Conversely : with Vaseline Hair Tonic you can use all the water you want ... with neat results . Status of the Male Wallflower at Contemporary Proms discussed in relation to briarpatch hair caused by alcohol tonics . Use of tacky hair creams explored , outlining sticky situations . Emphasis on the one step ( the one step necessary to be on the ball at the ball , namely a simple application of Vaseline Hair Tonic . ) Gragmi and Condition ! Hair ., Hit HJturil W « Cheeks Orjr _Sttlp and toon _Dindrufl its clear , it s clean _, it s V...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

Bigger Toohey Trophy Replaces Lost Prize by Walter J . Nicgorski Last year on this very week-end George Washington University Georgetown s neighbor , defeatet William and Mary College in th < final round of Cherry Blossom de bating . This victory for the debater ! from George Washington was on * of no ordinary proportions , for _bj tt , they retired the beautiful Johi J . Toohey Challenge Trophy . Thii was the third victory for the GVi debaters in eleven years of Cherrj Blossom competition ; their retiring of the Toohey Trophy was witnessed with disappointment bj Princeton University and St . Peter s College , each of whom had won th « Cherry Blossom twice previouslj and had hopes of taking the grand prize for themselves . The departure of the Toohej Trophy set the officers and Chancellor of the Philodemic in motion to secure another traveling _trophj so that the post-World War II tradition of Cherry Blossom debating could be continued . The permission to purchase another...

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1960 Tournament Schedule Thursday , March 10 9 : 00 a . m . —Registration , Palms Lounge , Walsh Building ( Registration closes at noon ) 1 : 15 p . m . —Assembly in Copley Lounge , Copley Building 1 : 30 p . m . —Assignment of First Round , Copley Lounge 2 : 00 p . m . —First Round of Debate 4 : 00 p . m . —Second Round of Debate 6 : 30 p . m . —Judges' Reception , Student Activities Room , Old North Building 6 : 30 p . m . —Participants' Reception , Copley Lounge 7 : 30 p . m . —Banquet , New South Dining Hall , New South Building Friday , March 11 2 : 00 p . m . —Third Round of Debate 4 : 00 p . m . —Fourth Round of Debate Saturday , March 12 10 : 30 a . m . —Fifth Round of Debate 12 : 00 a . m . —Luncheon in the New South Guest Dining Hall , New South Building 2 : 00 p . m . —Sixth Round of Debate 4 : 00 p . m . —Seventh Round of Debate 7 : 30 p . m . —Final Championship Round of Debate , Hall of Nations , Walsh Building 9 : 30 p . m . —Reception for Participants and Committee , New South Lounge , New South Building [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

1960 Tournament Schedule Thursday , March 10 9 : 00 a . m . —Registration , Palms Lounge , Walsh Building ( Registration closes at noon ) 1 : 15 p . m . —Assembly in Copley Lounge , Copley Building 1 : 30 p . m . —Assignment of First Round , Copley Lounge 2 : 00 p . m . —First Round of Debate 4 : 00 p . m . —Second Round of Debate 6 : 30 p . m . —Judges Reception , Student Activities Room , Old North Building 6 : 30 p . m . —Participants Reception , Copley Lounge 7 : 30 p . m . —Banquet , New South Dining Hall , New South Building Friday , March 11 2 : 00 p . m . —Third Round of Debate 4 : 00 p . m . —Fourth Round of Debate Saturday , March 12 10 : 30 a . m . —Fifth Round of Debate 12 : 00 a . m . —Luncheon in the New South Guest Dining Hall , New South Building 2 : 00 p . m . —Sixth Round of Debate 4 : 00 p . m . —Seventh Round of Debate 7 : 30 p . m . —Final Championship Round of Debate , Hall of Nations , Walsh Building 9 : 30 p . m . —Reception for Participants and Committee , N...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

by Dave Clement This year marks the one-hundred-thirtieth anniversary of the Philodemic Debating Society , the oldest student organization on campus , and the oldest pure debating society in the United States . The Philodemic was founded on January 21 , 1830 . Its purpose then , as now , was to inculcate into its members the faculty for thinking clearly , the ability to speak effectively , and especially the cultivation of public spirit . The society flourished under its first moderator , Father John Ryder , S . J ., late President of the College . In its early years , the Philodemic society distinguished itself by delivering patriotic addresses on such public occasions as Washington s Birthday and the Fourth of July . In May of 1842 the Philodemic inspired a public celebration in honor of the Maryland settlers . The occasion was such a popular success that Maryland Day was repeated in 1848 and 1854 . Forensics at Georgetown had so much success that rival societies were formed on ca...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

President s Message TO THE CHERRY BLOSSOM TOURNAMENT DEBATERS : ll _^^^ _mj _^ _S _^ H To a 11 of y ° _u , representatives of so many oi _|^/« pj _^^^ h _^ 8 _^| our sister colleges and universities in the United _^¦ Mffif _^ _ _^¦ _^ _l _states and Canada , I offer warm welcome in my owe ¦ /; _^ _S&CSSWi _^ i nanle an d in the name of Georgetown University _^ _aww _® ant _* my n ° P es f or y ° ur successful and enjoyable visii • _JJH _£ g _$ _tt $ sPl _£ i to Georgetown and to our Nation s Capital . _^ KpfSg _^ _yj / _Jt is one of tne anornalies of a debating tourna- ^^ BUmSBK _^ ment thatthough there will eventually be one team _^ _SHBH _^^ HB de dared the winnerthere can be , strictly speaking fl _^ S 9 | K _^^ H |[ H no losers . The inherent values of debating , in pain9 _|^^ bB | H hM | staking investigation and sifting of truth and fad _H _^ _BM Hi _^^^^ B _^ B in an important and significant question of the day ; in the ordered marshalling of clear thought and lo...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

Debate Tourney ( Continued from Page 1 ) ( Classical ) course . This year he has attended the NYU , Harvard , and Capitol Hill Tourneys . He is also a recipient of a much sought-after Philodemic trophy for outstanding performance and is no stranger to the winner s circle . Bob Bennett , a graduate of Brooklyn Prep High School , is a resident of Arlington , Virginia . A junior AB government major , Bob has seen action this year in the St . Josephs , NYU , Johns Hopkins , and Dartmouth Debate Tournaments . He has been cited for superior debating on a number of occasions . Seven Rounds The 160 debaters will partici ¬ pate seven competition at the conclusion of whichthe two teams with the best record will be selected to present their myriad needsplans , objections , etc . in the final round . These will be held on Saturday evening . Growing- Larger The Georgetown Invitational Cherry Blossom Tournament was inaugurated in 1948 under the leadership of Father Eugene B . Gallagher S . J . Si...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

Hello , hello again ! You knowthat old editors never die—they just lose their by-line . And in order to keep you from being dead as far as this world of ours is concerned , LIFE has given me back my by-line . Neither of us want to lose out on life—and you can read that in lower or upper case—so Ill be occupying this space each wat-. v :, ¦ . ¦ ¦ : ¦ : ¦ . ¦¦ .: : v : : r / : ; ; Kullen Looks At ___^ week issue to fill you in on the current of LIFE magazine . Ill try to e m features in the issue that I m point out a few of the more interesting sure you wont want to miss , , but I might miss something that you will be interested in—so you better get LIFE and check for yourself . REGULAR FEATURES . . . LIFE takes the world—beautiful and exciting , humdrum and prosaic—and brings it to you each week , whether its a trade fair in Kazakhstan or an all-night session in that white-domed building down Pennsylvania Ave . With the finest combination of reporters and photographers in the busines...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

I didn t know , myself , how unusual was a debater s life , until a few days ago , when I happened to fall into conversation with a star Georgetown debater , whom I shall call Patsy Swift . Patsy has added considerable glory to the Georgetown debate record ; indeed , he is so busy debating that we never see him in class anymore . Patsy , while talking to me , was waiting- for a taxi to take him to the airport , where he was to leave for Phoenix to attend the All-Pep Annual Junior Collegiate Phoenix College Alumni Tournament . If you win the APAJCPCAT six times in a row , you get to keep the silver plated cup , so , naturally , Patsy was eager . Since I noticed that Patsy was on crutches , I asked him what had happened . Oh , just a little overwork . Those Dartmouth tournaments are pretty rough . I asked him how he got into debating . Well , I dont know , he said . You ve got to be born to it , I think . It wasn t just that I ve always been shooting off my mouth that made me want to ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

Teams Attending New England Boston College Boston University Bowdoin College Dartmouth College Holy Cross College Mass . Institute of Technology Tufts College University of Vermont Canada McGill University Middle Atlantic Fordham College Fordham School of Education Johns Hopkins University Kings College University of Maryland Loyola University New York University University of Pennsylvania St . John s College St . John s University College St . Joseph s College St . Peter s College U . S . Merchant Marine Academy U . S . Naval Academy Midwest University of Chicago University of Cincinnati Notre Dame University Ohio State University Wayne State University Southeast American University Cumberland University University of Florida George Washington University Howard University University of Richmond University of South Carolina University of Virginia College of William and Mary Edmund Campion Society Philodemic Society

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Fr . Sweeney , S . J . Philp Chancellor [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

Fr . Sweeney , S . J . Philp Chancellor Fr . D . Gilbert Sweeney , S . J . Father D . Gilbert Sweeney , S . J ., a native of Philadelphia , came to Georgetown in July of 1956 , after having taught at St . Joseph s Prep for three years . Upon his arrival at the Hilltop , he was named moderator of the Gaston-White Society , and under his tutelage the freshman compiled the best record in its history at the University . Again the following year , Father Sweeney was the Moderator , and again the freshmen continued their winning ways . Last year Father Sweeney extended his connections with debating at Georgetown when he became Chancellor of the Philodemic Society . In addition to his duties with the Philodemic , Father Sweeney is also Chairman of the Theology Department .

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

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Loyalty Oath Provokes An Hours Discussion [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

Loyalty Oath Provokes An Hours Discussion by Dan Griffin A flurry of dissenting opinion bristled into an hour-long debate when a discussion sponsored by the Georgetown Committee for the Loyalty Oath was held on March 2 , in the Student Activities Room . So heated was the discussion that the Chairman of the Committee , sophomore Robert Harley , was forced to plead for order on several occasions ; Doug Caddy , Foreign Service senior , addressed the twenty in attendance and tried to answer their questions . Kennedy Amendments The subject of the argument was Amendment S 2929 , sponsored by Senator Kennedy , and designed to repeal the controversial loyalty oath of the National Defense Education Act . This oath must be taken by those accepting government funds and states in part : that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the United States of America and will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States against all its enemies , foreign and domestic . The more tha...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Hoya — 10 March 1960

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