Found in 68 Collections and/or Records:
Contains articles on Georgetown football including on the Orange Bowl game against Mississippi State. Among those highlighted, players Bill McLaughlin, Ben Bulvin, Jack Doolan, Allen Matuza, Agostino Lio, and Coach Jack Hagerty. Also included are articles on Georgetown basketball and basketball players Irv Rizzi, George Pajak, Jim Giebel, and Bill Bornheimer. Clippings on baseball and on shot putter Al Blozis and boxer Bob Sullivan are also present.
Contains clippings re Georgetown University sports. Among athletes highlighted: football players Wilmer Bradley, Augie Lio, Eddie McMahon, Al Blozis, and Ben Bulvin; basketball players Leon Esenstad and Bill Bornheimer; golfer Billy Rohrey; shortshop Henry Mylnarski; and track team member Les MacMitchell. Also mentioned: graduate manger of athletics Rome Schwagel; football coach John Hagerty; hockey team; and All-District Basketball Team.
Contains clippings on Georgetown University sports, including basketball, baseball, hockey, boxing, golf, track, and football. Among athletes mentioned: football players Paul Walsh, Jimmy O'Keefe, Jack O'Connor, and Richard Werder; basketball coach Elmer Ripley; basketball player Andy Kostecka; hockey defenseman Steve Smith; and runner Eddie Sause.
Contains clippings, mainly on basketball and football. Among those highlighted: basketball coach Elmer Ripley and basketball players Andy Kostecka, Ken Brown, and Tommy O'Keefe; football coach Jack Hagerty and football players Elmer Raba, Bus Werder, Babe Baranowski, Lou Surman, and Joe McFadden; and boxer Tommy McGinty.
Contains clippings on Georgetown University sports. Among those mentioned: basketball players Bill Bolger and Hugh Beins; track team members Charles Capozzoli, Bob Lippemeier, and Carl Joyce; basketball coach Buddy Jeannette; and pitcher Rube Waldele.
Contains clippings re track, football, basketball, baseball, golf, tennis, and polo. Includes articles on Hugh Beins, Joe Carroll, Joe Bolger, Jack Walsh, Bill Cowley, Warren Buehler, Carl Joyce, Charles Capozzoli, John Kelley, Paul Baroncelli, Paul Gould, Tony Plansky, Paul Oldam, Tom La Manna, and Jim Mooney.
Contains clippings re basketball, football, boxing, baseball, soccer, tennis and cross country. Includes articles on Tom Quinn, Frank Heins, Father Ed Doyle, Warren Buehler, Tom Gola, Joe Bolger, Eddie Kirk, Wes Santee, Burr Grim, Paul Baroncelli, Frank Valgenti, Arthur Duffey, Tony Velenti, Joe Missett, and the Queen City Invitational Basketball Tournament.
Contains clippings on Georgetown University Sports. Among athletes highlighted, basketball coach Tommy Nolan, runner Joe Deady, and soccer player Kevin Lynch.
Scrapbook: Inauguration of the Very Reverend Hunter Guthrie, S.J., as President of Georgetown University, April 30 and May 1, 1949
Contains printed material and photographs (some color) relating to inaugural events. Included are: programs; invitations; the text of the Presidential Oath of Office; the text of Fr. Guthrie's inauguration speech; and clippings. Among those photographed: Gerard F. Yates, S.J.; Edmund A. Walsh, S.J.; and speakers William A. Orton, W. Edmund Fitzgerald, S.J., Francis X. Talbot, S.J., Cecil H. Driver, Ben W. Palmer, Hufgh S. Taylor, and James H. Doolittle.
Includes: programs and tickets from University events; programs from Washington theaters; menus; clipping on Robert Legendre; dance cards for Trinity College Alumnae Association dances, 1919-1921; issues of "The Hilltopper"; Georgetown College registration card, September 1918; and flyer: “Vote Jiggs McManus for Postmaster.”
Includes photograph of graduating class with W. Coleman Nevils, S.J. on the steps of Healy Hall, undated. Also clippings and invitations.
Kept by Ralph Duplin who was a member of Georgetown University's baseball and football teams. Contains clippings and a few photographs of baseball and football, 1925-1929. Includes photographs of: Mr. Duplin, “Ed” O’Shea, “Phil” McNamara, and “Hen” Langsen...[Henry J. Lansenkamp?] in sa tudent room; John S. Edmonston; freshman football team, 1925; and Jack Hagerty at 40th reunion of the 1928 football team.