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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

885 Vol. I NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART, DECEMBER, 1952 No. 2

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Catholic Art Group Chooses Dean of Newton As New Regional Head [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Catholic Art Group Chooses Dean of Newton As New Regional Head Mother Louise Keyes, Dean of Newton, has been appointed Chairman oi the New England Region of the Catholic Art Association, it has just been announced, and Newton has been invited to be host to the national meeting of the Association in 1953. On November 22nd of this year the regional meeting was held at Newton, and was attended by a large and appreciative group of art lovers. After the Missa Cantata sung at ten in the college chapel by the Reverend Thomas Carroll, guests were invited to the first session in the Playhouse, where Mother Keyes acted as chairman, and Mother Eleanor Kenny, Newton's President, made the welcoming address. The first speaker, Graham Carey, upheld the thesis that the art object should be functional, honest, and symbolic. Miss Ade de Bethune. formerly editor of the Catholic Art Quarterly, spoke of the year she spent doing church decoration in the Philippines. In one place she and her native assist...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Speaker Extols Courage of Mother Duchesne [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Speaker Extols Courage of Mother Duchesne "Life is a duty, dare it; life is a burden, bear it." In these words the Very Reverend Robert J. Slavin, 0.P., S.T.M., Ph.D., summarized the philosophy which guided Blessed Rose Philippine Duchesne through her long life of suffering and devotion. Father Slavin delivered the panegyric in the Newton Playhouse on Monday, November 18th, at the centenary celebration of Blessed Philippine's entering eternal life. "Christ began Blessed Philippine's training early," Father Slavin said. "This fiery soul was to be trained in toil and tears and tribulation. She was a child of storm, for her young eye • beheld France broken on the wheel of revolution. Shi.' lived through times when shattered society was groping toward liberty, groping in anarchy, risings, and bloodshed." Father Slavin's panegyric was followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament given by the Right Reverend Msgr. Augustine F. Hickey, VicarGeneral of the Archdiocese of Boston, and Past...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Building Fund Drive Announced [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Building Fund Drive Announced This is the whole plan for the development of the Newton campus. The completion of Stuart will first be carried out. The next buildings to be erected are the Chapel. Library and Science Hall. It is hoped that the dormitories and Theatre will follow soon.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Here is the Newton of the Near Future Drive to be Launched in February of 1953 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Here is the Newton of the Near Future Drive to be Launched in February of 1953 With this issue of "885" comes the first official announcement by Reverend Mother Barry, that plans for the increase ol the college's buildings are under way. The architects firm of Maginnis and Walsh have already submitted a plot plan showing the complete program ot expansion, and floor plans for the additions to Stuart House. These additions which will, it is hoped, be begun within a year, arc themselves twice as large as the present building. In February, a fund-raising campaign will be begun with the publication of a booklet explaining the aims, the present work, and the long range plans lor the development of the college. The immediate goal will be the raising of $2,500,000, the estimated minimum cost of finishing Stuart and erecting the projected Chapel, Library and Science Hall. The complete plan includes a line of buildings stretching from the front gate west, past Stuart and Barat to the Library ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
885 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

885 NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART Newton, Massachusetts Published five times a year by the JourruJijm Class VOL. I December, 1952 No. 2

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Here's Where We Come In [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Here's Where We Come In A mere glance into the smoker could tell you that Newton must expand. The official announcement that plans for the new Newton are undei way is proof enough that the administration feels it can expand. These plans should be an incentive to the students for cooperation and initiative. Now is the time to act. The students must spread their own enthusiasm among their friends and acquaintances, and it is important that this enthusiasm be intelligent. How can people help us unless they know what we need? We must be aware of all the administration plans; not only of their present plans, as stated clearly on page one of this issue, but also of those yet to come. No one can be expected to support a vague proposal. In February the official drive will be launched on a large scale. The immediate goal of $2,500,000 will cover only the first four constructions, Stuart, the Chapel, Library and Science buildings. To work towards the aim as a group, the students will hold a c...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Student Government in Action [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Student Government in Action The results of the latest Representative Student Committee meeting were announced two weeks ago. At these semi-annual meetings, which are now an established part of the Student Government Program, twenty representatives of the students meet with the President, the Dean, and the five wardens to discuss proposed changes in either the Student Government Constitution or the By-Laws. In a congenial atmosphere, logical arguments for and against the proposals arc brought forth, and usually satisfactory compromises are reached. The success of these meetings is largely due to the understanding shown by all those concerned. Although a few requests of the last meeting were not granted, the majority of the answers pleased the college. The purpose of the meetings, however, is not to grant more and more liberal permissions to the students, but to find solutions for problems which affect the administration as well as the students. Such solutions can normally be found b...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
And a Very Happy Christmas [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

And a Very Happy Christmas The staff of "885" wish to all its loyal subscribers a very happy Christmas. This is "885" 's first Christmas. Be as generous to it as warm-hearted people always are to the young. It is still in a financially precarious position. Keep it in mind. It would appreciate finding a few ads or extra subscriptions under its first Christmas tree. But it is grateful for past favors. Happy Christmas!

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

COMING EVENTS Dec.. 18th —Christmas Feast Wishes. Dec. 19th to Jan. sth—Christmas holidays. Jan. sth to 12th—Reading period. Jan. 12th to 22nd —Mid-Year Examinations. Jan. 26th —Second semester. Feb. 2nd —President's holiday; Feast wishes by Dramatic Club Feb. 3rd —Lecture by the Countess of Listowel. Feb. 15th to 19th—Annual retreat. Feb. 22nd to 28th —Interracial Week. Feb. 23rd —Washington's Birthday; no classes.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Lighter Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

The Lighter Side The senior class drew a long tired breath as it wearily packed for the Thanksgiving holidays. The thesis, first draft, was in and it was time for a long week-end. With the reassuring thought that all footnotes without page numbers, all grammatical mistakes and even woozy headedness could be corrected for the second draft, thirty-nine girls curled their hair, used their makeup, donned high heels and set out to forget about working for four relaxing but probably not restful days. Sleepers and studiers could not understand why rumbling noises were coming from Room ~2 in Duchesne on November 17th. The next morning, upon investigation, they lound Mary Chisholm, Flo Connolly, Babe Cortelli, and Pat Donovan displaying, like proud parents, the first double-decker bed in the college . . . No one can accuse Newton of being narrow in its interests. On Thanksgiving, that typically American holiday, our three Japanese students celebrated with — no, not turkey, but a pizza dinner...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Among Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Among Ourselves After-dinner music provided by five of the Newtones, and by the Sophomore Notones, was one of the features of the Sophomore-Senior dinner at the 1812 House in Framingham on November 12. Theses and mid-terms were forgotten as all sat down to enjoy fried chicken. Last year, the Sophomores, then bewildered Freshmen, dined as guests of their Junior sisters at the 1812 House, and learned the ways of the world at Newton. This year, the part of host changed hands, but the empty plates and the cheery tone of the evening showed that it was as great a success this year as last. Amy Belatiger Gramace, former vicepresident of the Junior class, has a daughter, Joanne, born on November 12th. Amy is '54's first mother! Born to Alary Ann White '50 and Frank Cullen, a son on November 3rd. A hoy, Kenneth John, was born Tuesday, December 2nd to Mrs. Kenneth Conant, Newton's efficient Assistant Librarian. Catherine Marie Doyle, for four years President of Newton's first class, lias repl...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Glee Club Presents Carols From Many Lands [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Glee Club Presents Carols From Many Lands Newton entered into the spirit of Christmas throughout the world when the Glee Club presented their Christmas concert lor the students and their friends on Tuesday evening, December sixteenth, in the Playhouse. Surrounded with evergreens and symbols of winter and Christmas, the Club offered a varied program of ancient carols as well as the more familiar modern carols of Europe and the Americas. Bidding the audience rejoice in anticipation of the coming of the Messias, the entire group began the concert with the Advent hymn, 0 Come, O Come Emmanuel. A series of Ancient Carols dating as far back as the thirteenth century was next on the program. Sopranos Mary Evans, Mimi Johnson, Aileen Mannix and Mary Whalen, second sopranos Adelaide Berry, Sheila Murphy, Helen Ward Sperry and Marion Linehan, and altos Elinor Reardon, Helen Badenhausen, Mary Curran and Carol McKinnev, formed the Madrigal group which sang a number of French Carols including Pa...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Religious of the Sacred Heart from Japan Speaks to College of Schools in Orient [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Religious of the Sacred Heart from Japan Speaks to College of Schools in Orient Reverend Mother Mary Sheldon, Superior Vicar of the Chinese and Japanese Houses of the Sacred Heart, returning from Rome, arrived at Newton on Monday, November 10th. Yasuko Ohashi and Kuniko Shiobara, two students from the Japanese school who are now Sophomores at Newton, put on their formal Japanese dress to greet Reverend Mother. A third student from the Japanese school. Keiko Sato, arrived at Newton, Wednesday, November 26. On Tuesday, November 11th at 9 o'clock, Reverend Mother met the whole College in formal academic dress in the Assembly Hall. Gay Conley, President of Student Government, read an address and presented an offering, and Reverend Mother in answering, told the story of the founding of the Japanese schools of the Sacred Heart. In 1907, Pope Pius X asked Reverend Mother Mabel Digby, the fifth Superior General of the Scoietv, to bring the Society of the Sacred Heart to Japan. That same yea...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Janet Stuart Guild Entertains in Tea House [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Janet Stuart Guild Entertains in Tea House Members of the Janet Stuart Guild and their guests attended a pre-Christ-mas Luncheon and Food Sale, given by the members of the Board, on Thursday, December 4th, in the Tea House. Headed by Mrs. Joseph F. Reilly, president of the Guild, and mother of Betty Anne, '55, the Committee included: Mrs. Gerald Connolly, mother of Flo, '55, Mrs. Joseph Gannon. Miss Margaret Foley, Mrs. John McNamara, Mrs. Thomas Kelly, mother of Barbara, '53, and Mrs. Philip Stuart. Before the Luncheon, homemade cakes and pastries which had been donated by the members were sold. I ater in the afternoon, members of the Glee Club joined with guests in singing Christmas Carols. Mother Dora Guerrieri, R.S.C.J., at the organ, accompanied Mrs. Reilly. who sang the Cantique de Noel.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Newtones Join Colleges in Song Competition [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Newtones Join Colleges in Song Competition The Newtones, the official small singing group of Newton College of the Sacred Heart, provided a portion of the musical background for "La Fete Internationale", at Emmanuel College, on Sunday, November 23rd. Sponsored by the Fine Arts Commission of NFCCS, at Emmanuel, the afternoon programme consisted of a plav and song contest, followed by a rc(eption and tea for the participants and the distinguished guests. The colleges used selections from Labriche's play, "Le Chapeau de Faille", as lyrics lor a modern song tunc. Other colleges represented were Annluirst. Boston College, Holy Cross and Mcrrimac. Merrimac was the winning college. Members of the Newtones are Adelaide Berry, Frances Mannix, Helen Badenhausen, Helen Ward Sperry, Ann Sperry, Elinor Reardon, and Joan Costello.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
New Kitchen Staff Popular at Newton [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

New Kitchen Staff Popular at Newton "If the girls appreciate my cooking, then I'm tickled to death," said Anthony Blazon when interviewed recently by an "885" reporter. Mr. Blazon, from Roxbury, Newton's much appreciated new cook, worked at Boston College before coming to Newton. Through his long career, he has cooked everything from Hungarian goulash to Boston baked beans. When asked how he first began cooking, he replied sensibly, "Well, 1 was hungry." He is assisted in Newton's kitchen by Mr. Thomas Donovan of New York City, who was formerly in the rugcleaning business. From Rosemont College, in Pennsylvania, came Ellen Basquil. She com "s from Jamaica Plain, to Newton to provide our pastry. A glance around the dining-room at mealtime evidences local appreciation for the efforts of Mr. Blazon and Miss Basquil. Three good meals a day keep morale high and vitality equal to the demands ol higher education. Chef Anthony Blazon (right) keeps his spoon in the pot even while posing with...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Christmas Activities Brighten Campus [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Christmas Activities Brighten Campus Signs of Christmas have invaded Newton. The Advent wreath candle is lighted every morning. The students gather in Stuart before nine o'clock class, and Mother Kenny, President of the College, says the prayer, preceded and followed by the traditional hymn, "Long the Ages" which expresses the spirit ol Advent waiting in such lines as: "While the Prophets scanned the portents, And in patience said, 'Not Yet'." The annual Christmas parties will be given in each house accompanied by presents, caroling, and good cheer. The house decorations consisting of Christmas trees, boughs, and wreaths, are noted with approval by an artisticeye and with excitement by everybody. The Feast Wishes given by the students expressing a Happy Christmas to the community, faculty and employees, will be highlighted this year by a Christmas play directed by Nancy Dolan, with Eloise Welch as the shepherd. and Francie Mannix as Our Lady. Other members of the cast include Nancy ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Newton I.R.C. and I.R.J. Stage Radio Debate [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Newton I.R.C. and I.R.J. Stage Radio Debate Members of Newton's International Relations and Interracial Justice Clubs made their radio debut on' November 25th, when they joined with the Debating Society of Holy Cross in a four member radio forum, broadcast from the campus station of Holy Cross. Topic of the forum was The Pros and Cons of a Federal Fair Employment Practices Laic. Phyllis Hollar, president of the IRJ, and Lucille Joy ol IRC took the affimative stand for Newton, while Joe Kerwin and Frank Rett of Holy Cross defended the negative. Phyllis Hollar pointed out that Americans, professing to guarantee the integrity and rights of all men, act paradoxically when they discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, and religious prejudice. "FEPC," she said, "would not force an employer to hire an incompetent worker, but would claim lor men of equal ability an equal opportunity for employment. States' rights are dear to the hearts ot all the people, but it is the duty of...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Newton Gains Victory Over Regis at Hockey [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1952

Newton Gains Victory Over Regis at Hockey Newton's Varsity hockey team scored its second victory over Regis College on November 14th. Before an audience of students and faculty, Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior and Senior members of the team worked together to secure the 3-0 victory. The 1952 Varsity welcomed two Detroit freshmen to its ranks, Gail O'Donnell as left wing and Margaret Blinstrub in center half position. The pace and action of the game was kept up by the teamwork of Newton's forward line. Gail Ennis, Eloise Welsh and Ann Fulton were in constant control of the ball, changing the direction alternately between the two wings, and keeping up their reputation for quick passing and steady unit playing. Ann Fulton scored the first goal, Gail O'Donnell the next, and Gail Ennis the last. After the game both teams assembled in the tea house where Gay Conley and Jeanne Hartford, as hostesses, served cocoa and cookies.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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