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Cardinal Lays Cornerstone [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Cardinal Lays Cornerstone The laying of the Chapel cornerstone took place at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, October 30th. His Eminence Richard Cardinal Cushing read the prayers for the rising: chapel and laid the stone. Among the dignitaries present, were Rt. Rev. Msgr. Timothy F. O'Leary, superintendent of the arch - diocesan school system; Rt. Rev. Msgr. Walter Furlong, pastor of Our Lady Help of Christians Church, in whose parish the college is located. Rev. W. Seavey Joyce, S.J., Newton college chaplain, was present and assisted His Eminence. Messrs. Daniel Sar- gent and Richard H. Nolan represented the Advisory Board. Alumnae Association president, Miss Mary Nolan, '54, and Mrs. Edward J. Burke, Janet Stuart Guild president, also attended. Representing their firms were architects Eugene Kennedy and Arthur Kennedy of Maginnis, Walsh, and Kennedy, and James H. Walsh, Jr. of the Walsh Brothers Contractors. The cornerstone was laid with the silver trowel which was used in laying the cornerst...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Literary Club Presents ... [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Literary Club Presents ... This year the Literary Club is sponsoring a new program which aims to entertain as well as to educate students. Every Thursday afternoon between three and five o'clock, records of plays, short stories, poetry, and selections from novels will be played in the Duchesne West Lounge, where those interested can smoke, knit, and listeji. Some of the works of T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost, W.H. Auden, Virginia Woolf and others will be included. The concentration will be on modern rather than classic literary figures. T.S. Eliot's Murder in (lie ( illlie. drill John Steinbeck's (lie Snake and Johnny Hear and Maugham's Three Kill Women of Antilles, and poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins already nave been presented. Among tile selections chosen for the near future are MacLeish's J. 11., E. E. Cummings' poetry, and Eliot's Cocktail Party. Each week the Literary Club will post the name of the selection on the twenty-four hour bulletin board as well as 011 the Literary Club bul...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

The Club under the direction of Mr Theodore Marier voices the (hiinksgh iny ; i nil eliition of si 11 Hie s(udon(s upon (lie laying of (lie < h;ipel's cornerstone. (Mr Marier is interviewed oil ]iii(fe

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Gabriel Marcel To See Play Here [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Gabriel Marcel To See Play Here Gabriel Marcel will attend a special production of his play, La dupe lie Ardente. at Newton this Saturday, November 18th. A group of students on campus are presenting the three-act drama under the direction of Miss Joan David, an alumna of Newton and former director of the dramatic club in 1959-60. M.Marcel, one of today's foremost philosophers, is author of philosophical works and plays. While his plays are intimately connected with his philosophy, however, he does not use the stage merely as a vehicle to explore abstract ideas as such. Miss David graduated from Newton in 1957, and went on for the Master's Degree in Speech and Drama from Catholic University. She then returned to Newton to direct the dramatic club productions of Conrad Seller's The flown Who Kan Away, Tennessee Williams' Something 1 Inspoken, and John Balderston's Berkeley Square. The cast of La Chapelle Ardente includes, in order of appearance: Pamela Hitching '63, Maria feres '63, C...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
"885" Affected by Cut: Needs College Support [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

"885" Affected by Cut: Needs College Support The 35% cut in allocations this year will seriously affect production of "885" as well as every other club on campus. Since the first issue of "885" in 1952, the paper has depended on student subscriptions, ads (a limited number because of lack of space), and allocations from the college treasury. In the interviewing nine years, changes in the college have been remarkable: the college enrollment is now four times what it was then, and facilities have been expanded in proportion. While tlie college changed rapidly, "885" changed too, from five 4-column issues to six 5-column issues per year, with wider scope and more pictures. With larger enrollment came more activities, news and pictures, and more student support. ISut this support ilid not increase financially in proportion to student enrollment. With every two new students, "885" can expect at most, one subscription, because of the practice of sharing subscrip- tions among two, three, a...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Student Board Will Represent Major Fields [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Student Board Will Represent Major Fields One of the projects of the 196162 student government has just been put into effect with the establishment of an Education Board, to represent every department be fore the student body. The board will function primarily as a service to students choosing their majors. A list of candidates in the senior class was submitted by student government officers to the department heads, who selected one student in each major field. The representatives will work with the department heads in discussing majors with lowerclassmen, explaining the requirements for each field and for graduate school, and arranging appointments for interviews with professors in the departments. Besides providing information about majors, the Education Board will ialso serve as a medium through which students can make suggestions about activities and courses in the departments. The purpose of the board is to give the student more familiarity with the major she intends to choose,...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Now Is the Time [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Now Is the Time Time's October 31st feature on Mary Bunting, President of Radcliffe, defines her convictions about the modern educated woman. "In a society of early marriage, lightened housework and lengthened lives, she deplores women who abdicate their obligation to put their brains and education to creative use." Some of Mrs. Bunting's proposals might seem revolutionary. However, she makes certain suggestions for which we have all been waiting. Too often, the so-called educated woman student fails to realize the meaning and purpose of a real education, even while she is studying. She looks forward to a marriage that will take her away from present intellectual dilemmas and pressures, and place her in a situation of complacent isolation. She avoids considering graduate school because she might over-develop her mind and thus reduce her chance of finding a husband. She is willing instead to look forward to a lifetime of boredom in a position where her brain will remain in neutral. N...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
What Can We Do? [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

What Can We Do? The November 2nd student government meeting closed with a serious plea for social consciousness. Judy Davin cited recent examples of public student activities in Washington, D.C. in a movement for peace, and urged; the student body to consider the necessity for active social consciousness among today's youth. Perhaps a preliminary path to the road to social consciousness is individual self-consciousness. The question of personal ideals and standards for social behavior was discussed before the student body last October. Another aspect of self-consciousness (not necessarily distinct from social standards) is that of intellectual awareness. And the time is ripe for this awareness. Self-consciousness asks the question: "Who am I?"; intellectual awareness answers: "I know and understand certain facts, want to understand mankind, and I am formulating a philosophy by which I will be able to reconcile knowledge with life, and my position in life." Academic education and atm...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Lighter Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

The Lighter Side Now if there is one thing Newton College has, it is that special touch of glamour that makes life more pleasant! Take, for instance, our snack-bar. I ask you, was there ever a snack-bar with such gracious elegance, such overwhelming charm, such distinguished grandeur? Oh, I'm not referring to its sweet-smelling fresh air, always plentiful, nor to its spotless tabletops, nor to its constant atmosphere of serenity! Good heavens, no! What really makes this room singularly enticing are those gloriously plush, deep, rich, red velvet ropes in front of the counter. Other schools have to settle for dank, colorless, chewed, (people do get restless waiting in line) wooden ones; but we, sharp and sophisticated young things that we are, have the privilege of red velvet! Aren't you flooded with visions of the impressive dignity of the Plaza or the Waldorf when you trip over these things and topple on your face while rushing to get a hot fudge sundae? From your superb angle on th...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Among Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Among Ourselves ENGAGED: Helen Craig 1 '59 to John E. Lynch of Irvington, New York. Mr. Lynch was graduated from Fordham University and Georgetown University Law School. A February wedding is planned. Harjjane Mulvaiiity '59 to William J. Casey of Taunton. Mr. Casey is a graduate of Holy Cross and Boston University graduate school. A February 7tli wedding is planned. Eleanor O'Connor '60 to William G. Lynch of Dorchester. Mr. Lynch is a graduate of Holy Gross and served with the U.S. Army in the Far East. A February wedding is planned. Roberta von llrff '62 to Mr. James R. Sweeney of New York City. Mr. Sweeney was graduated from Villanova and is attending St. John's Law School. MARRIED: Joanne Meelian ex '62 to Mr. William Dillon Berghold at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola in New York City on October 22nd. Maureen Meehan served as maid of honor for her sister and Barbara Jones was a bridesmaid. After a wedding trip to Jamaica. 8.W.1., the couple will live in New York City. Dianne ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
885 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

885 m:\vto\ ok the sacked heart NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Published six limes a year by students of Newton College Barbara Schroetter '62 — Editor-in-Chief Elaine Flaherty '62 — Managing Editor Mary Ellen MciShane '62 — ISusiness Manager Kay Kearney '63 — Circulation Manager Kay Bryant '62 — Photography Editor News Staff: B. Aaron, J. Bacon, M. Burns, N. Bowles, V. Carmody, M. Criminous, J. Crowfoot, M. L. Cunningham, P. Dane, R. Drew, M. Flynn, S. Dloway, M. A. Kelly, C. Koechley, S. Lawlor, E. MaCarthy, A. McCracken, M. A. McGeough, K. McHale, M. E. Palenchar, M. Reilly, K. Shuman, J. Simms, A. Sonz, M. Tobin Editorial Assistants: N. Crowell, H. Desfossis, C, Dolan, S. Gorman, M. Hoogland, B. Meehan, B. Richardson, K. Hughes, R. Von Urft' Business Staff: M. Clancy, F. Hesterberg, B. Lynch, J. Nicolayson, R. McDonnell, K. Mulvey, M. L. Ritoli, M. Geraty, D. Conley Cartoonists: M. Mundell, K. Withers Vol. X November, 1961 No. 2

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Around Town [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Around Town DRAMA November Ist - November 18th — "A Thurber Carnival" Wilbur, 8:30 P.M. November 6th - December 2nd — "Fiorello" Shubert, 8:30 P.M. November 13th - November 25th — "First Love" Colonial, 8:30 P.M. November 17th - November 18th — "Three Actors and Their Drama;" "The Leader" by lonesco; Wellesley College Theatre, 8:30 P.M. November 20th - December 2nd — "A Taste of Honey" Wilbur, 8:30 P.M. November 27th - December 16th — "Subways Are for Sleeping" Colonial, 8:30 P.M. December 4th - December 23rd — "Advise and Consent" Wilbur, 8:30 P.M. December sth - December 16th — "Take Her, She's Mine" Shubert, 8:30 P.M. December 7th - December 9th — "Importance of Being Oscar" John Hancock Hall, 8:30 P.M. LECTURES November 15th — Honorable Frederick R. Poland, 5 Park Street; "Future of the United Nations" November 19th — Thurgood Marshall, Ford Hall Forum; 8:00 P.M. November 24th — Hon. Eugene McCarthy - Dr. Russell Kirk, 5 Park Street; "Liberalism - Conservatism" November 26th — H...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Think It Over [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Think It Over Most of us object to being reminded about something over and over again. However, some things never seem to be said often enough. One of these is the meaning of Thanksgiving. We all enjoy Thanksgiving — the exciting football game, the traditional turkey, the delicious pumpkin pie. Amid these pleasures, it is easy to forget why the day is set aside. We all learned in the far-away days of grammar school that the first Thanksgiving Day was celebrated by the Pilgrims in gratitude to God for a successful harvest. Yet how many of us will even consider this on November 23rd, unless it's to make a rather hackneyed joke about it? Not that it is essential to meditate lengthily on it, but it can remind us of how much gratitude we owe God. Some people think they have little to be grateful for — after all- they still have to pay taxes, put up with an M.T.A. fare hike, and/or write a senior thesis. But we do have things rather more fundamental — among other things, life, freedom, th...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Political View: Miller Speaks On Campus [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Political View: Miller Speaks On Campus William Miller, chairman of the Republican National Committee, (and father of Libby Miller 'G5), spoke here at the invitation of the Debate Club on October 25th, He discussed the basic principles of (lie two-party system in the United States. The greater portion of Mr. Miller's speech concerned the Republican interpretation of the American position in foreign policy, especially in relation to growing Communist strength in various areas of the world. In his speech, Mr. Miller pointed out four areas where he feels the present administration has stood by and, to a certain degree, has allowed or is allowing Communist aggression. These areas are Laos, Cuba, Red China and Berlin. Mr. Miller went on to discuss the two-party system and the dangers that can arise from the existence of many political groups. He cited as an example the situation in Germany in the 1930'5. After only thirty years as a democracy, Germany lost its political freedom in 1930 t...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Playhouse Begins Season [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Playhouse Begins Season by Molly Tobin This season, the Charles Playhouse gives every evidence that it is continuing to maintain its original intention of presenting meaningful legitimate drama that can be enjoyed at a reasonable cost. In its previous three years of existence it has been striving for a combination of artistic success and financial stability, both of which are essential to keep a theatre operating. These are difficult goals for the Charles Playhouse to achieve, since it must compete with the popular television set and more particularly, with the spectacular musical comedy productions tried out in Boston prior to their Broadway run. These "star vehicles" offer the average Bostonian theatregoer an opportunity to see a well-known entertainer "in person," and present formidable competition to the smaller theatre. However, those who operate the Charles Playhouse are determined that it will not share the fate of many of its predecessors and be forced to close down for lack...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Symphony at Newton [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Symphony at Newton by Jeanne Crowfoot Twice a week Kathy Leach, Candy Wilson, Lorelle Burke, Ines de Koning, and Jeanne Crofoot gather in Cushing Lounge to rehearse. Under the direction of Mrs. Balling these five are the members of the Newton Symphony Orchestra, now in its first year. Kathy and Candy, having had at least three years' experience, are the "official" violinists of the group. Lorelle, also experienced, plays the flute. Ines is just learning to master the viola and Jean is in a similar situation except that she straddles a cello. This variety of talent is impres- sive—at least it is to anyone who happens to hear the tuning-up process. The sounds then are comparable to those made by the Boston Symphony tuning-up. Mrs. Balling has organized the music for all these musicians, ajid leads ,and directs their efforts. Presently the group is rehearsing the first movement of Mozart's "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik", a serenade by Haydn, arid a Viennese waltz by Strauss. All that the "or...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Sodalists Reorganize [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Sodalists Reorganize This year, the Children of Mary Sodality here at Newton has mapped out an entirely new method of procedure. Formerly, those who had already received their medals and the Aspirants acted as separate entities, each divided into small groups under the immediate direction of a religious moderator. The theory behind the re-organiza-tion is that it will create a more unified membership within the Sodality. On the first Thursday of each month the Sodalists will meet in the Assembly Hall for a holy hour with Father William Leonard. S.J. Professor of Theology at Boston College. Father Leonard has already spoken once to a most responsive audience. He plans to centre his discussions upon the theme of religion in modern life. Following his talk. Benediction is given, with everyone participating in the singing. Every other week, Mothers Quinlan and Husson, offer their insights and suggestions on the meaning of real spirituality in the busy lives of young Catholic women. Smal...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Best Things In Boston Are Almost Free [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

The Best Things In Boston Are Almost Free "Thou sittest ;it another hook Till fully dazed ys lliy look. Geoffrey Chaucer's shade has been known to pop into certain local cinder block studies to urge the inhabitants to get out and see things first hand. Although they may not do it on foot these days (Boston traffic and all.) they will profit by Geoffrey's advice. Iliirviird Square, first of all, is so full of novel places to visit that it makes for an exciting all-day Saturday adventure. A brunch stop at "La Patisserie" for Quiche-Lor-raine et Cafe Francais, window shopping at the many exclusive Scandinavian shops (perhaps a venture inside, if allowance has just come), inevitable avalanches of second-hand books at the mere touch of an elbow at Harvard Hook Store, a brisk tour of Harvard Yard and Widener Library, all are happy morning experiences. Elsie's roast beef sandwiches provide renewed stamina to battle the rapidly growing mob. The Fogs' .Museum is an interesting retreat, and t...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Baroque Age Discussed By Friedrich [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Baroque Age Discussed By Friedrich by Pat Dane SWC ll's guest lecturer, on Wednesday, October 25th, described, himself as a combination philosopher-political scientist. But this introduction was understated. Author an 3 editor of numerous books on political theory, history and art, Dr. Carl J. Friedrich has an impressive record. In addition to his full professorship in Harvard's department of government, he directed the school of overseas Administration and Civil Affairs Training in 1943-45. was constitutional advisor to the Puerto Rican Government, and after the War, was political advisor to the Commander-in-Chief and to the Military Governor of the new Germany. Although his field is political theory, Professor Friedrich explained that it has long been his interest to explore the relation between politics and the cultural "manifestations of a time." He chose for this period the Baroque. It was in 1936, when he was invited to collaborate with Dr. William Langer of Harvard on a study...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Chemists Plan Series [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 November 1961

Chemists Plan Series The new Chemistry Club has announced its program for this semester. Dr. Robert O'Malley, chairman of the Department of Chemistry at Boston College, will speak on fluorine compounds at the end of November. Dr. Frederrick C. Leavitt, of the Eastern Research Laboratories of the Dow Chemical Company, has agreed to address the club on December 6th. His topic will be the general field of polymeriziation and the nature of the polymers produced. Dr. Leavitt is a very active member of the American Chemical Society, and through him Newton hopes to become an affiliate of the society. Miss Joan Shields, instructor in Chemistry at Regis College, spoke to the Chemistry Club on October 26th. Miss Shield's topic was her research project being 1 carried on at Regis under the Petroleum Research Fund. The Chemistry and Science Clubs of nearby colleges will receive invitations to all the lectures. There is a coffee hour planned for after the talks in the Alumnae Lounge. Everyone is...

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