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Professor's Holiday [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Professor's Holiday "I realized I was Canadian, and and in a broader sense, American," Dr. Gleiman said of his impressions of Europe, "not only because of the tremendous changes that have taken place there, but also because of the fourteen years X have spent here. Yes, i was surprised a little at my reaction, but happy about it too!" The college has welcomed Dr. Gleiman home after a three-and-a-half-month sojourn on t)he continent. He had left immediately after correcting his last examination in May and flown to London via Montreal. The London stay allowed time for two days at Oxford, "as fine a place as it sounds." But Paris in June seemed the most delightful part of the trip. Dr. Gleiman and a friend, Dr. Carl Murin from the University of Montreal, stayed the whole month. Dr. Gleiman spent about two weeks studying documents in the Bibliotheque Nationale on the 11th century. This period is of particular interest to him. His recent study, "Some Remarks on the Treuga Dei" appeared in...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Speed Reading Course Offered [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Speed Reading Course Offered Mr. Jack Glatter aand Miss Mary Elizabeth Bump ) of the Baldridge Reading Services, conducted a fourweek speed Ireading program at Newton during the month of September. Approximately sixty-eight situdenits from all four clasi&es participated in twielve two-hour sessions held three times a week. The course at Newton emphasized reading rate and selective reading skills rather than the ordinarily stressed comprehension and vocabulalry skills. Mother Quinlan thinks Newton girls are "already well equipped in those fields." Speed devices used include: the Flasher, which exposes a phrase for a split second and teaches the reader bo see several words at a time; the Pacer, which lowers a shutter down a page at a uniform rate of speed and prevents the reader from making unnecessary regressions, while at the same time establishing .a uniißorm naitie of speed. Faster comprehension methods include: I're-Reading, surveying the book to get a.n over-view: re...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Freshmen From Far Away [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Freshmen From Far Away by Pamela Hitchins There is a distinctly foreign flavor on the third floor of Stuart this year; a delightful Ffrench accent occasionally announces phone calls, a trim little figure trips down the hall in an oriental bathrobe and a graceful "chjeongsam" iis now a familiar sight in the front hall on VLP nig'hts. Responsible are the four foreign students in the Freshman class who are domiciled in Stuart this year. Nicole Hatoun, Lana Yung, Evelyn Fu, and Giselle da Conceiao. , Nicole hails from Zamalek, a residential area, famed foir its gardens, at the apex of the Nile delta, just a few minutes iby car from the heart of Cairo, Egypt. She received both her preparatory and high school education at the Sacred Heart French school in Cairo and confesses that the decisive reason for heir coming to Newton was her desire to continue her education in the Sacred Heart tradition. Reminiscing, Nicole recalled with enthusiasm school jaunts to the pyramids and Upper Egypt and...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Collegians Begin National Magazine [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Collegians Begin National Magazine New Generation, a magazine of Catholic college students will be published for the first time early in 1963. It is a national, independent and student-controlled journal, intended to convey to America an image of the best thought in the young Catholic intellectual world, and to stimulate social action and creative expression. >'ew Generation members are looking for subscriptions and contributions from students. Social inquiry literary criticism, philosophic investigation, short stories, poems, etc., will be considered foY publication. The magazine is an experiment in student expression. It has received th> support of prominent Catholics in the intellectual world but sir.ee it is a student magazine, it cannot be launched without their support.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Around Town [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Around Town Date Event Place Oct. 26th U. Ashkenazy - Pianist Symphony Hall 8:30 Oct. 28th Robert Welch Jr. "A Ford Hall Forum Brief Introduction to the John Birch Society" Nov. Ist 2nd Symphony Rehearsal Symphony Hall 7:30 Nov. 2nd The Limelighters Symphony Hall 8:30 Nov. 3rd "Baroque Art in France" Museum of Fine Arts Philip Hofer 5:30 Nov. 4th "Conservatism vs. Liber- Ford Hall Forum alism" - W. Rusher and N. Thomas Nov. sth "Eclipse of the Blessed 5 Park St. 8:15 Trinity" - F. W. Sheed Nov. 10th New Lost City Ramblers, Jordan Hall Bonnie Dob so n and Jackie Washington Nov. 20th "Rococo and Neo-Classic Museum of Fine Arts Art in France" - P. Hofer 5:30 Nov. 25th "Russia Today" Justice Ford Hall Forum W. Douglas

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Students at Newton join in saying this prayer after Mass for the success of Vatican II. [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Students at Newton join in saying this prayer after Mass for the success of Vatican II. ECUMENICAL COUNCIL Divine Spirit, grajit that abundant fruit may come from this council; may the light and the strength of the Gospel be diffused more deeply and more widely throughout human society; may the Catholic religion and the diligent work of the missions flourish with increased vigor; and may the happy result be a fuller knowledge of the teaching of the Church and a salutary progress in Christian morality. Pope Johji XXIII. Angie McDonnell and Michael Roddy stop to look at one of the paintings on exhibit in Stuart.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Five Houses Look Their Best For Boys and Nuns [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Five Houses Look Their Best For Boys and Nuns On Sunday .afternoon, October 7th, Housewarming took place on campus for students and their friends. Visitors were mostly young gentlemen delighted to pass through the closed doors for the first time, and nuns taking tliis opportunity to see the dormitories in perfect order. Students sitting upright at their desks looked rather more formal than usual; so did the rooms. Mathematical probability could hardly produce as many room arrangements. This year's most popular novelty in furniture is the handsome bookshelf assembled from painted bricks an varnished planks. Hardey House, holding the first "At Home", attracted many in from the weekend rains. Mr. J. Raposo played cocktail music, apple cider was served. The bulldozer parked in front of the doi - mitory confused a few guests, but Cushing students running in and out of Hardey soon explained that water was still turned off there. Changes have taken place in the campus houses. Mother White ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
College Sends Delegates To NSA Meeting in Ohio [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

College Sends Delegates To NSA Meeting in Ohio by Delia Conley The fifteenth National Student Congress, attended by Clare McMahOin, Newton's N.S.A. delegate, and Kathy McHale, met this summer <at Ohio State University from August 15th to 31st.Over a thousand students, representing almost four hundred colleges and universities across the country, gathered to vote oin major political and social issues affecting students and to discuss education problems and school policies. The Congress contained five hundred voting delegates. Newton, whose student body numbers under one thousand, was entitled to only one vote The first week was spent in committees and seminars discussing issues to be voted upon in the last three days of the session. Social life remained at a minimum. Fotr official business began at 9:00 A.M. and continued through the evening, ending usually about 11:45 P.M. After this, liberal study groups and conservative caucuses were available for students stillawake. O...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
We'd Like You To Meet New Faculty Members [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

We'd Like You To Meet New Faculty Members Mr. Prank J. Lyons, a new member in both psychology and sociology departments, has a diversified background. Bo(rn to Jackson Heights, New York, he moved to New Jersey and attended Seton Hall College. After graduation, 'he worked in marketing research with Acme Markets, and began graduate studies ait jhe New Mexico Highlands University in Las Vegas, New Mexico, remaining there for a year and several months. DuTing tliis time he made an extensive study of the Indians, focusing on the Southwestern tribes. Mr. Lyons was working under a government grant, and was affiliated with the Santa Fe Indian School. Earning his master's degree in psycholoby, he completed his work in New Mexico, and them taught at Seton Hall for one year. He is very enthusiastic about his study of the Indians, and commented on tlheir simplicity, on their primitive customs and especially on their strong tendency toward elannishness. Madame Frederick Courtois is a new member ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Among Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Among Ourselves EXUUEI) Mary Ann Cole '63 to Allen McLean, a 1961 graduate of Boston college. Frances Ann Di.Muccio '62 to Paul James Titterton. Mr. Titterton Is a graduate from Boston College, now studying at Braindeis for his M.A. in physics. Colette Koecliley '63 to Tom McOalrty. Mr. McCarty, 1960 graduate from Holy Cross, its associated with the Oxford University Press in New York City. Pene Long '63 to Dick Harrison. Mr. Harrison is studying English ait Boston College graduate school. Kathleen Anne Scott '63 to Andrew Thomas McGuire. Mr. McGuire graduated from Holy Gross in 19>62 and is now woking for the Telephone Company. .11A KK IK D.Mary Kathleen Crump ex '63 to Larry Lee Stine, Mr. Stine graduated from M.I.T. and is doing graduate work at Stamford University in California. Deborah Doyle ex '63 to Linn Draper. MT. Draper is attending Rice University in Houston, Texas. Barbara Joyce Feely '61 to Thomas Barry O'Brien. Mr. O'Brien graduated from Boston University an...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Willy Brandt Re-examines Co-existence, Discusses Berlin in Harvard Lectures [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Willy Brandt Re-examines Co-existence, Discusses Berlin in Harvard Lectures by Janet Regan A standing ovation greeted Mayor Willy Brandt of West Betrlin, as he appeared on stage to give his two lectures on October second and third at Saunders Theaitre, Harvard. Mayor Brandt, a pivotal figure in the Berlin crisis, chose co-existence as the general theme of his discussion. His presenilation on Tuesday evening was a re-examination of the meaning of co-existence aind an analysis of the Beirlin crisis in the light of this reexamination. The following evening he concentrated on his own proposals for ensuring co-existence and world peace. In flawless English, Mayor Brandt pointed out that the word "co-existence" is so strongly associated in Western minds with Communist propaganda that its origin in the nature of democracy has been forgotten. Democracy is essentially based on co-existence, on the principle that people with different ideas can live and work together with respect for one aino...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Counsellor Helps Seniors Choose Grad Schools [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Counsellor Helps Seniors Choose Grad Schools The Dean's office recommends that seniors interested in pursuing studies after graduation see Miss Barbara Nathan during the month of October, which has been set aside so that seniors may find out what graduate study will entail, and graduate school -candidates may obtain information concerning application and admission. A personal appointment with Miss Nathan is necessary. Admission requirements vary, with each university and field, so that general advice is impossible; however it is recommended that all applicants have a reading knowledge of two foreign languages, and have taken the Graduate Record Examination administered to candidates by the Educational Testing Service. It is given five times during the year, November 17th being the first date for this semester. The application fee is $12.00 and the deadline is November 2nd. Miss Nathan is still busy organizing her office which is new this year. If she does not have the desired inform...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Threepenny Opera [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

The Threepenny Opera by Pamela Hitchins The Charles Playhouse opened its 62-63 season with Bertholt Brecht and Kurt Weill's "Threepenny Opera," directed by Michael Murray, with musical direction by Richard Parrinello. "The Threepenny Opera" is the story of Macheath, alias Captain or Mack the Knife — the same Mack of popular song fame. It is supposedly an opera for beggars, one which they would appreciate and could aford, hence its title. Actually it is an ironic representation of the depravity and poverty of the lowest fringes of London society — thus the hero of the story is Macheath. Soho's most notorious criminal, and the refined operatic form is distorted for the sake of an unrefined subject matter. The dialogue is racy, the jokes raucous, the songs, in most cases, jazzy, and the background music — provided by an orchestra on stage throughout — appropriate to mood and story. Stephen Elliott gives an excellent performance as Mack the Knife, Sherry Malinou is good as his foolishly...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Diary of a Lay Apostle [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Diary of a Lay Apostle by Judy Simms During our ten-week stay in New Mexico so many touching, funny little human things happened everyday, putting the crowning touch on the other, more profound impressions of the Lay Apostolate. Most of the "little things" sprang from the tremendous capacity of these Spanish children to love. All we had to do was smile ai them and they loved us and would do anything for us; the effect was, of course, mutual. There was my Charlie, for instance. He had the saddest big brown eyes you've ever seen, and combined a isilly laugh with a surprisingly execellent mind. He loved to jump around in class, but if I ever so much as turned a stern eye his way, he'd become gloomy and silent; after class he would sit with his head in his hands on the church steps. After a few minutes' thought he'd, turn those mournful eyes an me and plead: "Sees-tair, heet me, wheep me, do anything to me, but do not be mad at me!" What can you do? One day I appeared at summer school s...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Boston Applauds Erich Leinsdorf [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Boston Applauds Erich Leinsdorf This season marks the eind of one era and the beginning of another foir the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Charles Munch, director of t'he symphony for years, retired at the end of last season. His successor is Erich Leinsdorf, formorly Music Consultant wild conductor of the Metropolitan Opera. Mr. Leinsdorf was born in Vienna in 1912, His work in symphonic and operatic conducting ibas taken him all over the world. In 1934 he was an assistant to Bruno Walter and Arturo Toscanni at the famous Salzburg Festivals. While he was holding this position. Mtrs. Balling, Professor of Music at Newton, made his acquaintance. "He was at this time, says Mrs. Balling, "one of the promising young talents of the time. He had a very pleasant manner with a dash of Austrian charm, and behind all this a will of iron." Mr. Leinsdorf has conducted the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic, the Amsterdam concertgebouw, as well as most of the major orchestras in this c...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Students Entertain Mattapan Patients Here on Campus [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Students Entertain Mattapan Patients Here on Campus On Saturday mornimg, October sixth, twenty-eight patients from the Mattapan Mental Hospital came in the pouring 'rain to visit Newton. They were greeted by individual guides, volunteers from all majors, who showed the guests roumd the campus and then brought them to luncheon in the dining room. Later, there was entertainment in the Hardy Lounge; Maria Ceres danced and Kathy Leach played her guitair. The patients returned to the hospital at 3:00. Mr. Neth, Director of Volunteers at Mattapan Hospital, cooperated with Margot white in planning this visit for the patients. They hoped the change would be beneficial for the patients, who could not only enjoy themselves but feel accepted by otlhera ouitside the hospital. MT. Neth also hopes that Newton girls will give their services in the future. Since theire is only one doctor per eight hundred patients at this hospital, volunteer aid is greatly needed. Kathy Lugar, one of 175 volunteers...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Eleven Seniors Participate In First Theology Seminar [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Eleven Seniors Participate In First Theology Seminar The first Theology elective at Newton has been offered this year. The Seminar on Current Problems in Theology is a two hour course open to seniors. The class was suggested by students who wanted an opportunity for directed discussion of the speculative Theology taught in the required courses. Theilr aim was also to gain a better understanding of the non-Catholic mind and the problems within the Church that a non-Catholic faces. Because the aim of the course is to understand all positions and not merely to prove itbe Cat'holic position,, it is not an apologetics course. The matter for the first semester was outlined Iby Mother Wheeler at the first meeting of the class. Each member will write for the class a paper on one of the basic teachings of the Church usually questioned by non-Catholics. Because Protestants base their faith 011 the Bible the reports will study ]foundation of doctrines in Scripture. And because the Orthodox Chu...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

THE HOUSE OF ARON JEWELRY EXPERT REPAIRING WATCHES CLOCKS 212 A Sumner St. Opp. P. O, Newton Centre, Mass. BRODNEY KNIT SHOP 42 LANGLEY ROAD Yarns, lin ported Shetland Y arris Free Instructions GARB ilrtmco. j \ apcMmiuj 1217 Centre St. Newton Centre Catering to the Needs of the Students of Newton College HOUSE of BEAUTY Gifts CENTRE STREET NEWTON CENTRE

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

Scholar dollars travel farther with SHERATON HOTELS STUDENT. FACULTY DISCOUNTS Save on the going prices of going places at Sheraton Hotels. Special save-money rates on singles and greater savings per person when you share a room with one, two or three friends. Generous group rates arranged for athletic teams, clubs and college clans on-the-go. For rates, reservations or further information, get in touch with: STI DKNT RKI'KKSKNTATIVK Joanne lielliveuu Class of '(>4 Coming November 1-4 Exhibition of Paintings by JACKSON POLLOCK and REINHARDT ROTHCO, STAMOS STILL Assembly Hall 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Admission: One Dollar

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