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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 October 1962

WALLACE READING CLINIC 1357 Washington Street West Newton 56, Mass. College Reading Program Goals: ) To at least double one's present rate of reading ) To increase one's pleasure in reading ) To improve one's comprehension Call OLympic 3-6402

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

EIGHT EIGHTY-FIVE Vol. X December, 1962 No. 2

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Newton Forms Chapter Of Phi Alpha Theta [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

Newton Forms Chapter Of Phi Alpha Theta On Friday afternoon, November 30th, a chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the National Honor Society in History, was established at Newton. Four members of the faculty of History, Mother M. H. Quinlan, Mother F. McMullen, Dr. Lubomir Gleiman, and Mr. Joseph Conway were installed as charter members. Four of last year's graduates in History, Mary Ann Brennan, Barbara Fortunato, Maureen Slattery, and Valerie McMahon, and nine members of the class of '63, Maria Ceres, Colette Koechley, Susan Mangan, Julie Fenlon, Harriet Friday, Kathleen McHale, Kathleen O'Riley, Maureen Meehan and Sally Burton, became charter members. The name of the Newton chapter is Theta Phi. Phi Alpha Theta has many chapters in colleges and universities throughout the country. A chapter can be established if application is approved by the national council of the Society and two-thirds of the existing chapters. Conditions for a chapter include a strong faculty in History and high acad...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
College Makes Advent Retreat [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

College Makes Advent Retreat This year the Reverend John R. McCall, S.J., directed the annual retreat at Newton. The retreat took place on campus for freshmen, sophomores and juniors 011 the weekend of December 7th-Bth. Seniors will make their retreat at the Cenacle Retreat House during two weekends in March. In previous years the retreat has been held during the last weekend before Easter, just before Holy Week. The change of date was decided upon because of student opinion that the amount of work at Easter does not allow participants to gain as much from the retreat as they might at another time of year. Another reason for having the retreat earlier in the academic year is that there will be more time during which to use the ideas and resolutions discussed during the weekend. And also, mid-term exams are over; the football season has ended; and the spirit of Christmas is conducive to the making of a good retreat. Father McCall teaches psychology at Weston College. He was ordained ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
New Instructor Joins Art Faculty As Sixth Member [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

New Instructor Joins Art Faculty As Sixth Member Mr. Peter Veres joins the Art De. partment this year to teach Modern Painting and Sculpture, Baroque Art, and Figure Drawing. Originally from Hungary, he arrived in this country in 1949, and was educated at the High School of Music and Art, and at Columbia University, where he majored in Art History. However, the several studio courses he took influenced his decision to become a sculptor, although he had intended to become an architect. This summer Mr. Veres received the Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Harvard University. Having passed the examinations in the required education courses upon entrance, he was able to concentrate on graduate courses in his field, lie matriculated at Harvard to study under the Italian sculptor, Mirko Basaldella. He admires particularly the richness and depth of Basaldella's wo'rk. Mr. Veres is presently experimenting with form and texture. He thinks a thorough knowledge ot one's materials is necess...

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

At the November 3rd Convocation in the Chapel Hall, Mr. Frank Sheed addresses the audience after the presentation of the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters to Mother Eleanor S. Kenny, foundress and first president of Newton College.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Dean Discusses Vatican I In Final Lecture of Series [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

Dean Discusses Vatican I In Final Lecture of Series On November 14th in the Chapel Hall, the last of the series, "Discourses on the Church Councils", took place. Mother Mary H. Quinlan, Dean of the college and professor of History, spoke on the first Vatican Council. Mother Quinlan was introduced by Doctor Kerekes of the History Department. Before Mother Quinlan spoke, Doctors Gleiman and Kerekes briefly reviewed their lectures on the Councils of Nicea and of Trent. Both to limit herself and to give her audience deeper insights into the effects of the Council, Mother Quinlan discussed the legend of the Council. "Legend" is of previous utterances of the Pope. Written in an almost esoteric prose, most of the ideas it expressed were grossly misunderstood. a historian's term meaning the idea of a person or institution held by the public. Thus, despite Pius IX's personal magnetism, which was highly effective on a person to person basis, his general image was poor. Violent debates in Pran...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Student Body Amends Ten O'Clock Rule [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

Student Body Amends Ten O'Clock Rule The student body ratified a change in the 10 o'clock rule by a 526 to 19 vote on Thursday, November Bth, at a general assembly. The rule now stands that the penalty for students not signed out during the week (Sunday through Thursday) will be: a one-week campus tor calling in between 10 and 10:20, a two-week campus for calling' in between 10:20 and 6:00 A.M., and either a two-week campus or whatever is decided by the •President of the College for failing to call in at all. The penalty for students not signed out on Friday or Saturday will be: a one- week campus for calling in between 10:00 and 1:00 A.M., and a twoweek campus for calling in between 1:00 and G:00 A.M. Failing to call in at all will be handled on weekends in the same manner as during the week. A one-week campus will be given for indeliberately being out of room between 10 and 10:20. A two-week campus wil be given for being in another's room during this time.

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

On Sunday, December l(sth at 4:00 p.m.. His Eminence, Richard Cardinal Gushing will offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass to celebrate the formal opening of the new Chapel of the Blessed Trinity. Holy Communion will be given ajid a reception in the Chapel Hall will follow the Mass. Students may attend; academic dress is not required.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Laugh but Listen [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

Laugh but Listen It often takes laughter to make a point. It was with much laughter that the audience at Convocation received the address of Mr. Frank Sheed. And his words left an impression. His advice was to make use of the mind, and he presented this use as a fundamental goal for everyone living in society today. Certainly his words had special reference to students. Mr. Sheed wittily developed several impediments to learning. Prejudice and bigotry—two varieties of emotional reaction that have little solid reasoning behind them—frequently turn the mind away from one of its drives: knowledge. He held that provincialism prevents the individual from seeing the real picture of life. One of Mr. Sheed's examples of false knowledge was parrotry, that is, pretense at knowing what you really don t know. The speaker's urbanity and sophistication were evident from his brief words. He was not preaching, or simplifying the complexities of communication, but was speaking from wide experience. ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Power and Control [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

Power and Control We Americans are proud of our freedom of the press. Our government's attitude toward the press is clearly defined and generally understood and appreciated. And of course, it is assumed that the press, in turn, recognizes the responsibility such freedom of expression entails. However, recent incidents may indicate that the press in the United States is becoming increasingly aware of its rights and forgetful of its responsibilities. During the Cuban crisis, when the security of the United States and the entire free world was at stake, news concerning the crisis was carefully screened by Washington before it was released to the newspapers. Such a restriction was necessary and not unusual in a situation almost tantamount to war. Yet the newspapers were outraged at what they considered violation of their rights, and some went so far as to suggest deliberate deception on the part of the government. There appeared in the newspapers pictures of missile installations and re...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Ever Since Eve [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

Ever Since Eve We all know women like to talk. Without having to discuss whether this is a privilege or a prerogative of the feminine sex, we continue to exercise our powers devotedly. And no one thinks much about it, because this has been going on for ages. When we race down to take our ten-cent turn on the pay phone to ask a special permission from home, or to contact someone outside the college, we see women talking. And after we have come and gone three times, finding the same women smiling, feet up, modulating gaily between Bill's smile, Mr. X's last test, and Isabel's hairdo, with slight variations, we are aware that women here are living up to long-standing expectations. When the five-of-ten bell goes, we know that the Newton Woman is doing a superior job. We have a TVLP by special permission. We can watch the returns of the gubernatorial elections tonight. And we really like politics; we want to know whether Nixon beat Brown in California; we care about who runs our country....

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
To The Editor [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

To The Editor The common complaint, especially among college students, is that there isn't time to take part in all that is taking place on campus much less in the community as a whole. Let us stop a moment and think of how ridiculous this really is; what is the sense of being a sociology, a psychology, or a political science major if one has no idea ot the existing conditions towards which she must apply her knowledge in just a few short years. Or do these students presently so enthralled in their studies plan to take a sabbatical after graduation and read the past issues of the New York Times to find out what has been happening in the woTld? It is a crime that on a campus like Newton, where we are given every opportunity to develop into learned, responsible citizens, so few even take the first step. There exists on this campus an abundance of organizations through which the student could easily become acquainted with present day problems and developments, and in many cases work to...

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

Among Ourselves ENGAGED: Mary Alma Bogart '63 to James Cornell. Mr. Connell is a senior at Tufts. A June wedding is planned. Jane Igoe '63 to Thomas Levings of Floral Park, Long Island. Mr. Levings attended Holy Cross College and is now a student at St. John's Law School. Marcia Mahoney '63 to Arthur Franklin Pinkham of Dover, Mass. Mr. Pinkham is a student at the University of New Mexico. A spring wedding is planned. Maura Mannix '63 to Bert Scannapieco of Springfield. Mr. Scannapieco graduated from American International College. Mary Nolan '60 to James F. Hanlon of Saugus, a graduate of Boston College. A February wedding is planned. Sheila O'Connor '60 to Lawrence Toal, a graduate of Dartmouth, and a student at New York University Graduate School of Business Administration. Eileen O'Reilly to Lieutenant Joseph Dashback of Pittsburg, a graduate of Notre Dame who is now instructing at Officers Candidate School. A June wedding is planned. Constance Schepp '63 to John Cahill, a gradu...

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

885 NEWTCN COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Anne McCracken '63 — Editor-in-Chief Molly Tobin '63 — Managing- Editor Mary Lou Rotoli '63 — Business Manager Patricia Noonan '65 — Circulation Manager Carleen Testa '63 — Photography Editor News Staff: P. Bogosia.n, M. Cloney, S. Callahan, D. Conly, M. L. Cunningham, M. Elynn, A, Heaton, P. Hitchins, M. Hogan, M. A. Kane, C. Koechley, S. Lawlor, B. Lavery, G. Mcßride, A. McDonnell, M, A. McGeough, D. Moran, M. S. Palenchar, M. Schichel, K. Withers. Editorial Assistant: M. Clancy, M. Connelly, M. A. Droney, H. Desfossis, M. Mahoney, K. Mulvey, M. Reilly. Cartoonist: M. Mundell. Vol. XI December, 1962 No. 2

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

The Other Side If your understanding of the Mass, of the purpose of the liturgical year, of the sacramental order enveloping your whole life is vague, obscure, fragmented, you need to make a resolution for the liturgical year now beginning. You do not have to wait until someone explains to you why there must be some act of worship offered by Christ's Mystical Body, the Church, of which you are a member. You cannot justify your indifference to, your ignorance or your defective understanding of the Mass, or of the whole sacramental order, when you have not even read the Foreword to your Missal, or perhaps have never had a Missal. How often have you prayed that you might understand your relationship to the Church and to the life and action of the Church? Yet you are the Church. If you bring to the corporate actions of the Church an understanding of them, and if you are aware of your participation in them as a member of Christ, then you will be able to set aside your preferences and joi...

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

"That's why I like Boston; there's always so much going on."

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Citation for the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters Presented to Mother Eleanor S. Kenny [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

Citation for the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Humane Letters Presented to Mother Eleanor S. Kenny The founding of a new college is a work of faith, of wisdom and of courage—natural faith in the efficacy of educational principles which, no matter how admirable in themselves and how successful in other instructions, must yet prove themselves anew; supernatural faith in the mandate given fay religious superiors and thus by the Church itself to participate in the apostolate; natural wisdom which lays foundations strong enough to support a work whose eventual extension and excellence are rather guessed at and hoped for than known; supernatural wisdom which sets all things in order, knows the sweetness of every taste and prefers above all others those goods which are eternal; natural courage to face the labors, risks and disappointments inseparable from new beginnings; supernatural courage to work in that field where wheat and cockle grow until the harvest and where it is one who sows and...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Evening With the Bolshoi [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 December 1962

Evening With the Bolshoi by Pamela Hitchins The recent engagement of the Bolshoi Ballet at the Music Hall may well have been the climactic contribution to the artistic-cultural season in Boston this fall. First nighters were treated to the Bolshoi's interpretation of the eternal Swan Lake, with Maya Plisetskaya, the troupe's prima ballerina, in the leading role of OdetteOdile, supported by Nicolai Fadeyechev, as Prince Siegfried. Act I of the ballet was devoted, in dramatic fashion, to an exposition of the plot; the audience was introduced to the gallant Prince Siegfried and amused by the carryings on of Georgi Soloviev, as an able, if .not outstanding, jester. The act was highlighted by the impressive performances of the Prince's two favorite leading ladies (whose names are not distinguished from the rest of the corps in the programme). They showed great joie de vivre in their dancing, and a certain firmness and definition in pronounced and well-held attitudes, arabesques and pench...

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