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In The News . . . [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

In The News . . . There is a great deal of talk these days about managed news. There are two very important ideas that must be kept in mind before reaching any decision on this controversial topic. Firstly, the clause in our Bill of Rights calling for freedom of the press gives us the right to print our beliefs and ideas when and only when they can be substantiated in fact, when they are not deliberately detrimental to others, and when the topic on which we are speaking is within the scope of our understanding and experience. It is not meant to be merely freedom from unregulated censorship ; yet we must not go to the other extreme and employ it as a license to express whatever we want whenever we get the urge to do so. The second idea is perhaps more pertinent to the discussions in this country today. We must not lose sight of the ultimate purpose and aim of the state, that is to procure and secure the common good. There were times in the earlier days of our country when it was poss...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Around Town [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Around Town May 4th Ray Charles Donnelly Memorial May 4th The Writer's Conference Boston College Mav sth Stuart Hughes lecture Ford Hall Forum May 6th - 13th "Carnival" Schubert Theater Mav Bth on "Othello" Charles Street Playhouse Mav 9th and 11th Semetana's opera "The Bartered Bride" New England Conservatory May 9th - 11th and 15th - 18th "Henry IV, Part I" Loeb Drama Center May 10th - 11th Folk Song Festival Brandeis Mav 12th Pete Seeger Newton Country Day School Mav 18th - 19th "Kismet" John Hancock Hall May 24th - 29th Royal Ballet Music Hall May 30th on The Boston Pops Symphony Hall

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
TO THE EDITOR: [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

TO THE EDITOR: Dear Editor: It appears that 1 !)(>.'! will not sec even a meager issue of "Wheat and Cockle" because of a lack of received copy. Certainly this is an indication of a good deal of intellectual apathy on the part of the student body; one would doubt that the situation was due to false humility among the more literarily talented students. There seems to be a definite lack of something — interest? enthusiasm? motivation? One is not sure. But it certainly seems to be rather unfortunate that seven hundred girls cannot manufacture enough material to fill a single issue of the college literary magazine. "Wheat and Cockle" seems to be fast on its way to fading out of the picture entirely. And its demise would probably go unnoticed by the greater part of the college. After all, there would still be plenty to write (telephone messages, SWC notes) and read ("The New York Times," "The Harvard Review") on campus. Students would adjust magnificently to a loss of their on...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Among Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Among Ourselves MARRIED: Grace Donovan '56 to Henry Joseph McCarthy on April 15th by Cardinal Cushing. Mr. McCarthy attended Notre Dame University and is now sales manager at the Raymond and Whitcomb Company. Ann Marie Sugden ex '63 to Paul Plankey on April 20th. Mr. Plankey works for the Boston Medical Laboi'atories. ENGAGED: Judy Albers '63 to Francis William Boufford, who received his degree from Villanova University and is •stationed at the naval base in Newport. The couple plan a December marriage. Claire Ann Biggam '64 to Stephen McQueeney, a senior at Holy Cross College. Barbara Mozino '63 to Raymond A. Walsh who will receive a Master's degree in June from Harvard Graduate School of Busines Administration. An Autumn wedding is planned.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
885 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

885 NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS Mary Ellen Palenchar '64 — Editor-in-Chief Margaret Bogosian '(54 — Managing Editor Mary Lou Rotoli 03 — Business Manager Carol Odenbach '64 — Junior Business Manager Barbara Richardson '64 — Circulation Manager Editorial Consultants: A. McCraeken, M. Tobin. News Staff: M. Clarey, M. Cloney, M. L. Cunningham, A. M. DeNisco, C. Dolan, M. Harnisch, S. Lawlor, M. Schickel, M. Springer. Editorial Assistants: C. Davis, B. Moore. Photographer: K. Burg. Cartoonist: C. Sorace. Vol. XI May, 1963 No. 5

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Other Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

The Other Side The other side is one concerned with the details of plant expansion and material operations on the campus, so that faculty and students may be free to pursue intellectual and spiritual goals with the minimum hindrance. There are times when the lack of millions of dollars, and such "acts of God" as ice and snow on parking lots and roadways, make this take a little longer. Constructive suggestions and ideas to improve existing facilities are always welcome. It gives one joy to see the effects of normal carefulness with regard to buildings and equipment. If we ask you to take this care, it is not just to save money and maintenance expenses, but to save in little things, so that in mysterious way little savings will be blessed by God and will multiply like the "loaves and fishes." Thus in time, all will receive more in intellectual benefits as well as in new buildings of brick and mortar, such as the Library, Faculty Offices, Science and Student Union. But even the Treasu...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963
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Source: Boston College
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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Passion Week this year brought to everyone at Newton a moving reminder of how closely Christ, if we will allow Him, wishes to pattern our lives after His. In the new Chapel, before the Crucifix already covered with the purple veil by which the Church sets the mood for our yearly commemoration of Christ's death, nuns, college and alumnae were spending a Holy Hour in preparation for the First Friday when God called very suddenly to Himself one of the Newton family. Mass next morning, sung for Barbara Burns by the whole college, was the offering for her of the perfect act of praise, Christ's own act of praise to His Father, on the First Friday, the day which honors the Sacred Heart of Him Who "having loved His own . . . loved them to the end." Barbara was very much in the mind and prayers of all of us during the Church's Great Week, and still is, during the Easter season, which reminds us forcibly that for those He loves there is no "end," but only a great, new beginning. The Newton st...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Chris Frias Comments On Life At Newton [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Chris Frias Comments On Life At Newton ...by Sue Reardon In welcoming Chris Frias to the campus this year, Newton has extended her view r further south of the border. Chris is our first student from Chile, and Licka, our first seeing-eye dog. Chris left her family and her native Chile to come to school in the United States. Back home her two brothers live with their mother on their large farms, about seventy miles from the Capitol, Santiago. Another brother and sister, both married, live near enough to keep in touch with the closelyknit family. In Brazil Chris attended a Chilean grammar school where Braille was taught, but determined to go to the regular high school. After much thought and internal struggle, she registered there. During the week, Chris boarded at school, but over the weekends she stayed in Santiago, where her family often visited her. She finished her high school program in five years instead of Chile's standard six years, learning English and French from British an...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Brazil Needs Lay Apostles [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Brazil Needs Lay Apostles On Wednesday, March 27 th, Mother Duffy, R.S.C.J., spoke about her experiences at Bellavisante, Brazil, 400 miles north of Rio de Janeiro, where she lived until 1958. From 1959 until now Mother Duffy has lived in Curiciba, a city south of San Paolo. Mother Duffy touched on many aspects of Brazilian life - the climate (which she finds difiicult), the growing influence of Communism and the efforts to combat it, and the favelas, or slums. "Brazil needs teachers and lay apostles," said Mother Duffy. The English Language Division of the State Department offers teaching jobs in Latin America, Europe, and Africa to English Majors. The Sacred Heart Lay Apostolate, whose headquarters will be in Grosse Point, Michigan, will buy one-way tickets for lay apostles working one year, and round-trip tickets for two-year workers. Grosse Pointe has just launched the first American lay missioner, a Canadian, who will teach in Korea. This organization sends missionaries all ove...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Spanish Wine Spices French Dinner [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Spanish Wine Spices French Dinner On Sunday, April 7th, the French Club sponsored another of its semi-annual dinners at Maitre Jacques, a French restaurant in Boston. Sixteen members of the French Club, both French and Modern Language Majors, and all Francophiles attended the dinner. Madame Courtois, of the French Department and Madame Claude Martin, a French woman married to a Harvard professor, joined them. While the French Club feasted on chicken with champagne sauce, Madame Martin spoke about some of the differences between French and American culture. She stressed some of the important words common to both languages, which, however, have different connotations in each. They are words which should be used carefully lest unpleasant, if not disastrous, misunderstandings should result! The Spanish wine provided by the Club's president, Norma Acosta, 63, plus the pleasant decor, good food, and lively French conversation, added up to an enjoyable evening.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Father D'Arcy Cites Love As a Creative Principle [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Father D'Arcy Cites Love As a Creative Principle On Wednesday night, March 27th, Father Martin D'Arcy, S.J., at the invitation of the Art and Literary Clubs spoke at Newton on: "Man must love this world — in order to be an artist.' By quoting from his own and other works, he stressed that an artist can never fully escape the effects of his environment, nor should he want to. To a question on the apparent need of an artist to be removed from this world, Father D'Arcy replied: "The Christian points the way to a collaboration of nature, for he is a continuation of Christ and he marks a proposal of marriage to this world and transforms it into the spouse of Christ." A constant touch with reality seems to be, for Father D'Arcy, the key to success and sajiity for the artist. He says: . . our private selves can become idiosyncratic if we lose touch with the standards of reality. In human relationships we need others to grow and be alive to beauty and goodness, or else we ourselves are left...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Kitto Criticizes Dramatists, Aeschylus, Shakespeare [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Kitto Criticizes Dramatists, Aeschylus, Shakespeare "The dramatist creating an historical play need not stay within the limits of objective fact," professor H .D. P. Kitto told an overflow crowd at Boston University's new Sherman Union auditorium, on March 27th. The English author, classicist, and currently visiting professor in Theatre Arts at Brandeis University, spoke oji Aeschylean and Shakespearean Drama. Kitto compared Aeschylus' The Persians with Shakespeare's Henry the Sixth trilogy, observing that in the latter, "in an underrated work of Shakespeare and his associates, there is much more distortion of historical fact." Mr. Kitto cited critics who found Aeschylus merely an Athenian propagandist. In his rebuttal to this school of criticism, he stated that Aeschylus "was thinking more of honesty than these critics care to admit," because he was demonstrating a moral truth, namely, "that 'Ate' (or pride) will bring destruction." Iji Shakespeare's Henry the Sixth, Professor Kitt...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Freshmen's S.N.C. Spoofs S.W.C [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Freshmen's S.N.C. Spoofs S.W.C ...by Ann Marie DeNisco "Welcome to Newton," said Mrs. Dever (Vida Neureither). "Permit me to introduce you to your Study of Newton Culture. . .more commonly referred to as S.N.C." Thus, the Freshman Show, in the form of S.N.C. lectures, began. Dr. McGovern (Patty Petzold) discoursed 011 a seemingly overlooked period in history, the Age of the Ignoramuses. Action accompanying- the lecture helped the audience recall their own somewhat harrowing first days at Newton — including, of course, the house meeting. According to Dr. McGovern, the need "to integrate their civilization with that of neighboring peoples" led not only to the Quonset but to the treacherous "road" one is forced to follow in order to reach it. By Act 11, S.N.C. had progressed to the Dark Ages, "the unique period of time which falls between Christmas vacation and the semester break." Dr. McGovern's successor as S.N.C. lecturer, Dr. Gleiman (Connie Lopez), proposed an understanding of phi...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Lawyers Discuss Women's Place In Law [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Lawyers Discuss Women's Place In Law On April 9th, a panel on "Law and Learning" met in the East Lounge. Organized by Miss Barbara Nathan, the panel consisted of Dr. John Noonan of Notre Dame University, Mrs. John Reed, and Miss Joan Norton. Dr. Noonan, who is editor of the only American magazi.ne devoted to natural law, Natural Law Forum, spoke on public service and academic law. He briefly reviewed the growth of law and discussed private practice and the responsibility an influence of the individual in that area. Mrs. Reed, wife, mother and lawyer, spoke on the woman's place in law. A graduate of Harvard Law School, she holds that a woman must have responsibility and "that extra ounce of energy" to be both homemaker and lawyer. Miss Norton concluded with academic advice to pre-legal students, saying that many law schools prefer a liberal arts background to a pre-law course. English and history are particularly good majors for this field. Both Miss Norton and Dr. Noonan said course...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Welch Fears Soviet Growth [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Welch Fears Soviet Growth On Wednesday evening, April 3rd, Robert Welch spoke at Boston College's Roberts Center. The current editor of the conservative American Opinion and chief representative of the John Birch Society, spoke of the possibility of Communist domination "In Just Ten Years." The articulate conservative who said: "I do have horns, but they are retractable," spoke of Communistic successes throughout the world in the past ten years. He presented an historical justification of the threat of Communism in the Western Hemisphere, intimating that DeGaulle has wrecked his once strongly nationalistic army by pro-Communist toleration. Communist-inspired student riots have also occurred throughout the world. Perhaps the greatest threat to our freedom, Welch alleged, is our present indifference towards Communism. He stressed that no official attempt has been made to expose Communism in the U.S. since 1955. He concluded by explaining the structure and aims of the John Birch Societ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Father Lynch Attacks American "Clear Ideas" [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Father Lynch Attacks American "Clear Ideas" On April 22nd, Father William F. Lynch S.J. confessed to the Sophomore S.W.C. class that he was tempted to call his new book: "You Can Have Your Cake and Eat It Too." Instead, he called it The Integrated Mind and said it was ''written in defense of a philosophy that was 'both-and' and not 'either-or'. In his fifty-minute talk, he attacked "the Cartesian clear idea that makes life easy by reducing reality to some simple formula." The American habit of transfering the absolutes, which should be kept above us, into all areas of life has brought such cultural and political problems as: dependence or independence, free enterprise or socialism, nationalism or inter- nationalism. "Americans want a clear policy on everything," Father Lynch observed, but he holds that it takes more strength not to be pushed into an extreme position than to be pushed. The Integrated Mind is a study of contraries so situated as to support and create each other. The o...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Newton, Cornell Fill St. Paul's With Song [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 May 1963

Newton, Cornell Fill St. Paul's With Song On March 24th, Newton joined Cornell University Glee Club in what The Boston Pilot called "an event of major magnitude." Directed by Mr. Theodore Marier, the combined Glee Clubs sang Maurice Durufle's Requiem Mass in its first local performance, at St. Paul's in Cambridge. With Mr. Thomas Sokol's preparation, Cornell superbly rendered the Dies Irae; and the Soprano solos especially, in the In Paradisum, had the floating quality which an ethereal effect demanded. Mr. Marier said the reaction to the concert i.n Harvard Square was "very favorable — nothing but cheers!" He and Cornell's Mr. Sokol are old friends. Mr. Sokol directed the Cornell Glee Club in a concert the night before for an alumni group in Boston. Cornell was on a week-long tour, and will go to England this summer. Pete Seeger will sing here Sunday despite protests from YAF.

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