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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

The former Miss Guillemine de Vitry, instructor in philosophy, and her husband, Philippe de Lacoste Lareymondie of Fronteney-Rohan Rohan, France, are shown here during their wedding reception at Mme de Lacoste's family home in Pennsylvania.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Dhotel Fantasy Recommended [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Dhotel Fantasy Recommended Faraway, a fantasy by Andre Dhotei, is the story of an unconscious and a conscious search for happiness. It concerns a young boy, Gaspard, who finds that he has a mysterious attraction for a blue-eyed stranger. The stranger, driven by the obsession that he must find his homeland, constantly runs away from his guardian. During one of these escapades, he meets Gaspard, at that time a house boy at his aunt's hotel in the conventional town of Lominval. For some reason, Gaspard decides that he must, that he is almost compelled to aid the stranger in his quest. As the story unravels, Gaspard finds and then loses the stranger. While searching for him, he encounters a magnificent stallion, who assumes a role similar to the guiding animals of medieval literature, such as the eagle in Chaucer's House of Fame. The stallion eventually brings the stranger to her homeland. At the same time Gaspard, who unconsciously had been search- ing for the happiness of the same lan...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Fairfield U. Host To Newton Singers In Third Concert [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

Fairfield U. Host To Newton Singers In Third Concert The Glee Club •. traveled to Fairlield University for a joint concert on Saturday afternoon, February 22nd at 3 p.m. Officers and directors of the glee clubs provided a varied program. The tentative schedule included favorite songs from "My Fair Lady"; "The Lobster Quadrille" and "Father William" by Stephan Fine; Richard Rodgers' "Out of My Dreams"; a selection from"The Mikado," and the "Ave Maria". After the concert Newton participiants joined eighty Fairfield Glee Club members at dinner and a social. This was the club's third major concert of the season. On February 3rd, the glee clubs of Newton and Georgetown University, following the tradition set last year, gave a concert at St. Paul's Church, Cambridge. Mr. Paul C. Hume of Georgetown again directed the programme of sacred choral music and Mr. Theodore Marier provided organ accompaniment. Kate McCann, Peter Kelly and Peter Detgen took the solo parts.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958
Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

BRODNEY KNIT SHOP 42 LANGLEY ROAD Yarns, Imparled Shetland Yarns Fri'o Instructions

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

NEWTON CITY CAB When at the college use our free phone FOR FAST SERVICE When elsewhere call HI 4-0500 LA 7-4500 RAY AND EDDIE'S GULF STATION 723 Beacon Street Newton Centre 59, Mass. Tel. LAsell 7-9584 Tires, Batteries — Road Service Complete Line of Accessories

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

GARB DRUG CO. The Modern Apothecary 1217 Centre St. Newton Centre Catering to the Needs of the Students of Newton College This certificate ivill entitle bearer to 10% discount CASH and CAKRY Bigelow Inc. Cleaners at the corner of Beacon Newton Centre LA 7-5778 Compliments of A FRIEND

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 February 1958

STRALEY'S Typewriters —Sales and Repairs SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1235 CENTRE STREET NEWTON CENTRE

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

EIGHT EICHTY-FIVE Vol. VI April, 1958 No. 4

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
College Elects Joan Coniglio [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

College Elects Joan Coniglio Joan Coniglio, President of the Junior Class, has been elected to head Newton's Student Government for the year 1958-1959. In the allschool voting, Joan topped four other candidates for this position. Under the practice of separated powers, inaugurated in 1957, Joan will be the second senior to hold the office of Student Body President, distinct from the office of Senior Class President. Joan's duties as head of Student Council will entail presiding over Student Government meeting and campus activities. She will be responsible for carrying out a program for orientation week next September and for organizing the House Councils. Her full schedule next year will include working with the financial committee to allocate funds to campus clubs, and also with social committee to plan school functions. As moderator of the recently-formed Court of Appeals, she will have a decisive voice in judging which cases are valid to go before the Board of Appeals, of which s...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Fathers' Club Sponsors Weekend [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

Fathers' Club Sponsors Weekend On Saturday evening, March Ist, one hundred and twenty-five fathers registered at Stuart House where they received official badges and were whisked to the dining room for a delicious steak dinner during which they could get acquainted. A panel discussion presided over by Dr. Anthony Nemethy of the Sociology Department followed dinner; its purpose was to explain the chief features of Newton's curriculum which make it different from that of other colleges. Topics discussed by Mother Wheeler, Mr. Robert Curran, and Miss Patricia Marsh were: why we study the Summa, how our Philosophy courses are integrated, and what are the practical applications of our education courses. Mother Quinlan explained the SWC program, and after Dr. Nemethy had summed up, the floor was opened for a question period. The consensus was that the panel discussion was both interesting and enlightening. Fathers and daughters then went to the quonset for an operatic satire, "Comedy on t...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Author Discusses Life in China [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

Author Discusses Life in China Reverend Robert W. Greene, M M., author of Calvary in China, was the guest speaker of the Mission Club on Monday evening, March 10th. "My life in Communist hands" was the topic of his talk. Father told of his fifteen years of missionary work before his period of captivity. He explained that, although the penetration into South China was a slow process, once the Red soldiers entered his village of Tung-An all missionary work was suspended. Shortly after the beginning of the occupation Father Greene became a prisoner in his house. Daily from his window he witnessed the slaughter of the villagers tried by the People's Court. Today Father Greene tells of his experience with the Communists not as a religious adventure story but as a tale of an "inspirational journey of a man's soul.''

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
NFCCS Sponsors Literary Contest [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

NFCCS Sponsors Literary Contest Ihe literary commission of the New England Region of NFCCS, which has its center at Newton, is again conducting its annual literary contest. Miss Virginia Little, Chairman of the Literary Commission, is handling manuscripts. Three distinguished authors will judge the individual genres. Mr. William Alfred, professor at Harvard University, and author of the play Agamemnon, will criticise the poetry. The short stories will be judged by Mr. Charles Bracelen Flood, author of Love is a Bridge, and more recently, Distant Drums. Mother Louise Callan, a member of the faculty of Maryville College of the Sacred Heart, author of Philippine Duchesne, will review the essays. A twenty-dollar prize will be awarded to the winner in each division. The Literary Commission will recommend to the editor of the Supernaculum, a national publication of NFCCS, entries approved by the judges, whether or not they are awarued prizes.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Fr. McCabe Conducts Retreat [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

Fr. McCabe Conducts Retreat Reverend George V. McCabe, S.J., conducted the annual retreat for the students at the college beginning Friday afternoon, March 28th at 4:30 and ending Sunday afternoon March 30th at 4:00 o'clock. Father McCabe is at present the Father Minister at Fairfield University. After entering the Jesuit order he continued his studies in Dramatic Art. He has taught courses in Sacred Eloquence to the seminarians at the Jesuits' Weston, Massachusetts house, and his own eloquence made him a popular Retreat Master. This is the first year that the retreat was held over a weekend and was not a required exercise. For a majority of the college who remained on campus, the retreat provided a quiet interlude, a time for prayer and self-appraisal.

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Fotheringhay Goes on Tour; Will Play Again in April [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

Fotheringhay Goes on Tour; Will Play Again in April "Fotheringhay," the Dramatic Club's major '58 production, premiered at Newton on March sth. When the curtain closed on a Mary Queen of Scots reconciled to her coming execution, the cast, crew, and director hurried to pack their bags for the second annual Dramatic Club tour. First stop this year was Philadelphia. On March 7, the play was presented to a receptive audience at Overbrook Academy. Then at Eden Hall in Torresdale, the Newton thespians played to a packed and approving house which included students from the Academy of the Sacred Heart at Greenwich who were spending the weekend at Eden Hall. A repeat performance of "Fother- inghay" will be given here at Newton on Friday, April 18th, for the alumnae, the Janet Stuart Guild, the Duchesne guild, and any Newtonites who wish to come. The following day the players will enter competition, giving the second act at the National Catholic Theatre Conference play festival at Regis. The ...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Unsilent Generation [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

The Unsilent Generation "Life" magazine recently printed some essays by a group of Princeton seniors, selections from an anthology called The Unsilent Generation. With perhaps one exception these young men showed no desire to confront life in its broadest aspects. They shunned ultimates, contented to set themselves small life goals. On her deathbed Gertrude Stein is said to have turned to her lifelong friend and asked, "What's the answer, Alice?" "We just don't know, Gertrude," Alice replied. "Well then, Alice," the dying authoress asked, "what's the question?" Samuel Beckett, the author of "Waiting for Godot," has written a new play, "Endgame," which takes place on a primordial rubbish heap. His comment on life is best summed up in a frequently quoted line from the play: "Zero, zero and zero." Young Catholics, who ought to be thinking, cannot accept the gods of security, comfort, prestige and success that many college students put their faith in. We simply cannot afford to waste ti...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Lingering on the Phone [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

Lingering on the Phone No one will deny that Alexander Graham Bell rendered mankind, and more specifically womankind, a great service by the invention of the telephone. But as with all things, excessive use often leads to evil of one kind or another. At Newton, where pay phones average about one to every forty people, there is room for improvement in the use of these phones. Maybe the situation differs in other T- ~ — Imi4- ' v-> T"\ mn Vi -14- if nworifinnllTT irn v>Anm'V\l mnl'fi IXUUOCOj UUt 111 l_y 1L lO pi ti^i/icaiij 1 lilipUDkjiwiV/ muikV/ a phone call after 9:30 p.m. unless you happen to be the first person in the booth. Wouldn't it be a wonderful thing if you could appear at the window of the booth, signal the girl using the phone you are waiting for, and then have her conclude her call within two or three minutes after your first signal? How edifying to realize that she is actually giving up her perfect right to extend her call, just so that you may h...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Malingering in Their Duty? [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

Malingering in Their Duty? Once upon a time there was a college for women. The college was in a country whose government depended upon an intelligent electorate, since its principles were democratic. The democratic system assumed that people had a right to govern themselves and were able to. Logically enough then, one of the aims of the college was to produce good citizens who would be aware of their civic responsibility. Therefore the students were given a large share in their own government. They formed a constitution and elected representatives to enforce the laws they had made. The authorities of the college felt safe in vesting them with this power because they expected the students to act like sensible young women who realized the significance of their duties for the present and the future. One year when election time rolled around there was a minor crisis on the campus. A large percentage of the students failed to appear for voting. The only explanation of their absence was t...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Among Ourselves [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

Among Ourselves Congratulations to Kathleen Kingston, '59, for being chosen "Cutest and Cleverest Colleen" at a St. Patrick's day dance on March 17th. Prize: a trip to Europe for two. Bon Voyage to the following who are bound for a week of sunshine fun at the Elbow Beach Club in Bermuda: Mickey '61, Jeanne Hanrihan, '61, Lorrie Silvester, '60, Paggy Massman, '60, Marty Martin, '60, Carol Higgins, '60, Mary Galvin, '60, Jane Dunn, '60, Kathy McDermott, '60, Alex Armstrong, '60, Dottie Bohen t '59, Sheilah Lane, '59, Sandy Sestito, '59, Gail Gallagher, '59, and Eleanor Carr, '59. Also a happy trip to Marie Sturges, '61, who left on March 14th, for a two-week visit to Rome. Engaged: Pauline Cote, ex '59, to Frank Cambio, graduate of the University of Rhode Island and now stationed in Georgia. An August wedding is planned. Kay Sheehan, ex '59, to Robert Hoffman, graduate of St. Louis University. Kay will be graduated from Maryville this June. She too plans an August wedding. Mary George...

Publication Title: 885
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Lighter Side [Newspaper Article] — 885 — 1 April 1958

The Lighter Side Since it's Lent, the season of confession and contrition, we must come clean. We have been writing under false pretenses. Far from being on the lighter side, we find matches more to our liking. We have an old fashioned streak in us and feel that the widespread use of lighters only increases man's bondage to mechanization. Lighters have a nasty, oily odor, an odor that excites thoughts of Esso and monopolies. We are losing touch with the primeval and the classical. It's hard to imagine Prometheus coming to earth with a Ronson or a Zippo. If he had, we less than Titans might still be shivering in our caves. Despite the claims of their advertisers ("Press it's lit. Release it's out."), lighters are chronic invalids, always in need of a new wick, or a flint, or fluid. Even when in comparatively good health they seldom light on the first try or on the second either, for that matter. We may be dragging our feet in the march of time, but we would like to see the match rest...

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