Acuity Lounge Roving ReporterExp*™™ .h.w^ tha. .he method.( 'Haydn's Haven' Makes Queries
securing funds for
Every year with every freshmanUniversity! Association) had to be changed.
class there is much ado about theWe had
J cliche-ridden subject, "Adjust-
win! We had lost
"The man who has music in his
ment to College
to more foreign soul will be most in
v- loveliest." Plato's words remind us
A loving lepoitei went lovmg
crr»nH mucin ic tr»
recently to see if there
With Council's announcement of one major
ado about nothing." She foundproject for the entire student body, protests ^^J^
appreciate lfcthat freshmen now come
were heard. Why not have one major project
adjustable> economy siz3
But who feels capable of
many of us can actually class. Most freshmen agree thattermining four projects of
explain the reason for the beauty college work is more difficult,Much time and consideration havegone^
magnificant con- harder, tougher, more laborious,
this wise plan. Under it, we will have a certo? Can we really feel the love, more arduous, and so on to in-sense
unity that comes from
to- anger, or sadness which the com- finity. But, in general, the fresh-gether for a common goal. The stimulus of
has injected into his work?
find the gap between high
too, will be present since the
po] thQce who find
school and college an easy one toper capita basis
music difficult t0 digest> Miss
choosing the queen. But, above all. we
Dr Haas and Dr Haley
stats-should have charity.
have offered their assistance at a
on the subject:
V\ series of informal meetings to be Rosemary Crawford
held from two until four o'clock
college the girls are less
on the first and third Sunda
of contained, so, are friendlier and
fthe month. The purpose is to in-
willing to help one another.
still in those who are really inter-
also finds the
ested a deeper appreciation
of the students the
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good music. Bv listening to re- most striking difference.Word flashed through the dorms that the
lounge was closed! Spontaneous were the
famous artists of the Gerrie Smith, Martha Wurst,cries of protest and indignation against this
and by and Joy Mader feel that they are"injustice". The question
"WHY?" informal group discussion and. more independent in college. "No
opinion, these get-togethers
one is pushing you; you sink orWhy? Perhaps
justice" to the majority^ help all present to knowfand love swim."*
of the student body. Should a college lounge
the "universal tongue". §
Nancy Marshall has noticed the
the after-effects of a cyclone every
extra individual attention and themorning, noon and night? Should coffee
opportunity to share mutual in-
ashtrays, and pop bottles adorn the
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terests with so many,tables, arms of chairs,
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points out the needthe college
be treated like the
cultivating a strong sense ofroom at
home ? V /
Dear Editor, consideration for others. Pollye answer
obvious! And, since this What's happening to Mercy- Bresnan, too, finds the greatest
treatment is the ordinary, action was hurst?
time adjustment in dorm living,necessary. when Mercyhurst girls took ser- Better spirit of class unity! was
for depriving us
and light mentioned by
room? It all adds up to
lightly. Now it
girls who have not
everything lightly.learned the spirit of cooperation which was
wonder if the girls around here
took seven years
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to build up a strong student board
of discipline. How any group of
supposedly intelligent girls can
throw seven years of hard work
tQ the w
nds in just seven weeks
I Every year at this time, two
is more than I can understand.
. . . jtions, the Erie Philharmonic and
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certainly seems like a waste the Erie Playhouse, begin draw-I
d nu o
of good time and
energy when ing the crowds. Both groups have
students consider their
gov- planned programs offering just theStudent
and the Steering Committee of
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W *• $
for finding such a workable system for
needed for another suc-raising money. time defiantly
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The opening concert of the
department for its step forward in they
Philharmonic featured Samueldemonstration work. stand by their school and abide
violinist On the programThe students for their cooperation during Forty
hv fHo vlllAC
bQVA heon mo
on tne pioglal
by the rules which
been made for November
a piano ooncertHours devotion.
for their own benefit, all I can by Henri Arcand, famous pianoYour Editors Recommend ... say is that they don't know a good and organ artist, who recently
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opened Mercyhurst's cultural pro-
the students, purchase the "pocket books" thing when they see it. Further-
gram Gyorgi Sandor is soheduled
they don,t deserve t0 have
to present a piano recital on theThat the members of Student Board of Discipline
student board of discipline. December program. The Philhar-
orchestra is once again un-That the students wake up and clean up
d the direction of James
be seen and not heard leay,ns
set October 22
That the students take advantage of
as the opening date of
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season. The famous Broadwaythat they can obtain during the month of the
The faculty and students
Caine Mutiny Court
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extend their sympathy to Martial," began at that time.That TV watchers watch Bishop Pulton Sheen. Sister Jane Francis on the Tentatively scheduled for Novem-Your Editors Congratulate...
ber is "My
Eileen," which1 Mary Raffetto. played on Broadway and fromPat
on their weddfop,
which tw0 movies have been made
and the Praeterita staff
for ^ -^r
earning an "all-American"
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steer the freshman
Mercyhurst College, Erie, Pa.state.
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Associate Collegiate PressYour Editors Thank ...
Martin for blessing McAuley Hall.
the work of the
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Kay King, Betsy SchnatterSodality's Liturgical Committee.
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Helen KennedyFrank Alexandrowicz for his patience with the
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Contributors to this
MarthaMcNulty,Jean Heavey,whims of the Praeterita photography editors,
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Bobbie Imboden, Mary McCarthy, Beverly Buerkle, Ann
Your Editors Predict . .. Ginnis, Noel Jaeger, Joan Csernyicky, Barbara Jacubowski,,
Mary Drees, Del Dwyer, Lucille Turner, Liz Tatu.eThat unless students take their
Business Staff Lorraine
JoanClancy.Bettymore seriously, the authority delegated to
Barbara Cavanaugh, Beth Coleman, B. J. Bisgrove.Student Council will be revoked.
Jesus, through the Immaculate Heartof Mary, I offer Thee my prayers, works,joys and sufferings of this day . .
is theway we begin our day. How do we
As the 8:25 class commences, we offer aprayer; but do we offer the class to Christ?Recitations, interest, notes,
We promise this work to Godupon rising, but do we make it worthy ofthis promise? Let's think back over today'sclasses. What is the answer?Classes are
time. We, whohave offered the joys of our day to Christ,crowd into the lounge. Let's stop and listento the conversation echoing from each cornerof the room. Is it always charitable? Wehave also offered this talk to Our Lord.We offer every thought, every word, everyaction of every day to Christ as we rise. As
hours pass by, they become less and lessworthy of the sacrifice that we have madein the morning.Let's try to make each day more
like by renewing our Morning Offering manytimes during the day. By doing this we canbring Our Lord into our classes, our lounge,our
Welcome, Delta SigmaOmicron!To thosestudents who worked on both the name andconstitution, we
our commendation.The need existed and they took the time andeffort to remedy it.
Resulting is a well-organized day students'club with workable and worthy ideals. Time
to this, we're sure, and will perhaps see the spread
this plan to manyother colleges. IWe are eager
see the progress of this
Since Mercyhurst was built,
have been offered and then resulted innothing. We feel that this year will see progress made in fthe resident-day-studentquestion.
"All the world's a soap box opera"
so saidWilliam Shakespeare as he looked down from hisplace "upstage".
at a newspaper indicates that they're the rage this season."Rosie, Rosie, give him your answer|do.l. ." WillPrincess Margaret Rose forsake all for love or willshe remainjtrue to her duty? Who shall win her,Big Ben or Pilot Peter? Will their week-end inWindsor Forest
for all? Turn to tomorrow's front page for further exciting adventures.
PopularReluctant as we are to deviate from! this grave,crucial saga of world import, we turn now to a morecomic situation.} "Mamie's Other Husband," or"Who Shall Run for President," is proving to be areal tear-jerker. It seems the cast of charactersprefers to remain incognito. Kefauver said he hasn't made up his mind. Critics feel this means Estesrides again! After insisting he is still lost in a
made his first majorpolitical speech. Will" Harriman
he declaims loudly. Is that why he was theguest of honor at a big
rally in Albany?A word
the sponsor,* Harry
commercial," says he, as he calls Harriman "agenius" who has "all the qualifications" and is thebest man in the state.Faure Fits French FaroeMoliere, master of the French farce, has met hismatch in the present political plot. Papa Faurealmost landed the lead in "Search for Tomorrow's"premier (which has a large audience). By appeal-ing to patriotic pride concerning North ?Africa, heappeased the Deputies. The Morocco crisis washis own fault so naturally he discharged Grandval.Luckily for
Billotte and Pinay remainedtrue blue to him. Violence
in both Algeria and Morocco. Four
French reservistsmutinied for a day. After this, Faure picked upsupport for the sake of North African reform, notbecause he is the most popular.As you see, "There's good news tonight?" See
page, same column.