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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 13 January 1921
" DON'T BLAME THE BOY " It may be the fault of poor eyesight ■-&lt; '*%. JOSEPH ECKER Registered Optometrist 125 TREMONT ST., BOSTON Special Discount to B. C. Men Dress Clothes Renting i II &lt;# In \j A\ ' if ' |/ : ; Special Rate to B. C. Students READ &amp; WHITE 111 SUMMER STREET - BOSTON Suits, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, etc. Everything' the latest
Sports BASKETBALL TEAM DEFEATS RHODE ISLAND STATE, 33-21 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 13 January 1921
Sports BASKETBALL TEAM DEFEATS RHODE ISLAND STATE, 33-21 Saturday night in a game featured by the playing of Luke Urban and "Fiddle" Morley the basket ball team was again victorious over Rhode Island State 33 to 21. The game in the first half was closely contested, both teams playing hard and fast with the honors remaining almost even at the end of the session. In the last half however the team came out strong and played all around the Rhode Island five running up the score fast with the long shots of Urban and Morley. Although the team was without the services of Captain "Jerry" Mahoney and John Gannon they teamed up well and gave a few exhibitions of snappy team play and the passinggame. With these two in the game they will be a much stronger combination and a harder one to beat. The good defensive work of Captain Mahoney, and the shooting of Gannon under the nets are features which will be missed until they are able to return to the game. Gannon's back has been troubling him all ...
WEST POINT SEEKING FITZ AND URBAN [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 13 January 1921
WEST POINT SEEKING FITZ AND URBAN During the past week, Boston College had a visit from Lieutenant Charles Mahoney from West Point. He was here to convince Lukie Urban and Jimmy Fitzpatrick that the best thing l'or them to do next year would be to continue their education at the Army College. He talked to these sterling athletes for almost an hour, but nothing definite was decided upon. Lieutenant Mahoney is a B. C. High graduate and attended the college for one year before he entered the military academy. He played quarterback on the football team
HONORS FOR "LUKE" URBAN AND "JIMMIE" LISTON Fall River and Lowell the Hosts [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 13 January 1921
HONORS FOR "LUKE" URBAN AND "JIMMIE" LISTON Fall River and Lowell the Hosts During the Christmas vacation many things happened. Two of those things were the banquets tendered to two of our football stars, Captain Lukie Urban and Jimmie Liston. Lukie was taken from his home, whether forcibly or not we do not know, dressed in his form-fit, white tie. and dancing slippers and placed at a table with a judge on one side of him and the Mayor of Fall River on the other. When Lukie looked around at the scenery, he discovered some 12 5 persons all smiling at him. Lukie claims that made him feel "funny" down his spinal column. They presented Lukie with a travelling bag and of course he had to acknowledge his thanks. He started bis speech thus: "October 16, Boston College defeated Yale. On December 4, Boston College defeated Holy Cross." Lukie forgot that there were some Holy Cross graduates preent and so he had to desist. We rt-ere unable to get a copy of the rest of the speech, but you can b...
HOCKEY TEAM VICTORIOUS OVER BATES Coach Roque's Team Battles Tech Tonight [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 13 January 1921
HOCKEY TEAM VICTORIOUS OVER BATES Coach Roque's Team Battles Tech Tonight Our hockey team got away to a good start when it defeated. Bates last Saturday at Lewiston, 5 to 0. Taking into consideration the fact that Captain Hughes and his mates had but three workouts prior to their initial appearance, is more commendable. However, better team play was mainly responsible for the victory. Evidently those road jaunts that Coach Fred Roque enforced on the puck chasers during the mild weather served to great advantage. During the first half, the fast Bates septet held the maroon and gold to a single score, but in the second session, Hughes, Garritty, Curry and Healey peppered the Maine cage defender, and succeeded in pushing the disk past him four times. Bates was forced to play a strictly defensive game throughout, and rarely penetrated beyond midice. The Morrissey brothers, Frank and Ben, were stalwarts on defence, and blunted many of Bates' drives. Kddie O'Brien in the net successfully ...
BASEBALL SCHEDULE READY Many New Teams to Appear [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 13 January 1921
BASEBALL SCHEDULE READY Many New Teams to Appear Manager Henry C. Fisher of the baseball team has announced the schedule for 1921. Manager Fisher has arranged a very commendable schedule, playing some of the strongest teams in the East, Twenty-six games have been arranged, nineteen of which will be played at home. The southern trip has been called off and the only long trip will be a week-end trip to New York early in May. Lehigh, Layfayette, Bowdoin, Univ. of Detroit, Univ. of New York, Crescent Club, Norwich, Middlebury, Colgate, Syracuse, and Williams appear on the schedule for the first time. The first Holy Cross game will be played in Worcester as usual, but the date has been advanced about three weeks. However, H. C. will appear on Alumni Field on June 17 and in case a third game is necessary, it will probably be played at one of the local ball parks. We notice that the usual Tufts contest will not be waged this year, Georgetown taking Jumbo's place on Decoration Day. Old Eli ...
VETERAN ATHLETES' ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA TO PRESENT B. C. ELEVEN WITH CHAMPIONSHIP CUP [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 13 January 1921
VETERAN ATHLETES' ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA TO PRESENT B. C. ELEVEN WITH CHAMPIONSHIP CUP There was never any doubt in our minds as to what team won the Eastern football championship, but the doubts which some "outsiders" entertained have been dispersed by the following letter received by Rev. Fr. William Devlin, S. J., president of the College, from Eugene C. Bonniwell, president of the Veteran Athletes' Association of Philadelphia: "In one of my various capacities, this time as president of the Veteran Athletes of Philadelphia, an association of old-time champions comprising more than 300 of the foremost citizens of Philadelphia who were active in athleti'cs prior to 1895." Pres. C. Bonniwell writes, "I desire to urge my present request on you for your serious consideration and acceptance. "We have an annual banquet at Philadelphia each year, attended by the foremost city and State officials, judges, etc. It will be held this year Wednesday evening. Jan. 26, 1921. Our executive ...
DATE OF SOPHOMORE SOCIAL IS CHANGED TO JAN. 21 Big Program Arranged [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 13 January 1921
DATE OF SOPHOMORE SOCIAL IS CHANGED TO JAN. 21 Big Program Arranged Inasmuch as the date previously decided upon has been found to conflict with an important date that concerns the Senior Class especially and tlie college in general, the Sophomore Class has determined to hold its social on January 21, 19 21, instead of on January 14. The committee of arrangements has made considerable progress in its work, and has now completed preparations so far as the menu is concerned. As for the entertainment the committee is receiving whole-hearted support from the members of the class, and a varied offering is assured. One part of the program that the committee is having trouble in arranging will be taken care of as soon as boxing is again resumed after its long vacation from activity. PROF. McGADY WILL FEATURE We understand that Professor McLady intends to resume activities in a short time. At any rate the Sophomores will have as a part of the evening's entertainment about a dozen bouts, all...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 13 January 1921
K O'NEIL j | LARKIN * «*l 'I Clothiers 267 WaShin^on Street v * | f Next Door t0 Bostou Post I England's Leading -A) Tel. Fort Hill 3182-53183 EDWARD J. COX, B. C. Ex. '10 Representative, Ward 1, E. Boston 1* ini/HA \\J \1 Fitton Council, K. C. jVi J\ _V U%JVV 11 WM. B. LARKIN, Pres. Roxbury Council, K. C. C A I C Member of Granada ,[j f\ I 4 ly JOHN J. SAWTELLE, Vice-Pres. Pere Marquette Council, K. C. CIIITC ANft Member of Granada O U I 1 _____ LAWRENCE F. QUIGLEY, Sec. Chelsea Council, K. C. -"VrTIATTQ Past Commander, Chelsea Post, A. L. \j 1 _J Member of Granada JAMES J. BIGGIO, Treas. rt» A £A Ausonia Council, K. C. 3)_C'T«o\/ Dorchester Club OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS J. Cummings &amp;l Son TRUNKS Bags Suit Cases Leather Goods Boston Bags $1.50 to $35.00 Brief Cases $2.00 to $30.00 657 ATLANTIC AVENUE Between Summer and Essex Sts. Opp. South Station KEEP POSTED ON THE LATEST CATHOLIC LITERATURE BY VISITING OUR Book Department EVERY WEEK The Catholic Church Su...
ME. CARBERRY, OF BOSTON POST, ADDRESSES CLASS IN JOURNALISM Declares College Men Needed in Newspaper Work [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 20 January 1921
ME. CARBERRY, OF BOSTON POST, ADDRESSES CLASS IN JOURNALISM Declares College Men Needed in Newspaper Work On Thursday, January 13, the class in journalism listened to a talk by one of Boston's foremost newspaper men, Mr. Clifton B. Carberry, managing editor of the Boston Post. Mr. Carberry spoke interestingly on various phases of the present day newspaper, presenting his views in a manner that was splendidly worthwhile, As a prelude to his talk on the newspaper, Mr. Carberry spoke very favorably of Boston College as an educational institution and cited Henry Gillen. former editor of the STYLUS and now employed on the editorial staff of the Post, as an example of what a college man can accomplish in the newspaper field. Said Mr. Carberry, "Henry Gillen is a good newspaper man. We would not mind having more like him." Papers Want College Men Mr. Carberry then proceeded to discuss several changes that have taken place in the newspaper world during the past Ave years. "No longer," he sa...
FULTON ORGANIZES THREE LECTURE TEAMS Will Debate Fordham in Assembly Hall, Feb. 25 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 20 January 1921
FULTON ORGANIZES THREE LECTURE TEAMS Will Debate Fordham in Assembly Hall, Feb. 25 Three teams have been organized by the Fulton to lecture before various Knights of Columbus Councils on the Smith-Towner Bill. Successful debates have already been held in Jamaica Plain, St. John's and Medford Councils as well as the lecture before the Philomatheia Club. Next week the members will be at Mattapan and Brighton and the following week at Wakefield and the North End Councils. Arrangements are pending for appearances at Southboro, Salem, Peabody, Cohasset, Worcester. Revere, Lowell. Lawrence, Fall River and Framingham. Opposition to this measure by Boston College men cannot but convince communities of the dangers lurking behind it. Any student or Alumnus who knows of organizations which would like to hear the Fulton speakers on this subject may make arrangements with John J. Consodine at the "Stylus" Office. The men who compose the Senior team are Eugene J. Sullivan, Francis J. De Celles an...
Boston College Will Have Great Season on Boards Jake Driscoll Entered in Many Meets. Battle for Relay Positions. New Middle Distance Star Uncovered [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 20 January 1921
Boston College Will Have Great Season on Boards Jake Driscoll Entered in Many Meets. Battle for Relay Positions. New Middle Distance Star Uncovered Under Coach Ryder, track is now beginning to boom in earnest and Jack will have hs hands full trying to pick the men who will carry the Eagle in the different events. At present, there are about seventy-five men on the squad, all working hard every afternoon in preparation for what promises to be B. C.'s most successful season on the boards. Coach Ryder's hardest task will be to pick the relay team. There are fifteen candidates for the four positions, but the only one who is sure to be a member of the quartet is Capt. Jake Driscoll. Busy Year for Jake Jake is running true to form and is being flooded with invitations to participate in meets all over the country. He is limiting his entries, however, in the fear of running himself out. At present he is entered in the Brooklyn College meet, Knights of St. Anthony games, the Millrose A.. C. ...
MUSICAL CLUBS GIVE FIRST CONCERT Guests of the Daughters of Isabella at Musicale in Roslindale [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 20 January 1921
MUSICAL CLUBS GIVE FIRST CONCERT Guests of the Daughters of Isabella at Musicale in Roslindale On Wednesday Evening, January 2, 1921, the Musical Clubs of Boston College, as guests of the Daughters of Isabella, Court John J. Williams, furnished a delightful musical program, under the personal direction of George Lowell Tracy, Director of the Musical Clubs of Boston College. The concert was held in the Municipal Building, Roslindale, and over eight hundred guests were present. The committee in charge of the entertainment was represented by numerous daughters of the Court, among whom were Katherine Donahue, G. R., Chairman; Mary V. Smith, P. G. R.; Alecia Doyle, Mary Delaney, Claire Hines, Katharine V. Foley, D. D.; Anna Reynolds, Barbara McLelian. and Mary Shea. If what the historians say is true —tha+ coming events cast their shadows before, the Musical Clubs of Boston College bid fair to equal, if not surpass the college musical clubs throughout the country. It is well at this earl...
MARQUETTE EXTENDS FRIENDLY HAND TO SOVIET RUSSIA Bolsheviki Cannot Terrify Charitable B. C. Men [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 20 January 1921
MARQUETTE EXTENDS FRIENDLY HAND TO SOVIET RUSSIA Bolsheviki Cannot Terrify Charitable B. C. Men With malice toward none and charity for all the Marquette Debating Society registered its approval of extending aid to the suffering people of Russia. No matter how graphic a picture of bloody-handed autocracy running rampant in a terror-stricken country was painted by the opponents of everything that made one think of Bolshevism, the Marquette's sturdy cohorts of the charitable refused to deny assistance to the innocent victims, the women and children. The first speaker for the affirmative was Mr. Grady. He presented the argument that held interest throughout the discussion—that on grounds of humanitarianism we should extend a helping hand to the unfortunate people of Russia. Mr. Grady painted a pathetic picture of the suffering of the women and children of the great land formerly ruled by the Czar. He also insisted that much of the suffering in the United States could be alleviated of t...
WHO'S WHO AT THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 20 January 1921
WHO'S WHO AT THE HEIGHTS Because we realize that many of the fellows at the Heights will some da:,* occupy positions in life, which will necessitate the editor of "Who's Who in America," to enlarge his publication, we feel that we, too. should boast of a "Who's Who," which will contain a brief synopsis of the activities of some of the chaps at the College, who by their perseverance and consistent work have ascended the ladder of fame. Each week we shall publish the names of five individuals and their participation in the following activities: Athletics. Dramatics, Debating, Glee Club and Band. Publications, Medical. Radio, etc. De Oelles. Francis J., Senior, Somerville High, winner of Oratoricals, 'IS Fulton Prize and Intercollegiate team. "19, '20, '21; Vice Pres. of Fulton. '20; Alumni Editor of Stylus, *18-'l9; Associate Editor of Sub Turri. '21. McGrady. Bevan J., Junior, North High, Worcester, and Worcester Academy, Baseball, Football and Instructor of Boxing, '20. '21. Donahue...
ATTACKED BY A SENIOR [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 20 January 1921
ATTACKED BY A SENIOR At last the populi has started to vox. We have on hand a blast from an indignant subscriber who has paid his subscription. His cruel words are reproduced below. Editor of the Heights, Dear Sir: I think that it is about time that a man with a real collegiate halo about him should rise up from his doldrums and assail the present lack of policy of THE HEIGHTS. A real college weekly for a real college! Let this cry reverberate and resound through our classic halls, till the editor, perched on his egotistic swivel-chair, will give us the style of periodical we demand. Preserve us from all cob-webbed news, the kind that has made many of us regular patrons of the optic infirmary and please pour out to your indignant subscribers lots of real news, pep, fun, and hilarity! Yours, Indignant Senior.