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Painting the Green [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 27 January 1921
Painting the Green The hockey team presents a fine appearance on the ice. Each man is sturdily built and can skate. "Luke" didn't get much practice, although that stop he made in the last period was a beaut. Downey was right on top of the goal, and Urban shunted it off twice in rapid succession. At the end of the first period, two clown skaters appeared on the ice, and waltzed around to the tune of the "Dirge." We had a great cheering section at the game, with Jim Rooney and 'Jazz" Girrior acting as cheer leaders. We noticed hundreds of the Alumni present. Boston College is fast gaining prestige on the ice, and the large following we have now is most satisfying.
The Schedule for Track [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 27 January 1921
The Schedule for Track Jan. 29. Brooklyn College. Relay. Feb. 5. B. A. A. Feb. 8. Millrose A. A. Relay. Feb. 19. Guaranty Club N. Y. Feb. 22. Legion Meet. Boston. teb. 26. X. E. A. A. U. Indoor Championships. March 5. K, Y. A. C. March 15. John Wanamaker Games, N. Y. Relay. March 19. A. A. F. Senior Championships, N. Y. Junior Nationals in February.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 27 January 1921
i —nr—rinn^■——■■ m—im«ii— i^m—i J. B. Hunter Company HARDWARE 60 Summer Street - Boston B. C. MEN will find that our store is the right place at the right time when they want Shaving Supplies All kinds of Safety Razors and Blades, Strops, Lather Brushes, Shaving Mirrors and Hones We Sharpen Razors and Blades Pocket Knives A great variety, of the very best quality made, and with handsome pearl, stag and engraved handles Eastman Kodaks &amp; Supplies Developing, Printing. Enlarging, and Picture Framing Tell our clerk that you saw our adv. in The Heights. The clerk will tell our advertising man, and that will make hfm very happy! "FITZGERALD" "The Victrola Man" Has opened a first class VICTROLA SHOP in the STUDIO BUILDING fio Tremont Street, Boston Up i Flight Victor Records Victor Machines He invites B. C. Students at all times Tel. Main 748 &amp;%i atem gofi (print Geo. A. Warren, Prop. PRINTER OF " THE HEIGHTS" (printing . . of att ftind* . . 339 WASHINGTON STREET BR...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 27 January 1921
J.Cummings&amp;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 Established 1880 T. G. Buckley Co. FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVERS "PADDED MOTOR VANS" Our Own Fireproof Warehouse Modern Rug Cleaning Dept, Office and Warehouse 690 DUDLEY STREET Phone Columbia 9251
MARQUETTE HOLDS ANNUAL BANQUET Ex-Mayor Curley Shows Way To End Present Unrest. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
MARQUETTE HOLDS ANNUAL BANQUET Ex-Mayor Curley Shows Way To End Present Unrest. "Give a bonus to each of the six million men who were in our country's service during the war, and you will by that means bring prosperity to America." This in substance was the message of Hon. James M. Curley, speaking to the members of the Marquette Debating Society on the occasion of their annual banquet, held at the City Club on the evening of January 27. Some-one might ask how the giving of a bonus would bring prosperity . Ex-Mayor Curley answered this difficulty. Two billion dollars would be expended in giving a bonus to soldiers, sailors, and marines. This amount, Mr. Curley declared, was comparatively small indeed, for through the efforts of America's armed forces the war was shortened a year, and many times that amount saved for the country. Again, by distributing this money, which would soon be put into circulation, the government would aid business. Two billion dollars would empty every store ...
Pres. Comber Welcomes Banqueters [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
Pres. Comber Welcomes Banqueters Some of the decorations on the walls of the banquet-hall were most appropriate, others "Mebbe so." Considering that many of the banqueters had, but a few hours before, finished the last of their mid-year examinations, what would be more fitting than an "Emancipation Proclamation" casting its shadow upon their relieved countenances? Joseph A. Comber, President of the Society, delivered the address of welcome after the choice delicacies of the banquet-table had vanished
BASKETBALL TEAM WINS THREE GAMES ON MAINE TRIP Urban and Hickey Stars in Every Encounter. .Roderick Shows Good Form. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
BASKETBALL TEAM WINS THREE GAMES ON MAINE TRIP Urban and Hickey Stars in Every Encounter. .Roderick Shows Good Form. (By Special Dispatch to The Heights) In a three-days' trip up in Maine the basketball team garnered as many victories from representative Maine Colleges, winning a game a day; the only reason they did not take a few more scalps was because there were no more games arranged for the anabasis. All the scores gave them the victory by large margins, the closest being Bates who trailed them by ten points at the end of the session. In all the games, they played before large gatherings as basketball is the chief winter sport up there, and in the opinion of the different crowds the team is about the best that they have seen in this locality for some time. Hickey and Urban Star Every night the individual stars of the game were Urban and Hickey. These two played the best net game of the season so far, shining in team play and the passing game along with bringing the spectators t...
GENERAL HERSEY VISITS B. C. Guest of Fr. Lynch, S. J. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
GENERAL HERSEY VISITS B. C. Guest of Fr. Lynch, S. J. Brigadier General Mark L. Hersey, Commandment at Camp Devens, accompanied by his uncle Dr. Freeman C. Hersey, visited the college last Thursday afternoon and was entertained at dinner by the faculty. Fr. Lynch, S. J., served with the General at Arras, St. Mihiel and the Argonne and was cited several times tor conspicuous service by him. The General said that his basketball team is anxious to play B. C. Lieutenant Jerome Joyce, who is in charge of athletics at Camp Devens, was a former center of the basketball team of Loyola College, Baltimore, when that team played Yale and the Navy. Athlete: — "I'm a little stuff from lacrosse." Fresh.—Wisconsin?" —Squib.
LECTURE TEAM AT WORCESTER Address K. of C. on Dangers of Smith-Towner Bill. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
LECTURE TEAM AT WORCESTER Address K. of C. on Dangers of SmithTowner Bill. Worcester was the scene of another conflagration on last Sunday evening, but contrary to the usual custom, it was not set by pyromaniacs, but by the glowing words of the Senior Lecture Team of Boston College. The hall of the Alhambra Council, K. of C, was crowded to capacity anticipating a lecture by Father Cox, but he was unable to attend owing to illness. In his stead, Harold Sullivan, Frank DeCelles, and Eugene Sullivan were sent and the audience of more than a thousand persons were told of the fallacies of the "Smith-Towner" educational bill. Many school teachers were in the gathering. All were vitally interested and highly enthusiastic over the prospects of defeating the bill and many new apostles were added to fhe cause. The speakers branded the bill as übiquitous and a menace to real education. The bill was proved to be un-constitutional, un-American, and un-democratic. Considered socially and politica...
$50.00 IN PRIZES! Slogan for Boston College Drive [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
$50.00 IN PRIZES! Slogan for Boston College Drive Headquarters of the Boston College Drive announce that $50.00 will be given for the three best SLOGANS to be used in the coming Drive. The SLOGAN, consisting of not more than ten words, must contain the idea of Boston College and the Drive. It must convey a general as well as a specific meaning, for example, "EVERYBODY Boost the Drive and Give What YOU Can." Here's a chance for everybody to show what he can do as well as having an opportunity to benefit himself financially. The SLOGANS are to be sent to the Headquarters of the Boston College Drive, 166 Devonshire Street, Boston, on or before Feb. 15, 1921. For the best offering $2 5. will be given; for the second, $15.; and for the third. $10.
MUSICAL CLUBS' CONCERT AT JORDAN HALL, FEB. 7 Annual Musical Treat Will Be Better Than Ever. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
MUSICAL CLUBS' CONCERT AT JORDAN HALL, FEB. 7 Annual Musical Treat Will Be Better Than Ever. For many years the walls of Jordan Hall have resounded to the music of talented artists. Noted pianists, famous violinists, and golden-throat-ed singers have occupied the stage of the Conservatory, and have showered their gifts on appreciative audiences. But be that as it may, it is our firm conviction that the walls of Jordan Hall "Ain't Heard Nothing Yet." When Professor George Lowell Tracy raises his baton at eight o'clock next Monday evening, Jordan Hall and its occupants are due to hear a concert that will certainly have a shade on any concert that the famous music hall can thus far lay claim to . For at that particular hour the Boston College Musical Clubs are scheduled to leave the mark and start down the homestretch on their Third Annual Concert. Something for Every Taste Those who have attended former concerts of the musical clubs of this college are well aware that they are in a cl...
WHO'S WHO AT THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
WHO'S WHO AT THE HEIGHTS During the week, Neal O'Hara. in one of his spasms, gaves us the names of a few individuals, Who's Who failed to classify in his book of Ads. We deeming ourselves equal to Neal O'Hara, Tom O'Shanta, and Who's Who submit a few names who are worthy of mentioning. We lead all others. When THE HEIGHTS starts anything, we are always sure to find our ideas in the other college weeklies, shortly after. We started a Who's Who Column a few weeks ago, and now, other college papers have started the same. Although we are not from Waltham, yet we are being watched. So start something. Go Shoeless! Get shot! — ? Do anything to get your name in Who's Who. Look these over for further suggestions. FITZPATRICK, James J., Senior; Meriden High School; Varsity Football, '17, '18, '19, '20; Varsity Baseball, '17, '18, '19, '20; Varsity Football Capt. '19; Varsity Baseball Capt. '21; Varsity Basketball, 'IS, '19; Varsity Hockey, '17. DOYLE, James H., Junior; B. C. H.; Boston Latin...
CLASS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
CLASS OF PUBLIC SPEAKING This class meets every Wednesday at half past two in the Fulton Room. It is not an Elocution Class. Fr. Dore informed us of this fact some months ago, and you couldn't hire one of us now to join a mere "Elocution" class. We have several points in speaking explained to us, and then these points are worked out by all members of the class, in some part of an oration. Each member must get on his feet and talk. No excuses are taken! We are given work to do at home to improve the voice, to give ease and strength of gesture, to help the enunciation, and in general, to learn to speak earnestly and impressively. This class is held after regular class hours but it is a "worth-while" class. Fr. Dore tells us that any member of the Junior Class will be welcome at any time. Come in and look us over!
CARDINAL O'CONNELL VISITS B. C. RADIO STATION [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
CARDINAL O'CONNELL VISITS B. C. RADIO STATION On last Saturday morning his Eminence Cardinal O'Connell and Monsignor Splaine paid a visit to the Radio Station and listened to the messages sent by various ships, naval Stations and transatlantic stations. His Eminence was so pleased that lie insisted that Boston College should be equipped with an up-to-date radio telephone transmitting outfit. Father Lynch. S. J., Professor of Physics, announced that the Cardinal's wishes will be complied with immediately.
INTER-COLLEGIATE RADIO CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
INTER-COLLEGIATE RADIO CLUB During the past week a request was received from the Fordham Radio Club to establish an InterCatholic College Radio Circuit between Holy Cross. Boston and Fordham. The B. C. Radio Station is already making tests with these two colleges and hopes to start a column o: Radio News in THE HEIGHTS. Five members of the B. C. Club have already secured operators' licenses and others are still working hard at Code practice in order to become operators. If you have any ambition in the Radio line, join the Radio Club. We have ebery facility to prepare you for the Custom i- : ouse Examination before Jure.
PHONEY PHANTASMS Exhibit No. 9845362 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 3 February 1921
PHONEY PHANTASMS Exhibit No. 9845362 Prelude In the moonlight in the morning, on the sixty-third of May, Four horsemen walked across the bridge astride a trolley car, The motor man reefed the mainsail, the lady didn't pay The horse doctor shot the President, the villian said, "Har!" (Next Stanza) "0 Geraldine," spake the logician, "What makes the sun go 'round?" What makes the stew so full of oysters and the sausage full of hound ■. hy did Caesar slay the Bolsheviks, and Jap-a-Lac the floor With little sheets of Cottage cheese, which was mined at Singapore?" (More Coining. Ugh!) "What's the cure for a festered folio?" asked the Great Stone Face, "Sweet Essence of Wild AxeHandles" and the glacier began to glace. The blacksmith chopped his paw off, the dentist held the hose, The angel blew his trumpet and the pauper blew his nose. (Finey) —By Gosh.