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TRACK MANAGER TRAVELS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
TRACK MANAGER TRAVELS Jim Donahue, our youthful but efficient track manager, is smiling again. In anticipation of numerous trips a la Pullman, Jim acquired a nice new travelling bag. Up to last Saturday he was trying to figure out a way to get less bag and more travelling, lie went to the Guaranty Games and now he's happy.
FABRE CLUB GIVEN INTERESTING LECTURE Former B. C. Football Star Talks on "Medicine as a Profession." [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
FABRE CLUB GIVEN INTERESTING LECTURE Former B. C. Football Star Talks on "Medicine as a Profession." On Feb. 17 the Fabre Biological Society and its invited guests listened to a most interesting talk given by Dr. Keenan on "Medicine as a Profession." Dr. Keenan is registered surgeon at the Massachusetts General Hospital, and visiting surgeon at St. Elizabeth's Hospital. While at B. C he played on the first football team to defeat Holy Cross. He was a Colonel in the army during the World War and spent most of his period of service right on the firing line. The Doctor advised the aspiring medical men to consider what was ahead of them before they fully resolved upon this profession. A medical man must be strong both physically and morally. He must have a strong will and above all he must have a conscience. The most successful doctors are those who have a natural inclination for this profession and must drive themselves even when tired. "Work is the motto of the doctor and the guide ot...
WHO'S WHO AT THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
WHO'S WHO AT THE HEIGHTS Longfellow once said: "The heights by great men reached and kept Were not attained by sudden flight, Bur they, while their companions slept, Were toiling upward in the night." This is the secret which those who have attained one of the greatest honors at B. C, that of having their names in "Who's Who at The Heights," have held in their breasts and urges them on to do BIG things for B. C. Today, we publish the last five named of B. C. men, who have earned this reward. This is the last publication of "Who's Who at The Heights." Sorry to say we could not find more than five who are deserving of this unique honor at the present time. So having performed our duty and feeling satisfied with the results, we make haste to print the final quintet. SWAN Thomas, Sophomore; High School of Commerce; Varsity Football. '19, '20; Varsity Baseball, '20. FOLEY, Henry E., Junior; B. C. II.; Pres. Marquette Debating Society, '19; Prize Debate, '18, '19; Winner of the Marquette ...
FULTON LECTURERS AT CAMBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
FULTON LECTURERS AT CAMBRIDGE Standing room was at a premium when the senior Fulton lecture team spoke on the Smith-Towner educational bill in Saint Mary's Hall. Cambridge, last week. It was an open meeting and representatives of many organizations were present. The meeting was arranged under the direction of Edward J. Brandon, B. 0. '15. Harold Sullivan, Francis DeCelles, and Eugene Sullivan discussed the aforesaid bill from its many aspects. The hundreds of people present displayed keen interest throughout the discussion and especially in the forum following the lecture. Questions of all sorts were asked the speakers and were promptly answered. As a result, resolutions condemning the bill were unanimously adopted and sent to Massachusetts Congressmen and Senators. The speakers were accorded a most enthusiastic vote of thanks.
NORTH DIGHTON CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS One Man Organization Formed [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
NORTH DIGHTON CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS One Man Organization Formed With the birth of the B. C. club in Newburyport we also hear of the interest North Dighton has in B. C. North Dighton has formed a B. C. club which includes one member. THE HEIGHTS staff after examining volumes of maps and a couple of astronomical charts has found the hamlet to exist somewhere in the United States. The only existing member of the new organization is Arthur Wyatt, a pre-med student. Arthur gave THE HEIGHTS' Correspondent a few details of the oneman club and also an extract from the "Morning Glory," the bi-month-ly publication of the borough. "Art" was too modest to elect himself President so he appointed the other man in the village honorary president. "Art" took the rest of the offices and is also the member. The member tells us that there will be one alumni member when he graduates, so the growth of the club is neatly outlined. The club will run no big social events this year as the floor of the barn is...
JUNIOR SODALITY NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
JUNIOR SODALITY NOTES The Junior Socialists assembled in the chapel today after an extended absence. The usual devotions were offered after which Fr. Donnelly continued his instfuctive discourse on character development. The four points of height, depth, length and breadth of character building were dwelt upon and illustrated. The height or perfection of character consists in reflection upon God's natural law. The depth or depravity of character is the violation of God's law and precepts. Every delibrate act, word and thought of ours contribute to the breadth of character. Acts of virtue will reach to eternity, those of evil extend to hell, this constitutes the length of character.
BOSTON COLLEGE CLUB OF WORCESTER FORMED Beaven McGady Elected President. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
BOSTON COLLEGE CLUB OF WORCESTER FORMED Beaven McGady Elected President. The wave of newly formed Boston College Clubs has reached as far as Worcester in its trip westward to the coast. At a meeting of the club on Tuesday Mr. McGady was unanimously elected President; T. A. McInerny was chosen Vice-President; Walter Comerford, Treasurer; and Charles Sheehan, Secretary. The club is planning a promenade at the Bancroft Hotel in Worcester early in May, also a concert by the musical clubs, the proceeds of which will go to the B. C. drive.
B. C. CLUB ORGANIZED IN WAKEFIELD Eugene Sullivan, '21, Elected President. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
B. C. CLUB ORGANIZED IN WAKEFIELD Eugene Sullivan, '21, Elected President. Wakefield, a little hamlet fifteen miles northward from the Heights, adds its name to the list of Boston College Clubs. Wakefield boasts of hospitable people and a sociable community, and, according to plans of the newly organized club, the B. C. spirit will be transferred for a night to the Wakefield town hall. The following officers have been elected: President, Eugene Sullivan, '21; Vice-President, Thomas Murray, '21; Secretary, Raymond Drugan. '22; Treasurer, Arthur Lyons, '2 4; Chairman of Executive Committee, Thomas Mclntyre, '23.
FULTON PRIZE DEBATE WILL BE HELD EARLY IN MARCH [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
FULTON PRIZE DEBATE WILL BE HELD EARLY IN MARCH The Fulton Prize Debate will be held in the Assembly Hall in the early part of March. The question selected is: "Resolved, That Section 12 of the Calder Coal Bill should be rejected." Harold Sullivan '21, and Henry Foley '22 will uphold the affirmative. Eugene Sullivan '21 and Francis DeCelles '21 will argue in the negative. Considerable interest will be attached to this year's discussion because each one of the four speakers has won individual honors in past oratorical or argumentative contests at Boston College, and all have been playing prominent parts in the Fulton lecture program.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
WALTER D. CROSTON JOHN A. CARR NEW PRICES $22.50, $25., $30., OTHERS TO $45 Complete line of Dress Suits and Tuxedos for Rent SPECIAL RATES TO B. C. STUDENTS CROSTON &amp; CARR COMPANY UPSTAIRS AT 87 SUMMER STREET, - - BOSTON Established WL DINE AT popular prices fnr q BEACH STREET (Near Washington St.) Particular People. STRICTLY FAMILY RESTAURANT y/f 0 Nv Shoppers /' )_• j\ Business Men Theatregoers |k Luncheon ■ 7d c / |o __ J §=r| 11:30 to 2:30 P. M. §L Hj V z rv Fashioned \ I \ I French Table d'Hote \ I DREYFUS y Oinner -- - $ 1.35 5 to 9 P. M. | ..CIAL ATTENTION GIVEN STUDENTS jjf Our COZY GRILL ROOM is at your disposal for Class, Club JJ| Dinners, Smokers and Banquets. We cordially invite your Sgfl inquiries. A La Cart- H We Are Now Open SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS and Serve Our All Day FAMOUS FRENCH $* £C TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS h QD From 12 to 9 P. M. §}
Graduate Athletic Board [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
Graduate Athletic Board As we look back over the achievements of the various athletic teams which have represented Boston College during the past four years we notice that there has been a growth—a healthy growth— giving promise of attaining large proportions in the future. The greater part of those with whom Boston College men come in contact have much to say about this advance. The sporting pages of our daily papers contain frequent and copious articles relating the doings out on University Heights. All this shows the general public is turning its gaze upon Boston College and is waiting to see what the future has in store for the teams which we are about to send out. Perhaps the most vivid example of the interest which is being aroused throughout this part of the country in Boston College athletics was the manner in which the newspapers announced the result of the Boston College-Holy Cross football game of last December. Special editions of every evening paper in the city were cir...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
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THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
THE HEIGHTS BOSTON COLLEGE WEEKLY Published on Thursdays during the school year, by the students of Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Boston (67), Mass. Editor JOHN B. DONAHUE, '21 Associate Editors JAMES E. DONAHUE, '21 CHARLES J. McCABE, '21 Business Manager OSGOOD J. CURRIER, '23 Advertising Manager THOMAS P. MAHAN, '22 Assistant JAMES P. DONOVAN, '21 Staff IRVING F. GREGORY, '21 JOSEPH D. PATE, '21 EUGENE SULLIVAN, '21 FRANCIS J. DECELLES, '21 DANIEL J. McSWKENEY, '22 WALTER R. GRAHAM, '22 PAUL J. WENNERS, '23 EDWARD F. MULLIGAN, '23 TIMOTHY A. McINBRNEY, '22 CLEMENT G. JORDAN, '22 Art Department CORNELIUS T. H. SHERLOCK, '22 JOHN T. SULLIVAN, '24 Subscription Rate $2.00 per year Advertising rates furnished on request. Entered at Boston Post Office as second class matter. Material for insertion must be at "The Heights'* office before noon on Monday.
THE WRONG WAY [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
THE WRONG WAY Anent the comment excited by the costumes and dances at a social function of a nearby college, we might say that the sensational manner of the expose and the consequent publicity given to the conditions in the college paper, smacks of "yellow journalism." We agree with the editor that the conditions are shocking, but we can scarcely agree with the method taken to remedy them. The college newspaper should never stoop to yellow journalism or sensationalism—we have enough of that in the professional press. It has always been the lament of the really great editors of our leading dailies, that the tendency of certain papers was to expose, exaggerate, and feature any form of immorality. It boosts the circulation because a certain class of people literally "eat it up." Now a college paper is attempting to enter that field. It is regrettable that the editors of that college weekly saw fit to feature such conditions, because we feel that it lias given the public a wrong impress...
HELP FIND HIM [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 24 February 1921
HELP FIND HIM Now that the annual snow storm is over, it behooves us to turn to the consideration of Spring and one of its attendant circumstances—the selection of the man who will be President of the Students' Athletic Council next year. He is reposing more or less peacefully somewhere in the Junior Class. There may be two or three of him. The first step is to select good candidates. The final choice for the office will then be easy and satisfactory to all concerned. The man you choose must be levelheaded. His work will be serious. He must be a man of tact and good judgment. He may find himself in a position where the athletic good name of Boston College will depend on these faculties. Finally, he must forget that his position is one of honor and be ever mindful that it is one of responsibility. If you find such a man walking the Junior corridor, you have found the next President of the Student A. A.