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BEAUTY CONTEST EXCITES GREAT ENTHUSIASM Judges Unable to Reach a Decision [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
BEAUTY CONTEST EXCITES GREAT ENTHUSIASM Judges Unable to Reach a Decision The Grand and Glorious Beauty Contest of THE HEIGHTS opened with a bang last Thursday and when the Contest closed at noon on Monday the honorable judges were confronted with a regular art gallery of budding Apollos. The three judges have been working diligently since Monday noon in an attempt to select the five prettiest youths in the lot, but up to the time we went to press they bad agreed to disagree. Bosco seems to think that a fellow in Senior (whose name we will not mention just at present) is entitled to first prize, but Phelix Phrappe has ideas of his own regarding beauty and considers Bosco's choice a tough one. Phelix has picked two gentlemen from Junior B. as his prize lookers, while the mysterious author of "JOE DONG" con see only a fellow from Junior A. The photographs submitted for the test are numerous and varied. Some are good and some are good and well you know what we mean. One Sophomore evide...
STRENGTHENING OF FOREIGN MARKETS WILL HELP BUSINESS Mr. Hickey of Gillette Safety Razor Co., Addresses Class of Business Administration [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
STRENGTHENING OF FOREIGN MARKETS WILL HELP BUSINESS Mr. Hickey of Gillette Safety Razor Co., Addresses Class of Business Administration In the opinion of Mr. Hickey of the Gillette Safety Razor Co., times will not be normal in America until the buying power of our foreign customers has attained the place it held before the war. In his talk to the Class of Business Administration, he emphasized the importance of salesmanship in modern business, saying that the difficulties which are commonly met in this department are far greater than any that may be found in the producing end. Mr. Hickey spoke in passing of the Japanese. He characterized them as a tricky people who imitated the form of American goods very closely but who turned out articles of far inferior quality. He scoffed at the idea of war with Japan.
BUS. ADM. TO BE REPRESENTED AT SMOKER [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
BUS. ADM. TO BE REPRESENTED AT SMOKER Speeches, smokes and miscellaneous advice will be absorbed by the twenty Seniors who represent the Business Adminstration class at the smoker of the Boston Export Round Table to be held Friday, March 25th at the City Club. Our embryo Captains of Industry will have an opportunity to meet the representatives of other colleges and to discuss questions of mutual interest.
"THE PRUDE" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
"THE PRUDE" I loathe that chap, however dumb, Whose only cry is just "How come?" He seems to get a deal of fun From that ever ready, dreary pun. Instead of "says" he uses "chirps," Or "a wicked line" or else he "quirps;" A true collegiate? "1 don't think," So attired, he'd make a blind bat wink. And then you have that uplifting "duck." When flunked, he says. "You're out o' luck:" A little slang is now and then Relished by the best of men. But why this never ending strain That meets our ears on car and train ? Let's bring a stop to terms like these To use the words of Demosthenes. F. T. M. '22.
"SIZE" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
"SIZE" (sighs 8) I could tell you the tale of wonderful dreams. Were I but a drinking man. I could tell—but Ah! how red my nose beams And how hard do I find it to stand! (sighs 8%) There can be no fun where grapejuice flows. However blatant the band. And you never can find, for the gin mills are closed, An oasis of beer in the land. Abie C.
DORCHESTER B. C. CLUB ELECTS THOS. M. FOLEY, '22. PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
DORCHESTER B. C. CLUB ELECTS THOS. M. FOLEY, '22. PRESIDENT The Dorchester B. C. Club held its first meeting of the present year in the Fulton room on Thursday last. Officers were elected as follows: President, Thomas M. Foley. '22; Vice-president. Charles A. Tucker. '2 2; Secretary. Gerald F. Coughlin, '23; Treasurer. James J. Median. '2 2. It was voted unanimously to appoint the president and vicepresident official representatives of the club in the work of the coming drive and in the organization of the new Central B. C. Club. In the past the Dorchester Club was controlled entirely by the Alumni but it was decided that it would operate better if the active officers were chosen from the undergraduate body. Consequently the old officers have been retained as honorary officers. With such active B. C. boosters in the roll of officers great things are expected from the revival of this club, one of the largest of the local clubs. Already plans are under way for an entertainment and whi...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
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HOMEWARD BOUND [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
HOMEWARD BOUND By Phelix Phrappe 'Twas a wintry day and the mercury was an inch and a half below the price of a clay pipe. The wind was whistling "Margie," and Mother Earth was tucked away in her comforter of snow. (Apologies to Apud Poetas.) "Ja Da, Ja Da," rang the chimes and the gloveless hands of the Tower Clock registered four gongs. A lone figure emerged from the portals of our beautiful edifice and hurried down the drive. It was Angus Flounder, a freshman, laden with books and overshoes. Angus was assembling in the Assembly Hall or maybe Rotunding. However, he was late for his errands and had to make speed. Down the line he plodded shaking the footprints from his trusty gums, and cheering himself now and then by reciting one of Horace's Satires. Reaching Commonwealth, he discovered the walk wasn't. So he had to use the street and chose the right side. A machine whizzed by and burned the heel of his overshoe. A big limo almost imprinted a Goodyear Tread on his back. He moved a...
MARQUETTE DEBATERS DISCUSS SMITH-TOWNER BILL Defenders of the Bill Present Subtle Arguments [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
MARQUETTE DEBATERS DISCUSS SMITH-TOWNER BILL Defenders of the Bill Present Subtle Arguments Judge Towner should have been present last Friday to hear the merits of his bill extolled to the skies by Messrs. Bernard Loftus and Eugene Lynch of the Marquette. Argument after argument in opposition to the bill was shattered by the able proponents of the measure. Messrs. James Akins and Richard Donovan were quickly and effectively routed by the negative who seemed to have won the confidence of their audience. The question read: "Resolved—That the Smith-Towner Bill should be defeated. The affirmatives polled sixteen votes to the negative's twentyseven, which is to be considered no mean victory in view of the nature of the audience addressed. Mr. Akins, opening for the affirmative, weakened his side by limiting his arguments to opposition to the bill on the grounds of unconstitutionality and the financial expenditure necessitated by it. He attacked the bill as too expensive, showing that $10...
Sports HOLY CROSS WINS 28—26 VICTORY IN FIRST GAME Lose the First Game 28 to 26 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
Sports HOLY CROSS WINS 28—26 VICTORY IN FIRST GAME Lose the First Game 28 to 26 The first game of the three game series which is now under way with Holy Cross is a matter of history. You were all there no doubt and know how it happened, how the team came up from the rear in the last few minutes of play and tied the game and how the ever lively Chick Gagnon caged the deciding shot when the time had almost expired. This in brief is the story of the game. It was an exciting contest while it lasted and had the five played all through the game as they did in the final few minutes the result would certainly have been on the other side of the fence. Gagnon was the outstanding star of the game with our own Luke Urban a very close second. Urban would stand out in greater prominence but the sole purpose of Walsh in the game seemed to be to cover Luke and to block him at every turn. Despite this fact Louis did most of the scoring for the team and missed very few free tries. Four personal fouls...
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE Why B. C. Did Not Meet Fordham In Hockey Several people have asked us why we did not play a hockey series with Fordham. The truth of the matter is that the Bronx College could not offer a satisfactory guarantee to bring the Maroon and Gold to New York, and the manager of the Boston Arena did not see his way clear to give Fordham the guarantee that they exacted for games with Boston College and Harvard. Hockey Season a Huge Success As has been the experience of all our athletic teams this year, the hockey team has finished a very successful season. It has been the most gratifying season in the history of the college. Only one defeat was meted out by opposing college puck chasers while the Maroon and Gold came out on top five times. Tech was the only college team to defeat us while we counted twice against them thus establishing our superiority over the Engineers. To Coach Rocque goes the credit for turning out this first class combination and we sincerely hope...
NATIONAL A, A. U. CHAMPIONSHIPS WILL CLOSE INDOOR SEASON Coach Ryder Trying to Develop Caffrey as Miler [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 March 1921
NATIONAL A, A. U. CHAMPIONSHIPS WILL CLOSE INDOOR SEASON Coach Ryder Trying to Develop Caffrey as Miler The indoor track season will officially close on March 19 with the National A. A. U. championships. Boston College will send seven of her stars to this meet in addition to Joe Sullivan who is being entered by the New England A. A. U. The big Swede as present holds titles in every hurdle event from the 45's to the 440's. He is N. E. A. A. U. 4 5 yds. high hurdle king. New England and Eastern Intercollegiate 120 yds. high hurdle champion, Eastern Intercollegiate 220 yds. low hurdle title holder, and Junior National 440 yds. high hurdle champ. Joe has "the goods" and should perform creditably in the National Championships. Captain Jake Driscoll has been entered in the 600 yds. run and although he will meet with strong opposition, we look forward to welcoming him home as National champ. The "600" is Jake's distance, for which distance he was picked as All American champ and over which...