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DOMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
DOMI. Hail '96 ! Happy New Year ! The new physical laboratory will soon be completed. The marvellous mechanism of the eye at present rivets the astonishment of the Class of Physiological Psychology. Rev. Fr. Doonan, S. J., Professor of Philosophy, gave the first of a series of ten lectures on Ethics, on Tuesday, January 7th. Professor : " What is momentum? " Student: "Momentum is the rate of mass-displace-ment." Professor : "For example? " Student: "Suppose I take a railroad-train " Professor: " I guess you will have your hands full." "Viscosity is that .property by which cold molasses can flow." Rev. Fr. Barnum, S. J., gave a second lecture to the students of the college in the College Hall, Thursday, January 9th. Like the previous lecture it was exceedingly interesting and witty. Father Barnum touched particularly upon the peculiarities of the Alaskan language. According to Hume's doctrine of invariable sequence two should always come after one. Although this is not a correct defi...
ALUMNI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
ALUMNI. SINCE the publication of our last number the Christmas ordinations have taken place, bringing joy to many young hearts destined henceforth to labor in the vineyard of the Lord. Among those who received orders for this Archdiocese there were, as usual, many who made their preparatory studies at -Boston College. On Friday, December 20, Archbishop Williams conferred Holy Orders upon the following in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross: priesthood, Revs. Joseph F. Coppinger, Charles J. Galligan, John F. Kelleher, William J. McCarthy, Albert M. Readdy, Charles A. Ullrich and William B. Whalen of the class of '91 ; deaconship, Revs. Daniel J. Carney, Timothy A. Curtin, Michael C. Gilbride, Charles P. Heaney and Mark E. Madden of the class of '92. Two days previous the four minor orders were conferred at the Seminary on Messrs. Timothy J. Woods, '92, James, F. Kelley, Austin D. Malley, Edward F. McLeod, William G. Mullin, William H. O'Connell and John J. Cronin of the class of '93 ; an...
WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
WANTED. A YOUNG physician, who would devote his hie to the Alaskan Mission. If that be too much to expect, then Father Barnum would gladly make arrangements for a doctor, young or old, who has no patients and plenty of patience, lie can have a few years of valuable practice, for a mere song.
CLASS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
CLASS NOTES. CLASS OF '96. The annual banquet was held this year at the Parker House. As this was to be the last class-banquet of '96, no pains were spared to outdo all previous gatherings. The different committees did their work well, and the result of their labors speaks for them. There has been a slight change in the order of time in class. Another moustache is beginning to assert itself, a handsome jet-black one too. The study of ethics has been begun. CLASS OF '97. As in former years, the class gathered around the festive board at the Thorndike for the annual banquet. Despite the fact that but one of our invited guests could be present, we passed another enjoyable evening together. The toasts were responded to by P. S. Cuniff on College Spirit, M. J. Carey 011 Dramatics, and J. PI. Devlin on College Journalism. The President's address was delivered by John T. McEleney, John C. Sweeney composed and read the class poem, Edward J. Kenney gave the Class History and William F. Lyons...
QUICK WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
QUICK WORK. A little rat In terror sat: A crouching cat Eyes little rat. A spring — the rat Within the cat In terror sat. Poor little rat! — G. A. McL. In about a month Cobb, Aldrich &amp; Co. will put a Boston College brand of cigars in the market. We should advise those whose monthly reports are about as low as the temperature ot Alaska to see that the Head Domestic Examiner of these reports be provided with a box. Through the poetic haze and humanizing aroma figures, that to the critical paternal eye may seem below contempt, will loom to satisfactory proportions. The Alumni too should indulge, especially while reading the Domi column. A good smoke gives piquancy to a bad joke.
EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
EXCHANGES. The November number of the Tiltonia?i opens its pages with a prize oration which bears the significant title, " How far should we countenance the Roman Catholic? " Now it is not our custom to encourage religious controversy in our columns, because we feel that in most cases it is so much " sweetness wasted on the desert air." Whether from malice or from ignorance, the person at whom the replv is directed generally seeks refuge in those time-worn slanders which have been repeatedly refuted, and no array of facts or expose of the fallacy of his arguments can force him into a retraction of his statements. The article in question is a strange mixture of fact and fiction. It has no merit either from a literary or from an argumentative point of view. The writer's logic is bad, his knowledge of the government of the Church, as well as its position on the school question in America is a minus quantity. Occasionally an historical truth is thrown in, just to give to the composition...
SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
SOCIETIES. TIIE third preliminary debate of the Fulton Debating Society was held on Friday, December 20, 1S95, when the question, " Resolved, that a Monarchical is better than a Republican form of government," was debated 011 the affirmative by William J. '96, and David G. Supple, '98, and on the negative by Henry M. Brock, '97, and Benjamin F. Teeling, '98. The house voted the merits of the question to the negative, the merits of the debate to the affirmative. The critic was Arthur M. Farrell, '97On Friday, December 13, the question, " Resolved, that Massachusetts should adopt biennial elections," was debated on the affirmative by Richard J. Lane, '97, and Leo F. O'Neil, '97, and on the negative by Francis Cronin, '96, and John T. McEleney, '97. The merits of both question and debate were voted to the negative. Meetings of the society have been suspended during the examinations, and on December 20, the society adjourned until the first Friday in February, when the semi-annual elect...
THE CLASS OF 1900. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
THE CLASS OF 1900. Shall we call it " naughty naught? " Will that abbreviation do? " Naughty ones," what have you thought? Shall we call it " naughty naught?" You, next year, will you be brought To hold yourself as " naughty too? " Shall we call it naughty naught? " Will that abbreviation do? yy
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
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Page 17 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
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Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1896
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