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New Era in Boston College Athletics Depends on Success of Drive Gymnasium to Be Finest in the Country [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
New Era in Boston College Athletics Depends on Success of Drive Gymnasium to Be Finest in the Country Boston College will have one of the finest and best equipped gymnasiums in the country if the building fund campaign it is to conduct from Tuesday, May 3, to Thursday, May 12, wins success. The gymnasium will be one of the first buildings to be constructed in the proposed expansion campaign and with its erection, a new era in Boston College athletics will be introduced into the life of the college. Standing among the first of the great colleges and universities of the country in many forms of athletics, Boston College is and for long has been with a gymnasium worthy of the name. And yet though the student body has been without the gymnasium facilities with which *o train for the feats and tests of strength and r-kili upt-n the fields of I sport, the tern:.- reiire-er- r in.i, the col-I let;-- in the various ; * ICe tic events have ever been worthy icemen and I have very often been v...
SUCCESS MUST BE OURS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
SUCCESS MUST BE OURS The Boston College Building Campaign for $2,000,000 cannot fail in view of what other cities have accomplished. During the past year SUCCESS has been written across the pages of the following worthy undertakings: — The Diocese of Detroit, with a Catholic, population of 501,000 raised $9,000,000 for a preparatory seminary. The Archdiocese of St. Paul, with a Catholic population of 265,000 raised $5,000,000 for a diocesan seminary. The Archdiocese of Dubuque, with a Catholic population of 111,500 raised $1,300,000 as an endowment for its diocesan seminary. The Diocese of Sioux Falls, with a Catholic population of 26,339, raised $1,000,000 as an endowment for its college. The Diocese of Winona. Minn., with a Catholic population of 65.500 raised over $1,000,000 for St. Mary's College. The Diocese of Buffalo, with a Catholic population of 341,251 raised $1,000,000 for Canisius College. And now the Archdiocese of Boston, with a Catholic population of over 1,000,000 is...
THE POSTER FEATURE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
THE POSTER FEATURE One of the most impressive features ■of the Boston College campaign will be the poster appeal that will be placed in hundreds of conspicuous centres throughout the Archdiocese of Boston. Fifteen artistic designs announcing the purpose of the Boston College drive and containing the psychological elements of a winning appeal, were offered to the campaign committee by the members of the Artist Designers' League of Boston, that has offices at 4 4 Boylston street. From this group of beautiful posters one was chosen as seeming best suited to (lie purposes of the campaign. Adrian I. lorio, president of the league, gratuitously offered these poster designs to the poster committee of the advertising campaign committee. George E. Richards of the Jordan Marsh Company is chairman of the poster committee and F. W. Tully of the R. H. White Company is chairman of the advertising committee.
Executive Committee Boston College Drive Leading Men and Women of Archdiocese Join in Movement to Provide Ample College Facilities [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
Executive Committee Boston College Drive Leading Men and Women of Archdiocese Join in Movement to Provide Ample College Facilities The conduct of the Boston College building fund campaign will be under the direction of an executive committee, which will be aided by a numerous committee of men and by a large group of women, now organized in what is known as the women's division. The officers of the general executive committee include: His Eminence, "William Cardinal O'Connell, honorary chairman; James J. Phelan, active chairman; vice chairmen, William D. Nugent and Mrs. Edwin A. Shuman; treasurer, Henry V. Cunningham; and secretary. Charles A. Birmingham. The membership of the ueneral executive committee ini'luee- the names of men prominent in the business, professional, educational and religious life of the arehdiecese. The names of the committee ere the following: James S. Murphy, president of the Stickney &amp; Poor Company. State street, Boston; Daniel \V. Gurnett of Rich...
WOMEN TO AID Hundreds of Women Enlisted Under Leadership of Mrs. Shaman to Raise $500,000. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
WOMEN TO AID Hundreds of Women Enlisted Under Leadership of Mrs. Shaman to Raise $500,000. Mrs. Edwin A. Shuman. the first president of the Philomat.heia Society and a leader in all the patriotic activities of the war period, is the chairman of the women's division of the Boston College campaign committee. Miss Miriam Finnigan, president of the Ace of Clubs and prominent in social circles, is the secretary of the committee. The women who have volunteered their services in the membership of the executive committee of the women's division are Miss Julia C. Preadergast. 13 5 Bay State Road, Boston: Mrs. C. H. Cronin, 129 Pinckney St.. Boston; Miss Monica Foley. 20 Charlesgate West, Boston; Miss Mary A. Barr, 29 Wallingford Road, Brighton; Mrs. John F. Fitzgerald. 3 9 Wells Ave., Dorchester; Mrs. James M. Curley, 350 Jamaica Way, Jamaica Plain; Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald. 21 Regent Circle. Brookline; Mrs. Paul E. Fitzpatrick. 219 Gardner Road, Brookline; Mrs. James J. Phelan. 11 Chiswic.k Ro...
B. C. CAMPAIGN SLOGANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
B. C. CAMPAIGN SLOGANS. "Boston College will be big enough if your heart is." "Invest in education; every dollar helps a scholar." These are the slogans that will be used by the Boston College campaign committee in its drive for a two million dollar fund with which to construct and equip four new buildings at the Heights.
THE CARDINAL'S APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
THE CARDINAL'S APPEAL Cardinal O'Connell, in his stirring' appeal to the people of the Archdiocese to meet, the expansion needs of Boston College, said: "The success of Boston College will ever redound to the best interests of America, and stand as an insurmountable bulwark against rlr? tide of false ideals and principles which may ever turn towards the shores of our country. I cannot but feel confident that the undertaking will meet with a most generous cooperation, and I am happy to assure you that it has my blessing and my most cordial best wishes."
THE COLLEGE NEEDS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
THE COLLEGE NEEDS Boston College is now overcrowded. At the opening of the present scholastic year, a large number of young men who had hoped to study at Boston College and partake of her good influence and direction were denied this privilege because of want of accommodations and had either to go elsewhere or abandon their temporary plans for education. On account of the small tuition fee there are necessarily many men, who. if denied an education at Boston College, will be unable to take up a college course, as the average tuition lee at other colleges is very much higher. The problem is not one of salaries, •ecause the Jesuits who are in in charge of the college, teach withut salary, nor is it one of the teaching staff, because the Jesuit Order supplies all the professors necessary. It is simply a physical problem of furnishing sufficient class room facMities for the constantly increasing number of students going there. It is a question of providing bare necessities. The $2,000,0...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
Students Plead for a New B. C. TWO MIIXION DOLLARS PINTENMKS May srd to I2th W"&gt; ■ ™ at:':. : li» .■' :j ■ - . - *ft2Jfl «&gt; ■ ■■:■ : f SB *N,,r 1 ,- C "J "HI - I BOSTON COLLET WILL BE MC ENOUGH IF YOUR HEART IS Boston College Poster, to be Displayed in the Five Counties of the' Archdiocese During the Campaign for Funds
Vice-President Coolidge Indorses $2,000,000 Drive [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
Vice-President Coolidge Indorses $2,000,000 Drive The Vice President's Chamber. March Twentieth Washington. Nineteen Hundred Twenty-One To the Public: Like every other institution which ministers to education, Boston College finds that it needs not only for increasing its service but to maintain, unimpaired, the present standard, an addition to its funds which it estimates at two millions dollars. We are just beginning to realize the importance of our higher institutions of learning, not so much for the particular subjects they may teach, as for the general standard of citizenship which they set. It is in accordance with standard of loyalty, and patriotism, and obedience, that the general attitude of all education is fixed. The teaching. ;f our colleges and universities are carried into our preparatory and grade schools. It is not possible to : • ; 'ieals u £ citizenship prevailing there unless that is the sentiment which comes from higher education. This can not be accomplished wit...
ALL PARISHES ORGANIZE TO AID COLLEGE DRIVE Throughout the Archdiocese Pastor and Flock Join to Raise Fund. The Boston College fund campaign committee has reported that [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
ALL PARISHES ORGANIZE TO AID COLLEGE DRIVE Throughout the Archdiocese Pastor and Flock Join to Raise Fund. The Boston College fund campaign committee has reported that the organization of 262 parish teams in the archdiocese of Boston is nearing completion, that 100,000 subscription cards will soon be ready for the campaign workers in the five counties of the archdiocese and that more than 80 per cent of the pastors of the 2 50 churches, alreadj interviewed, have volunteered their organization services. The scheme of organization as carried out by the committee in charge of the campaign covers a field of operation embracing the entire archdiocese of Boston. This territory lias been divided into three great subdivisions, each division in charge of a division chairman. The firs! division comprises Suffolk County, division two, part of Middlesex am 1 Essex counties; while the third division includes the greater part o. Middlesex county with Norfolk and Plymouth counties. Each parish in ...
CLUBS TO AID [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
CLUBS TO AID Mrs. Vincent P. Roberts, president of the Philomatheia Club, has informed the Rev. William Devlin, S. J., president of the college, that every member of the club will give devoted energy to the success of the campaign. Mrs. Francis E. Slattery, president of the League of Catholic Women, has brought to the faculty of the college and the membership of the campaign committee the assurance that every member of her organization will give her support to the campaign. The members of the Young Men's Catholic Association, numbering about 2500 members, has unanimously voted to organize themselves into a permanent club to work in behalf of the needs of Boston College. Scores of fraternal, social and i business organizations throughout Greater Boston and the archdiocese have expressed their interest in the appeal of the college and its campaign and have asked that their cooperation in the campaign be accepted.
"Invest in education; every dollar helps a scholar." J. A. DORSEY HEADS SPEAKERS' BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
"Invest in education; every dollar helps a scholar." J. A. DORSEY HEADS SPEAKERS' BUREAU When James A. Dorsey, Class of '94, and his co-workers ring down the curtain on their speaking tour, there will not be a person in the confines of the archdiocese of Boston that will not know Boston College needs Two Million Dollars. Mr. Dorsey has been chosen by the Campaign Committee to head the speakers' bureau, which will function very shortly throughout the five counties that conrprise the archdiocese. Every meeting from now until the opening of the campaign in May will be addressed by one of the members of the speakers' bureau. This work is in competent hands. A core or more of Boston Alumni besides a number of prominent professional and business men make up the personel of this bureau. Already application has been made by a number of organizations to have a member of the speakers' bureau address the membership. All applications should be addressed to Mr. James A. Dorsey, chairman, Speaker...