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"Invest in education; every dollar helps a scholar." CATHOLIC SCHOOLS TENDER ASSISTANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
"Invest in education; every dollar helps a scholar." CATHOLIC SCHOOLS TENDER ASSISTANCE Every student of Boston College extends heartiest thanks to the Rev. Augusti'ne Hickey, director of diocesan schools, and to the many sisters of the schools of Greater Boston for the assistance rendered the campaign headquarters during the past week. Under the supervision of the sisters Ol a number of schools hundreds of pupils addressed envelopes for circulars to be used to send out campaign literature. This was no small work and saved the campaign committee thousands of dollars. Three educational bulletins to the numbetr of 100,000 on each distribution will be sent out on stated periods during April. This necessitated addressing 300,000 envelopes and inserting of a bulletin in each envelope. This work was graciously contributed by the Catholic schools of Greater Boston. It is co-operation, such as this, that convinces Father Devlin and the members of the campaign committee that the campaign wil...
FULTON LECTURERS AT LAWRENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
FULTON LECTURERS AT LAWRENCE A most enthusiastic audience greeted the Fulton lecturers at Lawrence. The meeting' was arranged by the Lawrence K. of C. Edward Breau, Francis DeCelles. and Eugene Sullivan discussed the Smith-Towner bill. The speakers met with their usual success in scoring an absolute victory for the opponents of the measure. A lively question period followed the lecture during which every detail of the bill was brought out. The assembly was unanimous in passing' resolutions against the bill.
REPUBLIC 01 VENEZUELA HONORS FORMER B. C. MAN President Bustillos Awards Medal to Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S. J. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
REPUBLIC 01 VENEZUELA HONORS FORMER B. C. MAN President Bustillos Awards Medal to Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S. J. The Regent of the Georgetown University Foreign Service School, Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, S. J., of the class of Boston College ex '0 6, has received a testimonial of public gratitude from the Republic of Venezuela. The following lines are taken from "The Hoya," the Georgetown College Weekly, dated March 10: The document conferring the decoration reads as follows: In consideration of the distinguished services of EDMUND A. WALSH, S. J. in the course of Public Instruction The President of the United States of Venezuela confers on him the Medal of Honor created by the decree of February 18, 18 94, to be for him a testimonial of public gratitude. Given at Caracas, the tenth day of November, 19 20, in the one hundred and tenth year of our independence and the sixty-second of the Federation. V. MARQUEZ BUSTILLOS, President. Countersigned by The Minister of Public Instruction by JOSE ...
MAY 3 TO MAY 12 THE HEIGHTS HEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
MAY 3 TO MAY 12 THE HEIGHTS HEARS That the class of '21 has the best baseball team. Are you ready for the question '22. '23. '24? That when you pay for your condition in Greek the drive will only need 31,999,997. That it is time for us to let go for the drive. Everybody up and come through without stint or limit. 'Invest in education: ever" dollar helps a scholar."
BUSINESS CLASS ATTENDS ROUND TABLE SMOKER [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
BUSINESS CLASS ATTENDS ROUND TABLE SMOKER Several members of the class in Business Administration were the guests of the Boston Export Round Table on Friday, March 2 sth, at their smoker held at the Boston City Club. The meeting was addressed by R. S. MacElwee, Director of the United States Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, and by Ansel R. Clarke, formerly Director of the War Trade Board in Boston. Dr. MacElwee outlined the trade conditions throughout the world and answered many questions concerning business opportunities in foreign markets. Mr. Clarke in a very spirited address denied that business was at a standstill —he quoted figures which showed that the export trade was steadily increasing, and showed that ther e was an unlimited market for more trade; in fact he pointed out that business could not decrease because the demand was so great and the supply so small. At the conclusion of the addresses of the evening, Hon. John F. Fitzgerald, former Mayor of Boston, urged th...
BASEBALL PROSPECTS ABE UNUSUALLY BRIGHT Plenty of Batting Material Out— Watch Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
BASEBALL PROSPECTS ABE UNUSUALLY BRIGHT Plenty of Batting Material Out— Watch Them. With the opening of the baseball season only a little more than a week away, Coach Tom McCarthy has his squad in very good shape for so early in the season and consequently should start off like a hurricane. The first game will be with Boston University on April 16. They are stronger this annum and will furnish plenty of competition for the first game of the season. Following close upon this encounter, Captain Jimmy Fitzpatrick and his followers will engage with the strong University of Vermont nine on the afternoon of the holiday, April 19. Jimmy Spillaine, a former B. C. High player, is captain of this outfit while the team also boasts of the fact that it has one of the best college pitchers in the country in "Red" Kibbee. Although our own nine has been practising for over a month, Coach McCarthy has not yet picked a regular lineup and he will not do so until several games have been played. He must...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
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Sports [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
Sports a regular last year, George Dowd, from Somervllie High and an interscholastic choice for that position last year, and Tom Mclntire, former B. C. High second baseman. All three are good and again we say that this position will be stronger than it has been for many a year. At shortstop, there is "Babe" Ormsby, formerly of Georgetown. Ted Palmer. substitute shortstop of the 1920 nine, and Charlie McMorrow, who performed so creditably for the Bayside nine last summer. All three are capable players. Tony Comerford, Frank Morissey and Haggerty are the third basemen who have survived the cuts and are fighting hard to be the guardian of the hot corner. Because Tommy Swan injured his smoulder and then further injured it during the first week of baseball practice, "Gitch" Gormerley is the only other veteran outfielder from last year. However, there are a number of talented players seeking the three berths and here again Coach McCarthy has a task to pick the three best men. Tommy Philli...
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE Why We Need a New Gymnasium. With the rise of our athletic teams, comes the need for new and better equipment and there is nothing that is needed more for the help of the athletic teams on the Heights than a new gymnasium. The Athletic Association in the past few years has been forced to spend thousands of dollars because of the lack of proper training facilities. The football and track squads need the new gym, first, so as to have enough space in which to dress and house equipment, and secondly in order to have a place in which to practise on rainy or snowy days. You cannot expect the track athletes to run on a board track that is wet and slippery or covered with snow or with the temperature flirting with the zero mark. The weight men are others who are severely handicapped. There has been no place where the boys have been able to practise during the winter. Lack of a place to practse was responsible for the loss of most of the basketball games. There is nee...