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Page 11 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
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Through the Eagle's Eye [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
Through the Eagle's Eye Chapter K. of C. Meet last Saturday, which race was scheduled to be held for the Catholic College Championship of the East, may not Boston College justly claim the championship relay? We defeated Holy Cross three times during the season and also defeated Notre Dame. In fact our relay team has yet to meet defeat at the hands of any college team this year. Be Carfeful of the Pool Table. Billy says that we must take care of the pool table. Why not? It is a very good table and should not be abused. Also don't be a hog! Remember that there are others who desire to use the table, so don't use it all afternoon. The charge for its use is fifty cents per hour and if we play enough, we will soon have money to buy another one.
BASEBALL SCHEDULE All Games at Alumni Field Unless Otherwise Noted. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
BASEBALL SCHEDULE All Games at Alumni Field Unless Otherwise Noted. April 16 —Boston University. April 19 —University of Vermont. April 2 3 —Providence. April 2 s—University of Maine. April 2 6 —Lehigh. April 2 7—Lafayette. April 30 —Bowdoin. May s—Providence at Providence. May B—Ford8 —Ford ham at New York. May B—Crescent Club of Brooklyn May 11—Colby. May 13 —Norwich. May 14 —Seton Hall. May 17 —Rhode Island State. May 2 o—Middlebury.0—Middlebury. May 21- —Holy Cross at Worcester May 2 s—Yale5 —Yale at New Haven. May 2 7 —Waseda University of Japan. May 2 B—University8—University of Vermont at Burlington. May 3 o—Georgetown. June 3—Springfield. June 4—Connecticut Aggies. June 9—Syracuse. June 11 —Open. June 14—Fordham. June 17—Holy Cross. June 18 —Williams at Williamstown.
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
Students!! Special Inducements!! New Brogues Tan and Black Norwegian Calf. Full double soies to heel. Rawhide strip (extension heel) $10,00 THE PAIR Compare this shoe and one that is being sold elsewhere. You don't have to be a judge to see the difference in quality and workmanship The Henry H. Tuttle Co. 159 TREMONT STREET
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 7 April 1921
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DR. MURPHY LECTURES ON "THE SCIENTIFIC PHYSICIAN" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
DR. MURPHY LECTURES ON "THE SCIENTIFIC PHYSICIAN" Last Thursday evening the Fabre Club listened to a lecture on "The Scientific Physician," given by Dr. Timothy Murphy, an enthusiastic Alumnus of B. C. Dr. Murphy is a professor at Tufts Medical School and a prominent medical man of this city. The lecturer told of the work done by scientists of the various nations throughout the world, and their effects on the science of medicine of today. The work of Louis Pasteur, ''the outstanding figure in the science of the ninetenth century," was discussed admirably by the doctor. Doctor Murphy said with regard to the unselfishness of the physician, that, "In the laboratory, at the bedside, and on the battlefield he made the supreme sacrifice that others might live." The lecture was very interesting and instructive, and the Fabre Club is exceedingly indebted to Dr. Murphy for his interest in the society.
MORGAN RYAN WINS K. OF C. PRIZE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
MORGAN RYAN WINS K. OF C. PRIZE The twenty-five dollar purse given by the Knights of Columbus for the best reading of the "Paul Revere Ride" was awarded to Morgan Ryan of Senior. The competition for this prize was unusually keen. After a series of trials were held, it was declared that the contest was between Morgan Ryan, '21, Henry Elliot Foley, '22, and Richard J. Cusick, '24. A week later a second series of trials was held and the judges decided that Morgan Ryan presented the best interpretation of Longfellow's poem. As a result of winning this prize Mr. Ryan will give the reading before the Knights of Columbus at their banquet to be held in the Copley Plaza on the evening of the ISth of April.
$50,000 Subscribed For Drive at Copley Plaza Enthusiastic Dinner Marks Opening of Work of Women's Committee---Judge Manton Principal Speaker [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
$50,000 Subscribed For Drive at Copley Plaza Enthusiastic Dinner Marks Opening of Work of Women's Committee---Judge Manton Principal Speaker Fifty thousand dollars was raised for Boston College last Monday night at an enthusiastic dinner at the Copley-Plaza which 700 representa tive women of Boston attended. The first $1000 received was a gift from Miss Julia Prendergast in memory of her brother, the late James M Preudergast, a poor Boston boy who died wealthy, after a life of wide public service. Opening of Drive The dinner marked the opening of the work of the women's committee headed by Mrs. Edwin A. Shuman, Mrs. Francis E. Slattery, and Mrs. Vincent P. Roberts, who have agreed to raise $500,000 of the $2,000,000 which the college needs to take care of the phenomenal growth it has experienced in the last few years. Every seat in the grand ball room of the hotel and in the balconies was filled with handsomely gowned worn en when the Rev. William Devlin, president, rose to tell of ...
THE PAULIST CHOIR OF NEW YORK TO SING FOR B. C. DRIVE Will Give Concerts in Symphony Hall April 17th and 19th [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
THE PAULIST CHOIR OF NEW YORK TO SING FOR B. C. DRIVE Will Give Concerts in Symphony Hall April 17th and 19th The most unique body of choristers in the country is going to visit this city on April 17 and 19. The Paulist Choir will appear at Symphony Hall. The Choir is not only a great Liturgical Choir for the services of the Church in a great Basilica in New York City, but it is the most famous virtuoso concert organization of men and boys in this country, and perhaps in the world. Thru the efforts of Rev. Fr. Frederick Mulrey of Maiden the appearance of the Choir in behalf of the drive has been made possible. There will be seventy choristers in the group. Forty of these are small boys, who have been recruited from all parts of the United States, and who live together in the Choir School, at the great Libby Castle in New York City. This Choir oiginally had its headquarters in Chicago, and earned for itself an international reputation while it worked out from the Windy City. The Choi...
PLANS BEING PUSHED FOR SPRING PAGEANT Comedy of Shakespeare to be Feature of Outdoor Event. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
PLANS BEING PUSHED FOR SPRING PAGEANT Comedy of Shakespeare to be Feature of Outdoor Event. Rev. William E. Murphy, S. J., faculty director of the B. C. Dramatic Association, is completing plans for the feature event of Commencement week, the Second Annual "Outdoor Pageant." The feature event of the evening, following the custom established last year, will he a presentation of a Shakespearian comedy. In all prob ability "As You Like It" will be the play selected for the occasion, although if the difficulty of adapting the play proves too great, the "Twelfth Night" may be substituted in its stead. The Glee Club and Band, as well as other features to be announced later, will complete the performance of the Dramatic Association. The pageant of last year will be recalled with pleasure by the many hundreds who attended it. The beauty of the setting, the admirable lighting effects, the picturesque costumes, as well as the finished performance of the players, still lingers in the minds of ...
FATHER STINSON GIVES INTERESTING ILLUSTRATED LECTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
FATHER STINSON GIVES INTERESTING ILLUSTRATED LECTURE An illustrated lecture en Joan ol Arc was gnen Sunday, April 10. by Father Wm, Stinson, S. J., at a meeting held under the auspices ot the Altar Society of St. Mary's Church at Elm Theatre, North Attleboro. leather Stiuson's very inleresting lecture was illustrated In many beautifully colored French slides, which gave added pleasure to the audiep.ee. Several splendid musical numbers completed the program. This lecture will be given again by Father Stinson at Elir.hu rst Academy at Providence. R. 1., on Friday, May 3.
ORATORICAL SPEAKERS SELECTED APRIL 4TH [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
ORATORICAL SPEAKERS SELECTED APRIL 4TH Competitive trials for the annual Oratorical Prize Contest were held in the Assembly Hall, Monday, April fourth. Eight men were selected by the judges to compete for the purse of fifty dollars. The upper classes carried the honors —four Seniors and four Juniors being chosen. The Senior class will be represented by Morgan T. Ryan, Joseph D. Pate, William Cusick, and Eugene J. Sullivan. Charles A. Tucker, John F. Carey, Henry Elliot Foley, and Francis E. Magennis are the Juniors in the contest. We hear that Joe Sullivan was attempting to teach "Fish" Dumas how to hurdle but "Fish" tried to swim over them and as a result is sporting several stripes.