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A LAX TRANSLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1896
A LAX TRANSLATION. (Horace, Odes 1., 32.) We are summoned, shell; a lay! a lay! If ever under shaded bowers We whiled away the listless hours Trolling a snatch to grace our play, Whose charm for this and many a year On merry lips may haply live, Awake thy tuneful soul and give New strains to catch the Roman ear. The poet seer of Lesbic Isle First tuned thy soul to harmony. In war his patriot heart beat high; He courted e'er the Muses' smile; When tempest-tossed he moored his ship On sands where late the wild waves roared, His fancy's wing took flight and soared, And music trembled on his lip. He chanted Bacchus, God of wine; He chanted Venus and her pride, The child that flutters at her side; He chanted, too, the Muses nine, And Lycus who for beauty rare Unrivalled stands; whose lustrous eyes Flash out their witchery in surprise From underneath his raven hair. Apollo's grace, thou tuneful shell, Thou grateful guest when Jove on high At feasts drinks in the melody With which thy glow...
SCHEDULE OF BASE BALL TEAM FOR 1896. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1896
SCHEDULE OF BASE BALL TEAM FOR 1896. April 25. Andover at Andover. May 2. Exeter at Exeter. May 6. Tufts at College Hill. May 9. Bowdoin at Brunswick. May 14. Holy Cross at Boston. May 16. Newton A. A. at Newton. May 23. Boston University at Boston. May 27. Open. May 30. Open. June .3. Open. June 6. Worcester Polytechnic Institute at Worcester. June 13. Holy Cross at Worcester. TEACHER : Willie, what is the difference between the North and South Pole ? PUPIL : All the difference in the world, Sir. We are indebted to the Boston Daily Jour?i(il for the cut of Mr. Roche on our first page.
EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1896
EXCHANGES. CERTAIN college journals publish from time to time a letter from some correspondent or other, who claims that his favorite paper is " out of sight " in one direction, while the rest of college publications are " out of sight" in the other. They have not yet turned the bend ; th v are simply not in the race at all. Now when a correspondent can speak thus of the Dial , the Purple, the Notre Dame Scholastic, the Owl, the Mountaineer , the Ford/tarn Monthly, the Georgetown Journal, the Niagara Index, and others, it is hard for us to believe that he weighs his words, or means what he says ; the best and kindest explanation is that he does not know what he is talking about- That college journals should publish such nonsense, betrays not only a lack of modesty, but even a want of truth and common sense. If they find it necessary to sound their own praise, let them do so in such away as not to reflect, at least directly, on their betters. The April number of the Little Messenger ...
CLASS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1896
CLASS NOTES. CLASS OF '96. It is now generally conceded that the class will wear the cap and gown at Commencement. This is a good step in the right direction, and the seniors confidently expect that their successors will follow out more fully their example. CLASS OF '97- The Athletic Society made no mistake when they elected Hugh McDermod to be base-ball Manager, as results have proven. On April 14, the Academy met for an extremely interesting meeting. Ceo F. O'Neil contributed a thoughtful article 011 "The Blessings of Tranquility." John T. McEleney's essay on Tacitus was scholarly and interesting. Dennis W. Brown and Albert C. Mullin were the orators of the meeting. CLASS OF '9B. Did you see '9B win the team-race? There are a number of embryo Homers and Horaces in the class whose devotion to the Muses is very remarkable, as is also their talent. CLASS OF '99. By reason of Manager Murray's exertions '99 will put a first-rate team in the field this year. The first game is at Somervi...
TICKETS FOR MARCH, ’96. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1896
TICKETS FOR MARCH, ’96. PHILOSOPHY. Stephen A. Bergin, David D. Leahy, Henry M. Lyons, Louis J. Potts, James P. Warren. PHYSICS. Simon F. Cox. RHETORIC. Leo F. O'Neil, John F. McEleney, Henry M. Brock, James H. Devlin, Dennis W. Brown. HUMANITIES. David G. Supple, George A. McLaughlin, Timothy J. Ahern. FIRST GRAMMAR. Eugene J. Feeley, John J. Sheehan, Joseph L. Powers, John B. Doyle. SECOND GRAMMAR A. John F. Walsh, William B. Finigan, Cornelius A. Murphy, Ambrose A. Dore. SECOND GRAMMAR B. Jones J. Corrigan, David C. Coleman, Thomas F. McGuire, Herbert C. French. THIRD GRAMMAR A. William H. Dee, Patrick J. McCarthy, John J. Cowhig, Edward J. Joyce. THIRD GRAMMAR B. Joseph P. Lynch, Augustus L. Sullivan, Jeremiah F. Hartigan, William J. Rich. FIRST RUDIMENTS A. James H. Breen, Henry A. Callahan, Felix F. Carroll, Vincent J. Fitzpatrick, Arthur P. Martin, Maurice S. Fitzgerald. FIRST RUDIMENTS B. Edward J. Fegan, Thomas J. Burke, James J. McMorrow, James E. McCarty, John A. Lynch. S...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1896
College Celt Books - Catboltc Books AXI) RBUGIOUS ARTICBBS MAY BE FOtTRD IN GREAT VARIETY AT Williams' Catholic Bookstore 1386 WASIII.\(IT( &gt;:V SOT. .*=3=3™- — PRICBS THE) LOWEST. J. G. FOLEY, COUNSELLOR AT LAW 2389 Washington St., and 16 Pemberton Square, Room 9, Room 4, BOSTON. SHIRLEY SMITH, Wigs . and ♦ Costumes, 19 Tremont Row, Boston, Mass. L. G. BURNHAM &amp; GO., Coal .*. Dealers, 86 STATE ST., BOSTON. Wharves and Branch Offices: 144 Charles St. and Swett St. (Junct. oi Hassachusetts Ave.,) BOSTON. Mt. Washington Ave. and Granite St., 221 Bridge St., SO. BOSTON. EAST CAMBRIDGE. JOHN I&gt;. DRUM, ATTORNEY-M-UW, 60 lPemberton Square, - Boston. P. KBLIvY, CATERER, Weddings, Balls and Receptions a Specialty. 39 AND 41 CHARLES ST., BOSTON. CARL J. HORNER, 11 WIXTER ST., BOSTON. Glass Photographer TO St. John's Seminary, Brighton; B. U. College; , Liberal Arts '96; Tufts '96; E. H. S. '96; Girls' High '96; Maiden High '96; and C. M. F. S. '96. Special Ra...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1896
The Warble wi Enamel Mosaic Go. 65 BEVERLY ST., BOSTON AND 235 WEST 29th STREET, NEW YORK, ARE THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE UNITED STATES OF Roman MOSAIC Venetian Granitto PAVEMENTS Terrazzo ® ❖ © Estimates, Designs and References Cheerfully Furnished. ATKINS, 159 Court Street, Boston. FREES &amp; HOLLAND, Photographers. CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER OF '96. 611 WASHINGTON STREET. CHAS. H. STEVENS, Fash ioii.ible Shoes, 668 Dudley Street, Opposite Hagnolia, ROXBURY.
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1896
Summer Outing. Blue Flannel and Serge Suits, $l2. 15, 20, 22, 25, 28, 30. Blue Flannel and Serge Coats and Vests, ; . $9,12,16,17.20,22,23. Duck Trousers, $l, 1.50, 2 2.50, 3, *4. Bicycle Suits, $B, 10, 12, 15. Golf Suits, $lO, 12. 15, 18. Tennis Suits, $B, 10, 12, 15. Bicycle and Tennis Shirts, $l, 2, 2.50, 3. 3.50, 5. Bicycle and Tennis Belts, 50c, 75c, $l. Bicycle and Tennis Caps, $l, 1.25, 1.50. Bicycle and Tennis Shoes, 75c, $l, 1.25, 1.50, 2, 3. WASHINGTON AND SUMMER STREETS « W. J. SIMKINS, Watchmaker, Jeweler and 581 Dud,e y Street, r'HI ® etween owar( ' and Brook Aves. ifl'9 O lij,: Thanks his patrons fortheir IA/XT / j past favors and hopes by C n attention to business A iil orders promptly attended Trench Hall and Chime Clocks Repaired and Warranted. DOOTS AND SHOES ** 1295 Washington Street, Continental Block. [Tear Waltham St. DEAR SIR : I take pleasure in announcing to you that I have opened at the above ad&lt; ess a first-class store with a full line of Boots ...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1896
BEST SS.OO derby made ChamberlaiJsiconsfleld. 663 Washington Street. THREE DOOKS SOUTH OF BEACH ST. BOSTON. The Photographing of Clubs, Socioties, College and Schools is a Sp-- ■ : cialty with us, and we give Low- n » est Prices, consistent with l\ \Vj /l\ ABSOLUTELY VJ First-class IW *«• my * West Street Our Carbon Finish Pictures Are without a rival in this country. Special rates to members of the College. That Tired Feeling Is not experienced when you ride the BMIIS TIBE ON YOUR ..'96 MOUNT.. IT IS THE FASTEST, EASIEST RIDING AND HARDEST TO FUNCTCTRE; REPAIRABLE BY ANYONE. Your Local Dealer can Supply Them. ♦♦♦♦ THE NEWTON RUBBER WORKS, Newton Upper Falls, Mass. THOMAS A. JENNINGS, - PUBLISHER AliP dbVERTISER, 32 Ibttmpbregs Street, - Sorcbester. Orders Received for DONAHOE'S MAGAZINE.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1896
PHILIP J. FARLEY, MJOHY AND COUNSELLOR ftl LAW, 11 BARRISTER'S HALL, CORNER HERRinACK and CENTRAL STREETS, LOWELL, MASS. J. H. H. McNAMEE, Old Cambridge, - - Mass. BOOKBINDER. Binds all kinds of flagazines, and books taken in parts, and rebinds old books. School, Church and Public Libraries reno= vated. SIEiTVID US A POSTAU. The Ribbon Store / N 5 temple place BOSTOJV. FERNEKEES. fiat*vey Blunt, Confectioner ias Caterer, 715 Tremont Street, BOSTON. ® ® ® Between Rutland and Concord Squares. MARTIN SCANLON, ~ Wholesale and Retail Dealer in i FOREIGN dND DOMESTIC i FRUITS dND VEGETABLES. Also Poultry in Season. No. 26 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, Mass.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1896
M. J. WELCH, FISH AND OYSTERS 52 CHARLES ST., BOSTON. Blue Point and Cape Oysters opened at residences. TELEPHONE, 1374, Haymarket Connected by Telephone. » JOHN J. CUDDIHY, North River Flagging Stone . . And Blue Stone. . . OFFICES. 562 Albany St., opp, E. Dedham. Mechanics' Exchange, 17 Otis St. Master Builders' Ass'n, 166 Devonshire St. Boston, Mass. Wharf, 562 Albany Street. D. A. BOONE. C. W. BELT. DANIEL J. BOONE J CO. Sltar Mines, 112 East German Street, .. . BALTIMORE, MD. I Boston A College NEW Cigars. BRAND i II COBB, ALDRICH &amp; CO., , . A 722-732 Washington Street, BOSTON. CHAS. S. FLANDERS, Prop. C. E. CHILDS, Man. Sorrento BiUtarfc Iball, 1757 WASHINGTON ST. Choice Line of Cigars. First-class in every Respect. Patronage of the Public Respectfully Solicited.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1896
The Continental nwfiiy Announces the best Variety of Straw Hats in Boston Now Ready. JSee Our Popular Stiff Hat, Style 1515. jColors, Black, Hazel and London Brown. Has all the characteristics of a $3 Hat and costs but $2. Corner Washington and Boyiston Streets. : —I Special attention called to our Leading Brands of Cigars. Sanford Cafe 1511 Washington St., Betwein W. Canton and W. Brookline Sts. BOSTON, MASS. Everything First-Class. A. W. FISHER, Proprietor. TIMOTHY WILFRED COAKIiEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 15 PEMBERTON SQ., Rooms G &amp; 7. BOSTON, MASS.
THE QUEEN OF MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1896
THE QUEEN OF MAY. The fairest month of all the year is May; The time when Nature, garlanded with flowers And robed in richest green, unstinted showers Her wealth of beauty o'er the lengthening day; When rippling streams pursue their devious way, And trickle in and out of leafy bowers To dance away in song the dreamy hours, As merry lambkins on their margin play. 'Tis meet- the fairest child of fallen man Should have the fairest month throughout the year. A wintry chill o'er all our manhood ran, And frosted hopes lay manifold and sere. With Mary,. Queen of May, our hopes began To bloom, and Countless beauties re-appear. FRANCIS J. CARNEY, '9B.
CARDINAL NEWMAN AS A PREACHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1896
CARDINAL NEWMAN AS A PREACHER. LET us go back in thought to the Church of St. Mary's, Oxford, 011 a Sunday morning some few years before the middle of the present century. It is a time of great doubt and anxiety, of discussion and discord in the Church of England. Anglicans have awakened from the state of religious stagnation into which they had drifted, and they find in their midst a strong movement at work, which shakes their ecclesiastical system to its very foundations. Changes are in progress within the Anglican communion, made by a few noble minds to whom the existing state of affairs is unbearable. All England is aroused. Every word they utter is caught by eager ears. The leader of this movement, which ended with such fruitful results for Holy Church, is to speak. Let us enter with the numerous gathering. The preacher has already a widespread reputation. But as he appears in the pulpit, he does not impress us favorably. He is small and slightly built. His face is sharp, with ...
COULD ARBITRATION BE MADE A SUBSTITUTE FOR WAR? [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1896
COULD ARBITRATION BE MADE A SUBSTITUTE FOR WAR? MR. CHAIRMAN, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN : FORCE has always been recognized as justifiable in all cases involving the self-preservation of the individual. What is true of individuals in this respect is still more true of nations. From time immemorial force has been used in the dealings of nation with nation, and it is only in our day that this fact is denied. A new Gospel is beginning to be preached ; its apostles assure a universal peace for the whole world, maintained by a court of arbitration. Indeed they promise more than did the angels. The heavenly spirits sang of " Peace on earth to men of good-will; " but the advocates of this system are so infatuated with their theory that they suppose good-will to be already established in the family of nations. I maintain, that their theory is idealistic and impracticable, and that arbitration will not and cannot serve as a substitute for war in certain of the vexed questions that are bound to ari...
TINTORETTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1896
TINTORETTA. She was leading her steed to water, A black-eyed Bohemian daughter, And her lord, the chieftain who brought her From the Land of the Sun stood by; A willowy gypsy slender, But no queen hath the grace nor splendor Of her face nor the beauty tender Of her beaming, gleaming eye. O, her beauty of olivaster Made my pulsatile heart beat faster: And the faces of all who passed her, Looked back at the dusky pearl; For the beautiful calice-bearer Of the Thunderer was not fairer Nor had coloring richer, rarer, Than this dark Egyptian girl! Her lips of carroon, and her wimple With its gold galloon, and her simple Attire of maroon with the rimple Of her lustreless blue-black hair, And the lace on her cap, the splendor Of her face in its innocence tender And her grace, all combined to render The maid bewitchingly fair. A girl from the land of fair flowers, A girl from the land of the showers, Of the mocking-birds and the bowers, With the crimson haws and hips, She bore in her heart i...