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A GREATER BOSTON COLLEGE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
A GREATER BOSTON COLLEGE No dream of a distant future a? tuates the appeal Boston College is making. Its needs are imperative. They are NEEDS of NOW. And their fulfilment NOW is absolutely necessary if Boston College, the only Catholic College in one of the greatest Archdioceses in the country is to fulfil its mission. The good which your gift will accomplish—more enduring than a memorial of brass or marble —will Le reflected in the lives of men long after you have passed to your reward. Put your hest into the Campaign for a Greater Boston College. FIRST OF i\LL be optimistic. It is contagious and productive of results. Be confident of results. Be confident, we will succeed, for we will.
THE HEIGHTS HEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
THE HEIGHTS HEARS The heartiest of support is being accordeu the field directors of the Drive by the pastors and the priests •\nd prominent citizens in the parishes throughout the archdiocese of Boston. On every hand sympathy with the campaign is being expressed and aid is being volunteered &gt;n all sections of the Archdiocese.
DRESS PARADE ON THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
DRESS PARADE ON THE HEIGHTS What is it all about? What is it all for? The little Freshmen were regularly non-plussed. The wisdom of the Sophomores finally failed them. The stately Juniors feigned they were not curious. But they were. The learned Seniors were strutting about the campus last Friday morning, like West Point cadets on dress parade. Big Seniors and little seniors everywhere were twitching and turning their necks incased by the stiffly starched white collar. One little freshman said to another little freshman, "I bet some one's sister is coming out to visit the college today." It was nothing short of that. One sophomore ventured this assertion, "It must be the seniors are doing penance since their retreat." It was all of that. The juniors thought they solved the mystery. "All this Easter finery is to be displayed for the junior members of the Philomatheia." And the seniors kept on strutting. Irving Gregory had a brand new vest. Joe Pate was seen manicuring his nails. Eddi...
THE HEIGHTS HEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
THE HEIGHTS HEARS That "Jake" Driscoll was recently given a gold watch charm by the Chaiiestown K. of C. That THE HEIGHTS staff will have a baesball team. The members are going in training next week. That Jack Ryder is the best and the best liked track coach B. C. ever had. That Wakefield B. C. night will be a big event with B. C. cheers and everything. That everyone is attending Ethics these days. That the Drive is bound to be a great success—THE HEIGHTS is behind it. That the night of May 2nd is going to be SOME NIGHT. That the Arlington Town Hall was almost wrecked last Friday night. That an illustrious member of its staff is now an uncle.
FABRE CLUB TO ANNOUNCE WINNER OF $10 GOLD PIECE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
FABRE CLUB TO ANNOUNCE WINNER OF $10 GOLD PIECE Friday, the 15th, is the day eagerly awaited by all the leading banks of the city, for it is the day on which the winner of the 10 dollar gold piece, offered by the Fabre Club, will he announced. So far, the returns have been coming in like bills at the end of the month. The idea for selecting the lucky name is a novel one. A trained Spirogyra will be let loose into the barrel containing the names of the subscribers, and he will emerge with the name of the successful contestant between his teeth. To frustrate all attempts at bribing the Spirogyra, he will be blindfolded, and all cards smeared with glue so that they might stick to the fur of the animal will be rejected. The winner will be besieged by all the prominent, bankers and brokers throughout the civy, who will try to secure the deposit of tlit cart wheel in their vaults The line will please form on the right.
BATTERY C ANXIOUS TO SECURE NINE MORE B. C. STUDENTS Captain Roquemort Gives First Choice to Boston College Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
BATTERY C ANXIOUS TO SECURE NINE MORE B. C. STUDENTS Captain Roquemort Gives First Choice to Boston College Men. During the past week the following letter was received bj the Editor of THE HEIGHTS: April 8, 1921. Editor of The Heights, Boston College, Boston, Massachusetts. Dear SirI will appreciate your courtesy if you can find it possible to give tMs letfer some space in the next publication of your college paper. When Battery C, Ist Field Arti'.lery, M. N. G., was organized it was hoped by General John Sherbourne that it woula be largely recruited from Boston College and he known as a Boston College Hattcry Your Father O'Brien sanctioned this and ihe result has been that there are quite a number of Boston College men who have joined our outfit, which was fuily recruited about two months ago—in fact, we were over recruited. We have recently receiver an orce-r to transfer a uu" - ber of men to Headquarters Company—no Boston College men will be included in this transfer—and we now h...
MRS. VINCENT P. ROBERTS, PRESSIDENT OF PHILOMATHEIA, ELECTED VICE CHAIRMAN OF DRIVE COMMITTEE Recent Lecture of Philomatheia by Japanese Missionary. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
MRS. VINCENT P. ROBERTS, PRESSIDENT OF PHILOMATHEIA, ELECTED VICE CHAIRMAN OF DRIVE COMMITTEE Recent Lecture of Philomatheia by Japanese Missionary. At the last meeting of the Philomatheia Club in the Assembly Hall, University Heights, Rev. Mark McNeil, S. J., of Baltimore, Md., gave a very interesting lecture on his experience in Japan as a missionary. He spoke of the hardships of the missionary's life in the Orient, the needs of the Japanese, the work already undertaken and the objective aimed at. Mrs. Vincent P. Roberts, President of the Philomatheia Club, and Mrs. Francis Slattery, also of the Philomatheia, have been recently •elected vice chairmen of the Executive Committee of the coming B. C. Drive for $2,000,000. A special table was reserved for members of the Philomatheia Club at the banquet to the women's division of the drive at the Copley Plaza, last Monday evening, April 11th. Miss Agatha Kirby, a reader of note, told the story of Boston College, since its inception to i...
A REFLECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
A REFLECTION The following poem was presented to us in a queer manner. A ragged old man, with his eyes dimmed by his depth of feeling, knocked feebly on the door of THE HEIGHTS, and as the cruel hearted editors paid no attention to such a modest signal, he waited patiently for a long time before he knocked again. At this, the suave Phelix Phrappe opened the door, and admitted the visitor. The following was written in a tearstained sheet of paper. Enough said.
A MOURNFUL DITTY [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
A MOURNFUL DITTY By London Bridges Where are the resolutions made ,Way back in warm September? Have I fulfilled them as I said — I really don't remember. Where are the hours I resolved To spend on math and history? Where are the many themes I wrote? Where are they? That's a mystery. Where are the 90's I received In Latin class and Greek? Where are my credits for the year? Hush! little voice, don't speak. This year I passed in two exams; And have but five conditions. For I'm about to enter life To seek for high positions,
QUINCY B. C. CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
QUINCY B. C. CLUB April 15th is the date set for the Quincy B. C. Club to make its social bow in that fair city. "Eddie" Poy tells us that it will be a social success and congenial "Eddie" is enough in himself to make a good time for anybody. The Quincy Club, on a previous occasion, had a concert by the Boston College Musical Clubs. Judging by the enthusiasm manifested at this affair, the coming social soiree will hold a prominent place on Quincy's social calendar.
B. C. CLUE FORMED AT HYDE PARK [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
B. C. CLUE FORMED AT HYDE PARK A group of the prominent men of Hyde Park met during the last moDth and formed a Boston College club of Hyde Park. Officers were elected and a constitution drawn up and accepted. Hyde Park, recently referred to by one of the lesser lights on THE HEIGHTS staff as a peninsula, had a B. C. club years before many of the present clubs saw the light of day. Long, long ago a club was formed in that well-known and illustrious com. munity but somehow or other it dropped out of existence. However, watch this one.
MY FAVORITE SPORT Joe "Swede" Sullivan [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
MY FAVORITE SPORT Joe "Swede" Sullivan My favorite sport is knocking out high flies with cream puffs. You ha\e no idoa what a pleasant sensation it is to hear the smack of the bat as it meets its rich objective in mid-air with a resounding Skush! T t really is dandy. Whenever any of you younger boys want to make a grand splurge on the field of get the necessary amount of cream puffs, ore large muscular bat and hie forth to said field. Then equit: your fielders with pink shirts and catcher's mitts and send them to the outer gardens where they may gambol on the green. Now, with your weight balanced on both feet, toss r.he cream puff up in the uir, describe a perfect arc and you will immediately exierienre all the thrills which I so thoroughly enjoy. Honestly now, fellows, there is nothing quite like a few afternocns of this sport to keep one as fit as a fiddle.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
Open Saturday Evenings Telephone Connection Henry H. Savage &amp; SONS Musical Instruments Bought, Sold and Exchanged ALSO TO RENT 166 HANOVER STREET BOSTON, MASS. Established 1880 T. G. Buckley Co. FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVERS "PADDED MOTOR VANS" Our Own Fireproof Warehouse Modern Rug Cleaning Dept, Office and Warehouse 690 DUDLEY STREET Phone Columbia 9251