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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
GALASSI a M nS s !!? e COMPANY INCORPORATED Telephones Beach 874, 5726 5 ASH STREET BOSTON Rear of 786 Washington St. Dress Clothes Renting '$K M J Special Rate to B. C. Students READ &amp; WHITE 111 SUMMER STREET - BOSTON Suits, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, etc. Everything the latest Young's Hotel Court Street and Court Square Parker House School and Tremont Streets Hotel Touraine Boylston and Tremont Streets BOSTON J. R. WHIPPLE COMPANY
CONCERT BY NOTED SOLOISTS AT SYMPHONY HALL, MAY 1 Arranged by Campaign Press Committee and College Girls. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
CONCERT BY NOTED SOLOISTS AT SYMPHONY HALL, MAY 1 Arranged by Campaign Press Committee and College Girls. Scores of college girls at Radcliffe, Simmons, Emmanuel and members of St. Cecilia's College Club are co-oper-ating with the campaign press committee to hold a concert at Symphony Hall on Sunday evening, May 1. Miss Alice Neilson has volunteered to give a varied repertoire of songs. Miss Marjorie Church, pianist, has also volunteered. Miss Church is the only American born to graduate from the Royal Imperial Music School of Austria, and is now a soloist with the New York Symphony. In her letter of acceptance she writes: "I have been intending to offer my services for the B. C. drive, and of course, I will not accept anything, not even for expenses. You need every dollar." Mrs. Alvan Fuller, wife of Lieutenant Governor Fuller, and formerly with the Boston Opera Company, will also be on the program. Tickets for this concert are $1, $1.50 and $2.00. Orders may be left with Mr. Josep...
Baseball Team Opens Season Saturday New Faces Will Appear in Lineup---B. U. Hopes to Put Up a Sturdy Battle [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
Baseball Team Opens Season Saturday New Faces Will Appear in Lineup---B. U. Hopes to Put Up a Sturdy Battle Saturday afternoon the crack of the old hickory against the norsehide will be heard on Alumni Field in the opening encounter of this season's baseball campaign. A glance at the schedule will show that the initial contest is with the Boston University nine, and according to the talk circulating about the above institution, the curtain raiser will be no snap in any sense of the word. As far as we can figure the dope the B. U. team and their backers are anxious to wipe out the defeat of the football game of last fall and even though Cambridge Latin beat them in a practice game the other day they still hold that they will rise to the occasion. The/ sure have the utmost confidence in their ball tossers. No matter whether the game is a head line affair or not it is the first chance any of u&amp; have had to lake a gooG look at the team which is going to try to repeat the suc...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
FuFrs! fCollege I Dental School j S Offers to the student who has § v had one year of college train- ? x ing, a four-year course leading 8 5 to the degree of D. M. D. ? Being located in Boston, Tufts ? § College Dental School enjoys 5 5 excellent clinical advantages. 2 g Students in the Dental School 5 g Course have the privilege of 5 $ clinicc at tme Fcrs\the Dental i g Infirmary, Boston City Hospital, 5 5 Massachusetts Homeopathic $ •£ Hospital, Boston Dispensary, c 2 Vernon St. Hospital, and the 5 S Massachusetts Home forFeeble- £ ■g Minded. &lt;; x Tufts Dental School is co- ? 5 educational. ? Registration begins at 0 A. &lt; g M., on June 21, and ends on 5 S September 22, 1921. ? S School session begins Sep- &lt; X tember 22, 1921. 5 ■g For further particulars write i g to F. E. Haskins, M. D., Secre- b 3 418 Huntington Avenue, J § Boston, Mass. J | WILLIAM RICE. D.M.D, Dean [
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
Stars on the Heights lJt^DegiCK~7fj ONE B. C. rooter says that all he asks of the coming "drive" for funds is that it be as successful as a Roderick "drive" through the line in football, or over the fence in baseball. Incidentals, TALBOT'S is making a big -'drive" for B. C. business by offering remarkable values in suits and furnishings. talbotco 395-403 Washington St.
Sports GILDEA SUCCEEDS MCCARTHY AS BASEBALL COACH Former B. C. Captain Sure to Turn Out a Winning Tetm. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
Sports GILDEA SUCCEEDS MCCARTHY AS BASEBALL COACH Former B. C. Captain Sure to Turn Out a Winning Tetm. The Boston College graduate board of athletics Monday night unanimously chose Thomas Gildea, 1918. of Roxbury as coach of the varsity baseball team to succeed Thomas McCarthy, who on Wednesday joined the Brooklyn Dodgers out at Braves Field. Gildea took charge of the B. C. team Tuesday. Gildea is not new to either the plaviug or coaching end of the same at the Heights. He played flour years of baseball for B. C. in the outfield and as a second baseman, and he was captain in 1917 and 1918. Durng the latter year he also coached the team and continued to do so in 1919, in which the team won 2 0 out of 24 games, losing two out of three games with Holy Cross, but winning series with Brown. Dartmouth and Tufts. Last year Gildea played in the outfield for the Syracuse Internationals.
B. C—BUNKER HILL K. OF C FOR BUILDING FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
B. C—BUNKER HILL K. OF C FOR BUILDING FUND Ne:ct Saturday nighl, at the Charlesiown Arruory our basketball five v/ill meet the strong Bunker Hill K. of C. team in a oenefit game for the building fund. Of course our boys have not practised for over a month but they will be able to give a good account of themselves and it will be worth the price of admission to see Luke Lrban on a rampage. In addition there are several of our own boys on the K. of C. five. Art Tierney, in Junior, is one of the stars of that outfit, while John Naughton, a former B. C. athlete is also a member of the Charlestown five. But most important of all, your attendance means the swelling of the building fund and that is a duty which every student of the college snould take pleasure in performing Come one. come al', and 'Ting your friends. Advertise the game.
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE A Tribute to the Nine. "They are as fine a crowd of fellows as I have ever met," declared Tom McCarthy, coach of the baseball team, when we asked him what he had to say before leaving the Heights, "and I am sorry to have to leave them. They were always obedient and I had no trouble with any of them and if they do as well under my successor, you will have a 'crackerjack' nine here on the Heights." McCarthy was sincere in his statement that he was sorry to leave us, but you cannot blame a man for bettering himself. We wish him success in his new position. Our Baseball Coaches Too Good! One of the leading sporting editors of the Boston newspapers "hit the nail on the head" in his column when he declared that Boston College hires coaches who are too good. Not that they are too good for Boston College—nothing is too good for us—but the bigger businesses realize the value of our coaches and can afford to pay them more money. Consequently Boston College has to surfe...
LEO HUGHES RE-ELECTED HOCKEY CAPTAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
LEO HUGHES RE-ELECTED HOCKEY CAPTAIN Although the first election for the hockey captain for next year :esulttd in a tie vote between Leonard Mcrriosey and Leo Hughes, by the vote of Coach Fred Roeque, to whom ihe players left the decision of breaking th deadlock, Leo Hughes was reelected captain of the hockey team. Leo made good this year and ho should have- a bigger year in .1922. THE HEIGHTS wishes him success
FAVORITE SPORTS "Luke" Urban [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
FAVORITE SPORTS "Luke" Urban My favorite sport is chasing butterflies. I like nothing better after a hard clay of study than to get out with my net in Franklin Park and pursue the elusive butterfly. This sport brings all the muscles into play and rquires a keen intellect to distinguish between butterflies and golf balls. My next favorite sport is shewing peanuts ; n the street ears.
OUTDOOR TRACK SEASON BEGINS WITH INTER-CLASS MEET Monday, April 18th, May See New Records by Track Team. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
OUTDOOR TRACK SEASON BEGINS WITH INTER-CLASS MEET Monday, April 18th, May See New Records by Track Team. The outdoor track season will open Monday, April 18th, with the Interclass meet. The flyers have been practising faithfully for the past two weeks and are in good condition. As a result, it will not he surprising to see some new records for the B. C. track team hung up. The fight for first honors will be between the Juniors and Freshmen, as the Sophs and Seniors have few to count in the scoring. Joe Sullivan, Eddie Breau and Dave Mullen are the '21 athletes who should figure in the scoring. The class of 1922 is strongly represented by Captain Jake Driscoll, Jim Caffrey, Eddie Bell, Ray Drugan, Rowlandson, and Jerry Deeley. These six athletes should be able to gather many points. Billy Nolan and Terry McGovern are the only probable point winners for the Sophs, but there may be some others who will show unexpected form. The Freshmen have a very strong group of fliers with Frank Wil...
LETTERS AND SWEATERS AWARDED TO MEMBERS OF HOCKEY AND BASKETBALL TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
LETTERS AND SWEATERS AWARDED TO MEMBERS OF HOCKEY AND BASKETBALL TEAMS At the meeting of the Student Athletic Council, held last week, eight members of the hockey team and nine members of the basketball team were awarded their letters and sweaters. The white sweater with the maroon and gold B. which is awarcied to the basketball players will be presented to Coach Lukie Urban, Captain Jerry Mahoney, Eddie Gallagher, Ben Roderick, Fiddle Morley, Jim Hickey, Tommy Murphy, Bill Melley and Manager Jack Kirby. The following day these men assembled and elected Tommy Murphy, '24, a brilliant forward, to lead the fi\ - e next year. Murphy is a good player and is well liked by his fellow players and students and THE HEIGHT? wishes him a successful year as leader of the 1922 quintet. Hockey sweaters which are black with a maroon and gold B were awarded to Captain Leo Hughes, Frank and Leonard Morrissey, Eddie Garrity, "Ruck" Curry, Benny Healey and Manager Henry Mclnerney.
IT'S A PIPE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
IT'S A PIPE I can't forget you yet old Pal So 111 ild and yet so strong With you no night was weary No day was ever long. I loved to sit with you so uear To stroke your friendly cheek You never strayed from my fond hands Another's clasp to seek. But now the world seems cold and drear Naught's left but fond regrets, For you have gone and I my dear Must now smoke cigarettes.
WHEN STEINS WERE COLD [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
WHEN STEINS WERE COLD In pages of forgotten lore There is a story told, Of youth, of love, and daring deeds, Of warriors brave and bold. There lived a maiden long ago Of wondrous beauty rare, A thousand warriors loved her eyes And locks of golden hair. "A test I'll give my lovers all," The maiden thought one .lay, "To him who brings a priceless gift My love shall I repay." The King announced his daughter's wish The eager lovers swore Each would possess the priceless gift Or else return no more. And when at length a year had passed, A thousand came by torch One night, and gave the priceless gift— A BOTTLE OF OLD SCOTCH! Drytung, Rye University.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
Students!! Special Inducements!! New Brogues Tan and Black Norwegian Calf. Full double soles 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