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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 14 April 1921
Be Correct 3eniors! L W Qressed prepare for Your Qraduation |V! eet F ormer B. C. M en CONNIE O'DOHERTY BILL SHANNON RAY TROWBRIDGE FRANK TREACY AT CROSTON &amp; CARR COMPANY UPSTAIRS AT 87 SUMMER STREET, - - BOSTON Men's, Young Men's Suits, Top-Coats, Gabardines $25.00--$40.00 Dress Suits White Flannels for Graduation SPECIAL RATES TO B. C. STUDENTS yQ*_J^ anm *!t%\ Quality is not merely a matter of \\hCl/7n/jUlln\ '• mone y materials. The best equipped " ph oto g ra P ner cannot at any price produce "■ anything better than he or his employees :; are trained to do, or than his studio is ,„„ „ „ '.'. equipped to produce. The uniform high 161 Tremont Street .. n rr r o Appointments made by '.'. quality of our portraits is the result of Phone Beach 858 '.'. years of training and experience. • a 164 Tremont street » 161 = 164 Tremont Street Appointments made by ;; street Phone Beach 2687 " Special rates extended to all students of Boston College Donovan and Sullivan Engraving C...
INDUSTRIES OF GREATER BOSTON PLEDGE SUPPORT Districts Organize. More Workers Needed. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
INDUSTRIES OF GREATER BOSTON PLEDGE SUPPORT Districts Organize. More Workers Needed. Following upon the success of the dinner of the Women's Division of the Drive Campaign there was a gathering of the representatives of sixty-two Greater Boston industries at the Quincy House, Tuesday, April Twelfth. These men, representing every industry of the city, pledged their support to the Drive. They formed committees, who, during the intensive period, will make a canvass of every business of Greater Boston in an effort to raise subscriptions for the Greater Boston Colleges. In fact, throughout the whole diocese business men have tendered offers of assistance to the General Committee at Headquarters—we are assured of their co-operation. The third step of the week towards the completion of plans was held on Thursday, April Fourteenth when the Parish Chairmen for the Second and Third Divisions dined at the Quincy House, and outlined plans for the Drive in their respective districts. It was the ...
MR. LOUIS K. LIGGETT LECTURES BEFORE CLASS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Predicts Early Return to Normal Business Conditions [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
MR. LOUIS K. LIGGETT LECTURES BEFORE CLASS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Predicts Early Return to Normal Business Conditions On Wednesday, April 13, Mr. Louis K. Liggett, head of the nationally known Drug concern which bears his name, gave an exceedingly interesting as well as instructive lecture on Business Conditions before the Class of Business Administration. Mr. Liggett traced conditions from 1913, the year preceding the war, to the present time. He spoke of the low business condition of the retail trade in the late months of 1913 and the early 1914, of the sudden demand for goods at the out break of the war and the buiiding of vast factories t:- supply the demand. He pointed out that cost was no cbject to the nations at war, —their sole object was to win the war. Unable to supply the increasing demand, raw materiaus, manufactured goods, and labor went soaring. After the war, the demand still grew. Soldiers had to be clothed in citizens' garb; European nations had not yet remedied...
CAMPAIGN SPEAKERS CHOSEN. BOOST DRIVE IN BRIEF TALKS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
CAMPAIGN SPEAKERS CHOSEN. BOOST DRIVE IN BRIEF TALKS On the afternoon of April 13th a meeting of the men who have offered their services as four-minute speakers for the College Drive was held in Junior B. classroom. Mr. -Richard 3. Teeiing, Chairman of Division I, and Mr. Philip L. Mc-G-uire, Director of the Field Organization, explained the importance of having worthwhile college men speak on the signification otf the Drive throughout the various towns and cities of the state. Rev. !?r. Cox, S. J., is instructing the speakers who assembled for their first practice last Thursday afternoon. If. there are any more men who wish to help the college in a very substantial way they can hand their names to Mr. Turnbull of Junior B.
THOUGHTS (?) OF A JUNIOR [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
THOUGHTS (?) OF A JUNIOR By Gosh I romped in fields of clover, I sneered at old inan care And never dreamed that he could cause This silver in my hair. Then childhood fell behind me And harder times I saw, I met those Greek and Latin birds And held them to a draw. But Minor Logic staggered me The Major sure was tough And now that we have struck Ontol, The going's doggone rough. Now maybe you can teli me, 0 yes, I know I'm thick, If every ens est bonum, How can an ens be sic? With substances and essences My intellect is bent, And if I ever pass this year 'Twill be an accident. So when I sit and ponder O'er days of now—and then— Take all your books and learning, Make me a kid again.
JOE TOYE TALKS ON NEWSPAPER WORK [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
JOE TOYE TALKS ON NEWSPAPER WORK The class in journalism has listened to a number of excellent dis courses on the newspaper game but none of them had anything on the nifty little talk that Joe Toye of the Boston Herald gave to the class last Thursday. Joe is one of the cleverest newspaper men in this part of the country and typifies originality in whatever he says or writes. He discussed the newspaper game from various angles and related many anecdotes taken from his personal experiences as a reporter that proved not only amusing but instructive as well. Should Mr. Toye see fit to return to give another talk he can be assured of a more than hearty welcome.
FABRE CLUB GETS TIPS ON HUMAN ANATOMY [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
FABRE CLUB GETS TIPS ON HUMAN ANATOMY Last Thursday afternoon Dr. Thomas A. Scanlan was the guest of the Fabre Club and gave a very valuable talk on '•Human Anatomy."' Dr. Scanlan is a prominent graduate of Boston College, and former professor of Biology when the college was on James Street. The doctor is a member of the staff of St. Elizabeth's hospital and a very successful surgeon of this city. His lecture was attended by the Fabre Club and ■x number of students not connected nuth the society. Dr. Scanlan discussed all the important organs of the body and their functions, and gave a very exact and complete outline of human anatomy with the aid of charts and black-board diagrams. The talk was very interesting and instructive. The doctor evidenced enthusiasm and zeal in his subject. His lecture closed with a few words on the life and duties of a medical man, providing valuable information to the aspiring medical students. The Fabre Club will soon hear another lecture given by Dr. S...
JUNIORS ENTER MARTS OF TRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
JUNIORS ENTER MARTS OF TRADE On last Tuesday afternoon, at the game with University of Vermont, the illustrious class of Junior appeared on the scene with some nifty score cards. The proceeds of the sale of these cards will be given to the Senior class to help defray the expenses of the year book "Sub Turri." At subsequent games the cards will again make their appearance, and it is hoped that everyone will purchase a card to swell the fund for "Sub Turri."
JUNIOR JABBER [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
JUNIOR JABBER The Yowling Seniors have yowled again. They have challenged the philosophizing Juniors to a few fisticuffs on the baseball diamond. The Juniors take this opportunity not only to accept the challenge but to retaliate by offering to meet the Ethicians in pool, golluf, cricket, or parlor rugby. In our modesty all we have to say is that we will bet three conditions to a late slip that we will give the Seniors the worst trouncing that ever was trounced. Wherefore, ye Seniors, oil your limbs well for you will need them running after home runs. Get the old horse hide out and PRACTISE.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
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