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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

PHILIP J. FARLEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law 1 1 BARRISTER'S HALL, CORNER MERRIMACK and CENTRAL STREETS, LOWELL, MASS. CHAS. S. FLANDERS, Prop. C. E. CHILDS, Man. * Sorrento Billiard Hall, 1777 WASHINGTON ST. CHOICE I-,IX T IJ OK CIGARS, First-Class in Every Respect. Patronage of the Public Respectfully SolicitedESTABLISHED 1870. M. F. STINSON & CO., manufacturers MflQ 1/ V Imported and and Dealers in UUII l\ O machine Cut. ALSO SEINE CORKS. 86 COMMERCIAL ST., - BOSTON. TELEPHONE, <.SS.' GREENE'S BUTTER STORE, 1361 Washington St. O'J 4/ N THE Best $3.00 DERBY MADE. OUR BUTTON FREE TO ALL. 663 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

ii. ran i co. Carpets, IRu$S, ejt floats, etc. 558,560 and 562 Washington Street, Opposite Adams House, BOSTON, MASS. | 111 ENGLAND'S LARGEST GARPET HOUSE. D. A. BOONE. C. W. BELT. DANIEL A. BOONE X GO. IBltar Mines, 112 East German Street, .. . BALTIMORE, MD. Shirley Smith, Wigs and Costumes, 19 TREMONT ROW, BOSTON, MASS. I RESTAURANT FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN No. 1569 Washington St., BOSTON. JAMES A. LENEHAN.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

The Photographing of Clubs, Societies, Colleges and Schools is ;i Specialty with us, and we give Lowest Prices, consistent with ABSOLUTELY First-class Work. 2 West Street Our Carbon Finish Pictures Are without a rival in this country*. Special rates to members of the College. Special attention called to our Leading Brands of Cigars. Sanford Cafe 1511 Washington St., Between W. Canton and W. Brooktine Sts BOSTON, MASS. Everything First-Class. A. W. FISHER, Proprietor. TIMOTHY WILFRED GOAKLEY, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 15 PEMBERTON SQ., Rooms 6& 7. BOSTON, MASS. ATKINS Ibatter, ISO Court {Street.

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A PRIZE OF TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

A PRIZE OF TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS. Mr. Philip J. Farley, 'B4, offers a prize of twenty-five dollars for the best competition essay printed in this paper. The attention of all competitors is called to the following points : 1. The subject is left to the judgment of the writer. 2. The essay must not exceed fifteen hundred words, i. e., about five pages of foolscap. 3. The judges will be three of the Alumni. 4 The papers will be judged (a) according to literary excellence, and (b) originality of treatment. 5. Each one may compete as often as he chooses. 6. The competition will close May 1, 1897. 7. Writers competing should mark their essays " Competition Essays." 8. The writer must sign an assumed name, and send the same with his own to the Director of the Editorial Staff. 9. We look for excellence, not quantity. Mr. Philip J. Farley, 'B4, Rev. Patrick J. Supple, D. D., 'B5, and Mr. Hugh J. Molloy, 'B4, have kindly consented to act as judges.

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LETTER FROM A STRAY MEMBER OF THE CHINESE DELEGATION TO HIS FATHER IN HONG KONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

LETTER FROM A STRAY MEMBER OF THE CHINESE DELEGATION TO HIS FATHER IN HONG KONG. MOST VENERABLE AND ILLUSTRIOUS OF PARENTS : Since my last communication with you, I have encountered numberless strange experiences and hair-raising dangers. (You will doubtless observe some trifling discrepancies in my Chinese, which are due to the influence of my barbaric surroundings.) The voyage to these shores was safely accomplished, and has been one of the most memorable incidents of 1113- life, rich with many deeply-felt impressions. To convince one of one's own insignificance in comparison wflth the forces of nature, nothing is so effective as a heavy sea beyond sight of land. For several days after our departure from England, the majority of the passengers were so overcome by the grandeur of the elements, that they either rolled helplessly about the deck or hung limp and awe-struek across the bulwarks, out of sheer inability to express their feelings. Upon reaching the landing at a place calle...

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TWO DAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

TWO DAYS The skies hang low in the dark'ning west, And the howling wind rides free; And a whisper of death is heard in the blast, While the storm-king laughs in his glee. But my happy heart and its youthful hopes Care naught for the wind's refrain; For my gallant ship defies the threats Of the raging, roaring main. A halcyon day and a cloudless sky, And a glassy, sunlit sea; With hovering gulls that circle and dip —- But hope seems dead to me. On the peaceful waters never a wave, On the blue sky never a frown; Yet my breaking heart in its lone despair With its faithless ship goes down. I. B.

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THE BATTLE OF THE BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

THE BATTLE OF THE BOOKS. It was one of those delightful evenings in April, as Jack Morris sat before a large, handsome, mahogany table, 011 which lay his school books. The red shaded lamp 011 the table cast a ruddy glow over Jack, as he sat there looking dejectedly at his books. His was a handsome and a noble face ; there was a red glow on his cheeks, his blue eyes shone brightly, and his thick dark hair curled gracefully 011 his broad forehead. He had caught what was called the " Spring Fever; " for all that afternoon he had been playing base-ball and playing hard, but fortune was adverse to him, and he had the disappointment to see his nine defeated. And when he came home he found that he had not studied his lessons, and there he sat tired, disappointed and dejected. All of a sudden his books rose up and began walking around the table. The unwritten Latin Theme went over to the Ink Bottle and said something about it neglecting its duty. But the Ink replied, in a calm tone, that it...

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A HUMILIATING THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

A HUMILIATING THOUGHT. The gorgeous birds that flit o'er summer lawn; The countless wings that flash against the sun; The million grigs that hum when day is done And vocalize the night from eve to dawn; The fearless pard no less than timid fawn; The nameless things that burrow, crawl or run Of all these creatures not a single one Is for an instant from its end withdrawn. But man, the crowning work of God on earth, Who's free in will and dowered with thinking brain, Who's little less than angels at his birth, Whose end it is to serve his God and reign, lie mocks his Maker's will for sinful mirth, And shameless stands a fair work's only stain.

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ON FRIENDSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

ON FRIENDSHIP. IN the days of long ago when Latin and Greek were known to us only by name, the teacher at school was accustomed to read to us selections from different authors. Upon the afternoon appointed for reading all studies were laid aside, and we waited in eager anticipation of the pleasures to come ; or rather, I should say, some of us waited, for a few, who were the bane of the teacher's life, seized the opportunity to play sundry sly tricks upon their neighbors and to throw, with lightning-like rapidity, the paper wads peculiar to the warfare of the small boy. But one da}- the story of Nisus and Euryalus was read. During the introduction the boys, as usual, prepared to play the customary school-boy tricks upon one another, and the presence of the spirit of mischief would have been made known to a practical observer by many suspicious circumstances ; but, as the story proceeded and the boys understood its drift, the restlessness of the usually inattentive ones vanished. Not...

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THE JESUIT SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

THE JESUIT SYSTEM OF EDUCATION. The educational system of Boston College is substantially that of all other Colleges of the Society of Jesus. Since the publication of the Monumenta Pcdagogica Germanics by the German government, and the Great Educators' Series, by Scribner's Sons, those who are desirous of making either a scientific or historical study of that system have abundant sources of information. To these publications are referred readers interested in studying the detailed working of the system and the practical method of applying its principles as elaborated in the Ratio Studiorum. The subjoined brief outline of the underlying principles of the system, the dominant features of its method, and the object aimed at by its teaching will give a general idea of its purpose. Education is understood by the Fathers of the Society, in its completest sense, as the full and harmonious development of all those faculties that are distinctive of man. It is not, therefore, mere instruction...

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MORAL TRAINING OF THE BOY IN ANCIENT ATHENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

MORAL TRAINING OF THE BOY IN ANCIENT ATHENS. FROM time immemorial it lias been the custom of great nations to have certain forms of education for the young, since to the young and vigorous, we must look for the future citizen and for the carrying out of a people's most cherished plans. The ancient Greeks, just emerging from a semi-barbaric state, felt the existence of some unknown and undefinable Deity, dwelling in the sky, which watched over their firesides, rewarded their good, and punished their evil deeds. To this same Providence they trusted for the welfare of their fatherland and for their success in battle. It was natural, therefore, that they should train their children to worship the heavenly powers and to please them by sacrifices, for the preservation of their country. It is my purpose to show you how the youth in ancient Athens obtained their moral training. The Grecian conception of religion was not a collection of dogmas, but rather of vague legends, upon which was bui...

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Boston College Stylus. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

Boston College Stylus. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One dollar in advance, post-paid. Single copies, fifteen cents. ADVERTISING , RATES : Address FRANCIS J. CARNEY, Business Editor, Boston College. THE STYLUS is published by the students of Boston College as an aid to their literary improvement, and to serve as a means of communication between the Alumni and the Under-graduates. It looks chiefly to present and former students, to graduates and their friends for its support. These are earnestly asked to give it their patronage. Address, BOSTON COLLEGE STYLUS, 761 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. THE STATE: PATRICK SARSFIELD CUNNIFF, '97 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. JOHN T. MCEI.ENEY, '97 DAVID G. SUPPLE, '9B - T, „ T , ASSOCIATE EDITORS. BENJAMIN F. TEELING, '99 .... EDWIN P. DOES, '99 MICHAEL J. SPLAINE, '97 EXCHANGE EDITOR. FRANCIS J. CARNEY, '9B BUSINESS MANAGER. JOHN B. DOYLE, '99 . ... AMBROSE A. DORE, 1900 ... I ASST. BUSINESS MANAGERS. DAVID C. FLYNN, 1900 ... J Press of CHAS. ...

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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

EDITORIAL. The scholastic year has opened at the College with brighter prospects than ever before. The number in attendance is larger than at any previous time in the history of the College, and n pleasing feature of inciease is that many of the new men have entered the upper classes. Through the generosity of Mr. Philip J. Farley, 'B4, the STYLUS is enabled this month to offer a prize of twentyfive dollars for the best essay contributed to its columns before May 1, 1897. As the contest is open to the whole College, it is to be hoped that a large number will compete and thus prove to Mr. Farley that his generous offer is appreciated. No one should refrain from entering the contest 011 the score of modesty; because it is barely possible that a student might possess talents of which he himself were ignorant, and nothing serves better to bring out the latent powers of a person than honest, manly competition in a worth} - cause. A certain amount of self-confidence is necessary for succe...

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FACULTY AND OFFICERS, 1896-97. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

FACULTY AND OFFICERS, 1896-97. REV. TIMOTHY BROSN/.HAN, S. J., President, Prefect of Studies, Lecturer 011 Christian Doctrine. REV. DAVID W. HEARN, S. J., Prefect of Schools and Discipline. REV. FRANCIS J. O'NEIL, S. J., Chaplain. REV. THOMAS A. REID, S. J., Treasurer. REV. THOMAS I. GASSON, S. J., Logic, Metaphysics and Ethics. REV. GEORGE A. FARGIS, S. J., Physics, Chemistry. FRANCIS J. BARNES, A. M., M. D., Physiological Psychology. REV. CHARLES B. MACKSEY, S. J., Rhetoric, Calculus, Lecturer 011 Christian Doctrine, Moderator of the Blessed Virgin's Sodality. REV. PATRICK J. CORMICAN, S. J., Humanities, Geometry, German, Director of the STYLUS. WILLIAM J. DUANE, S. J., Higher Grammar (A), Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry '(A), Geology, Director of Music. DANIEL J. QUINN, S. J., Higher Grammar (B), Lower Algebra (B), Third French (B), Moderator of Fulton Debating Society. REV. MICHAEL J. BYRNES, S. J., Middle Grammar (A), Third French (A). AUGUSTUS J. DUARTE, S. J., Middle Gramma...

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DOMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

DOMI. THE PHILOSOPHER'S LAMENT. I'm a Philosopher now, but dear gracious me ! A Philosopher almost completely at sea. With answering " Quid est this?" and " Quid est that?" My poor head is swelling and bursting —my hat. We don't blame our Professor ; he does all he can, And his lot is a hard one, poor suffering man ! But really it's wearing our young lives away To hear and to answer those " Quid ests?" all day. ' I suppose you htedi in Rudiments know Quid est vox ? Quid est verbutn ? And think we are slow, If, with such questions to answer as these, We don't pass our days in sweet, careless ease. But wait, my dear youngsters, until you get here, And then you'll certainly have cause, never fear, To repent that in days of your ignorant bliss You have laughed at in scorn such a sad plaint as this. And wait until the day when you come To learn all about the epineuriuui Which is outside of the endoneurium Which covers the funiculi and perineurium ! The changes which have been made in our...

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ALUMNI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

ALUMNI. As might be expected of such a large class, the graduates of ninety-six will be strongly represented in all the learned professions. We cannot, at this writing, tell just what walk of life each one of them has decided to follow ; but, as far as we have been able to ascertain, the number of ecclesiastical students will be smaller than usual in proportion to the size of the class, while the medical profession will receive a goodly number. Michael A. Butler, Francis Cronin, John F. Duran, Matthew J. Gleason, Patrick H. Kingsley, Henry M. Lyons, Michael F. Maguire, James J. Redican and Patrick J. Scannell have entered St. John's Seminar}-, Brighton, and Frederick J. Delaney will prepare for the priesthood at the Seminary of St. Sulpice, in Paris. Stephen A. Bergin, William J. Campbell, Simon F. Cox, Herman J. Dierkes, John W. Hart, Joseph P. Lawless and John H. Mullen have begun the study of medicine at Harvard, and William J. Hasson will follow the law at Boston University. Lou...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

ATHLETICS. At the first regular meeting of the Boston College Athletic Association, the following officers were chosen : President, Joseph P. Walsh, '97; Vice-President, Arthur J. White, '9B; Treasurer, John B. Doyle, '99; Secretary, Maurice F. Flynn, '9B; Censor, Robert Waul, 1900; Property Manager, John Quinn, 1900. Executive Committee, James H. Devlin, '97, Chairman, Francis J. Carney, '9B; Edwin P. Does, '99. Three members of the alumni, together with the members of the Executive Committee, will constitute the Advisory Board. Manager, Foot-Ball Eleven, Francis J. Carney, '9B ; Captain, Joseph P. Walsh, '97; Manager, Track Team, John A. Brewin, '9B; Manager, Base-Ball Team, Hugh J. McDermod, '97. Never, in the athletic history of our College, has the outlook been so promising. With capable, reliable and energetic men in office, we begin a new term, full of hope and confidence for an exceedingly prosperous and successful athletic year. Those in authority have not been idle during ...

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SOCIETY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

SOCIETY NOTES. THE twenty-eighth year of the Fulton Debating Society opened auspiciously on Friday, September 18. Mr. Daniel J. Quinn, S. J., again occupies the Moderator's chair; and, under his direction, the Society hopes to make this its most successful year. After a few preliminary remarks by the Moderator, in which he laid down the lines of action for this year, the election of officers took place. The following are the members to whom has been intrusted the care of the Fulton Debating Society for the present term : President, Hugh M. McDermod, '97 ; VicePresident, Patrick S. Cunniff, '97 ; Secretary, Benjamin F. Teeling, '9B; Treasurer, Edwin P. Does, '99; First Censor, Dennis W. J. Brown, '97 ; Second Censor, Henry M. Brock, '97 ; Executive Committee, Henry A. Grainger, '97, Chairman, Albert C. Mullin, '97, and David G. Supple, '9B ; Fiterary Committee, William J. Lyons, '97, Chairman, Maurice F. Flymq'gS, and John P. Sheehan,'9B. " Resolved : That the life tenure of office o...

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CLASS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

CLASS NOTES. CLASS OF '97. With the memory of their recent, unprecedented victory still fresh and with a strong resolution to terminate fittingly their College career with a year of earnest work, the new-born seniors have boldly entered the labyrinths of philosophic thought and reason. Fortune favors them from the beginning. Instead of being obliged to become accustomed to another professor's peculiarities, they enjoy the rare privilege of having their formei teacher promoted with them, thus gaining much time and ensuring speedier progress. The brawn of the class is embodied in Joseph P. Walsh, the stalwart captain of the foot-ball team, whose pluck and energy seem to indicate a successful season. Nicholas Corbett and Arthur Dolan, after a year's absence, have re-entered College and joined this class. CLASS OF '9B. The rhetoricians are entirely absorbed in studying the rise, progress and perfection of the drama, having the " (Edipus Tyrannus " of Sophocles for an example of a Greek ...

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THE BOYS IN SHAKESPEARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 October 1896

THE BOYS IN SHAKESPEARE. I. THE SCHOOL-BOY. (Being the first of a series of essays read at the Junior Commencement.) " All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits, and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts, I lis acts being seven ages. At first, the infant, Mewling and puking in the nurse's arms: Then the whining school-boy, with his satchel, And shining morning face, creeping like a snail Unwillingly to school." Judging from these oft-quoted lines of Shakespeare, the school-boy must have had a rather hard time of it. Otherwise, why should the boy whine and creep like a snail, unwillingly to school ? We cannot well imagine that it was his shining morning face, burnished by the maternal hand, that caused him such affliction of spirit; for very few school-boys ever think of the care their dear mothers exercised in tidying them up for school, after the hated morning scrubbing is over. No ; he is going from play and home a...

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