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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
EDWARD F. P. BURNS: President RICHARD D. CANTY, Treasurer ©SPLENDID VALUES Men's and Young Men's READY TO WEAR MADE TO MEASURE $23.50 to $43.50 $27.00 to $70.00 Specialists in Fall Dress Clothes for all Occasions Edward F. P. Burns Co. 125 SUMMER ST. B | S A 7 C 2 H SECOND FLOOR Dress Clothes Renting lil if'! 11l #* Special Rate to B. C. Students READ &amp; WHITE 111 SUMMER STREET - BOSTON Suits, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, etc. Everything the latest HEADQUARTERS FOR Sporting and Athletic Goods At Cut Prices Baseballs and Baseball Shoes Our Specialties Superior &amp; Simmons 38 ELIOT STREET BOSTON Between Washington and Tremont Sts.
SELLING "PICKS" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
SELLING "PICKS" By a Vote-Getter THE HEIGHTS, the official waron of the Friends of Checko Smokestacks, with supplements on the New York Giants and sonnets from Metro Weekly, has procured this scoop through the courtesy of one of its co-respondents, who like Oliver Lodge and Llcyd George, tells nothing but the truth, has live'.' the actual experience of a Vote-Getter, in order that he nay become, like many other dog-shifters in these classy walls, enrolled in that tribe of '-young men who have labored and 'hopped' their way through college. The Story Before I begin to tell you about my masquerade I am going to define a few sentimental terms. "Picks." What are "Picks?" "Picks" are non-selling reading material which contain serial stories, fashion plates for women, forget the saucers, baby'* and infant's department, including the police department, tatting, crochet, embroidery, and lest I forget, a host of very attractive advertisements. A Vote-Getter is without a doubt, as termed by t...
FAVORITE SPORTS Morgan Ryan [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
FAVORITE SPORTS Morgan Ryan My favorite sport is tossing four minute ovations from the lunch-room counters. I am so proficient in the art of juggling the sesquipedaha verba that I can rip through a four minute speech in twenty minutes. One must orate if one would know real happiness. One does not realize wiiat a feeling of relief comes to one when one has eased an oration off one's diaphragm. It develops all the muscles —the arm and ear muscles in receiving the leg muscles in escaping the vulgar rabble, who fail to understand one. My next favorite sport 's strolling among the wild waves on the beach, where all the nevsboys call me Morgan.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
A TWINPLEX STROPPER 7 5 to 10 0 shaves with each bladv. gß^-^ Keeps your blade in perfect condition. Each rriave better than the \k best new blade you ever had. t 'T*^*! See our Demonstrator n. Headquarters for Gillette Safety Razors r It ALL THE NEW MODELS STANDARD SETS Ik tT VEST POCKET SETS COMBINATION SETS ;®s§pk GILLETTE BLADES 6 Blade Packages $.40 .1 ' jggßßgl 12 Blade Packages .69 J. B. Hunter Company HARDWARE 60 Summer Street - - Boston AN INVITATION Yl/E extend to the students and Alumni of Boston College, a * * cordial invitation to make use of our banking facilities. We will be glad to open a checking or savings account with you, and know that you will be pleased with our attention to your banking requirements. Last dividend in our Savings Department at rate of $%. Deposits go on interest monthly. FEDERAL TRUST COMPANY Corner Devonshire and Water Streets Boston, Mass. JOSEPH O'NEIL, President Oculists' Prescriptions Accurately Filled High Grade Spectacles and Eyeglasses ...
THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
THE HEIGHTS BOSTON COLLEGE WEEKLY Published on Thursdays during the school year, by the students of Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Boston (67), Mass. Editor JOHN B. DONAHUE, '21 Associate Editors JAMES E. DONAHUE, '21 CHARLES J. McCABE, '21 Business Manager OSGOOD J. CURRIER, '23 Advertising Manager THOMAS F. MAHAN, '22 Assistant JAMES P. DONOVAN, '21 Staff IRVING F. GREGORY, '21 JOSEPH D. PATE, '21 EUGENE SULLIVAN, '21 FRANCIS J. DECELLES, '21 DANIEL J. McSWEENEY, '22 WALTER R. GRAHAM, '22 PAUL J. WENNERS, '23 EDWARD F. MULLIGAN, '23 TIMOTHY A. McINERNEY, '22 CLEMENT G. JORDAN, '22 Art Department CORNELIUS T. H. SHERLOCK, '22 JOHN T. SULLIVAN, '24 Subscription Rate $2.00 per year Advertising rates furnished on request. Entered at Boston Post Office as second class matter. Material for insertion must be at "The Heights" office before noon on Monday.
GREATER COOPERATION [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
GREATER COOPERATION In spite of the fact that the General Committee of the Drive is receiving hundreds of offers of assistance from every part of the Archdiocese, we should not feel that the work is complete. We have co-oper-ation from nearly every one in Greater Boston, but there is need of even greater cc-operation. Wg nave asked the students of Boston College to co-operate during the intensive period by taking part in various activities of the student body We have asked for volunteers for 'four minute speakers"—we have requested the classes of the college to stage vjiiou.? '•stunts." and, in general, the response to the appeal has been gratifying. We are now requesting your co-operation in another field. First of all we must remember that there are over a million people to be interviewed during the intensive period of the Drive. It has been estimated that in order to accomplish this work expeditiously, it is necessary that we have at least four thousand workers on the various Par...
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION Babson's Statistical Bureau sends out a letter to the business men of the country which we take the liberty of quoting in full. "The need of the hour is not more factories or materials, not more railroads or steamships, not more armies or more navies, but rather more education based on the plain teachings of Jesus. The prosperity of our country depends on the motives and purposes of the people. These motives and purposes are directed in the right course only through religion. Legislation, bounties, or force are of no avail in determining man's attitude toward life. Harmony at home and peace with the world will only be determined in the same way. "Religion, like everything else of value, must be taught. It is possible to get more religion in industry and business only thru the development of Christian education and leadership. With the forces of evil backed by men and money, systematically organized to destroy, we must back with men and money all campaigns for Chr...
FAIR ENOUGH! [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
FAIR ENOUGH! Editor of THE HEIGHTS: Realizing your great influence in college affairs, knowing that your opinions are received with the great. est respect (though they may be subsequently discarded), I, as a Sophomore, with fond dreams of the future, request, beg and humbly beseech you to save from disgrace, the present Sophomore class. As you probably know, every Junior must settle to the satisfaction of the world, some great philosophical question whose solution was despaired of by Plato, Socrates, Spinoza and former Juniors. Here is the trouble. The present Junior class insists on settling ALL the difficulties of the various philosophical principles. They will leave nothing for the present Sophomore class to settle. Kindly ask the Junior class through your paper (if they have paid their subscriptions) to leave a few problems for us to solve. Thus you will save us from the shame of having to face a world without having contributed anything to the already existing confusion. Yours ...
AN APPETIZER [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
AN APPETIZER The sorrowful scene which we saw enacted on Alumni Field last Saturday was educational. We have some vague idea of how our Yale brethren felt after the slaughter in the Bowl. Defeat gives one an appetite for victory. Saturday's appetizer was sufficient to last for the rest of the season. Let's hope it does. Having used as much spice as the situation demands, we will remove the stopper from the oil bottle and soothe a few of the sore spots caused by B. U.'s careless handling of our ball team. It is absurd to think that our team was playing up to its possibilities throughout the game. In the first inning they pasted the pellet to all points of the horizon. In the third inning our athletes started to blow. Compared to the "blow" they staged, a Texas tornado would be a gentle zephyr. We can think of no adequate explanation for what happened. Any team is liable to have an off day. It appears that ours had a whole week of them all at once. Beginning right away, our ball team ...
THE HEIGHTS HEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
THE HEIGHTS HEARS That the man with the cup of "coffee" should have the right of way in the lunch room. That we miss the reports of meetings of the Alpha Mu Club. Have they all deserted? That the volunteer coaches are already offering the team the beneiit of their valuable experience. That "Dave" Mullen is planning a B. C. celebration in Framinghani for May 2. Get your bicycles ready. That "Bob" Merrick can hurdle as well as play a flute. That the one-armed chairs in the assembly hall have made quite m impression on the seniors. That the sociable Mr. Breau has been taking "Gene" Sullivan for a ride on his one-armed chair dming psychology. That "Jim" Rooney has been beating all comers over the hurdles by an Adam's apple. That "Jim" has now been matched to race "Joe" Pate. "Joe" says he'll stick out his tongue and win by a lap. That "Gold Brick" must have advanced a point. The "Boy Broker" offered to treat us to a soda. That Michael Donovan is the custodian of the lighted lamp in the ...
JAMES P. DONOVAN, '21, VICE PRES. OF EAST BOSTON B. C. CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
JAMES P. DONOVAN, '21, VICE PRES. OF EAST BOSTON B. C. CLUB Last Sunday afternoon, the Boston College Club of East Boston held their annual elections. Gerald C. McCarthy, '16, heads the organization as President for the coming year. James P. Donovan, '21, came in for second honors, taking the office of Vice President, and Henry Fitzpatrick, '19, will hold down the arduous duties of Secretary-Treas-urer. May 9th at Crescent Gardens, Revere, will be a big night. The Drive Committee has not only approved of this elaborate celebration but has signified its intention to make this night one of the Big nights of the Drive. The following committee has been chosen to conduct this magnificent Ball: Gerald C. McCarthy '16, Chairman; Irving P. Gregory '21, Secretary; James P. Donovan '21, Henry Fitzpatrick '19, John Canna van '19, John Hourrigan 23, William Kelleher '24, and William Hyland '24 During the campaign days of the Drive, through the courtesy of Packard's Drug Store, East Boston, ther...
ATTENTION!! [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
ATTENTION!! Men who intend to enter business, should first discover whether they have the necessary requisites for success. One of these requisites is to be able to recognize a situation at a glance. For this purpose, THE HEIGHTS will print mental tests for its subscribers. The first test appears below: Nava, navo, nushka, mi I like oysters in ray The test is to fill out the second line from the following list: wheelbarrow, coffe, chicken soup, cider, STEW. If you answer the above correctly, don't enter business. It won't do you any good. Another test will appear next week.
THE LAST SHOT or THE EMPTY NEEDLE (Ode to a Boxing Glove) [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
THE LAST SHOT or THE EMPTY NEEDLE (Ode to a Boxing Glove) In a Bowery Lunchcart, looking sad and glum. Chewing a strip of pig-iron, Sat a Bowery bum. His hair was white As snow (around a railroad station). It was eleven on Christmas morning, He was sitting all alone, The dawn had stopped its dawning, There w r as only five at home (last night). He looked to the left, he looked to the right He looked behind and before, He looked above, he looked below Then he stopped looking. * * * * Then, I trow, the birds do sing, And flutter in the trees, I hear the angry Church-Bells ring, And frighten the singing bees. When I left home I thought I was, A cuckoo slick and sweet. But 10, the years have taught me I'm nothing but a beat. Now all you gentle maidens, Take a tip from me Never search for Pollywogs, On the top of any tree. MORAL: Use no Hooks. Don't walk on the Grass. Drink Budweiser, Patronize our advertisers. Join the L. C.
TRIALS FOR ANNUAL OUTDOOR PAGEANT HELD Cast to be Announced in a Few Days [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
TRIALS FOR ANNUAL OUTDOOR PAGEANT HELD Cast to be Announced in a Few Days On Wednesday af;ernoon, April U, trials for the coming outdoor Pageant were held in the Assembly Hall. Many ambitious actors were present and the competition was so keen that Rev. Father Murphy, S. J., Faculty Director of Dramatics, says that he is having difficulty in selecting the cast. Owing to the diversity c? characters in "As You Like It," many new faces will be seen at the performance of this play during Commencement week. Rehearsals will start just as sooi. as a definite cast has been selected. Meanwhile the Director is busy with the adaptaton of "As You Like It." The training of the cast and the production of the play will be under the direction of Fr. Murphy who has supervised Dramatics at Boston College for many years.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 April 1921
Boston College is confronted by a building problem that will retard its growth unless the public rallies to its support Men and Women in Every Walk of Life Have Endorsed the Boston College Drive. Governor Cox Says: ■I"H"I"I M .H..M ■! ■H"1»H"I"1"1"M"1"1"1"I"I"1"I"M"I W-H M-M-! M"M"M"M"M"M"1-M"1'M II t 111 I I 1 I 1!■ I-I-I ■!■■! ■! ■! .i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i..i»|..i..i..i..i..i..i»i. i..i..|..i..i..i..i..i..|,.i.. • ■ ■+■ " * "t* • a &lt;X* • • aim '•'• THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS j •• EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT f : * STATE HOUSE, BOSTON f I] CHANNING H. COX |* :; governor :: "1 March 21st, 1921. '.'. We owe much of our material prosperity in Massachusetts to men who have been trained in institutions of higher "• • • • it '.'. education. Boston College is one of these institutions which has made a splendid contribution of leaders in our devel- "" •• • • '.'. opment. The teachers of that college, whose only reward is the satisfaction of a duty well performed now need and a...