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ALL STAR CONCERT AT BOSTON ARENA MAY 8 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 May 1921
ALL STAR CONCERT AT BOSTON ARENA MAY 8 On Sunday, May the eighth, there will be an All Star Concert in the Boston Arena in aid of the Boston College Drive. Victor Herbert will lead the orchestra of fifty pieces. In addition will appear Tom Burke the Irish Tenor. Fritzi Scheff, Mary Desmond, Emmett Corrigan, Wilton La oka ye, Alfred Mirovitcli, the Russian Pianist. Carney Fabrizio, Mine. Marie Di Pesa, Edna Bates, and Louise Meyers. The tickets, at the price of one. two and three dollars will be on sale at the Boston College Headquarters, the League of Catholic Women, and at the Arena.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 May 1921
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 May 1921
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ENTERTAINERS' EFFORTS ADD THOUSANDS TO BUILDING FUND DRIVE Newton Man Buys Daisy for $500 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
ENTERTAINERS' EFFORTS ADD THOUSANDS TO BUILDING FUND DRIVE Newton Man Buys Daisy for $500 Thousands of dollars were raised as the result of last Sunday night's concert at the Arena in aid of the Boston College $2,000,000 drive, and Monday was "Daisy day,'' when the women's auxiliary undertook to add $200,000 more by the sale of sev eral hundred thousand daisies. The f 'und previously had passed the $1,000,000 mark. Gov. and Mrs. Cox and Lt.-Gos rnd Mrs. Puller occupied the state rox, decorated with the national and state flags, Sunday night and tfie audience was very large. Such stellar attractions as Victor Herbert, with an orchestra of 50; Fritzi Scried, Tom Burke, Wilton Lackaye, Mane di Pesa. Mary Desmond, Carmine, Fabrizio. violinist, and the "Buddies quartet" contributed music or recitation, and the hour of 11 was reached befoie the entertainment wa c concluded Auction Daisy Andrew Tombes officiated in place of Emmett Corrigan, who was ill, as master of ceremonies, and with Ja...
College Loses to Braves In Game For Drive Fitzpatrick Holds Leaguers in Check for Six Innings Team Plays Snappy Ball [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
College Loses to Braves In Game For Drive Fitzpatrick Holds Leaguers in Check for Six Innings Team Plays Snappy Ball After holding the Braves for six to a solitary infield 'lit. Jinny Fitzpatrick, twirling for Boston College, weakened in the severth and the local Natciials banged out a brace of doubles and singies, which, with a sacrifice bunt sandwiched in, accounted for the quanet of taUies that gave the Tribe a 4 to 0 victory over the Old Gold ana Maroon in the exhibition game at Braves Field Monday in aid of the Boston College Building Fund. Collegians Snappy Tlv&gt; losers nut up a mighty snappy article of ball afield, but really never had a chance to push a runner around the bases, for Johnny Cooney's ! outhpa~\\ ing and the serving of Cv Morgan were more than the college athletes could cope with. It must have been a decided source of joy to Fred Mitchell, commander-in-chief of the Tribal forces, to watch Middlel.oro Cyril Morgan breeze through those four chapters Mond...
FITZ BAFFLES VETERANS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
FITZ BAFFLES VETERANS "Fitzie," whose southpaw toe has brought the collegians many a sweet grid triumph, and whose southpaw wing has enaMed the Eagles cc t'j &gt;- pie their rivals on the diamond, was highly effective throughout the initial half-dozen frames, despite the fact he hurled Saturday and set Fordham back over the full nine innirg route. The Mitctiellmen were utter ly helpless before the crafty fortv slants of Boston College's sterling athlete up to the fatal seventh. The.i the effects of working Saturday showed on "Fitz." Al ixon shot a double down the left foul line and scored when Boeckel singled past third When T. Phillips allowed the ball to rol! through his legs Tony kept on to the middle station from where he advanced a peg when Holke laid 'Town a iicat sacrifice bunt. Fitzpatrick s heave to first to nip Holke was high and wide so the Braves' first sacker was safe. With runners oii the o: 1 - ;tositr- corners Horace Ford lined a binglo to left, scorirg Boeck...
INTERCLASS BASEBALL [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
INTERCLASS BASEBALL Is it not about time that the presidents of the four classes got together and formed an interclass baseball series? We hear a lot of talk about such-and-such a class challenging another class but that is not going to produce the series. It is up to the class presidents to get together and start things going. It is events such as this that will producecollege life and at the same time will give exercise and enjoyment to the students.
HEIGHTS REPRESENTED AT COLLEGE NEWSPAPER CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
HEIGHTS REPRESENTED AT COLLEGE NEWSPAPER CONFERENCE Four members of THE HEIGHTS itatf. namely Mr. J. B. Donahue, A ■' vertising and Business Managers iVr T. Mahan and Mr. 0. Currier, and Mr. W. Graham of the editorial staff, visited Columbia University last Friday and Saturday, where they attended the Second Annual Convention of the Eastern Intercollegiate Newspaper Association. TI'.E HEIGHTS delegation left Boston late Thursday afternoon, going firsc to Providence by train and from there to New York by boat, arriving in the Big City early Friday morning. THE HEIGHTS men went at once to Morningdale Heights where they were met by President McKnight. l'ormei editor of the Columbia Spectator, and were introduced to the representatives of the other colleges. The delegations of the following colleges and universities were assembled in Earl Hall of Columbia University when the convention opened Lit 10 a. rn.. Harvard. Yale, Princeton, Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Amherst, Columbia, Boston C...
FLOWER SONG [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
FLOWER SONG Little daisies, white and gold, That we were by maidens told, Maidens shy and maidens bold, Were cheap at half the price they sold. So we bought the daisies bright, Little flowers, gold and white, Then we wore them in plain sight, Pretty flowers, smiling, bright. "Invest in education: every dollar helps a scholar."
SECRET SOCIETY UNEARTHED! [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
SECRET SOCIETY UNEARTHED! By Bedouin Right here under our olfactory orifices, with all our wise guys and Philosophers on the jump lookingfor scandal and iniquity, a new fraternity, secret it seems to be, is existant at Boston College. This new outcrop of mysticism was started, so the story goes, by the Master Minu of the Senior class, assisted by a Junior and a Soph. The afore mentioned Soph is the Beau Bummel of College Row. These three, having roped a few oi our slickest athletes into parting Avith their self-respect and a saw-buck, finally christened the new organization, "Beta Kappa Beta." Pluto knows what that means, we don't. ('Phone "Infernus, Lower Level, 0000"). The process of initiation is reported to be as severe as that of the 42% degree Bricklayers. The first degree is— The victim must measure the width of Commonwealth Avenue with a frankfort. He must wear white flannels and also must have a note from his parents signifying that he has full permission to play galloping ...
THE HEIGHTS HEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
THE HEIGHTS HEARS That almost all the arguments in Ethics' Class are settled near Sullivans' row. That is is a grand and gloriouj feeling to have a part in the drive. That when we sat in Faneuil Hall it inspired us to see the men, women, young men and especially younr women who are working for B. C.
SENIOR IS STRICKEN BLIND [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
SENIOR IS STRICKEN BLIND THE HEIGHTS relates with copious sobs that some unidentified Senior has lost the use of his power of vision. Anyway, ii' he isn't blind there is something wrong with his optics. This Senior wrote an article in THE HEIGHTS, claiming that the Seniors have received no answer to their base-ball challenge. If said non-entity had paid his subscription to the weekly and had oiled his spectacle's, he would have read a juarter page acceptance of the challenge by the Juniors, and also an invitation to meet the Seniors in any contest whatsoever. The only conclusion we can draw is that the Psychologist had a hodful of cinders in his eyes, or else was reading through smoked glasses.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
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DORCHESTER CATHOLIC CLUB TO RENDER "STOP THIEF" IN AID OF DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
DORCHESTER CATHOLIC CLUB TO RENDER "STOP THIEF" IN AID OF DRIVE On Friday evening, May 20, the Dorcbtster Catholic Club is to give a performance of its most successful theatrical production "Stop Thief." in aid of the drive. The club has secured an all star cast and the performances to .late have met with tt'.e highest approval from the huge audiences The show will be rendered at Ronan Memorial Hall, Dorchester, and the price of admission will be the exceedingly small price of fiftj cents. The Catholic Club has shorn :i fine spirit to co-operate with the drive and all should endeavor to aid them in the success of their prodv.clion. A fine evening's entertainment is assured and all are urgently reouested to be present.