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LINES WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

LINES WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM. Small service is true service while it lasts; Of friends however humble scorn not one ; The daisy by the shadow that it casts Protects the lingering dew-drop from the sun. Wordsworth.

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A SAPPHIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

A SAPPHIC. Est favor verus tenuis sit etsi; Neminem spernes humilem sodalem : Guttulam a solis radiis tuetur Bellidis umbra. John F. Madden , 'pp.

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
FRANK'S PRIZE COMPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

FRANK'S PRIZE COMPOSITION. RANK Healy stood leaning against the |||§|il] fence in the school-yard, feeling somelP»swhat forlorn on this his first day at the Springdale High School; for he did not know a single boy. They were all from well-to-do families, some of them sons of rich mill-owners and manufacturers, and they looked askance at the newcomer with big patches on his knees and a thread-bare, wellbrushed jacket, long since out-grown in the sleeves. Frank was conscious of the critical scrutiny he was undergoing; nevertheless, he braced his sturdy figure firmly against the fence, jammed his hands into his pockets and whistled a brisk tune, while he watched a game of foot-ball played in the yard. A group of boys strolled up to him. "Where do you hail from, Stubby?" said one, and a shout went up from the others at the nick-name. "See his short, stout build," said a little chap, "he is a regular stub." "Fet's call him so," said another. " I say, boys, I know who he is," said Joe Wal...

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Source: Boston College
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IT WAS, "JUST TELL THEM," ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

IT WAS, "JUST TELL THEM," ETC. He walks along Beside the copse, And trills a song. He walks along; Nor is it long Until he stops, And walks along Beside the "cops."

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Source: Boston College
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DEBORAH SAMPSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

DEBORAH SAMPSON. (A Massachusetts Woma?i who fought in the Revolution.) Only a woman as fair as the fairest, Only a giil with a timid blue eye ; But the heart in her breast was bold as the best, And her spirit was brave as the bravest and rarest Of all who went forth for their country to die ! When the guns their songs of liberty thundered, And Liberty's flag all its folds unfurled, And in field and in fen, our raw minute-men Fought Freedom's battle, and all Europe wondered, For the fame of the fight filled all the world; This high-souled woman left lover and mother, And donning the buff of the rebel bold, She shouldered her gun and she marched in the sun, And she marched in the rain by the side of her brother. And hurried away where the battle-smoke rolled. Away she went to the front of the battle, Where the storm-cloud burst and the lightning flashed; And on through the gale of a terrible hail, Mid the gloom, and the boom, and the roar and the rattle. In the far fore-front of the ...

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Source: Boston College
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TENNYSON'S "BECKET." [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

TENNYSON'S "BECKET." [[gsMgalN estimating the works of the poets ■WTM who go to make up that, which in the literature of our language, is known as the Victorian Age, critics, austere as well as sympathetic, must assign to Tennyson the palm for all that is beautiful in poetic form and fancy. His diction is perfect; his touch is exquisitely fine; and his works in idyllic view have hardly been equalled in any age. Early in life, he began chiefly as a versifier; and the poems which "Juvenilia " comprise, such as "Claribel," "Mariana," " Recollections of the Arabian Nights," " Ode to Memory" and "The Ballad to Oriana," have a delicacy and sweetness of expression about them that appeal immediately to one's sense of the beautiful. As he advanced in age and ideals, he chose statelier forms of composition; until, with England's laurel on his brow, he adopted a form of blank verse which afforded him almost unlimited scope for his power of expression, and has stamped itself as peculiarly his o...

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Source: Boston College
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Boston College Stylus. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

Boston College Stylus. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One dollar in advance, postpaid. 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 Undergraduates. 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. BOSTON dr cOLLEGE STYLUS, 761 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. THE STAFF. PATRICK SARSFIELD CUNNIFF, '97 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JOHN T. MCELENEY, '97 - - DAVID G. SUPPLE, '9B - [ . _ BENJAMIN F. TEELING, '9B - - EDITORS EDWIN P. DOES, '99 - - J MICHAEL J. SPLAINE, '97 - - EXCHANGE EDITOR FRANCIS J. CARNEY, '9B - - BUSINESS MANAGER JOHN B. DOYLE, '99-1 AMBROSE A. DORE, 1900 I>ASST. BUSINESS MANAGERS DAVID J. FLYNN, 1900 - J Printed by J. Frank Facey, 36 ...

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Source: Boston College
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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

EDITORIAL. jpttygg N alumnus of '77 sends twenty-five Iglljll dollars to help the STYLUS through a period of business depression when advertisements are hard to obtain. Besides this generous gift, he offers a ten-dol-lar gold piece for the boy who gets the most subscriptions between now and next June. Names without money, of course, will not count. We regret that our benefactor will not allow us to publish his name or his letter. His brother, a physician in the city, did something similar last year for the foot-ball team. We hereby thank both sincerely. When our subscriptions and our advertisements increase just a little more, we can meet our expenses easily. To quote a hackneyed phrase, no former student can afford to do without the "Reminiscences," which we publish from month to month. The writer of these has received as many as eight congratulations from different quarters in a single mail. The Boston Herald for Sunday, February 28, gives a whole page to our College and Church, t...

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Source: Boston College
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DOMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

DOMI. When I asked him to advertise To increase his trade, I received a great surprise. When I asked him to advertise I saw his choler rise ; But on me a charge he made, When I to advertise To increasejjhis trade. ipPipslE offer our sympathy to those among the students who, prompted by college spirit, endeavored to obtain advertisements for the athletic " meet " programme. It is rather hard to enter store after store in search of advertisements, and, after delivering your little speech on the advantages to be gained by advertising in the College programme, to receive a curt refusal in many cases ; but it shows, at least, that the students take an interest in the success of their College. WE understand from a contemporary that educators are considering the advisability of introducing a new style of printing books. According to the system contemplated, the first line of the page will run, as usual, from left to right, the second, however, from right to left, the third from left to rig...

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Source: Boston College
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ALUMNI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

ALUMNI. I||g||f NOTHER name lias been added to the Iglljf#: list of deceased graduates, making the fifth death during the current scholastic year, and removing from the ranks a hard-working soldier of Christ. This latest victim is Rev. Daniel J. Collins, '77, who died at his parents' home in Arlington, February 15, after suffering for several weeks from a complication of troubles. Father Collins was a quiet, unassuming but industrious priest, who spent sixteen years as a curate at St. James' Church, Salem. His long service entitled him to a parish, which, 110 doubt, would have been given him very soon had he recovered his health. He was born in Arlington, March 4, 1855, and was educated in the public schools of his native town, from which he passed to Boston College, after being graduated from the High School with honors. He showed himself to be a good student while in college and was one of the twelve who received the degree of Bachelor of Arts from Boston College at the first grad...

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CLASS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

CLASS NOTES. Class of '97. that the last term of the philosollPfe phers' college career is well advanced, they evince a deeper interest in their studies than ever before while in the College. The class work has gradually improved, and encouraged by the extraordinary success of their former public disputations, they are exerting all their energy in preparation for another, which will be held sometime in March. The principal subjects to be discussed will be " Miracles " and " The Nature, Function, and Abode of the Soul." The class signified its approval of the actions of all its officers by honoring them with reelection at the beginning of the second term. The advisability of wearing the cap and gown is the chief topic of conversation. The excellent appearance of last year's graduating class will, no doubt, induce the philosophers to follow the example of '96. The class of Physiological Psychology, after taking a very trying examination, is once more progressing and daily becoming mor...

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Source: Boston College
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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

ATHLETICS. MjjTvpiwTC) one will deny that, in order to make athletics a thriving permanent institution, success in competition is one of the primary essentials. No athletic team that has not this requisite can hope to exist, no matter how secure the backing; for the student-body will, at length, withdraw its support and abolish athletics altogether before it will allow Alma Mater's name to be be bandied about as a synonym for defeat. Success, to a great extent, depends upon those actually engaged ; for should they fail to carry their colors to victory, they cannot hope for collegiate prestige, nor recognition from their fellows. Once they have done their part, however, and secured a piece of the famed laurel, they merit all the encouragement that every loyal student can extend. This assistance is absolutely necessary if the position attained is to be kept. If support and recognition are withdrawn, athletes will, when they find their efforts are not appreciated, attend where much is ...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SOCIETY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

SOCIETY NOTES. | {gM .|HE first Friday of the second term is ' date assigned by the Constitution of the Fulton Debating Society for its mid-year election of officers, and true to precedent that day found almost every member of Society in his place. Despite the large attendance, however, the seniors and the sophomores, owing to their prevailing majority, carried the day and elected their slate. The following are the gentlemen honored : President, Patrick S. Cunniff, '97 ; Vice-Pres-ident, John B. Doyle, '99 ; Secretary, James H. Delvin, '97; Treasurer, Edwin P. Does, '99; First Censor, Dennis W. J. Brown, '97; Second Censor, Henry M. Brock, '97. The following standing committees were appointed: Executive Committee, Hugh M. McDermod, '97, (chairman), George A. McLaughlin, '9B, Joseph L. Powers, '99. Literary Committee, Michael J. Splaine, '97, (chairman), Joseph R. Williams, '99, Ambrose A. Dore, 1900. It was the second meeting of the term, however, the one devoted to the election of ...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 188 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897
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Page 188 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1897

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1897

Boston College Stylus . Vol. XI. April, 1897. No. 4

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Source: Boston College
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LOST! — A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1897

LOST! — A FRIEND. A chance word spoken, A slip of the tongue, And a friendship of years In a moment undone. The blackness of night In place of the love That was planted and fostered And blest from above. In the old sunny days How happy we seemed ! Oh ! could we recall them And think we but dreamed ! While life there is hope, Though life may be pain ; But can friendship renewed Be ever the same ? A . T. H.

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Source: Boston College
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REMINISCENCES — (Fifth Paper). [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1897

REMINISCENCES — (Fifth Paper). Musical and Epistolary. —(Continued) rehearsals in Bnmstead Hall, Boston, under the direction of Zerrahn, Tourgee and Gilmore, for the great Peace Jubilee of ’72, were a magnificent musical treat to all who had the good fortune to participate in them. Think of it ! Thirty-five hundred picked voices, blending in the many beautiful gems of song, at this greatest of musical feasts. The sopranos, altos, tenors and bassos all had a well-bal-anced quota of members. It was a great surprise, as well as a great delight to Messrs. Richards, Kane, McAvoy and myself to see the goodly number of gray-headed and graybearded old fellows sitting around us in the basso division. And such voices ! I remember well the last rehearsal before the opening of the Peace Jubilee. It was held in Music Hall. The chorus completely crowded the hall. Gilmore and Zerrahn were both present. The tenors and bassos were ordered to stand, and “The Soldier’s Farewell” was announced as the n...

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Source: Boston College
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THE INVOCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1897

THE INVOCATION. I gazed upon Parnassus’ height And begged the Muse to help a wight, Who tore his hair in sheer distress, And bit his pencil more or less. I had to write an ode or song Against a feast where critics throng. In vain my call. Her lights were out ; The shades were drawn beyond a doubt. But stay! I snatched my mandolin And forth I rushed. If she were in, The sweetsome strains of harmony Would lure her forth to look at me. With tender touch on every string, A serenade I fondly sing; Full soon a shade is drawn aside, And up doth window softly glide; She steps upon the balcony And casts an angry look at me. “ Who calls me now, I want to know ? ” “ ’T is I,” I answered from below. “ A goodly class of old B. C. With anxious mind doth wait for me. I’m down to read an ode, sweet maid, And I’m in straits without your aid.” She threw her angry look aside, And smiled as any new-made bride. She asked me what my theme might be, Athletics or Philosophy. I couldn’t choose just there an...

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Source: Boston College
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A LITTLE DAISY. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1897

A LITTLE DAISY. (The following paper was found among the Stylus archives. As the author has now grown to be a young man, he will hardly recognize one of his youthful efforts.) Deep iii a little dell, on the edge of a rushing brook, grew a wild daisy. It was such a little flower, all alone and so near the rough, boisterous brook, that it would have been frightened if it were not for the pretty birds that sometimes hopped about near it, and cheered it with beautiful songs. “How lonely you must be, staying so long in this spot,” said a little sparrow, one day, to the daisy. “Wouldn’t you like to be a bird, and fly merrily through the air, and see the people and all the wonderful things in the great world?” But the modest daisy cheerfully answered: “I like the green grass and the trees, the musical brook, and the sw r eet songs of the birds. Could I enjoy them better out in the great world?” And the sparrow shook his head. “ I sleep contented under the stars that twinkle brightly from t...

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