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ANNUAL COMMUNION OF PHILOMATHEIA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
ANNUAL COMMUNION OF PHILOMATHEIA CLUB More than 200 members of the Philomatheia Club of Boston College received holy communion in a body Thursday morning at a mass in St. Mary's Chapel, at the College. Rev. Daniel J. Lynch, S. J., spiritual director of the club, was celebrant of the mass. Mrs. Charles Hall, Jr., of Watertown played the organ and solos were sung by Mrs. Daniel V. Mclsaac and Mrs. Hall. After the mass the club members were taken in automobiles to the Commonwealth Country Club, where a communion breakfast was served. Cardinal O'Connell was guest of honor. Also at the guest table were Rev. Patrick McCue, S. J., repre- senting Rev. William Devlin, S. J., president of the college; Rev. William Murphy, S. J.; Rev. Fr. Bohem,. S. J.; Rev. Daniel J. Lynch, S. J.; Mrs. "Vincent P. Roberts, president of the club; Mrs. Martha Moore Avery, first vice president; Mrs. M. J. McCarthy, second vice president: Mrs. John P. Fenney, secretary; and the following members of the board of d...
FITZPATRICK HURLS BOSTON TO WIN OVER FORDHAM, 3-2 Bronx Nine Outhits Maroon and Gold but Fails in Pinches. Wilson and Dowd Lead the Assault [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
FITZPATRICK HURLS BOSTON TO WIN OVER FORDHAM, 3-2 Bronx Nine Outhits Maroon and Gold but Fails in Pinches. Wilson and Dowd Lead the Assault Captain Jin. my Fitz led his teaiz to a well earned victory over the Foidham University nine a&gt;. tordharn Field Boston emerging a 3-2 winner. It was an interesting battle from the start Boston working up from behind and going into the lead in the eighth. 11)c New Yorkers jumped on Fitz bel'oie cur southpaw flineer was really warmed and gathered four clean hits and two runs in the opening frame. However. Fit? settled do n and pitched masterly ball for the remainder of the game, keeping fbe hits well seatured. Bu.i Cullotin, the Fordham moundman, yielded nary a hit for four innings. Although the Maroon and Gold batters hit the ball, they could not seem to land it in the safety zone. However, by bunching hits in the fifth seven f h and eighth. Boston scored sufficient runs to win the game prominent boxers will perform, including Joimive ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
The students of Boston College can find at the Lloyd Stores all sorts of eyeglasses and spectacles. The students' spectacles in shell or zylonite are very stylish and comfortable. A complete line of Eastman Kodaks, cameras, films and everything photographic including developing and printing. Student's Fountain Pens in the best makes and the popular Eversharp Pencils. Boston Stores located at No. 315 Washington St., No. 310 Boylston St., No. 165 Tremont St. and No. 75 Summer St. DINE AT B^EYFUS 6 BEACH STREET Near Washington St. Strictly Family Restaurant Business Men Theatregoers Luncheon, 11.30 to 2.30 P. M. = 65c. Old Fashioned French Table d'Hote Dinner, 5.00 to 9.00 P. M. = $1.35 Every Wednesday and Friday, 11.30 to 5 P. M. Whole Broiled Live Lobster 55c. Drawn Butter, French Fried Potatoes, Salad de Saison SPECIAL ATTENTION GIYEN STUDENTS Our COZY GRILL ROOM is at your disposal for Class, Clib Dinners, Smokers and Banquets. We cordially invite your inquiries A LA CARTE ALL DAY<...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
Stars on the Heights * TN producing all-round ath- *■ letes —such as Liston, Urban, Fitzpatrick —B. C.is making an unusual record. In giving all-round clothing satisfaction, TALBOT'S is doing likewise. Style! Quality! Economy! All these are found in one TALBOT garment. Suits Hats Hosiery Topcoats Furnishings 395-403 Washington St.
SPORTS TRACK TEAM LOSES TO LAFAYETTE COLLEGE Special dispatch to The Heights [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
SPORTS TRACK TEAM LOSES TO LAFAYETTE COLLEGE Special dispatch to The Heights Easton, i'eim., May 7—TUe Lafayette college track team defeated our fliers in the first dual meet of the season held on March Field today As only two places counted in the scoring, the Boston College team was handicapped since the Maroon and Gold captured most Of the third places. Leconej, Lafayette's star sprinter and Crawford, the captain cf the Easton college outfit, starred for the locals while Captain Jake Driscoll, Joe Sullivan, and Jerry Deeley were the shining lights of the Boston outfit. L-ecoDey captured three first places and scored more points than any other athlete. He led the way to the tape in the century and furlong -and a'so captured the running broad jump. Crawford his running mate, won both the mile and half mile, although in the latter race, he had to break a record to win Jim Caffrey, B. C.'s star half miler took tht&gt; lead at the gun and held it until fifty yards from the tap...
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE Interscholastic Carnival a Success The interest in the Boston College interscholastic relay carnival is increasing year by year as was witnessed by thoe who attended the meet last Saturday. Not only were there more athletes in the meet but the attendance was far greater than that of last year. The races too added to the success of the meet as the relay teams were very evenly matched while the other races furnished all kinds of excitement. Two new records were established. If the interest in this carnival is kept to such a high pitch who can tell but that the Boston College interscholastic may become country wide in a few years. It is not at all impossible and it would be a great accomplishment as well as a boost for B. C. Graduate Manager Frank Reynolds and Assistant Manager of Track Jack Kelley deserve great credit for the way that they ran things off. Everything went smoothly just as planned. Sports Help Drive The sporting world is helping out very much in ...
GARDINI PAYS A VISIT TO COLLEGE Wrestling Champ Gives His Services to the Drive [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
GARDINI PAYS A VISIT TO COLLEGE Wrestling Champ Gives His Services to the Drive On Monday last, Renate Gardini paid a brief visit to the College accompanied by Mr. Allan Frederick?;, Chairman of the Italian Committee for the Boston College Building Campaign and a cohort of industrious young ladies, who are selling ticker;•« for the wrestling match and disposing o2 daisies and Maroon and Gold buttons. After the reception in the Assembly Hall the young ladies, Miss Ed'ith Di Pietro, Miss Josephine Spinell., Miss Eloira Boire and Miss Arato, who were with the visitors put their words into actions and buttonholed every student whom they found tearing through the corridors and under the magnetic Influence o'l these fair ones, the captured student began to dig and after many peculiar contortions and facial expressions, Mr. Student released his "coin" and the deed was done. During the reception to the Italian Idol, Mr. Allan Fredericks outlined the activities of the Italian Commit tee and ...
THE HEIGHTS HEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
THE HEIGHTS HEARS That we are with our baseball, track and every other team whether they win, lose or draw. That the Senior Class outing will be a great event. That is is becoming more difficult to study on these balmy days of spring. That if "Lake St.-Commonwealth" cars were "No stops to Lake St.," Fr. Fitzgerald would go out of business as regards late comers. —2BSCMDC4
VICTORY AT PENN RELAY GAMES DESCRIBED BY CHIEF JUDGE Hon. E. C Bonniwell Sends Congratulations to Boston College [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
VICTORY AT PENN RELAY GAMES DESCRIBED BY CHIEF JUDGE Hon. E. C Bonniwell Sends Congratulations to Boston College Hon. Eugene C. Bonniwell, Judge of the Municipal Court of Philadelphia, and Chief Judge of the Pennsylvania Relay Carnival, sent the following letter of congratulations to Rev. William Devlin, S. J., President of Boston College: May 2, 1921. Rev. Win. Devlin, S. J., Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Dear Friend: I wish to congratulate your splendid college again upon the remarkable victory of your relay team in the Class B American Championship on Saturday. Being chief judge of the finish, I took occasion to speak to a couple of the boys when the race was about to start, and it was a matter of genuine delight to all of us who knew what the College stood for to see the gallant battle which thej pnt up against the wonderful teams entered against them, particularly the brilliant and stout-hearted race which Driscoll ran in the last lap. Although touched off in third place...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 May 1921
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BATTERY C GOES TO CAMP IN JULY Will Spend Two Weeks at Barnstable [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 May 1921
BATTERY C GOES TO CAMP IN JULY Will Spend Two Weeks at Barnstable At last the college battery, Battery C of the 101 st Field Artillery has received definite information a' to the date of its annual encampment. This will come this year in July, from July 9 to 23. The battery will go over the road to Barnstable County and encamp at a place which shall prove the mosc advantageous for artillery' work. Full marching equipment has now been if sued and the trooi s are only awaking orders to proceed to their destination. The inspecting officer from trie regular army recently declare'. 1 that the Boston College Battery had ti.e best cannoneers in the regiment. For many weeks and months have the men worked silently and earnestly behind the guns, learning that the muzzle is not the breech and that shrapnel is not :he only kind of ammunition. Many a time have the gunners heard the warning ■ f the captain to the effect that if the cannoneer happened to drop a shortfuse shell no one in the gun-sq...
Boston College Drive Goes "Over the Top" Final Urgent Appeal to Parishes Brings Success in $2,000,000 Campaign---Fr. Devlin Highly Praises and Thanks Workers [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 May 1921
Boston College Drive Goes "Over the Top" Final Urgent Appeal to Parishes Brings Success in $2,000,000 Campaign---Fr. Devlin Highly Praises and Thanks Workers Boston College went "over the top" with its $2,000,000 drive Monday night. That was the report from the executive committee before midnight, and it based its estimates on reports from parish chairmen that had been coming in all through the evening. The returns given out earlier in the evening showed subscriptions amounting to 51,950,000. Earlier in the afternoon the executvie coinmi tee sent out to every one of the parish committees in the entire archdiocese the following urgent telegram: Call For Success "Just before we go to bed. We need 3100,000 to put us over the top. We must get it before midnight tonight. We will get it if we all put into the campaign one more great effort. This time let us make it an extraordinary effort. "If wc do, we will, at our last meet-ing to be held at Faneuil Hall tomorrow (Tuesday), make a repor...
REHEARSALS START ON OUTDOOR PAGEANT Carrie, Ryan, and Pate of Senior Take Important Roles [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 May 1921
REHEARSALS START ON OUTDOOR PAGEANT Carrie, Ryan, and Pate of Senior Take Important Roles On Tuesday afternoon rehearsals started for the annual Shakespearian Out-door Fageant to be held as a feature of Commencement week. •'As You Like It," Shakespeare's great comedy, and the one with which he is chiefly identified as an actor-play v, right, will be performed on that evening. Cornelius Currie of Senior, recently recruited to the ranks of the Dramatic Association will be seen in an important role in the coming production. He will assume the somewhat difficult role ot Touchstone. Joseph D. ?at.C&gt; will continue as business manager of the association. He will take care of the business end of the coming pageant. Air. Pate, who will be remembered for his work as Professor Justinian Babbit in • i\ Night Off," will enact the role of Shakespeare's greatest heroine, Rosalind. The character of Rosalind needs but little adaptation to conform to the standards of dramatics at Boston Co...