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PRIZES FOR ESSAYS ON ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 May 1921
PRIZES FOR ESSAYS ON ADVERTISING Mr. Charles J. O'Malley, President of the O'Malley Advertising and Stlling Company, Globe Building, Boston, Mass., has offered a prize of fifty dollars to the members of the piesent Boston College Class of Business Administration. This gift is to be awarded to the members of the class who submit the three best essays on the topic, 'Making Advertising Pay." The writer of the best paper will be awarded twenty-five dollars; the second best, fifteen dollars, and the third best, ten dollars. Fr. Stinsin has announced the following conditions for these prize essays : 1. Papers must contain 5000 or more worde. 2. Matter must be typewritten. 3. Papers are to be signed with an assumed name, which assumed name must be written on an envelope, in which the real name of the writer is enclosed. This envelope (sealed) will be handed in to Fr. Stinson at the same time as the paper is submitted. 4. Papers must be handed in on or before Monday, May 31st. Mr. O'Malley ...
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A Contest FOR JUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN If you think you can write an essay on "The Essentials for Producing Men's Good Clothes" you are eligible to enter this contest. The winner of this essay will be appointed on the Sales Staff of Doolin Bros. as the Boston College Representative and while attending B. C. will have HIS TUITION PAID Essays must be typewritten on one side of paper only and should not exceed 2000 words. Contest Closes May 31st Address all essays to Advertising Mgr., Doolin Bros., 42 Summer St. You are cordially invited to visit our establishment where you will And excellent material for your essay. For further information, see Mr. Gregory. '21. our present B. C. representative.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 May 1921
Score a Few for Jupe Old Kid Rain Jinx has been hot on the trail of the B. C. baseballers this spring, no less than six contests declared off because of rain. All of last week's meetings with Colby, Norwich and Seton Hall fell with the rain. First Battle with Purple at Worcester Capt. Jimmy Fitz and his diamondeers will face Jack Barry's slashing Holy Cross team at Worcester, Saturday at the heart of the Commonwealth. The Purple appears to have about the strongest team in college circles. We saw it against Harvard last week, and it looked well in all departments. How will it look on Saturday? Well, that's another story. The main idea is; you be there. Come out tomorrow for the game with Middlebury and practise the cheers. Shapes Up Like a Real Series Holy Cross has a truly strong nine. It has won every start this season with the exception of the two to one defeat handed them by Lehigh. Boston, however has a strong team. Its power has only lately become prominent, and the meetings wi...
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Stars on the Heights —fiO RRIS SE y IT VERY B. C. Man knows *-- that skating rings around opponents is one of the many accomplishments of the talented Morrissey. Most B. C. men know, too, that the TALBOT store is outclassing opposition, and that —the best place for aB. C. man to buy suits, shirts, ties, underwear, hosiery, etc., is at TALBOT'S "Where you're among friends" 395-403 Washington St.
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FuFTsI College I Dental School I Offers to the student who has g g had one year of college train- g 2 ing, a four-year course leading S g to the degree of D. M. D. g Being located in Boston, Tufts g 2 College Dental School enjoys g « excellent clinical advantages. 5 g Students in the Dental School g 2 Coarse have the prh ilege of g 5 clinics at the Fcrsvthe Dental 5 2 Infirmary, Boston City Hospital, g 2 Massachusetts Hoireopathic 2 6 Hospital, Boston Dispensary, g 2 Vernon St. Hospital, and the g g Massachusetts Home for Feeble- 2 g Minded. g 2 Tufts Dental School is co- g 5 educational. 2 g Registration begins at 9A. g g M., on June 21, and ends on 2 g September 22, 1921. 2 g School session begins Sep- g g tember 22, 1921. g g For further particulars write g 2 to F. E. Haskins, M. D., Secre- g 2 416 Huntington Avenue, g g Boston, Mass. 2 I WILLIAM RICE, D.M.D, Dean |
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Hart, Schaffner and Marx Guaranteed Clothes THREE SPECIALS Hart, Schaffner &amp; Marx White Flannel &lt;tft *J C Trousers, $12 quality . . . «4?0« / O Hart, Schaffner &amp; Marx Silk Lined Suits— Single and Double Breasted—s7s, $80, $85 &lt;t C%fl qualities Guaranteed Gabardine Raincoats $25 Suits $25 to $75 Guaranteed to satisfy or money back H. CONTINENTAL Two Convenient Corners Franklin at Washington St. Boylston at Washington St. Donovan and Sullivan Engraving Company LINE AND HALFTONE ENGRAVING Three and Four Color Process Plates TELEPHONE FORT HILL 2370 235-237 Congress St. Boston, Mass.
JAMES A. DORSEY DONATES MARQUETTE MEDAL Public Debate Now Assured [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 May 1921
JAMES A. DORSEY DONATES MARQUETTE MEDAL Public Debate Now Assured Again has Mr. James A. Dorsey come to the rescue at the crucial moment in the life of the Marquette Debating Society. Last year the well-known Boston lawyer donated the gold medal and he ha? been kind enough to offer to give it again this year. Therefore the troubles of Ihs debating club which nearl v caused the abolition of a public debate, are over. The society owes a great deal to the efforts of Mr. Francis Barry and his assistants on the Prize Debate Committee for the now pleasant cutlook for the Prize Debate. It is expected that the tickets for the debate will be ready for distribution in a few days. All thai, will then be necessary for the complete success of the society's greatest offering of the year, is the cooperation of the student body. This can be best manifested by a large attendai.ee on the night of the debate, which will come this year on .May 20.
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Boom, Boost, Boston's Best Elcho Cigar Quality From End to End i The students of Boston College can find at the Lloyd Stores ** I all sorts of eyeglasses and spectacles. The students' spectacles &lt;* i in shell or zylonite are very stylish and comfortable. A complete £ line of Eastman Kodaks, cameras, films and everything photo- ** !► graphic including developing and printing. Student's Fountain '/, \l Pens in the best makes and the popular Eversharp Pencils. Boston 11 '*, Stores located at No. 315 Washington St., No. 310 Boylston St., *', \l No. 165 Tremont St. and No. 75 Summer St. f * ♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦» DINE AT BKEYFUS 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 51P.11. Whole Broiled Live Lobster 55c. Drawu Butter, Freueh Fried Potatoes, Salad de Sai...
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Kodak as you go! e=- ■ Our store is so conveniently located that it is pretty sure to be '"right on your way." Visit |\n JPtjjj] *a us a few minutes. The Kodak you want is here. !Sl|lfiMr KODAKS FROM $8.00 TJP iitaii tlUlw BROWNIES FROM $2.00 UP jlplj our finishing- department can help you get the \y|r kind of pictures you want THE PRINCIPLE OF THE SLOT TENNIS RACKETS, made by Harry C. Lee &amp; Co., embody this slot feature, insures an absolutely perfect balance, enables you to play at least a 25 9c faster game. Try one this year. J. B. Hunter Company Tools Hardware Cutlery 60 SUMMER STREET, BOSTON Always mention the "HEIGHTS" when purchasing - $22.50 $30.00 $35.00 540.00| l^Mi^^B WALTER D. CROSTON JOHN A. CARR Personal Attention by B. C. Men CONNIE O'DOHERTY BILL SHANNON RAY TROWBRIDGE FRANK TREACY Complete line,of Dress Suits and Tuxedos for Rent UPSTAIRS AT 87 SUMMER STREET, - - BOSTON "FITZGERALD" "The VidroJa Man" Has opened a first class VICTROLA SHOP in the STUDIO BU...
FULTON MEMBERS ELECT FOLEY PPRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
FULTON MEMBERS ELECT FOLEY PPRESIDENT The Fulton Debating Society held its semi-annual election of officers last Friday. Henry E. Foley was elected president. The other officers follow: Vice-president, John Turnbull. Secretary, ....John Consodine. Treasurer, Arthur Cusick. Censor, Charles Collins. The newly elected president has distinguished himself especially in oratorical branches. He holds the Fulton and Marquette prize debate medals and was a former president of the Marquette Debating Society. All the new officers have been active in Smith-Towner lectures. In a statement to THE HEIGHTS representative. Mr. Foley said, "I hope that there will be an increase in inter-collegiate and lecture activities next year. This latter branch should be participated in by more students. Then, too, the society's honorary membership should be compiled with the names of all of the society's benefactors added thereto." Ex-president Joseph P. Fly nil and his staff of officers were accorded an enthus...
ANNOUNCE DATES FOR FINAL EXAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
ANNOUNCE DATES FOR FINAL EXAMS The dares for the final examinations have been announced and two sheets of paper adorning- the bulletin board on the lower corridor "will tell you just where you g"&lt;; in. A Ve leave it to yiiu to figure just where you irei off. Lac!: of space prevents u i: irom prim ins' the examination datein THE HEIGHTS our we hardly think you.'!! ge v peeved at us for leavi'-.;:' f-oun out. Le-'.- he happy while we can. eh?
PRESIDENT DEVLIN'S MESSAGE Heartily Thanks All Who Helped to Make the Drive a Success [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
PRESIDENT DEVLIN'S MESSAGE Heartily Thanks All Who Helped to Make the Drive a Success "The Boston College building fund campaign has been a successful one. In view of the remarkable circumstances attending the movement notably those of the money market and the economic conditions, it is a wonderful triumph—one that wfill be memorable for many years to come. '"It is fitting that in voicing the achievement. I express a sentiment of deep, heartfelt appreciation for the causes that have brought about this very exceptional attainment. "I thank Mis Eminence, "Willia u Cardinal O'Conneil, for his inspiring strong support of our cause from its inception—a support that was not only one of ciiue, effort and substano'--. but Asp art example for emulation. "I than!; she It;. Rev. Bi-A.op Anderson for hi. unselfish a?v.l untiring '■'. ')rlc ru; J .Ms'' ihe poster;; and ourate-.- ■' t' tli ■ entire '.ircli-:' '.occ ■■.. I .' ish to then 1 ; the AA-mni Assoeiauott of Bos- Plielan and his splendid ...
BANCROFT HOTEL SCENE OF MUSICAL CLUBS' ANNUAL BANQUET Bsaeball Game No Hindrance to Harmony and Joy of the Occasion [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
BANCROFT HOTEL SCENE OF MUSICAL CLUBS' ANNUAL BANQUET Bsaeball Game No Hindrance to Harmony and Joy of the Occasion The one redeeming feature of the exhibition at Fitton Field last Saturday, the day set for the H. C.-B. C. baseball game, was the playing of the B. C. Band. Amid the applause of 10,000 rooters they marched on the field in their uniforms of white flannels, maroon sweaters, and white hats, while the brass horns flashed in the rays of a glistening sun. When the dark clouds of gloom obscured the B. C. stand the cheerful music of the latest hits helped to dispel the darkness. The Glee Club and Orchestra were guests at the game. In spite of the game the Musical Clubs had a merry evening at their annual banquet in the Motel Bancroft. Speeches congratulating the clubs and thanking them for their wonderful work, especially during the drive, were luade by Cie director, Mr. John A. Tobin. S. J. and by the guest of the evenin:;. Rev. Richard O'Brien, S. J. The President of the clu...
JUNIORS TO HOLD PUBLIC DISPUTATION [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
JUNIORS TO HOLD PUBLIC DISPUTATION Three members of Fr. Cox"s philosophy class are to hold a public disputation on Scholastic Criteriology, in the Assembly Hall of the College, Sunday afternoon, -May 29, at 3.3 0 o'clock. William J. Roche will occupy the position of defender, while his classmates. C. Arthur Cusick and Henry E. Foley will be the objectors. This disputation is open to all and it is hoped that a goodly sized audience will be present when the three Junior B. Arisk-tles start things hunimina.