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SENIOR CLASS IS ACTIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
SENIOR CLASS IS ACTIVE The Senior class is all astir these days and the boys are making the most of their last few days under The Towers. Francis J. DeCelles has been chosen to deliver the Valedictory while Morgan T. Ryan will be Salutatorian. The following men have been chosen as members of the Class Day committee: Messrs. J. Fitzpatrick, M. Fitzpatrick, Calanan, Mainey, Flynn. Ryan. Mullen, Drohan, Prendergast and Glennon. The committee for the Class Outing is made up of the following: Messrs. Cremen. Mahoney, McCaffrey, Ryder, Morrisey, Crowley, Gallagher, Russo, Salmon, and McCabe. Sullivan. Merrick, and Breau Annexing the First Three places for Boston College at the Eastern Intercol egiate Meet. (Courtesy of the Springfield Republican)
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
First Stude: Watcha gonna do tonight? Second Stude: Nothing. What you gonna do? First Stude: Nothing. Second Stude: Who else will play? —Tar Baby. Wellington's Lunch 433 Market Street, Brighton Operating Boston College Lunch Room We specialize in Catering for all occasions CHAS. WELLINGTON, Prop. Tel. Brighton 71099
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
—— . —■ EDWARD F. P. BURNS: President RICHARD D. CANTY, Treasurer SPLENDID VALUES Men's and Young Men's READY TOIWEAR MADEITO MEASURE 823.50 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 f 5 A 7 c 2 H SECOND FLOOR Dress Clothes Renting c, &amp; ft •■--«-' y - "iKk. if w I Special Rate to B. C. Students READ &amp; WHITE 111 SUMMER STREET - BOSTON Suits, Hats, Shoes, Shirts, etc. Everything the latest We arc Specialists in CLASS BANQUET FOLDERS DANCE TICKETS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS AND MENUS Farren-Curtis Press 152 PURCHASE ST. BOSTON, MASS. Phone: Main 3551
TYPE CHOICE IMPORTANT IN AD CONSTRUCTION Business Administration Students Learn the Power of Display [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
TYPE CHOICE IMPORTANT IN AD CONSTRUCTION Business Administration Students Learn the Power of Display Choice of type and its place in the construction of an advertisement was the subject of a very interesting lecture by Mr. Bernard J. Lewis. Mr. Lewis outlined seven points to be taken into consideration in the selection and arrangement of type. The success or failure of the ad, in his opinion, is dependent to a great extent on a pleasing and attractive makeup. The speaker stressed the importance of a working knowledge of at least the simpler phenomena of vision, which must be considered if the advertisement is to attract rather than repel the reader.
COLLEGE STABLE TO BE INCREASED BY ADDITION OF THREE NEW TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
COLLEGE STABLE TO BE INCREASED BY ADDITION OF THREE NEW TEAMS The atmospheric pressure of the lunch room has increased a couple cf pounds since the idea of formi?ig a tennis team, a golf club, and a crew has gripped some of the eneigetic detaators. Some disturber lias emitted a couple of hodfuls of superfluous vapor through bis oral cavity ;nd the idle listeners let the ehat'er permeate their craniums like dust in an attic. Consequently heafeti discussions make the lunch room ho'; enough to produce a tan The tennis team has been suggested by Eddie Foy. Eddie claims such i.,n organization would "net" beaucoup recognition from Simmons and Emanuel College, and would give the Claude Lightfoots of the college a chance to wear the sneakers they bought at Filene's Basement. As yet no definite action has been taken on this proposition, although it is rumored that Jim Doyie is having his white flannels cleansed. As to the golluf club, George Kelley is the chief addict. George is quite a golf...
ON THE GOOD SHIP "GEORGIA" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
ON THE GOOD SHIP "GEORGIA" The steamship "Georgia" which bounces •over the rollers between Providence and New York is a magnificent craft. Ask Currier. He knows. It had him changing color. The HEIGHTS men felt very much at home on board the "Georgia" for there on the prow rested the beloved Eagle, the sight of which made Ed Mulligan feel so "B. C. ish" that he uncovered his fiery locks to the winds of Puget Sound and led the boys in singing, "Hail Alma Mater." "Mull" also told the boys how he escaped from a shark in his boyhood days, but as Donahue's watch read six minutes after midnight on Friday morning, Ed was allowed to go unpunished. Sleep on board the "Georgia" was more or less delightful, mostly less. Graham fell off the upper bunk during the night and was found next morning resting peacefully on the floor. But the climax of the trip "ame about six o'clock Friday morning when Tom Mahan stuck his head out of the stateroom window and cried, "Oh, fellows! Come here and take a lo...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
Boom, Boost/ Boston's Best Elcho Cigar Quality From End to End For Sale CHESTNUT HILL NEAR BOSTON COLLEGE 14 room house, conveniently and artistically arranged. High, dry, and healthful, beautiful location. Large lot of land. Can be shown any time. A real bargain, $16,500. Terms. BERTHA A. CRANS, Owner 43 Waban Hill Road Chestnut Hill Phone Centre Newton 1468-M Sam's Stationery SAMUEi. NARCUS, Prop. Everything in Stationery Wholesale and Retail Job Lots a Specialty PRINTING 92 WASHINGTON STREET BOSTON, MASS. Telephone Richmond 811
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
The students of Boston College can find at the Lloyd Stores T I all sorts of eyeglasses and spectacles. The students* spectacles T In shell or zylonite are very stylish and comfortable. A complete T line of Eastman Kodaks, cameras, films and everything photo- T graphic including developing and printing. Student's Fountain T Pens in the best makes and the popular Eversharp Pencils. Boston I Stores located at No. 315 Washington St., No. 310 Boylston St., J t No. 165 Tremont St. and No. 75 Summer St. f ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦to DINE AT BI^EYFHS 6 BEACH STREET Near Washington St. Strictly Family Restaurant Business Men Theatregoers '','.,, Luncheon, 11.30 to 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 &lt;le Saison SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN STUDENTS Our COZY GRILL ROOM is at your disposal for Class, Cl...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
Stars on the Heights AFTER Georges Carpentier and Jack Dempsey settle that debate on July 2, the winner, it is understood, will have a chance to become McGady's assistant as student boxing instructor. In that case the world's heavyweight champion will have opportunity, like all other B. C. men, to learn that the best place to buy clothes around here is at TALBOT'S. Specials now in straw hats, summer shirts, suits and underwear. talbotco 395-403 Washington St.
Sports BASEBALL TEAM BURIED BY HOLY CROSS—18 TO 3 Purple Ball Tossers Run Bases Wild as Boston Gives Ragged Exhibition at Worcester [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
Sports BASEBALL TEAM BURIED BY HOLY CROSS—18 TO 3 Purple Ball Tossers Run Bases Wild as Boston Gives Ragged Exhibition at Worcester Our ancient rivals Holy Cross, buried the baseball team under an 18 to 3 score at Worcester last Saturday. The Boston players affected either by the heat or the big crowd booted, threw the ball around, making sixteen errors, and generally giving as weird an exhibition as ever was witnessed on any diamond. In addition the Purple batters found our hurlers for IS blows, although nearly half of them were of the scratchy variety. Good Bye Ball Game For the first four innings the game between these two great rivals appeared to be a real contest, with Boston showing an offensive early in the game. Boston had men on the bases in every frame up to the sixth inning, but lacked the punch to drive across many runs. The Holy Cross players took advantage of Boston's miscues, hit when hits meant runs, and ran the bases recklessly but with great success. Capt. Jimmy Fi...
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE About the Ball Team The wretched exhibitions of baseball by the team in the past few games, especially in the contest with Holy Cross last week at Worcester, show that all is not right in Denmark as far as the team is concerned. There is something wrong somewhere. Friday against Middlebury. the team made seven errors, and the following day against the Purple, no less than 16 miscues were committed. The Maroon and Gold players booted and threw the ball around like a team of inexperienced schoolboys. At this time of the season with the big games at hand, the nine should be playing nearly a flawless brand of ball. But it seems to be growing worse instead of better. Pitchers Working Well Our pitching staff has been hurling good ball right along, but the support accorded them at times has been far from encouraging. The players individually and collectively are capable of playing good baseball; they showed it in the game with the Braves, against Fordham and Vermont...
A NON—LUMINOUS MATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
A NON—LUMINOUS MATCH Yeow what a racket. The tennis addicts are at it again. Last Friday the bouncing orbit got a terrible lacing on the college courts, and the slippery gums pounded the gravel ferociously. The contestants included the Junior net-hounds, Graham, Mahoney, Kelleher, McMorrow, and McDonald. The lone Senior was Jack-the-Giant-Killer Prendergast. Graham and Kelleher were awarded the prize for distance, both soaking the bounder out into the reservoir. Mahoney wielding a mean rackful of catgut, knocked three holes in the net and broke a window. McMorrow and McDonald won the burlap derby for speed. Both talked faster than a dozen victrolas, urging the other to play hard. The elongated Dukie Prendergast held the audience aghast when he hit his partner. Kelleher, on the forehead with a back-hand loft. The fight was finally called on account of darkness. The final ?cnro stood: we, 3; they, 2.95.
Jake Driscoll Makes New Record at N. E. Intercollegiates---Joe Sullivan Equals Record for Low Hurdles---Nolan Wins Broad Jump [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
Jake Driscoll Makes New Record at N. E. Intercollegiates---Joe Sullivan Equals Record for Low Hurdles---Nolan Wins Broad Jump Although Boston College, receiving second place in the New England Intercollegiate meet held on Tech field last Saturday, scored only half as many points as Technology with first place, the Eagle screamed all during the contest proclaiming the praises of Captain Jake Driscoll, Joe Sullivan, and Billy Nolan. These three athletes scored all the points for the Maroon and Gold but they were enough to land Boston College in second place. B. C. scored four first places, just as many as Tech. but it was on the seconds, thirds, and fourths that the team fell down. It only goes to show that Boston College needs more men out for track. Tech has over 102 and the results showed that numbers are needed as well, if not more, than a few stars. One record was broken and three Tech field records were tie I during the course of the meet and Boston College furnished two of the ...
JOHN D. KELLEY ELECTED TREASURER OF THE N. E. INTERCOLLEGIATE A. A [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
JOHN D. KELLEY ELECTED TREASURER OF THE N. E. INTERCOLLEGIATE A. A John D., better known as Jack. Keller was elected Treasurer of the Nev England Intercollegiate A. A at the annual convention held lasi 1 Saturday morning at the 3. .A. A. club | hou'-e. That means that Jack will : ii„nr;/I]o -n cash of the associai 'inn for the next college year. J&gt;-t- -; 'Or \n••'.!■:(&gt; frirp.iu v- : (h " T \el] " ! Customer ■in bonk -store); t ~vr.v* ! ■ h ' la •■': '•voi'l In du-rinn" :•"£:■•. i Clerk: Yes. ir. Zytlvru.—JV'-'onT
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 26 May 1921
Kodak as you go! Our store is so conveniently located that it is " %WB\ i'Vety -ure t&lt; be "right on your way." Visit ©llfP§ffl /?\ us a tew minutes. The Kodak you want is here. KODAKS FROM $8.00 UP [ilillUK BROWNIES FROM $2.00 UP lifcl Our finishing department can help you get the ~F 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# faster game. Try one this year. 1 J. B. Hunter Company Tools Hardware Cutlery 60 SUMMER STREET BOSTON Always mention the "HEIGHTS" when purchasing $00.50 $30.00 835.00 £40.00 mKJM 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 Victwla Man" H:ij opened a first class VICTROLA SHOP ' in th-e STUDIO BUILDING i 10...