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LAST CALL FOE CANDIDATES FOR THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
LAST CALL FOE CANDIDATES FOR THE HEIGHTS In view of the fact that this is the last issue of THE HEIGHTS for the college year of 1920-21 we want to repeat what we said in our previous issue and that is that THE HEIGHTS is in need of candidates for next year. Several men responded to our first call but we still have room for several more. We ask you to join us in our attempt to give Boston College a bigger and a better newspaper. If you are really with us and if you are sincere in your desire to further all B. C. activities, drop into THE HEIGHTS office and leave your name. Al any rate, let no one say that THE HEIGHTS has not opened its door to every man in the College.
BOSTON COLLEGE MEN RAISED TO THE PRIESTHOOD His Eminence Cardinal O'Connell Ordains Large Class at Cathedral [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
BOSTON COLLEGE MEN RAISED TO THE PRIESTHOOD His Eminence Cardinal O'Connell Ordains Large Class at Cathedral The following Boston College men were among those who were ordained to the Priesthood on Thursday, May 26, the Feast of Corpus Christi, by his Eminence Cardinal O'Connell: Rev. Frs. R. L. Hinchcliffe, M. F. Curran, R. J. dishing, F. X. Keleher, H. C. MacKenzie, E. A. Moran, A. J. O'Brien, J. A. Quigley, W. F. Reily, F. G. Shields, W. J. Daley, J. D. Davey. H. L. Doyle. J. L. Dunn, G. A. Fitzgerald, C. B. Gaffney, A. S. Hargedon, P. J. Quill, and J. E. Walsh. Boston College congratulates these, her sons, and wishes them every blessing in their noble work of leading souls to God.
TO THE SENIOR CLASS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
TO THE SENIOR CLASS The time is fast approaching when you will leave the sheltering arm of your Alma Mater. You have for the past four years been following her activities on the gridiron, the diamond and the track. Do you not wish to follow her path of victory in the future? We wish to suggest to you a way by which &gt; r ou may keep in touch with Boston College, namely, by reading THE HEIGHTS every week. We assure you that next year THE HEIGHTS will be BIGGER AND BETTER than ever. THINK IT OVER, and drop the following blank, signed, into THE HEIGHTS office before you leave. THE HEIGHTS, Chestnut Hill, Mass. Gentlemen: Kindly find enclosed $2.00 for my subscription for THE HEIGHTS for the year ending June, 1922. Name Address
PHILOMATHEIA CLUB CLOSES MOST SUCCESSFUL SEASON Total Membership Over Eight Hundred [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
PHILOMATHEIA CLUB CLOSES MOST SUCCESSFUL SEASON Total Membership Over Eight Hundred The Phiiomatheia Club of Boston College, composed of the mothers of the student body and friends, of Boston College, recently closed the most successful year in its history. Under the able leadership of Mrs Vincent P. Roberts, the Phiiomatheia Club has doubled its membership during the current season of 1920-1921. The total membership now is ove" eight hundred. The Phiiomatheia Club is an auxiliary of Boston College, founded for the purpose of aiding Catholic students and Catholic education in general, and has been the sponsor of many of the social features of the scholastic year. The officers for the past year were Mrs. Vincent P. Roberts, President. Mrs. Martha Moore Avery and Mrs. Michael J. McCarthy, Vice Presidents; Mrs. Dennis H. Mahoney, Recording Secretary; Mrs. John P. Peeney, Corresponding Secretary. The Board of Directors includes Mrs. John F. Berrigan, Mrs. Joseph V. Kiley. Mrs. Peter W. ...
FABRE CLUE ELECTS OFFICERS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
FABRE CLUE ELECTS OFFICERS On May 25, the Fabre Biological Society held its final meeting and sleeted the Picsident and Vice President for the coming year. Daniel J. McSweeney was elected President and James Neary was elected Vice President. The retiring officers were (ommendeel for the accomplishment of the work they had done toward the successful establishment of the organization. The Fabre Club anticipates a larger membership next year, and with the sturdy foundation established by the charter members, nothing 'out the brightest prospects confront the second year of the club's existence. Much credit is due the honorary members of the society, and it is hoped that they will again favor us with their co-operation ne.a year.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
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CASEYS GET NEW LEADER Charles A. Tucker Elected President of K. C. Club [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
CASEYS GET NEW LEADER Charles A. Tucker Elected President of K. C. Club The K. C. Club held a meeting on May 2 7 and the officers for next year were elected. Charles A. Tucker '22 was unanimously elected President Leo Hughes '22. Vice President, Thomas A. Foley '2 2. Secretary. and Daniel J. McSweeney '22. Treas urer. The club voted to send a letter of gratitude to Judge Day for his interest in the club, and the advice he had given for its success. Charles Tucker, the new President, addressed the members, and stated that a drive would be made next year to have at least 75 per cent of the student body become followers of Columbus. Me laid stress on the motto of the club. "K. C.for B. C. and B. C.for K. C". saying that B. C. men make the best Knights, and Knights make the best B. C. men. A number of social events are planned for next year, and it is hoped that the K. C. Club will be the big gest and the best organization of the student body. Mr. Tucker also stated that the club would ...
THE FULTON DEBATING SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
THE FULTON DEBATING SOCIETY The Fulton Debating Society has completed a most interesting schedule. Ordinarily, the routine wort: of a debate once a week is considered enough lor any debating society. The Fulton had debates, and debates that were replete with arguments, retaliations, and refutations as sharp as heard on the floor of Congress. Doctrines of pragmatism, socialism, co-operative commonwealth were enunciated, and likewise blasted. New philosophy, old philosophy, right philosophy, and wrong philosophy were put in their proper places. All this was the result of subjects debated that touched on academic and changeable questions. The Fulton did more than this. Under the direction of Father Cox, lecturers and debaters were sent to every state in New England. Their chief occupation was concerned with tearing down arguments in favor of the Smith-Towner bill, in pointingout the right and wrong principles of education. The lecturers on these teams were: Harold Sullivan, Francis DeC...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
EDWARD F. P. BURNS; President RICHARD D. CANTY. Treasurer §!SPLENDID VALUESI Men's and Young Men's READY TO WEAR MADEITO MEASURE $23.50 to* 843.50 827.00 to 870.00 Specialists in Fall Dress Clothes for all Occasions Edward F. P. Burns Co. 125 SUMMER ST. B I S \ C 2 H SECOND FLOOR Quality is not merely a matter of [xlff/fflnfffj/yi '.'. money and materials. The best equipped " P noto g ra P rier cannot at any price produce I! anything better than he or his employees ;; are trained to do, or than his studio is .., _, _. '.'. equipped to produce. The uniform high 161 Treiuont Street " vr ' ° Appointments made by '.'. quality of our portraits is the result of Phone Beach 858 '.'. years of training and experience. 164 Tremont street ;j 161 = 164 Tremont Street Appointments made by "' -»,»,, Phone Beach 2457 J 2I WeSt Mreet Special rates extended to all students of Boston College
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
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SPURTS FITZPATRICK HURLS 9 TO 5 WIN OVER VERMONT Boston Piles Up Lead in First Two Innings. Triple Play by Boston Features Game [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
SPURTS FITZPATRICK HURLS 9 TO 5 WIN OVER VERMONT Boston Piles Up Lead in First Two Innings. Triple Play by Boston Features Game The baseball team showed a speedy return to form in its second contest with Vermont at Burlington last week, the Maroon and Gold ball tossers taking the Green Mountain nine by a 9 to 5 score. Capt. Jimmy Pitzpatrick was in the box, and was practically invincible up to the eighth, Vermont's five tallies coming in the eighth and ninth frames. Boston Gets Away Early Boston piled up a big lead earl5 r in the game, and scored three times in the first inning and five times in the second. The other tally came in the fifth. Boston scored three runs on the loose fielding of the Vermonters and followed it up with some heavy batting, Halligan and Comerford sending out two base hits to help the cause along. "Luke" Urban, who has been playing short and third so far this year, worked behind the bat for the first time. Urban was always a good catcher, but he looked better...
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE Regular Boston for the Teams Boston College can feel justly proud of its record in athletics during the past year. Whether in football, baseball, basketball, track or hockey, our athletes have always proved themselves thorough and clean sportsmen. Great glory has been reflected on the college both by their prowess and their gentlemanly conduct. Their attitude on the field of intercollegiate sport symbolizes the spirit of Boston College, and in no small measure has their work accounted for the success of the recent Boston College Drive. Cavmen Lead We can always look with pride to the record of our justly famous football team of 1920. Eastern champions, best in the East. The best we've ever had. A string of unbroken victories ending up with glorious wins ever Georgetown and Holy Cross, and including successful meetings with Yale, Marietta and several others is an achievement that cannot receive too much praise. Under the direction of football coach, Major Fran...
GEORGETOWN SUBDUES BOSTON COLLEGE 10 TO 5 University Boys Capture Loosely Played Game [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 2 June 1921
GEORGETOWN SUBDUES BOSTON COLLEGE 10 TO 5 University Boys Capture Loosely Played Game Georgetown came up from the Potomac and helped us celebrate Memorial Day by trouncing our ball team to the tune of 10 to 5. Neither team showed any high class baseball but Georgetown had the ability to hit harder and oftener, piling up ten runs while our own boys were doing their best to get five. Georgetown jumped away to an early lead, tallying three times in the first inning. Boston came right back however and evened things up by producing the same number of runs in their half. The second inr.;ng saw the Southerners adding three more scores, and from that inning on until the close of the game things had a decidedly Georgetown tinge. The game was featured by some terrible umpiring but we have no intention of offering this fault as the cause of our defeat. Georgetown played the better game and deserved the victory. The attendance on Monday afternoon was up to expectations and it is too bad the fol...