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NOTICE! [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
NOTICE! Grand meeting of KU KU KLAMS. All candidates report to MOST INSOLENT LIZARD at the Shower Baths. Bring bathing suits and sponges. Grand collection of ten "Bucks" for each candidate. Dine will form at the "SHOWER BATHS" at twothirty. Signed, "Most Insolent Lizard!" Have you noticed? It is the season for those nail-cleaning vests and the cloth chapeaux. All Freshmen must comply with the fashion laws of the Heights. Peddle yourself to town and grab off some collegiate clothing. A few tips for the "nurselings." Trowsers —NO-CUFF, No-press, Burlap preferred. Shag-haired vest and collapsible "lid." Pair of "dogs"— Twice too large, and acquire a shuffle. Now you are a member of the A. B. club. *(A. B.—All Bunk.) A dog fills an empty place in a man's life. This is especially true of a Hot Dog. By Bacchus.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
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WHAT'S THE NEWS ON THE HEIGHTS? [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
WHAT'S THE NEWS ON THE HEIGHTS? "Jack" Kelley, last season's captain of football at Winthrop High, is now enrolled at B. C. and is making a strong bid for the quarterback position. John Hopkins, honor student and athlete of no mean ability, from West Roxbury, is now flashing the freshman colors of Boston College. Frank Murray of Revere High is a strong candidate for the football team. Frank is a brother of the famous "Vin" Murray who once held down the centre position for the old Maroon and Gold back in 1915. Arthur Reilly, who was accustomed to capture the famous Carney medals at Lowell High for honor and merit, is a member of the class of 1925. Bill Doyle from B. C. H. is a strong contender for Jack Heaphy's place on the varsity eleven. Bill was captain at B. C. High last year. He is a brother of our Jimmy Doyle. "Vin" Ryan, last season's all-in-terscholastic tackle from Providence, R. 1., is now a member of the Maroon and Gold football squad. The Buff and Blue of English High Sch...
BACK ON THE JOB [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
BACK ON THE JOB By Steamboat Well Gang: The good old Summer-time has finally eloped with the singing mosquitoes and here I am back again with my new Knitted tie, trying to realize that 1 am once again spending my days under the old tower. They say that this is wonderful weather we are having. It is—for bringing back pleasant memories of the past tew months. As our old friend Pluto would say, a phantasm is a memory of something that is going to happen. "Phan" coming from the Japanese word meaning to keep cool, and "tasm" coming free with every pound of tea that you purchase at the jewelry store. Well it was only the other morning that we were making a few of these phantasms. The first thing that I knew I was back again in the thriving metropolis of BrSckville attending one of those so-called "old-fashioned dances." Say Gang, did you ever have the chance to see one of these ancient relics in its natural form? You have to be a mathematician, a coke fiend, and have your name in the tele...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
HORACE PARTRIDGE CO. Manufacturers of HIGH GRADE ATHLETIC GOODS SUPPLIES FOR FOOT BALL, TRACK, HOCKEY, BASKET BALL Outfitters to Boston College 49 Franklin Street, Boston Tel. Fort Hill 4010 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. BOSTON PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK PHOTOGRAPHERS CHRISTMAS GIFT is their most acceptable gift. You owe it to them and to yourself. Not "tomorrow", but "today''. Special rates extended to students 161=164 Tremont Street = = Boston FULL DETAILS OF TEXAS TRIP IN NEXT EDITION OF The Heights OUT NEXT FRIDAY
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
THROUGH THE EAGLE'S EYE A Word of Welcome Although classes were resumed some time ago, and old acquaintances and friendships have been renewed, we wish to extend a word of welcome in this our first, issue for the year 1921-1922, to the upperclassmen who always have been loyal to their Alma Mater, and to the new men of the Freshman class, who caught their first glimpse of college life a few days back. "Be a Booster" To the upperclassmen, we need make no appeal, save an urgent word to continue their loyalty to their college, whether it be in the classroom, gridiron, track or diamond. However, we make an earnest appeal to the men of 19 25, the future big men in the college activities, to assimilate at once the meaning of true college spirit and loyalty. Don't join the "two-thirty birds," take an active interest in the daily events in college life, and above all else, "Be a Booster." Largest Grid Squad Ever For several weeks, scores of athletes, candidates for the football eleven, have ...
LARGE SQUAD ANSWERS CALL FOR TRACK TEAM [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
LARGE SQUAD ANSWERS CALL FOR TRACK TEAM One of the largest squads in the history of the Track Team answered the call for candidates shortly after the opening- of school. The most prominent of the new men are Art. Kirley, a graduate of English High, whom Coach Ryder feels sure will develop into the greatest miler ever seen at the Heights, Louis Welch from Framingham High School, another Freshman, also shows great promise. Both of these men are making a strong bid for the Cross Country Team. As yet the Captaincy of the Cross Country Team is undecided, but the competition centers around "Dinger" Dolan, Jim Caffrey and Jerry Deeley, three letter men and veterans of the last three seasons.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
6 O AiL,» #* /®? f WRIGHT &amp; DITSON Athletic Outfitters to Boston College The correctly equipped athelete excels in sports. Be "correctly equipped" by getting athletic goods that hear the Wright &amp; Ditson Trade Mark SEND FOR FALL CATALOG FOOTBALL BASKETBALL HOCKEY TRACK WRIGHT &amp; DITSON 344 WASHINGTON ST. Boston 9, Mass.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
Although the outdoor season of track will not open until the spring, the Track Team under the leadership of Jake Driscoll, the hero of the Relay and Track Team, will journey to Brockton on the sixth of October to participate in the meet at the Brockton Fair. The men entered by Coach Ryder in this meet are, in the 100 yard dash, Frank Kelley, Charlie McCarthy, and George Yantis. In the 220, Frank Kelley and Billy Nolan. Jake Driscoll in the 44 0 and Jim Caffrey in the 88 0 yard run. In the mile, Art. Kirley, Dinger Dolan, and Louie Welch. Ed. Murphy, Bill Sheeny, Louie Welch, Ed. Barry, J. P. Sullivan, Jerry Deeley, and Pat Mahoney will light it out in the three mile. Bob Merrick will do the honors in the 120 High Hurdles, and Ed. Bell will take care of the Shot Put. Billy Nolan and Ray Drugan will compete in the Broad Jump, with Flahive and Tiny Flaherty in the High Jump, An added feature at the Fair this year will be the College Relay Race. The team which will represent Boston Coll...
MARQUETTE DEBATING SOCIETY RESUMES ACTIVITIES OCTOBER 6 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
MARQUETTE DEBATING SOCIETY RESUMES ACTIVITIES OCTOBER 6 Once more the halls of the Marquette Debating Society will echo with the voices of aspiring Ciceros expounding in eloquent diction when President Riordan calls the meeting to order on October 6. The Society is open to students of Freshman and Sophomore. Boston College men are known for their ability in public speaking and this is due to the many advantages offered through the debating societies where the art is acquired. Friday afternoon may he profitably spent by taking advantage of this opportunity. As the membership is limited, tiiose wishing to enroll should present themselves at the opening meeting. Bunk —She is younger than she looks. Coe—l.low do you know? Bunk—l looked on the hotel register ami it says "Suite 16."—Lemon Punch. "Cut it out!" cried the ticklish patient as the physician felt his appendix.—Jester. "The Lord knows how Jones made his money." "No wonder he always looks worried." —Jester.
BOSTON-BAYLOR TILT BIG EVENT AT TEXAS Big Contest Promises to be a Warm One [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 6 October 1921
BOSTON-BAYLOR TILT BIG EVENT AT TEXAS Big Contest Promises to be a Warm One Boston's first intersectional game with Baylor University is carded as the main attraction at the Texas State Fair at Dallas, Texas, a week from Saturday. The trip will take several days, but it was made possible by certain holidays falling at this time. The Texas "Bears" have a strong eleven and Boston has its work cut out to uphold the gridiron prestige of the East Baylor has an enviable lecord on the gridiron and a reputation for turning out big linemen. It has the advantage of playing in its native climate, which is liable to affect the Boston players. Baylor Has Harvard Style It is probable that Cav's eleven will run into a team drilled a la Harvard system, as Frank B. Bridges, former Harvard University player, is the head coach. Having heavy men to work with, the grand old fashioned line plunging game is likely to be faced, and the defence of the Boston forwards will have to be sturdy to successfully c...