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SOCIETY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1898

SOCIETY NOTES. N February 4, the first preliminary ippilj debate was held. It was defended on the affirmative by Bartholomew Coyne, and on the negative by Benjamin F. Teeling and John Duffy. No decision was rendered. On February 11, William Murphy on the affirmative, and Timothy Ahern and Joseph Powers on the negative debated the question: Resolved that Napoleon's second exile from France was unjust. Merits of debate went to negative. David Supple and Edward Crowley on the affirmative, and Joseph Williams and George MacLaughlin on the negative were the contestants on the third preliminary debate. Negative won. On February 25, the last preliminary debate was won by the negative. The debaters were Thomas Jameson and John Swift on the affirmative, and John Sheehan and Francis Mullin on the negative. The officers elected in the Fulton Debating Society for the coming term are as follows : President, Benjamin F. Teeling, '9B; vicepresident, John Doyle, '99 ; secretary, Thomas Jameson, 190...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. A LETTER FROM FATHER BRANNAN, 'B5. BOSTON, February 21, 1898. Business Manager Boston College Stylus : Dear Sir: —Enclosed please find check for my bill to the STYLUS. lam reminded of the debt by Father Sullivan's letter in your last issue. Apropos of this letter, many of us think that the writer could well describe the second epoch of Boston College history, and prove an apt successor to the cure of Newton Lower Falls. Brilliant and witty himself, he is quite capable of giving a happy turn to the " pleasing memories of the past." We thought so long ago: I quote from a rhyme read at the Xmas celebration, December 22, 1882. : . . . . " look towards Sullivan fair As he turns full around, and squirms in his chair. There's a pun on his lip and some fun in his eye His voice is as loud as the tramp of a fly. Oh ! oft have I laughed at his jokes o'er the way, And paid for my fault, bringing lines the next day." I am anxiously waiting with pleasant anticipation his entrance ...

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ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1898

ATHLETICS. ta^es °f hair-breadth escapes, dar- ||!|||| ing finishes and record-breaking struggles at our second annual game are now matters of history. Though they may be forgotten as greater victories are achieved, yet the laurel added, by the combined athletic and financial success of the meeting, to the athletic crown of Boston College, will live and thrive until that wreath is finished, and Boston College stands at the head of New England colleges, not only in the arena, but also in the forum. That she now occupies such a position is acknowledged by most fair-minded judges. Circumstances have prevented an actual demonstration, yet efforts will be untiring until an opportunity is obtained to give proof of our power. No one to-day will deny the supremacy of our relay team. Excepting the university teams, I fear not to assert that it is the fastest college relay team in the country. The contest at the B. A. A. meeting gave but slight proof of the speed of our men. The runners, thou...

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THE BALLAD OF BINDON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1898

THE BALLAD OF BINDON BAY. From the Amherst Literary Monthly. The long waves sang down Bindon Bay And laughed as they kissed the shore; The sea-gulls over the billows flew, And the bell at the harbor's mouth rang true, And the breezes fresh from seaward blew From the Isles of Trenadore. The sunlit blue of Bindon Bay A maiden caught in her eyes; And red were her cheeks as the roses that grew On the Bindon Leas where the breezes blew, Drinking the wine of the morning dew And the smile of the summer skies. And a sailor returned to Bindon Bay From countries beyond the sea ; But the roses had withered where once they grew, And wildly the sea-gulls wailed as they flew, For the maiden was dead, and the sunlight, too, And never a smile found he. And the sailor put out from Bindon Bay As the tempest began to roar ; And he cursed the land, and he cursed the day, And he cursed the pest that stole her away; And the sky was black and the fog was gray O'er the Isles of Trenadore. Far, far astern w...

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Page 188 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1898
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Page 188 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1898

BATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

Boston College Stylus. VOL. XII. APRIL, 1898. No. 4.

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REMINISCENCES. (Eleventh Paper). [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

REMINISCENCES. (Eleventh Paper). MILITARY. boy who was a student at BosMIHA: ton College in the early seventies remembers the old armory and its two faithful custodians, Arthur McAvoy and Tom La very. Arthur and Tom were not experts at the " drill," but they could evolve order out of chaos in that old armory after every drill exercise. Rev. Thomas La very is to-day a good zealous priest and pastor in the St. John's diocese, Newfoundland. Arthur McAvoy is now a priest of the Society of Jesus, but I regret very much to chronicle the fact of his failing health. Mike Ryan, who was mentioned in a former paper, was captain of Company B for a short while, the first year of " drill" in Boston College. lam sure Ned Maloney will never forget this fact. I wonder how many remember Mike Ryan's exploits with his young soldiers on the old Fair Grounds, opposite the college! It was real war with Mike from the word go. Manual of arms with and without command, marching by fours, by platoons, by twos,...

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A MATIN SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

A MATIN SONG. The noiseless feet of dawn Across the hill-tops sweep ; • The songsters of the lawn Are waking from their sleep. Their matin hymn of praise Must join the morning sun, And mingle with his rays To bless the Holy One. Awake, O drowsy eyes. Dull ears that slumber fills! You miss the purple skies, The music of the hills. Shall man alone be mute When Nature praises God ? Shall he be less than brute, A soulless, thankless clod ? JI VI linni J. Ho Hand. Special Classics.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

Edwin P. Does, ’99 James A. Supple, 1900 Edward F. Ryan, 1901 John B. Doyle, ’99 David G. Supple,’98 James D. Russell,’98 Benjamin F. Teeling, ’98 Victor M. Pelletier, 1901 Joseph R. Williams,’99 Ambrose A. Dore, 1900 The Boston College Stylus Staff for J898

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THE LORD IS MY HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

THE LORD IS MY HOPE. Though the foe and the wicked conspire, I shall not be troubled at heart ; For they that advance shall retire Shattered and sundered apart. Though armies collected in camp Should muster to make me their prey, I shall laugh at their myriad tramp, And smile at their melting away. For God is my sword and my buckler, His right hand is near, r lhc Lord is my shield and protector. And whom shall I fear 1 Though kings and princes of earth Destruction devise in their wrath ; Though they revel and murder for mirth, And bloodshed betoken their path, Their impotent rage I defy, I scorn their terrors of death ; For He that dwelleth on high Shall scatter the foe with His breath. Hie Lord is my hope and salvation, His mercy is near; Ihe Lord is my aegis and bulwark. And whom shall Lfear ( 0 who is like unto God ? For dreadful in battle is He ; He hath scourged our foes with a rod, And drowned their hosts in the sea. The nations have dreaded His might And stood aghast at His n...

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MARIA DESOLATA. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

MARIA DESOLATA. {Written for the Stylus by a former student.) Great though the reach of shoreless seas, Bitter though myrrh and aloes, Yet greater, bitterer far than these, Of Mary's cup the bitter lees : Beneath the cross her lot to bide The while, all sundered from her side, Her Jesus dear was crucified And passing through death's dark divide ; She might not lift his drooping head, She might not wipe the tears He shed, She might not slaunch His wounds that bled, She might not kiss her Jesus dead. /■ F. Q.

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AN EXTRAORDINARY RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

AN EXTRAORDINARY RESCUE. A class exercise on the Unexpected as an element of surprise in a plot). [YS<P/I S lie a fool or not ? that was the questi°n - A few intimate friends of Pindar Sappho Whiteman maintained that he was perfectly sane, although all the rest of his acquaintances set him down as half-witted or demented or, at least, very singular in his ways. He lived in one of the Newtons, but in order not to reveal his identity, I shall not say whether it be Newton proper or the reverse, West Newton or East Newton, Newtonville or Newton Centre, Newton Lower Falls or Newton L T pper Falls. Under different pen-names he contributed much verse and some prose to the daily papers in these various concentric towns. Forexample, in the Newton Centre Hawk-eye he signed himself 11 Zephyr," and wrote about winding ways and purling rills, about morning dew and birds singing overhead. In the Gazette of Newton O c"> Upper Falls he appeared as " Echo," and took for his the...

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MASTER AND PUPIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

MASTER AND PUPIL. NE of the most marked peculiarities of fflsipj the present age is the constantly increasing desire to have the inner life of representative men unfolded to the public. Often the task of writing the memoirs of the departed celebrity is forced upon his nearest relative ; his contemporaries are importuned to give their judgment of his talents and productions; his most intimate friends are enticed into divulging what had been entrusted to them with unwavering confidence and affection. These reminiscences possess the power of attracting and interesting many readers, and the more pretentious literary magazines, eager to gratify public taste, have at the present time several of these articles, all of which have met with well-merited approbation. A personal narrative of this description recently appeared in a prominent literary and scientific review, and commanded widespread attention. It was an interesting reminiscence of Thomas Henry Huxley, and the man who was most emin...

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Boston College Stylus. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

Boston College Stylus. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. TERMS OE SUBSCRIPTION : One dollar in advance, postpaid. Single copies, fifteen cents. ADVERTISING RATES: Address JOHN B. DOYLE, Business Editor, Boston College. THE STYLUS is published by the students of Boston College as an aid to their literary improvement, and to serve as a means of communication between the Alumni and Undergraduates. It looks chiefly to present and former students, to graduates and their friends for its support. These are earnestly asked to give it their patronage. Address, BOSTON COLLEGE STYLUS, 761 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. THE STAFF. DAVID GREGORY SUPPLE, '9B - - EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JAMES DAVID RUSSELL, '9B EDWIN PETER ES > 99 I ASSOCIATE EDITORS JOSEPH ROGER WILLIAMS, '99 f AMBROSE ALOYSIUS DORE, 1900 J BENJAMIN FRANCIS TEELING, '9B - EXCHANGE EDITOR JOHN BERNARD DOYLE, '99 - BUSINESS MANAGER JAMES ALOYSIUS SUPPLE, 1900 ) .wwawt VICTOR MAURICE PELLETIER,I9OI [ „ „ EDWARD FRANCIS RYAN, 1901 ) BUSINESS MAN...

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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

EDITORIAL. are t° present our readers with something novel for Easter, the seajfcglals son of new styles. For the design on the front cover, we have to thank our benefactress in South Boston, Mrs. M. F. Gavin, who sent the STYLUS twenty-five dollars at the opening of the scholastic year. From a number of designs submitted by professional artists and amateurs, the board selected the present one as the most appropriate. A different staff might have made a different selection, and so we do not intend our decision to be, in any way, a reflection on the excellent work of others. Exact knowledge and delicate precision may sometimes prove an obstacle when prompt action is demanded. Thus, in extempore speaking, a man who is more bold than precise, more daring than exact, may have an advantage over an opponent who hesitates and casts around, waiting for the right word to come. Not that inexact thinking and loose expression are preferable to scholarly precision. Of course not. But if the righ...

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DOMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

DOMI. learn with considerable edification of |\V4g the noble and energetic assistance Ipffil'll rendered to Father Dawson by two of the seniors, Messrs. Ahern and Green. They have more than an interest in the catechising of the young, and they display a zeal that is commendable. The waifs at the Marcella Street Home are very fond of their new teachers, so we are told. The gowns have arrived at last, and some of our immediate successors have been detected casting envious eyes at us. We fondly hope that matters will grow no worse. On Tuesday, March 15, a large congregation assembled in the College Church to assist at the Solemn High Mass of Requiem which was offered up for the souls of those brave heroes who were killed in Havana Harbor. Father Reid officiated and was assisted by Father John J. Driscoll, 'B9, and Mr. Johnson, S. J. Besides the entire student body there was present a delegation from the Navy Yard. At the close of the Mass, Rev. Thomas I. Gasson, S. J., ascended the pul...

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DOMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

DOMI. THE annual retreat for the students of the college was preached by Rev. M. C. Dolan, S. J., beginning March 29 and ending with general Communion on Friday, April 1. The words of wisdom and the sound advice of the preacher made a deep impression upon the students, who now feel prepared to fight the battle of life with renewed vigor. DURING the same period the students of the preparatory school made their retreat under the guidance of Father Fargis, professor of chemistry, who imparted to his youthful hearers many wholesome lessons. Prompt attendance at the exercises and careful attention to the instructions characterized both retreats. ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, CITY HALL, BOSTON, March 10, 1898. Editor of the Stylus. Dear Sir, — Enclosed please find check for my subscription to the STYLUS, and also that of David J., who is at Georgetown University. I have been pleased with every issue I received except the present month. I had hopes that something would prevent my "hand-painted " from...

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INGRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

INGRATITUDE. My people, what have I not done for thee ? And yet, for giving thee the promised land, Thou hast prepared a cross, and pierced my hand With nails, and then with insults tortured me. And when I led thee dryshod through the sea, And rescued thee from Pharoa's armed band, A spear did pierce my side at thy command, 'Mid jibes and jeers and heartless mockery. O base Ingratitude ! O direst woe ! Thou breakest hearts by doing ill for good ; Thou wreckest countless lives, O cruel foe! And blightest homes, as famine never could. Thy own fond hopes shall melt as winter's snow, And flow away as useless water would. David C. Coleman, 1900.

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EXCHANGES AND BOOK REVIEWS, [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1898

EXCHANGES AND BOOK REVIEWS, lot is, on most occasions, far from enviable; yet were the last month to be taken as a criterion, it would certainly seem to the uninitiated that we enjoy one continual round of pleasure. For the raps of new friends upon our "sanctum" door, the ushering of them to places among our exchanges, as well as extending again the hand of friendship to some of our most welcome visitors of yore, went to make the past month, for us, indeed a most pleasant and memorable one. First of all came the Clangownian from across the Atlantic. The Union number of this periodical speaks volumes to the credit of Clangowes College. Not only is the diction good and the matter interesting, but the illustrations and vignettes scattered throughout the volume are numerous, appropriate and artistic. As the Clangownian is published only twice a year, we are not surprised that it surpasses many of the American college journals, which appear every month. Soon after the arrival of our fore...

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