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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 March 1920
See TED MADDEN'S Display of STATIONERY. WRITING MATERIALS NOTE BOOKS, COLLEGE SEALS Get an estimate on your Club and Class Printing ENGRAUED WRITING PAPER BUSINESS CARDS COPLEY STATIONERY CO. Agency in the Lunch Room Charlie Wellington Specializes in CafgrjncJ For Boston College Clubs COLLEGE LUNCH or 433 MARKET STREET
PLANS PERFECTED FOR THE FUND DRIVE Mr. Arthur W. Dolan, '97, Heads Committee [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
PLANS PERFECTED FOR THE FUND DRIVE Mr. Arthur W. Dolan, '97, Heads Committee Since the last issue of the Heights, much progress has been made in organizing the drive for funds, for the erection of the new Science building. A committee of five members of the Alumni, consisting of Mr. Arthur W. Dolan, '97, Chairman; Rev. Michael J. Scanlon, '95; Daniel J. Gallagher, '92; Joseph F. O'Connell, '93, and Francis J. Carney, '98, have been appointed to have direct supervision of the drive, in co-operation with the Executive Committee of the Alumni Association. The calibre of these men and their zeal in promoting all activities connected with the college, are well known to all the students and the Alumni, and we feel sure that the drive, under their able leadership, will bring results beyond even our fondest calculations. To date practically $25,000.00 has been donated without any effort or publicity, and it is expected that $100,000.00 or more, will be raised from the Alumni body. For the p...
JAMES A. DORSEY, '94, SPEAKS TO THE STUDENTS New President Charitable Irish Society Would Found Chair to Cultivate Cheerfulness [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
JAMES A. DORSEY, '94, SPEAKS TO THE STUDENTS New President Charitable Irish Society Would Found Chair to Cultivate Cheerfulness "I would like to found a chair at Boston College, which would cultivate the art of cheerfulness. The man with a laugh and the face with a smile will generally win out. Smiling keeps us young, keeps our minds open, and keeps away worries and troubles that never happen." This is the message that our notable alumnus, James A. Dorsey, '94, one of Boston's foremost men of law, speaks to his fellows at the college. "Mr. Dorsey, tell us what you think of the classics," suggested the reporter. "O si mini referat Jupiter praeteritos annos!" "Let me tell you, my friend, read your classics now. After all is said and done they are the finest foundations for the intellectual development and material success of after life. The classic of classics — the Testaments and the life of Christ ■ —the Bible, makes the greatest novel, the greatest drama and the most gripping histo...
EXCEPTIONAL TALENT TO TAKE PART IN MUSICALE Annual Concert of Musical Clubs at Jordan Hall [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
EXCEPTIONAL TALENT TO TAKE PART IN MUSICALE Annual Concert of Musical Clubs at Jordan Hall Mark a large sized red cross in your date book on April 25, 1920. Write in B. C. Concert, Jordan Hall, 3 P. M. Get into your best suit of clothes and call on your fairest friend. All the other boys will be present. Ast year the Musical Clubs marked .;; a victory. Watch us get another trophy this year. The boys are 100 pen cent, music. Should you, by chance, be interested in B. C.'s battres on the gridiron or the diamond, on the track or on the court watch them go over the top at Jordan Hall, next week. The Glee Club Band and Soloists have arrived —that's all. When Carey Martin raises the baton at 3 P. M. you are ready to hear the treat of your lives —a real B. C. Concert. The Glee Club has songs galore and pep and snap and fine team work. You remember how the Band marched and played at the B. C. —H. C, and B. C. —G. IT. football games and how they got such a fine hand from friend and foe—they ...
B. C. MEETS U. OF V. 19TH Boston to See Kibbee in Action. Dempsey and Haley Bat .300 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
B. C. MEETS U. OF V. 19TH Boston to See Kibbee in Action. Dempsey and Haley Bat .300 Line-up of Monday's game has Kibbee slated against Jimmie "Fitz." Students look forward to a pitching duel. BATTING ORDER Boston College Univ. Vermont Corrigan, If (Capt.) ss., Hamilton Bond, ss (Capt.) cf., Brock Dempsey, cf 2nd, Conlin O'Regan, c Ist, MoGinnis Halligan, Ist 3r"d, Harris Comerford, rd.rf., Garrity, Fitzpatrick Haley, 2nd If., Burns Madden, rf c, Spillane, Tryon. Fitzpatrick, p p, Kibbee With several days fast practice behind the team, and bone sores from the southern trip wearing away, Capt. Billie Bond predicts a fast game with the snappy Vermont nine. B. C. opened up its season at "Old Rose Hill" with the cold weather nipping the wings of the nine. Early in the game, it developed into a pitching duel. McNamara, the Fordham star twirler, was excellently supported, but Halligan's homer salted the game for B. C. 'Score: B. C. 3, Fordham 2. At West Point, the sun came out, but a shar...
THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
THE HEIGHTS BOSTON COLLEGE WEEKLY Published on Fridays during tUe terms as outlined in the Catalogue Editor JOHN D. RING, '20 Associate Editors EDMUND A. HIGGINS, '20 ELIAS F. SHAMON, '20 Staff JOHN B. DONAHUE, '21 charles J. McCarthy, '22 HAROLD SULLIVAN, '21 WALTER HYLAND, '23 Art Department J. ROBERT BRAWLEY, '20 ROBERT P. WALSH, '22 Advertising- Manager THOMAS F. MAHAN, '22 Circulation Manager JAMES E. DONAHUE, '21 Subscription Rate, $1.50 per year SINGLE COPY, FIVE CENTS Advertising rates furnished on request. Application for entry as second-class matter at the post-office at Boston pending. Materia,! for insertion must be in the hands of the Editor before 2.30 P. M. on Monday.
WE RISE TO REMARK [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
WE RISE TO REMARK With this issue of the Weekly, we take a step which, as we confidently expect, is but the first of a series which will bring our publication to the standard merited by the position of B. C. in the collegiate world. We have encountered difficulties even with the smaller sheet, but it is with no fear or uncertainty that we extend our scope, knowing that the need is manifestly evident, i In spite of our blunt statements relating to existing abuses and our direct attacks on weaknesses in certain quarters, we are just conceited enough to imagine that we have made a few friends. At all events we refuse to slacken our pace or change our tactics. Anything that savors of retrogression will be forced to undergo the ordeal of publicity. Diximus. Let the blood be spilt. Think not, however, that our delight will be ever to seize upon that which besmirches and contaminates, for be it known that cases demanding excoriation and the barbed shaft are nearly in total eclipse. You wil...
HAVE YOU A SIDELINE? [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
HAVE YOU A SIDELINE? A false impression has very generally pervaded the minds of students on the Heights. It is the current opinion that for two years a man must remain carefully and conscientiously submerged, never presuming to dispute the rights of upper classmen to all that is desirable in college activities. The third and sometimes the fourth year is necessary to coax the reticent youth from his self-appointed hermitage to find that those of his more aggressive brothers have usurped the roles of doers, and there remain only positions for onlookers. Resignedly he submits, and the essence of college life is lost to him completely. Advocate the rash and uncouth advances of the unbridled freshman? Never! The suggestion is repulsive. What we want is some systematized method of advising the members of the younger classes as to their plan of action, so that their senior year will not be one of regrets. Those who come to us fresh every year are in great part unsettled in their desires a...
BANQUET OF CLASS OF '19, B. C. HIGH [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
BANQUET OF CLASS OF '19, B. C. HIGH On April 6, one hundred and twentytwo members of the class of '19, B. C. High, assembled at the Boston City Club "To dine and reminisce." A timely talk on "Catholic Training," was given by Rev. Bernard S. O'Kane. The entertainment was furnished by the members of the Class and by the Mandolin Club of the College.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
JAMES W. BRINE CO. ATHLETIC OUTFITTERS FOR "BOSTON COLLEGE TENNIS : BATHING : BOXING WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BASEBALL SUPPLIES 286 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass* Three Doors from Summer Street Write or Call for our Catalog. Special Prices to Boston College Students Sullivan Bros., Inc. 63 Summer Street, Boston, Mass. tjOTm^ READY=TO = WEAk CLOTHES •Is^\W FOR COLLEGE MEN ljf| M $35.00 to $70.00 fmjf "Sampeck" Student Clothes "T|/ Standard of America *-is wmkili $40.00 to $60.00 W WL SPECIAL: 5% Discount to Boston College Students c- I "''''"'.._ '' LAST DIVIDEND DECLARED AT RATE OF OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT With the Federal Trust Co. JOSEPH H. O'NEIL, President WATER and DEVONSHIRE STREET, BOSTON Deposits go on Interest Monthly. TOTAL RESOURCES OVER $18,000,000 New accounts may be opened in person or by mail
Sports JAKE DRISCOLL HOLDS WORLD'S RECORD Wins Bishop Hayes $1,000 Trophy [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
Sports JAKE DRISCOLL HOLDS WORLD'S RECORD Wins Bishop Hayes $1,000 Trophy The world's record for the indoor quarter-mile — the Bishop Hayes Trophy — and the Colonel Gaston Trophy: all three are the property of our famous star, Jake Driscoll, who, now that he has regained his health, holds the admiring eye of sportdom, and has begun to prove George Brown a prophet. George Brown knew whereof he spoke, in announcing that James W. Driscoll will be champion of the middle distance course. New York has learned to root for him, and well it may. In 10 days Jake performed there twice, on the first occasion lopping off four-fifths of a second from Ted Meredith's mark of one minute flat, which had held for nearly six years, establishing a new World's Record of 59 1-5 seconds for the indoor quarter mile. Then came the Knights of Columbus games last Saturday night in the 22d Regiment Armory, when by a thrilling finish in the feature 600, Jake carried the tape with a victory over Dorsey Griffith o...
HARVARD SENDS GREETINGS TO B. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
HARVARD SENDS GREETINGS TO B. C. While our radio was singing merrily for the first time, the Harvard operator took occasion to greet the B. C. station, and welcome it to the other collegiate stations at Boston. The installation of our wireless outfit is completed, and every afternoon it may be heard singing the song of dots and dashes. Our Radio Club is one of the most active organizations in the college, and the speed with which the station was installed and the activity of the members bespeak splendid results.
ARLINGTON B. C. DANCE APRIL 16 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
ARLINGTON B. C. DANCE APRIL 16 President William D. Power, of the Arlington B. C. Club, announces the first annual dancing party of his organization. The Robbins Memorial Town Hall at Arlington has been secured for the 16th of April, and the committee on arrangements promise the customary delightful time that characterizes all the B. C. dances of the various clubs. Invitations may be secured from President Power, of the Senior Class.
KEEN INTEREST IN PRIZE CONTESTS Opportunity Still Open For Entries in Science Contest [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
KEEN INTEREST IN PRIZE CONTESTS Opportunity Still Open For Entries in Science Contest The open season for prize competition in scholarship has arrived. Three special contests open to all students will take place early in May. So few names were submitted in the Science Contest, it is evident some oversight has occurred. With the subject of the essay on Radio Telegraphy the active Radio Club should account for the oversight. The best essay on "Receivers and Transmitters of Undamped Oscillations" will receive the prize of $25.00 in gold. The office will accept more entries in this contest. For the prize of $50.00 offered for the best literary essay on "Sound Moral Prineiples are of the Essence of Great Art," a well balanced conflict is looked for, judging from the array of names submitted. This prize is the gift of the Alumni Association. All essays are limited to 3,000 words and must be left at the Dean's office May 3rd. The real competition will be the battle for the oratorical prize...
DANCE OF THE EAST BOSTON B. C. CLUB Noddle Islanders Have Merry Time [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
DANCE OF THE EAST BOSTON B. C. CLUB Noddle Islanders Have Merry Time From nine on "Wednesday evening to one o'clock the following morning, East Boston rocked with pleasure and acknowledged the superiority of B. C. men as dancers and entertainers. The first dance of the B. C. Club of the Island was a brilliant success. Dignified Seniors glided enthusiastically over the glossy surface of Music Hall, and the friends of the College, both ladies and gentlemen, were amazed at the social qualities of the fellows from the Heights. To the officers, Louis A. Kane, '20, President; Joseph M. Moran, '20, VicePresident; and Irving T. Gregory, '21, Secretary-Treasurer; , ; ap well as \to Paul Rooney and prominent members of the Alumni, including Joseph Kelly, Joseph A. McHugh, Thomas J. Fitzpatrick of the B. C. High Faculty, John A. Canovan, '18, "Gerry" McCarthy, '16, Joseph M. Leonard and "Johnny" Douglas, alumnus of B. C. and Georgetown, is due the credit of furnishing the people of East Boston...
As We See Em [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
As We See Em by "Bosco" The Dean recently gave evidence of his interest in athletics. "Jake" Driseoll had to clip a second off the 500yard record in order to get home before the Easter vacation was over. Tip to the Dramatic Club: Let Hamlet hold a bottle of Sloan's Liniment in his hand while he announces "There's the rub." The financial editor informs us that the Dean recently purchased 5,000 condition slips at a cost of $20. These will be retailed to the students for a total of $15,000. Page Hoover. The income tax on "Jake" Driscoll's 1920 trophies amounts to $4,289.89. The Glee Club was well supported by the student body last Friday afternoon. Dinny Lyons extended his support to some members of the Phil. O.Math. Dinnis claims he wore out a pair of shoes —not his own. Some one asked Joe White what he thought of the floor. How would Joe know —he only stepped on it once. Nursery Note: Freshman refuses to eat mint jelly at a banquet. Said he would have some later on when it got ripe. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 16 April 1920
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