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FOR THE SCIENCE BUILDING FUND Lowell B. C. Arrange Concert [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 May 1920
FOR THE SCIENCE BUILDING FUND Lowell B. C. Arrange Concert No detail has been overlooked to secure a corner on attraction next Friday night at Lowell. It will be Boston College night vat the Strand Theatre and the B. C. Club of Lowell is telling the world about it. It means another banner day for the Building Fund. The musical clubs have worked up a new repertoire since the concert at Jordan Hall, and the entertainment at Lowell will be as big and attractive as that was. In his own town Walter Mack, President of the Glee Club, will be first soloist.
"RADIO" CLUB ACTIVE Members Hope to Get Licenses By June 1st [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 May 1920
"RADIO" CLUB ACTIVE Members Hope to Get Licenses By June 1st In spite of the fact that we do not hear much of the "Radio" Club, its members are far from being "dead." Classes are being conducted on every Tuesday and Thursday evenings, with a view to having the fifteen active members get amateur's licenses by the first of June. The latest achievement of the club is the effecting of connections with a station in Maine. The club is at present talking about having a "social," but as yet no definite arrangements have been made. •
JUNIOR CLASS ELECTIONS Charles A. Coyle Re-elected by Big Margin [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 May 1920
JUNIOR CLASS ELECTIONS Charles A. Coyle Re-elected by Big Margin At a meeting of the Junior Class. last Wednesday, officers were electel to serve during the Senior yeav. Charles A. Coyle of Lawrence was reelected to the position of Class President. In recognition of their services to the college on the athletic held, James J. Fitzpatrick and Louis Urban were chosen vice-presidents. The choice was unanimous and the honor equal. J. J. Sullivan, the blonde hurdler, was elected treasurer, and Eugene J. Sullivan, of debating and dramatic fame, won the position of secretary. The class looks forward to a very successful Senior year under the guidance of such officers.
A CHALLENGE TO THE BEST [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 May 1920
A CHALLENGE TO THE BEST Capt. "Tom" Dee of the "Condition A. C." —a team composed of Sophomore "D" men, says his squad is ready to meet any class-team in the college. "Tom" has gathered a fine nine around him, comprising such men as "Jim Connolly, Garbarino, and "Charlie" Gallagher.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 21 May 1920
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WENNERBERG WRITES FROM SIBERIA Describes Conditions [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
WENNERBERG WRITES FROM SIBERIA Describes Conditions Following is portion of letter from Lieut. Fred Wennerberg, '15, now in Siberia, to Mr. Willis, '90: M Co., 27th Inf., A. E. F., Siberia December 31, 1919. My dear Mr. Willis: On the last day of 1919, I turn to greet an old instructor and friend. While directing a little dramatic production here that is to christen the New Year with appropriate doughboy roughneck highjinks, my thoughts turned back to the old days when I wrestled with classic drama under your inimitable tutelege, and I said I must write a letter to Mr. Willis. No sooner said than done. Here we are, yes, here we are. Where, well, take a look at your atlas, about 2,000 miles west of the Port of Vladivostok, you will find Lake Baikal, "Slavne Mare," that famous sea on the Selenga River, where it empties into the mighty lake, is the location of the platoon outpost which I have commanded for some time past. You see I have followed Horace Greeley's advice and moved occide...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
The War Memorial Volume must be complete. As a tribute from Alma Mater to her sons, it cannot afford to slight any one of them; and as an historical record, it is imperative tha it be perfect. Each present student, therefore, who in any way participated in the World War, — S. A. T. C. service at Boston College excepted,—should make sure that his service record has been received by the Committee in charge. Questionnaires may be secured from the office of The Heights or The Stylus. When answered, they should be returned to either one of these offices. To date, returns from the various classes are as follows: Senior—22, Junior—l 6, Sophomore—l, Freshman—6. It is felt that some students have not handed in as yet their record. Prompt attention to this duty is urged upon all such. Co-operation with this undertaking is necessary for its success.
JAMES E. DONAHUE, '21 ELECTED PRESIDENT Becomes Chief Executive of N. E. I. A. A. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
JAMES E. DONAHUE, '21 ELECTED PRESIDENT Becomes Chief Executive of N. E. I. A. A. Mr. James E. Donahue, manager of Track Athletics at Boston College for the coming year was elected last Saturday morning President of the New England Intercollegiate Athletic Association, at a meeting held by the Executive Committee of the Association. He had been placed in nomination the previous evening by Mr. Thomas McNamara, '20, present Manager of Track at. the Heights, and B. C. representative on the Executive Committee, at the conclusion of a banquet tendered the committee by Major Frank Briggs of the B. A. A. Mr. Donahue's opponent was the Assistant Manager of Track of New Hampshire Stale, this position being vacant at the moment at the White Mountain institution. The final vote stood ten to two, an almost unanimous support, which assures Mr. Donahue of certain success in the management of the affairs of the association. Mr. McNamara, upon his retirement from the Executive Committee, thanked th...
MORGAN T. RYAN WINS B. C. C. A. PRESIDENCY Charles McCabe and Tom Salmon Take Other Positions [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
MORGAN T. RYAN WINS B. C. C. A. PRESIDENCY Charles McCabe and Tom Salmon Take Other Positions As a result of Tuesday's elections, the following men were installed as officers of the Boston College Athletic Association: President, Morgan T. Ryan; Vice-President, Charles McCabe; Secretary, Thomas Salmon. The intense interest of the student body in the election was manifested by the large vote cast. Mr. Ryan won by a large majority, while the race in the other departments was very close. The election was preceded by a torrid campaign, which had all the flxin's except the red-fire. In former years the candidates have remained in quiet seclusion previous to the opening of the polls. Times have changed. The lunch room walls took the place of a whole avenue of telephone poles in supporting the modest claims of the candidates. The campaign ended in a blaze of glory the day before the elections; with a mass meeting in the Assembly Hall, Mr. Mulligan introduced each of the four candidates. Mr...
HAROLD J. SULLIVAN, '21, WINS ORATORICAL CONTEST "A Reply to the Loyal Coalition" Was His Subject [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
HAROLD J. SULLIVAN, '21, WINS ORATORICAL CONTEST "A Reply to the Loyal Coalition" Was His Subject Harold J. W. Sullivan of Junior and of The Heights staff, delivering "A Reply to the Loyal Coalition," was awarded the purse of $50 in gold, the coveted prize for excellence in the annual oratorical contest. The contest was held last Friday evening in the Assembly Hall. The quality of the papers delivered by the nine contestants and their manner of delivery may be gleaned from the statement made by Daniel J. Gallagher, chairman of the board of judges. No college in the state, with the possible exception of Holy Cross, said Mr. Gallagher, could present an oratorical display by speakers of the age of the nine contestants that would be a match for the Boston College contest. William O. Power, '20, was first speaker of the evening. "Joan of Arc" was his theme. "The Church and Democracy" was treated by Morgan T. Ryan of Junior; Joseph H. Mulligan, '20, presented a paper on "America's Peril."...
THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
THE HEIGHTS BOSTON COLLEGE WEEKLY Published on Fridays during the terms as outlined in the Catalogue, by the Students of Boston College, Chestnut Hill Branch, Boston 07, Mass. Editor JOHN D. RING, *20 Associate Editors EDMUND A. HIGGINS, '20 ELI AS F. SHAMON, '20 Staff JOHN B. DONAHUE, '21 charles J. McCarthy, '22 HAROLD SULLIVAN, '21 WALTER HYLAND, '22 Art Department J. ROBERT BRAWLEY, '20 ROBERT P. WALSH, '22 Advertising Manager THOMAS F. MAHAN, '22 Circulation Manager JAMES E. DONAHUE, '21 Staff Photographer CORNELIUS SHERLOCK* 22 Assistant Advertising Manager FRANK MONAHAN, '22 % — ' Subscription Rate, $1.50 per year SINGLE COPY, FIVE CENTS Advertising rates furnished on request. Entered as mail matter of the second class at the Post Office at Boston, Mass. Materia] for insertion must be in the hands of the Editor before 2.30 P. M. on Monday.
CLASS DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
CLASS DAY The Senior Committee on Commencement Week activities is working on plans which promise one of the most eventful class days ever to be witnessed at the Heights. If their expectations are fulfilled, the memory will linger long and pleasantly in the minds of those in attendance. The special feature involves the cooperation of the Alumni, and it is to that loyal body we address this appeal. We cannot urge our graduates too strongly to be there with their Class on Class Day, which falls on June 2i', and emphasize the spirit that pervades their ranks. It is the desire of the Senior Class that on that day, the Alumni assemble at the college and march to the field in class groups. Distinctive class insignia is desirable and should be taken up by the individual classes. This Alumni procession can be made most impressive, hut everything depends on a generous turnout. Members of the graduated classes, set a precedent and make sacrifices to be With us. Another specialty, and one that ...
ADDENDA DE ALUMNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
ADDENDA DE ALUMNIS 'SO. John Kelly, loyal B. C. alumnus, is reported on the staff of the Boston Globe. '93. Wm. J. Parker has been appointed to the position of Boston representative of the Boston Musical Record. '95. Timothy J. Collins, former editor of the Stylus, is now on the staff of the Boston Globe. '93. Rev. Thomas R. McCary, who built St. Mary's Church in West Quincy, is now located as pastor in Charlestown. '10. Lewis White is reported teaching school in Boston. '14. James A. Dunbar. Engagement of Miss Anna Guinnee and James A. Dunbar, both of Charles town, has been announced. '15. John A. Fleming, athlete and actor, is reported with Post &amp; Lester Company of Boston. '15. John A. Lahive, Stylus editor and medal winner, is reported teaching in the Boston schools. John is an overseas veteran, returning but a short time ago. '15. Thomas D. Craven, football playor, has been elected to office in the B. C. Club of Dorchester. '16. Francis Keefe is reported with the Vim...
HEAR YE! ALUMNI [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
HEAR YE! ALUMNI The alumni editor wishes to thank the graduates for their generous and prompt response for his appeal for news. Though the column is but a month old letters have been received from Lieut. Warren Clear, now in China, from Lieut. Fred Wennerberg. at Lake Baikal, Russia, John McCarthy and Jack Gillespie in Cuba. With continued co-operation like this, the alumni column can be made a valuable medium in bringing together graduates away from home, and also act as a clearing house for the latest information and movements of some of our globe-trotting alumni.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
Graduation Gifts A watch received at graduation is y*?**&gt;'C~' especially treasured. It is always jt£MssL ;-$H &gt;'* serviceabe. It is a frequent re- //*"- V~ * minder of the giver and of the imt JsAx*r - / &amp; &gt;: &lt;a portant occasion when it was re\'.M f, '&amp;T SSL Wt Our watches arc of the best manu- ' ~'W fad urc and arc sold at prices with- , , . -&amp;J in the reach of all. \k , i# r - Charles A. Birmingham, Bostyi "Jp ton Colle K e - lf)l °. will be pleased to '■•"« &gt;-mi£jgdr £ ive llis personal attention to Boston College trade. I C. A. W. CROSBY &lt;&amp; SONS CHARLES A. BIRMINGHAM, PRESIDENT 480 Washington Street (Corner Avon St.) Boston ' Established 1852 Elevator to Third Floor j I The BOSTON COLLEGE DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION presents "THE COMEDY OF ERRORS" on the College Lawn •$■ FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, AT 8.15 Your Error if You Miss These Errors TICKETS, $1.00 SEE JOS. PATE (jpratn...
COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS SELECTED Representatives of Senior Class Highly Regarded By Prospective Graduates [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS SELECTED Representatives of Senior Class Highly Regarded By Prospective Graduates As a result of the trials held Wedlesclay, May 19, in the Assembly Hall, o determine the Commencement peakers at the graduation, the followng were chosen: Edward L. Roddan, Ohomas F. McNamara, Thomas F. canlan and Richard S. McShane. vlany took the trials and the presentaion of the speeches gave the judges a difficult task to decide the winners. The fortunate ones, the senior class realizes, have been representative of the class during the past four years in every phase of collegiate activity and on this fact, they are in truth highly deserving of the honor of representing the class before its friends and relatives on Commencement Day. The speakers for Class Day will be chosen by the class in a few days.
MAY DEVOTIONS NEAR END Devotions at Shrine in Rotunda Largely Attended [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
MAY DEVOTIONS NEAR END Devotions at Shrine in Rotunda Largely Attended The example set by the senior class during the first week of May, when the majority of the upper classmen, led by their president, Thomas F. Scanlan, co-operated daily to make the attendance at the May devotions to the shrine held in the Rotunda, active and representative of the school, has reacted beneficially upon the other three classes as has been amply manifested by the enthusiasm and spirit permeating the services. Day after day, the sight of more than five hundred students taking part in the exercises, has generated an irrepressible feeling of contentment and admiration, not only in the students, but also in the members of the faculty. It is this external manifestation of our internal devotion to our religion that makes for favorable comment. Much credit is to be given to the junior, sophomore and freshman classes for their activity and conscientious participation in the good work begun by the seniors. Mr....