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USE SMOKING ROOM [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
USE SMOKING ROOM Signor Boyle has spent much time in making our smoking room attractive. A few days ago, brightened and bedecked with an art square, a director's table and a squad of chairs, our basement smoking room resembled the lobby of the Prince George. Signor Boyle urges the students to use the smoking room during recreation, as it would greatly relieve the congestion in our popular dining room.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
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LOWELL B. C. CLUB CONCERT Musical Clubs Appear at Strand Theatre [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
LOWELL B. C. CLUB CONCERT Musical Clubs Appear at Strand Theatre What promises to be the greatest concert ever held in the history of the Musical Clubs of Boston College will be held at the Strand Theatre in Lowell tonight. At the time of going to ;press there were but four tickets remaining to be sold. Lowell, which has always seemed in the eyes of many Boston College men to be a more village, situated somewhere in this great commonwealth, next to nowhere, has attempted to do something which no Boston College club has ever attempted "that of bringing the Glee Club and band to their home town." The Lowell Club decided to boost things up for Boston College even if it is situated far away from Boston. It has shown what it can do for 'Alma Mater," and let it be said has become the pioneer of this movement. The proceeds of this concert, which promise to be a considerable sum. are to be given wholly to the fund for the new science building. Lowell is well represented in the Glee Club, ha...
JOHN MULCAHY ELECTED PRESIDENT Plans Big Year [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
JOHN MULCAHY ELECTED PRESIDENT Plans Big Year John Mulcahy, class of 1017, was elected the first president of the Dorchester B. C. Club. Following is the list of officers elected: Vice-president, John J. Joyce, '20; secretary, John J. Hennessey, '17; treasurer, Thomas D. Craven, '17; executive committee, H. J. Sullivan. '21, chairman, Wm. E. Daly, '18, Augustine L. Rafter. The executive committee is planning a very active season next winter. It is their intention to have several meetings at which friends of the members will attend, and to have professors from the college deliver addresses on current topics. The club believes it can lead the way and establish the precedent of having the Boston College Club in each community a center of culture and radiate the Catholic atmosphere and Catholic thought on questions of the day. The club also considered the advisability of admitting seniors at B. C. High. This matter was considered favorably, and it is hoped that all other B. C. Clubs wil...
'TENTION CLASS OF '90 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
'TENTION CLASS OF '90 Mr. John B. Drum, Tremont Building, Boston, wishes all his classmates to communicate with him so that he may arrange for the class reunion. It is some time since the class of '90 had a reunion, and with all of the B. C. classes running strong for class prestige, '90 should revive its organization and take its place of honor among the older graduates.
TRACK SWEATER AND LETTER AWARDS ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
TRACK SWEATER AND LETTER AWARDS ANNOUNCED Announcement of letter winners in track has been made by the Athletic Association. Sweater and letter are awarded to Captain William Dempsey, James W. (Jake) Driscoll, Phil Corrigan, Joseph Sullivan, William Nolan, Walter Downey, Raymond Drugan, Leonard Dolan, David Mullen, Edward Brean, Edward Bell, Coach John Ryder, Manager Thomas McXaraara and Assistant Manager James Donahue.
GALA MAY DAY ON THE HEIGHTS Under Auspices of Philomatheia [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
GALA MAY DAY ON THE HEIGHTS Under Auspices of Philomatheia Arrangements for a gala May day at Boston College on next Saturday are rapidly approaching completion. The festival promises to mark a new epoch in the annals of the Heights. Members of the Philomatheia Club under the direction of Mrs. Vincent Roberts have been working earnestly for the festival's success, the proceeds of which will be devoted to the tuna for the erection of a new building. There will be competitive races and feature games for the children. With dusk moving pictures will be shown in one of the college buildings. The music will be furnished by the Nazareth Cecilian Orchestra. Dance accompanist will be Miss Mary Haverty. Dances are in charge of Mrs. Denis Mahoney. The doll table is under the supervision of Mr. Thomas F. Reynolds; the food table, Mrs. T. F. Troy. Tickets are in charge of Mrs. John A. Berrigan. Mrs. John P. Reed is chairman of the children's committee. Members of the committee are Mrs. John F. C...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
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Sports B. C. FINISHES FOURTH AT N. E. INTERCOLLEGIATES Captain Dempsey, Driscoll and Sullivan Capture 16 Points [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
Sports B. C. FINISHES FOURTH AT N. E. INTERCOLLEGIATES Captain Dempsey, Driscoll and Sullivan Capture 16 Points With a heavy fall of rain throughout the afternoon, and a track at some places ankle deep with water, our athletes were unable to finish better than fourth in the New England Intercollegiate held at Tech Field last Saturday. It would be hard to imagine more discouraging conditions than those which handicapped the athletes, and the marvel is that such creditable performances were turned in. Practically the only persons who witnessed the meet were the officials, newspapermen and the competitors themselves. During the course of the afternoon B. C.'s athletes picked up sixteen points, which enabled us to finish In fourth place, two points behind Williams. Tech finished in the lead with 33 points, with Brown a close second with 30 points. Capt. Bill Dempsey scored three points in the broad jump, Joe Sullivan eight, with a first in the high and a second in the low hurdles, and "...
NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATES SATURDAY B. C. Pins Hopes on "Jake" Driscoll and Joe Sullivan [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATES SATURDAY B. C. Pins Hopes on "Jake" Driscoll and Joe Sullivan Tomorrow at Franklin Field, Philadelphia, the pick of the country's collegiate athletes will battle for supremacy at the Xational Intercollegiate games. At these games the freshman rule prevails. Boston College, therefore, has sent only three men to the meet, "Jake" Driscoll for the quarter and half-mile, Joe Sullivan for both hurdles, and Ray Drugan for the discus and broad jump. The experts who cover track sports for the Xew York dailies do not concede our representation a point, but there is many a small college star who is going to have his finger in the point pie tomorrow. The quarter-mile appears to offer the closest competition of the day with the following half a dozen best men in the country entered: Eby and .Alaxam of Penn., Mayer of Cornell, Shea of Pittsburgh, Griffith of Georgetown, Driscoll of Boston College. That sextette should break anything short of an automobile record. Joe Sul...
STAR ATHLETES LEAVE FOR ANNAPOLIS To Train With Navy Representatives [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
STAR ATHLETES LEAVE FOR ANNAPOLIS To Train With Navy Representatives "Jake" Driscoll and Walter Downey leave this week for Annapolis, where they are to train with the athletes who are to represent the U. S. Navy at the meet to be held in Antwerp between the navies of the different nations of the world. This meet is to be held shortly after the Olympic games. They will be given an opportunity to compete at some one of the tryouts for the Olympic games, and if successful will compete in Boston on July 17th in the final trials for the Olympics. However, whether they compete in the Olympics or not, both will sail on the IT. S. S. Frederick, a scout cruiser, to represent the U. S. Navy.
RADIO CLUB PUTS UP TELEPHONE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
RADIO CLUB PUTS UP TELEPHONE The activities of the Radio Club have increased and become of great assistance to the college. Last Tuesday afternoon, under the able guidance of President Everett J. Ford and Walter Furlong, both of the class of '21, the club installed a telephone which runs from the athletic field to the wireless room. In this way, Chief Operator Ford will receive the details of the baseball games by telephone from the field, and will in turn send them out by wireless. The club is to be complimented on its fine work as this is only another means of "Boosting'B. C."
FOOTBALL AT FORDHAM Will Play Boston College Nov. 9th at Alumni Field [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
FOOTBALL AT FORDHAM Will Play Boston College Nov. 9th at Alumni Field After three years' rest the official pigskin will again be booted at the Bronx college. In 1919 Fordham had an S. A. T. C. football team but had no team in the field last year. A telegram received this week requested a place on the 1920-21 schedule. Eager to resume old relations, Graduate Manager Reynolds has scheduled the New York team for the Saturday before the Yale game. Rumor has it that Charlie Brickley, now in New York, may coach the Fordham eleven.
TUFTS AT THE HEIGHTS 'Holiday Game Monday Promises Big League Playing [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
TUFTS AT THE HEIGHTS 'Holiday Game Monday Promises Big League Playing Despite the weather Coach Tom McCarthy has that sunshine in him that _draws out the confidence which has already repositioned the team. A good baseball day on the 31st and Tufts will willingly, we hope, arrange for a third game. With the Johns Hopkins game cancelled, a third game with the University of Vermont will be scheduled, according to the plans of Graduate Manager Reynolds. Our rival from Worcester will be allowed a third game, too, if they pull the unexpected. Monday a new line-up will face Weafer of Tufts. Billie Bond takes Phil Corrigan's berth. Other shifts in the inner garden are "Russ" Haley covering shortstop, Cody on second, and Corrigan at third.
"JAKE" ELECTED CAPTAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
"JAKE" ELECTED CAPTAIN On the eve of his departure to Annapolis, "Jake" Driscoll was unanimously elected Captain of the Track Team for next year. "Jake" has the best wishes of The Heights, the faculty, and the student body for a very successful track team next year, and this hope is even now certain of fulfilment under the double guarantee of the popular leadership of "Jake" and the careful and brilliant work of Coach Ryder.
MARQUETTE TEAM DEBATES IN COHASSET Enthusiastic Time Under K. of C. Auspices [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
MARQUETTE TEAM DEBATES IN COHASSET Enthusiastic Time Under K. of C. Auspices On Tuesday, May IS, about one thousand residents of Hingham and Cohasset gathered in the Cohasset town hall at the invitation of the Cohasset Council of the K. of C. to listen to a debate between two teams of the Marquette Debating Society of Boston College. Preceding the debate, the Rev. Arthur J. McCaffray, S. J., clean of the college, spoke to the assemblage on the great advantages of Catholic education. Father McCaffray' spoke in vigorous terms of the present situation in the field of education, and urged upon his hearers the stern necessity of preparing the youth of the country according to the principles of sound education, that, at a later date they may properly fulfil the duMes of citizenship. In particular, he spoke of the present great opportunities for the student at Boston College, emphasized the prospects of the college and stated that more and more the Heights institution will appeal to a wide...
SHAKESPEARIAN PAGEANT NEXT FRIDAY EVENING Biggest Social Event of Current Year [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
SHAKESPEARIAN PAGEANT NEXT FRIDAY EVENING Biggest Social Event of Current Year The Boston College Dramatic Association will wind up its brilliant season with its annual Shakespearian production on the night of June 4th. This year the faculty director, Rev. William E. Murphy, S. J., has inaugurated a departure from the old standards of past years. The "Comedy of Errors" is to be staged in true Shakespearian style, continuous and without change in scenery. The library wall with its varicolored windows, and the tower with its Gothic arches and pinnacled roof will furnish the background for a carefully planned setting. The spot on the lawn behind the recitation building has been chosen not only for its beauty but its splendid acoustic properties. A specially selected cast has been carefully tutored in the mannerisms and characteristics of the period, for some weeks past. An artistic success is assured. Edward Finnegan, Morgan Ryan and Joseph Pate of "Helping Father" fame are prominent i...