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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920
Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 28 May 1920

CURTIS SHOE CO. Quality Shoes at Moderate Prices •&> TWO STORES 12 Hanover Street 357 Washington Street Near Scollay Sq. Near Bromfield OPEN EVENINGS WE STAND BACK OF EVERY PAIR II I~' Telephone Fort Hill ,i36ft A CHECK BOOK of the Exchange Trust Company gives you instant Compliments control of your funds, to- , gether with absolute security—and an accurate record of receipts and JOHN J. MORAN disbursements. Exchange Trust Company 1 Court St., Aitnsßldg., 124 Boylstan St THE TALBOT COMPANY C'apitoJ ajid Surplus $3,OO«,0O0.O0 Clothins, Fnrnishinc'S and Hats _ mHHHHBHBnnH& 3<J "» Washington St., P.oston E. L. GRIMES CO. PRINTERS OF PUBLICATIONS INCLUDING "THE HEIGHTS" 122 PEARL ST. * BOSTON, MASS. BROOKLINE TRUST CO. BROOKLINE VILLAGE COOLIDGE CORNER Deposits draw interest from last day of each month Last Dividend 4^% We solicit accounts in our Commercial and Savings Department Engraving for School and Comfort SpeCS in shell College . , fo...

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

THE HEIGHTS BOSTON -COLLEGE -WEEKLY •R'PW'iT^ VOL. 1 BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MASS., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, ]920 NO. 24

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
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B. C. GRADUATE IN CHINA Lieut. Clear Describes Famous Jesuit Observatory [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

B. C. GRADUATE IN CHINA Lieut. Clear Describes Famous Jesuit Observatory Following are extracts from letter of Lieutenant Warren Clear, 'IS, to his classmate, Mr. Daniel Harkins. Lieut. Clear will be recalled as a leader in his class, winner of the oratorical contests and an athlete. After the signing of the armistice, Lieut Clear elected to remain in the service and accepted assignment to foreign service in China, and is now serving on the military intelligence staff with headquarters in the Philippines. There is little of China that Lieut. Clear has not visited. iUready he has received several tempting offers of civilian positions, cne as correspondent for a newspaper syndicate and another from the Standard Oil Company, but he has found the work in the army ro fascinating and full of experience that, despite promising offers he has remained with the colors. "Dear "The enclosed views will prove to you that you cannot get away from the Jesuits —even in China. These pictures were tak...

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
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PRES. DEVLIN RETURNS FROM CONFERENCE Educational Problems Discussed [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

PRES. DEVLIN RETURNS FROM CONFERENCE Educational Problems Discussed Rev. William Devlin, President of Boston College, returned last week from the educational conference held at Washington, to which the presidents of the various colleges throughout the United States were invited. The conference did little or nothing to solve the difficulties with which we are face to face today in the matter cf education. The first two days were devoted to discussions between the various presidents, at which they were given an opportunity to discuss the different phases cf education, and propose ways of solving the difficulties and abuses now in vogue. The results of these discussions were negligible. On the third day the meeting was addressed by Representative Towner, sponser of the Smith-Towner bill for Federalized education, who pointed out the many faults in the present system, and urged the need of a secretary of education at Washington, who would merely supervise, but not. control education. To...

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Source: Boston College
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NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATES Drsicoll Scores in 440 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

NATIONAL INTERCOLLEGIATES Drsicoll Scores in 440 In one of the most gruelling track meets held in years, the University of Pennsylvania topped Princeton in the I. C. A. A. meet held in Philadelphia Saturday. The events were thrilling and the scoring well divided. In fact, the choice of a winner could not be decided before the last event, the 220-yard race, was held. Dartmouth placed third, despite her small entry list. Earl Thomson, her stellar hurdler, was easily the hero of the day. Besides breaking the intercollegiate record set by Bob Simpson of the University of Missouri in 1906, in topping the high hurdles in 14 2-5 seconds, he established a new world's record for the event. The western colleges figured quite prominently in the scoring. California placed fifth with Leland Stanford a close sixth. Our New England colleges did net fare so well. Harvard was high with points, M. I. T. with , and B. C. came into the scoring column with one point. This year Boston College made her de...

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Source: Boston College
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CARNIVAL OF CARNAGE Sophs Best Freshmen in Flag Rush [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

CARNIVAL OF CARNAGE Sophs Best Freshmen in Flag Rush While the movie camera clicked and the band played mournful music the cohorts of freshman and sophomore assem'tAed. gave utterance to several blood-curdling yells, demanded raw meat —and then the fun began. Early in the fray "Thumbs Down" McSweeney was disbarred for illegal use of a claw hammer. Frank Morrissey and Ted Madden were mounted on the goal-posts to guard the Soph banner. When the post cracked under the strain, they plunged into the lake of blood and did heroic service in the cause of their class. The infantile battlers looked upon the fall of the goal as a lucky omen and tore into the altercation with new pep. At this point the rag of contention parted company with itself and the general melee dissolved into a score of minor brawls. Harry Mullowney entered the joust equipped with spiked shoes. He was hauled out by the referee and it is thought he" will be in shape to pitch one of the Holy Cross games. The movie camera m...

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Source: Boston College
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RECITAL TO BE GIVEN UNDER AUSPICES OF DRAMATIC AND GLEE CLUBS Exceptional Talent to Appear [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

RECITAL TO BE GIVEN UNDER AUSPICES OF DRAMATIC AND GLEE CLUBS Exceptional Talent to Appear On next Friday afternoon, June 11th, at 3 P. M., a recital is to be given under the auspices of the Dramatic Club and also the Glee Club, as a testimonial to the patrons and patronesses of the two clubs, in recognition of their valuable services during the year. The Seniors and their friends are likewise to be guests of honor. The concert is being arranged under the personal supervision of Fr. Murphy, director of dramatics, which augers well for the success of the affair. He has secured the services of several of the most talented musicians in Boston, including Miss Marjorie Church, who has proved by her extraordinary continental successes, that; she is a pianist whose powers place her among the leading artists now appearing before the public. She has toured Austria, Germany and England with eminent success. Miss Church is exceptionally talented, possessing a highly developed technique, an unc...

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

THE HEIGHTS BOSTON COLLEGE WEEKLY Published on Fridays during the terms as outlined in the Catalogue, by the Students of Boston College, Chestnut lIiU Branch, Boston (IT, Mass. i Editor JOHN D. RIXG, '20 Associate Editors EDMUND A. HIGGINS, '20 ELIAS F. SHAMOX, '20 Staff JOHN B. DONAHUE, '21 charles J. McCarthy, '22 HAROLD SULLIVAN, '21 WALTER HYLAND, '22 Art Department J. ROBERT BRAWLEY, '20 ROBERT I*. WALSH, '22 Advertising Manager THOMAS E. MAHAN, '22 Circulation Manager JAMES E. DONAHUE, '21 Staff Photographer CORNELIUS SHERLOCK' 22 Assistant Advertising Manager I RANK 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 OiKce at Boston, Mass. Material for insertion must be in the hands of the Editor before 2.30 P. M. on Monday.

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THE GRAND WIND-UP [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

THE GRAND WIND-UP With two games remaining in the baseball menu, and those two with the Purple Clan of Burkett, the season is far from the moth balls. To a Boston College man, a Holy Cross game means two hours of strained attention. Not a move gets by the watchful eye, and the slightest rise of the balance in favor of the home team is greeted with a tumult of joy. At least 5,000 men play the H. C.-B. C. games. Under Coach McCarthy, the men have been sifted and shifted, until now the cogs of the baseball machine seem to be perfectly meshed. The wins over Bates and St. Anselm's, together with the latest Elephant Barbecue, have primed the boys for a wonderful set-to with the ill-intentioned bludgeon-wielders of the House of Jesse. In view of the way in which circumstances have shaped themselves, the best we look forward to is an even split with Worcester. This will serve to add paprika to the already highly flavored Catholic College pot-pourri. It is to be regretted that our Dixie Tiva...

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
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SUB TURRI [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

SUB TURRI We have the assurance of Tom Gately that the supreme literary effort of Senior will be on hand on Commencement Day. Sub Turri is the pet of all graduating classes, and this year the calibre of the editorial staff gives every indication that 1920 will stand with its predecessors, and stand unaided. For months the Senior editors have applied themselves to the work at hand. Afternoons have been generously given, and the arduous task of collecting data and write-ups has been successfully accomplished. The material is now being printed. "The Heights" cannot overlook the privilege of thanking those responsible for the management of the publication. Tradition has been more than upheld. Xo class has ever brought out the finished product before graduation. Sub Turri —Congratulations.

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HEIGHTS TO PUBLISH SPECIAL PICTORIAL EDITION FOR GRADUATION [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

HEIGHTS TO PUBLISH SPECIAL PICTORIAL EDITION FOR GRADUATION Pursuant to the policy of progressive journalism, it has shown throughout the first year of its existence, The Heights announces the publication of a Pictorial Issue to be off the press about June 12. It is with considerable confidence that this announcement is made. This publication has met with the support of the faculty, the student body, and the friends of Boston College, and consequently has firmly established itself as a permanent institution. This support and the co-operation born of it has inspired the editorial staff to venture on the expensive proposition of a special Pictorial Number. As this number can only be properly edited at considerable cost, it is impossible to regard the original subscription as covering it. The edition will be an attempt to present, in picture form, the men, who by their college activities, have placed B. C. so conspicuously before the public notice during the past year. Special care wil...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

J- €251> Graduation Gifts A. v '':iteh received at graduation is , , especially treasured. It is always j£--' Hf /-N|v serviceabe. It is a frequent rei ft ' %v minder of the giver and of the lra- //'***• ■ '"''" * /<£>' A portant occasion when it was reft If | i &*< ,, '' , —iii'a Our watches are of the best manuI fa K'" - . "'"- ffl facture and are sold at prices withtjl V -,'"T". ,>- if in the rearli of all. IHi \k'* r '"*"' » <&' W ?ltl "' ( ' lia, ' les A - Birmingham. Bos- '&{ '"•' **• "# ton College, 1010, will be pleased to will '• > ' ' -r-lr sivi> n ' s Personal attention to BostSeT ton College trade. C A. W. CROSBY <Sc SONS CHARLKS A. BIRMINGHAM, PRESIDENT 480 Washington Street (Corner Avon St.) Boston Established IS">2 Elevator to Third Floor iM^KENNEYeWATERBURYCOI 1 THE NEW EVEN LIGHT ' ~—^ESj' class VL»nBJf "all (IptatiiJitrla...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

PICTURES OF ANCIENT ASTRONO MICAL INSTRUMENTS. COURTESY OF LIEUT. CLEAR

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

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LOWELL B. C. CLUB CONDUCT CONCERT Proceeds Toward Fund to Erect New Science Building [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920

LOWELL B. C. CLUB CONDUCT CONCERT Proceeds Toward Fund to Erect New Science Building May 28 proved a real R. C. night at (he Textile city. A few weeks before Holy Cross gave a concert at Lowell, but our musical outfit eclipsed whatever prestige the Worcester college musicians left behind them. The criticism of the Lowell papers left no comparison. In a special way, the Lowell Courier-Citizen commented on the "marked versatility of the club members." Among those who labored so loyally to make the concert a success in every way, first of all for the benefit of the new science building fund, was Edmund J. Ronan, '20. He deseiwes particular ..otice. His efforts, silent and unseen almost, engineered the project. Project it was, for the undertaking showed that the Lowell B. C. Club aimed to be a large contributor to the fund to erect the new building. Something like 2,000 tickets were sold and Lowell's million dollar theatre, the Strand, was comfortably filled. In addition to those prepar...

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