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SALUTATORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

SALUTATORY. Delivered on the Junior Night of the Boston College Commencement Exercises. Reverend President, —Reverend Fathers and Profes-sors,—Fellow-Students,—Ladies and Gentleme7i. It is our privilege and our happiness to inaugurate this evening, a new feature in the usual commencement programme of Boston College. Time was, when one night sufficed for all the closing exercises of the scholastic year, when our college hall, opening its portals to the parents and friends of our students, gave ample accommodation to all who came to applaud the worthy, and share in their hard earned triumphs ; but.— “ Tempora mutantur nos et mutamur in illis.” The progress of the college has kept pace with the flight of years, and under the care of a succession of able presidents, from the time of our very Reverend Father Provincial, down to the grand davs of our actual Reverend President, our future Alma Mater has proudly moved to the van, amid the array of contemporary seats of learning. The classes...

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Boston College Stylus. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

Boston College Stylus. PUBLISHED 81-MONTHL T. Terms of Subscription: Fifty cents in advance, post-paid. Single copies, ten cents. Advertising Rates: Business cards, (one inch and a half.) $1.25 for each insertion, or $7.00 per year, including a copy of the Stylus during that time. Additional space furnished at reasonable rates. The Stylus is published by the students of Boston College as an aid to their literary improvement. As the paper is, for the most part, devoted to matters which may not prove interesting to the general reader, it must look for its support, chiefly to the students and graduates and their friends. These, we trust, will need no other exhortation to extend to us their patronage. Address. BOSTON COLLEGE STYLUS, 761 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. Entered at the Post Office at Boston as Second Class Matter. EDITORS: Editor-In-Chief,). F. O’Brien, ’BB. F. J. Halloran, ’BB. D. J. McLaughlin, 'BB. E. P. O’Hara, ’B9. J. A. Brett, ’BB. J. E. Johnston, ’9O. Business Manage...

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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

EDITORIAL. “ Is this the end? Is this the end?” Yes, it is. But shall we tell the tale? Rather not; but let the graduates of ’S6, who have departed from the portals of their Alma Mater, let them, we say, speak for us, For we are but lowly scribes, And owning but a little art To lull with tales the student’s heart, And get our fifty cents for dues. To those who have made way through the many intricacies of philosophy and, steeped in Socratic lore, have clambered upward and ever onward to the goal of the college bov’s ambition, and snatched from the hands of Time their pale parchments, blue ribbon bound, stamped with the seal and appro- 1 bation of the College, to these we extend the hand of congratulation and, voicing the sentiment of the whole college, we say, “ Well done graduates of ’B6, w r e bid vou a hearty farewell, and as students hope that it may please fickle Fortune to smooth down your philosophic brows and smile the smile of success on you.” Whatever may have been the sta...

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THE SENIORS' NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

THE SENIORS' NIGHT. Thursday night, June 24th, was not as fair as one could have wished, but the hall was none the less packed with all the well wishers of the fellows and the admirers of the college. At eight o’clock the entire body of the students was marched on to the stage and so arranged as to give the more conspicuous positions to the higher classes. As on Tuesday night, the Germania Orchestra occupied the rear centre of the stage,, which was artistically adorned with streamers, banners and flowers suspended overhead. The walls of the hall were gay with richly colored bunting, and all the stairways and corridors, from the entrance on James St. up to the very door of the hall, were hung with banners and tapestried with hangings of various device and color. The members of the graduating class sat in a semi-circle, well advanced towards the front of the stage ; behind them were the faculty and the school. As His Grace, the most Rev. Archbishop, entered the hall, the entire audien...

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SALUTATORY. THE IMPORTANCE OF PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

SALUTATORY. THE IMPORTANCE OF PROGRESS. Delivered at the Senior Commencement. Your Grace, Respected Faculty, Ladies and Gentlemen: —lt is the duty and the pleasure of the class of ’B6 to extend to you to-night the heartiest welcome of their Alma Mater. To this happy time our eyes have lovingly turned for years, as the occasion which should appropriately crown the labors of our academic course, and honorably fulfil the expectations of relatives and friends, as well as of those who have a right to require from us the test of genuine work and merit, before they send us forth with the seal and approbation of their official act. There is mingled, therefore, with the satisfaction, which we naturally feel, another emotion which profoundly impressses us. This is our evening, the festal evening of the class of ’B6, and the class is responsible for its success. While our pulses are throbbing with the thought of the proud eminence conceded to us, and the kindly interest centered in us, we cann...

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ACADEMIC CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

ACADEMIC CIRCLE. i Patrick H. Casey, A. B. 2 Matthew H. McGrath, A. B. 3 Martin J. Corbett, A. B. 4 John W. O’Gara, A. B. i Gentlemen : You have just heard announced the subject of this evening’s friendly discussion —The nature or character of true progress. > There is no need, I presume, of insisting ujdoii the impor- ; tance of the theme. Every philosopher knows, any man who : j reflects for a moment will grant, that upon the true conception 1 of what Progress is, depends the advance toward ultimate good, as well of individuals as of communities, and those clear and 1 i far-reaching principles upon which must be built the fabric of the highest civilization possible to man. As evidence of this, j I have only to remind you of that significant fact of impartial history, that to the distorted or fanciful notions which mankind | has at various times entertained of Progress in relation to man, are directly traceable many of the radical evils which affect J society or render s...

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

VALEDICTORY. Progress—lts Realization. Ladies and Gentlemen :—e have been considering so far, this evening, what constitutes the true progress of societv. But whilst in thoughtful mood we cast a glance down through the ages of the past, and behold the rapid strides with which society at times progressed, materially, intellectually, and morally, or whilst in imagination we scan the long centuries to come and picture to ourselves a society so resplendent in its perfection that ours of to-day pales before it as the stars before the sun, let us proceed to briefly consider how society actually progresses. It has been rightly asserted this evening that society is not an abstract being, but is made up of individuals. Therefore as the ocean can ebb and flow only by the motion of the particles of which it is composed, so society can progress or retrograde only by the actual perfection or imperfection of the individuals of which it is composed. He, therefore who wishes to bring about a more p...

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LEAVES FROM A CAMP DIARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

LEAVES FROM A CAMP DIARY. Ah I here it is ; the little diary, browned, stained, and dusty, just fished from under a heap of rubbish, where it lay since last summer. It certainly does not look like an object of veneration, yet within those tarnished covers are happy memories which will not soon be forgotten. However dull or uninteresting its perusal may be to the stoic or fastidious reader, yet to those who have ever experienced the vicissitudes of camp life, and to those “ who would a’camping go,” these records have at least the merit of actual experience by which the former may sympathize, and the latter may profit. But why | betray these masonic secrets which are ever sworn to and ever | broken, and why “drag these frailties from their dread abode?” M y answer is as before, ’tis for the untutored and charita- ; ble, and this must suffice for motive and apology. Well, then, not a hundred miles from Boston, along the north shore is situated one of the most charming spots on the ; Ne...

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FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

FAREWELL. Though all day long we have been driving in our sultry sanctum, while you, classmates, by briny wave or moaning pine or in the less romantic haunts of industry, have lived the hours away, and in all likelihood with less of care and fret than the poor Stylus board, we cannot be so churlish or in such haste to decamp to more inviting scenes as not to say goodbye. We have been long together, and we have been sensible of your aid and kindness during the year. Where’er you are, fellow-students, we wish you well. Be yours all the calm, all the joy that the summer hours may bring on their languid pinions. There is a vision well worth keeping before your eyes, there are words you must not forget. Remember the Mass on St. Aloysius’ day, and the words then spoken. So may vacation be to you the very dream of the tired school boy, that freshened in mind and lightened in heart, you may return to the combat of books and the toil of science, to another year of patient study and prospecti...

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BOSTON COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

BOSTON COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. The need of an organization of this kind has long been felt and it has been a matter of no little surprise to all the graduates and friends of the college that such an association did not exist before. So many have been the graduates and such prominence have the most of them attained both in the Church and State, in commercial and social circles, that some bond was needed to more closely re-unite them to one another and | to their Alma Mater, to combine and direct their efforts that | the cause of Catholicity, education and self-advancement might receive a fresh impetus and be safely entrusted to their hands. For the Church, in many matters, has no abler auxiliaries than trained and accomplished Catholic laymen, who, glorying in their faith and living up to it, exalt her in the eyes of a scoffing world, and by their fidelity add an external glory to her own inherent majesty. Who more than these gentlemen can be regarded as zealous and trustworthy g...

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FACULTY AND OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

FACULTY AND OFFICERS OF THE COLLEGE. Rev. EDWARD V. BOURSAUD, S. J.. President, Prefect or Studies. Rev. J. HENRY SANDAAL, S. J., Vice-President, Prefect of Schools and Discipline. Rev. PATRICK A. HALPIN, S. J., Chaplain, Christian Doctrine. Rev. NICHOLAS RUSSO, S. J., Philosophy. Rev. EDWARD H. WELCH, S. J., Junior Class of Christian Doctrine, German. PATRICK F. X. MULRY, S. J.. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. Rev. MICHAEL J. BYRNES, S. J.. Rhetoric. TIMOTHY B. BARRETT, S. J., Humanities, Mathematics. JOSEPH RENAUD, S. J.. First Grammar, French. WILLIAM J. STANTON, S. J.. Second Grammar, Algebra. JOSEPH V. SCHMIDT, S. J., Third Grammar, Algebra, German. L. EUGENE RYAN, S. J., Rudiments, Arithmetic. JOHN CONDON, S. J., Rudiments, Arithmetic. FRANCIS A. HARKINS, A. M., English Department, Algebra, French. Rev. ALPHONSE CHARLIER, S, J., French. EDWARD F. REYNAUD. S. J., Mathematics, Librarian. SAMUEL R. KELLEY, A. M., Professor of Elocution. EDWARD J. MacGOLDRICK, Choir Master and Or...

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SOCIETIES OF THE STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

SOCIETIES OF THE STUDENTS. The Sodality of the Immaculate Conception Under the patronage of St. Stanislaus Kostka, was organized in the year IS6S-69, and is intended to incite the students to greater pietv, and especially to devotion to the Blessed Virgin. OFFICERS, Director , Patrick F. X. Mulry, S. J., Prefect , John A. Flickev. First Assistant , John A. Degan, Second Assistant , Francis J. Weller, Secretary , James Sullivan, Treasurer , Patrick H. Ford, Instructor of Postulants , Francis J. Keleher, Sacristan , Francis J. Keany, Assistant Sacristan , Edmund T. Shanahan. CONSULTORS, Patrick H. Casev. Joseph F. Sheerin. Timothy J. Murphy, Florence J. Hallo^as'. Thomas J. Condon. Maurice Lynch. One hundred and ten members. The Sodality of the Holy Angels Was organized in the }ear 1575-76, for the younger students. The exercises at the meetings are the recitation of 4, The Office of the Holy Angels,” and an exhortation. OFFICERS, Director , Joseph M. Renaud, S. J. Prefect , William D...

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Page 77 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886
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Page 77 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

Commencement lBB6 COLLEGE HALL, )nize Reclamation TUESDAY, JUNE ist, 1886, 7.45 P.M. Chorus, . • 0 . St. Cecilia Society Doom of Claudius and Cynthia, Thompson, THOMAS F. HORRIGAN Reply to Hayne, Wendell Phillips, “Those Irish Tears'’ Toussaint L’Ouverture, The Leper, in (^e^fure, Webster, O'Reilly, Anon, Phillips, Willis, . PATRICK H. FORD JOHN B. KELLEHER JOSEPH G. ANDERSON . THOMAS J. DALY DENIS J. CROWLEY Prof. KELLEY, Director. Asleep at the Switch, . . Catiline’s Defiance, • ■ Infelicissime, .... Through Death to Life, The Inch cape Rock. ■ ■ Hew He Saved St. Michael’s. The Wreck of the Hesperus, The Old Surgeon‘s Story, . Chorus, Edward E. Shannon Peter C. Quinn . Pierce J. Grace Charles P. Den on William E. Starkey Mrs. Stevens, James A. Gilbnde Longfellow, William A. Murphy E.C. Donnelly, John S. Keating St. Cecilia Society Shelley, Croly, . Anon, . Harbaugh Southey, Gem By CARDINAL WISEMAN. *FR onday Bveninc), 21,* 1886. (£aM of Chatactc-zo. Euphemian. a Roman Patrician. J...

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Page 77 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

Soston 6ollepe Hall, 'uniopx Tuesday, une 22d, 86, SgtiMC. Salutatory, . PIERCE J. GRACE Monk FELIX, . WILLIAM A. MURPHY "We’ll gaily sing and play” ■ Pmsuti By the ST. CECILIA SOCIETY. The Wine Cup, , . PETER C. QUINN The Painter of Seville, CHARLES P■ DENON "/ would that my love,” . • Mendelssohn By the ST. CECILIA SOCIETY, Treble and Alto. Inkerman, . . . JAMES A. GILBRIDE Midas, . . . JOHN S. KEATING Spring Song, , Pmsuti By the ST. CECILIA SOCIETY. Sjjtvaic. oward of Prices. ©jltoic. Jcyosior) tsolleefe. S^er^Qg, Jur)e ’§6. FRusic. FRusic MUSIC BY THE GERMANIA ORCHESTRA.

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Page 78 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886
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Page 78 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

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Page 78 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

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Page 79 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886
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Page 79 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1886

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