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K. C.—B. C. CLUB FORMED Mr. Countie, S.J., Outlines Ideas of Organization [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
K. C.—B. C. CLUB FORMED Mr. Countie, S.J., Outlines Ideas of Organization The Knights of Columbus are to be organized at Boston College. For some time there has been a feeling that the K. C.'s should get together at the college, especially since so many students are members of the organization. Such a step has received the approval of the faculty of the college and of the state officers of the Knights. Mr. Countie, S.J., has charge of organizing the members at the Heights. To determine the sentiment for such an organization he called a meeting of all K. C. members for Wednesday, May 20. More than fifty students attended the meeting and their remarks left no doubt but that the students of the college would make a Knights of Columbus Club more than a passing success at B. C. The expressions of those who spoke were sincere and were prompted by the desire to give all prestige they could to Boston College. It was pointed out that such an organization would provide a strong link between t...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
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Sports B. C. STARTS WINNING STREAK St. Anselms Bows 1-0 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
Sports B. C. STARTS WINNING STREAK St. Anselms Bows 1-0 With a changed lineup Boston College faced St. Anslems on Wednesday and made a start in a series of wins. The team played an errorless game, winning 1 to 0. Jim Fitzpatrick was in right field. Haley was shifted from second base to shortstop. Phil Corrigan played third and Frank Morrissey took Corrigan's place in left field. Cody played second base. Mullowney pitched his first game for the college. He allowed the visiting batsmen only two hits. Boston ■College made seven hits, but numerous men were left on bases. BOSTON COLLEGE ab bh po a e Dempsey, cf 5 1 3 1 0 Cody, 2b 5 2 2 4 0 F. Morrissey, If . . 5 0 0 0 0 Urban, c 4 1 4 1 0 Halligan, lb 2 2 15 0 0 Corrigan, 3b 1 0 1 3 0 Fitzpatrick, rf 3 1 0 0.0 Haley, s 4 0 2 6 0 Mullowney, p 3 0 0 1 0 Totals 33 7 27 16 0 ST. ANSLEM'S ab bh po a e McLaughlin, lb ... 3 0 11 0 0 Downey, cf 4 0 0 0 0 Borden, If 4 0 1 0 0 Cham, c 3 0 6 1 0 Sullivan, rf 2 0 0 0 0 TM'C'ker, 2b 2 0 3 2 0 Hayes, ...
"PRELIMS" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
"PRELIMS" Errorless ball against Bates and St. Anselms. Ibi Kibbe! That's Latin for "So there." We didn't see the joust so all we can say is that the team won and you knew that already, so let's enter the main tent and gaze upon that tear compelling drama entitled — "BROKEN TUSKS" Guess the Spotless Pachyderm can stand a little dry cleansing after that fray! Witness the sad case of Sammy Kirchstein: Sammy pursued Demp- sey's clout to the Rotunda and the gate-keeper made him pay admission when he got back to the field. "'N that aint all." Luke Urban bounced a four base blow off the Cottage Farm Bridge. Poor Thammy grew a beard before he returned the apple. Tharn says that's why he dropped the two pop flies. He stepped on the beard! Mullowney was Paris Green to Tufts in the pinches. Billy Bond was a perfect pivot in the relay that cut Callahan off at the plate, in the second frame. Coach Volk entertained with a toe dance. He danced on the limp's toes. Tubber White's grab of Phil Corri...
BATES LEG-WEARY CHASING B. C. BASE HITS B. C. 10—Bates 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
BATES LEG-WEARY CHASING B. C. BASE HITS B. C. 10—Bates 2 The Boston College batters hit safely 14 times against Bates last Thursday at Alumni Field, sending the visitors, who lead the Maine colleges, away from the Heights with a defeat of 10 to 2. Dempsey opened for the Maroon and Old Gold with a single, stole second, went to third base on an error by Burns and Cody reached first. Leonard Morrissey singled and Dempsey crossed the plate, tying with Bates who had scored on two sacrifice hits and an error. Urban sacrificed Cody to second, Halligan doubled and Morrissey and Cody counted. Dempsey scored again in the second. After tripling he was sent home by Cody's single. In both the seventh and eighth innings, Boston College scored three runs. Only in the seventh did Bates make another tally. Ebner and Cusick singled for the Maine team and a single by Suvage scored Ebner. BOSTON COLLEGE ab bh po a e Dempsey, cf 4 3 2 1 0 Cody, 2b 4 2 3 2 1 L. Morrissey, If. .. 4 4 2 0 0 Urban, c 2 1 4 ...
FITZ PUZZLES VERMONT SLUGGERS 2-0 Victory Ties Up Series [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
FITZ PUZZLES VERMONT SLUGGERS 2-0 Victory Ties Up Series The trip of our nine to Vermont brought real satisfaction, for Jim Fitzpatrick and the rest of the Boston College players outplayed the University of Vermont team and requited for the setback of a few weeks ago. Jim Fitzpatrick was victor over Kibbee, 2 to 0. Both runs were made in the third inning. Fitzpatrick drove a two bagger to right and landed on third when Dempsey tapped an infield hit. Spillane pegged the ball to second in an attempt to catch the fleet-footed Dempsey stealing, Kerwin missing the throw and Fitzpatrick scoring. Dempsey reached third on the play. Hamilton fumbled Morrissey's hit to short and Dempsey raced home. Both teams had other chances to score, but failed to make them count. Dempsey spoiled two good Vermont opportunities. Once in the second and again in the sixth he threw perfectly from center to the plate to catch Vermont runners, spoiling a score both times. Vermont succeeded in filling the bases i...
DEMPSEY FLASHES AT TUFTS WAKE "Jumbo" Swallows 7-5 Pill [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
DEMPSEY FLASHES AT TUFTS WAKE "Jumbo" Swallows 7-5 Pill In a game of thrilling baseball produced by the keen rivalry that exists between Boston College and Tufts, the Maroon and Gold team played' the stronger game and were 7 to 5 victors over the strong nine from Medford. Tufts scored the first run in the second. Urban made a pretty out, making a flying tag at Callahan on a relay throw from Dempsey and Bond. The latter made an error on White's crack and Kirshtein beat Cody's throw to the plate. Boston College took the lead the following inning. Mullowney hit a Texas leaguer and Dempsey followed with a home run. Urban later hammered a mighty drive out past the goal post. The fifth was a big inning for the college. Mullowney drew a pass, but was forced by an attempted sacrifice by Dempsey. Cody was passed. Morrissey forced Cody and made first on an error by Lowd. Dempsey raced home from second base. Luke Urban hit his circuit drive and, like Dempsey, was rounding third when the ball w...
GOLDEN GATE SWINGS HARD AND OFTEN B. C. Drops 10-Inning Struggle to U. of C. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
GOLDEN GATE SWINGS HARD AND OFTEN B. C. Drops 10-Inning Struggle to U. of C. Boston College dropped a game to California at University Heights Tuesday afternoon by the score of 13 to 9. Boston College came from behind in the last of the ninth, when Fitzpa'.rick was called upon to pinch hit with two on. The sidewheeler came through with a triple to right and the game was doomed for extra innings. Boston College counted first, Dempsey flying out to centre in the opening inning, Swann taking first when Shepard tickled his shirt, and Urban drove out a triple to left. The next two batters went out easily. California tallied in the second and went into the lead in the fourth with another run. But Boston College evened things up in its turn at bat. And in the fifth and sixth scored a total of four runs. But in the seventh the Westerners had tied, six all. And in the eighth added three more for good measure and apparently won the game. But Boston College came up to bat with lots of pep in t...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 4 June 1920
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THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 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 Hill Branch, Boston GT, Mass. Editor JOHN D. KING, '20 Associate Editors EDMUND A. HIGGINS, '20 ELI.YS E. SHASION, '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 1\ MAHAN, '22 Circulation Manager JAMES E. DONAHUE, '21 Staff Photographer CORNELIUS SHERLOCK' 22 Assistant Advertising Manager FRANK MON'AHAN. 22 Subscription Rate, $1.50 per year SINGLE COPY, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS Advertising rates furnished on request. Entered as mail matter of the second class at the l'ost Office at Boston, Mass. Material for insertion must be in the hands of the Editor before 2.30 P. M. on Monday.
LOOKING AHEAD [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920
LOOKING AHEAD With this edition of The Heights we cease publication for the school year. The weekly publication, having had its inception but a few months ago, has energetically worked to fit in with the rapid growth of the institution and has in some small wayachieved a measure of success. Starting on its initial platform of unremitting zeal in promoting all that was worthy of the name of Boston College, it has distributed praise and censure with the one object in view. In this the editorial staff has been accorded the loyal support of all true sons of Boston. The work must continue. To those whose minds will guide the policies and development of the paper in future years, is assigned a responsibility that must be regarded in all seriousness. The opportunity to become a power in the collegiate world of journalism must be embraced. Let the student and alumni bodies continue their interest and assist in every possible way when called upon.
THE SPORT YEAR [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920
THE SPORT YEAR Four years ago, when Boston College saw the imperative need of strong representation in the field of sports, a movement was begun vO establish B. C. on an athletic basis that would match its undisputed position in scholarship. "None but the best" was the slogan, and applying it to the fundamental requisite, the ■peers among coaches were sought. Consider what this action has accomplished. The inauguration of the movement signalized immediate progress. At once our football and baseball aggregations coped with the best and their records are a source of pride. The fall of '19, with the power of Cavanaugh behind the football eleven, was tinged with a roseate hue. Fitz and his band learned (heir lessons well, and under the Iron Master tore opposition to shreds. Yale. Georgetown and Holy Cross defended their goal line in vain. The growl of the Bull Do.s. terminated in a hollow baric. The touted Purple lost its fastness, and the storm concocted by the R. C. elements swallowed...