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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

A <*£> Graduation Gifts ML A watch received at graduation is Mm "' " especially treasured. It is always |B / -*N|k. serviceabe. It is a frequent reI |>» " minder of the giver and of the im- ; g / ,"<kk -<-•*'>• I">rtant occasion when it was rejlf f '.** ICf S-«l Our watches are of the best manu- { M ft - , -m facture and are sold at prices witum %\ 'i£k V'' f * *s 'M i" ""' reach of all. mm '"'■■ * V ~Jr Jlr - diaries A. Birmingham. Bos-I-j '' l "" c °llege, 1010, will lie pleased to HR ' ' • >7 > give his personal attention to BosC. A. W. CROSBY <S: SONS CHARLES A. BIRMINGHAM. PRESIDENT 480 Washington Street (Corner Avon St.) Boston Established ISo2 Elevator to Third Eloor I M^KENNEYeWATERBURYCOI THE NEW I VEN ll&HT """ sjcg||J ' <H*L*J c i v* P. | (Jjtamlttrkn; Isats STRAWS $4.00 s^JMOJBL,, " ' "'JJSCW" rati Sold only in Chamberlain Stores / iff Robe...

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920
Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
ASTRONOMERS DON'T NEED THEIR TELESCOPES TO SEE THESE BOSTON COLLEGE STARS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

ASTRONOMERS DON'T NEED THEIR TELESCOPES TO SEE THESE BOSTON COLLEGE STARS

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THESE MEN ARE KEEPING B.C. NO THE MAP [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

THESE MEN ARE KEEPING B.C. NO THE MAP

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Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920
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Source: Boston College
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COMMENCEMENT WEEK TO BE MOST ELABORATE EVENT Seniors Have Arranged Many Big Features [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

COMMENCEMENT WEEK TO BE MOST ELABORATE EVENT Seniors Have Arranged Many Big Features On Sunday, Juno 20th. will be UFhered in that week, which above all other weeks the Senior Class has looked forward to with keen expectation, and which they will ever look back upon with joy and longing. Under the capable direction of their energetic president, Thomas F. Scanlon, the various committees have worked faithfully to make this year's Commencement festivities the biggest, and best Boston College has ever witnessed. On Sunday evening, the 20th, the Baccalaureate Sermon will be preached by the Rev. James F. Kelley, P.P., class ot '93, and on the three following days, the Class Outing, Class Day Festivities, and Commencement Exercises will be held. The Class Outing has been arranged under the direction of Arthur J. Robertie, chairman of the committee, assisted by Joseph C. White. William J. Lyons, Leo Magann, and Eugene McCabe. The class is to assemble in a body at Park Square at 9.1 r. A. M„...

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Source: Boston College
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REV. PHILIP H. BURKETT ANALYZES UNREST Blames Greed, Laissez Faire Doctrine, and Domination of Money-Capital — Officers of Catholic Alumni Sodality Elected [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

REV. PHILIP H. BURKETT ANALYZES UNREST Blames Greed, Laissez Faire Doctrine, and Domination of Money-Capital — Officers of Catholic Alumni Sodality Elected Speaking at the 21st annual meeting of the Catholic Alumni Sodality at the College Chapel, Sunday, Rev. Philip H. Burkett, S.J., Professor of Epistemology and Cosmology, discussed the present unrest in society. He stated that the reasons commonly assigned in the daily papers and magazine articles are in great measure true, but. that on examining them, we may find deeper, underlying causes, and those, to his mind, were pronounced selfishness, rationalistic liberalism and the domination of moneycapital. This selfishness and greed has permeated considerable portions of the upper and lower strata of society, and has shown itself in the cold indifference to the welfare of one's neighbor. He called it "exaggerated individualism." He traced it back to the reformers of the 16th century, who broke away from the authority of the church, an...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
DRAMATIC CLUB SCORES SUCCESS Out-Door Production Largely Attended [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

DRAMATIC CLUB SCORES SUCCESS Out-Door Production Largely Attended In the presentation of its first outdoor production, the "Comedy of Errors,'' (he Dramatic Association produced a performance that reflected high praise on themselves and their director and added considerable prestige to the histrionic art at the college. In every particular this very difficult comedy of Shakespeare's was staged and acted with taste and experience. The setting for the play, out-of-doors, immediately behind the administration building, was ideal. The white spires, bathed in the rays of a concealed projector, stood out. majestically against the dark sky; the stained glass of the library windows glowed softly, the actors strode about in their silken garments —for a few hours the audience lived in Ephesus. We have seen fine plays in fine theatres, but we have never been able to forget that the trees were painted and the towers nothing but canvas. The Rev. William Murphy, Director of Dramatics, combining e...

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Source: Boston College
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MUSICAL CLUB CELEBRATES AT THE PARKER HOUSE Plans for Future Discussed at Business Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

MUSICAL CLUB CELEBRATES AT THE PARKER HOUSE Plans for Future Discussed at Business Meeting The day of the Soph-Freshman Rush, the Glee Club and the Band held their annual banquet. In the afternoon, at a business meeting at the college plans for the future were discussed. Arrangements to go to Worcester on the 15th by auto and afterwards to reserve covers for fif\y at the Bancroft, met with hearty approval. Another feature of the club s celebrating was an outing at Hull on Saturday, in charge of "Ed" McGreenery, vice-president of the Glee Club. For next term the club plans to exceed the number of trips it had this year. The exodus of six members of the Band in this year's graduating class created the plan of uniting the Band and the Glee Club. Supplied with instruments, and provided wiih means of instruction, the majority of the Glee Club will return in September, ready to work under Cary Martin, and also under the new Glee Club director. Later on in the evening, at the Parker House,...

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
COMMENCEMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

COMMENCEMENT CALENDAR Thursday, June 17 Annual Boston College—Holy Cross BASEBALL GAME Alumni Field 3.30 P. M. Friday, June 18th MUSICALE AND RECEPTION to the PHILOMATHEIA CLUB by the Class of 1920 8 P. M. Sunday, June 20th BACCALAUREATE SERMON Church of the Immaculate Conception Harrison Avenue, Bostcn by REV. JAMES F. KELLY, P.P. Class of '93 7.30 P. M. Monday, June 21st OUTING OF THE CLASS of 1920 at Villa Napoli Nantasket Beach Tuesday, June 22nd CLASS DAY EXERCISES at University Heights 2.30 P. M. Wednesday, June 23rd COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES on Alumni Field 4 P. M. ALUMNI BANQUET 8 P. M.

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920
Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LINE-UP [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

LINE-UP Boston College Holy Cross Dempsey, cf. Len - Dugan. If. Cody, 2 Gagnon, s. Urban (O'Reagan) c Leo. Dugan, cf. Halligan, 1 O'Connor, 1 Corrigan, 3 Santoro, 3 Swan, r. Maguire, 2 Gormley, If. Doherty, rf. Haley, s. Connors, c. Fitzpatrick, p. Horan, p. or ° r Mullowney, p. Gill, p.

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SOPHOMORE D HAS PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

SOPHOMORE D HAS PICNIC On Friday. June 11th, after the storm of the "exams" blew over, the flaps of Sophomore D went out to Riverside to spend the closing day of school in jovial physical relaxation. The sports consisted of a ball game, which was featured by the whirlwind pitching of "Tom" Riley and the fielding of "Bill" Roche; of swimming, the cake for which went lo "Cupid" o'illagher; "Jim" Connolly was the chief eater, and "Speed" O'Brien took the medal in the dash. The picnic lasted unt'l long after the sun bad rone down, and at 10 o'clock the members of (he class left the grounds and slept all the way in on lb" peacefully riding Auburndale-1 ake street car.

Publication Title: Heights, The
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J. B. DONAHUE, '21, ELECTED EDITOR OF "THE HEIGHTS" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

J. B. DONAHUE, '21, ELECTED EDITOR OF "THE HEIGHTS" At the final business meeting of the year, the editorial staff elected John B. Donahue, '21, as editor of "The Heights." The leader of the weekly for '20, '21 is a member of the Stylus Board and one of the most prominent writers in the college.

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Source: Boston College
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Page 9 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920
Publication Title: Heights, The
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

JONES, PETERSON & NEWHALL CO. 49=51 TEMPLE PLACE, BOSTON, HASS. Lower Prices For a brief period, we offer High Grade Shoes at reduced prices. QUALITY—COMFORT—STYLE—SATISFACTION SERVICE:—Special attention given Boston College Men by "Benny" Murray, Boston College '18. BANKING relations are not usually severed in a day. The selection of your bank should be given very serious consideration. START RIQHT-SELECT THE AMERICAN TRUST COMPANY 50 STATE STREET, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS Stop Thief K S lj y using the Security Auto Theft Signal Sysltm V«# tern. It has protected over 8,000 cars, without )ni\\jJl Protect \w fH Your car, life and passengers by using the \ «™ ' '^ c Kee Head Light Lens." \siL B JlPa=y Cuts thro' fog, gives 63% more light than plain lens, throws to sides of road and covers the law in any State. The Lane Extension Handle Steel Jack is another one of our specialties in (he Auto Line. Ask for Tom Gibson. We have special men to wait on you in Cuttlery, Tools, Buil...

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GEORGE COLLIER MacKINNON SENDS WAR RECORD Ex-Stylus Editor Began as Coal-Passer [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

GEORGE COLLIER MacKINNON SENDS WAR RECORD Ex-Stylus Editor Began as Coal-Passer Enlisted in regular navy as third class fireman, being seduced into choosing the occupation of coal-passer by a Chief Petty Officer, without conscience or honor, who told me the work would "make a man of me." As I was desirous of being made a man of, so to speak. I chose the grimy grade. Was shunted to St. Helena Training Station, Berkeley, Va. Was transferred, after much abominable treatment, to the Recruiting Service, where real human beings were at last discovered in the naval garb. Served as Director of Naval Publicity for the Eastern Virginia Disirict, until sent to New York in preparation for commission. After being vouchsafed a gold stripe, was sent again to Virginia, where the post of Floor Manager, Supply Department, Norfolk Navy Yard, Norfolk. Va., was conferred upon me. lam anxious to have the fact chronicled that most of my men were women. That is, the various offices which I daily used as lo...

Publication Title: Heights, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
"GO WEST"! [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

"GO WEST"! Filzie breathed on the orange blossoms and Ihey withered. The bullseye should have been painted on the out-fielders' uniforms instead of on the catcher's chest-pro-tector. Phil Carrigan says that's why he blistered the pill over the leftfielder's head. He had no mark to shoot at. The California bench got after Pitzie in the fifth. Jimmy smiled and fanned the three batters. Jesse Burkett honored us with his presence. Many thanks, Jesse! The visitors can have no complaint on cordiality of their reception. They took the first game, hut when the company tries to eat ALE the dessert — 's too much.

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"ODE TO DELAYS" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 June 1920

"ODE TO DELAYS" (Apologies to no one.) Printing presses in Yokahoma Asparagus on toast Wow! Believe We It was hard to get this Issue out on Time!

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