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"READY B. C." [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
"READY B. C." When the official asks that question before the kick-off tomorrow, he won't expect us to answer. Let's do the unexpected. The first time a cheer is called for, get into it. The team is ready. The only way we can help them is by getting out to the game and making it plain that we are not only behind them but right with them. Does cheering help win the game? Ask any of the men who played in the Yale game! If you are still doubtful, we refer you to Cicero. He says something to the effect that if we cannot write poetry ourselves, we should consider it our duty to stand by and encourage those who can. As far as we know, there are no poets on the team, but we don't think Cicero would object to cheering this football team if he saw it in action. It boils down to this: Be present tomorrow and make your presence heard.
JOHN J. CLIFFORD EDITOR OF "STYLUS" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
JOHN J. CLIFFORD EDITOR OF "STYLUS" Several New Names Appear on Staff The Rev. Mr. Countie, S. J., announces the Stylus staff as follows: Editor: John J. Clifford, '21; Associate Editors: Myles T. McSweeney, '23, Francis L. Ford, '23, John B. Donahue, '21, Francis J. DeCelles, '21. Contributing Editors: Win. F. Fitzgerald Jr., '21, Wm. J. Roche, '22, John F. Carey, '22, Myles T. McSweeney, '23. Business Manager: John J. Consodine, '22. Advertising Matiager: Thomas J. Bunyon, '21; Assistant: Henry E. Foley, '22. It is the Rev. Moderator's desire to get a number of new men interested in working for the Stylus. If you can write anything at all, bring it in, meet the Editor and talk it over.
"HEIGHTS" INSTALLED IN NEW ROOMS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
"HEIGHTS" INSTALLED IN NEW ROOMS The new editorial rooms of The Heights are conveniently located on the first corridor, a few doors from the Rev. Dean's office. The use of the plural ("rooms") is not a typographical error. In it's infancy, The Heights was tucked away on the third floor but this year, it was assigned a location in keeping with it's true value. Those who may be a trifle doubtful about the "rooms" are invited to drop in—and count them. Members of the Staff will be on hand to guide visitors through the various departments.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS RE-ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS RE-ELECTED At the first class meeting of the year, last year's officers were re-elected. The men thus honored are as follows': President, James H. Doyle of Roxbury; VicePresident, Daniel J. McSweeney of Dorchester; Sec.-Treasurer, Arthur Mullen of Waltham. A committee of three, Stephen Velardo, Francis Morrissey and Paul Dufny was appointed to confer with the seniors on the proposed rules for the Freshman class.
FRESHMAN RULES BEING PREPARED [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
FRESHMAN RULES BEING PREPARED As a result of numerous hardships and indignities suffered by upper class men at the hands of thoughtless or willfully neglectful freshmen, it has become necessary for the Senior and Junior classes to draw up a few mild regulations. To make the necessity for this step clear to all, we cite one incident, which, despite its apparent incredibility, actually occurred. Listen: Four Seniors were compelled to stand from Park Street to Lake Street, while freshmen occupied seats! Such a state of affairs calls for prompt and drastic action. The lid will be removed very soon. Until then —let the guilty tremble!
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
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DRAMATIC CLUB ANNOUNCES PROGRAM Rev. Fr. Murphy, S. J., Continues as Moderator [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
DRAMATIC CLUB ANNOUNCES PROGRAM Rev. Fr. Murphy, S. J., Continues as Moderator The Boston College Dramatic Association will resume it's work during the coming week. A call for candidates will be issue;] shortly to till the places left vacant by graduation. Owing to the great success attendant upon the policy of the Association during the season of 1910-20, the program for the season of 1920-21 calls for two plays. A modern play, Augustine Daly's, "A Night Off," will be presented at Jordan Hall during the early part of December. The success of the Shakespcrian pageant last June was so pronounced that the Association has made plans for a similar performance at the close of this season. All who have any talent at all in the dramatic line are urged to present themselves to Fr. Murphy, S. J., at the next meeting of the Association. Fr. Murphy, who is the founder of the Association, will again direct its activities. "Joe" Pate, '21, will enter upon his second season as Manager.
YE COLLEGE GOSSIP APOLOGIES TO K. C. B [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
YE COLLEGE GOSSIP APOLOGIES TO K. C. B NOW JUST a word. * * * TO EACH of you. * * * FOR YOU no doubt. * * * ARE JUST the chap. * * * WHOM I have met. * * * DOWN ON the field. 4 * * AND WHAT you said. * * * ABOUT YOURSELF. * * * AND OF your hopes. * * * THAT VERY soorf. * * * THE DAY will come. WHEN YOU will know. * * * THAT YOU'VE made good. + * * OUT ON the Heights. * * * FOR AS it is. * * * IT MATTERS not. * * # WHAT CLASS you're in. * * * OR WHAT you think. iiniiiiimiiiinitiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiniiminmmmi IS BEST to try. * * * SO LONG as you. * * * HAVE PEP and Fight. * * * YOU'RE BOUND to win AND THAT'S not all. * * * FOR EVERY time. * * * YOU HELP to win. * * * DOWN ON the field. * * * OR CLIP a mark. * * * THAT'S RATED good. * * * UPON THE hill. * * # YOUR DOING what. * * * YOU HOPED to do. * * * IN OTHER words. * * * YOUR MAKING good. * * * OUT ON the Heights. * * * * * * I THANK YOU.
GLEE CLUB TO HAVE BANNER YEAR Big Registration for Membership in Orchestra [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
GLEE CLUB TO HAVE BANNER YEAR Big Registration for Membership in Orchestra Boston College has come to the fore in athletics, by procuring the best of coaches and the finest of material; now, Boston College is going to step ahead and lead all others in music. When The Heights reporter dropped into the Assembly Hall, last evening, to interview Mgr. Fred. L. Mockler he immediately perceived the truth in that famous adage, "Actions speak louder than words;" for there were thirty-five men tooting strenuously under the direction of Prof. Geo. L. Tracy, while many upper and lower classmen struggled and fought among themselves in order to present their names, as candidates for the Glee Club. Prof. George L. Tracy, the Director of Musical Clubs of Boston College has been educated in all departments of music by the best of teachers. He has written many Light Operas and Musical Comedies. among many of his successes are, "A Prince of Bohemia," "Excelsior Jr.," and "Beauty and the Bandit." Befor...
SENIOR SMOKER TO BE HELD ON DEC. 3 Annual Event at City Club on Eve of Holy Cross Game [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
SENIOR SMOKER TO BE HELD ON DEC. 3 Annual Event at City Club on Eve of Holy Cross Game The Senior Srtfbker will be held at the Boston City Club on Dec. 3, the night before the Holy Cross game. William F. Fitzgerald, Jr., is in charge of the preliminary arrangements. President Charlie Coyle wishes to make it clear that the Freshmen will be permitted, and are even urged, to attend but he insists that only those bearing notes signed by parent or guardian will be allowed to smoke. Mark the date in your little red book and buy a large box of matches.
REBOUNDS FROM '20 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
REBOUNDS FROM '20 Ned Finnegan, who starred in the Dramatic Club's offerings last year, is an English instructor at Med ford High School. To occupy his spare time, Ned has organized an astronomical club which meets in the vicinity of Mystic Lake. The other member of the club 's plenty! John Cody is teaching at McGill Institute, Mobile, Alabama. Paul Roy and Elias Shannon are attending Harvard Law School. The eloquent Paul mixes business with pleasure by working nights in the office of the Boston Post. He is ready to receive visitors and cigars anytime up to 10.30 p.m.
FULTON TO UNDERGO REMARAKBLE CHANGE Debating Society Will Adopt Many New Features [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
FULTON TO UNDERGO REMARAKBLE CHANGE Debating Society Will Adopt Many New Features This afternoon, Rev. Ignatius W. Cox, S, J., will unlock the massive doors of the Forum and welcome back those distinguished young men, who during their Junior year, qualified for membership in the most illustrious and far-famed organization in the College, the Fulton Debating Society. The Society will begin its new year by adopting many important features which will bring about various changes in the work of this honorable organization. The debaters for the Prize and Intercollegiate Debates will be chosen by the Moderator himself, and his selection and choice will be determined by the weekly attendance of each member of the Society, and by the oratorical and debating powers displayed by the debaters in the voluntary and set debates. It is the desire of the Moderator to have all questions published immediately so that those who will be assigned to debate the questions may have sufficient opportunity to...
REV. FR. STINSON, S. J., HAS LECTURE COURSE Suitable for K. of C. or B. C. Clubs [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
REV. FR. STINSON, S. J., HAS LECTURE COURSE Suitable for K. of C. or B. C. Clubs The Rev. William M. Stinson, S. J., formerly chaplain overseas with the 3d Corps Artillery, A. E. F., announces his lecture course for the season 1920-1921. The course comprises twenty-five lectures on "The Teacher, the Teaching, and the Taught." These lectures have already been given to the teaching Sisters of Boston, Springfield, Baltimore, Wilmington, and to the Public School Teachers of Baltimore. Many of the lectures are illustrated by slides, including "The High History of the Holy Grail," "They Shall Not Pass" The Story of Verdun; "The Kingdom of Mary," Lourdes "The Chosen Shrine of the Sacred Heart," Paray,le-Monial; "The Divinity of Christ," "St. Jeanne d'Arc" Maid of France, Saint of God, "Rheims," The Story of a Cathedral. Among other lectures are the following on "Cardinal Mercier," "General Foch," "Joyce Kilmer," and "The Poetry of Francis Thompson." Arrangements for Lectures should be made...
PROMISES OF OUR LADY To Those Who Devoutly Recite the Holy Rosary [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
PROMISES OF OUR LADY To Those Who Devoutly Recite the Holy Rosary To all those who recite my Psalter, I promise my special protection. The Rosary will be a powerful weapon against the powers of hell, it will root out vices, destroy sin and subjugate all herisies. He who calls on me through the Rosary shall not perish. Whoever recites devoutly the Rosary meditating on its Holy Mysteries, will not be cast down by troubles, nor perish by an unprovided death; but, if he is a sinner, he shall be converted; if he is virtuous, he shall increase in grace, and become worthy of eternal life. Those who are truly devout in reciting my Rosary shall not die without the Sacrament. I will deliver from Purgatory in the space of a day those souls devoted to my Rosary. The true children of the Rosary shall enjoy a great glory in Heaven. Whatever you ask through the Rosary shall be granted. Those who propagate my Rosary shall be helped by me in all their necessities. Devotion to my Rosary is a great si...
CONTROVERSY IN PAMPHLET FORM Letters Published in "Catholic Mind" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
CONTROVERSY IN PAMPHLET FORM Letters Published in "Catholic Mind" All those connected with Boston College will recall the recent controversy between Professor Merriman of Harvard University and the Rev. Ignatius W. Cox, S. J., of Boston College. The Cambridge historian held that the Jesuits acted on the principle that the end justifies the means, and Fr. Cox endeavored to remove this erroneous opinion. The letters that passed between them are published in full in the "Catholic Mind" of September 22d. These pamphlets are on sale at the college bookstore.
"THE YALE-IAD" Little Tips to Tourists [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
"THE YALE-IAD" Little Tips to Tourists By MARCO POLO, JR. We gather, from conversations heard in the lunch-room and in the rear of the class room, that two or three members of the student body are interested in the coming Yale game. Stranger still, we find that at least two intend to make the trip to New Haven to be present at the conflict. They have a peculiar aversion to railroads and incidentally (or vice-versa) to railroad fares. They plan to ride on rubber. Lest most of their riding be done on rubber heels rather than on rubber tires, we pass on a few helpful hints. There is no extra charge for the advice. It is included in the ridiculously low subcription price of The Heights. Follow these instructions closely*—and send us a post card from Norumbega Park. At least seven should go together. Any reasonable man driving a small runabout will be sure to give you a lift. Once in the front seat, don't neglect to give the proud owner a "line". We recommend the following: "Runs pretty ...