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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
BURNS, CROSTON &amp; CARR COMPANY Men's and Young Mens Suits and Overcoats EDW. F. P. BURNS WALTER D. CROSTON JOHN A. CARR Good Clotlies and plenty of new styles to choose from —just your size and the cut that's right for YOU. EVERY PRICE IS LOWER HERE because it costs us less to do business in our bright up-stairs store. Complete line of Dress Suits and Tuxedos for Rent 87 SUMMER STREET, UP ONE FLIGHT - - - BOSTON m m m COMPLIMENTS OF PHILOMATHEIA CLUB OF BOSTON COLLEGE /- —X JOHN J. FLYNN *Vm DQQLIN BROS. MEN'S \nd YOUNG MEN'S CUSTOM and READY-MADE , I CLOTHING \ Jy Summer St., Opp. Chauncey St., BOSTON SIXTY STEPS FROM WASHINGTON STREET SAVE #10.00 UP ONE FLIGHT TEL. MAIN 7966 1 ARRANGE NOW \\LCI/fTWUllf)] i r P' loto S' ra phic sittings while your vacaV - JJ 1 uon lan anc ' luxurious health are still in | Plan a delightful surprise for the Home | Folks. | Your picture as a 161 Tremont Street = Appointments Made Bv | Phone Beach 858 j CHRISTMAS GIFT ++ * I | is their most...
Sports "JAKE'S",OLYMPIC TRIP Equals English Star's Time for Quarter Mile [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
Sports "JAKE'S",OLYMPIC TRIP Equals English Star's Time for Quarter Mile "Welcome Home," Jake! Boston College is proud to name you as one of her sons. You have carried her name far and wide and have brought glory to her. She sympathizes with you for the treatment which you received at the Olympic Games. She knows you "have the goods" and under your leadership will enjoy the most successful track season she has ever had. "Jake," as all B. C. men know, was a member of the American Olympic Track Team. Everyone knows the treatment which he, together with many other Olympic athletes, received in regard to transportation and other accommodations. But the worst treatment he received was at Antwerp. The Olympic Committee had made a rule that whatever men the respective coaches should pick, would run at the games. On the eve of the 400 metre run, Lawson Robertson, who was coaching the sprinters, handed the names of Driscoll, Eby, Shea, and Meredith to the Olympic Committee. On the day of the...
SCHEDULE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
SCHEDULE Oct. 9. Fordham at Univ. Heights. Oct. 16. Yale at New Haven Oct. 23. Open Oct. 30. Springfield at Springfield Nov. 6. Boston Univ., at Univ. Hghts Nov. 13. Tufts at Braves Field Nov. 20. Marietta at Univ. Heights Nov. 27. Georgetown at Braves Field Dec. 4. Holy Cross at Braves Field
TRACK SQUAD LARGEST EVER Caffrey, Jr., National Half-mile Champ. Joins Squad [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
TRACK SQUAD LARGEST EVER Caffrey, Jr., National Half-mile Champ. Joins Squad The Track and Cross-country teams have been working out under Coach Jack Ryder for the past two weeks, and like the football team, give indication of being the best squad Boston College has ever had. It was surprising and also very gratifying to note that over forty new candidates put in an appearance. Nevertheless more men should be out. This is not a representative number, considering the number of students in the college. Many of the new candidates are already showing signs of promise. Most of the yearlings will be put into the crosscountry squad, as this is one of the best ways to develop a runner for spring meets. "Jimmy" O'Brien of the class of 1921 was elected captain of the cross-country team and should make a good leader as he has all the qualifications necessary. Meets are being arranged with Tufts, Mass. Aggies, Holy Cross, and Worcester Polytech. The New England InterCollegiate Cross-country run...
"LUCKY STRIKES" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
"LUCKY STRIKES" By RAYMIE FA The new chef in the fodder emporium is some "gondola". Since his arrival it has been decided that the Freshman rush will not take place in the lunch-room as it did two years ago. The prices in the lunch-room have gone up a few. Last year you could fill a cavity in your tooth for a dime. This year you can't get a grease spot on your vest for a quarter. Well, the football players eat heavy anyway. As it is now, if you eat, you become a pauper; and if you don't eat, you starve. Why not go on a hunger strike and save a few "red men." Tom Swan, a big factor in slapping the Yale bull-dog knock-kneed last year, will soon be in togs again. Tom wants to help Luke Urban blacken the pup's other eye this year. Get your Pullman reservations now on the freight trains to New Haven. Ask Connie Flvnn how it is done. The Harvard backfield quartette does not harmonize without the usual "harp". Holy Cross would have smeared them if Louie Smith had brought ten more B. C. pla...
RADIO CLUB MEETS NEXT FRIDAY Pies. Ford Looks for Many New Members [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
RADIO CLUB MEETS NEXT FRIDAY Pies. Ford Looks for Many New Members Election of officers will be held at the first meeting of the Radio Club which will take place next Friday. Pres. Ford expects every man who has had any experience in radio work to report. Code practise will be held on Friday and Wednesday afternoons. None but licensed operators will be allowed to transmit but after a little practice anyone can receive. The Club plans to communicate with stations at Holy Cross and Fordham.
B. C. GRAD ENTERS MISSIONARY FIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
B. C. GRAD ENTERS MISSIONARY FIELD Rev. Fr. George F. Wiseman left Maryknoll, N. Y., on Sept. 8, to begin his missionary labors in China. He will reach Hong Kong, Oct. 24. Fr. Wiseman was an Arlington boy and member of the class of '15. Two other Boston College men now at Maryknoll preparing for the foreign missions, are Frank Caffrey of the class of '18 and William D. Powers of the class of '20.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 8 October 1920
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FR. CORRIGAN ANSWERS DR. CHARLES W. ELIOT IN HIS SECOND LECTURE Says Europe Will Entirely Direct the League's Policy [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 15 October 1920
FR. CORRIGAN ANSWERS DR. CHARLES W. ELIOT IN HIS SECOND LECTURE Says Europe Will Entirely Direct the League's Policy Rev. Jones I.J. Corrigan.S.J., professor of philosophy at Boston College, speaking before the Young Men's Catholic Association at Boston College in the second of his lectures on "Vital Public Questions of the Day," devoted part of his lecture to answering Dr. Charles W. Eliot's article in the current Atlantic Monthly on the League of Nations and the moral issues in the coming election. "President Eliot confuses two very distinct issues," declared Father Corrigan, "America's moral obligation to help European peoples out of their distress, and America's obligation to do that work for civilization in one particular way, namely through the British-Wilson League of Nations. "The former obligation few Americans will deny or blink, but it will take a much more conclusive argument than President Eliot has yet given to convince most Americans that the British League is the par...
BOSTON COLLEGE DEFEATS FORDHAM, 20-0, IN OPENER Largest Crowd Ever Assembled at Alumni Field Witnesses Initial Game [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 15 October 1920
BOSTON COLLEGE DEFEATS FORDHAM, 20-0, IN OPENER Largest Crowd Ever Assembled at Alumni Field Witnesses Initial Game Without springing any trick plays but sticking all the time to old-fashioned football, the team easily defeated Fordham in the opening game of the season last Saturday before a record crowd. Fordham attempted many trick plays and forward passes, but each time they were squelched by the work of the line, which shows up to good advantage as coach Cavanaugh predicted it would. Fordham made but one first down, while Kelleher, Liston, and Roderick tore up the Maroon line for long gains every time they carried the ball. Phil Corrigan played his usual fast heady game at quarterback, but was forced to retire after the first half with an injured shoulder; Reagan and Elbery split up the work at quarter during the second half. Urban kicked off to Steele on the twenty yard line and Heaphy brought him down after he had made five yards. Fordham made its only first down when Halloran...
Boston College Special BOSTON COLLEGE-YALE FOOTBALL GAME New Haven, Saturday, October 16 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 15 October 1920
Boston College Special BOSTON COLLEGE-YALE FOOTBALL GAME New Haven, Saturday, October 16 A special train of coaches and parlor cars has been arranged for the above occasion to leave South Station, Boston, at 8.00 A. M. (STANDARD TIME) and to return from New Haven after the game at 6:00 P. M. Tickets and parlor car seats will be on sale at the office of Marsters Tours, 248 Washington Street (next door to the BOSTON GLOBE). Tickets must be purchased on or before Thursday, October 14th, as but a limited number can be accommodated. The round trip rate in coach is $12.75,1n parlor car, $16.00.
PHILOMATHEIA CLUB SEEKS THOUSAND MEMBERS Rev. Fr. Lynch, S. J., Appointed Spiritual Director [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 15 October 1920
PHILOMATHEIA CLUB SEEKS THOUSAND MEMBERS Rev. Fr. Lynch, S. J., Appointed Spiritual Director The Phi'omatheia Club, auxiliary to Boston College, is seeking to enlarge its membership by the addition of one thousand new members. All friends of Boston College, and particularly mothers of the students, arc eligible. The aim and object of the club is the promotion of the welfare of Boston College and of higher Catholic education in general. The splendid success of the society in past years in the attainment of it's objective has warranted the formulation of plans on a much larger scale than usual for the coming year. To efficiently carry on this prospective program the assistance of many more women friends of Boston College is necessary. Hence this membership drive for a thousand active or inactive new members. Two hundred new members were enrolled during the past season. The addition of one thousand would swell the ranks of this organization to approximately fifteen hundred members. The...