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REV. FR. STINSON, S. J., GIVES LECTURE AT SACRED HEART ACADEMY "St. Jeanne d' Arc" Topic of First of Six Lectures [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 15 October 1920
REV. FR. STINSON, S. J., GIVES LECTURE AT SACRED HEART ACADEMY "St. Jeanne d' Arc" Topic of First of Six Lectures On Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 19, at the Academy of the Sacred Heart, Commonwealth avenue, Fr. Stinson, S. J., gave an illustrated lecture on "St. Jeanne d'Arc, Maid of France, Saint of God." This was the first of a course of six lectures to be given at the Academy on the following dates: Nov. 9 'The High History of the Holy Grail" Nov. 23 "Joyce Kilmer." Dec. 7 "The Chosen Shrine of the Sacred Heart." Jan. 8 "General Foch." Feb. 1 "They Shall Not Pass—The Story of Verdun." At the Quarterly Reunion of the Catholic School Teachers of Providence, R. I. and Fall River, Mass., held at the Convent of the Cenacle, Newport, R. 1., Oct. 15-17, Fr. Stinson spoke on the Catholic Teacher of Today."
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SPORTS POOR OLD PUP TREATED TO A NOISY FUNERAL Tearful Celebration of Victory Held Last Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 15 October 1920
SPORTS POOR OLD PUP TREATED TO A NOISY FUNERAL Tearful Celebration of Victory Held Last Tuesday We will try to get a little order out of the general clamor by beginning the story of the celebration from the beginning. Here it is. The team, lead by Capt. Louis Urban, filed into the Assembly Hall. There was noise. The stained glass windows bulged and bent but by some miracle did not crack. Cheer leader Rooney called for "Regular Bostons" for the team, for Cavanaugh and the Alumni. When the roof had been repaired, a shout was given each member of the team. Heaphy's name incited a combination of riot, earthquake and tornado. Morgan Ryan then introduced Mr. Nugent, President of the Boston College Alumni Association. Mr. Nugent directed his remarks to the "Urbanites and suburbanites." In the name of the Alumni, he unstintedly praised the team and the student body who so loyally supported the team. Lie put special stress on the important part co-ordination had played in the victory citing ...
INTER-CLASS TRACK MEET SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 15 Class Relay Supremacy Will be Decided [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 15 October 1920
INTER-CLASS TRACK MEET SCHEDULED FOR NOV. 15 Class Relay Supremacy Will be Decided Wake up, Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen! Your first inter-class contest will take place in less than a month. The track manager has announced that the Fall meet will be held on Monday, Nov. 17, on Alumni Field. Let's have a little more class spirit. If you do not run on your class team, come out and root for those who do. The events will be the 100, 200, and 440 yard dashes; 120 high and 220 low hurdles; half and one mile runs. There will also be the shot-put, hammer throw.discuss throw, high jump and broad jump. Start training now. Be in condition and avoid the after effects of running hard with no limbering up practice. Coach Ryder is on the track every afternoon to offer his advice. Make use of it. We assure you it is of the best. The class relay races will, as usual, be a feature of the meet.
LARGE LIBRARY FOR PRE-MEDICAL BIOLOGY Over Four Hundred Volumes for the Use of the Students [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 15 October 1920
LARGE LIBRARY FOR PRE-MEDICAL BIOLOGY Over Four Hundred Volumes for the Use of the Students Following out the plans for an extended Pre-Mcdical course, a library of nearly half a thousand volumes together with numerous pamphlets and Government publications has been added, during the past week, to the equipment of the Biology classes. The collection includes reference works on every aspect of the Biological Sciences, and should prove a valuable and welcome acquisition to the department. Until the erection of the new Science Building, where proper library facilities will be installed, the books are catalogued and arranged in a section of the Laboratory set apart solely for the purpose. Most of the works are recent donations from the private library of the late William H. Ruddick, whose interest in the science of life in general, and especially his researches in Zoology, have gained for him the reputation of a brilliant student and careful investigator and teacher. Two Librarians for e...
"IN THE BOWL" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 15 October 1920
"IN THE BOWL" They howled with glee; they cheered B. C. In the Bowl, in the Bowl. Maroon and Gold did all uphold In the Bowl, in the Bowl. The game was won by B. C.'s sons In the Bowl, in the Bowl. And the news was hurled around the world From the Bowl, from the Bowl, That the Yale bull pup had been mopped up In his Bowl, in his Bowl. And who is there to deny 'twas fair? Not a soul, not a soul. "You're a better man than I am Heaphy Jack," Said Tim my as he lay upon his back.
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