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REV. CHARLES D. McINNIS ORDAINED TO PRIESTHOOD Former Boston College Boy Celebrates First High Mass at Rockland Last Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
REV. CHARLES D. McINNIS ORDAINED TO PRIESTHOOD Former Boston College Boy Celebrates First High Mass at Rockland Last Sunday. On Oct. 16, Rev. Charles D. Mclnnis was ordained at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross by his Eminence, Cardinal O'Connell. Fr. Mclnnis, who is only twentyfive years of age is the youngest priest to be ordained in this diocese in many years. He graduated from Boston Latin School in 1912 and entered Boston College with the class of 1912. On Sept. 28, 1914, having completed his Sophomore year, he entered St. John's Seminary. Fr. Mclnnis celebrated his first public High Mass at the Holy Family Church, Rockland, last Sunday. Rev. D. J. Donovan, a classmate of the celebrant, was deacon, and Rev. Fr. Finn, a professor at St. John's Seminary acted as sub-deacon. Rev. Fr. I. W. Cox, S. J., former professor of Fr. D. Mclnnis, payed a glowing tribute to the priesthood as exemplified in the newly ordained priest. An elaborate musical programme was rendered by the choir of t...
FULTON MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE ASSEMBLY HALL THIS AFTERNOON Moderator Expects Unusually Large Number to Attend Debate on the League [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
FULTON MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE ASSEMBLY HALL THIS AFTERNOON Moderator Expects Unusually Large Number to Attend Debate on the League "Resolved: That in the coming solemn referendum of the League of Nations, the pact should be rejected." This question, fraught with great interest because of the confusion of thought on the subject at the present moment, will be the subject of the debate at the Fulton meeting this afternoon. At the end of the debate the Moderator will give an analysis of the League articles concerning the council and the assembly of the League and will show what hope if any there would be for small nations seeking to exercise their right of self-determination through the instrumentality of the League. Owing to the timeliness and vital interest of the topic, it is expected that a large number of the students will avail themselves of this opportunity of getting a clear and concise presentation of the arguments for and against the acceptance of the League. That there m...
COACH CAVANAUGH LOOKS FOR HARD GAME AT SPRINGFIELD TOMORROW Team Well Prepared to Weather Blizzard of Forward Passes [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
COACH CAVANAUGH LOOKS FOR HARD GAME AT SPRINGFIELD TOMORROW Team Well Prepared to Weather Blizzard of Forward Passes Tomorrow we play Springfield Y. M. C. A. at Springfield, and while the game is not down on the schedule as one of the big games of the year it will by no means be a snap for the team. The Springfield col- lege has developed a fast team this season as was evidenced in their games with Holy Cross and Brown, the Providence men being compelled to play hard football all the time in their game last Saturday. Even at that the score was not what one would naturally expect considering that Brown has one of the best teams that has represented that College in the past few years. Springfield has been getting ready for our game now for two weeks. They figure that if they can beat us they will make a "Rep", for themselves, as it would be quite an accomplishment to defeat the team that trimmed Yale. However, we need not worry about a defeat; Coach Cavanaugh has also been getting rea...
FR. CORRIGAN ON THE MacSWINEY CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
FR. CORRIGAN ON THE MacSWINEY CASE The Rev. Jones I. J. Corrigan, S. J., Professor of Philosophy at Roston College, speaking before the Young Men's Catholic Association and a large audience of professional men and women of Greater Boston last Wednesday night, in Boston College Hall, declared that "Lord Mayor MacSwiney is no suicide, but a patriot whose heroic deed will thrill men's minds and fire men's hearts as long as patriotism and love for the freedom of one's country live among men." Father Corrigan was talking on "The League and Ireland," and because of the public interest in the Lord Mayor's case, he explained the moral aspects of the hunger-strike that has had such a tragic ending. "The principle involved," he declared, "is well-known to mora! philosophers. "It is the same principle that morally justifies the fireman's risk to his life at a fire for the life and personal security of others. "It is the identical principle that makes it right for a priest to minister to the si...
DRAMATIC CLUB BEGINS REHEARSALS FOR FIRST PRODUCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
DRAMATIC CLUB BEGINS REHEARSALS FOR FIRST PRODUCTION Yesterday marked the beginning of the five weeks' preparation for the first production of the dramatic season, Daly's "A Night Off", to be held in Jordan Hall the first week in December. So much good talent has come to light this year that competition for parts is very keen. The appointment of the different characters is being made by a process of elimination. At the public trials held a short while ago, three possible candidates for each part were selected. Yesterday, each individual candidate was given an opportunity to portray his histrionic ability in the part which his type had suggested to the judges at the public competitive trials. The final result will be announced officially within a few days. The Faculty Director, Fr. William E. Murphy, S. J., has spared neither time nor effort in adapting the characters to suit the standard held in Jesuit colleges. Much favorable comment has been made among friends of the college upon ...
THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
THE HEIGHTS BOSTON COLLEGE WEEKLY Published on Fridays during the school year, by the students of Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Boston (67), Mass. Editor JOHN B. DONAHUE '21 Associate Editors ■ JAMES E. DONAHUE '21 CHARLES J. McCABE, '21 Business Manager OSGOOD J. CURRIER, '23 Assistant EDWARD J. DAVIS Advertising Manager THOMAS F. MAHAN, '22 Staff IRVING F. GREGORY, '21 JOSEPH D. PATE, '21 DANIEL J. McSWEENEY, '22 PAUL J. WENNERS, '23 EDWARD F. MULLIGAN, '23 Art Department CORNELIUS M. FLYNN, '21 JOHN T. SULLIVAN, '24 Staff Photographer CORNELIUS T. H. SHERLOCK, '22 Subscription Rate $2.00 per year Advertising rates furnished on request Entered at the Boston Post Office as second class matter. Material for insertion must be at "The Heights" office before noon on Monday.
LORD MAYOR MacSWINEY [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
LORD MAYOR MacSWINEY When a renowned educator, a great inventor, a public benefactor, dies, we nod, say he was a great man —and then we forget him. Lord Mayor MacSwiney's death has had an entirely different effect. A thing which appears strange at first is the note of admiration and even of exhiliration, which sounds above the sobbing of his wife and child, his close friends and the world at large. Yet it is not strange at all if we but pause a moment and look into the source whence these widely divergent feelings flow. During the Lord Mayor's imprisonment, we sympathized with him on account of the torture he endured. On hearing of his death we were moved first to pity — then to resentment of the injustice which occasioned his death. This latter feeling passed quickly and we were filled with admiration for the Lord Mayor's courage, his sincerity and his persistence in holding to his principles at all cost. Now comes the sense of exhiliration — the stimulus which will be an inspirati...
AN INSULTING CARTOON [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
AN INSULTING CARTOON Harvey's Weekly, one of the most eminent and highly rated of our country's periodicals has seen fit to publish a cartoon entitled, "Having Difficulty in Hanging the Masterpiece." Governor Cox, Democratic nominee for President, is shown on top of a tottering step-ladder labelled "Public Confidence," holding a picture representing Uncle Sam as the greatest he-angel, with a great heart for his body. Above the figure is the inscription, "Prof. Wilson's League of Nations, the Immaculate Conception." The Republican National Committee has overstepped the bounds of propriety and of decency in flaunting this vile and blasphemous cartoon before the eyes of the voters of the nation. To bring personalities into a political campaign is a tolerated evil. To lampoon an article of religion, a thing clear to every true Christian heart, is despicable. The Boston Post is to be heartily commended for the way in which it brought the matter before the eyes of its readers. We quote fr...
WE WANT TO SAY — [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
WE WANT TO SAY — 1. That the members of The Heights Staff are not magicians. 2. That the process used in getting this paper out every week is not to create a dense cloud of cigarrette smoke, wave the magic Fountain pen and pile up neattly folded copies of the paper as they drop out of the air. 3. That news can't be created —but it can be found. 4. That there are a good many news items that we miss for the reason that we have not yet discovered, the formula for being in more than seven places at once. 5. That you can do us a favor by dropping in at The Heights office with any little news item you pick up. 6. That this interest on your part will enable us to produce a bigger and a "newsier" Heights.
CLASS IN PUBLIC SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
CLASS IN PUBLIC SPEAKING The Rev. Fr. Dore, S. J., the genial history professor is anxious to organize a class in public speaking, and his announcement has created wide interest. We expect a capacity registration, if it comes to pass. Fr. Dore is an ideal man to conduct such a class, and is also the Moderator of the Marquette Debating Society. Such an organization offers an opportunity to those, who are not members of the debating societies, to obtain some idea of forensic art, which otherwise they would lose.
HOLIDAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
HOLIDAYS Monday is a Holy Day of Obligation; consequently there will be no class. Tuesday is Election Day. That estimable and dignified body of men, known as Seniors, have been granted the day off, and we hope they conduct the affairs of the country in a commendable manner.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
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"DAYLIGHT SAVING" ENDS TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
"DAYLIGHT SAVING" ENDS TOMORROW Seniors, Juniors, Sohpomores,Freshmen! But especially Seniors! Don't forget to stop your 21-jewel lngcrsoll for an hour tomorrow. If you don't, you'll be at college ahead of time Monday morning. A dire calamity, that! After tomorrow we cannot be half an hour early for school when we are half an hour late, for the clocks are going back to work on regular time. So put the hour hand back an hour Saturday night and sleep longer, if you forget about it, you'll find that by oversleeping forty minutes Sunday morning, you cheated yourself out of twenty minutes' rest!
YE COLLEGE GOSSIP APOLOGIES TO K. C. B [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
YE COLLEGE GOSSIP APOLOGIES TO K. C. B Dear: Just a line to let you know that I have not seen any B. C. boys come into my store. Yet, your friend Jim, an ad man on The Heights, promised good results, if I should advertise in your College Weekly. Tell me, what is wrong with the boys out there. J. J. Flynn. MY DEAR Jack. * * * WHILE RIDING in. * * * ON A crowded car. * * * I WAS forced to stand. * * * AND WHILE I clung. * * * TO A leather strap. * * * I HAD a chance. * * * TO READ the ads. * * * ON ONE it said. * * * "IF YOU arc pleased.'* * * * AND FIND, It "pays * * * TO ADVERTISE." THEN TELL your friends. * * * AND LET them know. * * * THAT YOU were pleased. * * * BUT WHAT you say. * * * ABOUT THE boys. * * * WHO BUY The Heights. GIVES ME a chance. * * * TO LET them know. * * * THAT WHEN you give. * * * AN AD to Jim. * * * YOU'RE HELPING us. * * * TO PUT this Sheet. OUT EVERY week. * * * SO THEY can read. ABOUT THE chaps. * * * WHO WIN the games. * * * WHO LEAD the Clubs. 3|c if Hf...
William A. Mainey, '21, Named President of Boston College Club of Rhode Island [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
William A. Mainey, '21, Named President of Boston College Club of Rhode Island At the regular meeting of the Boston College Club of Rhode Island, the following officers were elected: President, William A. Mainey, '21; Vice-President, Michael A. Fitzpatrick, '21; Secretary, William A. Torphy, '22; Treasurer, Joseph P. Flynn, '21. The club will hold its annual ball in Elk's Auditorium, Providence, during the month of January. The committee in charge consists of: James L. Hanley, '19, Howard F. Keefe, '20, Charles A. Coyle, '21, Francis J. McCaffrey, '21, and Francis E. Kempf, '24.
RADIO CLUB HELD ITS ANNUAL ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 29 October 1920
RADIO CLUB HELD ITS ANNUAL ELECTION At the initial meeting of the Radio Club of Boston College, Edward J. Ford '21 was elected President for the coming year. The other officers elected were John A. Ecker '23, Vice-Pres.; Frank R. Doherty '23, Sec; Harry Fisher '21, Treas. Rev. Fr. Lynch, S. J., the moderator of the Club, announced that every noontime there would be code practice and instructions to enable the members to apply for their license within the coming month.