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ST. CECILIA NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

ST. CECILIA NOTES. November 22d was a red-letter day in the annals of the St. Cecilia Society. It was the feast of their patroness, and the members celebrated it by a grand concert, given in the music hall, the faculty and a few other guests being present. The following programme was rendered : PART I. 1. TURKISH REVEILLE, • Maylath O'CONNOR BROS. 2. "WELCOME," . Chorus ..... Gounod ST. CECILIA SOCIETY. 3. VIOLIN SOLO, . "The Playful Rocket" . . Freising HARRY J. ROCKETT. 4. DOUBLE QUARTETTE, " The Two Roses" . . Werner Tenori Bassi Ist. THOMAS J. HURLEY, Ist. FRANCIS J. WELLER, ROBERT J. DONA VAN, GEORGE V. LEAHY, 2d. FRANCIS J. KEANY, 2d. JOHN F. O'BRIEN, WILLIAM A. DOOGUE, MR. FRANCIS CARR. 5. " I would that my love," ........ SOPRANI AND ALTI. 6. CHORUS, Hymn to St. Cecilia ..... Mackin ST. CECILIA SOCIETY. PART 11. 1. VIOLIN DUET, "Melody" ...... C. Dancla HARRY C. ROCKETT, MAURICE J. HERLIHY. 2. TENOR SOLO, Selected THOMAS J. HURLEY, 3. CHORUS, . "By Babylon's Wave" . . . Goun...

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Page 29 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887
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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

BOSTON COLLEGE HALL. STUDENTS' CHRISTMAS PLAY, Riiß * EoLerl * of * Sicily, THURSDAY EVE'G, DEC. 29, 1887. TICKETS, FIFTY CENTS.

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Boston College Stylus. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

Boston College Stylus. PUBLISHED 81-MONTHL T. ■ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Dollar in advance, post-paid. Single copies, twenty cents. ADVERTISING RATES : Business cards, (one inch and a half,) $1.50 for each insertion, or $ 7.00 per year, including a copy of the STYLUS during that time. Additional space furnished at reasonable rates. Special Rates for the Cover. For sale at N. M. Williams, Thos. B. Noonan & Co., and Damrell, Upham & Co. The STYLUS is published by the students of Boston College as an aid to their literary improvement. As the paper is, for the most part, devoted to matters which may not prove interesting to the general reader, it must look for its support, chiefly to the students and graduates and their friends. These, we trust will need no other exhortation to extend to us their patronage. Address, BOSTON COLLEGE STYLUS. 761 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. Entered at the Post Office at Boston as Second Class Matter. EDITORS. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, ED...

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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

EDITORIAL. The success of the Senior Debating Society seems to call for a few words pertinent to the subject of debating societies, their utility, their importance as factors in education, their standing in the past, and finally, the neglect into which they have fallen of late years, in many of the great educational institutions. One of the first and greatest difficulties which presents itself to the average young man, — we speak of one who has something more than a rudimentary education, — is his utter inability to express his thoughts in fluent language, when called on for the first time to address, without previous preparation, any assembly or society. His self-possession seems forthwith to desert him ; whatever thoughts he may have mentally clothed in words, he appears physically incapable of delivering to his hearers. Some, indeed, possess sufficient will-power to overcome this failing, yet such instances are comparatively rare. The power of extemporaneous debate is seldom perf...

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PERSONALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

PERSONALS. J. F. Stanton, 'B7, has entered St. John's Seminary, Brighton. J. A. Hickey, 'B7, is principal at the reformatory school for boys at Deer Island. R. J. Mackin and J. J. McGuigan of 'B7, are students at the Haiward Medical School. James E. Hayes, 'B5, is fulfilling the duties of sub-master at the Frothingham School, Charlestown. Hugh J. Molloy, 'B3, has been elected principal of the High School in his own town of Randolph. T. J. Hurley, 'B5, is a student of the Boston University Law School. F. E. Gilfether, formerly of the class of 'B6, has been appointed assistant resident-physician of the institutions on Long and Rainsford Islands. J. G. Foley, 'B5, is fulfilling the duties of first assistant at the Martin School, Highlands. T. W. Coakley, 'B4, has accepted a position on the reportorial staff' of the New York Sun. P. J. Grace, formerly of '9O, and now of Georgetown College, assumed the title role in the drama " William Tell," which was produced at Georgetown on Thanksgiv...

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In Memoriam. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

In Memoriam. REV. JOHN BAPST, S. J. On Wednesday, Nov. 3, the various daily newspapers of the country contained a brief notice, announcing the death of Rev. John Bapst, S. J., at the Mount Hope Asylum, near Baltimore, Md. This simple announcement recalled to the minds of thousands an episode of American history, that men would fain forget, and revived thoughts of those dark and happily bveone days, when the persecution of Catholics was considered the highest badge of American citizenship. Those who knew Fr. Bapst and loved him, rejoice that at last the shadows which darkened the evening of his life have been dispelled, and that he has been admitted to the joy of possession of that heavenly crown, which his sufferings in this vale of tears so richly merited. Fr. Bapst was born in La Roche, in the canton of Friburg, Switzerland, in 1815, and was educated by the Jesuits. He entered the society in 1835, f° r thirteen years labored among his countrymen, until, in 1848, owing to political...

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Y. M. C. A. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

Y. M. C. A. NOTES. Even the most sanguine members of the Association could scarcely have imagined the audience, that greeted our young actors on Thanksgiving night, and afforded so much pleasure to the overworked members of the committee, who saw at last their doubts as to the success of the play vanish before the incoming host of friends. To them, but not to them alone, is credit due; for by far the greater portion belongs to the Dramatic class, whose excellent reputation is so well known that they find but little difficulty in attracting an audience worthy of their best efforts. Of one indeed, we cannot speak too highly, and that is Mr. Robert W. Hurley, well known to all our friends, by his many triumphs on the college stage, and whose talents have gained for him a reputation as an actor, that might be envied by any of those, who tread the boards of our city stages. To him may be ascribed the great success of the preceding four plays, and it is to him also, that we owe the succes...

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DOMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

DOMI. The wan Editor desolate sat at his desk, — At his desk all alone in the STYLUS'S room ; Much aflame were his eyes, and prodigious his sighs, And, in truth, you'd have thought him the essence of gloom. Were his heart-strings unstrung? Had his favorite cat, With the music of voice, that belongs to the race, Quick evanished from life, while the urchin was rife, And the shot-gun's sure message her purring effaced? Had a College Exchange sent a withering shaft Of its venom-tipped matter to fester his heart? Had the STYLUS lost fame, or been called a hard name, Or been praised for its broadening margins and art? None of these. And the cause would you know? 'Twas but this, — He'd been trying his best for a month and a day From his brain to evoke one small Anarchist joke For the Domi's dull space; and the fates said him nay. The number of students at the College at present is two hundred and seventy. There is no class in the college which has made such progress as that of Second Germa...

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HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

HONORS. The reading of marks for the month of October took place on the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 2d. Testimonials were awarded to the following students : In the class of philosophy, John A. Brett, Edmund T. Shanahan, Florence J. Halloran. In the class of physics, John A. Brett, Daniel W. Lenehan, John F. O'Brien, Florence J. Halloran, Timothy J. Murphy, Thomas J. Daly. In the class of chemistry, John A. Brett, Daniel W. Lenehan, Edmund T. Shanahan, Thomas J. Daly, Florence J. Halloran. In the class of rhetoric, George V. Leahy, Francis W. Maley, Thomas F. McCarthy. English composition, James H. Leary. In the class of poetry, James Cotter, John A. McCauley, Michael J. Moloney. English composition, Joseph H. Willis. 111 the first class of Grammar, William A. Murphy, Richard A. Smith, John J. Cadigan, George J. Krim. English composition, Julien E. Johnstone, William A. Murphy, John J. Cadigan. In the second class of grammar, John A. Coulterst, Timothy J. Woods, Timothy A. Curtin, ...

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EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

EXCHANGES. The Collegium is a journal just starting on the broad highway of life, and, therefore, merits from us words of hope and cheer rather than of discouragement. But we have looked in vain for a display of that talent, which would warrant us in expressing hope for the future. If we are to judge from the editorial, in which the aim and purpose of the journal is set forth, its intentions are certainly of the best, " its spirit, indeed, willing." But we fail to see wherein its intentions are carried out. The number contains one original essay, and that less than a column in length, on the " Advantages of a Liberal Education." As we read through the only poem in the number, we wonder what on earth could have possessed any man to write such nonsensical stuff, but, when we reach the end, we are relieved to learn that the poem is not original, but one of " those choicest flowers," which has been selected from one of the Collegium's exchanges. The Xavier is in the strict sense of the ...

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BOOK NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

BOOK NOTICES. CEBES' TABLET. BY RICHARD PARSONS. BOSTON : GINN & CO. The text of this celebrated work has been carefully revised by Mr. Parsons, and is now given in its entirety. Explanatory notes are added, and a vocabulary, prepared especially for the work. In the Introduction is set forth the history of the manuscripts, and an outline is given of their contents. In this latter we are told that the Tablet is in the form of a dialogue, or rather of an allegorical description, in which the vicissitudes of Life and the fickleness of Fortune are shown. The issue of such a standard work, in so compact a form, must needs prove a source of pleasure to all students of classical literature. THE LEADING FACTS OF ENGLISH HISTORY. BY D. H. MONTGOMERY. BOSTON: GINN & CO. This author aims at putting the leading facts of the history of England within the narrow limits of a text-book. The great difficulty in writing a book of this kind is, not in knowing what to write but ...

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Page 39 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

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Page 39 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

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Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

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Page 40 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1887

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1888

Boston College Stylus Vol. VI. BOSTON COLLEGE, FEBRUARY,\ 1888. No. 3•

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LEO XIII [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1888

LEO XIII PHILOSOPHER AND POET. Like some fair stream upon its sparkling way, That runs in music o'er a pebbly bed, And catching, as it leaps, the golden ray Of heavenly light, bends it to shades o'erhead, Or gliding through the haunt of sylvan fay, Past flowerets wild, with sweetest fragrance fed, Emerges glorious with the waning day, While sky-born splendors in the West are shed, Philosopher, O Leo, truth's pure light Reflected from thy musing soul, knows bliss In banished error from our darkened sphere; Poet, immortal chant of thine the right Bedecks with hues the fairest fancies kiss, And charms unto belief the raptured ear. PRIEST AND POPE. As pontiff, priest, we scan thy high-wrought deeds. Like shepherd thou, upon the mountain side, Who keeps with wakeful care his sheep and leads Afar from dens where wolfish prowlers bide. Apostle-like thou standst.— Christ speaks, and heeds The froward deep, while Peter's net with wide Distended bulk enforces sweaty beads From toilers on the ...

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