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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
Donovan and Sullivan Engraving Company LINE AND HALFTONE E_N GRAVING Three and Four Color Process Plates TELEPHONE FORT HILL 2370 235-237 Congress Street BOSTON, MASS AN INVITATION IT 7E extend to the students and alumni of Boston College, 1 cordial invitation to make use of our banking facilities. W&lt; will be glad to open a checking or savings account with you and know that you will be pleased with our attention to your banking requirements. Last dividend in our Savings Department at rate of 5%. Deposits gc on interest monthly. FEDERAL TRUST COMPANY Corner Devonshire and Water Streets, Boston, Mass. TOSEPH O'NEIL. President ! 1111P1IIP: : .';? . f-:'~" """- , |pl'' tiPIP &lt; .''■ ■ ■ yi / f / What " N " N S J lip IllllilllfPilp;■ PllPPlf I:|;J|l: :: l|i|'....Plllifclllll ( I nfnPS ■■ : : : : : :^^S:-:-:^: : :-:Vv: : : : :':-:-^-:':-:.::&gt;/:-:-^ : :.&gt;x^i; : : ; 'v: : :: : &gt;"*:■:■:■;■:■:■.■: :':: : "\ : : : : : : : :':-:': : :v:^-: :...
JOS. MULLIGAN, '20, SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE FOR "AMERICA" Enlists Aid of Students in Spreading Circulation of National Catholic Weekly [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
JOS. MULLIGAN, '20, SUBSCRIPTION DRIVE FOR "AMERICA" Enlists Aid of Students in Spreading Circulation of National Catholic Weekly Last Wednesday afternoon Joe Mulligan, former president of the Boston College Athletic Association, returned to B. C. on business. Mr. Mulligan is engaged in promoting the circulation of "America." He is giving the students of Boston College a chance to put this great Catholic weekly in the homes of thousands of greater Boston men who have not subscribed before for no other reason than that the matter was never brought to their attention in a forcible manner. Mr. Mulligan's appeal is founded strictly on a business basis. Sentiment does not enter in to the matter at all. This is his proposition : He will pay you a commission of one dollar on every subscription you get. In addition to this there will be a prize of fifty dollars awarded to the man who gets the largest number of subscriptions in excess of one hundred. There will be several other prizes making...
Will Make Bid for Social Prestige During Week of November 15 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
Will Make Bid for Social Prestige During Week of November 15 Bear this heavily in mind. At the first Freshman Social, no cigarette smoking will be allowed unless the smokers present notes from their parents or duly authorized guardians. We have this on the authority of a committee from the class of '24. The Freshmen have certainly started off with all canvas set, even to the topsail. This is what they have told us. Believe it or not as you will but keep your mind open. According to their own predictions their offering will surpass even the Junior Town Night. We shall see. Be that as it may, we get the information that during the week of Nov. 15, the class of 1924 is going to make a bid for social prestige heretofore unheard of. We hope they make good.
YE COLLEGE GOSSIP FRESHMEN COME FORTH WITH NOISY ANNOUNCEMENT APOLOGIES TO K. C. B. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
YE COLLEGE GOSSIP FRESHMEN COME FORTH WITH NOISY ANNOUNCEMENT APOLOGIES TO K. C. B. Dear Apologetic K. C. B. I do not know who you are but just the same, I am going to ask you to write a column in The Heights, urging every chap in the college to write something for his college book — The Stylus. The Editor. I WISH to say. * * * A WORD or two. TO EVERY chap. * * * WHO READS The Stylus. * * * FOR IF he reads. WHAT THE other chap. * * * FINDS TIME to say. * * * I'M SURE that he. * * * WILL SOME day find. * * * THE TIME to write. * * * OF WHAT he thinks. * * * IS BEST to print. * * * IN HIS college book. AND THEN with pride. * # + AND JOYFUL eye. * * * HE'LL TAKE his book. * * * HIS COLLEGE book. * * * HOME TO his folks. * * * WHERE THEY can read. * * * AND WITH glowing pride. * * * SHOW TO their friends. WHAT HE can do. * # * WHO ONCE would toddle. * * * AROUND WITH glee. * * + AND CLAP his hands. * * * WHICH NOW have grown. IN STRENGTH and size. AND TURN out sheets. * * * FOR HIS coll...
THOSE CLOTH BRAIN WARMERS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
THOSE CLOTH BRAIN WARMERS The malady rages! It has hit the Heights like a cyclone. Everybody dons 'em, from the placarded freshman to the lordly senior. Everyplace you see 'em from the chemistry laboratory to the rotunda. You can't miss 'em. They're there. Plenty l * * * Those Tweed Turbans * * * Cast your inquisitive optics on the ambitious disciples tripping gracefully from the alleviated cars at Lake Street and what encompasses the range of your vision? * * * The Serge Dicers * * * During the noon hour when the careridden youths cavort joyfully o'er the campus and the school ridden seniors proceed majestically to their waiting conveyances, they're much in evidence. * * * The Cheviot Chapeaux * * * They're grey, brown, green, champagne, scarlet, sky blue, old rose and some bring out all these colors. Such a contrast to the cliginified derb. * * * The Cashmere Helmets * * * Have you got one? If not you're not collegiate. Trip down where übotthehat and strut up Tremout street with t...
SENIORS CROWN JUNIORS, 13-0, IN ANNUAL CONTEST Mahoney, Ryder and Dowling Star for Victorious Team [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
SENIORS CROWN JUNIORS, 13-0, IN ANNUAL CONTEST Mahoney, Ryder and Dowling Star for Victorious Team Last Friday afternoon the Class of 1921 practically clinched the interclass football championship when they defeated the much-vaunted Junior outfit, 13-0. Their claims may be disputed by the Sophomore and Freshman teams but the Seniors anticipate little difficulty in overwhelming this opposition. Fr. Corrigan's ethics class scored both touchdowns on forward passes. The first toss, Ryder to Mahoney, netted thirty yards and brought the ball from mid-field to the twenty yard 1 line. Another pass, Ryder to Riordan, put the bladder over the line. The second score came as the result of a twenty yard loft from Ryder to O'Lalor. The Seniors used the aerial attack to much greater advantage than did their younger brothers. Coach Phil Corrigan's team opened up their game in the last five minutes of play and at times threatened to score. However, their attempts were successfully squashed. Both lin...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
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JUNIOR CLASS HAS SUCCESSFUL HOME NIGHT Moving Pictures of Yale Celebration Feature Evening's Entertainment [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
JUNIOR CLASS HAS SUCCESSFUL HOME NIGHT Moving Pictures of Yale Celebration Feature Evening's Entertainment Under the direction of Jim Doyle, President of Junior and Bill Bigley, chairman of the entertainment committee, a very enjoyable evening's entertainment was given last night in the Assembly Hall to as many of the students as wished to take advantage of the opportunity. After the harmony quartet, comprising John Cody, Phil Corrigan, Owen Gallagher and Art Donovan, had rendered some popular songs, the recent celebration over the Yale victory, the pictures of last year's Freshman-Sophomore rush and another comedy were thrown on the screen. Henry Mclnerney, '22, then presented a humorous sketch which was well delivered and loudly applauded. The feature picture of the afternoon was Charlie Ray in "Homer Comes Home." This was what is technically known as a "Babe Ruth." Bill Bigley and Walter Downey evoked paint peeling applause with their elevenrenditions of the latest popular songs....
GAZE ON THIS, YE SOPHOMORES! [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
GAZE ON THIS, YE SOPHOMORES! As Pharaoh once said —"A little nonsense, now and then, is relished by the best of men." At B. C. there are none but the best of men and in accordance with our policy of doing our utmost to satisfy our subscribers, we publish the following nonsense. We don't agree with all the poet's (?) statements. We will expect an answer from the Sophomores at any minute.
"TWENTY-FOUR' [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
"TWENTY-FOUR' Come all you darling Freshmen who are now at old B.C. Let's mould a class in spirit that will move in harmony. Let's show each Johnny Senior, Junior and Sophomore, That the college cannot do without the class of Twenty-four. It takes the college Freshmen to instill the college "pep", And when we form our union, upperclassmen watch your step. For we're going to raise the college to the starry heights of yore, And our motto, Brethren Freshmen —"Do or Die for Twenty-four.'' There are many Freshmen wonders —we don't mention any name. 'Twas the prowess of our men, that helped to win a certain game. But of course we do not come to brag and let our spirits soar As we think of all the glory they have brought to Twenty-four. J.F. M„ '24
GUIDING THE GIDDY [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
GUIDING THE GIDDY By PHELLX PHRAPPE Tomorrow the team grapples with B. U. and incidentally the question arises: "B.U, going to bring any company to the game. J " Consider yourself safely inside the field. This will obviate an)' worry about the admission —for the present. Walk the length of the cheering section, giving the comedians ample opportunity to lay down a barrage of the Sunshine Products. Speak to everybody whether you know them or not and then tell the company that your popularity wearies you. Finding a favorable place where you are surrounded by "friends" prepare for an enjoyable afternoon. The team runs out on the field and everybody stands up and cheers. The company will ask who played the National Anthem. Be patient, the fire-works are young yet. The whistle blows and the battle starts. Also a rapid fire from the question box: "Docs Louie Urban part his hair in the middle?" "Is Jim Doyle a blonde?" etc., ad infinitum. Answer all questions pleasantly, thus showing your a...
BOSTON COLLEGE CLUB OF ROXBURY ELECTS OFFICERS James Shea, '21, Named President at First Meeting [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
BOSTON COLLEGE CLUB OF ROXBURY ELECTS OFFICERS James Shea, '21, Named President at First Meeting The first meeting of the Boston College Club of Roxbury was held on Friday, October 15, and the following officers elected for the current year: President, James Shea, '21; Vice-President, Stephen Velardo, '22; Secretary, Henry C. Fisher, '21; Treasurer, Walter Dimock, '23. Mr. Shea in accepting the presidency of the club asked the co-operation of all the members in keeping the standards of the club in the high position they have occupied through other years, and congratulated the Freshman class on having so large a representation in the club.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
BURNS, CROSTON &amp; CARR COMPANY Mens and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats KDW. F. P. BURNS WALTER D. CROSTON JOHN A. CARR Good Clothes 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 | ARRANGE NOW ( Ylfl/lflnlnJr\ I = or Photographic sittings while your vacaV K-tTtinf J J i t * on tdn ' u xurious health are still in 1 Plan a delightful surprise for the Home | Folks. | Your picture as a 161 'Fremont Street = Appointments Made By = Phone Beach 858 j CHRISTMAS GIFT A JU JU = 1 is their most acceptable gift. You owe it 164 Tremont Street j to them and tQ yoursdf . Appointments Made By = Phone Beach 2687 1 Not "tomorrow," but "today". MEN'S SHOES REPRICED A splendid Brogue Boot, the season's most desirable style. Built for this season's selling at $16...
Sports COACH CAVANAUGH SIGNS FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT No Relief in Sight for the Bull-dog [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
Sports COACH CAVANAUGH SIGNS FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT No Relief in Sight for the Bull-dog .Major ["rank \Y, Cavanaugh, head coach of the Boston College football team for the past two seasons, former Dartmouth mentor, and YD officer, signed a contract last Wednesday afternoon to coach the Boston College football team for five years starting next September. Major Cavanaugh started his coaching career 15 years ago at the Denver Athletic Club where he was a player coach. Alter attaining great success in Denver he assumed coaching responsibilities at Holy Cr &gt;ss College in his native city, Worcester. From Holy Cress he was called to his Alma Mater, Dartmouth, where he coached the most successful teams in the history of the Xew Hampshire institution for a period of six years. When the war broke out Frank Cavanaugh became Private Cavanaugh in the 102 d Regiment field artillery, lie was in the ranks but a short time when he donned the insignia of a second lieutenant, and went into C.er...
U. OF M. CONGRATULATES B. C. HARRIERS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
U. OF M. CONGRATULATES B. C. HARRIERS The following letter received by James E. Donahue, Manager of Track, shows that although our cross country team did not win the race at Orono, Maine, yet they won a moral victory. Boston College students may be proud of a team which will leave the impression at a rival college, which these young men did. Mr. James E. Donahue, Manager of Track, Boston College. Dear Sir: — Your team put up a good fight here last Saturday even though they did not win They deserve great credit for the work in the race, for I must admit that the course here is a very hard one and our men are more used to such courses. All your men were very fine fellows and left us a good impression of Boston College. Very truly yours, Francis Foley. The Boston College harriers return the compliment to the University of Maine students, for they were treated with the best of care and courtesy.