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BOSTON COLLEGE MEETS B. U. TOMORROW AT BRAVES FIELD LINE-UP [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
BOSTON COLLEGE MEETS B. U. TOMORROW AT BRAVES FIELD LINE-UP Boston University Orr L.E. King L.T. Perry L.G. Wheeler C. Washburn Capt. R.G. Crowley R.T. Shea R.E. Cochrane Q.B. Hershey L.H.B. Williamson R.H.B Jacobs F.B. Tomorrow, at Braves Field, the Boston College Eagle will carry back to its nest on the Heights, another victim, the Boston University Football Team. This is the first year that B. U. has gone into football strongly and, while at the beginning of the season they appeared weak. have gradually strengthened, last week setting Conn. Aggies down by the score of 28 to 0. This docs not mean, however, that our Co-ed friends are going to take B. C.'s scalp, although some of their enthusiastic students and reporters have an idea that their team is going to win. It should be an interesting game, especially when Eddie Foy's cohorts are sent against Captain Washburn's eleven. The loss of Jimmy Fitzpatrick's kicking and passing will take some of the "pep" out of the game, but Swan ...
PETE WALKER RENEWS ACQUAINTANCE WITH MR. JINX [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
PETE WALKER RENEWS ACQUAINTANCE WITH MR. JINX It you ever want to win a little pin money, ask Pete Walker how he is going' to bet and then bet against him. If we remember correctly, last year Pete wagered his week's salary —more or less — on the 1920 Class team to defeat 1921. The final score was 6-3, in favor of 1921. Pete planned a strong come-back for this year "If the Juniors won last year, they'll win this year" argued Pete. Bttt he forgot that last year's Juniors are now Seniors. As a result of this little oversight, he went home broke last Friday night. We asked Pete how he was going to bet next year but he refused to commit himself.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM MEETS R. I. STATE TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM MEETS R. I. STATE TOMORROW Tomorrow the cross country team will attempt to wipe out the two defeats which it has already sustained, when it meets the Rhode Island State College team at Kingston, R. I. The hoys should make a better showing than they did against University of Maine unless Rhode Island springs some dark horses. The harriers received a trouncing at the hands of the U. of M. team, last Saturday when they were defeated, 15 to 40. Maine captured the first five places, the maroon and gold wearers trailed in the following order: Dolan, O'Brien, Deeley, Russell, Cafi'rc.y, Mahoney. The course at Orono was two miles longer than that which our boys arc accustomed to run. Climatic and topographical conditions were not exactly what our runners had expected. However, they made a fair showing against a team which has many times won the X. E. I. C. A. A. Cross Country Run. This is the first year that Boston College has taken an active interest in cross country wor...
MORE CANDIDATES NEEDED FOR B. C. FIELD ARTILLERY UNIT Require Several More Men to Fill Vacancies [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
MORE CANDIDATES NEEDED FOR B. C. FIELD ARTILLERY UNIT Require Several More Men to Fill Vacancies The Boston College field artillery unit" Battery C, has held two drills so far, prac, tiee being restricted for the present to the elements of infantry drill. It is expected that equipment will be given out in a couple of weeks, when the unit will receive its first instructions in horsemanship. The weekly drill is held on Tuesday night at eight o'clock. While the unit has ali ready enlisted nearly enough men, there is still need for a number of non-commis-sioned officers, corporals and sergeants, and Boston College men are wanted to fill the vacancies. Men who wish to enlist should apply to Capt. Roquemore at the Commonwealth Armory any Tuesday night.
PAPERS TO BE READ IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
PAPERS TO BE READ IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSE Fr. Stinson, S. J., has announced the following subjects for papers to be read in the course of business administration: "Retail Price Fixing Under the Lever Act." Messrs. Bunyon and Burke "Fair Mark-ups in Retail Business as Determined Under the Lever Act." Messrs. J. J. Bums and T. J. Burns "A Report on Prosecutions for Profiteering Under the Lever Act." A'lessrs. Callahan and Callen "The Services of a Bank." Messrs. Clifford and Connors "The ABC of the Federal Reserve System. Messrs. Costcllo and Coyle The first paper, to be prepared by Messrs. Bunyon and Burke, will be read Dec. 6. Fr. Stinson is arranging a series of lectures to be given throughout the course by prominent business men.
FR. THOMPKINS, S.J., LECTURES ON PHILLIPINES BEFORE SENIOR CLASS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 5 November 1920
FR. THOMPKINS, S.J., LECTURES ON PHILLIPINES BEFORE SENIOR CLASS Last Wednesday morning, Fr. Thompkins, S. J., gave the members of the Senior Class a very interesting lantern slide lecture on the Phillipine Islands. Fr. Thompkirs called attention to the unselfish motives of the Spaniards in undertaking the conquest of the islands and showed how the structure of Catholicity started by the first missionaries is fast crumbling for want of American priests to carry on the work. There is not an American priest in the islands today. Fr. Thompkins, in enumerating American priests who have worked among the natives, mentioned in particular, Bishop Foley, a Boston College man, and Fr. McDonough, S. J., former Boston College professor, both of whom died martyrs of charity.
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FATHER CORRIGAN SCORES SMITH-TOWNER BILL Characterizes Measure as "Prussianism" in Address at Brighton Institute [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
FATHER CORRIGAN SCORES SMITH-TOWNER BILL Characterizes Measure as "Prussianism" in Address at Brighton Institute "The Smith-Towner bill imperils American freedom of education; it would be as dangerous for our domestic concerns as tlie British-Wilson League of Nations would be for our foreign relations," asserted Fr. Jones I. J. Corrigan, S. J., last Monday evening before a large audience at the Brighton Institute. Fr. Corrigan scored the bill now pending before Congress as "a pernicious centralization of power at Washington," as a "complete reversal of America's traditional educational policy" and as a threat to democracy because it would put the schools of the country under the control of one man, a Federal Secretary of Education, and give him power to say what shall and what shall not be taught to the 25,000,000 children who attend the country's schools. "Democracy is not safe," Father Corrigan declared, "when freedom of education is destroyed. You cannot Burlesonize the schools o...
LINE-UP [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
LINE-UP Boston College Comerford L.E. Treat L.T. Doyle L.G. Heaphy C. Kelley R.G. O'Brien R.T. Urban Capt. R.E. Kennedy Q.B. Liston L.H.B. Roderick F.B. Swan R.H.B. Tufts R.E. Nilson R.T. Vita R.G. Petrone C. Russo L.G. Shepherd L.T. Killam L.E. Macchia Q.B. LeCain R.H.B. Martin F.B. Keefe Capt. L.H.B. Jeffrey Game to be played at Braves Field. Time: 2 P.M.
LISTON AND RODERICK SPRINT THROUGH B. U. FOR A 34-0 VICTORY Second Team Goes In for Last Two Periods and Gives Fine Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
LISTON AND RODERICK SPRINT THROUGH B. U. FOR A 34-0 VICTORY Second Team Goes In for Last Two Periods and Gives Fine Exhibition The class of undefeated teams is getting smaller and smaller but we are still in it, and will be in it for the rest of the year judging by the result of the game Saturday with B. U. The team just ran through the plays in regular form and the result was never in doubt from the start, although Percy Wendell's team displayed plenty of fight for about the first ten minutes. After this the better physical condition of our men began to show itself and the score rolled up fast. Only one touchdown was scored in the first period, but in the following quarter our team crossed the line three times, and added another in the third. The second team was in the game after the first half and several times threatened to score but just when the punch was necessary they seemed to be lacking. We excelled in all departments of the game, as was expected, until Tommy Swan was injur...
FR. DEVLIN, S.J., ANNOUNCES DRIVE FOR $2,000,000 Plans for Modern Gymnasium Being Formulated [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
FR. DEVLIN, S.J., ANNOUNCES DRIVE FOR $2,000,000 Plans for Modern Gymnasium Being Formulated Boston College, which has made rapid strides in the post ten years, and one of the fastest growing educational institutions in the United States, plans to conduct a hijge campaign for $2,000,000 early in May. The funds raised will be used for the building of more buildings similar to the impressive ones that now stand. It is expected that the college will have facilities to accomodate at least four times the present enrolment. The drive is being conducted under professional guidance, and headquarters have already been established down town. In announcing the plans,Fr. Devlin said: "Now that Boston College has passed the half-century mark, we are more than conscious of the great responsibility to provide for our young men new educational advantages. In planning to increase the facilities and improve the educational advantages of Boston College we feel that this appeal for funds will not be in...
THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
THE HEIGHTS BOSTON COLLEGE WEEKLY Published on Fridays durins the school year, by the students of Boston College, Chestnut Hilt 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, '23 Advertising Manager THOMAS F. MAHAN, '22 Assistant JAMES P. DONOVAN, '21 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.
A CENTRAL B. C. CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
A CENTRAL B. C. CLUB The idea of Central Boston College Club has passed from the shadowy realm of the things that are proposed, to the more interesting status of things "as is". We were inclined to be the least bit doubtful about the "is". The last meeting was postponed. On learning the circumstances the doubt is removed. The fact that a meeting was arranged and the Boston College Club representatives who were to attend duly notified of its postponement, shows that someone is taking more than a speculative interest n the formation of the club. A Central B. C. Club is needed. The existence of a definite policy is vital to the operation of any business. Such a policy is no less vital to the successful operation of Boston College Clubs. They have a business —"Boosting B. C. 2. If the various local clubs work at cross purposes —and this is not inconceivable —they may easily fail in their worthy object. The Central Boston College Club will provide the definite policy and its sponsors sho...
ABOUT THAT BIRD [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
ABOUT THAT BIRD The politicians have ceased to "view with alarm." It is now our turn to do a little viewing. The first view we get is that of an eagle, reclining in a rather humble posture and uttering a series of low moans instead of the screams one would aaturally expect from a bird of this type. It seems that our mascot idea has "flivvered." It may be that the college cartoonists have some conscientious or technical objections to featuring this bird in their efforts. The work of getting the idea generally accepted lies almost entirely with them. It may even be possible —though this is a sad blow to our conceit —that you don't like the idea of an eagle for a mascot. Perhaps you have something better. If you have, bring your idea and your reasons around to The Heights office and we will gladly put the whole thing before the college. This is an invitation —not a challenge.
SOPHOMORES ELECT OWEN GALLAGHER PRESIDENT "Bitter Enders" Fight Hard to Win Presidency [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
SOPHOMORES ELECT OWEN GALLAGHER PRESIDENT "Bitter Enders" Fight Hard to Win Presidency After a display of political pyrotechnics that rivalled the red-fire of the recent national presidential campaign, the Sophomores finally succeeded in electing- their officers for the coming year. One party, which was so strongly entrenched a week before, was completely routed. The elections, scheduled for October 29, were postponed to November 5 because the Senior-Junior football game attracted the attention of too many Sophomores. Mr. Joseph Crane led the assault against the entrenched party and, getting all "het up", fairly burned up their breastworks. Factionism was flayed by Mr. Crane and others of his opinion. The party on the defensive magnanimously nominated the candidate whose cause Mr. Crane had been covertly championing. By this time the minute-hand had gone a long way toward the 1.45 p.m. mark and the class demanded a vote. Mr. Joseph Comber of Lawrence, who was President of the Class ...
PHILOMATHEIA TO GIVE FR. LYNCH RECEPTION TODAY Membership Drive Has Given Fine Results [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
PHILOMATHEIA TO GIVE FR. LYNCH RECEPTION TODAY Membership Drive Has Given Fine Results Today at 3 o'clock, the Philomatheia Club will give a reception to its new spiritual director, Fr. Lynch, S. J., professor of Physics at the College. Fr. Lynch was appointed earlier in the year to replace Fr. Gerald Tracy, S. J., who has been transferred to the staff of America. After the meeting today Mrs. Vincent Roberts will annonce the plans of the club for the coming winter. One of the important questions to come up for discussion this afternoon is the final arrangement of plans for a proposed Boston College Winter Carnival. Since the announcement of its drive for new members last month, many new helpers have been recruited from the friends and relatives of the students of Boston College. It is to be hoped that many more will respond during the ensuing weeks. Forty candidates reported Monday for the Freshman football team. Clarence J. Chisholm, former R. C. H. Captain, has taken the assignmen...