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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
BURNS, CROSTON &amp; CARR COMPANY Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats KDW. F. P. BURNS WALTER D. CROSTON JOHN A. CARR Good Clothes and plenty of new stvles 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 CATHOLIC LITERATURE ALL PUBLICATIONS AT Matthew F. Sheehan Co. New England's Leading Catholic Book Store 17-19 Beach Street BOSTON, MASS. A thletic Supplies FOR FOOT BALL BASKET BALL HOCKEY TRACK and GYMNASIUM SWEATERS James W. Brine Co. 286 Devonshire Street BOSTON (9), MASS.
Sports EAGLE WILL TRY ITS TALONS ON THE WHITE ELEPHANT [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
Sports EAGLE WILL TRY ITS TALONS ON THE WHITE ELEPHANT Tomorrow Coach Cavanaugh's "champions of the East" tackle Tufts at Braves This is the first time that B. C. as met its Medford rivals since 1918, when Frank Morrissey's S. A. T. C. eleven ran all over the Medfordites, piling up a 54- to 0 score. The year previous Charlie Brickley's team defeated Dr. Whelan's gridiron warriors 20 to 0. Tufts was out for revenge. (You notice I said "was"). That was last spring when the game was arranged. Now they are out to see to how low a score they can hold our boys. In Captain Owen Keefe and Bart Macchia, Tufts has two good players. Coach Cavanaugh will probably follow the same course of action which he used against B. U., that is, to play his second team the second half of the game. In this way he hopes to keep his men safe from injury a'ncl in the bes l t possible condition for the three big games which remain. We would advise the students not to be too sure that Tufts will not score, for th...
N. E. I. C. A. A. CROSS COUNTRY RUN TOMORROW Big Meet at Franklin Park Marks Close of Season [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
N. E. I. C. A. A. CROSS COUNTRY RUN TOMORROW Big Meet at Franklin Park Marks Close of Season Tomorrow the Cross Country season closes with the New England Intercollegiate Cross Country Run at Franklin Park. Any of the students who live in the vicinity of Boston and have Saturday morning to themselves, might come to the meet and show our harriers as well as other college teams that the Boston College students are with their team win or lose. The competition for places will be close, with Tech and University of Maine fighting it out for first honors. Our hill and dale men do not expect to capture any prizes, but the boys will be found fighting hard to land B. C. up in front. While there are no individual stars on the team, the men usually finish well-bunched, and in a big meet such as this one, a team that can finish five men together is bound to make a good showing. The entries received by James E. Donahue, President of the Association, are from Tech, University of Maine, Colby, Bate...
BROSNAHAN DEBATING SOCIETY FORMED [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
BROSNAHAN DEBATING SOCIETY FORMED The initial meeting of the T3rosnahan debating society was held last Friday in Junior B class room. This is to be the regular Forum of the society. The feature of the meeting was the Election of officers. Francis J. Horgan was elected President. John Callahan, Vice-Presi-dent, Joseph Tribble, Treasurer, Francis Hynes, Secretary, J. B. Sullivan, Censor. Fr. Eberle gave an interesting talk on the benefits of the debating Forum. The Society will discuss in an open debate today, "Resolved, that the Suburban cities and towns should be annexed to Boston." From the appearance of the large gathering at last weeks meeting, the Brosnahan will undoubtedly give the Marquette keen competition during the coming year, both as to the quality of its speakers and liveliness of debates.
FR. STINSON, S. J., LECTURES ON JOYCE KILMER [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
FR. STINSON, S. J., LECTURES ON JOYCE KILMER Fr. Stinson gave the second of a course of six lectures at the Academy of the Sacred Heart, Commonwealth Ave., on Tuesday, Nov. 9, choosing as his subject, "Joyce Kilmer." This lecture will be repeated at Melrose, Mass., on Monday, Nov. IS, under the auspices of St. Mary's Guild, and at Providence, R. 1., on Dec. 10, to the Alumnae of Elmhurst Academy.
ANNUAL INTERCLASS MEET WILL BE HELD MONDAY "Jake" Driscoll May Not Run. Weight Men Expected to Shine [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
ANNUAL INTERCLASS MEET WILL BE HELD MONDAY "Jake" Driscoll May Not Run. Weight Men Expected to Shine Monday, the annual Fall Intcrclass Meet will be held on Alumni Field. Every indication points towards this meet furnishing the keenest competition of any class meet in the history of the college. It is expected that some new stars will shine in the firmament. Providing that Captain Jake Driscoll, who has not been training for the past month, does not run, each class has an even chance of capturing the laurels. Graduate Manager Frank Reynolds has announced that fountain pens will be given for prizes, so that the athletes will have something to work for. We hope that the classes will turn out in large numbers to root for their respective teams. Let us make this the biggest and best Interclass meet to be held. If the different classes will show the same spirit which the Seniors and Juniors displayed at the Senior-Junior gridiron battle, then we will have an Interclass meet to be proud o...
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM LOSES TO R. I. STATE Lose Services of "Dinger" Dolan and Make Best Showing of Year [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM LOSES TO R. I. STATE Lose Services of "Dinger" Dolan and Make Best Showing of Year Making the best showing they have this year, the Cross Country team was defeated by Rhode Island State College last Saturday by the score of 23 to 32. The score might have been smaller had Dinger Dolan been able to run. He was unable to participate on account of a sore ankle. Dinger has been leading our fliers home in every meet this year and might have captured third place. Jim Caffrey captured fourth place and was the first B. C. man in. Jerry Deeley was the second of the Maroon and Gold fliers to cross the line, capturing sixth place in the meet. Following him in order were Captain Jimmie O'Brien, Pat Mahoney, and Frank Russell.
SIDELINE WISDOM [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
SIDELINE WISDOM The B. U. Band had a better air attack than the B. U. eleven. After the first period, touchdowns were "old stuff." The B. C. cheering section couldn't be thrilled. The elevens should have exchanged goals after the first half so that the field would be worn on t evenly. The B. U. eleven uncovered a new play —a forward pass punt. Or mebbe it was a punted forward pass. Think it over. As a football game it was as thrilling as a news weekly. The B. C. Band helped the B. C. squad to do an Oriental Indian dance after the first half. The game ended as suddenly as it began at any old time. But B. C. had 34 reservations. And the reservations were accepted as they stood. The B. U. team was defeated when it heard B. C. was coming, and at our arrival was destroyed and buried. Ask Cicero.
DRIVE OPENS FOR "AMERICA" One Hundred Students Campaigning for Increase in Circulation [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
DRIVE OPENS FOR "AMERICA" One Hundred Students Campaigning for Increase in Circulation On Monday last, Joseph F. Mulligan, '21, Business Manager of "America" opened a six weeks'drive for subscriptions, and nearly a hundred students signed up as field representatives to canvass Boston. Over a thousand order blanks were distributed, and already subscriptions are coming in. Mr. Mulligan hopes that as many students as possible will get busy on this proposition at once, not only for personal gain, but because it is for a worthv cause. It behooves every Boston College man, who has a little time to spare to get into action. It is a strictly business proposition. For every one year $4.00 subscription, the field man receives $1.00, or a 25% commission for his trouble. Every man in the college will admit that "America" is a real paper, and should be read and distributed among all intelligent Catholic people, but this does not help the circulation any. There are hundreds, you might even say th...
ARCHBISHOP OF TYRE VISITS BOSTON COLLEGE Distinguished Prelate Entertained by Faculty [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
ARCHBISHOP OF TYRE VISITS BOSTON COLLEGE Distinguished Prelate Entertained by Faculty On Monday afternoon, Boston College was honored by the visit of the Most Rev. Shekrullah Khouri, Archbishop of Tyre, who has been delegated to this country to learn of the welfare and condition of the Syrian people. The visiting prelate was accompanied by the Right Rev. Joseph Yazbek, Chor Bishop of Antioch and Superior of the Syrian-Maronite Mission in the United States, The Right Rev. Monsignor Louis Zouain of Philadelphia, and the Rev. Joseph Yazbek, Pastor of the Church of Our Lady of the Cedars of Mt. Lebanon, on Tyler street. His Grace declared that the location of the college with its group of Gothic buildings surpasses any that he has seen in this country.
PRE-MEDS TO ELECT OFFICERS Much Interest Displayed at First Meeting of Biological Society [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
PRE-MEDS TO ELECT OFFICERS Much Interest Displayed at First Meeting of Biological Society The first meeting of the newly formed Biological Society was held last Friday and was attended by over 50 members. The moderator gave a brief talk on the purpose and plans of the society, suggesting that the organization be composed of a Senior and Junior division each including the members in its particular class. The plans include means for helping the members intellectually and socially and to encourage the study of biology in the college. Meetings will be held by each division Qnce a week at which one of the members will read an original treatise on some biological subject. Once a month the members of both divisions will meet in the Assembly Hall where they may become better acquainted and spend an enjoyable evening. At the monthly meetings a prominent medical man, preferably an alumnus, will deliver a lecture and disclose interesting facts about the science, probably with the aid of descri...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 12 November 1920
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FR. LYNCH IS GUEST OF THE PHILOMATHEIA CLUB Winter Carnival and Social Will Be Held on Dec. 28 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
FR. LYNCH IS GUEST OF THE PHILOMATHEIA CLUB Winter Carnival and Social Will Be Held on Dec. 28 The new spiritual director, Rev. Daniel J. Lynch, S. J., was the guest of four hundred members of the Philomatheia Club at a reception and tea given last Friday afternoon. The soloist of the afternoon was Mrs. Helena Countie Galvin of Boston. The reception committee was headed by Mrs. M. J. McCarthy, and Mrs. Thomas Troy was in charge of the tea. The officers of the club for the coming year are Mrs. Vincent P. Roberts of Chestnut Hill, president; Mrs. Martha Moore Avery, Boston, first vice-president; Mrs. M. J. McCarthy, Watertown, second vice-president; Mrs. John P. Feeney, Dorchester, corresponding secretary; Mrs. John F. Berrigan, South Boston; Mrs. Frederick Hayward, Boston, Mrs. Thomas F. Reynolds, Newton Center, and Mrs. Joseph V. Riley, Dorchester, are members of the board of directors. Rev. Daniel J. Lynch, S. J., the spiritual director of the club, received his education at Boston...
GREAT PROGRESS MADE IN REHEARSALS FOR "A NIGHT OFF" James Rooney of Senior Recent Addition To Cast [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
GREAT PROGRESS MADE IN REHEARSALS FOR "A NIGHT OFF" James Rooney of Senior Recent Addition To Cast Fr. William Murphy, S. J., is much elated over the work of the members of the cast of "A Night Off." Though the production has been scarcely two weeks in rehearsal, many of the faculty have made very favorable comments not only on its intrinsic merits but on the capable way in which the cast interprets the characters. Never before has Boston College been favored with men of such marked histrionic ability. A large souvenir program is being arranged. Extensive preparations are being made to insure the most elaborate production in the history of Boston College dramatics. The business manager announces that the sale of tickets will open Dec. 1. The students arc urged to make their reservations early as the demands for tickets even at this date, is unprecedented. The number of tickets allotted to the student body will necessarily have to be limited. James Rooney of Senior has been added to ...