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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 December 1919
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MUSICAL CLUB Laying Winter Plans Holy Cross Joint Concert Arranged [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
MUSICAL CLUB Laying Winter Plans Holy Cross Joint Concert Arranged On Monday last the Secretary of the Glee Club gave out a statement outlining some of the plans of the Club which have been formed in conjunction with the Orchestra and Mandolin Clubs of the College. He stated that arrangements had practically been completed which assured a joint Holy Cross-Boston College concert to be given both in Symphony Hall, Boston, and later in Mechanics Hall, Worcester. Columbia University musical authorities have also written with a similar plan in mind and have requested January 30, in Boston, as a date for a joint concert. The annual concert of all the clubs of the college will this year be given at Jordan Hall on February 12th or 13th. Secretary Henry Fisher of the Glee Club is also in touch with Dartmouth and he was very hopeful of favorable results when seen by a representative of The Heights. Some of the "grads" are writing in and asking the Club to book engagements. The Secretary hopes...
BASKET BALL GAME B. C. Quintet Starts the Ball Rolling Easy win over B. U. 29-8 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
BASKET BALL GAME B. C. Quintet Starts the Ball Rolling Easy win over B. U. 29-8 The Basket Ball season opened in St. Mary's gym with Lukie's warriors on top. The total of points should have been much larger, for the boys lost many opportunities and chanced upon many of those shots that circle around the top of the basket and decide to stay out in the fresh air. Boston University had a strong looking team on the floor, all of them six feet and long of reach, but their chief trouble was the fine defensive work of the B. C. quintet who usually kept them away from the basket. Jack Lyons the only one who stood shoulder to shoulder with his opponents was a tower of strength and broke up many a winning B. U. combination. A lot of the old boys were present, expecting to see Luke Urban and his teammate Jimmie Fitz in action. They were disappointed when they heard that the inseparables couldn't possibly attend the funeral; still they got a treat, for there were many brilliant shots and passes...
"Helping Father" Thespians Make Debut [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
"Helping Father" Thespians Make Debut Tonight and tomorrow night the Dramatic Society will come into its own. Under the skilled management of Rev. William E. Murphy, S. J., the members have worked faithfully and are now prepared to ride before an admiring public in their brandnew vehicle, "Helping Father". Play was written by Father Murphy and is staged entirely under his direction. It is a farcical comedy replete with humor and quite impossible situations, calculated to add years to the lives of those furtunate enough to gain admission. The cast includes Edward Finnegan, '20, W. J. Dempsey, '20, Morgan T. Ryan, '21, Eugene Sullivan, '21, Francis Girroir, '21, Joseph Pate, '21, James B. Donahue, '21, Henry Foley, '22, Owen Gallagher, '23, and Henry McKenna, '23. As an added attraction, passing on their merits as comedians and not as All-American stars, the following members of this year's famous football team will cavort before the footlights. Capt. Jimmie Fitzpatrick, Luke Urban, P...
THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
THE HEIGHTS Published Weekly at Boston College 1 CHESTNUT HILL, MASS. f Price Two Cents the Copy Ed i tor- i n-ch icf JOHN D. RING, '20 Circulation Manager l! JAMES E. DONAHUE, '21 Staff ELTAS F. SHAMON, '20 J EDMUND A. HIGGINS, '20 L ] WM. F. FITZGERALD, Jr. *2i [ THOMAS N. FOYNES, '21 j JOHN B. DONAHUE, '21 December 17 - • 1919 JCS3C I &gt;CS3g|
A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to all of you. Chat. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to all of you. Chat. The Heights wishes to extend to its readers the hope that they will share in all the happiness that this joyful season of the year should bring Unfortunately, (we flatter ourselves, for we have been spoken of kindly thus far) we will be forced to suspend publication during the holidays. Our next issue will be ready on January 7, 1920. In this connection, we may say it is not the least of our ambitions to emulate other Boston College activities and enlarge our scope. With this in view, we hope, before many weeks of the new year have elapsed, to increase the size of our humble sheet and offer for your approval a paper that will be even more creditable to our cherished Alma Mater. "Hilltopper"—Attention! It is customary during the Holidays to cast all academic worries to the four winds. A little forethought will remind you that the mid-year examinations are lurking directly in the path. There is need for no further comment.
Father Corrigan's Lectures. Ethics Professor Attracts Crowds [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
Father Corrigan's Lectures. Ethics Professor Attracts Crowds The large audiences which Fr. Corrigan's lectures are attracting to the Immaculate Conception Church are significant and ample evidence of the wide-spread interest with which these momentous discussions are received. On the evening at the initial conference, the Church was taxed to its capacity and more than 500 were turned away. The lectures deal with the present widespread unrest in industrial circles, pointing out existing abuses and prescribing much needed remedies. The remaining thesis in the series will be discussed on Dec. 21. The subject will be "The Church and Social Reform."
Cantabrigians Re-unite. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
Cantabrigians Re-unite. The Boston College Club of Cambridge was rejuvenated last week at the Larch Road bungalow ehen the undergraduates were invited to the first meeting since pre-war days. This club is the oldest organization of its kind attached to the college. The meeting was opened byEdward J. Brandon '83, who gave the war as the reason for the lapse in the club's activities. However, a boom is under way to make up for lost time. The president of the college was represented by Fr. I. W. Cox, S. J., who complimented the club for the work it has done for the maroon and old gold. Other speakers were Dr. McCarthy '81, Rev. M. J. Doody '81, Thomas F. McNamara '20. The club plans its annual banquet for the middle of January when a movement will be set under way to help the college in a very material manner. A big ball is to be held at the Westminster Hotel after the Lenten season. The Heights congratulates the Club on having such a capable and enthusiastic Secretary as Jack Atkinson...
"As We See It" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
"As We See It" By Bosco The cheapest thing in the lunch-room is marked, "500 volts for one cent". We wish to retract a statement made in this column last week. The College play will not be a farce —Lukie Urban threatens to sing. There's nothing funny about that. So Harvard won't play Bos ton College next year. I won der why. We publish a cartoon this week without comment But the Yale game is all signed up, so what's the difference. We stopped one and dispatched the other this year; and with only one to handle next year, maybe we'll throw it clean out of the Bowl. We can sink all the differences of a Holy Cross football game in the sweet harmony of a joint concert. Christmas gift suggestion for "2.30 Birds"—speedometers. Tom Gately could throw them farther than that if he had a range finder. Join the Navy and learn to play basketball. At the next Senior-Junior football match let everyone provide himself with a pair of skates to get around the end, a mattress to fall on when tackled a...
Frank Morrisey Captain of hockey Team Attractive Schedule Being Completed [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
Frank Morrisey Captain of hockey Team Attractive Schedule Being Completed With games arranged with the Harvard arid Dartmouth clubs of Boston, Harvard College and Tufts, along with several teams to be played away from home, the hockey season promises to be interesting. At a recent meeting of the varsity hockey men Frank Morrissey was chosen to lead the seven. Many of last year's veterans will be on hand. With the advent of cold weather the team will be out on the ice. Without any bad breaks this season ought to be one of the most successful in the history of the college. "Dido" Falvey is the logical choice for coach. While "Dido" was in college his speed and ability in dribbling the elusive puck was of high order. Best of luck to him this year.
Hockey Schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
Hockey Schedule January 7—Y. D. at Cambridge January 14 —Harvard at Cambridge January 29 —Dartmouth at Cambridge January 31 —West Point at West Point February 7 —Berlin Hockey Club at Berlin, N. H. February 14 —Williams at Williamstown Games have also been arranged with Tufts, M. 1.T., the Havard Club of Boston and the Dartmouth Club of Boston. The games will be played in Boston, although no dates have as yet been determined upon.
SOMERVILLE SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
SOMERVILLE SOCIAL The Somerville Club was sponsor for a highly enjoyable Bungalow Party on the evening of December 12th. Grantanbury Bungalow was a riot of the well-known colors and under the direction of Hal Anderson, Chairman of Committee, a fine order of dances was offered. Somerville has established a precedent in this matter. Her aim in arranging this informal party is to arouse the interest of the men of the city who are eligible for college.
Seniors Lose Close Game, 6—3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
Seniors Lose Close Game, 6—3 Before a noisy crowd of rabid partisans, Junior defeated Senior on the football field. Until the last few minutes of play, Senior held the scanty margin of three points by virtue of a pretty 30-yard field goal by Billy Bond. With the ball in midfield and the final period almost over, the Juniors opened up and after several attempts, Sullivan shot the leather to Mahoney, who skated down the field to a Junior win. Bill Dempsey, Cody and Bond starred for Senior. Sullivan, O'Lalor and Mahoney contributed the featue sliding for the younger class.
Notes of the Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1919
Notes of the Clubs. An auspicious season has been inaugurated by the various city clubs. Rivalry has sprung up and the Winter calendar is dotted with red letter dates, signifying club functions of great attraction. Lawrence On New Year's Eve, the Lawrence men will hold an informal concert and dance at the Lawrence City Hall. The Mayor and other city dignitaries will be in attendance. The members of the committee are John F. Clarke, James G. Walsh, John Degnan and Charles G. Bernard. Providence The Providence contingent will stage their 3rd annual concert and dance at the Eloise Dansant Academy in the middle of January. Joseph McNamara, Howard Keefe, Joseph Flynn and William Meaney are completing final arrangements. Smith B. C. Club An elaborate entertainment has been planned by the Smith Club to be held on New Year's Eve, in the Municipal Building, Broadway. A concert from 8 to 9 will be followed by Dancing. The proceeds will be devoted to the B. C. A. A., as were the returns cf las...