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BART HOGAN '21 TO LEAD THE BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY Pre-meds Choose Prominent Student for President [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
BART HOGAN '21 TO LEAD THE BIOLOGICAL SOCIETY Pre-meds Choose Prominent Student for President The recent presidential campaign was a minus quantity compared to the contest between candidates for the leading office of the Biological Society. Last Friday, the Pre-meds assembled "summa cum studio" to choose the man "higher up" for the coming year. Hogan and Gallivan were the nominees and each had prominent verbal artists stumping in his behalf. Irving Gregory was chairman and was alert every minute keeping order throughout the turmoil of the campaign. Finally, from the sea of superlatives and flattering phrases, Bart Hogan, of the Senior division, emerged victorious. The rivalry for the other offices was no less keen. James Shea, of Senior was honored with vice-presidency and Arthur Burns of the Juniors, became treasurer. Charles J. McCarthy was unanimously elected secretary, owing to his marked secretarial talent and wide experience. All the officers are prominent in the college both ...
Sodality Notes [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
Sodality Notes On Wednesday, the Junior Sodalityelected the following officers for the coming year: Prefect, John J. Consodine; First Assistant, Ray Drugan; Second Assistant, James A. Ryan; Secretary, Francis X. Daley; Treasurer, John F. Craig; Sacristan, Leonard A. McMahan ; Organist, Cornelius T. A. Sherlock. Reverend Francis P. Donnelly, S. J., Moderator, has prepared a number of up-to-date subjects which will prove of interest to all those who attend the Sodality meetings. Again we urge you: Keep your eye on Clarence Flahive. He is a "sure-enough" representative of the Eagle, the way he soars over the cross-bars.
MUSICAL CLUB ANNOUNCES DATE OF FIRST CONCERT Don't Forget Feb. 7th at Jordan Hall [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
MUSICAL CLUB ANNOUNCES DATE OF FIRST CONCERT Don't Forget Feb. 7th at Jordan Hall According to Manager Fred. Mockler of the Musical Clubs of Boston College, the members, not finding fault in any way, but wishing to express their views, claim that they do not find the Undergrads behind them at the home football games. To these games each member of the Band has been present, swelling the attendance of its members to 100' , and displaying a snappy appearance before all our recent opponents. Big things have been promised by the leaders of the Musical Clubs and so far they have come through with flying colors, but they need support. Let us cheer and yell for them when they do their not little, but BIG bit —for what's a football game without a band? Let the Seniors answer. It has also been announced that a Mandolin Club has been formed. "Connie" Flynn is at present leading the Club, assisted by another noble Senior, Philip Saponaro. Friday afternoon has been chosen as the day of rehearsal...
WEEKLY STEREOPTICON LECTURES FEATURE OF GEOLOGY COURSE Conducted by Fr. Risacher, S. J.,Head of the Science Department [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
WEEKLY STEREOPTICON LECTURES FEATURE OF GEOLOGY COURSE Conducted by Fr. Risacher, S. J.,Head of the Science Department Hereafter as one of the regular features of Senior geology, Fr. Risacher, S. J., will give an illustrated lecture every Tuesday morning. The lecture will treat graphically of the topics brought up for discussion during the previous lectures. Fr. Risacher hopes in this way to bring home to the students a more comprehensive knowledge of theoretical geology. On Nov. 16, the second illustrated lecture was held. Geysers were depicted in all stages of their development by many beautifully colored slides. At the close of the lecture the students were unanimous in their expression of their interest and pleasure at this novel departure on the part of Fr. Risacher. Dave Mullen was kept busy chasing Tufts subs out of the game. "Kewpie" Kelleher still wore his sweet smile even when he was ploughing through the Tufts line. Nothing bothers this lad. Somebody was lying down on the...
SPORT NOTE FROM PARIS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
SPORT NOTE FROM PARIS The following letter and clipping was received at The Heights office last Monday. We are indebted to John L. Johnson, ex'2o, for the communication. Mr. Johnson and four other B. C. men recently left this country to complete their studies for the priesthood at the American College, Rome. Paris, France. Oct. 26, 1920. Dear —: While en route to Rome, I ran across the enclosed article in the Paris edition of the New York Herald. I hope it will be useful in boosting B. C. It certainly was a great message for us. Best wishes from, John L. Johnson. The clipping is under the heading "Boston College Again Beats Elis" and runs as follows: "The much-heralded football rennaisance of the so-called "Big Three" passed under a very black cloud yesterday when Yale, supposedly the strongest of the old rivals this year, went down before Boston College, 21 to 13. This is the second successive year in which the Back Bay eleven has triumphed at New Haven, and the third defeat by min...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
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Sports JUNIORS SCORE 42 POINTS AND WIN INTERCLASS MEET "Swede" Sullivan is Individual Star. Takes Three Firsts and One Second [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
Sports JUNIORS SCORE 42 POINTS AND WIN INTERCLASS MEET "Swede" Sullivan is Individual Star. Takes Three Firsts and One Second the meet due to illness. With both of these men running, the score of the Junior class would have been larger. Another disappointment was the failure of Clarence Flahivc to break the Interclass record for the high jump. This was not due to the fact that he could not do it; but on account of lhe inclement weather and the poor condition of the ground, Coach Ryder declined to allow his star jumper to clear the bar any higher than was necessary to win the event. However, the meet was a huge success and was a fitting climax to the 1920 outdoor season. Despite the poor showing which our Cross Country team made this fall, we are satisfied, for the boom has been launched, and in the course ol lime 13oston College will get her share of long distance runners. In the most exciting Interclass Meet ever held at the Heights, the Juniors carried away the honors by 6 points ...
B. C. MEETS MARIETTA TOMORROW First of "Big Three" Games Will Be A Thrilly Contest [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
B. C. MEETS MARIETTA TOMORROW First of "Big Three" Games Will Be A Thrilly Contest The first of the remaining three big games on the Boston College football schedule will be played tomorrow, when Coach Cavanaugh's charges will stack up against Coach "Greasy" Neale's Marietta College team from Ohio. The game promises to be a thriller as the Westerners have a good record and have not lost a game this year. But Captain Lukie Urban and his mates are confident that Marietta will taste her first defeat tomorrow. Ben Roderick, our dashing halfback is an Ohioan and he also thinks that our team will win. He has an idea of the ability of the Marietta team and he does not think they will measure up to the ability of the B.C. eleven. Bill Dempsey, who was captain of the track team last year and was one of the best centerfielders that Boston College ever had, also believes that his Alma Mater will win. Bill is coaching out in Cleveland, Ohio, and naturally has an idea of the ability of the Ohioa...
M. I. T. Wins N. E. I. C. A. A. Cross Country Meet [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
M. I. T. Wins N. E. I. C. A. A. Cross Country Meet M.I.T. carried away first honors at the Eighth Annual Cross Country Run of the N.E.I.C.A.A. held at Franklin Park, last Saturday morning. Bates captured second place with University of Maine third. Boston College was twelfth, a poor showing, but not unexpected as our material has been very poor. Raymond Buker of Bates College won first place with Billy McMahon of M.I.T. second. Jerry Deeley was the first man to finish for Boston College capturing 35th place. The rest of the team finished in the following order: Jimmie O'Brien, Dinger Dolan, Frank Russell, Pat Mahoney, and Joe Flynn. The Cross Country season is now at an end. The team has been defeated in al its meets but nevertheless, Coach Ryder is i t complaining. He has done his best with the material he had and at least was :i; t afraid to have his fliers defeated. Some colleges that we know of, refuse to run a meet unless they see a chance to win. That is not Jack Ryder's spiri...
MORE DRIVERS WANTED FOR THE "AMERICA" DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
MORE DRIVERS WANTED FOR THE "AMERICA" DRIVE What do you think of the "AMERICA" magazine? Is it not a most worthy paper? Should not all intelligent and Catholic Bostonians read every issue? Every man at Boston College will admit that it is in a class all by itself from the standpoint of Catholic literature, and that every Catholic would and should enjoy its articles, written by the cleverest and ablest literary men. A week or so ago, the business manager of the "America" opened a drive for increased circulation in Boston, Catholic and intellectual Boston, where strange to say the circulation is astonishingly low. A hundred students of this college took advantage of the opportunity offered them, and signed up as Field Representatives. As was explained before, the job as a representative is a profitable enterprise, and a 25% commission and a part of the $200 in cash prizes constitutes the main plan. "America" is not a magazine of fiction or devotion. It contains no illustrations or car...
Mr. Tobin, S. J., Starts Class in Surveying [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
Mr. Tobin, S. J., Starts Class in Surveying The opportunity of putting into practice the many theories of Plane Geometry will be held at to the members of the college. On Tuesday afternoon, after school, a course in Plane Surveying will be given by Mr. Tobin, S. J. The work includes the study and use of the tape and chain in measuring distances, the use and adjustment of the compass, engineer's level, transit and aneroid barometer. Methods of recording and computing distances, etc., will be given. This part of the course will be given during the cold, stormy days of the winter. As soon as the warm, pleasant weather arrives, the most important part will start in field work. During the spring all will have an opportunity to measure the area heights, and distances around the college. The first meeting of the class will be held on next Tuesday in the Physics lecture room. All who wish to take this course should have their applications in next Tuesday. Freshman Night Oozes Mystery Eamus!...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 19 November 1920
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