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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 December 1920
BURNS, CROSTON &amp; CARR COMPANY EDW. F. P. BURNS WALTER D. CROSTON JOHN A. CARR We have the Clothes you want to Buy at the Prices you want to Pay SUITS AND OVERCOATS, $30, $40, $45, and $50 Complete line of Dress Suits and Tuxedos for Rent 87 SUMMER STREET, UP ONE FLIGHT - - - BOSTON "FITZGERALD" "The Victrola Man" Has opened a first class VICTROLA SHOP in the STUDIO BUILDING 110 Tremont Street, Boston Up 1 Flight Victor Records Victor Machines He invites B. C. Students at all times. Tel. Main 748 H.A.DOLAN Catholic Church Goods 76 Summer Street BOSTON, MASS. Tel. Main 3860 FINN Hfe- // HA I J 197 TREMONT STREET The Little Building Opposite Hotel Touraine BOSTON, MASS. Suggestions for Xmas We have a large assortment of Rosaries, Prayer Books, Pictures, Statues and Catholic Novels. See our large assortment of Xmas Cards. Boston Catholic Circulating Library Room 717 Blake Building 59 TEMPLE PLACE - - BOSTON, MASS. Same floor as Pilot Office
sports LUKIE URBAN TO COACH BASKET TOSSERS Mgr. Kirby Announces Interesting Schedule [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 December 1920
sports LUKIE URBAN TO COACH BASKET TOSSERS Mgr. Kirby Announces Interesting Schedule Now that football has taken a back seal for another year, basket ball will receive the attention of the students for a fewmonths. Coach Lukie Urban has had his candidates out since Monday and they will play their ' first game tonigth, with Rhode Island State College at Kingston, R. I. Jerry Mahoney has been re-elected captain of the five for this year. Jerry led the team through a victorious season last year and we expect that with most of the regulars back again this year, his five will enjoy another successful season. The football team has set the goal for the other teams to strive for. Coach Urban and Captain Mahoney are out to duplicate the feat in basket ball. Lukie did not play last year but he has announced his intention of playing during this season. This news brings joy to the students, for Fitzy will not be able to play for over a month and the team needs the strength. The regulars back fr...
FIVE MEN HANG UP THEIR CLEATS FOR LAST TIME [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 December 1920
FIVE MEN HANG UP THEIR CLEATS FOR LAST TIME Boston College has closed her greatest football season by defeating Holy Cross and with the close of the season, has come the end of the football career of five of our gridiron warriors. Two of these men are regulars while the other three are the best substitutes on the squad for their respective positions. In Jimmy Fitzpatrick and Lukie U rba n , Boston College has lost: the two greatest athletes it has ever had. Lukie Urban is the first Boston College player ever to win a place on an AllAmerica team and had Fit z y no t been injured he, too, would have been named on th e my th ica I elevens. With the ad; vent of these two stars came the rise of Boston College athletics. Previous to their arrival, Ho I y Cross had won every foot ball game between the two rivals since 1899. In 1916, Fitzy "spilled the beans" for the Worcester collegians when he kick e d a field goal, winning (he game 17 to 14. That year was the first that Lukie had ever pl...
UNDER-GRADS INVITED TO FOOTBALL BANQUET [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 December 1920
UNDER-GRADS INVITED TO FOOTBALL BANQUET The Boston College football team has captured the Championship of the East and it is only right that they should be given the greatest reception ever tended a Boston College team. With this in view, the Alumni under their able president, Mr. William D. Nugent, have set out to make the night of January 12 a night that will be remembered by all who attend. On this eventful evening, the football team will be given a banquet at the CityClub. All the students are invited to attend and they may bring their father or brother but no one else. Each alumnus has the privilege of bringing one non--15. C. man. Applications for tickets must be handed to Fr. O'Brien, S. J., before the Christmas vacation and as it is expected that the demand will be large, we advise you to get your application in early, for the number of seats is limited, and it will be a case of "first come, first served." Last year, every one who attended had a very enjoyable evening and we...
"JAKE" DRISCOLL WINS 600-YD. SPECIAL AT NEWARK B. C. Track Captain Earns High Praise from Ted Meredith [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 December 1920
"JAKE" DRISCOLL WINS 600-YD. SPECIAL AT NEWARK B. C. Track Captain Earns High Praise from Ted Meredith Captain Jake Driscoll has started off his indoor season in fine style by winning the special 600 yd. race staged by the Newark Athletic Club in Newark N. J. on Dec. 1. Jake was pitted against the strongest runners in the East. Jimmy O'Brien, Ted Meridith, and Mike Devanney toed the mark with him. At the crack of the gun, O'Brien went into the lead with Jake following close upon his heels. The two kept this order until the final lap, when Jake as usual shot ahead and breasted the tape a winner. His time of 1 min. 20 sees, was not very fast, but considering that he had onlybeen in training for two weeks, it was good time. As many of the papers remarked after the race, the Olympic Committee ''pulled a bone" when they kept Jake out of the Olympics, lor he has that he is is easily the besl middle-distance runner in the country. Ted Meridith speaking about Jake after the race said: "Well...
Francis Curley, '24, President of Maiden B. C. Club [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 December 1920
Francis Curley, '24, President of Maiden B. C. Club The latest recruit to the number of the B.C. Clubs is that of Maiden. Students from this city met in the Fulton Room on November tenth, and began the work of organization. As a first step officers were elected as follows: President, Francis Curley, of the class of '24; Vice-president, Michael Finnegan, of the class of '21; and Secretary-treasurer, Jeremiah O'Brien, '23. The work of the society will be to advance the prestige in its home city of Boston College and of the Church. The members hope also to be instrumental in bringing new students to the Heights from among their townsmen. After appointing a committee on constitution and by-laws the club adjourned, but will meet again shortly to complete its organization.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 10 December 1920
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COLLEGE PLAY NEXT TUESDAY AT JORDAN HALL Will be Biggest Production in History of Boston College Dramatics [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
COLLEGE PLAY NEXT TUESDAY AT JORDAN HALL Will be Biggest Production in History of Boston College Dramatics A play of real artistic merit, under the direction of the Boston College Dramatic Association, will be held at Jordan Hall on next Tuesday evening, Dec. 21, in aid of the Building Fund. Never before in the history of Boston College, never since the first production fifty years ago in the old James Street hall, has a play of such genuine intrinsic worth and performed by such well-drilled and competent players been produced. The progress in this particular function as well as the increase of highly gifted amateur performers during recent years, has caused a departure from the old traditions. Dramatics at B. C. have outgrown the old James Street hall and this year for, the first time, a Boston College play will be performed on a foreign stage. Not only does the intrinsic merit of Augustine Daly's famous comedy, "A Night Off" a play which in the past served as a vehicle for such st...
BASKETBALL TEAM WINS FIRST TWO GAMES Capt. Mahoney Stars—Coach Urban Shows How, and Then Does It [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
BASKETBALL TEAM WINS FIRST TWO GAMES Capt. Mahoney Stars —Coach Urban Shows How, and Then Does It The football team just closed the most successful season that Boston College has ever enjoyed on the gridiron, and now along comes the basketball team and starts where the football team left off. If we turned out to cheer the winning gridwarriors then we shall certainly be compelled to carry on the good work for our winning basketball five, for they arc a winning team. They proved this last Friday night when they went clbwn to Rhode Island and with hardly any practise, in fact, we might say with no preliminary training at all, they trimmed the fast Rhode Island State team 36 to 24. This in itself is an accomplishment but Monday night they added to the feat by defeating the St. Michael's five from Vermont, 29 to 15, and judging from the way they played, the season promises to be a very successful one. Against Rhode Island State they played a fast, snappy game and the outcome was never in...
B. C. WILL MEET MARIETTA AT BRAVES FIELD NOV. 12 Coach Neale Has Nothing But Praise for Boston College Football Team [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
B. C. WILL MEET MARIETTA AT BRAVES FIELD NOV. 12 Coach Neale Has Nothing But Praise for Boston College Football Team Earle "Greasy" Xeale, outfielder for the Cincinnati Reds, but better known to Boston College students as coach of the Marietta football and basketball teams, paid a few compliments to the Boston College team, individual stars, and athletic authorities when he was at the college last Tuesday in company with Graduate Manager Frank Reynolds. He was in the East arranging his basketball schedule for 1921 and also to arrange.the date of the Boston College-Marietta football game for 1921. The date of the basket ball game has not been definitely settled, but Manager Jack Kirby hopes to be able to arrange the game for Washington's Birthday at the East Armory. The game should be a great drawing card, for the Marietta five has not lost a game since Neale has been coaching them. There will be several of the football stars on the basket tossers, among them beingDon Whiting, who wi...
CARNIVAL IN AID OF BUILDING FUND, DEC. 28 Long List of Winter Sports to be Held [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
CARNIVAL IN AID OF BUILDING FUND, DEC. 28 Long List of Winter Sports to be Held A carnival ol real winter sports under the auspices of the Philomatheia Club, will be held at the Heights on the afternoon and evening of Dec. 28, in aid of the Drive, which will open in the early Spring. The proceeds will be given to the campaign fund for a Greater Boston College. There will be a program that will extend for a period of six hours. Skating, tobogganning and many other winter sports are on the list. In the evening, a social will be held in the Assembly Hall. The program will begin at four o'clock and will continue until ten o'clock. Supper will be served in the auditorium of the College from six to seven-thirty o'clock. The entire Campus and the College buildings will be gaily decorated with lanterns, and electric lights will be strung about the grounds. Prizes will be awarded to the winners of the different contests, each event being open to the public. Professional skaters from the vici...
Juniors Issue Large Bale of Rumors [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
Juniors Issue Large Bale of Rumors The Juniors blazed forth in a very heated meeting last Tuesday. The main idea was to set fire to the Junior spirit. Despite the fact that the Fulton room resembled a Turkish Bath in the matter of hot air, nothing official has been given out for publication as yet. It is rumored that a riot of a smoker will be held in January. Meanwhile the tobacco growers are working overtime to supply the boys with plenty of weeds. Besides, there is a surprise coming after the smoker. Haul out the Ouija and see if you can find out what it is.
THE HEIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
THE HEIGHTS BOSTON COLLEGE WEEKLY Published on Fridays during the school year, by the students of Boston College, Chestnut Hill, Boston (67), Mass. Editor JOHN B. DONAHUE '21 Associate Editors JAMES E. DONAHUE '21 CHARLES J. McCABE, '21 Business Manager OSGOOD J. CURRIER, '23 Circulation Manager EUGUENE SULLIVAN, '21 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.
OUR NEW ALUMNI [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
OUR NEW ALUMNI At our big celebration the night before the victory over Holy Cross, Coach Cavanaugh stated very forcibly that "there is no glory in defeat." We can add a little to that. There are no friends and very few acquaintances in defeat. A man who is a man, stands by his mother in any misfortune. Alma Mater means "Loving Mother." The Alumni of Boston College are poetically known as "Sons of Alma Mater." It is only recently that these "sons" have ceased to be orphans. Some of the Alumni have always been true sons of Boston College. For these we have nothing but the words of praise which their loyalty has merited. The others, and unfortunately, they are in the majority did not care to admit their relationship, even to themselves, until the Boston College football team had scooped all the sugar out of the Yale Bowl. It's natural that they should want a taste of the sugar. It would have tasted sweeter if they had helped dig it out. Coasting down hill is always enjoyable. The men ...
TRACK START ENTERED IN Y. M. C. A. MEET Many New Men Will be Tried Out Tomorrow Night [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
TRACK START ENTERED IN Y. M. C. A. MEET Many New Men Will be Tried Out Tomorrow Night Although the track team will not have its full strength until some of the football stars join the team after the Christmas vacation, Coach Jack Ryder has entered some of the men in the Boston Y. M. C. A. meet which will be held tomorrow evening. Most of the fliers who arc entered, arc new candidates and Coach Ryder has entered them to get a line on their abilities. He does not expect that the team will show its full strength and "clean up", for most of the runners have only been practising two weeks. However, the boys should make a good showing. Clarence Flahive is the youth who is expected to display high class form and ought to land a place well up in tront. Frank Wilson, Frank Emmet, Walter Lanigan, Dave Mullen, Joe Sullivan, Jim Cafrrey, Pat Mahoney, Jim Kclley and Eddie Bell should make the competition keen. The Freshman relay has a number of stars who will furnish a good race against any rela...