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Entries for the Y. M. C. A. Meet Dec 18, 1920. Meet starts at 7.30 P.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

Entries for the Y. M. C. A. Meet Dec 18, 1920. Meet starts at 7.30 P.M. 50 yd. dash. Lanigan, Jas. Kelley, Frank Kclley, Merrick, J. Barry, F. Wilson Goodale, Emmet, Drugan, Yantis. 300 yd. Dash. Lanigan, Jas. Kelley, Frank Kelley, McKenna, Wilson, Breau. 600 yd. Run. J.J. Sullivan, Jack Barry, J. Caffrey, L. Dolan, Cunningham, P. Mahoney, Mclntire. Mile Run. J. O'Brien, Deeley, Russell, Sheeny, John Sullivan. 3 Standing Broad Jumps. Merrick, Bell, Drugan. Running High Jump. Bell, Flahive, Mclntire. \2-lb. Shot Put. Bell, Mullen, Drugan, C. O'Brien. B. C. Freshman Relay. F. Wilson, Frank Kelley, J. Barry, W. Lanigan, McKenna Merrick, C. Flahive, Mahoney, Mcintyre.

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Source: Boston College
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YULE-TIDE TIDBITS [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

YULE-TIDE TIDBITS The Yule-Tide is pretty high, and soon the tidal wave of useless gifts will be upon us. The stampede of dizzy donors is going heavy. Just gum-shoe into the four corners some day, cast the lenses on the herd of bundle-bearers, and you'll see my theory is Q. E. D. Tremont Street is so crowded it isn't safe for the cake walkers to propel the brogues over their daily route. The poor darlings would get their spats all crushed. Any time you have five or six hours to lose, just gyrate into a toy department. Don't play with the toys unless you're a Freshman. That famous porch-climber Santa Claus, will be with us again, I trust, but not with his rosy complexion. Any one flashing a nose like Santa had, will be trailed by a squad of revenue officers. The home brew sniffers cannot be foiled. They would'nt even trust Santa Claus. The Wizard who tossed us the word "Xmas" knew a couple of rounds of wisdom. The "x" means 10 plunkets, that is, a Xmas gift is an offering that knocks...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

JL Christmas Gifts Wk S%'?>" ' w' *I For sixty-eight years we have served / ' * \ the people of Boston and New England I [■'*"*" \ ' /&• X w ' tri a " tnc nncst products of the jewelll I .', \ x '.'A er s' and silversmiths' art. l I L:sS5 -Srt] ; J it" < v -*'• :f C[ Our Christmas stocks are complete ■M M'W ->~ ' 4' 1 %V ' /Sy v /« 11 . r , , . . I H m'J? 1i: f |i ™*/W and beautirul, and we invite your inspec- £ '"'\ f y tion or tnem - C. A. W. CROSBY & SON CHARLES A. BIRMINGHAM, President Boston College, 1910 Elecator to third floor 480 Washington Street (Cor. Avon St.), Boston JORDAN HALL, DECEMBER 21st, 1920 TUESDAY EVENING AT EIGHT FIFTEEN ONE NIGHT ONLY The Boston College Dramatic Club Under the Personal Direction of Rev. Wm, E. Murphy, S.J. PRESENTS "A NIGHT OFF " AUGUSTINE DALY'S GREATEST COMEDY Tickets $2.00 and $1.00 Address Mail Orders to Jos. Pate, Boston College AN INVITATION WE extend to the students and alumni of...

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CONSTITUTION BOSTON COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

CONSTITUTION BOSTON COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION {Continued) Article XI. Student Athletic Council S'dion 1. There shall be a Student Athletic Council, whose Members shall be from the students of the College, and the officers of which shall be a Chairman, a Vice. Chairman and a Secretary. The President of the Athletic Association, by virtue of his office, shall be the Chairman of the Student Council. The Vice-President of the Athletic Association shall likewise be the Vicc-Chairman of the Student Council, and the Secretary of the Athletic Association shall be the Secretary of the Student Council. Sect. 2. The members of the Student Council shall be the Captains and Senior Managers of all Athletic Teams: one representative from each of the College Classes; the Officers of the Athletic Association. Sect. 3. Each Class of the College shall choose its Athletic Representative for the Student Athletic Council by an Election to be held not later than the third Wednesday of October. Sect. 4....

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

It seemed strange to see Luke Urban in a basketball suit after watching him in a football uniform since classes started. Gannon received a severe blow over the eye in a scrimmage in a corner and was stunned for a few minutes but he went back into the game.

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Fr. Burkett Will Return After the Holidays [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

Fr. Burkett Will Return After the Holidays The Senior Class regrets that Fr. Burkett, the Professor of Psychology, has been forced to give up his interesting lectures. Fr. Burkett has not been well this Fall and the Class is unanimous in its hope that the Rev. Professor will return to his daily routine with them after the Christmas Holidays. In the interim, Fr. Corrigan, Senior Professor of Ethics will lecture on Psychology.

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Freshman Sodality Meets [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

Freshman Sodality Meets The weekly meeting of the Freshman Sodality was held in the Chapel last Tuesday at one o'clock. A large number of the students attended despite the rain. After the recital of the Office of the Blessed Virgin, the Rev. Moderator, Fr. Stinson spoke a few words relative to the registration of names in the Sodality Record Book. Each member is to sign his name therein and thus the memory of the Sodalists will be perpetuated in the records of Boston College. Owing to the inclement weather the usual sermon was postponed and after a short prayer, the Sodality was dismissed.

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"TWENTY-THREE" [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

"TWENTY-THREE" By SAUF O'MORE The Sophomores are mighty—a fact no one denies, Who still desire to live beneath the clear autumnal skies. We've raised the college to the heights that look o'er land and sea. But that's to be expected of the Class of Twenty-three. We Sophomores are worldly wise but then of course wc know That children will be children until the children grow. So we kindly let the Freshmen have a bit of liberty As could only be expected of the Class of Twenty-three. But when the ''darling Freshmen" say they're going to raise once more The college to the starry heights it occupied of yore, We rise to say the work is done and that could only be Expected of a mighty class —The Class of Twenty-three. We Sohpomores are kindly souls and thus we give advice To all the Freshmen who desire a 13.C. paradise. Accept the lead of Sophomore and all will soon agree That Twenty-four is 'most as good as mighty Twenty-three.

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NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES GUESTS OF REV. FR. DEVLIN, S.J. [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES GUESTS OF REV. FR. DEVLIN, S.J. Representatives of all the Boston newspapers were the guests of Father Devlin, S. J., at a dinner given at the City Club Wednesday evening, November 10, as the "opening gun" in a drive for §2,000,000, with which it is intended to erect four new buildings and to develop the athletic field at University Heights, Newton While the intensive drive will not come until next spring, the President and faculty of Boston College will at once begin a campaign of publicity with a view to setting forth what the college stands for in the life of the community, what its needs are and what plans have been made for its development. At the dinner the newspapers, through their representatives, promised to open their columns to all news features that might assist in the drive. The Rev. Fr. Devlin voiced keen satisfaction at the expressions of good will which he had received from the newspapers. "I want to thank the press especially," he said, "fo...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

Builders' and General Hardware Cutlery, Electric, Table and other Utensils Automobile and Photographic Goods CHANDLER & BARBER CO. Hardware 124 Summer Street BOSTON

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

ESTABLISHED 1818 %m\\tmtvc& Ifttrotehiira Mxtibz, MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET NEW VORK BOSTON Little Building: Trcmont cor. Boylston Telephone Beach 4743 YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS in the widest range of materials Garments for all Outdoor Sports English Haberdashery, Hats & Shoes USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS: Dressing Gowns, Umbrellas, Leather Bags & Dressing Cases Shetland Sweaters, Handkerchiefs, Scarfs and Gloves Pocketbooks, Stud Boxes and small leather novelties Send for "Christmas Suggestions" BOSTON COLLEGE MEN Patronize Our Advertisers They are Reliable Firms MENTION THE "HEIGHTS" They Help Us Why not Help Them ?

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PEGGY AND HER MAW AT ALUMNI FIELD (Acknowledgements to Joe Toye) [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

PEGGY AND HER MAW AT ALUMNI FIELD (Acknowledgements to Joe Toye) "So this is Alumni Field," sais Maw to Peggy, as they stood looking down on the football field. "Yes", sais Peggy, "there's the grill-iron right down there before us." "Griddle iron you mean," sais Maw. "What arc those fellows in the red jerkins doing over there?" asked Maw. "Those are hoof-ball players," said Peggy with a superior air. "You mean boot-ball players," said Maw. "You're always collecting me," pouted Peggy. "Don't you ever make any bloomers yourself?" "Let's go down to the bluchers or in the gramstand," said Maw. "Oh, no," said Peggy, "this levitation gives us a good enough view. "Who is that big man giving the destructions to the players," inquired Maw. "That's Frank Cavanaugh," said Peggy. "He was a major in the distillery during the war and was decided for bravery many times. He is an excerpt on foot-ball matters and is going to teach juniors prudence next term." "Where does that fellow with his hair pa...

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JUNIOR CITY COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS Henry E. Foley Chosen President [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

JUNIOR CITY COUNCIL ELECTS OFFICERS Henry E. Foley Chosen President At a recent meeting of the Junior City Council the regular officers were elected for the coining year. Henry E. Foley of the Junior Class was chosen president, and Fred Mandile of the Sophomore Class vice-president. Plans were made for public discussions. The weekly debate was on the principle of giving to the policemen who have resigned from the A. F. of L. the rating of regular applicants should they apply for positions on the force. Without a doubt the debate was the best of the year, arousing considerable interest among the members. Prominent among the speakers of the evening were Richard Cusick, John J. Murphy, Fred Mandile, J. Coughlan, and Joseph Smith.

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LOONEY LOGIC [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

LOONEY LOGIC By PHELIX PHRAPPE Logic is a wicked affliction but may be used to advantage on children and foreigners. Therefore I have undertaken to outline briefly its salient points and intricacies after consulting fifteen volumes and a cook book on the subject, written in Sanskrit and in the Insane Asylum. In conjunction with my massacre of the study you may read "Logic; its Cure" and "Logic in Three Courses Including Dessert" by Prop Dumm. Here is the knowledge I impart to my gracious readers. My Gracious! The word "logic" is derived from something, but means nothing. It is science which uses no test tubes nor microscopes and is not a breakfast food nor the name of a collar. Some study! In Logic we ask ourselves "why is it?" "Whence is it why?" and "How come?" There are two divisions — Major and minor Logic. The former is called various other names which we won't mention. The latter is subject to worse names. We will operate on Minor Logic. In this division of the subject we cons...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

BURNS, CROSTON & 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 B ROGU ES This season's most popular boot for college men. Carried in a large variety of styles and leathers with prices readjusted to meet the lower cost of merchandise now prevailing. $11.25 TO $19.75 Special, 12K per cent discount to Boston College Students listed in the College Catalogue. COES AND STODDER 10 to 14 SCHOOL STREET 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

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SPORTS HOCKEY TEAM PRACTISES IN THE LOCKER ROOM Capt. Hughes Asks Santa Claus for a Stocking Full of Ice [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

SPORTS HOCKEY TEAM PRACTISES IN THE LOCKER ROOM Capt. Hughes Asks Santa Claus for a Stocking Full of Ice From early indications, it appears that the hockey team is going to be on a par with the football team. Manager Henry Mclnerney is arranging games with the strongest teams in the East and also several teams from Canada. The schedule promises to be the best that any Boston College team has ever had and since the puck-chasers will be able to use the new Arena to practise and play their games, they will not be handicapped by lack of ice. The players have been practising for the past week under the direction of Captain Leo Hughes, who will coach the team until a coach is appointed. He has over fifteen men working out under him in the locker room every day, passing and shooting the puck. The men will practise here until the ice has formed in the rink which has been built on Alumni Field. As soon as the ice is formed Capt. Hughes intends to take his players out of doors. It is expected...

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MARQUETTE GROWS IN POPULARITY Many New Men to be Initiated This Week [Newspaper Article] — The Heights — 17 December 1920

MARQUETTE GROWS IN POPULARITY Many New Men to be Initiated This Week This is certainly the banner year for debating at Boston College. Although B. C. has always held a high place in the debating world, interest is still increasing. A number of new members will be received into the society today, and many more are expected to apply for admission in the near future. Boston College now boasts of three debating societies —the Fulton, the Marquette, and the Brosnahan —also a class in elocution conducted by Father Dore. Without a doubt Boston College will uphold its traditions as the Home of Debating. Last week the members of the society debated the question: "Resolved: That the United States should retain possession of the Philippines." Messrs. Flavin and Hart, supporting the affirmative, showed that the Philippines owe their present prosperity to the influence of the United States, and maintained that a continuation of that prosperity could only be insured by the retention of the island...

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