Boston College - Sub Turri Yearbook (Boston, MA)

 - Class of 1941

Page 359 of 474

 

Boston College - Sub Turri Yearbook (Boston, MA) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 359 of 474
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Page 359 text:

SUB TURRI Standards that are considered excellent are extremely difficult to surpass. Records that have stood unchallenged through the years become increasingly hard to break. The standards set by the Sub Turri staffs of the past have been considered ex- cellent. Records of great achievements by these groups now departed remain en- rolled upon the pages of Boston College history. Yet, they have been surpassed by the accomplishments of the 1941 staff led by the indomitable Tom Finnegan, Editor-in- chief. Cooperation and a spirit of unity were the threads with which this beautiful volume was bound. To the men of Boston College who are to follow the gauntlet has been flung down, a new challenge to Sub Turri staffs of the future. As is but just, every organization of any worth confers upon those of its mem- bers who have achieved success and there- by effected recognition of the group, a re- ward that is so richly due to them. It is only fitting that on men like Thomas Finne- gan, James Kiely, and John Ambrogne should fall the task of completing so memorable a book. Truly these men have lived up to all expectations and have re- vealed themselves more than equal to the assignment. Down through the ages this book will al- ways be a source of p leasant memories to us all.

Page 358 text:

James J. Kiely Thomas J. Finnegan, Jr. SUB TURRI THOMAS J. FINNEGAN, ]R.— Editor-in-Chief JAMES J. KIELY- M anaging Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS Thomas J. Galligan Paul C. Post Edwin R. Birtwell John W. Blakeney ACTIVITIES Joseph F. O ' Reilly, Editor Joseph F. Maguire Raymond C. Flynn Humbert A. Cincotti Robert F. Murphy Bernard W. Frazier FEATURES HISTORY Paul C. McGrath James B. Donnelly Martin J. Carew Raymond F. Scannell Joseph F. Dwyer Edward J. Burke SPORTS Thomas F. Monahan, Editor Paul S. O ' Neal John J. Gately BIOGRAPHIES John R. Ambrogne, Editor B. Whitfield Robinson Albert Arsenault Robert E. McGehearty Eugene M. Sullivan John J. MulvehiU Roy H. Upham Michael McDonagh William J. Fitzgerald BUSINESS STAFF JOSEPH F. MAGUIRE, Business Manager William A. Fouhy, Associate Business Manager Publicity Circulation Paul A. Reardon Harry E. Boltz Arthur F. Jones Frank J. Galvani PHOTOGRAPHY Joseph P. Zabilski, Editor Henry M. Tracy Roger C. Baker



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NEW ENGLAND INTERCOLLEGIATE UNION FOR CATHOLIC ACTION Catholic Action has found a suitable means of propagation in the formation of the New England Intercollegiate Union for Catholic Action. In conjunction with various other colleges this group has done more to foster a better, more mature under- standing of the practical problems of reli- gion that confront us than any other student organization. To effect this purpose in a most pleasant manner, Thomas Finnegan, its versatile leader, introduced to Boston College one of the most famous of travel- lers, scholars, and leaders in the church militant — Mr. Paul Maguire, Australian novelist. His lectures, which extended over a three-day period, provided interesting and valuable information to the members of this group, to the students of the college, and the Catholic laity at large. Of such an organization we are justly proud ; of its accomplishments we are more than proud. As the medium of contact with outside societies, it has brought the high ideals of our college to the attention of all. Representing Boston College this year were John Bagley, Prefect of the Senior- Junior Sodality, and George Kerr, Vice-prefect. Despite the illness of its genial modera- tor, Fr. Dustin, S.J., the N.E.I.U.C.A. this year has made much prgress in its alli- ances with Newman clubs of non-Catholic colleges, and has taken active part in all of their social and intellectual functions. Such an organization deserves the ac- claim of our student body. It has well proved itself a necessary institution among student activities.

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