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SPIDERS "LICK THE LOONIES." Y. M. C. A. PROGRAM INSTRUCTIVE. DR. MILLS SPEAKS ON "MISSIONS." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
SPIDERS "LICK THE LOONIES."
Y. M. C. A. PROGRAM INSTRUCTIVE.
DR. MILLS SPEAKS ON "MISSIONS."
!!„• V. M C, K. was especially fortu- niitr Iml vreett In having nich a ipeakxT ~ Mr John M. Milk "i Washington, |) i ' |*i- Mill, i- it Imvelrr of wi.li nspi i KMKi'. V»hO htt* vWtOtl iiliiuv ill' I lie tip. Christian mi ion itoitlon "i ilm (Hunt, mill toliiol in- impn islotu hetr ~, nol from tho standpolnl ol toe i, I tentative of some Foreign Mission Rowd, butjas a travel** ttta address to C„. Y. M. C \. " M i.-siiniw from tho \ i v oi ii Tourist," was interesting and inbiruotive. Hi- address el uhapel, Friday morning, on "Prospects and Progress in China," certainly opened the i ye* of ton of i"* i" k' l '"'' things hitherto Unthoughl of about 'li" 1 ruarvelotui country, We only regret thai we ooujd not hava board mwe from Dr Mill.. There will be no regular \ M C. A ting Thursdaj of thia waek, being Thanksgiving day Nexl week we a* peel i" luivi' ii dandy prujfrarame, (S...
DEBATING COUNCIL SEVERS CONNECTIONS. BRILLIANT PROSPECTS FOR A DE BATE WITH WAKE FOREST EXCITES INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
DEBATING COUNCIL SEVERS CONNECTIONS.
BRILLIANT PROSPECTS FOR A DE BATE WITH WAKE FOREST EXCITES INTEREST.
The Debating and Forensic Council was organised al Richmond College in May, 1918, when representatives ror the following: session were elected by each Literary Society, Dr l> R, Anderson Is President of the Council, W H Noleon is Secretary; G T Terrell and W, it. Nelson are representatives of the Mv Sigma Him, mill \\. ii. Rran * and 15, N. Gardner of the Philologiaq Literary Societ) imi il"':i ■ inn ni I'M i '1., The niijeii oi the Council is to have charge of all joint matters between the two Societies, These areof two nature
namely, those dealing with the Societies,' relations with other nolleges, sad ih<wo dealing with the affairs between the two Soeielies only, in purMlimiT of llie former, the Council re-opened negotiations willi William ami Mary and Randolph- Macon Colleges for the fourth Mutual triangular debate, To the surprise ol the Council, Ran...
R. C. WHITEWASHES W. & M.--SCORE, 32-0. Successful Catapult-Like Plunges Make Game Child's Play for Spider Machine. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
R. C. WHITEWASHES W. & M.--SCORE, 32-0.
Successful Catapult-Like Plunges Make Game Child's Play for Spider Machine.
li"' Richmond< tollegc machine ortuhftd up and down iin' field :>! will Saturday afternoon, November 21at, touring ta every quarter, and finally rolling up tho Tht one sided ware would Indicate ilmi tin* game was especially Intereetlns in the spectators, buj to the band of Spidot " rootei i" it wet inten wlj, a mean '"i'l wfaul swept across the grid- iron, and ciiiiioii the men and women huddled in the grand-stand Consistent "ioi g" wosneceeaary to comfort. Minimis S ivm ItK'ii i AH U kOKS Coach l lobson used bis \ aralty men sparingly, fearing to risk injury al this epoch, The wisdom of sueh action is iweily realised, They will In- needed in the final and climactic olosli nexl Bntur- daj Forward passes and end riuu were the order of the day I'ot W Uliam and Mary, Berstehey and James starred in ihi* style ; oi play, while Pollard, Cosby, and 0. ; ...
FRATS ENTERTAIN PROSPECTIVE PLEDGES. MANY FEEDS, SHOWS, AND PARTIES ENJOYED BY FRESHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
FRATS ENTERTAIN PROSPECTIVE PLEDGES.
MANY FEEDS, SHOWS, AND PAR TIES ENJOYED BY FRESHMEN.
wen bidden to join Lhi various fraterni- tin, Nc.uiv every mnhi khxa dim of the "irnis" wi-iv entertaining their prospective "(oat*." Studies were more of lux*- exiled from thought, mill nil at* ii'iiiiuii won concentrated ii|inii showing tin' new ini'ii ii hihkl time. Statu Phi EreiuiN* at Btniuv'i The Sigma I'lii Epsflon fraternity chow Stumpf's us ii "gel together" boetion Thursday night, ttw I.mli. All of the aotivt Chapter ware presence number of prominent alumni, and several rfreshmen, The order of the evening whs "cuts" in gre&l quantity and speeches in groat number, Than wwe speeohes full of "pap" by w 1.. Phillip*, their Stand Secretary Caspar Jones, o( Richmond Academy's faculty) Dr. frank Brown, ! freak l.ouilmn, and others, At n late hour the party dispersed, latisfled, Kaim'a BroWAI in Tkihu Akkaihh. I'lu' Kappa Siga had their profpas Uvea oul thrice during die weak...
THIS WEEKLY WHY, AND HOW? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
THIS WEEKLY WHY, AND HOW?
ii i- customary, we bcllovo, for the Srst editorial of the ttrsl issue of i periodical to he deiliciiled lii the lloucry hopes and ambitions of the editors In regard to the paper. Tins Ift) whal they Intend to do We say whal we arc ijning In do. Ami you am going llO bolp US when once you understand the "why" and ths "how " A. number of reasons oomo to ourmmd M we llunk, bul ll seems lo US that loin facts necessitatbig sucl) an organ stand mil '•u|nciu.'. In short, we musl hnve siinnMhinu to .icatc new bonds, and to strengthen old bonds of acquaintanceship; something to advertise < Ireater EUchmond Collage; aomothlng to eduoate In the cognisan f thesoveral things happening around us, ami, lastly, to act as a revo- lutionary force, destroying old hereditary evils ami erecting new beautiful altars uf student activities Siinl' nl in 1 1..ini I, whom do you know in Dorm, '-'? HOW do you feel tOWard I '"I'm. '-'•' I s ll a pari QJ wiiii home'. 1 Id. yotl...
LITERARY LASSITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
'the IUOO0SS of Ihe SfsejCftOSr is de- pendent upon a new outlay of writers thi year, Tho three loyal supporters of i. i j eat, Hawkins, Cogbill, ami Blums, are not now witI. us. I.asl year when ihe editor needed material t hoy frit at liberty to approach Ihesc fellows, and request itoris . essays, ami so on, Bul this year then are lew of whom he may make this request So you sen we all musl try. Sume of us can write, surely. Let us all try, und pass our endeavors to the editor. Every month the Jfsissnojr is late noinn to press. Why? Dearth of material He does not expect the poem:, of a \'nte.. Ihe essays of an Kmcrson, or the short sliirics of an O. Heniy. Ilul he does expect ordinary student endeavor, Preshmon, stir your Imagination tank ami dip out. a Story, Ynu arc inex- perienced, perhaps, but, in a few trlnlH, yuu may compare favorably with our old reliables, Lei nil the rest oi us who
have written keep on Haven't time, you sayf \" excuse None ar...
"WHAT HAVE WE GOT?" "PEP!!!!" [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
"WHAT HAVE WE GOT?" "PEP!!!!"
Well, II we hav. Saturday Ii the day to prove ii. Let us fully understand our position. This will lie the ell tic game ol the foot-ball series. I" is with our innut cordially hated rival This 11' ii i i g, The dope artists have ii that her line Is us itrong as ours, and our I nick liel.l very little mi|>i>i'ii>r. Now, follows, this means a scrap a Inni-pitll- inn, muscle-wrenching scrap, < >nr team mi the field must littln si they've never f.ninlii before net that? in the grand itand you musl liuht u you've nevei fought before. Let thai soak In ii vou me proud of your svrcci voic, ilon'l come iii ihe game Your presence will have ■■! bad etfeol on your comrades, livery mini in the grand-Stand Saturday afternoon must be upon his loos, yelling every lone he exhales. I.cl every man he there, his digestion good mi.I In- lunns powerful. Any Rlohmond College man who remains al College Saturday, unless he has typhoid or meningitis, is not (...
THE Y. M. C. A.—ITS IMPORTANCE AND YOUR NEGLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
THE Y. M. C. A.— ITS IMPORTANCE AND YOUR NEGLIGENCE.
Every Thursday night raosl Interesting ami instructive v. M C \ meetings are held in Ihe amlilur Tin I r i- I'rnm 7:1') until BilJ o'clock, The pro- gram constats of local talent music .111,1 |ii ccllcs upon topics \ Hill In cm i\ College man Ami ihe average attend- ance is less than sixty Vou cannot iaj thai you an too busy Who studies at that hour'.' It is the iv-l period after supper, when your mind [| passive, lllll collsi'liiUMles- plu.-llc. ll is the hour when you loaf or riilerlain loafers. Profitable, we admit, fur good fellowship is a major pari of college lite Hut bring your loafers in the auditorium, and let theui and yours:>'f he entertained I here. The distance is not far. If it were some "i|iieen" you WSTSJ Invited I" \ i.ii, thrlCS licit far would l.c Inn a itep, "Yea," yen my "bul 1 would not en- joy ii. Ii is lonesome tiresome. I gel nil that isi hit during ahapel sen lost Too much is unwholesome and cond...
MANDOLIN CLUB UNDERGOES METAMORPHOSIS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
MANDOLIN CLUB UNDERGOES METAMORPHOSIS.
The mmucal organisation i I » oallod tin' Mandolin Club has ilu* year as an on he itrn in null adi i "i ship ui Mi Bingham, I ue efficient leadership nl Moses Uri i i this organisation is fated to ban Important as the Glee Club, and, at present, these are praetii I..Oder BrieUteln, Bogor MillliM... George Ross, on the mandolin; Ru»- Bowles anil Tom Ka-. t, the violin; II C Lane, the trombone; Joe Leslie, Ihe olarineti lunion Jolinson and Nick Carter, the guitars Profaseot Olmsted, the director of Club, wlU ael u pianist The Club Is eager to discover nan ami Ii an) men are able to perform on any uclrii ill lei llicm enine out and try for s place,
WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE TO ESTABLISH CUSTOM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE TO ESTABLISH CUSTOM.
The Sophomores ol WastherapUw t '■»!- lego, assisted by the Seniors, will establish a new annual ttustom it is called "Lantern Night," a beautiful nerotnony, Instituted nl Byrn Mnwr, The gopho- mores, garbed In Grecian vestments, will march fr one of the corners of iho College, through the cloisters, and Into ill nut, singing ii Grecian ode Then' the Freshmen, imilarly dressed, await them, 'llie Sophomores will present a lighted lantern to sncli Freshman, who la lupposod i" treasure v all bar life It la the luperstitioii thai the girl whose candle burns longesi will become nun day, Presldenl ol the College, I live mi- llie ln:ih..„,iii, (1,,.! pun limve, To i -t these days; Ready to walk, head high, with Brm, sure tread, I'lu' year's strange wayil l would besoul-poised, great in gentleness, <lentle in power. Rich In self-giving, |»uring life and low Intormli hour. Help me lo ling anil Jght, Dol weep Mini , oowei When blows fall fatti...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond Collect; and WeMthnmpton College Weekly. PUBLISHED KVKRY WEDNESDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2, liDl'IOKIAI. ItOARD. .1. A. CAHTKU, linirmt-iN-Ciimi'-, W IIHIS'I'DW, I A!i(ll( fl. AN .,. Khituhs-in inn c W. B, IHIUIIAM, | IIAVK SA'ITKUKIKLI). , Askhhaii: I'.ninnis .1. It. WILKY. I MANAtiKMUNT. HOOKS Miii.iiiHiiii. ■ BusmsssatsMAaaa 0, 0. IKIYII, i 11. I.. minmitltlll.S, Ana r lies, Manaiikiih. p, w. Fori, i All builail] iimtloris bIiduIU bl uddri'HHtnt to llic Business Miiiiiikki. All other mntlem ilioiild nunc to llic liilitui-lii-Cliiiit. We »hall lie tilemeil lo Inm.lle uny slnili'iils' commualcitlcui witii due oottilatrstlon. All .in i, ii- ,i correspondence will not be riuMlshed. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1014.
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
The parents ol the II Utah brothers were visiting on the campus laai week Mr Hamilton Is the pastor of the In t Baptisi Church at Lynchburg They were more ihmi pleased willi the new College mil fell satisfied with them- selve* lor havlngsenl their sons hen-. Several alumni of Richmond College, attending the Medio*! Convent in the lity. aalled upon us last week Tho parente of tho Clark boys, from tho ka.-lern Shore, ..llipnwil the'.r Mill-, la I week \i\ dropping in upon them, Kirk Richardson will onwrtaln K. Boyd in hi- homo Thanksgiving Day, A big Cut turkey awaits, While away from College the follows will call m Faonvllle h, vialt, Thoy will return ill lime lor the inn game Saturday "lion ' Wiley wpeoti in" brother, • itiu; Bill," of the '18 class, down for the Virginia Carolina game, or course "Bin Hill" will remain with us to witness the ['Yolloe Jacket" defeat Saturday, "Hut" Bradley bai lately had two M-it.m, and now i- e\| nun ii third, Last week his mini ca...
THE HOWLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
When the Richmond Collage howlers come v liowlin' home from town, II soimils like 'Pitches: yellin' and a jump in' np mi<l down. a tail guy's slngm 1 tenor ami a short unv's lingln' bass Weil every donkej In the State Is 'shamed toshovi in- fade, Anil when I'm slccpm' peaceful in mv link eight l>.v throe, A-ilreiiniin' o' plum-pinklm', or a lest in chemistry, a noise beats mi mv ear-drums, ami I hah ni-up in bed. Ami then lull hack disgusted, wrappin' pillows 'limit my head, The hlooinin' leronadors, ihe parallels of the night. Their voenl chords aie nisly but I gUSSS ihey mean iiii right, The "mis" u-waiim' supper sure can yell, anil ttdmp, anil pniitnl, lltlt they eali'l class wilh Ihe how ler.s when they're hmvliu' Inline from lawn,
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT.
Hamilton and Ins lady were waiting for Ihe ear al Slop \'„. 31 The lady opened her hainl-liiig and drew forth a tins mirror -What's thai fort" asked Hamilton. She lvi I it I,,ward him. "To magnify -'mall objects," she ,m swered. Brooks Anderson WM looking over the lial oi Daughters oi the Confedemej Suddenly be rtniired, "An' if I pleased I I BOUld be one o' I hem " Il was at the HnnipdoieSuliiei Ideh- mond College game, The head linesman held up four lingers.. "Whnl'il he do that fur." I c one I a.lo'd, " Kai" Broaddus turned, and authori- tatively answered, "Tluil liieims we've got four minutes to play " A Sophomore discovered" Hat" Britton i in front of Mnl,r ,v fthoads' store, wink- ing and smiling at snme one inside "Hey, ' lint,' WhO vnu llirlin' with"" asked Ihe "Soph." Ilrillon pnmleii slyly through the Itluss. 11 was a wax model dressed in I lie "latest from Puree." Joe West, coming Imliie I'miii the i.vne one night, attempted t<> ...
FRATERNITIES ANNOUNCE PLEDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
FRATERNITIES ANNOUNCE PLEDGES.
Phi Kappa Sigma T B, Bass, Jr., John Logan, c. it. Godwin, F, W. Oodwin, Tinirstoii Culberl, Caldwell Wicker, Bhlrlej Smith, Sigma Phi Kpsiloe, "llike'em" KfTnrd, il. A. Sissnn, haiimeii llarrismi, Raymond tiarein, w. it. Kennedy, George Mason. Phil'iiimiim Delta Bert llnliliins, John Omohundro, Pitcher Rredahaw, l>. P. Tyler, 11. L. Milboiirne, U'irt Hurt, Hunter Sweaney. Kappa Alpha John <'. Ilarksdale, Malcolm N. Pitt, Rdwta L. Hod, h,, Jtimes 11. I'allon, Morris Miller, Meade T. Spieer, Jr., \l 11. ('raven Pi Kappa Alpha If. Itroaddus, It. Core, M. C, Newt.m, c, C, Cox, \V, VV. Wood, it. c. Bennett
GLEE CLUB ORGANIZED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
GLEE CLUB ORGANIZED.
The Richmond College Qlee Club this year will lurpaite all olubi "i othet years. ; \ maj.ii'iU nl I he members have had I tonne, twining, either here or In other ■ononis Tl incNperienced evidence the fad that there I good ttutl In them. \i present the < lub I md I It I Cenors, Dmuord. BOriS, I'm..11. Hake,', n HneJ.v; Second Ten,us. .1. Wioker, Lesils Cosby, ii'Nei!; I'usi Bassos, Kennedy, Johnson',! Clarke; 8 1 Resists, C. Wicker, a.i Carter, Woody, W Bogb)
KRAZY KRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
A Wii.r Km'ikii.mi:. "Ilnvc vou Im.l much experience as a cook?" Inquired Mrs Dlnsmore of the applicant foi Ihepli " l m lade (hi,. ,v, "said Bridget, proudly, "Oi've had Iwinl'. phi in I Tee muni's, initio.'' As \n. to llm Uiiiik "I hope." said one v..fe to mother, "that you never nan your husband ■•only when he is beating ihe rugs," said the s md one 'When Im Is thoroughly Irritated he makes a much better job of it " I'tiu \\ .mn.'s on Notiii.v.. "QeorgB," said the wife, in her gen- crallv unapprccialivc husband, "how do you like my new Inn','" "Well, mj dear." said Heme, with great candor, "to tell you the truth ' "Stop right there. Qeotgsi If inure going io talk 11i,ii nay about It, I don't want to know," Ills HlvASIIN. "So," said ii,,. visitor, "you Intend ,n "Yes, sir," said the youth. "And why have you decided upon the medico) professlonT" 'Well, a doctor Hcetiw lo be the only until i inn keeps on getting paid whether his work Is satisfactory or not " lllK...
NOTHING THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
Robbie's grandfather was a veteran of tin-Civil War, and, in talking 10 his little grandson about the battles, he said. "Nearly a generation and a hah' ago, Robbie, my head was grated by a bullet in the battle of Chiokamauga," Robbie looked at. the bald pate of his grondsiro attentively, ami said, "Nut. much grating there now, is thci
HE KNEW THE ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
HE KNEW THE ANSWER.
In a country school Ihe leachcr was trying to make ilm I.ssnn as Interesting as possible to her doss of little once, "Now. children," she said, "vou have named all the domestic animals bul one, Who.an tell US whal Ihul one is?" There wet no reply. "Whai 1 " exclaimed ihe teacher) "does n IC knOW f Whet annual has bristly l,a,r, is dirt) ail llm lime, and loves get- linU Into Ihe niu.l'.'" \ small boy raised a timid hand. "Well, Allan," .aid Ihe teacher, "loll us whal ll is." "1'lease. ma'am," said llm liltlc buy, reflectively, "it's me."