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ATHLETICS GIVEN NEW LIFE BY DOBSON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 18 February 1916
ATHLETICS GIVEN NEW LIFE BY DOBSON.
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rudiments ol fcha garni, In which it had hitherto shown ft sad weakness. The tnnoviit ion of lilni'k-lionrd work iiikl of examinations un On' rules of loot-ball Ikim been a strong factor in (jM develop- niriii of technique, and thai aort of eon- Hden.ee whiel) n thorough understanding oi the game gives n well-balanced foot bull team, Dobnoii'H contract bus expired. Al the ri'ii'iii meeting of the rUhlatlb Oounbil he wai uiVi'i'i'il s renewal 61 the oorktrsKit, but no definite answer has as yei I n received (roia him, One remarkable characteristic of Ooaah IKilihiiii'ii sueejesful oftJreer al this i"- stltutten'ls the maimer in wMoh he ol>- tained tw> aotiva support of the entire student body, Previous to his arrival thfttt wliH ll K mll difficulty in KOtiiiiK siilliciont number of mart to "'.v out for the teams, To-day no such difficulty is, in evidence, l lis Influents amoWg the students and bis eeai ...
WESTHAMPTON CLUBS IN FULL SWING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 18 February 1916
WESTHAMPTON CLUBS IN FULL SWING.
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I Nlnml Wildly ut. tlii'door, and, as the gUaVfU appeared, welcomed them In true Parlauw fashion. No English word was allowed, I'ivi'n the"./, ntta i-hiiruiaiitc" ni' one mem- bar vviih iircfci'i'i'il loiiny departure from di,' Kri'iu'li Game* were played, and li thoroughly amusing time wee patted, The 11 Irs jigs Nnrtimx <H«M MTV*! during the evening, and if yon want (oho assured »f the full him, Juil ask eomebotly who was there, —-o— The Music Club iB now now. He present luaosaJ \t only the continuation of that of left year. Monday night these \Vi'slliiiin|)tim imiHioiiiiiH hold ft MbCormaok ooiieert nil to themselvee, I : i.ririi of iiiiK singer's life was rani by Minn Smith, mill than tome of bin in>nt- lovod songs woro board on tho Viotroja, it was <|iiii<> onfertalnlng, and especially appropriate, coming an it did just tho ninlii before MeCormaok's appearance at 'In Auditorium. II Tiic (lerm...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 18 February 1916
•-.. '---' (.lunim Uiiinim Won by LmI by lUohmond nii'hnioinl CdlluRc. Quiltl*. Ymir. CnnM I'IuvimI by tUobmond CoU*g*. <>|l|llllM'llllt. Tie 1'oinln Boorad by lliidiiiiniid Cnllrm-, Point* .Soori'd by Oppii- nciilH. 1018 'is Ifil.l '18 [BIB ii ■ 8 Itmul.jlpli Man.i, lli 1 iul»lni-Si,liii.y. William ind M»ry H 1 B 2 8 n 1 II II 1 I 137 MM :ii on id 112 Total.. lo " I :( UiunrH I'IuvimI liy Kirbiiiinid uoutg*. <l|i||ii|M'|ll •, I Your, 1000 'ill I lino 'l 3 1800 'M amdoipb«M»<)on, 11 iiti>)><!' n Sidney W'lllnini iiiul Miiry OttDM Qtmai Won Bj U»i by Itll'llllKllnl Kil'llllKllllI C'olli'Hl'. UoflogB, ■I 7 ■! fi _. _ Tt« (UllK'f. 1 0 0 Poiati BfiorM )'v lllrhiiiiiinl Collegi 124 OS I'oilllH Krored by IK'lllH IBS 78 H7 12 8 12 Totul.. 1 J BOB 93
SPIDERS LOSE TO DELAWARE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 18 February 1916
SPIDERS LOSE TO DELAWARE COLLEGE.
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prone to try diffloult Bhotl from 11 limn distance, Richmond College foughl gamely t<> the end, bul was never able to overcome the I"i>k lead of their op- ponente, bleeder was the particular star of the game. This husky Delaware forward captained the University of Tennessee five last yi'nr, and was picked as All- Bouthern forward. Bis goal shooting witH positively uncanny. Horsey, the diminutive forward, also iliil weft For Richmond College ii would be bard to pick any stars, because each man played bis position In fine style, Bow» over, Wood's goal shooting wiut brilliant, and Cox, at guard, smeared plays when they came Inn direction, LijTJ Cosby played a good name, especially on tho offensive, as did Batterfleld, "Piker" llunlicH refnreed the name, and, of course, all concerned were satisfied with inn deoisione, Tin' line-up was as follows:
Substitutions—"Mao" Cosby for Bat- terfield, Satlcrfie...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 18 February 1916
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entertained s law number of patrons and friends at their tea but Friday. Minn Bessie Dicks entertained the Maryland Club ai bet home, in Rio Vista, mi Saturday evening. Misses Adelaide Wallun, Klvira Miller, mid Ksllior Kan- fiini were her guests for the night, Mi.-s I tot ay Camp wenl homo Hatiirday lo attend her sister's wedding, lirauwo of ill health, she will not return to College until thi' spring tern, Misses Mary ('). Weaver, Dot Clary, and Catherine Nottingham wore the tnicßts of Mi™ Elisabeth EUlyson on Sunday, Miss Mary MeDnuiel takes this oppor- tunity to imniiunoo that, her chief ambi- tion in life is to lake tho "per" out of "pepper." —o — Miss Keller (in English II.): "Can't some one jrivo ,i»> j suggestive word to describe 'cheeks'?" Mies Gardner (promptly): "Yes'm— unsophisticated,"
DECLAMATION CONTEST HERE NEXT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 18 February 1916
DECLAMATION CONTEST HERE NEXT WEEK.
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refrechments of various kiniln will bo served, The public is very cordially invited to be present, Tlio oommittee on arrangements re- quests that, any one in College who is able lo entertain one or more of these young men while bore will please, hpo the Dean about, it as soon as possible, so that everything can be so arranged as to mako their et.ay in Richmond College a moot pleasant one.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 18 February 1916
DIGGS h MOSELEY, GENERAL AGENTS. Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co. Nos. 604-5-6 Mutual Building, RICHMOND. VA. Insurance, $635,000,000.00. Assets, $155,000,000.00. SPECIAL AGENTS-L. W. EFFORD and FOSTER WITT.
Coach Dobson ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Equip- ment for Men and Women Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. Every 'Varolty Team st Richmond Collage is outfitted by A. Q. Spalding & Broi., which Arm Coach has been representing for ten years. ■ ■- Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only One-Price Piano House In Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. OIIGAN OK VIHUJNIA JUl'TlfVlX. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It stands In the old paths, but does not stsnd still. It also walks therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STREET. The Only Prarit...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 18 February 1916
Tlm Student Shop. HEADQUARTERS FOR - ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread American Bread & Bakinfl Co. yCOOO FOR THE EYEB-1 ■ the s. G ALESKI ""'en co. a I MafaanS - - »« **»«« ■ ■ Klgkih !H. aSstß BfL Sawrf Sir.* | »---- 4gpt— Correct Engraving. Wedding Invitations, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and Visiting Cards, Crests, Mono- grams, and Stationery. : : HUNTER & CO., Inc. 629 East Broad Street, RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA. 'Phone, Handolph 2110. Shoa Repairing Shop- M. WOkSIJ, Merchant bailor Suits and Pants Made to Order Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 288 W. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," "Emblem," "Dayton," "Crescent,""Ardmora Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles, Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. SOB WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. rOLLftRD & RUGBY, IReal Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES i
SPIDERS GO DOWN IN PATH OF INDIANS. WILLIAM AND MARY SEWS UP PENNANT—GAYLE STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
SPIDERS GO DOWN IN PATH OF INDIANS.
WILLIAM AND MARY SEWS UP PENNANT—GAYLE STARS.
The Indians tightened iiieir imlii on the pennanl Wednesday niK'n ~f the 16th illMtaml, when llk-v defeated tln- Spider. in one of ihe rougheal and BJO*! l>itti-tly- fntiKtil contests of the season. Tliih roughnoM took the "pop" MJI of il "' Mien, and iiio kiiiiic Itnod augntly at times. In pAMifcft < i■•- Indiana dearly out- nlmnrri the "Had rod Blue" rjurotat, while llll'il' ixttitt Shooting wan of superior order, The Spider*' pa»ninn muh ex- cellent lit times, lull for (lie must pari MH intercepted liy their opponent-, who made the moel of their chances at youl, and won v well-deserved viatury. The game wfta exceedingly rough, tiikinu on the aepoel of a football puna, lit, limes, which was heightened by knee- pads and noae guards The nwk of tlxr William rod Mm;v guardi waa oxealtoDt, keeping our men eovereil so well that it wn» almost impoHsiiiie lo gal mi Un- hampered shot under I...
FAILED TO BREAK LOSING STREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
FAILED TO BREAK LOSING STREAK.
l'Yiday afternoon I tv- llmupdi'ii Sidney Tigers sprung a surprise on the peniseis 0 f t|,c dope page by defeating the Spiders in a holU-cotilcsled game by v , re of U U> 'it- Tha game whs a tight from -ilarl lii finish. The Spiders slmled .nil strong and soon forged m tha lead, and id the, close of the tiist half were holding the larger end of a Hi to II .-cue At the beginning of the second bull' the Tigers came back si rung, mid, by a series of long shots from behind posts and other Obstacles, forged ahead. The game was marked by long spectacular shuts, in which respect Cosj equaled lln I„ I On llmiipileil-Sidney'.. he BOOT they can always be expected to put up " sur- prising game. The gymnasium is Idled with posts, and h is reported tluil thej have plays in which I lie post figure as much as does the player.. The passing of both teams was on v pnr, and the Tigers can only attribute their victory to goal shooting ability ami to their familia...
DEFINITE PLANS MADE FOR BIG PAGEANT. WILL BE A CELEBRATION CONDUCTED BY ALL OF RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
DEFINITE PLANS MADE FOR BIG PAGEANT.
WILL BE A CELEBRATION CONDUCTED BY ALL OF RICHMOND.
In connection with the ini|uiry in hut week's <.'oi.i,i':in\N In regard (o the plans for (lie pigeon! lo he (liven on the Itlch- innnd College i'.'iin|,u- in ihe uenr future, we have ohliiiiii'il infoi'iiuilion which will lead to nn explanation of the situation. li is understood h> a great man) nun hare thai this pageant bt tabes Richmond College iill'iiir, primarily. Hut I his is not ut nil the esM, Richmond College, besides rurnishing the grounds for the events, will have her share, hut the ivlehmlion is to Im eonduiiliHl liy all of Kiciiiiioiu)'k leading institution*, nnd not by her schools exclusively. The idea is not :i vers receni one, for the plan linn I'ecu discussed for many months, hut thi pageant liegiui to dike deliinle form in Uicliiinmd v few weeks ngn, through Interest Id the moVeinsnl hy the'Buteau of Yncniioiw IVir Women, of which Or. Orte l iiuteher, formerly ...
FIRST BANQUET IS BIG SUCCESS. CHATHAM TRAINING SCHOOL CLUB INAUGURATES GOOD CUSTOM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
FIRST BANQUET IS BIG SUCCESS.
CHATHAM TRAINING SCHOOL CLUB INAUGURATES GOOD CUSTOM.
Stepping with I lot I, feel, for the first tune, upon ihe soil ul' ii new country, the Chatham Training School Club, on last Tiiiirsduy evening, February 17th, cc» tulilislied a very Intprreslvo precedent bj giving I lie lirsl school chili banquet at Richmond College. Under the able di- reotion of their President, Sum Hill, tills cluh has risen thin year into a very credit - ahh' nrgaiii/aliiiii, unit hy this lirsl public function Inaugurated a custom that will prove a worthy one in Ilm years to follow. The nlhiir, which was very iiiiii|iie and particularly attractive, was held In ths refectory, ahoitl forty-live members ntld their guests heing present, The table wan neatly wronged to form tlm letters (, T. c," and the menu prepared wot dainty and much enjoyed. It consisted ol the following: (Irupe fruit, till Maras- chino; fried chicken, |utrnlcy, celery Hlnlks, cream potatoes, butter he...
YOUNG DECLAIMERS COME IN NUMBERS. PETCERSBURG HIGH SCHOOL MAN WINS OVER MANY GOOD SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
YOUNG DECLAIMERS COME IN NUMBERS.
PETCERSBURG HIGH SCHOOL MAN WINS OVER MANY GOOD SPEECHES.
The loiig-lieiiilded and iiiurleliinkcd- for declamation contest was held in tha auditorium of the College last Tuesday evening at s o'clock, This wm tha fourth minimi intersuholsstlfl nlfiiir inulcr the auspices of Kiel mil College, and the gnawing Interest hi these events ww en led by the huge crowd which wu.- in iiOciuluiicc, as well us the iiiiiimiiil iiumlier uf coiilcmlhiils. I hi Tuesday inorning representatives from nineteen preparatory nohoohi of the Btate reported 1.. i enlry, mid the siw of the entry list necessitated the holding "( a pieliiiiiii.iiA .■nut,si on Tuesday iilleriii.oii, nt which lime the tuiuiher qualifying for the finals was eight. These included the following schools: Alexandria High School, Chute* Springs Academy, fork Union Military toadsmy, John Marshall High School, Newport Sews High School, relersburg High School, Itichinond .Academy, anil StaUtlto...
RAISES BIG FUND FOR Y. M. C. A. DR. WEATHERFORD SPEAKS TO STUDENTS, WHO SUBSCRIBE LIBERALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
RAISES BIG FUND FOR Y. M. C. A.
DR. WEATHERFORD SPEAKS TO STUDENTS, WHO SUBSCRIBE LIBERALLY.
Ihe StUd«nttl Of Ihe Cotl«ge had the pleasure of having Dr. W, D. Weal her- ford, Y. M, (.'. A. Si'ei-i'liiry for the Smith, address thrill last week. Dr. Weallior- foril is very popular among oolloge men, mill Hii'liinoiiil (Olleg* always welcomes a visit from him. \i ihe regular Y. M. C, A. devotional mooting,on Thursday night, Or. Weather- -1 ford spoke to the students nn the suhjei't nf "The Cbnfomjlil and Noii-I 'onl'onn- ist." liiinii'iii.'iii'lv following ilim service lir met with the ri'ivnllv-i'ieiii'il V, M. t'. A. \dvi.sory Hiiiird, Hint discussed several matters of Importance to our local Association. The prime purpose of I hf. Weal her* ford's visit ,vas to assist Ihe V M. (.'. A. in putting on a campaign to raise funds for the support of a fiill-tiim' Secretary for next yi'.'ir At Ihe ohftpel hiiili mi I'l'i'hu he spoke in his usual forceful manner concerning the ur...
STUDENTS ENTERTAINED AT WESTHAMPTON. MISS EGGLESTON IS AGAIN HOSTESS TO A LARGE CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
STUDENTS ENTERTAINED AT WESTHAMPTON.
MISS EGGLESTON IS AGAIN HOSTESS TO A LARGE CROWD.
Wcstleimplon College ngaiii aililcd ample chum to tha undying affections of all iluisc who reside within the limits o| Bpfdard when Mian Eggloeton, on last, Monde) evening, was at home bo n Inrgc number of the students of Itieli- Mi.iinl CoUogO, In .'iililiiHiu, a number nf outside gucHis were invited, along with Hie members of tha Faculty, and the huge crowd iliut gathered in the historic Blue Room presented i happy ipeotnohi as l hey came down the receiving line. After the cii-munary ml roihiclioiin, the party moved to the .lining rootti, When fes- tivities began, Seldom dues such n crowd gather in these parte which could equal, is nil that goes to make an enjoyable occasion, the festive gathering I hut niel I here for Ibis event, Glowing lights, beautiful indies, nrisic, and long* oil this added to a host 0( other delights too numerous to mention, liiie.i tha evening with all the pl...
THETA CHI HOLDS BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
THETA CHI HOLDS BANQUET.
Mr. Ralph ('- Heath, National Seereij inry of Theta Chi I'raloiniU, gnu the guest of honor at a banquet given by Oinicron Chapter on last Saturday night. The elmi gathered early at Murphy's Hotel, and did full justice t" the attractive mmv which had been prepurcd tinder tbe epieiircmi eye ol "Shnkcs" liovd. All of the active chapter nnd a goodly number of alumni were present, and the best fraternal feeling prevailed. Member- of the active chapter present were: Mes-rs. I'ciihlc, lioyil, Haiolgrove, Combs, l.iggun, Johnson, Pod, Shepherd, and Owens. Alumni present were: Messrs. Robert, Granger, mul Newton Ancnrrow, Pollard, Simpson, Moll, Richardson, Sutherland, Steele, Lciiblioit, mid Maclacblail.
Garland Harwood, '14, now In the Medical Department of Johns Hopkins, was here this week, on n vis:il to old friends in College. He is linishing his ■econd year at Hopkins, and is doing well.
CONSTITUTION RE-WRITTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
The constitution of the Alhlelu' V-.-o elation, upon which a committee has been working for several monllis villi little progress, has at bint been drafted, through the ellorts of the President, Mr. Mitchell, and others, A few new claimiw have been added anil some sliuht changes made, bul us n whole the document is the same as Ilm former one, Al the end of the basket-ball season Saturday the basket-ball manager's report will lie made up, and DOXI week (he new con- stitution and this report will lie read uml aeled upon at v meeting of Ilm Associa- tion, which will convene ul. Ilm chapel period, the dale lo he uniiouueed.
WHAT ABOUT IT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
WHAT ABOUT IT?
The l lollege v. M. c, a. iH in the midst of a campaign lo mine funds to help support, a full-time Secretary for nest year. The aiiioiint lo he pledged is 11,200,00, and by the time I his comes from the press it is hoped Ihal the .'imoutit will be subscribed. 11. can be done if every one will help. More lliuu thrce- liiurlhs of this amount bus been pledged, and not more lliuu one-third of (he sludents have subscribed, If you have not subscribed, do so ut once, ami have a part, in the. grim I cut studenl project ever put forward by Uieh id (lottl
WE MUST KEEP HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 February 1916
WE MUST KEEP HIM.
The athletic situation is just now pass- ing through a crisis here, duo to the un- decided qUMtian OS to whether or not Coach DohoOn will renew his i-oiit iai-1, which expires with this year. TJIOSC WHO remember ihe wonderful progress which has been made in the line of sports since Ihe udvcnl of (be presold Coach will appreciate what this proposition means. The table of results, etc., given in utir lost issue will give Sufficient proof in itself of the wonderful strides taken in athlctloi within the last two years, and wo feci that if Coach Dobson is allowed (o leave al this slage of affairs il will result seriously with our athletics. Every man ill College should be very deeply inlll c I, .|, and should beiul every possible effort to the end of retaining Mr. |)obs\on. His remarkable ability i.s be- yond air ipicsfion, and the eagerness with which olhciv offoi'H are repeatedly made him are eviiUV.V'e enough of his widely recognized wort liV This is a serious ...