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BASKET—BALL SEASON AT HAND. HOT COMPETITION FOR EACH POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

BASKET—BALL SEASON AT HAND.

HOT COMPETITION FOR EACH POSITION.

Now that the Christmas holidays an- i over, one turns to basket-ball. This is the second year Mint Richmond Collage has ever boasted pf a quint, Last year the " Red and blue " live carried off the cup in Ihe Ivislcrn Virginia Collegiate Association in grand style, losing only on,- championship game. Captain Lcub- bert, who played the fastest forward in 'he [aagUe last year, is back in the fold, ami appears lo bo in tho best of shape, and ready In put up the game of his lite. Sattcrlicld and Mil,-hell, the two remain- ing regulars of last year's team,are also back in liiirness, All three of last year's first-string substitutes - Rubbinn, Now* ton. and Cosby, CM back, nnd nrn oandi- dutcs for the team. The outlook for this season is much brighter than it was last year, in the Brat place, the team will nol be liatidi,•appeil, as if was lust yens', by the feel thai they will have lo depend upon the generosity of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WHAT ABOUT THIS STUDENT GOVERNMENT IDEA? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

WHAT ABOUT THIS STUDENT GOVERNMENT IDEA?

TllK Coi.i.kuian voiced n semi-popular clamor I'm self-gnwrninenl a lew w,,k ago. An argument for It was expressed on Ihe pagtß of thiS weekly. Bul, as yet, (hero have been no Ciceros In Ilie College forum. No youthful I'alnel, Henry has flown to oelestiaJ Sights of eloquenoe, expounding his theory <,i the same. 11, is seldom, if ever, mcnlioiicl mi the i•iinipus. This sigmlies, of course, a distinct lack of Interest, You do not care whether you have solf-govenunonl or not—why? Beoause you do not think ulong thON lines. You leave il for the other fellow. Everybody's seared to take I lie first step, imagining darkness and the swamp of Unpopularity ahead. Well, it's n gambler's dhance, Haven'! any of you College politicians any of the chnnee-liiving characteristics of a gentle- man of fortune? The man who' safely launches student government si this College is a man whose inline will be Inn led on the marble pftgOS of the ( krfll p hist...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
YOU'RE MISSING SOMETHING, AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

YOU'RE MISSING SOMETHING, AGAIN.

I ',' I 'ul.l.l;- -•diasi la mi article telling you what the vesper service peopti have done, are doing, and will do, Now He Institu- tion i ,i, be ni, hall no stumbling even. They have hit,lied their proverbial wagon (~ the star, and arc off. These people will di, things*—yes, whether the majority of Richmond College men and women co- operate or no. But you are missing something. In the lirst place, you are missing un hour of pleasant entertain* ment listening to an excellent speaker, singer, or the College choir. It is un afternoon well spent, from a purely entertaining and social point, of viow. On the other hand, it is inspiring and sduoatlonal, Who Is not better in heart, after having heard John flarlund Pollard or our Governor, You are in college not merely to bo able to translate Homer's

Iliad into .'Vouch, Spanish, nnd Holioiliinii, or bo break the College record in the mile. You me here to Irrigate the mml to allow antral to the ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
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CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

CO-OPERATION.

Perhaps one of the blggeil words in our language is eo-opcralion. Its inclin- ing is broad and long 11 is applicable to mosl every phase of life in which persona must wort together, it is sought by the business world, by the social workers, by religious notivitiee, and the educational world. It is to the hist-tnenlioncd phase of life which we refer. The ciilalogue of Iticlmumii College for the session HIM '15 stated thai the Christmas holidays would begin on December ~d, him, ami close January i, 1015, Hut a short time before Ihe holidays the Family decided lo add another day -Tuesday, January 6th —to give the fellows sufficient lime to get back to College and not leave home on Sun,lay. This was announced in chapel, several days before the holidays. There was added v clause which stated that, every •■indent who was absent on Tuesday, January 8, 1015, would be lined the sum of two dollars. Pcrhftpi th( pessimist would say that is Ilie reason nearly every student w...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY.

L, C, Dicker.-itin ciuluel, ,1 services at the City Homo chapel in tho afternoon. li. 1.. Ilaiisum preached ill thi Soldiers' Home in lie •mug. 11. 0, W.vntt supplied, for the pastor al Dover Clmieli for liolh services. S. ('. Owen filled his iippuinlinenls (it Crewe, W. fi, fi-utnook preached al HWgi afld Deep Run, muriiing end afternoon, respectively, 11. (). Soyars supplied at Ml. Vernon Ohuroh, S. S. Hill preached near ('lmrlollesville, for both services. VV. i,. Davis supplied at Baekerville.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
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RICHMOND COLLEGE LAW SCHOOL LEADS THE STATE. Per Cent, of Success, 85.7. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

RICHMOND COLLEGE LAW SCHOOL LEADS THE STATE.

Per Cent, of Success, 85.7.

Tint CoirlißOlAM made mention, iti a local note in the last issue, uf the success of the Law School cimdidnlCH before I In- state Hoard of Kxaiuincrs in December; but the record made by our students is deserving of more than a local note. The Timin-lhupatih gave considerable space tO the resull achieved by the law StU-SntS uf our College, mentioning the fact that our school had lead the State in these words: "Richmond College sgnin topped the Virginia schools in the perecnlage ol successful applicants for license lo prnc- Ine law." The percentage of successful candidates for ihe College was 85.7 per cent. Wash- ington and Lai University came next, with a successful percentage of 42.8 per colli. Only ono of the six successful appli- cants is 11 graduate of the Law School, M. 0. (ilenwood Chirk. The remaining five—Messrs, M. (I. Kinncgnn, John J. Wicker, Jr., Hull Sands Uoyd, T. 0. Moss, Jr., and Char...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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DR. B. D. GWYNN SPEAKS AT Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

DR. B. D. GWYNN SPEAKS AT Y.M.C.A.

I The V. M. C. A. ha,' -..miething of a i,,neiiy Thursday nlgbl of laal week, when Dr, B, D, Gwywj, c retired unlniatwr, of Atla&ta, (hi., delivered lo us his lec- ture on "A Definition of Bigotry." He began by telling US some things often mistaken for bigotry, lending up to his definition, Be 'hen pointed out that liberality, the opposite of bigotry, was something worth our striving to attain m our lives. Dr. Dntystt'l exact de- linilion is well worth quoting: "Higolry is un unwillingness to nlloiv in others that same freedom of opinion which 1 claim for myself." in spite of the length of his speech, which he insisted on delivciing in full, against the. pro- test of the Y. M. C, A. ollichils, ho was warmly cheered many times, and loft with a high regard for his «frwi writer. This week the representatives of the two gospel teams which our Association ■enl mil during the holidays will tell uh about the trip and some of their ex- periences....

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NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

NEWS ITEMS.

The Plii Kappa Sigma and the Phi c.ui u Delta Fraternities buhl thoir "({ofttings" Saturday night, the Oth. Tiio former fellows met at the Hermitage club, Th« latter remained on the eampim. In tho median of the Athletic Aasooia- lion, on Wednesday, the (till, two amend- ments to the constitution were |>tit. before the Association, due nmendiiieiil. givos tho Kxoout.ivo Committee the exclusive power to ootninate the Manage™ and Asslatmit Managers of the various athletic leiuiu. The other gives the Ansoeintion the power to noniinato from the lluor. 'tin' constitution ia very vague upon this qUSStion, and the matter ought to he tattled, too one of the amendment! ought to be nhosen it will lie Interesting to those of uh whoilidn'l rend the evening paper* cloudy just before t'tui.-itoiiii- lo note Cunch Raise's selection el an All -Eastern' Vir- ginia I'oot-Uall Team. It wan iw follows:

The "rata" ar n about tho campus in groups, evidcni|\ planning *oii,ethjng ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Subscription,sl.oo Per Ytur, In Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office I RoomD-4, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A. OARTMB, - - Knnim-m-Ciuui. ! AsH"rK..iTOK B -iN.Ciim.' BSTSLLH kl'.Ml'EK, I JH ftffilsY Assouuiu li'.ni'ioiiH. Wave sjtw_BF_s_l), I MAMAOEMENT. ROUKIt MlM.llltll'llt, - IiIIHINKSH Manac.hh MAMiAIIKI' JAM!..!. I PW' H 111 X UW ' Mj "' MKm it. i,,' mvi ii'itHM, ) All buaineie matteri ahould be addrcaKed to the Burliness Maiuscr. Allolher mailers ebould come lv tlio Editor-in-Chief. We aboil bo pleaued lo handle ony elmleiits 1 camniunlcaliona wllh dun eousidoraliou. All unsigned corrtiapoiidenco will to! bo published, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15,1915.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

C. LUMSDEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers to the Southern People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. — College and Fraternity Medals and Jewalry, Ecclesiastical Wares, and Bronze Tablets. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS. C. Lumsden & Son, Inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, 731 E.Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where Silver and Gold Is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning;, Dyeing, and Pressing. PYLE Established 1880. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET. Suits.Overcoats,Pants, Fancy Vests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. I FROM A FRIEND. pCOOP FOR THE CYCS«^j 91 THE S. Q ALESKI OPTICAL CO. ■ I M.h..mi »«««•«. I Lr-igtoh It, JBKhS&> Bn> '"' Slrw *l •MMMM 'fijt'JWW ■■■■•■'Ml 1,11 II I '111 I" II ' I l I

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

IIiriIMONDCIOI.I.IICIO AM) WESTHAMPTON OOU-WIK, FRIDAY, JANUARY' 22, 1015,

Vol. I.

No. li.

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MANAGER ANNOUNCES BASKET-BALL SCHEDULE. NINE GAMES WILL BE PLAYED SIX IN RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915

MANAGER ANNOUNCES BASKET-BALL SCHEDULE.

NINE GAMES WILL BE PLAYED SIX IN RICHMOND.

Sriii.iu ii .Inn. null MeQUI Catholic Dntoii, at Richmond, Jan. 30th I iiiwtmiy "I Virginia, ut I 'lilH'lulll-ivillo. Jan. 2IhI V. P. 1., al UHiiuund. IVh. sth llnmpden-Sidimy, al Pwm- ville. »ab, Kin, Randolph-Macon, al fttob- iimiiii. I'Vii, istb William and Mary.al Rich- nioiid. Htt), 20lli ItampileiiSilney, al Rich- in,in,l. Mmcli ml William mid Mary, at Williamsburg;, Maid. 6th liamlulpli-Mi n. :il Itieh- mond, Negotiation* fur other ga ■ art In an ambry onic stage ni preaeal I'li'hm' out your eye over 11"' above srlieilule, and reserve your nights M" bordlagiy, file Mhadub call* for nine nanus, i-ix uf wliirli will be played here in Richmond, All of the ctuMuplonihlp i tatta yiH be played at the Graye 1 Armory. Vunr Athletic Aseooiation tlcksl will tdfflfl yon iv all of Hio borne gamaa, WII.I,IAM AMI M MtV Si HUM, Dame Rumor tiaa it thai Randolph- Mni'dii, William nod Mary, mid llnni...

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FIRST WESTHAMPTON "CROSS COUNTRY" GOOD FUN. GIRLS RACE TO RIVER, BUILD FIRES, AND HAVE "EATS." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915

FIRST WESTHAMPTON "CROSS COUNTRY" GOOD FUN.

GIRLS RACE TO RIVER, BUILD FIRES, AND HAVE "EATS."

i Tim full Of a scries of um-duur ulhielie events whs given mi Friday afternoon, imiliT the direction of the Athletic Asso- ciation. Thl* event, in which about twenty-five girls took part, took the form of ii "crow-country" race to too river Gin&a Diviiikii Into Tram*, I The runner* were divided into Iwn 'ii Mm-, with V Smith and X, Anderson a* oaptaine, At the lignal the members of hulh tenuis ran steadily HrOtiß I he Balil in ihe barbed wire fence which imirks ihe boundary of the oampm Perhaps il was )iul up as a means of keep-

inn tlie ttudanta on tin' oampus, hut ii wiin SOon proved to lie of very little value in llml line. M, DrCKXB Wink l''tnsr I'lack, Alter tlie roinl wai-- reaelieil the ruttoing ivmh eu'iicr, mill Ihe real nice was on, The reeuil wis « victory for the members of Aiiilermin'.s li.-iin. lint llie honor wtw divided uilh Smith's -I'ie, he- M, Deck...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
VESPER SERVICES WELL ATTENDED. STUDENTS AND VISITORS BRAVE INCLEMENT WEATHER TO HEAR MUSICAL PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915

VESPER SERVICES WELL ATTENDED.

STUDENTS AND VISITORS BRAVE INCLEMENT WEATHER TO HEAR MUSICAL PROGRAMME.

A fairly large audience of Collage sluilenls BAd eilv viattOTl li-leneil In Ihe Mas. Sunt! Si-,,,, After the ebolr bad aung a neond time Mrs, Smith lang, in n rich contralto Mine, Ciiunud's "0 Divine Keileemei." Mr*, Smith* voice is man than well trainedj it has an inner quality thai -Nine how appeals tO tin.' lislener. Il wa- moat kind uf her to eolis.nl tn OOma mil 111 Ihe rain and mud to sine, fur v«, Dean Metealf followed tin' 1010 with a short roadlng of the Bcripturee.

AiM'iioiutiATK Piano Solo. The piano solo rondored by Mrs. Ward was most appropriate to the afternoon. It was Chopin's "Prelude in 1) Plot," his so-called "rain ntudo." The story is that Chopin was left alone in his study one rniny afternoon. An he lay listening to (.he palter of the lain upon the window glass a theme eniuo to him, and ho 'fuse to writp this wonderful composition, Ilia first ...

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FOOT-BALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES IN FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915

FOOT-BALL CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES IN FIGURES.

l'luvcr Poll: I inn. No. L," f i lame* Numb ii Each bt of ,\ Cham Inute* whi| Played i < iuiiu Total Min. i; Newton Wicker, .1 Cobura Robin* Pollard McNV'il Wtoker.C I'molt Alll'lllI'lIM Diii'liuiu Logan Craw C.wbv (>;ikr. Huden lliih'liin.Min FCins Mtlbourne I'm Woodj II. S w.M. | II.-M. ii.s. I W M I! -M Ii. Ii, ('. I.C-l.T II. T. im-in i„<; III! I)11 I, K, KIMJU L.T. I. II. H II it ii-i.i': it.(i. KH-ltll It. II. It. II FB-LE o, B. Il.T. 1 !! (I 5 0 I 1 (1 :i I i l 2 1 1 no no no 85 15 no no 5 55 no 15 mi no no no no 86 no no no no 20 no no 55 no no id 50 no 20 15 10 i :n no no no no 15 no 55 16 20 no no no 50 no no 50 15 (10 III) IM) IM) 25 liO lil) no 90 :i(io :kki m 346 300 m 270 MO 240 230 22(1 IT.". 155 186 KM) SO 58 20 10 10 SO ■15 10 50 '« I 20 10 45 55 ■15 nn 15 10 5 15 111 HI

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POINTS SCORED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915

POINTS SCORED.

Plftypr ('raia Robta* Newton Pollard l .ui,.'in Wicker, (' Durham Privotl ('iihhy I ! II. B, ~T" i i i Touchdown*, li B, w \i R M. n.S ! w \i u M. I It 2 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I Total Total Paints. fi 80 :i is 9 19 •J 12 1 li 1 < I) 1 (i 1 li l r. [Vita) i I I I l I .-, J Qoal* From Touchdown i Total Ancarrow Logan Wicker, C Tolnls , j i I ' i '.! ii j 8 ! tsa Robertson I I'.iHll, I III Touchdown* < Ippotiento i i I .. I i \ -2 I ... T - i iiinis from Touohdown. (innls I'riiin I'l.'M 1 5 1 30 I I 6 i i i 8 3_ 8 > i" i"~i ■ i -. r -"" i a I'oinl.s, _2_ 'i Points, ! 30 fatal Total Potato bj Q* , Uirlninmil Opponent* I I J3 _H__ _«__ Q ' III i i m I

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THE PHILOLOGIANS INSTALL OFFICERS. EXCELLENT PROGRAMME RENDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915

THE PHILOLOGIANS INSTALL OFFICERS.

EXCELLENT PROGRAMME RENDERED.

41 tin; mooting uf tha Soi-iciy, on I'Vulay IIIM Ilii' l'liil(ili)(i,JMiin, in addition io ihe regular programme, uutajhx) the officara for tln* ninter tana, Thi main feature of tin' programme whs tha debate, wini'ii, according in the judges, nu of ad unueanJly high order, The lubjeoi m , " KiMihril , Thai tin' I'liiti'il Statu pus* the pending literacy teal lor Immigrente." (iAUIINIMI Mam.s FaBHWBLL I(i:mahks. Tha out-going President, Iv N, Gardner, made n (ow farewell remarks before retiring from ilir ohnk lie reviewed tin' work "I tln; pool term, and showed iiuw ii iimi boon vn>' encouraglngi also how I lie Society lnid iivni'iinii' tin' ilifli- Ollttlea ntt(!inliml. upon ii tii'tv location, with die confusion orbing from several mooting pl.'iri's and with the tacit uf furni- ture. Hi' imill tribute in the splendid work of tl»! 1 liter-.Soi-ii'iy Debating Team. Tin' ipeaker alio oongrotulated the now ...

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MISS EGGLESTON ENTERTAINS. NUMEROUS GUESTS FROM GREATER RICHMOND COLLEGE'S STUDENT BODY AND FACULTY PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915

MISS EGGLESTON ENTERTAINS.

NUMEROUS GUESTS FROM GREAT ER RICHMOND COLLEGE'S STUDENT BODY AND FACULTY PRESENT.

Before the Christmas holidays a rumor ran through the halls of vtstrthampton, in which the d.islinelive phrases were "Miss Eggleston -party boys invited" Like all riiuiimt, however, it was lir-t denied, then .illiriiied. Hill, not uulil ■il tfil I 'In i 1111-1 -, n lien , ' cry one had

before them, wi re they greeted with the i-in-i i mi', Pad thai I here tsoi to ba n party, iin,l it was tnlu' mi Friday, January LJBtb, Ml'Hlr, l>AN<INli, AM) ( HAT I lilt Eh I HIINI I.l' M IHIIIMKNT, Mo the tenth uf thin rumor was well proved whan, mi Friday evening lust, the lmlln uf Westhampton rang with q mixed eobo hi' lighl and deep toned voioea. While dancing was one i>f the main features <if entertainment, toara ware also other forms (if amusement I'm- those who did i.i, i oara to participate in tripping tha light fantastic. Besides several tables uf "ItiK...

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