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NEW PORTRAITS TO BE PRESENTED. COLLEGE TO HAVE PICTURES OF MUCH HONORED MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

NEW PORTRAITS TO BE PRESENTED.

COLLEGE TO HAVE PICTURES OF MUCH HONORED MEN.

due of the lidded features of the emu liien.ri.ienl e\e,,,„. ||„.. yeftT will In' the presentation to the College of nor- trait* of men formerly connected pronii- neiiih wiib the Institution, Hon. John Garland Pollard iimi Prof H B, Pollard have iimi painted the portrait of thai! father, Dr, John Pollard, who wo* Pro* fever of English in Richmond College fur about fourteen year* This picture, along with one of Dr, B. hiryeor, will be added to ibe collection now In the po » aion "I the College, Dr, Puryaar was a iiieinl'ii r of ibe i .•,, nli i here for nearly forty yoars, and mere ib.ni hull' of thai time was chairman of the, faculty, Me, Emma M. Whitfield, of Richmond, an ortiel of oohaiderabls note, has been com. missioned to paint the portrait, both ol which will be ready and publicly pre- sented al the closing exercises (hi-, spring. The picture* now lui!i|iin|{ ill vnlioilH Ibulldlng* of th...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
NEW PLAY COMING IN TWO WEEKS. THERE WILL BE NO DELAY "THE MAGISTRATE " WILL BE GIVEN MARCH 10th. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

NEW PLAY COMING IN TWO WEEKS.

THERE WILL BE NO DELAY "THE MAGISTRATE " WILL BE GIVEN MARCH 10th.

The new play, "The Magistrate," on which tit* Dramatic CJub ha* been work- ing hard too some days, Is to be staged on Mnreli llllb. Without (ml. Tfai* ]>«-f- -.,.nun,eo will n,ii suffer the delays and postponement* whioh befell "You Never Can Tell." em il. r in Hie j ear. bill will lie given on the proposed date, to spite of everything, a dint! to ibe Information le,rived linin Manager \ nebe enrly in the week, Thin piny by I'inern I* mini her eouu'dy of the higher type, and t plaj of Much merit. It bus been sueoesi full) produced n number of lime* in New York arid other great shun places, and the production hers Is looked forward to with muoh anticipation, It will l>e under the direc- tion ..( ihe same authorities as ths oilier piny, iiui, 111 addition*, s professional (miner b*S been .seemed, win. will gb to work with the reheareali hen' next week. This will facilitat...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
VARSITY DANCE IS BIG SUCCESS. FIRST SOCIAL FUNCTION OF CLUB MAKES A HIT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

VARSITY DANCE IS BIG SUCCESS.

FIRST SOCIAL FUNCTION OF CLUB MAKES A HIT.

The Towity Club made It* initial break Into society last Wednesday even- ing at tin' Hermitage Club, when ii placed itself on tl top in bin red letters, AH members ~i the Club, which number some twenty-five or thirty, were there, to •i.iiiion lo a goodly number of (be regu- lars among the younger alumni, and also si,me few invile.l gUBStI not 'Varsity men, Dancing began m 9 o'aloek end continued until about Ut&K), with an Intermission for some well-ordered i.ll- bin, ;il ■ A.biinl Ibllli five roiiple: were dsnoing, and the musio, fur- nt*hed by a negro orohsetro, was nil that COUld be wished lor. The loiieh niib much enthusiasm and did much to make this !n it affairof the Club a suotwas. 'Ibe eoiiimillee in ohftTgO was nimpo.-iiid of Wicker, Wood, Bind Purdue, who .I. ei'.e i 'b thanks for ihe manner in which Hi.' party was conducted. Thl* ; i i appearance of ibe Aarsßy Club in Hie social world ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON SENIORS ARE ENTERTAINED. JUNIOR CLASS GIVES ATTRACTIVE FUNCTION IN RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

WESTHAMPTON SENIORS ARE ENTERTAINED.

JUNIOR CLASS GIVES ATTRACTIVE FUNCTION IN RICHMOND.

Ill eI.'ISS of 'IV lII We-lk'Hup!,,,, I College, delightfully entertained thi 11 ;of 'Hi Siiliinliiy aftei'luion al Hie home ~i Mia* Vine.v Sy,lii"i', on Floyd avenue. ■ Baskets of bright iprlug bio ome dccc i in d He parlore, and a glowini opi it !ue added Informailt) and si il to this charming Inter-claa* function The Benlora were received as (Key "meld l,y a ileiiinre I'Yoneh moid, Miss kli/ailiolli Torapklna, garbed In the eooapted tnaid'Ji looetume, The Swion fonaed c do- eepiiveiy formal receiving line in the parlor, and each Senior era* foreod to run j the gauntlet, Music and dancing were [happily mingled, and several songs by \le- I'iaiick, at well as piano golO* liv vi> James, were enjoyed. .\li-s Syilnor WBM assisted in doing I lie honor* by her Mother, Mi Sydnor, DelioloUl relVe l.ime.i! IWI NI "iw'.l l,v the irio of Preneh malda, Mlas TorapkJnai Mm Hilly .Syilimr, nml ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CURRENT EVENTS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

CURRENT EVENTS CLUB.

The Current Event* t'lul, met on Thursday afterh a* the guests ~( Miss Olivia Gweltney, The President, Mis* 11. Brockenbrough, presided, and ihe following members took pan in the program! Miss Mabel Henderson read s paper on ''The Ship Bllls"| Miss Qwalt* ney rend v summary of President \\ ilson's Middle West trip, end Mis* Elliot gave an Interesting report of the business trans* acted by the Legislature during the past few weeks. Ever) member responded to Hie roll "all Willi a eiirreiil events ili'in, and llieii Mi.-s l)„l limy gave* WvieW ..i "The Outlook" for the month, After Hie program to* wo* lervadi

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

WESTHAMPTON NOTES.

Miss Mary (any Sponl Hie week end With Mrs. Tnbb. Miss Lillian li.iiisoiie was (be Week-end pe«t of Miss Ruth Harris, Mr. ami Mis. ('. IV Willi,, ~i I've.ler- loksburg, visited Miss Catesby Willis al Ihe College on I'liiliiy. Mil* Hmh 1'1,4.,'w, of Chiii'leslim. W, VS., visiled MISS I'riiliees Woodson, at WestbamptOn, last week. Or. E, Reed Russell, of Asterville, X. C, was the guest of bis niece. Mi-.- Jennie Phillips, for supper Sunday night. Mis-, Mary Hoskins, ot Richmond, i,.ok supper ai ihe College Sundoj night, in. guest ..f Miss Jennie Phillips. Miss {Catherine Lett, of Newport News, mis llie iniosl of her sislei', Mis,, Mnry l.eti, ai the College during the week. \ii- Marguerite Well«r,ol Washington, are* ibe , in'.n of Dean Keller tl Iddle ~! ibe week Mi... Connelly, of Gmtor I'nrk, entertained ii, Mis, Welter's lionor on b'riiliu' often) i

Henry Taylor, '12, visited the College lost week, in ohorge oi ibe Jefferson .School basket-ball team.<...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
ANXIOUS TO KEEP COACH DOBSON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

ANXIOUS TO KEEP COACH DOBSON.

In nn Interview With President Ifoiit- wright, ii is learned that the negotia- tions with Coach Dolison have nol reached any lolusion as yet, but thai il is hoped mailers will bo definitely sol I led iii a few days. Dr. Himtwrighl expresses lor himself, as well as fur llie rest ~f ibe authorities, ihi' sincere wish that arrangements can be satisfactorily nindo, and Ihal Mr. Dobson will lie retained as head of the department of athletics, He soldi "I am very anxious for Mr. Dobson lo stay, mul I hups that favorable negotiations may bo flnishsd in a few days, I have been much pleased with his work in Hie post, and 1 piirlicu- loriy *pprBotote his attitude towards clean athletics and the scholastic standing of ibo student*. Tim sincerity with which ho champions clean athletics, whether they win or not, is very gratifying, And i in- general high esteem in whioh bo is hold is also very commendable." Dr. Boatwrlght is especially anxious Unit. Mr. Dobson...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
TOO MUCH ZEAL UNNECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

TOO MUCH ZEAL UNNECESSARY.

Last week the Ministerial Union of Richmond College sent a letter to the Dunn of Wostliniupton College, itottog Ibat Ihcy wished il lo bo known Ihal. lbey look their stand iih opposed lo dancing in Westbampton College, as well an nl, oilier plaeos. Very well. This body of mrii has a perfect right lo their opposition, so fur hh they arc concerned, and also have a perfect right lo ii full ex- pression of their opinion. Hul il striken US thftt in Ibis slop I hoy have gone beyond Ibe bounds of prudence and have over- stepped ihe limits of good Judgment, Thai Ihcy should iiuike formal opposition lo some condition at Rlobmond College would have seemed bul natural, lint whim Ihcy went beyond this, and asserted themselves within the walls of Huh woman's school, Ihcy should have fore- seen Ihal such notloll would merely heap upon iheii heads a flood of indignation ami condemnation, These remarks do not express the sentiment of one man alone, but on mi this be...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
IMPROVING THE GROUNDS FOR-THE PAGEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

IMPROVING THE GROUNDS FOR-THE PAGEANT.

Tho Trustees' Committee on Ground* mid Building! met here Tuesday and mode .a tour of tospcotion of the grounds of the College campus, They laid plans in preparation (or the building of now roads, particularly alt tin; entrance to College and Urn piece of road from tho rel'i'i'lory In Slop 80. This, latter piece nf road ii' much frequented, and It in I mil condition, hence ihe repairing of ii will be looked forward lo with much lnt,'i.".| by Ibo students. The I'liinniiUoii urc pul(inn forth every effort to have the ground* in Ihe besl possible shape lor ihe pageant in May,

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Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
McDOWELL STRICKEN WITH APPENDICITIS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

McDOWELL STRICKEN WITH APPENDICITIS.

Guy -McDowell has boon idllicted with n case of appendicitis, and l.nsl week was hurried to the Sheltering Arms Hospital, in Kiel,in..inl, where propnnilions wore mode for Immediate operation. He wan very foi'liiniilo in sociiring ollioionl medical aid before Ihe ease was Hullie.iciit.ly ad- vanced to induce complication!, and the operation was simple and very successful. Training School Club, of which he in a member, ore in doily attendance upon him, and his wauls nnd needs are well Sored for, WO hope ho will soon bo back ith US ill good shape.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
NEW YORK ALUMNI CHAPTER PROGRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

NEW YORK ALUMNI CHAPTER PROGRESSING.

Dr. Curtis Lee Laws, representing the New York llnpli.itu at Hie Aineiienii Missionary Congress just hold at Pana- ma, Stopped for a visit to Itieliiiionil College on his way lioino Df Laws ll editor ol Hie li , ,i/,7n«,ii,-/','.iimnm,, n publieiilion of sunn' lliilo, mid is a member of the committee who are organising a Richmond College .Alumni Association in New York. Tl I her member* of thin committee are C M, Qravot, monag- inn editor of the Nevt York New*; ,l. n. Taylor, manager of the United Cigar Company, and ,1. Lawrence Blmore, attorney, The desirability and ueed of an alumni chapter to New York has long boon fell, ami recently Or BofttWVlghl sol on foot plans fur its formation. If bromine* to be a powerful organisation, since the number nf Itiehinond College, nbiinni residing in Now York is very huge, and increasing rapidly. Mr. Tay- lor and Mr, Elmore wore visitors lo Ihe College rooently, and the outlook here lidded much to Ihei...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
ALUMNI DINNER TO-MORROW NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

ALUMNI DINNER TO-MORROW NIGHT.

The annual dinner of the Richmond Chapter of Richmond College alumni Will be held ill Ibe .Iclfcrsnii Hold In- moiTDW, March 4th, nt 7:1111 P. M. This in the anniversary of the granting of the shorter to the College, and ths date on which ilm affair Is held each year, Mr, Cory Bills Stern is Presidenl of the Chapter, which numbers among Its officers Home of Richmond* most promi- nent altiaens, A number uf speeches will oiiino iii regular order, mid Ibe ('ollogo quartet will furnish music for the occasion.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
NOTED MAN TO SPEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

NOTED MAN TO SPEAK.

Vesper service* Sunday promise lo bo espeotolly attractive, being oonduoted by Dr. A, T. Ilobeil.son, professor of Now Testament Oresk in the Southern BnptiHt Theolo/iicnl Soiiiiiiiiry. Dr. Hubert Kirn in a distinguished author, having written many books of variou* kinds, but obtain tog special promtneno* by bis "Qresk (Irmiiiimr," which is rpeogni/,i»d an the bast of its kind over published to America llw daughter. Miss Eleanor Robertson, Li a student at Wssthamptos College,

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DR. GORE VISITS COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

DR. GORE VISITS COLLEGE.

Dr. .biini'H Howard Core, '79, of Wash- ington, wiih bore thia week. Dr. (lore wan at one times the United Stales Minister to Biom, and i« well known In many other activities conneoted with Governmental affairs, lie is a distiii- guiehed mathematician ami diplomat, and w now n representative of the Car* negie Foundation, While hero ho ex* preiisd bil pleasure al the growth of Itieliiiiond CollegS) and his deep inlcresl iii tlm progress of the Institution, Ho wastheguesl of Dr. Boatwrlght to dinner on Monday,

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SENIOR RECEPTION TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

SENIOR RECEPTION TUESDAY.

We regret that the curly date on which wo have to go to pros*, makes il impo table to give an noemint of Hie Senior-Sopho- more reception, hold on lOst Tuesday evening, but. full particulars will be given in our next issue.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
PRIZES IN ECONOMICS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

PRIZES IN ECONOMICS.

Dr. 11. ,L Kolu'iii'odo has offered luh class iv MconomicH I. a handsome prise for the best essay mi "Foreign Exchange During the Present Wm" and "Inter- notional Trad* During 1914 'IB." The conlt*t is upon 1,, the whole class, nml Credit will b* given to better marks for those not fortunate enough to win the prize.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WHO DESERVES THE CRITICISM? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

WHO DESERVES THE CRITICISM?

Dear Mr, RttHor; Some Week* agu there appeared In your columns a »ommu»lootion calling atten* lion tO the reliilii'.K ye*, dii-ln ■.-■.inuly mniill number of paid-up subscriptions to TIIK 0.11,1,1]..1AN. Tllisil - DOt N'prosenl our attitude toward the College weekly, for we believe to It, cvi n II we do nol appear to believe to paying for ll Your i'oiTes|...a,i,an '■• statement! that onl) eleven .a the members ..1 the Faculty wore subscriber*, and |u*t two of these had "I'onie over" and paid llieii siibseriplioll, is, In say Hie lcits.l. puinl'iil 1 eiin boldly make tins statement, for l ai te of I'.iueb, bin there l*a r*a*onl Whai about the business end? lias your Businesß Manager asked rnsmbers of the Faculty to subscribe? Is he sure that the sub* seribers nol Ibo paper* piniupllv every WSek? Have any do. lined oulimhl lo have their noma* put on the lint? Huh be, 01 in. assistant, boon to sea personally every member? Finally, bus he ti minded each...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MEETING OF DICKENSON COUNTY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

MEETING OF DICKENSON COUNTY CLUB.

Noting the remarkable activity shown by the recent club nrgiiiiisulioUN through- out College, Joy Sutherland has resolved Ibat tin' county he so prominently repre- sent* hIuiII not be neglaoted, Hence he has ealicil a Diaeting of the I liukenson ( 'iiunly ( Huh iii his morn for lay this week, when an .'lection of offiOSIS will lake pliieo. Al n date within tho iienr future be expects, so he soys, to go down and entertain the club ol soon of the iisiiul places in Richmond

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THE HALIFAX CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

THE HALIFAX CLUB.

Immediately after chapel period on Wednesday, January SMlth, a sink, known iih "Tin' Halifax club," wan organised, li bus ns its officer* ibo following! Presi* dent, s, c. uwi'ii; Vloe-Prerident, s. s. Hill; Secretary, \Y. O. Time; Tronsuicr, L. o. Snood; Annua] Rerireientatlve, R. L. Lucy, Jr.; Coi.i.ia.i.iN ItepreMenlalive, P. <'. Adams, Tho Halifax (Tub iurludoH in its mem* bershlp all those siudenis iii Richmond College who livu in Ilulifiix enmity. It might bo noticed thai this i« the first County Club io be organised nl Ibis in- stitution, and thai there are moreitudent* here from Halifax than from nny other county in Virginia. Tho ultimate ptir- puHO of this organism ion is in bring to Itic.hniotni College men win. will do well, both m Ola** work Mild in nthletirs.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
UNCERTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 March 1916

UNCERTAIN.

Mary had o little waled . Where mil lire niiulc il grVov, And cvorywheri; the I'nshi ,„, Wl . n i The waist wis sure to g, ~ —New York Timtti

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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