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HOW ABOUT ASSISTANTS ? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
HOW ABOUT ASSISTANTS ?
In connection with the election to be held on Wednesday, and opropOl of all elections in general, there iH a matter we think should lie considered more seriously than is the CUStOm, When a man is elected as an assistant in any oapaoity, or a vice-president of an organisation, his election should be considered in the lighl of his succeeding to Hie full position when the lerni of office of the innii above loin has expired. Heretofore such posi- tlons an these have been lilled, in a huge measure, juet as a matter of course, ihe assistant being largely Inactive ami fading OUt of the public eye when bis season iH over. This should not bo, provided, of course, the man proven himself worthy and capable of handling ihe job of the man above him. Let's think lliis matter over, it lit 1 when we vote for a iiiiin for a position of this kind consider whether or not he will luake (he right man for Ihe higher position.
"SENATE" DECIDES IMPORTANT QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
"SENATE" DECIDES IMPORTANT QUESTIONS.
The meeting Of "The Senate" was held, acoordlng to anticipations, in the Mv Sigma Kho hail on Ihhi Friday after* iKion, and n considerable audience was present, in spite of Ihe snow-storm which was raging at. the lime. The Senate had i for its consideration ihe first amendment to (he Mapp prohibition bill, doing awny with Ihe office of commissioner, and giv- ing the dutioii of enforcement to ihe Governor; second, a resolution providing thai (he co-ordinate college bill, as applied to Ihe I'liiversily of Virginia, bo passed by the Senate. On (he first bill Meade Spieer and ,loe Leslie defended the amendment, an opposed i<» John (Inrhcr and B, D, Allen. The decision was rendered in favor of (lie amendment. On the second qUWtion, MeDanel and "Shakes" Boyd defended the co-ordinate bill, mid were opposed by Vaclie and Joe Loll;. DeCISICU given against the lull The speeches were ten iiiiiiulcs in length, with live minutes rehtilln.l, and thre...
THE LAST ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
THE LAST ISSUE.
TliiH will he the Ihhl issue ol Till-: t 'ou.i.oi sn before the examinations, which begin on next Thursday, This in following the regular custom oi suspend* inn publication during examine! lon period, affording the stall more time for attending to necessary work on classes,
McDOWELL DOING WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
McDOWELL DOING WELL.
McDowell, who recently underwent nn operation for appendicitis, la now in the best possible shape, and will Hontl be back in College, the operation was successful in every ivny, nruJ all of Ihe complications thai sometimes result were avoided. \\ c hope to sec McDowell on Ihe job again Within H very few days
SPIDERS AGAIN WIN IN TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
SPIDERS AGAIN WIN IN TRACK.
hungup thirty-live points to Itfl oredit, while its nearest competitors were the Blues, with twenty-two. Surprise- mi. in order right off Ihe but, Durham, who won both the (lush and hurdle in the last meet, showed ihe affects of p recent illness, and only placed third in Ihe ihi.-h i.iggon won first plane in tho dstsrh, while Oonly, of the Hlues, came In the front, and won ihe hurdle, The Bnt big surprise of Hie night came in the mile run, when Taliaferroeatucfrom the rear of a large field, mid walked past a bevy of good runners, including Parks, who won the last race, Tidiuferio inn a pretty race anil finished wild plenty of Kuyk, of Richmond Academy, but compeling for Itarlon Heights, sprung another surprise when he vaulted nine feot and eight inelien, lie in n younger brother of our Kuyk, and is n good little athlete Hodeii ran a pretty race in the The meet was, without doubt, one of ihe lies I ever held in ihe ,ilv ol Ulchni I and our winning il...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
Miss *'aniline Roberts (pott! the wool end in tOWh. We Frances Tompkins spent tho week- end at hei home In BYederioluburg, Nil \iimnia .loin- has been in Hie Infirmary several t\u\„ with an attach of grippe Miss Juliette Brown spool the week- end in town, "'Hi Mrs. 11. I. Cox, on ('nrv si reel. Miss Julio Stover, of [tapldan, spent lasl week-end with Miss Cnlesby Willis ai WoMhninpion College, M)SS Dorothy Qwy spent the week- end wiih Miss Elisabeth Camp, nt Dr. Tucker's sanatorium, Mr. Cralinni Stover and Mr llollnday, of Richmond, were the guests of vfl Catesby Willis at supper Sunday night, Dr. and Mr- A. T. Kohcrlson, ~f (he Theological Seminary In Louisville, K,y., who have been Ihe glUttS of Weslhumpton College for the pant. Week, left Sunday ninht for their home.
BIG DINNER FOR ALUMNI. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
BIG DINNER FOR ALUMNI.
I The annual alumni dinner, given by the Richmond Chapter of Rlclu id College alumni, will be held this evening, ai 7.80 odock ai the Jefferson Hotel. Thll affair was scheduled for lasl Siilur- (lay, hilt eireiliuslnnres compelled Hie postponement, Ii is regrettable thai i in- event must conflict with the play to be given line ln-nighl, lull it is an un- avoidable occiiriciiee. A iiuuibor of alumni fi the uegislaturs win bo the invilcil guests al the dinner, while student representatives from here will also intend.
"SPIDER" MATERIAL COMING IN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
"SPIDER" MATERIAL COMING IN.
The material for the 'W "Spider" w going to press on March L'llth. I'iciine-. of clubs mid otbU groups are being taken from time to time, as rapidly an the unfavorable weather will permit, the dates sol for pictuies nil the campus having been changed several times on ftCCOUnt of rain 01 snow. The editor of Ihe Minimi wishes to urge all contributor!! and the representatives of nil College organisations to get their stuff in dining the ttexl lew days, ns il is neccssnry to go to prOB) on time, in order Io secure an early publication of Ihe "Spider,"
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
The Richmond College and Westlinmpton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, In Advance, Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room A-i5, Dormitory 2. KDirOHIJU, BOAHD. J, A, t.ICHMb, Jn., - - KonOtt-iN-Cinmr (-tsswassj R*I&OMM v-»™»-<«-<'»<» 81)811} BLAIR, ) IOVAN CIIKKTKKMAN, ABMieuru Kinrnii« IHAAC PIOOB, I MANAOEMBNT, P. W. KOItK, - • UoaiNKaa M»i.*iii.ii UMDANOR OII'KNIIAVKII,] |W,ffifi| Aaw.Bea.Mgni v. o. wy.viT, J All lee.iiii'i.n lllililivs t.lliell'l ln> mlill I'.imhl 111 the Bualncaa M»n«i«r. Altollier nmttoro ataould conn to Iho i ,i,i.m mi i io. t We lull lie |>lea»ed to handle any atudunta' communications will) dm cimalileditlun. All 1111- -i.ii'iie.i correspondence will not he puhllahed. Kill. |~I lIS, HCI-imill'lllMl lIHIIICI' NllV.'llll'lT », lllU,,lit (lie I'.wl OIIWv ill Itii'lllimnil Ciilli'Kß, Vs., under tka Act of Conareea of Mnn-ti », itt7ii FRIDAY, MAKCII 111, 191 ft.
CLUB MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
* The Ertfitah I lub met *Uh Mil ■ t'.ai'dnei ami Tn'lamo) M HUM TUOWtle,) ■ion. The program for the sHer- noon WAS in Ha lonn of n rcuuirltiiMe iniolii< miii of I,udy (Iregory's "Spreading (In MOWS." 'Ihe character* were well suited in their parte and did dhml oredit* nlile work, Tlutsa deserving tpcoial men- tioti nre Missea Weddlll, Boston, nnd Tieliciinr. Sevei'al gUOSI •of note enjoyed iin- oi oaelon, Mtet the play, ten. we/en, anil bon-bons wore served, o I 111 Thursday afleriioon, in MiftSM Itl.ur and I ;Io oil'- rnoni, Ihe French chili held it ■ second meeting, As tho dramatic spirit wioois upper Il at Westhompton now, thin program, too, (•(itiiisled of v |ilny. The title of Ihe pro- duction wan "l.a Traßi'die den True tliir.'.," with ihe (Aete OS follow MiHK Hhur "Coil.lie I fyilsil lliitcheMOti l.c gTttud ours (Vitus Ihilleiiiiin L'otirs dc grsndeui Moyec Miss Anderson l.c petll oun Snlne of Ihe linen in the |iln.\ weic Worthy id' iShahe.'lieaie, Ih...
PREPARATIONS FOR THE PAGEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
PREPARATIONS FOR THE PAGEANT.
Arrangements for the Pageant are now taking definite form el Weethomplon, sties Drown lidtl n try-out for the parts tn lio taken in" The Taming of t lie Shrew/ "A Midsummer Night's Dream," and "A Winter* Tills," mi last lucsilav al'lci ■ noon, Tho girls ore showing groal en- thusiasm nm ilie various assignments given (In- College, m»l it if wile tosay tlijii everything will whui tic lit good vrorking order, The committee mi oosturaw an* ihiiiiircil liy MiHK Lough i« es follows: Misses liciiiii'. Porter, Blair, Karnes, tC love, and IT, Smith. Then will be it tieries Of lectures leading up tv the PagaatA, which will us given at ilic Joffarsqu Hotel. Dean Keller ami Mil* Lough are, among the speakers, Mi Lough being tho Brst, She will tpeak <>n "The HiatoflaJ Baokground of tits Shakes' perejui Ur," Wednesday afternoon,
HORNBARGER IN GOOD SHAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
HORNBARGER IN GOOD SHAPE.
lliiniiiiujAci', who iliick quite b aire mm College authorities v week or id >in» bj developing » very rimy cose "l nujaslos, has long w> passed tho orltioal stage in the progress nt the malady, and Is now mi the road to a very ijwedy reoxivery. ltd win. movod to tKc iiiiiiuiMn. and was under the oars af » trniaed miree from Richmond, ready and necessotj toedical attention noon ol kinn the ravages of the dlsessp, H« will won he oul of W« room again iu>il in ni»»l idition, WilWaro end Idatj lew) to Randolph- Mgcon brj nio ol 81 to 23, This defeal fot the Indians In no way affects her winning the League raoe She ha i Hint amelied already. The Indians were , i Ideally a little nil' color, bul one of her supporters was hoard to remark On the •treats Sunday thai Referee Hargrove ■.Mm the game, inn! tliut Ii should be award«d i" linn. Oh, welll twnw other c\eii>e would ti.-ivc been found
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
STUDENTS! To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup MADE BY Atlas Specialty Co., RICHMOND, VA. M B|i 111 THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. Franklin ana Adams Streets. SERVICES: 9:30 A. M.~~Blble School. 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.-Regular Worship. 8 P. M. - Wednesday Prayer and Praise Service. C. L. & H. L. DENOON Real Estate and Loans, 807 E. Main Street. RICHMOND, VA USB THE The Quick Line Between the Bast and West. Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond.
ij inn i i u*uh i. C(IU „, you .„ (,„,, p U t. J tint off no ImiK- Coram to-day nnd Blurt, nnd you mil n-vi'i M I'.ii-i ii. rin,,- pi i cent, compound InUr-it paid on Saving Account!. MERCHANTS NATIONAL HANK, "Silinr l«(IIN4VIM.Ii." HOI !:. Main St., RICHAIOND, VA. STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, - 9:30 A. M. Preaching, 11 A. M. and BP. M. B, Y. P. U. - - - 7P. M, Homeier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader oi tho " Collegian " Is interested In making Richmond College a stronger end better College. Much of this great task belongs to Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni, but a Isrgo part properly falls to the studentß of this session. The i public doss not yet roallze the possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent beginning that hss been made already. The public believes the College is rich, and does not at all appreciate our need for more buildings, for larger endowment, for more scholarships. Perhaps you are euioying the benefit of a scholarship. Let I your acquaintances know what it means to you, and that probably two more good students from your county would be here if scholarships could be provided them. The College Is a great philanthropy. Its officers dealro to extend its benefits, | but wish, at the same time, to Improve the quality of the advantages offered to students. The public accepts the students as representatives of the College. Com- men...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 March 1916
DIGGS h. MOSELEY, GENERAL AGENTS. Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co. No*. 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-i ment for Men and Women j Sweaters, Sport Costs, Caps, j Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, | Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. Every 'Varsity Team at Richmond College | Is outfitted by A. Q. Spalding & Bros., j which Arm Coach has been representing (or j ton 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. Oil'.;an ov Vuuiinia Baptists. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It stands in Ihe old psthti, but does not stand MM. It also wslks therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR j THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., i 720 E. MAIN STREET. [...
HORSE-HIDE CHASERS TAKE TRIP. TEAM LEAVES SUNDAY TO PLAY BIG TEAMS IN SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
HORSE-HIDE CHASERS TAKE TRIP.
TEAM LEAVES SUNDAY TO PLAY BIG TEAMS IN SOUTH.
Sunday eight Manager McDanel and in liiiiiii ni' base-bull artists will journey down Into the ivnim and balmy South, to play a lories uf four games with some nf Hie Btrong6rjl leiiiii.i of llml ..ecli.in Ti,,. in.i icftino will ba played si Wake KOIVSI (111 ApHl W. 'I'lu'l' lIh.V 'A ill engage with d»' University uf Nnrtii Carolina, North Carolina A. ov M„ and Davidson, returning here on the 7th. They will open tha wasoti here by a game wiili tha Onion Tlienlditieni Seminary, DO April Kith. They will ttlsO play rtoanoke, Wske ftwwit, and WisaMngton Mini l.cc here, giving BOOM l.'.'Ui ICM nil the horriO lininiiils than the -indent., have luel ihr pleasure nf seeing in former years i lie squad i■• fast rounding Into shape, iiml in Ihe luM few pinol ice game* Inite iliMpluveii n "|n-|i" himl gingn thai gives US il renin." ul a OUP 'In • V9BJ , ( IfOSlslj bas been shifted to flwl Prow the out- Bald,...
TRACK MEETS IN NEAR FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
TRACK MEETS IN NEAR FUTURE.
With, tin- renovation of the oindet path ernes a number ol field and track inceU U, be held during the next two months, anil they will prove to be the meet exciting and nileresliiig of 'UiV thai have ever wl been RtSlgKi on Hie .--Indium hold. ilnr Inn-It team, wlueb h,,.- shown ftsetlj lo be v good bet in almost any hue ol Olympic endeavor, will be pitted against some of the Slate's beet athletes in tin i eonte-ls, mid, with the month of \pril in which lo SOUnd IntO shape, will give" a good account of itself A dun! meet willi Wake foiisl will open ihe spring track season for the Spiders. The Tarl Is will be here on \.iri! '.M. and will bring BDOUI twenty- live 01 thirty good, experienced men. They seem to lie well fortified in the (lushes well as in the long distance and haYS) a niiuibi'l ol compel lion lor the middle distance ami hurdle events. They ate a Strong loam, and will give our Beet-feet a bard run for Ihehonois. Ano'lio]' meet of nolo wil...
PARTY FOR THOSE WHO STAYED. WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ENTERTAINS AGAIN IN GOOD STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
PARTY FOR THOSE WHO STAYED.
WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE ENTERTAINS AGAIN IN GOOD STYLE.
A very furliniale f«W of th„-e who iv,, I in College during the holidays were meal delightfully entartalned on last Monday evening by the ladies ol Wi ilia.n.ploi, ( 'olliye, under the ul.lt' mii pleamul direction of Miss Kgglßston, whn iliii the ii us of thr evening in her ■ usual Ipl lid iraniier. The paftj WSJ given in the dining-room, and was i happy Combination ul a vets pice ni chafing-dish affair with an SHolgi ther informal gathering of oongonlal soul The, Yii'trnlii was iiuiveil in ihe rOOBI for tin- iii'i'ti.-iun, mid added v pleasing touch ' in the I'esiivitir.. by an WJcaelonal pro- .in.!■ I it- kind Here mid lliiai a ohlfing-dlsß we* In operation, filled with delicious eonebctiona of varied descriptions, sad, while a eWeris ..I a,.i>m artists punished the piano arid Split Ihe alien I'licrr \\ itli iicm-htir V , ilu- I'm >~,, ir boiling, and soon mi ill nil l* I - mw i the m...