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CASE OF DIPHTHERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
CASE OF DIPHTHERIA.
Knliy developed a slight case of diph- theria n week or so ago, and bus been confined in the inlirinary. The attack is not particularly serious, however, and bo is now on I lie road lo n very. The disease was delecled in lime lo cheek (be spread of it, and there is no danger of contagion now. lie will lie out in good shape bj a few days.
AN INTERESTING DOCUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
AN INTERESTING DOCUMENT.
A most Intonating recent gift li, llnr- : yard University is l( letter written by Thomas Jefferson from Mouiicello, in 1819, with advieo on the ,l,el of under- graduates. Jelferson's suggest ions wore the following; For breakfast—Wheat or corn bread, at choice of each particular, with butler and milk or coffee atl loft, at Ibe choice of each; no meal, For dinner— A soup, a dish of salt meal, a dish of fresh meat, and as groat, a variety of Vegetables, well cooked, as you please. For lUppM -Com or wheal bread, nt (heir choice; milk or coffee fat ,mV, also at I heir choice, but. no meat. Their drink al all times water, v young stomach need ing no Stimulating drinks, and the habit of using them being dangerous. And I should recommend as lata a dinner as the rules of their school will permit. No Kiuiiu of chance to lie permit led in iho bouse.
The proposition to abolish all "deals" in uiider-graduale activities at Brown has mot with a hearty response...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
The Richmond College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office! Room A-15, Dormitory I, EDITORIAL BOAIIU. J. A. 1.1JH1.11... .In., - ■ Kurroii-iN-Ciiur KSI'KI.U. M.MI'I.K, /AaaiawitT OAVi: :-vl I Kill.1 1,1.1). i,„, T oi,a-i»-Ciii«r it. M SUTHERLAND, * ii-nous ii, v mar HDiill', HI.AIII, I , KVAN ('lll'i-i'l'I'.'KMAN, Aasociirs J'.iiiiniia ISAAC 01008, J MANAOBMENT. |, \v. poUi:, - - Ho«iNK«» Masaass KI.KANOK COI'KNIIAVKII.] I', (.1. I'KUIIU!;, ..„,., „.„ ».„„. p. W, Ml I,Mill, Aiwr - " l " ™ H. 0. WYA'I'T, J All himinosa mnttcts sliould ho addressed to Iho HuKiiiciei Mimimor. All other iiisttori. should come to (he I-iUtor-in-Chlef. , , We iihiill tic iilciiHcil to lintullo imy alii.Uiits cnninitiiiiciitiuiis Willi due consideration- All un- signed correspondence will nol ho uithlisliod. Bntared is sscoad-olssi msttoi Niivt'mlie r 8,1911 i, ul tin. I'.ml-Ollli't. ut ItlchiiiiiriilOcllctre. Vn,....
TIDEWATER CLUB ORGANIZES WITH A DEFINITE AIM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
TIDEWATER CLUB ORGANIZES WITH A DEFINITE AIM.
For i number of yenn the above or- ganisation lias existed only in name, and lluil for only a few days, The puipo I in get n picture In lhe annual, Natur- ally, in this dny uf progress and activity for a definite purpose, one asks, Why an organisation with such a purpose The reply comes in a perfected organisation this year, with some speolflo alms and plant, First, Hie Club proposes to conduct a quiet, yet systematic campaign, during Ihe remainder of the scholastic year, to secure good, live, wide-awake students for Richmond College next year from Tidewater Virginia. I'racliciilly every part of Ibis section pf 'lie Stale is rcpre- .■ iiitoil al Kicluoond College, and the plan is thai these students who are hole shall oorressond ptnmuUy with prospective high school graduates Of Ibis year. A personal, pointed letter from a friend in College will'have morn influence with a possible college student than myriads of stiff, formal) circu...
TWELVE-PAGK WEEKLY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
We have uicivcd q cop\ of Tlw i.,iii',, nhiin, a weekly paper published by the Students of Lawrence College, WUwonsin, n is headed " imfjrioa'l Creates! CollcgJ Weekly," and is a twelve-page affair, Bo far as we know, Ibis is the only College weekly |viper of llii.. -ize in piililicnllon now, and is n very attractive shod
NAMES IS NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
NAMES IS NAMES.
Mi Wade A, 'I'unn, married to Mist Aiiccn Speaiman, iSWki ( '''"' r Ctmri» Mr. Dan. D Carr, whodrlves » |i f i,u,, wu (teed for bl.ickuu! iiailic Dm> m nYtteg, Miss Csnic Ciuiib, head waitress In the Slop Chewy HestauiMiil, is indisposed i bis week. Oak IIill Dsmoero*,
Professor Gaines was absent a week receintly on a leclurc course in Columbia, South Caroline Dr Melcalf also dc livercd I lectlOT at William and Mary College on Friday evening. March ITih. _
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
STUDENTS! To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup MADR BY Atlas Specialty Co., RICHMOND, VA. Secood Baptist Gborcii THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. Franklin and Adams Streets. SERVICES: 9:30 A.M.-Bible School. li A. M. and 8 P. M. -Regular Worship. 18 P. M. -Wednesday Prayer and Praise Service. C.L.&H.L. uENOON Real Estate and Loans, 807 E. Main Streot. RICHMOND, VA USE THE The Quick Line Between the East and West. Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond. ' I fl-HAY * 1M " , « lt, th »« ,<> 0 I lin I I WUR I. c „ u „t you'tro teen put- ling off so l.nut. Come to-day and atatt, and you I wllfnovor nigral It, Ttirao pet cant, compound j interest paid on Bavins Accounts. | MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, "HAFKtsT ion SAVINUR." 1101 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA, STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME ! Sunday-School, - 9:30 A.M. ! Preaching, 11A.M. and 8 P. M, B. Y. P. U. - - - 7 P.M. Homeier & Clark, HIGH-C...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegisn " is interested in making Richmond College ft stronger and better College. Much of this great task belongß to Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni, but a large part properly falls to the students of this session. The public does not yet realtie the possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent beginning that has 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 enloying the benefit of a scholsrahip. Let your acquaintances know what it means to you, and that probsbly two more good students from your county would be bore If scholarships could be provided them. The College is a great philanthropy. Its officers desire to extend its benefits, but wish, at the same time, to improve the quality of the advautnges offered to students. Tho public accepts the students as representatives of the College. Com- mend the...
HIP-POCKET ESSAY. Base-Ball [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
Uuse-lmll in 11 sort of imlimiiil, i»i', rather, universal insanity, prevalent on every level spot from llie Atotlo Olrole I" the i-Mii of Ofitober, it Jim superseded ever? other form of athletics oxoepl ihinriiin mill orarHihootlug, Instead of a ml tier, llie linbv Is OOW isiven U liiino- ii:ill, regulation sUe, und a fielding glove, on which lie cuts his leelh. Tims liuse-lulll in iliheri'iil, mi,l, mi urileiil Inn nil his life, lie (lien will, llie iiii'i)tii|inrnlile expros hion mi hie |uilliil lijin, "'r.v Cobb batted ,888 in 18067' HiiM>-linll i« played by nine leather-lunged, ha\a>ilited u> dividual*, whoso savage appearance ami baleful ayo would oause the Supreme Cunrl nf llie I'niti'd SlntlM In reverie Its decision, Oh the side-lines there are USUBIIy nineteen nips and one lielil marshal, who directs tl»' players' actions iiy standing mi his head and Iplttlng tobacco jniee in iii.', left-hand hip-pocket, , The big-boned, big-...
SPORT DOPETTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
Nbw Grid Roles, If n kick-off goes into llie crowd if is ti touch back, If a blooked kick goes into llie : lands il'h n safety. No one, not oven ;i physician, can go on the Held without permission. There can be no striking willi lists or elbows, If a defending team's forward pass hits the goal post it's a Safety, The referee can call the game on account of darkness, A player can bat Hie ball with bis linnd in a forward pass. If a team comes on the lield late t lie oilier side can ohoOSO llie goal, A player must be I lit- lust man on ike line of scrimmage to gel a forward puns, Dr. Hnrdick lias issued bis ultimatum to the athletes who professionalised them- selves supervising (he playgrounds. In a letter in reply to a statement ol thtexaot conditions under which a playground supervise' in employed, Dr. Huriliek slill holds lo his old opinions; based upon the supposition thai conditions here arc p - e cinoly similar lo those existing in llalli- iiKirc. Mr. ('alde...
SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
The following nimimncenienl may prove of Interest to some of the readers of Till ( 'ui.i.i.iilAn: "Tbo trustees of the Johns Hopkins University hnve founded ten new graduate scholarships, to be given to students from Ihe Soul hern and Western Stales. II was thought that Hopkins ought lo be bettor known in I bill seel ion of the country, and bones these scholarships were offered. "They have a Value of 1150.00 an- nually, but do not carry exemplion from laboratory fees. They will be awarded on March Ist, Applications for then, Should be made to Hie legist tar of the Ibiiversily."
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
DIGGS & MOSELEY, GENERAL AGENTS. Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co. Nos. 604-5-6 Mutual Building, RICHMOND, VA. Insurance, $035,000,000.00. Assets, $155,000,000.00. SPECIAL AGENTS L, W. EFFORD and FOSTER WITT.
I ...... I 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 'Varsity Team at Richmond Collage is outfitted by A. G. Spaldlnu & Bras., which firm Conch has bouu representing Inr tun 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 Houso hi Virginia, i " "' '"' ' j Religious Herald,! RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. | OiuiA.s ojr Virginia Baptists. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It stands In the old paths, but does not stand j still. It also walks therein, SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR ! THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph C 0....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 31 March 1916
1 Mi Shop. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINGS COLiEGIATE Now-a-days it's Eatmorjread Amcrian Bread & Baiting Co. ■■POOP FOB THE MVIII |".lttlln«M*] A Main anil - »" Utt, I 1 tIKWh »• JWPhgWk Broad StreaJ | hmm " - , -~ J Correct Engraving. Wedding Invitations, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and Visiting Cards, Crests, Mono- grams, and Stationery. : j HUNTER & CO., Inc. 629 East Broad Street, Richmond, - Virginia. 'Phone, Randolph 2110. Shoe Repairing Shop. JVI. ROSBi flfoercbant Pallor Suits and Pants Made to Order Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 20S W. Broad Street, RICHMOND, YA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," ,i Ei?!&iBm, H "Dayton," "Crascent."" Ardnora Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles, Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. POLLARD & BftGBY, IReal Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES.
SPIDERS LOSE FIRST GAME ON TRIP. WAKE FOREST GAME CLOSE SHOW WELL AGAINST "INTS." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
SPIDERS LOSE FIRST GAME ON TRIP.
WAKE FOREST GAME CLOSE SHOW WELL AGAINST "INTS."
Altbiiilgb Ibe Spiders nut-hit nml mil- j played thel* 1 opponent* lum. Mom lay j .iiiei'tiiiiiii, still tbi'.v lout to the itfong Wake I'liiesl nine liv a OlOatQ iiiiii'itin of II to 2. Two lucky livo-lmsc hits with ii it'll on liases run in the three tallies, whioh lend Ihe Spiders could not over- come. This was (hi Brat urn f the barn-stoiiiiinn trip, iintl Ilm bflyl showed up extremely well, gtSHUating tight hits In their Opponent* 1 lour, inul only making oi ri'iir, while their lirolber lluptisls nunlc two. I.nek of hits ut iippm'tuno momenta spelled (leletil, six of our men having been left Nli'iindcd on the bases. .lollilf pitcht'il tl supei'W Hiinii>, allowing bin opponanU only font' hit*, bul Ibey luckily Hunt wlien tleil. dc walketl live men, wlueh wim partially responsible for the three scores. Carter uml Lingua were then' wilh the slick, the former getting three safeties out ...
SPIDERS PLAY INTERNATIONALS. MAKE GOOD SHOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
SPIDERS PLAY INTERNATIONALS. MAKE GOOD SHOWING.
UHt Tlimmliiy mill Friday tba Spider ni|im«l played iwn ffktam »nli ll"' Hicli- lull nil liiiiTiiiiiioiiuis, mid sbowed lv friend* two thing! ftnrl, that they «■•"' not afraid u> Himul up to the bal and Ml tli<> hall, and, Noond, thai the othw tenuis of mir httgU* Xt K<ii"K to Imvr to p| lip anil liurry to win any mnti'KtH. 'I'lic Imllinn of tin' *»BB WM cxSivnii'ly
gratifying, although in tha tim uonteat they got unly one liit ■» Boratoh by Torn Miller, Still I'ai'li mini Inn'il it mil. when vi imi, and ii area only superb fielding on ii"' pari nf the International]! thai turned several long, hard drhn Into uiitn. The fielding of the Spider? waa exoallenl alter tha first Inning, la whioh th* lata** ii.'iiiuii.'ils drove in two runai Tha pit«•'»- ing wim good, ('on, JullilT, and Knight r.ai'ii performing satiafaotorily for three frames, In the whole game the "Ollnib" era" sunooeded In garnering six hiW/ and one ...
QUARTET CONCERT NEXT THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
QUARTET CONCERT NEXT THURSDAY.
'IV Cnlliw i|iiarlH will (tiv th« mimial conceit ncvt Thursday, al 8:80 ~'clock, i» 'I' l ' .iiidii'iiiiiin. 'I'lic prooaadi of thin concert will X" •<> the 'Varsity Clnli, mul it id hoped tn*l lufflolenl r-vciiiii' miiy I"' derived from tMi affair to anable them t" equip tha; 'Viimiiy room, where trophies, picture*, »'< *•-. will l>f kept, l'l»' HilmixNioii will be thirty-five ''<'"'* f,ir i*wwd eeate and twenty-five cent* (eneral adrowon, Tickets arc on ante "" tbe campus, ami u ,uv be obtained from any member of the 'Vanity Olub, Thin concert will lake tin' plow of the annual eoneeri Riven by the Olee Club, , m ,l ,| ir \ : ,i itv ('lull \mH weaiV* a ahare of the funds which ordinarily went lo the
11 lee Club, A large attendance of the students and their friends is looked for. The quortel has given already a number of concerts this MOSOn, and have pre- pared a very eredilalile program, which will consist of aboul fifteen n...
FINAL EXERCISES ARE BEING PLANNED. COMMENCEMENT DAYS ARE TO BE FULL OF INTERESTING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
FINAL EXERCISES ARE BEING PLANNED.
COMMENCEMENT DAYS ARE TO BE FULL OF INTERESTING EVENTS.
Definite plinm for ('oiinneneenient. ate already Ihmmk nnnmiiieed, ami munh preparation in being made fur a toeut iieetiiiion. 'I'lic exerei.seH, iih nnntiiiiieeil iii the Mtaiogue, will begin on Sunday, Jlllii' ■Ith, Willi thi Imci'illiiuri'Mli' hi rim.ii. which in In In' |iri':\i'lii'il liy the Rev. John M. Vini>H, I). I)., pwtor nf I lie First fisptial ciniii'ii uf Roanoke, He in ad able and eloquent prekohor, once President of I In' AniliTHon College for women, nf Anderson, 8, ('. Tin' annual alumni dinner will be ln-iil. iih Inn! your, in Ihe dininK-hiill of Wcst- bampton College, Deati Prince, nf the Uiehmnnil Ai'iiili'inv, in in charge of llii' arrangements fur ilmk event, Pftofessor Hudil, of thi Mi'dii'ul College <A Virginia, i. iliiiiimiti of llii- I'liirmiilli'i' on the pn>- Kmiii of ihr ulu in ii i meetings, and wty attractive provisions have been made for the ...
COLLEGE DELEGATION HEARS BILLY SUNDAY. CROWD GOES TO BALTIMORE DURING RECENT HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
COLLEGE DELEGATION HEARS BILLY SUNDAY.
CROWD GOES TO BALTIMORE DURING RECENT HOLIDAY.
Aliotit twenty-live HtinlnntH of the College wont lo Hiiltimoro junl nftor the euiiipli'lion oi liie .•.s.iliiiiii.iioii poi'ioii, i" attend thai "Billy" Sunday meetings now going un In thai oily. They Ml In a hotly, going by liutit frnin Worn I'liinl. ami ii|) the OhMntpaaka liny. A very delightful trip iH reported, imii n royal reeoptinn ill the city whon thny nirivoil. T'hoy Mm enleilMmeil by previoilH pro- vtptofl iii the private homes of Baltimore, and Were iiei'olileil liiim> ili'iniiiintriltinllH of the IrlndaM hospitality srhUa thorn. TbOSS whn oniiipoHoil tlio purty are limtl in thelf eoiiiiiiniiilnlinn Of the "nu- llum of "Hilly" Siintluy and tit iiiollioilh, _ we'll un of the i-oiii-tomin people of the Miiryliiml city. Slorion of Siiinlny'h pow- er* are told al length, and many amosing mill taterasting Incident* sonneeted with the trip urn repeater! by l-homi who wan in th...