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INFIRMARY BUSY WITH THOSE WHO AIL. CONSIDERABLE SICKNESS OF VARIED NATURE VISITS COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

INFIRMARY BUSY WITH THOSE WHO AIL.

CONSIDERABLE SICKNESS OF VARIED NATURE VISITS COLLEGE.

A considerable spread uf nick new bun taken ell'cet in College during the Ind few weelt.t, hilt, tluiiikM to the ready ofßc« of Dr. .Imbed nml other ttulhoritioH, no serious onsen have developed, The infirmary bus been in lull tiperiitio.i for some tune, .-tinl ni times has been packed in overflowing with patients. Mcasl* seems to be ibe predominant malady, with tontllitii holding a clow second place. Stevens, who recently went through an attack of iiii'iihlch, went luune for n tew days after leaving the Infirmary, and liiim now rt'tiiiiii',l to College iv good shape. Kit-by, who wast working well un till* liami-bnll M(|Uild, and Hal pieventeil from working hy n slight case of diph- theria, in now well agaJft, Dui'huiii, ILiiiiip, ami lliinl bnve I n in the. in- lirinary for eevoraj days with maealee, [ but their condition in nut at all serious, 'tul Ihey tile about well. ('at'tef h...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
1916 SPIDER GOES TO PRESS ON TIME. HOPE TO DISTRIBUTE SENIOR BOOK BY JUNE 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

1916 SPIDER GOES TO PRESS ON TIME.

HOPE TO DISTRIBUTE SENIOR BOOK BY JUNE 1st.

The Mill! "Spider" him gone lo press, and thfl printers are hard at WOTS I" secure an einlv publication of Ihe Si'iimr book. Mr, .1. A. Cartel', the editor-in- chief, Ims put forth every effort vMlliin the laal few weeks lo .secure all miilerin'i within the ullotcd time, which was April Ist, and he wns so far successful that it is thought llic annual will be ready for distribution by June Ist, al the latest. The publication this year is not so large as Ihe 101/1 book, antl is, for a novelty, lining run on its own resources. Mr. X, IL Anderson, the business mana- ger, bus si'i'iiifil a large number "f new advertisements, and, in his very system- atic and business-like way, has devised sufficient means whereby the College will not. In- burdened with a large debt for Ihe publication of the "Spider," as iv Former years. ; TI» co-operattoli of all the classes in gelling up Ibe book btis liecn very ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
PAGEANT GOING IN FULL SWING. COSTUME MEASURES TAKEN AND PLANS FOR BUILDING LAID. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

PAGEANT GOING IN FULL SWING.

COSTUME MEASURES TAKEN AND PLANS FOR BUILDING LAID.

Tin Htiiine iniui began operations on 'Wednesday in regard to the Pageant regal in, and the nnii'li-lnuki'il-fiir begin- ning of iii-l ive work liiih come, About two hundred and fifty men in College have signified iln'"' inieniion of talcing part, in I lie hliow, and even more will conic in Inter. Measures tor ooetumoa have been taken this week, mv I rehearsals will soon be running in full swing. The I'ontumi'H will not aosl more Ihan 11 dollar and a half each, and Uiim iiiinoiincement liiih relieved much anxiety on this score, Further arrangements have been made SS In projected .scenes of I lie Pageant, anil the nitCH are being lan I oIT iih rapidly as liny run be attended to. The Hour's lle.'ul Tavert hi to be built, and will be the scene Of "Henry 1V.," to be givon by the HluilctitH of tlliH College. Iliirtlin- Iniucw hair, lo be held by Ihe Hluilenl.s of the, Collegiate School for Qirls,...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

WESTHAMPTON NOTES.

Miss Keller has returned from her trip to New York. Misses Alice Faulkner and Emily Over- ton will in it return to College. Miss prances (ilassell has relumed to College, idler a week's visit lo her home. Miss Dot (iary spent the week-end with MiHs Deborah McCarthy, in Rich- mond. Miss Mary Elder, of Smith College, lias been a guesl at. VVesthiunplim for several days. Mrs Edith Clay and daughter, ol Selme, Alabama, have been guests of Miss Mary ('lnv for Ihe past week Mrs. Tieheimr, of Monroe, Cm, lias been Ihe guest of her daughter, Minn Sestet Tichenor, since the beginning of the holidays. Mrs. Clay, Misses Mary a'.nl Bdlth (lay, and Betsey Camp were the dinner guests of Miss Margaret James on Thurs- day night. The girls spending their holidays nl the College were eiiterliuned with a pic- nic at Seven Pines butt Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Boatwright chaperoned the excursion, and Miss Efgleston furnished it delightful lunch.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CAMPUS ENDS AT BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

CAMPUS ENDS AT BRIDGE.

Tbr question soaros to have arisen hh io the sxtenl of the Richmond College campus in relation to the campus of We:-ihamplon College, iiinl the nullum t ; es have very clearly and rnnrhisivi'ly »jj forth Ihe (net Ihul the domain of the man's college ends at the bridge al ihe eastern end of the lake- Il in "M-IO or light" without I lie light, and with a very definite understanding an to tits matter Oi the "'id 40." Some inea have formed the habit of lale of placing themselves very conspicuously on the Wesllmmplim side of (he lake, along the path and In otbw plnccn, which pniclice has I nine Kiimewltnl objec- tionable anil in very had form. The authorities do not wish to (earn unreason- nlile or n! ail disagreeable in the matter, bill merely wish I o call flic all cut in" of Ihe Students tO t.he fad that they aru ex- pected to remain on their own side of the pond, and leave ihe territory of the young im lies unmolested, It >s not some Undiscovered count...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SICK LIST INCREASED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

SICK LIST INCREASED.

The very latest reports from Ibe sick indicate thai the list has grown muoh larger than was expected. On Wed- nesday morning abonl twenty-seven men were reported disabled in one way or another, which is the largcHl sick roll that bus been reported as yet. Nunc of Ihe runes are serious, howcvi'r, ami il is thought. Hull the eluuigi! of weather will li.x all Ihe men up in good shape.

Middie: "The sea is very treacherous to-day." Biddie: "Yes; full of Harvard Lampoon,

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
HOW ABOUT COMMENCEMENT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

HOW ABOUT COMMENCEMENT?

Il is to be sincerely hoped l lint enthu- siasm over the coming Pageant will mil overshadow preparations for Comitieine moot this year, and thai this final cvenl of the College year will be made Ihe biggesl in all history. Il is merely tuning upon an old string, bul we insist upon repealing the appeal lo all men that, in every case possible, they remain in College for the final exorciHcs. Tlie Ciiniini'iice- ' inent means ho very much lo the reputa- tion of Ihe College Unit il is essential that a large crowd of (he students stay to lake j purl. This has not 1)0611 done in all cases in Ihe past, and ihe lack of such has been very conspicuous. tjOt every man make some sacrifice, if necessary, and stay on I lie job, as he should. It. is a duly jlWit as, clearly as il ih a duly In support any Other of Ihe College inslilut ions. Stay with the crowd, and make Coinmciicctneiil worth something.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
PROMINENT VISITORS HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

PROMINENT VISITORS HERE.

Mr. llelford < Hancock and bis daughter, MiHs Emily (ilaHcoek, were very welcoiue visitors lo the College on lasl Saturday, April Int. Mr. Cdasnock wan one of the most liberal contributors lo the fund fur Ihe erect ion nf the new buildings of the College, mid did a great deal Inward making (he new Richmond College possible, lie is a distinguished alumnus of Ihe College, being here in '(ill. Until he and Miss (ilascoek expressed them- selves as greatly pleased with Ihe College, the hiiildingN, site, Hijrroiindings, mid all particulars, Huh being their lirsl visit since the birth of the new institution. They spent a greater part of Ihe day on Ihe grounds, and, under Ihe direction of Dr. Bontwiight, made a careful ami thorough Inspection of the grounds and buildings,

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THE STREET-CARS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

THE STREET-CARS AGAIN.

The grade of aerviee thai is gotten from the street railway line is exceedingly poor in schedule, W'u have no com- plaint wlialevcr to niiike of the con- diiclors mid tnotormen (but run the ears ■- i" fuel, We bavc nolhiug but eonmiciidii- tion for them, They arc a eoiirleous, attentive collodion of geiitlemei:. It is not their fault, of coiii-hc, that the street railway line dues not see tit lo run a more complete schedule. We wish (o offer a Mtiggenliiiii here thai would do much good, if it fulls into I he proper liiuiilh and is noted upon The suggesl ion iH that whisllea be placed nn the cars, so that, the students may know when they lire coming in and when they are going out. Under I lie present system, with the uncertain schedule caused by one car having to wail nn a switch until another passes, the Hchcilule is very often thrown out, particularly op Hat urdayn and Sundays. With a small coat (lie Virginia Railway and Power Company could provide Whis...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

MUSIC.

I "He said this skirl of mine was a perfect .symphony." i "Maybe, but it's not well conducted." "What do you mean?" "Il drags. "—Cleveland Rixord.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
HISTORIC HOME FOR "MESSENGER" PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

HISTORIC HOME FOR "MESSENGER" PROPOSED.

Down nl the corner of Fill (tenth and Milill streets, just above thc Chesapeake and Ohio station, on the opposite side of I he si reel, stands a throe-story brick build- ing, fronting on Main street about forty feet ami running back on Fifteenth I probably seventy-live feel. This bouse bus been used iiiiinisslvely ns a shoe j store, liiu'-fooin, restaurant, fiiiifoetit.iiier'y shop, ami now, in its old ago, battered, iTumltliiig, cuve.H'il with advertisements, it awaits its fate. Oil one side uf lhi« building then' is a sign, itself somewhat battered, rending something like thill "In this building Edgar Allan I'oc edited the Southern Literary Mi-mcnucr.'' Thnl is all. The tirsl time thnl you pass the place you do not even not ice it, il is so much siil'- I'tiuiuli'd by advertisements and tlie like. As we stated before, this building is awaiting its fate, What fate? The fate of growing, progressive Iticlimond. Al- ready i im Administrativ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
NEW YORK ALUMNI MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

NEW YORK ALUMNI MEETING.

The iinieh-honililed New York Chapter of Itii'hmiiiiii College alumni has finally been thoroughly organized, and the Hint meeting of the body is lo be held on May nth The founding of this society has b under Ihe direction of the very able eoinmiitci' mentioned In Tin Couuwu* some weeks ago. This lirst annual meet- ing next mouth will mark the beginning of ii very powerful organization, and great help is. expected In follow for the College. Dr. IWtwright. will atlenil llm, niceliiig on it its rel urn from Uoolicntcr, where he will speak before Ihe Hocheiiler Itaptist Hooial Union at its annual meeting, held in connection with the Rochester Theo- logical .Seminary, on May Bth.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
BRICKLEY IN BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

BRICKLEY IN BUSINESS.

It has been announced that Brickley, Harvard's star, who coached the Johns Hopkins foot-ball team so successfully lust, year, will nut return lo Hopkins in the fall, but will remain in Host on, whei" business interests are demanding his time and attention. Ho will help in tin lltir- vard coaching to some extent,

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
$1,000,000 COMMITTEE NAMED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

$1,000,000 COMMITTEE NAMED.

Ibe campaign for raising 11,000,000 for Ibe budding fund of Richmond College is now nn. The committee lo be pul in charge of Ibis operation has been niuiied, ami numbers among its members some influential ami enthusiastic alumni, upon whom is the hope umi the cxpocfancy of much mieeesK in this enterprise. The comiiiillee is as follows: Mr. T. C. Wil- lianm, Jr., Mr. .). I). Crump, manager of the Bi I' Johnson Publishing < mnptiiiy; liei l( H. Pitt, editor of the Hdigimm lhi,,i,i; Mr. A, W. Patterson, Col. T, li. MeAditiiiH, cashier of ihe Merchants National Bunk; the President of the Board <»f Tnmlees, and Dr. Hoatwrighl. Aliliiiuuceiiii'iits as lo the progress ami success, of this all-important einn- uiiltcc will be ii im ii' from lime to time, but I hose in charge are tint prepared iim yet In make any detailed statement as (o I ho work.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

NOTICE.

Miss Maria Illair will deliver n free SOWN of lectures on Shakespeare hi ihe V. W. Oi A. in Richmond during Ihe next three weeks, These led urea are given on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:48 o'clock, It would be well for till interested in the Pageant in attend these, as Mias Illair is v close hI mien! of .Shakespeare and is also a well-known spsatoVi

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SERIES OF LECTURES AT MEDICAL COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

SERIES OF LECTURES AT MEDICAL COLLEGE.

The Faculty of the Medical College of Virginia announces the following series of "Popular Hrience Talks with Demount rations," lo be held at the College building, at Twelfth and Clay streets, promptly tit H:\tt P, M,, on the following datesi April llth--"ChoiniHlry of 10very-l)ny Life," Mr, Worthy V. Ui'idd and Mr. B, h' McCrai'knn. April (Nth "How ihe Plants Make Our Pood," Mr, P. V. Pnckeiithall and Dr. K. C. 1.. Miller. April 2f)th "The Cause and Nature of Tumors," Dr. S. 11. Moon and Dr. ti. \V. lliidd. Admission by ticket only until 8:10 I. ,\L, afler which Ihe doors will be upen to tiir public, Tickets tuny he obtained by calling at Ihe ('ollcgc office, or by sending a slamjied anil addressed envelope

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
APROPOS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

APROPOS.

A unit the Shakespeare celebration which in lii lake place upon the grounds of Richmond College in May, we find the follow ing in last iveek'n IttJejwndioU: "Now thai the season of the Tercen- tenary approaches, we set ourselves sternly to the duty of remembering Shakes|K>are, or recollecting him, as Ihe BOM may lie. We wrile about him, or read about him; in his honor wo recite, we sing, we dance, wo net, we paint, we p.'igcunl, each according to his own talents or ambition. The whole country has become one great Shakespeare Memorial Siieiely, such as Chesterton wrote about: " 'While the vain world cureless sped, Unheeding the heroic name— The soiilh most fed with Shake«|ieare's fame Still sal, iiiieoiupiered in a ring, Itcmcndieriiig him like anything * * • They stuck like Limpets to the spot, best they forgot, lout they forgot.' "

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DESTINY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

DESTINY.

Two roses no a Htngle stem Grew side by side; And thee, one in a lifeless hand, Olio to a bride —IS*.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

The Richmond College snd Westhnmpton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room A.-15, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A, UUsUB, Jii., - - KDiroK-IN-Cifi.r DAVE MAri'ioi(|.ii:j.i), ,'*„,. ,„.(-.„,„ M m BUTHBKLAIND, ) KDIWBMH*3Ht» HUWIK lII.Allt, ) , KVAN ClllsH'ri'.UMAN, Ainocur. I'.iuroM IHAAC DIOQt, J MANAOBMBMT. P. W. FOItK, • • Hddinm- Mana<i»h Ki.KAMHi CQPBNHAVWU P. 0, I'KItDOK. .... ~„. Mu _, K. W. MIU.EK. AH-T.IHI-.Mnu- ll. 0. WYATT, I All bualimaa m«tli»rii -hould bo uddraaiied to Un, lliiiiim.i.n Mniiniii-i. Allulhiii mailer" aim-Id coma to the Kdltor-lu-Ctalel. Wo thtil li» pISfUSa to Imiiillo any atudenta coitiinuuic-tiona with duo conaldeialioii. All un- .., ii"' corre«|ioud«nc« will not bit pubilalied. Entered mi i nd-clua matter November B. win,ni ii,,, I'lmi on, ii iiuiiii..iiiiiOsllam, V-., iimlor this Aol of Oorit""" — StSI-h >, l""*' FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1016.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
AT OTHER COLLEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916

AT OTHER COLLEGES.

The entire class of 1017 of all Russian universities has been called on! by Ihe Government. —tr- Over one hundred students at Illinois Ui'hli-vihi have been suspended fur a week for dancing. The University of Texas slands alone ill Ihe college world in having v one- an I captain of the biise-lnill Iciiin. The Ihiivcrsity of Nebraska Haiti) bus olTere I a dollar for every well-founded criticism of the publication. I In Mondays and ThnrHilays, so il has been rumored, Ibe Seniors of Ihe I'niver- sily of Texas will all carry eiines nml wear full-dress collars and lies, Columbia's debating team will take an Ml ended trip during April. The uni- versities of Missouri, ('alifornia, Colorado, mid Utah will be met during this journey. —0 — There is a strong possibility that the glee elnb of belaud Stanford will visit the Panama Canal on nr. army transport. A former belaud Stanford musical club lisik such ti trip to Honolulu Wireless telegraphy in now being taken up «t...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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