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DELAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
A fuihtirliun train was slowly wiirkiiig its way through MM nf tin- bllssftrds Or 'IM. Finally it «WM to » ,i<,ml "*°Pj ,u|l ' nil I'lTurls lii Hfnrl it again SrWt) futile. In ihr wfo, small hours ol the morning a weary tHiiiimuter, minih from I hi- fold and cramped ppaltlon In the tax In which Im had irinl to steepi unwind out of thi (rain, and llniiinh'ri'il thn>u*h the hi'avy snowdrift In the iii'iu'i'Ht telegraph million. This Ih tho message h« hnitdod tn tim OpMMOfl "Will not hi' a' the office In-day. Not In,inr yesterday yet." -Kr.
The crap team has been holding secret practice for several weeks, and are fast
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
STUDENTS! ,To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup M Mil; BY Atlas Specialty Co., RICHMOND, VA. Second Baptist Giiurcli THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. Franklin and Adams Streets. SERVICES: 9:30 A. M.-Blble School. 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.-Regular Worship. BP. M. Wednesday Prayer and Praise Service. C.L&H.L. DENOON Real Estate and Loans, 807 E. Main Sim.it. RICHMOND, VA USE THE | The Quick Line Between the East and West Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond.
I SHUT TD.nAY * lo ° » Ur, « ,h »' «-! •J I Hll I I U"UK I. CO unt you've iitee pul- ling all hu loiik Coma to-day and start, and you will never mere! It. Three pur cent, compound Intersil paid on 8»»lnj Accounts. MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, "HSI'IiST I'llll H4VIMIJH." lIDI li. Main St., RICHMOND, 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-C...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegian " Is interested in making Richmond College A stronger and better College. Much of this great tank belongs to Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni, but s large part properly falls to the students of this session. The public doeß not yet realize the possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent beginning that has been made already, The public believe:*; 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 scholarship. Ist your acquaintances know what it moans lo 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 desire 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- mend th...
BASKET-BALL RECORDS IN POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
BASKET-BALL RECORDS IN POINTS.
We mi' publishing below » detailed ri'i'iinl mode by bno playors on the various Imski'i-iinll quiniH in the league during the pnsl sea* a, U taken frobi the official ■oortvbooksi Records will bo nivi'n in four columns, in the following mnniiwi First I'liliiiini, number of games played; second column, fluid got*!*! third column, foul goals i fourth column, total points, The Ifiil follows!
lii addition to Hon list, we have oonv pilcil from the record Iwoks the Bercentagt nl' e.'ieli player in Bold Rnitle, which in iin follows!
Wood l,. Cosby i; ii ii 89 n in 28 (12 (i 98 (I 2(1 ;■■ Bold M.Cosby II HI Oox ii t (I S
Qayle Zlon (i 112 (I 98 9 66 il fit) Jonos li is 13 Hi Btrykw ii 8 I 17 Zl'llllllT fi ti (I (I
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Si'oll Waters (I IK (i 2(1 HI fifi I II lll'lll iiih!i;iiii li IS o 88 r'llinrv (i 18 0 2(1 llichiuxlsoii 0 3 (I II
Pondleton 0 ii 18 ...
TRACK SQUAD OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
TRACK SQUAD OUT.
Manager Taliaferro lasl Monday Issued v call for nil track candidates, and during the absence ol the beam will use the Stadium field and nsnd pit in preparation ul the scvciul meets tn be heM In the near future, Tin) nii'i't with Washington awl Lee has nol been definitely decided upon, lint there in v prulmliilily (if Its being stuped here. The distance nien during Ihi.s week will devote three afternoons running over the croswouutry course! while the dash n, hurdlers, umi those entering In the Bold meets will use the track and mind pit. The members of the squad will work oul regularly from now until the finish of the season, ami, if I hey develop in Ihe nexl month in pro- portion to that of the hint few ukuiilim, they Cttn be expected tO ''op (|iiito ft nilinlicr of events in each meet.
VESPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
The vesper servleM next Sunday will lie conducted by [lev, L, T. Wilson, paster of thi' (liace-Slrcet, Itnptist Church, EUchmond, Dr. Wilson in an interesting speaker, and a crowd is cxiioctcil to hear him. These services have mil been as largely attended by the studeftte during the early Spring, and it is hoped thai they will all cmi' out and Rive tlioir support to this very eoinmciidahle part of the College life. Service* me bold in Ihe auditorium every Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock, and Ihe public is cordially invited to he present,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
DIGGS & MOSELEY, GENERAL AGENTS. Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co. Nos. 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- ment for Men and Women Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. Every 'Varsity Tenm at Richmond Oollouti Is outfitted by A. G. Spatdlnu & Bros., wlilclt firm Coach lisb boon roiirosonllni, for ten 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 Haute In Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. Okuan of Virginia Baptists. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It .(.nnt. In the old paths, but dues not aland still. It also walks therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STREET. Tlie Only ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 April 1916
The Student Shop. -Tjjjj HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINGS COLIiGMTE Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread _.„.. hmu Bread & Baking Co. pCOOP FOR THE EYEB"| ■ THE S. 6ALESKI nPTIML CO. ■ I Msln an* - 3« «*•«. I ■ tlHblh SI. JW9K, Brood Sl,<->1 | Correct Engraving. Wedding Invitations, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and Visiting Cards, Crests, Mono- grams, and Stationery. : HUNTER & CO., Inc. 629 East Broad Street, RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA. 'Phone, Randolph 2110. Shoe Repairing: Shop. JVI. K()8E, flDercbant bailor Suits and Pants Made to Order Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 208 W. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," "Emblem," "Dayton," "Crescent," "Ardmore Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles, Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. POLLARDS BfIGBY, TReal Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES.
TEAM SHOWS WELL ON SOUTHERN TRIP. GOOD WORK ON BARN-STORMING TRIP THROUGH CAROLINA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
TEAM SHOWS WELL ON SOUTHERN TRIP.
GOOD WORK ON BARN-STORMING TRIP THROUGH CAROLINA.
Although drl'.'iili'il in nil tonl- iif tin' (Imiiii'h mi Ilic trip thioiiidi bfa StttUl of North Ciiroliiwi, itlll our tow road* in ,5,,-iirm ihowtog, had, if fch* breaks bad bwn evetti we *ould lllvvv '' mm ' Hwougb Willi tWO Vll-|<ll'icM Ullil IWII (It'fl'HlM. Tuiir oil) dllggWl mll-*luKH''d uml OUT pitcher* out»pitob«d tin- oppoting nlnl>- men, liul (in lot) im both iH'i'iininiiH, At Wnl«' Forwl i lie Bpiden found their BJuim for slghl hit*, while tho Bap*4»t# nut tour, and at DftnUiM w* boI aJinl liiiH in Davldnos'i iivp. At North Ciu.'lmii Inivi'ivity Uie hteviwt wow ol tb* dip wa* regtofcered iiHiiiiiNl ii" H to 8, Tin' uiuih' WM played on iin w tii'iii, imti the BpWen Irarni'.l |boul liH' in I'll' lii'in'lii'M. Tilt' rud mud Ml ill I'luif," tn tlM>l» tiiiUMMH. Tho outfield wan 10 lienvy that It win) liiirtmll.v PHpoudble for fOKIf oi tin' lOSg hit* iiimli' liy Ihi' Ciirnl...
VESPER SERVICES ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
VESPER SERVICES ESPECIALLY ATTRACTIVE.
The VMpeT services OS next Sinuluy promise to be <>t unusual Intareet for those whn oare for the beet. Dr, W C. James, of the Onpve-Avenue Baptist Church, Richmond, will deliver the address, which will be ol a high order lie is mi attractive speaker and s preacher Of nini'll note, lie will DC OSstatCd liy two woll-known singers from Hichmoml, who will vernier it tlilct Mrs. Harper, soprano, ana) Men. Bowman, contralto. Servian will lieglii ut 0 o'clock, M UUta!, ami 11 large crowd is aggtjejjed
PAGEANT COSTUMES BEING MADE ON HOME GROUNDS. REHEARSALS GOING ON INTEREST IN AFFAIR GROWING RAPIDLY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
PAGEANT COSTUMES BEING MADE ON HOME GROUNDS.
REHEARSALS GOING ON INTEREST IN AFFAIR GROWING RAPIDLY.
iii order to make more adecjueAe pro- ; vision* for securing P*tj*anl eoatumw for ItiehiiKind Collage student*, d wwtag- room lias been equipped in the hiisouieiil Of H.th'.inl Bill, and the regiiliii will be Imanufactured hire at. home. A number of (awing iiinchini's have been DTOUghl from Richmond, and a NguhtFM'uiiisticss . I'slabllshiiienl is now in operation oil the campus. Material fee the PagMUtf clothes has been boUght| uml all the simplest cohl limes will he made in this way, thereby dtoreeaisg tin st ami solving on* of the |iriibleins that has given tin* iom- mitlce lunch irniihle of lale. Certain loeinliei.s of llni Kncully have iiilviinee.i! money to secure I lie raw material, and students will pay their share of this at mice. The cosliiiuc'H will not, cost '' than | dollar and a half each, execpi the more elaborate creations, which will !»• rented from some s...
SICKNESS NOW A THING OF THE PAST. SPLENDID SERVICE OF DR. JAMES MUCH APPRECIATED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
SICKNESS NOW A THING OF THE PAST.
SPLENDID SERVICE OF DR. JAMES MUCH APPRECIATED.
The rather annoyum sioIOHW which visited the Collffci' recently has now been dchiiitely einled, thanks to the ready and williiiK assistance of our very etlicienl authorities, The continual ohanges In the weather during the last, few WWk* was largely responsible for the somowhal large niinibcr of crises of InimilitM, but, now that (lie iprlng m'cius to have re- turned in curliest, all those who weie suffering from one slight oomplainl or another arc praetlcally Mil, A word ot ciiiiicsi commendation is in order in regard to the excellent services rendered by Dr. James, whose imsellish- nesM and extreme kindness, at all times, lis exceedingly rofmshing, and, in Huh : particular Instance, was largely responsible for oheeking the spread of the various ailments with which » number of men have been afflicted, On his own re- sponsibility, and entirely Of his own free will, Dr. Jam** ha* labored con...
COMMENCEMENT TO HAVE NEW FEATURE. SENIOR PICNIC AND PEACE PAGEANT ADDED TO PROGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
COMMENCEMENT TO HAVE NEW FEATURE.
SENIOR PICNIC AND PEACE PAGEANT ADDED TO PROGRAM.
Knrtlicr iimiiini'iiii'iilK for romiiifiice- uii'iii mi' being iniidc, tlio complete pro- gram iii'inu ready for publication nwtf wi'i'it. Tin' I'liiiiniiiii'c is odmpoted of Dr. Loving, Dr. S"• nitit-r, Dr. Anderson, Professor Bendy, Mhw Looks, and Mb* Ki'lUt, who will have the assistance <>f the Senior Presidents, Several unusual and wry Interesting feature* have been added this year, among them being a Senior picnic given by both Collogw. This promises to be ii very enjoyable Ol'l'llMioll. A wititir pageanl la being worked up, the idea of the affair to be a peace gather- ing of nil the nation*, Here Rags ana oolora of every country will furnish an opportunity for a very pretty display. 1 1 is Imped that nil OUUNW will take all Interest In thi* eventi for, with lufflcienl i'o-o|icniliim, it enii be mad* P very beautiful spectacle, The complete program bat nol a* yel been approved ...
THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
Tin' i oiloge generally is Indebted bo those men who so willingly volunteered in do their share In helping to oonstruot a new liiiKi'-iuill ilimnoiiil nil the athletic field, and wl>» rendered valuable aid in repairing the track, This won a very fine display ol spirit and of unselfish service, which will speak for Itself. Those who declined to help may take a lesson I from the faithfulness of those who readil) consented in wive their tune odd labor in , I Ion iiikkI GAUSS.
1913 MAN WINS HIGH HONORS AT COLGATE. IS AWARDED JONES FELLOWSHIP, HIGHEST SCHOLARSHIP HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
1913 MAN WINS HIGH HONORS AT COLGATE.
IS AWARDED JONES FELLOWSHIP, HIGHEST SCHOLARSHIP HONOR.
John Wesley Elliott, Jr., of South Boston, Iuim recently been awarded the Jones i''"iiiiwniiip by the faculty <>f Colgate Theological Bamlnary, ol Gol» gate I'nivi'iviiy Tin' Jones Mowshtp is the highest honor the University uwiu'iIm n student on the basis of scholar- ship, it Carries with it the sum of 1500,00, provided the student continues his studies hi an American university, and stioo.oo if he Btudies abrtstd. The j jpadttW* work must be done under the I supervision of the Faeultj ol Colgate Seminary. | Mr. Elliott, who graduated from Rich-1 Imond Collage In 1913, is well known in ■ iiu'liiniiMii tie wee a member of the Arachnid*) Club while s student here, I lie takes bis degree of I helot- of j divinity from Colgate this year, and, awing in the conditions In Europe at [thin lime, will continue bis studies to America. He will very probably spend! ilie summer In the ...
CONSTITUTION OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. DOCUMENT AS REVISED WILL BE PUBLISHED IN INSTALMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
CONSTITUTION OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
DOCUMENT AS REVISED WILL BE PUBLISHED IN INSTALMENTS.
The Constitution of the Athletic Asso- ciation, us revised and amended, will be published In I'm: Cqilboiak m Instal- ments, the find of which Is given below. We regrel thai lack of space will not permit us to publish the dooumenl In full this week. It is Al follows: ARTICLE I. NAMK. j Section i. This body shall ba known M the KlCIIMONIl ('ill.I.I'm: Atiiu.tii' i Association, j Sei'iiun 2. it,, iil.jei'i shall be to foster .in.i maintain nil indoor and outdoor athletic activities ef Richmond College. AJlTICLfi II. mkmiikkmiiii', Bastion l. All Hiiiilenis :iiiii members of the Vacuity of Richmond College shall be eligible to membership in this Assoc!*- linll.
ARTICLE HI. oi'Tiriiiis. Section 1. The officers of this Associa- tion .shall bei President, Vioe-Presidenti Secretary, ami Treasurer, all of whom, except i iic Treasurer, shall be ohosan from the student body m the annu...