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WESTHAMPTON NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
Miss Mary Clay was the guest of Miss Heisy Camp Sunday nifcht. \li - \,i,h. v Colonna visited in lin'h- liion.l during the week-end. Miss May Kilmonds ipenl the week- end in Richmond with friends. Miss Kranecs Classed was the week end g It of Miss Klcanor McCarthy. Miss Klizahclh Magill, of Hiclmiond, Visited Miss Janet U'yatt at Westhamp- lim .Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ilultie (I. Sellers, a member of tho S.ipl lore Class at Kichmond College in UilH-'H, is now at Westliaiiipion, having entered the Junior class. We are sorry to report the illness of Mi>« Florence Boston, last year's Asso- ciate [Editor of Tfl* Coluhhan, sin- was hurried to the hospital SatuiJa\ morning, where she ii.iderwont 11.11 opera- tion for appendicitis. An enjoyable meeting' of the English Club Wits held ill the MIsSCS Deckers' from Lady Qtegory'a Irish Legends were read by Misses Mary Porter and hois Rogers, And dainty refreshment* were erved at tho otid of the evening.
OUR BILLS MUST BE PAID. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
OUR BILLS MUST BE PAID.
NOW, 01 the year is almost over, and tha book* BW soon to I"' closed, wo feel thnl the lime litis arrived for an appeal lo I hose who are in deb! to Tub Cot> i.komn to liquidate Ihis debt as soon as possible, and (hereby facilitate matters in n great extent. Il is obvious that a paper of thi* kind aannol be run without funds, and also obvious that ihe number of advertisements is not sufficient to pay nil the bills, Hence il. is left, lo the subscribers, and, as the money must be bad, il is up to you. A large number of men have subscribed, bul have not, paid their dollar and a quarter -they have, however, received (lie paper every week. Kurilicr, a large number of men have noi subscribed al, all -Ihey, too, have re- COived th* paper every IVSOk. What's Ihe answer? There seems to lie a slight, discrepancy in thi Stale of Denmark. VVe have given the bail paper We could, mid have gnne ahead with the proposi- tion, relying for support on the subscribers a...
IT'S UP TO YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
IT'S UP TO YOU.
The opening of the bnsc-hali B*B*oll this year has witnessed * lack "1 what We have long ler I the "old pep.," Wld lack being very deploiuble. We Hlurted the year oil SO brilliantly, and have con- tinued mi well up to this time, that It It * pity tO see Ihe old lire and th* old spirit die, Left gel OUI OH the field "gain behind the team, an in the days of yoro-- take oil our eolliUH and coals, and gel red in the face, and perspire, ami get hoar**, as W* used to do, College is noon to close for another year, and, when the roll is culled again there will be a number of vacant places and empty ehuil'S. Hence, in these tall f*W weeks, let'ngi'l together, for I great many of U* will never have the opportunity again, Let's have a lit lie learn work off Ihe held lis well as on the field. We have all learned, long ago, where our duty lies, uml thai pnri of the proposition need* not b* emphasised, (I hM been long *I&M decided, to the mil inflict ton of all of «»i th...
DO MANUAL LABOR FOR STADIUM [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
DO MANUAL LABOR FOR STADIUM
Th* followi&g article, from one of the dailies ni the city, will ghoW t" what extent real earncntnens limy sometimes gn to SMUT* what in neeennary or de- sirable: "About 1,800 HludcntH of Tuliinc Uni- versity and Xewcomli College, a girls' school, and the faculties, were working at vurioiiH jobs mid doing imuniiul 'nlunts' iiboiit tl Ity yesterday to raise fun.is for n new Stadium nt Tulnne. Sludetits worked in Hlorcn, wholesale houses, mills, fticlorien, and as waiters, cooks, rhiuif- fourn, dock hand*, teamsters, laborer*, and advertising solloitdrs and reporters. "A Newcomb girln' Hiring band look the place of an orchestra in v popular cafe; other girl HludcntH made bi'dn ill homes, darned Stocking*, did sham- pooing, manicuring, and performed other tasks. Itoyn worked *S liaiiiem, organ grinders, brick-makers, and stump digger*, Many alumni gave a dayV salary to tho fund."
NEW HURDLES FOR NEW TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
NEW HURDLES FOR NEW TRACK.
A very Valuable addition has been recently made (0 the athletic equipment Of the College. Korty new hurdles have just hoeti unloaded, and have been in full operation, on the new track. These hurdles are of the latest pattern, and are of the Htandaid form in every pnrliciilar. They were much needed, and will be used to much good advantage in ihe coming meets In be held here. The, track, it is stated, will bo ready for active work in about a week. Tho straight-away has been eoinplelcd except for tho rolling, which is being carried mi Steadily, The track will nut, lie (lie .-nine Width nil the way around, it being neces- sary to narrow it down considerably on the cast side. Even with thin, how- over, il promises to be one of Ihe best in the country, and will be in readiness, for (he big meet with Wake Koiest on the '22d.
A Dahtmoiitii Sophomore left college a couple of week* ago to make n try at the big leagues, lie joined the (liantn on their spr...
HIP-POCKET ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
DkQRBSJS, Degrees arc rcnr-etul uppemhigen to our names, which we luck on ufler four or more yours of hard hiiininering. Hav- ing finishsd the high school course, ye gmduats at oooimenoemanl spout* forth gas ami niiise to the lune of "Over I lie Alps Lie* Italy," nomelhing similar to a muily-opened Imllle of exlru-dry chum- pagnc. Th*n b* Utter* college, well Inflated, feeling that, he bun a clear title to the earth and a mortgage on the world to eomn. Punctured by it puddle, he collapses, lint by hi.-i Senior year yuu can see no effect* of said puncture. He- gained in the former compliicciicy, uml on Senior Clans duy he is handed nil im- portant-looking scroll, purporting that all men should know by these presents that toil atom is it It. A. Hull Artist, In one year more in college be may add another set of posterior initials, an M, A.--Mexican Athlete, Then h" is well prepared to give mi exhaust ive lecture to ihe w. c. T. U, (Women's Continuous Talking Uni...
WEDNESDAY CLUB CONCERTS SOON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
WEDNESDAY CLUB CONCERTS SOON.
Music lovers in Richmond Cottage, H elsewhere, have much in store for them when the Wednesday Club gives its an- nual concerts on May Bth, Uth, and KHb, This organisation has a splendidly-trained chorus of several hundred iiieinber.s, and, in nddiiinn, brings to the city a number of the world's greatest artists fi'oin I ml h the operatic nml concert fields. This year is no exception, and the list is tmiru attractive, if possible, than ever before. Several of the singers have appeared for the Metropolitan o|»cni Company in New York during Ihe past season, and nil of them have scored pmnnuiiroil triumphs.
QUARTET GIVES SUCCESSFUL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
QUARTET GIVES SUCCESSFUL CONCERT.
The Richmond College Quartet, as announced in itur Inst issue, gave an en- li'il'iiiiiiieiit mi Inst r'ridny evening;, in W overly, Vu,, to a fair audience. \ pro- gram nome two hours, in length was ren- dered, before ait audience that noi'incd very appreciative, and the concert was Hpokcn of highly by thorn' present. The members of the quart*! spoke very highly of tho hospitality ami tins kindness shown them while there, and arc high in Ibeir [mimes of Ihe people of the good town of Wnverly. Tho ipjiirtot leaves to-night for Howling (Ircnn, where they will givo a concert, The concert in tho College auditorium last night will be spoken of nt.-xl week, Tun Coi.u-iiian going to press before detail* could he obtained.
A STORY OF A MASTERPIECE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
A STORY OF A MASTERPIECE.
Mouldering away on the wall* of the old mansion in Milan, Italy, liiiiikh the famous "l.imt Supper" of Leonardo da Vinci. Like every iimNlerpieee, the painting required many year* of patient tabor, and, a • a result of lliul labor, it hi perfeol In ft* paturalnaw of wtpraselon uml sublime in It* story of love. In addition to those qualities, it him mi iiiciili-nt 111 It* history that nojrtributw not v little toward making it the ureal teacher that it Is, It 1| aitid Ihnt the iirtiMt, in painting tho faces, of the aPOBtIW, Studied the countenance* of good men he knew, When, however, he *M* ready lii paint the face of JstUS in I he piclure, he DOUld final none (hut would satisfy his cuii- ecplioii, the face tlml would serve an a modal for the face of Christ iiiuhl be dignified in its simplicity iiikl majestic in its sweetness. After several /saw of careful search. the painter happened tU iiiecl one I'lclro Itundinelli, n choir boy of exquisite voice, be...
ANOTHER SPIDER LEAVES FOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
ANOTHER SPIDER LEAVES FOLD.
Tho following clipping gives further evidence that the old "pop." will never die, even in the Law School. This good brother was faithful while be was will) us, hul, now that he is beyond the pale, we extend him sympathy and congratula- tion* I "Mr. and Mrs. William 11. Wyatt, Jr., of Monument avenue, have tumounieif the engagement of their daughter, Orace, in l 'buries Wiiiiinck Crowder, Jr., of this city. The wedding will take place curly ill May,"
WHERE THEY FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
WHERE THEY FAILED.
Napoleon novur voted llie prohibition ticket Oliver Cromwell never rode in an auto- mobile. Jeanne d'Arc never rode on the rear neat Of a motorcycle, I leopatra never wore a imiim suit. Julius fVesgr could play anything but pinochle. The Queen of Bheba never hud to stand up in a street car. Nero never tried to blow out the gun,— Kxrhimyc.
Kihht Mother: "Mm. Clancy, yer child is badly spoiled." Second Mother: "Hawaii will yes." l-'irnt Mother: "Well, if you don't belieV* it, come and nee what the nteam roller did to it." —Lampoon.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
Tho Richmond College and Westhauipton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room A-13, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL HOARD. J. A. I.KSUK, Js.. - - Kuitoiwn-C'hikf EBTBLP KKMI'KIt, iamhtant iiavi: sATir;i(iii:i.ti, ~,,„,„,„,.,„.,,,„„ 11. M.HUTIIKHI.ANI), > I'.uiroiw-iN-tiintr BUBIR HI.AIIt, 1 KVAN I'IIKH'I'I'IIIMAN, A»»i)OiAT» l'aiirmw ISAAC DIUQB, J MANAGEMENT. v. w. fOAI. - - Beams** m*»*o«« KI.KANOH COI'KNIIAVRH,) i', U. I'EllDtJg, I A , ~.,- M„„ B 14, W. M 11.1.1411, A *"l-' UUB.MOMB 11. 0. WYATT, J All buatnana mutton nhoiild be iddratHd to the Uu«ln*»» Manager. All other inaltermhould come to ilm Killtnr-ln-Chlet. . . Wo nhall l»o tilesined to handle any •ludenti' commuulcatlona with due conalileratlon. All un- algned correauondence will not ho publlabed. Dnbsrwj ss isoond olsss matter Nevsssber 8, 1915,ni the, I'osl illlUvnl Iti.'lim lOollsgS. Yd., under thi Act of (JMUJTBSS «f Mnri-h tl. 1819. FRIDAY, A...
COLLEGE QUIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
._ IV. Melealf tin Knglinh V.): •"I'akc verse 11 and 78." M !,. Combs: "H thai iiu'bi-iM', Duel or.'" Jack cii'iiienis (writing letter on b*«*» ball trip look- up to Chrin): "Say, Chris, where did you nuy WB plnv In- niorinw''" Chris: "Carolina a. ,\ M .luck (continuing to write): "W* play two games against Carolina to-morrow, afternoon uml moralngi" Scene; ('. C, Thoma*, sitting in bis room, feel on table, etc, • tvhock at the dow, ThonMMI "Aw, go on. I'm busy." Ani.llii'r knock. Silence. Another knock, ThomiM! "Aw, Ret away from there, you blgstlftl" The door opens softly, and Dr, lti.ui- wrieht cntors, —o — Dr. Anderson recently gave a lest in a ;i pertain subject, ami one qUWtlon asked: "if ihe Premier and nil the Cabinet Should die, who would olliciule." n certain wit wrote, simply: "The undertaker,"
LESSON IN COMPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
LESSON IN COMPOSITION.
In order, to enlarge the children's vocabulary, a school teacher was In the huliil of giving them u certain word and asking them to form a Sentence in which that WOld OOOUITBd. One day hIic nave i the alass the word "notwithstanding." A bright-faced yumiKHlor held up liin liantl. "Well, what is your sentence?" imked the teacher. "Father won? his trousers out, but notwithstanding!" —New I'wA ffstnenfi Jmirnnl.
KRAZY KRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
Bvecscimo. York OoUOty fanner (bunting mlii ilm' village inn): " Wlnst d'y think, Silim? 'rim booeaof k preMitorlu man baVe been found mi .inn v hiii'M farm I" l'nilkivpiT: "fiii'ut Kiwhl I. hope BOM jim'U be able to olear hlatall at the two- iiw'h ini|ili'Ht." I'ehU Stale h'lnlh. ii V Siiaiik or Mkaninii. I>'irnt Lord; "Thny miy Iho tIUCheM ii jiMt wrapped up in bor elothea." Second Lordi "My eyn, lirl I mtial be Hi'lliliK blind'" Williams PUTflt CoY, jg I Wii.vr Dm Btta Mean? Minn Modern; "Do yon nippow Hint one could oatoh disease from kiam?" Mrs Wiso. "Well, I OftUghl it hiiiilmml." Stanford ('hntxitral. —o — NATIIHAI.I.Y. Boarding-home Mtatreee: "Whsl purl nf iiir ohlokon do you iriiM" Kivkliikuii: "Some oi the ini'iil, please." /', i, a tyltania I'ttnch Howl. ii I mv only one, Hut Ht ill I ii iii one. II ■■. 111 ■i >i iln everything, Hut nt ill l I'iui iln Hiitucthinn; And, beonuM I Savnnol do everything, I will ivfii-i in do the eouvethlng i ran do. ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of tho " Collegian " is Interested in making Richmond College a stronger and better College. Much of this great task belongs to Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni, but a large pa it properly fulls to the students of this session. The public does not yet roulize 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 eniuying the benefit of a scholarship. Let your acquaintances know what 11. 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 desire to extend it;, benefits but wish, at tho 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...