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SPIDERS DEFEAT "THEOLOGS." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916

SPIDERS DEFEAT " THEOLOGS."

Monday afternoon th* Spiders do- lealed the Seminury nine by the de- cisive Hcore of II (6 3. Aiidersiiii, the elongated twtrler for the preachem, wnn found for thirteen bit*, while Cox, .bililT, uml Knight held their Opponent* to seven hits. The wind WW raw mid cold, benumbing lingers, and causing WV*ral *rror* to be chalked up. Tho "Thcologn." showed a lack of know- ledge of the liner points of the game, and nlso showed thnl. they were in need of practice. Our inlield worked like a Wfill- oiled eight-cylinder, and put opsonic of the tnappiMt work ever seen on the home Held. The game was featured by a Slashing three-base drive to right by "Big" Carter, when the bases were densely popillatod.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SOME INTERESTING QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916

SOME INTERESTING QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.

Which hM the largest law school? Harvard, followed by New York and Michigan. Which has the largest medical schisil? New York, followed by Michigan nnd Johns Hopkins. Which has the largest divinity school? Northwestern, followed by Chicago and Yale. Which lins tho largest engineering school? Illinois, followed by Cornell nml Michigan. Which has tho largest non-profcH- Hiomil graduate school? Coluinbin, fol- lowed by Chicago and Harvard. Which has the largest school of edu- oiition? Columbia, followed by Pitts- burgh and New York. Which has the largest school of agri- culture? Cornell, followed by Wiscon- sin and Ohio. Which has tho largest school of com- merce? Now York, followed by Penn- sylvania and Pittsburgh. Which has the largest nchool of jour- nalism? Columbia, followed by Now York and Wisconsin. Which has the largest school of arehilectiire? (IofASJI, followed by Michi- gan and Columbia, Which has tho largest body of under- gradua...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916

DIGGS h 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.

iGoach Dobson ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Equip- ment for Men and Women j Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. Every 'Varsity Twain at Richmond College Is outfitted by A. G. Spalding A Bros., which Arm Coach has been representing for ten years. Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line j in the South. — I Sheet Music. Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp.,; 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only One-Price Piano House In Virginia, i Religious Herald, : RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building:. | OlttiAN Of VIKfIINIA JIiU'TIHTB. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It stands In the old patbs, but doss not stand still. It also walks therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. j Commercial Photograph Co., j 720 E. MAIN STREET...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 April 1916

'The Student Shop. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINGS GOLLEGIATii Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread American Bread & Baking Co. ■■COOP FOR THI EJjS ■ TH£ S. GALESKI OPTIC«t CO. ■ I Main an* - ... *« *■»«, | | et»K» st. JKBSSp*. ***** Strwjj *■■■"■ mss*.""" 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. Shot Repairing: Shop. M. ROSE, flDercbant ttailoc Suits and Pants Made to Order Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. mW. Broad Street, KICHMOMI, VA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," "Emblem," "Dayton," "CrttMirt," *'Ardmorc Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles. Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. POLLARD & BfiGftY, IReal Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

FIRST BIG MEET OF SEASON STAGED TO-MORROW.

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

Vol,. 11.

RIOHMOND COLLEGE \\l> WIWTiI \mpton COLLEGE,

FRIDAY) Al'Kll. 21, 1918,

No. 26

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
BIG MEET TOMORROW WITH WAKE FOREST. CINDER PATH SEASON OPENS IN DUAL AFFAIR WITH TARHEELS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

BIG MEET TOMORROW WITH WAKE FOREST.

CINDER PATH SEASON OPENS IN DUAL AFFAIR WITH TARHEELS.

The Hllll <ml-,|„(,r tinek *sa*On will lie opt I up iiHiiuimw wiih :i wlu/;', whan wo try a luaion* on th* cinder path mnl in the lieid event* wiih th* strong team ilmt Wake Portal is nuinw in wind Imm lo uphold bar eolott in ihe Orel dual ineel ever stAgad hcUM'i'li llu'so Iwo im.t Millions. ,\lllloll«ll several ol mil bcsl ini'ii bay* boon un ihe id IW n nilv, and will not lie able in extend themselves to the utmost, us 'hey would have dona under other nireunurtanoM, th* rMt of the spiked shoe artist* bava bean training haul, Thar* nan b* bul one ratult ihey are going i" übo than la ' ounce of energy to bring home the meal fort] id'dii'dmid Blue." WiiLe I'',,rest «ill lie represented l,v .'in liiithi ~f dandy tnuoh men, fifteen strong, and is coming with tho grim determlna* lion to go l.iiek I,i the old North Slule with a victory. lt'u up In U* to gtv* ilieiu tharoyal glad han...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DR. ECKENRODE'S BOOK BECOMING FAMOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

DR. ECKENRODE'S BOOK BECOMING FAMOUS.

"The Revolution In Virginia," by Dr, J Hamilton .1 Rokenrode, Professor ol History and Economics in Richmond College, has just come limn I he publisher:,. Mr. Kekenrode, a« ul'ellivist of the State Library, had abundaal opportunity to examine sources and acquire original material dealing with the pa»l of toll Commonwealth. While the mbjOel of Mr. I'Vkeiirod, 'l book is by no mean* new, the iiuliioi has thrown Ughi into obscure corners, and give* many of th personal mid peculiar little details wliieh make "The 11,' V, ilitl mil 11. Virginia," de- ligbtful, Mr. i:,i..,'iii'u,ie lias treated hie subjeel faiily, und without 11"' slightest thigO " f prejudice, Ho give* the loy*ll■■'-. or Tories, their due, stating frankly the good as well as the bad "Ido of lieu 0* * I '-,■,■, u.liy mien itlng is Dr, Ecketirode'i tieeount of ihe beginning of the Domo- erotic partj llr la'kei le wn- eduealed al I'ieil- erioluburg College, the University of Viini...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
UNIQUE AFFAIR FOR WESTHAMPTON JUNIORS. FRESHMEN ENTERTAIN THEIR SISTERS ATATTRACTIVE POARTY [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

UNIQUE AFFAIR FOR WESTHAMPTON JUNIORS.

FRESHMEN ENTERTAIN THEIR SISTERS ATATTRACTIVE POARTY

-' Th« ill wind of Friday \u\ irraly bleu sound,inly timid, fur, in spite trf 1 1" breezes, the i lims nl '17 wus ,|r|iidilliill\ euleiliiined 111 tlir opal) IV I In ,1 I , clns.s. Tlic Junior* laid Mid* ili<'ii' assumed dignity, mid, donning eottume* of wee I | i**, went nut 1,,r un nl'li'i'iHiiiM nf fun mnl friili,'. ai i :;;n .mlii, I,»In- party was conducted across th* rumpus iv one of kha natural theatre* found mi tin' ground*, Then tlir eompanj wa* surprised bj il" ftp- lii'iii'iiiu'r of their friends from the Weekly funny paper*, Mull und Jeff acted ru n, i tor* of th* ceremonies, one of their dutiea Limit! 1,, HiiiiHiiii,',' tho plaj 11 Introductions, however, wart unnecessary, ■inee th* audience recognised al once their familiar In,ml- The ECatsenjaminef kids played another joke mi thru unsuspecting parent*, bul liiiulU received their inevitable punish- iiient. After i...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
IMPORTANT MEASURE TO BE DECIDED. COLLEGIAN STAFF TO BE ELECTED WITH STUDENT OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

IMPORTANT MEASURE TO BE DECIDED.

COLLEGIAN STAFF TO BE ELECTED WITH STUDENT OFFICERS.

The eleetioo of Tim. (' ;i,ii\ i ill il In he held ill eiinnei'tniu with till' i Student Council election al the prescribed d.iie in May Sxed by tho constitution of the Council. Ai this mooting a number ~f iiiipuiiani matters, will he brought before the student body, some <>f which me beiun much discussed at |H'e -elil Tl \aet date, etc, will be given In due lime. A resolution I* to be drafted and pre- sented to the studenl body for then approval, which will be s prop,, ,d aim iiduii'iii to the constitution of the Studenl Council In regard to the opera* linn of 1 in < '"i i i.'.i.\n. The sub of the miieiiduielil will propose thai Tlir ('.ni.i:,,mn be made tiie official organ !of the Studenl Council, end Umi the subscription pin. leu ronuliii'fee, payable ai entrance, al the office of hoi ni ii,, College, 01 i" the 1 res luret of the Council, Thi* Will provide isiilh, i. ul revo...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DEBATERS WILL CLASH NEXT MONDAY. TEAM GOES TO RALEIGH ONE MEETS WAKE FOREST HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

DEBATERS WILL CLASH NEXT MONDAY.

TEAM GOES TO RALEIGH ONE MEETS WAKE FOREST HERE.

(in Monday nighl two debasing team* will lie lighting tor th* laurel* tor the " lied und Mine." One team, eninpnsed of \\. 1,. Davis mid I. \Y. Miller, will debate ihe Wake I m, -i orator* m the llaJaigh Armleiuv ~l Mil 1,, while llristim mid (ielhiinn will in,el Wake fnn | In the auditorium here. This debate is one for which long preparation has been liiilde. mid will lie estreliiely interest ■■ inf. The subject for discussion Is, " Rtoohx A, Thai the I lilted Stales shniild SUI its iiierehiini marine engaged In foreign Had," It is .1 question of great Import* nine and mie of much interest, Bristow and Celluiiui will uphold the nllirioal ,\e hi ie, while Davi* and Miller will battle fur ihe negative ie R delgh, The lemn from Wake koiesi i> one of considerable note having been engaged successfully iv s number of oontwta nf i thin kind, while our men are reroiiiii/ed fur their debating ab...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
QUARTET SINGS TO LARGE AUDIENCES. CONCERTS AT HOME AND AT BOWLING GREEN VERY SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

QUARTET SINGS TO LARGE AUDIENCES.

CONCERTS AT HOME AND AT BOWLING GREEN VERY SUCCESSFUL.

The College quarto) wound up the ** on leal week before two large and appreciative audience*, The annual con- cert here at th, t'ollru i Thursday nlghl »Mis irerj esaful, and was largely attended by the students, as wt II ih, if friend* ( the city and elsewhere, The program consisted of ilxteen nuni- bei-, which included n number of solos and readings, which wore much enjoyed, A most attractive feature of the program W*i the ■ plendid mbl il ance rendered by v, Allen ,|. Saville, of Richmond, who i- ,i plain .1 ol much note. The ipiarlcl 11 indebted to her for much valuable aid in preparing the program, end net oocom- | imiiiinents were a work of much int. The ipiaiiei tang her arrangement ol mv le to " Mown iii V irginia," while she !. apd the number was much appre- ciated. (Iv Friday the qUartel gllV* a n, Hal in the town hall at Kowliliß (ll'een, Y.i., to i packed house, Tl ntorta...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SPIDERS WIN FIRST BATTLE FROM INDIANS. COX HOLDS VISITORS TO TWO HITS, AND WINS GAME 9 TO 2. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

SPIDERS WIN FIRST BATTLE FROM INDIANS.

COX HOLDS VISITORS TO TWO HITS, AND WINS GAME 9 TO 2.

Tim championship series ~f the Eastern Intercollegiate League was opened locally at Broad-Street Park \\ <■,! ih-,l;i y, April 12th, mid the Spiders miiiexed a log on the gonfalon by Inflicting an awful drub* bing upon Ihe William attd Mary Indians. \i the ending of ihe Bnl half of the ninth frame Ihe Spiders were vietnrs by a icon ni v 1,, .:, tying tin tn with linn- dolph-Mili'on for lir.-l pi* I ihe UagUO (standing, the latter having defeated IlilinpdeieSidiiey. Th* game was featured by three 1 1, in- first, ilu- exceptionally fine base- running of the victor*, Crcwsley aocoms pushed a feat seldom duplicated in collegiate circle*-—vJ*., scoring from second on un Infield nut. Pitt's bate" running was also gnat, Another out» standing feature was the wonderful pitch- ing of COX, who le! down his opponents wiih two hits in nine innings, Thirdly, the whole le.im hi I like league...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

Contributions to The Collegian are niwiiy | gladly reeon eil, bul Ihe editor would request that materia) sent in would be written Ml only one side of the paper, and written carefully and legibly, so thai it may be sent to th* printer* without being copied.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

WESTHAMPTON NOTES.

Mi.-s Esther Jenkins spenl tho week* end iii Riohmond, Miss i.ois Rogers veiled m Bowling Qrera the last m the week, Ml ■ Elisabeth Tompkin* spent Friday inighl with Miss Virginia Truitt, Miss Susie Blair was the week-end gUCSI of relatives on Park avenue. Mi Maxgarel Semmes wo* the gut I of Miss Heater Tit'licnor on Friday nlghti Mi I* < Satoline Robert* we* th* gueet of Miss Helen Hancock for the week-end. Mis* Eleanor FiUnonb, from New VTork, visited Miss Mary Clay last Mon- day, Miss France* Classed spent the week- end with Miss Lily Trevette on Park Miss Katharine Anderson spent. Sun- day nigh! as the guesl of Miss Marian | Sloiieinnii. Misses Dorothy Gary and Mary Lett wen ii. it* ni Miss Elisabeth Brooken- bitntgh for dinner Sunday. Miss Florence Boston, who was operated ~n La appendicitis al St. Luke's Hospital las! week, is Improving mpidly, and I* expected back at College In several days.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
HOW'S THIS FOR COMMENCEMENT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

HOW'S THIS FOR COMMENCEMENT?

A number of plan* have been recently proposed fof the purpose of keeping the en il inajniil i ol men iv CoHoJO until after tho Commencement exeroute* in June, Ainiil)|! the plans suggested comes the idea of un athletic program tor one of ihe Commencement days. It iH pro-1 posed that one al'leriiooii be given over to athletic feats, and to game* on the lake and elsewhere. An allilclie in,el on the hike, itilli swimmiiiK d* hi . distance evonts, diving feats, etc., would pmve a very unique and interesting iill'air, Miiil nne well worth staying a day Or SO biter In see. Awards could be offered for the winner* in these events, mnl (he iilcn could lie earned over next \ ear. until il eeuies lo be n regular eilslom ami an established practice Again, il is proposed llinl I lie eight J fraternities In College divide themselves IntO tWO grOUp* nf four, and each (ll'olip entertain I he othei group on two night* of the Commencement, The proposi* iion is thai ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DORMITORIES NAMED AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

DORMITORIES NAMED AT LAST.

Those Who have seen Ihe new Uiehmmid College catalogue have no doubt noticed, amOltg oilier news of interest, the fact thai the ikiimitories have at last been given re*! names, 'ami beiieeforlli the worn-ulit numerals will not be applied. The buitdlngSWhicfa has labored under the appellation of Dormitory 1. will now be Jeter Hull, while Dormitory 11, will be known BJ Thomas Hull. This move has lons been needed, and we are glad thai we may imw live in * houit, and 00l In * stall ur trench.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DEAN KELLER ATTENDS EDUCATIONAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

DEAN KELLER ATTENDS EDUCATIONAL MEETING.

Miss Keller attended a meeting of the Southern Association of Oollege Women, in Montgomery, Alabama, ta*l week she gave a iiinsi interesting account of her trip in chapel Monday iiiornill|{. It aootni ilmi on* of the mosl important übjeoU considered at the Conforeneo \Mi I the olio which is ol deep ml,'lest to coliegoi in i tral al the present ti j "Kntrance llequiretnente." Smith, W'elh'-ley, Va-sar, and Holy,ike now hnve i ii scheme worked out, which thoy oxpeci lo liv next year. The plan is lust, to ■ iieeepl m, eeititieates, and, BBCOIId, tO broaden the rang* of the "old line oxamb . Datio&S," The plan is a decided de- piiriiiie from custom, mid its operation wdl be watched with much Interest. _

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CURRENT EVENTS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

CURRENT EVENTS CLUB.

The special feature* on the program for ihe Current Event* club on last Thurs- day afternoon wore the following papers! "The Aviation School of Newport New," by Miss Miuy Weaver; '"the Situation in Mexico," by Miss t'l'iin,', Wood* and "The President* Tour," by Miss ludroj I'olonn.'i. The meeting was held on the ohapel stops, ami nil member* answered to the roll-call wiih a ourreni event, d'he innnii'.'.ine report lor the month was made by Miss Virginia Truitl. '

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CAPTAIN LIGGAN HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

CAPTAIN LIGGAN HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY.

I Captain LiKKitn colobrated bis twenty* ; lirst birthday laal Monday evening at j hi* home. No 711*, N. Twenty-Fourth , street, Richmond, wiih a very enjoyable , infnnniil party, tb which 11 number of I bis friends from College, as well al friends ~l the family, were invited. About lilt.V people were there to g|VO hun their best wishes. Ulle of the I'l'ill lll'rs of tllO evening was Ihe present nl ion uf 11 Hue Kohl watch from Captain Uggan's father, Kcfreslinients, consist inn of ice-cream, cuke, puui'li, mints, fruits, mid other tasteful thing*, were served, und those present reported an altogether pleasant evening, Among those present were Mr, and Mrs. F, M. Dobson, Misses lloiilu Evans, Kilty Lewis, Mildred Lewis, Kallilc n Bland, and Pried* Diet*, and Messrs. c «'. Boyd, b. M. Poff, P, <:. Perdue, Cordon Shepherd, E, B, Hasolgrove, I. S. Owens, Herbert Ikihlke, Kussell Ibirdwiek, N. T. Crossley, L, B, Tyson, Deri Robin*, Dave Salteil...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
JOHN JOHNSON VERY ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916

JOHN JOHNSON VERY ILL.

John Johnson, Hie ever-faithful head janitor, is now very seriously ill, mid bis Condition I* Hie cause of much uiniisiness. He is now more than eighty years of |*j*j, and bis illness was brought on by com* plications of age and general weakness. A greater pari of luh life ha* been spent in the service of Richmond College, und he has .ceil mnie limn nne general ion of men enter bete and pass out. lie has hieii removed from College (, > the home of some ~f his relatives, where |,i is being given nil necessary care and attention. II is to be hoped lhal his illness will be of slmrt duration, for he bus always been diligent, eoiiiteiiiis, and efficient, a very picturesque figure, and one thai would lie sadly missed.

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