Elephind.com contains 127,038 items from Richmond Collegian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
SOUTHERN GALLANTS, HIST A MOMENT! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
SOUTHERN GALLANTS, HIST A MOMENT!
•slen, you ohiVBArOUB Southern Ken- an. (Suppose some man should speak uncivilly In your mother or slater or, pt t'baps, CUreC her what would you do I ,' Would win twiddle yniir llnniilis and be unmoved Would you respect the fel- low? Hardly, firstly, you'd hunt him up, give him ii Itraight left to the jaw, then, Standing over him, you'd call liiui some names seldom seen in I he "Willi's Who" or even m the lowest tube's Reneii- logy, You admit thut, Of course. You admit that a man who Speaks disre- spect fully to a lady yes, even to n woman, nnp woman Is hardly a gentle* The telephone In Dnrmitory 2, Biohs num.l College, is on the sumo line with the Weslliniuplon College 'phone. The Richmond College boys pay a* much, and HO more, for their 'phone us the ;,n!- across the lake Well, two 01 three times, perhaps inure, a nirl has been talking ovor the'phono, A "gentlomfin" of Richmond College has then asked her, in Irt'sulil'iilly-pbriised sentenc...
STUDENT GOVERNMENT WILL PUT BAN ON PREP. SCHOOL STUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
STUDENT GOVERNMENT WILL PUT BAN ON PREP. SCHOOL STUFF.
MIS, it ■ ri'lii | ■ QUM boliavos i» c ci'i'iiiiii form of "lumng," Pbr instance, ul the Unlyei I ! Mia pang ,il | tbt annual BophomolO-fVI urin i Bill llicy me two weltoi: i/ci| bands who do the Borapplng. The plans of battle arc ilr.'iul) up ai Cflrtfullj 0 the Kaiser's. They moot in n "flag nwli," lliov Bghl hour* sometimw, until one Hide wins. Then witness the death of "hftling" until next year. XTlie form of "htusing," if "baaing" la the word, is all radii, But 11 few night* ago » valiant band of paddlo-bearera erepl forth to frighten from bin ret real Ihe hated "lint." Said 1 Kai " eiiptincd, they proceeded to mock "'•■■rlil'ui/i and tho Sioux in a "run the dent " ! 'nii. One. gating at It, was poiy to \
reminded of days loilß li|io, whon be was a prep, aohool groenhorn, It look him book to Ihe lime when he Used to trample , down ant-hills when lie delighted IB pulling the em's tall, a Colgate man, or a Imversi...
PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
Progress may he dsflnad v putting into printne the spirit of co-operation. There oan bo no genuine progress in the many forms of oollege activity without the spirit of co-operation. This is n self-evident, fact, Hut, mi Ihe other hand, progress dues nut necessarily follow from the possession of tbo spirit of no-operation, This spirit must be pot into practice.
There are three specific activities of our College to which this article has reference. V'il'Ht, the College monthly, Since this paper has been started two or three departments have been removed from Tht I/, I'm/"', our College literary maga- zine. This was n wise actiim, in order (bat the monthly might- be devoted entirely In literary work.
Now, whether we are too optimistic about ilie StUdonl body or not, be tliul 08 il may, we believe that tbo student body bus the, spirit of co-operation; but we are not making the progress we should make willi our monthly, because we are mil putting our spirit, in...
ANNUAL WILL BE A RECORDBREAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
ANNUAL WILL BE A RECORD- BREAKER.
Tbo editor of tha Annual, J. J, Wicker, Jr., is deporting from the old custom — or rut, if you please—of Annual make-up. Ho is thinking, talking, and dreaming Annual, He is offering prises for good piotttlM typifying student life—no ho will bavo soma clussy photo*. He will eng&gS the best amateur caricaturist ho can find, to lend sin lies to the pages. But his big Stunt is giving individual pictures to the members of the Junior mid Sopho- more classes. Why ha* not this been dune before? "Johnny" is the first, ono to get the big idea. The fact is lie is effer- vescing ideas. Hih Annual will bo re- volutionary. It will be progrniuiive. It will be in harmony with the College Spirit. U will be the concentrated solu- tion nf Richmond College student life.
FOOT-BALL TEAM TO RECEIVE TOKENS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
FOOT-BALL TEAM TO RECEIVE TOKENS.
At a recent meeting the Athletic Council of Richmond College voted to give each member of tbo 11)14 foot-ball team ft token of appreciation for his work in that Bport. The new toon on Ihe beam are lo receive sweaters, bearing the 'Varsity letter, and tbo old men, who got sweaters last year, will get, little gold font-hulls for tbo watch-fob. These
little emblem* uro very beautiful and appropriate, They will be given at the Alumni banquet, which, it Ice been I'umm'i"!, will take place in February. On 0M side of the, foot.-ludl is n red and blue ennmelod "H" and the date; on the oilier, the player's name and posi- tion.
Y. M. C. A. WANTS CROWD AT GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
Y. M. C. A. WANTS CROWD AT GAME.
There will bo no regular meeting of the Y. M.C. A. Thu/sday evening, on account of the Richmond CoUega-V, P, I. basket- ball game. The Y. M. C, A. stands ready, at all times, to do what it can for College athletics, and, feeling that some- thing was needed to create greater interest in basket-bill at Richmond <College, the Cabinet oil. i decided to do away with a 10 gam . ,
Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
Y. M. C. A.
!n spite of tbo false alarm for tbo " Hat" Banquet) Riven OUI in the refectory Thursday night) of last week, over forty loyal Y. M, Qi A, men were out in boar tbn tlospel Team men report And it, was worth liearinp;. These men assured us that their reward for going on these trips was far greater than their saorlfioa, They told no of their splendid reception, and how they were utile to help the miv nuinities into which they went, In fact, their whole report Orgs of such a nature that they have inspired others of us to want to go on such a team when Wt can net Ihe chance, Messrs. Owen, Davis, and (iiirducr nave the report*.
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY.
w. L Dtvii supplied, tor Hoy. W. W. Bdwwdii u( Aiilioch, Niihmux county. A, J (iooiliimn preached :il lic.'iclMvilli), Sums CoutthouMi v». C. C. ThtUftM Niipplied for A. ,1. Cloocl- iniui, in Huckinnhiiin county. H. W. Connelly niipplied at Dendron, in the morning, and at Surry Courl- hoimo in the svtalng, 8. C. Owon preached nt hull) mornitiK and cvcninn w'l'vici'H at Crown, Va. W. H. Urannock BUM bJI appointment, nt Ridgt Church. S. 8. Mill pwaehed at !,t\v>vcl Hill, Allieumrle county. It. li. Hiiunuiii Hupplied in King William county. E. J. Wright preached at hoth aorvicen at New Brtdgs. ('. (). JoluiNon conducted sorvievH nt the City Home clm|K)l in the afternoon.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN I The Richmond College and Westhsmpton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Subscription, $1.00 P«r Year, In Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office! RoomD-4, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL HOARD. J. A. CAUTIOH, - - • KniTun-iN-t'iurr. 1 , IH.lt I.KMl'lvlt, 1 W, 10. IiIIUIIAM, Ahkiic'iati' Minions .1 11. V.H.KY, AHSIWAIft davio sA'rrioiiKiioi.ii.) MANAOKMKNT. IIOI'.KU MlU.inisKU, - Busihsss Manaoss UAJtOARBT JAMBS,] 0 •' BOYD, A(IH , T 11,,«. Manaokiih. 1 W. Ills IS, I It. 1„ liUltltllNS, I All bullnlH mittiri Hliould bt mldrt-saed to llic BuiTdcii Maiuuiir. All oilier nmtter« should come to tho Edltor-tn-Chlol. We sliiill bo pli'imed to Imndlo nay ftCtJttttl' coiiinunncniiiins with duo coimidrralion. At unsigned correspondence will not bo nublinlmd. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1015.
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
at Churcbland, Vn, lto account of ill health, she will not return this session The Maryland Club held a stag "feed" at the Savoy, Saturday night ThoM present were llmnnock, Cobiirn, lane, Demi, I'licelham, Allen, Smith, Dewling, HaiiMiin, lfagliy, and Phillips (Union T'beologicnl Seminary;. 11. Siicail; Treasurer, EC, V. Noblm Hiclimond College will debate against Randolph Macon on the 20 th of feliruary, and Wake I'orcsl, in a double delmie, ~v April td. TheiH'M I.itn-Soeicl v Debate Will be held March nib. I'lli' subjects of the deludes mill the niiini- •ol Ihe debaters will bo tinuoutieed later. At a meeting of the Junior L#w (lass, held in the .luiiior room, the following offlosn were elected! W, J, Bands was elected in lill the President's chair; Have Satlerlield, \'ice-l're Milcnl; Ml W. \ Shell Si'riil.oy mill Trcasiiiei ; Mr The li Kappa Alphas, ihe Kappa Alphas, and I lie Sigma Phi Kp.olons had their big "goalings" Saturday night, the 10th. A number of I'r...
DEAN METCALF READS "HONOR ROLL." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
DEAN METCALF READS "HONOR ROLL."
The students hi' the College were pleased to gel art "Honor I toll" for tin- Fall Term from Dean Meteatt hi a recent nhapol servicfc, It I* hoped Hint these lists of top linicliera" will lie given n nfter. Ik'lo'.v me till ttamlM of the lucky Hiui, an b!i i lead In old i work: atUduil - ill ''I ■ I I -i1i.0,., lax I " H.'iniil- ton, i i .".!'- idi Bpto Btttdk I bjavlng i i - big four "J M L, liroiUli'iti, Welti i:■ ■•■. I» ' '■■' ■ \\ 1.. Davis, K. N Qardai sod D, ' Sutton. Students tevtag/w* els* i mak- j inn lUrei " A's" mill one " It .MillhiHor, nn.l V, 0. Tucker. There worn forty-cigl.f students m trig "IJ," urnl better.
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT.
Dr. ffarrls; "Mr Qarber, what's the I r I thai t'oeek 1-erb?" (iarbcr: "Why cr " iii I larrlsi 'it's' *>■"*" (pronounced "bell"! Ciirbcr (flushing up,: "I know It, Dr. Harris,'' Bishop wenl to town lo gel some euire- spoiuleiiee curds with In., initial " It" upon l|;i in lie eoiddn'i lind any with "II," ■~, In- cboM tli.et' With that letter which looks must like "H" a "I." He's very proud qf bis curds. Mike llulelilli.-on "Have .Mm ever hud Economics?' "Hai" Brittle! "Nu, imi (proudly) I've had chicken-pox." —(,_ WE ALL WANT l'eriiuineiit pence not an armistice. . World sanity nol International riots. Future prosperity not rational bank- ruptcy, Civilisation not, savagery. Souls uol soldiers, Ilraiim - nol battleships, From "A/iii'irc a Militiiri.vii," by Stwli nls of Columbia Ihiiiwrmh/, \\e he,r,,i earthquakes In Japan, In Texas, Home, ami Himnah I. wonder why some clever tiiau Does not make terra Jimm! Snehottgti
Millhrscr (OH street-...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
°ue BALMACAANS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE WATER-PROOF. Many Styles and Shades to select from. Prices from $5.00 up. We also carry the best line of Raincoats in the city, from $3.75 up. See us before going elsewhere. Goodyear Raincoat Co., 221 E. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. FULTON BRICK WORKS, MANUFACTURERS OF AND BUILDING CONTRACTORS. UUK spkcialtirs Sand Pace Kc-I'rcused ilrick, Colonial Brick, Red Stretchers, Fire Brick, 'iin/i-,1 It ■,I.l'n. Hire Clay, Term Cottn Partitions, Paving Itrick, Sower Hrlck, Lime, Cement, Sand, Sewer and Drain Pipe, Terra Cotta flue Lining. The only Brick I'l.ntt In the South equipped to furnish any quantity of common Building Brick on short notice. VV.\I. JT„ i" (uuisii, I'i'oprUMol'. l-H'l'tlil.OOii Ii IHOO. R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., IMPORTEDM ANI> OHAI.ERS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Curers of "Virginia Peanut" Hams and Bacon. 814, 816, and 818 EAST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND. VA. J. W. Fergusson & Sons # printers <* Established 1845. Telephone, ...
PRESIDENT F. W. BOATWRIGHT AT CHICAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
PRESIDENT F. W. BOATWRIGHT AT CHICAGO.
i ri ui'i'k PresidentF. W, Boatwright attended "The Aasoolatibn of \merioan Colleges," which mal In Chicago. This ii a new Inatitutlou, mnl will doubtless prove s boost to )))<• denominational colleges of tha Unitsid Btates, The inrno/iiui of the convention consisted of the preaidents and executive officers of the leading denominational unci non-tax- ■Upported colleges of tha United States, ieveral hundred Bolloges were represented, The States south of Virginia and Ten- nessee are Bald to have been rather scantily represented, but the Nmili and West flooded the convention, Richmond College should be proud to l>« so ably represented,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
C. LUIYISDEN & SON, inc. "Jewelers id lilt Soullicro People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze, College and fraternity Medals nntl Jewelry, i ci-ic.i.i ficii w.iiei-,, and Bronze Tablets, WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS, C. I umsclt ii & Son Inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, 731 E.Main St„ RICHMOND, VA. "Whom Sllvur and Gold Is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing 1 , and Pressing. PYLE Established 1880. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET. Suits,Overcoats,Pants, FancyVe&ts, | Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. FROM A FRIEND. pCOOD FOB THE EYEM^ ■ THE S. GALESKI "PTICU CO. ■ n M,iil. ami 333 E * ,t ' I Ll'' Will! St. $g& 5Kk " l 0'"' S,r **' I .sasaaMsms we tfW'w» ■sssasaiisaß
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 January 1915
AUTO SUPPLIES EXCLUSIVELY. "Right Goods Right Prices" LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE SOUTH. Southern Distributors for Weed Chains, Sparton Horns, Mohawk Tires, CHEMI COMPANY, 629 E. Main Street, RICHMOND, VA. TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS. THE JEFFERSON, RICHMOND, VA. The most magnificent Hotel in the South. Rooms single and en suite, with or without baths. Special Sample Rooms. Table d'Hote Saturday and Sunday, 6 to 9, $1.50 each. [THE " | StranD I ROAD AND JEFFERSON STS. HOME OF PARAMOUNT PICTURES. Finest Photo-Plays in the world, in the finest Theatre in the South, 1[ Such stars of the stage as Dusttn Farnum, H. B. Warner, W. H, Crane, Robert Edison, Tyrone Power, Mary Pickford, and Henrietta Crossman in motion picture productions of (he Great Plays of To-Day, by special arrange- ment with Daniel Frohman, The Lubin Co., etc. 110 c. ADMISSION ALL SEATS~IOc. | Continuous Performance from 12 Noon to 11. P. M. Daily. 1 Stationers and Engravers to those who know. VIRGINIA STATIONERY...
SPIDER QUINT PROVES WORTH AGAINST ODDS. ONE VICTORY AND TWO DEFEATS FOR QUINT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
SPIDER QUINT PROVES WORTH AGAINST ODDS.
ONE VICTORY AND TWO DEFEATS FOR QUINT.
The Spider baake>ba|l team played j three gtunM laal week. Tha 8»l th«y j won from MoGlll's Cittliolii' 1 in.ni; thfl tin. second nnd third wen losl to the liiivi'i'sily of Virginia nnd \ . I. 1,, fe» pMtively. A|.'ain-I Niipi'liiir li'Mlus ths Spider,quini showed up well, M.<lii.i."-. I.'isi, 37 '.'I on Tih-mluv nlghi iiu- qulnl won from Uu, (~,„, „.|,i,'>,„i,„,|. MoOill'a Cetholia Union by i wwe of B7 to 31 WflOill pill iipii|;ii(i.l t r,nini', and wb.'ii the whial IB blew for the end ol tho Ural half It found ilu'iii banging to thehi||ond of a Ifi toBo Henri', ai tin- beglntilng of the second half Coach Dobton seal In a new team, which proeee#ti to trim thorn by a 9fi io ni nt. Ti.am Loam to Viboiku, 68 it. Wi'iliiodav Iln- Spnl.-i- ,|,iiirn.'M-.| to Chariotteavillo lee) the I nivetaity quint in the Palrweether gymnaaiura, Tin' I'nivcrsiiv boMta iiu--* year of tiw strongest five t ...
SPECIAL CHAPEL EXERCISES. PROFESSORS GAINES, METCALF, AND BINGHAM ADDRESS STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
SPECIAL CHAPEL EXERCISES.
PROFESSORS GAINES, METCALF, AND BINGHAM ADDRESS STUDENTS.
Otl Wi-iln.'.dav. Thiii-Ndny „'iinl I'i-nl.-n- -tin. chapel tvwrvim * met oonduotwl by Doctors Games, Metcalf, and Bingham, on ulii.'b days the wviceti were ol a ne* ', and mi, in ttiag order rhe Si al named ipol I I"' PrOOl ll' "I Ibe 110 ■ System 1 I Dr. Watoalfn aubjucl was "Profanity," while Dr, Bingham spoki concerning tho "('so of l-'im Extinguish- an " a .iii.ii ..iilln f ihcir ulka la given in-low Dr. Games -poke of bow efficient the honor syetera oi Richmond College had become, with reference to Mawtontioru, lie pointed oul thai tnauy student* had mi idea thai Ihe honor Oyatem waa only applicable to these pwlbde, To enlarge the BOOpfl nl' its WO** lllOUld be the niiu j of every studenl a oollegc i should | apply iln- 1) ii-iu i" in devil) • la* work, io in. ever] da; relation, nol onJj with hih prof.--.ir, lint ills,, Mill, lii- iVllnw- student* in- noluding thoughl It .s.pi'i'i....
LESLIE AND JOHNSON VISIT STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. OBTAIN GLEE CLUB ENGAGEMENT OBJECT OF JOURNEY (?). [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
LESLIE AND JOHNSON VISIT STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
OBTAIN GLEE CLUB ENGAGEMENT OBJECT OF JOURNEY (?).
Laal l-ii.lnv. obotil WW) o'clock, 'Hal" .1.,1ni-.,n nnd ,lo.' Ir.-br wi-ic seep doing a 3:30 aero* the In Hie direction oi the nar lino ttwingmg, aaeli In mv, doajpjtlly and teimniottaly, to a urip. Mr ii ' ',:ii i:n!- Hying gracefully on the balmy, nooh-da) breeae. Theeefaota would seem eommonplawi bui fdr ihe tti-ip, ami thereon hangs a tale. They dnahed aboard the oar, ai all heroes do, Jual as il waa ttiovingout; but, no -luiiii'i than tho inevitable diaouaalon aa to who ahouM paj the fare bad ended, than from here and there same the query, "Why the gripT" li Was ventured by some one thai "Rat" mi- i tended slopping by A. G.s oh bis return in CoUego thai night, mid again thai Joe had brought it full of books, in order Ibal In- mighl IfltW no till).' going ami roming from Ricbmonii, Ami so, in ,\,im t ol these iiii'ani.ni:- charges, thaee youni men were obliged to divulge...