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ARTICLE V. ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
■ Section I. Any slildetil wishing to be a candidate tor office In the Athletic i Association must hand in Ins name in writing, seconded by the signature* (if two other member* of the Association, to the Secretary of the Association, at least \ leu day* before the election for aieh Offloe, Sec 2 Ten day before any election is held, the Secretary of the Athletic Asso- ciation shall post on the College bullet in board a complete list ol all I hose who have banded their name* in as candidate*, as prescribed above In section i. See, :i. All students wil imply with the provisions of Motion I of this Article shall be considered candidate* for tho Offloe involved. Sec. i. N,, studenl who I* not a regular member of the Uhlettfl Association, In good slnliilinn, shall be allowed lo be a candidate for Office, <>r lo second the candidacy of any other sliideiil. See .", Printed mid numbered ballots, of a suitable form, approved by the Executive Committee, s...
ARTICLE VI. COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
■"•el ion I. The committees of this Association shall be: Eield Day Com- mittee, Publicity Committee, and the Committee on Athletes, See. 2, Field Boy Coumtitto, -Thin committee shall be appointed by the President of the Association, and shall haw riiiiie oharge of the annual field Day exercise* held under the allspices of the Association. See. :|. Publicity Cnnmillei. This committee shall be appointed by the Preeldenl Of the Association, anil It* duly (hftll be to" advertise thorough]) all »tWetifl event,,.
See, i. m Aihkl/H, Thi* committee shall be appointed by lite President ol tho Association, and iis chief duties shall be to Interview, any available athlete attending collage, and lone them to piulieipale m athletic SCI \\ Hies, and tO kee|i in 1,,He1l with ihe athletes oi various preparatory shool . with a , low io securing the besl available athletic material bom those nchools; to ,'one. pood wiih --ii.il athletes, and ii * whatever mo...
HIP-POCKET ESSAY. Tears. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
[ear* are the spontaneous spigots. turned on when she sees "the horrid ■thing" on the street with another glri, They come up like un artesian well, and go down hk lasoade, They am i by most any old thing ■ffi f, disnppoinl- metit, hot soup, pain, anger, pepper joy, pleasure, bapplnea >, Home-Run oigajrette*, tobacco, .em,',., je ilmcy, Liu/litcr, llunl , defeat, victory, safety rnaora, religion, eloquence, bull, corn-, overdrawn tmok He mis, and despondent spirit*, Lite is a vale of tears. Man and when I say iiiiiii, I include women, because until embraces woman comes into this world a orylhgi protesting Infant, and after Lis demise (here will, in all probability, be weeping, and wailing, and gnashing of teeth. Teals arc sllperpeiMiniMW, Two will split any man's pay envelope. When ihe bride turn* OH the hydrant, liubl)} would swim over Niagara Pall* on v l ut liii rail lo stop Hie tears. The lachry- mal gland* have brought In more Easier hals ...
DR. BALL AT Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
DR. BALL AT Y. M. C. A.
Dr, William L, Ball, pastor of Tubei- nai'le itapsist Church, Richmond, w, l -peak iii the College auditorium n»*l Thursday night on"The Transforms'' Life." Dr. Bail i, well known, not only a ai, , ipeoiall] abl* man in his lield, bul also as a Very Interesting speaker In young men. The meeting will begin promptly at 7.00 P, M. A large at- tendance ni student* I* urged, and die public is very cordially Invited,
DANCE AT HERMITAGE NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
DANCE AT HERMITAGE NEXT WEDNESDAY.
The Cotillon (dub will give a dance ai ihe Hermitage Club on next Ui day evening, April "bib. The affair will be formal, mid about tweuly five couples are expected. Dancing will Lenin at ii o'clock and continue until i.:in o'clock, the ICUslo lo be furnished by the oivli, 11 : , Used at the dance tfiveii last niiiiitb.
It tin been rumored thai the Inl verrity of Cambridge, England, will be forced to close beeaaae ol took of students, Tho University has not been closed for over one thousand years,
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
The Richmond College and Westliamplon College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. , Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Offico: RoomA-13, Dormitory 2. BDITOKMI. HOAHD. J. A. M'lHl.l)'.. Jii., - - KuiTini-iN-CHisr! EBTBLLB KKMI'I-.lt, i y ha , BTANT i.uvi, ,satti:iii.iki,i), ~,„,..,.„, .»,.#•■„,„ I 11. M BUTURBIA.ND, \ I',iiii<iii«-in-( iiihK HUKIH iil.Allt, ) KVAN I'IIKSI KIIMAN, AnnocurH Kiaimm IHAAC Dlliils, J MANAOEMENT. I', \V, POEJt, - - BCBINIMIH MaNAiIBK ■LIANOB i'xU'kniiavkiu B, W. Mll.l.l'.'lt, I *"*'• "US. MOBS : ii. 0, WY.vri', J All niinlnaii ui«tt«r« tliuuld ba «ddrei»od Jo ' tin, lluiiiiM.-iii4 Mioiußcr. All other modern should come lo Hid liilii„r-lii-Chl*f, W« shall l>« el, „:■,■,! to 1,.■,,,,11. any »tuilottt»' conimiinicntioiiH with ilu,. consldsrSUOß, All iin- slimed correipondence will not be tiubllslied, Bpttrsd in. iieciml ejsu vi.'iii,'!' Nn'voinlur s, isir,,in u„. r,,i,i-uiii,.,, ni ui,iiin»i„ii:,iii,'t,,.. Vie, iiiiil.-i- lh...
THERE MAY BE OTHER CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
THERE MAY BE OTHER CLAIMS.
Wditar OoUegian: to read , Con.r. IAM in" H fright Kcenlly I ~,.„!.' , i,, h : 'i High School. 11„ (rcni . n who wrote the artlel* | .le , i,, ; i ' thi a.,.unci in which We are nol eoncemed with whal John Marshall men arc doing, but what each ll is doing as an Individual, and a' I representative ol thi College which he no« attend !' ! good to know ivlval wan High '" hool men in -s < - -1, ■ thai fro 'c'eue: ,i olteg* and to the w,,,i.i ihe world it large, and the men here hi College cue not what yOUdo, I'hev Ul'dl vollolib slice-,'.. It is iMlbei iii'co in,'.' inoe '.on bine broinJii past "■-"' « to "in attention, dial there hat I bob In R-iofh nnind Colloga many men who have made |. v eellei,t rOOOrdl in ol* nort.. and who base done inn. Ii fol lb, College, I recall the nan." of John Qeorge, Primfti, l'ranli Games, li, ('. and ,1. B, Duval nun v.iio have done as much ns any who hgve attended this CollegOi and who »ere graduntoe nf I'ork I olon M...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
STUDENTS! To keep brain c!e«r und muscle strong, eat less meat and morn Silk Velvet Syrup MAD!: r.Y Atlas Specially Co., RICHMOND, VA. THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. Franklin and Adams Streets. SERVICES: 9:30 A.M. -Bible 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. Minn Struct, RICHMOND, VA
USB THH The Quick Line Between the Hast and West. ■ Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond. >> 1 Hil I 1 IrUN I . town you'vo tioi-n put llnu off ho lon*. Coino to-,lay mid tUit, nnil you wllTnovor rtjrolil. Thr»e p»r cent, compound ml., ■•mi |~ii,l on Savliiß Account*. MhRCMAN 15 NATIONAL HANK, "HAI.'IKHT «■■««« »AVINII«." HOI H. Main St., KICHMOND, 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-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. B...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Kvory reader of the "Collegium" is interested in making Richmond College a stronger and better College. Much of thlß great task belongs to Trustees, Faculty, ami Alumni, but a large part properly falls to the students of this Bession. Tho public docs not yet realize 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. Pfcrhnpw you are enioying the benoflt of a scholarship. Let your acquaintances know what It means to you, and that probably two more good students from jour comity would be hero if scholarships could be provided them. liie College is I great philanthropy. Its officers d«sire to extend its benefits, hut wish, a.t 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 tho...
JOLIFF HOLDS "INTS." TO FIVE HITS. Spiders Field Well, But Are Defeated 6 to 0. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
JOLIFF HOLDS "INTS." TO FIVE HITS.
Spiders Field Well, But Are Defeated 6 to 0.
Thursday the Spiders held the Rich* l mond Internationals to fivo single* and six scores, three, of which were un- [
! aa»ned, A wild Huo« to sooond lei In I two uf il"' wow*, :in,l un,. waa tallied ; Cnun third on n taurine* ily that should have I Q thrown out ~l tho plate, ll wa* tin' prettied fielding gam* our boy* 1 hay* pin up this season, only two errors being oholkad up again*! them, and both were mi exceptionally hard nuance*, Miller and Carter mad* two of th* moat i Mutational tntcitet of th* game. They | war* imiii caught up against 'I"' fence, after hard run*, ; Th»Bpider* laoed oul mi equal number 'nf hits, hul OOUld not woiv. Nurllii'ii •sound two hits, /mil led hi* teem for ll "' itlok honor*, siss,,n, batting fur Miller jin tdc last frame, slashed out « olean; ; blnjjle, bul ii did not avail anything, For teven Inningl Joll/J held th* LatAr> u..|li,,n;,h. 1,, tWO Mili'...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 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 1,. W. EFFORD and FOSTER WITT. _ , 1 1
Coach Dobson ABOUT ALL KINDS OF i Athletic Wear and Equip- ; ment for Men and Women j Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. Every'Vnrslly Twain at Richmond College h outfitted by A. G. Spalding & Bros., which firm Coach lias been ropioeenllng fur : ten yonrs. Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music. Musicul Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only One-Price Piano House In Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. j >i;i;an OF ViuniNiA Baptists. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It stands In tho old paths, but dues not Hand still. It also walks tburcln. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN ST...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 April 1916
Trie Student Shop. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread American Bread S Baking Co. f*GjOOp.jFpR_THejBYEB«| ■ T HE S. GALESKIOPTICU CO. I I M«ln an* 33i t * ,t ' ■ L Eighth St. JjjSß'fiSfek itoai s,r,ut I net Mian Nmawmf 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. XI. KOSB, Merchant bailor Suits and Pants Made to Order Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 208 W. Broad Street, HICHMOND, 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. POLLARD & BflGsY f "Real Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES.
TIME TURNS BACK THREE HUNDRED YEARS NEXT WEEK. SPIDERS DEFEAT TIGERS BY BIG MARGIN. TERRIFIC SWATTING IN FIRST TWO FRAMES NETS VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 April 1916
TIME TURNS BACK THREE HUNDRED YEARS NEXT WEEK.
SPIDERS DEFEAT TIGERS BY BIG MARGIN.
TERRIFIC SWATTING IN FIRST TWO FRAMES NETS VICTORY.
Last Thursday, nt Broad»Street Park, Ihe Spiders defeated the Hampden-- Sidney Tigers l>y the decisive more of 7 in 3, It wmh tln» terrific ilugging <>n- sliuinl>t ol tlit' "Hod iiihl Hlne" Imtti'i-H ill tile lirsl tWO fiiuiic." Hint spelled detent for tin) viKitorn. The Spiders nln put up a nappy, defensive game, and aided Cow in letting them down with four Wl - mill two counters. Tipton, after Ibe Ural tWO Inning*, settled down, mid pitclied good bull for tlic remainder of the game, Poe die Spideit. ilhtc were mi Individual "Himn," each man playing hw position well, imt Liggan dun two or three out of t lie ditt ilmt bordered on the, sensational, llaiupden-Sidliey Hliilleil I lie lOOrlng in the opening frame. Thurman, Oral man up,skied toriitiu, imt I'artirdropped the ball, and the nnmer anchored id wound. He itola Ihi...
SPIDERS WIN FROM CAROLINA BAPTISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 April 1916
SPIDERS WIN FROM CAROLINA BAPTISTS.
Suhinlav iiftemoLii I lie Spiiler U-.wU Hqiiiul, inisli-r Captain Shi in lii-lil, d»> Muted the lUong Wake ITorekl (quad by B Hi'ovi' of , r iH to . r >o. The More Wilis oloee throughout, and ttutdl thl laal three lirlil eveaU ii oould not be told who was the winner. The ilivv, llhiiikli i'loihlv, turni'il mil to I"' no Ideal one for track ;i,imti(,„. mi.l tone tat time reoonlK were inmle. The straightaway wish in iliimly eonililiim, mill I lie <l»nlien ami hUTtUea were run off in ivroril litne. 'I'lie gpidon ituticsl out ttrouf, winning the daUhM mill hUTtJIe events with BBM, and for t while ii looked Uke a walk- away for iliem, bul the C«rollnuui< ipwng » iiurpriaß la thl dittaooe events, eobttbig But place In otoh. Dntll the l-10-diifh it. wiim o\li' meet, Init in the quarter, the half, the mile, mul the two-
mile events, I lie Wiike Forest rnniHTH carried oIT practically ell the bonora, Batterfield. by an excellent nice...
BIG EVENTS NEXT WEEK WILL BE REPRODUCTION OF LIFE IN MERRIE ENGLAND. Processions Will Give Glimpse of Famous Men and Women Who Lived in Shakespeare's Day. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 April 1916
BIG EVENTS NEXT WEEK WILL BE REPRODUCTION OF LIFE IN MERRIE ENGLAND.
Processions Will Give Glimpse of Famous Men and Women Who Lived in Shakespeare's Day.
In order that every one niai' have n thorough understanding <>f |vet what that Pageant Oejrl week stands fur, Miss Lough, Professor ol History at West- hiuupliin Collage, hai given all excellent, review of the plot, lotting, etc,, of the display, wnish we are tiivinn below. The processions will occupy the grdOtSSl attention, picturing the famous men and women of England in ohsraoteristic life of the day. We give Misw tiOUgh'l de- scription of the Pageant plan, ii iar that ii oleai noeption may be had of the meaning of the iii« event, Miss l.nitlth says: "The Shakespeare Pageant procession, like the Pagaanl Itself, la a reproduction of the life of England during the Shake- speare period. ' The historical pari <>i the Pagaanl ln'mins with the, entrance ol Queen Khzn- both mlo London. She appears in a coach, a...
BRILLIANT COSTUMES FEATURE PAGEANT. COLOR SCHEMES PLANNED ARE RESULT OF ARTISTIC WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 April 1916
BRILLIANT COSTUMES FEATURE PAGEANT.
COLOR SCHEMES PLANNED ARE RESULT OF ARTISTIC WORK.
The eoHhiine-., which me to BgUlt greatly lo the suocess of the Pageant, are fiint Roaring completion, and they an i picturesque Int. Every oolor and hue Bonoelvable netne to have been •roven into the material* that were gathered im- the manufacture of these coats ami oanea ami gowni and robes, while wtnc of the i qileleil Ha I'll lent." ale the de- spair of all 'hi' seaiii-ljea.-i orftfl- tion. Connelly, our staid ami honored friend, will discard his robes "f oonventional blafk for a MASOn, .-mil ilnn a falii'iealiim of purple and row.', brilliant in iln hue, yet .soolliitiK lo the i <■■> ami softening lo ihe Vision, Brooking, alwayi gorgeoua in the latest at' the season's patterns, will 'be. unrlxHl in B tuil of blue and apricot.
which would have been a marvel in I lie age of Quean Elisabeth. SiiyaiH will lie enrobed in a purple and yellow affect thill in a real work of a...