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SPIDERS TAKE MEASURE OF YELLOW JACKETS. GOOD GAME STAGED AT ASHLAND—FINAL SCORE, 8 TO 4. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
SPIDERS TAKE MEASURE OF YELLOW JACKETS.
GOOD GAME STAGED AT ASHLAND—FINAL SCORE, 8 TO 4.
At \-.|ii:inii, Wednesday, April 86th, iin- Siu'drr cohort* gained a decisive victory ovw the Yellow Jacket*, and , iiilvunri'.l din- |i,'u nearer the novated ! gonfalon, The gains won slow, but I exciting In the ln-.i mini up, mid wan , featured by the fait work of Captain biggtui, who fielded In wonderful form, mid, in addition, drove oul two slushing doubles, Butterwvrtb, the big Jacket back flop, leaned <m the l>all for a three* bagger and * home run, while Bsvsga kiii. a single uikl a double out oi two official trite, Thaßpider*, following up former tactics, prooeeded to put the game on Ice in the iii,t two in,in.':-, in the and inning they i 'c<l one on Miller's walk, a sacrifice, n fielder*i shoioe, end on Infield out In the sooond frame tfusy uoi to Mantton'* curve*, mill before the Ashlanders ootid stein th* iidr tut runners hud orossed lite pan mid the umiic wns pm...
COMMENCEMENT WILL OC—CUPY SIX BIG DAYS. PROGRAM AS FIXED WILL PRESENT MANY INTERESTING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
COMMENCEMENT WILL OC—CUPY SIX BIG DAYS.
PROGRAM AS FIXED WILL PRESENT MANY INTERESTING EVENTS.
The program lor Commencement has been arranged by the committee, ol which Dr. LorViog in chairman, and a very attractive plan Las been made for thai liiinl exorcists, The dates of Corn* liienceinciii proper arc JUDO. Illi In 7th, nut the Friday ami Saturday preceding will In' taken up nritfa some very inter- I'slinu events, in addition to I he regular schedule. Tito program has still .-nine viii.-iiii spaces, wiiidi will Le filled later, inn the arrangements made will stand, unless unforeseen oirounwtanoe* prevent. The schedule follows: Friday, Jtw> to. all day Senlo* I'ic-nic, classes „f loin. S:(M1 l(!:.'l(l P. M. farewell Parly to Westhampton Seniors by tin' Parthano- Sy-tascis, (lie lllue Hoom. West liniiip- , lon.
Saturday, Juno 3d. | '2:iio iv m. Aniunii Meeting uf West- i batupton Aluouua, lunnhonn at ; 8:00 10:30 P. M Bophomore*le Party, Westhompton Court, 8l v...
COSTUMES WERE EXPENSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
COSTUMES WERE EXPENSIVE.
Kor the benefit of those who have been heard tO comment on the cost of the Pageant costumes, and for some who have been inclined lo complain a bit because of the price, the statement in given v to tiie approximate cost, showing thai what the men puy is really n very small pni'l of the costume expense, ll must be re- membered that several costume experts were employed here for a number of days and that the expense ill this, conned ion must have been larg* in I'ucl. I" be mure explicit, it cost 1160,00 lor the leu ilii.vh' Work, All Huh wiih, of course, DXOlualVB of Hie material* mid Ihe work nl tin' seamstresses, I'jndi costume wiw supposed 10 00*1 ; fl.'fjO (he material lo cost *).IK» and the labor Iwltlg covered by oil cents. Naturally, this fifty cent* (ell far Hlmrt. of the mark, mid, if your suit is not just whal. you hud expected or hoped, you must lake inlo consideration Ihe many diffloultle* under which il mmlttee* have been laboring, and tnnkc ...
PHI GAMMA DELTA GIVES PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
PHI GAMMA DELTA GIVES PARTIES.
The local i'hiilili'1'of Phi (.iitninn IMi'i pulled off it very onjoyablo plonic on Inni Friday, nl Drrwiy's HhilT, on Ihe Jotties river, A oonalderable crowd waa preaent, among whom wen 1 p number of ihe alumni from liii'hmotiil College ninl i'Ih-w there, The trip wins innile etill.v ill Ihe iifli'i'lionn, .■mil, niiei' n delightful party tor Home hours, il inwil returned late in the! evening. tin Saturday nighl they held a banquet oil th* in mnl in Ihe upper end of the hike, I ivheiv they linil previously ninth' iiiui'li preparation, Guetta were tranaported iroin the shore to the Island by mean* ol our marine which in in familiar operation .•ii nil times on the lake. A large crowd wan present to join around the the roast. mi' Ol' thr |ii|r, Ihe lioiling DOtS, etc. Tin' spread Was elaborate, ninl ihe tilTuir wan intieli enjoyed by those present, A large bonfire in the renin' of the group gave j n bin light for Home distance ni'oiliiil, ninl j th...
IT WASN'T MEASLES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
IT WASN'T MEASLES.
Wti are pleased to note that Mr. (lools- by, whom we reported ns being il! with measles, escaped the malady after nil, and ha* been pn the Job as usual, since Ihe firs! of las! week. His trouble con- sisted of S very severe cold, from which he bus not as yet entirely recovered.
INFORMATION NEXT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
INFORMATION NEXT WEEK.
We regret tlmt we are unable tv gfya details concerning the oratorical oontesl Staged here on Weihiesiliiy, Imt the enliy 'lilt*' of noin_ to preSS this week fnrliidn Iv» obtaining neoossary Information, The ■ account of this will In* publislidd nnxl weeki 'ihe iin.-e mill season closes wiih the game in tfampdnn-Sldiiuy un Bstui* i day, where ihe leant will play idler their (i.'ime with lllin'ksluiie Ai'nileinv the dn.V ' before, loavlng Collogi the lasl dhy of the Pageant,
THE FIRST SPIDER PUBLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
THE FIRST SPIDER PUBLICATION.
1 Home very Interesting and \nlnalile ; property lias just oome Into the bonds of Presldenl Boatwright, in the shape of | the Cili.ii, iftrmiry, the find of ! Uiclinioial College's publications Two I'opies of (his paper Imvo l.ciii givctl him by a former student, the Drat copy. Vol, 1., No. i, bolflg dated November, lK7f>, mill ihe next copy bearing ihe date of the following December. The paper I* abOUl Die size of an ordinary playing nii'il, and contain* four pages of finely printed matter, consisting of about two or three hundred words. We hope In lie utile lo publish these papers lv full In a later issue, and then they will 1)0 Irumeil mid liimn in the office ol the President,
ANNUAL ELECTION COMES OFF NEXT WEEK. Student Council Officers to be Named Next Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
ANNUAL ELECTION COMES OFF NEXT WEEK.
Student Council Officers to be Named Next Monday.
'rim annual Student Council eleol mi will oonupy tho osntn of attention eftw the Pageant in over. The clootton luih been (iilicinlly iiiinoiiiii'ci! for Monday, M;i\ Bth| tun! the iiiiiiiiiiniurns for tin 1 various offices to Ijo lillfd have been posted in regular form. The men whoeo numoe have been turned in to the proper authorl- lies, ilgnlfying their deslts - < enter the ring) ere die follWiitgi I'm' Praeldohti Ui'mliih Brietow, M. 1,. Combe; Yiir- Pregident, W, L Duvirt; Secretary, Meade T, Splcor; Treasurer, YY. T, Clmnenta, This election will be field in the audi- iiiriimi, mill will in' conducted In the regular manner, All men who have paid their Student Council fee will be entitled in vuii', mill, in addition in the voting, other matters' of Importance will be panned mi, A large attendance i h re- qUoeted,
SPIDERS LOSE TO INDIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
SPIDERS LOSE TO INDIANS.
Last Saturday the "Spider Special" carried a hundred or more loyal ''rooters' 1 to Willimnsluil'K, lull to no avail The Indians evened up mutters with the League leader* by tnkmu them down n notch to iin l nine of ~io •_'. Tins game liii He' Indian* ami Spiders iii><i for first place in the League standing, with throe victories and one defeat, They put up mi excellent fielding game, and gave errorless support to "Bin chief" Qnntatt, who certainly delivered the goodi I pitched a ureal game With an even bred ol took,Co*would have WOn he, name, liei'iiusc lie lielil the hurxNhitting Williamsburgers for six iu- niug* with three hiis. The fielding was ragged, and he rotlred in favor of Jollff, who was touched up for four liils in the remaining throe Innings, inability to hll the bail in the pinches Bpcllod dcfcal I'm Out team. I luce Iheliasi'. were iii,wiled, in the tliirtl iiiiiiiiK, mid only one limn mil, hut Cuinott. pro), ei'i'di',l 1,, strike oi...
SPIDERS DEFEAT GAMECOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
SPIDERS DEFEAT GAMECOCKS.
tin Tuesiluy, April '.!.. h, the Spiders linn from the Bouth Carolina University in a score of ;i to %, it was the closest i mid most thrilling game playotl hy the Liggnnites this year, niiil was featured by the I'Melli'id fielding uf both tennis anil the air-tight pitching by Jollff, who held his opponents lo four hits during the entire nine Innings, li wu- v pri'in lit'hliuK contest from Start to finish, mid for the lirst three frames neither team could opu_t__ The Spiders drew lirst hloud in Ihe (mirth, when Northon ami Pill tingled, and BOOh moved up i pen on Clements' sacrifice, Hluiikinnship eunie through wiih n heiiu- lifiil blngle. Scoring both runners Nn mure runs erussed the plate until the lir. I Inill of Ihe ninth, when the ('uiiiietoeks ''it-iii* lifiek with a rush nnd lied the atattt, Another run was .ut off by a beautiful peg I ie by right fielder Carter. 11. the Ihhl half the Spider,-, scored ihe Winning run on ii clean single hy Slsro...
SPIDERS WIN DEBATE FROM JACKETS. Take Annual Affair from Randolph-Macon at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
SPIDERS WIN DEBATE FROM JACKETS.
Take Annual Affair from Randolph-Macon at Home.
Kichmond College ilefenteil Knndulph- Mneiin on last Friday, April 28th, iii (he annual Intercollegiate debate at Ajhjand, The sitlijeel for discussion wiih "lie- milml That CongnSS Should adopt President Wilson's preparedness policy," and ihe a/firuiativc of tttui question was upheld by M L, Combs and (i.T. Terrell, of thin Institution, The vote resulted in a two to one victory for the Spider orators. An Interesting phase of this rout est developed when the Ashland debater* attempted to confuse the "Rod and Mine" defenders by arguing for the same thing, only iddlltg lii il sortie views of then OWft. Hul Ihe visiting brethren were nol taken off their feel by uny siieli tnclies, and returned I heir remarks in llie very best of style, liundlitiK the enne with much cleverness and success A considerable crowd attended this debate, Wbicll was reported ns ii very interesting affair, The rebuttals ...
HOW'S THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
Tbe story is told of a farmer boy who oil, r.-d lo pull ii motorist mil of a mud hole for three dollars. There was much haggling, but (he boy retnmned firm, and Ihe moforist paid the price. \ , lie prepared to resume his journey the mottir- i i -kill the boy how iiiiiny men he hud held up I hat day for three dollars, illitl the boy said seventeen. "<lce," sgltl Ibe motorist, "do you pull 'i-in out day and night?" "No," answered llie boy, | "just in the day lime. I have to haul ualer lo put in Ihe mil,l -hole nl Bight."
It may be well for subscribers lo al- ways lake a receipt when payment is made lo some publishers, fur Ibis is told of an old Indian, who once went to a newspaper office fur the purpose ol subscribing for tbe paper. The editor took the Indian's money, then tbo In- dian WSJted lor his receipt, After i, ill inn il !he editor asked why he was ho persistent in want inn a receipt, lie said: ".Me die sometime. Co lii Kale, and Si I'etcr ask if I b...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
The Xi, tun,md College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, In Advance, Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: RoomA-15, Dormitory 2. KDITOKIAJ. DOAIID. J. A. M-lHI.lh, Jii., - - Koitoii-in CHitr 11. M. SUTHERLAND, 1 J'.IMIOKM IK 1..M1K» , HUHIK III.AIII, 1 kvan «'Hi;.s ii;km an, i amiicia™ bniTitHs IHAAC Diaaii J MANAOEMBKT, I. W. FOUK, - - IIUMINKBH MaNAOUI KI.IOANOK COI'IONJIAVKR, I i. Ci. PERDUE, . ~„ u_ n B, W MILLER, Al ""' ~v" -m v" " M. 0. WYATT, J All business mutter* should b* sddreimed Jo the nuslness Msiuser. All other iimttoi w nhould como lo the Killtor-in-Chlet. We Bh«ll bo pleased to handle- any students communications with duo consideration. All un- signed correspondence will not he published. intend in aeoond-eisaii mstttf Hovsmbsi X, Il)ls,iii the Pott inll.i'iii Ki. hiii.imlColtesn, VS., > under the Aoi ofCor, sol Mart* 1, IS», THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1016.
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
Miss Klcabidi itogprs it visiting her sister, Miss 1.0 i,-, Roger*, \b Doi'oihy Gary was the 8 >l ol Mis* Hi'lsy Camp, Suielnv M,-s ball.' I ..It is the guQSJ nl her , setter, Miss Man Lett, for the Pageant, Miss Sum Thomas, of Oeorgetown, Ky., and of lost year's class, is visiting al Weslliainptoii. Mi M.-in,,i, Walker Ulastel), pi Km! Ing Crceii, is the ttnest of bcr sistet, Miss i Prance* Olossel), Mi.> Betsy Camp spent Baturday night ! at \V'cslhiiinpt,.,|. She will leave for her | lioine, in I'Vanlilin, Tuesday,
SOPHOMORE CLASS GATHERING AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
SOPHOMORE CLASS GATHERING AT WESTHAMPTON.
Saturday night the Bophdmoro* at Wi tli:illl|i(nli lll'lil llii'ir Unt full Rllllll'l'- ! inn since iln' "Rat" ii.'iiii|in'i. Ai dinner throe special tables, <U rated In the ,'lii»H oolufs, awe Mserved fw ths lliu trlous body, uml directly after supper nil unit in tin- "hiiihll reception room" where gsrses, tnusio, and business were indulged in. Hi'fii'>l 'hih, consisting t>( I'li.H'iiliiti,, sandwiches, |ii,'kli'n, olives, ami candy, were served at OiSO o'clock, mni, after an hoilr oi mhikh and yell* ths) evening was ended In a snake dance across the campus. These doe* meeting* are recent InHo- viiliniin nl llie CollfigO, mnl lln'.v | M ii groat inorease in class spirit.
HIP—POCKET ESSAY. Courtship. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
t.'imrliiliip Is Ihe iii'eliminiii'.v In the great faotj between grub and batik ao t'ouiii. It has for Itactmteetants on equal number of nuts oud skirts, and marriage li ih,. tape 'Tin- winners are iMitomati- enlly ilisi|iinlilieil f ninl cmitinl enti i in nny other amateur meal*. It takes place in the park* ami close proximity, with 1 In- old .'lo'l Counting nil' Ihe IttBSi 'I'll'' IXsSl lime for OOUrUlilp Is in 'ho liprillg- lime ninl her IiiIIum'k abtWUDfl. Even ii generation tig" 'his universal paatims wiih ii iwo-yenr sklrtdsh, slow uml de- liberate, ninl Hie iiinil step m thi disaster was tab a over the roasting apples and popping loin Now it it consummated in a hurry and on Mi ira ir, iml Ihi' only popping m I'Viilenee il Hull ,,i \lniiiiii'.- I'aiiii Dry inn! I be cxhsuiHt valve, li usually stnrte with a <-ih>i "Pleased in iiiii'i vnii,'' ami sometimes ends with a "Oood evening" of the same lt'iii|ii'i'nluri'. Coiirling is neeii...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
STUDENTS! To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup MADF: BY Atlas Specialty Co., I RICHMOND, VA. Seeoid Bapiisl Gimreii 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.L4H.L DENOON Real Estate and Loans, 807 E. Main Stront. RICHMOND, VA USE THE The Quick Line Between the Hast and West. ! Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond. JIHn I I U"UH I. C(1UI „ y „„, v , been pul- tlni off so lons. Come to-day and start, uml yon will never te«r«t It. Three pet cent, compound Interest paid on Saving Accouuts. MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK, "HAI'S:MT I'D* HAVINU*." 110! E. 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 8 P.M. B. Y. P. U. - - - 7P. M. Homeier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. Bro...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegian " is interested in making Richmond College a stronger and better College. Much of thin (treat task belongs to Trustees, Faculty, anil Alumni, but a large part properly falls to the students of this session, The public does 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. Perhaps you are enioylng the benefit of a scholarship. Let your acquaintances know what it 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 offlcors 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...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 May 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. Evory 'Versify Team at Richmond College is outfitted by A. 0. Sptildlng & Hue. which firm Couch has been representing for tun 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 House in Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. Qegan <>r VibqInia Baptists. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It Mauds In tho old piitliH, hut does not stnittl 'till. " also walks therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION, Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STREET. The Only ...