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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
The Richmond Collegian
A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.
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BIGGEST OF All MEETS TO-MORROW—FIELD DAY HONMY.
FIRST INTERCOLLEGIATE MEET HERE TOMORROW. ANNUAL FIELD DAY EXERCISES WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
FIRST INTERCOLLEGIATE MEET HERE TOMORROW.
ANNUAL FIELD DAY EXERCISES WILL BE HELD ON MONDAY.
'I'lii: vary elaborats athletic season will hi' wound up within the next week by two big events namely, the ttaetern Virginia InterooUoglat* Track Meal and the annual lllohmond College Field Day. This liin iiu'i't, which starts tO'inorroe afternoon at •! o'clock, will bo il»' Hi I ol iik kin<l aver held, and the largest mrv< which hat been staged in tin* section of the rimnir.v tot a great while, About seventy-five contestant* will take pari En the events, and it promises to be an affair of more than ordinary interest to nil concerned Tit* pmiiup.mii- in this mccl inolude lUohmond College, V. P. 1., Roanoke College, William and Mary, Hampden- Sidney, mul Itiinilolpli-Miii'on, mul this lirwi K»ili*'''iiiK "f liiiili'i'-puili athletos in iliiK league will Inaugurate * practice Hint holds much in store for the future. The college* named above will be repre- sented in numbers a...
TRACK TEAM MAKES EXCELLENT SHOWING. WINS FIFTH PLACE IN SOUTH ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIP MEET [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
TRACK TEAM MAKES EXCELLENT SHOWING.
WINS FIFTH PLACE IN SOUTH ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIP MEET
Tin' BpUlw tv.-H X ii'.'ini, ii'ii strong, entered the South Atlantic (Ihamplonahip M«et, :il * 'Imr 1..1 lesvillc. M.-iy full inn! mil, mill proved their merit* by oarfyinii away 1."., point*, i.mki year they iuc- i'l'i'ilril in wmniiid one point a third plni'i' in tin' &hot-pul by Durham bul thin time they out-shono their former 1 efforts by far, and won i oraditabl* place in (In- till ni' point winner*, Pitted against man who equaled and broke South Atlantic collegiate record*, their showing was great, They took Sfth place, ]ml 2 1 .. points behind V. I. 1., and far ahead of both Georgetown and Catholic i 'nlverslty, Durham mul Liggan each won two third places, and "won four potato each. Johnson, by tying fol second and third place in the pole-vault, won -'•.• polnte, while, Batterfield mul Bahlke too* one point each. the following Is a lint of the events ta which tin' Spiders...
INTER-SOCIETY CONTEST GOES TO PHILOLOGIANS. H. T. CLARK WINNER OVER FIVE MEN—EMORY AND HENRY COLLEGE WINS STATE CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
INTER-SOCIETY CONTEST GOES TO PHILOLOGIANS.
H. T. CLARK WINNER OVER FIVE MEN—EMORY AND HENRY COLLEGE WINS STATE CONTEST.
Tin niiiil Inler-Society Oratorical Contest, held here on Wednesday! May | .'ld, between the Philologlan mul Mv : Bigma Rho fjiterary Societies, was won .hy 11. T. Clark, over (our other con- testant*, Only a fail audience heard the speeches of the** picked , winch Wen all good and the results of much ; labor, Mr. cimk, ihe successful con- testant, is a member ol the Pbltalogion Society, mid Messrs. S. S. Hill mid 1,. C, Hubbard, member* nf the same Society, , peted alone, with him foi the honor* of llie occasion. The Mv Sigm* Rho
; Booletj wa* very ably represented by Mcshih. I'l. W. Milli'iaml \\. M I'luHil.'ii \lr. Clark's speech was delivered on th* Bubjeul of "Peaoe," and was * very oreditable presentation, 'I'lu' State urni,hi,'al Ctratert, In whloh I the i'iiiii|niniiin wns yen Intense, was! won by Mr. J, A. Morrow, of Emory and, j Henry C...
STUDENT OFFICERS AND COLLEGIAN STAFF ELECTED. M. L. COMBS PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL "JOY" WILL RUN COLLEGIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
STUDENT OFFICERS AND COLLEGIAN STAFF ELECTED.
M. L. COMBS PRESIDENT OF COUNCIL "JOY" WILL RUN COLLEGIAN.
'I'll.' sin lout Council offiosrs for the ensuing session were elected al the regular meeting of the Council on ln*i Monday afternoon al I o'olock, Th* voting was heavy and somewhal larger than usual on occasions of 111 i— kind. The candidates presented In duo form wors Weston Bristow ami M. 1,, t'onilw, for Proeldont] W, 1.. Davis, Vice-President; Meade 'I. spiciT, Seoretary, and W, T. Clements, Treasurer, Tha election resulted in favof nf M, 1.. Combs, the score being 81 to 64, Tin- other candidate* were unanimously electod, there being no opposition in iii her i as*. Tin' election of Tin Coli.bqiam staff was lu'ld ai tliis time also, the offices of edftor-ta-ohief mul business manager being Oiled. Mr. H. M Sutherland, assistant editor lor thin yi'ar, was immii- iiiininly declared editor-in-chief I'm naxl yi'.ur, while I l ',. W, Miller succeeds Mr, Fori" pa busines...
SENIOR CLASS CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. ATTRACTIVE MAY DAY CELEBRATION AT WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
SENIOR CLASS CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY.
ATTRACTIVE MAY DAY CELEBRATION AT WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE.
Monday morning the halls and corridor* al Westhampton were seen lo prick up thell' .'ill's in good earnest. Ju*| one year before the) had heard that same chorus of | "The Year's al the Spring," and had seen those same yoUHg crenliires dancing tn Hie strains of a violin, as they left linn token* of Bowers at the doors of those rooms winch seemed to he Inhabited bj "Sophs.." and llinse old ridois won- dered if it were ail a dnaiii if Ihcy were simply remembering last May Day. Ihil, no! for soon the doors which had been honored by the dainty littl* lavender and white hlossoin-lnilen baskets were thrown open, anil all thoughts nf dreams
ami of drdnming wore lo*l iii the ohattflr ami laiightor which grootod the lit. i tight nl' illlMr.siMl'l's' jifU, li was i hi, Senior*' birthday, and they were boginnltiK ll before the rising bell, nml in remembering their il«ter "Soph*." Th|* it i...
DELAYED PAGEANT ONLY MORE INTERESTING. RAIN INTERRUPTS FIRST DAY, BUT SATURDAY'S EVENTS MAGNIFICENT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
DELAYED PAGEANT ONLY MORE INTERESTING.
RAIN INTERRUPTS FIRST DAY, BUT SATURDAY'S EVENTS MAGNIFICENT.
Threatened by rata and generally un- settled weather, the Pageant opened last Thursday according to schedule, mid Immediately began to fulfill and exceed all expectation*' Thursday* *tww lasted not limik, for a sudden down«pour put an (Mid li> all festivities I'nr 111" day. The rain continued tat* Into the night, and the morning papers bor* th* announce- ment thai i In 1 exorcises had been post- poned until Saturday, when they would ; ln> carried through »« planned True to form, Saturday's events opened ! with all the enthusiasm due such a cele- bration, ami never in the history of Richmond College has she played s ° lurjff n part in so nival n demonstration. Fur hour* before the procession finally started, the campus was thronged with visitors and pariu'ipmtln, a miiiilu'r of whom had traveled many mile* to ba present on this occasion, At StSOo'oloak the parade* li...
THE LAST ISSUE NEXT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
THE LAST ISSUE NEXT WEEK.
After the next issue of Tin: Cm,1,1:111 an the stuff will pul th* cover on (lie press and lock the door, alter Calling th* dog, This will wind up the year's work, cou- •Jsting of thirty issues of the sheet, mid the rein* of olllo* will then he in charge j of Hie recently elected stall', who will begin afresh ne.Nt fall. Therefore, if there he any aiiniiimeeineiils, any mil ices, I any Complaints, any urgo'inculs, any questions that need to be aired, or any* ihiiiU else of a similnr nature winch is clamoring lor publication, let uh have it fur this next ismie, else it must needs he returned unpublished and the world re- main unenlightened. If 'here is any contribution of any kind to he submitted, we must have il liy ne\l Monday night, when the last issue this year will be comp- iled and put in readiness for the final 1 rip lo Governor street.
PLEASE PAY WHAT YOU OWE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
PLEASE PAY WHAT YOU OWE.
\s we draw near Ihe end we must make a liiuil plea for unpaid suhscriplions. The. appeal is merely In (he fiiirni'ss and justice of the proposition, and nothing else. You who have suliscrilieil have agreed in stand behind uh in this matter, and in faith have we tried In carry on the publication. Now, if you violate this faith, the game is up—that's all, W« haVfl the ill most confidence in you, hence we have mil bothered you about the financial question as much as we might have. Therefore don't lei us lie disap- pointed in you -there is not a man on this campus, wo sincerely hope, who will mil pay his debt*, If you subscribed to (his paper, and have not paid your dollar and a quarter, you are Indebted to us in the same ,'iiiiuunl. Let Us hnvi! il as soon at possible, and v.c will greatly appreciate It, When Mr, Pore makes his rounds on coileclimi duty, which is far more unpleasant to him than to you, ilou'i turn him away, but cough up, come across, and ...
TO PLAY AT WOMAN'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
TO PLAY AT WOMAN'S CLUB.
The cistc of ''Midsummer Night* Dream," which f'euliired the Pggsanti will present their play at the Woman's ciuh, iii Richmond, on next Monday. An the Woman* Club Is the most repte-l Hciilalivc and most di-l innuished or- Kiniiziilimi of WOmeD in the oily, il is very Battering that these people from here should be asked to play before them, This adds a very dfltlrnbl* emincction between College and the leading people of Richmond.
BE CAREFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
i Several complaiiilM have come In the ! authorities recently ill regard to men loafing aboul the book-store and th* auditorium In bathing sm|l ". aftpr s swim in the lake. This should not hi so Olrl* from West ham pi on College often are compelled lo come lo the Student shop, mul mi a number of occasions recently they have complained of the j fuel that they have found a mimher ol men there in bathing lults The) don'l Id,,' il. mid it Isn't (he proper thing, B wouldn't lie proper if the uirls did not come around, mid it is a practice that ; should be done away with When you are done bUtbtag, go to your room mid j remove th* bathing suit before you do your loafing, and ii will be a help to evei | ' Body,
PROPERTIES MISSING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
Mi*S Hatcher hi 1- mlol 1 lliose in ■ charge of this end of th* Pageant thai ft number of the properties used on Sat* ur.hi.v are milling, and she nines that they be turned In to Mr. Qoohtby at once. Banner*, etc., etc, that could ba of no I possible use 10, liny one here, have failed lo turn up after I ho calibration Wal "vei, and il is in.MU'hi I lint some men have just laid lliem aside lo use a* souvenir*. They an nut r,ouveiiirs at nil, mid are valuable to the Pagennl people Please ! turn I hem over In Mr. Qoolsby if JfOU 1 collie across 1 licit ■, mul il will he appro- dated, Kiiom reservations me now being made lal (he Dean's, olliee. If you wisli In reserve a room fur ncxl vein, you hud bettor see him at once, before they me [ all none.
BOAT SINKS WITH CREW. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
BOAT SINKS WITH CREW.
Another amusing incident, slightly connected with the Pageant, occurred 011 Monday iil'lermxui on (he lake. The lion Is Used in the I'uueanl were heiiiß removed from the hike, and, I,mill lo see I hem so soon depart, siime fellows coli- cluili'd they Would make the parting n* hard us possible, Consequently they rowed four or live skills lo the far hank of thO pond, and left them there idlont. When the men ciime for I hem it WilK wilh some difficulty thai they were mover! bo the landing place A large ColoNd individual served in I lie capacity of "limit rustler," ami had them all SUOoeS*fu!!y lowed ill, with tlic exception of one, which he pi coded In bring lo shON, However, he was mcl on his way in by live or six huskies, who piled aboard. Soon the crafl, all lon frail foi Mich a oargo, began to waver, bud ii became evident that a catastrophe was id hand. Ah if lie.iicl the shine, where the waler WilH nol dangerously deep, thfl hunt was seen to sink slowly...
SISSON LOSES HIS FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
SISSON LOSES HIS FATHER.
We sincerely regret to itate thai Slssor. WO* culled home on Monday afternoon, mi nciemit of (lie death of his father, al Kiiimcrluii, Vn. The deceased was ulioilt Heventy yean old, and his death m dUI ito the infirmities of an l ', with other causes, l.ut was very sudden and Un- expected, SIsSOU left lata Monday iifler- nnmi for Knnncrtoii, where I lie funeral was held on Wednesday. We join with his niiiiiy friends here in extending to liiin anil all his family our sinccrcst and deep- est sympathy in this ureal, hereiivemeiit.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
TENNIS TOURNAMENT TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW.
T(Wla) Iflll i.lllllllilU till' H'lllll:, teams, ol i lie six college*, in i lie Virginia Intercollegiate Asaoolation will meet on the Country Club oourU, and will battle fm the three loving (tup? offered, This i.- M ni'w endeavor on il"' pari of the V' i iii inn, mill lln Ihiiiiimiiii'iil shouW prove mi interesting affair. All the j collegei will ('ml h (|iiuiii uf cxaolluul players, mill i petition will I"' keen. 'I'n-ilns' the I'liiiiiniiiiiiM contests will take plui'i', mill ilir wiiiih'i'h will play off ' the Baals iii-inniTDw morning. All the : men competing will be eliminated to« il;i.\ except the four beet, and between these will be itAged a battle royal to> morrow morning. Manager Bagby an> nounce* thai throe cups will be awarded I two for tbo jingle* and one for the doubles. Tin' preliminaries here have been staged nil during lln' week, and the winners will represent us In the meet. Cbeiterniaß mill Mnik look like good be...
FIRST COLLEGE PAPER LIVED TWO MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
FIRST COLLEGE PAPER LIVED TWO MONTHS.
We have m our pOSMtlion I wo copies of the CoUtgc If trmtrii, the Brsl publica- tion tllohi I College can boast of. They are dated November, 18?B| and Dceeinhor, I S7. r i, respectively, the two issues alone Covering the total life of the paper. II is not a handsome si t, being al si as large as a post .card, and printed in a fashion not r ignilOd now as the very best, lliiidi C. Smith heads llie paper as " Kditor and Publisher.'.' The material of this first litllfl paper is rather Interesting. The Brsl page of No. I is given over lii an essay entitled "Treasures," a well-written article of some hundred words iii length, No '.-' deali with •■The Life of Mmi," written in a toraewhal olegnnl stylo ami full of Howery language, On the second page of the liisl edition Hie .1/, nin h makes its tliliul in a sliorl article, while mi the corresponding pane of the second paper ihe following statement I* givoni "Tht \l,n mil. wiih Ho- iv-iic. handfl ...
AN ECHO FROM THE PAGEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
AN ECHO FROM THE PAGEANT.
Dr. Melcall received Hie following letter this week In regard to the successful production of the Pagi I, etc., win, Ii I , very gratifying tribute' tO 'he share Hiehmond College played in Hie bi| celchralion: 'Dr.J.C. Metcatf, Itiihmouil, I'ii.: "My Di. mi Da. Mi.hu.i', Just a fin* to express my hearty felicitation* on the splendid success of the Biiakeepearo : Puncnnl. liicliiiiond (lollcglC deserves Ihe gratitude of the State, and I want to ex pre my own pleasure in the plaudlta you are receiving. "Sincerely yours, "(' Ai.eiioxsn SMI 111
MISSES PUCKETT CALLED HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
MISSES PUCKETT CALLED HOME.
I Misses Lulu and Kttlli Puekctt, of Westhampton College, lefl for their Imme, in h'.lk Garden, V*a., on losl Monday, because of the critical Bine** of their mul her. They will no! return to College ! this session, I ml I heir ninny friends here , mul at Westhampton College hop* they ni.iy be able to return next fall.
SPIDERS DEFEAT BLACKSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
SPIDERS DEFEAT BLACKSTONE.
I'lida,! theSpiders batted oul n victory nvor lUack-i Military Academy in the olevt el h inning, and won by a -core ol Bto t U wn.- a pied, fielding con* test, and was feature,l l,y the long ,hives oi Hisson and Hruce. which netted them four base*, Bisswi also slammed out a ihr bagger, His homo inn drive, with Cttttor mi base, sowed up the gamejntbo eleventh, .lohlT kepi the ('add liv well -.Ml j tered. mul, although he welded nine hits, in" pitched * good game. Moore, the former llampdon-Sidnoy star twirler. was on the minimi for I ihick-i,,ne. The Blaokstone female Institute was nut i i, IfUMSS lo see the ymui'. Thehatteriai wit- Richmond Collage .l.ililV, IJlanklngshlp, ami Craven; lllnek- slmie Milltarj V.idcmv Moore and Ballard, Umpire Robinson,