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TIGERS TAKE LAST GAME AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
TIGERS TAKE LAST GAME AT HOME.
The "Mggahitfls" lost the chance of tying up I he League race when lliey lust in llninpdeii-si.hiev lust Saturday, Al- | though the Spider* nut-hit tl • oppo- nent*, the bit* on ni Inopportune mo- ments, and we 10-t liv n '.core of 111 to 2, Thai Ihe Ti|:. r-h.id micnmiy link i-proven by the ?aol thai w* had thirteen men left ! stranded on base*, while Hampden- Sldnej only had three, riiev nicked Cox's delivery for ten hit*, which, coupled with Bvo error*, account* for tin score. The BpidetS I.niched up T'iplon for twelve hits, hut he kept (hem well seat- terdd, ami tightened up when damaging hit* were needed 'die Tiger inlield did Koine fast work in the pinches, mid saved Tipton in several Instance*, TV Spiders atari el ,iff well, and tallied line in Hie lirst Iraine, on singles liy I'll I, Croseley-, mul Cmior. The Tigers tied i Hie scire in th* -cenml. and ill Hie lliil'd not in Cox's offering* for four hits, which, coupled with an errnr, gave...
ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
Bj permission ol the Pnoulty, o local organisation to b* known us the Phi Delta Olnogfl tralcrnily, looking Inward- the scouring of a cliarter of th* 1 Bets That* PI I'lnterniiy, ha* been effected by the following student*: P. c. Adams. .1. T. Col.urn, W. T. Clements, 11. 11. Dowdy, I, M h.iinne, .1 11. P.,lent, i.. i) sncid, <;. i', smith, ami C M Turner, The oinmiiziilinii will he, in all respects, under (he supervision of the Faculty Committee on PrtUemitlos, ami will lie ri quired in contoiio io Ha rules governing the Inter-I'Vuloinif v ('omieil. Beth Thela I'l is one of Hie lemliliy. national fraternities, and was iii Richmond College for monj year* up to about ftftcen years ago. It count* among its alumni a liliinlii'r of ,i;,.:iiiiniushed men in pro- i"-imiiil mid business life in Richmond. The Inler-I'iiilcinii'. Coiincil mid the College nt laege welcome this new 0» , gnnlsatlon,
J. HOGE RICKS TO SPEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
J. HOGE RICKS TO SPEAK.
■I. Huge Kicks. Judg* ol the .luveiiile Court bi ihe civ, will address (he \ M «'. A. al 7:1."i I. M., May IMh. on so important features of this branch of work, Which will he of .special ii,i.■,<...! lo college This is the in .i regular meeting of the. Association for (his your, mul a (org* attendance is ds Irt d
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
The Richmond College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, SI .25 Per Year, in Advance. Singlo Copies, 5 Cents. Office: RoomA-13, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A. USUiX, Ji., - - BdITWHH-CBIM DBTBLLD KiOMl'Klt, / amistaht R A S 8 «»I .<~m.c:„,., BUSH! Itl.Alit, I ICVAN (iIKOTKHMAN, Aiwocuiu Kijiiiikh ISAAC DIOOB, J MANAOEMBNT, 1", W, KOHIS, - - UoaINMM Mir..„,i, BUtANOB coi'|,;nhavf,u,] P. O. I'KIIDLMC, I ~' „„. w„„. K. W, MIUJSR, JAbat. I»u«. Mima H. 0. WVATT. J All l„i .ll.i- .•■ ir.1,0.', ■ I,oulil be ~,l,i|, •■■, ,1 lo Dip IluvliißiH Mnn«*m. All othoi nntllurxahuulil , ,ii,u to 111, I ,lU,„ HI I'lll, I We .i.i.i.' be |ili.ie.i a to handle any iluilenti' ciiiiiiiiunk'Rtliinii with due couaideruiion. All un- tuned correnpondence will uot be pulillnlied. 1., ,i..... I v ei't'uml-i'litm, miillor Novembal 8, 1016,111 Illi'lVm Olli.'i'lll Iti.llllieniH'i.lli'Kll. V.1., unilor the Ait OfOoiwmiM Mim'h B, IMS. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1916.
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
Ml ■ \leo Imuiknci NWS I I al th« Collage Monday, Miss l.ahe l.cit h Visiting h*| Mi-.,. Mao Ml Mrs Gardner, ol Franklin, was al the College for the Pagearil Mis- Cordon, ol Covington, vlsltetl hor sister, Ml-Stella I'lirdi'ii, this w. el, Mi i Di.ioih. ~,;. ~', oiled home Sunday nioiuuii' Iwcoui I Hi,' death .it her mini Mrs. Billot, nf South Boston, WCU) the ion Ml of her daughter, Mi Ruth Elliott, I* I week. Mrs. Karne- m,d daughter, nl Coving- ton, wire the gits ot Mi... Virginia Kan,.- during the Pageant. Mrs, Jenkins, nl I rewe, was also a guest during the Pageant, she visited bar.daughter, Mi-- Bather Jenkins,
WESTHAMPTON FIELD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
WESTHAMPTON FIELD DAY.
April jsii, mv Flpld Day v Want- lininpiMii, and all Mir olji m lumed oul in full fojPM In rjnuko ll .'i In;' lUM'i ' Although, iis yet, \\V.illiMiM|ili)ii cannot hops to nompetc with the I'iilil Day in Rtchmund College, and though il rowd ,ii vi-ii an would imi Imva taxed the oapooitj nf iln' siinliuni, m can ill local bo* i •■<>«"■ I""' work done by the oon- twtooM The Sophomore* mm* off i" winnon on (.ho linn! hiMiri', holding *i s poinl*, v»jih I lie .liwiurs :il)il I'Vi'-ilniicn fallowing, Anderson ni.1,1. '.;."i |i,iiiiis, mul nirrici! nIT the laurel-. liy bet liiftli [tunp, llriulrr.-Miii madu 17 point*!, mul Gjirdnrtr 11.
CHARLES WOMACK CROWDER, JR., WEDS MISS GRACE WYATT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
CHARLES WOMACK CROWDER, JR., WEDS MISS GRACE WYATT.
Tin- following in,in-,' appeared in lust Thuradny'ii Mr I Irowdcr m* it member of the WIS lnw nliua of Bieli" iiiniiil (lollego, mul i« «iii known hen p "A linn 3 liniiii' wedding of to -i. thai "i Mi Oraoc W yattj dstighUir <if Mr and Mrs. \S ll \V.\aii, Jr., and (Iharlea Womiwk (iroWdei, Jr. il"' eero- ninny in lake plnon in iln- bride's honu), N'u. 3203 Moiiiiiui'iil iivi'iinr, al 7:;iO o'olook, the Ray, 1,1,.yil T, Wilson offl- oiating, Mi.-.< llelonn Wynll will attend lii'r Mat a* maid of honor, and th* gtOtmV* lu-si man Will I"' linililry ,! Crowd*!", 'I'lic (.'riii'iii-iiiiii :i:v X, P, Siliiiiiill .mil Vanu.iiah Cury, mul .1. Slrw- ail (iilinan \iill In- iii.i.l.t ol UOrOIIIonJCK. I.asi cvi'iiiiin a small reception wan given the bridal oartj and q fen additional gui it* hi th* bride* home, and included about (u*tj Intimate friend* and oiit-of- IliWll I
COLLAR AND TIE, PLEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
COLLAR AND TIE, PLEASE.
Tlir l.iliraiimi- have vm hin.lb mail.' ri,n,'i'.-.-ii,iiiK iii regal I! in I'liiiiini 1 iiiln ll»' library durini thin hut weather without your coat, imi they mual Initial I hal you on n,ii overlook youi dollar ami th, They wiah, thin malti t brought >" j out attention, a* ii I* a more or Iwa delicate ■IibJCQI for liii'in li' iiiriiliiui, an,l, ri'iill\, la aomiithing thai hum nol be overlooked, A visiuir entering the librarj mul Finding n Kruup nl inru there without collar and tie would not be very favorable lUr- pretagd I nave off coat, it you •feir ■'■•'■'''■■'•■•" ■'"• te!
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
STUDENTS! To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup At VIM. BY Atlas Specially Co., RICHMOND, VA. Second Baptist Chicli THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. Franklin and Adams Streets. SERVICES: 9:30 A. M. Bible School. 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Regular Worship. 8 P. M. Wednesday Prayer and Praise Service. —, , C. L. & H. L. DENOON Real Estate and Loans. 807 E. Mull) Street. RICHMOND, VA
— _ . — i U»B THE The Quick Line Between the Last and West. Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond. QTIHT Tfl-lUV $lo ° •'«"■ " ,I ' «■' a I Hit I•UUH I. cou „ t you , v 6 |,„ en p„|. lint oil no long. Cnmn l„ ,|,iv and atari, and you wllTiuivf-r (cjrtt It. Tbruu par cant, cuninmiiul Interail paiil on Savina Accounts. MERCHANTS NATIONAL. BANK, "*iA|f|\HT lOH HAVIBUUi." urn R. Main St., RICHMOND, VA- STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, - 9:30 A.M. I Preaching, 11 A.M.andBP. M. i B. Y. P. U. - - - 7P. M, Homei...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every render of the " Collegian " is interested in nuking Richmond College a stronger and better College, Much of tills great tusk belongs to Trustees, Faculty, mid Alumni, but v lar(je part properly falls to the students of this session. The public does not yot realize the possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent beginning that has been made already. The public believes tho College is rich, and does not at all appreciate our need for more buildings, for larger endowment, for more scholarships. Perhaps you are enioying the benefit of a scholarship. Let your acquaintances know what it means to you, and that probably two more good ttadentl from your county would be here if scholarships could be provided them. The College is a great philanthropy. Its officers desire to extend its benefits, but wish, at the same time, to improve the quality of the advantages offered to students. Tho public accepts the students as representatives of the College. Com- mend th...
SPIDERS TAKE COUNT FROM JACKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
SPIDERS TAKE COUNT FROM JACKETS.
I (in Wednaaday, May 3d, the Spider* suffered ill-leal :,i Hi, i,.mil. nf Randolph- \la,',ni, in a thrilling eleven round fmc**, by a score ul ll in s. ll wee a (inn' bee forth* nml six Inning*; bill after thai Cox and Woodflu*ettled down and pitched ■■ superb hall, The Jacket* managed in: --rule in th* ninth, I vim; the ,'uiml i an,l i wim in th* eleventl D I ahoaator'a ! triple to laaiireimila single b,\ Mom, ! Tim Spider* go! a whirlwind rtart, | touching up Mar.-lnn lor ton liils nml I eight run* in the firsl FoUr in g», ami the game assumed th* appearan hel old rtoragt. bul tbi Jan] ol ■ 01 baok in the sixth frame wjd gol to I JplhTa offering* tor four hit*, whioh, Iritiupled 'villi n walk ami an error, netted i Haii live rims In the ninth they tied the noore, on single* bj Bavage, Lane* iter, and More, and finally won out In the eleventh, Joint, who started on the mound, | pitched good ball fur the ftrsi live bmlng*, j bill weakened in (l...
EXAMINATION SCHEDULE POSTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
EXAMINATION SCHEDULE POSTED.
The examination schedule hn* been posted, ami plaoes the date for the be- ginning of the regular examinations on \ Way B6tn, Th* Senior examlnatloni will I star! <»i Friday, the IBth.ajjd will continue i fur one week, after which the Senior* will have mi opportunity in naake upon) back work thai Is hanging ov« thoni, and i to meditate on the things th*l »1 Id have I n don* and those thai should never [liav* happened,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 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 1. W. EPFORD and FOSTER WITT.
Coach Dobson ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Equip- ment for Men and Women SweutetK, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. Every 'Varsity Team at Ri.hnuiul College Is outfitted by A. G, Spalding & Bros., which iiiei C-iiich has heon roiuotiontiug (or lon 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 Ple.no House In Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 MutUOj ..iiililiiiv. Oikian of VnttiiMA Baptists, Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It stands In tho old paths, hut does not eland still. It .iin wnlks therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STREET, The On...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 May 1916
The Mot lop. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINGS COLLEGIA!!: Now-a-days it's EatmorJlread American Bread j Baking Co. ■ THE s - GALESKI fiPTicAL co. ■ 9 Main and .„,._ - 23J tut I Li iii Mli to. *'*""* S "' m " 1 immh 4m «■■»■■■»■ 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, JVI. KOfcSlS*, flfteicbant bailor Suits and Pants Made to Order Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 208 W. Broad Street. RICHMOND, 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 & BftGBY, IReal Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES.
THIS WEEK MARKS THE FAREWELL ISSUE. EDITORS SURRENDER PLACES WITH BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 May 1916
THIS WEEK MARKS THE FAREWELL ISSUE.
EDITORS SURRENDER PLACES WITH BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE.
our iiei'pi'i',l i/,niiiiii mi oil., and not that our vvoi'l, may have marltod ■ such .iminleii.'i and Itruat Oui greetings to th« nmn WhO an' In -ur.'.i.l IM, am in-.! i,iii.- i.,1 the 'iiii'.-- a/c feel thoj
Ami now, niiiriuHy, we bid farewell \a nil, wishing for each, of you all the meoi and happiness the world has ta atore foi men who have grasped the manifold Opportlliiilii'.- Iliut nw nliiia mater ulToi'dn on ever) hand fft have endeavored to sorve Imt, through our columns, i,s un- ■t Hi i!\ mv] well im our limited ability wutiiti admit, mul in whatever nose or whatever measure we have succeeded pi failed, mv' heart and our intentions baye over held het foremost, May tl"' yaow bring tn tin' "Red and Blue" all honor mul glory, and mgjf her son* till Lho eurili with their u'iihl work* and initpiro men witli noble purpose, and ninj eiioh go in uiir tciii ni last, bearin...
VIRGINIA TECHS WIN FIRST BIG MEET. SPIDERS RUN CLOSE SECOND IN INITIAL INTERCOLLEGIATE AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 May 1916
VIRGINIA TECHS WIN FIRST BIG MEET.
SPIDERS RUN CLOSE SECOND IN INITIAL INTERCOLLEGIATE AFFAIR.
:v, i", i wj.,- i its, I itli'llliion.l College .lII,, " llonnoks 9 llaiupilmi-Miiliioy I The lira Vii'ninin Ililoi'i'iilli'Kiilte Tl'.'i''k Me. i, whinh was held under Ihe autrpl t ni lliel I Collegp, ,ii tin' stadium field, Saturday, m ■ o iuccoh In every -I'llsa of the word, rVthlotas, tnimed to ihe moment, representing all the rolli get in the Virginia [lltcrcoltegltttfl Athlolte \ 0,, ; , ii with tha exception of Ran- ili.l|ili-.M,'n'iiii, Imii'lii lii the liniidi for (lie glory mi.l honor »t tholr alma maters, and some wonderful t trdji wejej us- lalili-lii'il. Th,. \ iiv.nmi I'iiilel.i, With ' their healthy corps of spiked ihooarii il i, faiTieil nil' lilM lioinuv, while Hie Spider* ran thema gnoriaaoond, In the Held eveftta, daahae, and hunllea ii was a battle royal batflaan tha BpWotm ; mid Techs, with the Siilmniie- sooting ; inleniiilfenllv; hul it wii* the half find...
MANY MEN GET THEIR LETTERS. INTEREST GROWING IN TRACK ATHLETIC ELECTION YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 May 1916
MANY MEN GET THEIR LETTERS.
INTEREST GROWING IN TRACK ATHLETIC ELECTION YESTERDAY.
A: Die olotm of Ihe alhlelie season the Executive Committee, acting on the udviee nf the Conch, bestowed 'Vnralty letters on Ilm vmi.iii.. >ii,-ndiet - of the l.ase-li.'ill :in,| ttsek lemns, .■me,,i'.li,i W In eiistoin. Thii.-e who received their "R" in ha-,-l.iill are as follows! lllnukenship | ami Cmvon, .lolhif, Crosßfoy, I'm, Slsaon, 1 Clements, Liggan, Carter, Miller, Not> ! i ben, ami Manage' McDanal, Too number of track letters given this yetU i- -nun what larger Hum in Ilm past, Mini Indicates ilm beightaned interest I'.i'iiif. takl i' in flu- liranrli of -purl, nx imII as Hi.' -iii.l."- the spoil is baking. The following men were tdven their "It "i Durham, Snifilielil, I.iwiiiii, Kliyk, Cus- hy, .liihn,iiii, Taliaferro, liahlke, Qoode, and Parks The \llil,'lie A; 'isliun .luiion, held ve-lei,iu\ . cantO 100 late to admit nf returns being published here, but, from the iiiiii...
FIELD DAY WINDS UP ATHLETIC SEASON. DURHAM AGAIN WINS MEDAL LAST OF FIELD DAYS IS SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 May 1916
FIELD DAY WINDS UP ATHLETIC SEASON.
DURHAM AGAIN WINS MEDAL LAST OF FIELD DAYS IS SUCCESS.
Asa lilt inn olOßfl lii llm ytuir'.s nl lilelm.. | what \\ii- pomlblj ilm h.,i ni Richmond I College Plaid Days took pta in latri j M lay, All .1;,,-.- were satrpaadttd ,'iiin I li.'llln'.'l.i.'L, v.lien llii'i'imnt'. of ihe I .lav were begun, Theorowdol ipoatatoni because of the already lull »thlotie season, i peiliiip-, ami ihe gllghi waning »i athletic ! Inieresl In tha face m' appntanning exeml< nations. However, a fair n be* ol visitors were in ni, mill ihe moat was a very auJoyaWe md Interesting alTaii altogether, \ loading feature ol th a wai | I die presence of tlie ebarming young | ! ladies anting In their offlolal capacity as j S sponsor and maid of-honor, This Its! I ilieludeil Ilu following, WhO added meal ly j lo 111.' -u,vr .. ~| |1„, svetltl o'pmi or. MitW \ Helen Si.ul,e: MniiU-nl'-llnniii', Mi.<H Melon Soheror, \li- Latin Wright, and \li- I'lilali,. Ilillimd ...