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WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 May 1916
\li haime- V. IsOU WOOI hoi,,, foi thi weel ' ad ' , .-'mi,lav with I \, VudrCJ I'olonna -pent ilm week end in I'uiki" ilia \a \|i l.illi'in Kol.erlson spent Baturd«) and .''iimia.' w uh fricndl m Hi.111111111.1. Mi.-se- Mary < 'lay, Sore Thomas, ami .luh.t ('..own wore I'.ui'st of Mrs. Charles Smith i.ii Harm aivci, Friday hlftht, Mm. ,"ar, I'lmma w:, I * ilamnl .1 a li<>\ |IOrt) nl tlm \,;..1.am "ediu'diiy I maliiicc
COLLEGE PLAYERS AT WOMAN'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 May 1916
COLLEGE PLAYERS AT WOMAN'S CLUB.
'I'liu following waa taken Iron) tha itirlinmiiii 'I'm,, i<t \patof ol Tuesday, May I'itli. ■A large mill iMiihu.i:, -i v- audience, ol innnlii'is iiml gUIMUt, lillril flu' tlllili- I torimn of the vVoimwi'B Club lft»t cvi n Inn for the preaentfttlon ol "MitUum- nirr Night's Dream," which was given i,, eyaral students ol VVosthaninlon College, under the direction "l Dean Keller, I lit- v, v the tame plaj tfj t n ~ uooesaftjU] bj the itudonts during tlie ShaJttwpeatann Pageant, and tit" ui'inis wore received with a round <>f :i|i|iliium- Th* iliiiinn \Mis UuUliftllly rendered (tod the student* who took pari in the piny showed a graal deal of lejonl and iiriiiuutii' ability, "Mrs, •!■ C. Metcalf was Bhainnan ol tin- aveninj Mid tha usual reception followed tliu nrogram, " Aiimhih those taking pari were Ml ne l-.nul-, tin 11.1. Blade Blair, BlleaWh Oainoa, ttufch Elliott, Mary Morris, Esther Jt vi ins, Mildred Lewie, Ratelle Ki:ui|ii",\ i...
THE STRAWS THAT SHOWED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 May 1916
THE STRAWS THAT SHOWED.
Mot hot • ' Do you think thai young man has matrimonial Intenl lon •. bvj dearl Duughter "1 certainly do ( tnamma il,, tuni in oonvlnoi me lasl miriit thai 1 looked prettlor In thai two-gulnoa hal than in the thr«a»gufnnh one " Scraps. XinuiM, i i ' "i than lorming n hnWl of Urdineas, Bverj tit v allow youreall to bi late you make II i a lie lvii' again, Nhu will have to work for uluil >.in pi in flu.- wiiflil, mill probably in the next. Luck never made any man suoct ful,
ONE MORE ATROCITY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 May 1916
ONE MORE ATROCITY.
Ami thru the Clermnns charged, . :mil thy i'.i|>tiuii shouted, 'Bhool ul Hill,' unit l shouted, 'Which one la he! \i,'i then iin- tool aw omy I an ' l not* I riiti't pi in anj more." Hartard Lampoon. ",\lv,>lii|>," he said, "wWtsomeeo dny, With riilit'Min iii*iiolil for me." lie tal his heel sin drift uwuv What UmelwvrtitehadbaMdetheaea, Wlmn age hnd made him blind and weak ilu wondered al Ihe long delay; The reason was not fur to seek He'd never ienl n ihipaway, S E Kirn
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 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. Every 'Varsity Team nt Richmond Colleuo Is outfitted by A. G. Spalding 4 Bros., which firm Conch has been representing tor ten years. Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music. Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only One-Prlco Piano House in Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. ( )\u\w ot' Viihiinia Baptist*, Subscription, $2.00 a Year. 11 i,imil. in the old paths, but does not stand •till. It else walks llioreln, SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STREET. Ifie Only Pra...
HOUSE WARMING AT THE REFECTORY. GET ACQUAINTED PARTY THOROUGHLY ENJOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
HOUSE WARMING AT THE REFECTORY.
GET ACQUAINTED PARTY THOROUGHLY ENJOYED.
in .a- a hugs bunch ol students uti |* .nl ii- ivcll as a goodly nuni- i.er oi' the Kami! y, together with *cv* .•ml pastors of the city churches, Inolml- mi ii.-.. Mviiaioei. VV'iJifon and Hall, ' til* dJnVIJg hall and lobby were dec • null,l with thi Ilegc colors, and pen* iniiitf v, festooned from sVsrj corner uml lighl iii.ni.i't. Punch was served, w,n, Heine*, Mrs. Meteeli uml Mr*, bov- lie; I iililij.' nor the l.ou 1..,, Ice iivum uml coke we* then pawed around. I he reception w»* given In nrdw i but nil Hi,- student* mlghl gel acquainted With each other, ami uilli the college niiiriais. Knell .mi- prwwnl was required to write tii« name on a slip ..i paper and pin it on his lapei, ii:i!i. making "I it a delightfully Informal affair, which every"! one enjoyed to tic utmost, Ihe hoys ended the evening 93 tinging the old 1 I,.ii songs iiiei giving yells for illvars ami Mind*] persons anil thing*,...
ALUMNI NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
W. K. Dm i, im. in. luv* aeeepted s position in- secrefcnrj of the V. \i p, A i,i \ . Mi I mil i- >il"> tmi.'liiii,. nl Hull 111-fllllflnll. .). a. i mil i 'in battel known ai "Nick," i- in ih.. i'iiy now, iii the ca |ini'iiy nf manager fm The Htata Jour nul, edited by AIM J, FiebJ. It 1* a , klj mirror oil Virginia life, and baa ii.'.-ii called Hi.' Lie mul Digest of Vir ;:iiiiii. Th* paper I* yel in n- InfejieyJ im! ni' predict that ii will I'v.'iiiniiiix 1,.' Hm medium t)»rough whloJi tin. <iii- question "Sick •" aWllty to make n; '" ■ "' It. .1. \. i,,..ii,'. ir, in is working mi the Richmond Evening Journal now, and to seen mi the campus every fe* dftyat, Russell Bowlea, 'l->. U vir) ill with typhoid mul liv- I ii for -m.'ml .i.,,i - Hi is ni im- home on Btuarl avenue. A. 'i. Kiiv.angel) 'It, ha* itjrstpaed a position ,i- ~, uiii'tni' ii i iiiiHiiun Train. Ing Si'linnl. •Hnr" \v,ii,,in, '!,>, I* iii Chatham rrnlning School Again thi* ym, r, C, ...
NEW SEMESTER OPENED FORMALLY. PROMINENT SPEAKERS ADDRESS A CROWDED AUDITORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
NEW SEMESTER OPENED FORMALLY.
PROMINENT SPEAKERS ADDRESS A CROWDED AUDITORIUM.
ii.i M lay Hie imli the formal open 'in- nl Richmond ni.d Westhampton Cui< Ii i wee IteM In the auditorium to s psi , t in.i s*, comprising til., entire i. ,i -in h riiss "i the two Institution* .mil .1 iiiiiul' t i,..0,i . t'oi.i ilim nlty I' .■.. atl e:.lliuM:,-l|i' nmlil idle I With loyeltj uml ill-ins iii Greater Btehmtmd ■nl i>ge, .mil iin- spplauw to iin- state mi hi- ~i growth and future ml 11«- hb in,.ii.hi- were heart) and sustained ' iin services were eg I with an In- ..„■ ,to 111, l(,-l 111, Wyi one ot Iths oidesl gt oi ■ !'•"- it liiriii.iiuiii '-I lege, mi' i whleh l)r, ituiiiw.i.Miit followed with ii fee heart; remarks ol welcome. lie then Introduced tin Preeidenl of H" Board »i Trustees, 4. Tayloi IBlyeon, wb i welcomed the student* from thq tru« laiiilpniiii. Tiien the principal ijM il w of ii.. tnorulbg Df, Rdwsrd ,i,. i~: i h,. Union l 1..-..1.. -~ ~1 farcin ..1... foll...
PARTY AT WESTHAMPTON NOVEL ENTRTAINMENT GIVEN BY Y. W. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
PARTY AT WESTHAMPTON
NOVEL ENTRTAINMENT GIVEN BY Y. W. C. A.
.it Wcslliiiinpt.ui W*S ll ''I I the .n1,,,! ..n ti'Mt aide of the lui'C. This We* tin \. w. f. A reception given to the ih-m girls, Whet) al sigh! o'clock all I i.p.i tin- dining room, each ...,, v 11, v Him,i rat, the) totted a verj Interesting tool Ing stage a| i end, ' '~„|, IC'Mllll.".:' llllCH'll llM.lill'l lllg nl il intain. sniiiii'ir.N He ii - .".ii i curtains war* drawn, end s roiee Issuing Irow behind t!-i-id announced thai I h* audlei Wu» la witness ii '. ■> wonderful moving pic- ture show, entitled "Thi M,.-i...ir.i nutt *.- Ml»fortuni I Mehltabel Morris." Al- mas) niinieili.il'-l;. ll>" reel began, nail hi turn the verj distinguished member* oil ii,,. i.,.,;. Millet John >, Wis* Bits*- bctli i,inn,".. Mi"-. i."i-' Rogers, Kiioiy i.iml Mi- Prance* Woodson, annul i, SUphOMOM m:i-col, I'rcie, '10. ii,, ~,„iien,'i was kepi In an uproar , „'■ iin whole real an uproar wttioti i liarlie Chaplin ...
RAY WRIGHT PASSES AWAY FORMER STUDENT SUCCUMBS TO TYPHOID. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
RAY WRIGHT PASSES AWAY
FORMER STUDENT SUCCUMBS TO TYPHOID.
Wajai...... with antra* «oi an in ~|i death "I' Eta] W rig it trs Ii o* uurra i tha 17th iii Augiiel at Spartan* " 8(. Intending to coma bach: and ttnlali Ida eoureo, in- left n* la*< *in< Mi., bin i",m,iii.iiii,in». mul went wi '■ lid uiu'i,. i,> work iii ii lumber catnip al Cell I'mi."i, fit i. wi, working foi i i .... v.-,.;., he ctmtrai tad typhoM and ,vberj mi.'i .iiiiml i month - lllnwai i ' lied, He ».'- buried mi th* Wth at th* old imiii" burial | nd, vVrlghl ■ I hi) oh Caroline C ty. H aol hi* I"■ ■■ I I I were pn ml and tteti il i pall I , They n■~ ( 1 I'l'.niiiiiii. Throcl in..-I,ni. i,,u In r rr«», I'il' I'l'illlul ! mul l.nullllill. All ol :ii ■ old men re mbei Ray, and iin »harp i nl regtel at th port i iii ;j p oved iinii he bad won a .i,.mil. groeloi i, luiihi ii i.ii.l ."'■ oui '«,' nil learned to love thoa* qualitle*, mul will mlw hi* shea fnl giwttti(| and imlle. il.. vviih ii i.imi ni...
TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR RATS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR RATS
i. im. .1,1,11 «,',".',. regulation cups | mi 'im 'l.i. mul wear them Mini, Hi.. !.iui|u- and tn nil athletic evs iti : I ' j ■>.. \; the Refectory and Pdel f)«| i [ i:,r . •;,,!! twain to the rear al all [inn, i| Hi,., ■'.! ,|l ii,,l l(| |.i li, ml -...ii i jut Hiu itefactory, mul When, ask* I i" pOUr H'" WI Hi 1 -lii'l ,|n SCI Mill; ■i,i' i,i i ii, .. i| , jiv seated ,111.1,1 II .liiimliiil: ! 'i. Dndei H nl penally, 4 Bat* Imust go over in ill* Wo mm. «. .| • -' ■ nmpahl •! by an upper i (. Rata imi'-i willing!) »n I phei riulty ntiawar the cal's •I an eppei busmen Ju1,.,, „,i,,i to do i' at la 5, nun,'-, derbl I ■ a tie strict' |ly forbidden. | ii, Rats shall attend nil athletic ml- lie*, V. Kill- ..I,nil im: entt ml" Hi., rrjom* [ol .in ii|'|i.r classman without limi kl k illji. I H. Rat* shall regti&rlj take bath* ii' . other day, using cold water only, ! nl' Ii |i "I illllll,"ii;'li'l> Mil,.- M.11.l ' nf iiiu committee I'm Inapt i • "...
FOOTBALL OUTLOOK VERY DISCOURAGING NINE LETTER MEN LOST TO THE TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
FOOTBALL OUTLOOK VERY DISCOURAGING
NINE LETTER MEN LOST TO THE TEAM.
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CHANGES IN OUR FACULTY [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
CHANGES IN OUR FACULTY
Inability to onnot the totial nnmbi registered before tin- Usuti went to ,i,.'s,i. I, Will I-' HI. 11,,,,-.,.", A- might be expected, there are some .■I ties in ii„. faculty, Hi. Bugane C. : Bingham baa resigned to acwpl ii hah Of I'lii-imsiii in l,al'a\,il' Collegl , IVim ■ 'in.nia, ,111.1 tiie va.-m ,a has been (Hied aj 'In- appointment 0, i). k p. vvtghi ■ii.in, tmin. i !> chmntel el the British Anu-rii-iiii ('ht-imciil Coinpnin. 01 N, i.iii,. Dr. Wlghtmatt Is s gra luati nl Richmond I nltege. He una his doctor's degree el tfi - Johns Hopkins [lijlversjftj nt whleh place i" 1 was nl-" in ni.i.ir in ihi'iiii-ii.i for twe win" ,ii,.i ,ii.. negiS p -ciireli assistant, lb lai.'
taught in U'liHliiiiHtiin I uiii'iHily lit St., | l.iillis. Ilr. Aiiili-ixini. nl I In- ili>|>iii'inii'iit nl I Itiitprj mul political Balance, I* giving a areal ilea) ol 111* time to tha Olvl* A« i Boolatlon vi' llii'liniiinii 11- It* axeouttve] secretary, Becaua* o...
GREETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
The new managamenl of Tim Collegian extend* |nmrty greeting* and best wishes to everyone. We tak* ihiM means sud .i.iii.mii in welcome eapaololly the Ilm-,' In Whom as yet Ihe strung,.- ne— vi ihe new lurroundinga nave nut enliieli limn, off. There will Im iimny unavoidable Inoonvetilanoa* and Might troubles, bul remember Unit the path will grow smootlier in a short while mil wu are going to try through these eol< nnins In help you mil ill whatever way we are able. This is J r Heboid mid your paper, mul you have ot should ink.' n pari in every ,it her phase nf soilage ne In Ml, si, make yiimselves nl Inline, mi,l gq iii ii. \\'e gladly welcome t»i<l< to the old Red mul mv,' mill nil the old man, and wu promise in give them in these effort* ihe vorj best ilmt we have in us. We Itro going In try In niiike Ibis, your papar in a closer sense ,if the word than simply your college paper, for we wmit ,w,ii tn take n personal Intel**! in it. \\'e wnni your opinion* ...
WELCOME-MR BURNETT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
We) i" liii'iimoiiii College. Mr, Knruetl I Though .1011 lone licen with iin lens I linn I \vn wi'.'l.H, >el we me thankful. We arc thankful Aral tor ion yourselfi we are thankful agnln tor iin- true home al iiiicplieie villi winch yOU have lllleil Ibe balls ol tile rsfectorj lie are tluniMiil unci- unit,- lor I lie 01 novation* a/ltlcb you Itavc Intiwduoad, Vt.ll arc llllli-ll 100 llli.ilent In he up tin discussion, We shall pass on in the "home atmosphere" wkleh rou bays eivale.l. It in a niliall thing, •"'ni'iij-U, lo lack) it i» a grcal thing to have, In tangible ihoucji it nutj ha, Ami i»>» bine you cieatcil Umi feeling, Mr. liar net (| Why, by placing In bus lobby i big druggcl .a wineii our feel sink flow* restfullj i bj putting In this same lobby, nun- bar*, a librarj laiiic iimi suggests nothing no niiicli as Hie lilaui.i lahli' at homoi hy hanging tlio walls taatafully with pi-iiniiiili. uml hiiiiiieiii uml '.Ileum srs and suoli. You seem to...
VESPER SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
Beginning with next Sunday there will in- vesper services hold in the auditorium at iin. o'clock, and mi saoh Sunday thereafter, These services only lest an hour, and me exceedingly, sttraotivs tin alternate Sundays tnora will in- musical neni ~ which me treat*, and mi die oilier Sundays, prominent men viii give talk*. Tbi' Institution has b i going on for two yean, and has proven il SUCOBSS, However, lln," is a tendency f.ii attendance to tall short at limes, nnd thel* i» "c exnine I'm Ibis. The addresses uml singing me always enjoyable, uml surely we mm give one hour to them. It is not altogether a PeUgioU* service, ami if you will --el ill (lie habit of U.iiitll' yuil WOUldn'l lllinn il I'm- anything. It in in f our COllflge activities, and we all should have s gh pride In mir Institution not to b'l it uo ilnwn. We ..Mi. ii iii mo'iiives tn i>,. preaont, uml to bring someone wiih v.* when we com* When ciillel upon to Inii'h the fo.ili.all some.
HIP-POCKET ESSAY. DANCING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
HIP-POCKET ESSAY. DANCING.
Dancing is the only legitimate tneans of hugging another man's wife in lilh presence. Everyone dunce* nowaday* as- cept one-legged men and tire Means* (preacher*). Eve originated vi* tiuike damn in the Garden „f Bdeo, and Wil- liam and Vuiii learned it lust year. Throughout the pa*l age* the particlp* tor* of the dmice havi' been drawing closer to each other mil II now I buy 01* ■topped only by that Inexorable In a of
plij ah i m iin h m.ill-, i ii.H mo iiuiiii i .'iiiiiiU iiivap) Hie Mini,, spade ill the -lime lilne. Tile ilnlli'c „f ..111 cjllllil' oiiillieri, wiiK i, ii...1, ibnlanl, slow uiiii' net. in itliiili he! piiiliii'i only liuielic.l Iter bands m long Intervals, i « he grabs I"" with an Insulunus grape rlna, I all Nelson uml liniiiiiiei lack, ami the.* whirl across tint il<> t a break iwofc ■|i-."I. ii.iii-. ami feci Hum.. tlkfl a J mi,Hier liiililmi'il „.. llic wash line in n Ueroh wind storm. Back in the moun- tains Hie buck...
A HEINOUS ATROCITY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
A HEINOUS ATROCITY.
On Trillin ntglll th* 16th, when Ihe va*l sepulchral "hades had aettjod Sown, mul ihe ghost* of departed Rata wore wending their myattt way* oVar the pniii- through the dimly lighted eorrl. dors, when (be ficahmen nflei n weary Lay of iimicieiiiiitioii ami homealeknha* iin.l. with (ear ami trembling, timidly retired mul pulled Hm blanket* up over their h< mis, there Maidenly mn*e n clamor, a rumbling, a roaring, a crash' Irtg, a' lun-iiiiie blood-curdling, unearthly yelling. Then enine n lull, a silence in,,i,' horrible mul fraught with greater itiinu. danger* tluui the former oui break, Horror-stricken Bnd hardly dor. ing in breathe, ihe Km- lay. itralnlng ey nut aars In thai ■oppranalv* tlark> lies-. Than again burst thai hoinhb' in i"nomm redoubled, hoarse, fearful ami beyond i prehension. Hmduall) from mv that babel of chaotic sound bnrai a long wailing cry, gathering momentum mi,l distinctness ni .null ieeond until the walls mid in,inning pine-to...
SEEN IN A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916
SEEN IN A DAY.
By R. T. C.
•"' thO Pietli-t iimi g neat rumpuses we have ovor known, due to 'I" bwlom effort* t superintend' .•in "i m ids' and building*, A fi.'-liiiniii who iielnnlly mliuitfcd lint be rum. in,in \nhlan.l uml who nnlsc.l for Unit's "Bsaenee" of Bngilsh Composition. A inn. . iiil man wilb children standing mi iin- Stadium nail baying at ihe moon in n way thai unlit have mail" nonie bound Jealous, ,V erne', n BJOSI cruel, sophomore win. walked into the Dean's outer offle* when it WBS i-ii'Uile.l With "rain" uml n | ■ lin'tch became nest in line. Si\ tc'lnws sleeping in on.- room. Most >f i 1... sleeping w.m being don* mi the tloor. Aii enlarged uml much Improved Stu- dent Shop with our old Irii-ml of many verbal buttles, "Stein," al the helm, lie told n- that be was making Inn usual small profit. a freshman who though) * certain ""iilh'imiii had ha.l one too many lie- i-ae-c the (ji-iitleiiiiiu c* Iflto a i"-c- M if tie dormitory mid yelled, "il. Joy* ...