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ELMER W. SYDNOR IS GIVEN COLLEGE JOB Columbia University Graduate Becomes Wake Forest Instructor. Other News. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916

ELMER W. SYDNOR IS GIVEN COLLEGE JOB

Columbia University Graduate Becomes Wake Forest Instructor. Other News.

Elmer W, Sydimr. nf 1600 Hull slice!, 1,..- i, ii i.,i Wake Kmi Ooltoga, near I; iiiMi'ii. si,, in a pi tha position Of Instruction in <;111 am 11 ami English for flu. 1910.17 aaarion, Mr. Sylnor received hi- higher edu- ction in ilii'iim.uid ( allege, and I'olnni hill University, il"' degree nf bachelor of art* wa* bestowed on bin by Rub- llliuiil College, while in ('oluniliia I'm varsity he won high honora, being awarded Hm degree of truuaet of arts. lie is Ihe son of Mr. and Mia. It. I. Sydnor.

The l-jlilui-inChief of (he Collegian: Will y.in mil nil,,ii me just a bit of -pnce in your Hist issue, while Ihe mat im !■< -nil i.esii in my memory, to *»■ preu appreciation of the splendid w*j n> which letters ware forwarded by our Collega p'Hl-ofliee during the -iiiuinei' ii leant* to ma that i waul off and failed to leave my lummer addr*** with Ml. l...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond Coileg* and Westhampton CellSga Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Subscription, $1.35 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. OFFICE A>2 JETER HALL BDITORIAL BOARD 11. M. Sutherland, Editor-iu-Chiel, Elizabeth Love I . , PJi . .-,,, , v 1 ~ , Ant. Edilori-m-Uiel ft. I. l-olcmnn J Eleanor McCarthy ) Ramon D. o*lolB A ~,-,., 1 ~ 1, . , } Auociate hill on Juinci 1 1, lotret ( J. E. Uunlord ) MANAGEMENT G. W. Miller, Uutineii Manager M. I. Sptce* I K. K. CfttptU / Aw't. Butinett Marmgcri 11. A. Rittssll J All business matters should he ad- it, cssnl in the Businss* Manager, All nil ci matters should come to the Editor- in Chief, We shall be pleased to handle any s'liiiicnis' communications with due cou- '.nli-ialiiui. All unsigned correspondence will not be pttbliohed. FRIDAY, SKPTEMBKR la, 191b.

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THE WHY OF THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916

THE WHY OF THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.

Tod*) 'Hen me u-ing Hie inlernigii. lion in a very helpful way liv daring io question Institution*, custom* and ui.,,'nes mid requiring a olasr-cul tea lOn I"I tlliil "\l-lellee. 'I'll;. Why ol ilu' loiin,.. m.h'm rhin.ii.in ,\ — .I.laiion niiiy have occurred to many mau antoi ing College I hi- year, and I lie AJSSOcI* liiil devoutly hope, ilmi il Inn, .... lb;,I every inn ii in College maj khovi whal II si:imis for nnd nieiiu-. Tin- real Why is tied up with Ibe question I Win h;n i- lull come to Colleger The mi-uei Is piesiinuilily In obtain a collet;,. BllltOfl linn, ami to be nine Mm Hill gel -i,in,' iiimwiedL'e of Mathematics, History, l.iilin, .'li',. possibly ii Inii -nu.l ui.ni ot ymir Importance in the universe, and uu ,r less ~f iimi iiniiii.|iii,.|,' called Qetlaga "Kuiim " iim if tin,-,,, i 11 ),,ii mc to get, ion '"iii well raise th" question Are they worth Hie price thai y.ni and othaT* mc paying in money. effort, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916

-■' %S&*NEW STAR"™*®!™. MANUFACTURED ItY Baughman Stationery Company i hi i ■ i . , _ WHAT KILL BE YOUR LIFE WORK? Oi a Yale graduating ,l«i>, • omifMiiinn ol IB leading occupation! ihixvallmllliuiw who engaged in lilr iniurance made tn* largeii income during ibe period ul 5 yean. There ii no better Company to reptcaenl (hun trie IVnn Mutual, one nf the olrleil, largeit and beil-known in the world--70 yeiui old, $700,000,000.00 iniunncc-in- lore*—»175,000,000.00 aunt*. Alwayi opening. l„i hi..l In., DIGGS & MOSELEY, General Agents E, S. DusPortas, Cashier 6Q4-60r>iiO(i Mutual Ituitdinu. RICHMOND, VA.

POLLARD 8 BAGBY, Inc. REAL ESTATE RENTS LOANS SALES RENU REMINGTON STANDARDTYPEW. ITER ;It will help you in your achaol work. TKHMS I $3.00 per month, J ineiilU, $7Mi payable in advance, ! REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. (110 K. MAIN ST HI ■ liT I. W. BlUil, I«al Ainl I SOMAS BALL. B 7 Phone Han. 4810, M. Zaslavtky, Prop CENTRAL SHOE REPAIRING CO. I ii si Claea Mm, Repairin...

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WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916

WESTHAMPTON NOTES.

Mi-s Taylor, who baa b i "manes in"" u,".iliiiiiipiini for two year*, Is now trying her hniul mi I.yin \l.i\n Tmuiiiiii of Baltimore Is the proeeni Bcrelarj to tin Dean, Mi tMilli \"lil.i| ' Ihe 'IS ,'lann in teaching nt FJopowelt, \h Mm in el .In men linn ri'lliupiinhcd ber "big stick" and Is teaching English at iimi.ii.i Junior High, Miss Prances fllassell, 18, Is m I I ant principal nl Stony I'oim High School. Mi— Kniiiiceii Uland, mi" ni in-' year's graduates, is teaching Science al Waver- ly. Vu. Misses l.iK'ii" ii. I I. .Maiimi Stone- man and Mabel Umuloraon have also Joined tin i aching corps from We-' Miss Elisabeth Duval boa returned to College after n year's abeonoi Mi- Margarel Wallsratetn is at the Unlvorsitj oi I hleago ibis year. M • flrover, matron, is a new addition in Hie Cnllogs, Misses Beatrice Taagufl and Clraca Bar llmlmiiew are with Misn liiii'tlinlumew this week. Misses limy ami lli.nloo l„n c pur phased an eloganl study lamp, which th...

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PERSONALS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916

PERSONALS.

"1i,,,'" ciinii'i, Parry Mitchell, tiny M, \,',i, J«cl Clwnenta, 11. 0, Wfatl mul otbera "in- around on the oanipua last week hunting up old friend*. They will attend whonl elaewhere tli'n- yaar. I "Pete" Perdue, "Joe" vTIUa, "Cliiok" Blankingahlp mul "Mn.'" Coebj m with i in- Richmond Blue* al Camp Stuarl lighting nioßquitoaa and boiled cabbage "Taay" h.i.ml. ii,,' oompcalt* ihadoei of Demorthene*, Don .hum mul George Ail,. ii- lifting iii.it'i tha dark clouda ol Ignor mi,'.', mul apreadlng tha Kiniliirlit of knowledge around Gardner, Virginia, i„ m. I'uir is railroading oui "f niuo- Hi'l,l ilii< year mul will nut return tn col lege. <l. B< Mi'N.'il, who wiih willi u» tor n pari ~i laat weak, baa entered v. r. i., where in- win purine i aoura* in engi- neering mul football. 11. i.. MiliMiunii. i,iiiii'ii.|iliiii'H enter Ing tin- medical dapartmenl ol the l'ni wi ii v "I IVniiHvlvtiniii in n week or so, '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916

■mini 11 «■ ■win ■■■■« I Cottrell & Cooke . . PRINTERS . . I No, 8 GOVERNOR sireet A iMAN WORTH WHILE Proving foi Disability, it sav- ings account, a foundation for Ivisincas. j SER "CHICK" Up Tins what you nerd—Guar- anteed Low Cost Life Insur- aiic.c---Accident, Health and Liability Insurance. j. ft, wont)WAR!) HIKt Muluiil in,,1,1i.ir Traveler* Inaurane* Co, Mud. «:tot> START ralfSH^ hei'ii i iilliii|t nil' Hit Iniin. CiiiU! Indny and start, nmt you will never regret it. Tlinv orr cent, ooo> pound loterMl paid on Bavltlg Ace iitiitn. MERCHANTS NATIONAL HANK "Snfi-iit (or S»vlr««" 1101 H. MiilnSl. RICHMOND, VA, The Store That Satisfies Talman Auto Supply Company '-.' , , ■ ■-.', i. •■ nnd Snptilli ,- -629 East Main Street Grant Drug Co. Seventh an J Broad Streeto OPEN ALL NIGHT WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON DRUGS

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 September 1916

RICHMOND COLLEGE Every reader ol ii,,- "Oolleglo.ia" lahttareatod In malting Rlchmoad Ooltoga ii HlrniiU'i liinlli/'lter 0>ll*g». Mur-li ol tl>i« ureal talk belong* I > Trusted, Faculty, mul Minimi, lint, a laruo pnrt properly inlli, tn the Hiiiilenin of iluh melon. The public doe* nol yet rattUm the pcsmbflitloe of our new locution, nm tha axcollanl imginniiiK ilist inn, coon ttiado already, 'ilm public brllive* the College is rich, tuna il'xis not ut, all appreciate our new fur mora bulldlnga, for larger wiaowmont, (or more icholarablp*, perhapa you am enjoying tba banofit of a sobolsrahlp, l/,t your ai'iiuiiiiiimu'VH know what it nuwil W VOtl, niui Unit probably two nmrß good atudoitt* frnin ymir eniiniy would iw here if Bclioatrablp* could iw proi iiiiml toiam. Tlie Oolloge is n ureiii philanthropy, li* officer* desire to oxtend lie batuflto, bul wiili. «i dm tamo lime, to Improve tha quality of tbe nilvimtaai'H offered to sliiilentH. The pnlilie BCOeptt theßtudsttt*M r...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS

The Richmond Collegian

Vol. 111.

RICHMOND COLLEGE AND WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1910,

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Y. M. C. A. HOLDS SOCIAL EVENING LARGE CROWD HEARS MANY PROMINENT SPEAKERS IN AUDITORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

Y. M. C. A. HOLDS SOCIAL EVENING

LARGE CROWD HEARS MANY PROM INENT SPEAKERS IN AUDITORIUM.

A 010*1 enjoyable sne'iil e\cul WU\ pulled oir on Tuesday umht of last. week when the V, Ui 0, A. gSVS it« lirsl "(Social" of the present session, our special KlU'klh wcic (lie \\ est liiimploil 1 Collage nirlH, An Instructive and at- tractive program was rsndsrsd, Miss Kiorenec Siniih greatly pleased the audl< snot with ii violin solo, The quartette iKiiiHlsiiiiK ot Mcs.rs. t.cHii,., Carter, Dun ford and Wicker, gSVS iih SSVeTOI "f iheir spies selections. The meeting was opened by President llnrrun, who gave the formal Mrsloomt tn the new students). Inviting them to stmt life aright by lining themselves up with tits V. M. C A. nl (he lirsl oppor- tiniiiy. Kin Interesting talk was foi- lowed by Bey, Q A. Jsnklns, of OaU vary Baptist ("lunch, wlm gaYS I short, hill intensely IntsrSSting talk on tin' "Spiritual side of College i.ifc" He (MS followed by Couch Doli who spoke Of the ...

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ALUMNI NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

ALUMNI NOTES

Quite n number of the old men will attend the Isiuisville Seminary this fall. among them me: \V. T. llnlstend, '14. A, It. CnilKree, I*)| W, \V. Hamilton, II: Norllect (bird ', 'I.".; "Doc" Con ley, 'Id. (,'. M, Parolvai, '11, is now in the e»< ploy of the Pittsburg Klour Cotnpanv, .unl is stationed at Minneapolis, Minn VAtJghn "wy, i/,, "League" n'l'lah- arty, 'Ift, and John J, Wicker, 'i... an barristers down in the bUllntSS -I ' ion of i he city, M. T. M le, 18, and Hyde Webster, '1.',, are teaching at l!ilifor,| High School Nick Thomas, I.', i■ teaching in the

Ili-lvedire School. Itichmond. Jam** Savage, 111. is principal of the lli;:l, School ill Wuhelield, Vn. \V. 11. I'.rannoch, lii. 11. I). \Y\ntt, '111, mni .1. 'I. Colhuru, 'lib will attend lhe seminary m OroslSr the coming season. Killoc Sliced, 'Id. is principal of Ihe Inrrett High School. Itnnvnie lliilklic. '111. who was s around on the campus ihe Aril part of Hie week, will cuter John* Hopki...

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FIRST SOCIAL EVENT OF SEASON AT WESTHAMPTON OLD GIRLS ENTERTAIN RATS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

FIRST SOCIAL EVENT OF SEASON AT WESTHAMPTON

OLD GIRLS ENTERTAIN RATS.

lhe WesDuiiliplon "Itats" iniide their formal ilciuii last Saturday nlghl al the Student tinvenuneiit reception (o (lie new girls. Th* three upper classes of Richmond Collage wee Invited, bul owing to the strictness of the "Ten Com- mandments' 1 across (lie lake, there was no opportunity for "rat" to meet "rat." In the dining room, decorated in Red ami Blue banner* mni pine Isuighs. the tables hail boeil removed and pretty little < c ,m- i'ii, tiers • t.il,lc ', ,1 with easy chairs mil -iv millions, Kneh gentleman drew iiis fnte from a hnsket eoutititiiii|{ the name* of all the fttrls. It now heeaine his dull lo sec that her "prom" card, a ted one with it spider sketched upon it, was tilled. After the grand match the new chis discovered with quite eniaslng in- tuition the various charms of the star- lit court and its ii'-i;-iii ■■ paths. Punch was served by nn elllcient COfpl of rufflc-gOIVDCd maids...

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THE LAW SCHOOL PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

THE LAW SCHOOL PROBLEM

j Much dissatisfaction )>mh bora e» pressed on the rumpus hy both ilea lileiiiie and law »tudeiil« over tlie recent elUsßge ill the Im'ih ' for classes in thi law School of Die collide from the humn lug to tin- afternoon. Two petitions bays tv forwarded to the Board of Malinger* of the law school asking lliem to return to the old schedule of morning lectures, one petition from the aeademle ittldentS and Ihe ullici In,in Ihe large majority of tim lav, students,

The enrollment in the law school litis never been very large and the Hoard of Malingers in an effort to increase the enrollment considered moving the law school hi town. This plan was rejected on the ground Dint the students in the law department would not in any isnse of the wold he Hichmoliil College men, except Hint the school would bear the Bam* Of OUt Aim* Mater nnd the fees [for enrollment ami tuition wonld go Into (he e\ch,„|iier of (he college. Ye( by ihe change to the afternoon sc...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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GRIDIRON WARRIORS OFF TO V.P.I FIRST GAME OF A STRENUOUS SCHEDULE PLAYED TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

GRIDIRON WARRIORS OFF TO V.P.I

FIRST GAME OF A STRENUOUS SCHEDULE PLAYED TOMORROW

Toni'dit Condi DuiiHoii umi Manager Sutherland, with » squad <> f ||l,ml twen tj tin- men, will leave to play the strong Tech squad at niacksburg on Saturday, V. V. I. has one of th) iit effUHenl teams in Ihe shite, ami a fini,l mime in aulici|i»lcil. I'umlieiipped l»J ths hir«e number of new men who will nndoubl edly lie Keen in the line-up, Ihere will only be three or fmir plays used, hil< Inrlne iii, peal week these have been dulled so often nml bard that they srs consummated with a skill and quick liens thai la bound to bring results, V. P, I„ however, llllii lieell oil the job since shout Sept. Kith, nml Is in excel- lent term. This will be eneli team's ini- tial Htruggle, and both lice uioiotiH for the fray, Kddie Itoden umi McNeil Will iii nil probability he lined up uftnlnnt their old team-mates. The K«iiie tomorrow Is the flint of the most strenuous schedule that him lined...

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COMPULSORY LITERARY SOCIETY ATTENDANCE NEW MOVEMENT ON FOOT, NOW IN STUDENT SENATE, TO BE REFERRED TO STUDENT BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

COMPULSORY LITERARY SOCIETY ATTENDANCE

NEW MOVEMENT ON FOOT, NOW IN STUDENT SENATE, TO BE REFERRED TO STUDENT BODY.

Ronliolng tbo Importonec and tin valuable training that only s lltorarj society c*/( give to the college man, a movement is now foot to compel each and eveiv stmlenl niter this sis si,hi to become, on entering school, an active i illu'i of either one of the feWO literary societies now nourishing here, As yet the literary tootety membership is purely Optional .and the warped mo! stii'lelii'd tmagtnotlotl ol many of us pleturc it os a Friday night confluence nl diisjicrs nml llookivornis. This l| cio phiitieiilly mil th ..'use, nml once you , attend ymi will return to the DOXI mccl i inc. The one thing thai causes our in difference to literary looietlee Is pure i Ignorance in regard to wbal ni»'- on in them, The lltersrj society itands lor those things that We come lo college I'm', ami I our beet men say thai the) have gotten more mil of the literary soctetfa...

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PAY UP OR QUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

PAY UP OR QUIT.

fellow-. «,■ me all indebted to the college tor so many things that il would be utterly Impossible to enumerate them. Yon will all bear us nut in this state in,nt. Sou, wbai are we giving In re- iiiin" iVom i!n letter* received by Dr, Boatwright In regard to boxing here, ll appears Unit :\v have -i „,|ril in ■ • i- ,11;• h-1 a pair .'i Murk cu-s. This ipie-iimi of linking ha- for the more Intense, until now il has rcnclc-.| ;> ,'lliiimx. I something definite v. ill have tn be done, Whon w* think it Over, 'liic-n'l il boll dO/Wfl tO the stole incut ihat we nave ovei itepped llt-i I- ~f hoitimnic i,mm.. Into the realm* ol iMiitnim i Th,- haaing ol ti |In sfter nlghl lod by a bunch of fel <■ of i liege, rubs the fur the rands, onrryjng trunkl, climbing trees mid dnging tongs I* (01 the mosl pari eond 'I bj the faculty and friends ol the School, ami there cm: nol he any mi iihjertiou- to such procedure, hi I ild we ttop therel We a Chris- linn college, i he,!...

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"START RIGHT." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

"START RIGHT."

ibe, often mm- those Word* spoken to 1 c hlcii ilmii ons is entering a new rule 111 life, ye: Ihey Cllllllol be -pok.ll 100 often, Dim iic the Is-1 I w , MroaltS iihoul one h-'udici nn,l twentj five men started i.'ir „i Rialtmoud Oollege n new role in it,-. Will each mo,, itari rigid I li is Mi ii iiiv-o mni tar oi speculation or »ur mis,-. There ar asnn* for this, anil the reason* sre Important. Lo in n Mice briefly a iciv ot these reason* mid the Importance nttaohed, Übci a man metWonlcto* >n college he I* Immedlstel) oheerved by the faculty, nnl -.imply those with whom ho works, hut the iMcelty group. Naturally the pro- I r* under ml,nnl a sttldeili works. in 1 better obanc* isi rvo his class- ami sscortaln whethet hi- observation* cease nl ths studenl leave- ih,, lecture loom. T! nrl) Impressions the faculty have "i ,1 nc« man will la*l and it's hard im change them in tome cases 11 ban",' is made, bul the .1»» i- ton Hm than the fii'idii are not the only ...

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ARS. BURNETT STAGES FIRST FOOTBALL GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

ARS. BURNETT STAGES FIRST FOOTBALL GAME.

The Brsl thnll gome of the pree- .■nt season uas not played on Siudiuui Field, "- is i many done, bui in the lobby nf the Refeotorj on Prtdftj evening, Mr«. Burnett wee coach, manager and referee al one ami Hie -amc lime. 'the llln sla'li'd When ihe came out lirlnxtng with her d big box thai was lieavj with pennul Hi iin- time the lobby wai id c I with a to the num 'of v hundred and then lome, All al mice Wre, Burpetl roaohed her lain,l i lie big bnv and the unilm ""I Hi" ' arnagii -tinted. Ever) man's I""' I *"' was Ids goal and i pea ii"t- he lured Into Hi" aforesaid pocks! the heller |,laier he WOO, I'emoit- showered front Mrs, Burnett's IMaW''"'' '"""'"" sll,n,,, rcd alike on tin' ■"■ fellow who was plunging neighbor'! legs to grasp thai ipber" umi the poor plana 1 over on the side I'm some R win iii-lea,l of p.inji after HHU! line j»rnud seraiulile. ids and |n -n is ni - tied iiiih

each 0i 1 ,,, „„ to which *•** to lib the ll...

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HIP-POCKET ESSAY. THE FLIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

HIP-POCKET ESSAY.

THE FLIRT.

| 'I'he llirt is. mid the iii'M minute she i mi She is a composite mixture of , smiles, eyes and unadulterated oussod , tics», (Imped iii such varlagttted cplors , thnl she resembles an Intoxicated rain- , jh"i> nml Is abOUl as hard In cnleh. She , i nmci Into till* world a crying, cooing in* , lain, and boforc the rcucl Hie OgC 0< | j putting up hoi hair ihl Im - hall the , I"■ .a town drying b«\ v they oon'l . i■i ni lei isquestered porlcr. Flirting iis Ihe ohlc-l li'iuiniue paslituc in his- to y, la the monkey stsigc obe was In | | lie li p» of the coeoaiint tree play fully , loylnj with n woaoute and flirting , ' from behind a palm leaf, and whoa (he , ■I ■ i Gabriel iU»ll have blown tlie Inst M ill v, note "ii Ills "olden trumpet, and , I sli I nasi aces have gathered j together to ring n glorious, glad le , Imsannah, then will some coy maiden , pe*p f -hiiv around her golden harp and , "ive thai sternal hoe liandhonsliiftf at , th...

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HELPFUL FEATURES TO BE UNDER TAKEN BY THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

HELPFUL FEATURES TO BE UNDER TAKEN BY THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.

Among the enterprise* to b* under- 'iiici i,i the Ifotmg Men'- Christian As- -Meiniioi, this jmi neveral bend oul In promli .mi are nl partteular li ■ est t„ the studenl hod) during tlie fall. So of the work will bardlj ba more I Imiii tbe setting Up ol plans for ( IHO' -ml mni enduring -d - ~i thing* for the year* thai are to coin,-, but -ninoHiin.., ii,,u bs realised from iuoli Hue that will probably be of eonsld 1 -ni,,- iii the future and eom- lllelel Itself In the College folk IS Mil employment bureau, which will w lai no iof iui.'imciiiin between men de- "in" work and men in Biol u.i who tv c,l help iv various cnpncil i,,. ,\ diffi- culty to be faced of course b getting before tbe business public of Richmond, bul tin- phi 11 is io lay the work lystam alically and well, with tl li.h that in time thii plan will be of real ti rvioe to ibe itudenl body, A number of i) have slread) been given places ...

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