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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond Colli-Re mid Wcsthamplon OoUsge Weekly, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Subscription, |:.»8 Per k*ew, in Advance, Single Qtrnlee, 5 Ccntu. OFFK EA.2 JETER HA) L EDITORIAL BOARD 11. M. Hnllirdnnd, Edilor la-Chul. ','"S 1 ",''''""' I A.i'l. F,d,ln„dn..Chiel It. I. Celeste* I Bleeocr McCarthy , Ramon,D. OsTcln f Am , mle \: jimi Imiici 1 1, rotssl 1 J, E. Dunlcid ' MANAGKMKNT I:',. W. Miller, Buiinem Manager M. 1. Spioa I R. R. Chapcll Ain't. liu«iiu:B( Managtrt 11. A. Ruitcll I All hurness matter* should be nd- il I'ssed to the Business Manager. All oil ci mattetl shiuiht conic to the Editor- -11 Chi, I, We shall he pleased to handle nnv ttudente' communication* with due con- ■(deration, All unsigned correspondence win not he published, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER, 2'>, 1914 ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
LITERARY SOCIETIES HAVE INITIAL MEETINGS. INTEREST KEEN AND ATTENDANCE UNUSUALLY LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

LITERARY SOCIETIES HAVE INITIAL MEETINGS.

INTEREST KEEN AND ATTENDANCE UNUSUALLY LARGE.

I j Willi Sam Hill presiding and il large .unl appreciative audience iv attendance, the tlrsi mestlng ol the Pbllologloal Lit jenny Society wa* * i"H and niispii mm, nlTiiir in ,\,'.y ua\. Aft or mi address

mi welcome by Wn Brletow, In which he urged the new men |i e-enl lo ally themselves wiih the society, there wen-, lecliiinalioiis hy 11. f, Atuiersou and It I. Skinner, two humorous readings hy ,\l. 1.. Combs ami Tit a- Ib'ii/ley and mi oral ion on "Peace" by 11 r. Clark, This Oration wa* (he kama I hat won for Mr, ('lurk the "iiesi Orator**" medal lust year iii competition wiih the hesl 'l-'Hi-CIS i liege. The lit dari program "as concluded with a report mi current topic* bj lames 11. Potest, Then lhe society went into business Mission behind closed door* Having initiated eight new member* and re inslatcl loin, Ibe following ollhci- -, ,i, sleeted for ihe present termt Presi...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

MANVFACTVKED HY Haughman Stationery Company WHAT WILL BE YOUR LIFE WORK? Ol a Yah- graduating clan, a companion ol 18 leading occupationnhowilhat thorn who engaged in lilc inauiance marie lhe largeal income duiing the peiiod ol 5 yean. I here ii no brttei Company lo iepie«enl titan the Perm Mutual, one of the oldril, Urgent and h.-i lm„»ii in the world- -70 yean old, $700,000,000.1)0 inmrince.in- lorce...sl7l,ooo,ooo.oo SUM. Alwayi oprningi toi hurtle™. DIGGS & MOSELEY, General Agents E, S. Den for ten, Canhter tiOi-fiOn-fiOG Mutual Building. RICHMOND, VA.

PYL.E BOTAItI.ISIIs.iI IHHO FRENCH CLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING. 315-317 N. Fifth Street

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

POLLARD X Urn] Inc. real estate RENTS LOANS SALES RENT A REMIN6TON STANDARD TYPEWRITER It will help you in your school work. TERMS: $'1.00 per month, 3 months, $7,50 payable in sdvsoce, REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 810 K. MAIN STHIICT I W Mil lIR, U >U,m THOMAS HAL I, II I Phone Ron, (sin. m. Zootavohv, Prop> CENTRAL SHOE REPAIRING CO. Hirst Class Shoo Repairing I'.esi While Oak l.eailieiused. v ..il- Culled for and Delivered, All. luitiK 111 AIIANTI on 121 K. Broad St. Richmond, Va. "dunlop flour" Muck' In Richmond. Sold on Four i initio, oi'. THE DUNLOP MILLS RICHMOND, •:- VIRGINIA OF THE PITTS FURNITURE CO, Fourteenth and Main Street 111 A Ql Less than 3 hours to Washington Just 4 hours to Baltimore. Just 6 hour lo Philadelphia. Ju»t 8 hours to New York. I»ii 'ough Parlor and Sleeping Curs Excellent Dining Car Service

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

WESTHAMPTON NOTES

Miss Blleabeth Camp and Miss MoUj Clay have boon the hoetesaes at several oharmlng tool this week Mm. 'ruhh was the gaeti ol honor al the ih-t of »| Mini. Keller nml Miss Lough their ir ffUßttS. AI the Hem,ml. Mild I'yii this Tompkins and Mlv l.ennn I'lm iutc the hiiiiured gUOltl. Oil I'lhlai Mi. ami Mrs, John W inker «mn enter luini'd. Mill Coinp and Mies I'lay iii lerliiineil in In,inn of Minn I'hi'istiim t'linniiiii'itn nn,i Miss \nriiia Woodward mi Saturday. Among those presenl were Mioses Kliziiimiii \\':i,i,i„ii. pi n,.,, Bos- ton, Dul Qorjr, Catesby Willis, Marths Sinilh. I'di/r.lielh Lure, I ne Clay, Elizabeth Kilj-son. Ruth Puekstt, Celeste VndOrs md Bmlly Gardner, The ootor scheme al all of these was ooniistentlj blue ii"ni the ijuatnt Japanese oiirtntns in the tea seryl the little tes table. Unfortunately this service Inoludeil only •is oups, -ni the liiiniher of gUOStS hn.l In he limited, At the hint function, how ever, hi requisitioning all the b...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

RICHMOND COLLEGE DIRECTORY. siniieiii Council, iim ■•.in i.. i oinbi Preeldeni ! w in i Davl ~,, Vleo Preeldeni \ kr, Spleer Seoretai | Dennis w. Harti Treasure! Shnlenl BeOStO, Morgan i. Combs Presiding Ollleei Paul L Harrup v. M. 0, A, Rep, j. i ~,i \\i,L.ei Athletic Ass'n Rep, V, s, i mii,nne Senior Reprosentutlvi Kduiuii w. Miller,. Junior Repre itlvi s, ml A, iiowinnn . .Sophomore Rep, ,i. ii. iiiiineit.,, i.nw Representative Y. M. C. A. Paul i, iinriup President i Win 1.. Davis V*loeo.resldenl Philip C, A'llllim Snclelllll Tit on VV, Boasley Treasurer Athletic ANSOciation. ,T. Curl Wicker I'le.-nlcnt I Viee-l'icHldent I .lame- 11. I'oleel Seen tail Dr. w. A. Harris Treasure I'liilolnginn Literary Society. Morgan i" ''""i 11 " Proshloul Harry A. ItusiOl Vlne-Pr Idenl ' !,. <'. Ili.l.har.l . Sncicia j .lohn k, shnniain Pressure Mil Sigma RLn Literary .Sanely. William Much Hncio, President I,eorcc !•'. Sniilh \ ice-l'rsoldi 111 ii. w. (.inn hnn Beoretat < Wain i v Mnriin Tr...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

•RnWaaVMaaSDI .aaaaSMaaaaWMBMUHH Cottrell & Cooke . . PRINTERS . . iVo, .'• GOVERNOR STREET A MAN WORTHWHILE 1 PlOVidci tot Disability, a say- j iiiKH account, a foundation for business- SEE "CHICK" He lias what you need—Guar- anteed Low Cost Life Insur- ance---Accident, I leulth and Liability Insurance, J. it. WOODWARD •OS Mutual llullillnil li.iolo. I. Mi,. Mail, noo start to-day.::.;':,:"";:,:";: been |iullii,;: off SO |~ii(i ('oini- to day and start, and you will nevi-r regret it. Tiui'e in-i cciii, compound Interval pahl on Saving Aec uuUs. MKKCIIANTS NATION Al. HANK "Ha(i-»l Im- SnvlnHa" 1101 K. Miilu.M. KICIIMONII, VA. The Store That Satisfies Taiman Auto Supply Company AfiMesorlee nnd Supplies 629 Eust Main Street Grant Drug Co. Seventh nnd Broad Streets OPEN ALL NIGHT WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON DRUGS The Globe Envelope & Printing Co. UNCORPORATKD) 18 Governor St. RICHMOND, VA. .viHiiiii'iieitirerM ol chinch Envelopes "DUPLEX" and "SINGLE' 1 Let us do YOUR Printing John L....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 September 1916

RICHMOND COLLEGE Every render of lhe "t'nlh'iriuii" iH Interested in milking Kii-iinwmil Colli-m* v Mtron. eriiml totter 0 lingo, Muoh uf Huh great i»nk belongstj Trustee*, Faculty, nml lluinnl, but it iHriii- pari properly fall* to ti o students ol ibli Marion, The public doe* nol yet wall*« the possibilities el cur new location, imr Ihe excellent beginning thai he* l»etn made ilready, Tbe public beMsvoi Urc Oollege I* rioto, nnd doe* nut m ul) approc ate our lut-u fur more building*, fur turner imaowment, im more*oholar«lilp», Perhapt you nre enjoying the benefit ol«Hcbolsrsliip. i/t your eoojUauntaooi h know what it mean* to ion, ana lhat probably two muni good students from your county would be lien- Iteej trsblp* could be provitlnd iMtn Tim Oollem is n ureal philanthropy I(h ullki-rH diwin- to extend It* lieiii-bl bni with, nt tne same time, tn Improve the i|tuiilty of the advantage* offered to student*, The public aooapta tbe itudanta uh representative* ol the Oollegei Oom men...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS

Vol. 111.

RICHMOND CO LLEGE AND WESTIIAMPTON COLLEGE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1916.

No. 3

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
COTILLION CLUB HOLDS FIRST DANCE ENJOYABLE AFFAIR AT HERMITAGE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

COTILLION CLUB HOLDS FIRST DANCE

ENJOYABLE AFFAIR AT HERMITAGE CLUB.

Thy Richmond College Cotillion Club, held iis Hint dance of the seneon at the Karmltage Club, Monday night, and front nil reports ii wni one ol the m«jt siiwoiaful ever pulled off by thai orj< ganlnatiorJ, Dancing began nt uhout iiili.i-tliirty iiinl butted uiilil iiffi one, ami sfarj >m it ii it t- was thorougMj sn joy.-.i by nil parUoipante, Templing rsl- i'■(-.■in its oowpotod of oliieken siting i,.... en iiiHeuio,, ollvM, pleklea, peanuts an l pimeii ware served and dancing was again resumed, Ocean and Mra, Dobson chaperoned the tun, lion. Thow diiueing were Coach and tin, llolihuii, Dirk Wood With Will Haalßgiow, Bob Qayli with Mill Cltapi pel, Shirley Brooaon with Minn Nell Ifniiion (iiiiein wilh Mi- Tyler, Tiny Wieiu'i- wilh Mm Puekett, Men Rom biliß with MisH Sullnii, I). I-'. Tiilili-i- wilh (flu Vauglian, !-*m Pearman with Wl*» Tiiriiiiidl. Edmund Ruokar with Mlsi Berkky, Cnlcnmn Wl.illo...

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GREAT INTEREST IN ATHLETICS AT WESTHAMPTON [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

GREAT INTEREST IN ATHLETICS AT WESTHAMPTON

if v stranger should by chance wan- ii.'i- over to tin- Wi-.iiniinpt.iii side of the lake mo' afternoon about *::iii l r she ! ("thou'' iih our IngOttMUa nioiintiiinwiH express iti would probably 1 "' it-rtled by tin- bedlam »U1 i'" the I'nmpux, It is merely s iwartu of "Rati" phi* lnlqul> toui s.iphh, oompaulonate .union and stately Benton madly ohailng i hockey hull down (he Hold nt til.' ml.- ..i well ni fitiit uh nature permits them t.. go, AbOV* Hit- tumult! Of ""lin" ttml "011M1V (-nil be hoard .1 ilislinet M.i.e 111.,' oun.-i i.f which in io !..- greatly feared, being the pi'i'mviitor of nil li'i-ui'.'l -.pi'iikinKl such reprimands, "Wake up over there," "Good grand-stand play," efe. Winn done it nil m.'iin! It means Hint 19.0 Ii being Imrtruetad In thi I barbarous practice of Urn hockey itlck (the Htim«lior of .ill eonifoi't); thiil lllltl and HH7 nave combined in on., glorious Ham. end hum Is trying to beat the; win.i.■ bu...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
RICHMOND COLLEGE MAY GET FAMOUS POE BUILDING WOULD MAKE SPLENDID STUDENT PUBLICATION OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

RICHMOND COLLEGE MAY GET FAMOUS POE BUILDING

WOULD MAKE SPLENDID STUDENT PUBLICATION OFFICE.

I II || now pra.-lii-ull.v .Tilirin lln.t.j j should Ihe en > Oo_nell of Richmond appropriate lUfßclonl fundi ftrt i<* te« Utovatlori, the old )'.>•- building now in ; _ur»c of demolition Mid And >■ alte mi »bt eampui out haw at Weithamptou, ; n n ,- ni) should fall to ■*) Midi enough to prwarv* the building by the pmuage of s bill n >w befori the Qottnell, it It ipi'oiuili- thnt pablltt'iptrltwl ettvun* who wilh to lavi for coming genera- tion! the laal remftirdmuicc of iw In Rlohmond win nauuj n fund by popular ■.iii.-.'r.piiiiii Hint will dafray all s» pome*, Thi hurt t turei Is for the colli in pay for tin- r oval, bul this ii in.i nt nil piiii.ui,it< with mntUra »i t e\t pi.-H.-.ii statu*, wiu-ii Interviewed today, I'Tc-i.i Bnatwrlgltl Mpruasd Itlipialf tv very favorable to the plan, of bringing the building '.) vi nn.i getting II up ugaln on tin- |~-. n,&l...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
LITERARY SOCIETIES TO ENTERTAIN TONIGHT EVERYONE COME OUT AND ENJOY THE PROGRAM AND EATS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

LITERARY SOCIETIES TO ENTERTAIN TONIGHT

EVERYONE COME OUT AND ENJOY THE PROGRAM AND EATS.

Tontgbl tin' Philologliiii and Mv Sigma 111... l.ileiwy BOolatlee will join fo«M an.i pnsent an entertainment In the College Aiiiiiiiiriiiui to which the itu dente ..I w.'Htiiiimpton ..n.I Rlohmond CollegM nml th.'ir frlendi an Invited. An I'tioi'i mm been made to noun ad interesting program and in addition t.. the literary number* then' will he on .i.hiii'SN i.y Dr. i). n. Bryan and tmaie by Mlv Florence Sniitli and Ho- eoUagl quartette. President Morgan 1.. Oomtu of ihe philrdoglani and Pmldenl tVU limn 11. Iln;;l.y of the Mil BlgUtß Klhw will lutrodnce thoH.' who will take part. Igollowlng tin- formal program than will ii..' mi Informal reception and refresh- ment! Tin- program ii n followai W.'l.iimi. President Morgan 1.. Combs, PhllolOglan. A.i.ii.'.-H Dr. ii. it. Bryan, Violin Sol.-. Mlv l-'lori'ii.e Smith, | Wi'fH.iimplnii College. i Reading! w. M. pkrwdan, Mv Blgme | lih... ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SPIDERS LOSE TO V.P.I. IN HARD FOUGHT CONTEST ROBBINS AND CARTER PROVE STUMBLING BLOCKS TO TECH'S MASS ATTACKS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

SPIDERS LOSE TO V .P. I. IN HARD FOUGHT CONTEST

ROBBINS AND CARTER PROVE STUMBLING BLOCKS TO TECH'S MASS ATTACKS

•■'ii..' ..ti'.'iiH i...ii, teams was ragged, ii..- i'.'.'l.n ware further advn«e»d In ol fMItIVI ni.lini.'lilH, li.it COUld ..nil"' _0 Imprctilon itr line, Individual ability I mi., iliic-ily reipnnilble far tbl TVpli i i iiiiiiihi,'i\ work being n ■ worthy featun. The Bpldera laekedj aggreutvaneis wlwti running with the ImiII." c.iieh Dobion, iin il..' Mil.-, Field .it Black-burg las! Baturday the gpjder ileven battled the •trdng Teen sejti&di and two toucht downs were the extent of tin. latter*!] efforts B-pwttag to pile up ■■< huge „■,.,.•. 11..' V, I. I. i.'.vii eliteii'.l Hi- .nil teal with ii .'..iiii.l.'ii..' ti.nt, however, wua soon ityekan. The man attacks through ..in lin.- ware stopped on the iim> of lotimmnge, and time and again | wim (heir riiiin<!i' thrown for it l.mn of 1 ■ 1-veral yards mi attempted end rutut, { Al the mil Hid of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SPIDERS LEAVE TOMORROW MEET STRONG CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY IN WASHINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

SPIDERS LEAVE TOMORROW

MEET STRONG CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY IN WASHINGTON.

The Spfdan win race one of tha ..■•si strenuous games ol thc icaeon .!."ii H.i-.i ini'i'i the strong Catholic 'laveii in Waihlngton tomorrow, The i 0..,' with v. p. I. gave Coach Dobson , i line on his men. nii.t .lining Ihe week ha has been strengthening those weak SUOtl Hint weir evi.lenl til tl.nt context. A grml deal ol his tone thli week has been devote.! to developing an fcggrea. »)ve t-n.'k held, it was lb this depart- ini-nt Hint thay showed up weaknf al tin- Inst. gome, l.iil. thay hnva put 111 ll

week's strenuous practice, and arc now in position tn give an excellent account of theuitelvei when they u<> up againsi the Catholic squad, The line which hai already shown Itself to be BMtde up of »xw il, nt ni.il.'ri.il, bai h''r-ii put through ■•".. iiDni drills, hi..l me becoming more pi'.iti.'ient each day, Catholic University Inis , ( the »tronjH"st tpamn in the South, defeating Hi....

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
GET THE PEP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

GET THE PEP.

The championship race draweth apace, anil now is the time for all good mm to .■.lice to Hi- aid of their team. The beautiful exhibition of football ixhlhltotl in .nn lusl giniie showed thai we have .1 team thai In L.ing lo win llinl old cup Hill thai II hi thing thai II neees inrj t ake anything « mo loyal iup< I'.n to n i must he forthcoming, Did you ever know anything thai would ma by ils.'ll mill he n eompt-tl SUA II roil did, then yoU have dil WVCred perpetnal motion. Now a eluiin plomhlp i.am most have three things I Unit, ii iii.e-t i.c a good leiiin. and 11 Isi second, it iniist have the loyal supporl nf every man on the campus, nn.l we Ding tO bine il ; Mid, third, il must liftvo three other teams lo mop up the earth with, anil the liist one will lu- ll, 'c Oct, 21, Would we study as har.l nn.l si • ivo for good marks In our classes as we 46 II I here were no Inve.l ones at home watching our every progress and attain* .a.'nt .in.i rejoicing with as when...

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COME CLEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

COME CLEAN.

When we name back mi iiie Oavmpua this lull wo were surprised and delighted with Ilic loefioty that greeted as. ietraetomod in rough paths, slay banks end ohaotla shrubbery, we found I limi-Uiu uiiitimi that would have brought« delighted gs»p front ii landscape artist, or a nature liivrr. PUS to Hi«' initii'iliK SffortS 'if Mr. Goolabj during ths luntnsr, wo now ' ban' a campill I lull in I j'».v, Blld I <" iii iln. dormitories that we can make n pleasure, Wt hairs beautiful rolling SWellc, iH'iitlv triniini'il tbsd* tWOS, jiuiiii walks anil ii lake Unit i'iin'l in l l i. 11l fact, ttfl linn' BVOrythtng Hint il (liken in niiilsi- an Ideal homo, V7e ara a big futnity ben and the hundred and sixty acres surrounding ui are ouie t" unit-'' in- miir as we choose. By » nun nut in terest, 11 little tuoughtntlness and s bit i,l in opera I inn «!• i-uii lime us finr mvn a borne out hero n« beautiful an any of ili,. palatial reatdsnoes on Monument avenue, Tin' walks mi Hi...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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HOW ABOUT IT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

HOW ABOUT IT?

Editor of the Colleglani Since we moved lo Weithampton am i.|i|...iliinilies to work unr ways through (..liege have been greatly restricted,

' Work in the eily is still ..pen to US, lint the rune )<>si going to arid coming from the >iiy practically .'loses tins Held of activity, The < ollegc employs some of us. I.ul still thepfl lire nol en.mull poll 11.. us to ;..,i.' eld to .ill who need il„ In Ibis mull,'i Mi. Qoollbj bus i.-v tiered ih.- College community a notable sirvici by opening up to students ill |)0»lt I Dill us .n.e Inkeis Ol doi milory rooms, ii are, II Ii undaritood, (pv« erul similar plaooe that Mr. Qooliby liopeii to give us if (he piaselil change prove! iiiocMsful, But it must be remembered Unit stu- dent janitors are being "tried nut." If this arrangement is to he perpetuated II must be perpetuated on the record of the in.'ii win, 1n.1.l those positions. 11 they an faithful in their work, the plan will «ii... I; 11 lliey fail, ...

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HIP-POCKET ESSAY. STREET CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

HIP-POCKET ESSAY. STREET CARS.

run on humpy trucks ami punk schedules. , from a sauaagc grlndei pttl them In whole at one end and ihey come oul * pulvirlud man at thi other. Thej an run by electricity and moioriiieii, each uh.ml as irie-ponsible ns the other, ul- wnys hiding some peilestrilill, anywhere between thc renter of gravity and Eighth urnl llroii.l streets, nn.l his sin rowing relatival employ the sheet cleaning dc parti t mill seven .letrctiic.- lo gather up tin- i.'mams. There is i bell attached to the front I'ml "i the .in on which the iiiotoiiinlii plays Ins lerpsiehoreiin M |..ihililii-s as soon as he has inn over linn;;. When a sweet young thing I chiffon creation and rermlllloh hdelery .1.(.111.1 the .'III' il nl onei become- ,i veritable Incubator ol chivalry, Tha only way to gel oil ii crowded ear is tO tart« scrap or catch the ißiallpo*< -lust Let n1.'...i1..'.| iii your iifal ciil.'iil.it ions ol hf>W many hits TYfl Speaker inii-.t j hopelessly entang...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WHO DID IT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 6 October 1916

WHO DID IT?

Ones laif year mmi ..f the boyi raided Dr. KnntWright's ehi.ken coop and erere ip.i.klv brought to account for their crime. We wooiler what sentence will he exeenli'il Igalnil those ineinhel'fi of IV higher official i-irele who ill tile dnrk mi,l leather similes nf (he siililerrniieiin pnsrtiigewny did willfully, feloniously and with iimlii-e Bforethoughti enter his eel lav ami raid liiw wno.l pile, ami were caught red bunded with nuhl wood in (heir vosHCHsinii. We advise him lo keen tab on ii hereafter.

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