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RICHMOND COLLEGE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE DIRECTORY.
We are giving I hi-i week a part of (be Directory lot Richmond Collogo Paoulty ■in,l the students In thedormitories, The rest of the Directory will be oul next week. There Ls a uensidembio uumiief of .-lll.lei-l- Who board in Ibe vicinil, .il' the College, and In Richmond, whose namtw an nol given ill libs Dd'eclniy. beeiillNC of Ihe fuel lliul Ibe list below it copy from tho Registrar?! office of the students only in Ibi'ib.rimli.rie-i. I'm ii ii i [p Hi i i. I ii ■ On I-' w . ls,,\n\i,i..Mi, President Dll ,1. ('. Ml i-. via , Dean. Mu. M V\i-:m' Tims, Treasurer und Registrar \li | M\m.\ G, llu.v .!>, l.ibr.'iiiaii. MISsJfiUIS Wool,. \-..islanl l.ilii;.",nn. K. M. I lons,,\ Albh'lie Director. Iln. (' 11. WwivroH Dll. 11. Iv I'.UNI,s. I In VV. A '.I.UIKIH. DB 11. B, I.ioim; l)ti. II A. Sri:n.un Dll, E. ('. Bin.ami Dit I) 11. \Mi;.itsi,N Dr, Wi A. Mosi..,,Mi.nv Prior, •! M. Di«d.ms ii in l)l( VV .1. V.H Ml. I'llOf l'\ li. 111(..W\, Prior, PtsANs B...
SOCIALIST LEADER ADDRESSES STUDENTS. DEFINES AND DISCUSSES FULLY TRUE SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
SOCIALIST LEADER ADDRESSES STUDENTS.
DEFINES AND DISCUSSES FULLY TRUE SOCIALISM.
Dr. Henry W, Uldlejf, of C^udbla 1 'nivm-.-ily, New Vurk, gave m Inter- esting address in the College auditorium, Monday night, on "Socialism." Dr Lfifdler la a man of much experience, and it thorough knowledge of economic problems, having studied them both In Ami-rira ami in Europe, A ver, Interested audience of students ami oltiaena of Richmond were present. Th.- Lnclemenl weather probabiy greatly reduced the site of the audience. The speaker was lulru'l id b\ Mr Duke, of the i.nw Department. BOO! U.II-.VI K.VI'A.VMNIi. 111 the bi'iiiniiiiur. of Hie .-idili- ■ Hr Laidler Ural said thai all movementa for octal advancement bud been opposed uml ralarepreeantod in their beginning, offering »•* an illustration thai when, in 1830, workiiißini-n of I'bil.-ideipimi started a campaign to secure a publio si bool syslctn, they ivere uncled. Such papers as tin- Philadelphia Qoattl* uml New I York Hera...
HOW ABOUT A CHESS AND CHECKER CLUB? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
HOW ABOUT A CHESS AND CHECKER CLUB?
You're right, old man, when yoo say that tl»- reoreatlon hours at the College arc dull ami iiniuti'i'c-tiiii',. "l nil DAIWOt lie censured for healing it from College in the nlti riioiin, and hieing y..iu ell away to the "\ irginln" tor a few happy. restful moments with your favorite "movie" stars, But you should not be compelled to leave the campus to Bnd diversion, There should bo wnusementa here for you. li is miserable weather) iiu- campus Is a bottomless swamp, nml you, of course, cannot enjoy outdoor sports, w iiui vuu need, then, is In-door umusi'iiii-iil. Well, perhaps thi mnj be oreated, it will depend upon some mini with mns- quito pep iii push ibis noi some wishy* washy fellow with no mind where bis hat rests. II a "Chess and Checker Club' 1 coiilil In- iirc.aiu/cil, under Ibe direct inn of the V. M. C, A., v number of men like yourself would not. need to spend the Old gciilleiunn's. liaiil-eained kale in order In enjoy an iiflei'...
ALMA MATER'S INITIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
ALMA MATER'S INITIALS.
Do .you know wlial lb'' Hue initials of liiehninlul College nie'.' Most uf iik, if asked thi- question point blank, wouldn't know how In give an answer llint we fell sure was correct, You have seen "R, C. Va." on bolts and pins around llie oompu Vim havo In ord " I.'. <'. V." in the lung yell, you hind heui'd "H. C." in another yell mid haw seen ii printed in various plan;.. \\ bal is (be trouble. Ha; put institution more than one name, or is ii thai tve don't know what her name is; Why line " 11. I. Va." appear un Ibe belt? Because ibe designer ut the jewelry store pui ii on the sample belt thai he cut v , and il tilled up (he space better than " ii. (I." Why do we put "K. C. \ ." mi our clnss-pins some years, and " li. C." Others? If you are a 1., d when you go to school, do you '-ay, "Richmond College, Virginia, or just "HieluiKilid College"!' Would ll Wuhli-
ne!,ni and Lee student answer. "W mid 1.., Vii-niniii''? Do yen :iol SOfl bow ni'iir...
COLLEGE SOCIABILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
Among Ihe many phases <i| cull ■ hIV which ahOUld receive our attention is the social life as a whole, and, in pnrlicular, that of ihe dormitories,! To a certain extent, ■ college is similar In a community, in which there are uncial circles more or lees differentiated, Whether ibis is in the advantage or detriment of the oomra.ui.ity, or noi, is nol Ibe question] bill Ibal (here in, in every progressive roininunily, v com- niiinily spiril uf iiilci--depcnilimri., for the well-being of the social life of Ihe cnin- nitmily, is an established truth. Thai "community" aplflt, Ibe spiril of sociability for tin- well-being of ihe students aa individuals, m well us mi aggregate, is exactly whs! we believe is essential in ibe tooden liege. Naturally, there cuincs llie question of Ihe need of such. In Ihe lirsl place, il is essential to a unified studenl body. Truly ii is noi necessary to show thai Mi'-h n unification is desirable yea, necessary for progn :-mvci&...
DR. ANDERSON SPEAKS AT THE Y. M. C. A. MEETING THURSDAY EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
DR. ANDERSON SPEAKS AT THE Y. M. C. A. MEETING THURSDAY EVENING.
Tha Y. M. c. .\. lakes pleasure in announcing for tha Thursday evening meeting that Dr. i>. R, Anderson, of our Department, of History and Polltioal Science, will speak .in the subject "The European War ami Christian Civilisa- tion," This Is sure lo be ii prime lecture, und. every Richmond College man who pretends in keep abreast of the times ca I afford lo mis* it. Or. Ahilci'mui, iih we all know, has a rare ability in speaking on hui'li lopies, nnd we feel fortlinata in being able lo secure liiiu for our programme ibis week. We urn nil Interested in the bloody conlbcl that ragOS across the isa, Many li.nvo wondered what Influence ii would have on our presi-nlduy olvilisatlon, Others buve wimdered how il would n'Tecl Christianity. Cdms out to lietr Or, Anderson, and pi-rbups be will inuke soma useful suggestions thai wID help us in formlttg (mi- ideas on Ibis; nll-nliMirbiug question. In addition lo (be lectu...
VESPER SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
Did vuu go In vesper services last Sunday afternoon? If you did, you beard, or, at loaal, bad Ihe opportunity Of hearing, a most excellent speech by Dr. W. W. Moore, of (he Union Theologloal Semi- nary. Dr. Moore fa a widely-known man a mini known in many States. Recently Dr. Moore refused a large professorship in Yale University beoause he preferred ro work hen in the Southland, on his native soil and among bis Southern brethren. Tn have such speakers within the hear- ing of College men is a thing gratifying In Tin-; Cui.i.;aii.v.\, ami it extends con- graiulisiiomi and thanks io the Vesper .Service Committee from the Faculty, which arranges these service-i, SO Worth the while.
J.J. Wicker, Jr., aditor-in-chiof of " The Spider," who i successfully passed the State bar i m i,, n short time ago, has 1 pened n tat a down town, Mas he ii practice as In. did with
FATHER OF T. O. MOSS IS DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
FATHER OF T. O. MOSS IS DEAD.
Mr. Thomas i). Mo . I I'bei nf T lb Mii-s, Jr., nf the Richmond College Law Sehi.nl, died last Sunday night. All the raemben of his family were at in bsdsidi in witness the passing, whlob Oame peacefully, tO mark the end of ninny months of suffering. Tin; Coi.i.ia>i v\, j,, behalf uf the student body, extends U9 Tom and all his family Ihcir riincerest. sympathy in this ureal hcicnveuient Members of the local chapter of I'bi Kappa Kpsilon fraternity attended tho funeral lorvice i, hi Id ius rfaj. at i iv \l , ai ibe old Moi I ii. I m miles ft Beaver i lam.
The news of Dean May I. Keller's illness has been received with much SflaTOW On the north side uf the lv 1,.-, well as Ihe SOUth, The trouble >eein.s lo be something like grip. Tin. COW I '•! !'■ Wishes her n speedy recovery.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Wcsthampton ColleR« Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription. $1.00 Per Year, In Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office! Room D-4, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A. OAHTKH, - - - Klimm-IN-CHiKr. MTBLLB KEMPER, j ?' ! : ' \\iilffy*"' awwiAW Borrow, MANACiI'MKNT. 80088 Mit.i.iusi'.u, - ButlMMt tfAttAQM MARGARttT JAMBS, j pw 3 fom A ""' T "'"'■ Man *' ;i "* r. l. nnui>(jaa, I All luminous mitltcrn Hlmiilil lie «<lilrrim»d to the HuKiiH'iiH Miiimgi'r. All oilier niullor» should conic to tho Edltor-ln-Chli'f. Wo Khiill he plrnicd to linndlo nny iludcntu' loaununlMtloßi w' ll ' doi miHmlni ah uiisinnoii corrtipondeuM win eot i>u iiuuiuntd. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20', 1015.
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
A fairly letrge delegatii I students beard Ibe I'.cacll Kiei-ler I'l.ncerl in Iticliinoml Monday night. The post-nUice bus imiiieil nome very - unwelcome iiuin-,". It's time to pay up ! iiu- bos rent, Seereluiy Minims W Lee ami I'm!', T Brantley Handy met the v. M. <1, v Cabinet Wednesday evening u> rlinciisw some matters oi Importance to the studenl body nnd to llie I 'uili-n. .1. it. Ilite returned to the campus last Monday Ha was called liomson aoeeunl of the serious illness ..r hi» mptlior, He reports her convalescing The Westhuuiptoii girls have iiheud\ pledged 140.00 In (be lllue llidge Cam piiigii Fundi and Ihey luive barely made B siiiri io raise money. Secretary M W, l.cc presented the BIUC Hidge cause at. Westhampton Chapel sattvice Wednesday of Ihw week. Miss I'lieiln Diets very luecessfeily arriinged v beautiful surprise party for her COUsin, Mias Marie Meliwi, of No 3006 Hanover avenue, laal Saturday eve- ning. Miss Diet* and hor coworkers au- to...
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY.
It. 11. Airraids inliirstismiil llie Men's League nt iMilrin.-iiint Baptist Church Sunday nveiiiiiK. 11. N. Novum lilli-il hi» iippiiuiliiiint ul Mt. Vernon , \V. 11. ltruimuek pi'iiwilli'il nl Ridg" Chuwji, 11. W. Connelly supplied botb morning nml evening for Dr. A H. Ktnld, at Hint.in lleixhU, S. H, Hill hiipplii-d both iiini-niiii/, nnd .'ii Using ul Seeouil t'liuri'li, Newpm-t. News, S. ('. dwell pri'iicliiiil nt lnitli IllOhling uml ovcniiiß ni'l-vii'i'ti ul I 're»e, \'u, H. 1,. Itiiusiiin supplied in the morning lit Wuve/i.l, .mil in llie evening nt Wnke- l„ U W. 1,. Davis preiielu-il nl lii-. iluneli. Huskorvillc. B, .1. Wrinlil prenelieil nl New Bridge Cluucli. B, 10 N'.irtlieii prenelieil nt Winn's Cliincli. l-\ N. (liiriliii I- ( iliicleil rierviech nt thsSoldlors 1 Horns. 11. |). Anderson i-iiiiiliietcil sei-vie(V-i ut iln- Mm shot! ■ (!. 'I. Teviell prenelieil ul ('nn.iii',l nml llni-eli.
SPECIAL STUDENTS ORGANIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
SPECIAL STUDENTS ORGANIZE.
A meeting of the upset*! students was called afterchapel exercises Monday, thto 25th, They met in the auditorium, and their eIsSS "llieei'i wire eleileil They will linvu repriwiiiiiiinii In the College Annua] this year. The following nll'mom wire eleeleil: President, "Mike" Hutchinson; Vice- President, Her! Koliiin; Secretary, "Tom" Bass) Treasurer, Is irk ItielinrdMin: Ili.J- torian, "Mac" Co by, A ('(ininiittee, cimipusi'il of Bass', Itoliiim, nnd Rcnny, wu.-i appointed to interview the Dean iw to certain student*.' mem- bership in the class,
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRNPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRNPOT.
"Rat" .li.liii.iiii cnnn.ii think (dearly I lice days Sonic one "hid he liu-. | bead j full Of Cfr, Oiiiobundru io Wood: "What street dv you live on in Norfolk, Woods'" Answer: u ßubber Street Bounce ainunil and see me." v Listen for (Inbriel's trumpet when Dr Kclienrod. cracks a juke "Kmulein" Gardner.plays foot-bull Terrell refuses to make a speech 'Senator rentier shaves, Dr Olmsted purls liia hair Russell Howies attend! refectory meals on time, Itcli'ct.nv meals are win lb prninpl attendance, 'Varsity foot ball lenm meets defoat v JOS Leslie, going lilli. lowu nil a U BSt hamplun car, and about to I" llaiien.id again.-l Iln window pone b) ".luhn Bunny" as tl ar rocked: "Move up, 'Hal.' Don't you knnw thai by act of ('ongie.-M each person is . nt it b- I to but eighteen inohot of space on the •■ John llunuv: "That's, all right for yotli You ain't, nn bigger Ihnn two pounds of auger. Hut you can't blame mt for not having liceii cniisti-iiclcd n ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
°"r BALMACAANS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE WATER-PROOF. Many Styles and Shades to select from. Prices from $5.00 up. We also carry the best line of Raincoats in the city, from $3.75 up. See us before going elsewhere. Goodyear Raincoat Co., 22 I E. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. FULTON BRICK WORKS, MANUFACTURERS OF la^.ATß^XAatd AND BUILDING CONTRACTORS. ... OUR SPECIALTIES Snntl face Ke-Prcased Brick, Colonial Brick, Red Stretchers, Fire Brick, ni.u.'.l Menders, Hire Clay, Terra Cotta Partitions, Caving; Brick, Sewer llrlck, Lime, Cement, Sand, Sewer and Drain Pipe, Terra Cotta Plue Lining. Tile only Brick Plant In the South equlppid to furnish any quantity of common Building Urlck on short notice. W!M. ,|. I'Als-WIMII, tM'siiirlvtsil'. I * I AIII.IMIII P> IKS,Is. R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., IMPOKTHUS ANH 111, A I BRS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Curers of "Virginia Peanut" Hams and Bacon. 814, 816, and 818 EAST MAIN STREET, 'VXtZTfSoANor. Richmond, va, J. W. Fergusson & Sons ■* faint...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
C. LUMSDEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers to the Southern People.^ Presentation Articles In Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. Collefjr and Fraternity Medaie and Jewelry, Ecclesiastical Wares, and Bronzo Tablets. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS. C. Lumsden & Son, Inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, 731 E.Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where Silver and Gold Is Honestly Sold," Frem h Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing. PYLE Established 1880. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET. Suits,Overcoats,Pants,Fancy Vests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. FROM A FRIEND. ssmcood for the Ktiyi i.hes.GALEsK|otmuo.i I MaVtaaWS »»»•* ■ |ittdjk s». jm tmd stn»«t| STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, - 9:30 A. IVI, Preaching, 11 A. M, and 8 P. M, B, Y. P. U. - - - 7P. M,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 January 1915
AUTO SUPPLIES EXCLUSIVELY. "Right (Joods Right Prices.'' LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE SOUTH. Southern Distributors lor Weed Chains, Sparton Horns, Mohawk Tires, CHEMI COMPANY, 629 E. Main Street, RICHMOND, VA, TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS. THE JEFFERSON, RICHMOND, VA. The most magnificent Hotel In the South. Rooms single and en suite, with or without baths. Special Sample Rooms. Table d'Hote Saturday and Sunday, 6 to 9, $1.50 each. I THE I StranD ! BROAD AND JEFFERSON STS. HOME OF PARAMOUNT PICTURES. Finest Photo-Plays in the world, in the finest Theatre in the South. 1! Such stars of the stage as Dustin Farnum, H. B. Warner, W. H. Crane, Robert Edison, Tyrone Power, Mary Pickford, and Henrietta Crossman in motion picture productions . ol the Great Plays of To-Day, by special arrange- ment with Daniel Frohman, The Lubin Co., etc. I 10c. ADMISSION- ALL SEATS 10c. I Continuous Performance from 12 Noon to 11 P. M. Daily. I Stationers and Engravers to those who know. VIRGINIA STATI...
"RAT" BANQUET A RIPPER. FRESHMAN CUSS ENJOY ANNUAL CELEBRATION UNMOLESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915
"RAT" BANQUET A RIPPER.
FRESHMAN CUSS ENJOY ANNUAL CELEBRATION UNMOLESTED.
The claam of mis banqueted al Murphy's Hotel 'I ucs<l-i\ night, I'l'hru.iry ',!,!, Nemh every member o( the Ui-li- ujOßd College mi.i Weethampton "ret" olaatee wae preaont, ahw tome Invited irjueate Bvary one reportu a moal ple*- simt two boura. CUfttM >•' IVI OOWJWI IN Ami.h.v.ov The mainbaht ol the Richmond College "rut" elaee began to depart aboul noon Tiiesihiy. Others left Inter Au effort wai made by anme Bopbwrwwaa to detain Clark, the "int" n deal bul the ■shame failed. All the I'clh.u:- gathered »1 Murphy*! iihout 800 o'ajock. By Bi4B o'clock the glrll had arrived) and both ataatae then coiivcncil in the parlor*, lo ling and chut before supper And it wns » de- lightful ntppet the) enjoyed laterl They wit in the table* Mt !> o'clock, pTßaldenl cimi, iii 11 moal winning manner, wet* comcl the clio-sch mid the gueata, Then before ih«' expectant eve; of the aaeem- I,led "nils" were se...
COTILLON CLUB ORGANIZED. INITIAL DANCE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH, AT HERMITAGE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915
COTILLON CLUB ORGANIZED.
INITIAL DANCE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH, AT HERMITAGE CLUB.
The llicluu I Collage Cotillon Club I whs organhud Tuesday, January 96th, li la eompoaed of the remaining mnrobere of the old (Icrmiui t'luh, and P (8W other students who enjoy ihmeinir, The lirst dance will be given at the Hermitage Chili I'riihiy night, I he fltll of kcliriii.ry H||MI,TIIIM, LoHfl 111 Mill n a Ci.niion Club baa long been wiahad iiy a number of student*, Bbiaa the beginning of College, In September, certain men have been bending all their efforts in ihe direction of obtaining for Hie College such mi institution, rinnlly. feeling thai I nolhinn is done unless il is nltciii|ilcd, v number of men met in the roomi of RUIMII Howies, for the sole purpose of diaouaring irhal tnighl he done. Mr ihmies wai Invited to take the ohafr temporarily, lo lieiir the dWuwiOII \iicr very little parley, it vii- moved, nml eiiihn-i.i.h.sih eoonded, thai « Cotillon Club he thai I p oreiinizcd. Ti...
RICHMOND COLLEGE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE DIRECTORY.
Tht! following is the remainder of the. Student Directory, the lirst iiistiilnicnt of which eppOAOTd in our hist issue:
I llll'lll Niunc. No. Sec. Kennedy, .1. A . 3 A Ki.l.Ki.W 1 1 ECldd, J.C i R [Counts, It. T 9 !) I.m-y, It. I. '.! C Una, II.C 1 (' l.mvteiiee, V. B., ,lr 3 It Leslie, J. A., .It 9 A l.mii'cli, I!. It I It Miipp, H. I. S> Martin, W. Prsnklta I B Martin, w. K, Jr I A Mason, C, I. 9 C McDowell, Guy l H Melhmicl, I!, C 2 C McNeill, G. E l E Milbourne, H, I I D Mitchell, P. I. l I) Muatoa, H. M I I) NcImiii, U. K 3 I) Newton, .I. A 9 (' Neutnn. M. 0 9 G Nolilin, 11. A 9 (' Noiiliit, K. V 3 (' Omoaundro 3 l> O'Neill, K. K 9 (' Owens, 8. C I G Parish, ft. D I I) Partridge, M. P 3 \ P ii. -i II 3 A I'rivott, II. Q I A Quick, (I. \V 3 It EUchardaon, J, K 3 C ftiohewn, A, W 3 a Roberta, I.. M l B Robinson, B, II 2 A RoJph, Heuhen I II Boas.O.'W I B Kusw'il, II. A I A RUI o, \. .1 1 l> liyliunl. .1. A 9 C Bander*, II. It 3 C S...