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T.M.C.A. INITIATES NEW MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
T.M.C.A. INITIATES NEW MEMBERS
\t iiic fat .•ml oi the Bins Room, can .lie* glimmered on the pure white doth, easting black shadows on tha high walls ami in ilm corners, and causing (tie aell mv in dlaappanr la the .tusk, li wm Friday night, the "in'ii that tlia nasi i girls we.c in lie initiated Into the \. W . , \. i,i Uesiininipi.in College, It hi nuts, nil iii white, grouped ll.einsel.es along I lie walls, while the president with her cabinet waited to receive the new girls. Standing there In the silence, with the oaudls light re- peated mi their faces, whs I here a girl win. iii,i not feci something Stir in her heart, something deep, reverent and ten- derl Soft music blended with the silence, seeming almost to be a part of it; they grew stronger, The white robed choir entered ainging "Hymn of Lights," foi lowed bill.c n.'ti gilts, ftlao in white, an.! marching two by two, Bash, a* *i« reached the altar, resolved a tiny tight- e.l candle ami the whit., ribbon badge nf n.cu...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
Farewell, my Home, farewell- I'.iHl Spi f lilt nn ciiltli to me, Vfj lieu leu w l.crc*oe'r I rim m, (I, mni I eici win (by be (".ml bless 11,,"', dear old 11m...'. F. L. Albert, Virginia eleven tomorrow and Hump- dob-Sidney noxl Saturday, Attend tha iiiHiiH. Only (iiiy men wore preseni at 11 m hold Monday night,
Come to chapel on time, ll isn't run |i|.,r ,i c, until church, at perhaps we wanl the cntiro aaaembl) to turn around and look at ua ai we march up tha aisle after the Ural song liaa been stopped nl) slim', ill lII.' mi,ldle. w" wonder what tii'isc opulent urban- iics down Monument avenue would do if we oroasetl over In tholr froni lawn-,
and began pulling an armful of Hovers, ' and shrubbery. They Would send v i hurry call for the police and lire ds< ' ], ulmcHis. and I nilcl Stales standing army ami have Mr. Wilson call for vol- unteers four minutes after we had com. milled tile grand larceny. Still they \ isil our campus and make a long nun foi every beauti...
CHAMPIONS, '16 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
how ti i look] ""ivv;; 1 ;, V* , nIIVOI loving cup look'"' lTW>iif.'lMii f dolpliMacou, Hampden Sidney and U il- haul mid Hill') look when we Upl t|uo:igli Wltli 'cm Pail "here is that pep that we must have fo will that champion -)1111- insi \,-ai Hie i-iiideiii bodjvthj- -111,1.1 h, a man had t,, l„- clia-ed into il„. siadjo'iii ['ev'krj day «" 'In" the loiltil WOMil hate mI" pi'aellre nil Ihe Held. 'I'lli- ;, cut a do.-.en or so men come out and watch the practice ami tlie) show shout St much pep a- would tlie tWl'lle Ulllle.se., to all elect I ll'l'ill The game wilh Hampden Sidney It only one week oil', and it is Ihe crucial game of Ihe series, VYo'VO got to gel ti"' Jump mi Thuiiiiiin's. lighter*, and take it lii.ni ii- they are lighter- in tlie super- lUperiatiVe degree. They won the chum pioiiship last year, and they have pine- linilh the -aine team again this vonr. plus a little mora ospprienoo. VVe can pal il ai'ios- liiein bei'iiuse we have llie best...
THE HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
The it yon i* a trip in heaven it ml buck with ti hundred and tweni.i throe ponn.l* of uncipeciciu iie ted in a gray traveling Sttlt, ami a hurry, ami radiating bappinasa like ~ nigger damp meeting. After the beautiful cere- im,m has ben solemnised, the groom grabs the bride and dm preacher hi* ten spn.i nn.l adjournment to the sin i imi is in order, Tha beat man and bis
satellites -land around the waiting room 111 renleil HwiiUiiw-lail emit, „ilk hat mul uncomfortable feeling, Impatiently wait- ing for Hm I lain, because (hey dmi'l want to pay any extra charges at the tailor in;' shop, ami Ilm hiidcsuuiids pnw.ler their noses, Th* fond mother pick* tlm tn-t strand of blondlned hair from tha bridegroom's 10.98 hand-me-down serge, ...id dm happy COllplo ate nil Inr W'usli- Ington, where they visit Mnunt Vernon and dmd patriotic fcenra all over tha ice bouse, (hinking it i« the tomb of tlm im- mortal Qno, w. They send plotura poa- iais in everyone from her g...
WANTED-A CARTOONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
We are gelling ambitious, Contrary to the linliil of iiinliitlous people, we are going to toll you why and how. The how U that we arc in the market for a
iinllliwtfi M"Mh to funk* Fn#«< WiTNaiiNUnic-awieSV '.« in. Ulan qyet Mio hate a bin' U'll fell yeai yea, we itdmit il hut. there me lanU things thai ' .in I," | -nl Bell more cH'cc- tlvcli ''iiili lb'' ' ia> "ii I ban with the type-writer, Wo refet lo tNtrtboin of ,o, 1,1., .111,1 ilniii'H and |ieisoiniges'unioi)d il i|lcgc. Take, tot instance, "The Spider Special,'' nhjeh Hilda llii w»y to- Williainslnlr,., i'Vi ry mil num. There are ' mi rOUt things thai happen thereon lh.it emu inie■ Hip-Pocket essayist ear, not present to you ill saich a way a- to cause ripples of laughter nl RiohmOlld College or deep little dimples at West liiiniptou. Therefore, *'<i desire a cartoonist, irtd knowing that the spirit of the ago is not in doii,ig I lungs for the honor at luihcii thereto, we do hereby oi...
A FINE CROWD AT THE Y.M.C.A. MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
A FINE CROWD AT THE Y.M.C.A. MEETING.
Dr. George w. MoDonlel, pastor of the Lit -t Baptist Church, tpoke to a large crowd of at Die V. M. 0, A. i itiug, October fith, Dootor "Mac" spoke iii his own inimitable ami winning way. drawing tome very helpful lessuiis from the story of Hie Prodigal Son and his attitude towards hi* father, empha- sising the words used by the boys of •'(live me" and "Make me" These meet ings are proving their helpfulness and interest lor Hie -indents a-i Indicated by the increasing number of men who at- tend. The notices for the meetings are liable lo crop "id anywhere on the cam- pus and it keeps the men on the gui vivo i as to where to expect them next,
ANNOUNCEMENT OF VESPERS FOR SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
ANNOUNCEMENT OF VESPERS FOR SUNDAY.
The committee on Vespers announce that l'r. W. H, L. Smith, formerly nf Chapel Hill, N. 0,, now a resident ol Ifiehmon.l, a widely knnwn minister and author, will apeak nest Sunday after- noon at BlflO, The Vesper choir hpv« been exceedingly fortunate in seen , - tlm services nf Prof. Harker, tlie dil' of the Men*' Chorus of lliehiii.m.l, teacher <>f huge experience) in ** nic, unit some splendid results afcj an eip.it.sl. j
EMPLOY MENT BUREAU OF THE Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
EMPLOY MENT BUREAU OF THE Y.M.C.A.
Th,. General Becretarj oi the v M, C. A. has beau at noil, mi a mo, h needed l.lnplo.Mlli'llt Hill, all 10l Licl lid Cql lege men and has at last gotten some plan- under way. Dr. Hingns, Mr. 1.. <>. Snead ami Mr. Ackiss are selling up,the plan-, and *ll mm denning any kind "I employ nieni arc- asked to reglttel with Mr. Sliced SO that Hie committee may have definite luformaUon as to the typo ol -ervice tin > inn) oiler to business men ill Hicluooitd. The "lea I- ,«" get Ihe registrations niil then take the mat- ter up with business Inn sin Iticliiniiiul. The Bursal) has already had d lyernl op- portunities to place men. bill were un- able to find men Who could handle the particular Job*, so if the men will rag- isler with Mi. Snead, Thoiiiiis Hall, tiny will I hereby nssis.f the coinmiltec as well as themselves.
TO WELCOME MR. DAVIDSON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
TO WELCOME MR. DAVIDSON.
\\e take tins opportunity of welcoming back to itichiu I College one who gradu- ated hOrfl in 100 ft, and who, after lime well -cent elsewhere! returns to assist in Ihe ileparln t "I History and Leo- i - Mr. 11. N, Davids,,!,. Ml, Davidson 1)0/1 had live years' e\. peiicnce ns a high school principal in this slate and bus always been intensely Interested in the rural organisation work looking to Hie betterment of living con- ditiont in the country, His doctorate dissertation, on which he is now work- ing, Is entitled "Rural Cooperation in Virginia,'" it will be submitted to (he faculty of JohnS Hopkins University as a thesis in the ilepaiitneiil of History. Mi. Davidson entered Hopkins in inn. His chief interest and t-ITiirt i have been along Ihe lines of Political Economy a-vl Political Science. Thus he i- eminently qualified to teach these lubjeeti here lie would have been awarded his doctor's degree this ><■"' had he not come to Richmond Colle...
WAKE UP CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
WAKE UP CLUBS.
Last year there were several active clubs on the campus, iau the) teamed to have passed out with the old yea', (let busy. men. and make the clubs count, show the new men what they stand fur. The Chatham Training School Club i» not to be counted among these slci-pim! clubs, for il continues to have its t-eguh r meetings and has elected the following! Officers for this year: President, 11. A, Nobliit: Vice President, (I. M. Turner; Secretary. 11. L. Nicholas; Treiuitr. r, C S. Whitehead: Annua! Representative, E. v. Nohiin; Press Representative, L j 11. Snead. i laist year the member* of the 0. T. IS. Club promised lo use their inllin to get more men In come lo Richmond College, and they have evidently kept (heir word, for this year TWELVE lie* men from C. T. -S. entered the Freshman Class at It. C. tin last Wednesday night the old mcni hers of the club entertained the tic* members by serving let cream, eakt I fruit*, salted peanuts and cigars If | abundance. From...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
!'!e|cM*Ml^l.All i; r tichinnnd College and V7oethampton College Weekly. lIIHI.ISHI-0 KVKKY PtttDAl ipiinn, li.aj Pet Year, In Advance: Single Copies, j Cents. 1 on id. A 2 JETER HALL EDITORIAL BOARD 11. M. Snlhcdand, Edjtoi.in.Chiel. I liuhelh-Uj/p I Aii't. EdiUin-in-Cla I i .. I . Coleman / I- 1,-iiiinr McCnrtliy J Kunia.i) Gnma Aum'i.le Kditol. JraeiH. Potret V J. E. Dunlord MANAGEMENT I., W. Miller, Huiineii Manage! M. T. Spec, I R, R, Cheptll I Ash. BbnooM Manoptn 11. A. rWII I ' I'di/nhcthMcLcaii | All business matters should be ed- it gited t» the Business Manager. All ol or natters should come to the Editor- il Chief. We shall he plcnsod to bandit any :- identt' communications with due con- I K-ration. All unsigned correspondence \. ,11 not be published. Entered as second-clnss matter Novcm- I r 8, 1015, at the Post-Olrko at Rich- :. jnd College, Va,, under the Act of Con- !, ess of March .), 1870. FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 13, lino
SECOND TEAM SUFFERS HONORABLE DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
SECOND TEAM SUFFERS HONORABLE DEFEAT.
l.n-t Suuiiiltii 1 em uiqojul ''■'"" "ici lln» 'I'lercn' at I lie •I'ilin Miuhliiill Rlghi ■Sclii.nl 'ill lli'inlil Slice! I'm I, mill 111 tll„llj4ll lllrl llellt ilmcll to, ilcl'ml In tlic luim iii ii <lo«v T;oi )'';'>' '"'*'' PUW riiumiii to lie |Uoui|. of. their lljilit in He lie inliU. ill.- Inllellillhl II Hi'Ol 111 liV I lie S|lii|e|i cnllle ill the seCQUII Imlf mi,|,\mn ifiijiieil by atralghl line sinn.-mi cm |[C,I tlic Imill '.lei tile I Mlirn lie picked mi o|ieniim throiutlj .pun,l II- UK* the Htlll Ot fill' e.lllle fot (111 Spider*, 01 him the Tltn«»;pj»jiatcn my», "Youps> siiu|«.ns ui HuorUt proved to lie'llie" Imkhnne ol'tliiV-llMi-ii, ninl hi* work throughout tlic'game »»• ol the Mjftliml linle'r, The In urn of ill* attack '/ell to 1u- Int. while a giKJil ■■him- of the '.lefi'll -lie work, 111-il I'llllle le | way, Hi" ability to carry the hull wo* |irnvei! ( idi;«rly." Knr the Spider*, beside* Simpson, Butler, Kiiiin...
SEEN IN A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
SEEN IN A DAY.
A t'reshlltnn who on (wo OCCSSIont eiinic into History i cias- ial throughout a lecture on Europe in the seventeenth can tnry, and then asked. "Is this Kiigii-b I?"
A profetSOr ftt an Ohio college i- up- held us a living example Ilia! v lem-hcr can make money leaching for this ten. , son: Within the Ural nine inonibs of his -l,i;. there he was able to buy it live j iiii.—enger l-'otd louring cur. How iilhoil Miss Keller and her Ford': We arc not Ining left behind ill the professorial! economy nice, that's certain.
,\ professor whq was t<"> "dogmatic" i i.iiNc lie assarted tin.t there tm- only mic iiun iii Bhaksapeara and one "i iii* pupils found tiini iti war <c than lII.' I .'Ullillc,
A fellow win, slept a whole .lee-, o-t a caooloM pillow tor Ihe simple reason that be was 100 buy. to id us say. lo get a pillow case front the bottom of bis trunk,
A student in Junior law who left one ■of his law hooks oi, the ttnor of a certain r...
Heard in the Lecture Room. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
Heard in the Lecture Room.
"This function of the lieitds of a ma-| jorily of you fellows ill here is to keep your neoktiet from slipping Off."
in mil' exchanges this week we no- knowledge the receipt of The Virginia 'Tech.. The What Hopkins News Letter. The Arizona Wild Cat, The Randolph- Ma.'nu Yellow Jacket and Tho William and Mary Lint Hat.
Ml** KgglestoU (calling the refectory over the office phone): "Mad HTB-B, please," Ceiilnil: "Line's busy." Mias Bgglettoe (hanging «P the re- •eaive**!: *'f guess I'll have to call them over the pay phone.
CONCERNING DR. ANDERSON [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
CONCERNING DR. ANDERSON
\ call at the Inm,.'' ~!' IV. Undersoil,' head oi Ho. ,le|iitilaieiil of lli'slnry' and [ I'lllilicill ,Sciel|,|,, ,l!, 0 1,.-lore We Hell! , to press allotted bbc InfnJrguilttßU that Hi, Anderson win lecnvei lug slow ly audi m.i- imping io 1,, able I" return in college within ihe neck. At the prwen/ tirno la ,s iniiihlc tO use his. voice at all snd the allenli'ill of specialists gives hill III" mentaly relief.' We Iriily hope fM | -peedy If very.
i hiishipber c. i ~v oi Newport. News wa« on the iiatiipii.s Sunday and Monday.
Frank Elliot!. '18, bus just undergone an i,(o-t nl ii ni al -Inbiisou ami Willis' llos ' piiui and Is recovering nfcelj now.
See Dick Vp'hi'll for Pennant-.
JUST GRINS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
Dr. Loving (giving .lellnitinil nf phy- sics); "Pliynic* i* tlm prniblel imi of ill- animate bodies which la not permanently c.uiuectcil nitb temporal composition," (Editor's Note, Thi* i» n« clear n* ~f "Slcin's" chocolate slmkes.l
c. ii, Johnson in poyuology cbj^H; "Doctor, what is the prool ol ii bone shaping; Itself to the soft parts of Hie body" Dr. Soling: "Why, I can take a baby'- head aad pull il into three or four pieces like ii boll of eotlon. I conhln'l d" your head thill way because you ale more .' twine lidded,'" I "Is there any particular tport that, ym. , arc I,aid ol '" no.- asked a new gill across : the Ink". "U l,y. I like Tiny Wieker-eroi—" A Kal was seeking Inforinnt ion of a senior in regard In his ticket. "Are you going to take a 11. A. or a ! I!. S." •lib. I'm not going lo take either I'm gOing to gra.hlale, i Three reason* why women an- migels: | I. They frequently gO Up in (be air. [ ■>. They are always harping on some- thing. :t. ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
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WHO'S WHO AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916
WHO'S WHO AT WESTHAMPTON.
Prnsidenl I'liacnce ItoKton, '17 House President tiladya Ihillonoii, '17 Vies I'resident . Until Puekett. '17 Treasurer . . .llhiirtah eieOarUey, 'la Secretary Unlet Winlt, W Senior (tcpi-oiietilalive Florence Smith, '17 Junior Representative Dorothy tiaiey, 'Id Sophomore Representative Kloniinr KoboiUon, 'l!l Trcshmnii Hepresenlntive Cynthia Thompson, "M Athletic President ,,, Mary Decker, '18 If, VV. C. A. I'ri'sideut Emily Gardner, '« Advisory Member Ida* May L. Keller
President Kmily (Inrdner, 'IS Vice President .Elir.nlielh (loities, 'IB Treasurer Ruth LHintt, '17 Sect clary Kranci's Woodson, '111 Cabinet ,.... Elisabeth Waddill, 'Il Elisabeth deifies, 'is Kli/ahcth ('nmp, MR Kleanor Robertson, '10 , , .Tlor.ithy Cary. '1H Is u I lie11in- Love '17 , ..KlUabaifh Kliysnn, '1"
Y,W. C. A.
President Nancy Decker, TS Vice-President Elizabeth I'anekenbrniigb. '18 Societaiy .lulii'ii Brown, 'lb Trcii-iiiei Vir...