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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

Cottrell & Cooke . . PRINTERS . . No. $ COVEKNOJt XTKEET — 11l IMggslll— FOR A LONG RIDE AND A SHORT SHIMON COME TO Leigh Street Church , S CENT CAR FARE CARS STOP AT CI KIRCH Provides for Disability, n »av- inxa account, a foundation for i business. ' SEE "CHICK" I le has what you need—-Guar anleed Low (lost Life Insut- nnre—Accident. Hcnltli and Liability Inturance, J. K. WOODWARD 80S Mutual Kinbiine, Trawlers Insurance Co. Mail 0800 STARnO-DAY.a!;:::;„r , r l : 1 " 1 liei'ii pulling oil' so Intnl. Collin to-day ii' d -lur , iilul you wl I ui'v- r regret it, llir, er cetil. eon pound iulerist | niil on -n\ ing Ace .nuts. MERCHANTS NATIONAL RANK ".Snlest lor Savlntfa" 1101 K. Main St, RICHMOND, VA. The Store That Satisfies Talman Auto Supply Company Acei-Hsuries mill Supplies) «i 2.) East Main Street Grant Drug Co. Seventh an! Broa 1 Streets OPEN ALL NIGHT WE SAVE YOU MONEY ON DRUGS The Globe Envelope &, Printing Co. (INCOHPOHATI'IH 13 Governor St. RICHMOND, VA. I Maniifact...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

RICHMOND COLLEGE Every reader of the "Collegian" is Interested in milking liicltninnil Oollegn a strouxer mni etter College. Much oltliiH gieat lank eliii|iHto Titieices, F'snilij, and Alumni, nt a large part properrb lulls to tha etndeniH of this aeeeion. The public dtaV Mt J** realise the rjoaaillltltw of owr new location, nor tli* t>srs'lsVm. hegianlng that hae l.wn nieds already. The public bellevM the Cull.ye hi ml. mid lines not al all appreciate our iicoa (or mure buildings, mr larger endowment, lor morn scholarships. I'erhnpe yon am enjoying the lament nf a scholarship, \t\ your acquaintances know what, it raw tit tn jou, ami that proably two more good stii.lents from your county would l.c hero if sehossirehips cinld be provided tavern. The College is c greet philanthropy, li- olllcerH il.wlrc to extend its hmietlts, but wish, at, ih. same time, to improve the quality of tlm advant«aee olFered to students. The puolic aoenpta tl..' etudentu as representatives of the Collag...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 13 October 1916

■ SEE COACH DOBSON ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Equip- ment for Men and Women. Sweaters, Sport Coata, Caps, Tennis (ioodp, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skate?, etc. Every Varaity Tcuin at Richmond I ColleKelaoiHtittefl by A. 0, Spaldlnu \& Bros., which firm Coiu-h lnta been leprt-M'ntln", for ten yenm. The Quick Line Between the East and West USE THE Cfeo Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond A. P. GENTRY I'hone liainlolpli gQg) Eagle, Emblem, Dayton, Crescent, Ardmore Arch, Aviator Bicycles. Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET RICHMOND, VA. Grace Street Baptist Church Fonihee and lir.ei! Hlnvta. SERVICES Sunday School - OlgO A. M. Proai-lnng, 11 A. M. and 8:00 P M ST. V. P. V. - .7 I. M. THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S CHURCH Advertise in the Richmond Collegian

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS

RICHMOND COLLEGE AND WESTHAMPTON COLLFHIv FRIDAY, uiToiil , ■ IW

The Richmond Collegian

Viil,. 111.

*No. 5

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SPIDERS TO PLAY TIGERS TOMORROW FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP GAME OF THE SEASON TOMORROW AT BROAD STREET PARK. GAME CALLED AT 3:30. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

SPIDERS TO PLAY TIGERS TOMORROW

FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP GAME OF THE SEASON TOMORROW AT BROAD STREET PARK. GAME CALLED AT 3:30.

'I' 1 hnmplonsWp lid Is raised tomo? run and ai mi .i|ieiici- oi' the sorles, the linrdosl fonghl gan i them nil will be |ilii\."i vi Broad Strati Park, !'!.•■ champs nl Is -i season will bs I duplicate cup while tha Spiders thirsting i"i revenge i"i the i«" dc i,'in- handed them |aai yew. The locals have gone through s strenuous Wflek ol practice, and have rounded Into c smooth irorklng machine thai will prosoni to lliiiii|i,|,'ii siilney n formidable defense. The Tigers Jinve ■ well piled plunging in.,-I, Held with which they expect to 0|,|„,1|,.|,1. Henderson and Pitt, two oi our mosl \alualile ini'li. wilo liiive liii'll "ill oi tin- game for the laal two weeks, have pro* lii'niiy recovered from their Injuries, and mil undoubted!) be semi in the Itu»*up. Tiu'i »iii add ,l,'iiiui,'b io iii.. strength ~t the ti'iiin. Several new plays have been trie...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SPIDERS HOLD VIRGINIA TO THREE TOUCHDOWNS SNAPPY GAME STAGED ON LAM BETH FIELD RICHMOND COLLEGE SHOWS OP WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

SPIDERS HOLD VIRGINIA TO THREE TOUCHDOWNS

SNAPPY GAME STAGED ON LAM BETH FIELD RICHMOND COLLEGE SHOWS OP WELL.

-\ iisi Improvement In charging ol onr in, mi defense. W ha! few plays thai we used were run off smoother than al mo other previous game, bul still then Was a lack of unity between line and book field. Virginia preaanted a fortuui- niilt' line oi defense, and their offense had lots of drive, Our line on dofense wii- nut outguessed, which was verj gratifying, and wa wen- onlj rorced hack i,t "i, iiiri power. I'iMi'i'i i"i a ii'ii (jencj i" tackle high bj Carter the work of the line w«i aw llant Pall showing" al fullback was rorj ii-" i ...nil Dobaon. in tin. Lambeth Plaid Saturday was il mv. of tin- scrapples! light- svei fought by mi eleven rapri ting Rich* iiuukl College, The entire team went Into the iiiii saturated with light, and thej ni'tii h'l up l"i an in-tant until the In -1 whittle ha,l sounded. The work of the liv both offense and defense was ol a varl...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
VOTE TODAY FOUR OFFICERS IN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TO BE FILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

VOTE TODAY

FOUR OFFICERS IN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION TO BE FILLED.

Save you voted, and 11 not, why nol i in.- yourself al once to the ball |ual oui side the Senior Lav mom m the Ailmln Intro Building and rust your ballot for the lour offices to be filled today. iiit< polls will li<> open from lo to IS oYU'I.. Ballots uill be give bj tin -iiii'iiiii oi tiir Association, He sura I l ..'in before jou drop them In Ihe box, No unsigned ballot will be counted. i he places lo !„• voted for and the pun who ai" candidates for than are a* lot- In,!-.: Vice-President, i Boyd Taliaferro, Phillip I. Vilnius. Executive Committee. v. s. Lawrence, Sitmiii i Bowman, Assistant Bnsk.'kthull Manager. Ramon i'.in'in. George Mack. I'i'iit Hamilton, Albert l". i liiiilliani

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

RETURN OF THE PRODIGAL.

Prances Shlpman has a! last corns! \\e have I ii Impatlentlj awaiting hat sine ■ iii" new - came t unl she «ai gt mv a)oii| all rigid after bu operation tot sppendii ii Is. Mai- and Mottle kepi the tin I hat arrival a dead sesrel in or- Jul to "" ■v- ii joyful surprise, w s are hoping now thai som n «ill kill the fail•■ I i.iii In i"'i hoi nl Invite us all in.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
GREEK PLAY—-"THE TROJAN WOMEN" BY WESTHAMPTON TOMORROW NIGHT IN THE AUDITORIUM. IT'S A TREAT. BRING HER WITH YOU AND YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

GREEK PLAY—-"THE TROJAN WOMEN"

BY WESTHAMPTON TOMORROW NIGHT IN THE AUDITORIUM. IT'S A TREAT. BRING HER WITH YOU AND YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.

I Tomorrow night will wltiioia ionie< thing untlrelj unique In the annate of Richmond College the presentation hi a Greek play. The production In question .• I !,. I mmn \\ ..nun" (il l.'iii ipiiliw. The eaite «111 !.'■ enl in Ij ol \ oung wo> hi.vi 1,1 v ,a.i hanipton i ollego, These young woine nrohearaed foi a t im.' last •ummer on iiii- plaj and have been itcadil} vi wie. ilnaa the opening of college. Tin- la.uiiu Hie caie, n produa ti,,n ~i iiu' blghesl iiu'i'ii nay I \ pasted, Bverytbing i- reaily for the rlalng ci iii< curtain. Th -111111.'- have been deiigned with the grentoit call and with fliiollt* (.a i,M.,11,ni ,I,'luii, ii,e icauary im-1 n painted by Mi. Yaeka, oi whose abilitlai there 1- [uestlon, uml the young women have thai) parte down per- fectly, Di. Montgomery, to whom the oredll is due fo* Hi.' pin.v. w...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
COTILLION CLUB DINES AND DANCES HOLD INFORMAL DANCE AT STOP TWENTY-NINE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

COTILLION CLUB DINES AND DANCES

HOLD INFORMAL DANCE AT STOP TWENTY-NINE.

Monday night the Cotillion dub, with ii- niuni.'-i members, and ebisitesl -mii.-.-i - from acruu the lake, Interspersed iviih n few debutantes from Sown town, hi.|.! anothei ul their little Informal' di - v' the home of Mi i. Genti y al -tn|i i went] -nini'. When the itudenl bodj gathered al iiu- refectorj i"i their evening repast,

tlie.t were dumbfounded by smiling jiini and brlghl bjbs In iMr midst, li .mii- the il.in.ui'-' party gracefull,! gaining the wherewithal i«- ui|i the lifilit inii!.l-1 ie toe mini iiie tM'f Men' hours. Witty repartee, soft glances mnl gallant phaaas wero tl rdev nl tho tins, iiml ilieii tliii repaired to those confines wlieie tin. floor wit, mi (li, and the inie-ii' tin- Waiting, A In-,! ihe hiiimi had been d«laye«l for soma reason tv oilier, ii iiui|i- bj ii ,iit|i game over ii Jackeon ward, and Tiny Wicker and Mi-- \\ illi- ii'iiilen-il ninny delightful pieces, w...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THOMAS LECTURES BEING PLANNED SERIES WILL BE THE BEST EVER GIVEN HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

THOMAS LECTURES BEING PLANNED

SERIES WILL BE THE BEST EVER GIVEN HERE.

" plans n,hi btelnj formed In the col lege iiiliu- in,iiure, the iir-i Thomas ; l'oiini!ni inn Lecture oi the session ol tOIS-17 will be given in the audl'tortum of ih" college mi November loth, This *l'l bs il ponlng vi Hi" a,~,i int-i [three leetnree, Ii will be followed by another series ol Hire,' more i,,i,,,. I arly spring. j Although mi positive arrangements

I,in,. i„.,"i m i.i.'. .1 , ... probable thai tho speaker mi [foven i unit «iii bs I'ml, .-ol I U Wallfl I lie I miel sit', of Nehrii-kit. .M.'iilioii ill 11.,, ii.iin calls in mind the ivonderfnl Inveettpa. lime. ..I Professui vVallaee in luniii'i- portainlug io Kjiakospenro mnl hi- works lie ranks iv mv ol ilie Itadliiu. linerloan authorities on the snbjoct. Hi- , I.mv io this dlsl iiiriiiiii i- baaed on iii'iiii'Miii.'iiis alone, limine the hut sjx years Professor Wallace mnl his «iii hine spent n small fortune in pur ■vi! ni source...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

We'll pull the Tiger's tail tomorrow. Lot's gel m a i ,i ii tmplonaltip, lur v, Bud i ' '" ' llu'." you '"al j I"ll I \Y" in I,m old --I II thai will mv!. ~an yell like c fog houn Help the Leonids i Ul I trouhlo In the Pc • a,i Thcmiopolaei thofo .- a little , -eiii'in, m .in,in,,i ilii s;,,niin,- Front now, inn that ni.! Red mul Blue o ..in- i .' «ih !.,".• thai garni ~ ji put 'im in tin iinnli ii

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THE LAST APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

THE LAST APPEAL.

'ol'u-l I prlvlle, ■I- I-' , the ii'iiin wo iir" I Spider's of n-. perhaps you say we an n hln I i bain mnl wain iiu in io v in. urn m 'we ihpW' 111!.' ill" II oil Ih" Belli wr hi.II; making thorn fee) il I Mqmjaj niii'iii'iiii, tin i" ,i"i" nine -~ rubs" oul for practice and n total ol ib ittidi nl • graced the i tfee tteld with thi " ■ ,m.i t"i we talk of winning a pionshlp, ' 1,, win that li"ii"i we have got I think, "ai, mii,. tudj ami then phv} ' f hall. I? inn ii jon do lin sac- j iiii"" a trip to in" n, gel on' on Ilm Bold; in the after as i c - .•■>' the men on the squad in theli pre put n,"i" pep in their wt tlu'in tight hardi i for the college Those men on the Bold d • suppui 1. 11",. give up personal vi"- iai h vi"' ii" vi and give of tbsit

|)ioiu!tij) series Is upon us, We BBfl win tin-- game to be In tho running for Itho cup, iii.- Tigers have nnwtlonll.! year iiu.k ami ~: llk« a I -• iillre i i-erj mother's »oi - will bi il '-.iiiiiiluy ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SEE "THE TROJAN WOMEN" [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

SEE "THE TROJAN WOMEN"

'!„,i,„.i„» evening al - I i o'clock the ,',,ii,i" women ol Weathampton Collage, will pri'-.'iii in Hi" auditorium of Rloh* mond i allege Euripides' world-famous piny, I'The Trojan W i.f it hai iii'i'n prepared with the greatest oare un der ih" direction of otto varaed In »ll thing! ni"' inn, Mr. Montgomery, I'lverv man lv Rlohn i College uml over* young wotttan In Wi thnmpton College ibonld be present, tt Is In evar* tense ol the word w All College affair, which, ii nol supported, reflects on n- in nn favorable light as being Inimical uml nnresponalvo to i hinge cultural, Vs wa -.'.• ii there are at least Svo masons why all ihould attend. They j„iv .I i The young Indlos have worked itt ii i. , nre and .'l.lll-111111111111' devotion on l|| I It ma) he the only eh.in. c mini) ..1 vi will hai cc a real Ureal pla) acted and staged aape-rbly, (8) is the fallen 1' a,l similar plaj •to follow, pi, j. ,in tho inline ii needs preianl I if.it lav nil.ui.inn.e. il...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
HIP-POCKET ESSAY FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

HIP-POCKET ESSAY FOOTBALL.

Football i- lour flfteen-mlnuta fights '. ,l"",i li\ I W "111 >-I (I'll liu-i, ' "Mi,! ~i I'.ii.'-iiin.. loiisi--jniiiii'ti re- si .ii i usual!; dot ■ w {mi tin, biggest man on "ii liei leain saj -. Thi i,i,i\.'.i in the fall, frenrj late, and pud; , iiii armor thai would make tlia steel plated Richard < our dc Lion think he wai In Ids pajamas, in II the} uas an ■■ i i".i about ii"- ih ,i.,', n duck ■ .-■-. and pumped as full "i ttin,i as i'"i'i\ i; on a political i.u.i|'.i"i iii" object "i il ami Is to knock ii'wn (our tnon, pulverlM three, the i' molndei in i iiri'i. ufths o| a ■~ ■ i,,1 .i (tor the re (i I'oo'l imlin;: wliislle blows. The hull i- i,talced off i young moje bill .|,,wn Hie 1,, 1,1 into iiu itummlk of a ~l;l k, Who imnii'ilialrli he ■ ■ ward all lour poll the oompna at v inn" time, Bix hundred ami four lueii I'roni ili" opposing eleven imultaneously, and the grand stand yell II appreciation as he grace, luilv plow- a -i\ iinii ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DR. SMITH SPEAKS AT VESPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

DR. SMITH SPEAKS AT VESPERS.

Dr. IV. (!. L, Smith, rsiiiotnbereil by ninny >v the i ollpge llumul ai the Pa tor oi the Rceond Baptist Church, ns wall a- by "Billy" Smith and lltrod smith. son* "i iir, Smith ntd itai - of Brs! in.i. nl" mi Die Spider ifiiiu al th« old < ollego, spotn al Voapers la»t Sun- day tv v large nn-l appreciative andleiico Speaking fl tin- llit'in,'. "laiil • I inn for M"ii,"' Hr. smiiii ampboelsed the statement ul esui thai followers ol Him were lo I"' like God. and in hii I'lcsir and ' (ul wat In iii.w.'ti how iiit'ii might a i this |,i,-ii,i,,i 1,,,]-, ~i >~„i tin man, iii" Colleges wars glad lo »',el ta Dr. Smith hoi igaln to Virginia from tlm Old North State and hops lo see il," "in.n i- beginning to show the effort ~i practice and Instruction mnl should -""a be in g i musical form In BVcrj waj i luj Weal i ptpn girls we showing iii" College, boya up i little ii a standpoint of loyalty to the okpbr, judging from the number present* Mr, Ralp...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
PROF. ACKISS FILLS IN AT Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

PROF. ACKISS FILLS IN AT Y. M. C. A.

The -eheihii".! speaker al tin X l , m. D A, meeting of Thursdaj nlglil did i ip- I...i il gh ai, Inadvertence mnl his taken h.\ the General Secretary, Mi. Acklss i'\|iinini"! to ih" student! Dr. I)iu"ii- I Mr. Apl i pi ii ""i lm an omploj - int'iii bureau and tho efforts to be made to put it on i firm basis, in Dingus and ,U \, kiss hate had lev- oral folil'i'ieili'.'s ii- in v. ,i;, - mil iii,a li. 01. of doing iini- commendable plane nf work, and Dr, Dingus has an nrllalo ■■ pi i ih" luniii'i' in full elsewhere In this paper, Mr. tekisn then s|»>i i the used (oi i, ii, - ■ .u.H in ink" care of their health He cited several Instances thai had oonii in hi- personal knowledge In which men who had excelled In the Holds m" mental aciiteve nf arid who when iliey liml limilK won IllgltCSl 1",n,,i- liml |„,|,|i WW is n n cli ■ Il limy liml ii." i,. i. i i" take ci their health |am! were grttduatecl learned lirwdtdi obronli dyspeptics, and etn...

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Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
YOUNG NO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION TO BEGIN GYMNASIUM CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

YOUNG NO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION TO BEGIN GYMNASIUM CLASS.

mi Monday, October KBd, nil College men who defetra II may he!s the oppoi j iiiiuty oi taking »j a i mafic axaroJie in the temporary Gymnasium down by the Powi House. \ii'. Burton Van Dyke, who lias bad quits s good deal nl as pel a ii"" in I In' ! .M, I. A. '.!> iiiiimtiiiiiis in i.iuiisti!:,. Xt„ unit Richmond, Va.,

[•h>s consented to bud tbtat work and j.'iiiiiini mi.i i,i'l|iini leadership la there jin a "il. There will lie nc cliargi foi i in- "lie-- mii every college man ■ ngngod in soin, -on ol physical .on, ii> \"i"i." is Invited and urged i, in. a,i Tii" i,.,.-ii.iii.ui., ni" prompt n llllngnwa, and a glad suillo, n s .lt',l lhal lii" men WSBI llnii work iii" i.i iiiini dum shoes are nol a ii ~ sltj iii" ii"'iv has ,'oii-iaii"ii en tho use vi' the Gymnasium (tout t i, to i;i.> i. ML and there will !„• a fiM pre. i n\ stunts i"i i,"in 5i46 to (1100 I., Al, nml llr. Vim Myl-e will fins.- pr...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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EMPLOYMENT BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

EMPLOYMENT BUREAU

Dear Mr, Bdlton May i have enough space to supplement a brief il a tauten I In hut week's Ool' I. L'lau relative to the Bmploytaan! Bu> i. v "i ih" young Men's Christian Al union"' Gvorj I'-iir (In'le ai" sin dents iv Coii.fu' wiio wniii hi- n i in "am a few dollars loch weak bj waj ol reducing thalr oxpahaca. The number ol students Is likely to and ought to in- crease year bj year. Thar* an alio tun,limit-,, niiiiiiita.'lini'is, an,l otln-i flrinH in mnl around Richmond, bul in ri'Ui'li of Hi" t ollOge, wlio iiieil (lie halp i,I -lull young nii'ii lor part tint" only. i' nii'iii i'-"!:iwrlghl luis appointed n committee from 111«■ Faculty to eo-oper- at,' with lie.- oiii,"is ~i the v \i. c ,\ liie- Committee wnnt lo 1»' lie iihmii oi bringing togothor tin-." two Intaraitad parties the itudeuts who \* i-.ii omploj iiieiii iiinl id,, bullueti uii'ii "I ili" "iij wini warn in employ. Member* "i this iiuiiil"" hat,' iiliiuilv i'onl,.|i"i| with several firms in...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN ' i Tin' Richmond (.'"lli'ilc anil Wislloiiiiptun ! College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY , 'en,ui, $i,i« Pi ■ f*ar, n lowtci ii )« Copiei, sC< - i OFFICE AI H lIKIIAI.L ' EDITORIAL BOARD 11. M. Sutherland, Edhoi In CbW, Bh Alan I BdJtors-laJ hnl It. r. Coleman i Elasnoi Md nthy , & D pS? *•« *~ ' J, 1.. Duniord HANAGBMBNT I-.. \V Miller, Hiiiimin Manager M. V. Splcst I It. It. Clmpcil I A< s |. Bu.nii'M Maimgen I 1. A. Ru»-cll I l'.ll/„l,.||,Mcl.c l „, I All business nutter* should he ml- Ira ted to th* Business Managw, All other matter* should pom* to the Editut- :n Chill We tball be pleated i» bandit any stiidcni-' communication* with due con- ilderatioa, All unsigned correspond will not be published. i'ui' o,i i scond ilata matter Novum- hci B, totg, »l ibe l'u.sl'Oiticc at Rich- mend College, v-c, undsi th* Act of Con- n I 'I Match J, 1870, FRIDAY, OCTOBER., 20, I Dili

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