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SPIDERS LICK BLUES. GAME DEVOID OF SENSATIONAL PLAYS, AND CHARACTERIZED BY RAGGED OFFENSE IN BOTH TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916
SPIDERS LICK BLUES.
GAME DEVOID OF SENSATIONAL PLAYS, AND CHARACTERIZED BY RAGGED OFFENSE IN BOTH TEAMS.
eleven i i Llghi Infi r.h" uninteresting game i .a. h 1,-, mi used i i;. . ■ a hole " '"mi lemn |ii.n ue. in ■ a i.r iii" louii h quartet. i lie a whob "i- rnggi'i aii'i i (cresting from the view po|nl of the spectator, who Imuran,k latum al runs Hid other spectacular -lull Ma,- I'iu •' returning of punti wai s redeeming featurl, while Hoblm and t artoi gal I consistently on tackle uni plaj i, i "mi until" both toui'ii' Mown-, ami pu| Up 0016 In-.iui ilul I St'l ling, : sh,'|iiiei.i al ,'"iii"i an.l Blmpson al hull iini -.1 leellonl worki Meredith ai mii.i I Moh/ I Dennis ol the back iii'l'l iii Hi" heal work for Urn I soldiers,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916
WALK OVERto the WESTHAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH STUDENTS CLASS 9:30 to 10:15 A. M. DR. W. J. YOUNG, Tenclier ™"jVEW STAR M r^ffr. MANUFACTURED hy Baughman Stationery Company WHAT WILL BE YOUR LIFE WORK? ! Ol • Y»le nr»duaiin(j cl»n», a companion ol Ifl h-ailing ocaupatioaiiliiiwiiliot those who ent(«n'<l m Ills insurants mads lbs largea" income during the period ol 5 yean. There ii no bellei Company lo irpreicnt than tin- IVnn Miituai, orn- nl ihe nldett, »n.l basUbowa in the world—7o yean old, $700,GU0,(XX).0() iimiramc-in- lotci - $17 5,000,000.00 aiKti. Alwayi openingl lot hinder*. DIGGS & MOSELEY, General Agents /■;. ,s. Vn\Portts, Ctuhutr Hoitioridoti Mutual Building, RICHMOND, I i.
POLLARD X BAGBY, Inc. REAL ESTATE RENTS LOANS SALES RENT A REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER h w,ll ln'ip you iv your ichool work. I"ERtoSi $3.00 per month, 3 months, W.SQ psysbls In REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 010 I-:, MAIN ST Nil I |(. W. Mil It H I ~1 A „,! IHIHI AS HAI.I. B"/ iii,me Ran, Wit), ...
SEEN IN A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916
SEEN IN A DAY.
\ mini uini missed Hi" trip to the University ol Virginia bj missing bin train, lie took II In Has iplrlt, though, tini' two friends "i t Una, Toeham and yui Tnk Chung, reeding eagerly and villi glistening Byes n paper printed In Chinese, Needless to lay, iln-y begun al in.' bottom and teed upward*. The youngesi man In college, He is fifteen mnl hasn't bacit Initiated info the mysteries pi his Brit pair ol "long mi yet, \ "'iiil'iii'iii i llni/il mnl tine I'nim I'm in ttlco iii give in Richmond I ollegs n cosmopolitan mi. By ii„. way, we nave thirteen states represented on our at« leiiiinnei. Rostov ihi- year. Absolute!} lm action taken to secure lm- mv oampu 'in bl orb o}d I'm' liuiM- Ing that would be prieoles* for Iti ai- soclatlons as the years paised. THE I'oi.l.Kiil.W will I'.'ii.'iil;, mpporl any iiniieiiii'iif among the students looking in securing this building for us, A splendid work being d by the V. M. c. A. in tin. matter ol securing employment (or ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE Every reader ol tho "Oollfgifttt" Is Interosted In making Richmond Oollege a si roni er'iniil el lei College, Ikturliaf ttlhl giOtl lush eli llgRtO 'J 11 hi is. f • h 1111 > uml Alumni, U| „ Imp. pari projMttlj lulls lo il'i shell ut.- of lids H'M-iiii. 'J'lu public doe* ma yet ruiliw' the |)0*llllltle* i I I 1)1 111 « locnttl ii' mi Hie i \i i Hi iii beginning that Inm heeii mado already, The public believe* the College i» rich, and do** not nl all a|i|nec ule our i it lor more building*, for linger eiulimnieiii, lor mato scholarship*, Perhaps yon ar ikjvlng tbebotmui ■■/ a soboUrsblp, I e, your sc'iiiuiiiiuiicts know wiuii ii mean* mffon, nnd iltatproablj two more good stiidcnis From vonr county Mould lie here could no proi Idi d them Tho Oollegu is a great |'liiljWT>ro|iy. llNCillfWu desire to exloiid iis l„iicni but wtab, nl Die same lime, W/wWe 'I'M >|iift*litjj/ ilie advantage* offered lo siiideiiis. Tlio puollfl accept* the MTOK# tt,< l .<| l '...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 20 October 1916
a _ COACH DO6SON ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Bquipl incut for Men and Women. Sweater*, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Qoodi, Golf Goodß, Bathing Suits, Skitai, etc. Every Varalty Team nt Richmond College la outfitted by A. G. Spaldin| & Hr<m., which firm Coach has been fepreienttnfj for (en y<!ar*. The Quick Line Between the Lust and West USE THE Three Fast Trains Helwecn Norfolk and Richmond A. P. GENTRY Phone liuit'lnlpli 3081 Eagla, Emblem, Dayton, Crescent, Ardmore Arch, Aviator liicycles. Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays 508 WEST BEOAD STREET RICHMOND, VA. Grace Street Baptist Churcl Fottahee end Uraca Street*. SERVICES , Sumlay Sein,nl - 9:80 A. M. Preaching, il A. W, end 8:00 I. W. li. V. P, I. 7 KM THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S CBUBCH ———ri '.Advertise in the Richmond Collex l.f
SPIDERS WALLOP TIGERS Red and Blue Machine Invincible, and First Game of the Championship Series a Decisive Victory [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
SPIDERS WALLOP TIGERS
Red and Blue Machine Invincible, and First Game of the Championship Series a Decisive Victory
By 13 to 2 Count
■■The gout* gives us a good atari In I championship race, but b) no mount a i uf* lead. \\e hmc no raaa be* | li.oe i nm Snturdny's gams thai we I hove > hellei loam than llaiupdercSld' I ney. Our charging Its the flrsl half was i tin- | ■-t of the year, ii ml (lie till- I nei.i tackle was outplayed, I,ui in second lioll tho forward* found themselves end ehargml M thoj I * how, (father team was ebla to do ( much nilen»i\cly l ausa of the itub born dofense offered by both oggrega< , tioiiH. Tin- story "• iin' n "i lw told in one lentencs Pltl and Wlekei , outgeneraled Tburmaa md tha R 8 i,.I.,, uida from that, we have no i, , ...ii to ihnif Itwl m are the least hit Mpartcs to Hampden .Sldaoy." ( each DoiiKon. A machine well-nigh lm| noble, end running with, a - thiwt as ! pw etoioo ilmi sroS r revelation to tha tol towers nt tho ...
"THE TROJAN WOMEN" SPLENDIDLY RENDERED PRODUCTION A CREDIT IN EVERY WAY TO THOSE IN CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
"THE TROJAN WOMEN" SPLENDIDLY RENDERED
PRODUCTION A CREDIT IN EVERY WAY TO THOSE IN CHARGE.
of Knrlpiden thai will lung be ramera hen.l h\ tlioes In attendance. The re setion iii.<•- the football victor) over ii,", pilcu Hh j kepi many awaj who ..ml who will thai the) did no! tec the firel Greek pin;, ever given sf Rlohmond When the curtain ro a, then- before the muiicii.'i' was s seei ntsldo the walls ol the ruined nod fallen < It) of .iii.'ii'iii rm). He' light - «ere 'I.in: the illusion of desolation was oonveyed In an unmistakable way. to the centi i ni the stage was the figure "I the weep hi(4 Hecuba, Mi ■•■ Sydnor, Queen of the glory thai was Troy and was no longer, hot iii ih" "inn memory of strife and .let and pillage. This ue of wreck wal never changed mo idoli thing as sooner) • mii- known lo tho Greek dra inattsta, To Hecuba v she bt led "... ii.'i fate in ;« Foreign bind same i sssandra, Miss Minor, her mad daugh tar, The dialogue bet ween the two was
TENNIS TEAM CONQUERS YELLOW JACKETS CLEVER RACKET WIELDERS SWAMP OPPONENTS ON RETURN TOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
TENNIS TEAM CONQUERS YELLOW JACKETS
CLEVER RACKET WIELDERS SWAMP OPPONENTS ON RETURN TOURNEY.
Hv masterl) playing and the best ol < i-hip. Mi" fellow Jackets were vi..iii i.i, ii-, hi .of Westbampton lo 'i Thursday In single* mal i . Trainht ml •• i | pits tin 1 .me in : i ' .1 rains - nam wen tael and .■ tnptor, girls We hat I • plays on niiih' tin- gang was getting i for gridiron ravens. i Hampden Bid' ney by a bjg rally mi the football Bold. In the singtos, Mack took two »ti [bt from Sun."l in n way that lofl no ii.iuiii ns m who was th" iirti"! i.'i tho i wo pla) Follow "i | hi i talnplo came Trainhani in ((oWlt Sli.uiie.li- in two 11 lifihl -' i also, 'i i - wore olosi Ii i" 'innlsh Inierew md exotta< mon I aplent) to tht gallery, n Hi, the wlnniufl of the two .-inch' matohae, the tottrno) was ours. In the doubles we dh| nol fare so wall, Mon< tagi I Montague yielding to tho su- porlor team work of Swift and Newman, the Jackets .star » kel wlcldwe, This was...
SPIDERS TO MEET INDIANS Second Game of the Championship Series staged at Broad Street tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
SPIDERS TO MEET INDIANS
Second Game of the Championship Series staged at Broad Street tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
i i Flushed by their victory over the arstwhllo Tiger champions, Bart Robins mill his mole -<i<in warriors will endeavor in ilrsugthcu thalr hold on the top rung nf the championship bidder by defeating the husky linn, ii of William and Mary In,linns toniorrow at Uruml Street Park. The Indians, smarting tron the defeat administered to t hem b) lii Ashianders lust Saturday, are out for blood, mill, as has always been I : " when Willhiin and Mar) and Richmond meet on the gridiron, a battle royal is dv« to he itagsd. The huh.in aggregai lon is b) no mean -1
1 one, hut is a husky and hefty iv liie league. Ellis, a star half- back, has I i"ii 'h'M'hipeil, and is a con- si I'"' ilnsr, Comparative nn barometer by which to Judge ii" ii' ngth '.: .1 team, especially in our league, and those who think (lint the Holders will have touchdowns served to i h...
SOME GAME, EH! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
SOME GAME, EH!
\mi maybe Tiny Wicker doosn'l pos- ■ mi e.lnei I toe, Those two lloul goal* wore beauties, Nothing ihnrl "i three championship mips thl* ye* will setisfA us, We've Hie -lull. we'Va not Ihe coach ami Wfi'vt |(a| the pep, HO what'- to Inn,I,a UN'.' :: all hill k. IVfl ller- umi I ■ tit other words " hi , we si I thai wt nm the Tigers, (Tavei in the hit ■ I -"ii ha mdi a brasi lined '■"■" ■■ I, perpotual i, i.iI rooting r . iaj -lie, Hghl e-flnlsh bunch ol old Red and ■ •■ fci rs stayed with '-an like in , latntthtj ai Broad Street Pork It iva. ■.,,»!■ oomlngi hut »hen il ,|i,| MB il < me With a rush, ami |«f| ani Format exhibition* of Its kind far In tin near, tt was the old pep thnl has won many a victorj by It* exhillratlng Influ em-" pii lha players, and Saturday'* root hijj »a.- no exception to the rule, H lioljwd hcl|,r,l mice Ihan we think tt pul that B|hl Into our eleven Hull nbowad li,ini|..lc„si,i„„ v ,,,, i n ,, VI .,. V ,),, pertmeul of the came. The...
GENTLEMEN AND A DOLLAR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
GENTLEMEN AND A DOLLAR.
Tin. nii'iimi.i ul mini rumu'lli nut. tn Hn. li when iiniii-iii- inn' been fur nlshed mnl n.i'ii in the Richmond Colloge Rofcotory, Boine, we aro led to believe, inn., tigliad [or ilh'iii ni Un- bei | " a i.a in. imi nil,ai iiii.y ware nol forth i.mimj iim oaten their meals napkin lees, Then they came to the polnl when the) did mn 'nil. And than ilu.v Wei- ll little ii'--1 lm gentleman. There Itave boon no napkins <>n the tables nt the Refentorj thle year [01 th* simple reason tiie I the followi have nol asked for them itrong enough, Mr. Bur- mu lm- nevuraj hundred In hie itore room, ivniliuj; I'm lII.' OftU mnl lm the] imm in pay the bare laundr) uoets- For il ollege i« imi in v position i" pay 111. eltargßS, nur mv Mr. Iliirii.'ll .lv; io mil <>i' iin. very nominal ihonthlj rate In effieel Thus ii". proposition i- strictly up u< j ii., fellows, Here are the tonus, Per one dollar » man nankins Mill be fur I nlshed bint, a bamboo ring un ...
INTRODUCING "JIMMIE" BLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
INTRODUCING "JIMMIE" BLAKE.
ice, n;iiui.\ .1 foolish question to ash you if you inn an the sti ip ol car toons mi page I. Of course you have, j Yon have doubtless chuckled over th* > levef Ideas and the nest cxecut lon and tho added Iftteres! II cues to ow sheet Those cartoons are the work of Jamas t. i.iiniinie, Blake, a studenl in Junloi Law. He did not Submit the eaitnon- lot «Ur contest) instead w, knew o! | liimuie and went to him tv got a cat toon or plague him without end. w.. got the cartoon. Hhike [a not new lo ihe work liy nny means, Dunn;.', tin four years in wat ni the John Marshall High School he enlivened llie inonlhh niiignvine mid the Annual with hie pen ami ink sketches Then he went with the Times Dispatch and Sunday after Siiuduy saw hit work mi (he frottt page. H was widely .11111- --piinieiiteii mid many a hardened reader said to himself U he iidmired I lie ear. loons: "Thai fellow hus Ihe Ideas mid lie ti\cs I limn up right." for a time it iMMUII M if v...
HIP POCKET ESSAY. THE PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
HIP POCKET ESSAY.
■ trouble, In a stsMnrnsring tongue and I nervous coalition, when Mm ligh(a are I dim and the powder all fw>b#d off, tl take* more poureg id pure bnuu-tlvod in-,\ i' in propose to i girl in loW'ttecked i MMiniL, iireai and stiff-necked naughty linen (hnn II JoOi In in pi in •• « (ii'iitniii i li.er in mill nir. K hifi Niddimm bad Hie mi down pat, The Bra bursa (liek- i ot'ingty, and the glittering Mais east a i.viiie (flow "ii (he cosy epooaJiohkr or ,'it'ii; -he look* pensive ftfld talki bab) talkt aefca him shout bta former sweethearts, and If be loved U'"»>, pkwea . hat hand on his nun with a iai < « touch, forgetting to dike ii away, aud than lie think- he proposed, lli« heads lull full hi' lUeky, nervoua pereplratton, he wipes serosa bta nowlj preaaed trousers, and before the glorious, heev< lenlv. dlvlrt* -mile uf aeeeptaaee spreads to ihe luihe mole itixi around the eorner in.in her eye. in- folda her t» hi- manly i( laa...
MR, RALPH LUDWIG SINGS AT VESPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
MR, RALPH LUDWIG SINGS AT VESPERS.
The Vesper servtoe on bud Sunday offered two treats, one of which was ax< peeled, while H t tt.-t wn- not. Mtl liitiph i.uilwig hrougiit the anilenee a real treat in the way a) maaie whteh was anticipated, hut tl„. Vesper clmir |'I" .id.led to their Usual pleasing work nn anthem win, i, eras well sung and well received, it ti ruswrad that Mr. Barker and his singers haw me mora "mi Hie wn\" and it is to 1,,, bofSd Unit we may henr (hem soon, These MI \ iees me apparently growing mom papu' lar to these who are nunihei'ed among the music lovers ns well us those who have nn appreciation of a -111111, well
wiiil.el out Merviri' »f worship (111 in-M Sui|i|ny l( in |inil>ulile Unit Or. John U. Kttinpy, frmimat ol Old IV-1|HIII'I|( lllll'l|ll'('tlll Hill 11111l Hl'lltl'lV lit I In- SmUlicni ll:i|ili-i TllßOlOgioal Si-mi- iiiir.v, will «|H'iiK. Tin- iiiiiiiiiinci'iiiiiiit will in' niiK.li' in tlic Bundiy p&port, Jn uvtai Hi, Suiii|irv ...