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Y. M. C. A. GYMNASIUM CLASS STARTS WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
Y. M. C. A. GYMNASIUM CLASS STARTS WELL.
Uat Monday aftowwon ti» i- Ml, 0 a i.iiH olaaj lUt'ted owl unto &><*'' uu- iplcai with ti alaal of forty men who worn |ini ilii'ihil'li Hie Hotting n|i work iii j!"'i<i mlihjii', inn! it ii rumored thai at*. Biimotl may bavd i» ralaa thalr board beaauaa oJ Inafaaaed appotltea, u l| f'litiri'ly pottibll llinl tba liiciilly nniy rajtf iiicii' roarki i"" aa a raaull ot In araaaad aflatanoy, Tb* orilai of the day - that the men raporl prompfclj »l Bi*fi oi .i (oh mliiuUx i"'i"ii' and ii !'■« Iqrlak (■iiiiu'h /iir lodulgod in, geUUHI Oi U Dfl iiui- thai I'wiy iiiiiii iii Hie clii-i« nil! Inhi' mi aotlva part) and than whan tin blsm tiai "llmharnd up" toe drill work la put im, T)i«' Coltegß mi') tba v. M. 0, A. in roiiiiimii' in haw i)i" Hi'i'vic'i ol Mr, Van Dyko, who baj atwtad wall In thta Willi. Thraa atblotlo n.vm tennis may in- onganJaad and oa-mad, wblob will ■ pate for lionorg in tba work, it la hoped (hut Tin' I 'olli'f....
"THE SPIRIT OF BLUE RIDGE" AT THE Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
"THE SPIRIT OF BLUE RIDGE" AT THE Y. M. C. A.
h la nut always possible t" lime »ev ernl ipoakara ink" varlmt* »») ts ot n ■ ■,11■ i.■ i■ t mill williniil ;, provloua I'liinpiui Hon ~f Idea* ih..rmi,.ihly cover the theme hnl the "Spiiil nf lllne Hi,!'.!('" win ml mirablj treated bj Maasrs, Rorrup ' Vlnimi-. Hum- nn.l I lean \lelenli. Thorn who wen- preaenl i.nil> t.-ii the oall ol lii,,- mountains, the quiet powaV of tat ipe, ami beat of nil, smne of thi I fellowship iiinl Hie -i ilatilll pOWOT nf heiu-l mel life I lull Itlne Hidgl really glvea, PreelrWml ffamip told ol • i,e things ~n 1,,' waj lUdge and of n<e meeting i, ia, Mr ~i Blui Ridge and the »plrll pervadlnji ttvi typ ol men to l* met taw* M, i iplrll found at Blue Ridge snd thi ' power found thwe for mi enlarged eon srtouan -• .n"i in.'. I'.neh ol the apeak era mentioned lb* teiieftauil reaction ol i Ridge upon Ula owe We aaH thouglil li '.in- -md.i in nil thai no , can 'tiemi filua Ridge foi tan dayi iiul tVffi...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Wislbampton College Weekly. pimi lsiii.n BVBRY PRIDAY Subscription, $1,25 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, ! Cents. oihck a.' [ETERMALL EDITORIAL BOARD H. M. Suthsrlead, Kd.i,,, In Chief. Elisabeth I .live I A ~ c i., i ,-. . ~ r r . , . > Ant. r.ihliiit-iii t.ln I R. I. Cplenu I Elcsnot McCarthy j Ramon 13. Garcia ' a. • . I- lii , mi),, Asm., int.- billion |nliu'« I I, I .iti'i-l I J. E, Dimlord > MANACKMKNT 1.. W. Mill.i, BuiinSM Manner M. T. Spicrr I R. R. Chapell I A«sl, IWinem Managers H. A. RU...-II ( KI,/„!,.»tl,fVM .e« (l I All business matters should be ad- ilie.iseii lo the Business Manager, All oDiei matters ihviiU corns to tho Editor- in-Chief, We shall he pleased to handle any students' communications with due con- sideration, All unsigned correspondence will not be published. Entered us eeooaeVeltM mattet flfevem- her a, 1915, at the I'ost-Oltke at Rich- mottd Collegt, Vs., under the Ait Of Con- gress ol Match ...
VOLUNTARY STUDY CLASS UNDER WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
VOLUNTARY STUDY CLASS UNDER WAY.
j The Young Mob's Christian a-soolatloii | study olaeees are being organised In ths unions «,',-) *, mul from nil reports .1 |aip i iii.illiu.'Ul Inis lieeu scciirisl. In •ionic seetlons practically ever) men has lined Uf ior this oii.-liour |ier week study. Ihe course offered Is "A Ufa al its I'.i'si," i.y Edwards cutler, and eon be invereil ill from Sll to eij.'lll meet inns. \h .1. ii. Barneti mul his 00-workers have 'I »ell i» |||iH w°rh and a sue i.'ossi'ui season i* predicted, it' there if I single sin.ii'iii wlio ii.is not, bean ep iiroiieiie,i and yi\ fit the opoortuhlty to join one of the olaeees, just hOTt <»t ( ' .lon n mul join it iiilineiliiitelv. 'I'liene classes have itteanl much to college nee „,,,i to Rlohmond Collage In the pesl mul nsk the man who attends n eouph Oil on tins* whet lie thinks of llieni.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
WALK OVERto ihe WESTHAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH STUDENTS CLASS 9:30 to 10:15 A. M. DR. W. J. YOUNG, Teacher ~r"NEW STAR"^M^- MANVVMIVKEI) BY Baughtnan Stationery Company WHAT WILL BE YOUR LIFE WORK? 01 it Yule graduating class, a companion ol IB leading occupations dinwilliat thole who engaged in lifer insurance made the largest income during the period el !i yean. There is no licllec Company lo represent than lh<. I'cnii Mutual, one ol the oldest, isrgeit ami hot-known in the world---7U yean old, |700100Q,000.00 insuranrcin. force—(l7s,(MK),(X)O.oO sucls Always openings lor hustlers. DIGGS & MOSELEY, General Agents E. N. Denl'orten, Cnn/iier t)Ot-ti(>r>MHi Mutual Untitling. h'H lIMO.\D, VA.
PYLE KBTAHI.ISIIH) IMHO FRENCH CLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING. 315*317 N. Fifth Street )Ml>l ,IMi:NTS»--»»-e- -1 PUTS FURNITURE CO. Fourteenth and M;iin Street C. L & H. L. DENOON Real Estate and Loans 807 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA asjajQQOD for THE EVEB—I ■ this. G ALESKI "PTic...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
I MORTON C. STOUT & CO. TAILORS 711 EAST MAIN SCHICK'!' 8.0.80 YD, Manager lkt us BUILD your NBXTSUIT twmtmummn muiiMii-tiii-w stm-isTM Cotlrell & Cooke . . PRINTERS . . No. .'. QOVBRNOR STIiEET j , FOR A I ONG RIDE AND A SHORI SERMON COME TO Leigh Street Church 5 CENT CAR I ARE cars stop AT CHURCH IA MAN WORTH WHILE Provides for Disability, a sav- ings account, a foundation for , buUD9ii> ! SEE "CHICK" I le has what you need—Guar- anteed Low Cost Life Insur- ) ance--Accident, Health and I Liability Insurance J. EC, WOODWARD HO.'I Mlitmil BnililJiiM I Travelsra lasaraoca Co, Mcd, S3OO
START TO-DAY. ZZTyJZ ' beanpntdng oiTso long, Come to day ■ nod sinrt. ittni you vi I iirui regret it. TIIKS nerei'til, eoni],,,iin,l interest )'illil .011 fftvlllg Ace mitts. MERCHANTB NATIONAL HANK "Safest for Bavtsgs" i mm B. Mala St. RICHMOND, VA, The Store Thai Satisfies Talman Auto Supply Company Acceoeorlee nnd Buppltei <>2!> East MaiD SI reel Grant Drug Co. Seventh nrH...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE i:\eiv raaderol tlic "Oollftgtan" Is Interested in making Rlehmbtid Oollagt ii Htroiiter'iuiil i Iter College, Mlltl) of thin jm'St iRi-k t'lill(inlo '1 it su r. ii i nil \ , mill .Minimi, in a larj<o pari proper)! iniir; to tl c Hudenti ol ilhh setolon, 'i be public does not yet rsallce the posilillties ci < ur new locath n, in r iht exrelli n i beginning that im« boon made already. The public believes the Collate Is rteb, mul doe* not at till iiniiree lite our iteuit for tiiore linililiiiUH. fur larger oiulnwioi'iil, (or more scholarships. Perhaps yon are enjoying the benofll ol v scliolerelilp. Lbj your loquaintanoii know «lu»i it msnns t" yon, and thatproabty two mute good HtiuleiilH from your comity ivottM be lu'ie If SChOStfsblpi roiilil tie pro\ iih-il ll.tio. The College is n great philanthropy. it« oflfrors deelro la extend iiu beneflte, Imt wish, at the mime time, to Improve the i|inility of the sdviuitagee oftVed to i students, The puollo aochpti th...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 27 October 1916
- SEE COACH DOBSON ABOUT ALL KINDS OP Athletic Wear and Equip* mem for Men and Women, Sweaters. Sport Coats, Cups, Tennis Goodl, Coif Goods, Bathing Suits, Ski.Hv-. clc. Event Varsity Teimi m lllch"mini Collocate outfitted by A, (',. Bpaldlofl & Broa,, which firm Coach basbien repreaantlng l«r ten yearn. The Quick Line Between the East and West USE THE (aHP Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond A. P. GENTRY Phone Randolph 2081 Eagle, Emblem, Dayton, Crescent, A rdmore A rch, A viator Bicycles. Bicycle*for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STPvKET RICHMOND, VA. Grace Street Baptist Church Fousliee and Grace Streets, SBBVICES Sundej School '1,:,, \ m, Prtmching, II A. M. and R:00 I' M 11. V. P, I. 7 P. ft!.' tiii: young Pi'ioi'Mi's ciniRCH Advcttise it! the Kictin.oiid Collegian
SPIDERS MASSACRE INDIANS [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
SPIDERS MASSACRE INDIANS
Red and Blue Eleven Ajtiail Largest Score in Ten Yearn. Final Count 48 to 0.
•■Tin- game and acorn make* our team i m.iK better than it really I*, since the forty-etgh! point difference in the two t,Mm- wo* mora in William and Matjfa weakness than i itrengthi Che game served to chow thai wo had (oma reserve strength, and thai Taliaferro, .i.iiitr iin.i Dortaj can b* oountafl mi to do their pari In in- duuplonahtp aerie* in mi.- Hi,, regulars mtinol perform, The' I'li'i'itivmii—i of mil offertae wa* greatly j exaggerated by tha Inferior lin* piny of Ik.. Indiana. Bon f this I* no doubl dm. in tii,< inn Hun both of the W llliam inn! Miuy regulai guard* ware oul oi the game, for the Ural time thl* year there waa cohesion in our attack, and with one oi iwo e» options there were no mU take* in assignment*, The work of the lini' win ii,it up ti> the standard Hi, preViOU* Nalni.liiy" i■ "' 'ill,' Bplder* hi-i Saturday M Broad siivri Park iiiiu'ili...
YELLOW JACKETS TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
YELLOW JACKETS TOMORROW
Fast Randolph-Macon Team Encounters Victorious Spiders at Hroad Street Park. Game called at 3 O'clock
TonwrrW afternoon (ho anolenl grid , ilron rlvale will inoei m Broad Btrael i Park I'm theii imii.ii Mini...i ..i Hi., tea ton, From tlttw Immemorial the fere mention ol ill.-" two i.'"iii" luu broughl i" ever) ~ mental rlil I a icrap fr .J.i in llnleh, li alwaya meattll • Hit* ..I tin' beet yum.'- of the MNMOb, 110 Dmttor with wbloli team the advanUgn | Si,-.. Tin. .iii.'U.i'. .11.- nlwaya <ml foi victory, iiii.i mils l.i-t Saturday thej i played iiiiin|.ii.'ii Btdney a sloee. Melting •Mm i;i strange gridiron They aw ito Broad Btrael I'.nL and 100 have a imi.it ol winning down tbare. Iggreeaivenoea oharaeteriaee a l!,iii.|.il|ili\l.i...ii I.miii. mi.! although Com- ummiv.'l.s light, yd the) are qulek and garni flghtera, Mo aafe propheoj ol tha ..in, i.mi- .'.in in. predicted, bul the toatti thai tloei «in «ill oome oul with the realization tha...
NOTED SCHOLAR TO LECTURE HERE DR. C. W. WALLACE WILL DELIVER FIRST THOMAS LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
NOTED SCHOLAR TO LECTURE HERE
DR. C. W. WALLACE WILL DELIVER FIRST THOMAS LECTURE.
'i in' lecture ia* of th* ieMton of I'.nii i, will i penod on November 88th, i,i which time Dr. Charle* William Wal- l.i Hi.' I nn.'i'.ilv ~1 N.'l.i:'. In "ill deliver Hi" iii-i of the Thomas wrlsa of lectures, tl »iM be given In the audi- torium of Hi.' college nt 1:80 o'clock, Uthough Hi" mbjeel of Dr, Wallace' iddri , ha, nm been announced, II I* oortaln thai II will be connected In wow waj wtth id" life mid work* of Shakes. p,..ii,., mi which Dr, Wallace I* perhaps Ii„. foremost living American authority; for years the ipeal ci ha* been < duct , i search work in London and on th* :..,,i looking i" a true understand- ing of the real Bhakeapeare, Tha dot h menta and i vldenw thai he h illected iliri' in.in In l"i' ." Bard ol ii* \:'"i' taking Wa \. B, di grae at the i irsity ol N,'linml.il. Dr, Wallaoe limit abroad td itndj and In in 8 awarded bis Ph, D, *l the Unlvereltj i relburg In...
HALLOW'EEN PARTY AT WESTHAMPTON MASKED AND FANCY DRESS PARTY ACROSS THE LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
HALLOW'EEN PARTY AT WESTHAMPTON
MASKED AND FANCY DRESS PARTY ACROSS THE LAKE.
j Tomorrow nlghl al elghl thirty We*t> hampton I ollege, wlorfullj ' edigfal in [things autumnally, "ill have undergone it iiaii-i'iiiniiiiimi thai «iU leave parlor* and leqnwtercd nooks a veritable put sonlnctttlon of myaticlsrm Hallowe'en with all Its. -ii'pi,mni-, ghost!} looking nonsense mixed with thai [indefinable pb i ure thai accompanlea (t, will i» i celebrated a-tth a maakid and fanoy rty. UiiTil, fniilii-li"-! .-ami • win wend their darkly myrterii ~,., , through Hi" dimly lighted nor- thern the gaily caparisoned cavalier, the i i, i '",,1 i i i. Quaker maiden, ... the ml:!"" n will reign laughter and song, and many surprise i ure i" i»' in store al the j 1111111)1 IN a |oi of time and affori in preparing this affair, and if "ill undoubtedly be * la svei > cense of the word, as !,,,,., always been the case when anything [ol its k|nd ii ataged aero** tha lake II Is needless to e...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
Everyone come to the rally tonight. Yes. the girls will be there. Thai woeii'l it game Saturday, II was Mac I'iti lifted through 'em Ilka tho morning's milk through the strainer, Well, fa low*, '-lie |s dry. Try n purc- i'..ii,' Hip \nywny. w nn en lin iters nl iinvl,.'. uiihtnit getting In bed, h |.. ] i.ilinlm Hie cm»|,iis would 1 c .i . i i. Imt Id if. ninliiic ii in i it,,', tilings besides biscuits, \\, |-fi ß li .. 11,1,1 il || :, im ml lime in oin live . both nthletioallj and nation ally, iin.i we Implore yon nol to In ison your . nthitsiasiu mi lota, Imt lata try iimi I ..,'|i better in.ler in the refectory, We Ii now thai it Is n i'leni temptation in He.,, n roll nt tho man who yells for Hughes (w« would iii-' to ourself), but let's refrain. II lsn|l the kind of oon- duet thai iii mos ns at lent ih- ;- instit utlon. We .mi nn repul il lon by un h acta, Chero Is no objotrfclnn to yellll g nt iin- inlile. Imi .■ii- object lons to such un- erring nciiirncy as has been exhibite...
HIP-POCKET ESSAY WOMAN SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
HIP-POCKET ESSAY WOMAN SUFFRAGE.
Woman Suffrage Is the tombatone erected to Hie momnrj ol feminine mod- esty, nml a inn/,'ii iii-Miniii.-iii in ipim !...,. manhood, Ti gh it woman want* to aasl mi ol inji th* nation* leaden ilium it ti11.,". In" nil tin' ulli'i II In decide between the g n itrlp* and th i it back tim nexl rnlng and exchange* II I'm- i he pink one with the boil win - front, One* ihi geta the vote, billiard Halle, cigar storea and buffote will b* changed to pink ti -i resoi I•. gosaip joints and poodlo uog rest rooms, and hniii.i "ill stay ai home and take ilm iiiii.i ami t iu> u'im/\ eyed pap fw nn air- ing in Hi" park, Tim | i sunned In- eliriali would I"' ill lli" mill.11" Of n nice ik it h" meandered home t lactlon night, nml discovered thai hi* wife had i i",.|,..| Juetl f Hi" Peace, There would never I." a i,i» against oai -"..I".I rolling-pin* ami ilni Irona. Th.' politician Instead ol polltll ing with his [plug if natural ieal ami bottle of hun- dred ...
GLEE CLUB ORGANIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
GLEE CLUB ORGANIZES.
The Itielmininl College fllcc Clnli, under ih,. management of William Hugh Bagby, I has Initiated practise, and pro»p*et» aw
i'\|.,.i'iliii : jly bright to* a hiuvi-hmhl Ma- il AI 11,,' lii-i .all iitimil Iwrnly In" in,,n reported and eon icelhnl tag terial >" in evidence, Tha eluh baa aa cured the lervloe* of Mr, t, Fhtiington ! darker, musical diii'i'tm 111 Wasthamp- ton, who will ani (ii.'in hi rounding into | i.iiiii, iiml i iijiiyulil,' I'lili'i'laiiimeiitii iai.. iiiiiieipnii'ii by Dm students, Mr. I Barnes, whoaa tinging capabilities i <i Imi in.'ii! mi:, "ill iid.l lii- linu-lii'il I'll,,it h I iii Hum' ropertotro,
ESSAYISTS OFFERED $100 PEACE PRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
ESSAYISTS OFFERED $100 PEACE PRIZE.
i "International Arbitration' 1 is Subject In Bitty Contest open to Cndargrgdq. at* Men .Slmliiits
hi undergraduate man atudoni of an* 01 Canada, according to anuou tnenl ""'"'• , ' 1 " 1 ' l1 '" 1 '"' 1 ■"'"'' "" 'i" Perinnileiil C'OUrl ill \i lull.iin'ii. ihe pro iiiii.'ci. Mediation and O nl [equity, a* treetod In th* H Oon<rentlotts liniini Dlsputi ' adopted bj tbs Ural and "limit t nilVclltinll Kcl.HlM. to 111,, Plcii- limi cl n Judicial Ail.ilialem i mill ' to hi- eisay a lint ni works ■ ortsulti il. The i. nn lm.). rgraduat* student" *p i.i |. igth ol 3,000 words Is ■ i nn desirable) and mnsl lm written pre ■ in i.j pnwrll Ing, mi one aids only of plain pnper of Ordinary latter sis* 1 s \ m i :!' i Manuscripts *0l sasilj legl f.icii ,"...,i\ thould beat ■ notn dc ii.. ii.. hi i,i in ,ii, I- i 11 ig lei Lei ...I home iii.ii."-. Both letter and :. ,', i.vi,,. Mnlimii, Conferenot
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RANDOLPH-MACON STUDENTS SPEAK AT THE Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
RANDOLPH-MACON STUDENTS SPEAK AT THE Y. M. C. A.
• I -111 if the many ppporl ■ ties afforded a man iii. collage, v,- Brat -pni,. ~i thi great plaaeure it gave thai*) Hindi-Hi bodies of the college* in i more nlliin-i i -pi, il i hi" of the imi-i over the new man. He adinlrnbl) ihowred iii,. Kivni ratponttblUt) thai rested upon ii.. older mun iii directing the new man ■• ii.n.i- ilm liuiii .ni.l keeping bint out oi ilm v, . 1,-., Mi, siuiih spoke of th" measurement oi man. Ha clear]) distin- "iii-i'i'i the ,in!.'i.ui antra foi which men compete, the selfiah aud «lti nnii-ni"....ui.. il.- then -it up before U, . ll,u lit. nl i liii-l, ring up to ilm standenl he '' and strives with i he heal that la in yofl i i'.i.-iiiv up tn them yom tape "ill be I ni wanting a'hen laid down b) the i leal tape oi Christ, U t'* ■imi'i be found wanting when mil tape 11 '.. iii mi.' your next il"'" neigh- ■i -. i.m mi