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RODEN'S PLAY HIGHLY PRAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
RODEN'S PLAY HIGHLY PRAISED.
leehuii, Institute j'miiny tO NeMI Haven .'.ml pine battle I" Hie Yale bulldog I ntly. mi" ..I' Hie men mosi respoiut- i.h- mr ii,,. ,-i.,- score i" which th* ■"i,.'ii.." iiei.i tin. powerful Blu* team I wan "Eddie" Rodeo, lali of Ki.hinoml College, Rodm wa* highly complimented by ninny who taw the game and the moa- ner in which he ran th" tea < quai 1,1 in the stand* wa* Walter Ckunp, i, n, .i in in,, football ,'i'iiie. "ii" ii said to have remarked "favorably on "84. dleV playing,
Freshman boarding i ; trf* W**U*mbj»' ton cari "Conductor, any extra charge* fnr the parlor oatl"
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Wcstlia.nplmi CollSg* Weekly. PUBLISHEDEVERY FRIDAY Siilisi'ii|ilinn, )r.SJ Pi'i Vein, in Advance. Single Copt**, 5 Cents. i ii iHt. a l |ETER HALL t:in niuiAi. BOARD 11. M. .Siiili.'ilniiil, Edltot in Chad Elhtsbftth Love I. . [.. J||()ts jn a<i , K. I. Coleman I I'l.iui.i, McCarthy i Ramon I). Cm,,, ( A . y i}> tinea II I'niH'i I I I. Dii.ii.ii.l 1 JiimeiG Blake, Cartooalal MANAQBMBNT E. W. Miller, Builssu Manseta M. T. Sokes i R. It. Chapell I' Ami. [limine*. Managrra 11. A.Riwi'll I EliriiliiihMi I.l'ini \ All bUtinMl matters should be ad-' iiiessci in ihe Bu*in*ei Manager, Ail otiier matter* should corns to th* Editor' in-Chief. vv,. shall in- pltestd iii bandit any student* 1 communications witii due con- siiiei.ition, An unsiitnod correipottden.ee win nut in- publlihel, Ii nt ci eil as Miiniil rl.-iss matter Nuvem- lici 8, n)i..j, at the Post Office at Rich* iiiiniil Collage, Va„ unilei tlie Act of Con- gie*< nf March ;...
SQUIRREL FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
Gee Whin. II Seni.n l,»„„'l, "Wliaihll. ya iiie.nl wi'iirin' SOflkl, liX" mine." Sunnir I it-no mini' Brat, Rat. Had Dr. Bryan "Mr, Ooodwliii is th* Chnrlie It. "I il'in'l ItnOW ili'i'tm'. hut I Kiimv they 1n.1,1 .uiiiiiiiiiiinii in them." rim-" mil nn from paddling thoao i b i„,ii.ii.i\l,,- 1,,,, - mi ihe par, follows". \\„ ,i,.iii blame you much, bul objep. limis an- being .'iiti'ie,! limn all llde* ami slsO the ivm. 13*00* rsfrojol Street nn conductor t.> young man with cigar iii Mi mouth "No »moklng a|lnl,n,| ill Ill'lV." ••I'm imt smoking." "Ynii havn vmir CigOT in JfOUJ mniil.h." •"i, .. nml I linn- mv feel i | Imt I am mil iMilliiiiy."
ACROSS THE LAKE. SONG NIGHT AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
ACROSS THE LAKE.
SONG NIGHT AT WESTHAMPTON.
■ ml WhftH ilinni", WO* DM'i laei Wedneada) night, the girls grouped] themselves according to classes, each ■ ■la-- bearing It i banner and wearing it* iii" Senior*, oeoowpaiiled by the mandolin and guitar, began one of their I new das* songs, Ths) Junior* followed ■nil ii nil a aong written to th* tune »f the "Wearing oi tha Croon,' 1 and "' " Hi" S'lphiiiuiii'i's nn,l Uiils ■" 'i all luin. All nl' the MUlgp, Whethoi n i in green nml whlto, the runlor . the Sophomore 800 l "•Prexy" la iiiinni mi tin. in!,,, pi-puiii painted nml proper!) christened The lint 'las- i- unfortunate Ind i 11,,- week, Iwo of It* mernl been operated mi for »pj Ilfiltl* (fell
RAT REGULATIONS PASSED BY STUDENT SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
RAT REGULATIONS PASSED BY STUDENT SENATE.
j The following regulation* for fresh- I men were adopted by th* Student Son- ■ i ratified by the Student Gbuntrtl I I, All ii.'-iinu-ii iiiii I eninliiet llieie I selves a* genii m with regard to col- ■ \n in- h.raon iniisi attend all itrdenl I„l,ll ~llll": t|| u,,-hull,m day stit- ii. -1,11., ii regulatli i imp- "ii -ill •-".. lot XOOpt Sun-l.iy | until after Chrietmt a, 1 i. \i, in . ;,m ~i, unless I.- hi- a ilrtei 'ai \\, -il ptOfl ' 0111-BTi Will DO |ier iiiiiteil mi ilm campui of West) pton ! Unless ilirnnipi il l»J .'II ll|i|'el' ,'llls'i -, „ ■ , 1, i i during He- il. All lie-hmi'ii mn-i p iur water a' the table without comment \ in 1n,,., ; l iinl.,-1,- i.ll Hi ",I'l"i j student- wlm Onl - 'Hi "H'l'l COllO| : :',. following eniumiltee Wal appoint- Sophomorea W. i'- Knight, Sob Whit U-l .iniiiiu. A, C. Cheatham, 0, T. Oul- ■ "in i. j Seniors 11. A. Rnwt 11, B. v, Hoboltn,
MR. ACKISS SPEAKS AT VESPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
MR. ACKISS SPEAKS AT VESPERS.
i.. .. i , . I j s lay ati,'in \ii. \"'-i' nduet- ltd (he Vesper MTviees, end (rave n llior joughly good inih on ii"' s'li'jei't, "i ! tim,- i-s.-pi iin- i-'aitii." 'rue (morui l i„,ir gave the nauallj delightful wags, j [ \-m Bnndaj will be I (OAudcol number, in i, blah Mrs. Clifton M. Miller will sing, I
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
WALK OVERto the WESTHAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH STUDENTS CLASS 9:30 to 10:15 A. M. DR. W. J. YOUNG, Teacher '~"NEW STAR"™M™- MANUFACTURED BY Baughman Stationery Company WHAT WILL BE YOUR LIFE WORK? 01 a Yale graduating clam, • companion ol IB l'-ni)iii« MCUpShOOI diowitlml (liimh who engaged in lile ioMftUICS ramie (lii largcit ineonii- during llu- |x-iiml nl 'i ye»i». Than !i oe bcttfi Company to rspeiaol than A* P«n Mutual, ens "I die etdeat, largcil and b«»-known in thl w0r1d...70 ye*H old, $7(III.IXH),IK 10.(10 iiimiinriir in. lorce.-.517'>,000,000.00 iiiMln. Alwnyi openingi lor liiialrm. DIGGS & MOSELEY, General Agents l\. S. DuPortU, Cfisfii'fr 4;<>tfiOr>-fiOti Mutual Huil.liiiH. RICHMOND, VA.
PYLE KSTAIIMHIIKIi IHNO FRENCH CLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING. 315317 N. Fifth Street H*»*< :ompi .?Mi ; :N*rs»—*—* THE PUTS FURNITURE CO, Fourteenth and Main Street C. L. & H. L. DENOON Real Estate and Loans 807 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA ■■COOP FOR THE EYggo^j ■ TK S...
PERSONALS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
Ross Wrlghl aponl week end with parents at Driver*, Va, "l.illle Sis" dreeii, ill as I -i working al (fowporl tfeWt, wa* on th* ~i„i|i„i. Monday, i-'iii.' .inn,-, 'I i, was n loyal rooter al the go Saturday. X, s. iiiirwniiii, 'i i, and Raymond Hfc -~ i, 'nn, ore upon the verge of beoomlng benedicts. The Collegian Bktend* gratuletlon*! Dr, Sampey, of the Southern Itupi ihl , Theiiini'ii-ai Seminary, gave * delightful lull, vi chapel tail Friday, The lii'v. Mr. Sadler, '11, ralaslonory t , Africa, \Ms mi ihe campui the Qi it Of the lle.'K.
PHILOLOGIAN LITERARY SOCIETY PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
PHILOLOGIAN LITERARY SOCIETY PROGRAMME
November 3rd, DeiTaimers. Headers. T. S Brooking, ft. U. Clement* 11. Powoll, s - s ' BIIL Orator 0, 6, Johnson. t 111 I .ill "I, 111- I. L llillTll|l. Debate. Resolved, Thai tariff for revenue only Is a hotti 1 policy for the United State* 11 11 protective tariff. Affirmative, Negative. It. |,'. skiuiiii. 1,. 0, Hubbard. ,1, 11. I'nli'ut. I!, 11. Al'i •- l„ c, Carter, Q. W. Quick, 1 . c. HUBBARD, Si'ii'i'i.nv
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
MORTON C. STOUT & CO. TAILORS 71 I BAIT MAIN STHKI.T 11. 11. BOYD, MiiiiHUt-r LET US BUILD YOUR NEXT BUTT ■MMHMMMNI WKHMIWNIWIBRHktM Cottrell & Cooke . . PRINTERS . . No, ;t GOVERNOR STRBBT FOR A LONG RIDE AND A SHORT SERMON COME no Leigh Street Church 5 CENT CAR FARE CARS STOP ATI HURCH ' i ! A MAN WORTH WHILE Provide* for Disability, a say- , intra account, a foundation for j liiisiiu'ss- SICK "CHICK" ' I le lias what you need—Guar- anteed Low Cost Life Insur- ance—Accident, 1 Icalth and Liability Innimnce. I, ii, WOODWARD 80S Mutual Building ; tVevelsrs Insurance Co, Mad. o*3oo START TO-DAY. 22Jr?.9? 9 iii-i-n putting nil'so lone, Com* to-day I and elan, and you nil nowr regret "- i Throe ncr emit, compound Interest paid mi Having Aooiunta. MERCHANTS NATIONAL HANK "Siitesi for Bavlngs" 1 101 B. Main St. RICHMOND, VA. The Store That Satisfies Talman Auto Supply Company Acoooaorloi and Supplioo 629 East Main Street
Grant Drug Co. Seventh an rl Broad Streeto I OPEN ALL...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 November 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE ff 4 *& « Kvcrv render nf Ihe "Collegian" I" iiiler.'sleil in milking Hiebiunml Cidloge a stronger "ninl bettor College. Mlioll of this grout lash Malign lo Trustees, liuiiUi, mni Alumni, I large pari proper)) fulli to the studonts ol tnln slon The pubtlo doe* nol voi realise the possibilities ol our new loeotlon, nor il kcollent beginning that has boon made already, The publfc bellsivo* the Coll ■"■ rich, nml dooa nol at nil appreciate our need for in building*, tor -~..,, endowment, for more eoholawblp*. Perbope you ore enjoying the Bonon vi' ii scholarship l-et your ooqualntanow i » wlial v mean- to you, owl wot prolmblj two more good student* from yom unty would be here if lehouufahin* eniihi bo provided tntitn, rhoColl is ii I'ie.ii philanthropy, it fioorodoolr* toextond ItobonoSt*, imt wish, at the same time, to Improv* the ouallt} of the advantage* offered to student*, The public occopt* the studotiti a - repreoentatlve* ol tho College, Comm- end the Inat...
SPIDERS WIN AGAIN Red and Blue Triumphs Over Lemon and Black by Score of 32 to 13—Jackets Put Up Plucky Fight, But Could Not Stem the Tide. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916
SPIDERS WIN AGAIN
Red and Blue Triumphs Over Lemon and Black by Score of 32 to 13—Jackets Put Up Plucky Fight, But Could Not Stem the Tide.
» While tin- victor, over .air old rival* I wiih P4MI ploa*lug, then were somel thing* ai' whirl, wa wen guilty tttll d* duct ii little. The eft** with which Ran dolph Mai'ini m'.nt'.l their two touchdown* proved bftyund * doubt thai our tine wa* in.t what it wa* eraekul op to be, rinse! It ivqniicl but on" Mill in cadi iimlnn.c t.i out the bell even unci' they gol ll Inside iin ii. i yard lias Then, tool Han dolph U gbf i lii il." (lrsl half, agaiußl overwhetalng odd* Oui team played through tji* flrtrl half with in nir nf lupariorlty and eonfldened thai should not have i» urn" ai ha* bsen toe CBM IB th* IH'criliim gam** our line charged a* a unit only In to* etc I halt! oil'iMcou'ic w* wen wportor, the whole team showing what II can do, the only disappointment is out effea** being th* lacli of drirw Inridtj Randolph Mai '« fifteen ...
ALL ABOARD THE SPIDER SPECIAL Special Train Will Leave Byrd Street Station Tomorrow for Farmville—Championship Hangs on This Game-Holiday is Declared—Everybody is Going. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916
ALL ABOARD THE SPIDER SPECIAL
Special Train Will Leave Byrd Street Station Tomorrow for Farmville—Championship Hangs on This Game-Holiday is Declared—Everybody is Going.
Krom rim standing of toe dune, ii can be readily seen that to-morrow'!) gtune is the CO* on which the ollEßiplOllrilip bang*, if we win there Is.not a ahadow .it' doubt concerning the outcome of the race, bul If w* lose, th* dope can ipilli ■i tie betweefl Bampdea Sidney and Rich' mond College for Irsl honors. bteaUsing this, th" student body v a unit must and will imani thai excursion train, sad help bring thai old trophy back to-morrow night, I'lio train ha* bees secured md I'm the email sum of tin loilare and ii quarter Hi itlre trip can be made, What loyal rooter .-mi. oik hi is going to ; itand bask on that account IWs can
[borrow it, or beg it, for we ttumt got lit S-,ni,■ way or other. Anyone who has aver tut* -ii on* nf these trip* know* thai lit is thoroughly enjoyable from start lab, Th* ...
SPOOKIES AND SPOOKS WALK AT WESTHAMPTON Large, Joyful and Bemasked Crowd Attends Hallowe'en Affair. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916
SPOOKIES AND SPOOKS WALK AT WESTHAMPTON
Large, Joyful and Bemasked Crowd Attends Hallowe'en Affair.
Bot n 'mi' who wo* fortunate enough to gel mi Invitation to MU* Kelhw'i party on Baturdoj evening must have been abeenl wl the great d ■« of too uining room ■■ i tl ■-. n and the large »i"l happy throng pre* I In Rnd beheld « fairyland of autumn decora' , tiim.M, eoiort'ui light* and good things to "ni in th.. mod icltlhg pile* on table* groaning under their burden, 11 m.ii wiahtd punch, there it wai, . i io toe mod charming spookte and eagerly reliahed bj the thirst] spook,
Then there were big ginger cake* and apples iic;i|..'.l up nmi peanut* in »ueh (|iiiniii/.c thai ynu could mi your poeli ~, ~M , i „ot huve the goober* mUeed el nil. Should .Mm nol like those and should cm iloeire mystery, there over al one ni,i,. ni' the room wa* the table of the t'lirlnnc teller wlicrc ynu iiiic,lit Icnni nil Itintlß "i thlit's about i all that you knew before, Tired .it' thiti...
CERTAIN THAT WE WILL GET POE BUILDING Cannot Be Located in Any City Park By Ordinance. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916
CERTAIN THAT WE WILL GET POE BUILDING
Cannot Be Located in Any City Park By Ordinance.
The wort of dismantling the historic j Inn f the .Soiiihoni Literary ttetsen- |g*r nt Hie e.iriiM of Fifteenth and Mam i-i now innler wa] and nil inter- ested iii Hi" plan of restoring this edlnee an i making ii a i.i" Museum are hoping 1.. '..■" ii removed to on* ground* before The Finance Committee of the city ■ ' ;i ha*appropriated toe sum of three hundred and fifty dollar* to aid la rasing tln» struct lire; till*, cuniliiiio.! with the [one hundred and fifty dollar* by | ■
I eubeerlption, will enable the imii.linu. to ' |„. l.il.eii down will' nil cure met pre J iiorved until definite action in tnkeu uml j it Is brought out t.> ua. 11 The whole matter of M*toring the Po* r Meneager building in now bangi-g flrt bcciinnc the < 'nnneil doe* ttol le* lit In j Ret nuiili' the ten tlmimiiihl iliilliiih ueccs- nmy for restoring th* building at Woel liutnpton. Bo "i"w imn it be...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916
Three in a row, and some funeral pyre. Ail aboard the Bpldnr Special to Bnmp den-Sldncy. Gverybodj is going, and "we're going I" Will Unit game nnv how or die," \i toll, writing the return* of toe elet tlon hnvoit 'I I I received, but we ore to yell it uuyuin Hurrah I'nr Will I It seems that if 0 f OUr players I .. 1.1.- n i miner nlieve the sline slides, be g«'i.- bawled out for rough-house tec- lies by one of the city spurt sheets, and the team thai is defeated is always c\ cuseil by n series of perfect, alibis. A man who ployed as did Horry Carter Saturday deaervei commendation, and not Centura. Randolph-Macon fought hard, and wore than one mugii tackle around tbe neck was made by them, but We are not kicking. These things lire going I" happen UI any spirited football game. Pair piny. Petti ni the game Saturday got a good deniniistration of what is unt liy llie war term, ".'in uit.'.'il attack." ffovar in the history of the guine nn n lecnl field has toe iierenl lli|i been used w...