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S. O. S. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

S. O. S.

iii our 'lire dlttreu we borne to you, bogging, imploring, beseeching you to help an. dm trouble*, however, do 00l lie in our preeenl atatui financially to auch mi extent us thej 't" in our ambl tiniiH. We ol' Hie M:ilV m.' giving our beat in iue paper, and we have plana on foot to make ii o grenl 'leal battel tl in now is- Xiii in ordei t icai thia we mual have yi m aimtloii and ntaUtanen, Wltli i)u*l n llttlu I tori or your pari W6 wn ulniuxi we out BlOtl optimistic dream* ninterlnliao, to the iii-Kt plfti o, wi '■- ii i" continue our cnr toon*, Thoy dcplci ci liege actlvltioe In a way that appeal to ut nil mon than anything else can do, We think thai they are unanimouely conceded to be mi indisputable attraction and it co*ta us an appreciable amount to put them

ii, each creek, Wo are planning a d< \ii i by which we oan benefit ouraolvaa, and give ymi mi enjoyable evening, bul that will nil bo eiplftlMd iii the ooxl Iwue i.i tiic "Oollßgiiin." Chjr second a...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
HIP POCKET ESSAY NOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

HIP POCKET ESSAY

NOSES.

News in" what get* In th* way when M.n atari to tell her good-night, Thi rt me two klndi of noes*, tii" Roman ami the Grecian, more commonly known n« the book nail pug. They are wore neat toe middle of tin' foss, and in the mid .tie of other i ple'i bwtoes*, and foi tbe utoil pari aw foi the purpose of ruining tin- look* Of Hi" rest Ot Hi" fOAS, I'ig.H iim'il llieir now* I" rout in till ground, and Mi do football players. Mtsy mm-ic double barrelled to that we can '■.neey.. uml marc with greater eoso and ,I :n y. \.> |■ ■ ' for Hi" fur poio .it keeping to* eye* of oross-oyed i pie from having a I don i oliieioni ill. stclilng colds »».i upparcuta, Identl fying liipmr heads, and a* a watershed to keep r ' Pauline from drowning her iflK with her own tear* when she see* (torald kiretog Angela la the sum r homo. Powdering tha coin la too onlj form of ".serein" a majority of tbi iwael ynnii", tliingH take nowaday*. iToWa hBVO no*** olosely resemblin...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION TO ENTERTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION TO ENTERTAIN.

! The V.iung Men's «'ln istiun Assuciu < \ili give mi eiiterlnbiiueiit and n teptlOn t" its minus uml (be VoutiK Women* Cltrlstlnn Asaoelatlon of West hampton, Thursday algbt, Novembet 16th, nt vi-'i, in th" College rkudltortunt I'll" program will VMS I'rniu the ens tomsry form, and mi look forward to i delightful time, Admlaaion will be by membership card, and Bach member may bring a lady" friend. In vien of toe tool Hint some member* have misplaced their -ni .Is, those who give their names in to Ihe tienernl Secrctury they will be pm •bled with tickets of admission.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
LETTER FROM DR. HANDY [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

LETTER FROM DR. HANDY

Editor nf Kicluiion.l Collegiun. Sir i fifteen minutes ni outdoor wmrolao is preleralile to nixly iniuiitcs uf ,'itliletie drill indoors. POUT concrete tennis courts, each n hundred by forty feet, will enable student* In engage in this spurt, through' out our mild Kiiutlieru winters, Coif in played In Richmond every day in th* yea i eiCept in MOW slnrms. [furthermore, concrete court* offer two other phase*i Given wooden backstops uml a horizontal, brond white line threat! the height (if th* usual tennis nut, a stu- dent, limy piuetiie strokes Which ennl.l.'il Jay Gould to become Indoor open ahamp' inn, and William* bo be raaksd no no liuiial champion und, seeuiully, no game ill winter entails more agility than kirn) luill. Tbe iiielimutul Hunt <'luli members piny it extensively] the Harvard law skn< dents greatly prefer it to the vapid tit- mosphere of th* gymno*lum looksr-roorai; it. Is no exercise for weaklings. if ways and menus ton be devised, b...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DR. ELANAGAN SPEAKS AT THE Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

DR. ELANAGAN SPEAKS AT THE Y. M. C. A.

I Those prs*en! ol toe v, M 0, a. Inst, J Tiiiiis.i.-i) nlghl were given a reel treat, Dr. I'lannu'iin. iissistiiut in the State | Board of llcnlili, gine a very Impressive and interesting lecture OH the general topici " Personal »nd Public Health." i ho speakoi did 00l have time to cover toe iiei.i but pr load to return al a Inter dote ami endenuir to do SO. lie presented the dlfferonl boduj fuuotion* in in. entirely novel fashion, mid con trusted the inntiiielive self cue nl tin- HOall child with the laxity on the part of older Individuals. Ths lecture was simply dciiu i mul wan popular in form, Impressing nil present with the impnii- .im. 1,1 personal hen it h not only in its relation to ths Individual bul in its re- liitiun In society us it Whole. We shrill look .1.1 'mtii pleasure to tbe good Doctor* return.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
AT WESTHAMPTON. Mr. Ackiss Speaks at Y. W. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

AT WESTHAMPTON.

Mr. Ackiss Speaks at Y. W. C. A.

Mr. Aekiss addressed the Y. W. ( '. k> mi Thursday night, when be niiule an enthusiastic appeal fur the " Eight Weeks' Club' 1 Work, II" ski-lelied Uie origin, growth, and ultimate inclining of the 'dull, and brought out the slgnilleant fact tBBI fur each college girl there urO Bye hundred girls who will never go to college.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY E. GARDNER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY E. GARDNER.

On Thursday, November ths second, at four o'clock, the flnnl round of the ten- nis tournament wns ployed oIT on West- hiuiipton courts. Helen llmienck, class of 191tf, and ehrunpion for your 101(1 ■1(110, tvas opposed by Emily (liirdner, r]ns» of jItHH. Both girls played n good, clean I game, runt both put up a good light, The | final score wns: (inrdnor—6-8-4-0-6-4. Set* «ha nl asr i| linneock--l.

j Mi'n. .). V. Thulium, who litis been I spending Severn I weeks with her ilnilffh- jler, Mrs. Hoatwright, uml who has been j quite ill has Improved lUfßeisntiy to Isavs (for New York to spend the winter.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Kichmond College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAY Subscription, $1.25 P« Year, in Advance. SitiKie Copies, 5 Cents. OFFICE A 2 H I IK HALL BOITORIAL BOARD 11. M. Sumarlaad. Edn-.r-in-Cliirf. EliMbethUva 1 Ass ,, Wgow.ln.Chßl R. I. Cowman I EltanM McCarthy , Ramon D. Garrin ' a...,..:.. km;,.,.. i, , ~ iVhiu lilt, I' >lllnt* ninn I I. I olrel I . I.. Dunford I Jamei Q, liltltti, C»rlooni»l MANAUBMBNT L. W. Miliar, Bmln»M Mtntf 1 M. I. Spicei 1 K. R, t Ikuhll 1 AjNt. ButipeM Managrri H. A, Rumll 1 ElhabrthMcUan i All liusini';:, mattera should he ail- dreMed to the Button* Manager. AH othei matter* ihould come to the Editor- m-Chiol. We shall lie pleased to handle any itudest* 1 communication* with due con- itderatlon, ah unalgntd correal lone* will nut he published. Entered a* second-claae matter Novcm- iier ». ijij, nt the Poit-Omoe al Rlch« iiioiui College, v.i., umiei the Act of Con- great oi M.iirh \, 1879. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 10,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

Your Subscription To the COLLEGIAN Will Help

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

WALK OVERto the WESTHAMPTON BAPTIST CHUHCH STUDENTS CLASS 9:30 to 10:15 A. M. DR. W. J. YOUNG, Teacher STAR"^M^-. MANVFACTUKED tiY Baughman Stationery Company WHAT MILL BE YOUR LIFE WORK? Of a Y.ili grailuiilini! ''"*'. -' cuiapniiion id IB leading OOCUBStioM showjlhot llinwr who engaged in lite militant, made the luiy-il inenme during lie' p. -in..l nl i \,-,ie 1 line I, no licltcr Omipany to rrpMu.nl thou the IVnn Mutual, cue nl tha oldest, latrijciM and be.l Inmwii in the world--70 yrar. old, 1700,000,000.00 iii.iuai... n, Ioice—»I75,(KX) I (JOO.OO assrls. Alway. openings lvi hu.tl.i.. DJGGS ct MOSELEY, General Agent* E. S. Drsl'oilcs, Catkin no htio.itioti Mutual Building. RICHMOND, t'.l,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

POLLARD X BAGBY, Inc. REAL ESTATE RENTS LOANS SALES RENT A REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER Il will help you in your school work. TERMS: $3.00 per month, 3 months, $7.50 payable, m advance. REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 810 E. MAIN STREET E. W. MILLKR, 1...1 Aiol THOMAS HAl.l, B 7 Phone Ran. 4810. M. Zulawky, Prop, CENTRAL SHOE REPAIRING CO Firnl C'liiss Shoe .{.'pairing Beat Wbiiiitink Leather rued, Work Called tor and Delivered, v i btob* i,i .uianh:i:i 124 E. Broad St. Richmond, Va. DUNLOP FLOUR™ Mndc In Richmond. Sold on Four Continents THE DUNLOP MILLS RICHMOND, ■:- VIRGINIA iTu A mv Less than 3 hour* to Washington |ust 4 hours to Baltimore. Just 6 hours to Philadelphia. Just 8 hours to New York. Through Parlor and Sleeping Cars Excellent Dining Car Service

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

HEADQUARTERS RICHMOND COLLEGE STUDENTS Cavedo's Drug Store W. S.CAVEIIO, Prop, Phone Itouelvmcl 2 .'550 FLOYD AYE. at ROBINSON ST.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

MORTON C. STOUT & CO. TAILORS HfOf VII BAIT MAIN ITRBRT ii. 0. novo, Htnsgsr I{ »> LOT us mm.i) your NKXTSiirr \mwmmmmsswmmmmmmtmMmmm Cottrell & Cooke . . PRINTERS . . No, .7 GOVERNOR STREET FOR A LONG RIDE AND A SHORT SERMON ( i )MI. I () Leigh Street Church J CENT CAR FARE CARS STOP Al CHURCH A MAN WORTH WHILE Provides for Disability, a sav- ings account, n foundation for businsss. SEE "CHICK" I le hus what you need---Guar- anteed Low Cost Life Insur- ance—Accident, Health and Liability Insurance. I. B. WOODWARD ■OS Mniuiil l',ii.iiil..r Traveltrs Inanrsuoe Co. Modi iwoo

START TOM. ?if ?•« boon putting off »o Long, Gome to-day ninl niiiri. mill you wiT iirvf r ri'un't il. Three ocr cent, oompound interest paid on Olivine; \iv until. MERCHANTS NATIONAL HANK "sulci l.v |BVlf>BS" 1101 R. Mni.i si. RICHMOND,VA. The Store That Satisfies Talman Auto Supply Company AcCOHHOI'II'H Bfld Sll|)|)lic'H 629 East Main vStreet Grant Drug Co. Seventh ami Broad Streets OPEN ALL ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

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RELIGIOUS HERALD

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 November 1916

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 17 November 1916

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS Wt^Jt

Vol, 111.

RICHMOND COLLEGE AND WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 19ftj Oo .'N

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Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
TIGERS DEFEAT SPIDERS Richmond College Puts up a Game Fight But is Downed by Score of 8 to 0. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 17 November 1916

TIGERS DEFEAT SPIDERS

Richmond College Puts up a Game Fight But is Downed by Score of 8 to 0.

"It miM lliiiii|ml,.|| SldnOjr'fi ilny. Tl.oirl oSohm ami dafenat nil well balanced, Thi> lutik nw.i Imd terriflo driw, and iii" 11m did i i wor* hi opoolaa holt* for tiMin ttftry'ay't t lid tii.' reel a nuinMt iiiik iiu.' working mwxhun our] .Ifl't'llHf HUB |Hll til Mil' lumlosl tlINk nf I the yi'iir, and ,-..«|,.m.ini nobly, VYa ware OB tha dtfMM l'l'.'i.'lii'iill.v II ilire Q j inhi ni ii.. tine did lliiiiMxi.'ii Bidnoy roj j int.'i ii gads nt more than tight ynr,|nj on liny p)ty, On t!WO or. anion., wo WON burked up in tlic nlmil.iw of our Kind pot ti tad i'imli tun. tonk the ball on' down*, which li ample proof of the light] Of bur i'lirwnriln. dm idTemw with the oseoptiun of tln> third quarter wiih nil. | It liie.ku.l .-Ij;j-.i..- .i\. i,. ... n 11., mill driVO,I mid gained liiti.' jroandi Bverythtng uon Itdared, 11. 8, nutiiliiyi'.l iim. " Death It.lllKOII. lii » il...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
"SPIDER SPECIAL" THE GREATEST EVER Carries More Than Two Hundred to Great Game With Tigers [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 17 November 1916

"SPIDER SPECIAL" THE GREATEST EVER

Carries More Than Two Hundred to Great Game With Tigers

The seemingly impossible liuh been as I'liioplished. We have fm the lirst, limit in the history of the school rim i special I rain of six eoiieliee to t'lirinville and .seen it snpm ited in the true Spider way. More than t> i hundred Blehmend College mill. Westhampton College yOUttg ladies. nhimiii mid friends were on board WHOP the "Hpeei.,l" pulled out of H.vi dsi reel station al s - ,;|1 Baturday morning, rim trip wus made to htmvlila In the short time of two hours mnl a hnlf. Tii automobiles were found in luflV .dent Quantity to take all to the eeene nf the giime ill lluiiipden Hidney, seven miles oni hi ihe country, However, be fine they ,'ont out of l'aini\ ill,', lililliy of the gentlemen In the party were too thoughtful imt tn stroll up Nnrmnl way to look over the grounds, etc., etc. There are six hundred yOUttg ladies at that Nor- mal Bchoo] nnd there were about, mie li...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THE UNION OF THE SISTER CUSSES Nineteen-Eighteen and Nineteen Twenty. Indian Wedding Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 17 November 1916

THE UNION OF THE SISTER CUSSES

Nineteen-Eighteen and Nineteen Twenty. Indian Wedding Monday Night.

li I* the attnUOl custom for v moek| wedding gvremony in whloh members I from the .luninr mnl Freshniaii idassi's quke up the bridal patty to be perform ml. This llgnlflo* the union ami .dnse fellowship el' these two iliisw's throUKh the years they are in College together, The guest* in this piirtieuliie wedding, that of 'eighteen and 'twenty, sash bade to come by a mysterious Invitation writ- ten in iiir.ii hark, found shemselve* Mon- dit.y nitrhl assembled before the blnziiiß fires 00 the margin of the Inke. Hy the light of these fires and of a few gleams Of the moon that through the litfiil elnuda, two tents adorned with snered emblems,

two baling cauldron* supported by three slicks, n fast sipn.us ■.limping nimiiul the' kettle*, ami a weird background of dark ruffled lake '.me disclosed, B i to the listening em , cnme Ihe e.t.'iilt Of gliilini; Ond canlions footst...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 17 November 1916

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN TTie Richmond College and Wcstbamptun CollOgl Weekly. PUBLIBHBD BVBRY FRIDAY Subscription, gi.aj Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Centa. 01 FICEA 2 H'.rKiniAi.i. KIM UIKIAI. I)OAI(I) 11, M. Suthlrlsnd, Kdiior-iii-Uii, I. \<"\"" ','l!-,Z i AnV lUaw.la.Chßl Eljmoi McCarthy j , ii n . , Aniucimte- hililoni I ,mes 11, luli-,'l \ I. E. Dunford ' J»mei 0, Blake, Cartooniil MANAGEMENT E. W. Miller, Buiinsii Manager M. T. Spleit I R. R. Chapel! I Am. Bum'ums Mutagen H. A. IWII / . ElitabsthMej sin | A)) bUlinill matters ohould be ad- dressed to the BuilnMi Manager, ah nil it matters should conic to the Editor- in-Chief. We shall be pleased to handle any students' communications with due con- sideration. All unsigned correspondence will n.ii in- published, I'lili'in! as second class matter Novem- ber b, [010, nt Hie Post Office at Ricb- mond College, Va., under the Act of Con- gress of March ;i, 1879. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 17, n>Hi

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