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BIG DEBATES IN NEAR FUTURE. RICHMOND COLLEGE WILL BATTLE RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE AND WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY ON DEBATING FIELD SOON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

BIG DEBATES IN NEAR FUTURE.

RICHMOND COLLEGE WILL BATTLE RANDOLPH-MACON COLLEGE AND WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY ON DEBATING FIELD SOON.

Richmond Oollago mil meet two rival Inatltutlona before long, in debate, The Bml debate will be with Randolph-Macon, I the t nd with Wake Foreal i ni versily. Itichtnoml College is reprc- Hsnted by excellent debater*, and so our prospect sure bright sittiis \mi <;.\iium:k hoi; iUnnoi.ru- Maiuv lis rinl..hmi„i,Hc|cele,| X, Ntinnliier, and the Mv Sigma Bho'l D, N, Sutton, lo repri -cut them in the OOmUU limit. I! will take place lit Hid. nd Collage Friday, February the th. The ofue itlon is " Hnith'ed, Thnt the Stated of the United States should iidopl 11 minimum wage law for unskilled labor," M. 1,, HiiitcvsTKiN. (I. T. Tkuiii:i.i.. VVasTON Bins run, ,t.\nC. ATi<K i i; Mf.kv \\ VS9 Power, Poi the Wake Poreet double debate, which will come the lirst Friday m Feb-

riliiry, four skilled ilchnlcrs wcie chosen. in etntein and Terrell re...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DR. ANDERSON SPEAKS AT Y.M.C.A. THE EUROPEAN WAR AND CHRISTIAN CIVILIZATION DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

DR. ANDERSON SPEAKS AT Y.M.C.A.

THE EUROPEAN WAR AND CHRISTIAN CIVILIZATION DISCUSSED.

Twonfy-lhree :>f the West hampton College girl* and lO.-i nf the Richmond College boys, on Thursday night of last week, enjoyed one ol the i>ost programmes thai the v. M. C. a. bis put on this season. One of the very attractive features ol tha programme wa* the vocal ioIo by Mies Overton, who rendered "Jusl P« To-Day," by Jane Bingham Aiiiiui, in a most admirable manner, Two -Tiihidh Of Woiu.n I'i.oim.i Ar- M-.i'TKIi Dr. I). 11. Anderson, the Speaker of the i veniun. had as his subject, "The Present War -lis Religious Aspect " in dinctiHsiiiK li- prewtii vim he began by Impressing upon us its vastus**, show* inn how two-thirds of the people of tin- world are directly affected, cither their own country being involveil, or, :ih colonics Of B nation in conflict, (hey mv affected. The other thin! of the world's population It indirectly ull'ected, but, novcrtloh seriouaiy so, beosstes...

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CAR CONDUCTORS APPEAL TO US. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

CAR CONDUCTORS APPEAL TO US.

Fellow*, the Htreet-car OOndUOtOn are appealing to 'it- And their appeal in made in a manner moid gentlemanly. They have not been coarse or harsh; they Imvo not, "bawled us out" to the "powers thai be," but, gently ami eon- viiieingly, they plead their ease. 11 seems thai we are careless when taking OUr joy-rides lo nnd from the cily. We sit down in a seat) and the next Idee that Hashes into our cosmos is to put our muddy feet up on the wat facing us. The other day sonic one nf us, who bail done the qiiiii loi-inib- in record time, from his dorm, up through the slush and mud lo the car si id ion, placed liin good-looking boots upon the facing scat. A lady, in her newest gown, later sal down there where he had left Ilia foot-prints. Vociferously nlie complained to the car company) and vociferously the company walked tip and down the back-bone nf the conductor. Thin litory comes by way of one of Tn> COMJtOIAN'a best friends on the cnmpiis, whose w...

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SEEKERS FOR THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

SEEKERS FOR THE TRUTH.

Since TflS Cou.KiiiaN has been with us at College, nearly every student activity him been given, no to apeak, a "good airing." The good things have been pointed out and commended; thee il has been condemned. Hut there is one phase which htiH not been incut io e,|. Yet, like the great unobserved foi of nature, which, in season, adorn and Tts- solve the entire cnflh, this .-ileal force has been manifesting itHelf in the liven „f thodc who are under ils Influence The activity to which we ef« I the Htudent classes studying stinlcnt problems. In several of I lie .section- I I the dotms. there have been Organist I dial • h 11 you WOUld call them so, D which the members are studying problems which confront them daily. I here is a leader, one of the students, who, In « goneral way, looks after the work. Bui ''" success of tola movement lies in the i thai every man is working for I lie goof eg the whole. The book which is used M t guide in the discussions is "Stu...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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WESTHAMPTON 'VARSITY BASKETBALL LETTERS GIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

WESTHAMPTON 'VARSITY BASKETBALL LETTERS GIVEN.

Owing to inclement weather, (here has been do basket-ball practice ilnoeChrist- mas, hut next week regulai practice will begin down at the old Richmond College. There is still a clOM championship to lie played olT between the "Sophs." and "Hals," and the 'Varsity is also hoping for aunt her name. It will mean a good, hard practice to gol Into playing i dl> lion again. Before Christmas, si ohepel erareiees, the President Of the Athletic Association, Mias Hath! Bland, who I* also captain of i in \ an u). presented the" w " to the following girls:

Possibly owing to the very cold weather, none of the live are ever seen without, their blue sweaters and red "WY'l I

1' S,i,ilh f ..,' E I >,. ft'fer V. Wnddill a Anderson K. Bland .. Guard . . (iiiurd Centre Forward Forward

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COLLEGE WARBLERS PLAYING AT THE BIJOU. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

COLLEGE WARBLERS PLAYING AT THE BIJOU.

A chorus of twelve voices has been ohOSI a from the tileo ( luh t,i assist the tiracye Scott Company of actors in their production of "Old Beldelberg," The following is a clipping (rom the New* Lender, wherein there is bul one mistake. These men do not constitute fin Qlee ( lab they are a part of the Glee Club. Our Glee Club is composed of about sixteen men. "The liichmoud College Glee Club, be- fore taking up Its It ro will play in 'Old lici '■ lb «,' in the < Ijou Theatre, this we This prorali ito be mic of the besi plays ever stayed by thi.s widely-Known rlubj ami with the members playing the imi ol ihe Hi del-

burg students, there will be a large and well-chosen cn.t. "The (lice Club members me glad of nil Opportunity tO appear before (he public in (he new rWc of uedirs, and all their friends holicvc (hey will grace the part "

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WE ARE NOT BOWERY TOUGHS, ARE WE? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

WE ARE NOT BOWERY TOUGHS, ARE WE?

Viewed collectively, there's something wrong with us. Our cosmos, is be- smirched. Sum when in our geiilleiuan- Jy aoheme Of things there's a .screw loose. It'e up lo us, collectively, to liin- Q me chiiaie. This sounds like nunc knocking, ami perhaps I hat's right. It'll doubtful thai "a little knocking is a daOgeroui tiling." QUI It'e rather bern lieial U taken in the rigid spirit. This is a mailer which concerns us all. Some of us are guilly; some, of course, are not. We a "trills" ungciidenianly toward the Indies whom we see on the ciimpus, I,ns(. full, when (he weather «a* warm, we follows used to gnlbcr in luuii'licH about the eampiu tt\sry Sunday afternoon JJwomwii bunch of girl* i>a»s, some of us began lo publicly endeavor U) llirl, remark about their looks in a Vociferous burst of wit, or call the atten- tion of neighboring assemblages of Col- lege men lo the fact thai "Ihey were Ruina 10 |MH»." And very recently two holies, who sh...

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WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY.

,S. C. Owen preached at his homo church, Halifax enmity, Sunday morning. VV. L, Davis addre eed the W C. T, I . at Waverly Baptist Cburch Sunday .wening. S. S. Hill preached both morning and evening at Newport News. 11. W. Connelly preached both morning and evening til Crewe W. H. Brannock ftlled blaappointment at Ridge. E. .). Wright Idled his appointment at New Bridge, It. 1,. Haiisum spoke at (he Baptist Old Ladles' lb Sunday afternoon. Weston Brlstow preaebed al the Soldiers' I loom chapel in the morning. (;. M. Turner preached al the Citj Home in the afternoon.

.hike Editor! "Bishop, I want, a good joke. Know any?" Bishop (very elated): " Ye', lir The oilier day a College fellow asked far a match, an 1 said he couldn't Bad s uutoh in College, An' then I said, 'It must I' l v matchless college!' "

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THE DECLAMATION CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

THE DECLAMATION CONTEST.

The (bird an d Meclamsli.in Contest between the secondary school* of Vir- ginia will be held ill the College audi- torium oil Ihe 30th of February This contest wae stalled two years ago, and eneh vein- has rritneaead a large number of rcpicseuiatiuv from the academic* and high schools of our Stale. Indica- tions point (hat (he coming contest || not lo be nil exception. Invitations have I cen an) to ftll \ ichoolß, many of whom Will -end .■ulllcmill ■-, Th atoal this \e.ii will differ from that ill (he previous, in that there will be a pieiiinin ii\ held Saturday morning. I'Vmn the pie!iiiiiii,n v eight men will be selected to lake part in Ihe linals, I udn Ihe old arningemeut il was possible to have only ii few ohool repre entod The preliminary will enable mine participants to compete, and, cnn-ei|uen!ly. in-ike the Conteel more v, nh ly known. The public will not be Invited io morning trials Now, Icllo.vi-i let') have a good crowd out. in the lirst pl...

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EASTERN SHORE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

EASTERN SHORE BANQUET.

All students from the Eastern Shore of Virginia who are attending the various colleges in Richmond WeWI given in enjoyable outing on Saturday evening, .Innunrv .Kith. SenatorC Walter Mnpp, of .Aceoaiiic, was (he host, upon (Ida occasion. A delightful dinner was served at (he V, W C, A, After thii (he party of twenty enjoyed nm-ie at Murphy's and attended the Colonial. Westbampion was represented by Miss l.ois lingers and Miss May Kdmunds. The Eastern shore men of R-iobmond Collage were Mr Dunton Fartherly, Mr. 11. S. Mapp, Mi C, MaMin, Mr. M. O. Clara, Mr. 11. T. Clark, and Mr Fred Edmunds,

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INTERESTING LETTER FROM BATTLE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

INTERESTING LETTER FROM BATTLE FRONT.

The in,„•-. net Hi rani rout In Ibe terrible halth I" !„!,„< irj! .Illij, Hut the enemy's hordea hnv<- I rented On the hanks of the river {mimtt deleted). The Austrians, under llencral llankl, Attacked the Russians, at (name left blank); On Ihe road near (ad) they lleil in fear, But they turned ami fought at (Hue /i. soiled here). In tain I hem three thousand .laps Have taken (cOAtttfl tts wnps). Our men have had but little rest Since (he fighting began at (name mtp- Pffjtl :l Hut a funny thing happened we bad to buigh \\ ben (uwd 9 -"ii Iwe [mutingparagraph). We laughed and laughed, it was lots of fun, in spite of i lie nv. tu] - nli net pens). ii the censor devtroys ibis leiter, well I will the censor would go (/As red oj tin /nice tr.es torn ojf by Ou w A Thomoi sal In a window sat, And watched the world go by. I (( :i» tile SHOW, Banked up below. Then winked a wise green eye. ■ Wall- on," he cried, I'o suicide: I'll stay here win...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond Collego and Wonthampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Veer, In Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2, EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A. CARTER, - - • KDITOB-IN-Cillßf. BSTKLLB kkmpeh, W. K. NjlljMAM. AWHIOIATH liMToits. have BATTERFIKLI), MANAGEMENT. ROOM Mlt.l.lllHl'.'K, ■ Hohinimh Manaokk MAROABET jamk.s, I frtflwC A """ r lUjB ' MANAUKR »" 11. 1.. BURRUBB, 1 All liusliiexu mutton iliouhl be »ddre»»e<t to the itMIDMI Manager. All other nulten eiiould conic lo Ihe Edltor-ln-Chlel. We aliiill lie pleaded to handle nny «tudont»' communications with due coiiaideiatloii. All uanhnied correspondente will not he published. FHIDAY, FEBRUARY 5,1915.

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NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

NEWS ITEMS.

J. K. Kit hind -on edicts to go lii his home in Crewe, Yii., Friday, for the week Miss Lorena Camp, of Franklin, Va., bus been visiting her sister, Miss Fluiihelh Camp, for a few days, Miss Retells Ken,pci, Associate Fditor of Thk Cou.BotA«i baa not ~.1 returned In College, mi aeeoimt ol" I |,c u.'kneitM (if tier mother. 1., I). Taylor and his wife, who baVO been boarding al a private home in Itlu Vietg, have gone to lioine-kcepiug for themselves. K. J). Cone has been confined U> his room with a bad owe of the dicinl mumps, lie has been Suffering quits a little but expects (o he al cla.-,.., -~1,1111 soon. Mi- Man Weaver has |, , currying her hand in a sling lor .-ome days, Il is said thai her doctor thinks the trouble Hcrioiis enough to need an operation. A 1,. Shumate. 'I!, was on the campus lust week, visiting his brother, J. X, Shumate. Mr Shumate is al present the pastor of a church al lluchaliaa Coiirt- hou-e. We regrei to say thai c. c. Boyd, Assistant Ut...

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ASSOCIATION OF VIRGINIA COLLEGES ORGANIZED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

ASSOCIATION OF VIRGINIA COLLEGES ORGANIZED.

A conference of Presidents nnil Montis of the Vanillin cnllej.es wiin lull at the Chamber of Commerce, lii ftijebniond, Monday, An association of Virginia colleges wae formed, to meet once a yenr to diejiuei eoiiunon problems. Dean Keller represented Westhaiopton College and Dean Meteajf Richmond College. 'I'lic hitter wn.-i one of Ihe cotnniitlee to help i rganiaa thia aaaoelatlon.

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PEACE AT ANY PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

PEACE AT ANY PRICE.

"What in the shape of the earth?" tusked the teacher. "Round." "How ilo you know it's roiiiul?' "All right, It'e aquare, then, i don'l want to stiirt any argument."—C hunbia Jester.

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DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRNPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRNPOT.

P. C, Adams was coining home from a picture-show in the city. "Have a good time?" sonic one ipies- Honed "Not very. I sat so far back I couldn't heat what llioy said." VofOß In ball: "Tollbei, you're so (Hooked you Ofttt't draw B straight line." Toliiver (working; with a nimua In- ■iJa m l.ab): "No, I've been drawing circles so long I'm a rounder." —o — W. C. (brl No, I: "Don't you think Trotter Bagiey Is cunning?" W. C. Girl No. ->: "Yes, he's ,|tiite a fox-lrotlor." Janitor of Dorm. I: "Went down to see ma gal las' night. Hut the ol' man met me on dc frottl porch," Janitor Ol Dorm II: "Did yOU meet defeal?" Janitor of Dorm. I: "No, but 1 felt do feel ttlright." Mike O'Fluheru: "| heard the other day that Sunders was a ' hoarl-sinn-her.' " Fritz Jones: "You misunderstood You heard that he was a darn 'smart luwlier,' " —0 — Judge Riinev: "What's that loud noise I benrr" Doe. Crimes: "V'ou've gm your wrist under yum head, and you hear your pulse...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

1 0UR BALMACAANS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE WATER-PROOF. i Many Styles and Shades to select from. Prices from $5.00 up. We also carry the best line of Raincoats in the city, from $3,75 up. See us before going elsewhere. CkxxJyear Raincoat Co., 221 E. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. FULTON BRICK WORKS, MANUFACTURERS OF BTTXLIDIISrGr- I^J^TJS^XJ^JLa AND BUILDING CONTRACTORS. .HUM APSCIALTtBS Sainl Face Re-Pressed Brick, Colonial Hrlck, Red Stretchers, Fire Brick, Ulazed Headers, Hire Clay, Terra Coitn Partitions, Paving Brick, Sewer Hrlck, (.line, Cement, Sand, Sewer and Drain Pipe, Terra Cotta Hue Lining. The only Brick Plant In the South equipped to furnish any quantity of common Building Brick on short notice. WMi J. I'AHHIHII, I'eoprlßtor. ■iNTAIII.INHKIt iMl.t,. R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., IMPOKTI3WS AND OHAI BKR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Cuiers of "Virginia Peanut" Hams and Bacon. 814, 816, and 818 EAST MAIN STREET, "tSZtfSoANDY. RICHMOND. VA. J. W. Fergusson & Sons f printers 4 t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

C. LUMSOEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers Jo the Southern People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. Collngo and Fraternity Medals ami Jewotry, Ecclesiastical Warns, and Bronze Tablets. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS. C. I tunsden & Son, Inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, 731 E.Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where Sllvor mid Gold Is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing;. PYLE Established 1880. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET. Suits.Overcoats, Pants, Fancy Vests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. FROM A FRIEND. yCOOD FOR THE EYEB«| ■ THE S. GALESKI OPTICAL CO. ■ I M.ln «id — - 33iU%t I immm "JwJIjV ■■■■■«■■ STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, - 9:30 A.M. Preaching, 11 A, M, and BP. M, B. Y. P. U. - - - 7 P.M.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 February 1915

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

No. 9

Vol. I.

RICHMOND COLLEGE AM) WESTHAMfTQN viu\).\y, February 12, tins.

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