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WESTHAMPTON UNDECIDED AFTER MONDAY'S GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
WESTHAMPTON UNDECIDED AFTER MONDAY'S GAME.
This w.n 't hotkey ihaiiipiuiisliip Ima eiiiised unprecedented eonjltemenl a t \\ Clliiiiiiptiin. Three tenuis competeil for it --IfC'd, 101S and the udd teiiin i HH'.l 10!*.) IggO was defeated by 1848 in the tlr«t j iwu gsmet ef the •arise, The third wn» Wim by Ibe odds, the fourth by IIHN. JTliils, when the " I 'ollegian" went to prats, 1018 and iiu- odda wen, tied for the cup. . Hon Is mad.': Pi'i.lny Odds: Walton, 1 | Mammon, i; Kiib.tt, i. lOlSi Johnson, i. Monday Oddei Harrison, I-, IOJIi Kllynnii, g| lluidner, I; Hriiekeiibiimgh, 1. Then' was a young lady named Anna I Who stepped on a empty Iniiianu. Cried, "Now, what do jrou toe, That you stare en nt met" And if eI. yst a a dors answered, " irosnnna".
Friday V seine Mllvl. Odds: .'!. Monday's score ifllai I, Qddti 1,
1918 and Odds Tie.
HIP POCKET ESSAY FEET. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
HIP POCKET ESSAY
I'eel aic ulsuil (ll'l. indies of the leg turned daws and flattened out to keep us from .'iiiiHiiunlly kissing the linvemenl. Th'\v nre used In wnlk on, but jusl hei'inise the owner wulks on Idem il dues mil menu Hint every ODt else bat Un Saint privilege. If il »',,< not lor dnticing un,l unto Idle lit'euks son f i>ut- spurts Wouldn't have tiny ,:,. for feel, nml if a hunch of the fel lows don't cut mil hanging mound the lal,. in the iionis wiiteiiing for the girls, they art going I" become |dum W"li ~|. feel were lint placed «, i far nway i,,„„ the note for dotting, end all j»<* usses dun'i have luiefs. There nre tw« kinds of feet, till) light fret, mid the left feet which arc .jus! idikc unly turned ■round, Show were Invented when tuck Ichiirts gbl ripe. All gOWI skillets use their feel tv nl'.ntc (in. If the pi ie ! leather keeps going up we will all have tv learn In walk lie hands, Pee! have the peculiar luiliit of sleppini,' yel !„w ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Hiclnnonil College arid Weslhomptor. College Weekly. IDHLISIIEU KVF.RY FRIDAY Subscription, fii,as Per Year, in Advance. Sinnle Copies, 5 Cents. OFFICE A-2IETER HALL EUITOKIAI. IJOAKI) 11. M. Sullwilanu, Editor-in-Chiel. EbtthsthLov* I Al| , ti Edi tol ,.i„.a ll ,| R. T. Lvlernan I ElttnM McCiulliv , Raawn D. Q*K»fl A**»ei»l* Btillori laiti.-n 11. I'.ttrrt I ,). E, Duafcfd > JamsaG, Blake, Csrthoabi VI i\ U.I- Ml■ V I K. W. Miller, Buiinru ManefM M. T. .Spi.fi I R. R. Clvojm-II I AIII. IWcm Manajrn H. A. Russell / 1 1,,-„l„il,M,'l.c,in I All business matters should bs ifi ,li, ,-d to the Business Manager. All other matter* should come to the Kditor- in-Chirf. We .shall he pleased to handle any students' communications with due con- sideration. All unsigned cmrespoiidciiec will nut be published. Entered aa iwon.d.-cla** nutim Novem- ber J, 1915, nt the rost-Oflicc at Rich- mond College, Va., under the Act of Con- gress nl March ;i, x iB7«). FRIDAY, DECEM...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
WALK OVERto the WESTHAMPTON BAPTIST CHURCH STUDENTS CUSS 9:30 to 10:15 A.M. DR. W. J. YOUNG, Teacher «*™" NEW STAR"'™*M™- MANUFACTURED BY Baughman Stationery Company WHAT HILL BE YOUR LIFE WORK? Ol a Yak- graduating clar, a companion ol 18 leading occupation! ilmwi dial llune who engaged in life latitat* made tbt largeU income (.luring lh« period of 5 yuan, I lure ii no Ileum Company to lepiettmt than the Pe-im Mutual, one o( live oldctl, largfrt and bdl.linowif in the world—7o yean old, $700,000,000.00 innurancc.in- rosea $175,000,000.00 s--.it Alwayi opening* (on liuttk-ri. BIGGS & MOSELEY, General Agents /•.'. .V. I)esPartes, Cashier 604-(ios-(U>fi Mutual Building, RICHMOND, VA.
! PYLE ESTA HUSHED 1880 FRENCH CLEANING, DYEING I'HI.s.SING. 815.317 N. Fifth Street a-*n»<C( >MPJ JMRNTSs-"**.-* THE FITTS FURNITURE CO, Fourteenth and Main Street C. L. & H. L. DENOON Real Estate and Loans 807 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA ■fOOOD FOR THE EYEftsens. r HES GALESK|o«ic*t...
AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
Lantern Night, It wus decided several veins ago that Lantern Night should bt one of the an- nual ceremonies of llic college. The class of l!»l!!, lioivever, was Hie Ii rut siiplui mora class in bund down the Untorn Of Knowledge to the freshmen. This took place Tuesday night. The Wandering nils eager, iiiipul ieul, laughingly ex pclanl were assembled in the eluinter, The siil'l, far away iiniriiiur .if a tireck chant ciiiue tv their ems. 11, cniue nearer nml nearer, and a wavering Una of dim.. white chid figures, I dug dickering j lanterns, emerged I'runi the ccntiiil eir ele. The precossiun si ill singing the! Greek chant ovovad down the idolater ami there bestowed upon the troihmrn] the Lantern of Knowledge that should be their source ol wisdom tbfOUgll tht trials Of college days. The freshmen, then enlightened, burst forth into song, and marching round ami through the building, sang Until tht IflSl caudle in the lasi lantern mint nut, Thanksgiving Guostß, Man...
KENTUCKY CLUB ORGANIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
KENTUCKY CLUB ORGANIZES.
The denizens of Kentucky sojourning among un met nl. Wesllininptoii hist Wed- nesday evening and organised n did- I'm the perpetuating nml enlarging the Hiuo- Kt'ass Contingent lit QUI iimti(ill ion. II was, primarily, a social function, nud thuHc belonging have made numerous re marks on the pleusnre, nud en.pe. incut derived therefrom. Tlmse proton! were Millet I'dennor Bobsrttou, Ruth Carvto, Caroline Broad- dus, Cynthia Ann Thompson and Hath trine MaQlotblln, Miss Stone, of Louja \ille, who wns visiting here (lien, was invited, Gentlemen were Harvey Hot M illumine, Iter! nun lluliins, ,(. I'.'url Mini ford, Burton Van Dyke, .lames 11. Bar licit, Jr., and " Hal " Hellers. Itefrcsh mentl ware served. Miss Thompson wa: elecled pi-esi.lenl uf Hie club nml Miss Carver itcretary, oilier totial nil'airs fnr the chili are being planned,
PERSONALS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
"Pnc" Oreig, "Pa|i" Pallierlv ~„.I " Vh " Melcnll' were dawn I'mni lla- I'ni vrsilj I'm- the Thanksgiving game, It. 0. iMcMaiiiel, 'Hi, now teaching at, limy, W. Va., was supposed to be in Richmond fur the Teachers' Ooiifeience, bill we dOtt'l billow ifc He left Hundny. Pollard and Hniidl'iiiil, livu former fOOthall slars, were ul (lie limupiet Sal iinluy night, Among I he niaii.i ,dd men who were here for (he Randolph Macon game, wtta hii-l'., Ford, Humidors, Tmnly, Terrell. Barbour, Clark, Hamilton nud Bradthaw, John T. Cobiirn, Ml), nml ,-nptain of the eleven Inst year, was un! for the Randolph .Macon giiine, and had the pleasure of seeing hit former l.'iimiu.'ites win. The law fraternity, the Delta Theta i'hi, announce! the Initiation of Robert K. Qkfte and ('. T. Tiniinina
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE fc Every reader of llm "iloll.'kluii" k lutaKeatsd in imikinjit flisJiin.in.l Oollsgs v stronger and better College. Mimli of tins grwit (ask beTongV'to Triittees, faculty, aml Alumni) but * large pert properly the student's -of this ses- sion. Tim nubile iliicd not vet realiM tin* possibilities ..I our Si^lwmlsjlutiipr tlie e.veellent licjtiiiiiiiie; Uini, ban I n lllildc already. ,'JJrUf/Bllldlrf'llt'lievi'f t».i College Is licii, nnd doei not at all appreciate MP ijeeiTifwAiire. buuw)g*i for • larger endowmi'iit. foi mure teholarsulps, Porbaps ratvererfJnjcsnrWtbe benefit of a tcholarnhlp. L*l your auquaJntances know what it'rsMjitia wftyiiiiil tliet • prnliiildy I vie niiirc cii.i-l .-.(iiilcnlh I'riuu Y'liti' ci.iiiin vi.tiild l„ ... , 1., :,,. i-.iid.i in- provided tasm, " '/i c/mf* t Tin- Oollsg* I* ,i greet philanthropy. iv oCOoar* desire to extend i^baimnjlK lint witdi, ill. the same fiine, lo improve the i|iuilil,v nf the ii.lviltit np«'t» 'ojrirri'il to I...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 December 1916
esse SEE COACH 00BS0N ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Eg v i p- ment for Men and Women. Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, etc, Every Varsity Team at Richmond College 11 moliit.-il by A. 6, Spnltltng & Urns., which (inn Couch has Ik en representing for ten years. The Quick Line Between the East and West USE THE Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond A. P. GENTRY I'lionn Randolph Jt)B] Eagle, Emblem, Dayton, Crescent, A rdmoreArch, A viator Bicycles. Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. SOS WEST BROAiISTRKLT RICHMOND, VA. Grace Street Baptist Church rToujhea and Grace Streets. SI-KVltl'S Sunday School - gift) A. M. Proaohlng, 11 \. M. and BiOO r. M. B. v. i. i. i i. v), THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S l 111 IK II Advertise in ihe Richmond Collegian
TIE TIED TIGHTER Spiders and Tigers Engage in Drawn Battle for Cup. Both Teams Fight Hard but Cannot Advance When Near Goal. Score 0 to 0. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 December 1916
TIE TIED TIGHTER
Spiders and Tigers Engage in Drawn Battle for Cup. Both Teams Fight Hard but Cannot Advance When Near Goal. Score 0 to 0.
1 ri„ can,,- un.- v wonderful atblbl i tion, mnl tin' fiiiii tin iiiniti'i.-' war* j ployed almost perfectly, Thc fourth qtiarter mv nwirrad trfth tbe ohly breake of tl,.- gome, one lo saeh team. The riggreMlvunew of tha teams on defenae, aside from Mill.' 'a long rah and Thui i man* return of a punt prevented nny j consistent ground gaining, Both beam iisr.i ii largo variety of plays, bul fan* wuri- suauesofuL W* Ware lllghtlji ottl ', rushed tn the Srtl half bnl forward ■inrwiiiK, nml KiiiiiH in the second hull' iiiiuii' mir total yardage much greater tliim Bampdan-Bidney's. Several imii j xiiiiiuis stooil out prominently botl dsfens* and offense. I*o* Bunpdan- Sidney, Palmore ihi.nr to graateal ad vantage !.. bli team on offense and tra* ,-,t,iv aasuted b) ThnrmM nml Buddlaj the former carrying Ih* ball too fre- quently, The genera...
FORK UNION CLUB BANQUETS AND PLANS Over Groaning Board Members Plan to Assist Their School. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 December 1916
FORK UNION CLUB BANQUETS AND PLANS
Over Groaning Board Members Plan to Assist Their School.
On Wednesday evening, Deeembsr Bth, thirteen members of the Ppr! Union OUib if Hiciiiiiiiiiil College and three Invited Igueets gathered eroond the festive board ut tiic Kefi'i'toi v and absolutely demo) [shed tiie «ix delightful courses thai were I served them. The «uy all prase ads I tin' iiiiiuticH disappear argues well I'm their earnestness In ths matter, for there I huh mil time lost from the serving of grape frnll to the hud rap of dead tasse, The Bourses srent In she following or- iier of deliciousneset firupe l''rnil wills I'mul'icl I'lierricH Oyster Btevt and Craokers I'liickeil Cutlet,. Irlth POtotO ItiiHi'N I lii'i'ii I'eiiH hi I'utte Ciimc'i OUvas OhOfl ''how Celery lotted Almonds I'oiio'l Hook li'ollh I'iuiiliciiv 1,,' Proven Clherlotto liukci Pean srlth i_wslimal|aw Cherry Borne made Oaks with the letters • • !■'. i." on elicit piece ColVee I'hcesc Wiil'eix At ti icl...
LITERAAY SOCIETIES TO GIVE PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 December 1916
LITERAAY SOCIETIES TO GIVE PLAY
Committees Appointed ami Plans Laid, Tim Phllologian and Mv Blgtua She literary sot-lottes have plan* on foot I'm n ni.-ii in be given bj their member Miiiimtii miv iii Psbrunrj Th* play Itself him nut yd lii'i-n .l.'liiiili'ly ile- ri.le.l Upon, but will h'' n IUUCSd in Ilm in-ill i'iitiir«*. it i« probable that some of the Westhampton talent «iii take part, uml undo] iim direction of I'ih. Bandy and Montgomery and Wise Bobartaon iirinsH (lie lobs, ilia nine tn I" 1 ii mi M. Lfttons mv appointed Buaineaa Mann gar and Strofbrd la Stage Manager, The committees appointed to make nil arrangement* of tha pus were 0, 0. Johnson and 0. W- Qnlch from the Phi- lologlans and Moses Olllmmt and M, T, Bpfcer of the Mn Sigma Rho society, Behearasli will begin sunn after th* boll days, and troth all prospects will be ns good tv any ever given by the dramatic ■ mi' last yen-
SPIDER FIVE TO HAVE HARD SCHEDULE Book Games With Virginia, W. & L. and V. M. I.-Practice Starts. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 December 1916
SPIDER FIVE TO HAVE HARD SCHEDULE
Book Games With Virginia, W. & L. and V. M. I.-Practice Starts.
i Batlafled In every way with, the Long road trip shay t"" 1 * loai year In theli practice series, the Spiders' quint, under tin leadership of "Hi,k" w I, will again play the flves of the Untvarelly of Virginia) Staunton Military Aeaderoy, v. M. I. and Washington and Dee be fore b*gln_in_ the flreworks of >''■■■ ihomptonshtp campaign In the Beatora ! Virginia Aaeoeuitloß. although Cooeh Dobaon has been too eitgreaeed with the football situation to attend to candidates for ths Spiders' 1917 quint, tiiini fifteen to twenty men have iieeit unoetlog Oaptaln Wood every afternoon In tho college gymnaelum and working out the kinks preparatory to tite grilling thai will come ut tin hands if couch Dobaon Immediately after the [Christmas vacations. In this way the ,i|tui,| will lie well weeded out when Icooeh takes charge ot' the training with expert instruction, Mitchell, Satt...
ODDS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 December 1916
ODDS WIN CHAMPIONSHIP
on Tuesday afternoon at 1180 P, Mi ih« linni championship gomo in hookey ivas ployed oil' between the Odds l the Bightoen teama Rooters ware out In lull force, some with tin pons ond wait (Contln i from page one.) I'm, siiiiic with voi'iti organs and «ll with ■plrit, The rOOtefS were not Ihe only tines who hud Spirit, tot each tcim -v.'tit. in to win 01 die. At the etol of the llr.st hit If the score stood one to one. Then they came back on the Bold, In about live minutes the Odds had shot i goal, .'unl then followed with thnv more before the hist whistle Mow. II wiih it irooil game tind linely phiyc.l. They were well matched teams Imt, tho best team u,oi. The <>,|,|s now lml'l the hookey championship, but Eighteen's and Twenty's spirits ore bauglag around, The line-up wits: tciiier for.: Eighteen Blryeon, Odds M.01.c.111. Wings t Blghteen Sogers, Ransom. it.id- Walton, lb,stun. tnstdes! Eighteen McCnrty, John -~n. odds Harrison, Elliott Half Baefej...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 December 1916
Well, it was a fight, but there was ii„n,i,,|., doing iii tin' matter bf scores \„,| ~!■,, t!,..,! , : ii,li was Die Whole ,oloi system, Ha: •i ff to Tom Miller, Th,. edit i who id.:. ■- even has ( ~,,. pi • ,-,, his face, nnd ho ain't
||~n ill,nut the r'X'tin- thai Start to morrow I Are we all ready nnd prepared] for then. ' i.et'- everyone give thorn out j undivided attention, and pass them ell, and those Christmas eats will im-te n uieai ileal better, Our ,-h",-i, scored one hundred and twelve points i" tin championship series ,n of our opponents In the league ~„,|.,„| ojjjy ulie liuilill.il nml hu' In l-ltu. Huddle of 11. B. h'.l iv tJto scoring of I tai ileal ui.iu'' next term.
,i.i„| If -~,. mil ii is Of 6UI ' 'mm tii vi let '■ in itn iek, H Isn'l thi j '~,„:. , i tbe i 'luge, and we oould mai 1,,.,- i reputation to « large extent hume im the h..li,lays if we bout ivltb the i hroittc cry of i.a.i esiiiniiuitiiiiiM mnl uthei' iiunijjiniiry ...., ri, U we have I n co...
THE SCRUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 December 1916
All till: tUHOSi i-|iil,ie,.i/u.l liv- ' , - • fbl ,i,.,,.,,,.,i it, inni more, We Bttn'l give ■ 1,,,, 1 ii, I,mis,, nml commendation Uuj iUserve, bul there were cloven otbei men ' ~„ ||,:,| |i<.|,l win, mv Just us ,|en,'t t inn ua die 'varsity, and tluj or* " p '~- in, - indent fighting 'varaltj * ,1,1, fcwim, Is it ioci ,'. 11 M I 1,1,1 nn.! opuslsti Utly M th« 'vni-sily 11111,11- iim limn,is, recognition, and other compensations of the letter man I'hcy, i.ni-, go up ngalnsl 0 team that I* fnt , thriu in Weight, Wld nl'ility. iiiih tbe knowledge that that Iv re ,vai,i win be -ure and aching musclon, ond ihu gmtlflcat) btolnad when tbolr 'varsltj win* 11 victory, Tbey grivn thoii .ill in the team tiros, energy, blood, and pleiiMire, uml Hu's,- SOCI iih Bit BM imnh jvlllingly. iiuw ninny among thi ret lof ~s will do to mi" l '- These men ore dne 111., a.liuirnlimi and respeel Of tllß entile s'li'h'iii body, If mv for their iplrlt oi sacrifice, tlu'ii im' Umir co...