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RECITAL HEARD IN AUDITORIUM. PROFESSOR COSBY'S CLASS EVIDENCED EXCELLENT TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
RECITAL HEARD IN AUDITORIUM.
PROFESSOR COSBY'S CLASS EVIDENCED EXCELLENT TRAINING.
The Vlresthainpton I XiUege muaft of Professor Cosby gave n recital In the College aiiiliioi'iiini Wednesday night., February Bd, TUci program oon Isted nf vocal and Instrumental numbers, Tim performers all showed both mueioal ability and exoolleul training, Many I'ia.mii Sim.us. Tim piano solos were very well ,|,iih\ The duet by Mines Tompkins ami Willis, The liiviiiiiion to the Dance," by Yon Webef, showed excellent practice. The color was good, Mi-- Edwards did the "In term wee on Octaves," by f-eschetli' sky, in a iiniNi able manner, Mi>s Gary played ivilh expression, Criog's "WM- ding Day." lii period time and n Ith good technique, Miseea Anderson and Btoit an played Momkowskl'e "Spanish Dances, Nos. ;i and I." lliilTiiiiiiiii'h "Withering Flowers," rendered by Miss Willis, was inns! tuneful. She lay stress on important notoH. Miss l.me did the "Second Miuurku," liy Qodard, with fe...
TEAM PRESENTED WITH TOKENS. NEW BOYS GET SWEATERS; OLD BOYS, GOLD FOOT-BALL WATCH-CHARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
TEAM PRESENTED WITH TOKENS.
NEW BOYS GET SWEATERS; OLD BOYS, GOLD FOOT-BALL WATCH-CHARMS.
At the regular meeting of (he Alhlchc As-iiieintimi, after the routine business was over, Coach Dobson was on hand to preeenl to Ihe foot-ball team 'Varsity sweaters and beautiful little gold foot. India, us tokens of appreciation for their work In.-I fall, Men who hud in,l wnii the 'Varsity letter were given sweaters, and the others lit lie font-bails for i he watch-foli. In his presentation n bin ... which Coach Doii-on delivered In bis ueual impressive style, he liuidc an appeal lor some place at (ireater Richmond Collage to take in-door exercise, lie further is 'd tbnl he would like to nee the day coiiie ivhen it was compulsory for the College man to try for some one of the at hi' til ■ In cle la oh Dobson held Qp the seven-1 i'" on v sweater, und ii resolved .. ■~ ~,,\a u , M wimbl dsiii,. <• tie tpeu called forth the Icttci men i [dually, and piot,"' it ■ them with tht
SPIDERS WALLOP TIGERS. Richmond College, 27; Hampden-Sidney, 23. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
SPIDERS WALLOP TIGERS.
Richmond College, 27; Hampden-Sidney, 23.
Friday ninlii the Richmond College basketball quint .liil lhan_elvet proud llnv walloped the llnni|i,leii-Si<liicv Tigers 27 to *_. The gome wm ployed in the armory boll ni Farmvllle, Al- thoUgh thin limit' wan Htimll i.'li.iiikli, it wet l uii-iii improvement over the Tigers' (lyiiiiinsiiiin, wliii'li is little larger than to ordinary kitchen end adorned with four great posts, The P—flt was througed, ovory rieitt taken, and senrooly standing room l.ii whan Referee Qevall blew his whittle for the beginning of the meJee. Tbe ll.ini|i Imi >i lv.'v alumni were oul in grmi force to see the "lumiv" buys "mop up llic Hour" (villi the Bf.lt hut in iliin tbay were greatly mistaken, for, ni the I'liiieliisinii <if tbe fracot, (Jit 1,,., a.i mi t'other foot, N',i Ciiav.i.s Muit; in last I r Tim Kiuite began and •us' played throughout, "iiii Captain Unibbertnttd \\ iley Wood holding down the forward positions...
ROANOKE COLLEGE ENTERS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. LETTER REPORTING ANNUAL MEETING OF VIRGINIA INTER-COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
ROANOKE COLLEGE ENTERS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
LETTER REPORTING ANNUAL MEETING OF VIRGINIA INTER-COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
Hi, ii\i,iM', v.*.., January 3s, lOlfi, './,• U r„ "'!!'. I;. .". : ■■< !>::■>■ ■ mend CoiUgt Alhkk I Itkhmmhl, l'u.: Dear Sir, I beg In x'juut Ihal Ihe annual meeting of the Virginia Inlcr- Collegiate Athletic Association was hold ,ii the Richmond Hotel, Richmond, Vu., on Friday, January ID, 1015. Kcciiie, President of the Association, was vi the chair, ami Mr. Robert Beverley acted as Secretary. The following repre- sentative! were presenl i Dr, F. 1.. Day (Randolph-Macon), Dr, •!. 11. C. Winston (Ihiiiipden-Sidnevl, Mr. Caldwell (Wil- liam and Mary), Robwl N, Pollard (Richmond College), There was no representative presenl from v. I. I. Professor Carpenter, a uieiubei' of I lie faculty of Roanoke College, appeared before the meeting, and mode spplloa- tmu fen i In- admission of Roanoke ('ollege v * member of the Association, After
JUDGE WILLIAMS WINS APPLAUSE. ADDRESSES THE MU SIGMA RHO AND PHILOLOGIAN SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
JUDGE WILLIAMS WINS APPLAUSE.
ADDRESSES THE MU SIGMA RHO AND PHILOLOGIAN SOCIETIES.
After their regular programs, the two Literary Societies of Hieliiiioud College met to listen to mi address l>y Judge Martin Willinins, of (lilcs county, floor lender of llie Deinocralie parly in tho House of Delegates of Virginia, lie had been Invited to Richmond College by tho Mv Sigma lih.i Society, and was intro- duced in very iipproprinto and eompli- I niciitiiry terms by D, \. Sutton, President of thai Society Judge Williams's speech was typical of the "stump Bpenker," dealing with many sulijecls, containing much humor, and winning much npplau-e Hut it eon- lained Ihe "real goods," Judge Williams was the author of the Enabling Act that passed the but Virginia Legislature, and il was largely through his inlluenee that the battle for prohibition was won. The Judge made c very oomplimentafj introduction, end "excused himself" as an ordinary wuntry lawyer boforo a crowd of "literary ...
COTILLON CLUB HOLDS FIRST DANCE. NEW ORGANIZATION INAUGURATES CAREER AT HERMITAGE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
COTILLON CLUB HOLDS FIRST DANCE.
NEW ORGANIZATION INAUGURATES CAREER AT HERMITAGE CLUB.
The nawly-organlted Cotillon Club of the Collego gave the opening danco Friday night, I'Vbriinry 0 th, nt tho Hermitage, and the evenl will long be rcnieinbcre Ibj Ibose pai I icipaling in the lesti ties This organisation rose from tho ihg aj the old German Club, and, with new life and vigor, has put Itself on s bappy "i.i ■ut«cgaful founda- tion, for, though not elaborate by any means, Ibis occasion of the first danco was the uiosl, pleasant that could have been wished for. Dancing begun prompt" ly al BtOO I. M , and al 11:1111 o'olook a table wm spread with a profusion of healthy sandwiches and much coffee, after which refreshments hud boon duly relished the terplschoreafi (natures wore again resumed; At 1 o'clock the orchestra stopped, iici oiling to previous arrangement, but so great was the cnlhiisiasin that, by a Unanimous vole, the dancing continued until 3 o'clock, when all we...
WHY AN AUDITORIUM IF WE CAN'T USE IT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
WHY AN AUDITORIUM IF WE CAN'T USE IT?
All of you know lluil a new club hat been org»ulied—the Cotillon Club, It gave ai in in,'ni tiie Hermitage Club last Friday night. The ''trippers of tbe lililil liinliet','" were forced to emigrate lo Itii'liiiioiid to liold their Initial dunce. \uii ihe respective (atnert were forced to sell an extra load of lio«n to pay fur Ihe limit', Ihe musicians, and the "temlilc in.xi" Perhaps you don'l know thai in iii.i.i civilised iiiMtittitioiiN of learning the Juniors have mi iiiinilal "I'r.mi," and the Seniors a Commencement dance. Perhaps you don'l know that our various "finis." have one or Iwo dances per Hiiiool year. To go on, of course you know that olir basket-ball team, which is tweeting every afternoon on tbe Hour, thnt iiicv in.iv wallop our enemies to v thai paste, is forced to practice in the city. And here wb are, In ft college rank- ing above Wiishin lon and Lee in scholar- ship, situated hem in a plot of ground whose acreage is ra...
THE ALARM-CLOCK IS CLANGING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
THE ALARM-CLOCK IS CLANGING.
'llie .',l',l'iiii'lin'li oi duty i« ringing away like sixty" again, and it's time, we awake to another situation, rVhai does our College wish now? Thn baiktt~ball ,7iimi/ii',,/M»i/i. "(lit, is that till," you' are saying, anil you Htop to re-light your ,-<',ipe. Wnil a tiiiiiute! lt'is your job lo get It, Where's the old pigskin "pep" wo had lut fill? Where are Ihe noisy cheers before breakfast—the sonp sifter supper? Echo yelle back, "Where?" Now hero's yntir task. These games depend on you, oh, l know It's the same old etory of "Spirit; spirit, spirit," but when tbe mule bulks build a fire under him. Last weak tbe teem lel'i, and a mere handful of men gave 'em the glad band, words «l ohoer, nnd "backing."
.I) I'i't, you know that wheaovpr you toy in do n thing, and iim thought atrlkea you thai ii will noi Be uppreoiated, ii ) i n Inn prOpOSIUoO 1.0 net by with il? There you an', if tbeao "basket-ball" era" of urn's, who ere working m ba...
ERROR IN WRITE-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
ERROR IN WRITE-UP.
The reporter for Tim Counaun made a grave error but week In writing up the "Hut Banquet." Ho was compelled, to write the story In the thorl time of thirty minutes, «o, In bit haste, be overlooked line of the must pleating parte of the pro- gram -the toatt made by the popular, oharmtng Pretldent of the Freshman Qatt nf Wetthampton College, Minn (ilassi'ii. She addressed the crowded banquet hall with perfect lelf-control, to her remarks she laid street an die feet that the nirls who were the (irni freshmen in the new school had the seri.niH problem of "prei'e leal" In .solve. Her talk was loudly applauded. The reporter also neglected to Add thai Mr, end Mrs, B. Went Tnblj wore among tha guests,
INTERESTING Y. M. C. A. PROGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
INTERESTING Y. M. C. A. PROGRAM.
Missed by Most of tho Student Body.
! A very interesting program at the v. M. c. a. meeting last Thursday nlghl was enjoyed by Ihe wry small crowd who came mil. The Social Service side of our Y. M. C. A. work was discussed by Captains Wiley anil Cobiini, of the base-ball ami foot-ball teams, and also by Messrs. Hoover and BaUSUm, This work iii tho city of HichiiiDiiil, as directed by these men, and Carried on by v large niiiu- bor of our Y. M, C. A. ineiiibers, is most Interesting, as It is most worthy, Our representatives conduct services at the Home lor Incurables, the Soldiers' Home, the City Home, and flic Slide Peiiilcii- linry. Those who lake pari in Ibis work tell in of (he great appreciation expressed by the Inmates of these Institutions for the sunshine and good cheer which is taken to thorn, Those men who work six days nl Hi ir College limits, and then give n large purl of ihei seventh day lo thiimosl unselfish service lo olhers...
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY.
A. ('. Cheetlmm preached ul Ml, (blend Church, Goochland county. 11. <) Wynll preachi'il at Coiieord Church, Mecklenburg county. w. L. Davis preached Sunday morn* ing at the Soldiers 1 Home. Sunday afternoon he addressed the it. v. p, r, Assoolatlon of Richmond at Randolph* Slrect Church, and Sunday evening lie supplied for S. 11. Toinploiiinu at North* side. C, 0. Johnson conduclcd services nt the City Some, 8, C Uwcii preached both morning and evening ai Crewe, K. I, HaiiHilin preached al Windsor Sled" Church, in New Kent county. W. 11. Hraiiiiock tilled his appointment at. ltidgeCliureli. I'). .1, Wright tilled his nppoinliiiciil al \ew Bridge Churoh. 1.. C I'ickersoii supplied lor Bay, \v. K. Hobertson at Handolph-Slreet (.'lnucli Sunday evening.
CALL FOR TRACK MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
CALL FOR TRACK MEN.
While basket-ball occupies llu nlie of the singe, it inusl be borne in mind that the track season is at hand. There will be no indoor meets this year, owing lo the lack of a floor on which lo practice. Manager Leslie is busy ar- ranging three dual meets with colleges in and around Virginia. He has already OIOSSd a deal with V. I. 1. for v meet in lllacksliurg some lime in April. Coach Dobson wants a class moot to be run off the lirsl of April, lo gel a line on all material, Last Field Day was the (irst venture of a class meet, und il was a glorious IUOCSn, FNcilemeiit, good feel- ing, and school spirit ran high, The Freshmen came off victors by iiwideinar- gm, Kvcry one is urged lo come out and try for Ihe class loams. Hear in mind that many a world-famous runner was an undiscovered "Freshio" in his caily college days, Work will begin unmc- dlately on the track, and it will soon be in good shape. Watch these columns for a list, of the events.
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT.
If friends we lime Lei us be glad. Let's do our best, and cleanest, lest betVln 'em well, and send 'em (lowers, \iul play true to those friends of ours. If friends we have Let us bo glad. —o— IVicivnl says he's "pursuing his studies" all right, but the trouble is he'll never catch 'em. —o — Quick! "What's that awful noise on tho stairs?'' I'luny Richardson: "My watch just now ran down." —o — Ho never says "Hi" when he meets you, You're not in his "caato," don't you see? 11 is brow is all puckered with wisdom (?), lie scorn- the "loud, vulgar" "toe-heo"; He nnver sat down in a hurry, 'Twould ruin tho crease in his "trou." I'd know what, to call him, exactly, If only he'd yelp a "bow-wow." —o— E, D.: "Katharine, have you worked your algebra?" K. A. (mournfully): "No; I never could get those Spontaneous Liquations." —o — Dr. Qainee (watching girls dance): "I believe, if I only half tried, I could be as ' ridiculous ins that." i
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
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NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
A. li. Wilson is ,il home, in Keysville, Vii,, veiy sick with malaria. MM, W. It ISrouddiH, of West Point, \ a,, visited her M!l . \\ it., .;,■ , ~i i. eh mood College, in ideiuuoiid last week We observe thai ,l. Omohunjjw his taken unto himself 11 new room-mate, With long curs and, I cold nose, '.civ good bull-dog, too, Mrs, Miller will sing at vesper S lay afternoon, the I lib. I), MoDattlol Will main his ad,he , n,,. following Sunday. Fabruarj 21sl We are glad lo report OUT niimip- stricken Knne convalescing rapidly. As a "i.ii" expressed It, the "mumps were BUrely raising Kane in Dunn I." Claude Kuld has now joi I the sick list wiih a "swell-looking" jaw. MUinpi again! Perhaps WO may expect oilier eases soon Il is reported thai Mr. Joy Niilliorlunil and Mr. McNeill enjoyed a box parly al one of the theatres last week. !l was a part;, of four, they lay, "Pool-bull" (lakes i„ now holding down a position ns niii'oriiiiin witll the Virginia Railway and Power Com- p...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
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RECEPTION AFTER DECLAMATION CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
RECEPTION AFTER DECLAMATION CONTEST.
At the conclusion of tho declamation Contest of the various high school:, ol the State, to take place In the Richmond College chapel on the night of February 20th, the Faculty of Richmond arid West- hampton Colleges will give a reception to participants In kbs contest, and to the student bodies of both Institutions, This reception will he held in the llich- mond College ol apel,
Nick Thomas Inlely made a short ImsiiK'tH trip to his home in Mnssaponnx, Virginia.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 February 1915
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