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Y. M. C. A. HOLDS SOCIAL EVENING. DR. McDANIEL TO SPEAK THURSDAY EVENING. BIG CROWD EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
Y. M. C. A. HOLDS SOCIAL EVENING.
DR. McDANIEL TO SPEAK THURSDAY EVENING. BIG CROWD EXPECTED.
One of the most enjoyable social events of the year was pulled off on Thursday night of last week when the Y. M, C. A. gave its winter term "Social Evening." Our special guests were the Wesllmmptim and Richmond Woman's College ladies. A splendid program was rendered, Miss Weaver, of Westlminptoii College, sang most beautifully. Mr. Base rendered us a very enjoyable violin solo. Tho quar- tette, consisting of Messrs. Johnson, Dunford, Leslie, and Carter, gave us several selections. Every number wan sneered heartily. Dr. Young spoke for a few minutes on the Y. M. C. A. an a social Institution After the program refreshments were served, and, for more than nn hour, every one had the Opportunity of gelling acquainted and talking to their friends g»iiy- The Student, Shop offered a box of candy to tho prettiest girl in tho company. Apparently 00 account of modesty, no contestants came ...
MU SIG. SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS. MUCH "POLITICING" IN EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
MU SIG. SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS.
MUCH "POLITICING" IN EVIDENCE.
On Friday night, February 12th, the M.u Sigma Ron Literary Society elected its officer* for the spring term. Tho following officers were elected: President, C.C Webster; Vice-President, John A. Ityland; Reporting Secretary, II. R. Sanders; Corresponding Secretary, K. J. Fox; Censor, I... M. I.ntane; Critic, D. N. Sutton; Chaplain, E. C. Harrison; Sergeant -at Arms, (I. T. Terrell; Hall Manager, William Hugh liagby; Hall Debater, W, S. Green. The spring term does not begin until About April 1st, but the. election of officers was held on the above-named date in order that their mimes nod pictures may appear in "The Spider." As usual, there was much " politicing," and many of tho offices were closely contested. As tho merit of the higher nominees was well known, there was little opposition. but the competition for somu of the lower offices wan unusually keen. The most interesting contest was the election of Sor...
SPIDERS LOSE TO YELLOW JACKETS—CONQUER LOONIES. Two Close Games With Different Results. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
SPIDERS LOSE TO YELLOW JACKETS— CONQUER LOONIES.
Two Close Games With Different Results.
Hanoou'ii-Macon, 2.1; Richmond Cotr UtciK, 12. On Wednesday night ol last wok the Itatidolph-Maeon Yellow Jackets won a brilliant victory over Ihe Spiders by a score of 2.'l to 12. The game was of I lie whirlwind vnriely, the piny being fast and snappy at nil times. The basket -ball floor m Ashland is a very small place, and dimly lighted, ami perhaps hul, oh, well, the Spiders aren't, making any excuses, but they do say very frequently, "Wait until it's our game." This may or may not niemi a great deal, but anyhow, if Spider grit and determination count for anything) we are all pretty sure to journey down to Richmond lo witness a post -season College vs Randolph- Macon—for Ihe cup, and it's a safe bet, fellows, none of us will have to count. Ihe Dumber Of lies coming back home A glance at the e.hove standing of the teams in the League will show you that the Spiders must annex every ...
DR. ANDERSON'S BOOK PUBLISHED. A STUDY OF THE POLITICS OF VIRGINIA AND THE NATION FROM 1790 TO 1830. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
DR. ANDERSON'S BOOK PUBLISHED.
A STUDY OF THE POLITICS OF VIRGINIA AND THE NATION FROM 1790 TO 1830.
"William Branch Giles A Study in the j Politics of Virginia and the Nation, from 17110 to 1830," by Dr. I). It. Anderson, has just been issued b>, the Ocorge lltinta Publishing Company, o| Meneehe, Wis- consin. This VOlume bos lieea awaited with impatience by students of Virginia history, ami Dr, Anderson is lo he con- gratulated on finishing bid long and arduous task, "The Life of William B, (dies" us. s particularly ditlieult undertaking, become Of tho luck of original material. Dr. Anderson bus made a most careful and exhaustive search for Giles letters, and such as he was fortunato enough to find have been used wilh ram skill in milking a reconstruction of his subject. (Sites is ono of those men not unfreipiently B eoo. who make a great impression on
l heir own generation, and these rapidly fade away into obscurity. We hardly realise now that Giles is anythin...
FRESHMAN DAY AT WESTHAMPTON A HOWLING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
FRESHMAN DAY AT WESTHAMPTON A HOWLING SUCCESS.
llu.1 imy one pmwrl by Wcsl.lminpton o&mptM hi 6i80 o'oloek Monday afternoon, they would have.seen ti hiiiieli of dreiiehi'd, but happy "Rata." Where in the world had they been in that, awful downpour? It, wan I'Yp.shmuii Day, mill "luck ffiia i»nin' 'em." They were (joining from a Jolly good hike iii'Njhh the river, whore they bad been playing garnet, racing, cooking, and mostly ailing, tenderly cured (or by 'Lcsmi) Anderson sad "Hup" with which to umiwe themselves in lirnt to enter, anil lint in liin-li Bating six cmekei'H and whintltiiK, thereby win- exiiel, iiieiisureiiient, Lillian liimiimic hud the hrondcHt. Yet both lUOMMtfu] and tmsucccHsful had a elinnee to roast; "hot dona" and fry Imeon. Hut just then tho elements interfered, and did their best to ruin tho fun. However, Ihe "Freshies" wero flume, and went, on with the next stunt — a hopping rare. Tho prist, n handsome Iron, wast won by K. Anderson, the fainoun hoppe...
PHILOLOGIAN SOCIETY HOLDS ELECTION. YOUNG ORATORS MAKE BRAVE NOMINATING SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
PHILOLOGIAN SOCIETY HOLDS ELECTION.
YOUNG ORATORS MAKE BRAVE NOMINATING SPEECHES.
On last Friday evening the Philologist) Society presented an interesting program, consisting of an oration by J. T, Coburn and readings and doelainalious by several good readers and deelaimers. The debate was on the pending ship purchase bill, and the bill was passed uiuuiimmisly. Hut the real Interest of the evening was centered about i he election of officers for the spring term. The elect ion was held at this time in order (hut the spring term officers night gel their names and pictures in "The Spider." The traditional policy of Ihe Philo- logiana to "politic" had been strictly observed, so that the several candidate: had been quite busy all the week getting their men "lined up." And during the course of the evening many a young orator got a chance to display his elo- quence in rousing nomination speeches. The following men were el."to,|- Presi- dent, IL L. Hurruss; Vice-President. J. A....
WHAT ABOUT DRAMATICS? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
WHAT ABOUT DRAMATICS?
Here il is, almost lime for I lie spring trnn, and nol Hie faintest nllcmpt at a dramatic produotlon has I ceil polled oil by oither College. Surely, in a student body of four hundred, there oughl to be, and doubtless li, much dramatic tslciil; bill whore is it? There is a dramatic orgaiii/aliou coiinecled with the ( hi bpsiloti Literacy Soi iety, ami 1,, i yoar there was a diaiualir club at i niiiijc, wiiai has happened t» them? Not (our months remain in which to bring out some of Ibis dormant talent, Which surely esisls In many Northern colleges and uni- versities the dramatic organization is lis Important ac any ether. They give several big plnys during the year plays thai would do credit, lo many a theatre. At Vassar, for instance, al least lour really large plays are produced during (he scar. The hist two, owing to plenty of time for preparation) are generally Standard plays, by lllien Or even Shake- speare, All \ a ir alumn 0 speak of their dramatic...
THE GREAT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
THE GREAT QUESTION.
There are many Important Question* to be decided by the young man of to-day, but perhaps one of the dhiofeel is ins life's work. Th* man or woman to-day who expect* to chouse some profession should recognize the vast Importance of moldttg this eliniec as early lis possible. Il might bo well said (bal every young person should have some aim or purjMM [g hie, ami thai thai aim coo best la' realised by a I rained mind. There is something of sadness In the picture of a well-Pained mini i which is mil being Used lo the ml van- tage of the world. A young person, regard- less of the possession of wealth, if that be true, should not spend a llfeol ujalessnsoSi after having received the benefits of an edlleilllOll. When a Student enters college, ,1 his profession has been decided upon, be thai ub.il il may, he il ready 10 direct his energies in preparing himself for that specific work; whereas if he has not selected any profession, he has no goal to which he may lur...
TOWER ROOM FURNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
TOWER ROOM FURNISHED.
Ever since Richmond College moved lo We-ilhampton thole lam- 1)0*11 many Inquiries as to ihe function of the Tower Room of Dorm. 3. Some hav n- lidered it a good place to hold committee meetings; others have suggested holding larger meetings I here, and si ill oilier:, have believed il loulil be converted inlo an excellent place for WfOStUug bouts. However, the V, M. C. A has taken ihe Hunt active part in th ide.ivor lo have it furnished, and has SCCUred Ihe help of tho Presldonl pi the College in having it tilled up as a general resting and loafing place. We were pleased io lind, on going up inlo the tower this afternoon, that (he furniture ha.I arrived. If is dark in color mission style, There me two attractive tables, and several comfortable chairs, in which a fellow could fall asleep in a lew seconds. Other furniture will be added later. In a few days some good periodical* and chess and checker boards may be found there, at the disposal of even loyal ...
A STUDENT Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY FOR RICHMOND COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
A STUDENT Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY FOR RICHMOND COLLEGE.
There has been some talk in the Y'. M. e. a. Cabinet about the advisability of trying to secure for Richmond College, or for the Orealer Hichmoinl College System (including Weslhampton College, Richmond Academy, and Woman's Col- lege) the services of a Student Secretary. Every loan who has at ended a college where (here was a Stiidcnl Y. M. 0. A. Secretary can readily testify what he moans to student life, lie takes the lead in ivory activity worthy of a Chris- lian college. The type ,,| man that should be chosen would be able to mingle with ail classes of oofiegs men. For instance, what a tremendous factor would such a man as Terry Durham, Powhatan James, "Bill" Deckel, or Qaorgs Sadler be in our student body now. And especially if in such a position that they could give their entire lime to tin- Interests of the students. Wo oannej attempt now to give much of a detailed schedule of bis duties, but he would cer- tainly bo ...
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY.
11.0, Wyatt supplied nl Dover Church, (iooelilniid county. W, L. Davis tilled ins appointment at Haskerviilo. W II Itiaimock filled his appoinlment at Itidge Church 111 Ihe morning, anil It. L. Ilausum preached for Illlli ill the evening, S. C. Owen pleached both morning and evening ft| Crewe. B, K. Norilien preached for C. A. Hall at Wcslliaioplon Sunday evening. .1. 11. Curlier preached at the Soldiers' Home in the morning, and ,L lv Wren preached at the City Home in the afternoon, lv J, Wright filled his appointment at New Bridge Church, 11. \. Snvars Idled Ids appointment g| M» Zlon Church, near Iticlmioud. Messrs. Ilooyer ami I'un.s l!es;doy taught Sunday-school at the Stale IVni- lenliarv in Ihe afternoon.
GLEE CLUB AT IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
GLEE CLUB AT IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH.
Monday night the Glee Club gave its initiol concert at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Rev. W. I', Hall, 'l-l, is the pastor there. Considering the horribly rainy night, a mosl excellent audience greeted the singers. With Ihe exception of a few mistakes, Hie Club "got across" very well. Next week Tin. Coi.i ioian will wi- n re Ike I dee C|i|l, M-hcdlllo. Al pro i-i.i one or two dales ate unselllcd.
CHI EPSILON LITERARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
CHI EPSILON LITERARY SOCIETY.
'I he Literaly Society ha:, boon studying the OUStORM and organizations in mouic of ihe lug Northern colleges lately, and two I plondid programs have been enjoyed lately by the members. The first was n most interesting talk on the customs of llryn Miuvr, given by Miss Fauna- Crenshaw, a graduate of that college. Miss Mary D. Winn, a graduate of VaOSOf, gave a charming and helpful description of (be wonderful organisa- tions connected with vootor. it is most helpful and broadening to he able to get a first-hand glimpse of these splendid DoUages, whom we hope sonio day lo equal.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westhamplon College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A. CAM't'.U, - - - Emrim-IN-ClllßK V ' li .N'';i---JASS'',,';i,,T,,,,S-, N .C»,KK i i, ,i I. KEMPRIt, ] W. fl. DURHAM, I AttOOIATt*WTO«t DAvtl BATTBRI 11-l'l'' I MANAGEMENT. POOBH MM,I -UIaKH, - IUiHINIiBH M»N*UIK. maiuiauki' jamkk, I g'lS Inlf' Ant lies. MSKACWS. I 1 W . I *'lt 11, 1, I ll'ltlU.lSS, ) All bimlnenii nullum Should tic uddremicd to tin.. Hiifiiiuim Maims". AH Other mall"'' uliould come lv tim lidltoi-ln-thiol. Wi' sliiill he plioscd t.i handle any aliulcnta' tninimiiii.iilli.iii. »'lli 'ti", tnimiil. ihli.iii. A 1 uimisned corri'ipundtticr will "ot li« puljllnlicd. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19,1915.
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
Malcolm Harris's father viviled bun last Saturday. Miss May L. Keller spent Ihe week end at heme in Baltimore. Charley O'Neill was here Saturday, vitlting bis brother, F. J'!. O'Neill. W. T. Ilnlsiead It improving rapidly, niter his operation for appendicitis, C. ('. Iloyd, who went home last week, on account of the sickness of his mother, is back, and rcporta bis mother improving. On Friday aflefti.ion the Faculty en- joyed another one of their pleasant "At Homes" in the Blue room of West- hainplon. ProfcMur Olmtted and "But" Johnson went to Lynchburg left Saturday, to look into giving tl Glee Club concert there. J, C, Duke made a .speech on "Joint Ownership of Corporations" before Dr. Eekenrode'e Economic class recently. Duke is to be congratulated on bis speech. It is reported that Dyke Klevesabl has matriculated. Tito College welcomes him, Besides being a royal good sport, he is a track man of ability. The student body is vory uiurh grieved lo leiirn that Hen W...
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT.
Exii.kii. I'm an exiled lmith'meticiaii, On a sea of bally mud, It's a-riitniu' cats and pitchforks, And the campus is in Hood. Far back ft* I remember There was mud, mini, mud galore, And I fancy thai ihe future Will he muddy OS before. I ain't no robin red-breast, Br I'd lly, an' make no fuss, Nor I ain't no whale iter dog-fish, Ncr a hippopotamus, I'm a plain young college fclh r, Exiled on a muddy son; Oh, Noah, with your little ark, Come out and rescue me I In tin WiiosKi I'kw, Recent graduate (to the man behind the desk): "What's the chance for u young fellow beginning at the bottom and working up?" Man at the desk: "Poor. We're con- tractors for digging wells."— •NtbfUlu Augwan. —o — Host: "It's beginning to rain; you'd better stay to dinner." Tho Guest: "Oh, lluinks very much,but it's not bad enough for that." — ■<} — I,ion's IN LlTMAW in:. "You've rend 'The Heavenly Twins'?" asked an Englishman of an Irishman. "Yes, I have," "And 'The...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 February 1915
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