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DRAMATIC CLUB TO PRESENT PLAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
DRAMATIC CLUB TO PRESENT PLAYS.
iii the very near future the Dramatic Club will present two "i Lady Gregory's Irish plays-—"Spreading ihe News" ami "The liisi?in o( the Monti." The lirst is a story of the Irish peasantry's aptitude for spreading ami augmenting humor, The second is of ihe escape of an Irish revolutionist from fchs police through the "put-yourself-ln-his-plaoe" iniiu- enee. The present Cltil) has revolutionised Ihe iini'ieni mode of Iry-oiil for positions, I fnder the new ngiint: every member may feel himself an nelive pari of the Club, in (hut once or twice a year lie may appear in a east, before the pulilie. At present about twenty-five men oomposa the Club, This first, month the advisors, Dr,, Mont- gomery, Professor Olmsted, and Professor Handy, have seltoted the Bra! ten men on l.ho Club list to play in Ihese Iwo plays, Next month the remainder will play, Ami those who show up lies! in their f*f"".-tirtt roies, minor or major, will lie chosen to play a prel...
PHILATHEAS ENTERTAIN RICHMOND COLLEGE CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
PHILATHEAS ENTERTAIN RICHMOND COLLEGE CLASS.
Al Wcslluunplon High School, M.ni- dity ninhl, the I'lhlathca Classes, uf Wcslhninplon Sunday-.scliuol enlerlniiicd Dr. Norman's class of buys from Rloh- mond t'olliye. About twenty men went iii from school There were visitors from Richmond and from Rio Vista, The programme! consisting of music and elocution, was Interesting .and pleas- lag, There was ii bountiful Violin solo rend, red hv Miss Mat'n.'irel I liilss, nc- OOmpanied on Ihe piano by her siHler, Bessie, Ami then wee reading! by Mrs. BroOBOn and Mrs. Albert Johnson. Both readers were t neniitl. After the programme everybody In formally played names and pnrtnok of dainty refreshments.
OFFICIAL REPORTER FOR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
OFFICIAL REPORTER FOR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
A plan in now afoot among Ihe Alhlelie Association ollieials, winch, if it timtc- rinlizcs, will be a valuable safeguard against future embarrassment, Tho plan is Ihis; Thai the Student body next year shall elect an ollicial reporter, ui censor of news, through whose hands nil con- tributions to dm various newspapers shall pass. If these colli ribiil iuu-i contain statements not absolutely true, ih<> Sensor shall have Ihe nilllinnly to reject them. If such a system hnd been in piny this yen r several little Inconveniences might not, have arisen,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 25 November 1914
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FACULTY LECTURE EDUCATIONAL. DR. R. A. STUART DISCUSSES "POX'S INFLUENCE ON FRENCH LITERATURE." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
FACULTY LECTURE EDUCATIONAL.
DR. R. A. STUART DISCUSSES "POX'S INFLUENCE ON FRENCH LITERATURE."
Dr. It. A StUBJI lectnreil lo n good- suwd audience on Tuesday after m in the College auditorium, His subject was "l'ne'.s liillueiice on I'Veneh l.iln.i- -tin o" lie Is Indeed well prepared to speak on such a subject, for be Is thor- oughly acquainted with the history of the literature of France, and is a student of the life of ilie American poet, Edgar Allan l'oe. in fact, l>r. Stuart has edited n complete edition of Poe's works, end be i« recognised. In thin country, ac an authority on this poet's life liistor) i ii\ m Hbaoon Kirn Post's Unpopuiiri n in Ami.iiu v. foe he sold, was aoi popular ii) the United States, He was a revolutionist, it you please, In literature. He refused to cater to the public taste, to bow down to the strait-laced New [England style of writ itijt, To several popular authors of bis period he was antagonistic, refusing lo admit Hieir excellence. S...
ALUMNI BANQUET SUCCESSFUL WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE A MEETING PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
ALUMNI BANQUET SUCCESSFUL
WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE A MEETING PLACE.
Promptly ai ii o'clock of Thursday evening the dining-room doors of West" hiillipton College were opened tO receive to Its groaning tables a goodly number of the alumni ami alumna' of the old Richmond College, The Wcstiiamptoiiiics looked .with awe upon these dignitaries who bad achieved the goal for which they often feel they are striving In vain, However, that awe was soon dispelled by the splendid live-course dinner, which seemed lo set all parlies Bl ease, and, after the physical
man had been lUfftcil-nlly nourished, came the most enjoyable feature of Ihe eve- ning namely, Ihe toil Dr, Julian Burruos, President "t Harri- Bonburg Normal school, was appointed loasl-miisler by Dr. Ilniilwriglu . and right efficiently did he till Ins position, lie at .nice called on l)r Hoiitwrighl for a welcome, which was given with vim. Ami then he brought in a subjecl which in .mi one except "Hoaly" would have been e...
SPIDERS DESERVE THE CUP. YELLOW JACKETS TROUNCED SATURDAY--SCORE 13-0. Superior Team Training and Individual Ability Both Won Richmond College the Victory. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
SPIDERS DESERVE THE CUP.
YELLOW JACKETS TROUNCED SATURDAY--SCORE 13-0.
Superior Team Training and Individual Ability Both Won Richmond College the Victory.
Playing dtwperately, with the aharo." pionehip "i Hiitki', ill- Richmond Collage foot-ball machine liiki Saturday showed lU superiority over the warriors froiii Ran* dolph-Macon, and won put by a (core of 19 Id I). II WU ii l»iri!-foin(hl luitlle from tliv lirst lo the very lnsl, noilher ■Ida being able i<> maintain any advantage during tin- first half. At tin- beginning of the » ml hull, after :i itran I* lulk from Coach Dobson, the Spiders did their ROW liminns "eiunediaek" lll'l, and, hy :i wonderful and run of forty-flva yards by Logan, which pul thorn ta striking distance Of the goal, they succeeded, after two MHiic attempts, in norrylng the hall over mr tin' ml ! ' touch-down, Craig woe the hero of the moment. In the fourth quarter, mi a ripping, smashing line plunge by Pollard, 'lie Spiders icorsd a...
RALLY GREATEST IN HISTORY. COLLEGE SPIRIT EVIDENT IN MARCHING, YELLS, SONGS, AND SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
RALLY GREATEST IN HISTORY.
COLLEGE SPIRIT EVIDENT IN MARCHING, YELLS, SONGS, AND SPEECHES.
At Richmond College, on Friday after- noon and night, November 37th, occurred the tWO best rallies in the annals of the College's history. From Silfl until 8 o'clock Mm whole student body was engaged In yelling and singing about the 'Varsity men ami "scrubs in their final practice, bruin 7 until 8;30 o'clock the auditorium was massed with the spider enthusiasts Several alumni were pres- ent, also nearly all the VAostliampton College girls. Dr. McDaiuel and lb. Itoalwrighl each made encouraging and electrifying .speeches. Lssmh Leads 'mi: "Rootobs," At precisely 1118 o'clock the spirited ami enthusiastic student body, under the able leadership of Joe Leslie, surged from the mess ball, yelling as they ran. Alexander, in all his ravages ver general el a more virile and vivacious army. They raced, single Ii 10, to the practice field, and bore down upon the pig-skin artists. Around the ...
HOW WE WON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
HOW WE WON.
livery tune there WBS a kiek-oll' Nnliir- day n loyal stontorian-volood "rooter" for the "lieil and Itlue" WBS heard lo shout) "Qo to It, Spiders and every man a bull-dog." Ami ho woe that's how we won. Tins "hull-due." lemotly not strength was nol oonfined to the warriors alone. livery rat-cap in (he north bleaoheri was ever bobbing up and down as the new men, exuberant and loyal, excitedly yelled el UTagomODt, tiud the "old men" were US strum.'. Thole Wiih spirit and enlliiisiiisni in every lirro/e. HaidU a moment elapsed but the slruu;- gling halllers DOUld hear Ihe "refeelory yi'll," the "Marseillaise," or individual I'heers, This enllulsiasin WOS largely due lo Ihe rallies of the previous evening, It. wits instilled in all liy Ihe urdent speeches, fostered by wild outbursts of voice, and quiet prayer. And the team didn't it fight? There was on "playing to the grand-stand." Every man felt himself to he mi intricate pari "i an i ftloiont machine, Am! it woe nn e...
OUR ADVERTISERS—PATRONIZE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
OUR ADVERTISERS—PATRONIZE THEM.
This is an old tuoss covered and Imek- neyed subject, This little speech is aluay I union that Ihe readers of a paper or magasine may he agitated to ihe point of doing th< ii' duly, wo admit. And, usuallyi it ho ihe same effect se dum- dum bullets fired at the Washington Monument. Uul we appeal to you, us College men who are supposed to think. If you are onpalilo of thinking, you will realise that our situation is peculiar, and unlike that of nearly all oilier uou,,- paper editors and managers. In a previous editorial we have told you about the association of merchants who forbid advertising in any college periodical. Hill, you see that some men have believed iii us, and have entered then; adw rti ■<■ tnouls upon Ihe panes ol'our paper. Now, then, they expect, mid rightly deserve, our patronage. It's up to us to patronise, If we do, it will mil only he acting fairly toward them, hut it will show other l 'I'hanlM thai ad\ eiliscincnts ill o...
STUDENT SELF-GOVERNMENT? HOW ABOUT IT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
STUDENT SELF-GOVERNMENT ? HOW ABOUT IT?
\\v believe that Richmond College should hove student self-government. Furthermore, we believe thai such a desire Is In the heart <>i over} Richmond ( lollege student who has thought ear ilj about it The longing may be very much developed, or, as yot, embryonic, 80, in i Imh seoond issue. Tm ( Solli oiam wl ihoi in take Its Bland as an anient promoter of ihe self government Idea, Before oue makes ahj rash steps in arriving at t nonoluston, be usually studies the question seriously. \,n\. if student government baa been in operation else- where, m what ichools is it, and bq« has il miiTeeilcd',' A spennl ease Willi which wo mi' familiar Is this itudanl managing in the Unlverelt) of Missouri, There they have ,i body nailed the Student Senate I he repreeantatlve men ol tin University are ike senators. All student affaire come under thoir juriediotion And these affairs arc managed efficiently. The ii' nil i Hi. factory, Any number of la...
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT NECESSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT NECESSARY.
Some one has said: "To a man college means three things spiritual develop- ment, mental development, and physical iievciopmoiii." Richmond < lollego means tWO of these bill bow about the third? It is i, Chii tlon in ionium tho prayer- meetings, the V. M C, A, tl Impel oxen i, , and tho general religious in lloenee o| ,!■•:, I ..111 bill llicall I he development of our spiritual solve*, The wcll-selccied ami well-covered ■<• ol and). i,tiered us by an able nop. ol pro lessors, can mean lint greater mentality, But, with the exception ol the advantages offered by the various! lollogoteams, there Ore 'lorn which give US a more perfect physique, a more healthful and powerful body. The men who make ike teams me hardened athletes hrcwd, swift, or heavy. The real of us, who are less fortunate, ba\e no means where!)) We may develop our bodies ||( «c develop our minds, \iiil n sluing body is neces- sary lo B strong mind. Of com ■ WO are mil able In ...
SATURDAY NIGHT PRAYER SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
SATURDAY NIGHT PRAYER SER VICES.
During the early pan of the i lon ol 1911 '18 several students mot and decided to hold a pcavcr-met me every Saturday night. This custom has been kepi up from that lime until nun. Originally, || WOS |g, tended foi I o ahmen, who had )u»l left the milium I l iq iii.s and entered upon thai great period of a man's life— his college days. 11 was fell to be a wise thing thai all Freshmen who would should meat at leant once each week, and devote their minds, for at least i ni hour, io soma of the spiritual thmga ol life 11 must be remembered, however, (hat this Is purely n voluntarj student service, which 100-, !,oon commended 1,, the College officials
The influence of the service bae spread beyond the Preehmen, and bow fellows ol all the oiasse, attend regularly, ami lake part in the service. Il would lie impossible to estimate the beneficial results of thlj « M-k cud .i i ieo One might naturally infer that only minis- terial students'at toad,...
MU SIGS WILL DEBATE WITH PHILOLOGIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
MU SIGS WILL DEBATE WITH PHILOLOGIANS.
The final iniiT-Mieictv ib'ba f (he o will be held on Friday evening, December lib, ~1 si.", [», M |, |,„, heretofore been the custom to have ottlj one debate each session botween the two literary societies, but this .vein il was dooldod. In ardOl tO prepare more men loi Inter-collegiate contests, as well tv lo , reate a greater interest in BOCiOt) work, Hint we should deviate from ibe oustora, line,' debates will be held 'hi ' lon "lie of which will take place each term The l'hilologinn ami Mv Sigma lib,, Lilt mi Societies, which were to have held their open niglil" on Dcccinhci ■lib ami Dfloomboi iiib. res| tlvely, have dooldod I mi I.' in I In , , ,i,,| i u , V( . a I'iml reception alter the debate This will insure a large .'imliencc for the ,1, balers, as well as a delightful -ocml lime lo all present, The "fair am •" from the lake will be invited, and it i hoped that thej will ba out ..•, maut , iln b, many friends and vi a,,, from t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College ami Westhanipton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents, Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2, EDITORIAL DOAK1). J. A. CAKTKIi, - Kiinoil-IN-ClllKir. n.OIIKNOK BOSTON, ( Ahh ',.|,'„, t ,„ (s ., n ,-„,„„ WKS'l'DN BRlifOW, | ASH "•ulTulis-IN.l.lllKI' KBTBLLSI KEMPER, I W, K. inutllAM, Amoouti I''ditoiih .1. II. WILEY, AHfllll IATK 1 ,1)11 OHM. IIAVM KAT'l'I'lliKIKLI), I MANAIIKMENT. RlXJEIt MJI.LIIISKR, I'.l'SINKH.t Manaukii MMIIiAltr.T JAMKS, I I'W FORE Ash't Huh. Manaokiih. it. i„ miniums, l All baslailj iimllem slioidit bt ailili email la the luiiBSil MiiniiRiT. Atliithiu tnaKcrKaltuuld came to Ilia Kilitor-iii-Clitnl. Wu ulinll bii plHSSd in hniullc niiy ItUdSAtS' coiniiiiniiciillnnH with duo iiiiibIih'iiiIioii All unHlgnod curuiBpoiidence will nut ha iititillslitftl, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1014.