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GLEE CLUBS AWAY ON TRIP. PERFORM AT SEVERAL BIG WOMAN'S COLLEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

GLEE CLUBS AWAY ON TRIP.

PERFORM AT SEVERAL BIG WOMAN'S COLLEGES.

Monday ninruiug ,".l BISO n'elnek llie Hull id t'.ill.y.e (ilee mid Mnilil.ibn Clubs set nut on their iintuii.l tour They me performing at mime ni llie principal girl* 1 collages in ihe slate. at well an .Hi'vernl city hulls. In live days they uill have given .sis' enticcrln. 'I'liv i lull.- have been preoticinj now a number of WOekt, and are in e\rcllcnl trim. The fallows proved their ability ItUl Wttek ill " I'ulison" Hall's eluiri'h, in Hiehinond, where lliey niii.le the proverbial "hit." I''<iituvit,i.i, Momi.w NioilT. The Clubs arrived in b'armviUe Monday morning, and gave a concert there at night. Tin' Cotillon Club nf the Normal SOl I, where they pei'lnl'llied, eiilerlaiiie.l oil 01 tile I'olieeil. Tuesday llflei in >vii they gn\e another euneer! ni llie I 'liiitlliini Training Bcaool, ftusiol) W'ingiicld, 'i-i, "backed" Ihe Clubt here That night the Randolph -.Macon Institute Whs Hie .•eeiie ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
FRESHMEN WIN CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

FRESHMEN WIN CHAMPIONSHIP.

Promptly »l 1:30 o'oloek mi Wednoe- ilnv lust, to the Thomas Art Hall of old EUohmond College, the "Bats" and "S«i|)Iim." played ill,' deciding champion- ship gams, Bash bad won < ptnuti and it promitad to be a hard light About eventy Kiils niiui' down to "miiI" for tilt! lOIHIId, llllll ;lll VMIS I'MltlMDOIlt. 'I'lic game started, and ii seemed the tianu wwtt vvn evenly m&tobed, At ill., and uf the ftnrl imif the icon itood 2 to 8, lull shortly lifter the MOOftd half Hlui'teil the I'icnIiiiii'ii noi the., load, ami kept it, and When the whistle New the WOTB ItObd ID to I in favor of the "RatH." Especially did (Catherine Anderson and Florence Smith pUl up I {Oodi ili'Mii iillllie, which the "looti'ls" uf liulli sides admired. The line-up Ml U follows'

Find, -Sophe,, 8; h»h 8 , ( At On ,1 of the niiiiie tiio victors werfc praaantod with tba silver loving cup.

»*. Pa**, m I, Ur .: , KWadditl. f. Smith Guard M.Clay, It Elliott . Guard...

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Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SPIDERS TROUNCE GARNET AND GRAY. Team Work and Accurate Shooting Enable Richmond College to Win Easily---Score, 54 to 13. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

SPIDERS TROUNCE GARNET AND GRAY.

Team Work and Accurate Shooting Enable Richmond College to Win Easily---Score, 54 to 13.

Developing a whirlwind attack, tim Red and Blue literally swept llie Uiunpden-Sidney live off llu-it feet an,l ' completely outplayed them in a fust, Interesting gums on the Howitters' Floor, Inn! Wednesday night, The gsyue started elf as though it WOUld be a clime one, Inn ; the Spiders' superiority in team play ; noon brought them ahead, and they eon- laiue.l in inerinse their lend until llie finish, The triumph was a divisive 000, lor al no lime during the last forty minutes ol play did the Caruet and dry liiieiiien iii overhaul the Spider live. The passing of the visit.irn, al times, WSS good, but, on the whole, it wiih very I c Hurt, the diminutive forward for the losers, pin-, eil a g I, offeil il '" game. One of bis shots from the middle of Ihe Hour patted llir.nigli the lin.-lo I without touching the rim. and il brouglil Hie crowd to I heir fe...

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Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
BRIGANDS KIDNAP BOLD BATTEN. STUDENT BODY AND FACULTY ENGAGE IN MIDNIGHT SEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

BRIGANDS KIDNAP BOLD BATTEN.

STUDENT BODY AND FACULTY ENGAGE IN MIDNIGHT SEARCH.

Caleb Hat ten, a special UtUtkjnl of | Hichmond College, was lured from his peaoaftd studs late Thureday evening ol hint week, and kidnapped by 0 hand calling themselves "The Mysterious Five." Under the able leadership of J ./■ Wicker, Jr., the student bods 1 made nil extensive search, to no avail. Itl-'.i'KlVKsi TIIHK.ATKMMI I,Ml'I 1,11. In the afternoon <>f that unfortunate day the intended victim received a short note, written lO the vernacular of that gruesomely mysterious organisation, wherein he was dared forth, at midnight, to meet them down by the power I lo answer for several uncomplimentary remarks paid by him to one of the bri-

guilds, being a naturally roiuagcous youth, I "egged on" !>> « utimber ol his friends., he resolvod to meet them, noeluraiilly, nl then rtndetVOUl, So. Its Ihe dock struck Ihe ghostly bunt' of midnight, lie sallied OUt. .1. ,1. Wicker, Don...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON JOYFULLY CELEBRATES 22d. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

WESTHAMPTON JOYFULLY CELEBRATES 22d.

All WcHthumptmi feels greatly in- delileil to "(lenrge." Not only for his "magnanimity," which Mr. EUoe told thorn of, and his service In the e.umtry. but fur being so great that Dean Keller wished him i" OS oelebrated by a holiday and ol her festivities out of Hie ordinary, Wkstiiamiton Has Holiday. Alter II o'clock mi (lie balmy day of ihe 22d nf February no olaatet past at Wc-tliampton. All of the Students wont over to the aiiilitiiriutn, and listened, for a ni., t benefieijil hour, about fieorgc Washington, and heard many things that, they had never heard before. As to the eherrv-trre business, there wasn't 6V_ an allusion minle ( ,11 ii ,i; Dins tut at (bill) P. M, Then Miss Eggloston fell, she would like tn participate and help out Hie

festivities hi having a "uourisbcr" al 0 P. M,. wbich was a "courser" indeed, ami .-till brought George hi mind by cherry pies forming one oi the numbers onthemsttu, lti:.u. Fi-'.\'ri til, Q> '...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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INTERSCHOLASTIC DECLAMATION CONTEST. NEWPORT NEWS HIGH SCHOOL, REPRESENTED BIT MALCOLM BROWN, WINS MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

INTERSCHOLASTIC DECLAMATION CONTEST.

NEWPORT NEWS HIGH SCHOOL, REPRESENTED BIT MALCOLM BROWN, WINS MEDAL.

liner years ago l>r. W, A Mont- gomery, of the Chair oi Latin, conceived the idea of an [nteraoholastle Declama- tion < 'ontcsl, in be belli yearb , under (be auspices of Richmond i The third annual contest was held in the auditorium on Saturday evening last. Eleven young orators, representing as many schools, Were present to compete for the beautiful medal offered by the College, In the presence of B large ailiiiciiee, who had come from several parts of the State, the young speakers delivered their deck tions with much credit and honor In themselves and to their respective schools. We give below the program: l. "Death of Benedict Arnold." llil- ilnip Tinalay, Botetourt High School. '2. "Education in the South," C. 1". Tnhlcr, fork Union Military Academy 3 "America's Duly t.. Resist," Alfred Early, Staunton High School, t. " King Henry of Navarre," Lee Ford, Jo...

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Dr. McDANIEL SPEAKS TO THE Y. M. C. A. TOM FARMER SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

Dr. McDANIEL SPEAKS TO THE Y. M. C. A.

TOM FARMER SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY NIGHT.

Those who attended the Y. M. C. A. meeting last Thursday evening heard a must helpful talk by Dr. M,' Daniel Hi* subject was ".\ Young Man ami lbs Religion." Dr. McDnniel took the atti- tude tbAI every mini lias sonic religion, linos be must believe something. One's holiof has a large—perhaps v controlling— Influence on one's actions, Our religion Sffeota our College life ami one life work, us well as our life niter death. There- fore, we, as College men, should see to il that our religion is :i good one. the right one, so that our life may not, be a .lis- iippointnient In ourselves ami our friends. The fifty-seven fellows who heard him speak will agree that they were materially helped by his address. Tins week we will have with US Tom Parmer, and have asked Uuw to give lu'b life story. Mr. Farmer hat lueu invited at the reqUMt of a large number of stu- dents, so we hope to hnve n. large audi...

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CO-ORDINATE DRAMATICS WHAT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

CO-ORDINATE DRAMATICS WHAT?

11, looks like our Drama lie Club has hail a muthjOOlO existence. Its career reminds one of the German army, which went ho brilliantly into war sweeping the BOUBtriot eyes ahead seeing visions and now!!! Hui ihe comparison is bad in this regard ihe (lermans ore scrap- ping like Zulus, with the lenneity of bull- dogs and the stubbornness of a Missouri inuic The Dramatic Club had about v urn, ii light as ii Belgian hare as much tenacity as a spring pullet, and the stub- bornness of a ben-pocked husband, Oh, yes, oodles and oodles of young Mails- Holds joined Ami that's all (he oodles did. The scheme of real drama per- forming was tried, and lliinked out like Napoleon's Waterloo. Then the Pratl dent appointed a committee to ohooso a good pretentious drama, ibni rehearsals might begin, and the siiine coiuinitlee lost its Identity in the pursuil of other duties. So there we stand tolled again! The Chi Kpsilun Literary Society of \\ i niainplou also endea...

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APPRECIATION OF "COLLEGIAN" FROM ALUMNI. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

APPRECIATION OF "COLLEGIAN" FROM ALUMNI.

Aii alumnus from Cleveland, Ohio, Writes! "I certainly enjoy the College weekly; il is a great little sheet! I see llie Dartmouth paper Hiinii'tinie-i, and Tin: Com.kuian is just as good and newsy, and at well set up, nnd, judging from the editorials, is conducted along ihe same lines as Dartmouth's Con- gratulation! to the editors." Another alumnus, non across the Atlantic, writes Hial be enjoys Tin: CoM*ntAft's visit very much, and re- Kind-, it BIS line little college weekly.

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DR. ECKENRODE DELIVERS ADDRESS ON TREATY OF GHENT. One Hundredth Anniversary of Peace Between England and America. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

DR. ECKENRODE DELIVERS ADDRESS ON TREATY OF GHENT.

One Hundredth Anniversary of Peace Between England and America.

,\l Ihe chapel period mi Wednesday, I'Yl.ruary 17th, Or, 11. .1. Kidtcnrode, of the Department of Eoonomlot, delivered n very inlercHlmg and inslructive nildie-s on llie "One llun.bedlh Aniiiversnry of Peace llelueeii bnghind and Anieriea." The speaker first gave a sketch of the work of a conference, of which he wan a member, held in Richmond in IdbJ, to srrange lor » celebration of the signing nf the Treaty of Chen!, In ISM. On iici'oiuil o( various eompliriilioiis which have arisen linos that time, thi entire plans of Ihe conference weie iiluindoned. Then he gave Ihe causes of the war winch wus Ibe reason for Ihe unity, The two outstanding causes were iin- prcssiiient of American sailors and the right nl iiearcbiiig American ships, looking for contraband of war. The Russian C/.«r, an idly nf kaigland, Sought to end the war, and Offered each party his servi...

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DR. RICE MAKES MEMORIAL ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

DR. RICE MAKES MEMORIAL ADDRESS.

A special service was held in the audi- torium on Monday, February SStd, In celebration ol this day, Dr. Idee, of the Union Theological Seminary, spoke on '■'Ihe Life nf Washington." It has been the custom Df the Faculty so give a part of certain days in each year ns v memorial service in honor of great men in history. Prominent streakers are Invited to make addresses in appreciation of the man whose birthday wo are celebrating, The service Monday was no exception to Hie

rule, Dr, Rice has made a ipefltfll viudv of the life of our first President. The speaker, in n pleasing iin.l altiue- live style, gave n running sketch of Washington's life, lie showed how iiu- purlanl was the boyhood of the man, how here he laid llie foundation for lv's future greatness. He earned his au- dience with him tbXOUgh the crises of the great man's aareer, He pointed out how great the niiui was hi time nl defeat, and how great under harsh criticism. In conclus...

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DEAN METCALF APPOINTS HOUSE COMMITTEE. Men Will Oversee Different Sections. Good Order Guaranteed. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

DEAN METCALF APPOINTS HOUSE COMMITTEE.

Men Will Oversee Different Sections. Good Order Guaranteed.

The Dean him made a number of ap- polnliwiil* to the Various House Com- mit toes, Three men will represent each of (he various seel ions, with the exception of c, Dormitory % which will have more representatives. Almost nil the committee-men are "old men" of the College It will be iheu duly l( - operate with Mr, Cnldsby in seeing Unit the halls and rooms are kept in d ml order; thai there is no useless noise in the section, which might interfere wiih concentration on work, and thai each College man Sets like a gentleman. Tins method in sure to obtain the best, of results. It places a local governing [lower over the men. It will tend to keep a closer watch over property, disarming the thieves, whoever they may be, who have stolen several dollars from College men tbil year, Htill the enniinittoo-mon nro not "dotnatives." Thnt idea should be demolished I'he committees are simp...

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NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

NEWS ITEMS.

A. ,1. Hiisho spent Sunday with his uncle in Petersburg, 10. C Hoover spent Sunday with rela- tives at Ntutnpf's Hotel. Charley Lambeth, of Norfolk, visited Wiley Wood Sunday night. Mrs. lOugene Hingham had us her guest on Friday evening Miss Marian Uyland Tho preliminaries of the Mv Sigma Itho will he held on Tuesday, lo choose the inter-society debaters. Mr. Richard Clements, of West Point, Was the guett of "Skinny" Hroaddtis and Oleic Cnrr on Sunday. Mr. 0. A. York, a student of Hnn- dolph-MaOOn College, was a guest of J, 11. Qorber the first of tho week. We are exceedingly glad to see Knl.i out again. He has been Hick sonic lime, and not a little hit wore wo glad to see his genial, jovial face on the campus. "Little Tip" Saunders was visiting on the campus Saturday, and remained over for (he dechimnlion coolest that evening. Professors C R. Crottland, of fork Union Academy; Russell Wing/ield, '11, of Chatham Training School, and Pretty- man, of Alexandria High ...

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WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY.

(1. T. Terrell pleached at Carmel Church, Caroline,' county. X W. Peyton Idled hi- apiiomlmeiits at Tomahawk and Central Churches, ('he-icrlitdd COUniy K. N. Northern lllled Ins appointment al Liberty, New Kent county. If. W. Connelly supplied al Dendron I. I, Mitchell supplied at Kino Creel, Powhatan county, b. H. Taylor supplied at, Wiikelield. A. .). Goodman idled Us appointment at Iteidville, SUMM Courthouse. w 11. Barlovi supplied for d. H, Parker al Effort chinch, I'iuvenna county. W. 11. Hrannoek, from Ridge and Deep Hun Churches, otabouged pulpits wiih 8. ('. Owen al ('rcwe, K. ,l. Wright lillcii lus appointment at New Bridge, ('. 0, Johnson Hni|.phed for w. w. lOdwardsnt. Anlhocb, Sussex ciauity It. I„ Hi'oisuni Idled bis appoint inent nt Windsor flhudeß, Now Kent county f C. ChccMiaiii preached al the Mtntn I i m Sunday afternoon. 11. D Anderson preached «t the Soldiers' Home.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN Tho Richmond College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2. IdHTORIAL HOARD. .!, A. ( AKTI'.'K, - - KmiiaiiNl'aa.i- K.TIJ.I.K KEMPER, | | V 'ii%\'ti!i';Y AM ' Assomats Bwwas, 'iiav'h KA'li'KltKIKl.I).I MAKACKMKNX. Kill >.'ll Mll.UMlsiat, - I'.OKINHBB MANAOMI. MABOAWtT JAMBS, J PW HlKl'' 1 ' Abb't BUS, Manaokuh. |{. 1,.' ItUKfi't'l.NM, ) All business mutton kliciulU bo iidiircußcit to the BusfneKa Miuiniior. All oilier matter* should cotno to llio Kdttor-tn-Chlel. We Hliiill bo (ilf/iaoj to liandlo any ■ ludeutß' communicnliniiß with duo consideration. All unslgnoil correspondence will not bo published. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26,1415.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

C. LUMSDEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers lo the Southern People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. College and Fraternity Modals and Jewelry, Ecclesiastical Wiiiie.. and Bronze Tublota WEDDINQ AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS' C. Lumsden & Son, Inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, 731 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Wlti'i ii Silver nnd Gold is Honostly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing. PYLE Established 1800. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET. I Suits, Overcoats, Pants.FancyVests, | Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. ATTEND Spjiil il*! Elurcl Franklin and Adams Sts. Worshipful Service I Inspiring Music! Helpful Message! Warm Welcome 1 Business Men's Bible Class, 9:30 A. N. Taught by Dean Metcalf.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 February 1915

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

Vol. I.

RICHMOND COLLEGE AND WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1015.

No. 12

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YELLOW JACKETS SWAMP SPIDERS. CRUCIAL GAME GOES TO RIVALS BY SCORE OF 33 TO 17. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

YELLOW JACKETS SWAMP SPIDERS.

CRUCIAL GAME GOES TO RIVALS BY SCORE OF 33 TO 17.

By virtue of a wonderful spurt in the elating minutes of tlic last half, Randolph- Macon downed the Hichmond College bas- ket-ball quintette .Saturday night in the last home game of the WMOfti I'Yom ball to hell tlie game was intensely interesting. Accurate shooting from all points of the floor, coupled together with a good punning game, gnvo the Yellow Jackets the victory mid tliu championship. Lack of team work and random shooting caused the downfall of the Spiders. both teams engaged in rough tactics to a marked extent, but this was excusable, In the faco of the fact that the contest wan bo fast, roughness became an essential ingredient. Large Cnown WiTNussts Contkbt. A mammoth crowd witnessed the contest. The balconies creaked with their weight of squirming humanity. Down-stairs, on tho skirts of I he playing floor, the crowd was packed five deep, from the. wall to tho painted lines. Alum...

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