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MISS McKENNY ADDRESSES WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE. PURPOSE OF WOMAN'S OCCUPATIONAL BUREAU HER SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

MISS McKENNY ADDRESSES WESTHAMPTON COL- LEGE.

PURPOSE OF WOMAN'S OCCUPA- TIONAL BUREAU HER SUBJECT.

At the same timo that Westhiunptoti College enme into existence there also came into being in Richmond another helpful woman's organization—the Wo- man's Occupational Bureau. Last Thursday, at. chapel period, Miss Virginia McKeuny gave a most instruc- tive talk to tho students of Westhampton concerning the purpose of the Bureau— namely, that of acting as agent in securing positions for girls and women, other than academic teaching. She brought to their attention the many other fields of work open to the college woman, other than teaching, and the demand all over America for tho eolloge woman In tho business world, an well as in the social. The Bureau's headquarters for the present are at the Y. W. C. A., north fifth street, and Miss McKenuy has kindly offered her services in Behalf of any Westhampton student who is on tho lookout for a position.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DETAILED ACCOUNT OF GLEE CLUB TRIP. Warblers and String-Pluckers Royally Welcomed and Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

DETAILED ACCOUNT OF GLEE CLUB TRIP.

Warblers and String-Pluckers Royally Welcomed and Entertained.

Notwithstanding the fact that the trip , was treated in last week's issue of this > paper, it seems fit that more be said , In this. Last, week stress was laid on tho , program; this week we shall speak of the ciitciiiiimnciit offered by the various hosts and hostesses in the several concert stations. At Hotel in Farmvillk. The boys wore not "farmed out" in Karinvillc, though the city's name may signify such. They put up nt the hotel. The Normal School officials acre kind enough to allow some of tho club men to chat with the girls in the parlors that afternoon. Tho whole school was eagerly anticipating (ho concert. It was learned that, through the mllucneo of I'Yauk O'Neil, and the insistence of Manager Johnson, our Club won il« engagement then over the Wash- ington and I,cc Club. The concert it-elf was true to Richmond College form. The critics said it. surpassed the pe...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
TOM FARMER AT Y. M. C. A. Election of Officers Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

TOM FARMER AT Y. M. C. A.

Election of Officers Next Week.

At tho request of several students, the Program Committee of the Y. M. C. A. invited Tom Farmer, the reformed train- robber and snfe-breaker, to speak at our Thursday evening meeting. Despite the fact that many were unable to bo on time, because of the Bandolph-Maeon debate, which came at 8:15 o'clock the same evening, about 11)6 men were out to hear him, Mr, Farmer told many of tho interesting experiences of his life, the fate of his "old pards," etc., and then pointed out how he had been able to influence others into a better life since ho himself had become a follower of Jcaus Christ. Then he asked his hearers what might not they do, with their opportu- nities, if they would but dedicate their lives to Him in whom is represented all that is highest, if one who had sunk to such depths as himself could do tho work he is doing. After the meeting many of the boy-

gathered around Mr. Farmer, and talked for som...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SPIDER DEBATERS SEIZE VICTORY FROM RANDOLPH-MACON. QUESTION OF MINIMUM WAGE LAW IN UNITED STATES DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

SPIDER DEBATERS SEIZE VICTORY FROM RAN- DOLPH-MACON.

QUESTION OF MINIMUM WAGE LAW IN UNITED STATES DISCUSSED.

The question of whether the United States should adopt B minimum wage low Ikis been decided tlmt il| so far as lUhdolph-Mnoon and Richmond Col- leges are concerned -for on ThUTtday evening was held the annuo) debute between these two close but friendly rivals. Rapdalph-Macoa, who hod the affirmative aldo of the quettion, wae represented by w. 11. Truett and J, it. Beuttdert, while the cause of tho Red. and Blue WHO ably taken care, of by K. jK. Gardnerand D.N, Sutton. Kminknt ,li'ih,i:s Dkcide in Favor of Nl.c:.\Tl\ R, The judges Speaker < 'ox, of the General Assembly; 0. ,1. Sands, the President of tho American National Bank, and tho Hey. |)r Fair rendered a decision in favor of the negatives. Q, V Peyton,of lli'-lnooml College, use. the presiding olfieer. The result of the debate Ij in ai 'd with R precedent of four years duration. It w Ito he the lot of the...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
TRACK MEN MUST LIMBER UP. SOME BIG MEETS TO BE PULLED OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

TRACK MEN MUST LIM- BER UP.

SOME BIG MEETS TO BE PULLED OFF.

With the first out-door track meet—a dual meet with V. P. l.nt Black.sburg, a iit lie mmc than B month otT— every man who is going out for track should be in his togs every afternoon, "limbering 'cm up," As for material, this year's team must have (|uanlity U Wellß»quality, and this nMOBt you. If you can run, 000)6 out, and do the best, joii can for your class in tho hii< class meet thai will be held in the stadium about the middle of March. If yon can't run, got on the wagon, and enter this meet for the spirit, of the thing, An effort «ill be made to secure prizes for the winners of the various events. It Es going to be a big dny on the day of the meet. This is the first (loss meet in tho hisfory of the school, and it is to ho hoped that this custom, which is followed by all the schools in the North, will be adopted hero at Richmond College for all time, "Dyke" Meves.ild, captain of the track team, is in le...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SOME SCRAP, WASN'T IT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

SOME SCRAP, WASN'T IT?

Weil m lii the championship, but that last game was some scran, wasn't it? Let iin be honest, and say that the Yellow Jacket! hud a " scorcher" of a le.-iin; thai i boir pin ilng woaswifl and true, Slid their liml.it eves gOOtl. It is true, of ne, thai our boyg were not in the best of form, for they did not play U well PI heretofore. But, here is the question— did they li|.'.hl with oil Ihiir ulrenglh T And the answer they did. And we "rooters" foUght, 100. We were noisy and courageous until the last minute, Like the team on the floor, we hud the bull-dill; Insistence, And we lost, Well, they lay one musl bite into some bitter now and then to better appreciate the sweet. There are numerous whirlpools ami hidden rooks In progress creek, vim know, ami, mice in a while, our canoe la Jerked bark. But, with a strong our arm, we ww) pub no and away It'snol did we lost ( "ie, tup dvi we fifh o. Success, i: M'eniH, i us done; It' the dead we've I and admired for...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SUGGEST IT IS NECESSARY! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

SUGGEST IT IS NECESSARY!

We wiuit suggestions from the student body. A paper that contains the ideas of only a few men in College is not at all satisfactory, You must tell us your opinions We will not think you intor- ine,ldling when you do so. This is tho only way to have a firsf-elims weekly at your Collage; the only way to make tho paper thoroughly representative; the one way to make the paper pleasing to the largest number, VVe have been highly gratified this past week to receive several suggestions, Sonic of them aro well worth while. We only wish they had ciinic earlier, Are you not, well aware that the edi- torial .stall caiuuil possibly know nil the news, jokes, etc., of tho College com- munity? There are only a few students who weekly hand us news items. Do not lie afraid (hat you will be accused of "railroading" your name into Turn Coi.lkoun You voted to have a weekly paper. You elected your managing board. Now give them something to manage. This iH your part of Tub ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUBS EXPRESS APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUBS EXPRESS APPRECIATION.

111 the pagel of I'lll'. Collegian the Glee and Mandolin Clubs desire to express their appreciation to all who have co-operateil with them, both in prepara- tion for ami in carrying out the animal program, First, they want to thank the various hosts end hoStOKM of the trip. Not one day passed that could he called dull ami uninteresting. Into all the girls' schools the Richmond College men wore cordially welcomed. This was followed up with entertainment fit for a prince, There was congeniality everywhere, When the hoys were "funned out" tho people at whose homes (hoy stopped gave them the best in the (hop. Tho best expression to suit the idea is that every house visited immediately been i home for tho visitors- nil the folks homo-folks. The hospitality and kind- ness destroyed that tnivel-tired feeling; the quietude of homo life relieved (lie nerve tension; the abundance of good nourishing food rejuvenated the light- instinct necess...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DR. HARRIS CONDUCTS VESPER SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

DR. HARRIS CONDUCTS VESPER SERVICES.

Violin Solos by Mrs. Hequembourg.

Despite tho inviting weather and good roads for long walks, quite a goodly number Of the students and an unusually large crowd of our friends from the city attended vesper services Sunday after- noon. Dr. VV. A, Harris, taking the forty- second Psalm and the fourth Hcutitude as a basis, made one of the most impressivo talks we have heard in n long time. Dr. Harris makes no display of oratory, but, in his gentle, mild, and impressive man- ner, mudo an appeal for " Personal Right- eousness," which his hearers cannot soon forgot. During his remarks ho made reference to tho oft-repeatod assertion that Chris- tianity has failed in its purpose in the world. And ho clearly showed that the great fundamentals are as firm to-day as

when given by the Croat Teacher, and the grout need is for personal righteous- ness, The fliorus choir, with Professor Olm- sted pianist, add a great deal to the ser- vices, an...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
TIME TO LEAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

TIME TO LEAVE.

There is one habit being formed in our College community that is more werious than many of us realize. When we mention it you may laugh. Well, get the muscles in your face ready; hero it eoniOß. On receiving nights at West- hampton College, when the boll rings, it means that leaving time has come, and it commands tho visitors to {untie. Now, if these visitors are Richmond College men, let them get the muscles in their faces ready for a serious talk. If you do not think the bell is an intelligible language, perhaps you would prefer to have a chaperon eouio and command you to leave at onco, Is this true? Would it be entirely pleasant to you, or to the ehuporon? However this may bo, when the boll rings at 11 o'clock, it means that 11 o'clock, and not 11:15 or 11:20, is tho leaving time, Now, il you do not leave i who is concerned? Is your pleasure tho only thing conn-mod? Here is the situation. Wftuthampton College is not a play-house, end its rul*s must bo '..,.'....

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
HIP-POCKET ESSAY. "PROGRESSIVE." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

HIP-POCKET ESSAY.

"PROGRESSIVE."

Add Aide. Progressive signifies a tendency to go forward, though, like women and mules, one cannot always tell in which direction it will roally move. It is also the assumed name of Theodore Roosevelt, and, there- fore, automatically, one of tho character- istics of the Damocratic party. One may say a rapidly-moving street-car is progressive, and also that Mr. John Johnson is, too, although ho sits quietly at homo and roads "Social and Civic Up- lift" in tho church bulletin: Tho Pro- gressive Party failed to p'ogress, but it is still progressive. The liquor business is a progressive one, according to the

blue ribbon papers, but, not so after the white ribbon sheet. Mr. H sits at homo, in Punk street, working on his "Redemption of the World," and forgets to baths foi a mouth —a truly progressive man. A progressive city is one in which asphalt streets are dug up after they are bud, to pui in water mains. Arithmetic progressions often ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westhauniton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, In Advance. Siiißle Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOAW). J. A. OARTEK, - ■ - KniTon-iN-CiiiKi.- W^ffiMw?'! Ass'Tli:niT,.n B -,N.C11.«. EBTBLI t: KKMiTH, 7'[?.' WILJMr "' Associate Editobs. 'iiavk :-,a l Vi'mr ii:i.i■, MANAGEMENT. IIiHIKK Nll.t.lllSKlt, - BUUMSSJ ManaiiKH. MAHQARBT JAMBS,) p W FORI?' Abb't lies. Manaoeus. B. h. nURKITSS, I All lm»lnesii m«tler« ifioulil he iddremed to the Husini-is MniiMiT. All'iili'-i milters nhuulil come tv (lie Kililor-ln-Ctllel. We ulinll lie pleased In handle any elwdtnti' coraniiniiciiiiniiH with dm l censidrratinn, All nasi|uid corriipondinci win n«t i>» nubttaiu-d. FRIDAY, MARCH S, 1915.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

NEWS ITEMS.

Misacs Sallie and Uevn Camp were tho guests of Miss Elisabeth Camp for n few days this week. David l'aul, a Maury High School graduate of 'M, visited Wiley Wood last Sunday. Thq Music Department of Westhump- ton College will give a concert Monday evening, March Bth, in the College audi- torium. The concert begins at 8 o'clock, and the public is invited. Miss lleulah Nock, a Maryland girl of ltichniond Woman's College, who has boon olocled sponsor of the Maryland Club, gave this Club a reception at her college last week, There we.ro present cloven Maryland beys and four visiting Virginians. Theso were matched off by fifteen of the Woman's College girls. Music, games, and refreshments were tho issues. Every one had a most delightful time

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
RETIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

RETIRED.

Among the Monday morning culprits haled before a Richmond police magis- trate was a darkey with no visible means of support. "What occupation have you hero in Richmond?" asked his Honor, "Well, Jedge," said the darkey, "I ain't doin' much r.t present—just circu- lating 'roun', guh." ill-- Honor turned to tho clerk of the court, and said, "Please enter the fact that this gentleman hna retired from cir- culation for sixty daya."--Green Bag. Bagliy (on train): "I've got tho hay fever; believe I'll get off and got a pitch- fork."

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRIN POT.

Hubbard, in debate, noticing some of his hearers smiling at a statement of his: "Now, gentlemen, don't think 1 believe what I have just said." —o — Mr. Handy, discussing methods of writing: "Now somo of you write your subject at tho top of the page, and then make a dash nftor it." —o— Miss Ilcaron, in History I,: "Do you know how the bubonic plague is said to be spread?" Silence. Miss Ilcaron: "By rats." Horrified Class: "Why-— MissHearonl" —o— Mr. deGoer, in French I.: " 'La moutro' means 'the watch.' What does Ma moutro dor mean?" Irene Stiff (eagerly): "The watch-dog." —o — O'Neil: "They put shock-absorbers on automobiles to ward off spring fever." —o — Clark (on train): "Don't bother that engineer; he's rtly 'esteemed' friend." —o—• Millhiser (in drug-store): "1 believe they call this a sundae." Leslie (drinking a dope): "From the tasto of Hub, I should call it a week- day." —o— Hriotstein: "I'll knock your eyes out." Kennedy: "Then 1 can't ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON "MESSENGER" STAFF ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

WESTHAMPTON "MESSENGER" STAFF ELECTED.

At tlm regular meeting of the literary Society of Westhampton College the election of the IB 15 -'10 Metecnger staff took place, and resulted as follows: Editor, Margaret James; Business Manager, Fredia Diets.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

m BALMACAANS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE WATER-PROOF. Many Styles and Shades to select from. Prices from $5.00 up • We also carry the best line of Raincoats in the city, from $3.75 up. See us before going elsewhere. Goodyear Raincoat Co., 221 E. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. FULTON BRICK WORKS, MANUFACTURERS OF BTTXXjIDir&TG- MATERIAL AND BUILDING CONTRACTORS. OUR SPECIALTIES Sand Pace Re-Pressed Brick, Colonial Brick, Red Stretchers, Fire Brick, (Hazed Headers, Hire Clay, Terra Cotta Partitions, Paving Itrlck, Sewer Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Sewer and Brain Pipe, Terrs Cotta Hue Lining. The only Brick Plant In the South equipped to furnish any quantity of common Building Brick on short notice, VyMi Jf. l-»A.Hr»*li»l-l. I'rnprlutor. ixitni.iHiiin in R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., IMPORTER* AND DBAI.BRS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Curers of " Virginia Peanut" Hams and Bacon. 814, 816, and 818 EAST MAIN STREET, 4a HX^cA WO , RICHMOND. VA. J. W. Fergusson & Sons {{Emm Established 1845. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

C. LUMSDEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers to tlic Soathem People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass .Bronze, College mid Fraternity Medals and Jewelry, Ecclesiastical Wares, and Oronn Taltlets. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS. C. Lumtden & Son, Inc., Goldsmith! and Silversmiths, 731 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Whero Silver and Gold is Honostly Sold." French Cleaning:, Dyeing, and Pressing. PYLE I I lllll'i' lli'll 1880. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET. Suits, Overcoats, Pants.Fancy Vests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. ATTEND Seen! Baifi Ellnl Franklin and Adams Sts. Worshipful Service! Inspiring Music! Helpful Message! Warm Welcome I Business Men's Bible Class. 9.36 A. M. Taught by Dean Metcalf, FROM A FRIEND. ■■COOP FOR THE fSYEB^j ■ the s. GALESKI "Ticat co. ■ I M.ln*n4 . ... 32J Issb I | KlslUhSl. jSjWfcfc aroaiSlr^a iMßnmon <|ft§l|p ■■■■■ STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 March 1915

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

RICHMOND COLLEQJE AND WUSTII Ull'TnX COLLEGE, FRIDAY MARCH 12, 1015,

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No, 1.1

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