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LOSE LAST GAME. FINAL BASKET-BALL CONTEST TAKEN BY WILLIAM AND MARY. SCORE, 29 TO 27. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

LOSE LAST GAME.

FINAL BASKET-BALL CONTEST TAKEN BY WILLIAM AND MARY. SCORE, 29 TO 27.

la the hi"! Kiitne ol Hie season William and Mary's baakeHmll team tied Rloh- inoii.l College for i „ i place In thoraoa for the Eastern \ Irglnia Into <sollegißto Athi.ii.- Association bael ball oham- ptenahlip. Tbs game was played In Wil- liftmnbuu'g, ant) was «.'li attended, Prom Hi,- \e,'v atari the going wot fast, both taanU puttfand up ii I." I ekhlbltion of the winter :<|i;irl, ;in,l. Slttl lUSjfa IntST) 0 rivalry esistel bbtWeOfl the tWo quints, umiil nature and clean sportsmanship rolgne I supreme. ' "COWS BACK" l.irnx TOO l.vn, Il Mil, jil'i :, r ..... wi.c'e Hie ..11l Spider "coins back" cams i Uttlss too hue Beginning the Ri I hall with » whirlwind attack, tho woarera of the Orang id Black iwopl the Spiders off their fee*, and when the ioor« ioi inlssloc between the halvss, the wore Stood William ami Mm'), ..'): Ifii'liiiioiul ('nil,'!...', ;. This m.i- Indeed a poor h...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
BIG CLASS MEET THE 27th. FOOT-FLINGERS IN PREPARATION NUMBER OF NEW MEN OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

BIG CLASS MEET THE 27th.

FOOT-FLINGERS IN PREPARATION NUMBER OF NEW MEN OUT.

Mumiav afternoon hw the Brsl of the knights of the spiks l thus in thait togs. A)...i,i thirty ftvs met) reporte I. Pros* i is are ew Itogly brlgbl for one of the bes| track teams in the hit lory ol the school. From ao? on, to- a couple of wecl.s et owre, the weather will b - iieitlel; rains and sold ipells will not be infrequent, Bui evorj map muel bear in mimi the importance of getting Into shape as early as possible' for, with the much-heralded class meet on the 27th of thi. month, and the dual mccl with j Virginia Polytechnic Institute one week i Utter, -April Sd, II Is ne . thai bard work, and a plenty ol It, will be the order of the <hiy. w.hcr Durham, who has been chosen lo load the destinies of the track team, is in good shape. II was at first thought thai "Durry" would be unable to top He Hml in I sol.i lime form, from the Injury I n i I Oil the gridiron lael fall; but, nlc i ipokm t...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR SPEAK AT ALUMNI BANQUET. Stern Elected President of the Association. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

CANDIDATES FOR GOVERNOR SPEAK AT ALUMNI BANQUET.

Stern Elected President of the Association.

The Alumni \ ioelatiqn ol Richmond College held Ite annual banquet ttt the I'lihu Room ol the Jefferson Kiitel, A lallghtful sevon-oourse.«up))W was servn l. iftar whi-ii atter-dlnnor s| bos were on le by i teuten*nt*Govoroor ijiynii, Miuriieyticu'inirolhu'l, President Boat* (rright, and others when the talks acre Ih.i-hc I the .Wirialimi lie!.! ItS uinuel election of officers, BaHQUBT Ifoo.M \Vi:l.t. l>i:nillvn:i>. The Palm Room was erfrjutaltely deco* rule lin fern., rOSfl , I carnations. \hove and on oltber side of each of the ! tig doors were draped vine branohae, uiili leaves Mtaobed, The chandeliers ttare festooned with ferns and rases, and each table w.i isal withe rase of rosebuds and pllik carnations, it being v strictly Informal "feel" the guests appeared in various krnds bJ garb, from full tire i to busineei olothee, The alumni bad on ii,e i guestt tr College the...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE RICHMOND COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE RICHMOND COLLEGE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.

The following amendments to the Con- nl the l,v ,„l College AH.

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METHOD OF NOMINATING CANDIDATES FOR OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

METHOD OF NOMINATING CANDIDATES FOR OFFICERS.

No student al RJchi id College ihfllll he a candidate for any ofliee within *c I gift of ihe Richmond College Atblello \ ... aalion lllilrss he bai (i Hnplil'il wit.ll I the followingi Allllcl.K 1. I Any slinlenl wishing In he a nmcliilate for Office ill the Athletic Ass,i,aiii,i,i must hand in his minir in writing, i,i,..l by the signatures pi two other I members of the Association, to Iheßeere* jtury of the Association, at toast ten days before the election forsook offloe Annua.: 11. I Ton day* liefnro any election is liel.l.

i the Secretary of the Athletic Association ihall posl on the College Bulletin Board s complete lis! of nil those who have hnnded their mimes in _candidates, as prescribed abVVS in Article I. Ahiiii.i. 11l All students win, eoropb with the pro- vi- line, nf Ailiele I. of this mnemlmenl shall bi nstowed candidates for the office Involved, All 111 IK l\ . No studsnl win. is not a regular meny ber of the ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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METHOD OF ELECTING OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

METHOD OF ELECTING OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION.

ARTICLE I. Printed and numbered ballots, of a

suitable form, upprove.l lc, I be Kxeciilivr Committee, sliall be prepared, under the direction of the fleoretwy ol the Assoeia* tion, in siiiiicieni, quantity for each college session Aiiriri.i'. 11. tine hallnl shall be furnished by Ihe r-ecrelary of the Association to each member of the Association, and the number of each ballot recorded opposite each respective name, in a special book lo be provided and kept by the Secretary of Ihe Association M hereinafter provided, AllTlru. 11l (hi the of each month, when an election of an officer or officers of the I "lit i. >n is lo be held, Ike marked ballot of each member of the Association is lo he received and registered in a special ehiss-niom sol Apart in the \d- ministration Building by the Association Secretary for the purpose, beta t the hours of und , Ann. i.i. IV. The ,'-'c. it to iy of the Athletic Assoeia* tion, assisted ...

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PHILOLOGIANS DEFEAT MU SIGS. SECOND INTER-SOCIETY DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

PHILOLOGIANS DEFEAT MU SIGS.

SECOND INTER-SOCIETY DEBATE.

'I'll ""'I intei society debate of the year was held in Hie College liudltoriuin Friday evening, March sth, al Bi3fl Tlie question was, "JUtoteed, That, Hi vie,, of the preseal I urortean war Hie United Statei ihoul I untor on s sub> itantiol program lor Increasing Its army •mil nuvy." The affirmative Was uphold by the PMtaloglaris, i.')«rei'i,i,,i i,v Messrs, \\. II Barlow and VV. E I urhara, and th« lli"';llive l,v the Mil ,-'li!|n:l Hill.. I,'|:|V- -I I ',y ,\!e,-i. W, 8 i in. n mill I-. VY. I Mil!er. I'r.vi.ieiit p, V. Tuoker, qf lie Philo* logian Society, was the presiding officer of the evening, Aftorafea brief remark* rt irdirm the debate he Introduced j President D N . Sutton, of the Mv Sigma l!i„. Society, who tntrodueed tbe 8»1 inoaker of the evening, Mr Barlow. I Vice-Presidents Q, M. Psreival, ol tbe Mn Sigma RhoSociety, mi.) CM. Rauey, of the PhtlolpgUtpa, were time-keepers. U\iii.n\ i'iii.m.-i iii...

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BASE-BALL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED. NEW MATERIAL EXCELLENT. PROSPECTS BRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

BASE-BALL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED.

NEW MATERIAL EXCELLENT. PROSPECTS BRIGHT.

Reae-baU, the king of out-door scoria, is villi Us again, The firsi thing you lask! What are the prospects? Working ' the thing mv from it standpoint oi what | But when we look back on the ilisaslroiis iit i .-I. ..f la-i year, when the press re- porters all doped ..nt a winning oomblna* I lion by reason of n big league catcher, 11 | couple of world-beaters, and a whole string I of lesser li«hls, aid see how things turned I out. yon tin.l yourself shaking yuiir own I hand, and congratulating yourself thai. there are oo big leaguers and shining satellite*, I mn BverJ man, in the squad ol aboul thirty thai reported for practlee. Is reo ly to le.nn the gome i under, tic skilful tutorage ol Cos ih ' Dobson, That's ~ good -is.i. fallows. Of tl Id men bach m harm there are Captain Wiley, Anna-tow, ftpbini C ! Wicker, Robertson, and Lfegon;i Them » material is Tail, Crossley-, Cravens, M'll.oiirce, Rinon, M...

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TIME TO NAME SOME THINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

TIME TO NAME SOME THINGS.

Jl seems lo bo ihe general idea here that the various "dorms." and walks should be named. Very true, If one visits the ohlei Lieges In our land every tier will hove its own distinct appellation., Think of "Flirtation Walk," at West. Polntl Ihe various "Lover's Lanes," or "Rollins Fluid" Bl Missouri. Here WO hiivi " Dorm. 1.," " Administration Build* itiK," walk-froni-t he-dorms, -I o-ref sol ory, and so on. Sounds nicchanical—-"bush," as Coach would say. Hy all means, let's give a few names. Hut we must n't be 100 hasty. We might call the cinder path to Ihe slrcet-eai' lino "Hose Walk." Hill why? There are no rows there, sitcspt those sometimes from West* hnaiplou College. The name iniisl h.ni some significance. Let, the athletic field be named alter some beloved ahiimitis, pcibaps, and the walks after soniethinn that has happened there, Por Instanoo, call the load leading In the power-house "Kidnap Trail" or"Brigands' Retreat," after the famous Hal e...

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ADOPT THE "WICKER AMENDMENTS." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

ADOPT THE "WICKER AMENDMENTS."

Ilefore you read this editorial, carefully study the "Wicker Amendments" until you understand (licin. Then you will agree thai the amendments should be adopted, provisionally. Three facta stand out prominently In favor of them- it is more systematic than tho present method of nomination, discourages voting of un- qualified men, and the Bluffing of the ballot-box, The most tiresome afternoons have been these of elcclion days, when wo eat around down there in the auditorium, our No. Hi's parched up on the neat* buck before us, ami studies wailing us in our sanctums. Some of us did not go because " time could not bespared." Wei], all can spare the lime, but. some think the) can't, which means they don't, and there ye are. This has more system. It is a time and labor saving device Some of us who are not members of the Athletic Association have been casting voles for our favorites. Who knew Whether they were "moucher.i" or no? They will not. vote unde...

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TRACK AND BASKET-BALL TEAMS ELECT CAPTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

TRACK AND BASKET-BALL TEAMS ELECT CAPTAINS.

Saturday nfloniooii, after the 'Varsity picture was taken, tiie track and basket- bail teams (jot together, and unanimously chose Parry L, Mitchell to lend the mm bnsket-ball ipiint, ami Walter E, Durham In direct the destinies of the track team Mr. Mitchell, better known us just "Mitch," was prepared for college at Anoka lli|th School, Anoka, Minn. Under his leadership the baikot-bft)] live of iinti is wire to hea lighting aggregation, and in every way a fit, gU'.'Ceawr to ils worthy pindeeoxiior, Mr, Durham, bet tor known ns " Hurry," is from Appoiiu,„tox Courthouse, and was prepared for college at Appomattox Agricultural Institute. He is ii, hard, conscientious worker, and should lead tliiH year's truck loam to graAtOF tflory than any other leani has ever achieved. It is (lie sincere wish of Tin; Com.kijian that these Iwo men will be rewarded wiih the success they so richly deserve in all (heir athletic endeavor*.

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SOPHOMORES ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

SOPHOMORES ENTERTAINED.

Last, Saturday evening, from 8:110 Until 10180, the Sophomore Class was treated to a royal reception by President and Mrs, K. W. Honlwriglit. Mr. and Mrs. B, West. Tnbh very ably assisted in receiving (he guests, The mombors of the Faculty who were present were Professors Olmsted and Elder, and Doctors Powers, Norman, and (mines. Dean Keller and Miss Heale did the honors for the Westhampton members of the Faculty. That the occasion was keenly enjoyed by all need not be mentioned. When the young ladlM of Westhampton grace an occasion by thru' presence il could not be otherwise. The Bophotaore boys are indeed DO vnrial ion from this rule. Then, too, there wero served tho daintiest of dainty refreshment!!. Hence the class of 1017 took their leave, feeling very much appreciative of the enjoynble evening.

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JOHN GARLAND POLLARD AT VESPER SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

JOHN GARLAND POLLARD AT VESPER SERVICES.

One of the best services of the year was held In the College auditorium Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. John (inrhind Pollard, an alumnus of Itichmond College, now Attorney-General of Virginia, and "Governor that shall be," was the speaker of tho occasion. The Him. Mr. Pollard in a factor in the Christian work of Ihe State, us well ns in the affairs of govern- ment. His, speech was of a most practical nature, the thought being that Christ is needed In and is interested in all of tho affairs of mpn. In spitfl of the unlikely weather, a good crowd assembled to hear Mr. Pollard,

There were lull few visitors from tho city, but Wesllminpton and Ificlniiond Col- leges mre well represented* The speaker applied his address particularly 1.0 his audience, and stressed the need of I Ihrl I in the oollege man's and college woman's llfo, "is (Ihrlsl Interested vi your health? 1- He interested in your studies?" asked thj speaker; and then, beyon...

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WESTHAMPTON HAS Y. W. C. A. ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

WESTHAMPTON HAS Y. W. C. A. ROOM.

A eharntlng little sitting-room has been p>t«d up by the Y. \V. C, A. for the general use of all Westhiiinplon itudentl, It in furnished wiih delightfully cany wicker oheJre, a eonil'ortiilde couch,and oilier objects which are pleaehlg to hodily comfort and attractive to the eve. The draperies, of old rose and brown, add the liniahinir, touch to tin . cosy, restful place for the students.

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Y. M. C. A. ELECTS COBURN PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

Y. M. C. A. ELECTS COBURN PRESIDENT.

An interest inn and helpful program was given al, the \', M. (!. A. Inst week, when Messrs Terrell, 0, n. Bagby, mid 11. T. Clark discussed the problem of "Helping the {fallow that in Down." They discussed the question from several view-points, and pointed to ninny ways in which we, ns College students, could help our less fortunate fellow student. And isn't it true that we could oflon, when tve do not, give our neighbor n lift that will put him on his feel again, and, incidenlally, give ourselves 0 (inner foot- hold mi suiisiantini ground. After this the President called for the report of the nominating committee, who presented the following reoom* mendstion for officers for the ensuing year (ii might be mentioned thai the. V M. <'. A. year begins with Ihe opening of the spring term): President, John T. Coburn; \ me President, Walter K. Allen; Secretary, Claude C. Hnyd; Treasurer, William 11. Bagby | Secretary of Missions, Weston Itrist...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription. $1.00 Per Year, in Advance, Single Copies, S Cents. Office- Room D-4, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A, CAUTKIt, - ■ ■ KuiToii-iN-CinisK I'I.OItKNCK BOSTON, I AKnTEniTonB.iN.CiiiKF WKBTON BRIBTOW, I *es*siDr»oss«ia«wiis» KfvrKl.l.K KEMPER, 1 T'i!' : ' \''ii"i:y am ' AssocuTa ßorross. DAv'fl IsAT'l'i'ilU'-IKI.M. 1 MANAGEMKNT. RODBR UILLHIBER, - BusiHßN Manjkikii. MAIUIAIII'VI' JAMBS,] I' w i'oTk' Aub't BOS, MaKAOSSS, R. 1,.' BURROSS, J All biislni'sii Mi.ai, c ■ ii....,1.i tic i. .i.ii. .a lo Hie nuHliii'Hs Mniinuri Allotlior multei* should come lo (lio Eilllor-in-Clilel. W« shull be plcmcd to linndlo any students' comntiirijcrttJi„)fl will, doc cosisldrriition- Alt unnlgae.l ... ............ . will not be ~ii i.l ■■ 1,. -i. FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1015.

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DR. GAINES ADDRESSES MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

DR. GAINES ADDRESSES MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION.

An Interesting talk was given hy Dr. Games at Che regular meeting of the Ministerial Association. Dr. (laine.s had for his .subject "The True Moaning of the Kveiv-Meuil.cr Canvass. 11 Tho speaker pointed out thai the'chief benefit derived from the Kvciy-Moinbor COOVBSS was a spiritual one, and not one of linances. The tall Wee given from :i new angle, and was great 1} enjoyed by those present. The monthly paper VtU given by E. N Gardner, his subject being "The Relation of the Ministerial Student to His ColleßC." The plea of Ihe speaker eras fur a greater interest, in College activities among the ministerial students. Following the Suggestion of the leader, tho meeting was thrown open for general discussion. The discussion was one of the enjoyable (cutares of the. program,

We are ulnd lo lenni of the rapid im- provemenl of Mis* Mary Decker, who was Operated oo in St. Luke's Hospital on Tuesday for appendicitis.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

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NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

NEWS ITEMS.

W. E, Durham made a flying trip to Petersburg Monday to visit his sister. Dr. Hurl, of Itoaiioi.c, has I i visiting In heller, Wirier Hurl, on Ihe campus. Mm. iii'orge Greene, missionary to W.i. a, made a most interesting talk al the V. W, C. A. mooting Wednesday night, on some phases 6l life and work in thai ootjntrj Among the visitors of the week was Dr. Hull, of Texas Dr. Hall is a professor in Southwestern Seminary, und has spent some tune recently in visiting .'tome of tin' colleges and universities ol (Jaw South and Middle West, If. is Impel I hat the work on the athlciic held will be couiplclc.l by (lie latter pail of the week. The (rack isnbiiosl in shape. Monday the tWO dh mils were laid nlf, and ffOTk On the tennis courts is tO begin Immediately, A quartette, compose l of Tom Class, joe i.esiie, "lint" Johnson, and Nick Carter, entertained a largo crowd In the Siiiidav-school rooms of the Qraee-Street Baptist < lunch Monday night, with a number of "old...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915

C. LUMSDEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers to the Southern People,." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. College and Fraternity Medals and Jewolry, Ecclesiastical Wares, and Bronzo Tal>els WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS. C. Lumsdcn & Son. Inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, 731 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where Silver and Gold is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing. PYLE (■ t.ih'i■ ii..,i 1080. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET. Suits, Overcoats, Pants.FancyVests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. UaoiTriins School, CHATHAM, VA. A PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Offers three Scholarships in Richmond College. 1| Faculty of Richmond College men. Ii Twelve students now in Rich- mond College. CATALOGUE UPON REQUEST. T. RYLAND SANFORD. President.

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