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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 March 1915
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REAL WORK BEGUN ON DIAMOND TRACK. WEEDING-OUT PROCESS NOW OVER-NEW MEN SHOW UP WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
REAL WORK BEGUN ON DIAMOND TRACK.
WEEDING-OUT PROCESS NOW OVER-NEW MEN SHOW UP WELL.
Now that the Weeding out process is over, and tho real work is begun, it is gratifying to watch, every afternoon, tho progNM of the nine. The squad has been cut to about half its original pro- portions, anil there me about twenty -live men still out. Kvcry afternoon I hen- is 11 game between the "rookies' 1 and the regulars. They aro warm little contests, too, with first, one .side ami then the at her winners. It, is interesting to note, in addition to what Coach Dobson has dons to the ball tossom, the wonderful trans- formation of Stadilim Field. Two 11 in - UOndS have been laid nnd packed, a now np-to-dafu batting cage installed, and a complete line of track paraphernalia will bo in shortly, Kvery <\ny will find an improvement in both track and dia- mond. The showing of the base-ball squad has been uxtromoly gratifying to the Coach and the student body, 'fait, lllankeiiship, Milbour...
"BLUES" WIN GYMNASIUM CONTEST. DEFEAT THE "REDS," THEN GIVE THEM A FEAST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
"BLUES" WIN GYMNASIUM CONTEST.
DEFEAT THE "REDS," THEN GIVE THEM A FEAST.
bast Friday afternoon the gymnasium— otherwise known M the tower room at Weethampton whs the scene of much good-natured rivalry. Tho winter term of gymnasium was to be closed by a eontesl between Ihe " Rods" and "Dines," Misses K. Anderson nnd V. Smith being the respective leaders. The eonlesl consisted in marches, dumb-bell exercises, work on parallel bars, broad jumping, and games of various kinds. Hot It sides weir evenly matched, and the victory was won by tho "Blues" only by two and a half points, I'Viduy night the mvne for a good time was again laid in, Ihe tower room. niuN| ihe victorious "Bluet" gave a most enjoyable I'e.e.i 1,, lb. " beds." This ends ilc gymnasium work for this session. In Its plate then will be hurd- ling, vaulting, track work, mid other equally enjoyable sports. If, is hoped that all tho girls will come out and parti- cipaio in these exercises, which they will surely not...
SECOND RECITAL A GREAT SUCCESS. Westhampton College Music Department. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
SECOND RECITAL A GREAT SUCCESS.
Westhampton College Music Department.
Despite tho ccvero handicap imposed upon the players by tho miserable Instru- ment upon which they were forced to perform, the recital given .Monday, March Kth, by the Wcsthnmpton College Music Department was indeed a grout credit to the work done by the students. On the whole, the numbers displuycd an unusual amount of underHtnnding nnd sympathy, A general perception of pur- pose was cvidont in nearly every per- former, while some revealed attributes of the artist class. The iiiiilience vvn* not a large one, due, in great measure, to the fact that several other affairs of College interest divided the student body. Let it suffice that all wbo iliil not hear the recital missed a rare treat. Minn Willis deserves especial praise for her rendition of Chopin's Nocturne, Op, lI—No. 2. Her phrasing was good. and the intelligence with which she interpreted the composer was most un- usual. Miss Willis appears t...
LIGHTNING CLUB ORGANIZES BASE-BALL TEAM. WILL PLAY CLASS TEAMS AND SURROUNDING SCHOOL TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
LIGHTNING CLUB ORGANIZES BASE-BALL TEAM.
WILL PLAY CLASS TEAMS AND SURROUNDING SCHOOL TEAMS.
The Lightning Club has evidenced ite intense interest, in athletics by organising a base-ball team. The team hopes to cnniest the various class teams in tho diamond-shaped arena. Moreover, it will challenge the Louisa Scihool team, of which Edward Owathmey is the coach. To quote the remarks of one of the honored brothers: "We will have a team tho rival of the 'Varsity nine. Our brilliancy of execution will be competitive wHn that, of 'Old Boh 1 Our material Is tfae stuff that 'home-run Rakers' arc made of. Fact is, with such s line-up, it Is safe to prophesy our game*, ns mteorie triumphs, red-letter stunt- on the annuls of our history." Pollard, alius "Polly, tb« Petersburg
precocious, will alternato with Trotter Itagby, the lUackstone Vesuvius, in the spotlight, of twirler-dom. Milbourno, the (.'harleslowii (librnltar, will stand bohiiul tho varnialied cord-wood to receiv...
Y. M. C. A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MAKES APPOINTMENTS. ELEVEN MEN CHOSEN AS CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
Y. M. C. A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MAKES APPOINTMENTS.
ELEVEN MEN CHOSEN AS CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES.
Tho V, M. C, A. had a very helpful meeting last Thursday night,, when three of its members discussed Ihe topic, "The Man Worth Most to Richmond College." All of the speakers seemed to agree that the man who could see and participate in only one side of our College life wasn't worth much to Richmond College. This, they Insisted, applies to the athlete as well as tho hook'worro. One of the pur- poses of our College is to I ruin men to ho broad-minded, ablo to mingle and work with our fellow students, and hence those about us in (lit world— to get their view- point and coii|f ,lne it with our own, and, if necessary, sf jrJfioc some of our personal
ideas for tho sake of the larger good, Messrs. Anderson, Leslie, and Newton presented these and other thoughts in a clear-cut, convinciiig,and helpful manner. The next masting will be held on April Ist. Dr. Metcnlf ban been asked...
MR. HUNT ADDRESSES FACULTIES AND STUDENT BODIES. GUEST OF DR. ANDERSON, HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
MR. HUNT ADDRESSES FACULTIES AND STUDENT BODIES.
GUEST OF DR. ANDERSON, HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE.
Through the kindness of Dr. Anderson, the facilities mill student bodies of Richmond and Wcs'liampfon Colleges enjoyed an able address from Mr. Gaillard Hunt, Chief of tho Manuscript Depart- ment of the Congressional Library, Washington, D. C. Mr. Hunt is one of the moat widely- known historians in tin's country, Every historical investigator loams to know hint at his post of duty in Washington. Many of the students of Richmond College, doing research work, have found 111 him a must kind helper in offering suggestions and aiding them in securing the desired manuscripts and other mater- ial. Mr. Hunt ehasj for his subject "James Madison." He introduced his address by stating that a noted authoress of Virginia had recently said to him that, Virginiu had given to the world two mo«t famous things— religious freedom and the true spirit of the Americ...
TWO ALUMNI HONORED WITH UNITED STATES APPOINTMENTS. A. W. FREEMAN, '99, AND ROSCOE SPENCER, '09, ACCEPT HIGH POSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
TWO ALUMNI HONORED WITH UNITED STATES APPOINTMENTS.
A. W. FREEMAN, '99, AND ROSCOE SPENCER, '09, ACCEPT HIGH POSITIONS.
Roscoo Spencer, D. A., Richmond College, 1009, M. D., Johns Hopkins,) in tho employ of the United States De- partment of Public Health, has boon Bent to Montana to investigate t.lio prevalent "spotted fevor" of tho "Rockies," Tho investigation has hitherto been fraught with much danger, but the Department hopes that more recent knowledge and expnrlenoa will render Dr. Spencer's Important work less precarious than that of his predecessors. Allen W. Freeman, Assistant Stats Health Commissioner since the organisa- tion of the Btate Health Department in 11)08, has resigned, to accept a position as epidemiologist for the United States Public Health Service, with headquarters at Washington, at, a salary of $4,000 per annum. Tho appointment is a civil service one, gniac I by Dr. Freeman on
competitive examination. Ie was ap- pointed to the position from ...
MESSING IT UP IN THE MESS HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
MESSING IT UP IN THE MESS HALL.
Lot us bike a look at. Ihe mess bull--or refectory, if you will as ihe cultured sons of Virginia, the blue blood Slide, go to their mid-dny mastication. Alter a few es sis of book breaking shoving against the door, the Walter forces hack six men, and (he door swings out. A great din nri-.es, thai reminds one ot.i scion!ifio farmer's prise bunch of llerk- shires heading Up against the buck-skin boots of the corn-sen tU'i'cr. A social | Him does tho hundred-yard hurdles to his ! gruli-pliink, SAItOS the plotter Of boiled cow, forks OUt the juiciest and biggest | piece, i hen pours out some gravy over the sitlo of the dish. All Ibis lime his tnlile-inales, individually, yell "Seconds on that; seconds, seconds!" A class pie.ideal, or 1*811) iiiiinngci, periinps, hns succcii.lcd In corraliug the potato dish, anil therefrom Ul helping himself with his knife, And, in the midst, of all tins liigh-ln'ow table etiquette, some good brut her is saying grace...
NOT USED TO BEING STARED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
NOT USED TO BEING STARED AT.
No, love-sick swnin, the wire nates which now swing on the Bridge of Spins aro not to restrain you from your weekly, bi-weekly, or semi-weekly peroinl.ulnlionn into y.mr lady's presence; the Preeidenl is not fearful of the wayward youths Packing violets from hia pansy garden, nor floes he think to repel the strains of melody from the vocal apparatuses of the all-punk yndclei;.. lor to them distance is. nothing. The gates aro there to stem the Sunday title of inquisitive visitors, whose retinas are prone to image the insldes dJ the rooms on the ground Boor at, Westliattiptoa College, Curiosity, they nay, once killed n. int, and a eat him nine lives. Some people
ought in be sick. These self-appointed detectives come out here "to look over Richmond ( 'ollegfl " They look OV»r II nil right, ami al o under it, In it. nnd all about it. Their favorite pastime, it seems, is to amble, will'lrtie-binii .South- ern gimlllity, up to a girl's window, and,...
THE TESTING TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
THE TESTING TIME.
When this isiuc of Tin: CoWJBdUN I comoe from the press the winter term exams, will have begun, In B broad sense, this Is a tWO-fold testing. In the lirsl place, it is nil inventory, so In speak, iif the mental stork of every individual, When we entered College last fall every man resolved to work. We prnmlssd those hi borne, who may be milking sacrifices we know not of, iii order tlmi we might bo here, thai we were going In work this year. Old men re- solve! (n better former records; HOW men, with the hopefulness of youth and buoyant spirits, entered College with linn pur- poses to "get wisdom, and, with all their getting, get. understanding." After three months' sojourn within these College walls, a mental Inventory was token; tome showed well, others bet- ter, innl others worse. Wo spool the holi- day , most of us. al home; we romped and played like children, enjoying the fellow* ship and comradeship of the folks al home Era long we came iniek, and started...
WHY NOT SPEAK? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
WHY NOT SPEAK?
Do I know butt! Do I know her? This question is constantly arising In the minds of tVeethornpton girls and ltidi- inond College boys, Probably she does, but she isn'i quite certain, nnd it is the sumo with him, tin,l he isn't tpiite eci'lain. Yei she doosn i wish toseern tooforwardi and he doesn't wish to offend Thus it goes, nnd itie uncomfortable Feeling con- tinues. And all Ihe lime she has very probably inct bin) tit, tin- last parly. He reincni- beri it, as there were so few girls, and she fQjrgOte, as there wore so many boys. Hut (bey pass e.'i'h other almost every tiny going to luhoratoi v. Anyhow, both go in Qreuter Richmond College, -oid doesn'l it seem rather anoh» bish for each to go walking by with head in the nil ' (t( eiiinse il's the girl's place in speak lirst.. But, ne.si tune, why ho! lei ii be done together? Just a nod and a lifting of ihe enp Certainly Ihnl is ~ in,or friendly ww '" P*f ntte'l fdlow students
MISS KATHERINE HAWES ADDRESSES Y. W. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
MISS KATHERINE HAWES ADDRESSES Y. W. C. A.
Wednesday ninlit the V, W. C. A. of West! ipton College was greatly honored by having Miss Kaihcrinc llawcs, I'rcM- deal oi the Hiehinoud V W. C, A., to 0 Idp' | them, Her subject was "The Responsibilities of Brlsnd*hlpi" and she handled this in n must wonderful way, bringing home to the hearl of each girl what it, meant to be a true friend, ainl hbw II vns possible fur each girl to be Ibe right kind of a friend tn both bin's and glrkr Miss llawes will be away for a short, time, bul ns soOfl U she comes hack In Richmond the Y. w. c. A of West- hinopion wishes to secure her most efficient services again.
MYSTIC FIVE RESUSCITATE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
MYSTIC FIVE RESUSCITATE.
('Vine, a peaceful dormanoy of s year's duration, the terrible the have awakened and stretched themselves. Old men will remember thai tail year this same organi- sation stole frnin the snored confines of the Biology laboratory the historic hones of H'.imo sun or daughter -of limn; thai they tenderly placed this wlrenitrung bone-yard in a somnolent attitude In ihe niche above the door Of the old elm pel, tliero tO Welcome nil comers. The skeleton was re-captured| and triumph- antly boras imek to Its retreat. And now it's "(.'one iiKiiin — *kip-l(i-my-l,<ui." Some lime .liiriiin the ninhl of March 121 h these live wily, second-story men, .lid the Jimmy Valentine stout once more. stole the .skeleton from Ihe laboratory, mounts I to the roof of the Student shop, and stoop 1 ll to » very caressing attitude with respect to the chimney. Tho next day some embryonic big league stingers iluuK s stone at it, nnd thereby reduced il ,iui|ile\iiy of its anatomy b...
STUDENTS ANTICIPATE HOLIDAY VISITS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
STUDENTS ANTICIPATE HOLIDAY VISITS.
I The student! whose homes me nel fur 'distant will ri'liini In them ofl.t exams., I for t three 0» four day visit. Bul the majority Ol the fellows will remain at College. A number will pay visits to tlu.ir frauds. "Pete" Perdue will visil Kirk llieliardsDli, in Crewe; l'ilcher Hradshmv iniends going to Ivor, Va., to hoc. his brother, J, L, Mriidsliitw, 'It); Brannook will Journey up to Baltimore to visit l'\ W. I'nlncy Ihe will slop nl Cobum'i home on his return trip); 11. b. Davis will spend the vacation with his brother In Petersburg; K. ('. Deane will go home with II C, bane, of ICaston, Maryland; Connelly will drop in on bin brother in N*orthviUe, North Carolina! "Red" Williams will go home with "Mike" lluli'hinson, of Manassas; Ileitis will visit relative,') in Norfolk; W, l'\ Mar- t in will spend the holidays with the Mum- fords, of Blacks tone i Tyler Tamil will go in Emporia to the Hardin homo; Cos will take Donel home wiih him, nml...
WILL PRESENT "AS YOU LIKE IT." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
WILL PRESENT "AS YOU LIKE IT."
Under the directorship of Dean Keller, Professor llnndv, nnd Professor Olmsted, the co-ordinate Colleges will pes. en( .Shakespeare's "As Ynu Like It" Home time during Commencement week. Try- outs for the various tdtet will ha held this week, ami, ss s number of prospective Irving have Stated thsll intention of entering the hislrionie eonlest, there will ho a good ctwte in charge of this one of .Shakespeare's most intOTSStblg dramas. "Rooster" Colbert, endeavoring to latitats the Ty Cobb slide to fir.it, severely sprained his left Ankle, He szpecis to bo back ou t!io field again soon.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Rlthmond College and Westhnmpton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room I'M, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD, .1. A. lIAKTKK, - - - lCiiirmi-iK'nn i P| ,1 )K!'Ni:l-', BOSTON. 1 . , P„ m ,nß-IN-ClllKl' WEBTON BUIOTOW, JAHU.I.UITUIISINI.ini.I i i l 1 .1 r, KKMI'KIi, I W ',!''",!'!,"}.'!. AM ' Asbooiatk Kuitoiih. J, If, VX 11, ri I i IMVI'I KATTKItV'IKIII.I MANAGEMENT. kiickk MB.LHMBB, - BuiIWSSSMAJUOBS. MAKUAKUI' JAMKii,) 'i'lv Pottft AaB ' r Ut "'' M * NAOK " S ' It, l„ hi 1 It'll! IsH, |^ All business mallcrn Btioulit bn iddrSSlSd l« the Busiiiem Mnniiiirr. All oilier mntlmsulioulii couio to tire Udilor-in-C))ii>f. Wftuhiill tm |il, it in bundle nay students' communications Willi dm' conslilrrntlim. All uii»l(iiiitit mrSSpOSdSStI will iiul be published. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1915.
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
There will be no issue of Tin; Coi.i.r.- 01AN next W'eel- The father Of B. 0. HOOVSjr was on the OSmpUS, visiting his won, last Sunday. Mi ; ..j Krviu Knight, of Franklin, is the guest Of Miss He''> Ciimp for this week- end. Parrisb, one of our "rat" pltohsrs, enjoyed a visit fi his father, of Kil- brldgo, Va., over Sunday. The gold fish gotten from our lake arc now putting up nt Ihe Jefferson Hotel, m the company of glllgators and turtlea. Mr. C. A. McKmney, of Sent Ilb org, Halifax county, visited his friend, It. L. l.acy, the lit'i-it of tllC WOC'k. "Bill" Martin returned from Char- iot lesville Sunday night. He had been Spending the week-end with some friends. The College quartette Hung at tin! evening SSrVIOCS ol the (Irove-AvetlUO Baptist < 'lunch, in Petersburg, Sunday. "Senator" I'inner was forced tn suc- cumb lo Hie demon " In grippe" last week, hut his "vnat substantial stnilo" has now come forth again. Mrs. H. C. Lett, of Newport News, Mrs. J. !•'....
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT.
Miss W.: "I hear that only the I Mophs. are invited to tho President's reception. By tho way, to what class docs Mike Hutchinson belong?" Miss 8.1 "Why, to') in a das* by himself," —o—- Professor on Committee on Courses und Degrees: "Huvo you over studied Latin?" Freshman: " No, sir. Have you'f" —o— Miko Hutchinson's latest story Is that a day or two ago a woman got on the street-car, nnd, stepping up out of tho well, she fell to her knees. When she had linally reached her neat she said, agriovod- ly, to the conductor: "Why, I didn't know you had springs on these ears." "No," he answered, "wo huven't; but there's a wull back here."
—fl- it was on tho train ea route lo Fiirm- villc. The Mandolin Club had been lilling the cars with Irving llerlin'n latest million dollar tunes, when the bald- headed man across the aisle ashed thorn, "Do you fellows play basket-ball with Hainpdcn-Sidnoy to-night? " —o — Inebriated negro, on street-car: "I dar y...