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PROHIBITION LEAGUE ORATORS' CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915

PROHIBITION LEAGUE ORATORS' CONTEST.

Tho officers of the College Prohibition UagUS WOUld like fcrj i'all tho attention ~l I In: nliiilt'iits of Richmond CollSfl to tln'ir orattm 1 atmtsjat, to bo hold early in April (probably .Saturday, April 3d). The winner in Hub will moot tho repre- nentutivca of the other Virginia colleges at llio fltfttt Convention, in Richmond, on April 17th. The Htat« League expects to huvo several substantial prises to offer, of which wo will make iiiiiioimcemcnt next week, A Richmond Collogo man won the second prizo of ten dollars last year. Wo ought to got the first priso this year. Any man can enter the local contest who wishes, the only requirement being that he join tho League, Further Information can be had from Hausum or Allen by those interested. Tho oration must be on some subject conneetod with the anti-liquor movemont, but liberal interpretation is allowed.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915

OUR 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 BTTiii-rjinsra- mateeial AND BUILDING CONTRACTORS. OUR SPPXIALTIBS Sand Pace Re-Pressed Brick, Colonial Brick, Red .Stretchers, Fire Drlck, Olazed Headers, Plre Clay. Terra Coita Partitions, Paving Hrkk, Sewer Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Sewer and Brain Pipe, Terra Cotta Hlue Lining. The only Brick Plant in the South equipped to furnish any quantity of common Building Brick on short notice. WM. J. i-.MfiviNii, l>i'i>|irletor. ihl uil.ooilli 1866. R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., IMPORTERS AND 111 All HS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Curers of "Virginia Peanut" Hams and Bacon. 814, 816, and 818 EAST MAIN STREET, M RICHMOND. VA,

J. W. Fergusson & Sons ** {printers «* Establi...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915

C. LUMSDEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers to the Southern People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. Collece and Fraiornlty Medals and Jewolry, Eccloslastlcal Wares, and Bronzo Tiili.'iits. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS. C. Lumsden & Son, Inc.. Goldsmith* and Silvsrsmlths, 731 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where Silver and Gold Is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing. PYLE Estob'lshodlBBo. 315-317 N, FIFTH STREET. Suits, Overcoats, Pants.FancyVests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. ChiamTfiing School, CHATHAM, VA. A PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Offers three Scholarships in Richmond College. 11 Faculty of Richmond College men. ]] Twelve students now in Rich- mond College, CATALOGUE UPON REQUEST. T. RVLAND SANFORD, Pre*ldertt.

ATTEND Soil vi jiiisi H Franklin and Adams Sts. Worshipful Service I Inspiring Music I Helpful Message! Warm Welcome I Business Men's Bible Class, 9.30 A. M. Taught by Dean Metcalf....

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 March 1915

AUTO SUPPLIES EXCLUSIVELY. "Right Goods Pight Prices." LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN THE SOUTH. Southern Distributors for Weed Chains, Sparton Horns, Mohawk Tires, CHEMI COMPANY, 629 E. Main Street, RICHMOND, VA. TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS. THE JEFFERSON, RICHMOND, VA. The most magnificent Hotel in the South. Rooms single and en suite, with or without baths. Special Sample Rooms, Table d'Hote Saturday and Sunday, 6 to 0, $1.50 each.

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Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

No. 16

Vol. I.

Richmond OOUBi:;k and westjiampton college, Friday, april v, im.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SECOND DANCE SURPASSES FIRST. COTILLON CLUB HOP AT HERMITAGE A HAPPY AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

SECOND DANCE SURPASSES FIRST.

COTILLON CLUB HOP AT HERMITAGE A HAPPY AFFAIR.

The College Cotillon Club held its second dunce at the Hermitage Ciub Monday night, April Uth As to the sylem of management, and excellence of music, this (lance by far silt passed (ho one held in the same place some weeks ago, liie.Ai. Nuurr run DaNOB, The Bight was idea! for such mi affair, The atmosphere lucked the biiinidily that usually makes spring indoor dances uncomfortable, and it wan not no chilly thai the inlermi'-'iiiii Mi-n-ld. and the Inevitable cigarette might no! be enjoyed tOgnthW outside on the porch. The sky was heavy with clouds when the dance began, but when the last strains of "Home, Sued ffome" had ben, crooned by the violins tlie Sims had ventured forth to beautify the pciteefiilucss of the early morning homing. MIJBIO I)AK(.'E-PnOVOKIMJ. Tho dancing began a few minutes nfter 9 o'clock. As soon as (he pianist bad rendered a few gymnastics in the form of bufls runs, and (l...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
COUNTRY PIC-NIC JOLLY AFFAIR. SOPHOMORES DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED BY SENIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

COUNTRY PIC-NIC JOLLY AFFAIR.

SOPHOMORES DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINED BY SENIORS.

Last Wednesday each Sophomore was the recipient of a most, infatuating love | letter and invitation to a country pic-nir, 10 he given on Saturday night, and, to make it even more realistic, ihe names of Jack, Billy, John, und other similar onoa, were signed to each .Senior's sur- name. But the most real realism did not Come until Saturday night, when the shove Jacks and Billys waited al the bottom of the stairs for I heir lassies. Ami they were n bunch ,i| tWItiM thai any country neighborhood might be most proud of, 11 h true their overalls did not look ns if they had been often used before, and l|„ie was a decided city all ebotti the tilt of Tom Thomas's hat, and also the

aliude. of his socks, but, on the whole, thoy were truly country, Thou thu Bophe. appeared, clod In ginghams and calicos of every variety, with hair in pig-tnils, and other fashions known only to the country lass. After...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
PRESS COMMENTS CONCERNING JOHN POWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

PRESS COMMENTS CONCERNING JOHN POWELL.

Richard Specht, In Die Music, Berlin. John Powell produced a powerful impression. Bvary inbmeut of bin play* inir Is Intensely and pasworiuteiy felt, for he mcms to identify himself with the ci- |Kwer, and fiiitiultuously create tho music anew. Kverylhirig 'round nlioiil sinks away when this niiwieiiin situ nt the piano, and heenthralls enduringly through bin ethereal seftousoess and the ecetatlo energy of his being, Krtsuhmary, in the Feimdenblatt, Vienna. A piunistic personality of Strong in- dividuality in John Powell, lie com- mends a preaith of Imagination thai one does not find in others any too often. He can feel for himself, and givo over In his hearers, nil m-nt iiuontH, from the tendered lyric dreamlnes« to transporting dramatic passion. His touch is in ppp always clear, in fff ulwnys noble, How charmingly he grouped, interwove, and Intertwhied the blossoming, vine-like figures in Haydn's V minor variations; how grandly and migh...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
STUDENTS PROHIBITION CONFERENCE AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. DR. ANDERSON AND MR. POLLARD TO MAKE OPENING ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

STUDENTS PROHIBITION CONFERENCE AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.

DR. ANDERSON AND MR. POLLARD TO MAKE OPENING ADDRESSES.

The Virginia Intercollegiate Prohi- bition Association will hold its niinuid 'convention and orators' contest on l Friday and Saturday »f this week at I Ihe first Baptist Church, under tho I auspices of the Richmond College I. P. A. The opening guns of the Conference will be Ibnkl Friday afternoon at 3:15 I o'clock, by Dr, 1). l(. Anderson, of Rich- mond College, and Hon John (larlnud Pollard, tin' hitter's topic being "Tho Christian Student and Civic Life." Certainly many ':X ,' >mmd College moil ought to hear thesuB* . addresses, for il is not often thai two mcc of thoir caliber can be heard m the same meeting. . The afternoon session will adjourn promptly by , r > o'clock. Friday evening, al t o'clock, Mr. VV. M. Hunts will make b efcorl talk explaining the work of the Intercollegiate Probibi* tiuii Association, and will be followed by Dr. J, P. MeCon...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
POTEAT AND DECKER VISITING COLLEGE. J. W. DECKER FORMER STUDENT OF RICHMOND COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

POTEAT AND DECKER VISITING COLLEGE.

J. W. DECKER FORMER STUDENT OF RICHMOND COLLEGE.

Messrs. E. M. Poteat, Jr., and J. W. Decker, students of tho Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky., visited the College on Monday and Tuesday of (his week. Mr. Potent is the son of Dr. E, M. Poteat, President of Fur-man University, RC. He is now a student at the Semi- nary, preparing himself for tbe foreign field. His brother, Mr. Cordon Potoat, also a ministerial student at Louisville, and preparing for (be foreign field, was a visitor at tho College last winter. Mr. Poteat made a short talk to the Ministerial Association on Monday night. He spoko first of the i>eriannel of the student body of the Seminary, and showed, by giving the names of some prominent athletes who have gone into tbe ministry, that it is a groat work, and its greatness appeals to strong men, with great minds and broad visions. He also referred to tho athletic life at the Seminary, and told of the...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SOLDIERS IMMUNE TO SPIDERS' STING. DEFEAT "RED AND BLUE" WITH 8 TO 1 SCORE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

SOLDIERS IMMUNE TO SPIDERS' STING.

DEFEAT "RED AND BLUE" WITH 8 TO 1 SCORE.

The Virginia Techs, came down for revenge, and they surely gut it. They siiiceciled in hammering out a victory over the kmneious .Spiders by tho score Of S 10 1. The soldier boys won their victory by their ability to swat the bull. They landed on the local pitchers for fifteen bingles. The visitors put up on excellent exhibition of both batting and fielding. Especially in the latter did they shins, playing an errorless game. The Spiders, too, played well in tho Hold, but lacked tho proper punch to hit the op- posing slabman, Bibb, when hits meant tallica. The Spiders' lone run was mode by Captain "Hun" Wiley in the second inning. With tho bows empty, "Hun" Whaled one over tho stadium for a home run. However, after this, Bibb tightened up, and allowed only three more scat- tered hits throughout the contest. The visitors were a husky bunch, and wore as hard-hitting a crowd as one would wish to sec....

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
TRACK TEAM ENTERTAINED IN PRINCELY STYLE. V. P. I. WINS MEET. DURHAM AND CRAIG STARS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

TRACK TEAM ENTERTAINED IN PRINCELY STYLE.

V. P. I. WINS MEET. DURHAM AND CRAIG STARS.

On lost Friday morning the track team, composed of Captain Durham, Craig, Satterlield, Clary, Roden, Turner, Harrup, llennie, and Cheotham, and Manager Leslie, left on the 0:50 train for V. P. I. "Their cohorts were gleaming in purple and gold," and singing old " Hod and Blue" at every possible opportunity. They reached Blaeksburg late that same afternoon. They wore met by a score of Tech. men. Bight then began the V. P. I. hospitality of which they rightly boast, and our men were shown every possible attention for their comfort. The next morning they witnessed a full- dress parade of the V. P. I. Battalion, immediately after which the first trnek event was announced. Turner entered his first two-mile nice

against a South Atlantic champion, nnd he cannot bo praised too highly for his "pep" m sticking to the finish. Ho won third plans. Durham and fiatterficld were easily winners in...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WAITERS WANT FULL BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

WAITERS WANT FULL BOARD.

A petition has lately been I'ireulaliog ni milt the rumpus, which we hope own body signed, it nrss In tbs form of a plea from the wnilers at the refectory to our President, thai they be paid for their services the full fourteen dollars per month, with which 10 pay their own board. It came ns n surprise to the majority of us.that those excellent hash-servers had not been paid the full amount hitherto. We know that al other colleges waiters are so remunerated! At v, i\ i. the waiters have nnii'li less wink to do, nnd their board il furnished. Il costs one $18.50 per month ni Washington and Las I HivorMty, but the nicss-liall guattfsfflSfl receive full board for (heir services. Now, Hiclimoiid College il not poorer I linn others; our treasury is ns capable as V, P, l.'s when il comes to rewarding its helpers, Std it seems only just that our waiters have the advantages ol those of other Institutions, Our men hit forced t,, have classes early, they needs mu...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
READ WHAT THE CRITICS SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

READ WHAT THE CRITICS SAY.

On the front page of this paper you have discovered the press comments wherein .lolm I'owcll who will play for US, is lauded to the proverbial Upper OXOOO, There is not nno uncomplimentary squib. Kiieli critic frcclv exprei.es Ibe idea that Powell is indeed a genius- mid sonn that be ia /At gi mv- ■ Vmi see the argument wC.'re. launching forth now on the canals of your eonsidciaiion la authority And if you are in Hie least a holiitiir of the musical world, you recognize the autho- rity as ultra-excellent, Now there's another suggestion we wish to catapult into your brain-works thin week. Did you over consider the efficiency of advertising? And did you over pause to observe the rate of velocity at which news perambulates? A mini steps on a banana peeling on the top llnor of n sky-semper in Triseo; he shoots, head first, down the elevator shaft, scarring the wood-work and damaging the crepe dc chine of his haberdashery, hinds on bis eyebrows, and escap...

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Source: University of Richmond
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REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

REFLECTIONS.

All of the intercollegiate debates of Ibis year are over. Richmond College, repre cute,l by a strong team, defeated her long-honored end esteemed rival, Hiinihilph-Maeon, There is a splendid rivalry between llic.se institution! in athletic and intellectual contests, and each rejoices, and rejoices rightly, when a .victory Is 1 gained trver the other, This year "Bed and lllue," thus far, ■have taken two scalps, foot-ball and debate, while "Yellow und Black" hive taken one, basket-ball, Il now remains i,i be seen who will pi the scalp in bate* bull. In the double debate with Wake luri'sl, Hicliniond College wus defeated. of course., i his i» to be regretted, but it is not ■■ reason for discouragement, It is reported generally that our teams in both [of these debates did good work, or we iinay say showed good "form" «,» tho Iremilt of precious bard work, but they didn't quite pull the hug over "Old Hose nnil Blnok." \nu we arc not kicking, but just a little ii,in jus...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
IS IT FAIR? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

IS IT FAIR?

One of the greatest drawbacks to tho growth and welfare of any community is, as We nil know, gossip. Richmond College in a community, a thriving little community, in which good feeling is generally prevalent; hut the students of the College must fight us hard against the germ of gossip ns must (ho citizen* Of any village or town. Perhaps one doesn't inemi to gOMflip, and it may be thai there could he found a better name for that little under-current of "talk" Which is so bar, Ito keep out of, bl.lt, whatever it may be called, it is m exist- ence. When one sees a fault, in a fellow Student, one you call your friend, why not, go to him or her in the way a friend inuy, ami tell the boy or girl of that fault, instead of whispering it to others? Arc you being quite fair to tho one in the wrong? Then, again. If you think a student has done something he ought, not, to have done; if you are not quite certain that be has done it; if you arc convicting him on circumstantial ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Y. W. C. A. CABINET ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

Y. W. C. A. CABINET ELECTED.

Lost Wednesday evening, at the regular business meeting, tho new Cabinet of the Y. W, C. A. of Weslliniuplnn College WIW elected for Kilo 'Hi. The V, W. C. A. has made a good start at WetthamptoQ for so young an associa- tion. With a few exceptions, nlinosi all the dormitory girls are members, and are ready and willing to do their part in Ihe ■work. When there is this spirit in an organization il is certainly going to get somewhere nil right, So it is the work of the new Cabinet to build on the good solid foundation that has been laid, and keep their walls itn&ighi with the plumb line Ni:w OWICBIM Tiic offlcarn are ns followsi President, Florence Host on; Vice President, Emily Gardner; Seoreury, Kllsabetlt Caiupi Treasurer, Eleanor Decker CIMIHMKN OK CIIMMITTKK**. The following are the chairmen of rln* Bommttteee: Religious Meetings, Edith Nelilette; Boelal Scivice, ISllsabsth (■nines; Missinn SiuiK, Stella Carden; Social, Kathleen Bland] Music...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
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DR. MILLIKAN WILL LECTURE HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

DR. MILLIKAN WILL LECTURE HERE.

Professor Robert Andrews Millikan, I'l, H. 11 BO , who will deliver the thirty-seventh course of lectures oil the James Thomas [''ouudntion. ranks among the leading physicists of America. He was educated al Obcrltn mill Columbia rniversilies, liiih studied in Merlin and Cambridge, mid has taught at Oberlin and Chicago. He litis been Professor of Physics in the University of Chicago since 1010. He ia a member of many learned sociol it's, and is co-editor of tho I'hyaical Review. He is the author of several text-books on physics, and a frequent contributor In technical jour- nals on physical topics. Professor Millikun's work at tho Hycrson Physical Laboratory is followed with interest by students of science in both EWOpe Mid America, Ills isolation of the ion, and the detailed study of the ionic charge, won for hint Ihe Itumfnrd Prize in Mill. In his lectures at liicliniond College he may bo expected to discuss some of the results and the signific...

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Y. M. C. A. ADDRESSED BY STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

Y. M. C. A. ADDRESSED BY STUDENTS.

Tho Y. M. C. A. last week was ad- dressed by Durham, Coburn, W. 11. Bugby, and Carter, all of whom spoke on the work which the Y. M. C. A. is doing. Durham reviewed his administration, pointing out what, it had tried to do,

where fnilures and successcfl had been met with, and, to some extent, what had been achieved. Durham premised his hearty corporation during the coming year. Coburn gave » running survey of What it is hoped to accomplish during (he enduing year. This was augmented by Bagby, our newly-elected Treasurer, Then Curler closed the meeting by a f«W enthusiastic remarks as to what tho Membership Committee intends to do at tho beginning of next year With Cartel at the bead of the Membership Committee] and the picked men who have I cen placed on Ihe committee with him, wi,'oii(ihi to have every man in Richmond I lollega in the ST, M C. A. next st'sgion.

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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOLDS REGULAR MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOLDS REGULAR MEETING.

Wednesday afternoon) April 7th, at 4 o'clock, the Athletic Association went into its regular monthly session. The meeting hail been po.slpoiied two days on aooounl of athletic events on the stadium. The first business to come up was consideration of the amendments offered by John ,1, Wiclier, Jr., u( (he monthly meeting in March, These amendments «eie published in Tin. Coi.ri oian several wicks ago, and need not be repeated, The amendments work a complete change in the voting and election system of tho Association, It is hoped that they will put an end to some of the political gunies that bine I o worked under the old system. Tho voting must now be done at tho polls by the person whOBO name 'v signed lo the ballot. He is checked on the Secretary's book, his bnllol is numbered and there is no eluufce for casting more t lian one vole. A nomination i-s made by two or mire friends presenting the name or the candidate to be. with bin sanc...

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