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MRS. McDANIEL GIVES TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

MRS. McDANIEL GIVES TEA.

Last Thursday afternoon, when at 4 o'clock thl campus term of service of the dormitory girls had expired Mrs, Mo- Dunicl gave | lovclv tea to the freed girls. It is needless to say that each one thor- oughly enjoyed herself, for did nny one ever go to the .McDnnicls' without doing that? Hut. (ho hospitality of Mrs. McDanhil did not stop with one tea. Oecauso at I hat first one all of the girls were unable to be present, out of the deep kindness uf her heart she gave another Monday afternoon, which was equally enjoyable, Tho base-ball trip will be written up in the next issue.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond Collefie and Wcsthainpton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1,00 Per Yesr, in Advance. Slugle Conies, S Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitoiy I. EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A. CAHTEH, - • ■ EUITOSIN-CMIKK FLORBNCHI BOSTON, I » il .-fj D iwsslli,.CHier WESTON BRIBTOW, I Km » >-'»™o«» m <~m*r i ii i.i i. KBMPBR, ] DAVE SATTKUKIKI.I), I MANAGEMENT. ROGER MiI.LIMBER, - Uijhinkhh Manaokr. MAHCAIItrr .(AMES, 1- W lo'lll' 1 ' AB "' r '""'■ w * NAQ,t " H R. J All liiinlnei!*. mattari Hbould be nddruaiied to (!io BiialntSl MmiiiK'T. Alt older iiiiitleo'should come to Die Editor-Ill.Chlol. w.. iliall bo i-l -o to Iniiiilli. any ntndcniH' coniniuniciitintia Willi due consideration. All unsigned corrcupnndencn will not bo publiahtd. FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1915.

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

NEWS ITEMS.

Frank White was aeon on the campus this last week. Miss Webutt is visiting President and Mrs, Uoutwright this week. Mr. Carwell, of the M.idicul College, visited J. Sutherland Saturday night und Sunday, Ashby Kay's brother, from Caroline county, visited on the campus the first of this week. On the sick list we are sorry to have to number Qeorge Hoss and "Hat" Holphe. \, H her, however, is seriously ill. A number of the boys ushered at the Auditorium in Richmond, during the May festivals this week, Rumor hits it that enough money lir.M been subscribed to guarantee the erection of a gymnasium building this summer. While playing a hotly-contested game nl tennis last week, lYofe-sor dim-led slipped and sprained his ankle, lie has been umtble lo attend classes this week. Already the hike has begun lo lill with (lie long-missed aqua. The boys will bo allowed to swim, says our President, until they abuse the privilege. Miss Stella Qafdon and Miss Ifuth Harris, who were se...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

sua. BALMACAANS ARE GUARANTEED TO BE W ATER-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. (joodyear Raincoat Co., 221 E. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. FULTON BRICK WORKS, MANUFACTURERS OF t Aiiijlifl sJ i iL liimisitimiiiiLir j_ itliiN Si,'T"~ -JLl' iaJb_q_l _Jms sjs-Jtoiitsiti nni-ss_ AND BUILDING CONTRACTORS. OUR SPECIALTIES Sand Pace He.Pressed Brick, Colonial Brick, Red Stretchers, Fire Brick, Glazed Headers, Fire Clay. Terra Cotta Partitions, Paving Brick, Sewer Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Sewer and Drain Pipe, Terra Cotta Flue Lining. The only Brick Plant In the South equipped to furnish any quantity of common Building Brick on short notice. WM. J. PS»Smi»Hi Proprlator. IHIAUr.ISIII n iB6O. R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., I.MI'OW I (IMS AND UliAl lIWS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Curers of " Virginia Peanut" Hams and Bacon. 814, 816, and 818 EAST MAIN STREET, M X...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

C. LUMSDEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers (o the Southern People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. College and Fraternity Modals and Jewulry, Ecclo6lnsllcttl Wares, and Bronze Tablets. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS' C. Lumsden & Son, Inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, 731 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where .'diver and Gold is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing. PYLE Established 1880. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET. Suits, Overcoats, Pauts.FancyVests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. UamTriing School, CHATHAM, VA, A PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Offers three Scholarships In Richmond College. 11 Faculty of Richmond College men. 1) Twelve students now in Rich- mond College. CATALOGUE UPON REQUEST. T, RYLAND SANPOHD, Pmldtnt. ATTEND Soil Bail CH Franklin and Adams Sts. Worshipful Service I Inspiring Music I Helpful Message 1 Warm Welcome I Business Men's Bible Class, 9:30 A. M. Taught by Dean Metcalf.

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Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 April 1915

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Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

Vol. I.

RICHMOND COLLEGE AND WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 11)15.

No. 17

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
RICHMOND COLLEGE MAN WINS ORATORS' CONTEST. "NATIONAL PROHIBITION" SUBJECT OF E. W. MILLER'S ORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

RICHMOND COLLEGE MAN WINS ORATORS' CONTEST.

"NATIONAL PROHIBITION" SUBJECT OF E. W. MILLER'S ORATION.

Saturday, April 17th, seined two va'one. for the lied and Mine. In tlie afternoon William and M.uv Wan defeated by our base-ball warriors, and I in the evening the representatives of l line oilier schools of our Nlutc were out- seoreii in the Prohibition Orators Con* test by B, \V. Miller, of our College, This was tin" closing event of ihe I'il'llr Annual Conference of the Virginia Inter-i collegiate I'viihihitnui Association. These conference were addressed l,v I Dr. I). 11. Anderson, who emphasised the necoesity of electing officials who believe in prohibition and will enforce | the laws, and of electing a General A> sembty that will enact proper legislation to carry into effeel the will of the people, iw expreasod at the jm'llh Issl September. Attorney-General John Garland I'ol- Inrd spoke of the duty of Christians to take pari, in politics, declaring that it ie as...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
PRES'T AND MRS. BOATWRIGHT ENTERTAIN. RICHMOND COLLEGE FRESHMEN RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MISS VIRGINIA SHUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

PRES'T AND MRS. BOATWRIGHT ENTERTAIN.

RICHMOND COLLEGE FRESHMEN RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MISS VIRGINIA SHUTT.

The Freshmen me Improving, tit leusl along SOoleJ biies. Oi was it. v 6tM N (miring quantity, and not quality I How- ever that may be, they were rovall.v sutartained by President and Mrs, lloiilwrigln, in bono* of Mfaat Virginia Shiitte, Wednesday evening, April lltb. Owing to the charming hospitality of our President and his wife, a most delight- ful evening was spent; furthermore, it was tho first co-ordinate Freshman affair since the "rut" banquet, All were glad of the opportunity to beootM better acquainted with Miss Virginia Shuit, who has liecn visiting Mrs Boetwrighti ,imlt,,lL ' ll "' l il " carrW away pleasant memories of an unusually en- joyable evening.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SPIDERS PUT KIBOSH ON LOONIES. ROBINSON FLINGS SPHEROID, WHILE BLANKENSHIP RECEIVES. Score, 4 to 2 in Favor of Richmond College. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

SPIDERS PUT KIBOSH ON LOONIES.

ROBINSON FLINGS SPHEROID, WHILE BLANKENSHIP RECEIVES.

Score, 4 to 2 in Favor of Richmond College.

There area no beating the Spiders lant Saturday. William and Mary triad nan* fully, but the best they could do We to O(UUIt twice, tlie lillnl SOON being Hiell- inoini College, i w iileini and Mary, 3 The game cams as a distinct surpri t to many who had, beforehand, counted the Lemon and Black as auto wlnnen over the |{e,l mid lllue, e.pe.ilftllj llm 1 the hitter's disastrous Southern tout; Hut, with plenty of "I'ep" and determi- nation, all covered over with a soal of "neversay die" spirit, thespidersshowed a ooniplete reversal of lowa, ami enalped the Loßpiei handsomely, A COld, Stli! Wind fl'olll the Hell 11 swept aver the Held, ami made it d«eidl llj uncomfortable for the Spectators. The wind did not seen) lo bother the playnrs, however, for 'he game was very reel and peppery, although, at, times, William and Mary showed the strain of...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
GOOD AUDIENCE GREETS PROF. MILLIKAN. "The New Physics" Discussed in Interesting Detail. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

GOOD AUDIENCE GREETS PROF. MILLIKAN.

"The New Physics" Discussed in Interesting Detail.

The College auditorium was well filled with students, Faculty mombora, and visitors Monday afternoon al fi o'clock, when Professor Millikan, of Chicago University, gave his "Thomas Founda- tion lecture on"The New Physics." PMtatomtt Boavwrkibt timotiOOM See. Mvi.it. lii ins own interestingly Individual style, the President Introduced the speaker in Ui» Introduction he re- marked that '.hough, since |s,ss, the. "Thomas Foundation" lectures have been held at lliehnioiid College, tin i the firsi one 10 i,e given at the College's new home. Professor Millilmn, lie said, is ut the head of the Physics Department in Chicago University, and has a world- wide reputation as a pin ilclat SpSAKBR I'll t«l o anil At ixi.n, i Professor Millikan prefaced his speech by expressing his appreciation of the Excellent audience, lie was surprised to know that people would travel slvafl

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Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
COLLEGE STUDENT VICTIM OF CUPID, THE CAPRICIOUS. "HENDRIK" HUDSON TAKES A CHANCE IN THE MATRIMONIAL VENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

COLLEGE STUDENT VICTIM OF CUPID, THE CAPRICIOUS.

"HENDRIK" HUDSON TAKES A CHANCE IN THE MATRIMONIAL VENTURE.

Clement Wilson Hudson was married to MJM Mabel Virginia l.tinisdcn, ut the home of the bride's fulher, Wednesday night, April lllli, at 9:SO o'clock. The ceremony was sweetly simple, but. heimti- ful in that simplicity. The marriage took place iii the parlor, Rev. W. T. Hall, '14, performing the owemony, As her sinter played the wedding march, Ihe bride entered Ihe room with her father, who gave her away to our old friend, Hudson. "Hud's" room-mate, "Senior Quick, acted, as lie.-l 111:01. Alter the wedding the smiling "newly-weds" departed for a short honeymoon trip, The bride is a very pretty and charming young lady, well known and very popular in the city. From all accounts, "Hud" drew ;\ lucky number, and shouldn't be ceiisiiied lor demanding the prize in- stanter. From the happy smile lie now carries around on hi;, face, he's pretty well pleased with bis lot, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MISS DUDLEY HONORS PHILOLOGIANS. GIVES ORIGINAL HUMOROUS IMPERSONATIONS TO APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

MISS DUDLEY HONORS PHILOLOGIANS.

GIVES ORIGINAL HUMOROUS IMPERSONATIONS TO APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCE.

Miss. Bessie May Dudley, of Hiehmond, appeared Thursday evening, April 15th, In her original program of humorous selections. For several years Miss Dud- lc\ has been a welcome visitor at many of the I'liilologian "open nights" and SOCtal (unctions, where she was invariably called upon for one of her original selec- tions. They were always great. Having created a goodly number of tho selections, Miss Dudley decided, during the past winter, to lour North Carolina and South Carolina with her original program. After returning from this very successful trip, she offered to give her entertain meat nt. Richmond College, In honor of the I'liilologian Literary Society, Miss Dudley makes no claim to pro- fessi,nei!isin, bul would make many a professional ill up and lake notice. Tho program was supplemented by piano solos by Miss Margaret James, of Weethami tin College; violin solos by...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MUCH OBLIGED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

MUCH OBLIGED.

TIIK CoU.kiimn wishes to express its gratitudo to Dean Motealf and the student body for the interest (hey evi- denced last week in chapel. There was a rejuvenation. Yon fellows woke up lo your responsibility and nobly rallied around the standard. Prospects are promising, If you all pay up, as you promised (hat morning, our debts can be paid. Severn! dollars were collected (hat morning on flic lloor. And wo are glad that our Dean is satisfied with Ihe record Ihe editors hnvc made this year, It was a source of delight to hear him back us up ns he did. With such .support, ive cannot feel that oui' labor has been and will be In valnj rather thai we have tilled a need aceoinpli.wlied certain purposes, and started something of merit

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
TERRIBLY CLEVER, BUT DANGEROUS AND WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

TERRIBLY CLEVER, BUT DANGEROUS AND WRONG.

Some weeks ago there appeared in the editorial columns of Tub CoLUtOEAH an article pleading for co-operation with the ear men in regard to keeping the lerpa firmu from the car scats, and it was a pleasure to note tluit there was some im- provement. Hut lately, probably a result of spring fever, there htw been gallivanting through our idea-boxes the rampant passion for deviltry. Wo satisfy ourselves by bidding the conductor an affectionate bon aoir, and then sprint- ing to the rear of the car, there to jerk the. trolley from the wire. Then we break four track records getting nwny. Very clever! It must be the funniest sight on earth to watch the tickel-takcr issue forth, effervescing sulphurous epithets, to replace the Irollcy. Old Silting Hull would crack his fat. sides were he to witness this Ingenious scene. And on the curs, we're so funny. Our jokes me no rich and varied (hat some ladies sitting near the would-be clowns have com- pla...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
IS WESTHAMPTON GETTING A SQUARE DEAL [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

IS WESTHAMPTON GETTING A SQUARE DEAL

Kiriiiiioiiii Collage men -candidly, now have \v« l)w>n Riving tin' Wast- hanipton Collage girl* ft square dealt At tin' Y. M. (' A. functions and at Iha Literary Society "open nights" wo have Invited the girls over. Homo have been anknil in help with the program. Well wine few of us mil Up our favorite "fattlli" and got their consent to accom- pany us to ih« festivitim. The reel ol iw lay down our l''rcncli grammar.-- or (lonian chemistry books at thl eleventh hour, and amble peaceably down In enjoy the program and the red ami brown ice- oream. The majority of the girl* cross from the opposite College In a body, ami, after the itUnU are nil done, R big urew of us etpegl to walk back to Weil hampton College srith the moei eon" venient OK licst-liiukiiig co-nrds. Tliov'vo in: 1 iw square, always, Hut, when these name girls have a recital or oilier entertainment, my /#t» of tv deign io go down to the auditorium to listen. And sometimes iho...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
BASE-BALL TRIP EXCELLENT TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

BASE-BALL TRIP EXCELLENT TRAINING.

I Alttiuuftti our U'liin liml I'very 001 o( the HIX HIIIIK'H I'lh.Vl'll lllll'illH tlio "liin trip." urn- boya received training which will be Of uriml MkiftMM hi defeating OUI rivala. Moreover, the wi-iOi nwny from ColUfft WM it K»l» wcoli. The schools vinilril niic itrong on linnpitiilily. itml furnUhed tDtertainraeni lit tat the King of Koltomo. I'riilny iil'ti'inoon. April Oth, W« |ilm.vK) Blon College. Cox piti'hod a good namo of hull, lull QUI ftoyi I'oulilu't. dufi'iit (lie oppontntoi Ti»' toon wm 8 to '•- urd&y we raised up with thefMl Davidson i, am, inn! lout again, wilh I I! lo I score. It.iliiiiHiu pliilinl tliin game. Monday I'linimii baai urn. "Bobby" In th« hox iinnin, liy a 12 to fi MOM, Tucmliiy «c imil CloiiiHim, "mill wen' IhmV; MOW, 7in I. Cot pitched. \\Vdn<v,dii.,v Trini- ty niii'i' ux one mil look *bt| after I In- oi&nner of Davidson. Go* fiunn the ipherok), Ami Thursday North Carolina riiivciviiy DftUfbl tli...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
"PHI KAPS." ENJOY PIC-NIC PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

" PHI KAPS." ENJOY PIC-NIC PARTY.

The l'hi Ktippn Sigma fralerliily gave a very informal pic-nic party at (he Richmond Vueht Club on lust Friday afternoon and night The crowd left in launches from the Old Dominion wharf between 8 and ii o'clock in the afternoon, and returned about n :80 P, M, Al Ihe Yacht Club Ihe evening was spent in dancing ami in the various forms of amusement common to an outing of this kind, after indulging in the delights of a bountiful lunch brought down by members of the party. Mrs. K. It. Cliesleriiian and Mr. and Mrs, ii Wcit d'abii acted as ehaperonen. Among those present, besides the active chapter ami alumni, were Misses Camp. Clay, Waddcll, Frair, Cuiry, Warren, Sclierer. Untki is, Salterliel,!, Win t Bin) Williams.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
"PHI GAMS." ENJOY "EATS" AT OMOHUNDRO'S. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

"PHI GAMS." ENJOY "EATS" AT OMOHUNDRO'S.

The entire chapter of Phi < Intnms I telte caught the BiSO o'clock cur laal Thursday evening, sn rouft to Omokundro'Si In a tew minutes after arrival. Miss Julia, who planned the delightful affair, lad them into the dining-rooin. Willi the aid of the cleverly oqnstrUOted purple, and white Fiji placards, they found thoir respective seats aboul the long table. Then begun n jolly, lalc-lclling, jokc- cracking laughter-full hour. The supper Was SCTVed in courses, each one belter lban the preceding, and the lirsl one a challenge to the art of a llcl- monico chef, In addition to the active chapter present were "Had" I hiioliiimlro ami Johnny ityliiml. After the lasi course had been served and zealously partaken of, cigarettes were tit and extemporaneous qpeechaa were poured out into the mnoke. And I here was music and more laughter until the departure at the laic hour, which arrived ali 100 early,

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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DUDLEY BOWE LOSES HIS MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915

DUDLEY BOWE LOSES HIS MOTHER.

Mrs. N. W. Howe, mother of Dudley Howe, of this year's ehws, ditnl at bet home, No. HIT west Franklin street, early Saturday movning. Her illness bad con- tinued over a long period of Buffering, but death came ipiietlv ai'.d peacefully. It will be remembered that her husband, \". \V. Howe, of the well-known real es- tate firm of Richmond, preceded her to the grave lODIC months ago. She is survived by nix nods mid throe daughters. Tuk Ciii.i.koun extends to Dudley the sioreirsi, sympathy,

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