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VESPER SERVICES HAVE PROVEN SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
VESPER SERVICES HAVE PROVEN SUCCESSFUL.
The vesper services have proven sources of inspiration toward Christian eiiilomor this year The chorus choir IIM rendered beautiful music every time. Tlie voice* blend well, and possess real e\rellen I ipinlily. The .-penkers have been interesting The subjects discussed by them have had direct Influence on the lives of Collegia folk particularly, And the services me well attended, Their lalne bal spread tO the city, and BOW numerous people spend the Sunday evenings hire at our College. To Dr. Bingham is due this suocegt. On the remnining. Sundays of this session the programs will be nltra- CMcllent: April Both Musical service; I irus nhOlr, assisted bj Mr Howard D Bryant, May Jd An addles*, Mi GeOfgC Bryan, May Dill Musical service; chorm- choir, assisted by Mrs. A. H (iiiigon, soprano, May loth— An address, l)r .1 A. C. Cliniidler. Alav SBd Musical .service: chorus choir, assisted by Mrs. John A. Murphy, soprano May BOtb An address, lio...
PROFESSOR HARWOOD HEARD IN RICHMOND COLLEGE CHAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
PROFESSOR HARWOOD HEARD IN RICHMOND COLLEGE CHAPEL.
Professor lliirwnod, who is at the head nf John Marshall High School in Rich- mond, visited the College Thursday, April Kith. The chapel period WIW turned over to him, mid he mnde v iiiohl inspiring talk to the fellows. Below arc extracts fWal his speech; "Now, if we are to be true to ouisclvcs, we must lake care of our bodies. Not thai the body is I. 11 is my homo—my servant, if I will, To some it is n prison, h torturi chamber; lo others il is m , servant, hut master. If it is to j»s homo, il should be kept clean and com- fortable. If it is to be a servant, it nuts! be properly fed and boused, e.nor- ol c,l mid rested, Ilia! il may do my bid- ding BJheD I need its services." " You have a work lo do. I am a linn believer in tho fact that in God's orderly universe your task, as well as mine, is a definite one. You eiinnot believe that a sound mind will work bettor in an UA* sound body. You are Studying daily of men who have a...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A. CARTER, - - - Kuitoh-in-Oiim' vM°lsW'f^* i '^***' EBTBLLH X KM PER, ] ?■,';'- ,L'!,",'.'i AM ' AesooiATS Botwa*. DAVE SATTEHFIEI.D.I MANAGHMBNT. HOOKH MII.I.HIBKU, - BOSmSSS Man»ii««. mau«arkt jameh,) fW. vow' Al "'" r ln "'' Mana ' ll ""'' R. h. BURR&88, All buslnaM matters should bo addressed to the BunlniaiH MiKiaKor, Allolhir modern obould cooio to tho Edltor-in-Chlet. We shall bo iilcusect to handlo any atwUnli' communication* with duo consideration. All unsigned correspondence wilt not bo publlanad. FRIDAY, APRIL 23, J915.
NEWS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
President Boatwrighl approves of Stu- dent Government. John Powell, the pianist, visited the ( 'ollege Sunday morning. Don't forget the elininpionsliip ga with Hampden-Sidney to-morrow Miss Kley, of Hmithliold, spent the week end with Misit Olivin (iwalttuw Mrs. Windley and Miss Windley, of New hern, N. C, were the guests of Mlffi Keller for ti few days (his week The College ipiaitelte sang at Hie Pliilalben Buroeu bic/.iuir at the home of Mrs. Helden, or; Oracc street, Mommy night The Field Coinnnttce me busy planning for tho guilt day A Prize ('oiiumlloe has been appointed, consisting ol Uiirroilglf, Jones, and Coburn. John (Iniobimdio has been playing Egyptian guide on our campus I'm- his cousin, Professor lltill, of Brockton, Mass., the past few days. Owing to a previous engagement of the quartette, the Glee (Tub cannot give ils annual home cottoerl to-morrow night, but will be on baud next Thursday night, ■' tint *' Bradley was agreeably surprised Friday morni...
OLD "GRAD." HONORED AT HARVARD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
OLD " GRAD." HONORED AT HARVARD.
Oscar H. ltyder, '09, who was con- nected with the Richmond publia schools for some time, lium just been appointed assistant in economic history at Harvard University. Mr. Ryder is a Mauler or Arts of Rich- mond College, and has had graduate work at Columbia. A your ago he WSJ awarded n nehiilurnhip at Harvard, and his new position offers an opportunity for him to continue Ins research iii cco- mmiies, a subject in which he has ex- hibited marked ability. lie is the son of the late Roy. (). A, Ryder, who m prominently connected with the Methodist Conference.
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE AT Y. M. C. A. THIS WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE AT Y. M. C. A. THIS WEEK.
For tome time wo bavo boon planning to have Student Secretary Lee, of t In- State V. M. C A ■ to spent al one of our Thursday evening meetings, TbJe week ho has promised to be on band with his lantern slides, to show and tell v* about the Southern Students Conference, hold annually, II) June, at Blue Ridge, N. C. Last year we had three delegates there, including our President,. This yoitr our new President ao'l at Ifflel four others should be on hand to reap the benefits ol these conferences, and bring them buck to Instil) in our Y. M. C. A. next session. The dates this your nre June 15th to 24th. Richmond College is moving for- ward. Its Christian Association must be prepared to render the greateal possible Christian sejrvlee to the students, To do thiH we must study how, mid we can iio-t learn by having some of our members in the ten-day siiininer training school for college V. M. C, A. workers.
COMMENT ON JOHN POWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
COMMENT ON JOHN POWELL.
The Dally Mall, Continental Edition. Berlin is notoriously the ooldsal and mosi critical musical centra in tho world; therefore, when John Powell, the Vir- ginia pianist) selected it as the place at his European Isettf, he well knew the risk he was Inking. The result,, how- ever, proved thai he WU fully justified in appealing to such a tribunal, The young Aiiioricun's appearance at the BaaJ Becli.-toin, llorlin, resulted in a veritable triumph. With the audacity of youth, Powell clioho tho famous Moonlight Sonata of Beethoven for his second item, mid conquered, The dose of the pro- gram saw the audience swept off its feet with a March* Militaire, which resulted in four recalls and an encore that could not be denied. Powell has arrived.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
C. LUMSDEN & SON,. Inc. "Jewelers t« the Southern People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. College and Fraternity Medals and Jewelry, i cciii'.iin.in-.11 Wares, and Bronte Tablets WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS' C. Lumsden & Son, Inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, 731 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where Sliver and Gold la Hunotdly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing. PYLE Established 1880. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET, Suits, Overcoats, Pants,Fnncy Vests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. ChatfiamTraining School, CHATHAM, VA. A PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Offers three Scholarships in Richmond College. 1| Faculty of Richmond College men. ]] Twelve students now In Rich- mond College. CATALOGUE UPON REQUEST. T. RYLAND SANPORD, Prcildenl.
ATTEND Second Baptist Churcli Franklin and Adams Sts. Worshipful Service I Inspiring Music I Helpful Message I Warm Welcome I Business Men's Bible Class, 9:30 A. M. Taught !&...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 April 1915
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STUDENT GOVERNMENT DISCUSSED AT SENIOR-SOPHOMORE BANQUET. SOME AUSPICIOUS OCCASION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915
STUDENT GOVERNMENT DISCUSSED AT SENIOR-SOPHOMORE BANQUET.
SOME AUSPICIOUS OCCASION.
On Monday night, April 88th, n,<> tirst Senior Class <il I he new College ami tholuM I'reihrnan Cla* ol tl»«W Collage luweiiililcl i» » bWiWfi b«U Of Murphy'- ihuel. ITji Borders a* boats, noi only served •visth" ami spiked punch In large Humilities, hut knowledge mi Mjlv«r pint ti'VM, iw Weill. Al !» uVlick, M the tWO QUUNOS rnli'icd lbs Immput hall the Seniors gave the fcphnmorei three and (wo, w»M) i»m answered with enthusiasm liy ll IftH of '17. The Presidents in' the vurJting classes were greeted wiili yella also, After elne#g , 'old Hcdimd Blue" and other College K>ngi, tnni&u Johnson ootnmanded the attention of «i><- fellows, unci made tin' welcome ailtlre.-.-. in which h« inude eiiiiiinrnt on the HtttploiuUS oeaulon, and closed by saying, "T-et'a out." wlin'li struck 0 welcome im!i'. All tlir men did justice In the iniiny ilclieiicirx set before* tbnm, ami ■•...
SECRETARY LEE SPEAKS AT Y. M. C. A. "BLUE RIDGE CONFERENCE" DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915
SECRETARY LEE SPEAKS AT Y. M. C. A.
"BLUE RIDGE CONFERENCE" DISCUSSED.
On Thursday of last week, according to nnunuiK'enient, Student Y. M, (.'. A. Secretory l.cc, of Virginia, told us al.uiit tin- work of iln' Blue Ridge Students Conference. Our friends from lite Weet- bmiipl'in V. W C. A were over. The lecture, was Illustrated by views of the study groups at work, the enllege delegations, the athletic teams al pin, mid the beautiful scenery arounil Robert E, l.cc Hull, i he Conference headquarters,
In the course of the evening Mr. Lee quoted opinions from various national student leadeis about the value of these Sludent Conferences. \mong;lhe leaders mid speakers in the Conferences in the oast Imve been John It. Mot.l, Hubert K. Spear, President X M. I'oieut, of v»r- man University; Dr. o. ]•). Brown, of \ underbill, University; Dr. T. H. Hay, William Jennings Bryan, ami other men of world-wide reputation. Since we hope to have a number of men at Hie Conference i...
TIGERS TRIUMPHANTLY TRAMPLED. "LAY HAMPDEN-SIDNEY IN HER GRAVE" WITH 3 TO 2 SCORE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915
TIGERS TRIUMPHANTLY TRAMPLED.
"LAY HAMPDEN-SIDNEY IN HER GRAVE" WITH 3 TO 2 SCORE.
St wiuvi hi' nil-; I*l \\i- Won, Lost, P.Ci Richmond College . a o t,ooo llninpden-Sidiiey ... II WO William imtl Mary .I I 800 Kimilolpli-.Mni'oii 0 '-' 000 An enthusiastic orowd, a good, dear I aye, i, steady nervo, a white bnefrhall leaning and bounding over the green, propelled l.y a wod healthy swat, mid a blurred figure sliding home, and 'her., you have pictured tin last tn.se minute* of every uniting huse-hiill game, n KM ■, wonderful gftwe, and n virion l well d« iivctl. Tin- Bpldera eeored one run in the firel inning, another in the third, ami, wiili tin' SWOT .itainllii|t (wo all, "Mar." rill oloUted tho hull I'm a ''lean single between fiml and b ml, scoring Captain Wiley and winning the game. (jiiiie a number «f alumni were present to witneea the amlplng, and ll wwn'i a diffieull thing to pick out the old Red and Blua warriors either, tor they all wore s glad i mill' from ear t...
POWELL PROGRAM VIGOROUS AND MELODIOUS. WILL PLAY OWN COMPOSITION. ARRANGEMENT OF SOUTHERN MELODIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915
POWELL PROGRAM VIGOROUS AND MELODIOUS.
WILL PLAY OWN COMPOSITION. ARRANGEMENT OF SOUTHERN MELODIES.
After playing n Little tennis on our newly -laid out courts, and witnessing the Spider ba-c-iwil triumph, John Powell so fell in love wiili our Hill College Unit he divided tOSp&nd thenighl here. From 8 o'clock until some time in the morning he entertained a few friends with wonder- ful UJUsie in the suite of rooms nceiipied bj Profeeeoi Olmsted. And in the in* teriuu he decided on his Monday night program It will be observed he ha-' nol cln.sen l..aw compositions, apin*oiat«d only by the musloajly educated, but those full of melody and charm, enjoyed by everybody "The Banjo Picker" will be
eepouiftlly iiiii'i('«iiii|!, in tli-it it is mi a-vangement of Suiitlit'i'ii melodies, I'n- inilinr to All Of HI, The program stands! Beethoven: Simula, A major. Allegro vivace—Largo appassionato • Sfli, ivi, Rondo, grasioso. Chopin: Impromptu, (I Hut; Velse, ie tnlnorj iNiii...
MUSICAL CLUBS MAKE BIG HIT. CARTER ALL-ROUND "STAR." BASS ALSO MAKES FINE SHOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915
MUSICAL CLUBS MAKE BIG HIT.
CARTER ALL-ROUND "STAR." BASS ALSO MAKES FINE SHOWING.
Tuesday night, at H::il> o'clock, the Richmond College Ulea and Mandolin club gay ie of the be it exhibitions of music of iis load heard in ilichiiiond in many days. The audience, made up of College men and women, and visitors from the city, was large and appreciative. They nailed lor maiv , hi'oiv.i I linn the ClttbeCould give in the lime, and applause was continuous from one number to the ! other, "Niefc* 1 Carter made a special | hit with his baritone solo, "The Banderil- lero," bis viiee tilling the large auditorium lo its remotest comer. His impersona- tions were (,wy dramatic—-were. a«
good its have been given by any anifiteiir we have seen in Hichiiiond.' Tom Ititss, in his violin solo, " Hereeime from .locelya," was especially fine. His whole sou) iviih in the Interpretation of the selection, which itself is vn-y good. The quartet to, Composed of Dimfori), Leslie, Curler, ...
GREATEST CHANCE IN HISTORY. DON'T MISS THE X E BAZAAR WHATEVER YOU DO! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915
GREATEST CHANCE IN HISTORY.
DON'T MISS THE X E BAZAAR WHATEVER YOU DO!
It will enliven the old, make merry the young, make all the girls prettier, and all the men happy. Have you bought your ticket lor the \ PJ bazaar yet? If not, step up and get One at once. There's nothing in the history of I lie College lo <piile SqUSj it. It's a basaar, circus, fair, nil rolled in one, mid then some more. Cull it by what, name you will, there's going to he some "goings on." Side-shows will he un- equalled for their liveliness. The person who iiiisj.es ilun will miss the chance o( it lifetime lo see the liveliest Hide-shows on record. They are the latest thing in "pep," enlivening the old, making joyful the young, end promising a rare good time. Did you ever eiixt your ocular orbs on a two-headed ''ill. We've got. the only one m cnptivily, ho, of courxe, you haven't seen it. And then we have imported the principal par! of the l.ouvrc for your special benefit for this auspicious eve...
NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT FOR SENIORS. WESTHAMPTON SOPHOMORES GIVE SCENES FROM "MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915
NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT FOR SENIORS.
WESTHAMPTON SOPHOMORES GIVE SCENES FROM "MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM."
Any one passing v shady dell, not. far from Weslhmnplon, on Friday afternoon, would mosl assuredly have been struck dumb by the novelty of the scene before bun. !''or the Sophomores were holding carnival on their class day (Shakespeare's birthday |. anil had invited the Seniors to join in the afternoon festivities. The Invitation gave little or no inkling as to what was really to happen, nod so, at 'A o'clock, the Seniors, in their class gowns of garnet ,1 gold, dainliercd on the 'I,us. as weh as their trains would permit,
anil, accompanied by a number of the Sophomore GlftSS in their fetching l'erditit costume- of blue and gold, acre driven away in state. Bss/Obs Annivn at "Shady Dki.i,." Down the long mail (he 'bus moved briskly, and all were highly wrought up by the "un-ii-pc, led pleasure," as Celeste Anders 'ailed it, when, iol there befon our eye- was a sign be...
COME OUT FOR TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915
COME OUT FOR TENNIS.
Starting with Wednesday, April 28th, miniature tennii tournament* will he played on the Wcllwniploii eourls. These are. however, only preliminaries I'nr (he bin toiii'iiaini'lit, which will come i,iT iibout the 30th of May, Hut il |a a lino way In gel down to Rood prurl ire, besides offering some needful sliniulliN, BO you'd better come out.
JERK IT DOWN OUT OF THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915
JERK IT DOWN OUT OF THE AIR.
,'J'ho St iidcnl (lovenimcnl idea in com- peting us yet with Curtiss and lII* BO- j unties in air-dnin. Sonic worthy Seniors have "drciiined drennis" and "seen vwions," lull there they hesitate. Some- how they fear lo jump off the precipice Into Hie ditch of practicality) They fear the boUlders of public opinion. They believe not only in "looking before they lenp," but also hi not lcapi.ii/. Kill IVesident Hoitlwrigbt approves, as do nearly all I he kacully members- so whul I is Ihore In fear from those higher op. The ' students, we helieve, wish lo settle the 1 question one way or the other by a vote; ho why be dilatory? Somebody has tost nrl this tiling. And, really, it's Ihe Seniors' '■ >9h. A good way to launch this scheme n to have a meeting of the lour chic 1',,',.i- -denls. Let ihcin discus.- plans, Then each President ciin call a meeting of his class, midget next, thereby, bo the general idea of the masses. The President represents each ...