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VISITORS THINK CAMPUS FREE FLOWER-SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

VISITORS THINK CAMPUS FREE FLOWER-SHOP.

A fellow once walked across a plot of green sward, guarded by a sign reading "Keep! Hl' the (Ira.-." The cop pinched Hint. " 1 didn't sec the sign," said the unfortunate, but the bewhi'kercil judge said "Guilty" just the same Some people ftant read; these reed v guardian Other-' can, but d/.n't; thee need «

liess, BrVfry hud and branch || as lav .1 I (he foal smoke from the cltewing-gurn factory, And they plunge into a happy picnic carousal into the hi ail of the rustic ornaments. Suppose y<«i nhmilrl see B perfect rose in the lapel ul a Heau Hruianiel, and you'd jerk it away, and niter smelling It, stick it in your button* hole? If he were a big man, you'd SOOQ witness the continuous. Hie dink line and the; bright line spectrum merged Intoone, You'd discover a new plane) with sixteen satellites Hut, day after day. the-, jelly pln-niC parlies rob us a- iiiaiii-d Mr Qoldsby oan'l be Sherlock Holmes, I'illkiTlon, mid Hums all at o...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
A BEAUTIFUL GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

A BEAUTIFUL GIFT.

loved by all. Hul this |ira''lical tribute in hi- memory is appreciated, hermit t ll

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
COLLEGE CATALOGUE APPEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

COLLEGE CATALOGUE APPEARS.

The "Catalogue Nunibei of the Hich- mond College Bulletin" made it- appear- ance Tuesday! it Is somewhsl different from those of previous yen-. It is to be observed thai the entrance requ{rernerrl have been raised tn fifteen units This sounds progressive, The higher the standard the better the college. The mitnm ha-been raised to 1100.00 per year This will come as a surpi lo (he most of us. Hut we who are here now will be .'barged 170,00, as heretofore. The das- schedule has been changed -omenhat. so as lo be mure convenient and lo moid so many conflicts, Hut thoracal remark* able change is in the requirements ft'i a degree, I'nder the new system there will be fewer "etoi.tivcs" that Is, the faculty has more definitely plotted out it course for applicants, Ties will dis- courage the choosing of ".-nap ' courses. Or are (here any „uch'' Furthermore, we are glad In know that Mr. ,1, 11. Kimball, H. s., M. A,, will otter a course In meteor olngy. All in...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
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FIELD DAY COMMITTEE MEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

FIELD DAY COMMITTEE MEETS.

There wan a liieetinn of tHfl 1'icld I Inv j lid,,!', Tiie.Jay .'i.l'lernoon, when definite I pkuis Wen made in lef.iird (o (lie bi« affair. At 10 o'clock the morning Of .May nth the leu imp'iiiaiii event* will bo held. When the crowd from town lias arrived Hie bigger stunts will begin. \io i ihe eventi the uponeori Miw Joseph Shield*, nf Roanoke, mid the maids-ol'dionor udl award tin pri/iv. Then dinner will bi lerved to everybody Mint evening there will hen lawn party ami reception, mid also some lal.c events, with more 01 I ■ ol the ooinad} elemenl m them.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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WILL GIVE MINSTREL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

WILL GIVE MINSTREL SHOW.

Willi I lie assistance of "Vie" Wcine, Of Hiehmond, a number of the fellows have banded together, Oftlling themselves "The lllec Club Minstrels." The nudit nt May '("th lliey will give their initial performance in the auditorium, fof the henelil of tlimpaper, l.alei they will take tome trips. The Brill iici of this perfowiianon will be the ohMaehloned minrtrel -how black lace with the end num. the III loloi'iilor, and the run-picker. Some of (ho hilesl soukn is ill he sunn by our best sinners, and jokes, old mid new, cracked by our best joker/ The second act i* a roprosenlntioii of a nighl in a college boy's room. College jokes will inn amuck and Oolloge slanu bo dunu, The show Mill be well worth the ailmiH- nioii price Iwciilydi\" eenls.

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CONCERTS AT PETERSBURG AND DINWIDDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

CONCERTS AT PETERSBURG AND DINWIDDIE.

Thdrsday evening, \prii juM, the Glee and Mandolin ciuie. took their annual Hip to Petersburg The car was met by representatives from the Phllatfa.ee ami Hnraca Cla-c, ol the I'ir-i Haptist Church, maler whOSO auspices Ihci'.aiceil wan Kll en. After a cloudy, rainy evening, ihe ikj liiially cleared, and s large crowd gathered in the auditorium of the l.cc School The -ami piognun as that of the week's trip was rendered, and, from the encores ami after-concert comments, it was really enjoyed by. all The Clubs returned to College that night. Frldaj afternoon the College quartette, consisting of Pete Dunford, Ibe Leslie. "Hal" Johnson, and \iek Carier. wiili Turn Raw, the y-ielinlet, and Profoiwor Olmsted, director ami accompanist, caught the Petersburg car at i o'clock, and retraced the Journey oi the previous day. At Petersburg they were met by ProfeSßOl Meek, who carried Ibcin, ley means of uninitiated lltneye, fifteen miles into the countr...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Weuthampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, S Cents. Office: Room D~4, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOAKO. i, A. l.'Alt'l'KU, - - - Editoh-in-C'iiiek ki .OBJBNCB BOSTON, I AHH'i'Knrr.iiiii-iN-Ciiiio.' w B6TON iiius'i'ow. lAHHI AHH ' "Orroas in iaw SatBLLB KK.MI'KIt, I lIAVV: HATTI-iUKJKI.I). I JMANAiIUMI-.li'l HOUKK MII.MIISEK, - HiJHINSSH Manaukk. MAItUAIIIOT lAMBS,] I>°W - KOUl':'' [Abs't Bub. Mahaubkd. it. 1..' BURRUBS, I All liiißiimsH matters sliould bo addreaned le Ihe BtlSuttll Uusisr, Allotbor matter* tltouM cams lo tho Hdltor-lii-Chiet. We uhull tie ptciißcd to hiinilte any stiitjontii' tumnunilcatloiin with due coitnidcrallon. All unsigned cottennoudence will not be publinl.ed. FRIDAY, APRIL iO, 1915.

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NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

NEWS ITEMS.

Frits .loo' attended the Phi Qatumn Convention al Washington and Lee University Inst week w. W. and J. M. Terry iiave been nompelled to leave Cqllego on at tint of poor heallli II ,1. Hen„ley »•„, ,„l| ( . ( | 1,,.,,,,,, th# flril ol Hie week, mi account ~l I he-irkne-s ~f his inoiin i. Orovm Beasley, of City Point, visited his brother here oh the campus last Sunday, W. !•,. Heal.' lias quit College, and Is selling i lie Briscoe automobile, He ha* turned Inn laundry ogenuy ov.r to "Eat" < 'Icineiil

The local associut.ion of alumni Lave pledged 1100.00 for tho purpose of bringing i Lack "old graitn." to the Couiineiiceinent Tin Junior Claw mat twice this week, The first time tltey decided to elect, the intuitu! officers tills year, anil net n il.,ic for the dec,ion. Tin- HOOnd tin,.; tliey decided to (Mitct'tjiiii the I'VesiimiMi, and ■ coniiiiiltee, composed nl Colniiii, Dur- liiiiii, and Wyutt, Was appointed Ly Presi- dent Leslie to iirritime for (lie cnt...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 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 BTJIILXDI3Sra- MATBBIsiL AND BUILDING CONTRACTORS. UUR 4PBCIALT.Ba Saiul face l<,'-Pressed Hrii.k, Colonial Brick, Red Stretchers, Fire Brick, Olazod Headers, Hire Clay, Terra Coita RArtittone, Paving ttrlck, 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 abort notice. w.M. J. i'awkinii, I'roprlotor. IMTAIII.Itmj.iI nihil. R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., IMMOHTBMS AND HI Al I us IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Curers of "Virginia Peanut" Hams and Bacon. 814, 816, and 818 EAST MAIN STREET, AQ tt?? s 7scA N oV. RICHMOND, VA. J. W. Fergusson & Sons printers *#...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

C. LUMSDEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers i« Hie Suutliern People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. Celleue and Fraternity Medals and Jewelry, Ecoleslasllcftl Wares, and Bronte Tablets. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS' C. Lumidetl & Son, Inc., t •..til initio and Silvia smith;.. 731 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where Silver inul Gold Is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing. PYLE Established IbBO. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET. Suits, Overcoats, Pnnts,l7ancy Vests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. CtiathamTraininoSchool, CHATHAM, VA. A PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Offers three Scholarships in Richmond College. 1| Faculty of Richmond College men. "J Twelve students now In Rich- mond College. CATALOGUE UPON REQUEST. T. RYLAND jANfORO, Pmldtnt.

Franklin and Adams Sts. Worshipful Service I Inspiring Music! Helpful Message! Warm Welcome I Business Men's Bible Class. 9.30 A. M. Taught liv Dean Mctailf. pCOOD FOR TH...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 30 April 1915

AUTO SUPPLIES EXCLUSIVELY. "Right Goods Wight 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 AMD ROMAN BATHS. I THE JEFFERSON, RICH WON D, 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 9, $1.50 each. WATAimimiNT CO. MANUFACTURERS OF iimii.wjii.m_ _am **m_km swrmMMn, MMUum .»ea**-*i_H PAIV V S 1303 E. Main Street, RICHMOND, VA.

WARE & DUKE, printers ant) fMiblishirs, M* ->V iL* 17 Governor Street, RICHMOND, VA. Stationers and Engravers to those who know. VIRGINIA STATIONERY COMPANY, No. 918 HAST MAIN STBKKT. THE NEEDED AUTO REPAIRS M are not done by guess work .....jSagggSj* _H»\ llere - We know exactly where ll ie ' rouD ' e '' cs > mmnave k°* n /'/ tßhffl H tn *' s kiH an<l facilities to remove -%'Vl^' % if ' We ' su KB e...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

Vol., I.

l!l<'ll.\l()\l)('()LI,K(;i'; AND WESTHAMPTON COI,I,BjGfiS, FRIDAY, MAY 7, Ms,

No. 10

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JOHN POWELL CHARMS LARGE AUDIENCE Which Refuses to Leave After Final Number. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915

JOHN POWELL CHARMS LARGE AUDIENCE

Which Refuses to Leave After Final Number.

John Powell gave mi umimmlly brilliant. I coneerl In our auditorium lust Monday evening. Slight shimein in the tunniing, mill thunder Inter mi, did hoi prevent n large attendance from the ofty, while many parties motored out. Westhajuj** ion College presented an unexpectedly large euiitiiigont, and the showing from Kiehiii.ind College was gpdd, Mr. Powell') I It here proved the ■in. lent body of I Ireater Richmond < tallega to lie eoinpo.Mvl in the main o( those who nrc able to apprei late mid to enjoy euoh wonderful artistic expression of pionistio ability :\h woe heard. Hiehmond College tlllil VVOflthaillpton College em, lie-eonie a great music center, Mr. Powell gave mi iniiii-ually iiltnio- tive program melodious, full "i deep feeling mid exquisite emotional effeote. lie seemed inspired, and those "ho hlivo hoard hi limy time* before believe that he never played with mote lire and

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CHI EPSILON BAZAAR WELL ATTENDED. WESTHAMPTON GIRLS ENTERTAIN WITH LAUGHABLE STUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915

CHI EPSILON BAZAAR WELL ATTENDED.

WESTHAMPTON GIRLS ENTERTAIN WITH LAUGHABLE STUNTS.

rbe t'bi Bpallon Literary Society of WeHthiiiiipton College held n lni/.iuii' in Ihe Hichniiiwi Collei.'.c tin.lilm nun Ittsl Friday night, The affai* wai i nieo linuiiciiilly, tis well OS socially, Quite v number oi College men attended, oanh mini provided with norno <M nickels iind dunes. l'llllllllAM Sl'l.l.S'llllil.l AUK \ >.-< .111. li won ii spleniini program thai the nirln hud prepared The affair opened with ibc tragedy ol ' Julius Cwsar," a* it wiui niven Thursday afternoon nf West Imnipi (iii College. Bach young Mnuile Adams "i William Favemhami if you M-ill, took her part with true bin- ii'iouic abilliy And when ii noma to dying, they "imt-Ciesnrcd Cassar," Whan the play ives finished, and ihe dead bero hull b i borne away from the Inurxh- Icnrl'ul eyes of the nn-luok.-n., Pete

Duniord favored the audience with « -din, ii parody on ''Suwahoe River." following tha...

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TRACK BOYS GO TO BALTIMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915

TRACK BOYS GO TO BALTIMORE.

loft, yesti'i'iliiy fin- Baltimore, whare the Mouth Atlantic championship* will be run off to-day and to-morrow. To-day iiu- bents in the various event* will be staged; tomorrow the finals will be run oIT, followed usually by a game of la* Co.c between John* Hopkins and Cor» lisle Indians, Captain I nurham say* we are sure to come buck wiih some point* In the South- ern Intercollegiate Uhletin Assoelotion mccl This meet comprise-, some of the fastest men in II ountry. Johns Hop- kins, Si. Johns, Georgetown, Ifniveraitj <if Virginia, Richmond College, Wash-

ington ami Lee, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, University of North Carolina, Georgia, and Mississippi will enter men. bust year Johns Hopkins won the meet, but speculation is rife as to who will win Ibis lime, for Hopkins lost many famous athletes by graduation last Mar. Vir- ginia is a strong contender, ami will more than likely win. li is very unfortunate thai tnaok alhlelics have been...

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SELF-GOVERNMENT CONSTITUTION FORMED. WILL BE CONSIDERED BY STUDENT BODY SOON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915

SELF-GOVERNMENT CONSTITUTION FORMED.

WILL BE CONSIDERED BY STUDENT BODY SOON.

The following is Die Const it ill ion and By-Laws ol the Student Council of Rloto iii.viii College: Conatltutlon. AltTlf'l.K 1. The iimne of this organisation shall be Tur. SrUDttNT Coimii, of Hiiii\in\n ('oi.i.ki.i:. Am i. i.i. 11. OlUKl'l'. The object of 'his organisation shall he to represent and to further Jho best interests uf the Mmlcii! body; to ■e.aue co-opcriilion between I he different studehl organisational and to safeguard the welfare uf i he Individual student.. Ainnu: 111. MI.MIIKItHfIII'. Section i. Ever) matriculate of Rich- mond College beoomct a member of this organisation, subject to annual dues of twenty-five (38) cents, payable within len (HI) days niter matriculation. Section '.!. Lor failure to Comply with i I ol Viliele 111. of this Con* Mil.iii.in any student is automatically dropped troii, the College Register. Altriru: IV OITUT.tIK -pi'TIMS, I'uWlais. The officers of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DEFEAT V. M. I. TWICE. EASY VICTORIES FOR SPIDERS. PROSPECTS BRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915

DEFEAT V. M. I. TWICE.

EASY VICTORIES FOR SPIDERS. PROSPECTS BRIGHT.

Revenge! Ii -mis .sued Twoatrafghf Wctorlee (root V. M, I. mora limn makes up for the foot-ball jjime laai roll, which nc lu.-t In the I'tulcls by .1 oIOM score. Both of these game* wet* Intisnael) exciting. The lir.il trBI lirulmlily less so, tbeSpidora poundingoul u?bo l Vicinity Tim aoconrl ganie, Mined wa* played Saturday evening, wan v grand old swat- feat, V. M. I. garnering lourtoen healthy wallop* off Robinaon'i offerings, while the Spiders drew connecting snfely thir- teen times "Hun" W'ih-y rajgiacered the longed bit of Ihe tl.-iy ;i bunii' run .sj)in..!i I'.-ir into deep centre field. This v.-i- the In i i-iii'ilit (hive ever Intel' in :t game in the sltiiliuiii. l-'or the losers, ihe all-around work of McCoiiniik ara* e*peeiall) noticeable, tins boy hiinii'ii'iiiiM the liiii-isivhide hard, niul playing it lieiiuliful Homo nl iliu keystone suck. QHlenpifl unit ihe Pitta brother* come in for m...

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MUSIC AND LAUGHS BY COLLEGE FUN-MAKERS. MINSTREL SHOW IN BENEFIT OF "COLLEGIAN" ON TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915

MUSIC AND LAUGHS BY COLLEGE FUN-MAKERS.

MINSTREL SHOW IN BENEFIT OF "COLLEGIAN" ON TO-NIGHT.

Under tin- inahagemenl of Via Wertta, nf the city, who so grneiously combines the i-iiiliiiii.-iti'l v.;iii-i- With I lie d.'irk brotui juice for us, and Ihe directorship of floger Millhlaw, a living Bbemiaal union nf business itiiui string pliickcr, nnd warbler aA Laudorlabic Lodies, n noteru of Ki.iimi.iii College men will do (he bhu'k-fiiru minstrel itunl In our audi- torium to-night for our approval. There wiil be jokes told thai originated In the icriiie" think-bows oftheplayers,others thai fling out the arome of Keith's best, and i til others thai wore old enough to sluice viliimi Jonah swallowed the shark, Here h4JI bo song* wujtlmontal that will recall to uh thai morning ptw boat girl told U(i farewell us she mopped |i,-i- e\e ball protectors wiih her calico apron; songs raggy and humorous, that will iniikc inn- shoulder* japk and our tendoru of Ai'liillcs tighten and rel...

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MARYLANDERS HOLD ANNUAL PIC-NIC. BASE-BALL GAMES, BOATING, SINGING, AND EATING ORDER OF DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915

MARYLANDERS HOLD ANNUAL PIC-NIC.

BASE-BALL GAMES, BOATING, SINGING, AND EATING ORDER OF DAY.

DtcMiy's UlnlT, on tho .lumen river, WIIH llie scene (if ;i jolly time last S.-ttur,!:,j afternoon, when the Rleihmond CoUop Maryland club held it* second annual pic-nic. The party gathered from various parts of the ofty, including the Woman'B College and Un-lim I College, and left South Richmond al 12 o'clock, on thn elect lie U'liu Id ,111 hour's lime I hey hud Icfi ilu- i-.-ii,- vi Beliwood, and hiked to the old battle-ground, where .spoils of nil kinds iinin K to sueii mi occasion were in-

diilged 111. The chief feature of this was the btUie-hall game. In which the fair ones, including the chaperone, who umpired, took as lively a part, as Ihe fellows. We must not fail (o mention the de- licious lunch which had been prepared by the young ladies. This was served about the mi.ldle nf the nftormsin, and imule ill forget | lvii (here was SUOh a plaoO as (he Richmond College ...

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WHY WAS IT A SUCCESS? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915

WHY WAS IT A SUCCESS?

Well, there's * bunoh ol reason*, Why is anything really luooattfulf support, siippiu-i noi merely from a financial sliinilpoinl, but an eibifulionnl. til'lislii', mill (here's the word) enlhutiotiic stand" poitll .-is well. You fellows evidenced the fact thai you're real Spiders, born nnd bred. Yen rallied, 'round the Hag after Ihe fashion of die Bunker Hill wrapper* and the Church Hill nlghl marauder*, Sou proved yourselves real sports heart* human, cultured, und loyal. Truly everybody didn't attend, but thoee who possibly could did, tuul those who did were there with Ihe lisl-noise and the praise, We llitink you lor your support. in more than one way have you helped ynuf College, which we all love, W* thank the uahori, who wore so Induatriou* in llie preliminary commercial aelivilies, and so gracious und so genteel lo die visitors. The College is what we make it. If iVfl give (lie impression to out- siders I hut we're a horde of rough-necks mid untutor...

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