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MAY DAY AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915
MAY DAY AT WESTHAMPTON.
\t the alarm clock* of the ambition* students of W'oNtliiiiiipton went oIT with their awful "wWwa" al 1 o'oloek iliarp on Saturday morningi and thoM etudaijta who luul been of the best intention* the night before turned themselves ova?, having decided, In thait momentary semi- oonaolouinaM to hava juat one more uap, n sound of music, from n fur end of the. dormitory mi upon their emu. ai fimi quite fiimi, the *ound only mingled with dteamii but, hh it, pw* gradually nearer and more 'li.siiiu'i, the dreamer* routed again, and to th* itartling realiaation thiil (bey were bearing hiiiniui voices, niiiKinn to the uecoiiipmiimeiil of » violin: "The year's al the iiprintt, The day's ill the mow, Tin* morning** at eeven," Hoi Yes, it tniiHt be the Junionl And this wiih the first of Mny, and their otaM diiy The tinging crowd slowly wound through tin l building, (topping it tin* doom of ilieii- sisters, the " Rata," to leave the firsi greeting of the day—dainty ...
MR. PATTERSON ENTERTAINS SUNDAY-SCHOOL CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915
MR. PATTERSON ENTERTAINS SUN DAY-SCHOOL CLASS.
Lust Wednesday evening the member* of Mr. llnndy's 9uuday**ahoo! class of the Plrei Hapiisi Church were enter- tained by Mr, A W, Patterson, Bach girl fell, thai she bud been nirried lo fairyland as she wandered In bi* lovely flower gardens or listened to the en- trancing music aa bis little Daughter played on the violin Mrs. Patterson proved herself to be a hnsless one rem Is of bill seldonis bo* th* pleasure of meeting, The only i rouble was thai it hud to come to an end. bill t he memory will slny for many n day.
STUDENT VOLUNTEER BAND HAVE CHARGE OF Y. M. C. A. PROGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915
STUDENT VOLUNTEER BAND HAVE CHARGE OF Y. M. C. A. PROGRAM.
The regular Thursday nigbl mealing oi the v. M. ('. A. wis in charge of ti»' boat Imnd of siudeiii Volunteer* for the foreign missionary liehls. Three *a> ei'llcut talks were mnde by Keeker, llrmii k, and Milebell, Decker led olf by saying Hint Ilich- mond College was al Ihe wrong end of the Hiring of Virginia college* in llii.i mailer. llimilolph-Macon, with IWi students, has II volunteers; lluiopdi'ii- Uidney, with mhi, has 3; Washington und l,ec. With about 800 llien bus 8j the University, with IMI nmn, Iron I); and Randolph-Macon WoonuVa Collage, with about 800 student* has lis volunl % Prom the last ligiiica.lhvkoisuid it seemed Uml I here would bit no trouble for uii v one i" gei * partner to the foreign field, Tin' .speaker I hen lold of ihe enthusiastic letter* h* had bad from the different bands, and *»id thai any one, ni College might Mgd any Of them—even the one from Lynchburg! llrunnoek followed, telling...
"SONG OF CALF IN DISTRESS" VERY INSPIRING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915
"SONG OF CALF IN DISTRESS" VERY INSPIRING.
A Mr. Young, ol Duvid Qrayson type, swooped down upon us from ihe great unknown Tuesday morning, carrying with him ii violin made in loin, and a ■•hock of linir, iron gray, nnd veil oiled with "Dr. X.'s Sure Cure for Baldness.' 1 Ihiring (he chapel period he fiddled for mi. The first selection was "'lhe Rosary," as sung by two young maidens, with the accompaniment of nails on a lomiit in. ThttU he played a selection which was Httpptwed In represent (he song of an ostrich as she jumped from Ihe hearl of a butteteup and seized a crocodile moosing in the shade of a mussel-shell. Responding to an sneers, he played "Traumeiei," which was really well done. Encored again, ho made on his 0 string the sound of a calf in distress The last piece was typical of speech and music. Think « minute, now!
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, In Advsnce. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Offlco: Ruom D-4, Dormitory 2. EDITOKIAI. HOARD. J.A.CAKTKR. - - " BDlToa-W-Cutar KKTKIXM KKMI'V'.K, ] W, E. miuiiAM, assooiAta Editors. ii'avi-: sa ; iti:hl' , ii-:lij, ) management. KOUKSK MII.MUHKI*. - Hwsinkss ManmiSß. MABOAIIKT JA.MHN,} PW I'o'ui"'' A ""' T """' MANAU "" i ' All bustimn mettere iiliould bo «ddre««»d to (tie Bublmm Muims«r. All oilier mutters Blioiild come lo Ihe Kdltoi-ln-Cblet, We elmll lie pleeeed to handle »»y etudentt' commuii'c-llonii with duo coiieluoiellon. All unaljned corrcipondonce will not be putiinned. FRIDAY, MAY 7, 191 V
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915
Mrs. Battle is the guest ol her daugbtei, Miss Hilda Iteale, I'nr Ihe week-end. " Heine" Fihiioinb's bvolher, from the Eastern Shore, dropped in on ''Heine" Saturday, We are glad to hear (hat our old friend "Lighthouse" Taylor has a very young son, born Friday morning. Professor Ohnilod, of the Biology Department, delivered a lecture on ''Evolution to the Logic clnss Tuesday morning.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915
C. LIIMSOEN & SON. Inc. "Jewelers to the Southern People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. College and Fratornlty Medals and Jewelry, I.■'erlfiMnstlr.nl Wares, ami Bronze Tablets. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS- C. Lumsden & Son, Inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, ! 731 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where Silver and Gold is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing, PYLE Established 1880. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET, Suits, Overcoats, Pnnts.FancyVests, Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. Chathani Training School, CHATHAM, VA, A PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Offers three Scholarships In Richmond College. *J Faculty of Richmond College men. *i\ Twelve students now in Rich- mond College. CATALOGUE UPON REQUEST. T. RVLAND SANFORD. Preiidtni
ATTEND Second Baptist Cliurcb Franklin and Adams Sts. Worshipful Service 1 Inspiring Music I Helpful Message I W?rm Welcome I Business Men's Bible Class, 9:30 A. M* Taught ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 May 1915
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PUBLIC GUESTS OF COLLEGE TO-DAY. BALL GAME THIS MORNING, TRACK EVENTS ALL DAY, AND RECEPTION TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
PUBLIC GUESTS OF COLLEGE TO-DAY.
BALL GAME THIS MORNING, TRACK EVENTS ALL DAY, AND RECEPTION TO-NIGHT.
Field Day iiiiw year promises to i"' a rip-snorting wooes*, judging from the report of the field Day Committee. 'i here will be the usual nark event*, with nwlraming raoaa <m the lake In the after* nootti Prises will be «ivcn far Bret, second, and third In all of the events. Indications are thai several records will iir shattered, Captain Durham I un iii raise the record in the shot-put. The mile rim ami broad jump reoorda ere likely to go also, Prom (In 1 standpoint of the spectator, 11 r event) should i«' more Interesting than any otbet Held 'lay heretofore The reasons an- obvious, There iH a l>ur squad of track athletes, ami the participa- tion nf several members of the base-ball team whnuhi make every evenl olosoand exciting. In the lIHI-yanl dash a (aster Held never toed ihe mark for Richmond College—Crolg, CNoil, and Liggon, Another pretty event will !«• the...
DEAN METCALF TALKS AT VESPERS. TWO BEAUTIFUL SOLOS SUNG BY MRS. GUIGON-CHORUS CHOIR SINGS ANTHEM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
DEAN METCALF TALKS AT VESPERS.
TWO BEAUTIFUL SOLOS SUNG BY MRS. GUIGON-CHORUS CHOIR SINGS ANTHEM.
There would not. have been found more soui-inspiiiiiK Deaeefulnesa than in our auditorium las' Sunday afternoon rould one have gaxed at the purple-heathered vista of the cheviots, half-ruddy i" the glow of a Scot tilth Miiri»*t, or lain Oft pappy-aoented bill-aldu on the Lethean [ales, listening to the music Of the spheres The cloUdl were aomnolent on their beds of blue eteraitj The very atmosphere dung motionless lo ihe earth. The lake was B perfei't gray-toned portrnit of highest art combined with wildest nature,
\n,l :i| one sat sensing it all, the eboir marching up the aisles singing the Pro* ccssiiinal, he fcnred to breathe, lest, ids beautiful fantasy be tinged with realism, Mrs. (luigon, the sohust of the after- noon, sunn two snored sunns. Her voice win clear, modulate I, anil rich, evidencing careful training and consistent prspMoo, But that's no! laying all. ...
TIGERS TRIUMPHANT IN SATURDAY'S GAME. DEFEAT SPIDERS WITH 7 TO 3 SCORE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
TIGERS TRIUMPHANT IN SATURDAY'S GAME.
DEFEAT SPIDERS WITH 7 TO 3 SCORE.
The Spiders dropped another t'ham- pionabip eorop to iiunipden-Sidnry, 7 to 1, It wan » (jainc losl purely im poor head-work and wild thrown. The Spider* started out well, mating !«•(> ruci in the Bret inning. The Tigttf took the lead in llie fourth inning by worini four runs, ami were own hi d&ngei thereafter, Con pitched liken house alive for three inniii|«a, hut he opened thej fourth by hitting Timrman. Cuter hunted, mid Cox threw wild to «et ThuniiHii at seeoud. Miiftx walked, Hiehiiiond hit iharply to right] and Thiirinati and Carter scored. Hiehiiiond ■tola second. After Oliver and CnrrinK- ton had struck out, Wilson got a scratch hit, ami Bugg :11 "' Biohjnond loored. Two more were added in the lifth. tt'halcy hit to n«li( for one liuhc. Thtir- nmn hunted towards third, and wan out, rill (0 Ancanow. Whaley did not stop at second, and AueaiTow'n throw to third was wild, the runner loorit...
"AS YOU LIKE IT" REHEARSALS IN FULL SWING. PLAY TO BE GIVEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT OF COMMENCEMENT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
"AS YOU LIKE IT" REHEARSALS IN FULL SWING.
PLAY TO BE GIVEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT OF COMMENCEMENT WEEK.
Tin- om< of players ehoeen to evklenoo their hi»lriohi<' ability in thai iiiohl beautiful of Shakespeare's dramas, "A* You Mkc It," urc rehearsing consistently, lor (he |»ikl month liicv li.ivi' been practicing two and three timet n week, The linoi era well memorised, and, under the able ooaching of the Deans, Metealf ud Keller, end Professor) Randy, Montgomery, and Olmsted, the player* jure putting life Into their wort Mil '■'•ii, of Rlehi d, will ooaoh the last two weeks before the big ninlit. putting 'in (he finishing touehei a) the two rehearnlai Tin' play will in- glvon down below the auditorium, In thai open apace between the iiml terreot and the road, A platform will be built, (ivc feel In height, The scenery will be Ardenistle enough to fool ii Touohirtone, and the costumes, fur- Dished i,y Joseph G, Plaohiw A Son, will l)i:«» much likf thoee worn in tin' days ...
FUN-MAKERS LIVELY AND LAUGHABLE. BAD NIGHT MAKES SMALL AUDIENCE REAL TALENT DISPLAYED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
FUN-MAKERS LIVELY AND LAUGHABLE.
BAD NIGHT MAKES SMALL AUDIENCE REAL TALENT DISPLAYED.
All those who hud two bits Left, alter Home two weeks of college rush -di mending gaiety, braved the threats of some few dusky clouds, and heard the College Pun-Makers in their frivolous fandango Friday night. A number of the Faculty were present, besides visitors from the city. The stage was set in true Fields and Doekatader fashion. The curtain went up or, rather, slid back to the toe- tinkling rag of an "Opening Overture." cajoled from the thousand strinns by (lie
nimble phalange* ol "Tiny" Wioker, It,,in the rouge-glaring lips of some fourteeti burnt-corkod visage* cams the opening song, FblloWng thai, tlie and men, Milllnwr, Werne, I'rivolt, und Kennedy, ooawjd the "smile that won't nil, ~ir" to tin' face* before them. Torn Huhn. hi* snouldari twltohfng in tlmaj song " Night-Time Down in Dixie-Land"] Juki- I'rivcill, in Ids cli'iir lenor, Ming "V.in Arc the Ro*e of My Heart)...
THANKS TO TIMES-DISPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
THANKS TO TIMES-DISPATCH.
To ihe Timet'Ditjiatch The Ou.u.- <:un wishes to extend lluinks for the use of Ihe OUtS from which were printed Ihe pictures on Ihe first page. This is not the first til"'' this brother publication (if we may he hii brawn to cull it men) bus assisted us, and saved us some of the hard-earned. They are ever ready to help us in inn endeavors, and we appre- ciate il.
BIG DAY THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
BIG DAY THIS.
If all the big days of (lie College yeur wire rain-storms 10-day would be 11 cloud-bursl in the heart of a timiind- piit.hed Sahara; lishes 10-dny ivoiild be the elder brother of .loniib's whale; umsieiil compositions would have the rhythm o( a l.i/.si. the intensity of ■ Beethoven, the melody of a Schumann, and the doodle-dee-doodle of's Chopin, To yum uncongenial comrades, Mr. Essay dc Emerson and Mr, Binomial Theorem, you have bid adieu for ti day. Chid in a crimson and heliotrope Vernon Castle sini'i and white flannel troiuen like bold I'crcival (I'Toole wears, you ure "rooting" for your class hero. Che concenlrnlcd solution of Ihe Queen of Shcbii, Helen of Troy, and Carrie Nation, by your sale, is clapping her hands in harmony that in, unless old Jupiter PlUVitlS stubs his toe and weeps. If so, >mi me consulting Spanish dictionaries for sulphurous epithets beosuse the foot* dinners cun'l lieal Ihe cinders Il is, or should be, a strenuous day. The fair que...
A WELL-SCRAPPED TUSSLE, BUT WE HAVE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
A WELL-SCRAPPED TUSSLE, BUT WE HAVE IT.
The sentence which Tag Comjooun has wished I" have grading Its pages may he written now Student Hell'- Government lias Bean Adopted a! Richmond Collage, Thadnum of dreams has Dome true. Ring the liell. walehiuali. Sky-hooting about among the satellites and nky-eorapsm for a year, the Idea swooped down, and soon it will go to work. ll is nol necessary, or oven advisable, to ko on enumerating the boundless benefits in store, bet lis not vision a Utopia, resplendent In happy perfection, Our endeavor means its success, We must have faith, but "faith without works is dead," It took bruins to frame up the Constitution brains are necessary to future luoeeas in the Constitution's correct Interpretation, There can lie no laying down on the Job, We can't push the button, sit back in our easy chairs smoking a cork-tip until the bell-boy curries up our -w ■ iiiilk-slmkcs. We must go after 'em. Hut a word about the meeting at)oUl the 'spunk evidenced...
EXCELLENT SHOWING AT BALTIMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
EXCELLENT SHOWING AT BALTIMORE.
A I rack sipiad, composed ol Captain Durham, Cralgi Taliaferro, Harrup, ('bccliiiun, and Manager Leslie, repre- ■ented Richmond College ai Baltimore on .May 7th and Mb, in the South Atlantic Meet, held at II BWOOd Field, under the ausplcei of Johns Hopkins University, The tnp was made by boat from Wesi Point, and return by the same route, leaving Richmond Thursday even- ing and returning Sunday morning. Tim allowing made by our team Ibis, year was highly Creditable, and the Spider Bupporten in Baltimore were greatly pleased at the Improvement over past years. In the preliminaries held on Fri- day, Durham qualified In the discus and shot; Craig won hit heal in the 330- -yard hurdles; Ilarrup placed well in the 4-10-yard diiHb, mid, with ('licithaul mid Taliaferro in the long distal,,. l'U£tf mi
I Sal unlay, all ihe men were placed, iin tlm limits, on Saturday, Durham I placed in thu shot-put, giylng us the only I point to our credit, in the...
COLLEGIAN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915
There Will be no ,-ii el Kin of ihe editors ami business managers of Tub Collegian Wednesday, May [9th. The hour of election mil be announced In chapel Tuesday morning. There are several affair! tO be settled. A ciniiniUli'c will be appointed lo consul! villi Ihe D.6V, Mli, are nboiil plans for ue.\( year the advisability of a constitution and minor matters, li is absolutely necessary for every mm, in College to In' on baud with nil his gray mailer, Don't spend that iifleriiooti endeavoring to play tennis it In tidwford, or lisli ii In ililiutiitite. He there with the big voice.