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DR. BINGHAM SPEAKS AT Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

DR. BINGHAM SPEAKS AT Y.M.C.A.

The regular meeting of the V. M. C. ,\. Inst week was addressed by Dr. Bingham, who gave us a very practical talk on " i\ iiai Is Heal Religion? or. Religion as Applied In the Business Life." Many excellent suggestions were thrown out, and :In is" win i were present agreed that Dr. Bingham's talk was one of practical interest to us both as students mid as individuals facing the problem of ad- justing Ihe business i>f our life to our religious ideals.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
JOHNNY WICKER MAKES FIRST JURY ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

JOHNNY WICKER MAKES FIRST JURY ADDRESS.

Willi his mother and father, attentive spectators, seated new by, John I Wicker, Jr., young attorney, ~»it at the pastor of I,l'iKh-Slreel ItuptiM Church, made hi* maiden speech reeonily tmforo m Jury in the Hustings Court, and acquitted himself excellently, according in those who heard him, The ease ji h 111.'11 DJ Unlit Drew, sixteen-year-old colored hoy, charged wiih the murder of Virginia Musgrove, a colored u,irl, fifteen years old, Attorney Wicker pietnred the nCOUSed lad ns a misguided youth, who had never had a chance, and, therefore, should not he held to stl'tol account. The boy, ii appears, bod esoaped from the reformatory, and whs being detained in the colored detention home on north fourteenth Street when he tried to net away, fn a -<eiiiiii> at the door, which he hiul with the .snperiu- tendont, a pistol lie held in his hand was discharged, killing the Musgrove nill, who was standing al the bead of ilie siaiis, lookin...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CHAMPIONSHIP MEET HERE NEXT YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

CHAMPIONSHIP MEET HERE NEXT YEAR.

The fourth annual m<Mtittg df the Board Of Directors of the Boutll Atlantic lnler- oolleglate Athletic Association wbi held Saturday night In Baltimore at the Johns Hopkins Club The following college members of i I><9 Association wen represented! Johns Hopkins, Georgetown I Diversity, Oeorge Washiiigion University, Catholic Uni- versity, si. John's College, Washington ami Lea University, University of V*u> (linin, ('nivei'siiy of North Cnrolitia, Virginia Polyteehnin Institute, and ftleh- tlioml College. Dr. .1. w. II I'ollind, oi Washington and Lee University, was re-elected to serve liis lli hi I year as President. It. K. Cove, Si. John's College, was elected li'irst Vice-President! Dr. Kenl J, Brtfwn, of the University of North Carolina, second Vice-President; Professor I. C. MoNomar, ol Qeorgo vy«anington Uni- versity, Secretary, mid W, I. I'iUi, of the University of N'irginia, Treasurer. The javelin throw was added to the list...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN ] The Richmond College and Westhsmpton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, In Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2. KDITOKIAI. BOARD. J. A. (JARTKK, - • Kl)lTi)lt-lN-Clll»lf rLOJUMjqj Huston, l, A , 11) .., K „ 1T „„u., N . l 'uin WESTON HUISTOW, I™ ' """ K.STKU.IO KKMPKIt. I i v ii'"w!i"ky AM ' Aasocuw Buttress, DAVE HA ; iTi':uFir,i.ii. I MANAOKMUN'r. ItOOKK MlU.lll.lKlt, - Bdsmibss sLuuos* MAUUAKKT .lAMKH.) c W Mi'ul''' AiwT Hl " 1, Man * < "" m '' l(, 1,. IHIKKIIBB, 1 All buolneso BUttSrS SIUSM t>o uddreised to the Buslhobb Manager. All olhor matters should conio to tho Kdlloi-in-Clttei. We tlintl tic fUwt to handle any students' communication!! with due consideration. All unsigned corroHjumdence will not tie putilliilied. FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1915.

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"GREAT CÆSAR'S GHOST" PLAYED AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

"GREAT CÆSAR'S GHOST" PLAYED AT WESTHAMPTON.

A passer-by would hardly have recog- nized liie colonnades of Wcslhuinplon on the evening of Thursday, April 30th. At Ihe entrance to Ihe lower was Ihe Hign, "Entrance to Opart House." Under- Death the arch were tables decorated with wild (lowers ami promising signs of a coming repast, \ Moti.i.v Citnwii Kvrui Up Ihe stairs, with large eigne haying "This way please," went who? What. Why, the Senior fathers and Junior toothers, tugging then too playful soiih and daughters, I In' Sophomoren, all dressed in the. "glad nigs" of a party at the opera. At the entrance proper, tickets were taken up, and programs, in the true Roman style tiny scrolls -were niveii to ouch delighted member of the audience, CIIAIUIINII Dl IT Miss Mary Clny and Miss Kli/.nbclh l.nve, both of wlioin have voices of recog- nized quality, delighted the audience with "Chinatown." Then "Tipperary," as an nicnrr, wan c\en belter than the Bral. FlNI', AnVKH'riHKMKNTH. A...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DELIGHTFUL REFRESHMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

DELIGHTFUL REFRESHMENTS.

Orange ice and fancy enkeii woe nerved down in the coo) archway, and the moon added Itl charm to the enjoyable scene So closed one of the happiest evenings of the year, and for its pleiwiire the freshmen receive hearty thanks,

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
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MR. BRYAN SPEAKS AT VESPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

MR. BRYAN SPEAKS AT VESPERS.

Mr (Jeorge Bryan, Of tIW Richmond Imr, delivered v mOSI xcliohuly uddreim at vesper sorvioee lacl Sunday, May 2d, to a large and appreciative audience, \ller showing how many nation* of the world's history had bean deprived of the vineyard aa busbandtnwa, the speaker reminded us of the (runt pre now hold in the ureal opportunities thai lire OUTS, in the possession which Americans have as husbandman of a portion of this vineyard, which has been taken from other nations by the lxird of the vineyard, lie que*- Iloned whether Aineriea, M a whole, IB rendering U) the Lord of the vineyard the fruit* which the vineyard hlioiiM yield, but he declared thai he was not pesauniatlo aa to America's future in the hands of Americans, yet he would have all men consider the one great fact that in the husbandry of thw vineyard there are two attitudes, and only two one, of purely pemf/iial emolument; the other, tin abiding interest in the welfare of our neighbor. If ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT.

Brook Anderson to Fox, a new (rack BIMJ! " Hey, thnrel What sort of a stride do yon etili that, « fox trot?" —o — First .Student: "Do you believe Hamlet wtw ernr,y?" Sei'owl Student: "Sure." First Studont: " What's your proof?" Second Student: "lie saw his father's ghosl, nod didn't hit him for money." —o — At college lied learned to say "rawthah." lie went, back home to his "uiawthah." lie said, " How d'ye dough? So gluwd, down't ye knough." Ami the Mow almost killed his "ftuvthtir." —o — (larciti: "I'm going to (lernmny, to join the army." Friend: "You're too young to do that.' (iareiii: "Oh, I'm going to join the infantry." —o— Mr. Bishop has lately published a new hook, whoso title is "Tho Ideal Letter- Writer." We recommend lliis book to our readers no a worthy production from one whoso experience in the scribbling art has made him campus-wide famous, —o— O'Flahcrty: "Who is the most economi- cal man you know?" "Senator": "The most economica...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

NEWS ITEMS.

CoMh Dobsou will tench in Hie I'ni- versity of Illinois this siiimimier. Details next weok. Miss Margaret Micliie, who has been teaching at the Slnt.e Mission Set I, in Buchanan county, wag the gueHf, of Miss Mabel Henderson for the week end

Miss Sara Thomas spent the ftlft day ol M11 a Ith Mil i rankle Thompson at Hiindolph-Macon College, Lynchburg Mrs. Kate l.unglcy Bnshir la going to give some of her chaining readings to the Chi Bpallon Literal ■ n I ues- day next, Miss Frances Tompkins had as her guest thin week her grandmother, Mrs. M. IS, Tompkjns, of Fredericksburg, Va. Wiley Wood iiinl ]■'~ \. Canlner spent several days at their homes, hi NorfoU and Franklin, respOCtivalj , last peek. \b■ ■ Alpha M vrile Durham is upending -i vera) daj In Rio \ lata and Richmond, visiting her brother Waiter, Residents of Mumpville this week: Bishop, while, Saunders, Bmitb, 9. H., Wi.lkei, Harris. Hill, and Nobhn. <; -ge boss (reading the famous Jaques line* ln"As f...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

™ 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. Goody ear Raincoat Co., 221 E. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. FULTON BRICK WORKS, MANUFACTURERS OF BTTIX-DIIfcTQ- MATEEIAL AND BUILDING CONTRACTORS. OUR SPECIALTIES Sand Pace Re-Pressed Brick, Colonial Brick, Red Stretcher*, Fire Brick, (Hazed Headers, Hire Clay. Terra Coitn Partition*, Paving Brick, Sewer Brick, Lime, Cement, Sand, Sewer and Drain Pipe, Terra Cot in Flue Lining. The only Brick Plnnl In the South equipped to furnish any quantity of common Building Brick on short notice. ■VVM. J. PAHMIHII, IM'liprlotlM'. I.MTIHI.ISIIIII i Mlif., R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., iMl'ilk I BUS AND UHAI URS IN Staple and Fancy Groceries, Curers of "Virginia Peanut" Hams and Bacon. 814, 816, and 818 EAST MAIN STREET, aq £ul?J2sca»oy. RICHMOND, VA. J. W. Fergusson & Sons 4 printers ■* fcwt...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

C. LUMSDEN & SON, Inc. "Jewelers i« the Southern People." Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. College end Fraternity Medal* and Jewelry, Ecclesiastical Wares, and Bronze Tahlals. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS' C. Lumsden & Son, Inc., Goldsmith)! end Silversmiths, 731 E. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Where Silver and Gold Is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning, Dyeing, and Pressing, v V L C Established 1880. 315-317 N, FIFTH STREET. Suits, Overcoats, Pants,FancyVests> Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. Chatham Training Sctiool, CHATHAM, VA. A PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Offers three Scholarships in Richmond College. \ Faculty of Richmond College men. % Twelve students now in Rich- mond College. CATALOGUE UPON REQUEST. T. RVLANO SANFORI), President.

ATTEND Second Sapiisf H Franklin ana Adams Sts. Worshipful Service 1 Inspiring Music I Helpful Message! Warm Welcome 1 Business Men's Bible Class, 9:30 A. M* Taught by Dean ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 May 1915

lAUTO SUPPLIES EXCLUSIVELY, "Right Goods Right 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, I TURKISH AND ROMAN BATHS. I IIC J L*iiCiW\jZskJiS 9 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 9, $1.50 each. W.S.TANNER PAINT CO. MANUFACTURERS OF 1303 E. Main Street, RICHMOND, VA. WARE & DUKE^ [Printers anb [fiubltsbers, esp «I« *U 17 Governor Street, RICHMOND, VA. Stotfohers and Engfavers to those who know. VIRGINIA STATIONERY COMPANY, No. 915 BABT MAIN STREET. THE NEEDED AUTO REPAIRS H4 are not done by guess work ...Ei&ll&s; Hf\ here. We know exactly where I the trouble lies, and have both jfftft 1 the skill and facilities to remove 1 il - We BU «B est that il is far Xlfflß\n //\l H wiser and more economical to, (/CT Vy»j6»>...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915

The Richmond Collecgian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

RICHMOND OOU,K(iE AND WEBTUAMPTON COLLEGE, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1915.

Vol. I.

No. 21

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
YELLOW JACKETS WHIPPED ON HOME GROUNDS. LEAGUE ENDS IN HOPELESS TIE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915

YELLOW JACKETS WHIPPED ON HOME GROUNDS.

LEAGUE ENDS IN HOPELESS TIE.

The Spiders, once imam pulled I lie " never »a,v die" ui'i, Mini, OOEMotfl,lianl Iv, a hopeloMs tic nf tin' four OOllegM in till' Kasirrn Virginia intercollegiate Athletic AnHiii'iiilioti is the I'chiill. It la tdii lute now to piny tin' tic off, lv\iimiii:itiiiii:- ni'c iti band, Mini it's impossible lo arrange the KiiltlCN, 11 is a lingular faol lluit cud) (cum Im.H linked the other, mid, m inni, been linked. The game Saturday tru v oorktTi but, with Christy Cox's i line I'rtllr, III!' I»1'-t tin- Vcllow Jackets ciiulil garnet mm his offerings wus tivi' bIQHMVi The Vcllow Jttrkcts were t he lust Id druw bbod in lh mli'ht. In the third InrdngCsptain Mar* ton drovoe high one over left held for n hnme inn Rich- mond ' 'ollegedid mil score until the sixth, although it locked good for a ncore In the Bnt frame, when O'Neil led off : wit 11 11 double In lelt, wn.s siiertlieed to third by Liggon, bill Wat cau...

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WICKER MODE OF ELECTION SATISFACTORY. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CANDIDIDATES ELECTED WITH CELERITY AND EASE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915

WICKER MODE OF ELECTION SATISFACTORY.

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CANDIDIDATES ELECTED WITH CELERITY AND EASE.

The MM promulgated by Johnny Wicker in Ins eoiistitlilinriiil aiueiid- meritH wrw put into practice Thursday last. iadj found to be excellent. The voters entered the Junior' Law room to vote at the most convenient time, and j there swiftly, but surely, cast thcit vole for l.heir (itvoritcs, There was no lnich

in the machinery; no opportunity for crookedness, nor mistakes on the part of either the voters or tellers. The following Off! s were elected for the year 1010 '10! President Newton Ancorrow, Vice-President • "Jake" I'rivoll. Secretary .hie Leslie. Publicity Censor Coach Dobson, < Ihief Rooter Joe Lt ilie of Base-Bail- R.C MoDanlel, Assistant. Manager of Bnnr-Bell-i "Dick" Wood. Manage? of Track "Mike" Hutchin- son. Aaststant Manager of Truck "Rod" Williams. .Manager of Tenuis— W. 11 Blgby, fixectltlVO Committee- T .1 Col.urn, X li Anderson, Lee Liggon, H...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
BLUE RIDGE STUDENT CONFERENCE. What It Means to the Colleges of the South. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915

BLUE RIDGE STUDENT CONFERENCE.

What It Means to the Colleges of the South.

DitrillK tile hint lew weeks we Imve Mid inneh llboVll the great Student t'oti- h'li'iiie which will lie held ill Ithte Itiduv, V 0 . .lime loth In 24th, IVnelh all] every -tainliiiii Doilege nl the Smith will he ri|neseiiiei| by big deli'imtions. rtlcbt , iiioii.l College musl twi be in tlie pearl rank*, li U altnosl Imperative thai nra , h'i\i' live men nl letWi to iitfcnd lids J ('nill'ei'enee this ycur. The V. M. ('. A. will do nil in it* pawn to aid those wishing l<) ({(>, hill it is eei'tiiinly worth v little < |M>rxontd siirrilirr to -petid ten ditvs in IUSh nti enviioiitiieiil. 'I'hese lest ininiiiiils, from well-known college presidi'lits nnd professors, nive n« agood fnalghl Intowhnl the Conference standi for. Writes hi. i-:. M. Poteat, the ftteei .Inn 0l I'liioeni I niversily: "For sevet'id yam 1 hnve been n B6gU" ; Inr iitteiK.le.nl nt this Cnnfefenee, mid I

I neVOT s...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
ULTRA-SUCCESSFUL FIELD DAY. Durham Wins All-Round Athlete's Medal. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915

ULTRA-SUCCESSFUL FIELD DAY.

Durham Wins All-Round Athlete's Medal.

I The liesi annual Sold day to be held ' !by Richmond College on it" new iu> < diiitii lield at Westhiunplon proved to [be n hune sin-cess. Only one record was I broken, that, being when Captain Dur ham set a new mark for the high i jump. The events were closely finished nlid hard fought. BipecisJly close wen the dashes, In laoti no man finished with more than a scant lead of inches The most spectacular apish of the day was (tiven when the hist event, the mile run, wits BlOgad. Pour of the live entrants were wcl! bimrhnd nil the way. Turner r:\rly took the lead,

1 with Cheatham U close second, mid | Taliaferro mid Sutlcrlichl logging along at third place Thin alignment eon- tinned until the linal lap of the ipiarler- mile (nick, Then Turner was passed by Cheatham and then by Taliaferro. The real rare I hen begOD It the beginning Of the home stretch, ('heel ham led Taliaferro by I live-yard dil...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON ELECTS OFFICERS. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT CHOOSE NEW MANAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915

WESTHAMPTON ELECTS OFFICERS.

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT CHOOSE NEW MANAGERS.

On Tuesday, May 4th, ihe officers of the Westhiunpioii Student Government Association were elected. Nominations had been made and posted by the Com- mittee from the Council, and there were alio nomlnfttloni from the floor. The voting was close nnil very interesting, The following were elected: President, Stella Cardan; House President, Kathleen Bland; Vice-President, Margaret James; Treasurer, Florence Smith; Secretary, Bdytbe Neblette, Of course, the lirsl year of :iny organi- zation iH a most erilienl time, and SO in the Westhiunpioii Assoriiilion there huve been many crises in this, their Rrsf year. Hut, they have heen safely passed, and Student Government is a working or- ganisation, That is ivli.-il tile officers of Ull I 'In have done, and righl well ami faithfully have they performed their part. Imperially to Celeste Anderson, President, and Louise Renins, House

' P...

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WESTHAMPTON FIELD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915

WESTHAMPTON FIELD DAY.

While VVosthampton'didn'l attempt to pull off any field day like tin' splendid one of Riobmond College, still they did have some Interesting sport on the after- noon of Monday, May 17th. The Freshmen wore against 'he Upper C|aOß| and the score v as 10 to .V.I in favor of the Freshmen, The individual scores were; Knuly Gardner, hist place, _>.'i points; Dorothy Gary, second place, 17 points; Florence Smith, third place, Hi points. The winner of first place, Miss Emily

Gardner! was presented with her letter and no oval-Htmpod silver picture-frame, on which is engraved "Track Ommpion- iihipfor Hliri." The Hcorc-rard runs as follows, with names according to place: HKi-Vard Diudi -Gardner, Brooken- borough, (iwallnev. Standing High Jump Tie between Hroekenboi-ougli, Gary, and Smith. .W-Yiird Dash (liirdner, Blind, Gary Standing Broad Jump Smith, o feet 4 inches; Htoneman, Decker, 8»7)4 r.asket-Hn.ll Throw Gardner, (12 feet ti inches; Ulnml, AMI; Wnll...

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MUST GET THE BIG MEET. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915

MUST GET THE BIG MEET.

bast week we made mention of the foot thai Ihe big Track Mccl would be held here next. year. Hut, upon Inquiry, we find that there must be some spending of tl old raasums before those big teams din come here to compete, The track must be built it). There me a thousand things to do. And all this costs money a big bunch of money. Hut a college must be advertised. No matter if it has the fame of a Harvard, ii must be advertised constantly, Our College is practically new, in some senses of the word, If we pull off this mccl here next year we will be putting our- selves, athletically, on s par with Hopkins and Virginia. They will lie recognizing OM status of worth when I hey come line to compete And so, witness the ad- vert isemcnl , The work on the track won't bankrupt any Wall streets, and the good it will do Richmond College cannot lie estimated in terms of dimes and four-bit pieces.

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