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NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914

NEWS ITEMS.

Weston Hiislow spent 'thanksgiving I lav nl lush.hoc in Miihllc.-evi ily. "Dave" Siillerlieid ma le a Hying vital to Chiton forge last week. "Hal " Iboiohlus spenl "Ihe holidays" hunting at be-In at West Point, Tdlery, 'Id, Ihe famous Iraek ".star," was mingling with the fellows on the CampUS last week. Miss Lucy b. Murray ami Mis, Mice M. Wood, both of Baltimore, spent the week end With Ml- Mac I, Keller Miss Emily Minnigeroile, of Lynchburg, was the gucsl of Miss I'lorelice Huston lor (be Thanksgiving holiday \|,., Sadie bell, ol Newport News, spenl Ihe week cud Willi her sisler, Miss Man bell, .1, 11. (larber spent last Sunday with friends ol Randolph-Macon. John did not make it Known I hat he was from Richmond College, I )r. Wagner, Professor of balm in Roanoke College, was the recent guest of Dr \V. A. Montg y, of our Latin Departmenl "Kid" O'Neill enjoyed a visit from his brother Charlie, of Ihe '13 oil during Thanksgiving week, Charlie grOOtly enjoyed our vi...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WHERE STUDENTS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914

WHERE STUDENTS PREACHED SUNDAY.

s. 0. Owen supplied for the pastor al Crewe, Vn. s. s Hill tilled mi appointment for one of the Petersburg pastors, W, 1,. Davis preached for Pastor Brannoek al Ridge Sunday morning. The utter conducted a Thohkaglvlng soi vice for the .1 i» i \ m at Ridge on. ihe same day. 11. w Connelly eonduoted services al the Soldiers' Home, nud West on Dristuw ni the ('v v Home, morning ami afternoon, respectively, 11. N. Gardner, 'I', ff, Beaaley, and W. B, Covlngtoh conducted services for thi- ll. V. P, I', ill Wcsthaniplini Baptist Church Sunday evening,

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON BASKET-BALL GAMES IN FULL SWING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914

WESTHAMPTON BASKET-BALL GAMES IN FULL SWING.

"Sophs" vb. Bbooho PiumhmUk. On Monday last the deciding game between tbeSeoond Fcsabman team unit the "Sophs" w;is pl.iycd. The gnini" was hard fought, ulid I lirec minules before time the score stood 7 to 6, the "rats" leading. But 0, Qwalhmsy saved the day for the "Septus" w throwing c goal from the other .side of Ihe In 1,1 and «uvc them the vlolory 7 to 8 .IiNIOHs vs. I'lliHl' I'll SHMAN. The si ol name between 'lie •lumor.s and Freehman renilted in another n for the "rats," the SCOWS beiU{ '■ The lost match game of I ,11 con IV Monday November 1,. between the "Sophs" and tht I it Freshman. Westhiimpt.m 'Vm litj t *p»el I i ij ihe Richmond v. w \ anil Mi I - id Woman's t lollege titan earl;

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
FOOT-BALL TEAM GIVEN BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914

FOOT-BALL TEAM GIVEN BANQUET.

On Saturday night, after the foot-ball game, ihe entire fool-hall squad Wll I " lertailied at a liampiet in the main dining hall ai Murphy's Hotel This banquet woe given by the student body, aided by some ol ihe alinnni. in appreciation of Ihe splendid work at this year's (oot-ball team. It is an annual affair al in any ol QUI lorgl I colleges, mid it is hoped llial such a clislom may lie Inaugurated in our school. Cer- tain it is that Ihe first one was n great 10,, ihe entertainment was designed OS ii chinas lor ~ue of the most successful i m the history ol tins Institution, The cuinpaiiy included ihe (oot-hall squad, many of the officers of the College, ami some "i our most prominent alumni I overs wen' laid (or thirly-live. livery one lied on n common footing, and every one had a most enjoyable tune. It wns Willi a sigh of relief thai (he "Vur- it v n sal down lethe table, fur no more were the stringent rules of training, the hard wearisome gri...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
ETA CHAPTER FIGURES PROMINENTLY IN KAPPA ALPHA CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914

ETA CHAPTER FIGURES PROMINENTLY IN KAPPA ALPHA CONVENTION.

The second Hiennial Council of S. /.. Amnion I'rnvinei , Is. A. il DSisting of Virginia, West \'irgini:i, Delaware, Maryland, and the District nf Columbia, met vi Richmond on November 27th and '.IMb, nil i \ large number of delegates attended (he Council from these various Stales. A tltntnttntt was given at Iho Jefferson Hotel from -I to 7 o'clock on Saturday evening, in which Eta Chapter figured very prominently, The alumni chapter of Richmond gave a banquet to the visiting delegates on Saturday night at the Jeffei on Il is yen likely ibid the National Con- vention, which is the fiftieth anniversary of the Order, will be held in Richmond next vent.

Hoblul. entering the Ninlh and Wesl- liumpton curat Stop No. ill: "Conductor, give me v round l rip I ickel to Richmond."

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
COACH DOBSON WILL SPEAK AT Y.M.C.A. "NUFF SED!" [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914

COACH DOBSON WILL SPEAK AT Y.M.C.A. "NUFF SED !"

The v. M. c. \ of Richmond College wants lo stand for everything dial is Worth while in our College life. We believe thai (he V. M. C. A, exists solely lo help each of us, individually, to be stronger and better men, and lo help establish Ihe reputation lor our College us the builder of sturdy Christian man- hood To this end we have 11l Irving lo arrange our programmes. The mosl of our meetings, so far, have been con- diiclcil entirely lo our fellow students, who have talked frankly lo us on our mrioua College problems. Dr. Mills, who spoke two weeks ago, was Ihe Brat outside man invited this term. Others, may be on tin' programme next term, but we promise they shall be men lhat our College men will want to bear. Hul we felt that this term's programme, would not be complete if the "man of the hour" of Richmond College should mil be on our programme, This is not, tbc only reason we bine asked Coach Holism: to speak Thursday night...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914

pCOOD FOR THE 6YEB-1 ■ THE S. GALESKI CO. ■ H M.ln.itS i— , 333 Ult, I I tighth st. jHeWBs troa * •*•*!

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 2 December 1914

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Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

Vol. I.

RICHMOND COLLEGE AND WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914.

No. 3.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
GERMAN UNIVERSITIES DISCUSSED. DR. DINGUS DELIVERS INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

GERMAN UNIVERSITIES DISCUSSED.

DR. DINGUS DELIVERS INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE LECTURE.

To an interested and appreciative hotly of sludenls, anil soini! visitors, Dr. Dingus, I'tiifessor of (ierintin, delivered a lecture Tuesday afternoon. His sub)aot was "Sonic Aspect* of a (lonium University." lie has s(tidied in the beat colleges in our country, and also in the I'nivcrsity of Berlin, (lennany. So he treated his subject from an American student's point of view. He ably discoursed ennoerning the German student and the (ierman profetSor, comparing them with the type familiar to us, The lecture system was touched upon, telling how tin student is compelled to attend lectures. He re- marked Concerning the absence of the so- called "college spirit"—the lack of rivalry between colleges. To a lliehinond Col- lege student these conditions are incom- prehensible. CtiU'iiitAi, Tkaininci AUUSAOT AOQUimtO, In the German educational system the general or cultural training »f young m...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CHAMPIONS! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

CHAMPIONS!

From left to right, Top Row—Cosbt, Duhrum, Couuiin, Anubbson, McNbii,, Coach DomoK, Oakrh, Hutchinson, J. Wicbbh. Middle Row—Kohins, Newton, C. Wicker, Ancabkow (Captain), Pollard, Logan, Privott. Bottom Row—Kodbn and Cuaio,

Under the skilful management of K. H. Anderson, the Hpicter foot-hull team has juat finished a very successful season' Everybody now turns to basket-hall. Hut, lirHt, let's take v good look tit these sturdy hoiih of the " Kod atul illuo," who fought so well against every odd, and who brought the second championship lo Hiehmoml College in its many years, BefOn w« take tip thi' warriors, it hccius not inappropriate to speak a few words of eoiniueiidiitioti concerning the spirited manager, When m Bay he proved capable, from 11 bUlintMl polot of view, wo are not saying enough. 80 we'll supple- ment that with the sincere remark that there is nut a more conscientious, more hard-working, more college-spirited man in College than Hruoka Anderson. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
FOOT-BALL BOYS HAVE BIG TIME. ENTERTAINED ”ACROSS THE LAKE.” [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

FOOT-BALL BOYS HAVE BIG TIME.

ENTERTAINED ”ACROSS THE LAKE.”

In order that the foot-hall men of Richmond College might know how appreciated their splendid work lin.- been by the Westhamptim students, the Sclf-(iovernnienl Association gave them an impromptu parly Saturday evening, December sth. After some minutes of pleasant chatter in the "Blue Room" j the entire, assembly was told to go into the dining-room. Surely refreshments were I not to he served thai early? And yet, why the dining-room? Soon that, idea was dismissed, as slips of paper were passed around on which were written the names of different well-known colleges. And on the walls were hung pennants to correspond to the names on the slips. But still the crowd wn.s in darkness until Mr. Joe Leslie ascended a chair, and, after much ringing of hells and clapping of hands on his part, he succeeded iv getting every one's attention. A Track Meet. Then he stated that there was to bo a track meet between the colleges ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
PHILOLOGAINS WIN DEBATE. DEFEAT MU SIGS IN FIRST INTERSOCIETY DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

PHILOLOGAINS WIN DEBATE.

DEFEAT MU SIGS IN FIRST INTERSOCIETY DEBATE.

The first of the series of three inter- society debates to be held this session took place in the auditorium Friday, December <:tb, at 8:30 I. M. Instead of the usual "open nights," which the Philologians and Mv Sigma Rho have in December, they decided to join in wei-

coining the. public to Ihe deliale. A large audience of We.-ilhnmplon ami othei visiting ladies, Mv Sigs, cheering on their team, mid I'hilologians, decorated with the society colors, purple ami while, grceteil the debaters when I hey eini i the platform The subject wu.s, " /iVnoiW, Thai industrial abputtn In tho United states should I"' set lied by compulsory arbi- tration." The affirmative was upheld by the Mv Sigma Khos, whose repn . ,i ativea were C. C. Wchslcr and (',. '['. Terrell; the negative, hy the I'lulohigiaiis, whose representatives were Weston Drifts tow and W. L, Davis. The argument was. based on the issues, Has th...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CAN GET NEWS BUT CASH ELUSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

CAN GET NEWS BUT CASH ELUSIVE.

id.ni-1., when you notlog bho twin blank columns on page 3i do nol think we me incapable of tilling thi in with reading muller. The.v are spaces net aside mi advertising matter, the idling of which every week melius only e\lrn expoUBS, and Ihe Business Manager's lieiisui'i'-i'liesl is not leaking liunk notes. I (it I I, 'I'm. <' ■, i. i. i. >, i\ n i- sniiiewhul like ihe Kaiser's army, it's up to you in save it from down-fall, There is nosupet- iiliimdiitieciil iiieiehiiiils in (own who lire anxious to pari with llie "hiinl-eaiiii'd." We are not being smothered in sub- scriptions, If we succeed in giiiiranteeing this paper for ihe year, ihe alumni are lo be vooiforou sly thankedi . Readily ami. eagerly do they eomo to our aaslstanoeJ Don't let tho alumni college spirit ocllpsq the hludi'iil body eollcge spiril. Yon] hud plenty Ol lung power al I.lie [out-bflll glum how iilioul sonic liiuineiid poweij now, iluuigli ii rnaj mean a sacrifice o...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THE ”SCRUBS” GOD BLESS EM [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

THE ”SCRUBS” GOD BLESS EM

On the lirsl page uf this copy ol 'I'm < 'in.i,i:ui \\ line sees 11 picture uf our whole A malty qua 1 Beneath this picture 0111 athletic editor has writ len 11 few words ol eulogistic comment concerning each member, They are deserving of eulogy. Indeed, words are Inadequate to express our admiration our respect for this] duster of warriors. Bui, when we think, la then mil another group of warriors' who deserve almost, if nol fully as much encomium? We refer in the "senilis." 'I'hr ". iiiilis" me the lellOWl who tried, bill (ailed lo iiiuke the leiiin. whose daily eflorts weir mil rewarded, oxeepl with aching limlis and bruises; wlm devilled their entire afternoon to pitting their strength ogttinsl superior. Ami there were tnanj of thenl in fuel, ihe muml* of our College's history cun cite no foot- ball i iimui «hen :-o many men clung until ihe lusi practice hour, knowing themselves us "jusl 'ssorubs.'" Hut, in another sense, they did "make ihe tea...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
STUDENT SELF-GOVERNMENT AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

STUDENT SELF-GOVERNMENT AT WESTHAMPTON.

Keineiiiliei-iiig the strong plea for "Indent M'lf-gDVenimcnl til Kii'hmond College, in tho last iwue of TSU Cola" l.miiAN, Doaaiblj/ yi.il, tin- itudoat. of i;iehninii,i (tallage, would car* to Itnow «bMhiT il is successful " ilcioss the hike " although »" ( quit* thw« i-watM oldi mid, llieii'l'iiic, not entirely linn 00 its | feel, il will 001 be false In say Hint Hliidenl government «• proving a lUt* i ■ Willi the e\eeplioll of a small llUlldflll, the Associalinn has the hearty luieking Of Its members, and in iiccui'diinir nilh ibe co-operation of the students Li the mccen of the orgaoJHttlon guaranteed. Bo It ii'-i- Upon BsWh individiitil student as lo wlietlier, nl Ihe end of Ihe lirsl session of Wt'sthiimptoti College, she can i,„,i, upon v thoroughly orgtu-Ued «ut> ci'ssflll Sltldellt (lovei't'iiiiclit Asuoeialioil, mid say, "That is what I hdpud to make"; ~r (hall she lind her College slewed wMi the iiunieruiw small hoarding-s...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
RICHMOND COLLEGE TO HAVE A VISITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

RICHMOND COLLEGE TO HAVE A VISITOR.

J I Ifielmioiul College will luive a visit fnim Mr. Gordon Potent Friday, Satur- day, and Sunday »f this week. ]| is hoped tlmi he will bi able to iptatk st, gluipcl l'llilaV Mr. Potftttl is the eldest son of Dr. EdWiS M. I'oteal, I'rcsiilenl of Kuriinin I'nivcrsit.y, und is a graduate of both iMiriimn und Louisville Seminary, having just left the lulter. \l liulh of lliesil instilulions he prnvcd his ability U R -.Indent und n leader He is an athlete us well us v .student Some lime ago Mr. I'uleal volunteered to give tI(H life _j a foreign missionary, and it Is a* Traveling s, eri'i.irv of ilii'Siinleiii Volunteer Muve- ment (ha) hi'C'iiiies In us. During his slay here Mr. I'oleni will mccl v nunilicr of religious committees, and will be ill ml to shake hands with every Richmond College man. lie wnnlu In talk with you especially, if you would be Interested In his line of work. Wood says he's a "chip off of the old block." "'

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION OF RICHMOND COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION OF RICHMOND COLLEGE.

This year has iiideeil Mm » year of realised hopes mid flowering ambitions to Uli'liiuolid College. The iilmo-plu'ie is impregnated with chunge, ami thai , change, so fur iik can be judged, bus lu-cii i ollh f«f (be lieller. \ g the thing] to be thankful for ' in our new MiiToiiiiili'igh is the rem Wed spirit of loyalty to Hiehinmid Collage in every way. Never has there lieeil such loyalt) andluofa Brmsupport loall worthy mterpri*ea v bhiayaar, ll win Ibis spirit thai dimniiali'il n niccling of the nunisleriid men uf the Collect early In tha yttt, Wa hml an eiiihiiKiusiie meeting, and reaolvod tq si oni together i"i the promotion of the lie.l Hi evei V walk of life, Well, wluil really huppened was lluil there was organited tin Ministerial V .Minium of Kirhimuul Ciillego. 'I'lie following olfiei'i's were cleeled; I'lv-id'-nl, W. 11, llr.'llilioek, \ lee-l'resideiil, 11. \\ Connolly; Secretary, J, 11, Wiley; Trea- surer, li. L, Binisi...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
R.C.A.A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HOLDS MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

R.C.A.A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HOLDS MEETING.

The I'.xi'iailive Commit! c ( , ~| i|„ Athletic Association held v nies'ling hisl Tuesday oftornooti, Utten were awarded lo the follows whose luces ap|ienr 111 Ihi i -ue of Tin; CiimiiiAX, Inn. ofj aci'ouiit of uiiceriainiy iiliotil the ruling of Ihe constitution, tj». "jambs" m „| ''sOCOnd .-ring men" did hot receive l heir reward. 11 will conm later. It was made known thai, ihe OBSpel period had been BBOUTOd for ihe Athletic \ aoohstlon meeting, ami nominations for malinger mid assist ant manager of fool-ball were made

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THE WRONG SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914

THE WRONG SHORE.

A man fell nut of an tier,,plans'. And lit, kcrphmk, in the _ka lie slunk for sliiire like v. man itiHiiite. And never a word heepakft. Ami when he reached theealterg shore, He looked behind lim, tlun, •Jid iw, .voraef, i weel girls -g wore, And jiiiuped back in nguin.

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