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INSPIRATION AT BLUE RIDGE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
INSPIRATION AT BLUE RIDGE CONFERENCE.
Tiik Cm,l.Khun takes pleasure in saying ii word about Blue Ridge, the homi of Summer Conference? for many Christian organisations. The Conference In which we ore es- pecially interested is the V. M. C. A, Conference, to he held m June, poll year Richmond College had three men at this Conference, and the success of our Christian Association during the past, year has been due largely to instruction and Inspiration gained by our delegates at Woe Ridge. This year Hirhtuoud College should have more reprcsentiilives nl the Con- ference i, c, if ihe representatives are of the right tjfpe. There is BO use sending a man who has no qualities of leadership, because/"- will be the only one benefited. It would be nice for everybody to go, hut the 5. M. ca. is able to nnd only such men as will prove useful to itself in the coming year. To send a man to one of these Conferences who ran Come back to College with a beautiful speech about the many great men...
THE HOME STRETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
THE HOME STRETCH.
The date thai this issue of ThbComjs- OUN COmei OUI the Senior exams, will begin. Now, Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen, turn your "ears" to this call. This is an important lime lor those boys who are picturing themselves in the cap and gown, going the n In Faculty way in Ihe auditorium a few weeks hence They want (o do some good, old-fashioned "digging" these few days. Say, now, come on, and let's show them Ihe Spider spiril, wdiich needs no defining among us. Don't exercise the powers of your melodious voices or swing your analom.v around in their domiciles with too much frequency. flare yourself in their position SOB yourself looking toward thai sheep-skin which, for four years, I hey have worked. Surely we are with them. This article is no reflection upon the best college spiril in Ihe best College in all the land, but only a reminder. Then, occasionally, during Ihose days of their exams., when you see one looking wearied and worn, grab him by the hand, ...
COACH DOBSON SPEAKS AT Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
COACH DOBSON SPEAKS AT Y.M.C.A.
The diiiy iim» to ippear on the regular program of the v. M. ('. a. twice thli yew ii <'oHi'ii Dobton. A large number of (he fellow came out Uuet Tnttnday evening to hew 111■ mv, whom we nil honor 10 inurli, upeiik to UK tbOUl 11>»i value of Christian work iii aooUege. H& urged theneedotn v. M. C. a. building) mid stated thai In l Jlkhikli! thai U inui'ti iffort mni || imii'h money should be spent in the promotion of Chrdtkn work in oitt ooflegps ai in spent for athletics. This, commit fvniii iiioh v ituttt, in worthy Of our gerlolU eoiiHidernlion. Clinch UrgWJ iih (0 give every attention potaible to the new men next full; to help then ftei started right by lining up with the v. m. c. ,v, Mini then he Mid we should ohaae them out on the nlliletie liehl. We promise to do our l>enl to fulfill Coaoh'i desire. The snttuutbuttu Mid training which our live delegates to the Rlue Hiiluc Confluence will bring bank should lie of material Bid ...
FRESHMEN WIN TRACK PRELIMINARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
FRESHMEN WIN TRACK PRELIMINARIES.
On Friday afternoon, May 7th, despite wind and weather, tpiite a number of Wesllmmptoii Student! gathered together for a track meet, in order to get into better practice for Field Day exercises, which came off M,,;,,!,.;,, May 17th. The Freshmen, being in the vast ma- jority, were lined up against the Upper Classmen, Even this could rtol please I hem, and, when the points for (he various stunts were eounled, they were victorious by a score of W to 86 However, there were some rather close matcb» Mabel Henderson and Kathc- rine Anderson for running high jump were an almost equal match, but, finally, Anderson earns otil first. Those winning the highest number of points note: Kalhcrine Anderson, 20; Elisabeth Broekenbrough, 17; Mabel Henderson, 14,
BOAT ON THE LAKE AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
BOAT ON THE LAKE AT LAST.
After all these months of desire on the part of ■ certain crew of bunt-hungry yOUthe, there is | little green skiff riding the miniature billows of the lake. It is not ivs large as the famous Ark, nor yet ns small as certain men's "ships at sen," but decently fnir-siied und substantially constructed, it is owned by ti corpora- tion. Consisting of "Mike" Hutchinson, Titus Beastey, W. E. Durham, Brooks
Aaderaon, "Hod" Williams, "Nick" Carter, T, J, Cohuin, "Senior" Quick, W. 11, Drannork, and "Newtie" Anenr- row. Any fellow wishing to piny sailor may pick up one of the corporation," and, together, they tnny brave the low souh. Certain rules are to be obeyed, Knrh peddler must be fully dressed, mult be careful of his vocabulary, must not land on the t'other side, nnd must re- frain from passing the time o' day with a chltnee co-ed. It ih safe to nssci'l tluil (hail mien will be. strictly obeyed, The fellows cannot consider them over-cautious, when ...
1915-'16 OFFICERS OF CHI EPSILON [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
1915-'16 OFFICERS OF CHI EPSILON
At Ihe regular business meeting for election of ofliecrs for Ihe Chi Kpsilon Literary Society the following wan the result: President, Florence Smith; Vice- I'resident, Eleanor Decker; Secretary, Dlivn. (iwaltney; Treasurer, Elizabeth <.nines; Critic, Helen Monw-ll
Tilt: rcprcsciitntives to the Athletic Association were elected laM Wednesday, liiey are Mian Mary Decker and Miss I'lrnily Gardner.
FIELD DAY GIFTS AND GIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
FIELD DAY GIFTS AND GIVERS.
Howell BrO»,, knife; Worn lull A Queries, umbrella; Utiugimiun Statloowy Co,, sterling pen; Beverley & Co., badges; Grociitrec'n, Manhattan silk and linen ahirt; Jacobs & Levy, six pain silk bote; Bomeier * Clark, one dozen pictures; Charles (I, Jurgens' Son, Morris chair; Horace S, Wright Co., fancy vest; liof- heimcr's, house slippers; Walk-Over Shoe Store, pair shoes; Newark Shoe Co., pair ihoesj Klrk-Porrlih Co., straw hot; Oeorgo E. Sltuinnn, pair Hulitton shoes; Whittet A Bheppervnn, 100 engraved visiting cards; Burk A Co,, hot; (iaos-Kady Co., neck- tie; R. 1,, Christian A Co,, two pounds of onndy; C, Lniiiiiden ft Son, cnlf buttons; J, B, James, stick pin; Purity Corporation, two gallons of cream; 1,. X, Shepherd Co,, two gallono of cream; Hunter & Co., Waterman pen; Mann A Drown, flowers; liulcliffe A Tanner, flowers; Hammond, flowers; Mosmiller, flowers; Young Men's Shop, one hat; one pair gold cuff-buttons, Other contributors ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Weathampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2. BDITORIAI. BOARD. J. A, CAUTKK, - - - EniTDR-iN-CniKK I''I,OIiKNCK lIO.STON. | Am . T n.„, T< , IIg . IN r ,, m y WDBTON BBISTOW, f ahs i i-ainoßs-rN-i iinsf K.STJ'XI.K KKMI'ER, 1 "•kwTJF' Assocut. Ki»ir,i.,s. DAVI HATT!'JH[''iKU>, 1 MANAGEMENT. 80088 MILLHJIBR, - RttSINSSS Manaurii. MAHUAHET JAMKS,) p w FOKfl,' fAse'e Bus, manaoshb. It. 1,. BURBUM, 1 All bUH.I. •-'- ■ in..ll' I I i.li. .ill'l bll ailill I-v.'.r,l lc ttio Bunliioeg Minajcr. All other mutter'utiouM com* to '.ho Edltor-ln-Chldt. Wo shall bit pleased to inni.il.' nny students' comihunkutinns with dun r.imuideial.lon. All unsigned correspondence wilt not be published. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1915.
STUDENT SECRETARY NEXT YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
STUDENT SECRETARY NEXT YEAR.
, Last week the \. M. C. A. Cnl.inet I voted unanimously to authorise Dr. Boatwrighl to engage a part-time Student I Decretory fcr the ooming session, and, at the same time, voted part of the mdary of such nn officer, A prominent graduate of the College has been offered the posi- tion, We understand If he accepts a full onnounesaunl will he mode in next I week's Ciiu.kiiian.
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
Those who have made a beaten path to tho dam the liwt few weeks me pleated to note that finally the ll'j<> is running over. E. W, Miller, one of our stni polc- vaUltOM, sprained his ankle in the running hroiid jump last Friday. . Brown, the short-stop of the Newport News High School buse-bull team, was visiting his old school-male, Chris, Cox, over Sunday. A stronger moves to MumpviUi — Luttrell, Harm, Walker, and H. D. Allen have skipped out At a meeting of the base-ball team Frank Q'Nel) was elected Captain for next year Officers of the Student Council for next
year were elected In the auditorium Friday afternoon, at 1 o'clock. \ fairly huge assemblage galhered to hack their favorites. The foil..wing offloers were , elected; l'lrsidrnt, Nick Carter; Vn ' President, 0. t. Terrell; Seeietnn, .1 II I Potest; Treaeurer, K. w. MQler, The o|| ■ ■ will elect thli( representatives in the near future, iii order that there may be o meeting of the Senate to plan...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
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COACH DOBSON AT ILLINOIS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
COACH DOBSON AT ILLINOIS.
Coach Dohson departed for Pittsburg Saturday nighi. Be will spend a few weeks with the Pirates there, and then lake up his summer work at the Slate University, He (rill give a course in athletics In (he various conches of the State.
(;. It. tlrccn, nn old itudeni <it' Rich- mond College, jnts viKitinn friends ben lost weak- At present he is teaohing nt Boydton, and Cl«o bold* (he most irapoi t.-mt position <.f Acting Huperintendont of Schools of Hint county.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
C. LUMSDEN 4 SON. Inc.! "Jewelers (t the Southern People," Presentation Articles in Gold, Platinum, Silver, Art Glass, Bronze. College and Fraternity Medals and Jowelry, Ecclesiastical Wares, and Bronre Tablets. WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY GIFTS- C. Lumsden & Son, inc., Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, j 731 B. Main St., RICHMOND, VA. "Whore Silver and Gold is Honestly Sold." French Cleaning-, Dyeing, and Pressing, OV I C PY Lti Established 1880. 315-317 N. FIFTH STREET, Suits, Overcoats, Pants.FancyVestsi Gloves, Ties, Etc., Cleaned or Pressed by Superior Methods. CltattiamTraining Sgliool, CHATHAM, VA. A PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. Offers three Scholarships in Richmond College. 11 Faculty of Richmond College men. 1f Twelve students now in Rich- mond College. CATALOGUE UPON REQUEST. T. RYLAND SANFOHD, President
ATTEND Second Baptist Ciiurcli Franklin and Adams Sts. Worshipful Service 1 Inspiring Music! Helpful Message! Warm Welcome 1 Business Men's Bible Class, 9:30 A. M- Taught...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 May 1915
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Y. M. C. A. HOLDS FIRST MEETING TO-NIGHT. LARGE CROWD WILL HEAR PROMINENT SPEAKERS IN AUDITORIUM GOOD WORK DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
Y. M. C. A. HOLDS FIRST MEETING TO-NIGHT.
LARGE CROWD WILL HEAR PROMINENT SPEAKERS IN AUDITORIUM GOOD WORK DONE.
Thelirnl bin linn of Hie V. M ('. A. will in' held hi ilir iiiiiliitiiiiiiii to-night :il S o'clock. The itmumMn'MHvl ilmt Dr. Melndl, Dr. McDmiiii'l. and < Wit Doivnii will Hpciik should, in itself,injure a Large crowd, regardless ol the other good tilings tn lie linil An interest inn program has been gotten up, and refresh" inenls will be served in goodly profusion, The quartette will sing, and them will lie iniisir of iitliet' KiiiilH. Kvery sliiilent, of Richmond and Weetharapton Colleges ii cordially invited and urged f» !»■ present. Everybody slumld be on land, and bake advantage nf this excellent opportunity for fen niu acquainted, Tlie V \l. ('. A. luts been fortunate in securing the services of Mr, Lynob, a former itudtUt el' l(ii liniiiim College, us If, M. ('. A. Secretary, to haws charge of the attain of the Association, This organisation ims pr...
"TIP" SAUNDERS PASSES AWAY. WELL-KNOWN ALUMNUS DIES IN LOUISA COUNTY AFTER MUCH ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
"TIP" SAUNDERS PASSES AWAY.
WELL-KNOWN ALUMNUS DIES IN LOUISA COUNTY AFTER MUCH ILLNESS.
We noic, with extreme aadneas, the death of "l.ittlc Tip" Saunders, which occurred the Inner part of .inly, at l'i>in- dexlcr, Louisa county. For B long while he had been in poor health, the state of which compelled dim to leave Richmond College iii the spring of MM I, and since thai tune the disease had been ooiislanlh at work, until t)te end, as slated iibovc. lie was buried in Louisa county, his old home. Many ol those now in College knew him best, and the deep regret at his piuwing i« such as can be prompted by the appreciation ol goodly virtues and scrupulous manhood. During his stay in College there were few activities to which he failed to land valuable mil, the Mv Sigma Uho Literary Society, especially, receiving from him unmea- sured service, as did ninny olhei worthy organizations of which he was a very consistent member. The foot-ball team wa« indebted to him for much g...
ANOTHER YEAR BEGINS WITH LARGEST ENROLLMENT IN HISTORY. Formal Opening Held on Tuesday Prominent Speakers Tell of Glorious Future in Store. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
ANOTHER YEAR BEGINS WITH LARGEST ENROLLMENT IN HISTORY.
Formal Opening Held on Tuesday Prominent Speakers Tell of Glorious Future in Store.
The annual formal opening of Rich- mond College wim I■ -I• ion Tuesday, September Silt, ill II o'clock, in I lie auditorium. The oooaaion wm <«ie of ttn/i'ii interest, and wm largely attended, not only by the student body of both Colleges, but also by a good representation from Itii'lnnonil. Among tlie proininenl speakers were Hon. ,1. Taylor Kllyson. candidate for Governor) Dr, Boatwright, Dr. Melenlf, and others, who spoke at length of the i redilidihi progress of ltieh-
timiitl College and tin' g*ea< future to wiiiih she is imrryiiiK. Tlie quartette rendered minis for the oooaaion, and added niiieh to tin enjoyment of tOOM preseiil. Tbr neiui pie.-.i'iit arai nnieli turner than on tlie opening day ol laal yeati or of pii'vions veins, and nil seemed nnieli nnpiessed with the growth of (lenei id College affaire, and with...
FRESHMEN ARE GIVEN WARM RECEPTION. NEW MEN FORM PARADE MUCH INTEREST SHOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
FRESHMEN ARE GIVEN WARM RECEPTION.
NEW MEN FORM PARADE MUCH INTEREST SHOWN.
On last Friday night iheiirst Instalment of Fresbjnon were given an inside view of the wonders and glories of college life, mid received the benedict ion of their peers. A goodly number lined up to pay lheir tribute to ditto muiir'x inposing virtues, and, amid shouts and cries (and groans), were started on the upward path mud various other paths), where glory awaits those whose diligence is not luck- ing. (Those whd lacked were helped along in divers wiivm.i A Sophomore committee, composed of five strong-armed, Iron-heartedi and deep* Abeated huskies, were in charge of I he evening's festivities, and the guests of honor were shown every possible intention which their presence could demand. The supply of lumbet in the vicinity of the College is now greatly diminished, and I he number of vacant chairs at I hi' Refectory indicated that many meals were being taken from the iinntef piece, from 11::'.(...