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ALUMNI NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
Harry Duval, 'it, is teaching at Clifton Forge this time Russell Winglield. '11. is holding down a chair in t dial ham Training School. Russell Bowl**, '10, is teaching the kids hi Oliainhcrliiyiic School, just across the way. \iniing hiHt year's law students Johnny \\ laker, VaughanQary, and "Big League" O'Flaherty an coining the filthy lucre down On east Main street Hob Brook, M, was married Inn! Saturday night to Miss Imogen Warwick at her home on Mmiutnenl avenue, They are now in Washington. Hob is working with the C. *0. Suoot ' o. o. Diets, i": Meade, 'it; Clyde Websler, 'It; Miss Virginia. Crump, '!■»; lbn McCarthy, '14, and Charles W. Mtlford, 'l."i, ure all tenching in ll,c new Richmond Junior High School.
FOOT-BALL OUTLOOK THE BEST EVER. MUCH NEW MATERIAL FROM WHICH TO BUILD A WINNING TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
FOOT-BALL OUTLOOK THE BEST EVER.
MUCH NEW MATERIAL FROM WHICH TO BUILD A WINNING TEAM.
As yet it la scarcely possible to form miii'li idea of the fool-ball prospects, aside limn ll,e iici'iplrd • eiii,elusion that. We Can lii'k anything in the league. A big squad of about thirty-live men has been hunt at work for a week, in spite of lln vary intense beat, and are now beginning to round into form. Only six of last year's 'Varsity men me back Caplain Coburn, McNeill, Hod Durham, Koli- iiw, and Wicker but, with these as a nucleus around which to build up the Iciiiii, the outlook is bright. Sci fur us can In' seen at this time, the new material Is promising, as well as some of the "scrubs" of hist year. The team will feel the loss of Logan and Craig, As well ns the Other* who will not lie back, but it is hoped their places can be Idled with suooets. The first gaOl* of the season will be played with the Riolunond nines, at Hiond-Strecl I'ark. on October 3d, at which lime a mo...
NEW ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
NEW ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED.
We note, with regret, the failure to return lo College of AnoarTOW and Privoit, Preaident and Vice-President of the Athletic Association, and also "Mike" Hutchinson and "Red" Williams, mana- ger and asMslanl manager of the track team. These men, we feel sure, would have filled their offices with much credit, and they will be missed. Owing to their absence, it will he neces- sary to elect then successors al once, and I hi" will be done priilmblv I his week We are unable to gal the Information in (his regard as we go In press, but the bulletin board will give nil annoum e- ments in proper time. Somebody must be presented to hii these places imme- diately. There are many good, capable men here who can lianillc the jobs, so gel busy, and lake your choice Wi learn, with much pleasure, from our old friend. Ml. Dennis, whose smiling. genial inleimncc is, by this lime, known to all of us, that Mrs. Dennis has returned from CfttaWb*, whe...
GREETINGS! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
Stalling wilh this issue upon a new: year, and under a new management, Tut; Ciu.i.koian extends heartiest greetings and best wishes to nil Spiderdoin, Ki<- pceinlly do we welcome those who I land (trembling, perhaps) upon ihe threshold of the new life, and Mincerely hope ilia I we may be able fa make Ihe path seem brighter and better, With a gladsome Hinile we open our iinim, also, tot 11016 who have come hack, and promise n faithful endeavor, In ovary way, U Intaln Hie high Standard! which they have be aoousl i to aspect by the excellent work of our predecessors, it may be a hard task to lill the place* of the able stuff Which has retired before us, for service of such high order is not a usual thing, and if we, al ti I, fall short 0 your expectations, \w bag your con- sideration and sympathy, The mark that has been Hit is very disliiiet. indeed. Wo intend to give each week, in tho best possible manner, an intimate survey of everything o( Interest I hat may occu...
VESPERS WILL BE SUPPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
VESPERS WILL BE SUPPORTED.
Vesper servioes are going again, and we must get, behind them. Those who saw the work done by these people last year realize Ihe good thai, resulloil, and the new men have much lo look forward to. This idea, so well begun last year has unlimited possibilities, ami every man in College should give ii Ins heartiest support, if is noi altogether ■ religious service, hut a time when all can come together, in a quiet way, lo enjoy an at- tractive ami helpful hour. The progress madfi in the past bus assured miudi success in the future, and the occasion each week wdll be awaited eagerly. Kveryboily must do his share, for this is a College activity, and il. is the duty of every man to take a part and add something to its help.
It is seldom thai a Spider is called upon in support n Spider organisation and (alls to respond. You can spnre I lie time on Sunday afternoon to Attend vespers, and d docsn'l tak* any money, \|| [| |~c lllrlr |s lie collect I, il...
WESTHAMPTON BOOMING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
Our tl ltd in ititUttOn across the hike is in (i SWlfl isrciidiincv. Though 100.18- -what hampered by youth, she la growing with gratifying rapidity, and is fleeting along the road to greatness, Tic in- crease in attendance this year la very pleasing, and indicates the growth of reputation, brought about by olliclnn! work and I he high diameter of its iepre- sentniivcs. The relation* between llloh* uioud College and VYcslhiiinplnii College baVB I n c\i lingly pleasant, and. side by side, I hey arc leaping ahead with un- precedented speed In place:, ol much honor and HMpeol VYc trusl linil thin year i aeh limy be helpful to the other In .> largo degree, and Tilt: Ciiu.ia.'MN hopes to be able, ill sonic degree, to help promote and con- tinue the good Fellowship thai has idwnys existed between the kindred Colleges, No tribute lon high can be paid Dean Keller for her excellent management of Inst year, and lo her able assistants, whose splendid wairk has pla...
A TENNIS TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
A TENNIS TEAM.
In this year's rulings of the Eastern Virginia Eitteroollegiats Athletic ,W>- eialion, il, is noted, with, much interest thai Iciinis has been iniiile v eoinpuh.ory major sport, Now this menus ih.il ju-.i as a learn is placed mil in fool dinli, basket- ball, base ball, and track, SO each college in this division will be required to put ■ nil a tennis team. Tennis is not 11 game that yon can pick up in a week and beOOKl* B US I*o ol li. is the oiiu college *porl thai requires Stiff, hard, COOSlltent prai'tice lo iieeoine at all prolieienf in. Slurs are nut de- veloped in B day or a week, but only by hard practice, 1 1 Is the iporl for every college man. There are none tOO big or too lltthl to play il. It is not n game of muscle and weight, bill one of skill, and lo win that cup wo must start in now, (lei the "rate" to work putting the court* iiilo Condition, and let US see men out now, Don't, wait until just Indole (he tournament Is about to start, and that) s...
JOIN A LITERARY SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
JOIN A LITERARY SOCIETY.
Every year I here appear in college papers the same old appeals for more "pep," greater loyally, and Unflagging studiousnesh. The Literary Societies, nOjW' ever, have n I this begging to do, for (hey recognize their own viilue lo n Student, In spile of the merit of belli the Mv Sigma itho and riiiioioginii, many good men in College do not embrace the opportunity to join one of these organisa- tional it is almost useless to mention the value oi these Societies, Base ol manner and gincc of speaking before an audience || burn in few. While you may mil Del destined to become a great orator, ami have your name in the list ol (anions "after dinner" speaki ,v, ihe Mv Sigma Itho or I'hilologian Society will help you linil your tongue. The social life offered is not to be under- esl iinalcil. The Societies have their "open nights," when I hey gel together in lively verbal OOntOStS, The lilts never reSUlt in attendant bloodshed, for Ihe rivalry is ol the most mi...
NOTICE THE TEN COMMANDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
NOTICE THE TEN COMMAND- MENTS.
i. "Rata" tnusl wear nap* 3, "Hals' miisl give their seats til upper class males, !t, "Rats" must not sit at the head 'if the table. I ' Ral l" laiisl pour water. 5, "Hats" are not allowed to QIOM Ihe lake. 11. "Hals" must not carry runes D.OS wear darbies, 7. "Huts" must attend all aibl.li" rallies and contests on home grounds, and BIUSt uphold the old "Spider spirit" In vigorous "rooting." S. "Hals" must nol speak m disAM 8 Itful terms aboul then College or her athletic teams. Penalty An Ice-oold bath in the lake. (I. "Rats" to the rear always, both at the refectory and the posl-olhce. io. "Hals" must be respectful to upper class men at all limes. (Signed) Wn.nv W. Wool), ('iiiimioilore; C. C. Cox, .hi., w. h. BaoAoooi .in., 11. a.g»UTB, Q, T. Cm.iu:nr, Comimtlei'. Because of the necessity of pulling tlm first issue in the press DUOh earlier than is the etu/iiui, WS have not been aide ti> mention m'J currenl College affair* Bt this time, but...
Westhampton Department THE Y. W. C. A. ENTERTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
THE Y. W. C. A. ENTERTAINS.
The Qrit social function of the College vcar was the reception given by the Y. VA t' \ lo the sludeiil body on Saturda\ i,. Hue lis old girls acted as »i Icu lln now, and ail atli ndi d in WwtUnil \l Ihe diiuiig-hall door, cards, on which WOT* written the stunts which each w* to perform as their contribution to the evening's enlertuiunient, were given |fl all guest* After these StUttU came a dermal Which Was moat enjoyable, but was broken up unceremoniously on the appearance of punch, The dancers Hocked lo the bowl, mid partook of th holing beverage Indole entering into S speed contesl Tins conlesi was suggested as excellenl praotioe for fehoN unfbrtunato* who bad arrived at Ihe dining hall door the picvnai inoruing al S: Hi o'clock. A suil-case, m which were packed a luif and sweater, was given In each girl n, I urn, I hat she uiighl run Ihe length of the loom, unlock Ihe tUlUcase, don the hai ami swealer, and reliirn t...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
There have been several change* made in the resldeul Faculty at Westhamptoti lev ilns year: Miss Holnnson will asaisl Dean Keller m the English Department. Miss |~„.U , : ,k,-s charge of all History 11 ii at, and Miss Bartholomew is Prolaasoi of French and Spanish, as i »r. Slewarl decided the lull was too much for him Miss i'leo llcaron, Associate Professor ol Historj and Political Science of la-l year, is now al Wellesley College, where she is Profeeeoro! History, The Class ~f'IS is back al Weslhniupton more numerous by two than it was) teutl M'lir Poor "Hats"! \ welcome addition to the College [| m the person of Miss llullie Tnlmferio, | graduate Burse, who will make her h m the dormitory. Miss Mary Reamt has been Ihe gue-1 nf her sister, Miss Louise Reams, during I lie week Missis Edith Shelton and Caroline Bolster, of Randolph-Macon, and Miss Louise EllerSOn were guests of Miss Elisabeth Ellerson on Saturday, A large di'legiition from Westhiiinplon saw ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond Collage and Westliamptoo College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, In Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: RoomA-15, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL UOAHI). ,1. A. I,KM.IP, .In., - - EDWOS IS EOBTKI l r XI M lilt, l Amisun* DAVt; :.A'N 1.KM1'.1.1'.1 l-.ei revs IN < no l» 808111 111 Mil. ) ~ |-\ AN I'lli SI'KK.MAN.f Ai.so.mii I'.oiioiib I ,-■ \AI DlllliH, I MANAGEMENT. I' w. KOHL, - - iliimsi.HH NUnacikii I.I.HWDIt COI'KNIIAVKIt.) P, ii. PKllDt i:. ASST, Hrs MOBI I. W, Mil.l.til, J All builDUl mntteru iilioiilii Im «il<lre»seil to tho Iluiilmam Mmiwi. All olliur imittors nlimild conn to tho Edltor-ln-Chlef. Wo filinll be pllSlld'tO handle liny sliiilimilii' ruiniminlculionii wllli due column rnlioii. All on ulsucil corroapondence will not bo iioblliihod. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.3, 1015.
VESPER SERVICES BEGIN WITH PROMISING SUCCESS. Dr. Skinner Opens First Service with Excellent Address. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
VESPER SERVICES BEGIN WITH PROMISING SUCCESS.
Dr. Skinner Opens First Service with Excellent Address.
Thi' lil'st of lln regular vespei services was helil m the aiiililorium Siuelay afternoon at . r > o'clock, A large crowd, including a majority of students from Had md College and Wi'slhniiiplon College, attended, along With a number of visitors from the cily and elsewheic The service was opened with a song and prayer, alter which Dr, Itontwrighl presented Dr, Skinner, pastor "i the Second Baptist Church, who delivered the address of the occasion, lb' Spok* on the subject of habits, good and bud, which can he formed and broken, and the talk was of Ihe nature of Dr. Skinner's customary addresses, which are nlwavs intensely Interesting and of a high order, After the ndilrcsH ihe ipiarlclle snug "Beautiful Ish' of Somewhere," in a favorable iiiiinner, which concluded Ihe program. Bach Sunday during Hie year these service* will l nduuted by various prominent ministers and...
PERSONALS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
"Nick" Curler has just returned from a trip to the wild ami wunly West, taking in the Phi t'uimma Deltd Convention in San k'ninriseo. We are glad, to see "Nick" back, with his pink and while sport shirt. Eddie Hoilcn, "Nick" Thomas, ami Melbourne "*r« among the pioneers who Want I" the Kansas wheal holds this summer In while away their vacation. They all ere peculiarly i|ihel aboiil tin 1 Hip. What's the dope, fellows'.' As Dick Hroaihlus pill it: '-Those 'rats' Friday night sure did look like umbrellas; I hoy hail so ninny ups ami downs." IV Kirby and Aldcrson ("rats") viewing the lake! Kirby; "Hi, you si , Aldci-son'"' Miici-son: "So, l haven't bean In water for three years." GOODNESS! "Hut," il, History I,; "Who do you think will win in ihe European War"" Dr. Anderson I "Oh, they all have a lighting I'lmnce." Tele Wilson is another widely-traveled man, having just returned from the I'hi Kappa Signal Convention in 'Frisco. How on earth did he gel baokf o This took...
KRAZY KRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
Pour's Dnnwss), l stole dem britches, I 'knowledge da corn, Hut 'twarnl no crime, shn's you horn. I'd' d* motive's right, den wlinr's dc sin I stole ilem brttelics to be baptized in. Mv only parr was clean wo' nut; I ley gin up dc ghost when I begun lo shout. Hut, 'ligion is powerful, and nmsl pre- vail, Ef il do lan a nigger in di unty jnil, Stln'lnl a Worm il' mi. Wisn, "Do you know, Hill, t nearly lost a sovereign to-day." " How was that?" , " Well, you see, I wont lo call nil v friend of my wife's, and he asked me to lend him a sovereign 'Yet, certainly,' says I, and I brought out a sovereign; bill, it, never got no further than mv hand " ' How was that?" "Well, you see, one of ins daughters! conunei I to sing 'Kathleen Mnvoiir- neeu.' " "Well, what has that got lo do Willi lending a sovereign." "Everything, Hill, (or she started like I his, 'It may be for years, or it may be foreyer.' Bo I popped the quid baok In my pookot." Tit-lntx. Srrn.iM. It "Well, I ye...
IN RE W. J. HALL AND OTHERS vs. J. D. KESSLER AND WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
IN RE W. J. HALL AND OTHERS vs. J. D. KESSLER AND WIFE.
Speaking nf romantloiam, and suits, ninl everything eleo, then Isn't * else* In English in College thai can give you anj Hucli an emotion as the lubjeol ol tbl article, if there ever wa* eh) ueh general nii\-ui> around the Slate of Virginia a* Dr. W, T, Sail nnd the Rev, ,1. I). Lewder fixed ni Wednesday, September Iflth, we would like to bear nf ii. No problem iii Math, tl.could b* worked out quite *o doitly v the one wliii-li these two exponents ol theology worked out, Ii wa* ibus! In ihe morning Hull married Xi i in I 1!. Mvi lentaJ Baptist Churchi In Petersburg, Vs., ol which Kessler was pastor, In i lie nil en nn in Keislor ni "I tin 1 oompUment bj marrying Ball at thi lininnnin-l Baptist (')inreli. in Richmond. \\e don't mean thai they married each other, bul that thej nui married dime .mi ome ladies mixed up In It, too. In ilm Burning, while Mr. Hall performing the oeremony over Mr, Xi lot and Mis* Friend In Pet...
PROPOSALS-SEALED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
Iliils will he received liy the I'nvidi m of the Sophomore Claae of Richmond Colle«e, mi iiinl .ifter Scplemlier IS, LOIA, lot the oonitruotlon of a building bo be known a» the "Perfection PaddlePaatory." Plant and specilicaliuiiM will lie furnished by the Sccniaiy of the Sophomore <lie A sample paddle must aec puny each bid. Tho rinht is reserved In reject any and nil bldl. Apply to Ski'Ukt.uiv Soi'iiiimiiki; Class, Richmond College,
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
Utornsy John .1. Wlokar, Jr., '14, will in married on September Both, In Atlanta, iin, in Mi- Line EUohardsoD, ol ihiii ■Hi Mi-. Wioker wa* pronjtaanl is Collago Ufa while here, nnd. while » •iiiiii'iii hi law last yi :ir, wa* editor ol the iii i 'IS "Bplder." Th* young oouph) will take nn extended bt Ida) I . atta* which they will be al horn* al IBM Jefferson Park, thisoity, We wish then it liiiik llfeot lull' Il liapi'iii' The lubjeol nf matrimony hold- peculiar iutoresl tor ail" Spiders." AUwillbeglad in hoar hi the rsoont marriage ol Marshall i \ aden, an "old boj," to Mis* ICUea Pollard, Viiiirn graduated In June from tho Medioal Collage with high In Miss Pollard wa* known to man) College man through bar rsuiarkablt ability in teaoh the moil olumiy-footed th* way* nf Terpsichore All Richmond College wishes i ln-in great happiness, Ni'wh Roats iii iii im ni the mairiagi ni ('iiirii Batten, the webVknown bare o| ilii' kidnapping plot whiofa oreated sui k ii sens...