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FRANK O'NEILL IN COLORADO. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
FRANK O'NEILL IN COLORADO.
We are sorry to net* th* absence of frank O'Neill, of the 'lfl claim. Lest spring in- was sleeted oaptain of the Spider base-ball team for this year, nnd ii wa* hoped ihiii he would return for Lin m \ degree, but, owing (<> vnrinuß oircumitanoct, In' has decided in enter iln ' lolorado Sohool nf Mines. IL- will long in- remembered a* a faithful, loyal, efficient man, who meant a ureal deal tohiio/mc innlir, nnd lind Ihe ilislini-lnin of winning three "it's" in one year and at Ihe same time ili.it iiigiiiiilii.il himself in elaas. lie hiis n veluahls inun, and will ml greatly mlassd. Tent Coujoum joins mill flank's great number of friends in wishing him mud) deserved suosesj,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
DIGGS & MOsSELEY, GENERAL AGENTS. Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co. Nos. 604-5-6 Mutual Building, RICHMOND. VA. Insurance, $635,000,000.00. Assets, $155,000,000.00 SPECIAL AGENTS L. W. EFFORI) and FOSTER WITT.
Coach Dobson ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Weal and Equip- ment for Men and Women Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. Every 'Vartdty Team at Richmond Collego la ouimtoli by A. G. Spalding & Bros.. whirl) te in Conch has boon riiptohontinu lor ten years. Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music. Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only One-Pure Flnno HOUtJ In Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mum .ii Building. Oboan of Vim.im v Baptists, Subscription, $2.00 v Year. It '.lands in tho aid paths, but duos not stand still. It nlso waif.-, (heroin. SPECIAL HATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STREET. IheOnly Pra...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 23 September 1915
flic Student Shop. HUOQUMtIEHS FOR ALL IHINIiS LlllLEIilAI!-. Now-a-days it's Eatmor Jread + ~ I American Bread & Baking Co. I pCOOD FOR THE EVES—I ■the s. GALESKI oPTicai co ■ 1 Mtlnan* 22i "*"' I ■ MBS SI. jSggg& »">* Hn« | Correct Engraving. Wedding Invitations, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and Visiting Cards, Crests, Mum grams, and Stationery. : HUNTER & CO., Inc. 029 East Broad Street, ' RICHMOWI) . - VIRGINIA. , 'Pliant, Randolph 2110. Shoe Repairing Shop. M. ROSE, , flGcrcbant bailor Suits and Pants Made to Order. X Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. . Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 208 W. Broad Street. RICHMOND. VA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 2031. , ''Eagle," "Emblem," " Dayton," "Crescent," "Ardmore Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles. , Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET, ' RICHMOND, VA. ■ POLLftRD&BfIOBY, IRcal Estate . RENTS. LOANS. SALES.
WINS MUCH PRAISE FOR GREAT WORK. DR. ANDERSON PUBLISHES VALUABLE PAPERS OTHER LABORS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
WINS MUCH PRAISE FOR GREAT WORK.
DR. ANDERSON PUBLISHES VALUABLE PAPERS OTHER LABORS.
Few men have been busior, or have accomplished i c, than Dr. Dies It. j \ihlcimiii during the pail six months, Besides his heavy duties as head of the History l lepartntenl ol Richmond < tallage, he has dlreoted his Bfforts along sovoral other lines of endeavor, tn J the Initial ii ber of 'The FtlohmondCollege Historical Papers" made Its appearance, under tl Utorship ol Professor Ander- son, lie has spent the greatur part ol the summer in Richmond, as secretary of the committee drawing up a new charter foil ihe eilv. 11l ihe In-lir Inline he OX- peats te publish a historical treatise mi Qeorge Wythe "Tho lliehiiioiid College Historical I'apei-s," dedloated t<> .1. Alonsc Qeqrgo, consists d( iwo sections inn' mode up ol original letters, throwing llfihl mi the American Revolution in Virginia, the oilier of studies of the ciuoorw of Hii- portiuii Virginians, The volume is nt- iii...
TEAM MAKING GOOD PROGRESS IN WORK. NEW MATERIAL SCARCE, BUT GOOD. BLUES FIRST ON SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
TEAM MAKING GOOD PROGRESS IN WORK.
NEW MATERIAL SCARCE, BUT GOOD. BLUES FIRST ON SCHEDULE.
,\ luiisi conservative opinion may now |be taken of the fool-hall situation The I'Veslimaii class did not furnish the materia) thai was expected, on the whole, lull Mime 1,,,:,1 men are lined up, iln I. fewer in numbers than woe anticipated. I'iilV. ol burl, I'm,in, mid Siml'nill, of Chathl are doinu nice wurk, while Wntkins, of South Carolina, though suffering with aome lever mosl of the time since his arrival, promises well, The first scrimmage was held or Wed- nesday, September 33d, and the spun shown wns very BnooUrtging, Coach ■ayt: "The prospects are fair. The spirit shown lima far is groat, and, if it con- tinues, we will have ii whining team" tin lust Saturday v practice game was played with Ihe Scholastics, which was ii lame affair ami looking in Interest Clinch woe disappointed In ihe absence "I the old "pep he BX| ted, and the encounter woe ended after the second quarter...
OPEN NIGHT TO-NIGHT-PLAY BLUES TOMORROW. LITERARY SOCIETIES' JOINT MEETING FOR VISITORS-BLUES' GAME AT BROAD-STREET PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
OPEN NIGHT TO-NIGHT-PLAY BLUES TOMORROW.
LITERARY SOCIETIES' JOINT MEETING FOR VISITORS-BLUES' GAME AT BROAD-STREET PARK.
Two events of special ii'iciost are the joint "open night" of the Literary societies tr>nlgbt, and Ihe lirsl gomOOf the season to-morrow. The former will be held in the College auditorium, beginning al 8 o'clock, and will consist nt mi Interesting program, Kiveil jointly by both Societies. All visitors me cordially Invited to attend) bring somebody wII h you. We nre unable to publish the program in tins issue, hut all who will attend are promised t pleasant enlerlmnnienl. There will he music and refreshments, To-morrow's game promises to be of unusual Interest, as the first oi the season, letie tickets will admit you to the park, mid a large gathering is expected to be there to support the Red aiul Blue, The game will -mil mlp \i \ll ■• tew" should 1 bond bj 830 o'clock. Ath- letic tickets will lie distributed this week.
SOCIETIES OPEN DOORS TO BIG CROWD. MU SIGMA RHO AND PHILOLOGIAN ORGANIZATIONS BEGIN YEAR'S WORK IN EARNEST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
SOCIETIES OPEN DOORS TO BIG CROWD.
MU SIGMA RHO AND PHILOLOGIAN ORGANIZATIONS BEGIN YEAR'S WORK IN EARNEST.
ll,e Mil Sigma Uli" mill I'liilidouiun Literary Bootetlo* held il ■ Initial meet* illKsill their respective hulls mi lust l-'ruliiy nijr,lit. The PhllologlMl allelliluiiee wiih much larger than thai ol thoMuSlgma lUio Sni'ieiv. inn both meetlrigs were Intereating and luecoaaful, The programs rendered were a* follows;
Al IhlS lime the election ol olluei | 1,, i the ensuing term was helil, vvliieli election resulted us 1,,1 lows:
Mi Sn.viv Kirn. I). ,1. I'llllli'lly, President. B.J. l''i>x, Vice-IVsiili'iil. \\. I. Marl in, Secretary. \V, K. Trniiiliuin. Correapottdlng Bean* tarv. , Treasurer. Vv II Itanliy.Censnr. Qoode, Bergeanlwtt-Arnui. Aasooiate Editor* of Thi Mmmgn, l'„ W. Miller, (i.T. Terrell.
(i. T. Terrell and E W. Miller, repre- sentalives lo the Debating nnd Fiui'iisic Council I'llll.Ol. is W lx Allen, President, .1. \ Bovedge, V Ice ...
DR. ECKENRODE'S NEW BOOK IS COMING. POPULAR PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS AND HISTORY WRITES VALUABLE WORK ON VIRGINIA'S DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
DR. ECKENRODE'S NEW BOOK IS COMING.
POPULAR PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS AND HISTORY WRITES VALUABLE WORK ON VIRGINIA'S DEVELOPMENT.
Dr. ii .) gokenrodi ,ol the deportment ol lliMmy nnd X IOmiOS, has recently published a book which has i with ecu favorable comment from the critics, It is called "The Revolutions In Virginia," nml tells, with valuable details, the iitory of the important pun Virginia ployed in the American Revolution, He treats, very minutely, of the beginning of the Democratic party, under Potrick Henry, and brings its developmenl up to Its growth into a national party, The work is based upon careful and extended search Into local records, nml tells of both the Tory nnd patriot parties in this Stale. The hook Is being pulihdied by the lloiudiinn-Millhn Compiuiy, of Boston, nnd il IISSS very promising outlook. Dr Kckcnrodc entered the Pacult) of Richmond College Inst year ns Professor of E tomfOS nnd Associate Professor of History, and during that tlnw he bus i„...
WESTHAMPTON HOLDS ATHLETIC MEETING. PLANS FOR WINTER CAMPAIGN OUTLINED OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
WESTHAMPTON HOLDS ATHLETIC MEETING.
PLANS FOR WINTER CAMPAIGN OUTLINED OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST.
Villi ii EOS 11 WurTH IMPTOWi Athletics al Westhampfop i a boom I l.n-l Tuesday mol'liiiiK Ihe VVest.- hninptnii chapel period WAS given over In Ibe Athletic As lation, and the ea- thusiasrn resulting from this meeting is surely a prophecy of the spirit that Is going In prevail in nlhlelics this year. With m> many new mils, with fresh ambi- tions nnd Ideas, in. support las! year's "spori enthusiasts," we look forward to a year full of pleasure and luemsa, The two features of thin flrsl meeting were tajjji |jj Margaret Wallorsteln, Prosldenl of the tssqclotion, and Miss Emmie Q, Crenshaw, the Westhompton Athletic Director, Mis- Wnllerstcn's talk w:is n welcome lo the new slinlenls, and mi appenl for I lie support nnd good spoil-liimislnp nf every girl, She laid I hnl there wn-, n place foi ' verj on« in the plans for the Doming leu, nnd llml every student of Weethampton was e...
"RAT" SAYINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
A young and unsophisticated \\ esthamp inii"l(nt," yet one possessing a high nml limy musical Intelligence, ivas listening to the performance of one of Nevin't favorites by one nf her rellOVi Ol I niatSS, when her eye happened to fall on "Beethoven' 1 written across the cover of n loose lie, i of sic "Oh!" ibe exclaimed eagerly, '*] Hunk Befthoveil is n line writer, nnd DS fur Mendelssohn lie's a ureal /,„.,• of mine!" Second floor "lint": "Well, I must go dnwii-stnirs; I hnve p caller." Her Room-motei "Who in ihe 'Sam Hill would call oft yottf" I In I lie 8 o'clock Ue-lli.nnploii C;ir: "Veil nre early tin- morning, 'Hut'; what's \,mr hurry?" Town "h'nl". "(Hi. I'm mil to enleb Hie wmiii!' Upper Classman: "Worm.- are always found In chestnuts, aren't they!" Hal) "Hut's" caller: "Good night," ■Hat" herself: "Thank you." Ilimmek, the Shoe Shiner, announces that she is nt the same old stand, nml is Ol Ihe service of nil "Sophs," who have need of her.
WHAT ABOUT IT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
WHAT ABOUT IT?
We notice nn article in one of the papers, which attempts to convey the vogue Im- pression that, in n recent hush IOOgUO encounter, we were a little weak on "pep." tf 'thai itatemenl were nol so amusing, we would be tempted to become annoyed, On Saturday, Ootober 2d (gel the dnle), we are ttnillK In piny the Kii'huimid Blue al Brood-Street Pork. oboul three hundred husky-lunged howlen ore noma to he lined up in the unind-stiiiid, with a SqUod of nl nut I forty tuiilcshili-lii ,'iiei;. on Hie field. "Pepl" lliey're going tO be "oil broke out with ll'" Now comes ihe Inevitable plea, which llils decrenseil 111 value greatly 111 reecnl yen's lo support Ihe lenm lo n man. When a game is colled every good, lovnl, and houesi Spider is honor-bound to be mi hand in some rapacity, unless he lie unavoidably kepi away, it is scarcely in saury lo lirgS thi« now, hill we lo mi io remind you. Let's stnrl off the soason right every man behind ihe team, nml, in Ihe end, we will ...
MORE ABOUT VESPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
MORE ABOUT VESPERS.
Those -,i you who have attended chapel of late, us per J ' ,|iily, heard ihe announoemenl In regard to the vesper choir in be ro-organiied for furnishing music Ot t Sumlsv afternoon services. Now this announoemenl was not made |ust for the purpose of giving us n little Item of news, bul il was made to he acted upon and lo he put n, operation. The idea, which met with nii.li vigorous •iiciess last year, is to have a mixed choir al vesper services, ennipused of students of this College and Westhomptoit College, One of the most, allrnel tvc features of these servloes in the past has been the music furnished by these young men and women, and was, in a large measure, re- sponsible fur the large al tendance „l' visitors. The chorus wns well Innneil by mi aide instructor, who Hits year offers to repent the instruction in the smiic w,iy. The rehearsals ore held once each week, ami any man here who enti sing, and who
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STOP CROWDING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
Another blov, for liberty wo hope I hut each may have some effeel We have in mind ih induol al the refectory nlioul meal time, when Ihe limits In the dining-room are opened upon tho croud We me giving these remarks as a suggos* Hon, nml not OS D Unoek, for we ncu lie Wrong ourselves. Did II ever occur to you how n itranger would feel if oaughl in the jam when those doors are opened? He would conclude thai he wns in » third- I'iiie prep.school, with a hunch of over- grown hoys, each trying (o lie Ihe tirst In collar (he bisouil plate or slum Ihe meal dish Hi' ore nil ttieu here, supposedly, and we shiiulil try in uphold thai very enviable reputation In every way Why not just take our time, mid enter ihe dining-room In ihe orderly maimer we would assume ;,l home? Some outsider is union in sec us .some time, nnd curry away Ihe wrong iiiipiessiiin We nre not rough-necks, lull n hunch of college men iii mi Institution nf culture nnd dignity, trying to improve ourselv...
MUSICAL OUTLOOK AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
MUSICAL OUTLOOK AT WESTHAMPTON.
Last year the musicnl department ol Weethampton wns mosl prosperous, con- tiderlng the few In number who attended College. We have more than doubled our number ilus year, and, therefore, the musical outlook is mosl encouraging, as new talent has been added, which will help to make the work more Interesting as well ns more benefioial. The Music Cluli, which wns organised Insl year, has been rt-organlsod, and ureal hopes are iiuiintnini'il for n tin si promising year, ns n regular program bus boon or ranged for each meeting, in which some famous opera and its composer will he discussed, together with the rendition of n select ion from each opera.
CLASS OFFICERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
CLASS OFFICERS ELECTED.
The Special Class, al its: flint meeting, Inst Thursday, elected the following officers: Senate Representative, s. c. Owens, President, Hugo Bloakanshlp. Vice-President, T, n. Toombs, Treasurer, Barry Carter, Secretary, J, A Voohe, Historian, Mao Cosby, The Freshman Class has nol elected officers for the Durrani yeor, wiih the exception of the Senate Representative', Mr. \V. E, Truinhiim, who was chosen ~i Thursday but to boil niter the affairs of bis elasi in Ihe Student ('mined. Meetings of the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior ('hisses, for tin- election of Officers for Ihe ensuing yeiiv, have nol been held ns we go lo press, consequently the proceedings of those meetings will be given ill our next issue.
A BRIEF DIRECTORY OF COLLEGE AFFAIRS. WHO'S WHO AROUND THE CAMPUS A REVIEW OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
A BRIEF DIRECTORY OF COLLEGE AFFAIRS.
WHO'S WHO AROUND THE CAMPUS A REVIEW OF MEN.
For the benefit ol the Ersohmen, we an I publishing below a Collage Directory ol iicltvities. This list includes most of the iiii|i,ui.iiii officers of tin 1 leading lnalftu« I tiiiiis of Various kinds on tlir ciiiiipiis, mid ni.n enable you to become acquainted more easily, ii Is v follows: Sii 01 \ i Cm vii ,l. A. Carter, Prssidenl • i T Terrell, Vioo«Pre«ideni .in I'ntcei. Bearetar). I',. \\ Miller, Treasurer Si.viii. X II Anderson. CIMMOI 'lfl Weston Brlitow, I less of 'ir. Class of 'in, tot tented w R, Tralnhani, Class ol '10, S, 8, i Iwens, Bpeolal I llass. 0, A. Lynch, l.tm Sel I John Coburn, ■> M.C, A nil. Prlvotl footing), Uhletle \i weld lion. Ann i.in \ ,-ni i niiiN. Nil. \ncorro* (absent i, Prwldont, 11. Q, Privott, VI Presidsril lh. Harris, Treasure) ■I \ Leslie, Jr., Secretar) Tr IKS Foot-Bull John Ciiinirn, Captain, C.C, Boyd. Manager, Basket-Hull I. 1.. Mitchell, ( aptsj...
STUDENT BARACA CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
STUDENT BARACA CLASS.
Tbore has boon organised at West- iiiiinpinii t'hutch a Sunday-eel i els expressly for College men. Mr V. B, Smith has been olscted President, and il is his desire to see a large number ol the slialeiils nl work in this class, \\,, 1,,,,,,, lo secure Ihe service of Mr. \ <). [,ynoh, ' V ' M.C, \. Secretory, who trill be our tMOher fur Ihe year. Mr, |, vl „.|, |~,s 1 » MgOged in ,Siimhiy-s,h,„,r wink for a long time, ami is weii known as o g i toucher for young men We now hove aboul fourteen on the mil, hui we will he nhle i,, accommodate everal times that number, The ,„..,,,!,, m Westharapton me anxious to have the College men in Suadoy-enhool v,,,,,. Clinic, fellows, let US get tovvnrk 0 i' Student: ■Tench QM how i«, run the lantern. Dr.Youngi "It Is easy enough to learn if you have any soma)."
INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL ALTERS COMPACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL ALTERS COMPACTS.
tut. Tv regain ■ ami compact* «rrs discussed al length. Section ;i, which prohibited the entertainment of Freshmen before the loth ol Vncuiiei. wns nt ruck out, mi,l Section i was revised the hit Ml Itsin Xl oi LATIOMS isn toy. I n,i |n n i'i,i n matriculate of this College, sha.ll he invited or pledged bj any fraternity, oi bj any member thereof j. No student entering Collage in thi fall term shall he Invited, explicitly w Impliedly, by any fraternity, or by an; inetiilier thereof, until after November 15th. ;i. No fraternity, either through it member of its at live chapter, through Iti , alumni, or friends of the fraternity, eiths* ! oxpliclty or Impliedly, shall maki I engagement before "rushing" season lot nny tune during " ni-hiim" season i Mo answer to any Invitation shall be asked or accepted until uftor November 15th. "i No student, when vei he may enter Collage, shall he Initiated until hi hi- passed examinations for one term ...