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VESPERS GOING IN GOOD STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
VESPERS GOING IN GOOD STYLE.
Mrs. Mercer Sings to Delight of Large and Interested Crowd.
the Custom, it was a very alt, meeting, The College choir song in place of ihe vesper choir, which has not been reorganised as yet, Dr. Bootwright opened the service with prayer and a short Scripture reading and brief talk. Ihe teat ore of the program was a beautiful solo by Ml., Mercer, who has b me well known to Spiderdotn for her superior v 6, as she has sunn often at these a/fain The itudeni representation tins week was not as hone as heretofore, hut we l,„|,e tbia decrease in attendance is only tern porery, ns one of the College's loodini activities should surely have the ntlenii,., of mosl of her men Remember, every Sunday, at , r > I', M,, lometbing Interesting ami helpful is in ■tore (or sou Don't miM vespers if yon
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond Collcj(e and WesthempEon College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, t) .25 Per Year, In Advance, Singlo Copies, S Cents. Office: Room A-15, Dcrniitor) 2. EDITORIAL HOAHI). ,1. A. LMMK, )»., - - Barron is Cbisi BBTEI I.i: KEMPER, | Aisiitani DAVE BATTEHMELD, I Ebitosi is Chu i M'sik 111,.Mi1, ) IiVAN rill sll 11 M IN, 1 Amoi an. Hoitohi ISAAC 1)1008, j MAHAGUMEfIT. P, W. I''OHK, - • nudNRU Man.iui.ii i:i,i:amiii run Nll.wt It,) p, ii PHKDUR |A»»t. ton Moss K. w, mi r i.i;rt. All busln«ia mutual iliuulil be ariilrcmei] to Hi. liin.iiii'i.!. Mhiiid'.i i All in In i in,ill, i should could to tho Kditnr-lii-Chlcl. Wo lull lie i.i. ,■ .■! In I, ■ „,n, any aluitnnla' i '„»,i,«,«, nii.ir.i. with till cmisliU'iatinn. All SB ■ iKii.il i ■ 'Hi", |„i 11, I. in ,' Will Mill In- |ili|,|ll.ln i! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1015.
PERSONALS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
|)r, "Mclty," m English V : "Hew many in I lie class hnve toad Hip \'an Winkle?" Kvorylmdy held up hi. hand bill W. K. Allen. Allen: "Hip Van Winkle, Doclor"" Doctor: "Yes, ihe nuin lliul WOS lw, nt\ years behind lime." "Hnl" 'from Ihe inniiiilaiiisl: "There is 11 mountain near my home from which you can see into six counties." Experienced Sophomore: "Why, that's nothing. Thorn is a hotel in Richmond, known as the Richmond Hotel, thai you etui walk inlo the dining-room nnd see 'Chillil,' into the kitchen, and see '( niece,' nnd Inok down into Ihe buck yard and see 'Turkey.''' If Hamilton's corduroy pants, will I cream puff? Tyson is vet another oi the "seeing America lirst " sliidcnls. We happened lo see him Wildl) talking to some "Hals" on Ihe aampUS recently, and, as we crept up behind, we heard of the wondi , ol California and all the usual stulT. We hnve quite a wideK-I raveled bunch lln • year In school. What do you soy to ••> California Globt Carter, niggs,...
WHAT LAST YEAR'S GRADUATES ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
WHAT LAST YEAR'S GRADUATES ARE DOING.
Celeste Anderson is teacher oil Mothe- motlae al the Woman's College this year Kthel Sniilher nnd Mni'y Slime are ul Xiehiil.Min School, .lemmelle Hryee Is enmieeled with the Seienee and Math. Department lit I lie HlghSohool in Wakefield, Vn. Constance Qay i.i teaohlng Spanish at John Marahall. Miirgarel Mnnleirn h.'i.s n grade m the (trace fronts Bohool. Louise Qoepfarth ia ol Elba, Mary Delhi .Smith has gone to Columbia for her M, A. Irene SlilT Is mi the substitute list I'm the Kiidimiind Schools, Limine Renins, we arc glad to .my, hii.i "como hack" for her M. A
HIP-POCKET ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
Slang word* and expressions .iy the eliililren in pllf language family ivlm cin'i limi nut wlin llicir uniHicrs mul Inlliei- ■lie They ale In.lll iil isclll'oly UIIUIIIH the people, uml consequently th* Ihnln luiiiv arislocnils Inuk ilnwn iipiin II Most often llu-y me the children wild urn the must fOiiMilile and inrwi iiioml In us. riii'v seldom oxhlbil in their make-ups 11 single eviileiice of mistncini v- lineage, Seldom or* th*) a ted with the Latins, iimt distinguished old family, or the (Ireeks, the Annhi-SaMins, nr am of thill motl .select I , v hi.se e.irhcl known ancestor was John Sanskrit, from over mi Himalaya street Soanvtiraes mdisoreel poisnm. I'lulenvnr In prove thai Ciiltiil'iiiHn l.iiliiitllu is in .some ivni responsible for our little orphan friend, " Sorne-tquab Slang," in order to gain the good will of old Mr. Slil)'necki-il Grammar, who make* his follow*] tongues wince wiiii blgb-ekuti pedigree word*, Ilk* uur Nn...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
WARK & DUKE Printers and Publishers 'Phone, Randolph 1801. 17 Governor Street, RICHMOND, VA. Homeier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. STUDENTS* CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, - 9:30 A.M. Preaching, 11 A. M. and BP. M, B. Y. P. U. --- 7P, M,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegian " in Interested in making Richmond College it stronger and better College. Much of this great tank belongs to Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni, but a large part properly falls to the students of this sesuion. The public docs not yet realize the possibilities of our new location, nor tho excellent beginning that has been made already. The public believes the College is rich, and does not at all appreciate our need for more biiildiiißS, for larger endowment, for more scholarships. Perhaps you are eii|oying the benefit of a scholarship. Let your acquaintances know what it means to you, and thut probably two more good Students from your county would be here if scholarships could be provided them. The College is a great philanthropy. Its officers desire to extend its benefits, but wish, at the same time, to improve the quality of the advantages offered to students. The public accepts the students as representatives of the College. Com- mend ...
ALUMNI NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
,). Stanley Oroy, LI», H ■ '15, Is another nl the tllohmond College lawyers ilown .in nasi Main itreet. w 8 (Iroen, '15, Is teaching al the i Ihothom Training Bouool. Miss spins, 'it, is also among the teaobors al tho new Junior liinh Rchool in Rlvhmond, "Dob" Wain,ii, '18, la another !lloh« iiiuiul CoUoge Professor al ili<' Chatham Training Soliool, Johnny Wiokor, Jr, '18, li Preside I ,1,,, | ~i i,n,i i n In Usouiation, organised for the purpose of co lending thepresenl olty charter.
COMIN' BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
There's a feelUt' oil o-bubblin 1 in the ' klea o' my hearl; 'Tls 11 feelln', nol a bhinkia', From way down deep where feelln's ■tart; "Y\sn llirillin', nol n' willin', Thai oomese rushln' through my brain, When vocation time is over. Anil I'm ii-ililin' nn the troll). •' \ni'i never had no suoh feelin'?" ilr\ I Friend o' mine, what's thai yon soy'! Ain't you been there? Don'l you gel mcl Mnii, you've mil traveled nil Ilia's way, Thla hero feelln' thai (toes atealln 1 Through 11 feller 1 ! overy vein Takes away tbosummer'* worries, Sure gives a man lii«" pep" attain, Throu|h the Reldsof old Virginia, This tilol »nd train goes whisiin' Mlllll', Bearln' me, with "Spider spirit," To Hie jnvs of "Bplderdom " ii, i tell you, friend, you'll feel It, Inside o-tuggln'al your breast. When you're mi the train (or College, ,liihi a-ooroln' booh from I Francis i.i i Übrrt
LEGAL ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
Pol O'Hooley, too ambitious to eon« i ~,ii, ins work ,>■ b aeotion hand on the railroad, gave up his job, and migrated to a small Western town, where he hung out bis 'shingle'; " Pal O'Hooley, Lawyer," ,\ ha! days later a farmer, who had oaughl in i' ins nolghbors bathing i» hi* spring, oalled on I'ai I'm' advice in regard in i bringing suit agolnsl his tresposalng neighbor, After ooUeotlng a retainer jnf ten dollars, PM told the farmer to return In five days for his decision, v he (Put) desired to read up on the subject. When tl"' farmer returned on tl"' day sal by Pat, in' wiih thus advised by him; •■ My dent >iv, ymi hove no ease at nil. 1 hove looked up nil the authorities and they nil say thai ;> 'mm has as much right tv baths in 'in' spring »h be hat In the foil."
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 1 October 1915
DIGGS h MOSELEY, 1 GENERAL AGENTS. Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co. No». 604-5-6 Mutual Building, RICHMOND. VA. Insurance, $635,000,000.00, Assets, $155,000,000.00. SPECIAL AGENTS L. W. EFFORD and FOSTER WITT.
,1 Student Shop. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE. Now-a-days it's EatmorJJread -*■' American Bicad & Baking Go. pCOOD FOR THE EYEB*^| ■ THE S. GALESKI apT 'CAL CO. I I M.ln.nd - "»*•«< ■ Correct Engraving. Wedding Invitations, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and Visiting Cards, Crests, Mono- grams, and Stationery. : HUNTER & CO., Inc. 629 East Broad Street, RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA. 'Phone. Randolph 2110, Shoe Repairing Shop. XI. ROl^E, flDcicbaut Pallor Suits and Pants Made to Order. Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 2QH W. Bread Street. RICHMOND, VA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," "Emblem," "Dayton," "Crescent," "Anirnore Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles, Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays...
PROCLAMATION NIGHT AT WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE. ATTRACTIVE CEREMONY TENDERED ”RATS” BY MEMBERS OF UPPER CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 October 1915
PROCLAMATION NIGHT AT WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE.
ATTRACTIVE CEREMONY TENDERED ”RATS” BY MEMBERS OF UPPER CLASSES.
Tuesday night WM I' big nip;lil ul Westhiiinptnn, A notice of tin? Senior I'rocliiiuiitioii cclclirntion h»<l been posted for levoral days, noil, while bo formal linllolllll-Clncnt llllil llt'l'll lilVl'll out, il was gsherally expected thai the "Sopb»." would Imlil forth too v whispered wnm- iiiHK hud lii'i'U pitted around couccrniuii Hit' penalties nil "Rati" would have iii pity if I hey with mil present Bo tuerfl was a goodly number of all ouuw men UHMC[llllleil 111 l Illl! OOOtpUt Olllsille till' oldsters al h o'clock, waiting to hear their i'iiich. The "Kuis" huddled together within the ribbOlU put Up lor llicm, and ■trained their young throats to no avail In trying to out-yell the strong-lunged "Sophs." lint nil yelling whs (topped when the bleak-gowned Sanlon appeared, in » Holcinii prooemlon they Bled aoroM the ciiinpiiM in perfect illenoe, They entered ...
DINNER PARTY IN HONOR OF DEAN KELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 October 1915
DINNER PARTY IN HONOR OF DEAN KELLER.
There was neither spoon-bread nor hash at W'eslhanipton Tuesday night! Dean Keller hud a birthday, and rumor Hiiid thai she should have a party, and, above all, a cake with candles on It, So it. win; that nil (be afternoon several of Iheniosl executive heads of the student body were bent together, making ar- rangement s for | surprise. And unite a surprise it was. The dinlng-hftl) WSS freshly decorated in beautiful lavender Mowers, while the Dean's till In, at the heiut of Ihe room, Was festive indeed, Pink candles were grouped on either end of the table, and a huge basket, tied with pink tulle and full of pink roses, adorned the cenlre. Then then was the cake, with its sixteen cnndles, and Ihe attractive favors (sixteen lumps of sugar, tied with pink rihbotU "sweet sixteen!"). After ie little ceremony, Ihe enke was cut, and many were the veils for the guest, of honor before Ihe evening ended.
BLUES FIRST VICTIMS OF SPIDERS' VANQUISHING BITE. In Season's Initial Game the Soldiers Lose Hard-Fought Battle to the Red and Blue. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 October 1915
BLUES FIRST VICTIMS OF SPIDERS' VANQUISHING BITE.
In Season's Initial Game the Soldiers Lose Hard-Fought Battle to the Red and Blue.
The Riohmoad Light Infantry Blues again hud B touch of remorse when Kichmoiui College pulled down the tirsl of the season at llroinl-Street Park Inst Saturday, k fair crowd witnessed the contest, which, in spite of rather warm weather, wiin QXOitlng ami interest inn. The Blues were on the defensive in three quarters of the game, hut, through fumbles, they gained the advantage in the second ipiarter, when I hey scored by a well-worked forward pas,-. The lied and Mine came hud. itrong, however, and the soldiers v,rn :il,|c again to cheek I lie steady poshing up the held. Richmond College made thirteen Brsi downs, while only one fell In the rrrdil ,il the Blues, There were no Individual "slurs" on the side of the Spiders, but, well-formed teinil work, i-liaraeleristie of Coach Dobson, Tin. (i.\MK in Diri'iit,. The College kicked lo the Klues, ...
WORKS TWELVE YEARS TO FINISH BOOK. LATIN PROFESSOR COMPILES TEXT, JOINING DR. ECKENRODE'S WORK AS CREDIT TO COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 October 1915
WORKS TWELVE YEARS TO FINISH BOOK.
LATIN PROFESSOR COMPILES TEXT, JOINING DR. ECKENRODE'S WORK AS CREDIT TO COLLEGE.
With the appearance of Dr. Waller A. Moid ginnery's "Latin (Jrainmar for Beginners," another book is added to the list, of those produced by Richmond College professors. Doctor Montgom- ery's book is the carefully-prepared work of un understanding scholar, it has been in course of construct inn for Iho past, twelve years, (hiving which time he has had ample Opportunity to put to the necessary test the bash principles of his work. In his exccllcntly-woidcd preface be gives his reasons for writing Ihe book, which might be lummed up as folio* Pint, he wanted n book for beginners that would be aliractive to tl ye; second, he wauled lo give the words and
constructions that will he most iinine- i.iiuiuly used by the student; third, hi wanted to show whal istlio mso of study lug I,tit in. In Ins llii.l point bo has succeeded well, lie Inei given a series ol...
LITERARY SOCIETIES "PULL OFF A BIG ONE.” JOINT OPEN NIGHT A HUGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 October 1915
LITERARY SOCIETIES "PULL OFF A BIG ONE.”
JOINT OPEN NIGHT A HUGE SUCCESS.
Wiih an audience thai taxed the seating capacity of the auditorium, Ihe formal open night ol ihe Mn Sigma lllio and I'hilnlogian Literary Societies was ill- migurat.eil for the session of IMlo 'tti on Friday night, October Ist. The meet nut was opened Uv Mr. W. K. Mien, of Hi" I'hilologian Socio! v. ulio Introduced Mr. D. J, Fatherly, of the Mn sigs. Air. Fatherly gave the formal Welcome, inviting all the freshmen, and a . mam old moll as possible, to join one of tic Societies. Then followed a model literary society meeting. The first speaker me- Mr. B, W. Miller, of Ihe Mil Sigs, « ho delivered a well-pri p.ired ileclamalion entitled "The lleroof Tieomleroga," which was rendered in his customer) iplendid style, He was followed by Ml. Cail.or. of the
I'hilologians, who gave un Interesting (nation. Mr. Nortlieu, of the Mv Sigs., then gave n rather lengthy, but intensely Interesting reading of ...
CLASSES ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR. MEETINGS ON TUESDAY RESULT IN ORGANIZATION FOR SESSION'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 October 1915
CLASSES ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR.
MEETINGS ON TUESDAY RESULT IN ORGANIZATION FOR SESSION'S WORK.
The Senior, Junior, and Sophomore Cliimkoh held their animal eleclinn of offloert 00 but Tuesday, ami effected the year 1 ! organization. Many oondidatsi loomed up for tho various offioae, and Ihe eimteslH were, at limes, heated. Tin. retnilU nre n« follows! Skmimi Class, rrcsnicni, \\. k. Durham. Vii'c-l're«ident, NllnniiKcr, Secretary, John Qerbar Trooaurer," Dick" Bavedge, Opp.tor, Brannooki Hhitorian, Joe Leslie. Juxion Glass, President, Boyd Taliaferro, Yico-I'resiilciil, 1,. (). Sneiiil. Sccrctury, l.oe LlggOO, Treasurer, E, Y. Noblln, Historian, Wirt. 1.. DiiviH, Annual Representative) Iff, ,l, Fox. Soi'iniMiiiiK Cues. Preeldent, B, w. Miller. Vice-President, H. 1.. Coleman. Secretary, Iridic Kodeii. Treasurer, H. 1,. Milbourne. HiHliirinn, Iv R, Chestcniiiin, Jr. Annual Heprcscntalivc. P, Conibs.