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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 October 1915
DIGGS & MOSELEY, 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. EFFORD and FOSTER WITT.
Coach Dobson ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Equip- ment for Men and Women Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. Evory 'Varsity Taint at R'chmandColloye is outmtofl hy A. G. Spalding & Bras., which Arm Coach has bern representing far 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-Price Plane House In Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA, 1222 Mutual Building. Organ of VraonsiA Bah-ists. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It stands In tho old put!*. ut(i does not stand still. It .il'.'i walks therein. SPECIAL PATH* TO STUDENTS FOH THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., WO E. MAIN STREET. Iliiilliilyl'rai...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 8 October 1915
The Student Shop. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE. Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread American Bread & BaKsng Co. ■■COOP FOR THE EYE9»«* ■ ™c s. GALESKI ofTicarco. ■ I M.ln »nd - 3M IU»«. I L Eight, Sf, jttSmk% *r°<"> S«r«( | ■"*■"■ »* ■"■■■■ Correct Engraving. Wedding Invitations, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and Visiting Cards, Crests, Mono- grams, and Stationery. : : HUNTER & CO., Inc. 6W East Broad Street, jj, - VIRGINIA. 'Phone. Haiido'.pli 2111), Shoe Repairing Shop- XI. KOSB, flftercbant bailor Suits and Pants Made to Order. 'Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," '•Emblem," "Qavlon," "Crescent," "Ardmore Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles, Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. POLLARD & BfIOBY, IReal Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES.
"SPIDER SPECIAL" TO WILLIAM AND MARY. ANNUAL. EXCURSION TO SEE TEAM BATTLE FOR CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
"SPIDER SPECIAL" TO WILLIAM AND MARY.
ANNUAL. EXCURSION TO SEE TEAM BATTLE FOR CUP.
'I'lic "Spiil,>r Bpooial" "ill li'iivr, Ml i,ii annual solieduU, one wool from Saturday October BBd for W illkms* inirn! Tin' above few fords in all that i- beetled to oesuro s train-load ol anxiou mill eager Bpiders I "Bpldereesee," but Mr will no Into details slightly. Tlir I nun '.till laaVO Hi Vdiii-StP'i'l Station |usl after lunnh Baturtio after- noon, October SUrli and will be ion of 1-vi'liinivi' private ooaohesi for lbs iiiToiiiiiiiiiliition nl lilt' stlldi'lll I'ihli i if tbiH College, Tin' fare for the round trip mil be about 11.60. Tioketa will bo mi'..'dr in H short wlnii'. and every man who run Kfi hi.- phalanges on |1.60 will I tt tho Job, This in mi iiiuiiiiil itlTuir, and urn' which is imii'li looked lorwnrd to, Tlir train is composed, usually, ot Bvo ■ ■on,'iii-s,l'i'iu It .1 to iiii'iiiini mill.i bappy gathering ol tho saleot. Thrjt ■■ who hdve been thorn before need ...
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT.
We wish to null special attention to vi's|«'r m iviif. ii' i Sunday, October ITth, V,-,- no' lo have tho pleasure ol hearing Di w I l.tnwli'. of the Prosbytttrian possessing :i vi'iy plesslng and attractive manner, which bus made him n great favorite In wide olrcloe, He is much In iii'iniitid hh i. public speaker, and wo should nil consider it a ureal pri*< lings to boor him here at home, Ut*s all be tliero—youcan't stford tot Tlio attendance ut vespers bus recently inlloii •! In tii short ol expectations, muoh in 11,,- sorrow of those most Intereeted tliimv is nowcuse, reason or apology to iins. This i" .mi' nf tlio most attractive College Institutions we have ever had, sod failure to support it to tht full power of every nan Is a reflection, and ■> tiling to be di'opii regretted, Attend vespers! Thai's the only op* port unity fur BORM "I IS to attend of ii religious nut urn. and it Is a pleasant opportunity, if you will only realise it (in ...
BIG RECEPTION TO NEW STUDENTS. WESTHAMPTON STUDENT GOVERNMENT ENTERTAINS LARGE CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
BIG RECEPTION TO NEW STUDENTS.
WESTHAMPTON STUDENT GOVERNMENT ENTERTAINS LARGE CROWD.
On Saturday night the Student Self* (lovi'l'iniirnl \MOSlsilon "I \\'slli.'iliiplon College tendered its annual reception to i In' now students, Uppor-olasnmen from m 1,,,. Tim inu<>'' were Invited, si were il ii the ini'iiiiii'is of tlir I'lniiliy. Tin' guests were received in the Dine Room, which Mm artistically decorated in Sowers end full branches of autumn leaves, Tin' Htdits were softened I j foliage overhanging the chandeliers, and shed only it warm glow ovei the festive scene, in fact, all combined to produce a cosy, homey atmosphere, where every- body root everybody else, md there was mi all-around nond time. Win' ii short time spent in il»' Blue Room, doing the "honors," the crowd moved to tin' dining-room, whore n dusky Individual, imported from tin' city, began to iiniw in,in iiir piano -mil strains as would drive Terpisohoro wad with 01 .round noil iirotiiiil, ami hun...
"SCRUBS" BEAT CADETS IN DULL GAME. SECOND TEAM SHOWS UP WELL AGAINST MILITARY ACADEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
"SCRUBS" BEAT CADETS IN DULL GAME.
SECOND TEAM SHOWS UP WELL AGAINST MILITARY ACADEMY.
Fork Union Military Acadomj In n rnilii'i i -sided affair, mi tlir il iiliiim field, linn through on the long end of 21 to 0. The Cadets were greatly handi- capped i'> lack of weight, iitnl "I'm unable successfully to advance the ball against tin' iniiili heavier: young Spiders, Hrit- tiiuiliiitn, of l''ork Union, played n | d game at linlf, sivi'i'iil ii i succeeding In breaking awaj foi comfortable gams. Young Ainiiriow, brother of the \n- oarrows of Riohmond College fame, played » good gome at quarter, and run in ■ team wall, Lor Riohmond, Metcolf, at rniarter, ilnl some splendid work, making several limn runs around the Academy boys; while Kir by i playing at half, did excellent advancing, as well as good work on the defensive, Coach Harry Griffin was in charge of the fork t'uion team, Tito game, on the whole, wss dull, I ni'.ifli fumbling being > feature. This was tlio Acade...
FIRST ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MEETING HELD TUESDAY. VICE-PRESIDENT PRIVOTT CALLS FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS TO FILL VACANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
FIRST ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MEETING HELD TUESDAY.
VICE-PRESIDENT PRIVOTT CALLS FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS TO FILL VACANCIES.
Acting President PrivoM colled to order tin' tir.-t meeting of the Athletic Associa- tion lost Tuesday morning, at the ebnpsl period, in the auditorium, i in Constitution proper bai ing been mislaid, tim Si'i'p'inn read the set of ami ndments drawn up tnel year by Mr .1 .1 \\ i, k, r. ,ir, which have to do n Ith the nomination and ejection of ofßoers ol thi \ Delation, The Sri'ii't.nv then read the lisl of \'.niiii,'ii' inn, mil the Assooiation officers, they being President, Manager, and \ i ton) Monogei ol the track team, Mr, Privotl announced that regular iiniuiiiiiiiun- ..,i oandidatc fen these offices would !»' reoeWadbj the Secretary, in iiiii- inriii. up t<, in r. m, Wednesday, October r.ili, and that tbi election will i,i' iinlil, us provided in the Constitution, ton days after that dote Tin' subject "i tim special train t,, ;\\ llliamsburg...
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH GIVES BIG SPREAD. DELIGHTFUL EVENING AFFORDED STUDENTS FROM WESTHAMPTON AND RICHMOND COLLEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH GIVES BIG SPREAD.
DELIGHTFUL EVENING AFFORDED STUDENTS FROM WESTHAMPTON AND RICHMOND COLLEGES.
I.n.t Friday iiie.li! w:is "open iti«ht," .ii.. j.i.'ik.iii tho Second Baptist Churnh, ,it thl eorner of Adnin.i :ind Fnitiklin street-,, I'm student- Iroin \\ imI h,ini|iloii and Uiehnioiid Colleges who attend thai church, ami those who oughl to .ttend il \- iho Coll.... l.ovs trooped in to I he t.m,. ol "Old ltd and (slue," they ware mil by ■ bevj nf |iiiii> young Indies, who uiliiinn .iinil Iho |iru-su|iper pli trim. I lb, yes, there wtta n (Upper. Tin- Sundaj lohool room was til trac inch divider] oil' Ihto tactions, wit li fmir-Houieil tables. At egoh table there irare two Richmond Collage boyi mid two w i ithampton girls. Alter a toiir- coinaa dinner, which Looked particularly good to those who are fortunate (?) enough to be participant! of the grub thin la hashed out ai the refectory, there arafi i few ipeechee, Mnjor CiiteiiiiiH, of Richmond, wa...
SPIDERS GO DOWN BEFORE HEAVY ODDS. RED AND BLUE SWAMPED BY TEAM WHICH DEFEATED YALE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
SPIDERS GO DOWN BEFORE HEAVY ODDS.
RED AND BLUE SWAMPED BY TEAM WHICH DEFEATED YALE.
Ontolaasad at swary turn, but fighting with bull-dog spirit to tlir intti'i end, the Spiders, insi Saturday, were defeated by tin' University of Virginia 74 to 0, The redeeming feature of the event woe tits foot that tin' Red and Blue team , ,ni,r bsak ut eseeUent physical condition, which speaks viii for the pity sir id training of the Hipiiul. The great wealth of iiinirii.il hi \ Irginis mads powtble their entering of innumerable men in the game, while they wore oppaeed bj only fourteen men, nil told. Tham Wiah in T\,i..i.i\t;. The game was featureless, from tho Virginia standpoint, exeepl to the drive, pn'irr, and ,|i,<-,i ol their back held Their line was like o stone wall on the often ''. end opened big bolts For the men playing behind i or Richmond, the feature erf the gome was the splendid tackling of Cost, the work of Wicker, Rodon, and Banford, in the back field, and Durham a...
NEW MEN IN FACULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
NEW MEN IN FACULTY.
I'm t ut.1 1,1,1 in im., not. us yet, had ibo pleasure of welcoming to our midst the evernl nets members of the Faculty for rids year. This most hearty welcome ided, with the sincere wish that their work here maj in' as profitable and pleasant as we hope to them. Mr. I). It. Bryan, University of North Carolina, A, M. Columbia, nod Ph, 0, of New York University, Is holding the il.or of Education and Sociology, Prof, ll E. Vii'k, ,\i. B.| comes from i lornell, where he whs assistant in Biology lor tim pnst tim years, and has charge of thai branch of work here. Hi graduate of Bethel College! Kentucky. Dr, Qarnetl Ryutnd, M A, ttiohmond College, I'll D, Johns Hopkins Unlver- litj i- lUppiythg for Dr Bingham as Profeseor of Chwnist rj We ore very glad ti tht ie now men wiib lis We trust much good will result to all oonoerbed There win be new speakers for the V M. ('. A., iiml vaepers maj reap like lu'iii'iiis from these addition*.
LET'S HELP 'EM WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
LET'S HELP 'EM WIN.
To-morrow the team goes to meet \. ,\i. 1., mill next Saturday wo upon our ohampionship serial with William inul Mary, Wo want in ben! \ m l, inul we've n'ii t" win iLai cup there Is no Kiilu-Mii'ppiiiK, or anything of the kind. It's Wot lo bl'ilnlli'. So, beginning now, we must fill the air with winning, riint team sHll never miii tlii'i'liiiuipinnsliip willioiil I In-support of I'vrry man in College or, II they do, the oup won't be worth the winning, teres! In these ports of late, and such a I-,.mliiurn must not longer exist. This atmosphere bos got to tingle with the stuff that ii takes to win games not necessarily noise, bul ll I* something you run feel when enthusiasm starts, 1 ou'll know it when you feel It, and its not to Htiirt. Talk it, breathe It, oat ii! Wben you pass a foot-boll man, slap him on tin- biu'k, mid 101 l him you're with him. Go "ii tim field when they practice, show some Interest in the '.mil, and things will begin to happen, Del mi...
A COLLEGE SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
A COLLEGE SONG.
If urn one around the campus mum asked what the Spider song was, nine times out of ton Im would reply, "Old Bed inul iilui'." Now, us n matter of fact, mi-it every oollege in the country, purlieu Inn,' those ill tin' South. Use I In. song, with sinnll changes, and il seems that we Hi" 1 taking something to our own that really docs not belong to us al all, It wo* originated at the University of North Carolinu, wo believe; with the words, "1 am a I'orheel born," etc, Now, here is the point, Richmond College is growing very foot, Tins year the attendance was an increase ol 36 pet t'lMit. over lust year, We are certainly bin enough to hove o real Spider song thai, we run call our own. Why not take the on* written by "Nick" Carter Inst year, "iiikn. 'fun, Richmond,' 1 whoso music inni words ore both ours, or gel another? Nothing on earth would make nu iiluimius of 1918 happier than, ttve years benoe, to hear the same old Spider sunn ihut In- used iii sing, nor could...
WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT?
ii has been long s matter # much ~,. utlntioii and ijeoture n to whethei this ''alleged' 1 funning track o| uui I going in bo put Into iin.v kind of shape for tin 1 coming moot* We think lliohmond College, In her Invitation to tho Southern [ntsrcol* 1,-mm,' Uhlotlc A flatten to bold Its oluunpionship mccl here, m very fortunate in having the same accepted, This is, in itself, ii good advertising merjjujn tot thr id I, and, .ii tin -mm' time, * tt p hi ack iiibli-iii ■■ Nhv. too 'in a is' \iv ii,,' College father* all going to keep up this grand and glorious gall they have proceeded to scl for Mtenuwlvt In tin' la .I two years, or are they going to ill Idlj iii and let this ohanoc of holding the greatest track meoJ Ln tho entire South fall into tho waiting hands of v. P. 1., Washington and Los, 01 tho University <>f Virginia? All thr I these Institutions have excellent tracks, .111,1, unless something la doino to our Irni-k, the i ll wil...
MAKE THE CLUBS COUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
MAKE THE CLUBS COUNT.
lii the in i i a the "Snider" there appear some eight or ten school and notional "Club' piotures. While thee photographs are, no doubt, Bus, one might !"• tempted to ask esactly what do iboy stand to in College Ufa? After the hurry and worry of electing officers, nml the mighty sffort to secure sufficient funds i" gel representation In the Annual, the "Clubs'' have rested poaoefully, balleving they hay* performed their functions, There ore many things they can do besides the above
Tin. (lull- should i"' ; " orgnnloetl ns to instill miii limn uii'iiii.i'i" College spirit, inul n 'ii In t" iio things " Pep' 1 should be tin ii motto Bie right kind 'ni :i Club would make the men gel busy for tin- alee "• fcheji old preparatory sohools, oi the dl iiii-t- from which they intil. The Mo Sijphs Rho, the Phlio« loglan, and the V, M, C. V have enrolled Mows who will work their heads off to acquire glory and honor for their reopen. livo Societies, Lei the < ...
A REASONABLE OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
A REASONABLE OFFER.
Ai was announced lasl week, we ore to haw a regular doctor on the campus, if we so desire, Dr, Pitt, who ha* been tim Atbli'iii' Association physician foi two yours, makes the students of this Ctollego b very liberal offer, which should b* thought nv.'i i-.-iriliilly lb' will open mi office hi'i'i' on tho • ipUS, lor tin' bi'iu'iit of Richmond College students who will pay him ftvfl dollars per session, This livn dollars mil ini'btib' nil possible median! attention or advice for the whole yi'iu-, and seem* to ii,* n very reasonable amount' Vim pay him 13,(10 now, and 12,150 by l'Vliruary Ist. Then if yu nrr sink In' will coma lo see you, and your fee in paid you limy be »lok a day or a month, it'H nil Ihi'snllir. We think It a good proposition, Mr. hit bus good ri'l'iiiimii'iiiliiliiins, and merely wishes some assurance of com« sensation for bis Urns and trouble in coming out from Richmond, Think the matter over. Five dollars pur year is ierj i-in'.'ip Insu...
VESPER PROGRAM IS ATTRACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
VESPER PROGRAM IS ATTRACTIVE.
Tim re-organised vesper choir mode Its DLrsl iippi'iiruiii- h,st Sunday iii'ti'i'iiixin, and performed its psri of ths tervte* with oredit, Another feature of the occasion was a solo by Mr. Bryant, who is well known herb, Mr Loving, in ohsrgs of tim meeting, read the program of services for this iii in. which wo publish below. Tim schedule is attractive, and should com- mand n targe attendance, it Is as foi* lows: October iTtli An address, Pr#i W- L. Lingle, D, M. October Mth Musical service, chorus choir, assisted by Mrs Clifton M, Miller, Ootober Slot An address, Col, Eugene f. lassie, November fth Musical service, ehprus ohoir, awisted by Mr, Ralph Ludwig November 14th An address, Rev, ll M. C. Mui'lui'hhiu. November 3lst Musical service, I'ltoriis rhoir. inul .-I iiili'iils of \\ i'sl hmiiplon • lounge, November 38th An addreso, Mr. Asbton Starke. December sth Musical service, chorus choir, inul Richmond College quartette. Deoember 13th An add...
DR. ANDERSON SPEAKS AT CITIZENS' MASS-MEETING, [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
DR. ANDERSON SPEAKS AT CITIZENS' MASS-MEETING,
Tin- I'lii/.i-iiK hi Richmond asserted themselves on Thursday of loot week, Itoldinn a liU(te lllliss-im vim- :n iln- nnli I'li'iiiin of John Marshall High School rim meeting hod tor Its object the .ii i n .sin ut the nil v'- bad government! mo! som* woyi v slleviatloni Mr. Dice H. siiili-i-iin was one ol the principal speakers of the evening. Dr. Anderson's speech wan enthu- siastically ri ivi'il by tim audience, lie bus won considerable praise to ins spin* did work nn tin' proposed plan fur a new charter of Richmond, Thureday night's speech was along the line of better govern* nii'lil lor till' I'ity. ll bus I urn pn-ibiti'il flint iin- now I'liiirti'i' changes will bo adopted in tin' near future.
Y. W. C. A. INITIATION NIGHT AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 October 1915
Y. W. C. A. INITIATION NIGHT AT WESTHAMPTON.
On last Thursday ntgjjt all new or woul4.be in ban of tin- Y. W, C A ware Invited to an open meeting, Tho meeting of tim week before, "BchOflS from Itlu.' Ilultji'," hjuj sin,.,! up uiui-ii enthusiasm over tin' proposition 1.1 help toward the erection of a cottage .•it Blue Ridge for vVwthorapton students, Consequentrj near!) ovory new uirl in College Joined in the prt nion which fori I in tbr Cloisters at 8 o'clock, look bar own i,iib ( !ht,si oandle, and marched into tim Blue it 1. following tho music ahead. Thou ths candles wen lighted, am! t'lii'b our miis "tagged" with llio V. W. C, A, colors, which were proudlj worn book t" the obtspnl, Miss Kiiibi'i-iiK' rlawee mode a beautiful talk, 10 -if always does, and 10 Inspired her aiiiliri.ii'ibii before the meeting wan 'mi Hii- membership lial hod gone up in -I'M'iitt five Mi- Hiiwi's told just what tim Association si.mils for, ami what il meanstogirlain the real College life, 'I'li...