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ELECTION HELD MONDAY, THE 25th. TIME AND PLACE OF VOTING MAY BE FOUND ON BULLETIN BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
ELECTION HELD MONDAY, THE 25th.
TIME AND PLACE OF VOTING MAY BE FOUND ON BULLETIN BOARDS.
The Athletic Association election, to till offices made vacant when men failed to return to College this fall, will he hehl on next Monday, October 2Sth, Watch the hiilletin hoards for announcements i to the time and place of the balloting, as these arrangements nannol be finally an.an led in before * e n« to press. Members of the Association will «o lii the pulls, where official printed ballots may be scoured from the Secretorj These must be filled In and deposited in the ballot-box In due form, regularly signed, etc, m prescribed by the Con- Jiitiiimii The following is a till of the candidates for the offices proposed: for Athletic Association President II, i: I'nviill. Track Manager W. K. Allen, T. Hoyd Tiiliaiciio. ll. A. Russell For Assistant Track Manager 0 Willard IJiiick, LeoB.Tyeon, James B. Potton, J* w f Mar I",aac DiggS| .lr. Remember the date Monday, October 26th. Look ...
SECOND TEAM PLAYS NO SCORE GAME. "SCRUBS" IN GAME WITH ATHLETIC CLUB SHOW GOOD FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
SECOND TEAM PLAYS NO SCORE GAME.
"SCRUBS" IN GAME WITH ATHLETIC CLUB SHOW GOOD FORM.
Tl econd team ployed IBOthei good Hiiliie of hull last Saturday on the sla.liuin field, holding the Church Mill Uhletje Club in a t) to it drawi Much mtereel was manifested in I hi* Maine being phived while the 'Varsity battled for laurels away from home, and many BUpportt i> of both teams thronged I ae side lines. The exhibition 0* foot-hall displayed wax creditable, hut the game, for tbi most part, was slow. The ('hutch Hill line held last through the game, ami, again and again, the "Senilis" tried, without IUi IB, tO OOnfJ the ptgakin through. The C. A. C, hack held, at lime-, made good gain*, hill as a rule Ihcir allempts lo advance the hall met With 00 'iiccc Id pt 'i. ,1 fumbling mi the pari of both team added to I he looseness ol I lie name, while 11 ight-minute quarters nave ihorl time for work. The College mad the forward pus ciin.'.nlerahly, ami ftfcoul t liree-f.iiu I In of...
DEAN KELLER TELLS OF VISIT TO VASSAR. GREAT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN CELEBRATES "GOLDEN WEDING" -IMMENSE CROWD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
DEAN KELLER TELLS OF VISIT TO VASSAR.
GREAT COLLEGE FOR WOMEN CELEBRATES "GOLDEN WEDING" -IMMENSE CROWD.
V'assac College, the oldest College fur women in the country, celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of its founding from October Oth to nth. The added signi- ficance Of the OOOMion was that a new President was tu lie Inaugurated, so ihat representatives from various colleges and universities were invited lo lie present at the Inaugural ceremonies, ami to join in the great celebration. Alunime lo i he number of twenty-four hundred wen' gathered for class re-unions by Saturday, ami on Monday began the InflUX of ollii'ial gUCets, who were enle.r- talned mi the santpiu in the College dor- mitories live hundred college presi- dent-., di •., and faculty representatives were added io the throng by Mondaj night, not Including the student delegates, who came from all the hasten collages 10 take pan in a groat 8tudenl Conference, Which was held, at the ,-ame lime, l,y the student...
DON'T MISS THE RALLY TO-NIGHT. BIG CROWD WILL HEAR GOOD SPEECHES EVERYBODY WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
DON'T MISS THE RALLY TO-NIGHT.
BIG CROWD WILL HEAR GOOD SPEECHES EVERYBODY WELCOME.
Itnlliis, full ol "P'l'" ami enthusiasm, have been held each night this week, and have been well attended. To-night the Big Rally will he held In the audi. toi'iiiio. when a general review i,l Inn cs will lie made, with n I Speeches h.v siiiiieniN, iilumni, and faculty \ large crowd it expected from the city, and w* are to have the honor of a visit from the Westhampton I loHegc rtudftnl body, Thll after in evcryhudy is cxpccled mi ihe field a' I o'clock, for the final "semi off" to the team, Thin will afford an opportunity for the city men, who Otherwise could not attend I he rallies, In he present in force. Let c\,"\ man lie I here! \\c want to start llic race for I lie cup in the old-time form, for \,c want, to mil only win, hut to win auspiciously and gloriously. He un hand you want to overyiioih i- welcome. Don't he late; he there at v o'clock sharp. Now hoiims, and yell;, and wind on...
"SPIDER SPECIAL" LEAVES TO-MORROW. EVERYBODY'S GOING-IF YOU MISS IT YOU MAY REGRET IT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
"SPIDER SPECIAL" LEAVES TO-MORROW.
EVERYBODY'S GOING-IF YOU MISS IT YOU MAY REGRET IT.
The "Spider Special," renowned In song and .story, will leave on another trip to-morrow. Everything's read;,', ami all we've gol t" do is no! The train will leave Main-Street station at, hifl p. m., and for $1.50 you get a big round trip. Lunch »ill be served early at the refectory, anil there will he special car, in shunilaiicc, lo carry you to I lie train. Ladies? N SC, rather, ami then some. Ask some man who's been there before, N'oii will leave here to-morron afta m"i have bad jour lunch, \ ou wpn'i have to out class, hcciiusc you'll he exoueed anyhow, it doesn't matter when " Wc'io out to lick the Loonies," The train will leave Williimslmrj! at, 6:46° I'. M , ami when you (jet hack lo College you'll lira! your supper Waiting, hot if you want any supper. It's n regular pic-nic this cAcursinn. Col a Itirl! If you haven't a girl, gel somehmly else's, ami hike along Tickets are (joiri...
WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
llivitatioiw are out for the mi" of Miss Ethel Long to Mi Qeorge Simp- son, both of Richmond, the event to take place October 27th, at tin- bride's home, No, 201I Grove avenue. Mr. Simp mi is a former student "I Kiclunond College, and |a now prominent in hiisiness. They will make then- home at Xo. 2117 Ken- sington avenue Mr. Charles T. O'Neill, B A., '12, will he married lo Miss June Jordan Warwick, of Richmond, earhj in November, \\v will give more mention of this later J. L. I nderwood, Jr., a for - stud.ail of this College, and Miss Oeorgil Barrow, both of Sioithiicid, Va.| will be married in thai city on Wednesday, October 37th, They will make their home there, Stile Kllyson, M. A., T,'l, and Miss Belle tiaylo, nf Richmond, were married at the bride's home, in Richmond, on last Tuesday, The (redding WIS a quiet and prettj affair, witnessed hy the intimate friends and lelalives of t lie contract inn I' o in- Miss t civic i'. a .istor of " Boh" Cayle, well known a...
A SQUARE DEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
A SQUARE DEAL.
\Vc wish to call iillciilinn In n eoiidilioii on the campus lliat we have gOOd reasons for knowing is noi proper, ami should not lunger exist. This in one proposition which needs no lime for con-iileratiou, us it, is so obviously in iiei'd oi remedy that we nnly urge thai it lie remedied nt once. There is a new innn in College (ii is unnecessary to mention bis came) who is being made the hull ol many un- pleasing and neeillcss jokes. Until il is now lieciuuing a mailer of torture lo him. Now, of course, this is no prep. school, and conduct here should he considered accordingly. These jokes may have been all right al Bnt, hut even a good thing falls flat when carried to exoen. Leave the hoy alone. He is u good fellow, nml there is no excuse for making him the "gnat" when lie Is the only one who misses the fun and ploaeun of il. Few men arc more loyal Hum he, hut il we continue to make life a thing nf misery lii him, his loyally will turn to something else, nml we...
FOLLOW THE CROWD! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
FOLLOW THE CROWD!
H should he unnecessary to urgo every Spul, r lo he on the joh lu-i ton to loi low Hie team In \\'illininsluirg. hill we juBt want to remind you again oi the necessity of strong support, There are ll number of reasons why we should all go down on Hi" 'Spider BpOolal" a HUlliciciit, one being I In- fuel Ihnl this is ,-i "Bplder" special, we've goi to cultivate the luihil of hilling lintiii.'tlly and easily in step with each and every good move- ment thai ci Started here, ami In go on Ihis excursion is audi a pleasant way to begin said cultivation. If you go, you wouldn't take a fortune for your nip! Everybody will be happy, and you'll have the time of your life. Don't pul it nil' for something else; next year I here may he no special Irani nothing to no there for. if you don't have Hie money, make a. raise on a sun, watch, ur niiu, unit-ease, or piece ol Imiiiluic anyway, hut gel, there, Let's all he there with hells on. We are yearning to see t he score pile ...
WHO'LL GET THIS PRIZE? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
WHO'LL GET THIS PRIZE?
Most of you have pn.hahlv lu.liccil on the bulletin board ". announcement of a set of Economic Prises, offered b) Messrs, Hart, SchaiTiii'i a Mow, of Chicago, for the. boat studies in the economic held. Thin contest Is held under the auspices of a group of the foremost men ol educa- tion in this country, and I opt n lo anj American college I i, The prlsee are divided into two i Is hm Class R being open lo any undergraduate, While Class A is open lo any ol lid \incri- niii, without restriction or age limit. In Class ,\ the In i | o i/< i 11,000, and the second c- MOO, In Cloaji B ilieiir.st prise is 1300, and the si nd|300. A list of available subjects is also pre- sented, luii ma f them me required, leaving the matter plainly and freely Open In any man who has sufficient confidence lo make a ttiolel it. The man in I his t loll&gawhoare working in Dr. Anderson's and Or. Kokenrode's classes could easily arrange 'heir papers and Investigations lo the...
ROOMS FOR DAY STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
ROOMS FOR DAY STUDENTS.
Slildy rooms for day students have been sal aside by the Collage authorities in the dormitories, where men who live m the city limy come lioiwivn chi>:, in leave their hook.-, clc , studs, cat llicir lunch, and spend thelrapare time. Those rooms are gjven without fee, upon the condition that occupants will refrain from all muieee-mry mmc ami disorder, and will respcel Hi,' piopeily ,,| ||„. I 'ollogo. Hand your iiiiinc In the Dean, with the number of the room you wish lo occupy, and you will l>c welcome lo use ii, The rooms are located as follows; in, I Sc. \ , H l>. Dorm, il Bed C, Boom3, Dorm, ii Bed n. BoomS. "W'u.i.n:, in your latin r a in I, luan'.'" ".No, Bailie; he ts a professor; so I can be educated for nothing," "Oh, that's BOthlngl My fallier is a minister, and l oanbegoodforriethmg," Harvard tottpoon.
DR. LINGLE SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
DR. LINGLE SPEAKS.
Tho 'i.idre., by Dr, l angle al vespers la.-i ,"' : laj w.e greet]) enjoyed by an appreciative audience, The tpeaker ful* SJled expeotationj In ever] particular, and, by hi- aitrncliw and delightful contribution, added much in the reputa- tion these Hrvioes are i:,,-i gaining, We all look forward to bearing him again , Ihe near future. Next Sunday we ore fortunate In having Mrs. Chiton M. Mill.-,, a singer of con- siderable nole and much talent. This service will be a ,n,|.,i,,,| one, the vesper choir assisting Mr- Miller. Again we exteml, ,„ behalf ol Ihe < lollege, ,i w iv , iiuhiil invitation to the public to be present.
l(i.Mi;\im:a (he election Monday, Every good Collage man casts bis ballot for Homebody. If ymi don'l vole yu can't kick If your Choice in mil favored,
TO-NIGHT'S SOCIETY PROGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
TO-NIGHT'S SOCIETY PROGRAMS.
I Mi Sioma lino. I Headers I). \\. Hart/,, I! T, Uylalid. Heclaiuiers II l(. Crccn, l(, C C |o, ('iirrent Topic- I.. Iv Niiillni) t in,i i.ni \\ I', Truinhaiii. Debate "ftwotord, That, in vie*, of r developraont* in war, the United stat hould adopt ■some plan lo further itrcngthen Its .Icfcnse." ifflrmatlve V W. Charlton, B, J, fox; Ncgalivo 0, T. Terrell, Isaac DiggS, Jr, I'oii.oi.'ii.i i\ Headers \\ . K \llen, J. I'. Bolder. Dcclaimci's \ C, Cheelhlllll, I.. I. Crippen, Current 'topics w. ii. Brannook, Debate "Ruektd, Thai Qeneral Car- lan/.s .-hould bl elected President of Mexico," Affirmative c. c, Boyd, H. I), Anderson, s. b,TuokerjNegative W, B, Durham, \\ Iv While, C. M, Turner.
FOOT-BALL FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
It may he interest in;;, lo know that until the. month, when Virginia rolled over her I IP l,. Q -ere. Vale hud hecn bOfiten b) only seven team- in her lout bull hislory. liul, even now, she standi foremost in the gridiron sport, being defeated by only eighl tenuis since 1873, I'rincelon follows second, with nine to her t d, for a period of forty-live your*. Harvard ll a close third. Pennsylvania leads all Other colleges in the numlier of gomes played, her record al the begin- uing of the present season being KM 398 victories and BQ defeat,.. Anolher item is a slalciiicnt compiled this season, from forlyoue of thobiggSBl Colleges in the enunlry. as to the piiMtions played hy captains of tennis, ll is as follows: Tackles, l.'l; full-haeha, 7; cen- tres, ti; qu*rt«vbaoks, 0; holf-baoka, Bj ends, 8; guards, l. Tin. Collegi was honored one night last week by n visit from Mr. Russell Howies, 'I.">, in charge uf a number of Ills ■•mull charges from Die Chamlierhi...
THE MANDOLIN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
THE MANDOLIN CLUB.
If there be a man, or men, in the new i lass who has any ability in pluck me. turn's, sonorous or otherwise, from the Wield) Oat>gUt, we respoetlully iiiyc Mini advise that he begin tuning up in readiness for the coming Glee and Mandolin Club season. As soon ns foot-ball is started well on its way the rounding up of (he College musicians will be undertaken, and it will he a gnnd idea lo get in as much practice)'before that time as possible, This tuny iilho apply in prospective and embryonic song-birds who have Qlee Club aspirations, for material this .Min- is abundant, and positions on the Clubs will be going nt a premium, 'the annual lour of these Clubs menus a lot, ami a little lack of uilrresl may lose for you the best trip of wnir h|e. ||c reedy when the call is Issued, These remarks art made authoritatively, by request, Itrnunock niootH one of his piirjebiunj ■ after church: "Well, Brother Jooes, how did you like my sermon:" "To tell you Ihe truth, B...
MEMORY BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
We iiu'ici Id ii | nine men on the campus arc putting mi sale ail iiKsorlinenl of memory books, to ■ very reai ibla price Ws with in say i few words in behalf oi tin. enterprise from a purely aj itandpoint we do not mean I his aw an advert isenienl, lint iim a good thing which we would like to see |"i In'I ahead With enthusiasm. Kverj man ■hould have a memory hook a "•..•lap. I I. " ll miu .''n't afford one of these affairs offered for sale, all right, bill you si Id keep Mime record of event', and i pie winch you can carrj with you through the years, Bnapnihoti on ilm cimpU's dippings from newspapers, imuamluuis of little things of interesl to you now. ami a thousand little things Which y.ai i Id store up, to he „f untold value to you in the years In come Keep a record of your life in College memory will noi cany everything you Will want to remember in the days when you abobee to look far book On college days'. keep a scrap-hook, hy all means] Id nothing slip by...
A VERY COMMENDABLE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
A VERY COMMENDABLE ACT.
Whenever we are acquainted with an occurrence such ns we are afioiu lo relate, there Is a feeling of something a great deal higher than satisfaction thftt, ill thin ,i,n oi selfishness and worldly things, there may yd be found th« spirit of true manhood and gentaema l.a-l week, v, Inn t'olbes-ltiibeilsun WM playing "Ilumlel" at the Academy of Music, m Itichniond, the crowd, as is usual on such occasions, was huge, and places in the theatre were going at n great premium. The line lo the "rush" wiih formed early, some men waiting an hour or so in order to be siirn of getting n seal to witness tins great produotipn, which had been looked forward lo eagerly for weeks;, In this line were a great number of Richmond College itudenta, some ~i Whom had made sacrifices in order to see this great ai'tor piny the wonderful tragedy, The opened family, and ihe crowd rushed in find sens, i g before tune foi tin- ibo* to begin rvny seal was taken, mid people we,,, bein...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond pottage and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, in Advance. I Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room A-15, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. J. A. LHW1.I10, Jii„ - - Kiimui iN-Cuoi HMTUU.IO M'iMI't'Mt, lASMWAKt IIAVK ISA T T'i:i(l''l t-.i.l >. I l'liin.miiN 0 anarj BLAIR, ) i:\.\N rlll>TIJ(MA,N,l Ai.i.iici.VI'11 l''l is [SAAO DlOOSi J MANAOHMKMT. 1' W . PO&B, - - UlliiiNis,. AIa;.a,,i ii Ki.i'iANOH QOPBNHAVTtR, 1 P. 0. PEKDUlt, I .,. »_. .,„„, \i. W. Mill I II. [*"*'■ """■ M "" H II. i). V. VATT, J All luminous niutlcm vliuulil tin adihiiaaeil to Ih.i Hiimii.s.u Miiiiiik'-i All nil,, i matter* aliould coma la tho Edltor-iii-Clilol. W.! nlii.lt tin pleimoil Ui handle uny sludetita' cortnmiHlciilioiiB witlnltio ikpibIiIitiiIidii. AH un nl|jii<nl corroapondence will nut lie pnbllihmt. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22,1016,
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
Charles P Teft, son ot the w-Pweldi at, la captain ol the Veil boakot-btdl it am I'led Cols has hit College, and returned to hli home al Chilhowle, Va., on ancount ! nf ill health Have Mm bought your ttoket ko Wtl« ' linmsburgf If you don't go, you ought to be taken there and kept "lint" Knight went Inline on a short visit last wee),, lie and Dr. McDnniel drove through the country In t)r, Mi ear. Milliourne got a criiekeil nh in liml Saturday's game, but it was not serious enough In keep him mil of practice this week The Phi Gamma Doha Fraternity took in McNeil mi Uoiuhn night. A little party afterwards, with "eate," music, etc, WBi much enjoyed. Janitor Kart, who takce cart ol the auditorium, loet a "mail two-bladed knife in the briildihg the hi.-i nf the in.mill Tim Under will pleaae return it to him. The Sigma Phi Kpmhui Fraternity initialed I H. I'v-on Inst Mmidav night. Alter the Initiation the fellows gave a "spread" in uno of the dormitory Mr. F I,. Boxby, r...
A NEW SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
A NEW SONG.
Several new tongs have been handed ill (biS week, tOgethOl Willi some wood vli~ A good song is always m demand, and Mel. ('aild h.is added another lo blibst. Che words and musk ore original, ami iheaoag rani Ukatbis: We're the Spiders, terrible, I. icibie Spiders, Waving our glorious banners, Shouting urn (loUega boeonnosl Hear OS singing list to the minis Ih.'il wo Niiy 1 Victory'h bringing honor to us (hi la\
A NEEDED IMPROVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
A NEEDED IMPROVEMENT.
There ni„ many things, mituvnlly, which are demanding the time, attention, and facilities of the authorities of the College, ami they ore giving us a grout many things which we didn't expei-i hi SOOn. Uut one inipioM'iiH'iit should be made before the winter mouths begin to crowd iii on us with bad weather, and that is the walk nr path from Ihe mail near Dormitory '-' across to the book- si.ire This is, of BOUrse, one nf Hie must frequently used walkways on the campus, and m bad weather il is almoal hnpasaablo, It could be lived up now much eiiHier I liaii a hi He later, when the ground begins to freeze and the place becomes a cunt imml mud puddle it is a ccrv essential pit 11 oi walkway, and II in OOOStOttt use, lull upon the first rain-fall it becomes a veri- table mire and v lillhy and ittiHighlly mud hole Let's get behind this proptwi- linn, and sec if something can be done. Mr. GooCin is one of Ihe busies! men in Hie world all the time, but we hope I ...