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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
LONG YELL I Rlcle-i id! Ilich-mond! Kich-m I 1 Raul Huh! Bpldersl Hah' l!ah' Rfthl Hull! Hah! Rah! Itichmond! Team! Teiun! Team! SniSitisllllflFul THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. Franklin and Adams Streets. SERVICES: 9:30 A. M. Bible School. 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Regular Worship. 8 P. M. Wednesday Prayer and Praise Service. WARE & DUKE Printers and Publishers 'Phone, Randolph 1801. 17 Governor Street, NMmjl STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, - 9:30 A. M. Preaching, 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. B. Y. P. U. - - - 7 P. M. Homeier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. I Hotel Stumpf. I I
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader ol the " Collegian " is interested in making Richmond College a stronger and bettor College. Much of this great task bolongs to Trustees, Faculty, onI Aliinuii, hut a large part properly falls to the students of this session. The public does not yet realise tho possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent beginning that has been made already. The public believes the College Is rich, anil does not at all appreciate our need for more buildings, for larger endowment, for more scholarships. Perhaps you are enjoying the benefit of a scholarship. Let your acquaintances know what it moans to you, and that probably two more good students from your county would be here if scholarships could be provided them. Tho 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 Hie students aii representatives of the College. Com- mend ...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
Miss RObinSon spent the weekend in \v ashlngton. MisH Frances Olaassll spent the week- end in Richmond. Miss Esther Sanford entered Wast* hamploi' this week. Miss Betsy Camp leaves Wedneadaj In attend her sinter's wedding. Miss BUon Edmonds visited her ,-istcr, \li \l c, Iml mis, IBS! week Mi, and Mrs, 11. I. Willis returned to their home in I'Vcdorirksbiirg Tuesday. About ibtty We-lhainplici i-linlcnis saw Forbes-Robertson in "Hamlel" Mon- day night • Miss Don tUuUOnO WO* the guest of her sister, Miai Lillian Unitsnne, (he lirst of lie week. We regret Hint Miss 9fVTt lb lining ha." linen forced In leave College, on accoiuil of 111 health, Miss Emily I mi'diicr went to hunklm Weilnc,-ila>, lube present at I he ordinal mn of her hint her. Miss Emily Overton left Friday for Norfolk, whan the anted as bridesmaid at a Mend's wedding. Dr. I'VlvCtu'oilc and Miss liobinsoii chaperoned the St omios Hhhk on a vi-it to the Pair Monday. Mimics Mary Weaver, Hosier Ti...
COLLEGE QUIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
Chemistry Student: "What do you know about Priestly?" Wise Soph.: "All 1 know it; Hint he discovered ohemlitry," —o— Miss Robinson, in BngWsh I.: "Borne- bod] gi i na u example oi Exposition. Just think nl something you are familiar with." I 'i iinan (eagerly); "Advice In the l.oveh iii." —o— "Rut": "Thnt eliestiiul you gave me had a worm in it." hello,' BtU It oi : "Well, you noi more than ! Intended to give you." —o — if your feci are squarely on the ground, il won't lnnl Iii have your 1 1 in the clouds oconMoiialh . The Merry One: "Cheer up, old manl Why don't yim drown your sorrow?" The Sail One: "She's stronger Hum I am, and, anyhow, il would he murder." —0 — Professor Young: "Mr. MoNeil, can you give u oonorete case of hardness in a sentence?" McNoil; "Tho V. M. 1. fooMmll team was very bard." P»f, Teni|>leuinn: "Si you mt, Mr. Smith, Hie Hood was nut oaused by a rain, was It?" Smith: " No, air." Professor Templeman: "What evidence have you of it? You w...
YE FOOT-BALL MANNE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
YE FOOT-BALL MANNE.
Attend yr will, mi" nii'i'ii' ini'iinc, Wlnlr I to yOU 'I'l.'ill.' \ i' ballade ni' ye fooUballe guy, H\m happle, happle state, Whennoo'w yeoampui bee doth walks g iinli'iitu gate .t (awk| A iiir m reason bee Is sure Ye woke of all ye walke, lire ni'i'ili'lli mil to stwlir liiiitl In lmv ni' bookea in ihj in' uppe; They dare 00l i san It} m, ii >t they may Disturb ye foot-balls lytie-uppc i k i \cr> wish attended in; Bee imtii ye shower and rubboj .v thrloe each day ii« bath a iiiun<' Plump 'Num. 1 fur bye grubbe, Ye maydens ull ili> ogle nyra, A I'liiini livm nf ye bests; Ailniiiv iiii,i' ni In: si.-iiiviiii freyme, «v eke bys tnanlie ohi ite, A nil they fayne would icratch and byl A oyster joaloushe, Because she wot vefoot*balb maans Thsjj ii"i»'.i was thyis to bee. Hri' burnetii not ye midnighl ml, \ui' quafTeth ale or books, a every nigh.l ii<' byttos ye itrawo \i 0 I'- M.ii'.lii.'Uc. a itudents throng ye stands sarin daye, a watch livs i...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
DIGGS & MOSELEY, GENERAL AGENTS. Penn 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.
v.SEE> 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. Every 'Varsity Team at Richmond Collegs Is i.miiiii it by A. Q. Spalding & Bros, which firm Coach has linen representing fur 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 Piano House In Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. OitnAN of Virginia Baptists. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. 11 lands In the old paths, hut ilia" not stand still. It also walks Una i-in. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STREET. The...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 22 October 1915
The Student Shop. HEADOUMrEHSFOR ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE. 1 Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread American Bread & Baking Co. 1 pCOOP FOR THE EYEBSSM ■ THE S. GALESKI OPTICAL CO. ■ <* M.ln uid _ >» 1 Rut | 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. Shot Repairing Shop- M. KM >*•*!<:, Merchant Sailor Suits and Pan Is Made to Order. Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 208 W. Broad Street. KICHMOND, 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. POLLARD & BAGBY, Weal Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES.
UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT AT WESTHAMPTON. MUSIC CLUB AT HOME IN A NOVEL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT AT WESTHAMPTON.
MUSIC CLUB AT HOME IN A NOVEL FUNCTION.
Tin' Wu»k Club "f WcHtiiuiiipioii entertained very ohartnlrigly Friday even- inu. in h ii' of Lb« new nirl", tht I'liln- iiiiiiiui'iii being attractively tad elevariy arranged to iv|>ri'M'iil im twiiiim at a o&barel The gueeti snambled Mai In the blue room, wham eaeb one wai pweeated will, . ui.-n-U paper eighth-note, on whioh win mitten the fiwl w ,< >nii lint v loma I'lmiiliiii' eong, and Uicae imvinn eooMcutive llneeol the tame tong funnel boublm ami paated <" thi dining 4001 a, Tiir Ifghta and tablei warn Mtirtktally decorated with feme and autumn teavaii and nil oiclkmliu, in lull evening ilivm, Puroiehed muilo while the mint* ware being Mated by the waiters, On the tablei wore distributed newel booltl«t»i which cimluincil I»>tli I In' m> nu mill n mu-n'iil roroanae, tin- inner wm ltd uniiniahod, with Wank epacei to be fitted in wiiii hum™) terras. While t Imm eon- tea...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
MiM l.illiiui'liini.-iini' spenl the Week- end oi hat home in Hampton. Mi-ms Mniy Weaver spenl ilm week-end ni hoi- homo in Newport Nan ■ Mi,n Mary Clay attended tlio Bay Camp wedding al I'l'iinlslin this week Mi-.,.-. Cora mnl Adelaide Walton vi.sito.l their home, in Coiumbia., in.--! week, Mm.H C?orn Walton iiii.ioi'wi'iii mi opertv tit in for iipp.'ii.lii'it Leal Si. Luke's Hospital on Sunday. mili.'i Cbappel) boiled be* doe- skin ;.'.'■ 'is last wool; lo -li.i.ir. lln in. I!i imw bo soon on o.xliiliil in Ilm i Museum al Weethaunpton, cmewhen on the otunpua, a silver In'pin, with Cornell aaa) Tho finder will ptaaae notify tho Weathftmpton of great man nil remind us \\o .'i.n have ourplcturai took, Ami, departing, leave behind ua ,in.i exactly how we took." Miss Keller, in EngUah ll.: "Will tome ono pleaae toll ma the difference in the quarto mnl folio editions ..f Bhakea> peare?" Mixs riii|i|i«: "Well, tlio M ti:irtoM woro written before ho died, but b...
SPIDERS BLANK INDIANS IN FIRST TRY FOR TITLE TO CUP. Crowd of Enthusiasts See Red and Blue Team Secure Easy Victory. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
SPIDERS BLANK INDIANS IN FIRST TRY FOR TITLE TO CUP.
Crowd of Enthusiasts See Red and Blue Team Secure Easy Victory.
Loaded to the brim with Hie mot) I loyal imiieh of loyal Bpiden that eve* I backed a toara, the "Spider Special" | pulled glOrlOUSly "I" "'I hi'hclllle 111,,' I last Baturday. Two hundred and fifty- ihree tickets were gathered up, Including M large number »f the "fair," who added ihe necessary touch t" the happy party Good humor and k* •<»«1 natun filled every inch of atmosphere, and when the lager crowd landed in the Indian town the battle wai already partly won, Moving to the athletic field, the Richmond crowd was collected In a reserved Motion of the grand-stand, while the WiDli ml Mar} body, Home of whom wen masquerading as Indians, tiled the air with Kings tad cheers for tb* team thai wai defending her title tO the OUpi When Ihe Kiehmoiiil *i|imi| run on the field the Bpldar itand went wild! They oheered, and then cheered some moral WUllara inni Ma...
FIRST ELECTION POLLS BIG VOTE. ATHLETIC OFFICERS ELECTED IN FIRST CONTEST OF SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
FIRST ELECTION POLLS BIG VOTE.
ATHLETIC OFFICERS ELECTED IN FIRST CONTEST OF SESSION.
The elect ion schcliilcl for Morulas, to till the. vacancies made by the failure to return to Collage of the Athletic Asso- ciation President an,l ihe Manager and Assistant Manager of the track team, WW pmlii'ipalcd in liy n rniMi imilnhly large par cent, of the members of the Association, The election was Itohl in tlie ;iinli- (oriiiin. and lrn ballots, ell to'hi, wen cast, Twciiiy-iiiic votes wen discarded for Ihe luck of i-ignalui'e, hut. njion I eing counted in, it was found they would o tl o in, difference in the results of ihe elect ion, Nine candidates qualified for the ran, which resulted in the following count: President il. (1, I'rivott (no opposition). Track Manager — T. 11. Taliaferro 7* UK. Allen BO fi v. Russell ;in
.lames B, Patton, Jr 44 "Senior" Quick 12 L, R. Tyson 3;i W. F. Martin 21 laaao Diggs, Jr 10
Since the election of Vice-President I'rivott to the P...
TO-MORROW'S GAME WILL BE HARD FOUGHT. HAMPDEN-SIDNEY WILL TRY TO COME BACK FOR VENGEANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
TO-MORROW'S GAME WILL BE HARD FOUGHT.
HAMPDEN-SIDNEY WILL TRY TO COME BACK FOR VENGEANCE.
The next Important event In athletic circles is the game with Hvnp lon-Sldney, at Broad-Street Park to-morrow, Thin :'.!'lerimon and to-night He will nil gel together and start the ball rolling, it will have in be given » pretty hefty start this time, because Bampdsn-Btdney, so they tell us, is a "heir:" They played in rotten elan Saturday a lot of new men in the icon got stage-fright when they played their first game before a crowds I grand-eland, but Uwnorrow they will have become accustomed to the people, and will be ton from lasl week, and itching fur revenge. It in goiiiK to lie a gn'iil game mnl a hard light, but we've got more of thai lighiing material op our proverbial sleeve. than Ihe Tiger.- ever SSW. Everybody b*ton band at 3:80 o'clock in ihe tegular place, Be primed and nil ho,ike lup I Don't let any msn stay away under any elroumstftnoes, If you sec o
WELL-KNOWN LECTURER SPEAKS HERE. DR. HAIL MAKES INTERESTING TALKS HERE AND AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
WELL-KNOWN LECTURER SPEAKS HERE.
DR. HAIL MAKES INTERESTING TALKS HERE AND AT WESTHAMPTON.
Dr. Wmiii'lil Boot! Hull, ni'ii'l mediae! toaohor, wrltWi utd lecturer, gave ;i very valuable talk In abenel yesterday, im '■'['[,!• Row 1111,1 the Individual In Parallel Booial Development." Tbi* was H, event whioh wai not meraly "ofiaoolal interest to the Re* nan/ but » very in tractive lecture Itj a Learned thinker, who li ( i aa wm of the leading authorities on the anbjeei ol hygianc and . uilii'r great problem*, (in yesterday morning he made a good talk i<' iiic itii'imiomi Academy atudant* on ■•The Making of an Athlete." At Vrectluunpton Colleg*, the earns day, be delivered an addreas mi "A Physician* Menage to Hie Daughter." Lest night, in the v Mi C. t., 11 (nir i'l'.iwil hoard him upaak on"The 1 | Man* Prob- lam," wini'ii mil Intensely vHsli aa wall M very Intereet lag. Such lecture* as these, whioh may he fii'i'iy mill easily attended, do ■ graal deal toward funking Ow...
A VERY WORTHY ORGANIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
A VERY WORTHY ORGANIZATION.
Tho John Marebsvll High Soboosl, er|t» While n OlUb in mill..' unit, '.vns .nlln,l together on Monday in formal masting, io arrange .minors looking to future bot- ini'inonl, nlo. li.i'.i.iii/.iiin the .not llnit, for ii long time, the "olube ' formed here mmii lj for tho purpe a .it receiving ivpri'soitlntioii ill Hie "Spiiloi" wore uaeteai organiaatlons, these men have decided to gal together mnl ■-gaaka tho nlubs count" In College. A regular committee was appointed to draw ni> a regular oonatfttrtli n, uni tha body hi io in- n very regular one Tim Idea tbaj have la to atari a mova- niont wiioi-i'iiy .the bait men in JoJw M.-.i'-iiiill High Schi.ni may not drift off to other institutions when their prepare- inn' i'iiii.'i.ii..ii la completed, but will be drawn liere, where they belong. Mr, K. B, Anderson is one ..t the leading in- atigatora of ihis very commendable piece of work, mnl thaw men should receive the highest t'oii.i'iiiiiliitiniis. An...
IT WAS PRIME! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
IT WAS PRIME!
Jligllt ill this poittl we couldn't refrain from laying o tew words aboul thai trip if we wauled tO, II is sea I" It liece-ary |,„ mention aitv details, for if was so obviously ureal that any dleOUaslon is oul of order, Never did a team (let more lioaely support than was mven by the crowd Hud, Wled the "Spider Special," and saw the bed mid Bhw «0« the hue four limes before (be whistle bl. w Everything was clean and of the highest Ordei loan beginning In end, as always i„ the spud oi nil Bpiderdom, It was a good feeling lo '"' "" r; '''' "'' '" M "' h " line (tow.l that was bubbling with the greatest kind of loyalty and good nature eveivho.lv happy and everything hue.
Never did the elieerinn slop, but it was the load Of Shewing thai would have been I hero just the same in defeat as in victory. The btineh of men who worn' down there may well pride tht n elvei upon their share in a good, clean victory, ami deserve any sal isfiiclioti they may (eel under the ci...
NAME THE "DORMS." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
NAME THE "DORMS."
Same one has handed Ui the suggestion that BOthe suitable names he selected foi ike Dormltorlee, and that the " x "' '" and "No. 2" be dropped from the books. TlUa la the idea we have had for a long ti , and want to see pill Into operation. Thii ""in suggests that Hut be designated as "North Hall" and "fcoUth Hall." Why not? We are tired of hearing "I)ormltory No. 1" end "Dormitory No. 2"— it reminds us bo much of the stable dlroi lions at o Fair, or of soma military post or other.
Somebody make v suggestion HI tw) how this matter may bo arranged, and turn In your suggestions to us for pub- lication, let's .in out lie numbers, and ret some rood names Hint will sound like something, if you don't like the Jinnies Suggested, wet some of \.mi •own liking, and semi ihein along. Wo want the best there is always, of course; so let's get on the job.
LET'S GET ACQUAINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
LET'S GET ACQUAINTED.
We are IODBJtIg for MBIO |r*»l nwahen- Ing whereby th( L*rg* numbei of itudeute who live in the eily can be induced to foiMike (In; alluring streets tod the en- ticing bright lights v little ol theft time, ami spend it with ub out here.
To than of in who wet lufncliitly mi, , t«d in our College to know »lmt. va- liuvc it, it v source of much regret ■mil iv little I'iiof thai th»M men do not soein to euro for the lite which can be
ot'l.ii 110 such lew, We hope those men will learn thai this College, aside from class, isiuii exclusive!} foHhosewboeleep ami cal here, but thai lln-y have an eipial shall- ill all I hat I hoy call lilld, Tliey seeiu lo nssiiiee llinl allitilde of guests, win. pa,j their si vlail quietly, ami as quietly retire again from Whene* 'hey came. An hour or KJ '".eh day is all (he lone they choose lo spare they lal■.- all, and give little. They ooihe and go year all, i ye ii , and when I hey ale done I hey wi.o'i know how ma...
AFTER THE TIGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
AFTER THE TIGERS.
Experienced men men who know what they arc talking about say llampdoii- Bidnaj was not playing in form Saturday, and that WO had belter watch out! So, doli'l gel too chesty because Italidolpli- Maciin walloped her last week, and net the idea that we've just. gOl tO e,o there and take the name as a gracious (lift. We've Kiit to be fearfully on the job every man, every minute, We have been stinking tlghtei than glue so far, and to* morrow we must tlghtOfl up a notch, (let. in shape, tune up., and we will give the Tlgen what Sherman well, well administer a lew doses ol the stuff that cured the Indiana, Everybody net to- gether—close together, and yell for that team When every man is out there pulling villi all lie's no', thai hunch can't lose they won't dare In • I" mOWOW'I name will be a hard one, and it will be harder lor every vacant place in Hie yellljlg line. Hill there Won't be ally vacant places; we're all goln| to be I here itrOOgl
DON'T BE MISTAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
DON'T BE MISTAKEN.
Son,eel' lhe upper-classmen are making ihe complaint that a few Freahn an v on tfl have the idea that (hey me supposed io address the old men with " Mister."
It Ii hardly neosaenry to call attention to this, but it often iimv plao* both parties under embarrassment, This "Mister" business is unneei ry, mi not in order. 'I'his CoUoge is a nuin-tn-
iiiiui place, and il is not, worth while to speak to another fellow in tenni of "Mister 80-and-So."
Ii may b nendable, In a way, showing thai the Freshman Ii recognising his position, and showing reipeot, but don't tin it. Slhav your re peel by beiini reepeetful and courteous, but you will do that to fellow I'leslmien, tOO. Be a Freshman, and realize it always, but don't humiliate yourself. Let's cut out Ihe "Mister" — inuke, it, plain ".loaes" or ".Sinilli."
Columbia plays l and nun, mi Saturday, bet Bui toot-ball gatne In ben years, in Llie presence uf 3,(11)0 jubilant supporters.