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HIP-POCKET ESSAYS. Kisses. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
Kisses are minute, shy, sensitive nr- ganianMi inhabiting dark places ami obeour ir % Especially are they found in the dbnly lights I parlor about (line " mother dear ' laps on (he Hour over-heail with the heel of lu-r house* 11511 ■i , There ale two kinds of kl ' Ihe kiss simple ami the Will kllS The Impla la best explained by an ea ample. Two sweet yoiuvn lhin«s, who haven't seen each ol her lor thin i hours, meet on lie street. A siipptesM i| scream, a Hurry of ekirte, a quick dab, .in,l a critical -survey of ea.-h other's wearing apparel good«bycl Papaueual ly gOta one just before he pulls his eheek-booli for the new Ivusbr hat, ;"••! the bachelor uncle uivcs one just as Sminkey-i lokiini--, with a gOO-gOO, licls both chubby lists in that ban that ha been so eaolnlK embed ovel Ihe bald spot.
The soul kiss is in order when an embryonic mouatMhe gets c strangle hold OH a wad ol tutfilnilli gum, in which the party of the Brsl part fnlls ...
LITERARY SOCIETIES. Friday, October 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
Friday, October 29th.
Mr BlONU Hit" Raadars B, P, Alien. IS, C. Harrison, Deotalmors I, M. Lotane, B. W. 1 irurnp, Current Toplos B, 0. QoodSh Debate "jjeiotoed, Thai the C I ul 1011 uf \ nrno.'i ihmild be le-inmleli'il I olong lines followed by the New York Constitutional Convention." Affirma- tive 8 11. ('.I'lboiin, W, 11. Bagby, Negative P B, Bralth, George r. sumii. I'llll.lll.nlll \V Readers 0. C. Trundle, T K. Toombs ii,',:l:iiineis lit'. Parks, B, P, Bewnrd, t uiieiii Toplos 'i. 11 Potest, liebnie •'h'i.s,iU<<i, That General I .1 rnnnti ihould be sleeted President ol Mexico." affirmative Ki D. Anderson, M. B. Tucker. NegtUive W. K. White, Q, M, Turner.
ON THEIR WAY TO CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
ON THEIR WAY TO CHINA.
The College me honored khta week bj a visit from Mr. and Mi*. K. M. Tamilian and thoir two little boye, Mr. I.oulhan took his degree from Uiiiinioiid College a number of yoare agOi and hie wui, who waa Miss Qertrudß Bfeharde, graduated with the came degree the followrru year, They were married won afterward, and began preparation for ntfaetonary work, upon which Ihey are now noon to begin. They are now on I heir way to S.m I FM owoo, where tbey will embark nexl month for China. It gives us a whole.nine feeling to know thai we we to have men representatives In tbaao far-awaj land and we know they will lake with them the spirit of Hie Red and Blue We wish them the beal of happiness ami success!
Dewllng (w> rtmt-oar)! "Won't yon take my seat, madam?" ErobarraaM l lady: "Ohi I thaw* you ho much. I'll take the pent with plci-mr. but 1 don't wuiit you to lUUkd up."
DIDN'T QUITE GET THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
DIDN'T QUITE GET THERE.
Lost Saturday a party o| tnthuoiastlc no I very loyal Bpl ii'i'M StOrtod on 11 trip <o Ihe "l.imni'V ' town to ', the gome, in the party vers Minn itnMe.1 .a, vllai <,'non- and Ml Wnbliii, Niok I'aiiei. and John Omo> limnlm Weile,'line in until inn llie inline uf iiit en iimi were tubfi imi iii'-i ivere not on board tha "Bpl ler Special." All we 11 well for ;i while thaw were having n great irip. But ( alasl The road they knew not! They rmle lien, ninl their. ,:, 1 e.niii' book, 1 lo'ii the) tried the oilier 1,1:1 I, bill no USD, i'uially, OS the dim shadows were falling, end the whip- pOOt mils Ik'kiiii llieii' ilolel'ul bus ,|mui by the "i'l null stream, 1 lie party In sight of the Motoric old town, guided by 'L-e lighta ol overling, whtoh seemed to have been burning for some time. Thej ili,|ilii','l uiixinilidy eiuii'i'i'iiinn the name, and 1 aen the "Special" pulled out, They arrive 1 in iiii'iiiuiiiul eomewhere around the wee sma' hoursi w...
TENNIS WORK BEGUN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
TENNIS WORK BEGUN.
The preliminary tennis tournaments, in preparation for the niokiug ol the leami in defend the cup, have begun tins week, and ars being played of! by rnemhers oi :i,e various els sees. Each olaes boldi Iti preliminary trials, ond, by the 1 1 ol uliiiuniiti'iii, plflks Its men When thin 1, i-n ibiii,', teams will be pii kmi from the different classes to compete for the ohvM ehamplonship, Manager Ragby Is iniieii pleased with the Interest thai Is being shown, end says that the prospeots im ;i winning team when tha inter- qollegiates some around are very good. We (nil that this new line o( (port will not be thought lightly "i, and 1 " will demand sufficient Interosl I oup for the library «i>eif.
She; "I'll never tuniTy n drunkard.-" lie: " No, not if he lisp " before the ceremony."
DONT'S FOR FRESHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
DONT'S FOR FRESHMEN.
Don't sttliseiibe (o your College pilli- lieniiiMis read your room-mate's, Don't break too many wtndowe out ol the dormitories when you some In after a iimi-bail gams ii may 1st ths draft in. Don't sen,1 your oollara to the laundj i borrow ■ Dnn'i (tet to obapal on time twenty minutes Is too long for any man to atny in uhapel, Dejn'l read your parallel ioeV by week gome one may OCOUOt you of being n book- worm. Don't give everybody s glad "Good innming" 011 your way to bronkl'imt I bey will think y»u are "politicking." Don't be too radical in your eomltiet run im' fool ball manage*.
At a certain college In ' • a toe male ,-tu'lenis bite not permit* resident female boarden If] R Di.ile s: 11.lent WilK OBUgbt calling mi n college girl, and was bt before the President, who said "Wt II Mr. Jones, the penalty for t) ■ Srad oSeose 1 nit \ cents; for the scco cants; for the third, one dollar, and so on, rloing tO bve dollars." In solemn brass the trespasser...
Unnumbered Page Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westhampton Collate Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, Subscription, $1.38 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. OfBee! Room A-15, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. j. a. i'.i-:hi.ii:,J".. - ' ''"' '"'""' | ;;|| | | I. Kl MI'I'H, I ASSISMIIT |,,'m - m ii.iiiii.i.11,1 Kaieoss-tSfCmsi MiifenMAN,) asaeaun ftKfcuj I \.M H1UUH, 1 MANAGEMENT. p W, KdlilO, - - BesattSS MANAer.ii i;i EANOII (Di'KNllAVKU,) V. Q VJRhOW, Ami--Hen. M.iuK I.,: w. Mit.i.i-.ii, u. i. IVYATT, I All l»uuliie»» nutlori Bticuld be »ddr««*«d to ih. bJ.i"« Mfassei Mjs*ei ».ii.w.i»uM coroe to Ibe Edltor-lii-Cliiel. We ulinll lie plr«««<l to fundi'' «BI SlsASBtt' „„,:,,',,, ,ni Villi ilui iiiiiMdi mi"."- All ii«■ &pSmuSm» will art »s sekUskst FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1'H5.
NEWS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
rim iinvi'i'.-iii ol ivi.iM,. i,.,., rwiaed n ruling wherobj every mala studenl is i'im>P"iini to play lull imii ni least two periods every week, t'.ililiinoi, I un it, Hv Is abtPUl In iil.iin- .inii uii.'i.-i.iin'ii.'ii,' rowing iiii together. fnoi-iuill, whi.i, baa been reinstated there, la in ink.' the place ol thli iporl \,i ii.ni. i- any good |u*i beowi i bii grandfather drank juleps with n«neral Iniiu'ii— nl Ihr Battle of Hill Hull it's not,lris l||l 111 MOI riiiniiiili tome very wonderful ox- pi'riinoiiK tun ,I'ilni'i I liipkhi-s pn.l. oi loivi'iini'ii able to show theetTod of drugs .m l.'aini.iic. They find thai strychnine doubles ilm rapiii'iiy, while oaffelna <1.-- -i'ioiihi's ihe capacity by about imJf. They have also ibowu thai ret. a 10. blind, Tlii' I'n'.Ti','. ~,•,/InmniviMi 11,1 a vi.lunlili' auggoation as to tho manner of proposing tt. v nirl, if tho party be in any way iluiililfiil mnl you tool you've Itot In have hot Try this: "Will you man...
A PROPER ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
A PROPER ANSWER.
\ ung Intly roßontly aent this ox- iry rerjuset to tbo editor of a journal! I I inn think il rigthl h»' a gtfl l<> hi! i iii'h lap, even if ."he in Bttgftged?" 11. • i liinr ipsol aorae lime In thought, rid I ten anmvnrinl her im follows! 11 ii weir our kiil and our lap, \e», again, if it were some oilier fellow't girl nnil our hip. Httl if il were our girl mill KM lu'l' fellow's ISO, etiiplliillrully no. \V,' ilmi'l approve Of lUCfa frivolity." Btekongt,
GENERAL COLLEGE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
GENERAL COLLEGE NEWS.
lii our matrimonial note* for this week wo take pie innm in announcing Hie marriage of Dr, Rosooa Bpenosr, It. A., 'Oil, lo Min< Mary O.irlainl (ir.mty, of Baltlin ire. Dr, Spencer lum for some in,,' beau o fan*,its l with the Units ) Statsi Health Department, The wad* liiu i-i ih place in ll.tll.iin ire 00 October '211. (0 itober -11 see ni to have been v big day for itiohm md Oollsg*.) Dr. Anderson, ipoke at the Richmond ) m c a Sunday, tins bslng the second leelnre ill I he series which in now running there, lie also SOOkt Friday night ul the tlrace Arenls .School ill Hi, linioiiil, his subject lining "<ii,i,'l Government tot Richmond."
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. Franklin and Adams Streets. SERVICES: 9:30 A.M. Bible School. 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. Regular Worship. BP, M. Wednesday Prayer and Praise Service. WARE & DUKE Printers and Publishers 'Phone, Randolph 1801. 17 Governor Street, RICHMOND, Vfl. 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, Homeier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. fhmmtH » 1 a j Hotel Stumpf.i
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegfun " is interested in making Richmond College a stronger and better College. Much of this great task belongs to Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni, but a large part properly falls to the students of this session. The public does not yet realize the possibilities of our new location, nor the excelleut beginning that has been made already. The public believes the College is rich, and does not at all appreciate our need for more buildings, for larger endowment, for more scholarships. Perhapß you are enjoying the benefit of a scholarship. Let your acquaintances know what it means to you, and that 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 the ...
GENERAL COLLEGE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
GENERAL COLLEGE NEWS.
Mrs. Qaitttl enlcrtiiinod lliu Moieluy t 'lull ul her lioine liere on left Monday. Chita, CoKspsni Bunday al bit h I Id Newport Newt, Barbour bad hia faths* at bit guest I'm- g rlini't while this week. Dr. W. ,1. Mctllollilin, of Louisville, Kv., niuiie v very Interesting talk at ehiipel on Wednesday, Jake Prlvott'i ihouldor is oopilng along nicely, inni he expects tO I'"' In the line-up with bolls on Saturday, Professor Handy: "What is chicanery?" Tyson: " It't n plaOl What! 'Ij «• > niiimi- faoture ehiooryt Alloriiev Johll .1. Wicker, .lr., paid » VUlll in his old Irieiuls i" < lollegS mm night Huh \teelt. "Hiu" Crump tnei his father al the Wl|ltam and Mary game Bnturdfty, end went home fur the week-end. Dr. MoDnnlol has been out bl town for a eoiiple of weeks, lie is expeclcd lack the latl ni Ik's"'ak \v. k. Alien is attending the Bute Convention »f the student Volunteer Movement, which iH ill isession in l'ltlin- villo this week. Tin' first issu...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 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 Dobsonj ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Equip-j ment for Men and Women Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. Every' Varsity Team at Richmond Colleuo | is outfitted by A. Q. Spalding & Bros., which firm Coach has boon repiesentlnu for ton year i. Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music. Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 205 E. BROAD STREET, Only Ono-Prlro Piano House In Virginia, Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA, 1222 Mutual Building. OIIOAN OK VIIKIINIA IIAI'TIHTH. Subscription, $2,00 a Year. It stands In i im ii lit paths, but dots riot stand still. It .ii'-'.i walkt therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION, Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STREET....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 29 October 1915
The Student Shop. W HIADQJARFEHSFOI ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE. Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread Amßrican Bread & Baking Co. pCOOD FOR THE EYEB—I ■™t s 6ALESKI WTicai co. s 1 Main did .„.„ - 3»1 tut. I | jMt* Si. JKfWm " r0( " 1 stl "'' | ——* Correct Engraving. Weddinglnvitalions, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and Visiting Cards, Crests, Mono- grams, and Stationery. : : HUNTER & CO., Inc. 629 East Broad Street, RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA. 'Phona. Randolph 2110. Slna Hipjlri gShop JM. ROSE, flDcicbant bailor Suits and Pants Made to Order. Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 208 W. Broad Street, MUIMUNII. VA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 30)1. "Eagle," "Emblem," "Dayton," "Crescent,""Ardmore Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles, Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. rOLLf\RD& Bf\GBY, Real Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES
ONE GOAL SPELLS DEFEAT FOR SPIDERS. TIGERS TAKE FAST GAME AFTER BREAKS OF LUCK AGAINST THE RED AND BLUE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
ONE GOAL SPELLS DEFEAT FOR SPIDERS.
TIGERS TAKE FAST GAME AFTER BREAKS OF LUCK AGAINST THE RED AND BLUE.
"A bOOted hull on v try tit Kind from touch-down grated ths upright, and, for it bare suit, hseltated, end then 'leiiecieii aoroai the bar, it wns onu point, mill tlinl point won the RiMie. The score sti«»d 7 tv <>."
Hut thit do«S n" 1 t*lJ 'he reitl Ktory uf tho gome—it in ii Story of bod breaks of luck, mid heart-hreiikiiiK losses after brilliant work by ii superior teem s jjiwie in ivhieli the losers bud gained nunc ili.iii lour MUM «- s iiuicb ground us their opponents, inul Inul out-phiyed Ibein lit every sliiko by straight lout-hull luetics. Ilninpileii-Siibiey iiivi'.'i her victory over ibe Spiders t" wmething mors than her font-hull ability
liiimpilcii-sidni'Y kicked Ural to Rich* mood, and Pofli Cosby, and Wicker rushed Hie bull tn tbe Tigers' seven-yard line wit bout n |tOD Then the visitors tOOI the bull, itnd punted. I'oluirii blocked 'he...
BIG TIME TO-DAY AND TO-NIGHT. LARGE CROWD WILL BE ON HAND TO PREPARE SPIDERS FOR TO-MORROW'S FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
BIG TIME TO-DAY AND TO-NIGHT.
LARGE CROWD WILL BE ON HAND TO PREPARE SPIDERS FOR TO-MORROW'S FIGHT.
To-nigbtat 7 o'clock, In the auditorium, the big roily of tho year will lie held This rally before the Ituiidolph-Miicoii giimo has ciinie to Intone of the traditional celebrations of this College, and it thing lo he looked forward tn. U has been a tune when the old men enuld OOlUe hack to look in on wlmt was happening about, Collage, and lii j ivUli Hie throng in a hearty pledge ojf support to the leiini Hint, should go to battle lor the Red mid Blue.
Everybody will be there except the Crusty mid time-worn book-worm, who cnu'l spam the time from his Creek. He on the job, nil you luyiil Spiders, young ami old, mid bring some folia wilh you. This is 11 time of imcintined good milure, and ymi can't miss it. Every good man in College will be there, of course; but spread the news, and gather in your friends from the outside, The affair will only last forty-live minutes 7...
STUDENT CONFERENCE HERE THIS MONTH. Y. M. C. A WILL ENTERTAIN LARGE DELEGATION—NOTED MEN TO SPEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
STUDENT CONFERENCE HERE THIS MONTH.
Y. M. C. A WILL ENTERTAIN LARGE DELEGATION—NOTED MEN TO SPEAK.
The Cabinet of ths Richmond College V M C A. liiih invito'.) th* State V. M ('. A. Student Ciinfererice In incet ben' from November IHtb lo November 21*1 All of the t»JSk)ns *wll he held in the (allege auditorium,
The pumonntl of the speakers is one of the beet ever secured for v Stale tin (•fence Included In it srs Dr, Oeorgs J. Fisher and Mr. I'lnllip A BwoitS, of Now York; Mr. Arthur Rough, of China| Dr. W. I). Wenlheriiiril, Southern Student Secretary; Mr. w, w Broekmu and Charles W. Kent, of the University of Virginia; Messrs, S, Q, Aekley, 11 p, linker, inul M. U, l of Richmond, We hope to uiinoniice the complete pro- gram m Till. Cat ISO ian Bejel week.
Among our visitors we ire expecting representatives of practically nil the colleges of Virginia, as well lid of ths leading preparatory Softools, Thus will be with nit four days, and it , ■ up to us to shO...