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Y.M.C.A. HOLDS BIGGEST MEETING IN THE HISTORY OF RICHMOND COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
Y.M.C.A. HOLDS BIGGEST MEETING IN THE HISTORY OF RICHMOND COLLEGE.
The tiK'eimg of the V M (' \, last Thursday, murks *v epoek in lie history nt Kn IllllOUd < 'ollegO Some thin ,[„, when we had 107 out, two mcml ,i the Ifaeulty aaid they fell sure thai >vm Die largest ever known here l.usi ~„• Coach Dobaon apoke in iilmiul sixty men when lie addle-, I the V.. M. C, A Us pi i i i,n, !,v he poke to 165, \nd ( oi. li always has wmethlng to nay which:, wo are willing lv listen 10, lie Muited out by defining his position and attitude towards our work, and then, straight hum the shoulderi told us some things lo ihink Among other things, lie paid a high tribute to our nets foot-ball Captain, : t'ol.urn, and to our V. M. C, A. President)' Durham, saying thai ho was glad thai such men as llie.-e were SO BtltiVO ill both thlelles mid mil Y. M. C. A. Work, Couch told us he hoped lo see more inhlelie men iv ihe V, M. C. A., and ii« m.Mi, This Ihe Y. M. C. A. iimt heartily endorses, ...
INTER-COLLEGIATE SOCIALIST SOCIETY CHAPTER TO BE ORGANIZED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
INTER-COLLEGIATE SOCIALIST SOCIETY CHAPTER TO BE ORGANIZED.
If present pliuih are carried through, Richmond College will be added to ii» list iii nboul seventy largo universities and colleges in America thai have chapters of the lnler-Coilegiate Socialist Siiiulv. Jesse C. Duke, '15, in Iho moving spirit n the organ tuition of n Richmond College [chapter, As stated m an article in 7'As .1/- isrs* i/ii , about Mm vents ago, (lie ,111)1 ' of the lutec-Ciillegiutc Socialist Society if "in promote an intelligent inter* ! '" Hocialism among college men and women," which is done by having lectures, ditt and debates on Socialism *nd kindred subjects during the session. In I'll. Richmond College organised the Ami chapter in the South, with I rank Gainaa, '13, William Simpson, '13 din ■spin i, 11, and other students, as : .env bers. However, tho graduation, shortly afterwards, removed the active spirit^ mill Richmond College bits nol mr« been represented. Paul 11. Douglas, llowdom, Mi,...
PRESIDENT BOATWRIGHT ENTERTAINS IN HONOR OF DEAN KELLER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
PRESIDENT BOATWRIGHT ENTERTAINS IN HONOR OF DEAN KELLER.
M"ii iiuin one hundred people Wflli ' i"' i tamed nl the home of Pre idem 9, VV. Boatwright, Friday night, D'cen- bet lib Me.. Keller, Dean ol v.'eaV j li.uiiptmi < lollege, was the guest of hoi** In-i in tin. receiving line were Mr awl|Se Mm. Boatwright; next, Miss Keller. ■in«|f) nexl, Dr. and Mrs. Melealf. Di'lichtfis, piineli «as nerved, and. later, a ivcß- phniiic'l dinner, in r tiistcftlll.V-deei.il I'd dining-rooiii. The ..,,),„ Kchcnii" rtS " pink und white, carnations ol 'In"en colors being in abundance nil ovrt'.j (he room, \fier sum,' \„.\\;■-. of plen »«' conversing the guc*ts departed.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westhampton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Subscription, SI.OO Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room D-4, Dormitory 2. ICMTOHIAI. HOARD. .1. A 17, II I'KII, - - Kllllnll-IN-Illlla', I FLORENCE BOSTON, 1 i_'-Bnirnna in Oitiri VVBBTON liliisiow. I A " 4 "•I'Jroiiß-iN.uui'.K i 111 I E IW'MI'KII. 1 *■ I ■■ I "'Hh AM, AiisneiAii- I'l,l'ioiis .1. It. W il l-.V, AHWIUAIh I.DiroilH, ii.wk :;ath;iil'll'.i.ii. I MANAGKMKNT. UoiiKH Mll.l.lllsl'llt, - lliisiNiais Mahauhh MAROaMIT JAJUvB,J p'W foKB?' Auh't lies, MMAMMA it, C. miuiikss, ) All bimliiimi. mailers should ho nilrtremied to llie liuaiiii'bii MniwiKir, Allolhtr mutter.'should COmi I" II"' sidltor-in-Clilat 1 . Wo s.liiill be tili'imeil lo liimdlii any attticlcuttt' cominuiilcailone with duo coiiatliliiralinn. All me ii-io -I ciiircHpiinileiiiiti will mil bo iiublithod, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1014.
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
The fool-bull "lelli'i ■" men reported al ■''outer's last Tuesday afternoon for a picture William Martin lias been enjoying n visit, from his friend, Prof, W C. Wlutlnck, of Brandy, Va, Miss Mary Weaver hud us her guest fur the weekend Miss Helen Turner, of Newport News. Mrs. WesUm Hrislow, oi Middlesex county, attended the inter Society debate on hridny evening lust. ||ci .-on, Weston, wus one of Ibe dispiilimls, 10. N. Gardner is in Washington, D, C, busily engaged in research work. He is collecting diilu fur his thesis, "lOdmiind Stevenson." He will be there a week, ai least. It. 1,. I.uey, Jr., bus been entertaining li. 1.. I.aey, Sr, of Soottlburg, Yu. Mr. Lucy look such an Immediate inleresl ii) College affairs thai he rental I over with his son lo altend the debate Friday night. Our College bus made a pleasant impression on him. The Senior I,aw < 'bins and Senior Academic class elected "The Spider" officers Thursday. Mr, J, J Wicker, Jr., was honored with...
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT.
A party of "rats" were coming homl from the l.yrie nil the car-line, tin' show, in their untutored minds, had heen line.l mousing mid high class, especially Hie yodeling of tha Alpine singers. Con had, fOf bun iniiiules, licen alarmingly ipiiel Sudilenlv he blurted mil, "They were ,-ome singers, weren't they." "Who?" "Those ymnlelnr» We heard." —o — "I'iver been stoppeil up il \oiir heud'"' To Muss, Joe 1,, did sin ml. "I have,".-aid Uass "Ah, ha 1 " said Joe, " And how did you gel out'"' . Our brother editor, Mr Gaiy, had called upon Dr Boatwright tomalm tomi requeal In regard to the Gary und Jones elolbes pressing estidiliHliment. Dr. Boatwright! "Well, Mr. (inry, the c ittee will take up this affair in a few days. There are some very pressing maiieis to be eonaidered first. fiury; "Y_J| sir; but this, too, is a /"'■-"'"/ mailer."
DR. YOUNG WILL LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
DR. YOUNG WILL LECTURE.
Nexi Tuesday afternoon, al i o'clock. Dr. Young, Professor of Psychology ami Philosophy, will lecture, in the auditorium On n subject interesting to all. lie will dlseusa the mind in its relation to the body, To mISS Ihis lecture would be it misfortune, for Dr. Young, besides being able tO get ill the depths of his subject, is able, at the same time, to build his sen- tences so (hat lo nil they are attention holders.
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY.
S. S. Hill cm!,;,led .ervices at, the Boldler. 1 Qomt in the morning. 11. 'I. Eatttt preached at the City Home chapel in the iillernoon. K. 1,. Mansion supplied for one of ihe New Kent churches. J, 11. Gather supplied for the pUHlur of Friendship Church, in Charlotte, county. C. 0, Thomas had charge of (he services ai Deep Hmi lor Ihe morning. 11. W. Connelly supplied both morning and evening services for Dr, l.ove, a I V\. ' I ml Church, IVtcrshurg, Vn. W, II Harlow preached al Bibyiis Road church, Albemarle county, 11. O. Wyatt visited the saints al, Chase City Haplisl Church for both services. 10. I). Kane nnd W. 1,. Davis conducted ServiMS at the Home for InciiriibleH on Friday nnd Sunday al'lernoons, respec- tively.
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOLDS REGULAR MEETING-MANAGER ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOLDS REGULAR MEETING-MANAGER ELECTED.
The Athletic Association held its regular monthly meeting on Monday, December 7th. The most important business eras the election of the Manager iiml Assistant Manager of the wiii foot- ball leiim. The nominees imiile by tho Executive Committee were \V. 11. Brannock, 0. C. Boyd, and V. s. Metoolf, ,i,n Leslie wiin nominated from the dour by W. 8, Green, in a very appropriate p li Weston Bristow seconded ihe nomination. The race w.us very close between Boyd, Leslie, and Brmmook, and it eras not until the third ballot that Boyd was ejected, 06 to 70, The nice for Assistant Manager was no lea warmly contested by the regular nominees, W. 11. Bagby, E, B. Branson, and Lee Uggon, who was a most faithful and efficient assistant during n part of the past season. On tho second ballot I.iggan reoelvod a majority, These art' two excellent men, and wo look forward to a most successful season next fall.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 9 December 1914
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PARALLELISM AND INTERACTIONISM DISCUSSED. "WHY THE MIND HAS A BODY" SUBJECT OK DR. YOUNG'S DISCOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
PARALLELISM AND INTERACTIONISM DISCUSSED.
"WHY THE MIND HAS A BODY" SUBJECT OK DR. YOUNG'S DISCOURSE.
To a very interested and attentive audience, Or. Young, I'rol'essor of Psy- chology and Philosophy, delivered g lecture Tuesday afleriinoii ill the audi- torium. He showed that the disagree- incut between the two "iaras" material* mii and spiritualism is :\ problem of ihe place of mind ill mil lire Win a Mind? If llie physical world is a cloned circuit, and Ihe body an iiutiiiiialon, what is Ihe mind | i fort Materialism iH old, The early philosophers, including I'lnlo and Arislolle, WOTS slightly materialistic in tendency, But the dualism of mind ami body originated with Desoarte* in tin sventeenth century The now oopu< lur paiallelisiu between the body and the inmil began with Spinoza. Physiology kepi Ibe Idea sin, ('nliiuiis went so far s* to -iii that the liriuii woretes thought *| ihe liver secretes bile. Others isiiitl, und say, thai ihe brain is an organ of the...
FACULTY EAGERLY ANTICIPATE HOLIDAYS. SOME WILL WORK, OTHERS PLAY; SOME A LITTLE OF BOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
FACULTY EAGERLY ANTICIPATE HOLIDAYS.
SOME WILL WORK, OTHERS PLAY; SOME A LITTLE OF BOTH.
Till-; Ciil.l.llolAN takes pleasure ill announcing to the students of Richmond College where each of the "Profs." expects lo spend his ('lii'istiiina holiday Sonic of lliem will make il v hull,l;.\ , other* a time of hard work, it b rumored that all of them will lake Chrislinas da., off, however Dean Melcalf will spend the greater part of the time in lliclimolid with his family. Hi* plan is to lake n few ilnya' tup l,i New > oik City, where he will al lend ihe Modern Language Association meeting, Professor Norman, of the Department of Sociology and Kihieiiliun, will spend Ills time in I but well, (leorgia, with hi* people Ah I'rofcssor Norman goes to a more pleasant climate, I'rofcssor I limited will be wrapping his overcoat more closely BboUl hiniHclf. He goes to Brockton, Mass., his home loun, I'm nil "vac." Dr. Montgomery, Latin Professor, will remain in Riohmond with hi* famil...
SMILES, WILES, AND EATS AT REFECTORY. "OPEN NIGHT" INDEED A GRAND SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
SMILES, WILES, AND EATS AT REFECTORY.
"OPEN NIGHT" INDEED A GRAND SUCCESS.
All praise to whom praise in due. This lime it is due In Dr. K. C. James, who | bus charge of (be Kiclm d College refectory. Lust Friday evening, from IS to H o'clock, ho turned Ihe "hennery" into line big reception hull, and sweet smiles and bewitching glances Hew aOTOH it thicker than our biscuits did mi v Saturday night at nipper, The ladies from Wcstlmmplon College and from Uicliiiuind Woman's College were there, and, uf course, it being supper lime, all of the Itichiiiiuid College boys were on hand, There was v piano l.liere, and the tables bail all been taken mil bul the chairs und the chiiperniicH hud I n left behind. The heads of each of thee* institutions were present, and a number of Ihe faculty und their wivOH—if ihny were fortumile enough to have them. Dr. Mi'Diiiiiel, our always wcl- cninc visitor, WO* also on bond, Well, what of it .-illV If you were there you'll never forget it; if ...
WESTHAMPTON PLAYS Y. W. C. A. HARD FIGHT, BUT SMOOTH FLOOR LOSES GAME FOR COLLEGE GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
WESTHAMPTON PLAYS Y. W. C. A.
HARD FIGHT, BUT SMOOTH FLOOR LOSES GAME FOR COLLEGE GIRLS.
I In Thursday evening all of West- Ihampton College turned out to sea ths lirsl match game in Ihe history of the College. It was played ogalnat the Y. W. C, A„ und on Iheir hull-room floor, though it in called * gymnasium, The W*at< hiuiipton girls, being accuslomeil. to a COUrt, on which the grass wus actually growing, found themselves at a con- si, leruhlc disadvantage, as they Iried in vain lo stop their sliding feet, I Though the seme was 89 to 7, in favor ol tin Y. YV. C. A., it does nol tell ihe brave light put up by the Wesihiimplon 'Varsity. Neither does il tell the good spirit with which they look their defeat, And, though the lirsl game to go down in Wcstliainploii College history is not able to OOUItt points to its favor, DBVBI thele-s, it is certain (hut both the "root- ers," whose Cheering was perfectly splen- did, led so ably by Miss Klhd Suiithcrs, and the team, ha*...
WESTHAMPTON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ENTERTAINED. MISS CRENSHAW A CHARMING HOSTESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
WESTHAMPTON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ENTERTAINED.
MISS CRENSHAW A CHARMING HOSTESS.
At bar beautiful home, Xo. Old west Franklin street, Miai Fannie (reaahaw
oharaingly entertained the Atblotlo \ <> I cint iini mi Saturday afternoon, peoen)* i„ i i 'ih. from :30 o'clock I After the delightful rofra il il were laervod i>> the Mlaao* Crenihaw, a**latod by tha offloers of the Aaaoolatlon, Mia* Kathleen Bland gtVO B brief i-l.etcli of I lie In ttorj "i tha \",ui in,,11. anil of the wonderful arousal and Improvemanl made tbi* yciir mi iiii'iiiint of the aplandld backlog of the I'hyaioal Director, Mis* Crenahaw, Then thepreaenUd tha Intor* olaa* oup to tha 1817 1818 obuaaa, until the dooidlllg giiinc shall be playeil olf, each having been victnrinii* in the l\vn games played, Wesihiinipiiiii (lolloge la moat fortunate m isourlng Minn Crenahaw'* wrvioea m It* athletic*, \ graduate of Bryn Mawr, aho alaa hulls seven of the world* record* for high lumping, hurdle tr...
MERRY CHRISTMAS! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
Thai vol! may find Smils-lil faces mid loving heart* awaiting you. That you nia.\ lake lone. Walk* with I ie friends down old path* In harmony of spirit, und that the Aro-gIOW at nlglll may be out-shoiii' bj the lace of the mystic i irelc. That there maj be new books to und iii quietude and pi'iu','. old loved book* in be cmc sed by your bonds, and re-read in the lißhi of the "living-room lamp," its in the yesterday*, Thai there may be gift*, not preo in thai they cost muoh, bul that they or* given in love. That, you niiiy he rested iii the beautiful home life where r I Is most soolhiiiß und strengthening, That the turkey be fat, and the dressing «cii reasoned, The-.e are tho Christmas wishes of Tin: (.', ,1.1.1 (iIAN.