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WOULD SEE MORE ATHLETIC INTEREST. "A SOLID SPIDER" URGES THAT WE LAY STRESS ON STUDENT ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
WOULD SEE MORE ATHLETIC INTEREST.
"A SOLID SPIDER" URGES THAT WE LAY STRESS ON STUDENT ATHLETICS.
Mr.Jottph /.. .''n. Better Rithnmd Cot- legimi: Don Sir and Spider, I wish to call your attention to n few very importunt iaotrt oonesrnmg athletics at Richmond, College, and, if Hiiine meet*, with your approval, I would thank you to publish in TTtK CIII.I.KIIIAN. In the beginning, I frankly confess that my shortcomings will not allow me to present tho situation in a cntieise way, I especially the liner workings of those tliat .ire in charge of athletics vi Rich- mond College, but, frnm my humble station, 1 recite only the apparent foots. It 1:, my intention to cull to your notice the foot-bidl situation, nnd especially the loot-ball material that daily may bo seen on stadium held. We have 11 daily Dumber of about thirty men, tmd of this only ObOUt half are on the 'Varsity siiuiul, hardly a Sufficient number of men to compose the team anil give tbo noces-
FACULTY LECTURES PROMISE MUCH. LEARNED ADDRESSES BY WELL-KNOWN PEOPLE FEATURE OF FALL'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
FACULTY LECTURES PROMISE MUCH.
LEARNED ADDRESSES BY WELL-KNOWN PEOPLE FEATURE OF FALL'S WORK.
Official announce nl has ben mads of the sorb)* of Faculty leoturos which lire lo be beld bere tint full. ThOSC lectures are illwiiyn of Hid hinhcul order, mid nri; delivered niter great preparation itud consideration of every minute piece of their subjects, Students and their friends will he iti'fonleil opportunities which they cannot well nuns, mid which are nol to be bund ordinarily,
Tbo lectures will be held in the Colli kc auditorium, and are free to ths public, students being urged to invite ns many of their friendsss they will.
In former years these lectures have been n bin feature In the work of the College, and have become known to the cilllcitled people of Iticlllllollil ll:- it l\nr|. Of much coiicern. All I host: who SVOII themselves of these opportunities, and attend these valuable addresses, will be amply repaid. The whedule follows: Tuesday, November f...
DR. HALL PLEASES LARGE AUDIENCES. EMINENT SPEAKER TELLS THE THINGS WE ALL SHOULD KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
DR. HALL PLEASES LARGE AUDIENCES.
EMINENT SPEAKER TELLS THE THINGS WE ALL SHOULD KNOW.
Among the most valuable lectures given licic for some tune uciv the tun addresses delivered by Dr. Hail on last Thursday, morning and night. At tho chapel pSHand on Thursday morning he minle v shofl speech OR the parallel ilc\clopiiu'iit of the Individual and the race, presenting tile subject in n very unique ami interesting manner. He traced the development of the human race through its various stages from the, beginning of history to the present time, showing the regular strides and planes of civilian! inn Then he showed tho similarity of development of the individual from child) d to maturity, drawing a very Interesting 0OTO« parison in parallel. His audience was attentive and enthusiastic, mid greatly enjoyed lus excellent remarks, At iumli!, under the Y. M. <'. A au- spices, Dr, Hall gave a very striking lecture before a lame audience of students. His subject on this occasion d...
HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT WESTHAMPTON. MISS KELLER ENTERTAINS STUDENTS, WHILE SPOOKS AND WITCHES PROWL ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT WESTHAMPTON.
MISS KELLER ENTERTAINS STUDENTS, WHILE SPOOKS AND WITCHES PROWL ABOUT.
The cie of All HiilhnVM wiim n lenlive occasion at Weethampton again thin VSOr, when Derm Keller whs hostess to I lie -.lielent body.
At h:.'IO o'clock 'he guests bad arrived. Everybody was in costume, and many were the styles and color Hellenics Then- were gypsies, Italians, Indians, Turks, Knrwuis, nurses, fanners, Howe,:., and various outers. On arriving, the um-sts were ushered iiiin ihe diniiigii.ili, whose usual appear* Once WIW lust for the time in the heavy decorations, and seemed to be :i great foretl overhung with gray goaded boughs ami silver uiosse.s. Owls and other ill- luiiened creatures, from their perches In tbe branches overhead, kept watoh over the assemblage. Arranged about the Mom were tables set. in banks of loaves ami corn-stalks, aivl here eniilil bo gotten nil softs of refreshments doughnuts, apples, peiitiuls, etc. T'lten, from a rusty ke...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
Visitor: "Who plays Iticlunntiil College Saturday?" Weathampton Student! "Tho boys (mm Sydnor A Hundley." —o— Biology Student: " Do you know why a col,«eh is used to iloenriite our Biology toxta? " "Why, it's to show Hint Hint's where tiie. Spiders get caught." —o - Or. rowers, in Math. II.: "This prob- lem isn't right; therefore, it's wrong." ,1 Miss Susie Ware spent the week-end with Miss Frances Qlsi nil MlsS Mitry Decker attended a wedding iii Fredericksburg Wednesday. Dr. Cary, of Newport News, was a visitor at the College on Thursday Miss Wickes, of Baltimore, svest tho guest vi Miss Robertson fm the week-end. \ii - Ella Davis, nf Newport News, visited M'ss Mary Lett fur several days this week. Miss Dorothy Williams, of Newport New!, spent the week-end :it Hie Collage, as tbt> guest of Miss Dot Gary. Misses Fran, cs (diissoll, Dot Cary, inul Mary Weaver ulti'ii'le I I lie Medical Bull at the Jefferson Thursday evening. Misses Elisabeth Nindc and Vir...
DON'T LAY DOWN ON THE JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
DON'T LAY DOWN ON THE JOB.
best briiliiy v rally was iiiimiunnl [p. |:i", p. ,\| , Instead Of Ol night, since the Hampden-Sidney leiini would be here at night. At 4:18 seventeen men were ~n band, and oboUl fifteen more were collected alter making Hie "OWU.I ol the dormitories. A.I 4:48 ti "' l "' l,llv men bad formed in line and wenl on the (iei.l. Next day we lost to Humpd'H- Sldnej 1 to 0, with a team that was obviously superior, but lacked what we cull "pep." What's the answer? Where were those! other i we m, beside- those who played tennis just over Ihe way until about g o'clock'.' Winn they saw the team defeated the next day, did they hove il. little feeling of shame rather tlllltl of Borrow OX did they care tit all? Ii they think they did their share in the work that is every man's duly to nil ohm: nintir, let them rest in peace they have no conscience. Boms could not be on hand they are mil to bliiine. Hut n great many more had no such cm use for failure to do their dul...
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES FOR MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITIES FOR MEN.
No good histnr of litis school, The Messenger, the Mv Sigmn Klio, and Philoliigiaii bus ever been written. 11l one of these subjects is the opportunity for some man to make bun, ell laimais. No more interesting subject can be conceived of than a comprehensive paper on The Mcmenger. This history of the Richmond College monthly is anolsnt and honorable, and must ciiiliin muni thrilling incidents in the efforts of the "old men" to keep it alive. Few of the students in College know when it wnn liiut started, or anything else about il, beyond the fact thai Hie subscription price is one dollar. Tho Philologian and Mv Sigma libo Literary Societies atttsi have a history,
although we do u<» recall one ever having | been ivnllen As fur buck ns IS7I the Philolpglan was publishing v paper. "The ii, lv i mm." written by hand, and rend every I'l'iduy night Ol their meetings 1i„ Mv sign, had a weekly of s similar nature Edited by nun who have tines ac...
THE VICE-PRESIDENT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
THE VICE-PRESIDENT QUESTION.
The question Of a Vice-I'residenl of the Athletic Association, wlmh BOW confronts us, is n more serious one than miiy appear on its face The general Ides seems to have been thai t Vice- I'rcsidenl is n ligure bend nr iiriiiiinenl, 1,, in n and not beard, This is wrong, inul we want to see the iniitler adjusted, and this Ofliofl put in lis proper place. The Vice-President should be nothing less than ii en-I'resiileni a man working along wiili ihe President, and capable of handling the In! tor's affair*. In the larger Colleges and Universities there is tOO much ai stoke to admit of any fooling ol "honor- ing" n man by pulling him In this position, anil so it is right here. Just heciiii i a man Is a good fellow, popular with the crowd mind not entitle him, in itself, to lill .'in office of this kind lie must !>e a man capable of handling responsibility, and 11 mini nf executive ability.
A Vice-President should purely hoof Presidential calibre...
TRADITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
College I radii ions arise from iiinnes and the association of memories with those names, The college lid litre .•ili.iul those traditions, and cborl I" them and loves them. A) the v-( , m time the now College in in its trad it i. u.nl infancy. Nothing as yet hits been ~ fixed that it can be called a precedent. \s we stated before, aai - arc ths foundation pi traditions, Down al the ..Id CoPogO every iiiime hrouglil back a host of memorise, How well do tl Idem n remember the nooks and corners of Men..null Hull mid Itylaml Hull, and all of the old tales told about them, about what happened back in '98 wliiil rooiii the ii lot-hail osptoin roomed In the year we beat Virginia, and nil Hint, But theSS things are ol no Intersil lo the newer students, They ore interested in forming traditions about the new site. do do tins, to moke it easier, we must have snine names In iissueiuto the life of the now Institution »iib. Name the dormi- tories, They should 001 merely bo ter...
TO-NIGHT'S SOCIETY PROGRAMS, NOVEMBER 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
TO-NIGHT'S SOCIETY PROGRAMS, NOVEMBER 5th.
Mil Sw»u Rao, Benders Isaac Dings, Jr., Max (1!.,. Ilcelnniiers W B, Loving, lliirdy. Current Topics B, C, Harrison. Debute "/iV.in'cii/, That all tele- graph lines in the United Btotes should bo owned and Operated by the Covorn- ineiii." Affirmative B G Qoode, b. H. (ireene; Negative P. \\ Miller, II W. Charlton i'liii.iii.ni.iAN Rentier* .1 A. Suvedge, .1. It. Hobbitt. Decliinneis <'. W. Phillips, A. O'Brien. Orator C, 0, Johnson, Current Topics 11. A. Kiismcll. Debate " Rewired, Thai Ihe Covern- nient of \ irginiii should be rc-orgiinir.oil along lines lollowod by the New Noil, C. n iiliiliointl Convenlioii." Allirimi- iivc .1. 11. Carbcr, L. O. Sneiid, 11. I. Simpson; Negative p. L, Albert, p. k. Ilntnilton, A. T. liwungor.
DRAMATIC CLUB SELECTS PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
DRAMATIC CLUB SELECTS PLAY.
At n meeting of the Dramatic Club, held Ins! hridiiy afternoon, nrrnngemenls wore begun for the season's first play, which will be staged here in the near future. The play Selected was "Yuu Never Cun Tell," one of Bernard Sbnw's eesfu) productions, and a tentative nasi huh picked from among die number Who played "As You Like It" last spring at Coiiiinenceincnt Dr, Band) Is In charge of ths Dramatic l'lnb, and bis iUOOCOS last \""'r bida fair tn be repeated, if we may judge from ths Interest being shown here in dramatics, This work unci he iniule n great feature of our College activities, for we have facilities superior to any OthsW College we know. There is plenty of material Inie, us WSJ seen Inst year, and we've got to make Una Club a big tiueciw. See Professor Handy, and get ymn.-cll in line.
MINISTERS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
Dr. Hoiilwnglil enterluinoil the BopttSl ministers of Richmond at dinner nt Weilbaniplon Monday. Before lint guests left, the table the President ex- tended n hearty welcome to them, and response was made by Dr. Wicker. A solo by Miss Mary Weaver was enjoyed, as usual, and after "Old lied and Blue," by Hie student body, all adjourned to the hockey held, where a very Interesting game of soccer was played between the The Sophomores and Seniors wen victorious.
Wo have received, among our exchanges, a very creditable four-page paper, Tapi, fioni Fishburno Military School. The publication is rather unusual, coining from a preparatory school, and would do much credit to institutions of older men. We tire grateful to them for a kind mention of Tub Ciim.f.oian in their exchange cuhimtiH, and hope we may ho of benefit to each other.
NEWS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
j John llyhuid, of I lie class of I'.lln, . i I Studenl of medic in Hid inn College of Hniiiu'opiithy, Chicago. Dr. limit weight returned ths lirst "I ihe week front Baltimore, where he was pleasantly engaged in Important College business, Mr. Bowman and In He .Imightci. .it ll'.iutokc. were here ,c. the guests ol Hal" BoWttUin Inst week, and went lo the game on Soturdro ii.- have a itntice nf the inorrlsge of John Monoure, b former student, Ws can't gel particiilurs now, but hope 1.. give details later. Shirley Smith went home lie.l Siiturdiiy 1,, | .aI bis right ol sulfrage in Tim do/a election. I lay was slicking out of bis collar when be relumed. il. B, (iiiliiim. H a . ii\ 'me oi Peters* iaiig's leading iiltorueys, spent the night on Hie OampUS this week, the guest of old friends and iiciplninlnnees. Dr. Mcl llothlln, ol l.niu.'Ville, who -did not till his engagement to speak at chapel on hint We.liie.stlny, appenred mi Indav, mid rjudS a very Interesting Inlk...
FIRST FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
FIRST FOOTBALL CLUB.
It is Interesting to know that on • lol*> her 111, IS7M, the Ntmlcnls of llicliinniiil College met, and resolved lo organise a toot-ball slilb, A committee was selected to draw up the regulations for the club. The following day another meeting was hold, and several resolutions, which wero offered by tin oonunitteOi were odoptodi "First. That the club be culled Hie •Ali',-1 Pool-Bull Club.' "Scioiid. Its officers shuH bo ii Presi- dent, Secretary, and Treasurer. There shall also be v Captnin, who shall lake charge uf tbe mi the field, The oflioorw shall be elected by ballot. The Captain shall have the power to appoint nil rtssislant "Third. The Initiation fee shall be twenty-five cents, which every uion.Li'i shall be required to pay within ten days SftOr jilining tin' Chili. "Fourth, Tho membership of the Club shall be limited to forty. Patch uii'inbei urn.i be a studenl of Richmond College. "Fifth. Fai'li iiieiuher shall be reipiired to practice at lean...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond College and Westliatnpton Colleße Weekly, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $t,25 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room A-15, Dormitory 2. KDI'fOIUAI. BOARD. ,|. A 1.M1.1i:, Jic, Kii.ii.iilsl'iiißi l-.SI'M.I t: KIM I'lJtl. tASSISTAt«T BAVE sati'i:iiiil'.i.i',i Roitoas-i«*Cni«i |.\.\N i 111 Sit IiMVN. AnsiiciAii. I.eiinim IHAAU DIOQB. I MANAGEMENT ~ w> ~'onl,:, - - Hu-aNWis Mana(i>-.ii ELEANOR coI'KNIIAVJCIU |ift?l: Am.Bvs.Muu. 11, 11. WYAIT, I All buninomi mallttra should be «ddre»«ed to ths Bulla's! Miiimw. All oilier iimltei'iuhould come lo Iho Kdlior-ln-Chl.il. Wo "Hull be BlMStd lv hsndle ««y students' c.m» U ni«ii..n.'win,..............j...;;;;;;;.■.„* """ blkiicil coiies|Hindcnce will not be publlsl.nl. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1915.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
The daily pa|ier, Crimson, pubUtbed al, Harvard, hat moved recently into u new building, erected at. a coMt of »o8,C00. Second Biglist GtQFCk 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, RICHMOND, VI 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. Hotel Stumpf.j
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegisn " 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. Tho public doss not yet realize the possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent beginning that has been made already. The public believes tho College la rich, and doss not at all appreciate our need for more buildings, for larger cndo* raent, for more scholarships. Perhaps you are enjoying the benefit of a scholsrshlp. Let your scqttalnUncea 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 tl...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 5 November 1915
DIGGS &t 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 unci FOSTER WITT.
The Student Shop. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE. Now-a-days it's EatmorJread *W»' Ameiican Bread & Baking Co pCOOP FOR THE EYE8**| ■T«Es.GALESK|oPTi«ico.; I Mud lllgm ■> «!»!"• ■ Correct Engraving. Wedding Invitations, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and Visiting Cards, Crests, Mono- grams, and Stationery. : : HUNTER & CO., Inc. 629 Emst Broad Street, RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA. ViwiB, Randolplt 2110, Sine RepairingShop- ML. K()8B, flftcrcbanf (Xailor Suits and Pants Made to Order. Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 20« f. Broad Street, tHCHIHONP. YA. A. P. Gentry, •Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," "Emblem;' "Dayton," "Crescent," "Ardmore Arch," "Ailator" Bicycles. Bicycles for Hire. Open Sunday...
BIG Y. M. C. A. GATHERING NEXT WEEK. FOUR DAYS' SESSION OF VIRGINIA STUDENT CONFERENCE HELD HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
BIG Y. M. C. A. GATHERING NEXT WEEK.
FOUR DAYS' SESSION OF VIRGINIA STUDENT CONFERENCE HELD HERE.
Final preparation* are doing made by (ieni'i.d Seriilary Lynch anil the V, M, (j, A. committee in charge for the tnter> tainiunrit of the Virginia Student Con- ference, which nifi'ts iv thf Richmond College auditorium Thundey to Sunday of next week. Thf program, prai'lieally complete, is as follows: TilllltlUAY, NoVBMHKK IKTII. 8:00 I', M. .Vl.lre.is, "X Infilling the Body for Service," Dr. Qeorg* 1, tnhei, Now York City. FIiIDAV, NoVK.MIIIOIt I'.ll'll. Bt 80 A, M.—Devotion*, 8, 0, Chan dlor, Theme: "Association liililoStu ly.' (1; "Its Aims an I Purposes." Ci) "The Tiainuu of l.enlers." (it) "Available i'i.iises," Dr. W. D. Weatherford, 11;QJ a. M.-d) "Method* of Enroll- ment." (2) "The Bible and Pwional Work," w. w Brockman, U;BDA< M, Address, "Tho Bible and Modern Life," Dr. W. I). Weathcrfnid. 2\\ ill) I. M. Devotions. William Brown. "CrOapel Team Work," M. W. Let,...