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SPIDERS WILL MEET TIGERS TO-MORROW. STUDENTS WILL FOLLOW TEAM ON JOURNEY TO BRING BACK TIGER SKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
SPIDERS WILL MEET TIGERS TO-MORROW.
STUDENTS WILL FOLLOW TEAM ON JOURNEY TO BRING BACK TIGER SKIN.
The team leaves to-morrow morning for I'iirmville, to enter their tinid clash with llainpdon-Kiilnoy on their held All the men are in good shape, and are prepared for a fight to tho finish, to re- olaim the honors taken away two weeks ago. A number uf students will ureoio- pimy tho loam, giving the support lhal will be needed In the enemy's territory. The line-up will be pracliunlly the same a-, against Randolph-Macon, and tin' game promises to bo ft battle worth traveling far to tee, since It will be a light for first place in the rae.o ior cham- pionship. Outside of the qUMtiofl of support for the team, the trip will be v great one for all those who can make il, anil it will be lime and money worthily spent. It is needless to say that, Hiuupden- Sirlncy will put up more lighting Strength at home than she can muster elsewhere, und tho matter of comparative scores will make...
SPIDERS VICTORIOUS OVER JACKETS IN FIRST ANNUAL CLASH. Showing Marked Improvement Over Previous Week, Richmond Outplays Ashland Team in Fast Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
SPIDERS VICTORIOUS OVER JACKETS IN FIRST ANNUAL CLASH.
Showing Marked Improvement Over Previous Week, Richmond Outplays Ashland Team in Fast Contest.
Richmond CoHe;:c iletonteil Hnmlo!ph- M.'i on lasl Suliirdiiy Si llrnml-.-divcl I'nrk with it 7 to (I MQta, TIM llMfgSSt crowd of tba yen mm) tic bssl fwt-ball exhibition of i|,c WMjOtt, »hflS thi RpidSfl nnd Yellow Jaoksts engaged In » battle .iiytil on Iho'r first climb for tin- ehiini| ion- ship. Having beaten l hunpdcn Sidney aid Williftin and Mnry by BO Sn I majority, the Ashland I'uln met thi SpldtOT with it 'leiiv record, while I B latter bud full" oju potol I atowi sad ivary minute of iiiny mi » das) srste dull for suprwnaey, Odds slightly i.'iyoreil the VsUoVl .IllclelH, i.willH loll 8 SOOI attOWini Ba\dl by the Spiders the week he die, but ill,'lest ul.d cy.eitin.ciil vhh mixed in Urn bubbling iioint when ths ,itHi whistle i>iow Ibinilulp .-Macon's foi ■'■ II I DftSSSSj SO •IToetivo in previous khiiicm, proved ...
DRAMATIC CLUB TO GIVE PLAY SOON. OFFICERS ELECTED TO PUT IN OPERATION PLANS FOR SEASON'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
DRAMATIC CLUB TO GIVE PLAY SOON.
OFFICERS ELECTED TO PUT IN OPERATION PLANS FOR SEASON'S WORK.
Another meeting of the Dramatic Club was bald last Friday at 8:00 P. M., In the auditorium, and progress was made in arrange.nenlH for Ihe presentation of a play this full. The meeting was in ahargc ol Professor Handy, nnd a mem- bership of twenty-five, male Up of stu- dent.of boih I 'olle-.e , WBI enrolled. After a discussion of ways and means for successful opei.itinn, an election of officers was held, which resulted as Follows! Business Manager .1. a. Veal i. Assistants - Miss Faulkner, C.C, Boyd, Stage Manager—Professor Handy Properly Man IV l„ Ilnriup. Publicity Manager J, A, L* Us, Klccirieiiiiii ici 'o'lHi.K. Chnppoll.
A meeting ol the Club wai arranged or Tuesday afternoon) for ths purpose if holding the trials for plaoss in "You Never Can Tell," the play selected for bin term. I he member hip is expected lo be largely Increased In s short while. Any- tody may bec...
STUDENT DIRECTORY OF MEN ON CAMPUS. MEN LIVING IN COLLEGE, WITH ROOM NUMBERS, FOR GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
STUDENT DIRECTORY OF MEN ON CAMPUS.
MEN LIVING IN COLLEGE, WITH ROOM NUMBERS, FOR GENERAL INFORMATION.
W* aro giving in this issue a list of stule.ils living here 0,1 the campus, with the room and dormitory number. This I -,' will be printed in (wo instalments, being concluded next week. Th* 11(1 I* publtahed as receive 1 from the Tita- surer's ollieo, and any errors may bo accounted for tlwrc. It is as follow*:
(Continued neatf week.)
Dorm. Sin tent's Name. No. Sec Abnuiis, Kay II ... I C Ab.shirc, .lames, I) „ 2 C Adams, Philip c .9 C Albert, Francis I 9 1) Alderson,J.M„Jr 9 C Allen. H.I) 9 B Allen, Walter K l 0 Anderson, liyron L, F . 1 D Room No. 8 12A. 14 7 I) 8 4 (I
Student'* Name. Anderson, Hiram " And, 'Mill, K B \ndei ■■ ui, W,C Dunn. ,\i>, Sec, . 2 C I ll . 3 0 Room No. 8 l 4 A*hworth.O,0 Bagby.W 'I Bagley, RIohardB, ■ Bahlke, W, H Barbour, William B Baraelt, Jamea H.,Jr Barkadale, Irving 8 • Bark* lale, John I' Bin low, W. II Hiiii'i ,in, ...
PROF. HANDY LECTURES TO BIG CROWD. GIVES VALUABLE DISCUSSION OF "JOHN MASEFIELD, DRAMATIC POET." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
PROF. HANDY LECTURES TO BIG CROWD.
GIVES VALUABLE DISCUSSION OF "JOHN MASEFIELD, DRAMATIC POET."
Prof, 11. B, Handy, of the English Department, opened tho annual series of Faculty lectures, on lust Tuesday afternoon, with a highly-delightful ad- die** on "John Mosefield, Dramatic Poet/ A Rood crowd of students and visitors enjoyed the aide treatment of this subject, being much interested l,y the story of this man, whose fume has not as yet gone abroad, hut who may lay claim tO a substantial place among tho men of lilenilure who will go down in history, Mr, Hnndy's development of his sub- ject evidence 1 unlimited preparation and iiiikth research, for he recounted ft story of this man's early life and development. interesting Incident* in connection with Maaefield'l earlier life were brought out, which shows that his path hud not always been bright, nor his life poetic. Some of ,n poems were rend, along with other works by men whom the present, war has loveliipcl, Mnscfie...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
Miss Dot Gary spent the week-end with Miss Deborah McCarthy. Miss Betsy Camp, who was quite ill last week, is now improving, Miss Virginia Jefferios, of Newport News, was the guest of Miss Dot Gury Sunday. Mißs Utility Gardner spent the week- end in Richmond with Miss Elisabeth Kllysun, Miss Katharine Anderson was the guest of Miss Kh/.aboth Brockenbrough over Sunday. Mrs. Wa. i I ill, of Danville, spent the week-end with her daughter, Miss Eliza- beth Waddill. Miss Martha Kidd, of last year's Freshman class, is the guest of Miss Lillian Ban ton*,
Misses Frances Glawll ami Kathleen Bland motored to Howling Green Satur- day, where they were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. (ilasscll for the week-end. Miss Stone, Ihe Y. W. C. A. Secretary for tho South Atlantic District, is a guest of the Collcjo this week. She will hold several informal meetings with the stu- dents. It is quite an honor to have her with us, and these- meeting* shuuld bo largely attended.
THE TELEPHONE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
THE TELEPHONE QUESTION.
ime eaeli dny and the ninller I- going to reach a eri.'-i' ! elore long Al night, nllei'liOll P M.. the only 'phone available is t'.ie affair at the refectory, which opernte.-i 10 poorly thai often il is im- |, i..il,|e to ii"' ii al all. No messages from ihe city, or elsewhere outside the College ground*, fan be receive I here after Ihe Student Shop ,'lohcs, mid II ll j only a streak of good fortune that nothing lerioun baa aa yel boon the outcome ol mob oondltlon* Tolopanit, which al liny time must be 'phoned out from Richmond, often must be earned over until mprning, when the office* and store ■ are opened. We lun-1 have a ,Indent and si obvious, ii is unnecessary to itatc j them We suliinil the Suggestion lo Ihe Student Senate and Council for their consideration, Complaints oan be heard fverv day upon Ihe pom' I'oiiiiininication system, and il should be remedied at i once.
INTER-FRATERNITY SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
liiler-fraleniily spirit al Kichmond College tins year la good In fact, better than it has keen (or a lonj time, and we are glad to see it, We are glad I" lOC that iiiieiYoiirsc of friendship among men of dill'ei'ciil fralcrnil ies, uislead of one man Btiokrflg with his own men, and becoming bigoted, praju Hoed, und, worse I'm' him, unknown to the majority of tho men on the campus. Qui thWO things are going Of course, there are B few men or, the campus who think that they belong to tidy fraternity In the world, and refuse to mingle with other fraternity men; 1,,il this Ola** l- now fewer t linn ever. They are beginning to realize thai I hey ore hurting their fraternity more than i he, are helping It, Now this I* tho point. Nexl tue*day is bidding lime. The various hies men who iiiu'ci, ilooked over and accounted fliniiiie will receive Invitation* from th* fliileiiiilies on Ihe campus Sniun will receive no bids, mid these men should Dot feci hurt, bul s...
PRIZE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
Mr. Vaoho, Busi •■ Manager of the Dramatic Club, has starts lon hii work ' vigorously, and Is now on an advertising campaign, Ha means to Inaugurate 8 j ciintc-i lor the purpc t Oi | luoing ihe beat i'o sibh) poster for the play i yylneh Is to I"' given i in- fall, The idea lis In have all the men in College who have llliv talent yy I uleycr :, ear Id SUbmll II ! i» I 'linen pi: IT, ill (1 lll,low card, m thi eoiile-l, nnd il prize, In bo 'annul c.l later, will be given th(S innn j whose work is judged the best, Tins is a very novel idea Mr \ ael.o lei. advanced, and we hope ha may bl supported, Also, It Is a fine opportunity for our embryt ■ artists to pul forth Mime exhibition ol thatr skill, as woll as running s i banes of winning a good prisa, Bee \ ache about this, nnd enter tl o raoei There are a uumbsi ol n en In < lollege, who me pretty nifty with the i rayon, and we look fol -ue, c | l,i Ibe plull.
IS IT RIGHT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
IS IT RIGHT?
Editor Colltgian: there are mam' and various activities, In j whlph nil student'- may. it 11., | SO dome engage, it 1* true, however, thai all oi us do noi engage in man] oi I tit m, but most of lis are nile;ele,| in at lea I ~11,■ pha a of College life out Ado pi the re- j quire I curriculum] We have a right to all College n.'livilie: on an equal I I we are all part:-- of one ; lupeiidnus v l„,le Now, Ims any i-ludenl ll.e righl tO engage the tennis OOUTI for ,'i o'clock in the afternoon when he find* II Impoi II Ii to get there earlier, and at the*ame lime his fellow slu lent can get there oai lit I ' I* it right for a student to trotoh hit nel mi the 1,111,1-, court hehire dinner, or I jil.il idler. When lie know-. It H.ll 1 c snli.o nine before be sen got then? will the aeat* lor ouitomera who are mil on the n,i i.-, or in their planes of business, and keep other ciinton.el's waiting Who Ma in i M-- io\nl lo ihern and whoso iime is JUSI 'is valuable. ( Vrlahil...
THE SPIRIT THAT LEADS TO GLORY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
THE SPIRIT THAT LEADS TO GLORY.
The rally iv the auditorium 00 kasi ! Friday nigh! was an Inspiration, Old men who had cm c back for Ike annuiil affair »tated thai thia t talon gloriously ovet hadowed anything in the past, A great faclor ill Ihe cut liu-insiii was the I- f linn loyally shewn by We i hampton College, whose oontlngenl was there In large number*, and enterc 1 with nest m the whole occasion. A mind cr of good, .snappy speeches marked He meeting noteworthy among which were a few delightful remarks by Miss boiler jas the Opening address. Other lino talks
followed, and the otjowd was supreme In I ils ciilhiisiaKm, It never etOpped, but j 1 Ihe eil I of the came next day brought ' in, n reward of virtue. Tl ts pin' thai i I hoi l thi College in il -1 abraei lasl weak v.dl, ii ii ni io liw. recognise do bounds of glory foi thi "Its I md I lvi" May it never die' — ._
LOYAL SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
Nevei in the lii toiv of the Oollege h,e i - rowd "i lupporter* atood by the team more I ryellj than did th" Bpidcra in la*l Saturday* game, Uthougb ;i viotorj le-niie I Bnally, atill at no »U| col Ihe giime \v;e, Ihe oiileome M 'in,', but faithfully and hie i-lily the men on llie i |c line- be it nil their iftorta toward* ihe team lighting hard on th» field, When the game iviei won il WB* B eoliiplete I'ietiiiy every man could feel thai be shared in the triumph, and may well have been proud of the purl lie plnvoil, Keep il up, and 111000*8 (fill he wait log ill the end of the mud. No team eoiild lose wiih such support was given Saturday, mid a continuance of ruoh loyalty will bring back the t up to re*l in its rightful place.
GLEE CLUB WORK BEGINS NEXT WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
GLEE CLUB WORK BEGINS NEXT WEEK.
The Clee and Mandolin Clubs will begin then- organisation some time next. week, according to statements by the manager, although the dati for tha Bwl try-mil of material is nol as yet, known. Mr. 11. S. \'aul.aiidiii|i.hiini bus vory generously volunteered his srvhMs as i impanlst, bul up to tin-, tin a no director his b decided upon II c iiist meeting ol the Qlie Club will I s for the purpose of forming some idea of tie ne.y ItiaiciTil, and Ibe sixteen men will be selects I according in maril bj a prooesa I elimination, Any man m College i- euiiilcd lo trial fur a place m tills organisation, whioh niyes many of thi moil desirable oppor- tunities ordinarily found in College life. Ihe wee 1 ,- lorn, which is ink I oh- ruarv, la a feature ol ihe year, nnd mi eye,it eagerly looked forward in by members ol then musical clubs. Mando- lin players ate c peendlyneeded this year, and men having any talent along such line, will do well to give Hie thine;...
DR. ANDERSON SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
DR. ANDERSON SPEAKS.
Dr, Anders,in gave ii highly Instructive livturc in V. M. (' A. In-.t Tlnii' d*J night, on the city charier of Idcliliinml. A large pail of the Weslhainpliiii sliiiieni body was pre,eni, together with the ■iv lent body of Riohmond College., who were greatly Interested by ihe Intelligent dc ii|>tion of Richmond* governmental machinery. |l\ the use ~i churls, Dr, Inderton (how* I ihe various dli tolona in the city's .administration, and spoke of Ihi' many BaW* in th* old system of govenime.il. He explained clearly and satisfactorily many things concerning Ik,- affairs of a big crty not generally known lo the averace man, and the crowd greatly enjoyed Ihe valuable and attractive address,
Two Westhiliiipluii studciilK were at the "movie*," when o "moonehlee" pie: vie was on. Across Hie screen was Hashed: "The Illicit Still and the Bern." When the "hero" appeared, on* of the siiiienia remarked i "it leemi a pity for ui'li a good-looking man to be named...
TO-NIGHT'S SOCIETY PROGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
TO-NIGHT'S SOCIETY PROGRAMS.
h'tuDAY, Nfoviuain 12th. Mr St,ima lino. Reader* K. ,l. !'<>s, b. M. I.aianc. Deelaimen D. W. Hart/., It 'I. Uyliiiid. CUrrent Topics E, W. Miller. Orator -Sleaesek. Debate "Rotoktd, That the Cot* stiiiiiioii of Virginia should be remodeled along the lines follow* I by the New York Constitutional Convention." Atlirma- tlve 'W, 11. Hajil'.v, S. 11. Gellinaii; Negative Qeorge F. Smith, I', B .Smith, I'IIII.OI.OIIUN. Reader* ft, L, i.aey,.i. v. elements. Declaimem H A. Noblin, H, C. Laßo Current Toplot it. H, Abram*, Orator 11. I. Skinner. Debate "JtowtatJ, That we ahould a lopl compulsory military service." Affirmative J. & Wrann, L, C, Hub- bar.l, il. T. Coleiiinii; Negative B- c MoDanlel, N, V. Hurt, W. 11. Barlow.
FIRST LADY TO SPEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
FIRST LADY TO SPEAK.
Wo vriah t'i oall speoial attention bo the li'i'lurc lii be givan mi hcnI 'I'liiirsdiiy afternoon. In the College auditorium, by Dean Keller. Aside frmn the real worth nf the remarks to bo inside by thm lady, this BVSnl will slaml BJ the (irsl led lire ever given in the Faculty series by 1 woman. The large orowd which hoard ProfeSSOr Handy last Tuesday is indica- tive of the interest bolng shown in theso vnlii.ihlc lei'liucs, and we urge VOU to hear Miss Keller next, 'l'licsdny.
JOHN MARSHALL CLUB ON THE JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
JOHN MARSHALL CLUB ON THE JOB.
The second meeting of the John Mar- shall club of Richmond College was held recently in th* auditorium, and wa* well .iiiende I. Al this lime Ihe report of a committee which had been appointed to draw up a constitution was heard The constitution and by-laws which it had prepared were adopted, aflrr v dis- illusion of the separate provisions and after several changes had been mado. The Executive Committee, which will be appointed by th* President, was not mono I at this time, but this will be done in Ihe neai I'uliire. The preliminary business disposed of, Ihe members next entered into the olee- i lon of the officer* of the club. After keen rivalry, the following men were chosen for the session of )'.HJi-'l6: President K. Brooke Anderson, \ i,■" I'ro.uilcnt Have E. Htttterfielil. Secretary Meade T. Splccr, Treasurer Georg* c, Carnaal, Annual Representative— Charles C. Johnson. Press Representative— -H. 'I I man.
Professor Smith, of the depar...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
I .Lr RlC.m )>il) COLLHGIAIN Tha Rich n>ni Cillev-' IS I rVeithsmetoB Colic (e Weekly. PUBLISHED KVKUY THURSDAY. Subll ripii'iii. $1.3"> Pal Year, in /V.iv.mcu. Single Coplei, 5 Cents. Offloei Room A-15, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL DOAlll). J V 1.1 '-ill, .III , ■ • i .-I ".i '•• '''in t i. n i i i I. 1 miii i A*»i*i k*t [5aVI .vi 11.in U i.n, i i i.'-ivciini Ht'SII' 111.AMI. I i \ ■. \ iin, i I.IIMAN, Aaaacura t.iuTiuin l:- \\e I.Hue-, I MA.NAOEMIHT. p W i-oi!r:. ■ - Hennas* Man.uihi l.l.l \Mill I i Ill-.MIAV i:h, I I w 'sni'i'ui, A*st.Do« Mobs II. I>. W\ iTT, I All hnsini'iis innlli'iii lliould I" (dlJri ' il I" tin- in,i,iii. .' Mi.ii.i.'.i All,ah.i l,aUlii' i.luaihl coin,.' In llm lidiloi-iii-Clut'l. We bIuiII I"' iil'iuail Id luimllo nny ntticlfills' coniniiaiioilii'iis will, iJiu- < .nooli ii.lii.ii. All mi- nignsil iiuo'M'iuiiloii, will not he imlilisli, ,1. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1015.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
CALENDAR. I'ioimv, Ni'M.Mitiat 13th, Rallyal baa P. M. mnl T.ou I'. M Lil.'.Miy S.i.'irliio, g'OQ P. M. Suritnu, N''iMMiiP.it I'trn. 1,,'Mtiill Kii'liiiniii.l CollSfS V» ll:.ii,|.|i'i--Milii,n, at hmiiville. • Sl'NDAV N'llVKMUKII ll'lil. \("|ll'IH, ,i:,lll I' ,\l MnNim, Nm i:\nii.n lain DriMialii'Cliili, 3:00 I' M I'' r tin, Num.Mill at llil'll. I'lMii'iiiitv bidding day, bc'lmvliy Dean Keller ul 1:01) I'. M, 'I'lirn in \v, Nh\i;miii;ii ISrn. Y. M. (' A., in iiiiliiiiiiinii, 7:1,1 I'. M.
NEWS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
Dick BroaddUl had us his guest Inst We lues lay his lather, Rev. W. It. llrnnddus. Mr II ft. Hawthorn*, »l Taeewell, \'a., paid a -boil vi'ul In ,),„■ Leslie iast Suii,in> afternoon, EU I k Mcl'urliunl, 11. S., '112, of Scotland ■■■ i '■ I!, paid ihe College a very pie i -an, s i iii recently Frit* Jones un,i Tip Saunders were union,', those of the old gang who enme buck to sec the game Saturday. Ik ,1 It I'.im In I a birich uf fellows 00 a little poll al he, home last Thursday night, Everybody had a big time, Judge William h, Buludale, of South It, Ml on one nl ihe Trustees of Richiiiond C(ille.,,e, was here In.i I hui'hday an the guesl uf Itr Boatwright. A. B. Hnslow and Bid King, two other Richmond College men stirring up the atmosphere around Hopewell, were here this week visiting nld friends. Thurston Culbtrl had an attack of ■Ometblhg or other last week, which bordered on piieiiuninin, und kepi him in bod sevcra! days, lie is all right now. Mr. and Mrs. ,1...