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POLLARD—BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
Invitation* arc out to the marriage of Mi,, Mihv Faulkner Butler, ol "Poplar drove," Mathowi county, and Robert N. Pollard, of Riohmond, Th* w* Idlng will iiikc place in ilir Second Presbyterian Qhuroh, Hii'iiniiind, mi November 24th, Afior January Ist, Mr. and Mr*. Pollard will be at homo at 880)5 Stuart iivonuo. Mr, Pollard I* weU known In Colleg* circles hero, receiving Ins LL, B, from Richmond College In 1003, Since that iiui,' in' bun been deeply Interested in Spider athletic* and oilier activities, occupying H pteseiii th* position of Riohmond College representative to the Aiideiio Council ol die League, which place ho linn held for several year*, Tnn CotibROMM extend* to Mr, and Mm, Pollard beal withe* lor much hapnl> ii, 11
DARING DARE-DEVIL DIVES DOWN DECLIVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
DARING DARE-DEVIL DIVES DOWN DECLIVITY.
Sunday afternoon, while th* idle orowda wore at i-ntlinu; through th* eanipun, they suddenly Haw n crowd uf "Indents gather at the top ol the itetp Incline jus! liclow the auditorium, Young Hugo Miiriiif, Br.| scrub foot»ball captain, and mm of the Dean, was porohed at this diliy height abOVt the lake upon the seal of il bicycle. Tlien, ns the crowd looked on in open- eye I amasement, he gave a final twist to hi* liui, another look at the hiUi plaaed his wheel in tho right position, mounted tho aeai cautiously, and started. Down, down, down Ihe incline, he propelled the racing bloyola Hafely, and had reached the bottom near the Inko when an Unfore- seen obstacle arose, and the wheel turned over, Ho received some ruin around his hand and arm that will reipnre imme- diate attention, imt wo hope he will re- cover.
Tin'. OiiCnV ihl (its the belt addition to the "font-ball literature" of the (lay is the pari) ly on Henley's famous poem:...
COLLEGE QUIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
Lacy (reading an account of tho gam* Siitunliiyj: "Whore did OUT team linvo to get to net off-side?" Lacy: "Tell mo this one othor thing— nhut isu debutant*?" ''« On (Sunday iiftoriioon on the campus)— " Hut": "Did you sco that girl sniilo nt Dick Wood?" MeDaniel: "Thai's nothing. Tim first lime I miiv him I l>Ughid Ottt loud."
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
Second BaDtist Cburcb 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 'Phono, Randolph lent 17 Ccvcrnor Street, RICHMOND. VA.
STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, - 9:30 A.M. Preaching, 11A.M. and 8 P. M. B. Y. P. U. - - - 7 P.M. Homcier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. Hotel Stumpfs
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
RICHMOND^COLLEGE. Bvery reader of the "Collegian" is Interested in making Richmond College * str» j lit aa 1 batter Callage. Mu;h of this great task belongs to Trustees, Faculty, atil Aluu.il, but a Urge put propsrly falls to the students of this eesBicn. The pi'dlc d.rsj not yet realha the possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent burtunlng 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 endcvirrent, for more scholarship*. Perhaps you are enjoying the benefit of a tscholauLip. Let yojr aiiirintinces know what it means to you, and thut probably two more good lull iti In ri yur co.uty wmli be here if scholarships could be provided them. Tin Ciller.* is a groit philanthropy. Its officer* desire to extend its benefit*, bit vita, at this axnj elm), to improve tha quality of the advantages offered to at jl i iti. T.n pi )lls a:ceptj the StUJunta as reprtisontatlves of the College. Com- ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 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 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 Tsnm at rVchm ntd College Is cufltlcil by A. 0. SpoUliiiu & Bros.. wi r li firm Coach tins been rcpiosenlliiß fci toil yi'.n . Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music. Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only Qne-Prko Flano HcUtl In Virginia. , Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. GROAN OK YIHUINIA B.M'TIS'I'S. Subscription, $2,00 a Year. It stand.'-in Iho old pnllis, but dees not Stand atlll. It alsu w.iii ■ in,■, ci„. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. —~.„..■■ ~ I Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 12 November 1915
The Siit Id HSADQJARrERSFOR ALL THINGS r.OLLEGIATE. Now-a-days it's Eatmorjread American Bread & Baking Co. pCOOD FOR THE gHOTj B THE S. GALESKI OPTICAL CO. ■ 8 Main .„<! , rtm w M J t*»V I I tl»(«b St. Broa,i s,, »v| 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. 'ito, Riadoipli 2110. !h» RepalrlrgShop. XI. ROSE, flDcrcbant Sailor Suits and Pants Made to Order. Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 208 W. Broad Street, llClhwm). VA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 2031. •'Eagle," "Emblem," "Dayton," "Crescent/ 1 "Ardmore Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles, Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. Estate RE ,'! rS. LOANS. SALES
SPIDERS LOSE TO HAMPDEN-SIDNEY. COACH BERNIER'S MEN SHOW UP IN FORM GAME CLEAN AND HARD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
SPIDERS LOSE TO HAMPDEN-SIDNEY.
COACH BERNIER'S MEN SHOW UP IN FORM GAME CLEAN AND HARD.
No element of "lurk" entered Into lust Siitni'iiii) '1 oontosl to mh the Bptdent of victory, .liv( (lie lliiiii|>(lcii-,S'idncy ii'.un defeated shorn in a olson, hard gaico of better foot-ball, At no period of the game wns tho outcome evident, and the losers were fighting v hard when the hist whiStle lilmv mh when (lie hull was first kicked off: 'lb.' Richmond team out- weighed their opponents, bul the Tigers offectlvely blookod the many charges through the lighter line, a large crowd hiii',l Vonhbis Meld to witness the game, and intereiH wns high ol every point, the Spider sii|i|iui'irrs rivaling those pi the Qarnol anil Oroy In standing behind theli men. Uampdon-Sidney displayed rotten better form iii.'in in their gome oi Brood-Strool I'.iik. while Etlohmond looked tin' punoh thai ohoraotoruied the previous gome, Thtirman, for Hampdon-Sldney, again proved mniiiiiiiißenhle, whili...
Y.M.C.A. MEN ARE HERE THIS WEEK. BRIEF SKETCH OF SPEAKERS IN STUDENT CONFERENCE NOW IN SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
Y.M.C.A. MEN ARE HERE THIS WEEK.
BRIEF SKETCH OF SPEAKERS IN STUDENT CONFERENCE NOW IN SESSION.
Itiehinnnd College Ih enjoying n rOTd (real this week In having n« out guests no ninny students from our rioter college* iiinl the preparatory selionls of Vii'|(iiiiii, wim ore attending the Y. M. c. a Con. ferenae in 00001041 bare, The editor is •peaking a word of welcome in thorn. Likewise: are wo fortunate in having sm.'ii mi assembly ol oompetonf spo kow to iiililiimn tlit> Conference, nf which oui ruin,' student body son and should avail themselves. Seldom on there no many speakon ol sttofa solibof on the rogram of a State mooting \v. I) Wsatheriord, M. A, Ph D. Vmulerliiii, boa helm engaged In itudenl work for iiiiiri' 1 him tan years, He is on Of 'lie im'ii mosl in iliiiiitiiil lii Bpcslt among college moo Boeently, nt the requesl of Mr. John 11. M..n, in. Weatli- srford mads a taw of I hi (tallages of the Worlds He is 11,iw .Southern Student ttearatary for the Inter...
"JULIUS CAESAR" MAKES A HIT. WESTHAMPTON SOPHOMORE CLASS GIVES GREAT DRAMATIC EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
"JULIUS CAESAR" MAKES A HIT.
WESTHAMPTON SOPHOMORE CLASS GIVES GREAT DRAMATIC EXHIBITION.
"The Lamentable Tragedy of Julius ('awn'" was presented again to the pub- lic on last. Thursday night in the College auditorium by the Sophomores from Weethampton College, The suoea ■ ol (he parfornuUiOC last year iiidcil 111 :.' ourlng a large ami enthusiastic audience, whu witnessed with delight Ihe very able presentation of the great play. Miss Mary Weaver played the part of (',1'iiar In ureal effect, bringing out eflly forcibly Ihe stronger points in the char- acter of this WOndarful man, while Ihe other players performed their respective parts with e.|iml Ore In A t|i!'ir!eUe of VDUDg ladies MBg With great affect between halves, while ihe appreciative audience called them back again and again. The stage property und soBaery was especially attractive and the play moved on with few mishaps The occasion was conceived for I ho purpose of raising muney with which lo buy a Sophomore ...
DEAN KELLER GIVES SECOND LECTURE. TELLS OF THE RISK AND GROWTH OF IRISH LITERARY WORK [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
DEAN KELLER GIVES SECOND LECTURE.
TELLS OF THE RISK AND GROWTH OF IRISH LITERARY WORK
Miss May l.nlisliel.l Keller, [).•;,,, ~l \\ e-lliani|)l,in ('oil,■.;,'. doth BtS I a "!<• Ugbt&tl liviure in Die College auditorium lmi I'u,'. lav afternoon on"The Celtic lle.-iiiisianee." This WOO the aOOOOd lecture In the otdmoi Pocußy nriee, the lir.il of wmeli was deliver,',l liy l'r.,lr a Bandy l»si week A good crowd wns niv-eil In receive this refresh inn nnd instructive talk on the rico and develop- nn it of Irish literal inc. a growth lluit boo boos going on for o quarter of i century, nnd Is rap] Ih gaining promt* ne: in the literary world, The speaker presented many Intarasting foots and detail, of this -uhjc'i 111 on attractive milliner, tv liie dehe.lil of lier mi llenCO, Alias Keller bus th< dlol uiei ion Ol being the first v.,main l« Spooli m tnlf lecture aeries, there haying I eon n< women in the family under the OOh educational regime. However, flic dc non-...
PLAY TO BE GIVEN DECEMBER 10th. CASTE OF "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" AT WORK ON FIRST PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
PLAY TO BE GIVEN DECEMBER 10th.
CASTE OF "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" AT WORK ON FIRST PLAY.
The dale for the of "You \,IV« Can Tell," liy the Dramatic ('hit, bos i a sol for Deoembei 10th, the i>ia\ to he given first In the auditor! hen-, and. ill Ihe ,", cut of a aURCOSBfuI pro Inch,hi, In BS reproduced elsewhere later The caste, oi anaouncod by the committee, will be at follows! Valentine Carter Philip luinf.iril or Corneal Cruinploii llnrrup MoComas McDaniel Uailer ('.•iriiciil.nr Dun ton I, or Mitchell Assistant Welter Crippen Buhun Willis or (Tiestei'iniin Mrs. Claiidou Miss,lames Maid Miss Nottfnghom Olorio Miti Porter Dolly Mi*B 11 lair or Mi-s Walton Another ploy, which will exclude oil the members ol the ' You Novel Can Tell" caste, will be selected al once, and the try- outs will he held mi November 23d, Md, and 34th, The oomreittee which bos rli'irr.e of selecting Ihecnste is composed of Mi. Keller, Dr, Montgomery, mid Piofes a" Handy. Manager Voohe Is busy with a...
ATTRACTIVE PARTY AT WESTHAMPTON. IN JAPANESE WEDDING THE JUNIOR AND FRESHMEN CLASSES ES JOIN IN ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
ATTRACTIVE PARTY AT WESTHAMPTON.
IN JAPANESE WEDDING THE JUNIOR AND FRESHMEN CLASSES ES JOIN IN ONE.
The enapel at Wsstbamptoo College SMS I lie scene of .'. |>relly JopOnOOS wed- ding Saturday evanlng, when the Juniors plighted their troth odth the Prt Elaborate decorations of Japanoss lan- lems, tm Screens, and bright leaves, together with a profusion of vori-oolorad chrysoatho i and opple blossoms, iliuici Ih" gloe ol -',11 red lights, trims- formed the room Into a seeps taken from the heart of fair Japan. Ti.e gUSStd were ,-enleil on cushions. arranged on the Boor in true Oriental fa In while the bridal couple and the ...aids Ihlted nhniil like n hoM of liutler- 'riie oeroroony took place In oilsnee, wilb nil due ftirm nnd pop p, Tie jxog- strata, or "do-Between," directed the lustom of tc drjnklng and then the two in oloosob were one A reception followed, given by the funiors in the I ichnien, where refresh* nenti of too, cheese bolls, rice bolls, nut pimento son...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
Mr, mil Mrs. Willis, of Ire lericl s'ltirn, spent Sunday at We,-1 linn pi on Miss Emily Overton .-pent ihe week- end ai her Inline in limvliiiß (d'ceii. Mi-. Maiy Morris and Miss halytlie Nol,lot to -.pent I lie week-end nt DOOM Miss Mary Decker was Hie guest of Miss Bailie Wills Holland mi Saturday, Mi-- IVi.-v Can p who has boon in tho Infirmary for some time, is now much heller Miss Emily Oardner spent the week- em 1 with Miss Margaret MontafJo, in Uioliiiiond. MiSS lSachracli and Miss KcarncH, of Baltimore, spent the week-end with Dean Keller. Mr- Camp, of I i niMin, Ca., ha.s been Willi her daughter, Miss I'.elM ( nn,}), 111 the College this week. Mrs. li. A. Brown, of Novum, \.i visile.l her daughter at Weathompton hist Thursday, Miss Mary Clay was called lo her home, iii Alabama, on Thursday, on aceounl of her father's serious illness. Misses Elisabeth Unddili, Dorothy (hiry, and Elisabeth Games were the guests Of the Misses Starke Saturday and Sunday...
WELCOME! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
Tin: Col.i i''IAN wishes lo lend its voice With the reel in extending to all our vis,tors I his week a iiiiih!, sincere mid heart felt welcome, uilli lie nssiil'llliee I lull all our efforts will he direr!oil Inward making your stay uniting uh the liuisl pleasant, Wo are glml tO see you, and glad for you t" see what we have and, U you could enjoy your viell ss fully ai wo should wish, you would be BUpromel] happy The keys are yours ibis week you nre in full possession of nil thai we have to offer. Wean proudthol this Conference should he hold Withld our limits, mid, when you are gone, wo shall rcineiulier you long and with munh pleasure, Make yqursalf nt home- nil privileges of Ihe College arc cheerfully al your disposal, And again, to all ol you we extend, with open arms, our greeting, with the luijii I lint yon may soii.e lin.c DOttie I nub and keep oi coining linck, where welcome will always nwiiit you,
A GOOD FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
A GOOD FIGHT.
A few words of cniiiuu'inlnlinii are in order upon the brand of loyally ex- hibited liy the small hand ol "routers" who neoiiiii) uuie.l I lie lonm to I'nrniville Saturday, and stood by the "Rod nml Hlwe" Id Ibe bll ter end Jusl liflccn or twenty, nil told, were I brio, bill ihc\ were jUSI that many of the slniincliesl Spider supporters thut ever lined up behind v Icnin. Victory nlways brings forward wony enthusiasts, bul in defeat these nieii were ns loyal and us true as any man eoultl wi«li to 110, Tin Is the spirit tlint «ills battles in the end—the faith thai won't I c clouded by Shades of defeat is tho stuff that will eoiit|iier where Others tail, Don't let reverses discourage, you, but pull a little harder, and you. will be v he .lor imm for ii. The men who booked the team on Saturday dmserve all the orodll thel oon be bestowed, The team fought a g I fight, nml lost like the men Hint they ore.
KNOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
As we are all aware by Ibis lime, the loam loot to Bompden-Sidney tool Satur- day, through nn fault ol their own. We know thai even ii,.in i,u the team did his best lii land Ihe gOfflO, DOCaUSS Ihey knew it to be prnclieiilly Ihe deciding game in the light for Hie cup. They (ought hard, mid lost. Ilnd they won we would have given I hem a rousing welcome on their return. It is now 100 late for any licnioiislmtitin of a noisy variety, but. it would be appreciated by every man on the loom if the men wnuhl congratu- late thorn on the game they fought congratulate them for lighting to the loal minute, We nil know they fought, nml
fought bard, Tho odds ivere against in, mid WO l"si There was much betting on the gome, WO ale lead In believe. We arc not going lo stop here in moralise on the practice of betting -maybe we bod to give up n suit Of .'lollies to the glided hulls our- lOlvOS hut we ilon'l wunl the men who lid on the gomS <o knock Ihe leniil. There was som...
WE LIKE THE IDEA [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
WE LIKE THE IDEA
"A new idea in cnllege newspaper eiiTiduiion boo boon Introduced at Lo* liivelte College, l.afayeltr, Ihe student publication, is now provided to each sin lent ns part of the benefit of o new 'siudenl activity foe,' which is collected by the college.'' Joliim /lopkiim A/euw /.,1/M. We wish to eiiiiimend tins to your care ill alleiilion, with the hope Hint some similar arrangement may be made in regard to Tin; Cum.kusan in the fill lire. It would lie an easy thing lo put. Ihe paper on n linn linitnoin! hnsis al (he opening of the session, with little in- convenience lo Ihe men. How ahollt itV
HIP-POCKET ESSAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 19 November 1915
Cops are iwn hundred and thirty-live pounds of Imported siutT, draped m bias and buttons I wlthbreas. They itaod In OUT busiest Ihiiiinigldares, in No. 10 slioes, thereby blockii g traffic al will. rhcy carry with than i small magic waiul, abOUl eighteen inches in length, Which they wave gently over your head, anil you reltUI gracefully kite the l.otltcan depths iif MQrp&eUS 1 arms, awake from a rJreamlesa sleep, press your aching brOW against the cool, soothing bars. and ask the auatocUani "Bow, what, when, where, and why?" lie usually writ is a badge wilh a ntlin- lier on it, SO that he cm I ell himself apart, He is chivalry petsonilied. The tall, willowy, blonde actorlne Boats like a lily Ihe seething street, playing the elinging vino to n muscular, blue-elnd arm, while the old lady in rusty black gOtS run over by fourteen separate and distinct jitney busses. lie is a walking informalitni bureau, ami en) tell you, on (he asking, anythin...