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GREATEST CONVENTION EVER HELD. MEN FROM THE LEADING SCHOOLS IN THE STATE IN CONFERENCE AT RICHMOND COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

GREATEST CONVENTION EVER HELD.

MEN FROM THE LEADING SCHOOLS IN THE STATE IN CONFERENCE AT RICHMOND COLLEGE.

The state V, M. c A Convention, which wal the gueal ol the Richmond Collegs If. \i c. \., convened in the College auditorium Thursday, November 18th, ai s.uii p M., mil c hundred delegates present from the leading in- stitutions of Ihe Stale. Dean Melcall, in his usual striking manner, delivered the address of welcome, which was responded toby the State Studenl Secretary, M. W. I.cc. The principal address of Ihe ceil- ing was deliver...l b\ iir DeorgeJ, Fisher, of New Yoik, on "Educating the Body for Service," a most remarkable address, which was very enthusiast ieally received, The sessions on Friday and Saturday were ol the conference nature when school problems were discussed and Bible and mission study and social service programs were considered. Many inter- est iug facts were brought out in this Coin cut ion, and plans and met hods pre- pared for furthering th...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
FRATS. PLEDGE MEN FOR FIRST TIME. CLOSED SEASON ENDS WITH DISPLAY OF MANY BUTTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

FRATS. PLEDGE MEN FOR FIRST TIME.

CLOSED SEASON ENDS WITH DISPLAY OF MANY BUTTONS.

The fraternity "rushing" season ended 1.i.-i Saturday night al 12 o'clock, the ncheduled time for pledging ol "goats" During Mm previous week saoh chapter entertained their prospective men va- riously, as (liven helmv timid Spirit, generally, Featured this strenuous week, and, alter the StTOM and I'lniiial, nil iimv join in the universal season of thanks- giving that I ireekiliim passed the test unstained and above reflection. The number of pledges this year is nol larger than usual, some of which are given below, On Inst Saturday evening the kwaJ chapter of Knppn Sigma, and Its alumni, gave the winding up affair of the rush mv I' .i In v liieli their prospect! «eie invited. After a box parly at tha Lytic, i here v,,t- a Imllet -upper mul mol • ' :il \n. It'll lUffth Iniuliiinlv street. Mr. Denny, the Y. M, C, A. Secretary at V, P. I . was ii special gUSSI Kappa Sigma announcei the followi...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
BRIEF SKETCH OF SPIDER TEAM. WHAT THE MEN ON THE SQUAD HAVE BEEN DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

BRIEF SKETCH OF SPIDER TEAM.

WHAT THE MEN ON THE SQUAD HAVE BEEN DOING.

Hay after day the Spiders' gridiron warriors have been out ,m the held, working and striving to huikl up the finest team pos.-ible to went the " lied and Blue" of Richmond I 'allege \ml, although they did not win the cham- pionship, their efforts were not ill vain, lor BVery other eleven m Ihe Ass, nan I ion feared for the outcome of the game when they were battling the Bpidl I Now the foot-ball season will soon be no more, and soon the record made l,\ the team will Is h a hnlloucil memory Praise, much praise. Is due to the men Whp .Hove lor Ihe honor of the "lied and Hliie'' on the gridiron; and, if (he little sketches Hull follow cause you to think more loyally of them, mid to appre- ciate more full) Ihe work ol Ihe weiuers of the niiileskin, ihcv will have uci-niu- pushed 'heir purpose 'V.WISITY. "Chick" Blankensbip was one of the most faithful and earnest men on Ihe Squad. I.ilsl year lie played ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WILLIAM AND MARY AGAIN DEFEATED. SPIDERS TAKE EASY VICTORY IN SLOW GAME WITH INDIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

WILLIAM AND MARY AGAIN DEFEATED.

SPIDERS TAKE EASY VICTORY IN SLOW GAME WITH INDIANS.

I " Richmond ( lollege pastimed Sal iirdaj 'with William and Mary at Broad-Street I'lii'k, and received practice in running, which may be lienelicial next week when ihe Spiders tackle Kandolph-.Mat.'on in the final name of the season. The out- oon t the scrimmage with the Indian win 111 lull the result of SUC touch-downs and four goals from touch-downs." The above dipping partly tells ihe tote of la i Saturday's contest. The game was devoid ol Blush Interest, the oiio-sidediiess tinallv becoming n monot- ony. In the htrtt half the Spiders showed up in poor lurm, and gave a rotten e\lnhi- lton of ball, but when Ihe (bird period opened they were on the job to earnest, ami then bewail the track meet, The Indians we itolassed uompletalj thai is the story in itself. Wicker, <I. bj "I'd Toil' played an especially good game for Richmond, while Qayls did gOCjd work lor William and Man . Simi...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THANKSGIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

THANKSGIVING.

A day of days! An anniversary which is, in truth, teeming with gladness, which is bubbling with rollicking itions, A pause ill (he usual whirring ol wln-ls and trampifig of hllsy lei I a chance lo stop lor H moment of relief from routine, and (o greet a neighbor likewise u> tUOS for sincere understanding of thanksgiving mid joy ol hie A ~n n I day, given over lo thai which should piovc profitable I" evert individual I io ihe i resbmen and Sophomore an occasion lor I'ool-ball, noi-e OOlort, mid girl" nil ioiuhi: In .luuiurs mid .Seniors a recurrence ol a period rcmi- nisiTni 01 memorable hunting trips, wliojipiiin iiirkev dinners, bang-up parties, und girls idl /or, h/; to professors dear, wciuy, worn-out, befrnz/leil-m-uei vc li'om polishing the raw Freshman proline!, an Interim to oast aside Chrli tlan's burden of yean and responsibility, lo frolic happily, elbow lo elbow Willi the above- mentloned row product, and to render I hanks that our Pilgrim fathers p...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CONGRATULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

CONGRATULATIONS.

We wisli to extend to llniiipdon-Siihioy out linoereel oongratulations on the splendid success she bus made tins season in the winning of ibe Intercollegiate loot-ball Championship. No tea vei deserved more thoroughly such success than this team of clean, while platen- win, have battled ior the "Garnet and (ilet. ' Wo know what it. is to win a champion ship, and we can feel with them In their triumph, although we are the losers. They won il cleanly and coinpleli I; , I we arc satisfied They played "on the Bquare" at ever) stage and the victory was grandly won. Again we tnttond mo congratulations, and « h foi them nil the enjoyment of the success ihey so richly deserve.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THE END. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

THE END.

To-morrow we play our last ginue of this year Some of the men on the team will play foot-ball for their Inst time, while m the Jfichmond stands will lie mon who will gather to give their limit support to the "Had mid Blue" This annual contest with the i elloW Jackets is an event which has always been one of deep interest, and the fact that it will nol decide for or against, the cup will not detract from its excitement, Kvery man

, ! iliere, to give their last support to the team thai bus foilghl well mid long ami is deserving of all the praise that can he given The loyally shown Ihe team I lininglnml I lie season tins been commendable, and it i becoming that the squad that has done its bast shall close its year M gloriOUsfy OS || it as begun He I here ill lone, mid give the men your liml, long cheer before Ihey retire from their activity The farewell will not be easy, bill will be all that Spiders have learned to give as reward for merit and worth.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
HIP-POCKET ESSAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

HIP-POCKET ESSAYS.

"Skiuth." Within the past century there has been :i wonderful evolution in skirts, They baVB ovnhlted from the shape of n slruw- -iirl, to that of a single straw; from Ihe site of a hogshead to practloally nothing! Like the slock market they thictiiale up and down. Last ysaf ihey rim low, bill this year they are above par. By actual observation mul mathematical induction Ihe waist-line varies from zero lo infinity. Skirls range all Ihe way from a seven-gore dhoke bore dream to a foiir-sloried architectural mishap. They me made from any kind of material, from saddle- blanket* 10 Imagination, Former!) the) were held iii plnce by bells, hut now I hey have no visible means of support. Two or three years ago, bSCAUSS of their icck- I, -:.n, - , Ihe Public Solely Committee ordered I hem hobbled. Skirls and shoe- tops are not on speaking terms now, mid won't come near ouch other. ITom the long, heavy slow-moving train to the short, light, quick, runabout shows that...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

WESTHAMPTON NOTES.

Mlsi Frances Tompkins went boms for the week-end. The regular meeting of the Music Club was bchl Moiiibi' . A special Thanksgiving meeting of the Y. W. C. A. was held Inst Tuesday Mr. Denny, of V. I. 1., spoke to the Westbampton girls at chapel Friday morning. Miss Elisabeth W.addill spent the week-end with Miss F.lizahcih McLean, in Richmond. Misses Betsy Camp and Louise Reams were guest" of Miss Louise Walkitis Saturday and .Sunday. Miss (once Lily, of iNashville, Tetiil., wn- Ihe guest of Miss Mary I'orler, nt the ('ollcge, for the week-end. Misses I.ula Puckott, Mary Morns, and BSdythe Ncblotla spent the iveek-etid with Miss Susabstb Love. An interesting address was afforded the students at Westhaiupton College lust, Sunday, when Mr. Swurtz I old of the economic, religious, and political conditions in Russia, as affecting student life. The bilk was iniidc in Iho Itlue room, ut 6:18 I. M. —o— Westliamptonito at "Vanity Pair"! I "Anybody would know that th...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
GENERAL COLLEGE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

GENERAL COLLEGE NEWS.

01 all the students al Princeton t'ni- veraity, some 380, or la per cenl. of the entire body, are working wholly or partially their way thrOUgfa college, of this number there mc SO Seniorn, Mi Junior*, 77 Sophomores, and 54 Fresh- men, Over one hundred men have found employment ilns year as student wallers at the Fnivcrsity Coinlnomt. o At Princeton, on Salmdav, Nnvciuhii •lib, 82,000 people in the I'libner Stadium contributed 18,300.00 fur the war relief fund At, New Haven, on Saturday, November Kith, sumo !HI,(HM) spectators guve 18,376.00 for ihe Rod Cross. In New Jersey the collection was taken in small pans, in Conned lent (|unrt pails were used. At Cambridge, on Saturday, they probably used hash boilers! —o — A loyal alumnus of Columbia has offered lo give $I(KI,(KKL(KI to start building a stadium, if Columbia goes through the season undefeated, s<i far she has a (dean slate, so that (lie game with Wesleyan, on Thanksgiving day, will have mure th...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MISS CLAY LEAVES SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

MISS CLAY LEAVES SCHOOL.

Through an inexcusable overnight, we laded to note (he departure from West - liampton College of Miss Man Clay She was summoned home i»" weeks ago on ,'iceoiuil of her father's illness, but before she reached loin be had pn-scil away. This young lady enjoyed a much- deeorved popularity in both Colleges, mul will be greatly mined Every one joins with us in expressing nut most heart-felt sympathy, ami iiiohl sincerely hope that she may some lime be with us again.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WHERE THERE'S A WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

WHERE THERE'S A WILL.

"My husband," said the matron, "was it confirmed smoker when I married him it year ago, but to day he never touches tobacco." "That's fine;," npprovod one of the group. "To break off the habit of a life- time in one year requires a etMOg will indeed " "Well," remarked the wife, Ihedita lively, "that's just the kind of a will I've got."— ladies' Home Journal

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

The Richmond College ami Westhnmplon College Weekly, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room A-15, Dormitory 2. BDITOHIAI. BOARD. J. A. I.KSI.II', .In, - - BCITO* W '"'ii KB'ncu.i: M Mi'i.tt. I Assistant DAVE BAI ii.in ii.i.i>, toss-m-Csißi I II l-l A! It, ] KVAN rIII'MII'.KMAN, Anno, ia , ISAAC ItKKIH, J MANAGEMENT. P, W. I'OUK, • - IIU»1N«»» M*NA(IICII BLEANDB (..'oi'bNiiAVKii, ''• 'c I'l'iHHt'l'.. A««t lie,. M.iliß B, W, M11.1.1.'K, Ami. Him. M.mil H. 0, WYATT, All ttuotiioNß miitterii should lio «ddrf»»i>d to the lei■ mm is. M.iiiii,.,i Ail i.ni. i mutters ehould coma lo tha Kilitor-lii-Chlet. \V, ■null bo |.l. ..... ..I to bundle any ..in,l, ni,.' commuiilciiUoiiß with dim codielil« rntlon. All un- elgnod correupondonco wilt not he published. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, IUIS.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

LOCAL NEWS.

Shumate's brother was <m the oampua one day tliii* week. C o jphnsoii spool lesl Sunday n( bis 1101110, 111 Wiiviiuklioi'ii. Mi, :iml Mrs. .lohn Aloiii'iiri' worn visitors to the College one dsy this week. Brownie Boblke n spending Thsioki" giving nt hi" homo, in Unitinioio. After life's trials, etc. etc Mr. .). 11. Knn/hl, of Kimiklin, Vii., has lioi'ii here this week, as the guest pi Wmmm, W. I. Knight. Mm. Brbttow, Westod Bristow'a mo* thor, Was B vury wclconio visitor to the (Soling* OUS 'hiv IAsI wok. Tlmru is Ktill some room left on tlio (Use ('tub, if you eaji sing, or Ihink you onn hiiik, bettor takes try-out. Lii»t, Suiulny afternoon Professor (laineji made m\ address hi the Central V. M. c a , Richmond, to a hum- audienoe of men, his subjoot being "Clansmen lo the lilf'l'llKlNt." Mr. Dunford, of Bristol, Term , paid ■ .Inni visit last woek to his huh, .1, K. DuiifDiil. He was nailed to {forth Carolina on uoi'ouui ot the death of a brother, I ir Games, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MRS. J.W. MOONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

MRS. J.W. MOONEY.

Mr. and Mrs. Qoobby loft hurt. Thursday for Newport News, on account of the death ol Mrs. .1. W. Muonoy, Mrs, Qools- by's mollior, which sad event orounril Wednesday nt 8 P. M. The funeral mul burial, attended by a large number of the friendf and relatives of the dsonased, took plui'o iii Newport News on Friday, Mr. ami Mrs. Qoolsby returning to their homo, in Richmond Saturday morning. To lliiun WS uxli'nd tin' most sin<w sympathy.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
COLLEGE QUIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

COLLEGE QUIPS.

—„-.. Dr. Metciilf, in English V., was citing iiml uncus of insanity among a great number of famous short-story writers. Dr. Nortiuui Inquired: "in that a warning to us hot to write shorl stories, I tool or?" "No, nir. 'Madness Is to gtniut nam allledl 1 " Fast" lint." (in the laboratory) i" What do .you think about tlio cnusc of gravita- tion?" Second "Hat": "I don't know uiiirli about it,, hut I guess I'm for it." II .She (walking over from the car, at twi- light): "Have you ever kinmiil a girl?" He: "Is thai an invitation, or are you getting statistics for Hoeiology?" —o— Helpless Lady; "Help me, please, sir; my leg i.« broken." Ilanl-lu'iitteil Man: "I'm from Mis- souri. Yon'vo got, to show inn."- I'muh Howl. ■— o—- Certnin Freshmen will now bo allowed io line up and pay fur their own driiikti in peace and contentment.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
TRACK TEAM DEFICIT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

TRACK TEAM DEFICIT.

Bank President " How did you enter toil • 80,000.00 thai theeasblei ebs led with?'* Bookkeeper; "l pbarged It to nloalni expenses " Judat BophotnotS: " I have a dandy idea for n rniio.i i i essays for Engl'jh II." Soiiior: "Whnl in it'"' Sophomore: "A large, thick volume, with n padded oovr, bo aftef yoa'vt been reading :i ten minutes cou sou use it for a pillow " Tha saddest words of tongue or pen " Ii might have been, it might have been "

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

STUDENTS! To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup MADH HV Atlas Specialty Co., RICHMOND, VA. Srand Bqfist Glißk 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 Covernnr Street, MjjMi 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. - - - 7P. M. Homeier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. Broad Street. RICHMOND VA. — m (j. U s~* els. . j Hotel Stumpf.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegian " is interested In making Richmond College s 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 poasibllities of our new locstion, nor the excellent bofjiniilng that has been made already. The public belie, s the College is rich, and does not, at all appreciate our need for moro buildings, for larger endowment, for more scholarships. Perhaps you are enloying 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 t...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
LENDING A HELPING HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915

LENDING A HELPING HAND.

aftec ii.i • i tionatef" ul t aakad amid) 1 I ha Is. Here, ftruiio! Come, good doggie, mid show Chnrloy .Smith bow to kins me."-- Ladies' ihmu. Jour- nal

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
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