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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915
DIGGS &l 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 Tonm at Richmond College Is outfitted by A. G. Spalding & Bros, which firm Coach has been reptesßntlit" far ten years.
Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music. Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only One-Price Piano House In Virginia.
Reli&ious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building;. Oiuian ov V'mciNiA Baptists. Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It standi in the old paths, but does not stand -.lill. It also walks therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESBION. Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STRE...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 26 November 1915
lie Student Shop. HEIOQUMttRS FOR ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE. Now-a-days it's Eatmorjread American Bread 8 gjjgg Co.
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'Phone, Randolph 2110. Shoe Repairing Shop. M. R()8B, flbercbant GaHor Suits and Pants Made to Order. Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 208 W. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," "Emblem," "Dayton," "Crescent,""Ardmore Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles. Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. POLLARD & B/iGBY, IReal Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES.
CAPTAIN COBURN SAVES LAST GAME. IN THEIR LAST GAME COBURN AND DURHAM PLAY NOBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
CAPTAIN COBURN SAVES LAST GAME.
IN THEIR LAST GAME COBURN AND DURHAM PLAY NOBLY.
in a beautiful game, quick and snappy,' Kiehluniid Collegfi closed hi r IBaSOD 1*8! Salui-diii iiv holding l!aii(|(il|ili-M:i'ini iii 11 ii io o dravi Both teams played .1 good gems, Richmond gaining much inure ground than Iht nppoi cuts, Inil losing many advantages bj penalties ni crucial limes. Forward passing eras, on iln* whole, un-iicces:,i'iii, Randolph- Mnciiii succeeding In putting one over, while the Spiders gained little by ihis. method, Captain Coburn, play lug his Inst name for tha "Red and lilue," roved his team from being soored on by breaking through the line for ~ p.siiieiiim tackle, . largs orowd wit- i.i ... si ihe last eonteel of the season, and no i v exciting game has bsen seen on Itroad-Mn-i'l Park lids year " Mar ' (iciiy played a stellar game for the Spiders, gaining much ol the ground, and doing greal workon tha defense Coburn played his last game In tho bad nf lorro...
FRESHMAN CLASS AT LAST ORGANIZED. PUT ONE OVER, AFTER HARDSHIPS, AND HOLD ELECTION IN CITY [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
FRESHMAN CLASS AT LAST ORGANIZED.
PUT ONE OVER, AFTER HARDSHIPS, AND HOLD ELECTION IN CITY
\ place of Interesting Woraiafclon, whiidi was Hiidly overlooked in Ihe he I issue ol' 'I'lir: ('iii.i.koian. and which has uui in i .nn. ii uerally known to the public, 111 the fuel Ilia) ihc I'rcshinnii On 1 In ni las! affected sn organisation, afUr iho many tribulations through which they passed in ihc regard. Tin wtiiig wns held am pre-arranged location in liiehiii I, nn November .01 h, Immediately nftw the name with Willi nnd Mary, when a large majority ol the clitss. ciiuic together In peace, and wen! throng)) with their business unmolested and unharmed. Wist nil WM s*M "ml done, i he robes ol office fell upon the broad and shapely shoulders "f one Thomas Miller, erstwhile valuably half-back and otherwise popular man. The Vloo-Presl- deriey wen! to "Piggy" Poff, our heftj Weal Virginia fuil-liack. Qarnetl was oliosen Secretary and Treasurer', anil It. Ii Whitlock wrosl'leeied...
PLAY TO BE GIVEN NEXT WEEK. AFTER SOME TROUBLE, ALL MATTERS HAVE NOW BEEN ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
PLAY TO BE GIVEN NEXT WEEK.
AFTER SOME TROUBLE, ALL MATTERS HAVE NOW BEEN ARRANGED.
After i vary discouraging tie-up in regard to ths patspl rights of ths play to bs given hsrs this month, lbs matter has now been arranged, and the play will I c pulled off, 'is expected, on i | ' el' 10th. « A large royalty »di have to he paid for pei mi ■ion to rise (he play, anil all SpidSTS :i ie urged in answer the call tor help by getting behind the thing and making ii go. Rehearsals are In full swing, ami a good production is promised. Posters, 'he designs nn' which were gotten up by G C, Johnson, are being put. out, and Manager \ache will bs,' things in readiness ulicii ihe time comes. |1,,i,j forge! (he dale December iihii 'mii he thsrs, Tbecastool ehano tars will be. posted on the bulletin board, and further aunounesmsuts will besßads from timS to lime. Tinkers can be secured from Vaolte now; gel thenieiirly, niul secure fjoodsoatK. Speak n good Word lor the Diaiiiatic C'iuli, an...
RICHMOND COLLEGE REPRESENTED IN "PEACE PARTY." MAN SELECTED FROM THE CLASS OF '16 TO TAKE A TRIP TO EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE REPRESENTED IN "PEACE PARTY."
MAN SELECTED FROM THE CLASS OF '16 TO TAKE A TRIP TO EUROPE.
i 'iiiisiiii'iiiiiic Interest and sioiteraenl luus bean aroused in College over ttu lllllliillllioliieiit I his week that Mr, Fold ti'i-i inviicii ;i member of tba Rlehinond i lollegi -eii'.iv ,'l.c ■to iiee.uiipmiy the "Peaoa Part)" to Europe. A meeting Ol tba .'lns-, was -non culled, mill three) men wire selected, from wliieii number the lucky man is to be chosen. Tha agination, according to dispatches received iiHiii headquarters, must be initilc mi the Rhodes Scholarship basis, ii.,i will be left witli tlic Faculty, working jointly Willi tba ahum The three men who were abated by the cliiHrt urn: Diii'lium, Wyiill, iiiul Allen. Tiielr names will «o before the, Faculty, and seleation will be made »f nn,' iiniii from i mg them, tie will leave New VTorit on Saturday, for a trip o( soma sin or eight wenka, at toe entire expense of tha auto manufacturer, who will mak...
VALUABLE ADDRESS AT VESPERS. PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN GIVES TALK ON CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
VALUABLE ADDRESS AT VESPERS.
PROMINENT BUSINESS MAN GIVES TALK ON CHARACTER.
Mi who attended vesper, ssrvlcos on last Sunday afternoon were given s treat In the address b) Mr. Ashton Starke, of Richmond, an alumnus ol Richmond i',ille,.e, lie spoke io a fairly lurne mi lioiu'c of students and visitors, speaking „i the mbjeol ol "Charactef," In iti many phases Us told of the many instances during his exptrienes In which he had SfSn 11)' 1 lack oi chariiclcr spell ruin nnd defeat, and. on the other hand, the effßC-S ne had observed of chnraclcr building up nioniinicnlal siiecessen with hill little other assets, The lecture wns regarded by those who beard it as one of ths bssi and most valuable Riven here this .year. Mr. Starke is one of the mosl n msn of the city, as well as one deeply and sol Ively Interested in numerous (rood works, soda) and otherwise. lie was Wslstsd i'l ths service by the vesper choir The .service for d_x! Sunday will bo In charge of ths choir and ths...
FOOT-BALL MEN GET A BIG "FEED." WIND UP FOOT-BALL SEASON WITH SUPPER AT MURPHY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
FOOT-BALL MEN GET A BIG "FEED."
WIND UP FOOT-BALL SEASON WITH SUPPER AT MURPHY'S.
Tha last foot-lnill rally of ihe year was held in Ihe niidilorhini las) In l.v in ;iil eulhu-inslie nil lull of "pep" A c illt'clioll of speeches wie ln.ihl. ;, orowd of alumni being present, among them some old fool.-liall_stars of form'll years. Westhnuipton CoUegS added inieli to the gathering by s large attend- nice, ai ihe close of activities, Dr. McDnniel put on fool a movement for a nvui'iici in he given ihe team on Saturday light, and s small collection was received join Ihe mi,hence for I his purpose. Dr. MoDanlsl proposed to four ihe real ol Ihe lull. After Saturday's gams the 'Vareltj squad mid the second team ware Invited ,o Murphy's, and were tendered a ureal "feed." 'I'hc occasion WSS very infor 111 rl I nil -pen he | .ne.l. hi l\\ee|; .sun I , SboUt forly-live nicn Idled the air with ihe tuneful strains of the "Morsellalse," "Old ltd and Hlue," and Other well known mid inspir...
DR. BOATWRIGHT FINISHES LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
DR. BOATWRIGHT FINISHES LECTURES.
Dr Bostwrfghl gave the Las! of the Faculty Isoturei for this tsrmi lv the auditorium, a! IrOO r M. on Tuesdaj The rather severe weather did nol pormll of as IsfgS a crowd as usual, but Ulnar pre im were greatly pleased with Ilia speech, Ihc Subject of which was "The (nil look for ihe Denominational College." lb* conipasted the progress of the de- nominational college with that of the college supported and controlled by the si aie, siniwiiic i hai the smaller Institution was growing Ly mors rapid strides than bst more (nvnii'l sister. Tho lecture was of moderate length, and very inter- esting in every particular,
ALUMNI BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
An event of conaideriilile note was I In Reunion Dinner arranged for former students ol Richmond College and Wi I haniplon College tenchuiß in the second- ary schools of Ihc Slate, ami in al leinlance upon Hie Education Convention lasl weak The dinner was arranged at Murphy's Hotel by Dr. Loving, Bey.T, B Sanford serving as toast-master a number ol brief and attractive talks were made, among ins speakers being Prof. i". w Owen, of Emporia) Miss Ethel Smitber, of Richmond; Professor Bryan, of the chair of Sociology and Education at the College, mni Dean Metcftlf. A.beul forty people were present, and ths occasion wan greatly enjoyed.
CAPTAIN JOHN COBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
CAPTAIN JOHN COBURN.
With lasl Saturday's game Captain Coburn'fl foot-ball life oame to a close. For four years he bas worked quietly and steadily on ths Held, often with Utile praise for good wm-k unnoticed, because he didn't try lobs ii "star" r-lwayi In Ihc ...ami', never complaining when things won! «rrong, he wnu S doM<r\cdly high p_ce in the hearts ol those who battled fay biS side under Ihc "Ited mid blue." Lasl Saturday, In the final gtune of his oareer, he demonstrated, to the satis* faction ni all, thai the confldenoe winch had been placed In aim had been put Worthily, Although, he was unable to push ins team to a riotory, by his own playing he roved the daj from defeat, Nui alone in I'ooi-linli. bul In all his college life, he has evorpul forth thebes thai Is in B mnn, living cleanly and well for those abpu! him. Thc Kind oi olean, manly battles he lies lough! on the grid- Iron merely foreoasl the nobis battle ho will WBgO in hits life work, nnd tin* climac- tei ...
THE 'VARSITY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
THE 'VARSITY CLUB.
Upon reviewing the progress of this institution during thc lasl twq years, it is evireinoly gratifying to note thai many things have been accomplished In every phine of oiilloginte life. The iilhlcu'c COndition, since the advent Of Mt Dob- son, bu i sen so far ahead of previous yams thai one often stops and wonders what will be tin* outcome, and whither will »i' be ic.1,1! we continue to Improvs BS Steadily us we have been doing. A few weeks ego there appeared in this paper n sinriii enthusiastic letter, the gisl of which was a stirring coll to bs ready and prepared for ths athletic future. It, was signed "A Spider." Tin writer emphasissd strongly ths need of a cci-lain body of men on every eiiinpus to provide for contingencies of this kind. This group of men are to be found In every college anil on every rumpus. They me, as a rule, sturdy, well-lmhiiic.ed men in sliorl, they are representative college men. Wu refer to none other limn I lie 'Varsity. The las...
HELP THE LIBRARIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
HELP THE LIBRARIANS.
Our librarians nre made tO work over- time, due lo the thoughtlessness of some of our St-dentS, They ure kept enii- itantly "on the go,"htmttog up reference books which they know to be In the library somewhere, dflcu they me forced to walk Up and down Ihe whole length of the loom before Ihey eon locale Ihc book desired, Now this can easily bfl stopped by n little iliouglitfiilni'sß and consideration on the part of those using ihe parallel reading lexis. Most of the reference •helves nre placed near ibe exits from the library. Why not put tb- boohs that you have been reading back in Hie places (hey belong as you puss out? At beat, it would carry one but a few atcps out of the way, and cause the loss of only a few seconds, Many weary Steps could thus bs saved the librarians. The time I'oriuc.'ly wasted in locating hooks could bo Utilised for other and more iihi'l'ul purposes,
ALUMNI VISIT COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
ALUMNI VISIT COLLEGE.
During Thanksgiving the College war, honored by visits from many prominent young alumni, a number of whom were in Richmond in aitendanoe upon the Education Convention, in session them last wook. Of course, these men spent, much of their spare time here on tho campus, as guest.B of old friends, nnd lined ii]) Saturday to see tin* Spiders hold Randolph-Macon to udraw. Among I hose here were: Halstead, Shumate, Gardner, Winglield, Frits Jones, Miko Hutchinson, Howies, McCarthy, Crab- tree, Johnson, Tuniley, Duva!, Sutton, Breitatein, and Ryland.
George F. Smith spent Thanksgiving in his home in Baltimore.
HIP-POCKET ESSAYS. Powder. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
of ihe many kinds of powder that we ISM! in out daily walks ol Ufa, and thfl Black Flftg in our nightly slumbers, we will only n|*cak of 'Im kWO m»«t im- portant, viz., nun powder and face powder. Quo powder expand* fostst limn any known miliHtance, with the probable exception of newly-mnde mil- Uoaalras and • barrel of drisd spplss In the mi i. It takW nn Sherlock Holmes lo tell where Ibe lovelorn young swam has been when lie boards Ihe ll:.i<) o'clock si reel-car. with i» dimpled cheek outlined on Ilia ('out lupel. Knell of these kinds are USsd upon the I'linipnigii, Ihe men re- (Mat and put POWder in their rillen, while tin* ladlSS retreat ami put powder on their nostts, Home of tlieiii npr«aii it, on ho thick that, ynu can track rabbits, in their iivnbrowH. One kind in used to capture foi'tH, tin' oilier lo capture Hiilh; the one to dike embankmeriln, tlie other tv take hank accounts.. Touch a match to one, and ynu go up in smoke; make a...
HOW ABOUT IT? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
HOW ABOUT IT?
Mr, Goolsby states that two hundred dollars will put our cinder path in condi- tion to hold the South Atlantic Mool litis spring. An auiiouiicement like this should be immediately taken up and (he money raised. This meet would do more fur the advertisement of Richmond College throughout the athletic circles of the South thou any other thing could possibly »10, ami, if the proposition is allowed to drop, it will bo a serious mistake. Virginia and Washington nnd Leo, along with a number of other insti- tutions, mo eager for this meet to lie held nn I heir grounds, but we have the privilege nl holding it horn if wo can handle it. If we miss this opportunity it will bu v mistake from which it will take a long lime to recover. Let's see a little inLcrcsl aroused In this matter, and Home bj- vestigotlon iiuuie. Wo must have i his meet, and two hundred dollars will do it. It'a up to us to get tho coin.
VOLLEY BALL TEAM GET LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
VOLLEY BALL TEAM GET LETTERS.
The volley ball team closed tlei Hoason on Thanksgiving, with eighteen man still on the squad, in charge of Captain Ellwnnger. The season was very successful, linancially as well as otherwise, and no material injuries were lUltlined to any of the players during tho time. At a mooting of the Executive Com- mittee, competed of Dick Bavedge, Mustoe, Captain Klhvangor, Owens, Bam Hill, Barlow, and Seward, letters were awarded to Ellwnnger, Hoyers, and Connolly, tho letters, of course, being "R. V. U. T. V." Second team letters wore awarded to Dewling, .Sam Hill, Barlow, Mustoe, Owens, Allen, Skinner, and others, tho letters for this class of sport being "R. V. B. T. A. A." The eleotion of next year's cap!uiu was contemplated and entered into, but, after a lengthy argument and debate, the meeting was called on account of darkness, adjourning to meet again some time next week, the names of the candi- dates being posted in various conspicuous places abou...
"C. T. S." CLUB ON THE MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
"C. T. S." CLUB ON THE MOVE.
The Chatham Training School Club held Its lirai regular masting oh Monday night, in 1(' I, nl 7:<rll o'clock, Al this masting ths following officers were sleetedi I'residenl, S S. Hill; Vice-I'rr'Hident,, H. A. Noblin; Sccreiarv, L. V. Noblin; Treasurer, 8. t'. Owen; Aimunl Rsprs* soul alive, A, T. Kllwiuiger; t'lii.i.KdiAN Itepresenlntive, L, O. Sneiid. This eluli Was organised two years ago, with Sight members, Lasl year il Imd thirteen, while thil year Ihe membership has bi'i'u Increased to Sixteen. Ihe meinbom are just beginning to realise thai the club hn.s only been nnr* in name; thai Ihe main idea was to got represent a (ion in Ihe "Spider"; thai il has never dotin anything either for "C. T. H." or for the. College. They are determined that from now on it shall mean Something to the College anil to the school for which it Stands vi .short, it will be one of the "clubs that count" in College The club means to se Ito it that from now ontheb...
GLEE CLUB WORK GOING ON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
GLEE CLUB WORK GOING ON.
The final Gleo Club try-outs wore held thin week, and now llio work of get- ting the men in condition i - going at full swing. A number of applications huvo lioim receive, l from various parts of tho OOUOtry for concerts to he given im- mediataly after Chrlstmw, and it is neeessury that, the work of training, etc., ho earned on as. swiftly and «« diligently M possible. Now that foot-lmll in over, this, work can li« arranged more ennily, mi.l by tho l»t of Wbruary, tha Qlae club, v* well nn tha Mandolin Ctab, will lie ex- pected to be ready for the season's en- (mnineiiU. The annual trip will Im schciluleii about tho second week in February, and, bo far as arranged now, will include tha most prominent schools in the State, v well M some of the larger oities. All those who, for soma good reason, have not been able to get thoir nnmen in line for a position on one of these clubfl, may do «o by seeing tho manager at once. Mandolin Club men are more in domai...