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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
Tho Richmond College end Westhamptoii CoUorro Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, in AdVSMS, Stogie Copies, 5 Cents. (Miii.-!!: RiKiin A-is, Dormitory 2, MiinißiAL 80ABD. j1 I ' ..I |1 , .In., - - Kiiir.iii '■: OSIBI 1 Ml | I I. V Ml'l.ll, I A'dIHTAHT in\l :\l -rl.Ul* 11.1.1', I I'.iimin.-iN-Clli-r SI ■■' HI AW, ) | i -. I 111 :,| l-'UMAN,! A.BOCIATB Roitobs 1 Ul t-IQQS, I MANAC.EMKHT. P, \V. MHIi:, - • HimiNK-s Mamacbs Jsl.l-AM'II idlMiKllAVKll.) P *' I Hl't'li. 1 Abut Huh Mull. I W Mil I I 11, I* 1 " 1, l "" ,M " II 0, ll I I ll', J All blislnsis limit"!*, .hmild b« oddieaa-d 10 lie BuilnttS Miono.il Allollii'i nulternulnruld mm. to till l.iliinr-in-Cbi.l. We shall lie pl"»»«d lo ruuulle miy sliiilcnls' C(iiiuiiiiiik»iii.iiis mill ilin- (iiiisiiiirntldii. All un- signed e.rr.atjund.nc- will mil be published. FRIDAY, DSCEMBER 3, 1915. |
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
w. T. ('leu.ante ipent the boltdaye with bonic folks iii We i Point, \'n. Brannook had m hla guest iluring tho holidays Mr l aefc, a jtHdenl lit < hatham Twining School, l)r, Q, H, Hurt, of 1t,,,in,i1,i, spent one night with hoi brother, "Bplc)« " Hint, here thl waei c. B (ioilivin hibernated to Chuck* luck to uluie awn) a tew days, Including Thanksgiving, llr Amler-iiii bus been suffering much inconvenience ol late with an Injured limb, necessitating the continued uae of a cane, and hampering bku greatly in walking, The trouble la not serious, however, ami we lu.pe he will 1000 In- ;n condition again. Mr. Carl Jensen, lecturer and enter- tainer, gave one of his conceits in the auditorium on Wednesday night, the proceeds going to the Athletic Associa- tion. He ooade ii very attractive ipeeeb in chapel on Tuesday morning, and tho entertainment no Wednesday mm greatly enjoyed,
AT OTHER COLLEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
AT OTHER COLLEGES.
riesnlenl llibben, nf I'mieeliin, lihk asked the graduates to dl inttnuo the [traotios ol serving aloohollo drinks In the reunion touts nl ('(iiiirneiieeruoiil lime.
Students of nix uf tin* large Middle Went, universities recently voted upon tho question of.whether or nol to retain the present miniiuor buse-biill rule. 'I In* vote WSJ over l.en to one Ogslttjl tlie re- lent ion of the rule. — ( ,— Two hundred student* from India, studying In AmerioaUi itnlversitiee, ta* oently Formed an International nlubi Tlie Alumni .\'--oei;iiioii of ilie Virginia Military Institute linn orgsnlsed nn anKuein(ion, in lie known un the Building and Kniliiwiiie.nl. Awsuciiitioti, for the object, of raising 11,000,000, Imlf of which they Intend lo pul Bslde for v permanent endowment fund, un<l Imlf to be spent in carrying out plana for immediate development.
Harvard University no longer ftlloWl tradesmen, book agents, laundry men, or solicitors of "ay kind to is...
COLLEGE QUIPS. A Motion. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
The Mv Sigma Klin Society mm called to order i»bi (Wday night by i lie Preeidenl, who,,observing the hhuill audience, re* marked, " llnvc we :i quorum'("' "N(i," replied one of the members, an be lastly arose from liis gent, "Mr. President/ said Mr. B , as he ran liis fingers through fall hair, "in view of I lie fad ilmt ne liiiven'l at|iniruin, and eun't dIsSUSS mutters Ol impm hm" i move you, sir, Hint we do now iKljiiiirii." Mr. President i " Do 1 bear a second to the motion?" M,._ j.,' j ojyjf. l're.siilenl, if ne haven't v quanta., how DSD WO make a motion to adjourn?" —0-- Doctor ltyliuid: "Dot. hydrogen burs?" Colbert: "No, sir; it is comliiistilile, bul will not burn." —ci — Dr. Viek: "These long cells hero — but when 1 npo«k of long cells I don't moan long cells—but, revertkeless—"
AN EASY SOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
AN EASY SOLUTION.
" I hjn'l yea know yit how t' drive « nail wi'loiil iiiiishin' yer Cunili?" gleefully Inquired the bod-oarrler of the injured narpontet "No," retorted the ciirpei.tcr, hotly, "nn neither do you." "Shun 01 .In." relumed the lind-cnr- ricr. "Iloiild lb' liaitinier wid both liaiuls." LihHi .l' llimn' Jmtrnal.
Gritty Pikse! "It's ■ haortlsss world, pill-il, Think whnl a woman ilonc when I risked her lo give me .something lo keep body and soul together?" Muddy Lanes! "Can't Imagine," Gritty Plkeei "fjHu gimmi a safety- pin." Ex.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
STUDENTS! To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup MADE BY Atlas Specialty Co., RICHMOND, VA. Second Baptist Gburcb 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. Mr-Wednesday Prayer and, Praise Service, j WARE & DUKE Printers and Publishers 'Phono, Rnndolph 1801. 17 Covernor Street, RICHMOND, VA. STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, - 9:30 A.M. Preaching, 11 A. M. and BP. M. B. Y. P. U. - - - 7P. M. Horaeier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. 53,_„,_,^.~.~..-~:_-..«- *—•-—.-——H Hotel Stumpf.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegian " is Interested In making Richmond College a stronger and better College. Much of this great tssk belongs to Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni, but ,i large part properly fells to the students of this session. The public doss not yet realize the possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent beginning that has beon made already. The public believeo the College is rich, and does not at all appreciate our need for more 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 iti benefits, hut 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 the...
WESTHAMPTON NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
M'lss Mary Clay has returned to Col- lege. Mi-i Mary belt spool Thanksgiving nl bei lioine. Mi- Louise Moving spoilt Thanksgiving :'l bei 1 home ill Sleiirnes. Miss Mimiogornilo, of l.ynchbui'u, visited Miss Won nre Boston Thursday, Mm, Matthews visited her daughter, Mis' Is,lnn Mill I hew-, Tlinnksi'iving Mr. Wallace Jenkins, of Crewe, visited his sister, .Miss Esther Jenkins, Thanks- giving. Mrs. Towery, of Richmond, wns ll.e gnesi i.i I,ei niece, Miss Frances Slilpman, 'riiilihihiy. Misses Eleanor Robertson nnd Hester Tii lienor were guests of Mrs. Metcnlf Bunday, Miss Andrews, of Norfolk, wss the guosl ni Mcs Esther Jenkins, Saturday nnd Mis Sarah Bain, of Norfolk, wei thfl j!iii.-i oi Mies lb,niii Evans for Wednesday and Thursday, Miss Kugenlß ITddwell, of Chase Cm. WBJJ the gUQSI of Miss Lilian Holierlsoli, for 'i liank-givtngi Win Miriam Bims and Miss Alberte Oary, of Newport News, were visitors ni the College lasl week. Misses (urn and Ailehiide Walln...
WESTHAMPTON ATHLETIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
WESTHAMPTON ATHLETIC NOTES.
i H-1 !oi i.i.'iian negleetsd to announos thi H suite of the tannin matohei of three weeks ago, The ohamplon for West- hsmpton was Miss Helen Hanoook. The mni nil games fox the hookey champion-hip will bs played on Monday, Wednesday, iimi Friday of this wesk, Line-up of "Eveni"! l'Virniuil.s (liiry, Porter, Anderson, Ellyeon, and Bland. llnlt-Iluiiks-M. Decker, Ilrocken- brough, and Gardner, l'ull-l!iii'li.v •Edmonds nnd tVallsnteln, Goal —Uundick.
Substitutes—Glassell, Weaver, nnd Neblette, for "Odds": Forward*- Wall Miller, Smith, Boston, mid Shipnmn. Iliilf-lliieks Tiehc.mr, IS, Decker, unci Matthews I'lill-Ki.rU .limes mul Phillips, (luill I']. Hobcrtson. Substitutes- -Nottingham, Qwoltney, Lewis, mul Woodson, Wo arc una I ile to give iieciiiiiio- ol these i;miics in this issue, bill will give the Same lievt week.
"OPEN NIGHT" IN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
"OPEN NIGHT" IN HALL.
The Philologbu) Boolety will hold an "open night" for I bo Mv Sigma itho Boolety in their hull to-night. This will be the first nlTair of the kind ever held in tho meeting balls, and promises to be interesting. Outside talent will be present to add to the entertainment. Programs urn posted on Hie bulletin bo'inls about the ciitnpiis, but. it was not avrilable when we went to press.
Truth is stranger than fiction in the senso that an earthquake is stranger than a thunder-storm.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 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 Tenm at Richmond Collcjc Ih outfitted by A. G. Spalding & Bros, which firm Coach has been representing lor ten years. Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music. Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only Ono-Price Plane House In Virginia. Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. Organ of Vow-Nia Baptibto! Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It-lands In tho old paths, but does not stand still. It also walk* therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. Commercial Photograph Co., 720 E. MAIN STREET. HID Only Practical P...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 3 December 1915
Ilie Student Shop. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINKS COLLEGIATE. Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread American Bread & Baking Co. ■PQOOD FOR THB lYlfl ■ THE S. GALESKf "PTIML CO. ■ S Main anil _*___» 33i t ** t> I LSlgtaU) St. Broad S(r<,v > I iSß«sns wFHrw* ■■■■■isJ 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. 'Phone, Randolph 2110. Shoe Repairing Shop. iVI. _NtO2SJ£, fl&crcbant ftailoi Suits and Pants Made to Order. Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bugs. 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. SOS WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. POLLARD & IReal Estate RENTS. LOANS. SALES
ROBINS CHOSEN CAPTAIN OF TEAM. FOOT-BALL LEADER FOR NEXT YEAR HAS MADE GOOD RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
ROBINS CHOSEN CAPTAIN OF TEAM.
FOOT-BALL LEADER FOR NEXT YEAR HAS MADE GOOD RECORD.
Tin. (nut bull team wottnd up tin- final ; uiTiiirH of the 1018 season mi hut Monday, j by electing Bert Robins sj Captain for tin' ni'xi year. There were two onndl- ilntfh for the position, Robins and W Icker, both Of whom next yenr will have played their full four year* for Richmond College. Rubins, this year, has played a very effective bookie, white Wicker has done good work ai quartet, Robins can}*, from John Marshall High Solwol in 1013, where he bad made a niiinc for himself in iin" athletics of that school, Be uiinli' his tett«J# saoh year, and him been b very consistent and effl. I'ii'iit asset to tho team, Be has slsb wnn laurels in base-ball, and wa have miii'h to ftXpeol from him this year from j that quarter, v i.-iu'i- Is n Uii'liinoiiil Academy man; doing good work dn tho team while there, mul entering Richmond College in 1018; when he rie3d dowfi a linlf-lmeU position utl ...
THE LAST ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
THE LAST ISSUE.
This will be the last issue of Tin: Coi i kuian before the holidays. We fcol that wo will be jiisiiiicil in not. putting I out another paper this term, for a iiinnl or of reasons, which need not be mentioned, lly the usual time of next week's paper the College will OS in Ihe midst of exami- nations, and the. paper would be soiirrcly nolice:l, perhaps, and its absence will not be particularly missed. Also, the Stall of the paper ul'ten liiih some work to do on the side, and the omission of further Issuance before Christmas will enable I hem to rcl S lino on exams. before the time comes. Therefore, wo take this opportunity to wish every ono the Lest possible suooc in the trials through wbieh they ere about to puss. If you could dO IS well SI W* should wish for you, every one would havii an A lo his credit on every class We bopo that, you will do your best, mid then ihe retail will be sucesssfuj in any event, We also extend to all our sinter**! I est wishes for I ...
MANY LECTURES THIS WEEK. FORMER STUDENT MAKES SUFFRAGE TALK—VALUABLE PHYSICS ADDRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
MANY LECTURES THIS WEEK.
FORMER STUDENT MAKES SUFFRAGE TALK—VALUABLE PHYSICS ADDRESSES.
Among tbn number of very Interesting j iimi Instructive Icetures gtves in Collegi this fall are Ihomi which hiive been helil, and are to be held this week. Lust Wednesday afternoon Mis* Hum- Nay, of Richmond, win, has become quits well known in the Campaign for woman's suffrage; mads an address on that subject in the auditorium, to a fair crowd of the students ami friends of the College This lei'iini' bun' more than usual IntSTSSt, because of the fast ttint Miss Ranose] was herself a student in Richmond College a few years uuu, and is ipiite well known ami remembered hen-. On Thursday students of pbysies were giVSn a valuable opportunity in the lootlirO Iby vv. F. franklin, of Columbia Quiver- itty, nml more lately of Lehigh. 'Hub lei'ture was rtinn in eoiine. lion will, Hie Physics Department of Collsgti mud was of a high order, thin Rent lonian being Dtspgnised a* one of the fotetno...
EXAMS. TO BEGIN NEXT THURSDAY. SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATIONS AS ANNOUNCED BY THE FACULTY COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
EXAMS. TO BEGIN NEXT THURSDAY.
SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATIONS AS ANNOUNCED BY THE FACULTY COMMITTEE.
Examinations for this term will begin mi next Thursday, I 'eeenil or llilli. The schedule is posted conspicuously ou all the bulletin boards about the campus. All students are ill liberty to leave for ll,e holidays, of irse, as soon as their hist exam, ia finished, and tl.e results of Ihe lesls will be liniilcd In yml soli.c tine during the vacation period. The schedule follows: Wednesday, December 15th—4:00 to 6:00 Spanish, Bible I. Thursday, December 16th—Chemistry, Physios, Astronomy. Friday, December 17th -Mathematics, e'rench. Saturday, December 18th— History, I'uli .icnl Science, Latin. Monday, December 2(lth English, Greek. Tuesday, December 21st -■(lonium, Bible 11, Biology. Wednesday, December 'J'.ld —Philoso- phy, Economics, Thursday, December 23d—Education, Sociology. Don't forget the date of tho election for foot-hull ir.anas.ers— Wcdr.esdny, Ec- iciiiber 18th, Plac...
RICHMOND COLLEGE IN ART CIRCLES. ARCHITECTURE IS BEING STUDIED FOR ARTISTIC QUALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE IN ART CIRCLES.
ARCHITECTURE IS BEING STUDIED FOR ARTISTIC QUALITIES.
Th« Richmond ah Club, at their regular meeting on last Tuesdny, had the pleasure of bearing a valuable dis- oussion by Dr, Boatwrighl on"The Art Outlook for Richmond," the torture being one of n series of monthly talks on the nrt situation. Tins ,'inb, ~f whirli Dr, Boat wrlghl is a director, w an interesting and useful ..rrjnni/iilinn, duinn niurh In tea what OSS h* done for ml around Hii'liinniul. 'I hey do mil deal merely with the things usually regarded ss artistic, but the question of architecture, LuUJSOtpS wink, iiud 11 111111- -laeliire are diSSUSSed, mul n SSI s Inr ll.eir improvement artistically. So thorough lure thny, indeed, thai even the 1110.11 factum of wall paper SOU** uinler 11,.v nntiee. Or. Routwright liiih observed fruiii his wnrk in thiseliih thai the growing Interest iii Richmond College is working aa n ureal factor in the arl circle* of Ihe city. The architectur...
YOUNG LADIES GIVE LETTER MEN PARTY. ATHLETES APPEAR AT UNIQUE FUNCTION IN THEIR ROBES OF OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
YOUNG LADIES GIVE LETTER MEN PARTY.
ATHLETES APPEAR AT UNIQUE FUNCTION IN THEIR ROBES OF OFFICE.
Last Saturday evening Weslhanipton College was again hottest at a vci.\ unique affair, this time given in tin 'Varsity men in college, and to a few guests' otherwise prominent in Collegt circles. This parly was an example ol what these young Indies inn do and ol the type of entertainment which bus won for them such a high nana; in social affairs, n was a novel occasion, the Informality adding to ibe charm »nd enjoyment. The men wore 'Varsity sweaters with the tetter, and the ul- mosphere of athletics was very effective The games, which hud been arranged with much originality, were greatly enjoyed, and, at, tines, more then ordi- narily amusing—fool-bull mid other in- door sports marking the evenings plou- ' sure, while dancing, of course, cm a in I for its share of attention. Popcorn, peanuts, apples, and other refreshments wore served in great abundance, while punch Bowed fr...
HOCKEY CONTEST GOES TO "EVENS." CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY SOPHS, AND SENIORS—MUCH INTEREST AROUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
HOCKEY CONTEST GOES TO "EVENS."
CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY SOPHS, AND SENIORS—MUCH INTEREST AROUSED.
'• St hid so much enthusiasm and interest been oxoite i at any v esthempton event as there was over lb.' hockey meteh games of last week. From Monday until Friday class spirit ran nut, mul rallies were held at all hours of the day. On Monday alien n ihe flrsl of ihe games was called, with Miss Taylor and .Miss Robinson referoelng. Tin fur the "Odds" were knooksd by Not* tlngham Walton, end Smith, while i Ibu toll and Portor nut the ball ovei Poi tic "I'.veiih." Both tOßntl plan-I Well, ami bho'reoulti were open until Ihe last piny, when ihe "ii.lll,'' knocked a goal, mnkiliK Ihe score Stand 8 In I in I heir favor, (in Wednesday, at i:i:> o'clocH the te mi- came on the Held again, Anderson, of Ihe "Even*," and I'lullips for Ihe 'Odds/ made spectacular plays, but the 1 .layers were even in.'n Closely nali'ln'il hni on .Monday, and, when I inn was -nlie I, il was with pride thai...