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WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
! .Miss Mary Clay Wttß the guest bf Miss i.i'.-.iiicili I'.llysiin Sunday, Mias Frances Shiftman was ihe guest of Dr, and Mrs. Wicker on Sunday, Miss Florence Boston visited Mrs. Ib ~ of Richmond, Saturday and Sun- day. Mrs. Tnbb and little daughter took dinner at Westbamptod Friday eve* '■ ning. Miss Irene Still' Has a guest of Ml** Primces Qlassell at th* Colin* Friday night. Miss, Mary I .el I spent the week-end with Miss Deborah McCarthy, in Rich* inonil. Mias Lilian Hansono was the week-end guest of Dr, and Mrs. DoUglaS !• leoiiinn, al their liiin.eoii Muiirt avenue Miss Mary Taylor entertained tho Richmond College Women's Club at her homo, on Monument avenue, Tuesday afternoon. In a borrowed automobile Mis-. Brook* enbrough look the "maimed herces 1 ' bi I the luckey games for an airing Sunday I afternoon.
BE SQUARE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
Collegiate life is )u*l hum nbuiil lo he thrown Into Ihe iniielslroni of accounting lor ihings done ami undone tho day of reckoning is dose vi hand. Examination time is a Irying period in Ihe Jives ol some men, and we iviuil lo caul inn llie new men, especially, ngiiinsl the pit-fall* that their (irsl exams, may bring. When you go in lor llie lesl, you arc your own man, and no one will be I here to regulate your aonduol Prep school deysere over, and you have now in decide for yourself You may have been a little lax this fall in your work, and, when you come into examination, you may find that you are coming up short, The temptations are often great the victory over such temptation* is one of the things your life here is intended lor, and, when it is won, will mean a great step along the way. What ever happens, be a iniin! We do not mean by these remarks I hut WO think there are some men in College who are going to deal unfairly with Ihe coining exams. We hope thai s...
THE OLD COLLEGE GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
THE OLD COLLEGE GONE.
With the passing of ibis year, old Richmond College will make her exit from the face of material tilings, for this week has marked the end of Ryland Ball, A few other buildings are lefl on the old site, it is true, but, with Ihe absence of the One that is now gone, Ihese others lose thoir significance, and remain as but shadows to line the path of a departed scene. Almost a hundred years this structure stood, guiding on to grcnt glory those who accepted Ihe noble teachings there imparted, sheltering in mi abiding memory those who fell by the way. In itself it was but a product of human bands, reurcd for convenience and ma- terial use, but in its ruins we see a viister edifice, enwrapped by an Imperishable shroud of devotion, the product of human hearts. Ryland Hall was built in 1832, and served as the main building of Richmond College until 10M, when the College was transplanted in its present eitc. During those years other buildings sprung up about it, b...
WHY SHOULD WE PLAY SIX GAMES? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
WHY SHOULD WE PLAY SIX GAMES?
This being the last issue of Tub Coi.- i.kiimn before I ho holidays, we wish to leave with you a subject for your iiicdi- liilinn and serious consideration while you me enjoying Ihe peace nud quiet of a restful vacation The matter is one in WhiOil every mail liuiy well be interested, and one of importance the question of playing six, Instead of three, foot-bell games for il bampionshlp, 1 This new syslem bus been in effect for two years, mid the unfitness of tb* thing bus grown more and more Impressive, Why did ttiis. thing Mtne about, and what, is the good of iff To play six fool-ball games entirely within the limits of the Eastern Virginia League occupies nearly the whole of the foot-ball season six weeks of work within Ihe very narrow limits of the four Virginia colleges. This gives nnlj • or two games outside — slight opportunity for inciuiuriiig swords outside of the iii'cusloined haunts. The couch has said that it is practically im- possible...
AN INTERESTING FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
AN INTERESTING FACT.
We notice from ihe last Juhnx Hopkins New* Utter that a greater part, of the issue is dovolnd to an iifterinal h of the foot- ; ball SSeSOn, mure particularly v eulogy !on Ilrinkloy, It is an Interesting fad | tlint this great Harvard "sttir" has accomplished what was regarded as Ihe impossible at Johns Hopkins, mid lias turned out thb year a teem that won the championship of Ibe Hlnte of Maryland. Inir years Hie I'liiversity has been merely a ligiire-heiid in the contests for this cup, and Urickley was wcured Ibis yeur simply U* ill! experiment, In delerinilie whether or not it was possible to develop a real tSajn in the institution. With S long string of inglorious defeats behind him, ; land with dim prospect) in view, he WSUt Ito work with the same skill and detenni- \ | nation that won nation-wide fame for j I biin on Harvard's gridiron, mid turned u,il ihe best fool-bull aggregation ill Maryland, and won iimiirsi obsmpioaship in a numbs* of yours.
TRIP TO EUROPE IS CALLED OFF [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
TRIP TO EUROPE IS CALLED OFF
The proposed European trlp'to be taken by n represeiilativi, from the class of 1016 with Mr, Ford's "Peace Parly," as mentioned in Inst week's Cui.i.kumn, finally resulted ill disappoint men! to tho limn who was selected. The invita- tion extended tn Itiohmnnd College, along with a number of the bigger ooltegee and universities in thin country, was re- called ihe lettM purl or last week, for reasons well explained, When the matter was brought before tho class last week the selection of a delegate was entered upon at a hurried Batted meeting of the HI Ml men, and three candidates iippenred in the field for the nomination. These men were W X Durham, 11. (). Wyatt, and W. K. Allen. Their names were turned over to President Itoiitwrigbt, and the Faculty for their disposition, and Mr. Durham was the mini chosen. His inline and recommend- ations were immediately forwarded to Mr. Ford, and preparations were made for departure on lust Sat unlay, according ...
COACH GIVES SUPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
COACH GIVES SUPPER.
On Tuesday night, November BOth, Coaoh Dobson was tho host at a royal spread tendered the letter men of this year's foot-hall squint The supper was prepared at Murphy's Hotel, tho scene of the foot-bull banquet of tho week before. All of the mon who bud won their "11" on the field this season were there, and, in an informal way, the ovoning was ■I'i'iii to the great enjoyment of all. li, i. now and tbon a song punctuated the atmosphere between the courses, which means that there were a groat many songs, and room for many mora, for the OQUTSSS were numerous, mid consisted of the tbinga that are tho most tempting to tho palate of the male. Among the distinguished guest* were Mrs. Dobson and Col. T. B McAdams, who added niuali to the success of the occasion. Although tho letters bad not been awarded at the time this event was held, this meeting was an informnl announce
nomi of those who bad attained the 'Vanity man's highest honor. The squad including Ma...
DRAMATIC CLUB IN EARNEST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
DRAMATIC CLUB IN EARNEST.
The work of tho Dramatic Club is going on quietly anil steadily, much progress having been not iced during the I past few days. Owing to a number of unforeseen dlfßoultteOj the play, "You I Never Can Tell," which was scheduled for December l|)lh, |~i,| i„ |„, ptSjtnonsd, M Ihe maimgemeiil realised tiiiit, a pro- duotion on the proposed dete could not jbe its creditable as it should be. January Mill has been settled upon as the date for the performance, iCnd it will be pro- duced al | hut time, regardless of any diffloulttea lluil may arise. It will bo given in Ihe aiiditnritim, and a nomiiiiil price will be charged It was found that v linger royalty than was expected must be paid for the use of the play, and this will make it necessary Hint every man in College get behind the organisation and push it to success, We feel sure I hut Huh will be done, not alone through a feeling of loyalty to this College organisation, but because any lime or money spent...
RICHMOND COLLEGE MEN IN THE LEGISLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE MEN IN THE LEGISLATURE.
It should be of interest to all Spiders lo observe the large representation Rich- mond College, honsts of in the coining Legislature, wbioh will oonvene in itieh- mond in January, Of the I It) delegates, Richmond College is sending fifteen of her sons. This may aeon more flattering when it. is remembered that v large per- centage of the ropresontativee in this body are not college men at. all, and that, in view of this, fifteen stands out in an imposing way, Tho list of men who will go there from Richmond College is as follows: .Semite -Hands Gaylo, Gold Hill, Va,; A. w. Robertson, Buena Vlstaj Julian Gutm, Richmond. House of Delegates—J. Harry Row, Accomac; S M Pegs, lied Hill; 11, L, Beele Bolwlng Oreenj Franklin Williams, Jr., Fairfax; M. E, Itrislow, Gloucester; Dean* Hundley, ttssox; H. O. Norris, Jr., Lively; V. W. Iludgins, Cheat City; I, !l Cox, Norfolk; Q.C Davis, Norfolk; j R, 11. Willis, Itoimoko.
"THE HOUSE OF HAPPINESS." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
"THE HOUSE OF HAPPINESS."
Mum West, from the Haptist .Settle- ment, "The House of Happiness," in Richmond, made a delightful talk in the Westhampton College ohnpel on last Sunday night. She told of the work this ereditablo institution was doing, and had done, picturing well the efforts being ■node to bring happiness to many who bad not lioon especially blessed by fortune. .She told of the organisation of "The House of Happiness," and gave a good description of the various brunches under wbioh the work is being carried on. The j address was greatly enjoyed by a large I audience.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
The Richmond College and Westhmiiptoii College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, in Advence. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: RoomA-15, Dormitory 2. BDITORIAL BOAHD. J, A. 1.1.H1.11-. Jn., - - Bditob-w-Cuiw UTSMfK KICMI'HK, lAaaiaiANT IM\T. SM'l'Kltl'lKl.D.i KuiTOHS-iK-Cmitr BUHIK III.AIH, ) STAN CIIboTKIIMAN, Aaaoours BalfOSS ISAAC DIOU.S. J MANAQBMBKT. P. W. FOItIC, - - BuaiN»M M*«au»u KI.KANnIt rOcT.NIIAVKIU V, O, PKIIIM'i:, I a.mt 11,,,, Muua i). W Mlil.Bß, j A»aT. HUH. MUM H. 0. WV A I"!'. J All btislnoia* mallera chould be addraaaad to tba BusldMl Mana|«t. Allolher mallei*aliould coma to tlio gdltor-ln-Cbltt. We alinll ba ~i „.,, ,1 to handle any atudonta' eommutiicatlnnawltli ilu« cunaldaraliuii. All un- • 1«,,„.i ~.,, ,".|.,i„,1.'.,.' will not be in,1.1...!,.-.! FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1015.
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
Dr liontwright wan a gUSSt at the refectory on last Monday. ('uiiniderablo ice has furuied on tho lake this week, and prospects for a repetition of last year's skating are bright, Mr Hubert Herpell, a student hero several years ago, and lately of Hie Washington and Lee law school, was a visitor to friends in College here one dn.v last week. Much sporl is being derived of late Iroiii a new bout which has been recently put on the lake. It him been imported from Krunkliu by Miss Betsy Camp, of West hiiinpl on College, Hi. Anderson made two addresses on last Sunday at the Third Christian Church, in Hiehinond. His renown as n speaker bus become no wide I bill nil his Spin time out of College is taken up in this way. "Miko" Crowell, 11. A., 'W, hies en- lered Ihe liiivi'inil v of Rochester for bis M. A. degree. We have been unable to locate "Mike" for SOjnS lime, and are glad that we have at hist teamed his whoreiibouls. Circulars have been received from Ihe publishing h...
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
The following is a sot of resolutions for refectory conduct, which may well be brought to the notieoof the men who take their meals there. Wo publish them as given to us. The rules are; 1. The dining-room* will be open promptly at 8:(X) A. M. for breakfast, at 1:17 for dinner, and at ():3() for Riipper. Exceptions: At '2:00 P. M. for dinner anil nt 6:00 P. M. for supper on Sundays. Hoarders nro expected to come on time. 2. Hoarders are expected to conduct themselves in the refectory with such propriety ns is observed in any well- regulated restaurant or hotel. 3. Hoarder* must, not carry any table- ware or food from the dining-rooms, without the approval of the management. 4. No smoking allowed in the refectory, except in the lobby. fi. Please report promptly to the mnn- iigoment the nanies of room-mates, or of Student* who room near you, when they are sick, and secure proper attention and diet for l hem. Del urn promptly all dishes, cutlery, etc, that, are curried to ...
WILL COME HERE ON HONEYMOON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
WILL COME HERE ON HONEYMOON.
Rev. T. E. Peters, 11. A., '00, fe promi- nent minister of Athens, W. Va., will add bis name to the growing list of Bpiders who have recently done the game thing, by uniting in tho holy bonds of wedlock on December '20th. True to the old Spider instinct*, be will bring bis I bride to Richmond on their honeymoon, and will pay a visit to bin afma water in , her new home. We extend best wishes for much happiness. s Professor: "What's an echo, Mr, Hill?" ' Bam: "It's tlio only thing thnt, ;an got | the last word on a woman."
"WAITERS' UNION" PROPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
"WAITERS' UNION" PROPOSES.
The waitors at the rofectory havo formed themselves into what is called the "Waiters' Union," for Ibo reguliilion of conduct at, that place, a regular set of resolution has been drawn up in regard to the time of meals, otc. Homo of the Stipulation* have not met with general approbation, among which is the clause which requires all plates, etc., to be removed from the l i Id,- unless in use by live minutes after 8 o'clock in the morning, The mutter will adjust itself, however, in nil probability, when the men have become accustomed to tne now regulation*.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
STUDENTS! To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup MAUK BY Atlas Specially Co., RICHMOND, VA. SecoDd Bapfist GMrcli 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 'Phona, Randolph 1801. 17 Governor Street, RICHWOWD, VA. 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. - - - 7 P.M. Homeier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. Hotel Stumpf.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegian " is interested in making Richmond College a stronger and better College. Much of this great task belong* to Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni, but a Urge part properly falls to the students of this session. The public does not yet reilix* the possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent beginning that has been made already. The public believes the College is rich, and does not at all approciate our need for more buildings, lor larger endowment, for more scholarships. Perhaps you are euloyUig 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 il* benefit*, 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 the I...
ELECTION NEXT WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
ELECTION NEXT WEDNESDAY.
Tic e'c'tioii of Manager and Assistant viiiiuecr of the I.mi foot bull team, and lllso Vice I'le-ldenl of the Athletic Ass.i- ,'ialini, for Ihis year, will he held on next Wednesday, according lo an ollieuil nun.Mm, eiiieiii made by Presldonl Ptlvom on Inst Tue-..|iiv. The nominal iODfl bo Ihe c nll'icc have been duly received, mid will be found posted ori the bulletin board. The lime and place of election will he announced later) In chapel and by the bulletins, We regwl thai we art unable iii publish the names In thl Watch Ihe boards for this announce I,
PHILOLOGIANS ARE HOSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
PHILOLOGIANS ARE HOSTS.
The Philologist) Literary Society pie scntod in the public on las! I fiday night a very delightful ciiterliiiiin ent in the form of an "Open Night," held in the Society quartern in ttylsnd Hall. This was the lirsl open meeting ever held in tho new bail, and was n very attractive all'uir nil together, The |iro|i.riiin, which hud been carefully find W'l'll arranged, was greatly enjoyed, and won much deserved approval from the largo crowd of visitors who were present. The IgTgt meeting pi.mi was packed to the doors, a generous representation from the other isx being a ureal feature in making Ihe entertain-, iiient a very attractive one. The following is the program, which was very creditably rendered: Declamation -B. v. Skinner, B, v. Anderson, Heading --I l '. L. Albert, T. W. I'easlcy. Oration— Sam Hill. instruments! Duel Mias Smith and Miss Willis, of Wostbompton Co lege The hitler iiiuiibi-r of the program ivnsn very attractive feature of the all'uir, ...