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BLACKSTONE OFFICERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
BLACKSTONE OFFICERS ELECTED.
Tin- Blackstons Military Academy Club belli its first mestbtg on Tuesday, November 80, 1111,1, ill Whloh In, ,- (In following ollirers were I'lei'lcil for the session of IDlfl IBs Prasl lent --11. <;. Prlvott, Vine President < I, K. Stison, Heerm.nry—Bl 0. Hnrrison. Treasurer—B, H. Smith. A committee was appointed (<• dmw up ii constitution and by-laws for the club At the seoond nesting, wbioh waahald on Tuesday, December 7th, the eon mittet presented the constitution and by-laws wbioh bml been drafted by It After making a few obangei, the club adopted the proposed i-onsiifution. Tlilh ImeinosH being completed, Ihi election of Annual nmi press represents tivca was hold, in whii'h the following were chosen: Annual lleprosentativo --11, C. Good* Press Representative—W, V. Merlin. The purpose of this organisation is to promote the welfare of Ulackstoiie Mili- tary Academy, unci to inllueiice all worthy stulents of that institution to attend R...
SPECIAL NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
A Christmas hiumir will be held by the aluiunie of WasUiiuiipton and Hid,, iiiond Colleges in the "llay Hi on" U l Westhampton, on Monday, Tuesday, nnd Wednesday, from December lilh to loth. The profits will go toward the Scholarship Fund, und tho patronage of all students and friends of the College is solicited.
GYPSY SMITH, Jr., SPEAKS, [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
GYPSY SMITH, Jr., SPEAKS,
Gypsy Smith, Jr., tin' noted evange- list, made nn eooeptable tnlk iii ohapol one inorniiiit last wrcl,, fffl tlfo iffjtljeel ol "Training," He olted many in tarn a in tin 1 oases nf fiiniium athletes in which .1 break in training hod resulted in liumili- niton nn,i iii i<';ii, .-Hid showed bow Mich tiling i a applied to the nan In Cnllsge, mul in any life. This uell-kiouu pren-lii'i is holding v nris* nf n Beting* iii the I'iiy, and I* doing much k 1 ""! work lli« work in ii,it oonfined to shurchsi iilimc, but often lie holds mtstlngs in theatres and sUewbsrs,
IN THE EVENT OF ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
IN THE EVENT OF ICE.
Thoro in the possibility of the lake freezing over before the holidays, which I will afford rnuoh opportunity for skating Ue liuvf. been requested to mtt,« tl.c urn in keep old sticks, rooks, ate, off of the pond while it is freeing, as this I* v greuf (hindrance to skaters. The temptation is to tosi the Hticngth of the Ice by (kirn* ming il rock or large stick uross tho surface; they tresis In the Ice and n al o it R>U|b. Think it over, and don't do it A ministerial student bad lust Bnisbod jliis declmmitiim in the public speaking claw, and, in reply to Dr. Elandy'i sritl* jCisinp, he said; "But, Doctor, l am not used tocpeaking to empty bench**." Vr. Handy replied: "I thought, per- ! hapH, from your diseourscs on Sunday, I that you had liecone accustomed to | spanking to empty benches."
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
DIGGS & MOSELEY, GENERAL AGENTS. Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co. Nos. 604-5-6 Mutual Building, RICHMOND, VA. Insurance, $035,C00,C00.00. Assets, $155,000,000.00. SPECIAL AGENTS L. W. EPFORD and FOSTER WITT.
iCoach Dobson ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Equip i! ment for Men and Women [ Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc. ; Every 'Vnrslty Team nt rVchmatid College i lv filled by A. Q. Spotting & Bros. wlili li firm On.ii li lias lii'hm ri'imiMtmliiy fui ten years. Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music. Mm k;il Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 2C5 E. BROAD STREET. Ort'y One-Prlforinno'Htuto In Vlipiai 111 'i ■" '■ li,'»ii i ■■■I, Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 MutiiHi Uuilding. Ok<;an or Virginia JWtisis. Subscriplicn, 32.00 a Year. It .Mn 1 ; in Ilia c!i> path*, hut dt.esnot atorul still, It oleu walks therein. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COUEC.E SESSION. Commercial...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 10 December 1915
le Student Shop. ' " $T HEADOUARFERS FOR ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE. ' Now-a-days it's Ealmor Bread , =_ American Bread & Baking Co. pCOOD FOR THE EYEBI I THE S. 6 ALESKI nPTtCAL CO. ■ 8 M»li)»i.d J33 »U»t» I | F.lghib St. jflJHSfll *">«* Str »*| Correct Engraving. Wedding Invitations, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and Visiting Cards, Crests, Mono- grams, and Stationery. : i HUNTER & CO., Inc. 629 East Broad Street, ' RICIiM()ND V VIRGINIA. Vhans, Randolph 2lto. San Repairing Shop- fll\Tcbant bailor Suits andPanls Made to Order Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. mW. BfQitd Street, RICHMOND. VI A. P. Cientry, 'Phone, Fandolph 2031. "Eagle," "Emljlem;' "Dayton," "Crescent," "Ardmira Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles, Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. 533 WE3T BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. POLLARD & BfIGBY, TRcal Estate i RENTS. LOANS, SALES
FACULTY ATTEND NOTABLE MEETINGS. PAN-AMER CAN CONGRESS AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION HAVE DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
FACULTY ATTEND NOTABLE MEETINGS.
PAN-AMER CAN CONGRESS AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION HAVE DELEGATES.
During the Chrlattnaj holidays the authoritfea of fttobw nd College b»va l)<-••■) variously engaged over the country in distinguished work. Dr. Boatwrigbt and Dr Bingham wore delegate* to the Pdli-Amorioan Bolentlflo Congress, i» leielon in Washington, D. Q,| during (Tinstiniis week, Dean Metceil Mid Dean Keller also attended esvi iil i on of the Congress Thle fiiinoiiH gathering, whioh bae attracted nation-wide nol r»i wei thi inn-i briluanl oi Iti kind ever beldi Dr. Uoatwrighl state* thai "The Congn was the moel notable gathering of repTa Mutative men from the an ar can re* publics ever assembled In the weeteril hemisphere." Dr. Anderson and Vsaoelate Professors Eckenrode and f.oui£li attended the meeting of the American Hlitarieal v loelatlon, In Washington. Other mem' ben of the Faculty spanl a pari of their i holidays In similar oeoupation, while I whim' spent iln' ...
GOSPEL TEAM TO SCOTTSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
GOSPEL TEAM TO SCOTTSVILLE.
i I iha two v. M. c. a. Btudeul Gospel teams Bpeni four buay ds the holiday vacation at Scottsville, Va. 'i lie team wan composed of Captain Davis, Albert, Barlow, and Evans, and the fellows report a busj Aye-day cam- paign, \ reception| with a Bvi piew brass bandi etc, was tendered the team by the towns-people on Wednesday even- Inf. Arrangements had been well made in advance, and the antartalnmenl ami other iiiiiiiniiicca ilid full duly. i in Friday morning the fallows took a tweh c mile ''hike" with n troop of the boys. Personal work occupied the large pari uf each day, and about forty un- converted men and boya were Interviewed p I'Minally ami pointedly with regard i" their religious life and Christian work Two members of the team spoke each evening in the Methodtal Churoh, end were encouraged by larger audienoea than Is Scottsvitye's ouatom for special meetings, Tbj boys asaisted in the siTvii Sunday morning, hold a meetini Sunday afternoon, an...
BASKET-BALL NOW TAKES FIRST PLACE. NEW BUILDING HELPS PRACTICE LONG SCHEDULE ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
BASKET-BALL NOW TAKES FIRST PLACE.
NEW BUILDING HELPS PRACTICE LONG SCHEDULE ARRANGED.
| Basket-ball now occupies the centre of thearena, with the team full al work In the nan gymnasium. This flrel week o( praot Ice, of course, brings li' • !<• develop at, inn Coach Dobaon feels thai el lee for bringing borne the oup are «ooT this year. Cox, MUehell, Coeby, Satter&eldi and others < i Bote are workini hard in make the bi bi ol ihe pa ilbilll It ■• Manager Lawrence baa arranged a heavy uhedule, tbc opening gan:e of which will be played on January 18th. We had bo opportunity to mention, befon the holidays, the completion of the now buakel ball Door, which baa been In operation tor several weeka. This build- ; lag Is located near the power-house, and [lias done much toward lilli'iß » long-fell Hani, serving an » place <>f prentice for tin' indoor i< wns, The buildfaig la rough, inn secure, and the llopr is about QQ-xHO feet, and In good shape The basket-ba...
KAPPA ALPHAS MEET IN RICHMOND. FRATERNITY CONVENTION IS ATTENDED BY MANY REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
KAPPA ALPHAS MEET IN RICHMOND.
FRATERNITY CONVENTION IS ATTENDED BY MANY REPRESENTATIVES.
(me of i In' leading events of ihe ' inlb! - nuu season was the Kappa AipJie oon- vciiiiuii, held in Richmond, Deoember 28th to 30th The RJehmond College chapter and tho Richmond alumni were iin' inisiH, while representatives from nlmo il every ptber chapter were prasenl. The convention was called to order on Tuesday morning, Dec ber 38th, at the Jefferson Hotel, where the routine mi mess naturall; attendant was trans* noted, in the evening the viaiton wi re delightful! entertained al a smoker, given by the Richmond alumni rbapter, at the Westmoreland Club, On Wedneeday evening; s bonquel at the Jefferson Hotel | roved a distinct feature of the meeting, Thursday morning, December 30th, the following officers were elected! Henry ('. Chiles, of Missouri, Knight ('<nii- mander; W B, Crawford of Forlda, Grand Hialor'an; ■! Rlon MoKiasiclr, bf Suiiili Carolina, Editor dl the M.v isim ...
"YOU NEVER CAN TELL" ABOUT READY. PROSPECTS GOOD FOR SUCCESSFUL PRODUCTION AFTER HARD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
"YOU NEVER CAN TELL" ABOUT READY.
PROSPECTS GOOD FOR SUCCESSFUL PRODUCTION AFTER HARD WORK.
Manager Vaeha annoui ■ that the play scheduled to bo given by the Dra- matte t Hub in the near future, m the i aiiililiirinin, will be pulled nIT in egular order and i bod ha) c. During the holf> da) be has spent bis tin a bare putting In order, gi tting the Deanery in i idiapo, and straightening up generally, in rcadinaaa foi the final rehwrf,als and polishing up processes, srhioh are now in full (wing. The stage arrangements are being reeonstruated, ami the prospects are vet) promising for a orodltebli pro duotion "i this well-known play, " You I Never Can Tell." As for the maritj of the play Itself, su/Uca ii i" say iLjii ii in '>»'■ of Bernard ■ i ■ ■ 1111 efforts, having ha,l a lojig run in one "I the leading i he ktre ol New \ ork Tin' (lull liut< back of ii the vary Mattering suopeea of leal spring, when ■ Is Sfpu Like It" was given al Com- mejioMi I'm, ami the hea...
WARBLERS ARE PIERCING ATMOSPHERE. GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUBS AT WORK-FIRST TENORS NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
WARBLERS ARE PIERCING ATMOSPHERE.
GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUBS AT WORK-FIRST TENORS NEEDED.
Should I he eiiMial observer he startled by aar piercing and throat-epllttlng shrieks waftiiiK from the auditorium, or thereabout!, lei him not be die yed it is merely the idee Club tattling down in the torture «f the season, preparing for the agonic* ibal ore to oome, The men are at work, rounding the Ili.-ennl.llli into the iuphonlout and blending the harsh in Ith the tuneful note*. Not to be outdone, thoee who eeplrc to pluck the nimble and twanging ttringt and saw the cut>iii' are tuning up anil getting down in -hope. Mr. Harry Vuiilnndmidiam, with the assistanci' of the older men in both Clubs, is undertaking the work of training the men. mill the Club is vinii uloiik in an encouraging manner, The season will open about tin middle of February, when the tour will be v :idc. after which t in- seasun will OUM with the annual concert heir iii the auditorium Ow trip will include con...
CAMPUS NOT DESERTED AT XMAS. SMALL CROWD LINGERS TO KEEP THINGS CHEERED UP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
CAMPUS NOT DESERTED AT XMAS.
SMALL CROWD LINGERS TO KEEP THINGS CHEERED UP.
.\n oowvsbual fatal tinkle of ■». wayward mandolin, the strum of a wank guitar) mmetimos si nighi the noil strains of a wandering "chord," thai eoboftdand died against the gloomy and forsaken wsusj perba|M n gentle ripple on the take as an oar dipped easily Into tho surface; again, a laugh, a whistle, o -limn or two, bul mostly sllenoo, were the features ilmi marked theaspool ol things about College during the holidays. Sum,' few stayed behind, thai the welcoming halls would ,i,,i be deserted when the wanderers mli,mill rol inn. Hut life on the campus was by no means dull during the two weeks ol i bristmna holiday. The small crowd of congenial*, when not U'iiiK atttortainsd ehtowhere, were enter! ng thenuolves how, where anipii' opportunity lor so doing was .iii,a.li 'I Pi , ate, even, unto the rial, filled up the tuna pleasantly, while at ilir refectory grub such an was never ioan before [and pe...
MUSIC LOVERS TO HAVE RARE TREAT. Famous Prima Donna to Appear for First Time in Virginia. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
MUSIC LOVERS TO HAVE RARE TREAT.
Famous Prima Donna to Appear for First Time in Virginia.
Those in < Soilage who appreciate iiiusie of the best claim may be Interested to know thai the Coriay Company, of Richmond, have engaged Qeraldine Par- r.ir to appear in concerl al the au lltorium or, the 38th of this month, This is the in a oooaa in which this ladyi aho Is rocognisod as one of tha worlds greateel sinners, has ever appeared iieii,re ii Virginia audience, and music lovers i" these pan.; feel extremely fortunate In having this lirst appearance In Richmond, As an mlile I attraction to Aliioiiean audiences, Miss Farrar has I be diatinotion of being, be lidee a tinge* bf great po al charm, wholly tmertean, by ancestry, birth, training, and Inclination, she bat won (il'eal tame abroad, as well as a I h,,ine, mill her concert here will lie well worth hearing, even if some sacrifice must he mads in order to .In so. Thee lunations! |io:isihililie.-i of siii'h an opportuni...
READ THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
We wish to ''all •" your attention again Ihe fact that Titi'. t'ni.i.KiiiAN is your publication, ami not a private affair, and that, it looks to yOU to see that il is made the best possible in every way. In a Collage the size ol this it is impossible for one man, or any three or four men, lo handle the situation exclusively, and I lie paper depends upon every man to contri- bute his part when he limls nil oppor- tunity, Every time you hear of some- thing that liiih happened, or is (foinn to happen, jot il down and let it conic in. If you have a pmnl of view on any particu- lar mutter, il is your duly to express it let them come In, and I hey will he gladly published. We are trying to make this paper the best i\e call, bill we need your help. We want il to he Ihe organ uf the Student body, and, in order thai U may BUOt d in this regard, il is necessary thai every One lake part. Let yiuir eontrihiit one come in. It isn't that we don't want to fill the paper up each we...
TALK IT UP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
TALK IT UP.
in another column will be found an- nouncement of the coming play by the College Dramatic Club, Announcement of Milch BVentt should lie all that :- iicce:. snry to inture hearty cooperation and support, but we add our voice here a little further. Any college organisation recognited at worthy is a vital pari of College lite, ami de-en es the support of every one who wishes Ihe College well. These people who arc Working on this play are «ivinn much of I heir lime and are nuking many taorificee in order to put out the best they have, ami e\ eiy 111:111 in CoUegt must join with them. A word here and there l„ 11 friend, with little effort, will do a lot of good, Boott the play, as you will do any other clouts mi lie- part of any other orunni/.alinii. Keep the dale January I llh (iimly in y< ur mind, and he there with nil the support you enn mutter, Talk it up, and you will have 11 part in the success.
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"THE COWBOY BALLADS." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 7 January 1916
"THE COWBOY BALLADS."
Pint John \ l.moa\, mieof the Knajhih professors in the University of TexaSi snd Presldenl of tha American Folk lore Society, will lecture here .hiiiiinrv Mill mi Ihe "Cowboy Ballads." Tilta very unique branch of literature la lust gaining promlnenoo, and it in a aotiroo of much gratification thai we are enabled to hear a discussion of tins by so able and die* tlnguiahad a scholar. The addresses will be made at 11*0 A, M.and at 4:00 P, M., at I lie latter liuur I lie puhlie being invited. Profeaaor Lomas is a great specialist on ballad literature, and bin leelnres will be delightfully Interesting.