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THANKS! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
Now thai wo .are i.i real a while, now that tha edition* of Tan Collboian for the full term arc all published, and in the hand* of the subscribers, ii la only natural that Wfl relrospcet. And in retrospection we feel thai there Is muoh to please us; little U) annoy. True, we are hardly mi OUT feel U yet WO are not financially .-ecuie but, in a small wny, in a faur way, WB have been lUOCOaaful, Bow? Through loyal oo*operation. In the rival place, you fellows who have uh oribed, and have paid oold cash for your subscription, have followed ii up with Interosl and appreciation. Thoae who have been able i" odvertiao have rnndily boughi space, nol alono through Hellish motives, but her.nise uf llii'ir desire to aid in a seemingl} worthy oauae, Our professors have spoken favorably of (his little news sheet Inn, welcomed it heartily. President Hunt wurlit foully loaned UI the cuts of I lie pictures (eon mi the first page. The TimuhDigpatch wa* eager to donate to our cause the ...
HELP AMERICA FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
HELP AMERICA FIRST.
Aoro»* the \tiiuitie, ii! the little Ml ol Belgium, Ilu'ic nre ruined ciitlieilrnh starving ohlldren, dying men, ruined limn There is n desecration ol do« mesiieity v slaughter of Ideal*, Why? Ihe us! 1 iiui America Is s Belgium, II you were lo ..liuiil on I Ibsen ul,iry Mill li'-ni|ihl, und lire n I illc in Ihe right direction, il would lull urn,,nii ruined ciiihedriils, starving ohlhlren, dying men, ami ruined home-. Ibu I ruined through "the sms oi ihe father*" lie provoked by un ployment and starve. lion. Men dying, not in body, perhaps, but iii soul. Children hull naked, in the nutters, looking for a hit of crust. I '.ii I'l- drids ol Ambition, oi Opportunity, rulnedi and the Riiin walls of ,lc pun arl inn from then ins. Where? The slums of the capital oity, no beloved In song, in fiction, and in history, \vh>°.' Thowarl We cannot do much, Richmond Col- lege men, iii niim.li; assembling I" donate from their now nigb*flat i son hardly cleanse the all...
EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
Examination* are ihe written expre ilon* of " menial capital." The profeeaor an,l itudenl have had one common purpose since they began working to- gether, The student, realising that hit> "mental capital" was Llmitod, entered Oollege, thereby giving expression to tha fad thai in' deaired to mereaae ins "oapl ial." The profeslot mcl him, and agreed to help liim to obtain this deaired inoreaao, Loi it bo borne m mind thai the profe*soi raiinut glva tbi* capital Utile** the itudenl lias the Initiative, or responds to the effort* of the profeeaor to aid liim. in' will never Inoreaao bl i mental stock one lota, Tbi* statement Is made with thr greatest reaped and regard for the icholarship of the Faculty of Richmond College, and with the belief thai all of them will agree t" the statement. There- fore, if 'his menial relnlKinship lias lieen appreciated by the itudent, then the reiull is Inevitable Tins menial itook lias been increased, ami be is ready to Rive expre*...
MR. POTEAT'S VISIT MUCH ENJOYED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
MR. POTEAT'S VISIT MUCH EN JOYED.
Most of us noticed tho announMmont of Mr. (lordon Potent* vtoil to Riohn I College in the laal la*ut of Tm I l.Hiliv Mr. Poteal euine.nnd enjoy,'l his visit. < lertainl) i rorybody wbe talked with this excellent young man, or banrd him speak, enjoyed hi* call nt our home He enu I Travelum Seeiel.m ~(the student Volunteer Movement. i in Friday afternoon* at 1:30 o'clock, Mr Poteal mci ihe ('nlnn, i ollice™ of ihe Young Men's Christian A«sociati,m for a short talk Baturdaj he-pent at the i in,,n Theologioal Seminary, returniui to o. for mi oddret* to the Ministerial \ ■," iiiioii ~ii Saturday evening, when he presented the cause of foreign ml i* logically mid vi\ i,ik ;,s Richmond College hi,- ever beard it. Mr, roie.'ii spent Saturday night at the Onion Theologioal Seminary, and dc livored mi a,l,lre-,. I here m, Suinlay m,,in log, but returned to Riohmond College Sunday ;illeni,„,ii, mnl .pul.e il QUI regular reaper aarvioe, liw talk w* enj...
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
WHERE THE FELLOWS PREACHED SUNDAY.
w ii Barlow preached al BkJpwith, in Meoklanburg count) In ibe nursing, II. ff, Connelly mppUed for Hi-v ,1 A. (iiniili, ai Mattaponi, m King end Quean county Tins |a ont of (he oldoei r. ipii-i . burchw in the State s. CaOwon preaobe l al both aarvioei t Clivo 1 A. li. Cheatham conducted ewvt the State Perm in tin- morning. QU> Mellowed |,|, ,„ |„..| ; ,| ;|„. (||. Home in the afternoon, and L 0. Dfoket win ui ibe Soldier*' Home in the morning, II. o. Wyaii rietted tin- ahuroh al Dover for both Mrvfeea, II N, Soyara and w. n. Bruuiook filled their regular appointment) ai Mt. Vernon and Ridge, reepeotlvely, .1. II. Qarbei and J. II. \\ lloy nidi addreem al the H. Y. P. U. of the Firel Baptial I 'Inn, Ii in tin- evening. S. 8, mil preache I m tUbemark) county both morning and evening. C, 0, .loh.'iH.in lupplied for 11. T. Elites in Nelson enmity. Profeei n i Olmsted an I Elder hare had a | hair cut,
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
THE RICHMOND COLLEGIAN The Richmond Collide and Wosthumnton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Subscription, $1.00 Per Your, in Advance. Single Copies, S Cents. Office: Room D-*, Dormitory 2. KDITOHIAI. BOARD. J. A. OARTS It, - - - Koireii in i'iui I WBBWS!B® , }****« ■ ,N, ' m " KSTKI.I.K K.KMI'I'.H, j v !■ UURHAM, »m„,.|aii- I'DirciliH .1 11. wli.l.Y, i OAVIi KAITKKFIKI.I), I MANAGEMENT. SOOIS MM.t,lllii:tl. - BUIIMSIS Manaokh maiu;ahf;i' MILKS.) **«.**» "-• H. t,. BUBRUSB, ) All busliH'ns maltcm nhoulil be mldinsed Id the ■ailnCM Mnnugiir. All oilier mutter,' should faimo to Ihe Eilllur-ln-Chlnl. Wo sliull bo iildistsl lo Imnille miy studt'iiis' coiniminicnlionii with ,lii>' connliU-rntion. All unsigned corrcupoiidcncii will not be iniullgnod. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1014.
NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
(Had aid I we are lo see (loode nbiiilt on the campus again, The pour fellow hie. been suffering long with ivaler on bis hi ami has been unable li, leave bis room. Vtiche M ill spend his Christ inns holiday* iv n hospital, cinluimii ami oonvalosoing from an operation for iippcinheiliv ,1. B, oi/mi I'ctei DUnfOttl has returned from the hospital, on the gui I','n as usual. His appendix bus niiule its entry Into the Biology class mom, and great was Ihe wonder (hereof. The Wosihiunpton College Catalogue Committee have been sending msetagoi to one another by OOde, An excellent pin,,! Professor Olmsted will visit Prof, & i< Woodhoiise, Instructor of ItiMnry al Vale, Saturday, December L'tith, Pro* lessor Woodhoiise was acting Professor of History ai Richmond College during Dr. Anderson's absence the fall term of the Collage year Ill. 1618, During the vacation Professor Woodliouse in- lends lo come to liichniimd to do re- search work n while; then will accompany Dr...
Y. M. C. A. MEN DISCUSS VITAL COLLEGE TOPIC. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
Y. M. C. A. MEN DISCUSS VITAL COLLEGE TOPIC.
"Wliul. Are (he Beef Tiling Which I Have (ioitoii from My College Oareer," wu our topic ni lust week'i v. M. C, a meeting, ami i MM win) botinl Messrs, W. L, Davlii J. A. Carter, and Professor Durretl speak on thli subjeol regretted thai be made hie way through the rain anil mud in the auditorium for the u- sinn. The number was small —we believe ihe smallesl of the year but ibe interest in ami quality of ibe programme made up for tin' defect caused bj the approach- ing examinations, ami the very disagree* able weather. We were pleated to nolo Hun nil of tlu- speakers pui much stress on the Friend- ships Formed in college, and the part they expected them to play iii their after life. They did not fml to mve scholar- ship itM 'Inn place, n- well its tell bow thr other ui'iivities of collage life bad helped them. 11 wits aiiolber of I how meetings destined ultimately to make all of Rich- mond College men feel I lull they cumin! afford ...
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
DIPS FROM THE COLLEGE GRINPOT.
Knrncsl Jasper (reviewing Creek I'.ir "eUffi ">: " Hear me say Ihe alphabet?" ltooin-tunte: "Very well; lot her «.,." Jasper: "Alpha, Beta, Damma, del- ta" Room-male "Hey, arc yon ousting me or Dr, I lai ii."" Dr. Loving 1.10 "bil'le" Terry, who sits next to Noblin, 11. A.). "Now, when you are explaining anything for me m Physics, talk to me U if 1 didn't have tiny mom sense than Noblin there." Professor (in Physics, endeavoring to nei mi explanation from the class oou- oeralng the "absolute zero"): "Mr. |I,imk, what do you understand by tho t<,|n- pcralure beingB7B* below zero?" Puss (after a tiioment.'.s relleclion, swered, m a deep lone): "Pretty cold." —0 — Dr, Olmsted; "What was the primitive kidney?" Minn Diets (cuKorly): "The gixxard." X, Ciiines: "Please tell mc ivhnl lh.it typewriter lisl is on the library door." s. Blair; "Why, that tell* just bow many books there un the shelves, so that no one will lake out two book* when there i...
A RETROSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
Alter glancing over I his brief review of our fool-bull 100*00, who eiin deny lliu fact Unit the Bpidor* are tlio champions of i ho league? 1. Ilatnpdoii-Sidiicy, t); Hicbnioiiii College, 36, 2, William anil Mary, Ii; Uiclimoml College, 7. ;(. Hnnilolpb-Macon, ill; Richmond College, 8, 4. lltiiupilen-Sidtioy, il; Riohmond College, 88. 5. William and Mary, 0; Richmond College, 83, (1, Hnnilolph-Miwon, 0; Richmond Col lego, Li.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
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DR. BINGHAM SURPRISED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
DR. BINGHAM SURPRISED.
About S o'i'loiili. at the In urn- of I >r Bingham, hut Thurtdoy ntgbti lhara began in nriiie in 'ions vial ton, Dr, Bingham was ihe viotl i * surpriie birthday party, n<' mi Indeed token by lurprhw, Mis, Bingham, in her own I'hiiiininnly Original manner, hail plumed a most pleasant evening, Ami nil her dream* oarne true. The party wu noet oongeniel, and many minute* wore pound in happy I'hniiei- mnl laughter, a de- lightful "feed" we*prepared, Dr, Itinit- liain was OOmpaUtd lo kneel ami nil hi* birthday oaJm, (urrounded by ihe happy I'iri'lo of well-wishem. Anil them inn older, miii-. and fruit* In abundance, li was ii most joyoui evening, Thote present wore Preaidant and Mrs. Boat- wrlghti Miss Keller, Miai Murray, Mid 11,'iirnii, Mrs. (■nines, Mr. and Mrs. Tniiii, Mi** I :<uh'si,,n, Mia* Taylor, mnl Profetion Olmited, Older, I'owit-, mnl Norman,
KRAZY KRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
Coiiuin't Hi,in- Him ,v congregation of teaching mini ee- tahlished a summer house in the baok- wniiils of Jersey. The eilizeiis of Ibe eonmitiiiiiy, mosily Methodists and Pres- byterians, looked curiouabj al the glowing robes ol the listen as they passed, tine, more outspoken than ins neighbors, asked ibe post-master, "Whal fat kind o 1 «nls is then dressed up so funny?*' "Them," saiil tlie village bureau of information, "them's listen of Bti John the Baptist," " Sisters of who?" "8t, •lulu' <l'e Baptist. They live up the road here » piece." "(let nut!" loomed the indignant unlive. "Don't you 'spoM I ktunv nothing nt' all? John, the Baptist, has been iload inor'n a hundred years,"— Harptr'i Weakly. —0 — Hotel Clerk: ".Ah- er -Mr. Hlunk, do you wish In lie pill up according In the European plant" Mr. Blank: "Not on your life. I'm a peaceable man.' 1 —o — Kntiiikly Natuhal. "Why are Women 10 OMury over these battered-up foot-ball playenf " "I ittppose ii i.s be...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 16 December 1914
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LITERARY SOCIETIES ELECT OFFICERS. SUTTON AND TUCKER CHOSEN PRESIDENTS WITHOUT OPPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915
LITERARY SOCIETIES ELECT OFFICERS.
SUTTON AND TUCKER CHOSEN PRESIDENTS WITHOUT OPPOSITION.
The two Literary Societies, Mn Minimi I tin > mvi I'hilologiiin, meeting for the In i liini! iii their lutllii, ill Ihr Niiinr limi', on Friday evening, January Kill, ,lr, i,,| ~liners fur the ensuing winter term. MU HIIIMA lllll) I). N. Sutton, President, G, M. l'ercivul, Vieo-i'iosidonl. B, D, Allen, FUoordtng Secretary. It. H. Siukli'lm Corresponding Secretary. m. L, iiii'iisioiii, Tn&nuw, Ham Golluutn, Critic. Di J. I'iilhcrly, Censor. J. V. Gary, Chaplain, J, A. Crouch, Sergeant-at-Arms. (I. T, Tamil, Hull Debater, H.W. Charlton, Hull Manager TliiH being 'I'd regular limn for tlui elect mv of editors uf Tin. Mksnknukh for the next .your, SnmCclliimii, ,1. A. Kylaud, anil 10, W. Millrr were eleeleil associates frotn tliu Mv Sigma Kirn Society, 'rim editor-in-chief in lo bo clivicd In the Phiiologian Society this year, Messrs. M. L. lircitslcin mvi (i T. Terrell won.! ele...
Y.M.C.A. HAS PRACTICAL XMAS SPIRIT. RICHMOND COLLEGE GOSPEL TEAM AT WAVERLY, VA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915
Y.M.C.A. HAS PRACTICAL XMAS SPIRIT.
RICHMOND COLLEGE GOSPEL TEAM AT WAVERLY, VA.
I hiring the luilidayM tho V. M. C. A, -mv nut two Gospel teams, one lo Wiivcrly. thi other to Crewo, Va, The team sunt lo I lie former place was com- posed of E, N. Gardner (leader), VV. 11. Ilrannock, W. S, Davis, and It. J.,. Hniisum. lOucli man was new to tho work, hut mot to Wnverly on WtidneH- duy afternoon, December 30th, filled with the determination to make the campaign a miticotw. And it wan, if what the people of the town say, and the members of the team fuel, bu true. INIIAUt'fANTR VKIIY INTRRKSTEII. Wnvorly him aomo 1,8(H) inhabitants, and in one uf the mott progreailve towns 00 the Norfolk and Western, Tho boys were very fortunate, at tho start, in hav- ing Mr. John Miii'tin, i young rrofcaaui Of Knglish nt Washington and l.cc Uuivornily, V, M. 0, A. leader, and in* Ihienliiil mini mining the old mid young ~l the town, tnko them through the buainen section, and Introduce them t...
HARMONY CLUB DOES BARN-STORMING STUNT. CONCERTS GIVEN ON EASTERN SHORE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915
HARMONY CLUB DOES BARN-STORMING STUNT.
CONCERTS GIVEN ON EASTERN SHORE.
i he Richmond College Harmony Club, imposed of "lvo." Dunfcrd, "Jake" i "ilm" Johnson, and "Nei," : i _ul trip !,, 11 81 i| in the • I I I ■ . 28th and re- "i January 2d, ' i> of ihe 28th on the ■'t'oeiiiivmii!- down Ihe river" to 'iii.l,,;. mtl very pleuumi!, nutwitli-l'i-ding v he miserable cold rain that kepi ~i, the outer decks, and ilie freq duo to the thiil, , a wheels, They aren l'rivott, who lives ll who went down on thi Hull tho night was Bpefil in i
The iu\t morning Dunford and Carter took Ihe Cape Charlai boat, leaving Norfolk at .S.lll. I'i'ivoll mid .lolienun, (lii'iuij'ii on bone-head of thalr own, ii.iwu'il dm itoni. The Brit two arrived ni Cape Cbarias, oaught the north-bound ti'nin, ami arrived al New Church aboul i.oo P, ,\i. ibare they awe niel by \v. n. (Hillyi Covington, who inahagod the expedition, ii being inpoasfbla tor Privott mill Johnson i" airive befpw ll o'clock,...
SENIOR DAY AT WESTHAMPTON. TWELFTH NIGHT A REAL CARNIVAL TIME FOR THE CLASS OF 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915
SENIOR DAY AT WESTHAMPTON.
TWELFTH NIGHT A REAL CARNIVAL TIME FOR THE CLASS OF 1915.
On Twelfth Night, January llth, tho Seniors in Woathamptan CoHegi deter- mined to "pull oil' ■ lug une." Bellev- ing llial olail day means nuieli to ooliegfi spirit, they ileeided lv hold emnival oil this day. For moothl ihev have been arranging, and they I'ainc I k from the holidays with I ho "do or die" ipirlt so very evident that all ths othw girls felt that something was about to happen, After keeping the girls, especially the Juniors, in a constant state of curiosity for Homo time, they commenced throw- lag out hints, and all the College was half way prepared for the tlth. Tho (Hh cainc, and Ihe Seniurt, ap- peared at all classes wearing cap and gown, im,l promptly ejeoted any one who uven si) much as dared to puke a nose into Ihe Sanior parlor, At liSOthcyhad a lunch there, and, true to all Twelfth Night traditions, a "bean" cake, or a cake thai has a liciin nnd I wo pens cooked in...
VESPER SERVICES ATTRACTIVE. FUTURE BRILLIANT WITH PROSPECTS FOR GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 15 January 1915
VESPER SERVICES ATTRACTIVE.
FUTURE BRILLIANT WITH PROSPECTS FOR GREAT SUCCESS.
Willi the transfer of Richmond College to itl now wito at Westhaniplon there was in.i l . irated tin' pleasing ciislom of , re ni'.r services al 5:1)0 o'clock on , iay afternoon. Kaeli alternate Sunday afternoon is given over exclusive" ly !,, ii musical service, at which the sing- ing of the chorus choir, organised from lew land faculty of VYesthampton and Kielimntul Colleges, |_ an attractive feature, ibis chorus choir is under the able leadership of Mr. Ernest 11. Cosby, teaobes piano and linn,amy at \\ est liamptou College. The chorus ohoil has In tho past been assisted from time to j time by tho leading musicians of tho ' vicinity, and it is proposed to make this are one of unusual attractiveness m tha future. I)u tho Sundays alternating with the musical services alluded to above addresses will be made, which will have a speoial appeal to the young man and
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