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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

The Richmond Collegian

A SPIDER PUBLICATION FOR SPIDERS.

Vol. 11.

No. 14

RICHMOND COLLEGE AND WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE, Kill DAY, JANUARY 14, l!)Ui.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SPIDER QUINT IS LOOKING GOOD. SECOND STRING AVALANCHE FAIR-MOUNT-MANY MEN TRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

SPIDER QUINT IS LOOKING GOOD.

SECOND STRING AVALANCHE FAIR -MOUNT- MANY MEN TRYING.

Aided tad abetted by the new floor, the iiH|iin»ut,H fur tho basket-ball loam an) ((at whipping themselves into Hhnpc, unit Hid light f<>r tin 1 positions i» waxing liol mill furious. With nil tlirt (ilil qUlhl hack, exempting Leublmrt, for wliobc position Mni'. Cosby bids strong) the proepMte of copping tm< |OnWon nre exceedingly bright A largo squad re- ported iim soon iih Llio cull for practice waH issued, unit they linvi- boon ilivi(lc<l into two sections, in order tlu\t every one may not a chance to show loh worth. The "rooki»»" have the practice hour from 3 to 4 o'clock in I he afternoon, an<l the' Varsity squad after \ o'clock, (lumen between the fine! and second tcuniH are staged every afternoon, and plenty of the old Spider "|K>p" win ovidenee. A new system of defunct) will lie seen on the local lloors thit* wason, which iw going to surprise WDM of our opponents...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
"RATS" CLASS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

"RATS" CLASS DAY.

Thursday, January 0, 1010, was the first birthday of the most famous ,-lush that ever entered Wosthainpton College. As it was on the twelfth night, the class celebrated by lowing a Shakespearean supper. At caiih table wits a host and n hostess, in Shakespearean costumes, ami also two Jesters running through the dining room between courses. The table! were ela- borately decorated in red and white, the centrepiece of each table being formed by a chafing dish, surrounded by candles, into which all butler, .-.agar, and other tangible seasonings were put when Miss Kgglenton was not looking. After supper, while the Virginia p'cl Was being enjoyed by all, miff voices we.v heard outside. However surprising it may seem, the naughty "ruts" went, mid who should it, bo but one of the "(rate." We will leave the dosing soeno to our reader's imagination. Certain.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
JOHN MARSHALL CLUB IS IN THE LEAD. THE SHOWING MADE BY THESE MEN SHOULD ACT AS A SPUR TO OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

JOHN MARSHALL CLUB IS IN THE LEAD.

THE SHOWING MADE BY THESE MEN SHOULD ACT AS A SPUR TO OTHERS.

Thai the class averages of men from the John Marshall High School have been, almost without exception, In li and especially commendable, him been known for a loiir lime at liichinond College, and has been cuinuiculod on at various tiuiCH iih an incentive to those hw. vigilant. This li:in been I be general case since the first John Marshall man wandered out to Lnmlmrdy street, in days gone by, and entered the bails of Richmond College, that are no more of themselves, but an' commemorated in the present greater institution. With such records behind them, the former Mnrslinllit.es now in Bpiderdom could not allow the gisal work to cease. And so we tind them thirty-seven strong -oarrying 17.') classes in all during tb« term Just past. How well they worked is shown by an examination of the reports for the fall term, which reveals the fact that, of these 17:1 elniises, there wore H...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SOCIETIES HAVE NEW MEN IN CHARGE. ELECTION OF VERY COMPETENT MEN FOR THE PRESENT TERM. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

SOCIETIES HAVE NEW MEN IN CHARGE.

ELECTION OF VERY COMPETENT MEN FOR THE PRESENT TERM.

The election of ollieers for the ensuing preesDl term was held by the Philologhui and Mil Sigma Rho Literary Societies in their respective hulls on last Friday night. Tho lists of ollieers show that, both Societies have DMn Wie< in their choice, and have very eumpi-lent men in charge of (heir affaire for this second term The men elected were as follows: PIIII.OI.IIUIAN. President McDanel, Vie.. President Ellwanger. Secretary w. K. White, Treasurer T. Heasley. tensor Potent. Sorgeanl-ut -Arms Shumate. Hal! Debater Hill. Critic M. L. Combs. Hall Manager! Hunt, and Simpson. Mo SioMi Kilo. President Terrell. Vioo-President Hagby. Secretary -Goodo. Treasurer not elected. Chaplain Trainham Sergeaui at-Arnis Steusick. Critic -.Fatherly. Hall Manager—Groe.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MANY NEW MEN IN MYSTIC REALM. NUMEROUS "GOATS" PASS THROUGH MELTING POT BEFORE BENEDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

MANY NEW MEN IN MYSTIC REALM.

NUMEROUS "GOATS" PASS THROUGH MELTING POT BEFORE BENEDICTION.

'. During the most of last week, ami a 1 part of this week, the wclliin lias been ringing and resounding to the wiord. { mystic, and mysterious sounds uniuis- takeble, while thmiigh the shadows there has conic oil ion I repeated Hie cry ol "Goal!" The fraternities have jusl passed through the mitiiilion nasoni and now all is quiet along the Potomac, while a great number of men are, speaking proverbially, "taking their meals from tho mantelpiece." The Kappa Alpha fraternity held their initiation the week prior to the opening of College, during their convention in Richmond. The other six held I heir celebrations within the liv.l lon days. BeloW is given Ihc list of initiates, with their respective "frills."; Phi Gamma Delta Whillct, Abli- worth, Whitlock. Rueker, Binford, Win- free, Wat kins. Initiation Friday and Saturday, January 7th and Nth. Sigma I'hi Epsilon Siinford, liowman, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
LECTURE TO-DAY IN THE THOMAS COURSE. "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" SUFFERS ANOTHER POSTPONEMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

LECTURE TO-DAY IN THE THOMAS COURSE.

"YOU NEVER CAN TELL" SUFFERS ANOTHER POSTPONEMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY 21st.

Ah has been announced, Dr. l.omiiv will lecture hero this afternoon on "Some Types of the American Ballad." This lecture comes under the SOUTSS provided for in the Thomas Foundation, and is free to students and their friends. The lecture will be held m the auditorium ai i no p. m For reasons in this connection, the play, "Yon Never Can Tell," scheduled for to-night, will be postponed until Friday next, when it will appear, without fail. The previous postponement, from December Kith to January 14th, WBS very necessary on account of lack of preparation by tho caste, and this last change of dote will only add to the preparedness and fitness of the company to assure a good production,,

"Uing" Bingham, brother of Dr. Bingham, of the chemistry Department in past years, was among the very pleasant visitors tO College last week. "Uing" will be remembered by a large ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOLDS MEETING. HONORS AWARDED TO ATHLETES OF WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOLDS MEETING.

HONORS AWARDED TO ATHLETES OF WESTHAMPTON COLLEGE.

On the Tuesday morning before the holidays the chapel period >,l West- hampton was turned over to the Athletic Association, with President WaUarstetO presiding After a brief reswne of the first term's work, and a survey of (he schedule for the following lerin, I he President awarded the various honors First, a lellcr was given Helen Hancock, winner of the tennis championship, and then I hose of the hockey players who made Varsity were presented their letters. These awards wore made on I he ground of practice attendance as well an efficient hold Work, and were received by the following. K. Anderson, K. Itiiinil, X, Hrockenbrough, K. Gardner, V, ./ones, J. Phillips, M. I'orler, and V. Smith. \e\t were the substitutes for forwerdi Walton and Wallerntein; fur half-back, Matthews, and fnr full-back, Kdmoiids. President Wallersloin gave the chair to Captain Muml, of the "Evans/ 1 who gave...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

WESTHAMPTON NOTES.

Miss Helen Duntoti, of Randolph- Macon College, was the guest of Miss Catherine Nottingham last week. Miss Carrie Berkeley, of Richmond, was the guest of Miss Frances Woodson Friday night. Misses Hester Tichenor, Louise Loving, and Virginia BUndlok are m the infirmary with Is grippe.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
CLUB ORGANIZATIONS AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

CLUB ORGANIZATIONS AT WESTHAMPTON.

Shortly before Christmas a comimllce was appointed by the President of the Btudenl Qovernment to formulate a plan lor the organization of the following clubs! English club, Dramatis Club, French Club, German Club, Current Events Club. These six clubs, Including the \lu ifl Club, iiheady organized mid follow- ing a definite lino of study, are, in a inoa- sure, a departure from the customary "supplementary work" of college life. That is to say, lite object of these clulw Is in no way to displace the regular work of the College curriculum, or to take away necessary time from any department; it is solely to furnish an opening through which the girls may follow, in n more detailed and intensive way, some special line of work in which they are particularly interested, or in which they want to

became more interested OT more iiil'nniied, In brief, these ciiiiw Imve effected their organizations and chosen ollicem for thH work of this year. The n...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
A VERY GRACIOUS GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

A VERY GRACIOUS GIFT.

The members of tho Y. M. c. A, com- mittee in charge of the Sunday afloninoii services held at the City Home desire to express their appreciation of (he liberal response mod* by the student body and faculty when (hey were invited to make free-will offerings to establish a fund for providing it ('hristtnas gill for each imiiiile Hoalicing (.hat, the unfortunate inmates of the City Home lacked that Christmas joy which comes of uiving mid receiving gifts, the ci oittee conceived the idea of attempting to till that void, in some small degree nl least, with pleasure. It was thought that mil less Hum lillccn dollars would be raised by making n canvass of the students, soliciting con- tributions to this fund, Having adopted this plan, almost, all of (he students living on the campus, some of those residing in Hie city, and some members of the Faculty were approached in (lie interest of this fund by men designated to do the solicit- ing. The result was even more ...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
DESERVE MUCH PRAISE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

DESERVE MUCH PRAISE.

In another column we publish n synop- sis of some of I he work done I he Inst term by the John Marshall ( lub. This is not done through tiny sense of prejudice whatever, but is merely meant to show the high standard of work being ,lone by these men, nnil with the hope that some of the other organisations may profit by such distinguished example, This Club is a real, live body they net! A regular set of active ollieers keep in touch with nibiiis matters ore attended to in a business-like way, mid they get results. Lei tin) other clubs gel on the job- John Marshall seems to have issued n challenge. Pick up the gnuiitlcl!

Mr. A. li. Long, of Lynchburg, un alumnUS and trustee of this College, was ii visitor bore one day Inst wook.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
SMALL CROWD HEARS SPLENDID LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

SMALL CROWD HEARS SPLENDID LECTURE.

Extremely cold woathei and other dis- tracting Influences prevented ii IftTgO attendance upon the lecture (n the audi* torium, on losl Saturday night, by Mr, C. D. Williamson, ol the Department of Public lust reel ton. 'I'luihe who were absent, missed n decided treat in thi v>'i) interesting and instructive picture of the life and activity in and about the Grand Canyon of Colorado. The wldresti was illustrated by a large ooniation df lantern Slides of the highest, order, niiide from j pictures taken by Mr. Williamson himself [in his travels and study of this great I region. ! Hetold ofibc Hfb of the partly olvillsed I Indians in those remote parts of Arizona and Colorado, where the long arm of j modern industry lins not yet readied; (be I Croat Painted Desert, the beautiful coloring of whose gigantic rooks mid (heir wonderful structure serving as inspiration to artists and builders. 'I'lio address w#j given under Government supervision, a...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
THE OLD SORE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

THE OLD SORE.

Again we must turn to Die subject llial is ever with uf, when all others tuny chance 1,, f.iil the telephone. II is difficult t<i understand why a big body of men will be eontenl to suffer grcal in- convenience when the cause could lie ~o easily removed If some man mil rise up from the multitude and assume the Initiative. There should be n 'phone in the dormitories. That statement has become bromidio, and sounds almost like sparable, Who will pni the winning atop forward? Some linn- this lack of nun- munication adequate communication with Hie outside world is going to cause somebody great trouble, perhaps grant sorrow, unless it iN remedied. Tho 'phono that wits placed in Dormitory 2 would be there still if the men who had sub- scribed to its support had peid tholr dues, Wity not see if we can't arouse n lit He "pep* as in the good old days'.' Some- body get behind it, mid it can be very conveniently iirrintgod. Mere's a solution! Some man liud <wt the fuel...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
A PLEA FOR THE Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

A PLEA FOR THE Y. M. C. A.

The Young Men's Christian Associa- tion Is worthy of and deserves the hearty BUPpOrl and ro-opernl ion of every person cotmocled with Uichiniind College. It, is the one comprehensive Hliidcnl religious Organisation that ministers to Hie life ! of Ibe College, and strives lo elevate Ihc morals mid promote the religious growth of the students. It stands for all thai is highest and best, in college life, ll Standi for clean thoughts, clean acts, clean talk, clean athletics in short, clean men. It stands for aggressive Christian work by ami for | students, it offers Interesting and helpful services BVtey Thursday evening. It oonductl voluntary ooursoH in Bible and mission sillily, and gives an Opportunity for gTOWtfa by serving at the various mission slat ions maintained in Richmond on opportunity for men to identify them* selves with ol hers, and carry the message of g I cheer lo those who are in need. ll wants to help every man in College to live the s...

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
GRIP HAS HIT US. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

GRIP HAS HIT US.

The epidemic of la grippe, which has been'abroad over His country for some weeks, has found Its way to rtlohn I College in » mild degree, and has caused milch inconvenience i,, ) t number of men. Nick Carter and Hafts Douglitio, l-riiii- DOCk, tlderson, and Othon have been laid up Willi slight at lacks of I he malady, bill no serious cases linve been reported.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
MEETING OF TRUSTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

MEETING OF TRUSTEES.

An event of much importance Is the semi-annual meeting of the Hoard of I Trustees of Richmond College, to bo bold on I'cbiiinry 3d. lion. ,). Taylor bill: on, prominent in the mcc for Governor of Virginia, is President of the Board, and Mr. it. Uest Tsbb, Treasurerof the Col- lege, is Secretary. Much business of vital importance is scheduled for this meeting.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
HISTORICAL PAPERS REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

HISTORICAL PAPERS REVIEWED.

Tin RiehmondCoUegi UUlprtoal Papprt, I the publication edited i, v Dr. Anderson, is gaining touch popularity In sobolarly circles, and is fast becoiniug very widely known. J'As Pemtylmnia Magatim »/ Hitlory mill Biography for tins quarter contains a very flattering comment on these papers, mid [a only one of a incut number thai Inive been received here since (lie publication of this magazine was begun by lite history depart meat here.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
"CIVIC PREPAREDNESS." [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

"CIVIC PREPAREDNESS."

Dr. Anderson will ipaok W tteM Point on tho 21st of this month, on the subject of "Civic Prapareduess," The city cbar j for controversy, in which Dr \ndu on has boon one of the unci proiiitnent ligutcs, ! is still being agitated, and the fudvooab- -6f the new system arc anxious tn have the present Legislature puss a lawgiving the people of Hiclnuond the privilege of sleeting seven nun tn ,|r a ft the charter, Dr. Anderson is, ol course, vitally con- nected with this movement, ami will figure largely in any eoitrse (hat is taken.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
PROMINENT MAN TO BE HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916

PROMINENT MAN TO BE HERE.

Dr. Robert SI unit McArlliur, of Bos- ton, Mass., Prtsldenl of the Baptist World Alliance, and „ue of the most proinineiit and distinguished Baptists in Ibis coituln, will address the students jof Richmond and Wcsthnmplon Colleges in Ibeniidiloriuui, at ll;ll(l A. M , Thins- day, January fefth. Dr. MoArthur is » very prominent minister, not only in ibis | Country, but abroad also, where he has traveled extensively in Connection wilh the Alliance, which has one of its two branches in London, lie is hailed throughoul tin.- eouutrj as a very at- tractive speaker, and bis lecture promises much of interest.

Publication Title: Richmond Collegian
Source: University of Richmond
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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