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RICHMOND COLLEGE MAN IN BIG WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE MAN IN BIG WORK.
Mr. (). U. Hinnanl, who is Still remem- bered here, la now connected with the v. M. c. A -it Wilmington, N, c, in (he capacity of saoretorj of tin' City Hoys' Work. This is a new organisation in the Association, and I his blanch is the first instituted in the South anil the fourth in Ibi' I 'niledSlates. It is gratifying to loam tbiii Richmond Collage men are be- coming prominently connected with such noteworthy Institutions,
FOUND AN HONEST MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
FOUND AN HONEST MAN.
One day old hal hot Diogenes,, equipped Jwitb the Name dinkey little Un-lantern, and with the ssuhmubo tmdiminished vigor and patience, orepl out of his ! crumped barrel, and set on! again on his world-wide search for his ideal an ho I man | For many iiionlhn he wiindorod line and there, without oven a faint hope of ■uerr,..,, until then floated to his ears ! a rumor, Kiirprising as it was true, that at Richmond College (here abounded in [refulgent exuberance that sparsely dis- tributed virtue honesty, Straightway, with renewed courage and strength, the old Bather sol out for Richmond College. On reaching Richmond he Immediately sent ahead an uunouncemenl that all candidates desiring to compete in tn bonostj contest should assemble in Chapel and awail Ins appearance,
Whether'"' > M] Mol the students (c*« oepl Dewling) were busy studying or visiting at Weethampton College, the resull remained the same, for only three lerstwhile "honest men" were on...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
j The speech delivered by Dr. Boat- wright, on Novembei 80th, m the Faculty led me courno, is now out in pamphlet, form, and is being distributed, The | lecture Is n Ircnlis i "The Out look for the Denominational College." Wilbur Rylntid, who was detained at h< after the. opening of College Ibis term, on .nvouni of the death of bin father, will not ret urn lo College Ibis session, as was reported, but will remain »t home until next year.
IN THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
IN THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE.
Japan Can play any position, and i makes all the nianngers nervous. bus in \ big fellow, bill soslowhehns io make s h rla order to get to Bait, Belgium The innocent spectator who Was bit wilh a foul ball. Turkey A pitcher who looked easy, but who is milking a lot of trouble, Uncle Sam The man who owns the pop, peanut, and refreshment privilege. ttai Correspondents The men who can't get Into the press stand beeouee the nianngers have given till the scats to their friends. C ia The manager with loads of eub- ititfjtes, but 100 few regular players,— H'u//,r Camp, 111 CoJtiVi \v,My.
\ girl of sixteen is as much to bo feared OS o if twenty-one. What, she lacks of expcricn. •• she makes up in enthusiasm.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
The Richmond College and Westhainpton College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Subscription, $1.25 Per Year, in Advance. Single Copies, 5 Cents. Office: Room A-15, Dormitory 2. EMTOKIAI. HOARD. J. A. I.UHI.IIs, J it., - - Kiirroii-iNCniMif BSTuJIM KEMPER, I Awhstan* BaVb BATTBRriBLD, I Kdjto*»-ih-Cbi»» HllfilK 111.AMI, ) FVAN CIIKSIKItMAN, Assocum BniTOIII ISAAC 1)1(11 JN, J MANAGEMENT. I. W, roIUC, - - BttSUfIMS Maihaokii lOl.KANiili ciiI'KNHAVKU,] P. <; PKRDUK, . ~, ~„u ~„„„ X W. MllluS, Alwr - WS.MSM 11. 0, WY.VI'T, J All Imiilncsn liuitteis should bo nddroined to Hie liuulnimu Mumißor. Allothur matturn uliould oomo to tho Kilitor-ln-Chlof. Wo ulinll bo pleased to Imndlo liny sltidtntii' cominiinlciitioiiN will, due cuiinldrintioii. All uii- algnud corroitptmdencn wilt not ho publfalitd. KnUired v uKond-olua msttn Novtmbw S.idumii ib,.|'<,ni om.. mi KidinioniiOiiit.-m., Vs., Miliar ilia Act oiConim»»ot Miiit), it, JKilt. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1916,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
STUDENTS! To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup MADK »V Alias Specialty Co., RICHMOND, VA. Sail lllisi liliiitl THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. Franklin and Adams Streets. SERVICES: 0:30 A.M.-Bible School. 11 A. M. and 8 P. M.-Regular Worship, BP. M. -Wednesday Prayer and Praise Service. GL4H.L DENOON Real Estate and Loans, 807 E. Main Stroet, RICHMOND, VA,
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegian " is Interested in making Richmond College a stronger and better College. Much of this great task belongs to Trustees, Faculty, and Alumni, hut a large part properly falls to the students of this session. The public does not yet realize the possibilities of our now location, nor the excellent beginning that has been made already. The public believes the College is rich, and does not at all appreciate our need for more buildings, for larger endowment, for more scholarships. Perhaps you are enioylng 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 oxtend its benefits, but wish, at. the same time, to Improve the quality of the advantages offered to students. The public accepts the studentß as representatives of the College. Coin- meud th...
KRAZY KRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
As it It PoKit, "Well, I mielc $2,000,00 this month, nomr.h to pay all in.v dcblH." "Whftl kind of car are yon going lo buy with it?" llor/m's. I \ m'l'iiielurn. Auctioneer (at art stile, reproachfully): •■What! No advance on three shillings! Why, the picture by iteslf is worth that!" I Pnndh, o Sunday Golfer: "flomethlnghaspul me off my game, this illuming, caddie," "It's Iheni oluiroleliells, mister; they hadn't DUghl to be allowed." Life. "Why do you keep buying loltery- tiokets? Yon seldom or never win s prize." -Why do you keep buying canta- loupes?" LoitUvUU Counee-Jounuil. A II win Shot. I.ady iin Idiuluit garden); "We always ] k.-ep the boss ready In esse of* Zeppelin raid." \ i.-iior: "But nurely, my dear, it would never reach them it the height they By?" Punch. Wiikiii; THH OOUB I'aii.kh. A young imly who lisped very badly wnj treated by a Bpeolatlai, nnd learned to say the sentence: "Sister Susie's Sewing Shuts for Soldiers." She repented it lo her fri...
COLLEGE QUIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
This Is told on UO.finjsad. Wedonol vouch for ii, but merely repeal it a* told tv tin. Hi' wiih Hill inn in ii rather secluded spiii with n oertain young lady (name omitted) when aha remarked: "isn't it strange i luti i lir li'iitfili of » man's arm la aqua] to the oiroumfeienae of a girl's waist?" Our friend calmly replied, " i.its gal ii string and see." One of the students of the College called upon bis lady love the other nighl (names nf parties nol given, by request), and, an usual, bad iv wail some time for her. To pass the time away, he placed her little brother, aged nix. upon his knee, 11 in nuilili'ss entered, and, notiplng said ar- rangement, said: "Willie, bow dare you si| there; gel down iimui'ilinii'ly!" "l won't," said the tittle fellow, 'I not here first." Dr. Sli'Wart, in 1 i.ii'-h I. Class: "Mr. Boyd, wiiat tin you oall a man who runt mi automobile?" Boyd: "it depends upon how close be comes to hitting me, Doctor." Dr. Eokenrode: "Mr.Omohundro,...
SHOW-DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
Teaohwi "What lessons do we learn from tliu attack on the Dardanelles?" Prise Scholar! "That a itrall beats three kings, dad says." Subseriberi "Why dda'l you have more good jokes In your paper?" Editor; "Well, you see er we have a Imly compositor in the printing room jn.t now." Illinois Siren.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
NOTICE. A spools! shell Is baing arranged is the libnvrj for the collection and distribution of literature ol any kind pertaining t<> dramatics, with the Impe of arousing more Intereal in thai arl here i» Collage. Any our \\)») iiiny rutin 1 into I.lilt poßHi's- ijon n( any literature of this rorl is re» gui ited to make whatever donation! he will toward this collection. Bee Professor Handy if jrpu have anything of thin kind on linnil, and your contributions will be greaUy appreciated, ACTIONS vs. WORDS. Ho took he* liitie hand in bis. Ami sissed her finger tips; Sin- never laid 11 single word fust pointed to bar lips, -Ex.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
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Coach Dobson ABOUT ALL KINDS OF Athletic Wear and Equip-! merit for Men and Women i Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, j Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bltbtng Suits, Skates, Etc. Every 'Varsity Tonni at Richmond College || outfitted by A. G. Simldhu.i & 8r05.,; which firm Coach lies been representing for ton yonrs. Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line j in the South. Sheet Music. Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., I 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only Ono-Prlcc Pltino House In Virginia, | Religious Herald, RICHMOND, VA. 1222 Mutual Building. OIUIAN OK VlltlllMA BAITIBTB, Subscription, $2.00 v Year. It stands In tho tild paths, but does not stand j XIII. It also walks tltoreln. SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR I THE COLLEGE SESSION. | ■ "" ' '""""'■ i Commercial Photograph Co....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 14 January 1916
m Student Shop. HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread AmeriGaß Bread & Baking Cg. S^sfiftLESKl"™ 1 ™! Si Main ml —. - M 3 K«»t. I LtlgUh St. jJE 8l»x Brond S " "*V| 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. Shot Repairing Shop. ivi. Kosm, flbeicbant bailor Suits and Pants Made to Order Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. 2138 W. Broad Street, RICHMOND. VA. A. P. Gentry, 'Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," "Emblem," "Dayton," "Crescent,""Ardmere Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles, ' Bicycles for Hire. Open Sundays. I j 508 WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. POLLARD & BfIOBY, IReal Estate I RENTS. LOANS. SALES
DRAMATIC CLUB ON THE BOARDS TO-NIGHT. AFTER LONG PREPARATION, "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" APPEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
DRAMATIC CLUB ON THE BOARDS TO-NIGHT.
AFTER LONG PREPARATION, "YOU NEVER CAN TELL" APPEARS.
To-iiiiilit will be i la' one big ninlii of i In' year) After many difficulties, which merely evidence tbagreal care and patae> iiikiiin thai has iii'i'ti ttsi'il in trying to make the production supreme in its class, "You Never Can Tell" will appeal in tlis College auditorium to-uigbtl All tlir necessary details have nol only been attended to, bul have been ho arranged an in promise the treal of your life In this winy, humorous, attractive play, which has been pronouncod one u( tin* best and most original aver written by the greal playwright, George Bernard Bhaw Nni merely the performance of the I'liaii'iif experienced players the has! thai I'oulil be pinked from the whole studenl body is offered in attract, bul other thing*) ai" in '•'"•" The management lihh iii'i'it very fortunate In being able to secure s well-known orchestra from Richmond, which will prove a feature of iin...
NEW STAFF OF MESSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
NEW STAFF OF MESSENGER.
The stall of editon in charge of the 1918 Vi MtWngtr was elected last ; week, by the joint action of the two Litortiry Societies. The Mil Sinma liho Society has llie control for ncxl your, I alicrn.'ilinn with the other Society. Tin' men elected arc as follows: Kditor-in-t'lucl' 1.. M l.alnne. ,v lmiii i .diiuinot duct Isaac Dinns, Jr. Associate I'.ditors Mv Sigma Rhol f. .1. PoX, S. 11. Cellmiin, ti. I. Ste.ith. I'hitohaonn: M. 1,. CombS, 11. D. An- derson. These men Will lake charge at the beglnn hk <>( next Melon,
CLASS OF '15 AGAIN HAS BIRTHDAY. SPIRIT OF LOYALTY MANIFESTS ITSELF IN GLAD REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
CLASS OF '15 AGAIN HAS BIRTHDAY.
SPIRIT OF LOYALTY MANIFESTS ITSELF IN GLAD REUNION.
i Thai the class of '15, Weathampton College, is still holding together flrmlj in all tin' bonds, was strongly evidenced by an ovi'iii which took place on tho evening ol January 6th, On thai oooa- siiim the home of Miss Oelestc Anderson, in (iinti'f Park, was tlio toanc of h ni- iiiiinii, iii which time the lull membership oi' ilio class, less two, came together to celebrate again their class birthday, Twelfth Night, (The "ruts" a! Wwi- i liwnpton wen lebmting too, but their clay was bequeathed them by the 15 I I'llUM.) lii ngular costume, the cine loynlx sni down io a sumptuous banquet, and, amid ilm groans of the heavily-laden j table, and the running oheers and toasl . 11„• spirit of '16 rosr even higher, and the air was as full of loyalty as In the days when they were back in College, j Tin- rrvi'lry hutted even itilo Hie wit siiia' hours, during which time various ceremonies were pe...
PROF. LOMAX DELIGHTS BIG AUDIENCE. SINGS SONGS OF COWBOY, AND TELLS HOW BALLADS SPRUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
PROF. LOMAX DELIGHTS BIG AUDIENCE.
SINGS SONGS OF COWBOY, AND TELLS HOW BALLADS SPRUNG.
Seldom has n Richmond College audience lieen more highly entci tinned I him was the targe crowd which heard Professor Lonuu here on last Friday morning and aftorooon. IliHiirsi lecture, to which was devoled I lie eltapel period anil the chiss period following, eniliiined tins learned gentleman's ooUsotlon nnd knowledge of the ballads of the cowboys m> the Western plains. His own ex- perience ami early life on a ranch m the "■real ealtle country nave liim a lirtit- imnd knowledge of the cowboy life, and wuh responsible lor the interesl which prompted him In beginning hi* study of this unique form of literature. He explained, in mi Interesting way, llie peculiar manner in which his work had been carried on; the difficult* and, in must cases, the impossibility of finding llie authors of these ipiaint poems ami BOnge; the nature and cliainelerisl ies of tin* OOWboy and lite on I he ran...
SPIDER PENNANTCHASERS TAKE TRIP. LEAVE TUESDAY MORNING WILL RETURN SUNDAY SECOND STRING HAS CLEAN RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
SPIDER PENNANTCHASERS TAKE TRIP.
LEAVE TUESDAY MORNING WILL RETURN SUNDAY SECOND STRING HAS CLEAN RECORD.
Tuesday morning Manager Lawrence left with his Hi|inuliif hopefuls on a (ivi- day i rip, playing as many games They play the Cardinal Athletic Club M Lynch* latrn Tuesday; University of Virginia, Wednesdayi Staunton Military Aoadetny, ' Thursday; Washington and Lse, Friday, and V. M. I, Saturday, They will return Sunday, and get themselves In trim for the Bret championship name ~f the season, on the following Friday night, with Iliiliipili'n-Siilnev, here. Thorn* taking the Irip hit ('oaeli Dulison, Maunder Lawrence, Cu\, "Mac" Cosliy, Mitchell, Sail.'ilielil, Wooil, Kirhy, I'olf, l.yn i looby, mid Tyson. The hi nil learn, Ihus far, hun a r.leiin record to ith credit, having played four games with the amatoiir teams of ilm Richmond Federation, ami having won I each liy a decisive •core. Second Kuir- numiit was overwhelmed by the one* lldod score of f>7 lo 17, whil...
MUSIC CLUBS ARE MAKING PROGRESS. WILL BE READY WITH THE GOODS WHEN SEASON OPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
MUSIC CLUBS ARE MAKING PROGRESS.
WILL BE READY WITH THE GOODS WHEN SEASON OPENS.
The (lice ("lull and Mandolin Cltlb arc putting in much tinie uctlhiK in shape for th iming season, The program to be arranged this year will consist of n shulilly heavier cliuraclcr of music, oil the whole, and will Include some addi- i tonal features of interest, The Mandolin Club is larger than in past years, but, u« yet. lii tie idea has heen olituined BX to the nature of the lOasOn'S Work. Mr, Vanlandinnhiiin Is in charge of directing the chorus, and will render valuable assistance in other ways, A I number of old members reported for . practlCO this year, lull n good inuiiy (jnps ill the rank* were Idled liy new nialeiial, which, however, is proving very snlis- factory, nnd the work of the Cluh is laid to i,c progressing rapidly. Those who nro now rehearsing with tho Club swi First Tenors Duulord, 1,. Cosby, Ry- liiuil; Second Tenors Crossley, M. Cosby, MeDanel, Leslie; hirst lla.ss St...