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ATTENTION CALLED TO IMPORTANT MATTERS. "ONE INTERESTED" URGES ADOPTION OF NEW PLANS OF ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
ATTENTION CALLED TO IMPORTANT MATTERS.
"ONE INTERESTED" URGES ADOPTION OF NEW PLANS OF ACTION.
K'Hinr Hieiimoml ColUfhm, Wttthatnptm: Sir, May I ask for a lit lie space in your Valuable columns to present two matters which are of supreme importance lo the utiiiicni bodies of our institution? The lirst in closely connected will, the present status ami development of Tin; c.oi.i.kiua.n; the second is ooncerned | with a subject that has been discussed by various persons, bul al this date „i' writing in, definite steps of progress have hen, made by any one Interested, for several wed,.-, i have been hoping ami expecting some one else would call attention in the points which l shall hereafter sal forth) ami, truly, I should greatly prefer the expository itatomenti In come from another source. Yet, apparently, every one is lliinkiitK, "Lot Qeorge do ii!" and, Inasmuch as all the "George's" are busy folk, I suppose the task devolves Upon R Henry. (If you wish a thing ihme, do i...
A CALL TO ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
A CALL TO ARMS.
Those who heard Professor Handy in chapel, on Tuesday, will appreciate the position in which Ihe Dramatic Chili finds itself al present, The expense attached to the production of "You Never Can Tell" to-night is gnat, nod there is no source of revenue except from (lie sale of tickets, d'his leaves Ihe I matter of support ami loyally lo you and your friends, In do with il as, you may. We do nol think that Ihe men til liichniond College will he called on for \ a good cause and fail In respond, and we expect I usee I he auditorium tilled I n-nkdil. Thai you will gel your money** worth from Ihe play is assured, On (he other hand, there is something on hand after Ihe play that will prove interesting and: enjoyable to many of you. The meinhers of t.iic Dramatic Chih | have worked faithfully and long lo make | litis a tucdsssful affair, and thereby to] raise the Standing of tin* College just \ that much ill the estimation of I hose wit ll i whom W* may come in conlacl...
CHICKEN-POX IS HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
CHICKEN-POX IS HERE.
Of tho many ailments lo which n good many of our number haw hern heir to, dhlCken-pox ha* heen reported for the first lime as assorting its presence and force among U*. The »ÜbJSct of this unique affliction is ,(„<■ Wills, lie *yoke upon las! Tuesday to fittd Hint I he aspect of thing* had ohanged materially, and is now confined to his room with this none- too-amusing companion. We hope tie may so,in he able to lake his place 11111011*- the free again.
A T\w;t,v|.'.-| i|.;rc. ol'chcsl in wilt piny-- you can't afford lo miss «ood music.
GET THE SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
GET THE SPIRIT.
When tlie hnskel-hnll loam left lust Tdeidaj for fresh lields mid paslures ; Daw, lo battle for the lied and Blue honors, possibly a half dosen men were (here to hiil them luck and good cheer. This was had. We recall, upon such occasions and under such Conditions, the days of yore "the good old day*" when we did not tlßglcol such mailers ns Ihi'se. When n learn went away we were all there lo wish them (ind-speed anil n victorious return, and (hey lel'f m ali I lie good spirits winch (he team this week may have fell the wanl of, Dmi'l lei the old "pep" die and he laid low in an in- !
glorious grave, .At, tho team's hist praeliec, on Monda*, four men were present lo cheer on their efforts and give encouriiKcincut. Don't lei i liis happen again, Ii la had for the system, and makes its all ashamed. When i hey return we wall show them that every- thing is as it should he we will all spend a pari of our lime in the gymnasium, with an occasional word and a pal o...
COTILLON CLUB RE-OPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
COTILLON CLUB RE-OPENS.
The Richmond College Cotillon Club affected a reorganisation last week, and Us aotlvitles in the social world will miuu he renewed. The membership in tin* chili has heen raised lo thirty-five, only twelve from the old club being new ill Collage, The dale of llie first dance of tlie season has not heen announced, hut we understand will he given within the nOXI week or so. The place for holding the dances lias not heen definitely decided upon, hut. the tiiett iii charge of affair* will arrange i ha same sit her at t he ('mint ry (dill, oral I he .lelTelson Hotel.
MISS RYLAND BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
MISS RYLAND BACK.
The most pleasant event of the year j which it has heen our privilege to chronicle 'is Ihe return lo College of Mi* llvhoul, ! the Librarian. Qf all those interested in j the students' welfare the niosl KaolotU, | and of nil helpers the most eager and will- ! iiiß, her ahsence from College was felt | mure keenly, possihly, than anything else that could have happened to tin. Shortly after the holidays began her nerves began ploying tricks with her, and for several weeks she was confined In her room. Itul, (his week she has been restored, and all is well again, There is an element in I he human make- up which impels men lo lake, as v matter of course, the many kindly nels and help- ful I urns bestowed by SUCb people an Mihh Rylaml, and we fail, often, lo nice them (heir full valuation and appreciation until they are Maidenly rcniowil. We know how it leols lo know llmt she is nol here, unit we sincerely hope it will never happen again.
WILL ENTERTAIN LEGISLATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
WILL ENTERTAIN LEGISLATORS.
Tonight Dr. Boatwrighl will give a re- union banquet at, Wetrthampton College In Ihe member* of the Legislature now in session who arc Richmond Coilegl idimini. It will lie rcmcmliered that a good part of il,e membership of both bouses is made up of men who once at I ended this College, mid to-nlght they will come together at I this informal recaption. After the supper they will at I end the piny, "You Never Can Tell," here in Ihe aildiloriuin, g* llie guests of Hie College,
RICHMOND COLLEGE PROHIBITION LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE PROHIBITION LEAGUE.
' On Monday of this week ihe Richmond Collage chapter of the Intercollegiate Prohibition leejpif held a meeting for the purpose of perfecting an organisation and laying plays for the oratorical con- tests to hike place in the spriiiß, d'hc ofliecrs chosen for this year are: President, IS, w. Miller:,societal\ and Treasurer, V. l„ Alhert li will he remembered thai El W. Miller wmi Ihe local contest he-l war, ami went lo Koimoke, where he won first place in the State oontesl Mr. .Miller then represented Virginia in ihe inter-Stale contest al Kiinwdlo. ~nd, if he had won In .1 place there, would have been a oontestanl fur national honors. A number of budding orators have already signified their uilention to com- pete in the local try-OUte, lo he held in April, shout tWO week,, after the term examinations. The oration* are to he original, and must contain not over fifteen hundred words,
The membership of the League should he douldcii. al ...
MR. BEASLEY BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
MR. BEASLEY BETTER.
We are very uhid to reporl (hat d'itus Hcadcy is now on Ihe road to a rapid recovery. Some several days lie was strioken With a severe cold and other Symptom* of pneumonia, which were the cause of grave conceit, and much four was entertained v to hi* condition, However, Ihe ready services of Dr. Pitt brought him successfully llirouull Ihe crisis, and he is now convalescing nicely.
BASKET-BALL MANAGERS ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
BASKET-BALL MANAGERS ELECTED.
The Junior, Sophomore, and Kreslimaii olasees have Instituted proceedings leading up lo Ihe formation of a hasket-hall league between the classes, by sleeting managers (or their respective teams, Th.' Senior Class has nol elected their man as vet, hut this will he done soon. The men elected werei Junior, Hill Monta- Rite; Sophomore, d'yson; Kresluiian, Knight.
VICTIMS OF GRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
VICTIMS OF GRIP.
In the Inst issue we were unable, to give a complete list of those who were paying the penalty lo grip, and some others have heen ridded since that time. Durham was confined to bis room for several days, as were also Willis, llranimck, Column, ami Coimeill. These men are mil now. \1 I. Coinhs is i|iiite sick with litis same malady, and ha* heen iii had for some time.
DELTA THETA PHI INITIATE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
DELTA THETA PHI INITIATE.
Delta Theta Phi, law fraternity, ini- tiated and introduced to its mystic circle three "nouls" Saturday. Snftorlield, Branson, and Dm d wen taken in. A huge crowd of alumni were out to see the fun ami lo greet their new-found brother*. "Yen," said Mr. Smith, "when I was in Paris I had an opportunity to buy either a Murillo or a Remlwaniil. I finally look the Rembrandt, and i hope I did not make a mistake." "Veil, as far as that c/,,c5," said Colicn, "any of them l'reneh machines is prettj good hill climbers."— Ex.
HIP-POCKET ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
Whiskey is that which nets (he Maine for everything which ought not he. it lis It incenlratel c sen if sulphuric .o-id and ipe •:„•, sold across marl-lc-lopped bars, by marble-topped har-tendcrs, to lnaihlc topped individuals, whose I hirst axeeeds then instlnot* of self-pp | tion. Soon alter the lifth COUrligUHJflUl has been stored away, the leaden sky is metamorphosed Into a glorious scintil- lating nitiss of brilliancy hie ami ihe streets seem pave I will, halloom. \ few more, ami the liiitliuncv assumes a luridnew, and the ersi while boon ooiri- panfon of hhss loM* all his ideas of up- rightnese ami itraightforwardnan in Ihe moiinlam- whisi.oy i- made wilh a , distillery, stealth, lion nil,., nnd nhilii* lo hit a revenue ollicer one lined cd and Sixty-three yards ill the dark of ihe moon. When under Ihe influence of wlm-key a man is very liable to break cvi ry known law of the universe txeepl the law of gravity, Some Imbiber* gel bnypy, som...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
MilNM* Anna Decker, Adelaide Wallon, I iilnl I'dizaheth Wftddfil arc mil of the infirmary, and Louise Lovhlg is much itn- : proved. Misses Edith Nehlelleand Mary Morn:. [spent the week-end in Petersburg Miss Mary Cla> was the week-end unci of Miss Maiiuiret James, on drove Ma**]*, Schwann and Stone, of London, look dinner ut Westhamploti Sundaj night, Misses Waddill and Blair visiled ihe Misses Starke, in Hiclunond, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Bartholomew returneil on Friday from Ohio, where she was "maid-of- honor" for a friend.
MODERN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
Our ( ieni'vicve walked up the street, The latest word in time's collection, Ami other maids the pawed to greet Pound their hearts filled Willi deep dejection, Yes, (I wove, M.iilicl,,/„,„,„/,•, Caused Hal In ho, friends („ rankle A clock above each instep showed, She wore a waloh upon her tuiklu. — Ejrchaiioe.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
The Richmond College and Wosthunipton , College Weekly. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Subscription, $1,25 Per Year, in Advance, Single Copied, fi Cents. Office: Room A-IS, Dormitory 2. EDITORIAL BOARD. J, A. 1.KH1.11',, J U-, - - I'liii'ioii-IN-Ciimif l*iTial.t: Kl'Ml'Kli, I AIMMHTAHT JIAVK NA l"l'l-',UKIl',l,ll, I KniToiiH-iN-C'iiiKK HUH)]'; ULAIH, ) KVAN I'tIKHTI'IIIMAN, AnocurH Kuitoh* IBAAC DIIUIH, J MANAGEMENT. P. W, FORE, - - Botinkw, Mana.ikii BLBANOH GOJMJWBAVffIR.) J '- Hi ''ift?US' a«ht nun Unas K. W. Mll.l.KU, rt "" r ' "»■•»»«*•' l|. I). WYATT, I All Iwihlucbk mutters aliould tin addressed to itie BeelasM MSMier. Another **Mtt#i»insiilo ! come lo the Ed)ior-lii-Clilo(. W» slmll bo pltiiHiul to liniiillii any student*' coniimuilcatloiiß with ilio; oiimlili'iiilluii. All mi- nlgned correspondinice will not lie piilillslied. Bptsrtd v «c ihli'lhki, msttfr Neymibsr li, 11(16,111. tin. I\mi!-< Mice tit ltlcliiiii)litl(.i>lltwi', V'li,, Under ilw Acl at Ooagtm uf Miircli 11, ...
COLLEGE QUIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
\nls Carter enter* n drug-store, rushes up in the druggist, mill say»i " Doctor, my linn In nil coming mil. ' 'nil yim give DA* < hing to keep ll in?" ■■Wrii, • replied the Doctor."***»'»*n old empty plll-bc* Will tlmi dot" The orchestra ni "Th* Birth of a Nation" its* rendering d p*rtleul*rly t iiiiv-uii o melody, when n oertaln young Kreshiiiiin observed longingly, "O**, 1 wish I BDuld play " Imrp." Sum Hill notodt in n d*ep, OMwolini buss, " B*gOOd| my boy, mill ynit niiiy." ii Nome on* naked Dewling for v definition Of tin* V'l'fy elusive term "l.nve," tv which li" replied, "My son, lov* ii An Itching of tin' heart you oan't scratch," Ah mi Biuunpl* of luprwns opttrolim, w* rite the following; Pur friond Albert was d rowing hurriedly for ohuroh Sunday, mul hud put Km n.llnr-liut tun In hi* mouth for * moraenti preparatory to arranging his shirt, By soma grave miahap or oilier, Ik* suffered Mm* shocU and swallowed tl»ti button, Whereupon lie calmly observe...
LITTLE JOHNNY AND THE DUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
LITTLE JOHNNY AND THE DUCK.
The ilurk is a low, heavy-set bird, nnd ii mighty poor singer, having a coarse voice, caused by getting too ninny frogs in bis throat. He liken llu- '.vuler, mul carries n toy biilloon in his Itomech to keep linn from sinking. The duck Ims only two legs, nnd they are set so fax back that they come pretty near uiiHsing bin body. Some duck*, whan they get olil, are called ilrakes, anil ilon't have to net or balrh. but just loaf unit go swimming, anil eat everything in sight. If 1 were to be n iluek, 1 would rather lie n drake. Their toes are est close together, but they have n wide bill; they uae it for a spado. They walk Ilka a drunken man, ami bounce and bump about from siile to side, if ynu scare them they will llap I heir wings mid try to make n puss at singing. Exchange.