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IF WE SHOULD ALL TELL THE TRUTH ! [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
IF WE SHOULD ALL TELL THE TRUTH !
I rjeeerved to Hunk it, mul hardly eXp*el In (U) iiiueli better thia lertti. ViiuVi' ii rotten .binrrr, Muwßo-and-So; 1 don't'nirc to iliinre with you any more. I know I lust the game. 1 don't under- stand why th* Coach ever put tut* in—l net WOlfa every day, How ibi yotl do, Ml** Blank. (Ice, but you look rotten! You used to be passably good-looking, bul uovv you're a fright I (lihkl morning, Doctor, 1 am sorry ynii ure buck. I WBJ in hopes you WOttU bi Kirk fur sonic litur
NO HIGHER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
Wife: "Everything is getting higher." Husband; "Oh, 1 don't know. Tline's your opinion of me, and my opinion ol you, ami the neighbor's opinion of imiti of us." Ex.
IIAHVAitn is doing tier best In scion' tho services of Christy Matlhewson as baee-ball Doach tnere next year. At yet, ehe lias been unable to make the necessary arratigcmctitrt.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
STUDENTS! To keep brain clear and muscle strong, eat less meat and more Silk Velvet Syrup MADB HY Atlas Specialty Co., RICHMOND, VA.
Second Baplist G hUFCb THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH. Franklin and Adams Streets. SERVICES: 9:30 A. M.-Bible School. 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. -Regular Worship. BP. M.-Wednesday Prayer and Praise Service. C. L. & H. L DENOON Real Estate and Loans, 807 E. Main Street, RICHMOND, VA USE THE The Quick Line Between the t;ast and West. Three Fast Trains Between Norfolk and Richmond. WARE & DUKE Printers and Publishers 'Phone, I: at am i|Ui 1801. 17 Governor Street, RICHMOND, VA. STUDENTS' CHURCH First Baptist Twelfth and Broad Sts. COLLEGE STUDENTS WELCOME Sunday-School, - 9:30 A.M. Preaching, 11 A. M. and BP. M. B. Y. P. U. - - - 7P, M. Homeier & Clark, HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AT MODERATE PRICES. Studio: 307 E. Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. Hotel Stumpf.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE. Every reader of the " Collegian " la Interested in making Richmond College a stronger and better College. Much of this great tusk belongs to Trustees, Faculty, j and Alumni, but a Urge p*rt properly falls to the students of this session. The I public does not yet realize the possibilities of our new location, nor the excellent | beginning that Inn. bison made already. The public behoves the College is rich, I and does not at all appreciate our need for more buildings, for larger endowment, 1 for more scholarships. Perh«*.p.- you are entoying the benefit of a scholarship. Let your acquaintances know whut 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 extend its benefits, but wish, at the same time, to improve the quality of the advantages offered to students. The public acceptß the students as representatives of the College. C...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
DIGGS h MOSELEY, GENERAL AGENTS. Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co. Nos. 604-5-6 Mutual Building, RICHMOND, VA. Insurance, $635,000,000.00, Assets, $155,000,000.00, SPECIAL AGENTS-L. W. EFFORD and FOSTER WITT.
*v— SEE. ***** Coach Dobson ABOUT ALL KINDS OF i Athletic Wear and Equip- ment for Men and Women Sweaters, Sport Coats, Caps, Tennis Goods, Golf Goods, Bathing Suits, Skates, Etc, Evory 'Varsity Tenm nt Richmond Collouo Is oiitmied by A. Q. Spoldhiu & Bros., which firm Coach has boon ronresei'tlnu lor ton yearn. Pianos Players. Largest and Most Complete Line in the South. Sheet Music. Musical Merchandise. Colonial Piano Corp., 205 E. BROAD STREET. Only One-Price Piano House In Virginia, j Religious HeraldJ RICHMOND, VA, 1222 Mutual Building. OittiAN of Virginia Baptists.j Subscription, $2.00 a Year. It stands In the old paths, but does nol Bland still. II also walks (heroin. 1 SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS FOR THE COLLEGE SESSION. j Commercial Photograph Co., j 720 E. MAIN S...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 21 January 1916
fiie Student Shop. "Ip HEADQUARTERS FOR ! ALL THINGS COLLEGIATE !Now-a-days it's Eatmor Bread American Bread & Balling Co. piCOOD FQff THE EYEB«| ■ TBES GALESKI"«i<:-icq-5 # M.in.ud . fc ~ nswm I LKittheH si. * raai siri,u * 1 Correct Engraving, Wedding Invitations, Announce- ments, Reception, At Home and i Visiting Cards, Crests, Mono- j grams, and Stationery. : : HUNTER & CO., Inc. 629 East Broad Street, RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA. j 'Phone, Randolph 2110, shoe Repairing Shop. M. ROSB, flbcrcbant bailor Suits and Pants Made to Order Shoes, Gents' Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, and Hand Bags. Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing. ; 208 W. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. A. P. Gentry, •Phone, Randolph 2031. "Eagle," "Emblem," "Dayton," "Crescent," M Ardmore Arch," "Aviator" Bicycles. Bicycles'for Hire. Open Sundays. 508 WEST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. POLLARD & BfIGBY, IReal Estate I RENTS. LOANS. SALES
BASKETEERS MAKE GOOD SHOWING ON TRIP. HARD PRACTICE THIS WEEK HAMPDEN-SIDNEY TO PLAY TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
BASKETEERS MAKE GOOD SHOWING ON TRIP.
HARD PRACTICE THIS WEEK HAMPDEN-SIDNEY TO PLAY TO-NIGHT.
Siiniluy night the hnnki'ldcd! ham roturoed from their trip, on which they played sum* of the strongeal quints in th* Stat*, Although the.V lent I'olir Old. of the live gam** played, still tfcsjy made an c\cc!lenl showing, B decided improve- nient inellanl year's records, In playing the ('animal Athletic Chili, of l.yiirh- Imrg, our fallows showed up especially well, hunt year thin teiun W** known S* the Lynchburg V. M. ('. A., and defeated Richmond College by mi approximate snore of so to 20. The acore Tuesday night, wa* cut m half, ami the Lynchburg corrospondonl of the 7Vm«»»W»»a*rfl Hays: "Clinch Dohson hiw turned out the bout, quint that ever represented Itieh- mnnd College, here." The game wan more interesting than the snore* 40 to 18 Indicates, Virginia's end of the Wore alno dumped at the name up there. 'I he Kcore ran close during practically all the find half, imi the...
SKIMMERS HAVE GREAT FUN ON ICE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
SKIMMERS HAVE GREAT FUN ON ICE.
Wednesday and Thursday of loel week were "red letter" days on tin- College calendar. The sever Id snap of thill week covered the lake Willi tWO or three ; Inches of ice, and tbose who .-iiv fond of ihe spoil were out m fcTCO Some were ; there before, during, mnl after hn-nkl'iel, and nil day, inovitig tin- scene of activities lo fresher spots ns the sun began to play havoc With Ihe ice in pltnes. Vi I ■'■ appeorahM for two days. Of course, all this had its very am lining side also, bill these things we decline In nieiilion. Al night, with the moon doing lis turn
to tin' best advantage, sad the sharp limn ol' tin' skato-runnor mingling with tlir voloee ami echoing across the pondi the book-weary youth would scarcely must the yearning, but, answering the .•nil of tha wilil, lie (as well as ihe) would grasp his 1 skates, and. In one wild dish, s&ter activities with » whoop. It Is said tlmi ihi'iv were some who prayed foroold weather, but,...
INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MEETS. RICHMOND COLLEGE GETS TRACK AND FIELD MEETS ALSO TENNIS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION MEETS.
RICHMOND COLLEGE GETS TRACK AND FIELD MEETS ALSO TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
The V'irginin Lntcrollegiate Athletic Association held their annual meeting Friday, January '-'isi, and, among other things, they decided thai the MV-gnllie foot-boll schedule would be retained for the year 1916. With only the support of ihe V. I', l. representative, we could noi gci the three-game schedule, as we desired. An intercollegiate track and I liehl ,l:iv was proposed, and Ivichniolid j College got the bid. II will be held 00 the stadium field on Ihe second Friday ill May, and participants from all the Colleges of our league will be present. The Intercollegiate tenuis tourna nl will .-do be held here, j C. P. Miles, of X. P, 1., was Blaoted I'resident,,-mil 11. It lltimly, of Kiel ml College, was elected Vice-President, The mailer of the prolessiiiniibzi'd lucid atldatM was Inkeu up, bill thia <piesliiin, as far n.s collegiate contests are oonoente...
FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP GAME TO-NIGHT. GAME CALLED AT 8.30 P.M. IN HOWITZERS ARMORY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
FIRST CHAMPIONSHIP GAME TO-NIGHT.
GAME CALLED AT 8.30 P.M. IN HOWITZERS ARMORY.
The first championship banket-ball I game of Ihe season will be played to-night J with llmnpdca .Sidin v, a! liic I bnviUcrs' \i y in Hicliiuiiiid. The gninc will j begin ill 8:30P, M. Kvcry man in College I is counted on lo be there strong, to give thr team a big "send oil" al lln< initial game of the series. The athletic tickets will admit you. and Ihe price of admission for your friend is twenty-live cents, Arrangements for procuring a bohd to furnish music during the gntoe attl "i, ' foot, but when wo g" to prees the matter has not been definitely decided The .ail la hereby Issued to every man to produce the .-aine ..itppoll thai we always ] carry with in, mnl lend yOUT prrsetice, j and help to make this stOTt-oK BO full of ' "pep" (hid il will he like nil avalanche. Everybody on bond at Bt3o o'clock. I'ln- Howitzers' Armory is on north Seventh Street, nboiil four blocks from Broad str...
DRAMATIC CLUB SCORES ANOTHER HIT. MUCH DELAYED PLAY COMES OFF IN SUPREME STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
DRAMATIC CLUB SCORES ANOTHER HIT.
MUCH DELAYED PLAY COMES OFF IN SUPREME STYLE.
The long-heralded and tremendously- | vaunted play, "You Never i lan Tell," by | Hertmrd Slttiw, was presented by tho Dramatic Club lost Friday evening in the auditorium, Tin audience was him«, and generous in its acclaim and coin- ineiidalion of Ihe chosen Satiric comedy— n piny which satirised the dfvoree bob ditioni in Knglanil. Entirely suoceoaful and skilful were the Interpretations of an extremely capable caste. Many oireuiimliinecs combined to make I lie evening a niriiionible one, Iticlunotld Collnge alumni in the assembled Legisla- ture of Virginia attended re maatrn a large and well-llined orcheslra furnished music, delight fill and enrapturing; tunny friends from tha elty wow present, and the student body, to a man, exhibited hue support and interest.. The piny was n pre-eminent success. Would that we hud space willlin these | limited ciihlinns to dIsOUSB the superb j work of Indiv...
MUSICAL CLUBS ON RAGGED EDGE. PROGRESS NOT ENCOURAGING, BUT HOPE TO BE READY FOR TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
MUSICAL CLUBS ON RAGGED EDGE.
PROGRESS NOT ENCOURAGING, BUT HOPE TO BE READY FOR TRIP.
The dice and Mandolin Clubn rcnorl progress; although a little nlow and irregular, The sttendt at rehearsals has been the cause for inucl iplnint, as it ha* been almost impossible to secure it full rehearsal. The tour, aa proposed, will begin on February Slat, and will extend over one week. Thin will be done, however, only on the condition that rehearsals develop more than within the pant few weeks. Mr. Vaniandingham i« offering much valuable time to the di- lion of the Glee Club, and .slates thai unlen.s the interest and enthusiasm take* another turn he will be forced to with- draw hid .icrvii'cs. Gel on the job. The Mandolin ( hlb, as yet, has de- veloped little, but rehearsals are going on, and in a short while it is hoped thai the i lull may begin toshow up with more in- less strength, Mr. Wicker and Mr. Vaiilandiiighain will handle the piano:
end of this organization, and wi...
INTERESTING SPECIMENS FOR MUSEUM. CHINESE ANTIQUES NOW IN SAFE KEEPING AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
INTERESTING SPECIMENS FOR MUSEUM.
CHINESE ANTIQUES NOW IN SAFE KEEPING AT WESTHAMPTON.
Mr. J, B. Welisler, who recentl> re- turned front China, has lurned over In Dr. Harris, for the College museum, three very Interesting articles, which are valu- able, nnil will make a considerable addi- tion in ihe collection of things antique and curious now- in the pOMesBJOn of Ihe museum authorities, These art tola) were brought from China by Mr. Webster. who WM very fortunate in being able In secure them, so rare lire I bey even there. One is a shell fr a (hreo-inch gun, which was used long years ago by Ihe revolutionists against Ihe Imperial forces at Nanking. The second in a peculiarly ftftlstio sword, niiidc from Chinese coins, and used in that country a ■ a bridal present, A brace of these swords i« often given it newly-married couple by their friends, its an emblem of good luck and prosperity, to be hung in the house its protection from the evil spirits, with which supersti...
SPIDER DAY AT WESTHAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
SPIDER DAY AT WESTHAMPTON.
l-'or over B week Weslliaiiipltin has been a veritable sign-board, displaying posters of every descri|i!i(in, which unnouticcd the fact, that Jniiuary 21st would be observed BS "Spider Day." and thai nit Hint date every loyal Miidcnl should moke her first payment to "The Spider" in money and material. The posters further announced thai every girl who paid thnt "first dollar" would then he eligible to ml, the ballot would Ihen be in her hands. And SO it wns that the advocates of "Votes far women" turned out in full attendance on Friday morning, with their "dollars" in their hands and triumphant smiles on their faces.
Tin: day wan v great success, and the mnlll of this lirnt election wns as fol- lows. Till'! NINK MliisKH. 1. Mime of Art, Sue lllnir. 2. Musb of Music Stipe Reams, 8, Muse of IWry-N. Woodward, i. MitHcof Dancing ■-■ K. Overton. 5. Muse of Hymns ("Ilium") —10. Wiuldill. (i, Muse of Comedy -H, Evans, 7. Mime of Tragedy- M, Weaver. k. ...
TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
TO WHOM HONOR IS DUE.
We wish to lake tail means of paying, in our sumll way, n tribute to a tiiuil who has recently proved an undying claim upon all ihe respect and gratitude which the students of Richmond College can pny for Ibe splendid perforiiniiice of duty-— a man who accepted a responsibility none 100 pleasant, one which DICSI men would have tried lo shift when they realised Whal ii meant, mid one which v.c do not hesitate lo believe could not have been executed with such credit by nny other of our number. The subjcel nf our remarks is Mr. .1. A. \ twine, mnim- gcrof the Dramatic Club. Tbosfl who wil lie. ad the product ion of "Yon Never Can Tell," on lasl Friday night, may have marveled somewhat at the spenery end stage efforts that ap» penred when the curtain rose, and-many, no doubt, supposed tli..-' M ;i' hud been imported for tin- night. Hut Mich v.:, not tbs OOOSi While most of oh were languishing, in the pence mid quietude or reveling late and long with the i">...
WHAT ARE EDITORIALS FOR? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
WHAT ARE EDITORIALS FOR?
JuSl at this time of (lie year WC me beginning to look back over Ihc pusl session and see what we have done, and also In look fin-ward lo the oilier htdf ! session which lies before us anil plan , (itir work. We have written many editorials, touching on tho different phones of college. life. U'e nave dealt with them all as we though) best, offering .suggestions, criti- cising, commanding. Ah We look back and Hole the things I bill We have suggested things that the slinleiil body admits are badly needed, WO iiihnil I hat Ihe past session hits not been n very successful 0110 in the way of improving things around College. This lends us to ask this question, What docs the student body think that editorials an written for? Do you think I hill they are written lo fill up space, I hill might be more profitably filled by news ninlter, or do you Ihiiik thai limy an tho idle whims of flic editors, and not, lo lie token seriously? We hope that you do not hold lo ...
EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 28 January 1916
We have had this odilorinl in mind for some tune, and huve liceti Wondering just when to write it, and huve decided thai this is Ihe best time, for ninny reasons, As the title de-notes, we are going to say a few words about, the way we think examinations ought to be run oil, Under the present system, absolute fairness is impossible, on account of tho wny v student'h examinations might bunch together. It is unfair to the student and it in unfair to the Faculty, For itisiiince, if a student, has two exami- nations (in one day, mid fails on one, he will blame thai fuel probably unjustly. Hut, on Ihe other baud, there urn students on the campus who cannot think but so fust, mid when their examinations are buhched tliny just go nil to pieces, and (hey fail on them all. We huve seen this done; it. is no idle instance. Recently the Faculty has had a meeting with regard to securing a standardization of marking, in order that absolute equality will be shown by nil profess...