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TIGERS GO DOWN IN FIRST GAME. GARNET AND GREY TEAM UNABLE TO STAND SPIDER PACE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
TIGERS GO DOWN IN FIRST GAME.
GARNET AND GREY TEAM UNABLE TO STAND SPIDER PACE.
The spider etuunplonsbip reoa for the basket-I mil eiip wan o|iened on lu«t Friday night, with a wallop, In theHowlt" Hn' Ar 'V. Ilainpdcii-Sidlicy wiinihil- plityed and lltll lllllimfl from lli«' h(mi t, winding up on the email end of theatring Ik to ih. An unusually huge orowd of ■tudauta and visitors ware present, toe building being idled to oapaoity, The ga was smiting and Intereating through- put, lint ii'iiin the start it wai Mm thai the Spiders had oontidorabls edge on the Qarnel and Qrsy tenm, who fought well, but were lacking in the telling point of Die game. Disk Wood showed his old form al ilie baskets, white Satterfisld alao did gOOd ebOOtlng, However, lliere were no partlouhu* atari and no spectacular ploys produced by either quint. Tipton, for llamiiilen-Siilney, played I particularly aggressive gome »' oentre, but was unable in gain an opening to the be The Hiiiiimmy of the Kin...
MU SIGS ENTERTAIN TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
MU SIGS ENTERTAIN TO-NIGHT.
The Mil Sigma RIW Society is sche- duled to-night for an open night eclc- bratlOU, which promises to he an affair of much Interest. The guests of honor on Hi! loaston will be the members of the I'hiloliigian So ty and friends of the Mv Sign, who will gather m the meeting hall of the, hint-named Society. An attractive program has hecn arranged with discrimination, and those who attend will receive a treat The program to lie rendered is as follows: Readers—E. B, Northen, B. .1. Pwt. DeelaimeiK Tiainhain, Miller. Orator—SlCUHKlk. Delude -"/iV.so/ivd, That the city of Kichi.ii.nd shuiild pass an ordinance pro- hibiting kissing within its hoots, Alliriiinlive Marlin, Lalanc; Negative— (lelluuin, Fatherly. , Music (or tin elision will he furnished by outside talent, and will he good. After the reguku program (he meeting will he turned Into an informal reception, at which time irfrcdunenls will he serve, I. All I'liilolngiaiiH and all friends of Mv Sigma E...
CLASS OF '19 BANQUET IS BIGGEST YET. FRESHMEN GATHER IN NUMBERS TO PLEDGE LOYALTY AND CHEER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
CLASS OF '19 BANQUET IS BIGGEST YET.
FRESHMEN GATHER IN NUMBERS TO PLEDGE LOYALTY AND CHEER.
The clhmh of 1019, v ii body, made it'< j lirnl formal and nllicnil how to SOOletj on luwi Saturday night at, the annual Freshman banquet, bald al Murphy'i Hotel. Tin' banquet hull on the teoond BoorwaaAiled in the brltti with the largest orowd that has ever aeesmbled at an affair of t kind, two tables, ranching from end to end of the roooi, being lined on liolh nidcs willi mcnihcrs of Ihe l''reshinan Class and their guests, The IQIQ buum of Wosllmmplon Collage furnitdied a large and attraetlve delegation, giving 11 loaalbn thai peculiar tone ft* i v for tbo biggcwl hiuk'phh. Knell of tho upper nlnssss from both Colleges, except- ing the Sophomore, wore ropreeented, along wit 11 other guests from both ad I The arrangements Were In charge of the President, Thomas R. Miller, and a vury efficient committee, who Blled their offices as hosts in ■ delightful manner, ('. ('. Boyd, ac...
ANOTHER PLAY TO BE PRESENTED SOON. DRAMATIC CLUB MEETS IN FORCE ALL ARE EAGER TO ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
ANOTHER PLAY TO BE PRESENTED SOON.
DRAMATIC CLUB MEETS IN FORCE ALL ARE EAGER TO ACT.
Fresh from Its hiK lU6SSBS In "You Novor Can 'l'cll," recently given here to a large audit a. c, the Dramatic < Itub, on hist Monday, begun arrangements for the production of a second play, to lake place within (lie near future. The pla>. . Pinero's "The Magistrate," has been selected as the play to OS gIVOU, and Ihe caste will be selcclial exclusive of those who look part in "YoU Ncvei Can Toll," Tin.! date, of course, has not been lived, bin Manager Vaehe stales iliat the play will conic oIT by tin- first week in March, and there will be positively no postpone- ments this time. About thirty-live mem- bers were present at the meeting in which the*) arrangements were made, ami the enthusiasm shown speaks well for the growing interest heir in ilrnlunln It is thought thai the Dramatic Club will lake pari in I hi' Shakespeare Ter- centennial Mlobration next spring, and that a pageant...
CATS PLAY WHILE MICE ARE AWAY. NOT TO BE OUT-DONE, SOPHOMORE CLASSES HAVE PARTY TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
CATS PLAY WHILE MICE ARE AWAY.
NOT TO BE OUT-DONE, SOPHOMORE CLASSES HAVE PARTY TOGETHER.
One of ihe most delightful and most thoroughly euooossful Intewlass anti i laiiiimmtM ever held al the College was the gathering Of the "Sophs.'' of Wc.st- hampton and Richmond Colleges on Saturday night i aid !i o'olooki both ildos of the hike had been m-imes ol rapid indiiHtry, I'er- liaps none of those Sophomores had ever before been quite so full of tireless encrgv, and it is certain thai Ihe nighl WBS S "red letter" in their lives, tales of which , they Will tell and re-tell, with Ihe ,-ame iima'iising pride and satisfactory ohuoklee, j iinlil well, until there is no class of 'IS, And so we say both sidca were seriously occupied until t) o'clock; then all gathered in the diiiinghnll at Weslhainpton to compare notes. [t WpA about the moil informal "girl and boy" ptcnio Imaginable. Those who oboes danced, but the greater oumberwere in the pantty "candy making," And ■peaking Of ca...
SPIDER NINE HAS HARD SCHEDULE. SEASON'S GAMES TO INCLUDE MANY HEAVY TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
SPIDER NINE HAS HARD SCHEDULE.
SEASON'S GAMES TO INCLUDE MANY HEAVY TEAMS.
Manager Midland has just mode public the season',, base-ball schedule, Whloll was finally arranged the lirst of this week. The arrangement includes, beiidOß the six championship games ill the Intercollegiate League, some of the heaviest teams 111 Ihe South, and the Spider squad is booked for a hard season. As yet no word has been given out by the coach as to the line-up of prospective biiMc-liall material, but rumors are thai diamond arlials, or near-artisls, are plenti- ful. TliO Schedule is given below: V, M. C. A. lum rendered the College \pd :;d Wnke forest, at Wake Forcnt. April ith university of North ''am linu, at Chapel Hill April sth North Carolina A A M., ftl West Raleigh. April tilh Davidson, at Davidson April 10th Union Theological Semi- nary, at Rich ml College. April 13th DhloO Theological Semi-
miry, at Union Theological Seminary, April Kith •Roanoke College, al Rich- mond, Ap...
NOTED SPEAKER TO BE IN COLLEGE. Y. M. C. A. TO CONDUCT SERIES OF VALUABLE LECTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
NOTED SPEAKER TO BE IN COLLEGE.
Y. M. C. A. TO CONDUCT SERIES OF VALUABLE LECTURES.
Among I lie excellenl services I lie Y. M. c. A, liiin tendered the College this session is the securing of Dr, W. D, Weal herford to give a series of six lectures, All of these lefltUieS deal with funda- mental questions in such a clear, logical,
attractive, and masterly way that no -Indent can afford to BUBS them. Dr. Wealherford in v young men's man. He knows young men, and is able to see through then problems from tbnir view- point. Thousands of student! have heard him speak, ami have been helped by Ilia talks, Itoyoiul a doubt, the coining of ihis man to Richmond College will DO one of the biggest eventu of thill College year. Richmond College students arc noted for then- loyalty, cooperation, and ''pep." It is expected I hal every Spider will be in his plaei mi heluuary Bth, !Hh, ami 10th. The old Spider spirit, with good team work, now as ever, will score il great victory for...
SUCCUMBS TO OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
SUCCUMBS TO OPERATION.
Mr, Robert Whlttst, lr., father of "Hob" Whitlet, died al ('.race Hospital, ill Richmond, Sunday afternoon, at II o'dock. He had undergone a seriouH RUrgioal operation, from which be rapidly declined in strength In the end. He WOB buried in llollyw I Tuesday afternoon, alter ci vac at I Irace-Covemuit Church. "Hob" and his family have the sin- cere-.I sympathy of many friends in College in their great bereavement, and Borrow. Tin; Coi.i.kiuan takes this op- ; porlunity of extending deepest sympathy.
WHAT GOOD DOES IT DO ? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
WHAT GOOD DOES IT DO ?
The question bis been asked us (his week, What Is the idea of tearing of FnshmSn's rooms each year after then annual banquet? And when wo give Il,c matter due thought, WS fold that an answer to that qusstton is still lacking in our minds. Aside from the fuel I hut Hindi tliingH have happened for Iwo or tbroo years, we can give no explanation, The criticism has been raised, by un- prejudiced parlies, on the- ground that it is unfair I" make a part of Ihe body pay when another part receives none of Ihe penally. The r'reshmen who live in the oily are relieved from all such unplea- Satttries, whereas, in Ihe other things, I hey have BS much a part, as the men who live on the campus. And when we give the matter thought we find that the pro- portion Of I'Veslimcti who have their homes in Richmond iH very large indeed. The system limy be all right, but, the question still arises in our minds, What good does it do? If some one has a satisfactory explanation, WS ...
A MISUNDERSTANDING. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
A reiulor of Tub Coi.i.kumn has come to us with 11 implalnl that there has been v inisunderslanding in I he matter of Saturday t.esls, which WAS Supposed to have been arranged for. The gentle- man who cam* lo us was under a similar impression wilh us, ami thai was: Thai tt committee from the Literary Societies, or from (lie Student, Council, had wailed upon, the Dean, asking that, whenever possible, monthly test" be removed from Saturday to some other dn,\ in the week, and that the Dean hail acted favorably on their request, slating that, except under extraordinary circumstances, no tests would he given on Saturday. All woll and good. Hut, the Saturday after the play given by the Dramatic Club two tests were given, and in classes in which there were members of the Dra- matic Club. It, strikes us that, whatever the extraordinary oireumetanOM may have been ns to the classes, the produc- tion of the piny certainly was more "extraordinary ciroumstancee"on t he ...
CLASS BASKET FLIPPERS WARM UP. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
CLASS BASKET FLIPPERS WARM UP.
The niter-class banket-ball contest haa been waving warm, and exciting more than ordinary intejeel bast weali the Freshman and Sophomore aggregations engaged In a bloody encounter, resulting inn 15 to 18 victory for the latter, Short- ly alter, the Seniors amircd arms with the Juniors in an squally heartloss combat, ibe 1016 class dragging olf the huU'cln by 80 to Id. We cannot give the line-up of Individual stars In these contests, but i uil men on each of the tenuis showed up well. We are now looking forward with much Interest tO the liook-il|> between the Seniors mid Sophomores, which is booked for Hie near future I In- interest shown in this inter-chisM sport is vary gratifying in the Boaoh, ami promises (o develop into a very fnrnii- iiabie propositioni
A GOOD IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
A GOOD IDEA.
We note n very interesting announce- ment in the (lonelier CoU»Q* H"''•''!/. which, we think, might well be adopted at Richmond College: "Harvard and Colgate have recently ruled that nil Students, in whatever courses, who persist in the USS of incorrect Knglish will be assigned to a special course in grnminar."
QUARTETTE TO GIVE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
QUARTETTE TO GIVE CONCERT.
I The Richmond College Quartette, as- I Misled by a violinist and pianist, will give j a conceit under the auspices of the Din- widdle High School, in Dinwiddle, on next Friday evening, February lllh. Thin wdll he the second visit to Din- widdle tuiiilc by the i|Uiirlelle, having given a very sin ssful eiilerlaniment at the High School there last spring. The organisation will give other ooneerts at various plaOM in the Slale from tune to I hue.
GIVES RECITAL AT VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
GIVES RECITAL AT VIRGINIA.
We notice from the CnHiyc 7'u/u'u of January 22d Unit Mr. Krnesl 11. Cosby, who is conneelcd with Ihe music deport* mint ol We.<l hitmplon College, mid woll known here from his connection with the Vesper choir, would give an elaborate organ recital in Cabell Hull, nl Ihel'ni- vemlty of Virginia, on Sunday, January 33d, The paper spoke very highly of Mr. Cosby, having been treated to his concerts there nil n number of occasions In the past. We regret that we are mi- ni >lc to give, tin) progiim here, hut, in con- nect ion, we quote) "The program in es- pecially bright and interesting, containing . number of selections familiar i<> the public, together with a composition by Mr. Cosby himself." The paper further stales that Mr. Cosby is n general favorite there, having made much impression by his playing in the past,
COTILLON CLUB GIVES DANCE MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
COTILLON CLUB GIVES DANCE MONDAY.
Final arrangements have I n com- pleted by ihe Richmond College Cotillon club for i be mid-winter dunce, which Is to be given at the Country Club of Vir- ginia next Monday evening, February 7th. This dance was partially arranged for to-night at the Jsffereon Hotel, but oiroumstsAces interfered with the plans made by Ihe coiuinillee, ncccHHitalilig the postponement and the change of the place. A large lid of invite! guests have signified their intention uf attending, while t.he membership of the Club is much larger than In former years. Several members of the Faculty have accepted Invitations to be present, together with a number ol the leading people of Richmond* The dance will begin al !)::M ami continue until 1:30, Music will be the name us used by the Cotillon Club (ant hcohou.
WHAT ABOUT THE Y. M. C. A.? [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
WHAT ABOUT THE Y. M. C. A.?
During the spring term lasl ! just after the new ollieen of lie' V. M. C, \, wen [njtaUed, and the new Cabinet had taken over the hnsinc- cud ol Itl work, plans were ininle and .niiioimcoil whereby It was imped to line up every itUdenl ol Kediiieind College m the -Y. \l 0. A. I his year. As .vet, that ' plan in far from being fulfilled, f'p to this tune there are only 181 men on the roll of members, and less than SO per ccnl. of those have paid the member- ship fee, This leave-, II I students (in- cluding day mep) "ho have not signified their intention of Joining the , M c \ Several of those who have joined are cily men. Should every man in College join, and pay his membership feo, the WWiOO would not meet the expenses of the various Mtivltlai which WS should engage itl, bill cannot. In order llml the mem- bers might know just what is done with the Y. M. C. A. money, the budget will be published in a few wei-1.1, The question now is, I low many men ...
WELL-KNOWN MEN ON Y. M. C. A. PROGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 4 February 1916
WELL-KNOWN MEN ON Y. M. C. A. PROGRAMS.
The College V. M. C. A., llnoiigli Its Program Cominitlee, is arranging a series of addresses In be given here by well- known public men, Many of these will disOUSS fields for life work lor esninplo, tbo plan is In put on a man to discuss law as a life work; another, the ministry as n life calling; banking, jourimhsin, agriculture, medictns, etc., will be treated by capable men. Th annul Ice has a limn in mind fur each of the above-men- tioned topics, but it is thought best not to make any aniiouneeinenl of niiines until they mi! confirmed, Already arranged an' the following; February i rth Dr. PrTlbome, of the Slate Health Department), to discuss, in nil illustrated lecture, " Public Health." March 9th—" What Does Properednt Mean for America?" Dr. EIUSBSII Howie AprilOth "Educationass Life Work," Dr. J A. C. Chandler. In addition, it || to be remeiiibercd thai Dr. W'eiitheiford is to be here February Htb. !lth, and IDlli, He is said to ...