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TRUSTEES MEET IN SEMIANNUAL SESSION. CONFER DEGREES AND ADOPT NEW ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
TRUSTEES MEET IN SEMIANNUAL SESSION.
CONFER DEGREES AND ADOPT NEW ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS.
The Board (if Trustees of Richmond ''"ll'I*'1*' el ill :iit il nit II U;i I 11 ': sum ill Rugger's [total mi [ml 'i Inn (lay, Those present, besides President Boatwright, and Mi. B, we i iabb, ecratary of the Board, uric ttn' following: v rs, ,i. il. 1 1.mic.ilive, if. ii. Pitt, ii w , Btraley, .1 M Piloher, C. I!. Bawl*, 0 W. Bealo, •) I). Cruni|i, ,). Taylor Ellyaon, T. C Witliama, Jr., li.'', \\ iii,:,M,- ,\. ii. Long, •I. 1.. Camp, \. \\ Patterson, \\ i, I 'nil. T. B. MoAdama, W, H. ttarksdale, l. B. Lake (',,,„,.,. It. Sicel.,l. \.C. Clmlidlcr, 0. T. Wiilkm. T. C summit, 1,. T. \\ llson, and \\. .1. I'm A gTQAI dan] ni lent inn Im inr. -, wliii'li luml accumulated during the pail months, wm dfepcasd * if liy iim Board, ttoqu\ iiiui'li time, Tjffi vnrlotti mitteea antarad n i theii report uoug which ware I ho Comrolttaca on Bnholar- !-lli|l. Ili.ttrnrlKili, and tln• \\ (Hi.;i|('h...
PUBLIC DEBATE ON IMPORTANT SUBJECT. HEATED ARGUMENT FOR AND AGAINST THE CUSTOM OF OSCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
PUBLIC DEBATE ON IMPORTANT SUBJECT.
HEATED ARGUMENT FOR AND AGAINST THE CUSTOM OF OSCULATION.
The openHiigbl meeting of the M« Sigma Him Society, held last Friday in their Snciniy hall, was largely attended, and a vary successful and Interesting affair. The readers and deeliiiii its on the regular program performed their part ; oredltably, and gained much appro- bation from a vai | appreolal ive audience, The debate, concocted on the aubjeot of whether or not kissing should be pro* hibited in Richmond, was an Interesting conicsi. mid afforded muoh amusement throughout, Messrs. Martin and Latane upheld the idea (hid this favorite funn of Indoor eporl should he forbidden bj Inn in the city of Richmond, holding thai il was detrimental to the progress ol society, mid was a custom which should have been : oui ~i exiatenoe long ago. On ilic oilier hand, Messrs, (Icllnuiii and Fatherly, while ooromitling them- olyi as being entirely Inexperienocd along siuli 'lines personally, ...
SPIDER QUINT ON ROAD TO SUPREMACY. CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES INTERESTING CLASS TEAMS ENTHUSIASTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
SPIDER QUINT ON ROAD TO SUPREMACY.
CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES INTERESTING CLASS TEAMS ENTHUSIASTIC.
', Tlii.|iiisi:i.i-i,„ii team, Wedneadaynight,! journeyed to "Looneytown" lo play William and M:ii\s insi aggregation. I We ici'ici thai wo are unable to give the results 'if tliai encounter. In ilic game with the Tigen the "Red ami I in,.'' boaketeera ihawad their] worth. Mini, lodging from emnparativo con with No, i team i, ii la tt aafe bel ilmt wo will lainl mi both feal within a iliim. proximity of thai coveted cup, Haturdo] mulii we are due i" dll up on tbrilla and exciting momenta when tha first clasli with the Randolph-Maoon Jackete will ba staged In the Howlteera '.inmry. Randolph-Maoon wot the cup i with Iho old team pmctl- . I nan worthy of port of Uirh- l rnond College ■ a during the gridiron eaaon. In tha lUere 1 ArmoJy, at '■'" • tfday nielli j On the following Monday night thi ; iiiiicli-liiiili'd I 111,.-. .... ( loUagV 'i.' will linn in with Captain Mi i and mi W...
WESTHAMPTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
Miss Keller Attended the Inauguration of President Brewer, at Meredith College, Raleigh, N <'~ the last of the week. Professor Brewer was formerly Dean of Wake Forest, and he was welcomed to his new position by the President! of many North Carolina colleges, and I lie Mean- ol Weithompton and Ratoliffe Colleges, Miss Keller represented the atandord Collages of the Soiilh, nnil Miss I.node, ni Ratcllffe, represented those of the North. \ Leap Veal' Club has recently been organised at Weetberopton College. The officers are as follows: President, Miss Overton) Vice-President, Miss Chtyj Secretary and Treasurer, Misa Neblette Mum Mildred Creey, of Newport News, i. the guest of Mis- Dot Chary, she attended the Cotillon Club dance, Miv.es Elisabeth Wa.ldill ami Mnrv (lay spenl llie week-end wilh Miss i oleate Anderson, in (I inter Park' Another delegation from Weethampton College attended tin' morning session of the Legislature on Friday, Miss Esther Jenkins vi...
COTILLON CLUB GIVES OPENING DANCE. INAUGURATE THE SEASON WITH FESTIVITIES AT THE COUNTRY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
COTILLON CLUB GIVES OPENING DANCE.
INAUGURATE THE SEASON WITH FESTIVITIES AT THE COUNTRY CLUB.
Beautiful women, nood shier, dance* provoking music, a kindly disposition of the I'lrmi'iiis nil these, and many other features, combined on Ijiki Monday even- ing id moke tin' opening Cotillon Club affair on undoubted euooess. The Country Club, tha aetna of festivities, woe abundant In Ita usual charms, lii« Inn liics, ciirnfidly ohoeen cosy corners, I iiml roomy itroll-ways adding much to other pleasant pastimes afforded during ilic evening. About thirty-five couples look purl in Ilic opening urnnd uinreli, which wm. lad in Mi. Leslie with Mima Soberer, after which the regular d ■<><■<■ program whs begun at 10 o'olook, The music, which waa furnished by the tame orchestra used by the <'lnii last year, waa beyond criticism, and the ball- room was nil llml ciiulil lie wic'ird. I'idliiH and ferns gave the place bin needed lag touch, and a congenial Infor- mality pr...
NEW ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS NEXT YEAR. IN ORDER TO ENTER RICHMOND COLLEGE MEN MUST BE WELL PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
NEW ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS NEXT YEAR.
IN ORDER TO ENTER RICHMOND COLLEGE MEN MUST BE WELL PREPARED.
The new enhance requirements of Richmond College and Weethampton College, adopted by the Hoard of Trustees, February 3d, and to ro into effect For the session of 1916 '17, are us follows: "1. Tin- candidate must bo at least sixteen years of age, ■"J. The applicant should proasmt ecrti- fioote of honorable dismissal from lost school attended, or other sufficient ovi- denoe of goad character, ";i. The applicant muat «ive proof of adequate preparation t" profit by work offered In College classes. This prepara- tion may be established by (l) a written examination; (35 a certificate from an accredited preparatory si I I; (3) faculty permission to register aa a epeeinl student.
DR. DINGUS PUBLISHES VALUABLE PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
DR. DINGUS PUBLISHES VALUABLE PAPERS.
We have received a copy of a very in- terest Ing publication which bears the title "A Study of Literary Tendencies in I lie Novellcn of Tlieoilor Storm," and Which bears I lie furl her inscription: "A Dissertation Submitted lo I lie faculty of the University of Virginia In Partial D'ulflllment of the Requirement for the Degree of Doctor of Wdloaophy, by j Leonidas Reuben DlngUß." This arlicle is in uinKM/.ine form, and coiitaius about sixty panes of Midler, which Roes inlo the substance of the Novellas ol Storrtl .1 q manner which sb"\vs the keen knowledge I nniicr.il, which Dr. Dingus possesses. .No , single iieni of criticism o) explanation of the works of this great author has been omitted) and the treatise shows not only the result of ureat diligence on the part of the gentleman who wrote it, but also bis excellent, mid very learned conception Of matters Of this kind, No doubt, this work will be widely rem! by students of the best lite...
DR. METCALF SPEAKS AT UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
DR. METCALF SPEAKS AT UNIVERSITY.
Demi Metcnlf spoke lost week at the University of Virginia In a meeting of the College Deans and Presidents of the Stain, convened for the purpose of dis- missing various phase* of entrance re- quirements for student* of Virginia' The livo topics generally discussed were the mailer of general entrance require- nieiils from graduates of high schools and academies of Virginia, and I he special matter of the English requirements, Dr. Metcnlf entered into all these dis- cussions, and offered many valuable hints as to the regulation of these rundi- tions,
The object was, primarily, to inaugu- rate 11 movement to Impress upon the preparatory schools the fact thai the reputation of their inslilulions depends upon the work their graduates do when I hey enter college, and if Hie men I hey send away do poor work llie school from I Which they come will come lo be looked upon ns a poor school. Another object was lo and mil the real standing of Hie v...
SPEAKS IN DANVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
SPEAKS IN DANVILLE.
; l>r, itrya'n, from the Department of Sociology and Education, spoke m ban. villa Monday nigbi before tin Educa- tional Association of thai lounly. l)r, j Bryan is coming to be much in demand «s ill speaker, and his wide knowledge of his : particular subject is gaining for him muoh commendation mid popularity.
DR. MABIE TO LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
DR. MABIE TO LECTURE.
I Vesper nrvioea Sunday will be cm- I ducted by R«V, Henry C. Maine. D. I>., j Lb. 1).,' of Boston, Muss. He will leotUre on "World Condili J and Chris- tian Missions." I)r, Mnbin, as Secretary of Foreign Mission* of the Northern Baptist Convention, has apenl much time iii various parts of I he world, and ! has been a close student of the problems lof mission work, both at home and abroad. I lbs lecture is a promising one, and will prove worth your while i" hem. The College auditorium, at 6:00 P. M.
THE NEW PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
THE NEW PLAY.
I If yon bftvan't read the new play that the Dramatic Club is going to givo on the 10th Of March, you have si ill something good to look forward to, It's a rolling, rollicking farce, and sure to be a scream- ing success, as our theatrical brothers would say, Hut, listen -speaking seri- ously, you want to scare up ihul latent talent which you have, or which you may think yon have, and no down and have Dr. Handy pass his critical eye on it, It is not ynl 100 lale to make a place in I he caste, and it's up lo you losee the best men moke the parte,
in order to give a wider range to the talent, the Club has decided to eliminate entirely those who played in "You Never Can Tell," and, while Ibis is only fair, It is going tO be somewhat ililliciiil to re- : place, these men and Indies, too who performed so creditably In Bernard shaws comedy, BhOW your College spirit and conic out, and boost those who are already out. Westhnmplon College, with an enroll- ment nol ne...
LISTEN I [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
(In Sal in day night to-morrow night l.'ebroarv I'Jtll, Richmond College plavi Randolph-Macon the Brat ohampionahip basket-ball game. Have we said enough? Or in it necessary for us lo add llial we don't think thai the enthusiasm mound the campus is worked to a pilch where you could almost pluck il out of the atmosphere, as it should ml " Those follow > arc working hard and OOMttli It liously down in the gymnasium for that game, and you should do your part. Is ii, nseesaory for ua to call attention to ■ certain article in I'm. Coludoiam eon* aernlng basket-ball spirit, t a weeks ago? rYhoopitupl
THE COLUMNS ARE OPEN. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
THE COLUMNS ARE OPEN.
We wish to cad allenlion again tO the fact thai the columns of Till-: CoLUKIIAtt are open to contributions on College mailers from any of our readers. We will atari a special column for Ihis pur- pose, and are anxious llial any matters ot Importance that chance to come under tlifl observation, of our renders may be submitted bore for publication, it is Impossible for any one man, or any small group of men, lo obtain the general view- point in many eases, and the individual views of particular people will be greatly welcomed, Tin: Colmoum must bathe universal College paper, else il will be no good. Let them conic in!
JOHN MARSHALL HAS CLUB HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
JOHN MARSHALL HAS CLUB HOUSE.
Nov content with perfecting a imooU) organisation, and getting things to hum- ming along in nood shape, the John Marshall Club lias taken another forward step it has secured a club room, and is rapidly furnishing it. The room was v vacant one, and was kindly granted by Dean Mclcalf lo I scd by the Mar- similiter exclusively as a day room, with the provision that the members of Hie club all mail instead of the various other roOttU set aside for students who reside in (lie city,
The iMnrslmllites are rapidly bringing out pennants, magazines, mid pictures to l lie rendezvous, and before very long v table mid chairs will be added. It is the hope of the committee in charge l hai a bed may be secured, Hint Mur- shalliles may spend a night on the cam- pus occasionally, and thus gel a real touch of College life something (hill cannot begotten by riding the ears. The club room will serve a double purpose', in llial il will la' the heaihpiarters of th...
RICHMOND COLLEGE MAN PROFESSIONALIZES ALL R. L. I. B. ATHLETICS. A. B. Cosby Enters Inter-Company Meet and Professionalizes Thirty-Six Men. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
RICHMOND COLLEGE MAN PROFESSIONALIZES ALL R. L. I. B. ATHLETICS.
A. B. Cosby Enters Inter-Company Meet and Professionalizes Thirty-Six Men.
Lust Saturday night, at the nines' inler-eoinpaiiy meet, Mac Cosby parti- cipiiied in several events, and, according i" Hie ruling "i il". Richmond Amateur bc'lcriilion, all the alldeles compel ion ill these events were autoiiiiil leally pi'n- li's.sinniilized. 'I'hey ciinnol plead inno- j rnnee, becmise every paper in lowii published artloles on the ruling of Dr. Burdlek, of Baltimore, who la at the band of the Amateur Federal ion, when lie barred Mitchell, Cosby, and Satterlield, ef Richmond College, and Vaughn Loiyd, of Church Hill Athletic Association, from amateur athletioo, on the ground thai I law received a salary for supervision Ihe playgrounds, thus professionalising them- selves,
Of course, Hie federation authorities cim ipiiclly reinstate the Miles' atldcles, but, if they don't, Cosby, Katterlield, and Mil.'bell wil...
CLASS BASKET-BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
I Class basket-ball, winch wa.. mentioned ill lust week's issue, now bids fair lo be- come a permanent institution. Never in the history of inter-eliiss games has any I athletic pastime gained tush a foot- hold among the itudent. Rivalry runs rumpaiit, and each class has as large a "rooting" contingent an, m former years, fins been iieoordcd the 'Varsity. Thus far, the "Sophs" have defeated the " Hal ~" Seniors have defeated the Juniors, ■Hats" have defeated the Juniors, and the "felopha" defeated the Seniors. Thus i lie race for i he championship stands!
Tho game Saturday, between tho " lints" and the Juniors, was close and exciting, the game being won by the 'Rata," who threw the winning ge*l in the lust second of play. Next week's issue, if possible, will give a labiihited sore of j all the inter-class games.
"Sophs." Seniors "Kids" J union Won Lost. Standing. 9 0 1,00(> 1 1 SIX) I I 600 0 a
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
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FOOT-BALL SCHEDULE. [Newspaper Article] — Richmond Collegian — 11 February 1916
Manager Sutherland annoimoes the following foci bull schedule for the en suing year, bill lliere II slid 801118 trouble in regard lo I h" dales of "lie or hoi of the championship garnet* The schedule may be i hanged by ihe authorities, in (lint It is nut deemed advisable lo have ihe last garni i taged alter Tbanlteglvbig, and men...'o'lH may be made to play 11,., ran., latad for December 2d at some eorlloi date: September liOlb \. I' b. at IHacks- burg. October 'fib Catholic Univorslty, at Washington October 14th University ol \ Irginla, vi Charlottesville, October m I at Richmond ohamptonahlp) ii, tober 38th William mid Mary, at Richmond (championship), November till Itiindulph-Mwccn, at Kiclu d championship) November nth HamndenWSldney, at Pormvilla <ohomplonshlp), November IMb William and Mary, at Williamsboig icliami'ionsliip). December 2d Itnndolph-Macon, at lliclui I (emunptorudtip), Tim aqhedule for the league waa m-. ranged by I he several maling...