Ring-tum Phi, January 18, 1909 (newspaper)
The Ring-tum Phi is the student newspaper of Washington and Lee University. It has been published since 1897 with only a brief suspension between 1943-1946 during World War II. This is Volume 12, Number 11 from Monday, January 18, 1909.There is one file available: a PDF which was created from scans of the original document.Article: First Assembly of New Year; Summary: Page 1, At the University Assembly for January, Dr. Denny emphasized the importance of going to class and working hard. Dr. D. J. Ogden of Knoxville spoke on the character of a college man.Article: First Game Easily Won; Summary: Page 1, The Varsity basketball team easily defeated Augusta Military Academy 33 to 12 Friday night.Article: Basket Ball Prospects Good; Summary: Page 1, The basketball team looks good although some men are not returning.Article: Dr. Ogden's Talks Last Week; Summary: Page 2, Dr. Ogden conducted evangelistic services from Tuesday until Sunday evening.Article: No title ; Summary: Page 2, Everyone needs to yell and cheer at the Virginia game.Article: New Year Hops Very Enjoyable; Summary: Page 3, The New Year Dances were enjoyable although the number of visiting girls was small.Article: Committees for the Final Ball; Summary: Page 3, The Final Ball (the social event of the year) Committees have been selected by President Hood.Article: A Blow to the Basketball Management; Summary: Page 4, George Washington University cancelled the basketball game. Because of this habit of cancelling games at the last minute, they will not be included on the schedules in the future.Article: When We are Hosts; Summary: Page 4, W & L should display courtesy toward visitors and officials during basketball games.Article: The Law Library Lights; Summary: Page 4, The lights in the law library need to be improved for reading at night.Article: Marylanders Play during Holidays; Summary: Page 4, The Maryland Club defeated the Fredrick, MD YMCA 29 to 17 in a basketball game over the holidays.Article: Hart, Schaffner, & Marx Prizes; Summary: Page 4, The prizes were awarded for Economics.Article: Graham-Lee Society; Summary: Page 5, The society held its regular program with several speakers absent and discussed its 100th anniversary celebration.Article: Graham-Lee to Celebrate; Summary: Page 5, The Graham-Lee Society will celebrate its 100th anniversary with good speakers and the Staunton Orchestra.Article: Ribbon Societies Furnish Principal Atrractions for the Week-end; Summary: Page 6, The initiation of the new ribbon society, P.A.N., involved a vaudeville performance. The S.B.C. initiated the day before.