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Junior Ball [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Junior Ball The annual Christmas ball of the Junior class, College and Science, in aid of University athletics, will be held at Sherry's on Friday evening, Dec. 21. The committee consists 01 the following men from the Junior class: Harold T. Spense, George C. Atkins, Allan B. A. Bradley, Ernest S. Budington, Percy F. Cowing, Harold P. Daniels, Herbert Godwin, Harold M. Hays, Ramsay C. Hoguei, Frederick B. Irvine, Roland P. Jackson, Joseph A. McAnemey, Walden Pell, Walter H. Powers, William B. Shoemaker, and Denniston Wood, Jr. The committee announces that the list of patronesses is now complete. A feature is the fact that five gentlemen have consented to act as patrons: President Seth Law, Mr. Alexander M. Hadden. Governor Theodore Roosevelt, Prof. George Edward Woodberrv, and Dean J. H. Van Amringe. Tickets may be obtained of H. Tuthill Spense, chairman, and from Walter H. Powers, the manager.
Barnard-Philolexian Debate [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Barnard-Philolexian Debate The ajmual debate between the Philolexian Society and the Barnard Literary Association will be held at the University on Tuesday evening, December 18, a week from to-night, at a quarter past eight. The debate will be held in the large lecture-room in Havemeyer Hall. Professor Van Amringe will preside. The question to be debated is "Resolved, That the second portion of section two of the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution should be repealed." H. M. Flays, 1902; J. G. Hopkins, 1902; and A. G. Hays, 1902, will speak on the negative for Barnard. Philolexian will be represented by J. T. Williams, 1901; M. H. Cardozo, 1901, and G. H. Butler, 1903, who will take the affirmative of the question. H. M. Flays was alternate on last year's winning Barnard team in the Barnard-Philo debate, the first Barnard team to win for many years. H. M. Hays and Hopkins also represented the class of 1902 in their Freshman year in the Freshman-Sophomore debate. The Freshman te...
Basket Ball [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Basket Ball A meeting of the Columbia Basketball Association was held in Dr. Savage's consultation-room on Thursday afternoon for the purpose of adopting the constitution and arranging several important business matters. The following permanent officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, McKeon; Vice-President, Woodward; Secretary, Marston; and Manager, Megrue. After the meeting the candidates for the Varsity team adjourned to the gym, where about twenty-five men were tried in various positions during the afternoon. John Wendleken, who played center last year on the famous Y. M. C. A. team, Twen-ty-third street branch, and who is considered to be one of the best centers in the country, coached the men for an hour or so, illustrating his precepts by playing personally with the team. After the game he expressed his opinion that there was promising material among the candidates and that he saw no reason why Columbia should not have the winning team among the colleges this ye...
TREASURER'S REPORTS Athletic Committee Discusses Finances -Deficit of $8,800 to Be Raised Before Christmas— Rent of Columbia Field Unpaid—Musical Benefit Planned. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
TREASURER'S REPORTS Athletic Committee Discusses Finances -Deficit of $8,800 to Be Raised Before Christmas— Rent of Columbia Field Unpaid—Musical Benefit Planned. The December meeting of the Athletic Committee was held last Friday evening at the rooms of the Mechanical Engineering Society, 12 West 31st street. The Graduate Advisory Board was represented by Messrs. Kirby, Hewlitt and Sayre. The undergraduate representatives were: Crew, Irvine, Erdal, Heroy; Cycle, Hudson, Waters; Football, Shoemaker; Track, Smith, Dana, Colie; Lacrosse, Lindsay, Parker, Stratford; Baseball, Milke, Marcus. G. T. Kirby presided at the meeting. Practically the only subject oi' the evening's discussion was the present financial standing of University athletics. The only exception was a motion made authorizing the appointment of a committee to revise the constitution of the association, and suggest such alterations as the year's experience under it seem to prove necessary. S. Aylmer-Small, general athleti...
Intercollegiate Hockey [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Intercollegiate Hockey The Executive Committee of the Intercollegiate Hockey Association met last week to arrange the schedule for the coming season. Columbia, Yale, Princeton and Brown were represented. These colleges formed last year's association. The University of Pennsylvania applied for admission, and after considerable discussion the request was granted. Applications from Swarthmore and Haverford were rejected. The admission of Pennsylvania to the league brings a new and strong member into the association. Pennsylvania has all the advantages of steady practice that Columbia has, and will probably be a strong rival. The Executive Committee decided to arrange a one-round schedule of games in which each team will once play every other, making a total of ten contests in the series. At the conclusion of the schedule the two sevens which rank highest on a percentage basis of games won and lost will meet in a series of three games to decide the championship. Eight of the games will ...
Cornell Hockey Team [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Cornell Hockey Team Cornell will not enter the Intercollegiate Hockey League this year. The admittance fee to the league is $lOO, and as the team has no means of raising funds to defray its ordinary expenses it is out of the question to pay this amount. Another reason is that other college teams have a great advantage in having artificial ice on which to practice. It is expected that next year a rink will be built in Ithaca. This will put Cornell on even terms with other colleges and will warrant entering the league. Negotiations are in progress for games this season with Columbia, Pennsylvania, College of the City of New York, and Union. A class league also will be arranged, and a meeting for this purpose will be called shortly. —Cornell Sun.
Swimming [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Swimming A meeting of the Columbia University Swimming Association, for the election of officers for the coming year, will be held Wednesday, Dec. 12, at 3.30 P.M. Notice of the room where the meeting will be held will be posted on the bulletin boards. All who are interested in swimming or water polo should be sure to attend. J. W. SPENCER, Pres. Candidates for the Freshman Relay Swimming and Water Polo Teams have been practicing regularly on Tuesday and Fridays at 5 P.M. Some of the men have made a very good showing, but in order to turn out a strong water polo team it will be necessary to have enough candidates to form two full teams, in order that the men may learn the full system of play. No ability for past swimming is required. All that is necessary is considerable bathing experience and a consequent familiarity with the water. Get more men and turn out immediately.
Indoor Games [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Indoor Games In expectation of a large number of spectators at the indoor games next Saturday evening, the track team management has made arrangements to reserve a number of seats in the gallery for Columbia men. The seats will be on sale at SPECTATOR Office or may be procured from Manager Dana. The price of reserved seats will be 75 cents.
Freshman Basketball Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Freshman Basketball Schedule Up to the present time the manager of the Freshman Basketball Team has arranged the following games for December : Horace Mann School, at their gymnasium, on Dec. 14, at 5 P.M.; Dwight School, at Columbia gymnasium, on Dec. 15, at 3.30 P.M.; Montclair High School, at their gymnasium, on Dec. 19, at 8 P.M., and the Brooklyn Polytechnic, at their gymnasium, on Dec. 22, at 8 P.M.
Y. M. C. A. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Y. M. C. A. The regular religious meeting of the Y. M. C. A. Thursday was well attended. David Armstrong, 1901, president of the association, was the speaker. The meetings, which are held every Thursday afternoon at 2.30 in Room 305, Schermerhorn, are increasing in interest and are found very helpful for those who attend. At a business meeting held Thursday, the following committee was appointed to nominate officers for 1901 : J. W. Graves, 1902 L., chairman; H. W. Ross, 1901, and H. Hoadley, P. G.
Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Correspondence. To the Editor of SPECTATOR: Dear Sir Your columns of to-day will undoubtedly contain a statement of the embarrassing financial situation in which our athletes are at present involved. The problem before us is on its face a very difficult one, and its solution will depend on the energy and determination with which it is met. It will naturally fall to the members of the Executive Committee of the Athletic Association to take the initiative in evincing such energy and determination and in exhausting every possible means of remedy. That they will do so I can assert with some authority; for at the preliminary meetings of the committee thus far the spirit of resolve shown has seldom been equaled, and many active steps have already been taken. But the committee's efforts can of themselves avail little without the cooperation of the entire student-body. I wish therefore to impress upon your readers the importance which attaches to the support they give us in this matter, and...
Alumni Meeting Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Alumni Meeting Thursday A reunion of the alumni will be held next Thursday evening at Sherry's. The telephotographic lecture on "Camera Recollections of Paris and the Exposition," by Mr. Dwight Lathrop Elmendorf, will begin at 8.15 sharp. Later in the evening an informal supper will be served. President Low and other prominent alumni will speak. Dean Van Amringe, as chairman of the special Committee -on College Hall, will make his report. The football team will be guests of the alumni at the supper.
Work by Columbia Professors [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Work by Columbia Professors The literary activity of the members of the faculty continues. Professor Burgess of the Law School will soon publish the second volume of his "Constitutional History of the United States." Professor Moore is at work on a revision of "The International Law Digest," which is published by the United States Government. He is also at work upon a "History of American Diplomacy." "Cases from the Roman Law," which Professor Munroe Smith has been preparing, will be delayed for some time. He has contributed during the past year a half volume of selections from Cicero to Appletons' series of the "World's Great Books," with an introduction in which special stress is laid upon the politics of Cicero's time. Professor Goodnow has published a book entitled "Politics and Administration." Professor Howe, of the Department of Metallurgy, is editor of the Department of Mining and Metallurgy for the supplement of the "Encyclopaedia Britannica" to be issued by the London Time...
French Lecture [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
French Lecture Professor Colin continued his series of French lectures last Thursday with an address on "Les Congres de I'Exposition de ipoo. The l ecture dealt with the origin, growth and character of the congresses held at recent expositions. Professor Cohn began by saying that the greatest charm of the Paris Exposition was the poetic aspect and atmosphere, and that although now all signs of it have been removed it will always remain in the memory of man. The first time internal congresses were assembled in this connection was in the centennial exposition of the French Revolution. Later, in the Fair of 1899, and also in the World's Fair held in Chicago in 1893, the custom was kept up. The steady growth was surprising, and the Exposition of 1900 marked the triumph of congresses, in that more than 200 were in session at the same time. The greater part of these congresses were socialist, but there were some which were devoted to comparative history, literature and the natural science...
Collection of Architectural Photographs [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Collection of Architectural Photographs An interesting and valuable collection of over 3,200 photgraphs has recently been given to the Library by Seth Sprague Terry. The collection was "made by his uncle, the late Joseph W. Sprague of Louisville, in the course of his travels in many parts of the world. There are many fine landscapes of Mexico and the western United States, but most of the pictures are of architectural subjects. Many of them are of the famous buildings of Europe; but the most valuable part of the collection consists of views of Japanese architecture. Among these are some very rare pictures. A number of collectors were prepared to bid for portions of the collection at the auction last Thursday; but Mr. Terry was anxious to have it kept entire and decided to purchase it for some college. It is said to be through the influence of some alumni interested in the sale that they were given to Columbia The pictures will be catalogued as soon as practicable by the system used ...
Columbia Gets Appointments [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Columbia Gets Appointments Frederick C. Paulmier of Columbia University has been appointed assistant in zoology in the State Museum, which is under the care of the State Board of Regents. The salary is $1,200 a year. Herbert Percy Whitelock, of the Department of Mineralogy, has been appointed to a curatorship in the Department of Zoology at Albany. Both men will leave Columbia at the beginning of the new year.
1901 Smoker [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
1901 Smoker The place of meeting for the Senior smoker on Thursday, December 13, has been changed from the Lion Palace to the College Tavern. Satisfactory arrangements could not be made at the former place and the committee decides to try the Tavern again. Postals have been sent to every member of the Senior class and a large attendance is expected. Provision has been made for a greater number than last time, and every member of the class is urged to attend, and make the crowd a representative gathering. The charge, as heretofore, will be twentyfive cents per capita.
Freshman Debating Society [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Freshman Debating Society The question for debate at the regular meeting of the Freshman Debating Society last Thursday was: "Resolved, That the United States change the time of the naturalization law from five to ten years." Goldberger and Carpenter, speaking for the negative, received, the decision. Their opponents were Bryant and Hull. Toy read an essay on "Men Who Command," and Stauffen delivered an oration on "Patriotism." Ellis read a poem. E. M. Ford, the intercollegiate debater from the University of Wisconsin, had kindly consented to be present and act as critic. He gave the society some very helpful advice and information.
Football Report [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 December 1900
Football Report This report is neither official nor final. RECEIPTS FROM THE GAMES. Rutgers $ 45-oo Wesleyan 850.00 Williams 637.00 Harvard 657.00 Pennsylvania 1,730.00 Stevens 85.00 8,609.00 Buffalo 500.00 Annapolis 300.00 Princeton 13,692.00 Carlisle 10,565.00 Season tickets 345-Oo Football schedule 66.00 Miscellaneous field privileges, subscriptions, etc... 2,231.48 Receipts $40,312.48 Assets: Bennett Bros 1,200.00 Princeton game tickets.... 1,100.00 Total receipts $42,612.48 EXPENDITURES. Printing of tickets and all matter except advertising 128.58 Stamps, telegraph,telephone 64.43 Training table (provisions) 1,263.86 Gen'l expense of managing team in New York 1,813.45 Salary acc't (all services). 7,330.75 Traveling team expenses. . 2,277.26 Football goods 987.98 Expenses of games, percentages paid other colleges &amp; rent of Columbia Field 21,817.30 House account 338.71 Returned loans 1,075.00 Miscellaneous (expended on vouchers) 1,435.03 Expenditures $38,432.35 Outsta...