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INDOOR MEET Host Successful Indoor Meet in the History of Athletics at Columbia—No Record Performances. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
INDOOR MEET Host Successful Indoor Meet in the History of Athletics at Columbia—No Record Performances. The indoor meet held last Saturday evening was perhaps the most successful event of its kind ever held by the Track Association. The meet was held at the Eighth Regiment Armory, Park avenue and 94th street. No records were broken, but the track is not a fast one, and no spikes were allowed. Hjertberg was unsuccessful in his attempt to lower the one-mile indoor record of 4 minutes 28 2-5 seconds, held by himself. He was unable tQ make the distance in less than 4 minutes 41 1-5 seconds. The military relay race proved to be somewhat of a disappointment. At the last minute the Thirteenth Regiment team withdrew, leaving the Twenty-second and the Twenty-third regiments to fight it out. The race was won by the Twenty-second Regiment. Long, of the Twenty-third, was unable to regain the ground lost by the other men on his team. The one-mile handicap, open to Columbia men only, proved to be...
Pan-American Games [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Pan-American Games The management of the Pan-Amer-ican Exposition, which is to be held at Buffalo next summer, has arranged an elaborate program of athletic events. Every effort is being made to secure the best athletes in the world for the meet, and it is intended that the games shall surpass those held last summer at Paris. Two days have been set aside on which the Amateur Athletic Union championship will be contested. In addition to the usual track events in which college athletes take part, a special program of Caledonian games is being arranged for representatives of Scottish universities and athletic clubs. A Marathon race will also be run. Intercollegiate football and baseball contests will have prominent places on the program. An interstate tennis tournament will be held in which State champions may participate. Among the other events wil be lacrosse, cycling, Gaelic and association football, water sports, basketball, roque, shooting, gymnastics, military manoeuvres, turn ve...
Amherst Football Captain [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Amherst Football Captain At a meeting of the Amherst football team Anson Ely Morse, 1902, was elected captain for the ensuing year. Morse prepared for college at the Amherst High and Princeton Preparatory schools. He had no football experience until he came to college, but has now been with the squad for two years, and one with the Varsity, on which he played a hard game at tackle. He is twenty-one years of age, six feet two inches in height and weighs 175 pounds. R. T. Whitelaw has been elected manager.
Swimming [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Swimming Candidates for the Varsity waterpolo and swimming teams report at the tank at sp. M V Thursday, Dec. 20. With the exception of those who wish to stay for the relay team, it is not necessary that the men should be exceedingly fast swimmers. What is wanted for the polo team is strong men who are able to handle themselves well in the water and who are used to underwater world. J. W. SPENCER, Captain.
Yale Basketball Team [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Yale Basketball Team The last practice for the Yale basketball team before the Christmas trip was held the end of last week at the Gymnasium. The following men will be taken on the trip: G. M. Clark, 1901; R. B. Hyatt, 1903; H. B. Colton, 1901; C. E. Rogers, Jr., 1901; C. D. Lockwood, L. S. M. M. A. Finch 1902 S.; L. B. Hall, 1902; H. S. Hetrick, 1901. The team will leave the Grand Central station, New York, at P. M. Wednesday, December 26, for Catskill, N. Y„ where the first game will be played the same evening.
1904 Crew Manager Elected [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
1904 Crew Manager Elected A joint meeting of the College and Science Freshman classes was held in Room 309, Havemeyer, on Thursday afternoon. L. L. Savage was unanimously elected manager of the 1904 crew and J. Arkell, assistant manager. President Tyler of the Science then took the chair and introduced F. B. Irvine, 1902, captain of the Varsity crew. Irvine explained the depreciated condition of this year's rowing finances and urged every Freshman to subscribe liberally. He stated that the crew could not go into quarters on the 7th of January unless the manager had raised at least $6OO to pay for a new shell, which will be used in the Freshman race at Poughkeepsie.
Yale Dramatic Association [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Yale Dramatic Association The Yak Dramatic Association will take an Easter trip to New York, Philadelphia and Washington. The play presented will be Heywood's " Fair Maid of the West," a romance of the Elizabethan period. It will be produced in New Haven about March i. This is the first instance of a regular tour of leading cities being made by an American university dramatic club.
Chess Club Again Defeated [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Chess Club Again Defeated The Chess Club was defeated by the Brooklyn Chess Club, on Friday evening, by a score of SJ/4 to 2J/2. A great improvement was noticed in the playing of the men, over that of last Tuesday, when they lost to the Dutch Arms Club, but considering the age and greater experience of their opponents, defeat was inevitable. The gentlemen of the Brooklyn Chess Club showed great interest in the playing of the Columbia men, and predicted success for them in the coming intercollegiate contest. The games at the eight boards were as follows: No. 1. —W. C. Bixby (B.) vs. Fallc (C.). Guioco opening. Falk blundered in middle game, losing opportunity to take a pawn, and was forced to resign. No. 2.— J. C. Elwell (B.) vs. Sewall (C.). Scotch game. In winning a pawn Sewall made an unsound combination and lost the game. No. 3.— J. R. Taber (B.) vs. Keeler (C.). French defense. Keeler sacrificed a knight for perpetuated check, and after taking his opponent's queen, won in 40 mov...
Barnard Wins Debate [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Barnard Wins Debate The annual debate 'between Barnard and Philolexian was held last night in the large lecture room in Havemeyer HalL About 200 people were present to hear the discussion. Dean Van Atttringe presided, and Prof. R. S. Woodward, Prof. G. E. Woodberry and Prof. H. L. Osgood acted as judges. The subject was, "Resolved , That the second part of the second section of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constituton should be repealed." The section referred to provides for cutting down the Congressional representation of those States that restrict manhood suffrage. The Philolexian speakers—J. T. Willims, 1901, G. H. Butler, 1903, and M. H. Cardozo, 1901 —took the affirmative. They urged the repeal of the clause because it imposes a penalty on the States for exercising their lawful rights, because it is against the spirit of the Constitution as a whole; because there is no precedent for its enforcement; because it is unjust in basing representation 011 voters, and because it is ...
International Chess [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
International Chess A challenge has been forwarded to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge by E. W. Libaire, honorary manager of the Chess Club of Yale, Harvard, Princeton, and Columbia for the third annual team chess match by cable for the Isaac R. Rice trophy. The four American universities have sent to Mr. E. Caswell, manager of the intercollegiate tournament, the following lists of members from which will be selected the teams of four which will represent them in the tournament. Yale—E. B. Adams, 1901; A. Austell, 1902; D. E. Breinig, 1901 S.; H. E. Colton, 1902; C. A. Roberts, 1902 ; H. C. Russ, 1902; J. F. Sawin, 1904. Harvard —E. R. Perry, C. T. Rice, A. N. Fotch, and W. G. Clerk. This selection has been definitely made. Princeton—A. G. Weston, J. C. Henry, Jr.; J. H. Dodd, R. Ely, JPilgrim, J. B. Hunt, C. G. Richardson, Jr.; R. B. Reed, J. H. Hankinson, L. M. Schoonmaker. Columbia—K. G. Falk, F. H. Sewall, H. A. Keeler, R. C. P. Scbroeder, B. R. Von Sholly, R. C. Harriso...
Inter-Collegiate Chess [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Inter-Collegiate Chess The annual intercollegiate chess tournament takes place during Dec. 27, 28 and 29, at the Columbia Grammar School. The colleges represented will be Yale, Harvard, Princeton and Columbia. Harvard plays Perry, Rice, Fotch and Clerk; Princeton plays Hunt, Henlv, Weston and Ely; "Columbia plays Falk, Sewall, Schroed'er and Tveeler. Substitutes, Von Sholly and Ridder. Edward Hyrnes, Esq., the old Columbia expert, has consented to coach the Columbia team the latter days ol this week, at the Manhattan Chess Club,
Lacrosse Letter [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Lacrosse Letter In writing an article on lacrosse, it may be in order to give a shott review of ts career since its recent permanent establishment at Columbia. Three years ago a few enthusiastic players who had learned the game at some other university, signified their intenton of starting a team to represent Columbia. A call was issued for candidates, but 18 men responded. From the fall of '9B up to the present time our lacrosse team has had an up-hill fight to establish itself. No interest was shown by the undergraduates, except the few men who were playing on the team. The season of '99 opened with better prospects, although little or nothing was done in the fall of that year. With but 30 men to support and also supply the team with players, Columbia lacrosse team succeeded in defeating Harvard and also in winning 50 per cent, of the games. Last year our team proved that lacrosse was with us to stay, and that it had a right to rank with the best teams representing our University....
Track Team [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Track Team To the Editor of SPECTATOR: DEAR SIR : It seems to me a fitting time for a few words concerning the work on the track for the coming season, and I thank you for this opportunity. The indoor meet at the Eighth Regiment Armory last Saturday night brought to a close the autumn season, and its results are valuable as an evidence of whatever we may expect when the more serious spring season opens. Taking into consideration the fact that several of the most promising candidates, including all the football men, were unable to participate in the events last Saturday, we may fairly say that the material for a strong team has been already unearthed. We have a bunch of good sprinters, though we lack a first class man in this event, several excellent middle distance men in Bishop, Adams, Atkins and Marshall, and at east two long distance men, Marshall and Duden, who are considerably above the average. Steve Barker is clearing the sticks with his old-time speed and dash, and the weigh...
Executive Committee Meets [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Executive Committee Meets The regular meeting of the Executive Committee of the Athletic Association was held last Monday evening. The following members of the committee were present: Crew, Hewy; Baseball, Milke; Marcus, Pell; Track, Smith, Dana, Colie; Football, Morley, Shoemaker; Lacrosse, Parker; Cycle, Waters. There was no formal report from the Musical Benefit Committee. A letter from the basketball team was read requesting recognition from the Athletic Association, and the right to wear Varsity stripes and a monogram No action was taken. Varsity C's were awarded for football to the following men: Bruce, Nieser, Beardsley, Austin, Wolff,. Sykes, Morley, Berrien, Weekes and Slocovitch. The following men were awarded Varsity stripes for football: Holman, A. Boyesen, B. Boyesen, Tyson, McCollom, Ashley, Townsend, Goodman. Varsity stripes for cross-country running were awarded to Adams, Bartholomew, Richmond and Oppenheimer. There was some discussion on the new voting system, alrea...
Professor Alexander M. Bell on Visible Speech [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Professor Alexander M. Bell on Visible Speech Professor Alexander Melville Bell delivered an address last Monday afternoon in 309 Havemeyer on the subject of visible speech. Professor Bell was to have been introduced by his son, Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the Bell telephone, but the latter was compelled at the last moment to be absent. Professor Bell has had a great deal of experience and considerable success in teaching: his system deaf mutes. His address was listened to by a large audience with a close attention. The address was of particular value to students of education.
Gymnastic Team Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Gymnastic Team Schedule Manager Bensel and Assistant Manager Lawson are making the final arrangements for a gymnastic meet between Columbia and Amherst to take place during the last of February or the beginning of March. The meet wil be held at Amherst and in the evening the team will be entertained by the Amherst Glee Club. A team will be picked shortly after the Christmas holidays by Captain Easten and Instructor Bogus from the following candidates: Swarb, Earle, Smallwood, E. Ward, C. Ward, West, Shaw, Schuster, Van Beerein, Blakely, Savage, Benjamin, Osborne, Selbiger. The manager and assistant manager will accompany the team on the trip. On March 2ist or 23d, the intercollegiate gym match will take place at Philadelphia. The hall has not been decided upon. All the prominent colleges of the country are entered; among them are Yale, Harvard, Amherst, Columbia and Rutgers. A meet will be held with Yale on March 1. An exhibition will be given on February 16 at Haverford. The manage...
Class of '99 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Class of '99 (The following paper has been written by a member of the class.) On the evening of Dec. 28th the Class of '99 will meet at Shanley's to hold its second annual dinner. This class had the good fortune of beginning its upper-classman existence with Columbia's first year 011 the new sight, and was enabled by this circumstance to initiate many customs which now seem assured of permanency. The revival of senior singing, the publication of a comprehensive class-book, and the evening festival on the Green during class-day week are a few of '99's claims upon the gratitude of later classes which have already begun and will surely continue to improve upon the example set by the imitators of these various features in Columbia's life. Spectator in especial has cause to thank '99, as its change into a real newspaper was due to the energy of its '99 editor and the interest and cooperation of several of his classmates. '99 looks with unmixed satisfaction upon Spectator's improvement ov...
Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 20 December 1900
Correspondence While we are glad to publish any correspondence that may be sent us, we are not responsible for the sentiments expressed. Those zvho ivish their correspondence published anonymously, must attach their oivn signature. Unsigned letters will receive no attention. EDITOR OF COLUMBIA SPECTATOR: DEAR SIR:— If you think the students of to-day have any interest in the students of the past, here is an item for you. It is all true. Ask Charley Mapes, or any old-timer. Yours truly, JAMES WILBUR. Netv York. J he 'B9 Varsity crew had a reunion dinner on Wednesday evening, December sth, at the Arena. Those familiar with Columbia rowing history will recollect that this was the first crew to row in the revived series of races with Cornell and University of Pennsylvania. The agreement under which Columbia had been rowing Harvard ran out in 'B7, the year after the famous 'B6 crew of Columbia administered to Harvard such an overwhelming defeat. Harvard, finding that Columbia was 110 lon...