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Research in Palestine. Fellowship and Student Regulations [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Research in Palestine. Fellowship and Student Regulations The American School for Oriental Study and Research in Palestine, to which a sum of money was contributed by the Trustees at their last meeting, was established in Palestine under the auspices of the Society of Biblical Literature and Exegesis. The constitution in regard to fellowships and students is as follows: "It is expedient that fellowships be established in connection with the school, said fellowships to be awarded on examination, and held for at least two years; in order that by preliminary study and by the inspection of the European museums, the work at the school by the holders may be more effective." The following regulations respecting students were provisionally adopted : (a) Persons wishing to become members of the school must make application to the Board of Managers. They will be expected to be Masters of Arts or Bachelors of Divinity of the cooperating colleges and seminaries or to have made attainments equiv...
Freshmen Debate [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Freshmen Debate In order that it might not interfere with the cane spree, the regular meeting of the Freshman Debating Society was held on Tuesday afternoon instead of Thursday, as usual. The essays and the oration were dispensed with, owing to the absence of the members who had received the assignments. Extemporaneous speeches were given by Vogel on "The Boer Invasion of Cape Colony," Brace on "The Kidnapping Case," and Stephenson on "The Cane Spree." The subject for debate was: "Resolved, that on the whole the government of Great Britain is more effectual than, and preferable to, that of the United States." The affirmative speakers were Stephenson and Loenning, and those on the negative were Houston and Bryant. The decision was awarded to the negative. Jonard acted as critic.
Varsity Show Chorus [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Varsity Show Chorus The trials for the Varsity Show Chorus were held at Carnegie Hall on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Parsons, the author and musical composer of the comic opera, "Princess Proud," tried the voices of various candidates and assigned books of the music with suitable parts. The refrain of the finale of Act 1., "On to the War so Glorious," and "Cindy," a negro ditty in the second act, were sung by the whole chorus; and, judging from the evidence of good material present, it is likely that the Varsity Show will be well supported. Later in the evening a short rehearsal of the principal parts of the play was given, and Mr. Jenkins seemed to be highly pleased with the general progress made by the men in such a short while. The next rehearsal of the Varsity Chorus will take place on Saturday evening at the Hall in the same room as before — number 826. The following are some of the men who were present at the chorus trials: Harrington, Biihler, Savage, Spenser, Spence, V. Ea...
Fencing Team [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Fencing Team The candidates for the fencing team have recently been cut down to the following six men: S. H. Lawrence, P.G.; E. S. Hewitt, 1901 S.; A. S. Queneau, 1901 S.; C. G. Gunther, 1903 S.; F. B. Clark, 1903 S.; and E. J. Kelly, 1902 L. A team of three men and one substitute will be picked from these to compete against Cornell and in the intercollegiate fencing tournament.
Gift From Geneva Society [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Gift From Geneva Society The Department of Pure Science has recently received a very fine new instrument from the Geneva Society. This instrument is known as a Cathetometer of Precision, and is used for measuring small differences of level between two near points. The department is making many refined experiments, by aid of the cathetometer, with helical springs.
Track Team Called Out [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Track Team Called Out All candidates for the 1901 Varsity and class track teams, and all other students of the University interested in track athletics, are requested to be present at a Mass Meeting in Havemeyer Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 4:30 p. m. Plans of the season's work will be presented and prominent alumni will be present and address the meeting. J. B. SMITH, JR., Captain.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Visitors wishing to see President Low upon University business will be received during the month of January by Professor Butler, acting on behalf of the President, in Room 213 Library, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 11 a. m. until 12 o'clock noon. Professor Butler may also be consulted in Room 420 Library, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 2 to 2: 30 p. m.
Scholastic Notes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Scholastic Notes COLUMBIA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. It was a source of great gratification to know that two of the members of the Columbia chess team graduated from Columbia Grammar. They are Keeler and Hankison. The boys have not let the new year progress very far without accomplishing something. On Tuesday the Hockey Team tied the Yale Freshmen in a very spirited game. The Dramatic Club is now making rapid strides in improvement. The entertainment takes place on the 18th of this month, and, from present indications, it promises to be a good one. The Columbia Nezus was issued on the Bth. It had a new cover, drawn by Stitson, 1907, and a picture of the football team, besides its usual amount of stories and school news.
Drisler School. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Drisler School. On December 28 th the Drisler Hockey Team played a tie game with Lawrenceville, the final score being 2 —2. The game was not very fast, and the lack of team-work was shown by both teams. On Friday, January 4th, Drisler played Pomfret school. Drisler was weakened by the absence of three regular men. Pomfret won by the score 6—l. Hecker, of Drisler, was easily the star of the game.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
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Relay Candidates at Work [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Relay Candidates at Work Training has already begun for the Intercollegiate Relay Race to be run at the Knickerbocker Athletic Club Games held at the Madison Square Garden on the evening of February 4, and "Ernie" Hjertberg thinks that the prospects for a strong team are good. The candidates use the Gym track every afternoon coached by Hjertberg, who, at present, is more particular about the form shown by the runners than the speed which will ultimately be developed. According to "Ernie's" estimation the following are the most promising candidates for the Intercollegiate Relay Team: Bishop, Barker, Marshall, Van Cise and W. Earle.
Freshman Basketball [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Freshman Basketball A meeting of the Freshman BasketBali candidates for the purpose of electing a permanent captain and manager of the team will be held in the Gymnasium on Monday afternoon at 5. There will be a game of basket-ball between the Columbia Freshmen and the Montclair High School at Montclair, N. J., to-night at 8 o'clock, ancl the hearty support of the class and those interested in the game is earnestly requested.
Varsity Show Rehearsal [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Varsity Show Rehearsal There will be a chorus rehearsal of the Varsity show to-morrow night in Room 826 Carnegie Hall. This rehearsal is for the chorus only. There will be a rehearsal of cast and chorus next Tuesday night in the same place. The show is now running along smoothly but suffers a little from lack of men in the chorus. There are not quite enough men out now. Any man in the University who would like to make the show can have his voice tried at either of these two rehearsals. The spirit of the men now out is not up to the standard and Jenkins is thinking seriously of dropping some. He says that he can do little with men who do not go to the rehearsals regularly.
Freshman Hockey [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
Freshman Hockey The weekly practice of the Freshman Hockey Team took place on Wednesday at 12:30 in the St. Nicholas Rink. The following men were present: Baxter, forward; Holmes, forward; von Bermuth, goal; Akin, forward; Eakin, cover; Hudson, forward; Hanneman, point; Work, point. Albert Akin, temporary captain, wants these men together with Bogert, Mclvee, and Benedict to appear for practice next Wednesday. After the practice, an election for the captaincy of the team took place. It ended in a tie between Akin and Baxter.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 11 January 1901
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