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Intercollegiate Golf Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
Intercollegiate Golf Meeting At the annual meeting of the Intercollegiate Golf Association, held at New York on December 22, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, C. R. Henderson, Harvard; vice-president, C. D. Barnes, Yale; secretary and treasurer, S. P. Nash of Columbia. It was decided to hold a 1901 championship tournament, begfinninpT\ /r on May 7. A committee was appointed to procure another clip in case either Yale or Harvard win, as a victory on the part of either would mean the permanent possession of the cup. Yale Nezvs.
PROF. JACKSON'S TRIP Leaves for a Four Months Trip to India —Outline of His Plans. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
PROF. JACKSON'S TRIP Leaves for a Four Months Trip to India —Outline of His Plans. Professor Jackson has recently receded the formal approval of the board of trustee? of his proposed trip to India. He has arranged to return before Commencement so as to give his regular courses in the summer school. This will make his trip very hurried and he will have to tiavel steadily, omitting many things he would like to see. The object of his trip is to study the different phases in Indian life and he has made his plans with a view of the information rather than the pleasure to be gained. He will sail on the Campania, Saturday, the 26th, and will go direct to London. He will spend possibly two davs there and will then travel across France to Marseilles. From Marseilles he takes a steamer of the P. &amp; O. line, which goes direfct to Bombay by the Suez canal route. The length of the trip is uncertain, but he expects to arrive in Bombay about February 23d. He will devote ten days or poss...
Preliminary Debating Trials [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
Preliminary Debating Trials Six men were chosen 1 hursday evening last to compete in the final tr'a 1 s lor the Cornell debate team. A very encouraging fact is that three of these men, B. M. L. Ernst, 1902 L., E. A. Cordozo, 1902 L., and C. A. Baker, 1902 L., have been on intercollegiate debates before. Ernst has three times debated against Chicago, Cordozo was on the Chicago team last year, and Baker 01the Cornell team. Baker has also twice been alternate on the University team. The other three m chosen were F. S. McGrath, 1931 L A. G. Hays, 1902, and J. G. Hopkins, [902. The trials showed a great decrease in interest in debating. Only fifteen men spoke, and still fewer were there to hear the contest. The five judges formed a very considerable part of the assembly. They were Prof. F. M. Burdick, Prof. J. W. Burgess, Prof. G. W. Ivirchwey, Prof. W. M. Sloane and J. M. Proskauer, 96, '99 L. M. H. Cardozo, 1901, presided. The candidates spoke in the following order: B. M. G. Ernst, 19...
Track Mass Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
Track Mass Meeting A mass meeting will be held to-mor-row afternoon in the interest of track athletics. All the candidates for the 1901 Varsity and class teams and all other students of the University interested in track athletics should be present. The meeting will take place in Room 309 Havemeyer. Plans of the season's work will be outlined and the candidates will be given a general idea of the prospects. R. H. Sayre and Victor Mapes, both old intercollegiate champions, have been asked to address the meeting. It is probable also that G. T. Kirbyand S. Bijurwill be present and speak. Mr. Bijur was captain of the '97 track team. Trainer Hjertberg will speak to the new men on his methods of training. It is important, therefore, that every one who intends to come out for the team should be present.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
We wish to call attention to the lack of interest in debating, shown by the small number of candidates and still scantier audience that were present at the recent trials. Conspicuous notices had been posted so that every one must have known when and where the trials were to be; and the two defeats our teams have met recently should have been sufficient incentive to students to lend their most earnest support to debating. We have had a short history in debating, but it has been one of which we may well be proud. The prospect for the future is, however, very dismal indeed if student interest and student support continues to decrease. As far as the Cornell debate this spring is concerned, we may take comfort in the fact that there are three debaters of experience who will in all probability represent us. But even the strongest men need keen competition to wage them to their best efforts. Moreover, looking farther into the future, we realize that we will not always have these men to rep...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
UNIVERSITY BULLETIN TUESDAY, JANUARY 15—HONDAY, JANUARY 21. Tuesday, Jamiary 15. 3.30 Lecture, "Zoroaster the Prophet of Ancient Iran," by Professor A. V. Williams Jackson, 305 Schermerhorn. 4.30 University Chorus, 509 Schermerhorn. 8 Lecture, "A Summer in Brittany—The Winning and Wearing of the Crown. The Story of Nominoe and His Successors," by Charles Sprague Smith, Cooper Union. Wednesday, January 16. 3.30 Bible Study Class, 309 West. 4.30 Regular Rehearsal, Philharmonic Orchestra, 509 Schermerhorn. 8 Regular Meeting, Philolexian Society, 401 Library. 8 Regular Meeting, Barnard Literary Association, 422 Library. Thursday, January 17, 2.30 Regular Meeting, Y. M. C. A., Mr. Francis W. Halsey, Editor of New York Times Saturday Review, will speak on "New York Journalism. How It had Its Rise and What It Stands For," 305 Schermerhorn. 3.30 Weekly Prench Lecture, "Alfred de Musset," by Professor Cohn, 305 Schermerhorn. Friday, January 18. 2.30 Stated Meeting, Faculty of Pure Science, T...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
Correspondence While we are glad, to publish any correspondence that may be sent us, we are not responsible for the sentiments expressed. Those ivho wish their correspondence published anonymously, must attach their own signature. Unsigned letters will receive no attention. To the Editor of SPECTATOR; DEAR SIR : I fancy that, if in your editorial, you had refrained from using that saving clause to palliate the officers of the football management, Mr. Grace would have had no case against you. The fact that the management was "powerless to refuse to sanction" the complained of lavish expenditures seems to me exactly the burden of the charge against it. The point is not centered in whether or not foolish contracts were made, nor again in whether the tide of feelingwas against economy on the part of the management. The first and main point is that the management knew, or should have known, that it was compelled to meet large obligations; and that, in utter disregard of the circumstances...
German Lectures [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
German Lectures The Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures has announced a course of ten lectures in the German language for successive Thursdays in January, February, and March, at half-past four o'clock, in 309 Havemeyer, as follows: Jan. 24, Rev. Gustav Gottheil. Ph.D., Rabbi of Temple Enlanu-El, "Die Poesie in der Prosa des Lebens." Jan. 31, Plans M. von Kadich, Ph.D., "Die Zoologische Frage Nordamerikas." Feb. 7, Mr. Udo Brachvogel, Joseph Victor von Scheffel's "Fran Aventiure." Feb. 14, Mr. Charles A. Bratter, foreign editor of the Staats-Zeitung, "Der Redacteur, der Stiefbruder des Schriftstellers." Feb. 21, Ernst Richard, Ph. D., "Deutsches Studentenleben." Feb. 28, Mr. Heinrich Conried, director of the Irving Place Theater, "Das Moderne Deutsche Drama." March 7, Max F. Blau, Ph.D. Adelphi College, "Heinrich von Kleist." March T4, Rev. August Ulmann. S.T.D., Rector of Trinity School. "Lessing und Sein Zeit." March 21, Louis Viereck, J.U.D.. late member of the Germa...
Prof. Jackson on Zoroaster [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
Prof. Jackson on Zoroaster Professor Jackson will lecture on "Zoroaster," the Prophet of Ancient Iran/' in Room 305 Schermerhorn, at 3.30 this afternoon. It is the last lecture in the first half of his series of lectures on ancient Persia and India. As it will be impossible for him to give the second part of the course in which he had planned to lecture on ancient India, this will probably be the last opportunity the students will have of hearing him before he sails. His book under the same title is considered an authority on the life of Zoroaster, and students should be interested to hear what he has to say about this remarkable character. Since he has given up his courses on English Literature the only chance most of us have to hear Prof. Jackson is in these public lectures.
Intercollegiate Notes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 15 January 1901
Intercollegiate Notes OLYMPIAN GAMES. The University of Chicago, backed by the city, will entertain the athletes of the world at the Olympian games of 1904. It has for some time been decided to hold them in America, and as Chicago has offered the greatest inducements she will probably secure the games. Assurances that this will be so have been received recently from Paris, where those in charge of the matter reside. Professor Maxime Ingres of the Ro- nance department and Mr. H. G. Furbes, 'B6, have been informed reliably that the International Olympian Games Cojnmittee, at a meeting to be held soon in Prague, Austria, will accept the invitation of the University and City of Chicago to hold :he contests there in 1904. A large stadium will be erected, so that the §-ames may be carried out on a magnificent scale. The games of 1904 are 10 be a great affair. Every kind of athletic sport will be engaged in, and the contests will last for two weeks. The men say they will make t not only th...
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