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TRACK MEET TO-MORROW Williams and Columbia to Measure Strength at the 22nd Regiment Armory — Close Contest Expected — Comparison of the Teams. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

TRACK MEET TO-MORROW Williams and Columbia to Measure Strength at the 22nd Regiment Armory — Close Contest Expected — Comparison of the Teams. The entries for the events to-mor-row evening have been received from Williamstown, and the strength of the list, coupled with the excellent showing made by the Williams relay team at the Boston A. A. games last Saturday, has led to the belief that the result will be much closer than has been thought. Columbia's chances of a vic- Tory are still bright, however, though the margin must necessarily be small. Only first and second places will be counted in scoring, five for first place and three for second. The Twenty-second Regiment armory is situated at Broadway and Sixty-eighth street, and the games are scheduled to start at 8 o'clock. The price of admission will be cents, reserved seats 75 cents, and box seats $l. Tickets may be procured in advance from C. A. Dana, manager, and will be also on sale at the armory. The entire Columbia team took...

Publication Title: Columbia Daily Spectator
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FRENCH LECTURES Monsieur Deschamps, the French Reviewer ana Archæeologist, to Give Four Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

FRENCH LECTURES Monsieur Deschamps, the French Reviewer ana Archæeologist, to Give Four Lectures. Monsieur Gaston Deschamps, during his visit to America tins year, will give a course of four lectures here, at Columbia, 011 the general topic, "Histoire de la Presse in France en 19 e Siecle." Hie lectures will be held under the auspices of the French Department, in Room 309 Havermeyer. The schedule is as follows: 1. Thursday, March 14, at 3.30, "La Restaura'tion (1814-1830)." 2. Saturday, March 16, at 11.30, "Le Gouvernement de Juillet at la Derniere Republic (1830-1852)." 3. Monday, March 18, at 3.30, "Le Second Empire at l Assemblie Nationale (1852-1875)." 4. Thursday, March 21, at 3.30, "La Presse sous la Constitution de i8 75-" , , Tickets for the lectures may be obtained by officers and students of the University from Prof. Cohn before March 4th. Students will be allowed only one ticket, to be used by themselves. This provision has been made to prevent the students from distribut...

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Intercollegiate Notes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

Intercollegiate Notes A meeting of the Harvard Yacht Club was held Sunday night to decide upon a course of action relative to a recent letter received from the Yale club. The Yale letter said that the club was building a number of twenty-five footers, and advised the Harvard club to do likewise. Under these conditions they were willing to race Harvard. Harvard, on the contrary, did not approve of the proposal, because, when all the boats are of uniform size, the race depends entirely upon the handling of the boats, consequently Harvard wishes to have races in which there shall be boats of different sizes. On these conditions Harvard has refused the challenge from Yale. Pennsylvania's Rowing Committee is discussing the feasibility of sending a Henley crew across the ocean. It is well understood that the sentiment of the college and the crew is in favor of the scheme, but the only drawback is the lack of funds. It is understood that at least $4,000 is needed to send the crew across th...

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Baseball News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

Baseball News The Freshmen are now hard at work in the cage, and, under the coaching of Fisbel, are gradually rounding into form. The number of candidates has been increased, and among the newcomers are some of the cracks from the preparatory schools of the vicinity. It is clearly evident to any one who pays a visit to the cage during practice hours that the material is far better than that of the Freshman teams of the last three or four years. If there is any one in the Freshman class who can play and has not come out, let him do so at once. It is the earnest desire of the management that everybody in the University who plays ball will come out Monday, when the Varsity will begin practice. It is hoped that we will have, not the usual twenty or twentyfive men trying, but fifty or sixty, for this number is essential in order to pick out a winning team and a fast scrub. Two teams will be kept throughout the spring, for a good scrub is needed in order to turn out a good Varsity. Every ...

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Deutcher Verein [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

Deutcher Verein The Deutscher Verein held a business and social meeting last Monday evening, the regular literary exercises having been omitted. The TheatreParty Committee reported a balance of $367.15, and a committee was appointed, with Prof. Carpenter as Chairman, to invest the fund immediately in the purchase of books for the Library. The German Ambassador at Washington, Dr. von Holleben, has accepted the invitation of the University and the Deutscher Verein, to visit the University and be present at a meeting of the Verin in the early part of April. The exact date has not yet been decided upon. Mr. Cherouny will address the Verein at the first meeting in March, and Prof, von Jagemann, of Harvard, at the second meeting of next month. On Saturdav evening, February 23, the Verein will tender a Kommers to the German Press Club and the Morrisnnia Literary Societv at Hollenrler's. Over one hundred gentlemen have signified their intention of being present.

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NEW CONSTITUTION Athletic Association Reorganized at Mass Meeting—Constitution Adopted. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

NEW CONSTITUTION Athletic Association Reorganized at Mass Meeting—Constitution Adopted. A reorganization of athletic interests at Columbia was effected Monday afternoon at the mass meeting held in 309 Havermeyer. The constitution as adopted is along lines suggested by members of the Faculty Athletic Committee and alumni interested in the athletic situation. L ne constitution, which explains itself, follows: ARTICLE I. This body shall be known as the Columbia University Athletic Association. ARTICLE 11. Sec. 1. All members of the University in residence, and all alumni of the University, are eligible for membership, and shall become members on personal application to the Secretary and payment of an annual membership fee of five (5) dollars. Sec. 2. Each member shall, upon payment of his annual due, be entitled to a ticket admitting him to the games of the association during the academic year, in accordance with the regulations printed upon the back of the ticket. Sec. 3. The privileg...

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Cycle Team Candidates [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

Cycle Team Candidates C. R. Rose, 1902, has been elected to the captaincy of the Cycle Team, to take the place of D. S. Hudson, 1901 S. The candidates for the team are requsted to report in the Gymnasium on Monday, the 25th, at 5 o'clock.

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Barnard News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

Barnard News No meeting of Barnard Literary Society was held last night, but the regular weekly meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 27. At this gathering an oration will be delivered by P. B. Laßoche, and an essay read by McKeon. G. G. Hopkins, Hincks and Keeler will be the extempore speakers. The question to be debated is, Resolved, That the power of removing city officials should be confined to the mayor and common council." The affirmative side will be taken by Tellman and Halstead, and the negative by Hunt and Lawrence.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

We are a new creation in respect to our athletics; that is, we have the constitution and all the outward clothing of an entirely new athletic body, and it is but natural that we, like other poor mortals who have lived and died in the fond hope that the simple formula of casting a ballot would redeem a nation, or, to come nearer home, a municipality, should be deceived. We do not wish to be deceived if we can help it, but we are in great danger. We have got to realize one thing in the conduct of our athletics that is governed, as it everything else, by the laws of failure and good fortune. We must understand, at the start, that though we should change our constitution every week and our athletic organization every day, it would avail us nothing if the men in the University did nothing to live up to the precepts of the one, and lend their aid to the conduct of the other. Give me an American with a club and you may have the Spaniard with the Mauser. One will do as much execution as the...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

UNIVERSITY BULLETIN THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21—MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 Thursday, February 21. 2.30 Regular Meeting Y. M. C. A. W. H. Hicks will speak. 3.30 Weekly French Lecture. "L'Age d'Or de la Litterature espagnole," by Mr. L. A Loizeaux. 305 Schermerhorn. 4.30 Weekly German Lecture. " Deutsches Studentenleben," by Ernst Richard, Ph.D. 309 Havemeyer. The meeting ot the 1901 Class Day Committee has been postponed to Friday, March Ist, at 3.30 ou account of the holiday tomorrow. Friday, February 22. Washington's Birthday, Holiday. Saturday, February 23. to 30 Bible Study Class. 407 West. 11 Lecture. "The 'Labyrinth' or 'Palace of Minos' at Knossos in Crete," by Louis Dyer, E<q.. M. A. Oxon. Metropolitan Museum of Art. 8 Lecture. "Trees and Shrubs for Shade and Ornament in Landscape Garden ing," by Mr. Samuel Parsons, Jr. Museum of Natural History. Monday, February 26. 4.45 Stated Meeting, Faculty of Barnaid College, Barnard College. Chapel Room 305, Schermerhorn, daily for fifte...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

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NEW YORK, Feb. 19, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

NEW YORK, Feb. 19, 1901. Mr. Daniel M. Armstead, Manager Columbia University Musical Society: DEAR SIR : We have very great regard for Columbia University, President Low, its students, and particularly so for the Musical Society performing in the Lyceum this week, and we would therefore cordially invite your society to make use of our Chamber Music Hall for a dance 011 Friday evening, after the performance, without charge, if it should be disposed to do so. Wishing your society every success and a good time as well, we remain, Very truly yours, SHELDON & BARRY.

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Freshmen Win at Hockey [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 21 February 1901

Freshmen Win at Hockey The Freshman Hockey Team found little difficulty in defeating the Berkeley School team by a score of four goals to one, at the St. Nicholas Rink last Saturday. The fast work of Akin Holmes and Benedict was the feature of the game.

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