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Freshmen Win at Hockey [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
Freshmen Win at Hockey The Freshman Hockey Team defeated the team of De La Salle School on Wednesday, by a score of 3-0. The work of Akin and Holmes was especially good. The line-up was as follows : Columbia (3). De La Salle (o). Positions. Von Bemuth ... goal Curry Benedict point Morris Eakin cover Thorp Holmes forward Thally MacKee forward ...... Mean Baxter forward Delany Akin forward .... Herrerea
French Plays [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
French Plays The Societe Frangaise will produce two plays at Brinkerhoff Theatre, Barnard College. There will be three performances: Saturday, April 13th, at 2.30 and 8.15, and 011 Monday, April 15th, at 8.15. Music will be provided by the Columbia Philharmonic Society. M. Lesneur, who will sail for Paris in May to join the Coquelin Company, has been secured as a coach. Under his supervision rehearsals are now being held. The first part of the evening will be devoted to Les Deux Timides, by Marc Michel and Eugene Tabiehe, after which will be produced "Le Veuve," by Mullhac and Halevy. The casts are as follows: LES DEUX TIMIDES. Thibaudier M. Schuyler, Ph. Fvemissin . . V. de Beaumont, 'Ol C. Garadoux J. N. Veit, sp. Cecile Miss Gruening, 'O3 Annette Miss Fountain, 'O4 LA VEUVE. Leoneius . . . V. de Beaumont, 'Ol C. Noranffcey C. M. Hamilton, Ph. Gaetan R. C. Hoguet, 'O2 S. Bagmiel P. J. McKeon, 'Ol C. Kesnoa P. S. Boisse, 03 C. Joseph H. A. Keeler, 'O3 C. La Comtesse Miss Spencer, '...
Intercollegiate Cross Country Association [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
Intercollegiate Cross Country Association The executive committee of the Intercollegiate Cross Country Association will hold a meeting at the Murray Hill Hotel to-morrow at 2 o'clock. Representatives from Yale, Princeton, Columbia, Cornell, and Pennsylvania will be present to discuss the plans and arrange events for the coming season. The annual election of officers will also take place. C. A. Dana, the treasurer of the Association, will represent Columbia at the meeting.
Freshman Crew Candidates [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
Freshman Crew Candidates The following is a complete list of the candidates for the Freshman crew, College : FI. L. Bogert, Jr., age, 17.9; weight, 156 lbs.; height, 6 ft.; strength test, 727; Cutler School. J. R. Fisher, age, 17.7; weight, A lbs.; height, 5 ft. in.; strength test, 761 ; Stevens School, Hoboken. Van R. H. Greene, age, 18.3; weight, I*7o lbs.; height, 5 ft. 11 in.; strength test, 626 ; Irving School. E. L. Henemann, age, 17.8; weight, 167 lbs.; height, 5 ft. 7V2 in.; strength test, 749; Irving School. O. R. Houston, age 18;' weight, lbs.; height, 5 ft. 7V2 in.; strength test, 470; Polytechnic, Brooklyn. De R. Howland, age, 18; weight, 124 lbs.; height, 5 ft. 534 in.; strength test, 466; New Rochelle High School. J. S. Maeder, age 18.8 ; weight, 144 lbs.; height, 5 ft. 9V2 in.; strength test, 812; Horace Mann. J. Myers, age, 19; weight, 112 lbs.; height, 5 ft. in.; strength test, 70Q ; Collegiate School. H. W. Newburger, age, 18.2; weight, 151 lbs.; height, 5 ft. BJ-4...
King's Crown [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
King's Crown King's Crown will hold a social meeting on Thursday, the 21st, at the Tavern. Arrangements for this meeting were made at a meeting of the Council Wednesday afternoon. The Library Committee is preparing a list of the books most needed by the Library, and an effort will be made to have as many of these as possible contributed by members of the Crown. The President, the Secretary and the Treasurer were appointed a committee to prepare the new handbooks for publication. The rule is that no one shall be included on the roll in this book unless he has paid his initiation fee. It is desired that the Crown room in the basement of Schermerhorn should be more generally used; and arrangements have been made to have keys to the room on sale at Morningside office, 011 Fridays from 4.30 to 5, and Saturdays from 10.30 to 11.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
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Trustees' Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
Trustees' Meeting The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees was held on Monday at 4.30. The chief business was the discussion of the budget for the coming year. Professor Pupin was promoted to full professorship, with the title of Professor of Electro-Engineering. Earl P&gt;. Lovell was reappointed adjunct professor of civil engineering; Franz Boaz was appointed Professor of Zoology, and Dr. Savage was reappointed Director of the Gymnasium. The following gifts were announced: From W. Fellowes Morgan, $lOO for equipment of the Mechanical Engineering Department; from Fairbanks &amp; Cos.. eight platform scales for the mechanical engineering laboratory; also a gift to the same department from. Rear-Admiral George W. Melville, and an anonymous gift of $250 for the zoological station at Naples.
Report of Benefit Concert [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
Report of Benefit Concert RECEIPTS. Tickets sold $263 50 Program 155 00 EXPENSES. Printing. . _ $37 50 Dance music 30 00 Use of gym 40 61 Commissions 3 00 Telephone 50 Press work 10 00 Total receipts 418 50 Total expenses 121 61 $296 89 Submitted, Enw. E. MILKE, JR., Chairman. JOHN MARCUS, J. BOYCE SMITH, JR., Ex-of., L. R. PARKER, CHARLES A. DANA.
Lacrosse News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
Lacrosse News The lacrosse teams are practicing regularly in the cage in the gym. The hours from 4 to 6 have been given them, and the Varsity are at work every day between these hours. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Captain Lindsay coaches the Freshmen candidates from 4.30 to 5.30. The Varsity schedule, which is now in the hands of the Faculty Committee on Athletics, is said to be very complete. Full particulars of this schedule will not be made public until it has received the sanction of the committee. A meeting of the Freshmen candidates was held on Friday. Capt. Lindsay said at that time that he thought there was material for a strong Freshman team. All Freshmen who are not out for some other sport were urged to come out for lacrosse. Numerals are awarded to those making the team.
Senior Dance [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
Senior Dance Friday evening, April 26th, is the date set for the 1901 class dance. It is to be held in the Gymnasium, and, as heretofore, will be under the auspices of the Applied Science division. The dance committee is: Brodie, Chairman; Meyers, ex-officio; Adenard, Lindsay, Lawrence, Mills and Wilson.
M. Deschamps' Lecture [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
M. Deschamps' Lecture M. Gaston Deschamps will deliver a lecture on "L'Ecole Franqaise d'Athenes," on Wednesday afternoon. March 13th, at 3.30, in Room 309 Havermeyer. This will be held under the auspices of the New York Society of the Archaeological Institute. M. Deschamps is especially qualified to lecture on this subject, for he is a pensionnaire of the Archaeological school situated at Athens. He is also a recognized authority on Epigraphy and Inscriptions. Tickets may be obtained from F. P. Keppel, Secretary.
Gym Exhibition at Amherst [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
Gym Exhibition at Amherst The gym. team will give an exhibition at Amherst to-morrow afternoon at 3 P.M. The team will leave Grand Central at 9 o'clock on Saturday morning, and will probably not return before Sunday afternoon or Monday morning. On Saturday evening the team will attend a concert given by the Amherst students, which promises to be an enjoyable event.
Chess News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
Chess News Plans are in progress to establish a graduate chess association, composed of graduates of the larger American universities. This association will have in charge the raising of funds for international chess matches between English and American universities. A handsome trophy has been offered for this year's contest. It consists of an oval shield, crowned by a coat of arms of Great Britain, and flanked by twin palm branches. Upon the shield is inscribed a globe representing Great Britain and America joined by the Atlantic cable. On each side stand the figures of Columbia and Brittania. The trophy is executed in sterling silver and is valued at $1,250.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Daily Spectator — 8 March 1901
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